Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03715
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03715
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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5-6,000 Expected To See ..l ,

Starke-Auburn dale BattleStarke's k Roger Chilson

Tough Tornado linebackerwho
will have hit work cutout
title-holding: Tornadoes, defending State that our boys, can hit with The Bloodhounds: : have been and the passing of quarter- T Bobby Smith 265 Sr for him against the

Class "A" Champions, will seek to extend their domina- any team In our class In the Impressive an a high scoring back Wayne McLcod. T :Mark Bullock 200 Jr Bloodhounds' ground attack

tion of the "A" circuit when they meet a powerful State. We will have to play team averaging well over 40 The offensive unit for the G Roger Bowman 180 SrO Friday night.

Auburndale eleven ''at BUS stadium Friday night in the our best ballgame of the year points a game. Their closest Bloodhounds has two tacklesin Mickey Oliver 175 Jr.

semi-final round of the FHS'SA playoff system. to win." game was their opener the heavyweight class. C Joe ohson 175 Sr. r
Starke gained the playoffsby Tlie" Bloodhounds are led against Winter Haven as Bobby Smith tops! the scale QB Eddie Hughes 173 Sr

successfully defending tangle and played at Au- by versatile quarterback, Ed- they won 34-27. Winter Hay at 235 pounds! and Mark Bul- HB Kevin Dcese 160 Jr. k see
their Region I crown while bumJale. die Hitches who\ also runs from a 2 crown this year and Is these with a couple of nuued FB Clyde Rlarlns! 190 Sr.
Auburndale;; repeated their Head Tornado Coach David : .gyp
halfback position sometimes in the semi-final playoffs for pounders of their own In STAIIKE r
Region 3 conquest thus pit- Hurse said "The Au-
on the offense team. Hughes that Class. Andy Mayton and Jim God-
E Joey Reese 185 Sr.
ting the two power-houses Bloodhounds will be
ReevePlagued likes to the ball on the The Tornado offense relies win.
run E Larry Brown 190 Sr.
together !In the semi-final the rougest hurdle we have
Injuries option play and has been effective heavily on the running abil- STARTING:' LINEUPAt'Bl'KNI.1LE T Jim Godwin 200 Sr.
recent had
by round for the second straight in the past three years.
a during the ity of fullback Randy :-; :
Joyner T
as passer Andy Mayton 200 Sr.
Reese Is expected to be readyto year. Starke won last year'sencounter They are blar and fast. They
season when it was necessary who has been the leading E Bruce McVay 160 Jr O Leaton Morgan 170 Sr.
go 100 per cent against in a bruising 14-7 will try to drive the ball
AuburntlalM Friday night. down our throats, but I feel ground gainer this season. E Larry Herbert 175 Sr (Continued on Pago Five-

I 'I BRADFORDOfficial COUNTY TELEGRAPH V Tornado Rand offense joy'ser against. ,Au

1 burndale will rely largely f)1Iltarke'

County Publication Established In 1879 iI I gainer i! .. leading' grounil-


Triest Low Two Builders Container Bonds Validated
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Indicted In etl't

On County Union CountyNewell Files NewComplaint Power PlantExpansion

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Repair Shop Eugene Parramore Vrnl
former Starke builder has
been Indicted In Union Coun-
Trlest Construction Co. of Circuit Court chargesof
ty on Container Corporation has 'IM. f ?W ,
Keystone Heights was appar- perjury embezzlement filed an amended complaintin atA li i ,r t
ent low bidJer;:! on a vehicle and grand larceny. He also a suit alleging that the r ,

repair shop anj truck storn faces a perjury charge In 1966 assessments on its timberlands Gets Final OKUpon

phert.: proposed for con- Bradford County. In Bradford Countyare
II'1I.tbnn the county'snC"'Ilv Another builder Marvin illegal and confilica tol'Y.
acquired American Legion Butler, was Indicted In Union Circuit Judge John A. H
recommendation of the City Bond Trustees,
property.:! Bids were opened County on charges of em-
Murphree dismissed the
the Starke City Council late
Tuesday afternoon voted
nt\ A snerlal meeting of bpyzlement end grand;! lar- original complaint November
the f? mmssion! Tuesday cenv. on unanimously to authorize its engineers to proceed with
21 but allowed Container -
i/ioi Mini.1r'il Neither of the men was in ten days! In whi< li to plans for a $630,000.expansion program at the municipal -
': I bid! $'!.-> 3H on then custody of the court and:! file its amendement. power pl'rnt. :

n x !IH-foot\ fabricated steel their cases were placed on The new complaint filed 1'u. roteuaUrorizecl, : Heyn- llazen Jr., I chairman: of the

bulMln Harris & Harris of the absentee docket here on November 23, contains olds, Smith & Hills to draw bond trustees said th.1t1", / ,:
.Tark-onvtlle bid $32.199 the added' nllp"ntl' n up specifications and ask for and the other two members

while Esplnshlp Construction TornadoesFeatured that Container did not know bids on a djul operated engine Jewett C. Fogg and George:
Co. quoted a figure of $33- that the Bradford County within the lange of 360 Flynn Sr., had spent several

908. Commission had acted priorto to 450 RPM's.Spokesman hours with JO l'eltentaUves of

Ernest Triest said his com- October 3 In certifying. the for the engine Reynolds Smith & Hills and
npnv (">uu start the Job 1968 tax roll ,Season's GreetingsS. ering firm strongly recom- were convinced the expansion
within! ten days and completeIt On TV NewsThe At the hearing on Novem mended the slower ((360 progl'am'f.! necessary! to me.t

within 73.Commission. ber 21, the county through Travelers on bUllY I'' SOI are C-IMMMIM by thl* guttering m"1r of Slenyi RPM: I engine as being \best projected growth in the pow-
Chairman Jer- Bradford High Tornadoes suited to Starke's needs with er demand over the next two
Its special counsel. T. A. ChrKtiiniM stretched apron i" the highway on South Wnlnut St. The huge Ielt'ry are .
ome Johns: ,said bids 1965 State Class "A" lower maintenance cost.
the Yawn mal/iained that the part' of the iiiiuiy new fee i,tnr,'" sided l If) the C'ltj'a. dwortttlte! (IIl.I,',"" this! holldiryrurchased years.
would be studl..d'and the Football Champions. were Several members of the CUi. Cloik :Mfirill EihvnrU'
tax roll had been
certified on WOMOII. llLh'rl"J.1'1''' |I'i' \ hy tin City and l many of tin clworntlonn were
contract awarded at the December given a five minute feature August 9, and. that the plain- bond trustees' requested however said the proposed expansion
6 fahrle'ai..1> l by 'Ity ", \, "sees, ut a. considerable waving In eslrcnsa. that
meeting spot on Channel 12 TV last tiff had not acted within the specifications be would add another $030.000
The bids in-liidel a 4-ton night during Walt Dunbar's 60 days allowed to file a protest broadened to include up to to the C\!! present iiwlebtclnis : +-
ararltv: mo"orall l 430: RPM In order r",'
system an sports program. engines ( nl $J 085.000 ,a total (
office\ for tins! road foreman The Jacksonville sportcaster ORDCNCHKISTM ('LT'B that more competitive bids of $2.715.000.w.a.: Paid
oil storage! space and. a truck caught! the Tornadoes during Container's attorney Ed- .VS S,\LEThe Director Resigns might be received.It payments on debt service
McCarthy Jr.. cited a
parking: area. one of their practice ses- law setting the first Monday Oardtn Club of the was pointed out that now range from $85-90.000
Plans call for locating the sions' and filmed the tough only two manufacturerscould annually and would Increase
In October ac the date for Lakes will hold their Annual
facility at the rear of the Champs as they ran, through bid on the slower 'en- next year to approximately
Legion,: property which was some of their offensive plays: final action on the tax roll, Christmas' Sale on Thursdayand Band On Rlne while five companies $145.009.

recently purchased( by the ,ln preparation' for their, Au- and argued that any action Friday Dec 8th and 9th, Plays would be eligible: to bid if ''I don't know where the
prior to that date was illegal
Commission as a site for the burndale encounter Friday In the Divis' Dry Cleaning/ the range were widened.In extra money u -nmin..; (+um"Fde"ard4 ,
proposed new -ourthou. night and not binding on his' cli Store on Lawrence\ Bled in recommending a go- sn'd' [ .hid 1m;: that lie
ent. The Bradford High School the trip to South Florida
Although no vote on the Each member of the of fen- Keystone Heights There will ahead with the plans. T C (Continued On Pave Two)
In its Band wll play at the Auburn- [either Bradenton or Fort
repair complaint on 1966 be items for Christmas decorating -
shop profit, was cal- fir');lve ...team was. shpwn In
efTTor' Tuesday, Commissioner a cfDl day night in spite of the re- the game Friday: night and
Zedra Hamilton announc- effort during the er claims that its 36.08(3( bak t Continued -.Ignatlon this week of Elden competes for the state cham
On Page Twol] year recognized. (Continued On Page Twol
\v i Bill I Mathews as direc- pionship.
Mathews' resignation will ,

..-...., tor.The band will be directedat presumably\ acted on at r r t
the game by Henry the regular School Board

Big Dad'sNew r s i Hank) Greene president of meeting Tuesday. jq'1
the Band Parents Association Principal C. M. Clark weld t01ti/

an electronics Instructor Wednesday: afternoon that he
at BHS and a one-time preferred not to comment on t y
Plant V
major In music. the reslgnatlor at this time. 4s:; L,

Greene also' _offered assurance Mathews said only. "I have 4 4t
that the band will make J'eshmed"

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FourlaningTo ;: Union County

OperationThis Link 301 Stop Newspaper Publication May r.

With 1-75
Rav Powell. publisher of
Month the Union County Times at

A two-mile stretch of lake Butler! has announcedthat

highway linking U. S. 301- publication of the newspaper -

new 20,000 IIq. ft. addition to Big' Dad :Manufacturing 441 with Tn rstate 75 atiM will he stopped I soon ,

)"' plant l I" now complete, except' for flnnl I Hei.trlfiil worK /-,- wl'1 be four-lnned. "bP'v"i' e It Ino longer( a _

Don't' "'" of sewIng macbineslll st.irt: l'i in, ivr.l l or tei Gold Head r..i6. JIlt' ro'i'inrt' poo'Ih1I.t! pr'l"ivi1";, T-iri.nrt": .l"'I"I1.tl"n"T. ,: Mi"l deeU1rn -
I rem II to UO acl.lltli.rL-U 'hlnct
111' will; IHI instulleil,
and 11 I n "i ,'m'>>,<"i t'rmtel' cost pnitoltnV' t r>"t ITnl'n
employee added l to the plant's. new dHUIon.lirn, lilr-, Gets Addition .-,' the nrofeet la $800.000. 'Vlll be noiilblv the only Anyone For Noodles?

BPW computed' Big Dad will have more thart 300 employees Li State Road: Department r01ln'v In FlorMn to he with- .
To Name
and new opfrtttloat. The new plant will go Into full pro officials said the overall protect out its own newspaper."After : Albert Hartman of Starke restorM to France In 1944

Friday, In January has been divided Into publication of the Is the proud owner of a mechanical Hajtsenfeffer (literal mean-
Something new has been three phases: 1st-the four- pacer Is halted our plant device believed to ing: rabbit-pepper] was a
Dec. 9, added to the name of Gold lanlnur from 1-75 to the industrial will devote till time to commercial be the only one of its kind. favorite dish in the old ""'m-

Head Bir.rh State Park park boulevard: 2nd printing." Powell Where else could you finda try according to Al Hartman -
9 A.H.) To :
I Happens In Case Of Tie? near Keystone: Heights. four-lanlns from Indus- Starke trial park boulevard to U. S. has kent; the newspaper contrived with meshing gears over a plate of seaming
In Front of r"e The Florida Park Board 301-441 : an-t 3rd -construclin tolnar for the past threevpur and precise adjustments: that noodles. Hence his father's Interest -
fan are wonder- to be run alternately. A tossof meeting! In Tallahassee; :Monday of n railroad! overpass *. with. the ex(''P"tlon of allow the operator, by the in ln>entlnz a noodle-

what would happen the coin will determine dr-ciieil! that henceforththe -outh of PJn- St. in Ocala.fiRD : ] election year advertising turn of a wheel to produce cutter./
of u. tie at the md of which team i.i. first to put the park will be known as the officials said the whl"h has periodically, put noodles of varying width and Although] the contraption U

This Soace ', time Friday bull in play. Kicks of any type, Mike Roe .. OoH! Head BOO ono c' ntract to be the Times or. a profitable thickness from dough fed over 100 years old. It still
Weekly to at the Starke-Autmrn- except on a try for extra fiwnrrted" before c'h: riot m 1\.,. bnols" through a roller and automatically works like n"w and Mr. Hartman -
Community point will not be allowed. If a Branch Star- ParkR.WS and 1 on nrf-'HIoml $nn.ono Powell, pointer' out that a cut In pre-deter- used it frequently after
:' to a communica to'ichdo-vn ils: scored, a try for 1< i fnrm"r president .. his ,ses1on
mined len"ths
next "'\1' n-11! take; e*- of mrp', ,t I-.u" or +hl' T'meseontain'i ? It cam into po
The Floyd Lay. Ex cu- point win be atte 'pte1. If of the F.ori:!a Forest & Park phases 1 nn1 2 Phase :3 wilt .,, ,,"1" ??" ?0 in local The !!"-cutter was con- upon his father's death.
of the FH3AA, either team has a down, or srvlitlon and was consid- tw finance 4 entirely hv the n Divert!tin?. white the. actual s rufprt In IPSO by Mr. Hart- If you've never seen a
State Play-Off Football downs remaining the ball will ered a pioneer in forest fire Fe-1ernl jpverT.ment. Marion cost of pr'nMnT' the man's father J. B Hart- noodle-cutter ant! (chance:
will use the' following: again! be put in play at the SOttn
protection anti reforestation Countv will provide Uie: papa was at least: $123 per n-.xn: a. machinist who lived are you havent: drop by
Account now : PLAY" "!. The cam* wlU: contlr.uaw.ai measures'!! in FlarUa Tn l"")ish jstsp. la: Alsacc-txsrralne, a French The Telegraph! office and

up to $ ,'\ ; ; .. V1V.t SV cicft. teat: aUcr.vicy: dsaavft .::J nucleus': of t1e; r.w.y. Jr- fJe-ei to tint the! province which! was seized by take 3 leotc' So fur. all efforts -
Federal D.* bl'l \ to f14 .p.lJ./; ; puUtJ.o fciU -\ :play.;:. Ia: acr-a7e that now remsrlsesITcnd pe+S.r ,V"er! tn acv" civic eTe'if" 1'!>> ftermany In 1871 restored to to convert It ln.o a pnTi.in"'Ti -
knee ; twA minute! Int rn'1ISlt01'\ touchdown la not scored the n.ltf, < r.( ,,. rf the o'3! !0 "eta: I ( 1"b" thV"rsttl!"s .!! .* : *
from the SO yard line and each winner will be determined -\.0, \ 0"p.." \ f f"M'U'< 'd| rn the TFI F- '.tin'., i : ;! r'. ." '.i O< m.inv\ : .':' ,.f''II

team will. be SLtour plays CouUaued: oa Page Four: <;&.U>U WWI rc.wtll. per a.oain; in 134: and finally


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I I Story Hour at the|
I theme tor
Mrs T D. Dyal of Stark. I Mi and Mrs\ Charles this year from the commission 20 G. J. McGrill .
Postmaster Warns
Only Days Public Library Thursday aft!!I
I Irvin :Qya.1 and Mis Frances! Odom and son and Mi and 's slmrr of racetrack
noon from 3',0; to 4 15 p uMra.
Cleftsof Graham. and Mi Mis Larry Johnson and fundsSet Left For Services HeldThursday :: 'V. B Scogrglns will I IN,>
I and\ Mrs. Lloyd Dyal ofBilooker1 family: of Live\ Oakere January: 3 as the Holiday Mailing the storyteller All youngatiM' .r
attended the funeralof I Thanksgiving (guests of Mr date for a reorganization age 6-9 are Invited.
Mrs. OluJys Strickland in I and Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. meeting and.I decided to holda Postmaster T. C. Hazen Jr. 1 I envelope. The Post Office Department -

GLADYS MOOTY Plant City Monday Mis Marion: Moyer of meeting .of the old board reminds Bradford County has issued a special I NEW BKOOKKH PASTOR
Mr. and Mrs. O S. Dixon Jacksonville was the Thanks- late 'In December If there Is resl-ents that there are only : five-cent Christmas stamp I Green Johnson McQrlf Sr.
Phone 9 ..tOG51Mr. and Ben Dixon and children giving holiday guest of hersonInlaw sufficient business to transact 20 mailing! days remaining which will help decorate your I 71. Starke businessman and: I Rev. Vernon Willamson for! -

of Nashville. Tenn. were holi- und daughter Mr. before Christmas I holiday mail: I former 'automobile dealer, merly of Jacksonville! will began -
and Mrs. A. S. Harrison Mr! and Mis. Charles Saw- day guests of Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. F. W. Strickland. -Approved a motion asking "While! that might seem Most Important. mail early. I I died Monday night at his his duties aa pastor of th.

Sr. visited Mr. and ''its. yer nnd lamliv; T. H. Slade Donald Bagwell and Mr and The Strickland. also had as Governoi-elect Claude like a long time to some peo- I home here as the result of a I I Brooker Baptist Church nxel
Charles Meyers in Atlanta Mrs. W. S. Slnde and Evelyn Mi's. Johnny Johnson.Mr. Saturday guests Mr and Mrs. Kirk to reappoint Wm. C pIe. It is lilghtenlngly shortto Prison Chapel 1 I heart attack. Sunday Together with his wif..

Ga. and Charlotte N. C. ocr SincHIr spe-U: Thanksgivingwith and Mrs. E D. Tenly H. M stiiclcland and daughters Beaufort as Road:! Board those of us in the postal Mr. McOriff was born In and daughter, the no wpaatoi
the weekend. Mr. and Mrs James Mr and Mrs. Randal Chitty of Miami. They all at- member for this district. service" Hazen said. DedicationSet Live Oak on Dec. 16 1894. will! move 'into the pastoriumat
Mrs. John W. Griffin of Garner in Jacksonville and Mr. an,1 Mrs. Sonny tended the UF-Miaml football -Authorized the clerk to "We are asking everyone :I the son of the late Patrick Brooker at an early dati

Ochlochnee Oa. Is visiting Dung/ your FORD back Tenly attended the funeralof i'' game in Gainesville.Miss contract for a copying; ma- to start. thinking about their Thomas and Lila Dale John-
her mother. Mrs. F. F. home for senke..1f you E D. Tenley's mother. Jane Adams. daughter chine on a rental basis of $25 Christmas: shopping and Dec. 3rd on McGriff. He had lived in

Stump from Tuesday to Fit- are driving a FORD purchased Mrs. V II Tenly in Gainesville i of Dr. and Mrs. H. H per month plus three centsa mailing! now. If all the holiday !!-'I Staike for :20: years, coming KEEP YOUR RECORDSi4t44 I
from 'nR\\: ILt.O.\R MOTORS Tuesdiv: afternoon.J. Adams. has been elected a copy. mail were to hit the; Louie L. Wainwright. DI- here from Jacksonville A i iI iI
day.Mrs.. Effl Johns had::!. as we would like to SER- B. Hunt of Bonifay was member of the Stu::.'nt Judi- -Agreed to place the postal system at one time it rector of the Florida Divisionof I veteran of World War I, he
Thanksgiving' guest Mrs. J. T. VICE it for you. Five' factory visiting his mother. Mrs. cial Council at Sullins College county's I'w-urance covering is obvious that we would Corrections, announced was a member of the Elks ,

Weeks of Canal Point and trained mechanics. the Henrietta Hunt over the In Biistol. Va.. where she vehicles and workmen's compensation have. difficulty delivering today that dedication serv- Lodge the Veterans of For-

on Sunday L. C. Smith of latest equipment. modern long; weekend.Col. is a sophomoieA with the H C. every piece on time." the ices for the I.ew Chapel at eign Wars, and the American
.Jacksonville. parts department.. .See your and :Mrs Lloyd H. ahead; 'in FORD all Wall Agency for another postmaster continued. "Mail:: the East Unit of the Florida Legion.
Brenda Williams and AUTHORIZED FORD Parts Lewis of Wilmington! Dela. .If(| from TEKAV 1I.I EGR10: year on the same basis as ing early and spreading the State Prison will be held Surviving 's his widow. Le*
Kathy> Frees were Saturday and Service' Department at and Mr and Mrs Cyrl Reynolds G\E MOTORS your athor- when that agency last submitted mail flow out along the entire Saturday Dec. 3. it 3 p. m. Harris McOriff of Starke;

overnight guests of Brenda's TERUILLEGAR MOTORS of Philadelphia.: Pa. were Ized FORD dealer for Bradford the lowest bid. pre-Chrlstmas season is This unit is a 1.200 man two sons O J. McOriff. Jr..
cousin. Cindy Combs. in TOD.\\. Monday to Wednesday guestsof I'nlon & part of Clay the key to better mall serviceat maximum security unit Starke and Patrick T. Mc-
Jacksonville and attendedthe Mrs. Hazel Benkte of Col! and Mrs T. T. Long rountleft. FORD, FALCON. this time of year" which was opened in 1961, Oriff. Milwaukee. Wis.; two
Biff Ape convention at Green Cove Springs: was the Mrs\ M\ F. Brown returned TII1'SnERBtIfO.lUSTSO: Last year the public cooperation and religious services to this sisters. Mrs. Katherine Wads-

the. Coliseum. weekend west of :Mr: and Sunday from an extended T1U CKS. Plus a modem ;:: wa&: tremendous time have been held in one woith Marr. and Mrs>> Henri-
Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs Mi". W B. Thompson Jr. visit with her son-in-law and service department .Come' in New Complaint according to Hazen. Virtually of the institution dining etta Chancy. both of Jack-
of Atlanta, Ga. and Mr. anJMrs. :! :Mr and Mrs. Roy Clem- diuffhter. 1and\ Mrs. Ariel to ire us today!!! every piece of holiday! mail rooms. Chaplain Norman L. sonville! and three grandchildren -

Raymond Stefanelli ",i na and family!! spent Suarez. in Fast Molina Ill. Mrs. :Mae :McAteer of Tampa I Continued From Page Onel i iI| was delivered before Christmas Redding has' done an outstanding .
and daughter of Ocala were Thiinksjrlvinx; In Ruskin with Mrs Virginia McGuire and wa.1qltml1: her son-in- i day. Job in the area of Funeral cervices were heldat
weekend guests of their par- a. :and Mrs ottis Morgan :Mrs Helen Naude of Orlando law and dautrhtei Mr and acres of timberland! are "This year. with Increased religious training! and counseling -I 2 p. m. Thursday Dec 1 1.
nts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry and :Mr and Mrs. R. L. spent Thanksgiving day with Mrs George Flynn Jr.. last worth only $744114 insteadof volume because of the continuing and looks forward with with Rev. W A. Hogan pastor -I
Stefanelli. They were Joinedon Clemmons :Mrs Errol Alvarez and Mrs Thursday and Friday. the $2.894,600 assessment strength of the economy pleasure toward occupying, the church officiating/ I
Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Robin Wanen nad a slum- C. O Barksdale. Mrs. Alvarez Bob Firth N. L. Wood- made by Tax Assessor Gene we are hoping to see the new 210-seat facility. Interment was in the family !
Albert:> Stefanelli of Jackson: ber party to-- eight girls last returned to Orlando with her burn. Judge T. A. Yawn of Long. that fine cooperative spirit It is the Director's view I plot In Evergreen Cemeteryin You stiouM... unless tiwy'reI protected
ville and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Friday night after the Little daughter for an Indefinite Starke and L. N. Woodburnof The suit asks the courtto again" Haz<.n said. that religion plays a signifi- Gainesville with DeWittC I I against Hercules loss by fire Multi in.Lox such insulated equipment files.as

ert Stefanelli of Gainesville Women's Club dance stay.Franklin Elmhurt. Ill. were fishingat set a value on the lands\ The following mailing! '!: tips cant role 'in the total rehabilitation Jones Funeral Home in You can have complete point.of-us
and their children. Mrs.: Geoi7e' [Bucki Gill Stalling assistant Homosassa last Saturday: and also enjoin Tax Collector are suggested for the most process! of the crimInal charip of arrangements. I 1, protection lor all your vital records in
Mr. and Mrs. J C. BennettOf and daughter Patricia manager of the local nieht and Sunday. J. R Kelly from taking efficient handling of the offender The chapel is Active pallbears were I two three or four-drawer Underwriters'
Fernandina Beach and:: Ann will leave Friday by Town Finance office. has Mr and :Mrs Donald Cooper -. steps to collect the taxes Involved holiday rush: very complete and will offer Charles Harris Fred. Harris. I certified Hercules files. And any !allorI -

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vinlng plane for Frankfurt. Ger- been promoted! to manager of and sons of Cocoa spent The plaintiff tendered Use zip codes on all mail every opportunity for the offender R. A. Green Jr.. Gordon I made locking Doa't arrangement wait SM \won you desire.\OIIi1Joi
and family o. Palatka were( many. to spend two months the Live Oak office and assumed the weekend with Mr. and the court a check for $10.- If there ate some Zip Codes ::! to attend religious! Wadsworth. One A. Wiggins I
Sunday visitors of Mr. and with her parents Mr. and his new duties there Mrs. C. L. Cooper. They all 908 as payment of 1966 taxes that you still need for your services In the proper atmos- and Curtis Senders.STORY=: i
Mrs. L. D. Vining. Mrs. Karl Huftle. Thursday.Mr. attended the funeral of an based on its own valuationof I mailing! list come to the phere. All of Florida's major I Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH

: Among those attending the Mr. and Mrs\ Hush Brown- and :Mrs J. Franklin aunt. Mrs. Allie Crlbbs In the land. Po<.tofflre and look them up adult correctional Institu- HOUR ,
Big Ape Convention at the lee of New Orleans La. were Adams of Jacksonville were Cioss City on Saturday.Eric. Yawn said Monday: that he in our Zip C(>:!.= directory or tions have full-time chap- AT THE UBKAKV:
Coliseum Saturday night Friday and Saturday visitorsof I Tuesday to Saturday (guest Kevin and Scott McIntyre plans to ,file motions soon to give us a call. Zip Codes are lains employed on the staff. "Animal Antics" will be the I
were: Wayne Blankenshlp. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and I of :Mr. and :Mrs L. C. Adams of Jacksonville spent dismiss the Container suit more important than ever Weekly religious' services and
Joey Reese. Melanie Bradley Mr. and Mrs J. R. Chasteen I Mr. and Mrs. Robert My- Thursday to Sunday with along with others filed by this year. religious counseling are pro-
Harry Hatcher Sandra Jr. rick and son. Billy. and niece. their grandparents. Mr. and Owans-Illinoia and Nelson Prepare your gift list light vided at all 34 of the Divisionof

Register Janelle Pollard. I Ronald Nelson of Fort My- Miss! Charlene Taylor of Rai- Mrs. J. H. DuPre. Blocker on 1966 taxes. away. The earlier you do Corrections road prisons.
Shary Dobbs Brenda Williams. ers and Mrs. Thenie Roberts ford spent) Wednesday-:! to Mrs. Roy Ward and The three plaintiffs listed, your shopping, the better All religious activities For the best deal

Oerrl Mooty, Mike and Mrs. Morris Roberts of Sunday with their soninlawand daughter, Jane. and Darby along with two others-Ray- chance you have to get exactly throughout the division are -
Castlen. Kathy Frees Margie Lake Butler and their children daughter, Pfc and Mrs Peek of Lake City spent onier and Oilman Paper what you want'hll" coordinated at the Central in a new Chevrolet .
.jDowllng. Chase Haidy Wanda ,:!; were Friday guests of Ronald Fitzpatrick in Wil- Thanksgiving with their filed suit more than a year the stores are still full of Office in Tallahassee by the
< Williams and Ronnie Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Brvan liamsburg. Va. mother, Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. ago on 1965 assessments. Altogether merchandise. That way you Rev. J. T Tompkins. or OK used car
:.Tomlinson. Mr. and Mrs Jim Phillipsof Mr. and Mrs Keith Reeves Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. the five plaintiffsown can mail eailier The public:: Is cordially Invited .
Mrs. Roy Mathus and Cocoa: Beach Mr and and:: son of Winter Park were and family and Mrs. W. H. or lease a total of 73.000 Be sure to have enough to attend: : the dedication
ughter, Martine. of West Mrs. J. W. Phillips and son vlsltlne her parents Mr and Holland: spent Thanksgivingwith acres in Bradford County a boxes tape, string and wrap- services. See '
hIm Beach and Tom Smithof of Orlando. and Debbie Co- Mrs N. L. V/oodtaurn. from Mr. and Mrs. Terry large! percentage of the coun' ping paper on hand Wrap _
Gainesville were weekend Thuis-lay to Saturday Walters In Gainesville. ty's total area. your packages well. Include Widows
comlse of St. Augustine Eligible
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. the weekend with Lynn Polla'-J:! was hostesp Cadet Jack F. McComb of The 1965 suits are scheduled sufficient padding. Remember Ermie JonesAt

6mith. ree Cocomlse Mrs. Loy- :at a slumber; arty: for nine USAF Academv.] Colo was to be tried before Judge that your parcel may: be For SecurityAt _ _
Mr. and Mrs. R. W Un- i I girls last F lday night Vnme: for the holiday:! week- Murphree In January. Oncea shipped in a mall sack witha
Miss! Margaret Duncan has,' ofPnlatki decision I is reached. on the Age Of 60
derlll of Melbourne and :Mr: Mrs. Kathleen Goethe set of encyclopedia ridingon
;and Mrs. J. S. Walker of Fort returned to West Point. Oi! 1"aqt" B>ll] Newton of end.Mr.. earl :Mrs David Mc- 65 suits< It Is expected" thatit top.
after Many widows may be unaware Baldwin Chevrolet !
spend'nnr the
Thanks- ,
Lauderdale were weekend Davtona Beach and Dr. Leod of Brunswick Ga. will will Influence settlementof Include a card::, or piece of
Elvlnnr hoIHiv with her of a chanae in the socIal -
|guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. parents Donald Cb'ihb and Carl spend the weekend with Mr the 1966 complaints piper Inside the package
Mr. andfl's.: K. O I' secuii'v: law and still 301 .:\'orthLarge
Moncrief. Chubb of W'nter Pnik were and :Mrs H A. MrLeod( and with your name and: address L
Duncan. think they have to wait until _
A wonderful Xmas gift for weekend attests of Mr\ and will attend the BHSAuburndale Power PlantExpansion and that of the person you __ -
the entire family a nc'or -.. Mr. ani 'Irs. 'V. G Walkpr ;Mrs Herbert Thomas and game Fi'day! night. are sending the parcel to in they become 62 to collect
: used car from TER\ML am:; famllv: of Lakeland daughter Kathleen' at their Mrs. Stanley Noegel and case the wrapping should be social security widow benefits Selection New and Used Cars on

..LEGARJO'tORS. your were weekend! guests< ofIr, camp in the Sctub. daughter. Sharon, were visiting loose and come off. That way This is the warning of Our Lot All Times.
Thomas C. Watson Jr. Field at
friendly FORD dealer. And Mrs Jimmy Green. Thinking of giving ;your bov; I Mr. and Mrs Bennie you can be assured! your gift
Come in to fee us today! Maurice Edvard? Jr. one or girl a car for Christmas; ? Stevenson at Vero Beach last Gets OkIContlnuej wlU not wind up in the dead:: Representative of social security -
I Local admittances! to of seven delegates/ from Florida I !See' 114 at TFRWHLEOIK 1 Thursday ani Friday. parcel office Also Insert a I in Gainesville

;"Bradford County Hospital thl and sons. Zack and Tom MOTORS: as we have a good I Mrs. T. k!. Herndon and I From Page Onel list of the packaares' contents Until the change in the I
week inclnie:! : Willie South. attended the American AnTIS srlrctinn In a wide range Mrs. Bill Mitchell of Valdosta Address your gifts and I law effective September
"'erland' of Lake Eutlr: Truby meeting ct t the International new or lined' Hurry now Ga. were weekend guestsof was not opposing the expansion greetings! clearly so that th? 1965 the widow of a man H
but simply stating facts. who had worked under social
:Zplnholster and C. R. Wilson: Livestock Show in Chi to TEItWIU.F.O.R10: Mis Pearl Edwards postal workers;; will have no: 1
He said utilities billings on security could not qualify for
'of Brookertl1"; Jimmie Dan t'aqIll./ from Sunday to TORS.!' Bud Lawson of Marlon. N. difficulty in leading the destination -
October readings were widow's benefits
:Melrose: Mis. Shirley Chiitlan. : : Wednesday-: : :Mr and Mrs Paul Shields C. was visiting his parents. meter U.--e first class post- monthly until -
off $10.000 frum the previous she reached 62. Now. she
Mtddlebure! ; Hemy Allen Miss Mary Bolllnger! of and family ;of St. Petersburg.Mrs. Mr. and:! Mis H. A. Lawson. age on greeting! cards. This
Lawtey: Wtnium L. 1 v- Wllilam-Cnrey College Hat- Luther Lennon of Jack- over the weekend The Law- month. assures their being forwarded ran elect to have her pay- 2BIG SALES 2
Keystone Heights! : tlesb'irg' Miss\ was home for sonville. and Mr. and Mrs sons also had as Thanksgiving -I This could;: be due to the if the recipient his moved ments start as early as her --
:jMrs. Ruby Yarbrough. Rat the Thanksgiving holiday. Edwin Pievatt of Orlando ,guests :Mr and :Mrs: Joe I fact that it vvas. not necessaryto Cnr s that are undeliverable 60th bhthdny: but in smaller

S ford; Mrs. Lee P. Davis.V1l.. Mr. :and: MM L F. Dinkins were holiday guests of Jordan And family of Lake use electric or gas for will be returned when you Include Installments to take accountof MILLIARD
liam E. Thornton. LawiencfIT. I oent Thanksgiving with Ed Prevatt. I\Irs'l City and Mr mil Mrs. Jim- much hunting: or cooling a return address on the the longer time that benefits FLORIDA

S Gibson Wes Oriflis OtL I their son-in-law: and daush"r Mr and: Mrs: C. S. Had- my Jordan of Mannesquan during the moderate weather will be paid. 15 MILES NORTH
Leach and Mrs. hattie ALee "'. Pr and Mrs. J. L Stith dock and famllv spent N. J of September it was said. Watson pointed out that OF JACKSONVILLE

: all of Starke. 'n Valcosta. Oa Their grand- Thankqllvln'Ith Mrs\ C. C. n.lI.I.RK: CIIKISTMtSCAnns ; : !' Councilman Nell Tucker lIenel'ally'olr.t'n who chooseto
: Mr. and Mrs. W B. fowlIng hlldion. Philip and Terry Teston in Kinssland. Oa When you care questioned the fees chargedby FFA NEWS\ take these reduced benefits FRIDAY, DEC. 9TH
and family of Dunnellon Stlth. returned to Starke Mrs W. G. Halle returned onoiuh to send 1 the very best. the Jacksonville engineering will collect about: th>
were Friday guests of Mr .Mth th"'m for the weekendqn last Frldav from two weeks Oulck Imprinting service at firm bat was told they same value In benefits over :
and Mrs. C. R. Scoesins. < : their parents picked visit! with :M.and Mrs. J. S. Pulllnxton's./ I were based on the standard BRADFORD C1I.\PTER the years He uraed widows. 110 Mt1 I Truck City

Mr. and 1Irft."altel' Zelg- 'hem up on Sunday. I Adair in West Palm Beach 1215 7'a per tnt fixed by the This week we would like to who for their may 63nd have:: been birthdays.waiting to
: ler o* Oakdale. Calif an Mr. and Mrs. R. R. An- and :Mr and Mrs Woodfln 1Il.qs1arl.1n: Green of Career Florida! Engineering Society feature one of our outstanding -
: visiting Mrs. Rhoda Dampier Hrews and son. Mr\ and Mrs. lIa lie and family: in Miami& Academy, Atlanta. Ga. Estimated cost of the gen- future farmers our secretary call office or visit the social security Property of Southern Stores. Inc.

: and Mr. and Mrs. J. D OrifIfls En'In Andrew! and children, Mr. and Mrs L. D. Green was home for the holiday erator. accessories and pos David: Scott. He is the to fin-1, out neaiest how thMr the homes Russell Newton: Jr.
for a week. I and Mr and Mrs. Townsend had:! a famllv dinner Wednes- weekend. sible alterations to the present age-60
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Mr. oand Mrs. Ben Rowlan:! Strickland and:: son spent day night< of list week. They Mrs\ W. B. Mundy and power plant building is Rosier and lives on a farm benefits their would work out In Located 3 miles south of Ga.-Fla. line of U. S.
and :Mr. and 1\1.6. Wllliair |I Thanksgiving! with Mr and served moose which their daughter. Jean, and :Mrs J.I''tor set at $480.000, plus $48.000 about three miles west of The particular public cases.contact 301, and 23. Property includes. a modern res-
total of may
: Carter and family spent tlu Mrs. Steve Kelley In Jack- nephew. Cecil Does of Mayo. B Sam spent the weekend I contingencies Lawtey.
weekend with Mr. and Mrs :onvllle.IJr. killed while he and his wife i with Mrs. Paul McLendon at 528000. David is now enrolled in Welfare Mr.] Watson Office in Starke at the taurant, gas station, 1 18,000'VaK LP ja4 plant,

Dwight Marshall in A:>ala'hl. -, and ,Irs. V. J. SpengTo were hunting in Canada and I Rock Hill S. C. Reynolds Smith & Hills' vocational agriculture for his "ml 1 TYIrtnv mnrnin each Monday storage tanks, trucks, service equipment, attractive -
I cola. I ,' and family!! and Mrs Alaska list ermmer Thirteen fee for design engineering is fourth year. During his first 6-room
: Mrs. O L. Beasiey u: ;mma Badman spent guests enjoyed the affair. $39.500. If the City choosesto year he took part In many A ('1."llIedd In the TELE. residence and guest house,
Mrs. J. W. Klrcald: spent t'.r: Thank !Tlvln* with !\Mr and :Mr and Mis R. A. Barkley Triest Low have "project representa: activities such as parliamentary C.RIPII bring results with 8 acres of ground fronting; 741 feet on

: past week with Mr. and Mrs. 1 :Mrs William Spengler in St. of Jacksonville were visitingher / I tion" on the Installation. an- procedure forestry, and the highway. Modern restaurant
mother. Mrs. W. D. other will be seats 60-
? C. C. Hoppe In Tampa. Augustine. I fee of $12.500 land judging. His projects for
.. Stiinafellow. over the week- On County Bid I charged for a total of $32.- I the first year included hogs This "complete package" is a going operationthat
end. I
4 000.
i and one-half acre of greens is sure to continue as a wise investmentfor
:Mrs Russell Carter and I
i SPECIAL !Mrs. R -i--;: Row ell- visited: (Continued:! From Page Onel Interest is budgeted!during at construction $31,500for He ter also meeting.attended'' every chap- the new owner.

