Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01474
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1965
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>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01474
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I Rev. J. R. Brabham Mr. and Diane and Wanda Woods of I II I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly n..v.r..nvvvvv.v tona is spending some -time Mr. and .Mrs. Glen William rick and other relatives.
Mrs. L. H. Fuitch. Mrs. C. D. I Lake Mrs Pearl
City pent the weekend had as Thanksgiving/ Day with her daughter' Mrs. Eliz- Ion and children of 'Macclen- Us' mother Pre
Williams and Mrs. Titus Olson with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy of 'Mr., visit!
e guests Mrs Lorena Shivers. abeth Redding.' ,fly were dinner guests
attended the Methodist Woods. Miss Edith Williams and Miss LAWTEY\ Mrs. Colene Drake of North and .Mrs. Troy Bennett. Ryan Chuck MOON of the University .

District Conference In Gaines- Mr. .and Mrs. H. A. McLeod Vanessa Williams of Cordele. Carolina spent the. latter partof and Andy remained until Sun- of Florida .pent the

ville Tuesday< and family were in Pensacola Oa., and Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Ba.cbard.a.aaauA.a..aaaaau.a! the week with her mother weekend with Mr. and Mrs

GLADYS MOOTY I Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lauritsen from Wednesday to Sunday Walters anji Miss Julia Ann Ily Emit Mrs Cora Bates. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Wallen Sapp W. F. ,;Moore. I
Phone of Edison N. J. are spending visiting their parents. Mr. and with About 39 friends and refit
961-0651 I Walters of Trenton.Mr. We regret to learn that and Leslie spent the day
'the winter with their son-in- Mrs. P. B. Sanders and Mr. Pearce. lives attended a birthday
and Mrs. Nate Dyal Clarence Cannon passed away Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
law and daughter Mr. and and Mrs. P. A. McLeud, pent the long weekend In We are pleased to have Mr. Monday In a Starka nursing Leslie remained until Satur- party for La..y Brown in the

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lee and Mr.' and Mrs. Paul Hutchins Mrs. E. G. Patz. The Patz Miss Winifred CoUle and Freeport Oran;! Bahama Islands and Mrs. P. V. Phillips back home. Healtfelt ympahy is day. Mra.\ Annie Stevens ot Brown home. They ell enjoyed

eon, Jerry were vlalting ;M. .ni I children attended. the family moved into their new Miss Cheryl Ann Cottle of l and Nassau visiting Mr. for the winter. extended to his daughter Mrs. Jacksonville was with the a weiner roast with All the

and :Sirs.: J. L Fouler m Live I' :Homecoming at the Florida home In Green Acres recently.Mrs. Woodbine Ga. were Wednesday and Mrs. Pat Casey. Miss Arthurune Blanchard of Ernest Raulerson and all oth- Sapps. trimming: JTBe football tean!

Oak over the weekend. Methodist Children's Home InEnterprise Jean Guskins of Hell- to Sunday guests: of Mr. Mrs Paul Bridges and Mr. Jacksonville+ spent the weekend er relatives. Mr.[ and Mrs.! James Hal. colors. blue and gold, were

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woods< I on Sunday.Mr. bronn Springs Seymour Pur- and Mrs. Leonard Moore. and Mrs. Maurice Wingate with Miss Eliza Blanchard.Mrs. Mrs. Wilmot Starling of and ,Mr. and Mrs. Jack South- carried. out on the .birthday

and sons of Live Oak were ; and Mrs. Phillip Cronk- dy of Jacksonville and Henry I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Larson were visiting( relatives In William Reddish and Jacksonville Is visiting Mr. eland and daughter of Jacksonville cake. ''The football team, of

'visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. hite and family were in Tampa Grlf fie of Starke were admittedto I had their children ho.-.1e for Frostproof and Wauchula offer family have the sympathy and and Mrs. W. E. Gault .thin spent the day with which Larey Is a member,

WOods on Sunday. from Wednesday to Saturday the Starke Nursing Home the Thanksgiving weekend: | the long weekend. prayers of all their friends in weejt. Mr. and :Mrs: J. 1>. Clark ana were special gueetl.

Sen and Mrs. Charley E. visiting Mr. and ;Mrs. the past week Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan c; Mrs. Etta Faye Olll wax con- the death of Mr. Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futchof family. Those enjoying!. ;' the Thanks-

Johns visited Sen. Ed Fraser Donald "Myers and Mr. and Bibles, Billfoldstc.. NameIn Lake Wales iMr.[ and ;Mrs. Bill; fined In Bradford County Hospital Mrs. Nell Phillips and Ken- Black Mountain N'. C. were Mis. R. L. Bradley ana giving' holiday with the FrankM.

in St. Vincent's Hospital on Mrs. Edwin Bailey. .gold' and Htampnl. nulllnltOI. (- Morar of Pu.iama C.cy, An- from Saturday to Tuesday ny of Gainesville were Saturday visitingIrs.' Joyce Futch and Brenda Bennett visited Mrs. Cruse family of Lawteywere

Monday. Mrs. J. B. Tender, Mrs. ... 1Z/3 4t I 1223; and Mrs. Charles Lawjjn un<. for observation and treat- overnight visitors of her Miss Elizabeth Terry last Saturday Bradley's aunts. "Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs J. M. Cruce
Roy Wingate. and Mrs. All John and Miss Erwin Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Edwards children of Tnllahadjea, ana of Orlando Mr.
Page Lucy ment. I giandmolher, Mrs. Mae Wells. Crews in Brlcovllle" a:.id Mrs. and family and
:Green of Callahan, and Airs.: of Greenwood, and Mrs. and Mrs. Leah Bank- Bud Lawson of Man Hill N. Mr. and Mrs E. D. Tenlyare I Ernie,: Newsome of Keystone Thanksgiving PernonulMiMr. Lester Crews In Baldwin. Mrs. Robert Carlton and son.

Barbara Perry and son of Or- Dan Campbell of Panama City night of Jacksonville spent C. visiting Mrs. Tenly'sbrother Heights was visiting his bro- and Mrs. E. L. Masse Mr. and Mrs. James E. Mr. and Mra. Ovelda Newmans

Jando were Thanksgiving! were "Monday and Wednesday last Wednesday night with 'Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willis'! K. Walters In tlier-ln-law and sister, Mr. and and family of Whitehousi Crawford and children were and family and friends, all of

guests of Mr. and Mr Tyler guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Miss Kate Struth. They spent Smucker of Eugene Oic. were Columbus Oa. Mr Walters wall Mrs. J. I). Clark during the pent Thursday with Mr. ant 'isitlnjr her sinter, Mrs T. H. I Jacksonville; Mr., and Mrs

Jones. They also visited Mrs. Brynn Erwin and family.Mr. Thanksgiving day with the last Wednesday visitors ot seriously Injure' In an auto- week. Mrs. A. E. "Massey. Randy ann I Piessley. in High Springs, : Emory Duncan end family

,Aggie Jones in the Starke and Mrs. Ezra Bagwellof Merrill Struth family and :Mrs.: Vernon bmucker. mobile accident last Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders Penny remained for the week where they attended the Cal. Mr. and Mrs V. L. Starling
Nursing: Home. St. Petersburg were visitIng were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mra. Dill! Mathews I and family Cathera Cruce
j visited Mr. and Mrs Cliff Rayat end. vin Gllssen: family reunion.
Mr. and ,Mrs. M. B. Jordan relatives here the Martin Page Billy Page and and son, Bo spent; the 'weekend day.Mr. t all of
over and Mrs. J. E. Hitchcockand Kenton Beach Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkl- Atout 40 relatives were present and Duana OrlfAs. Law-
had Mr. and family and Merrilyn Page of In Cordcle, G... with Mr. .
have as guests weekend.Mr. in Milledge- Mr. Gertie Faye and Virglntt
family were Dearl Bradley son of son Jr. and children visited l and enjoyed the get-toge. tey:
TUi'H. Allen Price and sons of j Lake City. Vikl Struth of Atlanta and Mrs." t K.!,: W. JUJthewa Si
and Mrs M. W. Cresslerwere ville Oa. over the weekend and Mrs. R. L. Bradley has Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkisonover ther. Cruce of Oa lneavWe. After
Bianforcl on Thunk.ijjlvln d. Ga. last Ga. was home from, Mr. and Mrs\[ David+ Mont- I pea:
In the
; Calhoun visiting Mrs. C. L. Cox and entered Ft Bennlng. Ga. for the weekend. Jimmy Eunice of Charlotte the dinner all young
Und alas llo.vuid Vn.inn.i;.. ,r.Ir. week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday to Monday. gomery and family visited Mi a game of baseball.
family. training.Bradley. Address: James D. Thursday guests of Mrs. Nellie N. C. visited his parents Mr. pie enjoyed
and ;Mrs. 91'.1: Vaughnof Mrs John W. Griffin of andIrs.; H. 1. TuU.ert< / In I
\ Charles Cressler and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hoke of U.S. 03418629, Co. B, Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy and !Mrs.: J. H. Eunice owes Church Artlvltlews
'' Kobcrtsdaie.: Al.i., c.i Suliu Mrs. Bruce L. Davis of Ar- Ochlochnee Ga. was visitingher Lake City from Wednesday to : Columbia. S. C. were weekend Battalion First Trn. Brg., Bach and Lynn were Mr. and the long weekend. During the Grace Methodist: Church

tiny and Sundny. '8<111\ was visiting Mrs. E. M. mother Mrs. F. F. Stump Friday.Mr. guests of Mrs. Arlen McKnight. Fort Banning Ga. Mra. Bob Smith and Mr. and time Mrs. Selma JDunlce join- School 9:43: a.m.. Worship 11

Hallmark t'urdtlon yuu'1 Davis over the weekend. from Saturday to Wednesday. and Mrs. William Greenof I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Blood- .Mrs. iM. B. Ogden Lori and Mrs. Tom Whaley and their ed them, and they visited. Mr a.m. and 7:30: p.m. MYF Wed-

rare .enough to HP id the very Mrs. L. A. Davis spent last Mrs. Nelson Green and fuel Neptune Bench visited worth and family were 1 in Doug of Jacksonville spent respective families of Jackson and Mrs. Joe Lane and familyin I nesday 8 p.m.

(rest Mump "'''11I1".1|> ldtulck week in Fernandinn Beachvitli ily had as visitors Mrs SU..llnTice Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Quincy over the long weekend Saturday with 'Mr. and bin villa, Mr. and Mrs. Maine Deland. First Baptist: Sunday

Hervlt'e. ItiilliiiKton'M. "Mrs. J. U. lIar J'i-'Z: 41. I 12/2.1: : 'Mrs. Willie ,Mae: Judd had Jacksonville on Sunday after- and Mrs. Robert Byrd ent's Mr.. Mr*. C. W. 7:30
I anj;! Mrs. Mamie Futch spent and Mn. Virgil Griffls of the and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban m. and : p.m.. Training
(Mr. and Mrs Cliff I'-ne air as Thanksgiving overnight: noon and Mr. and Mrs. EvanWilkinson and family of St. Petersburg 'Brandon Sr. last week in Jacksonville with State Farm. Denise and Lisa were dinner I Union 6:30.: ''Midweek services j

Mrs., Blanche Fouts of J.tck guest her ,two granddaughters of St. Petersburg were weekend guests of Mr.and I Miss Bollirtner of Wll- .
Mary her brother-in-Ltw and cutter, Mrs. C. E. Olsen and Mrs.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray.: Wednesday evening.
Monville and Roy Wingate o lIen, Judd of Clewiston and I on Tuesday.Mr.. and Mrs. David Montgomery> llam-Caiey College Hattles- Mr. and Mra. J. D. Putney. Donald Gustafson of Jacksonville mond Williams !in Jacksonville.Mr. I Church of Cod: Sunday.

Callahan were Sunday guest Darlene Hayes of Lake Butler Jr. of Mrs. G. C. Coats Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas 'burg Miss. was home for the Mr. and Mrs. O. .1, BoyettI and 'Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. ; and Sin[ Fred School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.
'of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones tf'ilduy di'.iner' guests were her Meridian Miss. were Jr. and family were visitingher long weekend She was accompanied vendar'l
and children of Valdosta Gay Green were guests of Mr. and I vis and daughter m. and 7:30: p.m. YPE -Wednesday
weekend Mr and
and visited :Mrs: Aggie Jones: jon and daughter-in-law Mr. guests of mother Mrs. John Snod- back to school b I Mrs.
spent the weekend with Mrs. Floyd Futch. Pendarvls'a parents. Mr. and, 7:30.Highland: .
"WI> the Starke Nursing Home and Mrs. 1) W. Judd and famIly Mrs. David CoatI grass. In Scottuboro Ala. over
of Lake
Susan Dlnktm
Miss4 I
Kd: Durban
and Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkln I Mrs. C. P. Gordon In Bunnell I
(Miss :
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Geraldine Gay spent the weekend. BaptLt Sunday
of Clewiston. Oeorge who spent Sunday Mrs. R. K. EAkin and child
spent the day with Mr. and over the lc.wekend..
Jr. and children Bruce Becky, 'Mrs. Alice Anderson visited i the weekend with Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Williams night with the Bolllngera. I Galveston, Texas Mrs. H. L. i School 9:43: a.m.. Worship 11
ren of are Cotton at their] '
and Ricky, ''Mr. and Mrs. Mark Chief and Mrs. Lyle Anderson Mrs. Pete Harrell and familyin of 380 W. Weldon St. Mrs. Nell Andrews and Miss visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. M. home on East Lake. The Cottons The Hubert Priests spent the a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meet-

Jackson and Mr. and Mrs and children In Norfolk Va. Eastman Ga. have purchased the P. H. Lott Mamie Oliver were visiting I Jordan this week day in Cedar Key visiting Mrs. big' Wednesday 7 p.m. Choir
Carl and children weekend. !Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parncll house at 1210 Blumling street were hosts\ to an old | Priest's brother and tishing. practice Saturday 7 p.m.
Henley spent t over the long Mr. and Mrs! Clifton Howell A pot supper was held at t fashioned family reunion din.
Thanksgiving day with Mr,. Mrs. Frank Weaver of Cher of Deland were weekend Saratoga/ Heights, and are and family in Bartow over th* the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. ner for the descendants of tht ,Mr. and Mr. Carl Prevatt

,and Mrs. H. I 10. Smith and Mrs, ry Point, N. C., James Weaver guests Woodburn.of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. moving this week. long weekend. L. Turner last Friday night late Mr. and Mrs. Chart enjoyed dinner with :Mr. and THE IUU1IT POINT/ Med ....

James Smith In Williston.on \ and son, Mike of Jonesboro, (Mrs. Mrs. Carrie Hitch and Miss John Adams of the University demonstrating kitchen wear. t>tnkln Each family broughta Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Jr. an way you write .Cotne- ta and

Ark. were weekend guests of C. D. Williams Mrs.L. Annie Darby spent Thursday of Georgia and1: Miss Jan- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elllngs- covered dish or two. About family in Lake Butler. select. your favorite EftJ:...
Mr. and l Mrs. W. T. Jackson D. Green and Mrs. Irene to Monday with Mrs. N, T. Adams of Jacksonville University Mr.
and :Mrs.
Johns relatives burgof Lake City gave the 40 members of the family en- Bobby Grifflsand BROOK fouBtata pea. TTCLEGRAPH. -
were visiting Hitch Jr. and in HI
Sr. in family were home for the week demonstration and served supper oyed this very happy occasion. children of Jacksonville', .

; .5 Mrs Lucile Davis visited Mr.Mayo and Monday.Mrs. alenh. end.Mrs. which every one thought Mr and Mrs. J. W. Thomas spent the day with Mrs. Grif-
c Mr. and Mrs. 1. }<'. Infer, Jr. Herbert Thomas Mrs. Rhoda Dampier visited Mabel Braden of Jacksonville was delicious. Those and
attending Jody Jay of Hemlerson-
>> had
and sons in Jacksonville last as weekend guest at Mr and lira John Talton In was visiting Mrs. Errol 1
their !in the were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton sills, N. C. spent the long
camp Scrub '
High Springs on Sunday .
Tuesday to Sunday. Alvarez over the weekend.Mr. .
Strickland of ..
Kingsley Lake weekend with Mr. and JoI. .
; 666 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Patterson Charles Fowler and Dr. Don- Mr. and ''Mrs. Carl Thompson and Mrs. W. F. Herlong -
:f Ie ald Chubb and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson W. F. Moore. On Thursday
; sons of Winter and daughter, Miss Lyn
Jr. Silver of
and family visited Park. 'Ji Saluda S. C. are visiting and 'Mr. and Mrs. Don Chitty they Joined' other members of MRS. EVELYN WISEIS

M Springs and, Deer Ranch I Mr. and Mrs. George Powell Thompson! Thompson, and grandson of Roanoke, David Dr. and Mrs. II. H. Adams this of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. the family for the annual family .
returned to their home 1 in week.Mr. H. C. Kelly reunion at the home of Mr. THE NEW REPRESENTATIVE
.r Rapids. N. C. spent the long and Mr*. N. B. Rosier FOR
Newton. N. C. Monday after weekend with Mr. and Mrs. and family were visiting Mrs (Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and Mrs. David lloyrr. Everyone
two and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Including of course AMERICAN BEAUTLPLEATDRAPERY
[ weeks visit with Mrs. J. Carl Sewell. E. B. Andrews in Lake Butleron
r WIN A PILE H. Fields. 1'.11'11. Fields also I Dr. and Mrs. V.oV.. her birthday last Sunday. Carter and children visited Oranddaddy Boyer. enjoyedthe

=r had as guests on Sunday, Mr. land Jr. and family Strick-I I Miss Christa Joollenbeck and Mr. Carter's brother-in-law good) dinner and visiting. RODSAND
and Mrs. and sinter, Mr. and Mrs. Kim
Robert Tanner of Thanksgiving day Miss Carol Starling of Jacksonville Mrs. Effle Miner war dinner

:: CASH Baldwin.Mr. and Mrs. Strickland. Sr. In were Thanksgiving Frank In Lakeland and his guest of Mrs. Betty Miner
KOCH POT I stepmother 101..... Rosa MAKES DRAPES
r and Mrs. John Torodo Daytona Beach. Day guests of Dr. and Mrs. D. Smith and sons.

w: No Piiz/Icft, ; |, Mrs. Pauline Torode Mr* an"Mra. .,.Airs Robert Boudrt"l\II"+ ,lInd W. Whlffen In' Winter Haven Hospital. Mrs. Joyce Futcn and Miss

8tamH| to I.lc'k.to Solve.No Obi Nothing gallon..to Jut Write.Come No W. K. Torode Jr., and daughter of Indian River I Mrs. Effie Johns had as I a .Mra. Beutah Norman .and Elisabeth Terry apent Thursdo Call

w I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hughes of City. Sir and Mrs. Arthur guest Wednesday to Sunday Danny have returned from overnight In Tallahasseewith

In Each Week .or Several Time a Jay Atlanta spent Thanksgiving at Pease of Jacksonville, and Mr. I hrr nephew O. W. Balsden of visiting(: her children In Miami. their brother-in-law and 533.2123 FOR FREE ESTIMATE

= and Opt Your FREE: 'Cah I'ot" Ticket. the Torodo camp In the Scrub. and Mrs. .Moore: Mrs. Alice Austin. of
Billy of Madison Jacksonville and on Sunday Day- sister Mr. and )01... John Wy WITHOUT
M Lost Week's WinnerUnclaimed Sally Torode was visiting x were guests during the afternoon Mrs. Mabel Reddish OHLIGATIONSELeeteie

= her uncle and aunt Dr. and 1 Thanksgiving weekend of of Jacksonville.Mr. I

Mrs. Frank Kllgo In Macclen- and "Mrs. Fred Bennett. and Mrs. J. W. Rltch
Cash Pot Now $$50.00 ny from/ Friday to Sunday. Local admittances to lr'l and weekend guests. Mr. and l

I Mrs. O. L. Beunley and ''Mrs. tor's Hospital this week Mrs. Paul Pitch of Oastonla.

= utility{ !.. Mg and cjuajity. rrrcripfloii J. W. Kincaid spent the week Willie Lee Carter Jr., Mrs. i N. C.. were Saturday evening
end with Mr. and
Mrs. C. C.
Betty Jean Baldwin Richard
a at KOCII'S. DR1JW'! lime Your Next KxFilled dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
= I: lloppe In Tampa. Underhill of Starke; Mr. Jo.- Sanford Rltch !In Gainesville. EVERYBODY

'Mrs. Paul Shupe of Merrltt e.phlne Vickery and Susan Arnold Mr. and Mrs. A. O. LoudonJr. N r
= I Island was visiting her moth LOVES : .
1 at KOCH'S-Free Lake
Delivery of Butler; and Mrs. and son. Sonny spent; the -
er. ;-Mrs.[ R F. Demorest, over Elva Scott of .
rM weekend with Mrs. N. W. V
the weekend.Mr. .
I I I Heights. Thomas In Marlon. Ala. u
and Mrs. C. C. M.\it-. :
I \
C'ltrlmmiM 1'"t"lraph- Mrs. II. O. Merow\ of Tampa.
gomery and family of Russell Ir JlplttI'luart..r"11; ,, Camera Jerome Edwards of Naples

villa, Ala. were weekend guest I'rnjwtom.. I'ularold and Steve Edwards of F3U

\ Thinking about more insurance? I of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pollard Hi-reran. Tape Krrnnlfm eta I, spent the weekend with Mr. Gifts; I. i l
:Mr.: and 'Mrs. Burnell
Dyal Iliilllnxtoiitlt. 4t U23|: and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. :

ra spent Thanksgiving day with Local admittances to Bradford Mr. and Mra. George H ) /, .
Mrs. Sarah Fulgham In Palut-
County Hospital this week Stevenson of Decatur. Oa. were

;: Investigate Gulf Life's ka. Include: Mrs. Marilyn Coble guests last week of Dr. and to. ,
Friends of ':\1"11" John Greene ej
w V will regret to hear that her James Mossier, and Mrs.\ CharIty Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. ... _...
Ollsson of Keystone Miss'! Jane Waller of Pompano '

.. ADAPT-A-PLAN brother Buck Clmncey of Mon- Heights; William Thomas Beach was the weekend l /! -< I

ill ticello was seriously Injured Mrs. Leafy Todd. Russell guest of Mr and Mrs. A. N. 'v, .
when, shot s&i t
In the head In a ; :
= Hornsby Mrs. Ruth HOlliday Jr. and family.
: ..... Glue We N
agent can yae bow, with Adoptrone hunting accident lust Friday
A4Hoo. __ Nell Crawford Mrs. Reynolds'l Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlontjvisited J/ '
four I r adaptable to meet changing lie Is convalescing In Tallahassee
-= pros.cnoa ....... Tt.eyfl tall you how a family income Memorial Hospital.Mr. I Oil), and Walker. relatives In Jacksonville .". r- f
-- .1i.. Stailce; and Mrs. Ruth Tyler over the long' weekend. I : ft.rr.LSLf
eon h.lp cod.
>oar child... to eoM.e. or poovioW and Mrs F. B. BeardJr. I
= I /' h.no__. and family and Tom Swartsof of Lawtey. Mrs. Dot Failing and Mrs. 1 I r '
ar McComb ''Miss Or. and Mrs. M. J. Pick-rtna David Coats of Starke. and
were Inn Mrs. C. C. Coats
and daughter of Sanford spent Jr. of Meri-
r- : fet c fmese Agents r fatay? Thursday and Friday guests f Thursday with Mr and Mrs. dan Miss. attended the Llb.ace ..,.- ; ..
Mr. and ''Mrs." Beard!
Sr. Mr.
L N. Pickering. concert at the Jacksonville

= : and Airs.[ Beard, sr. left Friday Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Civic Auditorium last Saturday s uiM
morning for Camden
a- : are having a nltiht.
family birthday
C to attend the funeral
I Mr. Beard's o: l supper tonight (Thursday) for Miss Janet Hardy of the

wn brother Rosa E'I Mrs. Yawn's father. J. O. CnldweH. I University of OeoraU-. wu.. ..-
Beard. They visited Mr. I II home
for the weekend.Mr. .
C Mrs. J. E. Hill in I ,
.yM Florence S. Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Mathews and Mrs. E. W. Hayes
.. t ti1 C. on Saturday en route horn.
I had as guests during the long are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. ,
and Sheppard weekend Lowell Mathews of I E. Hayes In Miami for several)
eons of Tallahassee. and
days. I
Folkston. Oa..
Mr. and Mrs.,
Mr. and Mrs. John Spe..nr. of
Crawfordville Dennis Mathews of Neptune '
were weekend
Y Beach. Mrs. Howard Stillwell
w 1 guests of Mrs Lucian Conner. :
uUr.[ and Mrs. Donald Griffin of Palatka. and Mr.. and Mrs. ,, STOPCUIIDUF!! !! : For "Whole
and children Bruce Mathews ani family of enjoyment : r
JOHN \VINDII.\M: : I. M. NOF.CltLJ'hon..u : of Tampa were Gainesville. .
= I weekend guests of Mr. and,I O.f This Christmas, treat Mom-the "I-
: Mrs.
1'hoiM'H: Mrs. .I. F. Gorko. Jewell Noesel< and [ffll" whole family-with th.
Bee. UH1-2131 OfHr DIU!I-1 1121 I IAfter Miss daughter Sharon were !In Tallahassee @" : perfect rift for jrear-round pleasure comfort and
a- Sandy Saxon of Iom- COnftnnce. !
Of He -
3 p.m.-IMi 1-0723 pano Beach, Miss Dorothy Albrecht over the weekend .."lOt...,., j I II Give a beautiful, Bameletw. major electric

Hox 88!) Bo, 8HOHturke of Vero Beach and visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. P.I 11!d rr..e-a t-a.r ........ '--' It'. a wonderful way to say. with love apptLaxg _
= Starke, Flit..mJNTLEy Flx.r ;Misa Joyce. I -.l : 'Enioy life shar..
Eleanor the
j "
Burky of Orlan I wry best together.
Stanley Noegel and I
'" eon.
; .- were weekend guests of
Mrs E. C. :Morris and Miss Larry and John and BUI'' THE BRADFORD Remember there'a no match for flamele
ri Sin/ Morris. were duck hunting near electric living.3fv .
= TUusvllle over the weekend.Mr. 'I TELEGRAPH
Kdgar: Hoyt Dukes
and RobIn
and l
Mrs. J. a. Caldwell
McQunrrte of Boston Matu. Published every Thursdayat
= t y l, are spending this week with were In Reddtck on Sunday 138 \\.". call St. : rx r3C!i3>i3GfiXS6 ,i'
visiting Mrs.
A. O. Yongue. 4t
ar Mr. and ;\.Ir.. K, C. Duken. Starke Fla. 32091: '
The Dukes also had Mrs. Carrie Rltch. Miss Annie : FREE! A gay. 33.p* e book, chechful of ,

r 1 p +,raa as weekend Darby. Dr. and Mrs. T. O. E. L. Matthew, editor a.-.J: I Christmas idea, new recipe party decorations.
guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Wll- j p .z. ii
t Hunt R. Brookim Rltch and children. Nfr. and pubLrhe': !! fift-wrappinc tip* and aucftMtiom to p .
of Beaufort
S. C.Mr.. Mrs. N. B. Rosier!: and children.I hIp brighten your holiday. Get a free copy "sat II V
i Second class
_- :: [ and "Mrs. Leonard Moore and Mrs Floyd Green attend postage paid your electrical appliance dealer newt '""..
ed' the wedding of Miss Dianne I at Starke. Fla. I

have had as guests Mr. and Rltch to Jack Dewe In Miami I jR f*?? : .
= : j KK1>KE.\HN Jr. GORDON W. ALLEN Mrs. Mark Moore of Gainesville last Friday evening ', Subscription Rates: .

r u Phone 473-4311) Phone 961-4121 on Thanksgiving day and In trade area: $3. O per I
and Mrs. O. R. Mann
= fez 68.1 Bon 8KOStarke. ) Mr. and Mrs.: Edgar Cottle Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. J. O year; I2.0O six months 1 L 0 I D A fowl I LICM1 I : COYPANT

Keystone Height. .-1... .'1.... and children Woodbine, Ga. I Jackson were !In Chlafland Outtd trade area: $..00 H""G tuna UO /IOA .;.,
= : I on Sunday. per year; $2.2ax: : / month j
Sunday visiting relatives. ,
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Spanish Theme Fashions And Flowers Tea such days as we now live In. the name of the Lord shall be
and God's woiu, refers to themas aved." (Romans 10:131:; Yes
Planned ForChristmas ) Launches Holiday Season Christ Is the last days, for we read: Christ Is the answer I
I Tea i This know also that in the [Note: Re 'last days perilous times shall has been 'writing weekly copies
_r I "Christmas in Spain" will The Answer .'pnif for men shall be loversof the major part of the year

GLADYS MOOTY be the theme for the annual their own selves covetous, I 1969. If you have enjoyed his,
Christmas tea at the Starke fly boasters proud blasphemers, writings, it would encourage

Phone 964-0651 I Woman's Club on Wednesday.Dec. Rev Charles Harvey disobedient to parents truce Rev Harvey if you could this
8, at 3:30: p. m. breakers false accusers. de- week write him a few lines arid
Honor guests will be all new Pastor First Baptist Church .pl erll ot those that are good I. and share your joy with him. d

Alpha Delta Kappa Mrs. Sue WilliamsIs I members of the Woman's Club lovers of pleasure: more This copy is not a free publlqI I
members of the Junior Worn Ijiwlev, Fla. than lovers of God having ation. Rather it is paid for !
Executive Board Honor Guest ana Club the S.-nlor Citizens -- n form of godliness, but denying each week. Your personal response I

Met Here SundayThe 'At Luncheon I i and the Little Women. When we think of Christ alcoholic beverage nr being the power theieof" (Tim In wilting would be ot. .
Members and guests will en Likeness, naturally we thinkof I| consumed today than ,-vei before 3 1.8.1 I Inspiration to him. Write hima
i all the traditions: of Olc s and front In As we see this prophecy of few lines right now while you ,
executive! board: of dIstrict 1 Mrs. Sue Williams, bride- Joy (ore assured the I history There I is more" .*
two Alpha Delta Kappa elect, was honored; eta delightful |I Spain as they will be carrier Word of God that every born- I tiniest today. throuahotii the (the Apostle Paul coming to I are thinking o? same. It maybe -
sorority held a meeting in the luncheon Tuesday ini I I out in the decorations, refreshments again believer will In the world and men grope toi nnawer. PAYS hourly should not it the means of the continuation
Pecan Room of the Garden the Pecan room of the Garden and program. A group eternal day be like Him. It I| !. and man. comes up with awaken us to the realizationthat I of tills column. His address -
I of students from the Spaniel} thrills WP should prepare our Is: Box 116. Lawtey. Fla.
Restaurant on Sunday. Nov. Restaurant given by Mrs. L. my heart as I write this new legislation aa well n.i new
28. !, C. Adams and Mrs Clause! Classes: of Mrs.! Rosa Rabell will! I copy to elate passages of' taxation and organization, and I, hearts by receiving Christ as I Phone 783-3997.:
Mis. Sara Sove of Calla- Crowson. present the program which will Scripture that affirm that wewill IntegiMtlon. while every new I, personal/ Saviour In order that I
han. district director, presidedat { The white linen covered din- depict the differences between I one day have a body in I device of man simply increase i| we shaH! be changed Into His
the celebration of ChristmasIn the likeness of the Blessed Son Likeness for all eteinity"'Whosoever
the meeting. Matters of Interest problems or man.
to the district and state 1 ing beautiful table was arrangement centered of with yellow a- our own country and thoseof __ oS ............ -.- of ClodWhen He shall appear But Ood foretold of just/ shall call upon Plastic Notebook $3.30 at theDon't

were discussed.! Mrs. Mildred :i rosen! and fruit in a milk Spain. The following' Little ('and)%lrix'| 'm. |1,1..1, l tan liii" |>..rlum purl' In the llriulfonl! i we shall! be like Him" (II TtUORAPIi.:5: s
Bigham of Leesbun. State Women will model authentic John 3:31:: "Beholding, as In a --.-- "' J
glass vase. The seating arrangement County hospital| \ .\u\illur> tiihliMi and Flourr.* ten nhlchtmuRurultsI ----:;::--::-n ====_ ? -::-- s
I which havebeen
President, reported on charrMs for the twelve Spanish costumes i the holiday WIIMIII 'In Ilif ('....t of .\r...... llnimint mliror. the Olory of the Lord -
in international by-laws. loaned by Mrs Rabell: we me changed Into the *tun
guests was designated byt I IIlJlhl.. Inn Tm Representing the Alpha | Kathleen Thomas. Linda Rae > Image, from Glory to Olory."
place cards which were
Oamrr.i chapter of Starke were ated with yellow Rosier, and Martha Bellinger 1 ('hrl..t". "" iliM-orntloiiH. on .IK|>lny. un from( left): ((3:I Cor 3:18): ). Those and other Be Misled!

Mrs. Fate Brown and Miss i The honoree was' decor-I I Hostesses" for the afternoon I \l ..5err, Lorraine* Mmrknmii' | (ilrntlu lre\alt, aid I ; passages. of Scripture assures!
Marge. Middleton. I I with a bronze mum will be: chairman. Mrs. F W SIo''r. thAt every born-ayaln child of I"
I Strickland Mrs. J W Kin-" God will not only live eternally -
At the close of the meeting I and a personal gift from hers|I I. ,
a social hour was enjoyed. I hostesses as a memento of the' call Mrs H H. Adams Mrs. we are also assured that wo I BY
1 occasion. I T. H. Slade. Mrs. S. O Den will\ have a Glorified Body In
i, mark. :Mrs. F n.Bf'arl.. Mrs the Likeness, the Saneness of
Elementary SchoolPTA.s 1 Those from out-of-town wereI i
I Clyde Sinclair. :Mrs. Foster/ our Wonderful, SI'vloul'. the
Hawkins Mrs.
Mrs. Hlrlam and I
To Meet Frances Hawkins of JarksonI I Shi Smith Mrs. Julian McRae Lord Jesus chrLst i Wild RumorsI
I vllleI Mrs! Paul Raymond. Mrs. This hould Inspire eachChristian
Southside Elementary PTA I II Freeman' Register Jr.. Mrs S. to a newn! iu otTltankvslvlnfi
will meet Tuesday. Dec! 7. at I 1 A. Weldon. Mrs. Tyler Jones 4 l'i : dally as well ai I
. 7:30: p. m. in the caf terla. The Junior Clubi !Mrs I N Breazenle. Mrs. Logan to lIrt'at..rlel'vlre/ dally for 111!"
'Fourth grade children will T. Gay Mrs T C Hazen ante AH we are brought' face I ASK HUMBLY FOR YOUR VOTE AND

, present the program The executive I i Executive BoardI :Mrs p a. Felos. and Mrs R.. to the! with physical, miffer-
board will meet at 7:00: A. Oreen v Inn, anguish" of heart poverty SUPPORT
I I of the
The executive board disease.
_ p m. and mural coiroslon
Junior Woman's Club will meet In the! world 1 In which we live.
Stailce Elementary PTA will tonight I IThursdayl at 8 o'- Father Chapman If man would turn to ChrLt.II'C'pIIrIA ,

I have Open !House at the meetIng clock: at the home of Mr Conducts Day Him ni Saviour and
l Ernest Moon: let Him become M. M. JORDAN]X !
Tuesday. Dec 7, at 7:30: p. Lord 1 of theirtlfr Ra-Elect I
- m. (In the cafetolum: Parents The regular meeting will be ,Of RecollectionFather the mental /state. in which
r may visit their children's room held Monday night at 8 0'-1 mnn would then lire would t
and teacher during the pro- clock at the club house Francis Chapman. enable man to nu.'tnln courage f
gram. ;: Mrs. Bob Ferguson. Mrs. I C. 8. 8 R. conducted a "Dayof nnd drteimlnatlon and endurance TO BE RETURNED AS YOUR LAWTEY MARSHAL
. Christopher Parker and Mrs Recollection'1! at 8t Ed. I in times of tenting anti!
Mike Sexton as hostesses. I II ward's Catholic Church In Other ('an4l.>.lrti'|"TH noxlvlrrfriMtluiHMil ,. .i-il. uIhr "bcuutlfiillt' "I'I"lnl..1| | trouble
.- THE RIGHT POINT for the The Bradford High School Starke on No 3d for the Jun table, 'Inilmllng ((runt Nil lloimliTliimiiw, The Satanic force' of evil AND KEEP OUR TOWN

;. ',way yon write. Come In and I chorus will present a special t lor and senior high school .Jitrkli. lllinMI..| (.r..1. \\I-M-, lower srrungwaeata. wrn !h>' are predominant In the world )
fleet. :your favorite ICSTf.Ui program of Christmas music students. I'..)..in .....rl.t. .. '"( l I" gf* today ar>i men are going from Six Years Of Law Experience
- The schedule included prayer one extreme to another In
(i GRAPH.BROOK fountain pea. TELE- and lectures with mass at ....".,.,..-= -"- .....,.........-: neuron of aomethlna that will I .1'.1 t Pol. Adv ) I
12:15: p. m. Lunch was servedIn satisfy the human. heart More I = II:7
the parish hall by theLa.. tFI- :--:t.--- .::. = ;:;:='<"-'''''";fe"I ; _

dies of the Altar Society -
Lay-Away For Christmas

NEW Far Library"How to BOOKSAt Itehlehemt"Numb t''i P1 JACKSON(

Loft.. Utr: .t novel, has r
a. Its theme the I'lrcumitancri
surrounding! the birth of
i Christ and l M primarily con
1 ciTTft with the Magi whom Ia
j tote picture .a* it Korean u. _
tmno>mer, an African stave: e /
aril a Tartar warrior It U a
harming story to be read at t 1 j

any time of the year 1-- SUPPLIES

Other interesting bunk avttllnbU 1...ia'ling. In Ilir fi-lilon. I.IKIW NNIh. HI, ll/trriltnl. l"y Mr..

at the Public Library Jrrmnc Jiihno. .rri" (.root Iff I lone l'i,>< Ulntiu. Mary liiiinti.Murlljn .

