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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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. : Hr.ulford.. fan. holut atir quarterback. Don Fak-oa. to their. nhwuMera. n they ,...,. I -- :I center School Superintendent Tom C'U4l'Ytill/ yoater"
day I
Flort'to. Held after whining the. Clan A stale! rhantplonMhlp. In an amaitng 8Mhutout ( > I I A Circuit Court Jury heard<< Arwood. Jnhn.D. F\Jl I"r. Mra. ., I wtk
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... o.er MaochnU.. Falron. railed every play .( the. game e.rept one*-4ialnee- tentlmony from 3d. wltnrn.se Juanlta DAM Mr. ..iM Mra. W. The Information wu school dropouts and adult I
,III.. Sun!' phnt by Tommy .....1.. I I Tueaday\ aui Wednesday In T, Crew, u. ... I. Crouu. and by Canty Wednesday' In H I I wlahllut. VlJl'"llJn,1! or toctinloAltraining 1 1I
letter from the State l>.'p ltnirnt .
the grand larceny trial of Caps ..:I. D. OariAoit. I ,
of Educnilon.tlun Can! till"
j three Jacksonville 'persona The. MX man jury lien id MIWIUou I I
and flrat-yiNir OiM'I..UIIIIj ;
chanted with looting a Lawtey testify Hint she icUiiiird Damage Suit
bii.'arta for the center\. war
home of valuable anttqura. ta her louse,. on :May 2. j
Winter Sidney K. Smith, his wife found the dunri broken la nn prc ent<*<'d| by CILlt'y0 Liar
Haven Mayor Apologizes State. DrpNituiriU In TaUnluu.Cre Against CityDismissed
fvjrtiy and Lawrence U Smith most of the furniture inlaHiim' 111111..
Thurtliy.
w t4ji.. . are chanced with breaking. and AlRO tone, "h( lull./ ,were,, tlitfrliattitellrri .
"It Un't muuh auk'
is IM we
and'entering and fr...iM l ajvceny au.' nHlolm, Mie
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'For' 'Ant t Hill' Story K!'for;" Casey said "but. w.
In the aacklng of the Land her. hiutxuid
; purl'hs.edrtel"be were. told that this .la a first.phue A dam..". milt ai.dixt. .. the
home ownd" by' Col. and Mrs. i |> ) a.A nttitloni'd over- City of HUrke by tester T
allocation
"' to net UK
,. D. Hilt Mayae ., Winter Niter ...*. HarlUad.Th will not let IhU. affect your Wtlllam Wllnon. tust 'of."Law-,.' I ..... started h.. ." Ciewa. 1 local dru (liit, has been
& center "
..._ ,Ibis week aaeJe*, major wrotai. eplnfon .' Winter. Haven t-*,.. Milt I" : Wllusmi. aaM. ''aha hnd The on forted a were earmarked, dlnniuvted. by Circuit Court. "

I abed far wb.l be termed ."Thanka for ealUnc try attention and will rrtarn. and vl.ll s. The Wilson home wa looted! 1 returned. In the house, after -i..r for, construction of aU ali.|Mwttli Judue John A. H. Murplirre.In .

A>m Immature wrlter'a badrnolc "the. very UI .Inf_- In.. th. near. feture."C.nr.telaltons. xometme( b..tw"," ''rf'bruray 1 teMpI!' A letter tom( 'Flut'Ids 'ctamrootni for each, and
ef word hi deaerlb- 'ed' ,,.Bnneteiaary. wilts..... In an a and April 7 of tht*' yeair. MoatOf rVwet' A lillit Co. on April 20.'rh. I.tal.ae I for adniliiHlratloii! and Crew alleged that on let,, 5IBM. .

.tag Starke a*,":n' site hinrwHh ear Weal! ....... I >*ertaletywairt.i fin football ....n. I'nfortanately. the fu'iilture! and household .. rtteri; she UptUlvd. 1IIk1 ineclianlcal >> electric current aupulU-d

.p(. aM.... ef.filling aU.* .......... fee, an I did{ not get t. ere furnbhlnes: Including two that a ''rnaipany" meter.. trader RclHHjl purpoaea.Thd Board had aul>- by Btarke'a municipal power 't

u.114 a port office*.. .munatare. writer .bad eheWe four team play, bat from all rryMkl rhandeUr! were atolrp bad) beriv' oil.th. premlaoa 'of nitltrd a. c-uiuti-iu-tlon: basset' plan* dropped to 70 -volts'snd D

j The major'a letter we .*. ., war.**. We de .net appreciate rrprta ,.u ha.e. whla In the b1In1.", Alp Jak.n her ham and ivou-d.th* house. of 740 000. .Ij..a first year that B.. a result, an alrron.dltloner r

renae't' t* ...Jame* .Temple. wrtteaa. af thin' kind bang t._'. I ....... nal a4vlae were, *f vrral. a.\tc.. Mil(!t1brd$ .J k anpervfcilnf prtncfjmt wf"; ..*>.lng-..,.. Wln er'Haven, Winter'<< Haven (a play' ,* antUtuea-. ,-copper. brass arvjchhta. ..t the State Deprtmenl. ..*.11.0 f the'patent of 16:11.: 1 1i

Bradfordvalor High nor .. .we ,........ It. ,.. .. ef _..." Many of the item*' wi"ia.b" about tuyalueoI Of the 1339,000 total appror.ad Through IU .Uon.J ...-i .. .. ..." .-
&boGL who had written. HillValUng ri 1( perae/karir.. ...... .been Tb ...,...'* apology. :ate stolen were de erlberl! a* Itteplareah .", .the) p tn>erty .wl""", Mra.WllMin for construction. tl2D.no Lance Laaenby Jr of Onliiea-

; hU'" attention' t. 'tit.rent.1 .la '$tare Irony Untea and MMinted. lhat .*'. /".","",. e. :Tutal value,, of ,*JI rrrtlk-J that till. cl>.n- I It state money niado, avallablt yllle. the city denied reapunalbllltv QUEEN: ABDICATES

\ rtlrto. .by Wl.* think'yea? ..... .. leeeb.It,. who a.*. forwarded. .his. ap.. the property taken ha..'.-., dells'rs I" alone. were wotUt over through. the "hlKli!'r ducatton for UiedamaRe. and! said

,ler Haven Newa-Cblef. sport.i I ".....I.'i' ,....*' that ,n ....... thU week.' t' been determined. I30PO!:, I' bind, laiuie" and Ute ".urpl''... further. that the plaintiff NlraMlierry" Mueeii. llunna. !Manning. > nf I'alatkit... who will

At'' the time of the burglarythe Mr. O"km tenttrieU that I collecllmi" bond I...UB. The r*< should have had the alr-eon, MHHI reixiiiHre. her title. In. enter III. realm of lrlmnny.. ', waweafarewrll

i WIHona were. Uvln.. atBarkfaUile wlien Mw'went. to UKlAtinf '' nlalning10x! .:280 f I b Frvlera'. dltloner protected: by a circuit form. lha fhajiilwr. of Coninterr. bare In ,heat Thnra-
.. Air...* BM InLou"l.n. ( after. receiving' a plMntrail ; breaker' ,
/nvrniry.. vvallaMe. under the. VoOIUon.1 day nlghla. ( .lirUlnMo. rtule.. Arr, .. In the rule. '
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nllng onlyw
.. here Col. Wilson. /fn>m- her sister. ;and fount t ,. Judea Murphree dlamlaaod. p
Rducallun Act of 1103* :
Public Wants Courthouse .WM stationed with the U. H the place ta be. shambles.. I \ Casey. itald that surveyteam the milt following a hearingIn :Ml. ran rule aa Him wherry. ( "._. a.. runner-up TiuulaI'ltnn

\. f. They purchased the The limit" d nor was aUildlltM9roi train: Urn Slate Depiirt- Oalneavllle' on 1)I!(<.rnbrr D will ..ar.emto. Hi. Ih........ Oilier" <'hrNttmna. purailoHrliire

hoiia" I the former Annln' : >ped. open and alnxwteverythlnt I mint will be her In Januaryto ( nn. .pwge twn.
home), .tens than.a mile from was one. Hha eaU
rteteiniluo' whrr,. the, renter
Built Near Present OnePublic the east Iwtejr limits, Mretirement a rd the. alierlfra. office"' from should hit hx'Htrd. and that DisappointingPecan Of Dress Shop
Lawteyand reported the bur-
home.Teitlfylng .
I i Uru will\ be prepared ,* acorn\ Season
for the Mate Tues. gtayy.birs.. _
JUt possible after that. "We I
da,. afternoon before Circuit M.<1ali> _.H that. slit ; hop ti> be reaJy. to let the Four Charged]
opinion aa expressed at a meeting In the courthouse Tuesday Jttdxe J. C. Adklu Jr, were iad, live In 'her parent limn -ontract around July 1," lie Closed Thurs.

night wan near-unanimous in favor of building Bradford County' new court Mr. Wilson and Ir Mater t Imprint January 1 Iltll\! and alaf I

house as near to the prevent structure as OlUllble.m. \t 1'11. Jiirqiirlln Atom and! itayH there. .a r few dais InUairh. nald.The acliixil will bo d "Une<.J Jto A somewhat dlnappotntlnrpernn .

17 unrated .itaaiwere daughter.' Mra. Muriel UeCUIii. When 'I..n. til-. : II aln Junior and rVnlnr aenaontiolh. In .Volumean With

dlaeuaaod at the mooting Drvity. Robert ).(nlck.R. 'J1IW, sibs Aakl. It wall larked .. BurglaryA
keg out. .Ma faclltUaa* and build- fr .. donate!t. .located on high achorjl students hUh. railed by the County Cbmmla-. big up in between them. *l,|I rarmera. Market Road. *'vat. of O rianrby, Mr. Margaret. ICntinned cm Pa,' Twol] I with II.HO3' .pounds., aoklt
.ton and attended by a large too .. the flnnl. aiM-tkm'' nn the
a prejutttrad.
however
ay
former MUrkerify policenail with other article. alt' itolen"
group of Interveted cttlaona.A bocauno I havo tot I 301.hlOC'k Hlarko, market., Average. pricefor
unlfte-1 front waa prevented elU-Vho ..dded.I" property containing reidnr f h. aisle, wn 15 M' rentner and three Uirul women from tl!.'.. ware found br
by th. boalnoaamrn who of Mra. C A. Knight t ant former ere .rJ'tI ate d i tut. week In con City' offluvra In Ute car. a t Uu tClllrf
a round-robin sampling .pound with a gro < rrtlir"in
Mitch KdwardM: Mme ,
Ut irclinn wlui' 'hft' *r bur- &I1141.
argued that to move newCnrrthauC .
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of opinion, conducted by Commlfe I 1 I I grower of I204HH7.Average
any' moattterabi r"endll"m Brwodway to fury of I.ella'a |>IM Shop| on I ItOMer sold that folVnwltig -
(lent'
Chairman fk.wt Roberta prlreo pall, for
>n
Hay and from Call to CenterMr
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a.t: Call Street timely arrest two Of the
dutanco from UMI prrovnt con-1, .v.ryon..1. who vole 'Ins. vnrlrt'e. were n* yollnw."nrtl. .. .
tral uMnM. dUitrVt$ would "' .- endorawl the ***,*. approJlLmat.IT, four .. 117.1: Irn..v.. lit An"ft. f l1..n.. Kuth //Bode., 11: If4r three girls' made. aUtemenU. '
ad
an .
...'. and I I, optnton act. \\ Molnar. 17.; ant) I'klrlcU 1 lit which"" they kiinittMl having
rupt tho to. amnocny "rloao In a* ......1..1." ..rgwmeet. ...... II: |III); MnneyntiikorMilling a
bring a tan nf property vats. .tOld' Card property al' 1112; ,N *, lOfMt, 14......-.. '\.nn\ 11u' Ike :33.:: were i a/r ,std | committed the burglary Both. 1
t..a corner of Call ami ''V. CUV ,llr. of II.-''" Wetlnen abttemeaU weru.. ki iM'd. ROaaer
etroot.! I IAUbo lH
uea on Call I f Tho 17 .lorattooa .afgeoted'pnealble ''' Water 1771 Xtnarla. 3137' ; Kroethrt .
lOt
BtrmAa. of
tIgb aevonUmitlyuicl.. lying .y afterniKin tall( g I
IU 1>> aita were: the. munirlpal. power| pteM.K. 37ftO tllenn 'l'fI' WINr' ("t_. f'M aabl.The. tlKUIvtil !the Chief aaM.nrrtirtrd
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t tho 1
attea were. of only I I .American: tyeyion property'I! .. Total volume, for the ...,.....'
peranu qu tKm about 3:30: a. m. I
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abtUty of a .d..1 with MO foot" fnxrtag'on and .Ch..IoLft> cHreetaone -ii: mora. than "half of ,lest. t .........'. mull person to. .h>> charged lu !Monday, Dee. .. II* ..""", toeS

was Whore )t. UJI. 301 and 430 teat "P.I. !I block weal of CotsrMy Jail liwl 14,760) poumla.. ftelurna tigrower h* dress attop burglary, wanken I the value of the clothing and
who offered hit Now r.n..1arI4. U IT. Morgan property off : this t..tle.. into .ctHlody. rrw.., titnrfnt \ arc'-aeOrle"" .*. Olt", to be around
Btock of frpnttng year
t property I Ml. weal of Kayo Rtathsr.Property '
rr Motel property .* a poi I|I. by alintfla,' depptl.sl. < < 'loo.: .
l, o. Temple Avenue I ILL SOU.1lw1id ,. north of Jack- .. .21".1. lea then hAil o'
.tblo location. i Summers _let ho thuMfht I! New Method. 0........ and arm and named lit.. between ncliHln Walnut... old W M., 1 Ar9: : I Average' jTlre ,per pound. Inc Al the time of r their .rr...,*. L: by tn.+'no Hady.nd Lee ;

that tlM growth of Mar ho' oUter tttnII\otI1Id".o\ hi Ui e and r the ae.*...'" was '14 M ,._1., r 11 loin I..r""nt'd'. In their I Moorer !In. tiv-lr at"tem!nU

would M aT e ded by pre-d- 1 blo. <..h; .and tenortvg w.... Into I deM B.rlta.-. Annve. otlwr fei4I'roperlr L- : <'tnii ." around. ......n cent. (.MHMcaal'in, aotn,{. of'. 'the article I! Use two women said that [)Lane t tbrut.
if clothing. atolen from the11re .c the glass! In the front
i last! of
Plait Street Pkiyxrbund fmfrty. e.e from year'a average
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belonging t f s 31 20 .... aiop) 'lit Uui rady, morung \ door ttt Hi.. liana shop' with a

J I'M' OK 111tHXmas -Kaigbfa. Sabdtrtvfcm property i Stern Nortl property t tying on jnuth.101 of"Houlh.W A. 1: ':4'' 'P.f f rf tee. Market. Manager' Phil' Crank hobs,' txilli-e ask. oft 4rink bf>ttle. According: to
'I The three women, were .t.t.fom.nt.t, Lee reached .In
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t>etw_ Tempte Avnue] W T Jarkaun l 1M hlle. aald! Ih* market U already
Party and Railroad llykig. eaM of / aotitll of A tor pmfwrtyhint Creekon preparing.. for .,..........r'. eiie-. 'haff 4 with breaking and say unl"i'kd the door Both

Tempo. Motel". and with mnaM :Ml Sovta. Up It.! .na .. the neat lul"lt,. II. .enterlni. .with Intrnt to c mrnHf I I tlrU al4 that> Patrkl Ann

And Dance frontage on 30LPwp.rty Old Btarke ..1'1 t the .prrifi here "looUa. g
--- partially owned Dry CtMneraloration : but hat) << more told l weathrM f-irh. nf UM three walvr r the lime of (the robbery She
Sat.t nc. i IP\\ by K.: w. I F"1... Ml "i iirarlh and adjuining. propertybetween Water'I'1 "......, tn hold production. ... preliminary. hearing .brfor' they, .....1, stayed at the cotI .

7 to 1 11 1 I I.. >l. tit Holiday. Inn and ....... Wreetm.I / M. flair and hark until 1 the regular ..._.> Crln'' .....,1(. T A Y.wttt I tale. wher. the three women

Recreation (.' nt.rCmbWon of Kayo Station ....,.,...Irnat.. the art.t spring. .rtluretSe, "fl'flilln/1,, Bend WILt ,t, hid born Hying,. After the hilT.
Conrladlmr ( meMbig
..\ : Free ty four acre*, -wrlh amund 3)OIL 'I Chairman t ) the Ant Florida heb >.,,_ win ..t .e Yl Od1p' each I KUry.{ Dun and. Lee returned

fmntaero on 3O1 and .st"",," t".U fViberta tan U.aakfdI meeting'I't 4a,_ i '"* .....I..hl. from the MltmJre I Cream .... n t'6tIl..L frum to tn ao<'t'lIa off art l too.hmt
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-- lie weX :300 feet.Howta uig Ihe''I r rA # .ln. this, into, r.k.hi' lartow to flark* Halur-l.ty by riot n4( tFM.\ city. limits accord.
their and
for /ln e-ert, old
on SOI atartlng" at iwid.TO,. IIr""t" Cntt Sierifr.4ep'u hi c l.) tnHf, UlementA.
Xmas Program afaetU DL and. eatendmg< MAirwttir .uc.-tone.! with, amxnpanr .l.s.. IIII' ,.'.s. the .name unseal ,lads Urwo.ered: by
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Slate Prison bulk Macon anrluHinglocation tg aketrllM nf the pwp.rty.warts s/tl/K \Yi'hl'l'iPlrI ... eharve a* the three women. ;1:' ofiu-eta during their' Inveatl
be rertewed with architect '
of present ArdeHOiMlvy I '.':,\U" r.: ro'wrMay. lie' MUH! 1I'.Leo'" at' a-aiioti led ta the arrest of the
Frank .
Otoor.fll' a IJ: .11/10> I IArenrdliur three fir I*. Chief fuwwer aald.
Tu-. Dec. 21 and Harm homeo; appranmatety I .
.Anal dx-lomn .la made. I ''r lt..n>..| r fMtlyleirn /sit PrdkeChief ,
P. M.Thh I. a.. area wale to CUr He added that one of the glrU
1:30 One or two ..-ua... raatinned ", roonwrtnte*! to the. CnrnmtwiMy .
4.O ft. frontage on alii.r I BlM RflMef, the women was aen Tueoctay wearing
the .board that If tooamirh JAYCEES LAUNCH TREE SALE
flrowth and '
r-"P'
r W. A. Stan p..i17a..lb had with them at the & i I some of U>a> stolen&! clothing.
wmney ...-at for the merit Committee of the stolen I'
ContributedWeekly Spa arte. there might not be enough .. .. It... ,, _. Ma .-giM> of Mnnir |.YMr.I. '
Ml. tr.- .r. a.c'T-.a avail trfce Joynwo lavarkwd. Ibew. of f brIMaa.. frogs sa.dryi items The Chief. al4. the three i force for: wine ate month .
,to PnblhrlieCommonitr able. left forb..nurtbouu.... ....., ammal/ ChrtMaaa* ,..,., for ...-..ett. eb. .Meen *.*mtf ejwvrwlag. .la Ihe. ...,.t I''ft" was _.nnaw..lhM women. were arrretatf about 3 and was dUrhargnd about two I

Event' by Jo-At. MotH prnfMtrty.anutb On .one We joint. all wr MetaMdt r.......... flafl. Ajaaaig tlka flrM eaatneaara .. wire. a .Ireo ... !t. i I ll. will aorvo BJ. vice ehalrmanf I p m Wednesday IX .. -I j ....". ago, Roar Mid. \

The CommunityState on M'. acrnaa. fromTMaa your agreed:Job." aeveral nVMt envy toW you the' mmth-old Teo.ya 4_ ., the. .M..le fun, ambled a>y .bar .UUr., ....u.. 1.1'..... f The ni the appotr.tmen rommntte*Will Print nuxl...M4.* by'I' they were drlvtn, .,'don' WaiinIngton ''' Crew* .was tropllcated In the

Bank "' ..,.. property. : bnanL .e.aalag ,lh. rats (from leftl. t M. r, ........ l r.' Harry Urm m. and <. M* ekMnM.The ,| C1evelnn. Inane tit Clearwater ;| << Htr..' HklrU. *!U Olan prafMrty. -. i d.......... and awealern. along i I Continued On Pall. TwolI
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a.1..ha.aeall. Crow ae. Ml West .Madison."< aer oM fre a> A"' .. l>n g nC,_. flaw f>r. I
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4 ; of School Bradford.will be'held.County Thursday High Is Under Way .,.... .". .:i iij:::

Dee; 23, in the, Starke Wom- ..: > ....,
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: GLADYS MOOTY hgy a an's Club from 8:30: until 12 i:,:
+ l+ nothing ,,8i )
? o'clock. -I believe there Is ::
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Phone______964-0651_ ,c more Important than making i 4 'V'' j :!:)\\l''t),{ ';' I..h.I! :
u + gut. every baby born In thtcountry .'.:: (

:i; v _' Dail-Dempsey has the best chance \\
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moor Miss Louise Stern and Mrs. dyt4c : develop Into normal, health }+, .

: of Blackshear. Oa. are spending M. W. Lance attended a piano 1. O. Dali and Mrs. MallieDeHPHY person.; That's why I am work: f"u." i

the weekend with Mr. and recital at Jacksonville. University w...-* married In Into we that we have a sue V I M" 4
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: Mrs. J. W; .R1\h\;; 'and: Mv&. Saturday afternoon, Folkston 1 : : Oa. on Noember 12. ceitful drive hire this January -
,. .". where of Miss Stern'sJacksonville Ii'' They are residing at Dempsey '"
Dally Ferryman f/; two V'r ." declared Chris Parkw a fh r t
; 2 ar..ad Mrs' : dip rtU Anthony pupils partici Motel in Starke. ., accepted the Bradta" '

S and :Ion ot 'V JacksonvilleBench' pated. County: CTvolrman-h-5! of th .' d' ,

were weekend guests of r. ''Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and 57,002 Given IMS Mar o* Dimes Cam .ii';" II

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett; Mtos Olorla Johns of Jacksonville paljm ti fight birth ;fefezti.Th :: "
Miss Madge Middleton and will be Sunday visitors of .,, .
.. [ In BradfordFor thocklni fast:! that thnotion' :+)
: Ruth attended Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Miss '.
Mrs. Frazler a r*?<"ne O/m.in:: mead .

: the initiation ceremonies of Annie Darby. ... ', ', TB Seals enlOmfc! will bs! Trfxmsftlr "' : t,'.

a KAPPA Delta PI Thursday Mr. and Mrs. William L .. .: ,' .. ,), for betwen 15000 -M 2000 :' '. ,. r
night at the A.tlantlo'Coast Harrison and:! family of Way- ,., \, .
IiI'' .. birth defect MMs I this y eu ,.' .". ..',
Unit building, In Jacksonville..Admitted cross Oa. spent Sunday with ., ;. .. : ''Bradford County has con- '
.'A'' ._'#,;.'" 'I' ,01'' : should l rsn-hrt r.' all of tb .. .. ...
-. .; to Doctor's Hostfrl Mr. and Mrs. A. S, Harrlsor d : .:" #.;.!r1 \ trt: ul.d a total c:.!.$i.002.t.) "'fiou 'n'ss! h', the N. th iefrOrrr4fem. "

: : thW "Wrtk aTlo: lest e ere! <: ;: fie 1985! C'irlitmat Seal cam ," slid: Mr. Parker.

*>Voe of Stark; Emma Sue ''Carol S3rtn'ancl Freemar paign. Philip Cronkh te. Seal "Oerman measles, ,,1e.nft' ,

: Il'K'f( of Brooker: ; Bornje'Lod Register III will ba home Saturday "' ; "" !,;", ." .s'jle chairman repo.Ud. tht1 this heavy toll k rel;:' n1iblt \.'
+""oIeker of' 'Lake Butler, and : from Athens College .,,"l'' ;''t''' "' / week.. 'or onlv a few of Err: man j. .

: Trace Beasley of Hawthorne Athens, Ala. for the holidays ," :.: I "We med an answer to hundred birth de'ert ltn*.., \ .,

._Mrs. Gustav Patz of Salem Mr. and Mr*. R. O. nebs > I every Christmas Seal letter to to medical ssfence .defeat::

NI.J. arrive* Wednesday( t" visited Mr.' and Mrs. J. B i helm. with the important: work which OCAUT In an estimatei |B gBHMMH '* B HH 1 "

: prnrt ynfl) V iHny3) : and M-s P!': d. Pat:*! Charles J. Davis of Leesburgwas '!a.e Avjociaion; of Northeast year," he at*:"d. .evy A. Canova Given

Mr ani Mr:*. Censer' P.'rryrr I visiting Mrs. L A. Davt riorida.: Cronkhite declared.: March> of Dlmei nrxwt'' I

: 'im of Jack>< vine1 ,,':pre>,'last Saturday. V When you an-wer your eclenttsls'hri', ?, .t be n rt wo*' ; For Scientific AchievementLevy

vt t.I.t' .JJeli'e b xL'sirs. E. K. I Steve Denmark and Jbnmr d' Christmas Seal Vtter you are rrt t'>. German :\\ofJ.! "s pros' ,

.S P"rr>man over the weekend. I Smith of Gordon ,Military College giving your backing to an op- :Jem for OKM time an-" e'nlt Jr. of Jasrsonvllle ::' Olidden's Jacksonvr.l Orgsn'si.:
Mrs W Warminrton and da. will arrive Friday; foil VLA i-ation lor the p-otection of R52 In the March of DmrFund A. Canova\ Starke Chemicals Division research 1
] of
Martha: and f .C.uto ,I holidays. ." 'ealth for ant: formerly:
dall'J not only
teu" you
It n,,, iro'n' n'(e aIn employe"of TGx.tlen staff, was recognized for his I
Sanford M.wtv' an* Mrs. F.-. Wv Strfcklarid an > family but n.l.h- one of two
: of were/ i : ur y>ur 4Jhllted research ii Pfe&: r ht: investigation and development: !
who
Tuesday sgWsts\ of Mr. andS :Daughters- win go to Delan -. -. bor's.; the comm 1nt"8: an' !eeehee Company rrte'.ve'! tr9C5 of synthetic: flavoring oi's -

nfrs. I* N. Pickering. : Saturday to pick up j Slain: \ ''''-''vbody'." the chairman anntim-fn"' the malrirf teen fleeted tt Aww spearmint, peppermint. l lmo,

: Byron Terwtllf'ga'r'I1It' un- I Strickland at Stetson University 'r i : said.Pait () the USlt< Campaign] Com : Cwl?.ht P.Once sclentifrchl nd: lime. Daring II four-year!

a tiei-R.) surgery Friday In Brads ,, for the holidays.Mr. __ 5, of the cont'Pjtlonrielps 'nlrtees; Parker ""let"l air 'or outstanding inalysli of the natural oils'

: frxl, Count: Hospital. and Mrs David! Brown :lw v.h to locate the quarter oft highly plca.<< .*,.j that si man' ''!vment. Mf Canova determined:! their'

... Rev. and Mrs J. R. :Brab- ing and daughter were in Fer- V : r million peonle! wn! each yea' f our pmnln'nt tine cry. Presentation of the A Hurt nyt. '.comomtk' and -..* able to.
: ham and Mrs, Titu Olson attended nandlna Becn on Sundae I set exposed to actlv caws of "Of.JaJ learte-s have accepted! f 111)0 el was male at synthetically.
k--; triplicate them
house" visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edward .""'ercuIO'lI... : In Cleveland. Ohio :on Novem
S "open Thursday I ne pontej: out 'JI) It1on.. of responsibility" forM Associated with OllddntjInce !
'.. at the home'' of Rev And Mr. *. : V: .- The newly exposed cases are' the ...reh of Dimes Campalgrthis her 23. attended by top. com 1959. Mr. Canova recelv-j

.1, M. SIkes In Gainesville, thee Mrs. W T. OU1 undwwen' I I I .:'; .. tuberculin tested and. If necessary January. pan officials.! In chemistryrom
d a B. 8. degree
..
member o.
ail knee last In I Mr. Canova. ,
Friday medical
for .
strict parsonage surgery I' measures are ActlvUhn planned are .- the Vnlverslty of Flor.;
: Methodist,District officers St. .Vincent's Hospital. taken to .
'paator prevent the development follows: Mother's March on Ida. He Ik J. graduate of Bradford -'
: and their families.Mrs. Dr. anj: Mrs O. L. Hayne- of active dlaeaxe. January 21. headed by Betty Yule Party Held County High School.
Bobby Crawford /visitV and daughter, Anne were InHattIMbur. :: Another slice of ChristmasSeal I Jan Morgan and the Junior

:
: -Jr.' and family in Lake City: Wednesday of last week visit health activity, which Includesfforts Bobby Allen wtn Head up the

a Tuesday.Local .- ing their daughter Marcia at to stimulate the workof business solicitation phase, Youth Fellowship

: i admittances to Brad William-Carer College, and CHRISTMAS, PARADE official health departments and Sarah Torode Is In charger Youth Fel-
Presbyterian
The
ford County Hospital this attendingthe homecoming In fighting TB. Still another the school campaign Harold '

: week! include: Billy Overstreet. weekend. Marela also participated segment helps support medical Davis. J. H. V IListf. anl Wwship held a Christmas par i I
Santa Claim, us. iiHiiul. wits the center of attention In Starke'n 26-unll.-Chamber .. ty last Saturday ntvhl at lh>
Zane Brooks. Mrs.Mary Jarvt In the beauty pageant education and research!' : to 1m- Leonard tfoegtl .
of C numrr.. nponwirml ClirlHtniaM parade lint Thumlay night. U'Me-eyod yoongHtrrn are placing home of Ju'ge and Mrs. T. A
: .)Mrs.. Ida Jones, .Ray Stone, on Tuesday MrsHaynes spent prove: medicine's effectiveness the familiar coin collectors In
Mrs. Elsa Starke Mrs. Stella Wednesday to Sunday In Decatur iiiunrhml free Bandy' an. they told Santa their heart'. dmlre. against the dtseaw. And a businesses around the Yawn Jr. on Ralforl Road.

; Rhoden. Mrs. Jessie Roddy. Oa. with Mr. and Mrs. Lower loft: The Funster. Band, hew!' musical. ( 7)) orgunlzatlon of. the $tarhe tood-tizecl chunk goes to help Teenage Program countyThe. thl The 20 yount folk enloyeiJ

and Mrs. Maggie Ollason. all 1 George Stevenson. ',"oman'" Club prm-ldeil, u hit of frivolity for the parade. n year-round program of pub- fear will be under the direction a weiner roast in the yard. W1ancinnlrt

of Starker Mrs. Carrie Eceles MIMI Betsy Matthews" who U Lower right: "Hven Ilnulfurd County's ancient ("ourUIO'I.nJoyln.. what..might Me! education on how to lick of Bill! Costello with ca>- the gangs during

.. and Bobby Eversole of Mel attending Brenau Academy in prove to he It* lust. ClirUtmttfi. got all lit up for the occasion.Mr. J < the TB germ by really trying. :able assistance from John the evening. The garage[ warvavly

rose! ; Mrs. Annie Smith of Gainesville, Oa., will arriver I Besides!! this, a contributionto Spengler. Frank Williams and decorIffwith red an'whits
: Parkj'Mrs.: Baner Ro Friday for the Christmas holi the ChrUtmas Seal cape p p'!r streamT
Orange campaign ; Jimmy Dou"las. Th!
from Special
truck ;his'company and th refreshment tablr
: tier of Lawtey;, Miss Debra .: and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns also helps support an Events Committee for the 1M8 *
: Godwin of Keystone Heights; days.Mrs.. Grace Van Pelt of 1519 and daughter, Kathleen, were in Tampa) over the week around 4 p. m." on March' 3t Increasing program of activities t Campaign has a number of was overlaid with a Chrlstma
The man, h !laId, had also cloth end centered by a mini-
a and Mrs. Shirley Norman of Geiger Road was among the had as weekend guests at their end visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. to fight respiratory diseases unusual events planned. M> F.Kerthntr. .
rented a dollle which he .de ature Christmas tree.
: Hampton. 15 Manpower'\ Training graduates camp in the Scrub: Jimmy Wescott. other than TB. Jerri Johns, Barbara .
E Hallmark Card. "When 700: who. received diplomas ScfoulU of. Jacksonville Char- Nora Jean Rhoden celebrated scribed as a ,.typalof, hand .'That's a lot of mileage per Hulkk. Martha jilnji. Bobby Awlrtlnit the Yawns lr
care enough to end the very 'last Friday night in Gainesville les Fowler and Dr. 'Donald her tenth birthday Tues truck used In. moving, heavy dollar for :your contribution to Allen Frank Williams Norman chaperoning! the partr'wer'Mr.

beet Name stamped In gold after completing a 15- Chubb of Winter Park and day evening with a party fora objects. health supporting effort." Ketchle. and Randy Oow- and Mrs. Marc Jackson.

