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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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3,350 Copies BRADFORD .

COUNTY TELEGRAPH


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Official County Publication K&tablMie 1, 1879


STAKKE. KlxmiU'l THURSDAY. JAN. 0. 19C8
NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT



1 Hampton In Running Courthouse Bond Sale Authorized


School} Board Freezes ,


ftNI L Uncommitted l Bond FundsA ( $500,000 To Be Borrowed From SRD I.


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motion to freeze remain- bv a large delegation! of For
\ Ing,uncommitted funds of the Hampton school patrons who Repaying Hydrocarbons Road I

j. Bradfoid County School said they fcaud that theil'school

Itlu i:; Boards $1.200,000 bond issue was belli'( by-pu.sccl III
(for school construction was the impra.emrni; pio/nnn: l Timber The County Commission; were submitted by Sinclair
Firms
1 ,ML--.w J passed by the board at itsmeeting "We are proud of on1' adopted! a resolution at Its Refining Co. Humble Oil &:
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I4WE ;; Tuesday rooming school but we're fitjhtencd." 1I meeting Tuesday to borrow Refining Co., Standard Oil.
: The action followed protests jne spokesman said "With- Comply With I $500,000, from the State Road and Gulf Oil Corp The bids
I out its school. Hampton wouldbe I Derailment for use in con- were taken under advisement
Etfrii nothing." Court Request I struction of the HydrocarbonsRoad and the board plans to make

BHS Cafeteria School, Superintendent Tom and to secure necessary its decision after further

I T' Casey assuiej the delegation All five timberland owners right-of-way on State. Road study

ri- 1 I Workers AreReinstated that there was no plan on who are suing Bradford County 16. Agreed not to sell a sectionof

I I foot to abandon the Hampton for allegedly high 1963( ad Action on an additional county property located In
I School, although he said: tint:\t valorem taxed have replied to loan of $40 000 from second the western part of the county -
a Stats Department of Education a request for admission of ary road funds to completethe to Floyd Wiggins.

Two long-time Bradford report had recommended facts ''by the defendant. I iii2li plannef: load projects Approved payment of $69,12
High School cafeteria walkers closing the school because of Container Corporation. the was temporarily deferred bv for one secretarial chair for

who had been suspended I the small number of children first of the plaintiffs to reply! the beard the office of the public de
from their Jobs by the new I attending [about 100.1 admitted eight of the ten The Commission approved fender.

cafeteria manager. Mm' Helen Casey said that about $1.- facts as listed, but reserved a New Chairman a resolution authorizing the Agreed to partition a section -
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Torley were reinstated by the 164.000 of the 1200.000 bond reply to ,the other two. Jerome( Johns sale of a million dollar bond of the front hall of the
School Board( Monday nightat issue was available for con- The two statements that Issue for construction of the courthouse to provide Tax

a closed meeting. held in stiur-tion purposes after pay- I Container failed to admit planned new courthouse to Assessor Gene Long space to
the USO building I I mrnt of necessiry expenses' ini were listed as follows: Barcus. Kindred & Co. oi store aerial photographs.

The workers were :Mrg. Nan i connection with the issue.!' Of "That $8038 per acre nv- Bond Trustee Chicago Monpy from the Agreed to pay $1.000 to the
Jierritt, with 14 years at the I| this amount, he said onlyI ernse does not exceed the bonds is expected to be avail Suwannee Development Auth-
market price at which timber able toward the end of thl ority for the new
high school cafeteria and Mrs. I I $328 000 had been (commuted: year.
Vera Alvarez with live yearn for what h termed emeigenv Ii nrts were being sold for agricultural Raised month. No site for the court- Denied a request from Flor-
Pay
A motion ,by A. N. Holllduy < projects at Lawtr-v Junior purposes In Bradford house lias been selected, and alma Exploration Co. for per-
I I seconded by E. A. Sapp was High Anderson Junior High County on and prior ti the boar:! Is studying a number mission to drill test holes on

passed ,by. the board stating; and Southslde Elementary. Jan 1, 1963.: An ordinance) to pay city of proposals, county road rights-of-way.'
"The board concurs with the Another $12,500 would bee added -"That on Jan 1, the plain- bond trustees $50 per month W. T Jackson appealed' at Was told by Bill Haas Dls-

[previous suspension of Airs. to this for a classroom: at tiff's land. on an open mar- a raise! of $90 was passed:! the! Tuesday meeting and offered tilct Soil Conservation offi-

Nan Merritt and Mrs. Vera Lnwtey Junior High which ket" were worth $80.38 per acre unanimously: by the Starka for consideration as a cer that the Stats Soil Con
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Alvarez. and further concurs was omitted from the pre- City Council Tuesday night posi(bltj\ cpurthouse' site some servation Board said Bradford
with the recommendation of liminary plans due to an over In reply to the two questions The council found it necessaiy two arid a' half] acres of land County has no enabling act
Eddie Douglas Supervising Principal Clark' sight. Container said' it did not to amend the city codeto fronting; on U. S. 301 just for the proposed watershed

that said suspension be lifted Other than this Casey said have sufficient Information at increase the trustees' south of Alligator Creek. project on Water Oak Creek.
pending assurance of willingness there had been no commit the time, anti that It would after the move was temporarily pay- Jackson Bald the property is1 Approved the Circuit Court

of bald employees to work tment of funds and he assured neither admit ,nor deny the blacked last month by approximately seven-tenths of Jury I list wJUck Included the

Georgia Tech Grid Pact with the new cafeteria manager the delegation that Hampton statement. Charles Schaefer who pointed a mile from the present' court- names of aix women who volunteered -
Replies by the other house and that the
," School would receive due four out the action was contraryto city owns for Jury duty.
Hoi 11-' plaintiffs were received dur- additional acieage adjoining Appointed Gene Shaw
Another motion by consideration at the piopertime. the code. Schaefer as
questioned -
ing the past week. They are: Asking price for Jackson's
county and
day seconded by Sapp con- when the Increase attorney George
firmed1 the recommendation of Following the discussion the Rayonier Inc., Oilman Paper went into effect Tuesday I property was 35000. Pierce as county prosecuting
Signed Tornado Co, Owens-Illinois and Nel- Hamilton of the Su
By End Guy attorney.
C. M. Clark, and endorsed by board passed! motion by mrai- B. Blocker. night/ and was told It did not
that Airs. Helen all non wannee Valley DevelopmentAuthority Bill Shiner assistant coun-
Supt. Casey ber Rodney Hall that remaining take effect until after the ordinance
Torley be hired as manager of uncommitted fundsbe The five plaintiffs who own was officially passedby told the Commis- ty director of civil defense
All-state end Eidie Douglas / athletic scholarship with Douglas, and Tech offensive the. cafeteria at BUS effective frozen until a list of project or have under lease a total of the council. sion of assistance given by the reported that a moisture
leading pass receiver on I Oeoigla Tech Wednesday I 15 .. 73,110 acres in Bradford County .. Outdoor Recreational Advisory problem was experienced; at
Nov. 1965. !
line coach John Robert Bell], n.had, been ..adopted: toy Schaefer was under the impression -
I the 1935 Cass! A etat?:! champion } night.Lookiiig. us the new 'Yellow Jacket pens In one of the motions th.* the InW'J: tllet! .suIt lot JVovernber. that It became effective Committee to Baker and! the pew> EOC building but
Tornado grid team, I charging that new assessments Suwannee Counties for development said i .that installation of a
Iil"lfi-j on are Eddie's parents his signature at his iiome near board commended the admin "If we don't do this, we'regoing when the council last
ed a four-year gi Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brooker. istration of of BHS "for their to spend our money bit levied by Bradford. County week included the funds for of recreational heating system is expected: to
Tax Assessor Gene Long under areas He said loans of $35- alleviate the condition. Ho
"We're proud and pleasedto continued efforts to Improvethe by bit and It will be gone before the raise In the 1D66 budget
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Lawtey Council To get boys like Eddie. Florida food service program at we know it" Hall de the "full value" law are lIe said last week the trus 000 were available for this asked the board to consider
Enforce
Ban I BHS." clared. illegal and conlbc .tory. purpose, and the board decided paying part of the electrical j t
boys have done well at Geor- tees' have not been earningthe
I At last report the two work- At the request of Supt. In filing suit, the plaintiffs to study the possibility bill at the center.!
On gia Tech they are good $20 per month they have
Parking Trucks On U. S. 301 I students and good athletes." ers had not retained to their Casey!' the board authorized tendered the court payment !been getting of such assistance! in develop- J The board tabled for further

Coach Bell said. Eddie will Jobs. (Continued on Page Fond (Continued on Page FourJ He WItS assured however, log .several area lakes. study a request by Shiner

Trucks will no longer be allowed Robert Scott. and the new report August 30 for his first |r they will\ earn the $50 since Commissioner George/ Roberta that the salary of Mrs. Betty I J
to park in front ofLawtey's chairman of the of the suggested that the board Bennett be Increased from the
Spurgeon Massey day practice at Tech Tech Cong. Matthews operation power
office because By look into possibility of connecting $198 she Is now being paid as
post Instructed the mayor to have freshman squad will play five plant has been completely (
the view of residents crossing Marshall M M. Jordan to enforce games in 1966 one against; the I turned over to them. The Crosby and Sampson CD administrative assistant'
busy U. S. 301 after getting an existing city ordinance University of Miami In Jack council had over the years Lakes by a canal to increase and for handling the Surplus
their mall the newly Inaugu which prohibits parkingby sonville. Important Role Of Camp Blanding! In Current gradually] usurped that responsibility their recreational potential Commodity program. Shiner
A canal already links Rowell had
that he
decided said later ap-
rated city council trucks in front of the post' Douglas 5-11 and 198 I given the trusteesIn
Monday night. office. pounds. caught 28 passes for the city code. and Sampson Lakes Hamilton peared at the meeting for

Cars may fctlll; be parked on Mayor Shuford told the 663 yards in the Tornadoes I Military Defense Preparations Is Emphasized Schaefer also asked if the said he would assist the board Carl Roberts CD director who
and loot into the possibility
the west side of U. S. 301. marshall to issue a warning'for perfect 12-0 season. Eleven code specified that the trus- Is reported seriously ill.
of aid from Extension ServIce -
however- because they are not I the first offense but saida were for touchdowns making I tee's must reside' inslje:! the engineering and feasibility -
too high to be seen over. Th fine would be charged the him the second highest scorer Congressman D R.. I Billy i corporate limits. He was referring on Four Youths
parking ban extends from I second time. Chairman Mas- with 66 points. He nabbed I Matthews in a. talk before the !fI./.I'l.&. ) to George Flynn Sr. study.
In other action the Commission -
Massey's Gulf Service Station1: I sey also asked that the reason seven passes Including a pair Starke Rotary Club Wednesday who resided inside the city at. To
: Bound Over
southward to the main street for the action be explained to of 'ID catches for 112 yardsas emphasized the importantrole at. \ the time of his appointmentbut Elected Jeroma Johns chair
Fear of crltlcUm over offcnde. the Big Red squad whitewashed Camp Blanding Is play who h.13 since moved
,_ man to succeed George W.
forcement of the en-I A lengthy discussion preceded : Wauchula 39-0 In the .Inn In the current military just outside the city limits. Roberts and named Dave L. Circuit Court _
led to a half serious the action; Councilman Class A state championship: ( defense preparations th """ Schaefer did not mention any
Shuford vice
chairman.
over whether the "old" or the Dlnkins at first favored game on Florida Field. I United States. He pointrd out trustee but Councilman. Seeber Four local youths charged
I' Agreed to the Bra.dford'County
pay
"new" council should take the 'waiting, until the two other I The big tough end went that Blanding is utlllz 3 ox f, Goodman brought Flynn's Development Authority with breaking/ and entering

action. Mayor Charles Shu- I councilmen were present be- both ways for the Tornadoes 11 tenslvely by the' Florida: National .. 'as? to light.CouncUman. $10.000 as provided by the and grand larceny were bound
ford quipped that the move cause. I don't want us three this past season and lettered Guard as' a trainlm! Orle Wiggins 1965 Legislature. over to circuit court by County -

should be the final action, of I I to !set all the cussing." Chair- three years. He was outstanding site and Is under the genera said the rode spells out that Acknowledged receipt of Judge T. A. Yawn Tuesday

the "old" group "so you man Massey concurred but both offensively and defensively I supervision of th' State Arm '.. elected officials must Uve in four bids from oil compnntr.( morning.

I new! boys cnn" start off with they d( elded to take th* action and blocked flv ory Board. .. the city but makes no such on (gas and oil for county vehicles The youths. David: Shannon -
a clean slate. anyway when Mayor punts for the Tornadoes last Matthews said that In May stipulation about appointed for the year. The bid- 17; Johnny Westfall. 17;
Because he had recBlverl so Fhuford' cited the number of season. 1966 for the first time sin< officials. Eddie Hawkins. 15; and Daniel -

many complaints about trucks complaints;: he had received. He was named to the Florida World War 11, elements of the :4 Rozonowskl. :23, each waI-
parking in front of the post: i Final action: by the old Star All-Confeience squad. Florida National Guard wll! ved his rlxht( to a preliminary

office Mayor Shuford pushed council unier:! former Chairman team, He was also named on: perform their two( weeks annual Parking In Restricted Zones hearing before Judge Yawn

for action on the matter even I Dave Shuford was to of two Most Valuable linemenby field training period al Tuesday: morning.The / .
though only three of the 1966 oknv th closing of an unused Tornado coaches. Camp Blandlnnr. These units!' I g'nigree"niaII' I>. It (fUlly) %Mittthen, (renter. ) rcei-lve a Gets Attention From Councilunload youths were arrested

council were present to( bc I alley off SR-200A betweenthe are from Tallahassee, Pan- : ropy" nf notary'. t-\\sly Test at Hie rlub'x 'him.hriin. meetingeiliicH December' 15 by city and

sworn In. Incumbent Buster oropertv of Albert Sap- HomesteadApplications ama City, Apalachicola, Quincy -, \\ "l.ij. At right It ('.1. .Juirif* .t. irlffln. program Action against; parking Inrf'5trlctf'd their cars, the coun- county officers and charged
Bennett and newly elected penfield and Earlie Padgett Bonlfay Marlanna and with breaking and entering
I clmirrrmn. for the dayton I zones was recommended cilman snld
Billy Anders were not presentfor Both property owners had requested Miami. by the Starke city The council recommendedthat and grand larceny In the Dec

the first meeting of the the action. The Congressman praisedthe had informed him that gram of the federal government council Tuesday after Councilman Mrs' Thomas work in the ember 14 burglary of ,the '

new year. The "old" council also approved -I multi-use of the Blandingarea the delay In building was JUt should be given priorityover Seeber Goodman said ifternoons and on Saturdays Starke Golf and Country
Councilman Paul Dinkins the December bills Are Mailed and said that the fishing to the final determination! of lens Important domestic some businessmen are "beg- but set no specific hours or Club. Two of the boys. Shan

with the exception of one to and public hunting facilitiesare the proposal for consolidationof spending King for something to be pay for her non and Hawkins also face

Hulick' ]\ Chevrolet. It was con- TaC) Assessor Gene Long making the Starke area certain Reserve units win. Turning to the upcoming done." "I think It can be brokenup additional charges here in

The CommunityState tended that the charge. near- placed round 3.SCO: homestead more and more attractive for I the National Guard. second session of the 89th A motion to employ !Mrs. in a short time," Councilman connection with the recent
Iv $30. was supposed to be exemption applications and tourists. Matthews praised the citi- Congress, Matthews said he Margaret Thomas, school police Ruby Johns said. burglary of the Imperial Ser-
Bankof part of the city's recent trade personal property return Congressman Matthews stated zens of Bradford:! County for believes the successful completion woman, to tag cars and In other action the council vice Station on U. S. 301.
i for a new police car with form In the mall over the that the total payroll in their continued progress and of the war In South to put $50 in the Police DPpaitmeiit : At the time the youths were
StarkeAnd Hulick. weekend. the varied: Camp Blanding In taken into custody officers
pledged his full support Vietnam against aggressive budget to pay her Ordered the of two
The "new" council also diaI Both must be returned by operations, including the military promoting this progress in communism would be the was passed' unanimously by pay foremenbut em- found several Items taken In
ployees serving as
) I "U"s"d the lack of progress) mall! or in person to Long's the Florida Game and everyway possible! He men- foremost pi'oblem facing the council. It was left to the without that title be Increased other area burglaries including

I being made. in organizing the office in the courthouse be- Fish Commission. and the I tioned particularly the problem members of Contrress. lie Police Department, however, $5 week insteadof the engine and transmission -
DU-1
Florida new volunteer fire department 1. mtnln- e"pI"i"cproximates per from a 1965 Ford Mus-
The fore April pont of adequate farm laborin pledged continued support; to to work out details of the en-
Marshall] Jordan chief Homeownerswill lose out nearly three million the harvest of the strawberry n vigorous prosecution of the forcement procedure. 250. tang. which was stolen In

Bank at Starke :i of the new department said on the. tax break If they fail dollars ajmuuu, .....<; crop and he praised! thei Vietnam conflict with the "I personally think a $1 I or Told Benjamin Suslow no Jacksonville and later strip
I I he. Councilman Massey and to return the homestead exemption than 400 employees are utll-I i I activities of the local Chamber least possible loss of American $2 ticket: should be put on the action has been taken on his ped. Warrant against the
Edwin Padgett were the only basis 1 proposal! that the city pur- boys have been Issued in Du-
ill not he open applications!, Long llzed on a permanent of Commerce and strawberry lives. cars Oof f offenders" said Goodman -
for business! on I ones present at two of the last said and tangible and Intan- and the activities of the producers in promoting The veteran Congressman who spearheaded the chase some Call Street prop- val County for the theft of
i, three meetings. gible personal property own- sprawling camp area are of the first strawberry campaignthat I concluded by saying that the move because of Insistent erty from him for use as a the Mustang' and also in Al-
Wednesday January 19 I Jordan said fund, have ers face additional taxes if great benefit to the whole :I I has ever been prasented necessary functions) of gov- complaints he said he has' parking lot Councilman Ruby achua County for the bur
Ilobt. E.: Lee' Birthday been raised for a bulletin' to they fail to get their returnsin Bradford-Clay County area. I In Washington. ernment. In his opinion will Johns chairman of a committee glary of a Lake Santa Fe

house the fire truck received before the April 1 deadline. Matthews also commentedon In commenting on the location be adequately financed but been receiving. and' to investigate the proposal home
from the Florida Forest Serv- Tangible personal] property the need for a new Na- of the $384 million that some of the new programs "There are signs there told Suslow she has According to City Police

Thfc)' Space Contributed ice but no progress has been I I includes such items as stock tional Guard Armory at atomic energy accelerator he which he opposed in people there" he know add d why. they are talked with several people and Chief Bill Rosser. the Country

Weekly to Publicize made on constructing It. The I j I Inventories. equipment, furniture Starke and complimented the said an area around Penney I the last session woull: be The Magnolia Hotel gotten varied reactions. Club was entered Tuesday
Community Events by council wa' also fearful the and livestock Long sold. local Guard unit for Its many Farms was still under active seveily curtailed since the nation on One suggestion she said night Dec. 14. and an estl-
city woul-i: be liable If some I I Intangible personal property years of devoted service to consideration as a possible could not afford tremendous Walnut Street across' from the was to purchase the propertyfor mated $150 or more of whiskey
The Community one Is injured on the truck. takes In caalon hand the national security. He said site As a member of the Appropriations new expenditures because Post Office was specifically! a parking lot and turn along with an undetermined
Stab Bank No firemen have been appointed stocks notes bonds, and accounts funds had been appropriatedto Committee. of the situation In mentioned by Goodman as a Call Street Into a shoppingmall. amount of beer and
bad situation. It has been impossible
and no insurance]I and notes receivable. build the new armory and thews said he believed Mat-I South Vietnam. Suslow said that wasn't cigarettes was stolen. Most of
[Continued On Page Four! Defense officials in Washlng- atomic energy research for guests to park in as far-fetched as It might I the loot taken from the club
front of the hotel to load and I
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PA or TWO miAnronn rotnvrv TPUr.r.nArn.: RTAHRK.' rtoitmA J\. II. 19U
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1 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour I 1 Mrs Ed Prevail and Mrs Mrs... Virginia Smith of : Lot-nl admittances to Brndloiri Mrs. Merrill Struth and I', cd. He VIM!! believed I to be recovering I'Dwlght' Carii-r. 1t..t.. rhArR'i*

and son, Doug( and Mrs. Gertrude Packham visited Mr. Jiu kson< vll e and Mrs. Joe County( Hospital this Mrs. George Roberts Sr. were In a Jacksonville with reckless rtnvmir! ?? ,'''rr'ter
1I Gladys Harrington were In and 1 MI''.'. If. G. JurreU and, WlUon attended the wedding! week include: Jjhnnle Bal"derr visiting Mr. and Mrs.' CharlesTatum hospital when his condition 29! by R: C. BI'Jllln,, ,,,,,, j,. C'I:
New Orleans over the weekend I M,'. nnJ Mrs. It. W. P.ickhnm of Miss Ann Dell of Gainesville Issue Henskey. Mrs. : in Homestead the past suddenly grew worse last Saturday was given summons h;
later
attending the. In JuclLsoiivlllo. ou New Year'* : to-JHck Oi >eit Pvevostof Oludys Hu lie Undei-hJll, Nathan week. leslutlng in hU death. 'appear this month I*
I Missouri name.Mr. FIU1'lda-1 day. I I New York City and Wayn- I Sanford.! and Mrs. Car- Mis.' Victor Lamb and Mr. Cone was the son of the county Judge's l.tHlCourthouse /'!.

Cl.ADYS MOOTY I and Mrs.' Bwe.ll Mrs. T. vv. OJh'l'f st. I rsvllle. N 'C., W'dnesda.vnlKlit : ol.Vn H. Fuquii. all of Staike; :daughter: Dawn spent Tuesday late George and Winnie Crosby
Phone 964-OG51 11 nd grandsons from Orlando Simons Island and Mra. C. Dec. :29.! In the Episcopal Mr.s.' Sarah Pearl Carpenter to Thursday In Daytona I Cone of Route 2''. Starke Offices
I were vlsltlnor Mr. and Mrs.' A. |I W. Denny of Savannah. Oil.'have I I Church' In Onincsville.Oui of Hawthorne; Mrs. Einrn.aHoaMlund Beach on busIness and had made his homo In To Remain
B. Walker and J. 1>. Woods In !I': turned! 1> mie tifler a 1 Moyt-r\ J'1of' Jack- of Meho.se; tuid Mr. and Mrs J. C. Ariel Jacksonville for the past several Open

Mi and Mi.Ci.'ialrt; ; (.. .iy.md ; Mrs Lola Julmson returnedThursday Savannah Qa. over) the week-|I, visit with Mr. and Ms. W. It.Nolliiutn .oiwlllf spent lust week with I Homer C. Green and Lawrence I Suarez and children, Karen years. He was a veteran During Noon Hour
.sons ot Mlumi. nnd Mrs. after three wetks: I end.Nfl.vy 'I' and :Mr and: :XW.: : ',, Ills cousins Steven and Stuart :I Meng of Hampton.Mr. and Kent of East Moltne. 111.1 of World War JI. and a member
(N'ornuiii Roicera and daughter, visit with her son-in-law and Chief and MI'!!. Lyle F. Sttinyc-r: In K" vntonvHeluhts. : Strickland.Mr. and Mrs. Willard WilliAms and Col.! and Mrs. J. W. of the Cedar Creek Baptist Five county off fun;,, ha.
Aivjeison and family of VirKlntu Krilny etfit'ii\ \ nnd MI'''. J. C. Vining and family of Salisbury' MC"I Church announced that duiiig ju.
Susan of Oraiiiu' Park were daughter, Mr. und MI'.!. a. H.Uab.irUs. : : 1\1I'.j i iHIK Neer of New Port Rlchey :
Christmas holiday niu-sU otMi in Iiidl.inapoll.4, Ind.'I Beach. Va.. and Mrs. Mrs 1\.1'1111111. !! nt ':'! lined) and children of Palatka were' I'' N. C. t.pent the weekend with holiday guests of Mrs. M F. 1 Surviving are his widow .their. offices will abandon !tJustom
: and Mrs. d. A. Oay. Mr. uiul Mrs. Boil Hull andKrniuleliiUlicii. I Allot) Anderson were NewYear's I their Kiie'-t1. anl: "'II''. all' Mrs I Pitndnydinner: jruests! of Mr. friends and relatives here. Brown. Mrs. Suarez and children Matilda R. Cone: one daughter / oriloslnK iilnnu 'n-
Mi.K., O. allmore and Mi1.\ / Debbie and 1 Diiy liiieits! of Mr. and Svilnyer lit.a. fnmilv!' and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Hitch are remaining with her Christine, and two sons noon -houl' and will remaipen ,
and MI'.8.V 1\1\ 111I11 ItltcliliiK.ol ::. Jim Sliulord, spent the weekend Mrs. Bobby Turner at th; piirty. Mrs. oivMrs.! : ..IJI1lJoel'l I and MI'i''!. W. B. Sewell and family toured the Smoky mother, Mrs. Brown, for several George Edgar and Henr: durlns this time to are'
CtirtliniieMIM.;.. Mr. un.vlis. nl their cmnp on the SUile Farm. ny and :\11 'i. F'.vlii'-: are sUters returned( Tuesday from two Mountains and Gatllriburg. N. weeks.Services. Franklin Cone all of Jack -:ommodate 'pf'l'ons'! wlsln'tflnsact \] :-; ,)
John Benny Snpp of Orhwuwaha Hlver.Mr. Genl Mouly enteitalnud of Mrs.: N l11mAn. I wc-clcs visit with their on-In- i I, C. from Wednesday to Sun son/llle. ''business.
and Mr.[ and ten 1 wlrls at a &lumber pwityon !.I\V and :daughter! Mr. and day. wer The live offices
Daytona Bcai'h \ and Mrs. E. W. Hayes :Mr.\ in" Mis; C 3. Haddock: Held Active pallbearers announn-.
Mrs D.ui Priest und children were visiting. 1\1\ ,'. and Mrs. L. New Year's Eve. An out- I aii.1 finnlly! nl'n1ethe'' ; | Mrs. W. Jeff Powell( and sons Seaman Stephun Pevatt of !II Frank Mlkell D. E. Hall. J :this new policy were Coun-y:
,ot J.lcllsOlwllle1'1' hulida> !A. Wri'kly in Ocala over the of-town tiuest t was, Holly Oator. O\vl: ;Ki-ni' with In B-Missnvllle, 111.Mr. Whltlnur Field at Milton was I R. Chester. J. N. Home, NlclCio.sbv. Judge T. A. yawn.{ Sheriff! p
ur.t.ot Mr. 11 nd :Mrs.V.. J. \\erkend. Oesner of Venezuela. South nntl Mis. J.ick Aii'lfrjon 1\11"1 and Mrs. James BlKs home for the weekend. 1, For Mr. Conc 44 Vernon Crosby an: D. Reddish, Tax As>fl ,I'

Dodd Jr. Hubert Collier of New Smy- America who was the weekend fainIf! "f Sllnnett Texas, of Murray. Kv !spent the holidays Patients In Doctor's Hospital Joe Stalling. Gene 1.onlf. Tax Collector :
,luk. Dowllnjf til) Lake Wnle.ssp. rnu Beach was the gue-st List guest of Betsy Matthews nnd IP'rmnn IflH of Sham- with her parents Mr. tliLs week Include: Mrs.Evelyn Of Jacksonville Interment was in C'rosbj: ; R. Kelly and Clerk Chai-K \*
ni Sunday iknd Moiuinj week of Paul Faulkner Jr.Mr.s 'I her classmate' at liremiti ri'Ck. Texa.. The Anderson! ; ( I and. :Mrs. Henry Stefanelli.Mrs. Goodman( and Mrs. Lake C-metery under dlrac!: Darby. '
it.i' his grandparents. Mr. Vernle 1"lynn spent the Academy. In Gainesville. Ga.MJr. aie Jill I'PIII" of T-'XP'S: Tech Carrie Ritch and Miss 'j Maigaret Rase of Starke: Funeral services for Henry\ LIon of Hnrdage ft Son These offlcos'! will mw ?!
.i.J: :ins. E J. Duwliitg Sr..Joliu holidays \\llli relatives inMobile. and :Mrs. V. J. SptiiKler All Amorlr! in hs Iflln"k. Donnle Annie Darby returned last: j Mrs. Agnes. Sapp of Lake Cone. 44. of Jacksonville, 1 Blanding! Boulevard Funcri. ')loscd for the following ho' ,.
William- it. on then : Ala. and family and Mrs. Emma Andeison.1 nn1 cousin ot Thursday\ after ten days visit Butler: Mrs. Lydia Polk of were held In Pine Level Baptist Home of Jacksonville. days during 1086:
\ .oJ.,! -, list at tile St. John :Mr.\ and Mrs. Herbert Badmnii weie In St. Aumistlne Mr.s. I1ndd H"" "ri Junior CnlleucM Tlionms nnd claimhter. Kath- on Sunday visiting Mr to St. Augustine on Sunday and MiGloria\ < Johns in '' Bensley of Hawthorne.' i with Rev. P. R Lawson. min DWI 3 ; Second Primary elf<:tlol.
I E. C. Mui: Is mid; :Miss\ lei'ii. had us weekend KUestsat and Mrs. R. L. Spengler and and were Ku"sts of the Ifad- Jacksonville.Mr. 'j' Douglas Nolln of Gaines ister of the Cellar Creek Bnptist Charges May 24 : Memorial Dny. IIV(

-- :MonU: :rei.i "e.; Sunday their ramp in the Sci'iil. family.Mr. dock fiimlly in Staike later In and Mrs. Drew Reddish I I ville. Ga. was home for the Church officiating. | Filed Monday 30 ; Independencp Dav ,1111 .
'.11 i.'ii r'ay.-. \-.t: t with H. V. rummy Harper of Starke. Dr.OumiLj and Mrs. Jerry Williams the day.Mr. \were last Friday overnight holidays. Mr. Cone. a painter by I II Labor Day Sept 5: CJ
.->..i. >:.>!11 mid h r rt.i.'M'.er: inJ Chubb and sons and and daughter of Gainesville and Mr.s William Park Kriu'st.s of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I I Over the New. Year/ weekend trade died as the result t of ChnrueF/ nt driving while Intoxicated Election Day Nov 8; Veirans -
\ mpniia( Beach. Uobeit Oreen of Winter Park were weekend xuests ofMr. 'nnd children and Mr. and! CaruthPr.s In Oxford. I IMI' the Victor Lamb had\ I I burns ,received while at work were 'filed Monday Day Nov. 11 : Thank,,,; .
and family
:AIi s Flji'iuit Killliieisworthlin and Ken Over.strett' and t.ons O.Mrs.L. T. C. Chastain.Mrs. Mra. Geoige Parks of Atlanta. And Mrs. R. E. Sewellnf : fas (cupst-s, Mr. and Mrs.; EdKunlK '''In Jacksonville on Deosmber I against! Reuben Frank Prlc'eb.y Ins. Thursday. Nov 24. ij;
Beasley and Mrs Frn.nk
rrtinnea to Birmingham if Jiirksonvlllf.Mr. J. W. Kincald Oa. were visiting/ thsir! moth Lumberton N. C. spent the r from" Morris 111. and 16. One of his fellow workers Bradford Deputy I Friday. Nov. 25: ChrMuii.: I
Ahl .llt.T U \\'Celt''Islt! With uiul! Mrs. B. O. Mcln- returned lust er. Mrs'' Louie: Belle Parks hc'lMnvi with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lamb of threw a paint can into a fire Bell. County Judge T. A. t from noon Frldll V. Dei 1 3
i
;\11lId\ Mis. J n. Dennis. yriand family of Jack.son.llle Thursday with ;Mr from a week's visit!! over the tveeketvi. : Carl, Sewell. I I,: sisters of Mr. Lamb.J.-icksonvllle.: there was an explosion and Ynwn set bond In the cnse at throinh Monday D"' j
liooper and Mrs. U. C. were Sunday unest.s of'er In and. Mrs. C. C. Hop- I I Mr Cone was soveiMy buni- $300. New Year's Day. (close, a'> ,10, ;
Qairett, anil loin children patents, Mr.\ tind! Mrs. J. pe \ Tumpa.Mr. In another unse Donald Friday Dec 30.
innrented tin Hildebr.mlinuse II. DnPre.Mr" and :Mrs.! Donald Bag ---
I well nnd son, mi1 Mls.s Shli !\
011 N.V.0011ul SlreetMr. T. 1>. Dynl lias returned -t
Qarrett has b-eu ti.nts, after ten days vl"ltI Ith ley Morrison spent( the we.-ic"
('I''ed, here by tin1 Murldu c'l.illvc.s In IJt'lniy uud 1'ani- end wIth relatives in CmM- i ti

Highway; P.ttrot Horn J.isptir. inno Be.icli. \ belle.Mr\ I
Holiday Linests of Mr. nil. Mr.\ un.1 MI'' It. E. Theis of Florcncp Thomas ofO.ilnesvllle 1
l,11'sa'k: WlllliiniN! were :Mi.mci \ McxiitKlrla: Va.: are vlsillnuMr. : is spending several ,
Mrs. O. F. Williams oCuirli' iiiil: :Mis. K. O. Dinictinin Lo''im da BaKIwInMr. VII this week with Mrs '

