Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Gainesville Fla.3261

Santa To Meet Children Next Thursday 'tit L18AS. 4RY I

That eagerly awaited event Santa Starke Plaza
where Santa will
set shop
.Claus' arrival in Starke up
will take
place to distribute car.ly and listen to the wants'
during Thursday the afternoon.annual Christmas parade next of Bradford County youngsters.

Carl Two bands BUS and RJE will s
Henley chairman
of the
it looks like the "biggest ever" with more march in the parade, complete with their ) _

than 40 units already signed up to partici- majorettes and other entertainment groups.
in the parade. The Bradford Roping Club will also participate crv j
pate with'mounted' entries.
Assembly time is 4 p.m., and the parade
will start from BHS on Washington Street Any individual or business wishing toCOUNTY

at 4:30.: The route will be south on Temple enter a float or decorated car in the parade

Avenue ((301)) to Call Street, thence east to may do so by calling Mr. Henley at 964- .3

Thompson, south to Madison west; to 5651

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State Title At Stake

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BHS Plantation !.

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Showdown FridayStarke's

talented Tornadoes will be out for their ._-, .

second consecutive State Class "A"
championship Friday "(
night when they meet a big Plantation squad from { '.

itL Fort Lauderdale at BUS stadium. Game time is 8 p.m. ItfI

The Plantation Colonels _. ___ _. ..
.. gained the finals
by wallop-
again be outweighed and will
l' :) Ing Bradenton Southwest |be called upon to contain a 'a'
34-14 while the Tornadoes
'f j fleet set of backs led by apair
'. tore apart previously unbeaten -
s of 155 pounders in Darryl -
and untied Auburndale
: Lee and John Balrd. Both
24-7 In semi-final last
speedsters are reported to be

Contract Let Education In The Round Paving Plan week.The Colonels are In their able j in 10 to seconds.run the 100 yard dash

For County'sNew New schools at Ilomptori'aiul Brooker, on which bid wUl be opened December. 4 have third won year 22 while of football losing and on- The Plantation line will
= depend upon its size and
20?", U1 have unuwual. but functional circular design. Plan for the two newchooU f Is Outlined d ly 5 and being deadlockedonce. alertness in hopes of stopping

were shown by architect Don Morgan at Hampton and Brooker PTA meetIng The team Is saturated a crushing attack led by ,
Shop lust ww.-k, and received generally favorable reaction.. with seniors Who have played Starke's Joyner and Shannon -
To CouncilA three seasons and gained
Tom Tolber at 225 and
experience. George Skinner at 250 an-
$25,844 contract for construction May Bring $35,000County The game may be a rehashof chor the middle of the Col
: of a maintenance A $7,675 street paving and last week's battle for the onel's defense.!

and storage building for coun- marker program was approveby Tornadoes as they will once The -OoJon lBs>v*' rackedup

ty equipment was awarded to the City Council Tuesday a total of 370( points this
Trlest Construction Co. of night on recommendation of season and have been impressive -
Keyston -Heights at Tuesday's Nell Tucker chairman of the Nine Member as they tamed two Tornado fans will be hopIng -
meeting of the County Com Eligible Streets and Garbage Committee. Class! "AA" schools on their for another stellar performance -

mission. 4 I ,, Included In the programare way to a 9-1 season. from Randy Joy
The structure would be the : The entire east stands for nt'r0 here receiving a
first unit of a county com- New paving-$3.000, South- Zoning Group the game will be on reserve 23-yard puss In the Au-
plex proposes! for construc- For gate Drive ((400 feet) and and fans wanting to know burndale game.
tion on property recently pur- Impact FundsA Westward Avenue [600 feet!. about tickets should call Photo by Candy Wood- p

chased from/ American Legion Paving, repair $3,700: AppointedCounty Mrs. Lois Bennett at the burn.
Post 56 and the Carl Pratt, Bradford.. Blanding High School office.
Rltch estate at a cost of Water, Call, Ida, and Orange
about 100000. $35,000 annual windfall in the form of Federal Ings from the new Hampton Streets. Commission Chairman -
Vote to award the contractfell impact funds appears to be in the making for Bradford School site.Granted. Street Markers-$975: Temple Jerome Johns has announced j Rep. Bennett Two \Women

into the usual 3-2 pattern County, Supt. Tom,Casey told the School Board Tuesday. H request by Ave.. Call St. and Madison the appointment ofa
with, Johns. Roberts and casey- said- a recent survey Vernon W. Starling that the St. nine-member committee to j Predicts NewLegislation i
Shuford voting aye: Chas- showed a sufficient numberof school bus route of Hubert The committee also requested study ways and means of Implementing Elected To
tain and Hamilton no. eligible students to qualify for the impact funds, which Priest be extended about a council approval to cut the a, countywide ,
County architect Frank the county for impact funds he said should be reecelved mile and a hell north of number of garbage/ collections zoning and building code.

Oeorge of Palatka attendedthe a supplement that is paid to early in the new year. Lawtey so Starling's children from three to two times per First meeting of the group Lawtey CouncilTwo
Tuesday meeting and presented the school system of countieson The board accepted with- could be picked up. week, starting: Feb. 15. 1967. will be held Tuesday Dec. A discussion of legislation J
out comment, the resignationof 13, at 7:30: In the courthouse that might be expected in the
schematic drawing for the basis of about $120 Postponed request for Customers be informed of p. m. -
the proposed complex Indicating per year for each student Elden W. Mathews as band $800 worth of additional fur- schedule changes.> Johns said. upcoming 90th; session of Con- women candidates

that the new court- with a parent or guardian on director at Bradford High niture for outhslde Elemen The proposed savings from Enabling legislation auth- gressman was given at the were successful in their bids:
) house would face VS. Highway eligible Federal property In School, upon recommendation tary School Library. this action will allow the city orizing the County Commis- Rotary Club Wednesday by for election to Lawtey's City

301 with a setback! of Florida, or within a reason- of Supervising PrincipalC. Amended the school to purchase a new garbage sion to proceed with zoning Rep. Charles. E. Bennett of Council In Tuesday's:, municipal -
about 150 feet, and 113 parkIng able commuting distance if M. Clark budget to include $8,787 In truck In 1987 at a cost of regulations was passed at Jacksonville.He election.
spaces provided initially. outside the state. No explanation was madeof NDEA funds. about Sit,000, it was said. the 1985 legislative Mission. described the 89th session Mrs. Marvin (Louise C.]
The courthouse would be the resignation which was The council approved all Johns said that the pressure as the most productive,
Casey said the survey revealed -Agreed to call for bids : and Mrs. M. M. (Bar-
90 by 178 feet and would con- 272 qualified: students submitted on November 28 by for removal of 20 pine treesat recommendations, as well as of other matters had but also "the most wasteful"in bara J.I) Jordan will have
j tain 33,000 square feet of ;Mathews: who has served as Starke Elementary: School asklnz for bids on a new garbage kept the Commission from history. the distinction of being the
space on two floors. George from 125 eligible families. BHS Band director !since playground to allow for an trudc. exploring the possibilities of Congressman ennett laid first of their sex to serve onLawtey's

said. Space would be provided This is more than requiredby 1956.Action expansion of the facility. On motion by Tucker, the zoning, but added that Inci- stilcter laws on firearms con- council when they

for a future new county the law which says a win taken closingout Bids will also be asked for Council turned over to City dents in recent weeks had trol and anti-riot legislation take office at the first meet-
jail on the north central por- county must have at least final construction costs surplus property! at the Attorney Gorge Pierce for brought horn! the need for are two matters to which the Ing in January.
tion of the property, accordIng three per cent of Its school such action. 90th session should turn Its at-
by Harris & Harris Construc- county .maintenance yard, further study a contract of Mrs. Jordan wife of Law-
to George's drawing. enrollment in this categoryin tion Co. for the Lawtey and including the old vocational employment presented by Gordon Named on the study group tention. He !said that the nation tey's town marshal, won
The Commission also approved order to qualify. Southslde schools. The Law- agriculture! bus Friday of the engineeringfirm were: David Coats.. Dr. H. H. also needs a new pro- handily over former council-

preliminary drawingsof (Casey received additional tey project was $1,790 over Decided, tr ask bids on of Reynolds. Smith & Adams. MaJ. V. J. Spengler is:am for construction of bom- man H. C. (Hermlel Kelly bya
the proposed; Bradford information from the State expected cost while South- moving the old Hellbronn Hills The new contract would George W. Roberts, Jr.. ber aircraft and an antimissile vote of 101 to 57 for a one-
County agriculture, center as Department of Education side ran $150 over Board school building at BHS. Casey Include all utilities work [water Ralph Bryan, Mrs. Betty program. He said that year unexpired term.
presented by George. The Wednesday announcing that member Rodney P. Hall observed suggested! using the build- sewer and electric I. Edwards John A. Torode. neglect of the bomber pro- Two-year terms were
center will be located on property eligibility i iulrements have tire Ernest Trle.st, gram leaves the nation In po- won
that In future any ing for storage, and said that whereas the o'd' contract cov- andBasll Da- by two unopposed
adjacent to the Starke been further liberalized to sition of being able to fight
work order ever $300 should Coach Dave Hurse had asked ered only water and sewer Mrs. Rosier with 99 votes,
[Continued On Page Six] Include any member of the either a nuclear or no war at
first be officially approvedby for the vacated space to project and Richard E. Starling with
uniformed services (Army, the board He added that build a dirt track. Board Although Tierce said the 5th all.

Navy Marines Air Force, no reflection. was Intended member Hall: thought the contract was correct as to Plaintiff The speaker was Introducedby 93.Three Incumbent council

HELP Coast Guard and commissioned on the integrity of anyone building shoulc be sold. form the Council wanted a ex-Congressman Lex Green! members, whose term
A Worthy Cause! personnel in the Geodetic but the board should have a further look Into the section Files Suit OnAssessments who lauded Bennett's effortson did not seek re-election.expired -

Buy Your Health Service Survey! who and Is Public on !set policy for future situa- Four InjuredIn dealing with fees, which are behalf of the cross-state They were Billy 'Anders. H.

XMAS TREESFrom active duty "without regardto tions. Car-Truck hlaher than those formerly canal and the Jacksonville W. Bennett and Earlle Pad
In other action the board: paid. NAS Bennett. In turn sad gett.
geographical location.
The Active duty Is defined as Extended the date for Collision Here Prlday also reported that A fifth plaintiff Rayonler, that while he worked for these Hold-over councilmen are
full-time duty, even two accepting bids for construc- engine specifications for the Inc:? has entered suit against projects, Congressman Green Paul Dinkins and Robert
Starke JayceesOn !! weeks training tion of two new Hampton Cuts and bruises were sustained proposed n",' power plant expansion Bradford County charging deserved credit for Introduc- Scott.

Sale Dec. 9w. such as a reserve or programs National and Brooker school from by occupants of a passenger would be submitted Illegal assessment on It tim- ing them in Congress when he
I Madison!' St. Guard component may be Dec. 13 to Dec. 20, with the car and., a truck that within two or three weeks.A berlands for 1966. was a member of the House Paint Mixing
name date Applying to bids collided on K. Call Street low bM of SI.711.SO was
,Across' From Slade Gas counted. but not the required Mon- Four others Owens-Il-
on all food except( perish- day afternoon. accented from Baldwin Chev- linois. Operation
drill periods such as one Container Oilman > :
Benefit Jaycees able vegetables] for January According '.(. city Investigators rolet Co. on a 1987 three- MASONIC MEETING
night Paper Nelson B. Blacker -
or one week.]
pere Opened Here
I Christmas Party For February, and March. quarter ton plck-uo truck.
' Ca.vv sail< Wednesday that !a 1962 Ford, driv- have visa filed suits Bradford Lodge No. 35. F.
Children the liberalized eligibility requirements -Voted to cooperate with en by Mrs. Joann Solz. travel- Other bids sere: Terwillgar contesting their 1966 assess b A. M. will hold its annual R. C. [Pee Wee) Dampier
Motors $1,770 and J. E. Har-
1 should make as the Bradford County Economic ling east on Call Street (Highway dy Auto Sales,: $1,876.015.A ments. election of officers and also has announced! the opening of
This Space Contributed manv as 300 students in the Agency and CUBB 2301 turned left into Bes- All! five are also parties to have' Past Masters Nlaht on a paint manufacturing om-
Weekly to Publicize county qualified: I for Impact Agency In the proposed 40- sent Road in front of a pick- three-quarter ton steel suits brought a year ago on Monday. Dec. 12. A fish din- pay at 341 N. Temple Ave.
Community Events by fund He said the Federal UP truck travelling weak on service and utility body was their 1965 asses ments. The ner will be served at 8:30: p.m. under a franchise from the
day Head Start program next 230 and driven purchased on a low bid of
by William S. '
monev was paid to county 65 suits are scheduled for All! Master Masons and their Nationwide Paint Factory in
The Community school systems as compensation summer, using the Starke Haas. Both vehicles were 483 from G'ayon Iron Works. trial before Circuit Judge wives are Invited.POSTMASTER Tampa.
Elementary center facility. heavily damaged The only other bid: was!! from
for the amount theIW'hool" John A. H. Murphree In Jan- Nationwide supplies the materials -
State Bank would bP -Approved the color film Mrs. Solz, her two small Pitman Manufacturing Co. for
receiving In and the paint is mixed
ad valorem ing of the state championship daughter:: *, and Haas were all a fiberglass' body costing $982. uary.The ANNOUNCES:'\
taxes if the Barents plaintiffs allege that here by :Mr. Dampier: for sale,
Accounts now insured football game here Fri- given emergency treatment for In other action the Council: CHRISTMAS HOURS:
or of the children the $78 per acre average as- bot.hole18Ie! and retail.
up to $15,000 by night at a cost of cuts and bruises at Voted "
about 250. Bradford unanimously to request ,
emolrtved Most of
bv private aessbent on timberlands by Postmaster T. C. Hazen Jr. the paint made Is
Federal Deposit Insurance Directed Casey to obtain County Hospital and later re- the Bradford County De-
Industry rather than on Tax Assessor!! Oene Lena 18lllell'iJ announces \that the Poet Office white but colors wil be mixedin
prices for leased.
Corp. government properties.Th providing a chain- velopment Authority for re- : and confiscatory. They will provide all-day lots of 75 gallons or more.
link fence separating Mrs. Sofa was charged with pavment of $500 which the window
property claim, the Mr. Dampier!! Is advertising a
board authorized 1 73.000( acres Invol- service on Saturday, Dec. 10.
owned by Orval Brook- failure to yield right 04 wry Authority rrcelved from the
Casey to make application i ved are actually worth' only and n, from 8:30: a. m. until special get-acquainted offer In
causing! an accident. (Continued On Page Six this Issue of
) a fraction of that amount. a p. to. ; The Telegraph.Julian .
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) Tmrcts..,\Y. DEC .. "". '
_n__TWO_ __ vmnogi ailin ra ndyltrj_ lai. atvno.i; .in.Q.iiivnn. _

Mr. and :Mrs.' Curtis Edwardswere I Mr and Mrs J. F Hollingsftorth I Mr and Mrh M B. Sewell,I Mrs Louie Bell Parks and Mrs F. F Ktump:: and Miss I club house honoring new don. jibs Harry Mooty :1.1.: ,
visiting :Mr.' and Miiiiehnrd \ II and son of and her sst) r. Mrs Paul her guests, Mrs. William Lillian Slump have moved I members and the District R. P. McLendon, Mrs. L A

: Gregory in Jacksonville Montgomery, Ala. were visiting Smith of Phoenix, Ariz.:! at. I Parks and children of Atlanta into their nev home on Bes- Four director, 'Mi's. Frank Canova Mrs. E. L Matthi .1 i ,
on Satunliiy.\ ': They Mr. and Mrs. Holllngswoith" I tended the Overall'.ret family On. left Thursday for a sent Road. Jenkins, of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Robert Green.
I brought back ,with them fitiAan\ ,TSf. over the weekend reunion at the Ma aside Mo- I week's visit i.t Delray Beach. Mrs. C. II. Reid of Tarpon Also invited to attend are

and John Grcjfoiy;( for .the Mrs Eugene Williams and tel in Fcrnandlna Beach on I Mrs.' Henry Sbefanelll. Springs! and Miss Mamie the executive' board membersof
weekend. Mrs. M' H. Sheppard of the Thanksglvln t weekend. Mrs Oladys Weldon, and Anderson and Mrs. P. E.I neighboring Woman's Presbyterian Youths
GLADYS 100TYPhnn Mr. and :Mrs.: Herbert Thomas'and Brunswick Oa.; were visiting Enjoying/ the affal r were 42 Mrs Francis Meng attendedthe Stone of Archer, were Sunday Clubs Enjoy HayrideThe

flfii-Ofitil daughter. Kathleen were friends here Tuesday. adults and 15 chi!.''rcn. Upon Day of Recollection for visitors of Mts, E. M. Davis. I. Members are asked: to

tn Winter Park last Thurs- Mr and Mrs. Charles! their return Mrs. Stewfll and the St. Augustine' Deanery of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour I bring a i prospective member Presbyterian sea, >is
day and Friday to attend the Fields and;! family of Jacksonvilla :Mrs. Smith visited friends the Diocesan Connell of visited! their son Douglas : and also bring a Christmasgift Youth Fellowship. had a hi\-,
funeral of Charles! M. Fowler were visiting their, and relatives in Cen trul Flor- Catholic Women on Dec. 2 at at (Officers Candidate wrapped suitable for a ride party last Saturda-;
;Miss: Sally Ann Eppersonwill mothers, Mrs J. H Fields ida and In Jacksonville: for a the Holy Redeemer Parishin School at Fort Bennlng. Oa. patient in the Starke Nursing night starting at the chun :o:

arrive home this weekend and Mrs. O. W.White Sr., on week. Mrs. Smith I cart Wed- Jacksonville with the over the weekend.Woman j Hame. and ending up at the T. ,.>
For the holidays from Ingle. Sunday. nesday for her '!some in women. of the: Parish serving I Hostesses for the afternoon Yawn home for the remainder -
wood High School Jacksonville Billy Dowllng has returned Phoenix after a mouth's visit as hostesses. They wer accompanied ,
the evening.The
Club of
s I will be Mrs., W. B. Mundy.
where she wire, interning from El Paso, Texas, wherehe withfl':: and Mrs. 'S, well. by Mrs. Anne twelve folk '
chairman Mrs. Guy Andrews young "ci) -
for the past ten weeks. She has been employed since Mrs. Amy Wilmot of Jack- Kirby of Limerick! City He- Christmas Tea a hamburger fu
C toyed
co-chairman Mrs sgames
will graduate from the' University August. sonville was visiting Mr and land who /isitlng her son
and dancing. after
T the
Next B. Terwille-mr. Mrs. G. !
,ley M' '*! of Florida next week. Mrs T. D. Dyal and:! :Mrs. Volley Starling on Sun- Father Edward Kirby. WednesdayThe
1 Hugslns. Mea! Florence Jennings hayride.
A Jeff Warren and :Miss: SusanPiercy I daughter Mrs. Marie: McDa- day. Mr. and Mrs.! Starlingvisited !; Mr. and Mrs. L. 0 Hazen
oft' Starke Woman's Club Mrs. T F. Howell. MrsI. Chaperoning the group
of tin-} University
rid of Gainesville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph were visiting Mrs. Oeorge I
Florida spent the w,:kt'nd wth I will have a Christmas tea at T. Jones Mrs. M. R. Judd were Mr. and Mrs David
Mr. and :Mrs Joe E11arbee : Roberts In St. Augustine Barber in Gainesville Sunday -
,', the December meeting. Wed- Mrs. Oeorge Kopelousos Mrs Montgomery: and Judge and
:Mr:\/ and Mrs J D Warren. I Panama City last : .
1 Mrs T. C. Hazen Jr., :Mrs.: week in : Monday night! : nesday at 3:30: p. m. at the Gene Lon! Mrs. A 0 Lou- Mrs. T. A Yawn

Guy Andrews/ and Mrs Levon \
Andrews attended the AL- ....
Holiday -
... .
4" 'J Tour of Hcxincs In Gainesville\

jV tA 1 on dinn guest Richard!Sunday< Bench of John Williams was Spongier a of weekend Fcrna-bt'foiv r IpPliance giVing means lasier living

A Joining the U.S. M.irineH on

Cordelia Ann Allen Becomes Bride Tuesday
:Mr.: I and :Mrs. R. O. Dnnxby

Of Mr. Norman In Hampton Church were Sunday afternoon guests
of,Mr.[ and Mm. Etlwnisl ,Davis

of The Hampton First wai Baptist the Church setting\ on lace a background of white\ canata in West Gainesville In Side which Baptist and Mickey attendedthe Church Dans- For the First Time Ever Slade Gas and Appliances Is Putting Several Items on Sale at

for the marriage of :Miss Misses Annette Thomas
Cordelia Am (Corklel I Allen I and Fnye Allen: cousin of the by took part.
Albert Crews and George .
*6 Ronald Lee Norman on bride. served as bridesmaids CLOSE OUT PRICES!
Crews of :Miami' were guests;: !
Nov 19 at 7-30 p. m. with In rose pink: satin floor
I 1)''of Mr. and :Mrs: R. R. Chism
Rev. p L. Estes performing' Iciittth gowns with empire

the nuptial The bride Is waistlines and long sleeves.]I from Arcli'll Thursday Crosfoy to Sunday.underwent STEREO WASHERS DRYERS TV'S RANGES
the daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Their nose length veils were surgery last week In st Vincent's *
E. D. Allen of Hampton air] attached to rose pink satin
I .
the groom Is the son of Mr. I pillboxes.! Tlv-y carried nosegays -I Hospital.Janlne ,
the weekend
_ and Mrs. O. J. Norman of in a llaht pink shade. I with Gay Miss spent Sully Ann ICp-: Take Advantage of this Early Bird Visit From Santa!

Lawtey. Given In marriage by her| person In Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Centering the altar: was a father, the tilde WAS lovely,I Pearl Edwards and.,
atmburst arrangement of In a bouffant po-vn of white
:Mrs. Hazel Ritch were
"white gladioli. :Jalsv! pom- organza :accentuated with
Tallahassee Sundiv:! vl-mna
poms and large chrv qnthE'- Chantilly: type: lace. The
Mr and Mrs. Franklin Ritch. i W.m 1
mums against a bncksro\mj{ moulder brwllc"! of lace had Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyu1 Staying

of Jade fern and palms. This: scalloped neckline with.. and sons of St. Petersburg/ [
was flanked by alv candelabras -' lace and calla lllly sleeves.] were visitln Mr and:) Mrs
holding! burning The had Watteau'
end two smaller arran
of white gladioli and 'pink' panels of ornranza/ trimmed THERE'S A NEWMAGIC /
stone Height was :
daisies in a line ''design. A with lice Her bouffant veil, :Mr. and:) Mrs. W. T Jackson I I Modern Clean and Economical WayDenl'born's -
kneeling bench, covered In of Illusion w.is: attached to a
on Sunday nttemoon
white design, and was used:! crown of oran .e blosoms of
Mrs M. It Watson GHEE:
during the cpremony The piano quet of white Trenched carnations -' Dnytona Beach spent the Crest gas area >

held h. J a central arrangement and! stephanotis cen- first of theeek with :Mr heater has the famous Cool ?, ,

roses: of pink and white tered attons with and .1 tephanotis large white, cen-or- and Mrs. L C. Adams In before the Safety Cabinet stays"touchcool" t" 1; }., GAS RANGE DESIGNED TO PLEASE YOU
leaving for Antlqua and sides. .t1'
on top -
chid Interspersed! with white "I
Debbie Hicks, pianist, rendered : Leeward Islands to spend; the 4
music and accompanied tulle puffs and/ satin leaves holidays with! her son and It has "warm heart" in the >f J.... --

Miss Julie Larson, the placed on a white Bible. family. Hi-Crown Burner means : .!:, -
soloist! Mrs. Allen chose for her and -- Auto M ag I C Cook and Keep Warm Oven
Richard Jackson better heating at lower cost, .
daughter's weddinn a three .f.- Removable Oven Door, Door Seals Oven
Bud Spears served as best daughter, Linda, of Whip- and it's warranted for bfe-
piece beige suit of knit and a f... .
man. and:! the ushers were many N. J. were visiting his ,; Liners, Rack Runnars Fluorescent Backgwrdtlme.
Jimmy Lawson and Joe Allen suede convJcrrented: with a mother Mrs. Margaret Jack- There's a size for every I .' Light No-Drip! Top Clock with Hour Timer

brother of the bride. rorsaee! of f.-enched pink cir- son, last week, need. See ;your dealer today. Ill Appliance Outlet High Performance Burners

Miss! Barbara Sue Edward I nations ;barked with pink Mrs Bobbv Enflnger and 'ou'1l10ve the Dearborn Crest 1 cE High-Slmmer-Warm Color-Coded Controls

attended as maid of honor in puffs and satin leaves children of Black. Ala. were heater. x+(:.q Sealed Oven Window and Light 2-piece!
Mrs.! Norman mother of f gas .
a light pink satin floor :Monday ove1'nlllhtUl'sts! of Broiler Pan
length dress! with emolre: the 1lT'00m'as attired in a Mr. and Mr! W. F. Herlonu
two piece beige brocade:! dress 99
waistline and long sleeves Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs.Virginia \ .
with which she wore a coraee '- W.T.
Her nose length veil wns heMIn Smith returned ,1 _
place! with '! of frenched pink carnations "' :' 1. i
a light pink Monday after a seven-day ) ., "
satin pillbox She carried a pink puffs and satin cruise to Puerto Rico and St : \..,. Fluorescent Backguard Light No-Dnp
noMP-nv of rose< pink daisies! leaves.A: !. : Joseph Island. Upon their return ". ,' ': > Top Clock with 1-Hour Timer Appliance
Interspersed with rose pink,' reception was' held Inrollowshio thpv sn nt the wepk"ir") Deorborn < -.4 .. Outlet High Performance Burners -

tulle puffs end:! satin leave? hall which was! In Mlnml with11': and :Mrs .I' ; =- High-Simmer-Warm Color-Coded Controls