CHRISTMAS their son and daughter, I a total of $630.000 over- I During his second year he I t0t DS
Lance Cpl! and Mis Donald ed that he will oppose It, all.
was member of the
a chapter
; DAY ONLY? D. Carter and new babY I IdauchtT when the matter comes to a It was explained that the parliamentary: team and par-

ONE C recently.at Cherry Point N'I I,] vote."I will not vote! for any $12 sentation".500 for Is "project optional repre-and such ticipated as land in other judging activities.and O666oy I I 3 P.M. 1 I Van's Motel

Saturday December 3rd :Miss Jean Leear or Winter' such building" he added may or may not be used by forestry. His projects for the

Park Ed Jordan of Ovieda. 'I "until we Rt the pulpwoodland the City. This! service encom- year were hogs and poultry Property of ;Mr. and ;Mrs Van II.
and Harold Jordan of Or- suits and the tax prob-
passes on-th"-job supervision During his third year. David Anderson.
lando spent the weekend:! with lem settled by an enorlneer from Reyn- was elected chaplain of
:Mrs Carrie Ritch and Miss He called attention to rising olds Smith & Hills who the chapter and participated:! Located south and adjacent to the Truck City-

i Annie Darby. property taxes. and:! the would supervise the Installation -, in parliamentary proced- Property. The major highway traffic assures!

f8X1O $100 Mr and :Mrs. Comer Perry- possibility that they mightln"rea.si from the l ground up. I uiv. meat judging and land heavy patronage. All 15"units are air'condit-
> even in the future
nian of Jacksonville! ypent more The Indicate Judging His
I Council did not projects for this loned, heated
Pending suits brought I Swimming pool. This
Wednesday to Sunday with Tuesday night whetherit year hoges and poultry. gCWlt
'ear-round business
:Mrs E. K Ferryman I by timber companies are would buy this service or This year he was elected can be jours. Write or

i I II holding up rbout in not secretary of the chapter and IS FIREPROOf ? call for brochure and further details.
1965 taxes. and new suits his
"I think projects include poultry
we can save some
PORTRAIT TilE BRADFORD have have lust been filed attacking of that.'. Councilman Tucker and calves. His responsibilities Call or Write for Brochure and

: th' 19R6 assessments. commented. as secretary are to prepare Further Details.
: All Ages COUNTY. TELEGRAPH Johns saH:! that the coun- chapte-; meetinas and
tv's business must go on and I Edwards announced tljat reports. His future plans are List! Your Property With Us.
Published the $630,000 Issue had been
every Thursdayat
could not be stopped becauseof I to .
attend!/ Junior
:: College to
.. 138 W Call St., the assessments suits. validated in Circuit Court. be a forest ranger Keg. U. S. Trademark
Starke. Fla. 32091 but the bonds have not yet -
: ONE TO A FAMILY: NO GUOUPS In other action Tuesday I been sold. The City's fiscal\ James Allen: Reporter. ,
Second class postage paidat the board: -
agents are for a fav-
: This One You Can't Afford To Starke Fla. .Authorized Clerk Charles I orable market before; givingthe
according to the engin- 1lJEi
Darbv to pay the Bradford go ahead. i
Subscription Rates: Association nering: report demand for :
COUl\y $3.-
: Miss! In trad area: $3.50 per 000 to meet bond obligations Capacity of the' plant at current i U growing at the : Third Iw a. o ,

year; $2.00 pix months. at the request of T. C. HazenJr. present Is 5,728- kllowats. rate of eight per cent per L&IC1N1IDsONDID IMSM tip
with all ,
six engines running
; NEWBERN'S STUDIO E. L. :Matthews!, editor and and O T. Hugalns. repre- The "firm" capacity with year ...... 2S Safe 1005 6th
St. N St.J! Florida
publisher senting the association Un- The report projects a need erurg) I
one of the largest generatorsshut ,
: 114 N. Walnut Street Phone 96 1. 501 Outside trade area: $4.00 der a special legislative act down !s 4733 kilowatts for further expansion of the Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Tel. 862-5518 or 869-6163 i iI

.. Florida I per year: $22'S six znon.th.sI. I the board i Is required to pay The peak load as of early plant in 1971 and again I.
Starke, MCENTED: '
the Fair Association $3.000 summer was 3,750 kilowatts around 1973.

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I Garden Club Junior) Club Postal SayingsAcc'ts. Medical Miracles May Turn Man .\OIKIor' : INIITI: 'rrtsa.r.rrrn <
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Will Hear Talk I To Meet MondayFor N.iL.:; i- h,.n-li I >' gH .'n lln'
I. ShouldBe Into Mechanical Being SomedayScientific ''Ii.' iili'l'tilKIH'l'/ ,, ,, I, par I 'II"ill''t I I..
e On Rose Culture Art Program | ,Ih./ 'f"I'I"8' Niiniu' Htlltlltf: "
I'hOpl.| '"r .Vo Jo'i',1' IawH ut
,I "}low to grow roses in The executive board of the Closed Out developments points out that the effort to 1.'I"'I| |IILr| "I'MI" I, II* 'u mi rull'll liVi .
I'hnlt.i 'i r :s'i; 'i.TU"' i.iiu .f
in all fielas advancing
are so build the artificial heart has
Junior Woman's Club will! ,,
Florida" was the program hLn,'I'l.t I'I1i, hcinic S''' tl.m
GLADYS MOOT topic at the Starke Garden meet tonight I Thursday:! I at United States Postal SavIngs rapidly that the average layman become a sweepstake with M Il H"'I>, I l-'ll Il ,ll'lll' Sllltlll', H, III)
Phone Mi-0651. Club meeting Monday night 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. certificates totaling''' finds It difficult to winnings to be shared with ,r.'g,IMt.I" I u Illl Ihl' .'ilk) ..r I 111")
, 1 I, In Keystone' $15,266 still on deposit at the ': adjust his mental process to thousands Americans/ who I '1"111'" "I'iMiit' ,in end, fUT F1rail"
of Mrs. T Elzle ,
____ I at the home f.,,"il i Cuiintv, 'Klorlda, upon replpt -
( Mersereau.. Heights :' Starke Post Office, are now' keep pace. now die ea'Oi year from cardiac .. of prouf of publl.atlon <.r
: I little Interest In a recent column I told ailments. Ifurodeo" thn riitttloiiHIJIIllf. ',
December of earning or no
-- -- Mrs. L. V. Hardin presented i The meeting I
qAI ) ,
1 Hospital Auxiliary the program and discussedthe the club will be held Monday -I for local depositors;: Post you about a new radio pill a Mechanical boosters to assist AllTI, .. .,Il KV:>wit SAUKH, uncl.ruhlili .

Plans Annual history of roses, when to night at 8 o'clock at the master T. C. Hazen, Jr, revealed transistorized radio transmitter the left ventricle, the 111M In /hiiHlni-xH In III",
; I plant, how to plant and cultivate club house with the program | toiay.Nationwide. about the size ot a : heart's main pumping chamber Cll\ or SlurlM'<, !" "oIloc .

: 'Coffee Break'The the many varieties. r under the Public Affairs Department the Post Office small button, that when have ulrcndv been usej, < 'I'liiil. |, ,l oil-le"-x' tin |nirl\, .."10"1 Int"r't'>" ,1M'I 11M'ln4jilc ,.

Mrs, A. Russell Norman with Mrs. Lavern department Is holding! swallowed by a patient sends and more medical muscles I I. ''I/ iI'M ,
Bradford' County)I. presided over the short busi- ," Outlaw as chairman more than $147 million In back an amazing amount ot are announced almost daily :I ,-,I"" \l hllNl''i:; I ) '".i''i'-\ sI
Hospital Auxiliary held its I Information as to your phy- In a few mow I Mi; I I'1.\II'\\1 I ) 1I IN'1" I I
ness meeting and Mrs. J, D. ; The program will be "The the now obsolete program years at ..arlrm, ,-I t ii kn PI.I,','Ida
i i
regular meeting at St. Mark'sParish Doyle gave the plant guide I Christmas Story in Art" which was discontinued by sical condition enabling your this rate nil wp'll have to do 1 II I I ; -o.t! I\i l$"
House Monday night I Johns doctor to cldgnobe the situation for that "run down" feelin,
for December.. Mrs. R. F featuring color slides of famous the Congress on March 28,
Nov. 21, with the president, Young gave tips on the care Miss Martell paintings loaned to the 1066 quickly and accuiately is to wind ourselves up[ lImn,: :

Mrs. Loyree Cocomlse pre- of pot plant, Including orchids Weds Richard WestMrs. club from the National' Gallery As of April 27, 1966 Postal Now comes a. group of and tick away for another t'

siding. as grown by the house- of Art in Washington D'I I\ Savings were discontinued scientists with what they call ten years or so C.\SII Paid For

Mrs. *l. E. Edmondsongave wife as a hobby. A general Jew lI Faulk of Jacksonville C. j I I and no deposits were accepted an Automatic Medical Mon-
highlights on the con- a question and answer period announces the marriage Hostesses for the Monday I by the Post Office Department. itor in the form of a chair. I TITO RIGHT POINT for GooI; ('lea n Cotton

ference of the Florida! Hos- followed while Mrs. Mers- of her daughter Mar- night meting will be Mrs. J.I Certificates whose an- All the patient has to do IsI way you write Com in mid the Rag t. No Khakis!

pital Auxiliaries held in ereau served refreshments. tell Johns, to Richard Larry M. Edwards and Mrs Eugene niversary dates have been sit in it while an operator I select your favorite KSTKK-:

Jacksonville recently. West, son of Mrs. Marie Tanner. j I reichM! since last April 26 checks physical Impluses. BROOK fountain i i-n. TKLK-: ; or \00))
Final plans for the annual Stork Shower Summers of Jacksonville and have earned their final Interest With arms resting on specIally r.KAI'H. Telegraph

Christmas coffee break were Calhoun West Jr. of Ridge- Middleton Home payment.Those whose anniversary designed conductive armrests
made and the date of Dec- For Mrs. NazworthMrs. land, S. C. Miss Johns is the I dates fall between j tne patient: is completely I '

ember 16 and the hours of 7 granddaughter of Mr. and ,Scene Of Party now and next April 26 will | relaxed. The comfortable
a. m. to 12 noon and 2 p. m.I'I CogdillCampbellPlans C. P. Nazworth was Mrs. Carter Sr. of Kingsley I receive interest until their upholstery ol the chair has

to 6 p. m. were decided on. AnnouncedMrs. honored at a stork shower Lake I Mrs. F. F Stump and Miss next anniversary dates, but built-in sensors or electrical N

The film, "Emergency IT" Tuesday evening of last week The marriage!: took place on Lillian Stump' were compli-I, they can ba cashed at anytime pick up which send the min Harold t e e

shown by R. E. Edmondson.] Sandra L. Campbell!, given by Mrs R. J. Andrews. Nov. 19, In Rldgeland. S. C. mented at a party Monday I and a proportionate ute impulses produced by the ,
Hospital Administrator was;: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mrs. W. E. Dampier and Mrs. I afternoon, given by Mrs. W. E. amount of interest will be body functions through a

based upon representative I I Z. Lee of Starke, and OradY C C. Johns at the home of Mrs. Roberts Middleton and Miss Madge I paid. After April 26, 1967, no wire attached to a data processing '

emergencies that actually\ E. Cogxllll son of Mr. and the latter. Middleton. at their home on I interest wll be earned by any machine.' Yarbrough

have pccurred In one physic Mrs. C. W. Cogdill, also of Pink and blue flowers in Hostess To N. Walnut Street. Postal Savings accounts, The Autcmatic Medical

ian's practice. Starke will be united in attractive arrangements were The Stumps are moving Hazen said Monitor will accurately report -
marriage at 8 o'clock Satur- I used in the rarty rooms, and ADK MembersMembers from N.Walnut to their new The Postmaster suggests your pulse rate respiration Invites all his friends
Mrs. Titus Olson, hospitality -
day night, Dec. 3. at the I pink and blue was also used home on Bessent Road:! in the I that all Postal Savings! depositors and heart sounds and and '
chairman and her customers
com- Gamma
of Alpha !
mittee served refreshments. home of the bride's parents. for the table decorations in near future. Enjoying the I close out their account virtually eliminate the steth- see rt a.

I I Attending the ceremony will the dining room. Chapter, Alpha Delta entertained Kapp.1lIo1'Orlty affair were friends and Wal- as soon as convenientso oscope, electrocardiographand him af once. He has "

be members of the immediate Several games were played were\ nut street neighbors of the' they can put their fundsto other clinical apparatus
SiemerHarrisEngagement families.NewsomeJohnson. during the party hours 7:30: Monday night Nov. 21, Stumps. more productive use. He We can thank our space just! l selee'led jour nevlcur. t np
ToldMrs. I to 9 o'clock and prizes were the home of Mrs. Carl Rob- The coffee table in the also reminded depositors thatU. program for this advance in

awarded to Mrs. Betty Craw- erts.During meet- dining room was covered S. Savings; Bonds paying a medical science for Its deed .
Marie Siemer announces ford. Mrs. David Bennett, the business with a Madeira outwork cloth current rate of 4.15 per cent opment came about as a result -
Rehearsal Party ,' and! Mrs. J. \. Crosby. Ing, conducted by the presi- and centered with an arrangement of research to '
the engagement and approaching Lucille Brown a Interest if held to maturity, find a remote You ( :10 (;'et in Touch
marriage of her 'I The honoree was presentedwith dent, Mrs. of seasonal foli are an excellent investmentfor control monitoring

daughter. Peggy Marie, to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil B. New- I a pink and blue corsage report was given on the pur- age. Mrs. Harry Mooty presided both safety and Income.On technique to guage physical With Him AtBaldwin

Leon Harris, son of Mr. and som of Lulu entertained at a and a baby sterilizer! set from chase of a Scholarship Houseat at the silver coffee ser July 1 of next year remaining responses of astronauts.

Mrs. Curtis Harris of Ral- party In the Methodist Fellowship her hostesses as a mementoof FSU and it was announ- vice.The funds In the program With the advent of medi- Chevrolet Inc.
Hall last Thursday the occasion.: ced that other organizations hostesses presentedthe ,
will be turned over to care and:! :increased\ demandfor
ford.The wedding will take 'night followingthe wedding Among the guests were and: friends may contributeto honored couple with a the Treasury Department physical check ups, the ,

place on January 14 at 8 p. rehearsal of Miss Elaine Mrs. Barney E. McRae this project If they voted desire.to pink artlflcal flower] arrangement There thev will be depositedIn medical monitor. will save .'{01) North Phone' !9U>( I-IH: !)()()

m. In the Madison Street Johnson and their son, Clif- mother of the honoree and The local chapter for their new home as a trust fund, where they hours of waiting! for patients I
Baptist Church with a recep- ton Newsom. Mrs. Betty Crawford, sisterof a memeno of the occasion. will\! remain available for and valuable time for the '
their altruistic
tion following irr the educa The lace covered- refresh., the Jionoi-ee.: .. project. pavment without time limi- doctor. Instead of just sitting '
During the social hour,
tional building. ment table was centered witha Mrs. Martha: Pellum conduc- Executive BoardThe tation whenever proper;: and waiting to see the Neuritis and Sciatica i
All milk glass vase holding.:! red Joyce MussellmanTo claims are received. doctor, they sit in a monitor
friends and relativesare contest
ted a Thanksgiving
roses and white pompoms. executive board of the chair and are examined
Invited to attend. Wed Mr. Moody and Mrs. Atrhur McRae won will Neuritis is a painful information of a nerve
Mrs. Newsom presided at the Starke Woman's Club Peace CorpsPlacement while they wait. A nurse or
silver coffee service. first prize for the best turkey. meet Thursday, Dec. 8, at attendant ;simply gathers the with impairment (if power and s nsation to the
BPW BazaarThe Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mu el-! Mrs. Ruth Frazier program Test
The 22 guests Included 3:30: p. m. at the club house. Information from the pro- parts! supplied by the nen e. The term i is most frequently -
of Roanoke Va. announce chairman read "Thanksgiving -
wedding I man cessing machine which will when there is involvement of
members of the and Mrs. Pellum Monday Dec. 5 employed an !
BPW Club will sponsor the engagement Heart, and ,
a Christmas Bazaar in party, the parents of the, approaching marriage of gave the devotional. Recent BirthsMr. tell the doctor just about nerves!> going to either arm. Sciatica is a neuritisof
'honored couple and relatives.I Starke area residents interested everything h. wants to know from the small of the back
front of Winn-Dixie m the their daughter Miss Joyce Mrs Marlon Payne served the body extending
Starke Plaza on Dec. 9 and Miss Johnson and Mr. Mussellman of Arlington, punch during the refreshment and Mrs. Donald W. in putting their without the time consumingold down the entire length of the leKs.! It i is extremely -
Thornton of Cheverly, Md.:! skills to in developing type of examination and
10 from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Newsom presented their attendants Texas to Raymond Moody, hour.Carter use Its painful and frequently renders the patient bed!
announce the birth of a nations around the world are attending series of various
with personal gifts Mr.
Items /suitable for Christmas also of Arlington, Texas. ridden.
daughter Donna Elaine, on invited to take the Peace
gifts are being: featured. I during the evening. Moody Is the son of Mr. and Family tests.Medical
Nov. 24 In Bethesdjt.Hospital, Corps placement test at 3 p. science is movingso
of Starke. which
Mrs. J. C. Moody Of all conditions respond to Chiropracticit
Holds Reunion Grandparents are Mr. and m. on Monday, December 5, fast that today's human
will! be
The wedding be said that neuritis responds most readilyto
W. Strickland and being Is well may
Mrs. F. at Room 131 Federal Build- on
I A SAVINGS PLAN event of Baotlst January 14 Church at the In The Carter family reunionwas Mr. and Mrs. W. Ellis Thoin- ing, In Galr.e. vUle. the way to becoming a me- adjustments. The reason is that most cases! of

Calvary Grand Prairie, Texas.Elementary held last Thursday and ton of Starl-.e. The Peace Corps uses the chanical man. When eyes neuritis: results from a disturbance of body mechanics -.

THAT REALLY) Friday at the home of Mrs. placement test to ,determinehow give out he can apply to the and displacements of spinal vertebrae creating -

'I PTA Ruby Cook on US 301( north. Lance Cpl. and Mrs. DonaldD. an applicant can best be eye bank for a new pair irritation of the involved nerve. '
The family includes four Carter, Cherry Point, N. C. I utilized o"verseas. The test When he loses blood, he goes
WORKS 'Meetings PlannedThe brothers and three sisters announce the birth of a measures general aptitudeand to the blood bank. His hos- Any sufferer from neuritis i should avail him-

and their families: Mr and daughter, Oerrl Ann, on Nov. the ability to learn a pital Is equipped with an self of (Chiropractic without delay.A .

IIoIt pops. .Rlt b. 11II 1108aJt Southslde Elementary Mrs. Ray Carter Mr. and 3. Grandparents are Mr. and language\ \ not education, or artificial kidney, mechanical -
TIM probte, h taping it Mwd.too PTA will meet Tuesday Mrs. Roger Jones Mr. and MJS. R. L. Rowell and:! Mr achievement. I IIf test scores lung end other devicesfor Public Service" of the Northeast Florida
md Important masons to "Mp" you and Mrs. Russell Carter of repairing: and maintaining Chiropractic .\ssn.
night at 7:30: o'clock In the Mrs. Richard Carter Mr. and Indicate a limited' language-! ,

.stick Woodman to tha saving of the World habit; Ufa that's Intufnca wtijr Cafeteria The sixth !grade I Mrs. Jimmy Carter, and Miss\ Starke. learning ability, for example. life. .

tI ..savings plan rally vorkt. IfJM glee club and members of the Deborah Ann Carter, all of the Peace Corps tries to place A recent issue of Newsweek
live, your savings will cuarmtM, sixth grades will! present a Daytona Beach; Mr. arid:! Bradford County the applicant In an English-\

$ cash for special needs", or monthly" Christmas program under Mrs. W. D. Carter of Hampton ;: announces the following speaking country 1 The ,

tocoma for your retirement, plus a the direction of Mis. Julie I : Mr and Mrs. Carl Car- Births: placement test t requires no
good rauirm.. If you die. you fuar Mr. and Mrs. Julian Cecil
Rasmussen. The fifth graie:! ter of Cocoa Beach; and Mr. preparation and Is non-com-
V t ante* cash or Income for your sift.; Green ,a daughter,
mothers will be In charge of and Mrs. Gcoige. Carter. Mr. Starke petlthe on applicant can
husband, children or your parents. i SAVE
Nov. 23
Call today for details, plus the full : refreshments and Mrs. Palmer: Williams! ; SherI Lynn ,I' neither pass nor fail. A PIECE
M. 1* tae'U\.atl'' story on Woodman of the Wwld's.' The executive board will I and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bryan Mr. and Mrs. The application! form, not
Field. Representative< outstandlngprogreAdfratu0dsadPhone / meet at 7 p. m. preceding the of Starke. Frampton Crosby, the placement test, Is the
9til-flqlU i
Starke, Fla. e. daughter! Michele Lynn, Nov. selection of Volunteers Persons -
Alw ieantlaM .. ,. a H..H n. MurrayrMercer
aeelawt ue ..... la.e.ar stns. 22. Interested in serving in
't-Y fR,.l The Starve Elementary Mr. and Mrs Phillip!! Ed-
the Peace Corp must fill out
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. ,
,, PTA will\ hive a musical program ward Mobley, Starke a
z WOODMEN OF THE WORLD j: presented by the first Mercer Jr., of Miami, and:! daughter, Phylls Elizabeth I an application if they have
not already done so, and =
.'II' grades at their meeting Tuesday formerly) of Starke, announce dbEa
; LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY Nov. 25. I present it to the tester before
I the marriage of their daughter -
i. night. Dec. 8, at : p. Mr. and Mis.' Eugene Underhill -
taking the test. Applications
KOMI OFFICE OMAHA. NEBRASKA m. in the cafetoilum The Leslye to Gene Murray Starke, a daughter, Joan I
be obtained from local
"l1oH. *77 h. FAMILY third and fourth grade son of Mr. and: Mrs. Gathan may
> Fraternity Elizabeth, Nov 27. offices from the
post or
mothers will serve refreshments Murray of Eddyvllle Ky. on Clifton
Mr. and !Mrs Johnny
Wednesday Nov' 23. Peace Corps' Washington, 1J
I Boone .Jr Starke, a son,
C. 20525.
Mr. and Mi*. Murray, seniors j, Johnnv Clifton Boone lit:
The placement test! takes
at Murray. State University -]
I Nov. 27. about an hour anJ a hal r
will!] reside and continue Roger
Mr. and Mrs. Harley
their studies at the University. -
Hartley, Starke twin daughters .. .. I
Sherle Lvnn, and Sheila Fruit Cake

Alavne Nov. 28.
UDC LuncheonThe Mr. and MM Albert Saunders Now On Sale

MONEY W. T. Weeks chapter, ,Amy Lake Renee Butler, Nov., a 30.daughter By CivitansClvltan Of every dollar you earn for the one

UDC will have a luncheon

meeting Wednesday Dec. 7, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Eric Club President! Jim person who deserves! it the most. YOU! :
Temple announced this week
at 12.30: p. m. at Holiday Jackson. Starke announcethe
Inn. Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr., Mrs.J. birth of a daughter that the annual sale of Clax- .

For All Your E. Wilson and Mrs L. D. lissa, on Nov 14 In ton fruitcake Is under way. ,

Vining, social committee, are I County Hospital;: -:!Me-I The cake Is fold each year as WF CAN BE HhLPFUL ,

In charge of arrangements. ents are Mr and Mrs. a means of bolstering the ..

Smith of Williston and Mr scholarship; fund. .

ChristmasNeese Nolin Completes and Mrs. W T Jackson Sr sents Each two\year: $::50 the Scholarships Club !pre- % PEn: ANNI;; 'M 1 .

Workshop OEOP. Course of Starke. to who Bradford neej assistance County students in order 41,1.! 2 Quarterly Anticipated Dividend Rate

Staged By
\\ORTIII\OTOV to attend college. This .

T of Nolln.CUBB executive Economic director DECEMBER METHODIST; 3 BAZAAR I Dorothy year's recipients Mixon and were Tommy: Miss Come in and Let Us Try a Savings Account on

Agency, recently graduatedfrom Ladies of the Worthington I I Johnson.J, E. .Tomlinson and Mar- for Size --- We have One that Will Fit You. :

the University of Mis- Methodist Church will! hold vin Brown are cochairmenin
Finance souri Extension Division's their annual Christmas Ba- ;
Make Town : charge of the sale and

Your HeadquartersFor Center Community in Columbia.Action Mo.Training I zaar Saturday in the Dec.church 3, from annex 9:30:on I both located report in that many the of cake the saleIs local Savings and Loan Association :

Co-sponsored by the Officeof a. m to 8'30 p m. Flower business establishments in

Economic Opportunity, arrangements.; needlework. i addition to being available

this Intensive!:: two-week Christmas decorations, and I from members of the club. OF STARKE
designed for seasonal Items will be
workshop was other
For Christmas
ash Community Action Program I on display for sale. A chicken CARD OF THANKS
Ready Li shopping directors for the purpose ofj I supper will\ be served startingat Kindness Is a reassurance; \J 218 North Temple Ave -:- (Phone 901-0500

expanding: their knowledge I 5:30: p. m. Adults, $1 ; antt friendly .
was a warm
into new methods and tech- cl'IJdren, 50 cents.Woman's .
niques for administering a voice that came to greet us
community action program ChristianTemperance In our hour of disaster;. it

In the interest of rural com- I was a helping hand that surrounded Support Your Tornadoes .

Town Finance munity development. ,I Union each of us. We IN: THEIR BID FOR CLASS A t STATE CHAMPS .

BETTER A LOOSE thank Goi: foi creating peo-
I WANTS Clean Cotton Rug. WHEEL THAN A TIGHT ple like you -Mr. and Mrs

Call 964-9091 Today! I I No Kakhl ShIrts Or Pant. Ralph Williams and family.
226 N. Temple II jMiwt: Bo Clean Cotton lt"K*.| DRIVER. [The .


1 ,l,

j mUDvmt CDTTNTT TItLRnnAPff'TARKZ FLORIDA THtlttSDAY. DEC. 1.:.....1984.
,?AGE< remit _._- .

I Francis who I developed rapidly In the! last> In Case Of Tie?
it St. What
\ TO HE DIFFERENT top of cooled pie covering! Christmas Customs OriginatedIn and was several years.Varieties '., I Happens
top completely Brown lightly I led the villagers! in joyous ,

I : under broiler Sprinkle with dancing::: around the Nativity now being !successfully I Continue! :: From Page One] has caused the 'bull, after the 8
grated" orange rind Ancient Festivals 01 Rome Scene.One. | Brown In Floridaare 'downs have been completed to
New Pies For The Holiday SeasonAs :Mliu-emcnt Pecan Pie I of our most recent I Floranerand: and Okla-. ascertaining; on which side of be advanced Into Its opponent's

1 unbAked 9-inch pastry I Thin y"ar when you're, an:: Iota 1'1,111.1, u> honor 81tI,|I customs, the exchanging of wnha. both trailing types, | the 5O yard line the ''ball Is | territory. Each team will be
shell. trimming the' tree" filling urn their "')(1! ol a-u-lculture, I Christmas cards! began In I and Brazos: a semi-upright spotted after each team has permitted one ttm -out dur-
tradili.M n 1 1-: nki-v. fen cannon salt (Finger and clove in the 1840's. type, Dr, Wayne Sherman, complete its four down" Thu
1 19-ouncH I package dry Christmas stockings or hanging While the birth of Christiwas England ing' the night plays. One point'will
t.hthollda. loi in\ mlxiiiK bowl. Add eggs; horticulturist, thl1tIu'owel'
.11 p first University winner will be the
mUtletoe nlve thought ) on various Christmas cards were be awarded to the score
condensed! l : a
Blend In
desert WhMi ou pre beat sllghtl./ evap- United pointed out to blackberrygrowers
I 'i margarine to your favorite Christmas dates as early! as the third introduced In the of the winningteam.,
'.' and cup j
milk pumpkin I
mtneThis orated ; the Third
fer' attending
Pump: :or return and market-
Louis Prang a In' other word, Red
States by
Pour into unbakl 23 cup tight I or dark cornsyrup custom: chances are It goes century, the observance |
: yea.. suave" pumpkin, corn syrup. Annual Deciduous Fruit Florida black-
farther back in history than wasn't officially sanctioned German Immigrant who settled Ing costs for would get four downs from
or mince-or both-but why,l pastry shell pouring in Short Course, at the Univer- last
I realize until later. Accord-1: In Roxbury. Mass. Often berries saying that yearFlorida mid-field to move the 'bail afar ..
4 you a century
not give the traditional pie a last portion after pie has cup sugar sity of Florida
called the "Father of the I blackberries brought toward the goal line as they
cup sherry In fact, Christmas itself Inn to a researcher at !
lack 4
been placed oven
new tradition Turn the,r on historians believe, Shulton Pope Julius American Christmas Card." The University's breed- I anywhere from $4.50 to $B a could. The Bloodhound would,
Pudding Bake in 425 degrees F. hot I I 2 eggs! well beaten many may company.
pumpkin Into Pumpkin ing I Ls aiming for a ,
his first "Sea- tint One individual grower then have the same advantageof
I.11. cup coarsely chopped have had Its origins In ancient I authorized an iiivesti!- I Prang printed I
Pie or add nuts or anew oven 15 minutes then set Greek! and Roman festivities gallon to determine Christ's, sons Greetings"! in 1873. thornless type: of blackberry made SOe a pint for his four downs. Thus the Eight
and richer! crust. I oven temperature control at Break block) of mincemeat !. to observe the midwinter probable birth date which No matter what your favorite I Dr. Sherman said. Other ,i blackberries by; selling! direc- Play Penetration System. The:
350 F. moderate)
Instead of the usual :degrees( I
MHiRht-after cha1'l1ctel'Isticsinclude Medlin
Christmas custom j tly to the customer. team gaining the most yardi-
a' into small i le'es.telt: margarine change of seasons. led to the .selection! of December -I
mincemeat pie make oven and continue baking large! size, small seed, not the would awarded
Is be one
date In from holly to jolly Old said that picking age
in Remove The use ol greenery at 25th. On that
Mincemeat Pecan Pie or a until knife inserted In centerof saucepan. firm fruit, biff yield, and I', In of touchdown
Nickyou 11 probably agree only cost to the grower I point. cooo a
also of of the
filling! out clean,I from heat. Add corn syrup, Christmas grew out 353 A. D., the feast I
Mincemeat Fruit Cake Pie. comes
hlxh fruit quality.Blackberries 1 team and toy the
and one none
sugar sherry and mincemeatto ancient Greek and Roman Nativity was first observed in that the Yuletide Is full of 1 Packaging, co-op I
about 1 )IIL.Cheese
It you dare to be different, : 'other
require more considered. the margin of victory'
saucepan. Cook stirring customs. Holly, for example, Rome I sUI'prlsesI'nd not only In I fees must also be !!
skip pumpkin and mince and Pumpkin 1'ieAdd the gifts you'll find under the 1 labor to grow; than any other I area would be tne 'ID and or the
constantly. until mixture was a favorite decoration of You may kiss unJer the j Florida is the I

by make some a pecan to be the pie,best considered!pie of cheese I.to< cup fie grated when Cheddar I comes to b.>lI. Gradually stir the Romans, who made mistletoe but the ancient I'j tree on Christmas ntorndug'I'] shott fruit ,crop fruit Dr.crops C. H researcherpointed Hender- j that has promoted blackberries -i, PAT depending upon whetheror

all seasons Whether you prepal'Inft Into beaten eggs. Mix In nuts I lavish use of green boughs Druids, who called the plant 1 as a fresh. luxury-type not is was made,
out. To facilitate
pastry shell. Fill and Pour into pastry shell. Bake "all heal," believed it had Peach Industry
sere In its simplest form or bake as duet ted for Pumpkin 1 I I I harvesting and to reduce the I product, Dr. Krezaorn said
in 375 degrees F, I Irmxleiatel) )I the power to miraculouslycure
It for sake it :
vary variety
Pie. Decorate! with mixture of Republican !'Seen In Future incidence of disease. and inst"cl.q -
oven until top !springs back' disease and counteract I
at its best cut into small
I I .
equal Dr. Ilendershott said
parts softened cream I
when lightly pressed withflnRtr Coordinating poisons. |,Of Florida
wedges and topped with a cheese that pruning Is He
finely shredded:
!: necessary.
dab of whipped about 50 minutes. It was In heavily-foiested STARKE NURSING
cream Cheddar cheese, pressed Group MeetsAt recommended removing all
Pumpkin Pie Cool before servingMincemeat / l northern Europe that deco- Peach growing may represent -\ :
through pa=try tube. canes as soon after harvest
1 unbaked 9-inch pastry :MarsliiiiAllowOrungePumpkin Fruit Cake I a meeting held here rating Christmas trees began a very important indus- as possible.Controlling. 808 S. COLLET ROAD
St. Boniface, an eighthcentury try In Florid. 's future,
'shell with high flutted Pie \
edge. the
Pie Wednesday Nov. 23. aunt-I) needs In blackberries -
13 1 unbaked 9-lnch I monk: who convertedthe versity of Florida Starke, Fla.
cup firmly packed Use pastry County Republican Coordi- Is Phone 969-4271
orange lulce as liquid living in what is a year around job,
pagans said this week.
sugar while preparing pastry shell shell nating Committe set forth its R. M. Davis horticulturist!
1 teaspoon cinnamon'i Fill and bake: as directed for 1 cup flour objectives In aiding the establishment now them to Germany, convinced Ralph Sharpe. Univer- bald, If weeds! are controlled 1. We have. complete nursing service for adults of
teaspoon salt Pumpkin Pie; Beat 2 egg 1 tt'aspoocinnamon: of a two-party stop worshlpphlFCOdin's sity horticulturist and a with chemicals, there is no all .
sacred oak and Instead age
l'8 peach breeder of long stand-
teaspoon clove 'j teaspoon salt
of government within need to
whites! an1; 14 teaspoon salt !system cultivate. Great care
to adorn::! fir trees In !
4 teaspoon clove ing recommenced: Early Amber -
ginger until!! soft the three-county area of Union should be tal
peaks form when n In using
3 eggs beater Is raised. Graduallybeat '14 teaspoon allspice Bradford, and Clay their homes In tribute to the EarlUold, June Gold. chemicals, lie cautioned.. 2. We have KJSVs and UP.N's on duty 21 hours

1% cups undiluted evaporated In 1'3 cup margarine: Counties Christ Child. Maygold and Suwannee varieties a day.
14 cup sugar then 34 Quentin J-Tedlin, CitrusCounty
A of
fourth-century bishop
milk. 1'3 dark for commercial growingin
cup corn syrup
The committee Is composed -
cup corn beat agent\
a 1H! cups canned pumpkin until ,stiff! and /glossy.: Fold, in 'I'. cup candied! fruit of Harold Hill Sam Webster Turkey.the real-life Saint Nicholas, was of north and central: Florida S. We have our own X-ray and l I."oratory. (Mr.
predecessor ideal
: % cup dark corn syrup 2 I'-a cups ready to use Ralph Thomas. E. F. An commercial peach] .
teaspoons grated orange Santa Claus According to should Jamfet Moncrief 1K our full time licensed technician
Combine produce firm fruit
brown sugar, cln- rind, Spread and swirl over I mincemeat. Clausen, and ArthurNeal, of STARKEBUSINESS
'(4. cup; chopped walnuts Clay I County: Kenneth legend he dropped a bag of two inches or over In dia- ).

