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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 9, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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No. 30 Thursday; Jan. 9, 1969 COPY '
by the heat,

former Police Chief Bill

Rosser!'= and his wife, Tony R-16

Chamber escaped their flaming

Powell Street home thro-

,t y ( l tr ugh a window early :Mon-

s day morning, Jan. 6, so he

Adopts told the Starke Fire Department R&R Fund

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The Rosser's home was termeda
$2,500 total loss by the Fire (Depart Is OkayedFor 1

ment when only parts of two

bedrooms were left .standing

BudgetA t badly damaged by smoke -and
water. Thebed: In which the JobAfter

Rossers were sleeping: burned
up the fire department said. ?-m

Rosser opened) an ''awning 7 the city's consu1t'r
1969 operating''budget L
window In their bedroom and ing1 engineers finished explaining -
totaling $25,200, up $1,200 :his wife was able tt> get throughIt Women Sell Fair Ads and checking various I

:from $24,000 last year, was Ross r was too large, but
city funds city council
approved by the Bradford bad tools In the :room with Women of the St.& Marks Episcopal Church who have this discovered that it has
County Chamber of Commerce which he knocked out the win-
taken the of
year Job selling advertising for the Bradford than enough
more money
Board of Governors dow and escaped.The .
County Fair Premium Book are shown above at
a kick-off for the SR-1G project.City .
fire occurred at 3 a.m.
last Jan. 2
Thursday, Monday morning Fireman El- coffee Tuesday morning.The .

Dues are expected to total don Sapp) said when the truck )ladies sold over :$1,000 of ads the first day. Their goal had been searching for
$8,182 in 1969, up from $7,400 money to move electric, gas,
turned off SR-230 onto Parker Is several times that much however.
last The City of Starke water and sewer lines on SR-
will contribute year. $4,500 and Bradford Street In east Starke the whole Going to work on local businessmen! to find support for 16 (Brownlee Street) between

County $6,000 both the area was lit "lJ"by the blaze. the 1969 county lair were (1 Mrs. Julian McRae. Mrs US-301 east to the city limits.!

same as 1963. I II No determination of the cause George: WInkler.rs.) Millard Brown Mrs. Pete Novak, Mrs. The State Road Department!!
had been made. Rosser reportedhe
Largest single expenditure In. I. had oil circulating heater Clyde Terwillegar, chalrmaa: ; Airs, Fred Glenn, and, Mrs. plans to widen and resurface .
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the budget is salaries. They total William Carter that part of 16.
burning but said It was In good
$14,578 for 1969, up from Mrs. June Chapman (center) retiring office tations from Martin R. Roberts, state chairmanof condition and there was no way Any businessman who has not been solicited for a fair
Council, with the help of the
$13,775 In 1968. The Chamber ASCS. for tbelr contribution In making the to determine If dt caused the ad Is requested lo phone the Chamber of Commerce office -
has three employees. :manager of the County ASCS office and Mrs. engineers, found the money at
local office the outstanding" unit in its class in i fire. 964-5278. Its
Tuesday night meeting in Its
submitted by
The budget was
Treasurer Gus Kopelousos and j Mary Ella Watterson. office clerk receive ci the Southeast. The fire at the Rosser home renewal and replacement (R&R)

approved after a discussion was the first of three Monday. fund. Some $170,000 is In the

which Included comments by .A call from the Starke Motor R&R fund. Law requires! that a

Charles Sawyer John Torode, I Court on Nora Temple Avenue School BoardHomeless minimum of $75,000 be kept In

Orle Wiggins, Bud Mlzell, and Local I ASCS Office was answered. A newly !wired the R&R fund and anything
George Huggina. | switch box had developed an apparent above that can go Into( the general -

The directors also approved a \short, the Fire Department :: fund, Don Ruckman of 1

1969 program of work, based on reported Only the switch Reynolds Smith and Hall, consulting

responses to a questlonalre sent box wes damaged.At engineers, explained.

recently to all members. The 6:55: p.m Monday the De- Most of the for the
Best In call to money
program includes activities In 8 StatesA partment answered next a to RUSS'an $45,000 project had been foundat

six categories: agriculture, Industrial unoccupied{ house council's Dec. 18 meeting.
Place at 206 East Madison
development, education -
governmental affairs, re street. No, cause for the blazeIn Bradford County School Board students are dropping, out At that time they learned that

tail merchants division, and testimonial dinner for Mrs ASCS. and also the fact that Ida announced the selection of the home owned by Mrs. has embarked upon, a. .new approach This means that there are monies about $30.000 left from Is available 1964 "old"bond from

chamber services June Chapman, retiring manager under her guidance the local the local office and said it was, Effie Masters had been determined In vocationaltechnical not only more students but also a
Issue for the treatment
Mrs. Muriel S. Norman, president of the Bradford County office office has been selected as the the first time this honor had t training. The "cluster approach more students who, accordingto sewage

of the Starke Garden Club I Agricultural Stabilizationand best In Its class (Grade 7-8) In been won by a Florida county Firemen doused\ the blaze but ," approved Tuesday state tests, are not qualifiedto plant.

was presented with a special j Conservation Service, was the eight Southeastern states.It The ASCS office administers I the house( was badly damaged. morning, is designed to reach go to college. Strewing. that Those funds had been ticketed

Bradford Improvement Program 'held at noon Tuesday at the had previously been selectedas the following programs: Agricultural I At 6:55: pm.. Tuesday the students in grade' six through this year's senior class Is nor- for a sewer pump station In

award by BIP Committee 'Holiday Inn. the best in its class In Florida Conservation Tobacco( ( Department answered a call on: 10. mal in this respect, Casey said the Reno section. The pump

Chairman Bud Mizell. The Mrs Chapman was doubly competing with 49( other Marketing Quota, Feed Grain & the Old Lawtey Road at the Prefacing his explanation: of that of the 240 seniors at Bradford station was scheduled to be

award cited Mrs Norman's 'honored at this time. receiving: counties. Other Diversion programs aa home of Hcmrlck Morris. A the "cluster approach\ ," Superintendent High School and RJE built even though no lines could

"hard work and loyalty while i citations marking the close of Harry Fuqua ASCS district well as Price Supoort\ and Com faulty flue caused a fire In the Tom Casey told the .some 140 "fall Into the bottom be connected to it because no

working with the BIP Commit her 22 years of service with! field man for Northeast Flor- modity Loan programs. attic, but It ,was put out quickly. board that the number of students fourth of ability at the state other funds would be availableto

tee." according to the Board Also receiving a citation for Morris,, was In process of ,rebuilding -. in the upper grades In level." build them. Council! told the
minutes. her part In bringing this honorto the house when the i the county has risen over the The cluster approach Is designed engineers last night to table r!

Two changes In the Chamber the office was Mrs. MaryElla fire occurred. past few years because fewer to give "prevocatlonal"courses the Reno project.

by-laws were approved by the County Hits Legal Watterson, office clerk. _n__ .._ ___ ____...____------ ------" to students in gradessix

Governors: the first names the Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Tf.'r" ,:. f: \, through 10; thereby Increas- Gordon Prldy of Reynolds
president-elect chairman of the Watterson each received a cash! ing their motivation In school! Smith and Hill told Council
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Ways and Means Committee and awara c! $100.A $ : and helping them to decide that his firm la "real pleased

makes Mm a member of the similar! cash award and ; which specific courses they with" the use of the 1966 Construction
Budget and Finance Committee; Snag On DrainageThere citation was presented to each ,I r'l'' want to take when they reach Trust Fund. "We've

the second is to have Chamber member of the county committee the job training level' In voca- gotten quite a bit more done

checks countersigned by the : ]J., U, Morgan, Jr., chaIr- .d.d'mo'w tional-technical traln'ng.! that was In the original plan,"
president-elect, Instead of the man: Clyde Cone, and Lloyd As an example, Casey told of he said.

president In case of the 'are no recorded easements pre-empted the county's powerIn DYal. one student In the Middle! After paying the $26,943 due
School who wasn't well
absence of the executive vice- giving the county the the drainage area by elating Mrs Chapman 'has been manager doing on work under the plan, some
allowed him to audit!
president. :right to dredge Creek how the work, Is to .be so they
Alligator
car of the local office for 4% the radio-TV and "now $32,000 remains to pay for ((1)J)
A move to change the Cham- across the property> between
years, commuting $ %tr
he the of
r value
sees learning
ber meeting day was stoppedwhen Edwards east of Rowell Lake Yawn also Informed the Board Starke and her !home :In Lake math and his work has Im distribution! system, $5,000;
the Governors aprroved
a motion by George Pierce to told the County Commission !Fe Lake Road can possibly occur Warren Carver, who Is being proved. $17,807; generator ground fault

keep meeting on the same day Wednesday afternoon The State Road :Department transferred here from Wash- Ernie Patz, former managerof protection, $4,000; and rehabilitation

as presently -the first Thursday Neither Is there anything In plans to Include !Ute roadIn ington County office and will the local office! of Florida of overhead distributionlines !
of each month.Application <:Florida law that gives the county Its February call for bids ; $3,828.
assume his duties next week. \State Telephone Company, was
power) to maintain the creek Yawn said lie has been notUled.
The citations were presentedto employed to head the first clus
;.because. It has done so In the A delay may be caused because I City Attorney George Pierce
Mar electricity
the local personnel by ter area which will be in
Forms past, Yawn said. The attorney orders of taking In con- Informed council that the new
tin R. Roberts, of WaucTiula, Patz will teach general
said he Is after demnation certain constitution allows, cities to Increase
not cults
willing, :researching on parcels -
chairman of ASCS State students
the electricity to Interested -
For Homestead law, on the subject, of land were\ late In being the excise tax from one
Committee, and read: "For exceptional -- / j In the lower grades.
Exemption Mailed to tell the commission It has a sent to him from SRD In Tallahassee contribution resultingIn ,, Then, when they reach the per cent to two per cent on premiums -
rIght to dredge the creek; on Yawn said. for fire and tornado Insurance
selection of this office as 11th gra'le, when specification! !
Edwards land or even dredgeup An order of taking must be '/ An ordinance to this
Homestead exemption blanks most outstanding In effective 1\ begins, they will already know
to his land and delivered the land owner ., "" affect Pierce explained -
stop to .. was passed.
have been mailed to property and efficient operation of ASCS the basics of electricity and!
Yawn said the under least I that the Insurance -
legal theory of state law at 20 days compay
\
owners In Bradford County, according programs In the Southeast Area will better be able to decide
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"inverse condemnation" could before condemnation hearing \;- nAnle-s this tax.
the "
to Tax Assessor Gene In 1968. '""I'' -, which of the specialized courses -
come Into effect If the county ( which 1. set Jan. 22. Yawn attended )
Long. Approximately 50 persons they wish to take
would widen said of orders oftakini' At the request of Oscar Davis
In urging all eligible :homeowners Alligator Creek up some the the luncheon, at which! The cluster approach U also council
to Edwards If that hid. office utilities superintendent
did reach
property action not
to file applications at high< tribute was) paid to (Mrs. being planned for two other
agreed to place order for a
an
caused not
Edwards'' propertyto until the end of December
once Long said the $5,000 exemptions Chapman by ASCS officials areasmechanics and building
$7,000 manifold which Is neededat
be damaged.Jhere leaving the sheriffs of distant.
from the district. trades. '
amounts to a differ.ence over In addition -
of $87.39 in taxes, basedon Is also some doubt as counties time to deliver the to the State Chairman, the Decisions on' a place to meet the power plant. The present
manifold has been repaired
the to whether the county commission summons by Jan 2, 20( days guest list Included Stewart and student .
current levy of 17.478 C. .safety were post
Club three times and It will take
i Roping ContractFor
has jurisdiction drainage before Jan.
over 22. Signs
mills. Simpson:, of !Montlcello( State poned pending other meetings,
about receive
fix months to a
He said the deadline for filing! control In any case:; exceptby The sheriff of Plnellas County Executive Director; and A. P. The Board decided to ask representatives .

applications Is April 1, and that special methods laid dawn Yawn said returned summons Knotts, of Live Oak. a memberof 2nd Annual RodeoA from city council, new one.Resolution

a second notice will be sent out In the !Florida statutes, the judge mailed to him saying 'tie could the State Committee.Mrs. city police! and the sheriff department -
by !March 10.Special told the board. The county may not deliver them on time. Yawn Chapman also receiveda to two submitted by Civil
contract for the Second Annual Rodeo to be held April meet with
have jurisdiction over drainage has sent them again but they Defense Director Frank Williams
personal gift from the womenemployes 19-20 board representatives at 2 p.m.
wan signed
Monday night Merrill Griffls .
only through ''appointment; of a cannot be served by Jan. 2. !; of the district. by presidentof today to discuss safety< problems on Dec 18 for a disaster
drainage board, be said. Only !hope now for getting the Bradford Hoping Club and John V. Tilton (sealed ] at school crossings.A plan was tabled until the next

That Is a legal question( that the road on the Feb. call forbids right, rodeo producer, of Palalka. Witnessing the contract City councilman and a city council meeting.

needs to be answered, Yawn is for those persona not sIgning were Bob Shannon (standing left), treasurer, and policeman were present at

MeetingQUARTERBACK ad! since existing law leaves notified-in! time to alan over Two New Award Royce Joyner, secretary of the Roping Club. Tuesdays meeting! courciiman
the matter "In a grey area.." the right-of-way deed before To Gerald Williams the Council discussed three areas
Be Given suggested
Florida statutory law may have Jan. 22, he said. formation of a School Boy Pa. In which they have received

At CC Banquef trol. This was one Idea ticketed complaints friom citizens. Con-
CLUB Dave Shuford NamedTo for discussion today. cerning the problem of door-to-
door salesmen, they pointedout
Two new awards will:! be Board
members decided to
Tues. Jan. 14 made at the annual Chamberof that such salesmen must
attend County Comlss1 ner':,
:>
Contest have a permit from the city and
Commerce set for
Essay banquet
meeting Wednesday (yesterday)
Head
8:00 P. M. Thursday, Jan. 30, at the CommissionNew to once again discuss the mat- suggested that the average citi-
zen should be aware of this
Golf
Starke & County Club.
ter of housing for the school!
Garden (Restaurant They, will go to outstanding board and superintendent. They and requested these salesmento

To Make Plans young students'between the County Commissioner votes. Shuford was re-elected discussed the possibility of see such a permit.

For Football Banquet Set By CUBB ages of 15 and 18 who are Juniors Ralph Bryan created a slight by a three-two vote. adding onto the USO building

or eenlors In high .school. stir in what would have beena Mrs. Jessie Chasbaln. last but decided to approach the
Concerning complaints abouta
Please Attend One award will go to a boy and routine organization meetingand year's vice chairman!, nominated County Commissioners! before recent increase In taxi cab
one to a 1ir1.Nominations. also came with fistful Norman for that position) and
up council decided that theownt'r
contest
The first annual
In essay Bradford Effects, and What I Think for candidatesfor of new Ideas when the Commiss he was unanimously elected. will be no space for the school of the company should
wing poverty Should Be Done About It. toners held their first meetingof County Judge T A. Yawn also: system in the new courthouse)
County as the theme Is being these awards, as well as appear at the next council
Judges will be one CUBB 1969 on Wednesday WM chosen unanimously to again -
This Space Contributed sponsored this year by CUBB awards In the adult group for This being the first meetingof meeting to discuss the problem.In .
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board member from each of Dave Shufcrd was routinely serve as county attorney, 1909 the Board reorganized
Weekly to Publicize Economic Agency for high the four counties represented: In good citizenship, civic organization nominated for another term 4cftalrman but .when it came to the ]position and outgoing Art HolUday was
Community Events school students of Baker, Bradford humanitarian service, and a letter to council Bill
CUBB Director
by plus Sage but Bryan, saying 'of county prosecuting at- presented a plaque as a token
Clay and Union Counties. Three prizes will be awarded: community service will be open "I'm In favor of alternating It torney Bryan again .ald the of the board's appreciation for Sumner' of the New England

The CommunityState Deadline for entering the contest first place, $25; second place, until the January 10 deadline. around myself"nominated Buck thought it should be "alternated his service. He was defeated in Motel complained of the nus-,
$15, and third place $10 Certificates Wayne Whlffen. chamber president Norman. around" and nominate George the last election by Charles ance created by horseback! rid
Bank Is March 31. Essays shouldbe
2,000 words or less, accord- will also be awarded to announced that the With Shuford and Norman abstaining Pierce. Gene Shaw was reelected Sawyer, who took his seat Tues ers and asked council for help.
Accounts Now Insured ing to CUBB Executive Director the winners.. speaker at the banquet on January the vote was 2 to 1 for to that position by a vote Council Gerald Williams suggested '
Presentations! will be made will be Bradford, of four to day.Reelected that Sumner be told to
Up to $15,000 by Ronald Sage. 30 Ralph Sliuford: and Clerk Charles Dar one.Commissioners. to serve as chairman
Title April 24 before the CUBB Boardat an author world traveler, and by commented that it was a rather changed their and vice chairman were call the police If he believesthe
of the Is to be
F. V. L C. essays : the Bradford County Court former executive of the U, S, unusual situation and that meeting date to the first MonI riders to be trespassing on

Poverty In My County: Causes, house. Chamber of Commerce. the two nominees should cast I Continued On\ Page. Slxl) Continued On PM Six:) his property.




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eaj idII 1Gnaw To Meet Sigma MondayBeta Phi Sorority will : JANUARV" :


meet at 8 p.m. Monday Jan. 1" :
13 at the home of Mrs. J, C.
'
Stephens 1362: Blanding !Street.
Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yaviui; Rosco Bulllngton returned : .
Rehearsal Dinner Hostesses( will be Mrs Freddie
Jr, and family spent last weekIn Monday from Alachua General Stephens and (Mrs Grady Over- _..,- SALE
WhIttier, N, C. Hospital where he underwent For Bates-Whidden street = :
Mrs. Charles F. Casey returned atirRery last week. .

to her home in Adelento, Mr, and Mrs. Willard E. Wedding PartyMr. .
Calif. Wednesday after three Wynn have received word that ColemanCrawfordSandra .
and (Mrs. John Parsons .
weeks visit with Tier'brou eT-III- their son: Staff Sgt. Willard LADIES.
law and sister, Mi', and Mrs!', C. Wayne Wynn Hind been wounded Whidden Jr. of Jonesboro, (Ark. Coleman and Willard
entertained members of the immediate Crawford will be united In marriage -
T. McManus. in action in Vietnam!! and was
Mrs. Edith Christiansen(! re hospitalized there. He Is being families .and out-of- on Friday. Jan. 17, at 8 WIzlfe.8aIe 1 Robes !
turned Sunday from & three transferred to( a hospital In town guests at''a rehearsal dinnerat p.m. In the Starke Church of Quilted
visit with her the Holiday! Inn on Friday! I' Slock the| g
weeks children in Japan. His wife is the former God.All "
New Orleans, La. evening, Dec. 27. in !honor. of friends and relatives ere. \ q.
Friends of Henry Godwin will Marie Capt.Blankenship Harry'! Loner of will Starke.leave their son, John Parsons Whld :liivited to attend. : j\,' linen': WASH CLOTHS NYLON AND COTTON .
ClosetSavings.
den HI. and his fiancee: BarbaraJudith
,
to hear that he
regret broke where
January 20 for Vietnam $10.00 and $12.00
his Bates, and the weddingparty. Little VomanThe I.I with III .)PRINTS SOLIDS FLORAL Syr
right arm in a fall at home "he has ben! assigned for duty ) :

last Saturday. with the: Army us a helicopter : ...|, ..I x.
Dr. and Mrs. T. O. RUch and pilot. He has been at home on Centering the T-shaped table Little Women's Club will z I 5 FOR $1 NOW.

family and Mr. and Mrs. Carl leave for several weeks after was >a low arrangement, of white see a film! on the March of
Minx and last gladioli mums and bridal roses Dimes at their meeting Monday JL
son spent Tuesday graduating: from Helicopter
to Sunday in Gatlinburg. Pilot School at Fort Rucker. Interspersed. with greenery. night at 7:30 p.m. shown) by i 1/3 Off !
Each setting was marked by a
Tenn Ala. His wife, the former Jen- Mrs. V. :J, Spengler.
Mr ana Mrs. R. O. Dansby ,l\e\ Bulllngton wll remain in bridal place card to which miniature Hostesses will be Denlse KITCHEN TERRY TOWELS

visited Mr and Mrs. Roy J. Starke while Capt. Loper :is in wedding bells were fast- Winkler. and Nancy Gay.
Andrews In Jacksonville on Vietnam ened with velvet ribbon. The *. PRINTS o
bridal couple's place was mark .J REGULAR PRICE
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Monday. *
George! Canova has accepteda ", SOLIDS
ed by a miniature bride and fq
Mrs. Woodrow Griffls! Is a position as business manager It's a WOMal's *. FLORAL4FOR$1.00 .
groom. Following the dinner, the
patient In SU Vincent's Hospital and accountant at Bradford bride-to-be presented her atten- EVERYTHING GOES WAuK( 1o
!
Mr. and Mrs J. Huston Me- County: Hospital.! dants with gifts !
!ffw
Clane of Green Bay. WLs. spent Mark Crawford returned to-be presented his us h e r- (

the past week with her parents borne Sunday after spending]! / groomsmen with gifts. The bethroed -
Mr. and :Mrs George B. FlynnSr. ten: days in Orlando visitingMr. BRUSHED
couple also exchangedgifts.
and Mrs. Glenn Conner and
:
Mr. and Mrs. N L. Woodburnwere family.Mr. In addition to Father EdwardA. By Martha Sue McCain Bath Towelsc'NYLO.tG.

visiting! .Mr. and Mrs. L. Extension .
and Mrs. Raleigh Bran- KirbY, who sang several vocal County
N, Woodburn in Clearwaterover nen visited relatives in Bartow selections, those attending Home Economics Agent o LONG AND SHORT1tJi .

the weekend. and Lakeland over the weekend.Mr. :included the bride's :parents.Mr. -- !!: $4.99 TO $5.99
Mr. andII'S.:: H. C. Cawley : ASSORTED :
and Mrs.
Floyd Ritch of and Mrs. Harry Ogden Bates '. \
of Wilmington.! Dela are visitinar Gastonia, N. C are guests of an, and the following out-of- UNDERCOVER SURPRISE : :; 4 IJ' ..
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch. town guests: Mr. and Mrs. David When you're pinched for extra : !,:: NOW 1-3 OFF I \ 1.

Clane at Klngslay Lake. Mnd;: Johns and"pon.s Hughey of Jonesboro lArk., pennies just pinch some +"' ; I : w 1tr .
:Mrs. Carl *
Mi's Candy Woodburn, is em- parsleyflecked pastry arounda *: 2
with agricultural! visited Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy Mr and 'Mrs. Forrest Ander- .+"... \
ployed an Sunday. son of Little Rock, Ark., Miss cheese-beef filling. The resultIs t : Panty Hose FISHNET \ :
firm in Orlando Rowe in Sanford on Lou Perry of Petersburg, Mr. a. tasty Biscuit Beef' Pie that .. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas -, Mrs. Chester Wood of Green and Mrs. James E, Hodge and 'Serves six generously and nour- I = --:, FOR \ ; ( .

had as guests at their campIn Cove Spring, a former Starke daughter, Stephanie, of Jack. IshJngly, Over the top. pour a ), 2 FOR $3 .
the Scrub last week: Mrs resident, is confined In the sonville, and Mr.. end Mrs. quickie celery or mushroom 49 PRSMART
Kathleen Goethe of East Pa- Lakeland General Hospital with Charles Glover and Mr. and (Mrs. sauce made with milk and a '.:" "':? ,. j \
latka. Mrs\ Mauls Smith and can of condensed So simple 0'o. 00 >>:
serious injuries received In an (Robert Saylor and son, Lance soup. \
children of Ocala, and Mr. Donald $1
Lakeland
automoble: accident near of Gainesville :
Chuhb of Winter Park". the holidays.Mr. :
during: SAVINGS ON' SPORTSWEAR 1 S
Joining them over the weekend and 'Mrs Earl B. Searing Party Given You bake easy Biscuit Beef

were Mr and Mrs. Merrltt'' and daughter, Carol, had Pie for Just 20 minutes. Then _ _ _
Williams. J C. Hobbs and Ben as a guest last week. John G. For Mrs. Canova, you drizzle melted butter and : FAMOUS BRANDS O
grated Parmesan cheese
Rowland. Sims III of Newport R. I. over
Recent
Mrs. Merrill! Edwards and Lt. Douglas Seymour of Fort BrideMrs. the pastry and return It to the o PILLOWS
son Ricky, visited Mr. and oven for five extra minutes. ALL WOOL GROUP
Ir.11Ini.! Ga. was home over
David Canova was hon
Mrs\ 0. E. Howard in Daytona You can Just Imagine how golden
Beach on Saturday. the William New Year H. Summers weekend.,has returned ored at a pound party last Friday that makes the crust. And o NOBLE CRAFT iaI" BLOUSES SKIRTS 1 :
evening given by Mrs.
how delicious *
Mips Maria Moore bas accepted PANTS
after undergoing surgeryin Russ Bedell and Miss Phyllis *. SOLID FOAM VESTS
a position as second .
the Gainesville Medical Center Haddock at the home of the Serve Biscuit Beef Pie witha t ETC. '
grade teacher at the Charles]
on Dec. 23. latter on Raiford Road. crisp cole slaw and glasses RUBBER .
Bennett Elementary School In Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay Poinsettias. and of) milk. Then when \ ::1;
arrangements everyone's
.
Green. Cove Springs.Mr. / spent' Christmas with their! .son of cedar and wedding had ibis fill the dishes are done FULL BED SIZE ((( 1-3 OFF REG. PRICE :
and Mrs M. L. Lawson .
S-Sgt. Joseph A. Gay and family
bells were used in the party and you can relax-you'll even
and family attended: the funeral in Columbia S. C. rooms. The refreshment table !hear your pocketbook give outa

of Mrs. Lawson's brother Lou- Mrs, Marley Griffis and sonof was covered with a lace cloth pleasurable little sigh.
:Is Welch. :in Tampa last Tuesday 1 Lake Butler were NewYear's and at one end was a crystal i2 for $7.99 SWEATERS i
BISCUIT/ BEEF PIE
day visitors of Mr. and punch bowl encircled with cedar
Mrs. :J. W. Terry and daughter. Mrs C. L. Cooper.Mr. and pyracanthea. Mrs. Bedel Two cups regular all-purpose BULKY KNIT CARDIGANS
Mrs. Willie Blle: Dunn, ofJacksonville flour 1 1 table NATURAL
and Mrs. Harold Bran- teaspoon salt COLORS
presided at the bowl.
punch
were last Thursdaysupper ham visited Mr. and Mrs S. Each guest presented the spoon parsley flakes, onethirdcup : SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES S-M-L d 4 :
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E, Branham in Palatka on honoree with a favorite recipe butler (softened), one-half -
Footer: Shi Smith and Mrs. milk. Filling 1 pound -
Sunday. cup :
Walla Llpsey. airs. J. W. Kincaid is visiting! and one pound of its ingredi ground beef, 1 tablespoon Instant : '7i fI REGULAR $16.99 8 J
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Tllrs. Mary+-Bell 1 Robinson of Mr. and, Mrs. C, C. Hoppe. in ents.Twenty guests attendee !oetween'the : minced onion. 2 cups
LnWtey nirinhi'EaBe: of 'Tampa. shredded Cheddar Cheese, 1 .