I decorated with a sunburst, J. A, Rvder. '*% s ) J.J.(;II. >. Sealed Oven Window and Light Roll-0 t
.1 Mrs H. F. SmIth' of Willis- Smokeless Broiler 2-plec Broiler Pan
ton his spent the past weak __ ,. i
with h"lonlnIAw and
I rtmiThter. Mr and Mrs Mir.Ticrvon. _
| arH i their new bnbv : : $239.00
"marvel? W.T.
ofversatility. daughter :Mr. Smith Joined .. :

.. them on sun-'flv and :Mernith "' ,,3160'W'. :' "
Dalmacaan witti returned home with .. ,' _
q r zip-outlining!" him.Mr No-Drip Top High Performance

: and :Mrs. E. F ce'lov' ,,., y Burners Roll-out Smoke
of Gainesville M"'''" lust Frl.rtnv '. Q vo wntsr p ,r.,,.,.. _- less Broiler piece Broiler
," .It"1 of :Mrs F C 4ti '. '' Pan 4 Leg.Levelers Red

debutogjr. Hol11nR" wlJrth. = + z z. Wheel Lo-Temp Oven Control

arrangement of white glad t g fII, y+ =
loll pompoms and chrysanthemums -
t '
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fashions: it for you in Mrs Gene Norman cut the Thrilling: Color Picture I *" Instant-on Color "

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repellent with Dukes and Marie Gnsklns *"
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slash pockets. left on a short wedding! trip Contemporary Walnut Styling in Hardwood

:r( Beige, Navy The bride chose for traveling Veneers and Solids:' Cabinet Size: 32 :3-s"

a two piece bur and1o' knit II x 37 3-S" W x 19 5-8" D.SLADE.
ult with matching accessories -
complimented ''with the
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stationed in the Army .IS! Terry Dea Duke Patricia Parrish mented with a bronze mum I''LittleVomen
rj r a private flisl class!. They corsage Her short veilv.i
are l'eSl.,1nKt 6tm Wisconsin To Wed Mr. Bryan I Weds Mr. AlvarezIn held in place with\ a ; i'o Meet MondayThe

3t Apt c. Killeen Mexas. Home bow in her hair. bllij\.j
I I Mr. and :Mrs Glen P. Dukeof NuptialsMiss Mis Paia'i-h. mother of the Little Women's Club

Mrs Smith Hostess ', Fort Lnuderdale. former Patricia O Parilsh.daughter bride, wore a winter white:;i, will meet Monday night at 7
o'clock In the club house to
Starke residents announce
'I dresa with olive
v II green trim
of Mr. and Mrs.
make decorations for their
GLADYS MOOTY At Luncheon the" engagement and approaching 'I Winton Parilsh of Avon with which the wore a white
Christmas formal Dec. 23.
marriage: : of on
Phone 964-06&1 Park, and Arthur Bobby Alvaiez chrysanthemum[ corsage.Mrs .
There will b. a short business -
Mis Paul A. Smith of daughter Terry Dea to I
A'vorez'! mother of
: thel1'j son of Mr. and Mrs J.
Phoenx Ariz. who has been Winder:! Bryan III. I meeting r. Members area
the bridegroom selected nl
I W. Alvarez of Staike. were
kp'l) to woncasual: atttie _
vlsltlin: her sister Mrs. W. B Mrs.' :Myra Bryan of
united in marriage Satuiday.Dec : Navy blue dress!\ trimmed" with |
Sewell, the month, was' W. Hostesses for the eveningwill
plat Lauderdale and John
Blaine:: And Clifton Newsom white and (also wore! whlt '
Johnson 3. at 8 p. m. at the a :; be Jivna Hardy
hostess at a luncheon :Monday Bryan Jr. of Light House and
:Exchange: Vows In Methodist Rites In the Pecan( Room of Point home of the groom's parents, chrysanthemum corsage ;, Martha Dennis
with Rev O F. Prevatt performing A reception' at the Alvarez ,
the Garden!: Restaurant. I I The wdciln! will be an
', the r.uptials. home followed the WCTU Members ;
bodice and straight skirt The!' Inn table '. In cpiemonv J
dining: \vnicentered : event of De( 17 at 8 p. m.
The wedding vows were Centering the refreshmenttable .
With this she wore a pink with a miniature 'the St. Ambrose Episcopal / Exchange Gifts 2Members
repeated in the living room] was It bridal cake topped
cymbidium orchid corsageA Christmas tree and down the Church in Fort Lauderdalewith
1 held in I of the Alvarez home which with a bride and groom ': ;:
was :
reception length of the table was a a reception following In oi the Laura"*
*a Fellowship Hall which was garland of holly Interspersed'' the Pnilsh! House. was decorated with The bride I is a nursing i Scott Union WCTU met recently -;
r ments of student at Duval :Medical
decorated for the occasion f with Christmas balls. I' Miss Duke is a graduate of and al'l'anRe-1 Center In Jacksonville and at the home of the.
greenery ,
with baskets of white mums Seventeen guests enjoyed prIrtpnt Mrs Charles A.:
St-amhn High School In
Attending the couple were) will graduate: In
accented by red roses. Thebride's the affair In-ludlna.:: from I FrbmaivMr Oelul" In Park of the Palma,
Fort Lauderdale and Is
covered now Robert Brown as host! man Alvarez. is !an inspect, i ,n;
table was Jacksonville Mis[ Jame O Future projects were dls-
attending Broward Junior and Miss Parrl h. thebride's for the State Rna
Judy l deij.ui-
white organdy cloth I 1 Sewell, vusedd ;
with's. MisV B. Goodloe Collepe; Mr Bryan: graduated: sister maid of ment. < the holiday sea.
as I
and centered by a three- 11rsV D. Rriber'son.' MMargaret ,- from Fort Lauderdale 'High 1 Dui:i ob-PI' ,. c<1 with an ex-
decorated -\ ,,, honor. The couple)/! I is u Klin( : 'on !
tiered wedding cake : : L nm, and :Mrs "School nnl it 1 attending WestiPii'h i >rr (e of !-lfts Refresh-
The bride was attired" in a ..
with red:! and white rosettes Joel Timnv I Alton Road 111 "t< \v< rivrd by the*
p tm junior "
with a ruffle of tulle at Frances Bryant Weds Donald Lee 11'L e bleep! and tnwwn suit rnm.t", ''' .

the base. This was' flanked by I In Hope Baptist Church Rites i II ..
decorated -
two candelabras -

with red roses, white pom- Frances Cellta Bryant mond shaped pendant. &VW
poms, and pearl grapes. The 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'I Mrs. Bryant chose for her :

punch table was covered ,: Charles Bryant of Bessent daughter's!; wedding! a two jPeV .'
rr rri with white organdy cloth and I Road and Donald Angus: Lee I piece turquoise brocade dress

held a crystal punch bowl. son of :Mr: and Mrs. Oliver E with jacket and matching
Presiding at the punch bowl Pearson of Gainesville were accessojles With this she

were Mrs. A. O. Loudon. assisted united In marriage: on Nov wore a whita carnation cor-

:! by Miss Virginia New- 23 at 8:30: p m. in Hope sutre.!
i 'rt. some sister of> the groom. Baptist Church. There l'a. Mrs. Pearson, mother of **'

t Mrs. Don Page and Mrs. Rev. Fred Dodd performer the the groom wore a two piece i; ,rf
wi Robert Oreen greeted" guests nuptials. gold satin brrcade dress with

at the door and presented [)f'coratlnthe;; alter were matching avressoiles and a
them to the recelv fig line I pedestal boskets of white white carnation corsage.A I

composed of the bride and' mums and I'.adloll:! against: a'' reception was held in the ISe &Season to & i ,
their and the of the :: It"f
groom parents background of palms and,' educational building w Shins'J::
bridal party. Mrs. Tommy branched candelabra. 'I church where arrange- S
i R. Bankston kept the bride's Miss MarcIa Griffls organist : ments of white carnations and ,, I 'oond .11
ti :r-, book at a table which held a rendered nuptial musicas gladioli were used as points of .- ,

crystal bud vase with a single the guests !lathered and Interest. The tilde's table was ,
\ red rose Mrs. W. M. accompanied Mrs. VoncllleGilffls. covered with! a white '!lace. 1 1I :NN ,;A I) dJolidav .Sfl1OfS,3GIRLS' ,
:1 Smith cut" the bribe's cake, the soloist I I cloth and Icentered with aithreetlered party pretty

\ '. and assisting In serving were Phllp Graham '''served as I, wedding cake DRESSES "_.."".. ..""." ... ....-)
:.I! Mrs. Mary Lappe and Mrs. best man and the ushers' topped with a miniature bride l./
... ': W R. Reese. were Jimmy Bryant brotherof I and groom. At the base of the SIZES "-
T ; :
"t ; The bride chose for travel- the bride an-! Mike Frick. I cake was a garland of white 7 to 14 29,to 599 b
t'l: ..,. ..' ....' Ing a Navy blue three piece Miss Janet Nichols servedas I rosebuds. Cutting the bride's 095
'. ';:i .. .: .....Ior.h .,.;l.., '- suit of buttee knit with plum Mrs. Imogene Bryan \ SIZES3to 599
d' .... \I. maid of honor in a street cake were 299 399 t
>!.".'.,.. """ ;I.L'" > accessories and a red corsage. length dress of pink satin and Miss Gloria ibson. Pre- 1 y
r.1 "h ,'" -Jf'. The couple will reside In brocade. She carried a white siding at the punch table were 99A '
.ell. Lake City Mr. Newsom is an carnation nosegay: with pink Mrs Floile Davis and Miss \ 1 Ito3 1"2 f f Dresses For every gay holiday occasion Smart
.__ _w new styles for daytime or evening to make
engineer with Occidental in satin ribbons. I Gilda Graham Miss Shenle gift fo male*your ptnt-itio ,, 'I
Miss Elaine Johnson,j White SpringsSouthside!' Given in marriage>; by her Norman kept the brIde's, prmcBt adorable and ador* you your loveliest through every busy hour
daughter of Mr and Mrs. 'L..A. father the bride wore a I book. Ing.Frillyortailor.dlnwan- Beautiful fabrics and colors in sizes lo flatter

: Johnson of Balford. became -: PTA white satin brocade gown: Guests wore greeted at the l__. w d-dot wear-well fabrics o every figure: petite, juniors, misses' and

the bride of C. Clifton I featuring long sleeves and door by Mis June Norman 1V half sizes.
Newsom, Ron of Mr. and Mrs. Hears 6th Grade rounded neckline. Her shoulder who presented them to the

Cecil B. Newsom of Lulu, on Glee Club ProgramThe length veil of Illusion was receiving( line composed of, t .
Friday evening, Nov. 25, at 8 held in place by a crown' and:! the bride and !groom and i '
o'clock. In the First Methodist Sixth Grade Glee Club she carried a white Bible their parents and the wedding -. -. *L\,'1
Church. Rev. John R. of Southside Elementary topped with white carnationsand : party. % n$ '-.

Brabham performed the School presented their an- white streamers. Her I The couple left for Fort ?' CJaiiacef ?*

muptlals.j" nual Christmas program for only ornament was a dia Hood, Texashere the groom ,\ / rimmed {
j" Decorating the altar were | the Southside PTA Tuesday \ '
'two baskets of white gladioli, I night in the cafetorlum. NYLON TRICOTPEIGNOIR *

lighted and pompoms high I Mrs. Julie Rasmussen mu- \
: by three' red roses In sic director, lej the chorus in j }
teach basket Across the background ,,, ti
ji ,
a number of Christmas carols -
were green fern tiees'' and members of the jI f
and burning branched tapers.candelabrawith sixth grade nativity classes scene presentedthe and! O I I SETS v !l i iS ilops ir irShn

Miss :Marian\[ Green soloist Christmas poetry: i 12" r> W WI
was\ accompanied by Mrs. *
The glee club Is composedof M *
:Lloyd Green at the organ. members in the three sixth : flowni with matching !
Joe Davis of Lake Butler grade classes! who not onlY coals in pink, blue, coral, a,
served I as best man and the whit and high shadei. f
: Grlner show a keen ear for music ( Sues, S, M, I, allraclivily f
'ushers were Harold NEW Vc\ S
but who keep their work and gift boxed.O1HCRS. ii
Paul Johnson! and Lynn Bry- grades up as well. Officersare ol 3.99-6.99 on fits wish Htt.SWEATERS. .
hnt : president, Pamela Macv 'fZ LOW ti
3 Mrs James! 1GI',1'11 served i vice-president Brad Carter 1

t her sister. as! matron of : secretary Melody Cross: y'I' PRICE !
[honor In a red! velvet floor Seieeant-at- arms Dennis

!length: /gown: with empire Crawford: librarians, Cheryl
;'waist. Hcr matchingell was I Phillips and Ruby Fuqua:
!held !in plac,' by a red velvet I room chairman. Danny Mc- 599'0 1 099 t {
: in her hair She carried ?
rose Kinney: assistant; conductor T% handsome new
design arrangement of if 1 g 1, ,
i Brad Carter. This
three large white flowers I group ?t, 7k. perfect gift far the man 'In your ,li', .... ,
meets twice weekly for 45 "
.< tic-man svvcatcrt with a luxurious look and 'f e, ;
made with clusters of white minutes. t HANDBAGS f..lln cardigan and pullover style.. Wool. /'/. '
carnations accented by green I Ralph Bryan: president. '1r'Yli 4t 4tr and bruthod mohair, hond.am..olid aol '. (( \
and (ancles. Sites S M L XU \v .
velvet poinsettia Ic-aves. presided at the business ,

Attending as bridesmaids:! meeting; and the devotionalwas ( 9ctW'I ,2 99to,5"
and ,
were Misses Jean Reese presented< by Rev V J.
.Tohn-. '
Verba Jone Prances- Ra'zsdnlo '"Financial" reportson
\' yon was junior bridesmaid Halloween carnival
They were ua'inod( Identical I k3t i Fa.h7ari 0' Tinnd focompl ,1 : u f 1qt 'I
i, were given by the treasurer *(. her Chrltf
I to the honor attendant and Ralph Bryan. The president '1 mot wardrobe 1 1 }A
carried the same bouquets I and Mrs. Sidney Jackson! \ %*$ *? ?* casuals, dr..t bags 8 8Sl ?
I I' Green served as I 4s shoulder .r ,
Stephanie ramlvfll' oh"lrman, thsnke'those many 1d"
[ flower girl and carried a bas- who helPl'd1th th" tyl...

ket of red rose petals. carnival Mrs Leonard *& '\ V
Given In marriage: by her Whitehead! asked for contri- :
father the bride was lovelyin butions of oid clothes. 1 warm cozy gift

a white peau de stole gown The fifth grade parents r for a Christmas fireside .
featuring a fitted bodice and served refreshments.
long sleeves! that tapered to,I ,

the length wrists.skirt The had straight rose floor lace I|i BHS PTA Plans ( \ QUILTED ROBES

appliques at the bottom and Christmas ProgramThe CONTESSA Z r

the chapel train was tied in COTTON TUFTED OTHERS
shoulder length School Music a
front Her High 5
veil of illusion was attachedto Department will present a Knit Shells 'v1 4.99 to 8.99
a heaSplece:! of lace decorated Christmas program: at the Lacy BEDSPREADS A
with tiny roues. She BHS PTA meeting Tuesday t: ; A gift she'll thank you for every chill morning

carried a doyen roses! accented |. night. Dec. 13, at 7:30: p. m. 7"f; /!' 1' throughout the year. Nylons and acetates with
with stephanotis and ivy In the auditorium. All mem- ; dainty nylon lace in solid coioji; and prints.
on a praver book ; bers and friends are invitedto Individual Styling1.? 1 Sizes J 10 to 20.
Mrs Johnson chose for her attend. A 2.99 Value 94Anywhere Pre-shrunk J J

daughter's wedding a gold \ f
crepe brotraJe dress with fit- St. Mark's NoticeThe Never Needs rat ; : '
1 iF '
ted bodice: and straight floor Ironing '- ) i

length skirt which was com Women of St. Mark's Decorator wA iC re" OPKrill.) .. S \T. 7-00' I'.M

plemented oath a green cym- 'will meet Colors 1 1.\ Y-.\W \1\ SOU I I'OIl CHUISTMAS
Episcopal Church Elegant oIT-ov face design 100% acrylic, completely '
bidium orchid corsage mother of Monday, Dec. 12, at 7:30: p. washable lovely solid colors and whit.. i wHlf\ q ,
Mrs. Newsom. m. at the home of Mrs. O. L.
i the Jroom.01'1' a beige: and B aslcy and Mrs. J. W Ithcaid. )- Sixes S, M, L. Buy now for Christmas and save!

pink floor length gown of .
embossed satin with fitted! 1 I I
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Tornadoes Reach. : SPORTS '

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finals With 24-7 I 0 t1 d

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I i: Cagers Schedule K r r 4La4 r JlV
Open Against
Win Over HoundsThe ;

I:, ,:. ; :'{.:'L.. r Santa Fe There Saturday Night

whiz-kids from BUS Starke's sensational
State Class "A" football champions, carved another I' nadoes relied heavily upon a: The Tornado enters/ sport. c-ox a pair of t 5' 10' guards.
steel trap defense and a I ing height, skill and exper In the starting role alongwith
notch on their victory pole last Friday night when : deadly running attack led by ience, will awing into action I'I Bob White 6-4 at center: and ,IFr ,.
they put together 48 minutes of brilliant gridiron Ramrod Randy Joyner and this week when they travel to, Bruce Jackson 6.7, and Dale] afa 'ylt
wizardly in the semi-finals of the Florida Play-off I speedster David Shannon Santa Fe Saturday night, for Crosby, 6-1 at the forward
system to soundly smash highly touted Auburndale combined with the accuracyof the season opener." The first slots. P
24-7, before 3,500 roarinsr partisan hometown fans.In Wayne McLeod's passing. outing promises to unveil Spectators will rememberthat Y
The steel trap defense led by what likeable Coach Warney the Tornado cagers had the QM :. b' 1 '
reaching the coveted/
against Ft Lauderdale] All-Region captains Jim Aclinson calls, "One of the best knack of blowing] ''tight ball rT
State finals to be played
'" here this Friday night Plantation] the spirited Tor- Godwin and Roger Chilson;I best' tennis I have ever coach games wide open 'la At! year t' Y ,
Ronnie Tomllnson Joey ed." with their lability to haul down

Reese Larry Brown, Leaton I That's a lot of saying forman a rebounds and maneuver for aiJi
Morgan and All-Region Andy,I| who in years past has had good floor shots. 1J'i r
Mayton yielded only one TD, I 1 State Championship teams, but Last season the Tornadoeswere .
that came on a 39 yard bomb ; i the wiry round-hall tutor didn't noted for their stiff zone .j
.. from quarterback Eddie' even crack a smile as he be- defense which ]limited their opponents :
1 Hughes to Rod Matthewsi i gan to tell about his 1966-67 to an average of less '
\ with 8 minutes remaining In I team than :53 points per game. Wlth ;

the 1st quarter. Virtually Larry Brown receives 9- "The boys' have worked real the added height and experience
r! v: from that point on the yard pass from Wayne Mc- hard in preseason practice on the club this year 1967 Tornado Basketball Squad nhlrh Mill open Its season Saturday night:
stellar line play completely Leod and scampers! for Tor- session. and I definitely feel things should be even tighter l.it row l-r): Paul :McLtHxl, Larry Brown Bruce, Jackson, Bobby \\hite, CoarhWnrney ; '

bottled up and smothered the; nadoes first and tying] that we are already ahead of around the goal. Atkinson..
mighty Bloodhounds' speedy tourhdwn In Auburndale last year's. team that went to One mark that .is evdent as 2nd row (l-ri) Ia\lil Mlrov, Greg Reddish Dale( Crosby, "'ayneIrL: oll.
scoring machine that has rame. Photo by Janye the finals of the Region before you watch the team in actionIs 3rd row (I-r)Manager: Ihuhl. ;McKae. Klohiinl William, Randy .Jonea )fete
racked uq an average of 39 1I.anf7 bowing out of the State race." their strong desire and the Fani'hcr, Dan Jriffls, :Manager Lamar Normln.I .
points In each of tholr 10 The team will t. bolstered pride they take in the effort.,
games this y.-ar. Add the fol-: looked however were some wtlh five returning letterermen I Adklnson was more than joyful I
lowing to that illustrious defense great pass receptions by ace and one transfer. Larry Brown about that point and con style] of play has been noted through the year, both from
: Randy Joyner. BUy receivers Larry Brown (land Is expected to report to the I tinued.( "With their attitude ,,BHS Places previously in that he was his fullback slot and his defensive -
Belote. Marlie Sanderson. Joey Reese, both All-Region team as soon as football sea I and the great improvement In I selected. as the lineman of linebacker position.
Paul McLeod and Eddie: performers. son is over. Last year's leadIng : 'their shooting skill I feel that the week by the Gainesville Randy is the leading ground
Stanctl. WAYNE McLEOD scorer \\'aynelcCleod.:: ,. we will have an exciting game 8 All-Region Sun after his outstandingplay gainer for the Tornadoes and
REESEBROWS Wayne :McLeod. who at who averaged 18.9 points a against Lake City. has been a main stav In the
.. Big Ped's;! offense had its times this season haa been I game and Paul !>McCleod last every time we take the court' Wayne McLeod was selec- formations used offensivelyby
best night of the 1986 cam- plagued] :Sy: the jitters In year's leading rebounder, and The Tornadoes will play Fer- Out Of 22To ted as the Quarterback for Coach David Hurse In
o r paign thanks to the cool tough! contests shook off an newcomer Brown will see little! nandina Beach here next Tues- the offensive unit. The lanky each game plan. Roger is an
signal; calling of Wayne Mc- early seizure in the 1st quarter -, action in the Santa Fe game day. The B squad game startsat senior played his first real excellent blocker] and a
:t-:- Leod. who was the All-Region and rpped: the Blood'I Saturday's action will see- 6:30.: the victor belongs the year of football during( this standout linebacker. He also
quarterback\ selection and hound defense to shreds by I Gregg Reddish and David Sll- spoils and that Is the way it campaign: and through deter- calls defensive signals.Congratulations ] .
the hard smashes up the gut: sending: Joyner and Shannon, should be In the case of the mination and a lot of hard to a bunchof
I and off tackle: by All-Region into the heat of a rugged '. f-p'1 All-Region I Team selections] work and worry has guided T for Terrific Tornadoes.
Are pans-receiver. Joey Iieesc KIIUKH another one for gfI<>C' lne \battle and riddling the I ; "
Randy Joyner and David, :Bradford Ba3ketballRoierJ ; announced by the Sp01.tSwrltel'S Big Red in each contest. Jim
yardage In Auburndale Hound defenses with his .
gamePhoto Candy \\oodburn. pass THANKS
be overBullington's :
Shannon Not to In Class "A" last Godwin:: Andy Mayton and

L I crucial best. passing- -ire. down-: game.passes Several were Nip..... ...... ti '. H..*,' ... W1.s'Yr.. :: .. LN.. pa. Thursday. Big Red gained 8 Joey Reese were chosen for The kindness and;! sympa-
and these important I' 1 ....41...., ?. s-H( ;:160. .,12 .I Q. of the 22 positions listed. the first team defensive! unit. thy of neighbors and friendsin
on target kept
BLhn1. Wdlo,. .. } > f 30' These have been
Tornado drives alive. s.,':. 59' o' 1 Heading the selection] from youngsters our recent sorrow will always -
I P.sch.r ; S9 I4J o' IK .' demons
0 IF- In each fray as theyharrassed
i JOYNER 9IL11NONJoyner I >.. Onfh ., 5.10 150 it o a the ruggej Tornado squad:! remain with us as a
and Shannon car- I ...."" J..., '.;:.\ .5. t.... 145' a,.11 r' Q a. was senior end Larry Brown. and demoralizedmost precious memory. Our sincere
ried the ball 31 times during :.Wlr... McLte4 '..- f .: : H .laaIS )12'' ,z I' Brown was selected for both of Big Red's opponentswith thanks and gratitude for all
O-/U S ,0 the offensive and the defen-
the battle. Joyner rammed ," y... those comforting acts. Mrs.
.| Crosby 6..d /
his way for 105 yards in 201carries .. McL..4 ,6. '( i'UO.J1-tel'U) i 1'. I"1 r r sive all-star team. He is the Randy Joyner and Roger William M. Sapp.
FOR while\ Shannon totea I .at Whine : .. "1'r *.-"' iu'.. ,h,' c- first Negro ever to play football Chilson round out the finishing -
the 14 for 71 I' ; ', ,. c, at BHS and has distin- touches on the All-Re- A Classified Ad In the TELE-
plgsiun. tunes JCkGS .. "
iw: ; 'e.. : 11!? I'
That Last yards Coach Hurse commented ; iio' "\, ',' -, guished himself 'admirably Bion Team. Rambling Randy GR.\PII brings results.
Quality Gifts "Joyner and Snannon I I -;.. during the Vear. His rugged Joyner has been terrific all

were aeiirutely key factors In
our success shannon played t

:. Camera Dept.POLAUO1DS Jewelry Dept. GIFT DEPT. his to the best varsity game since It couldn't coming : y'' WHEELGOODS I

nave come at a oetter time. tSTABUSHID 104 rI "
.: Large Selection Hallmark As for Randy I have always I BodcocfebGot BUY EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS ys' A
SUPER MOVIE: said that he is one of tne
: ART GLASS Dent running backs I have
INSTAMATICTAPE : ever coached. If he weighed/ I e Fifth Wh..lConstruction
: DIAMONDS: NOKITAKE CHINA 190 pounds every college In f
RECORDERS I ; Christmas H.. yGuag.seedy .
I the USA would have their Ma.ILea
We Rent Cameras and WATCHES BIBLES I chief scout here this Friday SPunctu.-Poo'
: All Sized !
:MEN'S JEWELRY night.". Joyner. in additionto Up Q/
Projectors PICTURE FRAMING the fine game at fullback Smalllo'.g . .. $8.9.

also returned two Bloodhound \jJJJyj Bikes ForEveryone .. .....9.95
: Diamond Saving Stamps Given With Every Purchase I kickoffs for good

.. yardage. On one, a 35 yard \p
. return of a short Hound kick :
.. the last man ;Brought him f F
down. 4Ja-] C.
A GIFT SUGGESTION After trailing 7-0 at the re In!
. close of the fust quarter Big I I 5 '
. J SY
. Red:! got a tvtmendous: break
. For The Man, Woman or Child Who when a 4th down punting / :
situation for the Hounds was

Already Has Everything (or nothing). and turned a scoring into disaster opportunity for them for r i l _

Staike. The Tornadoes put a a
.. lush on the Hound punter,
Hughes and forced him to rY ( / 1 I -
pass the ball. Tile. receiver, a
.. lootball Corrigan, ran the
wrong way and Big Red has
.. ANINSURED' I its best opportunity of the
night from Aubuinaale's 24
.. 'yard line. The Tornadoes:!
SAVINGS worked the bail to the 9
where W. McLeod hit Lan'y
ACCOUNT mown lor the: score It Was
AT a case of two All-Region per- Y

FIRST FEDERAL I I toimers ccmolnmg extorts YY
I lor a score that tied the
I II game at7., Marie 1 411"-er-: Y *
sons kick was true
I ucrn.v, c: u.LUSI Badcocftb BICYCLES I

I The leaisome me and the ; \ (' $.. that sensational Bicyl Values.

