Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03875
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 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: UF00027795:03875
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i4f January Bills

Notification that $wo-

DOT US301Palm thirds of the 40 per cent
Begins rate increase request has

been approved has reached

the Starke office of the

Tree RemovalRemoval Company.The Florida State. Telephone

a of palm ''trees out- Florida Department of Tians- rate increase will be ef-
i IOU side speed zones .north and portatlon. 'ectlve with the January toiling
local phone office saidt
south of Starke on US-301 began .
'iold Monday morning.So
) Monday morning by the "Do_ you want__.. ithem or__ _not___v. was figures on how much the
Wishing County Agent George Huggins increase will be have reached!
Clerk Hit said a DOT representative ask- Mie local office yet, however,
ed him in a phone call Mon that Is expected 'within the
day morning. Huggins said he
week ''the office said.
was told by the DOT that removal residential
By IndigestionCounty Present rates for
of the palms has'beenIn phones are $4.50 per month for
the offing for several
and $5.50 per
Clerk Inman Green jj two-party line
but had! simply not been included
has been relased from the nonth for a one-party line.
in the state's program of
hospital after two days obser- 'woik. Word to 'the local office came
vation because of an acute case 'rom R. W. ingle, state man-
of indigestion. ager of the Florida State Telephone :! -
Green was back in his office Petitions to the DOT by 'the Company Ingle issued
Monday morning after having County Ccmmlsson. the Cham- the following' statement, ver-
spent Friday and Saturday In ber of Commerce, and several batim, to the local office:
the Bradford County Hospital. individuals from Bradford had .The.: Florida State Telephone
The clerk said cardiograms .absolutely no affect on keepingthe Company, an Independent, received -
showed no heart trouble and he trees on the highway Hug- no'tifleatlon'' : that approval
was released Saturday half an gins said he told the DOT the has been given by the
hour after the second one. county did, want the trees state's regulatory body (the
The clerk had entered the when they were taken out. Florida Public Utilities< Com
hospital Friday morning with mission to allow approximately.
pains in the chest. He hada Hugglns said he was told two-thirds of the original rate
light heart attack in 1956. however, that palms inside adjustment petitioned for earl-
Green, 48, was appointed speed zones will]] be left for the ier in the year
county clerk Dec. 5 by Gov. Lima: .being state workmen began "Final approval Claude Kirk after the death of Monday taking out' in the on the utility company's studies
veteran Clerk Charles Darby 70 mph areas of U3-301 southof which revealed increased oper-
last Oct. 21. Green Is the Starke. They did take out ating expenses brought bout:
county's first Republican clerk two trees near the Bradford! by riving labor and material

News Needed Set Jan. 16 since Reconstruction Days. IAgrlculture[ Building 'Monday costs as well as increased In-
Arraignment Turn rooming for use! lher. but: then terest rates! associated! with attracting
Early Next Week Improper 'word came from DOT to stop necessary capital"

''Work now Inside the city and The Monday notice from Ingle
For( TelegraphDue Causes WreckDamages remove palms in the 70mphzones Is the first ''Word the Starke

Union Restaurateur Faces .)hone office has received on

totaling $.r>50 resulted the rate increase.
to the Tact that The when the driver of one car Mrs. Claire Capps appealed However( the Florida Public
Telegraph's regular publication! attempted a lift turn and collided to the County Commission to Utilities Commission issued a
date falls on New Year's Day, with another vehicle at- ask the DOT to try to get the report last. Oct 16 that a: rate
Jan. 1, the paper will be prlnt- tempting to pass according to .trees left on the four-laned increase for Florida State Telephone -
ed: earlier next week. 2nd Civil Rights ChargeLyman the Florida Highway Patrol highway as long as possible.: ) had been approved. According -
AU correspondents, church Station here. The Commission! compl'a-J: witha ; to that report, it appeared -
and club publicity chairman, granted on
None of the six persons In phone call and let'eron Tuesday the 'increase
columnists and others With the cars were injured. Dilvsrof Dec. 16. The county clerk'soffice .an mergency and temporary
.news Items for that issue are Green, Lake Butler Green is free now under Ills second arrest stems froma locked because someone appar- the 1955 Ford: car attemptingthe said Monday it has had basis, amounted to about 288
urged to have them in our restaurant operator noted over $2,500 bond in a civil rights June 29 Incident that occurred ently had gone to get a news- left 'turn, Ancel Council no word from the DOT on its ,per cent. Increases of about 40
hands by Friday, )If possibls.:! North Florida for his barbecue, case based on a warrant ap- when a Negro man and woman paper from the box outside, 65, local farmer, was petition. per cent' were asked by Florida
The deadline for paws:! and ate will be arraigned Jan. 16 in the parently signed personally by attenpted to get service in then had forgotten to lock it Tetstone., R. W. Pace State Telephone, a subsidiary
second civil rights case to be U.S. Attorney General John Mitchell Restaurant In Lake again. chargsJ: by Trooper
fcr the New Year Issue Is noon Green's of lane. of) The Continental! System, a
Saturday! Dec. 27. charged against;: him in 1969. Butler on SR-100. The restau- Green said he was In the with improper change The trees are being removedby
_..._. ,"rant was closed at the time back at the time and his wait- Driver of the second vehicle! the Florida DOT unfer: a Delaware Corporation.announced in
and the man Intoxicated, Green 'ress came back to tell him a 1969 Plymouth station wagon, Federal:! law prohibiting: the The Increase report
InCourthous Masonic Ceremony said, and Green forced him to the Negro: man was demanding 'was Edward Vincent Maser Jr., planting of any tree ,with a the Oct. 16 FPUC annually
leave the restaurant.The service. 43 of Keystone Hlhts.\ a psychologist diameter of more than three amounts) to $112,000 which,
Initial case against the The restaurant operator said at the Florida Slate inches of a U. S. highway rIght- in local service
Cor nerstone Laid Lake Butler restauranteur was the Negro man was "half Prison of way with 30 feet of the curb- amounts) to about 72 per cent of
;e made last February when drunk. I made him get out Both vehicles were traveling :Ing. the Increase asked by the phone
Green refused service to a by force." west on, SR-16 about 4.9 miles company in hearings in
Cornerstone of the new Negro man who is a Federal The federal warrant, broughton .south of Starke when the mishap Bonlfay, and) Tallahassee.
$750,000 Bradford County, 'tFtat+A employee. The office of the behalf of Ernest Harris, occurred. Damage to the The DOT had started< to begin Increases asked by ''the phone
in x.rt,. ,pop;,a l Green Inflicted moving the: trees pror: to company 'would:! have added
courthouse was placed position ( U. S. Attorney General took charges that left front of the Ford was esti-
Friday afternoon in ceremonies green into U.S. Court in Jack- "bodily harm" on Harris. mated at $50 and to the left the Doc. 15 County Commission lr)3,717 to the firm's annual net
conducted by CarverE. sonville on that case. A sum- "A U.S. marshal came down side of the station: wagon at mullq7:, t but: postponed action income, but the FPUC termed!
Webb, Cross City Grand mary judgement was requestedto (Continued on page Four) $500. _2e.(JrarJb 'that "not justified'u : at the time"In
Master of Florida Masons. f )A force Green to serve Ne- the Oct. 16 report<.
Contained in the stone is a 1 fffi gros. The judge, however, ,.. t ,--.w.-.+r :Th FPUC report 11.1'0 ordered<
sealed copper time capsule with denied the judgment. The FPUC repor also ordered
21 documents and instruments. ,+ The February charges have Florida S'ate Telephone Com-
After the sealed metal cylinder }E $ r apparently been dropped, Green pony to fine updated financial
was slid into place in said. statements' for the first Six
ceremonies which can only be 1 j However, Green feels the sec- months of 1970! with the Commission -
conducted by state officers of ond case, occurring June 29, for additional stu y.
the Grand Lodge F. & A.M. dates back to the other case. The phone company renders
of Florida, Grand Master Car- The case on which Green t i r service in Jackson, Holmes.
ver told those assembled: ii to be arraigned Jan. 16 r Washington. Walton, Bradford
"We want to thank the County (the June 29 Incident) occurred N t ;, ; Clay and EscambU Coun-
Commission for allowing us early on a Sunday morning before r ties with exchanges in Starke
to lay the cornerstone to this Y the restaurant opened, LawbeY, Kinsley Lake, and 10
magnificent building. We hope .Green said. The door was un7fncfi other west Florida towns.

Findings of the Public Utilities -
NlriSERVICE. Commission! as Issued: in
t. the Oct. 16 report were:
I Ceremonies to lay the new cornerstone were one Monday ,. 1 1) Present earnings of the

thing, but sliding the stone containing the time capsule phone company are below a
First BaptUb into petition was quite another. Carver E. Webb, Rainfall! averaged Just over reasonable: level and the com-
Grand; Master of Florida :Masons, lends a hand; he I lain an inch over Bradford County r pany is entitled, to some reliefon
Church center of photo.it during the week from Dec. 13-, *n temporary and emergency -
22, most of the water falling basis.
Sfartbur will be a building stone to -December 18, 1969 Issue oj Monday: before midnight, acrcording ,. 2)) Earnings,based on 'the testyear
At 9 P.M. the Bradford Lodge." Bradford County Telegraph. to the Florida Division// 1968 will not support the
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State officers of the Florida -December 18, 1969 Issue of cf Forestry Headquarters oU: tF additional financing that Is necessary -
COME HELPUSHER Masons were assisted by members Florida Times-Union. SR-100. t t1 so the company may
IN '. of the Bradford Lodge. Starke Centennial Book 1857- Both the New River ana: San- t !t continue to Improve Us plant
THE NEW YEAR: State Masonic officers present, ta Fa tcwers measured 1.1 Inches and faclUUs so as to render
: besides Grand Master Carver 1957.Pictures of Bradford County with an even Inch falling adequate service within Itaterritory. -
were: Dave Wilinson, St. Hospital, Old Courthouse.Old at the Lous! Hill Tower at \ .
Petersburg, Deputy Grand Mas- of Streets of For the of this
Pictures Lawtey. Only rain of the weekto 3) purposes
Weekly Publicize ter; William Whitcomb, Jack- Starke. amount to anything fell "A Dolly A Tea Set ." order, the return of 7.58 per
.Commainty Events by sonville, secretary; George -Tape Recording of dedicat- !Monday.: cent on a rate base oC: 3951.
Leavitt; Tampa, Grand Mar- ing ceremonies of new court- There were two forest fires 404 for the test year 1968 i is
The CommunityState shall, and Fletcher McQueen, house. during the week, only ones !in There was a treat for the youngerset Donors to the program were fair and reasonable and the ap-
Bank Old Town, Past Grand Mas -Map of Starke and Bradford the past three months, which at the Commodity Foods Distribu- Stuckey's, Southern Discount, County plicant should bs allowed to
ter.Contents County In Chamber of Com- 'burned 30 acres. tion Center at the Fairgrounds Monday Commissioners Dave Shuford and Z. increase Its revenue io the

..Accounts now .Inflated' sule are: of the time cap- merce history of folder Starke which and Bradford includes There have been 76 fires and Tuesday Dec. 15 and 16. Santa' \V. Hamilton, Road Foreman R. E. amount: of $112,000 baud on the

up to, y .OOOby. -List of 75th Anniversary Issue County.A since! January 1 this year with Claus was there! 1968 4)) Increases test! year.authorized herein -
Inracnu Deposit Tnsui-" : of the Bradford County; list of major industry 4503 acres burned, compared Each child received cookies plus a Jones, Norma Thompson, County Com- should be collected under,
with 129 fires with 9307 acres
ft' Telegraph. operations in Bradford Coun- .'' bag containing fruit, candy, and a toy. modity Program, and County Dond De-
.. .',.Olflfc..Dss,. ...,_\, '4 -Centennial County Telegraph.Issue of Bradford (Oonttloued; on Pace Pour) burned In 1968.during. the same period About 400 bags were given awav. partment. Onnttnuad( on I"IICe" s Four)



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IiII Christmas Parties. Moore-Norman I I IJ.UI..re1flf

Of Interest To. Highlight Season Rehearsal Party. .! May the true meaning ....
of Christmas make
Traditional Christmas par- Mrs. Martha Moore enter- 1f"1L your
ties have been a highlight of tained at a dinner party Fri- I .J.QIU u.. holiday the happiest.
WOMEN the past few days for employers day night at the Holiday Inn .
and staffs of many local b- honoring her daughter, Sally

businesses. and fiance Reginald Norman .,
.J' of Andrews DrugStore following their wedding rehear-
*.>Gladyi.'Mooly: .: Phone 964-7608- .r Employes
with their husbands and sal.The
wives enjoyed their annual par- 18 guests included mem- j "
'. Stork Shower ty with Mr. and Mrs. Ervin bers of the wedding party and ',,'
Andrews at the Garden Res- the parents of the honorees. ;' BUYING COINS ,'

1 For Mrs., DavisMrs. taurant last Friday night. The T-shaped dining table'i i ?"e i2O% TO 50% OVER Face Value l .
c Saturday night was the time was centered with a seasonal '
c rrt Randall Davis was hon- chosen for employees of the arrangement.Miss 9 ., DIMES, QUARTERS HALVES, DOLLARS
.. ored at a stork shower Friday and their husbandsand Moore and Mr. Nor- '
tom,. ', Holiday Inn 1964 OR BEFORE % tt
? by Mrs. Charles ""kR'W ,'
night given their
presented gifts to
wives. The festive party; man "
: f"W't'oJ.t' Also we will buy 1965 Halves Nickels
; Blalock and Mrs. A.J. Barryat 1959 or .
'I" was held at the Starke Golf attendants during the dinner. rte ;
1N F h } r before Cents 1951 before.
:: the home of the latter. and Country Club from 9 to or 7
The refreshment table was O'Hara has re-
Mrs. Henry HE BUY SELL, OR
; i covered with a cutwork cloth 12 Community o'clock. Bank employees ... ..:.... .;. turned from six weeks visit TRADE

:! 1' and centered with a tall their wives husbands dates Mr. Morrison with Mrs. Otha Haman and Mrs. d BULLINGTON'SJStarke ''
d ceramic Christmas tree flanked and several outside guests Lenora Waddell in Tampa and
'- by Christmas candles encircledwith gathered at the Enlisted Men's Honored On with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smithin Phones Day 061-7271 Night 901-6250 Z\

holly. Club at Camp Blanding Satur- Miami.Mr. ,":
The 14 guests enjoyed bingo day night for their annual 92nd BirthdayHenry and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe e
with prizes during the party Christmas party.; Morrison celebrated and children of Sandord and .
hours. Baldwin ChevroletOldsmobile his 92nd birthday Tuesday nightof Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and .:'.
held a dinner party Satur- last week when his family sons of Miami are spending ten ......
Birthday LuncheonFor day night at the Garden Res- gave a party for him at their days with Mrs. Eoline Smith. .' .'
taurant for employees wives home.
Mrs. Andrews, and husbands. Novelty gifts The refreshment table was
covered with a lace cloth and :-

were Members exchanged.of the Elks Club centered with a white Domoom .,!y y4 .
Mrs. Foster Shi Smith entertained and their wives and dates en- and greenery arrangement. A ( ,
at a birthday luncheon joyed a Christmas Party Sat- three tiered birthday cake "
last Friday honoring Mrs. Le- urday night at the Elks Lodge. topped by a miniature Santa ,
von Andrews. Claus was at one end of the ",:
The luncheon was served in table. .- TBTM J '"
the den where the table was Sawy ers Entertain: Members of the family pres- .
: covered with red hand-cro- Slade Employees ent were. Mr. and Mrs. Vir- ,
cheted place mats with matching gil Morrison Mr. and Mrs. !.,
.,.. napkins. Centering the table Ruppert Morrison Mrs. Ralph '';!,
was an arrangement of holly Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw- Morrison Mr. and Mrs. George took .:'
with red velvet ribbons and gold were hosts at a Christ- Morrison and families of Lees-
birds on a silver tray. burg and Mr. and Mrs. Don-
After the honoree opened her mas party Saturday night wives for ald Bagwell and Mr. and Mrs. I"- ,:)J
the employees husbands .
Christmas Samuel Morrison r ,.,
gifts. songs were son of
and dates of the Slade Gas
j. Starke. '
.' enjoyed. Co. of Starke.
The party and buffet dinner lrrs
'" :V',>t Holiday{ Greetings was held at the Sawyer home. .
,.f, The buffet table in the dining Class 01'49A .rs.h/
room was covered with a white We hope that Ii
organdy cloth over green linen reunion of the Bradford: .rJ: : C this will be ';;',
Miss Geraldine Gay Becomes Bride and centered with a Christmas High graduating class of 1849 t== a real family ,'."
arrangement. The two tablesin is scheduled:! Friday! Dec. 20,
Of James P. Lewis In Baptist CeremonyMiss the family room were cen- at 7 p,m. at the Garden R st. Christmas fort t ,
tered by silver bells with red aurant. alLEDDIE'S A
Geraldine Gay of Perry pearls and: sequins. The chapel :::: .
bows and
holly. Between 60 and 70 numbers .'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. train featured patterns of ap- Novelty; gifts were exchangedand of the class are expactod! to attend ; ::::: ..'
Adolph Gay of Starke, and pllqued lace and pearls. Her bonuses were awarded. aecoi: 'ding: to Mrs Alma '
James Paul Lewis son cf Mr. only ornament was a diamond r Outlaw who: has organized the We prescribe Only the Best! ';1
and Mrs. James Lewis of Ferry pendant a gift from the groom. Mrs. Marta Bramble and four reunion! the fouiih the class "66"SERVICE
were united In marriage Satur Her bouffant elbow length veil children: of Ardsley N.Y. has will have had.
day. Nov. 22. at 8 p,m. in the was secured! to a cluster of moved to the Westmoreland Class members! wishing further .
Madison Street Baptist Church. :jeweled satin and lace petals. Trailer Park where she will Information! about the reunion Eddie & Louise: Jackson; :\ KOCH DRUG STORE ,
Rev. Denton Sumrall performed She carried: a nosegay of white make her home. should contact: George
the nuptials. !butterfly roses, Ivy and steph- Roberts 01 Kenneth Grtder: U.S. 301 South 7.
Centering the altar was a ianotls. 1N Robbie Smith of Murray State both of Staiko. "r"
fan-shaped! arrangement of The reception! was held at the College is home for the holi ,,....
white and yellow gladioli mums Starke Golf and Country Club days. I ..
!and pompoms, flanked by two 'where guests were greeted at J
standing baskets of white glad- the door by M-s. George Can- ,,a
loll pompoms and mums ova. Standing in the receivingline ,
against a background of large were the bride and groom e .J: nt.;
emerald fern trees. their parents, and Lhe bridal: S G55 d Gee ers Co .o Co/4.f '
Mrs. L. A. Canova Sr., organist attendants. Mrs. Eugene Tanner or ,
and Gerali: Williams soloist sister cf the bride, kept -.s ....1\\. 001 4".J
provided a program of nuptial the guest book. i <: e" \:" oodPfd !
music. The club: house was decoratedfor "" ,g ':-
James Lewis attended his the occasion with gold arch 'roChawF
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son as best man. Ushers were candelabra, large tree candelabras r\\e 1JooJ\ .
Mlks Bryan and Bill Bryan. yellow roses carnations e v ef

cousins of the groom Terry pompoms, and: fern trees. The r ...t..' o'o'.o!. \\0 C MjUl
Lewis brother of the groom. bride's table was covered! witha SHUFORD'S d .. "
and Eugene Tanner brother-in- white linen cloth draped on 40 Retha a4odgea "4

law cf the bride. the sides with smilax and centered \ Cl-iFF.. k
Standard StationSid \
Miss Hope Holiday attendedAS with an 'arrangement of I"Go1cJ
mali: of hon6r. Bridesmaids yellow and white pompoms. The
punch table also held a gar Shuford
were Misses! Ann Bunting of n
Jacksonville Carolyn Jean land of smilax and an arrange- /, I
Moody of Gainesville Alice Gay ment of yellow and white car 11100/"'.
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of Fort Walton Beach, and nations. ', i
Mrs. James Martin of Tallahassee. Assisting serving-were Mrs.R. P
All attendants were> attired O. Dansby, Mrs. George
alike In A-llne gowns of willow Pierce, Mrs. John Andrews

green crepe with bodice of re- Mrs. Betty Register Mrs. fie":e'( Jai The news is out .
embroiders! Alencon lace. Ervin Andrews. Mrs. J, Lawson -

They wore matching tulle headdresses Mrs. Harold Epps and y season
attached to satin leaves Mrs. A. N. Holliday. ,
and carried yellow sweetheart After a wedding trip! to South Christmas is with us once
rose nosegays. Paula and Florida the couple; will reside merry
Gene Tanner, niece and nephew in Perry. The brie traveled in 0wbyo9 e and ctJcl411
wool coat pats again. We wish you your :--.
of the bride were junior an aqua 0 ::-.::
attendants. and dress with silver accessories : C o1Umo tl-e"
share o\\
Angela Epps served as flower and a corsage: of whits butterfly .And family a generous Ondents,1r

Ctrl In a dress of gold crepe roses. I ... :
.and Alencon lace. Bobby Epps The bride Is a graduate of all its many blessings. %

:was ring bearer.! Bradford High School and Florida ti
The bride, given In marriageby State University, and is I .
her father wore an empire now teaching in Peiry. Mr.
A-llne gown cf peau de sole Lewis graduated from Taylor r ; .. '"'
with appliques! of peau d'ange County High School and FSU. Iit ,
lave reembroldered with seed' and also teaches In Perry. \

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'Tis the season to be .

