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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03664
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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II I Official County Publication Kstablishcd In 1S79


I:i i VOLUME EIGHTT-SI-X STAKKF. FI.OK1I TIU'KSIHY. DEC. 10. 1964 M'MBIR; TWENTY: .MH'K l ; $




I Morgan Named Director 4"J J


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: Job Corps Proposal Rushed t It







i For January Deadline





', lv Work H i being:: rushed on the formal proposal for -

I' a Job Corps Center in I
I Training the Starke area in

order to hare it in the hands' of Washington! officials Four TeenagersGive

the first week i I 'uiiilr. and. .l.vlin.. l Ilunydrl| ,wed l{rt .lulnrr lcliurd

Harmon p. 'i f''i t Murder Case .li-iitlMg, \liii-hiiii. { .,mutt,, iiirthnii.. afire 'trial Cur .....r.

ford tendent County of 'I' tr Confessions ilcrlittlni.ovlllo **iin plioli. tit r'llillr: l>>>j o 11s. f h



: to retire serve In In January an ; : I 'J.iI' 'To 26 Break-ins Pair G 1 M i

city until his Found u iJ

ulatinz in ".' : I \'{ .
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mal proposal I & Four teenage boys,, two 14. \\II

submitted to : ,' .: one 13 and one 16, confciun-d'! I Ito '

within At a the meeting next' ; ,, !ii rt1 t l l'CJ" to Staike police Wednesday But Given { \
a total' of :M) breaklna and Mercy
Corps ., robberies In recent weeks ant
OhimrtMT of 'I II
some! dttttiiK back more than
.
last Thursday / r two years, -

I i program to( serve here as ', n Pollt-e Chief William\ P Itos- j I ltol">t>.it 1.11 innr Joiner, 23: and, I John Scott \Damplor.) kill" tin- pistol. slid foil i ul It. ('ul"t'V\'r\ wits. ahot. I>irlnit, \'

ment from the Y t t" sir said yesterday the boy 21 were\ ronvlct l of first... tli-Krco' ,+ numlor in the April nil.11I1I the nig Lit bcfont tho cclim : I..
I were taken Into custody Tuesday Ainu I nilMinu ftII small\ Wiry liuve by CuliMpiwistore "t ,.
ent's office, at Martin. Whltten. ..tr'Srid" reprmrutatl r ;r''" at approximately 6:30 21 olnyinR of It. T <(Cul< |> |p.'r>| In un nttfini'U-tl' '' hoKlup I Joiner '
: p i tiniisUtur in.ltn\ iwnrd l lMis hJ (wivn'ttl tluies,
such' tlme.s. e, I I..* |ph't l ..,.... placement
Morgan\ ran said be i merit t.. :Mary. Kiln': \\ttrriin fur her Interim 1 the alley between the Florida illiv The guilty verdict. return-i' U\llIi'lt'l., ; aunt, the riullo! A ,previous psyvhlaUUi siwtnlnatlon I

establishment' he BertlrtHi. during the firm ,nit month I Theatre Anti the Shoe Hark ed. last" Fitdny" in AHohu.i i' lain. I turned ovci to pollri by of Joln r indicated' & I

of the proposed and. (of IDA!. At !fort In .Mr.. June N. (hniman| wq tr Though they would not admitit County tlicult "court carrleI. I I Ia :; ,i m'lvicr "Utl<>n 5tt'octant( that hti I.. "mod rtrly& rr .
until after hour of Interrogation. ToldImportance rrconunenttnlloif of > tanii'd", capwblo uf
Rotary ntvnyIJamolcr's who nlli'vt'dly bumpier' Although
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pave
trr would be a cult job..and 1 / Ros'*r aald. the! boys I & IB yrnr-olfl. < 'wife |\ and abtiiit U worth of r ga dutingulahliiig right hunt ;

to take he 'Marry L. Fuqua new district field. man. ? had broken. into the theatre Connie Loulne. war acquittedThe I lot .it,, was \Uti'UtlfU'il by Mil : wrong his action aro aonidlline --

on such and Court Shoe' Shill Just b-- OfAccreditation Jury di'lllxratfd, four L Cuwart Impulsive Urrport..

time when he ASCS Worker Cited fore they were" cauuht In the and half hours btfonbrinntng
to retire from a Over) strvuuoiin ob| ctu>iv s.1.l t.lit.
airy, In Its verdict at 7 p by the dcfriM Judas A>lklivIMtrmllUd liU. itcnount( of the cilmw!
The !
meeting As Jobs Shifted All four are being' held In I n,. Tdday,, Ko; date was, set. that Introduction/ ofalaternrnta Jolnsr. saUl l that' Dumi'lc

and was attended Bradford bv' )Mr*. MaPI', the Bradford County jail the I for the sentencing of Joiner given by the &thrrt... ""told me to go In and" rob HIM

chief aald. I and Dampkr. and Circuit defendants to mcrs sliortlji tore, IU Mid I had! no ('hol!!'"
sentatives a; Mrs Mary Ella Watterson cxpeih-nce in the ASCS pro- The boys. who only tills J f Jr. do II I'd .t .h"t".
The Impoitance to the pub Judge C. Adklrw ways ft r their arnrt. if I didn't g "
as don incorporators was presented a Certificate of ,',, gram.Mr. week have broken 'Into the > lie school of maintain defense attorneys IS day. tn" in hi* &rm..nL.& .. Joiner' toll. ., Joiner. also .aalii. thlll his
Bslnps i Merit this week by the *. flap, 'those retirement system
Florida Theatre twice the file motloiu for new trial lit the initial. martin of th gun used! tn the robtwry was.
It accreditation by the
Training ) trig *
School ASCS [Agriculture Stabilization was due to 111 health was re
of the I Conservation Service! for 'gently commended for' more Court Shoe. Shop and the Southern AaiMMlatlon of O4W'li'S Although' Jntl"d by l) mi>l''r. who titstructMl -

bowling alley admitted they 1 k Schools' discussed of the actual shooting or d. loon, a small'' oomniunlt! I him to shoot Culprupr -
charter / maintaining a high level orefnl"1f1nI'Y than 20 years of service in the! << war
pending In : administering the of which did a lot of their work in the at the Rotary Club Wedn- Cul' wppter&. the Slate contended l near thus. Oar..la border I'noithweat If the grocer' rvalated"'
In ARCS\ moat
: program afternoons after school becaua &the store.. J.ilre
Inside
i the One
that all three, planned/ MHrUlaJirinrr
H H. Everett i Bradford! she served. office day by T. U Casey, Hupfrtn-
In County time
Zcdra W. : ,I program "we eauuht the devil t Ifl I Iwe trtulent-rlrcl of Bradford armed robbery. together Inht\ ( said. lie ass hitch n'. atatf>meiil con tI nult\l. IIP' I
during the /lllnras of the office manager for Bradford County ,
'
stayed out very lat at 'rtoain& a+ tuklrvf when picked' by IDtM approached Culpnpper. who
\ president' County Hchools. hU argument. up
: O. E. Mrs.. Mildred In another chance tutswffk.
rotary manager, i nltlt.'fha.. 14-yrar-oM ladar.of i Casey said that an on-the- Attorney' T1\:. Duncan: pl...- ..tpl...,.. Me l M>1<4 of v..*"*", wa bchlml, the "......., Jolivcf -
: and ,
C. ,
O The period covered was Marvin WhitUrv who
Bapp.
'
!
I the kli l ,' plrk'ed anila
I group according lured. mpl.lr.'b1U of rhrmigh"setrral tlJ\\'tI. at' tip1 l newspaper
treasurer spot evaluation 1 It wade of th
Other" of 1944 field
I the first six months ha been AMOS rcprrsentatlw -
Chief Roaanr, can luck or that murderous tabs the ''htrnttg. a*. tternplKr and., hilfi a.11... for a park o clgaretui.A4 ..
t Sen. Charley! E. ,' Mrs A.pop rrrtgned' aa off Iti for District e. Inc school every! five year by
I open moat any type of paJ- dUcuMMxl ronblnu srivlc, Cvilpin' rang up lit.sale. -
Aiaorlatbm. the hal controlling factor:
Bcasley. the M
and
Jim I manager effective Nov. 1 and eluding Bradford County, was
'
J In a long has been succeeded' by Mr*. tran f..n-ed to District S. and 'lock ,, of accreillatlon" or dU *credi. -' OampUr' la. a fanner rmplnyg iiallnit.. soul stealing gnsuttn\[ l. Jolitar admlttedlr print
i I I So skilled in this art wa t.r".tr..t fur" shell. car sal. | the gun I and. said. "(hive l lUt III
tatlon. of tits City or<
conversation with June H Chapman of Lake was succeeded by Harry UPuqua
\ H Kennedy >> he put the group on one of Although Ilradford Count drtMrlmriit and null* Joiner. said they .rrl>rrt utlaktrsvllta me. reforttng.. to a pair of \
who has had 18 year*
t City several b.aktnr at Bradford .iCimtlniMd" On I'age 31Hrnnctt .
Ltle.day .In-fur"
.
1 Mlotnnt In the I Illvh Hchool U accredited at hi Job last aurtiiH (Mtcnaiblyto
floe in High School w hor. all four I the present tlm*> Casey' said : move to Central Floridat I

P. J. Novak "All We Can Get"Schools are enrolled/ did not climb in i i the Anaiiclation mad ant ." where" he said 'lie was 110111. Pearson Ini11C11I11IC11LS
f
I I through.. unlocked window: .
I
the ... : I .*n.|ve list of rerommendalions 1 to work on a rattle ranchA

Chamber of -, but opened the padlocks... on 1 only part of which h.v.I I II I i Ma-blight of the trial. waat
Y I doors, Itnsaeradded.
told that .th! Need the bulldlrwi I own compiled. with Ttieee i. >i. IdnnUfVallon of a It:
I of
their entry Lose
During )
fire is ". '! i '',I the unoccupied bowline allfjrMonday / > included ait Improved visa silos pistol' found near Ui"e" )
i the local! i Iliuial education' prorani.furtlwr .
i body of the' slain grocer a*
the boy. I
might be acted I afternoon adruatmrnt In lh. ,, one that waa rntoaliig from

I next year After : ;! i poured motor oil on the floor county tax alrurturra, httt in.. home of Mr and Mr C

I proposal Ia Racing Money shrewd knocked' .bowline handles bail off door an<1 ( and' more. adequate aiuldaitcc! II Cuwart of Hunnrll after a I In Lawlcy Vole

1 be studied in th"Ban'I. the and. .. rounding of aludrnta; ....!k.nd hilt by the Ihtmp >> [
,
atvura ell over
bowling
: office for about <<' I Nor. 'teasiUH of fails and In- I *r* In the ('V'rh ", v
Kennedy. said << A reluctance/ to give up any wary It was reported hat floor tore up candy and drink Austrlsl. aria bailer. undr. .
I 'i 1 Th Cowarla ldentlfled. fir .., bonka I 1.1
and left the build ilrn- igUtfatkm
machina "
.n' coon Cawley
: IrR-umrwrit
I the local group of It. share of race track one driver sad Men Klven ; landing. of economtc' bf all Two ,
,! to Washington I funds and perhaps a need for ad-iltlonal short rout ."'.11'I' hit covered with pepvr. this .tut rnta. m r..nd _tier : gun l.ft ., the murder, seem Were dl,,,atn| .In t. *tvrlnellon 113: .. wilt'

I ence about the a larger aha,. in th. reel "hi- that some of the oth.rdrlwrs chief said books and material In r..J a.. one thai had bn giver \ Tuesday\ whin H W The tow Ouunelltmen)

I uary. I j ennlum was voiced at Mont r Mml I..J. has r.r.,lvlngadiJtlliiaail '' A liat of brrakina by the ll,h. a Una-uage l lmrtory .lo &them ratty IhU year hnailer I P'suer I pau.tl.. pulirt Nt lake',oft** al 'IM r.eulsrmatbW .

Novak was, told 9 t days mating of the BradfordCounty pay, !14-ymr- id rlrm loader alon< with earphones 'fire ettlnmilhr 'I II "' County.. Mhoriff hams I j I hllh""*ot" ., '197, to win one on tli. 'livid :Io1'lnd.

there are no Hrhool (Lard Member Hwtn.y Hall aug ]i i i moat of which orcun.d ...lth.I "* and hand ralla' for altatalrwaf am*. amt f), K:. 'IO n* | year| In JamtaryIl4rtiai .
llrvufc Arewrdlng" la: lit'C4rwsnte l4rm'r.U
b* ,,,,1n the peat three week. include awn. wets .... "wor cwtnrtlsy44 .. ..tl U. .a Irurk
posals from The disntmlon arm from grated th.t a Joint" m..tlag *. Itnm rcotxHnlrsliving << 1. twmtrleve" 0tf11eM ... rmpbty. by
of the Starke area. an Invitation by the Bradford' h.M with drlvvr lo taffy *: and dining room area. al their" horn for a ......ft1 with a vote Csmpany, ,
to ..Url.. tlmral' also rasher Iiryaol r list '1M DuPoill
I H
"geographically County Hospital Board ofTrust. policy with rprt, florid ThraUe and nvtdorn Ixth, wIN on Maliifdar. 'In mid f fA ..
.. 7
location of a ... to attend a mellngTuesday ) Th award, voted to aantgntho .<< Court tUtne Mhov, HtadforiHbiri ': and dryer brltrr slower. (tart.IUIr. | nl, They altr' .eI! until Monday .. <.IM.. .. wo third man itii/ ;

Dr Kennedy ) night tn regard. to anew ( transportation of a f.wfnipiia HchoolA" Boiidin for glils. and eilrlaredoutdoor (owtnlng mitt. afi.r l>>*yUM ..*.*). and Warn*. ,Vlauwr. */>

I application from formula for dlvlaton, of aUtng the "bike root flits gym, mark nnnmtafr': (vn,, rt* forrdifcrallnn ph'.1 .Mr swat Mid. h* wmlo Oilier. tfliminnl rail i fmirtfi' Bradford Film :'

'-Ion of th* I tae arproxlmauly' $JV>ooo in out "t Lawt..y to an IndividICnntinu eaftrU and school roomslOwttinuvd ""' rUa.. mntt spare' : the| dale. drawer when he with !. I".aile Itiiliip. .. who' "
.. .| (Id fit:
j turned down \ racing teals now turning to .d On Pav 41PrrtioUnary f>n fas' 11 _lOnntiau.d: 4)0'ass. It ,hf We kBMjy> *
i ( nit. a* uii..."| 'a'l 1.a. tr,0'ruuCleli. |I
i plan were ,, Bradford County annually, 11.11141i.r 1 / 'Iotlel* .'ItnII ''Shown On TV :
( Board Warns
elaborate and e i I Snpt H. .f Morgan t rm Hospital
MM that. ; "... tontra 1 the pnifvMiKi mtltic A
Mu. .hal M. ,M .1".1.1.
> \
1 In Krai ...rt..* of Urn." statute. that the
,. County f.I bt-It\tI
_.I* r. 511041U ft ''''
whir' was 'sft0C*'
I Poverty" :; I only' tun anything earn .b* fundsrattM ,' rcfaetd !ti. tau' that, we'. "'4rv-fU" "i| all oval the gnunlryi.rr.uah "
to..b. Will Need Slice
I .4tmlr onn* .ahuut Cye on 011" \ mo iy U at the .brarlng n iw"1,. for by the ItradtnflAuthor. '1
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At the .*... : local "lgUto' >lon tkt, will IMIk ------- -- 1)Mo\r.a. -

day, Da. Branch ; ,: .Wl prior t. u-. 1M5 -..(.... Jockeying for CannUakars.e Jerome JohJM! ., Ut.l lieu It could >..*'.1"'" OWe am sal Court rtsrruy sty

ewe firm of \ We n...i all IM rrt "*y w. I ptmlttona M be Mrnnlal) i.f. praised the hu vtial a. on* oftb 5 how M fwd t/or .....
can get bole wa.t .>(>p MU. Julusrl' Mrll Denies Writ br J.*..a ak4Mw5n<< oa C'Nkt.ll

Decal l County's rtumJa'membr pU.* tue*day| night when th- If and ...... The rvjatrd win I the IMI f.,..*iaftlve"' w' .'. who. ("..ld.d si file ace -r..arll. NatuettorrA the dM-..

H A Utwaon tum- Bradford. Comfy I ..OOIItt&JBo enoprrato. .ttti you IM p rrnt km UM> atrWan forrnuUaM wee ..fc..v Mid. U.. (batty' Cnm. In Morals Case Irtbsrilnll. ..."*' ...,. hand n TV

niChr p15e1tM."Any. .r4 served notk on Uir .,-4>u4 don> t ... IM lo II'. .* rhaneed to gut> tb f>- ;: anagoi. ur-t. ., UM tens- .**luwv wales .hv. shown

ffxwef that we gave. ether a._>e that It eouMnr4 It 'Iraro trace undal all up r" M/trnenl" Aal/wwW 1)s. fast the Resassal Skrafd .was .lM UM /film *lf<_ it w a. r.t**>..(tM

up wouM .hurt. cor rHot4 prr,. a .ur_4n the a'Wxor rrfiBMiMiaua u. m that. nofla $11001 in den Tr... f..s.t. na4 from ....,.,." 'ins '..' ( _7 Jwlra. T A 1..1'1M.4 WarM .

grmm.- Mores. ....., -t><.Mtfar4 C\\lMlner r>lr ,.- l/ak f.."d. that Wx C raa.l*' IM ,...!*.>! at'4ah.. .Wet I *
tAt what 1M4 a.rp.a.1 l.usvat*"'d l i coming t > to ttur aawxMK IN .b..*(4lJOuld /.l the hell f t .*.. ..... ''' ...,. wowM.. ,. awvm* n. ii....*i*. i iI41Ky itn -.Lt u.... tturi M. .Pal'r'w anduriw.. a* I.l million"

SHOP! AT M I..J".1 I County rant a.lpet. Br dtar.l Count .n-U x004 bat t* -, IM latn all need that aa awnt Ie Mthid.A <**. the ............ I ru has 4.isl.d "t..w.r.. and Ih* time eow( <51mare

\ lwe.. A&. Kdax. >no>ia). ha.Ct 4 I I.ctID ,.,_hft 1j14 b 4risww .w4t I VM 101wo.s ttCb .... .rwed4 BM4. fWMNTMi. SamMII I i writ W l ohaMtlon. Iliad bti I I ,in<*n tivOflO)
At pr.vmt th* Ariinu niMra4ot Mold that Mar Wow for' the M.rf*i on (tales, Hkiiei mint U>* |"' the. fwu 1 Hlorwrr* tor M.''_<> U WIt Thai Him .rilUWd. "Mr.".

Store Bo.r4 &. grttlxe; M P** It..... e.wsmrwethon of the **rw addttioo kral' InriataUon Mwl wlj Ma tttt'-f l Hraa>4 TIM ,..t Owli .. (1- wmtkt. tw willi"1 ifl pn ., .IM "i...rifo4 turf *uh "u.i1V ....... rtwrWU. a Fnut tb454n.CsraMy .
/ at ail rare tr*** ..nnyb rara .. toe VI.i I.*. 1 *- .... .4 ..... .........trN4 ia'Isads'w asouMl It jf1fJ
"'" dowMtn* UM Iwd capacity l4 pr+*r +* .. lM 1,4114 inset .4 a'tdaesdaya >g t* rae. M.f? oaths Ir..e.1tba of th. bnopttal. UM V*' "Utlr. a*....i If* Uur s..1M.srated fMd aM tM fktsust wIt.' cold. .. r tlwa/ruar... I seal *0* pad for IW Im ....",...
., tJM ae.t "S Mot .. 1 the ewwast ..... Yews su/ Ire 4550 ,ft iui.
t_ lo4 KM not 4Mt. .Nv.rd 1110414b4uetwa i All gnn.{.* >.(a'..n' .| In .ItC"y" "
< & ...n. .1NdI is Ass$4.4 1)0. .*d tier br b* tat. the ayrd'rhoet. .. .. will. e.**' fnr trial r.)0"" **
., prvortlarvat M MM thal91. gf*... ...& u. .met/r'. se4 116 tr'. nestteat In M*
: OUt I. Uoe .........4. o-.t ortal Marl avrstine al _*- Ilia**. stereo' .4Af <>.<*>..< | *4 aMk .n .._. .i_, .."'ur'. sad. rs'M1, Cowdwkw W11I7I'. .I. I MM. Uw film I M. .Mtwrtufad" leI
Friday7gbt. 0.-109'1+ A.t....,.y, sad, .. ..... .. I4 w W rvtor to Ml. UM 'l. .oK.1 i .. ...... In Jen'M/1 shown on IT oinvr TVt
: Lresa '5. .....ll le n. .ibr* a* ..... ...*.. *,.. see '. ... .* .Brt..f rd ell no
ISMhe .. t%. IIAotf'"'I cea.atyrsil for She..u.aw.. w Wea'it4R ....... bad to**. rinn ../. 1.... .. srw.... H. wadA t *f ID\.* 1.n4.. -W Mat. o,* oauonn WfWPe. A *..>.. law. files t "Uo I "e bofore hit end of Ute

for Yew ...grtaMR'w otp read a (nruon .* rust lit *** an ten Heat --.,., tats "iaiee.liIbe eM1d swill UM krussisN5. 10.1 J.- awW. i/lel t 1 ,..,.
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..t.... IM D ednia..at p0 .lr. *<* r na. 4.111W r..... enaailnc I* ft>*4for-4 .egwsiI .. .Q *wM .104.114 It 11.14. ..,.* etasawe *otUoMttCwMrxr .. !

....,-dy 4..yber'. I'. Mst brwtdt.a. ril.oetd1 CtesrM, ...b peat Al. Uk* l IMIn R...n.49115.... .4 4.', 1R/rwa .a ."'. Court/ trwntfm II I RUaurUrrv'
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'Ira aesrd ., s.7t+o"odtwa Cbrrtrkah't,. Iii. g''.a..d to sH'. Uw "' .. II 6' .. .. *
,I 1044 tvwl4we'Yw. el iMWfcn. 'IIMI we woseid. n> *) A ..*..*traM BMS. .... CA .tfWM **-
64r.. ..B Ororat.. wt.aw wow asl..r.. e** I* UM HnMt County WOMr J Rlchar4 Ed..a.1d. .
.. end f.* i
have paate aJM. t>*>t of SJMao* IfMH > < *> ..... the esw. was dnl.l brJu'lea *
"ltey' ta.rvo .... .ear, M. l. aaary. eaid that b.* had rtiiKtsnoMiM AomorMr be M/ .. K.*.* eaar* M..e Ieb/eslsd.. 141M"'d." ...... Y.wa ..+ "a who war. Shod. liftemjniy

T1aJa rtesWstakty I en-u .......,4 tswtwag ....... 4w-s4. tIW... WKMUba (orIk pea'stMA .,.. ..e.t1 .not l..... UM JftrBMnl( .Notd. -W 1a4 101...... ..41'11wvunssiia'1a + a. lot. lc,..*M>r *Mark<1111 outt Ual week. 104I
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: te tI'7' -. 4tar laY4. n c1.or-l- m .,...1 M "*t. M. sty ., Its. word rts.Nar W E: n.101011( foauttn UjMtMnvUV Nuvnwl1W' % bear sail on Uv
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..... I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pack- Houpt Home Scene I the highway but Joiner ran Rainfall Hits

IJ I Ir ham of Jacksonville. were Sun- ., :r rv wre : Pair Guilty I out into the road and blocked

J day vlMltai'i of Mr. and Mrs. Of Holiday Os path. 4% Inches

r Ed Prevail "I was scared to death,"
Meeting Of U.D.C I
Mr, and Mrs. Tyler Jones Oi MurderContinued Dampier said. Us intended to '

the weekend with A 1 but j Another wet week
spent + leave Joiner at the scene I'
Member: of the W. T.I I
: friends and relatives In Valdosta his mind and took I Bradford County free of 1 1I
MOOTY changed
at' ( One I Iclcth
Mme. Weeks chapter, UDC met From Page
Ga. P when he i I fires and brqught an avcj
Phone 964-0651 the horn, of Mr. C. J. Houpt: him to the hospital j
Mr. and )Jr.. H. A. Lawson call ( Wednesday afternoon of last bags filled with coins, saw the wounds the stag of 4H I inches. of rain' over,

were In Lake Wales on Sunday which, Culpepper told him, to ment sal ;',county in the week enj
week for their December:: ,
.. If. Slade'attended Mr. and Mrs Jo. I take. Monday New River fire
T. the ,I Among those attending the vUltlng meeting! CohostMKs were I The defense lawyers main-

''':'Iecutboard\; committee I fnnorui of Charles William Jordan and Miss Elizabeth ) Mr, Lex Oreen, Mrs. L. F.Dinklng ". Joiner then ordered Cul- tained that Mrs. Dampier was er recorded 4 90 Inche(

...__:meeting. of the National LPCJA I Chalker of Gainesville, who Lawson of Riviera Bvnch.Mrs. \ and! Mrs. H. L. Speer. t( pepper to the back of th asleep in the car at the time rain: Louis Hill tower

2::"Tin: Chicago on Tuesday.. Ha Is wan burled In Mlddleburg on 1 V. V. Hasan and Mrs. r Th" Houpt home WM: beautifully store where the storeowner of the robbery and there was Highland) had 9 Inches.

.- In Atlanta' Da. on Wednesday I Wednesday afternoon were' 1111. F. Hazen attended a tea dcro-ated In th) holiday : 1 began "scuffling." Then Cul- no evidence that she knew Santa Fe. 380.

.,."* and Thursday: \ attending a :)toil'''. S. U Peek Sr., S. L. I In Gainesville Tuesday evening motif The: rtcertlon; halt: pepper opened the back door what wax aolnu on or participated So far this year there t-t

meeting ot the Committee of Peek Jr., Mr.. Charles Darby,I honoring their niece I '. held a green and gold Christmas and turned around with arum In It. been 53 fires with 342& a.I

J:iOns,. Hundred! at Emory Unl and daughters Phyllis and : Miss Mary Ruth Hazen. > 4'' ..,l".... a tree with gold decorations in his hand according to: Dampier has a record or burned, as compared with j

R veraltjt. Mr. Randy John, Mr. and |I Or. and Mrs James Chace I Ii "' and on the eonsol Joiner statement fires and ,328 acres bur{
three convictions on
"' Misses. "',. Sue Morris: Phyllis Mr: .. J. )f. Darby, Mrs. J. R. i of Tuscon Ariz.! vlsltad their I table was a beautiful gold: i "I" did the same thing he previous during the' same period :

Haddock; and Jackie Hlnes Walnwrlght.- Mr, Joe Wilson. 1: aunt Mr. Etta Hoover, on | I Ch.-lstmas arrangement Inl I did. Joiner" said. "I started felony charges. year

:;;. wlU bt.! M l.4Ieaburg.Friday to\ Mr. and Mrs W H. Sowell ;, Wednesday. the living room was a large!! i i firing:
I
... Sunday'' .to attend a school on ,and Judge and Mrs E. K I flgt. Jerry F3. Lawson of white floor tree, gaily decorated i Afterward. Joiner said he
>' Orlando Is spending this woefi I ran out of the store wounded
youth morals sponsored byi Perryman. i with orni mints ani I
,
the Mothoduit' Youth FollowM I II with his pnrenta, Mr. and Mr. fr '' in the chest and thumb wen' |
\I, Mr. and Mrs. Merrltt Williams ::4' .rt gP Iltttts The mantel was banked ,

ship.V will, attend thq! graduation Ewell Lawson. with white and: gold to Dumpler's waiting car and :,
r4 Grapefruit Mo adoven | Mr. and Mrs Phil Cronk- asked to be taken to the hospital I
.. of her daughter/ Mrs L. Christmas balls. \

A. DowUnf Frpdttnt Market. A. TaYlor Jr. from Jacksonville hlto and family wore visiting 1ii Mrs. E. K Perryman presided | j I

"*. MIsstMsdg.. Middleton 'and University? Monday night I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Myers it I over the business meetIng Joiner said Culpepper's bul i

Mrs: ''.it"" '" y'ratter attended Hw et. juicy oranges. 2ZSfo H in Tampa on Sunday.\ f and Mis. Ii. O. Powell lets hit him In the chest an:? ''

tho Kappa'' pelta Pi ducalion-- dozen ProduceMarket. ":" Chac ,Hardy was discharged historian nave the programon In the thumb. When he left
kr } JJowllng<< Janelle Bullington, Harry Ben Loper I the store throwing his !!
M. al society' in_,(ing at the' Lay from Fort Banning Ca I the "Life of General John pistol

J" Mal 1dni rtstaurant in Jacksonvtii Local admittances to Brad ,, lost Saturday after six months Exchange Vows In Pine Level. ChurchThe B. Gordon"' taken from the on the- floor, the /grocer wa.. '

: % .J. Wadnosday. of lastM ford County Hospital this I training with the special fortes 'i National UDC magazine. lying on the floor. Joiner said :,

week: week Include: Maceo Tlnon of' of >the National Guard. Pine Level Baptist' Ibbon-, ,* ;r Following meeting tea The Damplers took him to i

%. Mr!, HlldnbelU Berico( of Waldo; Mrs. Loin Drlgger of Mrs. Fred Miller and Mrs Church was the setting for al White bridal flower In at- was served from a beautifully the hospital where they left ,I
Vivian EilonfteUl of Perry beautiful wedding on Saturday tractlve..<'arr n*; >menls ,against him at the door and drove on
::: Jacksonvllla i was' Visiting Mr. Lake Butlor;;:. Mrs Elva Mae decorated table which was
of Mrs Nov. 21, at n background of decorated Joiner said ,
2Ji Ebta Ipover:' on Wednesday.M.II.S Scott of Keystone Heights: were Friday visitors evening SI palms covered with a white cutwork ,
o'clock when Miss Lois Janell. the church recreational The wounded,, man was 'apprehended '
,
Cookie P. n. Fancher.
-e (:: Mathws of Mrs Lois Campbell Stecre of cloth centered with an exquisite
Slate College, Mrs. Charles Fowler of Winter Bullington daughter of Mr bulUlfnff( where the reception Christmas decoration by Oalnesvllfe I
?., Auatui-Ptsy: Mel roue; Mrs,Ituth II. Broadway I
"" Par spent the weekend and Mr*. J. R. Hulllnffton became was held. The bride's .table large( police less than an hour after.,
ClafksyUIe-, l' Tenn, will 'isr V* Mr*. ,PaUr Grlfns, Mr.. holding an unusually (
a*., Friday; for, the holidays.. Harriet Norman Mrs. Lnulse with her mother Mrs. R. A. the bride of Harry Ben wnn overlaid with a floor white and gold candle surrounded the killing aa he lay to the I

..Jjj Mrs. y. f*. Rogers of Jftck0 Sails Grlffli, Mary Stisnnne Thomas, who is 111. Lopi, son of Mr. and Mr. length white brocade satin by gold angels. At hospital. Culpepper was found 1 I
J. H. Fields\ was visiting U. H. Loper. Rev. Roman Alvarez cloth. In front of tho table and dead In the store about 6 0'-I
Mrs.
:. sonviUf 'I i la spending .this week Burton Mrs Penrl (CU'lfll urn! the base were gold silver I
clock the
) next .
_. with Mr. and Mrs. Menlitmi Mack Colunwn, all of hark. ),fro and Mr*. Robert Tanner performed the double- wan a heaytlful arrangement white sprays.: The chandelier morning.Dampier's
C the week ring nuptial of vr"" \UHtif' bells, whit ronrttes statement sought I
in Baldwin over over the table was decorated
a WUtll1tJ1. .. Bert Newcomb of Marl ton. to
bad place the blame
,. Co\\ < and, lire Harold Wall N. C. spent Friday night with end.Mr. The couple repeated vow "mall streamers. Atearh with COld "Starburata" andwhite for the on Joiner I
of St. visited Mrs his and Mrs. Charles Fields beneath an arch of entwined corner of the table wasa Christmas balls and robbery-alaying. Dampier I
Augvstln! parents Mr and Mrs (J.
.... Wilson :" and family of Jacksonville greenery. On either side of the large ....Un bo with a topped with white birds. The' said he tried to talk his Not lost
Jot on Tuesday; Mrs.! A, 11:. McKlnney spent companion out of the Cul! apenny
8 ffewcomb.- the- weekend with her brothers wore visiting their mother, arch were basket of white large w tiling bell in the buffet held a handsoma five I
.
Wal-. | I. II. and K J. J. Ilasnn InOrlnnd Mrs. O. W. Whit flr. and Mr.*... gladioli chrysanthemums. pin center with whit Itrer'mpr. branch white candelabra held pepper Dampler's job by offering, him
pistol to .
:: do Is I a patient in Doctor'! !). J. II. Fields, on Sunday.Mr. norhlo pompoms, stock and I A four-tiered wedding cake r up by a cupid and decorated said Joiner took the pawn. H I Since 1934 when Congress established the

ter, HoopitaLMrs.( Mr. and Mrs Joe Martinez\ and Mrs. Jim Phillipsand mum.. Burning white taper centered the table with a minIature with snowy white patterns of pistol Federal and
supposedly for examination of Savings Loan Insurance
son of Cocoa Beach spenttho In branched candelabra. entwined brldo and groom on top. pine tassels and pine cone Corporation,
::.. T. C. Hill of Gainesville wore visiting<< Mr. and ]Mrs. J, Its worth. and kept Jt.
I. a patient In tho Starke A. Martinez, ; in Mandarin over weekend with Mr.' and with green foliage shod Silver candolabra were used tn-I centered with fresh whiter !' On the morning of the no one has ever lost a penny In insured savings

a soft glow over the netting on either aide!, with shy', camellias.! Mrs. J. W Klnrald ; mur.
all accounts in of
It Nursing :Home. (Im weekend Mrs. Joe Cocomls They dor, Dampler's I statement said : any America's F.S.L.I.C.-Insured
The were marked with compotes holding nuts and silver coffee
paw at the
Grapefruit-, ''* dozen Richard Frye of Lexington, attended the Philllpa family white satin ribbon mints. presided he was driving out Waldo Savings and Loan Associations We are F.S.L.LC.-
tea hour.
... Dow ling Produce Market V. C. .Is visiting Mr. and Mra.ISherrod reunion <'n Lake City on Sun table'wall service during the Road on the way to a friend I I
; Raymond Moody! organist The punch covered Rnjoying: this delightful affair house Insured. and we offer excellent earnings, tool
Y Hamilton. day. when Joiner
ordered
rendered! nuptial mimic as ,the wlrth a white organdy cloth were approximately 25

guests i assembled, and arcom- over atlri"and; draped at the members and guests. him to pull oft the road and ,

I peeled. Miss, Marlnn Green Ides was a garland of green- perk I
I Dampier said Joiner then VUlftt )'OCIIlClYe jifltj j male a di/forencel/ @)
I soloist who sung*. "Be au...," ery Interspersed with gold
:M., r/44'e1o1xe: ; "I rrninUo You" and "The roses. and! streamer The Schools Need i got out of the car and walked ,
back
toward the
store. He
WARDROBE Wedding/ Prayer" brh""" '. book table was covered I denied --

-7 -, I The bilrln! given In marriage with a white organdy cloth 1 I: knowing that Joiner Intended

by her father Was lovely over satin, centered with a, Racing Monies ; to hold up the grocer.
ADDITIONS "I though he
was going to do
: In .a floor length sheath three-brunch candelabra holdIng I
i ,I II it, but I didn't know," he said. First Federal & Loan
dress,, of nngelmkln pear de burning white tapers.Mrs Savings

.. FOR ALLTRADITIONAL sole unit reembrolderml. A Ion- .James Starling.,. greeted Continued( Prom Page One 1 i 1 1I store While Dampier Joiner was said inside he the ,

: I con lare with a ilrtanhahle guest at the door and pre- I 1 fell
: 11.,1. rather than to a bum driver. asleep In the car and was awakened Association of Starke
the I
I handkerchief train. The fitted ented 'them to receiving
j by what sounded
bodice featured a petal neckline line compound of the two I
Supt. Morgan said, "The Uke a car back-firing. He then
embroidered with pearls, mothers, the bride and groom, 218 N. Temple Ave. Starke. Fla.
i bUll started his
driver salary schedule U car and drove onto I
1, and long sleeves l that cam to and matron of honor, ,
; "M! l P' P".M.St! I not based on the length of
F r h .."II--., pyilnt at Die wrlate Mri,.,... Owen; Alyarrs ,and route,' and ,when a driver l
Her veil of silk Illusion wa Minx. Carol Purr cut the bride's
...' take on a longer route he MAKE IT HER MERRIEST
1 .
and Miss Unda
attached to rrown of pearl cake Lop'r
..
: cannot expect to girt paid]I I
She carried, a cnm'ndo bouquet kept the bride's book. Presiding -

J ,y iof frenchod carnation with a at. the punch table were more money.Ve have been' CHRISTMAS YET With
I
pRying a *2O a month
person
white gold< -throated orchid In Mr. Rlrhnri Fullerton and 4ncCa.
tL4 : for picking up the pupil alongr -
0 the center i Mr. Roman Alvnrex. AIM that Lawtey route and A Gift From
i
f Mra.. franklin Starling nrrr- I assisting serving were Miss
It t recommend we go back tothat"
oil a* matron of honor In "I Martha I i j3""on Bitch Mlits.

z 4 u Cr ? o I floor )length dr... of radiant Lynn. Plxnh. Mr, Alvin "Farr Get Off To A
4. Wonderful
I Hall
; submitted Job claiwlflcatlon Start This Weekend With
timiunlae *n>tln. The empire Mrs. Joel Jackson Mrs. B. M.