Gainesville: ""tlBve been admittedto Mrs. Bill! 'Burgess and chil- o'clock. hours eight. and ten tablespoons butter (meltecT1, 2 t + Special Now $8.88 ,:,
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the StarJre NursInsMrome. tablespoons grated Parmesan 1
drn spent last week with rela- The hostesses :presented the SPECIAL :
Local admittance to Bradford Cheese, I
tves in Valdosta. Ga. honoree with a silver bonbon t SLIP-OVERS
County Hospital this week $6.88
Mr. and Mrs John Hemmlng-
dish and a "The ] ,
include: Mrs Sarah Jane Claikof game Newly- Sift together flour and salt:
way of Ellzabethtown N. C. weds" as a memento of the NEW. :
Melrose] ( : Loys Johns! Mrs were last Friday and Saturday occasion. mix in parsley flakes. Cut In _
Thelma butter until mixture Is mealy.
demons and Mrs Ruth
visitors of Mi. and Mrs. One
Crosby of Lake Butler: Mrs. Add milk and stir just until LOW
Wiggins.
Maude Starling of Lavtey: Mrs. C. G. Barksdale returned J Recent Birth: flOUT Is moistened. Knead. on : DRESSES :

Joseph E. Hitchcock! of Raiford: Wednesday from ten days lightly floured< board. Roll two- .r

Mrs Wattle Sswell of Brooker: visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bradford County Hospital announces thirds of dough Into a 9tt. by t
and Mrs lela! Mundy Robert Thomas( in Miami the following births: 13 Inch rectangle: press Into FALL and WINTER CLOSEOUTS :
Ward Mrs. JuanIta Dinkins, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Frank- bottom and up sides of buttered
Miss Bobbie Sue Barksdalewas
Mrs. Elmlney Smith, Mrs. Ellen lin Johnson, Keystone Heights, baking dish, 1'i quarts Roll
oil the Dean's list at FSU
Burrows. Mrs.\ Emma Harris tar the last quarter.Mr. a son Wesley. Lamar, Dec. 31. remaining third of dough !Into a i Less 10 1'0 1/3 TO 1/2 Off :

and Troy Norman, all of Starlce.. and Mrs R. R. Chasm Mr. and !Mrs Ronnie Gr1ffls.RalfO'l'd 6'a x 10 Inch rectangle: set a- *,
side. Meanwhile prepare fill!
Jan. 6.
and 1 family were' in 'Miami last a daughter
IH U-2 Tom More, of Norfolk
Naval week visiting Albeit Kruse Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Rowe ing. In a skillet slowly brown For This Sale Only '
Base Va., :
was home for :
beef: add Instant onion. Stir In All Weather Jackets I'S1\\
the weekend.JTi : and Mrs. Jack Zimmerman !Starke a son Jan. 8. t
Cheddar Cheese. Turn into pre CANNON'S
: =s Carol: McRae who grad find Monsignor Roland Ras- ROYAL FAMILY HARD TWIST .
with
pared taking dish. Top
uated from the Southwest( tatter. : NO IRON PERCALE OF POLYESTER AND COTTON. FAMOUS
second rectangle of dough, seal .
has
Mrs. J E. Wilson returned 1-3 OFF
iris Randal Chitty and children .
Baptist Seminary in Fort Worth, 1\
from ten days visit withMI" and trim edges. Bake .In preheated BRANDS __ ____ .
Texas in December( has been visited! Mr. and Mrs. M. .
and K. Ben 375 degres oven 20 min-
Mrs. George
home for( fie: holldavs.: She returned T. Chitty; in Lakeland Ga. on I.:
nett in Orlando.. She was accompanied utes. Drizzle on melted butter, BRUSHED NYLON SLEEP \
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to Fort Worth on Tues- Sunday.Mr JUST A FEW OF THE OLD TIMEY \ :
Cheese
to Orlando by Mr, sprinkle on Parmesan

day.Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran- and Mrs. John Reeves of Honolulu and bake 5 more minutes. : SHEETS YOU DO HAVE TO IRON CULLOTTESREG. .

and Mrs. Henry Stefan- ham Mrs. C. L. Cooper and ) Hawaii who also visited Serve !hot with celery or mushroom -
em! had as visitors during Ute daueWert. and Mrs. W. E. Law- Mrs. Wilson! here on Wednesday sauce. Makes 6 servings. SIZES AT I.

New Yew's: weekend! Mr, and and Thursday this week. NOW 1-3 OFFMEN'S
son attended the Cooper-Ferry REG. $6.99-$7.99
SAUCE 1
: can ((10'i 02: ) con- ------
Mrs. Leslie Adams of Lake man wedding in Chlefland last Mrs. Reeves will be remembered densed cream of celery or Below I Wholesale I I Prices

City Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Saturday night. as the former Mrs. Virginia mushroom1 \soup one-third cup : :
StefelancIH of Ocala, Mr. and !Mr. 'and Mrs. Ralph Brownof Smith.
milk. Heat together condensedsoup
Mrs! Robert! Stefarelli of Gainesville Redkey, Ind. were guests Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Searing
and milk, stirring eccasionaily SPORT COATS
end !Mr. and Mrs. Albert last week of Mr. and Mrs. spent the Christmas holiday ; until l hot, : FUR QUEEN[ RUGS .krc :
Stefanelli of Jacksonvilleand George W. Brown.J In Tallahassee with their son ]

their children. R. Biflllngton returned and dauchtsr-ln-law, Mr. and THANKSThe
CARD OF
Mrs. Rctty Register! spent theweekend Monday from Alachua General Mrs. Bur?.e Searing.! Miss. Carol HIGH PILE FLUFFY ACRYLIC 1/2 PRICE 4'A 0

( with Mr and Mrs. H. Hospital where he underwent !Searing visited friends in Philadelphia family of Mrs. Florence LID COVERS H -. -- Un $1.49 .
$ J-14
E Alexander: in Jacksonville. surgery last week. during the holidays. Conner wishes to than each : ; :

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Of Interest To. I r-- UDC EntertainedAt Sullivan-Griff Glenda Starling )w

Nollman Home f Engagement Told Is Engaged jMI.

Mrs. W. H. Nollman and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Sullivan
WOMEN I E. K, Ferryman entertained W. announce the engagement ." Glenda Starling, daughter -
t. Week's chapter UDC on of their daughter Jacquelynn\ to of Mr and Mrs. Doyle starling .
Jan. 1 at the home of the for- ..tt Lester L. Grlffls, son of) Mrs. of Gainesville, formerly of .
Iloslc Griffis of Raiford.< Lawtey and David N. Wain- I Iwl'lP.'ht
** Gladys Phone mer.Mrs.
Mooty: 964-7608 t
J. W Kincaid first t
trlL The bride-elect will be a tOO!) son of Mrs. Norris C.
F Vicepresident, conducted the graduate of Bradford High Walnwitelit, also!: of Gainesville
meeting, Mra. Curtis Sanderswas will tin married at the home of /
Register-Crawforc<1! School.[ Mr. GriffU Is a 1967
accepted as a member. graduate of Union County High the bride, 2224 N,. E. 6th Terrace r
Wedding PartyEntertained Mrs. Nollman) read an article' : \School and to' employed with at 7 p.m. Jan. 18. fAll
on the meaning of the song/ .
t4i north Florida State Hospital In
"Dixie" during the. historical: CWacclcnny. frtenrls! and relatives invited. -

program. A June wedding Is planned. :
i Mrs. C. T Wade entertainedat r The living room' and dining; i .
a rehearsal dinner' party room were decorated with arrangements --
Thursday night, Dec. 28. at the of pink and white i
Garden Restaurant honoringher carnations and roses. Trade at Home eslfeYitw f .ltlt uhf I
/ granddaughter, Betty Ann The refreshment table wall ... .._ ; ;; nstsetBALDWIN

Register. and fiance Larry covered with an Imported embroidered _,
r. Crawford, following the couple's L cloth! and centered
wedding rehearsal. with an Dresden.: bowl surrounded -
The U-shaped table was cen. t I
,4 by cherubs holding,
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( .o' tered with an arrangement of
., .. containers of pink roses. Mrs.
white mums and pink carnations Ferryman presided at the tea
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;:; flanked by silver candelabra service.
3 with pink tapers. At intervals Carol Rae Searing ,'

e ; :z t. ? .... ; down the length of the To Wed Mr. Sims
,+s rt .. ...., table were pink nosegays with
t'
'. satin streamers. Bridal place
; '(; cards marked the seating arrangement Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Sear. Chevrolet

for the 40 guests ing Sr. announced the engagement -
& who included the bridal party, -and approaching marriageof
( r'r members of the immediate families their daughter Carol Rae to
and out-of-town guests. John G. Sims III, son of Mr. ?r'
The honored couple presented and Mrs. John G. Sims of (Philadelphia -
personal gifts to their attendants Fa., .formerly of
following the dinner. Gainesville.The fights
Those from out-of-town were bride-elect Is a graduateof
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ooldwlre ) Bradford High School and
and son, Hal of Toledo Ohio attended St. Johns River Junior .
and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Alex- College and Athens College In
ander and daughter, Merry Lou, Alabama. She is now employedat inflation
of Jacksonville.!; the' J. Hillls [Miller Health>

Center In Gainesville.The '
bridegroom-elect graduated -
Shower Given with high honors from the

For Diane Thomas, University of Florida with ;& degree -
in architecture. He is attending
Recent BrideMrs. Navy Officers Candidate Hilliard-Tye

School In Newport, R. I. EngagementMr.
Walter Lynn Miss ,The wedding will be an Event We don't
I Brenda Williams Mrs. Marion /of) April /ill at .12:30: p.m :nNewport and Mrs. Jason C Hi!. care
Hawkins, Mrs. Ronnie Thomas, Rhode Island. Hard of Jacksonville announcethe
I and Mrs. Horace Sanders enter- engagement of their daughter -

tained on Tuesday evening, Barbara Jean, to John
Dec. 17, with a miscellaneous who show
Charles
Tye Jr.. son of Mr. we I
VI shower for ;Miss Diane Thomas and Mrs. Tye of Lawtey. up
Williams
to Ronnie
whose marriage r. The wedding will be at 7:30:
I Miss Barbara Bates Becomes Bride was an event of December p.m. Aug 23: in Hope Baptist t \
31.
Of Mr., Whidden In St. Edward's ChurchMiss Christmas decorations were v t t Church.The Jacksonville bride-elect graduated with our

used In the recreation hall of i' from Paxton Senior High

Barbara Judith Bates, back panel extending to the the First Christian Church and ; School Her fiance graduated
daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Harry hemline. Her headpiece was a the refreshment table was cen-of I from Bradford High School and

Ogden Bates III of the State matching bow with a bouffant tered red poinsettias with an and arrangement green cat- { kMiss Is a Junior at Florida State ShowdownMatch

Farm, and John Parsons Whid- face veil. She carried a nosegay tails and Christmas balls. Red Univel'slty.Miss .
den III, son of Mr. and Mrs. of red rose and white car- punch was served at one. end
John Parsons Whidden Jr. of nations, with long( velvet rIb-
and punchat
of the table, green SternbergIs
Jonesboro, Ark., were unitedin bons.
the other.
marriage Saturday Dec 28. Miss Lou Perry of St. Petersburg The gift table was centered EngagedDr.
at 7:30: pm. in St, Edward's attended as bridesmaid.
with a bride doll.
Catholic Chui'ch. Rev. Father She wore an azalea red floor Games were played by the and Mrs. Sam Stemberg
Edward A, Kirby performedthe length gown fastened similar to of Daytona Beach announce the
forty guests, and prizes awarded -
double ring ceremony.Drcorating that worn by the matron of to the winners. engagement of their daughter this
honor. She also carried a nose the N Susan Lorraine, to Peter Drls- :
The hostesses presented
the altar wereFold gay of red roses and white carnations > coll Donahue son of Mrs. Dan-
setting
honoree wIth a four piece
: 1 candelabra and gold vases L iel W. Donahue of Charlotte,
of her chosen china patternas
.j holding line arrangement of) Lance Sajlor. son of !Mr. and m N. C. and the late Mr. Dona
a memento of the occasion.
white mums.vhlte
gladioli
Mrs.: Robert Saylor of Gaines
roses and ivy. Two white ped% ville] was ring-bearer. ShanbargerIs hue.Miss Steinberg Is a senior. at .,
estal transients of gladioli, Given in marriage by her Engaged East University of North Carolina
I mums, English ivy and red father, the bride wore an A- Junior Club and her fiance Is a. student -
roses of were placed en elt'her side line silk-faced peau de sole Sees Film On Mr. and Mrs. John Shanoar- at the University of North t
the altar The pews were
with portrait neckline. Carolina
sown a the engagementof
mm keel with white satin ribbons The empire bodice was enriched March Of DimesThe ger their announce daughter, Peggy Jane The, announcement Is of In-
mums and Ivy. Sprigs ofpyrocantha ) with re-embroidered Alencon to Raymond Allen Stanwlx-Hay terest to friends :In Starfce
were attached to lace liridescent and seed Junior Woman's Club son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen stan- where Dr, Sternberg formerly r
each window. pearls The elegantly( fashioned saw a film on the March of wlx-Ilay of Jacksonville.Miss resided.
:Music: \ was provided by Mrs. skirt enhanced by appliiues of Dimes, presented by Mrs. V. J, Shanbarger is a 1965 An August wedding is plan
George Caiova organist, and Aler.eon lace, fell into a chapel- Spongier Monday night graduate of Bradford High ned.
l !Miss Louise! Stern soloist. lencth: train with smaller lace Mrs. Spengler introduced School. She also graduated with +.
Mr. Whidden attended his appliques creating back inter- from St. Johns M
Mrs John Torode, who presented highest honors r+
son ai best man. Ushers were est. A four-tiered fingertip\ veil the club president !Mrs. C. River Junior College. Miss 1 1
Fotrcst Anderson of Little of bridal Illusion was attached K. Fuquay with. a plaque com- Shanbarger will graduate from
i Rock. Ark, David Hughey of to taffeta. r.'!tal rose studded mending the club's past effortsin the University' of Florida In
l Jon .!'bol'O. Ark. and Charles with pearls. Her only ornament conducting the Mother's June with a double major in Side guard beams. Biggest standard V8.
J Glo\cr of Gainesville '1'I i a string/ of pearls, a gift March] of Dimes. elementary education and the .
t, Mrs.! James E. Hodge Of of the groom. She carried a social) sciences. ..... '." .............. .
, Jacksonville served her sister nosegay: of bridal roses with Club members will conductthe Mr. Stanwix-Hay Is a 1964 ItwlfZ': ._... .....o... l. .
.' Mother's March' Sunday. '.1hfl4lt\, ."' ,
as matron of honor. She worea white velvet streamers.; on graduate of Robert E. Lee Senior 14 4',
floor length Immediately after the ceremony . S" :
grecinn-style --- High School In Jacksonville.He i -w i5"5JiJi
gown of azalea red faille de the bride's parents entertained boro. Ark.. Mrs. Bob Ferguson, graduated from St. Johns t .. k WjbJSSS;
signed with a bateau neckline, with a reception at and Mrs. Bud Harley.. River Junior College and Is cur- P). ,
) elbow length sleeves and aNANCY'S the Staike Woman's Club. The Mrs.. James Saylor of Gaines- rently enrolled in business "' ..
"fame floral theme was used at rifle kept the bride's book. As- management/ at the Universityof ''," ( 'tIr ,.. ,
the church was followed with ;sl'ting: in serving were Mrs. Florida He Is also employed -
white gladioli, white chrysanthemums Richard Richards Mrs. R. P. in the management program n arta- ,

a' ..bout bridal roses predominating McLcndon, Mrs. Paul Meng, with Winn-Dtxie: Stores Inc in d L- .;, 0.... ). j _
Forming the back Mrs.\. Fran Meng, Mrs. Mike Gainesville.The .
i i ground for !the bridal table Gilhooly, and Mrs\ Dennis Fan- wedding will be an eventof "
I lb were three pairs: of candelabrawith cher. Feburaiy 14 at the Church. of

I lighted tapers. After spending! < some( time the Good Shepherd In Jackson
Guests. were greeted at the with their guests. the couple left ville. Jernigan-Bryan :
J BYi door! by Mrs Robbie Shaller. on wedding/ trip to Gatlin- All friends and relatives are Engagement Told
i FLOWERS Mrs. Peter Pfleshinger presented burg Tenn." The bride traveledin Invited to attend.Breakfast Three-way lock. Magic-Mirror finish.
guests! to the receiving line a thre<;-r>:ece red and grey Mr. and Mrs. Curtis D. Jern-
HEAVENLY FLOWERS composed of Mr, and Mrs. knifed suit with matching ac. igan of Gainesville announcethe
I As long as man has existed, it Bates! III. Mr. and Mrs. Whid- cessories complimented with a Given engagement of their daugh- Baldwin Chevrolet says
is a fact that he has had dreams den Jr., Mrs. H. Ogden Bates rose corsage. ter, Lois Louise to Theodore
of an exernal abiding place. Jr. of St. Petersburg!', grand The bride received tier! B. A. For Methodist Alan Bryan, eon of Mr. and
r Creek anti Hoj mother of the bride and the degree! from Florida State Col- (Mrs. Raymond W. Bryan, of Match This other '
r j Bj r man mythology bride and groom, and bridal at- lege where she was a. memberof Young PeopleThe Lawtey. you 69s

/ speaks of the El- tendants.The the Women's', Judiciary and WSC3 Miss Jernigan Is a senior[ at
First Methodist
; tm yslan Fields, a bride's table was covered a member of Kappa Delta soc Gainesville High School and Is
.ew place like Heaven with a floor length organdy ial sorority. She leas attended honored the college students planning to attend Santa Fe
2 where the cloth over satin anid centered Jacksonville University and 'has and service men of the churchat Junior College after graduation the Price is Right
breakfast Sunday morning,
'.. P' good people on with a four-tiered cake embossed been on the! faculty of Arlington a Mr. Bryan now a Radar Sea .
Dec. 29 at the Holiday Inn.
earth were sup with! white and pink 'roses. Junior High in Jacks nvme. man. Is a graduate of Bradford
posed to live a- On each side of the table were She is currently studying for The Eplthany theme was usedas High School, class of 1M6. Re-
mid fields of silver candelabra with whiteburning her Matter's, Degree at the a centerpiece for the dining: cently home on leave, he has
, beautiful flowers.It tapers. decorated with University of Florida. table and single candles. In silver returned to Great Lakes. for Impala is also( the only car in its field everything Impala has over the other!
is no wonder that eternal white'! roses and mums. Silver Mr. Whiddon received his B. holders extended down the graduation from Radar School with Astro Ventilation. Computerselect69s. But we'll show( you all of them i taj
bliss is always associated with compotes held decorated mints S. degree from Arkansas State length. At each place settingwas after which he will be stationed ed springs. Automatic ignition key alarm. couple of dozen) when you come in. '
flowers. Flowers are unquestionably and party nuts Mrs. Henry College]]( and an M, S. degree a card of welcome and a aboard the US3 Alstede out Of Inner fenders. Flush-and-dry! rocker pan Do come in.Ve can't have A Show
God's most beautiful creation Stfanrlli and Mrs. Lester from the Urlversity of Arkansas favor. Norfolk Va. els. (Isn't it amazing the other cars don't down unless you show( up.
and It is only natural to Humphries cut the 'bride's cake. He was a member of Plans for the wedding will be have them?)
believe that heaven will have an The punch tables were covered Sigma Phi Ensllon fraternity Among the guests were Rev. announced later. We would need a whole page to list OurValueShowdown is Now!
and Mrs. D. T. Farabee Jr.
abundance of flower gardens with floor( length organdy Currently enrolled at the Unlversltiy -
We give special attention to clods' over satin and were centered of Florida, he is also and Mrs. Charles Sawyer Altar Society
the floral offerings we prepare with large silver! bowls employed st Alachua General WSCS president. Baldwin
for funerals. The last gesture of encircled with smilax Presid! Hospital in Gainesville.] The students and service men St. Edward's Altar Society Chevrolet OldsmobileU.S.
respect should be our most beau lag at the punch bowls were The couple will reside In participated In the morning will meet Wednesday, Jal13.,
tiful offering :!:\\frs, David: Hurtey of Jonas- Gainesville. service after the breakfast. at 7:30: p.m. at the home of :301 North Phone 981.7500 Starke. Florida
Mrs. Gladys Weldon.

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Road Block Will Kick-off March of DimesThe Programming. Services Held For John Prevail

For Radio Is EcrThJi; Rev. DeWitt T. Farabee Jr..
1969 March of Dimes
Mrs. Margaret Miller Into research In an effort to for
; Coin John Bevil Prevail. 78. a First Methodist
of the
raising campaign will be Topic At Rotary' pastor
fund- Collection! Gene Ray burn; find better and more efficient mer resident of Starke died In
S'arke, officiating.
kicked off this Saturday witha Special Gifts. Bill Sullivan; ways of preventing) birth de- Ii x I a Palatka hospital Tuesday. Church of
road block sponsored' by the Schools, :Mrs. John A. Torode; feels and In finding better "The World of ProgrammingIn .evet Jan. 7, following a long illne e. Burial was in Prevatt Cemetery
little Women's Clu J. Show Chairman Richard Joc- methods< of treatment and ways Radio" was discussed at Mr. Prevail bas lived In
Plans are now being finalized kel; Coffee Day Mrs. Harold of correcting: birth defects. the Rotary club Wednesday by sr Florahome for! 18 years. Born CARD OF THANKS
for the Mothers March to be Ann Lee Sanders program director y
Godwin; Publicity Mrs. Randal "One third of monies received in McRae Clay County. Fla. on
conducted by tile Junior Wom of Station WPXE. ,'Words: cannot cypress our deep
Chitty; and Mothers !March. stays In Bradford County to assist i July 17, 1890, Die was the BOA
an's Club on Sunday afternoon Junior Woman's Club. the local cases of Infants Mrs. Sanders described the of the late Paul and Louise! .and humbla! thanks: far: everything -
Jan. 12, from 3 to 6 p.m. with Mrs. V. J. Spengler Bradford and children suffering from a tedious job of reviewing several Sibley Prevatt. everyone 'has done for
Judy Dukes as chairman.J. County Chapter president Of congenital defect," Mrs. Spengler hundred ;records received by A retired farmer. Mr. Prevattwas us since fie l less' of our home.
C. Dukes chairman! of the the National Polio and Birth said "and the remainder of the station each week and deleting a member of the !First May God:! te; wits each of you.
1)69 campaign bas announcedthe Defects Foundation! states that the money: Is sent directly to ones that contain obJect- Methodist Church of) Starke. V/3 shall!< never frzet your being -
following committee chairman one-half of all monies received the Birth Defects Center at the ionable matter or double mean- Surviving Is his wife Mi*. kindnc'i'3. Thank:' you all so
appointments: Treasurer. during the drive goes directly University of Florlt'ay'I < _.... -.-.-.-_-- --- -- -- -- --- -. get "messages" across to ; family.
- - - ---- Earl of Jacksonville and
sons:
teenagers.Mrs. r Harold of Florahome; three
Sanders said she
was
daughters: Mrs. Pauline MuTlejr MATHEWS
dlstrubed by some of the ,
porno
of Geneva Fla., Mrs. Mae Tyre
graphy that Is being producedby L5. TL
and Mrs. Melba Matheny, toll Well- Drilling
I took tea some (If the record compan of Florahome; a brother Arch
today and suggested the enactment
of a law that would THE PRINCE OF PANTOMIME: Otto Grieblintf is the Prevatt of Ilampton; a sister Melrose Fla.
Mrs. Huldah Lee of Starke, and
1st Federal \ prohibit the' distribution of world renown sad-faced clown with the Rinjrlinj Bros 12 grandchildren. Phone 475-5101
/ such records without a written and Barnum & Bailey Circus. "The Greatest Show OnEarth" Services were held In the Myers Pumps
dA transcript of the words so the opens a 3-day engagement in Jacksonville Grace Baptist Church at Starke
radio stations could judge them at the Jacksonville Coliseum Fri. Eve. Jan. 31 then SERVICE
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In RE:. E.tato of JOHN FRANK
WOJCIK Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditor. of the Estate of ,
JOHN FRANK WOJCIK deceased -
are hereby notified and -'
required to file any claims or ,
demands. which they may have .
against said' l estate In the office .
of the County Judge of Bradford
County Florida In the
Court House at Starke. Florida,
within six: calendar months from
the date of the first publicationof
this notice. Each claim or
demand must be In writing and
must tata the place of residenceand
taLNa post office address of the
claimant and must be swornto
Savings and LoanASSOCIATION by the claimant M* agent or
Ills. attorney or It will become
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Tigers Nip BHS! 70-69 A Boy's Dream Pecularlties TO CIVITAN MEET of TUESDAY the CLUB Presidentsof I I