I :F' joyful and to turn our _
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thoughts gratefully to that / # 9III

Mr. and Mrs. James E. first Christmas long ago.
Jones Jr. of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Bjrfy' fir As. tM h--F61
announce May and good
the peace
the birth of a son, James Starke announce bt3kpf
I E. Jones ni born Dec. a son Toby; Lee, born Dec' *.. cheer abide with you. F.a /
3. 'Paternal grandparents are in Bradford, County Hosptal.of .
Mr. and Mrs. Ermie Jones Sr. WTITEDWl

BALL COVER a CO. On this. The Telegraph's 90th Christmas in Starke, %/

1 we pause to extend greetings and best wishes to our readers ,

i' and advertisers greetings that are just as hearty
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fit CATHOLIC HtJJ\J...... "..;,, 1879.

i Sunday Mass, 8 'a.m. and 11
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Monday MM. fc:30: a.m. : 90th of continuous publication
enter our 'jIl
Wednesday Mans, I B..,. we upon year
Saturday MMM v and No. ( we would like to express appreciation for the

__ vena, 7 p.m. \ f v four generations of readers and advertisers who have i ,

/f : ST.Sunday WILLIAMS Mass, 9 K'ltoae a.m. HU f .) \ made it possible for: The Telegraph to take its place '.

? Wednesday Novena,J7' pjn. 1; among the oldest newspapers, of continuous publication, -"4 ::

'' ST. MARY'S Macclehnjri in the nation. We will endeavor to show our appreciation '" I I.ti

e s, 6 Sunday.. Ma**. ll:3Ka.m.':,. by bringing you an even better newspaper in 1970 .:::" ..:

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.. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson Is \t'c., f '
:," visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Mrs.children Lemuel of Williams Atlanta are Jr. Miss Joyce Allen and Lex A :i & ; '" 4tI.
..'. Schwab in Cocoa for two weeks. Sr. for Johns were visiting Mr. and &
visiting Mrs. Williams Gainesville .
Mrs. Jimmy Hodges In .. -

.: Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton two weeks. Sunday. ., ,. ...,.. ;. :t\\ '('I"" '
Gainesville .. .
,4 and daughter of St. Johns .
'.. are Christmas Day guests ofiV Tim Thompson is home Miss Floried Killingswoth of "'" 4'. \r"--; '' "-
Mr. and Mrs. N.B. Rosier and River Junior College Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. James t'S. i1 pI, rlfj -- .
.'" Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamll- for the holidays. Martin and daughter of Talla- t '. Ji' >'

.. '. ton. W.B.Mr. and Mundy Mrs., and Guy Miss Sale, Mrs.Jean hassee Chesser, Mr.and and children Mrs.of Willis Salt j I. THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMASJf

Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Thorn- Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Au-
..... ton of Gainesville will spend Mundy Mr.are and spending Mrs. Keith Christmaswith Gil- .dy Hilson of Palatka will be i T. :- *1i Author of the poem was I.Dr throughout the country.Dr. .
.' Christmas day with her parents Christmas guests of Mr. and Clement Clarke Moore, an aloof pt'o-' :Moore was not pleased. In
:1-.. .: Mr. and Mrs. Harry lingham in Tampa. Mrs J. II I. Dennis. 3U. 5dvV" "Twos the night before Christmas fessor of Greek and 01160131* liter fact, he was embarrassed. lie felt

Mooty. Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Miss when all through the house ature In the Episcopal Seminary In it beneath the dignity of a man of
. will spend next Mr. and Mrs. J, B, Godwin New York. Dr. Moore did not write his scholastic reputation to authorof
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Speng- Jean Mundy and daugher, Cheryl, of Avon
. weekend in Key West. Not creature not the poem for publication. Me wraote children's verses. .
ler and Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Park, and son, Jimmy Godwin a was stirring
It on Christmas Eve: 1822, for the As time went on, the poem became
r, Spengler of St. Augustine will of West Point, will spend the even, a mousee!
:,' be Christmas day guests of Col. Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- holidays with Mrs. Eve Bald- --H& enjoyment of his seven children. increasingly/ more famous and Dr.
gomery and family will be It happened that on this pnrtiou- :Moore, perhaps upon the urging of
": and Mrs. V.J. Spengler. win and Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
Christmas day guests of Rev. bie Shaller. So begins one of the most beloved lar Christmas Eve a relative uitis his proud family, finally admitted
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade will and Mrs. E. F. MontgomerySr. of all Christmas writings It wouldbe visiting the :Moore family. She pput authorship. More than two decades

..'; have as holiday guests Mr. in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Par- $ & difficult to find anyone whose a copy of the poem in her dlnn '. after he penned the poem at the
.', and Mrs. Michael O'Brien and rish of Atlanta will spend the : memory of childhood does not as- The following holiday season, the family fireside the jingles were published -
r sons of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phebus weekend with Mr. and Mrs. sociate these words with the magicof relative's father sent a copy,unsign.sd in book form, under his name.
'.' John Whelchel and daughter, and family of Mt. Carmel, Ill. Merritt Williams. Christ- the holiday season, to whom ,these as to author, to a newspaper Today, the world remembers. Dr.
I and Sen. and Mrs. Tom Slade will be holiday guests of Mr. mas day guests will also include words do not bring to mind the vis- Other newspapers picked up like Clement Clarke :Moore not as a
'.. of Jacksonville. and Mrs. David Montgomery.Pvt. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tay- f Ion of Santa and his reindeer, and jingle and printed it in their columma: scholar, nor as a teacher, but as

Richard Wainwright Is lor Jr. and daughter, and Mr. the exciting clatter of hoofs upon The poem quickly became knowm! author of one of the world's most
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lewis Fort and Mrs. Taylor Sr of Jack- the roof. loved, and repeated each Christmas beloved Christmas poems.
weeks from
home for two
.. the holidays -
: of Perry are spending sonville.
Mr. and Bragg, N. C. .
,;!, with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead:
:' Mrs. Adolph Gay. Mr. and Mrs. John Kopelousos attended the Parents Club

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pat- and family of Birmingham, Christmas Party. Friday:! nIght' tt.. ;. :;
:?j terson of Beaver Falls, Pa. Ala will arrive Friday to spend at the St. Vin ent'3 Hospital: ,
:/ Mrs. A.J. Barry. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Wainwrightand daughter Judy: played the piano "t}. r""l-

Mr. and Mrs.George Kope- during the freshman party. .............
Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Brunswick lousos. & .......
Mon- ....'A.: ; --
Ga. was Sunday and
.h day guest of Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Barron 42 Traffic \ ,
will spend next Saturday and L
''i i H.H. Adams. Janice Vickers
with Mr. and Mrs. Polo Deaths Predicted
v, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Watson m and Jean Lacayo in Tallahassee.Dr. During HolidaysUrging '

Vickers was guest of Mr. and
and Mrs. W. H. Greenof motorists to
". Mrs. S.G. Denmark.Mr. .
Arlington, Va. are spend- them wrong, as they did dur-
and Mrs. Robbie Shal- ing the holidays with Mr. and ing the Thanksgiving holiday, r
Mrs. Lex Green. the Florida Highway Patrol FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH:
.I ler attended the Renfroe family pre- Service At MarksA THE ISLE OF MAN
Christmas dicts that 42 people will die STARKE Christmas Eve Set St!.
:I reunion and par- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders in traffic accidents in the State MoviesA Sunday, Dec. 28 Sunday 1 Long ago on the I isle of
ty Sunday in Providence. have moved to the former Alvarez during the longChristmasholiday 'Scho:>l. 9:43: Morn'nr'! Worship midnight Christmas Eve The public Is IniclteJ to nt- flan women sprinkled ashes
house 317 N. Walnut Service Is scheduled at St. tend.Mark's on the kitchen floors on :New;
Ter- period. features Is set for at 11, sermen'Thiags: New and
B. double
and Mrs. Clyde
Mr. + l\e: Next
Church WsdRev.. Fred morning/ They
Street, next door to her par- at Episcopal "i.lll speak:
The '
holiday period begins 6:15
',V willegar Jr. have as holiday the Florida Theatre this Thursday Old. Training! Union! : ; lonkul t.infullv/ to nee whether
'\0 guests Com. and Mrs. Dale ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. 6 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 24 and Friday and Saturday. Evening Worship 7:30: (Student nesday, Dsc. 24, b3gl"ning at at the special seivlilce. there wire ,loiititiptaiming"
: L. Scott Jr. and family of Cor- ends at midnight, Sunday, Dec. "Winning" starring Paul New- Night Christmas Program.) 11:30: p.m them If they saw prints le.ulitiK.
a onado, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Beall and 28. Based on previous exper- man, Joanne Woodward and Sermon: "What, Can One Be. low.inl. the. door it w'is n sign _
"v McKay Truluck and Mr. and family of Macon, Ca. are ience, the Patrol predicts one Robert Wagner is rater 'G' lieve." The average vacationer to Ihcre! uouKI be a death In the
': Mrs. J.H. Truluck of Sanford. spending the Christmas holidays traffic death every 2.4 hours for General Audiences and Monday -Youth Choir Practice Florida drives 500 miles in 11 home 1 f the. steps l wt re rex erst'(I Iit ,
with their parents, Mr. during the 102-hour period "Secret World" with Jacque- hours of driving(per day and spends poiieniliil an addition to the
Ensign and Mrs. Don Thorn- and Mrs. J. L, Gentry. The Patrol plans to have all line Bisset is suggested forma- 7pm.Wed., DSC.:! 31-Church Choir approximately $22: a day. f.1111 l1y.

.' son and son of Pensacola are and Mrs. Mike Gold- available troopers traffic and aux-with ture aduiences. Practice, 0 p.m. Watch Night ---- --* -- --- "H .._".._ ----.._- -
Mr. working
Moths" which
with Mr. "The
_ spending the holidays Gypsy .
wire of Fort Myers are spend- aircraft, radar, VASCAR and Service, 9pm.W.
Jr. the Florida Sunday,
and Mrs. W.B. Thompson plays at
r. Saturday to Tuesday with unmarked cruisers during the A Hogan pastor.
ing Monday and Tuesday Is sug- A Last Minute Giift
and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- Christmas The Flo- Suggestionfrom
Mrs. Harry Purvis (Kay GarJ Mr. holidays. gested for mature audiences and
bett) has arrived home from wire, and all are spending the rida Civil Air Patrol will par- stars Burt Lancaster and Deborah -
and is Christmas holiday with Mrs. ticipate in the holiday cam- Kerr.Scheduled. .
Frankfurt, Germany
spending the holidays with her Robert McGee in Ocala. paign by spotting traffic congestion for the 301 Drive- In the title role In a plot abouta Carolyn/
murderous of outlaws
HerbNelson and disabled vehiclesand in is double feature. "Young gang
Mr. and Mrs. a
, parents Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williams reporting them to the Patrol Young" starring Robert who plan to rob a stagecoachof
in Keystone Heights, Billy
a fortune In gold. 4trYY
and children of Largoare
and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchum and Angle Dickinsonis
spending Friday to Sun- Clifton concluded by saying, Both movies are rated M.
I \ Leo Champion, in Starke. Mr. W.H. rated, G, and "The Dar-
and Mrs.
day with Mr. "We appeal to motorists to
1 Purvis will arrive home in ing Young Men in Their Jaunty -
Graham and will attend the back our holiday safety efforts
" two months. film about the
Gator Bowl game. with the continued concern and Jalopies a 1
action to prevent early days of the famed Monte
\ I necessary traffic deaths in Florida." Carlo Automobile Rally where .
n t
each of the international per-
JUIDRIVEIN formers plays an entrant froma V %

An nouncin g different land stars Tony Cur-
tis and is also suggested for r 1

THE General audiences
Playing at the Drive In
Sunday, Monday Tuesday and
Show Begins At 7 P.1V OPENINGOF Wed. is "Where Eagles Dare"

Admission 75c and "The Stranger Returns."
Dare" is
"Where Eagles ,
about an Allied team which par-
THURS., Fill., SAT., t achuated Into the Bavarian Alps

Dec., 25, 26, 27 during World War 11, with Rich-
Nr} BONNIE'SHAIRSTYLIST ard Burton and Ingrid Pitt star-

Double Feature ring as two conspirators in
MGM's: suspense drama.
, AlHOI VUUNGSKlH MODDCIIONS I, + |tKM "The Stranger Returns," the

'. ROBERT new Allen Klein production for
, MGM, features Tony Anthony

. ANGIE ON 301 SOUTH OF STARKE SEEhePPaint .t\ Because .

' DICKINSON'YOUNG I I OPEN People A holy and happy You Can't Go Wrong _.. It Satisfies Everyone !

BILLYYOUNG' ... ...... Christmas is our wish You Don't Get The Wrong' Sizes!

Tuesday Through SaturdayBY Mo LPAINT for you No Exchanging To Doo!

rICOLORbygelure I United Artists I APPOINTMENT: Hasn't Gone Up In Pi'rice'

PLUS CALL 964-8200 '"STORES INC. Service WHAT IS IT? .

: : Harry & Hil!1i: lfi u<.f'<'in

FUN W... .OF-, M IT 1'i PHONE 378-1281+,. A Passbook Saviings Account

:+:; KEN ANNAKIUSrla : ,
alk.h !+ofOSe

aringJmJm1hei Showtime--Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 HftST FEDEDAL

JA1ICHIoCO.IJII' THURS., FRI.. SAT. DEC. 23, 26, 27 4I

PIItII'SIOH" 1PanauiAlhtruli I [c3] Double Feature Program 'h


DEC. 28, 2''!', :30. 31 1 JontuiE UNUMMID

Double Feature .i !it ROBERT U1PMEIIuiinninG

4DIt tel. { f 111 C'C r 7XJ'ur
MGM pxstnl 00 nc..AOO arr..NAVaor. imntiui\MMM.,FMIM now '

a Jerry Gerthwm Elliott, K..tner picture 'h. k

Richard Burton ID f FKOMI

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Clint Eastwood
MaryUre"Where I IMGM :2Uth Century f-ox a /yr, :.+ : = THE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS) AND
51dll"'K( JacquelineBisset

Dare"Pintvuion Eagles 0. avid Color by DeLuxe Seastins oewigs


+ SUN.. MON., TUES., DI C., 28, 29, 30MetroCoUwynMater

Metrocolor J f. .r; '" -.-t'9,.r-.r t .s. ct. -. ....f' In words that never grow old, t

presents MERRY CHRISTMASeach
PLUS +J: The John FrankcnlMtaMr Edward UwtePr and every one. I .

"THESTRANGER Burt Lancaster .


wl/ The Gypsy Moths'

RETURNS" .. ,u... Cent Hack/nan-Scott Wilton VWtom Wndomiciornpl CHARLIE BRASWELL (I',.,'*M XXX.Ml witf MA0410N Shier
'; .,ly Dy William, + Hanley-Bawd on a Story By Jamb Drought >!** IIOHI04 sloe l
F.fli.utivc P, darer, Eilw.ml Lewis Produced By Hal Landers and Bobby Roberts
with Tony Anthony Directed by John Frankenheimer.Metrocolor+

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Eight students of the 1,000-member Randal Chi!lm, 12, Starke, son of Mr. :

""' ''''''''"t''''_..,.... ,. <#i- "" ......:...,...",.....--w Bradford High School student body and Mrs. R. R. Chism; Louise Batten,

made straight A's for the second six 12, Starke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I. I'

weeks which ended Nov. 26. Four of W. Batten and Rebecca McMillan

them made straight A's for the second 11, Starke daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ;

time this 3 ear they are Louise Bat Merrill G. McMillan. ;

ten, BUS senior left off the list the Standing are Steve Futch 9, Starke, ..,'

first six weeks; junior Rebecca McMil son of Mr. and. Mrs. Denton Futch ; ":

lan and sophmore Bonnie Trisler and Judy Young, 10, Starke: grandson of :

Ralph Yaggie. Miss McMillan, was among Mrs. R. A. Nettles; Bonnie Trisler, 10. -;

the straight A students five of Hampton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

six time last year and has made it Ralph Trisler; Roxie Rodrigue. 11. it

both times this term. Starke daughter of Mrs. Alcee Rod-

The eight rigue and Ralph Yaggie, 10, Starke,
are (seated 1-r)
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Trial Set On bw Charge Phone Rate Hike 7

After Breath Test RefusalA Due fn I *

JanuaryContinued _

Green Cove Springs man sentenced by Judge Yawn to control; Huey Lawrence Newton -
who refused to have his breath three days in Jail and fined voluntary intoxication; Bill ( From Page OM) U .
examined for its chemical. con- $101. Nickles Davis, driving under \1 JI.;
tent Is S(' hereIn FlIP Trooper Carson Tur- the Influence of acohol; Claude Rood and sufficient bond in the known as the Trl-County Telephone \ !
Count} .--it. for lington testified he had clocked Myers, failure to surrenderhis principal amount: of 100000. Company in 1960 and an 1.1.. J I ,. r.\6
driving while Intoxicated.The Siemer at a speed in excessof car tag. provided that at no tme'! shouldthe fi
increase for Starke subscribers,
driver, Billy Owen Bost, 100 miles per hour on SR- In felony cases. preliminary bon be less than the a- '
because of
pleaded not guilty before Brad- 100 south of Starke. hearings were scheduled by the mount of increased revenue resulting extended area ser- } \
vice in April 1963, there havebet'n
ford County Judge Theron A. I
Leroy Bussey pleaded guiltyto judge for Earl Jenkins 'Levi from this order. fi W.;
no rate increases authorIzed \
Yawn in Plea Day proceedings --z--
charges of driving while Williams and Gerald Milli- 5)Thc Company should Me ,
Thursday, Dec. 18, and the case his license : for the applicant.The ,
was revoked and with the PSC a revised sche. '-. .
gan. .
set for the trial calendar. phone company stated ___.i.: .. ...
was was fined $51 after the court dule cf rates and; charges for -" ,
Bost was arrested by Deputy learned Bussey lost his license Jenkins is charged wittt aggravated approval by the Commission. that for the 12 months ending : '- V 1rdJta4 -- .
Sheriff John Dempsey Dec. 13 December 31. 1968 on a rate -" -
because of a violation of the assault based on an N --
consistent with the discussions! W'
on DWI charges and refusedto financial responsibility law. alleged kn'fa attack he made base of $3.923.072 the company:; .;::: -.... ..,.
and findings set forth In this j7 : :::;:J: '-
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submit to a Breathometertest Among defendants pleading upon a George Harvey on Nov. orter.! received a total operating revenue .

as required by Florida innocent and whose cases were 22. 6)) The of $835,265, reallezlng -;;:.. ..
should file
Statute 322.261 which became set for trial company net operating Income of $234.- :. W. .
were: Williams faces worthless : .
updated financial .. .,... ;' .., :-
statements ..... "\
effective July, 1968. The law Charlie Columbus Cowart check charges. The case is a 246. which resulted in a rate of :; ..., ." '
'With the '
Commiss'on! for the ."
provides: that when a person failure to have vehicle return of 6.19 cent. ym411
under per '
felony because the check ;: "f
first six! months of ( ... .
1970 that .
obtains a driver's license he amounted to $100 or more. so At the same time! the phone I '... ', .: ...
agrees to take a chemical test Millisan. an inmate at the ,the Commission may give further company told the TSC, the cost :;;;: ::::: d/.1-..... ("-.'". "' ". .
to the ; .
If Bost charged was with informed DWI. by Judge ConnersiofidLaid Florida State Prison is charged : in this cause. application ,of capital to the applicant was -=r .:; .':>?>?"":: 5---V. $$
approximately 7.13 to 8.18
Yawn that notice of his refusal AtCourthouse with an attempt to escipo. 7)) The company should be per .. .
The court appointed ,the public cent. It is difficult the com 'Ii ""
in full compliance w.lh: theCommission's
to take the test has been '
stated, to ;::
defender to represent M.lligan. pany secure lang
forwarded to the Department In an unusual incident, a defendant service rul,s and term flnancng! at those rates & wishes for old! 1"1
of Public! Safety in Tallahasseeand regulations by July 1070, and of return. According to testimony % : Accept our an '
charged with speedingwas
Bent's license has been should file with the Commission -
suspended Ar six months, pend- (Continued Prom Page One) fined an add.tlonal: $1 aproprlate reports so in- of company\ officials, the Th __ fashioned Christmas, filled with .:
when It that Judge PSC report states, the companyis : .
ing outcome of the trial. dicating. : .
ty in 1969. planning! to secure additional : N and good cheer .... .
In another case, Otto Fred- Yawn had been called collect Phone company records: sub- *:I joy : :::
-List of civic clubs, frater- long I term financing then :
by a member of the defend .
erick Siemerlll Starke pleaded mitted to the PSC show that II ::
guilty to speeding and was nal organizations etc. in the ant's family. yearend 1964 to the yearend ar future. From Your Holiday Inn Staff :
county.A Larry Jack Sapp Jr. w letter to posterity from $26 after he pleaded gv.llty and State Telephone:; Company testified "''I .: ''"-
L -- -- p -- was increpsed from $2fi03,288 '\ "':\S "
Ralph Bryan, County Commis- the court ad: ;',ed the cost of the to Sj.ZS.o-lB. During the to the PSC, the report I f "1' f ) '\ ; ")\ I\\l1 .yi, '"
same 'tt \-"ltbb"b! ) : :" ::
sioner, District 3. phone call to the fine. states. that it was the com ,, : : :" :
Twin Star *1 -Resolution Commissioners to Board dedicatingthe of County period sta-tons! the and PBX company's stations main have: >compliance pany's Intention with to the be Commis In full \\: { = "' ; .w'v t: ...; ;','...1I ,\., I

I "Darby Oak." The lowest temperature eve;r increased from: 4,736 to 7,371. slon's rules and regulations relating ;:
PRODUCTIONS I Report of receipts and expenditures -I recorded in Florida was degrees 5 I the records showed to servIce! stanaids: for
II II I and balance of all''Fahrenheit in Tallahassee in 1899,. Other than: a limited increase telephone :
companies withinsix
I funds of Board of County Commissioners o for a predecessor corporation months. \ o&
Presents I ftaxy > II
:I from Oct. 1 1. 1968 ; VUA- OF STARKE

II II I to Sept. 30, 1969. Bradford County carrying on
-List of all officials
I county Letter To Posterityping the traditions of ourselves and
of Florida, 1969.
our forefathers. you may be
EPICS -Copy of National Geographic conquerors from another nation N

Magazine Vol. 136. .W: ...-.persons '.unknown -poa- or another world.
December 1969 issue showing : Our
OF first explorers from F rth slbly f PKtt'wup; Blanst-open us of. our local pride and Whoever and whatever you Enjoy N
on Moon in Appollo II shot. the "time capst f,' embaddedln tradition.Our are as we lay this corner stone
-One 1969 dime :' the cornerstone of the nation Is engaged irs a (Just six days away from the
penny quar
Jacksonville new' Bradford: County courthouse limited war in Vietnam a Birthday of our Lord and Sav u
ter.One 1940 penny. -100, or even 1.000 years small Country in the Southeast iour Jesus Christ we can thinkof
-Issue of New Age Maga- from now they will find! a latter corner of Asia At home: we no better final wish! for you,
zine Vol. LX.xn #11 Novem- of gieet'ngs! "To You Our Posterity. have two ma'n factions! the than "PEACF1 ON E4RTH, CUflISTMA1IVEINNEfl' I
AT THE NEW ber 1969 showing Aldrin, 32 ." one thinking! that we are fight GOOD WILL TOWARD MEN."
Degree Mason on MoonTape The letter was written by ing a useless aimless war Ralph P. Bryan
National Guard recording of what is Americanism County Commissioner Ralph which we should never hive County Commissioner
by Ralph Bryan. Byran. Here is a preview for ,been involved in to begin with, District Three 2i-
ArmoryWednesday -List of Past. Masters of those who might not be around the other thinkIng! that It Is a Bradford County
Bradford Lodge #35 F. & A.M. when the cornerstone is finally war we must fight in order to
from 1868-1969. opened. deter the spread of Commun.