'err. ,{ e, I waist featured a round netkJ I McRa. Mr. Woodrow TTlom- suheilul tar o prop Fashion Savings Galore Throughout Our Store
; erty management. coordinator, -
:,.. IL' n(? 0 line, lirai'tlet' length sleeve' ,, I as, and Mra. Lucille Brown
"Since Mr. Gibson I Ie mo"lnC(<
1 r:1: and a wlf band that termlnat MtHHcniJudy and Sharon Leper
back Into a
0 supervisory pol-
I etl 1 In a book at the bark. Themulching passed the rice bog*. We Have Her SO NICE FOR
0 j tlon. well be without a purchaser r
& headpiece, a Dior After spending sum time "

0 bow was secured to a blusher I with tholr guests the couple Hall said. Favorite Color CHRISTMASHayne's
t "I wan going to let Tom
'veil. She carried a left on. a weddlcff trip to
'
(Supt.-elect TU: Casey) ub- And Style In
: h uqut of gold pompom with I South Florida and are\ presently
mla. Job clu. ""lflo tk>n,'' Morgan .
gold velvet leave : redding at 427 N Cher-
...Id."It. .
I Tu)'". Pay Bulllnxton. ate. : -y Street Queen'sPants

0 O I Ice' of the bride, nerved a4, ; Th bride" chose.. fof' travelIng part of the Board'* :? !
Seamless :
reaponnlbUlty to outline John .
flower girl and l carried a r' egny -I! a two pier gold fall suit outside of the curriculum' '

of gold' pompom' and gull with black accessories, cont- '
Hull and '
replied| tibrnlttfxthid
velvet leavmi.Rlbert plemernteii' with the, orrhWt HOSE :
'' schedule to< the Board
r rr : llerney attended, me' from her bridal bonquet.. ny-

.' host man and the tuber* I This bride l graduated from I way. Slim-f ims I II
Member W K. fAn
were *''nklln Starling and l Bradford. High<< School finite
I qnetlon the of I I
requirement
llonnle, Thuma. of lHt( and I I. attending" Xfney .- I' Lined +
a high school diploma for the
Mr*, Dulliniton 1'11.t..1' Business College. $150
I purchasing agent 'f All Wool
r her dniighter' wedding<< a'i Th. groom gradnnted i from
"Some do end jabsI Pair
people (
"'- I I i dram of gold brocade' with Bradford' High School! clap I '. Only
that dont have diploma. r
matching. gold cceeeorlei, of IM3. and I III employed at
... ,Elect: rle' Keyiton,, Lawson argued. "1 know morethaa Buy Them By
complimented with a gold Clay, ,

--.'.. N I1GI11111UNORIGINA( cyiubidlum orchU' with fold it""ta. i' ture teachers-the vocational learned agrlcul-It on $$8-00 The Box :

... the farm.
c
i rGlva Mr. and Mr, J. It. Warren, i "1 foutvl this vocational agI -

-:: trftdltlonal tfxciutivi Mint" and 1 family attemled' th. fun- Protestants I rlcultur. people' advice better i

-. him the best of Ute season's ( toallAll0ltNe' .Hil of Mr. Warren's father,. I than mine. on taking soil>] To Fill Her Christmas

attire, lURWvrowN clothes by Merit. ..,_. ..._ tor _. MI'- John Manning Warren I I" Lack Unity ample. and fertUl4nT. and Wishc Give
other thing. ." member. C. A.
These are suits anil. sport coats such ns he Ne" -= Hugh Springs on Friday at. '
commentedThe
I S..wa a. 'ICbntlnUt'd Sapp
rwM OrnelI
tern>M>n.IT. From Page LINGERIEBy
a... prefers authentic in every styling de"I..Led. .w". .. Me. ...... .g.a. ant Mr A. 3. Barry end l {I Bused a.Juurn| l. hidwas ..
.. ...., lie wsy.isr" era -. I p .wir' of the Ftrrt MMhodUt recalletl Into session. when

tail with a special distincthrenesa: faintly were visiting Mr. andMr Church Buenos Airv",*. Arne a tvpreeentaUv of 4 he fltat'
W N. .Newberrr
Barry in -
::" rained through truly creative design reflnements. *- cf11': pCii over the weekead.Mr. ttrtn. Dr. lunkln' U aim D(*-.t Auditing Department: .m".... S VANITY FAIR

. tom" trtrt Sup!.. .""
; select and Mr, Olen ruillnger -
Trust our staff to help
you for the. Board of Minion In i I *U to 1 leave as the auditor met

.::.. wisely as to fabric, shade and model. And .hive" returned to theirhorn that kir briefly with the Board.
In Ht. Tarle, Ohio after
.e..w --- n. told the croup UM I Gowns $$5.95
a4 .
apt Morgan Mkl later the Up
remember, we' guarantee to fit\ him to his .- a nwtitlt "lel're." .. I ,
I then ate.r,. very few< pcoehurrrtm elOMil mating w. rnutl_. In { .
Mine Mextlut' Saaan Bitch
:: complete satisfaction. .saint In ArtenC ..C'CONa.It" the eustotnor '
... wa ,In Tamp rrktay with this p .
e tI"a, the auditors meet will\ Slips $3.95 Up .
_ .. .Wealing team of IH* lit John Itev Rotten R4dsoe! JaetwyeeL'1e tb* board at InvervaU.Accreditation.

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From Hlver' Juaiur ('surge, (>nf"nrnr Chair.
: Suite $59.95 Blazers From
29.95 Mla )._.. Lynn lUynea.tau in*". IkMitl of CvaiVfVlbwnMr r

". .atr of P,. and )I..*. OL. % >d) th aced for IrwllrMtnl PINEIIURSTMATCHED:

-.; G1FTWORTHY ACCESSORIES IN THE llarnea. wa oa* of 1SCam > rva.lhen to the d J-* -

|>u. ntMatle*" r r.nlvaelected I ga1M. /Is Important SETS

:: TRADITIONAL MOLD at WUh. .nM C.r.yCanes Other tweets taehsdel l sir.eh.r4a ,

1- ta lUtlWUHtnt. Mia T. Tl\rin. Jr pr...laouthm (OwiUnued From Page Itrer

::- Dress shirts in this t They were pr en4eO la a dent of Fiorkt (ohahd Feminine
most ante ..
r .,Y panuK. and Ike Se.imitate. -. Rev Ilueeea Cs- erlmr' cUMmam: and an
:., Newest styles note in tine neckwear from 11.50 .
> t* be announced !. tar-. lupt Vfor ito M th rttrtChlMrvn' adfakmat s. chop .H Sure To Drlisiht Her(
CG..le! i favorite In fine h.
_-e w iory .from fl.OOSweaters t.?. will b.* freXured, In Ut* Ham klot Die.rpi... Casey *..U that *rh* 4 *
e union In latent' knit, color and styles) from f 10.93!) amMki yearbook. Rev. Joha Srabesses pacer elate wcraM &.. to..... the-

' .'': Glove are high in fashion favor, and our selection Nweet.Recent. joo6r y .e.s._ sae ad"era UM hoM ffrurHv prtrilWn IMopt the type: *f arhaolao

:: is excellent --- ..from ':!.9g ,...--. 1Tedue.Name a""a.tlon .per. Staw sum. Uwy >" ."lreand eoeri..>e r

e ... she h. p 4 with U>* Con that a etUarn coeMMHte* b* tMi&.

.. f frtw.. *ntf p rtftQr> 10 the _..... N k_ k ekee IiIMrta M .

.. e Birth Wbotrn See key or Ckrt+tlaa with Ut*> athooto and mak

-" Pn1oM. aM OuU4 to p...'es.. rastNlons for i>....d !n- 11'isaeetertatel. .
0 Mr. a4 Mra. OkarW' turnerof .
c (loss. farmer It...... "trcg..d -.tae t ,. st't.Ntr -a let*'.tMM>U true .-. laTh Of CUUFar

,... Jent*. aanaunr* tIM "Wrtfcoa .< ...., La4ift[ ABM Cetttkwea

S ,. volt Cre c"t",. .s 1'01.' ...... qt/ atTTtCORrH. this *praaer was iatrwtarvdT IM

STAHKrVS FASHION I.E.UICU: Etc Cart MIR*. OUR
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ill n! ,'''a I /I. '. H N It
'." I ." t '"r I'' I I I. ., i ,,, till Voca
Class Of 1939 Recent Birth i'tJ oK.im' : >n Masons To Meet
.. ,''II I I'',", ; H ,i'',! "o'1',\ "I'or,\1 \ non t t > 1 cult ,,' Program
u
Holds Successful All, 'i"d' t tQ's: in' ui -, I' .I..'i'"' ,Ii i .I I''i, : ,,: : ,": .""t'd:, *' bv two members of December 14
hI' i :i t
Reunion erne II''. of Jarkvonvillc aniMiuncc Bradford Chapter. Pr'sl-
Saturday used" i 1 Lodge No 35
the nth of A duugMf ,", FFA Chapters Dilly Orlne.and, Stat > Oiiidrord
I land i F Ac A M. will meet Monday.Dec .
9t Vlneent'ilnspohl. Wei-
Twenty-two members of the in i '\ Champion
Hear ooll I .14. at 7:30 m. for ( lec
Huggins : p.
GLADYS :1100TYPhone Bradford County High School 'ill |!nindMir') swine : Johnson \
graduating class of 1939 at .arts a"1.! : Mr. T. 11SMile \. I .t.'K: th.//I lion of officers for the com
964-0651: : County Agent George T M'rl l \ i "': RIGHT PAINT:>> lot ing yearPlrsllc
tended the 'group's 25th mini ; "r Snil.Mr : \
'write. t'ome In anil
r HUMKlns spoke Fslilny to a you
dinner and reunion in
versary "id, :Mr* I.i'imniil. VloU. joint meeting!' of the Sturkeand : '(' your. favorite F.STKIt: :
the Pecan Room of the Oar- at thelH.rXltl'M.
Bradford FFA Chnj>u'. Club i fountain prii. TKI.KI : : Notebook $2.20
den Restaurant last Saturday 'y ,cal Sun'lie iiiiMoitnro! thi \' I .K .\ ; .
night This was only the sec
ond :reunion held since 63: ."., M J. A -.:.+ ,. .JI'.J l. -

iY members of the class .graduated \. i'7L1 1 =- y W
a on April 28. 1939. Wives
.t Wj
and husbands made a total
WI! KIST CAM. ST. I &
attendance of 42 at the reunion \

f.t; e B U Y AT 1MIONK() : !W 1-5211; )
The class president! A Z c:
Adkins Ji of Gainesville. STAKKK.: Pl.OltlDA
served as master of ceremonies Allen-Vickory

and reminiscing was the )t itV.

main topic of conversation as Mr and Mrs. J. M. Allen '
old pictures and news items announce the engagement'

were passed! around. The!' class and approaching marriage 01

prophecy was read class their daughter Faye to SP-4 GEM
l
members Introduced their William H. Vlckory. son 01 I IOI'
wives and husbands, and the :Mr and Mrs Henry Vlckory S
number of children and of Alachua.

.. ', grandchildren was" given\ Letters The wedding is planned for :
'
4 ". 1'11.1. )
: !
"", and notes were read from Tuesday evening Drc. 29. at 8
ten other class members!' !' who
o'clock: in the home, of the
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.. 'J' ..... if.\ l asked were to unable be remembered.Present to attend,. but and bride's relatives parents.are' invited.All friends Where Your Purchases Can Be

; : on this occasionwere

,. Mr and Mrs Gene Long. ,
; iJ l' .... Mr and Mrs. Resale Thomas 'Marla Cunningham '
I., \
specialFIt111.vllIl'TS I
V :' Mr and Mrs Resale Colson. Has Birthday PartyMr. Reliably Serviced
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Mr and \Mrs. Carlton Chl\'- .
taln. Mr and Mrs. Vernon and Mra. Richard Cunningham

Silcox Mr and Mrs. John A entertained. at the?
Torode. Mr and Mrs. Inman home In Keystone Heights. recently. While They 1 21IMeceSERVICE
I'hronte r
Green Mr and Mrs. Joe Cocoml.He In celebration of the 1.UHI, ) II
Mr and Mrs. Paul birthday. anniversary of their i

Faulkner and Sidney Orlffls ftaughtrr. )''lIra.,. who wan two BUTTER FOR 6 m
I Barbara Blankenship Becomes Bride all\ of Starke: "Mr and Mrs year old. ll' Silver" Plate

Of John Arthur Reddish November 27 i, J B. Strickland and A. Z The little folk enjoyed Banes DISHES Stiiinlei! Steel Serving PiecesJruvy 1I
Adklns. Jr of Gainesville! : and pictures were mud' of Bread Trays

1, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorko of the group. Birthday cake, |icel I' Only I Only ( Only
Miss Barbara Anne Blank- rows of lace-covered buttons I r..:", 'iI 1
the State Farm Mr and Mrs. cream, candies, .le. were nerved .. I ,
"* : <( .. "
enshlp became the bride of Her volumlnou' skirt of bombazine .'
Bob Long, Columbus da. Mr the little guests by Mr''. 'I $ 29 Server79c 1
John Arthur Reddish Fl'Iday "
on : taffeta featured double and Mrs. Hewitt Brice Law Cunningham. Party fa\'ora' Only $$1.59 $1.59JT :", $5. ,
evening Nov 27. at 7:30: swags of lace edited rufflesin ,
I 1 I {
tey: Mr and Mrs. Burton were given each child. About I ((11 '
In Christian
O'clock the First front. Cascading tiers of
Church with Mr. Charles i I ruffles in back terminated In Rosier!' Palatka; :Mr. and Mrs twenty enjoyed the party.BlackwellLawson. : U;,I l S \\ hll.. They Cold Meat I'ork t '
Robert Mr. and Mrs
Raster
Reese performing the nu?t1als. !, a circular chapel train. Shrwore I r I Lti Salad Ser Inif
MP'MtIlI
James Sewell!' and :Mr and : l''; _
I
The bride is the daughter of of lace
a crown points l
t Mrs Jack- El'r (Gift! tltrif SrrtuutrrH ; : 1 ,
Emery Sparkman. ,
Mrs. Edwin Williams and the rimmed with pearls securedto I i !
]late Lt. Herman W. Blanken. a bouffant m..vell of sheerest sonvllle: Mr. and Mrs Nate :''| The wedding, ; of Linda Black- I ; : 1l I
ship. and the Is th" 'illusion. Her only ornament Dyal and !Mr and Mr L. O. well, daughter of Mr. and t
groom "t
;
aon' of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. ;i was' an exquisite: white gold Johns Hampton Mr and Mrs. ''I Mra. Donnle E. Blarkwell to ;ill" ty BILL FOLDS }

Reddish! all of Starke. heart with a diamond mount- Jim Phillips of Cocoa "were" I I James (Jimmy) Lawson"" aoii' | J6W6LRY : /
guests of Mr Phillip of Mr and Mrs Rwell. Iviwaon. .
The altar of the church was i Ing. She carried a bouquet of '
beautiful with two sunburst Frenghed carnations, pearls in-law and sister broth..r-j i will take pine Friday' eve- onlY". ., By Prince Gardner 1A:

arrangement of white gladioli -I tulle and satin leaves 'with" a <:, Mrs. CocomUe. ring!, Dec.' II, at A p.m. In the I : "rnYr .

I.. ,pompoms mums and I white orchid In the center. Madison Street. Baptist Church j Van Dell Whiting and Davis S9..; # 1 ForLadies \

atock, 'against. a background :Mrs Williams chow for hl'rdaullhtf'I"1I Stork Shower with a reception folo'V\ -lg<< In I' S,
branched, candelabra with I wedding a pink For Mrs. Akridge the. church annex. O Charm, H-ncc'et' and Charms and t

burning white tapers and I shadow lace gown over taf- All friends'. and .. nf (.melds'

palms. I'feta with a matching pink I[ :Mrs. Eddie, Akrklg "'". the couple are Inv. 'u at i Genta.

Mrs. Drew ReddUh. pianist, jacket" and matching pink ac- honored 1 at a lovely tend. DIAMOND

:rendered nuptial music as cessories. This was complemented '' shower Friday eveningat\ stork) j 95 lip! TO) TWO

the guests assembled and with a lavendar or- i, o'clock In the Christian Hay Ride Enjoys DINNFJl From 4 From
accompanied c: Miss Muilandreen. ehld. Church Fellowship Hall. glvI I' 'hll'' a- YKAIIS: FINANCINC; Wide Selection To Choose

I soloist, who sang' .Mrs. Reddish mother of the I I en by Mr. Edward Akrldg' MamINI'1I and guests of ( RINGS ,
".WMther Thou Ooest" "One '' groom was attired in a blue and Mrs. Wlllaid, 1 Wynn Preabytorlan Youth Fallow- '
I ,Rand One Heart" and "The j crepe ggwn! with a lace jacket The lace covered j' ship enjoyed a hayrld liiat' llav coal.rels.r. bi tI

- WeddIng Prayer." i and matching accessories. j I, ment table waa. r.fr..h'I'I Saturday night followed. by ; ,.nWO >firof>rialf gtflFFltOM //
.. I J1en-.R.
brother' best man and the i I orchid corsage. i I garland of fern and Interaper-I hall of the I'huf't'hChApt'ronlnlC WATCHESSPECIAL

ushers were Wayne Blankenhlp. 1 A reception was held In the! .sed| with pompom. The lift | t: young .r? / ) ,

,. brother of the bride: Starke Woman's Club which table "was centered, with a tall > people. wer. Mr I n --/I. }' Franchised
Bedford( Rhealey. and Jimmy j wat'd..corated for the occasI .10..k and an artificial flower' Jackmm. Miss MJTK.: .. Xi : : Steak I
Jteddlslu brother of the groom. "I Ion with' basket' of whit arrangement. I can. Mr. aa
Miss Donna lane:' Trawick bridal flowers magnolia Appropriate games were j i Autrey. and > (l I .. / =-N ".. Dealer
attended as maid of honor In I boughs, and palms. The mantel played during the party hours son I .
a classic floor length sheath Irt the lounge\ where the /
and prtira sera won by Mra.FJ \ : ( r rl/ Sets
of rouge red velvet trimmed: 1 receiving line stood held a I I Prevail and Mra. CIyd Beta Sigma Ph' ; f J.t' ** ; ,i Tit_

In matching satin Her headpiece fan-shaped arrangement of Colaon. r otr "onverllhle ,Io"'mn"sliNG"{ /' { {
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was a flat velvet bow i i white gladioli pompoms i I The hoateaaea presented the lemma Theta Chapter. .' y:1: \ 1 ? 5.5 r I A '

centered with a rose. She carried mums, and stock. I I honoree with a baby bath tub Data Hi.*ma. I'hl will hold l: t ,41.,1 :JJ.
a cascade arrangementof i The bride's table, covered and diaper pall a... a memento, annual Christina. party at. the PEN SETS. ''r SUInletM" ,, Twin ."J. oIlK' ,t'

peppermint carnations with .Ith an Imported cutwork ,i of the orcasion, home of Mr C. W (l1.dll. T. sold rvmAo/ue .i/"A"rM .
red satin leaves. cloth. was. centered\ IIIlth aI I I i Aouthgat Drive on lice. 14.E| Knlv 1 | ., | FmiHir, frlnftl

!Miss\ Brenda. 1111I lj', Mrs. four-tiered wedding rake and The will From U'j lerCrolon too I lu.nou..ya/A.j..
Elks Observe aorortiy earn a co- by
John Miller and Miss Rally flanked by three-branched! I hostess. ..L I ( l Clone. of/ ,A. ",...II''A.If .
Blnk nerved' as bridal attendants candelabra. 'I'hfront: of the Memorial Day r '"J\ ii Jo..rA cAi// 4 j VllI
In gowns\ and headpieces; table was draped with ftmllavi y ... I $$1-89 /
Garden ClubThe / .00 I i A. I at.lIy.I .
identical to the honor attend and the bows at the corners 1 Sunday lire 0. was obMrveil II I :r $5 ;
I Watches Where 1'ou CanKerelve 9ho .1..loh ,Ih.
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ant's. They also carried Identical held satin rape clusters.Silver aa Memorial Day for thedeceased j llu, Your
Stark riardvn Club will i Ma,...,' ntng, foreverlieeaaae .
I cascade arrangementsDrbra trayt and compotes brother of all Elks 0 (iuaranleed: Service .
meet Monday night DM 14.'at '' she II knew
Suaanne Cowen, held decorative mints petite i Loilge' In the nation. The local I I ,
7'30 o'clock at the horn .J. touM' lv. hrnulklng
u .
daughter. of\.fr!\ and Mrs. cakes and nuU.I lodge had 17 present at of Mri A Russell Norman.d* DIAMOND Birthstone EARRINGS
n..... &...11,1"t lul. l-
Charles served I The two punch tables werecovered thla dedication. Including visitors.
Cowen. u
Michael Jack- with satin clothe All memtwn will lake part i fI a CUt Woatda PENDANTS lUNGS more periona),
and
flower girl |
I on the program' "Tower. for BRACELETS ....... "" ..,..
son son of Mr and Mrs. J: draped with smilax and tied The Memorial oration was I This ctJr1stmDs? 11,1"l t
Entertaining From Front
:
W. Jackson was ring bearer. i at interval with satin bows prM ntd by Re. ft. !K. Mar- 14.9 $9.95 J ,
The bride cirri In marriage i| holding satin grape Silver Blain who cave a dlcMd A WONDERFUL |tOU| TIE SETS 'rllKKK( : : tw 1 OM.V '

by her .tepather..ar j punch bouts centered then., n>*Mage concerning the ck- Little Women .. ovl11//tllKlt'4: / : \
lovely In a bouffant gown of table w.. cased i brothers of the local t ur if rm.. '. KM| (.". I IT M ... "lla.
'
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Tb. Little Wom. Club
Imported Chantilly lace and ,, Mrs. T H. Blade (reeledtueoU Inrfge.Th+ I will mat **A New CommaiMlaneiit I
bombasine taffeta worn at the door and presented I .r. will be. party on 7:3O: In the Monday dub noua 111tat.t* with Thai Ye l l..m One .tnuthorl. Aa 1 lUte IAI.." Vow.. kl ,li4 been *wa il'*''lI l

poised over layers of starched them to the receivi") Dire. IB at the lodge hall sad ,. .. "nlh.., John : : I .... l'.i.nl alRAJHI.L '' tI
Mla II'.II.
line compound of the bride ** Jayn Hardy. Hvtayj 1 Thai Ye AU t l I. One ,' ( Ill :
net and taffeta Her fitted all member and tl
fu ar tl b .
Dior bodice of lace wa. enirianred ,I and frrldal groom attendsnU.Mr their parents. andthe Invited. to altvmlKindergarten ,i aa MaUhewa..hoateaa" and ... .... Wiggins. /l1lt1sroflE'Vurcl.. froth( the Sun of( CCM| Soft of( Alan, ..S..e,,?It. l>y it."Nun" .

by and a scalloped embroidered sabrtninarkllne In i I John Manning and Tn program will lie tan t ..,, .. Prince of( fence. l.ight, of the World, hut rejectrdby ",..i"I ""-
XmasMama .
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Aaa l t making tW ratk n<
Mr Char Irt Cowen cut UtI'br1da' >
floral denlcna of Irrldeacent /I men. Oh. that we could undrratnrid .
foe the ChrUtmaa formal' un..tUUI. MillWHIN
sequins- and seed pearls The take an4 Mrs. Keith It BETTER IDEA' : .
: 1 rt..t' KIn4.rgare.swill l
RffTTFt kept the brld.' book: dance which will a* aa event / J If( the (full of love unlrnhrd
; wrrr rver
long lace sleeve tapered laratia \ prvantt It. annual. Chrtat- of tree. 21. i Ma 6e"y aw ... povvrr
: lily point over her reiiidtng were. Mr at Donald the punch Cartt'e.thet! !. "' .. prngram at T p m. Thur ........ a .pea.i etwil.r in thin World J it t would he llm W't'.trat t and PIUd t wrUtt. and were fastened by Church Th pttMM .UIflTltwI. High School f TA ....- .".... wUb eyter.l hrJKhtrnt star in thr UfiivrrMr. No one would hecrucified YOU BUY A

.. Tn high arhnol. cHor" ., and. gill MMebbe...........s...u .N'b".Mr, .,.-..... II hrcau- of( I thrir, crrctl I, no our 1>rr.rciit-

1M"" led 1t x rma Ham. ., new.. ,"w''y' rd hrcauie of( thrir color !tr.ul"f NEWWATCH
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BI.ntey Oreen.. Mr* TownaendStrickland. no ntnte miir- )
aA4 rjiftm Malk. .*. will mtartaM -
NOTICE! Mr*.. Uaurtre Mr*. Edvarda'Buc '.n.llhaw the high ackmj. ,PTA. ItR,1Ut'Ollh: "JIm cJrrrd I or imainatrd.. 'Hirrr would he no tension [ E J

with a .w./.y of ChrtotAwamwate N IIUH''"
h. and MUM ruine Coi o&Also utrifr.t ( I hirkrrin. u r 'innhre I.
or no nrnonvf nen or
at IJMrir regular _tto "' ::7..:,. lfan'u': :. ig/,.u .T > r.LW

Ur* aaatatln Cmorr*M In PrwaU-rrvtn acre Jr >K anra* Tav4.y nrt .*t .laIk ( nations, no military, ratahlialirnrnt. or "in at litu. ; \ ..': gtr <<.:

1 Mr,. .. C K. Ztnrrrrr. Mr. Dart high. aravnni a*<..t_.... cia i tionaj. no jx-nal. nnd vrry frw mrntal, $intitutiona.Mn' 'fgt: > t4 ,
f
EFFECTIVE THIS SATURDAY auk.! May Jane lthusb.ra. pos.Lightning .
n.nd Carolr P.a1ken q complrtr intcr-nuity in axrirnce: axiol: !' Z: ?':"" --:-' 4.(1.

DECEMBER 5th Paaatn Drat Mew ball were. Set. .1 .-.. 4
t>yy would IK- utihsrd, for the tVttrrinrnt of man 4.j; YW.j}
JpbbW a"4"14 lJIft u-r.
Harm HnMtah.. and Donna Fire To Shelter. Billion (for hrtirrmrnt, nouuht, (for drilruction. a'e. t.N watch onp -
C5,7
HAROLD C. WALL INC. Rryan. $2,600 In Damages Our prayer ""Iliy will IM- done orj i enrth n. it t i.) .,.. \
Alter Sfv wftnr anr Uane
.Wit UirU ,fiats UM eoupl* LtcMnlnw doing: an w, eeaan.bt. fj'=E1 in 'ftravrn," would I IHT a rrality, Our 'hour' hiiiltufxiri

Insurance Agency left on a altort *Ali Mr trip v.d.r..wn ..tTh'n.d.r 't.( G ya'rh, 9/u-'It'
the rock trr-tln. f frrtileoil.
plantrfl in
our drep
l.. SI AtanwUnaThe. arW "v"iM etewa a lara {

dar for "'."1Inc a white awuJ.,.., ahvttae a< Ut* ?tj I. our (fruit ttoo WILL CLOSE AT NOON .. I.t.. .. .( e.- TT n .r..r paartKt-y r.e.IJ .y
t
mat sue( wait la.ak couaC a 4 .... .. ihai delast tsr .w
aatrt\tn ante.* hat ferwnsfaov "Tlw..w..mahSf" U k. 1mltI"" 2 J ran ..,....c Gem Jewelry and Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Woodhurn any .a..$ I
f lw scow teeMN1. 'in wash a .
.. a4 *.<. Thr a,w. re. .. (A* grviand Total. ...m. lax r.. mew NMM Wish You i'm'l You A 4.itiaV 1'OI'RclWERATI( ang .. Ml ,. 1M.s.te.raatll e/wdtas tta* atttr and artla -
P+eeyaan ,... ae.4 mr.....r M. *- .*... i Vrry Mrrry Chra.tfn-n And n Mot PftfIWrutH. = r.j: 1'r"'i"15d11
: ) The and to HnOt M _.r4 ., ll**. Th* tow was I FlEE : I | w will' jJ.i
Year
I New
WILL REtrruEcx.ITED ---- ltfne ht1"r c.ao.ew ..owed by. tmoMaranr7nlrsrwl N'nwinZ" w.. J.w 1'."n4" wauh" )

H...J : : aaaae refWa" staettnsi to Jaaary for tfta line a* u.aeI
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FOTTt ________ ___ n__ _____ IIKAJlfI'Oftn rorvrv' : \ 'JT.'. GRAPn. RTARKW. nx>nn>% : -
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1 with 55 Ray Morgan placed
Xmas Lighting Residential. First prize will b,' Two Elected '
Face Fernandina Here Friday third with 19.

..... Cpntest i Js Set a *25 Savings Bond second Louie D mp ey. the other
pita a $10 gift certificate: In Waldos I incumbent. was not a candi-

I Judging.' Dec.22: mention.and third place, honorable.- D T Webb : and George! I date for re-election
Win Live Oak -
Over
Cagers Opener 60-43 Tax Assessor! W. M. Nor-
t Mrs. Janet Elder chairman\ There will be no require- Donaldson won seats on the I wood who did not qualify for
i> of the Fine Arts Department ments of theme, other than a Waldo City( Council In an
the office- was elected "with
of the Starke Junior .womal1' general Christmas holiday election held there Tuesday; ,IDonald.
Tornado capers oened;: their Live Oak In what Coach Bob ant surprise for Tornado fans, i iI i I' Club announces. the I motif. on. a to I II II II 34 write-in votes.