N. C.ll's.: George several Plviin SI' :Mrs U.Tbert Pate.an : / I.iiriU1 D.I vis r-tunii'd :: and Mr.s\ Tyler Jone-- U3
:Mis. .luck\ Woodcock of lust Friday; after \Ion day! attended' the Wrye family reiliilon 1T

Actkinson. N. C. und11'1': I visit with her .Hiui-iii-iaw nn. hi Callahan on SuiidavMrs. i. il'
Charles! McQualu and children I ,ilanuliti'r.: :Mi. and :Mr.s. I, FJI' Edward Burns an'iMrs. .
Sinilli: In P.ixton.. Enroiiteto W. B. Seogulns; attend1 ;1;
VV.i.xcro-s; ( (O.i.Mi the Regional :
Pi.xton; befoie Christina,,I ,I Library staff ..
Annie IlnlMii"i\\oitli I i.' meeting In
:\11'.". U.ivls Glllm'svUleVed
visited Capt. nndMrs.
in Lake Cilj this. ttreklslt 1 nesday.Mr. .
: c. C. Tntuni In Fort
iiiu lifi MiM-in-1 w nnd and Mra.
Sherrod Ham-
:
VViiltou. She
daughter Mi .md \li K )UMcCluskev IVILS iiccoinpanledlioine ilton nnd
: /..J.YJI': juicl :Mrs.\ SmIth sons. Paul and Jim
md r..111 Iy! who remnlned for were In Winder. Ga. over the
Mir. i iI 1V<'l.'kf'lId. |, weekend visiting Mrs. M.im.llton's nn.
I I Mr nnd'--" Mrs. U. U. Andrews. ( parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. and MI'!. FlrvlnAndrews ': Wni-th Jackson and family
YOU CANT BEAT nnd Mr.' and Mrs.' Mr. and Mis. John Greene
Townsend Strickland and visited MM John E Or pn-

( \ :imllle.s cllmi'T'weie Kiifsts! S.iturcl.iy of :\fl'.e'l'lIin" and-\ In J.Jacksonville M. Klvards! on Saturday Sr. and

\ ) Mi: Steven Ki'lley In J.tck- daughters anj Mrs. Edwards
..nvlllefi Ir. were In New Orleans over

:\ nnd :Mrs J. D. the weekend to attend th 2
SeymoinM Sir'ni1 Bmvl (Ilam11' !!. DAYS ONLY and you've saved
'F ET .1 i\e. moved from. (titil N. \Vusi \ .... Ht'f'li.i' Pi-iiree' was Buy now save as never
u-et to their holm( ,; ill railed. ., to
Winter
with the all new -.7\li\; : N Dill.V Walnut who Btrwt.:! Mrs Tiioadny. by th rlenth Haven of her on General Electric
wis 1'elltlnii brothor.. Jiim/ H.ivnes.Mr '. before on famous qualify appliances !
FUEL SAVING, ic /Mouse" at 527 N. Walnut ,.... W. O. If.ille rcohll'nt'rlClllt1I1Y !
i nin\ed to J.ick.soiullle.cn .\
";; nfter two weeks vlsll.
FLOOR ChII'II'.1011l1S '
HEATING will
rein will] her Hnn.... Wn hiime
) this ,
weekend after
Jack" fin ,
lie. imi! their funillles
''i -cjliiH/
!: surm'rv In at In ::\rianil" nnil with her Hintor. I
\'lnipiir.s' Hospital In.st ThursThe II". J. S. A till 1//'. In West Palm
>\ Juhn.s',
'" Hon-inlaw Hencll.SFrs.
i i ,, : \\'. ]If. Afunil.v 3 CYCLES
/ K.iz.irhui.' : of Oilando! and M.-i Soak Cycto
< 1' hci! for the/ iiolkliiys.M' nnd CJiiy Summer Siilo nttenrlrl' the Spring, 15ffo : Normal CytfRegufar
.ind, :MI-H! Dave Paulk fn.slilon niart In
ent (thl'H't'k"lId' on Shlred! Tanipit on Tuewilny nnd We 1 !l.ind. on the Ouf! Con t.1 ni'Hilny.....' They were areompan- Frost Refrigerator 2 SPEEDS : Loadi
:Mr and :Mrs. W. F Herlonx led by Mrs. R. P. :McL-emlon.! Delicate
did I Ihi-lr ('h1lII"1I: alH thel1'amlllos whn vlMltpd' her, Mister. Ho Frost FreezerUNBELIEVABLE Fabrics
': lioine on Simc'av Mr Rev. nncl >fr... R. ,K: Mai.
:
Illd1: 1'V./ If. Steinmey<>r. LM.'ilti, were in Apdlnrhlcol, i Washes Big FamffLMuis BeaU/! OtoaaJSTORIWIDESALESPMAU!
Mi nnd. :\11',. F. V. Heilony C'hrlstnumvocli visitIMR theh/ !
.fi .. H'in-in-lnw' and daughter.. .All,
.II' :Mrs M. N. Herlona.Mi .
., .
unit :Mm. !
..ind' :Mr L. :M. Rltch nd., Oeorjre Fortun.isn
"it f :Mi and ;.Vi's. Kuv' Stein f.imily.Mr.
ine\e'' nil of Ju'-ksi;01111'. : nnd Mrs. r.eonnifl. :Moore
Mi and :Mrs.\ David Brown- ii nd f.-imily .spent, the weekend

M 1 luive li.id. ns iiuests. Mrs\ with relatives In VVooilblntnml t $288 $
Uailim. fa.:
R.irl: Denmark anH;! d.iusthter M. 198
I.
'1 Jacksonville la.st J.MWNon.' nnd. :Mr. nnd
Thursday :Mrw,.., >F. A. Ijiwnon
it" of S.irnsotn fiinernl of 111'1 mint. Mrs.
over the
\eekend.' r.exli IlllsHptt. In Webb. .\In. With TradG
Monday. afternoon.Mi I With Trdda
[lii'nnd"
: Mrs John Brabitirn MODEL TBF"15No
and f.llnlly,1lted l Mrs : nnd :Mis. M. A. Liiw.Hon.spent .".-. ....,..... ... W.IIRllMIIIIelCllT. MODEL

CUTFUEL V'' n Albert' in Orlando last 1111"'.'" theveeltrnd nml, "IMn.inin In Talltl- Defrosting Ever Not Even in th* ..,. ..... ___.. .,... Pushb"ttolWater; Temperaturs
Fit day City with
D.iniel Chandler of Branoid :Mr.I nnd :Mrs." Charles t tnvHon.. Big Zero-Degree Freezer -.o.t... ...;. :;: Selection
ami' Mr., IInl, :\\1.... nmon r tarFTo '
:I> was a weekend idlest of :Mrs.I, .J. T. ( Bill Morar. Fast Freeing ke Compartment .. ___ Washing System Porcelain Ename! Tub and Basks
Mi and Mrs ''''. J. EppersonMi heen 111 Jmx ley. who hi. WaUr Saver Ua4 Selection
BILLS : and :Mrs. Gene Shaw.Mi through: ) the Chrlstnm Convenient Counter Height & DeptkfflbforONE
nnd Mrs. J. D, OJom Jr.. holii'iy.s IIIIH hud the fol
lowing nut nf
andj Mi and Mrs. Walt Hu- town visitors!
(luring! Hut time: :\\h'. ,
:II'k't"1 f' In New Orleans over unit

lIpto5/ 'he we.-kend nttvndluii; tile Mr.s.Heni'h K.Stale' L.( Johns! of Apollo. / SflLE: "
Siuiii' Bowl /Kniue, Attorney and !
Mrs.' T. .
F. ))1'
Dunrnn/ | .
Corhm !
:Mr and Mrs. nicluird -
$.. 1t lIow-I,'. Curnell nml son. Rickey, SAVE NOW on Ms
Stockton) and .son of Oalues1IU imd., :\If'. nml. :Mrs.V.. 19" T1
roul flRt lIST 'U'll \ .ind I :Mr. nnd Mm. F II. j nil of A. Soott.:
Gainesville: "fl'". E.I
Kramer of Starke were N w'Yt'nl"s ,
Silvi'i-nail', :Mrs. Purvis LIGHTWEIGHTPORTABLE
Flaxen
Day attests of Dr.
ands .
Slade Gas \I:: iJ B.irr.v. Carnoll of OCIII...ami;Mr., nnil :Mrs. Oeno I ,

Me 1 It( rv! :\IIY of .St. O vM'jie.; I son. Gene, of
332: VV.\ :\Iad liM.n, SI. S C "'n.' the weekend puestnf Charlnn TlKt-rville.: OehriK S. C. ; ,:Mr.I nnd :Jtrs.: [ STAND AND
:MI\ and Mr.s. Robertli.irkixl.ilp I nnd :\\11'. und ,
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:Mrs. Fred !' ,
Sa
'her
of r Keystone
Phone !)it-77IM( r fUHFVHF
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ll.-iKlit.s( : and Kev. K. H. But 1qi.
ler 11110JI'\ Kmll Weiss of M Channel Reception J1I1; 1 TVRATH

, JackHimville.Jack Out Front Sound & Front Timing. .IHf

holidays Friedman spent the IBSO Handsome, Extra Durabla CabiW 00- .. FOR
with his .
uncle In ** w .. -
ADULT EXERCISE Miami.
A TEmFIC

AND DANCE CLASSES TIIK; KFtADFORDUOUNTV _- r

TELECJUAI'irPiihllHhed BUY at ONIY,89 WHILE THE ;)

WILL START JANUARY 18 every' Thurl'hy SUPPLY LASTS

at t 133 W. Cill St., 157Itelcni

Knrnll. :Now I.'orIurninl: :' or .K;, vninu Class**. Stirke.: Fla. 32091E.

I U :Mitthe: *'. ,
editor ar.d! Other
Tii ;:sliy; 10 a.m. fir> Thursday, 7 p.m. publUhsrSecond Many Values ...


FOIl I.NFOK.MATIO.V: CAM. !IH( |1.011111() I ISuzi < cUs* postage paid .
at Starke, Fla.


Broadway\ School of Dance In Subscription trurla nren: $3.30 R.ites: :'1"1''e"l" -

; $200 lObe month. iulo\ Associate
I Hi I K. :Ahidi-on\ St. Ontolde trncle ar"'\ JtOO ,( ; Store 312 W. Call Street
per yar: $ 2.25 8i ix, ; month*.

j Phone 9646841TJltmFlDAY
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1 1a 1v Mrs Williams 1)I) .h nl1"11 nf B.II t.\1'. .o.14-r." I Privet t I-Inn 10 PaiKh Hall Futch and Mrs. K"miel 2 Corporations
I the llll'l' <>KI''MM' hIMMMl" .IS t'luldt. "+en are leqtiestcd<< to (1.1':" i<[
I II Weds Mr. Brannen In'"I""II1.II'1.'| She ware" .1\slulo Scene Of S upper attend 9'30: ii. mIa..,., at Chartered Here
:suit with! pink hat and u cor- I I j St. Edwards before Instruction I Beta Phi I
Sigma
In Hampton
sage of while cui-nHttoiiM.. Mr. and Mrs. Mclson PrlvetlKave ('\<1111I1'11. This Mass Is offered I Secretary<< of :state Tom

tn n douhle-ring ceremony Following the rorpinony.; n I I a surpil.se chicken supper men Saturday for vocationsto ) To Meet Monday(] /AHnmi has announced the
GLADYS BIOOTY HI the Christian: Church In lerpptlon wits held for the for their son and dl1URhI the Priesthood' and Sisterhood chartering; of two new corpor-
Monday morni" tp.Dc / couple\ it Hampton town luill. I ter-ln-I.iw. Mr and Mrs. in this Diocese. Hirta SlKmi' Phi will hold Its ,.. .Olts i In Bia Hampton
Phnn 9C4nft.1iClara ( (roth 'refreshment tables were I George Privett and daughter regular meeting Monday They are:
< 1.7. Mrs. Sue Willlim-: I cave erf< with crocheted lurernthn I Mrs. Bernice Smith, and night, Jan.' 10 at the home of | CUBB Economic Agency
Bedford Luke became tale: ( .,nft tho bride's cake I Shell!, who spent the Christmas Birthday Party :\\h'; s, Meed[ Lewis. 2 1Vellt.. Inc. care of Ocoige H Pierce,
Mr. And Mrs. Jarvis bride/ "t Raleigh Brannen d I \\'.surrounded' by fern and holidays\ visiting them i For Karen Gissy moreland Street Mrs.! Randy I I attorney 203-05 N TemptoI

Honored At Hampton white eiirniitloiix.' The tllI"I '"- | front Ohio. Johns' will serve as co-hontesa,. I Ave., Starke. Filed[ Dec 28.
The .reremngy' was pcifoi.-i,l' I' r.cit c.-iko, cpnterlnu the tnh'n Among those enjoying this Mrs Joseph Oissy (save/: a All members are "reminded, 1965 by Pierce. Purpose: to
Farewell Reception ed b, the Rev. W. P. McFM: ;: \\.i.s frosted and ilornrnloil i affair with the hosts and:I 'birthday ail slumber party to brinK an Item for< the sllent I provide economic opportunities -

. ., ot AlarliiKi. before un alt."I I'' ii i>ink and. wlul,'. PIIIH 1 honor guests were Mr. and for her daughter, Karen. unction to be held< during for all citizen; Subscribers -
yhttXa Mi and Mrs O. L. Jarvis J. \ del' orntod with a bnskc' o, howlI "rto set mi the set ond Mrs Ol>e I 4 .4' and family who are movintt toFoil white.. gladioli. 1111.1 t .chryi.nthcmuni.s + her .
"l '" l'hlnr1: ter. ;Mrs R. H. Futch, Mrs 13th anniversary 692; Mrs Mertle LeClaire ;ft
, Mvers this week whereMr ...J, j ..{\ A pithof large |I" t 1- ':' ". vintr! at t Hie reception i I Ola Starling Mr. and Mi's I Christmas decorations In Fuqua ReceptionAt N" Box 566: and L H Lancaster

i Jarvis has accepted a r\..,'",*""',.... .. .... ted white lilies flanked I li.) were, \It.". I Hall. :Mrs Marjt.nvt! Charles Starling! and family.I Hturactive t / arrangements were << Box 55. all! of Green
position as minister of music I. ,t."f' altar, with a smaller bouiuc.I : f'linin-d u : Mrs. Jessie Ch.tl'- Mr and Mrs J. It. Devore and : used to hlKhllnht points of Odom Home Cove Springs

and education at the Riverside :.l" ".:JJo..I!. atop the piano Wedding in- :l.-.i.imil, Mrs Sylvia Cox I I family. Mr und ]Mrs. Larry interest in the. Gusty home forthe Bradford County Economic
Baptist Church were sic was pluycd by Miss Ch yl Mr. and1'1I: J D O.1om
Norman and d.iuRhter. J. R. occasion! The eight girls Asrency!: Inc care of Rev.'.
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I
Allen to
honored at a lovely' reception McKlrny.! I! a wedding trip JI' Mr. nnd Mrs Gus Kope- I
iI Mrs. Childress : alb I'aiollna.hero Ihoyv I Aklns of Starke.' and Mr. and I enjoyed' a hamburger! fry Felder L. Rowan. Box 32R.I .
Sunday evening in the First The bride, dressed In n llr'itblue I : ''' lousos. and Mr and MrsOene .
Robert Not and Starke
( NI s 'i-cl, with Mr. Hrnnnen'sciiimliiw Mrs man games and refreshmentdur- (I I Filed Dec 28 1963 by
Baptist recreation hall following Completes Dental brocade t two-piece I'ITS-I" I Shaw entertained at a
and,) daughter Mr. |I family. InK the evening.Junior I George H. Pierce Purpose: to
the Sunday evening I was given' In niniiliiKiby( her I reception Wednesday night I provide economic
opportunities
Assistant CourseMrs
anti :Mi.s Hull Kiilinnd
; f.int-
service. j brother-in-liuv\ tlniney <:ago. of Dec. 20!), to meet CongressmanDon I.
I for all cltt/ens Subscribers
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I tl:)'. the "couple' Is at !home Fuqua of All ha.
Mrs Charles Darby president Dorothy<< Childless of Alnchuii. COlTipl<'tll1j; her con- / Lnlio. : I'I at the : Mrs Calvin J. Houpfc,
I of the WMU. greeted Orlando was one of 13: women I hums wan matching light 1 Instruction" Class Met Monday o-"om home on N Walnut' Box 790; Miss Florence Jern
I (guests: at the door and \presented who completed a year-lona ,,I blue hit; iiivl, her" "cnrsHKe/: wits. I Street | nlnl(', Box 189!): Jerome
I them to the receiving Dental Assistant's; Certificate "rcntcred with n liege, (purple St. Mark's Auxiliary rtrllKlous InM.nicUon for The .funlor Woman's. Ii iii.. Approximately I 100(J( friends Johns. 743 South Walrus
line composed/ of Rev. and /[ course They fulfilled all qualifications orchid.Ardell. i !nude! s f haul students of St I 111"1" MoiKlny night with' the called during/ the evening | Street- all of Starke Florida.
Ann Gabriel Mrs W A. HoKan. Mr and'II RI'lInl1"1l.1"" I III-H! Rilcard's: Catholic church. px "Mitivc non hv. l meeting }at t 7 from seven to nine o'clock to''
I Mrs J. A. Jarvis and family. act< I To Wed Mr Grover Dental I Association and passed I i < will m"f'111I1Ie" ; ).. I January 9, from 2-4 p m. al
Mrs. Jarvls' mother. MrTldwrll. < MI'. Lillian L. lull a.s "iiii- v. :, lfpl ht.o, and St \Trs, '. .Ir-ny" Hicks gave( I the
and Mr. and Mrs. M. the state board examinations! I tnm-of-honor, wore a blue Jan 10. nt 7 :)top m. }at t.h" :Mary's. Church. MaeclPiiny. rlt*\'otionil', follov\eil, bv a shad' : COUNTY) i j the New River Coimrenatlnral
Onbilel I The cappiiiH! ceremony was home of Mis r 11. E Mac Methodist Church north ot,
Mrs Marjorie an- Blain
i SINGING J
('oNVEN'rIoxThe
B. Jordan suit, with n rorMiigt! of pink I I will resume on Saturday. Jan business: ml'1'1 h1K. I Ref'othwere I Raiford
held on Dec a at Anderson'sDental ; on SR-125.
nounces her daughter the engagement Clara Ann of of The main refreshment table I Supply. !, CII'natlom'lIss, : Jessie May ..,-.. 15. at 10 a. m. In StEdwaid's << served'! by Afrs., )Floyd<
I was covered with a beautiful Mrs Childless Is the I- -. 'ffi dYYPC".' Convention will----_ .meet_.n Sunday.. .
WllburiiOrover.
WilllHton. to Edward
white cutwork cloth centered i I, MI's.I I I
daughter of Mr. and
son of Mi and Mrs
with holdlnu red
an t':>1'l'gne
Ocorae E. Grovel of Starke. Elliott Williams] of srnikr. ,. ...... -.. :" .. .
i and while camellias\ This was t ."OS -"'"*''*,*;;..<*" :' "' t #:.> <",. r;
Mh Onbrlcle I It attendlm! I "*- :
silver candle holrtI '
flartkrby d
Man school in Wl'linon MOi'o.er I = with, red< tuners and decor- Patricia Harprr( Ii" ",.. ': .. Semi-annual. .. .}''I;>\\.J 1 "Io\, Y1'', ;
!Is a erarluaM of Bnd- I atM at the base! with reel and Mr 1 lollingsworth : > \ .ilf11!
ford Hlsh' School and is now I white camellias\] Slyer trays JJ"4; ;;
2 ;
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tatlmird"' at Chg'Iretmt. S. C. Wed In Law :
and compotes heM rak" try .. 't'I "":' "CHARGE IT"
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with the U. S. Navy. | wvmrri mil nuts. The cofc" Io. ,,t W.H", 'I'TE .:.4.1. ,Sf*., ', "11 '
Dato of the wedding;& will b"Plinouiircd table and two punch: table.I Mr, end Mrs. Leslie II. Jlni t .. 'i..... "" .""a'" <'a 'r, ',...,.I:. *; .'7 latl'l', I also held gal, .Is nds nf icd 1 nivli I uei of UL'irki: announce\ the .. 'r ,ij<"7' : CHAM HA&& J-
.. ;'i\\f'\ "q, HPvw .
s ,
inii.rl.ixe of llieir .auuhterI'atticut ,
i whltp cnmelllas: around tl1' ; .r ,." {'I 't :.."" "" ,. :,. -
; ", ilat'I 4'r' \ ; > .j la+ <
Terry Barry ;i coffee servlc" anj punch" Ann to 'Va) lie; C &... sow WI :.C.?................i ........... -.i._'......."'.. ";j.......... .. ... d( I "" '* "' ''' _
HollliiMSWOilh] also ot Stark _
I bow It. The WMU circle leaders -
1 lolirlay' Hostess | presided at th> coffee and: '' The Hum'In;ie took plan, In N

'punch tables and !theIsle D;>than, Ala. on\ Friday. De..
Tctiv Hniiy: entertained 31. Cannon Muslin'and
social chairmen el''d.I.i Crisp Cotton
Im-lf friends I .a- ChrJ1Itll1tsplllty liowtpsses I I i I Mrs. Holllngswoitli Gluts
I I '
Wi>:'rirMla.v; nluht.) Her for her weUdliiH a pale blue
29, Bt HIP Bnriv's. new homo |I The church piesentM the jersey dress, ]Her only Jcweli
on Br'.ent Rw cl. I Jnrvls family with an eiv.rave was a htiund of Peals
l silver tray as a pm tin:.!
The! youn folk enjoyed A I'I"CCptlOlIollo"'d al. tin Percale Sheets
and refreshment). :I sift.
dancing
home of hCI'ot1'.lI1d.JA/ ; I cntlo \
Approximately 200 membersof
after which h'nlrlR/ rem.ilncd I Mr. and Mrs. Call Pn vatt. o
the church and friends attended -
with Terry for the nl'iht I, Law-ley. The dining table wa
for a slumber party. Included I the reception.
I| covered with a cutwork lace
I
In the fiii<*i i.t lint wits Mill; cloth centpl'edVlth a past' '

J'inire Virkei'i of Bl'unswlck.I I I ri,...tlc Notonnnk $!,.\>0 nt the pink lhl'I'ct'I'c.1'ej\
Oa TKLFHR/tPII/ cake: The top of tIle cake v,a 7 (

... .. ... centered with n inlnlatuivbri B 1-
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.. u '- ... ..v .. ,.' .. '. . 's and aioom. I'lacearound (: I 'tiP' a. c >&#
72! IflO! :
cake olio' ciunilll '
t + daring'thts'''
l s>
i.ud.v. (entwined with biKluwicnth 4 n aunll G
A
Walt Hidick'siisiioi'1i : + L 4. I ,
Mrs Ilobeil( N...rnvin "rut tie /t J\\

,- ,Idint rake H.s'lttc I toy Mrs a ; .w A(&. !raY 7anltle at n ..ya isn't tmi NItUI. ,. 0. IRf. i- R- -.- ''TI..,
Dlann harper .J. r- l.+.au. 1'IOIEfW'' of. .-. lYll MWO-fllCM. r. 51.67 p11agM. Qa _Nr.., -..,_,,
r /
IIm'ln'tlu'\ .on -nr-tbwn

,':rr iji" -.ts of Fort wcrn IJciiuliu.I'vlVaYII": <_1a ,Hal-\pal e i lUXUOOlJS l OO .COUNT WHffc PB2CALESHI SAVEJ ON OUR LO .1 PASTA PBOl.fS

1'(13( ) HunSPECIALS: \1i and MI'!!. Ronnie, I lIoIl'l,1' i iI + ..
,. "I" I Keystone( Hrlshts: .,, .. aprraltt tws. .57
At' pi} ('lIt.. Mr }anil'! :Mistlolllnsw.irlli e wp 1.i; 2
YIIM4' 2 tta. Ma OR MMM MMiBHI >
I : me.. 11I I king:: .lrr; r kt. ml. tN ., /IIM

Ih'lI home with Mr, ,and Mi.srnil _,# 4 B v KM CMC FILL MITKIt./: 'lt<-K.! $.'Ifl9()! .$4.11'< ca.
ricv.-itl MI IIolllii8/ e I'j x .18 I'U.I.O\U'\SI'S.: !'h'l{. :is'1.91) $1.IT |1'1'> ,,

Worth I Is cmplived\ Ij.v Clay ". -u. 0.. x His or Full Fillwl Uf .:r. $:.h.19:I!) $2.17I./ .
r file 'tile Cooperative" :ut Key- .
anno Heights'Sound/ : use!; pur ciniiciiilcii! "1_ ): JOH x l I'M() "':'LAT.' : I.J.( :' $7.m: $5.97>: ;! oa. nIGANr SJ21PED AND FLORAL PERCALE

1. :' fal; ) x SO ", ) IU-/(. $1. I1!) $1:1:11:{ !' oa.

Of Music' j; : LAY, AWAY PMl 72 x HI7S 1 ,1'1"1'1'11'; Itej/?. :$.">.7!) $1.)7!> ca. m..a. lllao .87 \

Will Be'JlHimAt I ;,.:::, ;. I. .",i x To: TITKI: ), HI"//(. .1i7.i!> $5.: !)7) ca./ ...... a iota ts11I. L

\ Club ;' ttr/jnst/ JaY .. -ii.'ffi &&t 7S x SO I) I-'I'ITKI; IU-K. $T,1i;!) $((5.27 ca.7M IIIr I,
HI
) ; .... ,. X 108 ITM KITTKIl.: Kvjr. $I.'U .!S3.II'.a.
;. .. : ; x HI FirrKI). Rr>.:', :$\17.11!)!> $/fi.;.57! 'II. I IIIH x I Ito I I\T.. It"l{. $!J.I"' .7.57 Pit_ 1
"The, !Soiin'l of lTu11' ,'" will """ ;".t!11.'I G t.r ':.J; rJt ,': l 42. x W; PII.I.O1t'l'ASI( ( ::, Kctf.) !$ I.-t9, $1.27 111I JI ge' 1"ll'TPI: Keg. $5.110! !. .81.87$ ..<...
|Ilr.
: : '
l I" Stirke1Wumill '
the 'thpmi- {- ? the -y. ?vs'ya. ; t, 7ix( Mil t ITTKI: Itrif." $8.l! :9.1.17! e...
'. <*|ilb ploKinm" next o .: e. } 'k. ... .:;: ", ". ... C';':, ,....)'7:nl. .r-- 72 x HI flTTKII.: Ki-if. *7.lil S.V27 .....

W'dnesiliv" .iflern'inn tt. 3,.:.10nlink I I \\-i \ :tit "U".O\\'C.\SI'S.: Ip-g.! 1ItfJ! : : !)_ .91.87 pr.IJtIULIJW. i
In the flub hnnie. j _
The niiiHluil/ fashion/ ,, hnw
will famine: / Snxl: n'oq'w"v'| .s '] .. Utllil'll: AIDS! f ifffeii MrtRESS I 1IIM.ry:[ Anal I'HJJIWS DECOnATflll I I I FILLQWM4RAX
'liu-Ke-MI, hallet. jjirls: from :

FOR Mis,,: I.nry ibsnn's, BUS.I(; I ........, ......... t..r.J6 4J 1CaA t 41 Q 1
Hume! dcpnrtnirnt will f hum, llirlr ('real lnnn. and. l flu.d. .... "-.J- --- 0* twin Bed Size, Reg! $4. RStM tai- "_

FAST FAST SALE! |. will he furnished bv Mina -- a ---....... i... ru :* J
M.iM.ui Green: and l rinirtetti'Mis | ,,, a fsg es*_ ,M II

ft I*. Mel.rndnn' i Is <''lialrnuin I A.eC..NF: 4 Iei iw,_ $43.,1 W lecf 5f > Rieg. $5 ,.. u 1MM MCI/
nf 'the proKi.nn:': )
) !>!)-C hostesses( for til1 ',iflcriionn '
TUFdR\ 4-DOOR $295HTO nil', lien. ,r A. iilflln; ilmliniiin I IIUaiJEH: BLANKETS PC. B/lTH I / MAT SETS w1 ii ici t Till

Mrs. ft A queen Hi i
Scd-in: 1'-Automnlic( / "'H Hone, t (Jiern, Mrs I, I K: AHalh
MIM. .f. Cl 1y.; Mrs Vi + ap4 paedl apaOlto.lq : -.. ...... III .... .(

\ : ( li Frees. Mm John ll.ineMr: .. ....... ........ __3 3tfl ..... $1

'5 8L 4-DOOR $$195 Robert Wnrd l. Mrs S B MMalnrs. ,< ( .id ..... p w- ....) 6h. w.T trf ........ t..pa I.--r_

SKOAN: : -Anlimiiitir I>> I Trlln..ml"llIn. : and Mis A. J B Mi-,, -........ lDm6p A- "d. tf..l/a. .
Kinney Sr. ... AIYraR 11M

STOCK( < NO. MH.'J-A: I Ju "' ... -- __..; t-t:
'59 BUICK i INVICTA $395HTO BradleyGriffi.sEngagement


Told = Cannon Bath Towels

(' 5'Lgt() 4-DOOR $195 Mr and the:111'8.engagement Clyde BruJleyHnnotince 01th..lr 4ti+ -

daughter. Barbara, to

AirroMATir Sidney Mi SidneyV.\V" Oriffli' Orifti'i, 'Jr., son all of of ,,?s? r Color: Hoorflaalcd 5jd lid: Stripes ?xZ
HT'K0.) : SICJ-A: Sturke j7t y .nlrt ,
$ ,
4-DOOR $19"1
60 SIMCA Miss Braillcy Is. a 1961 gra'luiite 'l.
of Bradford High Sc-hool
""
and i is employed by Western, u.wso.w ''

Union Telegraph in Stirk. .} JlrIgu1r
HTOCI\2'T3 U K. $495 Mr. Grlfni Is ..
graduate and has, compl-led SEeg. Brf
Cab. ('ha.sis
(KO) International.
several National I Guard ""WL' Ijulh TowpJ
schattHe la ,
s3io( () .\ now employed .
STOCK :NO. -- ..
.
al Camp B\nn\ <\\mg
'56 GMC '/2TONPICKUP $395 No date hag been set for'

the w..rJ

Weekly and Monthly Payments Little Women c Rand bwI'a 88e Reg. ?JSt Wash Ocflfc. :"I rI t ;

To Meet Monday .
Accepted --. '.