History of Bradford Lodge GREETINGS f Ism. and because we have a RestaurateurFaces MENU :
December 31 #35 F. & A.M. We the elected: officials serving .'' duty to help the people of W .:..
-Copy of current Starke Tele- the people cf Bradford South Vietnam. Wh'ch' faction is Charge Roast Young Turkey and
right? N
phone Directory.A County on 'this 19th day of December Perhaps history has proven
DANCE list of the contents of the 1969, do hereby leave this to you. our posterity. (Continued From Page One) R Baked Ham
time capsule has been recorded these mementoes of our age toyou. While we still prosper and
in Official Record Book #78 enjoy freedom *
8:30 to 12:30: our our world is a
Page 349 in the Bradford County Being eternally posterity.grateful for troubled one with wars and with Green a warrant continued.for"lIe my arrested arrest' Candied Yams Green Peas :

DANCEADMISSION Courthouse.Also ''the sacrifices and struggles of rumors of wars. Our Country me and carried into Jack- *
present at the ceremo- our forefathers who seems to be sufferingfrom! an me i Selection of S Sft
nies performed by the Masons founded increase in immorality sonville. Green said he had n Eight Salads
various and picseivM this great country crime to post $2,500 bond and will .u
were county officials
County Commission Chairman with Its freedoms and prosperlty abuse ungodliness: racial strife. drug: be arraigned Jan. 16. Coffee or Tea ff
an 1 divisions!
which we now enjoy- among our Green declared that while the
Dave Shuford of Lawtey, and
$2.00 people; but
we feel that the'
members of the Board.wxxxxs we too have fought to pass'onthis great warrant purports that the arrest -
heritage to our succeeding1' mijority me still loyal came as the result of

::*:: :::: ::::: :::::::.:.:.:;:.:,: ::.::::::::!:::::::::::::::::::.:.:;:;:.:.:.;::.:.:::::;::::::::::::::::::::;;;::::;:::::::;:::::::::':: ,generation. We pr.iy Gad: that' God simply! ] femlrgAmer'cans rtn, not! receive'! who federal grand jury action, it AT REGULAR BUFFET PRICES I.
11! they have nccrpted' their responsibilities a much in fact was the work of the
nnd kept the' publicity as those: who practice U.S. attorney general."It .

s: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 11 picsciva"constant these vlell"priceless necessary treasures to. In deeds.and advocate such mis John Mitchell's comes straight office"out Green of $1-75 L

4 for you. You who rend these words said. The restaurant operator
.r.* STARK At this writing, we nre fight. and revIew! the history: we have said the warrant bears the attorney -
Inf enclose. In this capsule will no general's personal sig Children 12 Under
r to save the identity of our W or $1.25
PHONE 96JG200KEYSTONE 111; County because ihcie ars thosein doubt be living in a world nature.

: ? our State LecM i lire who much we know.different: You than the one N Served From 11:00 A. M. to 3:00 P.M. i
,tpropo to cosixoltdntp: us with may b- buildinga
HEIGHTS I spaceport this! .site Cypress Gardens has a new
1f other Counties oil consequently on or
: PHONE I::: move our County Rovemment something else d your nge entranceway which is 50 feet longer;: M Bring Entire Family N
.. 7.1-317G j jvX'XXXX'X'X'X'X'X'Xv.v.v.v.v farlh: the which we could! not ov.-n Ima. than a football field and can handle
.";;:::':::::::, y./ :>>:,:,;,:.:.:.:.: .: .. ... :11. away from :? gine. You : be four times as visitors.
::-:::: :: ::::::::::::: : ::: '- people to be served, while strip- may lenders of many Si :IUp.r S2S& :;.$ 4.

P 1GE.4 TELEGRAPH DEC. 25, 1969 .

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soil To each bushel mix in Branding Most ProductiveOf fellowship.Until Permit NeededTo Agriculture and Consumer elimi-Ser
of ferti- Camp January 5, 1970 when vices which intends to
a half-pound complete ,
\MLel's GoGardening lizer, such as 6.6-6 or 888. Areas BUS returns to school, havea Move Stock nate cattle rustling In Florida.Dr. .

It's not a good idea to grow 9 State Deer Hunting- Merry Christmas andallappyNew After January 1 Clarence L. Campbell,
over two or three kinds of Year. of the Department's
Lochloosa Osceola director
with 214 kills hatches Individuals and firms trans-
JJI plants per window box. You Camp of 1-10 ) and Division of Animal Industry,
(open south only Florida
through Dec. 14 is the most porting livestock on
like to consider color com-
may Nassau Wildlife Management A- allowedto and Broward Coker,chief live-
I binations, too. This could include productive deer hunting area highways will not be stock theft investigator, said
reas would remain through
open 1 unless
of the Florida Game and Fresh do so after Jan.
Stf Bervftj Riarpet! Editor blue pink, and white Commission's nine February 22 for squirrel and for and receive a the permit and tag requirementsare
Water Fish they apply
white and blue red and
; part of several new laws
Florida Agricultural I.. wildlife man- quail hunting. and tag for each vehicle -
a nloo Servlo. yellow or red with white. northeast region permit from which become effective Jan.I.-
Trailing vines and green foliage agement areas. for such purposes
aj amendments\ to the state's live-
? A plants go well with all An estimated 1,012 deer and Commissioner of Agriculture stock marks and brands law.
If you like to stare at neighbors of these. 278 turkey have been reported BHS a Doyle Conner.
In a casual way, try plant- Suggested plants for growing killed on the areas, accordingto The permit costs $5 a year They said Information con-
Ing flowers In window boxes. in window boxes are begonias, SK. Stafford, regional game and is renewable yearly. Con- cerning the permits and tags
This way you can gaze and coleus, ferns, wandering jew, biologist for the Commission. ner said. A metal tag will may be obtained by telephoning -
get subjects for choice gos- vinca, geraniums, pansies, petunias Other area statistics Include By-Lines ONFART be issued with the permit. or writing the Division of
j sip while taking, or faking portulaca, marigolds Aucilla, 197 deer and 125 turkey Conner said the permit and Animal Industry in the Mayo
care of the flowers.Constructing nasturtiums and verbenas. ; Gulf Hammock, 145 deer tag are part of the activitiesof Building, Tallahassee.
window boxes and 50 turkey; Lake Butler, By Joyce Allen the Florida Department of .
can be a do-it-yourself project. TIME TO TRANSPLANTThis 116 deer, closed to turkey hunt- Friday, Dec. 19, the DCT
However if a hammer in your ing Lochloosa, 40 deer closedto Club of BHS had their annual
i D'Jolidag hand becomes misguided missile Is the beginning of the turkey hunting Nassau 78 Christmas Banquet at the Car-
and tends to hit the wrong season for transplanting trees deer and 18 turkey; Osceola den Restaurant. Gifts were distributed -
{ GreetingsWe nail, then it's best to hire a and shrubs. The first step is 85 deer, closed to turkey hunt- to the coordinators and
local handyman to do the job. selecting healthy plants with ing Stelnhatchee, 125 deer and guests. Mr. Kelly, 1968-69'co-
wish a He can Install a window box good roots and tops. The next 74 turkey; and Tide Swamp, ordinator of the DCT Club was
you in short order.A activity is to prepare the 12 deer and 11 turkey. their guest and he receiveda
Happy and Holy good soil mixture, plant- planting site. For bed plantings Of the areas open to hog bottle of Passport 360. Mr.
Christmas' ing material adapted to the such as roses, dig in hunting, Aucllla provides best Bill Costello, coordinator of
exposure and plant care are 4 pounds of complete fertilizerper hunting with an estimated har- DCT received an electric per-
necessary for the success of 100 square yards of space. vest of 992. Gulf Hammock pro- culator and an electrft: lather
your window sill project. Also For trees or shrubs, dig a duced 144, Nassau 31 and Camp machine. All members of the
HURST'S' results In hole one-third larger in diameter -
for best winter. Blanding hogs. club enjoyed the good food and
locate the window box on the than the plant's roots. The Aucilla and Gulf Ham-
SHELL SERVICE sunny side of the house.A Mix a cup of fertilizer anda mock areas also produced best .
good soil mixture for house generous quantity of peatin squirrel results for the small
plants is equal parts of sand the top soil. Place the plantin game hunters. In releasing the
peat moss and good garden the hole slightly lower thanit kill report Stafford also reminded -
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in around the plant with the + STANDARD OIL
leaves and shadeIf teoev
soll-peat-fertlllzer mixture. with straw or
When the hole is half filled, it is necessary. Watering Lei.us yarY o4

.,.--.(.'. settle the loose earth with wa- newly set plants regularly is one gotytitne1beN BILL SILCOX, AGENT
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rainfall at a low pointat
when the space around the plantis
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also keeps the noxious pests
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While hoeing around the fruit
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Remember, don't use oil spray \1W1
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One material to use for scale W State
control during winter is mala-
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,IAt this Joyous time of the year we extend our mostf the rate of 3 teaspoons per INC.
sincere wishes to you and your family for the jp gallon of water. If necessary, HRIST ASSAM Starke, Florida
;holidays ever. No doubt there's a lot of follow with a second applica-
[your calendar. and probably some driving. As you tion of malathlon about three
get behind the wheel, remember that the T weeks later. A. rr sf
"/."/.. Don't spare the water duringthe
spirit of good will applies" on the highway too.
'So do your part to make it a safe and happy A i winter plants months.suffering Rememberthat from lack GRIFFIS

!season for everyone. IN.UIANU" of water may not survive the I STORE
double suffering of cold ands
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Points: to boost the Raider! mar- Orange Park Saturday night!!
Orange Park Is GlwmpionTornadoes I |lain to back t> 20 points and leaving BHS to face Fsrnandina. -

The fame! ended: 70-47, the .
'Worst defeat the Tornadoes had Terry McCool led Palatka
2 Games q I absorbs:! until then. At that with 20 points.
Drop (,'point the BHS. record stood at
32. OP Scoring: Summary
Palatka South used team- BHS-McKniRht 6-2-14: Grau
: j Iwork to edge a big undefeated! dons 1-0-2. Chandler: 8-0-18
_ Fernandina 57.55 In the second Murphey 3-1-7, Marks 1-2-4
game Friday setting the stags ;.Graudon 2-0-4( Rlhsrd! (0-0-0. Totals -

In Christmas TournamentComing 4 1 i'i4 'An ,44, J for a championship: battle with |,. 21547.SEASON'S ,

Coming out on the bottom Tornadoes of Bradford High consolation game 62-56 to big a tournament high 38 pointsto { n 1!
of the Orange Park Christmas lost 70-49 to Orange Park FrI- Fernandina Saturday.The lead the Raiders into the
Basketball Tournament, the day night and then dropped the two losses even out at finals. It was Schitchman's career -
3-3 the won-lost record of the high too.
ISMS quintet this season. It was Orange Park went on to take
also a big reversal after they the tournament championship
won the Bolles Christmas Tour- 57-55 In an overtime contest a
nament in 1968. with Palatka South Saturday r
BUS was down all the way night. The winning basket came -V
against Orange Park in the with five seconds left in the ., J
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d opening game Friday. Paul overtime on a 12-foot jumperby
Schitchman, op junior, scored substitute Brad Harris. It
was Harris' only two pointsof
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Palatka had edged Fernandina -
the tournament favorite,
May every blessing of this 57-55 in a hotly fought con- I
test Friday night to gain the
Christmas be yours as you finals.

gather with family and friends. Palatka trailed Orange ParkA rTrJL n ."

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BILL POWELLPhone Tom Marks blocks: a Fernandina players shot in ; I
the fourth period as the Tornadoes fought to catch up.
961-6464 most of the way In the champ- of 20 free threw attempts, a 10
404 W. Madison St. .... ( ionship but was never too far per cent aVI'MThey: / hit 24 I
.i.I behind. They finally caught up of 68 field goal attempts for a
with the Raiders at 55-55 with 35 per cent! average His! Tornadoes GREETINGS I
less than a minute left in the Coach Sexton noted, mada
fourth period on a driving lay- th neame number of field goalsas
n ATIONWIDEMSUItAMCB 'ocw '"' up by McCool. Fernandina.! To All Our Friends

May the holiday season Palatka controlled the ball BHS-McKnipht! 10-2-22, Grau-
twice on jump balls in the dons 1-0-2, Chan?lr 52.12, Customers and Coffee Drinkers
glow brightly for everyone! overtime and stalled for the Murph 00.0, Marks 4-4-12,
Greetings from ';one good basket. But Palatka's Johns 0-0-0, Graudon 4-0-8. Totals I
Larry Florence, who scored 24-8-56.
28 points In the championshipgame Fernanda:! Gordon 1-3-5
was fouled by Orange Tyler 2-0-4. Jones: 1-0-2. Alhrtis
Park as the ball was shov- 4-2-10, Hubbard 7-2-16 Johnson THE BRANDING IRONFelix i
S. NOEGEL eled in to him at the base line
2-0-4, Williams! 0-3-3, HIggIn-
.EANER for the close in shot. Florence
botham 7-4-18. Totals 24-14-62,
AUTO SALES missed the free thrown and and Betty SullivanHLLO ,
t Mildred and J. D. Orange Park controlled the rebound Orange Park Game
the first time in the Outscored in every quarter
overtime the Raiders had pos- Friday: night, the Tornadoes:
session of the ball. took a sound::! 70-47 trouncing
The Raiders brought the from host Orange Park Raider i
/ ball\ downcourt, set up, and Junior Paul SchUchman: went to I,
I .- Harris took his game winning work early and ended with a
-a jumper with about three seconds career high cf 38 paints. I I
\'- left.Palatka Orange Park had an 11-6 edge

closed out Orange after the first period and
Park's Sshitchman In the Shltchman had seven of those
+K chamy.o'iship game but the pa'nts.'! He scored mainly right
so1 Ral-' rs kept the lead on accurate under:: the basket on lay i
Vt. yJ outbids;! shooting by Mic- many times bringing down and II
V key Bras: and Brett Shannon offensive rebound and puttingthe OoPO
both of vi hTI g:. most of ths ball back up
points on lo.u baskets from the The Tornadoes had 41 rebounds )

cornets. a respectable total, but I
Fcmanfltna-BHS most were djf>nsv; rebounds.,
Looking like a .0 ally d.fferent! BHS had only 13 offensive rebounds -
ball club Friday right: the Tornadoes :! meaning they got overshot ,
We of Coach !Mike Sexton at the basket only 13 ,
pe Jumped off to a 1'J-B first period; times
Li Jolly the lead! over Fernand: B;ach. Besides SchUchman, the Tor- ut 4e44 N

yon David McKnight, who: scaled nadces hurt their own cause by
ring U7I 22 points, hit on four rn'ght'! shooting! a poor 29 per cent a. !
cheer Jumpers from close m as the from ihs field\ hitting only 20 of d
Tornadoes worked the ball In, 68 field! goal attem,ts, Christy
Freddie! Graudon added another Chandler led BHS scoring with
basket and BUS led 10-2 with 16 points! : and David: McKnight
; .t good fLrkd the game less than four minutes began to hit in the second: half!
.< ,,. old. and ened: w.ih: 14 potn's.! Play- May Christmas
o """ / ofh' But foul trouble caught up maker Tim :Mu-p'iey! had, 7
h01,2 p the Tornadoes In the second points, Fred Gravdon and Tom _bring to each of .
HAVE A JOLLY GOOD HOLIDAY "est, period! when the complexion of Marks! 4 each, and wingman friends
the game changed completely. Mark Graudons had: 2 po.nts. our many

FULL OF LOVE AND LAUGHTER BHS playiruker\: : Tim Murphey Chandler played: the most consistent joy and happiness.;
had three quick fouls he went gAme for the Tornadoes.
out of the contest with f.ve Brett Shannon w..h 13 points
DAVIS GROCERY fouls early in the third period and Mickey B-ckas with 10
and hadn't played much, in the points made three Ra'dais in
AND MARKETHOME second quarter. double figures: most cf their
Fernandlnclosed: the lead ,baskets came from the side on
OWNED AND OPERATEDBy Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. on charity baskets, scoring 10-li foot jumn rs. STARKE MOTOR PARTS
eight of their IB second, period Failing: to penetrate the zone
MR. AND MRS. DORSEY DAVIS Complete Builders Service points on them. By the halt the defense of Orange Park, the Frank Jarvis, Manager

STARKE, FLORIDA 219 E. Washington Phone 964-5270 half the Pirates had edged ahead Tornadoes were forced to shoot
2423. from outsids.:!: It wasn't until
"We lost It in the second( par- the sscnd: half that:: Chandler
iod!," Coach: Sexton said after and McKnight began to hit
the game. BUS scored only four from there at all. For the better -
points In ilnt quarter: both, part of the game:: the Tornv:
OSCAR DELL CLEANERS baskets by McKnight.In does ro ldn't buy a basket.:
tr the third:! pilod. Fernan- Scotchman! scored 13 of Or-
Johnny Ghent, Operator dina came: out with the fast ange Park's 17 points in ihe HOLIDAY 0)1}\
.Y rcN break and cpened! the'r' game second period:! as the Raiders!
winning lead.: Rebounding: : Tornado buIlt up an 11 point 28-17 halftime WISHES
shots the Pirates shot the lead.Opening. .
'f ball down court and made sev- the third period: the "_Xr
ertal lay UPS without n BHS Tornadoes closed !Schitchmanoff i. t>;
man on Uintt( en1 1 of the court. from the basket but left the! Santa brings our y
BUS failed to move the ball side :pen Brett Shannon then '
heartfelt best
t close for the good shot. went to work and 1 coed throe
f P P 4 '. Midway In the third period straight baskets! from .he ,I'e! wishes to you and
the Pirates held a commanding:: about I 15; feet out Schitchmin family.
I iro iA 47-29 lead. got Inside! then far a bicket, your
'r BUS began to com back to Shannon hi' main' from the
.(pa life In the fourth period, but side, then Sch.tchmnn came:
p L it was too late. Th'y clo'cl:! inside! azan! and tlC! Raiders
the gap to !57.54 then to .W-! :>8 had: a1118 lead
with about two minors left. Only then, down 23 points,
OV tt
But a basket! Al Alboi:! in the dH the Tornadoes: show any
J closing seconds and a: free sign cf life. Da'ldI: .-Knltht'! ,
throw by R. Will'nms put tha; who had gust t. one poiunfit t /
game out of reach. then, began! to b:>m'! the bikci
1909A Tom Marks and Christy from the sIde! H" h.t one, then
Chandler each ncJ! 'cd 12 lIo'nt'to missed!!' but Christy| Chandler: 7. .
McKn'prht'.s! came: high 22 tipped! It in. McKn'Kht'! though r
points for BUS, and Fred Grau- he hit only r of 17 fi'lJcal:\ at-
,..'il' lon added 8. tcmns. came: on for throe more
Chandler nnbbpl: 1 1J( rrbwnds(\ bi'l l **' .,- ':.;.:I\lrJ: clisoJ!' :
in the came ns he jumped 1 on the cap: burn 23 to 14 paints: !' pJ
HEARTY WISH WITH GLAD equal terms with Plnue play-: But Sclntchmnn krpt h'ttintc' !

GREETINGS TO YOU AND ors who wore (0-fi( and r N only six-fret tall nut Is ni'okns" !'! Joined! hm: and
YOURS FROM ALL OF US. fast becoming 0\1\ (' of the top began from the Mo for" his 10
1 rcbnunders in the Flnrli'a!! Elar ,points! in the fourth piind.Goiiiir .
Confpienpp. ncror'ding to Cnirh: inlo the find ((1-:'IIJ'1
Sexton Clinndlrr ha I 12 orf'n- the Toinadoos wire down Hi
sivc rr'jiun! :N nnd tipprd( in po'nts.!' 4'l-n.! : M KiiTlH: : hit from,
Mutual Lumber Company jtovnnl. hisfcptv.Milk the I sire': annln: : nn'I Chandler\ BRADFORD
HOLIDAY CHEERIt I Oriudons and l Fi" ,-!MlcGrnti'lnn lippocl nnilhor, cf his shots In
INCORPORATED rnrh had n i-'houtv's, to m.Ik": : It 4'K7.! :! cutting th- 01'I'a'l
Starke; Florida \Is with thanks that we extend a mot Happy and McKnl-rM had 7 The Tor- ) lo 12 p'llnlH llv closest N. Cherry St. Starke, Fla.

