Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03826
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Julian C. ongc

U. of Fla. Library History ,

Gainesville Fla.3261

Burglars Road Department

Make 2

Hits Here Salaries PoliciesSafe

crackers entered (

kv two Starke offices over the .9JttJu

School 'weekend safes ment.Bradford, according and Sheriff's peeled Depart-to two the A re Es t a b II i S h Pl'ytj//JS7''JfIv U'lr I

Broken Into were the offices of

Board Dr. T. O. Rltch. 701. East Call FiremenTo Budget

Street, and the local office of

the Florida Power and LightCo.

., 359 Colley Road, just around -
r i SeenIn
Seeks Hitch's. the come from Dr Adopt ;

A#' : According to( Deputy Sheriff By Laws I RedAn

HousingAn .ljt $ ..4ILZiEi11L Robert Green, the burglars got -

only .a small quantity of drugs

from the safe the
in doctor's office approximate) five percent

appearance by three and "very little" cash from, General membership of cost- of living IMI.V)

school board members and Florida Power and Light. the newly organized 6. raise\ was wcommumlfd' 1 for

the school superintendentbefore Bradford County Volunteer 17 county road department!

the County Commis- Fire Department will employees Tuesday:- night

sioners Wednesday, Jan. $ In both instances the safes meet Monday, Jan. 27, at I by a committee of t three!
left the school board broken by
8th were open breaking in civil defense
7:30: p.m. I count y conimissioneTH:- :- :
where it be- loose rivets in the front of the
exactly was building to consider MOPt I headed by J. M. (!Judd)
fore the meeting when door( starting at the corner .with t inn of a constitution and Norman.

other county officials move metal) tools, and peeling back bylaws and to to the new courthouse Ithe the outer layer of metal to expose -
officers.A Policies concerning/! holidays! ,
school board will be home- the concrete beneath. The
sick leave l'lld'acIUons
temporary board of directors -
less. concrete was broken out giving county nlbo established; by the committee
of the
to the locks underneath
access ,
ft2 firemen met Monday nIght in nn site mpt ((3 nail clown
Speaking for the school board : which could then be manually '
Jan. 13. to ready the proposed fit icily the p.roccdlln11lttCl'
was Charles Sawyer: "As you pulled back. Both robberieswere Ralph Bradford .
constitution for the general which the road crew will work
know several years ago when reported at 7:30 Mon.
> : a-m.
membership to consider. The 1 Retroactive to Jan. 1 the pay
taken on
a straw ballot was day.
volunteer organization has been rni.se will mean: a S73..I3& weekly
the courthouse there was a gen-
eral assumption that it would .set up to provide fire protectionfor ChamberSpeaker ;ullitlon to tile county payroll'
elected offi- The two safe jobs are very residents outside the city' or .a total: of ,8I.i,5i:! : for the 39

clals.house all county Dense woods secluded the still site which was Just a few. :yards off (Ue, Brownlee Road similar to ones last year at Denmark limits of Starke. weeks of the buiiutt! year itiuain.

"In the Interim It was said five miles from Starke. Dep. Green in shown la.back of the >pot as be reloads his cam Phillips Furniture 66 Bulk Co. and the Similar organizations, which ill otter; Dee( 31.
Plant Deputy we members of the countywide
It would be too costly per
era to record evidence.
boardin" Green said. group have also been formedin Uncbr tli" near pay scale drag:
foot to house the
V 1 Hampton and Brooker. line upe'alors will draw $95!
It was
the new courthouse.
suggested that money would be Man Caught Dr. Ritch's office was enteredvia Members meeting Mondaywere : weekly and operators( tf oilier!

used for another building (tat .. a window 'on the north side Fire Chief Harry Green. Booked machinery: : 3133! per: week, up
Asst. Chief Tom Crawford. from :8822.:; :!: Lllbtl'cl'sI'm draw:
lower cost per square foot). of the building gave access -,
Treas. Frank Williams, and Sal I week from $30.33.:!:; No
"Then it was said that if any to the lab room. The safe !per up
money was left over after furnishing Shine Still SeizedA was a small one mounted in the Directors George Roberts, O. Ralph Bradford. world<1 traveler .: )pay raise was given employees

and equipping the wall according to Dep. Glen M. Turner, and Bill Graudons. author, and former official with less than a year's exper

courthouse" the school board Moore, who investigated it.Entrance Letters are being sent to of) the U S. Chamber of Commerce knee

would get some financial help prospective volunteer firemen will be featured speakerat :

toward a meeting place. 270-gallon: capacity' moon- woods road next to it because he raid. It had been picked up for gained to the who have expressed an interest, the 22nd annual dinner J, C. SPP.ll; cisht-year: veteran .

Sawyer said that the board shine .still was seized and destroyed thought he heard something. "I was break according to 'Trees. Williams meeting of the Starke-Bradford roud' (department: laborer
use.Barnett Florida Power 'office by However, he .says, anyone inter- County Chamber of was promoted( to assistant: foro-(
believed $30,000 would be sufficient and -a Bradford man arrested wish I'd kept going, 'he re- told Deputy Green he Commerce.
to build an addition to TuesdaY' morning ,by marked. was operating the still for its ing a glass pane from the reardoor to ested in the department is invited The dinner will be held in the m in at $93 PIT) week up from
and reaching through to attend the Jan. 27 Starke Golf & Country Club his $80.35 as n laborer
and renovate the USO building Bradford sheriff's deputies as- final run before moving It.GI'cen .
where most of the county school sisted by state beverage agents Seized and destroyed by agents open the door. The safe was meeting.At Thursday nIght Jan. 30, at
jnoved from the office to a small a meeting of the county 7:30: o'clock. To make roan fcr Sapp assistant
staff Is now quartered.At and members of the U. S. ,Alcohol were the 270-galIon tank, called in beverage agents burgled.
side room where it was commission last Wednesday foreman) Arch Ellington'stitle
and Tobacco :Tax: Division which contained 250-gallons of after making sure the still
< the School Board's meet Investigation; Is continuing in Jan. 8, the organization was Mr. Bradford provided 20 was; changed to foreman

ing on Monday, SuperintendentTom Bobby Eugene Barnett, 33, Re- mash or wort, the car radiator was being operated early Tues- both cases, according to Drp.GI' given permission to salvage years of service with the U, S.Chamber and R, E. Junes'< : title will now
Casey said they might be no resident, was caught at the used .4s a condenser, a pump, day morning Lawmen caught
ll. after a five-year apprenticeship be iupcrlntcrulent.Two .
able to get along by building a still just off the QBrownlee Road compressor( and several five- Barnett before the fire got .hot [.Continued On Page Six] as marmper of :a employees:\ Foreman ElHiittton .

$10.000 addition to( the USO :5 1.4 miles northwest of Starke gallon glass jugs. enough to give "good" shine ., .. chamber in 'Texas.! While with and 1 mechanic: Pi.te Barton -
but the board felt that when five lawmen' sneaked .upon
building the National Chamber he served were granted: :: $10 per week 1
last him 'and rushed! the still about -
this resort should and that be dope the County as a Corn 10:30: a.m. Deputy\ Robert Green recognized Barnett 'was charged with possession as a department manager, increases: flora $113::>> to $123::>> per

, rnUsloners should. be approached Barnett said he had Just left the tank as one he had helped o!< of a moonshine still and general manager and executive werk.

again.) the .still and waited-down: (tie puncture., in a previous shine possession of mash. ,...,. < vice president! He concluded hl.sscl'Vlce !international
with six years as an
t\\ & The committee settled on a
Commissioner Chairman
"I feel the I. vice president of policy of ptylriif any new laborer
Shuford answered the U S. Chamber $70 per -week\\ to start: and an
board (of commissioners
where it was before. We don't Changes Made To Improve In recent years Mrs Bradford, operator $8i per week to .start.
The committee discussed establishing
know whether or not" there will 2'- who now lives in Ocala has
( a system tj award' Incentive -
be any money been traveling abroad representing .
Increases but settled !
Hamilton commented. "You American business in 42 pay
had the same rights for on the cost of living increase
have countries of the world, filling
taxation as we have. Every School Traffic ProblemSteps r speaking engagements, and clue to the fact that It Is the

time we raise our taxes, we writing on themes he believesare mcklk: of the budget, year and

hear a fuss. If there is any important to "a free and the Road arc! Bridge Fund is ex-

money left over, I'm in favorof have been taken this busy intersection at Orange the educators felt necessary for open society." He has written )pcctccl to have more expenses

it; otherwise, no." week to better regulate traffic and Washington Streets in frontof the safety of students and published 14 books. than( the commission budgeted.(

Finally, School Board members at .school crossings in the Bradford the vocational center: and "The city council didn't shoveit

pointed out that the Commissioners High, -vo-tech center, middle school. The two new aside; they approached, it as Other activities on the agenda Other !pay: increases will have

had at one time Starke Elementary School area schools have accounted for mostof a city traffic problem Clark Jr, for the dinner meeting! Include to'l1lt until budget makinj
traffic problems with said. The county sheriff's department .,, I ,ra brief annual reports the recognition time In mtd! -summer. Chairman
been given plans for the addition in northwest Starke and to lessen the new f \
Streetto has also, agreed, Clark of outstanding citizensIn NOl'man:1'1: critical of the policy
and renovation of the USO the danger of students crossing students crossing Orange
building: and asked !if the USO busy Orange Street. and from classes -and for said, to furnish a patrolmanwhen the community, and the possibility the commission has been
city officer is called away .- of preview of the Calf following In recent years of
a a
building, if deeded to the county A joint meeting of city county lunch.
stationedat emergencies. Scramble film which it is hoped granting ray raises without.
couldn't be considered a and school officials last Sapp was previously ti //f/4
satellite courthouse. Thursday led to the following the crossing in front of Brad- Consideration the school r' will be completed by banquet budgeting: far them.

Clerk Charles Darby said. steps which were, put into effect for< High on Temple A\e. traffic problem, created by the $ S, iyIt time. Read department employees
"You may have a point there: Monday, according to Asst. /
the middle will henceforth
addition of new! Tickets for this event .have receive two
Street, nom
Ralph Bryan Washington
and newcomer Connie Clark
Supt :
vocational center ,weeks 'vacation after
school already been mailed one year's
asked that the matter bo con. -City Patrolman Felix Sapp Grand Street west to Orange,
was brought to the attention of will he closed out at employment and three weeks aft.
rrwetrg.;! been closed to the public
tinued to the n< x, has been stationed the newly has '
during certain critical hours the city council by Councilman l 200 by Thursday, Jan 23. the cr 10 year's: service, the committee

..... each day, such .as when buses P. T, NoUn who is also( a Brad- scheduled deadline No reservations UecUecK: :

children ford school administrator.. NoUn will be accepted; after Sickleave will accrue at one
loading and unloading -
On Consumer CodeControversy arc at! Starke Elementary, has the position( of assistant superintendent that date. day per month or 12 days per
in charge of non-In year No employee will be allowed -
Clark s-ald. Prior to Monday
structional services. to accumulate over 24
school personnel with no auth-

Seen ority to make arrests -were fore. hr' Poverty Work days.
Attending the meeting were '
ed to patrol Washington Streetas ;
Councilmen Jimmy McRae and + Nine holilays were establishedby
students got\ on or off buses
NoUn; school board! members Y ? Awards Set the committee to correspondwith
with the street also \busy with
Rodney Hall and Seeber Good those holidays taken by
Over Shaw's Bill traffic parents brought children -
to as school .or picked them man, Starke .Aset. Police Chief From CUBB state employees: They are New

Bill Chambers, Bradford County Ycar'-i Day, Memorial Day,
in the afternoonsA
Gene up Chief Deputy Dolph Reddishand Labor Day, Veteran's Day
Rep. l snaw: has pre-filed. level what the federal truth-in

for consideration by the 1969 tending law would do at the na- city policeman, other) than school principals Ralph CUBB (Clay Union, Brad. 'Thanks2lvin.gr and tha Friday

Legislative session, a bill that tional level. In the opinion of Sapp, who will be stationed full- Dlggs Charles Francis, Richard 6,000 Wire Phone Cable ford, Baker) Economic Agency after Christmas Eve,
would give Florida a compre- George Harmon political editorof time at Washington and Orange Jockel and Ted Oglesby. will name a CUBa "Man of the Christmas! Day.Employees .

hensive consumer credit code the Jacksonville Journal, it under: the new plan will be on "It's all working out real well Slarktt's largest telephone cable, containing ,000 wires Is Year" and award certificates ol
replacing a hodgepodge of laws ISO far, Clark said! ofl the community service will be given twohour's
Is slated to be a controversial. duty at the Temple Avenue being spliced above by Braddy and Associates, contractors here off! on. election day to vote
on the books. changes at its September meeting
already! the
crossing in front( of BHS in
item at the forthcoming ses for the Continental
Telephone Co. the same tiS slate employees, Is
The code Is a farreachingbill morning and afternoon as students Announcement of the awards
designed to do, at the state sion. from over town cross to It will take about 2 1-2 days lor three men to splice the cable was made by CUBB Director the committee's, recommendation. -
In recent column Harmon
said: a and from school. Orange Filled and "talk out" some lines, a Job that must be done before (the Ronald W. Sage Monday morn. .

I right wires can be fastened together. Other wires are color inr:,
to be
"Shaw who
I hopes .
At Norman's Commissioners
The Community I chairman of the house subcommittee Clark explained mere Temple Is now SemiTruckWrecks coded so there Is no worry. The "man of the Year" will Zcdra.suggestion Hamilton and

State Bank I that will .hold hearings very little traffic> USO! across Building durIng The big cable' can carry 1,500 private lines or 6,000 four-party he "an individual, who In tho Ralph Bryan agreed that the

And I, on the bill, said the code .Is so lAve the to school the day. Only students HereA lines. Of the 6,000 wires 3,030 come from the main office here. opinion of the CUBB Board board .should provide uniformsfor

important to such a large number data in 1,200 go south and 1,818 west. The cable will be .used for toll has helflessly dedicated his the read department with
The Florida Bank : of Floridians that it deserves the USO Building must go bade calls and tome lines to Lawtey. time and effort to combatting the next year.
At Starke statewide hearings priorto ; he semi tractor end trailer poverty in the four-county area
each two tours; ,
and forth
the start of the 1969 session. "
filled with oranges ran off onto served by CUBB. Sage said.
Will Not Be Open "Like the federal truth-in- said In awarding pay raises the
a .soft .shoulder where US-301) is
For Business lending law, the state consumer under construction four miles Cigarette Sales Continue Dip The Director ccntlnued: committee noted that mosquito
-A fourth step to be carriedout control employees and Road
code would require anyone south of Starke and turned onto "There are citizens of Clay,
Monday, Jan. 20 selling merchandise on time- at a future date Is to Install its side. As Union, Bradford and Baker Supt. R. E. Jones received pay
Smoke Take Climbs
traffic at the intersectionof City's Increases :in the current year
payment plans to show the pur light Damage to the aide of the Counties who each year devote

Robert E. Lee'aBirthday chaser, at the time of sale and Washington Street and Temple 1964 Mack rig was estimatedat countless hours of dedicated effort after the budget was made

In easy-to-understand language Avenue and to move the to helping those so desper
$1,000 by Florida Highway While cigarette package sales fund; about $4tt million will be In letter to the board members
In front of a
precisely! how much Interest U present crossing) Patrolman Carson. Turlington. ately in need.
being paid. :BHS to that corner, Clark said Driver of the James are still running below 1957, distributed to municipalities and They are a credit to their County Clerk Charles Dar
to truck taxes from cigarette sales are the remaining $419,442 will go by noted that at the present the
This Space Contributed "The bill also promises to Permission has been obtained Marina Whit Held, 31, Broadway, communities on whom their
amounts into to counties.
Weekly to Publicize protect housewives against. the install the new light to be syn- N. C.. was not Injured. pouring increased counties and Bradford County will receive effort reflect, and it's high time $78,980 budgeted: for the Road
fast-talking door-todoor salesmen chronized with the light at Temple municipalities, they! were cited publicly" and Bridge Fund will be overspent
Traveling norm, Uie truck ran $277 Clay County $1,346 and
Community Events the State's general revenue ; ;
bye Commissioner
who saddles his costumer Ave. and Brownle Street. by
onto the east shoulder for 270 fund. Union County, $514. The certificates of distinguished
to estimated the deficit at
with legally-binding contracts feet according to 'Trooper Tur service will! Bryan
The Comparing November of 1967 Municipalities within the area community
Community purchase merchandise that the The $10,691 alter the raises were
installation will be
new a lington, before it
turned over. with November of '68. there will be receiving the following go to otherCUBB area residents
State Bank customer really didn't want. push-button crossing so students The accident happened at 11:30: was a decrease of almost e tt amounts: Brooker. $286 ($317 who have contributed significantly given Tu sday night

Accounts Now Under the proposed code, a will not need a policeman on p.m. Saturday Jan. 11. million packs, while revenue was the figure far the same to the effort to eliminate
Insured housewife could cancel her order The committee's recommendations -
duty, Clark eald. The truck was traveling approximately from sales Increased 62.8 percent period in 1967)); Hampton $233 poverty,
Up to $15.000 within three days of the will be subject to approvalby
by 50 mph and it was ((210)): Keystone Heights $1.854 CUBB Board meets at 7:30:
F. P. L C. time she signed contract.. The school official complimented raining.No Of the $8,300,462 collected during ($1,425)); Lake Butler, $1.874 p.m. the fourth Monday Of the entire five-member commission

The code has. also been pre. city and county officials for charges were filed againstthe November, some $3 million ($1,389)); Lawtey. $629 ($572)); each month in the Bradford, but that u usually t

Continued on Page Slxl their assistance. in taking step driver will go to the State general and etarlw, 7.188 (117,101)). County Courthouse. formality.


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m.r 'm Lake Mr.City and Mrs.were! Brooks weekend Paulk guests of

; I if Mr. and Mns. Dave.. Paulk.

r=P :? Mrs. Josephine' (David of Bald

@ win Is visiting Sea and Mrs. .
Lisa Ann. Jan. 8. Charley Johns.off'oo.
-- :Mr. and MM. Howard Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lamar
Mr. .and Mrs. H. A. Laweon Harold M. !Tytw. BOO of Mr. Mrs. Ray: Goldwlre and children of Orlando announce the birth Williams, Starke, a eon, Justin
and daughter, Elizabeth, epent and Mrs. H. K. Tyus. has received have returned to their homeIn of a daughter. Elema. Clovett, Lamar, Jan. 7. ...
the weekend at Uncle Joe's fishing his master's degree !In Toledo, Ohio after two on Dec. 15. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Monroe
camp near Lake Wales.(They Zoology at!North Carolina State months' visit with (Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Craft of) Hlgguibotham. Lawtey daughter -
visited relatives In Aubuxudate University: R lel&tIN.. C. He Gilbert Goldwlre. (Mr. Goldwlre Starke and (Mrs. Elema Bowenof Shannon Dionne, Jan. 12. COMING SOON- Sixth AnnIversary -
on Sunday.Mr. alas been working in conjunction flew down weekends to be with Lawtey. :Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Monroe Sale Big Values.
and Mrs. Carl L. Jolins with the U. S. Departmentof his family Uixtog their visit Smith. Glen St. Mary' a daughter Lour Prices. Southern Marine.{
Ihere. Bradford County Hospital announces Jan. 13. .
the interior In the area of 0'0000000
and were weekend outfits of
sons Mrs. Gladys :Hatcher has returned the following births:
fisheries. He Is currently: working '
Mi and Mrs. Lamar Shaw In .
from three weeks visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elmer
on completion of his Ph. D.degree. .
:Miami and Ute'Super
Attended. with Mr. and Mns. :Frank l Hat- Henley Starke, a. eon, Charles
Bowl ,
Kfcova." Mrs. N. X. Hurst of Indianapolis. dler In Ma.1tlar1d. Elmer. Jr., Jan. 8.
Roy Turner. Is .A patient In Ind. Is visiting her mother, E. O. Pats bas assumed a. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Farris Me- '
the Holly Hill Convalescent Mrs. W. S. SladeS. teaching/ position in basic electricity Daniel Lake Butler, a. lion /
Home la Valdosta Qa. O. Denmark and Kenneth In the Vo-JTecli school\ Glen Albert, Jan. 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles OPran.cb at BHS. :M1'. and Mrs. James Leon
Grideor attended the Furniture, rr "
have purchased the O. W. (Market In Atlanta from Sundayto Mrs. L. A. Taylor .31'. sndauaht.er 1 !ilrrr Nettles. Starke. a. daughter. BRA

White Jr. home at 430 N. Lake IWMnrsday.Mr. of Jacksonville spent Mr. and. Mrs Harold Speng-
Sheet The Whites have moved and Airs. R. O. Dansby last week with Mr. .and Mrs. ler of Stone Mountain Ga. and
into their. new home next door. ,visited Mr. and Mrs. (Mickey Merritt Williams. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Spengler
Stuart Spragina of Little Rock. Local admittances to Bradford
Dansby In Gainesville on Sun of St. Augustine were Sunday
Ark. was Sunday overnight guest County Hospital this week ...
: Q (Visitors of MaJ. and Mrs. V. J. 1LC
of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams. Mrs. O. P. Dover of Hlbblng/ Include: Mrs. Annie G. Brown, ..,?. .. 1- Spengler.
Mr and Mrs. John Watson HI MInn. arrived Sunday to spend Mrs. Louise Hooker, Mrs Leona Mr and Mrs. W. T. Brinson SALEC
had as a weekend guest, Miss the .remainder of the winter with !Matftews.: Mrs. :Maude Starling, of Valdosta, Ga. were weekend _
oJ -
Janice Vickers of Brunswick Mrs. F. F. Flotne. Mrs Ora Nell XJnderhill, Mrs. j" ;'; f!",,, guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. V.
Ga. Attending the Hague Philharmonic INetUe R. Kirkland, Vascoe Ha- ,..rfti. f" Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Anderson symphony at tht U. of F. zen. Mre. J. D. :Doyle, and ..i"tm> ,'t Miss Chxlsta Joellenbcck of
cf Boston, Mass are Thursday gym In Gainesville on Sunday\ Felix Sullivan, all of Starke; Smith of Starke. and Jerry !Miami was visiting her brother- 00
overnight guests of Mrs. Ander afternoon. 'were Mr. and Mrs.\ Mrs. Rachel Moore of Brocker; Mr. and Mrs. Bolden Bolden of) San Jose, CaJU.: The in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs.
sore brother-in-law and sister. E. L. Matthews end Mr. 'and Mrs. Myrtle Goodwin of Keystone Observe 50thAnniversary latter was unable to attend because D. W, Whiten Sunday and Mon-
Kir. and Mrs. Harry Mooty.E. Mrs George Canova. Heights! ; (Loy& Johns, of Illness. _
J. Dowllng Jr. of Wilmington Mrs. Meyrle Brown Luther day.Mrs.. Myrtle Dendy of Jacksonville .
: Dela. and Mr. and Mr. and :Mns. Jimmy Wighhs:. Hardee. Mrs. Lillle Nettles! and The buffet dinner table was was a ,weekend guestof ; ,
Mrs. E. J. Dowling III of Lake of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. Alice Langford of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boldenof covered with a white damask ) Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hoycc. > .L+ '
Wales were weekend guests of Mr. and Mra. One Wiggins on Butler; Mrs. Dora-lee Smith cf Florahome celebrated their50th cloth and centered with an artIstic Mrs. Addle Whaler of or. .
Mr. And. Mrs. Cowling Sr. Sunday. Glen( St. iMary. wedding anniversary on gold pine cone arrange lando was visiting Mr. and 'Mrs ;:' y j
Sunday at a family buffet dinner ment. The dessert table was
W. F. Herlong/ over the week F'F y
party at the home of Mr. covered with a lace cloth 1 over = -Rvalues to $2.00
and Mrs. George Bolden :In gold linen and centered with a. end.Mr.
and Mrs. Rupert Morri Cross-your-heart styles and
Florahome. The affair was given three tiered anniversary cake .
more in padded and unpadded
son Leesburg
/ XuNICJJ by the Bolden's five children topped with the I figure ";30"! At visitors of Mr. and were Mrs.Sunday Henry some Kodel filled some Fiber
: George and Robert Bol each end of the table were arrangements filled. All with\ adjustable\
den of Flo1'l: ome, Henry Hot of yellow ,snapdragons. Morrison.:> shoulder sfraps. some with
!den of Interlacihen: Mrs. X. M. stretch sides. All fine combed
cotton some perma press
blends. A-B-C cups but not all
YOUR Mr. and Mre. W. L. Thomas all ...... sizes In all styles. Hurry for
visited Mrs. Groover Thomasin best selection''

Brooker on Sunday. J1 t1J
Mr. and Mns. J. A.: Budd Jr. ,
and family and Paul !TJaugle of
fPlIJ@IM :Jacksonville wove Sunday visitors ') LYCRA-SPANDEX

of Mrs .W. E. Middleton. BYNANCY'S LONG-LEG .
Mrs. Neal Watson and daughter FLOWERSMINTS

Beth of Freeport, Grand l ARE ti. PANTY GIRDLE
Bahamas were !visiting their
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.L. LOVELY FLOWERSThe
C. Adams, the first of the famous mint plants that = our
in the United reg.$300
0 week. are so common
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hood States are most all lovely flow $ .
NOT A J C o { were on a cruise\ to Jamacia, : ; ers. A commonly Has front diamond' panel for
last week. 'r' known mint is tiipimy control jnd double
1Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson the spearmint 1r panels on side for" smooth fit.
I visited relatives in Waycross ., ., Its name Is de. Detachable garter supports! In
,1'ti rived from ther white sizes S-M L-HL.)
YOURSELF and Brunswick, Ga. over the
weekend. shape of Its' flowers -
The Public Health Nursing .c a,.; a tinyspearshaped
Advisory Council held a lunch FAMOUS BRAND
eon-meeting at the Garden Diane Griffis } cluster of blossoms
Restaurant on Monday. To Wed Mr. SnyderMr. erect, two
plant grows one or
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr.
feet high and is topped with .. GIRDLEour
and Mrs. W. Holland attendedthe
and Mrs. Leonard R.GiiHLs lovely spikes of lavender or
funeral of Dr. C. H. Chavoushi
PUT AN END TO EXTENDING YOURSELFBY 51'. announce the engagement white flowers. 00i
EXTENDING YOUR PHONE! JUST f PENNIES ..... .. Dublin Ga.. Monday. of their daughter, Most of the spearmint In the reg. $4
Robert 8. Pearce of ArdeivN. ,
Diane, to Terry Lee Snyder, 1
United States is in Indi- -
PER DAY PUTS A STEP SAVING EXTENSION C. Is visiting .his mother,. grown $5.00You'll
;son of Mr. and Mrs. William i
WITHIN EASY REACH. CALL THE BUSINESS Smith, > ana. Michigan; and Washington
Mrs. L. F and Mr. C. Lovell, all of Starke. states. The oil from this lovely + cognize this famous
OFFICE AND ORDER YOURS TODAY) Smith for several >days. Mr. Snyder! is employed with brand' at once All Lycra-
flower Is used In making
PItoNI:9ct" 7UIO .,2 1 Mrs. D. J. Morri&s of Port Owen-Joist Co. in .Staike. per* Spandex with tummy flatteningsatin
(\r: Charlotte is visiting her sister, Plans for the wedding will be fume medicine chewing gum, Idstux front panel and
candles and jellies. .
T-, magic mesh back insert that
Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mrs. Knight announced later.
FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO.. We deal in flowers for beauty Charge It keeps waist in place. In white,
.. ... returned last week after spend.
FLA. : :: only.) Our flowers are designed at Carps! S thru XL.
STARKE. lug the Christmas holidays In
to look at, and enjoy. The next
Spain: and Portugal. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Koon 'of
. .. ...................... ....................................................... Mayo spent the weekend with time you need flowers call us.
i Mrs. Pearl Edwards -V it aO -- r -- -- -- .v