The Little Women's Club M' h y r nwli w tae 'resort tot pr 11 }


WALT HULICK CHEVROLET, W will on table Kincaiil be presented etiquette,! at their a bv program meeting Mrs, J 11 iJ lit TlJUL'Is 77:: Datu T rmldt"j j

I INT.: Monday. Jan. 10. at 7:30: p.m.I
In the clubhouse. I i iHoiteiwmf I n'1 f, A 9pe.. IrrM '<: Ao ..k ... ,... __
Authori/fd Chevrolet (Dealer In Bradford for the evening :
---' '- .- 41A. 'Jk 1arr ,
and 'I'nion Oainlie43l will he Sharon Noegel- / and I tt10N6'I_ _.0.4 t

: () I XOIITII; ( I'HOXE Jfi! i.:)i9U11!)., -''in.li In..."i. 'fr.. | ....' ..-

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EnforcementOf i I become the main street of I decided It would be too expensive School Board Woman Driver I I southbound car driven by tied Gator trailer used to Noegel' Market the Rev. Joe McCullough Dr.j

Starke to build a bridge ,'' Marvin Earl Harris of Route haul the rig away were found 1[. II. Adams. Bradford Co. f

I Again heard, Roy A. Dewberry across the canal.Chairman I' 1. Starke. Damage to both I on a dirt road about a mile Broken IntoA Hospital Nursing Staff aniS:!
Funds Runs Red
Is Freezes
Parking ,;, on his:, proposal that I Carl Hurst asked Light, II' cars was estimated at $450'1 from the lake in Clay County I Brannon Funeral Home for

Westmoreland Street be extended Jimmy McRae to check with I If caught. Turner but the motor is still miss nighttime break-In at _]IE L the kindnesses shown us|

Recommendedrcontlnued across Saratoga the SRD about a culvert. (Continued From Pane One) Hits SHERIFF chanced/ with impioper change ing. Witnesses' saw a man take' Noetwl's Mlnit Market on luring the loss of our loved!

mights canal to Pratt Street. Awarded the contract to I of Una and leaving scene of the boat. from the water Noith( Temple Ave. was reported one! May God bless eacft of]
architect When run A led light
) to :you
or $8.445
Prom Page Onel He sun :< *>ted the council con- purchase uniforms for city payment: accident. Frank Mitchell an-, across the lake from Gardner's this week by the Brad- you The S. P Yarbrous
for work already I and bump into the Sheritfscar !
;
tiift \tin Stuu- Road Depart- employees to Alvarez Store Don Moisan 'I itndthat's other Hampton Negro and home, Deputy! Sheriff ford Sheriff's DepaitmentNo Family I
that's
sound and predicted that I ment about( 'ettinx/ a culvertfor upon the recommendation of done on preliminary plans for news! passenger in Turner's car, is\ Dolph Reddish said. arrests ha.e been made -_
Law- what haP ltfId at Uiu
North Temple' may someday the "-,lIIal The council had a committee composed of construction ejects at I being held by city police The motor was a -T5-hp) yet In the December 29 breakIn. -
Anderson intersection of Call Utieut::
Councilmen Seeber Goodman tey Junior High pending arrest of the diiver. Reported stolen were 10
i Johnson 1961 model. SerialNo. Plaza
,
I Junior High. and Southslde and U. S 301 about 10:30: am. I
Jimmy McRae, and One Wiggins V 4821252147752. The cartons of cigarettes, two cases
.school. It also entered Wednesday.
Elementary
Mrs. Johns said she had Gator trailer, unidentified of beer and some wine the
owner Barber
Into a contract with According; to city police Shop
I
Investigated getting the uniforms Trial has Peterson Broa. Inc thieves drank in the market
Morgan to prepare final plans who investigated! the accident Bigamy ,
from the State Correctional and specifications for the Willie Mae Dieiks, 40. ot 1455: painted on It. The Serial No. Entrance was made by Starke Plaza

erwillegar r are too Institution far behind, but in making they three! tchoolu, which should:! Mends }KOU.U Norfolk Va.. Set Jan. 25 I Is 1-88 Model 517. out breaking window the and glass cutting in a roll theSCI'cell Near Winn-Dixie

be completed and ready forbid driving south oa 301. ran a

their own uniforms at pie- around February 15. Casy led light; and clashed! headon idcliodiiled! for trIal In circuit CARl: OK THANKS inside Andy Dobson
She said deal with the
sent a Include Into the left side of She- Our heartfelt thanks to all
( sa1<.1. The Improvements 23: Proprietor
.state might be worked out court on Jiuiiiuiy ore
classrooms a library tiff P. D. Keddish's 1905Oldsmoblle who extended!\: comforting CAII, > OF THANKS
W. Brock and :M.irthaMolae
Arthur
sometime in the future I II YOUR PATRONAGE
Motors and a cafeteria. which was being Gutheilo, each chargedby sympathy and help In our We wish! to express our appreciation -

Received a report from The board decided to consolidate driven by the Sheriff est on the tate with bigamy. recent sorrow. Especially. to our friends. ,I AI'PUECIATEDDon't

Councilman Goodman that ] the former Russell Call Street. According to tha Information -/ thanks to Dr. P. O. Felos and neighbors( and especially to (4,
I
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County Sanitarian Jack Tra- ,
Hornsby bus route, extendingMrs. :! The Sheriff's car received llled against the two by the Bradford County Hospital '
wick has taken the responsibility N. T Green's route to i about $200 damage, while the the state attorney's staff.! For the beautiful service -

USED CARSWe conditions of correcting unsanitary behind I pick up all children In East Dierks' car a 1D62 Mercury Brock "having a former OftiCe'l floral offerings and other Miss This OpportunityUSED t
on property
Stajke. !living north of Highway / I was damaged to the extent of 1 Leila n. Block did kindnesses we are deeply HOUSES ,
the Tastee NoithTemple '
Freeze on I f'
S330. I grateful.-The Arthur Alvarez
IS. ,
I have for his wife one Martha !
Will
deliver to lot in
Ave. I your a 50-mlle-radius. Ideal small ,
In other action the board: The woman driver was Mooie Gutherie, on or about familyHOUSEHOLD. : ;
Heard Mrs. Johns report homes.! Limited supply just obtained from Un Iv. of Fla. '
Approved a mechanical charged with failure to have I the Uth day of January' -
that the county already has I Sound frame construction. ,'
course! for RJE high school vehicle under control causing; 1905." The Information continues :

plans to open<
can run from west Starke to Heights as instructor I bond. having a former husband..: 3 bedroom ______________ $2.295 ,
SR 100 and on to Crosby
Lake Right-of-way for a canalIs Adopted policies rules and Other Accidents Jamas C. Outherle. diJ marry PESTS 2-bedroom Duplex: ------ $3,793: \'t. '

being obtained now, she regulations for the adult education Michael Lee Geaiy of Jacksonville and have for her husband, Arthur V D..tvvcHviV 3-bedroom Duplex: ______ $3,993: '

Arc projrram- was charged with: '\ Brork." The alleged V..I..1to1'l'. WILL TKAI>K OR FlS. SCE, PHONE 378-2131 OR i
Overstocked Need said.Followed failure to have vehicle under I marriage occurred in Folks- u..orghttr -
Granted three days leave of WHITE MI1I-STATE
City Surveyor .'1 II"OMc"I. KNGINEFHS.: : INC., :MASONRY ;
More Room I Merrill McMillan's suggestion, absence for Miss Della Ros- control causing accident ton, G.i.Brock. : .., Bt'ILDINO MOVERS P. O. BOX 14491, ('XI\'. ST.V, ,i "
We Have when he clashed Into the tear I and
enberg guidance counselor, to Martha :Moore '\
that he be hired to permanently GAIXE.\ILLK:, FLi%., 32601 i!
locate several corners I attend functions of the BPW of a car driven by Robert Gutlieiie were represented by ,

Really Slashed The Prices being disturbed:! by the sewer I Club. of which she is state I :Rdwards:: of Pierson as the 'I'I attorney H. V. Knight at theh '
president. latter was making a left tw'n' arraignment before Judge J. -
project in Green Acres at a
During This cost of $50 or $60. They are I Approved a remodelling! job on Madison Stieet Tuesday:! I|j I C AdkIns on August 10. They That'sOur Business"If )
morning. Damage. to both cars,1 I each GLASS
vital to the city McMillan I in the Staike junior high pleaded not guilty at the :
was estimated at $175. Geary I time.
school! for a new Inaugurated
Clear said. course -
The Lot Sale I :! by principal Jim posted 27.50 bond. I r i It's Glass We Have It" ..

Willie Turner, Hampton Ne- Boat .
And
Temple. Motor Phone CALL WRITE or VISIT
Truck ParkingHit gro broke and ran, escaping
1963 TEMPEST the law following an accidentat I Stolen From FOR ANY GLASS NEED .':,.

$ 995 Tudor-1 Speed-Radio, Heater In LawteyI Timber Firms 301 the and S.Intersection R. 100 I of Madison U. S.i i' Lake Geneva 964-3965 ,. We Design Modern Store Fronts '

Just Mail Us A Pattern }'orSHEA'S.bGLASS
SLI] Tuesday afternon.
I Continued From Page One) Present Facts. Turn-I'I A 75-hp outboard motor .
er was In the 1
1961 Falcon Futura wrong and boat were stolen from the.. Florida
$ 695 taken out against such a Ing south on 31)1.) and attempted Lake Geneva home of Sam ,
Coupe,, Bucket SeaN, Automatic, fCo-ntlnued From Page OiwJfor to turn light on Pest I il
liability Ma.lIson'l Gardner at Keystone Height., CO. ,
Itacliii.! Heater. Tires Like New. cutting in front of
'A decision was made to con- taxes computed on the I Monday nIght. according( t:> J
tact Joe Dorko. organizer and basis,. of their own vaIuationwhirls the B'adford Sheiiffs De- Control (NOT INC.) > :
1948 CHEVROLET ICT A. n i'nr! al t 5titit, ." 111ft., I II
$ 1 150 president of the new depart-I ( ranged from an average Tore.. County !Fl'ilclnIS' ... partment.The 6' CHEMICAL CO. 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I
Panel Kims Good. ment, to determine whetherto of SIS 60
to $36.81
( per acre. I l dn 41))' I I'2''"' boat t and an unidenti !' I-
go ahead with the projector I Long fixed the value of their ---

give the fire truck back to lands at an average of 4>7I D
21959 FORDSTake the Forest Service. per acre. I

$ 295 Your Choice. "We ought to go ahead The plaintiffs have asked :;L ..,wt1ea'ze- a
a
with it or give It [the truck 1 the court to set assessmentson ( \ "

back," Councilman Paul Din- the timberland. Involved, ')

kins stated. and to enjoin Bradford County -
1963 VOLKSWAGEN In other action the "new" Tax Collector J. R. Kelly iiw4sc0.JtirD SHW60SfciA \

$1 I V395 Radio, Heater, 20,000 Miles officials, Mayor Shuford from any action( against them I' \\:

Clerk Ethel Reddish Marshall for non-payment of taxes. :>--u )
Jordan, and Councilmen Din- I One of the plaintiffs, Owens '.',
I,',',
1962 CHEVY II kins Scott. and Massey were Illinois. entered suit last week '

$ 8.5 Fordor, Automatic, Radio, Heater sworn In. Massey was elected against Union County, pro 2O( words or leni. one insertion Memorials. Kenolutlunn" etc ]>l.play Ad In Cla lfi d Section: .
chairman for 1966 but it was testing the $77 per acre average (minimum charge) .. __ l.OO)/
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wonl __
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__________ .03 91.50 Inch i ,,
decided to wait on all other assessment on 1.929 acres If not paul In auIvance-----! 1.25 per -first Insertion. ;

1960 FORD FORDOR< appointments until Councilmen of Its holdings in that county KI1pd; l, riitlnt, or blind ads Card.. of Thank, : I'p to :50 wont $1.25 per inch after /Hrst. i ruwr tl on. """,',1,"
$ Buster Bennett and Billy
495 1 Hardtop.1 V-8, Automatic t Radio, Anders are present. (mlnLiiiiim rluirico) -------------- I.2.1 (Inlmuni charge) -----...------- 2.50 .';>

Healer. New P iint. I DinkIns and Anders are the >Et'Ji.: O1. i%"n\riov: TO11I..II.:1l I Koch additional word over 20 _, __ .03 Over 6O words. : per word________ .05 .. .f"\"\
new faces on the council. r : : !-.It'1'1'IIU1.4, : 'J,1Noll. i -----

$ 1962 RAMBLER I Dinkins had served on the i..i. la. hwri-oy. given thai Insurance Problems? I HASTINGS; MATTRESS FOR SALE FOR SALE-3 bedroom frame MAIDS NEEDED: 7'/4 7 houry i''

605 Fordor, Automatic Radio Heater board 25 ;years ago and in the till rHltfriecl.I unclcr. the proof Call The Man From & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Ready mix concrete, concrete I house at Lawtey. $75 down. no work day $24 a week. Fringe* ;'"
December defeated Milo vIliia, of l'h"t..r., 20.9:1: Laws 71 t Lemon 3t. Palatfca block. house piers sand, cement qualifying. Call Phil Bla<:k. benefits, including paid vacation -
Keystone"George
i'Ioi'klii| "('tN of'l'l-l'l.! I ,,'111, mortar mix, rock, steel. '
Smith for a two-year term. n-Klnur. with the Clerk) ,o.f. tha. E. LaRue Furniture Repaired! eyster shell Vmerock roof Ph 359-2804 3tchg 1'6 sick leave, and group In.
1962 FORD Fairlane Anders: defeated Earlle Pad- c'lrcult'' Court .Ira. and tarr..rI Uriel-. Upholstered & Refinished surance. Phone 969-3801. Ask
gravel, lintels.
BBAEFORD FOR SALE-2 bedroom com
$ 995 gett for the one-year nnex- County, )Florida upon receipt Keystone Heights for Mr. Shaller. tfch
500 Fordor Automatic, Radio pired term of Eugene Pearson of proof of piiiIIcat Iii of Consultant For All Your MATTRESSES REBUILT ENOR. CO. Phone 964-2521. pleted frame house at Hamp
Heater, Clean. IlilH notlc'f< the fli'tltloiiH! name New Innerspringsand Starke. tfchgINSt'RANCK ton. $50 down no qualifying.
who moved to Gainesville of Stirko; Nursing Home. under. Insurance Needs.Representing I _' EUNICE NURSERY
Box Call Phil Black collect, Jacksonville -
1965 FORD PICKUP Majority of the council, noH which" nt wt 80S lire, S:11M'8I1fed. Col ley In KDIU bUHI-!!, Drop U. A Card Springs or Call : 359-2804 3tchg 1'6' Time to plant bare root trees-
Great American Int. Co.
Dinklns
Scott and Mas'' .
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$$1695 I eY 5turki,> riorld.i AT REDUCED BATES Pecan, citrus fruit shade
I 11.000 Miles. Heater, Loner W. B.. in Groups 1. 3, and 5 respectively !.awl un II. Thomnn, SOS S. The Traveler las. Co. PALATKA KA 5-OrSO AUTO. FIRE BOAT WANTED OLD COINSAp- trees. Camellia azaleas, ornamentals ,
I 100 Per Cent are beginning Coiiey It.niJ., I sturke., *ll 473-4692 Day AFTER 6 P. HI. '
Factory Warranty. new two- Klii I 1/3 In- DOYLE E. CONNER praisal service free. See Man- container grown. 2.
terms. tt'r.'',t. J U, (' Thoiiiii22' Mi>ntR 473-1325 NilesAat MRS.\ PEGGY SH, J.LEB I
Councilmen An-
year "nii'r3 A\tl. Cleveland' Ten It 209 E. Adklns St. INSURANCE AGENCY ager, Home's Restaurant.Lawtey miles No. Lawtey on 301, turn
$ 1963 Chevrolet Impala ders and Bennett will be up Ira Irti-ri-Ht.. end Lewis I J. >VII Fire Home Business!! tfchgJ Fla. Phone 782-9827. left at sign. Telephone 782-''
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$17ftS 1 Fordor, II. T., V8. Power Win. for The election former next chairman December., Dave Tcnn ll.. 440 I JUli.1:I, Inter.4t.St. nv."vn..r"clev.-lanJ, Monthly Pavmesit 1'Un Starke, Ac itj I 12tp 3'10' I 3465 4tp 127| ,

dons' Seats t, Steorinfj Brakes Shuford. nut,-,. (thin I 2 sth( day or l>ecem12Wides. COINS WANTED FOR RENT4 room unfurnished -
also a county commissioner I i
and Air-Sharp. j! FOR SALE Good business J MARY\ QARTERPAINTS duplex: apartment. 708 CHRISTMAS LAY-AWAYS
did not run for reelection BUY SELL TRADE I.
.0=;:== -- and residential properties In LEFT UNCLAIMED
after 12 the .:= -.. for Lake St. Call 964-7964.
years on ; = 21hr.pprnl"ILI Service
1963 VOLKSWAGENKarman Starke. Improved and unimproved SEWING MACHINES WE
$$119 1 1 5 council your old coin free of charge.BELOTE'S H. V. Knight P. O.Drawer' FOR SALE 2 bedroom house- have two 1965 Dlal-O-MatiO
Chia I
Sport Coupe 4 Speed
DRUGS
I !! F. City. tfctm, nice lot, good:! community closeIn I Zig Zags that have never been
Trans., Ratlin Heater
Keystone heightsMALE t and moderately priced by used They were Christmas

Tires Like. New. TO -nilHI 1'1'| M 1.\V ("0\:11\\: \ I FOR SALE-10 acres land 100 owner Ph. 964-5801. lip 1230' I lay-a ways, never picket: up

1. 1. V. "'lIlIa moon nni not Custom Made HELP WANTED-MenIn south. J. !M Edum-ds.:! Jr Day Complete Line customers left area, We are
$ 1956 BUICK STATION rNpfinnl ble foi, any lnd.'ltt,'clniiHnimle For Florida Llvta I good health age 21 to 60. 8 I phone 964-2521 Nlte 969-1324 ofPaints FOR SALE HOUSE AND I unable to locate them. You can
.
295 WAGON. GOOD h>r anvonp other than my- hour day, 5 days week Two tfcha. FURNITURE. 210 N. Cherry
CONIITIONOUTdCO act: t :More weeks paid vacation state retirement St. Phone 964-7271. tfchsr
Sip 1/11: YOU balance of $47, cash or terms.
and Social) Security.
For Your $ $ $ Write or contact Personnel Supplies For FOR SALE O. E. Refrigerator Write: Sewing Machine CO|

No Salaried Department( Sunland Training TV SERVICEBy All Purposes and washer. Real bar- Bradford County Telegraph,
or Com frain. 964- Starke Fla. 18
Phone
Bulllngton's 2tp |
Center. P. O. Box 1150. Gain
missioned Employee esville. Strhir( 1'27 By Hand and 7271. Itchg
A Teams Oil Company MOVE RIGHT IN
DAD &
BRAD LARSEN i FEMALE: HELP WANTED :Marine: & TV Power Tools NEED CASH? Sell famous ''NO. 333-5 room bungalow I
LIKE TO WORK : Age 21 to 54 8 Knapp Shoes. Full or part
needs a man over 40 : Rood health fully furnished storage bldg.l
hours day. 5 days week: Min. We wish to announce that Phone 961-8201 time. High commissions plus Nice shaded lot Just out of -l

for Starke YOU Benefit! 'education 10th (trade: vacation Mr. David Gunter i is now 353 N. bonus. Complete line for men Starke Only $4950 with $1500down. ,
_. ..._ TempleTR.tNSrORTTION and women. Equipment furnished -
1960 -- sick leave, and:! retirement our full lime factory train- ,*

All Sizes on Display benefits. Write or see Person- ed TV Technician. free. Write to Wm. E. TRICK FARM BUY \
We need a good man over nel Pierce. 18 E. Steele Orlando. ? ,
Manager Sunland Train-
8-10-12 Wides NO. HB-20 Acres -$16.500'' ;'
Ford Fla' :32B04: 2tchor 1'13' 1
Wagon 10 who Ing Center P. O Box 1150. 30 Day Special ,
can make short 11/2 Batha ; Keep your party together I 17 tillable acres. 2 wells

STRAIGHT( auto trips for about a weekat and Expandables Gainesville. :Tla.itchel'27 I charter a Greyhound bus. Call FOR SALE-farm on Raiford & nut trees. Furnished:! 4

a time. We are willingto I II NO TRESPASSING or Hunt- TV SERVICE $3.00 ;i Lacy Conway Greyhound 964- Road. or will sell 10 acres,II room home. Utilities fru1tl' ;,

STICK I ing will be allowed on my CALL '' 4051 or night 964-1044. Lacy near Hellbronn Springs. Ph. shelters. garage. Just |
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pay top earnings New and Used8Yr. property. C. R. Cooper 724 TwoliIes: of Starke Conway Flying Service. tfchs 964-B321: 4tp 1'27 down. ;\

financing available Old Lawtcv Bond!, 2tp: 18' tf i I II FOR RENT 3 bedroom STROUT REALTY
I 2117 N. Temple Ave. :
1956 Mercury Tudor H. T. $18,300: In a year plu" FOR SALE Petunia.. Pansy.Snapdragon FOR SALE 1 Portable Electric -' house. 2 baths heaters, vene- [IV. S. 391]

Use Our Rental-Pur and other annuals IIOI'SES IX STARKE i I Welder. 250 Amps. 110- tian blinds. Also 2 bedroom I Phone 969-3491: I:

a new our U.H a bonui' chase Plan-Payments Also shrutoenr. Mrs V Several two and three bedroom :I 220 AC or DC current. Just furnished house. For information -i
i like Goetzman Bros. Oar- see Mrs. J. D Sey-
R. new.
Ferguson. Rallor. Road.
1960 Ford Under $30 Per Month houses for sale or rent ,
Fordor6AUTOMATIC I FOR SALE German
West Phone and one very good mercantile I, herd female 9 months old.:
Heights. tfchs
Our top men In other partsof : RENT-Two house( tratlrc -I building: for rent. A. J. Thomas BABY CRIB, good condition. All shots. Loves children. '

country draw exceptional i spaces on Lake Santa Fe. Realtor. Tel 9B4-8701 i for sale or trade for bed In $35.00 Phone 964-5801. Itch* :
mm
earnings up to $16,500In : Mrs. Maude B. Corner 468- LOST Pink Angora wool I PURE OIL COMPANYHas good condition. Ph. 969-4042. t

1962 Ford Fordor--6 a year. This opening In 112 after 4 p. rn 4toh r 1'20' sweater. Label made In England two bay service station. ltp 1:6: FOR RENT-7 room house lo-j( ,':

Mobile Home Sites I FOR R.E't"TBml1.ll! Call Mrs. T. T. Long.: for lease at Walnut and Mad-' cated at 762 N. Walnut St-Tj; '
SHARP Starke 18_ worth just as cottaue. Itcha ison Sts. Paid training avail FOR SALE: 1955: Chevrolet 2- Call 964-0201 or 969-2594. Up] :
3 and bath.
AVAILABLE rooms Phone 964- .
much able. CaU (door sport sedan standard
to tha right mun. Travis Mathls, Jacksonvi.lle ,

1956 1 Pontiac Contact me. Full Lake Privileged 2261. tfchu FOR SALE' Sweet Potatoes. 356-1331 tfchg, transmission. New set tires. FOR RENT-Two 3 room ujT,
Fordor J. M. Dwyer phone 864-2175. Practically new transmission.
Homestead' Exempt- FOR RENT-1 and 2 bedroom per apartment. No pets.
Itchu i Sacrifice. $300. Ph. 473-4578.
trailers. Can be N. Walnut St. Call fj
Financing moved on FOR 403t'
SALE10 ft. by 50 ft. Keystone Heights. Itp
Art DirkersiMi. PresidentSouthwestern IF YOU after 4:30: p. m. ltc F
I your own lot. Also different NEED a home or house trailer. Bargain price,

1962 Corvair Pick-Up Lake Geneva kinds of baled hay. J. B. apartment we can save you $2.500. Excellent condition. FOR SALE-Three and
Petroleum ponies
I White phone 964.1651.2tp money See W. H. Nollman Cost 5900. See.11'::\ Walker at 1 horse. Phone 969-3925. HEATERS Cleaned and! '
29.000 MILESTERWILLEGAH Corporation. 1'13' 510 N. Cherry St. tfcha Walker's Shell Service Station. checked. All types24 hour]
Trailer Sales] I 2tp 1'13: service. Also! Refrigeration
Hlarhwav 100. In Starke tfeha: orj'
534 3-urth Ialn Street ,: FOR SALE-Used Furniture. TWO HOUND DOGS strayed I|I Boiler service. Call *e-4O21.

MOTORS Baby bed. twin beds living to my place. Owner SPECIAL RATES for Roller BARGAIN r.'IGHTat Fun
On Route. 100, One Mite SE 1 may I or 664-8641. ltch i t i
Fort (
Worth 1. Texas" Krvvtone IlrlfhU I room bed room ..suite dining have same by paying ror this Skating parties of 10 or more Spot Roller Rink every Tues ,

';Your Authorized TorJ Dealer in Bradford Open Sun. & Evenings suite and odds and ends. Mrs ad. C. L. Atkinson P. O. Box j i at Fun Spot, Bradford County day 7:30: til 10:30.: All admissions FOR BENT! Unfurnished ll V

j County II III Clayton crawford. phone( I I in: Brooker Fla. Phone 485- ', Fairgrounds. Call 964-9901 for just 35c. Skates Included bedroom house. 308 S. Waterlp-

I I 064-1653. 3tchz 1.20 I 2t25.; 4tp 127;, j information. 4tchg l27| ] 1-27. everyone welcome. 4tchg St. Itch: .


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II 3;:; Tornadoes Win All-State! Honors Seymour Signs / rolled:! a high of 485 for TV.- came out on top over Independent PAGE FIVB

LaRue Insurance also took: Telephone Co., 31.Oeol'ge Cagers On Road record Into the game Friday.

Three Redskin Pact three from Larson 'I'allerSales. Grand led the winners Friday Host I The JV cagers have won
of .
;
Bradford .
Hlgh'slate Earl Ilnyner two and lost four.
urshlpsGuunllinebacker
I pound end Is also] adept at for rolled a \with 16:11: set. and Ernie
L'humP'/ 1.168 yards. A ,
shifty
Ul'ldd"I's. Steve Tlltey. bloikliiK high of 4S7 for LiiRuu!!, while Puts rolled.! 570 fOI'ITC. Perry SaturdayBradford
punts ho ;
quarterback DonaLj ;; got I'lvuduiiiiK speedy runner with Starkc's Kallie Seymour
Falcon fullback-linebacker Mic- uncanny 'I Audrey Flakes' 335 was high
end Eddie Douglas and centermlddll'lIual'd key Agner. and halfback the past season He bulunce. he also carried the puiitvi lor the University of for Ltirson's.Team I. Standing: Staike MotorParts :Utah's basketball-

Butch Red Dwight Elder barely missed Falcon's hauled In 28 of quarterback pigskin for 493 yards in 87 Floi Ida's FlHhtlng[ Gators for stanJnfts: D&W. 39- 44-21 Camp BlancllnK. ers will xu to Live Oak for a I This man
ding have passes for a total of tiles, the past three 43-25: Turwlllcgar.
been .elected on berths on the 22 player all- 663 !! a 5.6 average. Includedin ::! years has signed 21; Cnrp's. 33-23; Murrhee. 40-28,; conference (game Friday:! night.
the 19Bi Class A yards an ave'ulc of 23.7per the 58 completions were 16 a bonus contract with the Gem 30-32:: ; Faulkner. 36-32;
All-State state eleven in voting by thestate's 3523Williams.. 32.28; S.if January 7. but will .returnhome
football learn. reception. Eleven of theRel'lals touchdown passes. Washington Redskins of the Oas. Clay Electric. 33-35: Starke. can help
top spoils writers last 29-31: LaRue. 27-33;; Saturday to host Perry.
I I
I
All were for National Jaycees 1
three are also all-con- touchdowns I Falcon played every game .. Football League TV. 2AtU 3RaS' _. .._ 31-37; Diaw-Tite,
fete week. Coach Hurse said thatIf making him :. Lorson'a_ _. _IRI._ ._ | Both games will begin at 7
the un 29-3D
nc eand all-area team team's tec- though he had injuries In two we nas been drafted by the! 43'-4', ;; ITC., 27-41;; Starke
members the Tornadoes had been ond highest scoter with 68 that Redskins and Lanes. 2148.rl.iolic j I ;p m. with a JV preliminary you!
and would have Kansas
won stopped mostplayer's. citj
top awards given mOle publicity in C.H3: 1F.RCL11. Lr.\(.['E
the The
at the points. Two of the IT Chiefs Tornadoes have beaten
Quarterback Club's u-cep- I I ] He quarterbacked and of the American! Foot' Starke
an- area's Motor!
dally parts moved!
nual newspapers so tlons came In the ball : Live Oak once this
For
football state won two League. He season complete
I games In sinned with protection
banquet. which t
They their accomplishments wouldhave championship I he 5, ,.. .,. .... back into the lead: this week Xutcbooli $2..JO at thiTCMCGR.trii. line but hnve. need Insurance you.
were Invaluable to the 1965 : Itam Was ordered not to run t.ho the -P Redskin_!.___n._* .in., .nv. > -.!_?_?n"" with not seen Perry. that I.! adaptable
Tornado squad's drive to their been he felt better known( statewide In that game: Douglas pull- I ball The 19Q5 -season was; hU La. following the Sugar Bowl Htarke a. 4-0 J, win over the They will take an even 4-4 naadt.to Thaft changing what protection
certain all threeof ed in seven ueil.ils ycees. Bones Mahoney you get
perfect for 112
first game last
T1/0 season- Coach these I full one and then he Satuidav was in every Gulf Life policy with
standouts::! \would\ have yards. top! shooter for ...
David Seymour -
charges shut- made the team. plated every game with both' was a star em and SMP: with a 588 set. while Adapf-A-Plan. For example,
out six Falcon too. gave a typical knees and punter at Bradford a mortgage policy can be
both High
39-0 opponents Including: a Douglas was the team's superlative performance in ankles taped. under Gene Rayburn, with a 508. WIN adapted to provide retirement
white-washing He missed much action Coach Lennard Register. A P I L EUOCJJ
/ of Wa- leading pass receiver as wellas the championship durIng led the Jaycees. r u income Ask this friendly Gulf
chula game Despite
44
In com- his a 4 yard
the Class junior average: Life
year with Representative
Astute a about ItlV. I
being a demon Camp }
both
cha.I/1PIOl1shl game at Florida on offense pleting 15 of 21 passes for badly broken ankle. this :season at the UP he was Blandlnff/ dropped to' In
Field. and defense at his end 226 yards and directing theTOl'l1ado His 16 TO relegated to the background second place after a 2-:! split
passes: plus five
Douglas post. Ills! end was not circled offense for 245 more( touchdowns 29 when punting chores with Stiike Lanes. R. Hutoh- CASH POT
extra points were!
outstanding< for
pass a touchdown all season The plucky little eson. with a R03\
signal caller was !
receiver and tinned over to star high
one
Mocker field) Quarter-
end. signed, a and grid defensive long: In fact most opposing canted' 10 times himself for hand: in the; goal scoring gave of him back Steve Spurrier. for Blandln, and Ronnie u-.+1 No 1'lIuII.| tn Solve. Nothing; to 11'rttl'. No
with Georgia pacct quarterbacks usually gave up 65 yards. a 6.5 yard average.In p lnta. Cnson's 513 led starke Lanes Stiimpt to l..k.| No ohl gallon..lu.t ComeIn
Tech
Falcon and Redding Wednesday trying his end many. minutesbefore the 12 games the 165 Redding: Is called: by al BOWLINGNEWS Dinw-Tlte stopped Terwil- Kiu-h: Wffk or Seier.U!' Time" a Day. I
are
also good prospects a ball game was over. pounds of muscle only 6-9, Hurse the "finest line legar Motors' 4-0. dropping and. Get Your FREE1Cash, Pot" Ticket.
for
, schol- The big muscular] S-ll 198- ,?'nmpll't.pc! 58 of 112 passes T\e-' ever.. .. ,wv.n".h-w.iiru-.i .1.1A. prospect lll&ll.-'.... Wiley TeiwillcKar to third, place Lust Week's WinnerUnclaimed x/M ..IGOIIDON

i To Palatka] er school and football." A 195 pound- I Tlit'RSD.tY! NHJIIT led the Coley.Draw-Tlte's\with ft boys 607 and set. .
captain of the I
I Torna'loos :MIXED not'ULJS: Harold Davis with 1524,
, this past season he ,was After topped Terwlllegar. Cash Pot Now $50.00
the team's real leader. A bad losing! three to Williams -
knee kept him Jewelry. D&W AutT Clay Electric behrnd Walt
out of
Cagers Lose Out 47-42 I [ames but he got back In several time Supply still holds first placein Fdmondson's 628 set. downed at QnoJIty t.K't end Juiuity rrevcnptlon
KOCH[
for the play-off games. In the the Thursd.iv Niht Mixed arm Jewelry 3-1 Donnle IUtI'WiI Have Your Next: KvI'llIitl :
rml-flnals against Doubles RudoHh Hufchesrm's Bagwell oiled a 563 to set the \ ALLEN
Ffi! htlnll down to the wl dale. injured knee and Auburn-all. he 5SO series was high for Williams pace for the losers at KOCH'S-Free Phone 1IfJ.1.t121no" | |
850Starke )
aftc: coming' from a 13 I ) I Faulkner's Delivery
11.I 1llm pain was In for two plays of de-1 while Jim Brummett Sinclair Service! ,,_ Fin.
: deficit the Tarn: 'efl'lH' at middlFgutrd lolled a 564 for D&W. -
and
co cagers lost a close 47-4: i marls two tackle both I Murrhee Insurance and I
-
(le.Ion! Wl'I'en ,
to tough: Palatkt end runs Carps each took; two. putting
Tiie-lay;; ntuht! He ]led a Tornado( foiewall them !In a second place tie

Down 20-16 to start the n the championship game Irish for Carps: was Bill
jcond:! half,, Coach Warne that held Wiiuchula: minus tovell's! 500.!) while Betty i
Adklmon's charges fought to 15 yard rushing the first Sn'ow's! 621: was high for

a 30-38 tie with the tough u "-4htr halt Ev'n when he cottlJn't: :Murrhe.