This is Gift that tIle trouoiesome DJUIUIU two lour, names l.Uong1.: applied ..-, I .- I l choice.You will save many dollars on your j
1 [ will make hit I
one everytime I
a to !the front dtuenaers, ((2'' LAYAWAY NOW FOR FUTURE DELIVERY
'I me .I1n\DII.cAlHII. and I.ll1.epo: I.-
You can't miss! safety men ol tne defensive Y Y ((1)I) 20" DELUXE CONVERTIBLE ((4)) 20" Boys Renegade Bike

: unit! stopped !the ensuing/ ... .....' Ch. d.R h....
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offensive punch <
You Can Purchaser ate an Y I,..II....,, .li." ".0.' .mi. N4rdfir. ,..y. f B/
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lorced a puiit. The Tornadoesset 1 *ll*.*t* Knobby, (...II.. Whu.Y .
$ I ...... .
r 50 up MOp on the Auburn- MM odd ,.,_
: One For As Little As aale 49 ana began moving toward LAYAWAY! Now ((2)) Black & White Boys Bike GIRLS 20" BIKE

their go-anead TD. ( 1 Christmas! M.. .h.... wh..... H. ..- hM McLEOD TO REESEA r Y g- .1 hood'', M ..4 hrwM h,.. 4. crib.4" ..._?J$49
f f A..dh.h/' ..........,w. Whit......._.r.w
McLeod tc Reese pass accounted I '- ....... 95 .,.ides.
; Savings and Loan AssociationOF : needed with for 20 yards Shannon of !the and 49 -r .i Y y ir'O N.F .*t.=.. $4 9 HEDSTROM BIKES

Joyner crunching out the rest S 1 Iv' % 1'-.2..16.. .....
OF STARKE In short burst. With the ball ((5)) 13" DELUXE BIKferfntfMl

jf on the 1 ya.rd line W. McLeod ...w ,-; ((3)) Blue & White Girls. I Bikef N. white. hemdf.
inched his way across the goal = =::::::
218 North Temple Ave -:- Phone 964-0500 line with the TD that put the HEDSTROM I .*.dfci..feertvfe- **Y"&s.. M4 $1895!
.w bid" deKrlbed 5 .........jj.
. Tornadoes out front to stay. Deluxe ..b*v.. A..ilable. 34".r V 4995TRICYCLES -
Big Red carried a 14-7 halftime s 26'Mie ((6)) 16" COBRA BIKE

lead Into the dressing (Sho..sASRfiA/) -' $10 DOWN DELIVERS ....'_..........4..'. _
room when Marlie Sandel'Sonmade M713" *- --.- -...
Help The BIG RED the PAT 10" ..13" ANY BICYCLE _......0_,... $2995
2nd half flamboyant h.ndl. 5.w Fiw
I Big Red took ::
I 16" .,. .1S" Rd and Whft. EASYWEEKLYTERMSasp"'
kickoff and marched deep Into -

CAN the COLONELS! i Auburndalo territory before ,purtrsae '
giving up the ball. Stark t.Geod' E 1 6 hhb
. Championship Game P.M. completely dominated I 1OWEST PRICES "wR.br EASIEST TERMS
Friday Night 8:00:
I gridiron In the 2nd half a*

BHS Stadium evident from the fact that thej I

.. I Tornadoes ran 33 plays 12S South Walnut Street BUD YAUN OWNER Phone 96J2111PAn.

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BR'DFOR rorvrv TKi.Kr.n.\pn.: BTIRRK FLORIDA J'fI\OF.

Tornadoes Reach State Finals I best game 01 the season I Tiger .scoters' I Ilil" not' .l..", Ilii' fi 'Ilium"nnit '' 1'.r..I.. :-I I1 i !.mil, I'lii-riv "i tIdnk I
TORNADO think that this week against RJE Downs In a uu-lliiiiimry' J.lh'ls'lame/ ,",'.. ''n-wlt: 'r .. f. I'lii. (Hurt". I
Plantation ho will be even AltTI.KV: "SM.IIH.' : ,unI-I, I IJ: i It 42..:"! 1 1'111': ItlGHT POINT! fur the
I From Preceding Page] possible HJE: defeated! the Lincoln will, II "II IH ...
a scorr vi i the cheap I III ll'l-IIM III tic writ Onke/ In ami.elect
I better. You have to work ,tram, 36-13 Naomi Jenkins 1| -t\( ,,1' !St.II C .. .' I lot III.I' I. I vny
route that ,
rlmmage and the ball have Uu-m the lead hard to do what he has doiu Tlllll I 111. "lltll'ILHlI'll / yon- favorite IQSTKRHKOOK : : -
punted Lincoln II.IIH 111HJi.ll
57-52 with 10 .
early In the jame pDinU. and! Nellie .. A ('liin.llieil VI 1 In the TEI.K- lOimtuln ;.
fcnly once while the heralded T in just one short Hat's 11a.inr.e' Hllll*!prix.Ie| Ul.li.lVM I penTELa
However, the Bandits: I pass year. Davis with :3 I, led the scorers ]I || (In.%,''' brings r..lb.. (BtAPH.Health .
,Auburndale offense had 14 defenders Paul :\\ile Leod, Mar- +' A off to a Tough Tornado: who The Tigers! ; will face :Mac-: lli ;-|.1'I., I. M' VN'l'KA, <'Tt'TI
plays from has been able to take the INn;; I I
scrimmage anc Tlv RJE Tigers here COAIPANV. IN( u 11,1p.r.11 .1'
!(! > opened clenny this Friday nl"ht
lie ,. :
Sanderson. Billy Bolote ''Ion, 81ui( lee Klorlrtii,. ,.
two punts. s L : guff with the glory and become -
iatii-'i7( /; baskcball! and the will
season /game ofRJE'II
and ? part ------- --------
SANDERSON'S FIELD Randy Joynerl J prevented a top flight signal cull ,, I HiT,, :.M 12 I I.', I'I'UIgI' '
I Monday! nict'it: with a 57-52' Hamecomlnz:: festivities
this possibility b"- not allowing I ; E I Is
GOAL er. The
+ /guys that named him \:dory Facts
a single Easlsson' oveithu Lincoln High BOX !SCORE: \ : '>! I\1 II\11II\
.< \ : to the ;: : : : : 1'1'
Big Ail-Hegion
Red bogged down or aerial to bo The t team as Td-ile., : of Oninesvllle. Harold I RJE 13 13 19 12-57 : I/'Il Fill III MM H
the Auburr.dale 7 mldwaj the outstandlnquartE'l'ba'k/ % \MI| I IVotiiM 'Ihv, wise solution to health is to
led Coach Br.idlcy's; ,: LINCOLN lO 13: 13 0-52 your con-
game came t.i; a conclusion .... I* hi'ri-r.\ guru ih.IlI '
through the 4th stanza an: with quirterbnck 1't ,' between Jacksonville and tenm i in the inning; effort by I Hi,.. "1"'ItIl..I.' iniIII. ."".un ul I''I, hull c-hiroprurtor( ho will locate and remove the
Marlle Sanderson came on Ha1'1'YHatchcI' 1 made 't')'I'I Illli." IIM Nana' Slltllt.I'lmlitii ,' ". "
h Jensucola selaction .
a good limping 20
: paints through; the of .
cause s mploni
Taupttil 4 >
Ay'Jim your
s.irnklnpc I the ball ) NM L'HTl.'i.'''' !I.naxRhn'idu "'
the field with Harry Hatcherto and running '' I hoop His! point total Included 11'1117 111 \'I'W\'IIO\: '1'I ) ) ) "II. n H nuunulyd) ,b,
out the '
hold the ball] from his second clock I PLANTATION 13 field vnnls and 3 free I MI-I.I,. : << i'IM: 1"1'11'101" ('tillliliT" .Nil 2II7IIIP" .., 1.11"I I Taking: pain! relievers! not only permits the diseased
N .
LINE BLOCKING i'lH'l' IK h<'I.I| \ guru. tlllllunili'riilfriifil. !1.1.,11111! |1"1. l.olnKT, I4pdl.. .. '
field goal attempt of the "Our bovs did an excellent How about that, Big RedTornado The Colonel! are big and! throws. The high scoring junior I 11.... ,). iiiirxii-tnt t tKIclllliilIM I'III. < Sllfi. li'i:', Kli.rlllll, Mtnttli-ii.' uilIVKlHl'T condition to lruJCrco: 14 further, but will disrupt the
nfght. Mai lie barely missed fob I I swift. They have come a long flied fioin every position: ", N'tiiiip' StnluliIMir I ,-," ulth I tin- ""ll'I'k ...r .tl h.: function of other healthy orgads.Remember. .
tonight /
In fans The ,, .
'Irtlo In the 3rd period from blocking! the gutty lit- 1"" I Xii Wrr.t. Laws of Cli.iill ('''"rl In IIn..r' HIM" "
Aubumdale defense' said al tle band:! of Tornadoes from, way In a short time to the on the com: but valued most 'I"hlll" I"', I '. a. Iun"" nlrl 1 I 11 r..nl,,\ ,C.>,niiU'. !1"1 l'rtdn.!' i upl '''
-{tsatyards[; out. This time hlH&n happy Mike nothing finals of the State. playoff of his 1)11111"Ith good; mail "row' ,""r' % ;'.1)). I.II",.. l < > .-lit| 'II., jI''f| "I'| 1 Plll.li, .I, 1.1.. there is no substitute for Chiropractic.
? ) was true and the ball Sexton offensive' more than "a little, system )I'I'rida. '' 1 I.. uu' !u.. ,I",'.' ".r t Ills I, I..11'r' ,. I Ih'. "h.II. I 1" i imi ,,.
''Wlled >line coach "ThJs was the!: Ant Hill" stormed the un- but Friday their rise itrers! do'I111el' the! bts- ,,: II",. p'IIId, NI', '. "I,.'- all'I "i!" '1.,-vv 11j It remotes the eau'e.A .
;' through the uprights'frosn best game by far, that we reached peak of football's Mt. to fame will end. It will be, kei Siiin-,. :h 8 1111' Banks ,..... ,.,',,, 1 'II ,,1, of, ,II"I <,,>l ulr\ M,n,*. ,,'" : 11 I'i: ,il i-' .
the 11 yard line giving the Tornadoes !II with 12 ', .., \l i ||- ii .I( >-l 1.,1 l It, I I.'J I I It Public Service of theofthen.st Florida.
wentli" "
have by 10 points! next leading I'nl' i "' I I II IIII ,
/ ,,
> had this!:: season. I Everest when they bumped ., ,, ,, t:"" \ i ,Ill'" IIM I I i'HM:, I i. MIt "
tl"e( Tornadoes 17-7 I , ,. .
a avan't.'ge : 'I I I ,1 I. ,1\ I'I It III" fI "I' I '. Chiropractor Association
thought Jim and -t > II.Is. Fin d aid l .1 nil X
Godwin savagely dumped .,, .
and Ed- Aubul'l1dale i i .., ,
': with 7 plus minutes re- I "''I" "f 1 1)l 1 : of paid' 1 ''IJ.' a ,
die Stancil had Friday .
'thmining: on the Scoreboard r
,Clock "* me3. Eddie U the smallest I The Ant Hill of course is -rr- -

n man on our line and h'I, Staike-or-that's what the
final Wayne McLeod posted th blocked his man out of the j I sportswriter;:: from the Winter the
Tornado be4ye
score with a I
"'ay Haven
thl"1ulI'h the entire Chief called us last
/iul'd plunge near the end of get
: "?m*. All the boys deserve a year when we beat the Blood-
itlw. game. Marlle Sanderson q
I Mir, on th"lv helmets fo- hounds 147. Footballs Mt.
the PAT and
pnade Big Red
I such a !great game" the Everest Is the top of the Class \WESTERN
[moved into the State finals
P I youthful coach continued.:! "A" Division of high schoolsin
of the
Class "A"
by Coach Tony Griffith, rtffenslve -, the State of Florida. Witha
Itecordlng: one of their great-
est ,'Ictorles.V11I'n asked for;I tutor for the stiff' win over Plantation this
Tornadoes, said, "I knew, week we coulj become the AUTOS
special comment about then '
that we were ai tough as first "A" school to win the
Coach Hurse said "It's
I I any Class "A" team in the championship two years in a
always- /good to win. but when I
'I !State'; anj that we could hit row. How; Sweet It Is-to DP J
you beat an undefeated and as hard as anybody else, but in a position to do just that! l
team as tough as Au- I didn't think we would manhandle I EDDIE: STANCIL STORE
burndile it makes you feel I I
even better' the Bloodhounds like Out of th3: many stars on E/i

we did. They were a tough/ the Tornado squad I want to
IIOI'NKS BOMB: bunch" He went on to say| mention the outstanding! play

Throughout the remainIng that It would be an intustlce of the smallest starter on the
time left in the game An- to pick! one single individual team. Eddie Stancil has been
burndale ie.it Will Eaitleson! from the great this
I star-studded unltl year at his offensive
back into pass formation', but quickly Tddnd.: "In Rel'sel] renter position: Against ALL CHANNEL

looking for the long pass and I'll" Brown we have the Auburndale he was badgered:

finest ends In the State. IniOoHuln I by a Bloodhound that outweighed
end Tomlinson we / him: almost 30 ;

have the finest tackles Andv! poun:'8. ye : liu! continuallykept

Mavton Is tlir, bet middle! him out of the play

70t guard In the!! State sod whitI Good job. Eddie. NOW AT K 16 Inch

0\.1)5 am really saving Is slmplv: REESE; : AND SHOWN ] ,

all eleven Tornadoes woul? I' AUburndale has obUou&ly

mike the> Al-Stat! ; t*im If been highly slueces.sful this r i DESIGNER! SERIES .

666TilE I was doln the tiicklng. year in skirting their opponent's NEW lOW PRISE .21"
..... t
t r'r,1'1'' !r' w I flanks. In Joy ReRe.se -\ { PORTABLE TV
ate .
\lf and I w- _-
I Klrut," ii.mix| IB; Larry Brown they found :
., .. l--2.
) .,.i. v i-fli.i I i. | in 'r'I u couple of ace defensive stal-I I : '
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BRADFORD i.".... '.,,... Ml ....,I..i,1! U 1 :' driven out Oi- faked:! out ot I featuring the new Gemini tuning a
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f, '.- '.. Inlo"'I"I<1 I 'I' their position. It Is largelydue $107i system. .both YHF & UHF channel
COUNTY TELEGRAPH I ,,11.1, ., :a I rIhultlnu to the stellar play of Ot'l"\
t. Ar t'FHif, i1iiniMii a0 :Ih I. these two that the flashy selectors designed for precise-

Published ever Thursdayat ,I.',."ml.I., '' .. /l.'iHl I II' I Illllltll'M :t :'' I Hounds were unable to moveas ; !but simple operation.
138 W Call St. ,. ,
'10/ M": In past games. One Au-

Starke. Fla. 32091 ,. 1111r'oHI_ -; burn.ale fan was heard tol!
"II" rkr! o t II| I n I in :21?, .
'I'uritil.ili.. ,. as he left the NOW ONLY
Second class postage paidat 7 n" n17TE say field Oui I

Starke. Fla. boys haven >. been stopped line .
this all jear.- Those two ends.
: RIGHT POINT for the
Subscription Rats are the be.>t we've seen." '
way write. Come In andorleit
in trade area: $3.50 per you Bradford County folks wu.
your rnvorltn" ESTKRItKOOK ; E

E.year L Matthews; $2 00 vix editor nionlha.and nlt\I'U.) fountain pen. TELE- agree Jim aon't Godwin you think and ?Ronnie *.. FREE"*.* lightweightj77 IWonderfully' -

publisher!! Tomlinson along with mid- compact-mobile, .

Outside trade area: $4.OO dle-guaid! Andy Mayton put I e t t too! Model M4S4 shown here .

per year: 12.25 six: months A ClaHxiflml Ad In the TEI.E- UP a "CLOSED FOR THENIGIIT" ROLL-AROUND STAND e Convenient front on optional/ Mobile/ Gift.LL .
GKAPII brings results.I sign: at their po
sitions. Last! year some of tuning
I IJack's
the same boys went to Au-
buin..ale and were heard LIFETIME GUARANTEE FREE 90-fAY SERVICE

tell.ng; the Hounds "This Is a ON BOTH AND LABOR
Restaurant Ucaa-End Sticet" Jim Ronnie i t TRANSISTOR STEREO ON G-E'S ELECTRONIC \WIRED/ ETCHED A EFIyTl'J/ '
and Andy:\, really closed. CIRCUIT BOARD H.il t .

301 South Starke their positions and the vaulted .
power; ol the Hounds
proved to be less powerful Furniture Styling to '
Compliment Decor
N r Under New Management than anticipated. HAS NO TUBES Any !

CIIII.SON &. :\JUltn.SThe

tough stuff up the gut TO BURN OUT? w.rxfru ae ;ra_
Ocean during any football gamemeans I I GENERAL
SHRIMP that the inside linebackers ELECTRIC ,
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have to be on their 1-j CONSOLE

toes> Roger' and Leatun AM/FM FM Stereophonic Hi-FicWtor C'I TELEVISION!

were ready for anything coming I l
DINNERS In Boxes their way as time and e Heavy Duty Precision Turntable I ii
; :
97 I e
Illuminated Channel Knobs
time attain they stepped up Beautiful Wood /
Cabinetry '
Or Baskets Into the. heat of the flay to MOOT. RC7431BWD (I I both VHF & UHF for tuning
make tackles and dash to th'
Includes Shrimp "Fritters French Fries outside to help on the power convenience. '

Tossed Salad sweeps THE BUY 0 F f r 2 7 7.D0 1 1 LOW
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Auh The lrndah'real was danger the against outstoi' A LIFETIME TERMS! ; Easy to See Easy to Usa

Also Home-Cooked Meals stuff If the speedy 'Hound _... __ e. Easy to Hear!

could have turned the corner 'g''

they would have been much Truly A Family Gift For --m Automatic Fine Tuning Auto
harder to ant
.. 24-Hours A slop. Joyner
-- Open Day ----
matically keeps each VHF Chan
Behte did more than a creditable ..

lob of seeing to It that Christmas Model 7 3 I nel exactly tuned .1-. all times! ,
the outside game of the SANTA TUB DRYN MAWR

Bloodhounds SSUEItSOSSU was conta.i.PAt'LMCLEOU ; .. 'tJoul/. G-E gives you Lifetime Circuit Board Guarantee .

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1-Year Service
/ lb "y1) find two better deep cie.end- r r I 1:''n -,t detect the Central or accept, Elactrlo claim I Company for tuck will rapalrt/, at Its option' repair, any.
eLO, It was a stiff task> that h mad of th* following, prgvldadi spats h
on ly .. c".0"1:: Cfactrie, DiitrlBuVir:
they had; lat week as' theywere b. Franchlsad
Electric Dale'
forced to keep:" an eye AuinorU J Initaptndont Jtrvica j'ney
on the wWeun and the deep COLOR PORTABLE TV ;

pass ieceiv Both ware

jc'.innv-on-th'-spot: ; to con- This new General / ADVENTURER I
tain the Hounds. The one .
Electric PortiColor,4warnnty ---
bomb that Auburndale did ; f
connect was the result of a covers .
y L --I t6 acrid "
and not the BOTH j- *c yM-,. f vtujaiiy wnr*
perfect I
pass runtA" U tho
fault of a defender! being; out PARTS AND LABOR I m' I i W F72Eh tSl .ir; ...1,IL"tzlo; !purrhautLT I'aal of! >Pan-each' /

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ui ff the firwt
seem an easy thin to get charjs. from the ddt,ninety of ((9O) days

under; the center, take th! < * 1 "'.':"-..I \/ chew provided tho original receiver pur
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Why risk when rent? Only % up from an AuthoriaoH Onrral;
you can barks! or throw a pasn--but eaucwo Klattle'retu.iefon Hawse Agency
All Channel UHF- IB that UUAI:
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Rent a conveniently available Safe Deposit box: 1965 the State quarterback Champions for who the VHf reception tint LOW $ t Model 115QAulomatlc .

here where for only a few cents a week you are hot on the trail of the Ito leg PRICE 2 6 9 -_ -. 1 a

can so easily and (sensibly safeguard your jewelry, 1966 crown. No sir! Thpr '11 Earphone for ONLY .

important papers and other valuables against fire. more to it than that. The prlutllistlnlnl. V + .1; $77 00 .

theft, (flood) tornadoes and careless misplacement.; signal caller must familiarize ( .
himself with the defensive ;

Rent a Safe Deposit box NOW! alignment of the team that .
he faces H<' must pick running -

HOME OWNED-HOME OPERATEDThe playa and set them up:
he must find the weak spot ASSOCIATE

In the pass defense: he must WESTERN AUTO :

Community State BankOF use a lot of !savy If he is to

be successful. Wayne has STORE

STARKE been exceptionally cool for a,

first year varsity competitor.Last .
MEMBER I F. D. I. C. Friday nlil>t against :.112 W. Call Street Phone 9KI-CXII( l l Starke! Fla..