Melanie, Kathy and Lex "We Ain't Chicken!" t tt

4. D IRE C TORS First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Starke visiting Green III their of grandparents Gainesville= ,were Mr. I t

. DOYLE CONNER 218 North Temple Avenue 4 and Mrs. Lex Green, while their Y'
* Florida Comm. of Agriculture Stark, Florid parents were in Fort Lauder. SALE t
S. O. DENMARK O dale where Mr Green attended t ,
. STATEMENT OF CONDITION a law' seminar.
Owner, Denmark Furniture Co. 4

home this weekend from the REGISTER ] Q
. EntrepreneurEUGENE 4 Gainesville Medical Center I : DINNERS FREE GIVEN AWAY ,

1. MATTHEWS ASSETS 'where\ he has been under observation SAT. AND SUN.. JAN. 18.19
Publisher, 4 and treatment for/ the

. Bradford County Telegraph Mortgage on Loans Real Estate and OtherLiens 3157724.54 Savings Accounts .. ... ".%0388.10 4 past ten days. I 'We Ain't Chicken Specials" ,

. BAS COM F. MIZELL JR. All Other Loans . . . 9,288.97 Advances from Federal 4 THE BRADFORD *
. Managing Officer-First Federal Cash on Hand and in Banks 352,022.08:! Home Loan Bank ..... ZOO.... 4 COUNTY TELEGRAPH New, 12 x 60, 3 Bedroom $4 550 I

C. A. ROBERTS Investments aid Securities 12500.00 Loans In Process . ...., MJMM I Bath and A Half .. -- ,
. Businessman Farmer Fixed: Assets- Other Liabilities .. ... ..... Z7. '7J.18 4 Published:' every Thursdayat

. A. J. THOMAS, JR. Less Depreciation .. 11."""" .OS General Reserves ....... ..."."1.1' 4 138 W. Call Street 12 x 44, 2 BR. $3,795 12 x 40, 2 BR. $2,950
Attorney Deferred Charges and Other Surplus . ., .. .... ,.. 32231.94 Starke, Florida 32091 t ttT.s.nWJlWAY4JNORTII t
JOHN A. TORODE Auets .. . . . . 51.321.0S 4 Second class postage paidat a,
Owner Torode 011 Co. Starke Floilda -
Total Liabilities and \ ,

4 B Total Assets I3JS93.881.87 i Net Worth ... ." .,. .,. ." 7f 4 Subscription Rates: t LAKE CITY Phone 752.5571 ,
. OFFICERSA. In trade area: $3.00 per Just Beyond Guerdon Industries
year; $2.75 six months. MOHII.F HOMFS:
Outside trade area: $5.50
Chairman of the Board per year; $3.00 ,six months L .J
BASCOM F. MIZELL. JR. ||, i ice !
Are You
On ?
President :and Manager Our'Payroll' 4

Vice President and Treasurer IN 1963 WE CREDITED

: Secretary .L;
$143,500aOO :


(other than manager) 4 I J ; I


JUDY BROWN If You Weren't on Our 'p ayro II' 4

CHERYL McRAE in '68 Be Sure You're There 4 y




Maintenance The House of Savings! 4

: :

i YOUR SAVINGS SVINGg 5.25 4.50 4




P Savings Savings 4 EXPIRES -- Many Items Below Wholesale CostA

t. 9 ;; COR4 Q $5,000 I 6 Months Minimum Maturities Investment $2.50 Quarterly Minimum Earnings Investment 4 4 Few Popular Size Tires At HALF PRICE.

Savings in by 10th Earn Savings in by 20th Earn


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To. i t ;4 '' 1 Women's Club 4 .................f ?
I Of 4 t s Has ProgramOn <
I I Ireland 4 SOMETHING' f" + i

WOMEN A program under Incline.; + ..
Arts Department was presentJ o. +

ed at the Starke Woman's Club e"

iI meeting on Wednesday after4 .: + I to

tf* Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 --.. z noon of last week FAY ETHERIDGE NOW + '
I Mrs. John Haney showed > :, / ;,

DobbsReynoldsEngagement I slides on .her recent trip to Ireland vAT

Episcopal Women Several exhibits were on .J
Told ., Discuss Y r r oG :< display, IRENE'S BEAUTY SALON .

ProjectsFor Mrs. John Sanders, first viceA
Me. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs announce New Year president, conducted the meet- She was formerly employed at Mary Dice's Beauty VIrene's ((9

the approaching marriage ing and Mrs E. L. Matthews 4.... Salon of Appoka Come in and meal her. '3

of their daughter Bt1. 4 Episcopal!, Church Women discussed gave the devotional. The following J YOU WOUID LIKE (.1
to Uddle: Reynolds son of Mr. the of their new members were voted NEW? .t[
and Mrs. Pat Reynolds of + latest project and agreed to into the club: Mrs Gladys TUV OUR OIL 011 TURTLE PERMANENT: WAVE .

Chipley. Q take on a new .one when they Weldon. (Mrs James Phillips, J
Miss Dobbs Is a graduate cJ Jield their regular meeting Monday \ Mrs. Robert My rick, and Mrs. 4. ALSO CONDITIONER BY CUSTOM 0 ,It

Union County High School ands night at the home of Mrs. Gladys Canova.

employed by Whul-Dlxk. r,. y t ry, C. A. Futch. Hostesses for the afternoonwere CARE COMPUTER .

Mr. Reynolds Is a graduate of 'iv The women agreett that most MrS, T. G, Rltch. Mrs. 4. ,I'
Washington High School, Chip- persons! contacted about advertising Don Patry Mrs. Charles Darby ,
ley. He Is employed by the ;, in the Bradford County Mrs. J O. Gay. Mrs. A. R. Beauty Salon :

Florida Game Commission. Fair Book have been cooper Norman, Mrs. L, A, Canova. 4.

The' dauble-ring ceremony ative. All prospective buyers \ Mrs. A, R. McRae, Mrs. W. }I. ] HIGHWAY IB W. EDGE OF CITY 0 ,
wUl take place Jan. 26 at 3 ,, will be contacted by the end of Nollman,, Mrs R. V. Turner. LIMITS .
p.m. at the First Baptist ChurchIn 3.Birthday. ..this week and the women are I. Mrs p, L, Bridges Mrs. K. G. 4 .

Raiford. optimistic about topping the % Duncan, Mrs. A, Y. Covington.
All friends and relatives are number of ads sold last year. Mrs. E. A, Hall and Mrs J. E. .................l
invited to attend. The ECW also agreed to take Hardy.

on as a new project the Choirof 9
Party St. Mark's. Their main obJective -
WatchBand U to Increase Jits membership 'oo

r;,. Mrs. Kenneth Grider, ECW

Calendar Mrs. Herbert Green entertained president for the past two

at a party on Friday, Jan. years, received a standing ovation !Betty' Ann Register Becomes Bride
3, for her
t daughter Anita
11 MONTHS on In tribute to her work in
fOR OMLYli her eleventh birthday anniver that office. Of Mr. Crawford In Church Ceremony e .E

$1.00 sary. Presiding at the meeting was Sp

A birthday theme was can'led the new president, Mrs. Clyde
tow ANiIIMIIt The Madison Street Baptist over satin cloths and centered
out in party decorations. Fol Tcrwillegar. A devotional reading : / e
The; ]lowing a buffet supper, game. was given by Mrs. William Church was the setting for the with large crystal bawls: encircled ,
with prizes were enjoyed by Carter. marriage of Miss Betty Ann with fern and white pom --
TELEGRAPH the 15 guests. After the meeting adjourned Register daughter of Mrs. Bet poms. Silver trays and compotes --

refreshments were served by ty W. Register and Freeman held petit fouis and nuts.

the hostess. The meeting will Register: Jr., to Larry Laieiiza Serving punch were Mrs Rus

be at 7:30: p.m. Feb. 10 in the Crawford son of the late Mr. sell Bedell, Miss Merry Lou
home of Mrs. Mlllard Brown, and Mrs. Zary Crawfoid. Rev. Alexander, M'ss Bobbie: Sue DRESSES
Parker Street. Norman Redding performed the Barksdale, and Miss Barbara

.. nuptials on December 27 at 7:30: Johnson.
Pm.Decorating the altar were Miss Paula Johns and Mrs,
Mark Hamilton kept the bride'sbook.
baskets of
standing giant mums
l and pompoms against a background Assisting in serving were
of large fern trees, Mrs T. C, Hazen, ''Mrs Marie GIRLS and LADIES
Siemer, Miss Martha Siemer.
clusters of fern candelabrawith
Mis. J. G. Holton, 111t's, P. T.
LADIES lighted tapers and a tall
Nolan and Mrs. Ervin Andrews SHOES
Y lighted cross in the background
(Music was provided by Mrs After spending some time
TRIM & a'
) L, A. Canovo, organist, and with their guests the couple left

.. + Mrs. Don E Neel, 501:>15t. on a wedding trip to South

TAPERED .. ., Ronald Crawford served his Florida after which they left
brotlier as best man. Ushers for their home at 424 North 200

were Freeman Register III East, Provo, Utah The bride
brother of the bride, Phil Elder traveled In a grey dress with

SLACKS Leonard Duggor, and Jack Carter matching long coat of grey
plaid. With this she wore a
Miss Sandra Register attended white sweetheart rose and lily OFFStump's
her sister as maid of honor. ot-the-valley corsage.

Bridal attendants were Mrs. The bride Is a 1G /graduate(

Ronald Crawford, Misses Susan Ot St. Johns River Junior Col

Wiggins Cathy Whitehead, and lege.The
Candy Woodburn All attendants groom is a 1963 graduate
$399C wore floor length gowns of willow of BUS and Is a bcuior at Biig-

Linda Diane RauchTo green moire faille with liam Young Univeiiity in. Pro
high neckline and stand-up ruffle vo, Utah.
Wed Mr. ShaddMr. and long sleeves with

matching ruffle and velvet covered Hospital
the fabric Auxiliary
mpare comparettVe \ buttons at the wrists The

that, tailonnq this 'is and a (beat you'll slack agree and Mrs. John: L, Grlffls empire waist featured a sash of To Meet Monday
announce the matching velvet ribbon with a Store
, value1 Fortrel polyester und engagementand
I cotton with continent I Iadjustable approaching marriage of bow 1n back and streamers to The general meeting of tlio Dept.

waistband, side. their daughter. Linda Diane the hemline They wore match Hospital Auxiliary will be held

zipper and grpdt now Rauch, to Elzle Allison Shadd ing headpiece circles of pleated Monday Jan. 20, at 7:30: p.m.
fashion colors, sizes 10 son of Mr, and Mrs. James E. moire faille which secured their In Methodist Fellowship Hall.

.18 i Shadd of 'bouflant veils, and carried old .. .
'.! 1 The bride-elect !Is a 19C3 grad- fashioned nosegays of pink .'CIt.a.'Iaa.a O:: :...:.:..::v.'II'Io; ; 'CIt.\ ;;t MAIA",p....A.ii.s.:IA.....: :AA:..::.t..a.oa.a.ea.d: ; :, ; aM ..w.

CREAT uate of Bradford! High School. sweetheart roses and light and
dark: pink carnations with pink M ,ICgn
BIHSG / ,1 ,r-- Mr. Shadd graduated from satin ribbons. SAVE $z.oo
Union County High School in
RE:ATSAVI.NGS Both Little Diunna Crawford, nieceof gn IIN IIII .
1963. are presently em
the groom and daughter of PLAYTEXmade r:; t
played at the University of .u.
AT Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Crowfoot, IIII : EX with LYCRA GIRDLE ; M

C Alfl'': The wedding Is planned for served as flower girl She was Firm 'ft Flitter*Clrdl*only f7.'S.rt.|. $9..99. '
S14 9S.
rr dressed !In a willow green velvet Witnrlpp.renlyfllfsn] I tlN
Feb 14 at 7:30: p.m. in Laura i!IIII Panty only, M.'5,r.e'S1O 93.Long log' 1
Baptist Church.All gown fashioned on the same pent(shown)only, f 10.M.r...(12.99. f (
lines as the attendants, and I)1)
friends :and) relatives arc
rl + carried a basket of lose petals. ayi
invited to attend.
Hal Coldwlre cousin of the ..I 1h''
( 1 1I bride, and son of Mr, and Mrs.
CO:AUNG SOON Sixth Ann.Jversary
I Ray Golclwhe was ring beat'Ct'. '
r Sale -Big Values SAVE $1.00 H
MISSES The bride, given in marriageby
Low Prices Southern Marine.
her father, wore an A-line ( iinm PLAYTEX"LIVING"e a
gown of white bridal satin witha
HAND LOOMECARDI a t Ir ERVICE SCHEDULE lace yoke and Victorian collar II
r embroidered with seed STRETCH BRAor

1. 1 CATHOLIC CHURCHESST. pearLb. The long tapered sleeves ( Vt Loath) with ilritch" lld.,bick
and stops: only] t..93. r.g. $7.55.
tcimlnaled at her
to t EDWARDS Starke: Sun points over 3A-/4C.(O warn$1.00 morea
: t. wrists Her chapel train fell In
day Mass, 9:15 a.m. Thun
1 bolt; folds from the bodice and D
day Mass 6:30: p.m. Mlra SAVE $1.00
was appliqued with lace medal-
culoiu Medal Novena Saturday ,
our $ i i 7 flans and embroidered with PLAYTEX "LIVING"*
U 1rI 1 p.m. Confessions, seed pearls Her fingei-tlp veil #
reg. 1. 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. LONG LINE BRA
of illusion
silk was securedwith
ST. WILL I'S. Keystone a crown of ALencon lace (or / len th)with Wai-cut tldi
$3.99 r I Heights: Sunday Mass. 9 SALE pimli-:only$3,91 r.g. (6.95.
ll decorated with Irridescent bead 32A.oMC(O trss Sl.OO marl)
."m. Wednesday Mass and (
and seed peails. She carried a
ClMjK( ut hulky t...ihlii knits! II '
Novena. 7
p.m. cluster of white butterfly roses
ui smooth (flat knit stylus All l i SAVE $1.00
lull fashio'nnri in j pnstols and .. ST. MARY'S. Mac clenny: and feathered carnations! high- s

dark. 'colors; sera! 34.40.( J t Sunday Mass. 11:30: a.m. lighted with cainations, greenery PLAYTEX"CROSSYOURHEART"

Hurry for best l solficlion'' (' and white satin streamers M *,. '
with love knots Her only oina-, LONG LINE BRAor
ment w'js, a string of pearls, a
( / tan th)only*4.t3.
gilt of the groom.A raa $S.U.32A-42C. / u.l
reception was held in the /

chinch! annex where the entrance ,t, 1 SAVE $1.00
room was decorated
sat, with fern trees and arrangements ? Z PLAYTEX I t

IIHII of large white mums and r "CROSS-YOUR-HEART" lot

Dining With Us Is A ponvRoira.: MI s, J, T. Lawson '
greeted guests at the door' and ,, F ,. }M
etanding in the receiving line t,.., with itrcteh lid...back ind stripe only 94.CO, {
Whole ? "$; ,fi nt. *3.OO.AIM' -"".'ssa on Slightly Pedde4 jl..#
were Mrs. Betty Register, Mrs. with ttrttch straps, laca cups:
Luther Jackson the gloom's > only] M-M.r.( S4.00.SAVE .

Our Delicious Buffet 'I sister the bride and groom and h
Served Daily> bridal attendants. i v' st.00

Fern trees and standing bas '' "
kets of large mums and pompoms ;
TWO HOT :ENTREESTWO formed the backgroundfor / STRETCH BRAt

the bride's table. The tablewas t( 13.99.r e f.$4 99.. Alao-_ 66$ i
VEGETABLES f Oft .U". ..."bri with bla cut olds pantlt. :
covered with a floor length K on"%3,29. ,.".33.91.32AJICD
ASSORTED SALADS cloth of white satin edged in i ( era SI,OO more)
lace centered with a ioul'-tler r

ROLLS BUTTER TEA COFFEE ed cake topped with a bride SAVE $1.0O
and groom. Pink carnation and

Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet rosebud on the layers nosegays between were the placed tiers. J'- PLAYTEX "SOFT-LINE"
11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 6:00: pm. to 9:00: p.m. At either end were silver. candelabra AS SEEN
with strNM s/des.back and
ttr.pc: *94.00Lr
holding white tapers, Oil TV 19.00.Alao-um use on Pvddwl Sriwith
and decorated with smilax and MrHcMtrap*.cotton tlon:coil f2 M.
w w t', .at'aS9 r+tr. M.90.32A-MB.
satin .streamers. Silver trays
$ P and compotes held decorated Aa Uan, area-WMto,AY arol.was-a;a,sa,1.qL aNM-N.00 moral DrPOnY.npatHOd pod.nwrkSTUMPS

mints and nuts A garland of
smilax around the table cloth

was caught up at the middle

and corners by nosegays of DEPT.

,, pink carnations and sweetheart STORE
roses. Mrs. H. E. Alexanderand

(Mrs. G, N. Goldwlre, aunt
of the l bride, cut the bride's
cake, lwewwraaaewa.w.wowr ..w -swra.w...

two round punch. tables J
'_Mo_, were Tile covered with organdy ... '-: :-. ...: :.. 'Jti. .., .-: :- .- -. '-: : :.' :. ":O:: :..t. *303QaaapDaaaDaaoaoTELEGRAPH= : & '!f W

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Cathy Whft:ehead

To Compete For

Tornadoes Jackets Lose To 'Miss Sunflavpr'

Top Bulldogs fitarke Cathy North(L3'1mWhitehead Florida/ Strawberry of)

] : Queen Is an early entry

Topping sc. Augustine 55-47 ...,...... ... .. In the "Miss Sunflavor" 1969''
Tuesday night Todnado cagera Bulldogs, outscoring them 10 ir Pageant to be held 'as a featureof .
gained a split this week after points from, the field.Losing the Florida State :Fair Feb
losing 71-66 to Live Oak In a 4llir Vi .. :
the services of first .. U.A
road game last Friday I .
''I sophomore at Santa Fe Junior
Tim Murphey then Adrain ,,' ',. ,,, ,'rI
Down one point after the first Brown In the third period tile '. 'm",.1 ";{""" ,'"..,"I,.'.,,".)I., I .,"j College, she is the daughter:
erlod;>> the Tornadoes outscored Tornadoes were outscored 21- ';: : : ,,'::'\'. ..' ':'" :,' :' '' of Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Whitehead

the Yellow Jackets 13-7 In the i 11 by the Bulldogs who took a :i ... ; : ;:' of Starke.She! has formerly held
second quarter to take a 25-20 Ii 10 point 51-41 lead Ii .1.'.' 0 .',, Jn'-r\ll\. : ... .';, the title of Miss Florida Crown.
!halftime lead and were never : .".'",I I ". ,, f 1"."..,,,.,...,. .'. ,,(...1.I"K.,i",.\..'.' I.:....'. The "Miss Sunflavor 1969"Pageant
!headed Tuesday after that. Outscoring: the Bulldogs 25-20 ; ., .";" ,,\\l-r ., Is co-eiponscred: by the
In the final period the Tornadoes "" !. .;.:;''' ., i Florida' State Fair andFlol'l tire
They built a 13 point lead I, "' ,
fought lack but It "
1a of Agricul
was : .. :; .\'. < Department
In the third period but .saw the ;I ,I, jWw.; : \' t
not enough. '. "
!;::,: ture. The winner will representFlorida's
Jackets trim It to three pointsat 111'I.I. '". "
'. -. "
.S k \\ r : :!{. .i;, $4 billion agribusiness
one time before putting on Charles Blye hit 50 per cent iii'I 1'1"'j" : .: ..
of : ..,P.) :\ )'! "1"y", j_ throughout the nation.
enough steam to win. his field goals that night if' : "i.. ) 1i,
going/ 9 fod 13, while scoring ., ,\\1 4 :I1 ,
"Our worst game of the '1. \\j f" '. ).
22 :
points to : '
equal Live Oak'stop 'I. I. )
year. Coach Mike Sexton said man, William Morrell. The ,,'
of his team's second encounter
Starke dead-eye !had a little
with the Jackets. The Tornadoes
e e hitting from the free ....
also won the first-62-48. i throw line, however '
"Our play was not good at all." (

Sexton said. The new Live Oak gym, witha !
third more !seating capacity
As a team the Tornadoes hit
than the BBS gym, was filled
:38: per cent of their field goal ;
to capacity for the game be-
attempts below Ask '
Tuesday the tween the two rivals.
44 per cent of !the two previous c

games. But center Charles Live Oak'a William Morrill, shown above shooting over the CharlE. l'
Blye's eye was on track with The Tornadoes shot well from 1"
a out stretched hand of BUS Chris Chandler, sinks a long one. <
10 for 14 performance from the outside the key, the weakest
Morrell, who matched Blye's 22 points, was the Bulldog spark.
field. He point of the
scored 21 points, high Bulldogs' 1-3.1
for the night, and nabbed 17 zone defense. David McKnighthad plug. He brought the packed Like Oak gym to Us feet by shootIng '
lebounds. % 17 points for the night and and making a shot from longer than half court as the third Johns

jij7 Mark Graudons 12. Brown had period ended.
David McKnight had 10 points 6 points before fouling out and
for BHS, Adraln Brown 8. Chris Murphey 4. About Thls Qu4Rr11Mlf!

Chandler 7, Mark. Graudons 6, Statistics BHS McKnight 5-0-10.
and Tim Murphey 3. Live Oak GameLO1020212071 Brown 4-0-8, Graudons 3-0-6. "I might have known my
This Friday Jan. 17, the Tornadoes
The Florida Blye 101.21 Murphey! 11.3 boy would lose that school
travel to Orange Park
15 15 11 25 66
Chandler 3-1-7. Totals 26355. instrument.. He forgot it
Tuesday left the Tornadoes for a JV game at 6:30: p.m. with
Live Oak Frier 4-7-1S.
St. Aug. Grider 10-0-20. the bus, and it's just
3-2 in the
loop after losses to the varsity contest to follow.
Live Oak and Lake City, both'' Charles Blye shoot.. almost from behind the basket against Live Oak where he had a BHS is Idle Saturday but will Pittman 3-4-10, Green 7-2-16 248., Walker 2-1-5, Green 2-0-4, Banta gone. Would musical instrument
Morrell 8-6-22, Thompson
road games. BHS Is now 6-3 for rough time scoring 22 points in the Tornadoes' 71-6C defeat. Blye shoveled one In left. host Lake City Tuesday night Totals 242371. 3-3-9. Hartley 2-0-4. :McCartt:: insurance covering -

the season. handed from behind the basket. Both contests wit be Florida.Stn'r BHS McKnight 8-1-17. 215. Totals 21547. loss, theft or accidental
damage have cost
games. Brown :3-0-6) Graudons 6-0-12,
Foul trouble dogged the Tornadoes COMING SOON Sixth: Ann. than 1% of the value from
first half officials had called led 15-10 after the first period Live Oak[ scored 23 points atthp. Blye 9-3-22, Murphey 2-0-4,
iversary Sale Big Values, the Charley E. Johns A-
last Friday Jan. 11, one foul then Both contests will be Florida -
on undefeatedLive but the score was tied 30-30 at free throw line against 8 (Marks 1-0-2() Chandler 0-3-3. "
in Live Oak cutting a five point Oak and 11 on the Torna have been beaten by Perry Low Prices. Southern Marine. gency?
the half after Live Oak made for BIIS. The Bulldogs shot .18: Johns 000. Totals 29866.
lend from under their feet late does. six foul shots good In less thana charity attempts and BHS 13. since the Tornadoes played St. Augustine Game
In !the second period. Until less The Tornadoes Jumped off minute of playing time as The Tornadoes hit on 29 field! them. Live Oak downed Orange BHS 12 13 17 13 55 7 t Charley E.
than minute left in the
a was to a 9-3 lead early In the game the half ended. goals compared to 24 for the Park Tuucsday 6650. St. Aug. 13 7 12 15 47

I RECREATION NEWSSTARKE Problems DiscussedBy Trade II t Home II'fit em..Ur V.., 'WIt "uhf gnus, ct.666 131 Phone So. Walnut 964-5070 St.