Include The Source by JamraMlehener. M<4'rwry sod! Joji-r ('ruwf, .ril. Kuoliluii'. wri prolilr '
Up The iMwn Stair
Thou Who Kaufman
Marc Jackson Manager
Love Stone. Airs Above The ,

Ground Stewart and The I'IIONI':961.11)1)1; ) Uiill.M: ( U) IIW.UAUI..f: (:. CO. KTAIIKK.:
Man With The Golden Gun

Firming Non-fiction Intern by Doctor NEWS And NOTESFor Come In and See Our Lines of New and Used Lumber, Shingles, Metal

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All !they including (trike*. _.. ..---.- ON
We wish to M our appreciation
expr (Compurlmrnt
Choice of standard deluxe model,
or to Dr Barry, Dr I hi It nard fat von to resist. protein and l tlie'KU be DID A.MKIWCKCABINET: :
Wide selection of arre*.rieM. Adams, and the personnel of mi. mAr.; e od ar.d often r il.I ttnolday h I film A properly I C'Ck..d( l :1:x KITCHEN SINKlih

"UKI'AIHIM; I IS OUR)( ".:('I.I.TY"SIMPSON'S Bradford County Hospital for : rood v I kiss a t4'1I.ler white and a. \11' "U
their klndnewes and otwrrvant Hue ale ..um.lIe< '! i gone smooth yolk If ,I'xikliu umirrittur H" Faucet
care during the Inter ol/ on how to enjoy th in wltlimit\ ( U loo ,JiUli( ot the, All C Colon I \\llh
BICYCLE SHOP James, Clayton YarbrouahMr putting on unwanted ....Ilht rim I I. cooked too long: uu\:. pro 2 Strainer* OFF HARDWARE
Veda Yarbrou and These cam Si< i mss the 2.'$ S. Walnnt Street Starke. .'1... family and might be worth some/ \ white tough aril! the yolk Sale $1 Q.50
t thought mealy "III' heat IIIIY14 Anywhere

Enjoy any party fond that A1.v111S! Tt.\II'"fI"U:
ls served but limit the .1!/<* of AWWtl| have long reprrirntrdIrmptntlon <
Buys In Town Shop At Jackson's and SAVE!
your selection For example. not 1'1/1'' i figure& '

Starke's Brand New --- One And Only .rf--i! an npen-farr-1 sandwich lively but In at least one ease
mad with thin slices of meat literally I
Ixittt.*a "t f a mlnlnturrpuff In IOth-r'entury Rtulund: : < LOW LOW PRICES NAILS EXTRA SPECIAL!

fLed;: wlUi rich creamed mixture there was In the a law .iialimt t- <-Ui It trllliapplra awl, > os SII I.h., ('In

mm\ MI; llU.J i .; NT run\ \
4 I It erne .have a choirbetween enacted brraur the au: a' 01 $
,weru. or. raw frrohe.r'.all"I I ttvaJ >lm was suet a temp AWNING TYPE WINDOWS COMMON BRITES 5e90
cor", ntrste your' attention on tallon to appreiitir es and seeanta
nibbling, carrot curls r.'J kry" that they fllrlir" mon. FLUSH AND PANEL DOORSu.fa,,: : \lnos rRUaO1: : ( I lie 1.11
22.; NOKTII TEMI"''I.K; AVK.NUEI ; ; -tli. k. or rodisheaChristmas from their employers to ou; a EWSIJ IIM"U; : ) Jbs"+l SIu'is

cake and eandlr) .pt/Jr*.
I SNOW .re u'uaUy huh In ealorlM Apple. Jute should Mplrntlful If Everything For home Improvement :"so d. (f'ln,
but they nerd not upset your supply too W. think I
weht wrtedule If yeas eat In this apple Julcf' i ake woul At Jack.on' COMMON NAILS $4.00

OPEN FOR BUSINESSClarence Urn:'" d amounts AvoW tr<* tempt anybody *ppr rit.a:;
flM altogether If you not.
:NKW.'/ ; irsKii.; Sl.IfiIlTI.1JI.fau I ; : !
are unable to r.44 a second Afrit. : U'U": ('.IKI: : $
piece after tasting the first One-half CUK far' ,.!'ii'halfteHnon BATHROOM SETS I.AVATOMV.: ('(IMMOIK.) : Tit II 40.

Rhoden Watch out for those caloric vanilla 1 'ip
co inf.r. the holiday hUla :2 r.... :2 cup 'I)If: ,ski

LOCAL DEALER AND DISTRIBUTOR au'and h I drsitrruD"a.aaueN gravy stuff Inns. I flour. one-1 teapo halt ussiraor! bale I";.. soda(prrwdrr. SPECIALS ON CALVANI\ ZED PIPE AND FITTINGS

Wants To Welcome Old and New Customers With Our t t'e ahead of lime th* one-half> teaxpuori ait one
foods you are going to rat rnttnltrd 1: half teaspoon tin-mnv turn. 100 Ft. 1.2" $2.00
amounts Then standby fourth fuMKJon Inv one PLASTIC PIPE I" $4.90

Day Special your drrUlon' and. ate, slim I half teaspoon n nmrj csrt; i, Roll. 3-4" e e $3.90
Opening Hti. PIJ IV OK *'('" I fourth cup apple i. '
F..rl/a arc the "bash of varied Cream tat. va/i.I:... ,t' =d ai,
ai:d delectable! eatln hrth'r together until luti'" ,. d r taffy PAINTS I NEW AND USED CAST IRON PIPE
you serve them as rtrir or in Add the eM onr turn
plain and fancy dj hr.. b. Unc each one .'. n ,.AM/ OTIIKIt; 4" x 5 Ft. Single Hub New $4,25 "Per 5' Joint
It take* corml4rrmt skill to Sift' together fi'"!.' o.k, 2; PAINTS
( used Prices,. )
Carton of cook an egg jut right To In- powder Kida sale! > .t.arnn. D.LP
Pepsi-Cola eating r... close., and .
1'0 ere best quality. siju nutmeg
(I'l'TO: M\KK: liS.fI'I Ill;. IH I VUTKICH( : .on1.1.( 1. YOUR
i4! boll cooked with low to I Add to creamed m.x'uts tthree
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'It length of ttone Never apple Jwtee la two \\f -a a
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tundarnental ,
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in v.ter. trying pan or oven oven i U to M m. .'.t
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AOK!:: rotor t BRADFORD COUNTY TTI-KORAPn. MTARRR.! n..oRlnA TJIt"1t'"l"T' mm. 2. 1'1' '

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In Auburndale

Tornadoes Meet Hounds In Play-Offs Friday NightGetAcquainted


Meeting; the Bloodhounds of Auburndale in the I

;: i first game of the state Class A play-offs tomorrow i He's The BossFalcon ASCS Office

Golf Tourney night may prove to be the toughest test Bradford's Not Ready Yet

Tornadoes have faced this year.

:Starts Sunday "Auburndale has the most explosive offense we Finest For SignupsIn

A Got-Acqualnted Tourna- J a \d k0'Iar will face" ]Head Coach David Hurse says, "They have QB .
to a number of
the kind of boy who all the play. response
|ment will be held Sunday, Dec can go way on one Inquiries Leaton Morgan Jr .

!fi I, at the Starke Golf & Coun- Auburndale has a 7-2 record I of the Agricultural

'try Club. Players must elect with losses to Bartow and Class side end with Dan Bailey. 165. In BHS Stabilization chairman and Conservation

,a partner with whom they AA Winter Haven and the a senior at the tight end.Wlegert's History"You County Committee sold today

of1ttv. never played before Tornadoes are undefeated. favorite target Office
ASCS County
that the
'(Ladles, also.) Eighteen holes HUlSe was speaking of Junior however. Is fullback Clifford
at the
for men, 9 holes for )ladles + : : r Jerry Green a 150 pounder, Henry. He will hit Henry with can't say enough about U not ready

jYee; handicap. Prizes for men who runs the 100 in 9.6. The short 10 yard rs while also him; Coach Tony Griffith said :..... .... ; to slim up participant:

and women. +: Hounds have at least three ending a man Ion*. Another of Donald Falcon, the Tornadoes' I In programs! authorized by, recently -
enacted farm legislation
Participants are asked to other backs with fine speed in receiver to watch Is the little top flight quarterbackwho -

2 bring a covered dish for a supper Eddie Hughes a 160 ,pound speedster. Green, who Is alsoa i this season led his team Pro:rams for which sign
+ Junior; Clifford Jenry, a 175 mates through 10 games undefeatej' upwill be conducted: -probably -
J to be!! held after the tour- 'iI I target. early In 1966 Include
,juunent. pound;::} senior and Danny Best lineman Is right tackle ,
An all-round athlete. Falcon feed grains and cropland ad-
A Beat-The-Pro Tournament Wood a 155 pound senior.Quarterback Richard Colvin. 200 a senior. I ;
plays baseball and basketball lustment.We< .
"Jvlll" 'be held Saturday and Sunday John Wtegert. He is a real tough football
175 a senior also runs well as well as football; and hs are dad
Dec. 1112. Any member I player, BHS coaches say. I
plays all three '! showinu so much Interest
r and has fine excellently He
throwing arm.
fan pay against tha pro once, I Ir a The Tornadoes are bolstered -
._ Is with In these diversion pronramV'the
top 62
The Bloodhounds have fine scorer points
# as many times as he wishes a by the return of three Injured -

on a handicap basis. The The 11)05 Bradford High fagent, shown above, are (l-ri John Odoin, Bryan Erwin Ores balanced offense; they will players. Center Butch on ted the..2..football lost team. He bat there' chairman are many said.details"However.to betaken
throw team to death. year and playeda
5>ro to scratch match play.FuU or run a Redding will probably start on
KndillHh. !Steve Baker Joe Kauffman, Coiw-li "'arof'Ytkln".n. Hobby White, Paul McLeod flawless short stop and he care! of before county
handicap.! Eighteen holes They do whichever Is the most offense and defensive specialist
Mujne McLeixl. Dade Crosby, David SSIIcox, and Emmett AkrldKe.I effective."They're.' scored 170 points third high, offices are In position! to answer -
Jor women. Steve Tllley will be at his
I i about as much like as a ball handling guard and questions about how
There will be prizes for any- linebacker post. Both boys will '

.{pne beating the pro. Against Live Oak i'I A i.'j4W..it. ; us Coach as Hurse'any team says. The we'll Houndsare meet. go rest only themselves.one way however End Joey to cage playmaker squad.on last season's and many to apply accept to a specific applications farm

: BOWLINGLEAGUES quick and fast. Both teams Reese Is back in practice and But he came Into his own I,! iri showing the grower's Intentionto

I play a 6-4 defense and both running but his starting stat this fall by combining his flneji i 1r participate

: offenses are very explosive. us Is doubtful although he Is athletic mind his twisting 4 'When the sltmups do
Here '
;Cagers Open TuesdayTornado Theyhave a weight lifting expected to see some action. running ability ant; his fine'' } dart the Chairman said

COMMERCIAL LEAGUES program slmlllar to the Tor- All three boys had knee Injuries throwing arm to become the A farmers will be reminded In

Faulkner's Sinclair dropped nadoes' and are probably am best quarterback In BHS hls-l| plenty of time to file program

pie first point, but came on cagers will open wins ballgames," the coach Wayne McLeod, 6' 1": sophomores close .physically to the localsas "They'll help us moralewiseas \ tory. He knows the game play I] applications before a stated

'strong to .take three of four their 1965 season here Tuesday : Paul McLeod, 6' 11". any team, in the state. well as having them back so well that he calls most ofjj I deadline Normally, such signup -
said.Atkinson I' ._ --(1M1"
from Starke Motor Parts in night when they take on the also said the '65 Wayne McLeod was high "It'll be a wide-open offen- at their old spots Coach Hurse hiv own plays; he has passed ; continue for about six

'the Men's Commercial League. Bulldogs of Live Oak In JV Tornadoes are the tallest he's scorer for the team last season sive game," Hurse predicts. says adding that the extra for 1.023 yards, ran for 365. I Donald Falcon week Farmers will be furnished -

)'. Penooo set the pace for and varsity contests. ever had. They are not tall with 204 points while Greg How wide open will depend on depth will be helpful. and completed 13 touchdown tills Held (Central: complete details on then

Paulkner'a with a 543 set. The JV game begins at 7 p. compared with other clubs, Reddish; had 230 and Donald who has the best defense and While the Hounds and Tor- pa.wes.! Besides all that he has w farm programs. as they
m. and the Varsity one at @::30. however, with the tallest, Junior Falcon 170. McLeod was also the Tornado defense is a nadoes fight It out In Auburn- kicked 28 extra points and burndale' I is. itron "\ than any become availableCronkhitc! "

"This Is probably the best Bob White, only 6' 2". the team's leading rebounder. strong one. dale, Fort Lauderdale Nova and one field goal. He. also plays a team we'v fared They havespeed

M I over-all material 1'ive ever Senior players and heights Falcon, quarterback on the I The Hounds run mostly Wachula will battle In the Region flawless defensive game a rood p.'uer" and a Will

worked with." Coach Warney are: Steve Baker, 6' 0" Emmett football field squad will miss from the I-formatlon with an 2 and 4 play-off contest. He has given the Tornadoesa well-bnlunred offen.se

Atkinson states, 'I think Akl'ldJle, 5' 10"; John the first several basketball end over and split wide. It That contest is rated a toos-up. balanced and potent offensive I But Donald doe n't Intend to I I Head TB Seal

they'll be a {good team." Odoin 8' 10"; and Don Fal- !games while the ,grldders are amounts to nn unbalanced line.cc'Ol'dlljl Bllff coaches say. Auburndale, attack make any mistake In this al1Impm.talt -

Coach Atkinson praised the con 5' 8"; Juniors: White, Involved In the state toul'nament. to Line Coach Tony I however beat Wachula 13-6 "He's the finest quarterbackI've : game He cr-dlts theteam' I I Sale For '65

efforts his players have shownto 6' 2"; Dale Crosby, 5' 11"; Joe Griffith. It Is not uncommon during regular season play. ever coached and the mistake record they

date. "They want to play Kauffman. 5' 11": Glen Reddish for the Hounds to flank a The state championshipgame fluent defensive back I've ever havrn't made any this year

and they're working hard. 5' 10"; David Silcox, 5' The Tornadoes had a 713won'lOlm halfback In the slot. betweenthe I will be played on Dec coached" say. BUS Athletic with being the main factor I Philip Cronkhite has been

t .'!They' 'hustle_.and that's what 10": Bryan Erwin 5' 9" andes record last season.BHS'JuniorH two ends. ember 10 in the southern part Director and Head Coach David that has kept the Tornadoeson I I named Bradford County

Ronnie Miller, 150. and Larry of the state since It was Hume. Nurse should know top this season. I Christmas. Seal' chairman by

Bones Mahoney shot a 226- 1438. Herbert, 175, both Juniors played in north Florida last because he coached the Tornadoes "Inds idusl work by the the Northeast Florida Tuberculosis

215-203 for a 614 total or MIXED DOUBLES! I ;l r are: the two men at the out4. year through 32 games! without player U what made the difference and Respiratory! Disease -
Murrhee Insurance took
SMP. a loss In the 196 -62 sea- staying after practice Association
three points from TV Service to work and studying:
Camp Blandiing moved from sons. Mrs Leo Oval Is Christmas

third to 'a first place tie this Center In the Thursday Night (EYY.Ry Falcoln played all but two films" the little quarterback Seal chairman for Law ley.I .
week, ,by dropping Draw-Tito Mixed Doubles with Bettle RECREATION'NEWSBANTAM I games this season with Injuries. saysFalcon I I Mrs. Nate [)yal. Hampton and
Sprow" rolling a 592 series for I III 5' 8" and ,
40. George Winkler topped Against St. Augustine! and Just ;I I Mrs James Temple. Brocket
the winners. High for the weighs light 160. but when'
Blanding with a 544 set, while Fernandlna he had standing a. Last year Bradford County

W. Coley waa high or Draw- loHors was Bill Brown's 561 FOOTBALL orders not to run the ball' but he Is on the football field hestands 'I i had eight new cases of tuber-
Also three I Strickland and Charlie
taking Johns .
points tall.
he. still panned the rulonU. and 10 far this year
The with 491. ALL opposition : ;
savings, Ton's toot.In' Starke Jaycees, behind J. wan' D&W Auto Supply, opposed CHAMPS I f'I. composed of the following to death and called a beautiful "HI shoes are going to be has reported only two cases\
by LaRue Insurance. Jim boys: Mike Huff Dale Johns, hard to flU next year" Coach''I '
He Last deaths from
game Injured his back year two
Check State Faraa'.low I willegar. Brummett had a 556 aeries The Bantam League Champ. Leon Manning, Louis Noegel, Hurse breathed almost tnaudibiy l- '
against Ranta
Ion Fe and then' re- I emphysema: were reported
Insurance rates-rate to for D&W while Alatt' Schroeder Southern Discount Team Eric Tomllnson. Ricky Bennett when talking of his field r
rolled high for Tcrwillcgar Jlszs Temll: '. will really be to. test Injured it against Palatka I II the county
low that many cartful drive rolled 400 for LIlRu8.Carp' David Howaid. David Newham. general !I
"He's been for *
with 027. only two
a frlt. Laura Tucker OalnesI -
Saturday night. Dec 4. as they I
was a four-point Kenneth Prevail. Richard i" I
ors may MT Important Gem Jewelry: took three of will meet an All-Star Team L LRoberts. I names this season Palatka and I I rule Is area supervisor for the
winner, opposed by Key- I Mike White /
dollar And check State Tele- ( BradfOrd County Junior George I Lake City. and could Recent Births
four from Independent composed of 25 players from Barton. r boy. you I,: Christmas Seal fight against
stone Saf-Uas. Bill' Lovell' 82SBcrloa Douglas' i
Crawford Michael
Farm...rylco8004 that phone. B. Lawson, with a 580 I High School like most other the other three league teams. really tell the I, respiratory diseases"
wile high for Carp's.and Bryan Jeffrey difference."I
people Incurs more cars 'set, led ,the Jowelers, while E. '' Junior Highs In the state of The game will be played at Eddie Gamble Coach Hurse states Bradford County Ho."pltall I The Christmas Seal fund
l)nnu Henderxon'a 483 Hazen Sonny Loudon,
Patz' 487 for ITC. Florida and throughout the He Is taped every day from announces the folio*inn
with os than with anyone; was high LaRue. Bradford High School stadium Danny trhe1 repicMiu the major ef-

Ue.Call me to4aytUMERRITT*! Clay Eletcrlc and Starke paced Another four-point winner Nation, has an extremely large I I and game time is set for 8 p. Morgan Tommy McKlnney Outlaw Gregory, Mark hU hp! to his ankles but Is births: I{' fort in the United States
Lanes split each: winning 'two. number of pupils who are considered still probably the most effective Mr and :Mrs, Charlie Fowler against tuberculosis\ ,emphysema -

H.WILLIAMS W. Aclkln.wn was high for the was Williams Jewelry opposed over age for their m.The following players have Patray, Carl Rlherd Stan Se- broken field runner on the of Starke. a von. Michael D'-I'! asthma bionchuto and
by Larsen Trailer Siile.s.Rudolph well. and Da-vld McClenaghan. ,
co-op with a 525 net, whllo R. grade level. There are many been named All-Stars: Johnny This squad But going into the state Anuto. Nov 27 I other envnuet\ to breathing
Hutcheaon rolled game will conclude the
Brummett led Starke lanes a l canons why these students Brabham. Donald Flees. Rlckle playoffs tomorrow night he Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Law-|| Money collected through the
:303:; for the winners and, Wilma Bantam Football schedule '
117 N. Walnut St. With 'a 516 set.Standings come to the Junior High Frick, Dean Johns Randall There will will be completely well for the retire Curl ton. surke a';: Christmas eal program Is used'
be '
Allen had 346 for the lasers a party honoring I
Phone 9615391'JU1TOMOIILIINSUIANGI : SMP 34-18; School, being over age. Some McOee. Randall Zlpperer all Bantam third game this year i daughter Anita Kay. Nov. 30 for treatment i search and
players cheerleaders
Blanding, 31-18; Terwlllegar. have expressed physical difficulty Randall McOovern. Steve What' makes his performance Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coe education--all aimed at stamping -
,.... Standings: L> & W, 20-15: ; coaches and officials on Lake Butler
I this daught i DelUMonUelle \
i'ARFAPNCUTUAl 33-19; Gem, 31-21; Faulkner. In early elementary Strickland Danny Luke of season even morf'i out te '. dtessra
Murrhee 29-15 25-19::; Saturday night Dec. 11. SteveSpurner .
I ; Carp's ; I amazing Is that he \ Nov 2Mi
__ 27-25; Jaycees, 23-20; ITC school years; others have expressed Conner Insurance; Tlmmy saw only
COMPANY, HOME OFFICE .. I IauIOlIINlifOllIWftOIS 22-30; Clay Electric;: 22.30; William, 21-23; Saf-Giis, 21- academic difficulty, ElIaneL, Florida's! All-Amer- United'! action List year at a : [ and Mrs Guy Hrri
David McRae, Lavern THE: RIGHT POINT NT tb.
23; TV Center, Ha-23'8< '\ La- Iran will be the featured' -
1NIU."CI ; 1. Junior An ankle Dyad<; Starke ain: Guy Harri.!
Draw-Tito 20-32 Starke Lan- and some have just not been Injury kept .
; Outlaw, Johnnte Powell. Faith writ. .
war Coma In
I yea a ilrlrt
I Kill, 20-21; Larsen 10'-33Vti.'\, speaker at this, event ,
| Able him out most of the Dial .li N< 25
to achieve moan academic season' .. .
LADIES! T\\IUHIIT Casey, Bradley Carter, Dale BATON TltlRIING year farorite rsTFKBROOK. .
after M 1I1t: Mi' O dc W
I he hurt in : :
f situation as well perhaps, as was the opener -
demons and Ernie Trteet of Baton Fountain Pea TELB-
D&W lessons
took four will be held
from Draw against '''wink i '> M'.r: 8tke a
\ Macclennv
they would like to, or as well r." tr.i.
Holiday Inn Bubba Bennett,
Tite In the Ladies Twilight as they could have under different Saturday morning at 10:30: a.1 "He has. played ann> played da,. L :i< Ann N( :24
Larry Brown. Joey Bennett,
lingua behind Joyce Barton's m. at. the Starke Recreation well
when most
EARLY..MAIL EARLY circumstances. Jerry Teuton. Frank Cruce Jr.. I people
SHOP 588! series. Neoma Nelxon Center.
wus "
on the bench. Hurse
It Is a primary: concern of addi
Mike Lce.'Oreg Dyal. ant Ronnie
high for Draw-Tite : SUMNASTICSThe "
with 523. I
Falcon doesn't mind ,,
administrative staff during puttlr.j:
Patrick of the
Phyllis Brown, with I Lawtey physical exercise class
r a \this school year to try to : Team. ,. I in extra: time, not only on th
led Gulf for women will be held at the'
Candy's in
taking field but
oft it too He
specifically provide for these spendshours
t The All-Stars will\ be coached
four from Andrews center Thursday evening at 7 f
Drug, and I !
students who are over age, a by Ed Magee, head coach, I going m'game
Noegcls took three from Gem P. m. plans, and .
I checking fllim
concentrated program which
and assistants Frank
Jewelry with
Margaret Miller's with Coach Hurse More time
will be not only of academic
I 470 setting the I Jimmy McRae and Nick Crow I A dance sponsored by the
pace it required of him than
benefit to them but will also by The Southern Discount any
Parks and Recreation Department other
give them some preliminary player
Team coached bv Townsendthat !
II Sleepy Hollow took three I 'vocational training, will be held for Junior "When he's. in the ballgame'
fl'ol1EI'ma'. High School students only at F 1 e
Beauty Shop he's '
To this end, we have developed the boss, Hume nays, ells
while Reynolds. Insurance split i It will meet with success. the Starke Recreation Center knows
a project which our same plans and
2-2 with B&C.Standings i The Work Study Program In Saturday night Dec 4. from 7 when
an need
abe <
a work study type of I :
I : D&VV, 3512::; ; program! for these particular the Junior High School hopes to 11 p. m. and will feature a made he usually sees It before : \\\\\

I Sleepy Hollow, 32 lit-1$1ft; I people. There Is a great need" I to achieve specifically in the live band. The Chessmen. Admission the coaches."When fftl\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
fUSEfZIP CODE Druw-Tite 31-17 21- following% areas; .U 50 cents. .
; Candy',
In our school to offer training I Donnte U In there YIaYlUnro jot!
-23: Andrews 23-25: ; Corn 21- In various fields of en- 1. Provide health training MEN'S BASKETBALL the boys have an awful. lot of :=; ... tStTtllttttOwn

27, Reynolds, 20H-2TH Nocg- deavor in order to maintainthe I for youngsters. An organizational meetingto l I confluence When he calla sI 'l1fGI""

el'B. 18's-29'4; !Krma's!: 1434. Interest of these students 3. Provide a simple business form a Men's Basketball!!I I play they hl ie confidence It' ( tl fft'C'
knowledge of the various League will be held ethic .rr
at the '
} .
In their formal education: and gonna to. they know he know.
Deer interests for which Starke Recreation Center what ..- -
And TurkeyKill provide them with some mar- I he's doing, Hume say .
Serving; Florida ketable skills for future vocational they show an aptitude Monday.[ Dec e. at 7:30: p m. "His deep interest In the ii'"c! ,c-Jt.e: t,",,-:,_. : a.

Since 1930 At Blanding interest. 3. Give opportunity for All men who plan to participate : game makes him a pleasure t' ors 'e.-- .. .. y ire ."is' ',.-:... jot!
Remedial Work In Math and this year are urged: to attend coach t ..- ::-... -::... --: ..,- =
think .
that .
Ahead Of 1964 We recently have had sums up .
approved .- ..-
rSevpiec.Cordially mans Science and other academic so that the league 't.-o: te .. :::;
ovg e fJ ; a project through the can get the .whole: thing" the Head ., .. ... ... -. co'oW' '"

The number of deer and State Office which involves a difficulty.areas In which there' U known I; started. I Tornado added. a.-. ::::::-.::':;:'\ ;ii!

; w'1Y'" Vim turkeys gunned on the Bland- teaching unit and money to.. I The pressure" 1s on this week .d sr peA" j:!
It Is our earnest desire Clark ThanksContributors
Ing wildlife reservation this pay the pupils who work In our I loin Into the neml-flnals
:: Mrs. Lucile that we be able to provide a \\\\\\\\\\\\\\U
season cqntlnues to be above program nominal wage for against Auburndale but Falcon

I'I GodwinRepresentative a? the figures/ for the Same! perIod the type of work which they strong remedial reading program I I nays his team U not over confident \\\\\\\\\\\\\\U\U\\\\\\t

: Welcomes last yearA will do. To be more specific, for these In youngsters.We the \ I I To Bus Fund j\
are now processof
spokesman for the Game these pupils enrolled In our I I "We Just know we've got to
4 E. Call St.
You and Your hiring person who U I To all\
of Bradford win.Ve're'
and Fish Commission said 140 Work Study Program will be Just getting prepared
,II: Ph. 961;5321 Family to Your deer and 97 turkeys have been able to attend school for a Qualified to teach or coordinate County: and .. have ronfkiene _

.: Starke New Home taken on the reservation from half a day and will be able to this type of program and here I We here at Bradford High In ourselves to do the Job" th''

opening day through Nov. 28. work for three hours each day. we are experiencing than anticipated.more difficulty We- School wish to express oursincere Tornado ftelj general' says i)I More yield ant profit per acre with

I'f I.. More deer and turkeys have They are entitled to work up I thanks to than who quietly Falcon! admit he set
f several[
: The State of Florida been killed so far this season to 15 ..hours a week and may but have as had of this article applicants we have,.,I have so graciously contributedto nervous before a game. "but r SUPER RAINBOW

the OFC spokesman said than receive $1. an hour for the time a fund which: will provide when I get out there and start
l I' It Is Our, Desire To !Make You Feel Welcome and not been able to find a suitable chartered basses
had been killed by the end of hlch., they work during the Greyhound thinking of all the things w
: To Acquaint You With Your City. December lat year week' person. We are continuing:, for our ngtkting Tornadoes<< have to do I don't have Urn r your extra cost funded I
for this
Alo reported killed\ during This program Is especially Job.to screen and are applications hopeful that by I[ and our Marching Band to to be nervous.;; You can't Jose a cent! Super Rainbow

I If you are new in the area, a phone the same period were: 57 hogs designed;!) for those who need first of the I travel to Auburn the year we can poare/
] /,
4 'I II 660 quail 139: cat aquliels. 69 financial assistance\ and for the Work Study Program ticipate\ in the SUt & to Guaranteed to cost you no nor- -but
: :...call -will brinK you a prompt visit fox" squh II.: and 117 doves those who are over-aged in the under way In the Junior High i Regional Playtvff. part of the entire communityand pay off lots tnor in extra profit

Eleven thousand four hundred Junior High School. Is The Bradford County School further .
There assure
a from your local hostess. Please five School. If parents have any you RAINBOW( 6UAXAMTUD YOGI 1.,es tc iilMt
much flaunt. hold already made the fighting
and one hopeful hunters supportive evidence that Involving the provisions Tornado and
quesUons program
f : her a call! She has maps and many to date, have successfully: and with this type of help most of we. would aak you to for school bus trans the Marching Band wtll proud.
, t unsuccessfully hunted the the youngsters involved will call the Junior HUSecnobl.1.* portation for both the football ly represent our county Super Market

; free .And wonderful gifts for you reservation sine opening day. continue their formal educa We'll be glad to give you a resume team and the band B. aaauJ'- -C.. .M..Clarke Principal ,

Of this number only one hash tion. The program Is designed! of this type of proramfor {ed that we most graciously accept Bntdront High School Itrooler. Florida

from local businesses. j vit\ .ti-tUN-ill.kHy ,h.+t K>r ltd, 1.111\.4.| aid we feel our younfwtcr this !rase> RiMturo on the '

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Hall I Funeral Services Robert A. Nettles, she WMI rick. Mrs.\ Daisy Stewart and I. Knight. Starke; 43 Brand- I cemetery with DeWitt C. Janet:
said. "I'm not
ArchitectIs won't close It but if saying we're you goIng Student Council Adopts Resolution I born In Nassau County on Oct. Mrs Violet Stewart all of I children and 48 greatgrandFuneral Home In charge at

to live in it for the next Held SundayFor I 118. 1888. and had lived In the Starke; and Ooraldine Clrtfltn chlktren. arrangements. ;
Named 30 Starke area since 1934. She of Syracuse N. Y. five eons Funeral services were held at Active pallbearers were; Bud- I
have to do Mrs. NettlesMrs.
years you'll
something about it:. Asking School Social Activities was a member of St. Mary's Noah Nettles Rocky Mountain. :a p m. Sunday in the Pigeon dy Hants Floyd Stewart, Morris j

(Continued From. Page One) Casey didn't comment. Leah Knight Settles I Primitive Baptist Church. Va.; Herman Orady. and Melvin Creek Primitive Baptist Nazworth. Charles.'Crews.Herbert I
Nettles all of Starke. and Church In Na.iAau County with Cooper and BalD Orif-
died inv Survivors Include six daugh \
"Everytime you tear up a 77, of Route 2. Starke.
from the state's program on ',school you tear up a community By Gale CronkMte Ic beverage 1 local hospital last Friday ter. Mrs. Winnie Quick of Harry Nettles Jacksonville; Elder Ben Thomas officiating. fls.AMBULANCE. .,

vocational technical centers. ." Board Chairman Dan And Gerrl Moony; "The go-In .tay- n rule la I mo-nlna; after an extended 111- Apopka; Mrs. Mae Combs. one sister Mrs. Nellie Keene of Interment was in the church |
Supt. Casey also told the not restricting your freedomsbut toteVOT1C1 Macclenny; Mrs. Zelt Fred- Follrvton. O .. one brother D I 1s
Starling said.School Student ICoonrll ReportersThe rot j. The widow of the Ie.
Board he expects to receivs:! a upholding the law" he _Id. _
considerable amount of matching Bradford High School Rayburn said that h* would ----

funds under the federal,I Board Student Council adopted a resolution not toe doing hU job if he lets OK. SAI.K line '''T.n ft to a point. on STARKE SERVICE I

government's Vocational Educ- Tuesday Nov. 23 asking with drinking. N >ilo\ > In hereby given thai the Southerly rl I.ht.o' way ....
dances go on .in cation Act of 1W3. plus other Seeks Space reinstatement of social H* asked what the students: .' .'" .. entered In eausn A Plorlda Itallroail. th.n.,. BUSINESS PHONE 961-2600 ;
matching funds from the state. I activities In the schools of think about ping-pong and basketball 1 in '>< rol. I].:-.S3; : In the Clrcul. run North (7 u>.ri>.. 47 nilnnt !

The superintendent lecom- (Continued From Page Onel) Bradford County. and other games. John R. ',..,d County. Plot- ., s 1). ..,,"n.l.t.. \\'..' t alone DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ..-
altl $outhrly rightofwaylln
I will HI the situ
p-1 property
mended that the Board shoot I, Dale Brown made the motion DIRECTORYAUTO
Senior president .
Bradley 'fed >'n np* for the maximum amount of after this last appeal.That; Is and after discussion It Mad not many teenagers go ..I"! flp.crib...l a..: th. W..I..I". rl.ht. -nf-way DeWItt C. Jones ReitIMtered Funernl Director
funds needed for a top flight a matter for the board to decide was decided that a copy of out on week nights. He also al pn" on of the 8WV. a.r lln. nf lh. Hformnllonil I II I Starke Fla.

center. "Th;n cut back only I I ." he declared. the resolution will be delivered added that the Recreation 'KH: of "rtlim KTownnhln 8tat. hood too mill point. I
1 youth lti"n.. II .Inlf the. point of b* REPAIRS
when they make us." I The Commission is moving to all clubs parents and Center needs more publicity."They Raiptt.: Bradford Countv Pin" Kinnlnthen. ,* run North 17 .r RENTAL SERVICES .