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I Hurst reported that Leonard dinner and open house at the Klorlda. i tmlract.UIIHTHI. Iliiln. .rt Wan"I'll H|>llm>, Illl" lly lii-nliih" M. Moody Deputy
Society Continued lilt\ |> 12 ."' l'lmiiii" < t'nriioi' ''in. Inn III..I a p ',till.in in the al>..\<,. ,'h'k,
Having Plan Whitehead would be willing to i Cedar Hills A.mory In Jack Of Florida North, Hlyled. ('0111'1 for. thv itiloptlonof n,8 4t 121811!t
I pay the cost of materials to sonville on Runday.XIIICIO Onto Xuv. 30. Iliad lly Jain. .** he Account Numlipr JJ4IM-H, ",r. 7m North Main Hln-el. llmreln and you lire rciiiilinito ,
obtain water for a house To Whom< /It IlltY Cutiritrii. '': UulnpHVlll. .. Klorldii, pliiivv.. ratine) why the HiiiiieHlioiild ,
Is Outlined was building.! WSCS Entertains Mrs. Mabel Sti'Inn fellow' You lire hi'r*.l>y notified thiil' II.OIK not liu 1I"1I1I1o.d I bv B.TVInir
: ] OhIVI'KNTIO' TilFHTITIOI tinluiluwlnw. motor. v"hlcpPontlnr | : a t-oiiy of voiir written t defuilNett
Authored Councilman was in Green Cove Springs; 1I1'UI"'I':8: : M 11104 ratalln. Cpei.MLU'lllill ,. If any, 'I'pon ,ICtiffeno, : : KHliaw. ;: CASH I'aid For
I Ruby Johns to attend a Florida HonormgMembers I' over the weekend visiting ".'''..: Hill lit> Hold at piiullf In: The Circuit Court tlf TlitlOlithth I2Z H. Walnut Hir.ct.( Attorney
.lii (Continued From Page One I Isjle I, Utilities Association meeting Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brown. the NutliiIs luu-phy, given thai Bale ut II tiVloi-k! on thr18th InlId Kor llniilfuril for I'Mtllloner. Stark... '. Good Clean Cotton
New uiiJprftlif nvU
purnunnt to day of Dei-ember lion! at Florida and' by flllnic th oriKlnul
in Ponte Vedra.Contract I II Local admittances to Bradford i the Klclltlmn Nntne Statu*,' liuldwIii'H Chevrolet !:WturU. ( oiinfr. .In I hiimrry.C'ltMit thereof with the CleiKof "
of a illy-donated piece County Hospital this Clmper, No: :20HS.1.i IJIWK ofKlorlila ,, Floildn.I The proceed.* of tin Ite.Petition Mo.In unit! i.'ourt' on or before January Rags. No Khakis
of property located In the in- The First I Methodist 1041 ... nmi-nrt-'l ( H..le. will tit* applied, flmt tithe : 8, I! il7 othei'Wlriu, a diree I
I WSC3 entertained at a re-1 I week include: Henry Hough. I'hnutpr No. 28780 Law of payment of th. I-OBIS of "retaklnK. of Hubert WarrenSpline may be entered' ,' iiKHln-i, Wool.
dUstnal' park, Let Mrs Cleone Reagan. Mis. KlorUIn IBM IM>IIIK o.- .tiv... .morlriK /lnd Hale of you KriiMtlnK Maid., adoption, I or
Agreed to purchase a city i coptlon Tuesday morning fol-l\ scr>.o't, Florida Stamen, will mild motor vehicle and the iontOf To .NTII Wltm-Ht* mhand and ti') Telegraph
Henley. Rufus Crosby : Jiunrt ltl: ward :Mlinhn. "
the FloriU ]lowing the regular: business!' Charity i-i-wlitcr" with I lli. Clork ot the pllhllCUtlon Of nOtll-H. .Of Hill. Adilrpttt Meal .o|' wiild foul, ) HI Stalk. I I IHiudf.
WOrk uniforms from .nd l .
i ',:4 Mrs Jaan: Solze and Mrs. l'II"1I11 Court In and for and then to the mitlxfiit-tion, of known, |tt.fOd-m. I'H- .,id' (r.Miniv' KI..I' Itl Il, tin '
< state Prison at a cost of For New meeting honoring new mem- Brooks all of Starke Hriulfnrd. County, Florida up">nrtt I the 1 balance tlue under, the t on VMII (lib dav ."r l P.I., ..,.i., llillt'
Irene :
with the Shop bers. i I 'elpt of proof. of publicationof traitvlth Tomtnie ,'aH"" -'IrUt .irv h'r..hy nHilled' thultlif "I""H' V l > nli\
$9 59, as c impared : James Ditvidson. andIIrs.; thin notice. the fli'tltlournnmt' 3 liox 341 Hrnrkr. Florida, )Llin\' "-iinin' tlth' >ntti' ''I''k. "r I ih.. "' uli i*"tirt
The party was held In Fel-] ..
which .
uniform costs
I Elizabeth Gomes of Lawtay: : cO"1'11I1f< the rinaniliiK' f Haul
$10.33. lowshlp Hall which was at-| .la.'k. lu-Hiuuiant' I" S inott\ i I' \ehliltAny. Htirplim will
I Continued From One] Woodrow L<> ter of Hawthorne ,
i ; Page decorated in the: 101 !South !stark.Klorlda! 1 be paid to you unil you wt
Directed the clerk to call .. ,
; and Dennis Hodge of W II. Duken sole o-wner I remain Kahlo for any balancereniHlnlnu
for bUs on a jearly basis for I State Farmers Market and the Christmas motif. The tea, 20111' rll..nlill l Home Roail. unpaid under' nald
Brooker. JarkHonvllIt'. tMival. Count*, I
servicing city vehicles Bids County Fairgrounds facing table was covered with a
Pete Novak is convalescing
had previously been asked on I US. 301.George. white net cloth with red' -
a six month basis. Utilities I estimated that the poInsettia aopllques over red weeks in the Alachua General
Supervisor Oscar Davis estimated agriculture ctnter would cost I linen. Centering the table| Hospital for observation FREIGHT SALVAGE
/ that since the city ; from $65.000 to 80000. but was a ]eIKh holding a ,green ;i
sCiited bidding this work last the board expressed Interest in and ttoH arrangement and i and treatment BRAND NEW 341 N. TEMPLE AVENUE
I I Mrs. Hattie Lee of Starke
ynr between six and seven keeping the price at around pullod by silver, glittered, and William L. Reynolds of ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE
reindeer. Mrs. Foster. ShliSmith.
tfiousand dollars had been $60.000.
Keystone Heights! have been
snved In other action the Commission pipsident' of the 1| admitted to the Starke Nursing Slightly scratched, has original' guarantee,.;. GET
Decide to ext-nd: the cityuutci helj U9 a motion to WSCS. presided at the slher
; Home .Makes!! buttonholes"" sews on buttons' fancy de-
t, line 500 to 600 feet past abandon the Villa Subdivision coffee serviceThe
Mrs T H, Rladc< returned ..
i>Tis. $19 cash or terms. Free home inspection. SPECIAL
new members who received I
cltv limits on SR 230 E Call 1 property which was never de- I Tuesdnv from two weeks
Will deliver obligation CALL JACKSONVILLE

Streetl when Chairman Carl ,red con.atlon corsages/ no
veloped as a subdivision' following ACQUAINTEDREG.
visit with her n-ln-Hw and
a complaint] by Elbert are: Mrs. Jesse Harwell. Mrs.
I dRuSlhtf'rfl'\ and Mrs. Mlrhnel -
Slbley who said the action E':, J lanum. Mrsl Richard O'Brien and family In\ Anytime. 11-21 4t 12-15
SAVE ? SAVE! SAVE Chesser. Mrs. H. M. Rlch-
would] result In a poultry I
|I Winchester Va. I -
arde. Mrs. Dunne Dykes Mrs.j .
Used Appliances to plant his being home located too close j H. K Tvus.. Mrs. V. J. Mrs IVI.I1'J'.lnney!\ ofAvhurnrlale. I $1.99 GAL. VALUE

I ] r fo'-rner Starke
and !
The board Irstructed county Spengler.; ,,
Good Gene Shaw to make I I Oirrett. alsi]/ :Mrs.\ V J. Raws-1'j resident< snent the weeken*

Refrgerators a attorney roll contract to obtain with clay Mrs. B from S. Car her'I Among dale. the memter!: irvnrie-s at large.nnji':) :,', with daughter.her Mi son-in-law. an3:) Mrs. Lea-and BRADFORD' PECANS 3 GALLONS FOR $50.0

ton Mnrgan Jr. and attended
WI1of :
$30 up property In Clay County for guests; was Mri. E'lienp' I'I
road department use heie. Hams Bnmswl'-k Ga.. a I|I the BIIS-Aijburndale' ] game. ,

Stoves County Clerk Charles] Dubyalso rOI'm..r member of the local Mr. And Mrs R, L. Snenttlev See Them Shelled at the StarkeFarmer's
-- $30 up society i ] of St. All ustlne spent the I REG. $2.99 GAL. VALUE
air-eej! :! to look into the
j jI.Beta
Ga; i orElertrieiiiiiruntrrd | fir-it' of the \\l"'k with MaJ. I
possibility! of a game management I Market '
and M"i V J Sppmilw while
( Ready To Go area In the county under Sigma Phi | Mr Sperm" !I.>>' VHS taking; tests!
the .uPt'rvlslon of th. dame 'I $
I, at tlic University Medical To 9 Lbs. 4
All Types Used Furniture & Fresh Water Fish Commission Members of Beta Sigma Center, $1.25 Lb. GALLONS FOR $100.0

t At Tremendous Phi sorority will hold their Mis. L. C Earlv] of Anna

Savings annual Christmas party 111. anil! Mrs t, C. Standard 10 To 20 Lbs.
See Us fore'You Buy Monday,:! night at 8 o'clock at i of Frankfurt' 111 are spend- $1.20 Ib.20To40Lbs. i
the home of the REG. $3.99 GAL. VALUE
TilE KKillT I'OINT for the sponsor i I Iner this week with Mrs
FENNELL'SBargain "rlt C'otiie In and I Mrs. E. L. Matthews 505 E, Farlv's dniiff'1'er and fam-
May you e. i
Center ..t'11'C t :voiir favnrtte KSTFR- Adkins St. *I'" Mr nr\* Mrs Jack Eaves': $1.15 Ib.40TolOOLbs. $

ROOK fountain p -n. TKI.E-: Gifts will be exchanged They all attended the Florl I 4 $120.0
l'/i :\Ii. S. on U.S. 301 I TEKKGKAPII. among members at this time. National Guard Christmas GALLONS FOR

$1.10 Ib. i


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4'al: the !Man From & UPHOLSTERY WORKS! has a nice :2/ bedroom:! ( house way you write. Come In and I BOOK before buying any'

Has The Service "KEYSTONE" 710 Lemon St. FaUtk.* and 1 acre ]let for Sale Near "t'lp.t your fitvorlte ESTKR- other encyclopedia.. M. X I

George E. LaRue Furniture Repaired Law ley. Only $5000 down BROOK fountain pen. TKI.E- Payne your I local repr8tiel1t.a- ,

Upholstered & Refiniahed and payments like rent. Call OKAPII. tive sine II/tM./ Box 8H.
THAT YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR K.'vstone Heights MATTRESSES REBUILT 388-0161. Jacksonville. I 1 Phone 964-6799. Uchi I II
Consultant' For All Your New Innersprings 4tchg 12 15 L I5t.R.'NCE:

Once sold every automobile has /AI different life history. Thus no two used! cars are alike the majority Insurance NeedsRepresenting and Box Springs AT RKIMVED; KATESAUTO. I
PIKE. BOAT Myers Power Tools
of our used cars were purchased from us new and were taken care of by our shop. :MoM of them are i Drop Us: A Card or Call FOR SALE Furnished DOYLE E. CONNER i

one-owner cars (not auction cars). If you are looking for a Good OK used car, call any of our courteous Great American Ins. Co. P.\LATKA,\ 5-9168 frame cottages Ideal lake INSURANCE"' AGENCY Area Headquarters For
Thu Travelers In*. Co. MRS IEGGV SH.\LIER homes Cal: Strlckland'sLanding. Lawnntower ... Power T *iSfrCiilInch
. :; Salesmen at Baldwin Chevrolet. Inc. for a dem nstrution. Drive and find out for yourself Kingsley Lake 503-: I trche
Tel. 473-4492 Day Chain
809 E. Adklna St. Saw
that there 1.-:* a I DIFFERENCE IlA USED CAR. 2551 or 533-2321, 3tp 128
473-432S Nltes Stark Arent i Pumpi'tt Water System!! *
. Auto Hre Home Burinew FOR SALE or lease Large Bright & Stratton Engine
3 bedroom frame house corn .
Monthly Payment.Plan. ''I NO 41 Fn'ECRE FARM: Rental* Sale 9! , NEW FURNISHED I Beautifully landscaped> lawn\ er lot. Fenced back yard new 330( N.:&:. 16th Av*.

ONE 2 houses outbuildings fruit roof. 746 Westmoreland. St (GulnrnvllI 378-S411
: '64 Chevy Wagon '66 Chevy Biscayne '65 Chevy Y2 Ton ONE STOP BEDROOMAPARTMENTS ar.d:: nut trees On paved or phone 8B4-6884. tfchg tfcnft."IT'S .

MASONRY SERVICE J highway Yoins\ for only $7.- I

Clean as New. Air Cond., Power 2 Door, fi C)'I. Standard Shift, VR Standard Shift. Radio and Mix, .. 700 I
Ite.ady all .Ir.!: Concrete FOR SALE OR RENT NEVER TOO LATK TO
Steering and Hrakes. White Radio. Heater White SW Tire.-.., Heater. This Truck is Just ninrk; irfl tH.t| e' Sanil; Next to BUS. Available' NO. 1')1)) rORNKR LOT Tiuby place. 536 N. Cherry: Joe l LKARX." Register now. Adult

Sidewall Tires. One Owner. Clean as New. One Owner. HaH' Like New. Look for the one Trecuitt Untvl.*. Kvcrytlilngnecomary 200 'x 210' Tiame 3 bfdroom St. Take small down I Kducation; clatwe. ",. Elementary

a heap on this one. with the Camper on it.l,595oo. fur roncrete niuHonry Dec. I 1st. Elec. Heat I and house! In excellent shape i Rent $30 month.II's. raymcnt and Secondary. Phone 964-2701
SAVE 795 00 vonittructlon.Ue Well shaded lawn. Barn. Ajoir.lnz per
$1 day: 964-3071 evenings.! tf
Air Condo I ;\ J. W Killian. 803 Boyc.Ave. .
WAS IS will meet any oa acreage available
: all materials within Mru l- Just in *oo niTf eo '65 Impala 4-Dr. $1,995 $1,595 $ ford C unt.IN1 STILL j !STROI'T REAI.TV I 3tchg 12 15 FOGS FOR SALE- -farm fresh
B. C Holtzendorf 1 mile*
MAINTAIN QUALITY. 2117 .V. Tempi.. Ale. I I
Edwards Road.
on tfchg
II. T. Artesian; Turquoise Paint '64 Ford Fairlane Wag. BRADFORDEXfilNEKRfNG :MR.\ MASON (I'.S. 301)lhone ) I FOR SALE-19C2 Pontiac 4door
and :Matching Interior, Air Con Rti9-3l M !Sturke Hardtop sedan. Air con
; J: ; CO. care ut Ernest: Tew! ditioned and full power. Very FOR: RENT-1 rdioom un-
dition. Power Steering and Air Cond., Power Steering Ha63 Ford 9-Pas Wag. Ph. !964-2521) Starke FOR SALE 3 BR. 2 bathhouse clean ,
: an.1 good condition fui nlshed bungalow newly
IJrakes. A Beautiful Car and a dio. Heater, V8 Engine, Like Realty, Inc. Central heating. '. Ph 964-2471 Itchg Inside! Located 648
Air Cond., Power Steering & YOUR BEST BARGAIN.I lot painted:
Lonely Buy.ONLY New acre 8 pecan trees. 5 < ] .
N. Walnut St. Contact Mrs.Adam
Brakes. New Tires, Clean as ADULT KDUCATION; oaw8.! i I Gainesville, Ph. ::11)-6t61) I I290S I Int 1408 N, Randall St. Green at at 964-7932:

$2,195.00 SAVE $1,495.00 New. One Own r. Take it for a Join now. Elementary Thane a.id N. W. lath St. Green Acres. Starke. Phone FOR RENT Unfurnishedapartment. or after 6 p. m. (
Secondary OB4-2701
Test Drive and you'll Buy it-- d.iys: 064-3071 evenings .I 964-3651. aftei 5 p. m. large bedroom 9640)43.ttch..

'63 Chevy Ton '66 Impala Coupe Prices Down to WHOLESALE; U'I FOR SALE -One circulating I 2tp 128 kitchen and breakfast room
FOR SALE One deluxe oil heater Mrs. D. L Sllcox. 331 Clark
$3tJ one 150 wal TUCK'S DIUVB IN for lal.!
Pick-up. Like New Radio and Gold; with Black Interior. Pow FHgldalre! electilc! range. Call oil tank and stand $20. One WANTED: MARRIED COUPLES St phon 969-2281 Itchg r or lease. PLon 964-9661 or
THIS WKEK ONLY 964-3501 I IDayJ J or 533-217S.I I for cottaKe parent work, .
75' x 140' lot
Heater. Custom Chrome and er Steering. Radio, Heater, 275 on Colley\ Road 069-4485.) 3tchg 13/1
after 5 p m tfchg ,;1000. J. 8 hr day 5 day week 2 weeks
\\hjte S\V .Tires. Heady to go liP V8 with Standard Shitt. T Qulgley. P o paid va'a tl'JIsta: te retire FOR SALE French Provincial

any w her*. Look it o\tr and Drive it Home 00 FOR RENT furnished 2 i Box 576 City, 2tch" 12 & ment, social security :Minimum twin bedicom suite automatic Linotype Operator Wanted

) for $1 39 5. bedroom cottage! In town. Unfurnished education.: 10th grade: washing! machine. 2:. Full time or Ideal) for part
time Brad
ONLY 2 bedroom house FOR SALE-1 chrome stroller. Operator.
$1,495.00 minimum age. 21. Please apply coffee tables. 2 lounge chairs
ONLY $2,695.00 out of town. W. H. Nollman 1 foam sof.i: bed and matching in person only. Personnel All in good condition reason ford County Telegraph.

tfch chair planter room divider : Dept. Sunland Training Cen able priced. Call 964-2781,

. We Also Have a Few 1966 Chevrolets Left in Our Inventory. Buy AUCTIONEvery 3'4, cabinet length hoop.combination.1 emeiald 1 ter. Oalnewllle! : Fla 4tchsr, -12-29 tfchi,' elderly WANTED LADY lady. Room to live board with

green ptlon lined evening coat. and small salary. Call 9648941 -

.: the One ot Your Choice UNDER ACTUAL COST! Friday, 7 p.m. | 7 qts. canned curtis pecans CHRISTMAS TREES FOR TOY SILVER POODLE 10 I 2tchg 1211

. Bring your furniture or I Ph M4-8664, UpI months old AKC. Reasonable]

anything of value We SALE. Blackberry plants 15c Phone 9G4-2U33: after 4 p. m, IMMEDIATE OPENING for
I 34 Acres while they last Mrs. W AStern .
. '66 Impala Coupe '66 Biscayne 4-Door '66 Chevelle 396 will fell it for you. Within on mile, of County 301 South phone 964- lop:t Assistant Manager' Town Fi
ance. Apply In person 220 N.
FENNELL'SBARGAIN Hospital suitable for 3531. 2tchg. 12-15
. White with Red Interior Air Air Cond.. 220 liP F.nine.Cupe./ Yellow( nnd Black! homes or subdividing country Pi'Ice Temple. 3tchg 12,13Ue : :

e Cond. Power Steering and White SW Tires Tinted Glass; White SW Tires. Power Steer CENTERCome .
$225 00 per acre terms and release FOR SALE Two Chihuahua |MARY| QARTERPAINTS
ing and Brakes Radio. Heater, to the Revolving Light have several jobs for
Brakes Radio, Heater. 3DG Turho ton paint, Radio and Heat clause. A. J. Thomas Realtor. puppies 5 weeks old. Good
Power Glide. Mag. Wheel Cove on I'. S. SOl Mouth I male or frma1e.I .
: bo V8 Engine. er. I Tel. 964-5701, Christmas gltts. Phone 964- 'I
0083. I
TREE RIPENED juice oranges I Itchg
: WAS IS WAS is WAS IS For less than $14.50000 ,
bushel or % bushel '| much less I can put you iri ; : 333-A N. Temple
: $3,913.65 $3,100 $3,373.15 $2,721.30 $3,479.30 $2,805.50 Highway 21. Lakevlew Drive. i the nicest masonry house with: PECAN PICKERS wanted. 7c :.

Keystone H"lghU. 2tp central heat and everything pound. Phone 69-3434. 5 miles
I' '
: '66 Belair 4-Door '66 4-Door FOR SALE 195fl Chev. 4 Many extras. Just say th< West of Staike on Rd. 18.
Impala 66 Impala Coupe Itch ofPAINTS A few dollars spent on a wheel
: word and 111 show you the ?
e floor, and 30" gas range. Per I alignment Job will pay dividends.
V8 Engine, Power Glide White White and Blue Interior, Radio Willow Green Black Interior, fect condition. Also \\'i\ yr. i best value in Starke. Term; ANDSUPPLIES Put the: profit in your

SW Tires. Radio, Heater, While & Heater Power Glide Has Air Cond., Power Steering. Radio "M TMrl dost untrained. Call I with payments lew than, rent FOR SALE-1964 Ford Fair- pocket Our John Beam Vlsua-
A. J. Thomas Realtor
Tel lane 4 dr srdan. Excellent
: with Blue Interior Small V8 Engine. & Heater, V8 Power Glide. 969-3355 afte8pm.. Itch?! : 044-5701 condition. One owner. Trailer liner lets you see for yourself.
I Coma in now. FIRESTONE.
r WAS is WAS IS WAS IS LOST Crescent-shaped pin ALL TYPES of lawn moweri. hitch Incl. Phone 964-0283 Up I For All Purposes '
platinum set with >ilamonrM." "'\NTtD-Clean Cotton Rae_.
$3,017.05 $2,447.03 $3,247.15 $2,626.44 $3,689.30 $2,962.76 Reward. Please return to and saw, machine sharpened No KaUil, Shlrto Or
Calvin ,JohN!. 332 N. Water SALE-20c Ib I ZIPPERS
Bradford TeVTa"h. Must Be Clean
County Cotton .
, Rag*
Ph. 964-1441. tfchj you pick 3 miles West of
2tp 12-15 I TELEGRAPH.i .
. Starke on Read 16. 7 & 10 In. lOc
WHEEL BALANCING save NEW BRICK HOME Just out. Itchg : WANTED-Lot close In down

BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc.U.S. I Hr<> dollar*. i leddl driving comfort side city. Small down pay. 14 Jn .. ISc town preferred with minimum

might even Mr your m nt. easy mor.thJy terms Cal I STRAYED-Hound dog. Own of 125 It. frontage.: Contact

301 NORTH, STARKE, FLORIDA PHONE 961-3900, !life. Get a fstt; acouret.. '- or A-rUe Buford Mitchell.. er may have I by identifying 22 In . 2Sc I Buford Mitchell.. Phone 8$93291 -
"".Inll free chec uv* wltto. pva* Phone 96 -3281., P. O. Box 238.. dog and paying for ad. Ph. ''I P. O. Box 238 Stark.

::1 I cLrion equipment. nEESTON'E City. tfchi l9fl9-10fll.| itpj j i j tfchg

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County Zoning Coming UpA NEWS And NOTES ',

step that can hardly be over- erty, and even a threat to !sanitary I'i'' ::A.cr y47 a ;.' For Today' HomemakersBy

emphasized in importance to the standards of the county. '. ,"r.1.,.. ,. Martha Sue
t MeCaia
Dear Mr Matthews '
future of Bradford County was There other : '
are many reasons
the this week 1 enjoyed your editorial: of } M.
appointment of
a County Extension
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why county zoning is a must in a ,
November 24 about the humanitarian + .
committee to start the ball Horn
rolling: this time of rapid expansion. A work of the Salvation 1, Economics Agent

on implementation of a comprehensive few of these are: Army.A n..... ....
: zoning and building: code.
-The rgulation] of automobile
few years past one of TURKEY OR
The enabling act, empoweringthe junk yards and other types of my sisters had tuberculosis FRUIT CHICKEN- Stir a little of the hot mixture
County Commission to take business that detract from our 'and had to leave her familyfor Dish Meal.A a One Into egg yolks; then stu
such steps has been a law since the egg yolks Into the rest of
public highways and are in direct almost two years. This I ( hearty salad
the 1965) session of the State Leg- conflict with the nationwide was a very heart-breaking ; fruit with a generous combining amountof the hot mixture. Cook over

islature, but, as is often the case, movement toward beautification.The thins becausj they had four cooked turkey or chicken hot water about 2 minutes

implementation of the zoning small children only one old makes a satisfying meal. Try stirring constantly. Chill cov-
regulation of automobile ered. Whip cream until stiff
commission got sidetracked distances from that Add chilled dressing to
None of her Immediate fam-
press of other matters that seem- hot soup or hot bread com
would save the county thousandsof ily was able to take care of pletes the menu. cream and beat slightly to
ed more important at the time. Serve bothIf
blend. Calories table-
dollars in right-of-way' costs the children except an auntin per
you are not
a calorie
Now however
several recent when the time comes for payingfor Alma, Ga., where they had counter. No dessert is needed. spoon: about 75.

occurrences have spotlighted the structures that have been to live for this long: period.:! Liberal calories are providedIn RED APPLE SALAD
need for countywide zoning and For family meals and special -
The mother was put In the the exotic
built too close to the highwayand dressing.
the Commission has at long last hospital in Orlando to be 3 cups turkey occasions you'll enjoy
must be moved. or chicken,
come: to grips with the problem. cured. When she was well cooked diced! ; 1 cup grapes, serving a make-ahead saladthat's
-The practice of issuing coun- again and the family together rot colorful, nourishingand
/Commission Chairman Jerome + seedless, halved: 2 cups pine-
ty building permits would be of it WAS almost Christ- thrifty.
i. Johns has announced the appoint- apple chunks, drained; 1 cup firm tart
Four apples
great assistance to the tax asses- mas time, and the father was 'apple wedges, unpeeled ;
ment of a study committee, and ; one- and one half cups sugar; one
the first meeting of this group sor in "picking, up" new construc- making only in a small salary half cup salad dressing;; ; 6 fourth teaspoon salt: one
tion and placing it on the tax working An orange grove lettuce cups; paprika as
is !scheduled for Tuesday night. near Orlando with no hopeof half cup red cinnamon can-
The rapid growth of the poultry rolls to carry its fair share of anything extra for dinner, needed,; silvered one-third I cup almonds dies: 3 cups water; one-half
the county's tax load. cup cottage cheese or :3 or 4
industry in Bradford County in let alone any toys for the ." Combine turkey or chick-

all of its phases-broilers, layers, -The issuance of county build- children.I '.. .(". en. grapes, pineapple: chunks fourth ounces cream cheese: one

;; and pullets-is one factor that has ing pemits would also aid county decided to write a letterto :. r,: r ''and apple wedges. Chill before Pare chopped and, core green the pepper.apples.

j i I: pointed up the need for firm zoning law enforcement officers in curb- the Salvation In Orlando Army and head-tell ''':.'': serving. Blend lightly Add suger, salt and candlesto

practices. It is for the benefitof ing the activities of unscrupulous quarters them the situation. r Also I t. '_. with salad l dressing. Dip the water. Put over heat
all builders who take advantage of edges of lettuce cups In pap and
that this industry continueto sent them the money I had stir until candles are
thrive and expand in Bradford unsuspecting, and usually unedu- saved to mall our Christ- d salad on lettuce dissolved.]