PLAZAUNDEFEATED each. Lawtey CouncilAfter

The second game was no con-
In Men's League basketball test as Dowling Produce> troun- within the next few weeks. We Just Took Inventory And
swearing In three neW'membel's
action Monday night Starke ced Baldwin Chevrolet 7716. Holes In the streets in the .
Monday night Jan 6,
Plaza became the only team to Dowling !had a commandinglead Negro section were mentionedby
remain undefeated after two at halftime, 297. In the the Lawtey City Council reor- Councilman Robert Scott -
weeks of play downing Trlest second half, Dowling poured In ganized for 1969 and then spent who was echoed by Barbara WE GOnA
Construction 57-36. 48 points while limiting Bald- nearly two hours' discussing Jordan who said dirt roads In rl I
Both teams entered the con- win to 9. Jim McMuvtry led several problems facingthe Lawtey were In bad conditionall .
test with a victory In their first Dowling with a season high of city to ranging from the budget over. Pearson said Count HAVE A ,. AT DUCKY S
garbage cans
had open *
game last week. Plaza led by 20 points. Ronnie Thomas Commissioner Dave Shufordhad ,

the 14-polnt production of Wayne 12, while Bill Dowling and Jim Herbert A. Christensen, own- told him a county grader
McLeod In the first half, and Beeler had 10 ei&h. Bryan er of the Red and White Gro- would be brought' to the area KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA.
came out in front at halftime, Erwin was high for Baldwin
cery In Lawtey took over the as soon as one :Is available. .
2613. Trlest put the stopper on with 8.Standings. Group 1 seat for a one year The subject of the many dog THIS IS A STORE-WIDE SALE WITH .
McLeod in the second half, : Starke Plaza. 2-0:: period to finish the unexpiredterm roaming the city In search of ,
holdinghim to only 2 points, Dowling, 1.1, Trlest. M: Bald

but teammate John Watson win, 02. Jan. moved of James from the E. city Crawfordwho scraps was also in brought open garbage before can the Savings From 1 10 T L60 %
Schedule for Monday,
picked 13, points up In the the slack second pouring half.In 20: Dowling vs Trlest, 7 p.m. tey Gene resident Pearson assumed, long-time the Group Law who council said by Councilman her (husband Jordan, the, <

McLeod finished the night with Baldwin vs Plaza 8:39.) 2 post which he won alter serv- marshal. has received many
16 and Watson: had 15. ;ALE START THURSDAY JAN. 16th
BASKETBALLThe ing the past year as an appointive calls about dogs.
Trest was led by Stefan YOUTH would name 0cy
councilman In Pearson said
Brokas Pollard,with Lloyd 7 )points Carnes., while Bob and gram Is Youth now underway Basketball for Pro.all vacant post. Pearson Is also a a committee soon to considerthe : I LADIES 1| s EtV'S

Calvin the different leagues. Practice former elected city councilman matter and contact persons C $7
Osteen finished
with ti
6 QS
sessions are being held Monday whose term was Interrupted who leave garbage cans open SLACKS : 9s RrSOrig.

through Thursday at the Recreation when he moved to Gainesville. to attract dogs Councilmen I II
Derailment. Vernon E. Olin a retired educator Olin sugested !that an ordinance;

If you want: who ran for Congress In be passed requiring residentsto 7.95 to 10.95
BRIDGE CLASS New York then moved to Law- place garbage In closed con c

low rates and fast Bridge Classes being held at tey two years ago, took over tainers but was told that ;suchan SALE PRICE
the Pratt Street Center are the Group 4 post. ordinance Is already on the

friendly claim meeting with much interest. Chairman Eugene Starlingand books. hLL. kOW '95OR1G1
Thhty-six people attended the Councilman Louise Rosier Pushed by Councilman Olin, 497 t0 597
senlceyouwant session Tuesday night. did not qualify for re-election. the new council instructed Clerk 11.9 n
Tuesday, Jan. 21, Is the deadline All three newly elected councilmen Reddish to write members of ti
for joining the classes ran unopposed In an un- the. Recreation Board to meet 95

*TAT1 FARM which'! are held each Tuesday eventful election In December with the council in February.Told i& INFANTSWEAR 10 % OFF
oieht from 7:30: to 9:30.: which saw 34 votes cast. that the Recreation Board

AINIURANU Councilmen Barbara Jordan has not met In months and !Snow
and Robert Scott along with inactive Olin said that If

Sage Addresses Marshall M. M. Jordan Mayor the board members did not attend MIENS SHIRTS -VALUES TO 4.98 2 FOR 4.00
C!) Charles Shuford, and Clerk the February meeting the -
Senior CitizensServices Ethel Reddish did not have to council would then have reasonto
run :in 1968. dismiss them, or at least.
available through the The new council after Mayor Olin said, the city attorney. Toddly } GREAT REDUCTIONS ToAn- ,

Merritt Williams outlined CUBB Economic to the Bradford Agency County were Shuford brought the matter up, could be asked what; action JON MENS WOMENS & CHILDRENS I
named Rep Gene Shaw as city could be taken.A Winks
Senior Citizens by CUBB Dlr. Games
117 WALNUT ST. Ronald A. Sage Tuesday afternoon attorney.The long discussion followed SHOES -- SAVE BIG
council also continued Barbara Jordan's suggestion
at the group's 20 % I
Phone 964-5391 monthlymeeting. 10%
the present policies of rotating that the new councilmen be \ BROKEN SIZES ...... --
servicing of the city police car given copies of the city budget.
For auto, We, home or health
h>oilmnce: Cali sit sooa., Sage with the assistance of from one station to another on !Mrs. Jordan said some way Is L- $1.97 To $6.97 OFF
Mrs. Thehna Dixon, director of a monthly basis and agreedto needed to inform the new members I I
Bradford Neighborhood continue to have the city of the council's planned
Center, outlined to the group garbage truck serviced at Shu- expenditures and policies: ORIGINALLY 2.98 TO 8.95
na services available to them ford's Phillips 66 station since Councilman Olin suggestedthat
through the CUBB agency Sage Bud Barber, garbage collector the city's budget be published -
6 particularly emphasized accessto does all the work on the truck : In the local newspaperonce 'St" LADIES .r

legal aid, social security, and uses Shuford's tools free a year so the general public -
IH.UIAHCI, and welfare services and Information of charge. could ascertain the finan- gW Lti '' SHELLS 5 *
[ .w t through tile center. Pearson was named chairmanof cial condition of the city. He 11,50
the 1969 council\\ and Scott asked the council's opinion but o G10 $
Sage also suggested that the was re-elected vice -chairman.The received no answer. It has not
local .service center may pro- chairman said he would been the practice In Lawtey to $9.9,0 g1cE $100 ** *

vide a meaningful source of Involvement make committee appointments publish the budget. 9 *3-9a
to those senior citizens x ?
STATE FARM Interested In volunteering s"G)1) fOry
Insurance Companies assistance In areas such as 44.' n
Horn onieM Bloomtnaton Illinois teaching, .sewing, child care, T "L J TO 3.98 ,
State Farm Is all you need and other areas in which the r Vfa V !

to know about Inauranc. center provides services to poverty I .-1*; ? > & ''LiH
level Individuals.
Ladles Bras, Panties And Girdles10% And 20% Off

Men ?aker 5.95 Value NOW S3.97


Flexible BLANKETS All Sales Final No Charges BOYS & GIRLS

Long-Lasting No Lav Away FLANNEL P.J.S

Cleat ONLy36->f6lncbewid.Li.., ".- 1 QOj I Y'flLL COME I ] 40% OFF

Cr Also ill M"4t" widths Calf Scramble Promotion Film


Final scenes were shot last Friday: by Jerntgan Motion

Sear.Wlnd.w e.or.Ad,, r.rih .nd{ern Meg, r.eby M.... b.hind,rm.ce ue..e well., Gar..m Choir Co.Sage...., Picture Service of Gainesville in an attempt to complete the DEPT. STOREKEYSTONE
le.bwr Window, ,mhabl.. Show., Cu.mn. "Calf Scramble" film In &time for previewing at the 22nd Annual

Chamber of Commerce Dinner meeting on January 30. The film,

gpwiHored by lie. Chamber of Commerce, will be called. "B ef
And Youth for Tomorrow," and will be need In further promotion
215 E. WASHINGTON Ph. 964-5270 of this annual event.

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Teacher YY YTYYT Y YYyYY.y.yTHERESSA lection 481,551.21 Of It OOP 00 'Tim and, savings deposits ant Vice President" and Cuhler.
Recruiting Purchasing TjBlt4 states OoTrnrant at Individuals partner..hip. of the above-named bank, da>> ..<
obligation 1.483191.93() I, :3. E. Totnllnson Cash- ., and corpora- solemnly affirm that this report County of Bradford. .
Collections of Btfctss and '01'. of tho above named bank tIne of condition I. true and< Sworn to and subscribed before
Discussed Here By 7 CountiesRecruitment political ub- do solemnly. swear that this report Peposlts of United States! correct to the beet of mr nm this 13th day of January
divisions 2,054,833.19Othr of condition la true and HuvrrnniMit .....32.21 knowledge and belief.CorreotAttest 1900 and r hereby certify
Loan and dis Deposits of States and political Margaret L that I am not an officer or director -
b..11of my
: At teachers and correct to the bank.SCAD .
the of this
home counties and present count. 2429128.81 subdlvlslc.ni Miller
cooperative purchasing. : weredlacuaaed idea .to their school boards and By Dorothy' Mill ]:sulk premtlat knowledge Cerrect-Atteutt. and I J.belief.El. Tomllnsoa 1,425,061.481 Pete a. Felon ( ': Public.Dorothy 8 tat*R.Simmonsffotary of Florida
at a meeting here of school administrations. Phone 473-4518 furnlturo and fixtures 6 O. DENMARK Cieipo.lt.: of com- Charley B.' JohnsB. at large.
and other a..etr .. mrrclnl banks 10,000,00Certified O. Bpps
educators C. 'P.i.! My commission expires
from counties '
seven CRESC Is also working' a ,.
on and ottlc.
&AAA.AA&& A&A&&AAAAA representingbunk .. PEEK. JR. Directors 2/:/. Ui;:.
brought together. by the Columbia brochure to attract teachers to premises 286,721.39' XxreotoM: : .. cheeks. II'. 17,791.74TOT.th State of Florida. I
: Regional Educational Ser- the seven above counties it re- Ual Estate owned other state of rierlda.''' U1I'usIrs demand 4,142,630,77A - II
1.01) ( ) Total '" II
vises Center. Hope Baptist Church than bank preml* County of Bradford set 1.913.751.48B I
Also discussed at the 1l..ltII'
presents. Other Asset .n.1I93.79 sworn to and subscribed before "
Counties a-espresented: in the. meeting was TOTAL ASSETS 9.74 ,32525I.lakllltl. !: B.IVIIIBK. deposits $298941.69
TJSO Building on: North Temple Morning Worship U a.m.; 1969. and I hereby certify .
effort llalitlltle
that I am not an officer or director Othci
Ave. last Wednesday. Jan. 8 TraininaUnion.. 6:30: pjn.; .. .
The brochure 'would stress the of this bank.
Evening. Worship 7:15: Wednesday >>....aa4 depoilte of ladlHdualB TOTAL
; ( ...
were Bradford Union Columbia( good points of working In a partaerahlpa. lx(SEAL..loies) C. Dampler. Notary/ LIAlUI.ITJES ".239."U.U,
evening Prayer Service
Dixie, Gilchrlst, Levy, :and Nas small county school aystem mid lorporatlon 2,502,366.00Tim Public. State of Florida At
7:30.: with choir After and savings deposits Aceona
sau. ]......er<'. Cnpltnl
Clark said living
mentioning nan
ward. of Individual, partner My Commission expires July Cammon Stock total ... ... ..
Developments from the meetIng area not heavily; populated, ...Ip.. and corporations 14. 1971.iIEPOIt'i': par value .
New Life Bible
are a proposal( that all seven the recreation opportunities available Club 2,159,56(113( No. Shares authorized
The New Life Bible Club :X>.n<>slts of Unite statesGovernment 2000
counties Join in
a corporative etc. 38,235.78Deposits
for students In grades 1 through' : of States O...>.1 \.I'*' !S!I I'.\ I I. II 1:\I' No Slinres
effort to purchase school OK HI.' '.III Ik hi l:> 'I IIH: .11'.VI I') Outstanding 2009 ..
supplies to further stretch the P. T, NoUn assistant superintendent 6. meets every Monday afternoon and poilttealanhdtvtalona 880,848.06 IJI" i. .I.tHtlU.I' '1Mb CLOSt Surplus; 100.n .
tax dollar: according to Brad. In charge of nondnstructlooal after school In the mobileChildren's Certified and Officer l>r 111 MM4: :\ II.ai. L'IIlIvhl a profits 18nO.otT WHY

ford Asst. Supt. Connie Clark. areas, conducted the Chapel" at Hope TOTAL Checks, DEPOSITS, ,cto. SG04.561.72 23.15415.11 ItMIS. Aeieta '
Baptist Churoh. e11Ialance.. with otterbanks { &LtiJT.AL 27S,170.0!>>
purchasing. Clark,
The proposal was discussed and meeting on accepted enthusiastically. by asst. .&upt. in charge of Instruction Personals Deposit Total time and 8,215,853.78 process of colkilion TOTAL UABITJTIBS
the participants, Clark said, headed the session on Get well wishes to Felix Sullivan ending deposits 2,388,70718 711,12717United AND CAPITAL
but all had to return to their teacher recruiting who< .at this writing is In Other liabilities 113,615.97 States. aoysrotnentubligatione .\I'COUNT3 U17G88.C3Me..r..4a

--- Bradford County. Hospital, .at TOTAL t.S 1.0Z3.G3 'lA.verace of total
Starke LIABILITIES 8.743.077!! 89 Obligations Of States deposit for the 15
"boss" Instead of In
one five.
and Political Sub-
Reno ManCharged
the hope of eliminating conflating Haines Rev. Merle Packham was in Capital Au....*. llvlsion 63,98133:! calendar Inw with days cAll date end-4,005,538.99 ORRY?
City Monday and Tues- Other loana and
orders. o>f total
Capital, Common.cock Average
total par loan. for the 15
day.Mr. Bunk: premises, fur
Hampton Lake and Mrs. Greatrlx and value 300,000.09 niture and fixtures, calendar days end-
No. Bhares authorized ln( with (nll /date 1,335,321.83
Mr. and Mrs L. K. Childs took and other asset
'In BreakinAn 12.000 I<..eno as shown above are
Mrs. Childs' presenting bank of
Boat sister (Mrs Tom No. shares out- altar deduction
LightTo Young, back to ,her home In .Undlng. : 12,000 1"'lIIloe8 AssetsTuT.U 81,17342OtWr valuation reserve.of 4.t 491.71

18-year-old Reno youth Tallahassee Sunday after a two- Surplus 1500ono.no I 1 Mnrgnret T. Miller As.l tCOMING Don't let that accumulation of over-due bills
has been charged with. breakingand Be InstalledInstallation week visit here. I'mlltldiid profits 14 88,474.43Reserves I.37..13 AfcbUTd!: :: :: 4,517.000 13
entering with intent to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hagan. Mr. Liabilities : : SOON Sixth Ann. get you downl! Consolidate your debts and pay
commit:. petit larc ny. and!. Mrs. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS of Individual J Ivrrrary Sale Big Values
of outdoor George Payne, Mr. 1.002,81758 Demand deposit
an Low Prices. Southern Marine. them all off at once with cash can quicklyget
Lenwood Cutfee Jr. is charged and Mrs !Malcolm Adams and *, partnership you
floodlight at the public boat LIABTUTIBS and. tnriiurullmiH 1.J87.0C2!
on a Dec. 21 warrant .signed by Rev and Mrs. 'Merle TOTAL
ramp on Hampton Lake has AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS on a low-cost loan from us. Protect your
Bradford Deputy Sheriff Robert been approved by the Bradford enjoyed( dinner in St. Augustine 6.745,923.25a.msraada :!

Green. Cuffee Is accused of entering County Commission. Friday evening. WHEN YOU USE AN credit standing, get a fresh start financially!
the home of Aaron Hoi- It is being installed for the Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan "Average of total deposits
ley on the Old Lawtey Road. for the 15 ANDREWS CHARGE ACCOUNT r
convenience of fishermen who Jr. and "Rusty" were In Gainesville )
Green said the Holley home often use the boat ramp In pre Monday: afternoon.Mrs. calendar with cull days date ending -5.493.017.00 Your Prescription Tax Records $25.00 TO $600.00
had been broken Into number
a dawn or after-dusk hours. Leola Simpson> .returned Average of total loans
of times recently and that identification for the 15 calendar. ate kept for you BY US TOWN
The Commission also signed Thursday\ to her home in Miami FINANCE COMPANY
of at the
fingerprints an agreement with the Florida after a visit with her brother. days ending with ANDREWS DRUGS
scene led to Cuffee's arrest.A rail unto 2.441,413.00Loan. ,
preliminary hearing In the Power and Light Co. covering in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. as shown In Item sfJCa otta. 226 N. Temple) Ave. Phone 964-7449
terms ot other lights at any James. D. Phillips 7 of "A"set"" are For Fast Delivery Dial 91)4-7170)
has been set for Jan. 23
case point( along the utility system. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan, after deduction of
,i}Jy> Bradford County Judge T, valuation reserve
The county will pay $2.40 or cf Pslatka visited his parents
A. Yawn. $3.10( per month per light, depending II.-. and Mrs Cleveland Sullivan,

Norman NamedTo on the power of the end their son Percy. Jr. and
light used.
family Sunday
Direct County In accordance with policy, k'h c I I r+
the commission Is calling for Public AskedTo & W4t
Road Activities blris on its gasoline( oil and
lubricants for 1969. The bids Respond Now
County Commissioner J. M. will be opened at the Feb. 3
(Buck) Norman has bean appointed meeting To Dimes Appeal"When

by Chairman Dave The board has changed Its
Shuford to serve as director of meeting clay back to Monday. Bradford County bus
the boaid's road building and iness and professional::! men and SAVINGS: r
receive their March of W R
maintenance program for thecurrent women
year.Shuford BOTTOM OF PAGE Dimes mall appeal to help prevent .a POP U AGAIN '
said he will appointthe ., birth defects, undoubtedly( ;
other commLssloners to In case you think The Telegraph many may but it aside with a '
head up various other activitiesof is running pages with mental note to get around to It ONI FAI PLANES J O

the board in the near future. out numbers and dates lookat later. Shouldn't later ,be NOW?"

Under a policy set by the the bottom( of the page, Instead asked Bill Sullivan, business
board some time ago, one commissioner of the top. As an experiment solicitation chairman cf the
Is set up in nominal: the page numbers ,and Bradford County Chapter of

charge of the road department dates a.-e being run at the bottom March of Dimes. t

for instance, subject to review of the page where they "Pi'ogress through researchhas ) 1va
by the board. will not detract from the page done so much In recent
This was done In order to makeup at the top years to uncover the causes of
give Road Foreman R. E. Jones these tragedies" Sullivan said,

"yet so much more remains to

I : ,+................... be done.( In our society today p,... .4k
;:. a quarter of f. & million newborn'
babies denied their rightful
are .
heritage of sound health be- :

I !riEXNIT; WILL PAY YOU UP TO cause of birth defects." i y kt
The March of Dimes supports
more than '100 birth defect centers -

across the nation to help
$2.01TO these Infants. Throughout this I I &
network are outstanding medical .

teams who are treating and rehabilitating e!'.e'tibr.; ., y3

TRY ONE OF THESE young :victims. Many 4
other March of Dimes.supported
/ REMARKABLEGIRDLES scientists are carrying on research -
which: hopefully! one
day will prevent these tragedies."So .
uon'fc( let the hour! ( brow
any lutes" Sullivan '.ap cale.f.:

\\4. "Use your March of Dimes return _
envelope In the next mail.

DeadlineSet rg Tz, t"' t" 4 ; s EbjL .

For AwardNominations

As seen on

The deadline for accepting

recommendations. for annual
Chamber of Commerce Award
by FLEXNIT has. been extended to Thursday,
t adjusts( to fit Jan. 23. The Awards Committee

your very own will meet Friday, Jan. 24, to
thigh size... consider the nominations.
a comfortably. Categories for the various

awards ate: Good Citizenship.

h Civic Service, Humanitailan,
and Community Service. For

the first time this year, an additional
award will be made to

an outstanding teenage boy;
and an outstanding teenage

wishing to make-
nominations for the consideration
of the Awards Committee: .0.0 0",,.
may do so by obtaining an application ,
''blank at the Chamberof -'o., ...

Commerce .office. r r

Funeral ServicesSet

by FLEXNIT Friday
'69 Fairlane 2-Door

aching eases back your.. For Mrs. Hocker Hardtop with PopOptionextras.

P' beautifully, .
Mrs Louise Hocker, 78, a
r 4 resident of) Starke for the past

ft. 16 months in, died Bradford Wednesdaymorning County Now in Ford Country! Special package prices on Fairlane Hardtopswith

i.. Des-S.Hospital She after'was a born lingering In New 111- popular options. Special Fords, Mustangs, Falcons too!

We'll make It worth white 'Jo try one. You can'tlose. York on Dec. 28, 1890.
your .. Surviving is one son, Edward On Fairlane Hardtops you get e VinylOn Galaxie 500 .
Hardtops you get Vinyl On Falcon Sedans you get Two tone On Mustang Hardtops you get Hood
at to$2.01 off. If not completely !!Hocker, of Clifton, 'N. J.: one covered roof Dual mirrors
Buy one now up racing seat trim o Bright body side moldings paint Wheel covers Wheel lip mold. air scoop Special E78 Whitewalls
daugh'er.! Mrs. Smith Devoe
satisfied return for full value.McyowsafesladyfoH6.. ot Starke; five grandchildren Accent stripe Deluxe wheel covers Rim-Blow steering wheel Whitewalls ings a Full carpeting! 0 Accent stripe a Dual' racing mirrors Accent stripe

f and five greatgrandchildren.Funeral : Whitewalls Full carpeting 0 Wheel covers 351 or 390 V.8, air a Wheel coversTERWILLEGAR

.cfefaJbwA cervices 'will be heldat conditioning, tinted glass

.n you man your s.j/.tHftoa.f / 10 a.m. Friday Jones Memorial
Chapel with Charles Reese

minister of the First Christian
Church, officiating. Interment
f wU be in Crosby Lake

STump'sDEPARTMENT Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union

r. '111. .rLORIDA BANK ATSTARK. Counties.
Ot- SrARKIS IXTATB 206 W. Madison St.
Phone 964-7200
r.t OF FLORIDA Starke Fla.

t STORE A lit INESIiI TUB DEC.CLOSE al, teed oron The place Ve
with you got to go to see what's going on

.................. Cash bank balance, and each IttmsIII other .

proc.. of col

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Shaw PlansConsumer Vestry ElectedAt Deadline Robert Turner Student Hits Firemen

Code St. Mark'sNine Speaks On PrisonAt Eye BylawsContinued
Set For Award Rotary Club Power PoleA

men were elected to the rk- One
21-year-old Gainesville student [ From Page
I IContinued From Page Duel 19C9!) vestry of St. Mark's Episcopal Nominations Robert Turner, business massager Thomas Burton Webb HI. beams and the roof from the
Church at the \ of the Florida State Prisonat was .slightly! Injured when his plumbing shop located In frontof
illed In the Florida Senate by parish meeting Sunday in the The deadline for accepting 1 Raiford. wag guest speaker 1960 Corvair ran off SR-121 the courthouse under con-
Sen. Ken. Myers of Miami. It parish hall.Elected recommendations for annual at the Rotary Club Wednesday[ south of Lake Butler and strucka :struction.The .
was drawn. la Its entirety by were James M. Black- Chamber of Commerce Awards) discussing\ the important part power pole. salvaged materials will
the National Conference of shear, Paul E. Canova III William has been extended Thursday.,... played .by the prison's 16 industries Webb had a tooth knocked be used in construction of a
Commissioners on Uniform In providing employment out In the mishap, the Florida .
E. Carter, Kenneth O. Grl- Jan. 23. The Awards Committeewill firehouse for the department on
State Laws in the hope that aU for inmates. Highway Patrol station here reported. -
der. Julian E. McRae Thomas meet (Friday, Jan. 24. to a site yet to be obtained. Waysof
states would adopt it. .J Turner said the industries raising funds' to constructthe
O. Bitch, Sr.. M. D., Joseph M. consider the nominations.
Shaw emphasized that, in Introducing conflict !with private The Corvalr was traveling
Sistrunk.! Clyde B. Terwillegar. Categories for the various are not In firehouse will also be discussed -
the code, he wasn'tnecessarily Jr., and James D. Seymour. awards are: Good Citizenship, 1 Industry and perform a north on SR-1214.8 miles south\ at the Jan. 27 meeting
advocating Its passage Civic Service.; Humanitarian, worthwhile service in keeping of Lake Butler in Union County ... ... .
word for word, as It Is At a special meeting which and Community Service' For < inmates occupied 'while learninga when it ran onto the east
written. In fact, there are soma immediately followed their election the first time this year an additional '1"f.\ ': : skill that will serve them shoulder and ran into a power COMING SOON Sixth Ann.
that he objects to. the vestrymen chose Carter "-l. free pole. .
enter the
provisions award will be made to well when they iversary Sale Big Values.Low .
"But we have to (have some as Junior warden. Black-: : world again. He showed
outstanding teenage
boy. Prices. Southern Marine.
vehicle to get on the road shear as secretary and Grider and an outstanding teenage A Pretty Road BlockA "My Brother's Keeper," depicting and the night was dark and
with," he said. "As far as I treasurer.. Grider was also the operation of the pri rainy, according to the reportof ..........
am concerned, tills is the best named senior warden by the girl.Persons Sgt. W. S. Peacock.
wishing to make March of Dimes road block sponsored by the Little son
1:0: --
available at this time. rector The Rev. J. Thomas .
nominations for the consideration Women's Club of Starke netted $183 Saturday, Jan., 11. -
:Btabb who
proposed as chairmanof
code in,discussing further. Harmon the said: the group of the Awards Committeemay Participating In the project to raise funds to fight birth GLASSFOR Fri. Jan. 31 thru Sun. Feb. 2
% do by obtaining
. "Although there are a lot of application defects were Cindy Strickland, Sandra Hiiffftlns, Katherine JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM
at the Chamberof
items that will make consumer a new code is adopted. Commerce office. Peek Betty Jo and Robin Warren, Dorlsann Spengler, Denise EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
happy, there are other aspects The job of finding aU the sta- Winkler Sandra and Linda Mass, Nancy Slruth. Jan Rltch,
that make It an item of controversy tutes that would need to be repealed Ellen Bloodworth, Ginger Baldwin and June Hardy. 1

of among the lending various industry.It segments Shaw and is his something!. secretary that attempted Rep. Florida BankDeposits Robin Warren, Denise Winkler, and Cindy Strickland are FOR EVERY PURPOSE

is possible under the code, several months ago "but Show. shown above as they worked the road block at the Intersectionof .
for Instance: for every department we soon found that the cost was Temple Ave. and Madison Street. SHEA'SGLASS] ;,( M I
store in Florida to be prohibitive" he said.! "It Is a Good IncreaseThe This Saturday, Jan. 18, another road block for the March of /
come a email loan firm. A de highly technical and complicated of Dimes will be staged by the Bradford varsity and Junior CO. /
annual meeting
to, 32nd /
pl1'tmel1store: if it wanted to Job. the Stockholders of the Florida varsity cheerleaders beaded by Cindy Sink, JTZ-431J 372-435J
could allow a customer It Jie is chosen to head the Bank at Starke was held on 1313 N.W. 4th Plot ,
money to his account as final .
charge to draft a GalntivllUSTARKE
subcommittee r
well as ineichandise.: The code, bill for presentation. to the Flor- Tuesday, Jan. 14. Questions On farm Programs

as presently written, would also ida House, Shaw said, "I fully S. L. Peek. Jr., president of i 33 SENSATIONAL ACTS!
make It easier for a greater intend to approach the subject the Bank in his annual reportto Answered At ASCS OfficeInquiries "* }'IRSTTIME IN AMERICA
number of small loan firms to with a completely open mind the Stockholders, reportedthat .
.&pl'lnglp.." with the attitude that, in the bank had had a very HKK: : The World's Moat Acclaimed
and about U. S. Department ACP, Marketing! quota and Vol. Anlmal1'raln..r Perform .
that the
Shaw says the consumer
to protecting satisfactory year. Deposits
addition ac
of Agriculture price-sup untary diversion programs Fnntunlic Feat with Ele-
that ore
would replace laws we must also recognizethat year-end were up $501,000 overa port for commodities, count for most of our workload.Inquiries phunlH and Tiger! SEE: : Three
currently scattered throughoutthe we must not enact legislation year ago. This is an Increaseof should be addressedto Herd of Educated: Elephants: !
Statutes farm storage facility! loans, DIRECTORYAUTO
threevolume that would be burdensomeor 11.8 per cent. Capital accounts the Bradford County ASCS I BERNIoInternational: :: < < Circuit
and the present statutes\ highly restrictive on those of the bank now total in Federal cost-sharing for farm Building P. Slam and 2OO: Performing-

would be repealed at the time engaged in credit: transactions. excess of a million dollais. conservation these questions practices and more- are all O.Office Drawer Agriculture 999, Starke, Fla., SERVICE maiN!
COMING: SOON Sixth AmiJtrrsary I hops all will legislators also approach and businessmen this At year-end assets of the answered at the Bradford( Agricultural 32091; telephone 964-6548. "Comein AI.I.SKATSRESERVKIJ, : ':
Florida National Group of Stablizatlon and Conservation person write, or telephone. 1\1 I I.nO e3.OO.$2.uo:
\ -
Sale Biff Values! mind he
/ thing with an open WarrenCarver Gilbert S. Brown
Office Manager
Banks, of which the local bankIs Service Office in the County Tax Included
Low Prices. Southern :Marine.
added. and his staff will do
a member, totalled in excessof new agricultural building. \Z
"Since ASCS administersthese their best to see that your ques- Standard Oil Service Station TICKETS. .:! ON SALE:AT
- - a billion! dollars far the first ,
time. such inquiries programs," said we Chairman welcome tions Mr. Morgan.are fully answered said TIRES ATLAS It BATTERIES IlemmmRPark'i'IcketofficeandJack.on'I illo Auditorium.Coliseum