-l; the U, S. will be the program
( x topic at the Civltan Club meet
Arching perfectly Charles one point, 15-16, after the first Ing Tuesday morning Jan. 14.
Blyo's free brow: went In the period.) They built a 32-26 leadas a t'' 1
hoop rimmed uut and Bradford's the second period) went on.
fighting Tornado!! cagers :but Lake City put on a rush In 1s
had lost their! second game of the closing seconds of the half $' HEfl Et
the season: by a single paint.: and the Tornadoes left the dF
Lake City edged past the floor with a two point 36-34.
Tornadoes 70-69 in BUS' post- advantage. The second period ( 1J r
Christmas opener Tuesday, Jan. lead was the biggest of the
7. Blye almost pulled It out; night. i ir
he could have come no closer Lake City played well together t t
and still have missed. got many shots:> inside the ,
The Bradford center shot Tornado defense and outscored
from deep in the corner and BUS 22-19 in the third periodto < : IISm I )
56-55 lead.
was knocked flat on his back, take a one point
but the ball tell with The two teams matched even -
through
seven seconds left in the game. ly at 14-14 the fourth period. iliL 1 IIlddJ_
Brooks Etheridpe. who foul LADDERS ARE FOR CLIMBING,
The score stood at 70-69! Lake THE1A
ed out with less than two min. but Tracy Greenwood, 5, Velma
City.Blye in the led all Mrs. Norman Gets BIP Award
stepped to the line witha utes left game Okla., can't do that very well.
one-and-one. Thourh he .scorers with 21 points.: rAm The National March of Dimes
scored 18 points and grabbed The Tornadoes had four men Boy is crippled by severe birth Airs.! Muriel S. Norman Is shown receiving a special! RIP
19 rebounds, Blye was havingan in double flguies. Blye and defects. You can help the voluntary award at (lie Chamber of Commerce directors meeting: / on Tliurs-, MANTO
off night shooting. He had Mark Giaudon had 18 each, health organization fight day, Jan. Z, The award was made by 1). I'. MizMie Jr., tlialr.
David McKnight had 14, and
missed several free throw firth defects by giving in Jan- man of flip. B1I committee, on the basis that Airs.! Norman had
Adraln Brown 11.
earlier, and he narrowly miss- The Tornadoes hit 28 of 63 lary to support its campaign. contributed more than any other pcrsci'.i! or organisation; lovvurt d! CALL FOR THE BEST
,.
ed that final charity shot.
Had Blye made the shot. field goals for 44 per cent. But ,yl the objectives of the program. BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE
they sunk only 13 of 31 free H- BHS-McKnlght 6-2-14. Brown
he would have gotten a second.
throws for a meager 41 per) 5-2-11 Gtaudons 7418. Blye 7-
Had he made that one: also, the 1'-- 4-18, Murphey 1-2-5 Chandler 2- IVVITATIOV TO winDY DIr Blanks. Corrlltlon, andKporlflontlonB Merritt Williams
8TATD rrnCHASIXOCOMMISSION may ha!! otitalneil
Tornadoes would have been a- tc-
cnt.Craudons 'I Johns 000. Totals 2R-13- : from tho Stutn. Corn.T.ILLAII.19yiF1
0-4. rurchnnlnpr
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had 13 rebounds to '.
head 7170. But It didn't hap- -- ,\.... -\ ..... FLORIDA mlKKlnn... Wllllnm I>. Blnxham: 117 WALNUT: ST.
go with Ms 18 points. led Bidswill ,
69.Lake Building Ftonm 112. Calhoun
pen."We're Lake City in winning its first Mark Graudons sinks one of two field goals, this one a City-Etheridge 8-5-21 be 'cclvUlvoby tho State Pur etroot Tnllahn"n <>. Fl rllt., : Phone )61-53! j !)1
an undefeated two points season.away" Coach from game In four tries, closed: downon 12-foot hook from the middle of the, key to put BUS ahead Oeiberg 306. Doiteh 5010. Holland chasing AM, on Commission the date shown until, for 11:00 the right The to Commlialnn reject nnv or ro.crthe all\ bid*. ......STATE FARM
Blye fouling him almost fi-G2: in the closing minutes against Lake City The lead didn't 2-2-8 Keen 0.0-0. Levy 3- rntlnwing" ; : Al 3 Day ..:t.
Mike Sexton said in the dressing 0-6. Houston 3-1-7, Hall 5010.Totals Jdiuinrv Id. 1009 Salo of executive Director ......... Iniuranc CompaniesHome ;
room In Lake City lmmd- every time he made a move hold however. Ml'xfil Plni num. 1-2 lit 1.' Office;Bioomingto Illinois
toward the basket. But Blve 31070.
lately after the nip and tuck: couldn't make the charity Brown were hot with their peclallv In the first half and
contest. .shots good.Graudons.. short Jumpers from around kept the Tornadoes in the ball ---r
The Tornadoes were down the key and from the side! e.
McKnlght, and esg1! __
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The game score especially see-sawed in the me sec-entire Look What Plymouth's Up To Now!

ond half. The biggest! lead
then was opened up by the
Tornadoes with about five minutes
OPEN LETTER to go.
But then the Tornadoes hit a The
cold streak The Tigers' Steve
To The Citizens Of Bradford County. Dortch who had 10 points for
the night! hit a field! goat Eth- 4BUY NOW
erldfte sank two free throws ona
Fellow (Citizens: lOn foul by Adrian Brown to pull
within one point at 6067.
Dottc1 put Lake City ahead FOR
Tuesday, January 7, I officially became a to tRY when he: grabbed: a rebound I Plymouth
member of your Board of County Commissioners. :'' that had been tipped up I
Before entering this office, it was necessary that I thre times nnd finally pushedit
take and subscribe to the oath required by the con- .f1 in. Lake City then had a BEST

sitution, as follows: "I do solemnly swear thatI ... a A 68-67 lead. ;

will support, protect and defend pick out the best. Marc Holland then sank two
the Constitution!' and Government of I look forward to working for you free throws for a 70-G7 Tiger DEALS!
left after
lead with 26 seconds
the United States and of the State and hope that you will work with 7
he was fouled by Tornado Dean
of Florida: that I am duly qualified your Board. To be effective thereto Johns in an attempt to gain 1
to hold office under the Constitution t be an unselfish spirit of cooperation possession.

of the State, and that I will well and among the elected officials Then Blye went down far: the -
faithfully perform the duties of and the citizenry. As your Board corner shot and almost puuscl .
County Commissioner of Bradford is obligated to honor your trust and it out for Bradford z\

County on which I am now about to confidence, you are obligated to show The loss was a big blow to .. ,
enter. So help me God." an interest!' in their actions and decisions. Toranaclo conference hopes It
It was in all seriousness that I !' I welcome the comments and leaves them 2-1 in the Florida Great! Specially
took this oath and that I now take suecrestions: of anyone, at any time. Star with Orange Park and Live ..
Oak, both undefeated this season -
the responsibility which you have Once aaain I thank you for the The Tornadoes are now Equipped Plymouths! \
placed upon me. I now reaffirm my opportunity to serve in this impor- 5-2 for the season.
pledge to represent you to the best tant position.of Bradford travels to meet undefeated !

my ability. I feel that I have used Yours for a better county, Live Oak Friday night, ...._\Great!. .-?...-... = "
the time, since the election, to good RALPH BRYAN Jan 10, for A and B games to 1
advantage in aquaintingr myself with Bradford County Commissioner begin at 6:30: Next Tuesday ) Special Prices! /
the problems and considering ways District 3 they return '!home for a con
to improve our county. I have many P. O. Box 154 Starke test with St. Augustine, a team Great! !
they beat 62-48 In St. Augustine
ideas, no doubt some good and some Phone: 96t6208bad 13. 1
Dec.
; but with the help of the other (Paid for by County Commissionerfour Statistics fJe"" 196 Sport Fury Special! /)
Commissioners I'm sure we can Ralph: Byran)
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day of the month. A verdict of Justifiable homicide \. I
Speaking for a delegation of was :returned last Friday TERWILLEGAR I
seven, Russell Green requestedthat by a Union County coroner's Jury MO.T-OIS ?
signal lights be placed In the case of James Less!.;, 24,
where the Georgia, southern charged with the December 29
Railroad crosses SR-235 at New murder 'of Ms stepfather! William It
River. Some of the others spoke Parmenter, of Jacksonville.
out concerning the danger of ;Parmenter, 53. slats after t
was 1
that crossing and told of narrow he had driven his car to borne' : Sells For Less *

"You escapes gotta they be had on had the there track on Bradford-Union SR 125, Just County west. of line the, --- Highest Trade-in Allowance -- Low Bank Rales __. :

i before you can see the train," where his ex-wife, Mrs. Irene
one said. Rosier Parmenter, was staying: : 36 Months To Pay Our Volume Sales Assures
"I don't know how much value with her mother. You Complete Selection :
you put on a human life but Under questioning by Assistant
It's one heck of a lot more thana State Attorney Mack Futch, Mrs
few cotton picking lights," Parmenter and her mother, Mrs. : Largest Best Equipped Best Trained Service
another commented. Catherine Rosier, unfolded their Department In This Area :
Commissioners: agreed to Install story of being terrorized by Par. .
signal lights and decided to menter during the to weeks :
get the ball rolling by writingthe preceding the fatal shooting And You Buy With Confidence When You Buy
railroad and the State Road "When I'd get off work, he'd From Us. :
Department. follow one down the road," Mrs. : ".nrapwr'n I;. .. .
: -it .'" ,
At suggestion: a committee I _
Bryan's "
Parmenter testified. "I Intend '1 -
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was appointed; to study to get rid of you,' she quoted : Serving ; For -4; :. i 41
sick leave. and vacation time for her Tormer husband, whom she j! ; i.-
c '....ty employees such as those divorced lute September This # z. Eleven 4 r :
working in the county road department Mrs. Parmenter said the site i f
) !! civil defense control. The committeeof stopped Baldwin on her 'Way ; 41
Bud Norman, chairman, Ze- home from :work at a :Duval 'd : i / I al 1r
Ira Hamilton, and Ralph Bryan> food store,
County and sought
will meet Tuesday Jan. 14, at the help of Constable Emmett : New Cars To 41
7:30 pm. at the CD building. Roberts ,
Other matters brought up by It was also at Baldwin\ that :
Bryan and referred to the com Lesslg. :her son by a. previous\ : Select From i
mittee of three (Norman, Bryan, marriage, encountered Parmen- :
and Zedra Hamilton) were pay ter."I'm : OUR BUSINESS IS .
hikes for county road employeesand going to kill you-or you're ;
a distrlct-by-dlstrlct work going to kill me," Mrs. Par j :
.schedule for the road depart-; menter quoted her ex-husband : SERVING YOU R i
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ment.
as saying.
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Bryan also noted that his She testified that she and Les- I 4
Commissioner manual requires, Service goes far beyond initial selling with
sig received a police escort to
that the sheriff or one of his the' Baker County) line, where us. It means offering the finest cars and THIS IS FORD COUNTRY
representatives be present at officers escorted them to the trucks in their field. It means fair prices i
each regular Commission meet- county' jail at Macc enr.y. While on all repair and replacement work It I
Ing. Other Commissioners agre- officers were arranging for an means promises!! kepi on service deadlines. I
ed that this Is required by law escort at the Union County line. It means a sincere "Thank You" for the NEW TRUCKS What Are You Driving?
and said that it had been done Parmenter burst Into -the Jail I
trust you have placed in us. It means we
for awhile. Darby was directed .
and threatened them again Mrs. I
to write a letter to the sheriff Parmsnter testified.! nil! continue to do all in our power to keep IN STOCK NO. 1 IN CAR AND TRUCK SALES FOR 1968 Starke, I

asking him (or one of his representatives Union County officers:: escorted a satisfied customer. and BRADFORD COUNTY
) to be present at I
;; ; them to Mrs. Hosier's home on
all regular meetings. SR 125 about, half' a mite! east CLYDE I
Darby was also directed to of Its intersection! with SR 121. i.n,,__ n; TERWILLEA; ; '
write a letter to Jack Trawick, "He was tryJngtl) males me NEWMUSTANGS
asking him to be present at all go back and live In the same :
meetings. house with him," Mrs. Parmenter EDWARD "
In other action, the Commissioners continued, adding that :her VICKERY r" w, I
: husband waited her back to .
Agreed to meet with the bake care of their' 14-year-old HAS RECENTLY I
Bradford County Development daughter,who lived with him- JOINED OUR SERVICE I
Authority following an already not to come back as his wife. DEPT. STAFF trDIN. FROM I
scheduled meeting with the Mrs Parmenter's mother then : VITES ALL
Chamber of Commerce. The recounted what she recalled as FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS :
meeting is set for 2 p.m.. Monday days' of terror behind locked( TO VISIT $
Feb. 3. doors at her Union County home, HIM. 1 9 0 .y .
Decided to purchase, at a cost while' Parmenter frequently pas t
of $168., a time clock fcr the sed back land fcrth., Deputies'had
county road employees who will ,been summoned to the home : .
now work on an hourly basis. several times .in recent weeks on FULL ,'i'J<%t ,. .- t
Granted to the library for,the reports that. Parnveuter .wad PRICE J .tfI ....."._.., ...: :\, 1
purchase! of books and some threatening the family. ---
equipment $1,705 which' had been Mrs. Rosier said that oa Sunday New Finance Plan On 5 YEAR OR 50,000 WE HAVE 'EM --- RANGERS -_-1
acrymulating: in >a library fund. Dec. 29, her grandson iLes4Sig MILE WARRANTY TRUCKS :
Decided to notify the :Ctate had gons hunting, taking : Auto Repairs CUSTOM CABS --- LONG AND, j
Road Department that they areicacly along a rifle and shotgun. She
to proceed with the wide said that Parmenter had appeared Any Major Repairs can be SHORT WHEEL BASE 1

lug and re-surfacing ot bU-16 again In his from 301 east to the county line. !left before a deputy arrived. on Monthly
At first, SRD officials planned ,The two women testified that Payments.NO NEW FORD WAGON :
to resurface 16 between
simply Lessig returned home liter In MONEY $10000DISCOUNT
the city limits and the county t tlhe lafteitiaon: and that Mrs. DOWN!
lins. They then decided to widen (Rosier saw Parmenter !pull up 1968 :
the road all the way. and stop in a driveway
"Look out, Jimmy! Mrs. FULL POWER AND AIR AUTOMATIC 1
Parmenter quoted'her mother as
BoardHomeless screaming "He's got a gun I" COMPLETE ,390 V-8 :
(Mrs. Rosier! testified. that Les-
sig jumped behind! tnelr own :
MOTOR ASSEMBLY
car and opened up !with both :
his rifle and shotgun. She saw
iPartnenter's !hand go( up once, INSTALLED j
then fade, out of sight. His body S :
H. A. Lawson and Rodney Hall, slumped over in the\ front seat Ford Cars
respectively. LAwson has beenon Mrs. Parmenter who said .she N .
the board for 18 years and had remained .in her bedroom As Low .
has two more years to go before during the shooting, said that $20-00
.his present term expires. !Lessig came to her ''afterward : As .
Hall ij Just beginning his third and said. "Mama, I didn't want GOO
four-year term to have to do it, but I had no No Us :
Casey also Informed then ether choice" Down Payment Q
: oard that it will asume the Union County Sheriff John, m :
responsib'lity'! of assessing new Whitehead testified that Par-
employees a* the portion of menter was dead when :he arrived 1
School Board Trustee became
at the
scene shortlyafter
obsolete when the new!! constitution the shooting, and that Lessig BLOCK
Chevrolet $
went into effect turned his BUllS over to Deputy $14951967? .- F'd Mustang !
In other action the board: Albert Sweat, According.: to the JL -Was informed by Board Attorney Sheriff, .a loaded pistol lay on ASSEMBLY
George: Pierce! that the seat of Parmenter's car, AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONED.
RADIO AND HEATER. POWER STEERING AND :
HEW and Bradford County have and a loaded shotgun on the AS LOW AS
filed their final briefs and that floor BRAKES, VINYL ROOF.
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the decision concernng Bradford The Jury took over an! hourto
County Status under the decide that the shooting $1695 $
was -1962 Ford 2-Ton
19C4 Civil Rights Act can now Justifiable homicide and that ..Mo. 995 $
1963 Ford i
be rendered at the discretion of Least was "acting In lawful, S TRUCK 695 -- Fair-

the hearing examiner. defense of himself, his family, No Down LANE WAGON
ONE OWN Eli.
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Our editorial i jlJi1 Remember.?

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\ NI' old year was ushered out dedicated sc.no.oi. teainer' at ins C. .1 Carter, Seaman Ic, whoIs (

\ and 1944 .welcomed to Bradford Clay Hill school became a Tele- stationed at .Fernandlna.Cpl. ,
,. J.Pt. at New Year's Eve graph correspondent In Janu
oR / County a Robert Green a patient
Cabaret Dance at which 700 ary ,1944. She came to know the .at O'Reilly General Hospital,
/ pieces of cake 13 gallons of people of Clay Hill well and to Springfield, Mo. who visited his

She Served Well punch several bushels of) oranges :love them. She ,was ,well lovedIn parents Mr. and Mrs. Adam
and pounds of candy were return ''and still keeps contact T, Green.

served. with many of) her old !pupiLs Pvt. Paul Hudglna.: ParrIs Island -
Except for,the war which took who are now grown with families !- spent the holidays with

A well-deserved tribute was paid ficient manner, Mrs. Chapman has beenan so( many local boys away most of their own. his wife and little daughter..

Tuesday to Mrs. June Chapman, man- asset to the ASCS office here since people agreed that 1913 had beena Miss Burgess married and left Sgt. L. ,::. Hamilton, stationed:
I agrer of the pretty good year. Shortagesand Clay Hill but that did not end In Indiana, visited
Bradford County Agricul. she took charge more than four years his wire
substitutes for many things her Interest In the place and here.
'
I tural\ Stabilization &: Conservation of- ago. Participating farmers in the Coun- / had not seemed to hurt business the ''friends she made there. She Sgt. A. E. Wall of .

I fice after 22 years of service with the ty have been fortunate to have these t\ / too much, according to accountsof is 'now Mrs. Mohr of Sulphur Va. spent only a Camp few hours Picktt.

I ASCS, the past four and a half years complex programs administered hereby local merchants.W. : Springs, Indiana and still writes here with Mr. and Mrs. W. L.

I : in Bradford County. a person who knew how to be an (B. Sewell president of the occasional column. She is Wall.

efficient administrator, while at the Florida Bank at S arke, reported a widow and retired 'and her Cpl.] Inman Green spent two

: It same time not neglecting the more human that bank deposits were Interests are different but the weeks with his parents. Mr. and
was a fitting climax to Mrs. Chap. '
: / at an ''all-time high of $1.752.- things eihe wlrltes about are !Mrs. L. D. Green.MId.E'hlpman .
man's years of service here that announcement elements of courtesy, warmth, and 822.64 topping 1913 by $123,552- still interesting perhaps because: '
I ; was made at this time that genuine interest in the people and prob- ./ .47 U. S. notes and bond '(holdings she has never lost 'her love: ot) *> snodemrv Emmett PerryM .

I : the Bradford County office, under her lems with which she was dealing. Increased more than 550 people and apparently It gets a visit with his cj parent.patHnjw' Judge UEUI!

I supervision, had been selected as the per cent from $817,875 to $1.- through because her column la and Mrs. E. K. Peryman.
i best in its class in the eight Southeas- 236.247 in 1943. still of Interest to many read -

tern States. It had previously been selected As the personal tributes paid to Nat Sternbersr, who had teen ers Little] Betty Denmark wrotea
Mrs. Chapman at the testimonial lunch- associated with the merchan- "Thank you" letter to
] Santa
as the best among forty competIng eon Tuesday brought out, it is a privilege tile business in Starke since Service Men who were home Claus but she also reminded him

counties in Florida.] This is the to have known and worked with 1911, said the :past year had during some of the Christmas that he had not brought her entire .
first time that a Florida county has been the ,best in his memory. holidays included: order. It
such a person as she has demonstrated seems that a doll,
won this distinction, and Bradford :Mrs. Fred F. Stump, who man Sgt. George Silcox who( return. teddy bear and riding
herself to be throughout the she pants
years aged the family departmentstore ed to Fort Jackson. S. C. after ,
County should be proud of the honor were mlising. Never-the-Icss
has served in this she
that has been brought to it and the agency, and we can .z ., .--- ,r ;_ -'-- and J. M, Alvarez' :, alsoa a. visit with his father J. 1* thanked him and asked him to
only add a wish' for her enjoyment to clothlnj store operator, both Silcox. 'write back."

I : entire state. the fullest of a well-deserved: retire- A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE said that they toad ''had good .

ment. 'eare.
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:, In her pleasant, cooperative and ef- President-elect Richard M. Nixon has pledged C. F. Priest, Who managed e
I I variety store, stated that there
. ; that "the great objective" of his administration will was more money In circulation Letters to U.SMAL
and Miss Pat Lamb said that
: I Looking into 1969 he "to brinE the American people. together." business had been good. She had

mailed mare:> than 200 pieces ofJewelry
lie explained that lie ,,'illltavt' an open Administration
for soldiers who want the EditorDear

IE years, like earthquakes, were measured ing newspaper columnist put it, perhapsthe "open to new ideas, open to men and ed to send presents to someoneat I

I on a seismograph, 1968 would be tide has turned. Certainly the flight women of both parties' open to critics as well as home
I reckoned near the top on any Richter around the moon is a vivid reminder of -
I Scale. Above all, is this true of the United men's ability to overcome obstacles. The those vho support us." There 'was a decline in marriage .
licenses in the county for Mr. Mathews: In the area that doesn't require
I States, where one sensational develop. smooth transition from the Johnson to the We have the opportunity to assist the Administration the year however, explained by Just the other day :I received Inspections. Rejections fell to

ment followed hard on the heels of an- Nixon administration has created an unexpected ,so many YO'UI1.gmen. being In a research report on) Inspection 42.6% in the once) a year area
I other. Indeed, there have been very few aura of good feeling. There is a in achieving this worthwhile objective dur- military service. The licenses frequency versus' mechanical and to 34.1% tn the twice a

I years in the 192 years of United States continuing determination to do some- ing the year 1969. Petty political maneuvering must totaled 782, a. drop >of ,168 from condition of cars on the ihlgh- :year area. In Memphis Ten-

I history to equal the one now ending. thing to relieve the plight of the poor and 1942. 'way. and I thought that you nessee, where Inspections! are
I Choose: merely the most sensational the discriminated against. And America give way to sound, positive action at the executive, might like to pass. It on to your required three times a year,
Fifteen boy scouts from readers. there was only a 12.4% rejection -
t American events of this past year; a Pres- continues to produce the material where- legislative, administrative and public levels. 70 took an over-night hike Troop to ) rate.

ident (elected some three years previously withal to meet its physical problems. Crystal Lake with the Scout. The report from the HighwaySafety Remember thai the :rejectionof
by an overwhelming margin) forced Finally, down-to-earth talks on Vietnamare Each of us should lend positive( public supportto master, Rev. Charles H. Allen. Research Institute of the ) a car means at least one and

not to seek reelection, two highly Influential gradually emerging. sound constructive!! objectives, which not only They stayed at the Patray cot. University. of Michigan leavesno sometimes .several defects that

F public leaders assassinated, universi- Outside the United States, the turmoil tage and the next morning explored doubt that the ofter.er vehicles could cause an accident.
ties and colleges :in unprecedented turmoil is equally .revere:; : the tensions within will achieve the goal of togetherness, but will accelerate ,an Indian 'mound, coming are Inspected) : the better III short the fewer Inspections,

a national political convention Marxdom over Czechoslovakia, the many our economy into a better America for all.FARMER'S home with bones and !piecesof the safety condition of cars lathe the lower the margin of safety.Is .
pottery. it worth It?
forced to divide the country's attention challenges faced by the Roman Catholic Inspection scientific study area.A compared The people of Bradford County -
with a major riot an election complicatedby Church, the unrest in the Middle East, the '
Miss Lura Burgess, a young, cars in areas that have no Inspections should be commended for
the presence of an especially disruptive earth tremors striking Gaullist France, ,,"- -with those In areas their outstanding cooperation In

I kind of third party, and, to color coup after coup in Afrir-i'I and Latin "..... ; _" .. DIARYthe that require one, two, and three making Bradford County's Inspection -

I everything else, the deep nationwide split America, and the threat of overpopulation, '? Inspections a year. program a success.
p brought on by the :first war in American food-lack and underemployment. These opening: of the new court The rejection. rate, based on Sincerely
house In July ,and the chitting of :Prank L. Williams
, mechanical defects, was 93.9%
history which resulted in more or less of a challenges, like those in the United States, ,
county business: to a new boation. -
, stalemate., will be as insistent in 1969 as they were If you want a treat for your abroad. -

, It would be the worst kind of na'vet in ]968.If country eyes, take.and see a ride the jretty out In green. the. S SS "Shalaka," '9111.1vlslto1'S Rory. Calhoun from, singer, Lalnte

, 1o sliuf t one's eyes to the fact that such few problems anywhere can expect to fields that are !planted In cover So far as fanning concerned Big WesternSet Kazan, and Leslie Nielsen star

events are indicative of profound national be definitively solved in 1969, yet the over- crops. The color is restful and It appears likely' that the In a double feature program

,j travail, uncertainty, dissatisfaction, ten- all outlook for the world has its brighterside. suggestive of warm days ahead, trend toward' more land more At Fla. Friday and Saturday, Jan. lOll -

sion and self-questioning. It would be Men are coming increasingly to realize in contrast to all the other pec . will continue., In fact, today "SJialako a !huge western :! drama of an Army pay
unrealistic to thatthe' that blemc; arise .torbg-solved "nd browns dead veffstatica' wMchVis"1
equally suppose pr !
; when you 'ride around, the 'country adventure bringing together: roll heist. :W1!s Kazan, who hasa
.1 problems and the thinking which led to there is less tendency ,today ,than 'in the knocked in the head' tiy .
l you see poultry houses wherever super stars Sean Connery alter vocal range of 2'3 octaves
Jack Frost.
I such events are behind the United States past to believe that such problems are ; S By Sam McGarveyCarter you go and IOn almost Brigitte Bardot plays at the and has made numerous appearances -

.1 as it steps gingerly but hopefully into the foreordained and therefore irresistible. In Then, ICD: there are many every trip, ycu see new ones Florida Theatre SundayTues.. on) the Dean Martin

.' year 1969. For the last year of the decade fact, many of the problems and challenges pretty berry patches throughout under construction. day Jan. 12-14. show. is making her film debut.
seems certain also to be a twelvemonth mentioned have arisen from the very fact ) the area, but in some eases S S S An International cast also "The Ugly Ones." a new action
cabbages -
. gave ois 3 miniature The berry business seems to stars Stephen Boyd. Jack Hawkins western stsrrinor Paly's
which will test to the full the intelligence that mankind today feels greater hope the plantings eliow) the effectsof
I about!; the size of >a big be staying ,at 'about the same Peter Van Eyck, Honor Ella Karin and Richard Wyleraid
inspiration and goodwill and good sense than ever before and knows an unparal- the nine or) ten cold spells'We've the little heads Blackman
apple. She said level but we feel that a lot Woody Strode Eric Tomas! Millan, makes: up
, of the American people. leled determination to make this a finer had so far this season. .Infact sprouted from stems of) cabbages will depend oDn what happens: this Sykes, Alexander Knox and the double feature.Correctionl .