: Quick service. Bullling-ton's. week course In small gasoline Tommy Harper of Starke. few friends Birthday cake Fowler said the truck had Cronkhite commented. an ant hard: at work on this
> Jerome D. Bruce of PolatkaJ3s engine repair. traveled 119 miles *'h.n it was
Mrs. Nora Thompson has returned ani ice cream were enjoyed. phase of the campaign.! I
: ::: a patient In the StarkeNursing Mrs. J. E. Hardy was Inflames to her home in Beverly returned at noon the following Graham Man "What we
are
really trying
.. day. lie could not Identify the THOUGHT FOR'1TODAY ,
Home. City from Thursday tot
Hills Calif, after three to do In the March: of Dimes."
: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morris o Sunday visiting her brother man who rented, the truck
weeks visit with her son-in- Faces declared: Parker "is to find
Wichita-, Kan. were Saturdayw'ltlslt in-law. John Evans who IS law and daughter Mr. and 4 Charged In however. ChargeIn the answer to the tragic ques-
<>rs of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. 111. Mrs. Bass, a .rtcltfhbor of the
critically
Mrs. Clarence Rho must be a lH by
Smiths testified, that Smith I Shine Raid
Thompson Jr. Miss Phyllis Haddock, as s Archie Green of Chicago.. million of American-mother
e Mrs. Foster 6hl Smith and representative of the Methodist 111. will arrive Friday: to spend Dress Shop Theft I Ir came to her horne tn Jacksonville "Why did this have to happen ,
a -round May 1 and used
Mrs. Walla Upsey attended a Student Club at St. Johns the holidays with his mother, Charges of possession of a to my baby roo I II
'"Tnncheon Saturday. given by River Junior College was a Mrs,.L. J. Green. : her phone to place an ad In moonshine still were filed here-
: Mrs. J. W. Terry at the Holiday I Continued From Page Oriel, the Florida Times-Union: for
participant In the Ormen Lang Dr D.. W. Whlffen attendod Monday against Stall Mack .. '
the
sole a'
of
:: Inn in Lake City. yearbook contest last Friday I a three-day administrative development turned up during the' in'l stli'atlon. -. and a freeilo: r. ,beoJroom suite Abernathy of Oraham by Plastic Notebook .is a'. UiTELCORArH. > + r ,

Joanne Garner of Jackson- night. at the 0011__. program; sponsoredby Warrants for his arrest Mr. and Mr..}CnllVll also of Floyd !Bennett state baverage e
yille spent Monday to Thursday the American agent.
: Miss Janet Hardy arrived Optometric were issued Thursday. A statewide Jacksonville, '
with her' grandparents, Thursday from the Universityof Assn. in Miami this week. alert resulted In his trstlMoct! they Abernathy was arrest. *:* in a
cap- contacted: the
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade. Georgia- for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. ture by sheriffs deputies: In the frcwcsr. Smiths about raid conducted by state bever.s I I
Mrs. Crew
Mrs. Merrill Struth will be Your Christmas' Photo* W B. Mundy and Mis. J. B. Bartow. said e agents end Bradford
S in Atlanta. Oa. Friday and will 1 Sapp she paid t00! .3 the Smith County sheriff1 demiUer II
crahple Headquarters. MovieCamera. were Sunrtuv dinner Two sweaters: a pocket: book and He
prod' da
rc:!
: be accompanied home for the Projector Polaroid guests of Mr. and !Mrs. Keith and a nightgown, part of the May 6 which receipt date was caught at the tit. of the t.5 I
she
S holidays by her daughter- Vlkt. Screen. Tap. Recorders. etc Ollllng'ham in Jacksonville. loot from the dress sx! Ip.> .were. made out by Mrs. mlth.nld was still!, which WM full of mann

who Is attending} the Fashion Bulllngton's. It'2t 12,2:, :$,, Mrs Da.'Id':' Montgomery anlchlllren found;! in Crews' possession" at State Attorney T and in operation at the time. ?
Institute 'of America r I. K. Doncan -
I. spent S.ituriay: and the time of his arre< assistant.
l' Sunday with her_H_ .narent----nn.! iwr.... mter a-jmlttetf:! the! stolen srtt FUtch" itmie1' tli Mack Theron Yawn set bond ht \h e
enta.
and M. H. prp amount of 3.000
e L.
Tolbert. In cleft! had ben liven h'm by tlon Of'the returnable on r
stateess' Wed-
CONGRATULATIONSTDRIIIIDOES Lake dfy. the girls, the shier said. net:'..., momrns The sit Dee. 19. when a hearing wU 1
Mr. and 111-.. W. II. Njllman m.nI bh ld.
RoM'
r said Monday that !bury hard; soma fife hours of .1 Charley
returned/ I
? : Frldny from a six most of the clothing stolen .

; weeks Medlterannean Cruise. from the dress shop had been : .testimony ,before the Wilson home
While In Africa rested Itt-ioa at S In Lawtty. E.
Mrs. Nollman state
j recovered. ''WtdnHday'ternGOn.. I' Many of the
fell and was Item of f.r- PASTOR
hospitalised for D. L. RAMSEY
The three girls ant Crews .
: two weeks! in Casablanca. 8U, B. Ax Moore of the nllar and householj furnishIngs Johnaabout
have all .
Peen released from
) val County ehertffs office purchased: by dealers
Bibles, w r*
i RlllfolcN, et. N.,me jail upon posting Mare. arrival t I haft ....... .
y. In void and stamped.. Rnllllnir.ton' $3,000 bocd: testified that tie searched th* Introduced: as I'ldeneeTraYia this my year city' overky.d ,
each. Smith home on May '. Mrs. Blalock of Jackson'vil' question r with Ute epen-heart. H>rp. .to. y*. lam

: CLASS A Mr. and Mrs. H.132 A.; 4t 13,2-1,, I Wilson wan present at the :> testified. that 1M rented a "We had a kitchen fire folks .haw. glum. me art my family. II....lb>.,

visited the strphen Foster! Ume he said,. and tdentiflediwveral bulldtn in JacksonvUl to 8. that reread t. the living I I wmld like U ......<;. yea today T+rrtHt. .f

"' STATE CHAMPIONS! Memorial on Sunday after 26 TestifyIn other articles piece pf', furniture and 'R.March Smith' IT and lOaM time between room before being extinguished. what. Criarrn; &laUat''MJctae' emfcrae. I. Ma

noon. 'found In the April II. and The fire damacewasn't Real nort.,....
Jim Smith :,borne las being her that Smith opened a furniture
'. the Jackson of Jacksonvillewas property, e. (tor* In the building. too bad. but you' Today. religion popular, bat t. WMtlaHy Cbrt.-

for Jerome weekend hunting. guestof Antique Trial Another Duval County officer Blalock: said IbM Dun' hoald Me the IM.M from k> prailtor. Thy wen rmltadml 1lrbaUw

N Phillip at their John ant; son Sgt.. Hanson. testified he County officers searched th/ the smoke and ..u. -We at Aattarh ......_ they won like OrheIf

OUR MONEY on Crystal Lake.summer home arrested 1. U Smith at hu: building and DhotonaDbed- have only I200O Hemehold. -r Cartetlaalty d_', make r. rtumiM Ckrlt..
[tContlnued
From
: -Mr.- ana. -Mrs.- Jimmy liazen Page Onel home in Jactotonvllle on May ....ral-pJeeea of furnitur;*: Fire Insurance! but SSOOOdamat and If ethers. wh*. UM>y look at ... eanaot mdWly

'" You Are The Best I of Gainesville and Mr. and and fully furnished. 7. Hanson said a search Of the Attorneys Oene Shaw and to furnishing t. r.mteded ., rtirtel through our ........, .......
house
Anywhere Mrs. Max Dan by. the FPAL employeewho turned uo several It-tns Porter Kngram were scheduled Would
Furlong of TUton. the added insurance a.4. B..orlatlo then maybe It te Mm for a B..mnirUnumloatloa.
(' went to the house identified as. belonging to Mrs. to begin presentation of tlwtchtm.se
\ to check
: spent the "
hare !I.
ROM THE weekend with Wilson cost *. than $10: We certainty d. mot want to ...-
the testimony Thursday
their parents. Mr. meter around April 2'. said ,
V. and Mrs. V. he found the Five Jacksonville'antique. mnrnhsg. Cf4v..urvltM. sad. .(her* by ftlrumtg |o fn+sea
OFFICERS: DIRECTORS AND I Itazen. door Handing Char!. E. John
dealers said y mar lit M eeited. exacted Uke .
Mrs. Paul Hutchins attend. open. The padlock hinge he Wednesday that i 'mx: taotn rocrr' tw u ae M t CKrtot If

Employees ofSavings M the Fashion Tress and Wig sail had been pried off the, they had purchased from 8. way yws writ.. c..* ki and Agency wlthla mt harts tato .b sot a KMTW-K matter

I Cla'i at the Hotel Robert Meyer door but the lock was still In later R. Smith various Items which lees. yea favOTtt FBTKltMtOOK 131 8. Walnut 8L T. all, was say "Weka.a"l ia ..r Mrrlmi, hMSunday.

in Jacksonville Sunday tact. He reported the condition the were Identified* part t....a* pan TKUB- PHONE 5 1.02o1 !. Ute CwMiay Hrhwl. rla > and LoanASSOCIATION afternoon. of the house to the company of irtoton loot from the Oa.\PIL ....Ir_ .. .
we Ml sad wife. U lit t..r.h_ awlhear
Mrs. Arwood. who father's
, ,'. taught UM .
arrlptarM terse
y verwi., by aqudiaed
farm is adjacent to the Wilson
'"' .. ... ... .\ Bihto tMM>hrr. This HAM b ta
i house. Identified Pgiy Smith I------ .. .. .---- taught

TilE HKADFORD as the drtYer'of a red Valiantshe a.rtvN. form", lira. avo4dlac'mbarraMme. 'for

OF STARKE COUNTY TELEGRAPH and her' husband had seen \ Th* Beauty of ChristmasI j jII ,..... .b.. might ba ....,.. Md. for three ."-

& Published. turning Into the Wilson property for rear. .f ttrtng a..-lMamrthtog tit\ee 4 ..... .r ....--

at 138 every Thursday on the morning March a .f whj 218 N. Temple Ave. W. Can
St.
Starke Fla. 32091, :24.! She and her Husband were AMelIa ..r.CIrW.! ....* U..gliit. .. IMM ..* hold. most dear 3 hMlt. .t. t* coin to rtM oftracthMk IUWo t.-
on the way to Her father'sfarm > *

.' -\.iJ-: ___,-__...,-__ E. t. Matthews! editor and Mrs.at Arwood.the :time whose fathers & Are memories of happy time ..'n had throughout the ,.,. Jl rare. of ..Bey Our ac.Bvwlay child. : ,SHMol rnrtadtaa la.. ,prepared.. 1'.... mmnrrj t* lake

:, ;Saving In By The 20th publisher as they passed the Wilson g And so, it's not ourprUIng- that aa the old year enda ft for yw little a.

; Second chili house she had Th 11 a aas. win lie .b-fs.blse4.
postaf paidat seen a truck mnMC mm
Our hearts are filled with gratitude and loving tkoughU for *
friends
: t4 Earn From The First BAnd !
Starke backed Blblirtitered
Fla. up acainst the sun gospel -... For a rode !. *um-

It Does Make A Difference Subscription Rates: porch.Fowler" manager of the MERRY. CHRISTMAS! HAPPY NEW YEAR! 3 day .VhoU. eaR XI-CSO*.

Where You Save! In trade area: S3. O per Westside U-Haul Co. of Jacksonville flI I'

: t"I' year; 2.00 .Ix month, testified that a man PINE LEVEL IAPTIST CHIICH
I Russell
''t01019M'Wt R1At01' _+4""tOt""'pt.-.a { Outside trade area: ".00 giving the name of Sidney R. .LC and Lucille Greens | '

: ;- ." per year; $2.23 six months. Smith had rented a .van type Highway 100 West _' """"Stirke. Fla.

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THURSDAY. DEC. 11. 1985
gUtADrOKD COUNTY TEUCGRAPn. STARK FLORIDA PAGE THRCK
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+e t,', 'al -eatured At I WALT HULICK CHEVROLET, ( .\


-ligh School PTAA INC.
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deliithtful ograiu 0..YU.eNr .

GLADYS R Mv +..... .....,."c w..4r..e11.' _
MOOTY v a.e. ...s.1, : ""'........ l'ln.r. + etf End of Year

l'hun 964-0651 ..u..D4( 'J...<<:,_",11 I&-u. OJY 41unuu. _

a.w _...,n U.lld a nor, APlrtuet'd
it
....__ .uwcr UIOS ...u',..;"' .... '
Christmas In Spain Is ThemeOf
auw _.wl liaul liiuul. '1 aw

Tea Given By Woman's Club \> u.uu was .it wOJUge ul Mr. USED 0 to--
J. r..ni J.-luu, i o'.l "ooiU eLa.

'ChrL tmas In Sjaln";> via cutwork.cloth, centered !by ar newel.alss.
the theme for the: lovely :antique silver candelabra holdIng Candy:! Woadburn>> wl1.ta' \.

Clutstmas tea belt at Uv eperrneUes filled: with m: .. u., ..... ..H.. ._..i 01.1_. CAR 0-

Starke Woman: Club on Wednesday nlature fruits an] nuts. Tit .as, &tue. oDla.. -\l5, "Wuat' Chase, I .-
\, afternoon of last week base was also banned wit Q ..era. ...__.. Lv nw. lewd hsiwtz -

The foyer of the buldln! fresh fruits and mixed nuts : n l11r nlry was 10. pra.euwd ,
i was decorated with with a $Ji bona by the i
posters The silver tea service was at I ---- -- cot) I
'I showing beautiful landscapes one end of the table and: at the Juiitur Woman's Club. &. from !Ivitl Alt.., uionu Caanvn, vuupior. futility )

:,oC Spain. Members of the Little other end was a large tray. B1I3 Supervising P.lnclpa rhu'lrman. : Mr*. Sue \Vlnhler, publicity rhalrntuns ;Air*. lulM. l

Women's Club invited containing several kinds o C. M. Clark read a cabivgiam Powell State MHttml 1 111I'e .prciUilrntl. MM. :\Iarj..iui Parkitnl, J
guests Into the tourxte> where y rom the high school: siuoenu ESPECIALLYTO
dainty sandwiches and othe
'' Mhx r Alu State pretklont; Mini :Sir. Muriel N"rma"IIh... Nul'h.pl..r
r addressed to the Armed loicesn :
they were greeted: by Mrs. J
Spanish delicacies. All the refreshment .
Viet Nam. expressing "out .prmMeut.Delta .
W.
Klncald. social chairman. were of spanks 1r
The: receiving! line standing In origin. Mrs. Freeman Reglste- gratitude for the hardshlpa.nn

front of the fireplace: was I Jr. presided at the tea servic' + 1k perils you are. enounng lj Kappa Gamma Members Hear FITYOUR ,

composed of Mrs. P. W.! In a lovely Spinlsh! costume. k-:M t lI ..u' the ireeuumj" we State President Speak On Creativity r !! I
Strickland: chairman .bundantly: enjoy.
general In the main room of the' I M //
cfl; the tea. "Mrs. Cal.in J lub.. the Individual tables were ti Clark said he was proud 01Jits Enjoying: a night of creati Chorale of St. Johns Rive 1

Hanpt. club president Mrs. covered with brtshtlr color: action by the students *iv.ommeiKltd ; vi\)'" was tfte! theme for the Junior College undr the direction

Harold Godwin president of cloths.] They were alternate this type of expression Christmas meeting of Alpha of Marilyn DsRersIw STOCK NO. 7.a3A- 'tI

the Junior Woman's Club. centered with bud vases containing to other.: group and Nu Chapter Delta. Kappa, ..ente>.1 a p-ojism of Renaissance '
Miss Marian Green. Ltttta red berries and yellov .nsUtutlons. Oamma Society on Saturday;! and contemporary' 62 CHEV. 2DR. BISCAYNE

I Women president Mrs. Ros* flowers or with a single red or During the business session night Dec. 11. at 7:30: o'clockIn numbers. DRASTICALLY UEDUCED.
I K UU. secretary of the Senior green lighted candle and ,t rein, w? Mrs.' V. J. Spengler president the Starke Woman's Club Following the musical pro-

Citizens Club, and Mrs. W. greenery.: Favors on the tables appointed A. J. Mercer Mrs The clubhouse was beautifully grim Mrs. Msrjean Packard I !IIIIf $199 Dow.J3S.18l\fonlhI1
I W. Hood.< Mrs. A. J. Thomas consisted: of Christmas cards 1' ; lr 6l J. X. Hardy, Mrs. Jack Tr*- decorated: In the Christmas of Port Lauderdale Florida"

Ji.. first vice-president Introduced made by the Spanish students e tck. Mis. J. D. Warren and. motif using slivered magnolia State President of Delta Kap-i

: the new club members from Bradford High' School I j Aiis. Jerome Johns to serve on leaves, pine branches and pa Gamma, spoke on t the sub STOCK NO .'.2Z: $ -\ .WAY DOWN
who/ stood at the CM of the and with packages of"Jejona. 4 study committee with the pyracanthla berries In urns. A ject. "What Is Creativity, '62 FORD
receiving line. a candy: that was/ Imported rr'lty.; Recreation Board to supervise lovely arrangement of pine Mrs.! Muriel Norman president GALAXIE 2-DOOR

The table In front of the from Spain for this event. youth social activities branches, red Christmas balls of Alpha Nu Chapter, an'l V.$ Automatic, Radio Heater. Excellent

I windows of the lounge held a At either aide of the stage Following the program .refreshments and silver lenrs. graced' the flounced' a number of coming ;I !Mechanical\
beautiful bronae tone Nativity were arrangements of sprayed of ChrUtmas> cook. mantel. The refreshment table! events, and Dr. Mary Zellner :
scene. The mantle was centered magnolia leases and red her-! lea and coffee were served by In the sunroom was covered District Director prewnte'I $199 !49.
with an arrangement( of lies. Immediately' in front of! Jean Geraldine Griffis To Wed the. Junior and Senior mothers with a Christmas cloth of plane for the District U meetIng I Dow \ .,

polnsettla and greenery' balanced the stage .was a striking Nativity Dennis Thompson In MaxvilleThe green net over II'ef'IUnen.' to be held January 30. :
i, by burning red tapers. scene In Spain the Nativity I Clyde St. Mark's Women decorated with felt canes, Alpha Nu members\ from I STOCK NO. 64311- Ya

The bookcases on both sides scene replaces! the marriage of Miss Jean I graduated from Baldwin HUh EntertainedAt wreaths, and trees' Centering SUrke serving M hostesses to I '60 FORD FAIRLANE
ware banked with holly and on Christmas tree and is the cen- Oeraldlne OrifHs to Clyde I! School in 1064. She Is employ the table was a striking golf the 29 members tour guest :
each was placed six red candle ter of all holiday activity. Dennis Thompson wilt be I ed by the Barnett National Beasley HomeThe arrangement, flanked with all and 45 chorale members were V-8-a Speed Automatic Radio Heater.

*. Mrs. O. 8. Newco nb. music solemnised at 1 p. m. Thurs Bank In Jacksonville. red tapers In low silver hold Mrs. Sue Wlnkler. Mrs. Mona I Extra Clean-excellent: Mechanical.'

'Typical! Spanish music was chairman, presented the program day Dec. 23. In Mount ZJon Mr. Thompson also graduated Women of St Mark's ers. The silver' punch bowl Canova Mlsn Rrba Blames I !lIP $199 I
played: on the stereo as guests an entertaining play depleting Baptist Church. MaxviUe. from' Baldwin High Cplscopa.1 Church met Monday balanced a silver tray with Mrs. Cleo' Andrews, Mrs Ad tl' Dow.J32.2Monthly

assembled. Upon arrival! they the difference between' I The bride-elect Is the dsuch. School and Is now stationed at night at the home of Mrs O other silver! appointments adding Mitchell !Mrs. Edna: Hsrt Ml*.' )

were Invited Into the sunroom our own celebration of Christmas ter of Mrs., Hurl OrlfHs and Fort Gordon O*. .with the U. L. Bea.ley and Mrs J. W to the-lovely setting. Della Roiienberg, Mrs. Tommlr
where the ter.tabl.'was coveted and those of Spain. Included Carson OriffU. of Hlrhlsrtd1.< ,,8. Army.' Klncald. The spirit of Christmas The 45 member Vlklni N'olln; and Mrs. Muriel Nor. I STOCK NO. 837-A

with an imported linen in the play was the I Mr. Thompson U the son of I All friends and relatives are prevailed throughout the man. '62 CORVAIR MONZA 4-DOOR

F Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Harris of Invited to attend the wedding home In the decorations of Radio 0
Lions Entertain Mrs. Norman Host 1IC'ltler-a I npeed. Extra Nice.
and &
Baldwin. and the reception following<< at red green

WALT- HULICK CHEVROLET, Miss Ortffla attended Brad. I the home of the groom's Parents Mrs. P. J. Novak the devotion president Ladies TonightStarke To State PresidentOf W'199I 32.*' J
presided and
ford County Hlch School and Dow Monthly
INC. was given by Mrs. Herbert Lions and their ladles SororityMrs.

Thomas who sJso told of mall- will enjoy their annual Christi
partaking of the "Twelve Little Women STOCK NO., 803-A .
A. Russell Norman entertained
the
Ing a check from auxiliaryto
In the Lions Den
Grapes of Happiness" on NewVea" Plan ProjectsThe their sponsored cottage at tonight mas party(Thursday! at 7:30: o' .with a dinner party '61 FORD: 2DOORAir
Eve. Each guest Patti
her E. Call Streeton
at home
Sunland Training School In on .
Used TruckSPECIALS ctpated' in this delightful cus clock.: Entertainment: following Saturday. evening honoringMrs. Condo V-H Fordomatlc.; Radio- Heater.
Little Women' Clubmf't OlnsvlUe. Mrs. George the dinner' will Include a
.
of
tom. The following students
Mrs. Rosa RbHI, high school Monday night In the clubhouse Winkler named Mrs. W H. number of games and an exchange Marjean Packard. Florida !.- $199 *25-76'

4 Spanish teacher, took part In with the president Miss Ormha/n and Mrs. R K.: Mac- of gift. D...... will be State President. of Delta Kap Down-. Monthly\ f
Oamma International Soc
Marian Green presiding liar. Blain to have charge: of the semi-formal. pa
the play: Mike Mitchell. Steve
net' London chaplaIn Introduced altar for the month of Janu let)'. STOCK NO. H.10-II:
Wade. Marshal Beam.' Janel
The Christmas motif was
Mrs. II. O. Bolllnger '59 FORD. 4-DOOR
Goodman Qlrn Bloodworth Birthday Party
ary.Mrs. achieved In several arrangements -
and
Christmas Kenneth Ortder 1
who Inspiring
R N .. Anne '''Terwlllemir.' Dmlse devotion gave an Mrs:''William Cuter were elected For Darlene Jones'Mrs. placed to advantage I V-8 Fordomatlc. Radio Ileuter- rI

Winkler, Shirley Cruse, and Final plans for the annual delegates to the district throughout the home. Quests I For 6 Month\
Carol Reddish. Gordon Jones of 820 N were seated at a table. covered:
Christmas formal to be held meeting In Jacksonville In -
Members' or the Uttle Women's !. $199
,
with white linen cloth. Centering Down25.661lonlhIY
Club modelingauthentic Tuesday night. Deo. 31, andseveral January Mrs. Klncald was Clark Street gave a birthday \
afternoon for the table was a low green
money>: making projects elected alternate Rev. Mae- party Saturday
Spanish costumes were IntrodUl.j her daughter Darlene on her bowl containing double red I
were discussed. During thePl'Otl1"am Blain closed the meeting wtthpra.t. N
Strickland STOCK NO. 859-II!
Mrs. :
by
Red
poinsettias and greenery.
sixth anniversary.The .
made Christmas
the girls
Sharon Noxgel. Martha Bol- candles In low sliver holders '62 FALCON DELUX 2-DOOR
decorations for the for During the social hour refreshments 12 youngsters played
I linger Kathleen Linda Thomas.Rae Rosier Each, and girl mal. were enjoyed In gams In the yard and were, added to the lovelliMwa of the Radio Heater, New Tire Excellent Mechanical. \'

During the social hours re'frrslunents the dining room where' the served refreshments Indoors setting. .
cave a description of her out were enjoyed In table was overlaid with a red The table .was centered with a Quests. attending the dinner \

fit. the sunroom. where the&. table cloth and centered with an beautiful white birthday cake with Mrs. Norman and Mr, !.- $199 24.83l\'onthl1

was covrred! .with a beautiful arrangement of white carnations decorated in pink and green. Packard were Mrs. Isabel Oow_ \'
Homemakers Club linen and cutwork cloth and and red roses In a sliver Christmas decorations ware Powell of Jacksonville State

Has Yule Party centered with a silver' and red] soup tureen. This was flanked used to highlight point& of Interest second vice-president; Mrs. STOCK NO. 8.11-A:
Christmas arrangement.! Sllvrr' on either' side by three 'I .. In the party rooms. The Carmon Morrow of Fort Lau- '62 PONTIAC 4DR. HARDTOP
STOCK NO. 641-A.. Members of the Extension tray and compotes held sandwiches sliver candelabra' holding white, I children received, favors of derdalo past District Ftwr director
V.fl Cond Full Power .Kxtrn: Clean'
Air -
and Miss Kathryn ,
Walloons and bubble gum. :
Homemakers Club met Wed. nuts and: candles. Pre- burning candles An arrange.mint
63 CHEV. '3-4-TON PICK-UP ttfitdty Dec. 1. at the home of sldtnaT\ at the punch bowl.were" of holly red berries pods Mrs. Jones wa assisted In Epperson of Lake Butler state Excellent: & Mechanical.
Radio Trana I Okrrla Olb- of and mansard serving by her daughter, Mrs chairman of personal! growth.
.J-SPftd Heavy Duty Equlp- Mrs. Myrtle Anderson for Jsyne Hardy and green grapes $199 $67.05Month.
eel.I eMir monthly meeting and IOn hostesses for the evening., ta wood with red and green : Charles Crlbto' of Gainesville. !. Down- .,
I the boughs Adams Home Scene
Christmas party. pixies perched on :

: $199 Down49.67 Kaeh member and guest was Children's Tea centered the buffet and was Square DanceAt Of Joint Birthday I STOCK NO. 872-A .
presrntedlth a holly and net flanked' by red, reindeer '
Monthly Club
64 CORVAIR 4DOORRadio.
I corsage upon arrival. A Christ Set For SundayThe Mrs. Novak presided at the Country Party SundayMrs.

mas devotional was presented silver tea service I lIe.ler-C A C (:Jroupe.-New Tire..
The Starke! Oolf and Country 1 I
STOCK third annual children'sChrlntmas
NO. gIS-A by Mrs. A. l> Cronby Jr. Club the scene of a L. C. Adams entertained Excellent: Mechanical
was
Tea foe two
'63 CHEV. '/ .TON PICK-UP new During officers the buntnea for lfcti session were to 12 WlU be held. age daf urday. Beta Sigma Phi square dance last Saturday her at a home Joint on birthday Bedford partyat rake !.- $199 own$37.00lfCMtMy

Dee II. from two to three Christmas night [)
RADIO HEATER-LOW MILEAGE lectej as follows: President.Mrs. .I]I PartyThe Esrll Padgett and the Starlight last Saturday" for her husband
fltarke Ontf
o'clock .t the
Davis Ossiiett; Vice President. Mr. Adam, and grsnddsugh-
and Country Club for the annual Christmas partyof Playboys' of Lawtey. pro STOCK) NO. 81.A
ter. Hue Adam, of Jacksonville
Mart MrMurtrle
Mrs. ;
$199 $44.77 : cnlldren of mwtlwrs. Beta Sigma Phi sororitywas tided musk, for &the evening
Secretary Mrs. J. T Blond- i who wss celebrating her 64 CHEVILLE MALIBU 2-DOOR
....IIIIIIIIIIIIIII Do"'n- Monthly | Banta CUus will be there held Monday night at the! and three couples from Lawtey
worth; Corresponding, <<'r. I and .p c M. O. McMUten.; :
terry, Mrs.
... Approximately M members Healer Extra. Clean Kicellent: Mechanical.
STOCK NO..$67-A: Treasurer, Mrs. Myrtle Ander !'JIM' rOYld. Mrs. Jsms Bloodworth* patio where dancing girt -
Each child to su>k xl to bring co-hostMines. and guests enjoyed' the occasion. birthday theme wa' carried out -Only 2.1.000 Mlles"

4 '64 CHEVROLETzTon' FlecUide son.A card was signed by a pair of snrkst panttoN, or un- Christmas colors of red and In the decorations. A dancing I $ )CCfe $56.80 :
d rwar, glfl-wrappod. and UMd In decoratingthe
i green were girt birthday cloth covered the r
I
everyone' present and sent to I a a > %
MonthlySTOCK
; PICK UP-Radio, heater W. C., Mirror*, Mr. II. B. Hamilton a member .I, snarke as to sise for distribution home. The refreshment WilliamsBrannenMrs. table which held! two birthday Down-
Rear Ilnmper. Exceptionally slice Appearance to local needy dilldrvn. table was overlaid with a rake Bur's cake ws topped
l of the club who to UL i I NO. 88I-A
white cloth and was Sun M. Williams of
lace centered
and Mechanical with gold dancing' girt and
After UM buirim-as ....Ion.I a '
a Christmss party was held Linen Shower with a crystal punch Lake Bedford Shores and Mr. Adams' cake was In the 63 CORVAIR 2.DOOR HARDTOP

'I 1 $199 $54.55 with games played' and prbtss For Mrs. Williams bowl. Raleigh A. Brannen of Hampton shape of a .baseball. diamond, Radio. Heater- A C (;iroup.-White Wall

Dow_ Monthly awarded to Mrs., Robert' Edmondson lor,.. Connie Clark presided! will be united In marriageon complete with home plate and Tire .t Speed. I
Monday, Dec. 27, at 10.10:
st the punch bowl. buM.
and Mrs. W. T. her.long -
Mrs.' Lynn Hall entertained >
Inspirational Christmas a. m. In the Hampton Christian Quests Included 14 friends $199
STOCK NO. $$9-A OtfU& were exchanged at a lovely: linen and lingerie poems !. own$32.28&lonlhlT
and nfreshmemU served' from D-C. were read by Mrs. Bud Tsun. Church with a reception and relatives from Jackson l>
shower> evening. !
Monday <<
'64 CHEVROLET 34-TON PICK-UP a beautifully oVcoraUd UbW. and !gifts were exchanged following In the Hampton vlll. The nine children received
1. at t o'clock In the Hampton
Anyone Interested In horn.making .- around the traditional Chrlst- Community Center .bags of nut" and candy as STOCK NO. H41.A| .

Radio. lI.alu-92 6 CyL Enrfne-.Orer- to Invited to visit Ute Community Mrs. Sue WUllsms.Center br/i honoring-eleet. maa tree.Christmaa. the All couple friend. see and Invited relatives to at of favors. '62 CHEVROLET DOOR BEL AIRS I

size Tire* Heavy Duty Equlped. club at Its& nnt awetlnc at The white linen covered tend. .PowerglldeCyf.. .Radio, 1I..lrr--Cl.a

1:30: p. m. on Jan. 20 with ,, punch and refreshment tables PartyAt Good: l Mechanical t ,
)frs. McMurUte on U. S. lot wore centered with arrange

!. s199lbwn-s59s1 South. ments of red roses and c.- Lawson HomeMrs. WIN A PILEIn $199 own-$39.74l\1onlhlt

_0..... l> \
entertained '
Ew: 'll Lswon -
Include Finance Char and Tree TrimmingSet The hostess presented the tier Intermediate\ Sunday
The Above Payment ea
The Above Include Finance Charge. and
honoree with personal gift Payment
Life IlUIuraMeut Dora :Not 'Include '"hy.lcalDam..e At Library a School class. of the Madison
..ton.I I KOCH CASH / .
the Car. as a memento of Ute Street Baptist Church at a POT Life Innurance Hut I>oe* Not Include Physical*
Insurance
on All children In the county Sixteen guest" enjoyed this delightful Christmas party 'Damage 'insurance on the 'ar.
delightful affslr.Hospital N. Pw&M.. .. Nolva, Nothing. t. Writ. :?>fa
Cash/ see Invited! to attend an old- last Thursday evening. .. IJrk. Ne 0.M Jut
No Required NlMtp gtliow. (erne No Cush
fashioned trtmoUnc of the The Christmas motif was Required -
Auxiliary
I. Kwh Uiwk. .r MwcrmJ. Tlmn a ti.raiU
ChrUUMks tree to be held achieved In the lovely d WHERE TRADE-IS WILL CO'EROOWS WHKKK. ; ( : TltAIlOIN: WILL COVER
PAYMENT.WALT Tuesday. Dee. 21 at 1M: p. mat Christmas Tea placed at point of inter UM Ywr YHTT.h r Tlrh .

the public library.r .e party rooms. The '...,.t Week'a Winner DOWN PAYMKNT.:

>cor8>tlons will be band- I Members of the Bradford lace covered' refreshment table JIMMY HICKS

HULICK CHEVROLET III.Adand win Include popcorn -I County hospital Auxiliary were held a red and white ClirUt- '

paper chains berries' bosteane. tea fromf..m.1011 at a delightful holiday p.- mae arrangement Kathy Trt Cash Pot Now $: 25. \Hull\ HiiliiM'lii'inilHINC. I II

I INC. etc. stone presided at the punch
Mrs. Ctrl Minx chairman m.ruda, In the medical bowl. t|*JHy ....g-s ... tfuMtty rrMrrtpnoa

Your Authorized Chevrolet' Dealer In and Mrs. Bus Xopelowsoua. Co- atsff room of the hosp4tl. .I The group' played appropriate at KOtlf, nKI'MM. Have Yeas Nest Ks .
The .tea tor
J warn given members ,
Bradford and Union Coantie Chairman of the Hour and
Story of the medical! staff and gaom exchanged ruw Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer In
will be In charge of refreshment gifts during the evening
301 North (Phone 4.390O employees of the hospital at KOCH'S-Free Delivery llradford and Union Countlen.
I < appreciation of their InJ'. ,, :Sal| North Phone 964-3900&

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,:! I I Faulkner's. 29-31; Clay Elec. closed all day Friday. Dec 24,

,,<, .l.:. Sports \Writer uric 27-33: ITC 25-35; Draw-, and Saturday, Dec. 25. The
\ "< ..,, Tlte, 24-36; Starke Lanes 16- public la asked to cooperateby
'.,'." 44. checking out books before
'
". ; For that time.
\: : ;: rt0 Apologizes LIBRARY HOLIDAYS ....
: > :, Plastic Notebook $3.30 at the

Seen In t7 t t tWAVC Ant Hill Article I The Public Library will be TELEGRAPH.