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the county; courthouse adjourned Friday. Dec: 6. at 1N
and Starke city: hall trill <'be the end of the day' for Christ I jcilUl
e101lel: for Christmas.from Wednesday mas holidays and will not open ".
noon until next Mondaymorning :% their doors again until Monday. __
The Telegraph has Jan 5."I'he. __
been told. Bradford: Chamber of
Both Starke banks the Florida Commerce had ald tt will be N
Bank at Starke and the closed from Thursday until
Community State Bank, will be Monday.' \% .- ...
closed only Christmas Day. Local merchants, however 1,.,
First Federal Savings tt Loan have set no un'lfomhoura for h q
Association will close Christmas the holidays, according to Roy ; :
Day and then 'will close :Burnham of Carp's, chairman
gain(Friday at noon to begin!! of the Retail Merchants Assoc
posting quarterly dividends. iation. SOme merchants will ba ,
School Board offices In the open late. Wednesday night on I 1't ff
old county courthouse will be Christmas Eve- but most will :!
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closed all day Wednesday until attempt to close as early! as \ "-"--- t', :,' N
Monday morning. Local schools possible. Most merchants will 1'f :
be open Friday the day after
Christmas. \ .M
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SILENT Teens Charged "
With BreakInAt

Bradford teenagers have
been arrested: far breaking and
entering: at the Sunshine Center
a west Madison: Street! ERMIE JONES WALTER ALVAREZ
laundromat:% owned by Jimmy

Bowen The two are David Padgett, ........ -.2!
18, and a 15 year-old juvenile. ,
Both have records of '
trouble accordirz to the Starke i
Police Department.Four drying machines: were rLili? fttla .

ipryed bare at the bottom and ,
coin boxes removed: around
midnight Sunday. Dec. 21, according
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to City Patrolman Pat
.May the true meaningof Henry. Bradford Deputy Glenn 5 '
And A And
Christmas make your Moore and:: Henry cooperatedin Happy' Prosperous Cam.
the Investigation. N
holiday the happiest.
About $40 in dimes were taken .
Patrolman Henry said. M J
The teenagers were arrested! N
two hours after the roboery.
W. L. THOMAS They were picked up on identification
by a witness who saw
DISTRIBUTORB. them in 'the, laundry. The two Ifrd7
reportedly' had the money still
P. OIL CORP. on them when arrested.


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41 School 9:45 a.m., worship ser- the second Psalms of the seven New Data Processing ProgramTo ting in the use of the computeras
Psalms of Christmas by Rod Question: Who Put DNOO..A
vices 11 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., a tool in performing"Indi- .
{ E'y Choir Practice 6 D.m.. Prav- Macquire. vidual projects in program- '
LAW er meeting Wednesday 7:00p.m. Refreshments were served to Start Jan. 7 At SFJCA ming. 'x In Christmas? Qm'stmasGird
PTA held Its 23 and every one had a fine Ellis said the is
Lawtey Primary "We feel this program will program open Almost every year from this
Data Program
By EHM Blaochard Christmas meeting at the time visiting. new Processing offer area residents a golden to high school graduates or per- time on, the question comes .1
Home Makers met aimed at stu-
school cafetorlum on Tuesday Lawtey preparing opportunity; ," Ellis said, "to sons with equivalency certificates up again-who put the "X" In : I j IM TN.a'a
with Mrs. Harry Faulkner on dents for direct entry into computer -
J at other than Christmas
short charge ,
evening. There was a get into this rapidly growing no and cries such as
y CHURCH ACTWTES business meeting. The kin- Thursday morning for their an- programming fields is set field of computer programingwith the regular College tuition. the unchristian approach to an There would not be the cosmopolitan
Grace United Methodist: Sun- dergarten won the room count. nual Christmas meeting. to start on January 7 at Santa its tremendous nation Individulas interested in obtaining otherwise solemn occasslon. variety of cards that
day School 9:45: a.m., Worship Following this the fourth, fifth Following the devotional the Fe Junior College, according to wide demand for trained per- additional Informationor 'Actually, if* been there all we have today. Hints at what
election of officers for 1970 was Business! Program Director the time. An X. used alone
i services 11 a.m. and 7:30: and sixth grades presented the / sonnel." in entering the Data Processing .. was around long ago are
held. Those elected were Pres- Leon Ellis. ouc ln combination with other shown In collection of
p.m. MYF 6 p.m. Drocrram "Happiness Is Christ- added Program should con-
Ellis ,
"Our program, letters often stands for the word
y 1 Rev. and Ms./ Don Denton, mas". A great feature was ident Mrs. Harry Faulkner, Ellis said the two-year program "will prepare graduates to en- tact Ellis at the College's West "Christ"; and an Episcopalian era. The designs have a
Mrs R. E. Lee and Mrs. Eu- the singing of Christmas hymnsby Vice Pres. Mrs. D. A. Jones. a first at Sante Fe ter the business field as a bus- Center, 723 W. University Ave- priest, explains: "This usage charming quality. Flowers and.
gene Starling accompanied 15 the choir and some boys and Sec. Treas. Mrs. T. V. Duck will enable students to move into iness or scientific programmer nue, telephone 378-5311, exten- Is quite ancient or as ancient birds children and pets. Sometimes
MYF members to Sub District girls sang solos, one trio of and Chaplain Miss Enza Blan-Mc- a four-year university pro- or analyst, to continue ina sion 55 or enroll during theCollege's certainly as the term "Christ.mas" a a star Santa or Claus.a bell but seldom
In Lake Mon- chard. Miss Martha Sue gram or serve as a terminal Itself.It Then
meeting City on boys sang a number. Everyone regular registration
baccalaureate degree -
program as now, however the cards'Intent
Cain conducted the installation Isn't so much how
education them
day evening. did their parts very well qualifying at the West Center OP you
or to move into other period Is the
1 It how same to
spell ;
as convey
of the officers. keep It
new you
direct into the business
New Years Eve service will and it was a pleasure to be The hostess served assorted entry specialized fields using their January 5-6, 1970. mat determines how blessed will good will, good wishes, the
be held here on Wednesday present. sandwiches, f-cake and coffee! -world. computer programming know: be the joyous season. hope of happy times to come.
evening December 31 at 7:30 After the performance room with Mr. and Mrs. H. J::. Priest I ledge as a working tool."
p.m. Rev. Farabee of First mothers served refreshments. after which every one enjoyed There and Lamar.J. Ellis noted that the program
Methodist In Starke will con- There were approximately 200 exchanging of gifts. S. Water has finished his will include certain general education -
duct the communion service. in attendance.On were twelve present including Guard
Miss McCain and Mrs. Chuck six months National courses but will con- Christmas Cheery
First Baptist: Sunday School Wednesday evening mem- training at Fort Knox, Ky. and sist primarily of practical ap- I
9:45 a.m., Worship services bers of WSCS and several guests Major.Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of is at home for the Christmas plication on modern high speed
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Train- enjoyed a Chrlsmas party at Jackson. Ala. spent the week season. computer equipment, culmina
ing Union 6:30 p.m., Midweek the home of Mrs. George Roberts -
services Wednesday 7:30: p.m. in Starke. Mrs. Vernon
Church of God: Sunday School Olin gave the devotional and
10 a.m., Worship services 11 read a Christmas story Mrs.II. .
a.m. and 7:30p.m.: ,YPE Thurs- H. Hamilton recited Legend
day 7:30 p.m.Highland of Service by Henry Vandike
Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. Chuck Major read

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in celebration. Thank you for your loyal support.

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journey of the three Wise Men to the little town of

Bethlehem. Like them, 'let us find new hope, new

courage, new inspiration in the bright and shining Theron A. Yawn P. D. Reddish Inman D. Green
promise of Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men. I

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Starling Farm SupplyEddie Gene Long J. R., Kelly George L. Patten ''t

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tt\t\stmaS1 The Courts serving this coun-
ty have a deep and abiding con- ? .
( Dear Gene: cern for the quality; of justice ',..
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ats received by the people whom
asks you I have just read the editorial they serve. They are ever mind-
v cone and ;Wou ; :. entitled "The American Way", ful of the need to conduct their
saY \It son trees which appeared In the December business in a manner which
\ a al'dll'gle 11 issue of The Telegraph. will inspire public confidenceand
\Nhat do Chr\\ \ .StL \ gold Ie justify' the faith which the '
about Cckage mll'ce P Confidence of the people In
; people have accorded to themas
\hero bebboned mistletoe their Courts and other American Institutions.
you d"g /Y'
Will -- institutions Is the very
i' bellsiens Will ndsg ow sins ?\ at bedrock upon which these Institutions It is refreshing in this day

\ and turkey\ a htlybu ch arch :: are founded. This when attacks upon our judicial
red brig I a I'lght'light \? confidence is as essential to system seem to be a popular xtSyr
ham af'dd candles\ from the .. the survival of "The American
national :
; and ; sic II' pastime, to see such
carols uld you! Way" as breath is to life.
holly\ orgal' and editorials as that which prompted
tion w?
3 and narrate IS However, the Courts as wellas this letter, for which I
ou men and the\: g ur Christmas al'd : our other Institutions, must offer my sincere thanks and t
forever demean themselves in
Dint Pings appreciation. tI
\ hat tray a manner calculated to inspire
At # t 0h ;searmidrthe i ? tIt .... ... public confidence and make I

sUggest ewhere \ .. themselves wisfh the faith Sincerely, TO BE ENJOYED THROUGHOUT THE YEAH
50m SwaSS5teR which the people to placein Theron A.Yawn,Jr. .\-. ... .. .... ...,.'...... -
found f g these institutions of their County Judge .;;. :. ;' ,.I; j :.'."" .v-JJi.> : :!\\r.; .,, I :/'-: '_ :'
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d bee 6e\h\ehe\ TO SEE CHRISTMAS .. I
o Chi has enerationse of hrist
": \f'gue, {or ssa\\ .i.s born) al'd hope, \he Open Up Your Heart And Mind
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Christmas\ that lfillment" The celebration of Christmas! takes on added

\he r eaUzat10t0day\\ a" the fu '\\! a Sights and sounds tell us that Christmas is Ilea,. meaning each >ear. It reminds! us that Illatt'rialliluc-

with romise al'd le mea(1\\f'g\ thew orld Mistletoe and evergreen in doorways: and u-indoivs cess holds little value if w'e neglect, the spiritual.The .
is .
simP\ Christmas cards and the sound of the postman at
tie in human endeavor that
t is of the
i born the door strongest !
fig VJeooe street-corner Santas and the aroma of
Christmas day IS until\\ good food from the kitchen toys in store windows family, and through this tie we project our good

01' Chr\s\roas\ and the sound of music wherever ice go; these are the wishes! and feelings to those around us.!
for Shalal\\ \\d and so \. sights and the sounds of Christmas.
-' sa\tlour
of US heart ? \\\'e\ must look beyond these obvious trappings of the

N r Il'di'lid ,,"'" J season to really see Christmas to realize the miracle Some of us express! the holiday in material ways

search ou IY of Christmas \lie\ must see Christmas through our through an exchange of gifts i others through an
heart and mindChristmas .
< exchange of cards!, personal visits or telephonecalls.

as the birthday of Christ, marks the anniversary But they all focus on the main theme of
of mankind's greatest heritage. This heritage, brotherly love.It .
'Ar\\ manifested in the life and death of Christ upon earth
brings into perspective icith unassuming dignity and
finality the realization that God has bestowed upon is the time of year when good-fellouship! in
1 1! 'git mankind the inalienable
e to merit eternal. salvation. spite of some commercial overtones, becomes! contagion -

So great is this heritage that despots, dictators and ?-hen friendly, kind thoughts! and actionsare

disbelievers ichile have come and gone for generations, and directed toward our fellou-maii. It is! a time
they have
oppressed and
persecuted the
miracle of Christmas its simple truth has held strong when voices! are heard in !song and prayer-and the
and firm in the hearts and the minds of mankind. cares of the world melt away.

The miracle of Christmas is the icorld's one single

heritage dominating and influence dignity. the simple affirmation of man's Let us try to extend the quality of the Merry'

ChrUtmas, of Christmas!! Day to the other 361dajs.

of Christmas. heart and mind and see the miracle in the year-by looking for positive ways to furtherthe

h ell-being of all mankind.

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the time of writing there I Ill..t Q POETS OF!MAS i JflYOTJS CHRISTMASPeace I.

are only a few days left until lot of different vegetablesare
Christmas and like everyone ,available at this time of
else, we are .:busy decoratingour year, but we think you'll have Longfellow, from whose ,
home putting up and trimming I to go far to equal a dish of poem. CHRISTMAS 863, I .
the tree, and wrapping common old mustard greens came the refrain, *1 Heard The ..
presents. The air waves are for a real taste treat. Alice Bells On Christmas Day", The .
full of Christmas carols and cooked up some the other night old familiar carols play", pen-
and just the odor of those ned a Christmas carol pre I
the happy spirit of the seasonIs greens served I
in many anthologies.As
a welcome respite from cooking was enough to makeus
research determine
far as can .
everyday cares and woes. By Sam McGarveya hungry. George Wither, a : .

5 young contemporary of .
Shakespeare, first coupled the .
When Sam was a kid up north, words 'Merry Christmai. .
The weather is staying unseasonably man over near Live Oak got he used to hang his stockingon Phillip Brooks who wrote : :
cool and the cropsof one of a very different kind the mantel with the understanding the verses of the beloved hymn : Ir :
berries and greens are doIng when in going out at night at that if he had been "0 Little Town of Bethlehem". ____ .
as well as can be expected, hls-farm recently he ran smack very good Santa Claus would also expressed his cntimentu : :
In view of all the recent heavy into a panther which threatenedhim fill it with goodies, Includingan in "The Voice of the Christ .
rains. So far, at least, we with a deep; menacing orange. If he had not been Child and "Christmas Every- .
have not had a hard freeze, growl. The man's story was good, his mother warned, he where .. .
substantiated later when well- in it buta Robert Frost Alfred/ Tennyson .
but suppose that any day nowa might find nothing .
and Sir Walter Scott,
defined tracks found that are .
frigid wave will come down were piece of coal. .
.besides: Clement .
measured four inches or so in amony many
from Canada and fail to stopat
Clark Moore (() "Twas the .
the state line, as all bad diameter. The man said the 5 Night Before Ch" rmas fame) .
animal black in .
weather is supposed to do. was color. Anyhow, as a rule he foundan who have enriched ChrIstmas. I .
5 orange in his stocking and tradition{ lyrically. .
S. C .
this may be hard to believe, .. .
but to him that was one of .
Alice had a delightful sur- About 10 years ago, a pan- the finest treats of the sea- ..
this ther was reported in the Law- .
prise week when a plant
beautiful I
sona juicy tangy "- .
she has in the garden tey area by Pete Wainwright, /l .
a Christmas cactus, came room out but he said it was a yellowishor which orange, all explain his own.that to All this of .......: ..

in bloom. The flower is a pink- tawny color. According to day, Sam may looks at a tree herein ii j .. 1Mi[ .
ish red and is very pretty a naturalist we heard on TV Florida laden down with hun- I .

especially at this time of the last week, the Florida panther dreds of colorful oranges and : :.
year. changes in color during growth from :\ .
thinks it is one of the most .
And he said that dheBi611
pan- .
beautiful sights In the world. !
thers seen In this state are .
For I will satisfy the weary --- --- -- =
Cracker cousins of the moun- 5 soul.-(Jer. 31:25).
And tain lions of the southwest. i i
speaking of surprises, I :
Another treat of the season It is agreed that we needto I ,
back then was German spice .
communicate with fel
cakes, small, .
round, dark-
colored cakes which were lowmen in order to establisha D .... oi... 0... I
good world. Could it be that D D .
dusted with powdered sugar and
FASHIONED which were so hard you could we need to communicate with : -- : ,

OLD barely dent them with your our Christ in dwelling in orderto .. ..
teeth. And they were good-- establish a good life? Prayer .
very good. helps us to commune with our .
WSHES[ 5 Christ self; prayer brings involvement : joy, and all
It is a pleasure again to within. As we with pray the we discover Spirit the blessings of i

you wish a each very and Merry every Christmasfrom one of that there is no longer self : Christmas be yours ;: :

'rteR Alice and Sam. We hope and Christ, but a merging f f'lto i
Our life is longer this holy season. i
you have a very enjoyable day one. no I' I
and that you get what you want empty but satisfied and pur- .. :
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May you find new friends and keep A ESSA .. ..

your old ones; walk in health ONE .. ..
and live In sunshine; and find the S

open lasting door contentment.to happiness and 7I11 I TRAIL RIDGE U PUN}:> HIGHLANDCdiloT. I

L. MATTHEWS. Edllor-Publliher .......... ... j
Published each Thursday and entered Second
CI.. Matter ml the Pnst Office at Slarke. Florid .

Jack & Gladys EdwardsU.S. under Art of March 3r', U79.Subscription S :

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HO Christmas gift? Make a shoe beans in large bowl. Melt but- IA t4r
:\\o! special request, I am enclosing bag by cutting out in news- ter In saucepan; blend in flour
the recipe for HOT paper, patterns large enoughto salt and cayenne. Gradually ,
BUTTERED CRANBERRY allow for different shoe add milk, cook and stir over
R PUNCH.; which some of you styles. Use a washable fabric, medium heat until thickened.Add r .SEAON'j;
might have enjoyed at the December cut and stitch the bag on the cheese; stir until melted.
Club two sides. Make a nar-
Woman's or may- long Pour over noodle mixture; mix
be your Circle Meeting. row hem at top and insert well. Spoon Vt of mixture Into
Place 2 tablespoons whole ribbon for a drawstring clo- 2-quart shallow baking dish.
cloves and 1 tablespoon;! whole!! sure. Sprinkle with Va: of the onion

allspice and in a tie.piece Twelve of cheese Q2)) I One Dish' Sausage rings. Top with remaining & .
Now hear this... cloth noodle mixture. Bake In moderate : BEST
sticks of cinnamon (broken in
25 min-
Dinner, Tasty over 350 degrees
Hope pieces), 1/4 brown sugar -
your holidaysare cup 1 pound frankfurters or utes or until hot and bubbly. At
(packed), 4 cups water, .
onion rings .1
Sprinkle remaining -1
happy days.Paul' 1/4 teaspoon salt 4 cups unsweetened cooked smoked sausage dish.
links around edge of
pineapple juice, 2
4 cups medium noodles Return to oven to crisp onion
1-pound cans jelled cranberrysauce.
Garage cooked and drained rings about 5 minutes.. "

Grocery Combine in sauce pan: spice
Kenny ThompsonU. bag, cinnamon, brown sugar, 1
S. 301 North CLARENCE DeSUE cup water and salt. Bring slow- lrlJl
ly to a boil, add pineapple fncrutVULh
juice and 3 cups water. Add R'e
mashed up cranberry sauce, UIIIa !
(you might use fork, electric I
beater, or blender). Bring to
a boil again and simmer 5 min 11 1 Att'We
Q utes. Remove spice bag, and
pour into heated punch bowl.
0 You will probably want to lift
out cinnamon sticks. Add small i
0r pats of butter and float clove- 9 3 iI
studded orange slices. You can '
serve this in punch cups or I
mugs, but it is a delightfulwarm 8 4
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What's important CLOTHING to! childrenin would like to thank you, our loyal

the clothing they wear? Two -
things frequently at the top I
fQ friends for
of the list are color and tex- your patronage this year.It .
ture. Children enjoy bright co-

lors.the Their three three strongest--most favoredare red, Time to soy."THANKS" for, has been a real pleasure serving all of you.

yellow, and blue. They aren't your friendshipand
concerned about how they com- good will.
bine color-- just that there is Florida Pest Control and Chemical Co.

lots of color. STAR KE ,\\l, I I' ', "I ", ;>.
Hand a child something new IIi"//I"" : / ,,. .ll, ROBERT HOWEN. MANAGER
and he wants to touch it and
hit luilir ind /
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xL' feel it. As a result, they like Sherry Richardson 1.1ninIoore:
Sy e fabrics that are soft to the [[TEXACO]
touch, such as fake fur, 66 Steve Richardson (ieor>:c l're\att
velvet, or corduroy. Jessie NVheelertime.
Buying clothing for childrenis Dave Shuford
May it bring you much' like buying clothingfor Ed Cole Otto Siemei Lawtey, Fla.
other family members, except -
full measure of there are a few special
considerations since they are -
growing. This means to look
joy and happiness. for deep hems, deep-cut arm-
holes, such as raglan sleeves,
no waistlines, and blouses and E Q 0
shirts with long tails. One word
about fabrics look for those 4ew
that will wear well and are .
: easy to care for. Whenachild'sclothes
fit him well, he is com-
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burn brightly in your CITY OF STARKE /

home and in your heart! CARL HURST KENNETH FUQUA

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P. T. Nolin Neil Tucker Jimmy Bowen

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t i'"I \';yy't;: ?t' ">!i "'$I- .. ''." yx 'gLlcy ':u "t'. (,!td'6:;.!Ms";"jj,..,, :''i"s.:;'. \:"
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Held Ellis Thornton :":;jFlp'\A.: \ P l;.:nib 1'{msY 1g.i/0MW'k; V3'O'Q M" :'f t]' d ;t} in, ', d ;::; .?, <:A.; J w.'.,'.%.1!s5 ','j y "t' II

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Services Held 't ,i/t'a?i't.{:>Q(i.1'tt" ,;; >\ 5: ; xs; ;) 3; .< ;Q.\t\$", aNa ,ay' 'Jjr/
Clark I
For Arthur 3 .m : > ; '0<'E$'> t>H y 0' .. ... ,. Af1' t'
!\{"a/, .tVft: ;{' ki'w : aa, :./i' / -4. ; : ;{F ..;. t'J"fJ..;.,, .
I Tuesday Morning N :Y7' .:: ;t [?> ; '; 'k, I '. ;;'''<< < 7.
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Killed In Vietnam Ci/'Ji.f" >> .' ". :
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Specialist 4 Arthur Boyd Ellis Thornton. 66, of Starke,, ,<,,,lj"i.,., W "'. ....<.> > i' ,
killed !li Friday afternoon In ai "" ,.....? ., ,+t.. % i 1 y- u '.i- '.M4; ,.. .:)q' iM: ;ds v'1'1"
Clark, 25, who was died ; .v. .. ; d3".. : 't r. s ',?' ,
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Decem after q ,' '
hospital : /
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action In Vietnam on Macclennny = 'v 'f .k;.'.>.".'v'Jt'\\. \\. .: :" f\ll'ii { '" .. ."v"" 7"! ''
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burled Sunday at illness. "' :tt.: :,"",: ":. : /,, If I
ber 11, was extended <"i.<<.".. ..'"'..,'....,.', H.. _" .
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with military honorsat Mr. Thornton was born < --= '"
;,2:30 p.m. 'T. =:
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the graveside in Hope Cemetery Baker County on August! 3, 1903. f II .. I\

Theressa. the son of the late John and PRESBYTERIAN
Specialist Clark was born In Carrie Mann Thornton. He wasa ]tVEROREEN; ; BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST! CHURCH FIRST 9:45 .
School : a. m.
Stsrlre' on April 26, 1944 and retired Insurance agent and I CHURtiH. LAWTEY.; Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.?; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Mora Sunday Youth ..