.; r- ..1 I 3 eggs separated.Mix ; Hagar: N, L Woodburn Dr. gold coins down a chimney)!I meter, with yellow flesh,

.. flour, cinnamon, salt, T. G. Rltch. and Carl Sew- into a stocking which a poorflrl capable of '* week's market- 4. We are licensed for 50 |beds! by the State Boardof
Christmas clove and allspice! together In ell, of Bradford County; and ( had; hung' by the fireplace 1 Ing life, he pointed out. It Health License. No. 2.
to drv: hence our custom should also be freestone and.
mixing bowl Cut in margarine Marvin Prltchard of Union DIRECTORYAUTO
of hanging Christmas'stockings '' for Florida, needs local adaptation -
until crumbs form. I
coarse County.In
::4 anj early enough 5. We have a modem, fireproof builittug with central -
Combine and I of
corn syrup its statement objectives -
4 OPEN A French legend tells how ripening to market before alr-comlltioner and heat.
candled fruit, then stir Into the committee challenged -i REPAIRS
the Christmas rose came Into other areas, the horticulturist -
crumb mixture with mincemeat the constitutional of
being./! A little girl, accompanying -I
yes and: nuts. Beat egg1' present Florida Statutes requiring addd." 6. We are vtithln two block of the Bradford County -
I I the shepherds on Herbicides! can offer excel- Earl's GarageALL
whites until soft peaks form candidates for public Honpitul.
I HOUSE when beater I is:, raised then'' office to have been a mem- their way to see the Christ lent control on weeds in KINDS OF
Child was sad because(: she peaches R. M. :
L Davis horticulturist.
beat egg yolks until thick ber of a particular political AUTO REPAIR WORKAll
I had no gift to offer. The an- Florida Agricultural i] 1.Ve have a fine stuff of Doctors! nerving ",e1I0me.
and lemon colored. Fold egg party for two years or more, Work Guaranteed
gel Gabriel 1 appeared and Extension Service, told the i .
yolks, then beaten egg whites, more Phone 969-2964!
Sunday December 4 taking pity on the child
-- peach "Don't
growers. treat
Into flour-fruit mixture. Pour i The committee will also assist So. Walnut !Starke
; 4 q{ Into unbaked: pastry shell. ) In the establishment and caused a beautiful white rose peach trees under a year of 8. WT are V.A. aplroved.

2A1A'1i. r 1:00:()() TILL 6 ::0()()) P.M.: Bake In 350 degrees F. [mod-I operation of YoungRepobll- to OVerjoyed spring from the the little ground.girl age chemicals Use as as low possible rate," he of .AUTO SERVICE
; *
eratel! oven until center ts1 can Clubs In the are and
Serve'' pluckedi the bloom, which she' advised. Gilbert S. Brown 9."oe are approved by the State Welfare Agency
firm, about 1 hour. will aid those already estab-
: 1 t took as a alit to the Infant : "When first herb
you use
Pre-ChrMmus Showing of warm. lished. Standard Oil :service!' Station
Fabulous Pecan Pie Other objectives are to encourage Jesus. j icides, you'll set good and ATLAS 10. We will l he certified under Medicare.
IMAGINATIVE:- mFTNlJ 1 unbaked 9-inch pastry citizens to registeror The rote, together with the bad results. However hel blc-,, TIRES & BATTERIES
and desert flower ) Ides offer a cost-saving
poinsettia /
: ;' DECORATING IDEAItEiIS1'ER shell re-renister! as continues to play an importIant :growing peaches Davin I Budget Terms-Road Service 11.
.. 3 eggs RepUbl1-1 Phone 984-7071 -
cans: to seek ont I .
role In said
1 cup dart\ corn syrup I candidates for the holiday seas- 407() N. Temple Stark"HURST'S
1 : suiiar ? son. In many countries of! Discussing peach root sys- tu proUile a family atmo>tph..re.
cup; : and to remove those who 1'
I w d ( FOR 2 tablespoons: margailne, have demonstrated their I Europe, people still believe''' tems and their relationshipto

mltel: only Interest in public office that all the trees break Into cultural practices Dr Cal- SiiE1.I 13. :Mr. .1. Monrrlef: U. In charge of complete lair,
I, FREE, Door Prize 1 teaspoon vanilla Is self-Interest.! I blossom for "few moments I vin Lyons citrlculturlst. Florida oratory and x-ray fafililie*. laboratory No. 534.:
18 teapsoon salt II at midnight on Christmas Agricultural Extension Service Station
1 Eve. The most popular I Service, said that peaches I' Gm Oil Lubrication
cup pecans We Comply With Title 6, Civil Ki hts Law
Beat eggs slightly.! Mix In continue baking 30 to 35 flowel'inplant/ for Christmas !'I have shallow root systems due Goodyear Tires & Batteries
COLONIALFLORIST corn syrup, sugar, margarine, minutes I Fillings should be according to the 1"101'-" to the low fertility of the ROAD !SERVICE:
,, vanilla and salt, then nuts. slightly less set In center 'lists' Telegraph Delivery As-i i sub-soil. Therefore, shallow I 301 and 100 Starke CALL, WRITE OR COME BY
Pour into unbaked shell. than around edse.lM.irsrarme I I' socfitlon.: Is the poinsettla i! cultivation Is very Important.In AND VISIT WITII US.
Bake In 400 degrees F. !Ihotl''I I \ Pastry brought to the U S. more' choosing a site to plant DRAG LINE WORK
I oven 15 minutes Set oven, [For 9-Inch pastry shell] than 125 years! ago fl'Oml I peaches, Dr Lyons stressed. : I Lawton B. Thomas 0\\ er.AdminilJtratorIrs. ,

temperature control at 350()I I 113 sifted flour Mexico bv DI, Joel Polnsett.l! that fairly well drained soil UNDERWATERWEED :\ Gertrude; Kauffman-A&at. Administrator:
I degrees F I moderate) and I I 13 teaspoor salt One of the most revered should be the choice If possible CUTTINGALL

II I '", cup margarine: Christmas customs: is the re- "Well-drained clay soil TYPES Let UsCare for Your Loved Ones'
2 tablespoons cold water I enactment ;of Christ's birth I Is even better," he added, Drag Line WorkJ.
': "If plant trees, C.OARDNER;
Ttl7 Combine flour and salt In with a creche or Nativity you young Phone 964-0074 1 t
.. fc< > mixing bowl. Blend:\. In margarine I I scene. This custom was popularized -' keep them watered, fertlllz-
: In the 13th century don't cultivate them too
4 with pastry blender or
.., ,jike.goiijg 2 knives! until mixture Is very by St. Francis of Asslsl. At, ed, and to -
.. "first t'class9? you'll like this > well blended and fine crumbs I a time when few books were deep," he salt
form. I Do not be afraid of available! and most people I! IT'S ILLEGAL

SMITH-CORONA Traveler. ,, i 1C over-mixing 1 Sprinkle water I couldn't lead anyway, St. | BlackberriesOffer
; w
k ,c over mixture while tossing to I Francis dramatized the Na- Growers
rdra :
g tivlty In 1224. to help the I
f@r .de ,, blond well. Press dough firmly -
,, Into ball with hands. I fIf people of Grecclo, Italy, understand Big Return

mixture seems crumbly, work I ? the meaning of I For Person Persons to Engage in
> .h jtJi ? I with hands until It will hold Christmas. Villagers! took the!I' Blackberries a relativelynew Any or
tosethorl Flatten dough parts of Mary Joseph! and 'I commercial crop In Flor-
.I I slightly and roll out to 12- shepherds. Live animals were ida have possibilities for
Name Unless
1 I Business Under A Fictitious
'.' Inch circle on! lightly floured used, and a life-sized wax I very large returns: on small
board or cloih. Fit loosely Into figure of the Christ Child I acreage.

9-lnch pie pan. Trim 'S was placed in! the manger. II Dr. A H. Krezdorn. chairman -
Inch beyond rim of pan; If Christmas carols can also; of the University of Die I Name Is Registered

necessary! Flute ed and bake as required for particular Originally a "carol" signified'i. ment said that blackberry
filling a dance rather than a song I plantings In the state havei1

Read This Florida Law"It
--- --- --- -
Ii! : =-- .- shall be unlawful for any person or persona as dented .h.r.t*. M

\ -- engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious( name as herein 4-

fin"'d. without and unless !said fictitious name shall ba registered.. with the

"- Jerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal. place ot .btuhuMis. .

wirk registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an afndarit -

..' rijnud by all interested persons; dating under oath the names etUI

; th .. interested in the butrineM' enterprise the extent ., the Interest

i1 of each and the fictitious name under which said basin ess .to carried

V IT'S en. Said registration may not be made until the person or persona( desiringto

fictitious shall hare advertised hl. or
engage in business under a name

C L A. 5 SIC12 I 1 their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

((4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law In the county

i V. by SMITH-CORONA* ., I % -S 1{ where said registration is to be made and paid registration hall not .b.

TMs troadshouldered portable outperforms everything In RS r ({GooASosn.kaspitng-\ accepted by the clerk of the circuit court eicept upon receiving proof ./

das.It's handsome, versatile, easygoing and built for SH ZS l 'JfrmEonly such publication.
r'; extra duty at home and off ice. % / V'"LS J

,.' '"

.' ryrv ir ;. 33 36"tae W.d Ft. n If you are engaged business under any name

T CHANGEABLE TYPE'. 40 optional special accents ': alto In 28 and 48'widths, ,

,. } I and characters that simply snap on; gives you a custom other than own and have not had this name

keyboard in an instant. Five inexpensive sets **f < TIME'-to Make Your Home your ,

JEWELED MAIN BEARING for long-lasting; fad t- ,

.. ; 2 tory-new precision and performance tww Winter-Tight, Draft-Free properly advertised and registered, we will be

.. 1' KING SIZE CARRIAGE. two inches longer than most, for extra big Use Crystal C1ear\,Shatterproof Flex G GIass _':_-_

.. t typing jobs,like reports, charts and ledger sheets. ppti..ra*.&* t : to Cover you/- Door...and, Window -1 Porches glad to give you all necessary Information as to
and Br
t; HANDSOME VINYL, CLAD STEEL CASE at no added cost.. e'-.eways'/
'. FLEX-O-GLASS. what should dosBRADFORD
__- FLEX-O-GtASS: ) ;is the only bsftQ' VER.SCREENS

Only $121.59Pius 1)2 window material that carries a ,0 .

Tax I 2 YEAR GUARANTEE. Look for the .
name FLEX-0-GLASS on the edge.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Get Genuine_F/.EX_/ .O-GLASS At Your Local Hdwr. or Lmbr. 0.<1''.' I COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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i hllFf>> Slang> BRADFORD rorNTr-T1UmnAI'n.!: (BTARnc.! !! rtonn ____ ".ULI'IVM;

5,000 Expected To See BHS

PO 2TSFnsyth JI I

t I Y hS i Battle Against Auburndale

''Cont.iiii"J: From PIXP: One) QB Wayne McLeod 170 Sr
HB David Shan. 195: Sr.

?? 2nd.l Mitchell Crawford I Florida Star Tickets On Sale I o t Roger Chilson 175 Sr. i HB Paul McLeod 165 Sr. I
r .InBarrel*. J
: C Eddie Stanch 160 Sr FB Randy Joyner 165 Sr
rI Race 112 or under I : At BHS ForAuburndale I
To Get
Jews Ray Raines, 1st- Sandy I Loop
as x Game will be on (i.h! for $2.SO, it CIVIL AIR PATROL I
Moixan. :2nd-! Jimmie Brown,
New MembersStarke was Announced.: I COETS'I .T PALATKAThe
I 3rd.Barrel Tickets for the Starke-
Race 113191Tom: Auburndale came are on sale Ralph Bryan membership Civil ,Vr Patrol Cadets
f1I ll d Smith. 1st Ernest Trlcst, chairman urijcd: those
rt my : undisputed
emerged at the Bradford High School of Starke were Invited to Pa-
who haven't bought a quar-
2nd: Ralph Morgan, 3rd. Champion of tho Florida Star office. Mrs. Lois Bennett Is In to do soduring lataka's Kay Larkin Field]
terback membership
Ban e1! Race 120 or over! : Ccnference us Live Oak bow- charge of rules The !name last Sunday afternoon to

M sr 2. J E Johns 1st: Bill Forsyth ed 18-0 Laka City last week will be played at BHS stad- the next also few hear Capt. Swoop speak on

2nd.: :Merrill Oriffls. 3rd. leaving the Columbia High ium Friday night. Dec. 2. All The es tickets membership to the dayS'\\ aerospace. He told how he

League Tigers in rinner-up position. tickets purchased at the gate Banquet. became! an ace pilot !in World
Champions Sports
'* *. *. The other Star Conferenceteam I at game time will be $2.00 War II, and how It happens

seeing; action Thanks- each adult and children RUMMIGB:: SALKThe : I today. The future cadets
Above: City league Fluff Football 10(1(1/ ( Chumps: ht row TORNADOWell giving night was St. Augustine alike. viewed an actual World' War

>)>w lKht Klder: Carlton 3h: ,-dig, Doug Conner IKmuleI'lilrnt). which suffered its ninth However tickets may be Starke Woman's Club I film on finhtei: planes] in ac

2nd row-Jamenllllums, Harold Bishop, Phil Elder. Tommy loss of the season in a 26-0 purchased at the BHS office will sponsor a rummage sale I tion.

liomu 3rd row-Uobrrt M-Non. C'lmrlrs Tormle. Mete Tll- T defeat at the hands of Blsh- from Mrs. Btnnett until 4 p. on Dec. 2 ani 3 In the west I

Jey. Bradford Uurt'r!: !Shop: compiled u record of 6 nlniigainst .. e ? f 4' .:p Kenny. m at the following rate: end of the City Fish Market
A Orange Park will become a Oenf'raldmIN..lon building on the corner of
no IUHM-H. to lake the IHflfl!) title ,. I TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
member of the Florida] Star Adult 2.00 Brownlee and Walnut street. In and
write. Come
Top right: I.anlcy Recreation League Chumps: 1st roiv- L Conference starting with the Children 1.00 way elect! you; favorite ESTER-
sonny Thomas, )..-.lie C're%%. linnny Dn\H. Carl pen.
ny "...e. 2ml ro\\-Kiirl WIlkrrson.Va>iie Tesoii, ISiiMmItennett f eligible for the football Indications are that the. Adjustable Vinyl Book GRAPH.

Larry Brown Churk Norton. 3rd ro -Kddy: Dyul.Itunily .4' nln I championship for the first game will beel1 attendedas I Covers.! All sizes 30 cents ea.

CimMnn., Joey Bennett, Jerry li'Hlon. .1. B. iladlriix, time next fall. Is shown by the sale] of,I at The Telegraph.

Wayne Lnml>as.1th row-'ouC'h Kd :Mil gee. Not plcturrd- : Q \.. I I Another newcomer is attempting advance reserved seats. Thereis I
B9 Jlrat to find a place on that some Re-
Rai Cru\\fnrd, Jerryiiltern, Tat :Sapp. Luutry won (b ; t'r1IlIJet a possibility
; I II the schedule of all Florida serve seats "liny be returned
none, to win the championship.At ; Serving Florida
glU11"" losing; ; Star teams by the fall of; from Auburndale by Thursday -

right: Small Pry Flag Football 1966 LJIIKIIP Chump: 4t .1, I I the big game will be \ 1967 so they can become a : afternoon and persons Sine 1950

'1st row-I'hllll' Johns, IhitUI B'lldrec, Kiiyniond' Whittle, Andrew r played in Starke this Friday member of the!' growing con- who are Interested In obtain- I 7- S

,? Dixon, Perry lirynnt. 2nd row-Kritlie I Ithilixk. Jimmy I I night, Tornado fans are to ference. This is Bolles of ing one of these should call g..

GlxMy. Rudolph Lennon, Hale>> 11.HIM, Jimmy l>a\I|.. Won 8, I be treated to one of the outstanding I Jacksonville which was a Mrs. Bennett and leave their .. ..
lost 1. In their first year of competition, the Cowboys hail the I events in Florida I contender in the Region I, name.

honor of lu-c-omtnjj.. Hiflrttt (!tiumplono of the Small Fry high school football State Class A battle] this year, Mrs. Carolyn Cordially
ties. We are glad actiVI-1 but failed to make the grade.!
Football Lratpie by winning eight JCUHH-H and losing one. selection committee If all schedules; can be I Grid BanquetSet Eaves

the here of switched to accommodateBolles Representative WelcomesPh.
game Instead
Club p. m. A trophy and five plac? Ellis OrlffU 1st. Kelly" 1"01'-1 Randy Joyner 2nd. Jimmie somewhere else.) this will put seven For Dec. 75 Ph. 961-1211 f

Roping ribbons will be glen in each syth, 2nd Earnest TrU'st. I Brown Texas 3rd.Barrel Weave [13- Much of the credit shouldgo teams In the conference next 122 N. Hay St. Family and to Your '
class. to C. M. Clark. year. The annual Football Banquet -
3rd.Balloon -
Plans Show Ran120 I or over! ;: 191) : Emi'st: Trlest. 1st Tommy Starke New Horn
, Three hln point trophies; Orlffls. Principal; at BHS. and to Lake City has accepted aninvitation has been set for Dec-
2n Ellis
will be given. for the Intermediate Bill Forsvth. 1st: :Mitchell I Smith Head Coach David Hurse. to play in the ember 15. according! to Drew I

On Dec.17 :: Junior, and Senlorhavlng Crawford, zed:.! :: E.ward;; Ad- 3rd. Jointly they pledged an all- Christmas Bowl at Ocala on Reddish president of the

i most points of the klm. 3rd. Texas Barrel! Weave t 120 or out effort in contacting Friday Dec. 2, against Winter Bradford Quarterback Club. The State of FloridaIt
R.\ce I 120 years or oval I : Merrill Onffla, 1st; J.
I day. Flag Garden This puts two The banquet is an annual
The Bradfo Roping Club Floyd I Lay: executive directorof and
will hold a horse show on Entry fee !Is $1 per class. overt : Van Prescott 1st; E. Johns; :2nd' :!, Bill Forsyth. the Florida High School Florida Star teams in postseason affair whiclx recognizes the Is Our Weslr!' To Make You Feel l Welcome)

Saturday, Dec. 17 starting at Results of last Sunday's :Mark Adklnj. 2nd; Bill For- 3rd. Activities Association and games, with Starke: In football teem and awards To Acquaint You With Your City.

10 a m.Events. I events are as follows: syth 3rd. Musical 'j'n1ra; 112 or un- assuring him that we would the big one against\ Au.urn- lettermen their football J Jac

will be: Lead Line Flag Race 120 years or Flag lace P2 r>r under! : derl) : Rodney Ortffis 1st; K. make every effort to provide dale Friday: night ket. A speaker for the event If are new In the area a phone'

vail Class, Western" Pleasure over) : Van Prescott 1st; Keith Jones, 1st; Nate Shan- Forsyth. 2nd; Mark Joyner. suitable facilities This has Final] standings; I conference has not been named as yet you

Open Reining. Flag i :Mark Adklns. 2nd: Bill For- '('n, 2nd; Rodney Oriffls 3rd. been done mostly by the gamesl.: Starke 3-U-l ; f but several are being con- I: can will brine you a prompt visit'

&Mace, Western! Horseman>> I syth, 3rd.Balloon. 3rd. Musical Chairs r 113-191 I : coaching staff and bleachers Lake City. 3-1-0; Live Oak tacted. I
ship Barrel Racing and i Race: f T12 or under Flag Race 113-191 : Ernest'' Ernest Triest. 1st; Ronnie have been borrowed from 211. Palatka. 1-3-0.: St. Club members will not I from your local hostess. Please dye

Keyhole Race. I Johnnie: Lee. 1st Jim- Trlest. 1st Joan Rodgers, Newman 2n.1: ,; Tommy within the county and surrounding Augustine! 0'r0.All have to pay for the banquetas and
I I' her call! She has maps many
There will be Jackpot Calf mle Brown: 2nd- Jessie Rain 2nd. Leaton Morgan, 3rd. Smith 3rd.MUSlral areas, so that between games: 'tarke, 9-0-1 ; the price was Included In I a ,

Roping Ribbon Ropings. and I es 3rd. Texas Barre: Weave112 Chairs C20 or 3,000 and 6,000 spectators Lake City. 9-1-0: Live Oak their purchase of a 1966 free and wonderful gifts for yoa'

Team Roping starting at 8 Balloon lace r13 to 19)) or under I c -it Raines. 1st I' over/I' J E Johns. 1st: Bill should find seating. 7-2-1; Palatka, 4-6-0; St. membership. Tickets for |
The game itself should be Augustine 0-9-1. those who ore not members from local businesses. fn.

a thriller. All the ingredientsare

present for a whiz-bang
I ballgame. The Bloodhoundssnort -- --- --, -- .

(Cacyg! ] OFFICE EQUIPMENT SALE I I plus being an rated undefeated; number" record 8 in I -- c- I

Miami:the State Herald according] Starke to the Is 'I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

rated number 13 according to

the poll. These two Class "A"

teams are the only ones In
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H" "
their class win thin the top I Air Conditioning-Heating CHAIN SAWS LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
Side Chair .
"ECONOMY" 20 according to the rating.
Used In church auditorial-. The Bloodhound? have a Hancock Office)
cafeterias and libraries. quick and aggressive team RUSS PIKER A. & J. Saw Cherry'sGainesvllle's
P Heavy gauge steel, made to EQUIPMENTSm1LhCoronaAuthoriaed
f that likes to run the ball.
:_ last a lifetime. Foam rubber Authorized Alrtemp & Mower Co. Most Fashionable
t They try to their
seat and back Seat lize Si Air Conditioning
Heating :
: 16V wide, 15'i"' deep opponents; and from the Joe Anderson Mgr./ Address For Ladles Dealer

; \ No.2660 $25.74: scores they have run up SHEET METAL Homelite Chain Saw
4l Carton f2...,,,..,,..$23.3J .. throughout: the season it SES-SUITS-COAT8 CUry-Victor-ToUUa
1 Y would seem they have been lUeldrntal Commercial SALES & SERVICERepalre : Adding Machine, Oloiihttoft.

69o 1" r.," OTHO15TIRY COLORS... very successful] at doing Just' Industrial & Parts All Makes MATERNITY: WEARACCESSORIES
Available In Green, Brown GRAVELY TRACTOR dALES -SERVICE- ROfTAia:
and iinuh."ECONOMY" that.On 8aleJoataU..Uon-8erviH: I'
I Gray
Tory flame the other hand the I SALES it SERVICE SAVE TIME Discuss your

Tornadoes: are an explosive 2702 N.E. 19th Dr. requirement with M fiiwt.
SICRETARIAL" 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville
7 W University. Gaineavlll
ball club themselves. Theyare
Typewriter pedestal' with favafor platform en' 1 Utter, 1 box drawer. s capable or biasing for as Gainesville 372-0714 Phone 372-3588: 423 N Main St. Oaln..Y1l1.
right (at Him.) or l left. Sp dfy preference. Center No. 431$196.90 Just Off Waldo Road Phone 378-5551
much as 27 points in 12 min
drawer with lock and key. Linoleum covered top MOBILE HUMES:
"'O'X 30'!..'.''. Mlit Green, Desert Sand, Sahara "Vint box drawinNa.J2 utes of football This they CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Brown or Gray. : __ 196.90 did against none other than AUTO ALE & ERVICE PAINT & CLASS
Arm Chair Palatka, Santa Fe and New INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
TO'.Alia, available with. Coletax Top that alcohol
for tomf Givesyour
Designed Smyina. Big Red has at e CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
cannot Main nor can cigarettes bu/n." ...._._ m_.>dd"CT": to number fIS.OO addl. office that lookaw JEEP Liddell Paint &
times the been FROM
during season Family of 4 Wheel DriveS THE BEST
and stands after
of op years y /Id unable to determine their >> Mobile Homes Inc. Glass Co.
wear. Ruggedly con Edward's Building ,
STEEL SLIDING DOOR CABINET F < structed. Heavy gauge own strength.: RAMBLERAmerica's

No'iwfng'nfl' door to block aUIei. Large and t steel. Foam rubber seat \4 4l I The stiff Tornado defense I Supply, Inc. Gainesville's Discount !Mobile KYANIZE PAINTSGheedilevonSUding
r.omy. Heavy gauge steel. Five adjustable com- : and back.Seat;" 16V? wide, has worked very hard according Finest Economy Car Home Sale Lot.

partmenti.76" high,.36"wide, 19'%!< deep. r3 upholstery.15bi"deep."Naugahyde"No.7636$99.711 Won't scuff or to defensive Coach SALES AND SERVICE 726 8. Main-3724844OAINBSVILLB Volume purchases for our en- no.

h" crack."..No.2661 $3 .95 Tony Griffith, in preparing" FLAELECTRIC tire chain guarantees savings Tub Enclosure-Shower' D-.
Same a aleve. "but with lock; and key for the offensive prowess of Ridgway Motor Co. **"" of many hundreds of dollars ..WindowAwningCarpstW.IlpaperSt.rofronl -

No.76361$105.00 A 0 1 the Blooh:>>uud., and realize I MOTORS on the quality home of your

i- their scoring potential. 1132 S. Main choice. Consultation.
"'* v Local fans will rememberthe
DICORATOI 0 k s Tri...1MERCHAN'S"... Lake City game and the Gainesville .'12-8133 ELECTRIC 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North 118 N.W. Sixteenth 81.

-I 1 i COLORS... ;10. At Contains two full suieenslon way the Big Red defense bottled Motor Repair Co.Of Gainesville. 378.1318MotorcyclesSteNtera GAINESVILLE 37J-'m
Milt Or.*n. f letter files; a double .
i fu up the Tiger and allowed B & G Motora CooCADILLACOLDSIOBILE IaaRepairingRewinding
GnlOMvllla ,
Olive Gr.*n, drawer for 3 x 5 or 4x5
D.t.rf Sand m' 3 cards '3200 capacity).Twe them only 17 yards rushing -
I I i .... the critical second
f Jr Col* Gray; adjudablestorage copartrnents during! : TILES & PAINT
i----,.; y under lock and half. New and Used!
key, steel safety vault SALES & SERVICEFine '
a According to Coach nurse,
i"'T doubly protected by Dial I WORK GUARANTEED: Streit'a Bicycle Shop
SECTIONS w t trams about
BOOKCASE the two are
, 1 1 I Lock plus an outer doer Selection of Used Cars 1030 8. Main Calneevllla FLINTKOTE TILE
Designed for many uses. Keep supplies, catalogs \ y under lock and key. 30i"!! evenly matched with Au- Taken On Cadillac Trades Phone 372-8318 MOTORCYCLES
i and printed' matter neat and orderly 30'V'! w, f, ...:.f wide, 32" high, 17" deep. burndale having a considerable :! HONDA Vinyl-Vinyl AbwbM
3754\ d. Four adjustable comportments. Ne. 1370 $63.50Ae.bev. weight advantage. He 20U1 N.W. 13th. Rt. 411 Cunhman & V* Scooter*
(Shelf use' 304"'! x 16/)- "...",..No' < 349S $3'1.50 feels that the quickness of PHONE J76-7315: I FARM EQUIPMENT} : pa Floor FinishingrrodioU
but 28"k,2 comporri *_Na 208 $34.10 With plunger lock that leeks aB 4rawenu.Na. 1370PL $71.0O the teams are their! biggest Ducatl -B.SA-ZunJupp
assets and that the game will CRANELINCOLNMERCURY Santa Fe Tractor, Motorcycles-Sales St.: Service
83 to the team. "That wantsit GYM FINISH
: bad enough to give 48 min- !; ; Inc. SCHWINN BICYCLES

Cole STEEL SHELVING UNITS utes of all out football." He Authorized Salea A Service I.
Locksmith & Safe Work Tile & Paint
f Tenney
Shelves are adjustable on 2" centers, can reel that Starke's slight edgeon 106 E. University Gainesville FORD
m...... I Ii the line might make the Phone 312.U61Crane'
be raised or lowered, or more shelves : Farm Tractors 4 Implements 818 W. University! Av.. 3222 N.W. 8th til
i added. Easily assembled. Olive Green or I difference Ford Industrial: Machinery
: Gray The "four-way reinforcement" gives i I Since the Chamnlon' > Imports Gainesville 378-7761 Gainesville 378-1302

them !greater strength., The open shelving I nme will be played In South LANDROVKR 4 Wheel l Drive I

units include four steal guuef plates for Florida, this will be the final, Volvo (Mercedes-Benz) SALES PARTS, SERVICE! I '
extra rigidity. :MOVERS'
I a"p"arnr for 17 varsity oar.neavUlol
SHELVING UNITS -ClOSID plavers.] Nine of these makeup 4488 NW. Sixth TRAVEL
ONt THRR SIX Gainesville
1201 N. Main
(As shown at right) eompartUN the starting offensive 376-2349 Long Distance Moving
I T UNITS UNITS Additional I Phone 372-4373 Phone
1 m ntt .
N.... Width I Hrteht Cep''" lath Unit i- Price' per unit \ ah.an. team. The others will see RC- ,,(. Local

8712 _..3'" 87" 12" su $4a." $46.70 $44.31 $3950. I tlon In defensive. roles. This GARDEN SUPPLIES Drayage House of Travel
I 8713 _. .3687"" 18" five SJ.9O 53.4O J3.OO ".n .... thouaht: will b* upper mostj I Beauty Academy Storage racking, Crating
87249X9 _..36" S7" 24" Five 1 .9.20 68.6S 6',25 0950. In the minds of some of the /' '
_.30''>'' 49" 9V Four :33.00 37JT J3.3O 3.75.Go outstanding Tornadoes of all'' POWELL'S Johnson & Faris, Inc. Shipping I INC.
r 207.30W' 24"40H" 17" T*. :30.8O 3O.5S 30.25 ".95_ I
Illustrated above 4026 _..30" 24H Three 84.45 13.90 53 37 7. 50. t\T\f\ \ j FREE: ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S
I In the last thr e years BU,I Beauty Academy Complete Line at AtRLINES!
THREE No. 7312 units tliowo lift)
led:! hat lot one ballgame/ I IIEEOSPLA.sTt1DaeetlcldPe& STEA'rSHJP'R.
$8025 7312 _...31" 7S" 12" Ftve. $27.00 $M.7S $26.25 $3950. thought and knew we should Learn a Proealosi In Tour ftuppMeFERTILIZERS MOVING R.t!
7513 __.34" 73" 18" Five .O,9S 3O.7O 3O.2OM.7S ",9.5 *. Rental I
7324 _.3'" 71" 24.* five 37.91 a7. S ',9.5 I .hav" won that one. Because' Spare! Time. Full or Part Tim. : Hotel!
of this, and regardless" of the & Storage Inc.
I ).\Y &: EVENING' CLASSES 'We' Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Weekdays 8:30: to 8M8aU
great Auburndale team coming -
1 to Starke this Friday and Low Tuition Terms) 224 NW. 8th Ave. I to 11.S41S .
| 8540 N.E. Waldo Rd.Gainesville .
Bradford County Telegraphs 1J beoiuse we are the Champs. 21. N.W. 10th Ave. PHONE 372-0471 W. Unlvertlti AT*.

Starke will take the Bloodhounds Oalnrevllle 378-27fl o.lnNVIDe. PIa 372-4S71 I Gainesville 3781801'rllu'lt

by 7 points In their .

J roughest bathe' in 3 years. I -" -- : _.---i:_ ..-o--l .- T I


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Each bid nhall > <"
I pOSition f)1', the past two mall .an neon ao poonlbli, puaied by a i d.I, t ., IIV >V II ',.. i I'!ir in' t S rolci\ .I i >iv. !mid 'II I II IiI FOnD COCNTY. FLOR.JI .
Dr. Sarah Muir > In TI.e ('.Irrull Court Of TKlKMh -.. lifter receipt' of bIde I to chock or bid 1 i. 'mi\ i i \\ I I fI l I I'II" ?!'I'I I S I I 'I) t .. I",kilH) '", i o WH iv" .unin >.\.
months. urxutinfj one week Ju..II..n.! l-lrrult tIF. ) Arcliltuot. I fClue fur rut amount of .. '; "I i Ul"i i, III I". >. ''I I ,- > < I IUi ,, "null ,.1 11 I, ) Thomas !>. Canny, Jr.Superlnt .
Closes Office; out of the month to herpractice ........... In .tn4 Pur llrnoCc.roalr. refuna payable to the Ito,"d ".mi "..C I P i>",i 1" I loo.t'-' I 11.1.I l"i"i.\ it'. uF'JlLII'\ l.N. .nUent.
j She I <* I.. ChiMrorjr C'"... Nil B. Sub-l'ontrnrtoTH, Vendors. ,- Public InxtiiK, 'th I 'nUradford tl!" II 01" I :I i II I I 1.1.I Ii > 'Tltl'I '( I I ION: UK, UltAlI 11-34 at 18-8
in :
In Keystone Keystone. II T Thomiul mid hi. wife Gti .: For pin amiMpociflcatlonii County.I )0'1101011, i- :i ,;i OI. !
and her husband. LewisMuir. Susie 'IhiinniH n nil Vrl\ to MUb-ion- as Hvldeniii of tco ii i i 1' --
residing In flunk nt Sturkc. a Imnklnwiorpi traCtors vendors. etc. and gun'anteeinir' thil I i ,, .... -
Dr Sarah Lou Mulr has are now SERVICE MENPvt >rntlon, I'lalntirr. the deposit. will the SIxtY successful bidder will.evectlto NOTICES
\ hri' office at Keystone : aevcrna Park. Mi. Mr Mulr Vnn ... AnnlUr. (HO.00) pIus '3'. .and fin I mail, i iu .,. NO RAFFLE
closed is with the DuPont plant in \ hlH. wlft., .,.lomphV. dales tax If the) plaiwnnd Board of Public In-i' <
Hi-iKiiu/ i effective Wednesday "NP JiiiNt" anil I.udlll' .\ ("iiir .1. i I' Rpei Iflrntlonit, I.p') tlon, of Hiiulrord' \ 'on ", r/
Nov. 29. and will devote Baltimore. wlff I rii.. I ,l.ixi.i nattmlH\ ...n.1.1,.!". II. i ilum within live (J) d.... ..nreualpt the Hurvty Company) Sin
her full time to: ner position.I I lil I. wife, I"..r..ndllnto.1"I'IL'Jo of hide the refund i-ci to d ho lti ii.IIi
.I Director of Special; Health \MI.I.1\M: :M. SAFPFCNER :-.; : (>'t-' HI-IT( will be Thirty ttt Klorldii/ and:: listed:: bv Hi i I ON VACATION ? notices that we cannot
.\I. SERVICES To. 'IJ\li 'llattlHtu .ami .\.ilelliattlxlii I l to r.t30 1)0) ) phi* tiDepoalt > t'nlted !Hi! ..a I ice TniixinPepurtmunt '. In "spite of repeated
Services in Anne Arundel hIM' wife, ,:...hl'n. vhoeka nhall, bipityuitle as a<.icptmi) ? I such material, The Telegraph
... .... .. publish
rot1twith offices In Baltimore ".n. rt Honil ",00""hti nuaio. $ to I inn Al I for jiio;, of i"h', in i .i I
Fune'' al Cervices for Wll- / ,'. 'r New York. chit et. price within ten ( I'H I ili\, I continues to receive requests for advertising -
Md. lam! M I I Bill I Sapp. who >">tu are ).ir.Iy not HI..!! thn, C. Maparate; Shentii: pt>ar- after heliiK, avMini I SI 1 i various objects
Dr Muh has held this 01 a milt has bcon fllfd' ,airninK. ate sheets till.. uiuvxlifcor contract Said. bond' ) C iianteaIni ,"' the sale of chances on
i died at his home here Thursday I II' I the ,,,i and individuals.In .
you In the abovn i pntltl.t paKee' of gpeolflimtlontnay I"'r ni l IIY dubs organizations
morning will be held at aiiHi*. anil you an- )liori'bv n> be purthMsea (run ':,. payn..nt..r Haid. '. .n i if > ,
Adjustable Vim I Book I 2 In the ..1. ...tl. to filt* your "n.\....' the Architect as foUowtno :' he'l>ald by the < ,'ntn' i
p. m. Sunday Long : Post Office department,
with the Cli-rk of. this Court refunds) : No bidder may Miiu'i i the eye of the
('O'cr All size 30 rents C.I.at I -anoh Cemetery, with bur- '. V I. .. a copy tIlire", Drawings U.OO 1 PCI. his bid for u IXM" i I sale of tickets constitutes a lottery
V such
The Telegraph. lil in the church r. .S.>..n Pliilntlffn ntlnrnovKThomHH sheet plus. 8% tax.PperlflcatlonM ,. : I thirty <30> d.' in' i I
: cemetery.L
I & Pier.... 2IM-: ; NortlTemplu \ *.H date vet foi' "1'" ', I anrl as such cannot he cent throu"' h th4> U.
I tii Avrnuo" ( I' o.l l"ruw." per PIIKV. plus 8r'r I'" "tI "donation" does
Mlal' ''Kli, Klnrlfln. not 11I1, <'r 'dot.>: All I I luiiuesm. for plans amiperlflcntlonH 'I"In' MI I r i"p< i SS I II I Iiiulriid I.. Ii i S. m.uls. Calling the !sale' : a
'thin I>o(.,,,nili.*r 27. 1'IIIH.It .. "wparutiHhocti to ( o Ill 11'i not chag' the meaning in the eyes of 1'ost-
I you full. t to ,ilo H(>, ,,1t""I'l"lt 1 of drawings ipufrea S project within tti. I'' ;
| onfenHd will I In- ,inti' >riwiilnut of tipeclfkatlnn set forth, In hi,1 i ( II'' aut horit lee.
.,. you for tho) r..lI..t du-. Hhull IIP madu throuxh I Ih) The Hui'I'I' M' 'i' i .',
lull ni( cd In the (cuniplalnt I I orfl"e of the. Architect and ut,I.I-i, V We are orr( > that we cnnnot comply with
I .5' n'"''''' f nl.I' mill h !\IO"'I. .,
....... InK the* fort clotture' of a ntnrt'ire retjucbts", to print notice; of such !sale! of
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.. (I.S 'n th roo I winK ( < HIIIi | "druwinjjs. If we
"-.. .01 TVH.I proporty In Tlimlfountv. ,, t ticket.>* and subsequent! :; | :

< ', 'I"'I"i to tIt : Medel' IX seCt i do. hoer. \\e run the risk of having that
A tract of lanil. Hlttint, I I' S FREIGHT SALVAGE
Pvt. Ranald: E. Whitehead. the Northpnut, '|iiintir,, .i|. St.. You/ should unless you protect luck! I issue. : flf> The Telegraph: barred from thensoil4.
.,. tlon 32 Townnhlp 6 MouthKnniro BRAND NEW things n securities bonds, deeds,
I' 1 19. son of Mr. and Mis. Lester 22 I in:, ,.t, llraclfoiiCountv Insurance papers, tax records, I I I ;.