Board Member!! Rodney: Hall ahead on plans for construction students of both Bradford need to have dances .tl: ly nr. and h..lnir .:".1 ot <.lsr; ..a 47 .,In..I.. II ."oomtVrt '
repeatedly mentioned the fact of the new courthouse'' High and RJE High School. ball Instead ol( 11..1. | inn, RXCKPTINlr \ .lon. th. South.rly, Earl's Garage I llotpital! 11eod,.. Wheel Chairs. CrutchesLAWSOR'S :
I after games ">. '-<>m. r'llrivni. rlhtofwk .1."' -..,-.." lln of (.".. .
that he Is disturb: that no 1 I which will be financed with The resolution state tha Saturday night everyone <' ,\t the n. R. P Railroad Southern a Florida, II.U..IUI ALL. KINDS! OF
concrete plans have been laid tan track funds pledged toretire : "we are especially concernedwith goes to the' ball game, but .. feet to a point ti,.nc. AVTU REPAIR WOKK I
down as to how much money a bon* Issue. Site for the the activities Involvinghigh out both '"h. f"K': of the SF.% n' run 8outh .I d....* IN ntin All Work Guaranteed
l can't always go .
they .. 7 HouttiItanvv lutes II ..,"n.1o .Reel.: 111 frett I
nil, Township
each school i has not school students. I.e.. Senior !"'< Phone MARKETCold ,.
ulll be spent on \ proposed structure Friday and Saturday nights, I II East llrs<1fari I >> a point thnr run. Mouth s'' (MlrSIMMHo. i
the county. He repeatedly said 1 been selected )'I't.Commissioner. Class trip. JuniorSeniorprom McLeodJacobsen:; 1I.l1d. Count. 1"10,1." ,... N.'Xoiit'TIStiIh".n' : d..,*.. $1 minutes 17 see. \ValBul. !Ntarka. '
he thinks It unfair for .aom! | One commented -I and dances." suggested a questionnaire railroad rl.htof. I 0"" West l& (*.. lo a point Storage Grocery Store
North ,m dear *
thenr *
schools to be left oat of the i. this seek. "I have one 1- The Senior Class trip la a asking what recreation way..l portion of 11. HAP.thereof .lUllrondan ..convcviM K minutes run II sn-onds. Real' AUTO SERVICE ,

bulging) program while others site in mind and I know that unique opportunity for those the students of Bradford In tieed nook 3$. r''.. 111. 117 ft to a point on th.
are put In good condition. i two other Commissioner also I who will shortly enter a different County want and need. Public Rwonl of UraUfonCounty \Vstsrly rlffhtof-wsy line. of Gilbert S. Brown III I

Casey explained that of the have sites they will propoee. society to get a glimpse Aid that this has ', Klorld. Htat Ilia lao.. th.nr rum .
Douglas North. llk feel| of th. North II 01... It Inlnut.ad. Otanilanl Oil Service' Station'
School Board's bond issue. 50!' it looks like there will be I of such society and the been started and will be completed :N'The.: of th. $KH of Bach, .*fHindv Fast alons. salt) ATL.itI' !
1.080.000 will actually be 1! plenty of discussion before the Junior-Senior Prom im a fitting right _ay. 14. Tuwnnhlp 7 Mouth l1.n..1. right-of-way lln. all fret 10.
Half DrsrifoM ,'uunllFlorida ). the point of b.Btnnlns. TIRE! *. nATTKRirS! ,i
available for construction { matter Is settled. I tribute to the graduating Paul McLeud, Sophomore il East .: Toother wl.ta.1I atruelure..nd I' .
a million if the stat approvesthe In general terms the Commission !seniors aIda the students by Class president asked it clue from. ,railroad RXCKITINO: ,hlhl.""-".'" lmpravnt.nt now Budget Terms Rood Service i iPhone I

vocational-technical PIUIt! Is looking for a four giving them practical know- dances could be held in coordination of II\ MAP. Hikllrixiil A""r or hrsftr. on th. above d.*. I VC-4.-7071 | /

J2SO.OOO in estimated federal ledge. of a large formal social with the youth center. ,'., of land ,lyingami, ".1".; I lithe scribed, pare.la. or" any. 0'Ih..m. Ml N. Temple IIIt.rle.HURST'S r 't X P
I of lh. NK'4' of Hoclion and' the rents I
matching funds would give a rea-sonable : function and give the Rayburn said yes under HWS 14, Townnhlp Moult. prnflts. of the shnv .1.. i r

total of $1.830.000 avallabl sent courthouse. Admittedly. Juniors practice in effectively Recreation Department super (King' II .:.... HraOfor.County. .. MTthod. psrcels. or any of
for construction. That Is the that might be a hard bill to planning and executing such vision. PlurUla" ....1 l heirs. them and all flvturs. now orhere.fter N)1E1.1. _
... attached In or us "l
I -.lh..1
maximum the board can hop fill a formal event and l "The ({ace hint big enough" more particularly In connection with th. parr.Hsho Service Station

for the superintendent said. I It is the thinking of at least ". informal dances provide McLeod said. ss followsComm.nre:st th. Nnrthwncornvr \. 4tainn
Oas Oils Lubrication
Casey then gave his tentative one Commissioner (and perhaps weekend recreation fill .Noe might be to have of tha NIC' of Mrtl n Any. portion of th. almv d* -
.. within Goodyear' Tlrea llujltertea
lying A
spending schedule: LawteJr others) that the new students who. otherwise. dunce In other places" If the Township T Month, Kn .
,. Hradfonl County th rla-hl-of-way of f ROAD SERVICE Let Us Prepare Your Beef and
II 11: &
High $190.000; RJE Hlah structure should be located on would seek other mean of entertslmnent youth will participate;* Ray Plorlda, th..ni*.. run :North- II' Nn, sot. I I" .h.rny.ir.pl.it ,
School. $80000; Southsld US 301 where It will be In full sometimes clioreputable burn told the Student Council A...seer .{ mlnut 17 snrnnilK i from th* lion of 1 this. SHEET. : : MKTA1.VOKK: Pork For Your Deep Freezer.

Elementary. $90.000.; a new view of the thousands of motorists and give students members.Dougaa. ..'. KM.OK fast to a poln mortis. ,
elementary school. $423.000( ; I who travel through practical experience ki organ said that the Council on Road the In*..,thence*"1.' tin.run .nr.....Ih.Htsti'. all and th clan. goods In addition, t.hsttla. and Thompson Sheet We will IMrk-up and Hulcher. There will be a

the propose; voc-tech centei here dmlly. icing and executing: Informal will try to get the recreation ,ly alone said renter line ui" personal, property h.rtlnaft.r SmitH Fee for IMrk-up-Hutrhrrlnsr Iowa .1.00 per

$1,000.000. and renovation of Several property owners social affairs ulna recreational questionnaire out before the are of s nary* ...."...v.radl t l lnf <0 .1.'I""d..1I ownd by th.r.of slut In hemnSwholly tb* Metal WorksAll Mend and Hide. (logs .to per Ih.-Cleaned Weight

Starke Elementary to a Junta have already offered sites and oppurtunitiM not providedby ba.k.tball.on., and added the us southeast ISIS' 71,f.havlns-.t. a itl.tsniM a tarluwlv. iiosar-snli.il <*f aldMorisasura Type Metal:\ Work Fur Chill-rut and wrapping SV'ir per Ih. with paper. '

hlKh school $100.000."That's I, these may come up for discus! the students themselves< are that they will help. RayburnIn of l.tl f.... thm run Monti III th. County ofHradford ICSTUtAT PAI1KICAT1ON

the maximum we sion at the meeting next Tuesday limited." any way that Uey ran to I .1..,*.. ftl mlnuts If...m.*,. Stale of Klurlilu." AND INSTALLATION We- Sell Reef and (Pork for home Freeiem

can spend.; Casey repeats 'Tbne social clivlUea boost get more people to participate ond. Weal along said < .111.Ami visSUM healing A Air ('.-1. My"I......

Well probably not get all of school spirit, morale, and In the Recreation Depart. MonmL :M MHKH: Ph. M4-07M R<1. IrtRHt.. 1 I Phone !.n.H2M1: ) 21 t> Wn.hlntrton St.IT'S .-

this. Starke pride, and are an important ........ ,
ment's II nit .
Nursing program. Itoll.r J. N. lira)' n In 101 ..-,- -- .. --""" -' -- -..-.. ""'-" '".
school the u. __ -
Pressing his point Hall said: facet of life. re- Kathy Whitehead reported 110 IIP = .. .e

"I'll be frank with you. Ton Home Sold olutlon further state. that the Student Handbook 'I 1'.10......r rSI1l.la/1l..h.n M" 11/50
Th. rule contained In the will reon.. '.., w/drlv. II-
Every time I are your (spendIng went to prs. hYlday and I Intent' )
) list. It chang;I. There resolution. mad. up by the b* sold teCot the second semester. I Hutt.... Cnnyor wdrly.Ibnlrol i4OV i
To MinisterSale f'nl w/ilartor
i students themselves! are more ILLEGAL
was $150.000 In there for Cr4l! Arm,, Kks.rl .
Hampton. What happen 1 tIt strict than those usuallyu I Lot neck snJ Haul ap .rhsln- IliMnotuail ion rtlit ..
?.. of the Starke Nursing I served In years gone by shot sun f..
"This is nothing official.Casey :' Home on Colley Road to Law- I Covered are nv. points: "An 'Little Women'Play Chlppkr., H4n*.Mlnioul l .' IS"'O.n. KII7" SillV Hsi

replied.1'ni ton B. Thomas and associates I ofric.r of the ftlark Police 10:<1. Rnd Trimmer" lI..m..t.Ii l lCarrlas .. n '

violently opposed: I to I of Macclenny was announced;! I Department or the Bradford ReadyTo I Ii t| ,>l* WhrlanMotors I 'tan.in For Any Person or Persons to Engage in

making some schools look aood yesterday by the founder. H.I County Sheriff Department ::
Bennett of St. AugustineThe hall be prevent at all ,,'h.)01d.t.n. '11' II.U.IU<<
and out in the Present Allls Chem Mra
leaving I .
new owners took over operation I ...*. I >:ils l..T>.",10.r. U IIP H.STI .1S'I0I .
country to stay as they are: b.O .. a 0 IIP II1.tIII | < Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
who attendth I I W..II..h usAllls .
Han said "W, all pay taxes" of the IIG-bf'd facllitj: I IY students Final touches are being! put l'hamb.r.Allis S| ,
school from which the : it HP ii.I St1.111-ITI
"I mate to keep harping on i Wednesday.Associated daaa ChambersMnh1rT

It, but let's decide ion< a defln 1 I with Mr Thorn dune Is sponsored shall b* allowed on play the Louisa Junior-Senior May Alcotl' I I 'III in \u Ai.r.411 APu The I Name Is Registered I
dance,. CnliirvAllls
to attend then
Ite spending schedule) as soo i I in the transaction are E. C "Little Women" to be presented ChambersOatsry I. in l1U'K.un..I.1I :
added Rt Thomas of Cleveland T.nn..1' c. Dance* hall be chaperoned II I' ..AP r..
as possibleHall auditorium
'I school I
In the high
I.s HI Ta1ti1
dye teachers .
and at lent *
formerly of Lake City by Cmnttr r. i I.
ferring to the Hampton achoo I t.omtihtnwrltayll) ) r 7 I MM I'Alfltr
Lewis J Willis also of Cleveland and an equal number of pareats ; CvnturvCentury APIIII 1 1I
I cod Saturday at 8pm.All 1 III Read This Florida Law .
formerly of Macclenny: I and at least on* princi the other students In j (*.", ..rF .A I'll. ...
I Mr Thomas ls a native of I '"' .-
I pal.c. theca clusssa" as well as t the r.nturrW.llsshoup III' /I7MIM
Lulu in Columbia County ant Anyone suspected of oe- .. .* s
\ JIIMualsnmrrr
I Ml
huv tI.lrl I
actual cast: put .
lived In Lake City before mov- Iing under the influence of
ing to Macclenny where he I It ,\ Jt-ohol shall be checked: by I I, hope and efforts Into the.. 1 lust Nlo>w..r system 11X10; KM IIIMl "I'"all! be unlawful fur any person or perfsnru mm ..n....! h..... l. *

pastor of the Church of God ,: the law officer and If found I I play to make thai K It the Is polishedproduction I I hark tll"..' System Mostsom.rr.../ lilt, .ItXIII KM/ MAIMlow engage In business. tui herein defined under fictitious name MM .hereJa ..- :=

He announced that Mrs. O ,, to be under such Influenc. Robert Dyal supplantedJohn mi fined without! and unless mid fictitious n... sihal: be r.,rift r.>J wtth the _
Kauffman of Starke will be the shall be .xpeUed from the I Ii ,Icr..n .1..1041\. \.I a..>.. into'
Spnglr a. Mr March of the where the principal place .f sHUssuisV.
assistant resident administrator \ I i dance Utim.dately. I Ii Jerk: of the circuit court county ?

of the nursing home. Oh.i i i .. Any student causing amajor after but practice otherwise: haul. already the cast begun is R.Arara' RI.rh.rl Kt>*rh..' ..h..l"."....,,., 111 I U .K4instillI .UOO. .tat wills registration shall consist of filing with th* clerk .for....... aa sffldavit .

CharleyE. personnel of the nursing horn dislurtouM at a dance unchanged, ant .la .. follow: v.....,.....(-h.ey.Kb.rhei'h.nv..,,, 1.51 KI-6IOIH-JHOon-,| algned by all Interested .tenon, atatlng. under oath th* namev .,
I ||
11I"-1 I shall not be admitted. to sub <: /
will remain the same at Jo- Sylvia. Dodd; Meg [)oar. i m. >*rhsrt'l.nvi.', 111 Kl'tisal. : UI thiav Interested' In the bunlnsfM enterprla-e, th* extent .f UM taleresrt -
sent Thomas .a.!. Twenty-I sequant. dance. ., I It '-( ....IUaU"
seven people are employed at'' Student Council sponsor and lone Huff. Amy Diana MarmMDorothy Cook Knrhsrt't K.I In' I UI of each and the flctltlotiit name under which awld buJilnetM to. carrU4
tieth Melani Koby.
Johns the facility Twelth Orsxie, PAD Instructorlivkt Newsum. Laurie-' I'D II lot t....., ITnll tU"U I.I.Y.IIIlia. .n. Bald registration may net b* mad until the person or peraotui d rfrla. .

Mr Bennett recently purchased -. I Jacobwn stated ."I Tommy Johnson. John Brooke 1Cd.... Turner Mfi, to engage In bu.lnrM under fictitious name shall bate adTtrtU. his .r
a nursing home In MonUceUo. I choose: not to veto the rvsulu- Prtflllow.r \ I a rt IU'
about thin question : and will be active ir ; lion" Wayne LUnb; Aunt. : Prick (Carrlas lyaiui Mo.tortir ".U lit their Intention to, register said fictitious name at least one a wk for four' _
Bumlerland )Cr.I.tt'h'
March Kay .
"When one travel the act"' Its operation. II* 'a iU contlnuii I Student Council President ) Robert l)yaj.1; lrufs- Blows IIy.'.'" :.M\ mrIllow lilt, lists Its ((4)) conaaxutlv weeks In some newspaper aa defined by law In the ....t7 .,

ituranee of prompt incur i'I to make his home In St. Aujustlne Jimmy Dovglae: said the revolution air fUtaer Mlk, l>*vrtrk.Mr Itii'. II1I-K where said registration. In to be made and mM r.gl.tratkpe.leaf' tut IM w

once Mi-vice is tital. Ioei I sometime will thin wHk.be circulated Rumba says these 1tI..- Mo.I"r.U:. ... .Motor' 1(. and I ....m.'I.Starts-." S IVnturr III' l IS III"" accepted by the clerk of .th* circuit court except upon receiving proof .**

the Charley K.: John Agency Causes Hecrvatlon lxrrtor (;. dent ar keyed up and ready fable ..* Itorkw.ll Mf. I .HI /n.inIII such publication. -
.i th Mrs. ILIIJolK.r ..
the National for performance. Co
be Ion
if to Raybarn appeared before the aa.iut

Amiociation of Independent ,2-Car Pileup I I Council and "M why thereIs Jonaa and order Mr Oglexby The data hare of KIM .Molar. roo r'.lIa halt.. S I .III. 1IoI/oItl.W: / :
th* set in .
Agent ( N. t.i.A.) I not more participation In Kl. Saw a ne "Motor' r"nt''r 1, till ITI4JII
On U. S. 301 Saturday nights, .
and business under
the Itecreation Department's Thursday Melee Allls l.'hamlwrKl.rtrtc .I III l-tltll$ IHIDI7H If are engaged in any name
member you
with 100.000 ag 1_. :2 ami 4. at e p m. In CsnturyKlrtrl Mil KllltlS
enU throughout the country A blowout caused a two-car ,: Teen Center.Wayne the ttlUt sudKorlnm. Kvery < MM..r l.n.r.l' tlIrIIIp..d : <. III rillllllI .

pledged to gite promp pileup on U 8.Stark J01. about. Sunday five ,, ,MCL stated uiI.that Junior"the Claaapresident Recreation thins U set fur the praductiun. ( fl.......' Kkrhsrrrlst : I I III* .-IH| .M.. other than own and have not had this name

inaurance and claim Her miles south of Departm.nt la In com and the prediction U for anenjoyable paaw ..* Rlr: MlRtorlrM Center I/I III AKII AN your
I I .S Ml'
afternoon. evenln.lJon't e' alryIsed
vice to the client of any According to the niP accident I, petition with otb.roupe.. ." miss 'Little Women" .". It..Motitr.....e K..I..I| 111 III' r" >,11141III

other member" leport.' the smashup 0-1, "A Lao. McLeud Center should said be heKerrealion one of the best-loved storiesuf .tier/r1.55.4 H*Molar
curred around 5-20: p. 11'1.
all tunaEOA
Charley! E. Johns day when a tire on a 1943Corsair more for Junior High School All .Ms. .-....,*. Chains. n.I .
the stij, all Information ((0
blew out causing I CixliT : glad to
Agency Woodward 44. nails to thent older stu- Meeting ..I.I*. Klrtrl ..1.l rk... marl Hv.*< 1.1. a No. A lUtll. give you necessary as
driver H C .i.. la MoaMIs. Hk4.. I'l.n.i | .
131 S. Walnut St. lose control itmlt" ha.. CAT, and choose .. Mill Shad 1 MllUr A Arr Wl4'r.Mu..l .
of Jacksonville, to : Set For Dec. 8 lilt Hh t. as* MiMp .
.. Ms ll lt
I' Sr.
PHONE 9840201DRAFTS and spin around In the north what th.yant to do. (is. KlwtrU Water Pump I I r......" Are W.I." *4. Mnttl. what should do.BRADFORD
The rul_ are toe ..trio.: I.I well you .
bound lane A meeting will be held. at 3: .Marrksst. rsU llr, ......t.1 r..
The driver of the second' I l/v.. -tf you go M, you have! p. m. Wednesday,.De. 1, In ac a.r A Serial Mo. IKK. I..4II.1.a .Al. pufcll".. asl I.. I* Ik. .Ms*IH.*.
sash si
: car. Anthony E Wtnlwortn. to stay in" Andy )(aFtOllIt the ReeraUon dater on Pratt "' ....p..1 EIIrIc: ,A4"'''. Std truth best flea I.ld4.r*r fur IH. ..,...,..t4Couatv
/ISTOP ; also driving 'I "Th. ag. limit i. too re- to pfarhla' Or N."' It tr.l nt.uI .....It.
Park In
; 1$. of Winter Bt. In fw-.h.ruhce of atepa Maa4 TrtMwrtt.r,. Civ; >th' a
INS Corvair. si,rtrtiv*. at other dane..fthey. Community Iiaml.al.s slur.4a."' l..t.... .IV.*. rf'rlfirlls. .
In .
north a Incorporate a local is. W.. J-"*ll>s .
/ @I1W i skidded some K fret snl j I tm no age bnwt." Harry to I'Coe1eCt.a I ".'.. MI4 .kr Uarrlas HsllIsrvln sv sal. Isr. iVlli p si onis
Action Oroup prwnwH ., f.e'.mb.r A l>
Hatcher added i .. nr Hi, I r .*7I*. .. .M STilt' ray
; turned to the left atuanptlng under the f-vmomtc Opportunity !t." COUNTY TELEGRAPH
'. :,.I A. 1'. s N. Cat *
It is a
to avoid collision with the JarotMMttatd Act of 194AU I S ft I'SIH. kr. tb* .Il......." ''II r. L/ A
vehicle, which was wall-known fact that when attended r" Torrl..tea..' CosnI iV V*>)OHAHL.K rlMIIIJCS.
Woodward have
I who l.rMn
persona I >.ANI. >,. 4-bKIIIC OSIIIM'' fIT
T..T He students go outside at dane. *. .avals ..s4 l-rri4on f.ath I
In front of him ; of n
pterlous r..IeT
d.n'\l ... drink atco >4- :Wood.1 r A. CstMs 1;.. ..'A. Iwd II/S .. .
they t II .
There were attend .. .,
make it urrd to "i
this group are Eb dfJ__ "r .' r. : ....,J.! #
juries I next: Wednesday's seatlon
Elgin: A 1.IUt. Saved KeyuUrly Soon ("rowi;
Brooker i
Into .\ Nice U.-,... and Kircllent: earn.:

STORM 'w To Be Offered fT'" PCOPII Luel THAT Inge Help When You Save; At .

YrIND01t// For Sale Dec. 16 was 6ivt W AM q qt

KITS 1tlf MMMK MrVS 9eOM Tb MUP rut WIt .....fE laITY Cat""u. SAVINGSAND

The Brooher CKy Oounrll' HT5 .IfOUttCOlt JAwluw MM! TWtMXM. 4lottaN.

win Mil a $44.000 Issue of rrr.enue > LMM. A3OCI<*T.*.. VfrVrrS K UHMO left!

.. eerttfVstss at a meeting : LOAN ;

st or a p.m. Taesxlar. De*. It.Jrorenls I : erE
of tbe s ala will be ASSOCIATION
rIhal .
,r md to brut d a aw umsrtpsu' OF STAIIKK

water .y.c_ for UM town.
; viS. The rrtiftcts. wMeh will I

be purrfcaswl .y a fedsrsJrewjr 1' a 7 I

8/ win be f.td off wits IT fUI'I.Kf: : 1)1 F-
L'7 et
-.'. EAST TO BCTIiltoideartatsidc hKocne from tit* water ayes FKUKNCK: : : WIIKIII'w: : ,

..- vorSAVKe : w

C.1 x r*>t
s.U) SJS ISH m4 se4.Si TIlE RIGHT rotTVT' C. iMmy +

a t-i.,$a., e fum wrH Csesji fcs sad F1IWT IN flKRVICE e FIICHT IN KAHNIMH: \\ ray the Intangible Tax On rat t

...set yes r_..... KMTUBBOOK e : Your SavingAccount..


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Board Puzzled Skiver I WMlfftll' Wl' I ll, I II., "i.I ,. < JI.: I how -

By ChargeOf NEWS OF INTEREST Eagles Now Kill' I,,,," I II I "'u \ 1'2 I. I I'! |I'J.' I III ii.hr. !,, .;flu. III .... ,,, .. rnrt"I I. 'tilarlDtai, ,'i i..I. Or To had .uithorlrlnir the luxtinn -
TO I I.1: iilii' .
COLORED II "o' .ttl..1.i | '- | I it 10f..- ,f..al iii .\ti,, WHPHIIK. ...\all'laliHl. ,
ih-r- mil .
I 'infhn
( ,
I I" In 7 Ii iini I tt'ltt' i ..milnHi llM l-\'. ..r i ,.. ,Inn,,. i
I I .. in u I I .....,1.I iViriri' ....ti-n or t I IIIh"h, ,,. _
iniiniiillr' .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD OccupyingLarger p i nn *:nilfi I ttlvfiInir IJMlun. it J4 4 inotittiN iiftt'r dnllvory 1"1'
Discrimination In Head StartA COUN fY with hvclniulli'. \ rmrtNti" ; MHfhliii of. nun. .'hln<'. Tlie Slatof' ""' ..rldll. r throiiKhtil l".lnic datfil January I I. iti1arin .
I Ii, I..* .,|"|1.1| | | with pow- Th. llouril IteHcTvon Tlia .- HlHtiAltoiny'. ..r (the. ,KliclitliJiutli : inter<-.t at a rat. ,
I KlifhtTo .. ... ratfH It- ",*'.- tiIi ,
I Space ,'r Nhiri) t t irnnNnilHHliin' is lilt oil H..J..t11)' And All Uldw.C'hurli'K 'lul I-In .11.>r nail! /Stilt-, to upon t th I
fllllf*,. MIIIIHlMrd' / t.'llllplllUtlt.Allctiiiitu and the .vit-al, property. ownvra. Mal'0 ihtr4 r, .at .nnt <*xc-r>d'ii _
(S IflA
lettci from Santcnt Sl1rlv1 :I I ) RICItE.\TIOS: NEWS: I H.stor. will hold services a.1 I Illil 1) nixiHiyera, fltKtnn). and, other* 'the ]l'orHI rate .., !lnt -rtHt" imalit \ .
)1"'llnl!i i ndpiit said | A. I Hi rli vCMAUMi.S
I All tcenazers:;\ are invited to .havliift. .. or ilnlmln. .any rlithttitle .vml-annually. axicr-a-ntin! .
follows ( ,
: Sunday School. 9:45: >n" ( I I New 'I'wcl.n lH'Iva'l .UMtllV. :
< iie-w Indignant" lPLLOISti ; T'Hmull. Eagles Inc department: store :: A. L' i (.TA't 1 1ii'J'I < ,
( >n bv Hall ,
mdnev I I.i I tiitrent. ,In tiu' amount o-r ."
or property tohe priiit-i.l| )OIPuiii. '
I i
atlend 1
the "|"" '
I activities 'ftll Iliit'd| its ulMivu with
IU the Br.i :OK! Seh.iol': at th"I w I t.h! Supt.;:: L. C. Cutjheon in In St.nke has a'mo doubled! | : Zi 12/1! I sitfea li-lnu. In ,Hiilnoinlnur, .
\vI:.iI'l:1 it "tlie Bnnrd( I take, njfl( I fullmInir. h t LluintfeM. ., (led liy the lM tiaiiiby

C n1 I Ih1 wed' to ,dial) I'M r'T] Ill Ict'ii! :, I. mil I l'l tl'ud t Bupt Reno Recieutlon Cent' under i ( ''inrae:: Moinlni s-rvlep will be its floor spa! on Cill Street Knu ii*. not. I.... tllttn 1.1AHurHt / IN 'I'ht f Irrnlt I wurl Of 'I'hr I th* (Viuniv. .., Dendroid.. Klorldn,, v, S%.'Oilll' "ai'Ii. ami 'inatiirinnerliilly ,.
.. Hi" dIrection of Johnny Jf1eltI -, hell' at 11. Lpnuie at 4:30.P'.rcnts I I. or th. fi-rtlfl'-ni-, ( I liuUModn In annual Inntalltnent, -
: I I
I ii i'I 1'ie! by expandin-j: Inti the rl'merRsu'ksia1e : ii"r. ntMnimlly Hhlftf luhlh" Juillflnl (1 1"4 dU I | -
county nj comply ( < t i \\ 11' I HIP Olll-e) of ,. ... .
"M'ti All aotlvltlps are suppivied. ". I \ are asked to please; 'traisI'I., ",, '...n II' ill h, .ul I t,.pe i'liil.''Ii.Himuliiril In .tml fur lirniirirril' <.uuntr. -, an her.!nun,.*. 11111* ,pirtlui, .(> III th. vet r. I lMt! I. I Till! I I" ,,
\\ :in i (legal rt-qui.eiiients: on EcjiDinlc;: \( OPPI: tunlty to se' : store. next: door. ,' wlliachi.1110,I I, tin IIC'- I lurly, deai-rllM d. or to !"*. .rr""Ittd Inclimtv- .more inplttr,
n ',i-criminalJii!\ In last.ummer's wlint! :seiminatory: ( practice I : Patents aie InvUe-j tJivllt :I 'II the children to S.mday The two store spaces have been i'pMHnrlitH.. nut !h.,. tlian :C 4SOtaIi 0'tI Klt TO MtUWI'Hto/ I I : I In any way tlirehy urih .rtlivi ...nptioii or will', I h Maid t'-itift, .
with the chlldien. I: '-chool and: League for Spiritin ,.. '' Miitr-d to appear hef'r the eat. or InI..Io"'n.'. la lotitan, ,
Head SLut Pio"iazn.Sh | he refer to" It was seconded thrown together by removing I ""nlY t IIr linuirord. Klorld.i., *
.SCHOOL NEWS I < 'lri',nit c'ourt ur Hradrord Cnunty ed In lhi> pvtltlon bereft
Thin illiniumwill I Ii
iver head of the U. S. by Arthur HolllcJay an pas. et: I I II I growth Evening servlc3: the separating wa'I.' air? h'''"(, pnri, 'N'me 11l4'r..om."t., *, lltnl.T Thi n. I .hI tltlonvr. ... Yo. Tinsuit., .,'. or ""1I 1"-1, KInrlda.' '' I In. the KI-Tilth .1 tt.lm- I IH>:Nr3 and \lnt> 'Jlua.: ,,,
Kemember the ft .I. llHMinilflltHTo
Oilir 1 '' of Kronomlc\ Orpnrtun-1 unanimously. Ti-seis: andTlaerettes will be held at 7n m. with Rev. Eagles: is "now ready to da County., ii ff.'r.* for trHdif t I In on** I |. ...Inl, flreult ur .iilil' 1 Htatc 1 lit the fhamlivrx at Mturkr. laradrh,, .,
I ThiHint I nf HM''trldii' ut
"n I chnrsed In the letter thatDl'pdfol'd '' Sujt. Cagey told] the Boaid ] will play] the firs M-Kay, in chaige!( business in the expanded .Jnllli ii I i' ,nul'r.l )101,1, <'1 I 100. 'I Th t .Sfriil I I'lopi'rtv. <'I St' ". Court M"uai. In. )Stark" Klnrlil Omul. I'I.rl,5it till Kith das ..i iiin
home .. .., til- joth d.. of ',,,c'.mh..r. ::5ovi'iii..l.. 1It1! .
frame on Dec. 6 at 7:30: Pleasant Grove Methodist' w"'h, .., 'v li M .11 I ..I ihi. ("'ItO- TMxiiHVtfiN. (Mtmtnii And () on t)
School Board thnt henceforth. it is planned '!ppace. r\ Shirt, '" ',"",., Wuli-r. .rH'1 1'iR.I! : at :\:30: ..'..t..k I' !II.. ,andKhow ", 1@is, ,.I
All n 1 Htmn
fit.tied to live UI)) to agieements:; :, for nil Head Start operations well wishers are Invited t? Church School will begin at Bobby Allen store manager I Tin' II.i'i''l.' ,in, St III t I... ti,.. ilnwnPRVITI Juts lag "r dnliiilnir Any .. i 1.118"hy I Hi- II'.) >'r.. ..r : 5 i.. .
I attend Title (I i' I a 1''r'si' I In I !I'rniifity"' "I' 'TTK.Illdtr \
ii had made with; the feral:! ', to bo throiitth: the recently and support your team 10 a. m. with classes] In their : 'sal-t! ,!, there would be further re- ", in, Mini' Hi. hiiliin. ,' will' 1 hi /I..r'. ..i.,li-cl. (H\ ThHKininii( .. IH> 'the pftltliui. r Ifil In I il'ah of I till- I,'II 01 1 i '"'ill I i.rKlKlllli "

mi 'i'1-nment before, I lereivlns' : formed( economic KNfJAOEIVIENT places] Mornln? !s-rvice will bat ? modelling of the new area I"..Oh I In. us.. '''/iiiiil HixtiillmeniHW I The f*.iuni\' (if hiria.i to'. II. Klurid prof'illiiK. rhiMid', nut! >iKianl.. : .ludl, lal i I'll. "lit .,f KI,
( !group, the ,,,, -.1. ami I th- f 'rt irii Rile f I atJ..ttt'dn.'en .
Mrs. Geraldine] Dommon: I I 111 I II.i llll l It 1'.rtl''IIr.I .. orliidclitodnr .1 ida In mil r U.nd".1 ,, .
announces 11. Evening sPI'vlce111 begin after Christmas. The Ii. or ii i iiiiii uiin i .. Hinds to flnince addition d-M
thpronram Bradford County EconomicA the I i'is, \ .MM,. .nl u i I In, mntl ... fol' 1 >.H. Hfi..i-inurti. .r Mutt' / tli-i-lii iitj '2 J :. I IJ l .
and .
engagement at 7 7 with Rev.J. B F. hi tutor
t to) !prehool.1Jrtrcn( ; whose\ pncy Th!! School] Board p. m al space ha, enabled Eagles to und th- ,proiiltimii r<

pntents' income was tinier! e3-! Casey! nays will become Involved approaching marriage of het Williams in charge Visitors add new lines and: expand its 'I I Ii

2(10( He daughter. Dora Lee. to Rev. L are always welcome. stocks in Starke. .
said that. henceforth: i only] If npe-lcd., :

this ('ounty11I be given: I i The superintendent also re- C. Gamble of Jacksonville The The class leaders are asking I

weddingwill: take place( at 2 all) member. to please: contact

-ippclfll soiutiny"Head Start-now before additional aearound 1 poitpj kindergarten: that he is pursuing a p. m.. Doc 12 In Greater Allen them by the first Sunday. The I TUB RKJIIT POINT for the..:
Chapel AME Church with I
\MYF will sponsor an entertainment -
\ program-funds Tltl* 1 of the ..
ElPmentary-Sec-! A. vay you Si ritp. Come In anti 1
offlciatlnir.! The at the Od! Water
cnn be Rianted.Bradford .
] ondary Education( Act. "
was onp of the few The,e Is no leason to doubt public is Invited. No Invitations Oak School] Friday night Dec.Parents telwt your II..rlt" KMTER-i: i '
( will be sent. 3 please come out and I II
aims th-it! did not comply|, that we can move Into a kln- Mr. and BRooK fountain TKI.R- I; m
Mrs, Albert pen.
Tyson brlnq the children
fn'lv'!1 \\vll'i! '1 HIP 11.i r -I lscr 1mm- tlciKPit MI prnwram If we want I
announces the aprronchlnj:: Greater Alien C'hnprl: AME: 1\\\\1\\\6\ \\
ntlon practlr-p--( ( I 1'ld -!')wn In I tn.( (r.ispv'! said.: "Heart Start nu.\i'ii. \\

the npw Civil Rlhis Law. the IIHS marriage of their daughter. Sunday School. 10 a. m. with I \
vrrv Ilttla to do with It.
lettei" .stit'-I Tt wnnlHii"d Miss\ Mary Bell Tyson to Charles 'dii., DMestre: ] In charffe. Morninif 4'II.. POll lilUC ; sumCi.IQQR .

Walker The wet* !'Inn wi'l'' ,II .e .tce at 11. Love Feast. Tli. Fl'utid' I > .< <'.>,unly, ( I'l.in. I
to th" Br(),irr1 of Pu'i'l' Tnt ll'ur-
he mnlz"d iiihtiNI'll.'t' M Of hiruil ru .i (I'MintKN.rlilji _
nerember )IB. at' :
tIN mi1, IPT| ?to I i'IP' Flop i I ITiC'fliv Evening service Holy Communion will ici'flvc Hiiilil. IOu'

nt"ht bv "'i 1'it Tom I 7 o'clock in Pleasant Grove At 6 p. m. with Rev. Ht 'loot: ) n. tn on t Ihi' intirti'litf' I _

rD CHURCH l ., Methodist Church Starke! I, A. Sampson in charge Vialt''n ,"r la.a'n.I.'r> T. ,I'm., :, A |II. in Hi. I
CB "V rliiriii'' : \!; n i, v 'I 1..1' "HIP tin;
: ,
Immediately folio.vlnv the ( .rk.. firTli'f, fni 1' the fullirwlitifl I .
0 ,
TliP Ron I Ii 1 couH nnl mi'fprstnnd / always wMcomp.OI'S l>l 1.*t..* nf. <>iiil|..hi|>m'. .nl t tI I
: Irnv Ihp ,rliB 'CPS could jtNEW5 I II wr-'dlnflt" the! reception will beheld j\nn..unernmnt ,IIM f1 I I'> SV\v Tllliili, II l 1.1". ..