; 1I.! _I"utoo\ ...thA ..fIO'i.: '
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Every elected official '\ r

sibility -of providing Bob Haviland, the Winter

the most efficient I Haven sportswriter who deBcrlbed 8adc ch )"
Starke aa an "ant hill''
as cheaply afl h'c'
'c ; with two fillingstations anda
wants "good
post office, has apologized.
want it .to cost anything In. letter dated December l
a (
hangs the eternal 9, addressed to The Telegraph,, : \'AIUESFOR
SPECIAL(
itician. ; with copies to the Chamber of
Unusual far Commerce and Bradford Coun

strated by Starke I ty High School, Haviland

ty in two ideas he wrote:

city 1))council A position last week: : IQ I14:1f::::;:: I. "Our"To .The sincere Citizens apology of an Starke for'ant'describing -: CHRISTMAS I f

your city as
of the city that e), ..
survey .
I4. ,. hill' with a couple of gas stations
a chain of command and a pout office. Our
the necessity of each Information was incorrect, and KING SIZE

corresponding pay : this writer accepts full respon-

each job. sibility.
2)) That negotiations "Aside from that one paragraph -

with the Florida Power printed in the Sunday
Dec. 3, edition of the News- TV Recliner
to purchase
pany Chief, the remainder of the
should fail.The
city's supply
story Shows that we were impressed
mayor's ideas with your Tornadoes.
that he is thinking Good luck against Wauchulain

cause he thought of the Class A finals." ./
;,, 1
at a time when nobody Respectfully, .1 1
familiar with Bob Haviland ;
anyone I
v I fir the city the merit of + 'a News-Chief 0

tions should be Sports Editor. :: ;:f

It is to the credit of .\

especially that immediate of Chairman action BOWLINGNEWS r: ,; ",1': ; ;


: .....:.: '... .' J .
way.Right now nobody ',,--I. ",
.
.
COMMERCIAL: LEAGl'E '''
each job for which the _
tidr'
.j Terwllleiirar Motors strengthened ,
check each week is "
pay their lead with a 3-1 l win ._ .
sary. Maybe we could over second place Starke Mo- ,.
consolidating some jobs ton Parts In the Men's Corn- :
same work with fewer merclal League this week. Harold .

Mayor Chitty thinks ; The Ole "Ant Hill" Davis led Terwlllenar with ,
.
.ting' UP ...
that in ; a 543. while Bob Drake's 518 'Ii; '
figures showing ..
.
.
,... ....
had 56 employees and ; r was high for BMP. z.: 11 -......-- ; -\-. 1
of its income in I Camp Standing moved up to .
.
gross ., .
bu.lness or *nt.rprl.i-. known a second place tie this week, ,. "
aries. Now he says t (: R fie the WeM'"rn> Auto A..,)<'I.t. Recent Birth
II : afore, Kcyntona heights. Flurl..... dropping Faulkner's Sinclair
and to conclude ouch purchan Rev and Mrs. Archie C. three game! to one. cliff Orlf- All Over. GI.... S.. ..,.......
on V".lIar': tth, I94S at II Carmichael Jr. of Satartls, fill led Blanding with a 537 ...... .
. The People noun and all pcriMin having, Miss set while B. Dyal's 562 was F.It l 9S
announce the birth
1 clalma. or demand' aKMlimt, thvendor of a high for Faulkner. Slw. ..1c,11o..Ur.$4. .l 9
are admonlahed to notify on, Archie Clyde Carmichael f.... ,
If the County the und.r.lgned. at that aildnan. In. on December T in Mtnlaelppi Oem Jewelry remained In

ceived a mandate in : on FI'VISUs nr" t>"rorfl Pat.,,101 H. dHt HraillryADDlUiH.H : !" Baptist Hospital, Jackson fourth place although they e 1814 e l.lt. e <- *5
straw ballot to build a :: : L.Iwrenc II..in.. Mian. Rev Carmichael U dropped 3 of 4 to DrawTlte.W. S ....* _.. DOWM
they received another yard, Key.tone Heights Fla. : I formerly of Starke and 'oM.... Coley led his team to victory 'P'AW.. .
the UIt 12/16 Carmichael is the former with a 530 set, and B.
night. Joyce Ann Uanney of Tttuxvllle. j: Lawson paced Gem with 505.
This latest mandate ... Tae. ClrpMlt. mart Of NranrnriloaiMr. I I'. Starke Jaycees moved up tJ; VISIT site and construct the ( FI.....'... !. fa. .....rr
play .... .. | fifth place with a 4-0 win over IT'S l.n.IJn1TII: HUMJKEDS OF. REAL
IS 1:1assGl.nn : ', !
as near to the present over CT.iv.. i'lnlnllff. v. ( IUI OK THANKS i{ Starke Lanes. James. (BarberI I ItAKCAINS(; : FOR CJIKISTMAS:. !
as possible. Laura Jan Crtwa. D,,,f.niUiit I Williams was hid for the- -
May take this of
we method
There lack of and Ordor Of Pulillcntlon And NOli". I Jaycees with a 547 set, while
.was.no Of SuitIn/ thanking: our neighbor and \Ve Finance Our Own AccountsNo : !
public meeting called by ma the nu'rti; of th* 'Hint,,.,. '.,'t frlenita for their kind expressions I R. Brummett. with a 546. set .FuNu.JU' >th fr N. Red Tape.
but
Florida: Tn Laura Jenn (1.w., the pace for Starke Lanes.
sion Tuesday night to / whoa rnlfleiiii. I. unknown. : of sympathy in our bO'j Ol'Z'i:: ACCOirNT) ; TODAY!
Clay Electric
sites for the reavement. Then. and Independent -
new You ar hereby notified U bata
All I suit In *iulty hue. b..nbrouitht have been deeply exrreMlo"/ Telephone Co. split 2
ers. told some .i.V't: ..al".' you by DlennCrewe We wperllly. / point each. E. Pats wah high W. S. Badcock Furniture
tions were made-some .
the Inh. abm entitledCourt for ITC with 514 ,
R. Brabham. a net and
and c..... for divorce, members of the
good and of of
some, Masonic W. Edmondson lei his team
,
custody of the children and Injunction Lodge, and the Eastern
"far-fetched." and and, you ar. lirrvbyiinnmonnd Star.-The Gordon Odom with 548. & Appliance Associate Store
,
ordered and rrqulrd -
But there
was no to file your written .n.,,'.' family. Standings: Terwlllegar. 40-
consensus as expressed at : or defeniMe to bli* complaint. at 20; SMP, 37-23: Blanding, 37-
and that consensus, in a I the the offlctf of the. Clerk of auld 23; Oem 35-25; Jaycees. 30-30; \\\ X. (Bud) YAUX, Owner:-'anaFf'r'
/ Court 'In Clarke. Florida. and' to bar A. I>. mi at Miarka, lIr.d.1
keep the new courthouse : al erva a ctnov thereof on llaln- ford County. Florida.. i Ir.c: =r
the central tiff. Attornev, llollle V. Knl.ht, .
present 12/ 4tch. 11/10 .... .,. ... ,
Poet Office Drawer r. Mtarke r J '!I'' "1t-:! ..
as possible.As Florida, all on or before the 90th
day December, ItAR. other
one spokesman re- of
if a close-In site costs .be...Ia.entered a Dsrrae acalnet I'ro' Confenao you. will" TO 1. mill U V** IT WIIIUm-Ml*..%. t co'1 Bin :nut 1 If ..you like going r

more than one farther up Thin notice shall be published r.iponithU. fur .nr ln tional cost would be I weekly'In. th. next.leeuea. four of th.canixtriitlve BradfordCounty .mad..11. L.br V.anvuna Wllllam.on.tith.r than mr "first class", you li like this .

by the enhanced value to and Tiles'raph. a duly quail- ll/ ftp 1/11' SMITH.CORONA Traveler.
courthouse site. If the eels fled County.newepaper publlnhed 'In y, i ta

is ever disposed of, it \Vl't"... my .hand ai Clerk of I
Bald Court, and the .al! of aald. I r
more valuable! and Court at Htarko.' Florida. this 'I J> """ -Vf
November. 13. 1963.apA1. I f*
( one ( .: .) *
-:. ". I Charles' A. Darby. I I !
j on
S:J1 HiT;+' A. Clerk nf Circuit Court of
Ii.,'.,.., !\ .....W. \ \ -. Hr ml ford County, Flnrldn I TV I
7
".x
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4t lure ,
'j'
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,' .,; Rental
I

'EN.' Im of I\O"U'.I, U'. I"I'N"'IO'. i iRlo.fa'r.N 'I

}s an : alt"1111115.111 a'Noll' ;

la. hercby vlven that
'1i our th. undamlvneri. under the pro I $1 Per Day -.
,"'..+V' f' In vlelona of Chapter to.lln. I..iwe ,
,
'" of of rinrlda. ""I. of I'U'I'; will ALL NEW PORTABLES
.
.
.c "It .Iat.". with the Clerk of the .
W r :.Jl ) County. Florida' upon ... I EmersonDahmer's : I
.
\
l ..
'
I eelpt of proof of publication of r I
nt-.Jtai.. this not Ire the flctltloua asmej|
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We recently had a very serious of Kalnbow .0' lit. 1 sag / Y I .
1:10-: ',
etsrk.- Florida .
scare in Junior High. I
Fred ;M. Hmlth, t Hot E.. '
Went got around that some of A, Htarka, Florida.Rt.ole owner.fated 150.. 112 Call) Ph. 969-177! k -
our' had j
pupils brouaht dope this Ttn day of Decent. I II L
pills to IIchool. We traced all I the t ... .
pupils Involved and recovered ...
i j jt
I ,
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Tornadoes Establish Perfect 12-0 Record '.=' -


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lass A State Title Wrapped Up In Amazing'- 39-0 Win<.



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"-" tiful Coach David Hur
ach Nurse Says: I gtime. r. ;..:.
said he sent In I
,. only one pledall ;,
-- (o i1"" night long and about 11 1 11 1 Tornadoes

'. itiIooIt0", over the. entire lea.icvi.

'It Was A Wirfa -"'.,. "_' : Kldrthe leading rusher o
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Deserving :'. -. \. i the regular season" had 4 M + Win\ :::

'. yards In 10 carries" Joyner ha
'0 yu.'. in six: and Agner thi

''thaot'l the night' to end Randy! San:! 4E% ,*:t fMlttnck In the area, h*
>a record 'erson act up the fifth Ton* 3 Y 1".1 In IS tilet.Janlor All-Area [
time, at I III lea* .
for a long 1'4r ;'; -
lo TD on Uv>:r ne t or'ci c1own t n fId Sandy Faml..road
|, next year.: Junior tack! >. falrvi cunrietbuckehe ,; ; five Pi''..?tli>ns for 7 Undforif !
sad! of Bradford'iIfect r '
Ovttwin entro! 49 ) -v'(1 drIve ove : .. ,., arils... seoontl only to Doug.! nexloea had
12-game eason "i hliovej <, .
s A tn viral l pe alt! t ,. .. .,. :.:-t"L- .ho. had .vet for 112 yardeeso 1 tho :
h.j; cleat alter the hro-gh the -UVith '. :;; ''' VU-Aren. \
: ." : 1\110 a junior! had tw ) ; .
nadoeJ had wrapped up UK a flMt nova ,t t' '.' .; .... eccptlons. but one was h>-'e on fie .
tat champion .....,. ,:'{
A ft gild .
U ri'd..t> : t'' .. .. Quarterback
eij-u: yirvl n-te ,...... .-:0.: lUchilown..
p. ornadcet tire:! a'-i thcr '.. "... ',-. ), MT.\TI'ITU'! v= J "unrcj ruve ?
''nbeatabl in the fines 4 and p na' 'v (or'" iv.Pd nn I'i .". ,.f' .. mis in- I'.ytSaI'1' n :Zddle: Douit1'.i
hugs hlelory. Uil.nodoea .tq,, ,
"t ul grid > t '1g:' '1t man downflcld."' B Irst Down 20 t aI the Mgh '

: used a .devaatatini r he ;tuck Htt!. nel.l.! goner\ Rushing 1 1 >n the lint .l

ease, u powerful ru-uiini tt3ed his way out of the Tasting" 8 1111! ,*
tick and l a potent pasin| lole. Pcnallle 1 and ton* .". .

,me a* they rolled 39-1 lie h.t 1 '0 111,1 ..
t t Douglas w'tt a &. Gained 3DO fl
ough and. over the Horde rt'r' srder and then switched" ( ttecntt < r I Rushing 245 8 Dwlfh.t! KWer 11

unty Wildcat of Wauchula for the other! 11 an _. Passing 22J( It Tornado nin" .
e finest' Dig Red eleven play. I team. while <-
he TD. The e"tra point wn Penalt.; -75 !
fouttall like the true cham- :anti for' a ''I-O Topnntta leer: //r acne Completed. 15-31 51aaes r I ., ding, fullback .
>na they are In their debut lot O.( r end Joey. It. "
Rlls Dftrntf I r.I.I.. by
Florida Field last Fridayht The Wlldt-at rill were* ''ard. Penallr'vl: 115 81umkles I Uoijer{ clillmin
before an estimated/ T.Uux ; diVry 4r j lFJunior thlrJ.
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!1r able to move the fnottnlt eve- Uost by t
ra faiu. \ Tho Sun Rt .
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'hough a Turn.ul-) fur .!I. /!avcm vats 1.312' 4
No match for the fine}' d "Fwlcoi, a : J
core bv Quartr: :
two chin They gay' .
ached teamwork of the Tor '('fln-ro> ,1 .. }
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"' Bradford 7 12 u 20 3
1'. rljr-k'n 'Iftht, taw Tlunrteibnrk
doe, the Wikk-ats: were held arkbon of '
K 1 ..i Pall fImbleand Wauchuli 0 0 0 0 (
a aupcriatlve Starke deiue 1 f .. l'o'kbtlowns> : .en. |Ito .'""
I 1 PtarHe'i! Iltitrh ItethUnfpicked (
to minus three yard : it up it "10 WII.It, 28 Bradford Doug!** 2, patssae :"unit total '
..d ran only nine play from '4i -4 regular imUMin .
of 10 VI 29 yurdt frorr
IT MI.ST; II\\'K: llf.I.pr.l; IIIIS Hirrrlvul: say lU yard pena'ty again a
rlmntage In the brit half ialcon Agner 10 yd. run "g H S7 y ,rats ,
prayer before rhamplunnhlp guiiw* last I'rlduy.. t>. V.'lhlcat* t fs iv,e the Turns' ; \I,:
nder the very competent gentahIp Falcon 'Intt.
leem 11
yd from
quartertell i doe the ball. at the 11., Fal..oped pass lie
all-area tired I
of Falcon
16 run
Shannon ;
Donald Falcon, the Tor. 39 the for 11 yards to Recur .'" yd. r tA posers' run for
: air. topped at the Rod a* 1 )\I. runt Extra point. ..1.
a raalied for the ftrat of] Tackle! Jim Godwkv fell on I ToiniK'o., defense "got back o.l tut a 15 yard, p' :nnlty Against 'on, 3, kirks. P.I 20 Hold ) .

,x' TO* with 3:03: left In the I a Wildcat fumtl le with two"' the dub the Tornado. for a persona'foul .. I r.. goal to have

rat period. An Initial drive ol I minute left In the nrst half I I Nrorlng HprrrKull placed. the ball oo: the 16 ;of I -. In 1411 point( '

d yard mailed at the 'Cat 17., but the Tornado) fumbled It I :"tg again aa. the third A double four nullified the' 11 TornadoesWin ove to -r--i-; "Falcon han

Fallback. Mickey, Agner bul- hack. Wls-n Fak-on'' arm wan'I period. drew to a close the I next. play an the flags( continued real| Jury K>>eof> I agllMy and a"""

|o>d over from 10 yard out to hit aa he attempted to paws.; Tornadoes exploded! in the to fly. triage "l.iwi. .a Kaloon pea. I"V..uthula -- defensive back

Umax the 49 yard six play Wauchula end Skip Gauss Anal 10 minute for threetouchdown RIIH: lie. Nerd I "Ifcmglue. a
the \ secondary wttab a All-Loop tfurt.rhck" bond talon" < nranipi far yardage. through )
HiM and aenu..Jvtctory But speedy David Shannon lair, was "" .-
rive. crunching: running grabbed the loose pigskin a* they .
.>aptag| _..-h. Repel eauglit Wildcat UVfrnuVm. nn hi* way to engineering' M Su-0 nhutoiitever
pear headed the drive end the took off but Btarke'a Roger and the Class A state showed the Tornadoes1 had I get grabbing
rd driving fullback warn the ChUson knocked him down. title. some speed. too ..s he circled 1'| ..MHI while his'. mate at the VVaiirhnla. for .htt 1065 stat (lass A grhl rhampliimhlp.The Bia yards, an

/IS'bt' leading ground gainei' Fired l:> Wildcat Falcon trot the fourth TD left end for the final score of ulttfr. end. Eddie IW>iiU<., Honors For 1965Seven star .Mgiml. raller ran fur 65 yartU In 10 rarrh. send| )'111'p.r '

ith 83 yard In 15 carrle A fired-up Wildcat eleven on a quarterback sneak with I II < the gam Shannon! simply sutiggnl .seven for lit yard rompMnl. an not.tsntling. 13 of II .._.. for ISA ysril II. caught nine (

With Falcon at the helm, came out nghting a* they received only 2:08 gone in the ftn.11 showed his heel to the cpvedyWllcst and two Imirhdnwna.at members of the 106S also .scored. Cine of (lass six, Tll'" and kliHrtl thrrft e tra pnlnts. point amt t .
the Tornados ruahed for 243 62 drive. beck.. A bed center defensive
the bull to start the I period after a yard Class A state champion Tornado
yard and passed for 236 second half. Wauchula drove An 18 yard pats' to halfback I II folt-wl the eTtrs point try and the root.Fantil. grlddewtrn named tr "TiUcy a &

compared to the total of 51 for two Brat down and 25 I Dwight Elder sot up the TO.Qdrr the rrne ended 39 O.
yard the Wildcat. were ableto yards, their flnent effort of !: took the flat pain" on the !-..). tha i four minutes re- I The fabulous night' was over squad In voting by loot '111fr24 the Tortmdoo.. l ..
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get through tM etlngy Big the night before the Tornado,I 1O yard line end! bulled "has mslnel In t the game miter the 1 end the Tornado* hod covered .- I coaches last Saturday. .t ed Uw )

Red defenaa apearhvaded by' defensetopped them at Uie!I way inside the two In a fine 1t.t BrsxIfArd. TD and the I themselves. with glory. Fat- Tho Tornadoes: also hold thr i While the !
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uch' taJwart a* ends E ldieDoughM .11 yard I In... The ..Wlkk.U'blettly effort Agner, kllrtcr:: Falcon Wildcats used t''-m to drive cot (had completed 15 of 21 1 1; and Jo.y'R..... tack- touted fullback Bob]I I and halfback lUndy' Juynrrall :rt yards and get thoir Let. ., resets after. some were afraid leading the. champion Tornadoes a! r t ft>.< fur eno!;. \ .
the vnliie .
Godwin and Ronnie Torollnv Cibba set up the driye'with anne joined this drive. I II .. two first downs Time ran out' I the Bradford aerial( attack: had on the squad are All- se of, .
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I a the Torn"
.. middle-guard Butch Redding 39 yard kickoff return I I I Joynrr KtaiMU. Out however.Kpeedy. sesk.ned Area. performer Donald Falcon s I While

and "Mnebacteri: Sieve to the Tomado M. Joyner stood out Frldy a* hAlfback John Dur- The outstanding JS$. quarterback, Eddie. Jon.un no

TUl-y and Agner. A roughlng-the-kScker penalty he ha* ail season as a blocking: I an". had a .cht-K; to put the had rushed 65 ynrda quarterback'In 10carries I* Douitna, leD end: and Steve tar properly above 1

Falcon cranked up hi* par gave the WUdcat another and defensive, back mud a rugged Cat. on the scoreboard! In the TUtay, 146 linebacker said I
I I. certainly
elng attack then 'and the .aec- /Brat down after the neat exchange runner lie. carried six' final period but he dropped including one toueh-" guard. > {
offense and
ond Tornado TD came with and netted them a 23 times Friday for 30 yards Hair perfect pas after he' town. and pe.... for three Other Tornadoes named are I ,Ins
nearly an
fie aecond period ire than yard drive, but they were I A 41 yard pass, longest of wa* behind Tornado>> defenders' others 4> 'sU1.. calling a ,beau-. Butch Redding. 189. C'OIntet.I14 defmwM.Tinny. .

three minute* old on a 10 yard -- midd! iruari: Mickey Auner, wee

POA to aH-rea end BddMDouglaa IM. fullback and linebacker. signal! taller .,

Big Douglas, favorite I Edged By Rebels 50-48 I Dwlnht Elder. IN, halfback. niuto. ttcklitr Agency'Y' .

Tornado receiver caught seven and Roger CJillwn, 183 I guard '..n.1 v. end

pae for 112 yard and two and defentlva end and back. ;;sr+ more than \

touchdown In the champion- Chlls'in wa* tha lone junior r..I'llllYe end

ohtp contest. Cagers Beat Fernandina] 66-45 I among the otven. and one till I nude falcons .
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"lid.... OvUlawMl/ three Juniors on the aqitad.Tweivty click with hi* '

Scoring In every quarterbut .two players, rardof Though they .
the third the Tornado el of position were selectedfor a 4L
"'-nta'" I led 40-44 but ", the first ttitm. .
completely out.daaM 1 the Bradford eager. split a pair the team from conference
righting Tbnhadoes ataocd a I ('hi hoc... have "
Wildcat: The performance: hi* week losing! a "aquesker r ,omrbsck, nUaling the ball Stark Lake City, Palatka -I 'UUN.\IJUUI l HI10VV MI'Klli; tll""'CII..." lilt N, tied. part of
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wo more! amaalnf" In that the U Santa Fe 10- everal time*. Mad they m_dc> fit. Augustine and LJve) "Mpimly' .ImlfhiMk. iKVId! "Hhitnaim' turns. the rornrr. nrhnU's "o&U' fume ami .I..f- ; 1

39-O score wee run up In sNot. !!W.'ay;! beom n, bat 5-4 V (good on their. ,teal. the tame Oak. I 'a'"t hark. for I Ih" .rorin........ lli..>..1 l Til In the lu-O not hive .been
champlaiutUp contt.Bradord" olaster Fernandina 81 AuguiUna player on the
night have ended Uw other routing' for She ( "uses .t slain grid 1 I.h..I.I.| m. .lil*). l_4 r'rlilV fart none of
strawberry picker Tu idaj, way, A* It wa*. guard Rmmrtt team are HanJy:! oyerly, 180. potatoes H>IH. "
anted once In the first periodt'N1c.e It was s cone of too man' Urldae .tol. the ball. and halfback; Charles Moore' /10*.\ <>n F7urlde nrh'' have received

ha the .< time In Uv fourth. Two more mistakes than the op tackle; all are aeniori without.
weak for a lay-up ba krt. 'Just A Great Bunch Of Kids,
wen caned: bock by> the pcn- ')sltlon Tuesday according t From PalaUa are Bobby>>

shy flag; Falcon ran 83 yard Coach Wrnry AAlmon. Ir J j naldn1 It cam 4949.AkrkUe .through again Pope. KO. halfback; WsyntAnn' Says Hurse Of His: Class A Champs Agn The.r hue running alma,. ,

on the second scriraniaga ronttut to Friday's close con :.. Per
flay j from : vrconds later by rtrlvlnt all 116. guard: Kenny tor Kl:<"nr. tad .
and end Sandy fUnder- Mt evrrybxly got t> pla'! Jte ray In for: a lay-up makng < ,v, lao. qiiM-trrback, : Tummy "Oli-h-h-h man'' ,! oil etedtte! with pUylne th with no yard. l
son but .-'"nt Ftmandtna for a Iocr1'm ,,,. 16} fullback and boost of t their careers
caught: a 14-yud.r, It 448. Santa Fe. with 21'' Ua ,. That' wait all!1 Coach Davta/ fame second: l with' '
both were n.Uleidr..Mag while. erond la IL. Rk-hl Shsmblry. 20} center lliirre mold utter during: the Douglas was a .t tan 1"u' bothff'rwlvrly Hthe uses

Hn* e1atlveFalron ht>py to he on eti'Meant tv With the fr..... on then. all art senior fourth: r..and bail. Frklsy. .. and d.r r-tiMv ly II' sac for. the ,

really went to their inning trail but tt Itarke'. Wayne Mctrod fouleli Lt City placed) Donnl when. qu.rrf' ; : a. to whetheror ; llyard' the going was .

. on the third. TD which man were" playlnr vJ Rebel. player hut h* missed Williams I 11I0. BUrd. Junior. ii9t he hail. begun ti relax I .gitlnot "'.

came mld-w.y the second ppr. toed brttet"'af. Coach A"1- his free shot. Th. Toina1k Fred Milton l'0. end; Wayne Ills Tornadoes ware on the runnlrtu away ft 1m, hit end,. end' A.b< & .

od after a 74 yard drive. The Union amid after, the win Owethe onk poev _lon then and attempted Jordan 310.: tackle. Jerry Par- field corlnn one TD aft** an IUx1dln sal I 1111"! were 'flnitla fur the r

.U-areei .lgnl-ea Ir overcame Pirate, It brought trw" a fast break but Way nell. nil fullback, and HlrveChsmbrrtaln. o'h.r.' the time. llity got l udd' for thm d f'nslvr. effort mptonolilp .. .

35 yard In penalties with till rMOltall, t<> two win a M Method .*. eaunht with 31: S. end Junior.Cagerg three In nine. minutes while' pTvi-r'' effort M' ntl>in..t on ,

fine arm: something he ,.euo against the one !tefeat.Adklnon 'h* ball for a JurmXn stlua- Ml was a dr,ltll' win bya on offense wee .rallr-t. "by far 'nrnble Mention ..

ceeded, .In eoompluhlng all : did say his boy 1 Ion In which th* Rebels took To Host deserving. bunch of buys," the best of his carrir lire halfback
haffprclal
night long- are hustling however, and lOII'on.' (Ifurwr described' winning the "We wMtw" \ Diem man forman : Cackle: ( Jim U' j

End EddM Douglas. caught: pn lee for aophmor: "* # Just seven second* were, left Tough Macclenny state Clan A football championship I ," IlnoCotoh Tony Orlf- more. and ttl<
Pan! WcLeod In tn* Santa Frgame. I nth
three passes for M yard on tv d th hen and JkicUm' purposely Friday NightCoach lit the srrnnd year the summed up Ih' situation l is r Ta'klew )
Method **
the drive, the last a 29 yarder r when the fout<*d the It bl player with play-off have tskrn place I Knd fVIJI: f>iu la. and Jun. a junfrrr, and
tint*
for 'the more Faleon missed praise could at a find rU1nC' .he ball and he mad one of Wtrney Adklrutnn'l "ThLi, .ill I just, a great bunch lot tarkleJim' Oadwin< didn'll< I ...|-honiure. we,
roach
the extrt point, although he ttnt p4r>*s >d him after th. loa r tie leo free throw making Tornado mans will host Mac of kids: ws. the, way Mum. say snrlliti, a*. they dressed] ed but their ..

kicked three of aU for the to the Claw B school_ the score 50-48 It stayed that Benny tomorrow night IFil I I- a>scir>>e night and tae Big Red led mil the way. a* the Tornodae tried a dart for their fourth game oft I) UU Friday nUht afu" >r try the other
and tuck held ,,
1--O at_hatftime. It wit nip the Tornado fast break but threw the ball the MS son. had J just post" their perfect they tip one flnderThe have been .., ,,
Friday but .
ray meaning.. sea clear the
The all-area quarterback'sfirst led unto the cloving aeeorrfrof r away and time ran owl Both A and B squad' games'will U-0 Tornadoe are Number Ol*. j I year long and
serial of the 71 yard' drive the thud period Thy. bad "t P a.+ Against Fernandina.. ) kvals be played. The BradforlFvarsUy "11 was orw'' of> our b
went to Douglas for IS yarda.PenaHied a 17-1 edge' .t the end or Uw jumped off"'to an ...16 and JV eager have I effort of the yrsr." he further .
i IS yard on the next Trrt p"loot lad and node It stated. after ,lrwln film .
flrrt pertod. a Il-2 haUUnvtrad f Identical. 2-1 I record j
play. MM all-area comMnatioa: and a :3 -M: lead w4tb a "-M: a I haH-Uns. Their eontnued fbwerMus.a MstcUnnjr of the contest this week 'We
clicked. g'' to out-score the Pirate were well prepared fur the
promptly for
agM 24I I mlnote to to m the UUrt period Ia 1 Steve Pvrterflold' who local))I
yard and aecond flrst shot & wen with, everybody on the game we kmw: quit. a bit
Rebel I free !
But a fan saw perform hrre last r
at the Waucftuia H. down I tied- It up .nd. lay-up bjOrorte ItJ ',e, .. '-."ch playing ball Akxtdge led year. ab'AK Wochula and that twlped -

Owe. Catre Te! from behind the 114 .X i"tir the Tornado with IS point I a lot.
S 'rom his guard position while (very senior, Ux coisth*
"Fatcon Agner. and all-area r basket gave Banta'' Ft thelest k' t" Football
htoh scoring Way* Banquet psyd a stnwrb gains in
halfback Dwight rider carried J In the final gamete\ r and 1" al nnsiftenUy I say
tae pgkln to OM 'Cat 23: ] the? were fewer' headed w. ie Method nod 14. Slated Tonight the 30 rout but center and! In Order That Our Personnel
Rice J\Jch for the mld !le.usrd hutch Re where tfce Tortkadoee ran intoa I .Th Tornado never laws ll yJr, Barry was > With
tyr with 14 while ftogerSttlckland guard and tlnrbcker: Steve, joy The Holidays
eve yard penalty for tea I op and fowtht *>Q the way Pirates University of Florida'. Dave I
had 11 'rule,. tackle John Mp. ...tgler.
mach tome. Aaothvr pace aa, eHUng to within one point of j roller baseball coach: and as- Families, The Following
11 yarder' to Junior end Joey the Rebels twice durtrm tttrflnaJ Hard working Paul McLeod.tark ilstant football mentor will' aid end Mil tJuugla< i are

Jt.._ on a drru eaten, got eight mJtiut**. But T.... 1 n 1.. '"'* Improving sophomore b* principal speaker:> at the an- Be Closed

* ere at the/ It. Rees (laaprdk the tams high, amrvr with forward led In th reboundlrui I nual football banquet tonightnonsore '

h Into the air for the ball. 16 pol... and the Tornadra' : with 13 Sf vv Baker played! .-nw..by.. <1. bv th Qosrtrrback CtutiFsstl'itle CHRISTMAS EVE,

tipped It *P. err! snagged It major) nemetl* a0 ntght long ,.i an the last half but got seven\. are a.tedI: ) begin "- DAY
cad Date Crosby mancul. U.. l: l.std"
on the way down. and Fred CUrk. who h4 12 bound at at 7 p m at >
Bobby White fast Improving/ l d.and P 321 Cluii 'iri Csmp Blandlng. YEAR'S
Bet another 19 yard set-' point, kept Santa Fe aUr.. a Merle And NEW
junior had nine. Baker J I 12s't.ed with over :2M npertf d
bull for cUpptng put UM ball A 10 foot Jump shot by Steve .
back' to Oe 29. Overoomsagtill Baker. and a shot off an/ offensive A. wr Santa ATJlt'nCB reI I w 1 2 2 J 14c.rosby I''' The program .will Uxlu'le, Harold C. Wall, Inc.