I J. E. Tomlinson, cashier of Leaton Morgan Jr. of the County Others members of the farm Budget Terms Road Service ,.................. MAIL ORDERS NOW.
!CAMELLIASlt { the bank, was added to the ASC Committee. er-elected County ASC Committee PHONE 964-7971 (SinglingBres.Circus ctr.l.P"f.r..n..o.T.d-----------------I' I
Board of Directors. Other directors "Also, we do our best to help which administers! the farm 407 N. Temple Starke JachtanvilU Coliseum: MJ.CbdLr.h.,.."" ..... c,....
1145 6.Adam.Si.Jackionvill Fri.Jan.31 6115PM-
re-elected were: S. Q. Denmark our 'customers'- farmers and programs locally are: Clyde
j .,Fla.32202 Sat.,F.b. 110,30AM'.12,3CPM
C. E. Hernwall, S. L. and Lloyd Dye1 of Brook
Peek Jr., Ernest J. Snead, and the general public-on any ques- Cone HURST'SSHELL i ..",..Adult Seat!* tt@ }....._........=1.,...." ... Sot.,F.6. ,
tions about government pro Sal I eli PM
GOOD I ...... ............ ... ?
Harold C. Wall. grams relating to agriculture. ;- ? Child Seal,'! @ I. =I. """ Sun.,F.b 2 2:30: PM I
U t4 ItTolil
t SELECTION $100> t tt At the directors meeting Frequently this means referralto Service StationGas Amount!Chwk/M.0.r ..........,....._..... Sun.,Fob.26:30: PM I,

which followed, Marvin Brown another agency, perhaps Uncooperative N 4... ..MtM.*11 It IIIII*..MI..M M............... ............... .. .......,......... 'Child.: .::.: ::;':; III, I!
was elected assistant cashier of Extension! Service, Oils Lubrication I Add".. ..........-..,............... .. ............... ................. 24 Ch.'lc*> Dal,._ I
the bank. The following officers Farmers Home'Administration, 7jC666 (Monarch Tires! & Batteries j elf,.....,_.............Sl.l., .. ...........:.%1,........... Hwt I Ii. !
t OPEN SUNDAYLATCHSTRiNG t tt were re-elected: S. L. Peek, Jr.. Soil Conservation Service, orother ROAD SERVICE ..... En.l.l...II..dl,."....'...p.d.nv.f.p..Indie.t..h.te.of 2 d.t..ft h.ur......
president; Ernest J. Snead Federal or State agencies" 301 and 100 Starke
with rural responsibilities! ,
vice-president; J. E. Tomllnson.cashier ,
NURSERY ; Ruth S. Johns! assistant Morgan said. Cooperation
t t tL cashier, and Helen E. among the various agencies is
ROUTE 26 MELIIOSE.{ FLA. Glasgow, assistant cashier. excellent, he reported.
"Primarily! of course, we're
I I A statement of condition of concerned that farmers be
Visitors Welcome
the bank as of December 31, fully informed about the pro
--J. 1'JbS: appears elsewhere in this grams ASCS is responsible( for. Jim's Sunoco

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Resources -

Loans and Discounts $2,448,122.67 .qN.
With Min. 8 Gal. Purchase Plus Deposit On Bottles .rAMn.Ic

Less Reserve for Losses on Loans 19,000.00 $2,429,122.67

Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 286,721.38

Other Real Estate Owned 1.00 i t 5 GALS. OF GASWITH

Prepaid Expenses 2,530.32

Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 38,063.47U. AND :FILTER 'J

EXPIRES FEB. 15, 1969 erAMi.
S. Government Securities 1,483,101.98

Florida County & Municipal Bonds 1,350,833.19 AS LOW AS

Other State & Municipal Bonds 704,000.00Cash \t V 9t; $

on Hand & Due From Banks 451,551.24 4027549.88 895 DISCOUNTBUY

TOTAL .. $6,745,925.25

>' Liabilities TIRESALTIRESALE'! !

Capital Stock 'c 300,000.00
RIG E UiP.F70 .

Surplus 500,000.00 x 14 $28.56 ALL 4-PLY

Undivided Profits 58,474.43 G70x 14 $31.16

650x13 $23.19 $18.63 NEW
Reserve for Contingencies 144,373.13 1,002,847.56 775x14
$26.93 $21.60

Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 39,175.79 825 x 14 $29.38 $23.53 POLYESTERCORD

Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned. 99,340.18 855x14 $32.15 $25.74
855x15 $32.15 $25.74

Deposits $5,604,561.72 PLUS TAX PLUS TAX PLUS TAX







of 30 Banks of the Florida National] Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. aTAaA q..N WE GIVE o RAMM.[N GREEN STAMPS a: ...N


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Our editorial. ,.. --=.' Letters to u.S.MAIL

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Dear Mr. Matthews: trace of manure taken off our

I noted with interest the last. walk, and a big pile of it off the
40 :
Pet. Pay Hike For get a paragraph of the City: Council' Elks Club sidewalk. But to be)

meeting report in the January air, I doubt if these "were the
9 Telegraph which reads aa follow horses of club member !Most of

Congressmen Is AbsurdThe haircut ; ".In a letter to Council our troubles occur Saturday :

s Bill Sumner of the New England nights and all come right from

Motel complained of the the fairgrounds, or enrout

time is long past when S nuisance created by horseback there.
government and other top tiers of government.
asked Council for Mat-
should follow riders and Last, but not least. Mr
greater semblanceof
help. Council Gerald Williams thews. 1 note the Chamber of
business in day to day operationas FORTUNATELY,,. the commissiondid suggested that Sumner be told Commerce budget In same is-

well as in handing out salary in not submit Its proposals In time to call the police It he believes sue, 'headlined at $2,500, and I

creases to those who occupy top echelon for the 90th Congress to act upon the riders to be trespassing on don't think they' are worth that,
positions. them. Hopefully, the 91st Congress his property." End quote. let alone $25,000. And I noted

There is no disputing the fact that will display far greater concern over I am just an edge disturbed the contributions of $4,500 from
I a loyal advertiser, from the
since am \the City, and $6,000
those who work for government in expending of the people's money than subscriber, and booster of the County.I .

the lower positions frequently receive Its Immediate predecessor. Telegraph] that my name and plan to solicit your kind

slow advancements and even slower There's no disputing that membersof the name of the motel are mis- publicity assistance with a report -

pay raises. Congress face heavy expenses residing pelled. I am Mr. Summers, not in depth Just before the
Sumner or Summer, but this annual banquet of The Mutual
But for in and
unexplained reason, the Washington area
really]] disturbed .
is infinitesimal. I am Admiration Society on January
the philosophy to that in most Instances residences .
seems prevail maintaining
j If the report the direc-
however. '3(). as I think most of
once a man achieves a high officein in their districts. ry.y I I S .. i and remarks of Councilman (not tors and members should contactmy

practically any level of govern. Even so, there Is considerable roomto Council) Williams are verbatim I good. friend Dr. Wayne

ment, he no longer should be handed dispute any proposal that would 'A-t-_ 1 want the horses not only off Whlffen. for a correct replacement ] -

nominal or even realistic salary in. raise their pay to the extreme sug k: '_ all my property, but also off of their Rose Colored
the sidewalk, So if the brilliant -
creases.A the commission. A 40 Classes.
suggestion of Councilman Copies will be sent to the City
cent salary raise is absurd. Williams is correct ((7)lt) makesme Council the County Commission -

STRONG CASE in point is the _' question the intelligence of and the C of C. And my

proposal to boost the pay of state THAT SAME OLD woin-out argu. any person casting a vote for copy to you should increase the

legislators in Florida, as well as the ment that higher salaries attract better him as Councilman circulation of The Telegraph.Last & .

governor, cabinet members, court Justices men to government is being usedIn Just for the record, I have Sunday I asked the cour-

and others. In each Instance, this latest effort to gain more pay rSign contacted Chief Biggs' and many tesy of a few minutes with Pete
others many times, and Councilman Novak to advise him of the
It is a question of raising the officeholders for those in the top echelon. Once Williams might take the 'Plans] but "Great In 68" told

in terms of thousands of dollars again we point out that there is no trouble to check the facts before me: "I am a little busy\ today.

not hundreds as is the general scarcity of candidates for the jobs putting his foot in his Bill with a lot of my familyat

practice in the business world. when election time rolls around.If of The TimesFARMER'S mouth so stupidly. And his com- the house."
ment "If he believes the ridersto afterwards 1 hada
Even more startling than the proposed It is determined a pay raise is : Four days
his prober the
be trespassing on verbal report on
pay hike for state officials is Justified and it does appear some ty" is asinine, and here againhe motel in town: "Just .about

the recent recommendation concernIng sort of adjustment is appropriate ..,,--.. should check the facts or breaking even." So what hap-

congressmen. A commission ap. then the Increase should be In line r, _..l_ DIARY keep his mouth abut pens to the smaller owner or

pointed at the suggestion of Congresshas with the guidelines followed by private (r If I ran the .riding mower all manager who also has taxes,

recommended that the salariesof Industry. An 8 to 10 per cent figureIs While no doubt we have more rJ over our property so it ,was cut insurance, payroll, utilities, etc.,
cold weather coming yet still the law close, and then we had a mild and who would also like to feed
representatives and senators be far more realistic than the staggerIng the sun is starting to climb e rain, there would be a hundred his family???

raised from $30,000 to $50,000, a whop. 40 per cent favored by the study higher the sky, the days will The danger of unprotected and one miniature pools in the But unless I have missed a

ping 40 per cent. group. be longer and first thing we railroad crossings in the county shape of a horse's hoof, and I name or two, there is no motel

The same report calls for the President Those In government must cometo know, It will be planting time was brought out at the meet- DONT WEAR HORSE SHOESI I owner or manager on the Boardof

to be paid $150,000 Instead of realize in quick fashion that peopleof again. As a matter of fact, it ing by a delegation of residents With the good work and cooperation Directors, nor was ,any men-
should be here In about a month along SR-235 around the New of Osoar Davis and the tioned for the recent directors
the present $100,000. The vice president fixed incomes and business affectedby for those who every year "dare River station section. There Utility Department, I have had election. And in the "Activities

and the speaker of the House inflated costs are in deep troubleand the frost" by planting early. are number of such crossingsIn vapor lights installed just because in Six Categories," where are
would be raised to $75,000. Cabinet need help In solving their tax the county, and until something trespass\ damage to the motels??? .As

members would go from $35,000 to obligations. This help is not goingto The strawberry plantingsseem can be done about them. ground spotlights, signs, etc, by business group, they are one of
to be just about standing it behooves every driver to approach these noises. It was also calledto the largest city and county tax
60000. And this trend would be continuation
steep forthcoming by of still, held back by a long seriesof By Sam McGarvey the crossings. with, due my attention by a frlen4 They need help desperately -

continue through the Judicial system reckless spending In Washington.LAKE frosts and cold snaps, but we sent farm. He says lie arrived caution. that the words "horse manure"were payers. so what part of the

CITY REPORTER look for a change in the weather \there some 30 years ago, alter deleted from the text ot|< S10.500 is used: aa a financialLife
which will set the plants to leading a cow there from his Had some samples of a new my ]letter to Council.This does Preserver for them? I

growing and producing blossom former farm In the Graham variety of pecan Desirable-at not diminish in any ''Way my speak for all these small motels,
buds section least new to us. It is recom- New
to One Wigginsfor than for my
much more
The Student Car MenanceWith mended by the Extension Service reading the letter, as I could Englander or Whispering Pines.
Speaking of berries, Ag. Com. We rode over a part of the and after seeing how the not attend myself. My hat is My apologies to Dr. :Whlffen
Conner has released figures Road last shell Is tightly with
Doyle new Hydrocarbons packed always off to the ladies,although Mrs. Lc-'1'ee Lanier a stranger
for 1968 which showed revenue week: the contractor has the meat of a fine flavor, we can by she
Carolina campus, with room for only 4,500! many of the locals push ti> me but I am sure
the cost of higher education to amounted when
par- from the crop foundation in and competed understand why. .
is to reach when I am holding the door both feet on the groundand
and The number of cars expected ha*
ents and students mounting steadily to $4,358,000, which was down there will be a fine to
for them at the super mar- lot of gray
astronomically, one of the major elementsin 18,000 by 1975.A by 25 per cent from the '67 total heavy-duty road between SIt-'d21 The football season on TV la open a the highly -
official is saying: "At ket, without even a courteous"thank survive successfully in
thistdistressing:. picture-the fetish that a UNC quoted as and 46 per cent off from In Lake Butler and the bridge over and now maybe Sam can manufacturing
college student's "status" requires posses- least we are doing what we can to let students the record 1965 crop. over the Santa Fe River at the get something done around the ;you so I purposelyavoided competitive furniture and to
keep their cars." The institution plans using the other four letter business. -
sion of an automobile-should be attacked Alachua County line Just out- house and yard. His!. immediate
frontally by the educational authorities.The to spend up to $10 million in the next decade, Eddie Wasdin, who farms side Brooker problem Is a leaky faucet in word, which is offensive.But my other friends. But I do wakeup. l! ncistly -
to do of it for parking 1 if members of the Starke think: Stjrka: should
go, part garages. *
cost of faculty salaries, classrooms, with his son Jerry at a ranch the kitchen .sink and if he
dormitories, laboratories and Libraries goes But the Greensboro Daily News makes this located on S-301 just past the Persons who persist in dumping town't get the thing fixed soon fair sex are eo sensitive and It is later] than 'we think.
should stay ,
and and nobody can do anything appropriate comment: bridge at the Alachua County garbage and trash (and he'ss have to enroll at the Vo- naive, perhaps they ; Respectfully
up up, be done about "The answer to the parking problem Is not line, specializes in raising field even dead chickens) along thecounty's Tech school> and learn how to. home from the meetings and William H. Summers
it. But something can
bout $30
the old-fashioned had to buy
find some of P.S. We
has to turn one of the nation's most attractive crops and cattle. He has Hereford graded roads will be
the idiotic notion that every 20-year-old campuses into a macadam slab; it is to cut Black Angus and Charo. prosecuted under the law, if You wouldn't] think that a bloomers and corsets with stays, a".uh of loum' fn' Dave.

to have his own car. down on the number of cars on campus, and lalse bulls in his herd, but still Ralph! Bryan and J. M. Normanof leaky faucet could stump a man and go back to the Gay 90s and Paulk to! fill; in SOME of the

It would do the youngsters good to use the obvious place to start is by reducing the likes the Brahman breed as he the County Commission have armed with experience, a. few (have a ding-a-Ung time by them- horse hoof hale I 11 t! And the man

their own feet. number of student-owned automobiles." says the old humped-back ras their way. The matter was tools and a fine assortment of .selves. said "If he BEl/lBVES the rIders -
Of course, students who really need cars the .size and But if they want to be helpful] to be trespassing phooeylll
Aside from the fact that such a ruling at cals are better rustlers during brought by Bryan at com wailirrs almost every
.0 obtain a college education should be Chapel Hill-and at hundreds of other institu the winter months. mission meeting and strongly shape, And if you're inclined to and constructive, they shouldbe
allowed\ to have them. We refer to those tions.would greatly reduce the cost ofa supported by Norman. The rest smite tolerantly] just wait until shocked end dismayed at the ----.0

uho commute or live many miles from collegiate education, it would serve to keep Incidentally, Wasdin well re of the board concurred: but your kJtcnea faucet btajts- to sidewalk conditions At least one

campus, who are physically handicapped, the boys and girls at their respective institutions :members his start at his pre. ,the question is how to enforce leak can't call Stajke a "one honetown"
whose wives or husbands have jobs, etc. on most week-ends. They would not be if one trys to take a

But there are vast numbers of youngsterswho gallivanting around the country, often can one of the B-vitamins. pleasant walk. I am so disgusted DANGER '+ nr'i'iz
have automobiles at college simply because neglecting their studies, and smashing them They're important also for oth- that I am starting to

it has become "the thing" selves up in auto crashes. \ : a woman's er B-vitamins and some needed make typing errois.
This is a matter involving the serious Why doesn't some college or university minerals Furthermore, they I note In the issue the pictureof

problem of finding parking space In college president start a nationwide movement for have a good amount and quality ]- the "signing of the 2nd .Annual
communities lor thousands and thousandsof the limitation of student automobiles? It is tJIJffff [b of protein and energy value.It .. Hoping Club Rodeo." BIO

student-owned cars. something that probably can be done effect- Is advisable to use some
DealtII\ It is Just too bad that
is more than ex. high quality: animal protein,
Such space already ively only by group action. of this
communities. Considerthe such; ns' that !in meat, fowl, not even one member
hausted in many As ancient remarked "in 333
soma sage .
had the decency or dO. .
club has
case of Chapel Hill, N.C. There are union there is strength." The effort should By Martha Sue i McCain fish or milk, at the same meal. call ,and

now 12.000 cars on the University of North be made.-Richmond: (V*.) Times.Dispatch County Extension Use this popular, low-cost apologize business courtesy for the to nightmares
carrier' of high-quality proteinIn
Home( Economics Agent ;your cooking for many occasions they; have given us the last few "Don't get pushy-I'm

It's a favorite, not only years. watching my tax dollars at
The delinquentsWe with children but with the most Only today I had to have aLet's work..."
made the
ALL-AMERICAN FAVORITE popular spread then
sophisticated adult palates.
Americans are "peanutty"! Big Time in the Roaring Twenties PEANUT BUTTER PIE -
Millions of Americans now
the .
Peanut butter among Two eggs, 1 cup corn syrup
donated foods, is eat more \than seven pounds of
first of the 1 but.
cup sugar, ,4 cup peanut
read in the papers Too many moviesOf They don't make the liquor popular and high in food value. peanuts in .some form, each ter, 1 teaspoon vanilla, unbaked

\Ve hear on the air passion and crime; Thcy don't run the bars, The U. S. Department of Agriculture year. (8-inch pie crust.
Amcrcanla are truly "pea-!
Of killing and stealingAnd Too many books They don't make the laws ranks peanuts as one Beat eggs. Mix eggs, corn
crime everywhere Not fit to be read of six basic farm crops. nutty I"Common
; syrup, sugar, peanut butter and
And they don't drive the cars. peanut varieties In
We sigh and we Too much of evil The 1967 crop was slightly
say vanilla:: together Pour into unbaked >
don't make the
the trend hear said They drugs above the 1966 record of 2.4 billion Florida are Florlgiant (large
As we notice In what they ; pic crust. Bake at 350
That addle the brain: peanut, commonly sold in the
"This young generation! Too many children pounds and 28 per cent degrees ((moderate oven) 45 to
It's all done older folk
by shell (especially
Where will it all end?" Encouraged to roam, above the average yearly out. 69( minutes, until top is brown
Greedy for gain. good for boiling), and Early
But can we be :sure\ By too many parents put. More than 60 per cent of and crisp.Edwards.
That it's their fault alone? Who won't stay at home. Thus in so many casesIt each year's crop goes for hu- Runner (commonly used for
must be confessedThe peanut butter.)
That maybe most of itIsn't Kids don't make the movies man needs. The remainder Is
label "Delinquent," used for seed animal feed and Use peanut butter with many Brothers s.Mc
really our own? They don't write the books G $eat'
Fits older folk best. oil. Half of that used for human foods, from "soup to nuts": !
Too much money to spend; That paint a gay pictureOf
As a main dish with. marconi. Will: InFa't
Too much idle time; gangsters and crooks. -The Patriot food goes into peanut butter. Compete
(Adelaide, S. Australia) American colonists knew of spaghetti or noodles; In a meator Stock Show
peanuts before 1750. Thomas cheese loaves; with eggs

called them "ground beef, chicken, pork, lamb and
'- nuts"efferson( a British term) or ham. Staihe 4-H Club membersTom By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine /
In such as cream and Zach Edwards are
"ground First( found in soups soup
peas. ,
be Creole (using tomatoes and on- among 134 entrants from 15 Kvry oummcr boat o.ncrs Carry equipment specifically
The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH "i ''IlJ1 Inca tombs, peanuts may
7 ....... O :; ,. native to America. They may ion), celery soup, or with can- counties in the 15th Florida Fat run amuck of local boating required for your Woat. Some
e.. have traveled to Asia and ned chicken soups, etc. Stock: Show and Sale at the 64th regulations. In most cases it's boats must carry fire extin-

\ Africa (where they were called As a sauce with vegetables, Florida State Fair In Tampa Ignorance of the law and nota guishers, while, r,
ESTABLISHED 1879 dhe l6ie "goobers") with 16th Century such as cauliflower] cabbage, Feb 415. with willful something.It'll attempt. to get away to hava horn or noise

Spanish and portuquese explore onions, green beans and green Both Edwards brothers nave making device aboard. This
a lot easier for all concernEd
1 lied, them with cords! ofcompassion. ers. People across the United lima beans; with .sweet pota- participated In previous fairs if you brush up on may notytfpply to your boat,
.-(IIos. II :n.) States did not appreciate peanuts toes in a casserole.In and Zach had the show's l grand local regulations now. The but It's/ mart to check local
MlMIR Even where there is not until after the War Between salad] dressings or in salads champion in 1966. Evinrude News Service offers regulations as well as thoseof

A ESS another person around, we the States, when Northerners with fruits or salad vegetables Last year Zach's 1,139 pound these reminders on common the U. S. Coast Guard and

FLORI are never alone. We have the took home with them a ] Angus! placed in the Class I mistakes made by boatmen. state authorities.
hankering for peanuts. In breads such as yeast ribbon winners and brought! 42 Register your boat and dis- Negligent operation coversa
TON presence of God right withus. play the numbers correctly. host of "on the water" vio-
ASS 0I bread biscuits! muffins
South Americans have for cents a pound from Florida
This does not mean that In most areas boats poweredby lations. The most common are
hundreds of years ground "goo baking powder breads, coffee Feed Mills of Jacksonville
we do not need other personsin engines in excess of 10 overloading: and excessive
bers" and mixed them with cakes, or in pancakes or waf- must be
horsepower registered
our life, for surely we all neSt 1, Tom's 987 pound Angus speed In congested areas or
But North Before
honey or cocoa. as a venturing out
near beaches.
do. But when we rise out of American food peanut butterseems In sandwich fillings with placed among Class U ribbon on the water, check with your swimming
E. L. MATTHEWS, EdltlJr.Pabll.tler feelings of loneliness or dejection to have been "discovered fruits, pickle relish, or vegetables winners and sold for 41 centsa local law enforcement author- Overloading and failure to

PablUhect each Thursday and entered as See na when we feel close to 'quite independently by a St. It travels well In lunch] pound) to the First National ities or the state conservation go carry hand-In-hand life-saving devices with often fatal

Class Matter at the Post Office at Stirke. Florida God, held in His warm and Louis doctor. He was seeking boxes that must sit and wait Bank of Tampa. department.Carry consequences. Reputable boat

under Act of March 3rd, 7t.Sab loving care, we find that this an easy-to-digest. high protein In desserts such as cakes, Entries in the show and sale ,(life preserver a life-saving or buoyant device builders affix capacity plateson

loving care includes not only food for some of his patients. cookies) frosting, pie, fruitcake, will be received from 2 until seat cushion) ,,for every pas- the gunwale stating the
erlptl.. In trade area; t year $5.00; Outside God's love but also the love Friends and relatives] of the pudding, spreads, chocolate 6 p.m., February 2. Last :year enger aboard your boat. To number of passengers and

trade area: 1 year. 15.50. of other persons, for God's patients spread its use across sauce, and ice cream; and In the sale grossed $33.509 for an meet the requirements of the total weight a boat can safely
finds through the land, first by selling it from candies such as fruited candy average of $441 for 70 accepted law, they must be tagged with carry. Do not exceed the max-
love expression house to liouse. Then small rolls, fudge and you-name-it. steers. the words "Approved by the imum established by the boat
people. factories sprang up, and the Peanuts are very high in nia- V. S. Coast Guard." builder.

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25 Years Ago Services For Mrs.Held Thomas r ;; =: t tI

By Alice McGarvry In Jones Chapel An investment Your Future N .. .