Yet there are hopeful signs. As one lead- world in which to, live. we saw: one planting of that toad been cut land season. Last year the growersdid Valerie French.
I berries that locked to bs In
that It was unusual for the not come out well at all, and, Connery, departing from liis
The Christian Science Monitor bad and It has
very shape, a volunteers to form heads. As a 'unless they have a good year in 007 roles, portrays Shalako, a
.. long ,way to g() before it will rule any second) growth of that '69. it may be that' some more scout for the V. S. Army who The! name of) Joy Sa PI'. sopn-

come Into production. This is kind forms something similar. 'will turn to other, more secure courageously attempts to lead omore was left off the lit of
: Indeed one year when the :plantings to the Brussels aprout.S means of making &. living. a party of European aristocrats: honor roll students published
Speaking Of Justice : have been held back by the SNot S S 0That's from imminent death on) an In- after the second six-weeks grad

.. weather. S S many robins are aroundas about enough of peek- dian reservation where they are ing period.
In fact, the only one Illegally a safari. The She Is the daughter of Mr.
yet. Ing into a crystal bill and predicting settingIs
The hand-wringers are ing a period when steadily increasing "The 'weather- continues to be
; professional :' we noticed 'was in our . at it agaul.P amounts of public money have been devoted cold with the result that a ( bush eating berries, and that for us. Actually, It in a very when such safaris were popular tey.
to alleviation of and number' of people) have caught:
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crime poverty that
the indication
skyrocketing good
Discussing Is a pretty good thing that iwe\ don't know
rate and the need for law and order at that in a period hailed as one of great colds or flu. We both grot laid the berry crop is way behind the" 'what's ahead because that .Is FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM

. a press conference the other day, J. prosperity the rate of crime has accelerated up during the holiday" season usual schedule. what makes life so Interesting;
by some king of "bu and lots
p Edgar Hoover was asked about justice beyond belief. S SS and exciting. '
of the The FBI chief Great Britain has had a similar experience cf others ccme out second 'best In this new year, a number S S S alcotopics 1 -
I by one reporters. In little -
bout with the same
suggested that justice was incidental. according to Lord Justice John trouble a maker. ''Of changes are In the offering, However, it is a .safe bet to 6;
p Passmore Widgery, of that nation's S SS dome Immediate and some later say that If we get some very
I Whatever amount of carping may Court of Appeals. Addressing the Am- on. :This! week, for) example, heavy rains during the :year '
will "While visiting; RlcJiard Carterto
bt1 made about the observation not
Ralph Bryan' was seated on the of .
that !problem drainage
P erican Bar Association, in Philadelphia,
get some Information on UHF ;
for those who arc murdered and
justice
provide commission >
the county countywlde will reappear, for as
he admitted he had the view
accepted television] reception, Mrs. Oscar
I robbed and denied the the school
raped or Charles Sawyer on
that with the welfare state establishedin yet little of a lastingnature has
I protection they have paid for through board. But the big one, will be been done about it. By PAUL. C. FORAKER
his country, crime would taper off.
taxation: and to which they are entitled. -- Editor, Information Services-
I Somewhat ruefully, h3 conceded that,
Is it that statutory punishment
I is nullified justice through legalistic legerdemain in spite of all that had been done to .' 'heat for the remaining cooking Hank P. Is 28 years old and a sense of "liberation" from

I ? Is it justice that a man who admits eliminate slums and wipe out poverty, \ It's a woman1sfJfJfff@J time, for 5 to 7 minutes. Cauliflower recently completed a cycle of religion, but later experienceda
the evidence revealed that crime is con- -1' like cabbage and :broccoli treatment at Florida Alcoholic profound() feeling of loss.
his crime should its penalty?
: ( escape tinuing to rise in Britain about as fastas = / develops a strong flavor Rehabilitation Center, Avon( After completing basic train.
We have heard a great deal in recent it is here. ( { and odor-as well as an off-color Park. At this point Hank has ing, Hank found he had more

I ;years about poverty being responI And when another speaker suggested if overcooked. Use the cocking been 'rehabilitated" as far .as time to drink in the Air Force
crime. Some of the chief exponents his alcoholism problem is con( than he had had in college. He
sible for that we must rely more on public water In 'a sauce to save water-
cerned. But how did he becomean got in trouble due to drinking
\ of that theory have wrappedthemselves housing and more handouts to combat soluble minerals and vitamins.
I alcoholic in the first place? three months after joining the
in cloak of alleged humanitarianism By Martha Sue McCain PROPER PRESSING
a crime Judge Widgery commented:
,
I Hank stayed clear of booze service, and spent 25 days in
and urged that they be given "Anyone here who believes that reliefof 'County Extension IMPORTANT until he was halfway throughhis the stockade.

I across:o to the public treasury with the poverty will bring a decrease in crimeis .. Home Economics Agent Preserve the beauty in today's freshman year in college. His four years in the Air

I assurance: that they could buy the bandits in for some kind of disappointment." fabrics by proper pressing methods The son of a minister, he had Force included several more

I off. They haven't put it quite that We've known a lot of poor people; advises Miss Martha &1"McOam not touched alcoholic beveragesall incidents due to drinking com

I bluntly, but it is the burden of their and they weren't criminals. But no one SPACE AGE CITRUS or astronauts In the nation'sspace :Economics, County Agent.Extension Home through high school and says plete with stockade sentences.He .
the idea of returned to civilian life.
drinking just never re-
.
I appeal.Tb encouraged them to believe that they Oranges and grapefruit are program.- For pile fabrics like velvet really 'occurred" to him. entered college. tried to controlhis
Tb record however, doesn't seemto could get or take something for going space age! Some day instead SPARK WINTER MEAL and corduroy use special. care. "Love at home was condi boozing felt his life wa

confirm their representations. Dur- nothing. of) eating a nice ,Juicy WITH CAULIFLOWER The best treatment Is on A. tional" he "I felt I'd be totally fouled up. Soon he found
I .. ..J Ne ws Gracevill range) or grapefruit, you may Cauliflower' one of \the aristocrats needle board containing\ hundreds loved only so says.long as I was a himself drinking to blot out the
I_ Just pop a few fruit tablets into of the cabbage family, of tiny needles. If :you 'good boy'" past. He says he hated himself
;your mouth. No peel, no spoon Is back to variety to 'winter don't have one. use & large -even despising his o\\n name.
His first drink was vodka and
:no juice In;your eye. meals. piece of the same pile fabrics Halfway through his senior
I The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Scientists trying to find new You'll enjoy the crisp white face up on the Ironing board or a. Hank"beautiful feeling he thing had"discovereda year Hank got drunk just prior
promptlygot
4o412jdf 'uses for. citrus fruits came up flowerets In tossed salads or) on thick Turkish towel. Place the to midterm exams amia
He this
at
looped. says pointhe
I with the tablets say food technologists relish trays !with celery and right side of the fabric down.( didn't realize drinking would granted a "medical drop" from

ESTABLISHED 1879 of the Florida. Agricultural carrot sticks. pickles and olives and press lightly 'w1' h a steam ever become a problem to him. the college. He says at this point

I Extension .Service. for company. Iron. Then brush gently 'With a However, he felt guilt when he the word "alcoholic" gave hima
They are about the size of Cauliflower can 'be cooked clothes brush or bit of pile fabric drank because of his home training sense of relief because he feltit
quarter, and eight of them equal with nary a "burp" left if you're to restore the pile. and he thus found himself gave him an excuse not to
I Always and for everything one orange or about half

s s giving thanks.-(Eph. 5:20)). grapefruit. :They're\ made from der. preare it by removing the the outer!\ fabric content of laminated futile effort to forget his feelingof his drinking and the trouble
FLORI i6AjjE concentrated fruit \itulce) which cuter leaves: and wash thoroughly materials .and use a press guilt. caused by it.
\ Is dried to powder form, The in cold running iwater. Examine cloth. If it's laminated :with Hank began to attend meetings
the of his
close
By sophomore
AS ) ON .powder Is pressed between steel carefully for Insects. Then foam don't allow foam to touch of Alcoholics Anonymous at
It is more blessed to give year, drinking had already
I this point. His periodic drinking
/: ) than to receive and it is some- :rollers to form a sheet then cook the head whole In 'a mod- the iron or It will stick. crowded out all other activities- became less frequent but more!

times easier to give than to the sheet Is ground up and compressed erate amount of water, uncovered Patent leathers should fee including studying. His grade destructive. Moving around the.
into the tablets. for '15 to 20) minutes, until pressed on the wrong side slid from "A" at the
average
remind he worked at the tradeof
receive. We need to country,
I E. L. :\I.TTHF.EdItDrPubllshf'r ourselves that there are two /What good are they? the "fork test' Indicates that If* the plastic Is backed .with cot- halfway point in his freshman piano tuning until becominga
The tablets are lightweight: done. Another method Is to cook ton. For"
each Thursday and entered. Second Florida resident and comingto
I Published sides'! of giving the joy of pleasant-tasting and it, broken into flowerets! in a
inexpensive brown wrapping' paper. Then sophomore year. He decided to
he has
FAR? Now hope.
Clacs Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida giving and the joy of receiv-' small amount of boiling water,
. so they can be used 'as a use a dry Iron oat the lowest temperature enter military service If are a "Hank" or a
i I under Act of March :3rd, 1879. ing. If we find joy in giving, nutritious candy. But scientists covered. until Just tender. setting.Metallic Hank says by this time he potential you "Hank." or if you know
let us remember that we bring have some more Ilselu1p1ans for As soon as the water cornea to fibers require only a had completely rejected religion someone with a drinking problem
I SnMcripllon In trade area: t year $5.00; Outside joy to those who give to us by them. They're a. simple compact A full steam: after you add the little pressing with a cool !iron: feeling that in order to keep write for literature from

trade area: I year, $5.50.: expressing our appreciation by way of supplying the nut- :flowerets, lift the lid a few seconds and a thin :press, cloth to help] drinking he had to destroy the FARP's Information Services.

, being good receivers. rients of citrus fruits to campers to allow /volatile materialsto prevent tarnishing. faith in which be had been Box 1147, Avon Park. Fla..
servicemen In the field escape, :re-cover, and reduce raised. At first he says he felt 33825.:

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extended illness. We bornIn vice employee, formerly of ...'j :, :, .<..: i ,? ., "' ill .
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Martha Tlsrm F.>well, and bad years. .: ",. whri pur truswi b. them will ,yaw tart- fef iM. f.. '

lived here all /of( his life. Funeral services were held at :" :;,:;r: "<..',..... .'...,....-, ..,,-:' py.. ._.."'!<"w.''x,<.rwav"'w. ::: :!' <.. .... 3F.'kasAO8a9tiei' : :: J.%..,. wr0"iJ'tt't1',::: ; '. ::''!;:_'''_:1'1._., ,... )< .:,''';'>' '. +:...x::.......,.......,,.....,.,..<<.............. .: 't.'..>.:;!'1<<$"-1"::...:::::: H}"',1.r: : J1.j:;.: .r' .0"" ,U mw. $ :?{'1.;m'xK': ::,,;{. 1l'J1',8-t! : I
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Surviving/ is one brother, p.m. ,
Luther O Powell, .of Starke. side in Santa Fe Cemetery with CALVARY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Funeral services! were heldat Rev DeWitt T. Farabee Jr., Sunday: School 10 a. m, MornIng CHURCH HIGHWAY It N.
3 p.m. Thursday in St. Mirk'a pastor of the First .Methodist< Worship 11 a. m. Training Sunday: School, 9:43: a. nvJ I I Ii
Episcopal: Church, of which hewas Church, officiating Arrangements a member, (with Rev. J. were in charge: of De- 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service -
Thomas Staab officiating Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. 7:30: p. m.-Rev, R. H. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service -

Interment was in the family Butler, pastor. 7:30.:
plot in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith RegistrationStarts -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Jan. 7th DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH I, ... ..-- -.. .., .. ... ..-,,-...., _,. ....
BROOKER ::. "'-- -- #.1 < ::
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Home in ., ; v' Y" -"
charge of arrangements ... ...... -" : 0 ."....#", """"'#N'W" '. _____ "H_' 'M .cUll H'q., t
At Santa Fe JC Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH t ::: .I"> I < 'h

Active pallbearers:, were Kenneth Worship, 11 a. m. Training Sunday School, 10 am. MornIng .:':.::.: ...
,Grlder, John Godwin, Orle 'Registration for the winter Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.t : f 1
Wiggins, Henry Godwin Paul term (Term HI) at Santa Fe 7:30.: -Rer. Lacy Conway. -Rev Fred Johns, pastor. i t
Canova, and Joe Sistrunk Junior College is scheduled Jor pastor. i
Tuesday and Wednesday Jan-
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Mrs. uary 78. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST BAPTIST :::::-
PoythressServices NEW RIVER
Registration will be conducted CHURCH t
Held in the West center auditorium Located en Bayl ss Highway Sunday:! Schcol, 10 a. m. MornIng !!lii1
11 Training
Worship a. m
723 W. University. Avenue ,iSR 225 at Raiford Road
At Macclenny Gainesville, between 8:30: a.m. (SR 16>. Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship. j
and 3:30 Services: Sunday School 1ft 8 p. m. Wednesday night ser -
: p.m. both days with a l
Mrs. Minnie Poythress, 82, along special night session set for a. m.: Sunday Morning Worship, vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel Iii!! ,
-tlme resident of come-L, L. Parker, pastor. .
Macclsnny
Tuesday, from 6:30: to 8 p.m. 11 a. m.: T.-alnlng; Union, 6:30p. : lZi\
and mother of Mrs. John A. for the benefit of working stu m.; Evening Service, 7-:30: ; :;:;: .. : 'M':;.' "'" '.
Torcde of Starke, died Wednes- dents.It Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday CHURCH OF CHRIST m1; '> t
day, Jan. 1, in : Bible Study 10 a. m.i: .
Sunday
hospital .
a Maclenny .
Glenn Law-
is .
predicted that 7:3o-Rev. '
the enrollment ]]- : ::::: .
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and Communion
She
Worship
was a member of the Morning
at the College will exceedthe hon, pastor, I
First Methodist Church of Mac- Service, 11 a, m. Evening
reecrd
total of
1,786 students
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IIt t
lenny, the UDC and was a char. who attended Santa: Fe BAYLESS HIGHWAY services, 6:00.Wednesday: .
ter member of the Macclenny : Worship service 1..
during the 1968 winter term. BAPTIST CHURCH (
Woman's Club. Minister Jack P. Bell I I ROTECTION FROM THE ELEMENTS
Classes for the winter term Sunday School, 10 a m.; Morning p. m
Besides Mrs. Torode, she is will open on January: 9 and end / Worship Service. 11 a. m.: I
survived by three other daughters (March 23.ADDING. Training! Union 6:30: p. m.; Evening NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
17 grandchildren, .and five CHURCH
Worship 7:30: p. m. Sunday t ;::1:;: has been said in the Lone Star Slate that there is nothing between Texas and the II
greatgrandchildren.Funeral Schedule of services:
MACHINES\ !; jnau- Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Morning Wor- ;::::: North Pole but a barbed wire fence. That. certainly gives you the idea that in Texas you'renot
services were held at School. 9:45: a. m.
ual or electric. For Mia of 7:30: p. m.; G. A. Meeting, Wed. I
11 a.m. Friday In the First ship, 10:45: a. m. Training: :;:;:! given much protection from the cold North wind.
rent. Add lubtract credit bal ne ; p. ;
::: There when think there is and comfort affordedfrom
times
Methodist! Church Macclenny ion, 6:45: p. m. Evening ::: are you might no protection
ance.Bradford Tel ,, 7:30
Wednesday
Interment was in Woodlawn County : : p. m.: 7:45.: Mid'Week Prayer un-I :::::: the hardness and cruelty of the world. But there is a buffer between you and the
fraph.WE Brotherhood: meeting last Mon-
Cemetery. day in each month. Rev. David Wednesday! : 7:45: p. m. .;if 1 world. This help and protection is the church. As members of the church you are with t
MeJelras' pastor, 1:1:1:: good people of like minds who 'love you. pray with you. comfort you and assfct you. They
HAVE THE GENUINE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I I .::::: are the ones who "by! hue serve one nether," (Gal. 5.13).' )
CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 9:45: a. m. t1; We invite you to attend the church of your choice this week. You will find a warm
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Youth ;::::: welcome there. t
Shatterproof 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.
Suidny: School. 10 a. m. Worship Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Prac- m11 "And this commandment we haue from him. that he who louetli God 'looe his brother

tiff Flexible Services: 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. tice, Wednesday 8 p. m. t m also"
; m. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30: Rev Robert D. Burch :;111; I John 4:21: t

Long-Lasting p. m-Rev. Chester .1Shoc:.DPe,

o I ON.y36 p un rI.t pastor RAIFORD of BAPTIST services CHURCHSchedule : SundaySchool I I, 1'nro-' ;; ;'Inn:: / ; : ;h:; ': ;;;i ;: i W"aw; 11

t HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 10 a. m. Worship. 11 a, Ihi Church It God I oppointid agtnty thil s world lor I ifuioding t knowlttlgi of Hit Ion 1
Cleorl -36 Isabel' wide- (Highway 100 at There&sa) m and 7:30: p, m. Training Union. 1:::1 for man and of HIS demand lor man to riipond to that Ion by loving hu ntighbor' Without,' ;;1; f

Cr Alt' M 28" L. 48" widthsSTARKE Sunday School-10 a. m. 6:30: p. m.-Rev. JacK ::::: thIS grounding In Ihs fD'. ol Cod, no governmtnt or witty' or way aI''lift,' will, 'long e. ::;::.

Morning Worship-11 a. m, Stolte pastor. t 1:1::;, pffstvoro and tht Irfttdomt which wi hold so dear will'imvitablp, ptnth Thirilort, Ivan .: : ::;:i
11/ Training Union-6.30: p. m. :.'::"::: from a clash, point ol' view! ont should support 'It.. Church for the lafci ol 'II.. willortol Fat :.:..::..::. f
rI tl 11. JrStern.
Evening WOl'Shlp-7:15: p. m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST :::::: himull and hu lomil,.Biyond thai', howtvlf miry piuon should uphold and par. tj :::::;
Wednesday! : Night! Prayer Services Sunday School.( 10 a. m. M 1::::: 'llnpali' In 'the Church owouw. II' ,lilli the truth about man's'' lilt, doth and dtitiny; tht ::1:;:;
Doors end Born, touhrv Iror.cts walls, Chop, Co..... -7:30: p. m, Rev Merle ing Worship. 11 a. m. P rn.1 :::::: truth which olont will i&, ) him ,...to h.t as o child of Cad GllN :::
Windows. Penh end Hog Mouse b.hrnd.t.v0 Garln.nl Boar. :::
Intl. ur.s Windows snh. table, Shower Cura.nr Packham pastor: vices (Booster Band, t
People and Prayer Service), 6 !!br'I" (:;..w. *".....J. .im.l...
FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF GOD p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. I I
BUILDERS SUPPLIERS OF STARKE Midweek Service. Wednesday 4

WASHINGTON ]>h. 964-5270 West Weldon:\ St. and Raiford 7:30: p. m, E. R, Bowers, D. D..
215:> E.

Sunday School Road: 10.00:() a. m. astor, j I F

11:00: a. m Morning Worship: GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH I I
GOO: p. m C. Ai Services; 7:00p. : STARKE 1 ... :, .
I Serving Florida m. evangelistic! Service Sunday School' 10 a. tii nlorn-! : ,. .
Since 1950 Wednesday; 7:30: p m, Midweek Ing Worship: 11. Traf t'ng u.v HURST SHELL STARKE "|66"
Prayer Meting :fen. 6 p. m. Evening Worsh'p.: FAULKNER "
Pastor: Lester: F, Richaidson. 7. Wednesday Prayer Service:
c9 orrdu ;7:30.: -R n', Virgil Lovett GULF SERVICE SERVICE SERVICEU.HAUL

r......--.. Qreetlng...... 8ef'l1"ce."'""' &nc.Cordially CHURCH OF GOD ''tor. Y'I' RENTALS Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 t

422 N. St, Clair 'St., Staike. SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST Tire Truing
'
I Sunday School. 10 a. m. Worship CHURCH
/Ii '
Mrs. Carolyn I ,',,i i''I I W 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Sun 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services I Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting(
Eaves ii TI day. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. : Sunday School. 10 a. m. t
Representative Welcomes Fl'iday.ReClester! J. Shoup. Preaching, 11 a. m. Training Complete Lubrication ;;I. Brake Service
o*, pastor Union, 3:45: p. m. Evening Wor- I Minor
Ph. 964-5S12 Tune-Ups Wheel Balance and I
You and Your ship, 7 p. m. Everyone welcome t I, ':',

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor Alignment ,
24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
Starke New Home FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1011 N. Temple Avenue
STARKE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Hiway I 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Jan. 12 Sunday Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 964-5899 t
The State of FloridaIt School Sunday, 9:45: aim- Morning'' \School 9:45: a. m. Morning'Worship I *10 S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs
10:45: a. m. Evening Service -
Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and Worship at 11: sermon" : "Christ 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke''
Llveth in Me. Youth Choir
To Aqualnt You With Your City.If Practice, 4:30: p.m Training Wednesday 7:15: p. m. STARKE BUILDERS I,

Union, 6:15.: Evening! Worship, -Charles Reese, minister I '

you are new in the area, a phone 7:30: ; sermon: "He Was Wounded : MARK'S EPISCOPAL t SUPPLIES, Inc. I LAWSON
for Our Transgressions." ST.
call will bring you a prompt visit Monday, Jan. 13 Deacons CHURCH. STARKE MEAT MARKET t
OF STARKE INC
Sunday: Services: Featuring Ace Hardware '
will met: at the Morgan!: Road
from your local hostess. Please give Chapel, 7 p.m Lottie Moon CIr- 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist. O AND COLD STORAGE
cle meets at the church, 7:30.: 9:45: a.m. Church School. t' Complete I Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25 t
her a call! She has maps and many Tues., Jan 14-Helen Masters 11:00: a.m. Family Service. and We Specialize in Custom Slaughter
Goods
(Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Sporting 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Circle meets at church, 10 a.m.
free and wonderful gifts for you Lug, Cutting and WrapptnfPrepared -
Ida Circle meets with Mrs D. Sundays: Morning Prayer, 2nd t
from local businesses. L. Silcox.: Lorena Epperson and 4th Sundays), Check With U. First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 for Deep Prn ,
Circle meets with "Mrs' S. L. -J. Thomas Staab, Rector! 219
Washington St
Peek Sr., 3 pm. Junior Choir 964-5270 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEAND

Practice, Sunbeams, 3:30:: p.m. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN .I A
---- Primary Choir Practice, GA's CHURCH' U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 RETAIL I
Sunday School 10 a. m. Mornin -
meet, 4:15.: Ethel Diggs Circle Phone 964-7059 ,
< Worship at 11. Evening
meets with Mrs. (Myrtice Nichols ;
7:30.: Worship. 7:30.::> Rev Carl I LO.IDA
Wed. Jan. 15 Bible 'Study Class Clarke, pastor. DAD & BRAD SALES t
10 am. Sunday School Teachersand
NEW METHOD
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH EST
Officers meeting, 6 p.m. MODULAR HOMES ;
Prayer Meeting (business HAMPTON I ,
4 meeting), 7 p.m. Church, Choir Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn CLEANERS I i
PractIce, 7:45.: ing Worship! at 11. Training JI 24Ft. Wide ,
-W. A, Hogan. pastor. Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night taaNfKONTNOL Under New Ownership -:
Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed Also 12Ft. Wide
Your Certified Master t
by choir practice. Starke Nursing -

\ it WHYXoRRY FIRST UNITED METHODIST Home service, 2:43: p. m. I MOBILE HOMESCampers Cleaner
Dry
STARKE -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor.
6S9 E. CaD St. SUrke, Fla. and Traveltrallen I
SundayChurch School 9:45: OAK GROVE BAPTIST Free Moth-Proofing _
a.m.: Morning Worship: at 11. CHURCH Phone 964-6745<< for FREE Keystone Heights Dellnry'' 0
V ", .\, MYF Snack Supper, 6 p .m.; bunday School, 10., m. Free Pick-Up and t
MYF Meetings, 6:30: ; Church- I Inspection and. Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320
Training ; t
j Morning Worship at 11.
wide Mission Study, 7:30.: Unoln, 6:45.: Evening Wor- 311 N. Temple Ph. "..5114 t ;
Monday-Jr. Girl Scouts, 3:15:
ship, 7:30.-Rev: Luther A. McGee -
Circle 2, 3:30( Methodist; .
? p.m.; : ; .
pastor.MADISON: .
Men's Club, 7 p.m. WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT ,
Tuesday Circle 4 and 5, EDWARDSGrocery

, : 10 a.m.: Jr. Girl Scouts, 3:13: CO. ,
: p.m.; Wesleyan Service Guild, BAPTIST CHURCH STREET and Market .:.