!lived here until jclnlns tho arm member of the Mormon Church. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday School: 10 un. Mora- Morning Worship and Communion 'Ing Worship. 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship, 11 Choir a. m. Prac-' .

1 ed forces and leaving for Vietnam Surviving are his wife/ Nata CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS J DC Worship. 11:15. Sunday Service, 11 a. m. Evening Wor.hlp, 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship. 6 p. m.
8 m.
last June. Prior to entering lie Thornton and one son, Sunday School 10 a.m. 418 East Call St. 1 light service. 6:30.: Highway. services, 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting 7:30 p. m.; Wednesday ties: Wednesday Robert p. D. Burchi' '..

the service, he was em Donnie, both of Starke; a sister Worship Service, 11 a.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30:: :125, northwest of LawteyRer.. .. Worship service 7 -Rsv, J. C. Saunders, pastOIAlORGAN -. Rev

ployed in a cabinet shop in Mrs. Alma Slmonton.' and Evening Service, 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday SChool 10. Sac... ]1. L. Bennett pastor. p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
Jacksonville. He was a member one brother, Allen F. Thornton, Friday Night Cottage Prayer ment. llis. KOA1 CHAPEL: GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH

of Bayless Highway Baptist both of Jacksonville; and four Meeting. Monday Primary 4:30: p.m. PINK LEVEL> BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday Highway 100-A

Church. grandchildren: Thursday Night, Prayer Tuesday MIA 7:30 p.m. Sunday fiohocd. 10 a. m. Mom HAMPTON; CHRISTIAN School, 11:00: a. m. Morning .
Surviving are his wife, Alice Funeral services were held Meeting( In church 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief Soclet: ; jig Worship. U a. m. Pre-Ser- CHURCH Worship 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 10 am. Morning

Faye Clark; two sons, Sheldon .at 10 a.m. Monday n Jones lie. Youth Service, Tuesday nigh 7:30: p.m/ rtces (Booster Band, Young Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Worship, 11. Training Union .r

and Samuel, and a daughter, mortal Chapel with Elder Dean 7:30: -Dean Hansen people, and Prayer Service! I'. !Ing Worship at 11. Evening I: stoip. 7 p.m. Evening Worship ,Q

Serena; his mother, Mrs. Mora Hansen and Elder Wilfor Jordan p.m.Ivy Luke, PastorS Branch PresidentJORDAN >. m. Evening Worship 7 p. mMidweek Worship 7:30.Rev.: Cart Wednesday::30 Prayer Ser 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting ,

Clark, all of Starke; two officiating. Interment was Service.. Wednesday! Clarke, pastor vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday 8 p.m. Rev. Don Drawdy, ,'\,

Starke brothers, and Huntley Fichard Clark Clark, U.of In Crosby Lake Cemetery: with YRNA MISSIONARY MISSIONARY ?'::30:;I p. m. H3. R. Bowers D. D, night-1:00: p. m. Family night. Pastor ,

in Guam five sis DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST MISSION vNkr. -
S. Marines, ; ?
tare, Mrs. Juanita Simpson, In charge of arrangements. t>33 w'Sunday, Pratt School St. Sunday, 10 a.services m U. S. 301 North, behind TUo ( 1.... .'

Mrs. Evelyn Carter and Mrs. : tee Frees Drive In. Sundi :
Bonnie Seay, all of Starke; Mrs. Infant Mobley Preaching, 11 1m.Evening. Training Worship School, 10 a.m. Worship Se1"o I 1#, !:
UnlcJi. 3:43: p. m.
Mary Crimsley, Jacksonville; Held! welcome. vice, 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Praj ; f ,.
Lake Services 7 p. Everyone .
and Mrs. Leila Mae Byrd, ,.
Service 7:30 Wedneada I I
er p.m. .
pastor ..
Elder: A. O. Flynn .. ..
Olive pastor E. 1 L.
Mobley, son of Leroy
held Infant Michael : )
services were
,associate pastor. : ; {
in Hope Baptist Church with Mr.! and Mrs. Wayne Mobley, ST. \MARK'S EPISCOPAL Oriffls! .?' : .:'
Rev. Merle Packham and Rev. ,died Sunday: morning In a Gain CHURCH, STARKE .Jj '
6J :
Don Drawdy officiating. Bur- esville hospital. Sunday Services: EVERGREEN BAPTIBfHl&hwaxW. '. .}
ial was in the church cemetery Besides his parents, survivors 10:00: a.m. Church School. Nerttvmt\ ; 8' 's. l/f.IV- f

with DeWitt C. Jones in are the maternal grandparents 11 a.m. Family Service. Lawtey. Sunday School, 10 ss jnMornlnjf 2 : ;
charge. Mr. and::! Mrs. Edward (Holy Eucharist 1st tid: 3rd ,Worship, 11:15. Sun., l ltai r

.. .., E. Mcbley, of Starke. Sundays: Morninj: Prayer, 2nd day Night Service 6:30.--Rev. I + A .
Funeral services 'were heldat and 4th Sundays.) R. L. Bennett pastor.CHURCH il"t

3 p.m. Tuesday In Calvary W .
NEWS ABOUT Baptist Church with Rev. R. .rI: >:
officiating. Intermentwas BROOKER BAPTIST 'Kran : r ;
H. 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark*
in Macedonia Cemetery in BROOKER FLA. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worst:
Jim Temple pastor If
MEN with DeWitt C. Rev. iiv
SERVICE Baker County Home in charge. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ron Services. 11 a. In. and 7:30 i p. $ :
Jones Training m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7;::30
Bristol. Superintendent.
: ii1:
; Union 6:43: p.m. Lowell pan.-Rsv. y W. Kiid:! past:>l'. ;' Another year has passed jy ti1

Stewart son of graduating from basic combat Douglas, Director. Worship; ;:3 :::
PFC Nolan and by. we cannot
Ga. gone
Louis L.Stewart, training at Fort Banning, Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern
Mr. and Mrs. He has been assigned to Com Outlaw, music director. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 'r:$ :;.;
been assignedto So out the
Raiford, has change ring
i of C, 5th Battalion 1st Bri- Highway( 100 at 'fheressaSunday ) yf i+
Division pany
(Airmobile the !101st) Airborne in Vietnam, as a gage, U.S. Army Training Cen DE DAN BAPTIST CHURCH School-10 a. m I 't old year and ring in the new f'f' .;:"::
ter, Infantry. liorl1lnaWonhipll a. m. ,
rifleman. awardedtwo BROOKER Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Training Union-6:30: p. m. I 1 }, with high resolutions. These ,}' 'i iN .
The promotion was Evening WOI'shlp-7:15; p. m
Aviation Ordnanceman GeneE. than usual, Services 11 a.m. and 7 ::>, ,::
earlier been
husband of the months Wednesday Night Prayer Set bells which have long '.
6 : :
Knlffe, USN Training Union p.m.-
Estabrook, of under an Army policy provid- p.m. vices-7:30 p. m. Rev. MetPackheun :.. j
Barbara Sfi
former Rev. Lacy Conway pastor. call
ing incentive for outstanding used by churches as a
Brooker, is serving at the U.S. pastor.FIRST
It based on range .
trainees. was .
Naval Air Station"Annapolis, Pensacola.of firing and physical combat proficiency FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH to worship, are ringing an ;::;, ..:
the '
Known as test scores, military STARKE ASSfci.MBLi: OF GOD } : ;.
station begin'i
the Air, the Pensacola for bearing and leadership poten- Opportunities for service: OF STARKE >; opportunity for you to
[ provides flight training[ Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning: ;
tial. West Weldon St. and Ra U and
Naval Aviators. worship I{

student Worship at 11: sermon""Good Road ,, .. ..... ...,....:.:..:,.:.inijimHmmmWiiHHHiimmlmilH::! .: : .:::! :: ::!: ;:: :!.: :!! : the new year at .
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YWA liHiiiiinliiiliHItjjjIJJllJHjplliilillitf: !! ::: : : !
Donnie C. Jackson, son of A traveler returned from Tidings of Great luncheon Joy. at the Sunday school: 10uo: a. m. ,S mH::::::!.:::.:...: ::: ::: :: :::: : : : :: :: ... ::!"!!,:,ii::;;: with' the Lord in His house. .: y.,.
covered Misty
Mr. and Mrs. \Henry C. Jack- the scenic West hays some of 11:00: a, m. Morning Worship; ;. """j ;mmg: :: "
son, of Route 1, Starke, was the grandest mountains have church 12:13.: AssoclatlonalCarol 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services;; 7:00 ::;: mmi img:' !gmm!E!!'!| Start now and" be faithful :+:y ;;:
Graham Baptist world
Sing at in this ;
Services. Church IS God's appointed
E-2 Evangelistic The agency
promoted to grade: upor the worst Indian legends. p. m. mmi
Church 2 p.m. Training Union, Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. MidWeek :;: for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and ji-ijiij! throughout this year. Attend :*,;

6:15. Christmas Cantata, "BornA PraYCr Meeting. '':;;: !mm of His demand (for man to respond to .that love by ;ijjii;::::;;;, :ty}::':
M King" presented: by the : imm' i Church regularly.dSSSs >f;
Pastor: tester F RichnidsoiHEILBRONN mim his ne'ghbor.' Without this grounding in the jjjiijlj
Church and Youth Choirs, 7:30.: } ; ; loving r K.
I love of Gad, no government or society or way of life iiiiijij
Meeting m!!!! f
Wednesday Prayer BAPTIST :r :::
: ?t t
y Feu e1.jOf 7:30.: Church Choir Prac: CHURCH, HIGHWAY IS N. ;:f. imm will long persevere and the freedoms Therefore which we from hold HHmi:: : !Ij! ::{..:
i dear will inevitably perish. even
tice. 8:15. :: m m so
Sunday: School 9:43: a. m. \:: ': ;:
atTHB1 -W. A. Hogan; pastor. 11. Tralnln : jHim a selfish point of view one should support the Church imm j ; : .
.yrocc4ttay Morning Worship. : :: :
T Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Sei >$ !mim: ; for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. \\Hmi..' ;! 9 .. .;.
NmVPI MADISON: STREET sloe, 7::3(). Mldneek Prayer &Sei- ,.:? II"i iiiiiii Beyond that I, however, every person should uphold iimiij.; ... ::: .
; in the Church because it tells the truth jmiHi ; :
BAPTIST CHURCH vice 7:30.Rev. : R, iHH;;;;!;! and participate :
I HENJR.YGRADY Sunday School:: 9:45: ; Worship li. Tommy Howe, P&atoGKAH.VM : !Hmi about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which HHiH!! d i:! ya'

Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. ';( alone will set him free to live as a child of God.Col.mon ?!iHH! l?'! yp'' .

Youth Choir practice, 4:30; : BAPTIST CHURCH :: im11! j''miiiI......i! :".., ::.;
l i'r 0(1[ Youth Fellowship Supper, 5:30: ; Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng r::- iniiil I INItY l ,- .
Training Ur.::.n. 6:13: ; WMU Worship! 11 a. m. and 7 p. I .,.,.... ;:j
'r"n1[] ull IC9t'e I..... Ad* S r*
1 II Circle 715.: Denton Fred Johns, posit: :'
Prayer 111.Rev. 1,0 : !
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Sumrall, pastor. JlimmiiHmmimUHiiiiimiHiimimiimHiimiimmmimiimimmiimUiimmmmi!! !! : :: :: : : ::
c nciaiatutc cibj laMtdto :'liERn'ER BAPTIST !I : ::: : !:: ::!::: : : :.! : : : : : !:: : :: ::! : : : : :. :
FIRST UNITED METHODIST Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning ; ::

p you STARKE Worship 11 A. m, Tralnin 1' : w:v
Sunday Church School, Unicn, 7 p. m. Evening Worshlj! .s:
The ultimate in downtown convenience.Closest to service -
0:43 Morning! Worship. Serviceof Wednesday night
: ; 8 p. in.
Atlanta Merchandise Mart,theaters; In center 11 Everyone we : ....
Nine Lessons and Carols, 7:30 p. m .
of the finest shopping area.Beauty and Barber Shops, y.
8p.m. Parker, pastor.
o'clock; MYF Snack Supper, come-li. L.
Theater,Secretarial and Shopping Services, Beverage "66" j:
.; MYF Meetings, 6:30: ; STARKE
store, Sundries stand.Superb meeting and ballroom SHELL
Christmas HURST
Evening Worship .
facilities. All rooms conditioned and with TV. Airpark Baptist Church FAULKNER 'j
:Musical Program, Three Choirs .
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; bins SERVICEBill
t New Motor lobby-drive right Into the ? Participating, 8 p.m. SERVICECarl
ing Worship. 11:00: a.m.; ; SERVICEAND
1"r hotel Reasonable rates !JJ lj Monday Church. Wide Wed. GULF Ph. 964-72S1::1;
ing Worship 7:00: p.m.; Edwards -
\i.,..... Christmas Party In FellowshipHall. Prayer Meeting and Bible Stll. Hurst Phone 964-6111 .....
,,' -I\-, Downtown at Peachtrei I Cain Sts. 7 p.m. dy 7:00: p.m. Study on Book 01 Tire Tni-lng : ::

/ .y P.O. Box 1418 TuesdayAdult Caroling Psalms. C. J. Sheffield, pastor; HAUL RENTALSTruck Headlight Adjwtlng :.1
'=I..1 __ Phone:404/524-3211 Party 6 p.m.Wednesday. Everyone Welcome. ..:
.. -- Christmas Eve Brake Service :
RE TAVRANT.COCKTAIL LoOUNOm Holy Commur '+, Traileri
Candlelight LAKE BAPTIST Wheel Balance and ;;;

11 p.m. If1NGSI.EY Complete Lubrication :-i
ATLANTA; -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. Sunday School 9:30: ;; Tram: Alignment

Pastor Union 10:15: a.m.; Morn: I I Minor Tune Ups _I PROMPT ROAD SERVICE :. .%, : .
WOI< '
;Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Avenue M '
1011 N. Temple --"
ship 7 p.m.; 'Prayer Meet I AD Minor Repaln {.,

I 7:30:Pastor VLedne.d: Rev y:'Robert Wlst!: PHONE 964.5899 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple ATS. Starkea..1',.;:,:, <:

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:. STARKE BUILDERS Hlway 301 and 100 '......,;.

Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial. MOBILE HOMES_ Sunday Service: Sun day 410 S. Temple Starke LAWSON : rr
Equipment School. !9:45: a, m. Morning Woi Featuring Ace Hardware
ship 10:4t: 11.. m. Evening Sei j1
Air Conditioning MUSTANG Complete Paint Suppliesand MEAT MARKET
Heating By vice 6:30: p. m.tlldweek Sej Goods lCheek :,
General Electric Santa Fe Tractor, Mobile Homes, Inc.G.IneavlUe'a vice Wednesday.: 7:15 p. m. Sporting COLD STORAGE!; : ;11 1

Charles Reese, minister i With Ua F11'st"Z19 AND :: ,
Ruis'a Sheet Metal\ Inc FORDFarm Discount Mobile in Outom Slaughter. ::;:::, '..
We specialise
Catnewllle! -2520 N E. 18th Ter Tractors St Implements Home Sale Lot. i Washington St.. 964-5270 EDwARDSGrocery fag Cutting and Wrappioc ::. $#

Free ?f
n/i'JSVr1 PART SERVICE BRONZEWOODLow and MarketClro"ieerlj"crxeus. Prepared for Deee

AUTO/ SALES N W 6th ;Ph. 376.25<18 Monthly Payments Now just remember, all Is FLORIDA WHOLESALEPhotM '11{r

GARDEN SUPPLIES 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134 veil for those of us who love ;;: Feed :;;.::

BRASINGTONCADILLAC tie Lord, for behind the dim ii. OIL 4-705t ..'r:::
standeth God within I "
OLDSMOBtLE unknown, EST :
SALES It SERVICE Johnson & Fans, Inc. he: shadow, keeping watch above Jack aad Gladys. Edward PALMETTO STREET :. ..:,.
MUSICBALDWIN This believee --
Fine Selection of Used Can His own. : ONTROLS .
Tahro OB Cadillac Trade SEEDS PLANTS' > not afraid. ::: ". U. S. 301 South Starke J-

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378S301Berkley Insecticides Pet: SuppliesFERTILIZERS >PIANOS- ORGANS .. c.MAi co. PHONE '"-Ul1 i '

: Motors, Inc.TOYOTA We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders ."-: BR.ADFORDCOUNTY I; ;1 Y
378-047 er co Starke Fla. TELEGRAPHOFFICE
224 N.W. 8lh Ph. : 53*, t;. Call St. ,:;::

4 wheel drive and ear MATERNITY WEARFOR O'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-535 I :. Ptbme 964-5745 for FREE SUPPLIES ;+%
Sales Parts Service l..aeetioDS and Estimates tsitADFORDABSTRACT TYPEWRITERS ;;I:

1700 N. Main 376-1268 CO. ADDING MACHINES
A FULL LINE OF Long Distance Moving :

Lingerie Dresses Slacks UTQ.SERVICEGilbert.
O Storage Packing ". .
Beauty Academy Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits O Crating Shlppinv tjVILLIAMSJEWELRY Better Service For You PHOTOCOPIERS: tr'.m".50;. ;:

POWELL'S EXPECTANTLYYOURS Free Estimates CaU : S: BrownStandard '''to $6 29. Take the drudgery out : '

HILL'S ,Title Problems of paper work.-.
Oil Servlee Blatloa

Beauty Academy INC. Service Inc. li, ATLAS Official Class. Rings Abstracts LEGAL FORMS.rAVROLL : :I
Van TIRES BATTERIES Keepsake Diamonds
Learn a Profession la Your '06 W. University Opp. S.F.JC.HEN'S 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vllte ...diet Term.Road Senrle BULOVA WATCHES ENVELOrES
'oare Time. Full or Part Time 372-4271 PHONE.-707[ Title Insurance ').1

_219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 407 N. Temple StarkAIfURSTr'S Stark
142 W. Call SU J.
WEAR 158 W. CaD Ph. M4-4881 :

ELpa'TRlC MOTORS 1' Phone 964-7064" | B>w | H, H H MI>l BBIjMp l iMHit Hl B H iM i a iHaii aassjAassaavaia iHaiHasjHa .1-;:


SHELL .... LIft'" :i trar .
005T c.-m....
I Griffin Salts FforfdaServices
Northet -
la Tw.rv.
We Serve
Co. .r Arrow Shirts Florshelm Shoe Service Station Owned By ThoM ir"

01 Oal"-We, 10c .t Formal Rentals %'ia pill Labrleaiion BlatrkaUi"-Beyato.e Hak11t.P118t1 .t
Repairing: wtnding Ladles Sportswear 666 'M onarch Tire A Batiericl ''Y.

Nssr sail Ueet Z STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY ROAD SERVICE .:::::,.a, ;:::: .::::: '

MM N. ,". rain ryrACE.12 J1Z-&all1 aad GAINESVILLE MALL 101 aadJUM .-.MuM /

:JEU2CR PH DEC. 25, 1969 .