M. Thomas. 'l2, .
Mrs Daisy

but old-time with grown Starke It Its was to.,problem-countl'y be 25 wsillme si.ii: : .Quite:years:plagued a population ago.busy with, cows!had city. an In of Brooker daughter a Starke.local Illness.on of died hospital the Feb.She Friday late 2.was after Stephen 1896 Jan.born an, and extended the((10 in-. I!; .,;: .: .l..,1 l 1 1'.. 1 t;,1.. If' I.' : I' .,3. ': L: t 1. ,,:f>f JI f!: t"i1,,.'4,,) tit)'f<: V VfJ.\ :! ))61 ii p'r" I

roaming the city streets. Andreu Lewis She wasa TH trim |w town a, Man wM JMT tart kt aM"a
Finally the city council decided member of the Church of. ,, .! x."::..W-o. ;; .> w r """ 'W, =' '1r''i.... !'i:>xia, L"f .1"W:' -""bMVSd.., '*' $!<::'m":1e": ,*,. w"Y y ., ". '''' :'''!"!,,; Mit''j' / *{ :?rr:; :>7ny' I
.. _. .
the ",' $""' :..._.,,,>:,:i4<. .,:,..f;_ __ ;!lor. >W- '''' ;"''.i< :".HU''f: : ,,"'''',... .....v giFi9s5&Yad.dfs.' ;Im ;::<:;; $M">ab.fMI'JIi'l9frfi:>IP'/'fM/ ,'Ii'ii1fdf1'Im of l/StttttfI./ ; .t
to unv a man to mend Chrla.t. w
old fence that surrounded the Bier luujslxtKJ.. HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Surviving: are I1AYLKSS HIGHWAY I
city for the purpose of keeping Olson Thomas of Starke: three' BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
out livestock. Another was :hiredto Sunday \School 8:43: : a. m. t
daughters, Mrs. Ralph Goodge Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn I
ride herd on the animals that Starke; Mrs. Lob Nix Estlll.S. ing Worship Service 11 a, m.; Morning Worship 11 ... .. ... ... .... .. ..
did set into town and to keep Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service J ::: ::::::::::: ::: :::: ::::: : :
C.; and Mrs. Joyce Mock Training Union. 0:30: p. m.; Eve :'.:
HK farmer's gates closed. The 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser .
Roanoke, Va.; two sons, Elmer ning Worship 7:30: p. m. o t
big problem they decided was B. anud Colon M Thomas both Prayer Meeting, Wednesday vice 7:30.: ....
that no cattle-gap had been put of Starke; one brother, Stephen 7:30: p. m.; G. A. Meeting, Wednesday -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor M

in tie: new Camp BUuxting Lewis, of Tampa and 18 grandchildren 7:30: p.m.; Choir Rehearsal CHURCH !II!
when it built. The GRAHAM BAPTIST
Highway was
Wednerdeuf\ 7:30: p. m.: t
School, 10 m. Morning -
council decided to buy: the materials
Funeral services \mere heldat Brotherhood meeting last Monday -* 0 I IM
Worship. 11 a. m. and 7 p. : :
if the State Highway
3 p.m. Sunday in Jones in each month. Rev. David
Department would make the in m.Rev.. Fred Johns, pastor. t
Memorial' Chapel with Medciroe pastor.
stallation. Bell]], pastor of the Church of NEW RIVER BAPTIST I ,
The city pound, where livestock Christ and Charles Reese minister CHURCH OF GOD Sunday\ School, 10 a. m. Morn U
was held charged $1 per of the First dHstlan) 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. lag Worship. 11 a. m. Training
animal plus 23 cents per day Church officiating Intermentwas Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Union 7 p. m. Evening: Warship a
for feed. If the owner did cot in New Hope Cemetery near Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. 8 p. m. Wednesday night! ser- IN'
claim his animal within a given Lacrosse, with DeWitt C. Jones m. Prayer Meeting! Friday. 7:30p. : vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel-
period, it was sold at auction. Funeral Home In charge of .-Rev Chester J. Shouppe, come-L. L. Parker pastor.. I Ii,
--- arrangements pas>tor. i iiii
A string ensemble from the CHURCH OF CHRIST T -1; I IA

Jacksonville Philharmonic: Symphony GrifEsServices HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday: Bible Study l0( a. m.: .
Mrs. Leila :: ;
: :
group was obtained to (Highway 100 at Theressa) Communion ""
Morning Worship Pod t :::: "i.f!
accompany a choir of 60 voicesin : Held Sunday. School-10 a. m. Service, 11'a.. m. Evening t

Handel's Messiah brought by Morning Worship-11 a. 'rn. services 6OOsWednesday: .f. 1J.. .
the Ministerial; Alliance] and At New River! Training Union-6:30: p. m. Worship service 7 ...... /0'

some local civic organizations. Mrs Leila Griffis 56. of Evening WOl'shlp.-7l5: p. m. p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. t /: .r ....
Admission free to the pub
was Wednesday Night Prayer \Services t
lic. Raiford died Wednesday Jan. -7:30: p. m. ,Rev. Merle NORTHSIDE BAPTIST I

-- 1. bus Packham. p:1l: &!tor. CHURCH !ii Ii: ii
News on the trout page of She is survived by her :
services: Sunday .l
Telegraph told the story band Elsie Oriffis; two daughters GOD Schedule of ..... ..... .....
The FIRST ASSEMBLY OF Morning Worship t
Mrs. LeoditJi Ellis Ral.fot'd. School, 9:45: a. m.:): N
of a prolific pig. The owner of and Mrs. Oveida Prevatt. OF STARKE 10:45: a. m. Training Un- I .. i
the: : craw",> Albeit Ojleen said that West Weldon St. and Raiford Evening Service.
ion, 6:45: p. m.
she had brought a litter of 17 of Sanderson; two sisters Mrs. Road ::1111 111 1111
Starke, and 7:45.: Mid-Week Prayer Service i it
1942 it 13, and Rachel Nazworth, "MOUNTAIN TOP EXPERIENCES" It is not yet vacation time,
In 1941. In was Sunday School l: 10:00: a. m. Wednesday 7:45 p. m.
Mrs. Laura GI'UCls. Raiford;
the fame number in 1943. two brothers, E. W. Wilkinson, 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship) : :t :w however that time i is! approaching and we start remembering t I

Hawthorne, and Rev. Maxie 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday t T the wonderful feelings and experiences of our last trip to the
announced his if 11 t
Charley Johns Wilkinson Raiford; and four m. Evangelistic Services. School. 9:45: a. :in.&
candidacy for State senator grandchildren. Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid- Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Youth .:.:. :.:.: mountains, and now we can start to plan new adventures. :::: I I
from Union and Bradford Counties Funeral services were held Week Prayer Meeting. Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir Practice '

the .1937.39 a position sessions.he had He had held also in at New 2:30: River p.m. Saturday Congregational In the Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. Wednesday Rev. Robert 8 p. m.D. Burch t 11111 0 11i1: That closeness, and\ the exciting feeling when worshiping the. 1

served Bradford County in the Methodist Church with burial ill BETIIEL BAPTIST CHURCH t : Lord is often referred to as .MOUNTAIN: TOP EXPERIENCE. 1 t

House of Representatives dur- South Prong Cemetery.Services Sunday School 10 am.Morn-; RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH ::i ::: We invite 'ou to come worship the Lord in his house, and ::
.1 rg PJ33.: :;;; He had ftr-u'.t: for a !ire Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Schedule 'of services: Sundays I P
decent pension for old people. : Held Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer ,School. 10 a. m.. Wo' hi p. 11. a.. ?1 mr receive the joys of being close to God. Attend church this week. m IiM t
when in the Senate, and his reputation Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday and 7:30: m. Training un-
m p. i ...... ... ... ... ..... } .. ..... ... .. .. ... ......... .. ..... ... ....................... ...... .....);
was as one who "was For Mrs. Alvarez, -Rev. J. C. Hesters pastor ion, 6:30: .1). m.-ReV. Jack :.;...:..:.;...;...".............. .... .. ... .. ... ::: ::.:: ::.:.:;.: : :..::::.;::. : : :..; ; ;.;.:.; : ;:; :: ;;.. ;.;; ; ;...;........... ... . ... .....................................

always the common found fighting man''the battlesof / Native Of StarkeMrs. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Stoltc, pastor r. Church;; It God'i:; appointed; ojtmy;in this.i mid;; ;I lor;;spreading; $;Iht knowlicfgo; of;l Mis; ;lono \ .nq' .f

Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday BAPTIST ;:;: few man and of ftricfanond'.'man to' rnpond, to that love by loving hit n.ghbor.Without :;:;: f

Bradford County High School Eunice Alvarez, of 1813 School, 11:00: a. m. Morning PINE School LEVEL 10 a. m. Morning :: : Hih grounding" In rte Ion of Cod no .....,nm..' or witty" or way of lift will long r:; \\2. :i:
Tornadoes lost their first basketball Woodmcre Prive Jacksonville: Worship. 6:00: p. m. Training! Worship 11 a. m. Pre-Ser- t ::::: pnovoro and tile"....., whKh w. hold u door will, lntiioblr, | ptrith,. Tntnfori, o... : : .::i
died Friday, Jan 10, A native from Mlflth.. .. th. Church for sobs of' th, '
game of the season Union. 7:00: p. in. Evening Wor- (Booster. Band Young ::::: frinl of .1. ono ihoiild lupoort the ilfiro 0.-::: ::::; ,
to Waldo with a score of 31.28. of Starke she had lived in ship. Service). 6- ::::: ef f hlrnulf' end hh f unll/,. ..,..... that, how..tl, ..", p.run ihould uphold and) par- F' :::::
People, and Prayer
Jacksonville for 60 years where ,,'' Chunk It Itlli the truth ,lift, death end the "
of hetarkc's Wednesday 7:30: Prayer !Ser Ihipoto In tho kKouu oboul mon i dnliny' '
t gamewas t m.
High scorer Worship
Evening p.
she was a member of the Wood- p. m. ::: .. ,... "01IN y'Col.m.n ..
with 10 points. 1st and 3rd Wednesday :: trath whkh olont cal ul him i. to li> ot o child of CodFAULKNER :: :
S Oinklns: vices. Midweek Service. Wednesday Ad .r
lawn Baptist
Lineup for the gnme was: for Surviving are one daughter, night-1:00: p. m. Family night. 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers. D..D.. f ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::;:::::::;:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:::::::;:::::::::::: :;:::;::::::::::::::::::: :::: g :::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:::jm t

wards. Dinkins and Reddish; Mrs. Irene Matzat, with whom GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH pastor.
center, Mercer; g.iards, Mosley the made her home; a son, I
and! Burney. Substitutes were ''S.dney: Alvarez Santa Monica STARKE BOATDRAIN BAPTIST j .
Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng -
Johns McRae and Shuford. Calif.; one sister Mrs Ara 11. Training! Union CHURCH STARKE
Bradford was more successful Moitt, of staike; two grandchildren Worship Sunday ,School 0 a. m. !Morning i
Evrninu Worship
with the second game of the and three great- 0 p. m Worship! 11 a. m. TrainingUnion : I
: Service t f II
season, beating Union 41 to. 20. erandclulriren. 7. Wednesday Prayer : 7 p. M. Evening Worship
7:30.: -Rev. Virgil Lovett pas! t
Set vices"! ;; were held at 3 p.m. 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wed
Darby( :) Peek son of Mr. and Saturday ut t the graveside in tor. nesday, 8 p. m.-Rey, Virgil ,
Mrs. S. L. Puk.! and Edgar Wil- Conner Cemetery near Raiford Lwett. pastor t I HURST SHELL J:: STARKE, "66"
1u"n: oS .:. .,,1 A. J. Wilkinson with Rev James Wiugato of- FIRST UNITED METHODIST l
left( for boot tialnln at Bainbridge fic:at1nu. CIIURC!!, STARKE SMYRNA MISSIONARY;
High student: Worship, 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday sw-
1):43): am.;
and renamed Hotel l Davis. 11:00: a.m.; MYF Snack Supper vices: Sunday School, 10 a. m. ', RENTALS Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231
The old Hotel locatedat Convocation 11 Training ,
Victor Mr. Davis who had lived in 6:00: p.m.: Bishop's Preaching: a. m. Tire Truing
W. Call Street, changed Youth 5:45 ni. Evening Wet
125 and
for Adults Union : p.
Starke for the list 15 months
hnmfo.\ ( Eddie Da Us purchased also owned Eddie's Barbecue, Jacksonville Civic Aulditorium ship 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. I Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting .;
!the bar mid hotel from William on E. Call Stree. He was for 7:30: p.m.; Cars will leave the -Elder A. G. Flynn, pastor t
Randolph/ who: erected the structure merly in the entertainment business Church at 6:30: p.m. Complete Lubrication !: ;f Brake Service I
about three years before. Monday Jr. Girl Scouts. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
It was lecioccraUd.; lenovaed iu Augusta, ca. 3:15: p.m.; MYF SubDistrictMeeting Sunday Service: Sunday\ Minor Tune-Up. ::.::;.:. Wheel Balance and tj
at Pine Grove Church. 7:30: p.m.; Hospital Auxiliary: 10:45: a. m. Evening Service 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment '"
in Fellowship Hall 7:30: p.m. 6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser 1011 N. Temple Avenue SERVICE 4
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeSTARKE Tuesday Jr Girl Scouts rice Wednesday 7:15: p. m. Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD ,

3:13: p.m.Wednesday. Younger Chil Charles Reese ministerST. I PHONE 964-5899 tlO S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs ..1

PHONE 964-6200 dren's Choir Rehearsal. 3:00: MARK'S EPISCOPAL 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
p.m.: Church School Workers CHURCH, STARKE t .j
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 Conference 7:30: () p.m. Sunday Services: STARKE BUILDERS
ThursdayChancel Choir Rehearsal 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist. '

RENTAL SERVICESHospital 7:43: p.m. fl:30: a. m. Church School SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON
Friday Older Children'sChoir 10:30: a. m. Family Service. t

Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches Rehearsal 3:30: p.m. (Holy Eucharist U, >t and 3rd OF STARKE, INC MEAT MARKET
DeWitt T, Faiabee Jr., Fas- Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd Featuring Ace Hardware

tor. and 4th Sundays). AND COLD STORAGEWe
Complete Paint Supplies
-J. Thomas Staab. Rector Buffet Lunch $1.25 I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Specialize in Custom Slaughter
and Sporting Good 11 A. M.to2P.M.
STARKE HAMPTON! CHRISTIAN lag, Cutting mod W ra-
School 9:45: am. Morning Worship Sunday School 10 a, m. Morn "Cheek With U. First Buffet Dinner 11.7& Prepared for Deep PTWM t
at 11; sermon. "Emmanuel ing Worship at 11. Evening
God with Us." Associatlanal Worship. 7:30.: Rev. Carl 219 Washington St.. 964-5270 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEU.

'Music Festival to be held at Clarke pastor.
the First Baptist Church. Ral- U. S. 301 North Ph. 964.7600 RETAIL I
ford 2 p.m. Training Union FIRST BAPTIST ,CHURCHHVMPTON ,
G:15.i Evening Worship. 7:30: ; : Phone 9647059BRADFORD
SUNDAY 6:30: sermon..., "A Bruised Reed Shall Sunday ,School 10 a. m. Morn 'I LOIIIA -
STARRING IN COLOR He Not,.Break" ing Worship at 11. Training DAD & BRAD SALES t
Monday, Jan. 20 Youth Union 6:30.: Wednesday night
NBC CHANNEL 12 Choir, 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed EST COUNTY
Tues.. Jan. 21 Junior Choir. by choir practice. Starke Nursing '
Sunbeams. 3:30: p.m. Primary Home service 2:45: I p. m. OMTROL ,
MARLIN PERKINSLr Choir GA's, 4:15.: -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. 24-Ft. Wide TELEGRAPH

Wed.. Jan. 22 Bible Study
Class. 10 am:, Prayer Meeting CALVARY BAPTIST I a On-tM. Also 12Ft. Wide OFFICE SUPPLIES ,
7 p.m. Church Choir Practice Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-
J. ; 7:45.: las Wo-ship 11 a. m. Training I MOBILE HOMES TYPEWRITERS

'';' v"of' Thurs., Jan. 23 Visitation, 7 'vice Union 7:30.:6:30: Prayer p.. m.Meeting Evening, Wednesday Ser I 19 E.: Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and Traveltrallers ADDING MACHINES

.' p.m.Fri.., Jan '24 -> Recreation Butler,, pastor 7:30;:< p. m.. -Rev. R. H. ...... ,"-S141'. FREE Keystone Height. PRINTING OF ALL KINDS ,
; I, ri. Night at. the Church for youth
7 p.m. j t laae.etiou. sad Eat....... and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
It t I -W. '1\. Hogan pastor DEDAN BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH- 1 ,

Sunday School 10 a. m Mora-

BAPTIST CHURCH Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service
I,1. 7:30.: -Rev. Lacy Conway=
Sunday Jan. 19 Sunday CO.
School, 0:45: a.m. Morning Worship pastor. j Grocery and MarketGroceries

at 11, Youth Choir (Practice t
NORTHSrDE BAPTIST 1 Official Better Service For Your Meats Fssel
4:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship ]] CHURCH du RlafBULOYA -
\ Supper. 5:45.: Training Located on Bayless Highway! KII".W.S DI--I/q" Title. Problems GAS AND OIL
Union 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle
,':t.4i t" : .:-rj'./..I.....".' ,..''''.:. ;n-..,'_ 7:15.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: ''SR 225 at( Raiford 16)). :RoadS t WATCHES Abstracts Jack and GIa.,. EJwarss)

.." : ,, Tuesday! Jan. 21 R. A.
'.' ". ..... Meeting 6:30: p.m, Services: Sunday School 10 lit W. Can St. Starke Title. lasvraaee1M U. s. SOI South stared
\\o. a. m.; Sunday Morning Worship,
Wednesday Meeting
ayer \
PRESENTED BY 7:30: p.m. Business (Meeting 8. 11 a. m.; Training Union, 6:30p. : t ..... 9U-7044 W. Cai Pk. ....1 PRONE 944-M11
Church Choir : m.; Evening Service, 7:30: ; f
NATHAN L. MODLING -Sunbeams Midweek Prayer Service.! Wednesday I
Thursday.Jan. 23 -
ItT. 2, BOX ir.r: PH. 961-7103 j and GA's Sunbeams and GA's, hon. pastor.OAK : ,

STAKKE, FLORIDA 3:30: p.m. 6. .1 Br Tbl..s WeServ. b TwHe Ncrtkdjast Flerlda. CmttesHea**.* Our N. b.. u. BeUdjr
Denton Sumrall pastor. GROVE BAPTIST

REVRLSEN1IN, CHURCH r .....,"--.,..... HII....-Flssis 473-4911 I
feiwday School, 10 a. m.
I' Mutual 'f\ ADD ]MACHINE ROLLS Morning Worship at 11. Tntaing'.Unoln ; -
I Lilt Insurance' AlfihaU United of Omaha
4 .: : File Folder, complete line of- :; 6:45.: evening Wor-
OF OMAHA' Ham Office: Omaha, NtbriiU, flee suppUes.-The Telegraph.; hipy 7:30: .-Rer. Father A. Mo-
-- Ph 964-6305. Oet''put.7a. tl j
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: Annual CO'01 o

Sale Set By s'A' V

['. Girl Scouts l 7>> 4i

i J .
On Saturday January 18.
Girl Scouts in Stu'ke will begin *riy
taping orders for the Gateway .)
Girl Scout Council's ll.S.D.A. CH01CF HKFFs
Cookie.Sale. 60 of Annual\! \
9 Junior, Cadette, and Senior Ctrl ] f
r Scouta In Starke are expected
i to participate In order taking \
for the sale which will be held
I in February. /
f I
? Customers may order their
1 'avorlte cookies!! from a selection
)f five varieties assorted
A sandwich cookie mint peanut AlMD
g butter sandwich butter flavor ,.Nr j-yrssz$
Ga ed shorties and KOKO cookies. ? '
All boxes sell fox 50 cents and
payment.\ made on delivery to
customers In February.
Cookie sale profits from the Limit 1 Detergent of Your Choice with $5.00 of more purchase excluding' cigarettes;
annual sale go to maintain improve ? GAN
and develop the three
rj council-owned: camp sites: Camp.. DETERGENT. '
? Chowenwaw. located near
Green Cove Springs; Camp . COFFEEMAXWELL
Chanyata near Bayard; and
? Camp Katerl near Orange Giant Size WHITE, BLUE or COLD WATER
r'r Springs. Troops participating Limit 1 Detergent of Your Choice with $5,00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
A the sale receive from 5 to 10 HOUSE ASTOR
cents a box profit depending
on number of boxes sold by
the troop. Troop bonus money DETERGENT. 49
1'! is used by troops for troop activitles. -
,. camping trips and OB I
equipment. Half Gallon WHITE ARROW
The 1969 1. planned to b.e used for major

i{ waw.maintenance replacement of Camp of tents Chowen and BLEACH 19 F
floors troop camp equip Limit 1 CoffeeofYourChoi'ewilh$5OOormor
. ment. 0 . purchase excluding cigarette
;.! Only registered) Girl Scouts QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
r. are eligible to solicit cookie or PRICES GOOD THRU JAN. 19w.O'.I.
ders and each Scout will be non. 'INC. All STRAINED BEECHNUT 2-Roll Pkg.. DELStr BATHROOM

' Girl identified Scout by pin.her uniform Persons who or Helves'T""T-"" Food 10* Tissue. /
. desire to order cookies and are DEL MONTE Sliced or .
not contacted during the order
. period may call Ann Godwin at1J645859 THUIITY MAID Lang Extra Fancy 2-Rall KLEENEX t0U110UERice..3

. to place their orders. PEACHES : :: BAG 39* Tissue. S/$1.

TB Seal Sales
Short Of GoalIn *
Butter 39 Towels..4/l.
BradfordA . .

total of.$1.129 has been $ Na. I Can DOC SLICED A CRUSHEDFood.

C1 contributed''lstmas Seal to Campaign the annual in N. 2Y2 i 1 0/89* P'apple 4l.MOO. l.
Bradford County, according toNorman .
Ketch, county chairman CANS
Bautiqua as-oa LIBBV TOMATO
of the drive and area forester
with Gilman Paper Co. *
Napkins 41 Juice 4/l.
The campaign began November . . .
15 in an effort to raise 1.
323 in the county. More than 4.-
400 letters containing this
Christmas Seals were L
sent to county residents firms ) i : $199 SUNNYLAND Tender SmokedHAMS
and Ketchte organizations.said that the current Chuck sAie C..1B. 69 N.Y. Strips. lB.

total represents only 87 per cent USDA CHOICI W-D BRAND CORN FED W-D BRAND BEEF

of amount the of total$1.302.1967 The campaign campaign Pot Roast>> LB 59 Short Ribs. ... L8 49USDA *
will continue on until afterFebruary. :D.
The Disease Tuberculosis Association and Respiratory olKotSwvl Round Steak 18.984 Beef Stew 3 -, 99

;: ':'! 'a cnriluct* we; USDA CHOICI W-D OR 2''
.Seals annual In by drive the sales Northeast and'fst'slivPortedsolely of Christmas Florida Steak -T9 Steakettes. '" T'alb. WHOLE

. area which includes\ Bradford .PkB. W-D BRAND"MEAT STEW OR USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN 'i.
,: and nine other counties. The Gr. Chuck .T9 T-Bone Steak, $119
area campaign total now standsat .. ... L6.
more than $96.000. with more W-D BRAND LlAN USDA CHOICI W-D BRAND Cam Fed Ben.U>*Sraak
contributions being received Blankets PLUS 100 FREE STAMPS WITH COUPON
each day.Funds Gr. Beef..3 l3S', T7 Delmonicos.' L8 $149
are by the $4.99 value Reduced to
in current and on-going programs
in community cervices,
serviceto $3.49 6-011. nvKUKrt'9 rTOCWBBva AMERICAN 2-Lb.JENNI-O FRESH FROZEN
public\ health education
patients medical education Sliced Cheese 35' Turkey Roast T'
and research. Area emphasis BOB WHITE THICK SLICED
has been placed on emphysema. b-oa. KRAFT'S SLICED NATURAL
asthma and air pollution. Swiss Cheese 49 Fish Cakes 3/l.


Bologna .: ie 59

S Cookies . 4/l. Baked Ham. 59*


- We P-G.- Sand Spread 39* Tarnow Pizza


StressService Sausage. . $1.99 Sausage. . . 59*


Godding U S. N o. 1 R EGU LA R

_ 1012 Gainesvill.Opts SOUTH Motors Main. St. Dinners. .. 3/$1. Potatoes 10 :s:, 69*


1 r 3712311FarWindows. .. ... 5/$1. Berries. .. ... 2/79*

Fillet. 39* *
Quart BIRDSIYI Extra Fancy WASHINGTON STATS Rod or Golden D.liciousCool

i'' Whip..2l.l'Alb. Apples.. .. .. .. 29* Ls.

'.."" I Paly Bag Fra*.n Shaa tring French Fry U.S. Na.l YELLOW(S-lb. Bag,.3:;) BAG
i -,Cryltal' CI I r Potatoes..3 *
SIIdht-....,tic $1. Onions. . 3 &: 33
2-Lb.PkyiNUNDERtOIitRANDtr..d.IChunkss. MUD SWEET

. Only Shrimp.. ... $1.99 Rutabagas.. .. 18' 1 O

3G WI 'TEOllGut\\ ......._.... ......._...................... ................................................................;..............................