7:30.Wednesday: Circles 1 and 3, Opportunities for service: Official Clue Rbif. Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed t Ij

Don't let that accumulation of over-due bills 10 a. m.; Younger Children's Sunday Jan. 12 Sunday td
Keepsake Diamonds
Title Problems GAS AND OIL
Choir, 3 pm.; Prayer Meetingand School, 9:45: aju. Morning Wor-
get you down! Consolidate your debts and pay Bible Study, 7:30.: ,
ship at 11. Youth Choir Practice, BULOVA WATCHES Abstraeta Jack and.Gladys Edwarda r-
them all off at once with cash can quicklyget Thursday Chancel Choir 4:30: pan. Youth Fellowship Supper t.
you Rehearsal, 7:43:: p.m.: Nomin- 5:45: Tra.lnlngUnion, 6:15.: IIS W. CaD Si. SUrke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Stark t

on a low-cost loan from us. Protect your ating Committee Workshop In WMU Prayer Circle. 7:15.: EvenIng -
Gainesville, 7:30. Worship, 7:30.: t Phone 944.7M4 1M W. Can Ph. 16/-63111 PHONE 964-5311

credit standing, get a fresh start financially! Friday Older Children's Monday, Jan. 13-YWA meetIng I

, Choir, 3:30: pm. 7:30: p.m..Tuesday CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc. t.
.
$25.00 : RA meeting 6:30: ;
TO
$600.00 We CARD desire OF to THANKS express! to our p.m. Circles 2 and 3, 7:30.: Owed] flr Those We Serve IB Twelve Nertheast Florida Covntlea .IIt..** Oar Members Lire Better ?
Wednesday, Jan. 15 Prayer
TOWN FINANCE COMPANY neighbors heartfelt and! thoughtful thanks for friendsour their (Meeting! 7:30: p.m Church Choir E1.etr1.bK.ynte... Heights. -Phaete .'.-4.11 I
Practice 8:30.Thursday.: ,
226 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964.744S many expressions of aympatSiT. Jan. 16-Sunbeam
The beautiful floral offerings
and GA's, 3:30: pjn.
were especially appreciated.
Denton Sumrall, pastor
Friends of W. C, Burton I'
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Starke Plaza Win FVVV'nmVnmyv7Ttwt gm..r..mYvvwvYm1 Burton and Mr, and Mrs Lee Mrs. Percy Sullivan' of Pa- Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Burton Mr. and MRS.: V7. H. fleshier '
of ,?,MA- and latka
Bates Gainesville
: visited her sister
and visited Rev. and Mrs. Bowen were Christmas visitors. of her
As Men's Basketball LAWTEYBy THERESSAB Mrs. John Burton of Hartford. brother, Dorothy and Harold at Inverness on Dec. 28 and attended son, Harold Relnart and family
Opens Conn., and Mr. and Mra. C. 8. Mills. Friday. They attended the dedication of anew at Eau Gallic.
Burton of Keystone Heights the funeral of a close family church of which' Rev. Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Doley Hersey.
The 1069! Men's City Basketball more than 4 points difference Enz: Blanduutf Dorothy Mlffis. Mr. and Mrs James. D. Phillips friend. Miss Suite Cherry, of to pastor. Rev. Bowen formerly Tammy and Robin spent last

I League got underway Mon until the last 3 minutes of the A.......&&.&.......& Phone 473-4911 \ spent the Christmas holidays Jacksonville\ at Deaden Cemetery was patter of Keystone 'week with her parents Mr. and
day night, Jan. 6, with Triest game. at Miami with-her: father Friday afternoon Heights (First Baptist Church. Mrs Ed
But-
Wayne McLeod led Stirke &&.......&.......&AAA4 Douglas, at Lake
I Construction and Starke Plaza Church Activities John D. Chesser and their :...
Plaza, and all scorers, with 16 United (Methodist: Sun 1r'P'.i.-- .. -.- -.n-, _hAt b.JLA --
getting off on a winning note. Grace Hope Baptist Church children J. D. Phillips, Jr.. -
; The first game \saw Triest points, while teammate John day School 0:45: a.m.Wor.shlp/ Sunday School 10 a.m.: (Morning Joseph:' Phillips, and Carolyn
i Construction overpower Bald- Watson chipped In 7 points. 111 a.m. and 7:30: ptn. MYF Woreihlp, 11: Training Union Prandl< and families Visiting
win Chevrolet by the lopsided; Dowling Produce had a cold Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 6:30: p.m.; Evening Worship Mr. and Mrs. Philips here fora.
night shooting with only 3 play First Baptist: Sunday School couple of is
.score of 4716. The game was 7:15; Wedne.sdayevenlni Prayer weeks her sister
never clo.se as Triest was led ers getting on the Scoreboard.Jim 10 a.m.t Worship. 11 turn and Service 7:30: ; with choir Mrs. Leola. Simpson of Miami.
by two players In double figures McMurtry and Jim Beeler 7:30: p.m.. Training Union 6:30: practice afterward. MUses Dora Driest, Susie
Billy Carnes had 12 and had 14 paint each and Larue p.m Midweek .cervices wednes- A New Year's Eve Fellowship Jones and Carol Ann and Nan-
Calvin Osteen 11. Bobby White Williams! got 1 point for all ofPI'oduce's day 7:30: pjn. Supper was. held Tuesday nette Hall enjoyed a slumber

vas high for Baldwin with 8 points. Church( God: Sunday School ngiht: at Hope Church and on, party Friday night Dec. 28. at
points. On Monday night, Jan. 13, 10 a.m. Worship! 11 'am. and Friday evening a group of the W. H. Hall Jr. home.
The .second game of the night Starke Plaza will meet Triest 7:30: p.m. YPE 'Wednesday 7:30: young people and adults from Sunday afternon visitors of
was exciting as !Starke Plaza Construction In the first ganje the church enjoyed an eveningof Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan
at 7 p.m. while Baldwin Chevrolet p.m.Highland Baptist: Sunday School were Mrs. Ruth
ihad to come from behind In skating at Lake Butler.. Broadwayand
the final half to down DowllngProduce will meet Dowllng Produce 9:45: a.m., Worship 0.1 a.m. New Life Bible Club Mrs. Teressa Crosby .t
,, 3729. Dowling Produce at 8:30: p.m. All games and 8 p.m., Choir practice 7 The New Life Bible Club for Christmas Day guests of Mr.
are played In the BHS! and
jumped off to a 10-2 lead earlyIn admission Is free. gym p.m., Prayer meeting Wednesday students In grades 1 through 6, and Mrs. Clyde Hall were Rev.
he first !half and then foughtoff 8 p.m.HOliday bas resumed regular meetings' and Mrs. Merle Packjham and
the Plaza five to go in at CERAMIC: CLASSES RESUME visitors of Rev. and each Monday afternoon after Matthew; Mr. and Mrs. Merle 7
halftime leading 15-13. Ceramic Classes will resume Mrs. Donald Denton were his .sohoolIn the mobile "Children's Packham Jr.: Mr. and Mrs.
In the second half, Starke Monday night, Jan. 13, 7-10 p. parents, Mr. and (Mrs. S. Denton Chapel" at Hope Church. Bill Phillips and Billy; Mr. and

Plaza took the lead for the first m.Sessions of Zanesville, Ohio, and Mrs. Congratulations: Mrs. Jimmy Ritch and Mr. and Get your Auto Loan
time, 1917. There was never will also be held on Denton'a' mother, IMrs. IPhelma To Mr. and Mrs Sidney Grifflis Mrs. Huron Visiting In the
fit Wednesday mornings from 9 Fagan, of( Boynton Beach. Jr. on the birth of a son, evening were Mr. and Mrs. where the action and are!
a.m.naon and economy
Thursdaynights
Those with the W. iF. Moore Stacey Alan, on December 23 Rodney Hall.
7-10 p.m There are no family on Christmas were 'Mr.
at Bradford County Hospital In Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan
fees and the only cost Is the and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Starke.To Jr. and Rusty spent Christmas* You want quick action in f nancingyournewcarrightYou -
material that Is used. family, of Live Oak, the S. D.
Matthew Packham, who Eve with Mr. and Mrs. Percy
BRIDGE CLASSES wantto
Andrews family of Wildwood. made the President's. List. at St. Sullivan at Palatka and Christmas -
Bridge Classes are now being; !Mr. and MM. Danny Thompson, Johns( Jr. College with three Day with her parents, Mr. save money on the over-all cost
held at the
Pratt Street Center
and the Tom Casey family. A's and three B's for the first!; Lad Mrs. Marshall Stricklandat of that ? For these and
each Tuesday night from 7:30-: Miss Shirley Christenson of trimester. norahome. car-right

9:30: p.m. for all interestedadults. Jacksonville spent the holidays PERSONALS Pvt. Dwight' Hersey Ft. Gorton other special bank Auto Loan ad-
.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan Ga., spent a Christmas
.
.r.rw There !Is no charge for the vantages come finance your'69 car
Ask Herbert Christenson. ,
i spent Christmas Eve night furlough with, relatives andfeLsiids
,k classes which will run for 10 Spending; holidays with Mr. and Christmas Day with their here. here. and now!

Charley weeks.SLIMNASTICS: .And Mrs. M. M. Jordan, were son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mrs Tom Young of Tallahassee
Mrs. Jordan's brother Gary and Mrs. Percy (Sullivan at Pa- la spending a couple of
E.John. The Ladies Slimnastlcs Classes Thompson, who Is stationed at latka. weeks here with her. brother-in-
are now being held In the IPt. Campbell, Ky., and Mr. Jor
Ricky Hall visited Gerald< law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Pratt Street Center each Tues- dan's. ,brother, Raymond Jordan,
Meng at Hampton Lake during I* K. Chllds.
I day morning from 9.10:00: a.m. of Jamestown, N. Y. the
holidays Miss Ann Mills of Atlanta;
for all Interested adult women. Prlscilla Tanner\ recently visited Christmas holiday guests of Mrs. Lula Mae Mills of Marletta .
About This Question: No charges are made for this Mrs. Ovid :Flitch and JannaIn Mr. and Mrs P. C. Mabry were Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold FLORIDABANK

Tampa. :Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Pledger of (Mills Jr. and children of Atlantis -
"If employees use their class.GLASS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lightfoot of Atlanta. The Mabrya spent Deo. Beach; Mrs. Percy Sullivan
own cars for some company Fort Lauderdale visited her mother 29 with Mr. and Mrs. Furman Jr. and Rusty; Harold!Mills and
i business and an accident Mrs. /W. M. Reddish, durIng Bell and daughters In Qultman. Miss Dorothy Mills visited Mr. AT t STARKE I
()occurs can the business FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors the holidays. Ga., Dec. 30 with Mrs.. Mabry'a and Mrs. Percy Sullivan: at Pa-
firm be held liable? Is this Mrs. L S. Tanner the purpose of Employers Bill Anders were visiting Mrs. Mrs. Robert Hess of Dunnelon and Todd spent New Year's Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Non-Ownership Auto Liability !Henry Bennett in a nursing 'home and New Year's Day wtlh her Eve and New Year's Day with
FOR EVERY PURPOSE
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
insurance?
In Jacksonville on Friday. !sister, Mrs A. J. Lowery. In their grandfather. Harold Mills
SHEA'SGLASS Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred Pendarvisand Jacksonville. and aunt, Miss- Dorothy Mills
Charley E. children spent Christmas Christmas week guests. of !here.

JOHNS AGENCY CO. with her parents: Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr. ---- .. ----- -_,__ ____ --u -- ,-
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C. p Gordon In Bunr.ell.. were her parents Mr. and Mrs. .
131 So.. Walnut 17J-4JIS 1T2-4JJJ Mrs. Mamie Futch was a holiday Sam Rollins of LaGange, Ga.
St. 1113 N.W. 4th W'' ajCalncivltU visitor of) her son-in-law and Attending the annual Christmas

Phone 964-S070 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D, J.
dinner of the Burton family START THE NEW YEAR RIGHTWith
Putney, In Jacksonville at the home of Mr. and Mrs
'Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest and Victor Burton In Gainesvillewere

r MUTUAL OF OMAHA'S with Lamar their spent son-in-law Christmas and daughter week Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.. Burton's L. S. Wllkenson parents, A New Or Used Car From

Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of Hawthorne: Mr. Burton's
In Jackson, Ala. mother, Mrs. Nell Burton of
Mr, and :Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of Hawthorne: Mr. and Mrs. Ski

F WILD KINGDOM Mr.Huntsville and Mrs., Ala.A. D.were(Dobbs visiting and TROPICAL PONTIAC

other relatives during. the holi!
days. Mrs. Bobby Norman ,and family.
SUNDAY 6:30: P.M. Mrs Lester Minton of India- Visiting the family during the

l STARRING IN COLOR napolis Ind. is spending a few week were Rev. James Walkerof _
days with her parents, Mr. and Highland Baptist Church. and
NBC CHANNEL 12 Mrs.: W, H. Green. 'Roy GriHIs of Plant City. -. 1969
Debra Grl/fls, daughter, of Mr. Weekend visitors: of Mrs. T. d.. S1Ct.
and Mrs. Carl s:.-Griffis, went Wainwright were Mr. 'and Mrs.
MARLIN PERKINS with her grandmother Mrs Llnnle Jack Wainwrlght and !amy!) "it
.
4 Hester of Jacksonville, to Waycross, Ga, Frank Wainwright '
Atlanta wlhere they visited Mrs.Hester's "
and of Jack
daughter
daughter, Mrs. C. E. .
Wilson, and family last week. sonville, and Louie Lee Wainwright -
Christmas dinner guests of < and family of ,Tallahassee.
:Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Massey James Wainwrlght and fam
and children were Mr. and Mrs. fly and Edward Wainwright and
Randal and Mr. and Mrs. Dearl family were guests on Saturday
Bradley of Jacksonville, Mr. and ,when Mrs. Wainwright had
Mrs R. L. Bradley and Mr. and Christmas dinner.
Mrs. Gary Bennett and sons. Mr. and:Mrs. Ray Dorman and m..nn.n.
son of Gainesville and Mr and
Mrs. Carl Hilllard, who resides -
(Mrs. Frank Dorman of Jackson.
with her son-in-law and
a' daughter, Mr and Mrs. J, B.Gasklns ville were Sunday visitors of Mr.
r has returned latter, visiting and Mrs. B. E. (Reddish.Mr. .
relatives in Fort Pierce. and Mrs. Phil Shuford of
Tallahassee and Mr and Mrs.
Jacen Hllliard and family of
Joe Shuford. of St. Augustine
Jacksonville
were Saturday: supper
41P guests ..of> the Gasklns. were visiting :Mrs. John Shuford
/, The family of Mr and :Mrs, and Dave ,and other relatives SPORTS COUPEEquipped
Carl Prevatt gathered at their during the holidays.
home for Christmas dinner. Mr. and (Mrs. Starling and
!t Those enjoying this event were Gwen spent Christmas with Mr. with automatic: transmission power $

Mr. and Mrs L. H. Harper, Mr. end Mrs. Earl Denmark in steering, head restraints, custom carpets, custom 2429

PRESENTED BY and Mrs. :Tommy Harper.;> Mr. Jacksonville.The New Year was observed foam front seat cushion, tinted glass, whit wall
and Mrs Wayne (Harper, and
:
NATHAN L. MODLING Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moore, iat Grace United Methodist Church tires and all other standard factory safety features.

JIT. 2, BOX 155; PH. 964-7405 all of Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. C. with Candlelight Communion
Prevatt of Lake Butler, Miss services conducted by Rev
ONLY DOWN

AFTER $299
STAUKE{ FLORIDA in .
' : Sallie Moore of Kingsley Lake, Mayton Gainesville.An IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Mr. and Mrs Bill Silver: of In- enjoyable (New Year's Eve CASH OR TRADE
REPRESENTING ... terlachen, Mr. and Mrs. Ronny (Watch' Service was held at the
MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANY Highland Baptist Church. Highland
Mutual' V Harper and son, and Mr. :and
::' Life Insunnca Affiliate: United of Omaha Mrs. Wayne Holllngsworth of Baptist Church held New
Year Eve Watch Best Used Cars In Town Priced To SellBONNEVILLE
OMAHA\r' services
OF Home Office: Omaha, Nebraska Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs.
Truman Norman and son and Mss! Elizabeth Terry spent
the holidays with Mr. and Mrs.
John Wyrlck and family In Tallahassee < 4-Door hard PONTIAC Catalina Station

f top full and air con $1895 Wagon': full power! with factory
JACKSONVILLE Mrs. Joyce Futoh of Girard, 165 ditioned.This one is a real 166 air conditioning. What 1995
DirectoryAuto Ga. spent the holidays at her
beauty, see it today a beautiful car and a tremendous
: home and with Mr. and Mrs. buy, only
:Benton Hutch and family In MG Midget i convertible _

Sales and Service MATERNTY WEAR PIANOS ,In Starke.Tallahassee Miss Mary, and Julia relatives Futch in 64 Come on you sports lovers, !$1 095 VOLKSWAGEN Sedan, this
h Chattahoochee.Mrs. drive it end buy it today at excellent condition, 795
64 isdon't
a low price of onlyVOLKSWAGEN
George Roberts visited miss out on this deal,
j Parrish Motors FOR MUSICAL ADVICE !Mrs. Earl (Roberts and family Square back, great transportation.

i } C. CARTER NICE :In Jacksonville Beach through 166 radio, heater, white wall $1495 i
the holidays. GTO 2 door radio
SALES ti res. For that real economy: hardtop ,
a r? SERVICE Visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Vernon buy, this is it. heater, white wall tires. V-8
Q 165
t PARTS a :i Olin during the holidays were engine. Sport around town $1595,
(oj
QO their son John, of Syracuse,
f lid Tempest, 4-door sedan V-8, in this one for ciily
is IN. Y. and
Rev. and !Mrs. Ronald
r : Always Good Vurd Can B Q Gunton of Wllllamstown, IN. Y. 165 automatic transmission. Ifyou're $1295 MGB Roadster radio, heater
356-5654 "Jack onv1l1e's Most Complete ;:: looking for the right -
921 Laura St. Ph. = Mr. 'and Mrs. Albert Sappen-
r;; this is it looks drives 4 speed. If you like to
for Mother-to-B
: Shop field spent ear, 165 $1295
C the latter part of
Christmas and the price is right too! be: sporty you just can't
; BEAUTY ACADEMY JUDY'SMATERNALANE week with their daughter miss in this one.
KIMBALL "SWINGER" and son-in-law( In Miami.
:; ORGANS Visiting the Sapplnflelds during
J American last week mere !Mr, and Mrs,
1007 P.rk.St. 355-5015
Hairstyling Rbosevelt Mali-388-8519 George Jackson, Mr and Mrs. I TROPICAL"SERVICE
; Thomas Jackson of Oakford,
I'; Academy MUSIC WESTERN STORE Fa., Mr and Mrs. Bob Cab-
'1)16113) and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde GMC
I 21 W. Monroe335.9591! Paulus Music Co. Joyner of Savannah, Ga. IS

..;, 7' Riverside Band ft atrtng- Instruments LITTLE DUDE friends Whidell in West Kelly Palm was visiting Beach TRUCK CENTER


;: Hairstyling Glbion Guitars A: Amplifiers Western Store last Sunday week.visitors of Miss Eliza OURBUSINESS" p ii i'i' Ti I 2101 N. Main St.I .

Academy School SuppUe8-ln.ltnlcUon. Western ClothiniLeather Beth J. D.Terry Kezinh were and'Mrs.Mr. and Kezlnh's(Mrs. 372-2583'

ttSi Park St. 388- 531 Roberta) Recorders) tiod., Saddle* and Trailers father Leonard Stricko1ea her of I Gainesville I
Modern Styling Charlotte, N. C. The Kezlnhs
Qualified Instructors Mualc Library-Expert: Charles A Sharon Patty were here durln Camp Bland- OPEN MON.-FRI. 8 A.M. TIL 8 P.M. SATURDAY ALL DAYS

Accredited VA ApprovedDay Ing days and rented an apart .r.lc. Dipt. Open Men., W.d. fir Fri 'Til 5JO: ; Tu... flr Thura. Til 7:30Sarv :
or Night! Classes 41 Repair W. MOM Department, ,."IL...." 903 B. Edxewood> 884-110 ment from Mra. Joyce Pistols In !<. Cloud All Day Saturday..
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and plan to visit here at the 'will be a meeting at HamptonCity -- -

church from time to time, they Hall at 7 p.m. In the interest -

HAMPTONBy said.Dr. of Santa Fe Cemetery .No Place For Them THAT f1r i .

Franklin has agreed Karnj to supply of Gainesville as- according. to Mrs. Mary Watterson. To GoA

Mrs D. E. IIUI! pastor for the church on a tem- Carolyn Meng, daughter' of ".,., .l ..
:
...
wants :
porary basis. Mr. and Mrs Paul Weng left 15 month old child found children, whose mother tist gives toothpaste< and toothbrushes wnall amount des k Charles! :

New Years Baby Jan. 2 for Ocala where she will by the police crawling across her sent, to the Girl's School In / to :name a few), but Darby; says< for foster firmics. "Oii -n-mirnlcl or c'mlty-,

Rev. Clarke ResignsRev ofHampton's Mr. and Mrs Johnny Davisof be working and living at the US-301; Ocala because she can't man-by more people and money aro Darby says the county simply h"ItrNJ! \ it di-pcmls" on whether,
Clarke pastor
Carl questioning
Hampton are the parents of Hobeau Farms helping with -Four children living in an age her Upon admits needed hadn't any more money to plvc. you're 'finiriy l yourself or
Christian Church for a son, Clay Adam, who was grooming and training; of the "indescribably filthy" .home the the Judge, the mother Tho County Commissioner'' The rest, medical! care f.IHI.| Wm. C'hafTee,
the past nine years, resigned the first baby born In Alachua &horses. i :; 18-month-old suffering from that the Kill Is not bad but that (budget $2,000 a year for the snl- money for clothing/ a place to someone!

Sunday, due to pressure of his County in 19C9. Born at 5:31: Ellis Campbell] of Virginia moluntrltlon almost of the pointof ( she won't go to school and fin- Sties of Dr. Jennings! and Judge stay; while a permanent home Is The Walnut (Iowa> Bureau

work In counseling! at the University am.; January 1, at Shands spent the :holidays here with heart failure, the seven- ally admits she won't go to Yawn. The county also pays for beltitf/ located! come from those "]n the! warfh! for J kriowl-<

of Florida. Added toMs Teaching Hospital In Gainesville Mrs. Campbell and their daughters nionth-old twins both covered school because she has no shoes :forms and docket books for who know these chIldren and erlpeyou usually find) how little

duties in the mental health the new baby has two old and with Mrs. Campbell's with a rash, one bitten by a to wear Juvenile court and occasionally earn aboutt hem. have.-! Hob I'earcy The
descriptions you
clinic at UP Is a recent ap- -Children of all sizes and
er brothers, Mrs, Carl RhodenIs mother, Mrs. J. B. Prevatt. rat, both weighing: one-halt unsuitable hclp.i transportation cast of rcturnlnpr ( Moro Interested concerned Danville! (find.! ) gazelle!
director of a pub whose homes arc
pointment as maternal grandmother, and: Pete Knight returned from pound more than they did at \ n runaway child to hU' people arc needed/ / ( If you care
lic health service project, on LevI Rhoden, greatgrandfather.No Navy sea duty before Christmas : but who must retuinto home: and will sometimes con- Call Dr. Jennings or Judge "IJfu! has its! disaj.j.olntrmnU -

the: study of college marriages.Since mail goes out from Hampton and is back home with birthA 13-year-old girl one of 19 their !homes because there 19 tribute a small amount, a very Yawn. but th< rein no reasonto :

coming to Hampton late Saturday afternoonnow Mrs. Knight and the children no place to put them. of \b f! one of them.---Joseph
church In September, Rev. and .stationed at Cecil How do you the average citizen SENIOR Therefore it contained none (Cherokee; County;
mall goes out Satur- here while M. Hl1aw.Jr.,
Clarke has completed his doc < family of Jacksonville, and Mr. fit Into this picture as you the thing these! "scare" pam-
day If left at the postoffice by Field. (Ala. Herald
torate In psychology! at the 1 Christmaswith and Mrs: E. M. Prevatt and go about the business of getting: CITIZENSAs phlets say. HR 5710 was incor- ) !
p.m. Window hours Saturdayare Clark Dyal \spent
University of Florida The fam- : family of Starke. ready to celebrate the birth! ofOhl'lst porated into HR 1280 which was "A rl ckJ"HH driver is! one)
still 8 a.m, to 12 noon. his parents! Mr. and Mrs.
ily will continue to live at their CEIETERMEETING: Bert Dyal in Winter Park. David Earnest of Miami spent' ? we enter this' new year, enacted into law In .1967. That who puss'-.s! you in spite, of all
present home> in Gainesville Friday Geor&e Roboza the Christmas holidays herewith Listen to COUnty Judge Theron Senior Citizens prayerfully hope Bill Increased payment In your car can do."--Dale If old-
night there and
Jan. 10. (Mr. Mrs.
his stepfather and mother also! serves as will to our checks mailed out in March
Yawn who that come
and baby daughter of Wichita, peace ridge, Lantrford (R. JJllk.)
her Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collies Juvenile Judge, and to Dr. Flor- land. The Vietnam War will 10(58( and including Social Security ,
with ,
Kan. spent Christmas Anton and with his sister Lyn ence Jennings< school physcolo-! end and that our boys will Improvements in many Bugle
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeSTARKE parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Zacek. Also visiting with the and brother Steven. gist who also serves a.s juvenile surely be home by next Christ other ways.If .
Bill Underwood and Mrs, Lou counselor' mas. you see or hear of any

: PHONE 961-6200 Zaceks ents from were New air.York.Robaza's par- ise Hogan ,spent several days Dr. Jennings comments: Social Security and Medicarecan such false! circulars, contact FLORIDATHEATRE

from Hampton over Christmas: in Guy ton. Ga. "We need volunteer (Foster) and must! be Improved. It your Social Security represent

KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 Christian A group Church 'toad a roller- with hi uncle, John Under- homes, permanent as well as will be our duty this year to ative at once. It Is hard enoughto

Thursday even- wood. temporary There are people write to the new Secretary of live on the amount of Social
skating party Mr and Mrs. A. H. Perry In this town who take children Health, Education and Welfare. Security benefits for the major
RENTAL SERVICESHospital at Lake Butler.
Ing. Jan Frede 2, of Toledo. and Mr. and Mr. W. D, Carter on a volunteer basis. Right Robert Finch, on this subject.It ity of us without having the
Mrs. Meng vi ''ted in Doctor's Inlet New now we have six children stay has been reported that added worry of such disgusting
Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches Ohio, is spending several weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. basis In lies. SHOWTIME:
and their Year's Day ing on a permanent thousands of senior citizens
(here with her sons
and Mrs. Paul Paul L. Estes and daughter. five volunteer foster homes have been receiving circulars' Frauds perpetrated on the Weekdays 7 P. :M.