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i &ss : ; s&52 LIKE THE FOU RTII
Observance of the New, YearIn
| HAMPTON 1 China may be coimpared Jo
our own Fourth of July,Christ-
mas and Thanksgiving rolled
ialoj- if By Mrs I>. E.- nm- &T Into one. To the accompaniment -
SCHOOL CHRISTMAS Friday's schedule at of exploding Hrf: crackers: ,
PROGRAM school included a movie in U everyone feasts gives!! presentsand
Students of Mrs. Mabel Flet- 'morning and class parties in cards and make;!ceremonlal : '
cher's Primary four class at ,,the afternoon. Following the visits to relatllves and
Hampton Elementary School entertained ,two-week vacation, classes begin friends. Also, all family debts
r the school assemblyand again Monday, Jan. 5. are paid.
parents with a Christmas @hrismas
program Thursday morning last PERSONALSMr. (
I.rl us! pauso IjjI'a week. and Mrs. Ronald Howell
With Hall and daughter Ginny spent several
Philip as announ- J@ir
during Ihts" season a cer, the program opened with ; days with Mrs. Howell'sParents cti1J S
." of cheer undremember ReggiE! Brown singing"Rudolphthe Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
l Red-Nosed Reindeer", and Tilley. The Howells, of Cocoa,
'.1 Him who U1 Thelma Keaton and Betty Sim- were on their way to Ashville,
mons "We Wish You A Merry N.C. and Hampton, Va.
saved us all ? ? 0DeWITT i Christmas." Dara Bishop Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath and 1 1s f
played "Silent Night" on the Mrs. Grace Searle were in i ,y
organ, Patty Carroll gave a Miami Beach from Wednesday,
Christmas reading and Ann- through Saturday last week
:' ette "Chanukka", in connection: with an electrical
Shealy sang
IIq _... ..... followed by Ricky Brown, sing- engineering meeting attendedby
ing "Will Santa Come to Shan- University of Florida fac- To you, who have doneso
'' teytown? and accompanying ulty members. much to make servingyou
:A himself on the guitar. Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Baker a joyful privilege, we
"Go Tell it on the Moun and children of Orlando spent
tain" was sung by Tammy Brad- last weekend here with Mrs. extend our warm good .fqiC; ',:. .
ley, Sheila Rhoden, Lori Stin- Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. wishes and greetings, our :(,i"r; i' ",
son, and Annette Keaton. "Jol- R.H. Parker, and with her bro- thanks. '(,
ly Old St. Nicholas" was sung ther-in-law am) sister, Mr.and grateful ,1 J.iP.:
by Aleica McClellan, Addle Mrs. M.R. Misner and family
Melton, Sherry Peeples, Pat in Gainesville.
Estes, and Belinda Jackson. Misses Wendy and Debbie
The final number on the pro- Hill, daughers of Mr. and Mrs.
gram was a playlet by 20mem- D.E. Hill, and Eddie douse and
bers of the class "A Tree in Greg Bennington of Bradenton, r
the Park." Speaking parts and drove to Michigan last week, EVERY GOOD WISH
chants told the story, with for several days' visit with
C. JONES Christmas carols repeating relatives. They planned to return FOR THE HOLIDAYS
thoughts of the children as they to Florida on ChristmasEve.
went to find the Christmas tree. .
nuis.ve\ can nix effs'ppraycrc
which they offer for peace
It's Christmastime and fellowship; and we can]
hear the warm greeting which
Wherever You Go comes from every heart. ROY JACKSON:

The spirit of Christmas is a
universal spirit, which each Florida Hydrocarbons CompanyAND
nation has shaped into Its own SILENT I /
Individual customs and trad- -
itions.In. NIGHT I / \
various observances we SMITH: PLUMBING!
can sense the gratitude which AND SUPPLY CO.
men feel for the hope of Christ- Florida Gas Transmission
( Contracting: and rt-potrs
Plumbing Fixtures: -
Water Heaters Pinrnps { COMPRESSOR STATION 16
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1 Killed In Vietnam Tuesday MorningEllis '#. .,a+i.i:?;.! :t X''w''1;?;Y 4i", 't:ti: i: Z. 'Y>seyY' .. 4e,t'v d "..) tIAi; "' .:;, ;k"; ,, .t:'YiAt {i :f?' : ::1fitj!":', ,,f f.tm.l ,",'Yi"

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Specialist Thornton 66 .. '' "{ .f<$ ,, : ; ," "
who was killed li afternoon In a> ".,.hi .. .. V :. ,Lp t r n. r. .,,' :>, ,:r,,,:;:?< -.-
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action In Vietnam on Macclennny hospital =-.J :: >ssn">,;'", ,5 t< f "''."';'''''v'-U. ;' ,"",,,,:.,:' 'W" 'v,,'7'... ",."{":i '
,ber ll, was burled Sunday at extended illness. v-'W'i". aiXx",?"" 'K ">>So/" ,," ., / -
;,2:30 p.m. with military honors Mr. Thornton was born In :;;' < nh',i, f' (

'at the graveside In Hope Ce- Baker County on August!' 3, 1903. r -

metery, Theressa. the son .of the late John and I I. s

Starve on April 26, 1944 and retired insurance agent and CHURCH LAWTEY Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. .

i Uvtrf here wltilJlrtho member of the Mormon Church. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday School 10 ajn. Mo1"ll" Morning Worship and Communion Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Youth t

ed forces and leaving for Vietnam Surviving are his wife, Nata- CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS Joe Worship 11:15. Sunday Service, 11 a. m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m.; Prayer Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir Practlce. -'

last June. Prior to entering Ito Thornton and one son, Sunday School, 10 a.m. 416 East Call St. Night service 6:30. Highway. services, 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting. 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.
the service, he was employed Donnie. both of Starke; a slater Worship Service, 11 a.m. 8:30: B Worship service Rev. Robert D. Burch I
cabinet shop In Sunday Priesthood, ;: US, northwest of Lawtey- y. : -Rsv. J. C. Saunders, pas"AIORGAN --
in a Mrs. Alma SImonton.: and Evening Service, 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday SChool. 10. Sacr -- R. L. Bennett putor. p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. "
Jacksonville. He was a one brother, Allen F. Thornton, Friday Night Cottage Prayer ment. 11:15.: ROAD CHAPEL; GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
ber of Bayless Highway both of Jacksonville; and four Meeting. Monday Primary 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a: m. Sunday Highway 100-A

Church. his wife Alice grandchildren. Thursday Night, Prayer Tuesday MIA, 7:30: p.m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. :Morning HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School, 11:00 a. m. Morning ,
Surviving are Sheldon Funeral services were held (Meeting In church 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief Soclet: Worship, U a. nu Pre-Set CHURCH Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School, 10 am. MornIng -
two sons
and Faye Samuel Clark;, and a daughter, at 10 a.m. Monday n Jones Me. Youth Service Tuesday nigh 7:30: p.rm vices (Booster Band, Yotmr Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Worship, 11. Training UnIon

his mother, Mrs. Mora mortal Chapel with Elder Dean 7:30: -Dean Hansen People, and Prayer Service, &' Worship at 11. Evening I I dhlp.: 7 p.m. Evening Worship
Clark Serena, ; all of Starke; two Hansen and: Elder Wllfor Jordan p.m.Ivy Luke, Pastor Branch President p. m. Evening Worship, 7 P. m Worship, 7:30.: -- Rev. Carl Wednesday!: ::3U Prayer Services 8. Wednesday Prayer: Meeting'

brothers Huntley Clark, of officiating Interment was Midweek Service Wednesday Clarke, pastor 1st and 3rd Wednesday 8 p.m. Rev. Don Drawdy.'

Starke, and Richard Clark, U. in Crosby Lake Cemetery with SMYRNA MISSIONARY JORDAN MISSIONARY ?:r0 p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. : night-1:00 p. m. Family night. Pastor .

S. Marines, in Guam; five sisters DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST MISSIONU. VMtcr. .
Mrs. Juanita Simpson, in charge of arrangements. b33) W. Pratt St. Sunday sere '0
S. 301 North behind Tutee >
Carter, and Mrs. vices: 'Sunday School, 10 a. m
Mrs.Bonnie Evelyn Seay, all of Starke;;Mrs. Infant[ Mobley Preaching 11 1m.. Training Freez Drive ID. Sundi 8er'- I' j1 r :.;:
10 Worship
School a.m.
ni Worship rrf
Mary Grimsley, Jackson..illejand ; Union: 3:45: p. Evening
Mrs. Leila Mae Byrd, Lake Services Held! 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Praj' ;
er Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesda; :
-Elder A. O. Flynn, putorST.
Geneva. ,.
Funeral services were held Infant Michael Mobley, son of Leroy Olive pastor; E ]L. .".. ;.;

in Hope Baptist Church with !Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mobley, MARK'S EPISCOPAL prints', associate: pastor. << v

Rev. Merle Packham and Rev. ,died Sunday morning in a Gainesville CHURCH, STARKE : : :';

Don Drawdy officiating. Bur- hospital. Sunday Services: : EVERGREEN BAPTIST :

ial was in the church ceme- Besides his parents survivors 10:00: a.m. Church School. Htghway.J2J5,. 'NQfUWJt\ '( i 8 ;

tery with DeWitt C. Jones in are the maternal grandparents 11 a.m. Family Service. Lawtey. Sunday School, I.QaJr .... ...
charge. Mr. and:! Mrs. EdwardE. (Holy Eucharist 1st y.\A: : 3rd Morning Worship., 11:15. Sunday -. N .

r Mcbley of Starke. :Sundays: Morning: Prayer, 2nd Night Service, 6:30.-Rev.. 4f
Funeral services were heldat and 4th Sundays.) R. L. Bennett pastor. i

3 p.m. Tuesday in Calvary I: ::
NEWS ABOUT Baptist Church with Rev. R.
H. Butler officiating.! Intermentwas BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCI :
in BROOKERFLA. 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark

SERVICE MEN Baker In County Macedonia with Cemetery DeWitt C. Rev. Jim Temple' pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worsh;, II

Jones Funeral Home In charge. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ron Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: ]p.
Bristol. Superintendent: Training m. Prayer Meeting. Friday, 7ipra. : I
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Union. 6:43: pm. Lowell .-Rsv. Y. W. KId: pasta. ; Another year has passed : :

Nolan: Stewart, son of graduating from basic combat Douglas Director. Worship :
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training at Fort Bennlng, Ga. and things gone by.we can ;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis L.Stewart, Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern
of Raiford, has been assignedto lIe has been assigned to Com- Outlaw, music director. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH So out the : ::::
the 101st Airborne Division pany C, 5th Battalion, 1st Brl- (Highway 100 at There&sa.) ; not change ring % :r:::

(Airmobile) in Vietnam, as a gage, U.S. Army Training Cen- DE DAN BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School-10 a. m. I 1 "old year and ring in the new ':;'
rifleman. ter, Infantry.The BROOKER Morning WOl'shlp-ll a. m. ::4

awardedtwo Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Training Union-6:30: p. m. 1 t with" high resolutions. These ?.
promotion was : :
Aviation Ordnanceman GeneE. usual Services, II a.m. and 7p.m. Evening WOl'shlp.-7:1S p. m I ;
Knlffe, USN, husband of the months earlier than provid- Training Union 6 p.m.- Wednesday Night Prayer Ser-: bells winch" have long been NI :
Estabrook, of under an Army policy Rev. Merle
vices 7:30
former Barbara : p. m.
Brooker, is serving at the U.S. ing incentive for outstanding Rev. Lacy Conway pastor. Fackham, pastor used by churches as a call 11 11to

Naval Air Station, Pensacola. trainees. It was based on range .:
Known as the "Annapolis of firing and physical combat proficiency ) "worship are ringing an s
Pensacola sta- test scores, military STARKE FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOE "
the Air, the ::::
tion provides flight training for bearing, and leadership poten- Opportunities for service: OF STARKE : opportunity for you to beginS '*:
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Naval: Aviators. tial. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning West Weldon St. and RaUord :
student Worship at 11: sermon, "Good Road the new year at worship {;

Donnie C. Jackson, son of A traveler* *returned* from Tidings covered of Great luncheon Joy."at YWA the Sunday School: 1UUO: a. m. v amniHiiHiiiii1HHii1iiHHii1HHHiiHiiiiiiHmi1iiiiiHHmHHmHmHii! !! !! iiHnWiHHWniHHiH11.!.....iill.. "with t the Lord In, His house II

and Mrs. Henry l C. JackMr the scenic West says some of dlshc 11:00: a. m. Moaning Worship: << ::::::: iHHHi E :

son of Route 1, Starke, was the grandest mountains have church 12:15.: Assoclatlonal 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00 :: Hgm :::;;;;1 Start now and be faithful i::?*
promoted to grade: E-2 upor the worst Indian legends. Carol Sing at Graham Baptist p. m. Evangelistic Services. .cl.i mmi The Church is God'S appointed agency in this world mmn! :

Church. 2 p.m. Training Union, Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mil! :r:;:a mmi imm for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and HmHi throughout this year. At ,:

M 6:15.: Christmas Cantata "BornA Week Prayer Meeting. : of HIS demand for man to respond to that love by HmHi :::;
King." presented:! by the Pastor Lester F. Richtudso'rHCILBRONN ; !HHi! tend Church regularly. ::sHim s-
: :! Without this grounding in the iHiiW'
Church and Youth Choirs 7:30.: ::> !Imm loving his neghbor. ::f,;
SlW L Wednesday Prayer MeetIng ,:::: !' love of Cod, no government or society or way of life liiiiil

r fMwMf tlCjOffOM 7:30. Church Choir Practice :- CHURCH, HIGHWAY BAPTIST 16 N. E mmi will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold 3!imi; rl'::::::
dear will perish. Therefore even from Him; !!! TrI..
inevitably .t
frits.W. : Sunday School 9:43: a. m. \.+::: :Imm; ; so \'J N H :
4I4If at'rHBI A. Hogan, pastor. Morning Worship. 11. Trains :::; !ilim!! ,' a selfish point of view, one should support the Church. HiiHI'! I r> : .
'." .1'1" of f the welfare of I himself and his f family. !imm. !: .;
the sake I
I for
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Set ;-. mj...,..!.1' 11;:...! .:;;: n
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: NffiWHEN MADISON STREET Uee, 7::30. Midweek Prayer Sec x v., mmi::; Beyond that however, every person should uphold iHm: "&.0 FI : .

;=tYGRADY BAPTIST CHURCH vice, 7:30.: ?Hiim..... and participant in the Church because it tells the truth .Himii...!.!.!.1.! :.j :. : ,
J1'Ifl Sunday School, 9:45: ; Worship -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pastor .. I I.imij about man's life I death and destiny; t the truth which iiHi1ii -:-:\ !:! :

Services; 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. :: alone will set him free to live as a child of God. ilm1ii ;

Youth Choir Practice 4:30: ; JKAHAM: BAPTIST CHURCH ?j: imiil; !: mmrl-: .... ::.'
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lli:;O(1J HOTEL Youth Fellowship! Supper, 5:30: ; Sunday School, 10 a. m. More ::. !::::'!! .;:;.;; l ,:

'''n\j\( _I TOO I irfidnioJtwu Training Union 6:15: ; WMU Ins' Worship, 11 a. m. and 7 l Im. :. !'mH::::, ceb' ,,." '.. S.'. !iHEm' :::: :.)
Denton ::, !
Prayer Circle, 7:15.: .-- Rev. Fred Johns, pasta j
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9 t& plaM.dto iumrall pastor. RIVER BAPTIST li 111111mHHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmnmmnm' : i!!! : !!!!:::::::! !! !!!!!!!!!!;!!!!! !!!!;!!!!! !! !!!!!!!!!!i!
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mom-

plu.4e you I STARKE ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training l-I I:-

Sunday Church School, Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worshts! >,
The ultimate in downtown convenience. Closest to
W 0:45: ; Morning Worship Service 8 p. m. Wednesday night! service t 1
Atlanta Merchandise Mart,theaters In centerof
the finest shopping area.Beauty and Barber; Shops. of Nine Lessons and Carols, 11 7:30 p. m. Everyone: we ij, ..

Theater Secretarial and Shopping Services Beverage o'clock; MYF Snack Supper, 6JJ.m. come-L. L. Parker, pastor. y
store Sundries stand. Superb meeting and ballroom .: MYF Meetings 6:30: ; I STARKE "66"SERVICE :::1

facilities.All rooms air-conditioned and with TV. Evening Worship Christmas .Airpark Baptist Church FAULKNER HURST SHELL
Musical Program, Three Choirs '
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Mor :
New Molar Lobby-drive right into the Participating 8 p.m.
:\ Ing Worship 11:00: a.m.; Even.: SERVICEAND 3
V/ l1 Reasonable rates JJ) Monday Church. Wlda GULF
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ing Worship, 7:00 ; Wed. Ph. :::
,...... 1 Christmas Party In Fellowship Prayer Meeting and Bible stu. Hurst Phone 964-8111 Bill Edwards tst.ns1:1:
: Peachtrei (Cain Sts Hall 7 .
Downtown at p.m.Tuesday j:
dy, 7:00 p.m. Study on Book 01 Tire Tni-lng :
r Adult Caroling
kI' P 0 Box 1416 -
i Psalms. C. J. Sheffield, Pastor
RENTALSTruck Adjusting :
Phone:404524.3211RE : 1 Party 6 p.m. U.HAUL Headlight
.r Wednesday Christmas Eve Everyone Brake Service ,s
: UR.AN'rCOCKTAXr... L.OUNOm Trailers
Candlelight Holy Commur ', -
K1NGSLEY LAKE,BAPTIST Wheel Balance and ;

ATLANTA: GEORGIA 11-p.m.DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. Sunday School: 9:30: ; Train, \ Complete Lubrication Alignment :

Pastor Union 10:15 a.m.; Marnli;n.g Minor Tune-Ups ROAD SERVICE :.; :'.
Evening WOI< .,
;Worship 11 a.m.; Avenue --- ..
N. Temple
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ship 7 p.m.; Prayer Meetl 2 s AD Minor Repair :'
7:30 Wednesday., : .' PHONE 964.5899

I GAINESVILLE Business Directory Pastor: Rev. Robert Wes! 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple AT*. Stark..'tl': :'

.' Hiway 301 and 100 N
Air Conditioning-Heating I Farm and Industrial' MOBILE HOMES Sunday Service: Sun day tlO S. Temple Starke LAWSON '
,Equipment School 0:45: a. in. Morning Woo : Featuring Ace Hardware

Air Conditioning MUSTANG ship, 10:4: ; n. m. Evening Sec. Complete Paint Supplies MARKETAND 1
Heating By vice, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Sea MEAT
General Electric Santa Fe Tractor, Mobile Homes, Inc. vice Wednesday: : 7:15: p. m. and Sporting Good j 1j
-Charles minister COLD
Reese i With Us First"
Russ'a Sheet Metal, Inc. FORD Gainesville's Discount Mobile "Check j;.+ ..
Gatnciville2520! N E. 18th Tn.T..1. Farm Tractors & Implement Home Sale Lot. i 219 Washington St.. 9645270CMMCMCO. EDWARDSGrocery We Specialise la and Custom WrrpPMB'i: '::
370-8282. USED EQUIPMENT CAPELLA Inc Cutting
....T? PART SERVICE BRONZEWOODLow .... and Market Prepared for Deep FreewWHOLESALE : :::;;

AUTO SALES 4t88 N W 6th Ph. 376-2548 Monthly Payments remember all is J
Now just : ;
GARDEN SUPPLIES 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346 well for those of us who love ::: FLORIDA GroJeri**" ;Bfsats Feed .:,'']-.'
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BRASINGTONCADILLAC the Lord, for behind the dim Phone 964-7059 .: W:
OLDSMOBILE unknown! standeth God within EST GAS AND OIL '

SALES A SERVICE Johnson & Faris, Inc. the shadow, keeping watch above Jack sad Gladys Edward PALMETTO STREET ;::.!.;..
Floe Selection of Used Can MUSICBALDWIN His own. This I believe ;
TaHro OB Cadillac Trades SEEDS- PLANTS be not afraid. ONTROLs ;jl-
:#:'y U. S. 301 Sooth Stark ....
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-H01 Insecticides- Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
CHOttt OT Trlt ARTISTS' ; ;IV 1'
Barkley: We Rent Fertilizer Spreader HRUB ,'"' .
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-047 iPlIam MUSlCco, 53t. E. Call St. Starke Fla. TELEGRAPH ; f

4 wheel drive and can MATERNITY WEAR G'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-535* -U'S I N EHrIRECTORT' Pita 964.5745 for FREE OFFICE SUPPLIES

Sales Clean- Parts Used -Toyotas Service MOVERS fctttlonfl and Estimates ultADFORDABSTRAGT TYPEWRITERS ;;'4

1TOO N. Main 376-1266 FOR A FULL LINE OF O Long Distance MovingO CO. ADDING MACHINES :

Beauty Academy Lingerie Dresses > Slacks Storage Packing ..UTQ...SERVICE.'\. \V1LLIAMSJEWELRY ;1
Bermudas Bathing Suits
Tops -
O Crating ShipeinsFree !
For Yow PHOTOCOPIERS: from' $99.50 :
Service .
t POWELL'S EXPECTANTLYYOURS Estimates Call Gilbert $: BrownStJndardJ 'to $82i. Take the drudgery out
HILL'S Title Problems I of paper work.
OU Service SUU a .