Binws with six: minutes left lay he WAS dl'eosei; out Just Taklnii three paints was 1 I
In the contest but missed onIht.cp' fart the spirit he instilled: in Kev nne's Saf-Oas. opposed
chances to no aheadIt he tpnm hv TV ST Ire Crntc-i Pat
I
was theh- first Florida Sta Whi'nell! lip beat down Bradley ha' i 417 1"'iE': log
Conference defeat after tw:0 ,v -ral oppasinn: middlesunrd"I Sat-Oas. while Phv'lK' Brown
.. r
ttln1The locals are now 4-4 who were well -- .
over 200/
fur ti-! .''nson' ,. r1 : pounds. !haKtlmbut. ornvfl ""nrive!
The Tornadoes had : 'loints the entire second half, '

chin: e t IT no aheii:! with three JV Starkf'-. Wllllnm Scoastln1donilnntrd Stock
minutes left when they stole Cagers Lose the scorlna however Up Now and Save at These Low Low Prices!

lu! bill twice but missed a To Palatka, 29.26 with! a hi'' 18 points
I
"We played the best half! ,
l.iv-tip! and n Jump shot Pa
Ittka's Shepard. a tall 6-4 +d Stnrk JV Ciisrfrs lost tl.fl" of th" -nnn; Cnach Tommy

center who( led with 22:! "in rrh ";hut! In six acmes Mnlloy ." 'Id.! but added the'I
e ,pnli"econd half killed' 1
points ant 'T"ue'c/i"
Kenny Perry a\ milt by dropping a5fl
(hup: // shooting/ guard: pulled '"I-:? rri-lon| to the rlfoit!
It fut with four last minus: The Palutkn. ".ItS] 8 10 3 226 -
bl\ kets. Tornadoes( led 18-12 at Pal. 93 1029 I

811' Pl'ld sank two tip-In' .- ', .
on rebounds i and Perry hit

two Strike's Ic,nit shots.Wayne McLeot j p WALT\ i liULSCK! (CI}i EVROl.ET, i 72x108-in.

tic -1 It ur; with at 36--all onshort 1:00 ;<:. 81 x991n.TwU 1 7 7 .J
/ lumper but Shepard put t Fitted ,h
Ute Biaves/ ahead with a tip- i '
In on tin third try. Steve .
Bier sink! a ton.? Jumper foSti > I IA
; k' to, te! It again; at 33- (Jt. ?J (Jt. @ "

all' nn.i was\ fojlrd::! in Uu proof \0// r el'A'A

., Bl108-ln. "J 1

!I.::'I, (Tornadoes missed: orDoubla 1 97

their' npu-rtunltv to nn( ahead:! Fitted

tetra Ril-cr funk his free. .
throw and: had it nullity/

WHP! !11"i 't';rp: d over the tout Used Truck Matching Pcpperell Pillow Cass ..... _...... .41c: J '1;
liiif while! shoatina.S' : I I'( > '
I .rll' ,minim, sheets end l pillow fanom for eifraardl' ,
:'ep.ii :d! I not anoti.er tip-In (mini, rjnii.icttUrifp( | (fixes u I'ul.itkit' llrur n hard! I Pepp luxury eef ere r T
to mike It 40-38 but StnikemKod ; time IM lie attempt to lirinif the hull. up; court In t the. closelyCo.K'ut j i .Mary bgauty, for line qualify greater 4rangh( and longer ...r. Choose a a
from .ith.r fiH.d; .. flat tfyleb Boy wfcole. civet fuM now .. Ihetelow. p
tluee .
straight opportunities :/ 47-1'! umll'st the 1"ornull": !< lust Tuesday nlglit.ltll
to score Wayne Mc- UKirrsH, ( l"'w""l'r.|" > the InniN' ,'hanged l n 13 piilut li.ilftlim' low once y..r pricedSUPER: ; a) { F

LPOC! missed a left-handed li'ficlt, Into. bull ) ) 41
il hollymight( Kuini wliicli was Plat 3H-ull
lay-up. baker missed a Jump : ..
with tl\v ii-iu.ri to (".
shot, and Ore Reddish miss-
I*
ed another lay-up. .\IrdJ(1'1"; ( ; !high Nriirpr. with 12 point. all ri.'l
Perry trot four points for He |lujeil/ till i-vHIrnt flmir. game: too. (handling tinl l ball well

the Bl'anIn! the closing seconds In tils job. tit pl.ijinaker: SIZE 24x46" HEAVYWEIGHT

on n basket and two fre 4 .
throws 1 and Shepard] three onan'thel' \ :l.fcLeod, P 1 0 2 Paloltka

tip-in and a free Baker 2 1 5 Hall 226 C! NO. fill-A) - .. -... ri- --1
thiow : M"Leod W 3 3 9 Stout 237, '63 CHEV. 3-4-TON PICK-UP -j

BUS" STATISTICS 5 11 14 13-47 I I R..ddlsh White. 4 1 2 2 10 4 Shepard Pl'r'v 4 10 2 2 22 10 Radio 1-Speed Trans., Heavy Duty Ecjuip- Bath: Towels

P.sL. 13 16 i 13-47 I Akridge 6 0 12 Zara 102 ed. Cannon

Starke Totals 17 8 42 total 19 9 47 - --
$199: 49.67
IJtmn :Monthly


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Firestone put er twin o.site.. Full rip Made I l.te; e 'fitted .h..t. 50% Zantra?, 50% cotton. Sor.
Friendly Service. INC. ,par, Samforizad.. Nylon I Smforir.deerepI.t.I' I r Qaous new solid colors. A baautiful t, '
312 W. Madison:; Ph. 961.0611 ..ncJ..d for. . Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer In wide.GUARANTEED.
Bradford and Union Counties/

l: 301 North Phone 961.3900 EVERY ITEM FIRST QUALITYT11U1tSD.ly.

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Junior Hi\J\ Ninth Grade Testing FroKram. Statewide Testing Program New FacilityAt Veterans RemindedTo the Family, James Agee. tern Dr. X: Up The Down

CHS These results indicate indicate a steady progress.We Among; the older non-fic Staircase Bel Kaufman: and

that our ninth grade students are partlculary proudof RECREATIONNEWS1tASKITflALL I. State Prison Return IncomeQuestionnaires tion. Profiles in Courage by The Gift of. PiCDhecy.) Rut ii

have Improved a great deal 1 the language section which Near CompletionThe John F. Kennedy and Leninby Montgomery.The .

KEY] in tlu' areas tested. is always very difficult. .Ve Robert Payne were at the library rftlsterenan)

into.\i> AKICAS rovicuKn have made deliberate, attempts builders of the $(.5 at.\ T. Dixon of the Fla. top of the list. new patrons during 19B5
The State Nlnth-Qrade in the last to attack this : I.K/UHIKS: : ; will be played on Saturday .
year million State Prison and medical of Veteran Affairs Some of the newer books on
6i two Basketball leagues are being' morning: at. the BHS Gym Dept. TUG KlUIir rUINT fur IIi! ,
T.'sllnij! Program covers paRticular problem. We are ( center near Lake Butleris warned all veterans and the favored list were: The
& 4' < ):lI ute areas. The first is certainly! most gratified by formed for boys, ulrls. ana .starting Saturday, Jan. 15. about ready to turn a. portion widows in Florida who are Source James Michener: This way you write <*ninn In until

': I of ability. The second is the results\ of the 1965 Ninth men. Registrations Indicate I Either or 6 teams will comprise of the project, over to the benefits Rough Magic Mary Stewart Hflwt your favorllo KSTKK.BliOOK : .
\ .1 of achievement. Crude Statewide! Tests. we will have bitter than 20 !I this league official receiving pension foiuitnln *ur. TEI.K-
i. but
State a prison from the Veterans Administration The Man with the Golden
ThI 'I L .",- Schol and College Abllil 1t..K\SI: 0(' SCORES teams In th; total \\.o1'oglal11': BANTAM BASKETBALLThis said the State may not be thAt their annual Income dun, Ian Fleming; Spy That G1LI'IL

t.j Ht-L-tlon of the Ninth Oracle III the near future when this year I league 1 IH set up for I II ready to accept it. questionnaires should be Came in From The Cold John

t5 Hr&* Trtnp1eL Tests indicates the probable all the Information has been MEN'S CITY LKAOUE; I boys ages 10. 11, and 12. William K.: Arnold, president returned to the Veterans Administration Le Carre; Don't Stop the Carnival -,. STOPE5S3SS5SWOTS'A !

(:' siifcc.ss( that a pupil will haveIn tabulated and charted the The City Lea!rue for Men : Games will be played at BHS of the Jacksonville firm as promptly as Herman Wouk: A Con- 2 --',. icS

Ills school work. The Meto- results of the tests will be will begin I leanue play Thursday -' Gym on Saturday: morning that nun the contract for the possible In order to avoid any I; venant with Death. Stephen

i .II \W 'rr.s'I'sIU'UO'JlfoST: polliun Achievement Tests In- made& public. First of all a night. Jan. 6. at UH3 also starting Jan. 15. This facility, said: "We have finished -, cutoff of their monetary bene Becker; The Joyous Saasan: .

;: : tllriifi" : (* the actual achievement :' I profile of separate individual Oym. The league will be composed 'I :ogue will comprise 8 teams and the buildings are all fits. Patrick Dennis; The Hotel ja.y9fl4iq

,, -i t ii ,reive ; tht> ; ItTi'l\ of the pupil in terms of scores uill be given to individual of the following: tenmi GIRLS BASKETBALLA pulnted." adding that only a Dixon further stated! that' Arther Jailey: My Shado'sr

V rut" < siiui'Aid, -ru-wl" specified academic: students and a copy Garden; Rcstaurnnt. Stance 1 girls basketball program few small things remained to many pensioners are having: Ran Fast, Bill Sands. Tne In
( (nurses The closer these two will be mailed to the parents. Jaycees. Keystone. and the l Is being offered and although be done. "We expect to turn. 1 I their checks mailed direct to r

C."I "14. the better educational A sheet which helps interpret National Ouard. registration In this activity It over to them very shortly.1' the bank. These people may I"
imi'iess the pupil makes. the i Information will accompany : In the seaj jn opener Keystone he added. ,
I has been slow we hope that fail to report their Income. Thought For Today
For) Inslnncec. If the ability the profile chart. It Is will take on the National ; enough girls will be Interestedto But disagreement came I unless arrangements are marie i 1,

.Ci i Ion of the test indicates hoped when this InformationIs Guard at 7 p m. In the carry out the program. A from Louie L. Walnwrlsht.d with the bank to send the

.1. W\C nvcrnKC ability then received if there are questions stcouj: (tame of tha evening meeting for girls ages 10 of the Divisions of questionnaires to them.' Ditun

J : \JlI{ j_ tli-' .u-hiovernent section of that these questionswill at 8:15: p. m. Starke Jayceeswill I through 14. who desire to partlclpat Corrections. "It will probably 1: stated that these reports are

,, lilt' !tc'-.t t should reflect the be( directed: to the Junior nt'ct Garden Restaurant ?. will be held Friday. be some time in March before !,. due by Jan. :11. 1 11166! lit the
-nine.! However if the ability high, Office. and we will be SENIOR: ROYS MilGCKThe : ; Jan. 7. at the Recreation they're through with it." he Veterans Administration, nndlulvtspd

.'('111111 of the test indicates I m"Ht, happy to sit down and Senior Boys Leacue: i 'enter. 4 p. m. said, adding that problem' are I I that anti Veterans Administration !-

'Unit I tin- child has average or discus.the meaning of the will be corrro.s.d: of foul I THEN; TIME: expected to arise that. must Ofll('(' or Veteran

bl'IUability\ and his performiinre data. teams of boys. ewes 16. 17'1 The Recreation Center wil' be resolved before the architect County Servn-c Oflici-r. wouldbe
Is low in achievement. 18. Lettgue games will be play will be satisfied.Walnwrlght ( .
11tho
be open Saturday night, Jan glad to assist completion -
'then" on-: conclusion would be 3 Deer Killed ed on Mon ay nlxhts at BUS. 8. for all Junior high boy' said the second of these' forms.

I Iluit t tll,' pupil Is not working The sponsors for this leanu' and girls Teen Time Is supervised ttage of the center, for whicha

to( hK fullest potentiality. At Blanding are Tcrwlllejiar: Motars. H. C. by Richard Jorkel from total of $2.029.350:;:; has been 25,597 Books !

r Iki'wisc'. when the ability In Past Week Wall Inc.. Hurst's Shell ServIce 7 to 11 p. m. Fun, games and allocated, will begin as soon

section: ) shows low ability and find Rhoden's Texaco dancing will be available. :as the present work la com Checked Out
the achievement reflects aver- Service. The schedule for tho pleted. This will Include< hospital -
I A spokesman for the Game ItKAMA WOltKStlOP
ji'Mnchievement.' it is implied I and Fish Commission repjrteil -' opening night. Monday. Jan. The Parks & Recrel1tlorDepartme.n construction, which, he During Past Year

'Ibiil tin1 pupil works I Wednesday that 1.571:) .. 10, will] "pit Terwillegar twill the .said would cost .f'JOO.OOO( by
offer opportunity the 2li,5f)7, !) books
against Wall at 7 m. and at Among
"'IH"i'iillv! anrl hard. rathel'l mostly frustrated hunters p. Using some prison labor Instead -
for school stu.
high
at the Stark LIbrary -
out
I his nchlevem'nt Li 3:15: p. m. Hurst's Shell will of $1.318.000( if all the checked
total of onlytlirrc
(funned 1 a Tpltiful dents and adults to develop during 1065 som of the
bAttle Rhoden's Texaco.
*# f* thnii Indicated on the abilityI deer on the Blanding talents In the field of dramatics. work were contracted. asked' for II
'I older fiction most
"h Ihn what had JUNIOR BOVSUSKfTIILL Other buildings to be constructed
J you Hon.

I ( "!8 rn<* reserve durIng the past A meeting will be held at
A
a in mind, Mil. Goon? : include shop and I were such favorites as:
41'rClFir ITKMSiv.ii.r.vni : ; a
,cek. Also reported taken by 7:30 11
v : p.m. Tuesday, Jan. Ir Savage Place by Dr. Ft'rrkSlaughter'
A Ineetlnl11d practice :
/ the second
$120,000:
: : > laundry
)Icrnl I nlmrods: over the Center
the Recreation for .
C11I'11It-1 per ,
session for the Jr. Boys Lea- : Doctor of Mercy.by
No. I WantA The :Mftiopolitan Achlovej half of an Inmate dormitory.119,000
mils holidays: were I sons Interested In forming; a i
Maul-
j I section, of the Ninth kt-ys.. four hogs. :218 quail, 16 Hue awes. 13. 14. IS, will be ; chapel. $39.500; () ; vU-: Elizabeth Selfert:
Richard Jockel will bIn '
Mail Box2.9S 0 ru.Je Te..tln'' Program: covers cat squirrels eight fox squlrlels held Thursday. Jan. 6. at 4 p. group. .tors shelters $13.000: perimeter !-I ever Hall Jane Hodge. MIstress -

\ !lIe following areas specifically I find four doves. m. The games for this league I charge. fence $75,000; and stuff of Mellyn Victoria Holt; J nstur-I). L. RamseyAs
CatherineBaskln
!: : I KnicHiw.: 2. Language Bland InK gate records show 1 housing 273000. Corporation Wife.

$ which Includos lI age. punctual thc hunting reserve has bean Legion Post 56 CC: "We will put In a superintendent I ; Rebecca Daphne DirMsur'ler I \I rite I this article today.. It It. \I l lilt i II lirurtof ,
I BanquetSet soon," Wuln- : A Certain Room. .. which
: inn ('npltalb.ation kinds of visited 18.009 determined fairly TliinliMjtl\in for hhHHinK 1"1' 'rr-
; -ileiice. and parts of nntdoorsmen by who felled a to- Enrolls 224 wright said lie ldded l thai I May Sarton: and A Death In liil-ll.V. unmerited. lilt K
:; I'h :< Arithmetic Compu- Jan. 29 funds: for operation! of the \I err miiniTest IIH the I1l1dlt..rlll'11., rtllrd, inImlh
IL 1ijy N( Ul of 154 deer. 118 turkiys.
fl.IJ()
) W linn, ( Arithmetic Problem cat \Vlth a membership of 224 enter have been budgeted to MIC morninif, and pa.-" ng t...nl!kis uUli I llmno
03! hugs. 1,325 quail, 1.047
already enrolled l in advancefor 1. whll, farc< l us with, their iitU'iiiliiurf* .inl. uiir-.
Snlviii'' 5 Social Studies.! (0 iqulirels, 104 fox squll'I'els.IIlld The 19th annual banquetof start on July .
strip to the Lord. 'Iie l.orcl rnmiK-d, lilt MT'I| >.
"r'lenoe! 135 doves since opening 196B. Jones-Langford- the Stnrke-Bradford County till-. liint onl'n". n.". vlth .>n.' drrlsion, In t hi-,
Legion
i HAFrwAR.. Miri.ir.vnoN.s clay through December 28. While Post 56, American Chamber of Commerce wll S. P. Yarbrough r morning for snlvatlon.; and ImpKm.' Three hi I tinrvrnlnjr -
The imnllcntlons of the re- Is looking forward to be held: Saturday night Jan :
,'..nIN' M'lerti-tl '..11' ohnriIi in a plan nf.
: :; ml' arc very encourriKlnn TilE RIGHT rOINT for thi bigger, anj:! better programs/ 29. at the Staike Golf & : Services HeldSilas aura|('"- and unitedlth the ( hun rein by | roml-w" ..rn

With a ciulrk rcvi-w of the' way you write. Come- In and for the benefit of Bradford Country Club.W. I.tpr. Alter the nervH-et were dismliHi-.l, for

I >ri'if' weial VCRS the present srelecl your favorite ESTF.ll- County. Post Commander S. J. I Red I Mitchum. public P. Yarbrough, 73, of' .....,.'...,. Hit- earning, two olhrri noah' 1 tli<* nil-Import.',
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.V itllts( of the Ninth Grade KROOK fountain pen. TELE- E Sparks said yesterday. relations representativewith Kuifonl, died Wednesday. Dee I : : It'd..lo" to accept .C'hrNt IIH their pcrsonul, Sat lour.AAlth .
2I! in Bradford County Hospital -
The advance membership
cuArn. the Dixie Lime & Ston'
of Post 56 for 1 1966 representsan will be toast- after a long illness. lie' ills KMiilni-Hs, mill t these hlcsshiKH, IIH nil
Co. of Ocala.
K A"!Th?I... ._..m.LL.---- ------_-_- II" .-- Increase\ of 20 over the master for the occasion. was. born In Bradford, Comity I lnsilriitlii--|, I trust Hint you misfit Iw liiill.'linril: ,
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mtmbei of Legionnaires who 11 ml had lived in the Kniford Charley by thin teHtlnionv to faltllfull.V auuirIsuirt| | th.> > ,.1"1'
The following officers for community most.. of his. Hit'. of? ,pr\ici (lie Lord IIIIH |gh'plu.i AH I II"* ,...1111111'IIr
of
for 1063
had signed up as the new year will be installedat A veteran World War I, 11)11.!!)(!% <'|ONCH on our Ih..' anti tin* |l"'II't' >>f MHill!
of
De!! 31. 1964 Commander this time: Buford Mitchell E. i-t -lfitn anti ted l HIHJI.I'H| ( |
lire > < ii nspot| hy many "
IMPORTANT NOTICE he owned and operated aflll'l11
,I Spa Iks pointed out. president; John A. Tor- 11 ml, failures, let us iletrrnilno. to make. tliln .M'ur"
until ill
near! Ruiford
I "Tills expansion Jbt our ode. vice president: and DI' Johns ('mint For Christ.

I TO TAX PAYERS AND PROPERTY OWNERS 'membership:assurance? that ranks we will In further have Wayne'A highlight Whlffen of, the treasurer.program health nevernl forced years. ago.his letlremcnt He sis .1 :Should; there l lip any who reitil tJiis, nrtli. le mill

both the manpower and theflllIncl.,1 I member of the Raiford Baptist yi'>'n know (but your, elcrnity vtllh t'lirKt Is rrrluin -
will be the presentation! of
Church. jet IIH to the rl...'" of Mr\lce. Inure Is nil
resources as a solid annual awards to outstanding, Surviving are his wife. Mrs. I II ,,'prtaillth heartily say \\ ii.CXMK.: : I reiil-,

According: to Sec. 7, Article 10, of the Fla. Constitution I i I b.isn proKi'aihi for our community and activities servIce -" citizens of the area. !: Ruby Yarbrotixh! : one. daughter about this question: I I/H there. lire rfumtlp-ts 11I11"1'I h.. ('''llhl mil
The annual Chamber of
IIla.1t1 l arid .
Rive it testimony" of kniuning lleatrn,
Every person who has been receiving homestead ex- j Sparks I added:! Commerce ball will follow the I Jacksonville, Mra. :Melba one lion Faulkner, Harold, "I 1 have heard of a credit l In !.., a certainty. for the eternity with \\Iilch, they,
j "Tills membership gnln is banquet. fltiinil face (to face. If It roulj, hci-ome. ,
'mption and those expecting to receive it for the first also contrtbu- of Haifurd; three sisters Mrs.Ida rard heini) :; lost or stolen n r"IIlit.l."
an! Important
t tf I Hie ilfslre" of our heart would IIP I to into I 1111, hi-
and :Iolr.... Minnie[ and the
should ,, tlon to the Lrulon's nationalleadeiship Moody subsequently own- ually!\ to you %nd from I the Hililt.. show you hUll
me, without fail sign the application on or Duroc Show Set both of Luke Butler,
1 in mustering nation Granger er finds himself with bills yin nw coo Id KNOW:' that I If deiilli.. should. ronir >nnwould

Before April 1st of each year with the Tax Assessor. \vldc expressions of sup- To Open MondayIn and Mrs. Myrtle Sapp of( Ral
tort of cur country"s policyto ford. Also surviving are three of dollars to pay for purchases until,t I I I thin lit'cnniPH" u a renlity i I wp tvunt ti,in 1al.* I tills
defend the cause of freedom Live OakThe granddaughters., I I made l |pI< itirill.v I I I to hnll.11I1 I i I to our Mervkrs. uliere
(t'hr( J llnnu'slojul I Law Provides I that a person :MUST be a Resident of the throughout the world." Funeral services were[ held ; by the finder. I tills, Is the message. thai I in i Ilr'lIl'1l'tI> l t to all ir luau

Co'tnty >iiiiiinths prior and a Heo.ident: of the State twelve months prior the pommander. said. 15th annual Southeastern at 2:30: p. m. Friday In th- Can Credit i I Card I Insurance liiiin.r. our liiitatlon.Siindny .

g ''n .limitary; 1st: ()r the > car in which he claims, the homestead Exemption. | The membership record of Duroc Congress key First Baptist Church of Balord. I to l he added( tn a ? Seliool. ....,.,".... for nil ages I Infill. nt III

.\ :\'; |n no persun: is entitled to the" Exemption: when he votes in a Countyr Post J8 f! has contributed to the event for Duroc breeders in : with Joe A MccCullopah ,. owner Policy to cover: 'aria'. with the morning prem-hliig servUr ut II
I Precinct other Increased enrollment strength the Southeastern U. S.-willopen officiating Interment was in such a loss" ?" II.lii. I"ur.. rid,* li .
<" t than the one in which the property is located i" Snnil.iy School! maul C'Ii ii ri h.
of the Department of Florida' Monday at the Suwannee Dyal Cemetery with Brannon call Utll.I..UI."Every! ; ,: .

and the entire national organization. County Agricultural Coliseumin Funeral Home of Lake ButlerIn Charley E. Johns

: Listed below the classes of for which the ," Sparks said "The! Live Oak for a twodayrun. charge of arrangements Agency Visitor Is
V are property enthu.sia.stlc! reaction of the' More than 1.500 breeders Active pallbearers were : Our Honored Guest"

Taxpayer SHOULD file his return: nation's war veterans to join i and producers throughout: the Donald Raulerson Virgil Ml: 1 S. Walnut St.'

the ranks of the American nation will attend this event. Raulerson. Samuel Rent roe PHONE; 981-0201:! PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
I The show will officially Chester Moody. William 11
Legion reflects directly upon
REAL ESTATEYour the legion's record of service |'op
an on-foot barrow show schi ,, .
to the community service to i I ,
i eduled for 8 ::20. Type dlscus- --V-. . __._wJ.- 'I. ..
Land Plus IMPROVEMENTS our youth, and service In support -
|I slon and judging: contest will ;.
of the many facets of
the Ameiican way of life" hedeclltl'ed. i begin at 9:45.: I II |
| Judging of' boars will begin I

at 8:30: Tuesday morning and 1 1I
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PERSONAL PROPERTYStocks "More and more of these
veterans, through their Legionmembership I the annual Quality Duroc SAVE ,100.00
Sale is set for 1 p. m. Tues
of Merchandise are expressingtheir TO
day. Twenty-five! bred gilts 75
unity of purpose to work
Equipment and Furnishings open gilts, and 50 boars have'
together for Ood and country -
been consigned to the sale''II
Machinery Livestock Boats & Motors Commander Sparks ad- from 25 states.Bradford .
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ded. He issued an Invitation ,I I

4 Tractors, Farm Equipment, to any: veteran of World WarI I Like New 1965 Demonstrators
Exceeds
World War II. or the Korean -
Household Goods and Personal Effects
r' (1st $1,000 valuation Conflict to Join Post 56 1964 Seal Sales

; p"pmnt)) and participate in Its program -

*. Bradford County was the I Fully Guaranteed With
Factory ;
Oar membership workersare first of four counties in the Warranty

organizing their personalcall TB and RD Association of

I TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY "on Legionnaire pros- I Northeast Florida to exceed : Only 2 Loft Bettor !
pects, Sparks explained. Veterans 1964 totals In the Christmas I Hurry :

: This includes : Bank Deposits, Cashier's and Certified interested in hearing Seal campaign.

checks, bills of exchange, drafts and money placed with activities more about of the Post programs 56 are urgedto and Philip Seal Cionkhlte.chairman Christmas reports-!,! t,

savngs! building and loan associations.All phone Information.964-6061" for complete that t Bradford has contributed 1965 IMPALA 2-DOOR 1965 IMPALA SS
127560. so far and last

stocks, or shares of incorporated or unincorporated year's total was $1.033.75. : SPORT COUPE
Building Permits "We now have 89 per rent CONVERTIBLE
companies, all bonds except bonds of the United States of our goal of 1450. I would'
Are Issued I like to urge everyone who forgot ::127VI Air Cond. Powerslide. Power :Ji--::! \'.". Air ('ond
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Government and its agencies and all notes, accounts to hilt Christmas Steering and Itrakes and 15; Other Items of Steerms I'owerRlkle 1'rmcr
answer! and
15
The following bulk)Ing permits Other Items of Optional
and hills receivable, mortgages on real and personal prop have been Issued at the Seal letter to please do so im. Optional Equipment.! Equipment.

erty situated outside of Florida. annuities. etc. city hall In recent weeks: mediately. Bradford can then'
report 100 per cent for 1965"
November 29-R. A. Swift WAS IS
Cronkhite declared
262 Myrtle Street home re- WAS IS
Cronkhite .
All the above are Due On or Before April 1st of Each modeling] $1,000.December 13. Jackson to expressed Bradford County appreciation

fouks for their "wonderful $$3,908.05 $

.* Year. Cherry Building i Supply Streets Weldon remodeling,and I support" of the Seal Sale. $2,800 $4,489.95 $3,480Service

:: $500 "We know every dollar Is

AVo en('('rage! > ou (In work with us on I these forms and I to contact us on i December 15 -;W. R. .McLendoti. needed to fight TB and other

any problem. I that you may: have In the )past years .Hlr county has grown i Water and Bridges, respiratory diseases!' and whilewe Is The Heart 01 Our

and expanded economically' all of this has increased! the demands" of all ; Street liotue trailer, are helping! : to protect the Business _

Tax supported( airenties(! in the ('ount).. The only wny we can meet these I December! 17 $3.000'1 health of others we are also We Service
helping to protect our own Tomorrow
denr.mds: isjjy a Uniform System and close relations with you the Prop Homes, Eastwood with our contributIons" ; What We Sell Today!

erty 0" nt'r. We respectfully! your whole hearted cooperation. home construction. SiO.OOO. I I I The Northeast Associationhas
December! 28-W H.
sum-I! 78 per cent of f its $120.000
mers. Market Road re- WALT HULICK
goal with $93.438.06 reported.Last CHEVROLET INC.Your
moclt'lln $1.000 I
GENE LONG, i I year's sale for the 10 ,

V TUB RIGHT POINT for the counties of the Association

r Tax Assessor way 7011 writ*. Com* In an J Jmt totaled $104.80086. Authorised Chevrolet Dealer) ISradford) and Union( Counties!'
M'I] : favorite F. TF.R-
your :301) NOUTii |PhoNE| !MMM' :
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.1..Ue. Nutfbttttl $L'I: ) at theTfl.EC.1IAPII. ) 8TARKE. FLA.
RKOOK fonrtntn
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I --- 57 Years Ago --- al rows" n New York dateline Students May Be era In Washington announced' are one-half the support rates :

said: ""'om'n who are fond that two million men arc now of comparable grades of acccptable WALT HULICK CHEVROLET I

of an after-dinner cigarette Eligible ForDisability tlasnined In tho 1-Y category, varieties Tne <|IHI'I" "IIH ii' ,

Done And \ have secured freedom to Indulge about half of whom felled the varieties Include Coker 1\11.:)!
AidM. ; ISC.Budget
felling Delivered For 5c Per Pound .
In It at certain Broadway mental exfim. Tho rest were Coker I 110 Coker ::116, Ito irna

resta 'ants to IOBO 81$, and Dixie ait. An\'
in only T. \Dixon: of the Morldii. dlHcjiiahfled! for physical rea \ Bright

That[ 'Was Life As A It ng.iln according to the fathers Deportment of Veterans Af- sons.!' mixture or strain of thesei"i'i 11
New Year Began In 1908 i of an ordinance which will fnlrH, bus.. ,itdvlsed, all college, It was expected: <1 that many. varieties including 1 1ST <;>"Iuit'ti"

be Introduced at the next meet |, pnl"I col1i".i-; p"II'ntl:11llulents!: I I If not nil, who originally Wilt t I i.ilsii I de-slgmited I '.is :N/,. m

ing; of the 'board of aldermen.On I thpt, If either of tho p.nentsdi I flunked the mental test {'nn'' Name. XYX. Aloitg.iKO" : Lit It .
Stai'lio Steam L itlndi
"he Commander of .1 J .
yWitIiI OlrkcisonC'nmp. lirynn.( Mr. II M. Scarboroughnot !: New Years eve one of the now >be recl.isRinctl 1-A and Super, XYZ). hiivlng, the quillly 'I u I.i I.
whll'!
en II for nnd deliver United Confederate d! In the military: ser-
Veterans being present on aet'olmt big Hroadway restaurants! took made available for induction. i I and vUt'! or (nio I now living and re-
f.imlly washing rough. "
your was Issuing A cull for of Illness.! down the 'bars to women smokers Tho 1-Y's rejected, on physical of the live vain-tics, \t Iii
for five ce.ntsI.. poundIn to be held. {'r'vln100\ ) per cent sl'rvtoer"nnl''lrr'
d.tr" a meeting In Stnrke
Th': Council in those days And two or three others grounds will not be affectedby be designated' .is dlscinml, vrlctios. a-
January. 1908 and Mr. Phil on Monday Jan. 20. at J 10am.() .seems to have' Insplicd poetry disability compen- .
Immediately followed. But the the review.
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lI..th. was; presenting "the The Mr. Hettth. n.it'on from the Veterans Ad-
mentioned Instead of the hard knocks Indulgence In n habit which '. The armed forces lowered, Morgnn urged: ( tobti ceo it belt ten cent show that has above to ni.n: rut tlon. or retired for to- I ; PricedUSED
planned
give three that are sometimes hear I to hAil been recognized In Europe their mental requirements fordrnfJces to obtain aced! or plaatH
til from the
disability military
to town" at the !
t'r come more performances. featurIng day. The Jan. 1O 1908 issue does not meet, the Approval of I ( last month. and under, from reliable snnrres Bv i
dC' ppii.'ctimc or wartime
i e.
Theatre.
J'I'; ctl'lc his < and
ventriloquism) tillght- cairled the following unsigned certain of the city fathers, the new rules virtually anyhigh I I this t they will be plot" !<'
be eligible( for someinnnr'l"y I
and I'.icv rniv
Those other Items ofInterest
lea .
from n yellowed ropy of"At h.ind.the bcfoie vlnstown.; poem entitled "The Voice ofStarke" Mind, allI.. result an attempt hcnflta toward (heir : school grndii.itc.. can pcrformniu-c tonight will be made to put an end to 1Y.Time. (it' Inferior N..ed.! A I thorough' :
offTlic Bradford County Tcle- the apple eating contest, whh'h To the Outgoing\ Aldermen: It before It has hardly beRiin." cdiicntlonI I! check of tobacco, t la'ng, gnn
Sirili:" Rive a hint ns to what caused so much 1>1: mi (fuitho.r. s.ild tOut re1,11'rllciti -
amusement
Thanks for good watch! You But the l.idl* of Stiirkc' In 1IK!) ( will bo made by tob.ii' @
like' at the start ,, what Information' To Begin >
lift WIIS of will be repeated. stood, the test your actionsbrii' wore 'busy with more import, of co Identification, Hiori:ili.sl.t LII
n jtew year57\ years ago. On the farm front I the 1008 inlvhl: hive been .received In
no stntn.( You did your ant maltern. It was announced -: Pruning Roses insure t th.it:. the pinvmiutis, otho
'i. W. T. Weeks. CaptainDOP1'TUlilJp Issue described! the SIHVCKS, of t llti- 4Jt< : I I. do not hesitate to InIlull" _
heM home
: go( and rest till I that the Mot horn, Club I t discount. ( t variety" I'1'Oj1111' i
J A. II.
'nurburb.in farmers." "!Jur- I say to Sldtrunk, to Johns money derived, from! the doll ': ti.talges; in th" l.iw. and! VAie'iu1atiutus I C boo. I. pinning: I 10'." hushes I II having gruvvth ,ehniai, "In, i >tn __

tog; the past sc.isrm he planted 1 MayIn"/ | (also to Chairman fair given .1 luat before Chrlst- : many ne, now I Tninlivi 'hould t be dinp on'eeneh ( I I and, cliemliiil propei' I ties sinn ___ _

I only three n nd thire-qu.ir-,, Truby: you (lid 110 (d.iy your alas to. $:fioiH) ime turing' the eligile who In the past. were vrnr rlmlnir I IVrmbMnnii Jar to II ill.Hioiinl!, vllI'h"will( .

I ter /iicrca to cotton but he triiKt( ( bl'!I'ny your iccord'a( holiday vacation they htli, t the dvnlml.I : ,iliniinr.v In C'E'l1ll'nlllIrI' I !lip Hiiiriii| 'Iril, .it ,iini'-h.ill,I i tin @

sold 1.001)( ) poitmlM, of Iho!\ rlercy bright as the ruby. ot'liool" buIlding: thoroughly ren- Write giving as much information Noithem! t I-'Im-UIn\[ In I StiLl Lii support\, rate, for "c"l'pt.,il bit. ) ,

.staple or an average tif 1.O85: To The as they possibly.. canto ,.
.
: Incoming \\Ald"rmen: ovatevl\ anti I have employed n F'loild': pninlm<: imiv) be needed varieties. Ttu-u-fiiii- IH nlc-l t
pounds. to the tlCI'('. Ilia (cotton KI<.rbre, \Scarborough. ''arfdOapt. cfifi.iblp J.uiltor to keep it 1n Dixon. :tt1"iii.] .. \Urpt of Veterans twice carla year to keep lHipoit.ini( I tli'U fit rill"'"'- t..n.

