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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 13, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Youth, 15, Goes i '" ,. .. r"1*+r"-'r1x' "f'r' a-r 13"s Saturday Night, Jan. 21 : Meetings Scheduled I


To Circuit Court .. I
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In ShootingA Reel Mitclnun To Speak! Plaits Made\ For Head Start


At Chamber!
local juvenile was bound I IJlIl/Il I

over to circuit court by JiiJtft!{

T A. Yawn Tuesday afternoon I "Leave the potatoes alone!" J The annual ball will follow Classes To Begin In April

on charges arising out rr j This piece of i lid., ise: : do..sn'l I tho biiixiuct/ with music! by :

of a shooting Incident In R 'ni' I come turn any diet food >111'0- j i ""In' Ut'lur,'., SI.llllcui (it" nip) ,

on Christmas day,, .tit'er, but none Die I'ss 1 it .- Reservations. may be made'" bvuiillliiM I'T. Nolln. projci l t .mipvr.soi ChHHe.s under Operation }IeedStart

Hairy James Fowler.!! 15. o from an expert UMsimasierjpeaker : the chamber offlr \ IIIIH innnuncotl, plans now I the Federally autmtdUcdprciiclinol
Starke. was bound over for l I t W J. I Red I Mitch 904-OJD1: George Roberts
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t i i.1"i\ L or 11 program for childrenof :
trial in circuit! court afteJiirfje \ am. He offers this tip] for 1--- I, low income families "W

Yawn. acting& : as ,(uvenlli ,
turf! e. wai/ed jurisdiction:! fe banquet circuit and who h.iv\
sessions'
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w Local School one from April 4
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of iin -nile court. Bond'a trouble keeping the old: waistline Re-election through June 3, and anothee.

act at $2.500.Fowlel' in proper perspectiveMltchum : I Ic' II I I from June 12 through August

along with! Buck Together For First Time In 12 Years I who will\ vine the ,''niii'v' niniiMuiiL> oelll'-j''Groups Plan 12," Noon( said. He emphi*.
Llnd"-y Kluht. 23. Is charge' head table at the Stark sized' that the main purpose fit
VV lijlji'its' Jr \\
In [connection with a ChiistirtT Chamber of Commerce .uinim. Future Merger Head Start U to get four and
rtw siioolliiK Incident on An. unusual reunion. was held. l nn N>\%' Year''' liny "hf'1IOh..rlff: 1t1l.111': -*. I' II. Itrtl- banquet H.iUinUy; nl'hl. Jan ,. ,r U'L'tlon! 111 tilt spllllin five year old children ready for

B>ow nice St. dish acrehurl'. al 1 .dinner. to their .sewn. ......... Sliimthiif, licliluil. Sheriff and! :Mr*. Ht'ililNIinrc. '.19, is out ol' the niikst sought /. : u1 .-jhedillfd lor :M.IJ T'nlulin1: tops' have bern choul." ', Ji;
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Aivordinto< rep nts given from left; .lliiiin.t, Vernoii. l Dolph. | l Dregs. (lilt'.III.111:1'. : mil .,...lInrlll..r. Ittxl.lixli. It after banquet .speaker, nn .1 l 1.1.I.. I :1 iiniinisiont, uhf ,IUIlIlt'rI: t lot' u merger between 1'robiiblu centers as an-

at the time the Incident occurred VMS the I first Hun' (the entire family had been. (together, in I'J .venrs.. -I'liotii. liy; It. 1M: .,- emcees in th" state He has :I'"i'd .is i rlmllllUlll of th (he Ilradfoul Education: As- nounccul by Noun, are: Stark

Klwht and Fowler had Ivnilon.On been keeping\ audiences in i ,i..l t I list yenr. made the .oclallon ai'l; the Bradford Elementary/. School RJE HigltHclioul -

been arguing with severa stitches with his funny .stories! 'I". !t. il :iiinutiii"enieiu \la-> County Teachers::! Association, Hampton StihooL J.Brool.r
Negro men at lob Little'sCafe I jokes, and Imitations( sine ; the local Negro teachers.! or- School Lincoln City
Burglary Charge \-ek. v\ hen he soil. "Jly plan'! !
on BI'ownlee St. In Reno. FHP Reports 1951.Tlie IM li"> Mill" "..anlzntlon I:! Klght and former University! or Heights l. Lawtey Junior High
Fowler left the The other issiitret BEA members voted Tuesday -
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scene but returned later witha Accidents Floilda football player emceed for their Board of DtI'I'I'IOI'S and Anderson Junior High
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v Iran will expire nt the
shotgun. The shotgun was 2 Youths Bound To Circuit CourtTwo 12 the 1951 Gator Growl while ("ltd "I thin! year :Mrs JussiiCli.isi tool'k with lhNe".ro (Lxwtev..

fired In front of the cafe: Two accidents were report- senior at the university the t.111I of Hampton li.i.- ,, oi'Kiiiii/.ntlnn. toward amrrcei' Nolin i is setting: up meetingttatea
some of the buckshot! ricochetted only time a student lias been when and If the Florida for next week In each of
Patrol art .iniiouiiffed\ her plans, I
by the Florida Highway -
off of one car and struck local youths charged set on each boy. picked for this top spot Three School IVmrd a"'I' I IJ i Kducatlon: Association and I these (ntem. Purpose of thes
two Negro men sitting! Jn a with the December burglaryof I Coleman and Polk are for the week ending Since then he's been hitti nt. ue:J also] for election this the Floiid.i\ State Tewhe' meetings I In to explain object. :
Staike Wednesday Jan 12. the banquet circuit hot and W. J. [Itvill! ;MiUhumKriiiittiicil up Wen. of lead
car parked nearby. Neither of Builders Supplies charged with the buiglury In around M-iii. 'l hey are the PJSIS now t Association! the parent, state Start to parents
The first occurred
the hit were! bound to heavy. lluiiiurist 1 1 i and to enroll students
men had been Involved over circuit which several pistols rifles! lipId D.V.. Munition\ I'onllmpl'e.\ \ .
I 6 when Ed- by suiting\ of
12:35 Jan
In the earlier argument. court by Judge T. A. Yawn knives, and a quantity ol : p m. The beauty of Mitchum's Luwtev.. H. A. tat a'srm of Woik being done( now for Ihe Before a project can be submitted
Starke.dtiving ,
The two Negroes Identified Tuesday morning ammunition wore stolen Bar O Akrldae. 30 of humor in that It is pure, unrefined ,, .Strike and E. A. Sapp of pnti-nt" or nul/atloiis/: to merge all pupils must be

as Monroe Sonny Oalnes, 24. Thomas Edward Coleman FollowiiiK the arrest of the \ a 19G5 Ford truck belonging tales of Southern life Woman Bound Over Nr\\' River 1 pirhaps( as early: us July 1 tentatively eniolled. la orderto
backed
and Arthur Jackson. 67 weie I 16. and Charles A. Polk. IS, youths five pistols] two\ rifles < to Clay Co-op, with a bit of folklore and I To Circuit ntllclal\ quiillfvlua tim tills ve.ir. hold a class in any center

released from Bradford County -I were bound over for trial Inch and some of the ammunition out of a private road onto I homespun< philosophy thrown CourtIn for [county }offices begins,? The HF.A nisi' told membersof the,I' must be at least 13: chil

Hospital following treatment cult court after the jurisdiction stolen were recovered. SR 225. about seven miles In for Rood measure. He not I Contraband Case the local\ Negro drenwho can! and will attendthe
west! of Starke. into the path :March i 1 mid cnls' March 15. ,: organization .
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for buckshot wounds.I. of juvenile court was' Coleman U flee on bond: only nall'ntel! but he sines Fir state office hut( anyone; < willing to ,class' Noun said

KlKht la In the Bradford waived. A bonJ of $2.000 was Polk Is in the Bradford I of a 1964 Chevrolet being I and sings!! well. On hU regular/ The wife of n Kalford( in- Firpivscntathv' and h1l'Iudhl111 Senator; 1 pay: $4 (dues in invited to become At least one of the parenta,
County I driven by William E. Fel''ul'Ion. !! '- jol (when he hat lie's 1 of .any child! four or five
County Jail In lieu of posting Jail In lieu of ball. time) mate. ('hanlt'dlth smuggling: the a member The BEA I yearn-
I period! beuljis Fob 15 andruns
$5.000 bail.Florida. 32, Starke. There were no I a public relations man with con t ni band, into the Stale constitution( \ wan amended two of age, Hhould attend one of.
Injuries. Damage: to the Ford the Dixie Lime & Stone Co. Prison WIullund over lO'' I tlIILIIIal'ch: 1. \eit: a'ta rind: its membership the meetings. "If parent
truck was estimated at $200 j i i 'CATI'I attend the In their'
Bank with headquarter in Ooala.. circuit court by Judge/ T. A. tin\'own oprn 1o anyone.Members one
and to the Chevrolet at $100. Assault own (community, they IIhUlfII.tt [ (
Other activities (scheduled Yawn Tuexdnv. afternoonEvelyn Charge I of the BCTA had -'
Elects Officers Akrldge was." churned \\ltl1l I for I the annual chamber banquet Jeannette Odotn npuroached the BEA about md one at another center.
failure to yield tight of way. Is Filed Against Nolin said -
| at the Stnrke Golf & waived preliminary hearing! I l the possibility of a merger.The '
J.. E. Tomlinson was promoted The /second mishap\ occur-1:! Country Club will bf. the in and wan bound m over to (rliruil i Buck Lindsey Kight; county-wide. meeting Times and place of meetings
from assistant cashier red lu Lawtey around 2:15: a.I' t-tallntlon of officers and for trial. I I are an follows, :
new court Her bond 01'1| ''Tuesday'! followed/ a session between -
to cashier and Mrs Ruth S 4F m. on Jan. 7. when C. B. the presentation of annual $500 was continued AssHiiltith\ intent to commit '!| the. Boards of Directors Slarke Elementary School

Johns and !Mn Helen E. Clary Jr., 21. of New York awards\ and recognition of Mrs. Odom is rimmed with murder charges\ have bean i of the two HioupH. The BEA cafeteria\ Monday Jan 17,.

Glasgow were elected assistant 4 lClty.) -4I1YiJU north on U. S. oiltstanding citln ns. of the. attempting to smuxtfle: inti>I I filed! IIII"IIIS.; Thick I.liultf.v:' IIIIH npproxuriHtely"' 120 mi
cashiers by the Florida Bankat ,, 301( In a 1960 Ford. apparently a tea. the< prison Nt>vflnl. small P'- vials Kl ht. i i I>:-rH and the BCTA about 40. RJK High School cafeteria
I fell asleep at the wheel. '' -Tue!> day, Jan, 38. ,.7:30: p.m.
Starke
Tuesday of Nitrite In
Amyl early' Dec- The l'OIllPI:1ll1t1'11'1: .slorned ,), 13EJA; President\ Curtis Mar)
S. L Peek Jr. president of Clary car left the northbound ember. The vials were concealed -, by Deputy Jtclji-rt Green on I I lowe also reported that the Brooker, School,i \u.
the bank. !In his report" to the lane zo49 crossed thepar NOTICE OK ANNUAL' under It win she was ': UPC.( 27.Coullty. / School Inlaid has voted to allow Jan. ia9S/r.m.(' {

29th annual meeting! of stock' 'kint, /: > Jumped the MEETING: wt'lil'lnThey/ were dlwover- Judge T. A. YUI'nRet \ teachers' to( have, two days Hampton) School'a....<

holders reported that t the curb, hit a utility pole and f'd.< pinned to the under-.side'[ bond ut 1 $5,0011. personal .'mer ency leave. and -, Tuesday Jan 19 10 a.m.
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of First. Federal I Savings! andIvan
bunk had the best year In Its skidded sideways knorkingl j Association of SlarkeFloi of the w1g t bv a prison matron ', two days for )religious) ( holiday: I l..awtey Junior High cafeteix

history with Jeposlts.! loans down a road sign, then returned -I who searched Mrs\ Odotn j each yenr\ to be taken against In Monday Jan. 17. 1:30: p
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Ida. Said meeting will beheld jl'{ tltl'KICIIK; K C'I.I'U rn.
and resources all at new to the no!Inbound after an I'lertronlr (Ietl'cllll\l their re>rulir 10 days per year
jl TOIKKT/ : : I \N. !O Anderson Junior ,
High cafe.tens
of the Association. '
office
at the
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highs. I, lane and stopped In an up- device slunulcd! an ullll'm sick(( leave Four other item .
at I 218 North Temp) each time she ; through Monday. Jan. 17, 2:3(1'p.m. : (
Deposits year end wer ilht po! $3.913.76237 an Increase of Avt. at :2 o'clock In the afternoon It, I I meet Thur.Hil.iy/ Jan :2O, ut taken under consideration by .
$1,721.80964, or 41.07 cent State Jaycee President injiules Clary. was charged:: dewiibo.i'i' lire School SpeedvllU churchWed..,
per on Thursday. Jjn. 21)) Amyl Nitrite was 7l;,:! ) 11.111.| in Hi. high school Board. They are:
over a year ago. Loans at i I with failure\ lo have his ve- II I I lelenxed planning Jan III!>, T:30:: p.m.
Inhal-l time 21
I by a plitu midst: as 'an
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year-end totaled $3,007,271.201and ,, I lion .\'her, iif Orlunilo, State President of Horldn .la.M'ees I! hide under control. Damage 1966 iHince Wednesday Jan "nt and] a stimulant sometimes I tVI1I.! All niemlxM'4 and pioHpec paving 1 half of accumulatedsick Lincoln City (told school

total resources were $6.1 (right) welcomed lo StrtrUe hy .Mayor Kanilirl Chlll.v (left) I to the!' car was estimated at 19, is a legal! holiday I.-Mrs. used In the tieiilment' ;I I'nvv iiirinlH'H aiu! uiKol" leave upon) retirement buildingThurs.., Jan. 2O,

87975324. Capital accountsnow and Stnrke Jaycee 1'resldrnt (hrln I'urker. Anlier nddrewa'd l $400. Ruby Johns. Secretary of heart disorders\ I II o> nttfinl.LliiiL I :31 I I provide legal 1 services for 3:3O:: p.m.
total 81239111. A com {Continued On Pnore Two Ii I
the local! club at a breiikfitnt meeting last ThiinMl.t.v anti urged .
plete statement of condition
greater participation. l by .lii><'ri>H In community affairs.
will be found elsewhere In I
this Issue of The Telegraph.The Parker annnunoml that the next Jaj<'
stockholders reelected day. Jan 24, would be held in the rhthN new meeting place
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the following directors: the former Klk'x; loilge (Adam building) on K. Muillwn St. I

8. O. Denmark C. E Hern- 2 Teenagers Work Under Youth
wall. S, L. Peek, Jr. W. B i Begin Corps ProgramTwo
Employment Service Is
Sewell Ernest J. Snead, and Taking ,
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Harold C. Wall

The following were elected! I Youth Corps Applicationsi I local youth beNlllt i the U. S. Department: of Labor erx think tI..eY'1 e going to apphc. u1. !"llIld not Hp- '' i ..it'I( In l'iltitka: and Oreen Keystone but only If necessI -

officers of the bank: S. L i work Monday at Gold Head! ( work" ; out fine' he. IId;!(,," ply illiiTllv, to' linn '01 to the Cnve, Hprliiys.: I

Peek Jr. president. C E. Gainesville branch of I All youths Interested in State Pink through: the I The buys both from Hamp- The two boys like all youthiemplciM'd tau' k Tln'v! mutt t Ijf screened. To bo eligible for employ- ary.Collins said that the boys

Hernwall. vice president: Ern-I the Florida State Employment I taking: advantage of this! opportunity NelKhbinhood Youth Corp< Inn, began: 11I01 Alonday: [ by undtr, I Hie t. roniblncilfedei : ,i <1 tliioiuh their i local( si.ite, emI'I input, .. under tile program, the who are hired for work at the

est J. Snead vice president: ,' Service Is now taking; appli- .should contact Gold prouiam. I HsslslliM. ..:.! regular members ot nl-stiile IJI u'a out, are( ploviiK'iil' i oIlliLnnd! should I niipllcant must be between 16 park will be doing) a variety of

J. E. Tomlinson. cashier, Ruth cations for the Neighborhood I Head State Park Superintendent The youths Mike. Pefplea. the ark staff In constructing: paid $1.25 per hour and will APply| | thenHulli -. DIII J 121 veins of age a highbloho,1 general maintenance Job

S. Johns and Helen E Glasgow Youth Corps program at Ed Collins or the Florida 17. and Cecil Wands 18, be- a wlinden, toot bridge: sparing/ woik lour i di vs a week\ They" f'eeples, and VVocxMwolf dropout and come from Roofing: carpentry painting
assistant cashiers.Mr work at the under I small... ...spiliv' f fed l creek at iiUeiul rnlnliiuini hlu-d Collins fur work Inca, Income .
Ooldhead Branch State Park. State Employment: Service Of- gan )park H ( art! leiiulifd/ to u bv a i > / family Applicants and erosion control were only
Tomlinson has been em- This program is for youths' fice In Gainesville. the youth corps program: the. !bottom uf the pu,'k'H ravine of six hum of hl'-'h, ut tin punk antler the youth for the jobs at Gold I. u few mentioned by the perk

ployed by the bank since 1953 i i:0' from 16 to 21. who are out of Recent enrollees in the program which Is: Intended to help alleviate -I mcj."U'lth% school hisses: |llel'i I\t'ck. The |iii"r.im( niter they hud 11\-| ; llciiil 1 shonlil live In the area I superintendent.,

tnd has been an assistant I school and unemployed. They from the. Stake area the job slioit.uKe for"I boys put in a good 1 pioisrum\ lasts l lot -'II wfkCollln.s <. pllnl' tlinmirli/ tin', stntiem, iiMiiinil 'the' \park since no" In addition to the two boys

!er{ since 1957. :Mrs Johns must have been out of schoolfor I Include Andrew Bule. JohnH. high school dropouts; between' rlu.work, Kd: Collins. Park said<.l iidiinion( il. |, tnuI'!! (itllCC, III f lIlU'S-... fund oi loduliiK will be turn- now working at Gold Head,

lt jotne4''\heo bank staff in 1949.Mrs. at l least six: months. BUI'chIphln: D. Davis. I 18 ana' 21 year. of( t am Tlv Mil" litteiident. add Monday 01"11111'! "\-i! I I i< n III' /II'.' ( I"" ic ,.It| ,( ut./ I !'11 ,l.ltc, i-lied. Ttanspoitatlon." how- four others are slated to begin -

;aIM;;;:. Glasgow in 1951 The program will last for I and Edward L P "ki. 1 I program! Is administered bv tiRe'non. 'They're !good work- boy at the.. |park ,lid i '01'>' I 'uiul'' ni1 I t e .i l i- "ve" ( ,' will be provided from employment at Magnolia!

26 weeks during, which time i State Park In the near future.

enrollees will work from 20 to Civitans Seek I The youths are employed by
The CommunityState 32 hours per week at Gold j I the State Park Service through

Bankof Head Park near Keystom New Members Its pui-tlclpatlon In the. federnl -

Heights, being paid $1.25 pet sponsored NeighborhoodYouth
StarkeAnd hour. The program\ will in- The Stake Civltan Club I Corps! Pro;rllm. Purr

,lude six hours of classroom', met in the Garden Restaurant! | WWI4 pose of the program t* to pro

Instruction! per week for each< Tiu lay mornlr.p with 12 of vide mucli-nee.1'4: : employment

The Florida for which he will not it t) 17 members piesentTn : for high s-chol dropouts.: 16 to f

be paid.March. the absence: of a suest j A 21 years of all,'. oho otherwise
Bank Starkewill ,
at
I speaker. discussion' centered r would find It difficult to obtain -

not he open nround way" and means' of r;% dw a decent paving J)1I.Accol'dln ( ).

for business! on i Of Dimes acquiring new members for # 1 : to State Park Director
W
the club and revlvln the Bill Miller! some 211
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Wednesday. January
Robt. K. lee'a Birthday : Coffee Day active members! In'l 4Tk high school dropout between
Some time was pent; In j in
Set FridayAnnual I 16 and :21 will be employed
Interested Volunteersfor dlsciiHsing.. the promotion of 32 state parks and memorialsfor
Claxton fruit cake sales. It *
work on the recep Coffee Day for ther"l'f"h the PI'Oltl'Rm period of 26
was the general feeling that !
tion desk able to give of Dunes campaign weeks.
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J. i i the public is unaware of th" the overall program
Cost of
will be observed Friday \n.
regular t lime. and will- fart that there are" at th-
It, with nil Starke drugstores i H 1311.03of: which S3994MIi (
ing: to work, are needed and th. B & O Truck1'> present! time six Bradford being provided by the federal

at the. Bradford County( Stop donating, coffee receipts I! County students attending oI rt -wverrunent The remaining -

Hospital. "Ie"e: telephone to the campaign/ fund. college/ under one of !the: Stu- I h : S51.634 to being paid by

969-1121: if you Friday will also be "Jail dent /Scholarships made! posslble | es l a e the Park Board. The projects

qualify. and Bail ny" with BH3, / by the sale of fruit rakes under the direction of A.
h*>a,l football coach Dave O. StandUnd of Tallahassee.
-- as sponsored> bv the Civitans. '
Hume booked BS flne of the Any young man Interested
" This Space Contributed victims" who will be "ar-I The public Is urged to purchase j In the many Jobs available

Weekly to Publicize rested" and later bailed from more of this fine fruit i iI through, the program should

/Community Brents by I jail by pledges to the March: I cake and thereby make more!' I apply at his local state employment
of Dimes fund. Thus event .o11Ar office for further
The Community scholarships available .to| '
I will be brm: <1enst over radio youns! peoiiU. In the! rimmun- OrllVmiil" (!.), und .Mike Prili| >.H, (In),, measure dike, I'tuIuI.s. I. and! ( cell \\ "'HI.., <\10.l ) lUlU III. saptart information.
'bo.1mUllt
State Bank In order to qualify a
I station WPXK: starting at, sty I iiil In 'support a_" w font bridge In hold. llriul'it. ruvliie IHe. lug Inlu. piney' have been out of schoolfor

7pm. L f.1.. Tanner, director of park maintenance waldl_ at )east sis months.nKY .





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1 Pv-t Hal Lawson left Patients\ Doctor's. HosplIH i the work dour< III blub delects Hospital AuxiliaryTo i and husbands were" seated.; I Stephen Foster on\ .Inn :3. In I lion of premiums teacher medical mI -

,ilti.for. Fort Gordon Ga. af-I, 1 this week mi('luda' Mrs. I but realize that $600I I Rev. and Mrs. John R. St. Luke's Hospital, Grandparents nurnnce I
Weldon -
! li'r" IWI weeks! (nave of Ann Brown Mrs.' Louis StrU'k- year In scholarships Is given Meet Jan. 11 Brabham and chlldien were are Mrs. Gladys Jack County Receives

sence.Mrs. land, anti Arthur Strickland Jr.' to local high school student special guests on this occasion and Mr. and Mra.

,. Edward:: Burns attended of Starke: :Mrs. Betty Scott by the March of Dimes. I The Bradford County Hospital McComb of Starke. Increased Race

1 ICL.iDYS a Library Regional Work- ,of Luke Butler: and Debra DiirliiR the March of Dimes Auxiliary will hold its Track Funds

ihopIn Tallahassee Montlnyami Jenkins of GI'l\n MOOTY Jan. 17, at 7:30( \. m. In St. the following]
Tuesday Mrs. O. W. White Sr hAlt Cheerleaders collected 32.32 : > announces Bradford County( has I u>.

Phone Of 10651i :Mr. ,unit I Mrs Galen Wheeler returned from n month'H visit In a blanket they passed! Mark's Parish hoii.se. \Visitors .. and Mrs. Robert Oener- births: reived a check for $21.Quo

and children of Lee Summit with her son-in-law anddaughter ,, the birth of a Akrldge. SUrke a
Tito moved Into the Alva- : Mr. and Mrs FloydBonne. Martha Kuasts.Methodist' Mass announce Washington state race track tax) t >I.
i i 'Un'' O. Den r;:"ili.i Jr ',''i." and Mrs. J. C. Holton! | rez home upstairs apartmenton find family In Jackson. Beverly Crawford BOlJlngel'j) son Christopher Paul, OnDes. ion. Bernie, Edward. Jan. 6.Mr January. This was $2,0 Mr., and Mm. S. U in Tlfton, On. over the Maternal grandparents Mrs. Paul Clayton
f were Brownlee' Road and will Tonn. nrt''n; Kiilhy, Hitchcock ChoirIs 16. and: more than the $19,000 .
,II I< of Stuiko has been weekend visiting Mr. and "lrl1. | "II"'Hlartl1:1 "' 'Iolon will i I are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nugent Jr.. Starke a daughter. -
make their home here.Mr ( Sharon Noeuel, Janelle Pollard celved l tor the same month "r
.V.I I to the rank of Frlt II L. Whiddon. Entertained of Starke. Lucinda Joy Jan. 9.
Green
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Edwards 1- from Weit ''
: find :Mrs. Curtis : arrive home Friday Beth Scoggins, am Joan 1965.
I n' -t t Ousts In the ROTC :Mr. and i Mrs.! Keith Reeves and daughters of Jack Haven, Conn for'two Williams will also conduct n Since the start of the cu .
,It I (;mlon Military Colli" and, son of Winter Park were 417 with her wePkll'l M-mbers of the Chancel: Mr. and: Mrs. J. Charles School Groups .
oonville have moved to Viicnttnn' roadblock this Saturday.Last I rent fiscal period in Novmber.
I icMvllle., Ga. Rank visiting! her parents, :Mr. and )j Cl-nir! of the First Methodist Sawyer of Starke announcethe
Lake Street. Mrs. Gladys Weldon. I Saturday the Senior ,, Plan Merger each Florida county( h,,
Is achlev- N. L. \Voodburn.. over Church enjoyed, roast beef John Char
girl Mrs. a of
bli th son.
corps l a .
Mr. and :Mrs. :Milton .Hartzoll! .1 Emma Ilnnglin: > o.Melrone nit I Scouts' amid the Interact' received $84.000 In ,race ti.i,
I"" ,,,ilomk' and. the weekend< I dinner last Thursday night les Sawyer Jr., on Jan 10( in
and ;Mrs. Sarah Starling I I One ,
the weekend \ continued Page
of Orlando\ spent Club collected 158.03 In their From funds-a $13,000 Increase 0>
,f the Individual cn-I I Mrs. J. I Gentry visited at Fellowship Hall. Artificial Vincent's Hospital
In St.
I with her parents Dr.! and Mm of Lawtey are jmlie-iU: ,I 'uuclblot'k Buckets for this the 971.000 'total receivut 1
Mrs.: Marie MeMillin: and Miss ] flower arrangements were and Mrs. James R teachers in case of suit while
I IIllI'lon Home. Mr
I 1 !
F. K. Do] the Sta rice Nursing loaned
linger.J1rs. purpose are being by during: the same period a year
1 '" fV3.lIfi: is confine.il : Pennell) In St. Petersburg L.. F. Dinkins and :Mrs.A. :Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- I Starke Builders Supplies.This used on the tables, where Weldon of Jacksonville, announce on the job. and 41 J pay a por- ago.
tile) Gainesville Medical over the weekend. choir members, their wives of son
the birth a
O. Andrew were In Valdosta elll were visiting: Mr. and :MrsLeslie Saturday, the Cadet
\itli facial lacerations :Mr. and Mrs Roy Layfieldnt | I
Vi rr-i l Adams In Lake City on'
OIL InBt Thursday visitingDr. Girl Scout Troop 606 wll! ,
,! ,\han hit by n swinKr Luke Harbor are visiting
and, :Mrs J. L. Stith. TiiPHtlny. have \I bake sale in trout of WALT HULICK] CHEVROLET:
', ,i;, her, yard last week. :Mr. and Mrs.V.. F. Herlong attending Local nclmittinres to Bradford ,
Rev. W. A. logan is the old\ Florida Bank building)
v 4, Viki, Struth has trans- from Tuesday to Sunday. !Hospitnl,, thiwock '
: the Baptist Eiitiftistie : "I- County P'om 10 n. m. until noon. The I I INC.Biltigot .
1'' "um, the Fnshlon Insti- :Mrs.: John Phillips of Tam- Conference at the First1 I Include: : John Dc jlra. Souls are .sponsoring; a tnnce
mi'rlrn in Atlanta to was the guest of :Mrs. ,
pa Orl.ircl Jnhrnon. and Marvin : -
Baptist Church in MiVVnm'i Friday, niiiht. Jim. 14. tit the ONSURPASOEDRCAVCTOR
I ,\I.. Pity Junior College Freeman Register Sr. and Mr. ;
this wppk.FA elder. of !'tRlforlI"H'; \Voi>nn'i Club from 8 till 12.
,.frill Struth was mid Mrx. .1, G. Holton lost
M. 1.1. ('IKAKANCKTIH'H :' Hut, barn Ann Stalling of Law- with admission of 73 c'nts
i .
Monday and Saturday.Mr.
HnmcstoiKl
i Friday -I 1.FIUI' \Y AM ley: Howard] Rl"ffOl'd.VII Dili urou;> I.. composed of I
of l.orc and Mrs. .7. T. Pollard
'01111n"\ '" liiiin Reames Sr., and Janet
:SATrillV( AT IK1IA'S.Mr : FMu: Graham Jeff Novak: ,
1.1! Tiit.I >. and family. of 12.11 Johns Delve
I i.
Blackburn Starke Derry Dyal
: und :Mrs. Fred Thomn. of ; Chuck Newcomb, Jlmml" .
I .IL..tu :\\1"' i eturn-, SuratoKti Heights, have movedto who had been stationedIn i Sr.' of Graham ; :Mrs Altle ,. Moore and Renee Belote.

i I 1'ifat l I'lini-Miay'! :Jiftcrory Highway 16 West. :Mr. and Oklnuwii.. spent the week- Stringer, of Hampton: and Elmer : They are donating their I .
.n\ Bi.tl.-r: ; : : MeI Mrs J. T. Carver of Jacksonville before Aiken of I Keystone serv-I
'end with Carr Cnlley ices and all proceeds '
I III ] are renting the. Pol- .
pI'sI
.
world tour. Heights.
leaving .nI/ to the March of Dimes.
'I" I. A. Denis\, has had: us Inrd hou..e.tr.. Carver Is em- .1. McGrlff Sr. returned ,1"mellV.. Shiner entered the
<; In the planning static is a Priced
Mrs., Russell Krlnk of ployed with the State RoadDepart Monday from the Lake City University of Florida Mondayto hIfllfth/ School( Talent Show .,
I I. onville, last Wednesday ment.Mr. hU. master's degree -
I VA Hospital where, he hud' work on tt o bn held Feb. 11 In the BHS
I'I 'I ".)1'1. and :Ml': and Mm.llardee : nnd :Mrs R. E. Firth hen confined for two months In Forestry.Mrs. auditorium. Any student AewVfstdAllChannel
flew to New Orleans, La. for installed
I of Snuthport.last V. J. Spengler was -
following: surgery. group, or teacher at BHS who
r Thursday. I the weekend. "'rH, OiiMtav Patz will return on the Gateway Council Is interested in pal'tlclpl\tin:

:-4lt.; Jerry Lawson and Larry Crawford and George to her home in Salem, board of the Girl Scouts 'I" the i show may secure an TV
nand S/Sgt. Travis Moss Seelcy have enrolled in Ricks", America at the
''N. 1. .m, Sunday after I of Thursday entrance application from @ USEDCAR
Orlando, Air Force Junior College. Re''?burg, [Ida "pend-I Jacksonville
'II" ; ing three weeks, with 1 1I I, Sellers Auditorium in John Spenuler\ or Jim Douglas ..
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ppnt the weekend with\ ho. I Mrs, E.' G. Pals up till Feb. 4.. -- -> ...
\1 mil Mrs. Ewell Lawson :Mrs.' V. l:. Hazen spent the ::111'1al'V: Lane of Jacksonville : :Mrs. Florence Hutson of ThS! Is onlv the berzlnnlng

ct, lidIt's| Albert Womtochildren weekend' with her parents Mr." was Monday overnight Gainesville\ visited her cousin, of thtir program. There'!

end! of Lake City and :Mr. .1. H, Sowell In La- !guest of her mother Carl Hurst, on Tuesday. '
.. more to cone' Hats off to our
,
sting' Mr. and Mrs. Crosse.! "II H. Bertha Pearce. :Mrs' Beatrice Llndsey of fcens1'

I ,tll' Woods'" Sunday. Mrs ;Muriel Norman: ;it- i :Miss M'irgaret; Duncan was \ SebrinR is visiting Mr. and

I I' and @
I \I"- Jatni. Smith of Wil- of Delta Kappa I CS.immn .Ir. and, son Tripp In I Heights for several New Trial

,n acme' visiting. : ).[r. andMirk on Saturday, Jan. 8. tit the\ JiirUsonvlllc several days last :i weeks., Oenied For 1 :' More People OwnRCAVlCTORThau

& u Jackson over the Carillon Hotel in :o..lIamlBt'I'h. : week, Mr. and :\rs. Rlpert Zeig- I .
?,1,1'1.' ) She wan accompanied :Mr. and :Mrs. B. F. Allen1 I tar ,f Gainesville} \ 'ere" visitingMrs. Prison RiotersA TO FIT ANY

Mi, i nil Mrs. J. 1C.: Wall Jr."I by Mrs. Isabel Powell of Jacksonville Jr., and :Mr. und :Mrs. Alvin j 1 : Rhoda, )Ihimpier, and :Mr. 21.