County, but this growth and expansion cated, property owners. In recent mas cards for a donation.] A desired.cups. Top Six with servings almonds: 345 cal-, if Cook apples slowly in this

must not come at the years Bradford Countians have lady of the Salvation Army f ories per serving if made syrup in a covered pan until

risk: of devaluing already estab- been bilked of thousands of dollars ]- came three days before ( fill/Ill with fruit-whipped cream Just tender to color taming evenly occasionally Drain-

lished residential property. We by fast talking promoterswho Christmas and took my sisterto It ,w ,ra; 71 / dressing and garnished with and chill.

feel there is room enough in Brad- get them to sign papers obli- their store house of toysto almonds. Mix cheese with
preen pep-
ford County for all types of industry gating themselves to pay ten or children.pick out Also gifts she for was all givena the I/IIf(1/! ( ( ( : ( Fruit-Whipped Cream per and stuff the apples.
Dressing [II 1 .
times the value of the cup dressing] Serve
and all kinds of construc- twenty food order to buy $40 1 a frtiiwr on watercress or other
tion, but each should be in its actual work done. These are not worth of fool for the family. Three tablespoons butter ormargarine dark greens. Four servings

proper place. local builders, which makes it all Each Thanksgiving and Just One More Step To GoFARMER'S : 3 tablespoonsflour ) Serving suggestions- a

The possibility of a future Industry the harder to locate them and Christmas since then the one-eighth: one third teaspoon cup sugar salt: main dish naiad for Sunday

of considerable size in the bring them to justice for their Salvation Army has checkedon one-fourth cup lemon Juice;, supper triple the Ingredient
western of the violations of the law. If the them. They are doing fine DIARYAnd 1 for cottage cheese mixture.
part county is an- prop- now, and are helping others tablespoon orange Juice Stuff the apples and mound,
other reason why the zoning code erty owner had to! obtain a build- themselves. frozen concentrate; onethirdcup the rest of the cheese mix-

should be put into effect with ing license before work was start- Where I used to cross the With berry plantings pretty speaking of the color pineapple! juice, cannedor ture in the center of a platter -

"all deliberate speed." A similar ed, it would give officials an opportunity street so I wouldn't have to much on their own now, J red. how about the "Big frozen; 2 egg yolks slightly and place apples around

industry-though very welcome to warn him about sign- give a donation, I now cross growers are taking time out Red" of Bradford High, and beaten; one half cup whipping the rim. As an extra variation

caught a nearby county with iU ing papers he had not read. the street to do so proudly.A to go hunting. At least that's 1( their thrilling comefrombehind cream. n'a'p! r,*4rs'i.1 _'<*..3
Reader. what Leaton Morgan said win ]last Friday night I Melt fat in top of double around the mound of cheese
zoning codes down, and the resulting We hope that the newly appointed when we asked about his Here's hopl.is they can repeat boiler Stir in flour, sugar, and stick a red cherry In the

influx of new residentshas committee will enter planting of berries. "I have- that performance tomorrow und salt. Add fruit Juices center of each pineappleslice -

caused near chaos with trailer upon its work with the enthusiasm Letters To n't been in the field for two night, and capturethe gradually and cook over boil-

settlements springing up every- !' that the job deserves, and weeks," he said with a grin state championship. Ing water stirring constantly, HAPPY EATING' I

where, with no rules or regula- will do everything possible!' to Santa ClausDear "I've been., hunting.. until the mixture thickens.

tions to prevent them from be- speed up the long-delayed implementation On these cool mornings a

coming a threat to orderly growth, of a county zoning and Santa: Once the crop Is started on good breakfast of buckwheat

a threat to the value of other prop- building code. I wished you could come to plastic] mulch, the grower can By Sam McOarvey cakes homemade sausageand
my house to see me, but I go on to other things/ except good old cane syrup

The know you cannot come. Now for an occasional application would taste mighty good. Sam '
Predicting UnpredictablePolitics rtas''+ COUNTY
we can write to one another. of water by Irrigation. Back man said he could see the can't have i 11, but once you've WITH
We write to others too., when wild hay was used as
dealing as it does with much, too soon," and signaledthe sense of Bradford being tasted things like that, no-
but are you coming to my mulch r and not applied un- AGENT
thing else comes anywherenear
personalities, and with political 89th is perhaps as objective hooked up with Alachua YOUR .
house this Christmas? Love, til January. a* e rule winter good. _
power as the winner's prize, isoneof as most : Clearly] ," it said, "the Olenda Epps weeds could take over a patch County. But another one said as .e- .

the most unpredictable and 89th would have done greater jus- 1211 Pratt St. in- a hurry, and It was necessary he opposed that: Idea, and Instead t
suggested that Clay,
fascinating of man's pursuits. tice to its own record if it had to hoe often to keep a Bradford
Union Bar: and
Even after several weeks of been allowed time in 1966 to review Dear Mr. Santa Claus: field clean. be Joined to form one coun- Remember?
.. .
I am going to Texas for
post-mortem analysis, there can and refine the titantic bodyof ty.
Christmas. Wood you come And speaking of hoeing, it .
be no exact assessment of the No- legislation that it had mass-
to Texas ? And Bruce he is Is a real] art, and we've seen
vember elections in terms of spe- produced in 1965. Christmastoo. While all li-.U: Is conjectureat
going to Texas for persona who could clean out
cifics-war, inflation, violence in The 89th has also been credited, And my mother and around a berry plant with a the moment It is certain

the streets-that triggered the or discredited, with a share of the father too. I want Creeple few expert slices of a sharp- that change are coming in 1

tendency to put the ins out and problems that developed duringits Pceple. ened hoe and:: leave the plant county financing whe the ''y BYGeorge

outs in, as the saying goes. term and remained unsolved Pamela Kay Tucker undamaged. One thing which Legislature likely that meets the and small:! it T.
It that some of the P. O. Box 253 always amazed us was how seems
appears when it adjourned. The buildupof counties will be hit hard. And i Iluggille
most important upsets, as in Cali- war in Viet Nam, inflation, Dear Santa close to the plant:: those doggone If that happens, we will haveto
weeds and grew.
fornia and Illinois were decided and numerous cases of civil disobedience I'm a little boy three years find some more economical -

more on personality of individual will rightly or wronglybe old. Please tong me a ban- There was another bill sale form of local government

candidates than on. party, l..b
But if there is one overridfngreason 'the 89th must share some respon- truck and cars, Army Thursday, and! In view of the that it is probably mighty about :2a' inches: of rain dur-

for the upsets, it is attributed sibility. men O. I. Joe talking lion forecast of a light crop This ye.mr, for the first r !good that the spirit and atmosphere ing December Wish we could

by many to a general and talking machine Thank around here, the questioncame time our Yaupon holly Is tt of Christmas kinda have had just a little bit in

feeling of uneasiness about the In the final] analysis, the true you. up as to where the nuts loaded with red berries andIt offsets the extreme opposite November Our rye grass program -

import of the 89th's'! accomplishments Brett Smith were coming from. One man is a very pretty sight In- general feeling about taxes. would have been much
rapidly expanding cost of government will not be measured in 616 Pinewood Drive said most of them were deed. However It Is not to be Nobody likes! to payout better to talk about. Young

both state and national. terms of quantity or speed. Rather from the Waldo section and confused w.th the common lots of money. I was very Clover would have been

The 89th Congress may have it will be reflected in the shapeof Dear Santa: other parts of Alachua County. Christmas berry holly which unhappy the other night growing some. Lawns would
moved faster in implementingnew its influence the future. As I'm' a boy six years old. grows all over the county in when I got only one small have been much prettier
and expensive programs than on Please bring me a bike, racing swampy places, as that var- pork chop and was reminded Cotta have water to have

the capability of the people to evidenced by election results, the89th's cars Creepy Crawler set, Sam bought 20 pounds at iety has either yellow or red that the package cost little growth.

absorb them. Altogether, it appropriated influence is already des- come books A sailor suite, the market and Alice is busy berries and has a much rtP/ over 150. Our 15 year old Ask by w\y of office visit,

$264 billion in tined for critical review. rlchoet rifle, and a bounca- now making: Christmas candy smaller leaf. boy got two. and the 21 year post card, telephone or even
taxpayer What remains to be seen is lene and Army pUl box. and cake. She made a batchof old boy got two. They out- send for a Farmer's Tax
funds In the two it
years repre- how the 90th Congress will inter- Thank you, minted nuts, and they Cold weather this week, reached me Guide and Firm Family Record -
sented the nation's electorate-an Bobby Smith f Well we fctlll ought to be Book. Even tells about
look turnedto
pret the returns of November 8. both and:! taste good. and our dogwood has
all-time record.In 616 Pinewood Drive a beautiful russet red In mlghtly ilIad I reckon, that filming Social: Security.

addition to Medicare, it start- Will it undertake a thorough and Theres more and more talk an effort to match the pvra- we have the privilege to pay

ed and voted large appropriationsto reasoned analysis of the cost and Dear Santa :about consolidation of coun- centha berries. Another thing taxes; and that the percentage -

finance federal aid to educa- effect of the past two years ? Willit This is what Daredevil I want Trick for ties, and we wondered If that the cold weather has of our take-home pay is:

tion from kindergarten through refine and perhaps reject some Christmas Batman A Punching Bradford might once againbe turned red is Sam's nose and ]less for fool l than other ma- FFA NEWSBRADFORD
college the actions of the 89th, or will it yieldto Action and his joined with Union County.So in all candor we must report jor costs of living. In fact
many-phased war on Bag, Captain
the far we haven't found that It Is means as statistics show that costs like CHAPTERThis
poverty a national teachers urge establish. '! a produc- 9 uniforms Euperman suit any- by no
in favor of that but decorative. medical rave" transportation
one one
tive record of its own?
rent subsidies for the tdze 12 and a cowboy boots,
corps, poor, and housing take a greater week we would like to
and programs to rebuild cities and The most significant fact emer- size 2. and a Secret Sam. portion now than It did a feature one of our outstanding -

beautify highways. It increasedthe ging from the November electionsis John Tyson few year afro; while total] Future Farmers our
minimum passed that the people can still make Glamour, Misty, Tressy Tammy Henry and Martha Hiers food takes less. Sentinel, Raymond Thomas.He .
wage, an automobile their uneasiness of dissatisfactionfelt Dear Santa Francle, Rickey Midge, Sapp. He owned and operated fr What I am building up to Is the son of Mr and Mrs.
safety bill, and enacteda I want a big' grader and a Baby Spank Me Bozo the a grocery store In is that tax-figuring time is Olen Thomas and lines about
host of other legislative mea- at the polls on an individual little dump truck, and a big Talking Clown, Larry the Starke for 40 years: was a here. For a little help in five miles south on 301

sures collectively designed to basis. car. Lion. Bake an Easy, Bubbling veteran of World War I anda making this task a little Raymond Is now enrolledin

change the social structure of On the basis of November returns Matthew OrWIs Beauty Vanity, bold and burgundy member of the Church of easier, we want you to havea vocational agriculture for

American life. it can be said with cer- tea set. Chatty Cathy. Christ. copy of the 1967 Farmer's his third year. During hU:

Most of these were laudable objectives tainty that the two party system, Dear Santa. Mr. Ed the Talking Horse. Surviving are his widow Tax Guide You just ought first year In agriculture, he
For Christmas I want a OI Penny Brlte, Freeze Queen. Elma Lang Sapp, and one not to has been in
but much of the elec- as the foundation of effective, start tax figuring until many activities
Joe Action Sailor, Illya Kur- Ouljl Board. OI Joe. Little brother, Jake Saw both of
you have looked through such as land-Judging and
torate apparently felt it was "too representative government in the hakin doll. Daniel Boone KIddIe Klub House. Starke.
and studied the
this guide. All forestry. His projects for
Congress to slow down the United States, has been Immeasurably Action James
pace. suit Captain Kathy Wainwright Funeral services were held
you gotta do I Is ask us for year Include a cow anda
Time magazine's appraisal of strengthened. Bond. Blzzjr Buzz Buzz. Super 625 W. Pinewood Drive at 2 p. m. Sunday in the one. I even keep some In my home garden.
Spy Special Agent !let Secret Long Branch Church near M:
car and hand out aa I travel During his second year he
The Bradford County Telegraph Sam. StalllOii Round-up Oun Services Held Maxvllle with Rev. DonaldL. about. was a member of the land

set. Highway Patrol car. Ken Ramsey officiating Inter- At first glance I It might Now. If you have kept a Judging team and took part
OR'D4' Established 1879 the Doctor King of the Hill ment was In the church appear thai the 'revenooers"have pretty good record and used In dairying Judging and meat

4 the Last Straw, Francie Sunday For: cemetery with DeWitt C. flushed another moon- our Farm Family Record Judging. His protects Included -

E. L. MATTHEWS Skipper, Barbie, TutU Todd Jones Funeral Home in shiner out of the swamp Book, or one similar, your hogs and a home garden.
= Editor and Publisher] and little Kiddle Klub House, Wm. M. Sapp charge of arrangements.CARD but such Is not the case. If Job will\ sure be lots easier. This year he was elected

'" Jan and Heidi. Penny Brite, you have a ,good memory, Lots more folks might use Sentinel of the chapter and
. C) L7 Florida. Oldest Weekly Freeze Queen Tammy. William M. Sapp, retired OF THANKS you might recognize: the this record book if empty his projects include hogs anda

Oc It" New.paper 11..ter Published tile Sm Comttaoonly Jeffry Dean Wainwright merchant and lifelong resi- The kindness and sympa- above as a certain prominent cigar boxes were not so easy home garden. His' responsibilities -
629 W. Pinewood Drive dent of Bradford County, thy of neighbors and friends Starke businessman In his
:! MMt....... to get. We distribute a !good are to keep the room
died Thursday morning. Dec. In our recent sorrow will always Centennial- finery back In number of these record books In order and to assist the
, FubUh bed Thnr.d y ... Entered M 8eM. |CIM Dear Santa. 1, at his home, after a short remain with as as a 1957. In case your memory I la each year. Moat folks who president In maintaining order
Matter at the Poet Office at Stark. FT*. For Christmas I want a Ulnes precious memory. Our sincere slipping, here's a hint: Those get the first .
11..... Act .( Hareh 8, ISIf. ? TutU Todd. Skipper Skooter Mr. Sapp was born in thanks and gratitude, for all were GAY days, weren't want another one.tor the always next -James ADen Reporter

.. Trade. Arc*. 1 Tr. flMs, 1 Mo. $*.... Pepper Cricket Barbie Color Bradford County on Dec 24 those comforting acts. Mary they? Bradford Chapter.
Marie: Heidi Jan 1889, the of the laM Lou Oreen. year.One
; KeD son
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In this choir. It will be for I went were Donna Sparkman, I before going on home to MI- win Thursday.' Praise Service 7:30: p. m ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship, 11 a. m. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH

the Juniors or. down. Theer Terry Breeden. Sue White. ami.Pastor Harvey Oreen. of the USN. Church Choir practice 8:30. STARKE Training Union 7 p. m. EvenIng Sunday: School. 10 a. m.

will be practice. each Sunday Brenda ariffis.: Prlscllla ard11's.: Merle stationed In Meridian. Miss., Thursday Auxiliaries Sunday Mass, 9:15: a m. Service, 8 p. m. Rev. Morning Worship 11 a. m,

THERESSAi night! after service. Dodd. Cheryl Orlffis. and Packnam went with Mrs.; was visiting!\ his parents, Mr. meet at church. 3:30: p. m. Tuesday-Novena :ard Bene. Lacy Conway pastor. Evening/ Worship, 7:30: p. m.

Ralph Biyan. Sunday School I Mike Hanks. Miss Romesa June Norman Tuesday, Nov.! and Mrs. Russell Green this' Visitation, at church 7:30.: diction 7 p. m. Inquiry Class, Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.

'I By Brckr New ham Superintendent asked for Dodd was in charge. 29 to Leesburg to vlsU Mrs. 8pm. CIIVRCII OF GOD Wednesday.) / R.'*. W. L.
_ i nUtTIII\Y Norman's father. Mr. Wade, week.Miss Alice FIRST CHRISTIAN and 422 N. St. Clalr! St.. Btark
-I everyone In the Christmas Edwards was' Thursday Friday Newosis l pastor.NORTHSIDE .
I AAAmAAaAra .. .44..4 Program to stay after t'huI'chthlll Pastor and MI's.lerle':\ who is in the hospital there visiting Charlotte Williams In ChURCh STAKKE Mass. 7:30: a. m f V30: a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.

HOPE \PT1ST CIIVRCII Sunday to practice.Our Packham and Mr and !Mrs.' We are sorry to learn that'I Columbus. Oa. lost week. Sunday School9:45: a. m. :for grade and high school students Worship Services, '1 a. m. and BAPTIST

Miss: Anne Bell and Mlsa Christmas program Ralph Brvan had dinner in Mrs. Shirley Hall Is in the While there she attended the Morning Worship, 10:45: a. ]. I 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday, Located on Bayieoa .high!

Reba Tolunson. who are Inctiarge will be at the church Wed- Jacksonville Saturday night!\ St. Vincent's Hospital in I wedding of Miss!/ Williams.Mrs. m. Chrlstla.i Service Hour Saturday Mass, 9 30 a. m 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting way [SR 2 231 at Raiford:l Road

of the New Life Bible nesday nlfrfU. Dec. :21. at I I, Dec. 3. at the Prttchett's Ktt- Jacksonville. Mrs. Ernest I Ethel Russ and Ml'S.C. 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. I Friday. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. U S. (tSR 16]. Services: Bund.iySchool

Club. visited the church 7 ::30. DrawIng of names In ('('fl. the occasion being :Mrs Triest\ is caring for Shirley's L. Atkinson were visiting Youth Choir IIEILBRONN BU'ThIT I Williams, pastor. 10 a. m. Sunday

Wednesday night. Nov. 30. classes were last Sun jay and'I':, Packham's birthday. children while she is ill. We Mrs. Jessie Will Dukes. Jr. In Practice 3:30: p. m. Fellow- Sunday School 9:45: a. m.:' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Morning Worship. 11 a. m

Th club meets at the church this Sunday for exchange l'FIt: SON.L'4:. hope she will be feeling better Oalnesvllle Tuesday: ship Supper 6:30: p. m. Ml.l- :Morning: Worship. 11 a. m Sunday School 9:43: a. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.

<')aeh Monday after school. Rifts for Christmas. The sifts :Mr. an.1 Mrs J. W. Zel lel' soon and can bs back Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harilson Week Bible Study. 7:15: p. m Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening, Service, 7:30.: Mid
homeof the night of of Oakdalc. Calif. have boon home with her and Adult Choir Practice. 8:00: p Evening Service. 7:30: Midweek Service Wednesday
and on Tuesdays at the will be !given\ on family. son of New Orleans Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. week Prayer
Mrs; Fre1 Dodd In Keystone the Chrlstmis proaiam In visiting his sister. :Mrs J. D. f'HIIL'REI'SIOS were visiting Mr. ana Mrs .m. PI'ayeService, 7:00: p. "holr Practice Thursday, 7:30P. : 7:30.Rev.: 'Glenn: Law-

_ Tt Is for boys and girls the educational building.! GriffK and Mrs Rhoda !Mr and Mis J. D. Orlffis Lloyd Dyal lost weekend. I| BVYLESS 1"OII\VAY m Wednesday. -Tioy Johnson rn. hon pastor.CALVARY .

9 In -radra I through 6. Sunday School 10 a. m Dampier !and their families had as their guests Sund3Y: The Hunters:; Associationhad : BAPTIST CIIL'KCII pastor.

The speakers described MOl'nh1Vol'shlp!\ 11 a. m They left Tuesday for :Miami\ Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Zelgler of their usual ThanksgivIng -1 Sunday School. 10 m.I SMYRNk: MISSIONARY! I KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
then work life and at Camp Training' Union 6:30: p. m where they ullI take a plane Gainesville.\ Mr. and:! Ml's'' dinner At the home of I a. BAPTIST CIIWRCTt BAPTIST CIICRCb Sunday School 10 a. n.

Gilcnri' in Polk City and:! voted to Bible Study, Evening for Guatemala Central America Walt Zelatler: \ of Oakdale. Mr. and MM. Lloyd Dyal this!' MorningVorship, 11 a, m.' Sunday SChool 10 a. m.I Morning Worship 11 a. m..
Training Union 6 p. m. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday
,11o..rt slides of the activities worship 7Jp.: m Wednesday and :Mexico before letuinlnK Calif. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. year There were 59 people Morning: Worship, 11 a. m Training Union 6:90: p. m.
Cii '.: "'n may attend the night,: Prny'rfeeUn: ) to their home In Zelnler Mr. 'and Mrs. Victor attending the outlnthlll!\ Evening Service 7 p. m.'I services: Sunday School! 10 a. Training Union, 6:30: p. m Evening Service. 7:30.: Prayei
Everyone welcome. -Rev. M.
David Medeiros .
b' !arning their verses and bible study.INTER31EII. Mr:\ and Mrs. Ernest Triest and Mark all of OrangePark. : deer this year. As far as we pastor.ASSEMBLY Union 6:15: p. m. Evening Meeting Wednesday. 7:30.: in.Rev R. II. Butler putor.AIR'AR' .

al.i-ndiiiK the club each : \TI: P\KfV and family spent some time Mr. :mdII's.! Joseph know he is the only/ local : OF GOD I Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone -Rev. Jim! RIgdon pastor.

M ndav\ Intermedlat"s hive: at Cedar Key recently. :Mranl : Zeigler of Gainesville. and person to have got a deer Um'A CHAPELWeldon I welcome. Elder T. C. Williams BAPTIST

Pari'iiK are urged! t<> encour- The hal'lnllot\ ; :Mrs Jimmy Onann have Mrs. Rhoda Dampier.; Mrs this season. Raiford' pastor. BOATDRAJN:: BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:43: a. m
been busy St. and
ai-r' t Ill' < h' children to attendt" of really fun the last couple of i house boat down there and \v. E. Dampier and Jessie Mr and M'-s. Howard Dou- Road. Sunaay School, 10 a.mMorning LAURA BAPTIST! .1 Sunday School. 10 a. m. : Morning Worship, 11 a, m

> ( ': ::1)\ rf ulaily. and carry eeks. :::Saturday: :! Nov 26. the Triest family lied VnploHsuie \ Lee" of Stark. It was a very,, alas and daughter Debbie Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School. 9:43: ; a m Morning Worship. 11 a. m Evening Service 7:30: p. m
tlll'l Hibk'5.A to "i'se It. happy 'CM'on' for all sinceit and Mrs. Pansy Strickland of Training Union 6:30: p. m Prayer Meeting, Wedneeday
met at tie community Evening Service, 7 m. 11
hev p. Morning Worship a. m.
11"\\' choir was also! or- Einle Ti-ieif is ,Rettitm:: : real was the first reunion of I Gainesville. attended the Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer 7:30: p. m. Training Union,
house and played !Barnes and Tuesday Prayer Meeting, Evening 7:30
Worship. : p. m.
_ _ rn .i (d I We'lne.'day. with the had refreshments nftcr :Miss: good on that horse of his. lIe the Zeinler family: In six Georgia and Georgia Tech 7:30: p. m. Thursday YoungPeople's Prayer Meeting Wednesday. Meeting, Wednesday 7:30: Friday, 7:30: p. m. -Rev. E. L
p-" T". Rev. :Merle\ Pnckham won the trophy for his age vears Charity football game In Atlanta p. m. -Rev. R. E. Berzstrom.
devotional Griffis, pastor,
Dodd had n Meeting 7:30: p. m. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee -
dl. i 11n" We cnn/ use 24v Ernie group last Sunday at the BASKETBALL"! PR.\CTICE 0.... last weekend. pat tor. ,
Those attendins were Pastor Leroy LJghtsey. pastor.BROOKER.
i,,,, people and adults. soD Tiiest John Swindle. Larry horse show held at the fairgrounds Theressa is now trying toIlet Their son Eddie! plays with PINE LEVEL BAFTIST HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

u1 someone to attend mtten. PriseiHa Dodd Louis" In !ftarke' up a Basketball team for the Georgia Tech team. He LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST BAPTIST Sunday School, la &. m I [Highway 100 at There**.]

Ch>",ill\ practice each Wednes- natten. Susie Taylor :Mike C. A. Erinson of Miami the boys. Monday night; they cpme home for the holidays CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m Morning Worship, 11 a. rr Sunday School 10 a. m.

d;' after prayer service flanks. Sue White nn-f:! Becky visited with his\ brother. gathered at the community with the Douclas', Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morning Worship. 11 a. m Pre-Servlces) [Booster Bank Morning Worship 11 a.

Hat chocolate and dou h- Frlsbe and )other :Miss Ro- Homer. and Bonnie Brinson. hou--e to practice. Anyone Mrs. Nora Sapp was visitIng Morning Worship 11 a. m.: Training Union 6:30: p. m Young People ard Pray m.

nn'v!' were served by the la- mesa D'jrtd van in chl\1'Jte.: Mrs Hom' r Brinson had a wishing to \plav: on the team her sons. Harry and HarOld Evening Worship 8 p. m.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer Service!1. 6 p. m. Evening Training Union -6:30: p.

rtii'- .j in the educational biilUMi :- On Sjtmday Dor 3. theIntcimedlilos liquid embroidery( party Mo- may contact Berky Newham Sapp In Jacksonville last Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Meeting, Wednesday 7:30.: Worship, 7pm. Midweek ''m.

!r practice made n trip to I. dav nlnht! at !vr home or" Cheryl Griff Is. Remember\ week.Wesley 8 p. m: Sing each Friday ai deirvlce Wednesday 7:30: pin Evening Worship 7:15:

\T Ralph Bryan plans to) Oulne-ml' and placed! mlni.iMire Guests who attended were I this is for boys of age 14 or Kelly of Atlanta. 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey; Lane. I DEDAN: BAPTw tBi-oher] -Rev. D. L. Ramsey, pa* m.I .