) at the home of th-- bride' All members! of Dell Cliipt.rvi tti.toi'" ilru'liM, ...1"1'\| | ,\ nith' ,ll. !
b" cllrtrl I
tlii. radfort2
; ( rl at t t ; cmintvMom'iis
I | p-Mi-iiti' : All relat'] e; anifrlen.1 : / 1 Ka are asked to please ,",.1 .nKlnf. ,.r not. t,*.." I limn" I In County TeegraphP
thought it .
Il'rhopI! hrsu'p'w.'r. l ir-il, h,.. "I >"
; of the couple! are In- meet Thursday nUht: Dec 2. ,
WAS ent to. HIP wrnhnol i : < l I HlurllliHT." ; fnllv, .nc..1| "I' i.ii ,
board nn'1 reirtl"ns! )innKPd: Methodist Church !I 1 DM I In the :Misonl"\! Hall on Brown- .r'| 'H. ill", llMl'llllll, ,, HI..' llyllil.MoMliiMinl '.
i ('iM'itrn MUS: IT Street ? !. M'rl'Jhiiiinl. M',1 I"....
from "lunorc! It,," to ")et'a et. tlrthcl at 8 p. m. Rev Damon I Ihiiti, I I"'J l ,d I Mlnliiiiiii l .. MI,.,uuli, ", 'I

lit>l,1 (nf our C.i i>. ."irlii!r fin th week( : I Frre Will Ilintlatillitch. Dill. W. P. Sister AlmaU. I
cm1'I'eSMman.1 ( Rev. l-wls McKay Bacon. W. M.
fron> nor'ney! fun"I.iv. Dec 5 .- Chui"hSfhnnl.

"I think wr) "''nnr. | | ,inlv in 0:4'\: a. m Mirnlii !

I tl'r Mimt.' vein In '\h''h' Shilvi 'Wi. : h P. 1 11 I n. m :MYF Ciun- :: ; :: ,.

wrot" !i'llnll Late. II niP-tli. 5 p. m Y'-ut'i' Christmas Mail To Viet Nam \

In I the piH. however,, HIP C'holr, ;MRcil"c( 5 p. m. SnnckSlifPT

lIon 1'(1 aive-1, \\ :th Runt for MYF 5pm. MYF Must Be Sent Now, Hazen Says GU1mt ) SilmRtSOlTS\

Ca. eY'8 !suggestion! to request< merlin is (6:30.: Evening; Wor-

more Iitorii, ii L''i i.n "ixi, tlv y'lip.' 7:30Mnnrlay.: .
Clnl-trjias gift and card than dm'Ini the I 1954* rush"
)how did WP( !lli".lmlnalf'!> T'lBnard '! DPP fi-Qlil Scout( .. .. _
torel'vlcemen.< in Viet Nam THP nf);1 m'l-t.PI' offered the -: -- ., .. ... -- ...- ,..
Kh'.iiH" nlsn ,m;ilte It mretliiBa In Fellowship, Hall :
must be
mallei Immediately 'l"wln" ndvlce: t > help m.ill-
clour' that If the county( (11.1 Troop ((505. 3:15: p. m Troop Zn word Iris ",',,'rtl..n. !Mrmorl.iN etc
foi, guaranteed delivery b., I: Pl'" p. -ire for the current iir. 5,1st KrHolullimit, III"III.Vd.| I: -. In i'lanolflnl !S.ctlon. $
not comilv'! fully with the law : : : 607. 5:30:
Christmas Diiy Postmaster T ?flDIll,1'lnohi' : S I (minimumliiirjtii: I I 1.011(> I'ft Horil. .0.1 .
I i I.l: Inch llr. rrHoo.l.2o .
it was! unintentional. HIP KU- CommlflRlon on E'lifntlon! $ ) |MT t ln"
71 I i C. lI'lz' n. JI' Bald yesterday 1 Up-late" hot year's/ 1'r''sH! ,, I| If not pulil In ....h'"I''''' 1,25Keyeil .

I ">. In. rx""iitlve! Commlt.tp'. I This early m illinx nl'io]: applies !u.t l nil' II-'U-IP" 7.TP rod Citntn nf llmnkn. : 1'1)| to ull wonNInlniiiiii $ |MT 'liuh after nmt I Innrrtlon.Insurance I .
-I \-"i'n Cliii),. 7-30: Official I rolled, <.ir lillnil iwUiiilr'.niiini
to letter an I packages I ni m'-p's' Th nlonhoik I Iim'ii
'h. I ? 1.3.1 ( < hari-| ) 2.0)
r 'tin In ( ilmrie)
me ? sancluaiy. I I
HOUSEHOLD ent; by air mil! Mn-c:: 111i ,n good! soiree for 1 local
n nTue''tv : I .05 Ovi-r) ,;O uoriln: word .fI.;
'i 1'1 Itli I nl 1 factor( l.s all I pee! fiom hvl.4h.eU.' e.a. Kui-h udilltlnnaltunl' uvtr0 |n-r -

PESTS : rae7 --Fx"cutl( lln West Ci.i; t to Viet) Namaiul :ff: pnTr", i 'Ift: |\I-t.l All ...,.,,, -
,ivmlttip., W3C1 meet' In
V DU.truetI.. Me' i tin mull must i "a-li San on po'--l'p' Shon rni'v." cnn heill' Problems ? II.JoTIWHLTTItI'H; : ; :\ ; & FOR IAL&I i, ITBC (ilL ('()If'\S\ ]FOR SALE One two bedroom

V U".lto""'" 15I1CUiRronTi.. 9'O: Francisco in tlmo to allow aclc- "" to llT'p ,1"1'1.| .. .!"il"n! | i W"S b islmss on-i ) !
V U"oIghtt, m. Pl"TAm )- quote time to arrange airtran'.p1t. m9IPII..lq on "I'-'H Inrliidlnv Call The Man From p nloTK. house! piers s.and. ce- j for lea-e at Walnut and ;Mad- !i 1 lot. $12.500 Aso?! one two' bedroom -

If 01.c...".,... mcellnt; In sanctuary ]10 acioss the Pacific. ;t bovP, lip.. ..."..-.1'. prn a It a y is I si fl p lx>inon ?L. Palatk :=ient mortar mix roc*. itee|. (mm sts Paid t.alnmg avail-i home Getter Road. exrellent -
a m.WM For vlcemen In other :3 t tT'r fh"'t' rn.q. '.nHrnwp. on George E. LaRue furniture, ''t.r IIh'II. ''iintrork.( roof able C4U Travis MaUiU, J.&ck- I' < condition: Call 064-

.. Pl" II Pr'miiv' and .. eu.i avers :as,;, the suific let- mf ittnr' cn'rl'' T's' .irl .|,.-, "nhnKlrreit!! :SMA I'finl..hf'f't. I travel! lintels RRADPORD1,, "onvllln, 35B-1331 tfch' | !5771. tti'hJJ

JUIIVT: C,oti' prastlc": : :3-15: p 'rr; ird p.ucvl dpaillne: hisalci I |II|, ,.. "-1.- fnv...". "p'' If th"., V. '.tnne flejirhI.an'aiiItant rrurssKs. .:!' mmtltl.' NOR: CO Phone HA4-2521' -

n r>r:IVPI :Vfp-tlixj. 7 p. m. .. (: ., (For All Your I apeeb.. 'ehv. :'OR SALE10 ft. by 50( ft
1,1 ly: pins d. but air mill can ..nl"t""t l.q "' .1. ifl4fl- Ni ./ In1f'rprinJ! !:

xlin.: s Den '- Ch.ince' be handle< 1 Hi::: to) t.i .imt/ei. lu ''i"eriih't"'c4! .-'i I'- fftt..". i Insurance Na'eal'a.ftcpreaa.tit .. am'. Itox Spi, .-in ITS! IXMI l IC tN: {'IAT -' use trailer Bargain: price ,, Madam Roberts

.11 CTr' Ii rhcni-it: 7 :30 p. m. ihc i-ojlinnsfr: sul\ I "n .return n't? Ing1IPIS Y-III' Iii Ie \.ft.Io 12.500 Excellent: candUtnCot : : )
r"n l Ion I Iii ;, '... l.rnn. I 4 \ t Mrrl or f'HlArTEIl { ( SIMIMTr.M UKADKKANII :
1..1. lit <
Malting/ 'lime rr.rlri"e.r'.t. r in I'\I.\TK'\\ 5..1 .\\'T(). FIRE': Ul) \'I .V.QOO S::'<> 'II''Ia kr .a
I"II/'IT/ nn:""",,: I 1. .. 'fi.vrli' lnst Ch. Istnia.H( t.L' i.-ost of- I .......m'1.t...'. eratv'1c"In 8 P. :M.1IKH IM>VI.R K: fflNNKR': Wilker S''el' !. S ivlce SUllen
.\P1tlVFSMCDNKSI1Y: : M I 473-4fl( ; Dm' I will unsHer in:my quaitittn'i -
Lie: h II led, more mall thane '''Is VPlthllt.: \ rC')''1vI I I (. I'rfiUI HH. Il.l-.fl INMrltAr.p! : ".lE"t;: H-'iw; ino In Starke tfcha
I'hont' 473-432R Nlt\ lute. limrrlaR.bu. -
T'le' \ 1'1' I:"t"l i". vet the operation I wrnnf'Pd mi"! 'loosely( ... lkln,. HSlirke '. tr.hjt
fliit tn( '?!,nl{ temiifrtu .nrke1"It' .Auto Fire Home HntliATTI.NTION ".. 20' f.: \> !let" >R KENT .-2 b-droom house n.ie. hHt> ilni-.a sinaI all pro.
wa.s' the' most! efficient: in liNtory. I lOin ..-f -_ |

us of r'i"t \ cinront winter alTO DIP major cause of I "I"thl. P'm..t, 1'1;" "' aMARY ', i' mfortablv furni'hrd N) blcni .

9S4-33SS i airlvrd. %XVprln day mn-nln1- 1 About 91! p-i cent of the .'cii'.nh "yv.5 rsmse$ ,I,. ..r..o1 *

vtih n 'low or !U rpcordrd( a' ChiLstmas mill reached its rie- '"int' cartons. be packed tightly : 1IlT"'E\\I\'t( :.. ,, '"OR SALE Fill dirt. top noilt ) r CARTERPAF1TS Wet hlld or Call pets.St onlv Phone: inTan's 964-4621 570

the1 ('nim Blnn-llin wpnthf'i t Inatlon before Chilslmis by u"lii'j'. stuffing nmt'rlnl CASH ion the ChIIKtm" .. t tractor. work. pew and nurd!I '

Florida ,, I it Ion. and :lf! ) at the Brndioidrr ave "' H 11>('11) sin' fill U', the emttv" ,.." ... nroii t'l//. Selllim. Seasin Be nn Avon building supplies W. T J.*..k: Itcha 11 23 1-

\' Hosltnl Fie:7lnutFinpp "The u.s1! of ZIP rode! numbers the merchandise He also ask- Representative in your! neighborhood sun BulMIn Material and Mahlnory ('IIItI'iTI.U"Ts:

Pest nMifs wprl' also PIPIc'ti'i and the cooperation ot prl that nil mnll,r.. rmir.. nn r Write Mr'0' tld-t. !Supply Phone 9H4tfehir-: st'ISU1.'IIiSES: :

for Thursday moinlnjj. the public In mailing/ early effort to addiesa/ their<< letters. Sweat P O Box 540 Liv" .ont slcaus.; : 120. $ia. nil .til Kciiillne, I'rHale. .

Control WPIP( the main i ens-ins for our cards and! package. a. clearly Oak FluCOINS] Complete Line Tt.nus.,1: st\\; |l'NCiM- and CiMiflilentiitlHI'KC

('ITI.ItWOJlIU: success.' the pj.stmu.iUt sail as possible an-1 that they I ('II1NE: FXCHNCiE... IXt
CHEMICAL CO. :\;(! mike I FOR SALE Oood bU1lnf'II'! ofPaints ( : 'I Il. ml.VI(

-a_ A WOo kin'r ".111\ he hpld 1 1\' "With the sump or 1 better (co- every" attemnt to mAil often WANTFD ,and residential properties InStnrke 16(16( MAIN ST. JU'KSON-

opeiatlon thU not waiting. until the ]List !snitin\t, H ant. tn t ..m.
Dyiil: '! CrniPlprv on !$: atiii'ul iv YI'III'e expectto minute Buy HELL TItADK) improved and unimproved AllSupnlles \IIIK.: Fa \. HIKE PtltKlNCir

'" n">p 11 All Intel este.1 persons handle. an even me.iti't! vol'I''I to( rle$ 'M>slt all their !rifts : ZIhr.I'IrIlIHlll$ : Srr\li. for H V KnUht. P 0 ,\' "sroi.E., \\i-ek l>i.J.. H ..11I. to lip.in..

r\L0 a' .'!en uraef..> at u"lid ond bilmti ump of mall with less i and greetings. )our olil COT>*. free nf rhnri| Drawer r*. City tf'MFOrt r For _5t 1223 fhuiw VA4UHI3I'Hvate .)

.t' tT. work a !th. I I HKI.OTE'S;( DKUCSKev '( All! Purposes llmnt
RENT fo'1rlhly! decorated -FF! JtMMY: MOORE'SHN

r i> \ i r \"i'ias 'i'lai Mm nv I'l.l'llp Nclrhnokii S2.2A .1! the|, ',tone Ih'Ighl's furnished apartments AUounfurni'hefl "' PPrOTS HIWAY I'. N. Illwity SOl
1'litS r ntr.snvTi: ; \\ "'1'I'''' 1'1111' 511-I I'\t. I Buy (One (;iallnn\ ..
rtnsllp Notehook $2.20 a'| FOR SALEl9t32!: Chevrolet house H S Bur 101* STAPKE! FtORID\ I Ml... South ..rk.. r l.i. .
KING 1- ('IIt'II1III. > ., I "O.OOflI dette. 5J4 North Cherry St (;Jet One (;hallainl'hasne Fr-T BARGAINS GALORE u '
I \\'aIIon/ I "rcMiiin'IIIUr." I Hi-aloil ,III"I mi, i- Corvalr rnmpsid* fnick.:
Cir.ulv :MlnNIrrSch
<-duli,' for lie r..fi.,ls.I liv tht I IM\HI! .,n. I I artuil mile $99300 J RnulHniiton Phino onq. 334: tfchg .F H .K i: PHONE: 964. 't91 OPEN .
week .
of Docembci lllMllllHlollK. until In" I A M
\ 5: i IIMT.':" \ on.. ,cl It, ,- Him" M c..r I ill,. -,niluf I h2 ] Tfchg I IHOME FOR BALE-10 acres land 100 SUNDAYS ALL TYpE'JF'INANCINO ;\1 \LE HUP WANTED :
$ t
I 1h.S201
Sunday HiirtiliiM! |1..I.'rly. Wides I AVAILABLE Men In Rood health age ;Jl \
-- BJrxK Jr flay
Sunday School.. : : DEXIVEKV, Foremost south J M. :
.tltM Cllllirl" Ii, IWuu -1'1110' I l.uitimil I New Arkansas Traveler 14 ft
:H.Vt}; :I N.
9 : 11 a. m )Morning' Worship 'I,. "Mi>railiiwM| II Dairy products Ph 9 4-S425. phone 9rH-2521.; Nlte 961t9Z"tfrhll! Temple fiberglass. runabout back to ,to 60 8 hour day i day: week: 1

SIZE Ham. Youth Fellowship. 6 II leI 1,1,1, ,,kif. riinillllonmill, .1"IH'.lfle'"II" Customfad.! :tIp 11 :aii-120' L Two weeks paid: vacation
lIOISEIIOt'INGl'riwtltal; : 1 ; I i and
buck windshield
| I ,," tin ,,, .l l seats. !
p. m. Bible Study. 7:30 "IIIMV Mlitii' in"' I : stale retuemcrt an.' Social
I : p. m. fliini. 1 Hlnti' ,,,,,, For )Florida [.Ivt. '.. I
Monday -- Deacon's Mcet- 1'lIr.I. I'otm" M I I FOR SALE -OILS range: 4 'I MALE HELP WAITED1m! unit ( .rr"'IheUr..hll.I. { steering Excellent used 35 hpI; Security Write or contar
Hlon IHvlnliin! .
InKlllutionNratp I
I I'arrtrrtlcLEOfl!
rsmcmu PCM lir! 7 '30 p. m. I orriiH IIi0lI.. lli. nioxii.imHtri'ii I I ct; More burner. :2 years old 1. Excellent mediate openlnK for awcmblyoperators electric starting Johnson Personnel. Department SlIni i;

J ,: N I Thursday! Choir Practice. Wlnir I Iliioni I 11-12: TultahttHHt \ I YOU I' condition. Th. 964-3201 or 964- I Hiiih rx'houl I w rad- 1MIII. ? battery! *n$ all controls I Und Training Center. P 0 j

I L7t7LT7I I' n 7 7.30 p. ru.I .i>. r'ltirlilallalph' For Your S $8 Rn% 2tp uate with fundamentals in Telephone| IMZ7OIKniilo SAAlIIO! Box t 1130. Gainesville 4tch3: f

''v ) U 1 HIlliT\ I II : I I|I electricity or electronics to assemble i I. .Hox *123 U...ed Fiberglass] fishing boat *:29IISI
I :NII lit IS. I ilrri torIt No Salaried or Com.. .
> WANTED Assistant. manager or test" tubeTralnlim I Broo....'. t .U. $12993 f
:-i -l I I I-
UTit1CfiFla..i I I h,. 'I'ho. I Irriill (.our I to us rn.p Inr.I, -- missioned )Employees; I Apply in person at Super ''or experiences In Armed: For- t frh silfOUSEKE3'FR U"ed" Fiberglass fUhlng boat : \Lt: HUP \\'.\>TtH

r ij I Minlr. KhirhfJi.' In 4 I liiln. ,.(*rr I Test Station. 558 S Walnut! ', Exrvllrnt benefits 11119 9 Ate' 21 to 54. Ri,od health 8
I ii..- \... I-1S1: MilIllOk': 1'\ 1'l'ln: \ 10llr'IJI4 Dtl) & nllADUSEN( I I! res applicable -
.. SJIAa4 uI i"10 mi i I'IKUH. \ :' "I'I'll: rifllMOIH. \ ".|.- I I Ht t Itchu an-< working! conditions WANTED Used, Fiberglass fishing boat hours day S diy week Mlneducation
I I'liiiniirr" \ I S..II I.i. I I- Ii.. LIKE; TO WORK To live in and take of 8-
p I laui.i I .Illlll r..hy Klvnn (thullhi care I Oth tirade
f'lHxtM. I IRIGftTEIIo' 119093 vaca-
11t..I ,III Dally Interview's 9 a m to 3 i
I ,,
I iinO-rntMneil'
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KINO SItE PEN I 'It''"r.I.1 HUHIn i ir I'uliliiiilliin'. An.I' ;.N,,,eli, ,<> I \lnlona or t'liapii-r. uiulr 211 i ft1 I thpro Tnw" YOU Benefit WITH SYLVANIA YOUR COLOR HOME: : p m. Saturday interviews." a I year old .boy Woman with'c.hJ1dr..n UMXI trailers from US 00 up I{'I tton. sick leave and r...tlremnt -

or Kioriin \..t"t or I I-Mi!" I (IIr'aIn.r i .elcome! Car furnIshed -
TVh extra l. I is New 33 with elee- benefits Write or ace
ng tlndy I 1110'! ii inni, i">r 'MMSlut, I I i m to 12 noon. hp Mercury
: I
.I Ill
ss 'tin' i'1-ik if th' TEL EVlSION FOR CHRISTMAS j
I .ball pn .bukinohand. po"cttY l>'l.,,,iiilii 1,I. T<> I.mint,, ,,, .l.*iui I"\\'N. ('In..nit I'oiitt" ,In.. niiil. for Html' !II Monies Tub Division Sperry Ph 473-3104 Box 463 flr! ,starter.! bsttry. tank an.'! Personnel 1 Man aver Sunlan-l \
'- I. "h..MI. i o lilfiK 1 .. Available foi Immediatedelivery Keystone!' )Heights. Flu '
yuu to i> 'IN ford .
.. lInklI.lvuIIII ( "nniKtiirldii.. iiiinn r.* All Sizes on Display Rand Corp. Oali ff vlle! Fla all controls New 14 ft alumInum TrainIng Ont-r P O Box
you ,trulyB !! j2D V II' I h. liv notiriml, I Ihal, iript$ or i i'r."t or imoiiiMtion ur I 19 Portable" Color. 'tfcha '
: i "Illl,, ', I 8-10-12 Wldes and equal opportunity employer boat with uph&.ierrd ,
III I thin h .
writing/ I PillltV| lii." ,hi'l'll,, nollithe( I fli-tltliMiK limn. :Pl"!" Console Color and :29" Rtanaular -,'-
iMixitilit.., airiiliiHi, % ,ni lv 11I."n) or .Ini'k'M Oonut. Shop nnilvihUh Il/I' Hath I 1 uhFOR I SF.UINti: l 3' HIMS xeats. steering and windshield: 41'hf. 1'Z"
,i'ri \\ I I Color Tub BetterpIctuiC |
KINO SIZE INK In lli Hl<., .- flllll|, "..1 l am' niriiviil I In hunt I .8119 50
Ii *'. >"|iI"I HIM..1) tllllH, .. rOt,. IUMII, I ","a nl 1 Hill! S TempiAn' and Kxpandables; and superb rsbtnets 1965 Model Clearance Sale
SUPPLY I In. II" I...il\ <"r ''h.,. llllillill, ,,. III'lull. i
.. cioc.I.fl.of.In, I II I..", niltl' \.i,i ll .. ,. 1...,"i.t,I.* M l I Ulioilrn., lit 3 1 lion 1 your rnteitninment. :3 I room. and bath Phone 964- :New. Mf'ntY.oO A3 hp ...14.'I"trtl'.tut..r
tor- rarrrlclg, 1 lli li"i' '' t>s 21S. tlalnKVlllPlot i. I I "'Ida. >,,!i., : Terms to fit your bucket Som!' bobbin Sewtnu Machines left '
>1. run* M li.t I, oiH 21111 ,
New tfehgFOR .
-. .IfMtylrl. of p.0 .. I .oI n,, flh. %'niir wrIt'mill?"',", ri iiilr-|, I o\ nertinted, .. and Used as ]low as $16.PS. Southern: 1.rlnf' ..- 1 Then machines are compietely and altlnator $799 93 I i NO :213 -IS at-ra. Paved Rd
tin .
.,., u< i thin I ISIh diiv or N. I' 19* 3 10 John.on $19993Ml Frontage for this
trv-t '
ond hp
wrl., with il"finiit>ii to ) guaranteed Equipped to xlaia ; n &r
tli > -
roiniil and Television PAIE Burrow
--- "lint'" ni vnilr \ H 1'.I Stark S-Yr 413: E Cull? no rea"MiRbli -
..,;; ,. II..- .>rrii, .. of finnncinjf O.uor Trailers' List Lou of
prlc' town
.fiiI: .... HI. iii'Hir' ".oIeI i I I l', I lraI fot'l CiMinly I Kltirlda. St .11 13: 3j I offer refused Phone, (. make butt-inhales. etc sMbilttlM for
t I In Sim'..'i'I,lio. Pliirhlii, II i is 41 I It/ft II '1 ,
.. mill l<> I -- -- I $25 U total, price Will lesa 10 per rent $4300 Prtre anl? $1330 down
13 Wl'E i \ 11 i I Walrlo 4-H-I4I1) Itehg 123I accept
ofttiiMMof ,
BUYKING riff I \ .,,,..,,,,,,., p"i..ii i. \'nit* i KnlLtlii."r'nin.,:'.. l% <'OI >'IY Ji iii.ivi: 4 nlll r TH Our Itental-Pur-) FOR SALE-Phlk-o :.II"% Con-,i- older machen-s for part payment 'Used 1A ft aluminum boat 30 NO ]U :3 acQuiet area

SUE! {I.. ,..< i ..n..,. rinnvt-r .I1" Miuik.. I IN S Ml Pills III III--IIIIII chase Plan1'a.vment.t sole TV. 84 Mob $75 AUo' 0 I| WANTFU -. Service Stationattendant. I Phone Orlando" collect 'hp John''on aol| trailer n.1I U frw peaceful r- tlrecmntmf >

...., '..1, ond gl... .Plullll, I I. ii.II! .nil .Ill llffol,.,. I till. "tilth' 'Ill I III,. % I"; FI.Illtlll ,. Under $.iO() Per Month i E: Automatic Elect-ic: Ironer" |I Permanent Apply 4. \-377: lot <-h*. -1 a 'DOVT!' DELAY SEE: US TODAY e from Unrr Mike Peach Astre
In* I' KMtate: orKlil
> imootri of |Ii" .mh. I
KK, you wo.'d..' lTn,. .1 |II'>, i 1.I'fl I'i's, -r' i ',I I'lil'i uii! "i>.'."i MI.||\\ 'ill i I K Kluiiid. ..-, ,!". .oIDt.Il.l.i -- and Presser.! $33 Smith: Ot>VOf'. I i I "IM 1 person Jimmy: Mooie'ii Gulf r -- "i _I Itcrx Pecan >. :Uodern 4 nn
I., \ "n) < n fin: l'min 540' W FOR SALE- bedroom frame bP'ek h"\, ,
SUe.c$ (from only I I". I .i'III '! Oil lIMIlltlOt.. \ .Ml, ,. Adklns Phone 1643881 Stalin lli-hn 123FORSAIF Oerrrrtf4 Forth

-.. ..p..I.. r..1I Thin.,11,. .. Hhnll.. I IIP |1"01.11.| ... .1. '"' F i-' '.nitH Kl 1.lint, ..or,d-.th,. entail.ed, "ifFred : Itn 1 1J: : house! at Law'ley $75 domn no 'FOR BENT FURNISHED OR $11 000 Taken' this.N'n. .
'KI I il!" n,'\t Tour ,... tit> .it --4 W D Jeep A- .III..n. Call 't'VFUHNISHFD! 4 bedroom
'l"rII1 I 1' h-r-hy n", fltd. and 1 rqulrtil I ,K' NOWMobile Phil 8'"'-Ic
i"'. .i.i\, l .,in-iiii", ,, .or tii. iiiniiri'iii,. rih! ian\ clHlinn. ,, ...r itemanili. i FOR SALE --1H60 0 F Re- 'Ifrlltprntor. I I hape. Phone 473-4428: Key- Ph 3S.9-7X04\ ( :Jtt"'hll' 12 2 'liou-v mth. bnth on Road! IS 3I5f

r "..iin,il i "i \ ,IVIvKfiiph,. ii 01 liil\' iiali| I Hllt-h they mav ha\r atralnwlmild ,, double doOquod'\ itcnf rtelahU. 2tt 139: n .il.lIo.r" | .. RETIRINO'Vant to build
|iuhltii-| l In |itatIn 'h 'r. e or (thii FOR
.11..lit, I' I condition. $100 Ph SAtO: E Refrigerator IIII\J 13 U
"llllt\ olintv Jiulico or Mraiiroril fonnt Home SitesAVAILAULE A33-2416 that hrtlMay horn' '
H .
I I \\ ,",.." niliailil .a* I"h" )k ..1 \'. KlorUln.' 'In the ,'""llh..u.I imp? 4 Uohn. 1.J! : :\fAKE THIS CHRISTMASI Spore maker I 19 ft Rer,.tnr et : r
\ I S 1* .ll l I'Kllll, 1 r. ,Illlll, thl Hlllt, "f. .Illll .at. "'"r...*. Klorlilil., within 01"! I AST!' A LIFETIME.: Gin yourfamily 'ZOO 00 Phone 064-727! 1 FOR S.U'b: - "-",,, I .it "l.u-li.. .. ( iilendiir, month rrom thi> tint. I Only 2 miVa l frr-m
I I ,,,. 1"1..1'1,1., till" of (the FOR RENT One bedroom! ;, the gIrt! of U-anUng tfih l ph>ted fmm- house at Hatnp-; town. gui
:?\ rirnt
'v> nil r 1M. 'IIIHII nnhllratlon of 'thlv Full Lake! Privileges | ______ li 200 ft. from .Ukr
:.p I I51i': !: '\I. I notUK:.ich I i.I latin or demandniimt : completely furnislifil house i \Vor* Book Encvclordl' :M i ton $5O down no qualifying Only $ 1i00N.

I '1.,1"0. I A I 'iirtv h. In wrltinar' an,% .mimtatrtti Homestead Exempt- trailer Water electricity" fur- \. Payne P B Box 62: .
V- I U, I ,' plact> or ientdnanI' Ii aders) ..
I k.or Can M
'Hi 1",11! o''I..r' I pout nrrk-i .aI.Ire..i or Ihv ,lalm.. Financing nlAhetl Suitable (or couple" ot j I SUrke Ph. 964-3794. be mos I'iI: on Your i onvllle U9-tI1W: 3trhc 122:

f' iifuil ( inint.v. Klntiili, ant and, inilwt Iir nworn. to I li\ Mnale person Reasonable" "I 4trh 1333: own lot..J B Whit Phon" 211 ACRES PIIlltrCattl..
I II :L1'. 41 I I I. 1I. Ill,\ thrclaimant. ( hi. .."nl. ..s, h, a"4-t.\. :
lt..rtl.5.. ) or .It vlll hi,','''''' \ .iti, Lake Geneva Phone 969-! 1 281 2trh" 139 _"tc:! ,. l2Q: MALE HELP WANTED and tImber furm delux, 43onO
UNtTwo: Hounds Ownpu'tI1) ""
BRADFORDCOUNTY II \I.( MUM. I': uirdin to .law raptMUy poultrr hoo-M-n
<4-l ,I l.lll.. will I.,. I.-. flvxl IIIiii N..n.h..r hiha,. 11145s I FOR RFNT UnfutnlHlir.1 7'' have bY paving botard andMirrtlsn FOR RENT PunJI.'IhfOd!) .! ..u.Wf' :young a..mMtve.* for .-Ien. and lUbiM 3Aarrea

I ,. ,.rfi, ,. ,or Iliittln' ,, / 1'1. \II'! I.' 1.111..S apartment 'i-d-jratlonal WriteJernr 214 acres valuaM -
IK M innvvr. Trailer 'room house at t 763: N \Vnlnu- : > | rot See after 6 p on Ktnttftley pnxfram
Florida. Slutr 1'im.in.. K"n'lllrl' ''; of the Kalitt.: ,. --i, Sales j timber :t well.. fru.tlr :
.,: I II !I... '.1"! no i in ..n,1 l ,not Inior Itniroril.tlmn ."1".. K. ."11...... dTIKIMAM .-,-. Rt Call !9M-0201 01 9rJ25: | m Vollie, "I'D"' nln.c. Rt :2. Box Lake Mrs r"uane TorodeI ffhafer 82O I 10th Ar, ,.*. 7 room b.o.t ,
li> 10 A Jl I IS. ti" .inh.p l 1"11& ; A rilliu"Attnrn !.} after I R p m UpCHRISTMAS !H"J Stitrke" Jtcria. 12 l _!Phnne: .VU':J-M1: :lth la 10 j PIt"tmeftf> na_7tr> 133 )m-
On Kuutr Itm. <> :Mile SRln GaitS farm nne \ ..,
TELEGRAPH J r.t ill. v at IJIVT n ut $A5.0>IO.THOIT
It "r "inifn liM"f
I tl 1 t North T.m|>l. Av... .lon.> 1I..hI..
riorlilii r.Io'.".i> MHIHII amiiu %'iiirke. rlnrl.U : TRFFSIF : .'OR FOR SAIEpartment liouind FOR' S.AIE

: ", I 1,1, fi. >, i ,,,ii, Illil formmat Klrnt ..'"hh.II."n. ,,,u :\;.., Open Sun. & \' R* V S J0( I South Phon- furniture :210 N Cherry -1 Ii. a erp In lawIcy FOR RENT-All ,....r round 3 HTsl.TT
.1V i ..il.t.1,111,1. Ci.,1i' i bin ,irrnIt I ',< II. I I'M.! ; Contact :Mr C R at'- bedroom _hour KlrttcaleT
j .ninar"i' !1Iti..3SII.: Mrs W A Stern -t Etvjor hom. pus] Income Phoil on !I IT V T..ie0...
I Si I I. 1 7S3-3940
II. II IIl\ i i '": Olenn Lake Call Sam '
Ror.enb.rgsStore .
::1Lch" 129t: Uuy: terms 944-T27I. tfchg t Crews M4-4J01. ) *. 311)
4lp 1316: *
j for infaimaUon. tfch I Ilwnr !'ci'J"1 I

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I Starke Stores Are BRADFORD COUNTY f


And, You Too, Can "Wrap-Up" Christmas Faster, Better, and For Less When You Make Starke Your "Gift Confer : $:

!" Here Is Where You Can Get The Widest Selection Better
Values, Famous Brands, Friendly Service. You're STARKE.: FLORIDA

Invited To Come See This Weekend During 3 Big Days Of Value-Packed Christmas Gifts For Everyone! THURSDAY. use! 2, 10B3;

Starke's Fashion .


Leader fIf4rJAL2

"1'111.En.L'T: .:

'' THROW"HELtJEN"COLLECTOR'S; :RUGS CHOICE j %j ,.i q &e aQ (lfIWW'I 01&.1 '!

Table Cloths 27 x. 4- $ 9.00 :

I'kk Your Size 3x 15 15.00 '+ IULtL1jt' I fd4Qa4 t
Color Prices and Start Std At le 4x6All 25.00 k(1, ( f' v

"vi :
/i \
p "Il'IR AND CARMtJANFrom : : : ,
$ .OO iIwi, V' .
y lIy ) l

"-\ .. Weather Coats From $2.00 .."T0\l.ARROW"SAWYER"Fiom AMI;:

From $$37-50 J ,.- R HOYSSPORT $2.99 _
Vanity Fair' I : SHIRTS

SLIPSFrom Hulid, Plal.KMiidru .. 1

.* Plaid. "" S

.00 L' From ,J.
$4 ',", THE MANY LOOKS i.'
OF $2.99

; nn -: 4'S UItIT S r
Fair A lleautiful Selection! \ JACKETS
Vanity To ChooM* Hy Famous li111IIfP', '
PANTIES / From $;.00CirU () Makern, I YomSPORT M
95 .
Fn'Ir \1 F ; Reduced
1.25 \:)rl ITIVJt
All \h $thr. 1 25%
t, St
COATS :MIX 'N :.MATCH 'HIE: WAY lltii' For (ChrMmuMMEN'S {/ 1
I 1'0f( \\ISII! FOIt:! I THE:
From ('(O.MI'LETENEW: ; "It,
.' : FASHIONS. ()
" $9.00. FOR) THEHOLIDAY : Wool Shirt '
' "",' ( ) SEASON' .q 'w
r'lit j'runl
f& '71
I; 114Ci'gd''01 'gCJ'rpC"J Ut'ltutlful A $10.00J

J Select' ion __ &..':. :: "
I ,.. MllMrbinM
I! : Y' .) Toiletries Luny or Short tilrrrer 1 1t
k Sleep I Hy 4 Million' l I/r"n or
I I 1'l.iln 4 oll.ir
L r'' ,,
i ;:' J..d.I..t: I'roriiSPORT 1
Farah ... Wear "
I EnitllMh: J.r"lh.r.. $2.99
I DRESS '" '' J I
B'.e'8'1 -" 'wi- From Inferno .
7 t
,, ffor .. 1 (Old :Spirr:
and .rJlt.'I / $6.00 : it
: 'CASUAL -wt; ,. Q I ) .I. .# HA.NO.SOMESELWIION : ,


I ... ,. H ';ICS
For the F il From $4.00 '
2 tu 1 IGry t '1l.. COATS '

,'rum Our Assortment Of lit r
\fcf.IU-COIC( ;(;( (( \M U :!..n u1.le1':
$2.98 : Crib Accessories 'ayit with ,Irrnr '

Is Complete ,gyp' bore' $25.95 '

r ("nit: tiII: ; \'fU"'I.I. 5.11'F.';! l S blouses

x ,$ The/ Gilt .MK.NS. : '.JfH hM lilt \M

--i, O/Fashion Ii UNDERWEARA \

.a."h....A .' ,'..' d ( ,..** From
\ Our Luxuriousllolxfjy '\lOST( l l'\i| IK Al.
f --- -
1 .. Collrrliotiof f.WI'I
Now For Christmas While The :-0. .
Lay-away Selec.hon I J. Good t :! "
I' ; 'P. f;1 'IU>aulirullymmin ,
And You Have More Time -- Let U. Explain Our Option "'''jy ) '
; -- ."
Charge Plan To You. Today So That You May Use It For Your ''II -K\" .h,". --iJJt .f ) :.. ,"t"'ItI_..I' 1
Christmas Shop pang. ;. ;.;.. ""--' -/.a


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r.ua., nun", '1111I'IUC'ultlli"'Y\ "KIU, >I'I"lNa<< NKUsl.: M'f.\ttlir:, f'IAIUlII.\ TIIIJRSIEAY PHP :9,9f!