1964-65 season here -Tuesday PaIne termed a "team ...foit." I took high point ,honors with ,. Bracket 1 Wins I Tobacco Acreage 1 sponsorship of the ,Christmas I! Applications; of entry must Waldo newcyjner high with I ;Mayor W. L. E-revatt was

night mltli a 60-43 win over Another home cor ., ettomoraow I 15 and junior forward Wayne I II I Uahting and DecO;a1lot). Cun- bi. on the official entry blank I politics was I re-elected to another one-

-I night when the Red ,I McLeod stood tout on the Eighth Grade Notices. Mailed. he.t[ 'In cooperation with the printed below and must be I 16'1, votes. Webb, who was\ .seek- 3t ear term with 69 votes.

team will face dough veteran- boards with an amazing :30 I All-Star Game Starke Retail Merchants Asoclatton received by the Junior. Wom trig re-election ran second!
Notices! of Individual ,form. .
laden Fernandina. The Tornadoes rebounds not later than 12
artd Chamber of an's Club
eISiALTSHE01fO4 may play the contest t Jumping off to a 17-4 lead' acreage allotments have been'l.I noon. Dec. 21. I 1.- .
Buddy Trawlck returned Commerce.
BodcockbNever minus the services of ao 1 in the first period the Bed punt 73 yards to paydlrt and a mailed to farm '' ,1 f The rules of the contest! will Judging of both events wL'l\ ,Join The 'Crowds: 'That
II I Clyde Con, chairman "bf the
guard Donald Falcon who hit team won never equaled'' although Don Elder scored on a three- I apply to both categories: l lCommercial I II take place on Tuesday even-

,, his mouth on the floor Tues|I: the lead was cut to yard end sweep to Rive ,the \ Agricultural StablllaaUn'and; I and Outdoor ing, Dec. 22. Prefer Better Meals ,for: Less!
day during a chase for the four points, 23-21. at half Conaervllon County Commit- ..
Bracket I AllStars
.e Eighth Grade -
i ball and knocked several teeth time when the Bulldogs outscored tee has announced. The notices -
I a 12-0 ,victory over OFFICIAL. ENTRY: HLANK:
loots. them' 17-8 In the seci were mailed on Dec 4,
Bracket U In a game played I LKJIITIM: ( = ; & DECORATION:
Save Falcon was the play maker i and pet tod. The Tornadoes' 'well In advance of Dec. 19 CHRISTMAS

In Tuesday' opening victory 1 had an eight point, '4032.lead Monday School before student the Bradford body. I IHla'h i marketing. quota referendum CONTEST= BUC.ICS

e and bucketed 14 points from at the end of the third Coach Chuck Mason awardexl ,- I I This was done so that farmers -

hi* guard spot. Sophomori i I quarter however-. and' In' will know how their Individual Name .
trophies to the -- -
captainsofthe --- -- -- --
forward Joey Reese, a pleas- 1 creased their, margin to 17 farming operations
As champtonshlp'team In''re I
points In the final period. I for 1965 will be affected by
II i "They worked hard on defense guaarseason the' play. The coach the quotas. they are voting on,,, Address _. ______________._______ _- ----,. ----- GROCERY & MARKET.
says >presenteluhth> grade '
.
I and' that's probably Cone *aldFarmers. I

... Before To be read, what won the game for will prospects aend to the many B-squad good next grid voting In the referendum Category __ ___ ____ __.. -_________ _______ Small ...... *" *U
I them Coach Paine iiald 'The may approve disapprove -

-. offense, he said;' looked good year. marketing quota fur Clip out and mail to: Chamber of Commerce, Box SPARE ,RIBS LB.

On ,Santa'iJaby I understood In spot but early season mistakes the Mat three crops of flue- J2$. Starke. Fla. Entries! must be received by 12 .
101
: hampered the squad. I ,Blanding cured tobacco. If at least two-' nee) 21. I

& Child i and used. "Fernandma Is a lot better Deer KilledOne : thirds of the growers votingIn I noon. PORK CHOPS LB. / jc
team than Live Oak and the I'I the referendum' approve I I
revisions in the tobacco
I folks will see a better ball hundred and one dear quotas by voting YES the I Tobacco Supply I II Home
t ,
to enable it to
I game Friday." the coach added have been klled In the. Camp law provide. that quota and program cope Fresh! Ground:
Demand Studied
Needs' with todAY' problems In the
Ii The Tornadoes will face Hln riding Management area acreage allotment will be 'In I I
tobacco' Industry Thn commit LB
BEEF
i d tough Palatka, 1963 Conference during the period Nov. 14 effect for the 1965. IMA and I By CommitteeThe I tee recommended, ) that a study I -
r ch.mpsllneat, Tuesday In through Dec. 6. ThIs la al> 1WU crop Penalties for marketing
group: bit named to work out
Tobacco In-
National
Palatka.In already clone to the number excene tobacco will also Grade "A"FRYERS *
the ways the tobacco: program ,
I ,, Tuesday' opening! win killed there during'', the entire bp In effect, and price support dUHtry Advisory Committee
should be changed. c
forward' Greg neddtoh scored! 1963 warmOther will\ be available to growers met In Washington D. C. November ) LB.
The committee WHO wants
Pilgrim 10 points! the third TornadoIn I game killed at Blinding : who do not 8rHd! t their 18.19 to consider both I to continue to
,. double figures, and Mc-; during the earn periodIncluded allotmentM. if marketing quotes the .short and longer range study groups 29
,
work on the problem of the
PicnicSMOULDERS
Leod!' and center Gene Pass I'! : 69 turkeys, :21 hog, are not approved in this problems facing the tobacco I relation between government Sunn>'land :

were right :,'behind with nine ,, 449 quail 641 cat Squirrel, 44 referendum, there ''wilt be no Industry. The life of thin committee -I grades for tobacco and the LB.
each while Emmett!: Akridae was extended for two I
fox squirrel and 121 dove quotas; no marketing penal. level of price support. The
added three. Puss and Reese Deer have been! tie, and more yeura by the Secretaryof I
I I Increasing I no price euppo t on committee feels that this 1s a
Bible were also/ 'outstanding re- In all manajremnt arena. In recent the 19ns 'crop 'of' flue-cured Agriculture on November, continuing problem and shouldbe : Half or Whole Sides-:Not Sliced 1

bounders. I(I years. due largely to the tobacco" In that event, another 13.The I I constantly reviewed.The .
committee heard (IInriiMxlons -
I Coach Paine called McLeod eradication of screw worm vote would be held next t year. le- committee repeated a SMOKED BACON LB. 29c
of the supply and
20: rebounds" of total of 41 ,
a whim at one time account. on quotas for the following. previous recommendation that
| mend situation/ for different )
Hedstrem EJittd by the Tornadoes !got, "The best ed for the death of a large 'three vears'Polling : all tobacco select varieties -
I kind. of tobacco both here growers -"
FOLDING Dr. E. Schuyler English Job I've *ftfor a boy his number' of fawn each year places for the Dec. I and use cultural practice B
and world wide. The members
else l i ." McLrod Is a 8-1 Junior .j Cream St 'leCORN
15 referendum have been designated tend to > Ga. RedTOMATOES
II I '' which produce
knitted by felt that these report emphasized -
BABr WALKER I 17 The Tomadoea hit 31 per ,, by the Bradford ABC I tho need. to bring 'I mature, grainy tobacco with
distinguished cent of their field goal attempts -
Chrome Committee aft follows
County which
heavy duly : flavor and aroma are
supplies and demand Into a
Tubular Steel Evangelical! compared to 31: per BHS BY-LINE ARCS Office, 134 N. TempleIn better balance In demand by domestic and
- i ns promptly anpnsHlble
Plank and contributors cent for Live Oak. Both teams SUrke, and the Brooker ,
Bumpeits This IN foieign xinera
Swivl Caster*, f O$8r should Improve their shooting Hupermarkat In Brooker. 1'otln I with flue-cured particularlytrue tobacco The commltee asked the ,' 2 Cans 2 Cans

Y/ P csiNT8 the complete as the season wears. on, how- I will be open from 8 am. to AI The committee members I Department' to seek methodsfor

S. I Authorized King James ever.Bradford's Last Friday at school was *.m. Tobacco producers nrerequl..d realize that It will not be making our tobacco more 29c 2Sc
a eww i activity day. That U the I possible
JV squad lost toLive day
In
I text with a unique system to go to the polling to gt the to competitive price-win
tin Congress
- M h ,Vtw of notes, references and I Oak 28-16 in their ,I set aside every other ) place indicated: on the lettrrwhkh make changes In the tobacco. world markets In an effort toregain'

a special helps to clarify the i opener. Paul McLeod Wall high i j jI for the purpose .of club accompanied their allotment before flue-cured I'I r ; Its traditional share of

ti Blbl,'. deeper meaolnfi I for Starke with 11 points, ]. i ings. Each club meets,'rldaY'j notice They will not growers program vote on the question I the world market. ..,-kp*! No.- :.103: Cans .,
Jqw and W enrich bad reward Bobby White had three. an4<$ other activity day, or he permitted to vote at
anyplace 1 of acreage allotments ands I II With Beans
Dale Crosby" two. month. Thut la with CHILI ,A CANS 99C
.
the reader. other than the "a designated quotas for these years 196, 4 Teenagers
I
of ,
4 r++ew i In option Student : on the Jetter.; I hills'' and lftj>7. The secretary'will ''
Available a variety of .
It meets
- 1.. 1 Il.o ihriF.sa mvTAT BAPTIST' meet every activity Chairman Cone urges: allfluecured I announce on or before Sunny landMACKERAL
Tr and follow I Confess B & E's
- 1 CMIlOtDINinl' : styles binding CntJaCDP..tor dAY Last Friday, the tobacco: growers to December I, 1M4' the quota
- Ing clubs met! Student, Government. 19
-C. A. Creaky vote on this Important ques.. and acreage allotment forflucured <( I TAtll FHA, Beta Club I II ,
o.1.-. BULLINGTON'SSTUDIO 8unday School 10 A U. tion. growers for 1U6A,
el,1.w.
as I' Preaching 11 A. M. IXtermen's Club, and,Uie A- nnd at the earn time ..InI I Starke Builders Supply ((3
,
PAIL 1.49Katwell
"=' $13"J 'Training Union 7:30: p U. )ISC, Five Persons I flounce the dllt. for' the grower ,, times 1.) Bowling -Alley. Econo I PURE LARD 8 LB. '

& GIFT Preaching 1:30: P. M. And the Senior' Class met I referendum Wash. Smltty's Barber Shop
In order to dlacus the trip Are Shaken Up at Andrew's ;
SHOP I Prayer meeting Wednesday Members of the committee'I paper racks
:J '\ I' light 7 7 P U. to New York, and to' dlscMse In Collision trrommcndpil, that the Secretary -, Drugs twice I I and Post Office TUNA 2 CANS 35

:, CHILD'S r!, PIANO I other money.'. milk In, project) .. of Aajrlctilttire announcen I BIts Band Room Florida
The Clasa was .Ia" thinking : ..IV.- Pest Control Bradford Junior
persona received bruui-j quota for fh'-cllr t tobncrothat
: a of a class flower and lion". The 1.1f and abrasion, but will redui-e producllonautl'd.ntly High School. Dixon BarberShop ----------- r.-- -

:-it- :ikr : s- Senior. cU,. was presentedcheck a were. hospltlllxert. Saturday'' to make a nlgnlnrant -, and Gilder's Vegetable
,__ : for f25 from the PTA contribution toward Stand and an attempted
nighwhen one car
FREETURKEY
IC I for having the best attend- e.1 l a left"' turn In\ atl.mpt.-t- '' bringing supply and connump-! I breaking of Starke Beauty I ri1 Merchants Ii

i nee. other at Thonl'a JHervIr lion of this tobacco. Into better Shop.
i I I A lot of the DIf* students tint on U.S. 301 south of 'Ha.1 bel..".... They also' Urged I 'The other three boys also-

i enjoyed. a very rine bend froru I ley. that grower of flu -cure
I. Jacksonville. Th Vikings along Lowl Anderson, a Morgan bwct-u be Informed of the stip- -a two-year-old unsolved -' FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS i

I A-DAY! with Kn Fuller from the llond '*.aa.'nwa." e charged I Ihy :: l'I-cl.m..n.1| situation. now facing case. > of the Tip-Top\ GREEN
lllg Ap. studio, played at the TUP. 'Trooper U N. Fow. their tobiircu. The com.I warehouse and the Am'!'rt"an : STAMPS :

.. I 1 Drawing Every I dante *t the ""I"riralr.. ler with failure to ylUI" Ihel|I| ",lIt.. member" believe thai Oil (IConway'sl Senlre Station

.. Wednesday 8 p.m. I alan Hall. m Highway 301. rlghtrof-way, while making a I,': If growers are fully Informed twice each. WITH KXCII I'UKCIIASK. OF :

:24 Keg c..M WINNERS1MPEUIAI ,I The dance was a biff atKVeve.The ,left 1 torn When He turned his. ,: of the problem, thi-v will endorse All four of the boys wer $5.00;) OU lOnE ;

.-...- band' "had a"l Icily<| vocattetaim .. I9A3 Mercury sedan Into the' the rnntinii'"itlim of quotus nr- invoUed In all of U3: 1

a-awe. -1...,*-..L.;.-...,i.aa! ,.9... I *. she! could sine. .very \y U. petit tof .a 'oncoming 1907 In the reforenriiim. TArE'!: Rosaer said. The boys I II

ayc.a..l..' : WIN lm$ 1 think' this warn one of the Mulck coupe driven by. Willie Looking beyond I the refer a's confessed to rave alb 24!
.
=: reason the students enjoyed I iklis. of which Starke mer .. ...
-
r.w w,1.. 19's Louise.. Mann.J-Ain'ord. a Negro nduni. the rum" > ittr* feels ..- rrs..rw
-...---ry.M I It. I."Thomas..) \It an much woman from J
:4sK.ye.ee.1.. i J. M. SifttrunkDouKlnH. I Atxml 20 of SUrke's 8sl-..\ A+rd.t snt and" tn'* f'n' ,,' NeI -I 'to
Z9la ----
I I lore went' over to tot t'nlver
-"- ...- Hardy I .roe*< 'tn>: tlS.'ilulk w.re all
:---..r./w.. _.PWA I C. W. RichieW. city of Florida to take the t''al- shaken. ':' up but none were Injured -

T. Nntworth legs Entrance: Kxamlnatloa. eerlowsJy! ,enough to >>,
.
: Board T.1 was .ne'of the .w;
TALIr t .
Ida Lee drown hospf.atlced.Aeoordlaar: is
.'... *1l5Wa. re'
2-CHAIIS I siiekera who Went l :
J. H. Eunice I te Trooper Fowler.
, sad the hardest tm*. nr nf the titled
Anderson, to acknowledge -
h.'k.< I
ssseesoww a.nlnrs n t '' .
tn outbboun t tItulrji
,
o" --_. heard one boy say, that had drte by the LunfordwOftMit .
COME REGISTER OFTEN! .
.. 9" taken. the CCRll tat ,*$r.t 00N"1f north Anders ai }iiiry

.. I that ht thoiiaht. he bad made< sun temed, Into! the path of d ? ,
- I I| a hundred. points lower) this l .. =
_ the .RuJck' which. wa going" In
::0a' Winner Need Not He PreentN Ohlljtwtlon time than IJUt time. :Monday>
he uppontte direction at >
- ( appruKimatrtv
.... CIICICII j at school the Junior High.. allI I 83' mph The h

: s'al' ROCKEIr Service I I state played a football( g.m. fl<..lck ehkltWit. for IM: feel before # ki- lxa +B k _

: String. seventh period Th. _
W.U.eMw .-- IMPERIAL [I teacher "ahl excuse th" .tr colliding with the right" __ '
- e.r.- aide. p( the .Mercury' with IU
.. ,rrtil students If tk.y t'II.to 'rto l.
.. ...- l1.S. 301 North ritr I.lmll__Starke. Fla., I au. It wa a good 1 .gam.. left front en<
w i |>al"*.. to the Mercury: aA
yTfg Ii;I Th nils c..... #<*ne 'I wan e. lm.td at tlOO and! = S
their *eun tbla year with a : .
I
'I I r.nI. with' the U.. Oak Dull the Pulek at 00.

1 Build On Your Lot I edge| lists yver'a *q,..l .U a I I I

balcty! new one There areI
-" CHIIOS J I about lye v.t.,.... I Rmryon' WILLIAMSJEWELRY

: MUSICAL ', a"ppg.
.. octet! NO MONEY DOWN sure them have a In.

.... ..-- M on.. Th cagvr also play\
'_0-, .nrrow% night Cera cwt to I

.... .e.ed.w yw.--. ee your new teem 1st act.*"*. it KIM: 1KB luxurious 1'3+
a--5..wsass the largest most Y
I Thank you MACHINEENC.UAVIM' Step r ,
: BOND Per DaIW"
i Steve


r M.S-.. SIDING $tFeJetHMonth I I 1IU'T1IT: .atttJUIOKT cni-BCit* SCHOOL.OI.IOSIJSL JKWKIJtY:r.: .Ana best selling Ambassador ever built ... ':{ff!


SI l/ahool. >.e a. mI I L P. BRACELETS Nt
OPEN'COM TOUT) !IN ACCOUNT AN* 3 Bed Room I Mornimc.11 Worship U e. M CHARMS.' ETC. 'Q6'-' ,most: itkertHnjlT" chanfcJ r-AmKs* 4Jor i i. already Lu est t :and Rnor trie_ t

;S ....FowS Finished For Living I ITTtUUne. VnWn. 1 p.nw Bvvt mmahin.'u.vt a rec.H el KeiieUM ,fir.Comet 3 SENSIBLE( SP L("It1CL'IARS\ i

.M...*...* Oak Floor t I 1 nine WorthUx 1 pnv Pvsy*4 Start FU. iu So much. more U"wrn>uv so cxcitmjlj' M>lcU aixi r-na- j .
S ........, Ueeein* WMn MUfe YM: p m ,
M
,t (
ercJ 1-longer. r..twclb.a. tcsx TfcnOini nc aN, opuon ;
.... Coal's. .ane1. pyatot" I
Sr Tile Bath 65 [,
I J4uploJsaris.A.xyfahillePeace; D.Nr.LesWkL-:.: RMIBLER

Wall Heater 1, Safety. Brakes,separate tjMem' front aid rear slafJarJ.. Scey.wr .
.
for I.**. ..r.Iamtk 7,1as
Rambler tteahrr todajr > 1 t"t now buy
;W. S. Badcock Custom Built Cabinets PLUMBING f- ... a.--.ara t.a..r r 1
JOHNS
: EDWIN rrltrrl hW.-p..rJ.t. E a.'r k ..t' _.- t*.t.''H'- I.W--, ..-c

Furniture AndAppliance FHKK': FOI.DKUQUALITY : OTMPLKTKSEKYICt : j

.;* : ; .AM: IXJtTALLATlONS; Oat( .a.w..t.a4aD........ r.'In--- featum.4 sr "u"" S's.'.ibet Eye Neeti g .'..s.nd L'.N C..trwe. i

Z HOMES tie. Deep-Dip rxtprserlatf CetasascIrmart. c\k..r.| tjMeee tarUre-Cew4 .% INTIMATES
1KKK:
AUTO SALES.
AwocUt Steve I I'. O. )tot 6l1 OceB..y-JarkMnellU. I*, FU. Phone 964-29O4

Z DeWaryne wart; Mgr.S Phone 761 I-$$070 ... 1G.-.SUS \VaUh the !llaaay Kaye SlM.r awi CItS-TV WeW.e+day l r.et,i rv CltaswielPAGE L.pA: PJf

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DEC. 10. 1964 mi.\im>m ('0' XTY TF.I.GR.I'1ImiF.: "" ri.onin\ PIGS ,"WE

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.. 1 I'1 1'd i ,ul, ..,, ,,,, t 11 I"" ,.min| null, ., III .l.j.. t \I..M". \'''I''T': ...
Mrs. Marks State Swine ic '.9" th'in folded: ; ni.-ely \in i < "J x..r> t I. I M MM I1 r." t >*ii ".t 11 u> .
\l \ L. i'I! MtAlUUli-. \ ) >1.\.: J., Till* ,Inns-'lsla. 1 to III t tern .., li. "iiindc. u t miiil, iini.r"ii'. .vim,. III KiltvMiiUfliy : ,,
I'e hull and 1111 a lame brown; \ c.i.i.l.. ia\v 1bn.. ug h. 41W ..... hri.. K. Dies Producers Pres. b.g I you net ix>oerles In. Th-y mil l MllltnrMpwlricntlons, !M.1| rx..(InRa. flay |>I 11'|'r slams.. ) I Thai, thu a-forranld. Nut. .Ire i.f | I hertliy l <...rttfy Hint the, for.oliiR .
Wednesday U [L I 1.-I.-SHI4. \ i luiiil.1' ,I'..' Public Hoarlns1 Hhall It* pubt I I.*. tnut snd i'urr. i
t
To Speak HereBilly do nut blow a.way" 1d stay 1 .VII .purnoH. jrPCMW* oil. ,.. .."..... prior. to. Inn dame! That each ,
In Wreck cn.sv, : to c.vvy.i Need a dustpan' .Krarii. >XII> .n.l Hn i .Walton and | hull,, 1 1h..,."" property M no per. I It..1 .,.,' ... In thi> Mmdfiirit. "Couiny I' mliiplvd by IhiOily ,I'uuniil
; "... .' '. l of. too City of 1I.k.: i FluridnIn
Cut a tin Toll pie plat.' KftJloit ilrnni. Haar hrh'.It' the ,.*whl..I't i I
Almond, of upon| |irnnrt\| \ i .
president .
.. t. That a rtlflvd copy. of ....110. iM-niilon niwrinblvdllt .
imi' "t morl M I I.-I. XIOS Ki> Ifh |I- ti'il or lh- ,, rv
in" 1- Ili.> You \\\JkV4 two dustpuns |pn.perty| .. h.. .wd .. I''
1 the Florida Swine Producers .I"..n.. Hi. nliition n|>r upon i a day of liwxmher. A
Mrs. O/eorge W. Marks of Assn., will address Bradford; and easy' to( discard.;: ii Mulil-Vurpoiip Ur..._ In IS!l1 i Mtlll I ItlllkfllVlMtU.nttI' ... .. inlniilpii. of till" ".....III1a. (. I run I.u'erpornte I.
4 That ,iitttklle ( I .
tt
Mohr Iinti.( l ihlK LWvrm6er' s loll Mcnl
>
DeLand. a one-time resident :I 8y 2 ira fturqess f o time marches on and I II. iontlncrn amid ISO lit ion- I Ito | .. .
1 i and Union County hog producers ( i set for |the 15th dst i f l II. I HISAti .) ",.rl111 .KilwaidnCllv .
. of Starke. died Instantly > at a meeting; at tha -- find lonelltu-M\ can! be'*i 1C blrsa- : 7\fl' N. I Purl and K.'lonI'ltp ,- her T'no I I' M .\. l II. IK14 art llvirnlOhalrinHii ,fleck,
('it v HHII liuiMinir,' In ihr ,
I .
about noon Wednesday In an 1 I State Farm Community Club inn it k.es me time! to nudt- ,' .III. III, .supplied to t till* of MiHrko. "" ..rld.. at '' 'It) r.nin II It 13. II'' I
('ourihoun Airrlculturiil' llulldinit.
automobile accident at Cres- tonight I Thursday! at 7:30.: Wherein I meditate how band Xfarklee JoJuvs so Late' to read my Bible, to rent lltAltb Cllnliand' county .' .

cent City while on the way Ken t=urrance. swine specIalist time changes us molds and hang. nUa Moslcys.; and Lout and 1 discard! old sins and any I Jxn.TI,.. You're the type that won't
to funeral services for a nephew wicked thought |I..w nitldrr will furul.nlu '
with the University of makes us into 11 person full Carter: and:: family and Oo.1;1 we may have. )I .ih.* t"'lint. )'. tinn tlitn. t nmlr -
in Middleburg. Florida< will also speak. of love for humanity and bless them taU and I Mnd my and dt'iunps us rf.idy to work I putar 1"\\11. tin. Connr" ,.sabnlI'utup ,. I LVwJ( settle) for anything! less than
Mrs. Marks' husband wa Bradford County Agent for the Rtistcr.Xfv far. 1 trl 10..1. ..". lito II I' 1
critically. injured and was still G'I t God. LOVE. l'umeraaaor. ales| 'ltn hat, the newest, finest motor
I T. Huffiilns said it is hoped:: l li November' woods are bare I Whoop": !! I can hardly! wall 1\ piMvrr fi-on; the Sioux I rrl baud pump.

unconscious Wednesday night i that enough interest will develop -| and still.November. i until time to send ChrUtmncardi City Journal. on tlm r oil i.ubarar. onrlirvnMt available and be the first top
I
In Palatka Memorial Hospitalbut I Keep nun \in fn Ian U> mbar
to warrant a hog producers days Are clear and I know I shall\ heir Father Help Mo To( ........ containers it!
Is exnected to( recover.( i association for the two i i bright. from many of them et Clay j Qrowin And Srrklnu Wig, Th uroVMtfnl lildilf. willittirv.hHii0. own t
Now retired he was for many 1 counties. dom. Ever Onward Upward.Lrst : from the ".....'ut'1 nui>- csseee
Each noon burns themornlnn's 11111. I have lost trace of Joy i .
years Supct Intend Jnt of i I up t I.lh'. all IInd.'II".1 q.tIp You think can drive an
Rust
Out
Rather Than you
loved > .. ,
I a.
I ( chill. I i \Vllklnson Harris. m itt at ntnjnr oil r.nupsnrPIrer. "

School The accident In V>lulCoiintv reportedly i .occurred : Highway Banner The morning snow U lone '! dearly Greetings' to Jack Wilkinson 'i I Wear Out. In Jesus! Name. A- \ Any. Aldd.r" nut ri.nuilylititwith ,, I 2 extra hard bargain in the
men.
by night. family and Lea Mil: 1 nil I the r..,..<-..l of IhIn.l. ,.
when the Marks' carcollded | Conditions Set Ocxi bless 1/1 winter (and you're right) .
Each day my atop grows slow Carter Mrs. Lang in her grocery you every ore within A raannald& l4i length or '
: with a large trans !t Love IUR.IMItH .\. llm<*. ,is mlhltrrt p* haying. hid. .
port truck while attemptingto 1 Banners over highways are grow !light, : store, and Fred and Lelar voided' hy the CSiuittv toiiinilnTh (Veason ..
As Lnng. My love, and God Bleat i I ..her.. old "Shot"
another through the woods I reser- Your motor is
all
pais car. right under
certain
conditions .
llonr rraervva \Ihrny rlahlh
Mrs. Marks was to join her but must be temporary ant creep.Waldunc you a thankful ThnnksglvlnH.I 1'\1.1.. 1111 rslrrt' ond. ml iil. I I like recipes BII'IUI' Thf hoard Of county Coininl you
all Shirley's could have
things lie down 3
SN.1t.)
sisters li Stiii'ke at 1 p. m. and< not contain anvthln ,l.atnhrrsut) flratirnrtl. puling. you
her dear heart and hubby \ llnrliv
Wednesday' and at on to Mld- i of commercial l or political na- to sleep. I';i Klitrlftn, will rtiitvr .'1.", Mcnllll ell. \lll.KH: A. l>.\llll\ IM.KIIK: out on the great winter fishing
I hew forgotten the author Howard Hill Hi I loom K. tim On tin. u/io 21, i. i 17
dlrburg for( funeral services .
: ture. FROM NEBRASKA here is "morning, or January' I, I"'I>. I Inthi (( for !
: buying
but each November I pull a new
-
of a nephew. Bill Chalker. : The information was received ,, i-tiiiriroom, lu the ruurti
down the poem from my SOUR CREAM COOKIES: i . r.i,,, I ii, ruii'iwin* ''':'''''.1 TIII\
When she failed to arrive at this week by County Clerk I Ho II r.a.dvad. by .the. Cltycasmirn
and Brat together 1 cup white i Tim bid will tw "'r the ymrJ You were coins to let your
the appointed time the Charles Darby In. letter I memory enjoy it. I am I J 'I..vuntn.1ana.ry. S. 1 last. and ,of the City of - I watching the of sugar :2 eggs, and 1 cup ... fi.llnu...
others went on to MiddK'bum from Mlllard Davidson of. season winter : i-nillliK. rifrrinl.>rr HI, l' .3I wife buy fur coat
new
an a ,
come. It always brown sugar. 1 teaspoon bnkInir I I ',I'hi'i hit will b* .nll..1..dI l I that piirMiiunt In 'tlti 'Its 4
unaware of the cause of her flrlal! of the State Road De brlrusi I .K.. t bid Cltartrr "... lI..n M ..r until'
absence. partment.' Thanksgiving and not long soda In 1 cup sour cream .I n Ki nu.irul...r* .il*...ilnn| ..h.....r ,IHWN.. niilil ill\'' .nail, ,. II I for Christmas? anyway !
Mrs. Mark 13 the until Christmas. I am much'' YOU buy I In the dairy cme. Add nimul) I"al'' l V i I fln.1 that. II !. i\\r.IMa IN I.
former Applications for a permitto salt I lemon i Miiior nil. Omf ,loin In II "lmi>."". mill "'fnnMriii' a. +?w tit
and one teaspoon!
happier than last
Sue Darby, daughter- of th- I hang such banners must 1II'IUJ year IMIIIII' .'.n. unit I U MUllun drum. .ymvni. i>timnu.n,*li\it at t Ihr
at this time Time is good extract. Add four cups slfU-J:! .. .. .. Vnrthnil rurttvr of M It. Johnntil
a l '
late Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dar- bi made to the I I M"lor .II will n>"wl API" r EUINRUDES
I Property Management SEE THE NEW 1965
doctor and as I become ad flour make a stiff dough i <-iH, .."tnr.. ii..n U'4' umiuiil/ .In riip rty on III Smith
by of Starke. She is the slater! and Outdoor Advertising ,* \I is: ........ ,lur thr.nirhr<> ttuiinilMry i.r HvMNvini IlitKil. nmlI'nnt'nnlnn .
I cookie sheet
of Morgan Darby Charles A. justed and attached to my Drop: on greased 1Tha, nil l I. In n.>t...l rrnulrc-" .'..nll KAII. lt.tM.iniUiwil .
Branch. Right of Way
Darby. Mrs. S. 1,. Peek Sr.. of I 1 home, my heart has prore I by tm." poonfuls. Wet a fork .n"<,n t. , Division. Florida Road Department and the top to flattn. .l.i. ..r'U! .i>Ut.. ...ll.'li l I' H IKA foul, to tmini a'
find preiu
Starke: Mrs. C. W. Chalker Tallahassee, or tl) I It phrasant to even till nun, ..II In la ,murl ....tllr..rnriilr. feel, "Kant: s., pai''l| | ", .luntlo .
lonely. I am thankful I have Bake 350 deirrres until brown tied l hv'W (' Powell, ...Idliolnl
and Mrs DeWitt C. Jones of the district of neil's.naST '.i Mllllnrv in.i'lfU'ntli'ni. M I II. II. I e
a home to hide They bake! quickly watch I..1..HI." for" high mi'iiui" illi'-. l b.I" on ,the M.uOiorlvl '
head
Gainesville and Mrs. Phil !! my .. ... ..... Smlhn Unc & TV
: .d l n,,'ln. rrmnk.n"* ..1. 1h..11 II\ l" iuiulnr>' of liv "iil' !l !
closely and if they not i
no
Magulre of Washington. D. C. PRESBYTERIAN: I I when the cold wind blows : tlM mii .Ih' maoutarlurt'e Mii.'h, work hrln ...11".... ,i.
Funeral had !I Ha I I am thankful too for brown turn up the oven' a bit .. rr' .>mn...>n arrangements I CHURCH I II"h l .,t 'ihi. i'ii> of. Hmrkr
not been announced at press H. Walton Grady: Minister I my church and I love) my IfKLPFUL HINTS. To store : i I 'ghrl.aII.n..Minor, "il' ,m ..a.. 'Ins. a> "I I I and s ,..".oHKhii* .."" .,d I: rtl( 11 : 'HAST;: (CALL ST. STAUKK.: FLOKI! t
time. I Schedule for week of Dec.! I Sundny+ School Class. So I newspaper to bo dUcardcd I quart '>n,. .nil V( ..11.." Arum. Vet| frnnt fmn ha. hr.a! ..1 li

; 13: I feel as long as I have love Ins, --

School my heart for people and can :- ... _._ -__ ---'P ""' _- -- .
Sunday Sunday (
Plastic Notebook $2.20: : a.I, smile and pray, I shall bi'',
11:0: a. m. Mo"lWorship,
The Telegraph. i needed on this enrlh. |
,,11 a. m. Men of the Church !
I Western District Meeting lit I Last Thursday I showed. | REA Whil41pDoilTo !

|\ Presbyterian Church. Oalnn- I my Land colored and. slides(Qree of the*t Holy the SmilE Efl OF STARKE JOINS WITH

I rule 3:30: p. m. Youth Fellowship. 1
schoolhouw to the 6th anli :
6:30 Junior
: p. m.
Win i 16th trades. They w "e< sj


A Choir.Youth Worship.Monday Work.7 5:49:p.-1st m.p.Seminar Presbyterian m. Evening: on ,j I Rood they happy.and gave I so did me happy not a lovely that churn candy I ,wa U Wish You A Happy Holiday Season! #.


dish. Tonight I am to
going
Church OalncsvUlc 7:30: to ).
church to hear a minister -
9:30: p. m.Thursday.
preach that we arc thinking .'W1 'oU'r
Pile Choir practice -'. .
Of calling. I shall walk at 7, "- ..:- ,. .. '
7:30 .
: p. m. : and no doubt can ..t. rid j ,c 1 fir' II IIi -
-- 1 '
In Lake Butler home. I love my
think I told you mvi I Irt
Church Dedicated i grandson Fred 1s marrltfl SI-llle.'s I 1 it

KOCH ,, now and down at Fort Knox, ; L I g. rx

Dedication services, for the Ky.. He rot to com home )sat 0: I. q

new First Baptist Church of weekend and brought a Buddli -

CASH"POT Lake day. Dt Butler>e. 20.will bo held Sun In < with Phllsdrlphla.him whose home So with Is e C.." 't ihTiredi I 1. +l la


The day's program will begin Freda wife and Tony's girlfriend : ..

with Sunday School at 10a. they all. spent Saturday 'I't

m.. Morning Worship 11; eve with me. I told U>" ).
No Puzzle to Solve. No th-
Dinner, 1 p. m.; Dedication young unmarried couple's fortune -
Inc to UrtUs N. Stamp" to I
Service.' 2:30 Union popped and
: ; Training corn they
Uok. No Obll 3tI..... Ju.t
<< 6:30: ; Evening!: Worship; 7:30.: drank milk. Such nlre young NO MORE MESSY ICEKAYS
OIMIMI la FjuhVrrk: or
Dr. Paul A. Melgs., Secretaryof coup I...... and I was\ so hap t /y AUTOMATIC ICE MAKERS -
Several' Times a l Iay and t'ift -1
Your FHKE; -C -h Pot- Evangelism for the State, I lauiihvd and laughed. Tony TO FILL! -
will be the speaker for the was a mimIc and fun. He It
Ticket.Last. .. I +
Dedication Service. supposed to eome again this I

The pastor. Rev. H. B. Mc- Friday night with Fred and UOM
We k'M Winner Leroy Invites all friends &0'' relieve his Dad at the flll'ini .