.1 .J Whitehead of Lester partli'tilai, Flo-rldii, IJr '.n.A..rllt.u.nnilmor li-ia. V2IG ZAGSEWING MACHINE Mi., from fire and (heft. Perhaps youdont We would appreciate it if all clubs. other
Johns Road recently completed know about the Hercules I
t = follow MC'oinniMni- .
Model IX safe for home or ani7.af ion..;, and individuals would under.t.ihlhl
designed rK
i. a Six-week lineman 'f nt I I h i- South"I -
ornt-r of I h.. N'orthoant, qua Slightly scratched, has original KUirante private office III' only 20Wigh / '-I out IOsition in this matter and would
course at the Army Southeastern er of 8t.itUin 12 TownKhl'Mouth. '" :Makes buttonholes sews on buttons! fancy cle"Jwns. weighs 125 pounds. and U
; 5l3fial: School FortOorn ICililgi22.. Kant lln.n,.. home inspection. certified by Underwriters' lab- 1, ,I-P.KO;( to submit vh Item for publication.
... -II I "nil' $t9 cash!' or terms.! Free
run North 0 'ili-un' .
Oa. rttortw.$ "We Invite to drop 'In
: : ,1 I. ,.' .. .- JACKSOV- you
illFnit: .n' CMI
ohH) !ation ,
L n t. Wait'head: was train- feft to. a point : run them ,.Will rteHver.\ no : and : !) HiAnytime. ; ,1'1'
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u Vorth R'l!' 'dpi/iixu' J 4.* I'VILLl, ? \RPIIOITPB .
to install and maintain .. Bradford County V
.... :: Wont a ',
...... i .-en wire: ana field communIcatIon to II point I In the So-utlifii". < < ': i ," I I TELEGRAPH
rlKht-of-wu> I .
wire. end also received .
u i (... N' "Oil( --

Instruction In laying leac ,point hHtiftt, thn point __ --

.... -.-........-.!:.--.:: -THIS'. .- ..:..._.,-_. ._.. ..' and rubberouee4.aUe4 bi-KlnnlnK* I 1.uirre..1; thvmo I<_> II111i4MC8 run 1 UAH::Sou4n ; r__I J.1. -; . _U.V; .... .

iUatnn'i5 of 350 fot to- a point\ '
thinirun Mouth 41 d."ro..8., e1ZLe 4.ec/let:;:;
DESK 41 mlnuton Wvt>i n rtlHtiiiuo of i iS 7UY ; C .
lit fet to n point: them .
run North 40 dp..rl'I'. I 11 mln '

COST uteilVeflt feet I.. a, point a ...1.1.1O.t In the Hmithfavterlv 15'', ; 1 RfOflfllii."Y" .

rlKht-of-way' line 'i' S'S'CTIO T "
Miatu. lllirh>. a>' No.; :JUO.! ; then < !
un North 4'i: ......P..i... I1' "in'i' j: \ '
$250PNO '. '
the :Smith< ... > ,"
tithe' KiiMt. ..''hL.
-."..IPrlv rlirht-of-wnv, Urn'S _,.._ "" .. .. _. .... __. _
t ..llMt.in. ...r :i tin. in r"O' I.. thi ) : _
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Memorials. 11..1..11"11.. fi l ft.II.t,
n. 2O) word or lem, one !

(of hRPI..Mail..
12 4t 1J'2Xotlte '! ? not paid In advance ________ 1.2\ V
lliiinks... l' to "II nl.rd"
(Card "f : |>
Keyed- coded, or blind ads f\1.5> |i"'r inrb after' flrnt In..rUG.
(minimum, <'lia'Kvpr ) .- 't..hh: '
la' hereby vlven" the (minimum eharya) _________ 125
$ HOWhen nenleil, hid-. will I he ref Instruction.elvnil, I Each additional word over 20_____ .fIJ): ()\' no; w>r>N: |>rr u of Public
OUR PRICE IS ONLY the Roarcl l
">T Bradford 1',,"nllo"oorld.I I .I.ihe .'. -w 'UK tmi .it-r fOIN'l, for tiny .. BE SURE TO SEE)!: WORLD
at f U.e of the Superintend* HASTINGS :MATTRESS I
J .f 1'11"1. ltiHtfurt< m of Br"* Insurance Problems \\1h MIII ii rite. ('"me In ten BOOK before buying _ny"thcr "

you select a desk in the Marnay.Signore ford County P. O. Box, 939 rait the Man Front & UPHOLSTERY WORKS MARY siI.Vt"otir: ( : fi.-nirltp KSTKKnnOOK : encycJopedla. M. AP'YII"
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tn' *
nlM ut Pil.it'.i.:
;TKrlre. 1 i.i' '
of nerembeJ1 1 i ilO Lemon st. : ) fountain pen.. TT.I.E voui kc*. rep 'e.nta-
Budget Series. your desk will have Speciallst-4 Ronald Starling '''P.. *,'- ,t. ... n. .P.,. ,| ,., < Furniture RepairedUpholstered '
fiR. \1'11. tive since 1956. Box CS 6.
son of :Mi and Mrs. Roy Jlampton Flementary: Schoo'llitmytun E. LaRue & Refinished .
1i'iSrILI.l 964 67f'.. tfthi:
1. Baked enamel finish Stalling of Oiaham is ser.- P ,",..V"r ..T"moe Hlirh ''ohHrnnkvr. Kevston- Heights! MATTRESSES REBUILT PA Nl S ....."'t.u.sc...
2. Chrome plated square legs IHM In Viet Nam with th it, whit-it tlmv. KlorMn bl.lj\. Khali. br Consultant For All Your New Innersprinijs; !' AT KKIM'CEOA ( R\'fot:

3. Full suspension file drawers 25th Dlvlsi! ,n Entering the "p.niI, l anil ,i-ad., ,iiloutl. ..Any. bldrrei loauranct Needs and Box SpringsDrop ( "..mpll" -' I I.ine I"TO I"lIa:. leVi Myers Power ToolsArea
Army in Januaiy Uu5 he was i <-i,iIM| tlt-r > -I i iKnM- I.: thINNESt
The newest functional stylingand ,n.i ,1 "M .1'ii' .....t i .. .n..I'! 4 Itepreeenting I a A Card or t ill ofPAINTS Headqunrters For
4. sent to Hawaii after eight and ion mt.\'Iol: 9. \UI'\'CV):
'tricatlontf. < L'Ii l. Power luvMMrCnllooh
Flanx, Bpot . Gl'tatmerl InC Co. PALATKA Eli< 1&- )lBG \unnio\\en -
beauty you'd expect only in weeks of Loslc training at 1 i : irrt MorHiin an ANDSUPPLIES trch| Chain 8.w.
of Don
In the nfflc-e Tho ,Travelers. Ins Co. J\mSI'EGGY
much: higher priced desks Fort Gor-on.: Oa.I Anhluit, J2P!! llw "i Pump & Water Systems'sflrlggs '
Adklns. St. ..
) lenaaI
Flurldn. .and n Tel 473-4692 Day E. (i"I'r. SATE or arge
t Kr r lljeiVE DESIGNS BY After nine' months of Jun itrnnKe I 1'arlc. I & Stratton Eitn
And the satisfaction of real savings. I follows-: 47J-4325 Nltes "'. ,..t..... i"e't. .0. i i.iHhuom( frame house. corn
MARNAYSIGNORE (tIe warfare training In Ha 1. F W. Poilup, Oorpnrntlon For All Purposes .. Itenbils. Sale SerVIc*
'BtMlnew Fenced back yard. new
lot .
If you re opening a new office or JuekiionvlUtt, Kl) \uto lire Ilomt i '
wall. Specbllst Starling was nXECTRIC BOAT HOISTS -- 230 N.E. 16th Av..
7'fi' !Si! tmoi eland
I Ida Monthly Payment PlanONE'STOI1 : "irf e"
giving the old one a fresh new appearance tranferred to Viet Nam last plnn Roon1GalnuHVllle. rTa h'ne' ','oklont Gaineivill 376-.1411
I 2. **H!nenvllle >nllt to order ((5-, |,luw! f>B 1-0861 tfch
come in, see for yourself. January. He has received the Hench. Florlil-\P'. Motor an1 Pn:nr> i I 'oir. VINYIUpholstering I : tfcil4.

National Defense Medal. VietNam 3. Tiytonht Hnotn Ilavtonn, .I Hen. rrr(wn's Repair Shop" nt I 1 I.'onI.i': ':"]]'ij| '-.to 2 chair

I Seivlce! Medal VietNam FI"rlrla '' MASONRY SERVICE '3..'x 383, Starke I IKIwl.nfca .'\' Unbii I I &l b p. fuinitute frigid "IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO
: PI.\\ -AMI nl'lri :( i'I.tlIO "'t\ e'-.. heaters. cypress L" AR.1\f." Register now. Adult
Bradford County TELEGRAPH I Campaign Medal Combat 'IHKMINTIA : I' S tfrh Material I un -
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iI Infintryman's: Bad;'e. Ueneral' ( Ready AIlx, all Concrete IM'IU i 1-o't..q.

and has ben recommended Upon BO.r 00**I.IJ..t depoult and)of retell O"nRetH Block; all type Sand; ALL TYPES of Inwn mo\ver Values. To .SI0.00YARD;1 ) used j clovning liunilieds< of olh- and Secondary. Phone 864-27O1

I (or the Bronze Star. or $ of .plant andinei. IffI Pr.'a"t' I.lntcln.. Everything. I nnd aaw madhln h"'J' ie4 ('Ij bargains out ut the Old I day; 964-3071 evening tf
i-li t1f's' r.. ".', ,.! .! :. I"I necessary fnJ" eonrrete m \- -Calvin John ?:?2 :MVnter 1 Iri'ul l.ti4 l l'n"-i 1 2 ''j miles north .

-- --- --- _,__ U-V I I will bepreftH loeiMer rcnii' ,ii' ''; ;,""rn' ..nnry ronstruotlone Ph. \4-1441 t fill-< ,,:, $3 (i.1 :st.nki; on ::TM PI). 9U'-SOj. FOGS FOR SALE-farm 1.mUes fresh
-V V VVV VVV VV VV V V VVVV V V V.I 'B. C. Holtzendorf.
v m; V 'V SS 55 5. ,,l rontm, I tux I HV will meet any prices' on \V(. huv' tell!) DI, I tiortff'. 4tchg
$ .; 4j'V$41 Contractor1. .* are. r"-(,in ; nil material within lirnil"' I 'ANTFC"lr'tI'' C i.ltnii. Itig.!?i ,. -- 1.:: 1 on Edwards Road. tfchg
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x $ & :
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V ed t" return ford County AND 'ST1IIINTAIN No Kakhl, Sh'rti. Or Tint. ti2X rini-niiixi, fm 1'\' r i

I Portable or electric? getbomI' M.\ QVAUTV.! Miiitt: Be Cle'in Cotton KaR*. :'I berl-r: :m C'TJ hi. :st \\'uii It.--- FOIl KENT) 2 hn'ioom' house IHD.t RiiN'l'--'J: f **rOoz1 un-

.' j7 *tA !?**, TUB RIGHT POINT for theWA.y I T '.1'(1": .;irn lI"l i lIlt'. '''.t1&: (''"M) ," i t tun I ..ill lci.til. Itlti han circulating mrn'shed' ounalow; ..newlypalntej :

in one with a Smith-Corona. Come In all.,1 i BRADFOUDNGINEKRINr V I ', ':n\i--. -i ,Itt P-io'-J' le':;., "il 111'lt'l': 1 on t beautiful Lake i lni,1e Lttbilcd C4>
UTttc. S
you CO. I FOR SA.L.F. H>' I l.-m 1I'lf"-, ..., l" .
; J l.i; i \1it- V" >nni ; niow.Box
I I h 11! $7 (Jon( .vltiiOf! low In- !N Wilni t "1.( Contuctt: : [
i : the 'portable that'tIiwjyS KSTFIt: Rtnrk (flood quilltv W\ 'I'I I IM'! In .t 140 :\rll.. "".> I-noiin' ,..tillfJKi' ,-
f.ivorlte / :
Ph. !/U.2:121. !
.rtcct 1 your : > !tij) CO f. ,1"vhOSV M:1 A. Adam: d-ee.Y: at t At ((184-78J2
c' ih'"m .
fl'vle i .
$ i** >v > < : 1-c47VC. nin I | I 17"'1jiliIl> '> <'I'l 'In lUfs
.. ll-I.U: .T 'flio-u.is" : ic j i, hIll 1>1 T'I! 984- cr after 8pm; : S BROOK foiintnlnn. | i > BEST flARGAtN, 101? ; ttgi |)ljcui) < 17.1 liid'i( 4-11'\: ) \ I lJ-i:!
;3701THK; tfcheTUCK'S
VS : '
\ UOATION classes
: 'I I'I'H 'j'i ---- _
now. Elernerttary and RURAL ACRF.AOr Wintil'must sir \\IKKI.V: .\.\'U MOEt
DUIVE IN for sailor
2/ I e Secondary. Phone D04-.701 'be auitfib'p! f.n', inn, .<. i ; JIM: WAI.TElt CORP. For i leHa bit' man 01'o'on1.111
/ Gn.u"I le.ase l PI one 964-9661 or
tinya>, -fl 4-3O71 evenJ""" tf. Hllr'lrlPhOlh i..' ,.kIllS" CU3tOIfle.t,
I Oal'm'1'rit Burn' hn'.' u 'Ii'P :J! hi,':'room,( )hdufll'al'rt 16 elite! 969-4485. 2tch 12 1 1LII

One deluxe 069-3281! P. <(1> Hr-.. \IS. 1 :iiiP" i hi' for Sid'1' Neull. : in Sill i IC S F 1\:1: i 01 i p.nt I Mil, '
FOR --
I electilc range. Cal; Starke. trelwt' I .' ttlcy oiiH' $:i00(> clown !1'.11> 11'.l'! .lm.lt. Wilte C. R >t\p. Oje aliT" Wantedrull -

12 \Wides. 1 PYlgidalre'.4-3501 r fDiyl 1 or 533-2175 .1 .>:il I txcii-en! .- like n'lit Call Ruble Dept. N4. P. O. Box I time or Ideal for partt'me ,

'I 1cm' 5!i n m tfch/i: NEW }'ITNT-lIfll! n SPfl nitil,: IT: !'fsonvtlle4tii" NJ: 2.H7.1'1111'111": Tenn see -: R.tl"i: -l Op( :" a'-jr B;'r..i-.

(> 12 IS\ ;.11102 1117 2tp 123 ford Count Tetl'lI'llIP't'
"tlc 1-- -
Custom, 1 1. H ,. \J !l' f.'Il"nI-hLI' ( .' o\r.:.; : BEDWHnl)() I
For Florida I I..is ,iI,i'! .,' I TOft SAL E; OK UL-N1
''II' urjiii :iDuiulll'n'' \ ) ) \1' \ lI'1llNI4: k"rm r j} SAl.1!: F'IIIIJI..ht'dlolliII' Jjl.i'0, :;3j() :\:. t.' :J' I ''VAN1P! U f AIiY Ii' lii'c th,

fet! More I I'' '" 'I" 1 M. i Oolt11 U.il ,1 l i "I' "l. I.. 1/1.11 ''tk* SI Tokt1 .s null/
'TOU tin tfche I i,u,,'in-' f I ..d.:1.I l pkljii.t s IIINII.t"ld! I I fio I ) per mon c :iM' and small! salary Call on.I ..-
For Your $ $ Next to BIH.;;; \lII.ll.It': .. .ik., fi'13-: '
.11'I I
I'OR I RENT fuinlshed 'i! [ '.iiiilin K"c'- J W 1':111..111.:: 803 Boy.. 8941. 2tch_ 121

No Salaried or Commissioned bedroom cottage In town Un Pec. 1st. Elec. Heat and '...il n: :,::1:1-:1:121: : : 111) 128 I \\ .. W'j) vihi. V C.3tchlt I I

I Employees furnished 2 tedroom house 12 ISI I INTERESTED; IX; YOIR

I ut> of town. W. H. Nollman Air Cond. iziirVflhI. ): lOWS FEED BUSINESS?
I I 1ST: N." .
I DAD & BRAD LARSEN tfchj .- ,-. .\I.ronl. '" [ii! so nationally-kno
1"r "kt"" ri un.1-female, 1C(
LIKE TO WORK Call I :.non' \l .\ro.' oVF.140/ fir I feed: company; ': Is IntereiUM.
< I FOR SALE -One 3 bedroom short trKi: sin'roun-tlns months: oM White" with tar I in you. Greatly expanded

YOU Benefit! .! one and 1;i bath. Brick veneer l1R.IASOS: tal'ke.1'In: : w!' want Is spots.; "Lucky. Children'sret I line of proven products requires -

,:fi. wall to wall carpet.! 2 worth up to 18.500 In a year. Rpward. Ph. 533-2831 local representative

rSr car garage flood: location care of Ernest Tew Air\. rml! S.\f: ni"v I'-on WilnwH"h_U[ On-the-jo'j; training Full-

{. AU Sizes on Display I Priced $15.000. 6 per cent in Inc. esljent.I !'oiithwrstprn' pprrolpum FOP !P::\LE" -1962 Pontiac 4 I time opportunity. Would

.., I 8-10-12 Wides j terest. Buford MitchellnVinn Realty I ro.-po-nM" 531: N. ', '0", iTird'nj: er1nn Air con- prefer person who has beonIn

Cox on e t l'/2' Baths QUORUM. tfctir Gainesville, Ph. 376-6 t 1C f I 1'1n! Sheet Fort VnuhHchu rll'l!"npd ind full power. Very I business or farmed for

e. I and Expandables REDUCE TIRE: WEAR Texa Inn nn i Rood condition I self. Must have !good reputation -

by SMITH-CORONA j V% y have a free wheel balancr 2906 N. W. 13th St. P'i OB4-3471 ItchnP.r and credit rating. All
4 PARENTS \('Rr.101 I Inquiries confidential. Evening -
FTRESTOrJE :\0t'll FiVE ,
: : an the speed and wonder ef fp'v&f New and Used checkup at i F )R 'IT Unfurnished "
S. ; The Coronet gives yoo ease FOR SALE-One clrculatln:: TJcmnl'iilIv,! lTiul'"ap"rl: ) : lawn I" Interviews arranged.
Uttle thaa tba cost aim VF to work -cr frame h"'i.,e. :3 1 bedroom. 'i irr'i "'
: electric typing. .. at only a awre I WANTED-Man oil heater $20. one 150 gal n rnn( ""' ""itbutl 1 n"* fniH) ( 1ntact:
t..c. I siT 8-Yr. financing available Mith", ; ; r fen"ei yard
ordinary portable, ranch year round Job. oil tank and stand $20. On: nrd: nut tr"-s. On paved JAMES W. STEELE. Box

S 4. -.tn ruui-iiji iL i m.Tmi-ui innir. .IIIIIIJUIIII IIIIIIIUOUMIIMHL _UJ I I House. llrhts gas. hot water 75' x 140' lot on Colley Road : "I"l1w:1YC11I'E i \ for only $7.- small pasture inside City 541 Callahan Fla. Phone
.A < Use Our Rental-Pur TlrriM r Call\ t64-3343 after 5
heater furntrhed. $280 per B79-3620 Itch
1000. J. T. Quigley. P. 0 700VO.: ( I
chase PlanPaymentsUnder 1 month. J. M. Edwards 964- ctt2tchg 12 a I son TORNFR LOT n m 1t"I1'
55 576
= FULL 88 CHARACTER; KEYBOARD the tamaa tfchff' I -l'\! "lTED room and board
$50; Per Month I 2521 "pn"IT r'"mi' 3 "Ivr'rriom"
on office electrics plus full-length up-front tabu* I FOR RENT Unfurnlxhcfnmr'm"nt I with private family. Thomas

S ( W Jation. Set, clear tabulate from the keyboard. FOR RENTDownstairs house 'In excellent shape. : : la-ge bedroom LeibolJ. 206 S. Water St. Up
BEAUTIFUL Authentic Antique il'1 'i >
%fldS'sj i i iv 1 n \ '
I V't-hei and! breakfast room.
ACTIONS i bedroom. :2 bath apartmentAttractively
Fue1oil furr.ltuie. Collected joining :acreage a\alable! :\tfrq. D L Sl'pox: 331 Clark
at your fingertip command: spaces, dots, tffihr. 'X's and NOWMobile I furnished N. Walnut woildwide. Paintings. rare TIPsi -> 'i I'" i -, tiri.| !''It nS.lnP t16"-11:! itclwFE SQUARE DANCE Lynes
underlines. Type faster o. electncallyj ;, gas heat. books ((90001. Oriental rugs. STROl'T 1tF.\I.T'' I I' Bar & Lounie; 4 miles northon
PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR set the touch I st Mrs. tcho art objects. stamps, (coins SI. 17 N. Temptir.. ::: : FOR YOURSELF Pro- highway' 21, Macclenny,

ONLY TEN DAYSi that pleases you and electricity doe the work: pint Home Site !9i39.I41I l Jewelry. Ump.s, superb mirrors If' <*. ?01 > h'l'ted on: InrE": v'r,,'lnT I Fla. Sat. Dec. 3. Free Admission.
Get 5 LP records and instruction "'hpnp th'i.Ihl( : I Everybody welcome.
pages in a handsome case perfect" every time! AVAILABLE \ FOR. RENT!: .-2 bedroom furnished clocks many Florida! .5 r rvo;i ('anec inv you

for only $3.95 when you pur. ALL THIS AND MORE Page Gage'nl, Copy-Set Full Lake Privileges I I house. Phone 944' antiques swords drums F"R 1'At.1"TIP.! 2 b'Ut"nt. >' 1':1": hlrTnlPn.( wohb!s. and lIthe

chase this handsome Forward-Glide deck Quick Set"1 Mar- 42B1 tt..h' fine woolens (tmichlns: I f'htc "11:1': In-h! of th" -
new Adjustment, top Homestead' Exempt- ( I'tr.il: : "n:1tl.: ,
Smitb-Orona "' wt'b1eJ, ] tables dressing! wiv. Our .T-,>',., Rein Vlsual- IMMEDIATE OPENING for
portablel deluxe rimline carrying case. ,
gins and a FinancingLake I EOR Yl1'-3< bedroom! fur- n'I' t !ft 1"n" :r.'s 5t.1T'1 :
: tiblei. and dssks Fine! silver. !1r. ir Beam-of-t: *.c- Assistant Manager Town Flare

KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODAY'S NEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL LIVING l'Ibljec1''He.\. contrelly loca- I cMr.a.) gla's 'all klpis] ; 14"1 Arrp? N St-irkf PinSi'lC'fi Phone:::t c.1' curacv 1. r<"iito: wor'i for Apply In person 226 N.

Geneva I inS' If \ Fas:!""! e. P44-A793 W'iens! and }pewter Private: '\ I u> Itehs 1 1I !9'3 j 1-38\1.: after 5 p. m I
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Hospital Ktshine Barracks He 1s a member of the Air Sgt. Cooper 1 1a member ot
Defense Command's 30th Air the Air Dctense Command's
Specialist Jackson entered
the Army In October 1096 Division which received the 30th All- Division which received l -
the trophy during
ceremonies at
trophy during
and was assigned to the
Sioux Cite Iowa At present ceremonies! rt Sioux City
Brooke Army Medical] Centerat
SERVICE MEN Fort Sam Houston. Texas Airman Sullivan Is assigned! Iowa on November 19. He t K
before arriving overseas in to Olathe Air Force StationIn assigned: to Chandler All
I Force Stall m in Minnesotaas
Kansas as a radar -
AND "':OUICH May 1966. II- Is a 1963 grad- operator
a computer maintenance -
uate of Keystone: Heights I I
I __ technician. His division
Robert C. Jackson: Jr son fo High School. I maintains! :air simelllance
Staff Sgt Robert L SLADE'Si S SK
class Sul]
Airman 1st John :
over the U S central plains
Mr. andIrs.! Robert
]livan. Jr, :eon of Mr and er son of Mr and Mrs cooP'j
c.\\ with the Semi-Automatic
Jackson of
Keystone 'Mr*. J. J. Eulllvan of Key Cooper of Route 2. radar I >
Ground Environment
has been omoted to :
i stone Heights, has helped his provided essential support to I
Specialist 11 h class' In Yoke- organization win the coveted help his organization win the: system
homa Japan where he is Sgt.: Cooixt\ Is a !graduateof
Smith Trophv as the best aiI'I coveted Smith Trophy as t.heI
I Bradford High School and I
assigned as a medical records defense ground unit In the' best air defense ground unit.
'I attended ''unlor College In HAS ARRIVED
cleric at the 106th General! U. S. Air Force: in the U 3. Air Force ;Minnesota

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A rvyvv.vvvvvvvv.-vv.vv.- j'-ac'Ice: 8 30 p m SLR W P ":,Kinney) and : ;!/uesti of :If: and! :Mrs O W sty: night end Fr.day with the season 1 lor transplanting Commission there are more'Was I 17.000 c'eer The 1966-67 or "PPl'ox1nutel ten pe cent
Rev J.m R: dan pastor !family Eblinx T'ilat'en1nR they the Frank Juhnson, in Key- trots and ,shrubs! The first white-tailed deer m Florida season looks ,good, and the of the total deer population
"Com'let us worship to- The E. M Nor tons had as'' "attended the Lake City stone Heights step Is selecting: healthy today than ever: before' and I,, hunter's take !is expected to ,
\ Kingslev{ Lake geth.er truest Thursday Mr.! and I' Lite Oaic ga-ne In Live Oak I I Mrs. J. M. Bradley had as! plants with good roots and experience; hunters who,,i exceed that or last season by I
Beulah Baptist Sunday Mrs. Frank Johnson and Mr. and Mrs Charles guests Wednesday to Sunday tops. The next activity Is to'' have spent years in the forest I I 1 approximately one to three!
:gins.! F. :M. :Norton Sch'jo:. 10:00: a. m. Morning. i three nona of Keystone I II Crews and family had; as1 I, Mr. and Mrs J. S. O'OuInj I I prepare the planting site. For realize how broad and impressive deer. :1
Phone 633.20131mv..v.vvv..vvvv.vvv. I Wo ship, 11 a. m. Training I Heights/ and Mr. and Mrs. I (guests Thursday Mr. and .I and Tour children of Mari bed plantings< such as roses th'hlte-tail'. According tx wildlife biolofrtst lot OSC
I Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Richard ilacheia: of Jack- Mrs Marvin Suber and children -' etta Oa. Other guests for dig! in 4 pounds of complete I comeback has been. i i *. approximately: twenty
Worship. 7:30: p. m. Midweek sonville. I of Jacksonville and Thanksirivlni Day were Mr., fertilizer per 100 square (I Fifteen years ago. Florida percent' of t'lc state's deer
i prayer serce.Vednesday.! I Mickey A Ciri KC'll SCHEDULESK i i 7-30: p. m. Rev. R. L. Tag- ,' Samford Unl.ersity! in BirmI Mr and Mrs' F. O. Conner Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bradley: For trees or shrubs die; a 000 deer: ttit years aeo they antlers five inches or lonver
..r.: iniey Lake. Baptist' -i gar pastor "E' eryono welcome !- I ingham. Ala. spent Thanks- spent Thursday! In Jacksonville : of Jack:onville. Mr. and Mrs.J hole one-third larger In diameter took an estimated 8.000. At Hunters will harvest about
e!i., uSchool..; ) 9:4.: a m ." I giving vacation with his parents with relatives. | D. Bradley and family. than the plant's roots | the close of the 1965-66 sea- .
::01' 'jVor..1,1p. 11:00: a one-half of this percentage
I'EKSONALS I Mr and Mrs W. IIAgneC Mr and Mrs. Robert Ches- Mrs. Harris and daughter.; Mix a cup of fertilizer and a son the f tma! ted harvest
m T'.ilr.ir.. ; ; Union.: 6:15: p Mr and! Mrs: Cecil Whitehead I l ser, Jr and children spent. Lisa all of Orlando and J. I* > generous Quantity of peat in .. -
IB :: -i-ntf Wcr.ship, 7.30 p and daughu-rs pent Mr and Mrs Warren Ebl- Thursday in Maniac( Ga. asj I Bradley and children. the top soil. Place the plant
m M.tiAeek: ( Prayer S'rvice Th:ii: Vv r: c .Iay. 7:30: p. m Choir as kaests! of Mr and T :.!."/{',' :,1!L:., !:. Iik: CV.v a1- Mn'di: Norton: spent Thurs-i and children:! : of Atlanta. Oa than it x:'erin the nu-ery: b
spent Than'sfrtvSnf' Holidays Fill !in around the plant with.
with. Mr. and Mrs. F. O Conner : the ture When"oil-oca! the tff'rtlllzemix hole: is half-- Is This Check Made Out j jI

Mr and Mrs W. ,V. ftned::!, settle the loose earth '
Chauncey and sons of Al- with water! and repeat the I:
bany. Oa ,,'pre'eeenoj: wateringvhen. \ the space
:attests of Mr. and Mrs E. 0'1'' around the plant is filled and ; To YOU? J Jg
wtt Elder and sons firmed. j I
The Robert Cliesser family Around the base of the..
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ness plant form a dish-shaped I i
Yeomans.! :Mrs. Junior basin to hold water Mulch >>
Thompson and children and the plant with straw or '
J. V Yeomans! and family all ; leaves and shade if it is nec: 9
HOW! ENJOY THE NO-STICK COOKWARE THAT MAKES SCOURING UNNECESSARY! of St. Oeors Ga. last FrI-,', essary. Watering: newly. set ;C
plants regularly 1A(01')' Important -
a NYLON MATULAANO day.Rev. Jim P.igdon and sons! 6 9g
srooN of Jicksonllc! were Sunday With rainfall at a low
TtFN dinner! guests of the E. M. point at thK time of year it fJsehirnziekeozZ
Nortons.Mr is a good u'ta to conserve 4 r
Pnv Dur!) n of Gains soil moLnuie around citrus
.,. ille had Tlianlcirlvlng trees by keeping down winter ;. s
NO SCOURING NEEDED dinner with l.er mother Mrs weeds. The weed eradication : 9g
8''ie' Elder. program also keeps the noxious ,g
A"" Mrs J T. Bradley' spent pests from uslnr: the! fprI I
COOKS WITHOUT STICKING '" ; Tur11 and Fiilay lrtivirn ,I tlizer: :vou applk-d! to the I
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."TI' :Mri-"'"! \\'''-ron and: While hoeing around the
IAlest Bend OT. s ." "-II. Victor APpebv.! Tiuit trees ii: pct them fo; j jI I
SAUCEPAN F 1. j jt D'.'h'ot! hirer was Wwiens- ,I .sale Remember, don't use II q#
or.SAUCI 4 day ovprn'aht' (rut of MiI'ld oil! spray: fo* wale control ,,Iff I D
IAN 3 --i- / "I:" Fay Durbin of duiin! cO'JIeIlher Oil H
rtnlttPSt I 'hl!" makes most dooryard plant- '
Mr and *.:J'I! William! 011c.'Sf !In' less resistant! to '':lmacurlnl ]ff tiILNDRED b 00/o DOl1aR LI
: Ja'koor.Ie; : : were Sat- : ( cold weather One
""'dnv! 'TOpoe'! guests of Mr material: to u1for; scale control '&
alA bi".. F G Conner. l,.II during winter Ls malai i I
Mr Sadie: Elder and! thion 50 !per cent emulsion' at
t COMPLETE Johnny Lou visited in H.KhSpr.is / the rate of ? teaspoons per ,.g
; 511tur:'ay evening gallon of Wdtei. If necessary, I
t Mr and Mrs. A. W. Giv- I follow with a second application I..,Ir
Y lord. Jr. had as guests for.i of mr.lathlon about.
,,... SET Thlink."I1n"frs.. DorothvcMullen three weeks later. II' IF NOT PLAN NOW\ FOR
COMPLETE :\? : and family of!I Don't be too anxious to ''[ .
JartaonvWe' and Mr. and prune out "dead" wood from It
vA W. Oaylord. Sr of i your .shrubo follow:! !( a cold '
r,' rlll.n I I snap. Cold will often drfolij j, j j r A BIG CHRISTMAS IN 67 9
FITS ./ Mr and Mrs. Lloyd :Mary ate branches wllliout killing: aI
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r and children spent Thur!-dav the wood H you cut out ,G r
(1 .:' Friday !''r. Jacksonville! as'fiiests 'I' wood soon after a cola spell, i JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB I
of :Mr. and Mrs. M. C :'I you might discover that you r
T>J:!rQ"r I have cut out live wood. So j
+ 3xIllIT Mlis: RUn RToer pent! I,I let the hear.i btay m the TODAY!
Th-Jis-Jav! to fJncJ'la' <; guest: I shed until vuu'icsure of the of Str [and MM. Fay Durbin exact extent of cold dtntaue
in Gainesville: I Don't spare! the waf-r during j Look Ahead To A Really Big Christmas Next Year I I
the win'cr monthRe- \
Here Is today's most practical cookware set. Cooks without annoying and Fav Mrs Durbin Jessie of M Gainesville Durbin of! member/ the plants suffering l,I Take Steps Now To Get A Big Check For Bountiful >t\\ \

t 3 4 sticking, cleans without messy scouring, thanks to DuPont'i I iwte\." '-v.'<-. K Thtirsdnv 'upier ,, survive from lack the of double water suffering may not! 's j r Gift Shopping. Join Up Today See How iJ r ri

';t : ( r amazing Teflon. Yes, cook with or without fats or oils, foods '' and!" rr f Mrs Sadie: Eld- '''of cold and drought | j i Little-By-Little Adds Up To A Lot Of Chrstmas Joy! f J i
won't stick to the super slick Teflon surface. Clean with just I
CLEANS LIKE MAGIC! sudsy cloth no scrubbing or scouring needed. fjtnuvLet's Hunters May ''j j 47

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at 3:30: {for Hi.il.x iillllxliiK liiu I.n1-"
Norman :and Trrty I\rosll'Y. ol Clay Hill in tru loss in',,,. fur .laildi"r iiiii.nillnn. I t 1..1 l lrial
i of her husband J, t. Padgett I tux not Ini'liiileil. ..)
Those: from Clay Hill who attended I Km. unit i-iinul, tn .M'.ili I flRatEM
were the pastor and I who )passed away Saturday. ''loinlIh"t low foiiturvlloiiiluly .
.FOR and Hnft'inti'li. I
rkllSONAISMr! bnniiiir >
family. :1.11'1Betty Padnett[ of j jMaxvillc. I -
Irene Padgett. Su- nncl :\II'J;. Wlntou PiirUsh I Turn. MlKiinl)4' 1''I,rHHi..ilTil II !!