Grady Resigns1st religious, civic and community Jan. 1.Mrs.. Bessie Reddish of' Law ley;, Place ,for all ages.-Rev., Feld- of the first puhlloatlon of thlanotk
affairs during his time In Orady has been a librarian two sons Henry and Maxln er L. Rowan pastor. .. Leach claim,' or demand I -
mum I he 'In wrltlnir and muetKtHtu SELECTIONS ARE GOOD!
Presbyterian Starke He has served as sec at Bradford County Reddish both of Lawtcy; three' the place or residence. and i y WHILE
Pastorate HereRev retary and treasurer of the High School since August 1963. daughters Mrs! Willie Mae FIRST BAPTIST poet office addreea. of the claim- WIDE CHOICE FOR ALL,

I Starke Ministerial Alliance for and is a member of the Junior Lightfoot Fort Lauderdale; CIIUKCII STARKE ., ant the claimant and munt his be agent.worn, or to hlaattorney by I A AGE GROUPS.

H. Walton drady minIstei the past two years; has been a Women's Club. Mrs. Pansy Henley Kansas- Schedule::! of services: "" or It will became. void I
of the First Presbyterian member of the Starke Clvitan The Oradys have three children vine Vfit: .. and Mrs. Jean Out- Sunday Dec. 5 Brother- aet November-<>rillnv. to 4th lAW. 1905 $1.00 PLUS TAX WILL HOLD YOUR

Church of Starke ." .aw 'ub since the fall of 1963. : Sheryl 10; Glen 8; and hall of. Baltimore. Md., two hood meeting and breakfast at './ CLAHA F. COIXOVBxecutrlx SELECTION UNTIL CHRISTMAS

from the church Surdav N.'v I at'-ing one year as vice preslt Carl 6.Willie. sisters Mrs. Bessie S\pp; otRalford. the church 8 a. m. Sunday Fred, F Fume of the, dec. Katate ot II 1

28, to accept a call t -o..t and is now president of : and Mrs Alice Edwards School 0:45: a. m. Morning THOMAS. A PIERCR
pastor of the First P','.*v'e-- I t :lub. ; has been a member Reddish of Brook; 12 grandchildren Worship sermon "The Great 203-6 Attorneys North at Temple LaN. Ave Bikes & TrikesG.. I. Joe
Inn Church or 1 o'f'..... i i Bradford County ChilI and five gieat-giami- Commission" 11 a. m. Youth Starke Florida
Beach "....en: 's Committee;, and served Funeral Services children. Choir ages 1324. 4:30: p. m. First" publication on November. & Barbie Cars & TrucksBB

Mr. Grady began! hisi's! as general chairman of the Held MondayWillie Funeral service': were .ir"+'d at Training Union Executive 11 u/u., U8. 4t 5. 12/S Guns PistolsSuperBalls

try In Starke as a pulpit sup 1985 Starke Family' Life Con- 2 p m. Mondav In Jane Council meeting. 5:30: p. m.

ply on Jan. 14, 1962. and officially ference.Mr. Reddish 63. of Law- Memorial Chapel with Rev. W Training Union. 6:15.: Evening Basketballs Tether Ball Sets -- Wagons --

became the pastor of Grady's resignation Is tey. died last Saturday in a O. Mathls and Rev. C'la-le: Worship, sermon "Follow Me,"'' Tractors & Trailers.
the church the latter part of effective Dec. 31. 1965 but Starke hospital after an extended Haivey officiating! Interment' 7:30.Monday: Wheel Barrows -

February moving here on Feb Sunday Dec. 5. will be his last Illness followed In the family plot in WMU Executive WEIGH THEEVIDENCE -

22, 1962. During his tenure of official Sunday with the Mr. Reddish was born In Eergreen Cemetery under: direction Board meets! at church 7 p. m. Xmas Gift; Special FOR CHRISTMAS:\ Special Xmas Value
service with the church property church. He will be on vacation Bradford County on Dec 27. of DeWitt C. Jones YWA's meet at home of Mrs. I 43 PC Set
has been purchased with during the remainder of Dec 1898 and had lived here all his Funeral Home. I Dorothy Failing!, 7 p. m. 12 PC. Set l\IEL\IAC:\ 8 Transistor, Radio

plant to relocate the church's ember. The Oradys plan to life. He was a retired:! farmer Active pallbra-; are: Cecil ] Tuesday Junior Choir They r the most Teflon Cookware DINNERWAREKeg. with Ear Phone
facilities Iru the future and a move to Fernandina the week and a member of the Evergreen Crawford Marvin Rosier Dave I Practice and Sunbeams 3:30:
new manse was completed In following Christmas and Mr. Baptist Church. He was Shufoid. W. H Green. I. B D. m. Primary Choir Practice. TREMENDOUS Reg. Price $22.05 / Price $21.95 $10.88|

the spring of 1963. located on Grady will begin his work with the /lIOn of the late William Thompson and! J. B. Oaskins Beginner Music Activity, and $19.95 $19.95
Brssent Road. Fernandina Church on and Mary Andrews Reddish. GA meeting 4:30: p. m. DIAMOND BUYS

Mr. Grady has been active In Ithe I Surviving are his wire Mrs.HERE'S I Wednesday Prayer Meet- EVER Channels.eautlful
Ing, 7 p. m. Adult Choir 23" Console82
rehearsal -

r..> o C URC I I a p._m.. t L. 1 Cabinet-He Trade-Only/ $316.95 $266.95With

SPARE CASH 6 f HEWS I'" Th. rirrDlf (.onrf Of Th.
..,. ...."1..1 rl...." Of FI.... ELEC. BLANKET Year Guar.nOT: GUNS KIFLES -A UIO.
I'l* Im Am
Far Rrndfnrd'n....
I I MADISON IsTUEKT; : TO PHnW rMt HR: While They Last $1000 CAMFO SUITS.
BAPTIST tliUUtll: ('nunly Of nrnrlfurd' Florida' P..
tltlnniT, v... Th. Brnto,
Of Florida '
SAFE AND 900 W. :Al.idisoii St. -
I .1 a1.
KonnnrvlontMTo \I..t: Your Frlmdo .* FIRESTONK! -You
Sunday services: Sunday Th. fll,,'. Of FlorMi' And -$18.95
I Are Invited To Use Your Account or Our
EARNINGINTEREST.J \ School:! '9:45 a. m. Morning Th T".nIlYr.. H v.rnl. 't'.n.'n-on.rtvi' And Ownor Oth.rpi Professional' Tvna-Ideal for College .ay..w.y-P.. For Your Xmaa SnoppUif

I Worship 11 a. m. Intermediateand Having Or Claiming' Any Right' Student Thru Xmas 109.95'-
Young People's Choir Title Or fnl.r....i In Pronarty. To
I n.. Atfirtfi} R;' '1'10. l' CARAT FOR THE BEGINNER-Retr. $22.93
Practice 4:45 p. m. Youth Fellowships >ii*n<-< Bv 1/2
O..nlv Of Bradford. -
5:0: ; Training UnIons FOP.Inn | /. TIGER GUITAR OUR PRICEPlua
or "|.ono,non rvrtirimt. Of i/TALWliSl SIIIAM6k7IMwldldal .
6:15: ; Evening Worship 'rn PartlruWirlv. .. Tltll
7:30.: n wrll>i>". Or Tn
Jl. Affwt." In Any Way Th.r... lk"h
Wednesday servicesBible: liy: $199.95
Study. 7:30: p. m. Church Choir Thn' Hint" of plopiiH.. thrnnrh.. IUnCtBullington / !
practice 8:30Thursday: l th* "Pint' Atlnrnrv. f>f the 13'rhtli' ,
Judicial, ('Ir.-nlt of until. Mint, STORE SERVICE; AND QUALITY
: Sunbeams Junior .. FIRESTONE
I unit the *vr.l nromrtv nwnrf ... :MERCHANDISE\
and Intermediate OA's '''pnv.r'.. rltlinw and, nitirr
There's nothing like a savings account' : 3:30: p. m. Beginner, Primary hflvlnir. or dalmlnir'' any right.' 312 W, I.\msos STARKE, FLA.
tltl* or '"t..t. 'In'' nrnrtv. to Studio & ;
and Junior Choirs. 4.30 Shop
: m.
p ..
I h aff.'t.d, hv Ih. Imiiianr.
of cash" when want
reserve "ready you Nursery open for all services. the. County. of llradford. ,,'Io.hlll. '- '- I -.
cash in I,t th. (rrtiftratr.. of ln lMitnrnn
>If need spare a hurry Opena < -
hereinafter' < mar partlruInrly .-
savings account here now add to it dfanrlhcd. or to h* affrtflIn
WORKUNIFORMS nnv wnv l h.rhy.. are hrhvr I I
every payday and we'll help it grow .*<|.iilril. to appear hrfor lhflrniilt I
:! Court. of Bradford. (""
faster, with safety plus interest. |Iv Florida.. the Eighth: J.."n'j, I ; HOME
cial' Circuit of ..''d Stat..t' j
Court II mi.. In Rtark. .. Florid' ,
Start saving here NOW! e RECONDITIONED nn th. 20th' "... of mmhr, ;:; : ... ,
1401. at :t:30: oVIoi P. l. and :
.. e LAUNDERED how rauMi why the prayra. of '
STARCHED lh. petition fllrd In the ahoy.prncedinr \'a::
r iihoiiM.. not n* crantami 0'lfr @ fA
II @)
"!. the Crtlflrata of 'intlrlt.In *
95c To $1.95Per thrHn' darrlhtland ,
FLORIDABANK the. proceeding" heretofore

Suit hnd thereof, nnthortxln valldatml' and the ronflrmvilNAld 'Iwatiance?,I And Enjoy The Tremendous Savings On This

Crtlfloata. of Indehtedneeehelnr
All Sizes! and Colors! dated, January I, 'IPflA.hearlnc .
: t AT STARKE 1 Inl..ut.t. rate orratea
MADAM ROBERTS to he determined' upon thenle
Phone 961.9815 1 thereof. at not ureetllnirthe ,
I l"iril' rate of ,Infereet, .INlytitle Christmas Sped [
One of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group U.S. Hiwny 301 aemt-annually' airirrevatlns:

1 Mi. So., Starke Fla.k tTie, principal' amount o>f 91./AflOtMto .,
brine In the denominationof
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. H 000 each. end malurlnirerlally 'I
In annual' Inetaltment
j I 'In the, yeara IMH to 1955 hothIntluelve FROM DENMARK'S9Piece
a man lomnlete d.
"w rlptliin. of which' ealri., 1 ('..rlirIst.a -
of 'Indehtednenn. im vontalnfil rw Mj
In 'th*> petition' hereinrn ,
>NB: and Olir>'l3nfn: In '
For Your Shopping Chamh.r..1 Ht..rke. ltradfr.><
roiintv Florldo. thla. 24th day. "fNov.mh.r. t t., .I [if't.

f SEAL' ) 1 15flKO V : :
I ,:!Vol
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1 PATTHVItldve : "
Pleasure .. .>f the ('Ir.',," r..mi,,, I .,r IhKlvhth r..4 I ;
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: Jiiillrlal' ('Ire'lt "r FL"
Ida' 'In and for Hr.. dlorvl. ''''innt\ :. '> _J I ( 1.
!:2 J 11 M I IIInf

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r OTU''l i\6'4TO\
rat; .. 116IIsTBII: FlTrrlOra rtM.:
Votlre ,la herehv nlyen I thatthe
i M linderaltf. neil. underh.. pro (
WILL BE OPEN vlnlona of Chapter to!111. Law \
I of Florida' Ana '>f 1441 wll'reaUter .
with the. Clark' of th.' ___ 4
Circuit Court, 'In and for Ilrad'
ALL DAY WEDNESDAY ford County.. Florida. upon receipt : i M woe
I },2rii this notice or proof the.of flttltloua publication n.m.of I

of lack. Donut Shop under
V'DECEMBER which I am encaved In hualneiia .-

1, 8, 15, 22 } Hlnrke., at FlaIxtnnle Ml. N Temple. Av._ 1

M Khoden. Ttt I Ron
17*. tlalneavllle, Florida' aoleowner

TILL 6:00: P.M. kJ Paled.. thin' llth day of No.vemher .
A, n UU at Htarke.
I'' Bradford, County. Florida'
II/IS /t lilt

Also I In.. The I.,....;;'.:r( or H...,....
(..nty. Fl.rlda.. I. ( ........"
I'... Me. I1-l('''%
I, Olenn frewa, ,Plaintiff' va
OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS Laura Jean rr....... DefendanlOrder '
I Of Publication An. Nutl. .e

DECEMBER 3 10 17 hid I Of In Hull lh. name of the Ntate. nf Sofa Bed
Florida To l.atira Jean (......... GroupIncludes
I a Ion.. reeldence I. unknownYou ,
TILL 8:00 P.M. are. hereby notified that
: a..ault In equity has been
brought" acalnat you by nienn
Cr..... 'In the abo" ,e entllleilcUNtody : All 9 Pieces Only
Atih Court and ....... fair "Ivnrr.
of the .children and. In, Full Size Sofa Bed
jtini'llon.. and you are herelimaummoneiV'N
Christmas Parade >rdered' and. 1'1,11', 'I
..1 to file yrtvr written aniwer I Matching Lounge Chair $
or defenaea to complaint. at I
I the office. ) of the r'lerk of _lot Choice of Colors
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Attorney, Halite. V Knlvht' .
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Judc. of Bradford County
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II Farm Groups May Get Loans terprlsea past nine financed months during are dairy the Tax Assessors,I 1 Timber Producersss l\nril: "' t.KKTiriOlMH t-' ItTKYT10Y, : T411KO1aTKn

I Through FHA For Co-op Projects craft products marketing processing feeder handi-pig; Meet To Discu, Assessments of the..Noilr.."''Inri"undor.lirn.il.nr.!I...."'hH herby Art.|>' >umlor:r at:1 Klvvn,10(1.>H1 I the$ IJHW pravlNlmm thAt will- f Is This Check Made Outi J

sales yard vegetable market- .rrKlKtor with Ih. flork of th..
Farmers Home Administration 490 to six Florida groups. Ing peanut marketing and the County Tax Assessor One are "illeffally" arrived at. Circuit Cnurt. In and fur Hr.>,lforil l- i
Economic Opportunityloans "Most of this credit Is ex- sharing of several types of Long and Tax Collector J. R. Sanford Simmons, pulp- ,ft'""nty.proof"Klorliln.'of publication upon. r.rrlpt of.- ,
totaling over (3 million tended In the form of small farm in the notlr. flilltlou ...
equipment. Kelly attended a meeting wood land appraiser for thl tha .m.
/have been made this year loans to finance a variety of In Florida loans have been Gainesville recently when tax- Alachua County assessor's office of J.'k' Ito.tmirant. under To YOU?
whlrh I .mt.KOil In bu.ln.ii
to 178 rural urn ,
30. c
through Sept. cooperative enterprises all designed made to cooperatives for a Ing officials from ten Northeast explained how assessments *t I'M. cal Smith 1 :
cooperatives aervlnff some 10.- to increase Irfinnl. M. ichoilon, Rt I HOT
net feed grinding mill syrup mill Florida counties met with are made there.
In 23 IT*, Cl.ln' ..vlll., Florida, w>l.
000 low-Income come of farm and other rural tractor mechanical tree hoe. a room full of timber producers Four claws of land were setup own.rHullit. i iC
states. State Director W. T. people In the U. S.." the direc- disk their 1965 thl. lath day of No-
harrow and rotary fertilizer anxious to get he said each with an assigned -
reported this week. .mh..r A. F). DOR .t $mark. s
Shaddlck tor explaln zWw&
distributor for a group of tax bills lowered. value. ..Thereare Pine- Hrxlforil County. htorl4a.11I0 j j'I'
Included In the total was $42, Among the cooperative enL peach growers; and equipmentsuch Pierce Smith. Alachua County land I with a flat"|60 an acre 4t 11To/$ *
as a peanut picker rake assessor said the meeting assessment; Pineland II with t-4'6tf' ?* Sb* i

and baler corn combine pea- developed from an earlier a $45 an acre assessment' : '
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nut combine hay baler etc. discussion among several assessors. swamp. Including lake bottom 6 N I /

.. for three groups of corn and He pointed t out. that and other poor land. assessed be read, ,
f, 1. peanut growers.A some counties have reassessedto at tS an.lI4rean;: r N loan was made to the Ala- "Just value" and others ductive land. understood I II

chua County Peanut Picker have not. Assessments on A* ant example .of how the bb
Assn.! for the purpose of purchasing woodlands:! vary from 110 to formula was applied Simmons
a peanut picker baler $60 among the ten counties, said that for Owens-Illinois : and used. bb
for once-in-a-Gfeffine and rake. This loan was made: he said adding that they Alachua County's largest landowner .I I

gift occasions. ... to a group of six' families and should be more uniform.Ed with. 79,434 acres, the
will nerve several other families Peck. Gainesville Umber average assessment for all land ,
BIBLEKINQ of low Income In the producer, said a public rela- was 141.87 per acre. Total assessment b 3b
: Alachua community.The tions program is needed to was $3.325,173. I Opulv

.....-.-.. majority of such loans convince the public: that timberlands This Include 62,313 acrea. I
JAMES VERSION hale been made to finance are carrying their or two-thirds of the total as- I
small machinery cooperativesthat share of the tax load. afloied at $60 as plneland I: I I -

provide needed agricultural I Disagreement cam from St. 1.271 acres at $45 as Pineland s ,
equipment that members Johns County Tax Assessor III; and 33$40 acres of swamp Pilgrim
and farmers could not Harold Wayne who called and non-producUve &land ftl' $3 b
I wise obtain. othf'r-I timber producers ". favored an acre. .
i Shad dick emphasized that' class" He said that he had He said the formula used .
he fosesses great potential of reassessed property. in St. for mBasing Alachua timberland 3s
the Economic Opportunity loan Johns and based timberland was based on the sows '
programs since they are cap- assessments. on recommendation productivity and other factor : Bible A BIG CHRISTMAS IN 66

able of putting new economic bv.enl woods compaatea. The question was asked why .
!, muscle Into the rural economy.' When the Job WM fin- lAnd for which pulpwood companies S
Yrt Y r The agency's other! Economic IbId! however, St. Regis Pair paid $100 an acre or I
t I Opportunity loan program has Co. surd for lower __11II- more should not be amassed at Editedy JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB 5
7 t provided Individual loans totaling menta. Wayne declared They .100. Dr. E. Scbnjler English

10. 1.298.910 to 78fl Florida want an asneanment of $4 an Smith sah that Umber.com. I .fulls, I ,
families for developing small acre" he added. panics may pay more for land I 87 distinguished g TODAY!

'oduid;; weddings, cont flnllltIona'...octant events sail for farm and non-farm enter- Long 'ald one pulpwood, that productivity Justifies, in EvanRelcattoutributvn I
prb ea. company sought assessmentsof order to nil out a block which
important gift*. And no gift is more appropriate or more meaningful !
Economic Opportunity loan |7.SO an acre when Ills It owns, or buy out a nuliMnce I Look Ahead To A Really Big Christmas Next Year-
than a beautiful Choose from our large 1C1ectio ...Including to county reassessed The average: neighbor. I
young folks, students', personal editions brides whit Bibles. famllle cooperatives carry 418 serving per rural cent on tlmberlsnd in Bradford Another assessor pointed out JPaBSBNTt.. the complete U Take Steps Now To Get A Big Check For Bountiful II

.Priced from $3.29"fo SI2.75. Stop in and see them $000.TUDIO Interest and are scheduled! forepayment r County .is more than $" nacre that state Jaw__reijuires.JlhataAnesumenU I Authorized King James .
Gift Shopping. Join Up Today See How ,
over a period' not under' the new asMSWrnent on farms and uxt with a unique/ system I -

S exceeding 30 years.ApplicatioN standard. woodland .be baaed on the of notes, references andpedal LJttle-By-Little Adds Up To A Lot Of Christmas Joy! QCoullillIllutyW
to theBIbl.1
are helps clarify
BULLINGTON SHOPD for this another Five timberland owners value for those purposes ,
GIFT kinds of rural credit may currently suing Bradford Tax only. Potenual.developnentvalue deeper meaningsand
be made Collector Kelly seeking to prevent or speculation to enrich and nwanl
to: Farmers Home factors
104 W. Call Street Starke Fla. Administration. 412 N. E. lath him from collecting taxes cannot t be reflected In .._-'I the reader. f Stale Hank J
Are. Box 1244. Oalnesvllle. on the baste of Longs 196A as* menu. he _Id. These restric.e Arable b a variety of I j

..."-tDa.O '- ____ I! Fla. 32601. sessments.! which they tlona types are of property.A not In force. for other'' My tea and bindings.Bullington :

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gives! you special pel-mission to flavor plants. ander, anise, sage, sweet mar- I friends up north. Trouble is,
r wander from matrimonial Other herb favor damp,I joram, thyme, lavender, rosemary Farmer's when the game Is exciting! C; '
tLet's CoGardening apron strings! there are less, shady spots. As an example, and sweet fennel. Diary Sam keeps cracking '
hazards in growing herbs.A spearmint does well in a shady Next spring you may plant without; watching S
I mall plot allocated! to several spot near a drippy faucet. If I j buHll, chives, summer savory, By Ban MeGarvey doing, and last week FOR CHRISTMAS JOY
of the flavor plants will the spigot Ifcn't old enough to catnip, borage, hyssop) lemon six of his knuckles :
I', add Interest and piquant taste leak, then turn It on a wee bit. verbena, tarragon, mints and I but Alice had to lake over, as discovered his error. -
I to the ordinary round of vege A spot for growing, your own I pot marjoram. I he !not nothlnt but a mess 9 l"
tables. Herbs\ add a delightful seasoning takes almost no area Sage Is one I of the few herbs which looked more like slicesof And:! speaking of .
Ily llertpy Sharp' K:r tang to dressings! for chicken, at all. Often, you can squeeze that still belongs to modern Swiss cheese than. pie crust. favorite Is the black :f t J
Agricultural Kxtenslon: turkey and pork dishes. the plants into the "skips" between everyday life. You'll find It but man when you talk 9s
Service I Most herbs are quite easily the flower plants or handy for seasoning poultry The hunters are crowdingthe a hard thing to
the border of the flower 1 woods these days, and It Is: must ,
Raising herbs and kissing, grown from seed, provided the along dressing sausage' and other mean the black
meats. I about as hazardous for the : As a kid, Sam cracked
young maidens can be two exciting -! is well drained and not bed.Herbs
hobbles. 1 I tested for fall and Sweet marjoram was one of I hunters as It is for the hunted. : them I using a
But unless the wile-mate, too rich Sandy soil-plentiful winter plantings are dill, corl- the mast popular herbs in the Although the night-time Fishing may not be as exciting the old-fashioned )
j In Florida-Is ideal for many I colonial garden. It, rose geran- temperatures continue to be '\, but at least you seldom : when you missed, you
ium, rosemary, lemon ,verbena cool, we've had no frost yet hear of a fisherman getting I smashed finger. But '
I I and lavender are the five and the early predictions for a hooked by mistake, and while cake- chock full of FROM! WILLIAMS I i
S T U fragrant herbs used 'by early bad winter have not material you may lose that big one, you with a vanilla Icing. is
M 1" S lliSCONTINUEUPnT Americana to scent linens. ized. But any day now we can don't lose your. .life. I' WE GUARANTEE AND SERVICE
rluNSr Thyme is a great favorite expect to wake up and find Up in 'Jersey we also WHAT WE: SELL
I when preparing holiday feasts. that Jack Frost has paid a The deer that ate berriesIn butternut-an oily I

,r HATES AND i iM I The most popular species are quick visit with his cold white Bradford County last season ai shell full of sharp The Latest Styles
lemon, golden and silver thy- wash. must be having a rough time, However they were ( s
DAN RIVERFABRICS me Thyme Is a bit difficult to I what with an open season on scarce and we've met f In -
grow, but it is worth the effortwhen The berries are growing: fast them now. plus the fact that ple who have ever : 3
judged palate-wise. I II I -too fast, in fact, to please theo law allows berry growers ',e \\1J .,rt.
a'a i f I I Coriander Is easy to grow.I the growers, who would rather to pop away at them If they But our favorite now i I 'l ,, (\
!, have them slow down and raid a berry patch. I .. ...-- iJ
Like dill, this spice plant adds pecan. It's easy to !I ,J
flavor to bread, poultry dressings store up a big bunch of crowns a fine flavor (easy to : I '' .Ind Other yAt (\
Values To I curries, spiced meats and and bring fruit In the marketIng The Chilstmaseason! is and as a rule the :' .t .) iJI
79 C I pickles Coriander is used In season. If the present coming fast and we'll have to plentiful and :
]1.a9:$ Yard the same manner as caraway weather holds, we'll have another make our annual trip out to price. And this opinion ,
Yd. 1, seeds crop of Christmas* ber- New River section to get some parently shared by the Watches t'it .
Harvesting. ries, the way we did last season "sennla" or Christmas berries rels, crows, and blue Ha.'f I I
One Group Harvesting and curing are for decorations. Theplants they raid our trees ;iaAr iJ
(grew wild along the 1 iv
the most important parts of ditches us mighty poor r
LadiesDresses the flavor growing hobby. The What a flood of traffic we and the berries are a pretty Prices" That ,
main point Is to gather each had on US-301 last Saturday orange-red/ although occasionally Plant Will !Please You !:
plant at the proper stage of from the UP-FSU game I However you can find a bush Notebook 2.50
maturity and dry rapidly in all traffic officers were with yellow berries.! TELEGRAPH.
You'll Find Our Stock The Largest
the shade so that It will retain on duty and they kept the I I
flavor and color. stream of cars moving at an With pecans In season, Ram THE RIGHT POINT For This Year's Christmas Gifts!
Herbs when sufficiently dry orderly pace and: prevented a keeps busy watching/ TV foot way you write. Come I I I
are crisp Many of them are jam-up. Incidentally, that was ball games by cracking and relect your favorite E : A Complete Line Of Rings
stored In the powder form. one of the most exciting games ehdling!' them for gifts for BROOK fountain. pen. I s
the leaves from the we've ever seen. Telegraph .
Separate I I Keepsake" Wedding. King/; Sets
stalk before crushing Into a I Ii i
powder. We had a fine Thanksgiving Princes. ]Dinner) Cocktail :..% t(:1. 9S
The knack for using herbsis dinner. which featured a T 1.I:
i"hi t like kissing young maidens -! pumpkin pie made by the MADAM ROBERTS Ilirthstone.Mother's" 'f- '
I -- It's often a wellguardedsecret. champ Alice. Sam tried to
I help In rolling out the crust, : Kings Jw-- 2

Some rules to follow In developing Spiritual Reader and Cla.ss KingsALL .
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using a light hand with to draw out and extend theflavor I Will Answer. :Many (Juestion-t! / Love. :\ << IN TillI.TEST; STYLES
herbs. You want Just enoughflavor of herbs.! Business' 4. Happiness. and All Problems.AM .
Soak dried herbs in a teaspoon -
to complement your
I dish, but not crowd out the of water or lime Juice READINGS: ;; PRIVATE; & CO Flnl-: Pierced, Earrings: -,IJracelets, --Necklaces.MEN'S Ss
flavor of the food. for IS minutes before using : : :
Be subtle with blends so For casseroles! and sauces, 1 \ : : :: J KV..Yc116F'
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used.When using fresh herbs, does a lot -with herb !9) p.m.-Private Home.
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l7i. yyy n Peavy. pastor. "Come let us tona Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving dinner guestsMr. Does anyone have knowledgeof For two days of fishing, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stokes of family of Bartow and Susan Mrs. Marshall Carlton on Mre.the
worship together." E. M. Norton and family spent and Mrs. R. C. Bradley such a person? Then on 'Thursday and Saturday the; JackaonvlUe Mr. and Mrs. Kelly arrival of a daughter.
Beulah Baptist Church: from Wednesday through Sat- Jimmy Bradley and three< Thursday Dottie Sue celebrated brought home :219 pounds ol f Donald Stokes, the Rudolph Mr. and Mm.. Freeman Crosby Carlton was the former JudyMorgan

[Kingsley ke,6AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning urday as guests of Mr. and daughters all of Jacksonville,.. her birthday. Many happy fl&h- and that's some fish I Stokes family and Ruby left Friday to spend UM I daughter of Mr. and
II Worship 11 a. m. Training Mrs. Ben Holt in Colquitt. Oa. and Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Bradley returns of the day. Dottie Sue. Thanksgiving visitors of the< Stokes. weekend with Rev. and Mrs Mr R. MarJl'8JoThought
BRIDAL SHOWER Roy Cat'rolls were Mr. and Yours truly visited Mr. and Archie Carmichael of Jackson, for the day:
It and family.
Mr. E. H., Noito Union 8:30: p.m. Evening Wor Stevie Peeler of Mandarin
rbooa 632081fjCllURCU ship. 7:30: p. m. Midweek Pray spending two weeks with his Mrs. Margaret Ann Peelei Mrs. Lucretla Cumbve Sar- Airs. L J, Crawford of Providence Mrs Arthur Duvls !and family Miss : "A friend la the golden chain
eri Service. Wednesday 7:30: P. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Q. and daughter of Mandark goof, recent! bride was feted! and Mr and Mss, Ray on Sunday night also :Mr and ''Mr and Mrs. Frank Norman that link God with man
W m. Rev. R. I.. Taggart. pastor W. Brown.. spent Thanksgiving and th< with a bridal shower at the I Joiner and Mr. and Mrs. Lay Mrs. Jack Rabon and family spent a great ThanluglvIng Forged Into unselfish love
"Everyone Welcome." Mrs. Belle Allen of Starke weekend as guests of Mr. and Community Center on Saturday velle Crawford of Jacksonville: who are vUltlun/ heio from HA all of their children by the twitted: hammerings of
SCHEDULES Lake PERSONALS spent Sunday and Monday aj Mrs. O. W. Brown. night with\ Mesdames: Zu- II Mr. and Mis. Ouy Harrell Plnellas County and doing gathered horn along with I life."
) Kingsley Baptist Rev. and Mrs. B. T. guest of Mrs. David Cottle. Misses Winifred and Cheryl I lene Harrell. Louise Wood. and Rhonda and Mr. and Mrs some hunting. Mrs. Ammonia Crosby Wil
:Church: Sunday School 9:45: a. Peavy Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Cottle of Woodbine. Oa. wereguests Elma Hamiltontllllc Mun- Jimmy Leg and family went Dolt forget PTA at the 1I.lnCro..by and' Deems
and sons spent from Wednes- I
m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. and three children of Starke of Mrs. David Cottletroll t den Olenda Andrews Beverly I sightseeing and orange picking school lunchroom on Thurs- man of MayportMrs. Fr..1
Union 8:15 day night through Saturday IPOcllla. TUB RIGHT POINT fee .be
Training : p. m. .
Welch. Helen Kelly and Miss{ through Ocala( and Belle- day. Dec. 9 .
Oa. spent, Thanksgiving; with Mr \Wednesday through Sun R. M. Markham, an4select
7:30 : writs Coma In
Worship way yen
Evening p. m.
and l\frs..W. H. Agner and son Shirley Omen acting as hostesses. I view on the weekend. T1IINTC ON THI3We'd: all and Mrs. J I U. Scott I I
;)Midweek Prayer Service. Wed. Mrs. Trudy Norton and I am happy to report that day.Sorry to report that Mrs. Mrs. Olenda Andrews I. The W. E. Blghams Sr. of be succeaiful If \\e followed family spent the weekend ind| BROOK your favorite STEB-TELA-
;'nesday. 7:30: p. m. Choir Prac- Sylvia Norton of Jacksonville directed the I with the I Lakeland and Mr and Mrs. the advice we give others Fountain Feb.
Mrs. Emily Sllcox has Improv Charity Olisson of McRae to II I games Urfunlak Springs
>tlce 8:30: p. m. Rev. B. T. Mrs. Minnie Norton of Day- 'j
ed enough to return home. She patient In the Bradford County prize going to Miss! Patsy Jim Whittle Jr. of Jacksonvillewere Congratulations to Mr anti!
i spent several' days In Bradford: Hospital. She Is the motheiof Munden. Approximately 25 .I holiday guests of Mr. yvvvvvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvvvHEILBRONN
Announcing County Hospital recently and Mrs Orady Bishop and Mrs. guests enjoyed refreshmentsof and Mrs. W. E. Blsham. Jr.
then some time with her Ernest Harris. pumpkin pie nuts and coffee I. and family Enjoylivg a festive ORAPrfOLS
A NEW RELIABLE daughter. Mrs. Ida Lee Brown Mrs. Lucille Stoughton and and showered Mrs. Sarsood feast outside with these were
and family! In Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin War- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. of luck: lots I! their son and family. Mr. And .Mr*. Hill llrililtshAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAA4
USED CAR DEALERFOR ren and daughter of Jacksonville Cecil Whitehead and daugh. CHRISTMAS: MAIL and Mrs. Lloyd Wood Jr.. who
and Mrs. Victor Appleby ters. Postmaster Ned Hicks wishesto were being transferred to Spokane :- S:9
STARKE AND VICINITY of Jacksonville Beach wereSaturday Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Holloway remind you to mall early Wash with the U. S. Air Lung after tho (gaiety, laughter H aratoon : )'t 'Slistl:
and often. In order for Force.! Also enjoying Thanksgiving
:! guests of Mr. and attended the funeral of Mrs. your and the awt't't 11'0111'I ol'
Mrs. J. L. Bradley anj family Rose Holloway In Penaacola packages to reach their destin- dinner with the BII(. turkey pumpkin plo and nl CHRISTMAS. SPECIALS FOR THE
Owned Earl Crawford spent Thursday butt Monday. Mr. and Mrs atlon In time for Christmas hams was daughter Mary that make up Thanksgiving In DO-IT-YOURSELF
Good Used MAN
to Sunday with his wife Holloway spent the week in Also please use your alp codenumber Jane and familyMr. the American home have faded -
and c Cars Within and children. Mr.'Crawford is Prnsacola with Mr. Hollow-ay which 1 la 33623 for and Mrs. Clyde Green away Hcllbronn Communitybow

Every employed by the Owens-IUlnol father. Broofcer. This helps to speed and family along with the their heads' to any thank. SPECIAL SPECIAL !
Operated one's Reach Glass Co. of Lake Butler and Mrs. Gerald Crawford and your mall on to where it la go- families of other hunters enjoyed you Lord as no tragedy or

...., has been working In Orange. sons were tn Oreen Cove Ing. You may send your Christmas a picnic lunch on heartache cam our way during RI.ACK & DECKER: ELECTRIC:
By No Overhead Texas for several weeks. Springs on business Saturday. cards unsealed for 4c, Thanksgiving at the Container the holiday "oamiii.Mrs. .
j I Mr. and Mrs. P. O Conner Jimmy Smith of Staike and but these cannot be forwardedor Corporation wood. Robert nuuditmux and
Jim MCommissions Miss returned and no Mr. and Mra. Wilson Owen Power Driver Razor
attended ttie funeral of Mrs. Linda crews attended the message girls of Indian River City were
I J. U. Conner Tuesday at the ,.. 8. U. and U. of P. Oame in inskJe' Also, there are available and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Green weekend guests. of Mr and
Lawson To Pay Conner-Oreen Cemetery near Gainesville Saturday.Mr. very pretty and decorative of Jacksonville were holiday Mrs. Jimmy Simmon
St. George, 0s. and Mrs. Graham Crewsof Christmas stamps for the re- guests of their parents. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cun- $OC.95 $14.95
Misses Faye and Alice Bradley .; Starke and Mr. and Mrs.,jgular 5c price. Bo. remember and Mrs Dave Oreen. trell were dinner guests
of Jacksonville spent Ltnzy Crews of Jacksonville mall early and often' and use Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks
Mr. .
Thanksgiving of and MrsPete SPECIAL !
Thursday through Sunday as spent Thanksgiving Cay! with alp code. \lsited her mother Mrs. Lela Luke. Afternoon
guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crews PERSONAL! Mae Russ In Apopka on &'UHt"l
Mrs. J. M. Bradley.Mr. and family, Visitors at the L. L. Dyal Thanksgiving.Miss Q org. Jr. and l Mrs. II. 11
and Mrs. Edgar Cottle Larry Elder of Oalnesvllle home over the Thanksgiving Regina Harrell and George, Sr.
and children of Woodbine. Oa. spent Saturday as guest! of MrsSadie Holiday were Mr. and Mrs. W. Miss Shirley!! Green stayed 1-4 Drill Tooth Brush
S. 301 North-Phone 969-4231 were weekend guests of Mrs. Elder and family. H. Sorrells and girls of Jacksonville Wednesday night at the Mr. and Mrs. Rlory Sapp arespending
David Cottle. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Macy Mr. and Mrs. A. H.HkU Greens' Lake WI not home and several day with
if Opening Rex Brown of Miami spent and children spent Thursdayand and son of Jacksonville were Joined on Thursday by their daughter and children $ 2.75 $12-95
Special! Opening Mrs. Itavhl 1 Gee ', In Jackson
Special >! *
the weekend as guest of Mr. Friday as guests of Mr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelly Miss Patty Blgham for a leisurely -
and Mrs O W Brown. and Mrs. M. C. Duciar oi of Sarasota' The Sorrell girls Thanksgiving, villa
I 57 DeSoto '60 Ford Mr. and Mrs. t>Wltt Crews Jacksonville.Miss stayed *1th their grandparents Mrs. Ouy Hurrell!! and; Ra- Thanksgiving ,,1I,1It. In the Builders Hardware ,&
(:LEAN. ONE OWNER 6-C>'l. St. Stick. Nice anj two sons of Ralford were Sharon Bryan of Hell through Sunday. Sponging monad and Rhonda spent home of Mr. Annie KellyWere Supply
..3,000 Aft. :\lIIf'IoIo' PJ5, Economical Car Thanksgiving dinner guests of bronn Springs spent the weekend Wednradsy night with the ThanksHlvtng with relatives In Mr. and Mrs. Jury
:tnt K.: Call, St. J Phone !961.52H) !
Crawford Miller and Dyals Steve oalne ville. Show and family of Tampa,
I>>.n.. Il&HSpecial Mr, and Mrs. Gerald with Miss Judy was Kelly of Jacky ..
; $495 and sons. family. sonvllle: and Heddli Andrews Mrs. Ethel Rasa and daughter Mr. and Mr. One Kelly and

Price Mrs. WIlma Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harris of Starke. Mrs. Dyal went drove to Charleston 8. C.
daughters and Miss Charlren and children of Lake Butler visiting In Starke and Gainesville to spend the holiday with Mrs I Ina.