Junior clion The?>' I in'f 1.1': on the \vavhome Mrs Cho slo Derrick anl up. unless >ou are a Rood Oa. Is spending: a few days castor. Sunday School. to n. m tor. I Wednesday Night Prayer
rlo'l"hh'I'-111-1nw., *. Fdnn player I here with
his parents Mr.
n p. ( ( Sunday iiishtenln ,
the ( ri I nod lialsomethmK
'l'i 1)(
al) >'r ( :?: service She In- to' cat Thosevho' j Sullivan end' daughter-in-: CRUI\M CItACKER CAKE and Mrs J. W. Kelly. I

i1oiir UTI or bov to sinu:( ) law. :MrphillipB.. :Mrs For those asking for the Mrs. Hazel Harrell and

1 Hanks tint :Mrs :MildienUilnson \ Graham Ci .ick-er Cake reclpp daughter Sharon. attended a Ij i An investment in Your Future

It's. very easy to make and birthday dinner for Mrs.
That's Our Business;

t GLASS' "If It's Olns WRITE* We or VISIT Have It"CALL ton>''OnvlIlr'lIh Mi Mr on went and Tuesday and'hopping:Mrs\ Mrs.Jinle Homer Harry in lUrrlnu-Jack-Bitnon Na-- now fume weeks with' or and day away wait Christmas store you yoU to it want make in can onlv the to make it freezer serve two the It- In and Cedar Han-ell's Mr.Palitka famllv and Keys.Brooker's father.Mrs.Thursday,spent J.Harry V.Friday E3wards:night.!Eddy at I, IF IT E (09 Q) (S H c 8 ll ( H[1)) jm* k.fw m rm tort b oft?

deau of :Miami spent Saturdav own Dottie Kelly

We Dc'pm !Modern\ Store Fronts( ni-'ht! with :Mrs. Nadeau's Cream well ''i: Ib butter. 2 sure was a beautiful addition .
cups uar: 5 whole < to the Belk-Lindsev Float In
I'I.t"1'1:1' : \ brothpr-ln-law. ears b. !
Just; Mail Us A Pattern Fo* \'I' and Mrs E S SIbley. fbpat well !pfter I'a"h earl; the: Christmas Parade In .

Table' TopsSHEA'S Thrv left Sunclav momma :add! Utcasooon vanilla. 3'4 Gainesville. Wednesday.Mrs .4 1 need the Answers .
fni Cull!<>nn aiL 1 wi'ltore ruo milk: :MIX together. I lb. !\ Grace Barrv is in th* .- I _ _
Ii !1 'urnhnm crackers. :2! AHchua General ', .
teaspoons Hospital In
tlii' n t' i" t t"-i (a'i'l gO ble' *
GLASS CO. I t ) tor') 1-1'' '' t i T'\\I1'i'n 1 \ br bsktnpowclpr: Blend all In-I Gainesville\ We sure wish hera 4 I to some
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t t.. 'I i "i 1".1 i i i; 'V, "inshlr cii'coponut.) 1 cup choppel:: look forwar'' to seeing her .. SERIOUS
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FK2-1353 : : ; 10 >.d M<>me ttm 1: npr.ins YOU run make a layer hack horn ,
I (("Tkc nut of tlil and use I II
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I J)AivI ftiUiEs s II.EcmRY t ,I I'I "You c-ithpr favT-lte broken fia-kei-'''I can, ..cnn"bVp But.al"anmashl'd.!frostinsr:It's bnv it we in the always;very a recipe loaf graham--jood pan Justlie or or! CHURCH NEWS : 1'. ," ..'.8 '. .c''mi 1.*. Vhy with QUESTIONS am my 1 life here? Where? What am shall I going I do?

NTIQUES HEARING AID the\ thr('rackl'rs'Ith i-pitular' kind a and rolling roll/ / FIRST B.PTISTClnUnl. I This young man is at the threshold of

(rln STAKKE I his adult life and needs the answer
For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE- TilE .'YYYTYT'Y.T 5*
ANTIQUES ? .T? Sunday -- Sunday School. :'

BoughtSoldAppraisedFurnitureChinaGlass Kongo Pet ShopPoodle 9:45): a. m Morning; Worship, urn to some serious question Perhaps you

BROOKERBy 11 a. m. sermon "Jesus The ,_ find yourself pausing to: take stock of
Image of 0 1."
Silver-Brass-Oil Paintings OF JACKSONVILLE IU"lt.I.IaAMPOODLE < TrainingUn- I
GROOMINCJ ion. 6:15.: Evening Worship! your life and groping for direction.

One Piece or a House Full Tha Strongest and Smallest Sweaters Collars, Tags, Joyce Stokes 7:30: p. m. The Church Choir ,I

Hearing Aid In the World" Pet SuppWas .. presents "Carol of Love.' a fl
Ina Ward The Church of the Living God tells the
Antiques Only Co. Hearing Aid !Minle BlrdFI..h-I1.mI..t. cantata by Ellen Jane Lor-

3372 bt. Johns Ave. 22 West. Monroe Daily &; Sun. 10-6 P.M. :BKOOKER. TO GET enz.Monday _i I *' truth about man's life death and
Jacksonville 353-1463: Closed l Tuesday NEW SCHOOL BL'ILDING Youth Choir

Jacksonville 387-1379 I 8939 Jle.rlonJl Rd. Normandl' I School Supt. Tom Casey practice. Bible Survey Class destiny. The truths learned there-
Call Collect iionnv SHOP Secfon! Architect. Don Morsan, 7 p. m. ,

W. Jacksonville 781-2800 Board members. Rodney Tuesday-Ida Darby Circle, ie: will set you free to live a more

Auto Sales & Service I Hall, Art Holiday and H. A. and Lorena Eppeison Circle ,.
P1 1.\NOS-OnG.\N Lawson. were( on hand last meet at home of :Mrs. L. d : pY! abundant. meaningful. and

SHOP Inc. night when the Brooker PTA O. Powell 2 30 .I
'NESTSIDEVolkswagen Mason & Hamlln Pianos k creative life. "Ami" !tie
Hammond Organs met at the Brooker Jr High Choir practice. Sunbeams. -

Inc. A Complete Line of Magnavox Organs: School auditoi( "'um. : 3:30: pm Junior OA. 4:30 _ i t hall know. the truth and
Df' t & Airplane: Builders Sup- "You Get A Good Deal At-- Don RToraan showed the Ethel Blgns! Circle and : : .
AUTHORIZED DEALER plies--Specialising! in Radio plans for the new school Brownlee Circles meet at I 'the'' truth ball make

Controlled< Models building, which will be circular home of Mrs A. R Norman .
J\} : free.
&slee ). Tart arid. Equipim I It will provide a libr 7:30.: :
Service BoOy Shop F. O. MILLER Iary, office :.>u 1torlum. I ,'5 ,
E dln-
\JtJJ Open Evenings, till 9 P.M.= !: Wednesday Bible Survey \ John 832.

I I .. 'a., ..au.no ... mhz\ area and classrooms that Class. 9.30: a.m. Sunday ,,
Open 8 a.711.-8 p.m. ".,... ." I I
602 So. EdsfwoodJacksonville can be adjusted
to Size by School Workers _
5 p.m. Sat. Closed Sunday Meeting. 6 -1sT
1150:; L-V.NK' AVK.: I SOUTH :3RR-8I562! having portable -walls The p. m. Prayer :Meeting 7 p. m'l The Oiuiih !II Cud .,.
JacksonvilleSFAVINO building/ will be completelyair Church Choir l I oppoinltd oqentf 'in Hill' woild 'lot ipiuding lh< knoxltdgi ol Kit o. \\; T1fl
Phone Jacksonville 28 .3H1 :MOrOKCYO.ES I conditioned. An practice 8 lot man and ol Hn dimond lie man,to ttipond to Itiol' 'lo.. by lovnij" tin mijhbof. Without, '

MAChINES( will be out..ldedool' Thursday Visitation, 10 IHn, gioundino. m Hit' I... ol God. .. jonrnm.nl" ., ,.".." ., .soy ol Ml will .loft $
Parrish MotorsSKK HONDA1U0TOItCY the In each room in a m. and 7 pm. I p.i..m,. ond 'Hit hrrdomi: whuh .wi hold 10 d..., will, mtvitoblf' l ptrnh Inirtfiirl, ....|. : .

ISIXGF.R"T.' ZIGZAG: building altho the cir Friday Primary Choirpractlcl' .Iron. o lelfllh po.nl. ol new. Mil ,,,"uld uiooort 'Hit (hunh lot Hit wit ol p Hit. wtlloriol ',, .
C LES Like New in 4 Dr. Cabin' main\ rntrun: : ay and will be the 3.30: p.m. I himill, ond hi lomily. '.,.nd Ihol. ..,...,. amy ptrtoo "liiould' uphold ond fatlt #
passage ALL :MODiLSMerchant.s : : I man I dtalh ln4 dtilm, !C.
SKK\: ICG .L Sold New over $300 way. The exterior will be FIRST 'IITIIOIHST ; ,; t'\.
trvllt? whKll oloni .wil'' itl i hmi I lift ,to I livl, of 0 child ol, Cod. ,,-
P.UITS ; Green Stimp" 1UI. $7! or $5.00 Per Mimib brick. and the floors will be CHURCH, STAHKK: I r .. ,
Open SAM: to 7 P.M.lfonclayF1iday tara//o and vinal tile. There Sunday Church S'hoOl,1 ___ > Ad. So.

32 Yearn As A Dealer Ideal Sewing Center will be no kitchen In the new 9:43: a. m.1'ornln! Woishlp, !
AlWIC building:! alt'Ti' the room des 11 a. m. Snack Supper for
Eli Laura St. J.u, 'U *m\lle! Saturd-iv, and WednesdayfLOSKO ALL MAKESNew ignated for the MYP, 6 1
dining area. p. m. MYF :MeetlnRs.: These Religious Are
Messages Made
Phone 3G6-t>05lCAMPERS : : : SUNDAY' and Used Machine will have the plumbing 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship ''I Possible By The Following Sponsors

MOTORS!'! A CA CLLS 848 Cassat Ave. roughed: In so, if needed! a 7:30. !
., kitchen can be Installed Monday Circle 2 meetsat STARKE BUILDERS
49-19! Blandlnz Blvd Jacksonville' 380-5071 ; UNDERWOOD Lawson Meat Market
Jacksonville, 77l.Ii'l11 I I without much trouble. Supt. home of Mrs. W. H. Noll-

Cribb Campers TRACK SERVICE Ca.scv stated! that satellite man 3 p. m. Girl Scouts: SUPPLIES, Inc. Restaurant & Motel AND COLD STORAGE
feeding will be rxpcrimened meet In Fellowship Hall 'eoa'UMnI' Ar hardware

Del-Rey Castpcrs :MUSIC I I RAY'S with In the hopes/ of saving a 3:15. Methodist Men's Club Compl..tto Paint !Supplies Sporlrtl Rntm To Commercial pf'1>f'1e'e Specialize In Omtom SiaegImt'-
-. Convertible substantial amount of moneyon meets In Fellowship Hall.' and Sporting finml New Frw TV-Air Conditioned big. Cutttnr *
Skamper : WrspptBgwPrepared -
labor costs Construction 7:30:
\Vanhlngton St. 964-4301
Shasta Trailers Paulus Music Co. II bids were oper.ed on the 13 Tuesday Circle 4 mets North SOl Ph. D047084Rosier For Deep FrvenPDONTK

TriuloM-Ibiok J"inandnc I Track Press Service of December, but have been at home of Mrs. Vernon I

MOB Sail Joan Ave. Bind: & string Instruments: Weldlnc postponed till Doc 20. Smucker. 10 a. m. Circle 5'' Bradford Abstract Co. 964-821

Jacksonville 388-9348 Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers STORK SHOWER: meets with Mrs. Big Blown Monument Co. -

School Supplies-Instruction Used Bulldozers & Crawler Mrs. Roy Carroll\ was the 10 a, m Wesleyan Service 1 158 W. CALL STREETPh.

ELECTRIC; RIOTOUS Roberta Recorders honoree ',f n lovely stork Guild meets In r.
Fellowship Monument:
"We'll Keep 'em RoUlna" 964-6881 Starke, Fla.! For Every Need ,,'" ''f."Ir P\
Mnvtc LibtiryKxp! shower Thursday nlht at Hall with Mrs. Nelson Green '
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Peavy Brothers Repair Del".rtment 7587 \\'. Beaver the Brooker Community and Mrs. J. R. Hixon a. hostesses Ali Mausoleums
Center Oames were played 7:30.Wednesday: Edwards Grocery & OF STARKE, INC.
Electric Co. i
111V.I .
IV.. Monroe St. M.wUnn" Xiarlta
Jacksonville( 388-4831: and winners of the !games.\ circle I'I
Jacksonville 355-8147 Mkt. pb. 869..12111 ; hemS 782SA6ADeWITT U.S. 301 NORTH
ELECTRIC MoTORSidServ1cedRepatred! Mrs Alice Thomas and Mrs. meets at home of Mrs. George -
3310 Bi>noh, KK'<1.
| Jacksonville 308-3091\) WESTERN STORE Elaine Starling, were awarded Hugglns. Ham. Circle 3 Grocerie?-Meats.-.Fe di Ph. 969-3801 Starke Fla.!
StartersAlterations clothes sprinklers. Mrs. meets at home of Mrs. Jack
Generators- Gas & Oil C. JONES -
Cnrroll\ received manY lovely Eaves. 10 a. m. Pilmary. \
Armature Uwlndlaj LITTLE DUDE and useful gifts\\ Refreshments Junior and Youth Choir Ph. 964-2182 Starke. Fla.Roy's FUNERAL; ; : HOMES
MUSICInstrumentsMARVIN; Charley E. John "
4044 Lenox Ave. were served to the 25 practice. 3.13.: :) Prayer Meet-
Western Store Ing. 7pm. TV Service Starke Ph. 961-2600
Jacksonville 387-2528 people attending by the hos-, AgencyCALL

KAY'S tes>es Mrs. Eby Jones Mrs.Mal'Y Thursday Cub Scout Keystone'
Music CenterFender Where You'll Find Every Den 4 meets In Fellowship ROY FOR PROMPTSERVICE Heights 1S1 S. Walnut Ph. 994-':201!
Sue Willingham. Mrs.
thing For the Hot"9t1Enthwlast" Hall, 3:15.: Chancel Choir rehearsal Ph. 473-3176 OF ER.'L INStTRANClB
FLOOR COVERING Earl Crawford: and Mrs. J. L. ;
7:30: 920 Thomas St.. Starke
p. m.
Nobody nnt
Grata oh & Vox) GuitarsKing Nobody ITadcrMltoCharley
Looking for Hatten, and Selmer Western Clothing -Leatherroods. Crawford. Phone 9618081BRADFORD E. John Agency \
Band Instruments
better carpettti34 Ludwig, Slingerland Rogers ( Saddles and Trailers Mr and Mrs. Russell rumen MOTEL Sinclair Refining Co. I

witdYf Drums Charles & Sharon Petty Green and family and :Mr.: Sunday Sunday School. W. L. Thomas' Distributor. Hurst Shell ServiceCARL
J 9:43: a, m Morning Worship
.ccJnta-:: Rental<* & Rpprln: on ALL Ave. and FXmell and A SUPERIOR: MOTELAmerica's
: 90! So. Kdgenood Mrs. David : II a. m. Youth Choir practice (l.Mf.INESKEROSENE:
400 MAIN: ST. Most HospitableAir l\fntej,. HURST
family attended the Thomas 4:45 Fuel<< oil and : : Training Union.
tfOQAHI.' / ".. Jacksonville 333-0935 r-kloOn\'lUe, 38-VitO$ Conditional Free TV 60S !'4. U'almrt. .
family reunion at the reslliienui 6:1: WMU Prayer Service mad Coffee Ph. M4-sa 4tnrke Hwjr. 301 & 100 Ph. 961-6111 I

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[Bayless Hiway } i J..,.. 'pVrE ; = w ,, 'as< 1-' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVID! -PRICES GOOD THRU DEB W
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C.'I f ? Jr x) r,ji l lrn- ,.. r/NN.1111e, TOftM "c.e.vAI.NT1es "- .
ks i W-D BRAND J.

4 Ground I! . .
Mr. and Mrs. O. E, Crosby Beef i '\' : :
and Mrs. J. L. Johns were r \ \ 1e \ \
shopping in Gainesville Saturday ". This week ,. ..\, A. 1 1. 1*:. ;:.:
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home Pvt. to J. his H. friends.Waters His Is sister at- :,:. $199 :.;! ; \ 'S:.': .'."r. { I 1 DN\\' .:..'...":....,,\w.a t.,.\"''...;'.:

Mrs.!: and Loyd brother-in-law Padgett, Mr,and :tIr r 5 P G. t\;\ GET YOUR' 11i:! : t. \' I '; : N tt :* } )1:...
> ",d ;;.\' %{i .. .".:.. ,><\
Miss Annette Faduett .
daughter. >, ," ', BONE WHITE'S; ", : : : : ,.\':H..,:,", ....::.'t' )'f.:..%,:.:.\.
were visltlnj him and r. __ ___._ .__uuuu,. :. : : :. :'f : : ; :;
'f'fo' l : .: .. :\\,': ;. .;. ;; ;*. {\ ,
Mis Leslie eaters Sunday ,... : w..Y > ; : : : lliIE \
aftemoon .' '.," :., : ""'A : Plate / : \o., .t t. \ \1 t \ ;,i;:'fi.j},: ;\! !:: i".::' ..".:::
Mr. and Mrs Vernon Tay- I' : I I .dye,,GREEN. .STAMPS I WA" Dinner i .'. .: .* i f ; $;f ':fj *{: : '::\ *::
lor of Jacksonville and Mr. lllaSir.. dPUue'To-GaN: fa"", Goo .-us.1; t { .E"atl -. plus i "u : i M\;\ \: '. .. :.:' f..t 'fi.' I\ \':.".";:\:/#:. \\f\$; :\: : .:'_**: ':. .:.
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and Mrs. Charles Newmansand : J4M Gu. t> Beer*xa' : Each week a piece of Shef ..,., :. \: ::, .. '\. .: ..\ .. .: ft:...\:' .:.
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children! of Gainesville 1:1;.'. I i '\'I.lllq.: :'" .....:\1-.H'f. :: '' :8;: :. ::':,:,,;::\ :\::\;\'::
OOO THRU DKC 1O. 1 field Dinnerware will be ; : +&\ : \\\ r: \\':t.i"'S'f.' ; \ \\\;:;i'i:\:sssss.1featured ,,:; \:;
Lois were Newmans visitingMr Sunday.and Mrs I 11'' :,""' ).1.... :: [ ".-W.NN.OI.' .: for just 9t*!. For :i\\\\\1, \\\". .\ \ ,,:,\'/ YR \" ": ..k \ '\}.\..,""w.*:H i'.\,:',,:'. '{:'i ire ::
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Mr and Mrs. Kenneth each grocery pur'i': : \\ : : ',,\\.;.t"1,; i ;;;'*\\\:\.:I'I:, s1'\\l.';;!!,...i;....:':; \*:':
$5you '; ,:" : \ : "
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Padgett of Brandon were chases are entitled to ':: \ \ : \.li:.\: :i.I i.\\ \'& \
weekend guests of his parents I 14-or. CRACKIN' GOOD CHILI & CRACKIN' GOOD TWIN PK Plus SO fn. Stomps at this low price. \ \. \. \' ..,.\ :;} .. il ''\'\ \ \..I1i
piece \
one :,x..:\ \" \" \ \: ; \ \\ "

gett Mr., Mr.and and Mil.Mis Danny Loyd:!Joinerof Pad- Soup Crackers I 29? Potato Chips 59* There's$1 Q purchase no limit.you. .can with get a 1 ::\'\..\NN\.. .\\"W\;;lr\:;..;.:,{ .\\:;J}.*1\i:{i*'s;:\\\; ;*{.:1"\\\\:1 t*,,..; ; : .11\t : \l;

Mlcanopy spent the weekend two and so on. on y '\ \t } l'y.
12's CRACKIN' GOOD Banana, Angel Food P :: : t. \ _
with his brother and sls- Coconut, Choc D.v Food II-ox. CRACKIN' GOOD Plus 25 Fre StompCorn {\ %\"'' .: l.: \ .. .

Billy ter-in-law Joiner. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Pies 3/1./ (h- 49; with every $5 purchase >:>' \{\-; ".\\.\\,\.,,\t" \ <:; : .., ; "

were Mr guests and Mis of their C. C. son-in-Crosby IpS. -

law and daughter. .Mr andMrs. 9oz. CRACKIN GOOD TIGERS AS5T. BON BONS $ oV4-o. CRACKIN' GOOD Plus. 25 Fr.. Stamps "" -
Otis Crawford of Pa- -.' '> t, .

l tka.Rev. and Mrs Dave Medc* Bon Bons 33 Cheese Curls 39,: "Wl. :,,\r.' -';

Iras and daughters were call-

ed of to the Peiiy deatn Monday of Mrs.because Music:: Beg. 4\t" \ l9-o PIlLSBURY **w., VDci. 0.... Hoc, Reg. 59 .Qrt. DEEP SOUTH '. q. w**' &Am.tm? B OWN **vi
Choc, Fudqe, lemon
the We family.Mr.extend. out sympathy to cake Mixes 3/$1./ Twin Rolls 2/49'/ :

and Mrs C. C. Crosby MAYONNAISE 49'
were guests 01 Mi and Mrs. Pk PECAN Plus 25 F... Stomps
Randolph Crosby In Maxville 20oz. THRIFTY. MAID. 0
Wednesday Tom. Cinnamon Rolls39xReq
Catsup 41./
Sunday guests! of Mr. and Reg. 79* 1-fb. REG., DRIP fiNE-limit 1 With $5.00 Order
Mrs. C. C. Crosby were Mr.' DIXIE DARLING FRESH
and Mrs. Life Flake and son 45t 2's KLEENEX-Regular *
and Oala. Ray: and Lisa Butler I, orange Cake 59
of Jacksonville. Mr. and I Paper Towels 3f1./ ASTOR COFFEE S9

Mrs Jack Crawford Donna g 2/25* No. 300 Coo THRIFTY MAID
No 303 Can THRIFTY MAID Regular 2/35
Dale and camela Johnny I
Crawford of Lake Butler, and $ Pork & Beans 10t
Mr and Mis Otis Crawford' Apple Sauce Of I. Reg 591C. IANT WHITE OR BLUE-limit one of your choice with $5.00 Order
of Palatka I I IUg l/23 THRIFTY MAIDTomato '
We extend our sympathy to No. 245 Con THRIFTY MAID' SLICED OR HALVES
the family of Bill Sapp who Arrow DETERGENT 49 Soup 10
passed away last Thursoa:! Peaches' 41./ I u
Many of our folks attendedthe "Keg 229QYio\ *. THRIFTY MAID NOODLE
funeral Sunday. Req. /$ 46-oi Con HAWAIIAN ALL FLAVORS
Mr and :Mis Haidee of, Chicken Soup 10
4$1.Reg 78t1..GIANT70FF
Ocala and :Mis. J. F. Mishoeof Punch /
Loris. S. C. were recent MY T FINEPudding
Req. 4/45
I guests of the' C. C. Ciosbys No 303 Con BLUE LAKE CUT ;

Kenneth Mrs.Mr R.Williams Williams B. Crosby in were and a Mae-uslt1ns :Mrs-! H'FTYB.;: 6/l/ Bold DETERGENT I I 69 4/36/

clenny hospital Monday. No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID 3 Sv a Reg 13,* 2-Pk ARROW BATH

I Peas. 7i.Reg.. 2/25< 10VS-o*. THRIFTY MAID Bath Tissue f9
Large / <

The final SFNIORCITIZENS\ Senior Citizens I ALL Baby STRAINED BEECHNUT Food 12/1/ VEGETABLE SOUP 10 MallowsR I' '; 2/49x/ ,

Club meeting of the year will
be held Tuesday night Dec. 4-tb. Cow tVVUTl PREMIUM 0. CHOICE WO 9Kf IX o-.RW

held 13.Our early Christmas In!: December Party so Is Canned Ham RIB ROAST. 88 ,

members will be free to do 2" .u
their shopping.\ write cards.
and entertain relatives and
frIends during this greatest I I STEW MEAT 78CR
and most wonderful festive I _

season.sented The to state the of club officers on Nov pre- Sliced '

22 was eleci'd bv the (treat Bacon. $119 1

.majority write-in vote of members.was cast One for I cHiiu BEEFSTEAK LB.LB.. 58

Dorothy Kerri?an. .
We were very pleased to I BOSTON BUTT W S. BEEF

our greet Countlans 1967.last'and Mrs will meetin hope of Join Cleone more 50 and with Dowlinpt years Bradford we us upward expect at In-- I I' Pk Roast Lb 49 tl. L Bq: BEEF K ROAST 48 !