Quality Gifts Thai LastCamera sto Shannoii. Mr. am Mrs and July of Avon Park 11/NIS'! ., said IISi I "11,'\1'" I III.I I =;J;- Heating the Ceiling
and ail 1 Mrs: Fred tour Ii I .
Louie Carter and Leon. We' i iulit ii> m 1t'l i i <.55 i r.n'I'' any '1r'
were happy to have Mr. nnd I i and| ini'liflen- Thanksgiv-I nil liiiln' ,
II.lll:: -'l I 1.I l
Mis Wilbur Austin nnd:! livct dinner -ui'sts ot11': and Doesn't Warm

Dept. daughter! finm Illxhlunii Mrs\ Willldin PIJI'I'IAh.11': \U11111: or IN 11 I:I\Ilu\. ..Mt >
Jewelry Dept. GIFT DEPT.1'OL.11tOIIlS .
: with us In the morning[ wor and :Mil Winton p.irrlsh \ \ tin I n. 11'
$utl.1.!" I I. IIMI'IVIIwlVMii 11101ivn
I I'lycrtV"dllesd'IY thl'ollhI !
Hallmark ship. 1 ,, \Vlllhiui' "'.1111'"u anil! bli/i) Anyone But With
.arg'e Selection I Clay; Hill\ Holine.SH, Church I I S'II1c.Ih'' '. It ,I'liiiiion., liiiNluiml, ,milllif.,,. ,
/1IjFF'r1Nl{ : (; CARDSFENTON ) :\ midi. !11'11. Allen Cl'eW4'' ,' .1 l H..
SUPER 8 :MOVIE; has iu new roof and looks IM hltf' I h. site (*\v tlt'l H i> "
. ( ().,'I'IJ'IL' ''' '111; HEATS
JEWELUYDIAMONDS and lion of Brooker were "UlMllIhli'll Ulu\\tl 114 '
wonderful.! The
churchlll aeheN -
''INSTA\IATI ) ART CLASS 1 I I VIL.LK." UN eh.N,,, '.1 !Io,<' Illlll, 1|'HIIIIClxl -
( Sunday night quests This Modern Gas
/ supper '' III I'l.il llllllU' 1', P.IKUliriiiirnnl r',
' I :\ I NORITAKK: CHINAIUI1LFS 1,1 of Mr. and -Mm. W1111am1 .. I'..II"IY Putt, Hi"i.Ill -
" TAPE RECORDERS : !IIIM ...miultl. n.iortlitiifi ,, Paiii"h end family.:\' Mrs. '' ,I.,, will |IMt 1111" till- award,I ,I'l
WATCHESMEN'S I I""II'Y' I f..I1'III'.I".r.' ut 1111""
: lai :
We Rent i In ... Irene Padgett wits Saturday.supper ','1I111l'' i,n lioi.inl.I s, i itl.
: Cameras and 'I'lMH :No; \inilt. I 7tll' ""1\; "iHKiil.ir Heater Heat Stays
... I guest of the Parrt.hs.1 .sold! i.'iiiiunlliiK ,
'' It .n 1,1.: "11, I Ittin In I IKIHN i "i.
i (Projectors : JI:1VCi.lt1'1'I'J'fl(1: ':: FRAMINC: (. I \.111..1. ".1,r I tin I ijBiii": "r Mr and l Mm\. Clarence and IMI) ,nili.nlnw, .unlMllHUllKll.il
I .I"Mill.,, I lt"A..III.? K .1 K N n, Mo.slev and family of ..Tacksonvllle Illlll.
.. \\ III! 1'V nn..u!
H jllll'
; Diamond Saving Stamps Given With Every Purchase ''I I! "i''1 n',' \ u KM;1 p., 1 alit.n .1 I enjoyed| n hoi klll-'' :,M KIIXII I II ,',11", '"" At Toe Level
I I-.. I I' I Ii.... ins nt Mr. :'ioslc.v's\( pltr ntll. 11/17 it 11'' 'I
\.i I ,111.I. \ lot, ., I I.\+. III',.,.I Mr. and Mrs. Hl'nI'vfolll..y:
I"1 I I" If I 'I I I I ,
on Thanksgiving D.IY' < U.' 1 run mil
.. I, 81.1ed, 1.1.In./ \\'III ,In i I.,5..I, .1l .
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Mrs Evelyn: Moiloy ,l\ tin I'lti (t'au1' II i.f, 'Iii "Cm
..APRICES been a nntiont In Baptist' ..I, Ml.ul"" '. !1.1.! t'Illn, .u. Hi., rill
I II,..ill linn! 7'10' o' "loi'k I'I "'
! hospital' in .T.irksoiivlllo: 'I'll., ,I.\, Hi. "ill.,, i ,i., I I'nn i iu
where 'he underwent minor Molt lltn." .nnl.. ,.111'' ..11. I I.'.I.Ii
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SUI.If.but.. I: home nonn.t'I i* i>|Is ,1 will 1 h. pnhllilv I .p. n-
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'1 111,1 "r< d l ul'anl ill I'M I Il i iIaN
>,111' fire. l IIIKI ,
Mr.\ TheHu. I I'M,7' Nls I 11 'Ilinl." i iU ,
1111', I U i.I
C rr 'iiii.il till I "tin I 11 IK
and Bu'hal'1t Oren Cove ,. .
::51511) I Illl 'HU. \\ II II nnl I '
I Snrinah ,'1.1.. "d11': and Mrs .' Hprltiu, on, ii.ii., minium, ''i''.> ,II
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! Hardy Padgett ThnnksuivlnK 111 si\ pli. li> uly 'dot! i in'''-
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I 'Illlll'! flit Illlll.I bnaurl .I I l
, DavMr rl'uhl, ) iiiiil! i lag, l'" III... \\ ,"
and Mrs Floyd Johns . ,
Init.I -. f..lll MH| tl II III I'll .1.l I II
Irene Pat",rlI. and Ili-rbert I"h." ill .i 111115)). I III'I.' t I
I \lsH.-rt\ inlrri.i, *,.. tnin signals| | tnii, .t I I.
Pld.wtt Mr. and :Mrs.
Ii i GOOD THRU DEC. 15tb 1",1".1.,111. .. ,. ROOMSI
Dawson Pn-iut'tt In Mlcldle- \ |1'| n t4 'til' 1 K (n I' \liiu :1''
burg/ Suiidoy afteinoon. Mr.. I i. H.i: "i .Ini kxlnll1115. Kin
Tin I said hv r, MMrven thui
Padtrett is very 111 at the ;I;IKII! i.t .u, .i,.:.I in, .n: i.J.. i am I
, time of this! wrltiiv! I .r nil I'M"i ,
i M\, "'""11. il ,.I i 5I.i t i ,, '
Visit Our TOY DEPARTMENT and CHRISTMAS Mis. Susie Sherman spent, Hi" M.I. "11, III I :'d.! "n.l". Cii" *
Complete Sunday with Mrs Lone Pa :ett. | I 11 1 .' I 1'l 12.1" I

Mr and Mrs Oeor' Carter I )

\Ited Jesse Manning, In a OR tlti r
Onlnesvlllu hospital Thanks- Used AppliancesGood

I DECORATIONS CHRISTMAS WRAP LIGHT SETS CARDS Hivtnsr. BobbY, Dav 1\Iidllll'l Is home For Only $$30 Down You Can Live

from !sea duty lifter bciiiK
1 away for three month. Refrgerators Rl'A
('('U !scoitr ;MFKII.NU: : $30 .

! All At Discount Prices The Cub Scouts of Clay up

meethw Hill ]held on ;Monday their nlaht monthly I In; Stoves -- $30 up Like A Ming

the Masonic Lod-ie In Mld- (GIt* orKli'ctricGiiiirnntviil :

!'leburtr. .' Itl.ady Tit lit>>

i f'' \i,. rim inns All T I'sed' Furni- \t OTHER MODERN
.. ., > pos
I.1! hid 'I III I I. I n IA|
I "> i 'I"I\, I '?11..11. ,.r III.. ( 'n rI lure At t TremendwiisSee o'
I -I I .n '.' "I1'.I' .>l 'ni.. ,IV, HEATERSFrom
.,', lags/
M .11 II""I III 7''S. I'.I! l< IM .1.1I
i 'I I "I. -.liM. l ., i.nil,l.,..,r .1 I. I'Mli. ,XI I See Us[ Before Vi>u l>uv
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... I" Ii tin.in.I. |.11" ell l.i.l. "
I 'S.'I i wII, I... |.nl'01'01'I! | FENNELL'S
'i[>. nd, mil'.,,' ""II" ul..ntl( ".n ill $
., .14.88
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Bargain Center
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Christmas Tree \ / Christmas !"I" 'U I I ,' .1 i 11'1(> :.Mi. S. on I'.S.:101: )!

cr kGIFT

a iC I E With Purchase of Any Unventeil

Heater 30,000: ( UTU's or Larger

SETS t 41 PAPER C FOR CHRISTMAS JOYs _. (Coot; For Limited Time OnlycLtL

83c92.Jsnr9 At c 4t I ?

r I IT : 4: ca'x C C7 3Q

1.i 1 FROM WILLIAMS ant :
a 1 t w .+ ;'
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II \VK: caAUA'OTJ't.1): : : : )> SKUVICK: ( : ltr l ?

WHAT WI: SELL +xF4r b('lr

sL1 1t

The Latent Styles

25cTo $1.00Value t In :v' M II'I' =l Fits Into

RIBBON 7C AND 11 BulovaAnd h JUST 30 INCHia

Other 4'lf of specs

Fine Walche.t: :
Cbotlwg tar a couple or a crowd Ow R-
chateau by Magic Chef goes to work for you

I AIs to: bring you the most plMMirabl-, .&t.
.1\If"t'\ .. "rin' t
.. : I youV .wr had. Se. the modem styling that
V Will 1'leu'e You
't. 'd I -- .=- o= | te Into your mod of living. You'll Skid th.
pow Chatwui twits wu to S *1.
You'll) Find Our Stock The LargestFor
$30 DOWN
HAIRm I : I HAND This Year's Christmas Gifts

SPRAY TOWELS I A Complete Line 01 Rings I .IftSt taut tluj itMVKu I XT NOR ONUSTOMf'

e I I --- Eye Lwil Oven a HWl Pcrfbrtnanc BunM0
OUR un: ; 77c Keepsake Wedding King Sets
RoN-eut Lowar ttnOtr Had WhMl. Lo-Ttnv
P FiUS.. I' 'II ..ILITYC I I Princess.! Dinner Cocktail Cotor-Coded Control Knot 0.ifl Control
C St Tinted Glass Window Door Removable Oven Door
I //1 RirthsloneMother's a Removiblt Rick RWIMT, full-Lengt Chrome Hwufll

Removable l Door Sw1' Clock with, 1 Hour llaatUR'Up. .
3 3 : Rings RmovtbteTo* pUG" Dutid

b 7 I I Class 1 flings: 111m! 8-Piece Cast Iron Set $18.30 Value

1 o .... / I< I ALL IN: Till: LATEST: STYLES FID with Purchase this Range.fREE .

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; IIII II Pierced Earrings -- HraceMs/ Necklaces.MEN'S
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Batlom Dollar !J JJ II ii I''I!:' Williams Jewelry II SLADE GAS and APPLIANCES.. -r .. f.k

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8TARKB. FLORIDA Tsrrncnty. nrr*. i.. 1966tr..n.
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...."..... Nov. 23. A reception was heldIn ] choice.
I Morning Worship 11 a. m. rlne. and Mrs Eloise Mooreof Grove Payton of Hawthorne. Adjustable Vlii.yl BooK I TUB RIGHT POINT for the
I the educational building ANNOUNCEMENTSLast Training Union 6:30.: Iff.! un- Valdosta! Oa. were visit- Mrs. Clydo Hersey had a I'I TUB RIflHT POINT for the I ('/"l'l'II. AH slaiew, 30 rents en.I pay you writ e. Come* In and
THERESSABy after the ceremony. The Sunday plans were usual because it is devoted to ing: friend in the community phone call from her sister on I w"way you price. Come! In unil at The Telejfru/ ph. elect you' favorite ESTER.BROOK : .
bride and groom had: to !eave made for the Christmas pro Bible Study entirely. Sunday Friday afternoon :Monday who had been visit-I select your favorite KSTKItRKOOK I
the next dr.)'. Thanksgiving: gram Dates will be announ- Mffht Service at 7:15.: Wed- Mrs. Maude Johnson fminlalii pen. TKLKGKAPII. iountaln' pea. TEIJC-
was a ing with them from Tenne- :
Becky< morning, by plane for Fort ced later, .fELE-1 GU.\PII.
nesday night serviceat
prayer guest of her daughter and see for the holidays. She I fi It.\I'll brings r "ult..
Hood Texas where Donald, Is Don't forget! New Life Bible 7:30: is also devoted to .
V/VA1ugV iAAAA Ala son-In-law. Mr. and:! Mrs.George called to say that she had ar- I
stationed with the Army. Club. Tins Is Christian
a Bible Study.
McLaughlin for rived home and they had a
rurncii NEWS
Last Sunday was Mission! program for children In BRIDAL, SHOWER Thanksgiving.: I white Christmas already. She l lw r
Baptist Church
Hope was
Jovely for the candlelight\ Sunday. The last Sunday in trades Club 16. Is The held'New'' at Life Bible the- honored Miss Celita !' Bryant was Mr. and Mr. Joseph Lack- said the mountains were all ;w;; .-..,/ .Ar a : Easy To Own
Tuesday: night, Nov.
each month Is set aside oo le and family of Largo visited covered with snow. \ -
wedding of Miss! Celita Bryant I ; \r Z.4t
church after- /:;
on Monday
21. with a bridal shower given Mr. :
and : :
to Donald: Lee of Gainesville each one may have a part In I noons. .
by friends in the educa- on Saturday afternoon andwere .1 Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan ...
on Wednesday nilht.J 1\'ln/o/! to the Mission of their: Sunday School at 10 a. m. tional building of the church ( i 9IRE -; LONGCHAMP HOMES
guests for supper Satur- entertained ut a family get-
i There were games and prizes. ,
day night. togebher on ThanksgivingDay. ,_,+
Celita opened her Rifts and Mrs. Betty Breeden had to The regular Turkey i: CX u. ..': '... Custom Built
,. after that refreshments were make several! tiring trips to dinner was served at noon.
served Among the Ruestswere Gainesville this past week to also at night! supper to the SPRAYINGSPANISH
Mrs :Marjorie Bryant see the doctors for checkups. following guests: Mr and Your Plans Or Ours .
g. t the bride's mother, and Mrs. Mrs. Marjorie Packham Mrs. Jasper Bennett and family
Lillian Pear.iof.: of Gainesvillethe has been sick for several Clearwater; Mr and Mrs. Your Lot Or Ours
s groom's mother, days. Hope she Is feeling better Nervell Horne and girls MI-
Mark Kersey Is asking soon. ami: Mr. and Mrs Glen MOSS KILLS HOME IMPROVEMENTS
t t about poor King his collie Those enjoying: a good 1 Stanley and sons of Jack REMODELING: ALTERATIONS
dOll King: lm been missing/ home cooked Thanksgiving sonville. :Mr. and Mrs. Arthur TREES;
fir a couple of weeks. Anyone dinner nt the home of Von- Mllllkln. Ocala: Mr and Mrs. 3-BEDROOM HOMES
seeing him please call 473- Cille Oriffls.were her father. Glen MllUIln.\ : Gainesville:
4435. Thank YoufSIGHTSEEING L. V. Williamson, and Miss Hazel Phillips. Miss Elizabeth It beautiful
TRIP mother. Glnrlvi Williamson : Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. imotderj shade FOR SALE NOW
Its great tolet/ up before brother Glen Williamson. Mr. D. J. Phillips; and daughter, frees and fruit bearing' tree by
day when the world is still and Mrs. Willie Hers y. Mr. Oilnesville. restricting breathing Florida Pest" Small Down PaymentIN
asleep as! I found out. in the and Mrs. Clyde: Hf-r iev and Those attending from Control Is equipped to kill It for
i j early hours of Saturday Df-nlie. Thomas O'Brlnn. Pat I EttarkeIo'l'e\ Mrs Ruby you, protect your Investment PINEDREEZE SUBDIVISION AND
morning as I was .f11kl9'trip !! a Welch. Jerome Orlffis. Wil- Johns :Mrs. "'t'l1s.o.fr.: and This expert service Is lust as neor EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION
to Orlando."with" liam. Beckv and David New- Mrs. L. M.. Gaines and sons. as your phone. Simply call/
family. We had a lovely trip. ham also Mrs Augusta Tea- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby. I
We visited the zoo in Sanford Clue from Johnson City. Anna Ruth and:! sons Mr. and FLORIDAPEST Contact
on the way down. We Tenn Mrs. Teapue 'was a Mrs. Harold Crews and chil-
DRIVE-IN BANKING took flowers and placed themon guest at the home of her sis- dren. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie! CONTROL BUFORD MITCHELLOffice
mv father's grave also my ter and brother-in-law.: Mr. Mundorf.Ir.. and Mrs. CHEMICAL CO. Phone 969. 281 P. O. Box 238

CAN SPOIL A GIRL! grandparents. We visited Mr. and Mrs! Clyde Kersey. Wayne Mundorf and children 140 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla.
with all my aunts. uncles ror ThanltKIi1! tng, : ., ---. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank DIAL
., > and cousins on .the 'Newham ':. Mrs; Teairue and' Broadway. Mr. and Mrs. Percy I
should have about parting Siefert We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Ace
girl to '
Why a *
worry side! of the family and stayed'I and Mrs. Clvde Hersev. and Sullivan Jr.. Percy Sullivan 964-3965 ; .
space, how she looks, or how rushed she is for | late after dark so we couldi Denise! William Becky and Sr. Miss Dorothy< Mills Mr. I, ;I. You? If Not JOIN TODAY!

time when she can bank in a//iffy-at our drive. i see the beautiful colored David Newham drove to Orlando and: Mrs. :M. Z. Sullivan Mr I
in teller window-right from her car, regardless I lighted fountain they have in for the day Saturday. and Mrs. Felix:' Sullivan andDouglas. II j +pw
the middle cf Lairs Eola. They '
were Ivinchron
guests I'I'In
of weather. Our drive-in service can spoila I
The lights turn nil colors as of Mrs. Ben Newham and also the afternoon the "
girl-and a boy, too. Uso ill the water sprays up In the I visited D". Charlotte !awing friends came: Mr. fOl'l 5 .'
air about 25 feet or more. It : Gure! and :Mr. and Mrs. Ma-I I Mrs. Flut Newton and O j
i I was so beautiful! Newham while in -: ters of Merritt Island Mrs.
PERSONALS Mrs. Daisy Cuendet has! I Daisy Johnston. Houston. I e '1 E:: R 4q Ty ;:
Mr. and Mrs. J D. Orlffis gone to Virginia and Maine Texas. and Mrs. Belle Brown. ,I ., .
FLORIDA I had at guests! on Thanksgiving on vacation: and to visit! | TTamnton. '''
ing the following: Mr. friends. She will be back for .'M\, ,' i" .'..
and Mrs. R. O. Zelgler of Christmas.Mr. I : .." "' ,- .,....
Gainesville. Mrs. Rhoda and :Mrs. Wavne Her- . "? ..4
"' .
BANK I At STARKEOne 1 I Dampier, Mr. ': ;'t. :!:
and Mrs. W. sev of Gainesville visited + i ir
I :
E. Dampier Mr. and Mrs. with his father Clyde Hersey, ; ttI ;:

of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Sidney. W. Orlffis Jr.. SidneyW. on Saturday.Mr. I .. ... .,, ,j'. '. ... fyra
Grills Sr. and daughters! and Mrs. Jerry Stylesof
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Brenda and Carole and Jessie Knoxville.! Tenn. visited ,, .'lilt. .. ,' ,"\ .. f ,'J/..."' t "
Lee all of Starke. Mr. amt, Mrs. : 4
Airs Jessie Jones of Per- wood recently.; Alford Under- i '. "., ",..1.\ ,.,pj ." ""a ,\ :-. ,1..t.,.:

day L to V. return Williamson to Andros left Sun-Island lull J { .. I,"'.'5{':"'O.'(',t 1; .',;""I.,.iII'v.!.':( :,. .. ,.f'... '.. .

THE where he Is working. ... ':;. : .''..j'
Before flylnn from Imeson Charley .

SHOE RACK I and and Airport:Mr.Mrs.he and Leon visited Mrs.with Tomlinson George Mr. E. ? L' c' : Z"J'r"AI" M ('1 .

Ezell of Jacksonville. Johns to-
Mr. and Mrs. Iv"7" :rI'
Dennis De- J '
l-; Witt visited with Mr. De- \fl.;
i Across From Post OrficeSTJHKE'S '
h ONLY EXCJ.U3I'BSIIOE Witt's father. J. H. DeWltt. : o., .11r.: '
of Samsula for the holidays, I .j'Th C'o .. J
f1. .
STORK \ ,. .
Mr. DeWltt's brother James.!,'about this question: !: ;'"'
and family from Varnvllle, S.

C.Mr..were ana there: Url also.Junior Her "My wouldn't neighbor think of says taking he a r > : '1' ;:

I e3"R sey entertained with a I trip without a Trip-Acci- Po 4b 1.1 E e 1 r

w Thanksgiving dinner for her cident Policy, because of I : :,., ."' ,
mother. Mrs. 1\IInnl6 Johns, the hazard of auto traffic, .. r
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and brother and family. Mr. i and boat or sports acci : : \ Yj;
and Mrs. ChAI'lie1ohns.. of I dents. Docs your agency 'I
s. Stark!! have such Trip-Accident

sey Mr.and and Martin Mrs.'bf DewKt Gainesvilleand Her- insurance for any trip extending .. M THe \a Jd :

Mr. and Mrs. Bill 'Flakesand from 3 days to O
several months?
Debbv of Jacksonville
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had Thanksgiving dinner .t. '" .'
with Mrs. Iln'sev's an>:}! Mrs. Charley E. Johns '" '

Flakes' parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. .
f D Payton. Also. visitingthe Agency

Pnyton'K brothels" were Brady Mr. Paton's Pay-,'-', 131: S. Walnut St. I Co NT1 TELeG/ 4 :

ton from Aiken, S. '"
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I 1eN eomfoed.g wonJarbe: 1nOf' .s.r.-e, '-., :;;, -I.
,..IiI ty of.mankind. i it but a pall of the .. : \.. '.) --.- '
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Iprocesa 0111"1.eep CIa tht way 1 \ '..o"
leG immortality, Dying 10 the good fi...

IlDado ia butt.brief.kep,hen which 1 : ., .i ;: i
I"wakes 10.pertactioa sod fullness 1 ,,. .
t\ for life ii. e< everyone Selling lDOOusneaa i... 10 a. a. 'f.'
\ end buain_ Whca dw need arises a.we a
s on Santa's list like 10 help our friend M.IK'm'lDOriab 1
that ./. both appropriate b
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f ti i$411$
,.' :: I If you're seeking to succeed as i '

Santa you'll find the right answers Rosier Monument Co. e-et'' ;., '
-s I 7, herein our giftworthy group of s'. 1',

8 t 'slipper for everyone, for Christmas. 411 WEST MADISON STREET WtiL\!:: do'' .." t ..

-- See FLORIDA ,
styles and colors STARKE
: galore!. j .. n
1. .tll-Lewther :- Pink Blue Illk. 1.99 PHONES: '
.' 2. Cozy-Felt Supper Leather Tip Office 969.1261 Home 782-3633; '
I'ompom ___.--__ ____.___ -.--.1,99 Home Owned and Operated By i )'f.( o : 'iJ.
I. (ilrln tilo\ I.eathersloe Fur Col- X.? v ; '! '?
. Lrr .___.__ _- -______ ______- )'.) MARVIN ROSIER : 'r--.. ., \ C"l'.r1: ,
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'o"eo'ilove l Leather Moo Fur 'rt \ '. .(
Collar. ___._._.-.._____.. '___. .1.99 CONVENIENT TERMS-SMALL DOWN PAYMENT ,; ',. : : .'; : : .. .
5. ".. '. ___ i. .
.ne Corduroy Uppers 2.90 UP TO :36 MONTHS TO PAY : :5' '. -11':'.
II.Iena: Slur. Style Uppers Browo .3.U9: ro' 'L" 'r ro:;. ,' ,.. \loi'
I. Meal Roods SoUd Cooifort..--__4.99 We Offer Complete Cemetery Lot Care And Cleaning ,. 3
r ai, .f\U" !Soft! Lea. CuiUiou. Crepe| Sole ,i. .t3. :r .. si-8 .,,'. "'

-... -...-- --. .. -- SUpper,- .....,,._-_-____-_-_.._._._-......._._.......4.99.-. .. .. -. Also _lie-erecting, .-_And. -Cleaning_. Of :Monuments. < ,,.' --' .10.. .L.., .'*'" .0.;.1+.::1:'\.-rS 'f.+



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Blanchard. Z.W.. HAMILTON
the often I IV rnrvri .J! IM.P.'H' (''unl. Notice In herhy nlM-n that I llnnombln Thornn A. Yawn,
i room. Start early in day them with an easy conscience and Mrs Leslie Phillips ". THOMAS & PIKRCM:
IN .\M> POM IlllI>K >ltlc has filed '
my final I n turn an County Jiitlio of Bradford Attorney at LAW
to set it with holiday linens Choose red or green
< and of Jacksonville '01 M'1"%'. pi.niimt. .
I sons \lmlnlntrntnr rum ti-xtamanto (rotinty Florid* for approval P. O. Drawer 1030
NEWS And NOTES .,x. cake plates, eggnog bowl and napkins for a white cloth or visited Mrs. O. J. Phillips I In re: R_tntp of iinm-xo of Inn Kmnto of John uf mild final' n turn and for an starke Florida
the with lohn '\'. I'lnhnlBfr cloceawllli W Jrflnholflter. d"c"axed l ], that IhaM order of dl..trlhullnnIn.1 fur
room. Start early in day pale pink napkins a 11110| 4t 12/1
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. .. .. .. .
> > ul tltl KnrFliinl fllnil ,
.. Finnic l n my p 'tltl"n fur illxtniniil'in final' elite hiirifi an ndrlnlstrabr '
For Today's Homemakers cups and your prettiest 1Iver I gold cloth for a more sophisticated Phillips' sister Mrs. L. H. "I l.i>h,ru. off Aitmliiltriilup *,- mil r,..1, rinnl. IIIHiin I or the ratite of. .I I.tin W
Bring out the fruit cake. I approach. Add a tier- were vlsltln Mis: Stile Min- ..K. <.. ami' tli'it ?n n.. ...mi,,'.r.,. !J' nil..IHI. r. dsari c ) A CliMHiaeil; Ad In the 'IELEGR.PU
By Martha Sue McCain Everything ready and all ed stand to hold small goodies er Sunday. I", J I''I' ,',:. I Nall, uVph. '' ''S t n. ;N;?\" ,,rh i..'r ".'I: l MI|,; bring reaulrs.OVENTIE .

that remains to do later is or a single silver or crys- Thanksgiving: guests of the
County Extension serve the eggnog! at a moments tal candelabrum for a pretty James C. Knight family were I ----

Home Economics Agent notice. Even this can be (flow Or your "piece de re- Mrs. Knight: mother. Mrs
1uP d prepared well ahead and sistance"! might be a silver
C. M. Moneyhan of Wescon-!
..;Q- ''-1 brought to the table as need- bowl of fl'esi"fruit., combiningthe nett her brother, E. A. Mon-

BE PREPARED FOR I gracious atmosphere every ed. Everyone will enjoy this! reds and greens of ap- eyhan of Arlington and:! her
HOLIDAY "DROP-INS" I homemaker wants to create! casual bat warm welcome ples, grapes and cranberries. sister. Mrs. R. C. For re lls, of
Welcome guests with a i during the holidays when ready and waiting. Silver table pieces will shine Fort Lauderdale. They enjoyed I
"Hospitality Table.: The very friend drop in. And' it Is,I Christmas tablecloths are brightly throughout the a wild turkey dinner.Mr. .
word hospitality has an easy simple enough, from, the so dramatic these days that holidays without need for and Mrs. Tiny: Taylor,
charm. It implies a spontan- standpoint cf both time and )little decorative assistance is repeated polishing if washed of Mlddleburg were Friday I I
eous welcome, which is no money. needed from other props. often with hot soap or deter- afternoon visitors of Mr. and
way dependent upon elabor- For your "hospitality cen-l i Even the most elaborate de- gent': suds and rinses, then Mrs. L. S. Tanner and fam '
ate fixings or lengthy pie- ter" use th> dining table or1 slsns are Intended for the buffed: with a llntless cloth. ily.

paratlon. This is the sort of a large table In the living washing: machine so use: Holiday design china it Weekend visitors of Mr. PAR RinG
be of course-Is
may plastic
J .1 ana: Mrs. H. C. Wainwright
I inexpensive and serves a decorative their
were son and daughte1'Inlaw sills6 4
as well as utilitarian ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
DUNLOP QUALITY COSTS NO MORE! I purpose. Be sure to choose Wainwright and Jerry O'-
tablecloth and plates: or a
Hara all of Eaton Park,: 0s
punch bowl set with regardto their daughter. Mrs. Patricia

1ST LINEDUHLOP their motifs and colors. In Waters, and daughters, and : OFFEnDERSBAIL
order to make the table appear -
Mack Saunders of Jacksonville -,
as a harmonious pic- .

ture.You Mrs. Wainwridht. Mrs.
will naturally expectto
LOW PROFILE Waters and daughters were(!
table set-
ue your holiday dinne
Sunday guest of Mrs

GOLDUSEAL;! ; many tings and years appointments to come. HO treat for and Wainwrlght's sister.\ Mr.! brother-In-law and :Mrs. Al) 'EM
MOUNTING them with and tiur napkins care.for Examinecloth stains Perser Mr. and In Mrs Jacksonville.Buddy Taylor SAVE NOW!

FULL 4 PLY SIZE FED. I I guest Immediately has gone after and the treat last weekend of wlf.i Bartow: Mr. and spent:Mrs the -:::T- I U I

TAX PRICE them right way. Then gen
T REX Ed Starling and family.
eral laundering in warm soap Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T Customers Arc
NO THUMPING: : 4 650. 3 1.83 16,80 or "detergent suds can waltfC1l' L. WainwrlKht during the Being Summoned To "BAIL-OUT" These "Ar-
weekend' were Louie Lee
775-14 2.20 20.10Alignment I FOODS Wainwright and family of restina Values", in Used Carsfot the Following Listed Are
Front End FOR DECEMBERSmart Tallahassee JackValn- ,

775.15 2.21 20.10 shoppers look for wright of Waycross, Oa, and Guilty of Overtime Parking and Have Been Taged With
i plentiful foods: and watch for Vfr.. and Mrs. Maurice Lang- Heavy
I the most favorable prices In ford and his mother. Mrs. Fines! Some Have Been
SPECIAL! 825-14 2.36 22.00 I their local markets. According Alice Langford. of Lake Butter Before Some Are First Offenders -

i. to latest forecasts from Mrs. Langford Is Mr.
'erect Ouster and Camber 855.14 2.57 24.20 the U. S. Department of Wainwrlght's sister.
Set To In Toe Out. BaJ- I Agriculture t-roller-fyers: will
John of Florida
anre 2 Front TlrnRr Above Pikes "lth Trade In and Tire Off Your Car. head the December plentiful
Add $3.00 for Spite Walla.w list The )list also Includes Southern College spent the
weekend with his BALDWIN
*. $10.95 $ [.88 grapes, raisins, winter pears.. and Mrs. J. C. Tye.parents.Mr. and CHEVROLET PAYS THE FINE!

Buy Any Firestone Tire In StockAU pork and canned calmon. Pamela Miss Dorothy Nixonof

AU lAbor and PurtH Guar- Broiler-fryers are a good Starke was a Thanksgiving YOU GET
uitml. Hurts and Labor (.>t 2nd The. \LF-PRICK Plus Tax and :I protein buy and are the feat- dinner guest. Other THE CAR OF YOUR CHOICE FOR THE"BAILOUT"
Extra If Needed. RvroppuUe Tire Nation Wide Rood Hazard ured item -)n the December weekend visitors! were Mr.
Guurunttt for Life of Tread No Time Limit. plentiful food list. .
and. Mrs. Fred L. Roberts
Winter pears Bosc, AnJou and family erd Mr. and Mrs PRICE!

and Cornice varieties will B. Keith and family
Shop Early Robert
i. be available in December of Jacksonville. Mr. and :Mrs.George .
RaisinsWhite raisins are Atkinson and familyof
: Ideal for white fruit cake callingon Original
Jacksonville BailOut
( were
USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN I fruit salad and fruit cup. Saturday af tea'noon. DESCRIPTION Price Fine Price
Salmon Inventories
Mr. and Mrs John C. Tye
: large because of a sizeable
QUALITY :MKRCHANDISK. REASON attended the marriage{ of '
PRICKS AND BEST SERVICE IN I carry-over from last years Miss Celita Bryant to Don 64 Chevy Impala Station
Firestone 9 j I heavy pack. Many packersare Lee at Hope Baptist Churcb Wuiron Full Power and Air Condo> $$2,195.00 $$500 00 $1,695.00
W. Mndlxun St. Starkr. Flo. planning) special: adver- at Theressa Wednesday .
tising and promotional; campaigns -

so watch for specials night.Mr. and:! Mrs. Marvin Rosier -I '64 Fairlane Wagon

au.uuua.u.uuu.LAWTEY and Steve. Mrs. H. 1-1.1' Power Steering Power Brakes $1,795.00 $400.00 $$1,395.00.8
Brice of Lawtey. Mr. and \'- Auto. Trans nnd Air Concl.
Mrs. Floyd Rosier and fam-
I Lay-Away Now For ChristmasUTOOf1hHuhllS ily of KIssimmee. and Mr. '64 Chevy Impala 4-Dr.
. and Mrs. Burton Rosier and : $1,995.00 $400.00
IIT., Power $1,595.00
fljr Enza Blancharduuuuuu.uu. family of Palatka were Steering, Power
Gem Jewelry .... a Thanksgiving dinner guests Brakes P. & II, Tilt Wheel',
: Power Seat
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE of Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier -
109 K. CALL STREET STARKE FLORIDA The of annual the Lawtey membershipdrive PTA Is Mrs. H W. Bennett gave a '63 Ford 9-Pass Wagon

being conducted under the family dinner on Sunday. Power Steering I Power Brakes, $1,795.00 $450.00 $1,345.00
direction of Mrs. Milo Smith Nov. 20. honoring the respec- 1C & If. V-8 Auto. Trans., Air
tive birthday anniversaries
PIEKCED chairman and Ed McGee
WATCHES of Douwlas Bennett: of the '63
EARRINGS I co-chairman. Teachers' have State Farm Carol: Darley of Rambndar! : r SOLD
; $ 995.00
the Instructed soliciting the In students home,to and Starke. anJoey) Bennett ( $$350.00 $ 645.00

Enjoying this happy occasionwere
BULOVA A PARKER we hope to gain a Rood num- '
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 63
ber of parent members I Impala Coupe

ELGIN i( PEN SETS REMINGTON: ; CHURCH Once Methodist ACTIVITIES- Sunday Darley Mrs. John of Bennett Starke,and Mr.Nan-and Radio & Heater: 6 Cjl. Standard $1695.00 $595.00 $1,100.00

of State Farm and Lon-
AND School. 9:45 Worship, 11 a.
: : '
Roll-A-Matic nie Prescott of Klngsley 62 Corvair
BOREL 4-Door
m. and 7:30: p. m.; Prayer
DESK SETS SHAVERS Circle Monday 9pm. Jun- Lake.Mr... and Mrs Bryant Reddish Radio & Heater $ 895.00 $$400.00 $ 495.00
ior MYF, Wednesday 6 p. m.
spent Thursday!( !In Tallnhassee' )
..... ,...,.. followed by choir _practice. .
4 i*.-' **-..e. r+. with their !son-in- 61 Falcon Wagon "
Only $f9 and senior MTTF law and! daughter Mr and $ 795.00 $395.00 400.00
We Do Our Own Engraving First Baptist Sunday :Mrs J. O.. Pons :Mrs Reddish Heater and d'ood; Tires
School 10 a. m. Worship 11
remained for a longer/
a. m. and 7:30: p. .Training '
Union 6:30: p. m. Midweek visit 66 Chevy BiscayneRadio
Little Miss Nancy Bennett ; $$1,995.00 $500.00 $1,495.00
ELGIN services Wednesday 7:30: p. attended a birthday party Heater t 6 Cyl. Manual Shift

SPECIAL Charm. m.Rev. !given in honor of her cousin
Decorator Wall Bracelets B.was W. guest Burns of speaker Jacksonville Mike Prescott by his mother '65 Impala' 4-Dr. H.T.Air .
Mrs Vaughn/ Prescott at her 2395.00 $400.00 1995.00
LADIES 1 Sunday morning and evening 1 and Power, Clean
CLOCKS KlngHlev Lake home on Sat
RE\IINGTON: and Charms He and his family were urdav. Nov. 19.

PRINCESS AND dinner gut-SG. of Bryant E. Mrs Clara: Olson of Jacksonville '61 Volkswagen Sedan
ReddKh.: $ 495.00 $345.00 $ 150.00
SHAVERS Transistor Radios ZIPpO on I Church Of God Sunday spent Thanksgivingwith AS IS X
her sister' Mrs. Lee R.
School 10 a. m. Worship 11
Green and Mr. Oreon
Only $1 0.99 Diamond d Sets LIGHTEN a. m. and 7 p. m.. YPE Wednesday '57 Ford 4-Door
t I. 7:30: p. m.. Prayer A Classified Ad In the TELE-': $ 495.00 $345.00 $ 150.00
service Friday 7:30: p. m. On.ll'll Brings rflluU"HERE READY -

I Highland Baptist Sunday .
DIAMOND $47.50 I School 9:45: a. m., Worship '
up Largest Selection 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. 56 Chevy 4-Door $ 395.00 $$295.00 $ 100.00
PENDANTS Of Choir Practice 6:30: p. m. V-8, Auto. Trans, Radio & Heater

$14.95 upDINNER BRITISH I E'.fk: E Prayer 7:30 Highland:Rev.p. James m.Baptist services Walker Church Wednesday can of '55 O Plymouth 4-Door CLEAN. $ 695.00 $400.00 $ 295.00

STERLING be heard on radio on Sundayat

ID'S 1::30. Station WZOK '59 Cadillac I FleetwoodFull
r'IS' 995.00 $300.00 695.00New.
BYSPEIDEL 1\ Jacksonville 1320 on your I $ $
RINGS FOR BOTH I dial. Power anil Air i Cond.. Like

I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas New. One Owner.
LADIES ASI> ''> .fri
Birthstone of Hendfrsonvllle.! N. C.
anj sons were Saturday over-
RINGS SPEIDEL GENTS night guests of the W. F. Jim Lawson -- Harold Yarbrough -- Ermic Jones For A
Moore family. They were en- THE
PRINCE route to their winter home In Wonderful Deal!
Watch Bands d
t It.MAN
Mr. and Mrs. Moore, the

WEST AUTOMATIC: BEND WE HAVE LEATHER GOODS Tom Thomas Micky Casey family Moore and Mr.and and children Reynee Mrs. Bank Rate Financing Flexible Terms Low Down\ Pay-

Ear Piercing Moore attended the usual

Percolators COO-COO Boyer home of family David reunion Boyer at and the TO CALL FOR THE BEST : ments Discounts Up To $$1,000.00 On '66 New ChevroletsAnd

Only $8.95 ServICe CLOCKS family In Ocala on Thanks- BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE i
rivlnsr Of
course. Papa Boyer -
was there and the centerof MERRITT H'WILLIAMS Demonstrators
attraction as usual. A
WE Buy At great number of relatives attended -

GIFT WRAP WOODBURN'S GEM JEWELRY Miss this Elizabeth-vent. Terry 117 N. Wali.ut St.

spent Thanksgiving with her Phone 961-5391 BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc.