. another ad enity. Falcon rebound by dreg Reddish "ocnl1lon of the <-"Ie. A
MCL+ad I P 4 1 f Falcon 1 :I 3r
'tiled. a 2* yard bullet to 1 1bouCLu rare' the TortUdor* a Baker :2 I I\ lcauffaeen. 0 I I I state chairipinri! grVtdrr<< akma Doyle E. Conner Insurance '
who c-a. 1It It on .Bin brief ..-u k ai In the 'k1a.111 aeardJ. Including
..-. Ja til. ___. Bev pTtod. but Ted quickly put|, Mrfnd W 1 I 11\\ White 2 J I t with tartar to
N.pbnwee" Peel I )11' 4'd Clip farT Jump ebel .la the White I :I 4 Reddish 3 0 i i iAkrfdf the presenuU'\ of HckcU State Farm Insurance
04 The Toraadoeatualy oat tn front Main .
jseaaitt tM I too Rebel .. andaward
,
sfnsssrf a total of of has ander-tht- .*aad. fr>.*. ....S w1o ever rrraamfnia T.....' .IM. H. Reddish a I 7 I 4 t II'Erwtn rtrrt year t.rawn
with one
outstanding
** yard' oa OM 76)"ard basket lay-up. lad. Ik teent Is relmsaile with U a" erw_1 g ....c.. Akridge: 2 4 S I 304Tot. to the must Charley E. Johns Insurance
I bask
iTotaU 171444 .. :M t6 44 lineman and
re-.33 ruasUag 71 la with :2.41: k-ft la the trams 1 I
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DEC. 18. 1985
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r- Team Thomas' parent. Mr. and l Mrs. I Wlllh'MA. I --
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r I Carlos *Iarri9.Jr Recent Births : VI'IIII..n.. M \. Wnrtrn in" .>t> unrt*" boundary of Navarre. AvcntivSt. 'I TOWN.: OS1 HAMPTON.
_______ The BII3 "101'I./ Wiitt.run. liU wife < .. Hani. :NV itt) t. (thrp I, N-1.' ill DA
1 Jr. JVrory Plide.: Mlchnel 1 .... MMARY\ nrt1'vetierk'
1 Wh.rh 1C IIIIIH .. .' I 'III. !RMI' ,, Iliff, i l U n ,
; tcam and! coac and Dounno "| : n s.'rr-l Cnnnty! 'Ton'tilir : ,. ;
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: 1'lI"'I.y'ntht / .11 1 "KM." litv "or 'h I an ) tivlna In lIe"lInn"1: .
.p' -- .:cd at a barb : !/ In Lnw-toy: 'with" :Tiri s'irl., ': : fio fai'i.vinb 1 Hl1, Town' Council, !I tiwld.. on. V,.... I TowBxhip 7 I'.utli' \ ItHntci23" (corn Till.1 i ,,*'>M,ini i t.M & t'lKll':: L.
I iinuur WCClu th* mh i I' 7. I 1'iar' ir" j n I IlI. "t.
I Mrs. Venn Chufuid: & :an-J fir.i- I .Att"r. "t !J.'I\
,IP State Farm. 'ly: I Mr. rnfl' ?!-,. nv-crt J Maui. .C .tincIl c-lnne. ami ,ahanilnnI" I I All I) I n..roa..1.. parJ'I'"Y' \ HP'haIr I'. <... r i>r"", ...T ID3Uataii
.r ?ttnti fit ti'nltrd ntlitot' duo and b hmtrd at tliDatPil Ume
l 1..11 iu ...,.3 .j I Tommy Tu rr rn ln. .:1, lv ni. m'!,.' ". a dathtr, I mrl''"eil ...r f> llw- .aOl I..u'. dolt .. .1.... Ifl...,. (. I lie i. uiu frj.ii. 5i'M' a.'jl'-el. hue Ifnt wo'ctn 11-'-.n M", ..,I. r o Q.t A iItt.'d .,Mtfpr. which |It"t dbrtweon / :;: thin. 7th dn>' or It 1116 .' .'
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teve ..pir', I t J JI"r.> C'n, I ft' Jhn Tt () Lot 16 ,nit Lot IT.Block : -
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ppend! thn fhrlntmii hol-: II'-I I 11, MccordtriK,, tll tile "OL'OCII. OF !
(U 01 F. too; .. : 'V'p. "f'fV9f" 1\ &. '
c ny. \..WI his P'ltenr'i' Mr. nnd. n. Kniwv: Hnrvi-y />f ilo Town AKE TERMITES
also huivi. '::4:t ,; Pith T33.:: B.TITION uf Hampton. Ptnrlfln.' '" utorpartlcnlHrM .
Mrs I
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Turner .nnrl : .
fRmlly.The I .
dperlhpI f l-/
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d U.IIH ot u.: ; ron>m"'>.lty p-trtvls Usttympaithy low: for pnlnl of l>"iclnn.nicronimer. : Li i CR DESTROYINGYOUR

roatall tarn: to Mr. and Mrs. L. I i : f 'nt I thi: amthwe.tiornrr I .
i Ilk! by Mr. E Vhllaan Staike :\fl.f.0!'. ''' '"''''; O" "."._1 of l Lot Id. Illock 14 I
of the
Chrlstma d' nn : f tll ( and tli' SOl tI"rly ttiinI..rfIt l II RA I ( HOME?
deith' of 'Mr. ChPion'a motherIn I.L..I'"I ( Nuvtirp Menu. ( ,
use.l lhl"JUlh, = : ; ,' HIaleah la it week. 'f'"I"'> IM.'TTril'' n-.,..1 N.). 11)). Oltal"j I
louse for the ... : "WIT l I' THH TOWN' OF1ti. Northerly nlonit Ih,. Com*, Tn S"a lc VKKKINSI'K'TIO.N: :
Mrs. Mildred IT.trri3: I l.i: .
'7' a patient Ii MP'." it" \itroill, U 101 S. i Iv h'tr.d'ry thereof tu
In St. Vincents' hospital ".t.ohitI.,. I Northwt corner of Lot 'Itl 1 DAILYS1ar.eLaiies : :
i I In Jacksonville where ahe( in WHOlE IT :>t ,V c.oi,\t p'iI"'I "Ploi-K. 1 4. thence run lV*..t
1 yule University : underwent You will 'tnkp n.I..i.... Ihul aiimlillc I tn th" Northvant corner! of At II I
the weo::e.ld surgery last week. t li>-o riiiir& win I l I..r hi-iil! I Ijy I ],[1'. a.id Mrs. I:lie: Town fmin'. II :of I he Town; !Houthvrly! nlonn the KurlTlyhoundarv !l D41 f.f1at"
,.f I"I i mr Pt".11. Lir.I 101.1, r"untv. | of Jot 1 17, Blot k !
and faaii'y.' "Klorld.i. In the Town Hall In 14, to the Houtheait. cornerof a oaso44
I Mrs. John Plastic NOtebook SJ..0: ut tInTEIFOIiAPJI I Hampton, FlorliiH. on TnniKljy, Mid lot. thence run 1u.t.erly -
and Mrs. Dave r i;I ui-r., "'i, ic "I ..., I IPM. .long .tli,. Nortlmrly After Dec. 18 : 33J!) 1:. Call 96I-.T.M55: !
| ,r on th<- petition of It. J. I.
od Saturday fn
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Hospital In .

Mrs. Leon Harris ,
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ris and Mrs.
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Mrs. Theima



-; tiaugliter St son IIndo.villa.Vincents wl'l"Mrs.ut Re. / / c1gI RNRt![



E. Newton I I IMaxvilie
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Baptist :

J.--tiovernoys: Meet At Barbecue Mr. and Mrs..

'Klnbotham 20 words 1 le,.. Insertion. tt.-m"rlrah. n..luU..nM.. ..t.c'. '
T..nf1n"'I'! ''"' 'Ito 11'\11> or one Display Ads l.i nutilfiel faction:
nelKMmrlmr tnlr I
nt the "?,? time, 11111
('11"1'I'' '' ';. .1.1, ,"', "' :Sl"r'; (..:wond| from 'I..It) anti' U S. S>n. Herman. Son.. v.'lay Oorgo Oartei with.. minimum rhiirgt) -'- 1.0'' tvr uord -- .__________-______ .03 $1.31 p r Ir.lhr hneiIoa.If ,, .

(t Ihrcl: ) ..I i C;,. Tnli.ia.lc* not paid In wlvunre. __ 1.2.1Keyed
rl:1I1; K.t I | ;! ,, .. -
.. oK.u.r/.: t c n 1..nr.. UItf'N. ,.? ,I.'t lrb.cie: lust "'I'kN.I.! Patty English. ('..rd.. of ThAnk, : |'p to 5O word SI l.:% ir liuh after flr.t In..rUon..
r ."'n v.-w ,p tw?..,1.: iIi! ?,. ..ml 11:1U1l,: |hunt, ?? the imi. Mly Ita-ch i.cnrV'I. 'tar of Mr. 'and coded 1 or blind I wit

IMI'01. C"lmr. 1,11-1'11'1',1 sri'' fl"i. Full on 1.0\.11 1 f (110'11. (;ia.. nllil ('h'rill" IllKSlrvbotham (mlr.liniun charge) .. ____ ____ 1.2.1: (Inlinum charge) ------. ------- 2.50 ,

Vie::11 III \\Ml.-.t! ; : i ui-il IlIgi4.y! E.uk.! .. ( : 1\1. gency .treatment tfarh atlditlimnl wi>nl ovrr 20 .01 fiver SO) word*: per word. __._ __. J.1):

i ford J County

I on ''Monday of Problems ? IIAS'IIMSS; !MATTUKSfc.K. ; run CAI..H! (;IIIUSTMAS; (aFrS EiCtiU.; : II t(.I' WASIfcl*

Medicare --- --- I Sunday visitors e ,' (UPHOLSTKIIY VVO'tKS( k4-1td pin c...iirr. >.lc kunrrvtr I' SWIo.iC'IUI'oF.i; :. ; ; : : Ii21 t> 54 g<-,>,1 t-ejlth. B

Mrs. Drew Call The Man Pmna !'71 n\ t.emon Ft. Pt'c.tks! jloric' hon.v pi''eit III nd cesient 61X(1Rt.:: tiO. flO. $86.TM'.MS. houri day! 3 rtiys w k. Mme4uat.bi :

Person* fi"i an o'cli'r" wh f1ViOLETJ and Mrs. Waddell Keystone"George Repaired.IMATTRKSSKS m""t'm 1 mix' ro<'a m.reltys' : A I sr.WING' :. .MA- 10th! a tide: vacation. -

Furniture "r shell "'meroi'it., r'f.t <'''Io.ir.:. F.\f'i\NGE.: ; :. .. '''(:. .
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do not enroll!) foi the votan'ampdicnl : daughter Myra, E. LaRue | ITnhol"lt! ,cetinhcl griw'l. IlnlelM" Blt nP; '{'jRDNOR : tleUave!. ai. r'tl.e-!
la Nelson, all ICOX :lUIS ST. JACKSON-'"I m-nt beI.'Its.: Writ cr aee
insunnco! : under thmrdicnn of Kvoitono Height i .
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I !: CO Ph' "* 4-2.'S21) ,
Mrs. Drew mmUII'II I VfLlX. M A. ItEE TAKKlNGlAT I I Personnel Minager. Eun'ani
program will have t For All Your !opI' .... "0heI'JM'I
wait two ycaig: for anoth turned to her Nt.1I In.r'prlnlrt! TraJn-n4 Center P. O. Box
STORE.&t
Insurance' Needs.Representing .
c.1 n{'" urday a ter and Io! JrlnIlM I ( lNE 1331: 1150. Gainesville.: FUi "

This f.ict the 'pant week at 1)rnp. I'll \ Cord nr Car AT Rr.IHTF.n) R ITEM i 4th 129
wai: pointed out Great American In*. Co.TVt i I IUNFUTINISHED I
FOR RKVT FURNISHED OR
'AI.ATKRA, !V1VI1AFTHl It('TO. Fiiir.. 8' tTfl'VI.E
by Rnberf M. nil] Sorlil I her son and |
: Scourltv Traveler In. Co. \
Mr. 6 P. M. K. ('IN'.F.RINSERA'E : 4 brrO: 7'. hour
and Mrs.
commh'lonsr.) In an 'II! 473-lflDJ: Dai I : :. hou. ", Cth both on R..ad 18 i. wok: day, $24 w?..Ic. Fringe
.Gfl7 RII"M.F.B : : iKNCTT: j a
and in Jack I IKS. P j
nonncln a < tc rJcd-uJ) crnpalgn :;:'/ i family 73-432 NIt.P1I 'I
to Sunday night I ZOO)) 1:. Adkln "; &. ttchie I with central heat. Phone 9S4-. i||.: fceneflti. Including paid vaca-
reieh prop'e wh _ $. Fire Home > BuslneMnnthl I 16\I.!\: 4.-I... ,,, 1d : In-
tlon. sick leave, and gro'ip;
may want the cnveva e Mnxvllle Baptist )* Pmvme-.l Vie.. > 8tnrke.uit" / II I I.

The voluntw! In' dlcal! .i iurnnr3. a1 ; : Mr. and Mm.
costing $3 a month Mr. and Mrs WANTED busines"end ,I MARY gARTERPAINTS I at Fun Spot Rsller: Rink I!1 for Mrs BhalVr." tfrhg

Is ceiviM! ," t-> f.!',ivnr a imlo of Mlddleburg. SELL TUADE FOR SALE!: Ooort InStarke. I. Wednesday D-c :2. 73O 7 : tIT! F-fNIfE:/ ; NURSFRY:
properties
rMMenllal
'part of doc1bl'H! an-1 nth Mr. and Mrs. -hr. Appraisal Servir for I unlm 10:30.: Presents far all skaters. Time to pUnt bare root t trees
j improved and I
medical oxponscn Mdicar\ and son speqt) r old 'Din. free 01 ehnrge.BELOTE'S .! H V Knight. P 0 Door prizes--a pair of Chlcaz: Pfcan citrus fruit shade

also provides basis! hajHal, In. I City with Mr..'. DRUGS proved tfcha I Roller! Skates. A'mla lon SO trees. Camellia azaleas. ornamental -
Drawer P'. City
surance on a im'ri-uo' \ *!h fa Robinson ,and Keystone. Ilptghtg" ; ,Cents 3tchK 1316REPOSSESSED container grown. 2

,persons 65 an," over which I l.i Lawtcy Gets New Police Car Mrs. Leon } : I FOR RENT Fleshly decorated miles No. Larrtey on 301. turn

mandatory for those cover d St. Vincents' } SALE1962 Chevrolet I furnUhed apartments. Also Complete Line LNOE1t. Se-p left at sign. Telephone 783-

by social spcurlty. sonville rampalde truck. II. 8. Bur- ofPaints lect-o-Matle ZliJ ZAK. Likj 3483 '
I Walt on unfurnished: house. 4tp 13'30)
HulU-k
Both the medical and. nPw' I'K'"I'Ch"r.'pt: denier. I... pl.tiirml'
pital Insurance programs has'l pollre rr to l-awtey 1lar..hl,1ll1hrcl. | : M. Jordan.. has been confined Tfchu Phone' Bfin-3324:\ _tfchg cy Stitches. Makes Automatic FOR SALE(}. R. Ref tigeritor.

come effectl/e/ next July 1. IM6 mMlol.. equipped tvllh Chevrolrf, nw high ( The'' cents' Hospital I For Buttonhole Sews On Button! 19' Frost Free-pull out
3lfl! ru. In. V8 engine. now recovering DELIVERY. Foremost I I FOR SALE--10 acres land 100 Blind Hems. Mononrama. Embroiders i I freezer. New (793. now $200.

The March 31 deadline ap- received In an I lry products. Ph. 964-5423 south J. M E 'Ward.*. Jr Day All Purposes Darns Patches. Etc. Bulllntrtnn/ M4-7371 tfchg

piles only to thosn who are 65 or older at the end of this home: 3tp 11121-1201) I phone 981-2521.; Nile 969-n24.) Sold New For 1329 9L1.:>> Now I

year. Those who reach 65 on ,...................., E.e..ln"I I tfchK Hand and Rrsponsible Party Assume Remaining :O'.CERF..A TO Bftl.f.

January 1 and later will have Gerald Outhm/ : YOUR HOME! I 7 Payments Of 17 00 I NO 273- -15 acre*. Paved Rd.

thice months after the by plane lut. SYLVANIA COLOR Power Tools Frontage: for this tract' near
STARKE% }( in which their birthday month oc- MAX 1 V ILL E mlngJIIm.a./ .. FOR CHRIST I FOR REl'o"TSmall' cottage 984- Ph.at 753-3011 Credit Manager. \! 'Lake 2tp 1316 City' I town. Lots of poflestblllUea for
and bath. Phone
he :3
Is rooms
curra to enroll.Xmas being Available for immediate I I'hone 961-8201 $4300 Price and $1350 down\

BUS'fESS' ; Uy Airs. A. C. Slad. ,ney ailment. Mr. 19'" Portable Color. 2281 tfrhg :333;) N. Temple F'RNISIIEf) noise I NO. 313-2 acre* --Quirt area

Phone 289-4191 the son-in-law of Console Color and 25" Rec I FOUND-Two Hounds. Owners CLOSE IV fop peaceful retirement. %

PageantThe Harold Stubbe and Color Tube. Better II) may have by paying board and Four Bed roomi. two baths. mile from large like. Peach &:
DIRECTORYAUTO : MACHINES
.yy .y..yy.y..y... .., Maxvltle resident.! and superb cabinets I advertlslnx cost. See after 6 p. SEWING I two kitchens and two living Pecan trees. Modern rm.
Sale.
Sunday School classes IH'IWII/ NKVHMaxvilie '; Austin Ellis w... your home entertainment. ,I m. Vollle Browning.: Rt 2. Box 1965 Model ClearanCe f' 1'001111I. hall and large nrreen- block house. Screened Porch.
of the First Presbyterian week ,to Spirit to fit your budxet Som 193. Starke 3tchg 12'18I' We have seven 1963 round ed porch. Completely furnished 11.000 Take thfai.

REPAIRS Church are havtni a Christ- Buptl t-Or
mas pageant Friday evening at were held Sumluy afternoon Ellis Is stationed and Television. 412 E. Call I FOR SALE APARTMENT!, These machines are completely beautiful well kept grounds at RETIRING?' Want to build

Earl's Garage 7 o'clock In the sanctuary followed at the Maxvilie. Bap. the U.S. Navy.Mr. 3t 13'23' HOUSE AND FURNITURE. guaranteed. Equipped to zigzag $10,000 A. J.; Thomas Real- that holiday home' H.,,,'. the

by a Christmas party In 'tist Church, at 3 p.m. for U. and (Mrs.. p I 210 N. Cherry St. Enjoy homj make buttonholes etc. tor. Tel. 964-8701. place! Lot 150 ft. by 170 ft.
ALL KINDS OF J. Parrish. Visiting TREES: FOR Is total price. Will accept)'
the old manse. preachers of Stark. were plus Income. Easy terms Buillngton -I,I $33 Only 2 miles from town and
AUTO RRPAIIt WORK I attending the scrvlum were tors of Claude -U. S. 301 South. Phon I I4-7271. tfchg older machen for part pay WIVES-and mothers. supplement 200 ft. from Uke. Only I SI500:

All Work Otmninteed Rev. n. 1... Tagnrt of Middle- Mr. and Mm. Mra. W. A. Stern. ment. Phone Orlando collect., the family income by I No. 284

Phone Or. -2981! 1 'i burg. Rev. Clarence Knight and sons of 3trhg 129,, LOOKING FOR BARGAINSWe 425-3577 lOt C'hlf-I'8,I working from your home. Sal?*I 241 ACRES Poultry Cattle
So.' Wulntit. !'Stark. MOUSEHOLDPESTS pastor of the ',It. Zion BaptIst have them. One 2 twrl-: work choose your own hours
here last week to 3 year old Point.- FOR RENT- Furnished gar- I and Umber farm detux. 45.000rapacity
-- Church: Hev.: Reginald J Taylor. I room trailer completely furnIshed -, Write C. R. Ruble. Dept 1>-1.
Christmas
holidays liver pled In vicinity of poultry houses 23
AUTO SKRVICK': BBC apartment on Klngsley -
I piiHtor of LonK'branch liuptlat $700. One all Aluminum I p. O. Box Nt). 2447. Memphis.
Lake. Call C. M. Lake. Mrs.. Pauline Torode. acre* tillable."' 216 acres valuable -
V D.cffisV Uhiiii-h, Kov. Uaundors pastor I complete trailer sleeps 5. $800 Tennewe 1393tp. 1331
Gilbert S. Brown : Uii.aui t.rV of Clay Hill BnptlMt' Church. ..... ; 46K-137A 4trh 1230 Orand Piano In good condition phone 833-3301. 3tch 1218 timber- 3 wells! fruit

Standard Oil Ren' Ire Station. I ; ,' and Itev. Jonas of Black Creek SALE-3 Bedroom Con- $99.00. One Milk cow. fresh FOR SALE-I \V:. acres In Law- TOP ORADE Bermuda: Hay tr_. !STKOLT 7 room. 2 bath ome.
Amiociatlon. $30 at barn. 13$ delivered In REALTY
ATLAS! C.-',, Attending from Block House with city gentle. tey. Contact Mr. C. R. Crews. 2117
3 ton lots. N. Temple Ave.
Reclsterej' Angus
Clay Hill with Rev. have machines.ass .
We
I Saumters 12Wides. water & sewerage. Con- sewing 783-3040 or Glenn
TIRE* & iiATTiiir..s; : : ,I were phone Bulls. T. W B kr Ac Sons. I IL.5.. 301))
Hardy all
Tudgett and Floyd driveway. Fenced-in heaters! stoves beds C-rew 044-4101 4tn 13 Ifl .
Budget. Terms foal. Kervln\ Johns. Lake Geneva. Fla." Ph. 473- rnnn* !t1l"-U11
: kinds of furniture bargains
.
Phone W4-7071 I Custom Mad.For ALSO: OE electric 4704
J07 ., The climax of the ordination Florida $100. Call Harold Epps, Elertrlc: appliances! dolls toys TRANSPORTATION 4tf 1330 FOR SALE: Air-conditioned
N. l .
_- Trrnpl|> __ Sturk. I HcrvlccH was Sunday night : after 5 p. m. or on many Items old and new. Keep your party together REAL EST.'ITF.RFPRIAINTATIVE I I 10 x 31 M-Jblle Hom. v'r'icod

HURST'S at 7 p.m. at the Humbly night'tiel'vlcell. ('Tet t [ .. ... 2tch 13'16' Clothlnsr and shoes.'! | rharter a Greyhound bUI. Call : WANTED:. : ): ; condition and:! nicely fur.

YOU I Wn bur sell and trade at the Lacy Conway Greyhound 084- Safe-Buy Real Estate: Agency n .hei. Ph. 944-2M1, 42J( N
:.S lJFLI.': For V UNIFORMS Shirts I mlIei1' 4051 or night 964-1044. Lacy '.
The Young Married( Ladles, Old Trartlnn Post. 3 a well ecUbllrhci: Walnut I.-.>. 12 III
Service Station I'hone Class of the Maxvilie' BaptistChurch No Salaried pants also ladles work North of tl\rlre: (ITt 301. .Ju."t' Conway rein fI.rvtes" tfch7orrr real. tsUte sales art ruttonal.I': 'I
M !!. reconditioned laun- FCR Hg'-T
; come on out an] look around. FUTJNISHfnAPARTS.fENT3.
are having
their
OaR organization. ls
Oils Lubrlo.itlnn missioned BOXES Oranes. seeklnz f
Cliflatiiias, and starched. All sixes'<'\ 2tp UU! : I'gfcts mlwater :
.wGomlyeiir"" Tlrcn ft llntlerlra Party Saturday Orapefrult. etc. Tre Fresh" qualified representstlva for the ,
ROAD SERVICESHKKT 964-3965 night, December 18 at 7 p.m. : DAD &: I1RAD colortl.IIO per suit. In Fruit direct from m"... SUrke area and .surrounding I. 310 N. Cherry 5t' Mr.
nt the home I Madame Robert Ph. nu'llruton. M4-367I or 94.-
of Mr. and Mrs. LIKE TO Dowllrin's Produce Market. U I territory. Tau are offered
MKTAL.: %WORKrhompson Buddy, Browning., U. S. Highway 301. business. i 7271 |,-h,.
i iI TV S SERVICE fl 301 South Jtrh 12 18 operation backed loca'j
South of Starke.
Florida The annual
Christmas Party YOU I progressive organisation 8IAME3B. : KITTENS for
Sheet I at the Maxvilie I 2tch 12'16 I FOR SALE-I 1 Portable Electric national
I Baptist advrrtuinft:' and sales j'' ale. t weks oH. M'le* $13
Metal Works Pest Church will ..be held Wednesday fly WeMer. 250 Amp lID pr01t1'8Dthat gets result 1! Fema" :.s $10 CsU 944-3591 Itp
( night. December 23 at the : All Sires on Tins CHRISTMAS : 330: AC or DC current. Just Personalized training. and su-'

tAll Type!t MetalVnrk I i Control church. Kveryone: Is Invited 8-10-12. A LIFETIME. Olve your I Southern :Marine & TV I like new. Ooetzman Bros. Oarace. -j perrislon. advertising and sup- I,

KSTIMATE3. PABRICATION I to 'attend.! IVi the gift of learning Phone 473-3104 Keystone FOR RENT One dronm
6 CHEMICAL CO. .j We wish to announce that plies at no cost to you., facluI -i
AND INSTALLATION .I ? Book Encyclor'edla. M. H"lorhu tfch I completely furnished\ house
The I and '
: Young 'Married Ladle. 1 tiLes your .uc-ees.1I10Pf'1'.Uon.
I :Mr. David Cunter! l H I [ .
Heating &: Air Coml.. l'Iy..t' ,,"'* Class sponsored a shower atchlll't'h Payne, P. B. Box 828. now after meeting' state lIcensingrequirements. ',i, trailer Water electricity furnl
Ph. 9B4-07H R Saturday | Opportunity for I
| for
1 night New and 4tchv I3'31' TV Technician. Has two bar service station!I single person Reatonabl' ..
Mr. and Airs. ''Marvin Sm lh. I unlimited': Income. inquiries
1 Walnut and Madison Phone
for 1 lease at -I 969-1281 tfchg
c.. 'ta Mt. Zion Baptist Church: 8Yr. financing: TO RENT 3 bed- 30 Day SpecialTV St... Paid training avail Invited> from licenced! salesmen I I
The Mt.\ Zion Baptist Church and brokers. Alao. sale
unfurnished hoiue. Ph. I Jack.
SOUTHERN able. Call Travis Mathte. O. W HODOE UrVTTTS YOU
will hold their annual Chrl.itmim team or man *nj: wife who
UM Our R or write Trooper O SERVICE O.OO ,awivlllm 3SH-mi\ : ttl'hqr I to hIs Turkey
I"rty'tlln I
WANTS YOU TO HAVE A ? December 22 at 7 p.m. Everyone chane Plan- Garret Fla. P. 0. Box 421.12 Jas 23 CALL O FOR SALE -ID ft. by SO ft money by: lluinc showtrut. selling .Anlc Drive Inn, every Sat
2tp I
U invited. to attend. Under $50 Per Two Miles of Starke house trailer. Bargain price. and trading real and Sun. a t 2.30: p. m. Both _____
n MERRY CHRISTMAS )} B,. and frozen turkeys.2tch .
Saturday
will| be another ttj (3.300. Excellent condition. Our Florkta District Ntat'l
!!: TRAILER 2 bed
II work day on the new addition Cost U BOO See Mr. Walker will be plevwtt to meet ) 172)
ft WHY PUT nvv CHRISTMAS{ SHOPPING' : <| of the church. The building Is 47 x 12. with 2 piece t I Walkers Shell Srrvtre Station explain our program In detal!

'A t': TIl. PAY HAY 0 progressing\ along on schedule room suite.' D'Luxs FOR RENT Unfurnished 7'rco H''.*w,> '''1'In\ ..>..>.... tfch WarT NOW to SAFE-BOY EGg R"'vr One. bedxvom _

K i$ and the Sunday School still with Vue-Maglc Oven n house et 753 N WalnutSt. PEAL E3TATE AOEfCY Mr Irsll't' T mL'er' se ,trtOrtt

.= "' co 'tlniies to wttTi\ each. purchase one Call 984-0201 Or 969-2594.! R rr2&3BR fltl. .
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grow. nev. Clarence Mayo Slats. Box 163. D nl-ht park!1.a _
_ Knight pastor of the Mobile Whirlpool Automatic' UP!!1I Hmie 1>..
Cash Ienvth: or I TotalAdvance church Invltei everyone to attend I ,hlni- Machine ant one set | I 10 Ft Wide. k 13 n WHe TW 4-731 Itelw 9iO-291 OT Sf9- .au ''I.: '
I church ,tes. $3898 SO. KIn MobIle Call Collet Jax P1' *. :3i -24'19'' I "ffl
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I !l0 !lJaC rru.soN.\i.s: ( :. IIomeNtead vU1f.'; Fla. Ph. 378-2311 by! ope-tors. HUh school
$2j.76. $1.21 I graduate with runJamTitaU 'ii
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Patty ParrlHh of Jackson- FinanrlnLake Itchg In electricity' or electronic to!I anl mothesup! GIFTS! J I j .
51.52 I 110) Un": 2.1 I plement the family income by j
I I assemble' or test' tubes.' Train W
SAlE1938 Chevrolet ing In Armed working from your home SEWING MACHINES IQ '
or experience::
100.10 90 !
Days 1.l0 ll1a. RtH. St. A. Oault. s.ue.orlt. Q I : 1
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LOANS UP TO $HOO 70t O. Box 3. Lawtey Ph. 783-i benefits and working rondl-j I hours. Write C R. Ruble. Del*. U Singer $20, $40, $80. Terms j .
S Trailer Itp 13 16 r>l. P. O. Box No. 2441. p ,1
tlons. Dally Interviews. 9 a. m. i; P ,' ,,
I to 3 p. m. Saturday: Int.-",_" MemphU." Teruwwe U A-l Sewing Machine Ex. Inc. J ,;.. ,;I ")

Southern Discount Company On Route 1M. Ofl : carpet' clean- 9 .a. m. to 12 noon. SPERRY 139 2tp 1223 t j

'cte666 Kev..tnn. you e.-er u,
; Open Run. &: '_ Blue' luster Rent electric l Sperty R*nd. Curp.. Olnes- FOR RENT--' room UflAWT%.