Beauty AcademyLearn INC. Van Service Inc. \i ATLAS .. Official Class Rings Abstracts LEGAL FORMS.PAYROLL : :I'
TIRES Diamonds
Profession In Your Keepsake
a .Opp. S.F.J.C.MEN'S .
706 W. University
Waldo R4. G'vllte Road Sen-tee
bare Time. Full or Part Time 3540 N.E. Terms BULOVA WATCHES Title Insurance ENVELOPES:
37242717oi PHONE M4-7071 :
_219 N.W. 10th 378.2766 WEAR 407 N. Temple Starke- 142 W. Call SL Stark.
Ph. 9644881 -L
ELECTRIC T 1 158 W. Can ;:
MOTORS .: 964-7064.
Phone .f


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Motor I Griffin Salts Twelve Northeast Florida C..s i _..*I.. O bars Un Setter :,; a.
Co. Those
Repair Arrow. Shirts Flonhelm Shoe Station .Owned By '

01 Ga1ne.vUle. Ine. Formal Rentals $5 pUs Lubrication EUctrkIlj"--Ka7fc> .... .4".1 .1

Repairing lI.ewlnd1 Ladles Sportswear aaarThen. A BaOeriCi .it..A'

New and Used Z STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY ROAD SERVICE ............nw, .ti,. ':..... ,
SS1I N. W. Kth Ph. 37Z.U1S sad GAINESVILLE MALL 801 aadJUM.8eara > /

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Observance of the New Yearin
HAMPTONBy China may be compared 'to
N our own Fourth of July.Christ
N mas and Thanksgiving rolled
Mrs D. E. Hfll Into one. To the accompaniment
SCHOOL CHRISTMAS Friday's schedule at of exploding firecrackers,
PROGRAM school Included a movie In L everyone feasts, gives presents
qAJA Students of Mrs. Mabel Flet- 'morning and class parties In and cards and make ceremonial -
cher's Primary four class at ,the afternoon. Following the visits to relatives and
Hampton:Elementary School entertained ,two-week vacation, classes begin friends. Also, all family debts
the school assemblyand again Monday,Jan 5. are paid.
parents with a Christmas jhvisImasc
program Thursday morning last PERSONALS {
I.rl& us pause week. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Howell
II With Philip Hall as announcer ,and daughter Ginny spent several .
during liltIf'II OD the program opened with days with Mrs. Howell's rQ1 tit; S
' of cheer imdremember Reggie Brown singing"Rudolphthe parents, Mr and Mrs. Lewis
Red-Nosed Reindeer", and Tllley. The Howells, of Cocoa,
oJ Hint who 1111 / Thelma Keaton and Betty Sim- were on their way to Ashville,
mons, "We Wish You A Merry N.C. and Hampton, Va.
saved us all Christmas." Dara Bishop Mrs. Lillian Iiigenlath and
played "Silent Night" on the Mrs. Grace Searle were in
organ, Patty Carroll gave a Miami Beach from Wednesday,
Christmas reading, and Annette through Saturday last week
Shealy sang "Chanukka", in connection; with an electrical
followed by Ricky Brown, sing- engineering meeting attendedby
.t ing "Will Santa Come to Shan- University of Florida faculty To you, who have doneso
." teytown and accompanying members. 0 much to make servingyou
himself on the guitar. Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Baker ,
joyful privilege we
"Go Tell it on the Moun- and children of Orlando spent a
,+w +i1 IIDeWITT tain" was sung by Tammy Brad- last weekend here with Mrs. extend our warm good ';::;;;:'" .
- ley, Sheila Rhoden, Lori Stin- Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. wishes and greetings, our ; t
son, and Annette Keaton. "Jol- R.II. Parker, and with her bro- :1/k
ly Old St. Nicholas" was sung ther-in-law an4 sister, Mr.and grateful thanks. >....)'II'.if/. I
by Aleica McClellan, Addle Mrs M.R. Misner and family
Melton, Sherry Peeples, Pat in Gainesville.
Estes, and Belinda Jackson. Misses Wendy and Debbie r
The final number on the pro Hill, daughers of Mr. and Mrs.
gram was a playlet by 20 members D.E. inn, and Eddie louse and
of the class, "A Tree in Greg Bennington of Bradenton, r
the Park." Speaking parts and drove to Michigan last week, EVERY GOOD WISH
chants told the story, with for several days' visit with
C. JONES Christmas carols repeating relatives. They planned to return FOR THE HOLIDAYS
thoughts of the children as they to Florida on ChristmasEve.
went to find the Christmas tree. .
-- -mas-,-TVe-can Know'me' prayers SUWANNEESTORES
L. I which they offer for peace
It's Christmastime and fellowship; and we can I ..
hear the warm /greeting which
Wherever You Go comes from every heart. ROY JACKSON

of Christmas Is a
universal spirit, which each Florida Hydrocarbons
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In various observances we SMITH: PLUMBINGAND
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May holiday your Community ,' How Last Longer To Make After Poinsettias CuttingEver S easons Greetings \i} .

ring with since The Honorable or "bracts, whose color varies -
from pink to white depending -
i Jole R. Poinsett, an American
the variety, are stunning -
on ;
much joy News ambassador to Mexico, introduced by themselves when the
the to the
'.e and flowers are not In bloom.
United States In 1830, this beuse
Poinsettia bracts may
U plant has been prized for Its
KHulwU Glrwu Walker as cut "flowers" If they're
happinessDurrance My Gee
display of color during treated to coagulate the milky in3se

Christmas season. sap and reduce wilting,explain /

j/ RECREATION NEWS ence for this conference yea Dr. Thomas J. Sheehan, orna

G With the cooperation of the Rev. Charles E. Toston, Presiding mental horticulturist with the :

w citizens and interested friend: Elder of the West Jacksonville Unlveristy; of Florida's Instituteof

and parents the Home-Cominj District, will be In Food and Agricultural Sciences -
(IF AS). This be accomplished I
parade was a great success charge of services on Sunday,
The success of the parade gave Dec. 28. All officers will be by immersing the
the Falcons the will to playa installed by Rev. Toston for cut end of the stem In hot wa

good game. Mr. Jackson I Is this Conference Year. ter for about one minute and then

grateful for the cooperation received Rev. Jenkins Is asking each placing It in cold water.
D ,
I from all. All person! board to have a written and Another method of treatment

are invited to continue to give financial report. Each member is to singe the end of the stem

the needed support for the betterment Is asked to please cooperate over a name for a few seconds

of the program. for the success of the and then place the stem in
tap water. Poinsettia bracts

May the joys of the season EMANCIPATION: PROGRAMAn church.Watch Night services will beheld (with or without the flowersin
bloom) should be cut at
Emancipation Programwill Wednesday night starting
abide with you throughoutthe be held Thursday Jan. 1 1,, at 10 p.m. Rev. Jenkins Is least 18 to 24 hours before

year.RUSS'S'. at 3:30 p.m., "The Negro His- planning -interesting program they are to be used In arran

tory and Contribution" The for the occasion, and the 0a o gements, and they should be

Pump place of the program will be public Is invited to attend. stored in a cool place.

PLACE And Supply Co.N. announced later. All interested Jndge'e. Canal Of 1 Peace and m'Re
citizens are invited to attend It's also being heralded as a In Bradford The County County. Florida. IBProbnte "

Notice ruder Fictitious .Dle novel. gift idea, one that will: No. MIn Yuletide joy ,
Hazel & Russ Eberle Temple Ave. DISASTER Stntute keep the memory of Christmas ReEstate of. SADIE! is our wish
that ed.notice
Notice U hereby given MORRIS. T>ecea
During this Christmas Sea' the uruK'rxlKned desiring to en- alive all year long. Of Final Report And Application for one and allMASSEY.
son let us remember the Bane In business under CREW1'VIE'VIOBILr the flcitlous Purchased potted and 1 In For Discharge : aNOEGEL'S
persons who have met witha :\ name HOMES at 184S No..th bloom, the flowers will last rNotlce givenalthatCChnrle.

sudden and extraordinary Temple I Avenue In the ..; tlo.s: for two or three weeks. After '?or. Schmltt. of Stnrlce.of Florida.s GULFSERVICE
County of Administrator
bloom dies and the danger tetedohls
misfortune. Let us share our State of F'loilda. Intends to r tvled Estate has
blessings with them that they Kilter said fictitious name with of frost has passed, the plant administration and nas filed In
the Clerk of the Circuit Court outside this Court Its Final Report and 301RESTAURANT
too may share the joy of knowing Drndfoid County, Florida. may for Discharge. Objections.
that someone cares what Of Quality :Mobile Home Broker.. where it will provide beautiful Application, If any should be duly U. S. 301 Lawtey
happens td a brother or sis- Inc. blooms in time for Christmas filed with this Court. After showing fllITIIT Phone 782-3708
( Dy -S- David :McLaurln! Proof of Publication
David :McLaurln next year. that this Notice has been
ter.Miss Jessie Bell Tyson and 12-5 4t 12-ZS! Unlike most flowering shrubs, published once weeks a week, the for matterf fourconsecutive

Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Jackson the showy part of the poinsettia approval of the report. the .
met with a disaster. Fire des- isn't Just the bloom. The leavenncKTEii nrderlngof distribution of the

stroyed their belongings. Now In Elahtti The J iull Circuit<'In I Circuit Court of Of Pla Tile- 'NOTICt=: oi i i..TI;... i 10:00: '1 U flf Entst Cha..lell1.and .the Pohm'tt final' rf dli-char Starke.

R is the time to share with them. Ida In And For Ilritdford Coutr FICTITIOUS NAM that Florida os Administrator will

Everyone needs love. Let Florida.Re: Petition Cime >a.In of. CHARL1!: the Notice undet.Is signed herebY,, under given tho provisions some("'hp.I.before.- :M the"chwilttCHART.5" Court. .
us share our love with them. RALPH BEEDINO: and LOLA. T. of Chapter 20.953 Law' M, !sfHMITT.' : fl. ASmlnl -
his wife of) Flo'ld"cte of 1941 wegleter .. nf theEstate of
NOTICE .. with the Clerk of rtea .
SCHOOL'EWS: OLADYS COLEMAN Clicult Court In and for Brad SADIE \IORRlS'l td'l.a
All schools in Bradford County EDWARD JOSEPH! MARREB ord County. Florida, upon notice proof of
FrQA the of this
that of publication
closed Friday, Dec. 19, for You are notified Petitioners, fHAI the fictitious name of WET.Ty!
the Christmas Holidays which RALPH nEKDIXO and APPLIANCE !SALES' AND SERVICE -
L1F. I am engag-<-
wife. which
< will last for two weeks. School LOLA T. SEEDING Petition hie In the .d In, under bu lnes at U. S, 801
will begin the 1970 term on have filed styled a Court for the t ad- South Starke Bradford CountyFlorida. .
above .
5 with New Year the minor child name .
January a option of Petition and you e a..a M. C. Wells. P. O. Box 607Starkt ,
<' Resolution for all students.Enter In that to be and appear I In Fla.
wOaN to Learn. commanded,on February 27. 1970. Dated this 2Tth day of ? oven 1
that Court Bradford -
tosbow why the Petition ber.> A. D. 1961* at Starke.
and .
,)0 should not be granted; othwlae .- County. Florida 0n"hC
may be enter" 12-' tt 12-25 1969

6i SEASONS CHURCH NEWS against a judgment you. granting the a"pt- x>
Greater Bethlehei Free Will eeAl The Bradford! Cnunty Board
ionWitness hand and the will re-
Baptist Church, Rev Jasper my.. Of Public Instruction 10:00 A,
GREETINGSSincere nt this elve sealed bid. until :
Williams pastor.Sun'lay School, 'ofCounty.. Florida ,9th :it. Tuesday, January 6. 1970. atts
d 9:30. Morning Serice at 11. day of December, 1(69. offices. Ill S'nrth for Court the. .1,
> Starke. Florida
Evening Service, 6 p... "on- (SEAL) Inman D. Green ale Street.of the Water Oak School
wishes fora day night Choir No. 1 rehear- Clerk Of The Circuit Court and approximatelY two acres as,
Moody described
Christmas filled sal. Tuesday night, Choir No. Deputy By Bpullhr.Clerk: more allowsCommencing particularly- (/rlG+tilGfSSanta's

with joy and love. 3 and Ushers Board meeting. Eiignne F. Shaw at the SOlltl'W..tCDrnor
Wednesday night Prayer Meet- 142 West Cal StreetSte..ke. of the Southeast Quarter of VS We hope
Pea,. on earth to FloridaAttorney nf the Northwest Quarter South
ing. Thursday night Ladles for Petitioners lection! 18 Township 6 s
all 12-13 4t 1-a East and thence run your
good men.VOLLEY Circle. Saturday night, dinners ante 22 run
feet thence S ,
will be sold from the kitchen. oath 295.1 South popping up
Ea.t: 295,1 feet thence run 'F. Christmas
Ebenezer Baptist Church, 31 feet thence run \\trt 295.1feet with our warmest wishes 9

,'?.'f Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Services In Tile Circuit Circuit Court Of ... 'EhrbUtl Blrt to fthull point be of sealed beginning.and "mark for the very merriest of 4 is the
Juillclcil Schoeopevtv'
: L_ ,,-...'*- ,..........._"' .__ ..,_ will conclude with Sunday Anil For llriiilluril CuuutyUI I'd'I -Bid on. If Water additional Inforlation Christmases) Our heartfelt merriesteverl
School at 9:45 on Sunday, .U'IOll:
.. IL be obtained -
t.; ewe L; a i needed. It nnv '
with the Junior Choir Clue: %o. 1)78 this officeM47737 thanks all
Jan. 4, Plain tift '''' contacting to our won- J !

L. STARLING. serving. Bible Study each Tuesday -V.Clifford. Mary Llzlo Robinson Robinson. I>e. Board. t-eserves tha 'right derful patrons. F.

night. Prayer Meeting each fendnnt..Notice' PropertrTo. I to The reject any or all bids.Iradford Tm
: Of Suit-No Board Of PuT
GROCERY Thursday night. ;Mary( Lisle llobtnson Cnunty.
Greater Allen Chapel AME You Are Hereby Notified tha IIc Inntructlon.Thnmns I-, Cnsev Jr.

Church: Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas- an filed action against for you Divorce and has you beei arirenulied '. .. 'IIOMAS' ', : L. A8EY, JR.12.11 11 I
tor. Rev. Jenkins will be hostto to nerve a copy of youi uperlntendmt
the first Quarterly Confer- written defense. If any to I It.on Hanks Used Cars
the plaintiffs attorney
whose name and address. Is Hot. The Libhy Famih-
ruble. lex, Green Stance. FlorIda Hwy. 100 -.8 Mi. South
and fllu the original with Starke Florida
court the en clerk 01 of before the above December style'29. LIBBY SALES & SERVICE

1949; ; otherulsa a judgemen
d"I may be entered against you for.
tho relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.WltnuKS .
my hand and tha sea -
of .aid Court on November i 25.

I he : TI Virginia 1969SUAL( :Clerk. ) F.of said Derby court.Ad Interimt CHRISTMAS li tt /hi ,

I3y Brulah :M. :Moody r
All Deputy Cl.rk
12.1 4t 12-25


In The Circuit Court Eighth \
uillcliil llrt'iilt Of Florida In
And For Urittlforil I'imntyCM
Cane %... UTS
Petition Of Darrell Lester Davis
lalntlffs. Roy Eduard H"IIl1ncJ -

I I .:slice> Defendant... Of "!"It-Xo PropertyTo
I : Roy I-Jdward Holland
You Ale Hereby Notified that
an action fur Adoption has b..enfll..d
against you and you areftlulred
to eerie a copy ofyour
t written defences, If all>' to
It. on the plaintiff s atloiney,,
I hose name and l1<1dre.. Is lion-
t t t4 tb ruble. Oeoiga H. fierce. I*.. 0.River e
". UJO. St..I.e.Flo..ldn.and
file the urlglnul with theclrl'k w 0
of the abo\e stylfd court
19 19.1)! :
all or before January .
therwlse H judgement may be
..tteieil against! >'o-tl for the r.lief ..-
demanded In the complaintpetition.
0"\Vltneatf my hand and the seal

c.f 19 iff Q.said Court on Liei.embt.i17, GIB BROWN I hears the bells

lI-:: :At)
Innutn D. GreenAn Service Station 1__
Cleik of siil.l Court onChrismlusDaH
By lleulnh M. MoudyAs
Deputy Cleric
13-ii 4t 1-13
their oliSJrimiUar

fm carols play,
Merry sI

J\n 1 oil6 ano sweet

ifIli t\\c iuor6s repeat

Of peace on earth,

/I\ too( -u)iU to men !


Here's wishingyou Ili I .

a holiday season .

Dunni) this ,joyous s'l.ison' ;:

that's iri the old-time tradition! GreetingsHappy wo hopit lh.it;, you too. .

of tho task, :
I q69 will hoar (Ihcj soma)

holidays to #, in your lic.-.irt :

And that thou nr.hnus ol IIU.KO; find <|",col I will ,
all of you from all
may nni| Ihmuqhout, your year :
of us this year.CRAWFORD'S. Friendly greetings anda ..

May the happiness of the season friendly wish for a 9.

happy new year.Morgan's ,'
be yours in great abundance. i :

BeautyAND :,


Rudy Crawford Barber Shop I II I

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I News Notes "I. | --j}

i By Helen Egan To Beat Indians '

MASONIC LODGETO tional building on December 15
INSTALL with The Interlachen Rams brokea Interlachen also took the B-
OFFICERS members of Mrs. Kelly
Greeson's morning circle as s third period tie to beat the team game 53-30 behind the
Newly elected and appointed hostesses.The 1iritnia visiting Keystone Indians lead of Tom Lamprecht. Tom
officers of Melrose Lodge No. table decoration were ? 69-58 in a game played at Brannon led the baby Indians.
89, F. & A.M. will be Installed attractive in their originality of N Interlachen Friday night.
Tuesday, Dee 30, at 7:30 p.m. design and color as fashionedby KEYSTONE Grtylcn. !13-711: wall
in ceremonies at the Masonic the creative hands of Mrs. Leading the Rams' attack till Murrnt*. 3-Mi NOM, J04iCoiMHa.
David Courtney who hit 7.46 CINW.II. 1.2.1; Taint,
Temple in Keystone Heights. Marshall Gallop. Along the was HUMINTERLACHBN.
The Installation will be opento center of the tables were gar- for 25 points. He was followedby
Invited guests.COMMUNITY lands of greenery In which were Sam MaxIe with 18, and CoBurn. 0-1-11, Ty',r,
nestled many different motifsof From Your Friendly Keystone Heights Business Firm Lonnie Davis with 16. Top man Courtney 7.1.71 Mul., 10-5 l -Hi 6.6.15 D.v'>t,Dtbon 1t-ttl Talill ion, .
:: CHURCHThe Christmas such as Santa's for Keystone Heights was San- 1-IU9_

annual Christmas lunch- boots, filled with goodies star- dy Grayson who kept up his 32 KEYSTONE 17 t It 14 M
b'n of the Church Women's studded white balls, and cry- : : points a game average by INTIRLACMIN 11 17 11 27.N
Circles was held in the educa- stal glazed ornaments. TheM shootir7g or 33.We're .
officers table was centered -
Wagner. Luncheon was served design was developed on red
with a white compote dish fill-
amidst a Christmas theme. The and green paper lending addItional -
ed with Christmas balls and
a gum drops with Santa poppingout MELROSEBy closing prayer was given and' the continuity.Th .
i e entire exhibit is com-
members plan to meet againon
of the baubles and beads. singing out with a '
posed of articles usually con-
Wed. Jan.
Rowe 28.
s Due to illness in Mrs. Roy Joyce '
These cheer and
sidered unrelated to art. message good
1'E 1 a' 7f Turknett's family, the first New Residents materials, unrecognizable at i merriest Holiday greetings,
vice president, Mrs. Walter Approximately nineteen members Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Heater first glance, were employed*
Ii. Dr. AlbertC. in most Interesting The I I to all our friends and patrons
Grollck, presided. of the Junior Women's from Charleston, South Caro- ways. I
Holt offered the Christmas Club enjoyed'an informal din- lina, have purchase! the old children used watermelon! I. who helped make our
1 SEASON'S blessing.The ner of fried chicken in the Hal Batey home on Lake Swan seeds: cup cake papers, bottle year so successful.
bountiful covered dish Peacock Room at Bill's Res- about two miles east of Mel- caps newspaper, thistles
M1 BLESSINGSHoly luncheon was enjoyed by about taurant in Melrose. They felt rose on SR 26. This charm- yarn, wire, styrofoam, acorns
Christmas/ 50 members and several guests. that a year of good deeds, ing structure is a large log leaves, cotton and many other
After luncheon, the group entered charitable contributions and ,cabin with exposed logs and open materials that were readily a- SUPERIOR
to oilpiTr into the spirity of Christmas hard work deserved some small beams on the Inside. A stone vailable.
by joining In group sing- reward. The young matrons fireplace graces the 20 by 30 Visiting dignitaries of the BU-TEE SALON
ing of Christmas carols with carried numbered novelty gifts foot living room. The Heaters Putnam County School System
CfeaceThis Mrs. David Nelson at the piano. for their gift exchange. A very'' attribute their choice of location Mrs. Helen Long, Elementary Nettie Stitchberry
Mrs. Albert Bachmann gave a short business meetig was for retirement to this"School Supervisor, Mr. Owen .
reading of "The Littlest Angel conducted, however, It will bea lovely cabin. Chastaln AsslstantSuperlnten-
." Mrs. Albert Holt gave the more serious gathering on Mrs. Mary Heater and her dant of Instruction and Mrs.
benediction after which the Jan. 5, at Ada Ford's home. young son, six months old Michael .Gussle Adams Director of District -
holidaymay several circles adjounred with arrived here last week. School Food Services
all the joy their respective chairmen for Mabel Pearsall Circle She was formerly an accountIng stressed the Importance of the
of the firstChristmas short business meetings.HOMEMAKEPS Mrs. Billy Griffin of Key- technician but considers project: in terms of the School's
warm sone Heights entertained the herself presently retired. ;:contribution to the community.
CLUB Ladles Methodist Circle mem- Her daughters Joan Marie
every heart. The annual Christmas lunch- bers of Melrose in her home Burke 19, and Paula Ann
: ey eon meeting of the HomemakersClub Monday morning. This special Burke, 16, arrived Sat. Dec.
HUNTLEYJIFFY y was held on December 17 Christmas program opened witha 20, to be with their parents over
at the home of Mrs. William prayer, followed by the read. the holidays. Joan Is a sophomore
I Pinon on Smith Lake wherea ing of poems pertaining to love at the University of I
small table was used In the as related to Christmas, givenby South Carolina as a nursing ,
Florida room, and the buffet Mrs. Leona Pappy. Hon- student and Paula is a juniorat I II rnwa.pP4
STORESINC. Cunningham'sGULF table was centered with a ored guests were Mrs. John a Charleston High School. I,
Christmas spray and candles. Clark and her mother, Mrs. Melrose welcomes these new- ( M
The regular business meetingwas comers and sincerely expects
opened with the Home- president and publicity chair them to enjoy the locale.
makers Creed, Salute to the man Mrs. Helen Egan; Sec-
and Homemakers treasurer, Mrs. Mil- Christmas ChildrenThe
Flag, Prayer retary Inspires
1 1i. led by the President, Mrs. dred Payton. The 1st vice: president site of an extraordinary
Hazel Davis. serves as 4-H Advisor. Chrismas exhibit is Melrose
Mrs. Myron Prevatt Jr. was Mrs. Quagliano is Assistant Post Oflce. Students and tea-
1I introduced as the new Exten- 4-H leader to Mrs. Ernie To- chers from kindergarten 6th V.It 4we-
I It sion Homemakers assistant a- mes, the leader. The 2nd vice grade, under the special dir-
i gent,, having been appointed by president is in charge of pub- ection of Mr. Raymond Mose-
the Clay County Commissionersat licity. These special duties ley participated in the venture.
::1111; their December meeting. were approved in the 1969 It Is unique in the aspect that
Mrs. Emily Ison and Mrs. Mil Constitution.Mrs. many Individual designs were
dred Payton were the Keystone bon and Mrs.Quagliano Incorporated into the whole to MERRY
Club's representatives workingon will attend the January 6 Lead- produce a harmonious over -
the barbecue dinner held ership Council in Green Cove all effect.A ,
In Green Cove Springs on December Springs. garland of cedar constructed -
6. President Davis Guests attending were Mrs. by the sixth grade, forms To all our friends old and new
attended the afternoon bazaar Rollo Plnaire, of Ramsey Ind., 'the border across the top. Al- ,
1111111+111:111a1i111r.ac ;: !! and dinner. A report was givenon who winters here in Postmas- ternating bands of red and green best of everything all year through
the proceeds of the Bazaar- ters Village; Mrs. George Dun- ribbon extending from floor to -a gift of great ,
dinner which netted a total of can, a newcomer from Kansas ceiling serve as a backing for this
$359.45. This council is the City Mo., and resident of the different creations. Each [joy Yule. I
distributor and also demon- Smith Lake. Mrs. Ernie To-
strates the use of Federal Commodity mes, 4-H leader, came in la- I BELOTEDRUG Lake Geneva Trailer SalesDAD
: : ffi1.1! : : Foods. I
i.r i. :: ,, t v F llili1,1111Iij11! Mrs. Rittenburg Installed the ter.The hostess topped off the STORE I
following officers for 1970: luncheon with her special I
President, Mrs. Emily Ison; 1st Christmas pudding dessert.KeystoneMelrose AND BRAD LARSEN t
vice president,, Mrs. Marguerite American I
8eason Quagliano; 2nd vice Post
cetijigs Legion 202 will meet
Thursday, Jan. 8, at 8 p.m. due
to the holidays. Regular meetIngs
will resume the first of'
In words that never grow old, each month.PERSONALS.

each and every one. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Brannon'' Gv
tt of Burlingham, Ala. and their

S. E. McKAY two Christmas children holidays are spending with Mrs.the /1)) :

Brannon's parents Mr. and
ASSOCIATESMrs. Mrs. Roy Bridges, and her twin
sister Miss Marilyn Bridges
at their Lake Geneva home.
Melba Ilgen Col. James ChessingtonReal Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wal- ; 'I
L lenius plan to spent part of the, Modes of ':
I' holidays with the John Ella- transportationchange
Estate and Appraisal Service sons on Lake Rosa near Mel- but our
r. rose. wish for you to
Mrs. Anna James is home have a joyous
6. \ from the Medical Center,where Christmas does not.
'- she underwent eye treatment. >
John Crosby, former Key-
e JUU stoner is seriously ill In
'<, fJllAAi[ / ll W-1 Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville Richard T. Lovorn Ix ?
< He and Marie had recently -
HAPPYHOLIDAY Much Joy is wished moved to Jacksonville, RealtorBox
and friends wishing to write
for all.Keystone. them, the address is A. F. : 725Ph. 473-3254

all the Crosby Lancelot Manor: Apt./ Keystone HeightsWe ,. ,
May 126, St. Augustine Road, Jacksonville l
joys of the Heights Fla. 32200. 1
Christmasholiday Insurance, Inc. 1.(4.JIdl

reach Wm. L. Reynolds, Jr. .

every heart Richard IMurrhee

, and home.