H u\IrW...n...:.. ODltT FDr" 1OOO I I -EXTRA ,', I I : --I I EXTRA 11r; 1 EXTRA I I EXTRA 'j
RIS. .Rauy' -...'.., dX n lt GREEN*t>ll CM.M STAMPS w. Lrw?fwro a u< N Mli>ti.tW>W*M KM *(W
: .. M.... MITMtl' :II i:1:1- .. :, : O.La., w.a aiiANO HAN
ClUA" Oe[ O.UTN :31-01 OTTLC I I :
: Doors, Porches EXTRA. STAMPS. ......."..- Mince aooa TMHO Meat JAN.Pie!' ': .., "... Movon"ai.e:1. :I J".... ( Realemon Juice :, rQ,. .;..{.. 0000 Ground TMXU JAN Beef 1. ,'
..... ...-......_-_. ..--... #, 1:4 +". ., aOOO TMKO JAN .1 ..,.".., 0000 TMHU JAN' l lJfM. le fP0
Breezeways -- .. ...,..... : + .. .._....,... i
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rrrr 9rrrrrrrrrw- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo chua General Hospital in Gain the pastorium .last Saturday
Dyal. "'| esville during the week. night. Afterward. Rev. and Mrs,. BOOKSAt Pens (Maas); Facts & Fiction And Night (Travel): The Trou
IAWTEYCHURCH Leonett Dyal la visiting Mr. OMr. and Mrs. H. W. Bennett HAMPTONBy James Temple and Mr. and NEW (Biidge); Rape of Czechoslovakia ble' with Lawyers (Bloom):
Dyal'ft brother and sister-in-law, and children Mr. Hattie Par Mrs. Ronald Bristol accompanied (Chapman): Miami And Looking at My Heart (Blai-
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dyal at ley, and Miss Sinna Prescott 12 :young people to Lake The Library The Selge of Chicago (Mailer); berg! ); Revolution In Learning
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.... .. Stuart and .later In the week visited their brotner-in-law and Mm. D. Butler where they enjoyed a Case Against Congress (Pearson (Pines); Price Guide to American -

& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&A" they visited his other brother sister Mr. and Mrs. George) couple of bonus' at the akatinarink. available at ); Armies of The Night Antiques (Daniel.)
and aster-in-law. :Mr. and Mrs. La-stlng-er. In Dayton on Sun ,t New books now (Mailer); The Joys of Yiddish
ACTIVITIES! Lloyd Dyal in Brooker. day. Mrs. Losttager Is seriously. William F. O'Steen We are sorry to learn that the Bradford County Library: (Rosten); Office Hours Day
United Grace MethodistSunday :Mrs. Ernest Wells has returned ill In Halifax General Hospital. Funeral services. were held Mrs. Mattie Sowell Is back: in Adult Fiction
School, 9:43: a.m.. Worship from a two-week visit :Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Sunday for William F. O'Steen the hospital in Starke. She has A Very Private Life (Frayn;
11 and 7:30: p.m. Choir Prac with her son and daughter-in- and sons of Live Oak. and Mr. 66. who died Thursday: Jan. 9, 'been ill for some time. The First Circle (Solzenltsyn): '"
ties Wednesday 7 p.m., MYF law. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wells and Mrs. W. F. Moore and In Gainesville. A former reel Mrs. C. L. Atkinson fa back Spy for A Say (Mather); Doc Serving Florida
7:30: p.m. Official Board met and sons in Huntsville. Ala. Micky were dinner guests of dent of Hampton, lie had lived borne after spending several tor's Confessions (Selfert): 1950
Monday at 8 p.m. Mrs. George Roberts was Mr.: and Mrs. Thomas Casey most of his life In Waldo He weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Reed Sarah's Cottage (Stevenson): & :
First Baptist -Sunday School called to Deland because of the and family on Z\and r. had been 111 for several months. Lewis and family In Wiggins Mosby's Memoirs And Other
10 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. and death of her aunt, and while Miss. Stores (Bellow); The Beastly O '
He is survived by three daughters entice One.
Balthazar B. greeting
7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30.: there visited other relatives. News About ol Pvt. Billy Woods who Is eta- Beautltudes of
7:30 Midweek. services Wednesday Mrs. O.visiting J Phillips Mr. and and Dan.Mrs. Colored CitizensThe Waldo, Mrs.Mrs.Rose Bessie Lee:Mae Yarghn Grant honed with the U. S. Army InAlaska er(Donleavy); The )Husband: Cousin (Kate Stein)(;Hey-By .............-.r.. .........................................'
p.m.Church ny were ham .of Dover, and Mrs. Mazzle spent a few weeks here Thumbs
of My
of God Sunday Leslie Phillips and sons in The Pricking
with grandmother Mrs.
School 10 a.m., Worship 11 am. Jacksonville on Thursday. Sun Ruth Hall .of Seffner; four ,sons, John McNeal, and other rela- (Chrlshe) ); Cool Day far K1U- Mrs. Carolyn J B Cordially
and 7:30: p.m. YPE Wednesday day visitors of Mrs. Phillipsand Reno Recreation Center S. J. of Starke William and tives. ing (Haggard) Honey (Jenkins

7:30: p.m. i Danny were Mr. and Mrs. is under repair for the time Franklin of Gainesville and PFC Phil Galney of Fort Gordon Hustand (Stein); The Alias Eaves Welcomes
Highland Baptist Sunday Coleman Phillips, and family being, as reported 1 by Director James, of Grandln; two brothers Ga. was home! for several Man (Craig); Take A Pair o t Representative t
School 9:43: a.m., Worship 11 of Macclenny, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Notice the paper for Henry of Palm Harbor,, days visiting his mother, Mrs. Private (McIntosh); Judas My Ph. 964-5812 You and Your
a.m. and 8 p.m., Choir prac Leslie Phillips and .sons of activity schedule. and Obe of Pedro; 21 grandchildren Betty Witt. Brother (Yerby): No More September Your I'
Lice 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. SCHOOL NEWS and a great-grandchild. We are glad to (have Bud (Glennon); Sight Unseen 122 N. Bay St. Family to
Wednesday 8 p.m. James Phillips and children of The RJE PTA meeting was Services were at Waldo Baptist Jones" back home and out of (Llndhop): The Scarecrow( Starke New Home
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Etarke. 4 held Wednesday, Jan. 8, at 7:30: Church with burial at Santa Fo the service. He is married to Man (Bray); Bruno's Dream

May and family were their Sheila and Kathie Norman of pjm. in the gym Meetings will Cemetery. the former Brenda Green, and (Murdoch). FloridaIt
daughter Mrs. Evelyn Nettles :Miami spent two weeks with be held every two months, with Personals Is residing with ,his wile and Adult Non-Fiction The State of
and children on Saturday, and their granCparenta Mr. and the next one scheduled for the L. Q. Johns was abe to re daughter in Bvooker. Riddle of Gravitation (Berg. Welcome and :
Mrs. May's sister, Mrs. Gladys Airs.: L, P. Rafuso. third Wednesday In Marcsh. turn home last week, following mann); A Lifetime with Lions Is Our Desire to Make You Feel :
Epps, her son and his friend Visiting Mr. and Mrs. George CHURCH NEWS surgery! on his back for a. per VVT'VVYYVTTAt1TvV'VTn7NEWS (Adamson); Eisenhower (Larson To Aquaint You With Your City.
Wayne Kirkland of Orlando Tribe during the week were Bethlehem Free Will! Baptist forated disc He will ,be in bed ); The Algiers Motel Incident

over the last weekend. his: son-in-law and daughter, Church Rev. Williams pastor. for several weeks, and then In ABOLifSERVICE (Hersey) Goldenage Exercises If you are new in the area, a phone
SP4 Robert Dyal, now stationed Mr. and Mrs. L. Songhurst. ofXngersol Monday night, Choir No. 1 will a brace, while the operation .la (King); Brief Against
at Fort Rucker, Ala. spent Ontario Mr. and Mrs. rehearse. Tuesday night Choir healing. Death (Smith); Horse of A call: will bring you a prompt visit 1
last; weekend at home with his S. Graham of Trenton, Ontario, No. 3 and Ushers Board No. 2 New students At: Hampton Different Color (Moody): An- ,:
and Mrs. Tribe's sister and will meet. Wednesday night, Elementary School since the MEN 'del's Plumbers & Pipe Fitters i from your local hc>st.ess. Please give 1
Library (Oravetz); New Encyclopedia -
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. II. Meeting, Thurs Christmas holidays Include Dar
Colter of Memden Ontario. day general night Prayer, Story Hour: at the la Bishop a transfer from the ""W AAAAAAAA4A AAAAAAA/ of Successful Program Female' her a call! She has maps and many !

FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders church. The Ladies Circle will Starke schools( whose parents Pvt. Joseph E. Starling, son Ideas (Duran); Born
spent Sunday with his niece, meet at the home of Mrs. Lewis are moving to the Hampton of Mr. and Mrs. V. L, Starling (Bird); Mrs. Parkinson's' Law free and wonderful gifts for you I

:Mrs. Evelyn Henry, in Starke. McKay. Friday night Prayer Lake area; Kathy :Thomas and of Route 1, Lawtcy, has been (Parkinson); On Reflection Visitor from local businesses. ;
and Mrs. T. V. Duck attended their 25th Infantry (Hayes); The Thanksgiving
Mr. at the home of Cindy Alderman who with assigned to the i
Band meeting The Valacht Pa
THEATRE Cedar Creek BaptistChurch :Mrs. Sarah Qftincp. Saturday! mother Mrs. Billy! Alderman, Division In Vietnam for duty as (Capote I; ij j

In Jacksonville! on Sunday night, the League will sell in the are living at Santa Fe Lake; an infantryman.Lance .
to( see their son-in-law, D. Timmy Knight, newly adoptedson -
:\ E- kitchen. Sunday School, 9:30: a.
E.. Nolan: ordained' as Deacon Charles, D. Carter
: of Mr and Mrs Pete Cpl. '
at 11
Weekdays 7 P. :M. and visited the Nolan family. m. Morning Worship Knight; and Teresa Rose, whose son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen
Sunday 3: P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Mains Grif- the message will by be a held guest at speaker.4 p.m. parents moved: here from North( I. Carter of Route 1, Lawtey, !]
Saturday 1 P. ;M.FKIDAY fis !and their! families of Palat- League Carolina last month. has returned to the 2nd MarIne -
6 Visitors
ka: and Mrs Tom Whaley of evening Service p.m. Mrs. Calvin Vaxnes and baby, Aircraft Wing at Cherry MAN.0*CICUtlNCI
SATURDAYJAN. Jacksonville and children were always welcome Mike arrived at the John E. Point, N. C. after a live firing
Church, Rev.
17, 18 vUUns! Mrs. Nell Wilkinson Mt. Flsgah AME Sparkman home( last week, to exercise of the Hawk Missile at
Double Feature Program Mrs. Daisy Bock and Lynn on George Young pastor' ( Sunday spend several months with her Vieques Island Puerto Rico.
Morning -
School, 10 a.m.
Sunday i This missile, designed! to inter-
is in
parents while! 'Mr. Varnes
Mrs. lC\ Pearce and Mrs. at 11. Evening! Service, and destroy low altitude
a GIol( Inoll f flrlI ( service. They have been In Co- cept
H. T. Bennett visited their sister 6:30.Pleasant: aircraft Is an important partof
Mrs. Dan Starling, in Ala- Grove Methodist lorado Springs Colo of the Marine Air Defense SYS- 1 I
I Church. Rev. H. P. Hudson pas- The Avory Slade family tem.
Maxville visited Sunday ,with
tor. Church School 10 a.m. -
Mrs. W. M. SLade, Mr. and ,
i Morning Worship at 11. The Maj Vernon N, Glenn son of
1 1 WatchBand Mrs Lester Slade, and Mr. and
will be held at 3
Choir Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Glenn Sr. I
p.m. Evening service, 4. p.m. Mrs., V. J. Slade.. of Starke, recently received his
/f Grater Allen Chapel AME Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor second award of the U S. Air f
Thdsoliodo lY 2 Calendar Church. Sunday School 10 a.m. of Hampton Baptist Church, is Force Commendation Medal at

> Morning Worship at 11. The attending the Florida Evange- Nhut Air Viet-
tik Tan Son Base.
loni9htlMGM 12 MONTHS
r DM1ii Choir! Union wilt be held at lism Conference in Orlando from nam. t
HI this
91.00The 3 p.m. Evening service. 6 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday Maj Glenn distinguished himself JOINOLDS.MOBILE'S
week. J. B. Miley of Waldo! was
Vlr Plans are in the making by meritorious service as
( PANAVISIONiMFTROCOlOR i In! ANillWlII stewards activity that will in charge of prayer meeting commander of the 475th Transportation t
tennlnate! \ on February 9. All Wednesday evening during the Squadron at Misawa

PLUS members are tusked to cooperate pastor's absence. AB, Japan. He was cited for GREAT 88 !
TELEGRAPH with the captains to make ac- Floyd WhItfield returned home exemplary professional) performance COME:SEETHE MOST
THE GOOD, llvlly a great success. last weekend after several daysin and leadership ESCAPE.
Bradford County Hospital. Maj. Glenn, who received his WANTED CARS IN TOWN 1/
commission by direct appointment -
.r. in 1951;) Is a member of
the Pacific Air Forces. He is a I
THE UGLYWith 301 DriveInSHOW veteran of World War II. Wanted for the sportiest of reasons: Delta 88 Royale. New top-of-the-line 88, with Royale touches
CLINT EASTWOODSUN. everywhere a Custom rear window-Vinyl top_Pmstnping a Chrome lender louvers _Choice of Buckets or Custom
...rrrrrrrr..TY.rY M. Sgt. William E. Sapp, son Sport Seat Deluxe steering wheel a All yours all standard( For big,car luxury with a sporting spirit-this ist,t!;* '
of Mrs. Bessie Sapp, of Route Y
., ;3ION., TUES. PINE HILL LODGE 1 1, Lawtey ,has received the U:
JAN. H!>, 20, 21 BEGINS AT 7:00: PM.ADMISSION INSTALLS OFFICERSPine S. Air Forca CommendationMedal
Double Feature Program : : Adults 75c, Students 60c() : Hill Masonic Lodge No. at Whiteman AFB, MIs-
Children Under 12 Flee B I enjoyed a covered dish supperIn souri.; A missile maintenance
the Brooker Civij( Center technician, he was decorated
FRI., SAT., SUN. JN. 17, 18, 19 Tuesday night Jan 7. Quests for meritorious service at Ka-
THEY PLAY AROUND TRIPLE FEATURE of the lodge were Invited to seethe della Air Base, Okinawa as a
installation of officers four member of the Strategic Air
.. 1 1I"
lowing the meal. Command.
WITH MURDER ANuwi1N OF Those Installed at this time .l
were: Roy Carroll, Worshipful S. Sgt. Willavd W. Wynn has 1 j
Master: Stanley Green, Senior received the Purple Heart foxhounds
MEN i :.at. Warden: Wilbur Andrews. Junior received in action in

.. ,J Warden; Carroll L. Atkinson He is now hospitalized in
Senior Deacon; Frank japan His address is: S. Sat.
[VARLE CHANEY MM.DUMIJ..w (Sonny) Andrews, Junior Deacon Willard W Wynn. RAliaur,73U.:: I"
; H. H. Mott, Chaplain; R. Rvn. Pnt. Ward No. I, USA1Ip.
PLUS H. Green, Secretary: N. G. :' Zama, Japan, Al'O :$,111 Escape from the ordinary at your Oldsmobile Dealer

Hayes, Treasurer: Coy Edwards Francisco, CaUf. (00343./(

Tyler; Mr MacHenry
Senior; Steward; and Leroy

ANERIMN INIEINAIIONAI'S I *fHEMINISKIRT Stokes, Junior Steward. "More diets begin in dress )
1ffThVXJI JUNIOR TRAINING shops than in doctors'offices" OUNGMOCII.T1INIMNG .
UNION CLASS Bath County (Ky.) News-
The Junior Class of Brooker Outlook lJfcc

tOlOB Baptist Church Training Union

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aid b.c.u. ft* tinmen you un lie sure th.t th bulldw It InltritUd In u product of
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Jim Wallet can offer money-saving: advantages:! too. When we build your newOICIS ty. And We're Proud Of
in THt home you tell tit where to stop building. We'll leave: the interior IJnfinishecl'OIlO.NG Mighty It. i
IOCA1 IONS: or we'll do more-it', up to you. You do ta much of your own InteriorJacksonville
finishing/ at you choose and save on labor cost (Try this with conventional:

Fl* 32205 West tilth financing.the rest) We'll of the even home furnish the materials you'll need and finance them' tJronRmi LET US MAKE A SURVEY OF YOUR NEEDS TODA YI-NO! COST-NO OBLIGATIONS. I

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Y 964-6554. It to tree for the M* insurance to an ever greater appreciation
4 ifiGF. security that may In. its value In the years ahead.
FARM AND RANCH While talking about taxes c as 975,000 to "The value of social security I.
remember that social Security to an In protection grows as the economy
t ntiw By George T. Hugsins payments are a form of taxes. should the grows, rather than promising
Ff COUNTY AGENT Tom Watson'Social Security' r"P. become disabled. a fixed amount of money
Agricultural Extension Service Representative .a in the OLD Watson declared.TYPEWRITERS .
Agriculture Building. back of ,3y I 4r the schedule of
I the Courthouse, from. ajn. to contributions lu
l .... and Thurs :Manual or
t '" Ww,. 12 noon on Monday Watson said
I Sometimes there can be a will help you to assemble all day. He la always glad to talk: worker that his Electric. For ul or rent.
she will to about (Social Secur Bradford County Telel1'apb.Don't .
Utile good news associated the Information he or you your is a good invest
with the bad. Income tax llgw need. The Importance of keep.. ity.By can look forwan.
tag is usually bad news. The Ing accurate records l Is demonstrated the time you read this I
all through the book. the FeederPlg Sale in Galneavllle. ,y
good news la that we have the
brand new 1969 edition of the The very first page lists all the January 17. will be over. 'pIdi
Farmer's Tax Guide. This dates during the year for you Anyway It Is too late for you
Guide has 'teen redesigned. to. to remember and tie proper to consign trigs to this sale.
form to The next sale Is January 24 In
make It easier to use and more use.
helpful you In preparing your We have a Tax Guide for Live Oak. February sale have give a chill a chance!
1968 Income tax return. you. To secure your copy you not been announced. A good r
Even U you hire someone to must visit our office mall a number of our swine producerswill .
return this guide card to P. O. Drawer or call have pigs on this special
figure your
sale. It is the first one held In
I It. Gainesville since last July. ,/ 1 ray a tY
Just want to remind our .,
swine producers that In orderto
move any swine, farm-to-
Mustan1J farm or to these feeder sales, i
you must have a permit Issued
from Tallahassee. This permitsis
necessary for any movement
except where swine are moving \3 "SY
direct to an APPROVED slaughter -
MOBILE HOMES INC : house. We have the different ,
application forms.
Gainesville's Discount Sales Lot We urge you to call or visit Y
our office for Information on :
movement of hogs, ,If you have i-t _:L :
any questions In mind. We
. . told them they thought It was with skill' and daring in her sensational' presentationof Y
NEW MOON legal to make certain move a 600 pound Siberian tiger riding astride a galloping
THE NATION'S, BEST SELLEROn. ment. This information Is not
always correct. We have the horse. This unique accomplishment it among( the high
Year Guarantee accurate Information on this lights of the all-new Ringling Bros and Barnum & r

12 wid. 2 bedroom . . .frOM $3495 hog cholera program. Talk to Bailey Circus "The Greatest' Show On Earth" opens .
Mrs. Faye Marlowe, Bobby a 3-day engagement in Jacksonville, at the JacksonvilleColiseum !,
12 wid. 3 bedroom, I /2 bath from $4595 Taylor or me and you will have on Fri Eve., Jan. :31, then plays three }performances -
the latest Information available. on Sat and two on Sim. I Feb 2.Nation's .
BRONZWOOD Farm Bureau members, go
12 2 bedroemi, front & rear doori ahead and circle January 25
'.mw. . . $3495 calendar. Your Boardof
on your Workers Now Paying I
$5195 Directors are planning the
12x64 3 bedroom, 1!!!4 bathi .from
first membership supper for
Social Rate
CAPELLA Custom that evening to be held in Higher Security ."'- :
Brooker. k 4
12 wida. 2 bedroom . . . .from $3595 Brooker always sets the pace Starting with the first pay earnings toward social security rl"6'+'
for the other communities. This checks received In the :New protection, an Increase of ".0-1 .
pace Is hard to maintain because Year, the Nation's working peo- of one per cent over the contribution Vv"r.IJfII"""
the Brooker people turnout ple are paying 4.8 per cent: of rate in effect since tile
for good attendance. Then beginning of 17.

With the purchase of any new the people from other. parts of teily meetings staited. We have Social Security contributions
FREE! the county like to go to Brooker. had them for two years now are still payaois! on only tbefU.oSt For cozy winter warmth, count on
mobile home ,
of annual earnings
Maybe it is because the and this one will start us off W.jJthJ
YOUR CHOICE: 7" x 8* Utility Building or Brooker cooks are extra good well into the. third year. Farm T. C. Watson; Bracuord County flameless electric reverse-cycle air conditioning.And .
20' x 10' Aluminum Awning or it may be that the Brooker Bureau Brooker Florida Social Security representative,
people always like good hot January 25. said tins wee!!.. A worker earn- the same compact unit delivers cooling comfort during the hot.
Down Payment? Never a problem at Mustang biscuits to go\ along with good This is rose-setting time. ing $100 a week now pays 40 humid months. Save the expense of separate heating and cooling systems
4S20 N. W. 13th US 441 North GainesvilleOut fried chicken. Roses are probably the most cents a week more.
of Town Call Collect 378-1346 President Lonnle Harley favored flower of most people. The Increase that went into See your appliance dealer or air conditioning contractor now
worked hard to get these quar- Roses, as cut flowers fit Into effect January 1, was scheduled
so many situations. They are in the social security amend- Join the more than a million Floridians who've discoveredthat

pretty lor pretty times and ments 01 JG7. Those amendments electric reverse-cycle year 'round air conditioningis
they can brighten up bad times. increased: cubli iwneliu"
the best
for all beneticiaries at least bargain everTHERE'S
One suggestion-try to purchaserose
bushes that are grafted on 13 per cent. The Increase in
In benefits payable to workers and
FORTUNIANA rootstock.
in the future will
Florida they have producedmore their families
4Gsville The flowers attained the largest be even greater, Watson said.
forworkers ...it'$ cheaper,tool
size and developed less die- protection warms in winter..cools in summer
and their families is
Square back than plants with other
root systems. We have a Rose increased and so Is the pro FIONIOA fOWIH I UOHT COMPANY
tection wives and children have HU.HNS tUltO fLO'lOAShooting
Bulletin that Is a complete reference -
.. publication. You need if the worker should. die. There
I ..one if you grow roses. 4s also Improved protection tor

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The Works In 69 !

Tropical Pontiac is Going All Out to Make 1969 The Greatest Year Ever We Plan to

Sell More People More Cars Than Any Other Deafer Here's How

. Clearance 1969 CATALINA BY GIVING 1969 PONTIAC



Monday Veor Chre..4.l0., ..4 dear hardtop or"- Service f_ ... ,- .
I Starting dan equipped" with. vinyl. trim, automatic $3444 .
'......I..OOCIY..v.' .... :
fetm cuihion.power or.coring.pewer 4... Better .
br aliot, tinted glaic, factory air .n4. --

*belt....,*decor,h.ad..m..v.4..,.,.".,whit..11',.......toot and AFTER ONLY '299 P <..;:
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1969 GMC Prices Mdie.. dval I harm, MUMW carpeting. heedretf
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is a store wide clearance sale, whenWilson's .*'<...| CI-I chrome S70C. |nlt equipped,,.painted. with rear. cylinder h...,..., $18 9 3 Come I In And 1 I See Us For I A 1 1.npnq Great

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amp* oil .v. .4 ell standard/I. '

cleans house of odd lots, broken ..l.ty, balurn, AFTER ONLY $::299 DOWN Deal I on I A Great Car for( '69.I

CASH OR TRADE ,..._ ...., H
sizes & color and manufacturer discontinued -
ranges New Break-Away Trade-Ins, Low Low PricesTROPICAL

styles, so shop early while selec- '66 CHEVROLET 66 GTO.
ea..c.oo bwcmef_. Man,.p.w.r.bd...rwy.r.h"bwish......, .-. M495 mnNp.2-10..,........4.1.r..dn.a1. ..h'..... $19951Phlkium
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MAKKR8. from' above atylcd Court on or B fura hove mmlnxt I the stale o
LABEL mnr ; Plaintiff,
Booklet February 11. 18C9; oth rwl.a a JOHN H. POWELL. deoearod INVITATION TO I lKJITATW Patricia A. Linay Uiuy, D"(. 1969. 1.t 4t 1-10 JOHN FRANK WOJOIK" noUfle4 andrrryulred deC -]
$] .S- Bradrord I'ounly Tel- JurtK<'mant may be entered a- late nf MM County, to the PI'UC'II.\IIINO! fa. Ray A..d. ar' her.b)
Available .r.p>. ..... !1'-8115. irA I n.t ynu for tho rallvt-da> County Judas of Bradford. rn"\IIM"ION; OrnL NOTICE 0V SUIT I.KOAL: : rroTicnHld to file any claim hAvenAln..t onilemondR
Now .
n+ eO"" hunt. County. Florida nt Ida office In ... PlorM .. which they may
\VJTNA4St TaliiluiH ae tvhonv renltlence IH unknown.TO "lIted -will bo received Hold estate In the o-fflc
!. Th Circuit Caart of DradCord m3folsnd and east the .room hoop of lAid County. Competitive Sealed Bid will Kenneth, key Clniy.YUH tin t" and not (later than 10:00:<< Jiidare of Bradford
From IRS Office"Your /'..uutr. Flarlda.dALLY of auld Court At Starke. Flo- at 8tnrU! Florlrtn. within lie 8tat Iir-" .. of the County
Uv the Notified of- .
rl<1n thin. January '8. I9fil. months from tho time he revolved Ar H rnLy l .1."atAn AM February 8 IBM In the County. Florida. In the .
ANN ANUKJllWS.\ calendar l until 11:00: .
Commliwlon. lm D ontiled \
rlioslnn action for divorce : ire n-f RuKlnem 1\o1..n.er at stacks Florida,
CHARGES A. DARBY. of thinnntU'e Court Home
Federal Income Tax." ph+hrtltt. v. ne Clerk of aald Court of the. flvdt Each pnlillfiitlon clnlm or demandHlinll AM. on the dote ahown for tne aalnat you and you"are Florida" State Prlnon for the within six calendar month- from :
WILJUIA.M liUWAUD: AXDltliXSH. By Beulah M. Moody and chall : required to carve a copy of Yourwrlten Vurchane+ of hnrventlnpr rluchte" of of the flmt publication
rvrltlnR flute
a I60-page booklet on :Federal lrlrndnnt.NO'riCW ha In f0J rruv! 1R,1 IIn9 sale ot defenses. It any. to It on the
Sawtlmber or
Clerk. renldrnoa and Pine Pulpwood and Bach claim
Peputy of
BV'IT .tR tt> theplare ., of this I
OF : for I
taxes written in layman' lang 1-ld clalm- DilvnA 'pI Inn Ou" Blulw a Sanderi. Attorney In certain ofState wrltlne and
I. Irnlsrnntud area
TO WIUL.IAM L)>r>WARD AN. 4t ; punt of the Condhlnn 1 ... amtspralPirntinne adlrc le 14> demand moat he In
: hiNlnRnni rhie nhll 0Inn1; Plaintiff whose .
and '
Florida land loco tod at residence)
vf of
uage. Is now available at mod DRBWS unl, nttornpv. hu olitnlnaafrom \ Street Stark. Florlda. moot state the place
may West Call .
345 Florida Place XOTICK TO rnnniTrtnari.OIIIDA nny 1<11..1f'I..lrn. 0'1'' demand noten Com- with Florida State' Prison Ralford nnd i>est office aridresii o-f. the>
Service offices P".hR.ln original .
Internal Revenue tho tnte and file the ...
William Air l'orue Bate. eTATLT6KPOW3LL fllf l uliall be l void. Florida. Bid forms may be ae claimant. and mart be .orn :-
throughout !Florida accord ..*. IB. _: K...iH. of JUH.VII.. THR' FljORIDA NATONALit.iNK mh..I..n."III1A, nl 112.T> niothnmBulldlnir. rnlhounti'pf. Court tho Clerk on or of before the February abovotyled 10. cured from that office.. to by the claimant. Ma arrant or :,..'
mil to A. J. O'Donnell. Jr., district YOU"AUfcJ: HEUEBY NOTT-divorce D.rrn eA. SdFred OF IT..lACKSONVILT.E Tlio+npeon. Jr. By Aerverutor !! '!'RIIRh..ee oom. Florida.Tho 1989; otherwise. a Judgement R. V Turner. liln. attorney. or to It law will become ..::.
Mnnarer nccoraln
FLEDthat an action for In. ttw Court ntM CountyJudar the for Buelnaae void
airalnat you
director of Internal Revenue minor ", of the t.R"tVII andTrata.ment Commie Inn renerve" .. may b. entered 1-23 M. Schmltt. AamlnUr- ""
or HruiHorJ KI 12-5 Bt
nd cuHtmly: your County relief demanded !In the Com- Charles. .
PO- the
........, of JOHN K. rl.hto Dlrectorlde.Al of John .
child Im* hero filed 4'gI1ln..trou rlJn. In Pr. EixnouNvn or PetitionWltneaft rotor o-f the Estate 1
The booklet also known as and you are hereby required TO. AI.I. CnKl>ITOK3 AND {V9L[.. drreaeed. DF.I.T.. nRAHAlr'VU.I.'OX J. ulnlnt my bond and I the neat IY THE COUNTY 'rnON'S Frank. Wolclk. deoeaiad.E :"
serve n copy ot.your writtenitttvntem. pnnsoxs: !' HAVING CLAIMS on [.A2nNT1Y DaY'l.1 |t 2.U of Raid Court Oil the 80th day; 'Ol'n'r IN AYD FOR DR"'D. >i.r.n* F. Fhnw':
Publication 17. covers In detail 1C any, to It oM'rheron; DKMANDS) : AOA1N9T SAID ESTATE AND BARBER: of DepMnber, 1HI. FOllll (01'\TY I.hOfl1UA. lit West' Call Street .
A. Yawn, Jr., Attorney tor : P. O. I rnwr' JOn .ter AS iV FlarldaAltnrnev :
DARBY storks
the Federal Income tax laws .. C1iARLCiRRK Its A. PIt1111ATB 1\0.
Plaintiff. whose iiditrrx* IsDrndford You and ...a1I you are here In> .llIp. FlnrllAtt..may. /\ The In RE. for AAminlatrater I
.. In The Clrrnlt Court Ot : OP" SAID COURT.BY E.tata 0' JOHN FRA.NIC
as they apply to Individuals. It County Court Hou o. by notified and required to prevent for' rOCUIerFlral January. 18. Kliht JuilU-lnl Circuit Of Florida. : VIRGINIA F. DARBY AaFUPIST' tivnrriT:. D...reaeed. FIRST!' PUBLICATIONS Jane ...
contains many examples to Illustrate Sturke Florida and tllo the l iiny claim and d mnn<1> publication./ 4t 2.' la Anil For Bradford County.CIIN Clerk NOTICE: TO / ry !t., 1P69 -: .
I'lglnRl. with the! Clerk: of thu which or either of IDOL 1-19 .. RCDIPORte 1.9 ft 1.11t
how the laws apply.* (> you your N. 4IMI./ PUDLICATION: January All creditor of .....
actual situations. -----------------------------------.. car.err..rrrta..rrrrrr
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O'Donnell said the material I .
Is especially helpful( to taxpayers 1 I

new who, or tax have for problem.unusual those faced tax witha situations I I LEAN MEATY FRESH 1 II We sell only I i I