I was thoroughly (cultivated and Flrynn, Moitt and I>r.lllcks good(" conilitlixi for the roirmln-: Affairs, P. O. llox J tl7.: pln'its) ti n mnnnsrablp< slp.Acrouilntt sure of the variety of loliam I TO FIT ANY
caiefully picked ar/d/ hp :Rot; be St. IVIcrnburg, Kla to determine .
: keen as cayenne der of the nchool( term. The to S E McF.id-' they |J'1.lnl.Recent .
the top market price for It." strong) ns the lion and don't prcuHiit entitlement liortlpultuilstwith SIZEPOCKETBOOK
I ftub Is 'doing( n fine work And rtpn.. assistant iett
Dr. W. II. Russell, .principal Ignore!; jiiy kl(k,,! 'Ihotie of our. roiitemporarlenvho the Florida Anlcultural, BirthsMr r

I of the Starke High School' Kind 'nut my ncerls. and let ( were dlnposed, bTrmc1facetloiiH H. H. (Pat) 'Everett Kxpci-lment) Stations these
hail, just been elected! .,.'
president
I mo grow: keep bright the at the miggenHnn/: of two 1 primings In south Florida; and Mrs. Dan Marvt'lck'
of the Slate Touchers" spades and axea: Hut let the a MMher Club" 'WIll soon bp Recommiuioned! can be done rliuliiK\ fall nndTilna Dodd of Keystone heights nn-

Association at a meeting; held dough n long way go, and M'luhlnR' the la'lIes6f !their To Dev. Authority months to avoid Inter- noiiiirc( the birth of a d.uiKli:; STOCK NO. 7MA: -

In St. Petersburg.! AmongBradford ); don't Increase the taxes! towns wcie alike enterprb- I ruptlinr) winter flnwrilim.Mi tor. Donna Lees on IJec( ( :21)la ) '62 CIIEV. 2DR. BISCAYNE
.
County tenrhrr* and, .
!
Sure ( urn IlIg." Secretary of Stale Tom ]Mi' v nrlv pitinlnn ron- Buidloul' Cuunty ]Ho.spitnl
citizens attending the meeting I'.P.P., H patent medicine, DRASTICALLY) )1C11)LICED.99 ; .
Attempted 'A".rillltloB Adams lies!' nnnonncnl the Its of I rmoo\Inn some healthy
were: Rov. L. W, I .. bf II III [ top (zrowth as! well as twigs.. Mr. and Mrs' Robert J
nfl
$
liter Prof A. Hercules n. W.Pinhoh.tpl' cure(/ for everything. from Salt oven In 11108 R-im' Bal1ln I'I' I Pat I' Everett\ of ]Uoute 1.Biookcr i And branches. thah: ate dead.dKenied. Brice of 1..11\\Itcy. annoiincr\ th !. .. own38.18
GET IJUIIU UU O. 1 f. )Mli-cll, I>r.RIIlKell. nhenni to Scald. Head.Tho ))
WAS unau.ipectinRly! workingIn as a member of the Inlmrrl.' unslnhtly orthin birth of n diuirliliM. ramcl t Monthly
:Mr. and Mrs .1. C. County Conrunls.slnn. at his strawberry. putcli( a Bradford County Development and spindly Victoria\ on Jan. 3 In Duetor's -

THIS WINTERTfrmt Poppell. Miss Lola I'a I'rlsh. its lint. m..tlnlof\ the new short distance! 'WORt t of Lnwtey. Authority, county at large; Shoilcnlnu main runes nnd Ho.spltEil STOCK NO. 1'.2XHJ"m:! WAY DOWN
Miss Hall and :Miss, Kel!
Mary ,
.year approved notAry public while keeping one eye trained Also rerommlsstoned was In trial\ branches removliiRmiill '62 FORD

: ly. bond l of N. 0.) Wainwright on a nrni'by yellow :picket neat Mrs. Inez Gieen. of Starkp asa .. I twl:.!s antI some. of the. GALAXIE 2-DOOR

: waft unfit Kit. too Into fcv "The first meeting): of the and l ordered the county( treasurer "Right Of a sudden something member of the Board of oldest cnnes!' Impioves the I h.,., A |II i "I'lliTi,: it, Mtnrlf! T.iMilri ".X Automatic( (Kailio( heater Excellent

lorrn snake windOW"Do Home really low-rout it NOW City Coum-ll for IPfW tookpln..e ti> transfer '$1,000, from ); .strikes !'110m'!, face with TVustPos, BrB'lToid.\ CountyCorpoiatlon. plant's form McFndHi'n" ( says... >u l'll a F'"",,,1\, flnllil.l, (" :Mechanical.I

,Monday< Night with the the fine and forfeiture, fund, to n ,roil and he feels a keen J-lMyItal If aUo rpnulnte.s heliht andreive t MIIIIIOK. : I vi i: si' "ION ''lit
with TT.rp's KASY-ON: .Storm Ii|l'aI'4'I'I'li' : I-D-I' mi H >" S III'Ntki
Window Kite.Earn kit contains following present: Ch.tlrman the general fund.Construction pAIn" Sam thought It was the better llvht, conditions ,i- I IN I,'u', ,1 In, ,nlv 'ii \Ill'll, $199 .
a bwt of Hear plant 36"x72". i J. M. Truby, I!. II. Elirbee: out Ionic for the yellow Jackets: grabbed. off hlvest Basic Requirements I williln) I IIP pin nt I till ..1"1.,1.. I I lillilif,. 'tin I |.,l"inh.iiM !4i; iinnri49
.
.'
aI .r I riini'iii u.'I': I I. I 1.11 iv- !Monthly
A. A. Johns and M. seemed
G. 1908 with
Sis-
year good and started fanning the I rave' \ at lent "half Liarlp'tIa .
.
18 ft. of fiber molding and 35 "r 'l''l..rl.li. \it .f (I'MI! I I, "nil'
.
nuiln. Ready to tack< up a trunk. Chairman Truby'.s last announcement that: "Hoover air frantically As. he ran from 'For War'\ Orphans of each main cane" I'.MINt.I i ullh( t tin-, (I'hrk( nl, tin1, -
act as a councilman was to Bros., the well known photo. I'IK,'nil I I'KIIII. I, ,In .HIM.,,"! fur I Hrmlf'liil ,- STOCK) NO. 61m--:
fitnplrt> storm window. E4SY. that Is one t I. three oldMcFnddpn .
the flMd."' however he spied On Social SecurityM. i i years ( i'inn., ,," "Kliillil( ",. ,"t I IMHI r. .
ON America's most popular swear in two new members graphem are beginning the another Negro man running i says that the first. I.l-llll., "f lirolll' <.lf IMllllll' ( .lllKIII." ...rtilt. '60 FORD FAIRLANE
window kit: id only :39) at who had Just been elected, new year by letting tho con nnili' ,. iln> rii-,IIII.MIH mini',.,,, '' ..r
be eight
With a gun. About that time T Dixon: of the Fla. flowms t cin pxpecfpd! .. .. ,, .. ".X-I:j
Speed Automatic
local Messrs. P D. Hicks business I "I'lnxii lit" "I'i' :-Ih"I'| | mill i i' xvlil" I h Radio. Heater
cb-oler and S. A.mrmllf'ClDmrm for modi ,
tract OILS
your a com
sam wiped. his! face and, found ,Dept.) of Veterans Affairs, has to nine weeks! after pruning./ I .am. ,'ttitg'l. In l.itiliii'H .'lt 1 I Kxtni t Clean-) <;
Excellent
building on East Call blood on his ha ml he took announced the basic requirements .- To avoid dleback and en- stark., I'hixii.. W MIIIM.H,|| :-II. Mechanical.
"ii,1.11.,, l'liiitiliiAnilli .
will be <
Street. The building
off his hat and found It .shot for children< to he eligible / e-nrournp! rapid hrnllna.\ pnm- I (,, .vv .1. ,Hull-nil. !I' ( i Hi.xHit
II 32 x 52\ feet and will !be occupied cuts should he male ; I , .. -uu' $199 32.23
full! of holc.s. for. the War Orphans Kd-: inn "lust : t 1.,1.; i Hull I "i Kin i 'I. "iln a !
by the Messrs. Hoover I theVeterans above a dormant bud I leynl) I I.min II i iII !Ioit MonthlySTOCK \
; ncallonal I lleneflts from .
.,
--Sherlfr !I.nhgfonl was'' notified I'ii" .1 I t Dili( lit" llMV 'if |l.Al
as a MuJio. | Administration. Wound' suifaees laruer. than I I,,,1"I i' I> I I'i 11 i,I t n I SUirkiIt < ,'
On the social side, it Was and I the woods have boon thumb slxp should he protect- I a. ,nil..nl. ., C.nnlv I Kl ,i, ,.,lt..
They tire: ((1)) If the veteran NO. 1011)\-():\ \
.
announced that C. A. Futch scoured for HIP J>lIl'lyo'ho I I u. IM. I I.
YOU BUY A NEW OR USED parent I.s permanently anti totally pd with' a priiiilnu paint I '
CAR i who recently gave tip his position -i filed! at Sam. but without disabled duo to a service When nil entire branch Is remakp 61 FORD 2DOORVS
In the J. 1\[. Alvarez //I vall. The woiindcil, man saysthere '
connected l disability or ((21) most'd a smooth cut at "' Air Conditioning
Store will leave shortly to I I i.s no one ho HiispcctN. had n permanent and tota the point of !Juncture. the horticulturist FLORIDATHEATRE

!FIND OUT t take n position with one of n.s he known of no enemies lie service connected disability In .said '11! $

the VVltham bunks. In n"orglu. I I may lone his right, eye. nnd.aii !. existence at time Of (death or Thrpe typos of pi'unina' $1QQ I Down $24.18I
1 And Son. K. K. Canova and ho boars n good reputation Monthly
:' t 13)) riles as result of a service palrts are atari( to seal! laraewound.s
family have moved Into the liln neighbors' sympnfhUo' with I connected. disability.Rllgihlo Asphalt compoundsnrp
HOW CAR BUYERS residence lately purchased.. by him In his misfortune and children may receive best Orancp shellac I.. less STOCK NO. X6I.A:
I him from l IIr. A. H. Fieumrfn harmful to plant but doesn't. Showtime- .Weekdays! 7 '61 FORD 2-DOOR
i payments of $130 monthly
and Ninth SU''ets.I hope his assailant will be ::1 i :00 [; I IFlUn.
Walnut Sunday Saturday
on : : ,
last as IOIIK/ The shellac also '
MAVSAVE! Hailomen, SmokersUnder caught and punlahcd." while attending full time training Air ('ond. \ .8 Fordomtttfr, Radio Heater.
dops not the
prevent" stem
I \ in an Institution of highicai'ning .\Y SATIIUJ.\('
the heading' of nation- or a school which offers pith borer from entering/ cut January 7, X .:- $I 9 9 1)own-25.76
fl[ brnnrhes.
UP TOft]} $2OOTHROUGH specialized. vocational ;Monthly t
training below college! level upto Several clew plastic( romponnrls I Don) ,Mo) Feature t l'rogra.In
1. tPHMl; (ioveimriont.
\ THE Chamber AwardNominations a maximum of :'M( months. look )promlslnv<: ppn..lnllv ,,- -
2. Ormd Samaritan. f,-l-- ,:, S'I'NO.) H.'HMI:\
II Some t>nrt-lme' training! (can the fllm-fonnlnc' !\ \\1 ITs"
'STATE FARM MUTUALr 3.4. Public CJood Citizenship.A Health/ also be approved., Secondary ulsions containing pesticides i ,. "''CII R1C ....1totl. '59 FORD 4-DOOR

CAR FINANCE PLANLow nomination may be mAde education leading l to a high to stui Insert and dLspii.se en- ] oM RIO., 'I V'-H Fordom.'itie llndlo IIcater-

Arc AskedThe by Ailing In tho following school diploma cannot be pursued try. I II For 6 Months

cost financing through a blanks: under this law. Flight I I .r1 o/teKSSfiS1"/ .

SUrke-Bradfnrrt. I County Name of nominee: training, on-the-job training, Tobacco Discount "V" .66
local cooperating bank and Chamber of Commerce. Is and,I .respondent, courses 1._: :'''''oA I InC"NICtK8" a- $199 Iown-25 ,
Pro StI1Available ;)) )i ) Monthly
ram
our low cost Insuranc'e tool I seeking nominations from the urn' also prohibited.

general public for recipientsof Dixon: further stated that In '66 l'lutSl'N. STOC'INO)( S39-II:)!'

CALL TODAY! award the to outstanding,be presented citizens at the Name of Award are generally payable the to training eligible! bcntlits children Chiilrman of the Rrndford" '61 FALCON DELUX 2-DOOR

(chamber's; annual banquet on between ages IH and 23. ASC County Committee Lea- | Dr.l I'I'Dr Uiuliii Heater New Tires. Excellent; Mechanical. -

Jan. 15. Deadline for having No-me of nominator: However there are numerous ton Jlorgnn Jr.. reminds,\ tohuceo -' I.
nomination! on file at the exceptions: to those ago limits growers( I that t the flue-i-iircd" 3r4W&CaFdE

O. MERRITT H. chamber of flee la. Jin. 15. I lie. furl her announced( that tobacco discount variety program a-"Drs a.$199 $24.83
.
Award. will be made In there are many ohiklien who will bl! continued for. the I I T Down- Monthly
have been denied, E-
WILLIAMSM training
1DiS( '
crop/
three categories! : j
Reasons why the person' Is .prior to the time tho law was Under this program price. I STOCK NO. H31-A:

117 N. Walnut' St. bring -nominated may bo written liberalized by the legislation! supports' for discount varieties '62 PONTIAC 4DR. HARDTOP
on a separate uncut of enacted In July IDfM.) '
September TUES
i : ., ;MOV..
Full I Power Extra Clean-
Theme) yCJ-.r.1l: V-H Air fond- -
pa per. (
10(55 anti November 10B5: ,
Jan. 1)) I 10 1 11 I II
)DU. IIAKKV (;ilUEN f In making nominations for therefore even I though trainIng )K\; <'client ;.Moclianical.:

jI Announcethe I the Goad I Government. Aw'iid' has been previously denied t 301I "tt, !:..ntlJTfI! ?TaT'tvT11 $29900
should be
consideration gIven
It would be wise! to have the -vs- !. \
} \\ Monthly
relocation of his of. to the Improvement of civic, child custodian
parent or
IUoloug LaFfvilla
reapply !
If A" ,.... ,
cultural and economic( conditions \
STATE FARM-ste* A fice to 4 Ifi-U nVst; :Madison locally as a direct or under so the that present consideration requirements DRIVE-IN I!! wem'Ieboyt" STOCK) NO. 7!':3-A)
froM the bo '
Street. Starke Indirect result of efforts ininlc be try 63 CHEVY II STATION WAGON
Mufml. JUtonnbH "lnturtnM' Comewf >*- can given; by the "
lame CIffIcelIoo tin.'.-.-. .Nli".oip '' .wu..c, Shopping Plaza by the nomlnt-o to bring/ Veterans Administration. Open 7:00: ) NUNTZ MALL Hadinlleater.utumatlc Transmission:

such Improvement. Rbout.1 Dixon urges all potentially ShOW Time 7l: !> I I UOGORCEVk $

I I ili not ncrosHiirily have eligible persons to contact\ I ADMISSION -:. I 8ftd a.- $199 29.95Monthly
L'l<><'ttd ofllclals. I ABNOU) STAMP Down
their local Veteran County Service A dull n 75e ntudentft fiOc) ,
For the Good Samaritan' Officer. the Veterans Ad- Children Ifnder 12 Free I e.stii.
III! I Award' the. nominee should I Imbor ofaocotiinur STOCK NO. Mlli-A
ministration hits "
Clip Out and Use To Make Your Nominations or office at
have been effective over ape..lod P. O. Box 1437 St. Petersburg FlU, SAT., SUN. 64 CHEVILLE MALIBU 2DOORHard
For Outstanding Citizen Awards of time In helping other Flu. for further Information. ,. MUSIC STARS!
h I 7. 8. !9, 'I 1'op- Standard Trans.. V-8 Radio.
to Improve their own well .:
i Feature I Heater Kxtni; ('Iean--Jox'ellenl Mechanical.
II! Mr. Award Committee Chairman : being toward the objectivesof Triple I'r"grnm)
II leading useful lives., Such Draft To Be Ga-c. -Only 23,000: ) ) Miles.I !

It I is: my lcMre to recommend u nominee for consideration for the help must have been providedto ,' $
S 680
I following! / Chamber Award (check one) : the above or below normal ExtendedSelective a :I.$299 Pov\ n_ Monthly
or. those with mental or phyalcil -

handicaps' or those considered Service will soon STOCK) M O.) "$6' ) 1.\


__ r.nnd" Government Name of Nominee ____________________ to be Indigents.! begin a nationwide review that '
4-DOOR BEL AIRE
Nominees for the Public, 62 CHEVROLET
could! result In making thousand -
d'ood; Sitmiirltan Health Award must be from of previously rejected I Po\\er lide. 'li-Cyl.; lladio. I Heater-Clean-
I Xame of Award ---------------------- those concerned with the arts
Public Health high school graduates eligiblefor (;Mechanical.: .
of he.-illng! bodily Ills. Including / Viet Nam draft calla
I it
$ .
II .flood(; Citizenship Name of Nominator exceptional service contributing was announced last week ae- $1 99
I --------------- -- _
/ ; : to the physical well'I A Selective Service spokesman And A2INAEcoioa Down Monthly

being of persons. not financially I said the tcview will focus 'I"

In space l h'Ir\v. Rive' rci".on"i Why you think the person nominated I able to care for them- I I on the draft' status of high, ALFRED The Abote Payments Include Finance Charges and
| selves.Nomlnees' Life In..oIuraneeBIll )Does Nut; Include Physical
I, qualifies for>> the award : (do not u-e nominee's name in this !ppace." ) I ?/ school graduates who flunkedthe
for the Ooo l Cltiz
<
''Ij' I qualifying/test fur military HITCHCOCK'S Damage Insurance on the Csir.
I : nahip Award. should! be persons I service an dwere classified coft'

who have expended: tru-r-1 I [rs. Rhoda Dampier flerk: No Cash Required -

glen to Improve the publici said yesterday that the January a_, ftg
i Image of the town or county I quota of Local Board: 18 t.ss ,car Iacamg_ \\'IIElm i: T11AIEIN) WILL COVER

j'' { through public or private acts dues not Include this group 505115 l4 VAlatS ttC eats uAag DOWN P.YME T.

| of good will. Consideration and she does not know how
j'i yet I'lLht1ThffyDuk ( .Nl* MD q L "V.
should also be. given to those -,a sa puia.a. $ .. -
will be
many registrants affected '
i : j i who, bring about an uplifting by the reprocessing or Walt ilnlick Chevrolet
,
and Improvement of moral or der. I

I spiritual values Including j Mrs. Dampier said the local ;
guidanomid counsel with all
board types! of vouth an quotas with 23 men called I
activities for pre-1 ndurtlon examination : jW& Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer In

Mall\ or bring nominations on J n T and seven called S..sais IcI lirudfurd and Union Counties.
It,..nCHNICOUU.lffD: ,
to the Chamber of Comim. e I for Induction l on Jan 17 ANTI.TV ( .d.4 a5.7 a I._._ c-fl__ p,_ :301 North y Phone 9CJ3900'l'I1t.'RSDY.

Dux 1110, )Htark, f'Ja. Saluctlva\ Service huuxlquurt-. j. 1-



FIGIIT rjorvrv T.Jr.I.FnRAPn, STARKK. FURmA TIIUKSD\Y, JAN 6. 11C8


Choir practice. 830.: I Circle meets at home of Mrs. cludes an arena for showing really catching on under the Blowout Causes weekend The second mishap

Thursday:: : Sunbeams JunIor Maurice Wingate, 2:30.: Junior livestock and holding shows community leadership ap- occW'l'pd' Thursday Dec 39,

rRcII and: Intermediate OA'B. Choir practice, and Sunbeams I and contests. Includes stalls pioach. We appreciate; the interest Truck To Wreck around 5:30: p. m when Lot Us!

3:30 p. m. Beginner Primary; meet at 3:30.: O. A. meeting Wi. x COUNTY for showing horses. Nothing; of lots of adults helping C. Thomas 30 HUh Sprints,
'JEWS and Junior Choirs 4:30: Primary Choir, and Beginner except blotter and better for with the progtam.' All of us The Florida Highway Patrol was driving north on SR !>iin i
II Nursery open for all s iv-! Music Activity 430.: Ethel i AGENT our! Fair the last of March have itspoiiiibilitlas In developing reports an accident occurred / a 1965 Chevrolet and ,ian >.
Ices. A place for all ages.- Biggs Circle and Brownlae YOUR t I I'jbti Our Fair Association and carrying on a youth New Year's day about one tempting to turn left onto a

Rev. Felder Rowan pastor. Circle meet at church at 7:30.: President, Arch Thomas, Jr. program However, Miss Mar- mile south of Highland on U. dirt road about three mi s

MADISON STREET' Wednesday-;Sunday Schoolteachers has really put time and effort tha Sue McCain has senior responsibility S. 301. south of Keystone( crossed i t.e

BAPTIST CHURCH FIRSTPTIST and officers meeting,, and interest In getting for the girls and According to the FHP accident center line into the path 01 a

900 W. Madison Street CHURCH 6 p. m. Prayer Meeting:, 7 p. hut we have there for our Mr Bobby Taylor] for the boys. report, the mishap ocsouthbound 1965 Pontiac i t.

Sunday services: Sunday m. Church Choir practice 8 County. All of us wish for each of curved' around 9:55: p. m. ing driven by M E. Couliu" ,.
School 9:45: a. m MoinlngWorship. Schedule of services: p. m. 4. Farm Bureau and Cat- you a year ahead that will be when the right, rear the blew 31, Gainesvtle. The Cou.lia; ,
11 a. m Intermed Sunday Brotherhood s w tleman's Association are plan-' just what you plan and hope out on a 19S4 Ford truck be- car left the road to avoid Co:.
meeting and breakfast 8 g' ing driven south on 301 by .
late and Young People's e Methodist Church I : niiiK different type programs! for lisioii with the Thomas
Choir practice 4:45: p, m. m. Sunday School, 9:43: a, m. for 1966. Members will be Arthur F. Gray, 65, Largo hide and came to rest u;>

Training Union, 6:15: p m. Morning Worship sermon Calendar for the week: hi-ailn,; about this soon. Farm CAIUl OF TIIXNKS causing Gray to lose control! sight in a ditch. Louis Thom.

Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. "The Christian Passover" 11 Saturday.- Bishop's Convo- ByGeorge DIu"' au President for 1966 Is Our heartfelt thanks to all of the truck which ran off as was charged with failure to
I
Wednesday services: Bible a. m. Training Union, 6:15: p. r cation for Laymen at Southern "' T. Lonnio Hurley. Cattlt'men111 who extended comforting the road skidded i sideways yiclJ(
m. Evening Worship sermon College Lakeland.] elect and rolled over. The truck
officers in
and
Study, 7:30: p. m. Church I IlugglnsSometimes January. Maurice sympathy help in our recent in
to its wheels
"ire That Would Be Great" I Sunday Church School] I EJwauls. Jr. is president sorrow. For the beautiful came rest on MRS. AGGIE JONES:
7:30: 8:45: am. Morning Worship. nn.program now and Is also a director In'' floral offerings, and other a ditch alongside the road.
STARKEBUSINESS Tuesday Helen Masters 11 am. Youth Choir practice Ithe:j Southern Angus BreedeisAssociation. kindnesses we are deeply The drivel, Gray, was not injured hers Aggie Jones of Cala-
Circle meets at church. 9:30a. : 0 p.m. Snack Supper for I it's good to review and a challenn"/ : tu[ grateful. Our thanks, also, to han, mother of Tyler Jon sOnly
the and than let it I have Fair Notice I
the
m. Ida Darby Circle meetsat MYF\ : 6 p.m. MYF\ : meetings past a Big You will be hearing and seeing Dr. Ritch and the personnelof one other accident of Starke, died Wednesdayfternoon
home of Mrs. D. L. SUcox, 6:30: ; Evening Worship 7:30.: be a challenge to do c little buildings as you ride:: out 301 / more 4-H Club activities the Starke Nursing Home. was reported by the FHP for at the Staike Nur-\

2:30: p. m. Lorena Ep;>ersonThis Monday Circle] 2 meets In start better do something a little different new. Well, or,I North. Additional space InI during 19C6. The program is -The family of Perry New- this area over the New Year's sing Home.

Fellowship Hall, 3 Girl some.
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DIRECTORYAUTO p.m whatever<< 1965 has been to us, 1
Scout in I
meetings FellowshipHall
bad, have
some good--some we
: Troop 605, 3:15::
: Troop
much to be thankful for. The
606, 4:30: ; Troop 607 5:30.
:
REPAIRS man New Year Is here and may we
Gainesville District Youth
accept it as a challenge for

Earl's Garage can help Gainesville Rally 1st Methodist 6 p.m MethodistMen's Church, the I best would, like to mention a WorLd4'new: tkip /

Club business and din-
ALL KINDS: OF few things! that might have
AUTO REPAIR WORKAll | ncr meeting In Fellowship some significance in our pro
Work Guaranteed you Hall, 7 p.m.Tuesday gram for 1966.

Phone fJ O1JRISo. WSCS circle] 1. Strawberry is
program
Walnut, Stark I For complete prot.ctlon, you meetings, 10 am. as follows:
need In.uranc. that .is adaptable Important. Strawberries proba-
No. 1 at home of Mrs. A W.
to changing protection bly ret! more publicity than
AUTO SERVICEGilbert needs. That's what you get Anderson; IS'o. 4 at home of nnvthlnz else. Right now MAE GLAMOURE ST
In every Gulf Life policy with Mrs W. A. Stern; No. 5 at everybody !seems! enthusiasti-
S. Brown I Adapt-A-Plan.' For xample, home of Mrs Gilbert Brown. over the outlook for this sea-
a mortgage policy can be Wednesday -- WSCS circle]
Standard Oil !Pen! ice Station I adapted to provide retirement sonWe do need:! a change! inwrather
ATLAS Income. Ask this friendly Gulf meetings, 10 am. No. 3 at to slow maturity of
life about itl I home of :Mrs. Leo Champion.
Representative
plant* in a great number of
TIRES & BATTERIES' ; No. 6 at home of Mrs. Paul I Foam Rubber
Tin
fields. Innerspring Double
Budget TermsRoad Service Bridges. Primary and Junior our or Mattress or Box Spring
Looks like
a good possibilityof
Phone 94-7071 Choir practice 3:15.::
Prayer
J07 N. Temple Starke |I Meeting 7 a little change in type of ,
p.m.'Thursday. container that might be used i
.. Jan. 13 -
Cub
HURST'S for the 1966 harvest. Any
Scout Pack committee meet
change houlri be for progress
SHELL ing in Fellowship Hall, 7:30:
"n<:J improvement: so when
p m Chincel Choir rehearsal Black Label
,
Service Station the next m"tinR Is announced, Firm
.
7:30: p m.pulled ,
Gas Oils Lubrication we oinht to have good at-
out to pass another Smooth button-free top, the comfort of '
Goodyear Tires & Rutt rle. j vehicle; Taylor] driving a 1062 te-nrlnnce. foam with the firmness of innersprings /" ''r .-''
ROAD SERVICK i 2. NPW crap In th > Lightweight for "
Valiant, had driven out of the < program effortless bed-making ,. '
I ,
,
SHEET \METAL\ worm I parking area in front of the 4c nr.OCKBFRRIFS.. About and there's no airing or turning needed! vIt's ,.-'' / / ,
I post office and stopped a short I th" Only' thing thnt might have Climatized for Florida and allergy- ,, ,,.''' '-' '
distance from the ranged more! ciuio. ltv was th+ free Of course,the foam rubber is reversIble x r f
edge of the I
Thompson Sheet highway. BamforJ int-iiirt1on' of plastic mulch Heavy duty 8 oz. cover for ; mil/ /f

F Metal Works I L. :M. NOK<;KL thought Taylor was apparently going: to B'prkbTi-les' are going< to be I Cire-free wear. v'l ,/ -

I'lionpft' I pull out onto the "n attractive crop for Floil'H
All Types!' Metal Work highway, attempted
ESTIMATES: FABRICATION' I' Ofllte 96.1.4121!: I to stop and slid side We have> made a state t with
AND INSTALLATION After 5 p.m.-()(iJ-072i: ways Into Taylor's] car which about seven or eight acres set 3995

Heating & Air. Coml. Sjftem Box ,680Starke Fin.RPMINOTON. was stopped several] feet from I now There will be n few brrles I
on the
market In Aoril.
Ph. 964-0714 Rd. 1P.KRt 1 1-1 the. roadway.

I1' Bamford was charged with I There h lots of Intoar-estH Foam rubber or Innerspring, twin or full stz-....
1 failure to have his vehicle un- Mnrkberiiei. We" would have Box spring at the same low price.Foam rubber r\
der control. hivl! J2 to 14 acres' nt least It sold in sets only
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-t. .
WP ro'iH hnvp rotten plastic'

r/ irt'fit. P. O. of t i. t'm"I'hrn\ It was! not sal I
Lengthens
MI dry hat
} : run"
( (0tit I
Wednesday HoursEffective Bhl'kn""Jirs'" ore' s"t at about
iy MUST600x13 LIiNE: 'i IRr):; ten c'lffei'pnt p'ari1' flaw:>> an 1
the first Wednes- I ran bf set any time of thvpir. .
'I 13.95 'hy In the new year, 10G6, the VVInv two or thre:
Starke post office will render folk] who have gotten .set up
the same window hours service I to pio-iiKe some plants an1

650x13 14.95 as on) other weak I days, Postmaster 'i firv! !11a"I few ready ta: b"1
T. C Hnzcn Jr. announced "ft MTV They /are in peat
:pot--
I 735x14 18.95 yesterday. The new And ready to s"t right into: Silver Label Extra
schedule Is: 8:0: : a.m. to 5 p.1 thp field or) garden. Call u' !-f.A E Firm
775x14 19.95 m,. Monday, through Friday: about them f, Beautiful gold
floral
I r J z '" cover Is "PuffqUIlted"
and 8:30 r .r ,, -
: a.m to 12:30: p. m. 3. ,t s.* on both
Brand sides for
100 .MPII new buildings nnl luxurious
safety : w' TtA com
+
825x14 20.95:! on Saturdays. I facilities in V fort, the coil unit is engineered to I
Wet Traction our County Fairi:-i I. rryf !I to your eight It's light weight for adjust
I
easy
Patented Life-Tinte Other .sires proportionately low -.- r 'e'll bed-making and, if you have special I
.f
Shoulders! Exchange Plus. Tax ''Ii ; requirements, is available in 11 different
Full 4 Ply Whlt'w..I1"111,1 :ittj.OO NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED snes...from 30* to Super King Size!
?
No Down Payment CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY i- ..

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.. 1PT.V I 4995Foa" ,
Align Front, KndlUil.ince SCHOOL NEWS! HELP NEEDED I
,.
95 Front WheelsliiHIHMt The New Year's school bell The regular PTA meeting
9. .. X PuckMicel.. rang for' the 1968 term Mon-
n."rln/4/ was held Wednesday:! night at I 1uE '\ '"'
.. day morning with faces 4v' E 4. w Sr" ;R r. 4 + ", rubber' or Innerspring,
< happy
twin
hsrpr'ct| .I.Adjust: brakes.Dodd's 7 o'clock in the school cafe- Box spring.t or full size
greeting fellow students and toilum' Parents are encouraged q a the same low price

teacher. Everybody Is ready to attend PTA to better

Service & Auto Sales for work again, and a good understand the operation of r T
term Is expected. the school and help plan for
I 52>; S. Walnut St. Phone 9fil-.1SBl
I the children's welfare. Your(
help is greatly needed. iI I irreA

-I RECREATION NEWS t .
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The Recreation Center is _
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open] each afternoon from I :! eIv
4-30: to 6 o'clock for games -

TASTEE through' Thursday night A
Teen Hop Is scheduled each

CHICKEN% Friday and l Saturday night
Bisector Jackson Invites all

CRISP attend teenagers DF\TII the NOTICE And rctlvitles.! their parents to -


BOXED CHICKEN PRESSURE FRIED :Mrs! Rosa Graham: of Luxury Label-
Stark died in the Bradford rd
County Hospital Monday "Luxury" is the label and even more Ill>> d4
TENDER .v 4 + 6 ffe '
Served with French .10 morning! after an extended urious Is the bedding! The Imported > f

Fries, Cole Slaw, $1 illness., antique white damask cover is "Puff-
Hut Rolls DELICIOUS CHURCH NEWS quilted" to foam, over the Body Bracer t
Mt Moriah\ M-thodist spring for uniform body support This c
really is the

BOX SHRIMP $1.25 BUCKET CHICKEN Church'In mil pastor Rev.Church J. B F.School WII- designed look because, it most has it that is beautiful just perfectly that bedding tailored ever + +" + 1.

perfectly 10aLd14a /
10 1\. m Morning Service, tailored/ np v
Served with French Fries Cole 9 PCS. Chicken Love Feast 11 a m. Evening I

Slaw Hot Rolls Service 8pm. Everyone welcome '
'/i Pt. Cole Slaw 5995
Hot Rolls .25 Greater Allen Chapel AME: ''

TUB 2 Church, Rev L A. Sampson
CHICKEN Feeds 3 to I pastor.! Sunday School. 10
a. Foam
rubber
.I or Innerspring twin or fun .be.(
Hungry People m. Mornine Service at 11 with Box spring it the same low price.. /
15 PCS. ChickenPt. Junior Church in charge

I speaker Miss Carolvn J. Tay'or. -
Pt. Cole Slaw 75I BARREL CHICKEN 10th grade. RJE stud nt.