FREE sister Mrs. C. E. Strickland, ...,.......... ., fit
Where Service Is Guaranteed in Gainesville. sum'. eulatl 1 1'I' U.S. 301 NORTH, STARKE, FLORIDA PHONE' 9643900TlIURSDAV
Miss Arthurlne Blanchardof .
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= Jacksonville spent the .-
weekend with MJsa\ Enza, t I''

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"! ALL FLAVORS $ ; Southern ;'J Gold r :"-\ .
: Biscuit j Medal ... ,
J 12-oz. Cans U j i k 5-LB. BAG 5-LB. BAG ti
"! '! ,. '.. '... ... ... ..-....... .. ..,,,.. ; FLOUR
'V'i --..... -- -TO' -"------'-.:- -..,L...'.I'1. ---.O.-""" ".""If..:"'!.f! J _I'_ __
3lb. ASTOR-Limit 1 Shortening of Your Cholc. with' $5.00 Orderortening 1 i. #!\
f j

3-lb SNOWDRIFT-Umt! 1 Shortening of Your Choice with $5.00 Order .

Shortening 79tRoo 3S.2 Z.OELMONTE' "

WIMM.Dixie' noon
1Me.-toPreiaMr-ua' '
,,,- Catsup 4/$1
", ",' :/ 1 < ..

w" SUPERBRAND + Raisins. 4/l/


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LARGEG ocktaiI 4// i.

Reg. 3/l]..No. 2Ya. Can DEL MONTE SLICED & HAV.

!Ib\\ 5 Peaches. 4/51./

w +
x Reg. 31.46oz DEL MONTE FRUIT
: ;Ftd7fksAAOE ;

r Dcz] -. ,? a *Fstr Fr. Drinks 4 1$I..i .

w Reg. 39? 15J4-oz. SWIFTS

r } a MT6 r t Chili w/Beans/ 3/1./

Reg.39*..No.Vi Cans DEL .

1-lb .DEL MONTEPrunes Reg. 27..No. 303 Can DEL MONTE Early Garden Tuna 3/$1. Beans 4//$ 1.

3//$1. Peas 4/$1./ Feg. 29*..No. 303 Can DEL MONTE Reg. 29, #303 Con DELMONTE Italian GREEN

....23'..No..303 nDeJM .
303 Can
41/ $1. Beans
Corn 41.New / .
Spinach 6/1./ it4\

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CREST Extra Larg* 681 (SAVI 1101.FomJlSi.ISAVE, ( 1701) 88 t 7
TOOTHPASTE 78* Dryer 8 I I : A Chase lASr0AF0 111
'. GLEEM' ..Ex.Lg .68*(SAVE 110))..Family SIn(SAVE 17") CARLYLE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC ) A tor 1 1 tANI
: /, 5
J ;
78* aa ; n rn ,
Blanket '.
SAVE 111..KING SIZE COLGATI . 8 .1{ 0 1-Lb. CAN 1-Lb. CAN '
SHAMPOO 88* # 6 j ;
SHAMPOO . .88- i
88 1
Steam Iron ; ...
SAVI 3111.ANTISEPTIC 1"-a. SIZi . i
HAIR TONIC . 88; Can '488 1 c p's WITH J5 00 ORDER.
11! r ;.
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IppCRSDAt. PEC. 1. I960 BK.IOFOKD COUNTY TE........".... ST.UtKE. FLORID.V ...... .... w .'PR tMI1I71RIV: AeAI

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W-D BRAND r \ save 4r

i GROUND i: This I week.... s: .".;:, {:.x'i\: \_ ;rf.' '

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GET YOUR iJ t 1i1\ J I rti
B I E F ,, .. .., --
BONE WHITE .A "\':!'\\ 'iTl: '''%f ::7'i''f.:\' ;! ;\\i''r-r-\1\i\;'' ; \ \ ;l\\: '' ; ;:
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Each of Shef rMuq : ;a':_
: field will b* 'ItJlfII' = : ; FILI d'M1 AThot!

I I ftff fust( 9t. for ; :' t,: :: ;
$ each
/ pur
: + ..
9 9 entitled to 1L' '.; ;;? ,, ,, .. ,,,, ,, ,,,,, ...., .. o.I/o w" 'Hh
L / one piece. at this. low price. :j\;"ii"".Si'ri'''';' :;,; .",,,,,,,,,,,,: "" .-'\'?. s.to I Dinner Plato I 19d I iS PYKIIW

.1 There's no limit.: ; .with a : tI"atl.\fI\\ \: .... Breed & With E.cb
':: l; : I I 9- I ..
$10 purchase you can get 12.17 BYiecesandwon tter Plate u. Pu..h.W
only' ?.\\ir\\\r-\\\\\\\\\ ;\\\\ \\\\\\\\\li\\\t\\\b\i'\\lilli\1\\\ \\\ \;;\;\ \\\ \\; \\ ri .r\\l\\f';\:\\ ,:"
two ::\ \ f* W. f. j. Dec. Dessert Wltft Lda
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with $5 :'\l\\1\l\:\; \ ;rI "'" -
r..__._.._._.._................., : every purc'-ase'' \ \ \\\\-t1ll'...' :

... .. M PORK
: IEXTRA: : .,'
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.0 I: # ON 8-L. r*" : LB.it
i- "A" FRYER?
OOO f *
:......LT.:LO.aL...::=::..!J Canned 10-Count CRACKIN, BISCUITS* GOOD 6/49 l-Ib. Fo. BOB WHITISLI.

++ COOKIES 39 .
f *


a r Rib Steak La 88'


'! Steak LB. S 8 i


'a Sirloin Steak -98*




r Roast. 48'.

I 49 ,

LI I Ribs .. 38 Stew LB. 28



SALE --- -- u. S. NO. 1 REGULAR I.
------- MORTON
10 G' 49
ALL\ FLAVORS MORTON (Except Blueberry) aA I

PKG.HONEY. Corn 8 "" 59* aia
. j',

i CREAM PIES . 19 4 1e" 49
Apples lAG CREAM 1
MORTON (l>kg. of 18))

f: DANISH Oranges 8 :to' 49*

PECANMORTON TWIST "%G. 79* l yfl kv

, ,ENGLISH Muffins *..29{ Grapes' 2"". 3 9* v h !4-Gal. .

MORTON (Pkg. of 3 LeavedBREAD ) .,
2/39/ 1
MORTON Lettuce . .
Muffins 39x
Blueberry FRESH. CRISP w 1

j ,ALL FLAVORS AT MORTON DINNERS 2/89x/ Cucumbers 5/39x/




MEAT ..... .. .. ................ ...... ..................
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; ASTOR I EXTRA d GREEN" STAMPS :: + EXTRA 06'.c.R"i.!( .STAMPS. :: I EXTRA oi7t....GREEN. ." STAMP S /I I EXTRA 41,GRlEN;... !' .STAMPS... :: I EXTRA 4)!.GREEN! .t STAMPS: :: IEXTRA I .!. ..". ::I
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-THE REAL THING"JUICE I ft runcHAM wa.or.l.oo .I j Ix '010"OIXIK, ',*OAKLINaCak f-OZ' Pa.. :. *J CHOC two A 11 VANILLA I 4it WOMTH Or : 4 Mixes 1 Swell l FrortlngtOOO 1 ," PwLNV I 'R..t: IMMU ox > / I.- THNU' OBC. .,S.. 1

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I I Hodd7..1/ODl.fA'nn.h III a rxat. I: I 1{ Sirloin C..O..D.Stocks :; j( Coffe.HICH'Rkh ;: -f}. Bacon. ; 44StuCffedAA.MATFlounder'% tHHU DIIC 1 i I ,';.t3I. ..Cube THMU.SteaksOOU O...C:: .* :
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i Staxke and Mr. Gainesville and W. Swindell on Saturday. and Ra- I I Jones and Mrs' E.. D. Drydenof l'l"Mi r.'itii.Mt| mill "n Ipiol I BROOK fountain pen. TKLJEGKAPII. I A ClitHHlflnl Ad In the TELKK.PII :-
? .... .. ...? tic Priest of daughter of Friends of Mrs. Julia Max- Mrs. Drew Sweat *lil! .oil, ildioxll'. ..I' I U. 'n" renult
David Allen of Haddock and family and Mrs.R. :: Luke City. and Mrs. Agnes (> brings
I and Mrs. I Arnold well Turk will be grieved to mona visited Mi. seta of puma end "' I
HAMPTONBy Washington D. C. were dinner were Thanksgiving guests of learn of the death of her J. Reeves in Hahlra Ga. :I Donley of Washington D. C. ,'n,Ilonll be 1"11'1 forwarded pri.jui exprofm -twill ,.' --

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson. husband Raymond Turk on Thanksgiving That afternoon they visited rolled Ueni'iul,

11n.Iary: William Henry Hlnson and family on Mrs Oeorxe:; Williams and Nov. 22.Mrs. Mrs. Harold Yarbroughand Mrs. Gordon Jones and Mrs. prnl .ContrtirturH' lire, riMiui'Hteil I two, ,< JiI'ontnii'tui'H U. S. GOOD
of Carmel Pierce in Macclenny.
Mrs. Williams
Thanksgiving.Mrs. Frank \ Roy Williams\ attended daughtel'9left Thursday to rvtnrn, the plimllllll '
fcAAA.tAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA* J. D. Peyton and Gainesville attended a shower afternoon for a visit with Mr Mr. and Mrs. Michael UpeflflrlltllHlH, l I.l>..
daughter (If Keystone at Raiford on Tuesday the 60th vedding anniversary and MI'.. J. C Odom and Dobbs had as Thanksgiving mall UM.. Houn an. 'P..MMIIII.itfter "
:Mr and Mrs. t f ifldH l i
of her parents:; in Monti- |
01 Alachu.i, are the Heights visiting night for other relative!?! in Qlennville. Mr. and Mrs. "r"hlt.rr..'i'xlrrri<... r.."? I nlrefund 'i
DvteW nnon RhodenyedtGlen cello on Thanksgivingday. UeCruw'fo9d BEEF
proud patents of a baby girl and MI''''. Swindell:1 Mrs. Ella Mrs Frankle Jean Keys of Oa. They returned Saturday.Mr. and family of R Hubonti'ncturH., \'< n SALE I

Zirw Beth burn' Nov. 19. Ma- Sunday. McIntosh enterer' the Brad- Ft. Myers moved In her trailer and Mrs Drew Sweat Hellbronn. Mr.. and Mrs. Rudolph dora l it;...' .: For. piling .UM.
Hppl'Il'h..tI"n.' tU H11l'- a.Iractul'N "
Darlene ford last had Mr. Stokes and baby of <
Mr. Sherry Norman. County Hospital as weekend guests
ternal grandparents' are out at Hampton lake last I vendors, .1,
and Mrs Lester McCullouRh Norman aid Donna Faye week,. and Mrs. J. A Bradford of Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs.i the dp1>o.11111 the -MMliollum "- CHUCK ROAST OR
and paternal Crawford accompanied Mr. week.Mrs.. Walter Mouch of To- Miami and Mrs. R. J. Reevesof Ray Cawthorn of Pensacola (SilV.UO' ) punt !
of Hampton
of LB. .59c
Thanksgiving guests nul\"H tax If the plan STEAK -
grandparents are Mrs Velma Mrs. Carl Clark and familyto ledo. Ohio is visiting her Mrs T. F. Brown were Mr. Hahlra. Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Wil J and MpeclftratlonM ,illturned .... -
the Big Ape Club conven- Mr. and Mrs. James Addison kinson. In front cunditt, i<
Hill Newbery and Mr. son-in-law and daughter Mr.
of and Mrs. C. R. Moore of Wllllston. within five (A) ditSt l nil' ALL MEAT STEW Lb. 69c
tion !in Jacksonville last Sat had as Wednesday overnight Bruce. Randy and Mason .
and and
Charlie Young of Dover. Mrs. Paul Meng Mr. and Mrs.\ Gordon receipt of lililx I the r"i >
Bowers urday night.Mrs .. guests her sister and Mikell of D !and and Timmy t Auld will be 1'hll'l110 I I i
and Mrs Pat family.
Mr. Weest and suit> Bobby of Miami Cecil and Jenny Freeman of Melrose hurt <(<{10.nu) ,plus; ltpepoHll \" I RIB ROAST STEAK Lb. 79c
Daisy Moore Johnstonof family. Mr. and Mrs. or -
and family o' Eloise Moore of Valdosta\ I and MITT Daisy Moore rheikM shine I 10
Ch.tttanoOIlR'j' last Wilson and of Camilla. were Friday guests of A
Tenn.. Mr and Houston Texas spent baby etude imvalilc to tin >
and sister of Miami, Della Johnston of Houston Texas.
week with 1-er" aunt Mrs. T. Oa. Mike and Debbie Oriffls.MOTICK I'hltei't. RIB STEW Lb. 39c
Bowers and daughter of and John Hasan of Starke I "Mr." and "Mrs. R. A. Bran- C. !Si\pnrut !HheetM' : !S. |>..nlite -
Jacksonville Mi and Mrs. F Brown. Mrs L. J. Mlkell Jr. and I Mlf'i'tM Cur" dniMllll.,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. nen of Bedford Lake visited ,
"Mr. and Mrs. Frank WU- sons of Deland arrived or pllKen of IIIm'ltI'nU.| '' FRESH CROUNDHAMBURGER:
Ernest Noegel and Mrs Myr : :
his aunt Mrs T. F. Brown may be purchaHiM! true
Thursday "ntaht for a visit :Null. .' IH li.-ivliv IIVI'II| linn, till.r'hlt"'I." aH, rolln\\, 3 LBS. $1.00
Friday HOllll-ll l.liN, Will ho r..1\| ,., -
with her parents. Mr. and | ll" Inn I refniulM, ) :
the Bi.nril nr Piil.ll.- Innlru.-tlori. piawlnifd. -- $1 no p> .
Mrs. Earl Dobbs and other of tlradfiird. f'uuntv Klorlilii... al 3 taxSpeclfU'ittlonM .
I t1...TTVYnvytYTttBayless ahem plus % BRISKET STEW 3 Lbs. $1.00
relatives there Saturday. the nfrir* nr the Suporlntcndcntof : -- A.H' -
rul.ltc I InHinn-iliin of Hrulturd plUM :il'r; tilLNote
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Casonof Coimlv. P. O. Box ml, per piiKP ,
;J : : All reiiueHta' for plant* ami
the HtHrko. Kliirliln, ; nf to 7'10 T' .MK'HT ,
J Hiway Ormond''' Bench spent aperlti.tloll Hi.parndMlieBIn '
( : ) on 'the, day of. r> >ml '
i.e'i > MI. I II of ilruwlnnH 01pRKew
EARLY FALL holiday weekend with their SALECENTER
I 1:1.:! I'iBrt! for Iho i .nHII"II'II.. orlluinjitnn I uf Hperifli/ atlon PORK
parents. Mrs. Alice Cason and I'I'II1"lIt\.-\ HC..h..1| | shall lie made. through thiilflce >

t. { Bf Mri. O. E. Creabiuu..AAU.uu.uA.u Mr. and Mrs!! Theodore Rosier Hampton Uiuukiir' Junior Dorldii r I Unli YrhnnlItrvrnker : :. bid of l the Hhall Architect.lOach he uiiompiinluri .
and other relatives. Florida.
by a nahl'-i'-
Ht which 1 time 1 Aids Hhxll I.I."r",1 l CUT
Miss Beth Dobbs and Paul check r>r bill band In tin
'"nd ron CLEARANCE"tAMOUS ADl'LT TRAINING UNION Estes visited his! grandparents : "ri-i-flvoil:; ..ftcr tinH|>.<" .|Aryl tlni. amount payable ti> i 'the II"H.d. I. PORK CHOPS Lb. 69c
CLASS ENTERTAINEDMr Mr. and Mrs. Page in and. .ds..,.1.. will not I.! < ,'onHItI,-1'rd. I'ubllc I InHtriutlonJ <
IMtiiiH. xpoel It Ic'MtlonM.l nnil riinUa 1I'lulf"r.I C".nl0'1.,1", l lunH .
,. and Mrs Eldon Sapp! Orange Park for Thanksgiving <.t doftttiK-niH' may he pxmnln- evldeni.1"* "f good I'll.' .1l'10 FRESH ORSMOKED
.... were hosts:> at a covered dish I ISUPPC1' dinner. | cit In. t 11."t..I4.\ .. ut T..m H. ;Alofiran. and gnu ran t..eIii,. .that th'mirceBBfill PICNICS Lb. 39c
Architect 22411 llwy 17 .
their home on fir. and MM. Cecil Wilson bidder will xec'iite -
at ,}
I (ininnc Pack Klnr.lilu: mill n>- and furnish' to thi
.. Road 19 for Adult Training: I and. baby 'Camliyn Oa, vis-1 rollinvH. : Hoard. of Public Inxtrui FRESH
Class Hlwa'yChurch. I his Mr. and \ F" W odlrP rnrTnrnteen tlon of Bradford" (ount%
Union of Bayless Ited. parent; JarkH ,nvlll... Flot. l
MAKDS Florida u bond Ixxued >) Lb. 59c
Games were played Mrs. Ranny Wilson in Provl- Ida the Surety. Company Ik- RIBS, For Bar-B-Que -
t. <)liilncHVIll Plan nn ,. .._
tnOainvHTlJIo. .
do hUMincMH nKlnrld.l
e Thursday and Mr. ned to -
during'-the evening.: den o.n ,
I | Don't forget M Night at the ana burs' Monroe 'kittler Friday ; 3. Dnytonn .B"'L'h"Klorlilii, PlanItnonri. and HtateB listed.TriiiHiir\by thi FLA. GRADE A.

"LADIES1')!ALr.rS'I'DHT'SWEl1Jl'; I First Baptist Church In and Saturday. FloridaPLAY Ditytimii H."x. >h.i foiled JVpartmi'iH UH .tic c'..utiibli.. FRYERS lb. 29c
online I
of the
fur lUW.
Dec. 3. Mrs. Freeman had ..
-- Starke Monday night. A\n .r'.Jf'"IFu"'rIO'liPRO1'ItEU.liT. price within ten (10)J davafter :
I A good program' Is planned as Tuesday guests, Mrs. Fred : :: helnn awarded tin, FRESH CEDAR KEY

Famous trI> Ier: JatrKS spcrtiwesr to" fctwt dar& and everyone In the church A. General Contrartom contract.unseeing Said the perlurnmni'payment bond" "niuir-' MULLET, With Roe Lb. 19c
!is urged to pttend this meet of ald bond t'b '

taD! cdors.liugo qj4 Jg figm, l! OM. ing.Mr. j Nil. paid bidder 1 by the may Co-ntractm withdraw WE GIVE GREEN BACKSGreen

ocMr end Off and Mrs. BUd, Alvarez 301 DRIVEINOPEN hill bid for .a period ".
save and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal thirty (a0)) days after thi
A. td. and children attended the date. net for opening thereof. Backs are redeemable right here in our

annual hunters dinner at The contractor I will lie required store No sending off or waiting-Green Backsare
-- to complete tin,ill l for meats vegetablesYour --
redeemable groceries ,
their in Union County .
-. camp 7:00: -SHOW TIME 7:15: project within the tin.
FAMOUS: NAME Thanksgivings net forth In Ilia bid choice of anything in our store--Start saVe
ADMISSION Adults 75c Students 60e .
: II
Mrs. Jeanie Michael and Children Under 12 Free The any micceBHful will ho notified.. ing them today! And remember-
children of DeLand were wit bin five (CD! ) days: iifti i
t''BLOUSES "You Get It Back With Green Backs"
sUITS MDBBESSES weekend guests of her sister the hid In acoipted Til'
FRI., SAT., SUN DEC. 2, 3, .I Hoard of Public. In..."'"'''
Mr. and' Mrs. Don Newmans lion of Bradford c nuntNFlorida "
and her parents Mr. and -8erveB tin
Prints Values To $6.00 1lESraarNr ,
t right to reject) any and .1.
Mrs. Earl Dotba. bids, and to wale a"">
Solids: A'II Sa Ae Mr. and \Mrs. J. C. Hicks of 3 MISS HOHE1U MISS GALORE .1 InfornialltleHHOAKP .
,I TIIF1 ClK.. tU'HI.H-" IVHTIllMTItl.N ::
i $2.88., Wool "Kt">111 'oed Jacksonville and Mrs. Myra HAVE OK HltAUKOKU l/
Many Faulkner of Gainesville were OIl'NTV.. F'l./ill. : 1
Fabrics I Shirt Waul t ThanksgKlng Day guests of 11>A.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faulk- f,, JAMES BOND Thomas! I. ('n.ev.. Jr.lI"p..rln".nll'nl. I WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OF GROCERIES

ner.Mr. ? BACK FORMOREL 11-2 it 12> ,.

and Mrs. George High- '
smith and children of Oreen ? Itf

1AD1E9IAAMINATEA ..e Cove Springs spent Sunday

\ with his sister and brother- "

in-law Mr.. and Mrs. Perry
___ !ti 0 rl srra
V Mr. and Mrs, Perry Lyons t' ( ear
Sizes1oo and children spent Thanksgiving l ; e0'
AH Sire. Day with Mr. and 1 1 DfdAlBWR I 1
% AcritaflAcrylic 88. : Mrs. Philip Craig of Atlantic I P 'e

10 Western sty?.; 2BSin Beach. : The time

All Weathu Sherpa lining Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Biv- BROCCOLI...HARRY SAt TMN? W6ERIR( 6ROCCOII. .HARDY SJUZMAM I

Comfort 1 Ini and children spent "' SEAN CONNERY ;; .IIN"FlEMNG, *""OR. NO"" ooo fJ
-l with Mr. and I is near d
\ Thanksgiving '

[1EtiIi$ OR'! ., II o
sonvllle. xNta.iIUN6E0.UIISES\ liECHNICOtO!! ]' 'i. UNITED ARTISTS a

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I I

P' Hewitt and children of Ft. : AT Stump
"Myers" spent Thanksgiving . I
with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry

/ .. .. Dyal.Mr.. and Mrs. Sherman Y -

f I r=: Crosby and children of Oiinesvllle Y

'\" .... were dinner guests of Florida'Theatre
r his. parents "Mr.' and Mrs. O.
( .- ..-.- . 1:. Crosby and grandmother We Have the "Just-Right" Gift for One and
n *
111 JUng good dl with Trerfe Mrs. J. L. Johns. Thanksgiving. the Best in Us.
dicr; year : Showtime-: :Weekdays; 7:00Sunday: 3:00: All. Christmas Brings Out

Mvmgcbmfortivgelectricappliance9; : Mr and Mrs Fred Broadwell'and -

$el that add to much to good living at stlc1* children of Jackson ____. 'Saturday tl:00: Come In and See.

'. '- ville and Mr. and Mrs. Lavon .- tFRIIMrY. SATURDAY: JDECEMURU 2.3 .
;'.4 L LASTIIUC hod'etiiR'1ttldlPayS r'ti it'V .i''rt Crosby and children of Brun- Double"Feature Program I LADIES Remember Her With

wC1H t a LONG Gl Bot'once but a thousand times swick. Ga. visited'' Mr. and ,I
Mrs. L. A. Crosby and Mr. "
,, ; L F A Y when you give electricallyl during
p and the Mrs.holidays.Mr. Jimmy. Crosby ": l- Car Coats Christmas Robes

FMK B t f
and Mrs. Glenn Stan- _
y Size: 10 to ISNOW
ley and children of Jacksonville "At ,-\\p e To $14.99
f q"e.r Mr. and Mrs Marty : $3.99
Crosby. and Mr. and Mrs. ''
.r..t .NNNSta.r.w. ..--, 1
Russell Crosby of Gainesville I
Mr., and Mrs Harold Crews OFF GOWNS and PAJAMAS

and'' children were dinner PLUS $2.00

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd \\.a I
.. $$2.99 To $8.00
Crosby. .. .&;I.t.a+t3 .
and Mrs. J. B. Bennett I

r1 i'l ,.I and the Mr.sons weekend of Live with Oak Rev.spent and ';. ... ...... -'E.--.r.! : Use Our Lay-Away Playtex and Maiden Form

o' I I Mrs. Dave Medelras. :, : BRAS and GIRDLES

t '\ l L.1 I daughters.Mrs. Dave Misses Medelras Janice and and : 'd e Mister 365

... .s.CdlPaipdoaoaosF..y..
I Larlnda were guests of Mr. +@awes'rCl a, a ; !

MOcmN. ILICTRIC' MNOC: and! Mrs. Pete Medelras !In Rain or Shine
Fl nwlt.. and fumelm for Mom' DIIHWASHIRfnn from the tlnfe. aVMOlRATORIR//NR fllCTKIC' MO-H01T" Perry Friday I SUN.. MON., TUES, '- DEC. 4 1, 5. 6 .
Cleaner,cooler fastw cooking Washes, .In.... tanlttrn and Tndt m.":y ftfrcntlng.. >.H. Jul e ? JacketsWith
...a1W wiler malt\too tifie&S end jyyyyyyyyyyVVyyyyVVVVV ONiy'i-iJfc!: COULD = = t:
jfe -
7 With Zip
r RAIFORD /* ": *** ..., Lining

( I Jiiii i By FbOM Mn. 191.2111AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI Earl Dobbs I Hot TinhI' i,. EDDIE LAURENCE FISHER HAR'' YBoof I "IJ ft tl1:5-: :MESSW'RANGLER:

'._ 'It .JOMII01W i EUZABETHTAYbOA ;. BDnERflELD Shoes Bed
Boots .. Walk Shoes Dress -

YAI ROUND IIVIRII<=YCLi Friends of Mrs. Ruby Yar- PAUL NEWMAN".J; Jeans
COICH TEKVISIOM ELfCTNIO' ORTIK ILICTRie AIR. COXOIIIONtH, brough will regret to learn 8 for
rv.rythlni/ looks : Room Shoes Western Boots
btttir Incolorfur rndswashdaydruda.ry.aiv. L BURL IVES ChildrenI'S
f Cools In summer "warm Its
that she is ill In Bradford .
D world of bnuly lunihint"' conviiutnc day winter." Two tried:end.pi..... ox. Plus Heaviest
M.m.n" a'(XKnti > County Hospital< -- --
tomlotU uiuU
.. on. woipacl M N. .aa.a In MerOB.IOr Denim Made.
Mr. and Mrs James Addison Sizes R!!'z to 3

r had as weekend guests WEDNESDAY,. THURSDAY DEC. 7, 8
their sons. Ernest and Ed- LACE BOOTS Mens WesternFor
V ward/ Addisoii of Camilla Oa. -Scan Conncry

:... Mr. and Mrs Joe Spark- R Boys 4.99 5.99 Shirts
man of Gainesville visitedMr. Joanne Woodward
and Mrs. Raleigh Dennison -
l. Sizes: 10 to 3
FREE! A jay 32-paQel booklet and Mr. and Mrs. Ral- li&ct! Jean Seberg
lilT ONI AT OUR nison and Mr. and Mrs. Don
A Tnawry of Chriatma.'Ide.a AI'PUANC'' and 1 f Alvarez Thanksgiving after- +"" ws "A Rnc These Are Just a Few of the Many, Many PRACTICAL

im. dozens of..My-doM-itluiliji to mak noon. j'1 zA Christmas Gifts You'll Find atSTUmp'S
: ;your holiday brighter-arid,your + :OIl'. and Mrs. Robert FaluJc- Madness*
I work hghur.LavkblyjUijFLORIDA iaetal. ner of Jacksonville were h ,

... the TbanJuglvin luncheon / JCROMrNaUlU PrnbctM, DEPARTMENT
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold '
I Varbrouxb and Ie Uj1Y' PATRICK 0 t. DttEEYDE iCINESIntL'IlaalSparttS-jam woiiii
NAY DIAIOAa RAGAS oceAN'1aM 1 MIYERI'aa'' LU IOOxtN 511.11510005'5.11 CiN.rriYNWN STORE
I POWER t 11B.HT, COMPANYHELPING Mlaa'ChaVKae! Taylor spent i JIMMI HILLMAN NicM invm KOSHiilll
.. 4NA Ww-tat***h IIHOII l* (tH F'Muc*H tt
; BUILD fld4f4'A Wednesday through. Sunday -\TBCHNICOtOR*'FROM WARNER BROS.

? t,1lf.' in WilUauuburg. Va. ,
,. -*- 1

1 .. .....-..-' ... -

ii : I y




'. .. were the Thanksgiving holiday v V YPYm..ryyytl'IvtynfMAX and/ Mrs. Melvin WatsonMr.
. guests of Mr. and.! Mrs and Mrs. Johnnie Tyson -

Ouy Harrell and family. VILLE of Macclenny are the

,' Spandlng Thanksgiving! with proud parents of their first

'We Vote for Monday HolidaysThe their mother, Mrs. Emma child, a boy. John Clifton Jr.
Br Mr A. C. Slad
Nov. 13 at St.
Mott were Mr. and Mr,. Edgar born Tuesday
Pbon 289.4491AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUUAAs Vincent's Hospital. Paternal
local Chamber of Commerce effect, and the advantages a4numerous. Holibter.Wilkerson Mr. and and Mrs family Her-of grandparents are Mr and,

in cooperation with the It is much of Mac-
Coded !schell Layfl<>ld and family of Mrs. Oliver Tyson
U.S''. Chamber, recently polled the many businesses to remain Gainesville: and Mrs. GOING AWAY PARTY clenny and maternal grandparents -

public on a proposal to have all on Mondays than it is to disruptthe Marshall Mott and family of Mr. and Mrs Bootsie Can- are Mr. and Mrs. K.

national holidays (with the exception routine by closing doors in the P I Largo and Mr. and Mrs J. R. non entertained with a going A. Turner.

of the week Mott. and family. away part Thanksgiving PERSONALSMrs.!
of Christmas and Easter) middle: or even on
night in honor of Miss Debbie Terry Ayers of Jacksonville -
scheduled! for Mondays. Friday or Saturday, which are the Mr and Mrs. Donnie Witt
.. Smith, a truest; of the visited Sunday after
The was nothing short "big business" days for most es and family have moved to
response Cannon famly! for the past noon of last week with :Mra.
'of sensational. According: to early tablishments. Then too, the Mon- i4 rlC ST' 's-r# ii Houston to loose Toxas them We from sure al'e801"y several months. Avory Slada and family.

returns.the suggestion! appears to day closing would give most work- our Games were played and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo
be the most popular proposal in ers a long three-day; holiday, q\ RDO party refreshments served to and family of Jacksonville
Heard from the ,
years Completed( questionnaireswere which could be used as a miniature ( t'r1 BiRRett those! 'helplrs:;: celebrate the visited Thanksgiving after-

returned from a third of vacation, with time enough to vl"lt.relath.es ", J 'so hl "t"NING" ton family a few who weeks moved to Hous- occasion with Debbie. She noon with Mr and Mrs. D.
H 4' ,ti ago. returned to her home In Cal- B. oriffls.
members polled, which is a big re- in neighboring: states, or I s?t having: nice time In lahan Sunday.BALDWIN Ronnie Caldwell, son of Mr.

sponse for such samplings.The take a brief break in the moun- Texas, but sure lo miss good ".\ "D ATTENDS!I and Mrs. Clifton Caldwell.

result unbounded en- tains or at the seashore. ole' Brooker MARCHING: CONTESTThe arrived here Monday of last

.thusiasm.: Some eighty-five percent The arbitrary dates now observed Mr. and Mrs Charles Perry Baldwin High' School week from aboard the usa

of those replying favored the for these holidays are traditional and family of Gainesville Band participated in the Intrepid. The Intrepid; Just

,general idea of observing Memorial of course, but in this spent Thursday with Mr and Marching Contest held Saturday returned from Viet Nam
:Mrs M. O. Harrt'll nIght before Thanksgiving where Ronnie has been stationed -
Day, Independence Day, Veterans changing age, mankind has demonstrated -
Sorry to hear that Cliff at the< J. C Bowl In for the past eight
Day, and Washington'sIIrthday its ability to adapt to
WILson is in the BI'adtol'dCounty J.icksomllle. Fletcher High months. He is expectd to
) Mondays.: Labor Day, change. Tradition will\ no doubt
,, +a Hospital. School was host for the occasion leave Dec. 7 for Norfolk, Va.
of course is already permanently come out a poor second when cooi-
J. T. Bass came home Sat- The Baldwin Band Tommy Turner of Elgin
act for Monday. Pared$ with the luxury of a three- CLAY4 urday from the hospital in rated 3 In Class: c category Air Force Base spent Wed-

: There seems to be no good rea- day holiday. Starke. Sure hope that both and earned a chance to go nesday to Sunday here with

Bon .why this all-Monday holiday We're for all-Monday holidays. cou,4Y quHTi Mr. Bass ana Mr. Wilson, on to the District Concert his parents Mr. and Mrs. K.

schedule. should' not be. put into Row about you ? will soon be well. Contest in March. Band: pictures A. Turner and family.Mr. .
/ were taken at the and Mrs. Homer
!Mr. and :Mrs Sonny Bias
school Monday.The Thomas and family and Mr.

;Santa And SophIsticatIon' .; t.. ,OJ l :?' .....* of Mrs.Klngsley Ruby Allen were and visiting family final football game of find Mrs. Farley Austin sJ>('nliThIU'oday

Sunday.Mr. the season held Friday night !! to Sunday in Ro-
before Thanksgiving Crescent anoke Ala with :Mrs. Thomas'
American toy makers are work- the Christmas wants of youth, and Mrs. Jimmy Dam- '
City vs Baldwin Indiana, mother, Mrs. W H, Rape.
to nuke the witness this letter to Santa i .,, pier of Gainesville. !Miss' Wil-
g 1966 biggest toy early +Lak ',}b yr"M ,%-t x -.M'lr r ...w rY. ..Ywn- 1 was won by Crescent City. Thanksgiving dinner guests
I ffJ in history. They plan to woo Claus, addressed to the North Pole lie Mae: Tetstone of Starke NEW ARRIVALSMr. of :Mr. and Mr. John North

],.nation's small fry and their in care of the Telegraph: No Time For Debate i and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tet and Mrs Clarence P. and family\ were Mr, and

intents', dollars with toys that are Dear Santa, stone of Gainesville, were vis- Jllgdon. Jr. announce tho Mrs. Roger North and family

njr6\ complicated and sophisticated Please bring me a Johnny Eagle iting Mr. and Mrs. George birth of their first child, a of Jacksonville Russell Tobias -
Tetstone this
ed. ever before. Lieutentant set, Bonanza Little weekend son, Michael Floyd, born of Cecil Field! and Mr.
FARMER'SBeautiful DIARYincluding Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge Thursday Nov 17 at St Vin and Mrs. Dave Coverdale and
i,1, Remember< the "good old days"vhen Joe set, James Bond set, spy of Jacksonville spent cent's Hospital Maternal

; \ {, a youngster was thrilled to attache case, Lost in Space 4ef f', Thanksgiving day with Mr. ,grandparents are Mr and son.Ashley WeTBiansen. son of

flrKTsn orange a few nuts, and a Combat Vehicles set, G. 1. Joe clear days and J a black snake whodoesn't and Mrs. Riley Totstone and Mrs. Wlnfre-i-I, HaITI and paternal Mrs. I....tha Bell Wellhausen,

'inter of raisins in the foot of his Space Suit outfit, plane wjthParatroop' cool nights are the ordel'now know that ourlove Include family.Mr. grandparents are Mr is stationed at Ft. McClellan
and the stl'awbt'1'rYplantings Nature does not
.>{0cking? Nowadays, with th e Jumpers, Captain Action are getting greenerall of his tribe. He slithers up on and Mrs. Elwood lIes- and :Mrs. C. F. Hlffdon. Ala.

iom& freezer loaded with frozen Bonanza wagon. Horse set, the time and are a pretty the window sill and we've ters and daughter[ Gainesville Mr. and Mr, Eugene Wat- Sunday visitors of Mr and

1 Q4 ABe juice concentrate, what's .Roy Rogers Guitar, and Corn picture. We've had little rain had a good long look at the and Mrs. Toye Rogers son are receiving congratulations Mrs Vince Taylor and famIly -

"mother orange, more or less? Popper. .. lately but the growers who rascal and while we'll admit spent Thanksgiving day with on the birth of their were Mr. and :Mrs. Don-

,1 :'And. so it is with toys. "The We can be thankful that .this have irrigation equipment that he Is pretty, that's as Mr." and Mrs. Shirley Tet- second daughter< sheila Ann, ald Meridlth and family of
h stone and family.Mr. born Sunday Nov. 20 at St.Vlncent..s North
t 'nological aspects of the space young hopeful who, for all we are using it to good advantage far as we'll go. The Carolina.
and Mrs Frank Stokes Hospital
Mr and Mrs. Don Elchel-
have been felt chilflwni know might be President and the berry plants are o 0
even by a future
g ) 4 lb. 10
; We believe In live and let and son of Largo were visit- young lady weighed son and family of JaCKsonville -
of five and six, says one of the United States made at m 0 live but the trouble !Is that ing Mrs. Alberta Stoke and oz. and it expected to leave spent the weekend\ her

Ofthe; :' nation's largest toy pro.dtuers. least one concession to old-fashion) But we're getting into Dec- some of the wild ones aroundour family Friday. the hospital this week Pa-

t ed 1, homespun fun-the corn ''pop ember, and any day now the By Sam McGarveythe place Infringe on good ternal grandparents are Rev. [Continued. on Pap 171]

<\>'. A.H: a case in point, to illustrate per. Thank heaven .that |in this north wind will start to blow manners. Like the armadillo, .. .
----- --
tSe>*'influence that space age jet set, outer space,,;, James & ndel"tl and bring in what is technically council !in Starke I Ruby which persist In rooting r-

I$pRh" sticatk>n, televisiqn pro. there's still a place for popcorn known as mass of polar Johnsl and in Waldol Jane ground the yard, and has become -

mm, and movies are having on air, but our old bones know Nichols 1, and Jessie Chas- a first-class pect. We've JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYANTIQUES
...r simply as a freeze. So far wehaven't taln on the county commis- got nothing against him.but
had a killing frost atour sion, soit is by no means a one of these days, r for nights.