Examples of taxable and non. I I I

able tions taxable and are Income non Included.-alowablo]and A ot detailed deduce allow i U.S.O.A.- I


tax Index A special problems.helps pinpoint feature In answers the book to ; ; Choice'.JJ1J1; I I

let !Is the sample, filled-in tax: I
return. Form 1040. keyed to .
pages in the booklet where explanations II
can be found for the steaks FAIR
entries on the return. 11 beef 1j ;
The booklet may also be obtained I
from the Superintendent II I I "
of Documents U S. Government I II .'.
Printing! Office, Washington and roasts j 1

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Two woods fires were reported I II FAIR I :
In Bradford County during I 9OH :
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the past week, with 6.8 acres I I
burned. Since Jan. 1 there have CI. AGRICULTURE I FREE *I .V MMl TOO! III
been three fires with 14.8 acres i
burned as compared with one I I ,
fire and .2 acre burned during I I .
the same period last year. I S A V II I .
Rainfall In the county averaged L B U.S. CHOICE( I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY
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The Keystone Heights Woman's BINGO SESSIONS Ic IVIt

I Club will sponsor their annual Bingo has been resumed at

Camellia Dessert and Card St. William's Catholic Church

Party on Tuesday Jan :21, at on Friday evenings at 7:30: and rUss

1 p.m. In the clubhouse. at the American Legion Hall
The theme for this year's Highway; 21 north, oa Saturday )1)
will be "original bate.'*- of(
party evenings, at 8,
Players are requested :to trim HERE N' THERE IS

their!>> hats. Prizes torymost original Mrs Henry E. Magann of Top trophies at Key.loneHI"1, School's annual Awards Mike Murrhee,
-captala of the
most beautiful, and Jacksonville was a weekend Banquet went to three players: (from left) Jack Wtngate Captains Trophies INS Indians, presents ey

most humorous will be awardedby guest of her parents Mr. and Most Improved, and Best Bark; Mike Murrhee Most Valuable !Coach to Coach Roy Bayless (left, and hi.* assistant
Charles 1a
a panel of Judges.: Mrs George Schaeffer. Player; and Daryl Johnston, Best Blocker and Best Lineman. Newfon. Baylcss was also presented with a
Admission for this event will plaque and citation by the B
Miss Helen Dittmer is visiting Booster Club.
Dr.: And Mrs. A. C. Holt HonoredOn be $1 for each individual attend with her brother-lu-law and

Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary on ing.your Be sure calendar.to circle this. darts' sister mann., Mr. and Mrs.. Al Bach-: Awards Highlight Football Banquet f"! I

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB We were sorry to learn that

Dr. and Mrs. Albert C. Bolt also attended Park College Walter King, Safety Directorat Mrs Harold Sutton mother Presentation of awards to out
were honored on their: 60th the Clay Electric Coop here Player trophy. Mrs Oioria Murrhee, and Mrs.:
where she met her husband-to- passed away in Virginia last standing players during the suc- Doctor
wedding anniversary with a reception be, and they were married In in Keystone, was guest speakerat week. cp sft'l IhUil( football season war Coach Roy Bayless presented Joy Baker for their assistance New
by their the Woman's Club the trophies, and also( distributed during the year with the con JI(
given children Junior
Middleton N. Y. at Christmastime Mr. and Mrs Chuck Erlckson. the highlight of the annual A-
and monthly business meetIng letters to( all players who earned cession stand at football games, It
grandchildren great grandchildren :regular of C
In 1908. Chapel Kin N. were wards Banquet the
King's- major sponsored by them during the past season. and other Booster Club projects Dr. J. p, Salazar! Lake Butlerphysician Bit
on Sunday afternoon Dr. Holt's pastorates were in on Jan 9. Mr. guests last week of Mr. and Keystone Booster Club in the ,
Dec. 29, In the community Nashville, Tenn., where he received points concerned the safety Mrs. Charles Garber of Nelson's high school cafeteria Saturdaynight. He introduced the seven players ,Mrs. Sumpter 'also presented a has setI)) practice llqduring
church hall. Officers of the .his Doctor's Degree features Involved when motorists ) Point. Mr. Erictoson. Is Mrs. who Will be lost by graduationand plaque and citation to Coach morning hours in Keystone IU'
their seat !belts reviewed their contributionto ( Roy Bayless. HeigtiU at the office of
Church Women assisted In entertaining from used Garber's brother.
Peabody College. He was Jack Wingate, a junior, was the late Don Cllril tolk1'S,
Woman's Club Is the team during their high ,The main >
on this happy occas pastor for 25 years at the First The Junior Keystoners are glad to welcome doubly honored winning the speaker as Britt Dr. Salazar's office hours will
Piesbuterlan Church in Jacksonville busy this week coordinating back Mrs Mary Carew. school careers.! They are: Woody Skiivnnefe, University of Florida
ion.Mrs.. Roy Turknett greeted and traveled extensively plans tor the annual March of who was a former resident in trophy well for Mast Improved. Player Mason, John McGrath. Wayne football player, who stressedthe be: !9) a.m. to noon Monday; .
as as the one for Best Wednesday Thursday, and Saturday
at the door. The guest Dimes Drive to be held to Kuykendall, Daryl Johnston, Importance
guests In the U. S. and Europe with our community. She is now residing of the right
book, kept by Mrs. S. E, Mc. his traveling companion Dr. Keystone and area. Jan. 1825. in Massachusetts, but Back. Daryl Johnston, a senior., Thomas Hawes, Jeff Batts, and mental attitude in athletics, as and 10( a,in. to 1 p.m. on ,!.)
was another double being and 1
Kay and Miss Gertrude Houser, U. S. Gordon pastor of the Mrs. Clyde Ashton, publicity fitlll enjoys spending the winter winner Mike Muuhce. well as in meeting problems of Tuesday \ Friday
was placed on a table gracedby First Presbyterian Church chairman for the club, announced months visiting 'tier friends. InKeystone. selected as Best Blocker, Mrs. Ann Sumpter, president everYday life. The doctoIs also'; opcraUuz
and also Best the King Memorial Hc p.tal: In
small of pink sweet that the Keystone High ( Lineman. Mike of the Booster Club The (
a vase Gainesville. Mrs. Carew wolf be welcomed invocation and benediction -
heart roses. The color theme of Dr. Holt later (Joined the School cheerleaders will assist staying at the White :Feather Murrhee, also a senior, was gi'eists and expressed appreciation were prounouiiced by Lea- Lake Butler under a CUlltl'l1Ctwith

pink was carried out in the hall, teaching staff of .Montreal the club In this year' drive. Court. awarded the Most Valuable to Mrs, Georgia Murrhee, mon Ward. the Union County Coin-
m..s.1on.Bennett! .
where three refreshment tables College In North Carolina and. The girls will be stationed at Cmdr. D. SZabo and his

were each centered with a after seven years of teaching: he the intersection of Highways. 21 daughter Denise, were recent Gun Club Lease uM totj
punch bowl, flanked by silver retired from the Presbytery and and 100, on Saturday Jan. 18. visitors of Mr. and Mrs Casper ,

candelabras with pink tapers, became pastor of the Community Motorists will be stopped< and Brune and daughter, Bernice, 14 id
and an arrangement of pink'' Church, Keystone Heights asked If they would like to cOntribute of Keystone Club Estates. aaFrsrl li\

sweetheart roses. On the piano Dr. Holt's pastorate, and Mrs. to the 1969 March\ of Col. and Mrs. Jim ChessJng- Back On Aqenda \ cst'(U

was a large spray arrangementof Holt's' leadership in SpiritualLife Dimes. ton returned home Friday after T rt
pink roses with fern. Tiny The ladles .of the club will be VI.iflt.
work in the Church Women's a week's stay In Atlanta. Mrs
bridal cakes were decoratedwith crzanlzation were an inspiration canvassing on a door-to-door Chesslngton was happy to report ,
pink roses and other refreshments to the community. campaign) for the remainder of that her daughter Mae Of New CouncilThe

Included miniature They had the privilege of seeing the week. Ladles participatingin (Mrs. Jim Peterson) is recu- .

cakes, sandwiches, and sweetmeats the beautful new sanctuarybuilt this drive may be recognIzed perating after a recent automobile

while they were still serv- by their GO MOD. (March accident. Mrs. Peterson! and men's Club lease as approved

Mrs. Holt was gowned in a ing the church. A bronze plaquein of Dimes) buttons. her husband, Jim who flew in controversial gun club at a meeting between pilots and
!pale blue evening dress, with Dr. Holt's honor is embeddedin The next meeting of the Junior from Vietnam, are: expected to leave Issue flared briefly at sportsmen." The lease leferrsdto
(which she wore elbow length Woman's Club will be held Council's first meet-
the brick inner wall of the return to Keystone next week. Keystone by Watkins was one dating-
I gloves, and a of pink at. 8 p.m. Thursday. Feb. 33, in of the Tuesday
corsage sanctuary northex, and individual We were sorry to learn that Ing new year back to 1967. Neither the original
|sweetheart roses. wall plaques. for their the club house. Sheriff Jennings Sam Nickell Is a patient at the night then faded temporarily a> nor copy of this lease is on
Besides Dr. and Mrs. Holt, Murrhee, of the Clay County Councilman Roy Watkins with
home were presented by the V. A. Hospital In Gainesville. record in the city hall, accord
the receiving line was composedof officers and members of the Sheriff's Department will speak Hope that he will be home drew his motion to approve foi, ing to Clerk Vergle Homer,
their children, grandchildren church. on "Self Defense and Crime shortly a four year term "the Sports Wally Fordyce Immediateof G.
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and greatgrandchildrenabout The Holt family now numbers Prevention
45; in all. The ladies feel that this will
something over 60 descendants, Captain Robert Kromer Is expected 'YYYYY.YY.YYW 9yyyyyfMELROSE their brother Bill Roberson Joy Baker (left)
Mrs. Ray Farris was chairman be an Important presentation, ,Keystone Height's first woman oounc(1oman (
and it Is remarkable that In home from Vietnam tills:
I of catering for the recep their 60 years of wedded life and theretore have .opened this week. He is married to the former Mrs.Holiday Fred Abell guests of) Leo Mr. Kenny and In many years and Everett Fox: new council chairman: -

tion, and Mrs. Edna Williams there has never been a death. meeting to the public Nancy Sutton, daughter of and three children were of DODo are given oath nf office at Tuesday nlriit'a meeting 'i>y City.

of Melrose was in charge of From this union there were ROTARY SPEAKER Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton ot nelson, HI. Clerk Vlrple Homer.
flowers. The church ladies assisting three DISCUSSES NEW TAXES
sons. Albert A. Holt Keystone.MaJ. .
Mr .and Mrs W. C. Carr of
Nell Tucker, a Starke .accountant Rowe
at the punch tables were Duncan M. Holt, and Dr. David By Joyce,
Mrs. John HImble, Mrs. William was guest speaker at Jackson, Ga spent the weekend past president of the Keystone .
R. Holt U, and three daughters Owen Baker (Ret) la && &&& AA&A& && & & with her brother and sisterinlaw to the Council also approved a\ recommendation -
Walz Mrs. David Nelson, the Keystone Heights RotaryClub Aero Club, took exception
Helen Mrs. L.. G. Walker; happy to be at home with his Mr .and Mrs. Gerald Pappy motion, that the night .I
afternoon Jan. Watkins
I and Ftiday of
Mrs. Walter Grolick. As. on wording
Virginia; Mrs. T. M. Eatenza: family and friends after an extended enroute to Pompano Beach.! proposedin police ofticcv! be laired to $L73
10 He discussed "The New OBITUARIES that the lease
slsting In the receiving line and Anna stating
Ruth Mrs. W. J. stay in the NAS
followe&.by.: a Hospital saddened There were no Church ser not been approvedby per hour, fie! same rate as other -
were Mrs Myron Frevatt.J6r.:,' ,Eeay, TaxBs for 1968'i: \ Melrose was again 1967 had
r Mrs. Bessie M. ,Bowen, and Members of the Immediate c discussion of what JghouliTbaB1' ia.-Jacksonville hospital In Gainesville.Mr. and. the VA last week with the ;*':'.'dqatU-ct;gylcjea-Sunday...at, United Meth- the pilots, as stated. city employees.Mrs. .
' parentson has been quite sick. Severe at the meeting the ever present> I issue of the
assisting In serving were this occasion were Commander in the government's long and Mrs. Jim Andrew Arnold Tues- were In attendance
Misses Melanle Homer, Patty (Retired) and Mrs. L. 0. range plans. entertained friends with day at the University Hospital.He colds continue to plague manyIn when the 1967 lease was nuisance caused by "loosedogs"
a partyat assured by
McGlave, Patty McLean, and Walter, of Mr. Tucker stressed the Importance had lived In Melrose 25 !the community discussed. Fordyce acknowledged and was
Potomac Md. their
Mr. home
: Saturday .
Barbara Farris and Mrs. T. M Entenea ) of an Individual understanding on years and was a member of The Interlachen Junior-Senior tills was true, but said U !Mayor Ray Staines that he was
!Jacksonville evening honoring Mrs. Wharton's
Mrs Holt's one request on the new 10 pet cent the Church of Christ. Graveside High School Booster Club is was a small number and theY working closely with
; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. sister Julie, who cele-
this occasion was that prayersbe Eeay, charlotte, N. C.; Mr. and surtax. ;For this year, tile surtax brating her 21st birthday was services were leld Thursday In sponsoring the concession stand gave no( official sanction to the : ( on this problem
"We would like for eveiycmewho
offered will be approximately Melrose with for the basketball (tames that
by her son, Dr. David Mrs Albert M. : only Guests the Cemetery lease.
Holt Included
Jacksonville Julie's mother
Holt, and, her grandson ; Mr. and 7tt per cent since it did not go Mrs. R. Brother Eddie Smith officiating. are played at the School. They Councilman James Cook said wants a pet ta have cue,
Mrs. Duncan M. L. her
", Rev. James Keller, of Tallhas- Holt into effect until April In thepast Walker fiance Survivors included hs ate, Mrs. also sell programs at the In view of the fact that the but we expect them to take
Severna Park, Md., and Ray Crabtree of Mercer University of it and keep It from: becoming a
|,6ee, In thanksgiving and In Dr and Mrs. David a person earring. a net Minnie Arnold .of Melrose a games. Proceeds from the activities 1967 lease was not [available for care
Mr. and
R. Holt U Mrs. 2
Raymond other
; gratitude for: the goodness of of Columbia Mo. annual Income of $8,000 would Crabtree of Jacksonville and daughter, Mrs. Molly Braun. will be used for projects Inspection, the COlncwould! be a nuisance to
Si(God to their family and the normally pay 1380. With the Keystone Lake City, and three grandchil to help the athletic programs. acting on soni' tiling without people. t.ie Mayor said.
1 friends surtaxthis figure will be Heights Mr. and Mrs. Members of the Melrose Re. 'knowledge of it. Muhlhofer said he was doing!
["{ who so graciously honored new Bill dren. 3uflrient(' '
them. Light Bulb Sale Increased to 148350. With a Dowllng.: Eric Redfearn, Everyone was shocked Thurs- creation Club are practicing Walking said that a copy of what he could, but added
Preceding the reception, Dr. Set By Lions! net Income of $20,000 the tax Don Susan Dowllng Smith and, Herb Jim Nelson, day to hear of the death of Bill basketball and hope to have toile lca..e'u supposed to have "Don't ask me to go out and
\5 David Holt II was guest preacher ation will be !increased from Roberson who died of pneu- enough participation to form a been presented at Tuesday have people shoot I heir dogs be.

} at the morning worship. In For, This SaturdayMembers $4.380 to $4,708. Airman monia at the University Medi- women's and meu's basketball light's meeting (he did not say cause I will not do it."
told that Buddy Garbett son his team not available, how- Prior to organization of the
[ the Community Church. The Rotarians were of cal Center. He had spent that it was >
A private dinner party was of the Keystone they can expect a complete revamping Mrs. Herb Nelson left Sun- 44 years as a resident of Mel DUPLICATE BRIDGE ever, he withdrew his motion new council Mayor Stamen :

, [ enjoyed at the Holiday Inn In Heights Lions Club will con- of taxation to be Instigated day morning for a new assign- rose and was employed): by Clay Winners last week of the upon suggestion of the new paid tribute to some 30 clubs

, f; Starke. duct a light bulb sale this Sat- this year, and to go In ment with the Air Force ta Electric. He was a member of Melrose Woman's Club Duplicate council( chairman. Everett Fox, and organizations in the Key

"' Dr. Holt was born in a surbuib urday morning in the Keystone effect in 1970.Rotarian California. the United Methodist Church. Bridge Club were: Mrs. that the matter be delayed until stone Heights area and cited

i | of Kar.-as City, Mo, wherehe Heights area. Proceeds will be Lon Rushton was Funeral services were held J. B. Coleman and Mrs. F" T. the February meeting. the important part they play in
attended public school and used for the Sight ConservationProgiam :program chairman for Friday'smeeting. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Booher. Saturday at the Melrose Meth- Hogue 1st place; Mrs. C. W. Following a wrap-up! of old the life of the community Mostof

Park College (Presbyterian), conducted by the Mr. Rushtcn !Introduced parents of Mrs Don (Morgan, odist Church under the direction Hardy and Mrs R. P. Vogh business, the council organized the organizations were iviuu-

I from which he graduated and Lions. Mr. Tucker who la alsoa castle returned to their home in New- of William-Thomas Funeral 2nd place; Mrs. A. V Bannisterand for the new ;jcur, electing Fox sented at .the meeting by ,one

received an A. B. and a Mas- Max Mooneyham, chairman Rotarian and member of the week., Pa. Thursday of last Home. Burial was In the Mrs. C. Heptlnstall. 3rd miaulir.ovnly as chairman. or more officers, who were I Introduced ]

ter's degree. of the sale, said that club members Starke City Council. He is the Melrose Cemetery. place; Mrs Roland. Bryan and Standing' committees were appointed and commended by

Mary Ackerly (Mrs Holt> was will be calling from doorto eon of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mr Survivors Included his widow, Mrs. J. P. Vose, 4th place. by the Pew chairman the Mayor.
born in a small town a few door Saturday morning, and Tucker of Lake Brooklyn of Lake and (Mrs. R. L, Bridge: Mrs. Edna Rldaught Roberson; WOMAN'S CLUB as follows: In other action the Council:

miles from New York City, She the coopciation. of the public la DUPLICATE BRIDGEThe guests of Geneva, were house a daughter Hazel; four sons, The Melrose Woman's Club Streets and Parks: Cook, Heard Councilman 'Fox report
asked Duplicate Bridge Club, Helmy of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Billy, Marshal Dale and Buster held it's first meeting for the chairman; Baker, Watkins that the city and the State Road

sponsored by the Keystone ly. Augusta Ga. recent all of Melrose, two broth- new year Wednesday.: Finance and Law: Wman, Department are cooperating in

Woman's Club, meets every era, 0, H. Roberson of Mel Members were urged to attend chairman; Baker, Cook. work to improve Highway 21

Monday evening at 7:30: in Mr. Bridges spent last weekon bourne, and Oscar of Port Or- the District 5 Workshop Safety: Baker, chtfiman; aprons along Lakevicw Drive

the clubhouse. These sessionsare business In Atlanta, and then ange; five sisters Mrs. Beulah meeting being held at the Inverness Winans, Watklns.Ahpoit (south.)
opened to the public. drove to Birmingham Perry, Mrs. Alma Price, Mrs. Woman's Club Thurs : Watkins chairman; Granted permission to the
Last week's winners were as weekend visit with a Merle Hlnnant, Mrs. Nell Ross, day, Jan. 16. Cook, Winans Woman's Club to use the muni-

follows: First place with liVe law and daughter, Mr.his and son-s Mrs. Mrs Ann Stephens, all of Melrose The President called a Boardof Other appointments:! : City Attorney cipal building! for exhibits during

points Mr. and Mrs. Hardy; Hill Brannon, Jr. On Monday of and three grandchildren. Directors meeting for Tues Berwick An e '3.J'.; ';.t! KOP Week in July.

second place with 8Vi points this! week Mr. Bridges and;Mr. Our deepest sympathy to the day at 2:30: p.m. Judge, Fremont Tolles; Clerk, Received a citation from Cpl.
Mrs. Anna James and Jim Brannon families of these two men. Hostesses for the meetingwere Virgie Homer (with & fIt percent Jimmy Wright, of the Florida
went to Stuckey, C. Mrs. Harriet Williams Highway Patrol, for having no
Fox; and third place with 8 to quail PERSONALSMr.
go hunting with
points, Mrs. Arnold Larsen and from Minnesota. and Mrs R. M. Cason Mrs. F. R. Cole, Mrs. Carl raise): Police Chief Walter traffic fatalities within the city

Mrs. Joseph Dey. have returned to home following Hagglund, Sr., and Mrs. E. H. Muhlhofer; Fire Chief, Ed in 1UG7.

ti tluee week visit with their Harned.
TEEING OFF: son-in-law and daughter, Mr. The next meeting will be held

e w e .. Winners" of the "Ham Tour- Indians and Mrs Cecil Harris, In We-. Wednesday, Jan. 22, with Mr. NURSERY -
nament, sponsored by the laka. and Mrs. Huel S. Holloway as KEYSTONE

tournament committee of the Lost 75-49 Mrs. Catherine Griffin spent guest speakers. They will tell O.C. Nursery

Keystone Golf Club, were as follows three weeks In Princeton, W. about their trip to British Columbia
: Vonclle Ketch and Joe Canada and Alaska and Roy 100 I1orallome1511..
To Greenville Va. with friends and relatives.Capt. ,
Stock Thousands of
Petrock, low gross; Eddie Pro- Robert A. Kromer has will also show movies. HEIGHTS Nursery -

tapowicz, low net for men's division returned to his home In Green VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. Plants Si Fruit Trees to choose:

I ; and Velma Meazen and Greenville rolled to a 75-49 Cove Springs after spending a The Annual meeting of the from Shade Trees, Evergreen
II I Vesta Aiken tied for low net in victory over Keystone Heightsin year In Vietnam. He joins Melrose Volunteer Fire Depart- DIRECTORY LandacajM Plants In containers.

I the ladies division. the KHS gym last Friday his wife Nancy, and children, ment will be held Tuesday Jan. CAMELLIAS A AZALEASLet

On January 19, the club will night, leaving the Indians witha who have been living there 21, at 7:30: pm. in the Episcopal u. Do Yow Landtt.la*
have their first Sunday tournament 5.3 record In the current while he has been gone Capt.. Parish House

1 for UM new :rear TJxJa will basketball season. Kromer Is. the son of Brig. The agenda will Include the RABY'S AUTO USED CARS

be "a Husband-Wile Seat-Ball The foul-plagued Indians were Gen. and Mrs. Philip F, Kromer nomination and election of officers
for 9 holes, with a covered-dish outscored by Greenville in ret,) and directors for 1969. SERVICE

What Place Could be Safer dinner following In tie club- every quarter, giving up 29 Mr. and Mrs. Billy Roberson Area residents are reminded Complete Auto Hanks Used Cars

bouse. points from the charity line that there Is a division of responslbllty Repairs
To Keep Valuables than a Bank recently became the parents of Air BIG CASH DISCOUNT
FIRE DEPARTMENT Conditioning Repairs
Earl Murray led the winning a baby girl. Mrs. Edna Rober- between the Melrose
The regular monthly meeting visitors with 28 points, 10 of son paternal grandmother and Fire Department and the State & Automatic Transmission
of the Keystone Volunteer Fire which came from the foul line. Mrs. Ada Roberson Is paternal Forestry Service.: The fire de- Service BUY SELL TRADE

Department was :held on Tuesday eat- partment la equipped to fight RT. I, BOX MHwr.
andmothft'. PHONE 473-4404
Bank Is Box
At Our there Safety Deposit in
a a
evening Jan. 7. Za the ab- Jeff Batts Nell building fires while the Forestiy lie. 8 Miles S. Starts
was high scorer for Mrs. Rosa has returned Little Lake Bedford
needs. that
size to fit your Rest assured Your sence of President Redfearn.
Service Is basically
Keystone with 19 points, while home after several weeks InMurfeeeboro equipped
Valuables are completely Safe when you leave Vice-president Weir presided Sandy Grayson scored 15. Tenn. where she to fight brush fires. CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST

them in Our Modern Vaults. over the meeting. Thirteen visited her son and daughter- To report any kind of fire BEAUTY SHOP

members were! present. The varsity boys had a Test In-law Rev. and Mrs. Glen call 473-2005 and describe Ita THAT ALL Yowl

KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember First Aid: Officer Fox reported) Tuesday night as the girls team Mlngledorf, and family. Her son nature. The department will KEYSTONEBEAUTY 'CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
nine ambulance calls and seven saw action against Bunnell, losing accompanied her home and notify the State (Forestry Service THE BEST FROM
fire calls In December their game 49 to 29. The should their cooperation be SHOP
a couple of days here.
FJ>J.C. Keystone Height Flu..
Fireman Dick BunderUnd reported girls now have a 4-3 record for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rober- needed. Edward's Building

Your Friendly Bank In Your FriendlyCommunity. that the New Year the season to date. son of Port Orange and Mr. About 600 resIdents are receiving EDITH JOHNSON, Owner
party was a complete uecesB: This Friday night the varsity and Mrs O. H. Roberson of protection. from the Personal and Creative Hair Styling Supply, Inc.
and was enjoyed by: the members boys and B team play Branford Melbourne visited relatives !Melrose Fire Department, but Every' Form of Beauty
and their guesU. there here and attended the funeral 'Culture Tue6tt. 9-4; cloaedMonday TM S. MaJm XTSOMOAD4S8VILLC.