Warren Winkler shire in these services with ':| station. Albert" has had to t.ri\

the congregation. stay pretty steady- on there/ ..aa IU c 'oe'' I ....... A... ((1 ... o-ot
Cash Pot NOW Ion-?. ke M.qe 1 4; ,

I have been In contact with .j i
refrg..loff..t11' r
$25.00 BKTIfKL II.'MIST | the University ot Florid i t
which hat ae4rltet...,_ II/RIGbaal/ua./
11l'1C1I | my credits and I r Mt
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Quality iroas and qualityPre.erlytl.n | used. to attend t .m trying ., ... "" -NAt/ I... ., ... 1Rtl2A
.nl.. at Sunday School, 1)i a. m. .to line up a eounw. and ttu4y lamas.asdr.p Itke.rip' -J t 1".fJ"

KOCtm DRI'fi-S FUlmlKOCH'S Morning 8.,.,, ('.. II.. m. | stain If r.n. tar pf-nstofi ; : li'r.: :: .i"'! tI t-; :.,
llavo Yeur Neat Its *:30
Training1 Union : m. j
p.
from the VeteransdmlrU I ".. ".11I '
AT Evening Service, 7.SO: p. m. I stration. I could: .....b.1d\ .re- tllot! Ii.f .(
UliiwMk. ", twrYtt-.. W.,fcw...Uy I.\\ .
silence If I come down to "
- FREE DClJVr.KV: T p.m. Rev. W I* Newman help) Westbrrry' In hi, new j ) ,

Mortuary when and if begets rt'"
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I it nUrted. Oo I av, .. .- .
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"Plra Ond plan my IMf ... 11 1- 'f\
Santa Says Give Just give m*! .tr. nrlh ass l 1-fme '.Jil.oe

know w1-it 'Is your wilt q', .J' : i

SIMW' V I hid 21 hl-'I. M.... ''e. 'J./ :r -.. ii268QyWaM *

"''r*taut students I'| my toad r like .c'cI' i

Vhoal:>>l ca.*.. The? s... srh1a l. --- "' ; -

JEWELRYfrom J "1 ling yams p".ool Ig and 1 .!. M.d./Iar.IIDM/ L !

usually lMt more' boys than IIOI.W.II.UW.IS:
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rlrls. We have nice younimm 1.1k. Ii'. y'Jt''U''M' tMI. .If.dhcfcr I t..114t ". nlatwl I

UO here ton. ,} mot tIII..unl.? Ttianit. '. red" "it; Nfraetram

Williams I em .> proud of )I,*. BnlrW $$29540.XO ,dli3 'N.,irlgeraI44I.etks.. "I'f twat44'ftr.tlaq.ll.5uu.! ft. '.

Padrrtt and her Clay lull rrrlrl.tfr + 'fr_r.)'.....',. MlU'" alnapat tmerll.ssw. U ,

cabana One dr..o of trey R'e 1I..t.. egg tv' 1 II 1 N. 'ft of '.frlMal..lrp.I (
WV Ou"lflc cld: In All UM Of Jewelry. And<< HOLIDAY
has cam? tra. 1 w n
Must More D for January :Now" I* Your lowly praptt of Clay Hl.'l: tt ( I'lMWT-NKVPKANY l>r.FMOSTIX<} n1s.K: BARGAIN ";
h... a peprr aM. a columnof -
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Chance To Get That SperU! r.Jft1! A Low. Low *0 UiHr ermrrh work old

vWtmg. wedding etxnrers IINrtoiiACat1e. .-

Price. Com In And See Thanks toot r-t ? t,9 k... ..
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Editor and Uw peuvle of CUV ...., .r

WATCHES III.Inn... they are Dow on ChIt A fAMIlYStZEWNC+ Thoro's novor, MM./IJA. ', UO41lat ;S

'W I she.n faow loco S OM City ) : YVAJHEA

FAMOUS NAMR gun actxtot. ttoe commaollyA ; boon a homo laundry

AIIft' foOr OrVf).. Jrrn
15455(1. NHf ass Rod 11tHk.lwse pair quite liko this ono..ovorl!

., AT Lost Jotme and6ELPRE5EAKCH hlr. PORTABLE' N -

t.. ....... IwD aING I.. T". d"tr IIIG""U .-

ALLTIMELOW 4r.J""" ,..., +J.ca.tIrf," drynddlsl as!t yeltr r.'JLa,

ft D 5 H WASHERKFFPH ..,I5, _,. fur .1........bal lust. ft"I.D"' ked lad, '

.. l4 f 'M w.t.+r .. f Jr 11"4 .,..,. you \ ill I

SAVE LIVES : t Ot HT) : OK Tiff/ : rill(. tiwil

IIrJL IY f i'OK IKAfCH:. C UY MVHIK YOUR

FOR HIM FOR HER S.i..te. ...,... M 1a1 /. : Tiim n:--1: CUT.;; $1845Or

..._ w ,e .i p r..M.. CHOICE

SCHOOL( JEWELRY NECKLACE ASP .... --, ...r.. ........ .d JLrc. 00 I

EARKIXM; .ale. n. ..11.., J1..._ $169.so 1 t135

TIE L SETS .... ..... _. -t r- Or Save $29.00 -
Ct'LTVKED PEARLS C3.i.ar s..I ....r11, w.tlt.a Regularly 5149.05! :


IJGIITERScrrr IUIACCLETS HOLIDAY BOTH! I

LINKSWATCH 1 COMPACTS ,, s Ma $$119-50 FOR $340.00BARGAIN


BAM** RINGS fiS .
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RIXCS WATCH BAMW" rJ.;; [ .. trck )-...." 1 l'-{ A"r.KM': '-. I Hair IhtlrtglTaw SLADE GAS o I Starke I

i lit,. ......... Ele.1.'r... tlilirl' Yew Ca. $.

Wet Y.., -Ut.a.. Glfte At R.aal.tlab.r1 .... .

. WILLIAMS JEWELRY D u41.Dgb I' (.* Quality, ScvcoTIIURSDY. / I II II


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Hearing SetOn I' system! commencing at't th. I,I libraries, and Mrs. Edith ''If I III*' ,rn,i i r">' (llll.l I ,ri. (,IM .",r i ( 'tin, .,if. >>.r 'nloll l 'Hi1,. .rt'. inir wit al 'If I llfl I' '"'I V' I.10''a II I 0or ,
I Not'tin&&Ht corner or 8. R. i iI Bloomer reported on Bookmobile Negro ChargedIn llrnrtroi cl i *",iinr. 'v i V'J"!,.", ,t'i.i <) I I l l /. I.."',.lasur. "if u ,iivrtirnffc .. .iih.HKi,I I guaitni' I isr'.i; .,t Ofnil, 19,14I
I II Htid rhli 1 flay Hr' I lif < ,,I .. .... Hi urn! -lal rtc. .nrdI Nuuthe.t "uiinrtor/ 'iMI-!! .'. i ..I I I'IIIAL.rh"'I: .
Bcsscnt I Johns' Ill's property ,on the services throughoutthe ii-i. A n. i 1111' \ : I 31, Paso Jill ct. "...!.. i pull Mouthl'.iit! qunricr, ($ti1.' )I.-, ." A. Darby
south boundary of Degen.I region. ShootingA ('I'IA Irl'I4: A. r>,\ nn v, ('I'rli,.1 I I .,..r"" nl Ur.Uf..>ril County, tl.in It. .,wn.hlp .* !nulh, ('I..k of >Sitlrt I'lriiin I I CnuitHy '
I I ..r t h.. circuit I t Cum I Illy 1'u I I I '' .. on th* fnll".lnll' <>iI lang: ti Euot, conlalnlnff 1 1ai. I"'. lJ. uJHh1.: M.ir.ily
Sewer LineA Road and continuing along Plans were discussed for an ('hand. ,\I. I IHnl.y. ''.-.rkI I I I .. real' prniiwrly, Itunlc. In .>rt... mtirr. or. lon | Dvputy Clerk
I said road for a distance o. In-sprvlce training; meetingfor 59-year-old Reno Negro I I IfIn 12111 I ll" I County. KlorMa' .. to3D Wlln ii* my hand arId offli-lul 12 til, 41 1 12: II'
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approximately 1.379 feet to a the northeast section of i Jamrs Martin has been Till. .'...;; 'lf 'I..h. (.nnntt' """-

public hearing on the ; point 60 feet East of a parce Florida to be held: at tin- [ ch.ireed; : with assault with intent .....1.... Krniirnnl' < <.tinl*>, Kl.irIflN. -

question of iniprr.' tug and I 10f land owned by W.' C.Powell.0 Stnrke library on Jan. 27 to murdr In the Monday: In lri..."..
I I.. re: 1-).." ..., nr I1' I, "" C' ,l
constructlna a sswir extension I from 0:30: a. m. to 3 p m. i shooting. of another Negro IIII,.' ""rlIl,, tI 4,. I 4'.. .'" ..S. lOlIU \

along Be.'bent Road will i The resolution turthar : The next mertlnn of the i i Robert Lee McConncl, alao 59, To All ('....1110""'" And l'rs'Iu,'. \1

be held at 7 p m. Tuesday' ;! stated that. (a ra.xon I board will\ be held Sunday duRIng; an mument.Rtarke .Sieving II.t, ,' H.ild('.,,un.1..1.Or. <:In-nmnil. A\ pa.lliUJ! n (K,

Dec( 15. in the CILy Hall. I able sum of $a per front fao: Feb. 7. at 3 p. m. at th I Police Chief William I V >U Hflfl, f'"I'' It..r. JO'''' Qflioioliv '"

Ijj a solution colling: the 1,1 has been estimated" ,toi&>. This Quliies-lll public library. F. no. spr !said the two got In- I I rvlirlirt nnv clo'I,lea.".1|",ri,<'\'|1'11'.1 rt'iimnilwlili l tiprowiil ,II ( \\' rdt or leu' '*, one timfi-------____ .9 5 Memorials. Resolution ___. ____ 8c per word. l lOardit

heartn, th City Council said construction. Each property i ") an aruiiment Monday night II you, ur, Chill .if yitti, If not paul' In axlvanre.Kryeil -_______.___ 1.S: of Thinks, up to SO uor .. It Is ces.'ary to Im owner will be charged: at this' I Xmas Packages i in Martin's home. Martin ranVtConnell ",,,IS' liuvi. nt. \lnt ifii,, chat"' nniiliKjil n
or Blind) Ail. 1.33 over 50 wordt .____ _____
I --- BP word
PI'oveIn") / ronstiuct a sewer rate upon the properly bene- : I from hilt hous: I ( '' '''n'* M-iillh. Hi domimrl 1 h per
Should Be Sent and 1. I letof MMld Cuiln1v! I II l.'noh OJlilltlonoJ< word over 20............... .oS 1JlIOIIay| ads In ClaHirird. ___ _1.30: Inc
fitted the with shotgun shot him per
or property abutting a I tli<- 'l'.llJflt,, .Imlirn",, fir, llmiir" n'I J
the proposed ewer line. By December 1G In th. right leg one pellet (',...IIt,y, Klnrlili. m I lilit ",n..,. -

Property owners will.be fl coin a load of buckshot en- I :In: lbs iniirl,' h.ij s*. "I r mill'Cnun'y 1 : I
ut ,JHnrU", l-'lur'' I
given! an opportunity Ur state To be abdolutoly sure ut on- tr>rlnif his I.hlrh. McConnellran within$ plx rulm1iir",', utnurh'from Expert Recapping FOR EALEReady IIASTIN'GSIATTIn'S: :!

I their objections. If any at the, tlmo delivery out of town from the house so fast. |Ih.* tip.... .if I I''I''. r r Dy Glenn :,.- mix concrete concrete 1 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS)
j ,. .. .
pliMluillliin 'if tliU 'Hi'T, .
I" block house
I sand
hearing. Christmas curds: should be liowpvr. that he! .banged his "i.|il". nt ......It ..I..''III hr il I.tijiiiihn1l (Pee Wee) Crewa piers ce- 710 Lemon Ft. Palatku
I mailed Dec. 16 at the latent I 10. Also ::sent mortar mix coca, steel 1
I by hi.'a'l on a brick wall In back in wrlllnic. mill rhn'Into 1 FuJI line of Furniture It !nalred,
.., ,, .. liter! shell, liinerocir. rool i
Ill the ir-Dl'Iflli 1
pine '
1 Library Board poHtmaster T. C. Hazen or thu building! ,; ,. ,n" NKW TIKKS:; TKITK Read The Clum ifie>1alIP I Upholstered & Kefinlshed
MUHr orflti* n"TflrM f I Hi i 'lulni' ''I gravrL Rntels. BRADFOREi I :
1I I I Jr. warned thin wt
Meets SundayThe The Starke poHtoffIra)( will were worried about the had liilrnnnc, UfTMnt." ult I'irn' ''vnml I Pennsylvania. & l unl"p FOUND AMONG TIIF J Starke.
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tfrhgi
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ni"i'funiiuHlf, il liv n rim' I Innersprings
be open from 8:30: a.m. until Injury than the leg wound. f.tn of one .1..1111. HIM,.1! HII.<.I h, ..I.ft< HARDY EROTIIER3 CLASSIFIED! ADS.; TALI., a
Santa Fc ReMonil JJ- B p.m. every day except Hun- which was not too serious.Martin I or rintnnnil not, mi fill il ..hnlb SALVAGE YARD and Box Springs!
AT TilE TELEGRAPH I;
bury Board cMnprUvd of representative her. 21 that has been released! vi.III.KliM i PET10X FLORIST Drop 1'" A Card or Call
day HO patrons U.S. ..
'' I I'lIhl"II..n,, 1 lixinnixiin I SOI-Nort. OFFICE FOR A FRTF: ::
from Alnchua TALATKA KA S-9I6Q
119! S. THOMPSON! ST.
may purchase(: stamps and from the Bradford County 'loin.' j |I
Union and Bradford Counties mall curds. and, Jail on bond.Negro 'H..I "b"l Mmlili' INS'It.\NCJ.1 ''TICKET TO THE FLORI.TII1IATRg. *a I PhONE 961-4155 MRS. PEGGY SMALLER
packages( the
met at 3 p. m. Sunday In the 4* A'lnitnlHtrKtrl, i.f tin-, ,Kx: AT ItmiTED KATESAITO. n : NIGHT 904-3891 or 969-10'.1)' Phone 964-5934
postmaster said. He also not late ,., Hl,'hi\iil Culllni Hmlth, I '
Starke Publlry Library. RepreRpntntlvca DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS 209 E. Adkins St.
ed that there Is more to the Teenager : I Attending this I l ir;! 10 4t is/.1: IIOYI.K 1'':. C-O.N'NF.R: I We Wire Flowers Anywhere i Starke. Agent
four new Christmas stamps I CIJ5AVED: R7PARPDSTARKE
meeting were Mrs. H. C. nitcli Charged With ,.., ,. INSUKANCK 1 i tfchg
I than Just A pretty dunlin./ In Tli I .1) Cn> "If Tlxlilulilh AGY.SL'YUr.hll j r'PEWltm7tSERVICE
I
and Dr. Flounce JennIngs( I Jii, illIn, I ClrruM. I In 4 n.'' I I I
Bradford county:'''.-.. 'Wilson "The five-cent! pontage provides Grand LarcenyA Vnr. Ilrnl1. ..r .. first class mull privllejrt'S \ < liiinrrrr.MOIITCI IV>. 1. Box St. Lawtey !
i REGISTER NOW FORI REPAIRS
BODY
Rivers and' Mrs. R.ih.rd.Union (Insurance Problems?
Paul .
,n I': ,li'riltRCr.CIKI'lll',' P' 1 tfI
fur Christmas cnrd.i, the 14-year-old Reno Negro I
1SNOW: USE County; William N. Klnrlilu' '' Dunk Ar Hini l<.. iliHiiklnir Call The Man I I ADULT EVENING CLASSESI AUTO PAIN'nNGFREE
Postmaster) sold. "This means girl was arrested Monday on From
Barry Jr., E. O. Cann Mrs. | rnriirtrntlun, ( tinrli>f tin C"HARJ.FS PARDEE I 'Basic and blsh ai-hool re- i EOTTMATES
they may be forwarded or returned charges of grand larceny I.w. of FlnrulH. I 1'1...Inl.ft.. Vft. "TRAVtLERS"JF.OItGY. : I i fresher courses.. Individualized 411 S. Walnut St. Stacks Fla.
Ida Keeling1 Qetutp Mra. Ad- .1. (.h'k|i I Andrpiv, iinniHrrld ( 1 K.: UKt'EKeystone i
Putting Off WinterPROTECTION i If undeliverable, and when she took a billfold containing BALE Chevrolet '57 '
dlson Pound. and FiankWat-, I HIM.I! Aictii'q Anal.*" >. I MMmMiTlml. FOR instruction. Start at any time tteng
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Alarhua they recnlvo the normal' first $68 cash from th? '. nw'rrnlnninNOTUT .. Heights"Traveler'H I station Wamon.. excellent con ,I t2 00 per course of 18 weeks I

son county. class priority In handling and new Pixie Shop on CaU Str"t.accordlnll : f"<" .si'vr'Ths ,, Insurance dition, extra clean. V-8. 4 Negro adult students apply to FOR RE."rr4 room fry'.ne
Mr. elected 4tPis> of Kl fl liiTo
Barry was ; < for
chairman of'the' delivery.The to Btnrke Police A vni>(* A,.tlr.wn Agent door auto. trans., radio I Principals office I RJE house with bath. Range, hot-

Regional postmaster also/ MIIRKCHts Chief William F. Rosser. f ri. flux,, II CompanieK"Tol heater. Phone 964-6392. Hlifh School, White Adult stu- I water heate. and space heater
:.Son't: wait until the little wornTt Board and Mrs.'Rivers. vice Police rented the Bill lAw Islow, ... M..nln''Ills' 473-1802* Day I | furnlsht'd.1I'r Information
gets at chairman. that all outgoing. mail You nr. SICilY, nntlflliil I .' that' 2tchlt 12110 I dents apply to the Adult Education I
you up midnight when Negro Officer Lottie 473-4325 N1U-S I rail 964-0354 after 5:30: p. m.
inclUde, the local/ ZIP code a null hi "" 'n fllil nvnlnilyiMt Office SE Wing USO
:f fiT'close out those cold winter Mrs. Beth Daane regional .. .. ,. ,, FOR SALE-Fill dirt top soil I
Williams recognized' her from I Ifl Hi hv Alttli| | >it i-nlir Auto Fire Home BiiKfneM or see Mrs. Lewis at Priest's 5
Building 1 to
In return ad rear. "p. m
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.&.aftL (Fix youm-lf snmn low. director gave tha '1943-64 report number 32091 by store ,unit' you ,nr i hvrnliy rt'iiilrfi| .| ,1'tfll Monthly I'avmrnt Plan tractor work pew and used k 10. 381 W. Weldon St.
a description given
daily or write to Adult Education -
TBst dorm windows out of dresses. Your iitmwvr with Hit Clurk
and revlnvcd the budget Christmas employees. The girl Just uf. hIS ('....r', "nil In NCI, v* a npun building supplies. W. T. Jack. Drawer 100. Starke. Business I 2tp 12-10
.,,.rp' FLEX.O-CLASS.( It's "People >should 1 keep!
FOR
SALE Good business
for 1964-65. also -
She an Itl' IMfttitllrfor I
gave l ** li' f(" f ntt'iit I son Building Material and Machinery -
'.SHyt! Just cut with shears '. outline of future plans lor' the malllnir list (current" reached across a counter and n"li tlff'" .iiitfiinnv who, and residential properties In 964- foreign languages/ and II FOR SALE:-4 Br., 3 full bath

't'k! over screens or frames. Htizen said. "They IIhouMchel'k lifted the billfold from a slIme anal l niMr'nii., ,I" Hi "miH. I Starke Improved and unim Supply. Phone mimic courses available tfchu CB home: panelled den 2 car
region.
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r.h.r".r 'Ski 'Inn' o 4001. trch"CHRISTMAS
underneath. the chief
bo and all purse
"ipu'Il. ; anug warm Miss Lily Carter assistant' the return. addresseS of aid. proved. II. .1. Knight P. O.Drawer FOR RENT One bedroom I carport; laundry room; chaL*
-nter Ions and miva up to 40'.1 all incoming cards. make sure F. City. tfchg TREES for sale link fenced back yard: partial
regional director reported! on trailer trailer space with patios -
235 furl cools. Warp's genuine The billfold\ contained, besides ARE TERMITES
ctyital-clear FI.EX-O.GLASS programs and services of the they have, the correct addresses the ISA cash a check II. It. EVERETTWSTEIJ -Mrs. W. A. Stern. Hlway and overnight parking! ly air conditioned.. Attractive

Gainesville public library.Mrs. and then add ZIP coiles to 301. South phone 964-3531. Westmoreland Trailer Park price. Call 378-0939 Gaines
jfmts for years at a fraction thecz.t for 158. The girl was arrested:!
their listings. DESTROYING TO IMTV 2tch 12'10WAITRESSES Phone 009-3201 909-2131. ville. tfchR
: of ,lass. Only 904 a square Mildred Strlckler and at 9 p. m. Monday In Reno. > or ,I
yard. l at your local hardware or Mrs. Edward Hum cHiCMsned: ZIP coded mall generally HAW LOUS! & TIMBER Mcho

'tfftnbcr dealer. cervices and plan for branch move In u more direct route, YOUR HOME? I Vann Lumber Co., P. O. Box WANTED W. R. TOWNSEND

-.. and 'Is handled fewer .times Semi Dumps I 08. Whltehouso. Fl.*. Phone Experienced. Apply In person HOUSE FOR SALE Large FOR SALE S 35 1 B .Ir. I

-- r before reaching Its deatination. Fruit On RoadA FKEKINSPECTION): 380-4019/ 12tp 12/24 st Oarden: Rentalirant tfchtr' I 3 bedroom. Kitchen and with den or breakfast 4 bedroom Liberty Trailer.- Ideal X for couple < ,

= ..... This not only speeds FOR RENT -I 1 bedroom attractively or student. Very reasonable.
', "u./ > ''' ''''' ; West Of I.awtf'yJUllt area. 30' x 14' Uvlntf-dlnlnn
but
malls
0 : 1J't: : Jr : of the .
load of and
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handling oranges" $grapefruit Mobile Home
,1rt" ,} !: A. furnUhcd houst." O'Neals Court.
off room with fireplace. Fenced
...', :' .. .. 1\.t\ .. I ., ,oj. i but save the Host Office, Department were dumped onto BR-HI State Road 225. 3 Wal 372-5283.
J 4t Oas and fuel oil heat. N. Gainesville. Call tfcha:
r. .. 'h Q '4 "',' \ "1 ?' llIt bedroom CD house hard I. vard. Large 135' x 137 corner
onft .. 4( "" a considerable sum Friday night< when the driver l}lP't
1; ,; nut. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. 969.
: .J lot. Low down 74f
: .. .......,....,.. 'plFr ,: ... .,:[ {JI..!: of money .thereby helping to of a semi-trailer was blinded ; wood floor large living and 1491. tfcho pijment! FOR RENT Furnished a-

< :A 'C' maintain the present low postal by the ]lights" of an oncoming 5.1ft: K.: Call flfil-W6.) : !) ; dining area. bath ]large l kitchen 3. Westmoreland St. or phone pnrtments. Lights and water

(}1-I1/SllJ/ ?! k rates. ear and ran off the road. hot wivtert heater carport. FOR SALE-1963 Sears Crul- !lB4-IIRR4 tfchz furnldhcd. Mrs. Bullington.
:
utility. deep well elee.
Damage to the truck and pump MIre motor scooter. Excellent FOR SALE-2 bedroom house Qfl4-\!. 71 or 9R4-7371. tfchff

''ik' Mr. Markey, 69 Its Innd of fruit wan estimated acre lot. Price 8950.00 condition. Call Tommy Lewis Extra large rooms and lot
'' $300 00 FOR SALE-Two lots on Ep!:
.. down. bfll.! $51.uO
\ 1 per at 964-0354 after 5:30 m.
W *, .\ at approximately $3,000() : p. Good location In Starke. Call
..' .... .,.1.w, _.' .It .) Of Brooker: according1 to Fill' Trooper J. STARKEBUSINESS month A. J. Thomas Realtor. 2tp 12110 flftfl-2814 tfcha! person Street I tpavedl| 93 x:
i'sl1e i- Starke. FJa T,I. S64-5791 illS ft. Reasonable low down
f: Dies Wednesday M. llollls, but the driver of
'Il.lw 1 SALE2 alr-ron- I
FOR ton
i
ORINDLNO fresh juice onvment. J. M. Edwards. 964-
,4; cane
jis .
( the semi I. Robert Ross Mo-
.'f .tietisti" {.. t Thomas Watson Markey. 69. Do You WantA dltloner. Will sscrtfce| $3000Br11tg'a 7 days a week at Smith' ., 2ft:)!. tfl"hlf
;.-. .:... 1 Ili. U"r' ;: Knight Mumhvllle. North & Stratton gas lewD Shell Station. Lawtey
of Drooker) died Wfdiieidiy Carolina The Boat?
wee not Injured. II '
DIRECTORY mower. 2I/> hp $35 00. Cal"OH4471I. 6trh la n
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_ hospital. HeU Automotive Paint &
in a Lake DULler rar that blinded, McRnlght KV1NKUDR! :MOTOR tfch. .

the son of the late Mr. an:! causing him to run off the TRAILER I FOR SALE: Pansy Holly Body Works

I Mr*. II. J. Markey and before pavement was not identified Short on Down Payment? FOR 8.\LE-Uud O. E. refrigerator II Hork. Aster, Corn Flower

his retirement was employed rronllnjj to Trooper Ilollls. \IITO REI-m?; I have a plan tuilor-mnde Good condition. :, Calendula. Stock. Petunia SOl !Mouth' Rta'...... Flu.'

M/ a mall carrier at nrookrr. The truck woe traveling for you. Only $5 DOWN $35: 00. Phony 964-5973 Itch plants. Shrubbery Mrs. V. R. I, Auto Glass Cut

< He was a native of Oiorgla west Sit.I 8 39 mile west ]
.' on Earl's Garacre rim nut you on the way to Ferguson Rilford Road. I
and had lived In Drooker since of fitark last Friday' at 11 ..
owning choice. Auk atsrk Phoru 964-5571. tfcbg
$399.95 \z.l. HINDH! OF your Just Arrived
"t p.m. when Ute accident occurred. :nlmut my Special HoU-a-t. ,, I Radiators Repaired
1019.He !
1 esrat total w.II"" S \ 4lI ;. Is survived' by his wife lllln In Time For
"""1.dl.mond. In a 4 Paint & Body Repair
Mrs. Pearl Orren Markey of the. oncoming Me- AH Work ChtarnnteedKo. I I I
'* bvda set lit "n.'p..d' ..- '::i car :MARINE: !MAKE' THIS CHRISTMASlast

% b.uty. it. Brooker. Knight<< ran oft the road onto I'hnns tIV-OfIt: AND TV a life Ume. Give your i WELDING AS}) I

.. .. ..... ._. ,. .tJ. Funeral service will tx hold Hi* soft shoulder and the big ( Walnut.' Hlitrlx 112 K.: 'all Street CHRISTMASBoat AUTO REPAIRS
L:. :*. ..- .<-<_% :..'::.1. +. ',' : In the family World Book Encyclopedia. ( -
at 2 p. m. Friday truck went out of control. It St rrw< 13"S M A. Payne your local

Drookrr OaptUt Church. Burl traveled. 4AO fet on the north I UTTO SEUV1CR A Open 7 a.m. Till 8 p.m.
representative since 1958. P.
:':Complete Lino Of Diamonds al 1 will follow 'In the Mitrkey shoulder and ditch, finally NEEDED AT ONCE! Full or
) Load Of O. Box 603. phone 964-3794
Cemetery on State Road 235. coming to rest with tho trail- I II [ Gilbert S. Brown part time man or womAn to
4trrtir 1234FOR MALI;; HKLP: ANI'.u.le''
Necklaces Princess Rings Branneii Funeral Home of'I er leaning" to one aide t canning Standard Oil "Hrt\\r\ NUtlon' serve Watkins customers In LIFE. PRESERVERSLIFE I I I in rood health minimum education -
Duller Is In charir of load b Starke. Oxxxl Income. No investment I .
Lake / the heavy to spilled ATI.,"ti JACKETSSKI SALE-One! jeep motor. I Sth tirade age' 21 to
Remember arrangement No charges wr nle<.l. accordIng Set your' own hours one tractor trailer and one
HELTS; Personnel Department
Tinrs: nvTTriurisdudget : I &8 Contact the -
Write C R. Ruble. 1>
Dept ,
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to HolU. I 14-hnrne Wlard klck-r.
Mc.Carthy's
Trooper !!
I,M ":"II 1". C. IIMI T.nn.ltcwu'' Service CUSHIONSSpecial : at SunUnd Training
P. O. Box No. :2447.
You Can Cue Your I Diamond .. \ Oerage HellbronnSprln I
Stamps irxlxl hId. will' I. r Hi ">4liv I Center' P. O Box 1150.
lh. .'It, iVunrll "t lh. Oily MethodistSchedule Phon WJ4-7071 2tp 133 lalft, 2tpd 1210
On Any I'urchaseBULLINGTON'S U, "Hisrk, .< tI4> City lull .in First 101 N. Timipl/ Bt rliHURST'S aalne vtll o Florida !Ittehi 121
flirk. Klr.rlrt until 1 in) ..'. SEE W. II. NOLLMAN for Reduced WANTED Two; men for
I
eloek| M..nn. Tn...1.1' l...'.n'- I for the week: furnLihed and unfurnHhrd s>. Prices food and dint route. No experience 1.1 acres 3 Room concrete Blk.
STUDIO h.r II. At whish lime Lake )
.ml i.Uv. nil tililn r.",..lvrt williim und. y-Church School. 9:43: ourtmrnts. Will .nell you a needed. Write MrNeeley. and Bath. Rights. Deep

b. I."blt'I ..,..n..1 API. ps'Sil a. m. Moinlug Worship II a. Service Station house with no( dosing coatI ". IIa.. The ltff\ Mt..k'. KM W. Pearhtref well.! house needs a handy

I on the f..llowln. ll.m m. Snack tNt>IM'r for MYP, I .nl'l' essv, issvm.nt. tfeht In ThU Area Our \0"n...,- Street NE man. Only 5500. with. $800)(
AND GIFT SHOP Atlanta. 30308
All "".....r wlihln the tiintuil Gas OU LubrifMtlun* I Inf tmwre You :Mua .
Youth Meetings 8:30 .. down.
of lh. Plly Mump 15..i.sril. I I p. m. riiiiJ.irs -511. I 2tcrw 1211'
.... p. m. Story Hour. 1:1:IS p. mICverUim FOR R.ENT--Room. for rent. I 2 acres on State. Rd. B.ork\
-- (Ooodr Tlr' II ItailtrelesfloAt SKI BELTS
7:30: Hit Motrl. U. 8. 'rMFLOYMKNT WANTED Bungalow: of 5 and bath
- ,.... ,- Worship : p m. ) HKKVIf'K,: !Star 301 N rms
-- Monday --. Methodist )oJ.n"1 'Weekly rates. 1500. Monthly ]ltg.( *3.00 :NOW $2.16CUSHIONS Experience In bookkeeping 1 car garage and work shop

FIRESTONE'SNow Club meets In ?'- "tell. tutor) 4trn la ITVTlli typlnc. fUme limited dicta Fruit and pecan tree.. AU furntahlagj .

IU11. 7 p. m. 1' I tion. 14 years" experience. Part 'included at onlyM500

Tuesday Cirri meetings] 12 Wide !, WASH and Iron mend Reir. $1.00 NOW U. or full time. Call M9-1573 and !rood terms.ST90L'.r .
., alter In home. Cau M4
"Moo""" '.. at 10 a. m.: No. 1 at ham orMrs. or my 91 2trhf 12'10 REALT1'hampton.