!58 Ford Fairlane 55 Ford Fairlane Lewis of Jacksonville spent the I were Friday evening guests of on Monday.Congratulations. ..' mother, Mrs. 11. F. Andrews
4-Dr. Sedan. weekend as guests of Mr and Mr and( Mrs. Earl'crawford. to Bobby Baughman. While there, they : .
T-8, Auto. Trans R&II Low Down Payment Mrs. Earl Crawford and fam i and family Jones on the bagging of a nlm also) vi.ltfCWylie\ Hailey and
Special Price ily. Joey Horton of Oreen Cove point buck out at the Contain family returning home Saturday -
$8.00 Per Week Than tvln gust of .. I
Mrs. Sadie Elder and family I spent! as er Corporation .on November morning

JF. YOU ARE: IN THE MARKET.; WE; HONESTLY were Thanksgiving dinner Chipper Wood 15. Enjoying Thanksgiving with I i
Rev, U. T Pry and sons Alberta
guccts of Mr and Mrs. De- Mr and Mrs. Art QuU-ksall their mother Mrs.
)RELIEVE; 1CAN; SAVE \'OUIONfY.: ; WE wayne Elder and family of the and grandson Keith Peavy and children spent Thanksglv. Btokea.. were Mr. and Mrs I' SPEIAL'AIUES

LIRE NOT- IEALiNG; IN HIGH PRICED CARS. State Farm. Otilrthorpp.visited the RoJgers Oa last family Friday In Inc fishing .at Stelnhatchee. Horace Stokes! of Gainesville,1 (:
! I I I Mrs. J. M. Bradley as Oerald Crawford visitedfriends

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horseshoe!' Lake near Cedar .Bodcochb '
Key lat Monday.and Tuesday\ ,,I FOR CHRISTMAS I
Mr. and Mrs. HarlU' Ellington OPEN UNTIL

and children of Lake Butter 9:00: P.M. Shoppers Will Find Wonderful Gifts For

i Store-Wide: __ were Thursday evening Everyone Right Here Under One Roof!
gueau of Mr, and Mrs. Earl : SPECIAL'AIOES(

ON Crawford and family ; Don't Delay Another Day Come In and Choose!
Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Macy
y + 2 and daughter. were lunclwon:
guests\ Monday of Mrs. M. C

I IXiirear Mr. and In Jarkaonvtlie M'... Charles Crews FOR CHRISTMAS SMALL APPLIANCES 1

and Mrs Earl Crawford and tl, r.
children' attended the funeralof ,
an aunt Mrs. Leah Nettles most wonderful .
last SuII lay KING SIZE
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and chlldrrn JUST RIGHT FOR CHRISTMASAnd Mrs. E VI Norton '/
vtalted Mr and Mrs. C

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SLEEPING tamed' about A3 young people I

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COTS Ing. and Just plain talking ...............
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Now Reg. ,''U; With the ending of the partyall Up) eat Stack In Htark
1\\ All Sizes .
J $1 0.00 the girls crooned the streetto .f
II. While They Dottle Siie'a hou.for more .. --,.n : 1\\ MAX F'tCTOit-' : () '
!I EuplJenl hrLotmu Now $6.25 fun and a elumber party,"Th' .' HAIR DRYERS RKVI.ON: -COTY t
Gift Last girls enjoyed h>ta of
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:CTTTTTTTTT1HAMPTON yy....'I J. Oilman, Loe Gltman and with her muther, :Mrs Maggie I foreign missions at prayer Mrs. Bear stayed for a few with UII Sunday. Welcome back

Mrs. Betty Watson of South Blrt, with the Albert Blrt family meeting Wednesday evening. days and returned home on anytime
FLORiDA Hill Va., and Willie Oilman Visiting here from St. Monday. Some of :the ladies of the
..j of Richmond, Va. On Tues Petersburg, and with Mr. and rvrrvvvvv.v'VvvnvvvvvGRAHAM Mrs. Zelda Rhoden and John church prepared dinner for the WALT HULICK CHEVROLET
day they all drove to Ocala to Airs. E. L. Blrt of Hampton. Cobb of Gainesville were vIs- working* men Saturday at ,
THEATRE By Mrs. I). E. Hill visit Silver Springs and Six- While here, they all visited. iting in the Taylor community noon. I INC.USED.
I Phone 4681169I Gun, Territory.Mr. with George Blrt In the VA on Sunday.Mr. The church has started I

.I aaaaaaaauaaua.............. and ((Mrs. J. M. Baker hospital in Lake City. Mm. Catherine and Mrs. Basil Davis plana for the Christmas Pro
Showtime--Weekdays 7 and children of Orlando were ''Mrs Inez Alford of Jacksonville llyitlI'lmiie and children were Thanksgiving gram. Everyone come take II

Sunday 3:00. Saturday 1 I PERSONALS here for Thanksgiving with was a Thanksgiving 485.2561rvvv.vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv! supper guests of Mr. and part and help put on a good I 1A CAR
Mr. and Mrs C. W. Slade her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. visitor at the home of her son Mrs. Wiley LangforU in Gain Christmas play for the church. ,
Wed.. Thurs., Nov. 21. 25 entertained their families for H. Parker. Also with the and daughter-in-law, Mr.\ and esville. t EILSONALS

SERGEANT DEADHEAD Thanksgiving: dinner at their Parkers for Thanksgiving: dIn- Mrs. Johnny DavIs and child Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dyal Air. and Mrs. George Grllfls !
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones
home In Starke. Present were ner were Mr. and Mrs.: Milton ren. of Miami Visited Mr. and !Mrs.' of Long Branch visited in @
FRIDAY SATURDAYDecember :Air and Mrs.\ Lester Slado, Mlsner and children of Gaines THIS COMING; : UKEK: were Thanksgiving supper H. E. Starling. over the week- Tampa over the Thanksgiving
3,4 Mr and '''Mrs. P. H Lott, Jo- ville. 'Mr. Baker left Friday for Remember to eva what you guests of Mr and Mrs Wiley end, and Joining them for Sat nolidays.

Double Feature ProgramPlus anne Slade, Mrs Bertlce Slade Oklahoma, 'where he will bo can buy at the rummage sale Langford in Gainesville. VIsIt- urday night dinner were Mr. !Mrs. Polly Crlffls and Irene I i
ing Mr. and Mrs. Jones
Donnie and Jan Lott. working until Christmas. this Saturday Dec. 4, begin- and Mm. Frank Thomas of Padgett were Thanksgiving
Visitors last week, throughthe Lisa and (Marlene Smith, ning at 9 am. at Hamptoncity Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. N. T. dinner guests of Mr. Pad-
Thanksgiving holiday, at daughters of Mr. and Mrs. F hoJl. Bring your own Leslie Jones of Hampton, and Thomas of Gainesville, Mr and gett's eon and daugnt<<-In-
1' the home of Air. and Mrs. K. Q. Smith' spent last weekend "white elephants" someone their son Steve Varnum who Mrs. B. T, Thomas and Mr. law, Mr. and Mrs George Giiffls. 0 <0ESPECIALLY
MiTlDICrrClN 1,11 B. Watterson, were 'Mrs. A.J at Alachua with the W. P. else might' like to buy them I was on furlough from the Ar- and Mrs, M. E. Starling of After dinner they all wait

_. McElroy family Home Demonstration women my.Visiting Graham.Mr. ed Wssf.erry.', GrUns: in Orange
Mr. and Mrs. John
_, ::J I Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayes are sponsoring it. and Mrs II. E. Starlingand Park.
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McKInney on Thanksgivingwere
\ a 1- and sons were Thanksgiving Tuesday evening next weekds Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas Mrs. Fred Lang, Hershel
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McKinney
301 visitors in Lakeland with her Hampton Elementary PTA I visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry John and Irene Padgett were
and son of Ona, Mr.
S nJiframe" parents, Mr and Mrs. Bailey. meeting, Dec. 7, at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. :M. L.. McKinney of' Sowells near Lacrosse Sunday in Starke on business Saturday TO FIT ff
Visiting here Sunday wIth at the school cafetorlum. Par-' afternoon.Mr. afternoon.
Wauchula, Mrs. Cassle Gravesof "A
DRIVEINOpen 'Mrs. Ethel TIdwell were Miss ents, be sure to attend! and Mrs Willie Tyre of hon attending the cone I
Lutz, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Betty Durllng, Mrs. Ethel Tuesday evening Dec.t, Is Lake City visited Mr. and grinding at Rev. and Mrs T C I//U' YOUR
Fowler of Orlando, J. D. McKinney -
7:00: Kemper and babies, of Jacksonville also the regular monthly meet- and Mr. and Mrs. V. :Mrs. M. E. Starling on Sun- John Wilkinson' Tuesdaywere -

Show Time 7:15: Ing of Hampton city councilat L. of Gainesville day.Miss : Mr. and Mrs. Arthu. '
Dinner guests at the K. B. McKinney Diane in Wilkinson, Mrs. liuirL Our Two Courteous Sales Representatives Invite
8 the Starling was Joy
JiI'("'=! O!e II!a J ADMISSIONAdults : p.m. at city hall. and Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- *
75c Students 60c Watlersona on Saturday last Wednesday morning Dec. 8, Kinney and daughter of Miami over the Thanksgiving and son of Jacksonville, Mr. You To Come In or They Will Come See You.
week were Mr. and Mrs. Sam 9:30 holidays visiting her parents, and Mrs. Eugene Eunice end
at : a.m. at the city hall Harold
Children Under 12 Free Starke. Later Mr. and Mrs. Yarborough
Dover, and Mrs. Myrtle Wat- Is the monthly meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Star- Lamar, Mr. and Mrs. Kiclia.d
'TN t MAN WITH A GUN IS leraon of North Carolina, and Hampton\ Home Demonstration I McKinney visited Mr. and Mrs., ling. I Moal, y, Terry and Sharon or Raymond Futch
Friday, Saturday Sunday Elijah Youngblood in Waldo.
'. Mr. and Mra. M. L. Watt raon. Group. I VIsiting ,Mr. and Ms. H. M. Highland, Mr. and Mrs. OeorgeGrlfr.
: j|" Dec. ::1{, t. 5II .. Here with the Walter- Monday and Friday morn- Mrs. Mattie Davis visited a I Wnsdin" over the Thanksgivingholid1YS and children, Mr and STOCK NO. 859A-
few last week with her
|| Triple) Feature Program lions on Tuesday were Mr. aod Ings next week, Dec. 6 and 10, daughter, Mrs. Irene Bushloperin were Mr. and Mrs. T. Mrs. Randolph Crosby of Long '63 CHEV. 4-DOOR IMPALARadio
IRGGARl:1\.t Mrs. Frank Hardln of Jackson and \Vednell \ : VlNCENTpRrCE11 ville. r' prayei' meeting Hampton Jacksonville and with Mr. Wasdln and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Leuller Lang, Jack Wilkinson Heater Air Cond.. Power Steering,
Mr and ''Mrs. Don Hill and Baptist Church women will and Mrs. Ralph Davis and Forest Reynolds of Jackson- also Bryant Carter ot Power Brake & Other Extras. Extra Clean

,4 The rnstMan daughters weer overnight vls- present programs at the sons in St. Augustine on ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Doctors Inlet. Seems that )oIl'. -Perfect Mechanical.\ .
ThankHivlng Visiting Mrs.
Uors in Tallahassee Friday church, observing the foreign WaiMlin and Tom Wasdln! of and Mrs. Wilkinson had a day
SUN.. :WON.. TUES. wIth Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mar- missions, sponsored by the W- Davis on Saturday were Mrs Waldo. if all helped. .- $299
Helen Brand Mrs. Cleo Stovelall
Earth -
low and (Mr. and Mrs
Lor family. MU will be emphasized: dur- Mrs. H. D. Barnes has re.turne.d Norma Jean Eunice and son .
Dec. 5 6 7
Hill Jacksonville visitors and daughter, and Mrs. ,
. were ing the week's observance.! after a few weeks visit of Highland visited Mr and
TiJT'D RATHER SWITCH; TUMinGTT! I Tuesday overnight. YWAs will present a skit on Sarah Bear of Jacksonville I II in Pennsylvania. I I Mrs. Louie Cat tsr Wednesday I
-- -"-- And I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dennl- I 'Mrs. Jean Lefevers has re- afternoon STOCK NO. P-228 MARKED WAY DOWN
| son and Mlsaes Debbie and turned home from Indianapolis I .Mrs. Louie Carter and Nancy '62 FORD GALAXIE 2DOORV8
i I Kay Carter. spent several days where she was called to be and Mrs. Heanie Adams of
over Thanksgiving at their Florida Theatre I near her mother who is still Doctors Inlet, BernIce Moaleyof Automatic, Radio, Heater. Excellent:

place in the Ocala National In critical condition. Since Highland visited' )o1r.. Ruin Mechanical.

Forest. : Mr*. Lefevers returned she Plntz and family In Orange
FRafdKDEDOI"t IAw AOaps Mrs. Ranee Jones and daugh- has received word that her Paik Thursday aiternoon. ::1.- $199 Down49.67Mothly!
t AOAINSON I InalNeal. ters spent 'the Thanksgiving cousin has lost four of his Ruby Moaley and daughter,
,: weekend at Rlvervlew with the 1 JPifYilJfrii1aAirye daughters, age 16, IS, 6 and 8 vldited the Lo'.ie Cat let lam--.
Joe Jones family, JJ: : months when their home was ily :Monday afternoon.Mrs. STOCK NO. 5SOA-
9N a Rev. and Mrs. Paul L. Ealei
v by tire Bermro
destroyed! Coo.'ey! and '
KCIoerl Plus I and family spent the Thanks- Thifgreatest jiify tale ever told Visiting Mr' and Mrs Tom children moved to Green Cove 63 CORVAIR MONZA

giving holidays with her par- Lefevers on Thanksgiving were ijpilngs:: lost week. Radio Heater 4 Sp. Trans. Extra Clean-
.rwtaounrantasrNrw ents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Comes to life Mrs. Hattie Lcfevers, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs." 1. T. Padgett Low Mileage. 21 mos at
Page in Doctor's Inlet And it Margie Tlsan and children of of
WAYAE MAR'if1I was never Marietta visited "Mrs.' foUgett's -
I I Maria Jean, Eaton, Marlssn N Fairbanks and John Lefevers daughter, Mrs. Lillian .12
.t'.t'A beauffulIIInalga.incr
and Marty Mosher spent last : e more a.$199 $57!
(',s' .i rl : ; of Jacksonville. uUh recently
I weekend with 'Mr. and Mrs F. '' Monthly
wise' ) >Mr[ and Mrs. Hiram Padgett,
-0r G. Smith and in Waldo with ,.tshen4iivcn b f $ 1 ., ,..................... and family visited their son

l I Milton Mosher. .I'v e'fl and daughter-in-law, Mr, and STOCK NO. 7I2A-
Mrs. Mildred Beaivers and Mrs. Rudolph Padgett and '62 CORVAIR MONZA
If Ijcotaa'PABAYI/WM' aiWSasrawea I daughter, Frances, of Norfolk,
Va., spent Thanksgiving here Sunday afternoon. Radio, Heater, Automatic-21 :MOM.\ at
l $ Mr. and Mrs. Horace White-
w t I Ily Mri. Howard PadelaPholle
head and family of MaxvlUe '
111111 ii11 289-4133 and .Mr.: and Mrs. Arvll Crews !.- $199 Down47.18

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Prsinlig rIn Waaaaaaaa.aa...laaaa.lOur and Aim.: Hardy Padgett Hun-
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CtVVIhjJt; "WOlonou > day afternoon
GHILDR N .5O new church building is STOCK NO. 6-1311-
I \ V I i coming/ along nicely. We have ,: 11I<11'. and Mis. [Hiram Padgett '60 FORD FAIRLANE I I141

,A1 MATINEES ONLYI SATURDAY and SUNDAY! I painted the outside and bathrooms and family were Thanksgiving/ t
Completing the Inside : dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. \ Spefutomatlc Radio Heater,

SATURDAY 1030; AND 12:00: plastering and new pews IsI AJten Mosley of Middleburg. Extra: Clean-Excellent: Mechanical i ii
I Rev W. I). Junes of Green
all that Is n8<'(IOO. We are
SUNDAY AT 1:30: hoping to be In by Chrlntmas I Cove Springs visited Mr and $199 $30.23 !

rk J r TICKETS 50c I We were glad to have u :I Mrs. Hardy Padgett Sunday : Down :Monthly'
former pastor Rev. %V. II. after church.
I Jones of Green Cove Springs Lloyd Wilkinson of Panama !
I ___,___ .__.__ __ ._-_._- ,-- City, was home for the '
Thanksgiving holl 1ays. 62 CHEV. 2-DR. BISCAYNEMarked
= WHERE r :Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pad. I
Way Do"n.
If like going p I gett and sons were visiting in

ELSE SUCH "first you class", you'li like this w 6"" ( .t ; I Maxvllle and[ family. and Sunday of Airs.Tampa afternoon.Mr Gene visited Lang. a.- $199 Down!$3R-is Monthly I

--- .,- .. c ,. SMITH-CORONA0 Traveler. Mr[ and Mrs Richard Lang i
PERMANENT over the weekend. STOCK NO. 30.63 .\-
Rev. and Airs. Harvey Laneof CHEV. BISCAYNENew
murg were grindingcane
BEAUTY? at Mr. and :Mrs. John Engine: -Powerglide Radio -Heat*

Wilkinson's Thursday and Friday er.

-/ .r4" Mr and Mr. William Par.I .. $
'I run and family visited Mr. a.. 1991)tw$52MonthlySTOCK j
Quality, ]low-maintenance features make the "Forever Home rarr1 h'. paerats. Mr. andIrs
your best housing value: brick exterior; 240/*: windproof roofing ) Winton' Parrtsh" of Avon ,
( shingles; aluminum flashing! and ftake-proof drip edge; Park over the Thanksgiving Nl>. 8I5A: -

rot-proof, rust-resistant steel overhang; and a steel structural holiday '63 CHEV. / .TON PICK-UP J

system that ends termite worry forever. 'Mrs.: [ Bobby Padgett and
Radio, Heater' -Excellent' Condition.
children of Jacksonville visited
w lYaw=5 her grandmother Mrs. Irene
'M 'a $199 $53.70
frr@mrnwrn Padgett, Thursday and Friday $
of last week.Thanks&1vinar, 1.iL"I. >o Monthly:
1IOME 0) dinner guests ,

of :Mr and Mrs Henry Mosley STOCK NO. fill

2 Bedroom-1 Bath with Carport $8,500 were, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence '63 CHEV. 3-4-TON PICK-UP
Mosley and family Mr and
Mrs. Charles Moaley, aU of Radio-t Speed Trani -Extra Nice--Ex. Ii

AND!) (GAS: 1IKAT '" Jacksonville and Air. and Mrs. cellent( Mechanical.

Farley and family

3 Bedroom1Bath! with Garage $14,950 ,,: Mrs children)[rs.Hazel Hildrtftl visited Buxley Carter her in Doctors sister and a.$199 Dow $$5C.OO Monthly

Inlet Sunday.
INCLl'DINC' AIR COND. AND RANCH + :\11'. and Mrs. Leroy Padgett STOCK NO. j0--, ;

LA. 5 5 ICe I 12by 1 i. visited and children Mrs. Lillian of Mkhlleburg Futch and '65 RAMBLER CLASIC 660
V-S Automatic Radio Heater' WhiteWall

3 Bedroom--2 Baths with Garage $16,950 SMITH-CORONA i daughter SCHOOL Sunday NEWS afternoon. Tires Etc. Low :.Mileage. Extra Sharp.

I Th children had a two day
INCLUDING(f AIR COM f).. RANCH AND DISHWASHER This broadshouldered portable outperforms everything In Its E. ........... ; vacation Thanksgiving. $299 1)own52-

2112 SCJUARK( FEET class. It's handsome, versatile, easygoing and built for ;Na.#,.J,z They celebrated Thanksgiving MonthlyThe
J extra duty at home and off ice. : Wednesday with a dinner Special
.. ..,,,, r.,-.r.r '''' ... i .1 guests were Air, and Mrs.Moorhouse .
... Abme Payment' Include Finance Charge" and
._ '._ -,1 -- > )- and Mrs. Dtbbto
4 Bedroom--2 Baths with Garage $17,350 I J" from Penney Farms Life Innurancc Hut Doe -Not Include Physical

13 CHANGEABLE TYPE ''1. 40 optional special accents The Orange Park football Damage Insurance on the Car.

INCLUHNC) : All CON., RANCE.. DISHWASHER \ : and characters that simply snap on; gives you a custom team played Green Cove

2112 SiJUARE .. .. TAll keyboard in an instant. Five inexpensive sets. Springs Wednesday night and
wee Some of the players include No Cash/ Required I
r" JEWELED MAIN BEARING for long-lasting, fa&i Clay Hill boys. We're

Models Brick Exterior on Galvanized Steel Struct- L i tory-new precision and performance. e. +Gaw+.......... proud of our boys.PUstlo WHERE:DOWN TRADE-IN PAYMENT.WILL COVER:

ural System Name Brand Materials Throughout.For KING SIZE CARRIAGE two inches longer than most, for extra big

typing jobs, like reports, charts and ledger sheets. JMM MWI.- >( Notebook; $2 Se at the

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Ing several days In Daytona| spent moat of last week with front and repainting; the In-

'Oi4TbR c ii ADSCoF viaitli\jf her son-in-law and their son and dnuirhter-ln-law! terior.
V77) Mr. and Mrs.
Bobby Crosby in
daughter Mr. and Mra BlauJMatthews. Mrs. Reuben Lewis of Crescent -
{)('lah1.. They also visited Mr.
Oa. spent Wednesday
{. Education -- How? Mr. and: Mrs. O. L. Sapp <*ntri. and Mrs Hardee. night with her parent! ,' Mr.

...iiiw. .. ....tvii M uiiinuo um- We are very happy to report I and Mrs. W.C. Ward. Weekend
j 19 Com m unities are forever searching most of them have participated directly 5 ner Bun day for her sister :Mrs. that Keitle Brou.iseau was released guests: of the Wards were their

for new ideas and ways to encourage in this. To them it represents L. 8. Tanner of La*.ley. from the hospital and daughter, Mr*. Ethel De-
fyoung: Mr and Mrs John B_< U sending several weeks Kith Roache and daughter Josephine -
: people to higher ideals and b titer "culture": it's one of the main "cultural" : TI nny Mr. and. Mrs L A. I
S"pp and chlluien:' of Daytona Crosby. of Brunswick da.
education. This is of the
] one maJor events of the
year. spent the Thanksgiving) holidays -I Noithslde Baptist Church Is Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby
of adults \Ve
today. q
concerns How many of us plan to follow our I r.COS .U R 4 with. his patents Mr. and getting a new look, The men I and Mrs J, t* Johns ware! visiting -
for money to provide recreation centers Tornadoes to Auburndale] to support Mrs Call Sapp.Itaynwnd i me bulking\ : an addition::\ on tlu in Gainesville Friday'.
i XI t
i and have field workers
encourage 1' Heal .
them in the state football playoffs? it aA enjoyed s;> -I
{ youngpeople to stay in school.] This "success" to t cyst days fishing at Cedar Key :
] Civil service television represents our young last weok.
encourage -
\ more education, more culture, people, the height of "success"! It'sa Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ovnl nn.. GLASS Tnat' Our Business"If

more wellroundedness.)] We give our tremendous accomplishment: to them 4 C Mrs. J. M. Dyal spent thoThankiRivlrtK
and for them. Let's let them knowwe !
holidays IU
1 money to those project. and vow that It's bass We Have It"
realize their excellence and appreciate guests of Mr. and Mrs Arthur
\ our chief concern is for the welfare! their efforts. 5j Ilewett aaJ Mr and .V.s Walter CALL! WHITE or VISIT

people. i MIddleton In fVnt Myers. FOIt ANY CLASS NEED:
3UT-are What people need more
willing to give young
we a couple Mr. and Mrs Lavoiv Crosby
"i.<)' hours of our own time to support than money or contributions is SOME 1 and children of DI"Ul'Iswkk. On We Design Modern Store Fronts

J'worth-while' things the young people OF OURSELVES. Let's stop saying. spent the weekend with his JU.oltIan: !\ Us A Pattern ForSHEA'S.bGLAss

I j: accomplish themselves? Will) we go to "See what we've done for you I You r parents, Mr and :Mrs L, A.

| the Junior-. nior play on Thursday or should appreciate it!r" and start saying Will It Stand? I Croaby.

1'Saturday and see their efforts and say, "What a fine job you've done! 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dud Alvarea CO.
*.',:Wen, donet A fine job!I"? This is YOU certainly deserve a round of applause and Buldy and Joan. Dyal all n y
,................... enjoyed Thanksgiving! 1
i what young people] really need, a little for YOUR successful accomp- I .YTY.I glnbotham and grandrhiMrvn. Park. I dinner at the Day (NOT INC.)

1 ot our time and personal attention. lishments! You're a fine group of Patty David and Wayne EI Kllh. Mr. and Mrs. Lawhon of hunting camp in 1313 N.W. .
I Union County Ith PI. Gainesville Fla. Than) FR24353THE
i AlI the boys and girls in the Junior young people!r" I MAXVILLE>> and Mr. and Mrs E. D. I Oeorgla are visiting(; their son II C. C. Crosby''!
Bradford School in Hlsslnbotham and eons were and dauahter-fu-lsw. Rev anl: _ant
High ,
and Senior Clashes are interested Intje Support I -- -
Thanksgiving; supper guests of Mrs lawhon and famIly.
( success of the play production and the play and the football game! D, Mr A. C. Blade I
Mr and Mrs. James Watersand << Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and
rhone SS9-44M family of Lawtcy. daughter spent Thanksgiving

Bradford Will Also Benefit Diane Schmell. daughter of holidays at Cedar: Key and ESTABLISHED 1B7BK.
evvv.ywvvv.v.v.vv..nDiamond ,
Mr. and Mr*. Lyle SchmeU of Lady Lake with their brother stw

D New Jacksonville pent the weekendIn and sister-tn-law, Mr. and Mvs S. a/ala L, MATTHEW KDITOI AND. PURLI NaaI
flam Disney-Rogers Attractions I Practice ride at the DiamondD l Lawtey 'll'1tJMr.. and Mrs. Thurman Jones anj family. O

Ranch have been changed James Water and family. Mr. and Mrs\ O. I.. Sapp and 1 ""01110"'a OLOCT WKKI.V NtwaeAPtft Pue/ueMgo CON-

.:rhe announcement by western moviej'.r original Disneyland in California. Hard from Saturday night to Sunday:! Mr*. Lyle Schmell and Rudolph 8AP| and childrenwere TIMUOUW.V UNDI T..I SAM MAITHCAO

; Roy Rogers that he will follow do and Kissimmee for a hundred million afternoon at 2 p. m.The Range iauiriiters Jacksonville:: ] spent visiting Mr and Mrs. II

the lead of Walt Disney in establishing dollar attraction, surpassing the Rider Club of the Diamond D.I. Sunday with Mr. and Mra.. C. Bennett and Mr and Mrs.Buck ttU."I."lo EACH. TMUMOAV AND ENTBHIO A. StcONO CLAs. MATTI AT TM*

a huge amusement attraction in on the heels] of this announcement, Ranch are sponsoring; PriseDay Buford Hlaglnbotham and attended Lauramore In Jacksonville PoeT Offtcm. AT STAUK FLA. UNOIN "Aar" Or MANCM *. i7..
Sunday Dec at 2 ,I church services at Friday
Central Florida rs radiating a bit of came a statement from Roy Rogers II 1 ,Invited to attendant p. m.Everyone I|I Maxvllle Baptist Churrlv Mrs. Sarah Alvare U IN THE TRADIO ARRA ONB TEAR $3.80 . six MONTHfl |100

sunshine to all areas of the state. that he, too would create a fabulousnew participate In the evenUAdmlsMon I Saturday afternoon visitors "pend1966 'I'NtIDP1, TRAIHI1 ARIA ONl'I' YIC.AR Uno .nr sOsi-i-es. ...--_

'' iThe: multi-million] dollar attractions attraction of a different kind, in la free. A Conte of !loft anti Mri.\ Buford IIIif'

''' nned by these two leaders in the the general area of the Disney pro- Ion stand will be open for refteshments glnbotham were Mr. and Mr*.

tertainment field will have stimu- ject. I Melvin Ow.na and daughter Buick. The tuned

ting effects on all Florida-not Just t tJ Bradford County is already] well Church New. of' Sanford and Mr Resale car.
Adams of Doctor Inlet.
t !e areas in which they are situated. known for its modern motels and restaurants Bapu u .el vices for Mt. Zion I'I
J BapUat Church were held Sun- ,, Patty Parrlah of Jal' ul.:>n l1eUnlYt'nlLy :
adford County located on U.S. 301 and the thousands of additional aay afternoon at the Morris I was home for the At 1966 Buick dealers

a I main artery of tourist travel, wiUeitme tourists brought to Florida bv Bell residence on Normandy weekend with her parents Mr. your

in for !its share of the benefits these new attractions will undoubtedly Blvd. A very nice congregation and Mr D. J. Parrlsh ani L ,

i from Increased tourist trade and plans mean a great" increase in the number was reported attending sunday family

liould even now be made for capital-] of tourist dollars spent in our vi- services. Saturday will be Mr. and Mrs. M C. Browning rtJ today.V1i

!icing on this! bonanza to the fullest ex.tint cinity. The Disney-Roirers attractionswill another working day on the of Jacksonville were'
stimulate business the year 'round church addition. Rev Clarence Thanksgiving dinner guests of
Knight pastor of the church Mr and Mr*. Buddy< Brownliu
A new tourist mecca in Central pulling Just as much--or perhaps even

Florida will mean a boom for that more in the summer, than In the win- Invt'eYt.'rJOne. to attend Thanksgiving dinner ruestsof
church services.The Mra. P. B Coleman and IOn
area but it will also help every other ter. ChrUtmae Party for the were Mr. and Mr. Ray Pellum

Community in Florida according to We should start now preparing for MaxtLie Baptist Church ha and children! and Mr and Mrs.