Food Is Still A Bargain, place, although out front novelty to have women in .rather he's going to get a

.4 which Ie 1 unprotected by our government. loud invitation to go dig hEARING AID PET SHOP
been o e elsewhere.
Jack Frost has
"\ 'The flurry of protest even American family today spend. trees e 0 *
nibbling at the vegetation. Once again at this season! ANTIQUES: For Best In Hearing fl-
boycotts in some areas staged about 18 per cent of its income on our poinsettia are in a race We wrote not long ago

u''by housewives as a result of high food-the lowest average in the All anyone Is talking about to see if they can flower be- about a squirrel who had Bought-Sold-AppraJ..a4 SONOTONEOK Kongo Pet Shop

food prices' made some interest- world. In 1947 this same family this week is the big football fore a freeze comes along. been hanging around our FurnitureChinaGlaceSlverBraesOil
ing headlines, but accomplished spent 26 per cent of its take-home game Friday night. !In which One of ours is starting to home, and apparently coming / Palntlnc .JAL'KSONVILLIII GROOKTNCJ
Tornadoes, unbeaten<< in color and always cut by means of the electric
little else.. for food. our wo can '
pa.v him On Piece or a Hum Fun "Th Strongest Sweater, Collars Tam
two will make a bid of sudden line. We haven't seen
seasons in
them case a
Most of the protestors turned From 1940 to 1966 the price of Hearing Aid in thAI World" Pet SuppUuawJI'I.bllllllDaten
lately, so we presume he got
for another state championship. blast of winter
their wrath against the retail Ina Ward Antiques Only Co. Hearing Aid &bd.
milk has doubled. But in 1940 it One thing is certain: o himself made into a squirrel
stores without realizing that high took the earnings of 15 minutes of the biggest crowd in local We've noticed that a lot of stew by a hunter, or that he &B73 fli. Johns Ave, I II I JaokaonvUl 22 West Monroe 333-1461 Oafly Closed A Sun. 19-A PJM

food prices are the result of the labor to buy a quart of milk. Now. history will be on hand at wasps have .gotten Into our read this column and decidedto Jacksonville 387-137 1939 Hcrlonff Tuesday Rd. NormandM

same inflation that has doubled the same quart of milk is earnedin the fetadlum. garden:! room, and that may take a .hintAnother Call Collect II HOBBY SHOP. Section
and tripled the size of their hus- less than eight minutes. Even o 0 be a sign that a cold winterIs M 0 0 W. Jacksonville 181.2800PIANDSORGANS

In fact, football and politics ahead. We don't know how character we miss
band's pay check in recent years. though the price of milk has Auto Sales! & Service FIELDSHOBBY c
In other words dominate aboout every they get in, and they don't around our place is a noisy
girls yout'an't doubled in 26 years, average hour- .
conversation nowadays! and know how to get out, and in quarrelsome mockingbird. .
havV your cake and eat it ly earnings will buy almost twicea we have more local politics the meantime they buzz who tries to run off every .WESTSIDEVolkswagen .. SHOP, Inc. s> kCacon d: Raman Plane

too. Food prices are relative. If much milk today. coming up. with city elections around like lIttle' 'copters, other bird that comes Hammond Orffon

they come down, so, eventually, Similarly, one hour t>factory slated soon in L wt/'Y.' and we dodie: them as we around. But if he's a battler, Inc.AUTiORiZF.D A Complete Line of Magn vox Organ
will the breadwinner's -.t lake- and Waldo. he also concert Boat & Airplane Builders Supplies "'1'_ Get A Good Deal At.-
labor will now buy 13 per cent Keystone Heights water the plants. can put on a DEALERS Specializing lit Radio -.
home pay- If the pay.chgck: ::r9'ea .(.mgre.breati.or.14:! per ce tore The one in Lawtey is of particular o 0 that is a delight: especially Controlled( Model
higher, so, eventually, .CvilJ.Voodprices. : Interest because two Core to think of It. just during the early morning( ..saJM I/V/ ) Parts
steak than it would five years: ago. arid Equipment @A .rea
It's as simple as that. women are candidates. How- about everything/!: tries to get hours, !do wj take him as we rvlc VJtII. Body &bop Op. Evenings! till 9 PJM. 7.I O. MILLER !p
Housewives should think about ever, women are serving on In the house out of the cold find him. .. awe
So cheer up. Things might not these things before they start Open > ajrn.-8 p.m. 602 So. Edgewood "'7fN _of- -.... ,IU4iJaekssovUl. .

be as bad as they seem when the wearing out good shoe leather in .. .........yyyyyyBROOKER.' Jacksonville spent Thanks- Elvnra Hobbs of Jacksonville, .6pm.. Sat./ -Clooed Sunday JacK'onvllle' 38R-8683
cashier: totals up your weekend lUG LANE AVE. SOUTH .
a futile attempt to bring prices giving day with Mr and Mrs. who passel! :! away Thursday.Mrs. 884-3441
Phone Jacksonville 60TORCYCLEBHONDA
grocery purchases. down by'picketing retail stores.A Roy Carroll Victoria Johnson and I
Although retail food prices have Mrs. Kenneth Green and Mrs. Aletha Lewis and SEWING
loaf of bread that has doub- Parrish Motor.
increased sharply in the past year son of Wlldwood spent daughter of Alma. Oa. were SINGER ACT. ZIGZAG

or so, the "real cost" of food in ed in price is still a bargain for By Joyce StokeiBrooker Thanksgiving day with her the overnight guest of the MOTORCYCLES

relation to income is lower than the worker who is making threeor ................................................AAAAAI parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker BALES ALL, MODELS Like New in 4 Dr. Cabin' '
before. ? McDavid. Thursday: night. sbiKvicFAAT Sold New over $300eel
ever Surprised four times what he was when I
Baptlbt Church Eddie:! Douglas; of Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory Merchant Green Stamp $Tt .r *9." Per Momll
The fact i is
that the
i typical bread was cheap. Open 8 A.M. to 7 PM.
Call. PastorIn Tech was home for the Sr., of Alachua were the din- .
a sfx-cal meeting Wednesday Thanksgiving holidays with ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. 32 Yeas A. A Dealer Monda.y-J"rtdaY Ideal Sewing CenterALL

;' ZIP It Brother! night the Brooker his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Paul Emory Jr. and family Always Coed Used Can 8 AM. to 6 P.M.
ell Laura 8t Jitcluwnt Saturday and Wednesday MAKESNew
and family
Baptist board of Deacons C. Douglas Thursday.
met and the Church called Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ Phone and Used Machine
With the Christmas card mail other friends and relatives on the Rev. Vernon Williamson and Miss' Stephenle Filer and son, and: Bob Lewis of MOTORS A CYCLES 844 Cassat Ave.

ing season on us again we might your mailing list. of Jacksonville to be the of Miami Alan Barnett of Apopka spent the day Thurs- CAMHKItaCribb 4940 handing Blvd. J* onvlUa 383-5071

do worse than heed the advice of Although) !; have a natural resistance pastor of the Brooker Baptist the University of Florida, Mr. day with Mr. and Mrs. Ned Jiu-lutonvlLle 771-8244

the poetic mailman who wrote: to anything that will Church and Mrs. M. F Vickery and Hicks and family.f Campers TRACK SERVICE

::1 "Put a little ZIP in your mail make life more complicated, and Rev. Williamson and wife son of Gainesville Mr. and Dale Stokes Is spendingthe t-

1 "And watch it speed through it seems we have enough numbers and daughter. Verne' will be Mrs. Ernest Edwards and Thanksgiving Holidays e Del-R.y CMper MUSIC RAY'S
moving into the pastorium family, and Mr. and Mrs. with his mother. Mrs. Betty
j rain, snow, and hail. (including license tag, social flkamper OanverUblMShsuiU
soon. His official duties will Earl Green and daughter, Norton In Lake Hamilton. TRACK SERVICEPortable
1 In recent weeks the post office security et cetera) to deal with Paulus Music Co.
: begin Sunday. December 4. and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Miss. Patty Blgham of e Tratl.reTruluamok
I 1 has asked our cooperation in submitting already-we are willing to go the Wedding AnniversaryMr. Cox and son, spent Thanks- Douglas, Oa. is spending the JI'tJuIIw.1nc Track Press. Service.

Christmas card and other zip code route if it will help the and Mrs. W C. Stal- giving day at the Earl Oreen Thanksgiving' holidays here 6408 San Juan Ave, Band A String Instrument Welding

mailing lists so that they can be post office speed up mail delivery.In naker celebrated their 25th cottage on Lake Wlonett. with her parents Mr and Jacksonville 333-0348 Gibson Guitar 4 Amplifier

zip-coded for faster handling in the words of our poetic mailman wedding anniversary last Mrs. Mary Green is spend- Mrs. W. E. Bigham. Jr School SuBpUiM-Instruction Used Bulldozer 4 Crawler

the holiday rush.If : week. Their daughter, Jau- ing a few days: with her son Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott ELECTRIC MOTORS Robert Recorder "We'll Keep 'em RoUiaf
nlta Adams, arranged for a and dauKhter-ln-Iaw, Mr. and family, spent Thursdayvisiting Music\ LJbry-E.xp.rt
you haven't so already, "Take a tip from Sammy: No family celebration at her and Mrs Clarence Plnko.son, relatives in Bartow. Peavy Brother Repair. Dptutmnt 127 W. Beaver
still isn't late and
it too
perhaps : matter where you ship it, home Monday night Members In Orange Park. David Prescott' of Starke Is Electric Co. 41 W. Mooro St.
the office will be glad to co-
post the Paul Pres- Jacksonville 388-4/M1
of the Immediate family Mrs. Alberta Stokes. Mrs. visiting with
"To speed that Christmas cardor Jacksonville 355-8447 .
operate with you in .supplying zip attended. includingthe: Stal- Mary Green Mrs. Mattie So- cotts for a few days. BLECTRIC 1IOTO&SIIoIc1BervkedRepalred 83 JO Beach Blvd.
i codes for Aunt Emma and Uncle gift, just ZIP it, brother, ZIPit. nakers son. Wayne, who is well and Clyde Kelley attended We are happy to have : Jacksonville 3983091MUSICInatrumenta WESTERN STORE
I Charley, as well as the numerous ." serving with/ the Air Force in church: services at the home from the Alachua General Generators-Star ten
------ Viet Nam. Many more happy Salem Church near Lake City Hospital Billy Reed. Alterations

The Bradford County Telegraph anniversaries to you Mr. and Sunday. Billy spent several days in Armature Rewinding LITTLE DUDE

i Mrs. Stalnaker. Enjoying Thanksgiving dinner the hospital and had major 4044 Lenox Ave.

oPID4 Established 1879 Airman 1C, Wayne Stal with M.'s. Alberta Stokes surgery on his eye. He InJured Jacksonville 387-242: MARVIN KAY'S Western Store
his at the City Park
and dauthter Thursdaywere eye
naker of Viet Nam Is spend
'o E. L. MATTHEWS ing 30 day leave here with : Mr. and Mrs. Charles while watching a group ofyounlfster. Music Center ''Wbe Strickland and family of play football It For the HoEnUliW8dt" *
Editor and Publisher
C1M hU parents the W. C. Stal- FLOOR COVERING
MUmII nakers and other relatives. Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph seems that the ball went out- Fender, GreUoh Vox OWtanK.Ina'
51 Florida' Oldest Weakly Stokes of Lake Butler, Mrs. side of the game and struck
C New Arrival Batten and Selroor Leather-
D Looking for Western Clothing
Newspaper PuMMIi C *- Victoria Johnson, and Mrs. Billy In the eye. Sure glad
5./ tmIr: Coder the 8eaaeIO Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mc- carpetitH4 Band Instrument good Saddle. and Trailer.
Aletha Lewis and daughter you are home and doing bet- better
LudNrtf Slinfferiand. Roger
% N..tb..d.r.bt'Pa David are the proud parentsof
of Alma. Ga. and Mr. and tfy, Billy. visit; Drums Charles Sharon Petty
another baby girl born at
Each Thursday and Entered a* S.e.sd |CI*.. the Alachua General! Hospital Mrs. Horace Stokes Jr. and Mrs. Edna Hayes and Mrs. dtd Rental A Ropier *. ALL Ara
Matter at the Pot Offle at Stark, Flm, family and:! Mr and Mrs. Stella Lovely of Gainesville, 400 MAIN ST. eel s. Elfcwood

tTadr Act of March S, l 7f. She has in Gainesville been: named Nov.Judith 19. Donel! Stokes of Brooker.We Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hayes HOC AH./ I...,... JackaoiwUl 333-O93S Jaekaeovala 181.1218

u A I..Trade.Ateet 1 Yr. 1L3ai a M*. tt.M. Ann. .14 -*" ,, extend our sympathyto and family of St. Augustine, .
Mrs taiiwenee Wigging In and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne .... _.:. 0-- _L---
4 Mr. and Mr. hay of -
... w..ti..e+.,P- :;* ArMr,1 Y. + tt-'rrvlr'vY Mlb Joiner
Madison Term,
the loa of her sister, Mrs Hayes of

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_ _ _ _ STARKE FLORID. TIH'RSD\V. DEC. 1. 1968 .. :_-

Keystone Lions 'Judges Names I Indians Have 'Arrived'

KEYSTONE Hear District For Lions

HIGHLIGHTS Governor Speak Essay Wildt ContestJoseph president of With 7-3 Season

By Mary Schneffer District Governor Morris the Keystone Heights Lions

Phone 473-4127 Skipper made his offlcla Club, has rnnounced Judges Now that Keystone's 1966 trate on this phase of inc educational team statistics.. Some are

visit to the Keystone Height for local entiles in the Lions football season Is relegated program in orderto outstanding, some good and

Lions Club on Monday Nov. International Peace Essay to the panes of school history.a : Insure the continued'' growth some mediocre. .but all fur-
14, and was introduced by
('IIIUSTLSI.ILlSG: door of post office. Watch Contest final summation seems to of the school. nishing a challenge to future
Past District Governor Char-
Your Keystone HeightsP I I for postings. No service on They are: Miss Gertrude K. be in order. The big problem was financial Indians.

< -imaster, Gladys tZippy) .: Christmas day, except for, lie McOlave.] who precededhim Houser a former principal of l41 c.q4"S The first end most obvious support. The Key- Rushing yardage: By team
1 at the helm of District35L It
TUlis reminds you that Spociil Delivery packages Keystone Heights School: impression Is that, at long stone Boosters Club was or- 1838; by individual, S. Bro-

Chiistmas is just around the I containing perishable mat Dr A. C. Holt, a former professor i last, the Keystone Indians: ganized to help fill this kas, 1016.(;

corner and asks that you ter. Since Christmas falls on I CJov. Skipper gave an Inspiring and1,! present pastor of have come of age. While bieech. Thoruah! their untiring Passing yardage: team,

&!.'\IL EARLY and: ZIP Sunday Monday will be observed -i address on "EnthusIasm" the Community Church: and there still is a lot of work to efforts, with a big assist 586; M. Biokas. 479.

CODE your mall She also I I as a holiday. There as related to a successful Albert Nelson: former schoolbook i; be done, those who have from the Lions Club the Pass' completions: team.

has: attractive stamps to will be no window service on I Lions Club. "It is publlsner and present I .helped to nourish a fledgling football field was lighted, 37; M. BI'okas, 31.

pii'Uy-up jour cards and let- Sunday or "Monday, Dec. 25. easy to find reasons why wecant Mayor of Keystone Heights team from the moment of fenced, and furnished with 'I Pass receptions: 15 for 264
do something. It Is timeto .
Wi" during the season. and 26. But mall will be dispatched The judges will determinethe Inception ca.i look with prideat bleachers. Additional equip- yds.. Johnny Moon.

Gieetins! cards for distant and distributed to i find Bisons why" something winning entries from the full 'Brown product. ment was obtained and provisions .1 Punts: 35 for 1085 yards,
CAN be done, he de-
stnte.s should not be mailed boxes, as usual as on any I I among/ those submitted to Keystone started football were made to recognize Johnny Moon.

la: i I' than Dec. 10. Others holiday.: AnJ Remember To clared.The speaker also outline' the club, which will then be Sgt. Weimer Commended competition in 1960 under the players by an annual Points scored: 54, S. Bro

i''. '::.H be milled by the 15thT Zip Code Both Your Address entered in the district and 'the tutelage of Piincipal- awards banquet.
the district plans for the
only delivery on Chrl-st-! And Addressee. state contest In addition Coach Earl Cherry. At that Les Rhoden:! took over the : 98, S. Brokas.

11>. '* Day will be Special De- nOLUfSSSn'IRS.RV: : prace essay contest and for there will be prizes of $25. Tech. Sgt David E Wei' world-wide to provide communications time Keystone's top grade head coach job in 1964 and These statistics are school

li\ %- no ordinary CI1l"1.> :Mi' nnd Mrs. William Wai the celebration of the 50th $15. and $10 for the first mer (rightI I whose wife Mo- and air traffic was the tenth. Keystone con- set up a rigid set of training records with the exception of

Cards nnnhersiry of Lions International three places on the local na, is the daughter of Mrs. control for USAF operations.A and not tackles and points scored.
m. < or letters. of Lake Brooklyn observed tinued toward her goal of a rules. Status symbol,

"ill: your cards first class >!vjelr Golden:: Wedding Anni- level. Cora Marshburn of Keystone graduate ol Brewster Vocational fullfledged high school by desire or love of the sport Stefan Brokas scored 56

n t You may seal them and o.-irr last! Monday They Lion TOl'lmyflllcRn" responded This essay contest on the Heights was recently pre- High School in Tampa adding a grade a year. Academically was the chief motivation of points had had 101 tackles

In ute: personal messages. I'fc were married in Brooklyn. N. for the Keystone subject of "Peace Is Attain sented a certificate of special he also attended the University this status was I I some of the players so many in 1965 for the school recordin

>\' some reason, the cards Y on November 21. 1916. Club. and President Joseph' able." was initiated to generate recognition at Fuchu Air of rilnolrt and Is a achieved with the first fell by the wayside and Rho- 'I those departments.

are undellverable.] they may Mr and :Mrs.> Walz have Wlldt presented! 1Ift as a an awareness and::! understanding Station Japan, for his military veteran of the Korean War stating class in 1963. den ended his:; first season These statistics form the
token of to the grad-I'
appreciation .
-eturned: to you at no ad- four chllclre.i: and 11 grand- of peace among to- improvement suggestion.Sgt. Presenting the award is Lt. cally it was. a toucher with 13 dedicated players anda basis for Keystone's sport-

Guests at this meeting Included
I AirForce
aridiess is given on the en- Norman W. Walz. pastor of all young people who are "atlons supervisor In the officer of the 1956th players were lured to neighboring The program as set up by complishment. Bigger and
District Governor
:: Deputy -
\clone First Methodist Church in !between: 14 and 22 years of Communications Serv- schools. Coach Rhoden, proved to be better goals remain to be set

Gift! parcel' should\ be Whiiton. N. J. and John MWala Barney! Danese of theJackqon'.ille ige as of Jan 15, 1967. ice which has units deployed Communications Troup. That this lure was predominately the needed challenge and Keystone will not be satisfied
Downtown Club
moiled for distant states be- of Matawan N. J. The ,grand prize of 25000. athletic was amply fewer students were temptedto until It Is known througoutthe

fw J:>t'e. It Use cartons ofproer Thiir daughter. Virginia F'mer and Lions Francis Jack and In the form of an educational "Aunt" Bea and in the Community Church I proven by the preponderanceof seek fulfillment at other state as the best small

size, heavy wrapping Mrs Richard L. Macklin fl tell Club.Sipp of the Sprlns- and or career assistance Owen Bryant had "Uncle"I pulpit. since Dr. Holt has requested females in Keystone's frst schools. This year's winning High> School in Academic.

taper and:! strong/ twine. The !llvs in Oak Ridge. Tenn.. nrant to the world winner day "turkey meal' ", that he be relieved few graduating classes. Thla 17-31 season marks the end,

name and address of both ind .:aughter! Betty Mrs. The next meeting on December will! be presented in Chicagonext daughter! Mr. and by Maich.: tendency to seek a school of that era. Athletics and the moral and

sender and addressee shouldbe Frank B. Dalhoff, Jr.-In Nleht! with 12 will be a Ladies, July. Frank LagasbC and daughter I Echoes of favorable comment with a good athletic program The following are some of spiritual qualities exempli-

enclosed in each gift to Tyler.- Texas. : Deputy" District The ,grand total prizes, In- In Galnesvll'e.! Their holiday are still being heard made it necessary to concen- this seasons individual and fled by its graduates.

permit identity In case of The whole family 20 of Governor "Ca,, Smith of th" "luflng local club prizes such spirit was saddened by the i from the highly successful

dpmaac! !! or loss of outsida a4- them held a pre-annlver- Callahan roeaker Special Lions Club surprises as guest as Keystone Lions are offer- passing of "Uncle"' Owen's Bazaar ani the chairmen'sgoal : Joyed a few days vacation In Kennedys. Gym. Student, SOc adults.

c'eS9! or label. Outside address gary celebration here in Julv: In store for the ladles are nir. Is in excess of $75.000. sister. Rat-had of Jackson of $2,000 was more than Savannah, Ga., and Florence Mr and Mrs. William $1.00. This will be sponsoredby

label should} be placedon ns they were unable to comeback Not"' only is the subject i ville. Burial was In the fam- met. Mrs. Walter Grollck. S. C. and a stop-over at Beam Sr spent Thanksgiving the PTA.CJ1I'R'li .

side matter of vital Interest to the ily plot In Waldo Cemetery president of the Church
only of
one any parcel in November They gave VTVTTTTTf, TVVTTTTTVV Jekyll Island. Oa. On with Mrs Beam's brother, NEWS

: their parents a fine dinner :vouth of today but the op- on Saturday morning We Women, extend a hearty Thanksgiving day, the Ray Fred Hooks, and family in Sunday nl-slH. Dec. 4. at

Special:' I Delivery articles at Park-of-the-Palms. INDIAN\ nortunltv for a substantial would like to extend our deepest thanks on behalf of all W. Beckers of Melrose joined Jacksonville.Mr. the Eliam Baptist Church

will be delivered on the day: ,! On FrHav Nov. 18. Mr. BEACHLake vhnlarshtp award Is of great sympathy to the familyfor chairmen and committee them for dinner at a famous : and Mrs. Walter Sch- Dr. Bryan Braslngton of

of arrival at destination If I WiU'; ] : brother and wife.! Mr ntere.st we can lang and well remember members. hostelry in St. Augustine.Mr. eibe of Spring: Lake enjoyeda Gainesville. :Millenary of

delivery is "within" one mile of and Mrs. Rudolph Walz of { Santa Fe) The first step Is the submIssion what this talented Many times someone ren- and Mis Robert Lam- busy weekend visit for Peru, will attend Training

post of nee. This includes F.iyson Lakes, N. J. flew I\ln. Jn' < K F, :Miller, !Sr. of an essay of 5,000 woman meant to this family. ders a service which goes un- bert and chlldien spent Thanksgiving; with their two Union Woishlp Hour. He will

Christmas Day and Sundays down to words or less along with the The Jamis Chltty family recognIze:). and this reporter '
spend a long week- ...................... Thanksgiving! week with !MisLambert's I married sons, three married show: slides and give a talk
Special handling services end with the anniversary official entry: form to president had James' folks. Mr and wants everyone to know that mother, Mrs. Char- daughters, and 14 grandchil on his works in Peru. This

op mall will provide speedier couple. It seems !like all the :oed Jo.eph WUdt of the :Mrs Hubert Chitty of Starke teenager. Kathy :McGlave les Wallenlus, and Mr. Wal- dren. They l.ad Just returned will be the beginning of

transmission between post On Sunday. :Mr: and Mrs. folks out our way had a par- Keystone Lions Club. The stay the weekend with them. donated her services and ; lenlus. They are former Key- from a visit with their life- Lott:, Moon Week of Prayersfor

offices.. Valz entertained their old ticularly pleasant comer set Deadline for all local entriesIs James has been \'acAtlonlnq\) ,pent; hours in the nursery, stoners! now living in a suburb long friends:: the Dave 011- Foreign Missions. Dec. 11

The post office will be New! Jersey friends, Mr. and aside for them! to celebrate December 10 1966. Entry and:! mnklm goodu.se of it.. tending the "small fry,"' so !
lllands in Sunday m. guest preacher
I I of Atlanta, Ga. Tampa. a.
open for business on the Sat- :Mis. Charles Titus for sup- Thanksgl.in,: in this year blanks mav be obtained from with some !'luntlng He has parents could enjoy the Bazaar Arthur Coombs and Mrs Rev. Oye Tade of Nlagera

urdays indicated on the front :er. and were entertained on for everyone I talked -with Lion Wildt had the good luck to !get As a non-Community Ethel Weyman enjoyed a ;, 'vVyyyyvvVVyyVmvvy1MELROSF. will deliver the Sermon. He is

Monday evening at dinner at surely seemed to have enjoyed some duck, quail and squir- Church member. much I currently student at the
visit from the foimer's sonlWtlll:1m. | a
Cliff and Rose I tie home of Col. and Mrs this event in the most iel. Son Mike went on a thanks to Kathy. Stetson
:Mr.: and Mrs. Johnny Brashear : who arrived for University.
DR"t" Nt'IOOnIt! being Col heartwarming and wonderful hunting trip with his uncle The Community Church I
Are and Thanksgiving! with his bride
BacltL daughter ;
___ Nelson's! birthday. on the v,ays. and cousins.! Roy ,and! Jerry: Women's general;; 1 meeting I
Mr. and :Mrs!!: Tom Norwood of November 21. They wel'el I Ilolned Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Baldwin
Serving The Home. f same day., I The D. Carpenter family enshaw of Gainesville. will will! be held In the educational -I By Sally nothbammorAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ'
Journeyed to JacksonvilleFor by a brother. Elmer and family of Branford
Cooked" Meals You Like On Friday. Nov. 26 Mrs. helped u visiting 16 year up They went to the Lake Butler bull.:!'in? Monday. j the Holidays -
j Thanksgiving Day to I Coombs, of New York !spent Thanksgiving
Earl Hick of Clearwaterin old student Ricardo Dla of game reserve area And Mike Dec. 5, at 7:30: p. m .
have lunch with their daughter -r for the holiday. C1ty// in Meirose.Mrs. .
of Mrs. Walz' brides- Guatemala City! Guatamala I says he had the good luck of I The Board of Trustees will' Duplicate Bridge winners H. Barnette'sdaughter
stationed in A.
Mr. and:! Mrs; R. C. Eddy now
maf1Js! : of 50 years asro' -nnd see Thanksgiving really I getting the sight of two i, met at 7:30: p. m. on December last week were:
and children The Norwoods station manager for North and son-in-law
:Mrs Walz' cousin, Mrs. Hu- American style. Their daugh decrs He didn't get either 2.FEJ.LOWsIIIP. 1st place-Mis. Mary Cook
Air Lines and his! Mr. and Mrs Horace Hudsonof
me looking forward to having west bride
bert; D. Jones of Penny ters. MI'. and Mrs. Dolph; I one. but his young 'ousln' CUB: and! Mrs. H. T. Dent. Three
the grandchildren visit an air lines stewardess will Miami arrived Wednesdayand
I '-'rms had suprxr at the; Reddish and children of. Jerrv fat one on Sunday. President Julius Hanson ties for 2nd place-Mis. F. T.
II with them for the coming I join him in Okinawa about stayed thru Sunday. Another
I XValri"me. Mrs. Hicks then Starke: anMr) and::! Mrs The Kite family enjoyed announces that the club's Hogue and Mrs. Ed Long-
the first daughter of Mrs. Barnett's
I weekend while their parents of the year. -
II went with Mrs Jones to stay David Reid and sons of an oyster\ roast as part of, Christmas party will be a necker, Mrs Roland Bryan
attend a CAP meeting in Mr. and! "Mrs. Arthur MannerlnR" Mrs. William A. Furgeranhl -
I overnight at Penney Farms Jacksonville arrived for the! their famllv holiday doings! covered dish luncheon at the and Mrs. J. P. Vose, Mrs
Deila.Mrs: enloyed a Thanksgiving and children of Orange
Mr. an<1 Mrs Wnl re""'1vertmaViv day, and nvich to the pleas- with their brother and :Masonic> Hall on December 8 I Emory Cooper and Mrs. R. P.
H. T Smith always ( visit from Mrs. Margaret : Park spent Friday with
Breakfast 8 Till 10 lovely gilts and also a tire of all the family. Rlcar-I In-law Ret. MaJ B. at 12:30: p m. Members are Vogue.
seems to find occasion to en- slstel'-I I Ole ke, formerly of her.
$1,00Luncheon I winle'-fui shower of nnnlverrv rto came ns a guest of the I vls at their Lake asked to provide their own SCHOOL NEWS
lov a family gathering and I Harrington. Ill.. and now on Mis. Lull Thagards!: guesUsfor
"" cards from relatives and Reids. They enjoyed the ex- home: table service and serving PTA will hold its next
Thanksgiving no the teaching; staff of Brad- Thanksgiving was her
12 till 2 friends In England, Canada rhansdng garbled English and was exception Mrs. Lonnie Gomto has''; utensils, plus beverage. Gifts meeting Dec. 6 and! present a
enton and his Mr. and
for this close-knit tam- schools. son wife
$I.23 CVvrnanv. and AI1"tr1a": Spanish and comparing taken a position In the catalog will br exchanged not to ex- Music Program. This Saturday -I
II\'. Mrs. Trellie Cheshire and of :Mrs Larry Thagard of Mi-
<*e11\ as in the United States. foorls and customs popular to snle1! order department| (ed $1 in value Mrs Elva :Mrs. Esther Krueger night Dec. 3. there will!

Dinner! 5:30: till 7:30: ThfV wish to thank their! both lands. "Sissy" Reddish Larry werr here from Pompa with the Peirs, Roebuck storeIn Scott{ Is program chairman. White Feather Court enjoyed I be a Variety: Show at the [Continued on next pageJ

$2.25: rmnv frienls in KevstorrHelphts Haved on to spend the remainder no. Te-hla McGriff was Gainesville with Mrs. AXP! Malmgren.Mrs ] a family Thanksgiving at the!
here like stIll another daughter I
of her ,
for their friendly of her holiday from Mr and :Mis Ernest Rig-/ Robert Ferrell, and Mrs. summer son.Roger
ALL DINNERS: Mr and Mrs. S. W. Mur-
BTHn s air) !good wishes. school with her grandparents I don of Jacksonville were host : Wm. Resin Sr assisting.liOMEI.KERS Montgomery on Spring AnnouncingTHE
SERVED FAMILY: rav Jr and their daughter.\ Lake\.
TTFING: OFFMembers fInd on Sunday, Mrs Caroen- and hostess to an "open ( ; BV/.VAIt

STYLE: I of the KevstoneHeights ter's sister Mrs. Helen Walker Mr and Mrs. Charles Evans. house' /sponsored bv the Jim Eight clubs of the Clay Mr. and Mrs J. H Brice OPENING OFYvonne's
all from Jacksonville Her
Women Golfers Association came fiom Jicksonvllle' Wilter] Home BulMlngr on County Homemakers Council, and children of Tampa and

Palmetto RoomI'arkofthePalm' mtt for the final and kind of rounded out a sons. X. M. and family of Sunday nfterroon. The Rig- under County Extension the J A. Brlces. Jr. of Barney -

i clay in the Past Piesldents' perfect weekend. Stnrke and Haydon and famIly don put up; a new three- Agent, "Mrs. :Margaret Nelson, Oa. were Thanksgiving\

Trophy Tournament on Mr. and t Mrs. L.V.. "P.ip" II long of Live weekend Onk Joined gatheilnxs in the, bedrom home on their lake will hold a bazaar and! dinnerat weekend guests of the S. E. Knitting Nook

:JJd 100 Keystone Ills: J Tuesday of last week, rather Nnrsuorthv !spent' the holiday along with g-and-son, Mr. and lot with eves to a possible county headquarters in

enlovlnn a basket luncheon future of retiring down here. Grpn! Cove Springs on Deo
!Mrs.\ Keith Cheshire of Al-
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it New River Baptist Church. Our Thanksgiving/ was ember 3. Keystone members
chua. Everyone was on hand FREE
.- _.. They went alone with Mr. most! quiet nnj:! unventful. who are contributing cakes Drive-In Theatric INSTRUCTIONS
for Thinks-ilvlna: dinner except -
: -r:; : ind Mrs. Guv Andrews of Mae. Bety and Chuck Mc- or pies should have them, together -
I I son Hnvdon and family.
Starke and their son Tommy I but they: visited on Saturday Oownn came down from with bazaar articles. Fri.. Sat Dec. 2. ::1$ I IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC YARN
I I (who was home from collew' Jacksonville early that morn-) at Ballard Dept Store I :Miss I
I Mrs; Smith has Just recently
in Athens Oeorslnl I and:! "'11'.1 I II Ing. The men and bovs all Gentry! by 9 a. m. Saturday.
I returned from an extended I .Lawrence
and :Mrs: Chester Andrews of I went on to a favorite hunting This is the yearly! project for Lost CommandWith Uoulevard
visit in Live Oak and Pompano -
i: yew River Tills group( was : site, hunted all morning/ and I I County Council e'cpertses.' as Keystone Heights, Florida
: and! reports it was such
met by Mr. And Mrs. Wendel ; we women folks met them! no dues. are levied In either Anthony Quinn} and
a wonderfully successful trip,
Moodv. Cindy and Victor of I with smoked turkey and all the individual clubs or Council Phones:
that with the help of those eorJte Sejjal
Jcksnnville.1rs." Noisw-or- she visited, her Christmas the typical trimmings for a t HUeineAA 173-IB65 I Res< 475-2960
thv> sister Mr chopping i is done and partially I
MpTnnrs of Orala has been dinner in the woods So until hold Its Christmas party one -
wrapped-so" how is that
-spending the ween nere. next week. I hope I am still week In advance of the regular -
for smartness?
The James nobbin.! family not to full no as to tell you- date. December 14, at 10a.
David LuUens. of Mr.
Need kind of split up and spent and :Mrs.: ;Arthur hon Lutgens(( so long m. In Clay Electric hall. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS

their Thanks luncheon and gift exchange.
different directions. Jam
at the University of
Margaret and son Billy (gathered Florida Medical Center on NEWS NOTESBy Officers will be elected and

Money for at the home of Margaret's installed! Those nominated DIRECTORY
!Monday\ and came away with Helen E&.aa -.. ,
were: president. Mrs jviliarea
brother. Billy for the
the news that his surgery for
Strickland celebration Younir Payton; Vies President, Mrs. BEAUTY SHOP
the removal of a cataract Is COMMUNITY: CHURCH Emily Ison; Secretary. Mrs. Auto Sales & Service NURSERY
: Christmas son, Gary visited with his tentatively !set for December I I I
Shopping father. W Webber of Jickamville I, 15. Ellen's brother Mr. and December will. ] be Loyalty Deltha Hickey; and Treasurer. KEYSTONEBEAUTY
and son Jim stayed:! "Mrs Fondon. Daughtery and Sunday when officers of the Mrs. Ida Gentry. O.C.Carnes Nursery

home to help hit :grandmother family and her sUter: Mr. church will present the 1967 PERSONALSMr. Service &: Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN SHOP III way lao J'lorabZ3

: Mr. and :Mrs George budget, Including anticipated and Mrs. Charles Kingof Edith: Johiuon
and Mrs. Joe Stevens and Miles 8E of Slarke
1, Watkins entertain some cou- family, all of Jacksonville receipts and expenditures. Twin Lakes enjoyed an If It's For A VolkswagenWe Personal Nursery Stock -Thousands
sins whom she had not Union Thanksgiving Serv- extensive vacation and tour Have It."
seen 41 Creative
spent the diy on Thanksgiving : of Plants ic: Fruit
In vice was held at the church and visit with relatives and Always Plenty of Good thledVoJawagen.s <
What's loan i is to In many years. and report a catch of 14 Hair Styling Nice
more your easy repay. with. Rev. Wm. W. Worstall of friends In Atlanta, Ga, Tennessee In Stock Trees to choose from.
dear ones dreaming of? Let Dick and Frances Hllllard! nice speckled perch. The Individual Beauty Car Shade Trees Evergreensis
gifts your are us help St. Anne's Episcopal as guest and Pennsylvania. In- ,
you play Santa! A Io\\-cost, Christmas loan from were Joined by Frances' sis Lutgens were in Jacksonville preacher, and Leamon Wardof eluding family reunion.. Green, Cove Sprlnrs. 284-9209 Every Form of Beauty Culture : Landscape Plant All
ter from Vero Beach and Open TueS. 9-6
and Sat-
visiting on Friday ;
this bank can solve all your cilt-ghing. problems the First Baptist Church with more than a. hundred Closed In containers-plant Any
they all went on to pick up urday. Monday
Quickly! leading the President's pro- attending, :at Jersey Shores. AUTO SERVI6E time. Camellias &; azaleas.
their mother, Mrs. T. A. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swear-. Keystone Heights. 473-4868 .
What more, your loan t Is easy to repay, Inconvenient Sweat In Alma. Oa. before' Ingen Jr. had a houseful also clamation.In The Kings vere Thanksgiving Let ns da your lajutecaplat.Phono
Introducing Mr.\. Ward.I guests of Mrs. Kind's sis Electrical Sales & monthly installments. Come in and ending their journey In on Thursday. Fred's mother, : : KING'S I : ServiceYeoman'
Dr. A. C. Holt mentioned ter Mrs/ J. T. Radfore, and
talk it over. Thomasvtlle. Ga. There, thev; Mrs. Fred Sweaxlngen. Sr. PACKAGE STORE
that a pastor; has accepted a family In Jacksonville. Service Station 1 Electrical
had a Thanksgiving family I and Jay Wlnnate came down

KEYSTONE STATE BANK aatherlnar with their brother- from Jacksonville as did call from the First Baptist Richard Kyle spent USED CARS AT THE BLUE PINES

1 In-law. Jack Zalumas and their son. Mr. and Mrs. Leon- membership and Is expectedto Thanksgiving with his parents Sales & ServiceFriffdaJre
arrive here this week. He Mr and Mrs. Louis Kyle
BARGAIN PRICES Package Store &
his family. ard R. Swearlngen and Mrs
F.DJ.C. Fla. la Rev Lawrence Carroll and flyinat here from Denver, .
Member Keystone Heights Appliance.
Doyle and Dorothy James; Swearlnareri Jr,'s sister. Mr.\. COCKTAIL LOUNGE
will come her from Pensa- Coo.where] he 15 In foulness ELECTRIC Maytag Washer ;
: *
"Y Friendly Bank. In Your Friendly r Alt. George Tina and Rick and Mrs. J. P. Lee and Open S"A.M-I! p. M. Except
ur cola. since retlrtnj from military Zenitli and
: Motorola
Wheeler all went to Orlandoto Frank Her mother, Mrs. A. Sunday
Corn munfly." do{ their celebrating with L. Mathin of Jasper; roundedout A Pastoral Pulpit Committee servico. WELDINQ 3ieglr' Heat. nf. 13a.net Every Saturday Nlfht
; '
\ has been appointed to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley LaCosta O. Box 166 M lr.M. 4
Dorothy and George's sUter, the family get-together. MILES mAST OFTHE
uxaoas: & ism
fill the forthcoming vacanoy and Arthur Barber en- n.c116.111 a IUYSTONE: UEJOU't1l.J

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husband who is stationed!! I, C. Robinson of Gainesville, and Mrs. Dan BYI'd. ,I Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m.i I ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLICS ,I Morning Worship, 11 a. m,. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH

there. She has looked forward two sisters, Reda and Anna Thanksgiving. ( dinner guests Midweek Praver Service. Wed. .\ Tiaiiiing Union 7 p. m. Evenj Sunday SchooL 10 a. m.