I Carl Johns' ; No.2.' I< 1S14 4tp 1334 JACKETS n.
: i1. Custom Made For I W.4'iTEISErtluteerd. Bur-
i horn of Mr*. Harry Oeen.Wednesday I Office Location -lnUrlll'C'tJott
|
( Re NOW and U ?. N. Needed l. fal
I' G *. ".00 $2J9 r
TLIl t Prayer MeI.< Hiway< 221 & IS 1 mile off of
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= Florida LivingNo .5. pert time rmp.lom<>Bl... I' I I .
; Waldo 4-l\ $A*
301 Phone
ft. Inti. 7:30:: p in. Chancel ChaIt.eh..t. -
Save Additional 2.e Per lnl.m<.4. contact Mr. Den !,
the
!ill 7:30:: p. m. Salaried or Comml'4e to moon -jfc- Item In Lets' orI I I twit si th. !M.&rk. Su"n, tl" ITH BCILDINO OR
and
Thursday Children
nlond nlplo't't': ,. M<-. .IMomra of all ac- |.. Regular $16.00 111__. PIMn. 'U.U'H *>U7MBINO Contact A. C
Youth Choir practice. :3:11:1 Pol|
In Full .Imln furl t
Swing m You Get More SPECIAL PRICEOf 4trh 1231

Tremendous", Stock Of All Type Toy. C;.t l Your Nt'cd.. Now While You -e14. 1 tlt

I. .. .. CII 4 $10.56You If you want hornraUad U> WIlL DO IRONINO or baby
s pi or r*< 1 5CC r SKt'RKTAKIES: : -
lime Such A Whit $lIon-'tanla Claus. Fur Every: Boy and Clrl AtJrent I ..... I I'll For Your MoneyDad exemption for next year you atttlrui In my home !day or
Of MtKr .r..... 11'1",14. CLERKS: ST $3.41
( and Friday
SvlncOpen Wednesday flernoo4M Thru ChrUlma ". Morrill pd.p... will ham to buy before Drclist. nlnht. Pnon XM-6A&3 a..tWHnS'JO

Till 9 I'.%I I. For Your Shopping CvnvfnUare. M ollttcll.: '. foU'W.\ltI.. & Brad Larsen IJOOKKKEPFRSDATA : : I ,hare some exrepMonal >rwi30: p m tip

CITT a'1.IIk IMKX'RSSING: ALL ARE DUALITY} buy which I would\ lik

n.IIIrwH. .Siis Like To Work KEY .PUNCH: MADE j ran to see before the dead. 'UUI'PN DIPARnIC'fTCl.ZRItMaw '

XMAS SPECIAL! SPECIAL TIRE OFFER ?s. S=:: I ..re SC PI.514* OPERATORS: nY STYLECRAFTER I II 1 tin*. A. J. Thomas.. Realtor a,* 2S and up.
.4.ais '. < !. i iM I You BenefitAll I MIlitary complete! Inch
..... ......-. ..T. l. | and AM. HIM. FIELDS TV! M4-ATO .
II" I'orlable 67o.t5 Nylon.ire Blk 2 for 25.95T. .. ...-., I SUe MI tll.. 1A All 4TM I>::::"4 ....-....* i I vnfaool edviratlon" or equivalent. -
N'wI.aS.i P"r.is.spwC. no.- tr.ia..I .Ml.hdaJIOIS. are FOR 8AUC CrOhUAhu 4 Would! ronaider reUrrd'
.M M.. It'll* 8 10 12 \Vld iU (I c"0.' ieII "ppq'.eaL week old 125 OO Ideal! Xnurtfta < service _... 40 Itnpt'1' week
V. 75o.t4 Nylon.ire Blk 2 for 22.95 ......... :o..u.1 M_..... i .... "1.. asecdrd 1. the ('ape -
.1............. C fwPOI5S015.lieICilr I | lUlhM." and .:,p.and. K........., area.'ladleg 5., Uf ) <*. TVIJf > J"tOIWJI_| after I amid p.T. "UIIIC be retlabl*
ly lfim
Ideal For Ildroum hiss TaNo ..... .',.,. vs I1rsWIe..1.. ..._ 0.IL.. N'uul.'_"., j' abkitNEW ........ r- $*&. I- ...... Ive'aew.r ,..u.w. i' p. m. CIT B. PovvU: St. fend capable of sUpevlMft(

: Trade N..H-Ttn-tt. Mounted -alEE 1--...'. I :' Ai USETI I II..u-.. se5.Ir ..4 w. rpId -AoD MK H\\T. IT _>t- HIT I up to S p.ri..tas. Reivons3b&e'

Only :-I.."... lhf M........ r..s.'I ; ,-.e .IiII. .. .. lralaMgJut. j for Urve lnr nory Reply i>
$119.95 Fot Whftewalls add $3.00 I'.r Tire 8 Yearn Financing j
RED: CEDAR TREE1* for sale
,.... i4i. lip .1... I i
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P. O Box 'te. Start. n
,... Over 25 Different
wail. lag -.. .
.. usSity
.If.' I. SICSV .SS P"" A,a liable Snoe large enouth fmC'hr'bmaa '
SaUQft". No Limit :
_ _ CuuantHnr8k .., ,.. C YleI, ,.....rcot ,....... .41I EEI4I: (1.45.1-.. I ItrhrItOCSCS
4se,. 14.4.4 i4.r.S.e 5 104 L's. Our Rental I-Urrha. Marine Christmas tree Also sultelp
; 1 I t"I for planun an stae.. In FOR SALE -COOORJCD -
saC eh..d I. ( .0..eV (400 I1a.it .l'ij.sI| I'nder can
S IfeDned. M" U-.... of '*'a ItrruM 1I rU\l'): tNO: At.IGSMtST: $3.55S $50.00 .1' lonlh --
.., <". Klk,h JwtWMl .1p>..llI .....
Druma. Turned I I. .x4 t.rI .'...(.... .._.., Under $10.00 t MeGacher.. KryKentH I room, frun One tn StMle.on .
TOt: zsimS y'..r<4*. w5.*. ,I. ...._1 'i.. >...rota 1 Une I2J4WX38T : In -ftt Orr.. IV6M

..Mulfina-TaU "....i, N_'.... A-' a lake Geneva c.sp. It......, 4iie" ..4ls.Jse down. CaS PfiO
ca. n. floater In Yor rc.-Zt.ftftc
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"t-tI.: : l'-'I.AN'F.n (In Wt.$ ._) .p.l st. 1"I..lIff .Sa. aa.I T_....... MTL' -2 txtrm noweCitrm I
l'ipe-ttln'.I1.' .. (. ..... ..,.... .... whtw. u.. IJ"-.r... collect jM-kaonrtS.
I tUlmr' H. MillW ... ...,........ I" ..... Stressed h__ Family Somelhlnr H. 18,... to* en hard r-4 ......,... hid otI
I I 1ll.. .*.1! I. th* ..t.*.Ml .... Trailer Sales c'.. -. l.& Went. Aad! Nt....' Low pr. Lov *wn payment I I
..t .......... I.... ...... el ,5. ..
? ......, ... I'hsntp. >. ir<-! '. WUne Ok. reeL LM for POR RJ3 T- 4 ronsB hm&fIb-
(Firestone. Dealer) Store\ .'epk..i. Pk..Me. vllklB. Ik. k.*.1 l OS 0,11..,. -.----.- .. --- --- ...... c.ltie flaajwd. Cuo- .4 ___. MC & Water, mI

",,ur oC ... <.. tl dm. .' Southern MarineAND elder' nn* trb.4e WMfsrd ...... I ....-'..11 ItolxWill.
l..5... 1044., ... ......... Rt.: 100 .1 1 "11. J .K. .. -- ------
... -.. I Co FTione TU-IMI.
45.4 ..H. 0 :: :: '
312 W. Madison St.. Starke. FU.YOITU tm MM Yl.al !lwP0..e..,.. t*-.. .H Keyatehe.. Ileightaopen ;:'=a-__-_. -- I TV ,o 1224 KEEP: CHILD. SOT
1-4 $>! te' 01l,5 two > 1' p- fee

STORK OF QUALITY) AND) FKItLNDI.Y: \ SKUVICK: : 5.............-... ,.I'.....pLal s............f.-..M .I. S.aa' ,... .1kI, Evt.lag.. tre: ___ ._ _. 112 E.l. Can St. POR S.u.-a..l a-- "STJI to.*.* sat ..., or nacM.Vra. .

si-a t !_., >p ...* K*_ Hacks.. .M 16.cm .
taswre.4 .. at 134 .
-- It rtteoe ...-:.l. It* IK. 21 12:'

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DEC. 10. 1964 BRADFORD COt "TT TTLFGRAI !W4HKF Ft.ORIll PA0L13EVElY

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spoon salt. 1 teaspoon. carda Children will delight in bearIng spending: few days with his Roger North of Jacksonvillespent
mon I ground)I. 31..* cups sifted Christmas stories over and i mother Mrs. Doris Kelly the weekend In Vero an

all-purpose flour. 1 cup seedless I I over. As an adult you. too. I, The Brooker Garden Club Beach with Mr. and Mrs.
Home \ raisins rinse with hot I II I will get great pleasure over would lllee to remind you that I Henry WeUhausen.

I water and drain thoroughly the delight of the child. ;, those who wish to participateIn : Cheryl and Jeffery North of \iilQq1aiviDl
f" \ one-third cup finely cut citron I As the Christmas season the outside decorations for Jacksonville. spent the weekend Spade'sHAS I d \ ; 1in

Demonstration melted butter or margarine : approacnes look over your Christmas please! call Mrs. here with their grandparents *
to brush' over top of own book shelves to see what Flo QuIcksaU at 483-2881 before : Mr. and Mrs. John
NotesBy bread. I Christmas books you have > Scald milk; stir in sugar. that would be appropriate; to "Ul begin at six on the ,I were In Vero Beach for the
salt and shortening Cool to read to your child. Check evening of December 33 ,I weekend G
Dorothy Rosa lukewarm. Add yeast to one- with your library for Christmas There will be a first second! Kyle Cannon was' an over-' ARRIVED -

Home Demonstration Agent fourth cup warm water in titles if you don't have and third prize givenJ I''I nlitht patient last Monday In
large warm bowl. Stir Into the them. II SOivell cetttn-Atrd his the Duval Medical Center.
lukewarm milk mixture :3 t t'I In addition to these you I I birthday Sunday at the home I i I Mrs Bootsle Cannon postmaster with all the warmth of Dearborn's dependable low cost heat
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cups flour and ground carda- may have had a story told to i: of Mr. and Mrs. U I*. Parker. I II was able to return to
FAMILY CUSTOMS: I tries. Mrs. Lee and her mother 'I mon. Beat until smooth YOU In your childhood that Those helping him enjoy. the her Job last week from her
Tills month In club meet- bake it every year for gifts Add beaten egg. raisins and:! has great meaning to you I occasion wehf Ml- aud Mrs ;I Ii j jI recent operation Mrs. Leon /
Ings. Home Demonstration and for serving their families I citron. Stir in remaining flour Pass It on to your children. I| II H. Colcmiui of Oalnesvllle, I Harris. assistant postmaster. TliacirboinLg4Pg SERIESBPI'
members' are relating a family and friends. Mix well. Turn out onto lUht- I Start this year to keep al: Mr. and Mrs. Ray: Thomas of i iI was In charge of the post office .
tradition or custom. Mrs. We will get to try it as she I ly floured! board. Knead until folder of clippings from December I i High Springs. Mrs V U lias- I for several weeks while
Robert Lee of Lawtey says plans to serve it at the smooth ano elastic about 10 I magaalncs' and newspapers en of Starke. Mr and Mrs.'' :Mrs Cannon was recuivratlng COUNTERFLOW
her grandmother baked Yule : Christmas meeting Monday ,
i minutes. Place In greased; Winston Kelly of COl'OlMr\ .
Kaga at Christmas and serv- nig'ht.' You will want to bake bowl turning to grease top. And don't forget to include I'' and Mrs Travis Muxley of! Th Manville unto began

ed it with hot chocolate and ,, it too so she is sharing the Cover. ]let rise In warm plac in your reading the !Nativity !! Jacksonville! :Mr and Mrs +'' senlee again. hut Tu* d.yinornlnn WALL FURNACE
cheese. Her paternal!! grandmother recipe with you. I' free from draft until doubled Story found In Luke 2-21. ,I Jimmy Hazrn of Gainesville. \ after brlnir cloned 'for I
was from Norway and Yl'I.K KAGA in bulk. :Mrs. Doris Kelly and Dottie the past two months Mrs
her paternal grandfather from I One package yeast (fdryh! Punch down and knead Sue, Mr and Mrs WUbur | Montgomery. clinic nurse, Meats like a central f furnace
Sweden. one-fourth cup warm water I I some on lightly floured board. li { Andrews and family and the. underwent" surgery the first of I I
Yule Kaga Is a Norwegian I' three-fourths cup scalded Form Into round ball and BROOKERHjr J. T Sowell family i iMrn October The clinic will b- with its counterflow forced.air f-i

fruited sweet bread seasoned milk, one-third cup; shorten- place! in a round 9 Inch pan. Koxle Thomas of Pompano i opened at the regular time! I
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with cardamon a favorite ing one-half cup granulated Cover and let rite! in a warm Betty Rabonaasaasaasaaasaasaaaaa Beach vl ltf'd' lier man :, now. tint and third Thursdays E circulation that lays a "blanketof -
spice In Scandlnvlan coun- sugar 1 egg beaten. 1 teaFor -I place until double in bulk and family, Mr and Mrs Fred of each month. I \
] heat" atross floors. Installs
I' about one hour. McDitvld.. last weekend. I Mrs. Jo eph I.uvm ..PfnlFridaY' I : ,
1 Bake at 350 degrees! about W It Hicks. Brooker postmaster with
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tlllmanot I her grandmotherMrs.
the waII In
on the wall
or '
40 minutes Brush. with melted Gainesville visited Mrs. withes to remind you I Mary Mosley I

butter or margarine or beaten Mae Mott thU week. to mall your Christmas cantor Newn Burney of Htartte I without expensive duct work.
egg Cool on wire rack, away Mr. and Mrs. Buster lines and packages early to Insure visited Mr and Mri. Claude '

from draft of Oalnesvlllj were' Saturday prompt delivery Sc sealed envelopes Orren last Wednesday\ nUhtCLAY 1 I Heats 1, 2 or 3 rooms. .
Slice and sene visitors, of Mr and Mrs. ..J. T. will be returned: to .
1 "-II CUBS Doss and family. you if undelivered There are ,.......... AA........ If automatic: controls ,

Another 4-H Club was organized Mrs Dolly Harrell and Mrs. many pretty and decorative II
this week At the Joyce Langford carried, a stamp now available HILL I 6>',000 BTU'S.
State Farm Mrs James Ed group of young. folks to Hrrtoert Davis of lacrosse I

wards Mrs. J. D. Simpson Gainesville Friday to gd skat visited Mr and Mrs. Bobby 'I, Mr]I Howard PadgettriMMIK i-:: HOLIDAY IIAKr.AlN
i and Miss Dorothy Ross met ing. While there, the ''ladles Jones Sunday night I 1109.1' IIIseaaaaaalasasaea.aaa.I
with the following girls-Linda I did some shopping. Hetty Rabon and children I "" H9550HEATS
I Edwards. Owen Junes Little Plennle Hicks ,son. of Halted' Mr,, and Mrs. Arthur I ."
I Elaine Jones Kay Turner I Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks celebrated Davis and family. Mr and ciirncii sr."S'S,
C + all the family... I! Peggy DURger. Sue Ellen his birthday with a Mm Jack Rabon and family Sunday fVhool attendance
Smith and Sharon Simpson I party at the Brooker COm- and Mrs. Maggie Rabon In 'u up to 71 That U better

wkj kj i I At their next meeting Monday munity Center Saturday after- 1 Lulu on Saturday and Sun-1, than lust Sunday< Everyone: I I
World Bibles afternoon at the clubhouse noon. About eight were pre-j| dayMiss get' well and come back to''' ,
I I the girls plan to decorate sent to wish" him a happy| Peggy Rose of Gainesville church I

I containers for Christmas birthday iris mother Mrs. I U spending a few days The Clay 1111IApt.lal !
Especially at Christmas I oodles for Chlrtsmas gifts Madxe Hicks servedndtvi/ with! Betty<< Rabon and children. Church will have their Christmas '
1
They will put the recipe for dual cakes with a candle in .
v ...the Holy Bible U the program' ( WiHlneitday
the goody on the container each potato chips and punch. Mr. Betty Rabon and children l. night, Dec 33. at 730; p. m. ROOMS
most appropriate and! the All girls at the Farm are Favors were given to each and Mtita", IVsrffie Rose Bwryon! Is cordially Invited

most beautiful gift or all. I I invited to Join the club. child. Games were played dur- were Sunday visitors of Mr. Also, remember<< practice Friday ..
World's Christmai Bible I, Other 4-H Clubs meeting I |In+ the afternoon and each and Mrs. It U Patton, and : num. Ore. ii, at 7.30 7: '
selection includes: editions for with their leaders are: Starke. child Joined In hunting candy I I family and Mr. and Mrs Come help out wlUi UM pro '
', young fulki,teaihcri.students... Mrs. W. B. Thompson. Jr ; moat had been hidden by tht! Bobby Walker of Alaohua. I gram
for personal reading! ., for Mrs. M D. Oaasctt.; Mrs. ,J. older girls Those assisting I Mr. and Mrs. Travis Morley, PEHHONtlJ: I ::
F. Bloodworth. Brooker. at Hicks Mrs. Dolly of Jark-onvllle visited.! her ibilt:2' id
'ho c"who. prefer large print. Mrs. were Ruben Morley ls a patient\ ibil cll IiI
Priced! from $1.7,. the Community Building; I Harrell Miss Ernestine ttor.1 I parents.' Mr and Mrs. U I* In the Bt. Lukc'i Hospital it ,.
Mrs. Iva Douglas and Mrs T Miss Joann Bass. Miss I Parker, on Sunday and underwent surgery, Monday
Stop in and! see them soon. inn OR pan tl mmr /4saf1cEIie
W Markey. I, Hayes and Mrs. Y\"OI\ne'" Bobby Jones made a business I We ..Ui( him a speedy
REAl) TO YOUR CHILDREN Emory. Plennie received many trip to North Carolina on groove.?.
\T CHKISTM\S: lovely gifts Friday and returned SMurday. Mr and M..... Horace Whitehead '

"". BULUNGTON'S STUDIOAND Reading and story tellingare Eloise McDavid was a recent and family of MaxvtB :: wrtfernpvrc
as much a part of Christmas visitor of Miss Brenda McDaAld. Mr, and Mrs Milton Mott vUited. Mrt. WItltehead't parent r y.ouch
the gift -wrapping. have recently moved to Indian -
as *. Mr. and Mr*.. lardy
GIFT SHOP Christmas caroling and the Mr. and Mrs. Winston Kelly River City. !Mr' ; Mott ha Padgett. Sunday afternoon

gaily trimmed Christmas tree and daughter of Cocoa are accepted a poaltton with th. Alao visiting Mr and Mr*.

Ik-ndlx Corporation. Pa t.rtt wars, ,rr.. TheltnaWUllsouun
.. ,- --- -- ., Mr and Mr. Sieve Kelly of "
.: = and DavU
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."' ; : : =- : ";;: -- F..Ji,lfr!!!! jlc rtstu'd'his mother" Mrs,. final Green Cove Bprlnt, "

Krll,. recently, I Mr and Mr. Farlnr Auntm ? CLIP-ONWALL
UAHMER'SDAIIMER'S I j Mrs. Harold Borretl and visited Ruben Motley In Bt.Luke's f
E AND If, 1\1 girls of Jacksonrnte\ aprnt the hospital last Saturday, HEATERS
:. HEAR holidays with her parents.Mr Mr antS Mr*. Uobfer rad.pH 1
and Mrs U U Ityal and family of Jark) on. f,

Would you rwoanlse" the villa. were "'PIJf'rlewt.. of
kooky person who! eats maplf! Mrs Irene Padgett last
e. by
-.. __ syrup on UPIMM pulling and Thursday night q
stuffed celery with peanut and
Mrs. Geneva Pmditrtt '
i, buttery wf Mr. Howard Padgett were : I1cmhnut: *:*
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B"Hkf'r' lovernn
NEW Jmerson Say has vlaltlrm in JaraunvUI Frl-
Into you yetiMAXVILLE day, aM! also tilted'' Mr*. ""1
196S j&nerson t Whitehead and children' seed to heat with
Dora < a room
s ..................... in MaivlU. I pr-:; .

Mr. IVrnice. Cwxly of t i ..-' J limited! ,floor -p.1C1f? The per

82-CHANNEL Green Cove Sprint, has moved r r- ; '(
TV STEREO 1 FM/AM/ 'feet answer Is the, Dearborn I
into tru nn: $llrmrton traUrr V

HOME/ ENTERTAINMENT CENTER By Mr*!. A C. ....la.en In Clay lUll. Clip On. flips on the
We sr. sorry to "hoar that _. :
19" PORTABLE' I II r... m4ttC1IIMC f1J.. U ntrkkismt U wry "

1'6.. .............. .Irk. and ww wish him aMr.
al'eedy r,4,,wrl'y. '
II Atun.JI and Mr*. fUrhard Car
The marrVtt ladle* 'I
young tsr of 4id>ll<4>iinc and Lv.lyaMosley rb-I-f I
class ot M..vUJe Yav Let visited Ruhrn Morley I '
'
Church told a meeting" !I. >
I la I the NMiiltal FVMf, I
Thursday nUltt at the home I'Kljrrtltv .
.ns Mary List ( I
of Mrs. Ituddr Bri.d.harAuer
Saunders In
the. badness .....ton. re.rrtstxnrnU .lattd t."rIf'1' Farm r last l..urwJ.r. t workshop, .. several' sizes :
., ..- 1Id.
re HUha: Carter
Mr siuf Mr!
The yang martini,, "mn'. at MKMMiurg $..... Mr and vintbl 'for your I

., oak,e rlas4 of Masei 1. DiXUl Mr!. RulivTt c.""., ."4 4 'fanlr *- "tnvanlenc/ :
ClMirch canceled& their meet
teat Aaturtlayrhal '
ere I Icy last .*.k due to weather of Mkirllhurg s N '
Mn-Uy
i. Condition The meelln4 WM killed a den Lee lUluf h Holiday' Bargain 'I
j I..du3.d I far rrtdr might' at d.v ass .1 ,l.i l.
e UM ROOM at Ien. R. T WU- a(1104)1. ,NKVVSlThe : I ntotl -
i I lilts plor, st hte horn In .hhM : .
t .... ITA -"the sill!' aa II
A k y : z _.. .- ...It...Wr.w1 1 Bt.rte. ) at. the Clay Hill HrhnnlItff .
.: 1 w'-w.r-..- e..1../-- The annual Chrtetmae program rrttmt" TUewtsy of wwli

I r I aw..w.-. twr..r.r.-...fir ad .ift-.irln. at U* month at 7 14 p m. OfT. *rM $$19.95
;ve J t>, a .. a.4'e ,.... .. swv. N,. t church has "teen rat for wed In the mnununily te Invtutft :!
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U W.drradar ) prater eertree. CMTM and w 'tM/ U>e rhlttfren "-
tits eras 7 M p. a. H....f A. Tww. are 4ol..,. The ...,.,...
feral ..-. ,.-- .,ll n! lhn tv earl tor INrearla

t ii.t t..r+..yua.krr.wrJWJI moats...UJI CH/MJIM" ..-....... low. it's lovely
Karen sad uhasas CKXTt*a
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Ir' .... IJmIl1orr tem.sere. 349.95 Ke.1s' ....,...,. of lltarke tad
/aa.es...a b.1 l r ''eaa errs d \ 2"Cn." A ibUM_ :S.- c'a'rd':' 0,... -stmt ......., FARMLOANS with th fmrju Cool' Safety dtiem

: ntTa..r-.ware srtr.5, w. ;l.lN.e'bw. .1W a1'eerday U> Pe.seei&a& slab. Tb. 0......e.. G.bi..d.. .... .. "u.. .t....

... sr.a..1 \, wsGW as tre'stg -a Jwyh IMeM .dandta.e. s.---.. tt..wM it ... Ce l :....., (.\hu'" .-

- an.rf'eaa'aeee' tropr..a iota. i re.gv..sea to Maa.ai....... war M al-..".e..""*. .pA Anal,.... ...,,-'

1r W rdr tm' prt.a..a.. \4'' Regular Total Prk S359. (.... 5eawd.T Mar ..... 55.51an TlmUrHA e ........ ..... mm I asyr life ........ OL/rw raga I
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Specially
..=E-: Jars fMrM Jan* Mwnd. a.l fM/MN p1'nML k.la/ry y.y peel ; I

: Priced l lA 299.95 haw claps Uw a- tw a I..n...... AI. '
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.v dFr-r gi...... a, Mr .. ,...-. $2.95() I i
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UTTLE DOWN-MONTHS TO PAY! bwlhus.. cad rr.ar'kb0'srees.ese 10.40:"'/

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w I
Sortie.Wailes. W Mr sae5tw ./ IUI'DU'U.U:"' : :

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Daimler's Discount House all ., 1.WI .-...,. U.. ..w. Isra KM eu
Lisa trsa, ,
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t ............. sad C7.d. wtnle. ,A4. A_. OF STARKE

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, THtKSDAV DEC.
,E riIGuT: f>KAi rnnt> ronvTY TKLROIIAPII. !STARKK .IUUO' + 10 -.!!I II


plants. 3.. Gas bed with 1'1'0-1 and third Thursday at that' Reddish Branford spent the weekend: ed !Miss' Diane Starling last

l per amount of MC-2 Is that church 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Leslie McCIellan and with the Starlings. I Saturday
soil will be as near sterilised j PERSONALS. Mrs. W. M. Reddish attended : Mrs H. E. Starling visited" Mr. and Mra. W. E. Starling: ,It AMBULANCE SERVICE

WITH : 1; COUNTY ; as possible. 4. Use ISO to JOO Rev E. D. Boyer of Tampa, I the funeral of Mrs. John ,I i her brother and slstcr-in-Iaw and Sheila. Mr and Mrs. John PHONE 964-2600
I ,
pounds depending on soil and:! was Tuesday overnight visitor ; Oilffls at Long: Branch Cemetery Mr. and Mr. William Thom' Wells Jr. and Barbara and \
4 AGENT type of cover of preferably of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Moore' last wee1t.Bradford. as and fatally in Jacksonville! Mrs. Bessie Winkler visited DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeD

YOUR ...I.I'k 6-9-3 tobacco plantbed fertlll- 'i and family last week On Sun- ] last/ week. *. :J Mrs. Fred Hoppsnsteadt and t\ Funeral Director
zer per 100 square yard bed. day the Moores were in Tampa Mr and Mrs. O. Rivers Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoppen- ( Witt C. Jones Registered
5. It you use plastic' teed fled to help Mr. Boyer cele- \ spent the Thanksgiving holi- steadt and son in St. Peters- { Starke. Fla.
"- cover do not over-seed.! With\ brate his 83th birthday anniversary Farming days with his brother-in-law burg last Sunday. SERVICES
all steps nearly perfect sine I at a dinner In the' and sister Mr. and(! Mrs. H. II. Mrs. Mattie Davis spent the \' RENTAL Crutches
..J....' ounce of seed has been spreadover I home of his son-in-law: and AS -" Molt of Brooker. Thanksgiving holidays with I Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs,
7 to 8 hundred square daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. W. r- JM" 1 Mrs' Mettle Williams. Mrs. her daughter. Mrs. W. F.
yards. Our suggestion is that ; Wade. '. Sara Bean and Monro San- Bushloper. I .

you shoot for one-fourth Miss Rachel Boyer Of Jacksonville I ..' a denfun, of Jacksonville visited -
IA ounce per 100 yard bed. Your!' ,{ returned! with the Sir. Mattie Davis: last Wed-
J first step toward a good( crop' Moores/ and la visiting them I ncvtavM!
$ L By is good plants. You kilowthLi this week.-- --. SEE a, ">4 Janet Starling/ and
{ T. 1 1J 1L you just ,get a little care- I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and i daughter visited her parents.M .
>l ,, George llug8lns less sometimes and neglect'an/ I children spent Sunday with 'ITny and) Mrs. William Tyre in

Important part 6f the job. Mrs. Clcmmte Lee in Enigma 'IOa. Lake City last weekend. I

._w a_ __--- VOTE DECEMBER 15th! Mrs Mattie Davis ovl.Alte1'Mra d+ ,9tl
I You have heard that date Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Cleo Stonewall and MriBura .
C Jd> tobacco plant beds, or 1004 yield on many farms was many time already. It S7pm> Elizabeth Terrywere visiting :, Bane! in Jacksonvillemat
n' hotter say beds for down as a result of weather to be maybe more Importan' In Jacksonville Saturday. Phil Cronkhite wpkend. Sh also visited
.. i tobacco plants nosd I but I believe the 1063 state than this that Mr. and < in
ever year you. Mrs. R. W. Mosley Mrs. Lottie DAuphine Coffee -
.. about 1,900 pounds
)u careful consideration yield was
VOTE. and family of Orlando and Springs Ala. last week.
:' M asoh. Nobody' seems "tow Wr' acre Seems like I read or So many of our lawmakersdo !! Mrs. Nlta Dyal of Starke were i- It Is hard for us who are in Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefever*
what the next year or heard that the 1034 Georgia not understand our Agricultural i I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo ) the marketing biulmas\ to mil children spent thi ''
." nay\ bring forth, but e'l I -FloridaAlabama combined needs and delll) es. Dyal and Mrs. LomUt Moftley \ keep up to date on all the Thanksgiving holidays with
.MIbetter> try ta get a good yield was over 2.000 pounds Too many have the Idea that I during the week. !' changes that are taking place. Mri. Hattie Lefever in Fair-
i lip on the acreage we have I per acre; we are not concerned with! Miss Phyllis Martin of i iI I and It keeps us busy studying banks.
II i '. Here are a few plant bed how they think. We must;let I Quito. Ecuador!: Mrs Walter i and reading In order to stay I' Johnny Lefevers of Jacksonville i
i .Hirne production In' 1054Hieater ftutfKeHttdns/ for getting start them know that we do( care Martin of Starke, and I abreast with certain phases of visited his brother
., 1054.. : ed. Mix them Into your practices Mrs'j+ t
than 'la." even and must let them know whitwe Sidney Hansen were marketing Then it becomes'necessary and slAter-ln-law. Mr. and
II ""i, 10 per cent'l acreage! that are Rood and get o need in nn Agricultural the Ladies Missionary Society I to keep up to elite ,, Mrs. Tom Lefevcrs and chll- !:
H i'h pipves' the efficiency) of I good start 1. Did you select program.!!, All this is why you of Murray Hill Alliance> on al.tot the advances In dren recently. Also visitingthe I ,
J i in good armors./ Think your bed location with loamy should VOTE December '15. and I I
. Church Saturday evening. agricultural> pesticides < Lefevers last Sunday even.Inx
1 t.'riiit' your yield a few years 1 soil crust over easily./ 2. Handy Someone said that New York Miss Martin showed slides'of! fungicides.The was Rev. Bill Boyd ''of I
r< (o) aft compared with the. water supply is good InlIul'ancr. had more Congressman> than her work In Ecuador and she I fungicide situation Is I Lake City. .
' r <1.1! twp or three years, if Much more encouraging the entire flue-cured tobacco! was presented with many getting to the point that the I Mrs. J. W. Starling and I ISN'T SHE ENOUGHTO
haven't to supply water exactlywhen
1, come within" the 1 I belt Tell your Congressman lovely IIlIta. P'ood and Drug Act is governing : Mike' spent the 'Weekend in
> to 2000. pound per acre I needed. Lack seeds of good : what you want by this votE.I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs I .more and more and it Is Branford with her parents I SAVE FOR?
".1), you ought tolure/ moisture after I of P lat.ka. who are residing something that we might as I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Odom. I
y > know why. Of course the I r ate takes a lot of germln"l( ) ....w...n......n..'.. on Santa Fe! Lake, visited Mr. well face and definitely- live I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jonei'
. !
.. and Mrs. Raymond Bryan up to the recommendations of i and daughter, Mrs. Ruby
. LAWTEYtoy during trio weekend.Mr. the Extension Deportment In Lewis of Tampa spent last' A baby girt.".a baby boy.:;.a home.;.educational
and Mrs. James E.! using fungicide and pesticide'' weekend with Mr. and Mrs. security at
.
advantages greater
3 Spanish Moss! Enia: Blanebar4 Crawford( and children .spent. control. The Inspector arebtcomlr.1f Carl Jones.! !
all times... are five of the innumerable good
< I
the weekend with Mrs. T. 11.I more numerous on Mrs. Jessie Hall and on
.,.. I ttRi iIlIAUTIF't11 .ve..n.v.v..w.nn v. Pre lI1p)' in High Sprlma. markets throughout the U. S.. visited I Mr. and Mrs. Carl'' reasons for opening a savings account here

: n : 'TILJT HOLIDAY ACTIVITIESThe : Mr. and Mrs D. B. .Thomas tenting all products and I Jones last week, On Sunday.Mr. now; adding to it every month or payday!
DEADLY; !! PTA meeting was postponed visited Mr. Thomas sister,, have an Inkling that they and Mrs. Leslie Jones andAlbert We'll help you make it grow faster by add.
: until Tuesday, Dec '15, Mrs. C. W. But, In Riverside probably will maintain a man Thomas of Hampton
I : Let UH IUd Your Tree'" I I aft 7:30: p. m. The 6th grAde\ hospital Sunday. here on the market pt'I'lolSl-1: visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl ing interest, as earned.

: Of It will present a Christmas/ program \( Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett call? this summer' so I would Jones.
.. at this time and the and children visited Mr and like to urge' all strawberry<< I Mr and Mrs. Zack Robinson FOR SAFETY PIUS!! INTEREST, SAVE HERE _RECUIARIVI
Fla. Peat Control public is cordially invited Mri. Allen'Carter In Jackson' growers to be sure to check visited their soninlawand
sh I The Lawtey Home Demon. vllle Tuesday of last week. with our county accent and use! daughter. Mr and Mrs. I
j :. b 439!) E. Call 961-3963: I stratton Club will hold Us 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKlnlry the proper' fungicide and I Frank Thomas last Saturday

... Christmas party Monday announce the arrival pesticide control and to educate nlottt.
I I night Dec. 14, at 8 o'clock.!I''Of a son. Paul Richard 'In ourselves' in their use 'so Carlos Rowe of Starke visit- FLORIDA
: .-. .- Mrs. It. E Lee will be hostess ': Orana* Park, Hospital Sun that we won't have any beri .
. The WBCS Christmas party 1 day. Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Paul I i rlfs turned down. Because( if I
Gas Genie says: and meeting will be held !I 1! Smith are the maternal t''' they do turn them down in I;**

.. Thursday night Dec. 17'', at I I grandparents) I I any way. It will be an Invnosslbllity { Should. the Nerd i .BAN"K..AT''STARKE: : t
THOSE the home of Mrs O. W. Rob I Mrs. Walter :Martin and to market them either I II I Arise \Ve Rent ,
: Miss Phyllis Martin were dinner locally or otherwise.We I I Ii
erts. The Society met Tuesdayof ; Crutches! & Canes
LW'U WHO last week with Mrs. Orville guests of Mr. and ),,11'.. I,I are planning to hold a I '11 11I One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
: Ilumgainer, when the program Sidney 'Hansen Sunday meeting right after' the first i Koch Drugs

was presented by Mrs. Mr. and Mri. C. S Mosley!! I I of the year, and we will have rr..rtpn n. 5.etall.t.Free I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
; KNOW Lee, assisted by several! mother and Don KllRore of Jackson- people here to discuss this !I IJellnry
villa were visiting Mrs. Lola situation "with us. But In the I :
members. .,,
CIIEIIt'LE' Norman Sunday meantime It might' pay every' -
I} USE CfflllCII $ : $ Miss Ei'za Blanchard enjoyed one who doesn't know what ....-- -
.
Church
Orace Methodist
:
I luncheon with Miss Arthurine I to use and how to use It, to
Did you know thIn 00 nut of 100) hotel and rnstaoranl. In Uwt I School 0:45: a. m. Morning I 'Blanchard In Jacksonj r contact the county agent.J AREA BUS NEs"s'OIREcrORY

f'nlted! II....... un gas for cooking; Why .Is gas thntr' oholevf : Worship 11 a. m. Evening 'I'j \ .. Thursday ; )Mve.besn.jery" happy to
'(fTiof."ulio"irn reapniMlhta for preparloc pod food know Service 7:30: p. in. great number"of

that. gas brlnlis. Gui tile gosdnrao .nel'arpp.,tlrlngr ars.-nn. ; Circle. Monday D a. m. MVF I I Patatka spent\ Sunday with people have been contacting. -
Wednesday 8 p. m. I .'tJr.:" '_- _. '
.- ___ __
of food. and tliey know It's fiistmr.. rleanvr tnont dependaMsnn I First Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum Qeonca Huxgtns In regard to -- : .c. = 3::::

r l, mom pnnml..aI. .....t It logical that you should switch School 10 a. m. Moinlng\ I I and children. \ blackberries. There certainly I SALES & SERVICE AUTO SAIXACEPaul's VI.OOKS
I Mr.\. and Mrs. Maxle Reddish ls a lot of enthusiasm being .\AUTO I
; to Natural. ..
arid children of Ralford shown and those who are Interested '
: NATURAL GAS each'8:30: Wednesday p. m. MidweekService evenIng were Saturday night supper I I I In getting into the !(Barkley Motors, Inc.TRIUMPH Auto SalvageWe The Sinclair Eaton
guests' of Mr and Mrs. bualneM should make arrange-
Willie\ Buy Wrecked' Cart At
CITY" IIAU PHONi: DR( 1.231:; Brotherhood.VMU' Co.
I menu,to get their order In
TOP I I'RICES
, I .\ YW A. IIA OA meet! each first \ I
for plants at this time.GRAHAM, FIAT
All Makes & Models Used FLOOR SPECIALISTS
\\'IlEN IT'S TIME TO MO
I "f fe II1LLMAN .A Sl'NBEAII : Part
- tlttytw t v v.?vvv Y y.v I
r Special! In Teletype" ftrnkrVe Will Vynal Asbestos Tile Call


\ Come look them over! Come try them out! I ; Factory SALES.CLEAN Trained&USED SERVICE Mechanicslo CARS. Find Any Part 37S-4JU For Von.Oalnevllle Beauty For and noon Durability of GALNESYILLEMayflower, Inc.