The cvenlnir celebrated'; | '

ThanksRlvlnff and was hlgh- PLATE STEW. LB. 28Baking (
]liBhtod by a poem The First! !
Thanksalvin. recited by Y. E..Ho.I RU51eT I6b/ bap 39d
"Irs. Mary Allen. I Roost, Round, Brisket or English Cut or
Alex Morton :and Joe Ker-'I

rigan were restaurants asst'med and to brIng contact -!( Potatoes? ROUND STEAK IB. 88

back a report as to the best .
possibilities and 'arrange-j SWEET. JUICY LARGE FRESH HEADS o 5 CHOICE w-o BBRAND BEEF CLUB on

Tents and. installation for our annual of dinner' 49 Lettuce 2 39
A was hearty enjoyed Tliaksizlvinst by myself dinner I I : ,. SIRLOIN STEAK LB. 98

and Alex Morton :

Bowden.charming 83.company end Betty of Paton.Janet(I I Gr'fruit 5 I LhG 39; Apples 2 us. 391 J.N>. TAANOW I Lb. All Beef WD HrundLI8BY
78. A little tear moistened
eye. as It was also farewellto U S. No. I YELLOW 1-te. bog JSc FRESH FIRM HEADS .Bologna59 I Sausage 49
Betty was .
returning!: to New Jersey to LB
live with her daughter. Onions i 5 BAG 49? Cabbage u. 101.Ilb.. Hot or Mid COPELAND BAG '4-oi. Cup PALMETTO FARM PIMENTO

Catherine.Remember all members Sausage 59x .Cheese 69
guests and visitors who attend Pfcg Pkg .
our Christmas Party -ASTOR Honey Buns 290 Chocolate Cake 690
should bring; a Rift of not 21b Pkg FROZEN COOK QUIK Sov. 10,

less Color than movies$1 value will be taken ASTOR Green FORDHOOK Peas OR MORTON Macaroni FAMILY i SIZE& cheese 39f Pkg Berry MORTON Muffins BLUE 39 FRENCH FRIES . 3/1. Breaded Veal Steaks 89

and shown. by our new president Baby Limas .. .. .. ..____. __. .. .. ..,..
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mas Carols and other enter- ASTOR CHOPPED OR SPEARS OF : r : ------ :
tainment will fill out the FROZENSTRAWBERRIES EXTRA, .: { ; EXTRA ; rEXTRA I I EXTRA ;
evening and Santa Claus will I Broccoli I 1i! CRKN.SJAMPS : I : : t d7(..GREEN.! STAMPS : II d'K GREEN STAMPS' : d7( GREEN... ...STAMPS,... !
/ *oN.i:;. :. 1 111' .
be Io ONPN.. .
there and give a token ASTOR CREAM CORN OR :1EX.YRA.: 'xa. [ 1 1 ANr, a.Eo. 24OMe .
gift to + W 0 CHOPPBOSirloin j \ ( ; 14-il .ea' ";:R.CRiN oeao : J OZ AtTOft ;

We are everyone.ending a very successful I I Cut Corn 3 I$1 // 11'--u aooa THRU Steaks DSC 10 :I.. I,,"' .......W.fl TH"U 00. 10 ,1 "'d"" eooD Cookies'HRU DO" 10 I l.u i -, aooo Black THRU Pepper o.c. 10 .:
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'and offer a vote j .T 1.0CAI.WIMN. .Ollll.. : .. iRn. w.",m... .r wiNN.. :" .r LOCAI WINM. OlM ... /
year ;
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its Dept.. staff and the the(good Recreation people of .i EXTRA : EXTRA : XTRA. ; EXTRA ;: I I EX.YRA, ;: EXTRA I
Bradford County Senior : I dM. ,.GREEN-'. ." STAMPS : I d7(..GREEN. _STAMPS : I dx GREEN. _STAMPS:. : t dN!. GREEN STAMPS : dK GREEN... .STAMPS : I GREEN_ .STAMPS :
Citizens wish all and every-i 5 1 *as O..t.OE. ..... 1 ,a. j 'tt.raum ot. eftLBMN ".. II I ,... I ...0. ... .... 1 #31 I
J I D"..OU' 1 ." ON. ato CT J'-21 PAI4NI TrM I J4., AMY NOOM 01 I tl two [ w D .N. : TWi" WHOL O" euT.u. 1
a one a Merry Christmas and| 5l0.o I : '1 Sandwich Spread : .,". Arrow Napkins I. .f) Mushrooms PCS.aooo : ..,, Mop : 'JJ. Io Cube Steaks. Frying ..Chickens .:
healthy and Happy New 4.10: toAT I ..oo THIVU ate 10 .1.1. THRU pie 10 I aooo rMNU Die IOJ I OOO THRU O C tO I e")oH U ote 10.
aoa THRU ate .. .. .... ..
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Year.Joe Kerrigan I f_._.........._._.__...__..:...__..._._._.._..____.._....__._.__.___.___.________._.....___._._...._____._.____._______.__..__._.___... .--.-----....MgiCRSDAY

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1 town Baptist Church near meon Phillips on the birth ofa and Mrs. Vernon Forsyth in visiting Mrs. afternoon for their Lottie tlon JackHonvllle. FlorIda uorenHfuI bidder. will execute which It I III In buslnena In the
'I and furnish to the
Lake Butler. son last week In the Ed Gainesville Eunday.: ent's Mr. and Mrs. Moon prayer service and t. (liilneovllle. Plan RoomQulneavUle. .' Board of Public Inntruc- City That of the Starke.party Florida.Interested In
MAXVILLE Bob Carter underwent surgery Fraser Hospital at Macclenny. Mr. and:! Mrs. Roy Morgan. Raulerson on Sunday. Christmas offering for Foreign .. Florida tlon of Bradford County aid buslnens enterprise. In .asfollOWH
.. JJuytonu. neurh Plan Florida, bond, lUHued b '
Monday of this week at Paternal grandmother is were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. Mrs. Bertie Missions. The WMU ladies Room., Daytona Bunch, the Surety Company lie-> :
the Baptist Memorial Hos Mrs. Debbie Phillips. a former W. Johnson this weekend. Mrs. Curtis Colding of are meeting each mornIng Florida enHed to do bllHlneMH ll. BIQ-PAD MANl'FACTVR -
By 1\1.... A. C. Suds I, resident uf Maxville and Roy has Just returned from City were visiting Mrs. at 10 this week to have' HI.\\ AM IIKMK.tTt>' :st'i.eui.'Ic.trIo'1'liOI : Florida" and HtatCB listed. .TrealiurPiepartment by t.heCnlteil ,> NO CO IP.IY., INC": .. a 0"-"
Phone 2894491AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA<< pital.Marston Walls Is confined school teacher of the Max- I Viet Nam and will be stationed Redding on Monday. their week of prayer for For- A. Ueneral. Itnntractora. : an acceptable' p.nation.it. rke. Florida.
BIRTHDAY PARTY Upon rfqtlPHt' and receipt. for lUO'l,, of the ,',,ntt,", I Ili7| At 12 iiflSTOP :,
to the Park Memol'lalHospital ville Elementary School. in Kentucky.Mr. eign Missions.
of lOll(!() 00 1"1".1'| .nf Ui'llot price, within ten ((10)) dnjri-
from injuries sustained and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins Mrs. H. W. Bennett PERSONALSMrs. oi ,pinna., und ttueulflcatlofiH after behiK! awanlcd ti.), ;
BABY GIRL, In an accident Friday. v'vyvyvv'.yyyyyyyyy.HAMPTON. I and Mrs. Eve Menefee party for her daughter Trudy Norton of I fin" ...., 11 priijt11 I contract Hnld bond .gtlarantenlng 'f ?
will I be for"'d,1 i MX the perform.in.<
Mr. and Mrs. John Waters Mrs. Harley Thomas and were visiting; Mr. and Mrs. on her fourth Jacksonville spent Wednes- l>r..MH S,,llut. Uenurul payment of aald bond t.
announce tho arrival of a Jack Lucas spent Friday to George Williams and Mrs.H. niversary Saturday day to Saturday as guest of eral I ('tin" ..II'a..tsyrii. t\\'o 1 c!. be paid by the C.vntnutorNo @@ tW /
I'onliactoiH I I nr rniiueHted bidder may withdraw ;
baby girl. Tina Louise born Sunday at Ft. Benning. Oa B. Wiggins last Sunday.LAWTEY noon. The party was the E. M. NOl.tons.Mrs. to ,return the plan bin bid for a period, I
Friday. December 2 at St.I with Mrs. Thomas husband By Mr. Mary William the lawn. The party Lloyd Macy and children mull an amm as 'poHHiblelifter thirty (30)) days after the -
receipt of t Ida to dale' set for. opening then ,
Vincent's Maternal .. AA was covered with through DRAFTS
Hospital. Harley Thomas. .A A. a spent Friday Art'hlti'ct'a office for fill I
grandparents are Mr. and Marian G'-iffls of Jackson- 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4CHURCH birthday cover and Sunday In Jacksonville as refund.H. of.The contractor will b, required C TRANSPARENT I

Mrs Franklin Bell and paternal ville visited Saturday night NEWS \ with the cake bearing l guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. .doris Hiib-ContractoiH, Kti.. ,: For. pIn, it a Ven-am it! project. to within complete, the tlm.Maid .--47t1 t:1r..JiJ. PLASTIC ,
grandmother is 1\.lrs.1\ with Mr. and Mrs. Avory The November meeting of candles. The Duggar.Mr. Hpe.clflcatloflH, I tn su I'ofl. net forth, In hi. bid. .
Dorothy 'Waters Mrs. Waters' Slade and family. the Woman's Council met at dren enloyed : and Mrs. Mark Moore tractorM' vcndnm, etc.. The successful bidder., Hand .. .
( EnLa HIaust'hard the d..lt will the Slxt) specif U'atloiis b) e
and new baby are expected I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hlgglnbotham the Christian Church with a iy chasing balloons and two children of Gaines- 1 DollarH (tuo.oii( piua :8 i, any will be notlflen
to return home the last of;I .)f Lawtey were work day to clean up the AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaLawtey yard. Ice cream ville were Sunday supper HuleM. tax. If the plane within five ((5)) davs afti, i
u"dIt"'II.'a" |I '' are. "returned the hid In accepted; Th.
this week. I Saturday night supper guests Church and a covered dish Junior High PTA fruit juice guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold In tfoiid condition, Board of t'ublic I liiHtru>-
The Maxiille Quartet participated I of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hlg- luncheon.Mrs. will meet In the school cafe- lollipops and : Davis. within I'lM- (Ci: ) <|HVH uftfireceipt tlon I of Bradford Count I \
In (he singing held', ginbotham and grandchil Guilford Weeks of torium on Thursday evening. were served by the Mr. and Mra. O W Brown Mill of I be bldn Thirty the I DIM refund .- right Florida.to reject rexerteB any and th al,
Saturday night at the Johns- dren. Canal Point was a recent Nov. 15 at 7::30. The school CARD OF THANKS spent the weekend in Man- lura ('.10.001) ) |1,1 tIN taxIjepodtt bids, and to waive airInformalities ,
I I Sunday dinner guests of visitor to the Christian will present a Christmas pro- We wish to darin as guests of Mrs. Margaret made I payable cl'.ecka to vIta I tint II Ar l I.* TUB HOt Itt)I I OF, PLTU.HIN:'
Mr and Mrs. Avory Slade Church. gram and refreshments will sincere thanks: to the Ann Peeler and family.Mr. chile,'t. STKL'CTION: OH" BIt.\P
I and family were Marian Bro. Carl Clark was called I be served. Cakes cookies and friends who were and !Mrs.! Ray Miller C.ate Separate, slieetH' SheetH for, druuiiiK': Sepur-' IDA.FORD COCOT10'1.011:

Griffis of Jacksonville and last Sunday for another year. candy will be'! sold and pro- help and comfort were Sunday dinner guestsof or pare of epn..I ", ntlom, Thomas. 1,. Casey. Jr.
Mrs. Joseph Lucas and STORK SHOWER ceeds added to the school loss of our loved the F. J. Saunders of may. be puichiiHeH from. Muperlntendvnt.
the Architect. .8. follrwino lI-'!f :It >U.to'I'ICJo -)>
daughter. Gayla. Mrs. Edle Ingenlath Boat- I project fund. Don't forget to J. E. Norman. We Penney Farms t refunds):
Mrs. James Waters and wright was honored with a come. for friends like" yoU. Mrs. Maxie Carter. Sr. vis- Urawlnio $1 1 00 per
I sheet, plus 3% tax.Hpeclflcatlonn .\ ] OF I"'1'KriOIX,
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Hh gln- stork shower on Dec. 1 at Rev. James Walker pastorof ited Mrs. Richard West In I.H' HhiilHTKit: PH TITIOL1Notlte IV
botham of Lawtey and Mrs. the Hamptlon Baptist Highland Baptist! Churchcan Jacksonville\ Monday. per pave plus ::1 i% tax : Is hereby given that
Bufford Hlsginhotharn were Church. There was 20 guests be heard on Radio on Richard Macheda: of Jacksonville Note: All requests for. plans iieparateBheeta andperlfluiitlonx. the undersigned pursuant tothe '

shopping in Jacksonville present and games were Sunday at 1 ::30 p. m. Station \ visited the E. M. of drawIngs. or Chapter" 'Il.'ltlllll.Iume No. :20-t.i.l Laws Statute of,
Thursday nl ht. played. Gloria Rhoden. Effle WZOK. Jacsonvllle! : 1320 on CLAY Norton family Wednesday paicea. he of made spe.'lrli'ittloflh'shall through. \ tit. Florida !1'Ml!) an amended by can'', EASY TO INSTALL
Mrs. O. J. Rafuse returned Boatwright i-nd Mrs. P. L. your dial.CHURCH. evening office of the An, ..bite.. < t. Chapter, No.: 2H7UO, L-llWH ofFlorida Inside or Outside
Charley home last week after being the Mri. NOTICE I 1051.! 1 being He. 111 tOt COI'I'pele-72"' 36* Plastic Sheet
Estes received prizes for ACTIVITIES By Howard Mrs. J. M. Bradley visited wll.reglHtel .
1' "l'h bid Hhall,, be. a.. >'om- 8ir! :: (III', Florida StatllteH'
confined to the Duval Med games. Cake and punch were I Grace Methodist Sunday: FboiM 2S9-41U! Mr.\ and Mrs. G. L. Cox and periled. bv a ,.....hi.'o, "' with the Clerk of til with molding and nails.
ical Center for several days. served to the guests. The School 9:45: u. m., Worship 11 Mr. and Mr". J. D. T-adley check! or bid bond, In tin I circuit Court. In and for Bradford ., tt.rdw. .r. al. mh....'f.,.
of 44 ....& amount" of 6'%? of the bid County., Florida. upon receipt ."...wh.r.
Vincents'Hospttnl weekend
Patients in St. hostesses the ladles of. Orlando for the
were a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. Prayer payable to the Hun,,,I'd "I i iHubllc of proof of publication of
Johns thiweelc are J. the WMU and were assistedin Circle Monday. 9 a. m.. Jun- Rev. James Grlffls and attended the' wedding of I InHtriH,, tlon I m, his notice, the flctltioupname. I A..,,,., ",'_IIb' Hault
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Florida .....
Marlin Coleman. a former serving bv the YWA's. ior MYF Wednesday 6 p. m. tey brought the her granddaughter Jean Bradford a* evidence County of K"Od faith ., to-wlt: c.....!.M4II WBt-T"_, 'NM'&..,.-.124'
resident of here and Percy PERSONALS followed by choir practiceand morning message at Bradley to Edward' Rowin. and I Kiiarunteelna-. tin, AIITJ.I.j; j SAL-KH. tinder -

Wainwright. Everyone wishes Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Pierce I I senior MY?. Hill Baptist Church. I Miss Nancy Gay of Starkewas -------
them a speedy recovery. were recent visitors of Mr.\ First Baptist Sunday Orlffis has just Sunday overnight guest
about this question: Mrs. F. B. Coleman spent and Mrs. Oavan Smith in School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 start out foe the of Mlses Judy and Patti

the weekend In Jacksonville Live Oak. a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Train- father mother and Whitehead. I
"Motorc>ties and golf mobiles with Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Green Ing Union 6:30: p. m.. Mid- came from Lawtey NEW ARRIVALS
can cause personal injuries Elchelsor ani: family. and Mrs. Miry Alice Wal- week services Wednesday him deliver the Ale' and Mrs. Harley R.

and property dam Mr. and Mrs. Vince 'mylor dron and daughter vlisted 7:30: p. m. his In-laws Mr. Hartley are the parents of MONEY
age costing thousands of and family spent the week- Buford Parker at Ft. Benninglast Rev. B. W. Burns broughtthe Buddy Osborne and twin girls. They were born

dollars, just as an auto end in Jacksonville! with Mr. Sunday. message Sunday morning Hellbronn and Mr. Nov. 28 In Bradford County
can. Does the Charley E. and Mrs. Ray Pellum and Friends of William IBilll! and was guest for the day. of James Sweat of Hospital and have been
Johns Agency supply liability family. I Phillips are sorry to hear Mr. and Mrs. Vernon (IDlckl STANLEY PARTY named Sherle Lynn and SheIla -
insurance on motor Attending open house Sun- that he Is St. Vincent's Hospital Starling. Mrs. C. B. Carter Alayne. The Hartley's I For All Your
day afternoo.i for the River- In Jacksonvile. Church Of God: Sunday ed at her home with have one other child. Roger
cycles. Rolfmobiles" and mead Flower Shop in Orange I Mrs. Foster Hayes Mrs. L. School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 ley party last Lee two years old. Maternal I
other vehicles? Park were Mr. and Mrs. Dan L. Melton and Mrs. W. H. a. m. and 7:00: p. m., YPE night. Prizes were grandparents are Mr. and .
Hargroves. Miss Minnie Har- Melton were in Gainesvillelast Wednesday 730: p. m. Prayer Mrs. Essie Dean of Mrs. R. L. Smith. with whom CIIistmtlsNeeds
Charley E. Johns groves. T. T.. Manning. Miss Thursday.The services Friday 7:30: p. m. ville and Ilene Mrs. Harlev ord: children are
Virginia Cannon Mlllard: Post Office will be Highland Baptist: Sunday freshments were living while Mr. Hartley Is
. Agency Canady. Mrs. Hollls Jeffers opened all day Saturday Dec. School 9:45: a m., Worship the party. Guests I serving in Viet! Nam. Paternal -

131 S. Walnut St. and Miss Sharon Orlffis. 17. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. Choir were Mrs. Dollie :! grandparen'.a are the late
Congratulations are Jimmy Williams a former practice 8:30: p. m.. Prayer Mrs. Essie Dean of : Thelma Lowe and Kenneth
PHONE 994-0201 ext-I resident. Joined the Air Hartley of .Jacksonville.
tended to Mr. and Mrs. Services Wednesday 7:30: p. ville.
Force and Is stationed at CUB SCOUT
I I Amarillo. Texas. He would m.Friends of James Davidson The Cub EcoUts of

like to hear from his friendshis .will regret to learn that he Is and 5 of Clay Hill Make Town Finance
address is A. B' James I a patient in Bradford Coun-I meeting in the A ClaMUled Ad In the TELEGRAPH .
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Franklin Williams A. F. 128- ty Hospital. Lodge In ] brines reauita.
83462 3332 BMTS Fit. 442 PFC James D. Bradley stationed Tuesday night Your HeadquartersFor
STARKE-PHONE 964-2600 AFB' Amarlllo Texas. at Fort Campbell Ky. Den Mothers Mrs.
.. .
Notice I.
herrby given thatrup
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS RHONE 473-3176 Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kelley has returned after spending Carter and Mrs. | rri-Hvvd 1 Intbq.ButtrO .
of Winter Haven are visiting his leave with his parents kinson. of Public Instruction'
I Mrs. Kel ley's parents Mr. and of Bradford Cojinty, Klorldu.I ; lit For Christmas
Mr. and Mrs.' R. L. Bradley.His Jessie Manning the n-r'U it! the Xuprrlntvmlenl
Rental Services [ Mrs. J. E. Adklns last weekend address !ij PFC James D. from the Gainesville MOnday.'I of Public Instruction of Bradford Heady L* as It Shoppbg
County. P. O. Box
and also' Mr. Kelley'a I
Bradley:! Serial No. 53418629Co. after a serious Illness. Stark. Florida tip to 7":0! P.:M
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS brother. Eustls! Kelley In C. 2nd Bn ABN 501 Inf. Charlie Mosley of (EdT) on the day r>f Dwnnber
Keystone Heights.Mr. Ft. Campbell. Ky. 42203. ville and George 13. 1-66 l Hampton for th.Klementary conntructlon. School of LOANS UP TO $600

CRUTCHES and Mrs. J. W. Home Weekend visitor of the Long Branch were Hampton. Florida.
Sr. were supper'guests of Mr. Bradleys v.ere their son Ran- Mr.' and M'-s. Henry Hrnnkvr" Junior .High Si Brook..r. Klorlilaat
dal of Jacksonville.Mrs. Sunday night. which tlm. bids oh.M riilirnftl <
O. J. Phillips. Mrs. L. We were sorry .and read Rlouii. Any hid.r..I..rt Town finance
aft.T. the nrrlflr, thin
H. HInote ant Mrs. Lois Car- that Mrs.\ Lulls Mae \ .and tint) will not be r..nialrter
ter were IP Macclenny has been a patient f'Ia tin. "'"'' I iritatlonx. and >>n.
tine. dm'intientM, I mav, he examinert .
where they visited Vincent's Hospital !
Thursday : In tlm office of Don It. SlurKan
Miss Debby Phillips and Mr. derwent surger. Ar<'hlti>et, SHI llvvv I IT !
226 N. Call 964-9091
and Mrs. Simeon Phillips have a speedy r orange. : Turk .Florida. .and nfollowH > Temple

who are the proud parentsof Our deepest / 1. F 'V. n.irtue Corpora
a son Johnny Simeon born to Mm. Lillian\
EVERYBODY LOVES Nov. 27 at baptist Memorial Staike. formerly of Cl -I.
Hospital in Jacksonville. in the loss .of her I

Mrs. Ed Durban and Mrs who passedawnv
EleetoleGifts D. A. Jones were visiting:: in I morning in hlr home. :
Jacksonville tfurlne; the week. Mrs. Irene

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Euniceof Lfller Lunar! were in' R enew nouu !I

Graham rpcnt) the weekend vlllc Saturrlnv on' I 'w.. ... .
with his parents Mr. and and shopping./
Mrs. J. H. Eunice and Arthur Mr. and Mrs. I
Melton of Waldo was a Sun- rtsh attended:! the ,
day visitor. Aubiirndale footbill
:Mr. and Mrs. Maines Orif- Starke Friday night. :
I fis and Mr. And Mrs. Virgil Mrs. Winton at the present rate

Orlffis of P.ilatka were Mon Judv of Avon Park
day supper guests of Mrs weekend truest of \
L Nellie Wllkerson and Mrs. Mrs. Winton Parrish. I

Daisy Boch end Lynn. Mrs. Lellar Lang', |
Mrs. Bill Pendarvis and Ham Parrish. Nellie IN TRADE AREA ) !i ), OUTSIDE TRADE AREA '.

Doloris were visiting Mrs. Mrs. Winton I .
P1. ''t James Menshew in lake Judv attended the I :1 YEAR . C CS 3.50 1 YEAR . . 4.00 xC
'L :
Butler Saturday. of Mrs. Parrlsh's '
//uII I HI ? Gerald! Oriffis who is stationed PatricIa to Bobby MONTHS . .. 2.00 2,- L 6 MONTHS . . 2.25
at Otis Airforce Base. Starke.
: ,, Mass. has returned after Buddy Wllk5n: .on

spending his leave with his ed the funeral at ..
--I parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Branch of William
New This Rate Until Jan-
Orlffls. Recent visitors of attending were Mr. or Subscriptions Accepted at

FREE! 32PAGE.BOOKLETIt's the Oriffis family were MrsOrlffis' Louie Carter.
pack.d with everything from sister. Mrs. Marvin Mrs. Thelma
coGkS recipes h'dey decorating
Idtai for yc ,r home Get your ; Thompson. Mrs. Pet Wilkinson and daughter uary 1 1967.
Iree cgpy jt oturCo.i electricappltao'e and Mr. end Mrs. J. E. Green Cove 8T>rlns ,
Kelly all of Jacksonville.; Mr. and Mrs. Hardy

i: .. Wonderfbl/ elertrte/ tpplianree .ujr Mr. and Mrs J. W. Thomas Sunday afternoon.
%, MERRY CHRISTMAS M many delightful way. of Live Oak spent Sunday :'
They.,.1JIDdom.lueful, .nd lonf-l. tinf. Giuy aelertion'; with her parents Mr. and -V Vy Vyvy. .TTT EFFECTIVE -.
:no aizn pattern or color problem. SomttMng ,,,1.. at any p.,.... Mrs. W. F. Moore. .

CUp the bandy HELP-LIST below and visit your favorite elertrloappliance I Miss Gertrude Cruce ot Kingslev! ) .
.tor. Gainesville wa3 a weekend
visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mrs. B. M. JANUARY 1 1967
-.-- tlANDY aONI.STO" III" LIST Fait FUMILUS ElECTRIC SIVINS Cruce and family. ,

F Bed Coverings Doell Fat,;Y., Sh.veco Visiting\ Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Phase 5332081.AAAAAAAAAAAAA .
(BI.nkets/Shoots/ Floor Polo.h., Shoe Polishat'Blond. the weekend were
., Food!IIh., Skilletssonic Duck their daughter over Mrs. Edward SUBSCRIPTION RATES WILL BEIN
Warmef,, Fry Pana Sleam IronS CHURCH
Nolan and baby of Jackson-
Broiler I4aDr.q" Toaster' Kingsley Lake
Can Openef" a Heatira P.d Tooth Bnvih.5
Carving Knfe, a Hdgs Turm r Walt!.Baker ville.Mrs.. B. L. Wllklson and Sunday School :
\ Casseroles a Ie.Cream Frzw Warming, Ta" granddaughter Sherrl Napier Morning Worship 11 TRADE AREA OUTSIDE TRADE AREA
Clocks S Juice[....eter and 10'fl1.t very Training Union. 6:15:
Coflee!Make Knife, Sh.pene sPIClI' 'Sitt, spent the weekend with Evening Worship. :
S CornPoppsv"' Lamps (portable) ..lU.L.fLECTRIC KITCHE' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilkisonand Midweek Prayer 1 lYear--- 4.00 lYear 1 $$4.50
Lawn. MowerS family Ir. Orlando. Wed. 7:30: p. m. -
M./V'b..l./ Debbie Napier attended the
tice, 8:30 p. m. Rev.
Meat PowtrToolI GrInderS picnic of the Church cf God don. pastor. Come I 6Months---------2.25 6Months--------2.50

Red'D/TV/HI.' / / at Gold Head Branch Park worship together.
S Ro.'I... on Sunday.Mr. Beulah Baptist I
S.ndw'ch' Gill and Mrs. Bill Wilson School. 10 a. in, b \,
and daughters Debra of MIami Worship. 11 a. m.
1 spent the weekend with Union. 8:30: p. m. '
her mother Mrs. Beula Nor- Worship. 7:30: p. m.
man and h'lr' sisters Mrs. Prayer Service Wed. : : Bradford County TelegraplfPACE
Jerry R.ndez of Raiford m. Rev. R. L. Taggart
l L FLORIDA I POWER & .1.1 6 H T,: 'COMPANY Mrs. Ed Roberts of Starke. Everyone welcome.