Jlarold (.oIH. executive vice presidentOf this Influx by utlfylng and mod- been aet for Wednesday night. B F Coleman and o laugttter of ,

the Florida State Chamber of Com- ernl lp
Ynerce.Officials. rwmibl' *. Disney and Rovers will attend: the annual Christmas James Coleman and family,

i of Walt Disney Enterprise brine Vm to Florida-our Job will be Party and Mr. and Mr*. Vince Taylor

of California announced the purchasef to stop Vm in Bradford County-at I New Mr.Arrival and Mrs John Dar,l, I and Tommy. family.' Michael- and Ronnie .. -

__ nearly 30.000 acres between, OrLin- least overnight. of Oakford. Perm announce Peplum of Jacluonvtll

the birth of their first child, a spent the weekend here> with
The Crime May Be 'Small/ boy John Flynn. burn Sunday, their grandmother, Mr*. P. B

Nov 14 at Oakford. The Dares Coleman while their parent

[But The Effect Is Long-Lasting sere former Maxvllle t.a1St.'nl..tand : Mr. and Mrs Ray Prllum were'

occupied the D. B. OrtfU. In Clearwater to attend a con. \ .t maker *s>fiP car U M,Untf. pcrfornuitu'- l> and IIAnd......,. Only *Wn lfce yreU >

Many Bradford County youth who nation. On the application blank you houae.Herwnab. | agent ventlon. for the Sarah' Jewelry'| .. IttOCtl fvgellivr) glee mr n .......11... like. lisle. IIMIIt Skylarkran Spoil pictured above.IVus .

thoughtlessly commit crime which will find this question: Have you ever Mr and Mr*. Edwin Knight ldsi'g you really rattier. Ita,'n a Ilufck
j LoUt Wednesday night -
don't seem very serious at the moment, been convicted. of a felony? and family of Baldwin ware supper
guest of Mr. and Mrs
and who don't even go to Jail for their "Your truthful answer will bar you Thanksgiving dinner guests of '
Avory Blade ar l family was authorized Buick dealer' Vooubf
u.Seih his!
|acts nevertheless! get themselves into from appointment. An untruthful answer Rev ant Mn. Clarence Rev; W. O. MathU of Jackaunvllle. : .i-ChKaid( used cu r;too.- I

i' a long-laatlnf meMoI" will be detected because: appointments I Knlvht. Supper tune of Ute GlREEN BUICK I CO. 132.134 N. Court

i Several youths, for Instance are plan are made only after Inve-! tlga- |1 Knlhu.to Mr. and Mi*. 'I Awry Blade was Sunday. Street, Starke, Fla.
tion. The record Is here to be found Owen Knight and children.
-d on probation for breakingand entering dinner guest of hU .*.renta.Mr .
or other forms of theft at near- by anyone interested" I i. Mr.daughter and Mr*.of'Dili Jacksonville Oldd.naand ) i j ji and Mr*. W. M. Blade of 4 r -=..i..r.L1, --- : ..: : 'f-: .:t TIi.L':;

fly every term of court. Pilfering of The judge went on to explain to 1 were Sunday afternoon. j Hampton and visited other H''IlC.
school property and other public build- the youths that they had lost their'' of Mr and Mn D. D. ()riffis.i f fMn. relative

I(lop I" a frequent offense, and sometimes eventual right to vote unless 'restoredto Jams Coleman and| Mrs Albert Smith and AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
< .
daughter Thankaglvinii
the offenders are cauirht. They your civil rights, and he might three children received emergency spent
with'' Mr and Mr. James
have added that they had also lost treatment and were t.leased .> J
could be sent to Ralford. but more Peterson In Jacksonville! -..- .- >,, ....,,___. .
I Vlneenfg Jloti /C: !Fr ;;ewr '"'J. """ =r -fO! .A.
f Often theY are given "another chance"land any future right to practice law or I| from St. m c- -,.. .
[ i vital In Jc* onvllle miayaf David Jones of NAB Jack- ; :
several other professions. .
placed on probation. pursue i aonvllle spent the Th.nkall1'- All'fOHtLFHdMFitl'ICEC11AIN: ; : HAWK
n for Injuries received\ ? Moloreyel.a-Atoeter.
Atr oRALF1&HERyrc
convicted felon will also have trouble :
M Under Florida Jaw some first offenders In an auto accident> on Chaf i I Inc holidays here with Mr and I''. -.- -
bigger break. At gaining entrance to some colleges, and Mrs: Joseph Lucas and family A. & J. Saw
[ ran get an even fee Road Just' off Normandy I I Motors Inc. I Replicars, Inc. Streit's Bicycle Shop
almost certainly will never be givena Funeral services for Mrs I Barkley ,
I the divretlon of a Jude, a defendant Blvd. Mra. Coleman and chll- : & Mower Co. ItONDA MOTOKCTCr.riMbaMn
, l even though he pleads guilty can job in which he would be called uponto dren .were returning to their :Zola Conner 71. wen h.,. Imported Car Hp".cUII.t, .
TRIUMPH Jn. A ns&oon
Mrs An>t r MgT.
handle money. home when the accident occur- Tuesday of this week I >n.
back clean record.
work himself to
a While the road back U easier for red. |I''Corner, a former resident. and FIAT I MCR'NDCS: : .MKNZAIJ'AlintfKO: Homellle Chain' Saws DueallBSAtgwMppMotureyle.1iaea
fArwrdinv to Florida law a man I III 5UNItEANS "
\. ( Mr and Mm Don Jenkins i j wife or. former Masvlllei IIUJ.M4M a : AI.K.1: A BKItVICKpiilr : ai B-r l the who
. the> probationer than for man
guilty only when the trial judge \uL\'n
says and daughter moved over the i 'badness" man Our deepen At" Parts All Mak.. BtCTCtJEMvharnltfi
Ian even If he pleads guilty or If a goes to prison, both share the unshakable weekend from Jacksonville to j I 'sympathy U extended to" the We apeeYV."" I. I Male .Part H..i.- .Ur..t/,. Trmt.lor "HalM' 1 '", A 8f Week

ljury convicts him. label that will always follow the Ilollia Jef fert house here 1 late. Mr*. Conner SAtxn k Rr.Jt VICE lib II p:. flerond Ht. CMln..vUli A. Mervlr' III w. r>O*.ral4f. Ayes

In a limited number of probation them: Convicted Felon. That label automatically -, Elaine Motley: of Doctor In-1 i|' John Waters. entered 8tVlnc""t. ra __, Traln.4 Mecbaalr TL 171-IISI Jon N R Phnn:. Hlv.l 1112.331111 n..n..vlJl.. 0.'__'. 11.1

fca-oen. judges deliberately withhold closest many doom no matter .let visited Sunday with Mr '. Hospital In Jtckaunvllle : IM CI.rAN L'xr.D CARS Just Off Wahlnrosri'KTK Road

"adjudication of jruilt This legal technicality how deserving an existence the> ItoUla Jeffer*. I] Wednesday of this week Seal N. MAIN PAINT & CLAHdLiddell

l I.< used most often when the man who knock on the door has lived Mr and Mr*. Melvin Ow.n 1 1 1I for surgery Thur.day oalwe111. 111.4171, AUTOSAI.VAOK'aul'a ; : ) : : r'tonucTH'

since he acquired it. I!: and daughter of Sanford and \i t -..- Paint &
court wishes, to live a youthful offender 'yg.v.v.vvv.v..v.IBayless .
[ .
It hw been pointed out that there, Mr Jlemle Adam of Dmrtor JKKP.
o [ who iieenvi to deserve It, an Inlet flatted Sunday with Mr r-a&J7 of 4 Wheel Drive INfllflT. THAT AIL YOUR Glass Co.KTANIZE .
Is no such thing ag a Nnon..riouacrime" <'ON('HKTK PR4>l> [added incentive to ret back on the and Mr*. Henry Carter Auto Salvage rA1NTR
for would-be lawbreaker. But'In Hiway R 11A31IIt.iitAm.Tlaati '
right track. The difference between a Mr. and Mr*. Randolph ARE TICK. : BKHT nw/M GUM HIr..... BUdln "......
routine proliation. and probation with. Florida courts, there I I. one more Crosby' vested last Wednesday' ''I I I Pln.a1 i nrorumy C*' W. Buy' Wrerked Cane AtTOP Edwards Building Tub 1--: ....-
distinction between defendants deemed in Htarke with Mr'IrS Mr. 8, Mr. O. K. CrabyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaLAaaaaal ...... .... servla .
adjudication of guilt Is a big one. I I i'ILICi I K: H n.Wla4_. Awning
worthy of that "second chance" R, B Crosby and Mr and Mrs Motor Co. Supply, Inc. Carpet Waapaaer| Ibe..
:1:$ This Is the way a judge' in another If a flr"t offender Is lucky enough to, Kenneth Williams\ ,I'i| Ridgway 4JI Make *. Models. 1.4 TH U. M.ln-171-4i4 tnmt fn..lUlto..

state recently summed up the dl.drantagm have the adjudication of his guilt Mrs. Drew Wilkinson U a'i farewell Party far till r. Mali. r.rt. "u rv""ivrf.f.r rra' IK N W. fllteenth RI.nAtNrliVtTLl .

of probation to a pair of paUent In Bt. Vincent1 Hoafrttal 1.1..... ra4..u (iarn..1W 171.g41lB 1"-111.'
withheld and ran get through' hU .
r.'AKDK.N; :
high school: boy who had made a iod of probation successfully he Isn't In Jacksonville She I* u-' Mr, and MLJojrt Padtiettenteitaln ......,.,. "tr.-W.. Will ,
practice of "joy riding" in the automobiles pitted to return to her home +d with a farewell & G Motor Co. IM.ATINO
branded I rta4 Any Sari. Fw Y.a
"convicted becausehe
of others: a felon. here the middle of the week. .party Saturday for their son rAOfLf JC-Ol.D hun't actually been convicted. It t Owen Water daughter ofMr. n' .ood. who left Monday to : A MDtVICB' O..IUe n..utl Ocala Chrome

"You may never see the inside of is a mere technicality but sometimesan and Mr.. Roy Water of enlUt In the Marine at Pmrrt P''!.... rVleeUon' of Used Cavr CV mplt. Un. of Plating Inc.Copper .
t, a Jai]. because I am able to place you important one when the man involved Jark onvlie: and Marsha Rob bland. 8 C About .5 young! Tah,", On O..i.flat Trul** 441 N Pt nujrk Tard sirhSr1.1NTSr1RTItLrNS _

K"' on probation. But you will not hare starts looking for a job, or tries inson. daughter of Mr, and people enjoyed the evening .... N. W. I1IB. "&. 441 : : Nlctel.. Metal!CrirxntnmCaxkntura. PlnUhlnjCuxtmn .

j escaped the penalties of your crime. to enter coJ1elre.Unfortunately. Ura. BUI RoWnaon of Lake, Detlclous/ refreshment wane In.-.lkldee-r.t. s.pp.. nvmA4TIgt'E r
1 The record of your conviction' will be City nailed Sunday afternoonsaith *; served by ).ar.. Padgett : PIU''r.'' 114.7311 'We Rent tvrullaer 8preaderl'n4 CtPANIia
\ut"m.Ue TrannmlimlonCity
those who need J this
Mr. Dorothy Water I fact that
[ here! as lone as the courthouse stand information I Owing to the .KlfHlR DART : WW gth AveIllMil .HHLVKR. nKA>". corrr
moet are lea t likely to! Thanluelrlng/ ; dinner g-uetta I everyone ls ao buy with
1. avallahl to anyone who U interested be reading editorial But those who I of Mr*. Dorothy Water. wereiMr I Chrtatmaa program. etc. the DODOE TRITK rlfoOjr; IndXMbrtal Hard Chrome

in finding it. do read this and know a youth who and Mr Richard Nonn&n'aDj '' 8ln. at Daylea Hl.*y will be Sat..P.rtaMervfur.p.wd.bt... .. t.e.J ___ Automatic rls-.111. Ifs .I13 Nil r ui: tar.a..AOeaU-4511

i omedar you may have a chance might benefit from the warning, would\ Bona of Highland and Mr. cancelled untU January i I Poole-Gable Motors \DIKS. : WKAII
1 to live and work in one of the expanding be? doing a service to call these factsto and Mrs BB: HcsAnaon and |I Watch the pars for the eau 11 Tran.mi aFon, Inc. TYI"WIIITF.JL'IHancock:
daughter of lk City, |I Mr*. H. C Tas.or l. of MJddle. i 'll. a. K. let Are 0..9111.
,,[ countries of South America. the his attention. Anyone who know
Mr. and Mr*. Bonny Ortffln bare pent Wednesday. night ntrtHK' 171-4I41 Repair A Inis.nn. Cherry'sOaOrumrllle' OfficeEQUIPMENT
judge continued, "and you will apply the catalogue of roadblock that will I '
and thUdren
Tnanksglvtn with Mr. and Mr O L aapip All lUkea and Marti.
|for a pa.-prtY0 mr not get 'it be thrown in the way of a convicted 1 sipper fuent of Mr. andMr. ,I and Rudolf Bap and chlldren. I Tropical Pontiac, TRICKH A CAR llo-t Sash Ionbl.. :
You might get Into Canada for a 'fish- felon for th of fhnlCh.Coron*-AotaortaedDea
rent his life will work Dowry OrUfin of Jock.orwU1. i, Inc. DTsnr-.et.eT Pre-TeU4 Address ror Iadiee .
kin* trip but you would not bf" allowedto hard to keep from acquiring the label. .. ,. Thankagivlnc Day twit, of ) T .
N will allow Mr. and Mrs O orge the Mr and Mr TROCIC: oue CrxswasPONTIAO' rings 1 r"H'A(TT"-" | ttay. () reentry youo The ea'te'st i way to avoId this. rif, Happ were WORK: OfARAHTrrrnnxjET Adding Mar-htne Catcu"'tonRAI.M "

become a resid rt. Your world iso of crtorne. I I.* to keen' the vision of these .on of JackjocrvUle Charles Taylor Mr and "'ro. | rt-AN : WEARACCEJlfORfCA: -BERVTCV-: RETTAL6'

much smaller than it wax."SomedaT roadblocks in mind when the tempta-t! day afternoon vtalUrr W1lJt1n-1' H. C. Taylor of MlddX: unr. SAVE: TIME-.ilmtmmt ,m r..
and Mr*. Buford H4 and Mr. and VCr*. W O. Black- no HW, 0i Are Os7neevV1,I 1409 8. MainG.iaal. : ..
with Rat
you may week a position tlon comes to jimmy that window or am. a,3-4J N
and Mrs.
welder of Uve Oak 11J..I.
the cull service of state t .IM W, Onlerttr OelaesvW. STt If. Main 8Oslneavtle.
your or pick that lock. I Mr. and Mrs, Jam** Saunr'era of Orangw PbtoDI .,...."1

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KEYSTONE I 12 Candidates Seek Office At Polls Tuesday I


Emily Thomas Arc Contested


In the Dc' 'm'I"1' : "I.! i ..
17.1-4666: Nile 473-1589
d'! stlou: voters! of Keystone

llJllthts will rle"t] s<-, tn PC

1 J 10( Keystone news office of and Mike were injured in a sons!! to fill various! city office;

I lie Tclcijrnph! / has moved to freak auto accident and Danny These elected v.-lll be chosen

qu.-.rtirs over the Nearly] N fractured! his collarbone in from amonz; 12::! canJirtat:

., .p on Lawrence Blvd., with : a touch football game. who qualirie-J recently! at utpeelal

Ill<- phone remaining: the I SClIUU'IEU KVENTS; :; meeting:; of the ciicouncil. ;>

sumo. The Keystone Boosters Club .

Vli' CORNER will meet at 7:30: p. m. Dec. 0 The candidates: for Mayoi

ceremonit at the school lunchroom. are:
Keystone The Keystone municipal Incumbent M. L. I LesBensley ,
tae new
School brought dignitaries election is scheduled for Tuesday ] born in Mayo.: Fla]
to our town from anum' Dec. 7. See the article on and has lived! in Keystoiu- I

Ivr of places. incln21n\ Con- these pages concerning: the 17 years. Has; sii'vid, seven one

i -i imn Billy Matthews: who! andldates for the various year terms and: two two.Yllu.1

i ., nc.1: spenkins enjanenunt :: posts tei-ms. as mayor of Keystone
CIIfltCH NEWS He received a deisree in b'.isl- '
here before thPTA -- -------
Council in the morninn. with St Williams Sunday will ness administration from Stet FOR TAX ASSESSOR J FOR TAX COLLECTOR FOR COUNCIL

the eaily: afternoon rite at the be the Holy]children Communion of the day parish.for son University and served Cook and Hanson Alkkle and McOlave' Watkln.s, Baker, Thoma-s, Kedfearn, LaRue Donohoe I
With Congressman three years in the U. S. Army
.school( !
Matthews was William Donald: ] 'Parents should] encourase their during World War II. is a 1 -"
UuH. of San Mateo his administrative children to sit In the front ,member of the Masons. thr> local civic orwanlantlons. I Impartial, and equitable man teacher In the Community Navy and one year in the Coast

assistant, and; pews reserved for them each American tealon. and the First Fur Tux'" Asspssor: I ner." He la "for civic progress Church Guard. lie Is a member of the

Winston K. Pendleton of\ Sunday. Baptist Church. Incumbent James Tt. Cook in a sane and orderly] way" Mrs. McOlave feels her pastw01'k Rotary Club anJ :ihe FlrMBaptist !

Windermere a close friend Tomorrow the first Friday Bensley' terms himself a"proffrtpsslviy' was torn in Braivtord Pa. and I I'or Tax Collector experience qualifies her Church.

and nationally known humorIst of the month. Mass!! will be tf 1'e-elfJl)( ted he has lived in Keystone for el'-cht The! Incumbent tax collector for the office and if ebcted] Watkins B..yIf: elected. I

and public speaker. I held at 7:30: a. m. In St. Edward's. plans] "to continue? to. promote years.; He l.s a n-tirert plumber, .\Mrs. Snrai] Mr.-DonalJ: l.i not she plan! to run it efficiently.] will continue: to exert every
Confessions will be munlclojal\ improvements to a hi' h M-hool\ ] [ifraduate, nnd a fcceklnn re-electlnn.] Cindldatei: Mrs. Irene Mlckle was! born effort to keep tax Increases off
Also] In town for tin OOCDS- heard before Mass!! but not mnke Keyqtpn? a better town mcmter of thp Community for this office both newcomers In Gainesville and has live::: real estate. I think it la already > .

ion were School Supt. Jess after 7:25: a. m. in which to live and work." Church. He Is currently com- to politico are: In Keystone since 19S7. She Is 1 1a carrying' too much of J

Tynes.'McDonald. gym of architect Jacksonville James and A November Is the tIme to become :aea ley's opponent Albert pletlnn his first: term ui city Mia. Katharliio Jane; Mc- hl2h; school graduata with the lo .d. I will appreclat':
also of Jacksonville ) a subscriber or renew Nelson was born In Minneapolis tax a.ssc.HNor. Olave. born in drier City. Pa. I 33 years work experience a* e every vote I net and if I mis'
Morris Mlrkls.
of Peoples your subscription to the Flor-1] and attended the University If ri--elcf-li, ] ;!. Cook proposes( : She has lived in' Keystone for bookkeeper She attends the serlnir anybody I hope they 'C-:

Consumetlon, representative Co., contractor Ida Catholic. If you have not or Minnesota where he equitable as posbll>le" nnd to nlffht years.! 8hi attended! the I Community Church. will not take offense as my
Local already done so. please take majored In education. He has use his Influence to prevent an Jones! School of Business in Mrs. Mlckle] feels that time In limited."
for the building.
Gertrude Houbel' care of it as soon as possible. lived in Keystone since 1943 Increane In real estate taxes. 'I Mahanoy City, Pa. after graduating her bookkeeping background Incumbent Walton L Thorn
VIPs were
William Baker Dr. Albert The annual subscription Is retiring in 1045 from the Cook'a opponent. Julius O. from high school and! would qualify] her to serve as a* wa.s born in Annlston Ala r.
$4 and should be sent to the tax collector If elected she and has lived' in Keystone for
] and !school textbook business. Sine19 Hanson, was born In Otranto. has 15 years work experience ..
C. Holt A. E. Anthony
rectory at any time 4 he has been chairman of Ohio and has llv?
Richard Lovorn. Rellnlous instruction classes the board of Keystone State for eiptht years.! A retired and as a secretary.Mrs. efficient manne
HOLIDAY VISITS will resume as!I usual with St. Dank. He la member of the salesman, he served In MrGluve Is member Hut C.'ITY COUNCIL where he majored in economics.

Homo! for the Thanksgiving William's high school student Rotary Club and tlm Community the Navy durlns; World War 1.He of the Order of the a Eastern Incumbent Roy I>. -Watkins Was appointed last Julj] Ik'usley (above) p..
holidays was A-2c Roger A. meeting at the church at 6:30p. : Church. Is a member of Ute Lions I was born in Pltnam'ounty, by the city council to fill th
Star and a life-time honorary NeL-on (at ri hl)
Pangborn. son of Mr. and Mrs. m. Monday and crradt-! Nelson says he hag never Club and the American Lesion!! member of the Junior Wom and has been In business!! in V.nexplred: \ t-rm of City Jud, Don Pangborn, who has just school student will meet at I I Keystone since 1943.: He !is
held public office before. If and utteiul.s the Community an's Club. She la active in the I I C. H. Habe.strohThomai during World War II and ha
completed the Aerospace PhotographIc St. Edward's, Hall at 10 a. m. electe] *' he proposes to balance! Church.If PTA and in the Clay County currently! completing his second Is employed] by hud experience In mechanlca of major In May of 1944.
Systems Repairman Saturday after Mass for Voc term on the council. HeIs He Is a member of the Ma
the city budpet/ develop the elpclcrt : Sprrry Ran:) Corporation amanager
Ihll'OI11I'OpOllOS\ Committee for Better Schools. engineering. He I Is a mtmbe
Course at Lowry Technical ations. a hlllh school graduate and: of ], and sons. The National Sojurnen.
Salary. Wase
city streets Improve police
: to thc
\ execute ( duties! of the She serves ai Sunday School I of the Lions Club and thr
Training Center Lowry Air St, William's Altar Society services and to co-operato with I tax anhe.s.sor's office In a "'fairroli't has served", three year In the I Tralninn. He Is a member of Inc.. The National Heroes of
Force Base Colo. He reported will have a bake sale on Saturday the First BaptUt Church. Community Church. '76. and the Community

for duty Monday morning with beginning at 8:30: a. m. in I Thomas Rays: "Serving a- Charles H. Donohoe wa' Church.If .

the 125th Combat Support front of the Keystonu post orflee. Council Will :councilman affords me the opportunity horn in PlU bllrllh. Pa. and! elected, Baker Intends to

Squadron. Florida Air National As many ]ladies as possible t to work in an offlcla' has lived tn Krystone for foil: practice efficient and honest

Guard (tPANOI at Imeson from the Parish are asked to Move Utilities caparlty! for the most import years He is retired, from th city Kovernment -with dignity.

Airport Jacksonville.In bake some item and bring It to : ant thlna I fe-l the. majority Ftsher Body Co. where he wa- ." He also proposes Immediate

Jacksonville for turkey the Post Office that mornlnnDONT of our residents desire--This employed as a electrical fore improvement of street
For 700 Work
dinner were Mr. and Mrs. P. CMabry FORGET TO VOTE! Ls the assurance that our community man. maintenance and thedrainagesystem.

!\ of Lake Geneva who You lose your chance to com will remain an Idea' He", U a hUh school cradimtf !! .

visited her brother-in-law and plain when you fall to casl In a special pre-vlcctltm place In "which' to llvo and ha.s studied factory man WUIIam Huntley team

stsier. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. LawI your ballot. meetlnif Tuesday night tin GfoiKc La Rue wa< born ID cement at the Lincoln Extension !: was born In B.>slon. Ga and

I cry, for the .Jay. The Mabryr" Keystone City Council approved I Fret-port. Lorm Island] pnd hi Unkverslty In Cleveland las lived and been In bustnes!'

had f just returned from a visl1.villi I Civic Leaders a resolution from the mat. 'Ived In Keystone, where he 1' lie is a member of the. Mason In Keystone for 21 year He

friends in Quitman Oa Discuss EOA Road Department. concerning i an IndJ-ppnrtent Insurance and the Community:' Church. Is a high school graduate ami

Mr Itlfl! ;Mrs. Fermnn Bell the paving of SR 100 from the a ent, for seven years If eeeteJ.! : Donohoe prcmt' i... studied: 1 business administration

Mil-key Brokas son of Mr. Project Benefits Bradford: County line to th.Piitimin He arad'Mt.'fl:! fi-om hliri'jmil I t>vid mvernm nt ant I an hon II'?!! has n.vfr held

.. I Mj'. Alex Brokas spent County !IIIlI'! Thouncil and att"ii'le-| the Pitntltute -' 5t u lmlil] 'trnll" irvjun )uWI'! offlre He I K n mrmbwof

"I'M-' holidays in Washington.a Munl"pil! and county offlIrvls uKiectl to take tne nerifir. In New Y. rk CHlUi B I nriinT I Balcrr w' the Rotary. Club and the

) (t' ,\ the state winner in 1< and (i-pprpsi'iitatlve.s i>< ttep.s to h ivf live puoUutlitiis a .tlttlanal stu'iy I'nojoh mi in K .V"'PH'' > Heicht!: at Community Church
ii"" group of the punt. lie Chamber of Commerce' an:* equipment movd VAL >> University! of :Marvlairl' ex-
I 'enclftl the Unlvr: llv of Hor'la Rcdfearn fee! he has tin-
.111 1 Ulsk: national: foot- u.slness!! groups mn last week n 'uu rifcjit 01 "vtuy i.iruus. irivilon I p'OnrDro! Tf" PHUT '4oirte .
town.in[ mil IIr"du".r1 f.om Il'ir time to devote to th1 offlre 8:i1if
ill I competition. The- boys i Orn Cov SpHnm; to di.H- special Insuran-p .
I d.i State HP .ent'e'f; ; :: : elected! he proposes; to help
cuss!! the opportunities opel'lI otnei action.: Uie council: ,
taken !1If ,
on a whirlwind tour t Jacksonville University In
n 1'1'' tI! S 1'11'1'0',1'\ ,
.. I :an' WBn run the city government In abWl111t"lllJ
> to the Granted wl-ow l and vctern -
"rnation's cnpitol and area through the I 11161. .
,'h'rl of -
( n inIIPBVV like He favors
--- -- ---- --- ---- wnp manner
-I professional! football onrnnlc O-potunlty: Act.. exemptions on PhH'>:
He uprvcd In thi- Air Forre ,i-qitrm-'ii' maln'rninfhi an up-to-date tax] roll and
>me during their Coordinator for tho mcctlnt Three i-ly wli-hm the city. City AItorney
visit )
V'EATHEKBOUNDKeystone wn- Tom Nolln who Is emiloyed I Teenagers Injured !In Crash Berwick" Anderson laid I n ie rttlipd with th- rank low taxes.

by the Bradford County that In the county there was\ a -- -
youngsters Danny School Board In Ktarke, anc* I" Three tecliaueis. escaped m- i.mih I on :2)4!) '"d mile 81 feet and rolled 'ivpi oticiT specified time to file for the.vxcmptlons. '

Htnck, Kenny Belote, and Mike who has conducU i Hlmllumpctlnits jury Filday nl to lit when their tn muk a cune\ .Tout, oiu-- !" ,i-ni i ami, to i 11'.1 l on IIw !: and that 1form

Fun, 'erburk were all put out In severul I allolnlni car nipped: over on Hit 214 half mile from I tinluiiillon' (I' hop IsTasnrlello was! provided <>If commission last
weekend ann counties about u mile i-iisl. of Keystone( Sit 214 nn-l !1011.() Ta (nrlrllo'<. wn t-harurd wltrfalluie WAR!! not clone m the city I lie
i-esult] of
mishaps." Kenny A propiisul, wits made to elip llelxhts.AccoriUn4. (cur ran! off tho roadway ontc: to hn\e his vehicle un stutixl pertiuiLH could file anytime

a steerlnn/ organization! to FHP Troopei the left Bhotilder. \\her, thryiiulli tier control.Po now hern The wKtownamed BUSINESS DIRECTORY

KEYSTONEDriveIn 'ompilsej: of rppiesentatlves E L Jone.-, Ji the arldenlorcurred : lost cniitrol (of the 1-11: .....-nKPiH In tIle' cm wrieDnvH were Mis ElUabelh

Theatre '1'0111 Clay Union. Baker and around 11 I p. in. Friday whir.h\ tuivcle... Norm :Sit! fe.-t\ I \ o Pwipher. 18. Ixinnlr OroNbci'R. Mrs. Anita P. Jamrs

'li-ndford (rountics who would The Tniopei Mild Mli-liui-i nn the ,!,2ilriuldt-r.] \ n cro.-vsf. A Thompson, I D. Ixilh of JackHonvllto. Mrs. Arthur H. Ru.<(:her. and I

tFrl. I ii-t\ as a (roordlrmtlnit group P. TaKiirtcllo.: l IJ.! of Han Matco. the "inn-fuuv/ l.. the opjoslt; I Mr. Lorn H Hhock \IMMI.\N'FS. : AI TO It K IA litGoetzman VIMtSEItV:
Sal.-Dec. :.1 I, ICUiifJY I for community action promiun.i wiis drlvinr 11\ I 10fi5!)() Chev- aide where II tiaveled nnnth-t Approved" a request from I

throiiKhout the territory Keystone resident drover K I

LAKE I I U wius board simgestcd of) \ directors that bchosrn i itenman Drivcr ChargedInjuring In Accident |C. B. Cannon, Sr. exemption DavU to allow on hb him property a hoinesteitd D\- I T V Service Center' / Bros. :O.C.Carnes ltiw y .loo. ntI'1Ihom.-.2t Nursery;

IS MISSING ( from a cross-section ol Funeral Service* vU., said Unit when\ he purchased J. R. T III' '". Proprietor GarageIUtn MH\ .. SK of fK rkNurwry .
Two //C Utock Thoui.
the populace to xjH-arhend] t.1Il'pMRrum <3ystonc Boys the piopcrty. hU attorneyiUted
Held WednesdayClarence that he would notify Alttiorlzfd MotoroU Philc, :' WORK n.lt of Plar.-f. Jt Fruit
With Carol Lynleyand Salea and Service Trc. to ehoon from. N1oSfjule .
Present from KeystonoItulKhts Two Kl'y. tOIl" Youths wi'l'f, a. m. 8'1' till etav. While attempting film when to file for his homestead AfOTOR BODY PAINTING: < Tre :
Lawrence Olivier I ll.irtow Cannon *. Kverfreor*
was council PiesldPntWlllliim In luted HiituiTiuy moinliiM to turn where the Sr 81. of SUrke. lltd Mondu exemption lit Uie city Hrlrn On .\11I.k.: .-. rOR.ARLE'fLDIXO fi l.andsoape PUits. All Mpl.uit
nt'llm whlU' ,,111)1111In the front de- ) the attorney railed to do so.thitls .
rond 1 curve* lit H whnrp PO 1n' I... "", any
yuicl III l Hit- William IVlotr1p.sUliiirp 11110 untile noni the IlelotehoniP. nflenion follow Inn an extenf-: said and he was .taxed TV R '\111ft srr.Kr.oK : : \I.... "' '' "WI' )tithnanl'II tin,.. ('>,m..tu.! .. aull'..
l'fl l Illness. Ho wa.s born In 'IOK TV :\1.., .
oil NiKhtliliiai(< I the left door of the $71 by the city. i "" t.et t l at tf't your IaltltMap ...
J"t i i Street. tniek came open. To kppp fi-om County on Sept 4 City Attorney Anderson ", a- Work GuarnnU-eii TV Rental* Hwy 21 Key Hft I I I'h. '''U. \ t&".. an.I .
; -1 1884. and had::I lived here all tone ht.lN8ltt
... .. ; John P. Funderbmk. 11. son being thrown out. JOIIPS said hi* life. He was a retlied farmer questioned as to whether such K..to_ 1I1'1a"h.: nS4I.UI \ to Drtv-In Theatre I

I't.. [\ of Mr that Martin urn Vied the stp<>rlim an exemption could be ranted OoJf.II.U'IILE:
( : : ( IIn I Mrs Crrll M. Fuil- nnd A member of Eversrccn Ftvmr 41S4IOINttM
.111 I
; .:' :v"S: : I clerb-iik." Keystone, wns ndinlll- wheel.! CHtitiln? the.! truck n.iptbt Churcli.Hunlvlnz at Uil time. Anderson sat A San. 4T131MVUTO OFF" IliniWAY
S: ted to thp to vppr to tli;* rlnht' of the there was no local: ordinanceconcerning :I 3.,1')! three-fourths
; University; MecliialCpnter. ] are five dainthtftMrs. ,- Dryer Special I ''',
.; : "', Oalncxvlllo... with multiple rond way and up: Into the n<>lote It and could ce nsle&son cleared :5-room houwe out
", ,. HiJl" ;:. Loca Rauln-son] and Mrs. be'i'I SERVICE: ; ,
fJ ; 1 why it couldn't!
-3' :_ __...t"\ .: ..i; : :.. II' !Incprallotls of his lefteg\ were front playlni.yard where the two boy Phyllis Mottley.] both of Law' (ranted by the City.MELROSE. : 4 Cycles, only $12 I building". Some repair

---- 0' ; ... -- i.! A The serond youth. Martin K try: Mrs. Iloulah Busbee. and WT i ii I I needed, flood; turning and
.-.L...11... "-' 'tl'. 9. son of Mr. and Mrs. The Bclotp, boy Wit>! struck Mrs' Laura MJ: :? Smith hoU'lr ...........Y9..Y9. HENDERSON'S rattle t la nd. $1.17.50: acre.
,:",- William Helotp. Ke.v-.tpnp. wi.ilM ,,- by the truek And knopked < J.U'ksol llle; and Mr.v Don i MK\V: & irSKO: TV I

=--"' .,] > iidinllled to University. clear The Func'prburk: boy's, ThoniaAOn.\ who is oierM-.> I Service: Center .

Improve.. Your Medical Center. Oalm-Hillle! ]left leu was pinned against In the. Viet Nam al('It. three j[ -':AI'I'I.IANfKS.: :: sc..t.trd. Oil I S.E.McKay, Realtor
'q" WithWheeler !< ... PrtvluctiOuthnnrii
( I..r-
) I with :i kull fracture and pos- the house bv the rnimner of tli* sons. Wllllai-d. Clifford and ) I KETSTONK.: HEIGHTS
Iu.I) : :
..,=; Home With A a rK n(:.:
,; -ihliccineusslon.. truck for /wvenil minutes "bpfcnp rinrpnce Cannon. Jr all ofJadcsonvllle By S4lljt KnthhiminrrA4 J..n.'n Ptinn* 4T3rM.l.HAM'S- *>18
Bulh effoits to free him wwe ; One brother. Kyle Discount I "I"" .
{ bn.vs11'1'1' Il.sl.ed In satisfactory SI'n1.! .
condition Tuesday.Aocordlnii I l'ul'Crlforul; Cannon. M.iirtine: one olsfr.Vn. A AAAAAAi k.. ........ AITUANCK STORK: I'"Ihlna. : T..k.. ... HiintlnIVMt : __

B BANK; ,: to FHP Trooper Jones said thxt Martin Stella Wl'.klnson! of Law- !SCHOOL .NKWS; 'II ..... .- _Trmlbr* ,I

E L Jones Jr. thp yulhs stated! he had been havlnn try; ten fcr'artiehlldren. and I PTA meetliu .us heU Moo- Illahway and 21 K."I.1..1 RrtweenMclmw ..... FUEL oru -KEROSE>TE Bcidler'a Holiday

were Injure-1 nhen strurk: bv n trouble w ith the truck door for elaht great-grandchildren day nluht. called to order Ity 1-h. :\ ,,_ U.VtlAI: < la'..\.tn".<--fc..: "nn Itwy Jl-lOO I'' Restaurant
L LOAt[ N 1953:\ Ford pl'-k-i'n' truck bpln some six months. He was Funeral lIei'wlcr. wta} oe nell the\ president. Mrs Oilborl1Reed. I "'II''t.' 4T 4 T .......... SI'W Ip

driven bv Allan WeleyMartin. rhai-Rpd with failure to have at 2:30: p. m. Wednesday tn thLnnit Devotion was" given fey : ,I filL t'\R.OL'I:

2?. of Keystone. hl vehicle under control. I Branch 'BapU.it Church Rev' Flnck. and a renolutl] nwa. 11"1". P-xwf. MiwlTStfl Pr1el
Jones said: Mai tin wni drlv- The truek traveled'' some 72: with Rev. Y;. O. MithU offlclallna. .\ read by Mr. Huff in memoir OFFICE SITPLIES: :'IKAITY:,; ( SHOP I, OP 7 OATS \\-EEKLT:

In' thr plrk-up north onN'luhtiiiualp feel from where It left the fUAi.st l bv Rev c t. of the I.'eMrs Lot WU-\ Fun l>lnn rMm Y a- -

till'epl. iiboiit II (t\ l'f\l.1W1I,. In Is flnnlaiunst 1 It1on I Tyler Intermenf was In the !lams Anyone .wrtnllm. to do PRINTIM: SUPERIORBUTEE ..._Italla" .........

Stop just t thinking about the imprmemenlM ; :: I l.hi hOIl"r family plot In Lonn Branch I1IHt't to the Memorial Library "...c I"hra Itro III! '.......t.

Jour home needs Start m akin ----1 'I Crmett'ryln4'r direction ofDcWitt Fund In memory of Mr*. WU- ,' SHOP nrr.RN : :
C. Joiu-s Funeral I turns OFFSKTBradford; TICK JTUKS'rjLY I Blot-iii ..rt of R... Ltll'ttKY.YS'TO"E
Mr. Par-
tf them. See us right away for a low- MURRHEE HIIIS nUt Sll>KIVAI.KONSTRtCTH: I : may \ SHOP ;
I Home sons, principal of the Metro KKICHT8
cost eo-sy-to-pay Rink Home Loan! <- NThr ) Open from
Insurance I 9 Till 5
Hush |
enc Sc ool. Room count ..
) *J"n
I C'iUConnrll .
Krtstone llrlxht* County OaT' a \\..." [ USED CARS
by :Mrs McOralt and I II
KEYSTONE STATE BANK General Insurance will rrrrlve M-ilcd bld"| .. :\(1'11.( Jnctsou'i homeroom. KtrS'lnmon I ,n." :3 By Hanks Used Cars
fi r the C'.tnUorn..f nlfieiilk. Maii>e
.,nll''i(' \ '1\ ,,- ..|..n Ih. K..tonl'l"'oII'h City rei F.D.I.C. Keyntone Height Fla. Llldtbf'rry, OwnoDnt and :
Member 't '
: J.J rt. aaJ all hcivJajr \10 Friendly Straruer Thr
IUS"tlTfnn.M>SK I'jrKiiiT' lot. a'l it* reiiliir any M\rl: I12'L Of'eral....