---, Meng families, and Mr Mr. and Mrs. Francis Janlta. "Also I think a lot of kids through the mall saying that elderly will have to be vigorously Sunday 3 P. :M.
Nita Johnson has been could in their homesif be "con- combatted through exposure : -
Meng. Also visiting! was Mrs. stay own social security may Saturday 1 P. :M.
GAINESVILLEBusiness Mrs. Freda Meng's sister, Sister visiting In Fort Myers with her someone would take an In verted Into the Welfare SYS- and education Our Club _.

Mary Angelina, who is prin- daughter.' 'Mrs. Merle Singletonand terest In them. Sort of a Big tem." This leaflet says that a can be the center for spreadingsuch FRi, SAT. JAN. 10, 11

cipal of a school in Phoenix.AI'I1. family. Brother-Big Sister deal-some. bill HR 5710 would determinethat \ news among our membersso Double Feature Program
and Mrs. George Kennan the kid feels that that they can tell others and
toured St. Augustine (Mr. one- just :so the social security administrators -
They before Sister Mary" and family and Mr and Mrs someone likes hIm When Dad : could decide on the keep them a'-;rt.

DirectoryAUTO Monday left Tuesday for Ari Tracy Jones and family attended dy takes his children fishing, he amount of benefits a person Our next meelnpr: will be i J e
Angelina the gospel sing in Jackson- could take one of these kids would! receive based on the in- Tuesday. Jan. 14. at the Recreation -!

zona.Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. ville Saturday evening last too. Or you could invite one for dividual's need and not on pre Center at 1 pm. Final tI

SALESlEN'S! WEAR Melton and children of Little week. lunch occasIonally" vious earnings. This Is untrue. plans will be made on our an- "'ter

Rock, Ark. spent the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clause; Concerning a Big Brolhor-Bte The bill was never reported out nual dinner. Good health and a
BRASINGTON and son of Bradenton visited Sister program Judge Yawn of Congressional Committee good year t n all
STAG 'N DRAG here with his parents. Mr. and V ti-i
CAnil.LAC-OLDSMOIHLE Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill for several says "If we could get the right
before leav-
Mrs. L. L. Melton
days during the holidays kind of people to offer these
SALES & SERVICE: I
Stanley Blacker Coats ing for Arkansas; last Friday.
Here Thursday last week with! kids some companionship, some
Floe Selection of Used Cars
.
Arrow Dress Shirts For Christmas dinner at the
the Hills were Mr. and Mrs. (inspiration Let them know
Taken On Cadillac Trades
.
Puritan Sweaters Meltons there were Mr. and
Howard N. Hill Jr. of Flint that while their present life Is 301 Drive-In
2C01 V.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 Peters Jackets Mis. C. W. Melton and children -
D1N1
Mich. not much It needn't always be
Ladles Sportswear Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ..
,..
Bailey
CRANE Thomas and children, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour that way. People who could

LINCOLN-MERCURY 2 STORES 13 W. UNIVERSITY Mis. Irvin McConaehy of spent Christmas In Orlando inspire! them to lift themselves BORYMLHOUN LESLIE NIELSEN LAINjEMZArj

Authorized Sales & Service. and GAINESVILLE MALL Starke. Mr. and Mrs Clarence with both their daughters and up." SHOW BEGINS AT 7:00 P.M. I
their families. Both Judge Yawn and Dr.
2201 N, :Main: Ph. 372-4373 Hagan and sons Otis Melton HIcks ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60c PLUS -
Mr and Mrs. Charles Jennings are opposed to build-
MOBILE HOMES and Mr. and Mrs. Melton.
Children Under 12 Free
and family spent Christmas eve ing a juvenile detention center.
Crane Imports Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home
with ibis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Judge Yawn believes that such
visited in New Port Richey Sun- Gainesville and Fill., SAT., SUN, JAN. 10. 11, 12
MUSTANG Otto Hicks In centers are probably necessaryin
Volvo MO Austin Healey day with Mr. and Mrs. Rich- DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
Christmas day with her parents big cities but does not believe -
606 E. University Gainesville ard Williams and family.
Mobile Homes Inc.Gainesville's Mr. and Mrs. J. L. DykesIn one Is needed in Bradford ,..- -
Phone 372-4251 Mr and Mrs. Darrell Burk- '
Gainesville. County, ; I. .. ---0....
hart and family of Perrine were -- "
:J
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Ted Curtis and "We need
Mr and Mrs something mora : -
ELECTRIC Discount Mobile visitors with her ;
MOTORS holiday : parents 'a '
Home Sales Lot. children were ,holiday visitorsIn constitutive that would have DR. DlABOlO'S
Mr. and Mrs Lynn Hall .
Mississippi some lasting affect; he I 'tJ- : \
says .
NEW !MOONCAPELLA
and with her brotherinlawand
ELECTRIC W. King of don't .how Is l 'i.. HUNDRED
As Low as $100 Down Mr, and Mrs. T. care good it an ':1-
sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. I. : ,
Motor Co. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346 Jacksonville visited Sunda.ywith institution Is an institution. '
Repair .
Crawford and children. HORRORS I
;
Furniture Tops Windows :Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and I've been a county Judge( for( 16 'fl'flJ'' r M f .. COLOR;'. i : United Artists
Mr. and Mrs. F- C. Read and '
Of Gainesville, Inc. Windows Awning daughters. 'I years and( during that time I've ,\ ,1 .- : S4 :
-
visitors
family were New Year's '.'
Repairing Rewinding 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191 Grace Beal and Mrs J. A. never put a dependent child In \- I :{ E T R E
-- with the Frank Collins 1.
COLUMBIA PICTURES
Hut- Jail. I '
New and Used AdWns visited the Rudolph have placed delinquents 'III ,
family near Starke. 'p '
chesons In Starke during the there but never a dependent Presents
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 :SEWING;; MACHINES Mike Chltty wasa holiday visI holidays. child and I don't Intend to if 1 SUN., MON., TUES
I Iton of the L, L. (Meltona.. ._ ?e fiTnfiE GaBDER
"T
GARPKN SUPPLIES Christmas guests at the R.'K. Fourteen young people Item' have. to take them home with JAN 12, 13, 14
National Sewing Hampton. Baptist Church went me-as I have done a time or I AN AMICUS PRODUCTION TECHNICOLOR
Parkers were Mr. and Mrs. J.
Johnson & Fan's Inc. caroling at the Starke Nursing two."
M. Baker and children of Or-
Machine Co. Inc. Home on Christmas eve Dr. Jennings believes that In. PLUS
Line of SEAN
Complete lando, and Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Estes stitutional care should be turn-

Inxectlciilea SEEDSPLANTSPfaff-Pet Supplies New Home Nelco Misner of Gainesville. and daughter of Doctor's Inlet ed to only as a last resort! She ELVIS shoots the works from CONNERY'
Used and RepossessedFERTILIZERS Present for a family Christmas were dinner guests Thursday feels that Institutions are too n
Sales Repairs All Makes at the Gerald Adkins home evening of Mr. and Mrs. K B. impersonal and that what !these ] dawn to darkroom !

'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' 611 W University 378-1355 were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rich- Watterson children need is person to : \ .? '.. BRIG TTE J'
224 N."'. 8th Ih. 372-0476 family of Ocala, Mr contact > \ -
ard and "In His Steps" was the film person a feeling of be. / '
and Mrs. Joel R. Smith and feature of the New Year's, Eve ing wanted and loved. ;I/\/ \.. BARDOt

watch-night service at Hampton As Dr. Jennings points out, ELvis PPESLLY

Baptist Church, which also In- there are a number of people! ; ,
cluded special music, 'refreshments iln the community who do give i, ,. xl&o-uhl +ou :t&-

and a devotional hour at of their time and money (doc :> : )j( LIVEi LlTYLEL9VE SHALAKO cTECHMCOLORT

midnight. The young people of tors give physicals to those go. .

Full Housepowergets the church planned and carriedout ing to Salvation Army Camp, m A LlYTLE :

the service with Charles women assist at the clinic, a

Hinson in charge. group of church women clean Et4 i"A"'AV'" "I RO 1R FRANSCOPENo

tuned in YWAs of Hampton Baptist and mend used clothing, a den -
you Church drove to Flagler Beach

for a slumber party and mission

: study on Mexico last week.
and turned
on Those attenidng Thursday and

Friday were JoAnn Salter, Carolyn -

to modern all-electric living.Today Wendy Kennan Hill. Debbie, Elaine Hill Kennan, Debbi I

Hicks, Linda stone Nancy Ben-

kow ski, and their leader Mrs.C. s I
a host of electrical marvels stands ready to help with R. Hicks, and Randy and i iM

your work. bring you comfort and entertain you And power Laurie HIcks

to run them all is ready and waiting It costs but a few cents Present for a family dinnerat

per kilowatt hour the biggest bargain in your budget I the R. L, Browns on the

Full Housepower Wiring is the first necessity for flamelessall Sunday before Christmas! were .F:4

,electric living With ,it t you can make full and efficientuse Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Carter,
Mrs. William Carter and daughter -
of all the electrical conveniences you now own
and be ready for the new work savers you plan to buy Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Estes

With plenty of handy outlets and sWitches. there's no need Sr. and daughter of Doctor'a t

for unsightly nests of extension cords. Inlet, /Mr. and Mrs. Paul L, Es
tes Jr. of Waldo and Mr. and
Do you have Full Housepower Wiring now Mrs. R, L. Brown, Jr of e
1 100-200 Amp Service ? Ask your Starke.Mr. .

electrical contractor He'll give you a and Mrs. Tom Paladino

complete Housepower Checkup Free hal their oldest daughter, Lau-

rie, home with them from the

hospital In Tallahassee for the __.__w.---

holidays.Mrs. .

Floyd Smith and daugh-
ters of Gainesville spent Thurs-

+ day last week with Mrs Law-
1 r +
ton Youngblood and children!

and Mrs. G. A. Kennan and
children.
5At -
Arnold Haddock was In St.
Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville )

from Sunday to Thursday
last week. 1,
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swindell clowns No hoopla No 1969 Chevrolet with a his V8 and Ventilation. Fool the kick of the big-:

. enjoyed Christina dinner In funny hats. automatic transmission for loss than post standard VS in our fidd.

J Starke with the John This is an event for the serious yon could last year. 'I 1 hon go down the street or ;)cross
;t il'a Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hasans.Holt of car buyer. The man who has X numCom in and spend some t time town and see how wo stack up :asaint)

Tennessee ber of dollars to spend and is deterDill, probe, ask questions, take notes. Those Other Cars.Wo .
her were holiday visitorscf mined to get his monoy's worth and You owe it to yourself to ho thoiouph.! think >tnfll wind up with aChoy.
parents Mr. and ![Mrs.
maybe more. Go for n drive .
Wlllard Thomas. Come to a Chevrolet! Showroom Get a free sample of Cho\rolpl's' Moro people do, you know.
Mr. and Mrs Lester McCuI- cushioned rido. .
during our Value Showdown. luxurious full-coil,
lough moved last weekend to Ask the man to show you, on Shut the windows and sop how fresh

their the house two doors south of paper how you can order most any the interior stays, thanks to Astro Putting you first keeps us first.
former
home.
carehee way w+;' lying Present! for Christmas at the

Live the ePOwer home of Mrs. G. C. Cox were
!Mr and (Mrs Otto Hicks of
fu"ous\\
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Fred

,ti; Tyre of Starke, Buddy Cox The Chevrolet
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks

THERE'S NO MATCH FOR of Jacksonville and Mr. and
L FLAMELESS elECTRIC.. Mrs Joe Call.
l-:' 'Oars so much coils so littltlUORIOA Mrs George Williams and

) Joe Wiggins spent Monday In
Fowls t LIGHT COMMMTnttit Jacksonville with their mother. Value Showdown is
"ISPING a ri nn>4 on.
Eve Mr, Menafee.II. B, Wiggins, and Mr.



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Edwards of Starke. has completed AMD '
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.a B. S. deg'ee from Florida. FLOUR..5 IB. 49 T
State University. BAG DETERGENT SPECIAL

, Mr. and Mrs.V L. Starting' of Oil. DEEP SOUTH...limit 1 Mayonnois your cholc w/$5.00 armor purchas.excluding clgorlt.
Lawtey Joseph! have= who heard arrived from recently their- WHITE, B
son TERor
In Vietnam for service with MAYONNAISE 39 Giant TIDE COLD
the U. S. Army. His address Is ARROWQta.
iPFC Joseph E. Starling RA-
67098148. Co. C, IDlv. 225 Inf. KRAFT..limit 1 Mayonnaise your cholc w/S.OO or more purchase excluding".


APO San Francisco--Calif. 96268. MAYONNAISE 49'' ::G 59, ::G 49 ,f


Jumbo VIVA PAPIR..Limit:3 w/$3.00 or more purchai..xcluding cigarette

Limit 1 of your choice with $5.00
TOWELS 29 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
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1.LB. CAN 5O-Ct..ARROW PAPERNapkins 46-oi.STOKELY CHOCOLATE

kM, .d 29'2Moll Drink :'/$1.

COFFEE Pkg. BATHROOM 3'-lb.'' ROCKINOHAM CHICKEN


Tissue..S/I. Noodles. . 79<

CHASE & SANBORN ASTOR 100-C.FONDA WHirl PAPIR No. '/, Can VAN CAMP'SSausage YIINNAPlates..59

AMN Stephen C. Edwards.! 5/$1.
son of Mr. and(Mrs. Merrill Ed-

lasic Texas wards training, of at and Starke Lowry!Is now Lackland has AFB in completed:technicalschool Denver iAFB. 5949i2f No. <<;' 0,53/I., ::'::: Sauce No.300 Can THRIFTY ':.TOMATO 5/l.


Colo. After 23 weeks of training 46-ai.THRIFTY MAID FRUIT No.303 Can THRIFTY MAID GREEN LIMA
there he will be given leave
Limit 1 Coffee of Your Choice with $5.00 or more
before address'reassignment.is: AMN Stephen His present C.Edward.s. purchase excluding cigarettes, Drinks..4/l. Beans.. 5/$ 1.
(AF12S91C68, Box C 63-
04, Lowry AFB Colo. 80230.

USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED

SPEEDVILLEBy POT ROAST 69* SPRING LAMB SALEUSDA

. . LI.
Rosa Hutcliinson USDA CHOICE W-D IRAND CORN FED ROUND BONE CHOICE LAMB

SHOULDER ROAST 89< LEG 0' LAM .. .00. .. .iB 89
We hope everyone Is enjoyingthe USDA CHOICE LAMB USDA CHOICE LAMB SHOULDER
New Year of 1969. ,
*
IVi-lb.:Pica.W-D RAND Quick fro.." 1OY2-OI. PATTIES. 39 ROAST.
britliday to S'lavon USDACholc.W.DCo'adBonal..N.V.St'p'
i Happy ... L8 .... 18. 59
who celebrated BEEF
" Elizabeth a birthday Cooper on December< 27. $ USDA CHOICE LAMB SHOULDER USDA CHOICE LAMB SIRLOIN' OR LOIN
Also to WJUord James Cooper, Steakettes 88 Steaks 1 J99 CHOPS 69*
LI. CHOPS. 1.39
Jan. 7.Clifford. England is recuperating W-D BRAND LEAN GROUND To BRAND BEEF SHORT ..... IB B $
USDA CHOICE LAMB USDA CHOICE IAMB RIB

year for Sp.14 In 4 at days.Ulyssss home Vietnam,:ire and has Byrd and doing.served Is Is home fine.now::one) BeefS LIS. $147 Ribs 49'' BREAST... ie 19' CHOPS .. $1.19

stationed In North Carolina.The .
Church of God by Faith
had Rev. Robinson and members
of his church from Daytona
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND
as our guests for Sunday
Poly lag TRENCH FRY Pint RICH'S
night.ward in His 1969.topic" Sunday was "Go School For CORN FED CHUCK ROAST or Potatoes 5 89* Coffee Rich 4/$1.
10():39.() Bible Class 12 noon. BAG
WWC. 6 p.m. Evening :service, 3-Ct. Pkg.W-D BRAND CHOPPED BEEF
2-lb. Pkg.THUNDERBOLT Brand Bradd Shrimp'
7:30.: Wednesday night Prayer Steakettes *
Service 8 p.m.J. Chuck Steak .... 88 Chun Cees.$1.99
will
M. Eubanks of Palatka lO-oi. LIBBY'S OR
preac'-i': his trial sermon Friday 12-01. Con B.H.O.Orange.
night at the Church of God by CUApOIN 51.1.
!!!
Faith. Everyone welcome. Eider Nip 3/$1.
Walter Camps pastor 1st and CUT CORN SPEARS or CHOP.
BROCCOLI, MIX VEGETABIES.PEAS CARROTS or MORTON DANISHPecan
3rd Sundays.:: Minister: !: McGollie
Sundays.Ds.l::tar.t pastor, 2nd and 4th 59 Green Peas 5/$1.1 Twist... 69*

Pleasant Grove Baptist LB B-oi. OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY MORTON :3-COURSE All FLAVORS
Church: : Sunday School:! 10
a.m. Morning Worship at 11.Fcllo'Jhlp Meat Pies 5/$1. Meat Dinners 69*
Hour 3 p.m. Evening
Service 7 p.m. Prayer
Meeting! :: each Wednesday nightat
7:30.: Rev. Leroy Davis pastor
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU JAN. 12
1st and 3rd Sundays. . ...
WIMM DIKIl TOMH 'INC.COFYRIOHT-!
Everyone welcome. (U. S. No. 1 REGULAR

HARVEST FRESH PRODUCEU.S.

.No. 1 RUSSET BAKING(S-lb. ag..49'')

POTATOES .1O 69 POTATOES

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/ U.S. No. 1 YELLOW(:I-Lb. og..33:: ') vm RIPE|
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PLASTIC / f
Carrots..2/29* Apples..LB. 29'LARGE BAG


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TELEGRAPH Jan. 9, 1969 Page 11

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Louis% Welch


y FARM AND RANCH VOICE of theSPORTSMAN } ,,,, Dies AlterTampa>

t, By George T. Huggins :
.
: Crash
;,_ ,, COUNTY AGENT '

,, Agricultural: Extension 5en'iceNINETEEN : \. lIy MIKE curmr :,Yr
+ Phone 475-2171 M Louis F. Welch. 51, of Tampa

e -- ---- .:wlr died Sunday, Dec. 29. of Injuries
- -- -- -- -
<<' - received Saturday, Dec. 28,

SIXTY-KIOHT IS January meeting. I believe' will when his gasoline tanker truck

GON2: :::! If we are, not satisfied be held at Brooker. !Date'! and HI, Sportg! Fans.: That Just etilh collided with a tractor-trailer
mith" It. the: challenge Is ours to( details announced. later Farm about all that I can find to say truck on Interstate! 4, a mile
make changes or Improvements. Bureau president >Is A, H. this week As In the past, few east of Plant City.

I could make ,a mighty long flat (Lonnie) Harley Jar. weeks, the weather has put a 'r He had been admitted to St.

of things I wculd like to do dif Bradford Union Cattlemen's damper on the Sports pews. At iu', Joseph's Hospital In critical
ferently. I cculd make -a long Association meets each second. least we all got a belly full of ., ,e ? condition after his truck burst To All Property OwnersOne

list of things I would like to ac Tuesday night, ''alternating meetings football last Wednesday Into flames In the accident.
compllsh.My held In Bradford ,Agriculture Even though the fish are Welch was the brother of

professional responsibility, Building and Union County. still reported to be biting, not Mrs Sarah Lawson of Starke.
representing the Agricultural Courthouse. many people want to brave the Driver cf) the other truck or more of the following forms have been

Extension Service t) the people One resolution I make Is that I weather to check on tihem. It ia Norman Maddox of Crozet Va.,

of our County involves all will try to be a little more reg seems to me, that as many fish was admitted to the hospital mailed to all persons who previously have appliedfor
the resolutions I could make. wlar In writing my weekly col. as there are caught In the for observation but was released.

This responsibility: offers many umn. I appreciate the Interest. North, that some can be caught/ homestead exemption widow's and/or dis-abled
,
opportunities.) My ambition will' and space given by the newspapers down here. If you could stand. t

''be to lead our staff Extension and I am /going/ to use It this unpredictable weather and to A native of Avoca N.. Y., persons exemption, and those who have been as
agriculturalmessage
day.
personnel in making/ '1969 a great more to preach the fish practically every Welch lived In Tampa for 31
In service to our people. find out what they are biting, and attended the First roll
sessed
years
year radio program you could do pretty good business on our tangible or intangible tax :
We ;have a
of are and a
Many cur programs Christian Church was
Griffin's Lodge (east \shore
through Friday the bass. I have several
and carried out in cooperation each day Monday on member of of the
planned to Santa !Fe) also reported a bad VJoodsmcn
Tune In cousins in Georgia who say
at 12:36: p.m.
with 'organizations World He was in the trucking
week because of weather. Roy
Each Wednesday is Bobby that they bite up there as goodor
Cattle 1490.
like Farm Eareau and business for 30 years.
Griffin! guided Mr. Roberts and
Interest Taylor bringing 'us (mp-to-date on ( better) In the Winter as
men. We appreciate their our 4H activities or other) programsof they do In the Summer It's eon Monday, and caught 7 bass Include his widow, (1) Homestead Exemption
and :help We pledge out of 20 strikes. Roy went last Survivor;! :
that fishermen quit going
continued efforts In working with Interest. Just Mrs. Louise Welch; a son, Leon
:Friday and caught 9 bass that
you when It gets cold. So If it works
other organized Other regular programs Welch St, Petersburg; and two
these and
'll road about in other places. in Georgia It should work In are pictured) above. He says sisters: Mrs. Sarah Lawson of (2) Widow's andLor dia-abled persons Exemption
groups.When that the bass usually bite good
Economics
Florida.
we talk about Agricultural Prcgrams with Home Starke. and Mrs. Eva Julia
after a cold)] when It
and 4-H are held In Communities Uncle Alfred Hudson and Mr. snap
Extension programs Holm cf Tampa.
warms Roy also told
up. me
over the County.Well Melvin were among the few
you know of course. that three! the bas' should start .spawning
each day brings something who did rough It, and caught
general groups are included diffeicnt. That's why we some Specs They went out around the middle of February. DID (3) Application for agriculture assessment
Home Economic, 4-H Clubs, and INVITATION TO
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hill and
to each day from Sikes' Fish Camp north A"L1U..uU..u..Q
know are looking forward DY tj'I',1to'aI>J
general agriculture You end of Lochloosa) and caught Ms brother spent the weekendat (..u..a.ooau.:: :: ...
also that in each County we represent all through this new year Griffin's TALLAUaeaL:: : ls. a1WUDACuuyeuuve
Lodge to
hoping
to 25 specs, and a big catfish. / CuttleU. JJiUs will
and are responsible Fhlpman's Camp (west shore catch some fish but were mess be receivud ty inn alum: furcnusuiK (4) Tangible returns for stock in trade and
the County Commissioners. Ag ed up 6y> bad weather.My : Uwmnuasloii:. until lluO
Santa Fe) had no>> names to report
AM. oil ma. oats tmown far Lller"uuwln"l
rlcultural Extension also represents News About this week, but they did father. James Chitty other tangible property
the University of Florida. Buduy Ellis of Gainesville A. January 1G. 1969() Sa-I. ofAlixeU
(have good They
some news.
Colored Citizens .
that i'ln Uuui.UiU
Tim is to let you know
B. Howard of Starke and A.
and
said that those. specs are still JJlanKs. Conditions
we have vast resources for -assistance B.'s brother R. C. Howard of Specifications, may bo, obtained
All biting on the brush plies. Also, urukmalntf Cum- (5) Intangible returnsIf
and Information. from inn mute
Jacksonville
all went
the bass are biting on shiners hunting mission.vlllium >. Uiuxhum.ttuiiumtf : .
this !in a little way tells you SCHOOL NEWS In Arcadia, and killed their flaunt 1112:. C'uinoua

why we want to do a satisfactory : Parents who have children rch School. 10'a.m. Morning wor limits :to an assortment of Street: Tne: Commission'rallauauuee. .. ,reserves"""lI>rlc1a. tho

Job.'Ihere. who were five years old by De ship at H. Afternoon service, quail, dove and snipe:! rhltu to. rejuut any or ail bids. .t
1s one more :reason we cember 31 are, eligible to enroll 4 p.m. Visitors always welcome. Billy Bell of Keystone, went Al J. Day Director you have any :..ncsrinns on this! or on any of the ,.
want to make 19G9!) a good year in the kindergarten nearestyour' AME Duck hunting Saturday and hncuUVO: < :iit 1-3 i
Greater: vAllen Chapel 1-2 above, please! feel welcome to call on is.:
and this rrobably: the most important home There: are 11 in the Church, Rev L.A., Sampson killed the limit.Thus .

one. Our people In Bradford / cunti-y.Information may be ob pastor. Church, School, 10 a.m. we come to the end of EXPERT
County are encouraging to tained from the schools: or from Worship at 11 with the anotiher week. Things will probably
work! with. They are ready to Mrs.! Lucile Payne's office lathe Morning Junior Church members In continue to be slow for SHOE All of the above must be filed on or before April1st.

help ,us plan programs and par USO building charge Evening service, 6 p.m. some time now but I hope
ticipate in carrying them out\ New Year school bells rang All Junior Church members .along .. you'll stick with me. They're REPAIRINGLUGGAGE I Thanks for your cooperation in attending to
So, it is with cur people] 1n for all schools: In ,Bradford County with their parents are invited bound to pick up again one day.

mind that we plan for ,1969. Monday morning at o'clock.. to attend. Rev. Sampsonhas So, until next week, this 1s your these tax matters.
REGULAR SCHEDULES Everyone is working, for a pros- Junior Slow-rolling fisherman
l a special message far( saying
Farm Bureau Board cf Dlr c- perous New Year. members. "Goodbye, and good Juckl" HANDBAGS

tors meet each first Tuesday CHURCH NEWS Greater Bethlehem, Free Will -- CONVENIENTLY GENE LONG ;
night in our Agriculture! Build- Antioch Baptist Church. Rev. Baptist Church, Rev Jasper LOCATED ,

Ing. Family membership meetings Jj. W. Thomas pastor. Sunday Williams pastor. Sunday Jan. ADD MACHINE :ROLLS,' STARKE PLAZA Tax Assessor

are iheld quarterly. The School 10 a.m. Morning. un'd Worship 12 is Youth Day Sunday School File Folders complete line o[- BARBER SHOP

at ''11. Evening service, 9:30: am Morning Worshipat "flee supplies. The Telegraph.Fb STARKE
6::30. Choir :rehearsal will be tonight 11, with Choir no. 3 Song 961-6305.
(Thursday) at 8 at the Service with Sandra Cuffee at I

tcno [.YtOTin,VU'" U&nf tit.a.. v.ftrcranlcf.. ... .. Mrs" Bfir---- the piano. Mrs, Elaine J enion -

666 nice Alston, on Estelle St. All Lee will speak on the: subject,
members and friends are invitedto -
"Good Men Like Trees YPCL t --

Ct k attend. Church at' 4 p.m. with Deacon A. C. t 0 l f, Y A z /
Mt. Morlah Methodist Carter In charge. The Deaconess.