Rolls: The speaker will be introduced : Glamourest Super King Size from 15995 set'' 1 A[_, AFr>t

3 21-Pcs. Chicken by Miss Cynthia Williams, ,
Feeds 5 to 7
25t
also of .
Pt. Cole Slaw $5. RJE.Pleasant
Hungry People
Grove Methodist
, Hot Rolls/ Church. Rev. J. B. F. Williams "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT'Furniture


t FRENCH FRIES 25" SOc 75 $1.00 10 a. m.pastor.Parents Sunday are urged School to

send their children to Sunday

Call Your Order In It Will Be Ready When School First for Born spiritual Church growth of the Denmark Co.

You Get Here-Phone 964-6411 Living God !Is having a revival

meeting starting Jan. 3

through 13th. Elder A, Vincent 134 W. CALL STREET PHONE 961-1321
TASTEE-FREEZ DRIVEINNACROSS of Pensacola will preach each STARKE FLORIDAPAGE
night at T'S'V Everyone wel I

come. Elder Flex Howard, Makers of the Famous-SPRING AIR BACK SUPPORTER MattressnanL.sn
FROM HOLIDAY INN:' pastor: Zephaniah. Lane re- j

l porter. .
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Itlnx: friends stops were madeIn r Local DriversIn Keystone PTA I Chance Named f mica 3 and 4 will be hostesses.

I Qultman. with the. Ferman I I
KEYSTONE Bells; in Atlanta. with the M. I ( Collision j To Hear Inmates CALENDAROf !To Committee j NEWS NOTES The the connregatliJii many monetary appreciates gifts-

L. Pledgers; and in College I At Lake Geneva i Of State Prison Events ': Of State Assn.i I By Helen Eean toward' the new lIn'tuarAI)
Park with the :':. F. Couches. i many donors artfrom distant

HIGHLIGHTS I Following their return home. ,t Two local man escaped seriou.s The Keystone Heights. I i I Chlln,'.. Clay County places. including students and
I the Mabiys again took the 'I Injury when the cars I School PTA haH scheduled I' Tlmrs.. Jan. 6 KeystoneDnoxtprn Civil Defenne Directorn" The original nine member armed forces personnel this

road and spent New Years 'I they were driving collided FrIday "Ojienitnm Tecn-Ager"( at the ( Club meeting, 7:30: l'I''t'nll.nil. flied H.S II menibvr of the AAKP Chapter were correspondent feLt that a

By Emily Thomas day with Mr. and Mrs. Al I morning./ Dec. :31. I Jan. 20 meeting 'according/ : p.m. !School lunchroom. ,j'I'of the (Riifety Commit of lioslM at an upon house held I wOld picture ot progress' on
Kent at their home In Cross William W. Taylor, 21. of progniiti ilinnrmii; u I CtoorgiaMiirrheo. :\lun.. J.m. 10 Better i i I the F'lorkla Civil' I J Defense Aa-. In the Community Cluiicl the building mulit k.. <;p them

Phones Creek. They rep:>1 t not having Lake (Oenevn was released I \ Schools) Committee Clny County ||I Hocl.itliui, by I Pete Bcthol, educational bulUln,{ on Dec Informed:

- I remembered n. more following treatment at Bradford The program/: III given bv 8 P m. School Bonn! Room.1 j rommlttco, i-h.ilrman. of rjiiin1 io. The hull \sas attractively As we chiiivh-,: oer. ap-
-::' Day 173-4666 Nile 473-4589 pleasant Christmas and New County Hospital for lacerations. four Inmates\ of the )Florida I Ci:......1\! Cove Springs.!: '1 esvllle.j arranned with, the refienhment pro.ich the corner Palmetto/

Year's holiday. The driver of the State r', icon nt Hnirord, who Tue. Jan.' II Woman'Sj j j The loriil I rescup'' S unit I ron- table In the center of Hiiii. Sylvan \Vam a bright

j! Now that the tinsel and ame Saturday niaht. Upon Last Tuesday tile H. C. second car Rodney Bumford relate the events. lending up to I Club' business meeting( / 2 I p m. j I fleivil ,>m<> (.* .-se'rvt, -e in the room. Chairs were arranged sunshiny morn lilt' glancing

confetti the bowl games and .Is return to( school Saturday, Drlscolls and -tauxhier. Jane. 21, Keystone Heights, was also their. inrnrcerntlon, aunt! theIr Keystone :Municipal, Bldg.! ,|| at'ix iiiitintioblli ncclilt>nti.. during In a .seml-cU'clc alternating itpward.s. we ob.seirlic lofty

s list of resolutions are mem- til-old reported to his parents visited Mr. and Mrs. D. Bar- released after re'clvlntl'Cllt./ attitudes tiiwnnl, their past he.havlor. .- j Program on Democracy" vs. / lI'e'pmh"I', 'iinrl n plant' with mall tea tables: euct arches(: and the uii'-tiil lines
. oiies of the past things an :lat his plane \\as unable to cus and family in Lersburgfor meat nt Bradford County Hospital These talks/ have been I I CoininuniHin by .1. A. .I.ickwon. cr.i.sh in t he Camp Blitinlinj; centered with an arrangement as they curve entK tutward.

",, settlln back to normal li ad i at Knoxvllle and that the day. The DrUcoll's for abrasions and a given before nunieious civic i City Council Meeting And are:, un f>,w." 21, The unit all.fiwereul of pink and white camHlla.s (he main supports 'of f T TIC roof

households around town. Children ley had to fly on to Clnclnatl Club Estates home was a fractured rib.AI''orcllng groups. nrhool.s! nnil' educational I Instnlliitlon cf) officers 7:30 p. a a, t-Chrlstniis. lire and greenery Happy The lofty center apex >It he

are In school and th before touching round. Christmas showplace. with the to the FHP accident orgnnlzntions( in the. pant' ,, ;' in., :Municipal Bldg.j call on State ROIl 21 1.1; t New Year was! spelled out on arch design, shows clearly a.

\ work \veele Is back to Its accustomed Former Keystoners. the nativity scene placed outside report, the collision occurred ind arc". sl.ltpil for the_'n CtllV_.n.. week.Chan! i the tea table___ _in_. tine_ .. frnrndrops. _.._ I space Into which the_ bp"'t.U .n.__...
.n n.
number of days.A 'ameion Bastcdos, made theli which wac made as a surprise about 10:30: a.m. Friday County schools In February.\ j Keystone Women's .'" lepolts meet lags A bubble bowl of ca fully blue and fold( stained

numbEr of local folk an ay to Alaska for the Christina for her parents last year by on Highway 100( in frontof An Invitation has been extended with the Incal. tire dc'pui| rtnierit., nwlllas, flunked by tall whit' gluts memorial windows will
looking f01 word to the fine holidays! to visit thelijuuhter. Jane who Is director of AJ- the Lake Cieneva post of- bv PTA I'I'C'"lllo'nt11-! Golf Ass'n.I Clay County Hospital Auxiliary. toners formed the central reflect the sunlight/ from the

fare offered at the Civil Bobble and her achun County Camp Crystal floe. Bamford driving east on Iliini Baker to nil person' in I N. K.: Flu. Civil Defense table decoration. The punchbowl skylight. From this will rise
Auditorium In Jacksonville. 'usband! Frank M. WalrathII. Lake.Mrs. SR 100 In n 190t* Plymouth, the community who might be, i 1 Keystone WOml'n'HI Command tit (iainnaville. and was also surrounded the Christian Cross that may
I with two operas slated next also from Keystone and Cora Marshburn spent Interested, In ht'nrlnthlM/ I! Golf Association met nineholei last the U. S. [)t'pt. of Agriculture' I cmm'llhu. MI'!!. Axel Malm-by bi seen from all main avenuesof
'I'hllr"dnwith
'week and several concert i -lr chl1 ren. the holidays with her daughter Masonic Lodge dramatic presentation. The,i ; a County Defense org.inlmitmn glen did the flower traffic. Dr. Holt visits the
and clrnm.it! presentation: The Oator Bowl game at Miss Louise Ma rshburn. |rogrnm Is. slated. to begin. at I net round held for the in rjreen Cove Springs' In the( I atvj served the arrangements con"truct1olslte1l dally and

scheduled in the coming acted three family member-* I' and niece. Mrs. Ewell Pack, in Installs NewOfficers 7:3(1: ( p.m.MELROSE. 1 Mm.participant)K. F. In Alken first place with was 3i, past month. Mm. Julius Hanson nave punch a was "much alarmed" to find

weeks. ]'oithe teenagers. i the E. A. Rushton home Jacksonville.' Miss Marshburn For '66 I and MM. Alex Brokua wanHpconil reading on how the poinsettia the workmen not at work on
thp, e is Prank Sinatra. r ast week. 's a laboratory technicianwith the Monday after
Jr SOil Eulie. chKnKlneer .VVyV.VVVVVyvV..Y9. with :lA. ,C.: A. Lamm organist. \\'R. named, and he legend ol Chrlstmnj
and his t 'av-illii1; troop. which with the Atlantommercial Dr. James Borland.> I Officers for HXifl\ ( ( were installed Today iThnrn.) the piny Masses: Sunday, 9:15: a. m the holly and why It is always One may often see Col. David

calls to tii Ind the adulation incur engineering' firm The Martin Ramos family I for :Melroxo Locltfe No. was for nine holes followedby slons 5 to 5:30: ) p. in. each Sat iireen.Mr. Nelson watching: Intently
teenage) t ;'uys; of his fathe. 'emperature Control. was on had an Interesting holiday 80, F&Aat: a meeting held a covered, dish luncheon urday. I and :Airs. Raymond Kln- with his eyes! ever upwards! ,

j by the bobbv soxrs; throughout 'and to see his alma mater from a spnce-an? point of II In the :Masonic Hall Keystone: and business' meeting at 12:30: Novena aivt Benediction' (rain of Smith Lake wore wel for this sanctuary Is soon to>

the country. Whatever 11'01'11111 Tech bring/ home f view. His brother. Gilbert Ramos Height, on Dec. 27. fly S..lIy.1 Kolhhumnier: held at the home of MM. Al Monday, 7:30: p. m.'nterdt'monlnatlonal. corned to the chapter as nev be a fine edifice to< the Christian -

ynur tl1. te. theie Is something!! Ictory. Lon's brother. Col. B of Mystic. Conn.. an I H. O. Williams win Invented ....y. y.. ..y..yy WatHon. Prizes' will be awarded member The chapter U also I community of Keystone
to fit the bi'l' this month. V Rushton and his wife. oYenmurk jlectronlcs) reps esentatl for I as worshipful muster; J. to liiflt months winners ( honoted by thi- new mt'mbpl'- Heights.

IIKKK; 'N ThERE; S. C.. also jolnet Interstate Electronic was I A. "'!llium". senior! warden; rill'KCII' NEWS during the meeting. Community Church. Di ship of Mayor and Mrs. Alber '

1 V'isitnrs at the home of M-! ''itm for the tame, and! man- the only civlli.in (on the \\'. P. VViNon, Junior warden; Youth Rally l I. ..Pt. for Monday A. C. Hot, minister: Mrs Nelson Guests enjoylnar/ the

and Mrs. Tom( Cmtchfleld or ed to net I in se-.eral round 'atomic submarine. Benjamin I N. Watson H.mlenbergh. Jan. 10. at the F'rst' {]et)1'1I8 Can-ova DI'lrlUllRt social, ( hour inchrled Mrs. Al THE RIGHT POINT for the

Luke Biooklyn over the holidays 'f golf durln their stay lrtevstonc. "ranklln. which shot the I treasurer: \\'. R. If Irvey secretary thf"lst. Church, In Oalnesville. I Tuesday this week with W. H.AlIens. Sunday. School.( 9:30: a. m mlf'I'Oit and her lionwuost. way you write. Come In and
weie her son, HarokSnellen. Th? Lon Rushtonrller tul-ed mlshle *een by the Leimon Ward The will be Rev.VIortLs '
I ; chaplain speaker I I rfoitvlrui/ Worahlp. 11 a, mrfurserr Mrs. Edna. Erickson. lect' your favorite. ESTER.
a student at CarsinNswman traveled! to Holly/ Hill :Demlnl astronauts on their 8- I : Floyd Koon.s. murali.ill: ; Hultn-liiw pstor' of |I :Mrs. Eugene: S.ipp spent open botl hours The next meeting of tht RROOK fountain pen. TELB-
College. Knoxvllle '. C. to visit her\ parents an"latlves -" day trip. Martin drove down J. F.:. Bonner,, senior deiicoti' Dunnellon ::11"1 hodllt! Church.I I Christmas weekend with her "haptcr: will be hel.l at 12:3fi :!: ( Telegraph.!
Tenn.; and :Mr. Crutchfleld's for Christmas and to Cape Kennedy to Join him O. A. Reed Junior d..ncIFd; : l lSttirdivant Theme Christ i mother. Mrs' Hattie McEIv -Kpl cu-.al. i m, Thll1'i lty. Jan.. 13. li
son. Dr. Jim 's Crutchf vere met there by thAI for a tour through the sub senior stevviiril, ; and Me. .. Slew.II'dShIP.//, n. and .ulster Mrs. Ellen St. Aone's Rev. W. W 'the educational building Thl

and his wIfe of Taswell, Tenn '(U'jhter.'! Mal llyn, and her ind brought him back to anil T. L. Druke. tiler. at 6 p. m. ,' (Creed! and! son of Sumpter Worstall. vicar; R. a. Cope- will hf. n co-veied dish lunch

who tnoludel in their Florid. usband. Com dr. L. A. Cum- Keystone( for a visit. Over the The local lodge. Is ('oml'I'Ied .,- Hjinclwlch supper! at II ::45. At S. tajid. or Jl1.t. 'Oil and memh"rs are remind

vacntlin a trip to Ft Lnudevda'e Ie. of Wnshlnutori. D. C. Christmas holidays the Ra- of' members from the l.ey. 8:15: will be Worship :Service.: C.Mrs.. E. W. Ea.sterllnjj:; aruf' Morning Prayer all,. Ser i ed to provide their own tabl

to ep hci parents. Rev A ten-day Christmas trip moses traveled to Hunts\ills. atone-Melixi.se nreu. with meet. Remember to biln* your children of Eau Qallle spent ', mon. 2nd and 4th Sundays I <--en'lr( ( and utensil.s., Bread! o r

and Mi! s c Burrri Cooperan' ok the P. C Mabrys. of Ala. to .\lsit the D. J. Pierce Ings heild In the hull located in sandwiches for supper and wewill New Year's day visiting family )::30 a. m. I Inin-wry open I "rolls will be provided. A shor This man

tak- In the Orange Bowl ake Geneva, to Georgia viaS family. and while thore. Keyntone. eat our own. The drink and friends: In Melrose Holy Eucharist! and sermon '>usines mi-etlni, will follo

Pierce. who Is employed at !nnd de"sl''t'ill be furnished. and Gainesville. 'lit and 3rd Sundays 9:30: A the luncheon and an oppor

the KuntavtUe Arsenal, took I I !Make. your plans now to attend MI' and Mr*. R. M. Cason \ I nursery opt'nl. Ohuro. ) tunltv will be given for quest can help
them for a tour through the I! and moved Into their present 'spent Tuesday! with relativesand :dchool. 9:30: A M. "Holy Eu- tlons partlciilnrly! concernln( I

famed space laboratory.The home on DPC. 23. They have I SPKCIAI.:! NKWS i frl"nd" In Melrose, then jhuilst. 3 a. m. each Sunday." flue new Medicare bill. N.i you!

George Schaeffers en- I one married' daughter. NoRth Florida Telephone I I went home with their daugh-/ Evening Prayer, 7:30: P. M. tlonxt lieiidquarter.s. I Is arriuiE I

pertained Mr. and Mrs. Ed THANK yorMr : Company has Issued the fol- j ters. Evelyn Thlgpen and each Sund.iy. EYC. Q'j: ; p, M I Ing for II speaker'' on the, coordln.ttfd I
for complete protection
of Gainesville. Mr ''. F.ilnumdV.. Dwyer I I you
Whltehead. Palatka. each
''owlnu' statement concerning1'tie ] Debbie Ford of Sunday. tiusurance plan helog need insurance that I la adaptable -
and Mrs. E :lon Kimmons who was/ injured recently: In Breeland Dally offices I
Excise! Tax Heductlon Act | Mr. &and Mrs. Ray ol Morningand prepared bv AARP Insurance to changing protection
Lake Brooklyn, and Mrs. a /golfing ,accident. 1.4 huiiif nf IfllS. The Excise Tax Reduction of Tylertown. Miss spent sev- Evening! Prayer 8:00: A. consultants. needt. Thof't what you get
Charles Hlnck. Keystone on from the If. of )<'111. Teaching Act of 19(55( provides I eial days! with their daughter 1 M. and 6 ::00 p. M.Presbyterian Community ChurchCommunion I I In every Gulf Life policy with'

New Year's Eve. The Schaef- Hospital( iinil wishes I to, I ttiiink for( the repeal of the 10 per and son-lii-law. Mr. and Mrs.Hurry ... meditation wa' Adapt-A-Plon. For example.a b*.

'er's daughter.", Mary Ann. has! her many fi lends for then,, ent communication service I .Jackson. Both Mr and i j observed at the Sunday adapted mortgage to provide policy retirement can

recently obtained a )position kindnesses to hor. She .st.itfH. tux on local telephone service I I Mrs. Jackson ire teachers at Faith Presbyterian. Chur li I mornlnu worship service when Income. Aik this friendly Gulf
with the Barnett National that she" expects. In I In-, liai-U tci'l' telephone" !service and I Melro.se Hiiih School. | -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., mln- Or. A. C. Holt announced tht I Life Rvpretentative about III I III
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3ank In Jacksonville. on th.. links! shortly. us her teletypewriter exchange/ ser- Mr. and Mm. Huel S. Hol- luter; Mrs. cai-l Swi h8l', HIT names of new members. Mrs
WELCOME WAGONEKRS: progress/ his bt-i-n excellent.: laughter\ mer organist: Rlohard Sohjuberger. .
ForIncome their -
'l-e over a four year period. lowaylslted W. E. Haynor and her aunt II III
All the wa? from Ilawai1' rill'Rfll :NF.WS! and soti-lii-law. Dr. and violiniM. I
The first Rt'p Is a reduction Mrll'l :MM. William J. Blakely. The
TaxDcductions have come Lt. Comdr. an' First Miiptist A InrRi- 'f f 7 per" centine points effective D. E. Kennemore and Sunday School 9:4: $ .. m I Board of Trustees will meet I II
Mrs. Richard Bryan and] their group of I ndultH nnil' chiMrenpnrtlcipiiteil I In Orrcnvllle. a. C. for Morning !
Woralilp H I
Jun. 1. I 19(58.! ( In Jimu.iryf din a. m. at 7:30: p. in. Friday, Jan. 7
; '!laughter, Barbara to make In YVutrh Night : Chrl.tm They' returned byway Sunday I INurseii'
? each: of the succeedingears s. open olh I Sunday, Jan 9, I is> Annual Report -
their home In Keystone. They )Party on N.V'nr'" i Kve: under '/ the ,'H t I"I Ill be reduced, of Charleston, s. C. fora hours.J Sunday when/ written

You can Lt (;.\J.I.Y .. have purchased! the Brooklyn] the. guidance of l I'mlriinj', I sic pet-centime! point until fl'day!!. i rdport-s will be provldrd! in

uncover 'm;>re"needles 'nkefroiit hOlneof \V. <1Dowllnn Union ,I rutor! Al.ir.ston u .'.lortl.in. HIP t.ix Is eliminated in 19ii;!) ) Miss Kathtyn/ Currier.'aii'ihter / tieu of spoken reports of the
Jr and have tablt>d Prom 8 toI\ J p in. K ni" 3 of Mr.s. Albeita t OliVt'l' -
Th I new lnw :a nd! the per I < various!; committees. Circle I
"in thehiiysljKIi' their two horses on the lot playing' /unit Hinging was fi- eent rate apply' I to char !esj I has returned to( VPI'IIlII'II.' : ttll'ptJnu1'111 bt. announced In
( when you 1oye l by the /frullfrum,/ ; ft I In, '' .. 'hODI
also purchased! bv them aCI'01l"the flrot billed,. on and after Jin.1 Ky. where she attends ( IItI'Xt: week's column.
have Jill your street. Comdr. Bryan 1 III 10 a CliriHtim' lilin wn.sihown having spent the Christi i 7ot I
I l. lOB'l 'mi1' will represent an after i I The church, congregation
cancelled checks( .in presently stationed nt Ct'l"l'! ; I nnil' from 1O to I 11 I refreshments approximate, annual !u.IVIIW't.t |: maw holidays at home. Her ', LOS will enloy the blmontlilyFamily I
Plelj Naval Air Station in I were fn-rvcil. I bmeiiberx \ Donald, of Tarrlng-
hand. Open YOITI( : ) customers of the North brother. Dinner on Jan. 12 at
chcckinaccount Jacksonville and cam here / of the lefreihnien', 'Horldd Trltlioiie| Company. ton Conn also spent the holidays j' 6:30: ( p. m. A special program/ I C'N1 Ita' IU1nl')<:,\ns Jr.
here from a three-year tour of duty committee. At I 11 p m. thpastor. 'f some 00.000.:' I IPFILh4ONAIS here with his family. 1 Is being arranged by the Philip'' 47.1-4311):
Today. prourn
at the Marine Corp AIr' Hev. J. 1 n. Ilowen : Don Is leasing for the Marines m chairman Mrs. Nettle lt,.", (IH5
a of the event Key..tnIt., Height' Kliu
Station. Kaneohe. Onhu. gave Hiinimnry Mr an"I'q fiiirry Thom: on Jan. 18. Htltchberry. Members of Clr- /
where tie was attached to of the punt (church :your fo'' flit of 01 litodo spent Hie New Mr. an,:! Mr!!. Wm. Harrell
the Pacific Missile Kanite\ lowed by a group singing;. o Year holidays. with familY of North Little Rork Ark..
-ration He I Is "nearly the. trailitlnn.il "AuM I.int; Randy Beck and
a ural. '! friends! In Meliose and and Mrs.!
'tive" of Florida havln! OP-I Syne" to usher: in the New I aninesvllle., sons of high Springs were KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELRQSE

fired In Tampj. Year. A family tlPt-tn\.thpr. was inii'nts of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. i

Barbara'" Ls beKlnnlnic her The regul.ir monthly bii.nl 'held nt Mr Hiici MI'''. (llvnnRothhammer's Isenhower last week.
I freshman year as a student ness. aol, program meeting "I! on Det'pmhl'l.1 UI.DDINC1' NEWS! BUSINESS DIRECTORYNURSERY

i n St. Johns River Junlo: the Womnn's Missionary l UnIon \\l. Twentv-si'vcn were pre Miss Andrea Lee Verostpo I
College this trimesterMr. was held, .' nt t the church 01Tuen. from Terre HauteInd.. and
.. J.in. HI .. with
5. ut .m. sent.We
and Mrs. Audrey Mints w. lcf>mc. Mr. and Mrs St Petersburg and William J. .
KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember I formerly of Owensboro. Ky. Mrs.' "Fred )Kllis: ,prmti'lmR. ;;; '). H. Ji-nklns, and son. Tom- Colb-rt of St Pett''sbuI'w'l'e, \ APPLIANCES' ; USKI u JARS I
Following I the IjUHlness se.sgion.
have purchased the Stanton / nv. tn our cIty Thy> moved united in marrIage at the
: F.D.I.C. Keystone lIel hts. Fla home on Forest St.. fronting a ,program/ on 'lii'lium''I 'ie, >'e VI"". :31. from Jarksnn- home of the ,uroom's/ aunt and T V Service Center
of New Mexlro"" ui., given b' WE HAVE GOOD O.C.Carnes Nursery
on Lake Geneva. Mr Mint: I .. .-Ill' 'l'nmmv111' bi' In the> uncle. Mr. and Mr. W. I>. I
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"Your! Friendly Hank In Your Friendly] ''L. with General Electric at the progriim i luiirnnin; :MrI 'It'(1"I e at Melrose Hlah:: I.senhower. on De<-. 30. Rev. J. K. TIIIK.S.: Proprietor Used ('url Ward. All l.nliem' ul
CommunIty" their plant at Haue111l'y/ eitmon ...hlJ',1I I Paul Watts, minister of the I Miles\ SE of Starke
,\ came to Keystone in June, J the church me lnvite-1 to ttend I Col. and :Mrs.' JeSse P'll"en' I j vrelrax* Methodist! Church. Authorized: Motorola Phllco At Saving Prices Nirmery, Stock! Thous-
these meetings wind., I nnd.s of rinr.-u Jt Fruit
I IF II aletl and Service
I returned t to Melrose'j.t 11 performed the ceremony In
are heM. I on t the llrst 'tile el.. f "'t"/I/ (;ifI It For Inu Tree8 to choose from. Nice
---- =- -- ; a,e-k, altt-r .spenJInu. \ the!)| the. presence of a few of the; 0.11. MultmTV
-' -- '- of eu-h nionth, at 10 am at Service Shad Trees Evergreen
I I .".14( it'4 with their tighter! 'll"a; \p 41ate families.Mr. If We Don't Have It
t_tin t.>.h iin. h. Sc Landscape Plants. All In
:-I 11 I --' --' and son-in-law. Col.! and Mrs. and! Mrs. Colbert are KtlHO( !HTF.KKO I .
'I I Is; To-. St. Willlnm'H! Cat hh:!.' The | O..OIC TV containers' plant any-
11T'1 lenomlnatlunnl kincliM-g.ir, ( ,, 'lolm. I II Coleman nt McOiliieAlrfo both EiinlMi Hlirh Schoolteachers Vernon Buff Garage time. Cumelllns & azalea,
ce Unse In Niw Jersey In Petersburg and .' It us do
ten lomteil In St. WlllUmV St. I Work Oiirant&.""l Rentals your landscaping.
\ Hall will begin eludes on :Mrs: L. M Pear.HHir.s company sill reside at :Wl' OftIK Ave K..y,,t..na HeigtiIe| 47S-46SI Hwy. JIll Kl'y..lone111("' Ph. OHt-amiS! NUhM endONEHALl"
ANNOUNCE
herBlister. I
fur the holidays was
Petersburg.
South. St.
reglslration \ 17.1-: 4170)
following
Atonday.
t Mrs. Emma Ihos!glaiW. I ; MILE( ;
this week. I of Mi.tml. She also! vIsited, ln,'iother [, onmWIWAY 301
I' .SCHOOL NKKDS: : HOOKSBV Rice who YES- --.We Have
THE OK. SI.\t'Olnt:1t: sister Mrs. Keystone Area AUTO SERVICEHENDERSON'S :.19 Acres, three-fourths
Mvees here In Melrose.
Dr Frank SUunhtt-r thtauthor returner RCJCOLOR T-V cleared; 5-room house out.
urseon, is slated tl< Mis. L. W NVefas two Church ServicesBaptist lildiitK*. Some repair
Dec-ember 31 after a
Keystone iQesIaivaiuI \ speak before the school In, ,monthK} xUlt 1 $ with her three: ((1 Yr. Service. .>.n Color) needed. (.'(MM! farming and

February. The English! teachers sons in New Jersey and New I Service Center cattle land. $137.50: : per \ac-
Vanher Kefritf-
at the school I lequlre' th lIatudf'nts > OryerM,

Is A Fine Place to read a Slaughtei Yolk Carol Rothhammer of Little -FLret BuptiHt Rev, J DBowtlt j t'rlltor'r.I \". Standard Oil Product re.S.E.McKay Realtor
I\\ book prior to hU appearance Tiller oflainesytile ,
I sufflcien'' Ruck, Ark, and Rita \. pantor: Ralph Copeland AT DISCOUNT:" PRICES ROAD SKKVU'K KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
There Is not a
Mpnt Friday. Dec( ornanlxt. Johnson Outboard
And we welcome your patronage and smiling face. I number of books In the schoo'library Pt i in Jlrk.nm'lII.11th/ their Worship services : Sunday Wheeler Discount Sales &: Service Phone 473-481
\ to fill these needs according friend Mrs. Donald Cht't! e- I Fishing, T..fkln Himtlnf( .'< t.'t I'AIIfAN'SBeidjer's(
Emmi I It I a. m.. 7:30: p. m. I nursery APl'MANOE: STonE
to librarian
Under I founer Trudie Faye ':qiuipuientBoata.TrailersFUEL|
new management nun
now you see; Kate MansfIeld An appeal i'belnz Morris( of :\I..ll'o..e. 'Hirnl. Wednesday. 7:30:: p. In J, Highway 21 Between OfLKBROSRNT3' Holiday

male: to the pui<>lic for C. A. ForJp. Sunday School 9:45: a. Iti Meirosa. and KeystonePh. Intersection Hwy 21-1W)
Mr and :Mrs.
All redecorated, and clean as can be. \ donations of Slaughter\ books nt last Friday In Orlando, nursery op nl. Training Union I I MelriM.. ITVItftl Keystone HelRhts 473-4907 RestaurantUnder
Ruth 8:30: p m. Iniirnwy openl)
particularly "Sonx:: of Saturday :Mr Folds sister New OwnershipOIL '
We have had some rain, but plenty of sunshinetoo. and ""Ron to Btthvnia These'i :Mis Gail Whitton. and chllen 1 -'a t"..lie AUTO REPAIR PAREDES: -

books may be broil tht to '- came for a visit. Sunday St William Fr. Thomas F't11f1 Food :lfo HEAUTY RHm-
I school !library or to ;MrsMansfield's the Fords went to Green I Kelly priest in c't1arlle j ; Mrs OPEN 7 HAYS!' WEEKLY

home. I Cm, e Spi'lnits to hit her sis- Goetzman Bros. Full Dlnnr t.inicfie _

I I So when you can make it down ; 1 ter Mrs., Halph Novafk Garage SUPERIORBUTEE Ala' Carle-Italian Fond.
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Serving Pizza Pies' till Mldnito
R. Hook
Dr. and Mrs Cecil KEYSTONE
We'll be MURRHEEInsurance I last weekend, with their SHOPTHE BEER:
'I expecting you. spent Drive-In TheatreFri. I REPAIR WORK FRIENDLY SHOP Block North of Red L.ffht!
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daughter and son-in-law, Mrand \ II
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Agency MOTOR BOO PATNTTN'OPORTABL.m /1 KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS
:Mrs James. J. Ileaine/ and Open, from 9 Till 5 /
I : Y'PLnJNQ:
.. Sal.- -Jan. 7. 8 i
Sincerely yours, I General Insurance ; son In Tampa 84 1 Ihiys a \\'fM'k USED
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.-. Mr anJ Mis. W. H. Allen! Also Lawn 1'Iow"r--Outboard CAU..qUsed

'I"I ima Dovie Alderman! I vnr.-( -C'-\'II'\ITY!AI'TO' -BONUSKevneon -:- M.R.(01 .% II went to Quincy List week for The Sandpiper j! Motor After 3 By Appointment Only' Car
visit with
the holidays
and a
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I Hwy 21 Keystone Heights,I Nettle Stltoht>. rry. Owner and 3-T Shop
H. 473-4783 her mother. Mrs. E A Ches-
lffhU. Dot McMlehn: !, Operator,
: Next I
EIixab.eth; Taylor ti> Drlve-Tn Theatre
and her sisters.i i Buy Sell Trade
II I I ,J, ter Richard PhiHM. 47.1.1I04Nlt Shop Phone, 473--433O
i Mr and Mrs. Clarence Burton I Horn Phone, 473-3098 Hiway loo. 8 mi. Soothof
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'nlvas..,,". JAN.
8TARKB, FLA.. THtRai) )AV. DEO.: Itlt, I9HS"' --. -
FAnE TF.VThree;! --- -
.... cook-out. On his, lilil. security 'In Hi i, ," ,
: 1V 16' jfi'A-=-' --.. ...... :i Jf'tJf. on "the point. Nick started a "shlshkebob" Dyal Jim form' Hml subject. to" ,MIt ,,. .eI ,
". ...aYF. 1I"',. '> e I'J'' .,Hr. .gt ;i-"> V'.., k ''ast/il, .,..'yi his early for he came out on Sunday, Mrs Ruby and Mrs IOIIH. provided Bidder In til IIH" ,''il.I .
Mr. linn for
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.. ,' .. v'T, Thursday afternoon but Virginia Weeks, and
/ .. -:. 'b ',". # : all of Gainesville one ('''''lra1, will i,.
'Joy '. ... \ .':: '.' ;: did not brave It until Lewis Burnham Bell I i-.l fur all work.Attention "
of :
Saturday morning They returned ; Charlie ownens of blddum ,I, Pllitluiilarly
Mrs. Leo Dyal and culled to the ,..
to their home on Sun- Mr. and tut, ,
Mrs. Dyal'a "invlitM a. to condition.1,, ,
day afternoon children and of ployment, to be oboe. .. ..1, ?,'
The Simons neighbors! the mother Mrs. Mosley all minimum, wage rates .> ,,, "
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Acres? Five Acres? t +rlnf.I ? H. D. Finleys were down from Lawtey were among( our day.dropIn All- under, the contract.No .
Jacksonville a while this guests during the bidder may wlthdr.u. nn
hid within 60 day.| ,
aft
In these early days of I960 perhapsno 22,400 square feet could be added with. weekend, and they report our men and I boysended with up a actual dale t III (Ih.- "t"-nip I"
addition. has also they had a most enjoyable the hunting season thereof 1Award
Space
of
in the minds two-story
is a
project : more ,t'Ai. alkY: hunt at Florahome and it of contriu-t/ i-" "i.lln
the public than the proposed new been indicated for a projected. 20,000 Christmas. their wound up In a blaze of glory I cent upon validation mil\' Ia1
Lutgens .
The "Lucky" bonds.TOWN .
courthouse it's cost, including square foot future county jail facility SAW two deersIn at revenue
county .: daughter, Doris and friend -I ?1-they 1 OP ROOK :R
site and construction its (also relocating the sheriff's depart- 1' dropped by to check on their the woods-got a shot at I 111KM1KICH. Fl.rrnlpt'
location in proximity to the business:: ment into this two-story building.) is -p",1.. cottage on Saturday morning one and bagged neither) u/no: It 1/ft

district and the effect it will haveon Additional parking has been indicatedin X "'.,' They made Jack think Santa So with the holidays and bar A. D. 1986 at Htark 11.1,
stabilizing or further disrupting:: the the rear of the jail structure" I s .\''r Clause had misplaced our address hunting season: over. It's time ford nnn1v., PlnrlilaNOTICK .