"Your Friendly Hank In Your Friendlyrommnnttr. I ey tone H.lr*,t 473-478 I (* nirrtlnK at 7:39: p. m. onjIVctmlKr 1 1 I IK R.krr meeting waa adjourned. and re- Starke Ph. -ftil-3101. 8bop "'--, 47S 43.-W Ry __ Sell Tnde J Jttwy
rwhrnent ..
II. 1965 In the City CUv n..r"h f re eruovel bT H m* Phon'*. 4TJ.30Ni joa mi- s-ua
II kU *S|"">tUU-4tiu>W IU4f ,U. (,., f.r II'Il..' PI'' .t. h"U of it rter ;

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ni t 'm.--trnC:' T. 1OTJV.: iwtAnronn rorvrr Trt.rniiArt ITARKTI. n.n -- -

..... visited with the Tlsons for a Headon Crash
MELROSE ,. few days.

:" ''' \ Mr and Mrs. J, W. Straw I )injures One
." ', :. ."., :",: ,: ; ,. :,>.,',., went to !Miami on business! fora ,
I' '('/ '. \:'.'. !" t ;' .,"JI:' '1' ; week Mra. Struwu had a
Pan ', ; .
Pticl dung 1 \ ,
; On 27
t From ,i.. ','." p'' ,.", family Thanksalvlng Dinner Highway ,.
.. ;j;.. .i ". J" ;" ,,,\,'.; ,,, !"( .
all .... .-' ,"' '{;, ,'o'J: :: .,'.J{ "1r:" :';,\\\I, : at her home. Her mother. 1\11'11. I
lllt'BCll; NEWS ''"'f,,,,,, ,",'K.",-, -"'"" ,"' ., ',I "... '" ", ,' ',. I"" ,. ,' > hll: / r. her niece and One person was Injured In a
Baptist Church will : ; ', ', ', ""","' .r.. Mr and Mrs. J. W ,Thanksgiving Day crash northof
Ellam C:, 'A ;i', n.\1'. ,, '\1v ..1'. r
\ 'I %
luive au Oflicers and Teachers .. ",.." ;,. ;''' .., ,,)tf.. t'\ "( -> Mr Ptrawn's daugh- Keystone on SR 21 1 1I
at 7 mat ", 4' '..... I" tI,"." Wand and their to FlIP
uleett ii Wednesday: p. / ':""r' I 'f Hrtc: Accorilna Trooper
t \ "
7:30: there will\ be a Prayer : : : : : : -.. IM-V. all from Qalnes1 John :\tl1uh. the accident occurred
meeting.: Thursday nlaht at .. I C'I I'TT BUCRtS. around 7-1S: p. m, I
7 30 thre: will be the Young ." rv and Mis. Andrew Dunk Thursday. about one mile
Pe3p'.e and AiulU;: Choir pracuce .. (C! a-H t laml'y a;>ent the Thaiiks1 : north of Keystone.

,' .' !#, .. :: I: ., ," 1 III.1 t holidays with Mrs The Trooper said Henry Y
Tuesday! 9. a. m. to 4p. m 1'. ...' 'J "K s pairnU." Mr. aid) Mrs.i r.ll\t-rl\1\Jr.\ 55. of Jacksonville
there,! wl'l'! be, the District Conteirnce .' ..' .' 1'.iI \. I M Rjblnnon.;) In Melrose. wr< driving stutli In" 1982

at Trinity MHhodMt .' .. ; .. J .11f'. : '" ; : :, .1. finest! ; Ciawtoixi'a Cvftlr and cioxsed' the centerline

; M Oaine,ville. Special .: '//fi! ,, ., ,.
speakers wll\\, be Bishop Ja-ne' "" ,..::. .' ,,' _. ,,' r >:;i.. l.t-Uw and daugtiter 1814 Chrysler. driven by

W Henley and; Mrs Burletgh ."r....: ,i ..... j::.y.Luke WII..tOIMnd John P. iKfrGi-'aw\ 85, of Jack

LaW Mia' Law's htubanj was .. ,;."A1 U.11nenll,1e. sonville., The' two' call: collided

recently martyred In the' Con- ,. """., -... \,,, ,,. -'Ij,' !; ) urn.4 bro er-kn-law. .almost! head-on. I Melrose/ Parsonage Dedicated I
.. :
40 while attempting to liberate -_._---- -;- ---' -- -- n JI, rt.land! Bill I Following Impact. the' East-

,other, missionaries caught In m ir inil: ale here vlslflngnays. erring car traveled, sideways
Two Area Residents Killed Rev Paul the of the bond sale which enabled the
he rebellion- Our World Advance :! Dome 188 feet and: rolled over. Left to HUM new parsonage
Special! Gifts! will help ti and Mis. Clarence Hol- throw-hut Its driver out. The Watts Pastor, and Rv JameiW I M"\'OIIf\ Methodist Church gut IRQ member congregation. to

,rest a school In the Congo In In Collision On Highway 20 den spent Thanksgrvlntt with McGraw automobile remained': I Henly, Bishop of the Florida Sunday I pay off In two years the construction I

;iis memory. '. t.aaa'elae5; parents. Mr and up-ilght on the roadway. Methodist Conference" arl The new structure ls detll-l debts on the parson-

The MYF ,wlll decorate the Two area residents were kill- for minor hJurlP8Waite The Occupants: of tJi; iceman! Itlrs C. H. ilbidwi. ot Palapia. EjUierllnff was admitted to1liiadford shown at the dedication of ,, cnted to the. late William nee
RUT who I led the
.ducatfon building for the Bazaar ed aril four other persons Including -!' Shelton 41 Ocala car were not using theirs. After the football (tame. Mr, I County Hospital for Campbell

6 :30 m. Wednesday ear his. and Mrs. S .W Garcia of Palatki treatment: of IM'er at : p. two children were Injured Negro of the other Involved Shelton was using : first T7tankagiving day/ to upend, the hollilnyrlth .uI'1rp',

Saturday. 9 a. m. to 5 p m., I early Sunay: morning in was, also treated at Putnarji i From evidence at the. sceneIt and! Uielr three sons were i leak \Veleascd Sunday The occupants for the ijtUih visitors and) their .1"lIa-be n. Mr. unit Mr' |i ifl i Mr., IIKVM.KY the duty.t"anfl.d oft

.he Methodlat.Bazaaf'will be Memorial Hospital. for minor, Is believed Stmms and the tl\e Holdeu'a dinner guests. of the second car. Mr. they enjoyed an active part In C. K>My and! filmllv., On1 t tilli, i 11) t snJ>( K.nrllnMayor/"t.n" ".'cht..

rliln bv virtue of the power
foi that something}Waldo when the accident as their, dJnnnaueat.S torThanksgiving. injured. anti atithorry, | vesimt In m* bythe
and chop ; According to Investigating on a> huntlnir trip {granted to the Take to prnrf 'the romntnder ,
of Ordlnaniw
and Cntte -
special. ( : niP Trooper I* N. CampbeU occurred. Shelton said: '. Mr. and Mrs was charged with On Tuesday" '' night before of the holidays" with ,>r saiil. "'113/, d..' tiervbxprnrlwlhi
Items for sale will Include avariety of M..II'OOe-Ha..thQm the accident occurred around he was on his way home. from Johrt Rosa. m-lvine: cn\ t'ronll\ ache' of Thunksflvlng- we had a surprise ,the Norwotxbi 1 nail a abort Tu"Mlsr, t>.remherTlh

of" homemade i baked They were passenger! In a 4.20: a. m. Sunday about fire Jacksonville.Pr 1T.. Carson's guests were the road. visit from Mr and ?\.tr.. talk with Lillian on Aon
goods! with lire.. A. L. Hill lard. car driven bv Mrs. Coleman's miles west Of Inte..Il1'hen.. + >.lton was charged with John Cobb from Oajneavllle Kelly Nail nf Sunnyvale, Calif and she will be putting !in elm' .lion l IliilldUiTha will''lie'. hard'" In pulls the Munlcli hall-

Mrs S. O. Smith and Mrs husband. Walter Carl Cole. Campbell said Shelton was delving on the wrong side of and Zelfor Rhbcevo 'from Ora- Kelly worked with lark. prior many hours. at .leer work 'in.lacksonvlll "'|1'.* HI, ilea: nllnrh A. M. mind

Doyle James. in charjte; and man. 24. of Waldo. Also rldln driving west on SR :2O: In a the road He claimed he had ham pie A varjety of enteiUlwiunt) 'to irolnf to California where i during the next remain up.n| until. 1 DO o-eliH.lt

the Country :Store with Mrs.J In the car were two Coleman 1964 Pontiac and had jiuit t chanted lane to avoid the col Mrs. C*. P. Beikelmnn'tt was presented< by Bill Belote they haya *n>>y...',....Iu....lie duty ..-t.d atwhl

S. Orlner.,Mrs": Effle Bass children Walter C. Jr. 3. and passed over the ctes| of a hl)l lision.Mrs.. guests over the! holidays were master of ceremonies Includ- past" y"'"ir and a rmlf W* wanted rush but .h* hopes after. the .. rliitlun. and l the length o(

and Mrs. t. W "Hariage:! In his brother Mathew 1 when he veered over the centerline Betty Coleman Is survived her son Phil Berkelman arid bug die I4gle. Sextette of Mn: to ei*lrbrat their visit. no feet of >th. year to b* home Iliite. thvv are, to carte mire ..1hdb.wa

charge. luncheon 'A U1 be Walter Coleman was admlL-1 and rammed head-on Into by her husband, Walter family.. her daughU, MrsStewart soiu dressed. In t"9 hebtltt of we "Shlh, KMx>be t-| and .n- to clay ."nd no do wft! Mir" viii' 'i'n.> Vesrs.TMY .

served from 11 a. m to 2 p. m ted to Putnam \ the eastbound 1945 Ram Carl Coleman; their twd< chil M,,Qlnty, and familY: t for ilinfc .. Let UN all extent our syn: >- "l'ol\eilnr.\ Two. Tear.

at II.25 for adults and 75 cents pital Palttka lot treatment of bler being ;;!t'V.Iby! Walter dren. Walter Jr.. and Matthew: and Mr Stewart McOlnty. Sr. 1\\f'y\ w *ie followed by two ..r n.* wna the company' ivltliv, 111111'' neighbor l Tom Ta* .\<..**mir, Two Veara.

for children. Mrs.. W. P Boyd facial lacerations and a fractured Carl Coleman. all of Waldo: her parent.*. Mr. from Atlanta Oa. fine solos by Floyd linker, and of our gxxxl' neighbors and.t ICowt over the luau of his bii, >- lino veers l'i.>"i\i.
and Mrs. John ROM are in : left foot. He was hate;;; Follow& Impact, both cars and Mrs. Jack Abbott. slater. Qusnlta Chlapplnl spent the bits: Lu l MiHer (faking off dArt frl.iu1s. Chtlrk and t Pat 1'nr- Iner on New 22 TMrsn, tti''ohio Twit line iuiiiii. .Ilinikn for a term o(

,harge Tickets' may be obtain. In air condition Monday His traveled some 36 feet before Sandra Abbott, and. three weekend at the beach with the Ltnkltter and "her kids": dee anti' rate< Mitrah. h.ra wr' a famlllnr fl..h- (IW" ....,..

ed from members of the Par- son Walter Jr.. was also admitted coming to rest Coleman's car brothers Jackie Abbott Michael Yal'burO\l&h. Shelly Holden.. ten year old The ftirdimi rrpoif they Inc 1 pair to all of u., itn.. IIMIA. < llniun. fur a term ofttvii

nonage Committee and at Per- to .Putnam Memorial! came to rest sideways! almost : Abbott, and Robert Ab Mr. andMrs.. Odom and daughter.. of former Melrose tl.V. Just rwrvUml tb" Wdl- The Nick' "WinonM" wr out' y.ereIan.. ruiinollmsn. for a term of
for of fractured road. faring north.Shelton' bott. USN. all of Flagler Bench family spent Thanksgiving In tlilr ..plril term ofI'ttiinnlitmit
ry's Sundries. treatment a : off the prliulpii), Clarence Holden.- ding announcemeitt: of In their cottage for the loiuiwctk,4 one yes i Him un
The Handwork Table In In leg stomach lacerations and: car remained on the Ranald. E,.Slmtu* Ia I survived OiaoevllV with Mr. Odpnv Cave a pi and solo of her own elisst. eon, ...Airman "Chuckle"Perde. \' 1. When t t talked with ,lien.net", who reelanil -
Odom ,.d,. .In. I \.)
charge of biro J. L. Price. Mrs. facial( concussions. tie.' too. was roadwayTrooper. by his wife. Sandra Kaye:Coleman briber.; Tommy from I composition with which the ) .. "Chuckl: was man VtrglnU& .*> she <*am* In from nn. e'rliluy, November' l th. l.*a,

C P. Berkleman. Mrs. Earlyne, listed In fair condition Mon- Campbell said Coleman ; their two chllJren. Ronald Mississippi! ; placed encore!. In the StateCoinpoeer'a rlett' on November 12 In Passdena. I heir Oalntwvlll hixn, she st 1'.. S >'link l l ii. in.. IhM. City
Evans and Mr.. finest daw- wa thl'Olll'1out.. probably M"'heel.I.: and Barbara Maids and. Homer Keith hud' Contest Other entertainers Calif. to the former !Miss, tolil I'aiimll' uf old l Oily met si theSlunclpmil
Greenhouse. f..turInll' day.Coleman's second Mathew but his paced Kaye. 3 week, his parents Mr a home wedding at 2:30: p. m. JncqiMlWi, Dietrich. lfuwi. > nthey wr ""I"'t'tlnth.tr | << Dull'llna for the t>url -.
ford. The son. r upon Impact Included the Keystone vrr, daughter) Mr, and Mrs. ..... nf rw...lvln.. petlllons ion.talnlnv
U In chargeof released, from Put- remained Inside the car and i Mr*. Fornest W Strains, on Nov 28 with Mr. Cliasteen' ilii I'nriU'. .'. the variousoanilliluua
potted plants, was I gets Folk dftiw-m.' ballet KIM happiness overahl. Hill nhepjMrit, and.. daughter, 'lha n "m' ''s of
Mrs. John Clark; and the nam Memorial l..te Sunday I The Trooper noted both cars tw 0" Ktttel s. Mrs Juanita John- the Justice' of peace from Key baton dinting and the small event w. darkened. wMh t/oriiHb. wit' for a Itch dinner Iu fill the alertlyCoffic. ,
sbove, lasirnrilsni
MYF" Table featuring handcraft morning following treatmentmono. j were equipped, with seat belt" aon*' and :Mrs., Hb( !!4n Wooten, +Vone He Uhta. offtelattnC. MrsKsith *. on of Mr and Mrs. Ken Reeddancing the nee In H telephone rail (fc.enpllm.nGl. of thAI Aching ... ...,* with set fnrltt the provision

articles, fa In charge ol t j sll nf lroae-lUwthorne la .lflPClaU1lhtn> of \ '"The Bird" Lu Mil to he>ln. that "ChurhKi"" wee Nlcft Anti Vliltlnlu. ) on Thanlts.glVlnx of "M, ....tli>n 1.4 of the i:...,le of or-

Mrs. Ron Arrowsmlth assisted I Mr, Griffin Irr'a imitation of Mlnnl Pearl. to deport on November 23 fur .11.."".....
Mrs W. J Orollck 3rd '' Hnrvey and Virginia Finn' day. of the ln. tor* of
t : Mrs.. R. J. Cawn and Mrs The moles p
by member ot the MYF !MrsA \ v .. another highlight of the Viet Nam. A* they hav.> not .
The Mrs Ed- Mrs Prance* Plye .nd cnlldren went to Way T. V Ford of Palatka. Mr. Mr, and 1 "Ire. Hill hell mire emit' el>illpn ate ss follow.
guest speaker.
Mrs. J. W heard from hln.n., I will .
aliow.Apptnclatlnn. lire. lx rie. "Miinilvrlaiiit.Mr '
demonstrated i ate Rutherford. 4lh PI8-1 crow. CU far a visit, with h1parents Cecil lUrrl 0(. Welaka. and lit 111* prut*** of Irmmfrrow'riAtiihlb .. '.
/ hi address uncut
Sspp. and Mrs. Paul Watts arm la expivased to pea along at a J 1)
Mr .raid Mis E. D \lit the "'lIu.. .
eaTbanksgtrun. Pine"fhmt
art) *: arrangementwhich | Mil Florence' Hanson The ion of East: Palatka vlslf.ed later '. Mrs. Mildred autlon
charaeof.: Christmas all who contributed In writingMr
any way '
"Bountiful'' Anna James. fini last weep with; their J'ltrJ -irrif, > ahe dubbed; Mile.
cles to the success of this event. and Mr. tlerbe' chill lie InuludeU... an the
"' I Mr and Mis C\&re.; A. ants. Mr. and Mr, U. .Y to thxniMlvM. Th. H.IUmpKit There
Anyone who will serve for Harvest 4he also answered| PUt ON.I.S R. COMMUNITY: CHI'RC'II Randy and Lisa wr In four hellos; at said ......lIon for aw
questions on flower Rev and Mrs, Watts' parent Hoffman, Jr. an) four childrenof Canon.Mrs.. la to rvloi-at In the l.p..I..r. illsapuroval liy the
the luncheon U asked to call I = Cornerstone laying cern* | over turn w knd to visit
I'ompana Beach here .apartment. *bov* their ejititl' electors' "f said. rliy
were R L. smith torethepmlrh unelMled
| Two new members arran&1nIr'j awhile Parent o' |
here for rolatlVM.
are They went to
Miss Ruth BerktemanWOW : monies for the n.w churchsanctuary up llnmnt. the f'llluwln,'' l .. iii..sll line'
: .%VH! CIXB | tel end Mr 'D Mrs Watts are Rev anti MrsJohn forth" -wrHieiKl visiting Mr her mother, Mrs. O. B will be held following Vnlriosta to JiMn slater aryl as ouit s they ran 'I 1. Hhsll I Ih. f'liy uf Keyaton

The Mekros..Woman Chit bl\ present as well a* a number' F. WttikelbUrk! of Palm and'Mr. Albert C Sptres. Marshberirer. and her sUUr, a brief church service on other family/ members' who I I iiiak It r..a.Iy.! W* hat to llelahis. enter .lute. a !Las with
I and I Mrs. John .low* ttotoll. Mka. but then U walker'' and U, P .'.nu"
of ftarsts far Mr. and Mr, Dock Tlaon Tlftoti. spent'nIank..lylnc n
her Indefinite
met November 17 In the clut, Buy They are an Sunday [)PO. B. Dr. Holt asks gathered fur Thanksgiving ;Won't t uf len ,..r. miverln'
they >* ton fur fur a. lfrn
house, where a delicious luncheon rtic'ATF. Biiinr.K ; visit Rev WatU' faintly spent Th*nk ...Ktrm whit another that the varloiw church officer runner I 111'1 bl'lt and the t-hlM- awayXValiop err aures of 'land more' or less:,

was served by the ho tees let place -...tVcs Emery fattier Herat Waits'. Horn Altounla. with Diane' sister' Ix>tr.ln1owrll slater In Daytona. *, president, and chslrnvn rrn wnrit on to IMxIxy titter they enjoy thiHi-' new luiatsit 'Inside. the runaway and

Mrs. Prell 'n: Mrs., R F Co-Hi ana Mrs J hi":: \VI"bL Pa arrived Nov 23 aitlpi : 1 of Mkanopjr Mr Harra( Ormabee sivd '.On had and memlx-is of the choir be to visit. Nil nlCUfor. a lr kuriiiunillnf bastne.. .and' enjoy hlnic 'lwen III Ins. run.w.Ye". ...tune,, ant H..h'.tasl
for weraI (
Rimmons and Mrs Ed Sim-. 2nd lace Mrs. Hay Becker .*in to spend the winter here TI'IOIn "'. Sara A
!Michigan.Mr.\ and a record of the<< home to work oft wirn report that young I, "".11 the City of Keyctane
and Mra: Baldwin and service compllH for historical of her Vnlvervlty liirfli" Th spa' ,, Mlk la making stmnly Jl>'lhis >'m.r him a !I..... with
"!'' r family 11'lterl their dxuahtert Impt.avrrnenty| hi. r..i.,1tt) ''ar> 'll-l l/or4.n fur a period oflair
7Illllj"s "weekend prior tit Th.r>lngv-| .
purposes .
.t i>prus.liiial
G NE R A L' E-1.. E CIT, 1'41 4ara t In J>-UiKl J Ja.L Sunday The genera! IrlppLlulI of the! i ling Miss Mlnnl IxmcMo of the hrul',un leg, hut at the, monimiU iv H.pare< ... "C e>'n,.rml Un.l m the aurthiil
They att""df'oft| CnUernlty'lionm U irollnic' buoy' with the .1. ..
the Iof "Kin' gnu'1'W. wIn" ak.entIthe .. ,It.e.1.1 wet runwaytirtwein ''
OF'rKE'Y9TON aNI:1GNT Concert.& In which Sara Church Womfn will be hcl<| at I n* hug ,ib. run-way. and. in.
7-i: II p. m. Dec, e. A film will I weekend" l with the Mil.. ,rail.1.,11"r. the,, Keystone
xtrtlrlimte't! PnmelU Mastoncvinpanled be ..Mwl01 'How We Got funny i and K<>Hk..1 l up ama. of Mrs| Kilna: Klnchon made a I 11.'anle' .ib'p"rlIN "
FLORIDA'" : a d the Baldwin" ". I this .heal drat full| wratlivrlli I hnaty trip In Norfolk laid" j WIIJII4MNiu ''' '' WIIHIIttY" ,: I
r Our Bible
with MM A. C
v>m. a(let KDenitiaa the w*... .ii. on 'the Ink *..?)k Jlh. wa. ell 11.,1 tni. .%** ".tvU"'" set my, hand andrflsed
II |
Holt Tfurtlnif the devotional I Ifran.rml'nts .. said. t'Itl 'till
7vw'3u uhf .1! uf
I4 S '' + DCCCMBgREICAN I n with Sara Mr Baldwin iltioo, ( (the grove numUllw." or ...
., p1 M s <\ are belii-t made I Mi and" Ml Put f'orswvr- .Hi day. ?.I .November. l Ira
\ml son Brent went to Oaatk.Ma for th, sriiusl Chtistm I'I thy .sent me wont that. they Icr l> daughter. Mr, (luig : ,aH.l1.: ) .
for '01anlt.'lclvlnl'III ( Clonl, f'*.bl*.. While w* f tear" )1 l I. H S,\MI.MVM
PAJEJOU VfftfrygR j&j; Hjnrheon of all circle on, Dec J/I.p..nt I (hit day Mt Cedar) K.,. for the worse. w* run only I I. njy.I'l... lisp'.
II 21) at 13, noon There will be I nn Thanksgiving' I Just wonder t'lly "f Keyilune 1I..llIhl.|
rr I'
n < ? M l pray' fur the "bt right now, AlleM. l I..y II llak. .r
OLC1'R no Ftmlv| Dinner and no If they raugnt any of
*AS$ FeS-MAYQR (:' ..4; FOR-JAX NEWS NOTES Men's Club Dinner meeting I thus. .large "rails"l. w* keep ruiulltlixi VV*\ will rpooit Our later on Clnn'follow. City' t'leik, II IM,

II U>ti month jotting r.port* of from. down |I't"yar.
'&5Rt'fy( r for i itf on. (fl (Vo4..log on.1 By Itrtrn/ ft ) you. r:..lmtTo .
on 'n-u l4'
-' will meet! *t 7 30 that way'Johnny /IrHY11ura aaria l |
t't v m.. Oo-c 1 Steward' meet at Chuniian| of Colum "IK! nn a ,happy. not. let N"th. uf Intenilun, u<. Vurrhmia.

rMt,' LEY KAT AR1NI Meer VTy r II!laaaaA..aaaaaa&AaasaaANP 7.ID Dn13. bus O.. end hU. fttu, 'rtrilaw.Rrnrst in. tell! you of th. occasion I iisdvr. .liavlna bulk. ,' ,'sale Isirn' .law"ir demands l..
that took all *erma
pine In the hunt |
Th e Sunday Rrhonl. will prevtit Tanner of atark were assinsi tVusiern' AdaAssn.
Ii Informal planning s -s-1 I II >, C1irlitm Pageant\ on nslilngpnrtnvrs of Jmk'. l last of Mr and Mr ,Itny (Irirfln i Isle. iliors ".."." lyKilvard

slot i>f the Keyatohe arm *1, Dtc. 10 at 1-30 ;p. m. ReHritr- HatunUy" They cam In with this f.mt MumUy l aa.mu/n. : \llrvsn KeyetunaMelalil .

I AARP Chapter! was bell Tuesday -I I Hal Uited Nov 28 and will spa ptnkM fvrih. Quit aIel.Aowea Th.lr.I.l.l..st daughter Miss. l ,inivnila*. YI'' | .,in ride.purthsss. in*' undorslane In bulk.

In the Community! Churchtlucatfonat continue each Sunday at 3 p front the 13O mullet Match' iHffin was. marrl
) bulling, flans fdr1Ui '1 I m with a dress teheanal! on that" t Tanner gut uo an over a Iwautlful horn ceremony t to ., sad. ..t 'the buel."
Mr, Homer Keith of ".,.....* .*r .qulyn'ana|' us. *JId
,. Tampa.
II Christmas program and: Paturday. Dec I 18, at 3 p m eight trip to ll"raho* onWMnmHiuy ,insl. ..pertainliuen"e
", .. .. .. lunaeiili.n with
party wf completed a* a recent :,: Patents: sr* urged t<> arrange tit last w vk Hoy ( ) l n. J..tkof if ..Mipfprlse' .kni"wn
FOR OUNCTL I4QX, i r x ss o for !I'esee, p rfiirinil the ceremony All." Asw4Mlal
; aR meeting with the follow- their! rhUdnrn to attend all You know. I eoulil l lake .. Iv( ( Hewlwrn .....'101....
before Ilelahtm i
t. Itaf chairmen, working with rehearsals! ,, Walton..: If Mra Joberg's .Cr"...."I itif Improvisedaltar | l p1"n Kreifiiie, .... ,. su,'h vurihan' *
.rp y f ;tYet "o* ourM >* 0111r # a.ftoiJ Uielr, commute Mr!\ AsalMalmgren. I biiichtcr. lived ..UJ..."I 'which "wna" ilornratMl I In nn snd Its.n..>..rll I tin,, "14*. cile

t.,l I program: a.tf1l. William 'vevvvvvvvvvvvvv.vvv.v I to un thn" Orm< ..ul. lt.ac-h. Nn.type [ 4h. bridal motif siwl greeneryMafrf ii...tn ......1.11 perwme havin' ;
.r" : r Rd I.ra') sass" beautiful. lit an off. '...n.. ..r dean,). ...1.... the
i'...A w Xx ,x mi arTangairirrrU I ) up the following" nw white winter eon with ....d.*r ,,II., MdiMunlshMd. .'i> notify
e I'g" t : Mr CaUierln, ftopkln INDIAN BEACH i;I article for ni* and lul' a ".ne.1 prt.ntacee.orba the undi. .?rMlMsed. ki. 'that' sddreean .
*. decoration/ Mrs IVrt up >>b. H". what. | I maw en.! a deep purple ir i,.,f...". cud tilt
CnrUtoffer and Mr. Jack I urchlil A entail reception. .*. III V r.II I al, II lli*>lleyAiMfc.
Irks Jo*"phm. MtrandlMn prllf.t&- ..4. l..tv ,I'U. .rstroh. refreshment arfd ( Hunt Fe) held' after the we.lttn. with | ;
[ eally hud a family' r40"nltJf.t I Hnv .' ne llei""nte. rl.1
rVlt .. +- '"' Ira table" decoration: ). William Sb..laat r. HtHfT' '' 5,. hr tuMMv. on ." former ila." rrulra of Maklt'aattending 1:1: II IJ/I

FA, r ,: Red. AarlU'. sit table arrannemmts l I f>sy lift son. r..ul..nk.l1"n.1 1'h. couple left doa I .

1 Mr M rdl.tTrao' AAAAAA! ................. !'I anus th..r MM.
i. I*,Ya!, < 14 the rww hospitalityChairman' well a happy ,abbl.. gnhhl.to .. ', wife IxiUtM and their rUugh-'
& r: I will .eta Wish'. their. home, And
? 3irr i mmber ,
? .
? contribute I I.. kll of you .a".,pt the. t"r I I ', r.unMt. .ll ft Ja k.un- I mlfht' .M. mil a proverbial"kngxlyslr'
1mi f gurat will( a ,gift k..1'! I J. I rill, .her daugtit.r. ,Skit' hu- ?
rfi2 jiu/! Latefts Sorry mi you last! ( this YOUR HOME
; *
> .* L t1XIgJ value around II .taPPf'4 and 1 unuin't ,
'el" e week, hot f hop. you all ha t ta band ...m !.'!'ln' Jr and tnvlron ,
r3r' > | marked for lady or gentleman eMgrtlful. ( WIlY for Malls to. VREBINSPECTION
wo wWrrul Tnanluflvlnsj'' 'Int O>.rl.a of ()imunelBeach. I ,'
The ChrlstnuM party will beheld I I .pen.a Her I'tnl J birthday'Cengratutmitkme I ;t tt&.W
talking to many of r"." I "bo the HutUr daughter.tMAli .
: + -p .t 2 p. m. Lime 9. In the. )II... from VHU In ,..1I..h..1. ,I end grad lurk. f
e"nw .4 r 7 to elw J"ae that h (>p Community Church eriucaUonEAMTEKN .
r J' m,. a few pallmpl l : s sew! the flutter' wit. ,
a a' aI.bulidl fA'1 I AM before I Choi, f meat
era t. Mr.. If T Hmltn! hi l miot Non Hitler. III" and wl/ H! j.eetY
!: : STAR tell tit the |i !
rHVi5H BtTALtTHEC1TYOP' KEYgTOME? {IClQHTfl t<: : 'EFqi aA* EJ'R of her family .hare at th. lake. ty .shrug. with tK. young Mull you de/lghtful way 5.19! K. Can 1-3961
t1p XVEAJta Worthy Matron I.Oyth wttb her over the hsa4aye Her I.l ,. frlarwU... I/t. AI| Itramh, w* pent Thankaglrlny Th|

'$ AANUi K P.: MaWZfiaTFOlV X TERMOK TE>Wfrx'.wrjCViriViT J y1Na'a.ACitT11er| Nicholson hit ap0int U>* I daughter, 34,.. Twhla Me wife Ruth acv, baby' rtnug it.r. I ririffwrnen. and the Miller '

I'D Lam; LOCATEDiN3ELJE -rusr ? ), i EW 1''JliE following cofnmltf for East- Knvtl aJI Naval. A "'men went. hunting. early
r oF ,MO1'E OR5VNW3 Ortff end Mr snot Jof,.. r W. of I* N(*> '

TA I-R'A''S9' THE'K Y.wyNija .IfcHgpi *'AIBP <,VV tf' : era Star and Mason Cltrtotna Murray of JacauavUI. Mr.. I tkln /In Jarkaonrlll .*,. hereto that morning. Armirui" won.
; ANR. <
the Ortfftn witnun. the Miller
at the Masonic home In TrJ'M' ClMOftir. and inn forty ,, a b. g.t .t..n.r r, eh .

V ir "J.IMLACE JiN: (X>WLtQWDiG 'YPVR CUOICg.pFrilg; 'fopbRfilS&nQN fa 4,' 3t, PeUrsburv- Mr. Vera of PxmiMm: hit ant Mr !' brnugM a different part ul _n f.,lk*.' my mother ,
; w Mr.. Jark'umoth. .
Orruiuy. chairman trmmon unit Mr, X M. Xmltli arvlNny the tra/Mtlonal, di nr, ....l 1 Ih Itufliy ,.1 and TV I IRental.
Ward Mrs IluUi MUch e//). | of Mtark. her grvrvl-1 .? l It J..at a falMilniMon .,. Urs Eunice: Miller,

Mr*. MJji; Muhlhnfer and daughter, MY and Mr' Cheats Aunt Jo went to Ormonrl both of letneestlie look mok

\ Mrs. Helen E...>i. f>*late for IY.: .,." fit the U 0' F !in with it., ''''....M.r end family eel l will turkey, -be-1'-1. l
*1 gift U Doe IS Thry should Thu.WI' vnUo. ena0 the other gnttto -
ilLYAYFJU 1. w stile and hor" grmn-l. on &ftern'ei. Then
1 I ,Me.+ rA.l..1
MJrb be wrinl and marked for sad Mr.*. Keith on Saturday night, they all to (*>. <_**>*, mt the

+ ::9 .. broehr" of ''slst/r Anyonet' Alull" .tl matto up the fanvgt went to Jarkaanvtil for then menf'jlk and had our 'lunch
OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS EXTER: INTO 'i2AIBE wer} wishing to oontrtMt.ahaild) tl7 >U>(*thr and *.ry',' <.u.,. to r.I l.br..t.a. th. .ir 2AthWolrlmg there A irMjal enjoyable lay
ryl t; M CITT brln them to the IJK T chapter ." Anniv. early but nii*eral>>>le later. $1 1 Per Day
-ISft OF TtN YEARS COVERING APPROXIMATELY' 44 ACRlAl) rwrwJ''lAM to My, they. all .had rnry They |
'1 IARDSY BETWEEN irwvttnf i grind Um of MMr were fetal at a i>mn.r |.arly'. ,,' Until east week. ,lot roc ....J. JlifF.W POI&T.\eLEa

t DOTR1; ORTU'' SDi( ) O TIl1+ EA3T-WEST RWf WAY THii RUN Pat Orand offl/cr'' hard and >lr*. Jnw* Otltly .t the Ofnrvr. Club al (lu> 1 airs. you with thL<- IT a rnuitIIMHM ,
RIISTRIP QF'T11E 1YT4..1: r v *.*i taUv... and e- mmi *. l newt fiwmty I JIa
r nmnbvr Will: be honored: at tl/a oft on TlvMiJi>*:lvrnx mrfi IA tint Mr* Ma/yf) Itaitl. saw Ihrrmgit. life In .a !Irufckwlrtifliff ,

tAN' fX) i'OLLO ')h YOL' C1 O OP TN8 IfOS'E; TIO1 arfw l+" tM t>e t mr unVtHirTY ton TtMtr! gsa to includad Mr (.11 Aunt '" of***' *. few days springs "ir a bumpy

j >, ; Pr1C1) snow and >Ira A fi Howard *JM!I with tier ...,... and their feral rile. an l II bug hl. VMW, of

JA' :+v *y r r.A.rte 3,.. 4 .reel vc4.4 ..L aMTaw'l., Cnter the enal/WMrnrfntr of c.ooc1>L.r Kathy ..f BUfX and !.. anrl r-..r..M.4 hnm" fuse> '! aU of Mf*'. hawntla -w keep'

v ,1PPR01"Ai. *1 rT'-kP 1trilfstPFR(1L'Ai. Mr. Jo. prttn* HM. >4. sn .rv Mr,. .Ho.......'. .pMrmf'I ""' eat" of the .,..Ic .1apf.y. .... .. ",'C .h. r. 'is'.p 11 := K.: fall Ph. !M9-I771!

bd1al; Vi4 .. *_. ',,1.1 "I I Ml* T .... Ii..11. ;. 4 m 1 I \I. ., .1 \1, 1' .t" '".e ",.J \\ff .eat'.

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