KEYSTONE to this trip for sometime Melrose Bell Robinson of East Palatka of Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hlggin- I 7.30: p. m. Rev. R. L. TaRfart. Sunday Mass 9:15: a m. j ilK Service 8pm, Rev :Morning Worship H L m.
pastor Everyone welcome Tuesday-Novena. :and! Benediction Lucy Conway pastor 7:30 m
and It finally and two of their friends botham were Franklin Hip i Evening Worship : p.

HILITES ized on her birthday material-I Mr. and Mrs. Virrle Rowe ginbotham of St. Pcti'isbuiH.Ml' I'' 7 p. m. Inquiry Class, ('llbKCH' ; Of' GOD I'laye.Meeting, 730; p. m.
) Arthur Carte 1 i 8 p m I Key. W L.Newmans .
From Mrs Wednesday. -
( preceding page and
Mr. and Airs. >I and urn Danny spent FIRST CHRISTIXN. '' 423:! N. St Clair SI Starke.!
I and Friday I
Gvoiue Johnson Thursday .
bert and four children of Thanksgiving with Mrs I Mi. and Mrs. I CHt'IK'II STAKKE Sunday Si<:hool], 10 a. m pastor.NORTHSIOE
amt Jacksonville, Mr Mass, 7:30: a m I 11:10: a. m. .
[From Preceding I'agelUlan ] Rowe's patents Mr. and Mrs'; nil of Wui Service 'lam. and
Atlanta ship
spew Thanksgiving Mis Ailee Terrell, her I Johnson) I Ii Sunday School: 9:45: a. m for grade and high scnool students BAPTIST
with unbeit's Grant RoUihammer of Cedar I and Mis acne< andaughter 7:10::) YPE Wednesday
Thr.nksglvlnJ-1 season Mrs. family MOl'nJl1"VOI'shlp. 10:45 a p m
on husband and spenThanksgivinz I Hgh-
] Mr and Mis Ray 1 1I Located on Bayieaa
Thursday be'ng'! their regular parents Mr. and Mr*. Charles ; at Jacksonville Keys. i i mond\: KlUoie and familand. m Chi-lstl.i.i Service Hour I Saturday Mass; 9:30: a. en. 7:30:: p m. Prayer Meeting, way ISR 2251 at Ralford Road

day. Fran Chesslngton won, Wallenlus Another guest Beach visiting with her Col.! and Mis E. R. Mi and Mis Ben Hlupinbotham 6:30: p. In.Wednesday. '! Filclav 7:30: p. m -Rev. L. S. t SR 18J. Services: Sunday.
was a dear friend. Mrs J. E. mon's for the :! Youth Choir HEILBRONN U.VPT1HTI Williams. p.utor!
in the 18-hole group, while l parents Mr. and Mrs. H. T.1101'inl guests 8101-1 I had daughters i, School 10 a. m. Sunday:
Walston of Jacksonville who Dolores :. were sons. Jun of Practice 3 30) m. Fellowship i I Sunday:' School 9:45: n. mI .,
Joan Wright was winner of I ( and:! a sister Oene Johnson and Dave : p. II mtsr. PKI.SI; IMI\V; : Moinlng Worship 11 a. m.
the 9-holo group. has been cl-'sfl to the family: Carry. Saturday Mr' anMrs. and Ed Jr. of Univ. of Fla I II' Coveulaleenjoyed a hunting Supper 6:30: p m. MidWeek I Morning: Worship, 11 u m.Training I II : Sunday: txhuul, 9:43: a. m.Moinlnj Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
for 41 years. I the To complete the Holiday Bible Study. 7:15: p. I Union, 6:30: p. m.
HIGH SCHOOLGARDEN Teirell attended I' trip Saturday, at Lake City. 81.1 I Midweek :; Wo'shlp. 11 a. m. Evening Service, 730..: Midweek
they received a letter from Adult Choir Pi'act ice. 8:00: Evening Service: 7:30.:
Frank Bonnie
Jones: football U. P.
CLUB NOTESOn and game at Mr. and :Mrs Sal] :Monarovl PI Youth Fellowship! Op I m. I Prayer Service, Wednesday
spent Thanksgiving weekend Mr: and Mrs. Clifton! E. their son. Frank who is: in m. Prayer Service 7:00: 1 p'
November 10. the Keystone I of Jacksonville and Mr and ,I IYLtS4 Johnson Choir: Practice Thursday, 7:30P. : 7.30. -Rev. Glenn Law-
HlRh School GardenClub ; in Biiminghiiitt.) Ala. where Strickland Jr reported having Viet Nam. Mrs Randolph Crosby spent .\ : iP'GIIR'YBAPTIST m Wednesday.Troy 1' m hon, pastorCALV4RY .

met in the Home Economics Bonnie's mother Mrs. C. R a wonderful time during Mrs Ruth Berkleirmn's Uut weekend at the Ciosby's ('UUU11SUlway I i, pastor. I

room for a demonstration Gilbert Is seriously] 111 in I I the Thanksgiving .holidays; guests for Thanksgiving washer trailer home on Crosby Lake. I School. SU'RNt1IIS'IIOS.RY; KiNS1.EY: ; ; LAKE BAPTIST .
by Mrs Sam Gard the hospital. touting thin Miami. Key son and family. Mr. and: Bob Carter will inter the n m.I mMorning I BAPTIST CHBRCH: B.ACrls'l': CIICKCH Sunday) School 10.. mt

nero Mis. Emery Cooper, and Dinner guests! on Thanks- West and stopping off at the Mrs. Phil Beiklcmau and Baptist! Memorial HopjtaSunday Worship 11 u. Sunday School], 10 a. m. Motninj; Worship. 11 &. m..
St. ,
Training Union 6 m.: 633 W. Pratt Sunday
Mrs, Lena Clemens on corsage lying at the Chuck Newman's State Park in their Camper children anhEt\, daughter for p MouiiiiK/ Worship, 11 a. m. Training Union. 6:80: p. m.
surgeryMr !
-maklng. \ home were Chuck's mother. truck. and family Mi. and Mis I and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson Evening Service 7pm. services<: Sunday School. 10 a. Tiainlii! Union. 6:10::' p. in :' :Evening: Service. '::30. Prayer
AI Training
welcome.Rev. Preaching m. -
Dried materials such as; Mrs. Emma Newman, and his; Col! and Mrs. Ralph] A. Stewart McGuity and children : I and family of Jacksonville Everyone m. : a. EvenliiWoi.sliJp! 7:JO. Pray- i :Meeting Wednesday 7rf8: 9.m .
David Medelros pastor. Union. 6:15 m. Evening
bayonet plant lice pepper!I aunt Mrs. Batty Meyeily Stevens Jr. and other guests all of Atlanta Ga. ,spent Thanksgiving herewith : p. : er Meeting, Wednesday. 7:30 -Rev. R. H. Butier. paotor.AIKTARR ,
| Worship, 7 7 m. Everyone
plants corn husks! and glowers After-dinner iruests wereDot'li : spent Thanksgiving in Key Mrs Martha MncKeachle Mr. ani :Mrs Drew Wit ASSEMBLY: OF (.()UHIYAY I wel]( ome. -p.Elder T. C. Wil -Rev. Jim Rigdon pastor I BAPTIST
were shown to 17 mem mother. Mrs. Bert stor.e Heights at the home of and Mrs. Harriet Rice spent' kinson. n'.PELWeldon ; I
Chtlitoffers and from !llama pastor BO.\TDUUS BAPTIST Sunday School 9:49: a. s.Morning .
Sr Ruth Ohlson.
bers present emphasizing the I Mrs a few days in Anglcwood: Mr. and Mr' Drew Wilkinson St and Raiford |
Sunday School 10 a. m.I 11 m.
Tallahassee Bert [Ur.] and Mrs. E. W. Steinert'sMrs. Worship! ,
fact that most any material: visiting with friends. attended the funeral of Road. Sunaay Senno]. 10 a.m. LAURA BAPTISTSunday m'''
Morning Worship, 11 a.
cal be dried ana used. Each Gina Chrlstoffers all of: E. W. Steinert's guests' Mr. and Mrs. Bunyun Kelly ., Evening Service. 7:30: p. w.
Mrs. Wilkinson's! cousin Julian Morning Worship, 11 a. ni. I School], 9-43: a m Training Union. 6:30: m
members selected materials: whom had had\ dinner at Dr at dinner Thursday were Mr.1 Sr. and guests spent Thanks Lake ,, p. Prayer Meeting, Wedneend/fey
of City, 11
Roberts Evening/ Service, 7 p. m Morning! Worship 1m Evening Worship 7::30. Prayer -
and made a corsage. Don Chris-totters" home. and Mrs. A. Dunk of Miami, at the Ocala] National 7:30: p. m. Training Union.
giving '
Friday at the Southpiong Tuesday Prayer Meeting j| Evening! Worship 7:30: p, m Meeting, Wednesday 7:30p. :
The High School Garden Gary Chalice son of Mr and Mrs. E. M. Robinson Forest. Other guests includedMrs. I Friday 7:30: p. m.Rev. E. L.
Mr.1 Cemetery near Macclenny 7:30: p. m, Thursday YoungPeople's Prayer Meeting Wednesday, m.Rev.. R E.
Club Is sponsored by the and Mrs Ray Chance of Melrose.] Mr. and Mrs. R. Kelly's sister, Dovey Alderman The community extends) their [ Meeting 7:30: p. m. 7:30:: p m.-Hev. Luther McGee BerlJ'strom.1'i ipMtor. Griffis, pastor.

Oarden Club of the Lakes. home for the Thanksgiving Logston of Ark. a sister Mr of Gainesville, Mrs, sympathy to the family. t Pastor Leroy LlghUey pastor.BROOKER.
LOCAL ARTIST holidays. He Is a student at Kelly's] daughter and hus Mr. and Mrs Bob Stanley PINE IE\KI RTIST I HOPE: \PTIST CHURCH

IIS ONE-MAN SHOW Columbia] University! in New halt Mrs Alma Frost, and band Mr. and Mrs. Patrick and children of New Orleans'] LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST BAPTIST. Sunday School lo a. m [Highway 100 at Thrrescal

Dot Newman well-known York City I l.t. Col. and Mrs. David Nel' Gllsson of Miami Pat's parents La spent Thursday' to Sunday |, CIIURCH Sunday School, 10 a m I Morning Worship 11 a. m Sunday School] 10 a. m.

artist of our community. !; On Sund.lv. Nov. 20 Mr; son. After the sumptuousmeal Mr. and Mrs. Craig tills here with Mrs. Dorothy; i Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morning Worship. 11 a. m, I Pre-ServlcM! Booster 1 Band I I Morning\ : Worship 11 a.

having: a one-man show of and:! Mrs William Boyer and ], the men gathered at son and Pat's sister Carol Waters and son. Morning Worship 11 a. m.. Training Union. 6:30: p. m Young People, and Pray m.

her work In the lobby of First children of Hillsdale Mich the Malmgren home to watch I Ann. Mrs. Dorothy Waters! and Evening Worship p. m.: Evening Worship 7:30.: Pray-i: Service 1 6 p. m. Evpnln,, | Training Union -8.30: p.

Federal Savings! & Loan Association were unexpected! but welcome ball games ci colored TV, Mrs L. V N, efus n expecting Mir. and Mrs Bob Stanley; Prayer Meeting Wednesday er Meeting.! Wednesday 7:30DF.DAN '' Worship, 7pm, Midweek I m

on University Ave "siiestat the home of and In the evening everyone her sons, J. Carmen and family] spent Thanksgiving 8 p. m.. Sing each Friday ai Service Wednesday, 7:30: p I Im Evening Worship 7:15m. :

In Gainesville This show is; Mr and Mrs Simeral on gathered again at the Nelson!: Fisher of Long Island and in Milliard with Mr. 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane. I : BAFTt tB-oker] .-Rev. D. L. Ramsey, pas J .

sponsored by the National Lake Brooklyn. The Slmerals]: home for pie and coffee. Homer Fisher' of Branford. and Mrs. Bill Roberson and castor. I Sunday School, VO: a. m. tor. Wednesday Night PntfM

League of American Pen I and tbe Boyers had been Thanksgiving was a lively N. J. this Friday for several daughter.

'omenan organization of friends during their Navy day at the Tracy Baker homein days visit. Saturday night upper I
professional writers and ait- days In Green Cove Springs Lake Geneva when their
Aleene L. Adlu's guests foThanksgiving guest of Mrs. Dorothy Waters
tats. Included In the exhib The Bovcrs are planning to five sons 0\\en. Bill. Anthony was her sister were Mr. and Mrs! Richard An investment in Your Future

ition Is a beautiful watercolor move back to Florida: and Lex and Floyd, and all Mrs H W. .Roddy of Atlanta. Norman and sons of i

"Country Store" depict-, make their home) in Jacksonville of their respective wives and Oa Quests also were two Highland Mr. and Mrs. Roy I

In* the little store at Flora- offspring !gathered for a of Mrs Roddy's lends.. Waters and family of Jacksonville ( { mI
home whlcn also used to do Harold Siwlleu. son of cook-out type of Thanksgiving Maj. Gen and Mrs. II PHollls ; Mrs/ Bill Robeifcon Aifmmm{ ,

double duty as the post office. I Tom and Martha Crtuchficld. dinner. Twenty-five persons went away for the and daughter of Htlllard. Mr I ul.lrrla.s\e.+ arYeY

This painting won first was home from Carson-New sat down to dinner andI holidays. They celebrated and Mrs. Bob Stanley and

award In the 1966 GainesvilleArtists man College In Jefferson! (I a fine time was had by all Thanksgiving and their 40th family of New Orleans. Mr I

Association members' City Tenn, for the holiday. Missing were son Tracy Jr.. Wedding Anniversary in. and Mrs. Ed Waters and
show. Mr. and Mrs. George and his wife and children Columbus, Ga. with the Rev. daughter and Mr. and Mrs

"Tenl. n.i oil poi trait of Schaeffer and daughter. who live In South Florida. and Mrs. David Pritchardand John Waters!! and son.
the] artist' nlocTenl I Martha and :Miss Anna G Thanksgiving dinner! guestsat family. Thanksgiving dinner guests GOING UP. .

Chrlstoffers hr first formal ;i McCulloush enjoyed Thanksgiving the homo of Martha and Mrs! Cecil! R. Hook's of Mr. and :Mrs Buford Hit i .

is also] outstanding It is I after which dinner they1lt.d in Gainesville! Mr Ernie Tomes and family were daughter and family Mr, and glnbotham were' Mrs. Lyle] I A building ts being rect the fh'st of d !series Dot is Einle's sister and husband Mis! James Hcarne Jr of Schmell and daughters of
planning to do of her nieces! and Mis Lester: Humphriesan I Mr and Mr.-' Clarence Bush, I Tampa and their children Laurel Bay. S C. and Mr. foundation It firm and deep. The tdlflM fa bunt to endure

and her throe daughter --all :! their diugliter.: Patricia of Green Cove Springs anErnle's II Ann and Mary visited Mr and Mrs.' J. C, Hlnginbotham
In their fh'st foimnls. Whenall I and Mrs Humphries'! mother dad John Tomes of and Mrs. Hook over the boll and family or Lavvtev We need to bund our hom. to ndnm Thajve.:
six are completed! she I I Mrs. Molly Maloney] in I Minnesota who is wintering days. Mrs Schmell and daughters to be built on the rock of Christ. Psalm! 127:1: reads, Sxe'pt *A. Lord build the

will have ] Staike Green Cove spilngsBIKTII :Mr the remainder of
quite a display Iin and Mrs. E. M Robin spent *
Michael Rigglo ret kouat lab & tn vain that build it. Att in j ehmxh rgularlthat your houd
The I Mrs! I OK INTEREST: thry 1. "
current !show at First son's guests for several days the weekend here with her I
Federal] continue until Dec. urned home to West Haven. From :Merced Calif comes were their daughters and patents may be instructed la the way of tba Lori

5. and all ]loyal] Keystoners Conn. on Friday. Nov. 18 I news of the birth of Alison] their families, Mr" and :Mrs: l

, should stop In when they are 'i after vlsltln two weeks with Joy Dodd first: child of Lt Richard Loiston; and rhiltfreii -

in Gainesville doing their'i I the Biuner Baker family an:' Mrs John( Dodd. andgranddaughter : I[ of Ark and Mr. and Y .. ti
: '| Mis! Rlgslo! and Mrs Baker I of Mr and I 4; 's
Christmas shopping Mrs. Andrew Dunk and chil-!
WOM\VS: CLl'B NOTES are Ills lei':!!. Mrs Fred Dodd of Keystone.4 dren of Miami .CHURCH' ; :I... Z Y .

Members of the Keystone! '| Herb Nelson end. Herb Jr. l11ell: ts. She wns born on j I fc af .
Heights!! Woman t Club held i I returned hump Monday I Nov 9 and Is the second v
I ] where they NEWSMUST
: Wilmington. Del
rf Fred and
their monthly] program meet- giandrhlld / \ .
I i I spent Thanuc' rivinn with :Mr 1'\"" -
Midge! Dodd. GrAndma Midge .
inn and co-eied-dlsh ]luncheon Maxville .. ', ".
on Tuesday. Nov 22 at;',and Mis: Ed jmanskl and I flew to California for the : : ,)*''t..

the Educational] BulK'lns! of family and'I'. and Mis l pent. and 1 I. exported home I Btl'lISr CHI KCIIHTAKKK It, ,. ., ',
the Community Church.I I Frej Haitmann: and family I I Monday at which time Lt ; II |
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Prof. H P. Constans. re- I, :Mrs. Szymanski and Mrs. i Dod:!' and his little family I|I SundayDrotherhood MeetIng I t FM 1:
Hartmann are the former I being transferred tcShreveport. with Mrs. Myrtle Coleman and Br.akfa.st 7:30: a. m. i iI J'
tiled former head of the are 1
Sue and Mary Lou Nelson.Herb's ]! Sunday School 9-45: a. m I 1 t 1 ::1.
Speech Dept of the Univer- I j La and son I. 5 .' ttf '
During I IJ I I f r !
sity of Florida, :spoke on par- two rdught! : Mr. and Mis. Ellis Glddens! Morning Worship. 11 a. m.seimon i !
I the ten days the two Herbs! "The Greatness of .
liamentary procedure. I I I I Jacksonville spent Saturday -
they saw the BalI ]- John the Baptist. Training I .r.
Luncheon hostesses were I were away with Mr. and Mrs. James' 4 Tr
Mrs. John Bird Mis Earl I I timoie Colts! I.nit the Los Angeles I,: Coleman mil family. I Union. 6-15.: Evening WorJilp '- i A(

Voyles. Mrs William D'am.1 I Rams play football in _InttrrtemonlnutlonalCommunity I IDs Harley Thomas and ( ; 7:::30. sermon "The Hid-I .

Sr. and Mi'. Charles Titus.I Baltimore end' attended a : Church Dr Miss Jlinmi. Gail Thomas I d l.<*n Tiensure and Pearl of rr

Program! Chairman. Mrs! ': special Mike Douglas: TV A. C Holt minister! : Mn 'I|, spent weekend, before Great, Price," '

,, Show among other things. Oeonje: Caiiov ergrankit t Thanksgiving at Ft. Manning Monday Week! of Prav-
Sara McDonald] IntroducedProf I
Herb. Jr., hud a. diy or so on Sunday School 9:30: a.. mMorning II, O-i,, with n Irley Thomah er for Foiel-jv! :Missions Pro- t

ConstansThe club! members would the town in; N:>w York City. Worship, 11 a. m | Mrs Belle Giddens returned cram.! 9:30: a. m. RAf. 6:30: e,4-, t

like to thank all their friends with one of his buddir-! ;IN\1r8t' open both, hours! here Friday:: before Thanksgiving I P m. New River Athorlatlon .,F

who help'-T i make their Mr. an-1 Mrs Bill Few and _Pr.bvtertaft / to speed" HOme time M" Nlsht, 7:30.: at the

"Holiday Ooodles" Food Sale | three sons spent Thunk.sglvIntf -'1 Faith Presbrterian. Church with her son-in-law and church. i
on Nov. 23 such a success. In Roswell, Ga mother.the i I -Rc-v J. R. Neale Ji min- daughter. Mr and Mis. D. B. I Tul'lKlayWeek of Player ,I 4t'p.ourdkoIiMagrrLsWLa
I !guests of Mrs. Pew's :l I Griff after spending the for Foreign Missions, 9:30: a' ,
FROM ST WILLIAMS ROFw'lI. l tei! : -+ W. > W illar. organist Meeting,1
Mrs; Olen Morris of m.WMU. Executive
past several months in Jacksonville -
There will!! no longer be Mrs. Carl Swisher
Saturday 1,i )fr. and :Mrs Jim Gaboardlof ; withfl'. and Mrs. 11:30: WMU General] Meeting I .nWh|*.kunMg, *.(Mi.IM* Q \ Tlit(}
Confessions organist.
on Melrose were Saturday summer Ellis Glcldrni and daughters. and covered dish ]luncheon, hr mat..*!m*.Mrf,hr_to.rr s.dhaeYaM1.iLIsuIhkrV5Aata. =
Williams School 9.44
evenings Confessions at will be heard at ,I evening !truest* of Mr and Morning Sunday Worship 11 a. m. I Andrew Harris returned 12 noon. Junior Choir practice I imndliii. h M. .... W l<< M |......| w Mdtfr M wr .. lie .. fee" ii;frmwi 1 9.
Mrs. Ceornr Scharffer( to home from Duval Medical Sunbeams GA. 3:.3Q i I 4riiftM4Mi! likk.. MlHMM4Mc will bs.*>Ury. ..l....tIIInIw,w. : .
7 a. mOo on Siuid.iv mornlnlJ'I.nOU" : observe I the Schaeffei wrd-l i i!I Sunday! (Nursery open both Center Saturday before OA 4:30.: ]I km HMi ..oM.rf. ita. M coal. aped .M Ownk, .h>MM..d. .M ..01d 1:1

with Mass nt 7.30. dins: nnniversnrv: and Jim's''. hoqrsJ Thanksgiving: after being/ Wednesday Bible survey,; a' hlm> .4 hb ,ta,.,. hr...<. ..... kom. wwy Mass toed elMld.. .. e.d. p..

With Music cards In all the birthday which, arc both on -Epl.cnnal confined there for several Class. 9'30: a. m. Sunday *.
pews now, parlshoners may Nov :27! St. Anne'a. Her W W&orstall days. School Supt Cabinet Me't-I, MJi(Uk oloM. iU M. .kla. .M to...I.duM rf.... &10,
Join in the Hinging: of the her I -....
words and Mrs. Ruth ohlson I vicar; R. O. Copeland Mrs. O J. Rafune entered na. 6pm. WMU in ,j I
-las.'I--IIure of the
cousin. Mis J. W. Orennan of Prayer Meeting Lottie ,
t orgianlst[ oval] Medical Center last
tune Thanks-1
were co-hosfteshfs on Morning Prayer and Sermon week for treatment. Moon Circle piesents
giving day fir "the :group"! at1 2nd and 4th Sunday! Avory Slade visited Sundayof program 7 p. m'l,

Mrs J. C. Musgrove recent of Mrs Ohlson's home on Lake- 0:3O a. m. (nursery open I last week! In Hampton Church Choir practice ft p, These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsor
Panama City: was the dinner
her'arent. and view Drive Enlojini Holy Eucharist and sermon with his mother Mrs. W, M m. ,
Guest of Mr Ralphiteu'n
Col.. and Mrs
of Prayer -
were 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: A Slade. Thursday I
Mrs. Frank Jones on Peach of Melrose] and Key- 9:30: a. m. Visit- STARKE BU1LDERS UNDERWOOD Lawson Meat Market
Mr. Dan
Street She is the former W. C. M (nursery open]. Clmrct, and Mrs Byrd of program )I ,
toners Mr: and Mrs. ], A. M. "Holy Eu. Mayo spent last Tuesday and atlon.: 7pm.
November School' 9:30: SUPPLIES Inc.
Maxine Jones. On Mrs. AxelMilmKTon. '' AND COLD STORAGE
B>ion. Mr harlot 8am. each Sunday.'' Wednesday beer with Mr\ Friday Week of Prayer'program. Restaurant
13. Maxine left for the Phil ] ;Mfr: E. E. Rine- Belt 9:30: a. m. Primary Featuring Ar Hardware
and Mrs. J. D. and
I Prayer, 7:30: P. M. son ) '
her Evening We In Cmtora
with apAcUlioi! lSla.ght.eand
ippine Islands] to be Complete Paint Huppllp S..dl. Kate To Commercial People'
1 each Sunday. ETC. 63:: P. M.each and Mr. and Mrs R. L. Har Choir practice, 3:30: p. m. I Sporting r>omlrtncnt .. Nn F>y TV-Air Conditioned lug Cutting ft Wrapping
Sunday. ris. WITH us FIKHT"
of Thanksgiving dinner guests nRSTIE'I'IIODIST: 911-1201: TnS AND SIIOWKKH Prepared For Deep J.I'PDOX1i .-
Daily offices Morning I 119 WuhJnct St. North SOI Ph. IM5I-70H4
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home and Evening Prayer 8:00: A.M of Mrs. Myrtle Coleman and CUL'RCH. .STARKK: Z: 9A4-83S1

: and 5:00: P. M. son were Mr. and Mrs.\ Don Sunday Church School

STARKE-PHONE 961.2600 Elchelson and family Mr. 9:45: a. m Morning Worship' Bradford Abstract Co. Rosier Monument Co.
-Baptist and Mrs R.Pellum and 11 a. m. Snack Supper for

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 173-3176 Worship services : Sunday, family. Mr and Mrs. B. F. MYF. 6 p. m. MYF meetings 15S W. CALL STREET a f .''mr' en.

11 a m., 7:30: p. m. QUTMCT: Coleman ant daughter, all ofacksonville. 8.30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: Ph. 964.6881 Starke Fla. A Monument M.AKIIIJGIC:For K.IN erv; ENeo..1 \ V1

open!. Mr. and. Mrs. Monday irl Scouts! meet Also MuUMolelinut
Rental Services Sunday School. 9:15: a. m James Coleman and family, In Fellowship Hall, 3:15: OK STARKE INC.

nursery open]. Training 'Dam Mr and Mrs. Vince Taylor ]I i Commission; on Education 7p Edwards Grocery & 411. U. :Vliulimin !StitrkeI'll. U q.} 301 NORTH

HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS 6:30: p. m. [nursery' open] I and family end Mr. and Mrs. I I. m. Official Board meetingin Mkt. IK4'J) I; Rome ""':.SfjQ.( }

CRUTCHES( ; Catholic Buddy Browning sanctuary, 8 p. m. Ph. 969.3801 SUrke, Fla.
Mr. Mrs. M. C. Brown- Tueoday WBCS Executive -
and Graeriew.Meats-Feeds
St. William*-Pr. Edward i iKirby. JONES
I A'I Inir of Jacksonville' visited Committee. Ladies Bible DeWITT C.
priest in chart!: Gas & Oil
Thanksgiving! afternoon with Classroom. 9:30: a. m. WSCS FUNERAL HOMES
Rtarke. Fla. E. Johns
Z. A. Lamm onranlAt.Bunday I Ph. 964-2182 Charley
That's Our Business I Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning business and program meetIng -
7:30 m.
-Mass. : a.
GLASS In sanctuary 10 a. m. A
Monday Inquiry Class. 7l111 Roy's TV Service Starke Ph. 964-2600 Agency
will be hero In Fellowship
Mrs\ Joseph Lucas and tea.
-If It's Glass We Hare i p 7:30: m.p Novena m. and Benediction daughter and Mrs. Harley Hall lmmi-ti ly after the CALL ROY FOR PROMPT Keystone Heights 1SI S. Walnut Fh. M44341Noltnif

CALL WRITE or VISIT I Thomas! drove to Ft. Ben- meeting; honcrinu( new members SERVICE Ph. 473-3176 G" F.n.'L IS t'R.'NCJIJ
FOR ANY GLASS NEED; -LutheranLutheran I nlng Oa. Friday! to get Har- But Nobody C..neUoII
Thomas St. Starke
Church of Keystone -i l"y Thoma After spending 920 CharI.,. II.. Johns Agency
We DesIgn' Modern Store Fronts Heights; Vicar Richard I the weekend here. Mr.' and Wednesday Primary Junior : I Phone 96M9S1 -...
: Just Mail Us A Pattern For Meyer[ minister: R O Cope-, :Mr] Joseph Lucas and and Youth Choir practice Sinclair Refining Co.

Table TopeSHEA'S land. organist. I daughter and Mrs. Harley 3:15.: Prayer Meeting. 7 BRADFORD MOTEL Hurst Shell Servic.CARL .
11 tV L. Tliiiinu. *, )DistributorASOLIV
Divine worship Sunday Thomas drove Mr. Thomas p mThursday. 'I

a m. Holy] Communion 2nd'' back to Ft. Bennlng Sunday. --Cub Scout Den A SUPERIOR: JIOTKL: >,'(". -KKRO.ENKKUH : : HURST
CO. Sunday of each month. Mr. and Mr. J. D. Bell and : Anll'rlcn'lIIORt Hospitable Motels Oil And Greesee
GLASS I Services held each Sundayat I son and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. 4 meets in Fellowship Hall. : Air CMMlltlonod Free TV 60S S. Walnut. Sturk 8w1' 301 &: 100 Ph. 964C111TIIURSDJV

St Anne's Episcopal] f tBudl r Harris! spent Thanks- 3'H: Chancel: Choir and Coffee Ph. lJ"-SIId

Phone FU2-4353 Church. fCvyatotie Helghu.FU. ,, lriv1no! Day In Mayo with Mr .d.] 7:30 rOhear-j 1757 N. 301 ftl. (bail3511t
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. I IJ .


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Men's Volleyball Is being : .
held each Tuesday night In r
the armory Anyone interested -
in playt.ut may do so by M a. 1
coming to the armory.TRIPLEHEADER :

There will be a triple- GaEIONBLEACH'
header football treat Saturday l
night, DPC: 3. The first 1GAIION

name at 7 j..m. will match .
two teams from the Small Fry
Flag League The second !game l ;
nt 8 p m. ivul: see two teams
frcm the Boys Flag League '
and the thirl Fame at 9 will (
match Fla.. Pest Control and
Thomas Sinclair Oil of the .. 1 LIMIT 1 CLOROX OR FYNE-TEX

:Men's Flag League who tied J ; WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER
Tor second place. A trophy ( J I

for second place will\ be presented \ @ .*. _._____
to tne winner of the
/ l 1
The ar.nu-U! Bantam FootIrs11 FAD --
Party will be held on
Dec 10 at .1< p.m. at the Recreation -

and cheerleaders are Invited!

plonilay.: NIV.\ 21)) ._ ,
The Crlnwn Tide arM" the '3S&
Goats) met In the first game *
The goats came into the
game undeafeated. but were
upset 25.21. The Tide got off(
to a 13-0 l half time lead:
scoring 7 !points In the let
quarter and 6 points In the VP 1
2nd The Goats came back r-- r
In the 3rd period with 7 vr.
but the Tide added 8
more to Increase their lead U.S. no 1 WHITE 'IRISHPOTATOES .. .
the ended 19-
and 3rd period!
7. In toe 4th period'', the M 1
,. \
fence poats, scored muxteert 14 quick!>" their points ol. : SAVE 59* '. FOOD FAIR-LEAN FRESH .;

and looked like they might extend ,
: their win streak but !the
tame ended with the Tide Mr
leading 2 -21.
The second game matchedthe GROUND BEEFfrozen
Green Hornets and the
Rebels who got off to a 13-
7 half time lead. The Hornets 10 4-

came back in the 3rd period .
with a TD and the quarter 1
t ended" with the 'SCOT
tied 1313. The 4th period{ < '
was strictly a defensive bat-. LB BAG 00
Ue with neither team, able $

to score and at the end of regulation 2 y :_ .-. .,
time, the score was

all tied up 13-13. The. Peattratlon -, f\ w"e LB. n .
6/stem' was then 1 A ,
used and each- team had ,- .
four downs to-,either .,,Off!
or advance U.e ball the laf-+ : PKG:
thest from mldfield. 'TheHornets -. .
wot the 'toss"md!! r j

elected to run the first four i I
downs. The Hornets couldn't
core, but n.oved the ball .
half way t 13 the goal line. -
The pressure was then on
the Rebels. They couldnt 1
move the Bull the first two
downs, but on 3rd' down, Mike 21& ,1

Jackson threw a long pace: 25C I / '
to William &:onn8: who !
went across the goal line all Jag
alone. The Rebels were given -
one point and the game 14-

13 In the first game of -the '. .. <
Monday play-offs, the Tide .. i'.. .. '
coasted to a .63-)8 score over ,. >:"
'.::.,.., .
the Rebels. In the second !:k\ .'
game, the Goats took the .
measure of .the Hornets'; by a "
score of 5120. The final r-: '
game of the play-off will E"OAg
match the Tide and the f
Goats Saturday night: Dec. (
,3. at the BH3 field at 8 pra.i" I t tt

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::011 TIIK ('0I :-I.ty- JegteI's '
> I'HUU1''':.
In He: Eittate. ot
batnuel kueenbrrg.AKIA SfV

LI. .awd.| Hum lluaenheif.. ; l POLE

t1OTIYd'50( (IITOR1
All pemona. having, ,claims or ____
demands agalnxt the estate offtunuel
Kommberir.. ...;,k11"10. I
JU>..nberrr. deceased are be.- ... '
by notified and required. to file -
,heir claim: In the office, ut : ''A Y '' BEANS :1 B C4
the County Judge of Biadford.. 170Z
County, Florida. In the. County. / :. 1 ....... .......
Court House. at Htarke, _
a .. .
within atx calendar months from CAN
the data of the Ilrot public.
lion of this notice, or tti* aurtie I WASHINGTON STATE DELICIOUS .
will betome: void accurdinv tathe C
law, 1IMIT-3 JI .,..- .
Tale November 7th. 1..4.I IH WITH 5.00 /
/ | Leon KosenborcExecutor OR 3 Minute ; APPIIE5LB
of the .;.tats o< MORE I .
Samuel KtMvnberaT. a;'k/a '3amHoaenberv I t :: s
Iieceaaed.Jlollls .
etoorke,V.Florida Kntht. :: .... :;<' : POPCORN '1 CRISP ICEBURG .
Attorney 'for xecutor; ,. .. 1
11/19 4t 1IICALL| : : .
.r'dt '
FOR HID :'" > .. .,: to iJ''& .J' 'I..a. 29 I LETTUCE HEAD 17C.

by of Sealed Htarkr the. City bid.Klorldn.Council will. at be of the the received.,, City Cliy .1 .... "" '..- .... < :.1i "..II.I al 49J. 1 ...........................

Hall until 7.40: > o'clock. P. M. on
Tuesday. December: H, 1966. At A Ftbelf X.
which time and place tall Hit JJDELTAGREENS
received will be publicly open.
ed and read aloud on the fallowing -
1_ |1l87! alx cylinder, t'4'
(three quarter) ton truck cab
and ""......1., with uumlllaryHprlnfR -
on ,rear. minimum )4t> / '
HP, all tires minimum( 7:00.: i 1 1 1 1 1 /
16 .Is ply heavy. duty rims.,
heater Included, bumpers or
front and rear, tires with 1
tubes four aueed truintmlajilon, : .
(heavy duty), large rear view PXG "
mirror.. turn .alirnal must be V10oz ASSORTED
Included.All f
price are V,. O B Atlanta t
Oa-" or Jo4"k Ion vIII., .'1.. / I I
The old city reserves Ike
tight to accept or r..).,t a. l1 4
or all bide.. 1
'City Council of City of 1111'"..
By Merrill Uilwards:. CH i 'i.qc

r Clerk:' 11/2 a t2',, l lI '
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oa. 'n crises t fer.lta,


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