1 Dy Mra. W. E:, Starling IUI N. M.UN 441 N. Pant Stork Yard Special 10 9c per O'x9"' Tae: Call Collect 97A-S234

They're in Phone 'U-USII Galaesvllfa J7T-4171 Asphalt Tile Starts at 9 Zc per I\INT & CLASSLiddell;
/ & our showroom noio-ready for you to see afid drive. So tomB Air t'ondltlonine. Heating: TU

., ., 1 ; on. .in alt) get the full story on the beautiful. new Chevrolet Jor 'G5. a LA a1111aa111aaa1aa.lti('AN-STARLING JEEPof RUSS'S SHEET 111 N. Main 376-8331:! Gainesville Paint &

Mr. and Mrs. Russell\ Star Family 4 Wheel Delve
: METAL Glass Co.
1
ling anloulthe marriage of

-t--------- their daughter Sylvia, to RAMBLER INC.heating HARDEN: SUPPLIES KVANIZE PAINS\ !
Donald Duncan The marriage America" nnert Economy ca:
I was solemnised In the Graham Sales. and Service .
Air Conditioning GLue Mirrors Sliding feo)
.
Baptist Church at 8 p. Johnson & Paris, Inc. .>
: Tub Enrr"b.
t m. Nov, :27 Rev McEJiioyp Ridgway Motor Co. Sheet MetalS32O .
Complete Line of
rw rfonned Ute ceremony Th Doom Windows A..nIDlC.rpcI

couple Is residing In Oalnrs-. O&bMnOle 1U3 S Main ITS-SIM N.r.. 15th T.rracJ7 SEEDSPLINTSFERTILiZERS! .- WaDimpvr' 5'!.'
-tile. O.USF MViU.R front CanMUUlton.
IA STAR!'IN'O-.NKTTt.EM' &-MM R..... 37ft-11lfl Mwn.Automatic 110 NW. Sixteenth St-
Insertkkfru.-.Pr4 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nettlesof Supplies OAINr.SnLE'I'f2,1I1I1f1'1. ; ;
: Stocker announce the m",rrUrv I B & G Motors Co. i Transmission 'W Rent Fertiliser> Spreaders'
3J4 MW' 8th Avt.
of their daughter. CADW.ICOLD33IOn3LESALES : I ..\TISG
'0:; CJittruJit Impnfa" Super Start CeJ/lll/ I Elaine, to Richard Btarllmi.on I PHONE: 17t-t47 I
of Mt and Mrs. Roy sit SERVICE: City Automatic flatneevllb"! 1"1.
i4lsrU ng, of Oraham The,
5 Chevrolet I It'l longer' lower wMcr. mender roml. .\I\.t l seen '1ul'lI....'" """". I marriage took place November Fine Selection of Used Can i Transmission, Inc. 1.\D":8 WEAR Ocala Chrome
o I uMer( handsomer swankier( km of Chevrolet. Fact U, lust about ,,m > ever. ('IIt'IU' :lit4TIw reel* N. W. UNI. RU Ill Repair .a Fsehanss: .
everything/ tlbdll.'Q) to the And! 're ItcMnj: tu, show i UoT.V I I Sunday sr-hool classes .IIUS': I7 -7SLUw All Makes and ModeUTRfCKS Nickel. Carom:rR

I| drew names for 'the Crirtrt- .A CARS Cherry'sOm Cad ntum. Metal' ytn1" .,hs:
:1 luss pacrsnt Ut Stingy flee .
B-Mrrrvrr_(._, nrnomctr Pn.TftW 1 I r Custom BufflrwrAVTIQIE
1UI1 lewd of lke City was rstn CARS!! 's fort FJthlonabl : CTJSAX1NOSILVER. '

i I the visiting I pator last asutday. "lIUIorbrod Sates Scrrtc WORK c"\a.\vrr.F.D- Address For Ladles : BRASS. COrTI'IndiMtrtal '
HI-DOST FlM DR EMS F- l'fl'A-C'OAT9 I Hard' Chron
I' rt"u": 'LI' I CraneLJncolnMercury HOt 8 Main MITtRVITTACCEMSOK: WL\. ISM XC tad A*.> OuJa
I' Rev and Mr Ctironre: Tyler Qa.--tne 111.UN DUI *- ..uT.wnmns
of JnckuKtntUle J
visited Mr I
and Mrs. ft E. 8Urm! Ust I, ((0) W, Cntrmrtty.MUSIC : Oelrnn! :.. i 1
Wednesday ""pmon,,. Mr I SM f. t............. "... ;"F.IJTnOf.) : :
SIM. Mr. Marshall Thtwll of o.lIwnt11. 373-1)91 .J I (( 4t'I'PI.it sr .
Wash' .....-\...._ f I I..nl Clwnpl.te ....." 'r !Han-cock

t"lr.n AHUSU ''uaurw Girl- .Woma..acs 1
>EU: EXCHANGE
t''ID' :
t 11Ni.a IWst.dFNrlt
aowth Main
.... ..... PIANOMGet.r.Prs..Seat
0. .. .. 371-U11 'C'I.J: T brgtr.-ACtlSeryd
8ntJth (
.New Cerva Corca .Sport CC1Ult4. I Special Dnult-fp Cooa- / TCKMft' M..VBflKUTT Dealer

OOPT.K DIRT (Central f"kryT.TeLo"

'W. a ricVr ,,{n ..\rrr tecr- ,1 llrt in ir.:l t>U tn t7t! TV DODC.Kcstn M.-t'.r1: TRtT1U6a +-+trnlre Hairstyling Lillian's Music Store Add'.DIr V.chtn Clear"1W121 C
165 Gorvair flatter rncrinf" i, rM' .\C new'onwss. WIN f.. da you """oIl>U'In" \ | College' -SERVlCERrn'
.. "' \-. far! "81' With a ah" >Vt t HIM "rot Itnti P Just 104101. Rentals j :! c.uw TOO ro.hr..tB. 'I. 1tvdw 1
ofwidef 4 "
\ TIMstri R--dbrass yM
loa r new I>aiy by rtal! ?. Lh > tit S. EL 11
= ( tnt atir+ Ioa-U uurjforc a'.galtlvol. Cab1..1L. IU1 fM.s
Poole-Gable Motors ....!. wHk red
,. .i 371.1111CnvfRETE lit t"".. C. .
That M.Streit's
tat..twllolorewrk.sSenolrs : ""
I tl' S. K. IX Armrtinvc G.ae.u:. 431 tt Main M, Oa :
t
mesas 17/GUI
to sec mom, to try in the, car' wore jftople' tiny BUICK:A m-4i4)OITL : PfOlt'ClMt7tSi8'T .


Choose.. .. a new Chevrolet. Cttevtllt, Chevy, IT. Corvair; or Concise now at your Jrolnes I $1 1 Per Day I' TJIAT ALL TOCRPEODCCT (I Bicycle TIRES
:
-- .. 'LL v's Shop
(111 4144 t 1 !1 Tropical Pontiac,
r ;; Ctardlm
.
IlRTUtLE.O Inc.TRt" e..koaa A ,.... ir-"n Town Tire Co.

ARC: TUX BB3T FROM D.r.4L-at'-r......,
i i i s IDahroer's
GATEWAY CHEVROLET Inc. rOlfTIACt2 C'1C OMC: ciXrTlt Edwards Building I' llebnreir JW, a ar.1n Tin.T.LssWMrw'B. F. coowiirn

Supply Inc. 1'r." R__ (--.-TrwMONL
I MW rh A** (lstee.W. 'wk ni. pITTCTus
I S. 301 (NORTH) ST.11U K.: .'1.\. most: H'03 G in .:.r'all Ph.ltl.1 tnl rn-:s.u a4 t Mae.r74a41OADttZnS1a. .IS w.. t.urdt, L.vGd..stlf. N. w. at>, GsMt

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I..I"/1' / 1 un,'heon at I First r to Gainesville last weekend, A I I.\ I I."ll" ,K I 1' 1 I. A \\ -I I i .il, i .t> 111.... I I IX I I. I' .. I I ,.. F i, '' /I. I''. I''I ., I I ,, i ,.i r ">. -0''i.",
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i iII Blip: ...t Church m Starke. where she is making her I, I 'i 1'o ii 1: --j "ri ,ii"? l I' *Jt.i.: .v I I U -' I IN I: I I I. ,,I I- I \\ ,a I I \'M."' I F1 I i 'I' \ I 1 ".1,I.I. I. .. ,, , , .
I."''n i rt tlit I"ii q< 1t Lin
whue Rev. C H. Luwhon.missionary home with Mr and Mr. Male i .SNIIIt 4H Wlllth, Ml-t ,,Hft.l.M I "n.im 'in .,Mill, ll .*.Httii"I li | ,, ', .. ', ......, -...:I ,1 F''r it ,-ni.; I I.I.INU ni.i\\i l \u: K'I'l ?h' \\ '. "F :- \\ '. "i ir, NN''. I'h., nf .liiitii>"ii" i I'''

Mrs. 1). E. lUll to Southern Luzon i &:oh... She has, been 1I'lnl1''lth ',i.; Wtl All'I.I VMS uf dultl: ft T>al ftlllert.Ii )' balnK \In I, I.M.\IU.NS.\ t>"r' rid.'.,ITu t>rou. "riv bClke ,' : .:vir-IV.|>l.\il'r"S.*; ;riy ....n.. I In I ST:.Nam; srt:?.' 1ftII 12 T nloh s n.a II..eo'fj':..>il K.; (1$. K.II:"NNMII)' .V SM Iti, I::'J 11 T hl's h 4 If"u...:Jt.:...FL..:. which. t'ldl.l '! ,la the 4iu. d"1 i inn' ''
]Inland I i t LI< Citfr of .....lIto..... slab I I til. County nt ....r..rct. 1411\ of .Ir.aitl'orL" Fkoue 463.1161Aaaauaalauuuaaaa./ in the Philippines will Mr. and Mrs! Vernon Porsyth | >*e : l.liWAltim:! Mom' ha rn i..tii"rs 'l.'.1 .It 4up l ntt-d thin' :loll: 'av' .f t D. u
be the featured for the last several months. n( i l-nuilda' ',I of FtnrldH t I All or "."l. ,,,,>nr' heron li) ,lily t'ort'All I i I.tt. i .ni l
, speaker.! t'ales. etch e..ltlo.. o1. t'nlpiwurh. mtrtlfkntaj' iy.It Ofi'tifmmi'o1" tin L'UIIUII of 'Kriiiirnril.. 141..1. o' siiIA, ,I11 .MI.,....ItC" '.. "+ ,
A" church-wide covered-dish I' :Mrs. C. R. Cos.. Mw Norma o.til'1 t&u.! ahal boo r'dr.mwlaroordlha >',- 'l\rh-ut.\ .. aluill" ha r".o\. i .. xIINlI l| .or nl..onijMl I of Klui.iliaI ., ,the I'tnintv nt. Hi 1 "If 'I -Mli'I> "v'Iw i i rl 1 I. ., ,b,.
VTA :Member. hear i iJurnlle supper on Saturday anti Mrs. Charles ; lo iriw the. ,pr.ip.'rt| I i i-i-rtllnn. to .Inw. ilio. (imp, .. I ,Inw. fh.. hrvlp.rltI ( I 1111.I '... '"th .rrtiii. ,It .uli. > ?.r ..f Klnrltla' ,'I 1. rh. n"' '
evening Sweeney p .KiUhtMl. |III .....h f.*l Ufit AI.> "I4ertlileat.a ,': dvin-i. ,'U*..ii l\ Mid Ii t..rtlft, ..Hitw I' mi.'li' i-i-iU/Uul.' MI i IM llf it ill r t Hllull.. b.. ,n ,ilt.Wi'il I'nl4" .nh. II I ". .U',.., .., ,,,, ".
Judge 1 Dec. 19, will l climax the, | f'1: rker ilrore' to Maccfenny{ on > will lie mild' tu lhNllrhr ,..I I I mrtlfKHt.* will bo" *....it to t>iMira, to tilt ",','ul'a' tit law th> 1'i'M'ert1 1 1 rsrlNlralr. -I...ill ,r'le .If 1" I .
Judge Theron Yawn spokeon Hampton church's emphasis i I Sunday 'laist, week to visit M Itld.lt-r. a' ibr uurtIIMUT I HlmhfHi 1 bldti. .Ire'''t ; .... at (..* court r r wPIIWA. III. mm.It t'."it u in 10.a,tint, oi. a. .."III.1 s I.. I I.
,doer on Ihit first Mtiutlin .> "... dear on. .h.- flra'M'a1Aa{ I '". lrit :MnnJajr). !! ,'..a'r".I"' mil' ha sold, 'I.. tin ,
our juvenile courts and the problems of our young and the Lottie Moon offering I Orann.. whl.-ii, Stb's 4th du) i>t January \\Wilch U tn.. 4tlL our o' ) 4th day of Jane.; kau n dotr Cal Ida fli" <*'> MidnIn ) I'

people at the regular meet- Various groups of the chUrchmhulunary i I Mr! and Mrs. Leaaton For- 1btaA, It" this Snd day uf hwru',. j I, seer\\akd' lit*.'.ilila Jhd Any of H...,,\ I tad dy or Omnm-i %. k4ihl Mttltiit I I. Ihr,..r'tli.lamimit' tln) .if. .I. I'I MERSEREAU PLUMBING

Inp of Hampton Elementary organizations I svth moved recently from I hu, _f. I 1' r71 IV44'ViMmrlai. I Cry .IIHI lu"r.1 I
1 TA at the school auditorium Brotherhood WMU: [ YWA. their house trailer into the .Ill:.' I .IS&.' I.) or'I t: [Mld' 1 this Ind day of 1 L'C' .
t' aIre .,. nartijr.I'lerK A Imrhr I I Ir" A DHrhv bier. l'1a4.' ,
Tuesday evening; last week. He 'CA. RA and Sunbeams will 1 I j house near the east end of'I at .i"lrcult imirl' oft ;. rk lit, trUM (*i>iirt I Il.rmlfurd "'1.... ull. Court, s r ISBAI.) mII"WI1EU:( ; : : : (; ( : 12 1
stressed the need for a >>ta te- take part in planning and I I town where M..... Ina Knight I >rkdfoid. County florid. ,: I'uuiii'v, lltiritlii' t".nlllt'. 19n'edaU (flwitlii A Harlivdark I
aupported home for juveniles participating In the supperand' ', formerly lived I I I It 5 4t IJ.J4Xollot fit i It I '> __ :! 1 4t ,I) *4I of, i Ii* lilt .'".''rt., | ofhrlllllmd \VII.I. UK: 0l': .\1.1 Ii
'I' ,. .u I Mil III'* l I"I"I" lAU I II
'where those( ch1IJr:without program 'I Of ,1pui.alI.i toe .15, \.tlct/ >' Of ,lpill.afiiiIlirrt. r.r I Mltll.Mili>n Kur '1'., I : I It I I. Jl
1 ...... l heed
parental 1 font
xupui-VMion Office Announce
might
IIEILHRONN I ...... '. 'I ..l.l... tf> H. 24.HOURS A DAY
receive ('8'e.: Holiday' I 105l1115Nnr/ra 'I. .. ,lal.le.. ". .. \all.'. tit lpptlcNll.w t.... tat,
understanding.and "Open" llmir *, iil% rn that'
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BAPTIST CHURCH I In Ilsrshe nit tin Hint :X.-il; I '"' l L. lt.rilt\' sit n ,, .. ..
schooling according to The Hampton pustofnoe ha. .1 T. J. .'JoI..r.n. till li..iil.-i. ,1' orMi T .1 .\lilfiniMll. Ihh.4r. ..', I ,. (tir liultlor of .... 151,1.i INnliia -'. 4.
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Sunday ,
their needs rather than be Already shown an Increase inbusiness i Morning. School. 10m '' ,,. fi.I1.'n.|| i .,.'itirirnii. ., hast'ird ... 'Ihirotl<*wtnK. inti' tin'. tttt,.a ,"' ',...irw erttli4ar..I,t<<* f( r'*K ha mi '*' :. !I. li,lt>' .wlvi-n, .thai. DAY-CALL 9til.J2H! : !)l lNITE
Worship.
left to 11 am Mid eenlfi Sites r.ii a tat rili'il! Mill' >'.*i-tifi4-i4i-. >i n T J AldMriktnn '".* tt their own devices In with the approachinghollt'IlYs. ; Training Union 7 ili .d to l 10. f...ii.d thrri-i.ii Tne daril "ly be l I'*illitl' t/l5I'rnn/ I i l i *II.Of1 Ih.I. Tht the fMlowhle r.rlldsatr.. ,hot
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toe many': csses."Llttelbugs" and Mrs. Mary Wit fling fi' (tl IfKile, n'Unil.riH and ) rnrt ofAsr'laurr' eertiritaiin"' \>(" + Cud >i'. UainM\\ Worship. 8 pin Prayej/ I II I '. Chit| ilvwrtttn. .| >n of I"h. I uf ifirttiiint-t: tin. ,,1..rrlpr: i *ti' I I : ;' li ilaj".. riytloii, or .i..l C.. l r... l 4tll. ..tt tllvrit' 1 lttrtifl <
was the name lltl\1ltAter. announced I | mill Ii. iianicff Iti
p Meeting ,
Wednesdays 7:39:: fc>m t I pn-l> ry.( :dud 1 Ihr lmnl.-, < In i lit "*" |iiiri> nntl. 'tii4 1 itMit.-' i alp nniQltaiH miti' i.Mirati
of a musical play presented I thin week that the poslofnce'would : Rev. Cnirlej: Harrer ptstur. ;, nhl;i'< K It wa. a.rrswrd I air ufCltv N "10'Ii II uaa aaiw.*tiwil,\ MI', e.rr.rd 141- II Ml i I if :l.mmii./ !., t iitw :ilvai I .rlininn uf t'
to the 1-T.V fcy Mrs: and be all Clll'HCII toll"wr1C"I'tlfl'SIIt. : f.ll.M l v .'" Vim.. .tliM.. |I" poll ri\ tiiii,. I iha lie.nrl, In, T. I. MERSEREAU; PLUMBING
second open day Situr- OF GOO .ilY I I -
No Y.- .. .
11- ar IVi'tlfltifta' Nn. S-*'it 1'\ u h. U. 't i 11,1.' *mfMiitd. ara RfollllWH. ,
grade rooms under the1, I dnys until Christmas and also, 472 .V. St. Claire. SUrke" j .r 1..n'.1.. I ISG! :: or ............. "lit. > of lattnani-tt. 1'iA; '. .
direction of Mrs.! .nil J
Sandra < day on Thursday next t -

fcpooner and 1 )Irs. Juan Na- 'week. I, J: _.::: .:. =':--= : .,.;::; c ": ._ =.":: .i::" ':: S .'t .. :. :==:-f"-=-. ..j-... _' _" L. :.. liors. Packages should be mailed'us '
The PTA !. Tliv'' 4 ''r,'.', t..... Or YI"i.IJa I ''I
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has repaired the soon as .
possible now for 4ah15arhel.l, .
.1..It.
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wings in the school play delivery before Christmas I .' ft....'.'.1 1 sr.IL Ylurlra, lno. 1,1,

ground. After inuring half Mrs William said, and all( 1 c a.a..y. i.

the proceeds from the PTA I I parents should be well-wrnp. ,I Wtl.l.MM_ 1'1'IU'iHi">IK:: :. "',..In I II Dahmer Offers You FUN FILLED !

carnival and half the PTA 'ped with Names and addres-' lilt MI nl l lwiffiiun Bc.Ir.Eh6Tht. t' IIvS! :
funds at the I
beginning of the see clearly' marked. Zip 'code NO-TICK UW IO"IT"

school year, with the school numbers should be used on all 1 In The Nallia. Uf The Stall' v

for educational supplies, there packages'! Christmas. curds i' Kl To"rl<>a FMftAltGTH .- i I
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litiKHh I
l.i approximately( $3oo in the and letters. Christmas cards log MaoArthiir. Him DAYS

PTA treasury, according to sent first class receive faster. .Uaahlnarion.'Dent'ire ut,., i l U. r I 3

the report glen at the meet handling. nnd this year's live You. ale! h", .t.,. noiirim. 'iitii' ,l
ing. .
Trash. On iirituaht .....,n.\ you.. b "' ".
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Streets l |
mat In four ."
cornea different I
|I LIAM IUI.IK| I |In the ('I... nil i
I.* l'eunrl Topic, i designs showing tradition!
Street obstructions, and 'Christmas green with red I tuna ttln' fur Uradranl, Conaiy" V .. ,
anti ..
| Intl
I aiv n i .01.* .vtin I _
trash dumping along roads around i bows. !, nt'iiiiMl, itrdwrvHl' I aful r...1'|'. ," I II
the city of Hampton | Christmas cards sent for flit/ )o.ijt.. nrltd-n urtNttii. ;

was the topic of some die' four cents fruxW thv itivlalUI' '\ 'iflul. I l.g-
use postage are not to.' n> aloe at City Council meeting' be ao.ilert.! and go as third 1 i' iiilll-.l' IHIIW. I in. tin 'tin' ''. '"fi I

Tuesday night. Dc('. 1. ...lullYu&lI.. >tri.. Maywcxxl j i i I !II.It!*. .anl Clark.. l ftr<>f n lh! rlrr i 'till C..un'" I

According: to city ordinance :Mottlier! poatofnie .....llltant.111 I I Florid. i. In hht Itfiifiturd office I'muiy In Hit -- I

the penalty for conviction for \\ be working with Mrs.I .l i iV i'urthi.uat ,In elm' ka* Florid< *
: nil ur .before tin .lYl 4rtV ..r'' AT THE FAMOUS "SANS SOUCI"MIAMI
obstructing. stieuta or dumping \ illiamiduring) rush hour January. .\. .Ii. Is45 l .n.. 1 I" /I
trash along city streets is 30 during rthe bOat week or so ) JUTVJJ' a ii'iy( of ."* h.....rr .If i ...
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days In Jail or $25 fine bi-foie ChrlntViih' t F| df-n> ...am.n... hulsr'handler.' I I III !
|.U'CrIL L' ".I. 4 train., I'IrlnIIfrM ,
Various plum for providing 1 IVroiiiiuU/ 1|I ..It",,,..v. 'hitrvUi.\ fttaiiN, BEACH LUXURY HOTEL II
winter recreation at the city Mrs Jeff Baker and Mrs' I, uldr.n|| .. ,In .I- II llu. 1Llni l ., /'
\K.| Florida, on "r b"'n>r. snot ,
hall were discussed such .a.* i iue.it 1'ertla'lawklns' spent, .,'''eraldol d1' {t. Ma rrquir' h| ih* !I..<% of I
ern movies on specified :, )'* in Tallapoosa.. fa a. last1 I ,r1"r/4a. Ir >'..u fen t.. ,il I.i .<'. ii t I

nights etc. No definite action week, where they were salt el'I''' irn.1 iaslunwYJu,,, ..r.r t. will,UK*I'A r.llrf an '

will taken. by the death. of their brother.Herman tl i iiandrJ. 'In tn. Ciitu|>lami.. With Each Purchase Of l lI

I Although not present. II. A Bhuly till Vuu aatmi\ 5r.* i..rlir uf said suit niilldril' la: fur Ihiit M I,

(Ace) Johnson( Bent word of Mr Sheal/' killed< In an .It'\'..,,.. '

his resignation as city marshal accfitent, on a 'TI ilroa' crossIng 1 Jl in hi-rliy' ri t I hut. I hi.
-1 I oftlrr anil nitlli-r. .11..', ,1.. l Itul.
due to his moving to near his farm home at t ll.ll.d.. Krf Hl...k f",.r tout.. i I
Starke i Tallapoottii, when he wa .Miatn-utrvc, ..'.-.'),. III. 'ill llra.l. \ r

"Stork' "Shower driving. back home from lakIi >ford>..|>.,roulity.nubltahxl Talt-arauh in .... I JI. I1 New 1965 Motorola COLOR TV
lI..n.1: ,.*, llrimn {1 ing his wife to woik. H I1 bradfitrd. \:......... Flt.rl.U .r..j !

Mrs La mar Brown was survived. by his wife unit 19- I,, a Umar.vln.,,rtl. .a ,l-i.iinty......ral, otrvnlarlon Ki| >rMa.' ''It'',

= guest of honor at a stork year-old son and hla father Nlhu.na. my Kami .* .'1",It >ff
" shower Thursday night. I>ec. Lien Shealy who has .been I lit. \ 1 ,, of U,...-

3, at Hampton Baptist Church !' visiting In Hampton with: hl 5 sat. sttMialdhnday' m.rartI .... I

with/ women of the WMU as hostesses. I S. Horne and Mrs. Betty 1144Churl.Itla fad a'J Of UM-aitnlwr A. It.

Games were played. with I I :May Mid daughter of SUCcorxe U'.41.'' ; PREMIERE SHOWING LUXURIOUS VACATION INCLUDES

- prizes going to Mm. Paul L. I 9. C spent the .. A. n.rhr, rivrk :

- Kates.!: Debbie Hill. Debbie Thanksgiving weekend herewith Lrl:Hr: U'Ib-ulHh Clerk I M. Man4i I

Carter Mrs. George Kennan i J \\'. Horn, and otherrelatives. I 1r'1t: i 12 !4 r' '
and Miss Myrtle Ann Hmson 1---- :I:1 6 3 Day At'I'Hoautiful Sans Souci Motel, --

I Bouquets of fined flowers dar- I Mr, and Mrs Rothelle Jones ""D f.....,. J.der'. loci. ill : On The Ocean.

' orated the party room, with' ,and children moved last week I A... .... ......,... t...... I Directly

fern and candlelight circling |f rom their home In the north : In rh.rida.r. r.mlutr: 'at .:..|.1. Thorny ill t II IliilinirnMotorola' I

the punch bowl on the refreshment ,piut, of town to the house kin. .... 4-.*._fl..NOT1CK : l S O sight.Seeing Cruise Among. The Venetian

table. Refreshment! of ,next: to Mr. and Mr. Lester Tn CUKIMTIIRM l ) /
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, All rr*< ) cakes and, punch were a..r'eolto 1.1,141. r of Ihc ,l i if Isles In Discayne Day.
MrCulloiigh.Thanksgiving. ThtuykifL da el, ar.
the 20 present! after opening 1 IeP.by anllfieA. : : and ::.IYir.d l l.i '. r ...* ,
guests at the I, ">Je. any: < ..,.... ..r iloiiMnd I f
of the gifts I,home"of Mr. and Mr. J 1 A.VMI.Iams trimly .lh.r mar .bar .H>|IUM O I I'rfc Golf Champibn.hip 18-Hole Course.O
I ...r.1(11'II.' *...'lo'n'. \ mid, algae In u... ofriio .
of th.
were their, wn-In 'i .MiMts,! JiidUfi. nNnAfuM new color I tube. I Urrrtanfular. } lttld ,1
Topic| nlrrk I I law and dauthter. Mr. and '
| I'fiunijr.' rlrlAe| In It iixirl nut founJ1
Hampton Baptist Churc. VXI ,'- Mrs William fowler and chit h......, f\\ PI'atS'y' ri"'KI. ,. mllili/ Th.m..an.ytl\ll.tamOrf'! "Free Breakfasts. Dottle Of Vintage ChamI *
I U Is the week' of ala l cai.n.lar l nt.>nflia fr*.ni 1".r >>. I
observing! ,,dren and their son, Aaron I Li* .Ilir rirx. labile. .. all'.. >.a. n.' I natural looking picture-th* ,
prayer for foreign missions. Williams'i all of Jacksonvilleand \ this. a.nl|, r l-:.ih 'imm, n r d. same. charHp, e. your nvxlarntUirk paRne SerV)fd! I Immediately I On Arrival.I
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this week" at the church withmeetings mand 1 .wi.t IKm writing. aiW
I their non-uvlaw an ,
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Monday. Tuexlavand ,daughter. Mr. and Mr. Arthur '| dviHr must .lilts.<4 poal in*offal alder.."r...,..rod. "' "i t of the picture u.n. t elm! .
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< 0 Floor Shows
murnlngs at the Ik* rlalmant/' sad Dancing Nightly Cocktail Par
Thurmlay I Red'hnr' of Lw1ay. 'I mum I" plMHy. ett.-o1Tt. ,
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.wws Iw br cl*.liaiaal HI
church.The :Mr and Mm. .U O. John I .erel(. ur ala .".,_|.r, "T ,H* I :" 111e picture's. bigger than ty Movies, Dingo Moonlight Swimming
theme "Worship Christ" I Mnd family moved J last. west. I i Mill. -.' nn T.I4 ._raia. I" ordinary round rolor tub ,
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the King" i Ia the topic for the I r into their new!' home which I lOt.........r lab t*.4I .Hi-23 inrhra overall dug- Free Chaise Lounge and Pads, Free Water

dally programs cmphmjilBinx I they t recently parrhanod. from I :.r.*.<.in* W Th.n...kl... tube S74 In. lrtur. MOTOROLACOLOR i
the need for and offerIngs Mrs I Evelyn Haney who has .. .....10''.".. ',. of (tae 1'':..... at m a.; .!aq. Ski Lesson.
prayer ..r.rt the tub is I
Kilfll: Th'wf>*>li .Inp 4aa4. vieiftinc I
J for 'various mission needs i moved. to Key.tone Heights Th "'..a. a "l'l 1..r- s pproiimately & .inch: .
throughout the "world %fr. :Mark! Norman amiMrs I A.s.y..r |.. .llrlftntriotube. rwad l :V 1 TV
'I ordinary
rot, :". .\ .rlh T.pl." Are. .
Friday morning< at .1O :3O] the 3 C It Co spent W..t_ .Ptl.rkn. ...ri... Ho rabinrts. can t be> .. ,

Hampton WMU will' "join>' o en In the New River A'-'I.' r with the
I. no_ 1 ...... .... 0' I
5..s. ... JN. _...... 1 1..1. 't..I GUAIITT IITMI ADO TO T9UIor 1.1, 23.INCHINIOYIUN'f i
P'...14. ,1. ,.. r.. .re4.d .
I_..,. I. & .......,. MOTOHOIACOIOK tt -- .a- -. --- I
MARKETCold .... (,. 1.1.45 arCTAUUlU T? RECTANGULAR J''
W.1tsr I ......, .'.''.'..rr. .. j Only : ,
''- M K '''r ,..'..*....1.t ....I a*.'.'. ..11 '..II ._I.01 rr ;'
Storage Grocery Store un, \."|'Ys"TI.PJ .. cllt.4t/f I.' ,, 8 .' I&r t'.Ut. 5Tpx5 I -.. asst ... --.. y. Y I 1A / t I
M, KM M jK>*rMl ,
"I' N ...'a IU h..... .., .... '' ..r ra I I -01 f..laNp I 'Vi $5
4......... Maas r.su.n ,.. 'MP .......,t MfAr.1.q ......1 t e Bigger picture 1 0 I
.r. .... ... ...tiN.4 II... __a ..44 tab-y h, D ....
a "i "f r 4,, a sae | to waul ITurw lattnevt I.e.Mrl.Via. a r ) I
f J o' ". > = of ik.a. j'{ .. CM. ....w. ..e",". More natural shapol 1 Down I
r w ... ...fi tl,4',,. a.. ..we4 "
.. r.4..ri. 1. Ii j
A r a a t oo. f .. ...lee ,w'r ', ,' A.I every *.l" iel'fmtl ..,.1.. X; a !
e w '. .. a'pi.ia', .. ...91-.1... r.4t fa ..41'm., attractive cabinets t '
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1a 1" ." 'r'. .n..n.. { V.w. \:. > -- .*.* aartt, .. !<- ---. '
A ..... 12 .... I'
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u"' .4.r sC .. .' Ar ..... ..-. I, il '
,tk.tit.',. MI prier 'be M ar tlaa wL1'.i e1''" i. ;;:... laMr ::;: CADET 12" PORTABLB YV 1'1

i .. ../ .I.. ...> IMS ,!i AW .ef. w JI'tAae..f r .r _..___.. ___ ,ll I
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,,1m w II/ Sat pitch ." ...; "--t. d.aepeS ....... Peer.hurl! taa fW
. .1 ae t'- ..,.., t.C ,,. .n' -.. -.._ .... -'saw.' Ma ...,
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t..,.. ., IM. ... ......_ ) jy I a*.....BUr>...... .j sa.a.ti/lr'r., I'I'"I ,

,. .' "..*.1* ,lka. M air r i ii "' Mil' ILL'1. ( *'. TV" VMr -. m ... fi/ -.v* W la* .....,.. .
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Bradford County''elegraph'



STARKE. FL.\.. TIICRSIMY. OFC. 10. uta
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Farmer's ;MAHISON STREET: : 730 p. m. IVC. JI-n.t IMS High graduate of RJE High School
Diary
NAPT1ST flll'KCII i Mt. Flaeah.. AME Church. ,School In Starke. Delegates In Starke and entered the

1 Rev. RoM pastor. Sunday will attend from 16 corwrefiaUon.i : / Army last July, completing
s.. 900 '
By MeCarray: Block West Madison St.
School. 10 with Mrs. In .
a m. South 0.01'111.and basic training at Port Gordon.
Sunday Ser.Ices Sunday
Anna Wrlnht in charge. Prayer Northeast Flol'lda.Arranj'mt'nts Oa.
School 9:45: a. m., Morning
Meeting each Saturday at for the assembly RECEIVES: HONOR
fuel bill There's the'
bigger Worship 11:00 I : a. m. Training ,
7:30: p m are In charge of Willis Airman 1st Class Charles
car truck and tractor to worry -
Union. 6'15 p. 1\1., Even-
Mt. ZionIE Church. "MrCollum.. presiding minister Cuvlngton, son of Mrs. Lola
Why Not A Bid From BradfordAs .\,-,- mention about the freezing water. up.. not pump.whl"h to. {I| I ln#Wednesday Worship. 7:30: &p'rvlcC's-m. LAtt.y; Rev. :o.It'KnlJthtIt" of the congregation\ Hi Covington of 413: Utah St.. .

the' tor. Sunday School: 10 a. m. Is A native of Montgomery: has been selected Maintenance -
watches -
temperature
? .. and cracks Ms head |I Family Night. Inc: Prayermeethtg. ; with IJnwootl 1 Crawford or Ala. but lived In LVtrolt.MUh !Man of the Month In his
Site Of Proposed New Junior College 7.30: p. n\ Rev FclJ- James Houston Jr In charge : for It yours before I! Strategic' Air Command
when' It dips below 33.
a .
er L. Howan. Pastor I
i r I Morning service 11 a. m., moving, to Stnrkr to curry on I I SAC I unit at !McCoy\. AFB.Tnmpii .