PHONE 9CI-0101 116 5 S. WALNUT ST. I p Khamnooer, SI. Htsrfce Hard yule' FI.... an equal oppor- l Ished duplex .parUn L. 70"' t FREE PARKIM: ip.m J

ware.' 1 tchjr unity employer.' 2tch 1223 tAU St. Call S64-79A4. i es.t:> IIS.C: 'c\\ a"i"t;"
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Color and Slle 4x6 25.00 .
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LADIES: r BOY'S BELTS HOYSDRESS
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LONDON F 0 IIY IIICKOK- I'.! ;

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Vanity FairPANTIES To Choose From V'fl'/Iar31tirr
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l dent 'usually Is required .to Social Security dart, many And if impossible .Lighting ContestSet $10 will be awarded for lit the woman and found'six HTKNTIOV- -: OF' AE.B I
I Men and Women Eligible take a qualifying ,examination. to fto so because of employment 2nd. and 3rd place.To small tubs containing: an In- Notlo. of Intention to ,pur-
Office 'or home resporutbilltlea. At State FarmThe register for the contest, halator liquid held In place ch... under bulk ..I.. law .to V
To Apply For Nurse TrainingThe Upon a elate satisfactorily accredited"'Completing1 program -- District The three major group of call Mrs. Raymond Jordan, under her wig with tiny' metal .11 paraona. age/na having1/ Western lalm..r Auto 4.m..d. A
[Iii Evening Hour people who! ehouM get in touch Florida State Prison secretary Employees Club clips. .Aaaoolat' atop owned br
In practical nursing '
with.the social security office Employees club and the Home Florida State Prison. A charge of smuggling con- Edward. Bryan x.y.ton.H.I..hI. .
County Practical September. month In duration! the graduate -
Alachua
Thei social security dt..trlctGaklNV1Ue the Demonstration Club are sponsoring .. Florida the und.r.l.ned -
are following
School is accepting be .practical la quail traband Into the prison was ,In bulk ty
Nursing Nursing education can nurse ; outside Christmas Intanda to purchaaa
Jin! writ an
applications for the Febru- obtained on many levels today.A fled to take the licensing examination re- l{ eople wlio are now 8/S/ or Woman Hides filed against the woman by the tock of sooda. waraa or ..
office/open from I p.m.. to :8 older :but who are not entitledto decorating and lighting con- R. H. (GDobl! Williams, chief rchanai.a and I or tha buatnaaa .
ary, 1968 class Both male and: bachelor of science degree which I IA administered n Tuesday. December:21 social .ecur) y benefits. test for residents of the State ContrabandUnder Investigator for the prison. flxturaa. or equipment used e.v
female applicants of any rasa I In nursing can be earned at a by the State 'Board of for tie added convenienceresidents or Some of these are forbenadta Farm. Rules are as follows: 'In eonnactlon with that certainbualneaa va
I eligible Theron
will be considered. Persons interested four year University an as- Nurse Examiners In Jackson- Her Wig' Drdf9r4.CountJ or .nterprlaea known 1.I;
of the area John W 1. Only residents of the '
lilt have.not applied Yawn set bond at $500, .. the Waatern Auto Aaaoclat
in the program choud: 'I foclate degree In nursing can ville. Correspondence courses ..,
State 1.
Spann? Jr.Social SeciUtydistrick for' them because they are Farm may enter. jUo, Keystone Ilel..hI.101'1< L.J
returnable December 14.
contact Joseph O. Wood DIrector ,: be earned at a two year Jun- : in nursing are not accepted by ; manager, has annouqceJ. still tworjdnff lull time. Spann 2. Entries must be In .by Visitors to the Florida State and to eonclud..RdCh. purctmia J
of Vocational Education ior College, and a diploma In I the State of Florida. These evening1 hours are In emphasUcx that it la desirable Saturday Dec. 18. Prison must pass through an on December 11th. IU5,hayln at U i
101 S. K. 2nd Place Gainesville nursing can be received at a The need of Is great TO WHOM IT Mfr< POYCneY noon and all persons. .. f:
nurses I addition to the regular 8:30:: a for theee people to apply now 3. Decorations will be Judgedon : electronic. metal- etecUn.: clams' or dfunand .. .1" tha
Pla. Telephone numbersare three year hospital school of throughout our country. The m. to 4149 p.m. Hchertule of of originality beauty and I. 1.rilllem.nn lint( vendor are admonlahcd to notify U!
'to cstaibllaii their social se ur. device which can see right I rvaiHinaMtla lee ... .....bt..n... .
Director's office 372- nursing-all conferring. the Utile continuing stress on health, I flee hours .Monday through Ity benefit. rights and to qual visibility from the outside. The through a wig. nail l.jr ...y"... mh? .r than my 'the underdgn.d l at that addraaaon litd'
4391! Ext. 45; Practical Nurs- of Registered. Nurse RN1.[ health Insurance. and the recent I Friday The Gainesville oTPcf! ,ffy for ,the hospital insurance display must not be construc- Evelyn Jeanette Odom. the 11,11. U V WllUamimn.PUMI0 nr hnfora Pat aald H. datant1r11Ht Bradley
ing Program Office 376-8118. upon satisfactory completion Medicare legislation has will aim be open Saturday protection that begins In July ted by inmates. wife of an Inmate. was checked : \It.,Ilstp I/U AUOREI4It: Lawrence Bouia-
The Alachua County pro- of the licensing examination. Increased this need In 1B63. from 8 a.m. to 12 noon on De- 1908.( He emphasised that no 4. Hours of display will be by the machine last week, yard.. K.y.ton. Hefty. ,Fle/: a:
gram Is sponsored by the Vo- The next level fa the licensed the Surgeon General's Con cember 4, 11, and 18. one can lose by applying; for from 6:30: to 10 p. m. Tuesday and each time it buzzed a note Net\: .eek N." at'SPEIDE 'P14TFUGRAP11. tctr.
cational Education Depart- practical nurse. The requirements sultant Group on Nursing, Mr. Spann pointed' out that I benefit a* soon as be reaches Dec. 21.Cash. of alarm. : I II I I Flush...Notebook $2JO at the ;
ment of Alachua County the to enter practical predicted the need for an ad- it is Important for many' pec. I 69 .(those Who retire between prizes of $25 fis, and Finally a matron searched TELEGRAPH. a:
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State Department of Eudcation nursing may vary slightly ditional 300,000 professional pie to get In touch,: with the I 62 and CO may receive; 'cash -- -- -- -- -
and the Florida State from school school and stateto nurses by 1970 without Medi- district office to take advantage benefits but in a permanently, -
Board of Nurse Examiners. A state, but generally Include of /the health insuranceand I reduced amountt They are not I > ,
total of 252 people 1I11we graduated good health, American Citizenship care. Haveyou considered other provisions of the eligible for hospital insurance I
frpm\ the program sinceit a 10th grade education : nursing as a career? It is an 1965 amendment to the social until lheY'reach 66.) 109 EAST CALL ST.

began in 1957. There are [preferably a high school excellent way to serve man- security ,,program.. Although Mjiny of the people T2t>r older -
presently two classes per year, graduate! and an age between I kind. most pe->pl.. are able *re pot POW'\...HIon&' benefits I i BUY AT .PHONE 961-5211
one in February and one In 18 and 45. The entering stu- to visit the office during the because they (for their husband STAUKE. FLORIDA

__ .... --.of, A >'bad not worked enough :I
udder eooial security to quali i I

I IJII fy.. Many of these people will
now be! eligible for cash benefits I
.- because the new law re-'
> doors" tha..anr>ouivt oXwork" re-
# : gWrsdor! most people l 72. or
,1' f* older... GEM JEWELRYWhere
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Widows: 60 or 01 years. of
: TOP ""f "1 age '..who under ,the old law I
> would have ,..teen eligible for'
:J/j'\S'\; Vldowa ..,.netJ>LN aa, eurjy as I'
_:: ', ? aye 8fl' fttigy.:wih, to accept
A permanently reduced amoiint.3trizo4rrlea i

.. I KOur ,, "' ;.:;J:' ":_'. 22>,',.r8.) '<>' .ate students who>.e social K to I 1'1' Purchases Can Be

," .... IN lfntT beneHtj, have beenStopped Your .
; { and students' who re-
Shelves Are Packed High With All New ChristmQ Merchandise ceivetsooM; ) aectwHy) t benefits :

and are."neariMi ,*|f_ IS. an4 I
This Year --- Come And Save The Difference! who plan to continue In school. I
Upon" application,' monthly ServicedCHRISTMAS
benefits car be paid back to\ Reliably .
? ? ? s s c" w wta-'--- fcs c s &strqiwsciI January 1965 to, unmarried
tudenu who under 22 In ,
I XMAS PAPER \ XMAS LIGHTS CHRISTMAS \ January .IMS were and who were I''
3 dropped from, the social se Yu 1101!'

r.:.... ,I 8 Light Set S ORNAMENTS qurityrolls IP. -when they" reached SPECIAL WATCHES Parker


cl c'! The Gainesville Office is at Booial 409 SW Security -.I Franchised]
While They
: ? Second Ave. The teephone I

3 Ku$ 33 a 73e ft A5 9T. / number- Is 372-430.. i Last From
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9 7 STYLES ftft More: LeasesSigned : ChromeBread f 17.95Wyler DealerConvertible 1

WithKerrMcGee : Trays
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Addltfonttl mining leae oa between -i Only 1.95 a PEN ,SETS
Kerr-McOee oil Indus- I II L: Dulova ,
trie.and 11 property owners, e
FREE n MM COMPLETE TOYDEPARTMENT Covering 3.364 acres In the Leica I From
gap Bro lter-N_ River area have I I. DaBRACELETS
been Bradford. HsDemand
n filed In the "
$5.00
P. I County courthouse.
Of Any i I J'rr-McOee already has I Iluy Your Watches Where You Can
leases/ to several thousand Receive Guaranteed) Service
AtGigantic I
Item acres .of property In Bradford
Unlort and Alachua County.
Purchased and In known to ,be Interested I WATCH BANDS ThisProtection
In. the
Savings possibilities of phos _
Here phate mining in this area. I
The latent lease to be recorded -
are with: I We Buying a Gift Watch We
M. O. and Mildred Harrell. When You Buy.A
Brooker. 980 acres. Gift This Christmas? I Do

Carl.I.. and Mary Brown. NEWWATCH
FOR HER Hampton, 44 acres. Wrap A WONDERFUL IDEA Our
Roy'Q., and Lode Tomlln- RUT IT WITH A
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son Brooker lee acres. FREE Own
Frank L. and Emma Lou
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TAGS Clarence) W. and Martha i
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Jane Letter, Brooker. :240 acres. I
'. H. p. and Zeila Rouse Lake Diamond 7WJSTOfXTcHMID! I
AND SEALS Butler, 11 acres I
r 4IQrW Victor" R.,and Oertie Jones / Dinner _,\ : Costume r rY M
Bobby James,
and Caralee ,
'RIBBONORNAMENTS \ Jones, BrQoker. (0 acrM. M ..4 Ill i iy Rings A BETTER IDEAl III Sets I
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W. p. and Linda Andrews % 'r'renW We MM cYU7 WM* ea

Brooker. 160 acres Qsl'9 Uem Jewelry' baa purchaseda Pendants theWott.fJMaslWl
Thomas M. and Mildred F.
Ii % We Have A Full Selection Stephens. Smoker MO acres apeclaJ! Mtlertlon of an.
.. "'aU-"'"* that are custom
C E. and Winnie M. An-
fitted. with Spledel UatrJtbandn. -
PAPER To' Choose From drew. Brooker, too *.cr? .. Make your gift selection ,
Agnes M.\ and Louis L. .
.: ...,..., shop at GemJawHry. A Ktenrilic MMtnuneM
r Johns Brooker 1,053 acres. '. thai dttacts any irrrp
25c To 39c Values I (ghpiet. laritiet in any wttch, a
'l Action; GroupEects CREDIT AT NO INTEREST OR ccrrjfioce of accuracy .e

lie CARRYING CHARGES I tiure. your ..tislK o&

Officers I Come !ia and we will

LADIES The newly formed Bradford Pierced DIAMOND Birthstone EARRINGS MM your prestos witch
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if HOUSE SHOES County Economic Agency elected -. EARRINGS PENDANTSFrom RINGS Free.
officer at a meeUna; Wednesday -
BRACELETSTIE
Dec. a.'la the city
99' recreation. center, I' 15.50l' From 14.50
Sleeted to head the local SETS

action 'group were R 4Y. F. I*
nowan aa preaMenttJ Rodney
CHILDREN'SSJlOES Hall. vice t president; and Mrs. '

Joyce'treasurer.lUherd, ft:* .ecr tary-! fl1eifttkefII 9! t trmsure,

-. $1.99MEN'S A majority of to board ot)'I
directors of the local, organ
Isatlon selected the} offk fa. Silrer Plate
Also'approved'by those pre JEWELRY Serving Pieces
sent were the-articles.of inr
.. corporation for.. the local or-
SHOES $344 ganlutlon.:' : r1 w f: j
For Santa Himself The articles I were signed by rp. VAN DELL WHITING AND DAVIS Grrnry79L
.those- present{, Penofia. who ; CHARM imACKLETS AND CHARMS
Men's could not attend yesterday but I .
did attend.the previous meet
I BILL FOLDS
Cold Meat Fork_
SHIRTS UNDERWEAR ing.on No*. IT wUl have an I
Salad Senrinc Spoon
opportunity to den I By

HANKIESAND Wednesday's meeting the I h a' PRINCEGARDNER
third for the.local action. I.. Crb"1 ; CHARMSDiamond
gtoupwas sparsely attended.
BOXED GIFT ITEMSJTTOM
Only .onle 1. persons were
preaon; !IOUt JS attended,the For Ladles and King
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]f" ov..1'J meeting. Gents Sets
..niojose of tile.1IT' J'tU&u.n
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DOLLARSTADKE Is to participate In :program Wide Selection ToFrom
av JJaW t uwttT..the jJronomJcrxiiortunltlM Choice: of U K. White CIlOOIIC! $49.95Mr
AeUThe KOAprograou or Yellow Gold r,

doitcrrd to Mi -
am
FLA. .t needy low lnooma.families FULL
I 'and' 'function tnroush local: CARAT $350 and Mrs. N. L. Woodburn -I Owners I

non-pront orf rOzstlona a ucl)?
I aa the Bradford County Economic -

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ented al firs hazard vented wick-type heater 1m Horace C. Crockrell of Starke; I Social Security urlty office.If : VA Warns premium payments' be made.
The new law' gives the Hotel hla UI\i>rem1sea. two daughters. Mrs. Mary An- anyone knows or Is''relatedto Dixon said that the new In- IVOTICK OK lmTIC.YTIOY TO
W k Heaters \ and Restaurant Commission "This law is another step fill of Hometown. Ill.,and Mrs Office Asks someone 65 on. over .who About PaymentOf service insurance will cover all : ''
A Banned the statewide responsibility of taken by the government of Jean Dzlekanowskl of $uchannon. : Public's HelpThe does not receive social security PremiumsM. persons In the military service N n tIe.B!
enforcement, and makes any Florida to further insure the Mich.; three eons, II. or railroad retirement benefits and no money need be paid th* undoralirncd. under th. pro-
big step In fire safe- person violating the provisions safety of our visitors, as well Crockrell of Starke; Charles Gainesville Social Security please get in touth with T Dixon of the Florida by any wife or parent. The vlHlons of Chapter 20953. Law...
y other Florida's public lodging !guilty of a misdemeanor. as our own citizens Hamrick E. Crockrell.: Oermany; and office to. asking" the helpof m social security office or tell Department of Veterans Af- serviceman will have a maxi- nr r.(ti.l.r Vlorld with j\ct.the of Clerk nth of! will the
"These added. J. D. Crockrell of Wewahltch- your friends to contact a soc all and mum of U deducted from his
Timodatlons has been takes dangerous heaters the public In contacting falro. warns parenta Circuit Court. In and for Bradford -
ith the outlawing of un-I must be removed and all operators ka. Thirteen grandchildren also i I t Krson< who are 6$ years of tal security agent, if he has I wives who might have eons monthly military pay for $10- County Florida, upon receipt
ve >d fuel-burning wick-type of public lodging establishments Engineering survive. I ate and oder! ,*but who do not not already done so. daughter or husbands In the 000 of insurance. of proof of publication of
heaters by the 1985 and local fire and Funeral services were held receive social security' or rallrc These Individuate have until : military service that lettersare "Don't be fooled by these this notice the flctUlou name
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Li latures. According to W. I Inspection agencies are askedto Society Forms at. 2 p. m. Saturday in the ul i-etliement benefits. March 31, IMS to sign up"tor being sent out to them by Insurance companies trying to of Rainbow Farm. Rt. 1 Box,
Ood with the voluntary medical Insurance some private Insurance take advantage of yoon\ l50 A. Starke. Florida.
1. imrlck. Florida's Hotel cooperate, the Commissioner New ChapterA Starke Church of It lj necessary to contact companies -
r Restaurant Commlasion- said. Rev. I* S. Williams officiating. these peoili; because I if they want this protection offering a certain class something the Congress has Kri-rt. M. Smith, Rt. 1 Box H9-
they may
In Brown when the program starts of Insurance and Inferring made law and available to A. Stark. Florida .ol. owner.l .
er :hese heaters especially The law also gives the Hotel new chapter of the Florida Interment was be eligible\) for the new pror -
lore portable types-nave and Restaurant Commission Engineering Society was. Cemetery under. direction of r.*. of health Insurance I July 1. 1 M. that it Is the new military Insurance each and every" In-service man >..t... tM\ lilt day of Lecem.her -
OalneevlHe and woman Dixon said. r>, !Ills at Starke, Ilrudfunl -
Funeral The social let'urIIt.v enacted by the last A.
the 'cause!: of many fires authority to revoke or suspendthe organized recently at a meeting DeWitt C. Jones i Medicare: )." says John W ..
d through the years. license of any public lodg- in Lake City Known as Home. I Foann Jr, manager of the office la located at 409( S. session of Congress. The< companies ritutlo,. Notebook ft.ao al the (Oninity Florlila.
mrtck said such heaters ing establishment where the the Crown Chapter it Is com Gainesville district social sec I Second Avenue. The phone are asking that certain 1 Plastic Notebook at 11/9 4tcha1130
92.21
L angerous because of the provisions are violated. A fine : prised of Baker. Bradford; Services Friday ,., .. number Is 3Tl-: 08.
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fumes they emit while of up to $500 or six months in Columbia, Hamilton Suwan- : Cf'IQI tu" C1"IcIIIi "
r\g\ and also because'they Jan or both can be levied I.I nee, and Union Counties. For G. F. Odom,
a: ashy kicked; over spillingand 'against the operator who permits I James A. Brewer State Road

creating an addition-'. the continued: > use of un- I I chapter was Department elected at the District president organization Engineer of the Starke Gordon F.Merchant Odom. 7:, died I i SHOP AND, SAVE AT KOCH'S FABULOUS is

Thursday' Dec. 9. at his homeIn


/v kTOOL5 meetlnir.Crown the Regular second Chapter Thursday meetings will be of of each held the\ ness.Born Starke In after North a'Carolina lengthy ill-on;,' c:: = -4 )' ,15 ,- :::: "'- ,,

month: at the Red Barn Restaurant I Jan. 9. 1893. he was the son _
Ift( \ .ara antHRISTMAS in Late City. All ""*Ie-.[of the late William and Margaret If '-
list t the ,
tered or graduate!' ensln-sareinvitrd JohiMroir Worn. For
to.attend and become past 18 years he hnd operated .
( SPECIALS FOR THEDOJTYQURSELF members. A meat and grocery marketon i' I ,
MAN The Florida Engineering Highway/ 100 Jut south Of .
I Society. U'a'non-rOf1t educational I Starke. He wns a .member of ?
and fraternal the First Methodist Church,
; PECIAL, SPECIAL I tlo:!. affiliated with orltaNa-1 and Bradford Lodge No. 33. Fit I' : 9
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mplete Shakespear I Kernz 0 Matlc Engineers.' I Surviving Labia wife, )'sg I ,, Q
OUTFITd. TORCH'KITSFor Among the objects of the Taylor Odom; three daughters. u

> Reel. Rxtra J.lniteR' the Handy. ManIeg. Crown public Chapter health.are safety to advancethe : and I I Starke, ;Mrs.MrsWalter Chester oreeneHAlbany. Wile, IN OUR COSMETIC DEPT. FOR THAT MAN S

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$29.30 Value
welfare through the exercise Oa.. and 11 rs Virginia
( 7.69 of the creative function*of the I. Chamber Daytona Beach) ., 1 SNOP ,
$21.95 engineering' profession, and to 1 two brothers. J. D. Odom.:! Hr,
$6.49 develop the civic consciousness -* IAI;. City: pnd James Leroy I''C "
of member qf. the-Croup 1: Odom. Havana Flu Also sur1 1i L,, s
PECI'AL '
SPECIAL' 1 vlvlng are seven grandchildren -
and nine great-grandchtl s
White Rites SaturdayFor I I !
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Acrylic-Vinyl I LAVARTORYwith Mrs. Crockrell Lfff Funeral services were held", < s

PAINT All Trim In Church of GodMrs. at 11 'a. m. Friday In Jonrs
1 Mrtporlal Chapr) with Rev. ,
leeK. $3.95 Hundreds of
Mrtbel Rowers Croek- J I J.hn R. Brubham offlflsUng.
$2.95 19.95 .yell .60. died Wednesdays' Dec. I Interment was In Laura Hill I
--- .. at her home In" a lingering! illness. She was''I'I at 4 p. m. Saturday, with Ma- The Most Wanted Ever
Euilders Hardware & Supply born June 19. 1009 In Arkansas 1 sonic rites at the grave. De- I' .. ,
for Witt C Jones Funeral Home
sod: hM 11 wd here Popular

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ALL FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE! Better Names In Cosmetics NEW.DA3H1NG PUB BY Q

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i New Exciting Odors Of Efff.Qut; that Something For Every Man I

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for tttot taU' ", 41 ; s f Thrilling Scents 01 Desert, RAZORS 11 A Wide Selectionor Pyrex ,
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Sins. to 20. ffI Flower Shoe Polishers So Gracious To Give ,

Lanterns So Grand To Get
COTY YARDLEY Battery I IF 0.11

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"' .*.TOH.., 'N".WR'1" ; We Have A Complete Assortment of Candy and Fruit Cake Materials!
1J.&SnlOJ1t1Jt.o.ceTo-Go-. Ggad-llwtTa} rate .lJltlj"
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We have our usual Shortening Special .', Land O' Sunshine
IOul Beautiful assortment of r ... / 1.
Christmas Trees C- a :; _................_..
7j Priced from $2.29 to ti CRISCO -: t PLAIN OR SELF-RISING BUTTER ALUMINUM' .
M J $7.99! Plus those ,, ::;;;c:. ....!:-...- ALCOA FOIL ,
lovely Scotch Pines for .
$...99. -+ REG.61, ;;ii :F-. Regular I 33t .
?r' REG. 91l IAVI12" REG. 7Sf 29 I

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KrK .-i t U. S. CHOICE LAMB SALE + $ t f(
'.V TOMATOES .. 8// 1. BEEF HASH 39'
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Reg. 29< 12-ox. Box Crackln'. Good Vanilla .
11.\ Leg 0" Lamb 79; c'R'rt iA'iS'liiff/ WAFERS 2/49'' ? = I,

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If U. S.CHOICE LOIN (Rg. $1.S9Ib.1! ) U. S. CHOICE LAMB DRINK . 4/1. CORN BREAD ,19' "

,.. Chops La T 1 Breast-.29 = -
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U. S. CHOICE SHOULDER LAMB U. S. CHOICE LAMB SPECIAL' U.S. "NO. 1 REO. 4 1(4( e SAVE 1fI
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POTATOES 89' OR'GE JUICE 689'ILB. 20 79* ft I i'.,

PKG. BREADED PAN-REDI SARA LEE CHOCOLATE OR -
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: SHRIMP . $199 BANANA CAKE 79' SAVE :: : ,

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)1 FRUIT PIES 31./ OLEO. 4 Ibs.$1. o. HALF 1- U. $. CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS FULL CUT ,

I. J GALLON Round Steak 98. '
LARGE FRESH STALKSFresh .
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I Celery / 1? 'i
+. 2291.'A" h' Sirloin Steak LB, 98.

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j.c j GOLDEN.. BANTAM. ,. 1 -r" f:
., Oranges 8 BAG 59i k IJ 1:., tt'l' Beef Stew U. 29. '-
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CORN U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND LEAN
ALL PURPOSE R W-D BROAD-BREASTED QUICK All Meat Stew 79. I'
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Apples 5 BAG fRESH AND SWEET tiiC.TURKEY S .,; __, ,- No W.q f'.r .

(Your Choice In Shell) Brazil Nuts, Mixed NuN, Filbert,Almonds,Wolnutt

1J Holiday Nuts49 ': 1 ,/ Le. 43x 10-1 LIS. LI3"1.9 IS / CHICKEN Gizzards ; .- ?. 294 5 Gr.Ib.. :Beef:I ..WD: s 9:

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RfGUlAA 49t COPELAND A.....age

I GREEN GIANT FROZEN FOOD SALE! EARS" Wieners :"> pkg. 39 Turkeys I( *. 49:

; BROCCOLI SPEARS LIAF SPINACH 11i! 'w,
GR. PEAS, BEANS BABY LIMAS 3 UBUTTER$1 \' \\\ (1iIN 1' '-- e \ (K:
NIBLITS CORN MIXIO VIGETAB.. t .. + r \"1JIlh
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i "1 "EXTRA r- EXTRA i i With The PurchoM of Each Piece of Srainlen Steel! i TIN ,

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RRADI"ORn COUNTY TKI.FORAPH. STARHK. "AmID"
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.1 When we look Into mirror M. IA Turner.during the vceek.Atr 'A. D. Dobb I game in. Oalneavtlla Friday. ,I IPrt'8I'Ott of Klngnley' Lake i i I 'L' .
we pee a reflection of ourselves. and ]\(... Bloom of Lake Mr. and ,Mr. Sandy rhl111\ I Vlattlrgr Mr and MM.. Witj "
Christ Is .. When ,W4l1, visited ,Rt,. were Sunday visitors of Mrs I TIIK' RIfJHT POINT for the .
we truly look Butler; and Mrs. Visited Air. ,and Mra, W i; j llarti Patrick during the week Hattie DnrU>
I y. boss Sinn 1'roH-
write. Com In and
upon the Son of Clod, He Charles Harvey 1 way you
r"e as Sunday. Bishop In Jacksonville: during were their aon-ln-liiw and .
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colt and Mr \
8n.Mu. Hiram
hung upon Calvary. the' sin- :. Mr. and Mr*. BuR.na Pearson the weekend. I ,daughter. Mr. and Mrs Kl'nny'' Dennett Rev. 1IIf'IIf'C your favorite KHTKRniiOOK : "
IIn.1(1'8.: C L. ] fuunUhi
The AnswerBy toss dying for'the sinful; the of Galneavflle spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs! 0. T. Uoyrteof I Uncey of High Spring and Tyler' of 1I1IChhmd't'rQ pro. TEUE- .
OKAVIl.AMBULANCE
righteous one dying for the wMh her eon-in-l.ts and ,, VahJonta.. On.|spent t;'rii.iyand Mr. and Mrs( At,. S. Williamson Monthly afternoon calling i -:
I IRev. unrighteous! only then will we dnng-Wer.\ Mr. and 1\(1'''. Tom' Saturday with nor mother 'I of MliMIobunr;: Mr. anti Mrn. RaymondV.. ._ :__
Charles let the ,true meaning of Tatum. Jr. and children.R. I Mrs Kd: Durban and atte.ndt'(11 j I Mrs.\ Johnny Jenkins and Harrey Bryan i-clebrntetl their 22ml 1
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Christmas for It was for this \V. Moiiley\ Jr. and family the Championship. footbiUl''' sons' of Jacksonville were vlmtng (I
Pastor First Bapht'rhureh' cause this scene at Calvary of Orlando spent the weekend I'game in (1alneMt'l1ht< Frltln I I \ her parent Mr and Mrs. wedding anniversary hint ,Fri.. SERVICE
day the home
In of their
that He came Into the.world. wMh Mrs: R.V.. 'Modley, Mr. and Mi.. 10:. J. U"\i1or-l' O. J Anders, on Sundny. Ware "" '
Lawtey. Fla.. He Is the mirror of Deity. He Sr. and 1 Mr. and Mr. Lee Dyal eon Were vHUIn Mrs, Ruby! I! plci *ed to note that MrAndr.rs I In-l..w. and daughter, Mr IlA.I' PHONE 961-2600
'- neawse ... Is the express Image of God's and family. Crewa tn Glen St. Mary Sun in. Improving suit .xpects .I Mrs Ralph Jiu-ob.i. with n DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
KEEPING CHRISTMASThe we love Him andbecause person lie Interprets Dod to Mrs Horace Cox. of WaUlo j to return from the hospital -; family iwrtv. Thft! thre -tlt>r<> Apostle Paul In hla we are happy about our dull hearts. In Him Ood pent Thurmliiy and Friday day.Mrs.\ !. FrAnk Row and grant--, \ mx>nMrs. I I wedding cake. lout In white I OeWitt C. Jone! ReJIMtered l Funeral Director. '
| Epistle to the church at E nh- Him coming to this world. becomes visible, and Intelligible with jMr.\ and Mrs. P. U Din-I son vial e't her brother-in-law i i Floyd Flitch and, Mrs. and Uoruntteii with pale' pink Flu
esus wrote these beautiful After a moment of thought: to us. We cannot by any kinn. and slitter Mr. find Mrs. f I- j I Lee R. Green' visited Mr and Sl.irke ,...
j words: "For this cause I bow UK flak air! said. "And ls the amount of searching find out Wainwright, last week. .' Mrs Klbert: Green In MaxvilleSuisttiy. 'I j bvlls was servvillth punch.Afterwnnla KKNTAL SKKVICES
I my knee unto the Father of Lord happy about you-.- Oh God. The more we ''try. the Mrs Genevlv Starling and ),(r. and .Mrs) I'alll'UoInnOlOtt !' .. the j;'\>'m,> attwxl-
jour Lord Jesus Christ. Of what a question this little girl more' we are bewildered. Then eon of Waldo were Saturday and daughter and 1'rlwUl.i'' Mr. and Mrs. Vau, lm. Prescott -' <....1| the UII-:: Wuuc-tlul. footbull I hospital lUnls, VheeI Chairs, Crutches
whom the whole family In had. asked I Is the Lord Jesus Jesus Christ appears. He Is dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs Tanner, attended tho fouttalia. and children and. Loivnlo1 game In Gnlm
}jEplu heaven 3:14.: and 13.earth"Monu la le.-named.aak- happy? Really about happy us on because His birthday He Ood!level stooping and He enables down our to fee-our Il lir.sl4rsl. +t I4e1..M l4 M....-"'". -x..a.s. -ll' _1.. .r yea MyM -... -... ... -... -... -... ,_. _... _... _... _... _-r. _a _... _... _... _- -""
a little girl "what makes sees within our hearts a deep. ble thoughts to get some real
f.everybody so happy** Christ- true love for Him A satisfying .: hold Clint on Ood Himself Jesus 'j "ll w t' 'dI1 R itfr V m4 Yi 9M1I/Y + twic <#iKMitwvai.yrfyestinghouse
love and not just a seasonal Himself said "If ye had
AtasYWell, because It Is the Tars: ,, affection stirred 'up by known me. ye should have I I
Jesus' birthday and be- the feslvitles of Christmas? known my' Father also; And
from henceforth ye know Him.
I end have seen Him. He that S
hath seen me hath seen the,
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS father." John 147: 0 I
: And now here Is the real ,
weetnesa of Christmas: That ig I s
it thou shalt confess with thy.I tri.
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ANNOUNCES ',';' mouth the Lord Jesus and l u ak ''a w l uis+ +fk rrrtall9gr, +r ta atle>''IuuwCNttatRt/ )
shalt believe In thine heart 1 s
CARL WILDER that God hath raised' Him '
\ Stereos tor Christmas
saved.from the dead thou shalt be s
That
Is the true meanIng -
Body Shop Foreman of Christmas Yea Christ
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I ; INTRODUCTORY OFFER ....A.By..Cm. AAAA.A BSrwhardriii'Rcii A. S SALEPRICE $ 95 I

Aorivmrj 199

i I Any New Car UndercoatedThis dfth The Church W8CS, of met Grace Thunnlay Met ho- S

night of Jaat'week with Mrs.
Offer Orville Bumaarner.' who pre- .
1\\ $ ftSnted a Mrtlon of the ntudy S
Good $19.95'I book. Four member took part

I Thru December} .ubjoo in playlet t. ami Mra.portraying.Humffartwrahow the 1 i S OTHER STEREO CONSOLESAs I

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KoHnvHn* the tommm* aesNlon.rrfrtnhmentu j
4ki '? were a.rv..l. .Low
: Or.on MethodUt: Sundsr t S $15995 I
school .:.4ft s.m. Womblp, 11 As .A .,
;. a m,. and T:3O: PAn. MTr Wedaeaday J I
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ii'f' CHRISTMAS FRUIT pmttT&mill b. 'prvmnted J I I
| Friday nkfftUv Des 14.,;-at 7:30: I. frS

, c | Rveryon'tl'llCl to Bnptiat invited: tJUJlct.y., I R A Great Gift for the Queen of the House
GIFT BOXES Hriu.nl. 10 .."1. Wor.hhpj 11 a. 3
m. and 7:3O: p.m. Traintnc Union '
.::30. Midweek .rv""''.. RCA WHIRLPOOLDISHWASHERS
i YOU< TAKE YOUR PICK 3 7SO p.m. .WeUiMwiUy. Th. j
Ctu-Mmaa pro< held. at T.3O: pm. Thursday

I:' Ship by Fast: Railway Express II III' Ii.e.Hohool Church 23.. 10 Kveryon: of am.Oxl*Worship.welcome.; Sunday, 11 j,i. ( I IQ

{ FAMOUS FLORIDA INDIAN RIVER: a'f I a. m. and 7 pn. YPK. 7.3O; t -
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p.m Wadna-lay .
''1/2 bu 52.95bu.* $4.95.. 'I Highland. 9:45: Baptut.a.m.\ and; 8uml 7 pm.ySchool. ,Q 4 GREAT, BUYS TO CHOOSE FROM

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Pr y r meeting; Wednesday 7
ptn Choir Prarttr. fUturday. two
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TV .w.TTT.TYY _YYYYYYYYYYHAMPTON balance of approximately $80 except Marshal D. W. John'' I r Hospital{ 'last week for ,treat< :Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith., - Richard, DowlingAccepts moa.Dow at Una least was two employed'years. as ad|
I Adjustment
Cropland Program
T. in the PTA treasury. son were present for the ment. :Mt. Zion Baptist Church: : announcer and technician a(
Richard Jockel told the meeting. Renee Jones of Wa-uchula l The Mt. Zion Baptist Church PositionIn station WROR
local radio in
of 127 new library books Stork Shower Announced By USDA Office I
group pent last weekend here with wilt hold their annual Cbrl tai. 1981.62 and has been
T that had just been received, Mrs. Lawton Youngbloodwas her cousins, the Rance Jones ", ., Party Wednesday night, Pago Pago ed since then as studio employ supervisor !
tlca By Mrs. D. E. IHU and that the school was accredited honored with stork family December Details to the
a 22 at 7pm. Every- of the Cropland Adjustment bar will or succession due and video tape supervised!
Ing Phone 4661160AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa on the third level. shower at her home on Tues- Mrs. I*-,, R. Estes of valley pns is invited
ary Mrs. Sandra Spooner's first day evening last week by Falls Kan. arrived here,Jut Saturday will be anotherwork )by, the Food and Agriculture farms which for 3 years prior uate of BHS. has accepted a city of Florida educational

fen: grade won the attendance ladies of her Sunday School Thursday for a visit with hereon day on the new additionof Act of 1965 were.announced to the agreement have been position as maintenance engineer station in Gainesville. ,f
will IT A Elects Officer; prize for the meeting. class at Hampton Baptist and daughter-in-law; the church. The,building isprogressing recently by Secretaryof under the control of the per.. .I with an educational

ten Urgent Meeting Dec. 20 Council Discusses. Church. Following the openIng family Rev. and Mrs: Paul L. along on I:hedule Agriculture Orville L. Free son who will control It for the television station In Palo{ Pago, "
con E. L. Brown waa named Streets Sidewalks of and American Samoa. He will leave 'THB BIGHT POINT fcr tke
gifts refreshments were Elites.Mr. the Sunday School stillcontinues man. The program Is aimed full period: of the program. '
rect president Rose .ter vice Street repairs and sidewalk served to WIN soon for. hie) new assignment way yea writeC.; Come In and
the 20 present. Two and Mrs. George .to grow. Rev. Clanmom at removing from surplus pro Under certain circumstances
; 101 president, and Marian Thomp were discussed by Hamptoncity cakes were inscribed with a : llama had their kitchen renovated Knight, pastor of the duction up to 40 million acres the law also permits farms accompanied1 by his wife, Carolyn select your favorite RSTEKJ'

vllL son secretary-treasuier for council at their regular blue-frosted welcome to the : last week, with new cabinets ) church inVites'everyone to attend for periods of S to 10 years.Emphasis with ownership changes as late and their daughter. Gin BROOK Fountain Pea. Ta.a.Gft .
are 1966 at the PTA meeting meeting Tuesday evening last Youngblood baby. Evett Dar and flooring Installed. 'church and Sunday : will be on shifting as December 31 1964. to par ger. They expect to be In.Sai ,