I -"n* of AI a 1'1111111, : ,'. and and Miss! KathrymKppprson Mann Jr. spent the weekend and Mrs. J. D. Griffis on Sun- petition for a new trtnl I Any Other Television... i:8tI SIZEPOCKETBOOK
for elirht State Prison inmates ; ; :a r
:\1 i Denver, J)evrlck of Bed- of Lake Butler. at the Doral! Country Club In' tilt.\'.

o "h ,j.l.t Lake and :Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sistrnnk of Brunswick, Mlriml! as guests! of the Walt I 1 Mrs,, Etta F aye Gill and convicted on charge I I Black and White ill

C W T Jackson of Starke nt- (Oa. spent last Tuesday ti.> Sunday Hulick Chevrolet Co. and the Mrs. Rhoda! I ampler visited of rioting, was denied: lass _
e>r Color
week by Circuit Judge J. C
"ilcd, .1 family party for with Micky Ilansby. The, C"hp'roletIolur: Division of :Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Newsome

Io;"fft' J.u-kann' on his drat two young men are roonimdtes General :Motors, Corporation. :, In Jacksonville Tuesday night. Adklns, Jr. STOCK :NO. 713A-

)j.thdaat, (lie: home of hi* at the University of Flm'. Mr. Allen and Mr. Mann were :\11'. and Mrs. James Phipps The eight were found guilty '62 CHEV. 2-DR. BISCAYNE

- U J o "i'n'- :Ml "nilTi's Tom Ida and returned to college first place winners in a parts of Rob(' ts, [II. are. visitingMr. last November 12 in a jury dyy I DRASTICALLY' RE DtrCED.

t, "kson! SID, fliiftornoon., Sunday.REMINGTON. and service accessories con- I I I an(1 '"II's.' Clarence Rhoden trial on charges!! of rioting In
test. several the East Unit of the prison at(
Ifor I days. I
w Phil: Cronkhite. was In11: 11.L C'LEAKANCKTllt'ltSII.XY. Raifo"d and were sentencedto 1>if ABINOTON !.-. $199 Jown3S.18

ami from Tuesday to Fridayof addition terms in prison. 111 3.M..CQ.26, Monthly
YrL
) FRII.1ANTI I : 23 tub (overall dial.)
" Rnti, .' .. last week on business. I S.\lTI'T l.MIUX'S.; They are: Benny W IfThe .8Z..ln.prclur.. .

r ;Miss Dlunn I 111 nil. choral di- :Mr. nnd Mrs. Gerald Crosbyand Brooks. Richard F. Devop,' __ _r STOCK NO. P-228 MAUKEI WAY DOWN ,
r" r'e'LDr., and her, BHS chorus Willie C Htllman. James F ''n '
three children of Hialeah
v/*////'iir.i> 62 FORD GALAXIE 2-DOOR
nit.mind the Florida Musicali Lasslter. Carl F PaichalJlmmle ; .
;. former Smite( residents have
; k. rd1'11ST i l Kilm-.ttion;,\ Association\ Clinicfotifcrcnre I moved to liTS: Blanding St.. Lee Thornton. Jam Proof Is in the PictureA V-ft Automatic Radio IIeatr.( ExcellentMechanical. .
LI'o01'fUU: : :
) [ in Tampa last 1, in Sirati: .>Ha: Heights.Mrs. Waddell and Johnnie Wil- : .
1 r Tliurnd.iv) Sunday. The students llama. Jr,
i : 10.: C. Roberts and< I
600x13 13.95 attending: were" Danny )11.... :M. R. Gates of Daytona television set is an Important Investment.That's $199
HiI, ,de'l. Robert Dynl I Uebhyl.mndir. should take time to before 1.- own49.6710.1thl,1
you
+I I I Bench fire visiting their son I why you compare ]) :
,
650x13 14.95 Kc{Inn Ellis Randy und brother Carl Roberts, and TilE BRADFORD I buy. We invite you to compare RCA Victor againstall
Whiteheud, and
I Iliiyr-s! Judy .
: :\11'10,1.Cuttino.. Carl Adams I| Mra. Roberts.BHS I COUNTY TELEfJHAI'H others. Compare the picture-compare sound I STOCK NO. 6J3H-

735x14 18.95 of the BHS faculty was assistant I Published and cabinetry too. Dollar for dollar, you'll find: '60 FORD FAIRLANE
Students Push 1 every Thursdayat "
.
- rhaperone.Mr 138:: W. Call St.. RCA Victor is your best television value.
775x14 19.95 : and :Mrs. 1-Mwln: Prevatt I Dimes CampaignNot I V-S-3 Speed Automatic: Radio Heater.
o
10/
Ii'et. rru'fI"lI 825x14 20.95 Kit Prevntt over the weekend.! all teenagers are delinquents L Matthews, editor and $10
: :Mr. and :Mrs.: Lloyd H. Lew- publisher!! As Month $199
'
Down32MonthlyS'I'O'K
l'atenirl, I.ir.-Th. Otlii-p ..1/... proportionalel.v Inw ''I'I.l of Wilmington, Del.! are This h an example of how I !; ; ,

SliiMlUlcrsFull F\fhanee: I'lus TuxMiileMillH spending: several days with they feel about the local drive Second!'! class postage paidat :
/ t I'ly \ T. T. Starke, Fla. ITHB MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICSWe
Add Wi.OO' Col. and Mrs. Long. for the March of Dimes campaign -
NO. 8.-H:{(|
: No Down Payment I Mr. and :Mrs.: Gilbert : I Subscription Rates: Do Our Own Financing '
wlrcwere in Ocala on GOld-I Under the leadership of Jim In trade area: $3.iO! 59 FORD 4-DOOR
per
.. \'I, AliKn Front Knillialaracp 1
Peebles'' and Mr. and \WINKLER Inc.
ELECTRIC
have
I chairmen they mappedout I trade orea1.00; For fi \Jonth;
Front W h..I. Mike, Golilwlre. ambitious! ,
9-95 I an program./ : |2.25 six months.
per year
I nspi.t v fork, ltheel, n."rlnll' .\ 1.1. (1I.KAK.NC'KTIU'HSIIAV : ] They are not only aware of, 2U: N.: Temple- Ave. Phone- 961-0831(): -
ln-l" '(-t & Adjust brnkpH.Dodd's I I ; Fit I 11.A'n:' I II !. $199 $25.66Ionthly:
I I SATfHOAY. I.KIIwX'S.: Jown-

. I :Miss Virginia Raysor of St I II
Service & Auto Sales I Petersburg, "pent the weekend STOCI'to.: 859-11:)!

I 1 with\ :Mr. md Mrs. E. D. Ten '61 FALCON DELUX 2-DOOR

.:., :2R S. Walnut St. Phone 961.3&61 ly.I P Radio Heater- New Tires. Excellent; -

-_-- -_ SAVE 1,100.00 chanical.


TO a.$199 $24.83Ionthly) :


f STOCK NO. 831-A


REVIVAL Like New 1965 Demonstrators '62"PONTIAC.R, Air C'ond-'un-"owt'r-Extra 4DR. HARDTOP Clt'an-


Excellent :Mechanical.

-. $299
!.
- II i Fully Guaranteed With Factory Warranty Jown61'OO:Monthly


: ''I BOA TDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH STOCK NO. 846-A
3 Left
Only - Better Hurry! 64 CHEVILLE MALIBU 2-DOOR

(Hard Top- Standard Trans., V-8 Radio.

Heater Extra Clean E'ueJlentIecmnlcal.: : .

1964 CORVET 1965 IMPALA ,2-Door 1965 IMPALA SS -Only 23.060liIe4.: .

JAFJUARY lf $299 $56'80Monthly-
16-23
'ondl.SPORT COUPE CONVERTIBLEf ,1)mVn :
;:100() II. 1 P. I njtlnf'. Air ( i

7:30 NIGHTLY f Powertflide: Powe1 327 --Y-R Air Con, Piiwernlide. :527 \' -s. Air ('ond.. Power- STOCK( NO. S6I-A

: --- Steering: and Many Other Items! Power Steering and Itrakes Aide. I'owt-r Steering and 15: 62 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR BEL AIRE

--t i of Optional Equipment:: and J 15: Other Items, of Optional:) Other Items of Optional Equip I'ower-rlide. f-; ('\I., Radio: lIe.ltt"r-'Jt'an.

,II Eiulpment. ment. Good; Mechanical:


. ''i//8! fir ;,' Was Is Was Is Was Is *II.- $199; Do $3974Monthly; "



-I I I''' Services Conducted : $$5,400 $3850 $3,908.05 $2,800 $$4,489.95 $$3,480Service !The Above Insurance-:; Payments Hut Include Does Not Finance Include Charges Physical andLife

Damage Insurance on the Citr.
By

. Is The Heart Of Our Business No Cash Required -

f NEW PASTOR WIIEItE TllADE-IN WILL COVEn

:: I III' We Service Tomorrow What We Sell Today! DOWN PAYMENT.flIIiiIiok : : .




II'' R!ev. Roger_ Bergstrom WALT HULICK CHEVROLET, INC. k Cbevl.olel I



Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Bradford and Union Counties INC.

I EVERYBODY INVITED ..1.10 301 NORTH ,PHONE !)61.J90f) : ) STARKE. Fr.A. Your Authorized Chevrolet- Dealer In
BradfJrd'( and Union Counties."*
r .
:101 North Phone 964.3900rtt1F'rttt
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i Virginia Cruce : '" ''u 1 1 *lft\( "t"n"n'1<. I ,ti i J:J 1 II 1 1l
,". l I.n.I.., I, in M, |I" I 11111'1'' i .' 'lvtl ; 1.11 "e "II't 1 b.iI,.( I) '. ''II l lI I;. I V !1' I if
Becomes Bride Thai h. Thcu-H'' (11.\I .1 i in _j,, Boat I J 10 to, 1 UI/ i' whk'h .I Mil I ill hrnn' 'as

in und 1 lo J p. m 1'1' .
Of Thomas LinzyMiss Ml [ftlOlllls i Itnil t IPlHtlVUH
I
.' 1" ,ted to ntteiul The IIIIUII('!! committee reJolted -
)I that t a Christmas basket UDC Members
Virginia Cruce daughter -
GLADYS MOOTY of Mr: und Mrs Flank Nursing Council lamilv was, dellveiod to a needy I Entertained At

Phone 961-0651 Ii I Ciuce. uf Lirwtev, became the
i lea < Du: InK the ,'lal
bride of Thomas Llnzy, son otMl rs l eport so hour San- I Middleton Home
: .iii Register and Sharon !Noe-
and Mrs Haywood Llnrv' > Loan Closet
h1 i '
of Raiford' in the First Bnptmt "el Hivrd( doughnuts and hot;I :'tII's.Valla] Lipsev and Mlas.Mnctga .
'l1oco1.IIf',
Church of Lawtey on Friday : "i" .iJfjid: : County Pub- JTIddleton entertained
evening:, Jan. 7. Rev Chnrl- n! ,'i't.i: : Nursing: Advisor i Ihv W, T. Weeks cnapfi'i
Harvey;, performed the candlelight (r :.111 t hl'lIh\ monthly J.! j St. \larksVornen I UDC lit ,the home of I lb.l.. l., .

tar VVcflni'Hclay, nfti" rn," ,ri
ceremony.Mlss :l:l' 1,11 : lIIm'laJl: at the Oal'a : Entertained By I
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lane 1 Rosier sang "0 :P,\ "sL nm'tll' :' with Mm. P of hut week

Promise Me' and "Whither I Miss McCulloughTo c. F 'Vn. p Bsident piesi-llnu: Mrs. K. K. MacBlain Mrs. K:. K 1 Perrymnn pi ""ililllit .

i Thou Jocnt," accompanied by ;\;. i ;MX: thn Sue McCain I oniliirted. tin inus, ,
May Norman at the piano ) Wed Mr. Young Ilii D3mm: tl'atlol1 Agent ,I l i TinI"inn n'v meeting/ the :1119.I, I', A. DiivlMH r,'gus1/ i ,'', .
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The 'bride, given in marriage' .i i >1:1 Mlsi,, Sale:! Reading: Women ol SI Mnks I Kplsiopal :! .\vi'. ii "report" on fli. ', d,' "
I Mr. And Mrs. Britt Church was' held' ut the tin In of. .nheI, ," .
by her father, wore a full Mr and Mis Lester! McCnI- Mate Nursing; Consultant : Alvarez piospettlvu "nu- i <
length gown of Imported lough announce the engagement v. 10 durstaft !: Celebrate] Golden pariah house Vlondjiv' night Ih; 's..1. 10. VVilHon, "rluulninn i ,
Ms Wedding Anniversary with Mis" R 12.
French brocade with fitted, and approaching; mar- -" T inn>' Closet chairman : VliitHnln as of the holar.slilp bodice featuring scalloped rlnjfe "f their daughter Vivian Mr! and Mr hoHlOHH.A'liH reported that the Lund, writ,
reported: five beds Rrltt Alvarez
and mat- : ding' rH leI* was flanked, ,
hy tfolcltiipers r. 1. .
!P 1 l neckline and long sleeves The AKlelln, to Charles Edward' l i ,, ,e, t\vi side mils, two celebrated their Golden Wedding !- t in UI hokleiKMi Novulc presided probably bn available (in ;Si-p, ,,-
.r fro over l Innii'oting/ anti Mrs! tember. Mia.V. II :V' / .
illiiiunIIHVlStant
skirt was bell with Young, Hon of :\Irll. VclmnHariPlI I >
shaped wheel! hulls, one walker, 1 Anniversary with ] ,
open : and Mis I Alvarez' hove. Heihcil" Thfiinius the divollonul >. ,
gave; JllHtllllllllIIVl
train of bridal of High Springs and house :: IIllltl'leitlntf
satin Her elbow ut
their
"c".Il'(1/ lnl't. one bedside( home on ten. children, .
Sunday : :o.frll.V. S. h.Ilpl'wrt \ The 1
III' dlxiiii- ,
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topic< i .
Chnrlet Young of Tamra / article Oil HII' Ilid
length veil wns held In I : table and: five other < nrternnnn. .llln.:4.: They Alvarez
bedsldC'1 Ix>ienAl- slon wiis Hie siilijcit of !11!>" .
place by Heed pearls accent.?"11 j The bride-elect Idffijduute I 196,1 items on loan: ) winmm; 'led( on .J.m I. !ifHfll! vim':{. K'IIRPIUAI vanMIH. .vi'.u''. "Mill u,il of Itohot K Lce.I'eaagemonta
with brilliants. She catTier! of Diadford, County at l lie homo :Nix Inh'I'III'JII'A""nl.I | i At '' of 'tinuu. i'",
acascade of 1. Alv net'AiinngemiMits ,, ..
The Annie :Mmcrier.( ,
Nuisliu; Suvlic ifpoited ( Sits: !Keith 1"'llhIII\" In ,
,: the
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of white cainiUlons I high!I School unit, Is employed I /piu'enls.( I H"ot"I'' | hlllls-."( ,, Illlll (Hilled. pl||l ills
41 pntli-nts on seivlu n>- Roy hail: Alvarez( Mix Frank Clinsl' I I I
with satin streamers. j )by Copeland Sausage" Comp- } t."ere! used mi I the IDUI, i t tol I".'". '
1
of l flmwis ,
of Dec. 31. 111d5.Oftleers : In'shiiiks :M f<'liiinilv.' Mn, Wayne boyd, | .
In AI"l"holl\ ,I .Ml. deal',:" 1tmkIPr'i / the. .\ollllIIt'11I1I hiiiin /I' '
"?i
I any gavel|
Miss Gertrude Cruce, sistei I : cl,'cted for the iif yellow and gold and :Sliiisi I Ciiiolvn Alvarez'T'hey I i : ,
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iini'
n thi*
| on ii
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lIa' litiK Dining the a."
ot the bilde The ( were i u MI'd ; '
biidoMinaidand prospective brlclcgioomIs ( in ,
was hiiviIB ,
? coming your anMis: I1, 0'' tlo"'III'UlIllIhl'j/: gratrlrhlllhl'n' .
l ( JII''ill IIII'I ibox ulmli, ,, .
Mcni
also Aly.mv wns! limn' \oil i-t I'eiiMnin:: fir. ''I'' 'I'
Ci elnn l
employ by > > < liiimiIdi tins "
wore a street length | Felos, piesiclent Mis Clulic o< raxion :.mil throe gtc'"J.gl'lIm"'hlllll'l'n"' ,
1 v v4 I 'to I tin men 111 Viet Niini, .Vnoli nl tin'" li'-l lahli-, rtlmh, I ascovered :
4,y gown of white satin with ov- The wedding will take placeIn Knight vh'c-presl !'i I'nt Mrs and the I [""I'IIt'I..1,1,|- I ILitt .
: ,
o l t hunks read .
eiHklrt of white Wlts from i ( with .111 login'" 'i I 1"-i iwnlk
nylon and u the First Chilstinn Church I
: Dyul' lecoMInecietiiiv: .IIIII| k L WiiHiin of t the .III cloth. ,
P \VoilNMl Muilnn Oicen' piesltlenLI 'in i iiiul icntiH-l" wan
corsage of pink carnations/ of Hampton on Sunday, .lin
und Mis P J. ,_
Novak '
I I"I' ti 11.Ul'el' I InLnn'" ..il.. 'hllll..ho''I1. LhlllkI .
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Mrs. Cruce chose for her 30 All friend l nnil. rvalivesof : I .I I cunItlcl'd' Hi; business! tin ariiiiii'iMiii'ML of| rur' ii
i ; : daughter's wedding a blue the. i couple( an invlti-t t to ', M;Mix Oal'llalhf'WII P : anilMrs I I Ichal'rH' I I t'a lr I i'iiIK I I ,in" nnd(! J.iync Hut Iv 'l1.t'l" : I hag tin lub fur LininMtiibii( I :ind 1 cnmellut.i : in 'I i i rrt i i .,., 'it l
Ita/iMi Hie in inn' luiiiliat CliristKi.is, 'timeMis silver l I". ,v''
1 suit. Airs.: Linzy, mother of attend. i of the Oil I'l i idlicllt< I IrlPvottonul.! Two money mnkI n
loan I
closet
,I the bridegroom, wore u medium I I I In''t |ju>1crts" wcie( (lisi( ,.iis, ,(-d .. Ki-mntli" IasterII: :milMi ; l.lplil: i.i.'I i mi" ,itiln I .i i t nl,' UK
y I blue dress. They both Williamson-Griffis The first will annual KI genera\ [ Mis, .1 I W Imlnd:: <1 l>1'a( i' bake( a11' alt ,Jan' :"l!' and' .' < I It.! II (n:ii u nl, l..,t p'"ere, II ip- vi'll"l III. I mint!l I"hi' un.brim'Plitt ,I I /
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be
had, pink carnation held Pn ":lav rented a t talk on ,ml Ml. \.II.'nll"( corsages.Following night. Jan :28! at I the)" Hi',iihhDepai .. ,,. ..
t. -" : ; ; I' the wedding The! iniiiiniri: nf :Miss" VonCilli ( 'tm"iit fiucti" in numhels I nl the' 1,111" II nl Jf:! :ill"'"'nit': Mi" H"iWiim '' tit u Mi hi; iir i u -Ih l 1,1;"uli'i : Kic.ur.\ POINT/ far the
+ ." I.,tiC1'J." reception was held fat the \"llIm.n, .nl Keystone 'air! !' n'i, s rl lllh ,.M, Hull' \\a'-o ijpnuili-l| ( ( halimnn: olin \I'd' I l I" IHI. .1 ti, I t", tin Ki.hill way von writ.. tome In ami
J > home 1111' I ',u II' mi ,'t I in;; l "i I I"i Id, i ih I' ....I..c t favorite,
of the bi'Ide s parents' Heights.. tu .Ii.'riinii" C' Grlffls 'I'rIhl': Niw I STI'1 ItMKOOK J.itluutt' 1 111,, Mond" ''Imicp ititninitl' your I.STKK: ;
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J'e 'r I' ; I; The ,""i I' liiiiti 1" Ira' ( ;,I., ?, I .\, I BlinOK fountain .r..t-:
bride's table wns marred) of SI.lcr i vlll Vj( vlCrnniZtsl fiMiiliihi (1"11 'IIJ.liltA1'll. 1 :- I u'' II Mi rnli""i ill' 'tin (lull '> ill hi ., pn.
:. ':";:1'' with 'u tare/ < cloth anti, centered" Ih., u.';," i I..i ,MI. ..n ".in ii'' (flle.' i rnt( l tale' N''",." j n; 1// I.,, III"' t I I "I.. I .vili GlttPII.ANNUA1L '

:." with the live tiered,, uedihnx;l : .;: ', .. ',-" ..:. -- -:,-- .::' .M .cr .... j ((1 .t' D -- I
cake which, wit: decorated, '.
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with ctiirvcuLL'1IL
4 ,, 1'/Ives"' and, fvin HS I)..''uflr :
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Linda Little To Wed Cecil Leach, Jr. I I und punch Mis bowl.V. L. Starling Misses.. aII Gertn\ \< ma, ; *&$&

Faye and Frnnkie Mae Ciucemiw C/efJ'/fnCe. *
Mr. And Mrg John Little offa.lne'tvllll Mr Leach jff:_ I
U a 1061\) grad( that the bride had ape fMi TiC
: / announce the engagement unte of Bradford. High and! I Is clltl! attention and Miss| Cutlieune i-Mi/fcWS

and approaching also employed at Genet 1 Ciuie kept I the biide'H .y j fj C'' ;A.: .*'*...$ ... .?4fffiir
marriAge of their diughtei/ Electric book.
Linda to Cecil E Leach >. H A.
JI''I I The wedding will )je an event For" travel Mrs Linzy chose

Leach Hon of of Mr SUrke.;. and :Mis Cecil : of Saturday Jan. 29, At 6 p, u green\ suit with white aciesaoiles SAVE LADIES COATS1m; \' F.OIOI'S. .M\M.I: : Men's! Sweaters and ;Men's\ I:lull on Down (ull.ir

m. In the Oak Hill Bapt"tChurch : After the wedding trip

uate atlas of Little> Gainesville Ui ,a 1963 gr High All friends and relatives of where, she employ
School and 'is eqriployed at the the couple( 'are' Invilul to at ment and Mr Llnzy hall will re- Reg. $50 00 Velour Shirts

In General Hague Electric: plant in tend. port to Fort Sill, Okla for $35'SLEEPWEAR Onehoop/ One (Croup;

further training with the., Ar- :Mink 'I'dn1111..1llJlld:

I my. : 1-3 OFF 3 For $CJ 2 For $6

St. Mark'k Men Youth FellowshipHas I Allison Hulick Reg. $90 $gJJ00Ladies REDUCED 30%


Hosts At SupperThe Hamburger FryThe I Has Birthday Party _. _ft. .... -- --l -_ .. '"'. _.

men of St. Mark'. Presbyterian Youth I Allison Hulick celebrated Fashion Headwear i.\iii-s) : UAN-I.ON; s\\ivuits: : r EN'S SWEAT SHIRTS1EN'S. : DUKSS l AND;; ) si-our

Episcopal Church were hosts Fellowship gave a hambui-Rei

at the annual parish. dinner fry and outdoor party Friday I her seventh]last birthday afternoon anniver- Reduced To I Reg. $1.79 HAT
Bury Thursday -
Sunday after the regularhutch $1.19
night at the home of Mr andi I 1/2 PRICE
(' sen Ice. 1llrs i Robert Paterson on when her mother Mrs. W T. I Reg. $4 to $20L\ OFF '
Hulick, gave a putty for her /2 1-3 OFF
The filed chicken dinner Brownlee rood honoring Mr. und, 13 sixns' ; S-M-L-X:
was In chance of II A, BishopJr. and Mrs, Mark Jackson, who 323 N friendat. Walnut their .homeat IAIt.t': SI';l.l';( 'l ION; ; -
StiretA \ -
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a. and Bill as sponsors. Ann doll theme
Graham with the men of the The group enjoyed:: games was Raggedy attractively carried! out Ladies Better Knit Suits hA linos ur'riii: { MEN'S SPORT COAT MI;N'S t KAMOI' ; UUAMJ

Holly church assisting decorated in the serving dining the and hamburger saw colored! fry slides aftei In refreshment the party table decorations was corer's. The: W..n.$2;:) (lo $.>0 BLOUSES & SHIRTS Long Sleeve Sport Shirts

tables at which the guests \ The Paterson were assisted ) .' Reg. $25.95 Up
with a Raggedy Ann table Reduced I lC'A"-I: 1 (lo $7
were lWatf'd. In serving by IVfis David I cloth: with matching napkins, 30 % Reff. $5.00 2 For $6.44

A shoe t business meetingwas I I Montgomery and :Mrs Ray I cups and plates anti centcittt' Reduced As Much As
A Wunlc'rflll, Si-lcrlion nf & '! I' '. 1/2
held when reports from I i inil Salazar. I II with a birthday, cake. toppi" ( 1-3 OFF Reg. $5.95 2 For $7.00Men's

department* of the church I with ballerina dolls! :Suits; ITIMMIsi; si\: IK\L:

were given The dinner proves:! i I Mrs. Barry Hostess I Games with prizes were enJoyed -.w -

most! successful and other : by the children during
To Intermediates 01 'it MOST( r\Moi MAMKjmtsiioit Jackets & Coats
such affairs are planned for I the party hours The boys : : MEN'S DRESS PANTS

future dates were given favors of Jumping FALL DRESSES
:Mrs A. J. Barry entertained I
iv: iirmt\Ki> and Parkas
her Baptist Intermediate B beans: and the girls were' given
Altar School clang at bags of Jacks Ut./C./ (!x11!>!J '1'" 1i.Oll i : ) SPORTSWEARi"V '
Society Sunday a |I/C'I{ i;. ti.'W' In M.'l't! !J S'.OOS7.1MI: ) )
Reduced As Much As I/
slumber party Saturday night Ht'l!. Sll I ),!I. () .
st. KilVvvird 1: Altnr Soi'l ltv after the bmketball, game THE RIGHT POINT for the Now To ) ; 1: % : ;' /
; ; I.is 30 IN-lt t $1,1., ,I.IIU(
will meotlThurqiliiy: Jan 20, The five girls! enjoyed refreshments way you write. Come In andseeleet $5.00 $10.00Girls I (.L,>'
at 7:30 pin. In the Parish in front of the your favorite ESTEKBROOK IU-K. sn.;l !':5:; "iio.oo) ) ) I UUfHOI".TO'lIoo.mFHO"/: ; ) '" ) < : : )
Sw ta 1 er-Sk i rllBlml.t'sSlac'k"4: ;
Hall. I fireplace in the living ioomi fountain pen. Ttl-E- _
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.r J Jackets and Coats GIRLS SWEATERS MEN'S DRESS & WORK BOY'S SWEATERS &


Try REDUCED 1/2 PRICE SHOES VELOUR SHIRTS


1-3 OFF Reduced As Much As 1-3 OFF
He Early They'll <,'n JJniiHy' 1/2

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I I JACKETS SHIRTS
REDUCED2
PRESSURE FRIED KEJ.; ; !$2.m? !> > & $:J.O'!)

BOXED CHICKEN VERY LATEST S'l'"''I.KS"; Reg. $2 2 For $3.00 1-3 OFF *

TENDER 2 FOR 5.OO
Serd; with French .
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Cole BARREL CHICKEN
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DLOUUI[ HLAXKLTS rurtntiKfkj VVmrji Kitchcu Towcbm

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To all of our friends in Starke and Bradford County we say great big THANK

YOU for making 1965 the best year in our 28 year history. If you are not

banking with us at the present time we extend a cordial invitation to you to ,.: :.

use our complete banking facilities. Our Officers, Directors and Employees, who ,

arc listed below/ have a total of over 230 years in banking and have the training -

and experience necessary to meet your every financial problem.



Marvin Drown, Teller C. E. Hernwall( Vice-President! & Linda Norman Bookkeeper"

Imogene Bryan, Bookkeeper Director I ,L. C. McCutchen t Janitor
Helen B. Crosby, ]Head bookkeeper Ruth S. Johns, Assistant '.Cashier S. L. Peek, Jr., President & Director FLORIDA I

S, G Denmark, Director Frieda B. Judd, Teller W.B. Sewell Chairman of the Board
Charlotte P. Frees, Drive-In Teller Brenda Lewis, Teller Ernest J. Snead, Vice-President & BANK AT S TAR t K E 1

Helen E. Glasgow, Assistant!': Cashier Director One of 30 Banks of The Florda National I Group I
Dianne C :Moody\ Proof OperatorShirley J. E. Tomlinson!' Cashier
:\tlrcul Griff'is, Bookkeeper MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
> Morrison" Stenographer Harold C. Wall Director
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I j BRADFORD COtTNTT TBIF0RAPII. RTARKE! FLORfDA PAGE Five
TEU1t9D1Y.. .iw. 13.__. ifloa( _m___

and R. Powell with 11, paced
Beat Live Oak 52-49, Perry 54-35 JV Five Tops the winning attack Joey

, Live Oak 34-11, I RECREATION NEWS Reese cause. collected 14 In a losing


Cagers Win Pair Lo e To Lake City Perry 44-27 I -Wall 45Terwl11egar Agency- 8 11 13 13

; ,, I l\1t'n's t'ltvplay League iets were never in the game 2988 27
'. BASKE1'B.11.LLeILSue .a., O,a den jumped out to a
Ill adfuU: JV tu< ""rs won two Second game Rhoden
-- --- ----------N for the MCII"nahketboLll cutnmandliiK 10- first quarter
awhile and he sank of three ,names tills weokbivtlii I Texaco Service 38 Hurst's
three basket for lout
y Woiking on a game Tornadoes Face League l not uIIlJor i huJ Malloy with 14 and
I winning streak after beating six of 19 shots [131 per cent! yt I ,. Live Oak 34-11, Htitv Shell Service, 23.
I way last Thumduy night!! at bet! Ion with 10 led the win-
I a Live Oak 57-49 and trouncing for 12 points, A man was put 44-27. but losing: tu Luke City the BHS !ttjiii with two t amtthowiim f L1I'I'S'us"uult.. Jackson was In the second game of the
Santa Fe
r" tough Perry 54-35. Bradford's on White in the second: half, Tough I 'I-12.[ I evening Rhoden's Texaco
lou of skill and ublllty. high for the Jaycees with 8
leavingguard Em- Like the vaisily Couth knocked off Hurst Shell to the
fighting Tornadoes weredowned however .
I while the other two points.
":'. 43-38 Tuesday by theTigers mett Akridge open at the corner Saturday Night Tommv Malloy! says, B-squad-: will have to make tome adjustments GUI den- 16 14 10 14 54 tune of 38-23. With the exception -
of Lake City of the key, but he hi ; ers played a fine Kama against of the second quarter
to stay: In the luii- J.1ycees- 6 5 8-21 ,
.i The Tornadoes couldn't buy only three of 12 field goal at- Tornado capeis howe. a Peiry He called! the Perry nin :t. Schedule for Thursday, Jan there were only a couple of
''Y in second half I tempts, a 25 per cent aver u | contest their best of the season points advantage In the whole
a basket! the tough weekend ahead as they First game l Keystone 50, 13: Keystone vs Jaycees 7
;1 Tuesday after building a 15-9 age.White I 1I 1 face Santa Fe's Rebels, 8-2 but they slipped Tuesday National; Guard IDA ), p in Gulden vs National 1 game. Steve Tilley paced lib
,,' first period lead and a 24-21: had 13 points foi In road In Luke City team to the win with 10
for the season a game big, till: team front Key-I Goad 8:15: pm.Senior .
Tornadoes! sophomorePaul Tall 6-5 center Bruce Jackson points and picked off aboutas
halftime edge They made the : Saturday night, star: completely overpowered) LeagueB.INKETB.1LL
only ]four field goals and 8 of McLeod 10, and Akridge The Rebels were unieafted::: ::! improving: steadily with the Guardsmen and lolled to many rebounds, Charles
18 tree shots in the second: I 9 while Wayne McLeod who until last week when they lost every game was high scorer a 50-18 vlctoiv Gary Cole The Senior Boys Basketball Howell had 11 for the losers.

half against the Tigers:! for amiserable I had poured them In in previous to Green!! Cove and MacclennyThe against Live Oak with 12 paced: the winners with 12 League opened play for the Rhoden's :5 I 12 11 10-33
': 18 point performance. games, was held to only Tornadoes will face the I points while Gary Hamilton Hursts's2 5 7 9-23
points, while "Martin and McMintry 1tJ Gi( season Monday night at
Mike Todd led had 5, and VVlllilam Scoggins Schedule for Monday, Jan.
;,, three points Blue Devils of Green Cove added 10 each Spears the local'm./ .
Lake with 13 points 7 Scofffflns led the team over i 17: Wall Agency vs Hurst's, 7
"Man, I thought the way City here next Tuesday. January and Thomas did most of the Fiiit gametI' .C. Wall /
'. we \went against Perry ." Mickey Clements had 12 and 18, for the two teams' first encounter Perry with 14 points and 7 scoring; for the Guard getting I I Agency 45 Terwlllegar Motors p. m Rhoden's vs Terwlllegar
lebounds had 0
coach Warney Adkinson:! said. Scooter Houston 8. Both games will be- Jackson 6 points each.Keystone I 27. 815.:
"As fine ballgame asyou'd Wayne McLeod, a juniorled \ points and 13 lebounds Bantam And Jr.
a / \ gin at 6:30 p. m
14 12 12 Wall
12-50
Agency outclassed Ter-
Johnny Warren had 11 points, I
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want to see the Tor- the Tornadoes in both Santa Fe edged the locals I BSKETDALLThe
Nail! Guard 6 6 4 2-18 wlllegar :Motors
and Hamilton hauled dawn 12 by a score! of
nado mentor added about the their wins this week as h two points 50-48 In a nip I Bantam and Junior
Second game- Garden 43-27. The first half
reboun: of this
Perry contest His chargesoutshot poured: in 28 points Friday 13 and tuck contest on December League basketball boys will
Restaurant 54, Jaycees 21Gaiclcn contest
The was played on fairly
team to date has played I
Live Oalc and 22 Saturday -
outreboundedboth against Saturday
and 11, the third game of the sea- play practice games
"served notice that
terms, but
nine and even Wall turned
I losing 5
Live Oak and Perry; against Perry. He also ion Starke has gone on to games tn'\;, morning Jan 15, at 9 a m.
al winning 4. Scogplns i* the : are the( team to beat It nn in the second' half to
they outieboundad Lake City hauled down 12 rebounds 6-8 record and Santa Fe an In the BHS gym
team's top player Coach a.th a devastating attack on walk away with the game
too, but hit only 28 per cent against Perry to lead his 8-2 mark and the Rebels will now )
:Mallov says, because of hK (the Stinki Jaycees The Jay- Mack Robinson with 18 points
of their :field goals and 44 team. have the advantage of their
per cent of their free throws His brother Paul, led the home court) Saturday. Coach shooting! ability and moves
He came on strong av iln We should: be 10-1 right Tornadoes in leboundlngagainst .. Warnry Adklnson's playeis
now Instead of 6-5" Atkinson :! Live Oak grabbing 12 led the Rebels 39-38 with al Palatka last week with a bh'! I

siid 'If ws'd:! Just havehit and was second high against minute to go in the third pei- 16 point performance: then I 3 PRICES SLASHED
L.L L I had a /good night n' alnstPeu'v
i our usual 65 per cent of Perry with 10. He scored 15 lad ol their first encounter, _
free throws we'd points, his seson's high in with his 14 points and
our Tuesday
however, and can Uve them ago
have beaten Lake City. The the Perry game. ( for their money 7 rebounds Throughout !the Store!

coach concedes an edge: only "If I had to pick an all-star #r1 "' Green Cove's Blue Devils I

t" Class: AA Jacksonville For- player from this squad, my '''< ': :. have been playing: spasmodic attention. -- -=-

rest. choice would be Paul He \ .0'': bull so far according to Coach ATTACKING: TilE
We didn't: deserve to win: gives[ you 110 per cent every Adklnson, They have ,downed PROBLEM:
t't I
even if we'd have won we game.! Coach Atkinson::: say ': ; Santa Fe and tough Palntka I When attempting to work
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wouldn't: have deserved it," of his fast improving sophomore -' ',>,!"\,.....\.,. ",......... : by one point, for instance'1 I an any assignment maximum

he added: ";,:..: '>ut Lake City tore them up. effort should bo exert<-d. This
The Tl ers' 1-3-1 zone with "He keeps his mind: on the ] Implies]! that the mind ]is free
i'n"
three men collapsing on "time and::! always is in them .... from such Interferences a1-
.
'J. 'tildnUrht oil I This is not
Starke's high: scoring cente: trying! to prevent somebody day earning, social activities -
Wayne McLeod worked to per from making- basket and 'tarn y'The recommended] anxiety, and other psychological -

,1 fectlon! when the Tornadoes he's gonna get those rebounds hlnderances.