Until now, it has generally been gestion in the cities literally feeds i We know our old Finneiran, love. Feast Holy Communion.' : his ministry Hi. wife also di>- .

assumed that the itself while small towns con- re'I began IIn''f'slnaII" coughing! FIRST U'TIST 6-30 p. in I'fllYt'rIt't'lInll: votes I 100 hours month to AII'm11C'ovlnaton., a machinist -
"
; proponed new junior winter "
upon That mild w e w each: Thursday nltrtu.' "1'Chrllllml.i \[' the missionary services of was chosen: for the
college to serve Alachua and Bradford tinue to stagnate.But supposed to have sure got at reports of a cold! wavecoming Ii Clll'IUII, StAKKK: .
and unless he proiirmi\ will t>> I aiding\ local citizens' tn lit bio honor In recognition of his
Counties would be located in Alachua getting away from the moral I knocked In the head when a made to run al! nijht wa by Sermons for Sunday Dis; hold! Thursday night. Doc :24Dcthlrhrm I utilityIiocnt. I cxempl.iry conduct and duty
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preferably on the north side of Gaines- aspect we can foresee one very tang-I cold: wave blew In on Dec 1. dripping fauct'ts. he'd shiver ,,13: Morning What Mannerof Frey Will tiup-\ j resident ore .encouraged performance Ho 'Is" assigned

ible value that would work for the ': resulting In ice at some place '' and shake. and finally pop his Person Oiiitht; Ye to Be? list Chui-cl Rev outs McK \ to attend weekly m4't.t-1 I U> the 833rd: Air Division,

ville.At a recent PTA meeting, a State benefit of Gainesville by having the ': and nipping tender' vegetation/ head oven in fiiweu protest.All I I lit Peter 3-111: !:Vt'nlllll- v pastor Sunday, School tugs at the 1'llIlIdoO111111 of which support tho SAC mission

! Department of Education official, in new institution located in the north- : at others. At that we were I' The Cost of Compromise (Exodus 1:4.ft.: m. with I.. C. Mc- Jehovnh'a witnesses, and also I of keeping the nation's
for wind preventedfrost
lucky: 3:1: :251. Cutchcon In charge Weekly tho forthcoming alsernblySrltl'ICE Interrontlental missiles! and
of I :
in' which
of Alachua County or makes us wonder
to direct to part
question ern northeast
answer a as that night, and a I
: :MEN: .
why tn lluht of this jet Schedule of regular services: activities as follows Monday Jet bombers on constant alert.A
what our chances for having the proposed South Bradford. Gainesville interests wind the next night I am and atomic marvels some SundlVorshlp.. 11 a. m., nlftht. Senior Choir! rehearsal. Pvt. Henry\ L. Cohen, son graudnte of RJE High

new college located in Bradford have long desired to have Highway' raised the temperature above very bright pump engineer/ 7:30: p. m. Sunday Sehtol 7 p. m. Tut\ ."luy" night ChrUtmiui of :\frll. Corn M Cohen of I School Airman Covlngton attended

County would be, answered "practically 24 (Gainesville to Waldo) made into the danger. point.. can't come up with a trrwe-! 1 9:45: a m Training Union PI'llt'U.,1'Vt'dnl'sd.1Y 711 E.: Drownlee, 81.., has. been' I ItMhllt'd Ritwimi' Waters Col-

non ."-or words to that effect. a four-lane highway. At present, the 't proof motlol Landing on the 6 IS 1 p. Wednesday prayer I night prayer meeting, Thursday to the! 101st Airborne !' It'ItC in Jacksonville before entering

: The argument for the location of traffic count warrants this between t 1 Our "Christmas"through flowers that- moon is a dandy idea, but ': Meeting. 7.45 p m. I nluht latdliMi Circle meeting Division at Fort Campbell! the service

the college in or near Gainesville is Gainesville and the Sperry plant but polnlW'tUas1Ot threat without harm but early i I personally we'd rather have a and Junior Choir rehearsal Ky. Cohena entered the Army'In '
of the traffic count is pump wlurh laughed at afreeao Friday nluht Prayer :May: I 11X14 and completed' ,
based primarily on the fact that the north Sperry this week another roldj I ri.t.tlo NolrbiMik i.20 al the Meeting and i
Saturday night I basin training at Fort OordonO
I' majority of students would come from insufficient for four-laning. With the I| front headed this way and we ,, TtU: GIL\I'h. X Can Circle meeting I II OS

that area and it would be more practical location of the new junior college crossed: 1 our finders. Well cut I'!' riltCt'IT ASSKMIU.YJohovah's :: a.I'vt 70to
Raymond death of
north of Waldo a long step forward ,>, the blooms when a hard ton i I
to transport; the lesser number of Witnesses The I '
I Pvt. I Raymond Henth. son of
freeze comes, but tn the I Imeantime NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
been taken bringing
would have
, students from Bradford to Gainesville toward the hx-al unit la busy preparingfor has been assigned to the :3ml. 666

than it would be to transport the larger the traffic count for Highway 21 beautiful blooms we're enjoying in their na- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY the srml-unmml, Circuit Armored I Division at Fort .flees

Ii number from Gainesville to Brad- up to required standards for four-lan mural setting. I Awmtotv .'hlrl11I hI'l held I flood. Texas He 'Is t11.I''! .
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ford County. ing. .

This is a strong argument, of course It is our understanding that the I But spoaMn I of pretty pictures ANMMINCICMENT! : I under the direction of Mr*. Ttll DRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
-but not necessarily an overridingone. present joint Alachua-Bradford committee you .houle see the! Mr and Mrs Wesley E M. F White All members QRI(

I Other considerations involv exploring the need for a junior ( many berry planting, Jenkins of llu.'thorite announce i 1 and friends are Invited to at- 7p ESTABLISHED' IO7O
are
the I
I throughout the area which approaching mar- tend Morning service at II
in the two counties Is not
ed. Whether or not these other factorsare college empowered are growing\ big, fine, dttp- l-tare of their' daughter Mrs At :3 p m Choir No 2 will Alan I: L. MATTHtwa. CDITOM: AND PUBLISH
,o : strong enough to offset the transportation to make the final selection of green plant, Incidentally, the Msbrl 1 J 11, of Starke. to I pnrtlclpttte In the Choir Unionat !

f angle might be debatable, site. That will be done by a permanent 'I plastic mulching !sure helped Willie Fleu-jer' of Opulocka>> Oreatrr' Allen' Chapel. AMC' P'LOlt.OA'. OLD'." ""..IILY Ntweit. PuaiKHto CON.

but we do think the case is strong committee to be appointed later after last Thursday night when we! The wedding will take place" Church F: enlnw service ..1.I'\ TINUOULV UNOIH THe CAMS MATHCAO

enough to warrant communities other the interim committee has made its I had a "gully-waaher" of a at 4 p m. on -cembrr 37 at I p. m. I gTiot%

I than Gainesville putting in bid for report as to need and feasibility.' storm that flooded this 1109 Pine Street in Starke Mt Morlah MetlvxlUt : PU.LI.HIO IACM TMUMVOAV AND CNTIHCO Ae *CONO CLASS Matte. AT TM.

a We believe, however if Bradford | tion. II'C-j Relatives and friends' of the Church. Rev Clarence Hleer' I POST Orric AT STAKN" FkA.' UNO* ACT Or. MAHCN .. ,..,..
I the college--if they have a suitable couple are Invited I I
I IBack Services' will britln
I, site to offer-and leave it up to the County can come up with a suitable [ In the day when the SCHOOL NEWS: '' welt pastor Church: tk"hool.t 9 30 I IN THM THADM AHF.A ONH Ytr.A1tJ.II; \ > . SIX MONTHS 11.00
site selection l committee to make the site near our southern border, it wouldbe The PTA mretlnu was. held SIX
I' berry beds were' unprotected.' with Wlllliun Holland In otJTHinn TUAIIIQ AURA ONtO TRAIt C Oct MO.VTHH u.aa
final choice. We see no reason why in order for us to make it known I a rain like that would have' Wednesday nl ht. t>v 3, with charge love Fast at II I

Gainesville which has been so richly that such site is available and offer { washed soil away from the j William Holland vice president 1101, CiMTMnunloti/ p m All !

> blessed already with institution. of a It for the consideration of those: who plants necessitating the plow i presiding.- The program members and friend are Invited I

. similar nature should be the will make the final selection. Inc\ out of the middles. .nd committee piennnUil" the to attend these" service..
only I I choirs from BeUilehero FreeWill !
community to submit a site for Similarly, if citizens of the Waldo rebuilding the beds Tlien.I Qrrnter Allen Chapel A ME:
con-
Baptist Church and Rb.neter -
sideration. area can offer a site proposal, we j \too valuable fertiliser would Church Rev/ U A. Sampson.
would welcome have \leached out, and that Church, who presentedan !Iastor Sunday School at 10 I
having their In '
In fact in these name musical
l days of rapid trans- meant labor and expemw. Inspiring proiiriun.
more i m.. with M1 I t.
b portation. when a ride of 15 or 20 the pot also. If Bradford County is But with plastic protection Report cards: will b! l/uiiej i 1 Frsslrr In charm MorningService
eventually ruled out then perhaps the to parents at the regular PTA
miles Is looked the beds weatheredthe
. upon as a negligible I: at II. with Junior
Waldo location would stand chanceof meeting on Jan. 0 All parents
a
factor in driving downpour.
.
getting .
. a person to work or Churctoba..nlnll a pr-
to s'hool-we cannot see' why this serious consideration. A location In I and guardian are askedto CltrlsUns program. At :3 I p.'m. .
cooperate for the betterment << -
should' he the determining factor in the Waldo area would be much more i We haw a new pet-an unwelcome the Junior Choir Union
of the child and schoolC
I placement of the beneficial to Bradford County, than' one, that 11, Alice I '' will be held at Greater Allen
proposed junior col- C Anderson principal ,
, let. one some 2o) miles' away. aaya it U a polecat black | The Coronation will tM heldat ( Chsprl" r,,
Our students with a white bam) around Itt Not 10' All officers of
already have | "
. It seems' to us that accessto B p. mon Dee 10. Miss"'
an argument, nwk. which comes up to the i
established junior colleges at Lake ruE for 1084-6A will bo I Orratcr Allen Church are ask'
equally strong, could be made for placing carport at night rooting [ I led to meet alit the pastor" at1pm
City and Palatka. both in the neighborhood crowned in the soltoul csfttorium. -
J the new institution outside' of the of round looking for feed a.'I'I I Suruisy. Is>, 13. In a I I I I
40 miles in
.
commuting.cli"tan'e. .
traffic-ridden conjrentlon of the Gainesville ,I GIRL KfOITH | builnes" meeting An ofllrUl
Therefore, a junior collegeIn AU of thla place\ u* In a Wrdnv-'I/,
complex, which i Is bad now and The Otrl Hcout! will meet meeting' will be held
steadily becoming worse into an area Gainesville would not offer much d>heate position, for while |, each. Jofonc".tS, : p m in day. n *h'. IJo-c> 10
inducement from the standpoint of we want to be hospitable, w at 1 )Mx-rwwr. ,luiitut, Ciiiirrn.ll .
relatively free of /such hazards' and Il x>m :33: Friday murnlng
Inconveniences, where there would be travelling distance. A junior college' have definite reservation about T 30. All girl Interesting In ..v K I U Roblnsut pastor ,, TRADE-IN SALE!
of''
who la easily
plenty of room for future In South Bradford County, or north of' a guest Joining are akrd to sttetMtlirKIII Sunday l Hchool.: |10 a m with
expansion.' fended and baa the mean to I[
Waldo '
would be '
An much more advantageous '' ( Nt.'"'' Hupt lUrwmM Ilrmtk incltarve
argument could also be made make hi. displeasure"' readily J
however, and would be centrally Bethel Baptist& Church Rev" Cliolr rehearsal will IM
from a moral standpoint' apparent OUVM all we can do I
nothing located to draw students from I A. Vlnaon pastor, will have held each Wednesday' nlgttl
else for an' 1 11 get. a giant size can of deodorant |
spreading
Home of these area service starting\ with 8un.t..., before the third Hundar.. I.,

state-supported rather' than crowding institutions them Into around analrf'ady stone Hampton encompassing Heights Melrose: ,Brooker.and Hawthorne several Ijiwtey other'Key., ,' best. and S.hope. for the School religious at 0 a.fUnutrlp m Mlowrd shown bra fleeting 16. for each Choir: Thursday No. 3 Prayer aL i Trade your old 8 to 10 pound washer NOW forI


We institution-blessed community. towns not now close: to a junior col- We like the story about the I
continually: deplore the trend to carpenter on a Job who *at

urbanization that Is threatening the lege.We ahray* fussing. about one
very existence: of small town throughout see no reason why Gainesville thing or another It seem hU I I
should' be the c* LpjcrLrtt"BIG
the nation yet little, if any. planning for the only community to bid boas caught him staring at FLORIDATHEATRE
I ill done to help reverse' this new junior college. We !strong I handful of nails, and asked
un- Iv suggest' that the citizens of Bradford what the! trouble was. Th
healthy trend. When
the I
time
that come County and the Waldo area get carpenter ss. d. "I ant use
something tangible might be busy and come with 1 these! n.llIttJ4' have their
up an offer that
done, the opportunity is head on the atone end Undaunted ,j "
completely
irnored. in a blind rush to "give$ to would of give a choice the selection'than committeemore i I the bola replied -. FAMILY-SIZE 15-POUND WASHER !

them that's already, got." Thus, con prospect now seems In "You dope I They are for the ,
other aid of the building I" OPENING TIME

I MONDAY TIIKOtinil FRIDAY

This raid weather! will bewelrom.d SitS: I'I M.
by both the hunter IATURDAT 1:00: SUNDAY ZM; As Little A.
I Fateful
11 i Day For Tobacco Growers and flahemvn. It should

, cause the rattlers to den up. Friday Saturday. ,Dec. 11 12
I For flue-cured and thus redure that hasard I $10.00f
tobacco: grower, December because of no price supports?" I to hunter and dog*, and It''I .
15 will be a fateful day. It lit Tobacco farmer cannot afford to undoubtedly' will! bring Uvredflsh > DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMI f

then that an election will be held to forget the low price they received for Into the rrerka alone) |I Per Month
decide whether I No. :2ntain.
or not the Cull,
present marketing unsupported acreage in the 1935('*.
quotas and WASH.. LOADS PNOMSUttrOUNO
price support progranu Those who study the market believe' /
will be continued for the next But. to many of u* K .U1 b*. IBnco *
that the pure concept of free enter \
t three nothing but coM fret and a
years. i R r. Racjm
and rugged indivkiualUm that I
The election prie sae M It** BioodJJIQ5 / II
follow hard III I WASHIN. MfASUHIftM
upon the Nome people profess to think are bt I I

announcement that, if the program for agriculture, imply are impossible ii iirt P1KU I tea H aJl"'D." lq".W

I.|be. approved cut ijmtMt next year. quota mud for tobacco rrowrm. To follow such Consult ;, D 4gRJ 1Jf IN

20 per cent due to the high-flown but irrational proposals e rOONTAIM CILTIRWABMIMa

Urge amount of tobacco surplus now would lead to bankruptcy for graven r HERS ACTION SITS

and in torage. If control& ,are removed. who are now assured of getting a fair 4 TCharley ltaURE'SD CLOTHI .NIALLY CHAM

grower* plant unlimited acreage price for their tobacco under government W
.
next year, it U to aE.
dttroo easy forecast the quota ;tr S ALL POMCIIAIM FINISH./ .
effect this will have on pti- .fU r -
In the impU t lanruage rm '
OUTSIOI ANO (IHSIOf
tea, in view tltl
of the tart that
three
A growers have a choice vf growing all

year supply {I. already on hand If nota the tobacrn they want to under the ".. \ tOW WATIN FNISSUMCOMPfMSATOM

ulngfe pound were haneted next ",...* rnUrprUe system and running Johnsabout 'J fact fu=, rtSunday = e.-.t .. e..aa ..- _

year. the chance: of getting little or nothingfor
The M>rio{ (i.n_* of the situation! -

was d.-monatrattod when several hun it--marketing or growing quota their, and allotment.urwler getting. this *..*....t Monday, Tueaday, Wednesday \ l e t LINT rilTI..SX

drd South Georgia farmer brand government supported- prices.A TIt. CAri.floras ......... 1bt.wber" n, II, 13. MJUTUU. \
torrentUI rains and flooded ahead with lie I I.u. *. e HOUStPOWlA KOTO
highway y" tote from at .least two-third sa.ra
to attend a meeting. in Douglas last ... d aaerraalUe .t_fc .
of the rrtrwrr' i Ia needed to .
WHir. the quota and p>W unxnt procram. Mr. .... thefl .,......,. pat C .'IQ CAPACITY TUB
Th We rhAlrnun ot the Georgia .w_.. rl.4.. .. .4.1 f l LW an
]If more than one-third of the partfei Icy

Commodity CofnmUtion. told the group patinr grower."" rote "no" on the qo*&- t..... aai Meal tiles I. .hat. zt

t that t th). Federal' rorrrnment now KM tinn. then will If no qaola. no penalties .she. Cksrtey r. J**** Agvatry i ijrtl su: THE +I 'fuif. tfti-15-POUNO WASHER/ AT. .

three and' a lulf_yeari. supply of to- and no price .., fInrt. for the a4aii. II* ..w Her. K ,

brro prndort* without any thoru* 1X15 CT*>PL Another referendum would raalUe fattry bkh M<*. We Do Our Own Financing

even If no' toharro at A3 wa t4aatW tw rontfurtd next year on quota forth agwa seth fcraad r*.erre.

In I 19. foJVmiaa three yrar. at a !I.'* t. 2*' M*...

-I doat think yea. ran grow toUcro' In view of the aad erprrienr of .b* .--J..:

without a marketing procram." he tK* "fre. mtrprW dar of the Winkler Electric Inc.

aid. then! asked: "pan yo i take the 1tw" It 'la hard t. .*. now allY growrr I Charley E. John 'tea-

cKaac of going' date debt, nv
your farm' and maybe boOdtea new mlrf rot. -ao- on the! o.*etlon of I ft. Waba.t. M. aCalaJr *""*&3Zf* 1

tern for aa ImrrmMd. vnredated"f itinanr' <<' IK* highly. ufre*.fal *sup rumw! : M." o::0 3II I 23t' Y. T..... At.. ...... .......,. I

tobarc crop, and risk lorwr pnn. port program: for soother! Utrr year. I




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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE --- LAKE ')GENEVA


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Indians Win


KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Over Baldwin : ..i''ri"Lm.. ,


I By ;Mary K. Hrhiuffcr Tuesday nightT



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rated Bildylnn: .ft in th
ANT-CARPtNTLIl will b?: ut. honu on Lakevlaw Melrose gym Tuc"dav' nigh

The Frank Ilgcn home on Drive In Keystone In tin : ii1 by a ctora! of SSS') High

BtooUyn nay Cliola) was the home lormcrly occupied by I !1 scorer for th"" fnlian_ wa'

scene of a lovely wedding on Connie E. Davln Mi Bryant Gary Coop v ho .s..t an""

fcmttnrtay evening Dec 6, Is a retired non-commHxloii-/ school' record:! of 33 points: ana

w*u> n Mrs, n/lCl/ '8 mother, : rd Army officer, and Is prsdcntlv single lI'm1 le per 'ou

(Mra. Sadie L. Carpenter" was I cnga; i'd us camp ""f''ol'd'U 34. nl'u"e1: >ot ,,
rJH y
iiMitlhl to Thomas B Biyunu ranger at the Baden-Powell was runner-up with I 11 I pilnt "

in l 'ii double.): rliiit ceremony. 1 Boy Stout; Reservation at Stefan Brokas and Jim

Dr. A. C Holt, pastor of the Lukeloyal noil: MclioseI Thies turned In a goof

''Community Church In Key i I I UDMIMlUt:; formsnc on rctounds: pcI'I I .s _

atone, performed the e're- AU mc-mb-m of Boy Scout The KHS B-squad also/ won

ninny in the presence of the i i Troop 105 are reminded ofI Its game with il.iiain b) 4

!family and close frlrndn. I the rnvtlru. ;& held each Tuesday 4 score of 2': -13.
n nl
The brads was given Inmanltge night from 7:30: to 9:30: q This Friday n 'lht the In

by her son-ln'Jaw, I In the Community Church l dUns play Callahin there I
Krnest: M BcrogginsMi educational building, Btout- !! 4.y 7L. bone First Game I

1"1 i, ]llgen served all matron muster Daily: Wyman stresses The\ basketball season started II I

oX honor Jim Bryant served that every meeting Js Im-l officially In Keystone at .4 I Ke Club IndiansAt
as hu father's best man portant for boys who wish toI) p m. Saturday when the A Quarterback Fetes week were (from I lcrti) I he button Tommy Bird dm. ),

The bride and licr'.matron get ahead in Scouting '. and B team players! piled on Annual Football Clrnu;l Parch I_ I"1f'plwn..Oprntlnl'" auanl to l,,1&1,
tit honor ANYONE FOR FRUITCAKEM the bus for the long ride to BanquetThe
were attired \\n *imllnrvf |I 'Moon
Cp*r. Stefan Brokan, Bruce : anti Cliff flutpfnuu.
powder blue' biorudulfwns. ; ? CIIK1HTMSWRFATHST; : i Yulee, I

., The bride carried a The B team/ had the first Keystone Indiana were told the Indians, who played I II

white cnmcllU 'corsage on a 'Ilie Keystone'Heights Lions game, and the starting line- feted at the annual football j I I most cf the season with only I Dt'uceloon: : Best Defensive a goIJ football was pr.sf....

proper'. 'book Club Is selling their well. I t! up was" : Wayne Homer, Cliff I banquet given Wednesday I I 12 or 13 men on the squad: Lineman Tommy Bird; :Most'''to Coach Rhodea. from :t

The! }Vlgen home was dotorffd known claxton Fruit Cakes I' Chapman, Mickey Biokas night Dec. 2. by the Quarterback '1 1 You dared" Improved. Chaster CJleim H' Quarterback C1 .10I ,

with lovely banquets of from now until Chrlutnuu.Tliey Marlene Linsin Becomes Bride Terry Dewltt and Lance Atidrewsen Club !In the Maitonlu''' Highlight of the!' banquetwas I I /also! commended four boy_ 1 I I Each .varsity:, plaY"I"

pink Klndloll. white mums are $1. a j pound, and Temple the presentation! by I Cliff Chapman, Lance An- presented with a sweater! u

mid pink roaeLFollowing tome la three pound boxes, Of J. G. Johnson In Hope Church The ball first went to Yule Unlveislty of Florida deI,i Coach Les Rhoden Of handsome I, drewsen, Gary cooper, and: gift t' .an the KHS atn.o: :.

tho ceremony a /suitable for mailing A great | *, and after a few minutes fenalve coach Gene Ellcnson" |I trophies to the following 'i I Bruce Moon-for not missing: ilepiriment:

rwrntlon( was hold and Idea for Christmas gifts, aiwi'Il of play, the score was 13-0 told the plucky team which f I pluyrH': Most Valuable. a single practice session during -1 Bill Belote Qtur'i: '""rb<
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filj-iidn who had not attended. !' an for your own enter i Miss Marlene Elizabeth Linslir .sheath with a matchingcor- In favor of Yulee. went through a winless season Gary Cooper: Sportsmanship. the season I Club president. served ,

the wedding en me to wJllh/ tabling) I \ daughter of Mr. and Mrs sage: The mother' of the Keystone had a short time almost without reserves, that Lee Sutton: Best Offensive A plaque was! presented to 1 master of ceremonies!' i-

tin- couple well On DccomlKT 18 and 10, the I O Jj. Linsin of Pork-of-the- Broom wore a. beige two-piece out, and when piny began, a "It Is one thing/ to dare and Back. Cliff Chapman: Best Dick Lovorn In appreciationfor Keystone Mayor M L Bta.-l

Mrs Charles C. Tolfoid and Garden Club of the Lakes will PaIln1, became the bride of dress! and a pink corsage. weU timed shot by Wayne lose and quite another thing 'Defensive Baric. Stefan Broken his contribution to the delivered the Invocation

Mi s. Daniel L Pater presided" he selling Christmas wreaths James George Johnson( son Following! the ceremony, a Homer put Keystone on the not to dare at all" Elli-nson, : Rest Offensive" Lineman athletic r program lib KHS and!

at t I lie punch bowls Tho wcd- And other holiday decoration of Mr. and Mrs Harold 0 reception was held In the Scoreboard Then, when the ,

ding cake. was cut and served at the Nearly New shop In I John/ton/ of Starke. In a lovely church education! building/(, bull went back to Yulee. a Funeral Friday Plan For CountyDevelopment mond Winters were sponsoof !

by Mrs. Jim Bryant Keystone I candlelight ftcrvlte: at Hope where arrangements' of fall good steal by Cliff Chapman. i For the group AVOnd.., '.

Out of !town guo t. included I These decorations are'' Wnptlnt' Church Theresa, folwers!! were used In decor- and a pass to Mickey Brokas Mr. Guthrie I i time was enjoyed!' with foe

Mr and Mrs Einest :M.Snogging mostly made by club members Friday evening Nov 27, at 8 sting raised KI"tone'l'IICOI'e! '' to 4 (v ;, i I Of MelroseI : To Be Presented manic and games led bv '-

of Charlotte N. and It will bu worth I o'clock. Rev Merle Packham Miss Wllltamnon cut the But still, the boys from Keystone ? foetal chairmen, Connie K-::

Mini Connie Baltics./ Mr, and C, your tlnm to stop by to sec ; performed the double tiny wedding cake and Ml s Ann couldn't seem to catch I Clay L Guthrie/!. 60. of :Xfel- I 1 A long range comprehensive i and Carolyn Tliton

']Mis., Horace E WII llamson. their creations .' ceremony.Olven Packham assisted In serving' j upwith the faster more experienced rose. died Wednesday In a plan for the development of TIle Melrose Band and Mforettes

and Mr. and Mrs William C, ATTENTION: 1\IVNIC | In marriage! by her I The cake/ was topped! by a Yulee team Vi 'zI Starke hospital after an !Illness Clay County will be present- will perform at '.

AUk, all of Jacksonville. I.OV) RI'I' I father the bride was lovely miniature bride and groom, After a foul shot by Chapman of several weeks He was to the citizens of Keystone Junior( College! in Palatka '

When I the couple return The Keystone! branch of the In a white antique satin bridal I with the latter wearing a .1 Keystone's score stayedat born in Lewlsbuiir.! Ala on It'd and area at a meeting! : Dec 8, And also in "

from their" wedding' trip, they Clay' County Public Library! gown titmm with lace Inserts I sailor uniform Instead of the B throughout the remainder Jan 6. 1901 and operated:: a In the conference room or.. Christmas parade on Doi i

now has record albuma for !t. surrounded by- e-dpearls ,I, usual formal attire, of the first quarter sundries store near Melrose!. Clay Electric Coo*-eratlve at at Gainesville

patrons who love music. Thereare She carried awhitt' I Mica Sandra Menerve and During the second quarter, where he had lived for many 1 8pm, Friday, Dec" 11l The local FHA membr< "-. I

classical and scenic c\a:\ .,al> prayer! book topped with a Miss ltarGrlftls! served Wayne Homer\ was really !In years. i l The Keystone m"l'tlJlIf will tending the district come

MURRHEE: eel I albums, and) they may b! cascade of white carnations "timh and other refresh I there worklroj" He tied ball Surviving/ are one son harry I I I be one of a series held tlon In Jacksonville rectiwere :

Insurance Agency chucked out for a week at I and Mls of the valley, centered : ments. after ball to keep the Hornets L Outhrie of Melrose!': a | th'ouahout\ the county by the Misses! Marlene Ode

time [whereas books arechecked I with a white orchid Her The bilde's book was kept I from (M-ortntr, But at the end brother. Robert N. Outhrla i I Clay County Zoning Commission Sara Baldwin Carolyn Ttt:
only Jewelry was a strand of by Mrs Becky McGee\ of the first halt, the boy left Orlando and I
General Insurance out for two weeks! : three sisters to acquaint the public and Connie KIng.
Children may not check out I pearls, a gift of the f'ol1OWln" the reception the the court with the score Yulee Mrs. Cora T Whltaker. St with the!' development plan The Junior Class of
I bl'lde-1
Fir Qtaualtykftrtn.. theMe valuable albums, but KroorhMr I1t'wlY'\\'C'd couple left for a |131, Keystone. 10. Petersburg: Mrs Willie Mae which was prepared by A L. Methodist Church sang ti t
1 I I *., Linda Austin, wedding' trip to Daytona
The second half followed on .
anyone lit the 7th grad at Bland H.tnce'IIII' Ala. and Eulenfeld.
regional
Auto planner
Rends I I i a Choir Sunday
of honor, was dressed" ,In yellow Bearh) They are now at home | much the !same note aa thethat |( hai. 11. ThongsonLions |
Kcvitorie lUlehts 47147MMotorola or /school or older may 'do so I Mrs. Bessie Lee who lives at Orange Park. I Winners of the Melro
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and carried) yellow flower at Houte 2. Box SOU. Charter Ledlxtter'l
Overdue records accumulate, : half Despite many fine Tampa One! of the key
recommendation -
I Duplicate\ Bridge Club fox u
The
two brldentnaldsRobettu ton
Heights, Charleston, .S. C. To Welcome
a fine of five cents per" day I The bride I rebounds: and shot attempts Funeral!! services were held 1 "* in the plan Is that the!' week' Include the lollouir.
Slbley graduated from
and plain. '
And have' you 118..nt.he old < 'Broken wore" pantel'blue'and Keystone Heights Utah SChool ran 1'I the part oith* Keystone! District Governor I' at 2 p. m Friday In Jones abundant water resources In' Mrs J J, Brennan and M
holographs of early" Key i player, !they just couldn'tIW'em Memorial Chapel with Rev Clay County be developed to
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pink respectively!' and In the class of 1904 Mr Continued on Page
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: earned : -
I tone HeliitiU( on 'display at I I to make enough points At Dinner Meet | W. A Hogan of the First serve al a rerYeiMonel' area" I,
I matching bouquets Johnson was a member of theelaaa I I
.x the Library They are quite to catch up with the Yule! Baptist Church: officiating/ I for all Northeast Florida, Among I
I Mr. Jt'hnJlflwall served by of 1 1003!l at Bradford .
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Interesting.' and Ubrarl"nlIC'h'n | Hornets, All the boys: played Interment was at :3 J p. m. Saturday j I the other recommendations KEYSTONEDriveIn
'Bernie McOee On Monday, Dec. 14. at the I
sis best man County Tllgh School and Is .
I I well but their b.'tIJI1.t wasn'tgood
Lawrence can tell you and the I Masonic Hall In Oak Ridge Cemetery are! a civic: center at
r rifle bearer wss Master now stationed at the CoastGuard the Keystone
enough and as the flna' l at Arcadia, Oreen Cove Springs' to Theatre
about All of them. She Is an serve
Robert" MtMHTan of Installation Charleston. Heights Lions Club will welcome I
early Xeyntorrcr! herself f Many T' Jai" e,., TJII"'I j bur sounded!" the score Charles" H Thompson I j ji 'i I both the city and county /governments -

of those In the photos an Mrs Janet Mann, sister 0.1|I Among the out of town I stood Yulee /S3.) Keystone 21 i District Governor District 35.I Special ProgramFor : a junior college in Frl., Sat.I Dec. 11. I U:
The starting line for lh.Keystone
P still around, town. the up L Lions International, which Christmas At the Orange Park area. to serve
Broom, met /guents at the guests attending the wedding/( I "A team last SAturday -I [
Drip In at1\* library and dool'l ,and MMliined them toi I| and reception were Mis. O-r- I night wad Bruce Moon. ', includes. 37 clubs In this secI I I!i Duval and Clay Counties: and:!
I Faith
I spend an In'l'rt.tI"c( | half \IKtWrI Larry lJn"ln. and trude Un.llPftt rnlll grandmother I Gary Cooper, Donnl Osteen ton! of Florida I I Presbyterian 'I development 'of a commercialair :
hour or sir In reviewIng some llsrold Johnson I of the bride from Inv The purpose of his visit will terminal at the' Green

('())1,1)11) of the history of our town vl" Pi\'' cedlni the ceremony ;i iseveiiU dlannpolls, Ind.; Hubert Tnvlor. { Stephan King\ (. Biokas* and Terry be to advise and assist rl'll-i1 I will Faith present Presbyterian an OThlnal Church"Can- i Cove Springs naval base narw.