present pattern of the town's economy.Of (End quote) .; ; ., until then when they for all of us to get bacH I'll to HKOIIITKM: OK F1CTITIOI 1".nIT'O". > in this connection are Opinions differ as to<<) relative meritsof brought him a whole sackful normal routine so I (ruess, In hereby glen, ''htlthe .
interest : lust say-I'll see ya' all next undemlKnert, under n- ,,i,,,.
two schematic drawings prepared by the three-acre and five-acre proposals I of oysteis! visions, of Chapter 20.III1.1 I.,..,..
: week I
The Bill Bells say they of Florida. Art of I'M)
would accommodate Will)
Frank G. George for theCounty Since either one '
architect have finally gotten most of' register. with the Clerk "r .IKClrrult >
Commission showing the same the proposed:: 33,000 I Court, In and for Hrait.ford .
: I their belongings moved to Cnunty, Flnrldu. iii.r| ',, ,..
two-story. 33,000 square foot building square-foot\< building, with room for their new abode-the apart- "as'7'11,1, il i elpt of proof of puhlli ul',,..,ii, of
three- the main difference, as we \l\KMTI: .RHK1T "''011 HlltMHKO.IFIT thin, notice the th'lIllo nun,,..or|
sites expansion
located on different : -one a ment above their newly purchased .
1111 .'.\ :: PFI.-KI..V-NI' : I PlHlIll Blirber Shop I liniler WI.IPI 1, ",
acre plot and one of five acres.:: see it, is the amount of space devotedto I Blue Pines. They are ee.1YFItu's: : l'.tn..WT: 11:111. I am engaged, In lumln.. r. vHturke '
and the acre or of the changes IMIOOK, KII.KI.OIUI I'lutu.. W. Mnllt-.r: HtStuJke.
In an accompanying letter to the parking facilities, i enjoying a few 'I'UW' OF Owner : Flnrlda.Andrew .
Commission: George made the followIng more that would be required for the I they have made there and are Mi-imrHt"! .nenled. bids. for fur .1. Oohon. J'I. *, Bnv.1A.1.
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the awardsof : : Lake Hitler, Klnil.l,. .., lit.,|
and relocationof beginning to reap multilain.tHliifpment
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comments:: on the two plot plans : "future jail facility" nlMhliiK <>f all Isbnr> own.r.n..l.d.
8itl"-"lt was felt that the sheriff's department.Five many long weeks of hard::! and apparatus fornnxtrnutlnn thin Hth day ,,r >?rceriher
Three-acre witter dUtrliintlon -
I of a
Bells ,,
work. Oood luck, you A 16 I'lHS! HI"tdii,
minimum of 360-foot property frontage acres is a lot of'lu'eH.. In fact, I nyKtrm' Including/ eonneflinn 1 flradford riiunty. Flurldu,
a P In your new expel'ienceslYou ) ,and
the size of in th exffftlnr supply I ia-i Hit 1/6
would offer the eat possible: : it is eight or ten times could not have provenby ,sloping rnrllltl" will bireieliMl ,, ,
utilization Inr setting off the the present courthouse property, which that It wasn't' a typical hv the Town Clark Town .
:-space: us oki. FlrcrMil. I lla.tlc HGtebUQh $% %) al 'b.PIII" .
Hull. Town of nn r
building and w<>rl\in": Jot perimeter-: everyone agrees is inadequate. If a summer Sunday this past until 2:110:< V'.M.. K.S.T., on Notebook S2.2H 11
type! parking. Setiin' I, jk the build- five-acre plot could be :secured: "close- weekend. It started on Friday January 25 I'''>5i, unit thou at -

ing similarly in show. i (125-foot: ( ( :setback : in" at a reasonable figure we can see rv night Miss Melinda Lou mild,, office Hlt.I"I. puhlUlv) opened. Hmlr
<*nrl '>
from street: or hlirhway) will no objection to getting it while the I Youngblood and Miss Mildred Th* I l"r..r"III1" for Bidders,
ah Bramlett, both of Tallahasseeand Korm. of old.I Form of ARE TERMITES
lend to further beautify the ::structure getting is:: good, even t though portions I Airman Charles T. Lee ('.,nl"RI'I. PI.I n M, HpvrlflonH -
permit Il ll capin(1;\( allow :small: of it would not be used, perhaps for Base Mini' Forms of ,old'
Jr. of Turner Air Force linnet lint Performance Hand DESTROYING
sitting areas that can serve as outdoor many, many years.. Albany, Ga. arrived to spend "may ,bf fxumlni' 'In the olflrAnf
waiting, could lie used for out- On the other hand, we do not feel the weekend with us. On Saturday .Vivid II. Hniiili rcntdnorrn, YOUR HGME?

door civic occasions: aUo( space for that all other considerations( shouldbe J morning, we met the. lin-,.'Hltv. I'M-Hlcil" Avenue. lit. ,Tiff (3ll1nMVlll Haul |,'nlv -,

members of the family to wait out- sacrificed for the :sake: of size alone.If train In Waldo( when M;lInda's Klciriiln, and, rupl.s i l limy" he ub-! YREE

doors while another member of the I a five-acre tract cannot be securedin II brother( A. V. YounK- 'iHliieit,. for there, earn.. upon.....I.ny payment tyona ufSlftoo .

family is conducting business.: This a close-in location or ait a figure I blood also arrived from Tallahassee fide, l blddrr. upon' returning
.setback will also miniinize the ground that will not take too large: a shareof I That same after- ",,,'h K* t within I 14 days, fkftepihf INSPECTIO'l
noon. Coburn. Peggy and Suzy hit dole end In ffuoil 9on-
vibrations that occur due to heavy the bond issue': then we would seriously "' r' from '"I1..n.11I lie n-fiindcil. MM ,.ny.mtMit 'l l
truck traffic and will assist:: : : u* with consider settling for the threeHCI'e _.... ,, L I Gainesville Rain came Miss over Sara Bald- Then* will. ha no. refundto trr.t u gs
nnn" -hiddrru.The '
noise) factor considerations.: As for ite-or somewhere in between For The Heavyweight Title winwho was home from owner rfiw-rv. tht rightlo .

parking, this site will comfortably the proposed minimum and maximumsay ; I Stetson University at Deland I r..J"1lny waive' any: or Inrnrmulllle All lililH.Kuril ort1' 639 E. Can) 964.396!

handle 150 car parking splices Addi- three and a half, or even four \ came out. and we all enjoyed l liMiIrr. Ilium, ilcioxlt,. |'. with
'I
tional parking could cut up the proposed acres. I
dispose: of them properly
grounds in the rear, but would As for the proposed future county I, ;MEALTIME SPARKLEDo ;

ndd an additional l 20 spaces.! For fur- jail and sheriff's department headquarters NEWS And NOTESFor your meals sparkle? I

ther expansion, we have indicated that a facility that has not en- c, i Use a bit of imagination tc I '

an additional 9,600 square feet could tered into the discussion p to now Today's Homemakers perk up family meals.If Savings and Loan 0'>

be added with a two-story: annex (at at least two of the proposed( sites :suggested an appetizer is not usually s ?_

the rear)." for the new courthouse wouldobviate Ry Martha Sue McCain served serve one-a small : of Starke -rdmw
Five-acre site-"Upon further !studyit the necessity of this new fa- serving of tossed salad fresh Association

was: felt that if five acres were cility, as the utilization of either one County Extension ruit cocktail using plenty of
Florida citrus clear soup 01 I 21ft N; AvenueS .4'i1""
Home Economics Agent Temple
acquired, the 430-foot frontage would of the two would place the new courthouse in '
consomme a mug.
offer the most: flexible possibilities. : in close proximity with the present Ie1,..-.- Use herb butter or a low- i

However, 500-foot frontage would per- jail, which is a relatively new facility COST OF REARINGA I$24,000 estimate run like this: calorie sauce to bring out the :*:

mit space for all perpendicular park- itself, and could be expanded in CHILI | food. $6,460; housing $7.470- flavor In vegetable' It does I a

ing at locations where (diagonal park- its present! location if the reed arises.: Children of today are growing 'clothing $2,720: Uansporta-, wonders for cauliflower peas,,

ing is:: indicated. Setback in the same These are factors which should receive larger than those of yes tlon $3,530; medical care SI-I and broccoli. For calorie '

as on the three-acre plot. As for careful consideration by the terday and so is the cost of 675; personal care, 9810; recreation economy when making cream 'I (#1/ 4

parking, this site can comfortably board before its final decision is made, rearing them. $935; and education sauce use either the cooking S l

handle 208-,citr.: parking spaces. Additional ( and we are sure the board is planningto Bringing up a child from not[ college) '233.I water from the vegetables or I 4 ,

parking beyond the turnarounds do just that. If a clo!"e-in, reasonably : infancy to 16 years of age I PESTICIDE SAFETYThe skimmed milk.Surprise *

and reducing the size of the priced five-acre plot is i available, costs some three times as I first rule of safety in batch of biscuits your family, corn with muffins a- I
much for the average family using any pesticides Is to read
turn-around drives would add well and good. If not, we feel that i
approx- today as it did 20 years ago. : and follow the directions and garlic or herb bread. .
imately 32 more parking :spaces (fora neither money nor proximity shouldbe Today's ""average"! family precautions on the container Raw cauliflower and spinach ,

total of 240)) For future expansion: sacrificed for the sake of an extra with an income of about $6.- label.! give an interesting texture as ,
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we have indicated that an additional acre that might never be fully\ utilized. 000, may spend about $24.000 Read the directions each well as fresh vegetable flavorto
over the 18 year period to time you use a pesticide. ) salads.
I rear a child. These figures are Don't depend on your memory GOOD AND QUICKA

I Hampton School Not ForgottenOne based on consumer expenditures Many pesticide manufacturers quick trick that can make .
reported by tile Bureau include leaflets of your cooking skills extra Mood
of Labor Statistics and applyto instruction with their products -that's "Quick Egg Sauce."
of the bases! on which our the best t. and would be reluctant to see a two-child family livingin Carefully read! these It is especially good for( -

American democracy was establishedis its six grades ever threatened by the a city or suburb serving over cooked! vege-

that of freedom of speech the trend toward consolidation. "The loss Naturally an Individual's; ] also.Store pesticides In closed; tables or ham croquettes. This -

right to express an opinion without of our school would be the final blowto family expense for a child well-labeled containers, where 1 recipe makes two cups of

fear of retribution. Hampton" is the way one of the from infancy to 18 will vary! children or pets cannot reach sauce. Specialist Jack-of-all-Trades?

Tuesday:; morning the loyal housewives delegation! put it. widely from this estimate depending them Do not place them near '1 Quick Egg! Saure ]10H

of Hampton exercised their rightto Ladies of Hampton, we'te for you on family income food or teed. Do not store ounce ran of condensed cream rThis
number of thlldren. spending them under the sink in the I of celery soup 2 hard-cooked
civic )
freedom of speech by attending a 100 per cent and admire your ezRS I finely chopped ), \2
of habits unexpected financial ,, pantry or in the medicine Is The "AGE OF SPECIALIZATION" !
meeting of the School Board and let- in promoting the interests
spirit demands, and where the :;. m- cabinet. I tablespoons finely chopped I
ting it be known in no uncertain terms your school whether it is actually lly lives. A family whose In- Always leave pesticides in green pepper one-fourth cup I

that they wanted a fair share of the threatened or not. We wish you luck '' come is much lower than their original containers. Be I milk. one-eighth teaspoon We Specialize In

board's $1,200,000 bond money for in keeping it and improving it so that average might spend much I suie the labels! remain on I pepper. I S e

improvement of the Hampton School. it will long remain and provide a focal I less, and a family with a them It a pesticide :is marked Combine all Ingredients.Heat .

Frankly! we're frightened" they point for civic consciousness:: in :your much higher Income more I II "POISON." it will have an ,I to variation simmering.As Savings and Home Ownership
a of
use cream
said, concerning the lack of mentionof community. than this estimate. antidote statement on the la-
would I These "average" figures! bel. Be sure to read it. In case mushroom soup in place of ,
any funds for Hampton School in Although some state experts! will give you a general idea of accident take container ; the cream of celery soup. i\ The Jnck-of-All-Trades Can No Longer Give Satisfactory Service If lie

discussions: of the spending( programup probably not agree, we think] that the I lof the 18-year cost of bringing I with you when seeking medIcal :! Tries To Cope With All Of The Problems In Any Particular Field.
to now. continued( well-being and growth( of a ................YY9. ;
I up a child, even though assistance.
They were assured by the school community even one as small as they may not apply to your Do not save or reuse! empty I I
administration that Hampton had not just as: important as. containers INDIAN' BEACHLake
Hampton-is : family. I Rinse slaw or metal -
been forgotten, although other pro- some:: nebulous goal of operating our The separate items in the containers with water and This Is The Month To Switch Your Account.

jects had received most of the attention / schools with "peak efficiency" by consolidating I ( Santa Fe) ITrIII
thus far due to their emergency :: them all into one unit and rainy period. That forecast Is eggs! A New Quarter Has Begun!
nature. hauling first: graders for multiple miles different at least In that usually S e I\ln. Jack F. Miller Sr.

The ladies: of Hampton let is: be daily when they could be educated justas it Is rain fallowed( by The holiday 111'1..101Is over, LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA"Happy 1H

known that they did not intend to be well and much more convenientlyn cold. Incidentally the alma- and we still have some poinsettias -
nac also! predicts a milder In bloom aa reminder'sof New Year" Has the I FREE GIFTS FOR THE THRIFTY
forgotten. They are proud of their their home communities
"' than usual winter. and we're I the festive time. We now( good in it started for you I
school, which they described as one of Keep up the good fight, Hampton about to find out if that Is have to take our Christmas yet? I am patiently going to I ;

correct.' tree down and Sam Is resolved wait on mine-so here's hop ,
to get the ornaments and::! I Through The 20th'or

that foretells warm month of For the second time Ira the tree holder stored away earlier ingMrs.. Connie Barnhill says: ( while they last)
.i Farmer's Diary foretells a warm month of 17 years we've lived here we this year. Last year he I the returned to a very empty I
January according to the old have seen a deer on the high never did get the tree holder:! house when she got back from I OPEN OR ADD TO YOUR AC-

Hy Sam :Mcar\ey; I superstition on the First way and again it was over in put away and at least he taking her granddaughter to'' COUNT AND HE REWARDED!
Twelve! Days. It I* based on Union County In the game knew where to look for it, as catch: the train for Washingon. -

last Wednesday We have .. 'en'' th idea that the weather on management area. it was right under foot the : D. C Miss Clare Ness attends .1. I'I
I none since, and it looks as each of the first 12 days will 0 whole year. Oallaudeet College
r $100t99A!) POTATO SERVER
though cold weather Is hold- correspond to the weather for We were driving along a here. Clare had such a grand ,
I ing the crop back. However each 12 months Thus as !It.I hard road about 10 miles We got a kick out of read- rime at her grandmother's I
warm weather over the New was mild on New Year's Day. north of Lake Butler when Ing the homemade remedies place this summer she decided -: .2. .

Year's Day weekend undoubtedly it will be that wny all during I two dogs came out of the listed In our Farmer's Almanac to return for her Christmas r; $500 OH MORE-A RECIPE FILE
stimulated the plants January. woods, apparently tracking for they cover everythingfrom vacation. Mrs. Barnhlll on BUSINESS INDEX
as It only takes a few warm 1 game and plunged Into the wart removal( to drunkenness had a good catch list also, (Shown Here)
days to turn the fields white But not according to a Far- I woods on the other side of to getting rid of the but had misplaced it when I

The first berries of the with bloom.( mer's Almanac we have, the road. About a mile further Seven Year Itch. However talked with her. She says the I HamUome: Case and Card Index
Mf'IISon. that we saw, were sold I I which predicts killing frosts i, down the road were were astonished the authors warn the reader specks have been doing well.! Cloiml With Recipe", Included Open-Showing
along US 30} near; Lawtey' Day was mild and sunny and next week followed by a I to see a doe come not to take seriously the Miss Sheryl Ward of Starke',! In Place Ready For

.. I bounding out of the woods, treatment for cancer. which was out over the weekend Action 3 Cards & Index
I and then stop on the shoulder Includes admintsternig a tea vllltlnil'' with her aunt. Mr.
I of the highway looking made from red clover tops. and Mrs. Pete Baron and son A SMALL GIFT FOR ACCOUNTS UNDER $100. (SorryOnlyOne
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH us uncertainly, Then she! trotted both externally]] and internally. ]eorge. Sheryl was sporting Gift To A Customer.)
ESTABLISHED 1879 I down the road for 'a distance .. her brand new Christines pre-

aotM and abruptly veered off And we like this story: The sf'nt-a Honda fifty. Anticipated Anticipated
I into the woods. parents of a 6-year-old boy Jimmy Kinchen. along with
E. L., MATTHEW: EDITOR AND PuLi Hnn: Rule FIRST FEDERAL Rate
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were delighted one morning.1! his parents the Eugene Kin-

FLORIDA'. OLD(:.? WEEKLY NEWSPAPER: : PU.LI.HID: CON I We suppose you've heard when Johnny, who had never chens of Jacksonville were SAVINGS AND LOANASSOCIATION
TIMUOUW.V UNDER: THE SAME MATHEAO. that they had to destroy 17.- up to that time uttered a down for the long New Year' : !
000 hens over at State Farm gle word said: weekend. They enjoyed eI I 4:1. % 4 %

PUBLISHED EACH Tnu .DAr AND ENTERED: A* SECOND: CLASS MATTER AT TMB r' We've heard it a number of there's not enough butter 1111\-1 weekend of fishing and the *

four OFFICE' AT IITA".[. FLA. UNDER ACT OF. MARCH .. 157., times, and every time we ask the pancakes!" "Oh. winding up of the hunting
foolishly: why? Then comes why Jifive you never sell on while here. Per Annum OF STAKKE Per Annum

IN TILE TRADE AREA: ONE TEAR J3.5O . SIX MONTHS 1200 the grinning answer' because word before?" Johnny'te-1'! Nick and Virginia SImON Quarterly 218 N. Temple Phone 96''!-0500 Quarterly
OimUDEB TRADE AREA ONH TEAR 14 DO six MONTHS] 13.>> I tohooy leariwd to do the twist plied: "Up to this time everything 'I came out from Gainesville forIIOme -
II I I and are laying. )' rambled has been fine!I" relaxing at their cottage

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BRADFORD CttTTNTT TBUCORAPIf. STARKB. FLORIDA: .
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of Starke: and four grand- grandparents Mr. and MiTheodore '&
you are to peal the Jargon Orapes like any other plant, Wm. N. Slade Social Security I tare iwe Roy Griffis children. Crews, Lawtcy. and
of the!
three-fourths !
of a camellia f.incler.. thrive bent with care. Cultivation "Nearly held maternal grandfather! Moi
Held services were }-
Services Held Changes Announced U.S. mainland Is In private : Services Funeral
three application of fertilizer -
,
\ The flower forms range Tuesday In Jones roe Tlllman. or Gainesville.
GoGardening
11
at a. m.
from the simple single to the per year, some protection ownership and It follows that At Kingsley LakeRoy
At HamptonWilliam : Memorial Chapel with Rev. Funeral services hE'ldB.
Irregular double or pony form.In against Insects and a (Editor's Note: This Is the .a big opportunity for conservation were
third of series of columnsby ranchers W. Sweat and Rev. Roger at 3 p. m. Monday at tae
all a lies with farmers,
between are the semi-doub place to cling to Is a grape life Orlffls. 69 of Route 1.
M. Slade. 85. John W. Jr, social rural landowners. Bergstrom cfficlatlnii Inter- gravestde In' :Lawtey Cemetery
double imbri vine expects from a gardener. Spann and other suddenly early
le incomplete ( Starke died
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Ionic resident of Bradforc 'a"l'urlty district In ment was In Kingsley Lake with, Rev. Cecil Williams of; ,
vines manager The CAP will give us a
Newly Starke
cated double, tiered and the planted grape Sunday afternoon In a
afternoon
regular, imbricated. thrive well when when 1-2 County died Sunday Gainesville telling what the chance to shift some really hospital. He was born in Cemetery with DeWitt! C. flclatins. DL-WItt C. Joni
111-
By HorvVy. Sharp*, KtliliirAgricultural .: If you are unable to recognize pound of "balanced fertilizer following a sudden Illocial security amendments of significant acreages to public Bradford County on Nov. 5. Jones Funeral Home In Funeral Home was In chart

.K.xt: n..lon : the various flower forms In ''March\ May and July. A ness. Born In Bradford County :1065: means to you and your benefit uses," the secretary 1903. the son of the late Kin- charge of arrangements. of arrangements.Active .
he the
1883 was
on Sept. 2. pallbearers were Eu-
SrvIc.Uarcierilng!! from the "above names, then it two-year-old vine will need a W. lamiry.) BJltd. dred L. and Minnie Lee Orlf-
son of the late Charles -- Lea ton Jr. Chair gene Grlffls. Maurice Lee NOTICE OF ANNUAL: :
Morgan, ,
full pound of plant food at his
Idea to of here all
is a good !get! a copy Slade. fls. and had lived
Extension Service Bulletin each feeding and Elizabeth Thomas Many Bradford County man, Bradford, ASC County of the Boat- Ralph Oalney, Vasco Forsyth. MEETING:
exchingIng A member
is like life
Ho was a retired farmer anda young people who receive fIO- Committee points out that the Willie Green and Donald First Federal
Some folks do it before 161A, "Growing Camellias In drain Baptist Church he had of Savings and
gifts. member of the Hampton I
Christmas, while store, Florid" It I Is available from Rosa Pinholstcr rlnl security !benefits as the Cropland Adjustment Program worked tn an automotive Bennett. Loan Association Starke. FlorIda -
and homo economic' Baptist Church. children of retired, disabled, Is aimed at removing from in Starke Said meeting will be held
individuals county shop
moat and body
that paint
owners swear Is his wife. Mary
Services Held Surviving deceased workers and who to 40
After agents. or surplus production up for Infant Crews at the office of the Associa-
gifts many years.SUl'vlvorii
exchange Lou Andrews Slade. of
have not finished their education million acres for periods of 5
have Hilmp-I lion 218 North Temple AVI
If you an ample supply At New RiverMrs. Include nl.t wife.
Chrl tmas. of camelling, then consider a ton: six daughters. by the time they reach to 10( years. Emphasis will be Rickey Wayne Crews. twoat 2 o'clock In the a.ttel'noonmonthsold
If you are in the "after Rigdon and Mrs. Jessie! Mae Pansy Webb Oriffls; threosons
:18 can continue to receive on shifting this land into public son of Mr. andMrs Jan.
Thursday 20 196
"vine. The vine is on ,
con.slder exchanging grape grape Rona Flnholstcr 83. of Ronald M.. and
class. then Willis, both of Hampton: Mrs. Roy D.
payments until they flntah beneftt uses and water to Wayne Crews of Starke.died .
who, I since Wrdnphdav Jan 10. I Is
\ for the answer for gardeners died of Starke
unwanted Rifts Thursday Dec. all :
Brooker Griffis
the
Martha Hendry of Jacksonville Jack D. ,
; school or reach age 22 as a conserve soil and water to Sun Jay mornlnu.: He was
plants. A check-list of plantsto have a yen for adding another 30. In Starke following( a lingering : Mrs. Eva Allen Palat' three brothers. Luther I IPetel I IOrlffis. a legal holiday I Rub
result of a change In the law. meet future needs.Participants born In Gainesville on Nov
In the back An aI".bor Johns, SecretaryNotebook
yard.
fruit
barter for Include rose, azaleas illness tea; Mrs. Allie Mae Shuford. Former beneficiaries whose in the program Leo Orlffis. and O. J. 2. 1965.
or camellia. constructed( of notched The widow of the late Ira Fort Lauderdale: and Mr, benefits I I iJockl 1 Orlffls all of Starke; -
and, decked with stopped when they will receive adjustment payments Besides his parents. he Is
Camellias can he ,usrd! 1\1I rosin poles will add: home-. W Pinholster Sr., she was Myrtice Wallace, Miami: four reached age 18 who are not: related to the value of two sisters, Mrs. Eva Sullivan survived by a sister. Evelyn I Plastic. $2.51)) at tile

foundation plants, mass screen split rails a born In Brooker on AUK 28. sons, Lester. V. J., and TrubY yet 22 can have their benefits the crops normally produced and Mrs. Myrtle Priest both Crews of Staike: paternal 'I'.:I OftAI.U.rH .
tcnd look to "acres.!
and accent plantings lawn and old-fashioned your arbor 1882, and was the daughter Slade. all of Hampton. and started again If they are at- on the land. They also will ''be

background groupings clippedand If the of the late Thomas and Leila Avery Slade of Maavllle! : 27 tending school full time. These' eligible for conservation cost- I -
idea does not suit fancy' ,
your
unit as She had
line lipped hedges Stephens Godwin. grandchildren and IS great students will be required to share payments on the diverted -
tub modern trellis methods forholding
or in the Florida room. the vines. BrookPr. and was a memberof Funeral services were held fits.t Retroactive payments cant permit free public access

The sasanqua -camellias! can Toy! with up the fruiting Idea of grow- the New River Baptist at 2 p. m Wednesday Jan. 5. >e made for months In which for fishing, hunting hiking. '

be used as espaliers for creating Take CTiurch. at the /graveside In Santa Fe a atudent was attending school, and trapping in accordancewith I TI
ing your own beverage .
foliage patterns on otherwise a month or so to make up your Surviving Is one son. Ouy Cemetery near Hampton with full time as far back as January appropriate State and' "MY HUSBAND .

unlntereJtlng'fenres! and mind because the grape plantIng A. Pinholster. of Jacksonville Rev. Paul Estes officiating. 1065. Anyone between 18 Federal regulations may get I ,

wall spaces. : one sister Mrs. Freda Interment was In the family and 22 whose parents. has re an additional per-acre '
season is from' now until i
Slow growing camellia varieties March.! Colson of El Paso, Texas: two plot under direction of DeWittC. tired died or become' disabled, ment. A wildlife advisory ANDIEIO I JjZ.;

are best! for base, accent ,- The Lake Emerald und Blue Krandchlldren and six great- Jones Funeral Home of should ask at the social securIty Itt being appointed by the paY-I'

and hedge:; plantings!! while Lake Krape/ ) are recommended.. grandchildren. Starke. office whether he can obtain retary to recommend the OUR BANKING

varieties with wprpa.lins:; There are a ntimbci of other Funeral services were field Active pallbearers were Otto benefits. I I effective procedures for expanded ,,

growth habits are recommended grapes that grow well In ak 2 p. m. Saturday Jan. I. Hicks, Sr., Lonnle Melton K Benefits can continue to be use of surplus crop''

for mass group and un Florid For example, manyof In the New River Baptist D Watterson. Hazel Perry. I paid during a vacation cf up I acreage In fostering wildlifeand BY MAIL""It

dipped hedge plantings Varieties lh<" iMunson hybrids: In combination Church with Rev. Lonnie Verde Salter and William I to four months If the person Increasing hunting and I T

having a pyramid! or with Florida. ., wild Parker Rev. Rex Brooklns. Carter. will ''be returning to school fishing recreational opportunities. ....

upright habit are best suited species have mud' long-lived and Rev. Charlie I,. Redding right after the vacation. time t tdo to
more
gives us
for accent formal plantings acclimated r<>stock. Some officiatIng Interment was In Timber Tax The change applied tn students All of the land taken out of

and for clipped hedges. combinations you\ may like to the New River Cemetery under who take full-time vocational production under the programwill other things..and wa I,

: Flower-wise the cnmelllas try nre native stock with such the direction of DeWittC. Checks Short courses and those still I be put to conservation can just use the nearest .l.

are divided] into seven groups I grapes as Edna, Mel"l'l<1el. Jones Funeral Home. In high school full time /swell practices wildlife plantingsand mailbox))( or chute, at home

It is essential to learn to rec- Munson. Carman Fern Mun- Active pallbearers were Of Assessments as those going to colleges vegetative cover assistancewill or at the office..in any .

ognize these flower forms if son. Marguerite and Armlaga.LAWSON'S Floyd Wiggins. Russell/ Green and. universities full time. be authorized for preuerv- I

Jr Levon Andrews Chester Under this provision a mother ing open space and natural kind cf weatherl" *>

I Andrews, Troy Andrews, and Bradford County has accepted i in not eligible for" benefits beauty. Other practices are ,

I Reddish Anlrews.I : five checks for taxes that on the basis of having In her authorized for coHt-share as- 4 4ci

MARKETCold were tendered by tlmlbcrlan care a child who Is receiving sistance to provide better outdoor -

I Services Held owners when they filed suit benefits after 18 because he Is recreation.The .
Storage Grocery Store charging that t.he 1063: assessments -
For Mrs. attending school full time. program will be
ConnerIn were Illegal and conn's .
Anyone who has a question ministered. by ad-I
catory.
IndianaMrs. about this or other Stabilization and
.. any provision -
The checks totaled $21,486.
iiJifli1 of tho social security on how the prog gETAOINASC
I Carol Connaway Conner as compnred to a total of l law Is Invited to write or ( ) Committees. Full details -

_,' 80. of Route 1. Starke, J84.894 for which they hav< phono the Gainesville district on how the program applies '

I died in a local hospital Thursday been billed. office located 41)0 S.W. Second to an Individual farm Ask or writ us for frse Banking-by-Mail forms today

1' Doc 30. after a brief Ill- County Attorney O-n Shaw Avenue, telephone number will be available. in tho ASCS

_ 'fr. : 4i: ness. She was born Nov.] 14, said acceptance of the cheeks 372-4308. County Office 136 N. Temple

t4 i.1 I 18R5 In Liberty. Ind., and was Is without prejudice to the< Avenue e"rly In January.

r a member of the First Presbyterian suits now pending in Circuit Placement Test FLORIDABAKK

Church there. Forth Court. He explained that the flOWIT.I!! : HINIi

!" past ten years she had checks had been deposited For Peace Corps
lived with her daughter. Mrs. with Circuit Court Clerk Char ", A ntwpel Sing will be .held ,
I
_ I Joe Bass, Jr., of Stark, lea Darby and that they will Set January 8 at Bethel Baptist Church Saturday AT STARKE

Also surviving are two other now be turned over to Tax night, Jan. 8, startingat ,

daughters Mrs. Harry Collector J. n. Kelly. Starke area residents interested 7:30: p.m. Featured among

Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Crose: of Florahome and Mrs.J. The five owners, the amounts In putting their skills to the singing groups will be The i, One of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group
use In
developing nations
Earl Finch of Newcastle of their checks, and the a- Corinthians and The

Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We Ind twd sisters Mrs. Verla mounts they have been billed around take the the world Peace are Invitedto aires, of Jacksonville Gospel-// Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Hill of San Diego. Calif., and For 1063 ad valorem taxes Are: Corps Gospel Lites of Starke.
will Pick-up and Rutcher. There will be a Miss Leah Connaway of Lib Container Corporation 410337 placement teat at 9 a.m. Sat .' _. -
Small Fee for Pick-up-Butchering cows $3.00 urday, Jan. 8 at Room 131, -- '
per erty. Ind. four grandchildren. ($42.140)) ; Owens-IllinoH,
Head and Hide. Hogs 3c per Ib.- ,CIeaned Weight. and four greatgrandchildren.Funeral .] 1.411 ($2,668); Rayonler, Inc.. Federal Building, 351 S.B. First

For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/ic' per Ib. with paper. services were held'In $8,135 ($29.323): ); Oilman Pa- Ave., Gainesville.