,l couldn't hit their outside ," the coach says, add- r/ SUCCESS 1
shots The concentration on ing: There I Is no substitute for
MtLeocl left Junior forward "Most of the boys think success In thool work. It 1 I-
brother McLetxl 1A'aynePaul, are shown aboveIciKlirjf
Br(>btr\ White open under the they haven't.. played a good very ri'\vniclini! in its nature
-- -- the Ti>mu"1 game if they don score 12 The pu>>ll] who today Is successful -
I ing of Perry Saturday. night. In the local gym. Junior Wayne,
or 15 points but Paul will be will take pride:! In to-
'he best basketball player to nllli. the hail Is bringing/ down one of hl< I It rebound' of the, morrow's assignment.FLORiDA.

come out of this school in night. l IlIlt he alHO sliomril In 22 polntt. Sophomore; I'unI, T>:

i many a year" back to ...ciinicra hiniled down l 10 rebounds and ..i'.1'1
The Tornadoes put two Iulnt.Ya11e xt<'orinl 28 points the. night before against t RUGS '

wins together for the first Live Oak i Gray Colors to Brighten ; 100UItLUN-All Styles and
time this with their
year sec- Wujne IM. the lauding Bradford scorer with 183 point Up Any Home
ond victory over Live Oak and r ColorsENTIRE
the through Tuesday, a 166 average. 1'inil Is. the teuni'w! leadingrrlioundcr 4 Y \ HeK. $3.1)9: !)!)
Perry victory. The Mc- 'I I
112 to date THEATREShowlimeWeekdays
having Mnuggncl i'
Leod brothers led the way to WRONG $3.00 STOCKReg.
both wins with their reboundIng \

Charley and shooting, Bobby lence in every game. Totals, 15535. REGULAR I'LICK, ) : 7 2.99 lleg. 3.99
I White however led the rebounding STATISTICSFriday's lucsd.iv's Game Another Important consideration I 1
Sunday 3:00.: Saturday $
E / against the Bulldogs! Game BUS 15 9 3 11 -SLake is that of establishinga 1.44 2.00

i with 14 to Paul's 12 and Way- BUS 16 12 14 15- City -9 12 10 12-4< definite study place. It I FRIDAY SATURDAYJan.

Johns I ne's 8. Wayne had 28 point! 57 BHS McLeod P. 4-2-10 should be absolutely free from 11. 15 Door Busters TODDLER

I. and 8 rebounJs: against Live Live Oak 9 12 17 11- Baker. 0-0-0, McLeod W. 1- irritating interfeiences. The Double Feature Program.

Oak and 2 points and 12 rebounds 49. 1-3, White 6-1-13; Reddish: iama study place should be I I Speri/.I. For The Lady BOY'S AND GIRLS SETSREMNANTS
against Perry. BH3-McLeod. P. 2-0-4; Baker 1-0-2: Akridge 3.3-9; Falcon. used at all times. {

Wayne McLeod leads the 0-0-0; McLeod W 12-4- 1-1-1 Totals 15838. By establishing a daily time "As Fussy,a spy
season scoring to date with 28; CrosbY, 0-0-0; White. 2- i Lake City-Todd, 3-7-13.: pUr- routine and a special study I Complete Winter
about this question: I 183 points and a 18.6 average 12-6; Reddish, 3-0-6.; Akridge, 1y 4-0-fl; Smith, 0-0-0 Oreen, \area the pupil will and should film as

"I 1 18. Because of His average was above 18 I 1-3-5':! Falcon, 248. Totals. 1-0-2.; Clements, 6-0-12: Houston become psychologically' ready I could f 112 PRICE Stock Reduced
am age -joints per game until the 22-13-57": 2-4-8:Totals, 161143. for serious application of his you

the poor accident exper- Lake City game. Brother Paul L..O...-CorWn. 7-0-14; Dale ('nerjW'ln: his study situation.I ask to t' V Reg. $1.99 Ref $2.99
ience with youthful driv-I Is second high scorer on the 1-5-7; Blspham, 3.4-10: Bas SPECIFIC ASSIGNMENT it..t I

\ ers, I am having difficulty -I team with 92 points Bobby 3-4-10.:' Allen, 0-0-0; Mitchell B JunJotHMHflfcfc. R The pupil will do well to !" P $1.44 2.00

fretting auto insurance. I White has 69, and Emmett 4-0-8; Totals 18-13-49, Hflfcfc.* determine the specific assignment seeH.Y.JIM'fS' ;

'I hear that Charley E. Akrldge 60 !Saturday's;. Game I *"*i r PlL.c?>-i.. for the study time. If .

Johns Agency welcomes Paul M LE"oi" !, however KITS' ..- 10 10 10 1854 ]| > t *m tJ\t more than one assignment:! i' (MUL'S JUNIOR
substandard auto insur- holds a decisive lead in rebounding Perry 11 1167-3! s k i hi. H i to be completed during thesslon '

applicants is this with 112 throughthe Jjrfa McLeod\ p. 6-3-15, the most! difficult ." SLIM JIM SETS BOY'S JACKETS
ance first 11 games, White I1- Baker, 2-0-4; McLeod. W. 9-
jtruer"lesENTIRE t CORDUROY POI'LEM:
Wayne McLeod had 73. 1-0-2: Akridge 2-3-7 Totals, \
\ to
.'/i Charley E. Johns Paul McLeod and Whit- 22.10.54. 301 ; \? STOCK AND WOOL

Agency are Tornadoes improving, both steadily are near for the the 204.PerryStevens Crulce; 1-0-2, 3-2-8: Edward, Shaw,, l \\1\ \\\.. a)) Heir. $2.!)'!) # Sizes 3.7

131 S. Walnut St. top team in statistics and 0-0-0, Stewart. 7-1-15, Herxford Die Tempe.L J DRIVEINOpen f 1 : Reg
PHONE 964-0201
both are $2-
getting
more 000IOTOftSU.S.30l
exper- ,- 2-2-6:, Rapach -.--:::;; $..' 9 :5.00
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STUDY Htltirs KEY TO 7:00: TECHNICOLOR* TECHNISCOPE*

EDUCATION SUCCESS Show Time 7:15 |m g]A UNIVERSAL RELEASE s
NORTH One of the chronic difflcul ADMISSION4dults r

LA lVSON I 1 {; i-1231 or ties faced by our pupils today 75c Students 60c( J Plus ,.
:
122 Is that of developing good Children Under 12 Free
study habits The absence ol

which spells' dbapjidlhtmeht PHI., SAT.. SUN. DANA ANDREWS BOY'S SWEATERS Ladies Dresses
GOOD' for the pupil, parent, and the Jan. H, 15. 1ft

INEXPENSIVE TRANSPORTATION school, Double Feature Program 100' MRCJLN( (OHLO'f-Wllshahle: All Styles, Colors

! CLEAN the Sue 12-18 and SizesCLEARANCE

JOAJWP )H leg. $* PRICE
.. WOODWARDBER $b.)9) $8.99 Values

1 FOR THE MONTH OF JAN.; 1966 ..JLt.jYEI-.t_ _
. B R oJ $s.00
J'0, rsctutcffiost9ttCHXlCCOPt9 Ladies & ChildrenJR.. BOYS
e t '

'.. Jim Lawson Says: If. You Have the I [TREVORi s'._ p"-T..e: Tennis Shoes Sport ShirtsWhitt's

CASH MONEY In Your Hand When c**oi. ; .. .. r __ '
!1110') ) ; W & W l
i LYNlfY i & ('ollmi -
1 You Walk Into His Lot You Can Buy i 4 l'U'I'TlN
a
::20"-;, .
I All Sizes: Plaid & Solids l Ladies Sportswear
C'N'u.SfJPE
Af Anything There For .$300 or Less fi' Y ta SUN.: MO.V.: TLES. Reg. SJ.J9!) tine: 2-; SKIRTS-SLIM JIMS

Regardless of Make or Model. Plus: Jan 11 1 I;, 17, I II 18 Ileg. $I.))9) One Group
I .-" .....--"'- ,
,
I RIGHT The most eoytl $1.00 $ 1.44 Reg. $7.99


*FOR EXAMPLE* POSITIVE APPROACH incrediblesight $5.00
I The problem must be met{ THERMO BLANKETS
head-on If it Is to be conquered -I 0. ,
The steps: toward success f fl)0') Ka>on-M'-I ; Cot tonG'0;
56 55
1956 OLDS Plymouth Chevy Vz ton .
ful learning experiences are ...Acrjlic- r
2 Door, IIT. Coup. 2 Door. Clean Runs Pickup'\Truc. Looks many and. varied In general you'veever mr; ;.

One Owner. White & Good- and, Runs Like New. there are three positive approaches I $1.99!)! $3.00

Red Interior. Clean. Was Cash Price 'I In acquiring goojstudY'
Was Cash Price i habits r til I Set a regu- 1
Like New- $495 $295 !II WHITE SALE FL.ANNEI.Towels .
I seen GIRL'S
$295 $150 lar time free from outside 15'ED.'f1111R5.Jun. .
."
I Was Cash Price '"
< for study, L21
Interference
and Wash Cloths Sleepwear
I 1 19!), 20
$495 $225 IONEYtSAVED Determine the specific assign-
2-55 Chevy \ ment for concentrated error an incredible orgy of 18 AND 56 100% Cotton Newest ;;
ON THESE CARSALONE. maximum Site 411Reg. Y
r31 Apply energyto
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55 Ford 4Dr. One 2-Door liT and sights and soundsCCU Styles
, the problem
Sedan Radio, Heater One 2-Door Sedan TIME $2.99 .
REGULAR :
: Was Cash_ Price Take Your Choice WE ALSO HAVE The ,selection of a study oet LAST 3 DAYS $9-00
EZY ''TERMS I
Mi
time differs with each Indi! I
j ;
i t' $395 $175 CASH $225 FOR YOU!
' r ; ; vidual. For some it will fall SAN CARP'S JANUARY
I after school and before supper IOFTHEKALAHARI

! MANY MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM I Others period may immediately find a suitable '101-- White Sale

lowing>' the evening meal
1 ON JIM LAWSON'S LOT. MONEY TALKS Some like to get up.early and I A a(NOTOD-STANICV BAKER PfiG&jCmittmurmntonr Narrated GEORGE SANDERSTECHNICOLOR .
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apply themselves to their stu i >i MUHOUNT ncmt ROMA

dies. Many still burn the I "

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.R..tDnJRn tnrwnvrr ''l'&LJt&L\P.; WAJUCB. JLOZD* -
-.-,.- .rw...
r"'''. .. Mama."r. 1"1'1010. 'St&tc' 1"11

t (.r (inilltli.il, l IH. I ,I'll' 'mil riiilntlff M.: MrMIn" I )Ill 5.1 'ii\| ..ifiiur iitinwi, i in. II I'lI d- HUM omplaliil, l will. b* taken. Clerk Charl of A I H)o parbv.CHtuU Court on and Hulforcl.not loiter. than KluilOn g::00. III',' "
i
rl'I"1 'onfuniinl Joy yi"lIhlH ,
Hampton PTA Picas For Funds; action was never consum-\\ I .Ill-Ill"I. Ill till I III. Ml' of IIIV I HIM" noil. I".rI..I., I Illtt Ill lii. I' "Illlllllillt'. "HII'..II. til'It. IIH I i hut its ..hull I I I I.... I piilill"-] Hi Bculnh M. Moody. .1,In 1 nun ry j.i;;, 1UIMI. fur. I th I u pucham "'.
''
I \ mated since Ciosby k n..\\ Iriltft1 iinct l..l lit,T. :NOTICU: 'i'() .'PP1. Alt .1'IIIInllrrlI"r'\. I (It'..*..", .1 l i I' ilnliiikHvlllt I I I '. III ."il.e .!HI..ll wick. for fOtllHlllKB.MIlUc '' U' 1>">"y Cl"U i/u *'3> ot dlen for iiia.ni.fH. i ,,, .
,,
\I "
clear title t to r. MfUIn 0"I.) I U h.'
give a : ,nilKlniilIn I ? WI'tlkK. In of I6T motorcycle IHRK i I", ,
HIitin- "
Hits of Consolidation 0'1'1\ Ill :I'INIIn I \iiib. II I'l' In.rcl hl' niiilfl'il, I I that I Ia \11"10101\ mill Ti,>''l'gr'.I.h.| and bid lilmiku. ,
Philosophy eity due to an encroachment i : |. tile. .rflii' of tin- ,'I"'k" ,' ofllu I IHiiOf'iiil.. ( "JIIL) N..IMM' 7" til MOI.II i* formation ,n,,.,
hut MIMflllll .
tlriull CiMii". .. ..r. mill (.11 Klvnfic I bifun. I 11I""dhl.) \ .* I I3lli. day .r 'I.o P'l1'1'1Ill '' hO "bUII'l'd l I fnirn, "b'H'I "i'f", .
I on Seaboard Air Line railroad I III till. III.OMnuniHcl I ,I' I'lnult' I i-iimt un or M..Bllil .Ii i'l.' \\111
.... .ptiirliliil' til NiUH'crurn HKIllllHI) Mill. I '11115 I ll 1:1: ,
\ < H f. tin7ili ,iluv lIt. Ki'liruwry, limn : .Illllllfliv.' ..' I tinIlilolncH". .1 i ."
)ippoMtion) to the policy of by the then Supeilntendciit lUlit-of-wnv Crosby attempted MI. :M.I- n-riH7 I ;;" I "*uiiit I 1 iinil I '11"II'III''. mid. otln"wl I ii., /llll'llItl".I I IHII:.\L.) the nfflrn
usolirt t 'n': all c'ountyool' I of Public I I1st,1'\1,('UOIl that 1 to purchase the necessary I .1.. Ann, I'lulllH' Uciinoll," 1 you mi. 1""l11lr..1. ,I", miM' u hI'

>. into one urban aicu I when the move was accomplished -' stilp from the Seaboaid. but I, I .

\ Oiled, by the Hampton I ; : Hampton could' be without success Hardy let used < I.

""II\'J\I\t41 i v School PTA i.i u .il\cn u IWW Cafetoilum As to accept title without It.

,;.ned by Its prfsu"nt.\\ late as the first of this school Now Crosby would like to r

it-i" Seaile and :! year at our first PTA meet- : have his $500 back. but Hardy

D.in: W Stalling chairman' Ill//(. our pi esent Supeilntend- thinks he1:1 entitled to half II I II

he Bradford County Board emit, also told:! us that \eiy I In the meanwhile. Assessor I

*, Public InstiuctlonOatei I probably Hampton would net Long has the $500 and has

Dec 27 1965 the let- a new Cafetoiiuin To date. written the State Attorney


tnti'restt'd patents and any allocations of funds foi pioper disposition .

ixpaveri we would like to distinction' 01 tenovations A new law passed at the I I

ow what future plans the In addition. it appeals thate'el1 1965 Legislative session provides -

.> 100! Board has for the basic maintenance fund that any property ownr -

''lumpton Elementary School. have been curtailed We can- r who Is dissatisfied with his

paitlculai we would like not even net window screens assessment may put his property .

know what share. if any. to keep the flies off our chil- up for sale at a figure he

I ne recent( Bond Issue dl'el\'s food in our make- believes to be its rightful I

i ..nehas been earmarked hilt' cafetorlum value If there are no takers

Hampton., and what steps We feel that the Hampton at that figuie. then the asI I ..
Boaid intends to make School Is entitled to a completely essor Is compelled to lower the I y- I''

,,, i ns helping/ the School new plant facility, assessment to the fisuie, set ,

11) .1 i open with proper with 01 without\ air condition- by the owner.

'n id operating facilities Ing- We see no iea.son for being In Crosby's case. however. I

been biousht* to our / excluded from the propose there was a bidder who would It's NewsSUBSCRIBE

,., i 1".t i \ 1.th:? news mt.-Mi\ :! county-wide building expansion have bought the property If .

.. >mires that as of pi'OKI( 'am. We feel that the title had been clear.

u I mpton Is not under we have an exceptionally Therefore. Long said Monday :

"i i, I 111 i for any caplu'' well-rounded educational pio- Ciosby's assessment will standat

\ I' : iintls It Is our b'1 !siam: at Hampton; and we $6.550.THE ,

i ., ">''I 11 school Is entltl 'd would not like to see our children ,

i i. .I i .i prorated sharp dcpiived of quality education -

ins money. We feel that : because of the lack ,

inteiesu have been nett '>(. piopei plant facilities RIGHT POINT ,.,. th

'd ..11111e would like to We ate opposed to the philosophy way you write. Coma In and
all select y.ur favorite ESTER .
of
titled consolidating
I ihi<,>; iei .
Ii a (iecMit. I isjme of the! lad thp\ schools into one urban! RKOOK Fountain Pea. TELEORAPrf. .

We do not feel that out .
t pnpei it was noted that \rea.
the plo;>o ,ed expansions o' 'hlldien would benefit from

Highs such a move. To the contrary .
i Law to Junior ic I IIn: ..'i in,.' < I> M"IIIII\. i.1..1
<:; 'MIU the Anderson Junior ; \\\e feel that It would Imposea 'HIM ..Kl.OIIIIIA HANK -S.
small children XltltNt.K: MltllKK:. IX ,.
I
Ulan:: Sihool and the South hardship! on ,
1112 Hltli: OF PlOlllllti
Id' Elementary School in- We aNo feel that the economy, \' -lIIiiosze oIIIKIMNo ..

,'ludi til condition\ tenohlouuuei >f the community would suf- : (IN I.t.: ::11. link.. t
*mmrt
and other extra 'er and that the community I 'ur. ,"h l], liiljiiiiPHllh *"l diet" -
I lai'littles While we feel that Mould lose its !piidt* and In- hi", 11kM.. mill. l .i ..li In''nm
In l I..." < NN or "!-
",txtias possibly ilvldunlitv These thln /a. we .
Uii) se ate
1"11"" .. :-:ie''; :"| .:,
''Iees.sary. we also feel that believe are conducive to n Unllfil !stales rlnvrrnmrntliliiri '
I llcin.. Jirect,
> andglIl1I.lI
'mi (chlldien: ale being denim good educational proeram.Ve 0, .',..I. ;j. llilTiJ, :7l
bit .11' plant facilities by thenrhision realize:: that the School (>l>ll(> tlonn at Slat'*, and
Boaid ha.s a responsibility to IX'lll I i. ill' Mil b.lllMnlllllH .
of those extiaa.rou .
S5J:; .>l'l||! ._M|
wars aiso the t.eventl the county-wide school pio- I"l"lit.I I lH,illll. I H Mil lllHIIIIH -
i : !hth made classes; weiei iiim. but we also feel that as ..",, ) ::1.| (I"U. 11. 'II
i>d! to Staike from the 'nut of the school pi OKI am. tank |.iriMnlHi-M. .
fin, nlLurn ,
H ml flxtlircH -
( School of the we are entitled to a Just por-
Himpioi!> ( One mid. ullifl. 1' MH-
.> ,II'( I n',isons, hen for this\ tion of all monies available to -".l in r'Mii'-initliiir"
move was that Hampton the schools You have given us himk. |ii' "nilHnn I :I"2.iI.NI) |
lfnl Kntnte: owned other
,ould not be given: any con i good Instructional pioKinm 'limn "I.link ",i iiiuIae.. .. 1.la.I.m,
idc(" utlon for expansions unIt now she!:!\ us buildings to II 1 ll..I .\),.<.,.I H (I).UM'I! *ll,.
1 was stiicth an elemen :louse this pi'oui'am .so that .
.KMM.4' : i':'m i,.'-2.7l21:
'in -.cliool It was piomisei!:1 I oUr quality Munition: will be

omplete _ _ _ Ila bull.... I

feed main base established Dimind .4...o.U. or Individual
Adjusted Rates *. part nuah III..
A farm fulfills the qualify iiitil" i ul" tint'lillniiH. j...lll.,1g: : Ji
For Cropland IIIK lequlicmenl If the owne I'llll, unit HIIXIIIHH. lll'MHllH i.f | (
.> ItiilU UliiulM i inirllitltlliH *-
Announced 01 owners I sinn I! an avtiecmeninul .*)l I|' 1111(1(% I 01'IMII'K-
clhtit at leust one entlinonage ',' I bus 1.S:IJ.1SII a .1 I :
UHM.MIK of T'nlled Stalin.
Adjustment payment I'atelfo' S !! allotment such as: the l i.>"'Illl..III i 17.ill 47 nHi .
entire f"'d(1'lIln/ & base, Ad- unnltH nf .Stit.
dheited undel
cop'.ind; : ditlminl I ciophiiul I then ..... .pulii... ,kalHlllMl
the Adjustment PI'OII'RII1Ita I may iMlollH, 1 1."U..i" .'IOilifl !'
\ ,. l""en aniioiinceri foBi ,' :usa be llu'ltcd\ In fac.t. oiict), : ..il. and OrrirernI OR RENEW TODAY !
idfmrt! County bv Lento] the fnim quilt\ lIfitim. ,nil Innciiiirntl.v I 'h"'I'M, ,.,Ii :y |.n5sriirxi. ,
i >"ri'ci: "'.i 1'1'i x ,-,. Moi() 'un I Ji .. c'hflliinun!, AI'I-! ( used for lops or i A' 'I'",iliil, finund.ii
LIP til"t"I Stabilisation! and the faun,,! may be dl .''eited for | I ii.l>.wliM' ..1711.71 13.5.1:I
ixnmrntThe I III') 'lolul' I I Him I :mid
Con, '''nation County Com
HIIlriUN& ''i.'i|HHitH ::1,11:1 I :I I i.llIs.i 1
mittee. j pioMiam I., open to Ollli. I' llnl.llltlvn' I 1111.1.11111;; .
Pa\m<'nt mtes will be ie- Hums that have been oppi- ,
;ated to the value of ated during the year just TOT A r.
crops
.
\1.1.\1111.1'1"1':01\ :: H "' 11.:11121.1: I II
pl'l'>' lously gl'own. and pio- pi lotto the first year of the

ducthitv on aciensies! put into CAP ajieement: &and! have been .Hliltiil .\.-.*....hI..
th CAP the Chali-, nuclei' the same iwni.shiptliic'e I '"..11/11. C'llllllllllll''
<
Pl'ulIl'l\m. Him" ,'I k. |,al"I' VHllIt* $.11I11.01111.11""
man :-.ti:i when announcing! \'e1l1'l' .befoie the axieenent =No. aii.ir.1111.. -
Howevei. theie are exceptions I h"'I.I .| 12.mill" '"
the !lutes =Nil. ..IlitItx .OUtNtanillnif Name of Recipient . . . . . . . . Name or Recipient . . . . . . . . .
The adjustment late fol'ol'n to the thiee-jeai '. IJ.lMMi,
( 'eJre; >t'nh 40 per cent ol oanei ship Period A new own- "MnipluM''' i 135,1,"'" (nil
th' (county price-support loan ei' is eligible if he acquired I I. ,n.llv'I.I."'il .iiiofltit,. 1HI7.I.I. I : : AuureR8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ;. . ,: : .
I.IMI-IMM' 77 M'":I 711 i ,: \% :
ate The adjustment payment the farm through will or t>ucesslun -

I late per bushel is 46 (, following/ the death of 'l'o'rAI. r'APJTAi AC- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J, . : . . .
tents the previous ouner, Undei CI"1':NTS; 512.:191.l: \ | I IrO'I' ..Addresa

Flu< -cuied tobacco has a some circumstances a farm is . . . . . . . 4aiiiaNellie . . .
.\ I.. LIt RIMTIKflAND !' Your Name . . . . . . . . . . .
!idti.' of 12 cents per )pound eligible If it was boiuht be- : ; CAPITAL: AC-
The CAP annual adjustment foic- Jan 1. I 19n5. A non-own- C'OL'NTS" ,II.x.2.7d.21'pm..r..11 :! I

payment i ate per aci e' ei may enroll n f1l'I1If hi'

foi thee ciops will vary had COI1U 01 of it for the three
.\ \ i i uf 'lulul lit.
IIICTI -
CI'1I11', aim( to fill, ,',in based or ptiomyt'al's and will be lespon.sible ... .
I. II. fill |th 1 I'liiilimlai :;
he yield of each crop establlMied for it c'liiliiK' the .. I' ..I..y.1.1. *

for the [aim. The farm leim of the ajieement: Sill tillh I mil. ..lull5 I :;, :5; 1.H.Ml; .HiAMIIIITI $ 01 He'dl)1.11t) . . . . . . . . . Name of Recipient . . . . . . . . . .
nr IKUIII, I liiiui
I
':ted, per acre multiplied by A [,mm, l is consldeiea to ,, '
Inr I IIIn I :: tlllPIKlllIC.IH .
th< pei unit late for the crop have bcene opeiou-d duilnj iiillnw wllh Adthe38 . . . .. . . . . . . . AduI'e 3 . . . . . . . . . . .
will iesult' in the faims per the past yettiif some or all of ,mil I ilato.. :i.iU'I.Ti3, :' nLllllllH I Ii
i .IIM xi,",.vn 111 ItC'.III .
for the
:ment rate
ac're< pi Its riopliind dlvi lied
V. a. under 7 "T ".\.sts" lireitnpr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
lop the Conservation Reserve ,1..lIn'II"t ofnliiiilliiii .
TIll' chairman arso said us well us Its crops were \' I I riMeixeMir
that (othei cropland on a farmto planted 01 harvested. 7.niin, in) Your Name ..... . . . . . . . . Your Name . . . . . . . . . . .

be Included In u CAP The ASC committee cliaii- i 1..1 i i I':. 'rnrniiiiHiiii.I A...'. 1'iiMii-. ,I .
ai ie. mcnt will be ellalble foi, man said: that lull Infoima- i I.., iif I IIH| ii lm\* nuiniil, liunliil"
.I"\llly. HWfiu' thnt IhlM. ri*>
idiustment payment lutes lion Is available nt the Buul-, I IHII.I i.f i."".IIII..n IH I 11'".' 1..1. "
aril, from $3 to $5 an ford A'IC3.County! Olflce. located inrti-ii I. ii' the h.- t..t mknnuliMlite >'
.1, re ''ependiiu! 01th(' pioducuv at 131i N. Temple Avenue .anil I In-llcf
I'i.I ..I-\I...,.t.r: I I.! 'F ,silIuis..u.'s. .
t\ of the ciopland Hours are front 8 a. m \'. ii !i\vii.i, : (: Nalllo of RcC"lvlellt" . : . . . . . . . Namc 01 Recipient . . . . . . . . . .
Agreements wil co\ei me to to 4:30: P. m. Monday through .H. I i.. t IM-II\: : .1 111i .
ten years i i'. i I.: IIKIINVXi.r: : :

ni1av:! I>lr.otop. AddlCRJII . . : . . . I. . . . . . .Address . . . . . . .I. . . . .
Th' siui-up for the' Crop- Applications to paitlclpate Stile of ii.rld.x.u.llflty .
(; i>f Brnilford UN*
land Adjustment Program In the program, cannot be "' anbscrlbtd, b.. '
will begin: on :Monday, Jan epted until,, : Monday Jan \ fi.,io Sworn tm.. tn lliln and 7th day i>f .Inn . .: . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
nan, I '.all. II Iii I I In.n-liv l"r I >
ASCS IIc-1
the
31 at County Office the date [ ,' the
opening) 01 ,
I tint I I .I ..IfI.r or illi -
'' pi't'lod. i I.. ,,.r., inn.1 I 'thin" lankNolai HII. Your Natits . : . . . - . . . Name . . . . . . . . . . .
I I"I' 1i4. ..l" III'I.I': := I':. Ot.MOIIO\\'. .Your
: \ I I'ul.ll. .. !Slnti-. ..t I"i..i.I.hi..
CAP Outlines I Question/ : MoniinlMMlon. ; ., exphfM' Kvbruniv .
EligibilityRequirements I I U:!, 1 '104IIIIMllll' .

I What To Do

: IIP* I 1)5 IIION Of
l'IIt"'I' I'IIiIi: \I. S 55 IN(1Hn
Eligibility/ requirements foi With The $500 j \ \ IIIVN .\ ...IK.i Sri>

participation In the 1966 H I III-IIIIII. *'\HKt KIXKIW i :: .sr O\'I 1'I'IK:l Ktl'.M-t'1.0:"K Rates: Year $$3.50 In Trading Area --. $4.00 Outside Trading Area

Cropland Adjustment Pro- I Pa IIII King/ Solomon' IIIM: ::11. .11X1:%.
Btam have been outlined bv It would take the wisdom of I ,\mmrl. .

Leaton Morgan Jr.. chairman. that Biblical< character to I KIlHl" I XloitiriiUTM i I..."II N
I on ti-ii[ | I'ntHli, *
Agricultural Stabilization and know what to do with a 1'1'1'-1 1.5H'l.lii7) .
$
I :N.i: l >
Conservation Committee taln $500 now' in the custody ,I..... ". ninl, .Hu\lniri, .. I
.
Observing; that the program of Bindfoid County Tax As- I .Xiii'linlM' ', I I ll.i'lill '' "
.
l n li 111 I HH nil
designed to help) farmers heasoi Oene Lonu ,,
was ..n..I I In bnnkM 2J7OuU
divert cropland fiom produc- The $500 in qu.Uon'as I KIX..,ll I IIHHCta !I..u
tion of surplus ciops to con- placed In escrow Ian required I 1 ..in......,latlnn. t t.Ttis'

ceivatlon uses under tang- by law I by Aidell CrosbY I I I lunri.-il(otlii' .t'lin-irim\ ..m H.JKA

term agreementsfive to 10 when he put up u piece of 'I'llTAI X'J-'IITX': $1..SJI.JHII :; :! Bradford County Te1eiphI
years -- the Chllll'manlaid I pioperty foi, sale at 3.000 .liihlllllM.IVIHWI4 ..
Aiiiinntl $1.Mil,21i1nii4iii : '
that participants will receive lather than pay taxes on the
I \ fri.>m l-Vileral. I III..no
adjustment payments! calculated 6.550 valuation us fixed by > 1..0 Hank !lllli.t1Hl' '>''<
to partially replace income I Long!! The property Is a wet e- I.. ..in,. In Cim' ..>.HII I :lit.7114I '
which house building at the northwest I"I 'Hhi.i '.I..hl. llllli.. tl.St: I
fiom the ciops I 1. .". ..1 lit. ..r-. 1 I.Ml1'
would otherwise be produced Intersection of CherTY I ."1.1,1 I 1151i.l.I. t ,
on the land : and Washlnaton\ Streets i: ".Al. .I.I Mill.ITIH.M I: $1 IfH.SHl '
eli I In subsequent sale the I II K ).I ls..Il. .11., rn- a
In general faiim are .. ..... .
I I ut|> -N- niimi-il. .\ Inl.I un
dible to take part in the CAP piopeity was bid in by Eldon I I" -. I I. II. .,li,) Mffl.lll. lllHt, 'Ihlfl i.
have a crop allotment or Hardy at $3.000, but the tians-


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I. 90th Anniversary CelebrationAt :r'r'J, Mm.. Avory, Slado and child- |I I10m. STUDENT 'National Guard Feed Grain SetupIs Mayor's Court
i
I Peggy' I-iicas and Cliff Slade I I I COUNCIL Paid $83,973For SimilarTo i Willie Mae Dlerk. 43. of
Hope Baptist Church. Jan. 16
attended. the Georgia T<*.*hIVxiii Field TrainingMinihcm Last Year's Norfolk Vii driver of a car
Tech football! game, ill H\ 0"1'1'1Iuoty: which collided on Jan 5 with

Hope Baptist Chinch of the new church was butlt I lh<' I 11.: ... Howl( in J/ll'I.onvllI... < ,dud! dale (.'"...khite : of tlu lou .II Nutionitl l'.nmei-H in B"Hlrol',1" County n 1065 Oldsmobile being driven -

Theresa will celebrate the | some/ ten years after the organization Ni-w YCJIIS RVC.I IIif' Biadford. High)( Student I Ctiiurd U milt. Co. Hii.iul who pi' ,in, In In'Id- pal t In by P. D. Reddish. Bradford

90th Anniversary ot Us ornan-1 I meeting The land I DliinniRliule.. daughter ol! Comic i '1 u I ini-ctiiiR* / on Jamuirvll : :: S|1'1.l Hn, wen. t* p.wl$1IJ.1173.1 the I I1WH) ( l<'i-d ;i .1 nn I 1"''' I'.nt. County Sheriff, was fined
: Izatlon on Sunday. Jan. 16. Mr and Mrs. Sliidt el- I 1 \c .i.s called: to older by
on which the Ion house stood Avory > Tuesday
: IS for attending the will Und l that -dgnup, pI'cteikii'e : $37.50 in city court
with a special service at the I was given to the church(: by I'Uiitted! her eighth birthday at piovidnu Jimmy DoiiKlas... who I l.p> dn.v.M ol'ii unllll I field, tiuin- and gvnetul( progtnni i te- night She was charged with

'j morning Worship Service hour MI' and; Mrs. John Phillips the home of her parents New I hen lead a cablegram which ing and the training uHsenibliea -I quirenuMitH this yt-cir are( siniha I failure to have her vehicle
of 11 o'clock following the I That original church. built Yenr' Eve.Friends was sent to tinAmeilcan
those
J at the armory durinxllltiO r to followed for lastyu"s under control and causing an
Sunday School session at 10. '] some 80 years ago still stands of Mrs. Agnes Forces in Viet Nnm prior to :!. uccording to C''m'O3AL. feed grain. program ,ac-, acrid"ntOther .