I Continued On Next Pace :. FLA.

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ryvyvy vy.........W.r following Christmas (holidays with relatives I
octal commltteee.
I -- ----------... Dow. and appreciates visitor "Many a man who neglectshis PAYROLL KNVKLOrBtt.with .
which members will in Western Springs. 111.,
games. for Mrs.: Floyd Koona left early .
friends to make a name or without carbon nn| -
I provide Inexpensive prizes. and Chicago. Last summer her this week for extended visit
am for himself is when Bradford ('ollnlsTele..pIa..
MELROSE VOICE of iheSPORTSMAN EASTERN STAR son. Roger Montgomery. and surprised
with relative LOB
In the Angeles
his Ph ...-.1...
Initiation ceremonies were family of Spring Lake and Jacksonville area. friends! tell him what the

\ 11A&AAAALAAAAAAAA4AA1 conducted at the January 7 started to drive to LEGAL FORMS. Brad. name is. ."-Dale Hold-

By Joyce Bowe Chapter meeting bY' Worthy Illinois and Wisconsin. They ford Telegraph.- ridge, The Langford (S. D.) EXPERT
i County
By MIKE CHITTY r.c... !Matron Paddtt Giirle. Worthy met with an accident In South _:au 1e1__
Phone 475-2171 Patron Hector' Ownbey and the. Georgia eo Mrs. Krueger and -
[From Preceedlng Page w,________________________ ., Star officers. fftoUowlng the one granddaughter went on by W W-M HMMMHMHHHMHMMM
business meeting members> adjourned plane. This trip was most successful -
only about 250 make the nominal to the banquet hall except that 14 inches of Starling Farm Supply REPAIRING,

contribution of $8. The Bad news! Those fish are etUI Thursday.Friday and Saturday where refreshments were eerv- snow in Wisconsin preventedtheir
funds are urgently needed to ed by Mrs. Ruby Reed. chairman visit there. Mrs. Krueger LUGGAGE
messed up fellows. Although and they: caught 18 bass despitethe MOVING TO NEW LOCATIONOFF
meet maintenance and operation Houston expects her brother Royal
: Mr. and Mrs.
this probably looks like rerunof weather.: Customers justdon't HANDBAGS
costs Insurance and cost of Shultls. and wife of Sun Prairie. SOI
Driscoll and Mrs. Lois Walker. NORTH BEHIND TASTEE-FREEZ
last week. it's not. The weather come: around en days CONVENIENTLY
Improvement of equipment. The January 21 meeting will be Wis. for their winter visit
has put up a rotten performance ,we had last week. One exception
Payment should be made to LOCATED
when the offiCers soon.
Advance Night MUST
again, and the fish ustaren't to this rule was Dick Sodowskl, REDUCE STOCK
Ralph A. Stevens
or atChlapplnt'a advance one station in the Mrs. Irene Schrlener is recovering STARKE PLAZA
Gulf doing much at all. Even ,who was rewarded for being
Station. of the Order from her accident but
though I've heard the fish! are brave. He and (Roy went out program BARBER SHOP
Also of Interest to Melrose PERSONALS still has a cast on :her right BUY NOW AND SAVE
In local lakes, I'm and caught 7 bass that STARKE
area residents: A fully equip biting. acme Sunday, Mrs. Esther Krueger of White foot. She la able to be at home
ped ambulance; for emergencyuse r.ali: :! I haven't seen any evi weighed 20 pounds even In all Feather Court. enjoyed the

only, Is operated by quail.. dence. And I know that they're that cold( weather. ..-

fled volunteers of the Keystone not jumping in the boat a.s the :My brother, Waynet' and some

Heights Volunteer Fire Depart. swing goes in, Santa Fe. Even friends went Duck hunting Saturday

ment. This Is much closer than Lochlo lSa, which lies always morning and killed S.

Gainesville. tarke, or Palatka. been ahead cf Santa re. as fax Well. as I told 'you' before.

and may save minutes neededto as spawning ioes.isn't produc- the news is scarce. In fact, that's COMING SOON 6th J'

save a life. Service may .to ing many catches. I guess we'd itt So, until next week. "Good

obtained by calling the Key. just as well face it, until this bye, and good luck!" ,. -.
stone Heights Volunteer Fire weather changes a little, and \

Department 473-4321. Give your settles down, there's just not Valves Low Low Prices

.name and accurate directions many fish going to be caught. NEWS NOTESBy Big
to the location of the emergen. Griffin's Lodge (east shore ,

cy. Send someone to the main Sar.ta Fei reported a bad week Helen Egan

road to direct the ambulance due( to the lousy ''Weather. However ( Cobia
driver to the exact location. there was some BaM Evinrude Motors BoatsLarge

There Li a charge for the service brought in. Roy Griffin went out

payable to DeWitt C. Jones alone Wednesday, and brought In COMMUNITY% CHURCHThe
Funeral Home which provides six. He guided Mr. Redmondand monthly meeting of the Purchase Direct from Manufacturer Off Season Savings will Be, Passed on to youl

: and maintains the ambulance.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyVyyYVVV Church Women's Executive

2 ... daughter of Guyton:' Ga., Board the president was held(Mrs.January Roy 6 Turk-with flt5aKSr: I St.

: INDIAN BEACHLake Mr.were and visiting Mrs. George her grandparents Ellis over nett business.presiding Mrs. Raymond Prior to official Star- SOUTHERN MARINE :: : : ::

the weekend. flea chairman of the special

( Bant P..) Sam and Dorothy Butler and program :honoring couples married

By Michael n. CUlttyTo. : son, Charles Henry of Ormond over 50 years, outlined

475-2171 Beach, spent! Sunday, with Mrs. plans for this event. There are

Jo Strandherg. of the Community
about 12 couples
..A4Ai.#.4... kAAA-AAAA Mrs. H. T. Smith spent last Church congregation

Greetings friends and neighbors \week in Jacksonville. with her who have been married over

from your "back to nor daughter, Mrs. TchlaMcGriff.. 50 years and will reaffirm their

mal" rolling- reporter. Yes Mrs. Smith's slstr:! Mrs. Ruby vows In: the church sanctuaryon

friends, it's true everything is Wolfe who has been living with January 30. Mrs. Starnes is

just about bark to normal again her returned from a visit with general chairman and will be

now. I'm finally getting the days ': I' r.iili\ : ui i.tfv..1.! Ga. assisted by Mrs. Leon Milner

straightened cut once again, andit Mike; Trilliman! of Jackson as co-chairman. The reception -- I USED VACUUM cle lDe.. reConditioned -

I looks as If we may just make ville, and Dell Schanz of Plains- which follows will be> hosted bya $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue

It after all. Our weather Is running i,. ,: i.'i!' i,. ..,.. .:4 into: the committee of three Mrs. S. If you find your name taamg. the Classified Ads, J name brand to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
Lanier cottage, and are attend E. Kennedy Mrs. Myron Pre- Parts A Excellent repairs alt
pretty well on course now,
Fire llomeownersLIFE
and it looks more or less like & ing college: in Gainesville. Dell vatt, and Mrs Al Nelson. A rehearsal come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO makes. KIRBT SALES ASKRVICE -

holidays. and Is scheduled for January 712 N. Main. Oainea- & ACCIDENT
home for the
fairly average Winter. FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre Or 301 Drive
We Chlttys weren't too active his family brought him down. 23 at 7:30 p.m. yule 376-7110. tfchg Keystone Heights 473-4692:

last week although we did do a and stayed n fiw days. !The general meeting of the Theatre Passes In.
Well friends. it looks likeOvl's Church Women was held at 7:30: easy
little visiting. My parents.; James nl> 'lit it for another wee*. r>.m. on January 6. Following ___u____ own a Longehamp Home? WANTED USED das cook
and Cricket, G.r.ndmother Copeland theCievotIon ls led by Mrs. INSURANCE Better built for FMrfda liv stove or electric, refrigerators,
It seema: as If everyone is staY"Ing New Innersprings
and I 'visited; Wayne and !
cold and Milner Mrs. Frank Hgen show AT REDUCED!: BATES ing. Your plant or ours beds dinette sets, bedroom
Hersey ( cousins) home out of the CLASSIFIED AD RATES I and Box Springs
Peggy my I
and Your lot or ours. Contact Bu sofas and chairs. Phone
So I ed a film on church unity AUTO, FiRE BOAT : sets
ovoId the flu. ,
Monday night in T h c re s a a. trying to .and may women's work. Regular business Up to IS words ____.. 1.25 Drop TJ. A Ord or Call DOYLE: : E. CONNERNSVRA.NEE ford Mitchell phone &84. 964-7923. Dahmers. tfchg
I'll "So Ions
say PALATKA EA 5-9166
moved their gus
where just
they've and a financial report on (Minimum charge) I ACUENCItfchjc 6853. P. O. Box 238, Starke.
trailer home. on their lot. The the good l Lord: bless and keep which MRS. PEGOY SHALLERV !: tf." MEN WANTED Men cottage
the of the bazaar
Hrl'.eysc:.:: also visited by you( all." Now here's Leeon netted about $2,000, completed Eapch word over IK __ .07 I ) E. AdMiu St. parents ag3 over 21. Startingpay

Peggy's parents) :;, Roy and Tee. the Furniture Repaired $293 month: promotion opportunities -
nlc Crcr.sliaw and children .of I.REOX'S: COURSER MEETING program.: CHANGES Extra charge If not Upholstered &: Refinished PUMPSNEW JIMMY MOORE'S = and regular Increases
"Olc Jack Frost"! paid In advance __. .35 in 8 hour day 5
Gainesville. Wednesday afternoon Due to inclement weather, MATTRESSES REBUILTHASTINGS SUN SPORTS pay.

we weio visited by my Ole JacX) Frost t is back, considerable illness and the Startm. Agent AND USED day week, sick! leave vacations

aunt and uncle. Clara and James He's cr pt nivjnd; and ,*!et In. date of Jan. 20 'being Inauguration Memorials, Resolution MATTRESS SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep MOORE BOAT rOB state retirement. If interested

Sullivan, and grandson Lamar Yr.; the ola man's back. Day the circles of the 7 cent. per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS & Shallow Wells YOUR MONEY please apply in person Personnel\

Stcgall of Wilhston who were U'o live' with us again. church have curtailed or changed 710 Lemon St. Palatlat Water Softeners & Filters Starke Ph. 664B791SPECIAL Manager Sunland Training Cen

supper guests. Wednesday mornIng their meeting times. Please Fxpert Service On ter. Gainesville. Fla. tfchg

I visited another uncle and settles dowi.ftc' note: the circles of)f (Mrs Walter CARDS OF THANKS All Makes
.1.nunl i: '<''.< iiiic'i Ci.:. .Ie I:: 1-1.Ids nand Grollck, 'Mrs. William BeamSr. SO words ., 55HP Evinrude Selectramat1e.aU ,
less 3.00
really covers the land.: or Plumbing Service writer Stands, Desks, Chairs,
daughter Mrs. Faye Hamll- the place ., and Mrs. Charles Wallenlus MARYCARTER controls & 2 tanks $849.
Jack moves over Phone 964-7061 Safes. Bradford County
ton .of Gainesville: while! my hand. have cancelled their meetIngs : Each word over 50 __ .07
Like n great and mighty Telegraph
mother and my grandmother attended Mrs. David Nelson's Circle -

to banu* business. Thursday will meet at 9:30: with Mrs. AND SUPPLY CO. '
FOR SALE Nice 2 bedroom
Jack is a nasty olc fellow.He I FOR RENT TV sets. baby
night, my parents. visited messes!' up your plans. Robert Dodd Mrs.\ Kelly Or'cceon's home with carport. beds, electric guitars and amplifiers ED WAINWRIGHT
Rev. and Mrs. Joe Fulford in morning circle will meet FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE
Located Fenced Corner Lot.
And when go outsldp, on refrigerators by day, AGENCYFor
Waldo. Father went to school you at 9 a.m. with Mrs. J. A. Williams. Call 964-6464 ready for occupancy. J bedroom
Jack loves to sr.aw on your week or month. Phone 954- All Your
with will meet at 2 bath. Located Just
with Joe in Bo.iifayand: Rebeccas Bill .Powell PAINTS 7923. Dahmers. tfchg
Joe's wlfr.: Jar.oplc In West JuiicU.. :; their usual time of 8 p.m. with Real Estatein outside of city llmlti in Insurance NeedsSpecializing

Bay, and Panama: City. Joe Is Mrs. Thomas Gregory. Mrs. S. the Starke Plaza Pinebreeze. Easy monthly FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick in

the Pastor nt Waldo Methodist Ole Jnck will nibble ycur nose, E. Kennedy's Circle is still BUY SELL TRADE 102 .E, Itrrwnlev SI. terms. Longchamp Const Co. home, central heat and air condition Mobile Home Insurance

ChuiTli. Thry'v! been living in Hi- just loves to chc'v on those undecided. Contact Bi f oi'd MlU'ncU, conveniently located, un- Ph. Starke 964.6818FOR

WaUla for two years, and we cars. FELLOWSHIP CLUBAt NEWDoItYourself pone 964-6853 P O. Box furnished. $130 per moth. 323
And if you ever were! to cry, KEY TO 93* tfnb-
just learned ti Is news last the January 9 covered dish Flt.arke N. Walnut St. Inquire at premises -
Knowing li'm' he'd fresze your of the Fellow Living RENT 3 bedroom home.
luncheon meeting
Thursday in n Utter from another or call Starke
old) lricnd-u: Mobile, Ala.it's tcnrs.: ship Club, a new slate of off! House POSTED SIGNS: Treated to 9647753.tfchg Call 964-5413. tfchg
withstand weather- 20c each
c: ; ,
sure funny ha'thIngs hap cers. new idea, and renewed
rascal will kin the fruit i $2.25 doz. Special price on largo SEWING MACHINE Cleaned Applyin
That interest in the aims of the club \ ,
like that, bit It?
pen person Longhorn Restaurant,
er quantities. Bradford County
''Mr. and Mrs. Ccker and sons trees, were initiated. riTHE Sell or RentFurnbhed oiled and adjusted in your 301 South. Good salary. tfchsr
of Jacksonville ipc.it last: Sunday And IIP'A! really murder on Forty-three members regie SEAMLESS Telegraph. tf home, 83.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs :

with their uncle\ aacl! aunt. Mr. fie\\vers. tercd for the meeting, which i or Unfurnished No. 768 Modern 3 Br. CBS also. All work guaranteed. i FOR RENT Unfurnished 3

and Mrs. Owen Bryant.Mrs. :He makes those ijor: little was also the time for paying home on paved road. 20 level Dennis E. Coggins. Phone 431- BR house at Kingsley. Mrs. Fu-
c children dues Following luncheon out Mitchell FLOORING 1428. tfchg 5332209.
phone tfchg
Helen Walker! of Jacksonville acres, Just $18.000 and 15% quay
Stay inside for hours and hours. going president Ethel Weyman Phones
was: a I
completed old business of the LABEL MAKERS from
of her brutlll.lula'oV and! sister 964.6760 No. 559 50 acres part Improved Machines for sale alec
commended the out- 13.95- Bradford County Tele
But he won't\ be hel e too long club
Mr. and Mrs. D.V.; Carpenter. WE pastures $230 acre. tries: .ubtractlon. credit bal
have been MAKE rraph. Ph. D64-630S.
officers who
Thursdayin Because: one finu\: .\lh1l1JilPda.y.. going
MM. C.iiprntcr spout No. 624 Rural area 2 Br. ance. Bradford County Talegraph. -
faithful in their servce to
Jacksonville! tuMng! care of The Sun will came back bright BUY SELL TRADE tf
(: club. She Introduced Mrs. modern cottage. 1 acre lot with SPINET PIANO for sale here.
and \vnnn.:
some business. Thomas Norwood chairman of Bill Powell KEYS plenty of large oak, trees for Local person of good credit
Mr. and Mrs. D-ircll Nease And\ run ole Jack ay,d y, Real Estate WANTED USED WRINGER
the nominating( committee for a shade. Only $5.500.STROUT may assume low monthly pay-
washer: Will pay cash or take
Call 9646464in
REALTY ments. Full price, $345. Write
slate of officers for 1969. Mrs.
in trade anything. Dahmers
Noiwood had the secretary the Starke Plaza MEN WANTED Laundry :2117 N. Tempi Ave. Dlcaunt House.: tchg Credit Manager. 1708 Indian

GAINESVILLEBusiness Mrs. Julius Hanson read a let workers Kitchen aids laborers Starke. Fla. Woods Drive Neptune Beach

ter of resignation: from Gordon TRAILER LOTS cottage parents, watch Ph. 964-6609 FOR SALE -chIcken fertilizer, Fla. 32233

Baker nominee for President, man, cooks and clerks ground- lime and dotemlte. Clean out
in which he said that other interests LAKE ACCESS keeper: truck: driver. Five FOR SALE-2 bedroom house, and spreading service. We de HOUSE FOR SALE by own

and obligations made it day week eight hour day. rise nelyhborhood. EJec. Range liver. W. B. Woods, 475-46fl5.! e-: Brick three bedroom. two
Directory necessary for him to withdrawhis $15 Month State retirement, vacations, rnd Gas Heater. Phone () Melrose. 4tp 1-16 tats! wall ta wall carpet. Located .
name. The name of Mrs. Lake Lots $2500 Up sick leave. If interested please at Pinebreeze subdivision.Call .

-. William Beam Sr. was then -Investment Properties. apply In person Personnel BEAUTIFUL Waterfront furnished 964 6885 C. H. Caldwell.ltp.

AUTO SALES MEN.S WEAR placed in nomination and unanimously S. E. McKAY Manager. Sunland Train- FOR RENTTurnished small 2 heated cottage. Ideal,

accepted. The following !- Ing Center. Gainesville.! Fla. bedroom house 434. Jefferson ccuple. No children. Brown Rt. FOR SALE Small family

BRASINGTON nominees were presented Realtor-Appraiser tfchg Street Starke.! convenient to shop 1. Box 361. Kingsley Lake. Ittxhg house. one
Living room, two bed-
STAG 'N RAG : 1st Vice President A. P. Keystone Hts. 473-4816 ping 'area. $55.00 .,..er month. kitchen
Cit flhI.LAC-OLDSM0BILE rocm. modern bathroom -
Hallman: 2nd Vice President.Mrs. RENTALS NEEDED Furnished Call Mel"cse l 475-5276. tfchg HAY For Sale 75c per bale.J. .
SALES & SERVICE 5lanler: Blacker Costs Mary Wilcox( ; Secretary or unfurnished. St"out W. Gasklns. Rt. 2 Box 93, front and back semienclosed
FIne Selection 0' Used Cars Arrow Realty 2117 N. Starke. Phone 964-5130. tfchg porches. One acre of
Dress Shirts Mrs. Carolyn Bickford; Treas FURNISHED Temple Ave., FOR RENT- nicely furnished;
Taken On Cadillac Trades Puritan Sweaters urer. Julius Hanson; and Corresponding 4 Room apartment Starke. Fla. ((904)) !ilfi4-6fiV l ( > 2 bedroom house. Reasonable. ground. Call 964-5605. 3tp 1-30
200t S.W. 13tb Ph. 318-5301 Private entrance. Adults STARLING FARM SUPPLY
Peters Jackets Emily Phone Call
Secretary. Mrs. 224 964-5884 or 570 W. TWO
Ladles Sportswear Ison. 6149. W. Lafayette. Phone 964- BAIRD St. itdhar moving: to new location off 301 BUSINESS LOCATIONSON
CRANE 2t 1-23 N. behind Tastee-Freeze. Must CALL STREET
Mrs. Hanson on behaU of the
COl.N.\IERCURY: Z STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY membership> presented Mrs. Mobile Homes LEGAL FORMS. Brad. Reduce Stock Buy now and 138 East Call St., and 114 West

Authorized !Sale; 5 !Service; and GAINESVILLE MALL Weyman with a gift of a wallet 1Miller-Brown NEW ford Coun'y Telegraph. Ph. save. 3tohg 2-30 Call St.. in Starke. Masonry
and USED
Buildings. Suitable for businessor
220J N MaIn Ph. 372-4373 and money on 'her retirement 964-6305.
MOBILE HOMES from duties as president, which __ 8-10-12' Wide HORSE SHOEING and Hoof offices. Rent or Sale. Call

Crane Imports she has performed faithfully Good Quality UNITED FARM Agency Reg. Trimming. Quarterhorse colt A. J. Thomas, Realtor. Tel.

ever alert and untiring in her '-. !! !! Reasonably Priced Real estate brokers are lookingfor fir sale. Bob Worth, Phone 964- 964-5701. it
MUSTANG .g1lllr"O'Volkswagen qualified persons! to enter 7925.
,. Volvo MG Austin Healey efforts toward the welfare and Itp
GOO E. University GaInesville happiness of each member. Gainesville 378.2785 the real estate profession: in or FOR SALE: Zenith Console 23"TV

officers Serviced Guaranteed and near Starke. Whether you are like new $100. Apartmentsize
Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes I The new were pre
f.' nc_ sented to the membership and Delivered in Starke Area already a licensed salesman: or BALDWIN gas range, extra clean $35.

4 ELECTRIC MOTORS CalnelVWe' DlacOIUII MaUe. installed by Mrs. Weyman. Mrs. New'& Used I.f/) NO EXTRA COST broker or wish to become one PIANOS ORGANS Call 964-7261. :!tp 1-23

: WllUam Beam Sr. was handedthe Sales Service with a business of your own -
. Home Sales 1M. 'WI US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th CHOId OP THE ARTISTS' LABEL MAKERS from
gavel and announced that 'we Invite yo'Jeinquiry' Contact
ELECTRIC NEW MOON CAPEI1A.s Gainesville!! 378-2785 $9.95- Bradford Tele-
, Low as 1100 Down she would endeavor: to carryon 1 MI. North of Tire Mall I R. W. Ooddard. P. O. Box 186. .'C41ham MUSICc1 raph. Ph. County

! Motor Repair Co. 320 N. W. 131b 311-U4t the programs of the club in GAINESVILLEFOR FOR RENT-.Fiiwiished: 3 bed- I Euatls, Fla._32726. Itp 964-6305.
the fine traditions set by her G'ville:; Shopping Ctr. :372-3333
! Furniture Tops WladowsOf room farm house. Phone 064- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom houpse.
! Gainesville, Inc. Windows AW1WIc predecessors.It 6937. tfchg HOME REPAIRS Carpentry, partly furnished; 3 acres land.

? Repairing Rewinding 118 N. W. Il&b 312.11.1 was announced that Mrs. house attractively painting: no Job too small. Free FOR RENT: TV sets baby : $60 :per month J.
' RENT: 2 BR F. Lavender -
Authtry Vance underwent surgery FOR SALE 1-38 S & W Special estimates.! Call Starke< 964-6401.
New and Used _ _ _ furnished, at Kings- b.ds. elec. guitars, amplifiers, :: Rt. I, Box 150-L. Lake
in Alachua General Hospital p'-tol, $60.00; 1 steamer trunk 2tp 1-J3
t W. 16&h Ph. :J7Z-S.UI
SEWING MACHINES and is recovering nicely. ley Lake Lake privileges. $3.00. Phone 964-5743. Itp rc'rljerators: : day or week. DA. Butler Fla. Hwy. 100, 10 miles
t Call Mrs. Klncald. LABORERS WANTED Permanent HMER'S 964-7923. tf-chg west of Starke. Itp
GARDEN PUPPLlE :Mrs. Carolyn Bickford was confined 9647831.tfchg
FOR RENT _Furnished apartments position. All
at home with flu Mrs.
National Sewing good location. Also benefits. Minimum starting CHRISTIAN Lady wanted to live ATTRACTIVELY furnished
". Johnson & Fans I Harriett Bickford stood in for
nc_ EXCELLENT Opportunity to in and care for handicapped bachelor apartment. Air
Machine Co. In her at the installation. Mrs. house in country. Reasonable. rate 185. Age 18-43. Apply con
Complete Un. of c. own and operate family discount -' $75.00 monthly plus ditioned and
prsor. vented
Mary Wllco Had a death in W. H. Nollman. tfchg Southern Wood P !'ervlril'C ;. heat. 337
SEEDII-PLANTS- shoe store. Ne experIenceneces.sary. Baldwin: Fla. 8 a.m.to 4 p.m. rem and board. Call 964-7140. N. Walnut. Gladys Harrington
Pratt New Home Neicev.ed her family and Mr. NeD Gray
IJuecUcldPet SuppilosPUTh.IZERS We will train. Minimum LOST-White Male Colley wtth 2tp 1.23
s" R.......... son has been Quite ill. 2tchq t.43 tfchg
investment. All merchandise brown Child's Answers
: spots. Pet.
Th* January 23 Game Day
Saisa Repair AU Makes
'We Rent FertUlaer 8preadel'8' 6\.1\ W. University, m..uss. will 6e .held at 1:30 p.m. in St. .supplied on consignment. to name Tadpole. Lost WOODS ROTARY MOWER for WILL BUY: Used Appliances, WANTED: Used WringerWasher. -
Inquire Shoe Division P. O. last in Farmill Clubrt1 condition. Furniture: TV's, Stereos anything Will
811 NW. ilk Pb. 112-04'7' Anne's Parish Mouse Refreshments Wednesday Lawtey area. : pay cash or take in

will be served by the Box 583, Balnbrldge, Ga. 31717. Reward. Lloyd Bryan 9646880.It $100. Nathan Starting, phone of value. DAHMER'S trade on anything DAKMER'S
Itcbg 7823896. Itp 9647923. tf chg 964-7923. U-chg
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