I photography I selections were! sung the bride's maternal I 1 dent" Prank"' A Nooney. Sec"
Gary Cooper Jumped the ilcle of Christmiu'. arranged .......Y..Y..YMELROSE
OPEN: IKTTUt: : TO
TUBQtMMTrnmcK ny Min VoacUle Wllllsmnon !I grandfather from Rockvllle i rotary Joe Wlldt. and other! pNf
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first tons-tip for Keystone.and by Mrs. W. A WaUace on
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TV i ci.i n aroirniiMtnled bv the organist, Md.; and the maternal grandmother I officers directors and mem- all. t1'.w
the game was underwayThe Sundnr Due 13, at 7:30 p m
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"We the 'members of the : Mils Marvin Orlffli, of the groom Mr. II I hers of the club on matters -
j'I first quarter was fast Everyone!: 11 welcome to at-
Keystone Indians football 1 For her dniiiihter's pertaining to Lion admlntttratton. -
) -\"e'ir (GuaranteeYEOMAN'S; wrdilln, H ftxten of D-trolt. MKhi : and furious and some fine tend
team would nke to expre'our \ :Mm Llniln chow a blue wool I and the o."anl'l.tlO11'sPI'Otl1'lm Hjr Mr., Grant Itolhhamme'The
: thanks for the delicious playing by Ut* Keystone boys I of humanitarianservice. The unusual Nativity seen: ,....."................... Sun.. I)<<. 13-(Only
dinner" vie enjoyed last Wednesday '' kept the score pretty well !I in the outdoor display of the
I evening.W ( Civic Leaders i units Posters were shown onDrowsing even' Good shooting by Barre The club I church' was created and prepared I Intermediate Training\ "RHINO"HMUJAIN
Keystone
SALES; & MUUVICK: : do so appreciate your Attend Dinner personal and social :Moon, O"l'y Cooper, and IX'ii- active unit of the Interna-l Is an by Mrs. Wallace Be \union of Ellstn!: Baptist

Interest.. \ In tu and we are i adjustments, and child rare nil O.tern, and sonic well'! ''', tlonal sure! to .tee this orUinul work I Church. recently held H partyat : ; M HalT<:
Association of Lions
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iTeirnse\ 173-2371 Given Furniture which the home-' the' Christian, and Mission-
By FHA tamed rebounds by Stefan. Faith, Presbyterian Church
grateful for all you have done I Club
i dedicated to '
community -
In our behalfSincerely" mailing girls pUn t td reupholster DrflkiM made! tha Indiana a betterment Is located on Route 21 between hey Alliance Camp group f+' $1.00 (I'er Carload

Qualityand : Tommy Bird.Jlrucp Mrs. J. L. Walker lu.mnetommiks .. and reflntart< was also, cant :9 I points behind 16-11 aspects, the most In all of lu Melrose and Key:>ton 'n Swan Lake Mi and Mr

t teacher Of the Key. displayed, when. the bu*.er sounded Important It' .hl... Eu..1B. ntl..v and RAY
Price! Moon. Johnny MIIOII tai,i of which 'Is sight conservation. -_
!Wins\ '
Audrey Flakes
tone ItelithU BctuxJ. was reKtwmntble -
icpnrts end the first!! quarterWhen .
David Buikhalter, Le Button and aid to the blind
a most& Mtvrriwful,. event In theHome for the tables, which the
second I
quarter
I [ nand niA were. brtBUtlfully decorated In I
"mwnnoreddinner
got underway, Keystone' Just
!!
bot special. of the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE
for civic leaders and the holiday theme, Nancy O'I eotildn seem to catch up 1 1I guests club J
at this dinner. .
\biistneM) !' people held Ito4. I Connor and June Drake: made I I I meeting.TTTT.vt..TttTTT.
j with the Hornets' The' score
In the Home. Economics Deportment I the place cards "1.alrls I I I
alto< helped with food preparation ;, began drifting further apart ... BUSINESS DIRECTORY
and even with the
boy.
trying
NO ONE I Kl OWf MOW TT 1 Mir Carol lUker presidentof and table service I ,
4 their brut, the half ended with
SAVE MONEY AS WCLL. AC: the Future" Humesnakrra, :\ra! Walker .reported 32 the SCOT .'aOOI31.:1, :: 1 Infavor : LAKE GENEVA ''AI'TO HKPMU:" _.
......Ie..wd'bll<)u and thanked paid! rilA member and 30) In of Yulee, I .\otn Wacherw-t19 up
-01" f'ERS0t4 WHO h'M11f'mAlrlnt classes This I ANNOUNCING: ( ( Refrigerator' $19 RESTAUHANTSBeidlcr's:
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Clay rirctrlc Co-in>. the Key a At the start of the. third' IlllUn n. Mnrh up

HASN'T ANY! stone,, Oat, Co the N..ly New lust mrmikuWe .kmtretnent owr quarter, the Keystone" S came, .ne 47J-471J Goetzman Bros. T ".I..inn.* -$ 19 up

tfhop.' Mm klt'hardIurrhl': .. years.. enrollmentAmone i onto the court determined to, I laAaaAAAAAaA.JAAAaaaA,1ARr. . .. (1111 Gelaraet.Wer)
and :Mr. W U) Andrewsenbaler orate .QjoYlnc this wen th*> score.. but try aa they. Garage
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delightful[ dinner. and I I OIMMT.M 4 ".\RT"
proaramr WHEELER'SDiscount
1 und..r.I.'llllnr' of thla I mUrit tile Yoke player kept The AM. KIND OF'tnJ
Mr. WillUm Me. Keystone Helghu
I In'1 IN Important\ proiram In the erT their martin throughout there : '.\fR WORKtOTc"fl Store Holiday InnRestaurant
(PTA tccnrlary Mr\ SandraNtcOiy Community Chapter of AARP
Mhool rurtlrNliun t of the gam. The final BOOT PALNTINO
will hold
hnnv' economlit for a Chrtstmas party
+ Several Inlerentln' ethlblu CUy Eleitik Cooperative: I wrote. was Yulet fl. and Key :, for members and tuesu onDrr rORTABL: WtLOrNOj : IWtwem tlelrwe .Jk ....,.......1 I
for contribution to the .. stop 31Bruce i AlsoLatrn ('aI' ..K %1I.1 tae ...
Mn, Wm E. Peter: Kemtonepostrttnce 11 In the Community .
rrY; llomrmaklntf IVpurUttent" j : :Mrs. Jo Wild! I Moon Stefan Br ka.. Church educational) building Mowers otdbo.rd I Pin* Food' M..Vemtr>ftucMonru,"
:
MTRSKRY
Mir lUkcr aim did ait out Oary hoist. and Steve Motor :
i I school! srerelary' : Mr* Ann 1 As )..Ira.UU.am u.1II1Sr. of '
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standout. Job in explnlntn' \ the arutrkWord.! four .. ''s ('ThlrLLTELT
Mill nldanre counselor; A veteranplrrs Lake Geneva" Trailer Part, II T JI- Kvyxtan" H.ijht.. are.vy M.ri' T1'-/a Of
Ftiture 1I"n"nl.I". or( Amer' K. Anthony: Hrttool IVxirdnwtnber trot last year. show'. entertained Un tint membership FU. Pest ..t.to tiny.Io *. ri..1i .a P'h" Ta.. T., w'KWJILT
or c'i
lea orffanUmtlott Ml* CarolFllephenmm I* K Knuth. school ed treat promise for th. comIn k-h..a rr-.... .. > 7 OAT
meet in* in her mo Theatre \. Tra .
dmvrlbed fully prtnrlp! Frank Noonevprenldent season' There are also home lad uprlnc. Lake 0... ,. Rvwtr.e.. a ...............
each unit studied' lit the 1 Urreyear of the Lions Club mST new fee on the t.*m, flees member have been wry 1m' Fq\nc 'tl+aa AS t. tlsta ew. ......

r Mu .* oc IlC'nwml..l"JI. education. slid. all member of th. Key OunrU O.l. n. Terry' KJVITommy : sKun In UMT growth) and actl.vltie + "&7t"o.n..... ... m- .r AL. (bla l1.IY 1S

and told the story K> ....11. stone. notary club Due to Tttest. Xr.ke Zlk*. of thU new chapter> Terrell'sGtllf .... L'. Pa Tees ta4. Ir'O. t lOo-k Nora rf itrf !

that all niesU. ten with a tllneu. Mr John UU4 $Dre,.l. and Johnny Mooiv ready: put The trailer p..r* member* Service C. Carnes T B Ms m

were on cluptay one rorultt- dent of th.V msn'. Club their hearts Into>> th* !gam. are auntie) fin pi n. for tfe- I!' Nursery1,,
Ins of( ,ewinSats mad. by the and Mi! R J 9hauhnMjr. acortrui for K ncO.ry (Conumwd r.g.* III N., a r.rTin.. tt ML RwtHwy Of 1hu1II.: 0-

F" r hnven .lrl". and another', ITA vice president *.r. wnable > Cooper mad. n U4..... "'*- Pr- ea ItlO t"J A. fIItwe lee Al nantA.,.' REAL ESTATE
u bv the tvnred< Ill+ .kin '. to attendlUIr raw BrokM. IT. .... Moons t............. ........... Aori'r a.a' pd u.. "'- S"iia.a-.

C"IhA dt>k-tlii rhUd .ear A,.... b.w. tbnala. Octeen 4. and isterr at the CUr Hal for the oak : T A, M t:35 P. M ...1Ia'_" rat 1 4iSlsrtes.
\\ ( don't gel| your ad. U-e from of the cttt Air Patrol taudInc. --- ,.......... .,, ?'TIt"rrus "" 1w.. w I .
Rae CMmn. hair stylist .Ith. N\arUrtarci 2. formerly t.n the. i r a w. r1'urttltare IKtvr re..rallyBR. s-."
amateur.' If need' financial aid &I .
an you EdnVilJi"ms the Keystone" IV uty fttewwnt The boys neit gm U In AXrtn BiMkUn" ,, at Key don A hart, K. ."'-. ..orse'hlI.R.

: or ad ire- come to u*. You ran rely nnft'CT-\t"M':' (IM,I .t....kr tt tn* FMlur M.lroM> on TUMdayher De m. Airport! Tn buAttta* wt'1 be -.tpplw.r..sF4' .'.......; ........... ...... ...
on our dexMioni'* being J..I. between ue.j >s !'n' Ilo"""AhnUnc'. an S, w. ho that yes will \ -
sold a. K where ta r\o'\ M'T V Service Center1 Ajrt l'11yAn : ) ..... ear.1w -

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, more than $1. and Mrs. Ralph Stevens of I committee chairman directedthe I group Mrs. Marshall Gallopwon one and all. Christmas bells Mrs. R. M. Cason Thursday. Mrs. Jewel L. Rowe of Starke
KEYSTONE The' ( children's Christmas Melrose entertained with a I musical portion of the' low gross, and Mrs. Wil- sound loud over Keystone and MELROSEContinued Miss Sandra Parks of Jacksonville recently completed an 11-
Cantata will be hold in the dinner party for the following I program with Mrs. Sidney liam Scales low net. In the the Community. spent the weekend weeK: welding course under
\ t\ HIGHLIGHTS Parish Hall in Starke this guests: Mr. and Mrs. Wclksr Godwin of Hawthorne as soloist 18-hole group Mrs. Arthur CLASH MEETINGThe with Miss Carolyn TIson re the Reserve Enlistment Pro-
Sunday, Dec. 13, at 4 p. m. All C. Byron Col. and Mrs. David and Ralph Copeland accompanist Ketch won low gross and Andrew Class of the cently. gram at the Army Ordnance
Wil :Mr. Mrs. Axel from Page 12)) Dock TIson and daughters Center and School, Aberdeen
those who attend St. Nelson and Mrs. E. F. Aiken low net. in First Baptist Church met at Mrs.
I Page 12)) liams' or St. :Mary's are Invited Malmgren. Ed. Rinehart, Mrs. Oue.t attending were Mrs. the match play against par in the home of Leamon Wardin Ed Longnecter.: first place; attended a Thanksgiving Proving Ground Md. Duringthe
I Continued from to attend. Alma Frost" Mrs. Edith John Mortland of Inverness the 18-hole aggregate 7 holes Lake Geneva on Thursday.Dec. Mrs. Mary Cook. Mrs. H. C. dinner at Mrs. Tlson's family i course, he received train-

Chester Olenn.: Lance An- Final Cantata rehearsal will Thornqulst Mrs. Ruth Ohl- chapter, Rev. and Mrs. Milton Mrs. Fremont Tolles was \win 3. The opening prayer Segur.! and Mrs F. C. Pyle and home In Tacoma. Among tog In oxyacetylene arc, and
dl't wsen, Gary Cooper, Stefan be held on Saturday Dec 12. son and Mrs. Marguerite J. Scripture, Mrs. R. C. Pekie ner. was /giver by Walter Bach- ML* Bessie Rutherford tied those attending were Mrs.\ metal Inert gas welding. A
Ronny Homer, Wayne at St. Edwards' Hall at 6:30: Grennan. This group is knownas Mrs. William Walz. and Mr. I COMMUNITY: : CHURCH Tlson's slaters Mr. and Mrs. 1964 graduate of Bradford
Brokas man and the Devotional by for second place; Mrs. Emory School
High' Pvt. Rowe
Homer. Cliff Chapman, Jerry a. m. "The Lucky 13"! Hilton, a friend of John Cross The Joint Christmas cover Mr. Ward. R. L. Ennls, president Cooper and Mrs. R. P. Vogh A. M. Howell. and daughters. basic training at Fort received
Mooneyham Glen Few Terry PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lambert who is trailer-traveling I ed dish luncheon of Com- of the class, conductedthe fourth place.M1.s1I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Owens and Jackson, S. C.
Dcwltt. Jimmy Webber! and son of and children of Atlanta. through Florida.CHRISTMAS munity Church Women's Circles I son, her aunt Miss Martle
business session. Various Carol Rothhammsr:
!. Jacksonville were visitors at da. were guests :ast week of Chamberlin and nieces and
PTA NOTES PARTY will be held at 12 noon ;
the home of Robert reports were read and it was who Is attending Little Rock I Iunlverslt Four soldiers! from Starke
PTA will meet Thurs Mayor Mrs. Lambert's parents. Mr. The gala AARP Christmas on Nov. 14. Members and:! 31 nephews, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
The Jackson and family on decided that a Christmas gift ), and lives at recently completed a 14-week
Dec. 17, for and Mrs. Charles Wallenlus. Party will be held guests are to provide their Christian and children of
evening. at 2
day p. m. to the Baptist Children'sHome Sunset Drive In North: Little automotive repair course un-
Thanksgiving day.
their regular monthly meet. Wilson of Lake The Lamberts came to Florida Thursday, Dec. 17, in the own table service. Committee consisting of a cash Rock, Ark., spent the Thanks Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. Lee der the Reserve Enlistment
Mrs. Hugh (
I to attend the funeral of a relative hostesses are Mrs. Walter Howell and children of Mlcan-
Ing. Community) Church educational offering be made. Mrs. Ward! giving: holidays with her sis Program at the Army Or-
At the November 19 meet- City spent the Thanksgiving in Jacksonville.Capt. building. Every memberor Orollck with circle chairmen served refreshments to the 10 ters and brothers-ln-Iawa opy; Mrs. R. A. Cox Sr. ana dnance: Center and School,
Ing, Mrs. Bentley, an elemen- holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward guest attending is asked to and co-chslrmen. A special members present.EMBROIDERY Lyle and Melva Millgan. Pete' granddughter of Gainesville. Aberdeen Proving" Ground
tary teacher! gave a talk on and Mrs. G.E. Wiggins! Mrs. Huxtable of Douglas, Ariz. arc bring a gift costing not more program' Is being planned by : ClASSA and Alice Price and children The Bronson Eagles won Maryland. Those receiving instruction -
Wilson Is the former Edith guests' of Eddie and Ann Ray- the chairman Mrs. their first Rlverland Confer
methods of than program
the modern $1 or less than SO cents. Liquid Embroidery class'! Don and Marry Beach and In the maintenanceand
teaching mathematics.Mrs. Wiggins nor at Lakeside Cottages. It should be wrapped for manor I Frank Hgen. was held at the home of Mrs. children and Vlrgle and ence Basketball contest over repair of engines for the
Crab- Mrs. Lillian Phelps has been Capt. and Mrs. Huxtable are lady. The Sunday School Christmas Melrose Mustangs with a J>6-
Bentley: and Mr. R. O. Mann Sr. Friday" Nov. Joyce Rowe and son in Tulsa. Army's tracked and 'wheeled
tree, another teacher, will a patient at the Jacksonville old friend of the Raynora Members of the Lake Geneva program, will be held 4, with Mrs. Evelyn Wise of Okla. 30 victory at Bronson Friday:\ vehicles were:
conduct an adult class in Naval Hospital; where she underwent having lived at the Lakeside Trailer Park group have Sunday, Dec. 20, at 7:30: p. m. Starke conducting. Mr. and Mrs. Mutt Cox night The Mustang girls team Pvt. Terry F. Hardee son
modern mathematics, starting minor surgery\ last Cottages 16 years ago when i fine plans for decorating the In the educational building. The hostess was assisted In spent Thursday in Jackson won 48-23 victory over Bron- of Mr. and Mrs. Luther B.
after the Christmas holidays week. the Raynors first opened the hall. There will be musical Everyone Is invited. serving refreshments by her ville. son. Carolyn Tlson. topped Hardee of Starke. A graduate
There must be at least ten Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ramos cottages.< numbers a program under The Board of Stewards will granddaughter Vanessa Mlllican Currently visiting in the Melrose with 18 points while of Bradford High School In

persons enrolled in order to and Infant daughter were AARP CHAPTER NEWS the chairmanship of Mrs. Axel meet Monday Dec 7. The and Beth Rutledge. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Sandy Hicks paced the losing 1964 Pvt. Hardee was employed -
have the class. This class will dinner guests at the home of Fifty members and guests Malmgren with Mrs. Julius general meeting of ChurchWomen following were present: Mrs.L. Tlson and family Is her aunt. Bronson. girls with six pointsMr. by Slade Gas Co. before -
enable parents to understand Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc- attended the covered dish Hanson assisting. The hospitality on that date has been S. Broadway Mrs. Leon Miss Mantle Clmmberlln, of \ and Mrs. W. J. Orinar going on active duty. He
and help their children with Olave on Thanksgiving. Other luncheon and program meet- chairman Mrs. Ethel omitted. Wagner Mrs. C. R. Blsbce Mlcanopy.Mr. and family of Jacksonville received basic training at
the new methods. guests of the McOlave's: on ing1 on Thursday Dec. 3, In Wevman, assisted/ by hostesses EASTERN STARA Mrs. Tommy Mlllican, Mrs. and Mrs. Maxie King visited Mr. and Mrs. John Fort Gordon. Oa.
The needs of the clinic were Thanksgiving day were Mr. the Community Church educational Mrs. Jack Hatxrstroh. Mrs. Taste 3upper of the OE9 James Dyal Mrs. Ray MannJr. attended a house warming at p Qrlner recentlySERVICE. 1 I Pvt. Thomas W. Roberts,
dlsCUS Ad. Sheets for the>cuts and Mrs. James Coyne and building William Bert Chrlstoffers. Mrs. Camilla Chapter was held Tuesday. .. Mrs. T. M. Finley, Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. son of Mrs Beatrice Roberta,
are badly needed. son of Philadelphia who Mawhinney and his coworker. Stewart, Mrs. Ruby Dec. 1, from 5 to 7 p. m. R. H. Rutledite Mrs Alan Rayburn King and family In i iI also graduated from BUS In
Mrs. Robert Shaughnessy, dropped' in enroute to their Mrs. Jerry Jordan, gave Reed and Mrs. Clarence Da- After supper, members met In Byrd Mrs. G. P. Cromer. Beth Jacksonville.Mrs. .

vice 'president asked for a new home at Pompano Beach. an interesting discussion of vis, will provide! that certain the chapter room for the regular Rutledge, and Vanessa Mll Paley Boyd and granddaughter I 1964.Pvt.. James L. Fuquay. son
volunteer to attend meetings Mrs. Mary Pellcer and Mrs the wonderful work, being car something that goes with monthly meeting.' Members lican. Donna Meachen MENAND of Mr. and Mrs. John Fuquayof
of the Clay County Citizens Amy McElrath were hostesses ried on by the Goodwill Industries pleasant fun and good thingsat attending the Dec 15 PERSONALSMr. spent the Thanksgiving holidays I Route 1, Starke attended
Comrnltee. at a stork shower for Mrs. Inc. of Jacksonville this holiday season There meeting are asked/ to bring a and Mrs. H. B. Hague with the Bill Boyd fam- WOMEN BHS and is scheduled to
Refreshments were served into Tom Broome of Keystone at In the employment and train- will be other surprises so let gift for a man or lady to be and family have moved from ily In Panama City. I complete his military obligation -
lunchroom after the busi- the Pellcer home at Oold Ing of handicapped persona us make it a gay and happy sent to the Eastern Star homeIn our community to a new Mrs. Cecil Harris of Welaka with the 622nd Ordn-
ness session. Mrs. C. A. Whis Head State Park on !Monday so that they can become: productive time. St. Petersburg. Also a gift home in Keystone! Heights on spent Thursday with her parents 1 ance Bn., the local National
night Nov. 30.Herbert .
enant is refreshment chair workers. Handicapped SORRY for a boy or girl so marked Little Lake Keystone.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Guard Company
man. Nelson. Jr. and persons employed by The Booster Club benefit for a worthy children's horns. and Mrs. J. L Walker Cason. Pvt. Lawrence N. O'Neal
NEWS FROM ST.WILLIAMS' Jimmy Beeler, Jr were dinner Goodwill Industries enjoy all football game which was A Christmas program Is being and family visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mutt Cox and Pvt. Sammy L. Smith son son of Mr. and Mrs. Toby O'-
guests of Rhett ("Butchl! Fox the benefits of business and scheduled for the reservationthis of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Underhill -
I planned with the hostesses Mrs. B. A. Donohoo of Pa- sons spent the weekend at Neal also attended BHS before -
Catholics who uwd to fast son of Mr. and Mrs. Everttt the professions, the speakers Saturday night has been Mrs Ronnie Hardenbergh. latka over the weekend. Marlneland. of Starke, recently com- entering the service. He
from the previous mldnite to Fox, on Monday evening Dec said. railed off-or at least post- Mrs. Ruby Wiggins, and Mrs. Mrs. George Robinson of Tommle and Bill Isenhowerof pleted a ten-week supply is scheduled to complete his
receive' 'Holy Communion amorning 7, to help Butch celebrate his The AARP Chapter will poned. Loral high school Lois Walker as chairmen. Troy Alabama is here for an High Springs spent the course at the Army Ordnance military obligation with the
20th birthday take as its first civic projectthe graduates to Center and School at Aberdeen
were supposed extended
mass were greatly visit with her mother Thanksgiving holidays with local National Guard unit
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS program of Goodwill Industries. play graduates of the Melrose Proving Ground, Md.
eased In 1953 when the regulations Mrs. Hazel Palls Mrs. their grandparents Mr. and
Mr and Mrs Pell Extra bag available During the course he received
Thomas are area.
Robinson Is
were relaxed to a large the former Miss Mrs. William Isenhower. Pvt., Robert A. Moody, lIOn
cer are the proud parents of from the chapter. Directly Tim Booster Club will .t instruction in the receipt
degree. Now, by gracious con'cession me" Dale Fallin. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Powell of Mr. and Mrs.\ Luther M.
of Pope Paul VI, the an adopted son born November after the holiday rush tonight [Thursday! at 7:30: Lake GenevaContinued Mr. and Mrs. Evan Dykes and children of Oreen Cove storage, and supply of ord- Moody of Starke, recently
Eucharist Fast has been' fur 30, 1964. The child has a committee will go Into action in the school cafetorlum. and children. Mickey and Dee Springs are In Melrose for the nance equipment Pvt. Smith completed a five-week aircraft
ther shortened to one hour been named Thomas Christopher and a central place will Please attend. Dee of Apopka. spent the weekend. is a 1948 graduate of Brad maintenance: course at the
for solids and liquids! Water The Pellcrrs live at be selected for the ingathering CJOI.F ACTIVITIES from Page 12)) weekend with Evan's parents Mrs. H. J. Britton is home ford High School. Army Aviation School Fort

may be taken at any time Gold Head Branch State of these bags. Any cm The Keystone Heights Golf coratlng the hall. For the Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dykes. after a stain the Alachua Rucker, Ala. During the course
However, required abstlnance Park. having a bag ready now or Club Turkey Trot Husband traditional fun of the holidays Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Finley fleneral Hospital In Gaines- Pvt. William A. Finley son of he received instruction In the
from alcoholic drink Is three Mr. and Mrs. William Slm- before Christmas may call and Wife Tournament held members and guest are visited their son and dautrh- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Flnley\ of servicing and malnuvance of
hour oral have retained from a Mrs. Egan at 473-4748. Thanksgiving weekend was to bring a gift which does not ter-ln-Inw Mr. and Mrs. ville.Chester Ralford. has been assignedto
Wesley and Miss
Edwards visit to South Florida .where. Assisting/ with the luncheon Leonard Hamm the 1st Armored Division at Amy aircraft ana m the "p-
f St. Altar Society won by Mr and Mrs. Marshall exceed $1 or less than SO and family In Nancy Wesley of Balnbrldge eratlon of airfields. He
Christmas party is this evening they went to celebrate their meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Gallop, Jow11'011II/ ; Mr. and cents In cost and have it Cleveland Tenn. recently. Ca. visited their brotherinlaw Fort Hood Texas. He entered uated from BUS In grad-
I at 8 p. m. in the Parish recent l pith wedding anniversary Robert Ferrell. Mrs. Ferrell Mrs. Ed Dwyer, low net; Fre- wrapped for man or lady. They were accompanied by and sister, Mr. and Mrs. the Army last July and com- the Army last 1964. entered -
I Hall In Starke. St. Williams In Miami they visited making a unique guest table mont Tolles men's low gross; In the festive spirt' of Mr, and Mrs. James Dyal and Olynn Rothhammer and family pleted basic training at Fort and completed basic August
Altar Society ladles are invited Mrs. Mary Wilcox and in centerpiece centered with a Mrs. Huntley Red ream, ladles Chlrstmus there will be caroling children Sunday Gordon Ga. At present he is at Fort Jackson, S. C.training
and they will meet at Tampa were guests of Mr. and turkey made of pineapple and low gross and a serving as a cannoneer in
program appropriate TUB': Ilir.HT POINT for the Miss Carol Chlapplnl: visited I
the post office at 7:30: p. m Mrs. J. Capatano. They also surrounded by the garden The Ladles Holly Hop combined to !the season. Climaxing Battery. C tat Battalion of the
way writ.. Come In and Mr. and Mri.\ Alvin Beckhamin
I to organize! their transport enjoyed several evening. of fruits and vegetables! of the you division's 73rd Artillery.Pvt. .
match play against par the afternoon of fun and fellowship .
I .1.('& your favorite E TER. Johnson last week.' I Cash Paid for Good. Clraa
ation. Each lady attending NIht-Clubhlng. harvest. Mrs. Axel Malmirren. tournament was held Thursday the social committee .
BROOK Fountain Pen TELE- Mrs. Zelma Rhoden of St. Rug*. No Khakis or WooL AU
will bring a Rift costing no On Thanksgiving' day Col. program and entertainment Dec. 3. In the 9-hole has made special plans. Come ORAPH. Carlos Rowe son of
.,- .. --. George On. visited Mr.\ and Cotton Bring to Tetegrupa.
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I We an unorganized group of citizens would l like to print part of Section II of the tentative it $$$ ? I b their heart with the people or ins' misinformed ; if this Is true, it was

interested in the welfare of our com which outline reads as follows shown in the government data, with their pocketbooks only so until we had read the government
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munity and our children, feel that it's 3. Who are the local people) that are going brochure OURSELVES, and decided we
AlmoMt all will be high school drop outs. (This to benefit! financially would oppose it.
time for some interesting points to be In required by the !House, Committee version
11. Why the opponents of this
are
brought forward concerning the pro- of the 11111.Academic .) 4. How many referred of the to 35 by Bradford County dropouts continually ridiculed and insulted by program its pro-

posed Job Corps Training Center. achievement level, will be far below !school' would be willing proponents to attend of this the ponents and denied an opportunity to express -
the hint year of school attended. HeadIng their opinions in an open public hear-
First we would like to present the Training School ?
and arithmetic skills will probably cluster ing? Have, we progressed ao far along the

context of a petition that over 800 in the 4th to 7th grade level.If 6. Why are other communities in this area road to totalitarianism that the voices! of

citizens have already signed : native Intelligence could be measured these not after this school? dissenters are to be neither heard nor tolerated

I youngsters would be found to have Ur") not ?
1 significantly lower than (hose! who slay In 6. Did you realize that enrollees that are
PETITIONWe
school but they will have failed consistently phad! out of the program every 9O days, There are !several' ways under the Economic Opportunity
whether it l be Act whereby something could be done
by expulsion or graduation,
In the normal school! I Melting.'
the underpinned, respectfully petition
with a questionable home environment to for our local problem without importing 2.000
the "Florida Armory Hoard to give considerationto Many: but not a majority will be non-white
return from someplace else i.e. Work Program
: to. might be left to shift in this : ; Training -
the following: and will have suffered from racial prejudice area alone! and create unemployment to Work Study Programs, Community Ac-

WIIKKKAS; the Bradford County Development -:Many from urban areas will have suffered such an extent that we could very well become tion Programs.

'hamber Authority of Commerce andor: him the Ilradford County from substandard housing! overcrowded a "poverty pocket" ourselves! 7 We, being average citizens feet that we are not
requested property school. low Incenses, and limited public recreational *
on ('jimp Handing( fur the purpose of operating; facilities!' ; while those from rural 7. nit I> you know that recently the statement trying to impede the progress or healthy growth II
of our community, but we feel it in!! our responsibility I
H Job Corps Training Center under the Economic appeared in local
area will have Buffered all a result! of low Incomes << our newspaper that we to help the institutions
Opportunity Act of 1961 and poor schools and limited public fa- should be our brother's keeper We also that are screen brought into type our industry area. While or -

WIIEIU A It I I" considered cilillcrt.Many believe' this, but we would remind you that I
our opinion we commend certain aspects of the Job Corps'
that of this : will have either failed the Selective charity begins at home; anal with this
a program magnitude and nature Training Center, we feel that the overall program
would seriously Imbalance and have adverse effect Service' "mental" teat or would fail it if given thought and in mind what ampunt of recreational would not be In the best Interest of our

on the nodal structure of a rural area, and the test community relationship can citizens children and welfare.It .
Bradford County give! these' enrollees whenwe
WIIKHKAH.: we believe thin program would -Many, particularly In the urban areas, will are, sorely In need of more wholesome has. been said by one of the proponents, thatno

create social I I strife In our area bechUM 2,000 ha>e been employed at Home time but for activities. than ttrndford and minority group is. going to dictate what type'

enrollees. from different areas, background and short prrimU. only and t then only in I the most t youths can now enjoy? Clay County industry i is going to be brought into this area ;

environment thAt are stagnated outside the menial, unskilled type of dead-end John. with this we concur. However, if this institutionIs

mainstream of life would created ton much Impact -Many will be suspicious of the desire (and ;9. Could this program lead to children Wing placed lln this area then a minority group will

on a sparsely populated area and be detrimental ability) of adult to help them. This maybe enticed I to drop out of our local schools to have, indeed done just that.

to the welfare' of our children.THKHKFOUK. particularly pronounced In the Negroen t'lIr..llln the Job Corps Training Center for The statement was also made that we were
\ perception of the white. pay? Our argument against this U that
we
going to get this Training Center whether
the
"' $:. we utrondy protect this
-They will hate .. 'lf-lmag and can send. approximately 13 student to our like it
program being Instituted. In our area and request a poor e a ma pwple or not. It looks like that is exactly -
that the Florida Armory Hoard deny any Ue unawareness of the world. local schools! for the approximate cost of what Li happening. Is thin the democratic
one enrollee In the Job
grant for the purpose of a Job Corp Training In short, I these youngster. are alienated. and Corp Tralnlnl'Ct'nt.r. approach especially' since the establishment of

Center. disadvantage. .!, both economically and cultural the Center involve the use! of public monies

This petition has been signed I lThey will come from urban alum and rural 9. Anto understand that the Bradford allocated to the Bradford County Development
by professional
Authority and funds of the Chamber of Com-
pocket where they are rusting( oul Id. County Development Authority haveto
Iop1e, business, people, farmers white collar may merc to which contributions nude
are by
the mainstream. American life. spend 1S.OOO tax dollars. In their your
worker, blue collar' worker\ and people from endeavor Board of County Commissioners and the City

different walks of life, .representing a croas-' \\'o have many question" that w. feel should to establish! this Training Center Government?
section( of the entire. when our own County Schools. are In such
county. We might add I b e answered, by our political representation and
In closing we wouJd like it
dire. need of funds ? fully understand
that many member\ fIr the Chamber of Commerce the other proponent of this Training C..ntn- that
I NO TAX DOLLAR was used l to pay for
this petition.and some, elected officials have signed 1. Why... 800 petitioner being ignored and 10. W!" would like. to know how many member this ad. but the cost cam out of the PERSONAL

denied a public hearing and why do our of the local government bodies had POCKETS of Interested citiieru W. would

l It has been said by Home of the proponent' of local government ofnciaU\ pursue a program even rm one of the t, books of government urge. each Individual to famQiarit himself with

this Training Center t that then .petitioner* were again them of the people' that data. before making their endorsementT the fact* and not rely 1 upon the profogaiwU dUemmlnated -

i! misinformed that they would sign. anything, have!" helped, to elect tem!) ? S'm. of them have admitted to u* that by. any croup or group': W* urge

1r and many more insults to their Intelligence.As !. thy< knew very little about it when they people who f..l.. w. do to writ Utter of protest -
1 2. I I. the humane angle, which ha .received. *o mad their endorsements'eVe. tb* ofsitk >> to the Governor's Of&.. State Capital. TaJlohaj -

I to the type enrollee we an opposed to, w. much publicity, th. primary concern or I* >n. hav bn repeatedly accused of b*. ***. Florida


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