Hope Church was organized and has been Incorporatedinto L Whltehtitid will he glad to the Chrlstnui.s holidays by the I Crosby J I'., personnel i-oithmt to Lout on Morgan, Jr., i ichilliman cases heard In City:
on Jan. 15, 1876 In a Presbytery the present sanctuary at know she was able to leave Student, Council on behalf of ,1 officer.( of I the Agricultural court Tuesday night Included:

called by Elder L. W. the recent remodeling of the Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville the\ student body. It lead as GuarilMiiirn tiro paid one. I Stabilization und Conservation. i i Claudie Hampton. 36. ofStarke
Klckliter and Silas Weeks, according church. lust week and returnto I lollov-( ,
d.iy'H' military pay for ouch County' Committee. | conduct. and
l: disorderly
.1r ; to the minutes of that L. W. Klckllter. the first her home. We the sttidenla of Biad- training assembly: and each For example the Hi si. step I
$34.
meeting which have been pre- pastor. served the church as I Mrs. Lealer Lang and son. 'Iii( ((1 CountHlul' 1 School at i ,day I while attending annual I II in taking part In the programU I trespassing.Joe E. Manous. 4H. Orlando.

/*eivcd for nearly a century. pastor at Intervals for a period I Hershel Johns of Clay Hill Stark" Florida. wish to ex- I field tiulnlng. I : to fill out an lntentl m-to-
assault $102.50.
J. H. Moare; was elected Clerk of 32 years. J. H. Moore visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter no I- oiii .latitude I for them I The local' mill will conduct !I II II partlclpate form at the ASCiI'ollnty > \ and battery

and wrote the minutes of the served as Cleric for 32 years, I Lanthripp and family New ihii.s and perils you are I weekend trumlnK on Jan. 15- i offli-a. Tills can be dune' :Michael L. Geary. 19, Jack-
death. Year's Day.. 'i tuiuuii I to I I di'f\, \<'nd the freedom at time the sonville failure to have vehicle
meeting. until the day of his | 16. Membuis' will .spenil the uny during: signup/,(
The organization meeting Merle Packham present Mrs. Bolford Whitenant! has -\c abundantly enjoy. i training" ; time icpu.irlng ve- period' hull will begin January under control causing an acci

., was held In a log house Iou pastor of the church will returned to work after being In I i Ins holiday season we I hides, und conduct I I UK classes. 21 and continue through dent. $2750Frank .

ratod t on land belonging to preside and speak at the anniversary confined to her home and lend uui' deepest\ heartfelt 1 (nn vui lulls technical subjects, April! 1.After. I Mitchell. 66. Hampton -
I I several days stay in tho hospital leliergstriiiu! .ood( wishes und our unnnlinou.s public intoxication
Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips. I service Features of i mien lilt ratIo n-pnir, welling. a producer has signed
This Information. not In the the program will Include: the I U.,.. K. II. Butler Rev. Bergstrom supuoit for your efforts und iiircruft, nialntuniinc-u. up, lie is ichpuiiMiblu for i I 111 I $52 50.

minutes. was supplied by reading of a history of the Mrs. Ltoiiia Miller returned By Acclamation Two miMiibcia of t Hie unit diverting\ atieugc from corn John E. Gelx::<*l. 21, Staike.i .

Cleveland; Sullivan said to be organization[ of the church: Rev. R. H. Butler home last week after upend Is New Pastor I Sludriil Body gl'II,
the oldest living member of and its early beginnings: Pastor Of Calvary ing the holidays in Indiana Bi-udford HlKh Aviation (o'lIl'"ht': Coin-.se.s' /) : I 2)) designating! the ncreige Intoxication $55:

the church. He lisa-been attending leading of The Church Covenant and Illinois with relatives.Mr. At BoatdrainRev 1, The president, ( then read lust Dec-ember.( Warrant; [ Officers of land to be diverted I ,I

the church fo*\, at! adopted by the mem- Baptist Church and Mrs. Louie Carter ; the reply. iei-clve.1( fiom GcnI "" William R. McLt'ndonj' ) mill establishing iipproved" constnation I
Bemstiotn, liea'pastel' !
R E
years, and he and hi* wife bel'S of the church and a call: I and Nancy of Clay Hill visited of the Buatclralii li.iptlst I| einl W C Westmoreland. and Thomas I.. Moore! gl'III-1, use on that land.I .
Sunday afternoon with :Mr. CciliimtiiKU-i' of the U S :\11111I I ( :.it maintaining the tmserv-,
have been members since for a pledge renewal to this lid ted from the nclinol. iittc.i'I '
1915. .* Q covenant by the present Rev. R. H. Butler I is pastorof I and MrH. Buford Higglnbothii Church moed. to stmkcthis LII'y Assistance Command. It eight inoiilh.s (of intcii.sivetunning I I I ing' base 41\ ('cage on his I Iu'm.IIlId HOUSEHOLDPESTS _.
with his wifr and I
According to the minutes members; special recognitionof the new Calvary I3.iptl.itChurch and grnnrlchiIdaen.Miss week \u-iul as follows( : and I are filial. i liucl ) l II) not exceeding! the
after the church was organ older members of the ( which hell: Its organ- Betty Prevail of Law- six children and the family Is | YOIII 17 Dt'crnibrr telei.ti'atnexpit's.stis't helicopter pilots. lei'd" gram,; butte on /any other
l/.atlon meeting last Sundayat and Mra. Schmell located at 402 E. South StiertRev. I I If DooI.....,.
the Icy Lyle .suppoit" by theatiidi'iits (arm/ in which he hall an In- .
ised in that firbt meeting church ill both educationalunits .
"The unit had
just few
n
its location. coiner Cherryand and daughters of Jacksonvillewere I Bergatiom lias been \ mini, UmwiI" ...
terest
of Brndfoid( Mul-gun explim
following people presmt"Btl'Uck" : and expanded sanctuary Madison Streets I former pastor! of the church( sinceNovembrr. County open in!:.. for q 1'101' hilled ii j)|>'li1'iint.s. I "........
dinner ;
Sunday guests of (Farmers
effortsif who It willIe
School the
hands and made a Illuh for ," Caps' .ra.. limes F. Bloodworlh request .-... -
I but has been commuting ) -
Gospel Tabernacle building Mr. and Mra. Buford HigglnI toie.s III Vietnam eligible;; to receive 51)( .
in ( our in nied per C.In _
live together
covenant to The minutes indicate that ..ksonvilli-. I mill i counn.mdiT i sit iii,
Around 300 persons attended bothain und grandchildren. from Jin I mid! cxl.cndiim st'.ison.s' cut of any diversion payment
Christian J. H. Moore enrolled
Love: 64 members were by I 1111'Luthl' "and tliosu that enliHl must
lAw service and Presbytery Mrs. Richard Covey and where he is iiltendins I Hii-v under
to
mayxpict earn
/Kifi-tinw.s: Is dn-ply appi'ecisted. -
Thomas Dixon John Smith the church between the dateof In1 In u position tu iillcnd, ail
which was moderated by Mrs. Lyle Schmell of Jackson- RI..-,' Si'iiilnarv"' Rev. I | I Urn 1 1I161S!) !!( piogrum ut the timethl'Y
Mrs. Barbara Moore and Edy its organization and the tiainniK. : UHscmbliv.st as uell nil'
Rev. Ed Ballew of Way of The Villa viMiled Monday Inol'ningwith Bersstioin' attended Oak lulls I hnvn [forwarded\ the, lelc- I si;,:n III>. The balance, of
'
Dixon. next official business' meeting complete: the active duly tiain-
Cross Baptist Church. Jack- Mrs. Buford Higgin- Bible In.stltutP In Minnesota I Ihu I ci divcisii payment iuinel
Command In-
t to I the !
gi tin
According to Sullhan. the | 30 days later. Among/ thoseI \ ; lug 1''llIIU'cd( ,
/
Faith And ]lias been In the mlntstiytheie
sonville. Ai tides of both.inj.Mrs. loiniiitioii\( Oilmen for dissem anti uny pi-It'c-suppoit I ]I'\-
new congregation: continuedto I I members were Josephine Sullivan were lead by Rev. Gerald Ellis GKldens of Jnckuonvllle since IHliJ His. last IUlilloll I to otu t.I'IIUI.H1.1 our I ini-ntH ,ilni will be made next!
meet In the log house until member No. 30, and Ru- before comlim. to More Fires Fewer (I
I bin Sullivan member No. 41. Suggs!! of Faith Baptist! visited Monday with pastorate militaiv: ncwbp.iper\ i| fall after conipllimi c with the
.. Church. :Macclenny. and tne Mrs. D. B. Grlfns. Florida was the Neblsh Community '651 I mt<'lItiun-l-pUl.tldplIle can bo
T "...... the mother and On behalf, ( of nil HIP service-I! Acres Burned In Phone
1'.". .--1 FAST CLAIiI i They father were of Cleveland Sullivan charge to the church was Mrs. Dorothy Waters pent I Church In Minnesota men In this command. I extend | ,I di'lcrnilnurt, This udvam pay
preached by Rev Alton Dobbs Sunday with Mr. and Airs. Revival sf'l''lces11I be my heartfelt( thanks to Forest Service Says ment provision makes cash

LJ .SERVICEMERRITT j long active In the churchMemboiship of New Beilln\ Baptist Church. John Waters and son. I conducted by RoBerBstrom each member\ of the student :I available during the spiing 9643965Florida
the church
of OceanwllY. Fla.Appreciation. Mi'.. Dorothy Waters visited at the Boatdrnln, BaptIst body of Bradford I Illuh School Brudfoid: County had more 1 planting; HIMSOII, for the crops
:v I now lists 255 members according Is expressedto : last Tuesday In Macclonnv Church( on Oilffls Loop, lot this welcome display of woods fires reported bv the I grown on the farm not cover-
the
"'-";) to J. D. Oilffls. all churches and Individuals with Mr. and( Mis. Rhobu-g btartinu Sund.iv and continuing !. Florida Forest Service.' III 19(15( eel )by) th" diversion progiain
-- Mlp)0lt!>|) t
present clerk. for their assistance In the and Mr. und Mrs. Larry Henry thioutrli, / Jan 23. Seivlt-e.s Sti u-ei'i'iy. than in 1964 but fewer total The County Committue

l f H.WILLIAMS An Invitation this Is; extendedto Anniversary service Dinner was served on and children. The Henry: I each: night I nt 730.: W C. WcHlmoipland acres binned I (cliali-man/ said that full de- Pest
all to attend -
the grounds following the family have recently return Gciiprnl I U S.: Aimy Sixty-two flies were repotted t tiillrt nn the program are

Service says PastorPackham. morning service. from, Hawaii und will be leaving -I, Clung sPent| list... weekend. In Comtnaiullnu' \( In the I 12 months just available at the ASCS County Control
.
117 N. Walnut St. soon for Ft. Benning Ga. I Veri BLVich( visiting )'T 11'. and, : It was rupolled that theKtiitlent clohed. us cotnpiireci with 54 Offli< 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJMAXVILLE Thursday night visitors ofMr ;Mis. Henry Wpllhausen. On handbooks me In the In liXii) Aries burned In 1 19l>5 I being. m.iilud; to nil feed giainfarmers ,

Phone 964-5391 Funeral ServicesFor and Mrs... Avory Slade und th'iiiitui. n trip home they I pi! Cress of bcinn pi toted( and totaled 119 8 as compared' I this week

B. HaynesIn family woe Reand Mis vLsi ted the old VVellhiui.sen. will IJ<. ready, for dlstilbutlon' with 34U.3; arias binned In

Reginald Taylor of Jacksonville Place on the halifax 1 Kivi-r. I the lust of Kcblliaiy It was 19G4 i,
Winter Haven pnstor of Long Biunch ; Bob Total lalnfult during! 10i3(
illHnd Mr''' MrClung- stated that one clime per person I WIN A PILE
Plaza By !Mrs. A. C. Slade Baptist Chinch.Mr ami. family h.id,..I IIH their supper I for handbooks would be was 7:1: .64 inches, more than

Funeral services for Bun and! Mix A vUI'y Slado: guest Sunday night I ItevBuhby ? I 18 Inches less limn the 1UU4 In
collected humerooms.I
I by
,
2894191AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&A<<
Barber Shop Haynes, '73, of Winter Haven Phone and family were Sunday dinner Knight:: pastor of :Mux total! of 92.21 inches Annual

r Starke Plaza! were held at 3'30 p. 2fl.Thursday. A .i I.iI guests of Mrs. Jessie Willis ville Baptist: Chunh.Mr. .. I the After Student soniLdlscussmn! Council\ \phI on:!. average for the past 50 vein* KOCH CASH POTNo
I Jan. 6. In Oaklawn I and children and Mrs., W.' nd Mm. C. C. Crosby is 63 92 Inches.

Near Winn-Dixie Cemetery with Rev. Cyril N. 'I liriil-r-T.Mtlin I M., Slade of Hampton. of Stal ke spent!> last Saturday% |i Jimmy Dotiiilus( slated that Of the 62 total woods, fires Pi..iIrs: to !Solve, Not lung (I.. Writ P. Nn
Stirrup rector" of St Paul's MISH, Hazel Maria TUI ncr of( Gayle Lut-iis uttcnik'd, a i here with Miand, Mra' Randolph ;-j they would order a pin foi durliiK the past guam43 werelepoited Slunipn t<" I.lck No OM gallon.. ,lint Cnntn

Andy Dobson Episcopal Church of Winter Muxville and John Clifton Tyson party over the weekend at I Crosby. i I I each member and they would I to be incendiaiy I lat't In "MIK; 'h \Vet-U. or !Snvnral Tlnimt a flny

Proprietor Haven. officiating.Mr of Murclcnnv were united l the home of Kathy: Allen in I Newcomers" to the rimimun-" be obligated to pay.A Oil, puipotiel I : nine were the anti Met' Yniir HKK "('IL. h Pot" Ticket,
in mui-rlnge In a candlelight motion sos' made by Andy
Haynes died TuesdayJan Baldwin.! Ity III e..2tli'; und :Mra.< Hubby result of MiiokliiK. foam from
YOURTnOSACE. : Last Week's
..stated that the Winner
4. In a nursing; home at ceremony Tuesday, Ue'f'.lnber) MI' itnd Mrs. Joseph Lucas Parl"r-lt and childit'ii TheHaclKflt Mlytonhlch lightning four from trash- .. '
APPRECIATED; 21 at 8 at the horn! of Student Council should vote )1.\ \ IIEAICI)
pin. and !
Winter Haven following a Claude keen attrnded the > family' are ouiMipying bllrnlnl4.lnd/ three were caused -
,Ions Illness Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mvglue March of Dimes Benefit ShowIn I the former 'red l Neesc house 1 I on the school flax/! Instead of by machines.
--:"'_= In Marrlenny( brother-in-law j the student body. This elec- Cash Pot Now $: 25.
late Ovid Jackionvllle ,
; The son of the Friday night.{ off JMcLcllan Koad.Mr. .. I I
he and ulster of the tfi-ooni No- Mr. and! Mrs.. lion will be counted bv
and) Mary Cason Haynes. Robert KII.I- and Mrs. Case und'
i Ti, and Lilly public Tommy :\Iygluc.: Mon have | ulur vole In.slcacl of POP-I Qualify tttmgt''' / unit finality rrv.er.prvons. .
was a native of Starke moved back to their daughter moved last uiokI TIlE KK2IIT! POINT for. 1MB
12 Wides I moved to Winter Haven in oniclatlng.Piirejits. home hej-e on Mc-Lclliin Roail( I Mini) the Hat tie Nolan. house, majorityKen! WilY"-"" St rite. ('ol...ic in mid I III.I.t _ at KOt'lI'M DUUiS.. Hitve Your Next R.1I

1918. He was affiliated with of the bride nre Mr. I after living the past. .. year in I to I the .Jall""''' Column house! Scott made a motionto ( your favorite, i.STKIC: filled

Custom :Made (II I the State Bank. later entrrlnu and Mrs., Kenny Alford Turner Tampn. (on :M.u! t clc.nnv( Houri.loll. I Kpoiisoi n Marth of Dimes / .j at KOCH'S- Free
-- Delivery
of Matville and! the Mr.,[ di Ivc lie then amended his
and' .
For .Florida Llvlnf I postal service! HA assistant Mrs Ijrslie HWI1I11! ... "Kniallnu; Bell ,retinni'dto "
postmaster In the Winter grooms put I'll In me Mi.bl'llle-1 of Lawtry spent Sunday with | IKT' UII II II II. Texas; hoiiunl< '- I motion and stated that Jimmy '' .

(";*' More Haven downtown office. Retiring Mis. Oliver Tyson of )' Mr. and ;Mrs. Dan Punish., !I to!' ..Hundn/f| / I the holidays huie Dou-ila.s:- .should appoint a' pe't I t 1T r- .

YOU from this position after n.V. I The community extends its. I' with iflatlveH.'' I committee tu work on tins | P. t
For Your $ $ $ The bride, wax lovely in a ) ', pio.lett. It wits voted on and'
35 years he became a mem- sympathy to '11'8. Hattie No- ( \lUI Or Til.NKH:
No Salaried or Commissioned bership representative for the white satin dress featiiiinKJ\ : Ian on the death of her Mister, Our lieu ntfelL thanks IH 'X- passed. Scott volunteied to \ If you like going f/

Winter Haven Chamber of I low neckline and fur trimmed I :Mis. Leila Brown In D.iytonu' tended! to all our many fneiuH, head, this committee and' .PE1
Employee sleeves! She wore II ha Idtl veil "first class" you'll like this ;.
President
Commerce. over the weekend. i for, t their" kindnesses, .s_vm pa Dounlas\ appolnledCuthv II ,
I
)flAt) & mt A I) LARSEN I Mr. Haynes was a member" (: iincl a corsage of white cm'nations. '11'11. HOHS HiKKinbothum thy /and floral olfeitngs .shownIn Hitchcock.( J. Roy Traveler.

LIKE TO WORK ; of Beymer Memorial Methodist With this she phone visited! Monday! In St Vincent's, our icccnt sorrow., 1'1: pi,cial- Chnt. ...pn. David Ppnoyer. I SMITH-CORONA

Church and of the Association white nrreaHorlcH. Her tinly Hospital with her.. Kiarid- I.V to the ladies of the H.imp-. Paul] McLorwI. Beth Sco:{itlns. S

YOU Benefit : of Postal Supervisors nrn.irm-nt. was a Single!! strand I daughter little Carol. John ton, Baptist. Cli ii,i''h for nil I I hi'foot Itany IIit<-hr'r. Jimmy PaUl I .- I Ia

I He 'was formerly secretaryof of pearls. son. .! wlllih sacs piepuiuil, ( May IllS und Joan n Thomas to -.. ,, '. 4 't
the Florida Philatelic Society Mother or> the bride those Donnlc Colonial, son of Mis. ] OCKI; bloH.s C'llI'h of you. Avoiy work with him. *

AllSi/.eson )Display and was a graduate of i I for the wedding, a blue uiitnt* F. B. Coleman spent the Sl.aile, and family. i John Odom made a motion

8.10-12 WideaI'i Jones Business College In with black c-CH.torius., The I end! in Jacksonville with that the Student Council i

1 Bath!' Jacksonville. I groom's mother was dressed and Mrs. D, F. week-I I suggest to the School Board i

and Expandable; Surviving are his wife. Na- in light';. blue and black acccaHorlos. daughter.: BOWLINGI I a journalism, class for next I

omi W. Haynps. and one Following the wedding a reception Mr. and Mm. Ray Pellum'' ('O\l ..tlUI\I.: ; LCA; < ri: I IQtnilro I yoai's curriculum with a
daughter.; Mls. Martha Hay- of Jacksonville and Donnie ) TVTrtlrti. T>;ii-tji moved I Iinto I .
New and UsedSYr. was hold at the My- I Colemun ; '- 't IOIlt'ad'thi; ; ; i' ,
tics both of Winter Haven: glue home. The bride's table were Involved in nn n I I

financing available and five sisters Mrs. Emily holding the wedding cake was I auto accident Saturday nightat I week\Ith a four-point victory i iover STARKE

| Faver. Miami: Mrs. W. T. covered with a law cloth and Lane Avenue and Normandy Clay Elcctilc Bill Lovell.

------ Saxon. Richmond. Va.: Mrs lighted' candles decorated the 1:' Blvd. All escaped injury with a 608 set. including/! BUSINESS
U.Our' Rental-Pur- I Bertha Pearce. Starke: Mrs tabli\ .. ; except Mrs.[ Pellum und she 248 ame. led SMP. while

chase Plan-Payments 1 Lillian Phillips. Lake City: The bride! attended ,nrhool I was admitted to St. Vincent's I I Walt EXImoiidson led Clay "" .;;

Under $50 PerIonth: and Mrs T J. Thomas. Val-] at Oceanway in Jacksonville Hospital Mrs. Pellum is ex1 I Electric with 552. DIRECTORYAUTO j :" "
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i dosta. Oa.I and Baldwin Jr-Sr. High 1 petted to be rcJeased the middle Camp BlandliiK/! 1''mall1.In\ r
of this week. I 1 !second place. winning three
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I School. The groom attended I II I
I 1 Water Systems I i school In Macclenny.I I i Mr. and Mis. Don Elrhelson to one over the Starke Jay-i i iI REPAIRS I IEarrs .
NOIEMobile and children left Sunday to I I II L \
To Be Bid I newlyweds ate making/! I! return -i I cecs. Cliff Orlffls set the pace ? _
; their home In :\Idcclenny.I I to their home in Le-xing- 1 I fw! Blandinx with a 563. while ) -
Parks ton Park. Md. after spending! dene Rayburn was high foi! Garage
Home SitesAVAILABLE 'For State 4'<>."".tl.- I'lirty t
I 1 ),lrH. Letha Bell Wellhauxen I, the holidays here with Mrs.F. I tlie- Jaycees with 538. I ..U.I KINDS OKAI'TO .

I The State Cabinet has uivi entertained at her home Wednesday i B. Coleman and son. I Oem Jewelry stopped Ter- KM'\IK: WORKAll it.

i en the State Park the go- night of lallt week I I Tommy Pellum daughter of i wlllegar three /names to one I I II Work Guaranteed

Full Lake Privileges ahead to request bids for lie.* i 'with a cosmetic party. ),,11'. and Mrs Ray Pellum of I Do)nn IP Baifwell'.s 594 was !iI I'liiiim,. 9"9-) ?96'fI. ( i r :

Homestead Exempt water systems at Oold Head I I \During the party a coxrnetl- Jacksonville underwent suig- I I high for Oem and Clyde Tel'-' SI \\ aliluit. Stark.IJi't ,

Financing )I Branch State Park. and Magnolia -| clan fiom, Jacksonvlle demon- I ery Tuesday" at St. Vincent'. | vnIllejiAr\ / led his' crew with 526 I (!
State Park near Keystone I xtiatcd.. the proper way to apply Hospital In Jacksonville. Tommy Draw-Tlte. paced by Walt .\ ) SERVICB. ; CLASSIC12 I 1 I II
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Lake Geneva Heights muke-up She applied Is the KI'anriliaughter of Koby's 53 series. took a 4-0
Bids will be imixht for a makeup and hair dos for Mrs. j Mrs. F. B. Coleman win from Faulkner's Sinclan Gilbert S. Brown

6.OOO iiyxtem at MaznolU.: Hnntaie Cannon and Mrs 'I Carol Johnson daughter' !! of Buint-ll Dyal's 532 was' high' Standard. OH Service" Station I !I by SMITHCORONA9This it... ........_ J
Trailer SalesOn Cold Mr. and :'11'8. Gene Johnson Is I> ?h ?Rs I IJ ,
and a It 500 sYstem at Joseph Lucas.Following for the lows. ATLASTIKK1 troadshouldered portable outperforms everything :Goed IIouMllHp flg
Head the demonstration confined to St. Vincent a Hos- I Staike Lanes called Independent class. It's handsome versatile easygoing.. and built for ........" ,.
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Route 100 One Mil SE: The watt .tynlrm are apart refreshments were nerved. i pltat.Hd Telephone's number Terms Road Service! [ extra duty at home and office.CHANGEABLE. >

ol *7i construction theuriu'ti I'old H.mls. MrI ._. .. .. ,
Keoy tone llrifht* to the fix guests enjoying non of and .stopped them three points Phone WW-7071 r :'" ).

Open Sun. & Evenings program to be ..rried out at n"" ,'sinfl.I I, und Mis. Leon Harris under- to one n. Biummett led 1117 N. Trnnult'. Strike .-__ .-,,-.-- -'-OJ --- ----.. _, -- -
thet".o parks duilnit the ( :'\\oP\\S; went suigery again :Monday in Starke, Lanes with a !505 set '-

1965-87 biennium Long HrniHh, IVrplint St. Vincent's Hospital "wheie while Einie Patrolled. a 470 I i HURST'S TYPE". .' 40 optional special accents

The new nteepl which was he has. been confined for the set< l for ITC '' nWR' and characters that custom
gives a
Slit: I. 1* i simply snap on; you
past several months 'IDandll1l
Business"If built several weeks ago for reroveiingfrom Standings: SMP.: 48-24. -I
GLASS That'8 Our the 'hurch wax placed on the burns. receiver) In un accident ] /. 46-26, TervUllvKai. i j Service Station '"- keyboard in an instant. Five inexpensive sets. '. "

building last Thursday. at his home here. Harold 41-31 : Gem 39-33: Fauikncr.\ Can Oils LubricationCoixltrur :: .. > y'' JEWELED MAIN BEARING for I Ions-lasting I fao>
It's Gla-w- We Have It"I A house Is being Is expected to be able to Tlrrs A ButtrrltwKOAI "
new pump 36-36( Clay Electric. 33-39: ,
return to his home soon and : .;.,,; .'___ tory-ncw precision and performance. ,i&Xuu-wiXi: **"*i\
CALL WRITE or VISIT. built thH week and ther Diaw-Tlte. 33-39: Juycees. 32-1, II) SKRVICKiol : : I

FOR ANY: GLASS NEED minor repair jObs are being' all his playmates. are looking/ 40: ITC 28-44 Starke Luues. ,| ::1!,I mill HID) -SlarkfSIIKKT KING; SIZE CARRIAGE two inches longer than most, for extra big,

done aim on the church.Ml. forward to his return home 24-48 typing jobs, like reports, charts and ledger sheets. MUi"-**'*'* .*"* +4
i : MKTAI.: WORK
We Design Modern Store Fronts ,. :/1.... KIII'II..tI..mber. | Cheryl und Jeffrey Northof /

For :\ < of the Mt. Zion Jir-ksonville spent last BO trim.tivi'iisr HANDSOME VINYL CLAD STEEL: CASE ./0. at no added cosr.....,
I'H Pattern
Just Mail A
:: Sheet
HaptiHt' Church plan. to work "Wednesday and Thursday herewith i I' \ : ciiriu; < n fhompson

.. Top iig.iin Satiudav on the new their grnndpn rents. ),,11"1 !Sundae:! School. 10{ a. m Metal Works COME IN TODAY AND TRY THEM ALL

SHEA'S ..l.Iii. ions uml.T consl ruction .and Mm John Nonti u-hil \toinlnv( WOI' hlp. II a. m
$ GLASS CO.NOT their mother :Mrs.. Rogei All Type: '* Metal Work
i here I Trl\lnll1\ Union 6:30: p m Only) $
KSTIMATK3 FABRICATION
I I'KKXON: : 1.. North was. confined tu her I Ev..nln Vtc. .ship 7 7 :3D p. in $121.59 Tax
AN1 n INSTALLATION
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( INC.) Mr. slid MrJ.. T. }Tfi-nd.iv home
PiaveMeptltv: : Weeinescdav "'IP'1 "
and, grandson Irfirrv Harrison.Jr Mr and Mrs. Ernest Wellhnnxeii Evoivorn.uelconie. IlnalliiKtir ('"lid., Sot teiii.!;
1.113: : X.W.Hh PI. GaiMoI: iII.. Fla. Phone FR2-4S5.T: : ., 7'JO'p: m Pn! nn.l)714| ) RI. IfiK Rt t BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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Masonic Rites For F. M. Wai rath and ten great-grandchildren. .- I MM I,, tindei'HlMiied. under the pro- Section 11! Townnhlp 7 No. Shares. authorised valuation renervea of 40795..

I Funeral .scrvicecs will be U I"1 L LSgt. i.i.tn I of Cliaptur 30.BS.1 Laws South Range 23 Knit. I 2000 I I. B. O. KPPH. ExevutltVluii
held at 4 p. m. Filday In the .1 .ri.irlilii.. Acts of 11141 1, will and renouncing antI! dlHrlttlm Nix Share outstanding Provident, of the abov.
Set For Friday In Keystone educational building of thr u h liter, with the rlerk of the Inif any right of the County 1000 named bank do< aolemnly afflr>
,i. 'nit ('011"1." In and for Rrndi and 1'u bile In and to the land Surplus 8S.OOO.OO that thin report of conditiontrue <
Community Church at Key- i"I I County, Florida upon re- lying, within the conflneH of (Undivided profit 88,077.27 and correct to the bent imy /
Flank Meilc Wiilinlli Sr 1882. the son of the lute John stune heights, with Dr A C "p' ,i'f, proof o>f ,publication, .,ali| nfoi'pilHH.Tlheil. In n J. knowledge and belief.

83. ,ol/ Ki'vstuni'' J Hri"iils.I: t (die?"I and oH.I. Hill Wulruth. lie Hull pastor. offlcluliiu In l.-,.., inlire the IklllltIIN' Dated thlM. 4th day of JH nu-, TOTAL CAPITA CoirtM't-Attviit. ** J till Ittt It. U. Eppi.fornni !:
"i I The. .Kiln Spul( "HollerI \ ary A.1 lilUO .AtVoU.VIH, u 818,1177.27
In a sturkc lic.spii.il em Iv .IS one of the early settlers term tut will follow in th Pet Q. PulesII.
I I. under i,, which we lire "n'Rlne'14" TOWN C'Ut'NCIl. TOWN OPIIAMJ'TO.N rOTAI.1 IdA' HII.ITI&S: II. ALIa
Wednesday momliitt) ufLcr u ol Kfy.stotu! Heights, coming family i lJlot> In Keystone; ,, .1 i '111 '"' at the ISrud- [ I HAMPTON I : : .AMI CAPITAL inK Director

Jlnr.re1I1l.t IlIu.'ss I Horn Meadvllle Pa. la 1922. Heights Cemetery undei direction "''intv' "aim-round, I t' H KLOHIDAiiy I I ACCOUNTS! 2.898.3".14 Mlule' of Xlnrldu.Uounly .
', ,, : North, I Kturkei : I li nt limilfnrd
Mr Wulrath was born In When Keystone Heights 11 :101. Mary Kri"wn MemorandaAvornwi eg:
was of DeWitt C Jon
\' Cli-rU bwoin/ to and subscribed before
Conneautvtllc Pa on Hept 1 1D 1. incorporate( :], he served as the Funeral Home. Masonicitc i i I" ii I. 1 Kemp! and Marfflo I I. (OKPICML' SIOAI, 14) iic'iositui""! of for tutul the 15 me this Kith day of Jan&

1 \Hi it mayor and was one of will be conducted at me I7 .U Pout St.. .lai'kttun-, It 113IIEPOHT c'alfndar| day endIng nary. 111611 und 1 hur..l>y IMIIMII I'>
I rin h Hole ownersI that I am not an officer or director I
thefounders of the Community graveslde Melrose Lod with call date 2,704.075.40Avemtce .bank.SKA .
by !< of thin
I t his titli d.iv of .1.lunv OP CONDITION OP "f total
Church of Keystone ]No.; 89 F. & A. M. of Kevstone l"> unlit ul "Htnrke;, Itrnd-" c:. >i>ii'M'rv: trr/iTn HAKOK i loans far, the 15 ( I,) Hate] 10100Nolary

Heights, taking an active partIn Heights. ",,llit', F"'I'III, HI\tllltK: IN 'IHH RTATK': calpndnr days cmlIntc at Inl'tf Public State of Florida

Its program. He was the Active pallbearers will be I'' I 2"MITK OK<>!' KI.OHHll HI riMs:.. AT o Illfcl> I>CLOSIII HIIIIIIKII : with call date 1.388.84"00 Mv ronmilHHion' I'XplrcN I Nuviniliir

oldest charter member of the : :u, ii.iua.A' I..on'l. .UK. shown. above are 2, IlItI!!.
Fremont Tollei, Rot Wat !! CII"I..T.fI'\! (II"It after, deduction ofDon't
Jb-W ,, .....
tm.MMS HARDWAM\ AND"_; <:Inirch kins. D. E. PunbKoin! N W l "I"t'll"\ lit 'I'll IW, % Cunh. balnnreii with other
<'III N. I II. OP TIIK: '$0 I\\X"
i Until his retirement several
HardiHibergh Al Watson, an bank and nniih Item
01II \31 I"i'l)'. ri.OIIIIM' In Miss This OpportunityUSED
years Mr. Walrath procemi of cotUnited -
ago was E. A. Rushton.In <'l.l>"l\0 I' MKI I'l. \'ITI1II l 1..II..n $24i.i 16.4I!
engaged in the insurance and lieu of floweres the .l,.....l.a"e: S It II'4lI. S I I1- States Government HOUSES

real estate business. He servedas \11IV IIH.IIT OF TOWV obligations, direct and
family that contributions \
requests
,5 MI PI III.K' I IN S'S I) 'I'.. Kliuninteed' 1.117Oil.7' \ !) Will deliver to your lot in a 50-mlle-radlus. Ideal small
deputy collector of Internal be made to the buildIng I'jii: i..\MI WITHIN t ill: Other loans and I j; obtained from Univ. of Fla.
homes. Limited supply Just
revenue in the Jacksonville fund of the Community 'i'mi, : (-0\Fl\IS: 'l'III'IJIo: fI"'. discounts 1,351,851.85
office during the time J. Ed- Church. / Int ClntH Joe Frith (center) receKen the aIrIpof Tl VMOM IT >I\V ('O'\l"It'\l. Hank premises, furniture Sound frame construction.

win Larson was Collector of Ms Ill'rI'IIk: In ceremonies at the .\nny Uc''rultllllC'111111: !Sta-: I N,'I,k.. Is hereby given that ,' and fixtures 2 bedroom ______________ $1,995
4. IIKI8! In nvrnrdulih and other ansets
n l.inuary -
Internal Revenue for Florida. Public Defender llon lit Jut'lIKOIl\'m.. Lt. Don Elliott (right) IH Comm.uKler: < I ."1"It., .. the lawn of the, representing bank 3 bedroom ______________ $2,295

Mr. Walrath was a charter of Recruiting/ In Florida while!> !Sgt./ lit Class :Manning K.ullers :. I ," 'I ite of Plorhla, the Town premises 82,743.01 2-bedroom Duplex __u__ $3,795

member of the Keystone Advisory Group \\' 1 In In-all of the Jiicksoiivllle liecriiltlng Station.; I''''tin'II, fltiulford/of< the I Town'tttu nt y.of Florida.n I llampn -. Real other estate than owned bunk 3-bedroom Duplex ______ $3,995

Heights Rotary Club a life Meets TuesdayProgress Iu'e'cl,, II H"lutlun. u'itIng' premises 3,00000 I WILL TRADE OR FINANCE.: PHONE:: 378-2151 OR
member of the Keystone \. <.:itlnir anil ahnmlonlnrc nn tinted I
Heights\ Golf & Country Club; Sgt. Joe Frith Is Promoted II plaited I street,, described, IIMfollows1 TOTAL ASSETS 2,995,344.14T.lihuiuuu.e :> WRITE !MID-STATE ENGINEERS: : : INC, MASONRY

of Public Defender : I BUILDINO MOVERS' P. O. BOX 14191, VNIV. STA..
life member of Meadville! .
R. A. I Green's project .\ platted ntreet. which has
I Lodge No. 408. F. & A. M. in IBuzzyl charged'I Joe Frith. formerly of to various phases of recruitIng I""*,\\',.t'n l..>t I 11 and T l.ut 1 17 Demand d&po",18 of Individuals GAINESVILLE: FLA.. 32601.