Joy to the world In this

Christmas season. May the blessings

j of the day reach into every heart.
C 1S t


join in the chorus to wish you your merriest

Christmas. May the Day be an especially happy one

i// for you, your family and friends. We are most thank.

ful for your kind patronage.KEYSTONE .

-n ree i It!S

Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.

to all ourwonderful
friends. Keystone Heights, Fla.

Community Owned-Community Built
Kitty and O. J. Murrhee, Sr. TV'SERVICE F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla Community Builder

CENTERPhone "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly

DEC. 25, 1969 TELEUUAI'H PAGE 15

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...w .,.. ... Service Commission! Playhouse Winner .given away by the Starke Jun- Starke Plaza shopping/ center''
Florida Public ior Woman's Club. last week rd. Saturday, Dec 20.

Is Mrs. Heires The playhouse !was built' by .
INDIAN BEACH Approves, Telephone Rate Increase: husbands: of 'the Junior Women No point In Florida is mor e

Mrs H. P. Helrls, 509 North and was .given away In the ,than 70 miles from the sea.
(Lab Mts 1ha. ) The local office of the Flor- costs as '''Well as Increased Interest Cherry St., Starks! was winnerof FOR SALE
with attracting -
By Michael H. cutty ida Stats Telephone Companywas rates ." the little glrl's playhouse .
..... 478-317 notlfl d by State Manager necessary capital.'W&O

R. W. Insla Monday morning --------- 5rm Shelled and Unshelled
A.... .&&&.&&..&...&._ .. ,
that the Florida Public Util.tlas: \:' -- .1

Dear Friends Commission two-thirds will allow of the approximately original -- ..r-;- TRACTOR 'SM.Er. WHOLESALE & RETAIL

Since the news would have to

be In early this week I decided Ingle's rate Increase-Rtatemsnt request.! to the i t. ;rtJ Starke State Farmers Market

not to bother you with Fin. Ph. Alachua 462.2628
,Box 75 LaCrosse -
another call last week. I know \ phone office as submitted '\ ti7
that you're all busy as can : to The Telegraph Is: OLIVER TRACTORS'" <

. be preparing for the big Day "The Florida State Telephone :10 DIFFERENT SIZES '"* .

of Christmas.Let Company notification, an independent that appro received Implements Sidewinder Mowers, Holland'\ "' :rt:7i: :lf. .Jg 7ft :)

me take this opportunityto val has been ,given by the Transplanters. !' Cole PJ nters,..John, B cj'B SCOTT'SMobile
wish you all the Merriest state's regulatory body to allow Combine and Ray Equipment

Christmas ever. This Is truly approximately twa-thirds: of the . .
the best time of the year, because original rate adjustment petitioned ,
we can all visit and :! for earlier this year. t.rniie J1I. Ezee Flow. and Others*" BY PHONE Home SalesSPECIAL
show our love for one anotherby 6
"Final approval was based on TRACTOR lREPAIR on "U.riAKr; ,'::: & MODEJ.S.
our girts.However.. the utility company's studies; : ] r
which revealed- increased operating .. I
let us not leave expanses brought' aboutby Calvin C. Willlaras and Raymond Dyal
Christ out of our Christmas.Let .
rising! labor ana:! material: II
us all find time to thank 1G G
God for our many blessings. 1 e ut,

Most of all, let us thank God Fred Ackerman
for the gift of His Son Jesus ;

who came to Earth died on Services HeldIn $100XMAS

the cross, and rose the third 'VIwMp ,I
St. Edward'sFred
day, to give us the great gift '
of Eternal Life. This gift Is SPECIAL I
ours for the taking, and my J. Ackerman 76. died
prayer Is that each one of Sunday afternoon In a Gaines I

you receive this great gift as ville hospital after a short ill

God bless you Ackerman was born In
Chicago HI. on July 6, 1893. He
Mike Chitty was a member of the Catholic
Church and operated a store
Lake until his re-
at Kingsley
(M. .) cent retirement. Money For All 1970 60 ft. Long, 12 ft. Wide

Your Christmas
Surviving is one daughter ,

(. ) \ terville. 111., seven grandchildren
and:! four great grand- 1Maike TRAFFIC, BUT CLOSE TO YOUR FRIENDS AND

/ Town Finance Your
Services were held at 8:30:
For Cash
a.m. Tuesday in St. Edward'sCathoUc Headlquarters

Can Edward:! Kirby officiating! Interment LOANS UP TO $600 PHONE 964-8687

you was in Crosby Lake FLORIDA STATETELEPHONE U.S. 301 NORTH

eat all day Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones TOWN FINANCE CO r ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET
Funeral Home In Charge. ( \r CO.

and still lose I 226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449 Th ""** STARKE
weight9VVfeightNVfatehers STARKE ....

Sunday: -Church School, 9:45: 1
a.m.; Morning Worship: Student e 1 v CARL BEGGS

Recognition! Day Service I I..DS1fCI:: Gulf Service

@ with College Students participating t 11 M4
) in the Service.! 11:00: USED!: PARTS\!

a.m.; MYF Snack 'Supper.: 6:00': Top Prices for Wrecked Ct

pm. MYF Meetings! 6:30: p.m.; 24 Hour Wrecker Service
Evening Worsh:'p, 8:00: p.m. I Fuel Oil -

Friday MYF Hayrlde. 6:00: MEN WANT Laundry PUMPS USED VACUUM' cleaner re-
Used Cars
Read'y'F You -
Is r p.m. CLASSIFIED! I AD RATES workers Kitchen aids laborers conditioned *1S up. 10 different I I Hwy 101 N. Walde
DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr., Pastor. cottage parents watchman __ NEW AND USED tame: brands to choose from. George E. LaRue 46X-1998
I Vf to 15 _rdil. ____- 1JU cooks and clerks ground- SALES.P ARTSooSERVICE I
Every Tues. 7 pm. Parts tt excellent repairs all INSURANCE AGENCY I''
; (Minimum charge) keeper, truck driver. Fire Deep &: Shallow Wells makes. of
Watson's House Auto fire' Homeowners EZERASE' TYPEWRITER
Keystone Heights JacksonviIiiBusiness Lreh word' oTitr, 15 .01 day week. eight hour day. Water Softeners &: Filters Vacuums 71! N. Mali: Galnei- I'I'I pn.limf'o: Paper, Bond
St Anne's Parish House Ctate retirement vacations, Expert Service On vIII. 376-7!10. tfchg I Paper :Notebook Fillers. -
Kxtm chart I III notpaid sick leave. '
473.3f63 473.3151 : If interested please Keystone Heights 473-4892
Ph. All Makes
Bradford County Telegraph
1 la advance 45 apply in person Personnel PAYROLL ENVELOPES,
Manager. Sunland Train- Plumbing Service Bradford County Telegraph.

Memorial, RMoluliou In a Center Gainesville Fla Phone 964-7061 Pr- 164-6305. MEN WANTED Men cottage,

An equal opportunity employer DURRANCE PUMP """"WbrldV t parents age over 21. Startingpay
J KEYSTONEHEIGHTS 7 eats pear word AND SUPPLY TO. $329 month, promotion opportunities
ttrhg ,x Method of- and regular Increases $

Directory CARDS Or THANKS Active Exercise" In pay 8 hour day 5
Vinyl Plastic
INSURANCE! Fabulo day week sick leave vacations
M lBta HMft Sll HMWMMMM MVHMMM 50 word or 1 lass 8.CO Letters ti Numbers for Interior T -
AT REDUCED RATES state retirement. U !Interested '
,Auto Sales and Service Each word oner 50 __ ..TOFFIICIAL lors.and exterior use. All sizes, co AUTO. FIRE BOAT please apply In person Personnel I' H
County Telegraph -
DOYLE CONNER lUIDlIYID .Manager Sunland Training Cen E
DIRECTORY Parrish MotorsSALES tf INSURANCE AGENCY ter. Gainesville Fla.An .

: PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to : teh* equal opportunity employer. N

INSPECTlOJIt-l8TATlON $625. Take the drudgery out For HomeDemonstration .

BEAUTY SHOP 1 SERVICE Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:34 P. M. of paper work.-Bradford Countv -I BAIRD Call W
WANTED: Used WringerWasher. -
_VOLVO_ Except S Tolcgranh. "
: Saturday U NoonHILL'S tt
i.1 PARTS Mobile Homes 964-7839 Will pay cash or" take In I LE ,
GARAGE SEWING MACHINE Cleaned .tf trade on anything. DAHMER'S.

SHOP I Always; Good Used Cars.. Keystone, Height oiled and adjusted In your NEW and USED I 964-7923 tf-Chg A
'' home 300. Vacuum cleaner 8.10.12' Wide YOU KNOW its easy to
921 Laura St. Ph. 3565654'FTPPTRir Telephone! 473-44 D
KDITH JOHNSON. Owner repairs' also All work guaranteed. GalnMrlIleGood own a Longcnamp Home? WILL BUY: Used Appliance. E -
Personal Mid Creative Hair Styl- FOR RENT: TV seU. baby Dennis E. Cogglns. Phone Quality Better built tor F>r3a? living Furniture TV's. Stereos any-I _
tag Every Form of Beauty beds. eleo. guitars, amplifiers 431-1428. tfchCf Yow plan or ours thing of value! DAHMER'S, R
Culture Tuec.-Oat.. 9-5; cloeedCONCRETE refrigerators: day or week. DA- Treasonably Priced Your lot or ours. Contact :Bu-

----F' lIMER'g. 984U4'h.. ANTIQUES Come out and Gainesville' 378-278.1! ford Mitchell, phone. :3846UA3 ; SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
PEAVY Brothers ace our large collection bottles Serviced Guaranteed and : P O. Box 23$. 3Urke Letters all sizes colors. Permanent -

PRODUCTS furniture, glass hardward.' va. Delivered In Starke Area t.1:+g for use on wood glass, GAINESVILLES.

Electric Co. liter rlety of all kinds. We buy and plastic paper metal leather
trade. Come out and -browse ANYTHING I IBradford County El: 2nd Ave &
!: PPX DUOfS. Electric MotorsSold around Crlffls Old Trading US 441 N. 4501 NW 13th JIMMY MOORE'S Telegraph tf 2nd Street
CALL OR SEEEdward' Gainesville 378. 7115
Serviced Repaired .10..... Post. 2 1-2 miles north of SUN SPORTS FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bed- 'Near Pest Office
Build1ngSupply Generators Starters Armature Starke on US 301. Phone 964- I room trailer outside city limits. Open 'Til.8 P.M.

Inc. Rewinding 7289. tfchg ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. MOORE! BOAT !OR 1: J. B. White 9644114. tfchg
File Folders, complete line office ,
Lenox Jax. Volkswagen
726 8. MAIN 372-4844 f.1AC:1., : 387-2528 A. .1. Thomas Registered Real supplies -The Telegraph SOUR MONEY

Gainesville, FloridaNURSERY ., New & Used 1/.0') Estate Broker since 1953. SpecIalizing Phone 4-MM.! ._ xturke I'h. 084-moi WANTED LISTINGSOn

t!PIANOS Sales &rvkxe: in appraisals for estates Complete Outboard & Stern Homes and Acreage Buyers
corporate and Individual ANTIQUES bought and sold. CAMPERSALES Waiting Strout Realty Reg.
Drive Service and Repair.
YAMAHA PIANOS 1 Ml. North of nn Mall owners Thirty years experience: furniture ref'nlshed. upholster- i Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.
O.C. Carnes Nursery CONN and KIMBALL GAINESVITLLEPhone In Florida Land Matters. 205 N. 'ng. cbliet! : work art'quss restored > Complete Fiberglass: Reparr.C ?h. !I6 -6609 Starke. Fla._
t bullt FiberglassFishing
ORGANS u s o m-
to: o-'g'nnl but! Call I
Temple Ave.. Starke. Fla., Tel.
Thousands of plants 9645701. C. E. Jackson !1'la West Mad-i Boats. FOR SALE-XMAS trees Holly
Fruit Trees-Shade Trees tf ',,.).' ft Ph-.,. oM-srro( tfchi 212. Waldo Read. branches Cabbage plants. Ph.

FOR SAO! Concrete block FOR SALE 2 bedroom house, Galneivllle 378-0691 964-5611. U. S. 301 South Mrs.
Evergreens PAVES': FABRTP1:: Fli'.t qual. TRADE Used Authorized Dealer"Starcraft" ;
BUY.;. SELL. : W. A. Stern 2tp 12-23
furnished. 3 1-2 acres, high and
house; 3 bedroom. 1 bath, ceo I _
Camellias & Azaleas uiholstery .
Toys "Dreamer""Wheel
Ity dross drapsry. Furniture Appliances
dry on Hwy 16 at Kingsley
tral heat ft air-conditioning. Corner
MOST ALL IN CANS Lake. Phone !S33-2977. tfchg material.! Not'ons mill' ..ends.seconds. Tools. Wlmberly's Trading Camper" FOR SALE 1966 VW-1300
PLANT ANY TIME lot. Phone 8JC4-5M7. ttohgAIRS' Metal ztpp1-s lOc to30c. Post. 7434 Blandlng. Blvd., Travel Trailers Truck II model. 50 hp. Low mileage:

EXPERIENCED WAX TRESS : Week davs 10 to 6; Friday Jacksonville tfchg Campers Fold Down good caniltion.: $1,075. Phone
Roses wanted' Good pay. Apply in per. Saturday 10 to 9: Sunday SALES & SERVICE I 1164-66"1. tfchg

LandscapingPhone son at Longhorn Restaurant U. 1 to 6. On 301 I'i miles Northof EXPLORATION
659.2165 Knl AU. "SWINGER" HAiS 8. 301 South. tfchg Waldo on :301. tfchl I i TELEDYNE VI-
COMPANY: will conduct a
23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 EVERYTHINGSTARKE PUBLIC NOTICE- SERVICE Small appliancesat MARY FOR SALE Pulpwood truck \:-one is survey In search of oil!
and saw $700 for both No. 18.
Hwy 100 at. Fiorahome WANTED Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. and gas along hlway
Some one to assume paymentson Call St. Phone 9645311. tfcriy I Carl J. Wilson 964-6691 4tp 12-11 121. 100 and 16, beginning at Ft.
WESTERN STORE SINGER DIALOMATIC SEW- 1-1 White Fla. and conducting

S. E. McKAY, REALTOR }t' 9154-6848 ING MACHINE!: In beautiful 8.95-LABEL Bradford MAKERS County Tele-from CARTERPAINTS FOR SALE--New & used Home- nor'heast! to to Lake Starke.Butler and, eastward then
walnut console. Must place In lilt Chain Cash Discount: southeast
. APPRAISAL SERVICE LITTLE DUDE graph. Ph. 9g430. saws. through Penney Farms
your area to a reliable party.
prices or easy Term Jos's
Mortgage Broker andsndlng
Balance now only 6920. Phone and Green Cove Springs
TAXIDERMYRugsFishBirdsOameheads Saw SlOP: C01 South. Phone 964-
,Notary' PubUc Western Store VICTOR ELECTRIC:: TALLY- :1531946. Jacksonville COL 7580 12-11 4tp 1-1 at St. Augustine Fla.

OPEN HOUSE DEC. 13 MASTER Add Machines!: with LECT. Day: or night ask for Chaz. Lundy Plaza-Lodge Mo- V.brn'oii point locations will be

COME TO SEE! US YOU ALL Western Clothing Leather. subtraction. SPECIAL. this. credit manager. Will deliver tel Starke. Fla, 4tp 12-25 FOR RENTFurnished apartment available to the public throughthe
!good, Saddles and Trailers month only $9.95.' Ideal for no obligation. !. Also house for sale incountry office of The stale Geologist -

Mrs. Alelba I1cen, Associate Charles & Sharon Petty home or light!; office work. 4tch c 12-25 FOR SALE -1C66: Honda S-90 \ Small 'on paym nt. Tallahassee Fla. tfchg

Keystone Office 473.4816 ten 8. Edcvwood -'3541219KEYSTONE Bradford County Telegraph tf like new. Helmet, shield and:! VI H Nollman. tfchg I
Homes 473-4740 473-IS11 MIMOSA MANOR rack Included. Trailer service! WALLPAPER FOUND-Boy'a jacket, between
FOR RENT Kingsley. Lake. MOBILE HOME PARK p:>le. Pho:ie 964.7623 2tchg 12-25 FCt S\L\ -.Larg3 lot 110 ft. I middle:! school and high' school.

New brick dupllex '*! partm"nta. Trailers and Spaces For Rent x 110 ft ''ns.: 'e city miU.. Cityu Goner; may have by IJentifyin
Phone 964-S391: ] oor 9647788. Mer- Phone !964-7418! tfchg RIDER WANTED To com- :'t T and:! electricity. Ideal for I and paying for this ad. PhoneI

ritt Williams tfchgWHTTE I mute to east campus SFJC In luusa: trailer or house. $850 I >4-604;;. lip
EUNICE NURSERY Gainesville for Wed. night class Phcn3 'J64.661(1.( tfchg
LADY wants Job of Satsuma, Kumquat. pear and (17:10:151: : Call 964-6234 after 6 Very Up-Todale Arm

picking! up eggS!, Call I shade trees. Blueberry plants. p.m. 2tchg. 12-24 FOR SALELarge corner lot I :Modern

DRIVE-IN 9647978.UP Azaleas, Camellias Ornamental 110 ft, x 110 ft. inside: city llm. -I: bedroom dwelling, wall to

shrubs 3 for $t up. 2 mi. MASONRY, Carpentry electric WE MAKE Its, Septic' ; tank !good lawn, I wall carpeting drapes, Elec.
north of Lawtey on Hlway 301 work, od Jobs. Hang doors !h-u1: ery. conc3te slab city: Rofrlir.. Washing machine and
FRIDAY-SATURDAY DEC. 26-27 SEWING MACHINES turn at sign. Phone 7823465. windows etc. Frank Carglle and Will other Items of furniture. Utility
: Largest aelectlotas from whlrti water :l rlri'.l/ Kas. I,
tfchu< Ph. 47S-IYI2. Melrose 2tp. 12-25 KEYS I paved drive
for carport nn
lab \
to pour: 2nd ccncTts
choose Pfsff.:,, Necchl. NelCO
New Home ft Universal. FOR RENT-3 Bedroom unfur- FOR RENT -SMall ,unfurnlshho hrutj t l-ailer. .C1 1,5J((), Phone 064- way. Reasonable down pay'
ment years
6610 tfch't
REPAIR AM MAKES. n'shed house-5 m'lss South o n' "ise. Phone r64-5724 tfclw
h J. Thomas Realtor Tel. !%45701. -
Starke on 301Ph.. 984-7410! or .1 1
SOMEKlNDOFANUrlIM Nationall Sewing WaHo 4flR-1222 between 84. FOR RENT-2 bedroom apartment '"- FOR S'LE-Chicken fstt'1.7er'cliveied : IK WE DON'T HAVE ITt .
furnished. No pets or nnd "p-ead. Clean out: "c'II gel It for you Office
]. COLOR by Dclme Untied Artists 4 Machine Co., LEGAL FORMS. Bradford small ihllJrei. inquire Mr*. any type chicken! house Put t: couPI'll!'!!, Fur (lure Rqulpme DISHWASHER WANTED Apply -
'" Ph. 509 Center St. rnw dust: back In house Wilbur -,I 't. lirnitrnrd County In pel.ton at Longhorn Restaurant. '-
---- Starring Dick Van Dyke _J| 51 U W. Unlve ,lll.y Are. 37H-1JSJ County Telegraph Ooldn Martin: ( -
I U S. 301 south tfchg
96t-1315. UP Prevail 964-fiftlR/ 4tp 1 1-10 I i Tcle-raph.



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