Rev. H, p, Hudson pastor. Chu- Board will meet at 5 p.m. in the LEADS ,> .
educational building with Mar BUSINESS .

garet Davis\ chairman. Mission: t
ary Department in charge 4)f 6 ,
WilES YOU USE ANASDREWS
service with Sister Sarah I ..
p.m 18EUCCUl1 ce ne.a en-
CHARGE ACCOUNT r''our Prince in charge. Friday night -I II cundltloned $15 up. 10 different',I George E. LaRue

Prescription Tax Records 7 p.m., No. 2 Choir rehearsal.: If you find your name among the Classified Ads, I name brands to cnoose from. INSURANCE' AGENCY
8 p.m., Prayer Band will meetat Parts k excellent repairs all.
ire kept for you BY US the home of Bro. Clarence come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO ', makes KIR3V SALES A Auto Fire Homeowner

ANDREWS DRUGS Covington. Thursday night 7 I SERVICE 712 N VTstn Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT
Pgfsrt j1aNs p.m., Bible Haw. Sister Alberta FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive I 376-7110. tfchg Keystone Heights 473-4692

For Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170 Rlsby, director Everyone Is
welcome to attend the meeting. Theatre Passes In. I DID YOU KNOW it's easy to
own a Longcnamp Home? LEGAL FORMS.: Brad
INSURANCE I Better aunt fur F'' .Jr.'1a. living ford County Telegraph. Pb
I New Innersprings You: plans or ours 98x-8303.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box Springs AT REDUCED RATES II
It Here I Drop Us A Card or Call AUTO FIRE, BOAT Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- I WANTED USED cas;: cook
fOld Mitchell C64-
phone:
s Up to 15 words __-- 1.2.5llln1mwn DOYLE E. CONNER
PALATKA EA S-8188 stove or electric refrigerators,
( charge) iNSURANUE AGENCYPUMPS 6833 H 0 Box 238 Starke
MRS.( PEGGY SHALLER tf'g. I beds: : dinette sets, bedroom
Each word over 15 __ .07 I Vt9 E. Adkins St ttc1tg sets sofas and chairs Phone
Furniture Repaired 964-7923 Pahmcrs. tfchtt
Extra charge If not Upholstered & Refinished JIMMY MOORE'S\ I
paid In advance __.- .35 MATTRESSES REBUILT II i MEN WANTEDMen cottage
SUN SPORTS
Starioa. Agent NEW AND USED I parents: age over 21. Startingpay

Memorials\ !, Resolutions HASTINGS MATTRESS SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep MOORE BOAT TORVOUR I S293 month, promotion oppotunities -.
): : and regular increases
'V.Lg 7 cents per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS & Shallow Wells -\ MONEY : In pay 8 hour day, 5
710 Lemon St.; Palatka Water Softeners:: & Filters Stnrke Ph. U648791SPECIAL I clay week, sick leave vacations,

CARDS OF THANKS I Fxpert Service On I II I state: retirement. If interested.

WRITING All Makes S.iIlP: Evlrrude Selectramatic. please apply In person. Personnel
00 words or less ---- S.OO MARY I Plumbing Service I i Manager, Surlnnd: Tvnlnlr Center -
all controls & 2 tanks !SB 19.
I Phone 9647061DURRANCE I II I Galnesvirg.: Fla tfchg
Each word over CO __ .07 I

QUALITY IN CARTER i AND SUPPLY PUMP CO. i I ED WAINWRIGHT
FOR SALE Nice 2 bedroom I I FOR RENT TV sets baby AGENCY
home with cuport.Loca.ted beds electric guitars and amplifiers
A on Fenced Corner Lot r r t FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE I refrigerators by day For All Your

A POCKETPEN Call 964-6464 I t,. '1 ,1 ,I I ready for occunenry,3 bedroom ,I week or month. Phone 984- Insurance NeedsSpecializing
Bill Powell r ( 2 bath. Located just 7923 Dahmers tfchg in

Real Estatein outside of city limits In I Mobile: Home Insurance
the Starke Plaza ,.1 Flnebree.ee.:: Easy l1"ont.hJYI FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick Ph. Starke !064-RS1S
:BUY SELL TRADE terms Longchamp Ccv.st\ Co. home, central heat and air condit.on .
Contact Bifoo ivfitcaoll, : conveniently located, un
t LABEL MAKERS from NEW pone 3G4-6R53: r (I Box furnished. $130 per moth. 323 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom home.

$9.95- Bradford County Tele- :r.3f" Starke! tf"'t- N, Walnut St. Inquire at premises Call 9B4-5413. tfchg
rraph. Ph. 964-8305. or call Starke 9647753.
POSTED SIGNS: Treated to tfchg FOR SALE OR FOR RENT-
Retractable DoItYourselfSEAMLESS withstand 'eather20c each., On easy terms. 2 and 3 bed-

THE KEY TO :$2.25 doz. Special price on larger SEWING MACHINE donned, room houses Road 100 East. W.

Gracious. Living: quantities Bradford County oiled and adj),tstcd in your H. Nollman. Starke. tfch?

Refillable Town House Telegraph tf hone S3.Pi), Vacuum cleaner reoPO'l'S WAITRESS WANTED App '
also: AH' \\' 'rk gun"ontced: ,
No. 768 Modern 3 Br, CBS In person Longhorn Restaurant.
APARTMENTS -
Dennis E. C:>RIfIIS! Phone 431-
home, on paved road, 20 level 301 South. Good 111: 1r: ,'. tfehar
Sell or RentFurnLhed FLOORING : : 1428. tfchpr!
Just $18.000 and : i.
acres I5vf;
FOR SALE 1W6 ChlSuper
-- !
down. SEVERAL GOOD USED Add ,
Sport. 4 speed 427. LemUe.. .
or Unfurnished Machines tor sale elec
I No. 559 50( acres part t improved ing -
r.etlre 51.500.
nee Inspected
Buford Mitchell WE MAKE I I' pastors $230 acre. tries: subtraction credit bal. Phone 473-4151.
Up
ante Bradford County TeleRraph -
Phones No. 624 Rural area 2 Br. II

.. 964-6853 964-6760 'I modern cottage. 1 acre lot with _-__, w_ __tf FOR RENT Unfurnished! 3
i I' KEYSMEN plenty of large oak trees for !'WANTED USED WRINGER ,, BR house: at Khgslt'In\ Fu-
;bade, Only 55,500.STROUT 533-2209.: fiche
I washer: : Will pay cash or tnke I II ouay phone

BUY SELL TRADE REALTY in trade on anything! Dahmers .
V.Bi Bill PowellRea.1 WANTEDLaundry 2117 N. Temple Ave. I, Dicoimt House tche EXPERIENCED Gardener.Kii'pMey
workers Kitchen aids laborers starke Fla. I Lake. Steady or part

Call 964-8464 EsUfte cottage parents watch- Ph. 964-6609 FOR SALEChlckt'n fertilizer, time work. Brown. Rt., 1 Box

In the man, cooks and clerks, ground. lime and dolemite. Clean" out 3C.I. ]Itp
. Starke Plaza keeper truck driver. Five FOR SALE-2 bedroom house, and spreading sel'vtce. We. deliver SPINET PIANO for sale here..
day week eight hour day. rice neighborhood.' : Elec. Range W. B, Woods 473-4K'l5.\'
Lrcnl of Rood credit
TRAILER LOTS State retirement, vacations, and Gas Renter Phon.j:! 9645801.tf Melrose. 4tp t 1-lli person
may: a sume low monthly paynu.uv : -
Il sick leave.If interested, please
LAKE ACCESS apply in Personnel FOR REN1'-FI1I'I1I 4 room I IgAraC : Full Dt 1ce. S34S, Write'
person 1i\1\
RENT Furnished small 2 apaitmcnt. Conven'rnt' CI't'dlttanatt'r.: ( Indian
Manager. Sunland Training FOR !
$15 Lake Down Lots-$2500$15 Month Center Gainesville, Fla. bedroom house 424 JeffersonStreet I **r nice cinc-le. Ph. 5332301. Woods 1"1'32233 Drive. Neptune! Beach"
Up .
tfchg Starke. convenient to ehop- '
FOR RENT 4 unfurnished
room
Investment -
PropertiesS. ping 'area $55.00 per: month I
NOTICE-We looking for n
are :
house! : $1H month. L.
per
E. McKAYRealtorAppraiser RENTALS NEEDED Furn- Call Melrcse 475-5276. tfchg B. Jm'dnn. Phore !1144.7180.tI\ \ \ > church in this area needing an
!shed or unfurnished. Strout I
orgn'\. We have a pnoposltton!
Realty! 2117 N. Temple Ave.. FOR RENT- nicely furnished WANTED -- Accurate typist for 'on. Write Rodfrer* OignnDistributor. '
'Stnike Fla. (004) flfi4-fi6OT\ 2 bedroom: house Reasonable. I'
'Keystone Ills. 473-4816 part time work, Good spell.'r- 170H Indian Wood
Phone !B-i-58D4) or 570 W. Call !.tours\ be AI'I'n I1jtNt, Permanent.Brown. Drier. Neptune1: Beach. Fla.
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NEWS NOTES I Indians Wi n Mrs. Peterson
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Keystone Hilites/ Enjoy Injured In

Child ProgramClay By Helen Egan Jr Christmas PartyThe Close One Georgia AccidentMrs.

By JIM FOX
County's Program for Garden Club of the Lake:
Please Phone in
Items 473.4.18WOMAN'S
Ypur Over NewberryKeystone James A. Peterson of
exceptional education was reViewed :held its annual, Christmas party ,
Monday and Tuesday bya MASONIC LODGE ttt 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27. at the Keystone Heights, was Injured )

team of visiting consultants HAS INSTALLATION 'home of Mrs. L. E. Harris with In an auto.noblle( accident last I'

CLUB business the dinner will be used: In defraying from the State Department of InstallatLon of new officers: Mrs. Lena Clemens second vice wr.n a close 38-96 Saturday in Marietta! Ga.. t

The first regular the cost of Individual Education.The for 19S9 of :Melrose Lodge No. president, conducting the 'business victory over a tough Newberry where she was visiting friends. t
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| meeting of the new year trophies: awarded to the athletes visiting consultants were 1i9, F. & A.M. was enjoyed by session in the absence of cage team In the Newberrygym One of Mrs. Peterson's com )
14 at 2
be held Tuesday Jan. la and for the dinners 'which Albert DIJoihnson and Mrs. Bertha large number of( 'Masons. Eastern the president, Mrs. \Albert Bach- Tuesday night, giving the panioas was' killed In the acci- r
p, n. The scheduled program will be given to the athletes Haverfield, mental retard Star members and their Indians a respectable 5-2 recordfor dent when the Volkswagen in

entitled "Our"County Ptiblle and special guest. ation: and Dr. Sara Conlon, families -and Invited guests! at mann.,Plans were made for Arbor the season to date. which they were riding was hit

Health Service. birthday -party Tickets may be purchased speech and {hearing. They visited the Temple in Keystone Height. Day and the Community Came It; was nip and tuck all the by a truck. Mrs. Peterson received -

Plans for the meeting from football players and all classrooms for exceptional Dec. 27, at 8 pjn. 11 a Exhibit 'ion January 17. Each way with Glenn Mooneyham'3 a broken cheekbone anti
to be held at the luncheon cheerleader* or at the door.' children and talked with Outgoing. Worshipful.. Master member brought a plant to exchange fine ball handling credited by fractured pelvis. She WII.In

on Jan. 28 will be discussed The' primary objective of the teachers and administrators, Wm. P. Wilson introduced the as a gift.Refreshments coaches! with keeping Keystonein Kennestone Hospital in Marietta -

at this meeting.! Thinking local Booster's Club Is to raise offering ,suggestions and help installing officer> \ 'Past ,Worshipful were served by the ball game against New- but will be moved in about

caps can be donned now to pro- funds to help support athletic where applicable. Master O. J. Murrhee. and the hostess and cohostesses.The berry's press. The Indians'( a week to the NAS hospital in
for decora
duce original ideas activities sponsored by the Recommendations for expansion Chaplain Leamon 'Ward openedthe 0.--- ability to keep calm under Jacksonville

ton of birthday tables. Keystone High School. Officers of the county's. programfor ceremony with prayer. Act- t Keystone Heights High pressure was a big factor In Mrs. Peterson Is the daughter !-

DUPLICATE BRIDGE for this year are: Mrs. W. C. next year may be made asa Ing as Marshal. Mr.WiLson presented 4 School Gardeners, sponsored by the victory. of Col. and !Mrs. James
Club 4
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Bridge _
The Duplicate Club, Sumpter, president: Richard result of this visitation. the following tier installation the Garden Club of the Lakes Keystone led 12-10( at the end Chesslngton who left for Marietta -

sponsored by the Woman's Slurrhee. vicepresident: Mrs.D. Clay County currently (has : Worshipful Master Gilbert made Christmas decorations aaa of the first quarter, and length- upon being notified of the

resumed meetings Monday evening A. Baker, treasurer; and eight classes for exceptional Reed; Senior\ Warden, Wm. JulieVaIker of their December ened its lead to 24-18 at the half. accident. Her husband Maj.]
project
!, Jan. 6. Play begins promptly Mrs. D. Joluiiston, secretory, children: and administrators\ E. Sturdevant; Junior (Warden Is EngagedTo meeting. The lead narrowed to 2825 In Peterson, Is serving in Vietnam.

at 7:30: ( p.m. hope that during the 1969-70 A. P. Hallman; Chaplain, Lea. Each student made a candelabrum the third qualter, with Newb r-
This is an open meeting; and HERE N' THERE Marshal Homer B. Mr. CrabtreeMrs.
to club members.We Kauf.mann term the program, can be expanded :- mon Ward; : from egg cartons ,and a ry actually outscoring Key- Services Held
limited and George
not Mrs.
Is Mr. Slices Jr.; Senior Deacon Michael stone in the second half.
to provide additional Wrinkle
hope to see aU the winter entertained friends with a help and direction, for pupils Hanks; Junior Deacon. M. Robert :Lindsay Walker wreath Mrs.conducted J. Miller the ;work-, Sandy Grayson led Keystone For Mrs. Helfricli

visitors now in town, who played holiday party at their home on 1M. Strickland; Senior Steward announces the engagement of chairman, scoring with 18 points. Jeff
who need them.Services Of Melrose
with the group last year, Lakeview Drive, on Saturday C. E. Miller; Junior Steward, her daughter, Julie Elizabeth, hop. Salts was runner-up with 9.

and a cordial welcome to all evening, Dec. 28. The party Held Ward Bessette; Tyler C. W. to Raymond Oscar Crabtree, Jr., Don Green was high for New-
''Mrs. Marie Helfrich S5 of
enthusiasts. If are and buffet table were Camellia Show ,
bridge you !rooms Owens. eon of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond berry with 15.
Interested. why not locate a decorated with a holiday motif. For Mrs. JordanOf The Installing Officer address O. Crabtree of) Jacksonville It was Keystone's night all Melrose, died Thursday, Jan. 2.
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Set For Jan. aboard the chip M. S. Sunward
partner and Join the fun! The (home of Mr. and Mrs. ed the inoomltig Worshipful; Master and Keystone Heights. way with the B team winningIts

JUNIOR WOMAN'S: CLUB Frank Ottinger was the setting Melrose and presented him to (his (Miss Walker is the daughter' By Garden ClubThe game 35-33, and the girls ness.at sea She, following was an employee a sudden of the Ill-

The Keystone Heights Junior for a holiday party oa Saturdayevening :new staff of officers. Debbie of the late R. L. Walker. She team also winning. 32-31.

Woman's Club wiU have their Dec. 28. Mrs. Vera Berryman Jordan, and Arnold Reed, daughter and: attended!! Keystone Heights school Garden,: Club of the Lakes Beat Fort White Federal building, in Gainesville
business meeting and Mrs. Bill Slmeral, of 72 widow of Sam Jordan: of and was a member of the EpIs-
monthly : Mr. son of the new Worshipful\ Master graduating from Bradford will sponsor. .a community Keystone coasted to an 87-33
Thursday evening Jan. 9. The Lake Brooklyn, were Christmas Swan Lake, near Melrcoe. died presented him with lila High] in Starke.' She also ,attended Camellia Exhibit at the municipal victory over Fort White last copal Church!
meeting will begin at 8 p.m. In week guests of Lt. Cmdr. and (Monday. Dec. 30, In a Lake City gavel. St. John's IRver Junior:> College. building in Keystone Saturday night Grayson rackedup Surviving '
the new clubhouse.DTJPONT Mrs. Robert McClintock (Ret..) :hospital after an extended ill A social hour was 'held' in the Palatka, and la\ new em. Heights on January 17. All In. 22 points: for the Indians. Clarence J. Helfrich: a son,
Douglas, and a daughter, Louise: ,
STAFF and family of Orlando. ness. !banquet hall, with .refreshments! ployed at the S. Bryan Jennings terested persons in the community Batts ran second with 18. and
ATTENDS GATOR BOWL On their return from Orlando, !She was born in Elberton provided by wives of the Masons. School in Orange \Park. are invited to enter individual Mike Murrhee bucketed 17 Billy all of Maltose: ; and one !sister,
local DuPont staff mem- Mr. and Mrs. Slmeral entertained County. Georgia. on Jan. 27, (Mrs., Esther Merkh. or Akron
The Hostesses far the evening !were !Mr. Crabtree graduated from camellia blossoms and Wolfe pot Into the double
bers and their wives had their friends from Ohio with a 1896 and had been 'a resident of Mrs. Gilbert Reed, Mrs. Paddle Robert E. Lee (High School in displays.\ Knowing' the !names of figures! with 10 points.: Ohio.
annual Christmas party on Saturday dinner party at their (thorns !Melrose for more than 40 years. Funeral services were held at
Cllrle. Mrs. William Wilson and Jacksonville 'and is now attending specimens entered Is not re- Keystone also won the B team
Dec. 28. The couples assembled Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. She was a member of the Bap- :Mrs. A. P. Hallman.COMMUNITY Mercer University in Macon, Quired. game and the girls contest for 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8, in
Faith Church with
at the Municipal BuildIng George Pallo and son, Terry, eist Church. CHURCH Entries must 'be brought In a sweep of the night's play. Presbyterian

where they boarded two anti Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Surviving are three daughters, The women of the Church will Ga.A late summer wedding Is between. 10 a.m. and 12 noon The Indians will play a. con- Dr. James R. Neale and Rev.
attend the Perstoo.! On New Year's eve, Mrs. Lois Paige and Mrs. Lucille William: Poppell officiating.! De-
chartered busses to
hold their home circle meetingson planned, the date to be announced on January 17. ferrnctgame with Greenville ,
Gator Bowl Game In Jackson- Mr. aid Mrs. Stoeral were Foucart, both of Jacksonville January! 20.( The following Later. The annual Arbor Day pro- this Friday night in the KitS wilt C. .I'oncs() Funeral Home

ville. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Bryant and Mrs. Alma Alford of circles will meet at 1:30: p.m.: gram, sponsored, by the Club gym. 'Was in charge of arrangements.In .

, Following the game a. steak of Gainesville, Ponce DeLeon, Fla.; three sons Mrs. S. E. Kennedy's at the yvyyvvyvYvv-vvvfYvvYvn will be held at the Keystone lieu of letters, friends: were

Sinner, was served at the Holiday On Thursday iMrs. Slmeral Clifford, of Palatka, ; John, of borne of Miss Gertrude Houser; : Heights Library at 10:30( : .a.m. requested to contribute to the

Inn Restaurant on the St. entertained friends with a coffee Alachua; and Rufus Jordan: (Mrs. David Nelson's with MrS Friday, Jan. 17. Smith's daughter, Techla Mc- Heart Fund.

Augustine highway. Gay Living- at her home. Guests Included Lake City; one ,Brother. Fayetta Robert Dodd: Mrs. Walter 3ro- INDIAN BEACH Griff, of Jacksonville. spent last Dr. Salazar

Eton and Sam Gardner coordinated Mrs. John Smith. Dr. Berryxnan, Montgomery, Ala.: llck's will meet at the parson. V. S. Navy. Mac, Betty, and weekend with her.

the pin in tor this event. Grace Roble, Mrs. Freda 18 grandchildren, .and 23 great age; and Mrs. 'William Be.unSr. (Lain Banta Fe) Chuck McGowan !spent Monday Things picked up a little this To Practice Here

BOWLING NEWS Campbell and Mrs. Certl! ; grandchildren. circle will meet with Mrs 871 Michael H. ad"- night with the Millers and week as you can see. Mostly

The Northeast!! Florida Travel Smith. Funeral services were :held at Bernard Slocomb. Ph. &'61111.aa Mike Kelly was a Tuesday :night because of the holidays I'm Dr. J. P. Salazar, of Lake

League played] on Dec. 8 at Leroy Syracuse, of Green 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. J. In The 9:30 a.m. circle of Mrs. and Wednesday visitor. Ole sure. Everybody will settle Butler, will begin practice in

Palm Lanes in Gainesville. De- ville. S. C., is a house guest of Ellam Baptist Church hi 'Melrose Kelly Greeson will meet at the &aaa&a ALA&&AAAAaI Santa was :really loaded down down again this week. I guess the office of the late Dr. Don

Witt C. Jones, our local team, :Mrs. Bess GroEtoerg of Lake- 'with Rev. Edgar 'Wilker- home of Mrs. J. A. .Williams. Well hello there, we haven't when ihe got to the Millers, the Until next week, "May the good Chrlstotfers in Keystone Heightson

played against Bellair Lanes of view Drive. I son officiating. Interment was Evening circles: Nlghtengales been: together in a whole year main reason being that (he had Lord bless and keep you all." January 13. Office hours

I Ormond Beach taking four Mr. and Mrs. Ty Gerber, of In Melrose Cemetery under direction will meet at 7:45.: Rebeccas will Yep, we are !starting another a. Shetland Pony in his bag with Now, here's Leeon. will be from 9 to 12 on Monday -

points In the competition. :N 1son's Point, drove their son, of Dewitt C. Jones Funeral meet ,at 8 p.m. at the home of year together. and I sIncerelY' Joan's name on It. Those of LEEON'S CORRNER Wednesday, Thursday, and

t/flss, Gladys Thus, memberof Eric, back to Fort Benning, Ga. Home. Mrs..Thomas Gregory. hope this Is a happy one for you who have been past the "Our Astronauts. Saturday, and from 10 to 1 on)

) the local team, had high on New Year's Day. ryv-vyyyyyyyy.wyyyyyyyy PERSONALS every one of my readers. I had Miller home have noticed the The bravest men around, Tuesday and Friday

game of) 212 and high series of Scott Haynes of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mra. (Harvey L. Par- just as soon not ihave started nice little corral they have fix- That's the way it seems to me.