199 MAn'; fhtt ti wh.r* your Mcadville. Pa.; a 32nd Degree to defend Indlwnts Staike. got a holiday gift operations In Jackson.ille niock. H. m-cordlnic to the and corporations, partnerships 715,175.111:; !1 I
bedroom will .b...** with misdemeanors was explained Kits) t' I Survey' of the Town
from his Tlnio ,
the S. and!
Mason. and a member of boss U. Army since December 195B except savings deposit
to the local advisory of 1 Hampton. Florid\ more of Individuals
Scieen Early Heat The I Shrine In Zem Zem Templeof committee Tuesday night at I when he was promoted to the for a tour of duty In Korea lull rl it'ulurly deHvrlbed.. anfilliiWH ', and corporations partnerships GET A KING SIZED DEALAre

ISlKiS(; Erie. Pa. He was appointed I rank of Sergeant 1st Class in from June 1960 to July 1961. : For !point of beiclnnlnff 1.002.426.71

SCREEN by the Potentate of Morocco its first meeting. i ceremonies on December 23. He has been active as a re- fomnienie ut the HeuthUcst DopOMlfs" nf ITnltod State
WITH US.UE.T I Bradford County Is paitlcl- ,..tu, n..r tif. Lot III, lilflek Government Hi..174;; **Hlloponits You( Paying Someone Else's Interest & Taxes?
Temple of Jacksonville I Born In Starke in December clutter since November 1064 ,
as am- ,
TilE of States; and
political
PRICE patlng in special protect 1 It I ami the Xortherly liruindar. -
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bnssador-at-large for several I 1933. Frith Is currentlyan : and was the honor graduate .\' of :-:..\'R've"'I<' subdivisions For Whether You Rent or Whether You Buy You

ALUMINUM years. made possible by a $35.000 Army recruiter in Jacksonville at the Armv Remitting( (Stale Hem! :No.; I 11)). I Hunce. Deposits. of ,'., KO .M74"2 Pay For The Place You Occupy.
grant to Oreen from the Na- I mmerclal -
He and his wife celebrated where he resides with School earlier this year. run NorthiTly alonir. ,the. Imnks ): ;;, .00Cortlfled
tional Defender Project. to Westerly lioundary thereoft
SCREEN their 60th wedding anniversniy I his wife, Jo.sle. and One Information about th:? t > Hie( N"'lh\\','", corner. 1,1'1..i.t and officers' This Week's Special TTTT
offer legal services to persons "hix-kH. en- 12.al2.51
in September of last daughtere. Diane. many opportunities avallabl-1 ] 10. IthieU II I, I thence run
I TOTAIHKPOSITM) < 2.721I8381:
year. charged with Inlsdpmcanol''iand Sgt. Frith graduated horn by written guarantee to quail-! Wont to the :Northeast; 71/2cSq.Ft. who are declared indi ner of I.it) I 17 III ode 1 14,
Surviving are his widow Bradford High School in I fled young men and women trt eflu'u' run Kotu t 0,,t'l' nlonv'' uleiottjttt 1,046,097.90It I 1966 :Model 47x12 Mobile
gent. Such service heretoforehas ( ) Total limp anti
Ina Kaye Walrath of Keystone been available only to in- I 19S2 and has been assigned who volunteer for Army servIce I the "KiiNttrlv) 'boundary of, l.ot HllvlnitH ii! '|io.ltB I 1,675,265.91 I Homes Including Automatic ll Mobile
1' one Lawrence be obtained from 17. Him. k II.\ ,lo lite SollthfiiHt Other
: son may Sgt. llllbllltli-8
I) W AIi I1ppIV INC dlprents charged with a felony. I <.,,"n i't'" of H.ild ,lot. theme, Oa.:103.00: I Washing Machine. \Ve Will Homes
Wnlrath of Washington. K'I and Is being extended to misdemeanors 'perlment and fail to take advantage Frith or from the local Army I inn 1..1\:, | aloiiH. ,,: the TOT At* Finance. Inc.

C I wo brothers. Paul only in this coun i of the free legal recruiter. N..t. t'h..rh'. \llllllndar. ',, ..f Nanl LI.111 LITJ/oJH/ 2,7 4.8lfl.H"(

rath, Pittsburgh, Pa., counsel. \ '1 "r''t Alllle' (:St' I Iti'lld h :Nnv : ('..,.11111 ArrounfsI'onimt'n Phone 378-2311
I ty. I ] ) 'to thf piilnt of Ix-Kln-.. ,
F Wmripid Walrath of Fort My- The advisory committee will \() IIt'I: i>ivri\uov I : 'I'lllIl.I''ImIt Htm' k. I tnt-it
B&JIIDERS hARDVAF ANt SUPI1VTii Assistant! Defender Oene '''''M. ill 1 I""K' and! belngr In par value $100,000.00 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
I : : 'II''I''IIH'' 4 > VMi:
ers: three sisters Mrs.
Ray Shaw local is in woik with the public relations .,, Capital: 100000.00
a attorney \:"ii. i I. L. i'i v if$U n, 'li'it'
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I Lawrence Keystone Heights: charge of the special mis- aspect of the new project. :#
111'Alt.1I1 Heard Bessemer
I demeanor prefect and has
I Pa and :Mi'- :Mildred Stearns
Juvenile L
Arrest
I been offering his services forthe '
01) Conneautvllle. Pa. Also
sur-
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past three months at [ _
lying are Clears Up '
seven grandchildren
County Plea Day and County ,

JL'U" ",.., -.-- .. I i Judges Court. Shaw says. j Three BurglariesA

however. that many person, [ tf

arnnt vpt aware of thp ex- i IS-year-old Starke juvenile -


\\0//? 1/ V/ Your Personal :Hr.idford afternoon arrested January Sheriff's 8.Saturday Depart-by the



Invitation ment burgial lias cleared ies. up three recent 20 uonl or U'SH, one Insertion !Memorial. Resolutions. etc. Display. Adi In Classified Section:

_ v 'f Arrested by Deputy Sheriff (minimum charge.. ) h-_ 1.00 ler word ____?_____.._?,-_______ .OS $i.zo per Inch-flrnt Insertion..
If not |KiM In. lulviuire__ 1.2j
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Robert Oieen in connection
L'I lLFdS of Thank, : t'p to CO word $1.25: : per Inch. after first Insertion.
j. with the Friday night January Iveyfil,I, roileil.I I or Mind 1 tult

Walt Hulick's } 7 breaking and entering (minimum charge) -______ 1.23 (Inimiim charge) _____...._______ 2.50

." -11 of the J. E. Hardy Auto Sales Kuch: additional word over' 20__ __ .05 Over 50 word.*: per word-_______ .03
I the youth also confessed to 1

breaking Into Noegel's Minit [Insurance Problems? I HASTINGS I MATTRESS FOR BALK WANTED OLD COINS Appraisal MAIDS NEEDED: nil hour

I .. Market and:! the 301 Restaurant & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Ready mix concrete. concrete service free. See Manager work day $24 a week. Fringe

I lecently. Call The Man From HO Lemon St. PaUtka) block house piers, sand cement Home's Restaurant. benefits, including paid vacation -

< Ii lIe is presently in the Juvenile "Keystone"George mortar mix. rock, steel Law ley. Fla. Phone 782-9827 slclr leave and group In
& Furniture !
rIlIIIISI SjJOrtatioSPECIALS) Repaired,
i shelter at the Bradford E. LaRue eyster shell 'imerock. roof 12tp 3110 surance. Phone 969-3801. Ask
Upholstered( & Refinished gravel. linteU. BRADFORD
County Jail awaiting a hearing Keystone Helphtu) for Mrs. Shaller. tfchg
before County Judge T. :MATTRESSES REBUILT ENG CO Phone 884-2521, FOR RENT- 4 room unfurnished -
Consultant For Al! Your
A. Yawn. The youth has spent Insurance New Innerspring!' Starke. tfchg duplex apartment. 708 EUNICE NURSERY

time In the Industrial Schoolfor Needs. and Box SpringsDrop Lake St. Call 964-7964. Time to plant bare root trees-
n..r.ntillfl, : INSURANCE
Boys at Marianna. Ua. A Card Call Pecan citrus fruit shade
or
Great Amerlenn Ins. Co. AT REDUCED RATES NEED CASH? Sell famous
Hardy's was entered some- PALATKA. RA: S-OrSB trees. Camellia azaleas orna-
The TrnvHor. In,. Co.
At'TO. FIRE. BOAT Knapp Shoes. Full or part
I'uittiir. n. I.. Kitnisey time in the early morning{ 'el 1 473-4692 Day AFTER 6 P. :M.MRS. DOYLE E. CONFER: time High commissions. plus mentals container grown. 2
lust Friday the office "tuiued 473-4325 Nltrs PEGGY SHALLER miles No. Lawtey on 301 turn
INSURANCE AGENCY bonus. Complete line tot men
The song, writer IX-IIIHM! I Iithoru upside down" in search lor Auto Fire Home Business' 209 E. Adkins
(' %: money and a quantity of !Monthlv Pavm.at l'l...n At;it i I women.free. Write to Wm. E. 3465. 4tp 1'27

"TinuimlouH of IIi>im'n are crackels taken from the machine .....-I
FOR SALE: Good l business Pierce 18 E. Steele. Orlando
open, : The brand of cracker NO. :223:
COINSVANTED I '
"The h...-....lnle.. ure falling stolen led to the youth's ar- and residential properties In j MARY QARTERPAINTS Fin 32804. 2tchg 1'13 30 acres-$6,000. Lots of room

today ." I BUY SELL TUADE Starke, Improved and unimproved -
FOR SALE-farm on Ralford for roaming on this tract. Located -
And l blesnoil. \\e I rest.After 2 $Ihr..p(1r"l..nJ( Scrviie! for H. V. Knight P. Oi .
were ultbj being apprehended I Road or will sell 10 acres on paved highway near
:813 In the :Sunil.iy .SfhoollIluiir .. I your old roln, free of charge.inr.o'ri's .i Drawer 1"". City tfchg
Saturday afternoon the Juvenile near Hellbronn Springs. Ph town. Septic tank already. in.

a Unit faxorcd, tin ulthj I told of the other twoB&bi's. IMUTCSKpyntonn FOR SALE--10 acres land 100 964-8325. 4tp 1'27' Partly fenced with well and

their attendance, untl Horslilpti He was apparently heightsMALE south. J. M. B"wards. Jr. Day electric pump for water. Pine
> the, I. ir.l (hli last : I FOR SALE-Three ponies and
Sumliry.M looking for money but took HELP WANTEEX'--Men phone 964-2521: Nite 069-1924. Complete Line and cypress trees: Only 6000.
e\ti'ml, to riu-h of 1 horse. Phone 969-3925.
you other Items that were handy. In good health age 21 to 60. 8 I tehe. NO.' 245
ofPAINTS '
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c'I"| arniH of Clirlhtiiin filliifclilp \\- 2tp 1'13
From Noegel's Minit Marketon hour day. 5 days week. Two 97 acres. Packed with posslI -
with
FOR :Si-r.Ice.StiiKluy thes niiiortiiiiitlosif |) December 29 we," taken weeks paid vacation, State retirement ANDSUPPLIES I BARGAIN :ro.'IGHTat Fun I bilities. 29500. Located on U.

'hlllll-IO 10 cartons of cigarettes two and Social, Security TV SERVICE Spot Roller Rink every Tues- S. Hiway 301 with 1,320 ft.

:MornIng a.m. cases of beer, and a quantity Write or contact Personnel day 7:30: til 10:30.: All admissions frontage. Pine and cypress

FAST FAST SALE! m. I'r"ut'hlllgII a'j of wine was drunk in the Department. Sunland Training iy For All Purposes just 35c. Skates Includ timber. 20 acres tillable. Good

To store. A quantity of cigars Center. P. O. Box 1 1150. Oalnpvlllp ed. Everyone welcome. 4tchg 7-room bungalow. Sturdy 2-

that t pniAlilo iKTiinunmlutloni, and some change was taken Stcha 127' Southern :3Iarine' & TV Hand and 1-27 story barn. 30 x 30. House Is
will further/ fimvcnirnfei: from the 301 Restaurant. net back from traffic noise.

STOCK NO. 599-C I thi_ \l ill,) honor our iiixllatlon. FEMALE: HELP WANTED TV Technician Power Tools HOUSEWIVES STROtTT REALTY

nursery facllltlot arolpruililnl / BUREAU Age 21 to 54 good health. 8 Fine
CREDIT ; opportunities for incomeon
59 FORD 4-DOOR $295 iinil triinoportiiOonl. I UNDER: NEWMANAGEMENT hours day. 5 days' week: Mln David Gunter Phone 961-8201 I a full or part-time basis 2117 N.tU.Temple S. 3011 Ave.

!SedanVS.. AutomaticSTOCK t lo an,1
For u rl.lito t .Simllay The Credit Bureau of Starke sick leave and retirement Fast Service finest cosmetics for Avon.

) :NO. 838-15 :Sliio' | <.n|II \1)8) \I-tS.103. I is now being operated as: a benefits. Write or see Person- Guaranteed WorkS Write Mrs. Oulda. C. Sweat. FOR SALE-1964 Valiant V-
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'58 OLDS 4DOORSEt.Ajomnfj $$195 KVIKYAN : \1..1 rolt branch of the Credit Bureauof nel Manager Sunland TrainIng Reasonable Rates : P 0 Box: 6B7 Live Oak. Fla. 100. Radio. heater. automatic

IIONOKKI: (;il'KST"PINE I Gainesville and i Is under the Center. P. O Box 1150. Keep your party together I trans. Excellent condition. If
Transmission '! SEE TillS ONE
I LEVEL management:: of Raymond H. Gainesville Fla. Stchor 1'27' Phone OR I1821IIOI'SES charter a Greyhound bus. Call you need a real good car at a

STOCK NO. SS3-A Brlel formerly of the Gainesville Lacy Conway Greyhound 964- Masonry: 3 bed room house. bargain. Phone 964-0424.
: Baptist ChurchIIllrhwn FOR SALE Petunia. Pansy.' large living and dining area.
bureau The change In 4051 or nIght: 964-1044. Lacy Itch
59 BUICK INVICTA $395STOCK HID.rst) ) management' was effective Snapdragon and other annuals IX STARKE. Service. tfchg oak floors. traverse rods
Conway Flying
Jan 3. 11)66.LAWSON'S ) I Also shl'ubbel'Y.frs.: V S ;"l'al two and three bed heater screen porch. car port FOR SALE -Large Cypress

R Ferguson. Raiford Road room houses for sale or rent and paved driveway. Conventional Pine timber and pulpwood.

: NO. Weit. Phone IIR4-5571. tfrhu and one very good mercantile FOR SALE-I Portable Electric VA or FHA: financing Ph. 473-4191 Up M3'

$ MARKET bullying:! for rent. A. J. Thomas available. See it at your con-
55 871.$1
OS FOR RENT-Two house trait- Realtor Tol 964-5701. Welder. 250 Amps. 110- venience. A. J. Thomas, Real- FARMERS-Oet your Straw

V-S._ \{ :\ ., Cold re spaces on Lake Santa Fe 220 AC or DC current. Just tor. Tel! 9fl4-5701 berry pans ordered early -
Storage Grocery Store Mrs. Maude B. Comer. 468- TWO HOUND DOGS strayedto like new. Ooetzman Bros. Gar $1.75 each. Other metal work

STOCK NO. 803-A: 1120 after 4 p. m 4trh 1'20' my place Owner may age. Phone 473-3104 Keystone FOR RENT Large unfurnished donecall 969-4021 or 964-

'60 SIMCA 4-DOOR $$1 9 FOR RENT Sma.ll have same by paying for this Helzhts tfcha 3 bedroom house. 2 8641. Thompson Sheet Metal

7iSTOCKd'T8iRUCK 3 rooms and bath. Phone cottage.964- ad. C. L. Atkinson. P. O. Box PURE OIL COMPANYHas : baths heaters and Venetian Work Itchor 1'13'

12. Brooker Fla. Phone 485- blinds furnished. Contact
22B1 tfchn two bay service station FOR RENT -Between 5 and
2625. 4tp 1.27 Mrs.\ J. D. Seymour 527 N.
for lease at Walnut and Mad
8 acres good garden land. Lo-
; $495 FOR RENT-1 and :2 bedroom:! ison Sts. Paid training avaiL- Walnut St. Itp catej at Sampson City. Mrs.

trailers. Can be moved on IF YOU ]NEED; a home or able. Cau Travis Mathis Jack.
FOR SALE-Ford tractor motor Gladys Graves Ph. 964-4915.
KO;() International. Cab. Chassis: :
your own lot. Also different apartment we can save you !tOI\vIlTt1I, 356-1331 tfchgFOR rebuilt 2 Runs 2t -I'20
years ago.
kinds of haled hay. J. B. money. See W. H. NoLIman.
STOCK NO. 860-A I !good! $700. Call C. S. HAddock!
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White phone 9641651. 510 N. Cherry St. tfchg SALE -10 ft. by 50 ft. FOR SALK! -Bed. twin size
'56 GMC '/-TON $$395 44g I 2tp 1'13' house trailer. Bargain price 964-0792.: 2tchg 120! complete. Also Easy Ironer.

PICK-UP 2500. Excellent condition. Phone 964-7674 after 5 p. m.
rOH SJA.Ut> ,;; l.aUO FOR SALEWagon in good
: -About bill Cost 5900. See Mr. Walker atValker'a or write Box 623 Starke.
green Simpson seed:: cane :condition eight miles northwest \ Shell Service Station. FOR RENT-4 acres of farmland Itohflr

Weekly and Monthly Payments !I First come first serve 6 of Starke on Brownlee( Highway 100 in Starke. t.fchg located on paved highway -

cents per stalk. Ned C. Coleman Road:! Frank Norman. 2tp 1,20 between Graham and BE SURE TO SEE WORLD

Accepted Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Orlffia Loop phone I SPECIAL RATES for Roller Brooker with lower floor of BOOK before buying any
9B9-1732.! ordinary furniture, upper floor other
4tp 23 CHOICE location-3 bedroom encyclopedia. M. A.
Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We Skating parties of 10 or more reserved for storage. Lights!
Payne. local -
2
full tile baths. Central Heat your representative
FOR RENT-2 bedroom un- at Fun Spot Bradford County and water bath. $10
no
?! since
WALT HULICK CHEVROLET and Air Conditioned. $1500 1956. Box 626
will rick-up and Butcher. There will be a furnished house. Recently re- cash balance $82.52 Fairgrounds. Call 964-9901 for weekly] In advance to agreeable Phone 964-3794. tfch

Small Fee for Pick-up-Butchering cows $3.00 decorated. Corner Clark Stand per Information. 4tchg l27WAN'1' ; tenant. H. L. Hough 241
INC. per month. 513 N. Walnut St.
Head and Hide. flogs 3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight. State Road 16. Phone T John Torode. 969-2011. Park Place. Ph. 964-3241. USED BUTLDIXO materialfor

Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer In For Chill-cut and wrapping 5e per Ib. with paper. T. Lon' fl4-15Bl 2tchg 1'20' Itchg 113; -Retired accountant Itchg 1113! pine sale.and 1x8 Heavy foot hewn boards hard

and Union
Bradford Counties. FOR RENT-In good location or I. R. S. man for Immediate
suitable to bull* private lake
\\'e\ Sell Iteef :
301 NORTH and Pork for Home Free/era
PHONE
961-3900 attractive 3 bedroom unfurnished BLACKBERRY PLANTS for employment. Would FOR RENT-I: bedroom furnIshed dock 14 x 28'. 4c per foot, for

Phone ORI.82S1 218 Washington house and garage: W sale after fUe. J. G. Jackson, prefer someone living In Key- apartment 509 Center Immediate sale. H. L. Hough.
St. I
---r \, i 1 H. Nollman, Starke, tfchg 725 S. Epperson. 113;| stone Heights area. Call 964- Street. Mrs. Goldie Martin. I 241 Park Place. Starke Ph.

j I 9854. Itchg 113| tfchg I 964-3241. Itchgn




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Morning Worship, 11 a, m. teachers working out or field, fore." Ute Superlntend( : II."'

| Tialnlnir Union 6:30: ( P tn V r and an Inadequate maintenance "The e/mnaalum K u -
cer" F"t'I1IIJ/of/ Service, 7 30. PmyerWMne.sdny piogrm. ample. It cost! only: *' ; > ,
/V.V I :Mu' cling -. ( 7SO:: ( p,V In reviewing the deflclences build but it has been i 11,

I n Kev. R, 1C. Bulbr, pastor Cn.son said the school hasb. ted. and now will CD,) t "I.
I .en on the warned list forthree $100.000 to rebuild"
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; V V years, and that It will The board appiov > -
: .N\ MM: (mon: I be difficult to correct thoiiuation limlnary plans for icmo .

'4 ('((3NiZl fOAl'I'lAJ.: : : befo e next Octoter the !{.vm, including: pi"i ,
:\u'numl.T; ;; ('HITtCII In reviewing the
He, I 1&1 1 iivvlccs will star nson said that a (curiculum addition new loofl.i., t>Itl
::1I11<1IY.I tutu, 1 hi; at tlir: ['ill.! jupeivlior has been enr.lojM; new boiler. The anhlle( mim
I I, (ho' .e CniuiCi.itMii;: ; i il I :Meti\ ; :that minion-: oll.ir: I 1IIl1n": : the project; cou'j UPplcte i
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I' di-t Cliun neni' the Stat .K'JKram: has been st.x.-ted.; : ( .1 Is)11 atop sprvl." > will t.n /
and that -achcr have b 'i'nK opening of school
-I it I 7 p n>. rath nljht, fol'mv- .
:v.n: raisi-s avea; :In,{? $GCO'' -pARE
1' .'.1 by punching The ipclval( per year."Our .
,\\ill conclude with llnncr on work In progre1 h.is TERMITES

1'E the grounds on Sunday. Jnn kept us from being cil.Micficd-
5 V Rev. Andrew Varivu.. t.Ca(\ %on said, "and I Inp- DESTROYING

; \ pastor that furthar: efforts \\:1::i cut:" v
weight with the South'i',i Associatlcn YOUR HOMF''REE
:Methodist Church committee"
New House District Tsew Senate District
Cason listed maintenanceas
Calen-tar: for the werk( : one of the m "11 oblems INSPECTION

Reapportionment And Home Rule Sunday Church School.: of the jicnool systrm. and repot :
9:45 a. m Moinlntt Worship. : ti'd that 1ltlltp! survey '

' For the first time in its history, lots of others that are in the same I 4 11:30 H, p.m m Youth. Snack Choi Suppiifor: pra.tire" I I I on team February will! b.In.'Union to: study County the 4(HjMtC ptc.x} ca t

' Bradford County could repeat boatthe Florida Times-Union political :>'Ivp, o p, m MYF ineetliifs.fl /: situation.

COULDfind itself unrepresented in writer Hank Dram', predicts ( :30, F.it'nlnlCVol'shlp, 7'10: V/e've never had an effer- 53!) E, Cali 96 1-:'.96r.
either house of the 1967 Legislature that reapportionment of the Legislature :Monday Girl Scouts;I tive maintenance prauiam( tn-- _

" by aRepresentative or a Senator from is sure to bring about more "home meet l'i Fellowship Hall: -
within out own borders. rule" for counties. Troop 603 nt 3:13: : Troop COO.nt .

I It is to be hoped this will not happen In past years Drane ob'orves, home 4 :30.. : Troop 1307. at 5:3DWeilncsdnv 1 I
Pitnniry and
I but-as shown by the maps aboveit rule has been blocked primarily by 4 Junioi Cl'oii! prni-tii-p.( ( : 15. 1966

i is entirely possible; so we mightas small county legislators; who were reluctant Family Nlnht Supper In Fel-

well face up to facts. to relinquish their great ,- ,\. low,-hip Hall 6:30:
er over local matters. But with C----- Thln'" "I1\' Chancel
Bradford will now share a Representative con- --- : Choir PORTRAIT SPECIAL
in the House with adjoining trol of the Legislature passing,: to the (1000 B.C. CAMMi% (1966 BEbrNtAI rcheaisnl.' 7:30..

Clay County, which has us outnumbered larger counties, it is expected they ,
bbout two to one in voting strength. will push harder than ever for home S Union High

Whereas Bradford has for many rule because of the local bill problem. Must Correct 8X10

years shared a Senator with neighboring Preparation of local bills has become So This Is Progress? I Deficiencies

Union County it is now lumpedin so burdensome.: for legislative} : dele atlrns Till DAY 00
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a new district with Baker Union, irom neavuy populated counties Union County JUni! School SATURDAY a
Clay, Putnam, and Fla ler. Anything that they do not have sufficient timeto ACP Group Plans half the cost of needed conservation 1 I sermon "Jesus" Cleansing of !ban! been placed on ;probation JAN. II I. I 15:)
mcasuies. The program -I The Temple, 7:30
could happen from here on out. devote to more important legisla- Conservation Is administered by Monti.'ty Hocixtlon.il; : I by the ncoi-Pdi'Ttlon committee 10) A.:?\1.- I

One of the most serious aspects" of tion.Home Program For '66 USDA's Agricultural Stabilization J Fxeontlve Committee meeting. ( of th" Santhe.n: Association ." .P.M.:
this reapportioning\ the State Legislature Rule of course. means' allow- and Conservation 9crvice 7:30 p.m.Tuesday. of Colle-res; nnl Sfhor! ,
ing each county, through its Board of The l1"tlon'a reported t*> ALL AJiS( :
through its farmerelected Junior
Choir
Conservation deSIgned
is the effect it will have on practices I, the Union Countv School
local Commissioners, to make the laws that to serve the needs of comrni tteeinen. pinitlre. Sunbeams, 3.30: pm i <
legislation.;; Heretofore, local bills Board hv School
so vital to and func- are now passed by the Legislature both farmers and the public Conservation practices discussed (G, A. meeting:, Primary Choir, Jim Siporlnlenient ( -I Surprise: jour loved ones with a professional. portrait -
municipal Cason who said
county theprobationary
through local bills. were developed by a group of and appiovjd by tlu Bi-ff Inner Music A(tlvlt.v. I 1:10:: of yourself! Its a welcome gift any time, on
tions haVte"J been : : lad
> introduced in the pci will I bpfollowPJ
farm leaders, and conserva- ACP development group for Lottie loon Clrclis muctlntr. occasion. It's t the Rift that
Legislature by our own Senator Drane predicts that residents of 7:30, I bv f'lsnrrrertitntlon( ( In any; one / brings pleas
or small)) counties can be expected to joinin tion experts in a meeting held loss include measuiea to reduce : I Ortobfiunless theeficinices uie every day of every year to cume.EVBERN'S .
Representative. Usually, except on rt the ASCS office in Starke flooding, wind, and water 'cdnesdvf'rn'l'r: Mcut- I fire conectel
rare occasions they would be in agreejnent the clamor for more home rule. "In recently erosion.. log, 7pm, Church Choir pruc- ,
; on these local bills, and passage past years, each county in the state The practices aimed at Among these measures were tire 8 p.m.Tliui'sday, Some of the shortcominijsUstP'I

through both house of the legislature had at least one House member" he conserving soil, water, woodland such practices as establishingand Jan. o -VLsilution No weie cui'ilculumupeivisiorj: ( I I \ STUD;

presented no problem. The Senator declares. "Now, as many as four coun- and wildlife resources, Improving vegetatlve-cov 7 p,m.VV.. an inadequate( ( building
pioKiam -
and Representative, being actual resi- ties must share a single House mem- are a part of !the Agricultural er on the land. Btripcropplng -- A. Hogan, [inslor.IIIUAV a hlsh teacher tutuover
ber. These counties aren't going to Conservation; Program which ponds and grassed waterways I Ill I I N. Walnut St. Phone !OG1-H-)(; : I
dents of the county, knew the back- rate of 55 per cent
tree ( 11.1'1':1.sstIIU.Y :
shares with farmers aboutC planting:: and timber
ground of the bills knew whether they relish the idea of a non-resident draft- ,\ :
stand Improvement;: and prac- ; or (OOH;< !
were good or bad, and whether thy ing their laws. They would prefer their tices aimed! at providing; food

'ehould be passed or relegated to the locally-elected county officials handle M, Burnett A. B, Rosier and cover areas for wildlife. Sundny School, 9:43: : a. m.;
legislative boneyard.But the job." This can be done by a legislative ,: and J. W. Lee. The group also discussed:: IDt.nlng'ol'shlp 11 a. m.,
Evening Servic-o, 7
p. m;
act giving the county commission types' of special conservation 'ha$53,382.88"I
now the picture has sastly 1 royce :MeetinR, Thursday 7
changed in the matter of local legislation the power to "legislate" local The Soil Conservation Su- practices which might be p.m,; SuluiUay night slug, 7pm.
"rtrvlsors! have offered their -arrled out by farmers on e .
with the IJOslibility-howeYel') re- acts.Like i'.lstmce to:: the county commission -onrpntrntfl basis! undrr thr
niote-of having both a !senator and a it or not this i is; only one of
; '! In the proposed link- ACP to help solve specific ,
IH> \TI>lVI\ KM'TIST
representathe who would be unfamiliar the far-reaching effects of I legislative na-up of Rowell, Sampson 'arm and community conservation -' LIILKCII.
and understrndably less interested; reapportionment that is goin--? to \\ni Crosby Lakes to form p problems {

In our local problems.! change many things in our heretofore hipe-lake( complex for rec"'eitlon The county ACP develop- Sunday School, 10 a. m; ,
As comfortahe way of life in non-metro- in Bradford County. ...-nt, one solution to this
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politan Florida. Apparently, we haveno The Id,n is to have canaU ABC County Committee, a re- Training Union 6.3O p.m..
only for Bradford County, but fort choice but to "learn to !live with it." 'tin so that fishermen can ",'pxentatl! f of the Soil Con- vcnJng- \Vui'sllip, 7.'JO:: pm.. -
ut a bat in one lakelSamp- servatlan Service In the coun'v. PrayerIc.cting: Wpilncadnjt ,, '
onl) and: then have access to nni the Florida Foies' Vt t::30: p,m. rt<-v. Uogcr K. JJcrg- in earnings paid

We Get Letters We Hope! "I,o well] and Crosby by means Sarvlc-c representative work otroni pastor. ,
I canals. fly with community committeemen -

,.SIt's a little late for New Years' resolutions will be printed.) supervisors of th' MAUISOS SFUKET: our savers in '65 L-sBY
..,...... 'oil conservation district UU"fJS'J' CIILKCIIdunany; :
; perhaps-but why not make 2. Letters must!' be signed but the The n'ltul fl" .
:bflioul.B:4o ;
ountv Fxlensbn agent, county SUIl.y& :
one anyway'a/ resolution to write writer's name will be withheld upon \rom Alligator Creek Into Ro- -
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3'ipcivisor of the Fal"mer''Im" : ; a m. Moinnm Wurliip.
'icll thence th-ou'ih' slue to
more letters in 1966.! Letters to the re<'p'" ,'st. a A-lminlstiatlon, und 11 a. m. InuiiiuMiaLu iinu THE DEEP ROOTED
""unipsnn, which( in turn em-
editor that is. :! Letters are subject to editing, if ties out thiouich Sampson; thcrs. with conservation In- Young People's Choir practice: ,

.1ln, past years men have: taken up r.eeded, to conform to requirements of :: .un to Santa Fe River It is U *'ets. 4:45: p In. Training Union. BUSINESS THAT CAME TO STAY
the sword and given their lives in defense space. olnnncd] to deepen the slue Members of the ACP development j4j.: J.venlngVo..sup: 7.do

of their freedoms and rights- We would like to emphasize that between Rowell and Sampsonto aFOUl Include: Wednesday: Uibie Study ''I /
boat and Leaton Morgan Jr., Clyd' 7 I p, m, Cnuich Choir piucutu 1
the the permit passage
right to express an opinion without -, letters do not have to conform to '
fear of retribution. Far from editorial policy of The Telegraph. In then to dig a canal from Cone, nov, Clemons. O THuuulns 8:30.: ;
Crosby to Sampson to complete '1S, Ha.is, and Bob 'Ihuriday Sunbeams,
taking up a sword in defense of our fact, we find it stimulating to receive the pro'ect Read, Junior and Intel meaiute UA s

rights too many of us today won't letters that disagree and present an- 3 ::30; Beginner 1'1'unury, aim
even take a ball to other side of issue that might have Funeral ServicesFor Junior
4 Bui.atuily.
up point pen express an Bl our grievances. been overlooked. Priority will be given 'evel! of Co-bv: : a, comparedto < D. C. Jones .: 7 p. m
The of ktters of course, to those expressions of for Nui>oiy piovljecl.; A clasTor
Ij printing to the editor that of Sampion:: ob- *
is a newspaper tradition almost aspld opinion that concern issues of local im vlotslv if the former l Is' a few n Fernandma: : all uRes. Ruv Ftl::ei' L

as the nation itself. It is a tradition portance. feet hl'lhpl' In plevatlnn.' th" David Coleman Jones, Ill .own: )p.s.Lui': ,

to which we wholeheartedly These policies are published in the water lov! : l there would drop died Thursday, Jan 6. in f'ALVAKV:

}Subscribe. \Ve solicit letters of com- hope that readers will give thought to cone,p'ndlnilv; if connecteJwith Oilnesvl'lf: where he had resided 5.11' nST C'llfKClI
!! The Soil Con-
Spmpsin:
Vnent from our readers on issues in the problems and the assets!' of the 'Sfrvation ; Supervisors, can since moving/ there from F Fltnini-ily 1'lie Tabernacle 1

pradford County particularly, and will community, and that their letters will through! Bill Haas. S&WC taik" last year lie was a Sunday School, 10 a m.
native of Flori an I a member -
)publish those we receive, with the following stimulate a greater degree of interestin conservationist determine of the Baptl't a Church, .i

limitations : civic activity. t1i B l levels of the respective Surviving are four daugh-

I I 1. No libelous or obscene language Come on now don't be bashful ''akes, as an initial. step ters, Mantle and Bonnie:: Faye

, _m_ Hoilpes! of Savannah Oa: This man
,1IT'S
The matter wa.s' discussed '
I wipe out the present yield at the recent County Commls- Mrs.and Bonita Kennle Pauline E. Braddock Pitts both and EARNINGS TIME AGAIN for our savers. The dollars to

Farmer's Diary Ion meeting with Ouy Hamilton of St Marys, Oa.; three sons can help be distributed on December 31st are living proof of the >

The cold snap last weekend secretary of the Suwannee Fabe and Franklin David contributions our savings and loan business makes to tho /
By Sam McGarvey close to getting. the ten- TU.fr Authority who
I came urged Jones both of Jacksonville and personal progress of thrifty folks.
at place but that the county take you'To
f :ier plants our stf'p'll John Lee Jones of St Mary.s.:
did not kill several! new shoots to improve Its recreational Start the new year with a savings account here. ) '
I price-people are waiting foj one brother, John Lee Jon s I IA
.i / I the price drop to three for on our Confederate ros'!, and facilities In urging.. the action, I of Vernon, and two grandchild complete protection, you. Through the combination of regular saving and generous
'eft undamaged the Turk Hamilton said, "As matters need Insurance that it adaptable
dollar b fore they'll buy an: V.pitnsttias.. and:! acacia tand now you have no pub- i ren. to changing protection earnings you will enhance your financial future .make ,

s- 4amount.." S Our place Is sheltered In a 'Ic I provisions at all fop! residents at Funeral 3 p. m.services Saturday were In Oxley held In needs.every That's Gulf Life what policy you with get, It possible for friends, neighbors and fellow residents of ,.'- k .