439 Tuesday evening last week at week. December 7, at the city rell born December 4. School, this land Into public benefit ticipate.

ing 1] Hampton Elementary School. hall.The Christmas. Party FTWYYTYTYTTTTYWYYYW.ww PERSONALS uses! ,which also conserve soil Payments under the pro x.14 rw.YV ri.lM KtVMllS i.alt' Mv_..hl'/AL41tAl Al4..ug
An urgent meeting was called council approved building Randy Hayes was host for a Patty Parrish of Jacksonville sivj water to meet future gram will be based on the pest' -- ------- -- -- -- --

gracat for next Monday December sidewalks from the business Christmas party at the Foster :. .University was home for needs. use and the productivity of 1G

20, at 7 p. m in the school section along Navarre Hayes home near Hampton GRAB'AMI the weekend with her parents, Leaton Morgan Jr.. chairman the land. For land that would FOR CHRISTMAS JOY {

me cafetorlum. to discuss an Important Avenue to the Junction of SR Saturday evening December I Mr. end Mrs D. J. Fairish Agricultural Stabilization otherwise produce corn the
.. su issue concerning the 221 and SR 18. Some. progress 11. Santa Claus and his helper Mrs. Catherine Dyl" and family. and Conservation Coun- annual payment per acre win 1

tlo future of the- school here. Only has been made on street repairs Popo the clown visited the Phone,4S6.250i, Mr. 'John North and Helen, ty Committee, said that thesignup be 40 per cent of the county

Bo 17 were present at last week's filling. holes alongside party and records and games ALAAAAAr1AA.,55a&A.a.. .. and Mrs; Dave Coverdala visited for farmers wishing to price-support loan rate times '
tot meeting and a greater turnout asphalt In several places, to added to the entertainmentfor Saturday in st. Vincent's< divert acres lander the new the farm yield.for the crop' .
ua Is needed to bring up this prevent further erosion. approximately 40 present.:. Mr.' and .Mrs., FV>rre t, Reynolds Hospital. |In Jacksonville with Cropland Adjustment Program For all Florida counties this l

itpn business. Cemetery improvement was Christmas decorations trim of' Jacksonville, Mrs.' Mrs. Leon Harris, Harold Harris will be announced later. Full will result In a payment rate ,

New officers are to take office considered by the council med the barn where the party EquiH! Roberta; and Mrs. and Mrs. Millard Harris details! on. how the program of 44 cents per bushel for corn

on after the first of January. removing, some trees and was held. and refreshments of Millie Fogg' of Stark, were Mr. Thelma Grace) Jordan wOuldapPI7 to an I Individual which will be multiplied by the I ,

for the calendar year 1966. brush was discussed.A a. Christmas: tree cake, candled visiting Mr. and Mrs. .H. M. underwent surgery [Friday in farm will be available In the individual farm's projected

t Other business at last week's petition for closing and and punch carried l out the WaadM recently. St. Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville. ASCB county office In late ,.Ie kt. c- ,
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l meeting included l voting a total abandonment of an unused holiday theme.Serrieemen Mr.. and Mrs. U, E. Ratliff .' Mrs Jordan 4s the December or early January., Payments on tobacco landwill

of $200 for school supplies alleyway was submitted to the Honored 'had. as. weekend guests their daughter' of Rev and Mrs. J. The Cropland Adjustment: be at the projected farm

from PTA funds: $50 for art council by the law firm of David Allen and P. L Estes, grandchildren David Lee Tina E. Newton, (former pastor. of Program supplements the yearly yield times It cents a pound. g FROM WILLIAMS ,.
both leaving this 'week for Marie, and Colon Ratllff/ Jr.. MaxvlU. Baptist Church. commodity Long- all his
$50 for music Sr>0 101 p.iysical; Thomas and Pierce, on behalf programs. After placing of acreage '
education, $25 for Spinish and:! of R. J. Williams. army duty, were guest of from Gainesville.. ;Mr. and Mrs... Buford Hlg- term agreements afford farm. of one or more of the g WE GUARANTEE AND SERVICE s
$25 for leading This left a All officers and councilmen, honor at a social of the yOlmSpeople' Mr. and (Mrs. Lamar Starling gtnbotbam visited Sunday at ers more stability and thai farm's allotment crops) or the
and children of Jacksonville Clay.Hill with Mr. and Mr. WHAT ,WE SELL
class of Hampton better opportunity for planning feed grain base In the program ,
, Baptist Church Saturday and Mr.' and Mrs. Richard : George Carter adjustments land use. the farmer may offer
,. F Eat Better Meat For Less evening: December 11. Starling of Waldo ware ''Patty English' granddaughter To protect local communities I other cropland. Rates for this The Latest Styles '

David Allen left Tuesday to visiting :Mrs. Beatrice, Hines I of"Mr. and Mrs. Buford the chairman explained cropland will range nationally ,
at Fish report for and Mrs. Kate Starling on Sun 'H-igglabotham received emergency the will limit the In
r --- Buy City army training at Ft. new program from (3 to $7 an acre. Rates
Beaming Ga. Mr.'and Mrs. day.Mr. ,treatment at the'Bndlord amount of land that can be for Florida counties will be.

.'. ,I Thanks. Folks for accepting our New Policy of Allen have been living In Jacksonville and Mrs. Jennings Starling I County Hospital in Starke put under the program. In any announced ..soon.'Services B J
Cash and Carry. We can serve you Better Groceries and Mrs.Allen Is now.tlllng' and Mike of Miami were i. ,on '(Monday\ of last week. county or community no more Vii'

and Meats\ at Lower Trices. In their, house trailer, visiting .Mr. and Mrs., H. ,B. ;''Sunday visitors of Mr. andMrb.'Drew than 10 per cent of the allot Monday
at the H. B. Hlnson'S, her Starling Miss Diane Starling, I Wilkinson were Mr. ment or base acreage for any i And Other

NOW CASH AND CARRY parents.P. and. ,Mr. and Mrs. M E.' Starling : and Mrs: Waddell Hellion and crop or'of total cropland will For J. M. Lenart, ,

I* Estes. son of Rev and over the weekend. j jMrs. I daughter) Myra. and Mrs. No- be contracted In any single Fine

Fresh Grade: "A" Fla. Mrs. Paul L. Estes. left Monday .: Mary Vat-mils of Starke lla'Ne-lson all of Fernandlna.Mrs. year and:! no more than 29 per Ex-Navy OfficerLt. ,

,for Pt. Banning, Oa., for was i Saturday night fuast of<' ,' Drew Wilkinson re cent during the life of the i Watches.
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FRYERS LB. 29c six-month active duty In the Mr.:and Mrs. Berry Dyal. Visiting turned to her home here Saturday program. Exceptions to this Commander Lenart. ...Joseph.of Smith Michael ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dyal "on < + after ;convalescing for
National Guard.. i rule will be made where requested ,.
Program*. Parties Sunday were Mrs.'Betty Ann the past week at the home of by local governments Lake, died Wednesday, Dec. B

Fresh", .. Hampton Baptist Church Boals and Terry of Gainesville. her son and daughter-in-law, CAP will help farmers divert after a sudden iUness He was g Prices That J
Mr. and Mrs Frank Thomas M,. and ,Mrs. Earl Wilkinson born in Adams. Mass on Jan. Will Please You
HENS will present cropland to ,
STEWING LB. a Christmas protective conservation
23c program .
Wednesday.. evening of Hampton and granddaughter and family in Jacksonville.. uses under the long- 29. 1901 and entered the U. 8. i 4

December 32, at ,::30, at the 'Susan Thomas of Jacksonville : Sunday night' visitors. at term agreements. Participants Navy In 119. You'll Find Our Stock The Largest
Com. Lenart had made his
Pure were visiting'! Mr and Maxvilie Baptist'Church .
Country Hot or Mild regular prayer meeting' trout,. were! will receive adjustment payments home
:Mrs. Zack Robinson Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Green and on Smith Lake since his This Year's
saturday. For Christmas Gifts
Hampton Christian Churchis related to the value of
PORK SAUSAGE LB. 79c night ., Mr.. and Mrs Leon Butler, all retirement In 1048. He was a
to have a Christmas program the crops normally producedon :
Mr.' and Mrs. W. F. Attwood of MWdleburg. member of the Catholie A Complete Line Of Rings
with the young' peoplein the land. They will also be
of stArke :Mr. and Mrs. John Waiters Church.
Fresh!! or SmokedPICNICS .. charge next Sunday even were Sunday dinner eligible for conservation cott- \
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. and son spent Ourtday In Lake Surviving are two slatrs,
ing. December II share payments on the divert Seta
during the I Keepsake Wedding Ring
City with Mr., and Mrs. Catherine) Ooff of Orant -
LB. RIVers. Mrs Bill
49C ed land. And those who
evening service

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worship at .7 I agreeto '
r p. m. The community extends its Robinson and daughter. permit\ free public access for; t by.! Mass.. and Mrs. Mary Racine Princes, Dinner, Cocktail
deepest, Mrs. Leon of Chicopee Falli. Mass.:
sympathy Mr..and : 'Harris -entered ",
Those from Hampton attending fishing hunting hiking, and D.
C kindergarten in Waldo Mrs. Tom Lefevers and, 'child St.;Vincents' Hospital in Jacksonville trapping In accordance with/ three'' brothers. Charles '.. Birthstone

Hog Maws took part In a Christmas pro. rail in the death of Mrs. be- on ,Thursday C1f, last appropriate State and Federal Lenart of Newlngton Conn.
....Ie. Anthony M. Lenart of New' Mother's Ring
there fevers mother', Mrs Heber\ who The Harris son. Harold regulations additional .
gram last may get an
Thursdayevening.
lived\ in Indianapolis. 'Mi's.. has.been .onnne: to at.'Vincents' Port. Wash. and Francis M. .
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December 9.. Includedwere per-scre payment.In Class Rings
Pig Tails Lefsvers returned frame Monday Hospital for eome,time Lenart of Chicopee, Falls,
Oreg'Blade Bill Hayes. general farm that have -
Mass.
from Indianapolis i : how recovering frotti burns : ,
Valerie All In The Latent Styles-Free Engraving
Jones Janlta changed
ElItes, ownership during the
Mr., and Mrs J. D. McKln-- received in an accident at. his Funeral) services Writ held
'and'" Harold' Waters Gainesville,. honis, I >-7ear period preceding the< at >::10 .. Monday in JoneaMemorial RANK FINANCING
-a Neck Bones "Santa Claus' Is to be ai i ray of *sr* '8unr first -year' of the'' agreement .m. g OXALL DIAMONDS!
day night dinner fiiest. pf. "Gerald Guthne was taken Chapel with Rev.
Hampton city hall on Wednea- Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney. biplane last -... to a Bir period are not eligible) to take Father ''Thomas Kelly of se.Eclwal'd'e Pierced Earrings-Bracelets-Necklace*
day next week December 22,, part In the program There F
Catholic Church officiating.
Also visiting on Sunday night mbI..hem.J4.> hospital where :
Ox Tails Lb. with /
gifts for all local chil are, however,exception to thisgeneral
: MEN'S JEWELRY
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Interment '
dren. was Arthur Melton i of Waldo. Jr.," being treatedfor a kidney was In the ,
Sponsored by the horn rule, such as. .
:Mr. and Mrs. Alvln DaNand ailment.',Mrv, Gutltrle is farm National Cemetery In Arling r CUFF LINKS-TIE TACKS-RINGS
demonstration/ group, and which have changed ownership' '
tl. S. GoodChuck; I ton. Va.DeWltt.
financed children and Dwt 'IIot,8tok. the wb-ba-1aw. of Mr' and Mrs. I ,
C through the two Sat es of Gainesville were Sunday Harold Stubtos.and Is' a former ewwtwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww'1CLAY C. Jones funeral .

Roast I is urdays'to be at rummage the hall sale from, Santa about night I dinner guests. ,of Mrs.MatUe .'. MixflHe, resident.Austin Rome was In charge of local 1 I Williams Jewelry

4 9 10 a. m. to 4 pm. ; Davis.' Also vtsHln* Xauji warn called test HILLy arrangements.

Personal Sunday night were Mrs.,Donald week .to Spirit Lake Iowa, due rustle. Netekewh noSe at theTELEGRAPH. 1

Chuck Steak. lb. The Blrt grandson of of Mra. Maggle I Boon and her and father Terry,of J.Oainesvllle C. Davis :to Bills the Is death stationed Of his father.her. with Mr. Mss fuels PadgeliMrs. a 4 i .rk oa....ol +ol '!a a '+a +a+o+aa+ l

Hampton son of ... .
of Ferry, Oa. the'U.S. Navy. -.r-- -- a --- .
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i Mrs. Mildred Beavers of Nor. I..fln "' CiI"Q .. C'OrtQtGl"tGtCI"'Q ""
'Mrs. Zelda Rhoden and John _M v.' and Sari Carl Thomas
Fresh! GroundBEEF; folk. Va., who visited 1 here
has Cobb of Gainesville veers visiting .t 'Stark were ,Saturday VIMton a&"' "' ''''''&&'''&''' &..... #


.. LB. 39c ed last Thanksgiving in week.Vietnam He, was, they been injured learned injur 1 In Ca. Mrs.on Crawford Saturday Rhodtn's\ sinter St. George,"...Mrs.Ousels ., and; Mr sons of and Ctsud of Mrs California.,, Green.Lowell Thomas arrived : was baptised>{.>Paula Lang Sunday of Maxville afternoon i Is This Check Made Out J

the foot.. Mrs. Blrt said and : In. Black Creek. Mrs.
Open 7 Full Days A Week. Is to be hospitalized several The Graham Baptist' Church here. last week to spend theClar..m. CiuIsUne BlsckwcJder of Mld
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win holidays with Mrs.i 'J
weeks before have a CTirUtma program dleburg and
backto
being sent Mr. end Mrs
Thomas' parents' Mr.' and Mrs. I
Thursday Deo. S3.rrpMis
night
the U. S. Richard Motley of lllghUna To YOU
fish Meat MarkeI Mrs H.:D. May entered the Starling and E:,' E. Carlos, ,Harrlury cams, in by statement W* are
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y hospital on Monday this week ar ell'Of; Jacksonville( \ w. e'Idra. .Avory_ Blade. )OchMlan4' I hart to have them come In.The !
for Visiting JoI,.' and Mrs. Ray Dearat vfcrited Thursday, i
eye Christmas :
surgery will
Play beheld
I WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OF GROCERIES I r Mrs. Marldee Norman. was Starling' over the weekend. ttlght In Lswtey with Mr.: and, I next Sunday night.* Dec. I'
Mrs. ,,Ella Lewis is mUll -91\ Mrs. Glenn Bhuford\ and family. nNS
1'I taken to Bradford County 11. at 7 p. IITh.. presents srlhbe N iSr LUB NE1"i;
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the sick list And 'W.'ay..tJ1 t -,
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out .
she .. Tumei' 'Wednesday night !
will nave a .p.edy.eo. Tommy or Blloxl, Dec. M. I

.- ery.r'J! IMIss. arrived her*,.... week t.The Clay Hill ,Holiness wll.ba w
to.spend the .Christmas holidays .s> their
Christmas Program J
rwwwwwwVwwwwwwwywwwww9 with his parents..Mr.' and Sunday night.& Dee, 10. Everyone .
Mrs A. K Turner and family. is Inrlted to atend.Mr. f
\1AXVILLEBy X 'The community eatendala, PlftSONALS

sympathy, to'Mr. and. Mrs. I. and ).(r..,Klmer: Carts L ,
K Chllson of "Stark
\ on Ole
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Mae ,A,.,&; MI5J1Pau death of Mr. CMIson's ,mother. and BlacJtmon Mr.and and Lisa Mrs. siinr J
tn, Hialeah" tost week, were Sipper -
t st-toi Mildred guests of Mr. and Mrs na."M -
'Mrs. lUrrts is a pa- Eunice of Hlghlant
vwwrYwwww..wwwwwwwww. lent in,St. ,Vincents' hospital Thwsday night.

CHURCH NEWS in 'Jacksonvillewhere1 she underwent BUI. Hall of Jacksonville

Maxvlile BapUotOrdinAtiOnervices surgery last wes-k, tisilsd Mrf. Irene Padm f

J were held Sunday af Sundsr afternoon.Mnu. J

t.1'nOOrat the Manville Sap.tw Services Held Oeorge Orlffls of

Church: at 3 9,ro. for D For Mr. Ran m lAngbranch visited Irene Pad
J.. Parrish. Visiting preacher iett MundAy and wvnt shop.
attending the service* were Of Rt. I* KeystoneMrs. pine In JseksontlUs. s J

/' !wV'. R. U Taggart of .Middle- Dinner guests Sunday of Mr
/'J AnnA Mstilda\ Rsnum.U. .
burg Rev' Clarence. Knight and Mrs. Floyj John IF
of Route 1. Keystone NOT
pastor .f the Mt. Zion Baptist ten Johns' aunt. :Mri. Irene PLAN NOW FOR
Heights. died Thursday after e e
e. ,
Church* Rev Reginald Taylor, Padgett. ,
WHYARE WOiRYING .
an extended illness. She1
YOU : was
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pastor of Longbrsnch Baptist Mr. and Mrs, Clarence
Motley '
Church, Rev Saunders pastorof Wisconsin born m Primrose M March Tow U. .shlo.1I7T and family of Jacksonville! A BIG CHRISTMAS IN 66 J

Clay HIM Baptist Church, Tinted Mr. .
It's and Mr
for Henry
so for Business
easy you ahy I and had lived In the Keystone
and a." Jones of Black CreekocxMU0n. JJoslry Sunday and attended
man to deposit daily business receiptscash Attending. from coming area for' there the put from tlre Missouri_,_ I the Church of God of Proph- JOIN OUR

( and checks) in our popular Clay Jllll( with Rev Saunders She was. the)> widow of the fC, Sunday SchooL CHRISTMAS CLUB J
were Hardy Pa4gtt and Lloyd late W. are sorry to report that
Ben Ranutn.. and a

time NIGHT DEPOSITORY Johns._The climax of' the ordination '- member of the Joplin Christian well Everett] at Manning the Um4 of is not this,doinc writ C TODAY! ,
any after regular bankinghours services Church: of Joplin "10.
was Sunday night ing. We wUrt alta a speedy re.

seven days and nights a week. Ask at 'f pmt. :the <8 ndy. ,nigatervtces Surviving. Marie J.are'11.Durand., daughters.Mrs. Starts.: covery C ,

II I us about it soon! : boa Mete,s. Ooodntarht.\ Mr. and Un. BJwin Psdttett Look Ahead To A Really Bill Christmas Next Year
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Th* Young .)tarried (rr.il.. of Ltwtey visited Herbert
I I Clue,of the ,)(...1111. Baptist amt; "Mr ,Edith M.,Wilcox Padgett Saturday. night Take Steps. Now To Get A Big Check For Bountiful ,
: Jacksonville; Mrs:S!Igne "n1p ,.
Church '
are having theirChdstmas Washington. D. C4; and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Dawson' Psdtett Gift Shopping. Join Up Today .
Party See
j Saturdaynight of MWdJeburf visited the j How ,
'I Ardyth
December IS at''T p.-m. ltamtn'E2t1n$: Clay Hill Baptlit Church Sun s Little-By-LUtle Adds
Up To A Lot Of
one) sen. C. J. Roman. Kansas Christmas
at : 13 grandchildren and 1 U t t ,
FLORIDA I Buddy Browning.The <<. Cltyr Mr. aHd iml. Jbllaa" Dixon
greai-grandiehlVtren.

at the annual 7oIa.a Christmas. ft11. ,Baptist.Party Funeral services were' held_ rutted JscUorfVllle Mrs. Oeorfta afternooa.fiaulter In I

Church.-wilt, tie Hskl... WWMemy last Sunday In' th* chapel of Sunday t Community State Bank
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The children will be old forth
j BANK AT STARKEOn a night December S3 at the Mount the Oestne Horeb.Funeral:Wish Intermentwas Home'of C'hdllClnalWUdan Friday:! t I

church. Everyone is Invited
Dee 17 The program will be
of 31 Banks the Florida National I to attand. In the Perry Church' :. Tuesday night al the
of Grottp PTA ,
\ The ..Young Marrlsd ,LaJlssClass Cemetery U} .. .> alL> County.: meeting. Sveryone come out .. OF STARKE
Wisconsin:: Drwtit' C. JonesFuneral
oponsored a I Mi nit at J
Member Deposit and what the children are
Federal Insurance tse
Con '
j I the church Saturday Njht'for of local arrangemtnU.Hone w4.. In chart* doing. 1, MEMBER F. D. L C. 'J



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Farmer's in the head good. But only end of the and flames from the fireplace or -
DiaryBy part of one operation candies may eix! in a blue. ., -==::.:':-::......:.:=.== = =
our polnsettlas were within a matter of minutes, '
killed and while the top of aTurk'a pecan meats are delivered at NEWS And NOTES Avoid all combustible ornaments. -
Sam McGarvey ; Cloth may be flame-
cap bush waa burnedby the other We're told that it
proofed by dipping It In sol
the cold the lower part escaped takes on an average, two I For' Today's HomemakersBy a
utlon made with seven ouncesof
ings. damage. From that it pounds of nuts to get; a pound
borax and three of
ounces
would seem! that the cold air of shelled pecans
:Martha Sue McCain
descended I boric acid in three quarts of
on the plants-con
Market manager Phil Cronk- trary to what were been Cronkhlte said there is a 'County Extension: warm water. Allow &the clothto

like said the cold spell was taught that warm air rises and possibility that a ham-curingl Home Economics Agent drip dry before Ironing
the best thing; In the world Is Fire-safe lighting means not
supplanted by cold. plant may be set up at the
for the berry crop that otherwise S. market using pecan wood in _.__._ --- using wax candles on or near

there would have been a The is about the process; The Idea is Interesting any tree. Don't overload cir
pecan season salt; 1 and two thirds cup
setting; of Christmas CHRISTMAS\ n cuits. Make sure you unplug
: CANDY
berries '
over and it has been one of for If it is approved by sifted confectioners sugar; 1 ALL NEW: IIO.MK; OWNERS APPLYING '
on the the tree lights before going to
plants. "We Christmas II Is
needed always
; the lightest within recent state authorities, and other more
moisted shredded coconut,
that cold weather he said,: similar facilities added the joyous and festive when cup bed or leaving: the house.OrangeSugared IIO\I"; .
first cold wave of the years. It has been an "off are cut fine. MTF.\U RXKM1TIOV: : FOR TUB
The and If we get more like th .'s homemade Pecans I
it r
between candy. Mak-

market
year for nuts, so maybe we can may provide a wide
arrived Dec. I, sending Blend peanut butter and
season now and the market' hope for a better one next sea variety of specialities for the ins candy at Christmas ia a Candled'pecans are a truly : I9 41, :Ml'.ST\ II.\\K TIIKIItHTICLH.: OK ,\
Stir In water.
down to about corn
the temperature season, -we. should have a pro, son. consumer. I tradition.: worth keeping alive syrup. different holiday tna'I I
32 and.: chasing( ; vehicle own- fitable crop." . I And it can be an answer to the Combine milk solids salt and They're easy to make and COVTKUTM FOR, DF.KIt. OR WAKR\NTY :
service stations for anti sugar stir in syrup mixture. I
ers to Sift: problem.Use a good way to use some of the
freeze solutions. There was, If you have a batch of For instance a concession Add coconut and knead until KKCOKO: UITH( TIIK CTJCKK/ OF C'llUTIT ('
The own homemade plentiful pecan crop, say home
effects your
of a cold snap might be set up at the market, .
frost In some sections whichburned" I are Interesting to observe. At pecans and want to get them whereby in berry season, a catdla: as a centerpiece for roll.thoroughly Cut blended.Into slices Form Makes Into economist with the Florida Klt'R' : IIF.FOKK JAM'.MIV I, 1968.
tender ornamentals: our place, shelltd quickly and easily I tho CLnlna table. Parties take Agricultural Extension Serv
some things ]like consumer could buy a flat or
and set back the berry plant. the banana tree got knocked there is a service at the mar-' two of' berries and then have cu an added sparkle when you about three-fourths pound tee 1 ONE.: Mt'CT' IIH.: .\ IdA: ) ltF.MIDIO.NT OF :
ket at a coat of only IS cents candy. : .
jam made to order, or the fruit arrange a lazy susan with ana Combine, cups sugar and
a POund. Whole nuta go Into .o.-Untnt of candy. A SAFE CIIHISTMVS.At OK 'I.o'UIA ,AM APPLY IN PKIISON: WITH
made into candy Berries dipped ,. Christmas time a familycan one-half cup>> orange Juke
In chocolate, for example Can.led fruit peel Is a CTor. Cook to 240 degrees P.. or softball .
be so caught up In the I ANSKHMOK'S! OKFHK': FOB TIIK': r.! ::\
MM MH HVMMMV HHI HHMMBHHHB are just one way the fruit Ida favorite. It may be used In stage. Remove from heat. :'
excitement of the season that
I could be offered to the public. cakes cookies, divinity',, or as the usual about Add 1 tablespoon grated Hr.. IIUSU) TIlfn.UIlSI: : : ) IN aoonITII
I candy. cautiousness peel and 3Vi 1'1-1
orange
oupa
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Terwillegar Motors I The big Question to be re CANDIED FRUIT PEEL forgotten can halves. Stir until syrup I TIIK' S\.MK.: 'onc( 1':111N"w'': : HOME: YOU

I solved, however is just how Two large grapefruit one- Families should be more begins to look ck>u I fourth light alert at Christmas time than PLY FOIL Tilt: '::'UU""USNtr.ltV{ :: I I.
far a state owned and oper- cups corn syrup onto wax paper In small clusters
ated market could go. without 2 cups sugar 1 CUD hot water. usual because extra dangers or Individual helves. AN APIIII. I, ,INI_.
1! entering: into competition with Wash grapefruit remove can be created by a dry tree low to coo). I
combustible ornaments, and
I private business. The old market peel in quarters; remove pulp
HUNDREDSDOLLARS I In Jax can do anything of and paper.!
membrane. Cover
peel
To fire-fire THE RIGHT POINT for the;
keep home
I that nature but the difference with cold water and bring to your I (CJKNK )LONG!
during the holiday season, follow -
I ia that it is a private enter boll. Cook 20 minutes. Drain ; way :you write. Com ,In '
t prise. off water, repeat cooking pro- these safety tips: andI i I llltAUFOItl COUNTY TAX : .
OF I ce... Cut peel In one-fourth A safer tree Is one that's spinet ;your favorite KNTF.lt-:

v As far as berries are concern inch strips. Combine syrup, kept In the coolest part of the BROOK fountain ores TELE41KAPIL -

":?. It la apparent that our sugar, and hot water Cook room, never near an open I .
fireplace, stove, heat register --- ..
possibilities for
developmentare over slow heat stirring until -
or other source or heat. or dry- I,.
by no means being fully sugar Is dissolved Add grapefruit -
SIL exploited After the main part peel and cook to 230 degrees Inir The stand should be well ----

of the crop has been sold .... or until a little mixture filled with water

through the market, there still forms a very soft ball In If you want to string lightson

remains a lot of fruit which cold water. Peel will be transparent an artificial tire, be sure +,l y w Orr vy'Yk .1a'' M1 \
r{ N' r .I( i
NOW! could be utillxled more profit and moat of &the sugar that both the tree and lights ,;71
: ably. A jam or jelly plant has will be absorbed. Remove peel bear the Underwriters' Laboratories -

been discussed, and there has from syrup and drain. Roll lULl label.

been talk of a winery, but so earh strip In granulated sugar.. Use only candle holdeis. that.
far it Is only in the exploratory Candled Orange Peel are of a material that won't
1966 Falcon '
I stage. SubsUtute peel from 4 large burn or melt.Beware tlf metal-

: oranges; substitute 1 cup plat plastic. Don't use combustible -
Rod'' "Heater, \\hite Tirea. Wheel Covere. 43 We'ye all heard of the mas- water in which orange peel natural or plastic ,7w41i '

Padded Dash. Hack-up-LlghU Windshield Iina success of Knott's berry was cooked for 1 cup hot mantle decorations where open
Washers, Spar Tire.Si959 I farm out In California. Now. water.. r zot
with the blackberry becomingmore Candled I-MIHWI Peel
NEW AND USED i popular here' perhaps Substitute peel from alx FLORIDATHEATRE Y o

.00 I Bradford County can become' lemons.

CARS TO the Berry Capitol of the Another popular holiday Jrp. +
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: Twent -one woods fires have Chocolate Fads Sunday 3:00.: Saturday 1
THUK. FRI the Florida I Two 1-ounce squares, unsweetened a 4r
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ONLY reported by
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County since December I. witha fourths cups milk scalded; :I Drr. 10. 17. 1 1H
cups augar; 1 tabtaipoon
total of 21,4 acre burned. 11Irha Double Feature Program f'x
Since Jan. 1 there have been corn syrup; 2 tablespoons but-
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Bank Financing Payments Start Feb. sa flreatUl 1W 8 acres burned ';,vanilla.ttr or margarine.; 1 teaspoon

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and 344 3 acres burned during Melt chocolate In milk. Add

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FOURTEEN BRADFORD COTTNTT TEMtORAPH.! BTARKR. FLORIDA TnrItgDAY. DEC. 141. 1985. t I


evvvvvvvvvvvvvvv..vvnKingsley of the State Farm spent Sun- In The Circuit. Court Of HmdCnrdI'Munlr. tift' Attorney Hollle V. Knlirht.
ers are Container Corporation, whlcti average around $79 an Starke hospital last Friday
.
P., Dtarke,
Court RefusesTo : Florliln.' In Cbimrvrytit Pout Office Drawer
Rajonler" Inc.. Owens-Illinois, acre. The timberland operators morning, following a heart attack day as guests of their grandmother : .. No. ':'-'lH15 Florida. all oa or before the SOlli
Oilman Paper Co.. and Nelson] claim the assessments should! He was born in A tol., { Lake Mrs. Sadie Elder. dlonn Ci,'.>v., Plaintiff ".. day of December. |!HU5, othdrwlae '
Dismiss B. Blocker of Lake City. In be about $20 an acre. Fla on June 1, 1923 and;!' had C f RCH Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Hodges Laura Jean Crewg, Ueffndaut.. a Decree. Pro Cunt....." will a
e Order Of Publication And Noticeor be entered airalUHt you.
their bills of complaint] they In submitting the dispute to lived for the past several years of Hellbronn Springs visit- Suit This notice shad. ". published.
Tax Suits allege that assessments against the court, the timber! interests with his sister. Mrs. C. W. Mm. E. M. Norton ed Mrs. E. M. Norton and chil- In the name of the State or In the next four uonvecutlvo
I riione 083-20S1 dren afternoon. Klortdu: To Laura Jcriui, Crewa, weekly I..u" ot tt>* Bradford.
their property were made illegally tendered on checks for 1963 Starke, at Smith Lake He wasa Monday I t
,
1 whose juilduiu. tit unknown: County Telegraph aduly quailfled -
i Bradford County has until and are confiscatory. taxes based on what they consider carpenter, a veteran of Church Mr. and Mrs. Gerald craw- You are hereby notified that newauapor published In
January 10 to reply to tax assessment They .are asking the courtto to be fair assessments. World War II and a Baptist. Methodist u..u.u.uuu ford and :sons and Mr. and a. unit In equity hag branbrought aid County. ,
I !< suits brought by five determine the proper assessments The checks have been placed Besides his sister, Mrs. CHURCH SCHEDULE Mrs. Charles Crews were shop again. you 1 by. Glenn WrtneiM!' my hand a.. Clerk. of i
Sunday, Dec. 19 Church Crew. In the above "tlll..dCourt said Court, and the seal of laid
tlmberland: owners, accordingto and to enjoin Bradford In the registry of the court Starke, he Is survived by one Morning Klngaley Lake Baptist ping In Gainesville Saturday:! and" cau. for divorce, Court .at swrk.' lUorld.. this
County Attorney Gene County Tax Collector J. pending outcome of the suits. brother Charles Watanen of School. 9:45: a. m. I Church: Sunday School 9:45: evening.. tuntoily: of the <:children and InJunction November S3:, 1915. .
Shaw. R. Kelly from, action against Lake Geneva and two other Worship. 11 a. m. Youth Choir a. m., Morning Worship 11 a. Mr. and Mrs. Eld- and you are hereby (SEAL: ) ,
A dismiss the sisters, Mrs. Mack Ptachlk of practice 5 p. m. Snack Supperfor Training Union 6:15: m.. Dewayne summoned, ordered and reciulr- I Charlei A. DarbyAm
motion to them for non-payment of 1965 Funeral Sunday m. p. er of the State Farm were ed to file written unnwer
MY?, 6 p. m. MYF meet- your : Clerk of Circuit: Court of t
suits was denied at a preliminary taxes. For Mr. WatanenOf Orlando, and Mrs. J. L. Walls Ings 8:30. White Christmas I IprOgl'am Midweek prayer service. Wed Sunday supper guests of Mrs. or drfenien to the complaint at Bradford County ITIorlde
} hearing before Circuit : of Lakeland. : nesday, 7:30: p. m., Choir practice the office of the Ch.rk..t aalrt'
Bradford County Tax Assessor Sadie Elder and family! 11/25 4t U15MONEY
7 m. ,
In sanctuary P. I ,
Court In
Starke Florida and to
\ Judge John A. H. Murphree in'I Gene Long assessed the Smith LakeIvan Funeral services were held Monday Wesleyan Sub- 8:30: p. m. Rev. B. T. Pea- nerve a. COOT thereof on I'lalu- W
Gainesville last week. timberlands under the new at 2 p. m. Sunday in Jones vy pastor. "Come let us worship !