Liberty Ind. with Inter- per Co., $2.725 ($8,806)) ; Nelson The Peace Corps uses the AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY IITI.AIt'l

We Sell Hcef and Pork for Home Freezers ment In West Point Cemetery. B. Blocker, $684 ($1,757)). placement test to determine
hOow an applicant can best be
DeWItt O. Jones Funeral
Phone 961-3281 21S Washington St.t utilized
overseas. The test -
i Home was In charge of local FormalitiesEnd -
iI I arrangements. measures general aptitude, and

---- the ability to learn a language, AUTO SAt.ES&SKUVICE: AUTO SALVAGE I : EdlMI'MEXT: : 'PAINT & flLASS;
On School not education or achievement. II I| _

I (If test scores indicated. a limIted Barkley Motors, Inc. Paul's Auto Salvage I I Santa Fe Tractor, Liddell Paint &

Bond IssueThe language-learning ability,
for example, the Peace Corps We Buy Wreoked Care At Inc. I' Glass Co.

tries to place the applicant inan TRIUMPH TOP PRICES r o i ic i)
Bradford County School
.
Board concluded the formalities English-speaking country) FIAT HILLMAN oft SUNBEAM 411 Make Models 1 UxtdParts Farm Tractors & Implements KYANIZE TAINTS!
The placement test requires Mirror Blldln. Oonr
Font In.lu..trl1fU'hlnerv UI.IK (
I of Its $1.2 million bonding
VOLVO
4d : program for school cnnntriic- no preparation and is noncompetitive I tn Teletype iIervice-W.. Will f.ANf>HOVI'IC.herl: I>rlveS'LF. < Tub Enclosures KhownrDoors

tlon by adopting a resolutionat -- an applicant can We RprrbtUz Find Any Fart For ".... PARTS, SKKVICR; : \Vlndowi, Awning ..-
SALES B EH!: V1CW:
& -
cither : SUr
fail.
pass nor Gainesville 376-4512 4183 N.W. Sixth Gainesville Carpet Wallpuprr! -
a special meeting Tuesday
Mechanics
The application form not Fwtef7 Trained Phone ::17/1-25111 front 'onllt.dlnn)
ffNIc .1 Dec. 28.Deadline. 41 N. Past Stock Yard _
he placement test, is the most no CLEAN tisen: CARS 116 NW 8M' tcenth St.IAINE.4V'TILE .

for receiving the Important factor in the selection 211 N. MAIN" ( '2IIIIIHI
resolution In the State Department r.AKDKN{ : SUPPLIES
I : of Volunteers Persons interested O.inseylll. 378-4171 CHAIN SAWS I
of Education was today. I ,
In serving 'In the
County School Superintendent Poace Corps must fill out an JEEP lohnson & Paris, Inc. I I PLATINOOcala. (
Tom Casey said Monday< II
application, If they have not ftonilT of 4 Wheel l DrIve I'I Chrome
: that a State Department survey already done no, and prevent A. & J. Saw Complete. Uric of

team will be in the coun- dt to the RAMBLER AFPPH,: PIxAVTS- Inc.
: tester before taking I Plating,
T ty during the week of January the test. Applications. may be Amertaata'! Finn Economy Oho & Mower Co. FERTII.lZEitSIn.ecilcldePet
17 to sites for the 'Cm.nxr.! NJcuel ChromlwnCadmlinn
study
$ pro- obtained from local poet offices .. Ad Rerrte I SuppeP's ,I FInishingCuiv'rn
posed area vocational-techni Metal< !
cal training center. or from the Peace Corps Ridgway Motor Co. Joe An4or""nn. Mgr.flomelitc 'We Rent fertilizer Spreader $ llr11ncANTl (
Washington, D.: C. 201'>33. 221 NW 8th Ave "Until the site has been se
Chain Sawn
lected. no plans for building The placement test takes 1132 ft. Main\ I rilONK: 3720474flahtpuvllle snAKR. BIIASS. COPPKB

schools or modernization facilities about an hour and a half. An o.m-vU.e. 17Z-M31 SALES &. SERVICK' : Flit Industrial Hard Chroma

I can be completed." optional achievement test lot I I 153* "NE: 2nd Av".. Ocata
Casey said. applicants who have studied B & G Motors Co. I Repairs & Parts All \M\,kes 1.\ JIIIWI':: ;"R fJl.1 424RlS
French or Spanish requires
Plans are now being drawn another hour. DADILLACOLDMMOBILEBALES Gravely Tractor Sale .
for new school construction or & SERVICE
Cherry'sttalnrwvl I ::
Service
A
Improvements at Lawtey Junior Flr.e Selection of Used Curs
New Cropland Taken On OvdHlao TnwlMtS I I GNSWILLIAMS
High. Anderson Junior
2022 N.E.!: Blvd. Gainesville 'nlonabll
Mot P'
!
High, and Southslrte Elementary .tl N.: W. 13th. Kt. 44k I
AdjustmentIs Phone 372-3V8! Address For \Ladles I Inc.
In Starke. Casey said, PIIONE 314ISISPinna : I Neon Sierns,

I 7A. Estimated cost of the three AvailableThe Just Off Waldo Road !nn.MSE'iUIT: COATS MSljm tIp *\'Ith111I..."'.."

projects is 310000. Performance ILA8TICNF SIGNS
IrEIC ITT WEAKACCESSORIES
Last week the Hampton: P new Cropland AdJustment Sales Service .IaintOfl3flcI

- TA met and protested the fact Program "is consistent SAAB CONCPETE PRODUCTS : !I Krections: Alterations t (

that no plans have been Announced with the Administration's objective I "YOItr I>esins) or Ours'*
of 'Conservation. forUse' 7V University. (1aln..1Ivllle'.
for Improvements at s.I.F.4ND! HEHVICK: 2720 N.F.: 20th Way
of 'using rather than INSIST THAT ALL YOUR I
Gainesville
School
\ Hampton Elementary CLEAN USED CARS
: which has some 100 pupils enrolled Idling land'." Secretary of Ajrriculture CONCRETE PRODUCTS lliivi 372-8OO Nlte :J7OOO:;
Put them all 1031 S. Main Gainesville BEST FRwwt .MOBILE HOMES>>: :
ARE THE
togetbei In grades 1 through 8. Orville L. Freeman Phone 378-2138 _

The Hampton PTA also said recently in announcing Edwards Building MUSTANG' TILES & PAINT_


.. that's "Suns ne Service"! : went closing on record of the school as opposingthe there, details recently of authorized the program.program The Tropical Pontiac, Supply' Inc. Mobile Homes, Inc. I Tenney Tile & Paint

is aimed land-use
at
and the transportation of pupils long-term \ 726 8. Main-S72-4844 TILE'
to Starke. changes on millions of acres, Inc. OA1NB3VTLLE.!: FLA. New Moon Pacemaker; I I JOU'IAN'SVLLLE:
Asphalt
Asbeston-
with ,benefits to both Vinyl
major Riviera '
Skyline ,
the
said Monday that
Casey
ProductS
farm and nonfarm peoplo."Our TRUCE OMC 01NTERPONTIAO!: Ca.pella--Cavaller Gym Floor Finishing
School Board will make the DUR'ALTTr: PAINTS
SUNSHINE SERVICE worto ft b decision and that he, natural environment ELECTRIClqTORS:
,!* you may liefprut way personally Down payment as low as $100 2222 N.W 6th St.
Includes much more than the I
recommendationother
Besides all the convenience of total electric living Sunahin l has than no to let the existing air. soil, and water which are 220 N.W. 8th AT. Gainesville 4820 N.W. 13th St 441 North I Calneavtlle 378-13O2
GaInesville 3781346MotorcyclesScooters
Service offers the service oftraaedrepree.ntatLv.s,skilled in the I school remain where it in. He essential to life." the Secre- 2"JS33: ELECTRIC _

efficient and economical! UM of electricity In the horn, on th. said that the recommendations tary aaid. "It provides beauty TYPF.WRlTERSHancQck _
of the state survey team the opportunity for outdoor : _
Co.
farm, in business and industry..plut..Moeuyoure for the aafc.Ingt which was In Bradford County recreation, the protection of CRANE Motor Repair I : Office

Plut of oours, 9 rate raductiocs In 9 years saving Sun hiae several months ago have wildlife and a host of other LINCOLN MERCVRY; Of Gwine. vlll Inc. Streit's Bicycle Shop EQUIPMENTSmtthCoronaAuthoTlsed

not yet been forwarded to the natural values. Authorized Sales & Service HONDA MOTORCYCLES
Service Nutomcr a total of mow: thaa |3S oiUioa annual1jl RepairingRewinding
.. School Board. "If those 'of us who are, ,Dedicated 806 E. University Gainesville 1, Cushman & V_.. Senator* E*foaJ..or!< t

to conservation are to Phone 373-4231 I i New and Used CIaryVIiorTotalIaAdding .
-- properly serv our growingpopulation. DueatLSSAZundappMohrcycles.SmJes Machine\ CalculAtnl'tl
TIlE RIGHT POINT SeT the as well as later Cranes Imports I I *\VORK GUAR." T.EIJ: ft ServkM I SALES iSERVTCE- RENTALS!:

way you write. Come In and generations, then we must Volvo (Mercedes-Benz) SCHWINN BJCYa.JS: SAVE TTME- '-... year r..
fLOIID& 1 LfSftT Gainesville
POWER COMPANY
i eleet your favorite ESTER FIAT-H1LLMAN 1030 S. Main Locksmith A Safe Wen qnlrrmenta with .. first.
provide for the multiple use
W6U'ING IVILO ,/QIfIIJA BROOK fountain* pen. TELE- of our resources in ways that 2201 N. Main Gainesville ]I PhallI 372-8311 I IIS W. UnireNltl.. 528 N. Main St.. OalnesviUo

BAPH. ,niur. their. renewajor tu.I Phone 373-4373 GCmn.ivll._ rre- .lIft -- _Phone 178-3551



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TII11It.SDAY.. JAN. K. 11 It lilt IUtAnarnftll rniiNTY TFi return.' T\lmJl 1. -- '-
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of Jacksonville visited Mi All"e C '0"," i':'turn": !
Boahlruin Baptist Church.I{ rVtltttlttttLt/Matt Hampton Buptlut' Chinch last and family of Penney Farms I ll'en j'
Krlduy evening Included l two I \lslted Mr\ and Mrs Ray Mi. and Mrs. Hem'yIoilley: ''tobe doctor In Jacksonville
THURSDAY. JAN. 6. 1966/
TRiBUTE
Q Q CLASs "A" speakers andthey each aims) fellowship time and 1devoUonu'l \ Mlllci and family Saturday bntuiclayMi l lat Tuesday for a check upon

-. brought a> message. Rev Bayless HiwayBy period. under the evening I and Mill., Charles Mos- her broken collar bone.
TO THE -.- Chism, former pastor was In direction of the pastor Rev Mis\ S. F Johnson end sons ley of Jacksonville spent. the John Norman of Highland
"" STATEFOOTBALL. attendance. Cong relational airs O. E. CrosbyAAAAaAaAAAAAAAAAAAa11 Paul I* Etites Three carloads of Keystone: Heights spent weekend In Clay Hill and vl-iti'd Clav Hill Baptist
BRADFORDHIGH / singing was good and all from the church attended the Tuesday! with Mis E M. Norton Klnhland I Church Sunday.
Billy Graham film. "The Restless and children Mrs, Irene Padgett spentthe I Clay Hill School opened
testimon
Joined in a chain of ;
I ies. Coffee and cake were I Mr. and: Mrs. Eldon Sapp Ones" in Jacksonville on Mrs Lonesta Macy: an 3 New; Yeai holidays! with i Monday: morning( Guess ,ill
served< at 10:30: and services 1 en lei tamed the. Young Adult Saturday afternoon last week daughters! vlaltnd Mrs M C, Mi und !1\11'11. Ilos{ .'y Yon ol I the children were glad to be
continued to midnight. Sun IIItcilol/:: Class of Bayless\ Donnie :McMahone spent Duggar In Jnrksonvllle' Wednesday I- Jack son v llli"' [ back and tell or t the Christmas -
SCHOOLTORNADOES o CHAMPIONS \ vergreen Baptist Church Hivuy Church Saturday. night lust week here with his. grandparents l. morning! The new year stinted wionx holidays

observed New Year's Eve I w tit u p i .uty honoilng Mia Mr anti Mrs M. LWatterson Mr and Mrs W. B: Hollo- for Ruben Mosley: of Clay:

wt.tfx. devotional services andm Sa ./ oiullKi. AR 2c Gerald His patents. Mr. WilY attended u New Year's Hill As he was coming: homIrotn <.

otht-r churches Joined In the leave nom overseas duty.. here for Christmas with the: /and Mis l'i'antes! Menu of nininlnii. he h.l.1 I miucclilenL
Watteraona Iron I liny ton,i :Jl In
Abut 20 guests enjoyed I StaikeMi un Highway
WCIHIC: and there was congregational -
Hinging. Coffee and U.iinei: doing I : the evening Beach 1 '*. Cecil Whitehead! visited MldtllebuiK: 1"11'"< 11'mil 1 'yWiipii '. '
BIG doughnut. were servedat the OIII'I'IlI 1' i refreshments of Mrs R. L,. Hut of (JnlneHvllle ,- hfi niece, Mrs CSemlilin 'inui'ket.. 'I'he!
break, then services. continuedto cu'c: i be( cream unj coffee: visited here 'l'IHII'H"V, I Black ol J.u-k.soivvilli-l Sunday' lit the! other mi ucie! Mrs
cloning after the new year were served by the hostess, with her nl lal"I'II1.llIw11'11., ; afteinoon Gladys Matins tutu 1 her i moth Rental. .
\ ",arrived. Kajless HI way Church has 10'101'1'1. Belle Brown I Mr und !Mis\ K M Norton er. Mi.s Suundi" of Middli
\ED\ : a news! paint: job on all the J, L. Kialick leturneil' tithe > and children silent New Ycai's buiK Mis Morns leaih..
\ "}lRIiiONAUJ Friends heard Donald v c.dwork Looks: real good. 1 1I convalescent haute In lav, us guests of Mi und AI I's NL-llOUl( Ut r.tul'II'IJlII'g,' 'l'iessere r I
from .
statlono.l >,. "SO/ S.\I.S Staike on Tuesday t tills! vvt'tk M C. Hill tit'V und faintly of till tieilcd ut St Vln .
Grille la
4 Ray who( A. :. 1111.1 I :MI.S Mills! .... Kelly of Mr. und Mis Stun Baker Jl1l'kOlwlll.-; ct"nt's' Hospital( Mrs HaunUciiinulnrd ,
in Viet Nam. lie nays lie U $1 Per Day
wifd I.:\\j' : City und Mis OtisCruol and children of Holly ftluli.were .. Walter R I Hollowin' orPl'nslIl'ohl In the hospital unMl I
all His
getting on right. visiting here lust. wvek XII. NKW: I'OHI.\IH.FS:
,
: J ut Qulnesvllle were spent" the holld ivs: Muslcy and Mis Minn
and four (children two sons I
Sunday of Mr and with Mr. und Mia lum Hill utuinml() to theli. ..'' homes
and two In Han. fticMs I us uue.st of Mi and 1 MI'V :
daughters, are
Mra C C. Crosby and Mi and daughters Tlnnsclitv. they E. 11'1110IIY.! Mm Mattie Hall Austin and I EmersonDahmer's
Kranclsco, Calif, He sends regards -
to all f I lends. and Mrs. Kenneth WilliamsMr drove to Ocala to visit. Six- Sony the neus' ; Is aunt. t Ilil- Mis AllceIOItoI.y: : vi.llrj' Mr..

:MI' and Jlh'James! L. Waters aud Mis, Vernon Taylor Gun Teriltuiy I week but It .seems. ev"ivuneWHS Minnie lA'(' feiliox in. HellbiKiin -
had the family gatheringat and Bill Abraham of Jacksonville Mr. undl'H: \ l-'oKtei. Hayeswere : K/ >ne Monthly wlien I attempted I Siindav .ill/ inoni I I
About were, supper" guests of culle I to Georgia Hulurday ; to call( fur neus' Mi. and Mis Hud,Iv liren' /
dinner. I
Chrlstnjas
32 family member. enjoyedthe her puieuts Ml and Mrs. by .the\ truth of Dull it I IJui'Lotinlit' / xisliej J :Min \ I I 112 I.. ('alll'h. !'KJ'l-177! !
Lois Newmans. Mi an I IMu. biothor-in law.ea1.v..vvt.7.tya.. .... ..........."...... nil MIS Hum 'r i I'uii, <'u .11111:;
get-to-gether. I
Don I I <.1.11'l \ .illc "niioii
Newmans und Mr
1<11'. and Mis Bill Dobbs
children und Mrs. Kenneth Lllxson,: .. CLAY ,- _.
and < spent Chrh.tmlUlholiday" .I HILL
Thursday!
night.
and
with relatives
TORNADO TALES friends In, Jacksonville :Mr. Ml' and Mm O F;. Clcu>bylyid ; Kingsley LakeMrs. AMIJULANCE SERVICE

.,and Mia Uarold Pulnirk i>f ) Mis J, U Johns were |ly Mis. leeward I 1'.IIIPIt, .
Mi IIlIdIn. I 1MIONK: !)1.21:00<; (>
Pasadena Texas visiting 1 Riii.stllSpell
were Monday 1
By Jim TempleThe .
In Jacksonville FiUuy M:. Bf. NortoaHhune Phone :269.413aAAAAAaA&.AAAAAAAAAAAI!
,to Wednesday guests of his I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
( following Tribute wa!< composed and read as a highlight- of the brother and family, Mr. and I Mr, and Mrs. Randolph I ICI'osby I Da3.21)eltaaAaAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaAa: ) Home

T.-nado. Football Banquet Thursday night Dec. 1C.) .Mrs. Bill PiiUlck. Mr. and of Maxviltc were visiting i DeAVIII t C. Junes" Kegislervd' )I'lineml, )DirectorS )
:Mrs.\ J Keiuiv' Llnzy) of High his! p rt>ntn. Mi,, and MIs Mrs Vlndnlii lleindon :mlI II I II
Springs visited the Hutikk.s i C. C. Crosby Thursday uftei CHI KCII St',III DL1.KS: I I I i hlldn, n ol HI"hlan: tough
The Baker County Boys are always
fur tile holiday. ueaaon noon Kingsley Luke UaplUt'': the, tiny with Mis IlIltll,'"
::;
I. snuvirnsFos :
have found them rough.
For opener the Tornadoes) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V, Maiuittii RLchnulson of Church: Sunday School, i 9:45: Cutler. iiinl chtldirn'1'lyd'ly/ I .

* i When this year's Wildcats growled we called: their "bluff Duck aryl family spent Christ Tampa was! supper" 'iiu'st and a. In.; Moinliu/ Worship, 11 Il.1 1 I Mis\ I 1luau 1 n r"i I'.idui'll1i. : .r. |>ili; | Red! !l-i I. U'heel Chairs, ("ditches
: Coach Covington stid.'e treated him too rough. Bias week with Mia/ Duck's overnight sue!.t of lila brother in: "llnlnlnB Union, Iil: 13:> p :i OeiuVui l'a< It ni'1 ,I"" "I'
(SCORE 21-0)) mother in Columbus Ga i and Alsti r-ln-law, Mi and m ; Evening Wuishlp, 7:10:: pin 1 I lets visited .Viis Hilen[ Wit
I While there they attended the Mrs Ke nm th Ellxson Filday : Wednesday MU-week klnson In Mnxville' We hi "
The Rebels:' were cocky again this season, I wedding of her niece, Miss 1 1I night Player ael'vlc7:30: p, m.: dIV

a, The boys ain't to blame they thought they had reason. I nienda Jones. and Franklin I Rev artj MM C* A. Crosby Choir lattice, 8:30: p., m. :lievB : Mi-i. Julie, nixon I mill', MiMiltlle -- Florida;
After a skirmish they cried "Big Red we're teasing." Folds.! i and daughter" Mi.s J. W T. Peuvy pastor", ,, Come! Hell" \ Ilhll'l'hIL"11' Serving

What happen then Coach Roberts called treason. Jimmie EunUe of Charlotte, 1 Thomas of Jacksonville and let us worship together"! :Mia F'lt: i Winilin! In !St' Vlncent's Since 1950

(SCORE 28-6)) N. C. spent the weekend with her children Wayne Gwen Beulah Baptist ChuicU: llnnllnl Mondiv< : night rlOlyddlvrv. lh ( O /Toervtce
his patents. Mr. und MI'" J. and Lena spent last week at Sunday School 10 a. m; I Mis truer, ,' t,II UK, spent" cry ..- reefing ft*
The Jackets almost hit us with a deadly !sting : I H, Eunice, and other relatives> ] the lake hump of their daughter Morning Worship, 7:30 p III.: : I'I'nl lnvs In Tinnpii/ with re- I 4 ----- -- -
Because our fingers to the football could not cling.! ,A, Sat Hi'day visitor was. Arthur and non-ln-luw. Mi'. and! Midweek Prayer Service, Wednesday lu livesMis M1Ir1/

Then from Coach Dave came a loud familiar ring Melton of Waldo.Th Mrs. Jake Pail'tan on Cherry 7:30: p m ]rev It L I Unwind' Piilnell visited Mrs. l.urile

"Hang on to the football or Monday !lanterns; you'll bring." Robert 14.: Lees were Luke near OiovelnndMi Tag art.' ., pastor i "Kvtiyone: I rtln: Woiilui" In St VIII Godwin t'Repro' Cordially
dinner guests\ of the. A, A. and Mrs. Glenn Stanley welt'ome." can t:9 llnt-plt.il Stnr'sV: .
(SCORE 13.6) Mason. family In Jacksonville of Jacksonville! announce I ''";USONAI. nU"I1II10Il." .!' .ntatin: ; Welcomes

n! The Raiders next door got our message real fast, FiWuy' evening. the uiiKul of a .sun\ Alan, Mrs. E. M. Norton and children Mis Ionise O.SllIlIh. olnieifii 11)1:1() : F.:. ('all-t.:; "p You and Your

After the 1st quarter it was doubtful they could last Mr. and Mrs, Luther 1111- Dec- 26 In St. Vimenfa Hospital agent Tuesday through( fine Sinlims visit I It Ith I'h. <>U i; I I-r.I1:!:!I IStiiike Your
hard and children were visiting Mrs. Stanley Is the r Thursday visiting I relatives! III t Inure Ciilteis" KundiiviiftPinonn Family to
With shouts of joy all joined in the mighty blast,
her mother :Mrs, Sarah former Miss Mary Alyce Cios Jacksonville New Home
;N It was obvious. The Tornadoes! were perfectly cast. starling, who han been a pat by. daughter of Mr and Mis Mis Lonesta Mucy (an I Ichlldien I MiI I niMltiCJilffls\ Di'l.

(SCORE 41-0)) dept In a hospital und Is re- Floyd Crosby. had ns' guests Tue.s- 1111'1 I Ki'vln nnd 1 Shoran (OillK The State of FloridaIt
t cupeiatlng:< at the home of her Mrs Q L Supp and Hon l day. Lt. end Mrs L. C Duu- /' of "iiikivisited' Ml aid
Bid Red
The Baracudas were slaughtered by a Tide
daughter Mrs J. A, Ogllvie Rudolph anj his dlLuItJter'l Mar and children of Tump.i Mis Louie Cutter ovu the Is Our Desire To Mike You feel Welcome and
looked and searched for good place to hide.
They a In Jeannle were visiting her uncle -
Jacksonville. I Mr and Mrs. Cecil White- wei'ki( nil.Marv 1. To
You With Your
They tried and tried and then stood and cried! : Mr and Mrs B E. Reddish H B. Bennett, In Jacksonville 1 head and family hud us Saturday .- Reli'lei,! mid Mrs Julian Acquaint City.If .

"It ain't'no use, fish sometimes get fried." spent the New Year weekendIn Friday: 1 ovemlxht guests!, Ml Dixun visited Mrs 1-tti: :,
(SCORE 51-14)) r' Tallahassee with their Mrs. Lawhon and children and Mrs C. W Buff of JuckBonville WoixJin' Friday uftei'/nonii In you nre new in the area a )phone' ] r

I daughter, and family, Mr und have tinned to their home the ho.suitnl I call
Palatka sends, their Braves to town every other year, I Mrs J, O. Pans. after spending' the holidayswith Mis Maxle Carter. Sr vlt.lt-; Mil Susie SlH'liniin. MisFlmei will bring you a prompt visit

appear Rev Walter' MathU was a her relatives near Tal ed Mrs. Lucille StouKhton in Cm'lei' and Il.il isllell! l from your local hostess.' Please' give'
Sunday dinner guest of Mr lahassee.. Jacksonville ThuisduyMis the loll! Cailcis New\ YPIII'S
Our scalp (is their desire we do deathly fear and Mra L. M McClellan[ Mr. and Mrt! T. N. Norman Junior Thompson; and div her n call! She has' maps and many

This year? Conch Bennett was seen shedding a tear, w. are sorry to learn that and son Gerald, and Mr und children: of St. George: aa Mrs lien PIIIJ'l'tt:i Is free and wonderful I
gifts for
(SCORE 26-7)) Mra Nettle Wood Mrs Paul Mrs Eldon! Sapp and son Joe were Sunday guests of Mr. I span ling' / this week wllli Mi you

Waters' mother la. confined In were all dinner guests of their I and Mis R A. Che.',,! t'I' anti l I and Muss. William Hill! of from local businesses.!' fti V
Ferocious Bulldogs in Suwannee County acted kinds bad., Baptist Memorial hospital In :laughter and son-Indaw) Mr rhlldien. '1 I Jacksonville ,

When the game was over Big Red said, "Man you been Jacksonville and Mis Barney Egseis InJacksonville Mr. arid Mrs. F. J., Saunders! Clarence Moslev nnd chll
had." Visiting Mr. and Mm James Sunday .-
Ronler Monday Were :Mr !and Tilfnds of Rev. and Mrs.
Ever since for reasons\ strange they've been aorta mad Mrs,: J, C. Grunt of Orlando, Weldon Johnson and family i.rr
Now they don't bark because they are very very sad. On' Sunday Mr. and Mrs Robert will regret! to leant that they p tB
(SCORE 34-0)) Rosier of Jacksonvillewere were Involved In 1111 automobile B,yr1i ,

visiting\ his and accident last weekend
Bad Pirates along the coast made a booming noise, they' all railed on!parents:Mrs. Sum lieu' Clinton S. p, Mr., und

The mates were big and strength was in their pol e. .Brlstow In Hawthorne.. Mrs Mis Johnson und one sun fie ,

Big Red jammed their guns: as though they Mere toys, )Brlfllow' la Mrs Robert Ho In Bailey Memorial HospitalIn _
The Pirates turned out to be just Beach Hoys. siers mother. Clinton and Tommy who

(SCORE 28-0)) Visiting the B L,, Wllklaon was more seriously Injuied Is
family for the weekend' were In Spin.'tanbuiK General Hoapltal -
Mighty:\ Tiger lost his punch hid offense went fizz ,Mr. and Mrs Edward Howe The last report on them: I II +ILMrr I Iro

Big Red whirled down the field like a whiz. and hjldran, and Mr. and Mrs was that they were holding I t tta

Dismayed Lake City sought the answer to the quiz, Jerry WllklHon and baby all their own We all pray fOI'th..lr y lt'n.I

From the sideline Coach< Hur.se shouted : "How Sweet It of Jacksonvilltt! recovery. <' '
la !" Dinner guests of the Robert Our sympathy Is xtead:,J ?
E Lee. family Tuesday of last to the family of Henry Cone t
(SCORE 6-0)())
week were Mr. and Mrs Herbert who passed away SMuiUay"

The Blue Devils tail was burned from the start Chojaatkl and! childrenof His fU1lA1I ial was held at Pine
To Red when he's fire Orange Park Others visiting Level Baptist Church Tuesday !- I
poke Big on just ain't real smart. .

Blue Devil wept when with his tail he had to part weekend the were family Mr. during Lee'a cousins the t 1 Mr and Mrs J. M. Dwyer

Then. feasted Big Red'he had Blue Devil a la carte I Mr, and Mrs, Ray Hodges, are building a beautiful new

(SCORE 33.6) of Begflimer, Mich I home on the White-head Road .
Mrs Dolores Misses Donna and Brenda
See Big Red chase the Bloodhounds into the pound Carmichael of
Jacksonville was this weekend'gueeta Hicks of Jacksonville) spentthe .
Our high powered offense: gained lots of ground. of Mr. and Mra Mid weekend with their cousins

There's not a finer team in Florida to be found dleton Rosier' Misses> Debbie and Harriet

Now their fame has' !spread the whole state round. Mr. and Mrx. Oscar Curler Faulkner. Loafer.mromTt'Jfj'TID

(SCORE 14-7)) I spent Christmas weekend with Mr and Mrs. Floyd Crosby .
Mr, and, Mrs Bill Wilson and ani MUa Nancy Crews were
Wauchula's Wildcats made a lot of clamor, other members of the familyIn visiting Mr. and Mrs. OJenn

They thought the State Crown would add to their glamor. Miami. On their return Stanley and family in Jacksonville \\h7 If) ''r\11'i; 1'fJi1' :; 'It'* our Turlio-Jct 3G: ) : the V8 strong( enough to run
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When the game was over they could only stammer, trip they visited Mr. Carter's Sunday J. .. J1Y1.15illD\ \! hevrolet and its automatic transmission! power your air
"Big Red crowned me with a hammer." brother-in-law and sister! Mr. conditioning(, power windows, A IllIultiplexterl'o: :; radio

(SCORE 39-0)) 'I and Mrs Ken Frank In Lakeland e..v..v..v..v.vnHAMPTiON THE CHEVROLET And more Without' even breathing hard.
; also his cousins, Mr. ,
Big Red proudly wears his Crown of purest! gold. I and Mrs L. C. Smith In Dade I Iteason 1If, a Turbo-Jet V8 breathes deeper. Breathes freer

By sweat' and guts he took it in hit! own hands to hold. City On Sunday they visited WAY DiliverH more usable' power whenever you need! il-'like
America's of freedom Mrt Carter' aunt, Miss[ Debbie for safer pusNinjj. Works more eflicienlly. Where tire smaller
crown was won by men of old. Uf Mrs D. E. Hill
Phillip, who Is a patientIn .engine.. hurries, a Turho-Jet V8 Just 'loafs You it
along.
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Fight on her team. BIG RED, for freedom brave and bold. S Pbone 408 !!<. try ,
( Vlment'Holtpltlil: In at your (Chevrolet deuler'H. And nowhere fixe
One' last thought Then my say is' said. Jacksonville,

Be men! Like those by whom you have been led. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I Bobby ; 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4Corre We offer two Turbo-jet 396 V8-4: for 'CC You can order 32:; hp in any Chevrolet; 325 ur :3GO hp in aCluw..U.
Brice
Stand erect Wear in honor the crown upon your head. r of a daughter announce' on the Mon arrival -! the confusion V SS 396.1'here's! also a 4'l7-cu.-Turbo-Jet (up( to 4120:: hp) available! in Chevrolets and Corvettes
I from a misprint in last week'scolumn
S day. Jan ), In a Starke hon- about the postofflce:

pltal. the poatofflce will remain
Should these words find a place !in your heart Pamela and John Tye "spent open every Thursday afternoon -

Cherish them. It is my humble part. several days with their uncle from now on, but will .2"
and aunt Mr and Mrs. J. L. continue ,
to
remain cloHuSaturday

.....YYY.9TYY9YYYY..YLAWTEY I Church of God: Sunday Roberts., and family In Jacksonville. afternoon, The post fii ; \k[
dinner was served 'r.len a office will be open<< Saturday
I !School 10 11 Mr. and Mrs Herbert and
flong service with special music I am. Worship mornings until 12 noon and
by the choir and congre am. and 7 p.m. YPE Wednesday daughter. Owyn of Vulrloo! the mull will /go out at 5 p.m.

rational singing and an or. '7 p.m.IIIgl118nd. were visiting Mr and :Mrs each Saturday/ although the Caprlc ('u lom Coupe C'urnlle Sting Iby Coupe I..h..vt. lla SS 396 Sport CoupeAll
gan solo by David Walters I Baptlat: Sunday Oscar Carter over the week window H toned. front noon
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ByCHURCH Lana A Aim "The. Living Word'1 School 1:45.: Worship 11 ..m. end.Mr. on kind of cars aJll In one place, at your Chevrolet dealer's Chevrolet Chevella Chevy II Corvalr Corvette tly: llt
was shown followed by a roes- and 7 p. m., Prayer Service an., Mrs.! W. II, Green Coming up next week In ................ .. .. .... .. ..... .. .. ........- ... --.-----...-.
sage by the Pastor rlev. Ernest Wednesday 7 p.m., Choir practice and daughter Bonnie were Hampton: 4-H( meeting Tuesday 098114! !
; ACTIVITIES Bailey and communionwith Saturday 7 p. m. New visiting their daughter and afternoon, at 3.15: p.m. at
Grace Methodist: Sunday I candle light aervlce.I Tear's Eve services were held family. Mr\ and Mrs. W. R.I the city hill; home demon.

School 9:45: Worship 11 I First Baptist Church: Sunday Friday night with three guest Crews. In Albany, Ga. during stratlon group meets Wednesday WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC.
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a.m'l : Rev. Watson of Graham the week. Sherrle Apon of Albany ,
and 7:30: pm. MTP School 10 a.m., Worship speakers morning at 0:30 a m. at ,
Ilea day 8pm. Prayer Circle I l 11 a.m., and 7:30 pjn., Train. Baptist Church, Rev. visited Bonnie Part of 'the city hall
Monday 9 a.m. On New Year, Ing Union 6:30 pm., Mldwteli Carter of Jacksonville, Rev. last w.ek. Watch night services... at I U. S. :UJ) North Slarke', U.i. ::12091 1'llONU: ; tCl-3i)00) : )

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