677. Total wood for the team was a guest last week of Ma den of West Hartford, Oonn.. the new year wish that bad ed. We all wish Joan good luckas Tlhcise men who circled the

was 4023. Thus far In the ,season grandparents Mr. and Mrs. MELROSE spent New Year's weekend with weather though.. I :heard several she learns to ride her new Moon

the Keystone team has Whltey Haynets. Mr. .and Mrs. (Robert Farrell. reports that It even snow- pony. To see what they could see.! ((tb\\r'ttb .fI.!:

captured ,high series and Gladys Miss Carol Etephenaon.. w U;. Forden la Mrs. FerreU'a. ed in Jacksonville, last week.It Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwood, Yes, they've finally made it. DIRECTORYBAPTIST fit
3ias had the high game for the daughter of Mrl:.:and Mrs Lor-- J3y-JoiceRewS son. looks as if we're just' going Mickey Gaunt, and Mrs. Llnnle Om Astronauts circled the

leaprue. Stephenson, left Sunday to report aAaA &aa&a&aA aaaa &a& 'Mr. land Mrs A. >P. HaTjer- to (have to forget about havinga Norwood of Miami spent Christmas Moon. -

The league will be playing In to work at her new job In stroh of Valparaiso, Ind.: visited nice weekend, cause the in Atlanta. Ga. with! Mr. And if nothing drastic hapena. J

Ocala on Jan. 12. Tampa. She! graduated from :Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Hannahand the Jack Haberstroh's during weather messes. up at the end and Mrs R. C. Eddy and family. They're planning to land there First Baptist Church Rev

POST OFFICE COMMENDED: : FSU In December.Mr. daughter, Buffy and Mrs. the Christmas: holidays. Jack's of every week. One thing for Larry Norwood has been soon. 1 Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sunday -

Gladys Tillis. local postmaster and Mrs. John Sullivan1 Sarah Hannah of Micanopy visited brother and !Wife were on their. sure, you don't have to worry home from Washington, visitinghis Already they've accomplishedmany School, 9:45 a. m Wor-

wishes to thank the patrons of Nelson's Point returned Mr. and Mrs. VirgIe Rowe way to Merritt Island to visit about having' a .sun stroke : parents, and they entertained !! feats, ship Services, 11 a. m. and

of this} community for home this weekend after spendIng family Sunday. their daughter and family, the J. Last Saturday, my parents with a cookout on !Saturday.Mr. Why they've even walked In 7:30 p. m. Training Ionian,

their fine cooperation during New Year's with Mr. and and'Col. Emma E. Vogel had as K. Fensners. Mr. and Mrs. J. K.Habenstrohs. James and Crickett Chilly attended and Mrs. Curt James of Space. 0:30 p. m. Nursery open for

the holidays In using ZIP codes Mrs. Al Beranek of Sun City her house guest for the Christmas of Willlainsport the Gator Bowl in Jack Westminister.! Calif. were visiting Now I guess' 'before we know It, all services.

and In mailing their packages Center week Lt. Col. Agnes P. Pa., surprised Jack' and Gladys sonville, and saw a real upsetas \: his parents. Mr. and Mrs. We'JI have rockets all over the
pnd card: early. This'. made the Robert Pater returned to whalloped Alabama place. -CATHOLIC
Christmas Missouri
U. S. Army (Retired). when they flew in for 'a. Doyle James for the Christmas
work much easier for the pub- North Central Florida Academy Snyder Col. Snyder'\ director: of the evening visit. 35-10.( New Year's" Eve, Grandmother holidays. i Docking, and1< changing sMps.Is St. William's Church-Sunday

lic.Post on Sunday.Mr. Therapy Course. con Newlyweds' Marshall and (Nancy Copeland, and I, along Mr. and Mrs. Danny Lutgen vital In the "Moon-landing; Mass 9 a. m. WednesdayMass
Office and Mrs. Albert Bach- Physical attended the Plan" and Novena, 7 m.
employees arepeaed ducted at the Albany MedicalColl.ege :Beam enjoyed! Christmas with Otis Melton have moved their trailer on toW o.
with the plaque they mann entertained friends with In Albany N. Y. with new friends In California. V.'atch-night Service at the First 1 ,' pf-enfa lot and are now They'll be checking everything
received recently from the service an open house party on New Blckel of where Marshall had >a short. holiday Baptist Church In Hampton; My living there out next trip. COMMUNITY: : UltTCn

men In Vietnam who are Year's Eve.Members Mr. and Mrs. Ray visited their leave.! They planned, t be parents, James and Cricket. and Mrs. Kimbrough Just to be'.sure they can. Sunday School, 9:40: ( a.m.MOI.nlng .
residents of the Keystone of the Keystone Indiana recently Gfandm other Copeland and I Mr. Thoe.e pictures they made Worship 11. Youth' Fel.low.shlp -
and daughter-in-law. Mr. move, after the first of the year, the Christmas (holidays in were
spent
Heights area. The plaque commended Heights Volunteer Fire Department eon overlooking the ate New Year's Day dinner his wonderful. (all teenagers), at 7 p.
to apartment their and
andfamily. an with son
Jesse BIckel
and Mrs. :Miami
the post office personnel and their guests celebrated beach and their new address with my grandparents, Hubert and Mrs. J. 8. Showing us our little Earth m.; Pascal Carr director. Holy
Mr.
for distinguished the New Year with Starke. familY It makes Communion, 1st: t Sunday In cacti
service a partyat V.-U1 ,be 117 A. Coro&ado Beach and Palma Chitty In you atop and wonder.
above: and beyond the call of the fire department on Tues Mr. and Mrs. Roy Samson, San Clemente, Calif. 02672. When we returned home. my Kemp Daryl Barrows About our Universal worth quarter.. Wednesday night! Prayer
duty to the day evening. Dec. 31 who live In St. Thomas In the Mr. and Mrs. Yes Service. 7:30.: ( -Rev. Leoa F.
U. S. service men Mrs. Thelma Webster of Coral brother Wayne was entertaining holidays In Jackson- they'll some day land on
the holidays the
Virgin Islands, spent spent
In Mr. and Mllner pastorEPISCOPAL.
Vietnam. Mrs. Hill BrannonJr. Christmas guest : George Allen, Linda Fields Miss the Moon. ,
Gables was a their daughter
with
for-
In vile
Melro&e. They are
The plaque will] be displayed and children were recent and 'of Mr. and Mrs. James' Oook. Marshall Pardee, and Billy Bell and their lIOnIn.la.w It's evident as, can be-
Barrows
mer !Melrose residents Barbara>
lit the stamp lobby> > of the post guests of Mrs. Brannon's par : Mrs. Cook was hostess at a of Keystone, and Mary Gayla and daughter Mr. and But I'm afraid that they'll! have -
still hi home
office. ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brid-- ; ave a here. Christmas tea for members of Lipston of Gainesville. who : tn make it, I St. Anne's Church, Rev

BOOSTER'S CLUB BANQUETThe ges, of Lake Geneva, Leon Leave Ebersole in Melrose: is: spendinghis with his\ the Nightingale Circle on December were all supper guests. Thurs Mrs.Last Fraser.Sunday guests of Pete Without the good company of William I. Jones, Vicar Holy

Keystone Heights Boostor's Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gardner, parents Mr. and Mrs. Eber- 28. The Cook: home ;was day night, my parents went to and Joyce Barton were: Mr. ma. Communion. 8 a. m. every
Club! will sponsor their annual students at FSTJ. were holiday festively decorated with a large Gainesville, to visit: Uncle Johnny Freddie Wattersonand Sunday. First SundayHolY
sole. He will be stationed In and Mrs.
] Athletic Banquet on Satur. guests of Tom's parents, Mr. Vietnam.Mr. tree in the living room. The Ellis, and two of my cousins family; Mr. and Mrs. Communion. 8 a. m. and 9:30:

day evening, Jan. 11. The dinner and Mrs. Sam Gardner.On refreshment table was' covered Elaine Ellis and John Merle Mr. and a. m. Second third, and fourth -
and Mrs. Virgie Rowe : Lovell and family;
will be served at the scftoolcafetorium Friday: evening', local golf cloth Manning who were In the accIdent Sundays Morning Prayer
'with 'a ,green net over Ward and Mr. and
spent New Year's Eve in Willlston Mrs. W. C. ;
at 1:<13. The fathers enhhusfasts! enjoyed! viewing satin. Scattered about the week before Christ- all from 9:30: () a. m. Evening Prayer -
at the (home of Mr. and green Mra. Robert Ward
will prepare the char-broiled films of the 1966 and 1967 Mastey'S Mrs. Prank Welland and fam the table were red felt pol.nset- mas. Elaine :las made a remarkable Starke: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence -Sunday, 7pm. Holy Days

steaks. Tickets are now on sale Tournament, at the club- tlas bordered In green felt, and, recovery after being David and will be announced.
ily. 1 Laroach: of Georgia;
for $3 each. All proceeds from house. Everett Fox and Sam with sequins .and In a critical condition. s.h.s. '\
Mr. and Mra. Richard Canty (sparkling In fact she Louise Lewis of Fort Myers:
and children of Flushing, Mich. :beads. walking around now and Fred and Corine Thieman -LUTHERAN
spent the holidays with Mr. Lt. Col. and Mrs. A. F. 'Whll- even felt like going to the store read of Jacksonville. w 1to. ;: Divine Worship, 11 a. m

and Mrs. Ed Longnecker.! den of Fort Stewart, Ga., and with her mother. If you terrible Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant Sunday Holy Communion. 2nd
the
Mrs. Ernest Campbell of their three children former last week about spent Christmas\ In Gainesville Sunday. Services held each

Jacksonville visited! Mr. and Keystoners spent the post- wreck she was in, you'll know. with their daughter and family' "Maybe you should try Sunday at St. Anne's Epts

LOOKING ? Mrs. Ernest Bartlett Sunday.Mr. Christmas weekend with Col. that this Is wonderful about news.I all :Mr. and Mrs. Lagrasse.Mr. Diii iitI'ravorKEYSTONE-' copal Church.\:
don't know you
Whilden's mother' Mrs. John W. Carpenter -"
and Mrs. Richard Durbtn glad toget and Mrs. D.
'and Mr. Hlmble.. but I'm certainly
Himble Jackson-
and children of Tampa visited All the days spent Christmas: In
his parents Mr .and Mrs. C. Rev. and Mrs. Leon F. Miner back on schedule. villa with Mr. and Mrs. David NURSERYD.C.
been so mixed up, till you ,
W. Durbin. and Ws sister Mrs. ''have returned: from a Christmas have with them. Reid and !sons. David and Eddy
'Visit with their son, John and just can't keep up Carnes NurseryHwy.
returned with their grandparents .
For Income Tax Deductions? family In Pennsylvania. Oa If any of ,this week's news Mrs.
) weekend.
:
Page the
(Co.it'nued: On Next visited Mrs. seems a little old It's becauseqllt.e for 100, Florihome I15921CSNUnlel"
their return, they weekend
Walker a
Hrlen. was Stod Thousands of
weren'thome ) _-
few people
who suffered! a. a HEIGHTSDIRECTORY
Clarence Stpe. .
Gardner were the projectionist.Mr. the day after Christmas Visitor of the Carpenters.Mrs. Plants it Fruit Trees to choose
hip fracture on Christmas Dayland Ellis received a
and Mrs. William Egan, in .Ala- when I called them. So let's : George from Shade Trees. Evergreens t*
You can Legally uncover more underwent surgery phone call from her grandson, Landscape Plant In containers.
of Silver Spring. Md., spent see what's been happening.
chua: General Hospital. Jerry Music, who is in the U, S.
several days visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James, McEachern Mrs. T. A. Sweat of Quitman, He la out on a ship, and CAMELLIAS A AZALEASLet
Navy.
"Needles in the Haystack" when you :Mrs. Henry Behuber:: during the have. returned from Boston. Ga. spent the Christmas holiday. called to wish the EllLses a U. Do Your Landscaping
(holidays. 'The Egana were en- with her son-in-law and daughter
McEachera
:Mass., where: Mrs. Merry Christmas, and to say
route to their winter home la Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hilliard. RABY'S AUTO
have aU your cancelled checks on Margate underwent: her forth eye surgery. Mrs. Hilllard returned to Quit. the hoped to be '!home in March USED CARS

with her mother for a visit Mrs Jo Strandberg spent SERVICE
man.
Christmas; week In Jacksonvillewith \ \ Hanks Used Cars
hand. Open your checking account and: came lome Saturday.
her saM, Charles and Complete Auto RepairsAir
I While Mrs. Sweat was here DISCOUNT
HOUSEOpen BIG CASH
BROOKLYN SUPPLY their families.
theY' all visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul, and Conditioning Repairs
here today! Swearingen TERMSBUY
Fred and Vera
Ra rh Royaler in Dunellon. & Automatic Transmission
Under New Management epent) Christmas Eve In Jack SELL TRADERT.
Mrs. Ruby Dyal and: Mr. and Service
and!
Mrs. Buddy Kelly and three sonville with their son f am- PHONE 473-4404 1. BOX 10

EDDIE CARDENAS. OWNER children of Gainesville, and: ely Len and Linda Swearingen, Little Lake Bedford Hwy. 109, I Mlle. S. StaRe
and daughter Tammy Lynn.
:Mr. and Mrs. Bill HatfIeld of
KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember PLYWOOD LUMBERBUILDER'S Cecil Field were Sunday dinnerguests : Christmas Day. they went to CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST

HARDWARE of the Jack Miller fam Jasper, to visit\ Vera'a mother, BEAUTY SHOP

ROOFING SHEETROCK fly They all enjoyed a smoked :Mrs. A. L. Mathls. and were THAT ALL YOUR

PLASTERING MATERIALS turkey dinner. Buddy Kelly was Joined by other members of the KEYSTONEBEAUTY CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla.
\ family. The Swearingens celebrated -
_- PANELING home on leave from Cuba THE BEST'FROMEdwanI'
where he la stationed with the their thirty-finst. anniversary SHOP
PAINTS INSULATION TOOLS ETC. on Jan. 1, Congratulations. Building
"Your Frtendly Bank EDITH JOHNSON Owner .
KEYSTONE
HIGHWAY 21 NORTH OF -
Mrs. H. T. Smith has !return Personal and Creative Hair Styling Inc.
Doctors are encouraged as to Supply
:In Your Friendly Community. Ph. 473-4888 PROMPT DELIVERY relative Every Form of Beauty ,
tie' retJrn of sl.ght! but the main ed home after visiting
Culture Tuej.-Sat. 9-5 closed
in Starke Jacksonville, and ; 7W s. Mala 3724544GAINYU.LE.
cure new Is 000 of faith and the Moixtay.1
pouter of, raynr. Live Oak. for a few weeks. Mrs. :. FLA.THE .

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) Is out. ed by the Slpprelles. coon begin plaiM for the besot ildl l !J lIul kill. ConJItlonn, anaBpuvitlfiitiunw UulneHVlllo, ; Vtar'* Starke, Florida., Said moetlnflt
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New Store To OpenA The pony club was recently tUJcatlon of the lot.> nuiy be. uutuuiuU. antra Utruat wlBlnal ,,.w.r will be held at the office of the may he entered against you for
WIll Interested taunt Uiu State PuiuliHBliiK Cum- Ida and file the asuoclatlon 118 North Tempi'!' the relief demanded In the ComplAint -
MELROSEIFrom new place of bu.ttnewj orsranlTOd and anyone ._ : In the UrrIN! of the
01' IIl0alln" Avenue at two o'cloi-k In the or PetitionWltnenn
ml lon WUlium It.
>> iiiuxiniinUuiiaiutf at
Court
.!open In Melrose this. week. Red Is Invited to join. Meetingsare \ .' Jtuuin 112 Citiliuuuan Clerk or the Circuit afternoon, on Wednesday Jan. mY hand and the Baal
''Thompson is moving Ws Sew- :held! the third Sundav of "Many\ it man who neglects : net. TulliilmHuuo.. Florida.Tha Florida. tun beforerthe 11 daydo 16. 1069." of geld Court on tho 80th day
CommmHlou. .. the 01' Ruby/' Johns, Secretary or D""m..r, 1981.
Preceding Page) ing Machine Service Store from each month at the home of Mr. his friend: to make n nnme right to reject any luuurvuit or, .all bldH.Kxecunvu l of .Janua..Y. 1969.bY'If deteu talwnlbe 1 t I-II CIIARLPR:'" A. DARny AS!!
Keystone to Melrose. It will be and Mrs. Corey. For more information for himself is surprised when 1>lruvtur: .0. Judgment pgRlnat you fur the re- CI.F.RK OF .RAID COIIRT.DAnDY A.
taken F.
and located In the building next to : call the Corey :red .Al J. .LIII)'. demended In the Complain In The Circuit, Conr Of The) BY: VIROINIA. '
C. C. Corey, family. his friends tell him what the 1.a at 2-19. net shall be puhllehed' Eight Judicial Circuit Of Florida Deputy:" r1..rk.
Monday guests of Brig. Gen. the poet office. dence. name ."- Dale Hold. Thie each Notice week for tour coneeeutlve In And For Bradford County. FIRST. PUBLICATION 1..! JanuarY 4t 1.80
once
la The Circuit Court O( Florida Bradford 1969.
Pony ClubMembers Woman' Club weeks In the Can N'0. '11I.Patrlela
Kromer were
P. F.
and Mrs. rldge.-The Langford! (S. D.) Eighth Ju.llclnl' Circuit In ADd A Ilny. Plaintiff. -
their children and their families of the North Central: The Melrose Woman's Club Buirle. for llrnilford CouDll" generall8circulation I ,: : In Stae Y e.Bradtord v.. Kenneth Ray Ldnzy, Defen- J.r.nAL: NOTICE
: : Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyn- Florida Pony Club won prizes will hold the first meeting of Alexunuer, Hlidrell) Spllman. or County Florida. ctant. Healed Bids will I bn re"elve"
PlaIntiff va. Henna GcraidtrteWaylund of December SUITwho lnfr than 10:00:
NOTICE OF and not
ton and two children 4)f) Washington for their ponies at the recent the year Wednesday. Jan. 8. : BDllnion. .Defendant.NOTlCli Dated, 11103." lhla 11 day no resilience In unknown.TO AM UTI ,f February. 8. 1909 In the of-
D. C.: P. F. Kromer. Horse Show In Gainesville.Mr. This! will be a bmlne!!i meeting INVITATION PltlCllASI.NUlurlila: TO!IUD Of 8U111 : Kenneth nay Limy. I,.* nf riiittlnaflm. MannnrerFlorida -
BTA-rti TO Glennii UcraiUlne Way- < Clerk thatan for the
: Notified
Prlfon
8CHAnlE3 AHBT. Are Hereby Stale
Jr. of Silver Spring Md.:, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Corey !! end plans will he discussedfor tU\UU..IUN: !. .. land Spllmun. whoaa resiaence A. You action for divorce hoe. been of harv".tln" rl. and Mrs. Ted Kromer and children and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sip- the 75th anniversary" cele Tallnuaaee Uculud.. *' elide will lot: R. lo'. L>. 1. Boston Culpopoer Circuit By'Bnlah Court M. Moody Deputy filed against( you. and you are Furchn-n ',.''' IOnrl KawtlmbeJ:; '
Competitive County Virginia. of d..I/n..t.,1 aroan of
of Atlanta, Oa.: Mrs. prella had ponies In the Pony bration. The Executive Board tie rocoivea by the\ Stuia 1'ur- You Are Notified.. that a Com- Clerk U/U nil' wrlten required dcfondftw to serve. If a copy any to It your on State In curtain of Florida l< lend lo'-otfd at
James McMahon and children Roadster Qats. First and sec 'will meet prior to the regular KiiavinK JoinniisDiuii. ,. until 11:00AM. : plaint for Divorce has been filed Elate. 8. Sanders l Attorney for" Florida" !ante Prison -. Itn IfOrcJ.
ui> tn date uliuvvn fur theloUuwtng ag-alnat you. and you are re'qul..e" flEETiNG Plaintiff, whew addreiw.. la U8 Florida" Kl'l' form may be a.-
and Mrs. Robert Kromer and ond place was taken by ponies mf'f'tlng. : to serve a copy of your NOTICE Oil' ANNl1AL Weat Call Street Starke, Floride cured from thatj of :
children all of Green Cove owned by the! Corey's. Third The parking lot has been Janutuy 16.1. OtU. Sale ofMixed Answer or Pleading to the oil' MEMIIhRS'Ftret Savinge. and and file the original with fc' V.lcTltrnor.
Springs. place was taken '1>v a pony own- completed and the club will 1'ino Oum.es Complaint. A. Z. Adklnu on Plalntttf'i, Jr.. 111 Attorney S. W.- Loan Aeeociatlon Federal of Sta..ke, the Clerk on or of before the February ahovedtyledCourt 10, Iluslnn12-C.'Bt M'lnnnjr' 1-23
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Morris ---------.--------------- ------I-'! ,I_ __.. .n.... nthorwlnn. a Judgement
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and ,son!; of Tifton. Ga., visited I 1 --- --- -------- --------------

their Jlmmv Price parents and, Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs. : U.S.D.A. GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZENFRYER t

Howard Morris and other i i sell i f fI

friends Mr. and and Mrs.relatives B. E.In Kelly.Melrose Jr. H HAle only

and daughter!' Mr. and Mrs. B.
E. Kelley. Sr and! Sam Kelley 1I
U.S.D.A. I II
spent Christmas In Branford i
II
FOOD
With Mrs. Dorothy Land. I '
.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore .
and family have returned froma -1
week of camping In the Keys. ChoiceZ
Mrs. Pearl Wlngenbach I II
re-
cently spent a week la Apopka) I 11' 1 1
FAIR
with trander.Mr.ter. Mr.:her. and son-in-law Mrs. Richard and daugh Os. LEGS OR 'beefsteaks I


and Mrs. Robert Mitc&ell!
of Michigan spent; Sunday with II I J JI
Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Dann en. and roasts.
I SUPERMARKETS I
route to Tampa.Mr. II
I
and Mrs. Billy Copelandand I II
family visited his parents, i BREASTS WITH II I 1 1
Mr. and Mrs.
George CopelandIn II r
I I
Palatka.We RIBS
,
would !Hire to welcomeMr. I II FOOD. FArR I ITY
and .Mrs. Edward Grover I II """' .... I I ....T,..-.. I II
who have
moved Into the
Darin's anartment. Mrs. Grover II I U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE e J I FREE aer.a TOOl! II I

Is; the former Clara Gable of I 2 LB ; I II
Macon Ga. Edward recently 1I II
returned" from service In Viet
nam and has been living In ell I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY I II
Starke. He Is Mrs. Dann's
I
grandson. BOXCHUCK i THRU TUESDAY, JANUARY 11th
II QUANTITY RIGHTS I
Deaf! his claimed two Me!- RESERVED
roe'; rttents.! Mrs. Vera Jordan I I I- I I
died DPC. 30 In the hostHtal
In rake City and wa.s buried
Wednesday to the Melrose
CemftTy.: She had lived In
Melrose" fnr 40 years and wasa U.S.CHOICE Gee.
1
member of) the Baptist
Church. CALIFORNIA

Death also claimed Mrs. Clar ROAST
ence Helfrich last week. At the STEAK
time this U written, funeral
cevicea had not been announ USDA
Goon G.u
ced.We CHOICE; .
would also like to extendour
r.raiaa;
deepest sympathy to the
families of both of these ladies.
We would also like to extend
(sympathy, to Mrs. Omar Huff,
whose. mother, Mrs. McDonald.
of Valdosta Ga. recently pass
ed away. FttEPARE D FOODS BY
We are ihappy to see that

Mrs.able to return Wilma to Carson work.has She been has MEAT RAVIOU

been sick for several! months WITH SAUCE ORStICEO i
and last week was able to re- D IEEF E 2-!
Ford's turn .to Grocery!her job as cashier at I2t WITH GIAVY : :

Mrs. Pearl Wingenbach spent

her New son Year's and In Gainesville daughter-in-law with 1.29: CHOICE lit 4L

Mr.bach.Mr..and Mrs. Joseph Wingen- _

: and Mrs. Lonley Tennantand
children of Daybrook. W.
Va., were visitors at the (!home
of their niece and nephew Mr.
and Mrs. Billy Copeland WHOLE
Mr. and Mrs Ray V. Bally of :
Virginia Beach Va. are visiting :: CREAM STYLE

her parents: Mr and Mrs. R. .F. : _
Simmons. *|
Vlrgle Rowe and Tom Cham- rr'I
Iblee hassee.spent Saturday in Talla BY

Mrs.: Marilyn Bryant :and iiI
children of Dade City visited

Iher grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. _
J. O. Dann. _
Miss Debbie Copeland spenta
week in Palatka with her
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. ; I ****! I

George Mr. and Copeland.Mrs. Gerald Pappy CHASE & I I MERINGUE LEMON OR COCONUT I SAVE! FANCY GOLDEN RIPE Ii

recently visited their children ;
and friends in Jacksonville.(

Mr. and scent:Mrs.several Red Thompsonhave days In i D I i BANANASCARNATION j jI

IMrs..Jacksonville Marie Sumners with his who mother Is In, i SANBORN PIES

the :hospital suffering from an
attack of flu. I II
Those of us _WIth school age I sneak baked I
children were happy to see b I I 1
Monday morning roll around 8' 38 I
I II
and have school resume aftera I
twro-week" :holiday. Maybe 59 C
LB I
I 1 I II
things will !ret back to normalIn I t SAVE lit
a few days. CAN
Don't forget to remind your I COUNTRY SQUIRE I LB I
children that The New Life Bible !- I
Club will start meeting: FRENCH STICK..16oi25 !
again: Wednesday after school I LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER I I ;



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