1\ The suip timberland own- "Just value law" at figures Lake, died Watanen, 42 arrival, of Smith at I I Memorial Chapel with Rev. C. district Springs MYF 7:30: meeting p. m. in White together." fL- ,t'Ioo' _.... _.... ___,___ upon a F. Smith officiating .Memor- Everyone is cordially Invited;! I -

_._n__.____.,_,-._.. ..OR'._.".,.... _.____.';-.- -'" ."",,-.- ......-.. I iallzation was by cremation. Tuesday Children's Division to attend our Christmas Program -
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Christmas program and Sat. Dec. 18 at 7 p. m.
tree In Fellowship Hall 7 P. r
I was in charge of arrangements Refreshments will be served In

1 F m.Wednesday Primary and the the Educational program. Building after f i

Junior Choir practice 3:15.:
Arthur B. Alvarez Beulah Baptist Church:
( Prayer Meeting 7 p. m. ,
Sunday School, 10 a. m.,
Thursday Dec. 23ChancelChoir Q
Morning worship, 11 a. m.,
Services Held
rehearsal 7:30: p. m.
Training Union, 6:30: p. m., g d It
FrI ..IY. Dec. 24--Christmas
At Bayless ChurchArthur Eve Candlelight Service in Evening worship. 7:30: p. m.. J JP
Wed .. .
Midweek prayer service. : ,
sanctuary, 7:30: p. m. .
B. Alvarez. 85. a nesday 7:30: p. m. Rev. R. Fi j jn
lifelong resident of Bradford FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Taggart pastor L'I) ". r n
County, died Sunday afternoonin CHURCH Welcome." -...- .b : "t .

tY a Starke hospital after a Schedule for the week of We will have our Chiistznas P ." fJ

brief illness. December 19: program, Wednesday Dec. 22 "" )'I.. )
(\ .
Mr. Alvarez was born In Sunday Sunday School. at 7:30: p. m. rp

Bradford County on June 22, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. Mr. and Mr. Clayton ) '
1880, and was the son of the 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, 6 Strickland and daughter Lyn- I \ -. V I % I
.
late Roman and' Susan Red- p. m. Bible StudY 7:30.: da, were Sunday guests of Mr. (:. il
dish Alvarez. He was a mem- Thursday Choir Practice, and Mrs. Woody Strickland In / .- i
; I
ber of the Bayless Highway 7:30: p. m. Orange Park. I >- .. --0 ,
Bill Edwards, who Is attending '
''t'' Jp Baptist Church. I
I Surviving are five daughters, FIRST BAPTIST South Georgia College, 'I' < I :; ... h. .
tI Mrs. Adam Green, Mrs. Clay- CHURCH. STARKEW. will be coming home Thursdayto c "l'' J (
. ff ton Crawford. Mrs. Pete Dyal. A. Ilonan. Pastor. spend the holidays with hU 1 l or ,J' .e y j

( and Mrs. Ray Stone, all of Schedule of services: family Mr. and Mrs. W. H. VV ..Id' -. i
Starke and Mrs. Marvel War- Sunday Sunday School Edwards Jr. V,: ";t'' s 4 -

ren of Gainesville: two sons, 9:43: a. m. Morning Worship M. T. Illckey of Jacksonville :I>Ii" ;t; : ri I
I w Everybody J. W. fBuckl Alvarez, and sermon "The Christ of the spent Saturday afternoon with .
Tate O Alvarez both of Wise Men" 11 a. m. Youth Mrs. Mary Shipman and Mrs. / 9

Loves ,, Starke. Also surviving are 19 Choir, ages 13-24. 4:30: p. m. Elma Rlggs.
:t. grandchildren- 30 great- Training Union. 6:15.: Evening Mrs. P J. Saunders of Pen- t t 9 I
.
s grandchildren and several Worship Christmas Pageant ney Farms visited Mrs. Ray ffV

(great, srreat-Rrandchildren. featuring Church, Youth and Miller Monday morning. i '
Funeral services were held Children's Choirs 7:30.: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Oliverof 9 \
For All Your
at 2:30: p. m. Tuesday:! in the Wed. Dec. 22 Prayer Jacksonville spent the
Bayless Highway Chapel with Meeting. 7 p. m. Church Choir weekend with Mr. and Mrs. P.a. 1 1I
,
Rev. C. A. Crosby Officiating rehearsal, 8.MADISON, Conner and Stephanie. I
) Interment was In the family Mis. Graham Crews of
a Electric Blanket plot in Conner Cemetery under STREET,: : Starke and Mrs. Gerald Craw-
cozy direction of DeWitt C. BAPTIST Clll'RCII ford were in Gainesville on i i

OR SHEET Jones Funeral Home. 900 W.' MadUon. !Street!<< business last Tuesday. I M1\\} J

The Gift with the Warmest Greetings \Active pallbearers were Bob- Sunday services: Sunday Misses Sandy Callan and;! \ i
.. by, Billy, Coy, and'Walter Alvarez School. I 9:45): a. m. Morning Kelly Woodham attended a \
"t and Jimmy and Robert Worship. 11 a. m. Intermediateand luncheon last Saturday at the .

An Electric Blanket or Sheet give you a warm bed to jump Green all grandsons of the Young People's Choir Recreation Center in Starke
deceased. practice 4:45.: Youth Fellowship honoring all the Bantam
into and keeps you cozy all night long. 545.: Training Union. Cheerleaders and football f NEEDS J I

.'For double-beds they have dual controls- '"his and "hers".' Final Rite For 6:15.:Wednesday Evening Worship.services 7:30.: :Bible players.Miss Karen Macy spent i)

A favored gift for In a wide variety of smart colors. Carl A. Wifttruo Study; 7:30: p. m. Church Wednesday in Jacksonville as

Easily washable, too.everyone.Now lower-priced than ever. In Rome, N. Y. Choir Thursday'Practice: Sunbeams 8:30:; p. m.Jun-I M.guest C of Duggar.her grandmother,Mrs. f Make Town Finance Co. Your HeadquartersFor J !

will be home
Vernon Conner
Carl Alfred Wlstrup. 74. of ior and Intermediate OA'..
,
'.. t .. this weekend to upend the For
.. Christmas
.
Keystone Height died WMneiirtHV. > 3:30: p. m. -Beginner& Primary,
_.. : holidays with his parents, Mr. READY
Dec '. In a Starke and Junior Choirs, 4:30: p. m. CASH Shopping
and F. Conner. Vernon !
Mrs. O.
t hospital after a brief lllnris Nursery open for all services.A f J
f THERE NO MATCH FOR Born In Denmark on Dec '20. place for all ages. Rev. Is attending North Carolina
State U.MIMes.
FLAMELESS ELECTRIC GIVING. 1890. he was a retire:! mechanical Felder L. Rowan, pastor.of .

.. 1955 after" engineer 30 years, retiring servtct; In Sylvia Norton Nancy spent Hartley Saturdaywith and Y

with General Electric. He had Ilion Ldoge 591. F. A: A. M. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Nor- j TOWN FINANCE J i

FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY lived for the pant ten years In of Illon. N. Y. and Royal Arch ton.Rev J
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA I Keystone Heights where he Lodge 236 F. Sc A. M. of Iro- I B. T Peavy broughtthe
.
was cleric of the Mission quota; N. V.Survlvlnlr. devotional at the PTA

Board of St. Anne's Episcopal is his wife Nellie Meeting held at Southalda
-"' "I 11 .tr' church for eight years. Cheney Wlstrup of Keystone; Elementary School last Tuesday f 226 N. Temple Starke, Fla. !
: .
; l one daughter, Mrs. Donald evening. s
Jf"you like going Mr. Wlstrup was a member : French of Manlius N. Y. one! Miss Robin Elder spent the Call Today --- 964-9091 t tL
; s lIOn, Carl A. Wlstrup. Jr. of weekend' as guest of Lynn Pollard ,
''first-class" you'll\ this 4 'j Fayetteville, N. Y.: and three and family of Starke. I
.. e. 'Mn NF grandsons. Dana Todd and Scott Elder I

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''I. CXCANINOSaVER. !<
r .1 keyboard in instant. Five inexpensive sets. *. Automatic Transmission! .
& an \\ODOE 'RT- 224 IW, 8th A .. : BRASS COPPER>>:
l V.n t JEWELED MAIN BEARING for long-lasting TacJ -' DODGE TRUCESsales.PartsAervb. PilOSE 171.4174f7.lvweelllr Industrial Hard Chrome
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... City Automatic IJ14 NE; XM Ave. Ocate
{ : tory-new precision and performance. s. 1I U+twt. .<..|M> Xlal>.to UsedPooleGable. leer. Ira 1M.. _-41111.

1 I KING SIZE CARRIAGE two inches longer than most, for extra bis Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Motors Transmission, Inc. LADIES WEAR TYFKWHITERSHancock:

I typing jobs, like reports, charts and ledger sheets. jgj wf/ww*** '1 110 S. K. lt Are. GJn aTUle
added cost. Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We PHONE 171-4141 Rep A Eaeha.n: Cherry'sAddrn Office
..HANDSOME: VINYL CLAD STEEL CASE at no .
All MakM and Mock.TRt'C .
will Pick-up and Butcher. There will be m Tropical Pontiac EQUIPMENT
COME IN TODAY TRY THEM ALL. Pul'lSoDabie'
t AND Small Fee for S A CARS15.r !ofoot& StsnitbtarAotaot1
Pick-up-Butrherinjr .1.00 4
rows per Inc. .. Address rot Ladle
...TN&e4 Deals.C .
Head and Hide.
Hojfs 3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight. "
J Only $121.59Plus Tax i, For ChilUut and wrapping 51'jc per Ib. with paper. TROCK OMC CENTJRPONTIAO : WORK CrARANTTED DRESSES8UITaCOATSM'1TERNITt 1Iuyrtw Yarh11We._Calrolaton TetalUAdrftnc

\ We Sell Reef and Pork for Home Freezers arm ET FLAN WEAR SAUlt -8E.RVTCEREyI' .tBAVR .

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1 I KindergartenTo Win :f Council Gels Rezoning Request

: Open Here

KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS / January 10. TWO From. From Lions ClubA

I /;ort Wtiteffeysto'ne's/ Keystone Heights
I A new kindergarten Is. slated --

I to open In Keystone on Jan nhown tax atatewonts. -
; request tar rf'.onll0'' ,-outvt a on
Indian
unry 10. under the tutelage of bouncing '' Is not efeetlve in Jafl'
property nt r''I\<'I\ and Orch- :! .
, "" : !! Mrs. Kenneth HfskMt. formerly bounced: ocr Fort While 82:
By EmliyTLoma .. March."This
inl Streets, across from theflew ry. February;or
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of Jackson.Ule. To be hf'1"In 'l *|i tn a hardwood! ( \thriller Friday .
! KIIS army site wits preented raa aI ierror on the rubber
, 7 rhonea les St.. Williams Hall on Sat nlsht.
statements,
II to the Keystone! Heights 'tamp UIMH on
A hard played flaht back I
St. the school will benondenomlnaUon.1
jnma ,
'4: Day 473-4666 Nit 473-4539 and the last three minutes!" gave thIn:1ans lly Council.. :! Tuesday" night by ,I Ami the discount does not io-*
__ _1t open ,ewy I llemtcrvon president of ply in thom months.Approved .
to all children of the 'l'eln. their victory I of $350: :
ho Keystone LJon Club. payment
The childhood imagination new place. : the four to he-year old age! Oary Cooper bucketed 2; .: llentivttxm xnlil the club Cor lust year's iiudtt.vApproVeil .
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view of Santa Claus journey O. E. Wlnlns.has a lot or \ group. points. <4uiin the game! to l Us T .vni>teU to purchAse the prop. purchase of a

inj through the heaven with traveling ahead of.him, begin % Registration will take placeon the Keystone' tribe In scoring I'ty .an the sits for n proposed separate. net of books for air-
! his horse-.drawn sleigh) the ninft 'on Tuesday., when hluave if f Jan. 3. 4 and 5 at the hal Jurne* Bailey with.. 20 poln. ,w .lull.* Club butMing. At pre-t- )Ort records, and the purchase

a wonder to those. of ;uan foOreenvlfle.. 8. C.. t from 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 3 ass hUb man for Fart White ij ont It IK suited 1 lilentlal. nf n delinquent tax book for

longer young! now hat" Its spend! \Chrlstmaji with hL .. n. m.: A complete pre-achoo: l ,The Keystone 'B' tcam'wor '4 Tli* nmttor woe .referred. to 112\:

counterpart in the modern daughter Ellen CMrs. Dall '\tl program }Is plannej to Include their preliminary game 43-14 I the :Zoning Commission of TranMforrml $.Sill 1 81 from

Comet and Cupid and! Donder Davenport) and her famler Phonics. modern math. ,anSpanish. The 'B' team'win gave Key. 7_ which John Htnl in crmlnnnn, :Jie Airport account to apply

and Blltzen of, the space.age After' his- visit there he wl. :: stone a double barreled vktor I I for recommendation,' ;o bills for mowing In..r&ol14)a.

the astronauts of project ute his annual trip InU A former assistant director \0 for the' evening. 1 Anderson Gets Major's Leaves The low bill of 1'rl..t Construction and. the airport's pro rata

Gemini. ,ho place extm-ter Mexico and following his 're. and teacher' with the KlrEd. Co. In this mount of share of audit axpensa.
restrlal travel within the limitsof turn. plans to participate I In '' ward Fouixiatlon of Jsckoonvllle. Mrs. Dwy Hurt Mrs. Richard U Aiuterson A graduate of the Universityf f.Vlo for stolewatik cnrmlructiont .Approval request of Cub

reality. With ah ever.In'rea.nni the Caribbean cruise .of the created by Carl Swisher Golf! pins the gold leaf. of major on f Missouri he entered the! U the leach wa accepted' mibjftrt !Stunts' to use municipal build
Bankers Society. Mrs. Henkett had has On Course. her husband! follow notification I a. Army In 1D33.: and his biwu
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( Incidence of St. Nick: more .I to written notification ing's meeting room the last
alighting from helicopters and Mrs. George E. LaRue returned w ; ,I than 20 years experience' In ol ol hL promotion as I aiwlgnrti* to various. dutlcH .M frotu Paul Smyior owner of Frktay In each month. through
Edmund Dwyer,
the like who would be swept Tuesday from a.vbll 1 i work with children In Indiana \Irs. MaJ. Hewlett Ralncr. PMS at Fort BUI. Okla. IJboanhIUfIf'II.I the Keystone Inn. that h. June.
Ued If he with Mrs. Ernest Ahlers In I and Illinois well her Keystone Height was InJur8und.y StfUon University looks on. CVimnny' and lu 1DH3-64 wu
resort*:! to a more ai as would '''I.V for mm. Approval amending codeof
speedy mode of travel from theley Baltimore at whose home she I later. work with the Found- afternoon at the Keystone Major Anderson, aaiiorlate pro.fes.sor | stationed in South Viet Nam.j In other action 1 the council: ordinances by adding >c-

northland? Certainly not received word of her husbands ) I, ation. Oolf and Country Club.when of military IMJIt'nce.t I j where he was awarded the Itacliltxl to arrange a meetIng Mon 91 appointing a Are Inspector
( a ball; driven bv Frank 'IM flionse StiU'. \Mrs. A Anderaoii '
the Unlveisity operations \ I
this "lection as' 'councilman las .
generation's child tc : b
who -
with County Commliwlon- > may any qucI.uiled
I Ottlnger struck her foreheadnecessitating ttivj- training officer for the I the daiwhtcr of 1\"',,. A. C
whom the space vehicle week. Wheelers Win at the I ..r Itt tot J. Murrhee to dts- ))f'rllOn.!'
surgery ROTC department.HONOR. Vance of Keystone. heights.KEYSTONE .
launching are already rou Mrs. Jimmy John..on1.Wlhter : J. mills Miller Health Center ", ('U'" thai (Hiving of additional -Approved an ordinance
tine. iM. of the O. L. Unnlna. Sugar Bowl Trip that evening' streets( kn. Keystone under", Clayonnty's making It illegal to removeany

HERE: 'N THERE Is In Rockvllle.: Mid. for a ten. tn Sales Contest Mrt.'Dwyer, a member of ROLL I ( second. half of its records from city h"II.

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Starnes. lay visit" with her aunt. Mrs th foursome In which Ottingerwas I iOOXM: ( ( rood bond programVoted Approved Keystone State

of Pensacola. will arrive fiatur- VI. M. Hayes while her hua Wheeler Service Co. of Melrow. playing wn sitting be. FOR KHHS GOLFING NEWSWinner to atlvertlim forhl.l. Bank aa city's official\ deposi

day to upend the holidays with !tend a member of the U. 8 f'n owned" by Mr. and .. tory.
the northwestsplrastu'lies t
A hind a tree on the No. 5 p..rthree on dealing
of ItingerTournement
his brother. O. Raymond Star. Coast Guard. In that city Art Wheeler was winner Mrs'j hole and looked around The list. of students In the' I tin at the KeystoneAllport. 1'HAHe.il motion to give city

nes. and Mrs. Starnes. Joining thlle his boat Is In drydock: : trip to New Orlesiv and j.t.s Ottlnger'a drive was Keystone tlehhtahool who \\f'I'' niuiounrMI : hits. tit bit opnneil at ilo airplane mechanical workattorney

them on Sunday will be Mrs. for repaInLI Sugar Bowl 'game during the shanked In her direction. have made the principal's lIstor I I the Wmnl" dolt Aanocljatlou tho[ Jnn. II mooting, authority. to negotiate .
Ray Starnes' parents. Rev. and lARtY' LINE and honor roll has been releasedby of Keystone Height In lean with Hartley. Cam to
New
Year's holidays result
as a
I She U reported to be resting correction sluttut -
a
Ill the 18-hnle Arthur Heqiieitteil
Mr*. J. }{. Wagner of Penney Keystone .t.fr members' ol' : of placing In the top ten good Principal Joseph( B. Renaofl.The II'MUp.f1'1I.! nt Airport.
comfortably and In condition that the cent lla-
lug I I Ketch was low tiros' winner one per
Farms. the E. I. duPont de Nemours dealers In sales In the Tampa atraliiht. -A students on -In.II'II'I..t city Attorney
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry. Co. and their wives were .. .... for RCA Whirlpool Co. at press time. the prlnclll I'. lint are Harry with 70. and Mia. Hay Hume to pr"| "-emilutlon. to chief

of Lake Qeneva. spent last reatM) to a gala party at the' Mr. and Mr!*. Wheeler will Wagner arade two: Teresa low net winner with FMI.! Win- Kit; and Mrs. Oay Livingston. I ng-lnecr of Rtate Itoikil IVxtrt-|

erkeivi:! In Dunellon ",11.1her Ponce de Leon Hotel In St. 1' leave from Tamps by jet on NEWS NOTES Ferris and Parrel White. 3A. nerH' in .the nlno-hole division, low net 79. fluent requesting.| that curvehtreot ,
niece and nephew. Mr. and \uirustlne last Saturday even- Dec. 30. and will be staying at Stephanie Bannister, 5A; Don- were M.... R. T Martlii. with t IIHlorrTCITKNt, ) :\ at Ilelota's' reslihntce .berwleelgnnl

Mrs. Robert Hess. ng. aa the company entertain I I' the Monteleone Hotel Parties II,. Helen. KisnCHRIHTMAH aid Metdriim.; 61): lomn Hen (n low cross" score. of 4:1.: aol;1 I At 2 p. in Sunday, a Chi'Int. and rebuilt

The t.. F. Lamees have recently -d all staff members in Its two have been planned for the 20 derson 7A; Roxanim Ketch. Mrs. Phil WrUht, huldlnji, a man Tournament.. will be h..1 I lUx-elvtxl |J30: bill from

returned to Keystone art'* plantC An. IntercatrngIdelin .ge winners. 10 from Florida and 8A: Patricia Cox and Sharon low net of 31. !for couple at. the club. According Attorney! Iterwlvk Andnrson for

moving Into their former home'' *.of the party was a 10 from the' Northeast at PARTY Brannon.. 8H: Sharon Brown The tourney (''''.rt'\1 a i to club ''''0. l.esHlephenson. extra rvUts.,

on Crystal Lake. chance meeting between du- .. Brennan's.. Hotel Roosevelt "tfa ChrUtmasr WM the 10: and Patty Hliaunhnesny, thiee-month* 1'1'10'1.' running I It will be a nine-hole -

Adding to the list of Key- Ponter.Sam Gardner m fOrmer a $ and other clubs and restau greeting extended by r..ld..ntHall'n 12.: ""oncurrrUyI'lth the. Tlmrs beat ball! niiin's choice tomnainrnt nile RIOHT POINT.. ler she'
.All-Amerlcan from Duke Univ.. P Honor roll students are" as day wonifii'd mert. Partlrlpanls with hu baiwl, .wlft
no
toners moving Into new rants as well aa tours and V. Kgaii to the 441 offl- way yen .write, fume In soil
homes on the beautiful plnn.1! and his. former Junior high \' rrUIa .. mrs, and membeia attending follows: \vvie given the opportunity '- trams permitted.HeiiUtratlons lenses your favorite CttTKK-! :
sula on Little Lake .. school football roach 'from In August they placed In the AARt Chapter's second let grade- LJia. llennon. JanIce to. better their Inltla'" ,, are, being Ukea ROOK. fountain ...... TEI.K-

formerly Predrlfcsaon's' Point.I Charleston.. W. Va. who U. the will the top 10 In sales. In the area annual Christmas. party last Methvln.' Cynthia Mlngledrtrff ", 'ore on eacli hole In the ".1""- at the clubhouse tills Telegraph.

are' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gardner -! father of. Tom Oarnar. of ::1I"On a week's trip to Ber Thumdsy afternoon. .The hall and IMrlene Raiilersnu' teas of pUy for a final' low total time for the event, which will

who moved In time to enjoy K "to \..\'and'who was vacationing .. was beautIfully decorated 2nd grade -. Mark Klefer for the round. be followed by a holiday)/ happy .
I In the Ancient City. Shannon Facer Kimberly, Ciosler. (iue l l Ua" Itmull* hour.
the holidays In their lovely with the tfnVr'of Interest --
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Neither had"seen ,the other ", : CALENDAROf lug Mania Clsus with his full Frank Halley Karen Tun- Members of the Women ,.
.--- : Joann.i Oolf As ocUtlni of lite Oalnfmvllla .
since the days of their. coach. park ready to descend the ner. Tommy Dell. ) -

MURRHEE student!' relationship.: Events chimney, !below which was abiasing 1(1\.1'. Kevin Uannon Kim Country Club and tlie CHRISTMASDANCE
Children of employees of the Mr fir*""on the hearth. Laren. Kevin Brown and Co- l'tlatkS Country Club wer
Insurance '
Agency duPont Highlands plant will : Thurs.. D c. 1 17:30: p. m.. > Mrn. 'SuLk Malmgren., pro- letn nickel.Orade liUPNts l last ThursiUy for an

General Insurance be treated to a Christmas party Christmas programirtionl grim chairman.. Introduced 3A. Ho... Mann... I.MU- IR-hole tournament and luncheon .

In& ..Stark this Saturday !' lunch roont. Mrs. Ralph Orffln) mho. read ra IMrdeu. Christine" Iliokan, at the local club i;
MA Last :> wa Men's Prayer. Bret Cole. Timothy Head. !_. Winners among the no par'
nRr- CASt' I.TT ,Saturday party 1:30: p. m H1> CTirMmsmibre lltol')'. f. l- .
RI.VR AtTTO BO!O (I tlven for children of the Trail f r Ctroup "Fellowship at A. R. lowed. by another, reading by ter Ketch. Joseph Itlckx lies' tlclpuiUs were: first flight _ Hi t I the
Ke'llton. Heights. ..73471ftI IUd..'plant employe' with f or 'a"lrk', home'on Little(.,. Mrs. Kthel Woymsn. JleniyFKtevtie Kland.: Dtmlta Hpurkmun and, Mrs O J. huller, of OaliiASvllle .

Charles McGlav merging. -t 'aM"I.lone 1..1t. nrnpanlfl: lila .wife Anita Menxert.. low gross of 99: and' Mrs

A birthday party waa'given' : : Sun IVn. 19 Christmas a.* she played Christina ear- Orsdo, 3n.- William Beam. S. L.. Hcruuit. of tJalnrnvllle. BLUE PINES

last. aatttrdsy bon rlnlr' Mrs pelt tournament and happy oil on the 'belts."' Mrs. Sidney Clifford. Burke, Terry Davis.Jeffrey low net of 79 HrconU flight
Tracy Baker', Br.' and waa tit- the Dolt and Facer. fMvM .r>wHurry wlniwrn- -Mrs. I Annminrlng the. Oproin ur at< KeysInna Oodwtn of'lisa thorn'. sang a Saturday Dec. 18
JVM.\kV lOthKindergarten toyed' by.membera of her family Country Club, bexlnnlng!' 2 p. BO0rsno.. snlo and Axel Malmtren Moruim. Steve Nelson." Otto Ualneiivllle low gross of ,
from Keystone and Ulas use) : Keith PIIIII.or.r..... Baker .03, and Mrs. Wrndcll Clarity. ,
plsyed.lhe flut, accompanied -
ioll" laurie Hendnnuin OMltiewvllle low net of 77. 9 'til Midnight
f Emily: Ison. who reside at the by !Mrs.\ Ftueag. who Janet BUenscher
Postmaster vm.... ............ ...... closed: the musical. program Theieoa' Meeks. Bliel- i i Third flIght Mrs. Margaret.

! For 4 anSI ft Vrar'Olds.N rVDFR TIlE WE.'THr. with a piano version, of -White hey Hufflnl and Karen. ntsnley ,I Campbell Palatka. low gross Music By The House Rockers
, Wilbur McOanlel was admitted ue 4th grade Carolyn Jordan, 09 and Mm. L. Hykes, t>a.
< to Alachua General Mr. ....." was presentedwith 1 Mllriie 1111 I Debbie M.ilheny I lithe low net 70 $1.50 I Per Couple .

St. William's Hall Hospital Monday with. a circulatory \ a lift of appreciation for nretcheii. : New man. Karen Local .winners were Mrs _'.II(. ,\M) MMS. WII.I.IUIIJIor.l.: NK\V: OWNKUS:
ailment. 11* Hallf K4hhmnerC'Ll'B tier vision In orianlslng the Nt'.'".''). LorIs Parr Nirelt Whitney Wyman, low groan,
U reaUn.C'Omlort.b.ly "' Peehsmel) llniie. lUnnon, f
Frank Xlgen
Hey tmM> Heights which ha enrolled
.A. chapter
........ ... ....' Clirliloffers.le'Naples
In Bradford III members In 1 U months. Cherie
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County Hospital follom-tng a < Nt'UI Binse-tle lleplInstall. *,
!Hrh"' .l ...||_ Program Refreshment were arranged .
IIM'IudMI sudden Illnewi.We S. : The regular meeting of the by Mrs. Bert ChrlAtoffen. and Christy June anj l....tha Met- \ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE
hear that the Ed: Dwyer \ calf,
I S Phonic* e HpMl. >li I Metros %Woman' Club wan Mrs. Jack Hsbentroh Re.tstrstion -
rJ I are planning to leave off held December 1. at the club and hopHallt.u (liade &A Di-bra H"rk'l
!Matter !MathQ1II&Iift.MI
4 \ No. S'frotn future rounds of < Ikiroihr Nelson, ._ ," .
l tnu-her with" SO hois with a good>> attendance rhalrmanrd) by Mn. MargaretTracy man. I BUSINESS
golf, after her mishap Bunds r. tic The hoAt -'. Mrs. Jsmes B snd l4arit,. .'. helpers In Ferris and Marc' Cl.trk DIRECTORY
1 year* rspcrieor* hi pra- that she is Oracle, Ml Anthony.. M'like.'
Reports arc getting Lackey Mrt. Earl: Rice, and the emrhsnve of sift* .were Mr
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I along well at the Teaching Mrs John JUrswn served a an1 Mrs. Bill need Laurie Beam "
KeglMraHont Jaau .. 4. S I
I "II.... IS p.m.Mi. ; Hospital In Gainesville. m. delirious lunrh The buslnes The meroheri voted a lift and Patti McCJUve Jackson. ,tH'I.IANCKH: :: AlfTO/ KKI'AIKT : "' I-IIY:
; I tar over by dill griidn IVIh ____ ..
i i "' MlllbUfi' Hall. Herbert Nelson has recently meeting was presided" and an expimilon of sppreclatlon n--
CindyScales. ,
returned home after a slay sSt. out the president" Mrs., K DLonjrnecker to the church officer Johnny Vsllde'iill.

'J \t I I \ Mr erke, *....llMhrtt.d PhoM fMrerlnrI 41S-4 14 : Vincent's Honrftal In Jacksonville ., Mrs Dull& reported for the generous' unc of the "' Bill Meldnim.,and Kern Paul. V Service Center Goetzman Bros. II O.C.Carne.. Nursery
and reports!' that heflf er on progress of the Christmasdecorating church factmiaa for meetlrws.!' elrio. busch" Baker Illway 1(10.) rioemhorn2J:

\\J: piolert.Mr. C. A. It was announced that chapter Dun nn J. K. Till*:*, PrnprlelorASLh4 Garage Miles KM of HtarkeNitraerv
and! .senior' high HfiM'k! Th )U.-
Ford will donate a tree whICh officers .will hold' an open Junior
\ will be planted on the srhool hou!' for members .t 3 p. mThuradsv. at hool humor roll students ai e >rl". will I Oracle 7A Jim Brown. Nathan "sbe and ServicesersIC. Tr_ to>> choose) from. NiceIthal.
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grounds. The Ag IJe*. 10KAMTMIN :
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Mllllisn Tr.e4. Rvsrgreonett :
(/ open a joint cSCkiDftCCOlllt1 !' plsnl and It decorate and pupils the tree will Clay ratefor : The Keystone NTAK ll.l"rrts OErij' Nancy.Bruc N.Ple. .Vanessa. 1".1>> I'U'IIall.t) l u. All \lke. Ps8TAHIM 'MttIfUN(1: lj n.-<..p. "'!artl.. All In

the bank. You CM mate th* I Electric Co-operative Inc. willmopersie enjoyed a spatial rtrotram on' Donna HwrkinanOrade VUky B rdDrlinv TV K \iuo turY.145d'gtIIAut Aim fjtwii Mmr-O.llwn>r>l| Urns.containerS CanieMfaa. plant A asaleaslf any.
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haveIn Mnlor .
In this. a. they rwrrmbrr 7 when Past trend \ M the lighting. project of pasS Offlceri of U* Clrsnd Chapter >> Droinrr Mike VslldeJull .. .. an4ONKIIAI.K
deposits and I'll draw M* checks u years. of the JurisdICtion of Florida | and larrY Mln 'ledorfflr Work Key.I'MM Oua>r.llnlghl nt l TV 47S-44AI flcntaU hwy Nest -to 21 Drive-in Keystone Thsatrsrh Heights /IIWI.N Il'h"
Hteptianle
I At the nest meeting there I.r were honored PaslOrand Ma-j < le IA. l : ,MILK:
DUne lMv"*. HM 471-l4 .
I';, to be a CtirtoUna musIc pI'04&ram. tron Verna Uric gave a word ,I,8h.&hn.nlt.. irTina Bu-kel Deborah NIU Stun 473-314.1 U.) '." IIUiIIW30t.(;

The ramie director of picture of a trip she took ttl lr YES We Have( :;Jitn.:i! .*, t three-fourth
j ... be In the horn of RoWtt MorrU.founder :; .llawe. Kerry Shacklej j
V I the local nrhnal to Tent ......, I IKslhr 1 1HENDERSON'S cleared; 5-rimm house, nuthulMinic -
!' ford. I
n Chaige and a number of pupUw of OKH. In KentuckyA I II I Illnrk RCA COLOR T-V UJTO HKHVICE.: 1I' *. Sum repair'
unique ewirteirir was preaenld -
e. !' _ill participate.Jr Club will meet I by Mrs V.a. OwnbP I I[ orade tA tine 101..1 I I I needed fI'MM: | farming and
Women's .
.,.\ 'Monday, nnht at 7:10 p. m ; honoring the vllllni officials :! Drtxirah InklrbarfeT.. I II I'I Yr Moorun, OoU I I I II'IIW. 'land. "::11.0: ) per MC- j

;' pt under Josephine Heed dlretfona. '*-i i OtfU for iu >ta at the Maontr !I Ilarn. Mimi Float. Tertl | \V."herH. llryrrM. Itefriiceri4r ire,
!' and Diane Ctiapmsn. Service Center '
I : k Home ChrUtuflers" :
,) ) a chrUtma pUequt II an4 ra trn mar ( _T-V. I S.E.McKay, Realtor
; 'C;;.. will be made. Please. don't for. I I Iin I At. Petersburg. were' given. Htarfbiril, Oil PnvlwctsRIMIt
i KrYnTONK: irhilfihiTSF'hun.
fl Soil Hutrhl""'on.i :
CIrcle > !
arwl arrangements mAd. to l'IU'tHWheeler : "YIIWIY.johnson
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I I' get to bring your clothesPins. AT ur ('fH'NT 4TS-4AIA "
; i vlno. and I.'"n Jordan. ,
nary (Juith.wr'igel.
send An memberreadtne :
l cardboard. .lyrofosni. spray,| them by car t
... this column .who I I loth gra and flowers.nI.n.w.Ty.
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\... paint I>WHt. 14kkYMIF Terry" TMfeb. -
)( r. would like to and a lift maymaU I
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I .e. same1 to Masonic ffoin I Jarkle rk 1.ln. f.irothv llar- 4tI'I ; .11--1'Pulls'S
Holiday
lit pi ee- .Mr. F fI. ttun- KPH4u$4P4II
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.-.,\. ne'xlay. morning In the Recreation -'I

I Bull: .ding: Mrs. Craw fora\ I
NEWS NOTES NEWS
was in charge of the program;! RECREATION
Rev. Watts renO from the book T
of Luke and Isaiah and Mat, 1? ; .. :eA 0,
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thew. Mrs. nice: th'! chairman J.1N1AM: FOOTBALL PARTY Interested" 'In such an activity. !