Leaton Morgan reports that grove of pines, ani so far this to ro swimming" Ha Mortuary Chapel. Fernanilna:! Adapt-A-Plan. For example, our community to become debt-free home owners. :\ ,
have not yet had also clt- d the case of two other policy can be
mortgage
his planting now is "toe:: eason ice.we counties in the Suwannee B'ach with UPV. Cecil Hodges a adapted to provide retirement Give your financial affairs deep roots. Plant your savfrqs ,
gocd" meaning that it U. any of Savannah officiating Interment Ask this friendly Gulf -
I River district that are building Income. here for security and profit ,s \,,
about Itl)
I ahead of the schedule he was In Bosque Belli Life Representative ,
I A small volume of berries is We hear that the E/ergreen such facilities for their I ,
would wish for lie says his Cemetery under direction of
being harvested now, and the Cemetery Is planning to hand aye : residents.
;plants are loaded with bloom : Oxley Mortuary of Fernan-
asking price Is SO cents a a cemetery working soon according I
fruit, and forecasts that dna Beach
pint, but as one grower said: I I to an announcement Som pnxnvss has, h*">n I
a freeze will come along and I
*You can't sell many at that I made by the acting trustees, mAtte In Ipenln'l no the lakes Savings and Loan Association

\within the county to the pub- _
lic. n'tblv the boat ramps '
I f and sites donate b7 Rivnnler rUoliURC I OF STARKE
THE BRADFORDCOUNTY TELEGRAPH :
: on Simp'on Like as well as .
ir i ESTABLISHED 1879 others. But much more can NEWSFIRST QV 218 SOUTh TEMPLE; : AVE. (PHONE !9'-'; '> '''ill'''

be done. and apparently the I
C.: I_. MATTHCW EDITOH: AND PU' LI HZT.OLDtaT ; county commission U currently -
making an effort. '
"L.Olt'DA'' s WKKLT NCWVPAPCIt P'U8LlaHID' CON, 13.1 VITIST

TINUOUN.'f UNOKN THE SAMC MASTHKAOu Certainly a !threlake complex CIILKCII: ST.IKKR I FREE GiFTS FOR SAVEiRS !

which would build th' Schedule of servIce:
.Ll.HCO LACK THURSDAY AND ENTCNCO A. SECOND CLASS MATTIM AT Turn recreational facilities here Sunday Sunday SchtOl'l 1.. :31. OFitL: ; ,

POCT' OPFICC AT STAMKK. FLA UND H AST Or MARCH I. '878 tremendously is a step In the 9:43: am Morning Worship, I! l'h".1

rluhr r irectlr>n and we wish sermon "Bringing: in The Ufll/'" !061-1121 First Federal Will Continue To The HIGHEST Dividend -
EN THE TRADE AREA -- ON3!> YEAR f 3.50 - SIX MONTHS I2.0CBIX the Commission good luck In Sheaves," 11 a.m. Youth Choir I After 3 (>.m.-OBI-07.U Pay

;,, OUTSIDE: TRADE AREJ OVB TBAR 14 00 MONTHS 12.25 Its efforts. j practice, :5pm, Training; Un \ "Sturko' 1K" ,SilO.I-1*. I Rate Consistent With SOUND MANAGEMENT.

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-:4 II I Proposed 1 110-Foot 1 Right-of-Way\ .-Clearing- Set For Feb. 8Council '




HIGHLIGHTS KEYSTONE On Highway 100 Draws Protests Asks Brune To Quit ;



Piivlnw: ol hlIglin sty '00 became iry fund money had been \

1 an explosive issue at a fioKcn for 2'a' years for use
By Emily Thomas
\ >)pedal meeting of th? Key- 111 J uiim chllsln1I1,11t -uf-way Post

Phones stone Heluhts City Council on the rrpavini: of this high City Judge Resigns

\\1 Monday night. way, resiiltlim in the count
Day 473-1666: Nile .1731589The !) Tile unanswered question havlnn! to b.i"i! : oJ>w mjni-y 10 \

raised by the" council! and other p.o.le.t.-. .1..i'.11. th .. ---- .'.!-' -.- .""."-- ---,.. -..-. -
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lluetuntinit: thermi Tuesday to meet their d.iughler. severnl abutting property time. New OfficialsAre ....t' ...'' .R1f'IiV' ;".: '' .. .. '' .- -
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these days ha.s many of us li. Mary Dolores at the airport I owners was the State Uoaa: Tile couniil n I la:>,:.n:!:! a m I. . :", '(.. ,,I;:: : .. ; ,\,."." l'4. .

a dither} making the right df for her visit with them Deplll'tment'lI'l'l1sun for planning solution proLcstiti! t the p 'e.e \ Sworn ,In rr1I--- ,t.:,) ,;\.
clslon on what to wear. whatto .itii lug the inid.memnestembienk an 80 foot iluht-of-wa SRI plea. i..1 i\ii.iiulini' / th .

put on the children an: it Buffalo( University where from the northern city limit acloptlo: oi a 1 ie.;is I pinior I. m : .. .. j
the highway to its intersection rcHon.stiuotji: :.>> of lllsliway: Swearing in of new city ,
v\ !hethr i or not to order more the! is a sophomoie. Also thy! on : :: .
;Has or fuel! oil. We have bees A \ill hear fiist-huncl\ of he. with Stute Road 21 100 l.lu-ou-.i i.-' .11 .' un i u. officials and a request for -

blcssi-d\ with some exceediimlN l ,,bins for n summer weddlns the location of I the truffle 80 faot 1'111..1 j: v.ty.HONIt the resignation of Chief r'-- _
Ignal.! and from there south. ) ISil'l'' ': I I. .( US4K1)" :
"lorlous days this winter to Stephen: Watts. Jr., A fellow of Police Casper! ,',,' equalling none in iccent mem- ; student and senior At cast eiilni'KltiK{ to a 1'0-fuo' County C nuns! stoner O. J full agenda

In 'II, Buffalo\ U. Both are from I ilKht-uf-way. :\Muuh.-e St.: a-: :> present b.\ : a

Unfortunutrly for: s".v! :SclH'iieetttdy.: N. Y.. formes Funeral director DeWtt.Junes I in.itiuion dl I.iteh, l.v.:>. nuas .xt the Tue.sday; [ night "I'o

'n !, who is presently con (lueslln.u: uo ut. the pie\ meetinjf: of the KovstonuHeights : ,;
tin) =i" up; ;.:" I !Sown: e' L 'mine of the Schubers.! who
1.t'. 1.t ,in 't(' to t'l" m:> !iv \ ru- ;>.we Just moved into thou -tructins a cnapel facing: present, $1 :liOO.OOU ountv PU I i City Council.
lent: ni s" ni""ifid us.: nn1 'hirerfoct home on Clove) Highway{ 100 and<: who stani: lug bund I 1ue In on.uir i t Sworn in as tn.iyar by City
to lo'e a uif-at portion of his I tm Mayor! Bei Clerk Joy Baker was Albert-
:11- fl "i-ins; ? n'etl::! I Mrain: on ar, Lane.Tjir.my. a I lequcit nn
already o\\ rt-ixed body A ; son of HIP JohniniU ; : i"intix\ ( IJI'('-enl< d a r.isolu! Ie)'. h.- sail: 1:12: : reAson th Nelson. who dsfeated ollt'in' :(()-

number "I local Lawn.sfolk; uix joined his big brother lion for m l'o'lncAcLlon' \! pro city ol Kv.v.stj.iLilel.uhts: : \vu '! Mayor M. L. Boaslcy in.
t."StliV4' I'lilnrKeinent of thi not recilvliu road pavhvmcnlfs the December 14 cl.'ctlon. Tim
hospitalized\ for these and nu!. for a two-day: boa t1n : any: .
other) I mii-ons including A. A rip down the Okluwaha River i luht-ol-wny.. and asked: toviiinrous ironi tills bond() \L-ssut i oath of office was also: administered !- .;

Biainer::. who is at Alni-hu which began Saturday! opposition. \ by tile was the I lnr-t t list In the pie to Tax Colleotoi;;)

General Ho pHal. Gainesville\ ] : \ssltli) a chilly overnight camp- iibutl.lii'i( )property owners vious 2000.000 bond Issue Katherine J. MsOlaxc< __ .
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nttalnst SHIJ's \ ol wl ,ch Inciuu-. Julius Hanson and! ;
and a. E. Wiggins. recuper nit at Orange Springs! and acquisition the dbt let Assessor &

ntlng from a stiilrway fall. At nded SumUy. A number of \ the 27 foot-wide( strip paralleling I Keystone received $543.158.01 rr-unclmi\! : Rnv Watkln* I -lilcf to .es-n;1 I 'liertt, 'e I"eb. ell. lip"t.IU'. .flit 1..1.twl. >>rn tutu', IIftke 1uc'sstaS. ni|>hl| ( ftynl\

Clay Memorial in Ore-en Cove '-er.-ious from till areas of lhl'Inl" : the highway to the, plus the Keystone. Chrlstiai.Cnlony Walt Thomas. Iluntlry Red I 18. If the les-unatljii l, not No formal vote was takennn Ifi't) : (',," irilincn"' I Ko> \Vutklns. (ienrffe 1-JiUllc. unit( llinitl.yKfilleiirn

Spring. puiticipnt'd in this -.out ho eol fiom the Stat : paviiiit Job costln- Yearn Sr. and Gcarne E. La .ecil: (d by Jan 18. then tn/ tjie i iigniiti'in' but Wat- : Sr.s: .%ii.ur: Al S'-'''''"; Tax: Citlli-ctor? KiilliiTlnc. M< -

To each) of them RO OUI "! 11I\I-n thol1 down the! ri.ei Road:! Intersection. 72000. and that he owed on Rue.A. motion pruUltM 1 that Brun.III kin Indk-ated that It was ac (Jlie; '(.1'\\, Ashessur .1. O. H" .'...11, l n,1 l foiimllnumitll' ''
prayers for a speedy recover which has become( ( the focus :\IIIul'1.) : L. B.'nsley nctlnti11.s obligation to the other commissioners motion to request Brune' .. \ be given a hearing;': at th cepted. No successor was: appointed riniiiius.. .
and return home. of n three-year bh'\I' lde by fluilrman! in the absence to assure them 0 resignation was Introduced b I icgulAr! council meeting on and Keystones char '

1II.KK: 'N ThERE: tlii> State: A'.ulubon: \ Society to ofVHHam U,am. reported' an adequate" J proportion( 01 "ounci'maii. : R'-df'lln nn1 re Feb. 8.Urune. tel' pit. hcLis thnt the mayo) 1 I ,
I Hint on an earlier occasion road pavlii% in their respective suited! in a tie vote! : Redfenr.- f
The Rny St.irnes and till'Hob1 nreivnt> th-j Fljrlda:: Cross- ) said he had no inten- shall herve as municipal Ju.
Meniis: Joined the tale B.truo Cnn.l from di- ,1", prcnfnlives( of the SRI) :hut! lets.! and LaUue for the motion n-ntlon: of resianlna-, ; have! until such app >lntm.:nt i ..

Alton Belotcs o? JacksonvilleIn verllnn: the'llll''S: of UIIIlv1' I luul I i piTiinlscd! ti I c( nl.iiln I thrlfiitofw !Miirrlieial1, that ftls future and Watkins and Thomas op- never received: even u reprimand made. "4....
( y t'') 80 feet williIn }.- plan Infludp( paving o' nord oil the gioun'Js that II
attending th.> Slate PoultryMict. I ( which flows thrutmhliBln | during my six years of Thj out: olnl( council too I
held Jan. 10-12 at the \ lands! of 1 picturesque"! I the I, compo. ntllmtls.: !! nn I iI coiinectin'4) ( tog:s throunlKevstone harden hlI"el'n mad advice here," Brune bald. "bo up several items of pencilntjiislnoss. I t. .
I nil t.:11: ciirijiii'i.\ I i-.utleis nnrl I\ In-ii.1ln4: : ; Svlvan- Mtalnst: th chief. In the ub I
Robert Meyer Motor Inn In entry !and Is the hu'altiu 01 Ihy shouU! I be suspended:: ? among them a n->o-
Orlando Included<: in the pro- inuny species of wild! life. IfliMVHlIt\ on I.nlhJ's\ :of t the wny. OiluliSt( and: MagnollAvenue. .enc of CouiU'l'm.in Benin ( have a right to know wha..h.U'ges lutlon comm :ndln.t:: ietini': ,

uram were I such\ "Koi(>:-les"! a- :Mrs. EklwBi-d: \ Itnynor ha hi h\vy on the I 5 I 113 feel lyiim 1 :Mayor N"lson cast hU Vote: t May01Nehsii an Tax CollectitSaiahi :.M"D.iiW :. ,

A golf tournament a luau. anda List returned from 1thl'pc- \ \within th" city. I I bieak 1 the tie In favar: or Red the council talking about.' 1 for her 13 years work In

floor show. week visit on ton:. Inland Clay Cuitn'v' Clerk (itorue Property Stolen :'oarn's motion. ll.tbfrstroli itesmns' / he office took no ,aetion upon

Former hometowner friend? '.vlth her several sisters r... Ciirfllsli1.\ win had be. n Brunt! who apparently ha Councilman 'VaLk:1. : II reMumtlin: sutmittei: b'

ot Mrs Anna MrCullough.! brothers. and m relatives. Ont asked to nppenr at the! nivtinc. From Clay Co-op advance know led l" ; (If th- served a j chairman In th absence Municipal; Judge C. H. Habertroh. -

Mr. and :Mr.s James KI''I>ps. ,>t the highlights;: of tier trip "'U.' LtI'"IC' linniedi.iu-\ During New Year's proposed ouster rend: II writ of Beam read a !It-tie approved the zoning

of Moiimi-.aheln. stoppe was :he; Inu her Kranrt.sDii.! : who thai to be taken to fOl'('. tlll'' I ten statement ,p'-epnrei:: bj from Municipal Judge\ C. HI request from th? LI' nsClu

in overnight with Mrs. :McCulloiiKli ." ax: hunin: on leave from the I the SRD's obta huh ; I theil'i'it.ofwny. Thl1"---' nn'PSP'l\ the storasej his attorney Slirbee! Scruitts I Jack 1 Haberstroh statins urj.ipnt. to th' '">n lI'oa: > :

last I \vcek., followln Mil I In' Com ta'. ;prior to ('111- I ; since( Iv un>tlns{ a I that to save "(JI1 UITa" lI1en.o of tliei: cl'.ithauie: : ap-l! a-lopt:;:

'n month's} stay In St. Peters -.1:1:111.!! I l.v Viet Nam s'nod! Hull I I the (dee"-) w rue, be- 1'In K v-t-nc; Ile'ch's' some- public heailnx.: ;. :tumid:: aikln t I lhi CJLJIlCll O. to tim ed i esoiml: illS' b--u; -'i t t MH t '

burg.Mr t 1)11\ 1 id<1 y''; i 'fl 11'1'. !>[r>:.i i ut the n." duivn! t up) :ill I !the prcwnl. "md'nln !l'li'! loim New be! s;> rve:;: with I ihe: dill! 'Ie t v ritehi: .sui.ntttliu' : hi the Monday night ipeclalu )

and! Mrs. Hi'nrv" Scliu-} ; ". -i'r" :' i b'' 00"lit : t time lie. 1 11\\ I TV' st'iud m: J JI tli'i' V(. !II"! vi .ehnrl, t i lt.I t. \ink( t:tu'e, relating L la: t II"!: ('Illlee* of acclJii I e-.i'nation'; elfM-j' ( :I >'e with!! the "* liv5 relative: \ to repa'' in

ber diove to Jark.Mim\ lite. i '.-. i ,i' (oil rirxt )ji I ttej; I 1'in.iiiifi' ,) t[i "I'' MI I i i 'I'.ntv! second- > -nd' n ( )h ml In", '"- 're I stolen by the cOlin: II sweailnn' III of I the ne;w coun- Tl- hway 100) thiou'h the

frnm L't'a'! .-'I hetwe-'n Tlinr1.ffny. .- Rfdfemn'motion( .1.I kcl'; the ulty.
De.. 31) and Monday i State Reprc.-entntlve Louis its-ti rIng ('""",-,h1l111'' Kill I \\urri-n (Irft ) li cllril l h> ( I n'>

|; .Tnn. 3.The Indians Ford's Grocery It'inlley.' of Orange< Park lead I Comity -pn-.i'iit.itt': lu,,' I.dult. iuntl.-y fur Ills itltstimliHKus '
Play
KEYSTONE HEiGHTS-ELROSE[ I I I thieves' iliad\:, entry to letters of cc-nvnenlau.in t -". heis, is I'I Aiiputt. Oiiiimithiomr.roaj I .

,',, I the stornuR: ureii bt>hln Home Games
plant by ollmhliiK" : the chalnI Melrose Wan-en for his efforts in Im- woik. sellmu the cltvtjpc ken and Menzen placed oi.;. H<

I link fence whli-h, encloses it. piovlns!: the Keystone Airpoit I iwi-uidcr. letting\ of bid ilor lefi'iendum in Drc-nibe
BUSINESS I DIRECTORY i This Weekend -tai and oil ior cttvoivedI :: iv. .it'ii, he stated the pall th -
I Value of the stolen property Ford's Red and White nr>r- from Connressman: :; D. R.. I Billy -
1 wa, cstlmAt'-d to be between kt In :Melrose was entered:;t by i I :Matthews, : :Ma lor Oen ,I vehicles and a dcJuctlon o"d nlcd n( questing to him

300 and $400. Keystone's( In lana; play thieves sometime Monday Ifenry Mc-Millnn.: \ Adjutant; o'' $ from the salarv: of can: After some discussion
I Th-1 Cl.iy Cmntv SheiifVsoffice the! Florida National Oiiar'Doyle council; memnhempiui' m"etln-- was approved by th' CIIU"<> :
,\t'TO( SIU'1CEKING'S; SHOP. ; their first home names this night.;;! January 3. Three pairof
tll.tE1TY!!!
APPLIANCES: : I is Im'c.Lhatlng.Keystone weekend against Fort Whit khaki pants valued nt 83.89 Connor. Commissioner misled. lie also questioned: th that all questions> pertain..

SUPERIORBUTEE and Newbeiry. Both names each an undetermined fiuan nf Agriculture: Senator Charley ,t tommetcouncil's: authority t to the Law and Flint ,

| Cagers will! be played In the :Melroseym. tit'II of rtxarettes.:: and six to E. Johns and:: Rev. Gordon 'pend airport funs:! for a tnt Committee posed by Li K.I.f I'
T SHOP .. to Miami to the FAA KJOC! be referred to that commnt
V Service CenterJ. I{ eight dollars in change!< wa I Purdy. A letter was alsoveal .
1!. T11IF.S.: Prsuprh'ts.rAuthorized Service Station TilT; FRIKNDI.Y) SHOP : Lost 60-51 1 Friday nights opponent I repotted stolen Entry was from th" head of the qtiaitem for a consulting at I for study' and ret-omme, .

:Motorola( -| Phllco O USED I CARS I Ol't'n| from I 0) Till 5MX To Greenv'lle: Fort White. lost to the 3Hlnd bv fnirhvj the lock on Federal Aviation Aiency in to ney on the Keystone! tions.

Sales and Service O GENERAL REPAIRING : Iiy 14Vcrli hans 53-4.: !' In an earlier, 111-1 the front door of the building. :Miami! commending Warren Stnrk' Alrpirt Aut'.ioilty.' ann

Scrimp On All :MtkmTV : ... O ELECTRIC &: ACEI'Y- After :0 By Appointment Only I Kevston"- bill-rontrolUna Cim' iStfll,1q game. Fort \ The Putnam County Khei- for the condition of the air- luncheon :nt the HolicUr
I Nettle: Stltcliberry. O\vner lost week to : "ot-t at the time the official' Tnn for pr--om" Interested:! iiI /
ItAltIO( "STF.KEO LE\K; ': WELDING Indians netted! 1 n 60IH'lctol'Y out last Mayo I Iff's Office is investigating.: I KEYSTONE
Dot :Mi.'Michuel: Operator: ,
t'OLOU TVWork O ovrv, Greenville Saturday' 67-51 1 In a 'name!: thit sawMruvo nspertlon on Nov 2.TKIX.4 viistMal I dpy 'lopment or thTlrpovt.
TEXACO PRODUCTS I Shop Phone 473 453O: : II III nluht.Onnd. 1 : out-play the Fort White \\'.\ N.\MKI: : a, well as t',i' tn"car I rrve-r; Th'-i\trf'
GiiarantoeJ TV Rentals] I :MKI.ItOSK. 173-ini: ; Home Phone.. 11.i-10! I Funeral Services I lea'C i
team. Roy Watkins was approver1; : question wltli! Wa'
Keystone, I Heights.. 173-4651:. hnll ]lie ndhint and l I j' I
.. I 'T.sERYO.C.Carnes. "it>e-lrr[) hnluht gave: Keystone I H"< d Indian mentor. For Mrs. HutsonFnnevnl I as council; chairman nnd ap- Kri., ?;d.-,lin.; I II I, 1 1',
Rhoden (described the Leo/ pointed chairmen of the fillowln --
MELROSEAuto I I h" win\! over th" hard plTvln7 /
YES We HaveRCACOLORT.V j, Ore''nville tenm. J'n' Thins White cantrs: as "good \. se< vices for :Mrs, ( ? stanrllm: comm:tte"I<- MURRHEEInsurance i 13Jw% AARTIJ}j
Service Nursery nnrv Cooper and Stefan ers small. but fast and witha Untie KlPibi-o Hutson. 83 1nnnc! and:: Law. Wai'! : f

Klchnril .J 11.1. I'rnp.Foinier Hlw'vv; I 100.( F1"'altome, r nrokni* verf londini: soorrr! atm OUtj; potontlnl1"' 'But he Pr" ]IPH' nt 2 .> m. Tue dav'n Thomas: Sanitation' !Street'; :,' A $:ten c,' I HAL WALLlS_
: :Miles SK .>( Stnrk added.! "I think the boys arc th" clnpel, of Hard.'Ee APh'n"tt"s' id O.nbisc. O"O"nc' E.: Li-i' General
i'I 1 Yi Si-n the. Indiana Insurance.
ic mi Culiii-t! \ i iWa l)I Owner J L. MotorsMncrlennv : for ,
Nursery" Stuck -- Thtuann I renr'v: for them again thltlm ""ns | ( F'Mi'rn''' Hon Rue: Safety Wl'll-im B"nm : i
>!iers, )Drjvrs. Hefrijrtrators :- : -T-V. 0-n-i.il: 1 Repairs Tree to choose from Nlcs: j n fid-47 lo q.. Frld-iv:! ",It. !
since they bent: Fort' Whir rsstor of the Keyton"Helwht : Sr. KINK.: .\ rrTf_nil' U
.\'l' DlSCOt) () NT PIMCKS( : N"I\\: U-rd PHI Shade, Trees, f K\ ergrppim ; plaht tn Tt enrorm.( Tile Keystone Community Church TIE
earlier In th? 01.; '''<:,11I. the Th" Council: appioved '(pv"lnl1p IIIus'it'i. ELDER
ITi-llMs.
Sl.inri.url: OU Products! ( ; & Lands" ipe Plants All! in! j i !1"1.)< nKn ln"t lo th- told Rev O"o-uc: Il.irrer. j j
Wheeler DiscountAI'PLIANCK conch( said pns- "cque"t from th for
: :?.ll.l.KOSK:: ront.ilnera. plant nny- Trenton K'.rls!" tci'H. !52-34: :! t T of the Avo'id-U" M-thOvlls1r'i'irch. ? mayor J
( STOIIKHiRhwnv ; tinii- C'nme"inn. .v n.i.ilcas | KrvsfMi"1* Nnn"y Kl'icsborry Tlree: unities nre slii d for ippo'.ntment of a committee
offl-latins. Int!r-
21! He, .....,-n I Let us di.. your, kir.cHcapirp, !; I with :i'D( n->inM. WI'" high! Fiicliiy, nl th I Play com 'nl'n"" I ment"ps in Riverside Mr1imrial ( -f five persons to examine --
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I'll. fill l-.WllA at 6 p in with the '13' team he city! books and I study the
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:l.f'Ir"" -mil l-ovi' .'11" Anto Sales & Service I sits sroi-er" In the! icli-ls name. I F-*-k fpnpprv.;
.. Ph. :\11'11'.1' n.- till i'.M'KSTOIM\ ; >: 1: i I I ICevstnne'i l'oCO'rI", \ now 'I inme follow el I by n snme be- :Mrs Hut-on died Monday linnet fnithe pr.i'> of
i tit -cii the Keystone smith Fort maklii! recommendations t3:
3-3 for the s-ason.: The In nt her hom 'I'i% .h"1{ jti' "T'
SPRING MOTORS THE BLUE PINES j White ;sirls: tcantf.. Th 'n th- time council for Impiovemem
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dians' opponent tomorrow -r''I':111' : rxtenfl" I'lnoss. SV
AUTO UEPAIK: CompV1', : :Sii\ire; ,<( Part FjrV I .arslty rnmn! gets under\ way 11 the rton\ the basis of th?
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I is WMte.
: Package Store & j nlRht Fri t They 110 'R' \born I'i 13 "lfor1"n"(\ .
I II 1 I. I K i'W .\ Cl K: X'I lust N''wl 1).1'SRtllrda nt 8 J p. m. I. 5 lit budget. A "'olntmentf
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'vu Tenn nIl had lived in Jak-
T..I. COCKTAIL( ) LOTN'OE: : New .:et-mv.; S.Uurd.iy nl' ht'l Ravmand: starn-'s. ChirletiOl.ue. '
I It: !A \ )]lki\\ anenWe ni'-lit. Both ramps will b.' 'onville lnce 1018. She wai
Goetzman Bros. H.iVf It.' Open" 9 A :Mi :. P :M Ex'Ct; | opponent, II.H'UII only one \ an' .ln-n: Ruffin
played In the Mflr.ise! gym rnimh'iOf'/ the AV'>l1d\I':
Sun lay I lIme so far this Thou '\e. ma-'e' :Pt that: time.
AV.: i vI'\ :M'-" oi aooti) u.dVnllt maiv.I fpt.hodl: \ Phureh! andformr \ ..
Garage ,,: -\\ .I'f'll'' In Stock Kiitprti'iiimciitVii'keinls: : most recent Ions'" \\ a" to Bll Cltv cVrk, Jay Hike; pnCity -'
I : nienit,1cf time! K"vstone -
HEPAII: WORK (;rr'n C'Wl' :oillllnll'''. 2I1'-I1''r' ) !' l'IYrNtHI.L" 'r I' 77-40. last S\turdav: nlaht ]Heh'hts! Cammunlt-: Attol'l1?y Berwi'-'c! Anii
-- cinme time I Is 7 I ii"rr'n wcve n"point to ther
MOTOR( BODY I' \fNTINC:': | p. m. with theKr.vftonc %
Church for 15 .
I year:
PORTA1ILELDINO' (OMMIAI.KOFK : II.I, ( This r : mints teum t.iklti", .1.-c its for the ensuln iear
:: : man She was vel! known In K" '
I'SKl: ) ( '.\HS HIGHWAY(; :501 I I in their counterparts, fromNewbeny. ytone 1 Reappointment oonlnst I \
1 havliu m.ide I her honhere
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Also lamis n :\\lo\\I'r-Ullth"nr.1. :3);)!) Acres: three-fourth- followrd by the I I Board chairman John Bird
nt one time with h?;
:MntorH\ cleared ; :5-ronm) > house,; out t-: can help I varsity: HninvRruxlen : daushter./ :<.fl'',;. Otha Orollck t,1n.t members 0 C. Llvlng-
WE HAVE GOOD 'buildings. Some repair Inul high praise! foi 'I tJn. Miss\ Emma Kate MansfIeld -

Hwy 21 Keystone Henrht 1 Keystone's( camera! wlio are and :Mrs. Flank Ottlnger 0 ,
: needed. (;Jood farming and! F. :\V.\I.U\ril.. SIl. ,
'l' ed C'ars and Trtu-IvH: youl
> conchi'd' this season by msUt-
I wn m.ide by th' council. with J
cattle land. ; .sIltvlI11th: > \VF. .
Next to Drlvc-In Theatre $17.0:? ) per acre. t
,
nut Lvndle Klrtley. Rhodenald
At S.ivitig Tricestte'll M Wnlrath. Sr. of Keystone a lequest for: the! chairman tr- }
Phone I73-.SKM: I I For compUt ,prof clton, you i < :! tin team which lias II H"\lhl"l died early make a recommendation fat: 1 :
... Get It Fur You ,S.E.McKay, Realtor I need Inu.nea. t t".* U adopl- 3-3 record so far this season Wednesday : morning\ In the the successor t ta: Dr Wtlhelm. ,-: -- ?.- ,

Nite & Sun. 4T3: .:ilA3; U UiDon't Il.ire It KRVSTONR I HEIGHTS n able..d,.lo TSal'l changing. .what protection you get I has continued with Its start- Urndford County Hospital \who was unable to serve. .' ,.#?:: ',. '- .. :.. _ _

Phone 473-431H In .v.ry Gulf Life policy with Inn line up.; Jim Thles and Funeral servlot s will be heIr' A motion was approved by

Vernon I h Adapt-A-Plan. For .xampl. Chester Glenn at tenter: lit 4 the council stating\ appreciation -
Buff Garage I p nm. Friday: in the Community Pressed
.,. Auto, Sales & St.J'\ in' 1.:0.: \PU.\\TS: a mortgage policy can bo Gary Cooper, Stefan BrokiiJ Church cducatijn.il? to retiring Mayor Beas.ry For Money?
adapted to provide retirementIncome.
II "\'. I 11111 Key-tone Ilfftn. Beidler's Ash this' friendly Gulf I und Jerry Klim at forward: bulldlnx. Interment will b? '. for his work In the post
Authorized Di'alei Foi Holiday Life Repreientarivv about ill Tom Trle-st and Johnny Moon In the Keystone Heliihts[ Cemetery. dining the past :years.
Chrysler Plymouth ValU-nt! 471-:! '1370: I Restaurant usOunidr, ; Mickey Brok.is A more comolete oblt- Councilman LaRue read a TROUBLED BY TAXES?
and ]IJounle Osteen playlivi
iinry will be found in another list of recommendations: to
l'nil T New OwnrrslilpP.IL I
Simca International\ Hai- |
the-Kiinrd-forttrti-cI positions" : BOTHERED BY
council. Inchr'ltvj neveral motions BILLS?
i I'AKl-'DKS" : f'Mnn of this l 1"4u >.
.\lITO() : ,
SKUVJCEI The conch said Oiry Coopi I
vester Trunks Scout 4-Wheel I Fin" 1 P.'vl. To'lorit, 'l l ",.11"' ] I : which wer? not acte
l. i i Is the trim's! leudiivc scor- eludes wins Fot Whit.'
o\er :
OPK-V 7 upon Including, a request' t-
I 11\Y1'l WFTFICI See for
Drive. I I l-'nll Ihiuh-r.4. T.unclii'HMi c': no far.ltli !00! points to I 53-49! : Luke B'ltler. 51-50' review the Code of Ordinances : us friendly; personali/od !service -

"- : HENDERSON'SService I',trt '--lliilli: '.',....1.. I his credit. Stefan Droka.v he and Oreeiulllieoll.( Losxe and eliminnt unncses on all your (financial problem: W.hclher I -
Clayton Revels "Sen' lug' V\rrn\ I'li'H till :.MldnltiIIKKK : ndded. runs n elo.se! M'cond:: I have been to Tienton. 81-47- m"tl'I'laHe\ particularly eit3d )''''1 need n loan checking\ or saving'snccount !!

: Center I : ,, with !97) points n-11. 50-47: aol to Plerson: the occupational! : lu-ense penalty ( or advice on ?ioney matters, we're

Chrysler-Plymouth, ''I Block North! of K
St.in.l.iTOil: | PnxluctsKOAII KPY'STnnf'fOllTI": ; : : I ball." Illindeii\ snld. "They'veimpioved Assistant! : C.ucn Klrtltfy that of Leo 11111 and :Mrs 0

INC."NOBODY I I sruvin: : I_ slnop the !start of who has been guiding the Indian L.. Llnsln. who I lecelved fin 's
.lohnton Outboard uSE;!" ctnsFlanks ; the season All It takes la experience cagcrs: this. season favors for violation of the ordinance
{::\I.fUSI'U.i'I: : I !Sulet' ; & Si'rvlrnI'NIiinu i I Used Cars and\ cfnfid.'nce.'' he ''' a maim ii-tfl-m.tn cl"fenseusually Othjr recommendation, KEYSTONE STATE BANK

,. I TiU'klo' hunt' ng; I A\tied.\ n I 1-2-2 combination! )IIIti
CLAYTON IlL'n'I.s"10jO : madbv LiRui- included
Eq"hi.nsv'nIImuatTriIIerFIrF.t.: | | 1 .. and 3-T Shopnur I Acc hdlng "r'"5I'llhJd"'*). the .\ a 2-1-2 or 2-2-1 offense j ina : do- I'mht'r .F.n.I.C. Keystnne II..Il1tFla.! -
OfLr KRROSKNRTntcrsectlon !' hliNi i.lY; KKIirilAKN: Jr. away with the fee system
N. Orange; I Hwy 21-100 Sell Trade i'Iiitui,. 17i.IIIO: : Indians have tlcvelope.l! a | The recoil of Keystone'sj'B' I with respect to the municipalcouit. "Your Friendly) Rink In Your Friendly)
nod tony:' olfen.se and a. ,I Team so t'ai this! seasolI. ) ,
Green Cove' Springs :38l-mil! Keystone Heights 473-4907 I Hlwa/ 100.) 8 ml. South I II,,\: liH.'iKl I requested. the hiring of
I potlentlally\ strong defense \U 1-2. Wayne Homer Is lead- Comrntinlty.
I of Starke >> Hl.illc. I 11.'liIt"F'.I.. j a former city employee; fOI.,
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Keystone's 3-3 record In- ing scorer with 38 points. _


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Ponce de Leon St Keystone souil Riime: They are especliilIv .loan und I attended the :10th
comoclute the number of persons NEWS NOTES KeystoneGolf
Prison Inmates Will Present
attending. Club Estates I I.sec hut I1I1'Jht"I / pniiid" (of II plaque presonN wedding nnniventary of11'.

KEYSTONE KINDOtOAKfEN CLASSES: fly Helen I'.niin: NewsThe article I ,eiI I to them. by the RCA Corn- .: and Mrs W. H 1 Hump I Nor-

HILITES Keystone's kindsma i' ten 'Operation Teenager' at PTA Thuis., Jan. 20 Keystone! filly' far" bcinff one of the ontHt.iiiilinK rls of Lariosso: 1 enjoyed the

Kvstonp Golf and .! dcnlora in F'loildii pleasuio of helping! with the
hold at St Williams' Church C1IUKCIIAll School PTA. 1:30: p. m. ; for
I COMMUNITY: CountlY Club Husband-Wife I UK,.".. flowers for the ixuusnm: und
School lunch E's'oi'.im
In New : Dam
Hall, began classes Monday "Opriatlon Teen-Ager a frrence two years ago Circles 01 the Community -
I 'louinameiit has been rescheduled Joan r felt quite up in
Wheeler's grown
Ail sister Mr.
From will where the plan was "Operation Teen-Ager. Com
( preceding page) with ten children enrollliiR startling picsentation. Orleans Church Women wee well
to Jan. 23, with a social to uctopt' tne many
lnll11"8.: ( Odrdoman helping
/ jeorse
The school meets from 8 a.m. highlight the pro-ram at th I discussed. Seeking permission epresentcd at the first munity 1'iayci Qioup. 7.30:
St. Johns River Junior Col : hour and covered dUh supper Nondenomlnational.Frl. of Sliolliii-rK.' town who have gifts open and list and got
to noon, Monday through Fil- Keystone meeting from Trxas to use their idea General m.-ellna of p. m. I
Sl'hOol.l'rA I monthly following the aUernonn play "Iron In the Whoeler'a them on dspl.my.: "Why, w".. "\Ve
lege roommate George Newman day. and offers a complex Thursday. Jan. 20. at 7.30: p he received enthusiastic approval the nev yeai on .JII I1l1a I y 3 1 .. Jan 21- Citjvxl f Ar- "rtmiiii/v i |' /

of Jacksonville, home: pie-school curriculum. TO. I and supplied: a film.t The list for signups has I bor Day P.OKiam: :i p. m. I lot for a couple of weeks areI Just: ahout decided tu saC uurMth
6tI'l1e.110: ;-
with him for the weekend last JI7MORS TO HEAJl Four iinmmrd men staikly ip for use In developing: th' .vii 8, Raymond : Chali-! been posted on the bulletin Lawrence! B'.vd: by Post Of- 1 'inning to BO on Wednesday I : ) anniversary up by :i'2yaai's :
:lhnal'al1,1)/ Finance:) boara at the clubhouse ac- tn N'ev; I after this wonderful occasion
VVo't
t
fnr H tfWvcelta.
Filday Young Newman;: received fice.
SAFETY OFFICER different in their white shutani In Florida. I
[ prmrram man reviewed th:! woik of the to Lea atephenson, : war enjoyed by ,-o ,.iy:
coidlns I They will return when their
the signal honor In hisenior Sgt Ron Elliott of the Florida trousers: with blue le, I The prisoners travel ab'u ml-sioii fie'cls.' pointiivj out Sun.. Jan.J:! Husband
club pro. and there will be a ..Inlij.\htl'\ 'iinUoi l sometime friends und teuitivca of the
years ut Oi-ihap Kenny and Wife Golf uinnmpnt' i aIDIIII -
Highway Patrol] will speak stilpp, will b presented In. the( state: ID their varied assignments
tint the church cantilbufT: to ,
I : side tourney for those who do i 'I..I 1 I'd'); ullrHI'st.: Norlis' in the Lacrnsi! mca!
Hlah School: of being chosen Golf
Keystone und
: tha Junior Wonsn's turn by numerical designation with one gflyjunai'med. Country
to members of ,
: I ] eight home niLiHtuns and ei hiforrlsu not have galling spouses. I-1 I Mr. /nnd' ;\11.... Ar.ilv, I'.oxwcllno 'I ill next week if You J uld
on thp High School Club, 9 hole and. cnvri'eddish
AllAmIelica I Club tonight I IThursdayl -, : to the audience follow- In an automobileand missions. play I
Baseball ulges those who plan to participate : .iluo to in',live hack /ut t theirli have lung fiiend.ihlpitculti
Team. i ,( I at 7:30.: The me Unll I ing a short introiuction.Their : ip.. nd the night at county siippei lvalue icslstratlon :: I
Circle! meeting wl:;I be held In boUl e.ints to I ..1 nle.i I ,' Ilium* uroun'l, Kebru.iry vaLe a shout incinuiy! :
Newly Inaugurated:! mayorAl will be held In th3 Clay Electric .subject Is themselves I road camps or county jails
Monday Jan. 17 as follows: register early, so that the Hi,si, but report are tli.it
Nelson Nelson
and
Mrs. are Co-operative conference one that has spellbound over They are booked for appearances -
visiting In South: Caiollna for room. 80.000 people dui Ing the past as far in advance as The afternoon circle: meeting committee can make plans for '................T .., they got
at :30.: are Mrs. NorWOJII'S the social gathering clinic home this week: (CkulIn
several weeks. Sgt. Elliott who lives In two yearsEach May 4. and Sinclair has files Of The Lakes
\ Circle( at the home of Sliver engraved trophies hove thuni' buck with i
Keystone Club! Pro Les Jacksonville Ls widely known of these persons Is an of letters requesting the program INDIAN BEACH I IIM |
: II Mrs J. Azzle Williams Mrs. Kill' be presented to the winners Mis. Ji" Strnmlnoig had
; an I Iiltoiiuion
and his wife had. the Garden
Stephcnson! : through his television appearances inmate ol th" Florida State: after having! seen It I :Members of
their Puerto Rico golfing trip on behalf of the Highway Prison at Raiford. One is I The general public will be Davis' circle at the home of of the hubband-wile ( I vi"it dining'\ ; the 111-1 Club of the Lakes held their

Illness ofFrun's Mis Charles Wallen Ius. Mrs. tourney. an annual event tlnke Santa I'e) Hl I iva I U0111: "ti i'ui. bleul the
cut short the annual Christmas at
by Patrols safety drive andthrough SPI vln" a life sentence for Invited to attend the meeting. party
'
Dodd's Circle at the home of by the Women's I i'.ill' 'hull,, II n.1 !
sporuoied A'1'antlI.IUjhtel
father In Greensboro numerous public op-I flrst- eqree murder: anotherconvicted and a. particular Invitation Is Mrs licme of Mrs C. Mitchell. :\ in
JaCK FIuler.! Sr. .
I Mrs William Reynolds Sr. 'of ii-kiimville. :
uuit Association. M.mv of
N. C. Last reports from Fran II I' and you Keystone Heights on Thuisday. -
pea lances In this aira. of assault with in- being given to te n-age 1 I
flute that his condition Is ,1, Cl'B SCOUTS ENJOY t"nt to commit: manslaughter.. college-nge students, to whom Mrs. Mlckle's at her home VVG.V BUSINESS; MEET ........AAA AAA A AA*A AA AWell I "lomomher MIH Catchall nalie D'c. 30Arrangements.
I and Mrs. Schroedre's circLe at A covered dish luncheon at ( daiislUor of the late
but that his spiilt 1\Irs'i In the
unchanged OUTING ON TRAIN The third' man Is serving 13 the presentation will have Its
the home of Mrs. Lewis Le- I, the home of Mis. Al Watson here vtiaie off toanother Z. O. Lynn.Sl.iny ,
Is good. Eighteen boys of Cub Scout years manslaughter: : and greatest appeal Christmas tradition were used j
I bert with Mrs. Joseph Stein ioilowed a nine-hole two club busy wrck wli.v Ive of the people out hel'of"t'l I
Vilstlngr Mr. and Mrs. A. O I J In for this -
decorating occasion
Pack 305. 0 f Keystone grand larceny, and::! the last\ ns co-hostess. Mrs. Howe'smotning limit touiney last Thursday.Low hardly reiillKpi.! CliiiitninH. l N I l" i I HID luss, of a line neighbor
.
Loudon were her daughter went on their first was sentenced for bieaking TTTfTT WVTTTT TV*TT Refreshments servrdby
Heights !
'\'j her : circle meets at 9:30: net winners. tying: with a over-have you? I even have i this wcc-li'. Aira. Hattie
Virginia. and husband. I outing/ of the! year last Saturday and entering' with Intent to'' a frIend drop,( by \\11.. lives, : Klinbio I llutson the hostess Mrs Mitchell.
at the home of Mrs David Alex BioKua pasHed
: 42 Mrs.
were away.
Jack Nelson, of Ottawaha, L E.
commit and co-.sostes.ses. Mrs
train ride from a felony,
taking
II a MELROSEBy over on Swan Lake ami Mho I She HI: old
wim and lived
Nelson with Nettie Smith
Mrs and Mis. E. F Aiken. years -
Ohio for several days. j Harris and Mis N. W. Harden -
Staike to Hawthorne The They speak of the events: hint,
I as co-hostess. Evening elides: A group of 24 attended the alrexly bought!; sonic of in this! ;uei for 15 yell,'a.
Rev and J. D. Bowen it.
Mrs. trip included a tour of the which rau>-reach of th"m, her next i berg
I yviir'H& ChrlMlmiia' SIte l.s ,
Sally Rothhammer Nisrhteneales Mrs. White luncheon and business meet- siiivivod locally by her
attended the Florida State tiain station where they were separately and unrelated from gifts! Now isn't slid the I! After exchanslni:' 'uifls. a

E angellstlc Conscience as the .. .. ,, ... ,, ,, ,, .. ,, rhaliman. meet at 7:45: with Ing, and heard Mrs. A. L hiisbmid, Hiireh and her tour of the Mitchell's (camellia!
i, shown many interesting other to< commit acts .... ,.. ,. ... ,. hos [ I smartest one ?! | II iluiKhter." : ,.:<. \V. J. Grollck. :
Mrs Raymond Stamps ns Uuiils. explain the new lObti
delegates; of the First: BiptlstChurch. w hich iifcd. thorn to end up I' Mal den was entoyed bv the 20
things. DUPLICATE BRIDGE I tess. Rebeccas, with Mrs. Miller golfing rules. Announcementwas We Btnppci( I w'n III t IVle Many (India: Beach neighbors
Held in Orlando members two
and guests at-
The boys wele accompanied as ('on lets. They seek to I '
First Baptist Church. the I I show 1st place Mrs. Emory I Wrinkle chairman: meet made of the forming of a and, Joyce Barton's now\ home( nnd, Ie\'- t"nltl's attended the tending.

ended to- I by their newly appointed Cub- by reverse example Cooper and Mrs. R. P. Vogh. at S p m. with Mrs. William Qolfaround Association compiled on Sun'tI.v* afternoon, sail they Bervlco" which were> hclil in
meeting
three-day mistakes I
I and they made which
day. I master. Barry Wyman. should not be 2nd place-Mrs. Roland Bryan -'I Warien. of Women's Oolf Association were busy. finishing, 1'1'' the .1.1"1" (:<"\\1\111.* on Tllel
SLAI'GlirEK BOOKS Committeemen Bill Moiganand others Each repeated has by and Mrs. R. N. Livingston.3rd Annual report and elt -tlon members from the! rafters. We (do believewhen. LIck. ntnl! hr.ind'H, I ',lIll1rd Plastic Notebook $';..">0 at the
Jack Bannon.CIIL'ItCII man been I
NEEDED I NE'SFirst closely screened for this assignment \ place-Mrs. Mary Cook of officers was held at the gall and countly clubs 01 they finish shooting! thv roof. hnvo boon away to A hints. all Tri.EORAril.

Ladeek's column: 'arrled Baptist The Harriet From a list of 40 and Mrs. Iva Hlllyer. 4th moaning Worship service hourlast Keystone Ocala Inverness: they may have' some. cnOl'motl"Icaks" fi",r l-'rancps. to visit her mother

an appeal horn KevstonM: 1 inmates who volunteered for place Mrs. F. S Hubbardand Sunday with William SUike Pulatka, and Ouiuen taken cine of. I It Isgoing :Mrs. T A. Sweat. Mrs. NOTICE
Kelly Class of the church met I Club of Ocala to be one of 1 Isis. outstanding -\ t-.uont h.iil,,!
Hills nut
School Librarian Emma Kate Mrs. Paul Johnson. Few. chairman of the Boardof Country beolfceHnlt'
the
Job, Prison DeWltt
home of Mrs Lesll- Supt. Notice
at th" homos on tills l Is hereby, given that
Mansfield for copies of works I PERSONALS Trustees piesldlnv The The group will Join for play up to par so Frances and
Sinclair
Moniay evening, with checked each l'ecol'dand line the Stockholders
Beasley when they finish of The Community -
Dr. Frank Slauuhtci for Nancy Kirk spent one night nominating committee's recommendations once a month with each club IOhOrC-\\ Diek (fell the IIIRO to checkon
by brief speech
memorized
Mis Ed Hubbard pr sldlnll.I ail State Bunk of Starke
are doing most of it ,
the school chll- last week with Shirley and for trustees host in turn for luncheon and hoi. TI1l' I' dniifihter, :Marsha -
|
leading by
by each
I This class provides! teachers! applicant concerning! selves. Starke. Florida will hold their
dren. Dr. Slau htel'. who has of his life of ciime. then chose her mother Mrs. C. W. Sever. I and stewards was unanimously nine holes of golf i 1 Uoyiitcr of Interlarhen Annual
different departments at the
fo Meeting banking
II I ; Mr. Mrs. New member welcomed to Mis Hoy (nriffin: soil ilmgh- hud. her new young", Hon in to
and L. O. Baldwin accepted and the following
done much of his writing! at has four tough boys. After call house
:
I School, and the
the Sunday and the was Mrs. John lor ,\va went to IIt'tly' hometown the ,ilui tor, In Gainesville. for of( CommunityState
sorts took Sara back to nominees elected: For three- group
his Lake Geneva hom? here! j ing in a panel of citl
an cniollment of 15 members private Plant Bank, Jan. 15: 1966. at
of City on Tues- ills
Chesiington. a loimer resident I one month check-up on
Stetson last Sunday term the Board of
will talk before the school In Ted Onlesbv is the class: /ens to hear each piesenttlon. University year on 12 M.iii.i.isiiu.
:Mis
of lust wl'ntl ':
of Keystone who has I'etul ned day week. They Siitiiidiiy I nnd GrandmotherPiunces
February ane the English' a few changes were made and They stopped over in Trustees: Albert Bachmann.
tearhor. FoIlolngthe baamess \ ,
to attend. I the ,
teachers are requiring each the piogram went to the Bunnell for a short visit with R. L. Bridges and:! Marvin here to make her home. fiinrml of a I vent along to sit
i session the group enjoyed peo young cousin of Hetty's, who with the other three
grand-
child to read one Slauuhter pie lends.::! Homer. E. A Rushton for a
I a social hour. wits the vittlni of 'O'l'U'Jo1: ii' I''U'l'V'I'lfm: 'I'i,
ililldion
"'iiii'ei' of I All ate" in line health
book prior to that time. The Nell Pearce Circle of Although unique in this Parents of Carl Hagglund two-year unexpired term I t the brain I Piiilnjj t tin.same. I lit this. wiltingWo I I : :! I I'U"IIII"I S \ \ >n.:
Copies of all books. whether I the state. the idea was bortowedbv Jr. five years old and Eliza- Board of Stewards for three CALENDAROf
WMU: met Tuesday at diy. one of their twin Nnllro i. ,
( : I.
beth I Sissy j Parsons, six Mrs. R L. Bridges A. hail, iinlo a busy we.ek.1 ii'r'iy irln Hint.
bound or paperback me welcome -, home of Mrs. S. Moody.'Ith Sinclair from Texas discing years: ter.s Juno canto ) IhUgh.\\ > til,,. UllTHlKIKll. lltl'l"! t Ill-I, pruVlMlilIlM .-
according tolIss i Southern years gave them a Birthday R. Marwlck.: and C. A, Titus.. Events On Tilesdiy, we were over to of m
:Mm' A. O London clicl"! a Prison Con- (lie me.islcM, Nl'I..IIC'HR< to 11.101| | I'11,11I.r 2.'i..i.' I.IU *
Mansfield. who ad led that Follow- Party Thursday morning. It These!; officers will be Installed I C'uhniii: : tit visit :Mrs Frances "r Kii>i'iriii.. .\i. i IH ...r mi.I will
chairman presiding! I those! of you who knnw anything 'Crows and her brother Timor, with 'tin- iM Tk of .
Dewov "
would all was held at Kindergarten and Sunday morning' Jan \ tie'
she screen copies In.' the business. Miss Edith will be allocated toward further of twins twin Jenn followed !- :\ I Clnult I'uiirl.' In ami. I r.ir liiinl-.

carefully before disseminatingthem jewlsen gave the call to prayer I repair work of the Parish all their classmates were Invite I 9, together with continuing Thurs., Jan. 13 Junior with her case. this wookeml llIl'I'hee.Ve enjoyed a roril, I'''unts'. "Klitrlila' '' ., upon ,I'"ii.t ,.-

to the students All persons followed by Mrs. J. D. Hall the erection ::!. Ice cream, cookies, and board officers officers of the Woman's Club meeting 7:30p. : huge!; fish super and made of proiif' of imlilli' I iiUnn. ntIhlM .

wishing to donate or loan I of a new cake was enjoyed by all. women's oiganlzation. and m. Clay Co-Op Conference l 1\1 lins,, : for us to return on Saturday I n''I Iu.. tinriMltliiiiH t I flu,mmmc'
Bow en. program chnliman. carport and utility room. Art and I GeorgeVhoelei% 1110l"nlngprovidIng allliii' of Stark. Nursing. I llonio"' nnilir"ii ,
Dr Slaughter's books are requested Mrs. E. I. VanNetta spent Sunday: School. Room. Program on safety by .
who !give' a talk on What isMissionary Saturday. Jan. 15, religious until hive : a <-h wn an" > iMiiriiif. .! In imumsi.nl.miN -
to bring them to the : Education! show- Instructions will the holidays in Lakeland visitlng OES CHAPTER NEWS: Sgt Ron Elliott, Fla. State] say you spent New I elements co-operated for at .HIIV S;, t'.,lIey It'Mlll.'
: I resume fOl'all Years In New .
I Orlcmnn. then .1 'hog-killing. True to predictions :.otnrkc KluililaI.Hwti.n ,
chool Mrs. Leila Cannon. PatL.ol.Mon. .
school library during At the January 4 chapter Hwy.
chan-
Ini the many different grade students In the par you have NKVKK; : 'libialo l the. weather not only II Th.innins, s.
hours or to Miss Mansfield'shome In which be of ish. Mrs. Robert Davy Eagles- meeting the officers each advanced ., Jan 17-st. William'sAltar (".1 ., ,,
mls we can Class will begin at 10 a. the occasion nt nil1! They repot rlontoil! up but It turned, cold! Icy Komi. Sturki Kin i I/1:i I IntinBt -
on Little Keystone Lake help to others and::! oUI''Ielves.I m. In St. Edward's Parish field Sr from Indianapolis. one step. with AssocIate Society 10 a. m. .t they Ivnl the time of needed 1 U. I' ThiiiiiiiH" :'J-'J I Munl-'
is nnd
afternoons and evenings In- Ind. Is here visiting her sister lIl1trol'Dorothy Koons Wed., Jan. 19Homemak- we got the Job Ki>.n..rv"- ('i"! "%pi Ii, ,lii.. Ti"'nu
werserved bvtht' \ '
Refreshments Hall As many students and their lives! Ole :Man( Weathercooperated !' '
c >ne. A very busy but thor- l/i:I Inlernxl. anil 1. w In .1.I \\ IIIIH.
quhies may be made by call- hostess at the end of the parents as possible should attend and brother-in-law, Mr. and and Associate Patron Floyd er's Club meeting, 10 a. m. perfectly and they iniKhly: enjoyable dny till 2.lh: St H, \\'. I i'l,..\-l mil.TOIIII '.

Ing the school or Miss Mans- I meeting the 9 :30 Mass Immediately Mrs. Henderson M Bell III. Kaon( advancing:! to the Worthy home of Mrs. Herman Roehl just had. u wonderful, time. wodilnK in the spent of I/a lull."11-i. own."in
Mrs. J. W Stl'l\wD,11i company mmuteI'thlui) J'th .I"y <.f i lpiim-
field in the evening at 473- expec- Matson and Worthy Pa- l '
Fay Taylor Circle: met at. "before Instruction. This ted back from I They any the only cllsappoinl- l''nim'on' Dewey and :'11'. ami11' t II ln-r A, f> I'ltl:; ,al MliirKi' ', )Hi"',nil-,
Miami by
4125. th home of Mis. Leslie Mass is offered each Saturdayfor ( tron chairs and conductingthe Plastic; Notebook $2.50 at the t' ment they felt wim' rlullngthL' :\ ''. Math Wnsilin. I Cord fnnnl. 15. ,Klo-lil' .iI. .

IIOMK.MKEIl: CLUB: TO Bfasley on Tuesday. with the vocations to tha Priesthood Wednesday. She is there on opening! part of the meet- I TELEGRAPH. first half of that FloitJi-Mls-, On Sunday afternoon Jack. m I I.: "in "lip I I'll",

MEET chairman. Mis Robert Ennls.piesidlng and Sisteihood of our business. Ing. Worthy Matron Edythe .

The Homemakers Club will Following a brief Diocese. Linda Rothhammer will be Nicholson read an inspiring _. -- ---- -. - --- ---- -

meet on Wed. Jan. 19, at 10 "iMislness ses ,lon. Mrs Stella St. William's HlRh School home the next few days overcoming New Year's challenge.It -

a. m. at the home of11'5.. the measles. Her was reported that Mrs
students will
Stanley gave the call to prayI resume their
Clara Rehl. on Ponce de I Pr-wim Chairmanfrs! .I leliglous Instruction classes brother, Clyde Just got over Gloria Murrhee was to bo hospitalised !- AREA BHESS DIRECTORY

Leon St. In Keystone Club I A, E. Anthonv gave a resum- I on Monday Jan. 17. at 6:30: them. !\ for a few days for

Estates th? yellow house on of "Our Missionary EducationWork I I p m. In St WIlliams Church Chester Wesley and sister some further treatment: also I

the left of the second residential in Floilda". aHel'.hlch\ Hall, Nancy and aunt Nancy Bass that. Call Stringer former : -- .. __ = ."'- -. I
of Gainesville in II =
block. spent Sunday rhfiDter } ---- -
number now residing
rcfirshments were served by I Sunday Jan 16. i is regular
All interested ladies of the Melrose visiting family and In mulls fell and I AUTO KALKS&SKIIVICE AlITOSALVAfJEPaul's
the hostess. monthly Holy Communion recently I ;:. "FAIt.M J.lIII'\IJ'N'I'; ) ; PAINT & GJ.Af8Liddell
community are extended an friends.: received a foot Injury. Mrs. '1 1I _
Sunday for the ladies of the /

invitation to attend the meet William's St William's Altar Catholic SJcl"tv will St. I Parish. who are asked to occupy Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Faberof I Lillian King, who has been Barkley Motors, Inc. Auto SalvageWe I Santa Fe Tractor,

ing of this group which I is the front reserved Coleman Mich. were guests on the sick list for several Paint &
meet :Monday. Jan 17. at J 10am pews Buy Wrecked
Cat At Inc.
sponsored< bv the of Attie and Anna Lee duilng months
County fOI' them. was in a car accidenton TRIUMPH

Hom Economist. for the regular monthly REMEMBER: confessions are the holidays. N>w Year's Sunday. Herhusband FIAT Tot' I I'R1CES 1 I r () ic i) I Glass Co.
meeting.
Future meetings will be I heard on Saturday afternoons Mr. and Mis. Walter Dean and his aged mother IIILLMAN A SUNBEAM All AUkrs & Model' Cued' Kiirm" Tractors" & Implements KYANIZE PAISTS
held In th' Clav Co-Op MeetIng On St Patrick's Diy. March and their son, Dwight Dean weie Injured but Mrs. King I
at St Williams Church from VOLVO Part' 10..1.i| Industrial Machinery j Class Mirror Blldln, noor

: room. a.s the /group ha' 17. a color television set willbe 5 to 5-30: p. m, not on Sunday and! wife of Columbus Ohio Is reported getting! along well We Specialize In Tlpyi' Hr'rvl"<'n-"'" Ulll I I.ANDKOVKR' : 4 Wheel Drive I', Tub Enclosures Sbowor
grown to uch extent that ulvn away at I a dinner were guests of Misses AU13: at this writing,
an I nioininai'GST / SALES & SERVICE: Find Any Part For 1'ou. MVLK.S:: PARTS. BKRVICKNV : I Doors Windows Awning' -
function in St Edwaid> Pn-
home facilities will not ac- Lee on Jan. 6. Hostesses! for the social hour Factory Trained Mechanic 4.dlnr<.vllk- 3)6-ISig! I I thIs Sixth Onlncavlllo Carpet Wallpaper Storefront
'sh Hill: In Staike Pr 'erK
M WOMAN'S; CLUB NEWSWoman's
and refreshments served following <41 1 N. Past Stock Yard Phone 37JAIIDKN it I Consultation.
-I 199 CLEAN USED! CARS
Club held meet
a
the meeting were Mrs I 116 NW Sixteenth, Bt
:nOl N. MAIN
ing last Wednesday. Theie
Rosalie: CoUln. chairman: I OAINESVTIl: 173-1191
I I Oeln..vlUe 372-4371 (: ) : SUPPLIES
I were thirty present Hostesses Mrs. Millie Muhlhofer. Mrs CHAIN: SAWS I

> I Mrs. Paley Boyd. Mrs. Jean H. ouUe Pciiy. and Mrs. Jane !
Chance. Mrs W. A. McLaugh- JEEP .iM.ATINP,
DOJS. Johnson & Faris Inc.
G8t7j1riJ I ,
lln Mrs. Boyd in charge of I Family of 4 Wheel 1 Drive I
The Orand Instructor of A. & J. Saw Ocala Chrome
.M' ta6I decorations used orchids and District 9 will b3 honored at p ICAMHI.EIt; Complete! Line of

LelH of other flowers shebrought I *hf: 4-PI.AST'I-!' Plating Inc.Copper
the January 18 chapter meetIng Am r108" Finest )Economy! cI i .
back from Hawli & Mower Co. .11 ItTII.I/.KKS!
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(' I 8lrm mod Service
Ntci III. Ctmmiiua:
'lIl1f/r. The next meeting will be held I (InorrUdlrrl't KupffMi-a I

.'E PR/Cf/ IS NO tilUiD\CAP\ ) Jan 19 with Fled Young as AARP fHIPTKKThe : Ridgway Motor Co. Joe AniJrrson< Mp. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' I Cadmium, Metal Finishing
nominating commit Custom aufflnc"NTIQ'F.
guest speakerCIILISCII= I
tee's I 224 17 W 8th Ave I!
report CLEANINO
NEWS was presented at 1132 /H. Main Homelite Chain Rnwl

Women's Circle of Faith thecovel'ed dish lunchon I Gainenlile 372-H43S PHONE 372-0476 i iPl SILVER. BRASS. COPPER

Piesbyteilan Church will meet I today 1 Thursday I. Due to the SALE;: & SF-HVICr; fl.llll1f'"ltle Industrial Hard Chrome

Thursday at 9:30: a. m. at I Christmas: party on December i B & G Motors Co. Repairs & I'art-i All Makes I 1536 NE': 2nd A"!'., i.ea"
Mrs r 9. thf 7n"mber hlp! postponed r. III) 1':14: WEAK Dial IJ'.<"-flllltl
Frances Lyle's home. 1ADfLLAC.OLflsiMiIsiLESALES : I
A class under thi directionof the election. Installation of, te SERVICE irii\rly 'Ir.ulor: !Sali'tt'

-TI Mrs. John Brennan Lake officers! will probably take! : Fll.e Selection of Used Cars &: !ill'r\.Ice. Cherry'sOalnenvllle's

Santa Fe with a different place on January 27 with Taken On Cndlllai. Trades SHJNSWILLIAMS
nominees as follows Helen 2022 N.K. Hlvrl. I
: Gamfsvillc
topic: each Thursday at 1:30: I tOOl N. W. 13th. Rt. 441PIIOVE Most Fa-shlonabli

TI I for adults. chlliien:! at 3:30: V. Egan, president:! : Mrs Ethel I I'hone 372-iJ88: :; j f Address For Ladles
\ Anyone in the community Is Weyman, vice prMdent Axel! I 37 -7M5' I fI Neon Signs. Inc.

invited to attend these class- Malmgren. treasurer: Mrs. Just Off WaMi P.o.id i ifONCKKTK IRESSESSUITSCOATSMtTERNITY: "Sl lfII Fp With WIlll.iiiiH".

,!11"1" They will be held at the Emily Ison recording' secretary I Pinna Performance I : WEABACCESSORIES PLASTIC- NEON SIONS
"
': and Mrs. Nettle Smith Sales Service :M.ilnti'nnri. s
Presbyterian Church. --
IN ON THE HUN FOR THE BUXCKS Wednesday at 9:45: a. m. corresponding! secretary.Muhihofer SAAB ; ; I'HOW'SINSIST )) Erections Alteration
I IH II.Y.S
the Melrose Woman's Society "Your Designs) or Ouis'\ ,
% ANII !SKIUKK: : > 7 W Univeisltv. Gainesville
Buick Specia1 J of Christian Service will meet Given THAT ALL YOUit 2720 N,E 20th Way
CLEAN USED i
p In the educational building at Leave Of Absence CARS | CONCRETE; : PKODLC'IH;(; Gainesville
I 1031 S. Main\ Gainesville 372-600 Nite 378-5lfit! ,
:MOMII.K Days
the Methodist Church. Program I ARE THE BEHT FHry : HOMESMUSTANG I
) Phone 378-2130
I topic Is "Strangers No Following) Tuesday night'sKeystone Edwards Building

Mare" and program leader Is Council meeting. TILKS; & PAIST I _

Mrs Albert Schoemcn. 1 I Wally Muhlhofer reqmste.. Tropical Pontiac Supply, Inc. I
Mobile
Homes Inc. THe & Paint
Tennev
Members of the Bess Tyler'' and was granted a six weeks 726 S. f.dn31Z.HHOAINFSV1LLF ,

i I Circle will meet In the edu- leave of absence as night patrolman Inc. :. FLA New :Moon> Pacemaker I I JOHJJS-MANVILLE TILKVinvl :

catlonal building Wednesday effective Immediately. Vinyl Aabesots! - Skyline Riviera
TRUCK OMC CENTP5PONTIAC : I ,
7'39 p, m. j Thomas Bryant was appointed f.ipella' Cavalier I I Floor FlnKhinK Prmlurt.

There will be an Officers to serve during this KLECTIUC .MTJIIS( ( Floor M.ichincH: Gvm Finish:

I and:! Teachers meeting at 7 period Bryant at one time Down payment as: low a* Stool 1 2222 NW. 6th St

I o'clock Wednesday night. At served as city supervisor and 220 NW. 8th Ave. Gal esvUl. 420 NW 13th St.oj II North Galnesyllle. 378-13O2

T'45: there will be Prayer later' as; night police officer : ((1: Iln"lVllle 378-13IB

"M.nuf etur,, .,'a .uo.1<1 ralilf' ",tc.for SeMlal, v.$2.if.e<9uo.. Pfic.I ned.s, F<'d....'".ef,.Tit f ntj fuaimtid d.ilw d.liwy .. Meeting at Sham Baptist for a short teim. 3-2581 ELECTRICMotor TYPEWRITERSHancock !t
ud Handling CIUIK(UrIl1'porta cnvju ICCMMIIM,oa.tr\ option l .q"mlnl..u':.mt IQMI sea".,lIonlilo. Church. _
Thursday at 7:30: p.
\lotorfYC le.o1-Scootert
!
I m. is Young People and Adult CRANELIN'OLNM Repair Co.Of OfficeEQUIPMEXT

I Choir Practice. T. U. VI.'Ilta-1 : : F.1C'I'RY (>,iHne''\III">, hue Streit's Bicycle Shop :
Compare Special's looks< and performance with anything else In this There:?
/ price range. I tlon will be at 10 a. m., 2 P'I Authorized Sales & Service

You really! can afford to own a Buick In fact, you can't afford not to. See your Buick m. 7 p. m. at the Eliam 506 E. University Gainesville\ Repairing: Rcwimlinjf HONDA MOTORCYCLES SmlthCOronautnortzl'lf.