Helen Kennedy and Mia Iiene said the Btzaar: was a t priztJ3 ir1LiL ; The 1P63( : Bantam Football ty: calling 'IKJ4-714I. Play wUl I

Williams.Mrs. glCat/ 8UCC SS. Proliant climaxed the treason begin alter the first of the)

IvlScott.. who has Ch.iitlan Fellowships: Patty W'Tt Saturday. Dec. 11, with a party 01 '.Lr.
been 111 In Dottm.* Ilor.plt.al. was Wednesday night. Mrs!! honoring the players cheerleaders TEEN TIMEA

was home but nut able to b Crawford anl Mrs. E. Ban coaches officials and! Christmas party and I

out. Mrs. Sara Mcl>onald. wh were hORt !..cs. Rev. Watts sponsors. ('-,, tee will is:; held for Junior j

suffered a (all lecciUly., has read. When Christmas Camsto I' '. T : Mayor Randal Chltty opened High students only at the.

lecoveicd nicely und was abe Bethlehem," by Charles: L. k r1 the program. complimenting Starke P..ecteatlon Center Sat. [

to b3 out again.A Allen and Charles L. Wallace. the League Champion and the urday night Dec. 18. Music

Christmas program< h being The mcmbeis, exchanged, gifts other teams and cheerleaders will be provided: by th 1 music I

planned by the officers( foi secret' pal gifts an:] sang; I, for th-slr achievements box. 'Admission is free- -time |

the Docembor! 21 meeting Christmas!! carols. Refresh C k i Coach David Hume the featured 7-11 p.m.
I t. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ronnie ments fiult cakes nuts and; 4, speaker talked to tho

i Hnrdenbcrg. Mis Arccna Wil- ice cream were enjoyed by all. : : boys. telling them the_eM
I on. and' Mrs. Lois Walker. Mrs. Melton dismissed the .. lice and: hard work an athlete J. W. Abel Dies

{'OllIUSIT'mmcil: : party with a prayer. ",I' must experience to become a
J. The general meeting of Faith Presbyterian Women's. 41 great athlete. The group was In New JerseyWord

Church Women was held at I Crcle! met Wednesday: at Mrs. .s.: -....- i. : very attentive as Coach Hurse
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film was ehovvn following Bartlett /gave the lesson. '- ,.' I Marian Angela Jenkins (center) Ma crowned Miuse. hUE I things that go into having a I here ul the death of Jick W.

a short devotional by Mr.. A. The Annual Christmas Par- of I9G3-BO In Impressive. coronation ceremonies In tbe school successful" fooluall season Abel In a nur,,Jnqr' home at I IVentncs
... C. Molt. ty for the Sunday School children : such as his Tornadoes> accomplished '
last Saturday.
-. auditorium last Thursday night. The two runner-up who N. J.
The circles will hold a combined > of the Melrose Methodist: I this year / ant
1r served In her Itrltt (lift and Funeinl services were hld :
Christmas Party ant Church will be Sunday December as ruiliN court are Dorothy ) James Bloodworth presented Monday
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'covered dish luncheon at 12 19. at 7 p. m. In the 1' ., ) /ephle Lane (right). Certificates of Appreciationfrom the body was
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noon on A tableau of iit.-: -- ---- --- -b.---- and Recreation been winter
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Elmer Howe and Mrs. Kettle I the First Christmas will be .I-.... ......... --._. ......."...' Department to the many resident of Starke for the past,

Stltchberry are general chair 'presented and the Children's The Little, Red School Ili.>us flout entered by KJK'': Primary Department was> Yf contributors to the Bantam 12 seasons He was a retired:

men. with each circle assisting. Choir will sing Carols with |j one of the highlight' of the .M.hoftl'a. nnnuul Homecoming rural .List Friday. morning. t football Program. electrical engineer and was a

lighted: candles followed by I The parade which featured hlgh-trpplnff baads from .IUE-- Starke; Lincoln High *. : ( Awards. were presented to Mason ant Shrlner.

Table arrangements will be Santa Claus' arrival with a In charge of Mu. Howe's Circle sack full of presents. The en- _. Holiday Inn: Mont Improved .
by m large crowd of fan.*. his Immediate family.SERVICE
; Mrs. Clarence Davis' circle: tire family U Invited. Timmy El land; Outstanding

members will set the tables; BOY SCOUT NEWSAt I ____ Lineman. Lavern Outlaw: Outtanding .

and Mrs. M. A. Schroeder's 6:30: a. m.. Saturday. Homecoming Back Johnny Powell;

circle will decorate the tables. J Jlira. December 11, the Boy Scouts I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Sportsmanship Faith Casey. MENPvt.
: Robert Dodd's circle will ) of Troop 109. Brent and Lloyd ; Game Won Southern Discount: Outstanding .
prepare coffee and arrange for 1 Baldwin Gary McClure Marvin CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNHT Lineman. George Barton

dish washing after Mrs. Henry Mitten. Rick Wheeler. Ed- 1 ; Outstanding Back, Dale WOMLNPvt.

Mickle's circle has cleared the die Rothhammer and Assistant By Tigers Johns; ,Moat Improved. Lean

tables. Scoutmaster Olynn Roth- SCHOOL NEWS wedding will be an event of 14.T Manning; Sportsmanship Rlthird : *

The Rebecca's evening circle hammer accompanied Mrs. I Christmas holidays will begin Sunday Dec. 19. at .4 p. m. In .'The RJE Tigers won their Roberta.

held their Christmas meeting Ronald Arrowsmith on a field i Friday Dec. 17, and end: Pleasant Grove Methodist Homecoming game with Me- Conner Insurance: Outstanding -

( on December 13. Members of trip to study bird January 3. Everyone is In fora Church. A reception will followat bane of Alachua last Friday: .T Lineman. Randall McGee; Norman H. Patrick. son

the Nightingale Circle were tion. To avoid IdentlflCa-j very Merry ChrIstmas and a the home of Mr. and Mrs. night by defeating; the visitors Outstanding Back Johnny of Mr and Mrs. William M.

Invited to join with the day early hour the trip covered i prosperous New Year. All will Albert TYson. uncle and aunt 69 to 63 on the home court. it ?: ;.i Brabham; Most Improved. Patrick: of ,; Route 1, twtey.

circles. the woods and marshes on the I return for study. of the bride-elect. All friends The Tigers now have a .season Donald Frees: Sportsmanship recently completed a 12-week
The Sunday School Christmas property of Colonel and Mrs. HONOR ROLL and relatives are invited. record of 2-2. Steve Strickland. radio relay and carrier operation -

Party will be held at 7:30: Harold Ashley, Wood Ducks. The principal's list is as follows FUNERAL SERVICE Harold Chandler and Ernest Lawtey Recreation: Outstanding course'under the Reserve

p. m. Sunday Dec. 19. Giftsof Shovelers. Woodcock. Wood : Anthony DeSue. Alice Funeral services for the late Whitley were high scorers for Lineman. Frank Enlistment Program at the

food will be made up Into peckers. Robins. Swifts. War- Turner Nellie Louise Davis Mrs. Frances Brymer ;wereheld the Tigers. pouring in 20 Cruce Jr.: Outstanding Back. Army Southeastern. Signal

Christmas baskets under the blers and Spnrrows were seen Willie E. Davis and Carolyn Saturday. Dec'. 11, In points each. Alfred Dixon -- .--. --- _. .,uIsaia-; Jerry Teuton; Moot Improved School. Fort Gordon. Oa.Ptttllck .

>direction of Mrs Bert Christ- 'while other species were heard Myers. Grant Memorial AME Church paced Mebane with 16. James Gladieux; Sportsmanship w$* trained to operate

offers. welfare chairman. but not seen. It was a special 7th Grade: Barbara Jean with Rev. Albert Re
: The Men's Prayer Group treat for the group to see the Hudson. Legertha Griffin. ficiating. Mrs. Brymer ,was game to Mebane girls. by a curried I the Junior High "School' Sweetheart. The boy. and girls enjoyed l relay carriers and various

will meet at 7:30: p. m. with friendly Wild Turkeys flock Mary Ann Bass. Linda Perdue born In Starke. the daughter score of 38 to 34. Betty White playing" games and
till, A. R. Marwlck. around them: also, the African and Sharon Clark. of the late Randall and Nancy led the RJE girls with a totalof = treated, to hot dog. and cokes. was a .1965 graduate of

Guinea Hens and the many 8th Orade: Carolyn Brown Albert. She had lived in 'Jack' 18 points.' I- This concluded a very successful Bradford High School. and

Bob White Qualla. The last Mary Lane Daisy Coleman sonvllle for a number of years. Both teams are Idle this I season. I completed basic training at

;"I" MELROSE bird field trip for the year will Ronald Strong Melvarean A member of Grant Memorial week and will resume their BASKETBALL Fort Jackso S. C.

be held' next Saturday December Morris Lillian Hankcrson and AME Church she had served schedule- on Jan. 4 when they Registration for basketball

18. starting at 6:30: a. Shirley Marks. as! treasurer of,Ushers* Board play nO'prleji' QJ Suwannee leagues is open now at the ..jUStorekeeper
(Continued From Page 15)1 m. After the birding trip the 9th Grade:' Donnie Jackson No. 3. She was a member. of County on the home court. Recreation. Center' Boys and 2nd Clans Robert -

mentary classes grades one Scouts went on :.a hike and an Mazella Durham. Juanita Pulpit Aid BOI1'dO.. a.'the girls may register any afternoon Green. USN. son of Mrs.

through six will be partici overnight campout. Initiationwas Oilffin Gloria Hutchinson, DuPont Neighborhood 'Club' through December 28. Ellen L Holmes of Route 1.

pating. held for the new Scouts Carolyn' Thomas. and the Ladles, Auxiliary of Idny" visit with Mr. and, Mrs. League will t>e offered for Starke. ,,.has 'teported for dutyat

The leading roles are to be of Troop 109 and the boys 10th Grade: Catherine Gateway Banacks 3131. ', Bobby,Dyal, Dana and Bob of boys from ages 10 through IS. the Naval Support Activityin

played by a double cast. One worked on and completed several : Johnson. Mary Ann Searcy. Survivors Include two sons. Smoker thin Sunday. We enjoy and for girls ages 10 through Va N..... Viet Nam. Ap

cast performing for a day per- equrlraients for advance- Clara. Nell Hamilton Hattie Robert Brymer an instructorat some handmade gifts together 13. \> "3.500! Navy men

formance to be given for the ment In rank.PEItMONALS 1 I Mae Terry, Linda Dlnklns Stanton Vocational School so we aH know we can MK.VM! .'sK.'n'-\LI: are currently assigned to the
high school and the other cast :. Shirley' Brown. Audrey Orif- and Marsh Brymr-r Jr., a.n' Instructor look forward to seeing each I Plans for a .Men's City B'is-, activity which; was establishedto

for the night performance. The I Mrs. W. H. Aliens mother. lu. and, Joe Nathan Reed.: at Jacksonville: Beach other.now If time dODd not -- ketball League were formedat meet Increased requirementsfor

leading characters are: Mr. Mrs./ E. A. Chester from Quln- 11th Grade: Brenda King, elementary School; ond/sister// permit other visits during the a meeting Monday night at combat logistic support of
...11 Oruber played by Gary cey spent a week's visit with Larry Brown. MI" Louise Byrd of Jacksonville year 'Mrs. Bind Sparks; and L'Jr. the Starka Recreation Center opcratlons'ln' Viet Nam. Their

Braumbuugh and John West! them. Mrs. Allen's !sister, Mr 12th Grade: Ernest James and other relatives. sons, Lee and Davkl of Cira-( The league will be composed ta.iks wUI include off-loading

Spirit of Christmas played by and Mrs. R. L. Baker and .Vhittley, Marlon Jenkins and CHtUlCII NEWS hnra were with the Dyal family of four teams and will play chips and handling supplies

Linda Rothhammer and Judy children. Tommy and Janet Coy Jackson. Greater'Allen Chapel AME and the children all enjoy a double-header\ each Thursday .nd provisions of all kinds
West. and Reader performer came for a visit then took MAIUUAGK: Church: Sunday School 10 a. each other.'a visit ns do weadult. evening at the local high through th* port of Da N..ng
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by Melissa Gano and Brent I Mrs. Chester" back home. W. Mr and Mrs. Albert Tyson m. Morning Worship' I 11'1 a. m ... A pleasure I think to I school gym. A meeting of all andover beaches. from the de-

Baldwin. 'I 1!. Allen's- brother Mr. and announce the approaching Choir Union .will be held at 3 I have guest such IJI'thill.. ,i players hue been net for Thursday enliSts!tze, '2One In the north.
Mrs. A. W. Allen from Jacksonville mfUTlaKe of their daughter p. m. Evening Service 6 p. m. We understand the KItcliorm The spirit of ChrlKtmu* was. .reflmleil In thin l>e"uilful Dec. 30. at 7 p.m. In the to Chu Lal in the south.

r t Also featured will be the were Sunday after. Mary Bell to Charles Walker. The Christmas program will I were down to their cottage I! huts. unil sliver flout by the 'f'nl..r CUmt:' of HJ r., ,depicting high school gym Following the -
and the
Senior High Chorus noon guests. VII.SB Tyson Is a student at be> held Filflay night at 7:30.: from their home In Jackson. the Slur of Uctlileheni., meeting players will be allow. Harry B Loper son of Mr.

Girls Ensemble. These two Mrs. Longnecker plans to Cape Kennedy Business Col All members and friends Invited. villa during the week and had I ed to practice. League play and Mrs. Ben Loper of Route

groups well have shaped should up amazIngly be a- visit her cousin In Mt. Dora lege{ and Mr. Walker Is a I Quite Rood luck with fllIh- Holy Eucharist and aermon ...Ie! thereof. Ht nut, e.ree I treat for and: this weekend.. graduate of Lane College of Greater 1'ethlehem' FreeWill Ing. They returned, over!' the i 1st and 3rd Sundays 930; A thi., (oval rate of lnter".'. payable Jan. 6. U. 8. Army A graduate of

evel'yone.Mrs. Impressed Junior and Cindy Kelly and Jackson. Tenn- The wedding Baptist: Monday night. weekend and really loaded the ii!. I nursery open). Cliur.i.School. Mmt-annua11)r.. aswrraAtliuv \U.Lr.'I\\U. Bradford Hteh School he Is
AilKzl Is
especially .
with the cooperation daughter Sandra visited will be solemnized Saturday :: Choir No. 3 rehearsal 7 p. m. boat. Montly speckled .perch 11 I 9:30: A M "Holy Ku- the' principal twins' lit amount the denomination of 1 1.loo.irao The Parks and Recreation married to the former Jsnelle

she has received from the friends and relatives in Cross night. Dec. 18, at 7 o'clock in Tuesday night Story Hour 'f[ believe!' and if the groups of | clsuuist.. Sam. each Sunday of t:., City this weekend.Mr. the Pleasant Grove Methodist p. m. Wednesday night General 'seagull. found on the, luke. 1 in>1 Evening! Prayer 7:30: P. M:' serially In anniiwl Installment. ball League. for men and worn employed by Clay Electric at

teachers In She feels producing the faculty this and Mrs. R. M. Cason Church of Starke. A reception Prayer Meeting 7 p. m. any indication of the each Sunday. EYC. 9'j:; P. M. Im In the luiMve.yeara. a mi IM.re I omipletr,. !554> both demrlptlon : en if enough Interest. is indi Keystone Heights> before entering -

program. are vlMting! their >daughter.Mrs. will follow Immediately at the Thursday night Choir No. 2 then we have nn 1 \. pel't'h'l each Sunday. of "k" _l I" rvrtmiittva I cated. Please let the department the _me.. lie chose the
and students at Melrose makeIt Harris in Welaka. home of the bilde's parents. rehearsal and Ladles Circleat crop! this year. Why Dull offices of Morning Af lndet.",tttneM I. contained know if you would be I Army's administration field.
a wonderful place to work Mrs. Gilbert Reed's patents friends' and relatives are in the home of Mrs. Louis Mc them a try ? and Kvenlnir Prayer, 8:00: A In the. petition herein' and will receive training In a
be of. IxiNR and 'U'Y.II1' : :| In
and
f a part
S The Senior Beta Club Is Mr. and Mrs. Sceber Brannen vited. Kay 7 p. m. Friday" night. Did you hear about the two I M. and 5.00: P. M.I'ru'wbyterla' ihambe' at Hturk., HradfordCoiintv rarletjr of admInistrative and
from Valdosta Ga. visited GRANT.T"' (O'ol':' Choir No. 1 rel\f'al'Ml..nd' country hldks who "wen't to riorldw. thle I IOu day ofNnvemtier. general office functions such

nelllng candy this week. with them for a week. Mr. and Artmon Tyson of Starke announces Prayer. Band at home of Mrs. town to buy a Christmas !alt t- lPf.ISPIAL. l lU Prison Sets .s hndllnc-mall; and operating :
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Friday night< the SquadBasketball the enagCKiricnt and E. Holmes. 7pm. Saturday 11 Faith Presbyterian- ( office equipment Later he
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Mrs. Brannen plan to come An eager clerk showed them Ch.urcnRev. ISKI) P.\TTKVJudae '::> ;,
Team won over back to spend the week of approaching marriage of his night Choir No. 4 rehearsal 7 some clucks that would run J. R Ncwle Jr.. minister or the r-ir., nit iSturi. ..t the Yule Program wUl serve in assignments! as a ,
Branson 26-15. Christmas with them. daughter Velma. to Marvin p. m. Chicken dinners will be EIGHT days without wirutttur ; Mrs. Carl Swisher.! irum- Klsbth) Jn The Melrose girls team won eel, for ltr...df."r.l "onlyis
Ida. In
Mr. Clarence Holden went. to Grant of Jacksonville Miss on sale Saturday starting' at 'and these two asked "\V-all. I met' organist! : Richard Scuv :S It U'U' December 21 movements specialist. 1
Ocala 57-41 Melrose -
over girls Boca Rotan on business lust Tyson Ls a graduate of Edward 4:30: p. m. In the church kitchen how many days, would, It run berger. violinist.flimxtay .

: A Squad lost to Bronson week Waters College and is employed sponsored by the Ladles If ya wrmn l H ?" Keep happy School 9:45: ... m I '

6438.Saturday. Bruce Rothhammer cele as an Instructor in Putnam Department. Deacon L. C. --and biuiy- they are constAnt Morning Womhlp. 11 a m '''Tit'M or "T"'T'n': TO r Th annual Christmas program

night Melrose A brated'' his fourth birthday County. Mr Grant is senior McCutchen. reporter. : Elder companions! Suoay! Nursery open both R.O.I"r.:1I Notice: : la.'II-r.l'ln.hereby .lv's.n" S that MN I. will be presented at tile | ikH >> t )J.JAJI; :

Squad lost to Trenton. Mel- i DPC 13.Eddie. In Edward Waters College. The Louis McKay pastor. hours.I II. Ila Ihe ..n..I....... under. the pro- State Prison at 7'30: p. m ,
soMe girls won over TI'enton viI.| .rt> of Chapter. 't-Ut.! Ij.w Tuesday Dec. 21, In the prison
nil-Is 3532.CHURCH and Clyde Rothhammer of Florida, Ai.te "f '1'41. will, school auditorium. 'I''t?
went hunting with their \ Keystone Area r.lfl.'.' with the flvrh of the
NEWS Uncle Chester Wesley from ward to ,the Tony Wallaces arriving turn. Good luck kids! 'rite < trvolt. ",...., flfCIghtS T..I Or.,ult O"ir" ., 'in ...< for Hrad.rd This year's presentation' will\
Rev. Mrs. TIne ?,. t-.untr ."n."'" up..n reelnt of the t.'i
L. R. Brothers Southern from New York for the Elaenacher saysshe Church Service :, .a..lld.t f .Irrolt Of .'. ., ...r of feature an, adaptation .
to Nlfrerla Gainesville. They didn't get !I. .Ma .. % .'. .......,..... of prmrf niinlti-allon the ,
Baptist Missionary holidays.Mr.. waiting for THE letter ail r < eoat. thle ....II.,* the, tltlnue' same of short story "The Cop and
delivered the message any !game but Uncle Chest to come with the arrival time I -1 Plata Marber Whop, under which. Anthem" by OHenry Other :
killed a S foot 2'a I inch rattle and Mrs. A. L. (Dick) her : (InluKus' : To ,,"nwt'1I' : I I am ..fl5ag'i In r..i..ln... at .....
Sunday at Ellam of uion. Bill Pace. -I i of the will include
morning snake. Hllltim! have had the time of( So far I'.n.y I i"r Sir ..1 r.I., Florida., IV- Mmrke. .-,.... W :Maitlwnn. Ht. parts program '
Baptist Church. During the their lives this week. no letter so Tine. Jan and Hal Baptist .. \ Thf *taU> Of Florlitrt. ..'....k.. rtorlda.Andrew 15 minutes of ChrUtmsj ,1
The.yhave
evening service he showed Mr. and Mrs. Grant Roth been are hoping' this Sunday, U the First Baptist Rev J. D el al l Kinpundeule.To J I IH.fce..... P. i) Bo. music bY the Chapel Choir.
hummer are back after spendIng "baby-eltting" with Thmate' ()If Florida And ,n. Ljileo. Hntler, Florida' _I. ..
slides on his missionary workIn several their' three grandchildren rorl'f'rt.11m.. of JnIBill Bowen. pastes' ; Ralph Cope- I ", ... \ ....1 rr."F ttwn.p5. ....... and a narrative adaptation of
Nigeria. / weeks in South Their daughter and eon-ln-lnw will be home for the. holiday. land organtot. Taipaji-ia. i-itl, ..... And Other l>.l.d thla .th day of .He.eee the Nativity Scene from the

The Lottie Moon feting Fla. Marsha and Ralph Roy"t..rMve from college Washington, Worship services. : Sunday llavlnar cinlmlna-'' Any 'U."",. I fter A ft ISIS frorlrfa.II at HtarkeBadfaril Gospel of Luke .
nunty.
Title or Vtitervel In I'rnperty' To
goal Is (19000( Membeies let'sget them with n. IX a to.. 7:30: p. m. [tnurserjo 1* SIP I/S The program U presented
'...... presented anew c.Mrs. He Arti..I t fly The I h..a are By _
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busy and make this pos .Y9. grandson and at latent reports !'. M. \\'. (our own Mar \'(' n]. Wednesday.. 7:30: p.. m. The .-..isnt.. n, Bradford. Florl I lolntly bY the Religious andi
sible. : Baby, Is fine; Parents O lon I Winters has.. had gunats Sunday School 9:41: a. m l I.tt.l: I>f II 1.it'M> nao leFt lIn..... Of c %l I. r..M nm. <* Education Departments of the
I" I of Ornnlr rnnl
Th' Heard
There was a Urge attendance INDIAN'. BEACH K. and Orandmn and Grandpa from Adams Tenn. In her (Inunery openl. Training Union tndbtiNtit"'..11. nlurty i Hereinafter ltea .,1,bed. < ir More T'' 'I *>'lt' at a supper: Tuesday are Improving every day! Con. Jacksonville home. iMrs.: Winters 9.30: pm. (nursery open]. 1 lie Afftr' .1| lr% Aay. Way. There. . .. III receive riKMeealxl R N. Tomllnson and W E.
night at the Ellam Baptist gratulations to .the whole family. : her mother, 'Mr.. Lillian b.... at IB" ,, MIk .. 'a 1 Barnes, of the Education De ir--
Church. ( Take Santa Fe) Burchett CatSclie I brThe ntuiof, Florida' '' Ifcrovfththe mernlaa-, of Jaanary 4 !5544.
her uncle. Lurton In the rnurtrooea. .M tie < ounpMiite. part nt.
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II'' A' rney of the MlahthJlirtlrlal '
Sunday. Dec 19. at 7:30: p. Mrs. Jack F. Miller Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Turtlee Abxhlre (I..honmany of you St. Williams Fr Thomas .. Cln-ult$ ef soul'. ",.... rwr the followlna' The public Is Invited to ..U I
m the Choir and th!' Adult's have had a letter from their will fondly remember as"Unk" Kelly" priest in charge; Mrs. and. the erviil, |sro f>... .v0 userS (ealnnlna Thin 'hi" .faaeary will He ftoe 4. t I1 the***.year an4rndiaa tend. DON'T WAIl
will have a Christmas Pro ...................... ) ami! their guests Mrs.Edna B. A. Lamm ocganLst.Masses tainayera. cbttaenM and ..I".'. ts..iwher It. 1444.
mm Airman "Chuckle" Patdee.He : Sunday 9:15: a. m .hatrlno .'r ,.''ml.. .nr rl'.hl 1, T".. hl<> will b* eoBeldrrml. a.
gram. The entire family is Invited. Well Ho! Ho! Ho! to Is in Hoi Viet Nsm Traughber and Frank title. In' ,,,, l l's' inbo I
you imng" slosh S to 5:30: m. each Sat <>r property a !>.*< .... ..... ts' an* meet, MtTIPvnrlftrallme ',",
Cotutns were down Sunday' to p. .rr-,'trrt hy the 1_.......-. bjrth
all thin week! It's Retting to which Is the vicinity of the I. Keaalar flaenllneI I M I I.-1.
Tuesday at 7'30: p. m. Commission inspect| their cottages. The urday. .> ....n" of Rr.. "'.,". Ftttrhla.of r>lel Fuel Nt" t hISS A.
be that time of know aventeeinth Chuckle T: TOO
Meetings. and Offlcal year you porell. latter four will all return Inter Novena ajvt Bnnedictlon th- "iVrtlftralee, of lnd.4>tdn S M.t..r toIL l"aJ. l... In II (. All .er oee areaee nil. s tAT
nn.l as the March Hare mlttMlOllY says the weather Is. miserable Monday 7:30: p. m. >->e hrrelnofter, more aartlet- quart aaaa aatff I" aallo.idrum. t ....... fe .... It*. i valtaei
s Board Meeting will meet at even In December and he is kept quite bimy The to spend" 'the winter ,tony d.ei ribrd. or ttt .be affected Motor ell w itl m_t : and SI ..1..... 4......, nrlottrtrele
the Methodist Church "You're Intel! fora Pnrdee's uMnrshrelnbrnted month. Mrs.. Hurrhett and hf'rbrolh..r. _InterdernonlnallonalI In any rev _,...r. ere hereby API _n.W. C1$-lflf. .ttonr ...! eweS V Il Before the little wnman gets on
you're late; younger son r..|i>...... ... apinMtr, nefbre IheOtrruit >M available '.IAN: *red- I l I... t. slas ispecItw.t'.a'a' I I Jeer each alnit the hnuarbe.
Mrs. Paul Watts is recuperating Important date", 110 his nineteenth birthl Mr. Abxhire are nwnlOlklnlC' *Community Church Dr .. I.8 W ihmua-a 4eV. n< |
very ,liuirt of 1I..It..M 5'.Unrl'.FI"rlsIL 8. :If.''' .._ Or__ i iIS I. cold and d ratty...brfor.
at home" Molrose Methodist hurry. hurry hurry lv>n't you I dny l this week a1l1O but lct'gnot their home In Terms V C. Ho t. mInister: Mr In She Klahth': JuStlet Thin IHI k I. to meet re- IK .......1._. awl 13Ib to iMrk. in _you'reup
a after ee. Mrs. Burchett hAIl t'trruIt of .1.1 11\... at theI ol''r.mPft'| of .nakaeopevatiaa r<.alalaer* your ...gg:
parsonage surgeryat Juxt* love this season of the tell Uncle Sammy. A Itt, recently George Canov organist .. _.... 1....
I u'urt 11...,_ In "..rk... Pird, .. under _.el. T All :Vn S rues and K.r..- yourself _. eti"rmwtltduow
c Alachua, Oencrnl Hospitallast year and If you are like me "Happy Day" to you. Marsh., i retired from the entering" buInejut *-" Sunday School 9:30: a. m '.. the. 5055 dci'. or n.._...... ..'--..... .. It C. Tksa acne .. h* Mptaral ..1_ toe out of .. ..-p.. tlf\.l
week. Heir Watts' father. I in Mass. ail la to m*.< .........._.. ', __ ........-. ,< '
-you are up to HKKK In making Little) Mlm Lisa Miles' called Boston Morning Worship. 11 a. tn I its, at t'10 oVIrtrk I*. M, a...t the ( ,0.10 A. 0-C4A stud get .... up j,'.
t I for MilitaryUea epeelib--. _.... ..
Scott Watts Is enjoying an- your gifts but it only and had to be brought\ homefrom Arthur "Lucky" LittgerM. son INuysorv open both, hours! how rauee why the prayeve. otthe M I t.4IIM feybib Ctl.le a fI..4 C.satv PI.slt JailTh oa rl! Juet. cut with ahean. and
other visit in sunny Melroae. makes. for more pleasure. school this. week. She had I Danny ami daughter Doris peutkm' '. eh'uld filed, ,In the boo .aboV.pr"sfis ....- natput dteeol ea-r..orraabraeo mim imtmt M n..t
and Rev. and MVs.\ Winkle. It la not to down -Fpt o..1St. nIL It ...aU also trees .IS. presess ..55puce ; hold IN heatkeep, 0t'I
n very happy a severe case of this "virus"that were from Jacksonvilleover ..!. .n..01 l the Vrtlflatea$ of la .. ;
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moot the Raauifa.tuiV'Irecmuiwnd. .0 .......,.... .SClew.at cod..aavf1optn4oesfui4I
blech parents" of Mrs. Watts, put on record l this. work hat seems" to be making the I the weekend. They came Anne's! Rer. W. W ilehle are temporarily away from ".. A. Wallace Is on the mmul roiuxiM.' Mont allot the children l. I to Inspect. their premises and Wor&Ull. vicar; R. G Cope- set tbe pro.-ee4lnae. .....t.( .... I 1.._''..'. C... i 1h14l.4.L'S W eryilat.rl
had aiithnrltlna-' *' lamia" 4. Motor oil la ..... ._.. foe 7"8"
rmr 24qMat Ik right
fleaFil
their home In Melbourne again. He kt horn at but but in the nelghnorhoml ejth- gather a bit of our good old heM organist.Morning .h......, ret"...'p... .54 ressfteess'd.eIstd >.... and U aallo* C.'rae ret-.. say r ah*... while visiting In Melrose\ for null raiiMt take It very eoay "er have finished up their s. n- wood greenery fur use in theirChrUtmas Prayer! and Sermon Cemnv.'.* of Tu........Jaat .. ** .\. ISA R15V. I lksh9Ogaqse.LA4IM.O.1wIPi4 .... .. ,. )Vri
the! holiday The'aUut'f'a are no jrUd toI I fences with same or are wnawaittag > decorations at home, and and. 4th Sunday. t..,inaditoil. January, I. IMC vlre (",._ M "M" H A D Ctvrli .,: I Jca1cc.r .
.iii-Inc, tnt..q, at A rate. or O available I It A EOrade ,;aEAf.)
I Women Society met Wed- I a.>. home nn.l are, looking for. I *.1ouely ( ?) \their "'. enjoy, our "annual hoi- 9:30: ., m. I inuranrj1 open >)> ,At,. !,_ d'u'".-_l upon th4. lt" W th .''tab 4<" 41 1 I. It It M i


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