,dealer now while he's In the mood to give you the very best deal In town. Hurry.'Zceyourlocal ., | tlst Church. Phone 372-4251 : Cuihintn & VOP Soooten DPal""
Bap-1 New and l I's.'d l i iOIIK ClarpVirlorTotailaAdding '
Sympathy to Mrs. 7otO.OSiCJii Crane's JiicatI-B'A-Zmamuiapp Machines Calculator
Imports
authorized Buick dealer Lynn and Cora Lynn on the { \\ (if'\lC\'tinu( : : : Motorevu'le.'s-.rlea" & HrsrvkvBCIfWINN I SALEH' -SERVICE- RENTALE

death of their brother Del- Vidvu I Mercedes-Benz, ) I BICYCfJCS : discus' ..
I !SAVE! TIME- poor r
FL\T-HtLL-M\N I 10.10:: S. M iln Oall'.11( '
mar Lynn In Fort Lauderdale 1e6661 f.nt'k..m1Ih A Saf WHit : qulrrmrnts with D1 fr! t.

t j 2:101: N Main (JsineviIie1 I: Phone 17J-M.HH; : I i I usf.. l'ul,,.rkllf., Ar.. I IOafaf'nlUe aha: N. Main St OalnesvtUa
Fhon 372-4373
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.. the I service at 11 a. m. Evening come to tho Supervisor' of- -
homo.Sir.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4LAWTEY ::1 m .mil I 7 pill rl'n \ 'r Mfrt- St.irkr family.: :
Ing "'.'.lneMtlslChut'l'h II COLORED iervice. 6 p. m. with Rev. L. nee and 'set 1 "tiiirci.tl/ ItpRiittaliuit I

t ice Saturday.t 7 pm..Mrs .' Mi''', Eugene; Stalling und ian spent the weekend, with I I IH planning n >Ming: in I NEWS OF INTEREST TO A. Sampson. pastor. Inc C'linl"' in order to be

R. F. Butt's of Church chlldirn' rent Sunday with :Mr.( and Mm. Honny :MrClcl- the near future to help nilHR CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I hnl'<:e. iticil>lp to receive assistance

Hill., Trim., in, upending. /\ Hit I )1...... Gladys Prlnglo and 1 filmII -I lan in Sylvnnla Ga. money to buy now pews> for! iu vvliiiK.GENEVA. \
Dy Enz.i B'tUH-harJ, winter with her (111(1lfltlglteIlfllflW l In Bnnford. Friend* regret to learn the ,church and It anyone i FLYNN Supervisorof
) son '
d Mr. and Mrs.Ceorje \ 1 Mrs\ H. C. WalnwrightHpent ,that :Mi-a. Troy Bennett la In would like to donate money'I LIlUt.AUY CM B Louie Parks 8. Eugene/ Blye 2. RegistrationBooks Keiistratiun:
W..T................ ) I Chandler 14. Coy
I The Library Club is In fall harold
ncveral with her Riverside In Jacksonville for it would Le ruatlyJappreciated. I
J. 1 ICules.Mr. i iI days hospital a pi-w 1'13' :3t 1 27TIlE '.
C'IIt'ltCII .\'Tn ITIES: I parent, ,Mr. and, Mrs.( JeaaaSturllnij for treatment. It Is hop Make your Cheek'' swing this year, and recently Jackson( 2. and Charles Bly': :\
Ouue' .Mfthocli.-H: Sunday< I ami Mrs.: J. H.. Heath ofSuvaiiniili !, nt Barlow, and her, ed that she will soon recover to the Clay Hill Baptist 1! elected the followIng oflleeia( : 2. Blown did l a veiy ood Job ) Open i

a. ',10., ,il. 10 a.ID. Worship 11 On. are .spending a I son and dimghter-ln-law Mr. und be nt home ngtiln. Church or call your correspon-j: I president, Mary June Cummlnn.s on reboundlnK.\ both offensive
: RJOnT
few days with Mr. and Mrs.A. POINT for the
Unfortunatelytlio i
vice president. HeKenla and defensive.
i m .i nd 1 7:30: p.in. MVP Wednesday and SXn.\ Clyde Walirwrlffht. Irs.V.. Jr. Reddish was: dent. ;
8 p.m. Prayer Glide) \ D.. Dobba. Mrs. Heath andMrs. in Eaton) Park. They all went Sunday dinner guest of Mr.( Cleaning day hall been set'i Ann Byrd: .s-cretary; girls lost by a score ot 16 Registration Bunks wllbe\ WilY :you write. Come In anilfcplwt "
Dobbs alBtera. On
'""ClllII, a.m. are on a fishing trip at Frost I and Mrs. Maxle Reddish. The aside for the second SaturdayIn I Jacquelyn Mitchell, usst. sec- for the Tlfierettes and Callahan open each Thursday from t> '

The WSCS met Turaiinv. Sunday Parrlsh Mr.\ and Mrs. Lowell I I proof and had: a WCJn.Jel'l'ull iccaslon was the ninth birth- each month. Everyone in 'I ictary, Betty Jean Terry I I 33. We are encoura'jins:' : a. m. to 5 p. m. in the clerk's your favorIte, KSTKIC-;! "

night of last week with Mis. Springs culled ofV the o Pthington Dobbs. I tune. day anniversary of her grand- the church, come and, help' business manager. Robert! the Tlgerettes to fight! on- office at the courthouse.To I IIHOOK fountnhl pen TKI.K-:

Civil ir Bumgnrner. who gave on Mao.1.. L. Turner attendedthe daughter. Vicki Reddl.sh.Kingsley clean up. White : aei-Reant-at-arms: victory will always be our aim. be rliffible to vote in the .
:Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph: Wise and Association Alice Mae Proctor: and;:! Car- ;MUST be, Gn"\J'.u,
tin'} i devotional. Jtlss ICniinBlancturn linsineBS conference of The Black Creek PEP SQI'AH !May prjl1l.uit.011 ,

) prosente/i ih pro- family were visiting Mr.Wlsc's I Southern! Woodard Cosmetics) .vvvvyvyvyvvvvvyvyvv, will meet at the Highland olyn Taylor. Reporter, Melvin The! Prp Squad did ft splendid rpKlsteretl., ('aid. have been" I I

pi un \\ ith othera taking part. father in Opp. Ala. Me at Robert Myer Motel in Or- Baptist Church thii Friday Biynton; treasurer! Fl" ankh Job nt half time They mailed tit tluiso a ho did nut I

Refreshment were servc-d nfi has been In poor health. liindo Lake Jan. 14. Kveryonci: try tu{ Lee JuLcksun.S'l'l'ftEN'I' are as follows\ ,>> : Captain. Val vole! in any t-littimi. luriiiK

: i'h!business, se>!li"! )i. Richard: Durban I Is,. stationed Mr.\( and Mrs. ClyJ< Carterof attend.i'FIpONAI.S. : ('OUNILDii :\; ; uta Jenkins, Beverly Lever- the Ijit two >cu.rs. 1'Ii-asp", fill This

(. "i-l f Riptl.st) : Sunday School nt Fort D"vlnI"RII., : mill i Is Clny I fill spent: Simd.iywith I : I i'ing the fhst meet, log: 01 lion, Jacquclyn Mitchell. Mary thrsc cards III :.nut. .. mail to (his",, man

'III. \Vorslilp, 11 n. m. attending the School( of lInc- :srf. nnd Mrs. Lloyd (:....r. M,... 1''!. M. N'ortua Mrs. Tlnnio Padgett visited, the Stirlent Council\ < under th- Dean Ruth Ifunkei-son. oilier I.1IMEDITI.LY! : In .'.'-

.1, I I 1 :;:0 p.m.; Training tin- Ironies. I II.s and] daughter. IILIII. liSI-OU: :! : her Mister, Mrs. Guttle: 1 Pad supervision( of Carl E: Clark burn llankcrson dir to hiiliKiiilf, to, vote III can help

'J''" i i'im; :!() pin. Midweek Heri /- Visiting Mr. nod 1 Mrs. Leon/ I Rev, and Mrs. Joe( It.mler- gett of Macclenny last ThurH- and Hardilck Taylor, the election Henry] : and Llnrt.i nlll"1 (tho' IM.iv; iiiftn.tin I i"'s. II'I Null

.i < \\ "d'w"lny't'nlnA'{I 7:3O..m : \\ 1J: <<'I'IIOIIt'I'1' Uiclr daughter ; \ non of Orlando) wore- f'I'l id< lyvlsltcirs aAAA..4..A.4..4A..j day.Mrs. of officers! was held as I Reporter Valara Jenkins. I'.MI. In return tlic. ....rl. j nir< !
<' h of (God : Sunday and son-in-law. Mr. mid of Mr. nnd MI'JI. L. PRafUK Allen: Mosley of MI<1dlebiirg 1- I follows! : Piesident.: Coy Jackson lion nil! lie tII..ff: th" you
I Mrs. Harold Joncss of ..JarlI ,- cnrncH sClnuus: ; : spent the day with her : vice pre'Idcnt Valara I FAKIWFM: : ,
:- i''' )I'/) .1.m., Worship 11 I a. I voter reKlstiMtii/( I 'I i lI' t.
fl uid 7 p.m., YPK; \Vt'
\. ?7pm.Highland. I Others wore :Mr. and Mru: W. Hendernonvlllc. N. C. spent Church : Sunday School. 9:43: Friday.: I sells Durham: buslnpfis entertained at a farewell par- rt'ieKiheli" uitli i I their h.il- need insurance that is adapt
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K.: Lowery of Bronker an I Mr.nnd \ the v-'eelt with Mr. n nilf1'S.; ,,11. m. Moinlng Worship, 11 a. I Mr.( kInd 1 Mrs. Lee 81 n 1111'9,lager, Juunita Orlffln: : tv New Year's Eve at the able to changing protection
mlln-I lots at the yoU1l'ST:
polls"
"' >,,., Baptist: Sunday Mi.1llrnIL, Lowcrn of W. F. ?Moore. m.: Training! Union C:15: p. of Green COVA Spring' visited, mpnthrlan, Anthony ) ; I home of Mr. and Mrs LP't."I' :i needs. That's what you gel
n.cl ['i I I 15 II
a.m.Vor'lIhll ) j jHI in every Gulf Life policy with
/ Mr .ami, Mrs. Jo:. J. Uaiilor- ni.: RvL'nlng Worship, 7:30: p. Mrs. Slnnlrs parents, Mr. and \ treasurer. Catherine J ; K. Randolph of Lnwti v R"- Adopt- -Plan. For example,

,- '- -- --.. I lion spent Saturday: wit h their, rn.- Midweek Prayi-r Service. Mm t I f' ")eit Carter Tuesday .tarmnntiiLiunis.' WllllairiIn I i: lntlve1 nii'l friends" were" PIP -I Iil a mortgage policy can be '
.son-in-law/ and daughter Mr. Wednesday 7.30: ) p. m.: Choir Mr. ant Mrs. Kd Musley' of lit'KEY" sent to enloy I the utTm u p .11.i .' adapted to provide retirement

AMBULANCE SERVICE nnd l .hR. John K Hrowuid. in practice ::30 p. m. Kev! B T Mlildlvhurg visited M Ir. and ; fl.HB I I lo wish hulks Kit I les a [fund.. income. Ask this! friendly Gulf

.l.n'k.siinvillo... Pravy, p.... tOI'. "Come let u.4 Mis.\ }Henry Mosley !Sunday: The Kev Club is under the farewell HIM! n )suite ri'tinn il Life Representative' about ill

PIIONK I noDeVitt ) ) Mrs.. Mae \VelN 3.ituritaiy wor&hJp together." Jimmy Knglnrid: lift I'lst' lIlIJ'illllon('] ( of Miss! Mary Miss Kittles who w .is \ac-
was
Buulali Baptist Church: Tlnnsil.-iy,. for( Char IoU, N. C, Wilder And Iiponnrj,,, heath a Li out air in La\\''ti''V :aii'l i I I' ni'Mi I II
C. Jones Funeral Home overnight guest of MI'!!. Sunday School. 10 a. m. : wheie he l.s ul.illuniul, with CJfrifi-i-: are as follows) : PIOH- by (oommillillle ;I. w.lIH', "* .< I '"'1'i1J'' ,..
Ruth It.nlhlow and Mm. Nil .
I Morning! Worship, 11 a. mTiaiiiinv .: the! IJ.S.A.F. Itien t. Ernest Whltley; vice l'ellld'nt of I aa Icy a n'i atone J

DeWitt) C. Jones Uejii ternl Funeral; Director Icntlnd/ They( laughter visited:; in Mrs.Middle.iJI1tt I.ln-- Union, 0:30: p. in.; \Ir. and, Mrs.. Farloy AiiHlin pm.lricnt., Dorothy! Hrltt: secletaiv. time it tPiicher:", nt (' C nta'f

Sta: rite, Fl.i.IJKXTAI Ole {(Jik-hilst i IttI/ hospital Inflriiiswitk. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. : visited Mary: KHi: ; Wi'>rda.n: In Zephenlah Lane: as! >tsecietnry. Anderson Jr. I llluii School ol I ..0.
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Ca.. who i.i rc- Midweek Prayer Service Wednusdiiy :!- St. Vlru-unt'H" Hospital( Satur Nelllp, Davis: tn-as- Luwtey She movd to R'II Ii- 1
SKKVICKS: 7:30: p m. ; un-r. Zeder, Biltt ester, N V. ,shout) t.wVpn/ I
"Vl1! Ing from InJuflcH! caused day.Mr.
Kev R. 11. Tanuart.!! pustor und Mrs. .luliiin Dixon/ \MASK Kill \IJ. tipo, mid I Is prpsenHv' emil iverf $1 lPerDay ,
H ls l hvIll/ .,It* ,OiOilc) wreck noine.. ;
Hospital: ( AVhf(>l Chairs: CrutchesScrving "KvcrvoiiiWelcome.." visited their Mis.Joyce 1 !
I Iaug iii" "I' l1Ii,1 ai n tiller bv HIP Oiilru .
The
1..1. ,,, iiffn. She is I improving.I / flj'hlln.' Tli! i 1'1; I i 1.1. l''.% 10111' ULIM I ._
I'I-I: SS.\I.S in Hipli Trust Co t (RoilieslriMlsi .-
Cunningham: : ) Tli itllcs III :. fI "
met I he R.IFt ? '
I I ; VVjiinwriRht: son anddiiujjlilcr / Mr und MIs. Ralph IlubbaiJ I Hospital nfler ii arch unday.Thl'Y I
": Hiuh Si'liool Gvt. t vii Ii PinForest Kitties' l.-ft. [ t 1'11'i K'.ili, >
ofVny"rn'lK.. Oilveil' and daughters Cindy also ViiI t'ui 1'Ua: EmersonDahmer's
,' ; : Maiy { Eli i/I It i t-'clu'I i" of ( -alla- p.t..1' on .J.in I 1 bv w :"i iof -
1 visiting Mr. nnd Mrs.\ T. (
and Sandra of Jacksonville Won of!
: in. I han The bar: \\ inilcioiloni, \ T' nn i 'worl't Airline-I, :
Florida I I. ViinwrlKht I Kiinil.lv.Mi '.vi'ic Sunday ufleriionn visitors MI' and :Mis. (tioiuc, ('..irte"iind
i v Ith,) the tln.ilI / '."'/111'! 01, IPl:! tf' ( 'lirifCII' NrUSrsuMii ,
: i W 1 II.( CJnvn.:i Miss" ( of Mr aii'l Mrs W. II Niincy visited Mr.1 airlMrs. ". I t'.il r (,(flltI10') ( W. I\I.I.I'S:
Since 1950oervtce () : !:ihiin's;' ) l ;101",1:, / ', W'' "it''I.I. s : '
i //ihi''i rii' 'I' A'ui I
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r I' ""I.I.. i "|I' Orawfiird Uiifmd, l .
i-.in and Ai'iier:' and 1 .son. Mickey. HiKKinbolliam: in I III ,, l'Ii.'iti-'' .il-U'H;
\1.!S 'h 111.Ill I I V.llll t I I :,1 i'u' I IP (,' ('1111', I
_7or1 reedng STne M II.J i K.I\I> Prewor viSited Miss Sarah Barefoot of Muxville I Si Ind.iy a I I,ernooll. 1 I f 11) pnint Jeriv I II ::11 '1'1.0'' : 'IIU' al II I I I i 112 1 : K. (CiI! I'll 1\ ;'i-l) ( 77' Hi." ::451t.iii'Iu'
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% -,. M >r ri-i--rM: father, P. N. .inksonville visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. B ('',jIerof ,1 a 111 (Mill Vli u r i in u.'' Hi'' '. liii.,
point' :, L.inv I IJ'' "iwn 7 ,piiini"* fi 'J i le, , ,
( 'i, .. 'i in ihi i" tMiiniin:: -
'O'4 i I. f"ni.1.| in :Miu'i'Ii'miy I Ifosut i Mis. Maxh* Caller, SI' Sun- .lacksnnville hive' moved '

; | !.il Hnnd.iv.Mis day alt.'inouii into their new IIOII.M'' nl < 'Ilull. 1 ,:\ '! -! ';-:i-! "---- --- --._ :;J,% :;.> "'. I:iitl' i--.. 3I

Mrs. Lucile ; Cordially : .1..\.,ie Pnfrh" ind ;MIHM> I lUul: I Ciu.ford. who is presently 1 : : .

GhinRepresentative; ( K'i"ili",th Totry. / :nttrnrloil, the woikltiK In Orange Mary Lou I'\rg'r..t! | spi-nl I ,

rnnnil I I I nf II ,cousin :Mrs" Ijil- Texas spent from Thursdayto last, Sundiy In I'eniK'.y F.iinn t (f! ."" 1;

j Welcomes 11.", Miiiirp.( In .1 icliminvlllc Sunday with hU family. with Patty Jones.Klmer I ,. .jk..A I ;
101S! .E. Call :St.:' (: Caiter nil, Sidn--.,. : .' \ .r; G
;i/ You and Your !F.i iinl.iv; On .SiimJ.iv they UPV I.. A. McGee of Jacksonville a 1 :

Ih. 96 l-3:21; : (Family: to Your .J'! '11'< n In On.iond" : neiifli.vislliil ) w.is; KiiP.st of Mrs. Bl.u'kmon/ went hailing, .it 1 I I ..' 4o.
Starke New Home I tiu-li mini :Mii.l .J. I... Kim.i RiiiN( ; and MLS Mary I I.oi hliiosa :Monday.. '. >> 'J., '.otJiji

Vi, .1 11 "'go) 1r'1I.V, M. J Uoddi.Hliiin Slilpin.in Sunday altcrnoon.() Mrs. Kvelyn M
.-! li\-i I'vi-'iinn' / we". :\lr. und, MI'. and M,'" K ;M Norton d.'iujlilers!; visited! lu-r, Histei.

The State of FloridaIt Mi 1 i., V-INIP ll.' ultiMided, blitlid.iy dinuor Vi :
I i' i no*.lo S 'ipp, and I I1. it
Is Our Desire). To Make You (Feel Welcome and MMm, ". ('.":....n.III/ of Hal- Sunday: at the home of Mr Paul Curler, of
To Acquaint) You With Your City. l.ii.l and) Mi.s. Frank.. Johnson andJuilts El": Ing.i.. spent the worki-nd
Wit h his purcntH/ Mr. ami MmKobeit t tt
of Heights.
:\li t I nnd I MIM.l fllc-nn Rhnfunli ,I Keystone I
) Carter.Mr. I
Olliei -
honoring Mm( Johnson.
If nre new in the i I :Mm" I Hosier J licks spl'ntHIIII' OilIER
you area, a )phone .i iou lilt occasion and Mrs. L. 10:. 1'iulgetiimd "
': i\' with Mr T nnd l :Mn.Kluvil 4. ( 1 prohvnt t
call will bring you n prompt visit !if : ,I :?Miitin I I nt liiylon.iI won1' Ml. iinct Mrs Hay EN'niton :. HUn of Slarke. VIMltl'l'1"' "ii.
I :,.. liMn. .. 'un.l 1 daughters Ml.-n }J'.ulgetl's: |mrentd., Mi i aii'lMTH. 'I '
from n I Hiram I '' I9S5 MAYTAG \Washers and Will!) Be Sold
your local hostess.! Please jjve : ..I..hllVI'llChl I "t Tumpi /hivlvlu; Not all'ton of Jacksonvillo.and Richard Mr. 'ilnul Maclicda.
her a call! She has "" I : e\ iii vi ,itltlA' her pa rents I ,
: naps! and many of Jiii-knonvllle< Ilnnllllnc theIii'I
Mi, .1 i ml I Mrs, fhiirli-s.. ,. ': MI's. Jewell Faluk and
I Sliiifonl ,
h nf IL diughler I Dt'iembei-) Big Discounts. Buy MAYTAG\ ad Save Save Save
free and wonderful gifts for you '!'ui' /, i-i l": I In.' w..11.1""I.t' daughter.spent M.irion Sunday of as Jacksonville I'.uestsil //I In SI Uiltes Hospital Mi. a Toilay: ,

from local ( 'limit I :\ ) ) haM ipturncil' Carter was'" n 1 residi-nt of ( 'l.iy
businesses. I Mr. :llldt1'1I.! Maxie Cutter.Si
I to I llic ITuivpisitv. flf> (Flond.1' I Hill n. few years ngu. fiinui.it-':s

I u ill! I" i r spending, the holidays at II la lions!
I MI' and :\fI'F'!\ O Conner I I- MAYTAG AUTOMATICS !HIAYTAG\' AUTOMATICS' {}

I I ind 'jr.inddauiihter.( Stephan- ... ..y..............,
IP \ I"I led Mr And Mrs D. aI .

". >",. ., .., -- -i ,I r'lav,',,,u'u'l'' nl\ Ifilltaid lust Tuos-, HAMPTON ; I RATED t ioiI 1 SAVE s e .95

:k' .
Mi .Hi! v Whitehead I par-

i I n ii I '! in I lln-. 22nd annual I Ity Mrs. I). 1C.: Hill ASMUCH Vfi.\:\ With;

''tin- of! I I'IP': Florida Music: Phone 8-1HO Tradi1MAYTAG
4 The cost of
flu II" i\- ',intion held In -. '-- AS U

F, almost 1'mi' t il'1' t \yctki-nd, 1. She, was ,.............TY.... '.." ..& ..,.:,.. : .

everything \ ii 0'' i iMip aUendiiiHMi ('0(1)\11.!) ; Il..l'SEK1.1.1 ':; : ..v .' .':' "-"....I.r-, Jf: 1...... T f. ....
,m Br: ; -- J
has :\ S. AIOXXINCi
gone -Ii, Woolen and
IJism.s.loii" : of ouruliiK anti l\Lt-F\ nIUC
W1 Mis-. C-tIn-line Woot.<'n of
:: up 16% : j "'O IIIt ulle>>, in Hampton( i c--
; ] \ Atliuit i C.i! anspendliiK) .,
took most of last uut-k.
up !
: I !e. i .i'' .il.i-. .1.' "nests\ of Mr < \ DRYERS'
.t, since 1953 q and !Mi'' J. C Woolen Also. I city council meeting at th : 0 ""n !11'f> is H: (Ciinacil.; \ ..( ;;\ f..
hall
...; city Tuesday evening ..
: th : The ttlley-rl: lit-of-wuy run '
th -li old friends here. They lile.Klil'aliris( 1)inerier)
nliiK : c' ? u95
parrallel to Florida Ave : 'ir
'* ...,( i I"e t< ""mIT residents of Kings- was broimht up by Mr and i : SuftcnerWater \ .. .s."k v ,4
'
,$ \ ', v Ink"Mrs 1\I's., P. II. Loll( who were fi"I'n-1") i
\ F 0 ConnT and Mrs 1 : AS MUCH! J 39'
II.e sent at I the im-eUn" :. UI1I i ;a\'r. '
"' tilee't'IlIic 1.;
;. W E Cii.rr' atten'ed
the street. committee ti'" r'I'l'\\ ao.t; & Sa! :
() I
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of MKi PRHV Over- : AS
\\ : ,
cheek on the location of tile,
; l '('/ :

Saturday evening In Jackson- alley und repoit.\ 2 I-'Iw'd-- ('., d.11111 .. f J' _ _
Anyone\/ intel est.cd In cluliu -- -
,, ,; "'III!' the nioa lug for the .rltv inlUGfi t :\ i w'tt't; t tl'I11I)er 4 .

Mi' P .'Whiten. ad 1 and 1!) i.- :asked: to snbriil :iluret'krfjn( (. n
; d.iunhtei Palli. and J.tl'V.\ I 1 lilALu : ii:. .'i1' 1 I \ jfhf. fiE
\ Ihc i-oiini-il the I t
uL (
nex'meetniH 1,1I..III": ,:>tI>f t aillnets!
.4; I:' Mt-Kmnev of Jacksonville :! Tuesday evening' 'ts .
'. attend! d l tim Clinic Festival 1 February 8. \WfiSHHRSr

.r. C'nci'-r. nt the Curtis llixon 1 .
( (>IJ.3IH'NICKAI.: .
:
ea" : last Satinclay 1 -.--- ,
Hull in Tampa ---- .
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Funeral .servli-cs heUIn !
1 wt.-e -
j e' 'iln"- Jack.so.ivllle( Mi'>n>l.ly foi I CAVE I! $ *"9: ..85U

Sf'IMMMSi:; : IUI T1IH.VY Cl.ui'le..'! i E; Colt-man. 4(8.(; who. t __ --.---____ '

I. \ltT\Ml 'Hubv Fumiily\': nlv'ii HhldolV.It'd \....,d neRd.1Y., M-s Jarniai.v In ',. ("Oil'nUll. :5 r r !'t.O : : MUCH -. 9 \ illi' '
l'MLNTS: :

"it a Wedii'-dny'\in';iii'lse! birthcl.iy afternoon partyIc by and .Mis.\ li the 0 di1l1 C Cox h't'I'' of ol H.tmp-Mr I Mil. i 1f4ARCH: I i .1r3 AS, TtiideMAYTAG

.
,I tie lamily. T.t'l'f'1': 13 Ijn. and! a "l.,(U>iof IMr.s ottii), __

b '". and "iris' present( to help. HickMrs.. Joe. Call! mil I C.
; II'r.I"b', "' 'iu'' Slit' rr'rh".f( (K Cox.

in I .,. I nl t! j e 'if1 i ': nefrr,lijneli t', SurviUn; besides. hli nUlouare _i'd..-_- )

Not I 01 It""' ': '" chips? ice cie.im four sons. Harold WII- -

; "i-Hke 'in I ;l'i ''II It'I't' M-r\Pd llam.i: Colcm.ll1.lIh: the U
t
SUNSHINESERVICE. by )Mi, John Fuquay< BArmy (prvinn In OerniAiiv.. < :/\ "

[ Robe; t MoriU Coleman. with MAYfAQGYGLS r, t UL11. ..;( \ .

. .. thi! U. S. Army serving III Wringer Washers A"JlAYTAG. \ ':
... .. ......... I $..
i Thailand: : nnd Ronald Wayne\/ fnH"(4 :$,.,'
8SYESSII.
It's down : I. Coh'inati and Jeny nil-hard llc.ny )Duly Models( tE;': .DRYERS..... --:.
CLAY HILL
Colcni.in. both ut homo, In urround"'h. :
.
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31%* icksonvlllc: a si.U'iand abrother. (Want ( apacilyHiff '1ulti.\h'. i
.Ba8f'd on average price paid : : : ; : ,
\' per reaidential kilowatt hour. Uy Mrs llowarif l'tadgeU I'KKSON.\I.S' 15.llon. Kollors ... lo. of Heat! .

Mr.\ anti _
Phone 289-1! 13WP -! Mrs Cllffor.1 Smithof I'o!-ithe Sand KimovalAuloin.ilio \ I W S ri'jvo: t CuparilyVhivpcr ;
-- M BB 1 Lawtey \ ei'e vl&itln herewith J

I .....A..A......., Mr. and! Mrs.' Hairy I \
Our 9 rate reductions in 9 years are already I I I t I'unip. itiiel.(' wilh Low (;it-ntle 1 IIl'at 1

were Horry t to learn of Mannln( last weekend u Floridians
I saving more than $38 million Sunday visitors at the n., '
annually. t tli., death l of :Mrs. lAMllir.lnhn.s r > and ((0...l I .cis. I to Operate: I
I :How come? Cost-cutting efficiencies! Modern of I Il-ivton: ulu> died. last: E. Hill home weie Mm I. V.

equipment! Newer, bigger plants! And you ,I She S.iturday'; will 'b<>of buried a heart in. UavlonaShe at tack.: I. Pomuii.i C.indee Hipe; and of Mrs Park E'liclnlLa Thouipklns:Mrs<, Calif.Alvin 01 "Mere People Use:; Maying r Than Any Other Washer In The World"\

I using more and more. Yes, electricity is the U survived! by four sla-
strived Monday ut the Hills
ters' : .Mrs.. Anna Harris of
J biggest bargain in your family budget! > for a > !Isit.
Maccleivnv ;Mrs. HattIe Nolan
of MaxMlle. Airs.[ Klla: Carter. CAT'S HOME AYPL

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT :and Ola Padgett, both of Clay H_
..... COMPANY Hill one brother Dawnonratlf ;
HELPING BUILD I PU"llo Notebook $::.::10 at he
FLORIDA 1 | lt uf Middlt'biirg., Our
'-,--- t T-UGIUPU.-': 3.V.:': N. TKlPU10!. IMIONK):. : ) ; 1.711L :'
deepest sympathy, goes; out to ---
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STEAl' III P:! MIX 'EM OR MATCH EM! PRICES ARE AT THEIR LOWEST!

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1 ar tr.x. REG.3/1,17.46os
r i .Iffj B.B153Y PINEAPPLE] JUICE....... ELS'i BATHROOM TISSUE...
PRICES GOOD THRU THE WEEKEND ::::j f.;;::1 tiro 3 'I 1.17 0460& CANS UNSWEE ENED REG. "/I.a 16 os CANS

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED i[tj..d .., ..- : ,..... ti 1j fOOD FAIR -ORANGE JUICE.... FOOD FAIR FRUIT COCKTAIL
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FABULOUS \\t'(1, .;r Iii" ._,,,. .}t .; 'I> KRAFT GRAPE JELLY.............f... PALMETTO APPLE JUICE.........
\\h j.. .. :' ):1 REG. 3/1.17 4ii>i CANS UN WF.t 1 EMI l U REG. 4/1.16 ]150& CELLO MURRAY'S
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11 11i[\\\i\ !Ii STUFFED SPANISH I OLIVES.... FYNE-SOFT PAPER NAPKINS
..., .. .::.:.:.:.:.;:. RIB' STEAKS ;2:::;<:.:':;. REG.3/1.17-LA CORONA _Uo CANS 15oc PKGS '
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$1 Onn'VU :::;:::: ;:::;
nit 0U 7i..d'30r{ ::::;::: :::::;::: LUNCHEON LOA........................... ftre-Mar' SEEDLESS RAISINS... ,

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MRS. ELIZABETH( LUNA .... .. .
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FRANCES CHRISTIE 1\\\\11\\\\ SIRLOIN I I! REDB/I.16-14oE CANS REG. & MOLASSES BEA.JS'ir.3 ', : CANS
LIBBY DEEP BROWN ifi'o TOMATO SOUP..............;
517 Sencrest Avenue M REG.8'1.40-1 16''" CANS PACKED BY LIBBY REG. 22316 :II::: OR BONELESS SHOULDER STEAKS ,::.:::
( Merrill' Island, Fla. 1 m y M1 GARDEN PEAS....... Sunshine. Collard Greens.......
::;;:;:: :::::::: REG.81.1616.z' CANS PACKED BY DEL MONTE REG. 2/23f ? l 16n CANS

j ,. $ 09 !ij TIP TOP SPINACH....................... Sunshine Turnip Greens.. ......
:;::;S fi:.3 REG.8/1.16. 16 i!?:!{' f:> HAPPYVALE GOLDEN CORN.. Sunshine U Mustard Greens.....

CLIP THESE SLIPS i lB M lf< EACH VALUE -15* CANS 6211 CANSLAYS

{;l1 COfttSTOCK, CHOC. PUDDING.. POTATO STICKS................
TO'HE', LP YOU WIN I i::: ; :: :: J2{ EACH VALUE _150a CANS FLAT CANS

SARDINES l j\\ N ES.................................

I ( 1.m: j COMSTOCK- CANS.Macaroni Creole.,. BULL BRAND HOT SAUCE.....
:: : 19 :;: 17* EACH VALUE .IS" CANSCOJftSTOCK QUICK COOKING LB BOXESSOUTHERN

ROOM SLICED Ii $ t'1'. RICE PUDDING...... MADE GRITS.........
FRESHENERVITAMINS 1 LEBANON {::>:{:::}, :::::: Un CANSLIBBY PLAIN OR IODIZED 26o ROUND BOXES

:iiij! 18 !Jj! KIDNEY[ BEANS............. FYNE-TASTE SALT......................
A m:::;::: :ii::3 ,?'.* PKGSANY ALL FLAVORS REG. PKGS \

wVSSWft&& *.. ..,.. : ,,. ,.,,.. .. .. @fuWi. .. GEBHARDT'S CHILIQuik fsHix ROYAL GELATIN DESSERTS.,.
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fwn i amjtn' : .n.u.e 1
; FREE' EXTRA *'" __ Uj I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS 1
I MERCHANTS GREEN.. ....STAMPS GREEN STAMPS, :
WITH IMII' COW N rutCHAII Of I WITH' ntlf COUK9N AND""CH."Of /
: Round, : PKG OF 8. LADY FAIR .
.. Any Sirloin Ban.l.it Tip or T.nd.r Ey.Rump 1 1 = BUTTER NUT 1 S9 '' '- ...,.,.. ............... ...................................,....................
....._,04 Ro..t(3Lh.U9).....l.....(._,.'....;W1T.. 01WW) .<.IU3... I a......"...'0..0..SWEET..BUNS....w,.."".."...-.41.,4: 18 #"I StfSSto :3 I TO 5 LBS ,ROLLED SHOULDER CUT' I;::;:::.::..::;;::::.:::::::::::::::::;:::;:::::;:.;:.;:.;:.::.:.:.;.::.:::.:.:::.;:.::".'J'.. ."'r'-::::,':;;:.:i:
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Wilt*IMS tOUfOM AND MICHAtt M wtmmilcot' AND PUKKAH" o* i I PI itS
8 I I FLASH FROZEN! :: : :y;;::,?:;::
1 81 UuPKG.MURRAY I SKINLESSFRANKS
: a. SHAMPOO 16oa SUAVE i : a KOKO CREMES : PERCH FILLETS..........!LIS".....:. :: ::::;:;:
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