HELPING BUH.O ftOfttDA Mr and Mrs. John Brow- The Klngsley Lake

.::: ":' _'_ _." '::" arcS of J Jacksonville were met at the church !! III

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Keys tone-Melrose I Indians Win 5826In I I I Fox Donohoe i -

"r KEYSTONE Legion To Host Engineer's Plan May Protect I'I'J '

: HIGHLIGHTS Ladies Keystone-Night:'

Legion Post 202 will entertain Keystone Indiana madean aged to pick up a little steam ;

V By Mary Schaeffer with a dinner and auspicious start In their In the second Quarter and Less than & third of Keystone I Two steps toward controlling Into the Putnam Hall prairie
high water in the Put- has filled the
up Yfoal'Sand
social get-together at the 1966-67 basketball season the
Phone 473-4127 score at halftime was r
Heights' registered voters -
nam Hall prairie that might, is not Consequently
flowing -
here defeating 1
Camp Blanking! Enlisted Tuesday night by 21-11. L '
turned in
: out Tuesday a '
eventually lead to relief
boat houses and
Men's Club Tuesday night the Hastings Spud- Keystone's scoring was led I ,
lacklustre. off-year' election
flooded Half Moon Lake have I docks Half already -
on Moon are
Wives of 58-26.
13. memberswill sters
Dec. by Tommy Trlest with 16 to
name two unopposed candidates -
TEEING OFF ping. be special guests on this I The Indians B team. pacedby points. Donny Osteen as runI I -: for two-year council I I been proposed by the State: under water and several -

On Thursday. Dec. 1. the Nice News fror NearSighted occasion. I M. Murrhee won the preliminary nerup with 15. Stefan Brokas!! terms I Road Department and Put-i; residences: are' threaten-

Keystone Women's Oolf Association NoiirgenurUnH A social hour will begin at ] game against Hastings also broke Into the two figure nam County Engineer C A. ed.The

: played In a low- Clay County Libraries now 6:30.: with dinner served at B by a 21-16 score. circle with 10 points. Elected were Everett R.' Mahan. 'II [ Putnam County Commission -

gross low net, and low putt have 31 books available fOl'readers 7:30.: Tickets may be obtain These gtmer not only Rhoden Fox. with 92 votes and In- I The proposed remedy: has Men reluctantto

tourney. Voncile Ketch had with limited vision ed In Keystone Heights at, marked the opening of the first string played::! his entire cum bent Charles Donohoe..| would Include cleaning out of, open the drain from Half
ten and
low gross with a 44: Mlttie special largetype unabridged the offlcee of Oeorge LaRue season but v ere the first to all -were abl 01 to men with 87. a natural ditch about 000 Moon for fear of flooding

Haynes. low net with a 33; editions-and will be get or Richard Murrhee: in Mel- be played In Keystone's new score. I Of the total 369 registered, feet and the lowering of a property at Putnam Hajl,

an4 Eileen Lee. low putts, ting more.A rose at Odom's Hardware or A. E. Anthony Gym. Joe Lee paced the losing voters only 131 turned out at culvert to take water off where high water did considerable -

with 15. This event was followed gift of a book: of this ChlappmTs Gulf Station: Coach Lea Rhoden's cagers. Spudsters with 10 points. New PastorAt I the polls. more rapldlIf /. damage In a wet period -

with :a monthly business kind to the Library would: bea and in Lake Geneva from who use a shuffle offense, Keystone 8 13 11 26-58 I: Write-In votes Included 5 these two proposals are two years ago.

meeting and covered worth-while protect for Bill Baker at the post office. and a press defense (tot off Hastings 7 7 4 10 5-26 Keystone for George E. LaRue, retiring carried out successfully and At the time of the last Putnam -

dish luncheon at the home of any individual or organizations : to a rather slow start and Keystone's next game will Baptist ChurchRev councilman and one eliminate the threat of flood: Hall flood a culvert

Fern Oarbei. with Joan Think what: o boon it ended the first quarter lead. be at Plerson Tuesday!, Dec. each for Mr.. Mildred Sutton. I!, to Putnam Hall then It was installed north of Highway -

Wright assisting as co-hos- would be! to i. person with latka for next trimester. I ing 8-7. The offense man- 13. Lauretire Carroll arrived Charles McGluve and L. B., should be possible to open upa 100 near a railroad track:

tei.. limited visio.i. and how long December PTA PromisesTo I last week to assume the Johnson. I natural drain from Half as an emergency measure.
,Winners of the Past Piesl- the Be InterestingThe I I Moon Lake liito the prairie, Mahan said the culvert was
hours must seem when In private lfe-; has closed Grollck. 3rd place, MI's. :Evelyn 1 pastorate of the First Baptist One atxsent-'e vote was Mahan said.
derjt's Tourney were presented they cannot lead or sew. or December meeting of her practice at Keystone Penningroth and Mrs. 'Church of Keystone Heights. added when the council met' Installed 24a feet too high
beautflful trophies. In the PTA The water I level In Half during! the rush to get it in.
;, do other cloe work. the Keystone Heights briefly Wednesday night to j
Heights and moved to her Kenneth Har 4th place Mrs.J. The new pastor come here
181/.hole group, Pansy Hawes Mrs. Helen Lawrence our, will be held in the new symnnKium certify returns. :Moon Lake !han rt&en five or He said a sa..id 1 mine' company
new home >.i Severna Park P. Brennan and :Mrs. E. R. from Pensacola where he
presented the trophy to Fran diligent and dedicated: local on December 15. at six feet, in the past two that owns the property there
Md.: Mr. Mulr was Wright.Mr. was pastor of Pleasant Orove
Chesslngton. and Mary Biokas librarian. wants to know If 8 p. m. A program of Christ- months, since a natural drain will be asked to lower it.
to the Baltimore: plant of Baptist Church for the past
gave the 9 hole trophy to anyone Is interested in bor- mas music will be presentedby the duPont Co. 'time lI"d1: ;>. Wm. D. ben.howeI' 3'4 from Old Field Pond was The'entr.er said he will
some years
Joan Wright rowing Readers' Digests in the various groups In findIng spent' three days In NEWS. NOTES. deepened, jjpd jvldgned. allowing also 9sC r1J.g).jaw-
ago and Dr. Well was Jessup. Ga. He Is a native of Alabama 4 i I r-
visiting Mr. *nd
:The ladies also completed large type. Call her at 473- charge of Mrs. Hernandez exce.s water 1o drain mission to clean out the natural -
her "commuting"1 and graduated from Howard Helen Egan
their 18 hole and 9 hole 4286:! -the library number. the music teacher. Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Reddish. Mrs." By from Old Field Into Half ditch that runs from
Maryland to Floitla a bit (College I not Santfordl I In
Ringer Tournament that day, New :Minister Welcomed Walker's home economics !aunt and uncle.!! Moon. This was done by Clay SR 100 south to Wright's
much. She will not have a Birmingham! and the Baptist
with Voncile Ketch taking By First Baptist classes will furnish refresh Mr. and Mrs. Edward: D. I County at the request of Bridge near Putnam Hall.If .
private practice in .Mal'yland.but Theological fcmlnary in New KEYSTONE PREMIERE
tow end Freda! Wy- Longnocker was guests of residents around Old Field .
gross. : Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence ments. will be employed by the Orleans. Before coming to these two measures are
man, low net. In the 9 hole Carroll and their son. Larry CUB SCOUT MEETING friend in Mount Dora, Winter Christmas the saying goes. Pond who were threatened taken and) Putnam Hall waters -
state in her medical capacity. Florida he was pastor of
is for
children and Friday
Mlttlo Haynes had The regular monthly meet Park and Orlando recently. by flooding
trouP. were honored guests at a are not lowered it Is.
The Mulrs will still spend churches In .
Birmingham.Bessmer. Dec. 16, at 9:30 the
low and Helen Wallace !- covered dish Friday ing of Cub Scout Pack 305 : am. After the water
gross. supper on their vacations at their homeon and: Dothan. Ala. Faith Presbyterian! Kindergarten gets Into possible that! the. road department
low net. evening. Dec. 2. in the was held on Tuesday evening Melrose Bay.CHRISTMAS Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis Half Moon, however it has might lower its

JUNIORS TO DRESS I educational building of the Nov. 29, at City Hall. The MIDNIGHT left Monday: for Savannah will present; "The Little no means of escape since a Putnam Hall g, culver under
Angels Sing around the "
DOI.I.S First Baptist Church Rev. meeting was opened \\1th a MASS Gi, to visit their children natural dralii from the lake: I SR 100. Mahan! tald.
\1 1 The Junto.Woman's Club Lawrence Is the new pastor: candlelight flag ceremony Mrs. E. D. Hall and family I paved out here? With my Christmas three in foyer of -.- .--. --- .
Yes. there will be Midnight negative he turnedme the Keystone State The'
of Keystone Heights will of the church. and 75 members conducted by Cubs working and Mrs. Ladell Quinn and answer Bank. the coming The finance
Mass at St. William's in Key I ) year. John S. Cross
over to the :Mrs.< Being musical numbers havebE'enl
meet tonight f Thursday 1 at of the ral'lsh gatheredat on their Lion badges. These family.Mr. committee Is composed of Lon
stone Heights at Christmas} kind of '
undor the weather directed Mrs. William Wor-
7:30: o'clock in the Clay Electric the supper to welcome him were Bruce Bannon Larry and Mrs. Davil B.Rape by Rushton chairmanAlbert; Services HeldIn
this year. Each year, we have with the flu she said their stall. wife cf the St. Anne'
Mike Methvin.
conference an-1! tvlth
room. They and his family. Turknett visited friends, .
Bachman. and Roy Bridges.PERSONALS
Will work on their current The dining. hall was festive All of the "old" Cubs with a number of telephone calls Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Kingof Thanksgiving: was just a Episcopal Church vicar. Mrs. [ Indiana
asking about Midnight Mass. 1 family affair and she had Velma LaMae is director of
dressing dolls for head-bands and
project with Christmas decorations. Indian Baxley, On.
Since It Is such an emprewive best get herself back to bed. of the kindergarten school Mrs. Pauline Jones visited
John Sylvester Cross. 77, of
Christmas) gifts You may see and the dining tables were feathers of rank. seated Last week's guests of Mr. her sister Mis. Grace Smith
service many people in Mrs. Earl Voylos and Peggy and is assisted;! by Mrs. Mar- Lake Geneva, died Saturdayin
artificial '
a sample of their work at covered with white linen around an camp- and Mrs. V. V. Crawley was In Orlando for Thanksgivingweek.
Ducky's. Th''v are currently cloths and Christmas greenery fire welcomed the new boysto the community who do notregularly Mr. Crawley! sister and hus were in Jacksonville on Sun Jorle Bannister. a Starke hospital after a

takingorders for dressed: with red berries. Members the tribe of Akelo. The enjoy attend coming St. each Williams !- band. ''Mr. and Mrs. Tom Allen
doUs. (Perhips you have a of the Women's Mission new bob-cats receiving their of Thomson Ga. His two State Conference under the The Christmas Party of Whilden. former Keystone Mr. Cross was, a native of
Everyone 1 Is welcome,
favorite doll you would like ary Union were In charge of pins and head-bands were year. brother's. Fred Crawlev of sponsorship of the Mormon the Keystone HomemakersClub resident Mrs. Whilden and Delaware County, Indiana a
this askedto
and they
re dressed! Refreshmentswill decorating. Howard Callon. Jim Akrldge year. are Reynolds. Ga. and Harry church.; They heard some will be held Wednesday children enjoyed the holiday retired! machinist, and a
please join in the singing.There .
be favorite Christmas Thomas Crutchfield was Bucky Currie. Harry Wagner: Crawley of Thomson visited :speakers who were from the Dec. 14. at 9:30: am. In Clay week visiting his mother, member of the Methodist
will be cards with
recipes of the various members Mister of Ceremonies and Ed Dickinson and Barry listen. with the Crawleys this 'home church in Salt Lake Electric hall. A covered dish Mrs. John Hlmble and Mr. Church. He was a member of
words and music in the
and they will have introduced the minister to pews. ThursdayMr. City Utah. Mr. Voyles has luncheon will be served and Hlmble. Col. Whllden is now Masonic Lodge No. 91 of
If not. ask the ushers for
"j-ecipe-swao!'' his congregation. Bobby Hayes was awarded and \lrs. Wilson were had Home very ROOd fishing the committee requests that engaged in Civil Service at Newcastle, Ind., and a Past
GOOD NEWS FOR a'i the evening. the Lion Badgethat was some. luck also. He was out late Master of Lodge No. 715 of
During a presented guests last week of Mr. Wil! members provide their own Fort Stewart, Oa.
SOMEONEBe Carroll to hl.Ti the top step Members of the regular Tuesday' afternoon and got Ind.
ladles surprised Mrs on sons brother Ossle Wilson table service and serving Mr. and Mrs. James Cook Indianapolis

around Belote's Drug with a pantry-shower of a ladder Indicating the choir are asked to come to and family
Store on Saturday morning. mostly canned goods to climb of Cub-Scouting. Bob- practice on Sunday, Dec. 11, Nell Roundtree. had as went about seven and one- will present a program of spent Thanksgiving with, Howard E, Cross and a

Dec. 10. and see what lucky help get her housekeplng in by, In turn, pinned his at 1 p. m. her guests last week 'her. ,half pounds. Some luck! films of the Radio Del Pa- friends in Miami and Coral l niece. Mrs. Lawrence Brown,

person Is the recipient of the the manse off to a good mother with a miniature A REMINDERAll daughter and family Mr. and Master Anthony Ross has clflco station missionarywork Gables. Mr. Cook a 'retired I both of Newcastle.

<..J 0 :FULL books of S&H start. The family moved In Lion pIn with the hope that copy for this paper Mrs. William Hunt of Atlanta reason to feel l his Importancethis in Lima, Peru. Gifts contractor, completed a :'new\,1 t Funeral services were held

ftDreen; Stamps given by the last Tuentlay and Sunday: he wouH! be able to one day must ben the office! no Oa.r a stm-m-law Ira. C. week. It seem**&there. wasa will be exchanged after the home on E. Lakevlew Drlv, lit 10:3O"-ant, Wednesday! In

\tfunlor,; Woman's Club for was Rev. Carroll's first day give her an Eagle! Scout pin. later than Tuesday morning.It Hatch of Fort Myers: and a very good picture of this luncheon. earlier this year, and Mrs. Main & Son Chapel at New-

> omeones' Christmas shop- In the new pulpit. One-year service stars were seems that some people do niece and three'! sons Mrs. young student in the Gainesville HOMECOMING Cook's cousin, Mrs. Oillls.,. castle. Interment was in

Another member of the presented to Larry Turknett not understand this. and are Douglas Selffei man of CallOn Dally Sun one day re The Florida Methodist and her husband purchased I Washington Park In Indian

Carroll family. their daugh Mike :Methvin. Gary Ooetz- disappointed when they call cently. Children's Hcme at Enterprise their former home and, spoIls Ind. with Masonic

Cliff and Rose ter. Ramona., was unible tot man. Billy Beam. Matt Tyre on Tuesday with some itemor ICon0flii& !\4't Pag*' John Shauithnessv: Is back held 'ts annual Home. moved to Keystone from New I rites at the grave. DeWltt C.

>,' present. 'ts he Is attend. Kevin Wyman. Bobby Hayes other. And it Is hardly in St. Vincents Hospital; in coming on November 27. Paul England/ ; Jones Funeral" l Home of Key

Are Back ina Junior Colleee at Pensa- and Jim AkrldKe. by Den practical for us to call the -vvyyVVVVVVVWVVVVVVINDIAN Jacksonville. He had known HutchIns of Starke was elect- Mr and Mrs. Arnold Larson stone Heights was! In chargeof
mla H, be in mother Pho.be Callon. who office long distance this hospitalization was! com-
Serving The Home- >wf'vf"r. she will newspaper el president of the Alumni of Lake Geneva Trailer local arrangements.
Cooked Meals You Like Kt'v tone on Dee 17. at the Instructed them In the duties -to give an item unless BEACH ing up again: for the doctors Association. and Marvin Park entertained 20 trailer-

close of the trimester. and I'i of denners and assistant It is just awfully important.We planned some more work on Homer of Keystone was re- Ites at a Thanksgiving din- Mrs. MacConnell
nlins to enroll At St. JohnsRiver denners as she awarded their want to thank those his lame foot. They believedit
I I elected vice president. Those ner on the shores of Lake
I (Lke Santa Fe) could be more effectively Services HeldIn
Junior College/ In Pa- stripes. Kevin Bannon re- who are publicity chairmenand from here enjoying the cele- Geneva. Boat rides and a real
I Mr .Jaet r. Miller. Sr. f with John being -
celved his silver arrow. taken care )
really do the job by bration were Mr. and Mrs. homecoming were enjoyed Lake CityMrs.
I A Plnewood Derby to be writing! their Items and giving A&AAAA""" "' hospitalized. He expects Homer Wayne and Malande during the afternoon.

i heli:! In January, was discussed them to us. How much this stay to last! for about ten Homer and their !guest Heidi Friends are happy to hear Lydia MacConnell. 88.
hello to
A happy and busy card to
days so drop! him a
KEYSTONE there were
and although
easier thxt Is than taking Hendry. Attending from Lake that Mrs. Alice Metz Is recovering died Tuesday Nov. 29, at
, the fathers to you all thin week. I just Room 457-you know' he will
some frowns from telephone dictation! We realIze and Mrs. recent
Geneva were Mr. from her where
Drive-in Theatre build their wonder if you all are as busy: be glad to hear from YOU! Keystone Airport.
fwho help sons that everyone Is busy, Jones. Mrs. Ida Ocn- be backin
Joseph Illness and hopes to she resided with her son O.
as I am and as happy to be 'Arthur Lutgens slip
cars I there seemed but if are to report why anc3oj ,
you try. Lillinn Gentry. her mobile home soon. W. VU $}In.
so? I am making to many Tuesday to
Breakfast S Till 10 FKI.. SAT. DEC. 9, 10 murh enthusiasm towal'f'thll not do It rightMeanwhile. I Christmas gifts that I keep Jacksonville ped away on to do her ClnnsTIASSTAT: ,\ She ha* been convalescing at A native of Phoenixvllle.

$1.00Luncheon J () : event. don't be Impatient going from one beloved thingto We understand The choir of St. Anne's the home of her daughter. Pa. Mrs.. MacConnell lived In
Christmas shopping.
Voncdle Ketch -
IKE MfflSCH CMPOM1IGM_ Mrs." If we call you to ask ; another. Try It it I Is good "Lucky" has had a Episcopal Church will Join Mrs. Hector Ownbey. Philadelphia before coming

12 till 2 BLAKE EDWARDS_,.. to be committee BlueandGoU1Btnquet chair for' personal Items. We hope for the M>ul. the pocketbookand case of something or other the Community Church ChoirIn Mrs. Fay Olson enjoyed B to Florida. about 15 years
$1.25 man for tin: you don't think we are nosey 'annual from her
visit Broward
pre.- good nlzhfs sleep letter
February. ISO a : The Lutgens had a
-What : in CIVIL DEFENSE; REPORT Christmas Cantata in the nephew and:! niece. Belt and County\ before coming to Uw
Mr. and Mrs. George Bill with the won-
Dinner 5:30 till 7:30 parents If you are asked to assistedIn from son
: :
-- Rescue operations Wednesday of Park Ridge
Community Church on Myrtle Crusoe Keystone area.
had their guests recently tr
through as detful news that he plans
$2.23 help. please come during November Included Dec. 14. at 7:30: pm. Ill. Besides her son she is survived -
and make this the best yetl!' their daughter Mlnnlolga :leave his Air Force base near
9 : drowning at Doctors Quinn and hon Johnny from Colo or abou'' The public i if cordially In- The J. D. Payton familyof by a brother.; Engle-
ALL DINNERSSERVED Parents were entertainedbv Lake, Nov. 1:! through 7 (tall Denver. on vited. Spring Lake enjoyed a bert Calmln. and'' a daughter -
den taking part in I Savannah Ga. Their grandson. ;Dec. 21. He will be home for
FAMILY; each county rescue! units partici- COMMUNITY: CHURCH family Thanksgiving with Mrs. Ida Oarner, both of
It really remarkable !! Jerry Music spent his i the holidays. so plan to dropin
Space ) auto accident SK
STYLE pated : on down Sunday. Der.4, was Loyalty weekend visits from their two Phoenlxville.
: I to see the thlnir" 315 and SR 100 East. Nov. 6: Thanksgiving holidays ; and say hello.
become man-led and their Funeral services held
Sunday and! will an daughters were
JT A that boys 8 or 10 years ol': accident SR 21 I Ihou.setrailer here and of course .those We have not done much :
auto ,
DeWitt Hers- In Sher-
Palmetto RoomParkoft / t = annual event. Raymond families. the at 1 p. m. Saturday
; ""'r from old plastic'bleach I grandparents enjoyed having traveling this week, but wehave
UNKO : could make !, and two fires. Nov. Starnes. chairman of the heys of Gainesville and the rill-Gueren! Funeral Home in
him. Jerry Is now making ole footsore ant1
Ice cartons a pool'
bottle cream 11 : drowning in South Clay financial Bill Flakes of Jacksonville with Rev. Neale.
he-Palms in trustees reported on the Lake City
boxes. and hi* home with his sister tired Walker hound that did'
cardboard !
I County Nov. 14-15; oxygen Hiatus of the church :Mr Payton's brother. Grady. pastor of Faith Presbyterian
Rd 100 Keystone Ills, Savannah he Is going to
Their ingenuity and Jack and his hunting party
paper bans. call to Putnam Hall. Nov. 19: and the building fund and of Aiken. a C.. and Grover Church. officiating. Inter-
school there. MeCowan
.\ knows no bounds! fire at silver lake Nov. 25. up Mack and son. Chuck of Hawthorne were dinner In Mount. Pleasant
I members were give an Oppal'tunlty ment was
Mr. and Mrs. David
Rape Jacksonville Ouj
It decided that the of :
was also
The unit participatedin
to make pledgeo! forKEYSTONE guest Cemetery near
had Mr. Mrs. Woodrow Beach'
December pack meeting a National Alert Nov. 28- and Olfford of Ormond

MAKE DEPOSITS I would would be held on Friday !- 30: attended! Veterans Dav King from Baxley, Ga. come Guys grandson Donnlf

the 16th. at City Hall. A Parade. and decorated veter-I down and visit them recentlyand Baker of Keystone Height

I Christmas tree cutting party ans'! graves. they all did some river and T. C. put the dogs out In

Is planned for Saturday Dec Clay County Rescue Units fishing and had pretty good the Florahome hunting: ares HEIGHTS-MELROSE
l are available at Orange Park. luck.Speaking on Saturday morning. After

O YOUR BANKING 10.The meeting was closed Oreen Cove Springs and o? good luck several unsuccessful chases

with a living circle and the Keystone HMghta in case of that Roy Griffin spent a the hunters returned horn BUSINESS DIRECTORY

BY MAIL / thought that a family that atomic, natural, or man- quick 30 minutes out fishingon minus one dog, "Beau". Our

"plav together and pray made disasters or other Tuesday [after missing a family returned to that ares -

together: STAYS together." emergencies a, requested bylaw I big: buck on Monday!11! and on Sunday afternon to search BEAUTY SHOP!

DEN I REPORTSDen !I enforcement agencies! he got three boss that dressed for him all to no avail. When Auto Sales & Service I NURSERY

USE OUR NIGHT \ 1 has been studyin' fire departments, or local out about flftten pounds! summoned to the phone'

olaneu In the solar system. government agencies In this! How's that for quick fishIng Sunday night. Dr. Don SPRING MOTORS KEYSTONEP D.C.Carne Nursery

DEPOSITORY In connection with the November and surrounding counties. Chrtstoffers called to tel' II Complete Service tt Part ForVOLKSWAGEN B I HI...,.' 1M. rtorabraM

I I theme of space. Each Call] Orange Park Police Foregoing a little of his Jack that th? dog was In the Edith JohMOB. Own* Mile BE .4 .&ukeNursery

boy wa.' an astronaut and Dept., 284-9812. Sheriff's Office fishing, "Uncle" Owen J. pen at the North gate In "11 If* For A Volkswagen Personal Stock -Thousand

" reported to the group the In Oreen Cove Springs Bryant has taken up hunting Camp Blanding I So I think I We Have It." A Creative of Plants it Fruit

conditions ,)'i the planet he-' 284-3379: or Clay County again! after all these years "Beau" did enough traveling '\tway Plenty of Good Vied 1 Hair Styling Trees to chooM from. Nice

Any Time. chose to exolore. Civil Defense Director Ray and it Is well he did-he got for the whole family! Volkswagen In Stock ladlrMual Beauty Car Shade Tree. Evergreens:

The Cubs made Indian Chance In KeYStone Heights an eight point buck: while T. C. and I did make a Every Form of Busty Culture Landscape PlanU. All

head bands and space helmets 473-4280 or 4734851.MEIROSE. hunting In the Florahomearea quick planned trip to Jack- a.-ft Cor !Springs. t84-'t9 I, Open Tii-Sat. 9-5; In containers-plant any

I ASK US FOR DETAILS" ON which they planned to ex- on Wednesday. It dressed sonville on Monday. It waf CloNeS Monday time. Camellia 4c azalea
I the November Pack: out In the hundred pounds for his trl-monthly visit to AUTO SERVICE
hiblt at .yyyyyyyyy yy vy yvy V V VVV Kf'yato ffolftite 47S-4MC
Lei d. lar J lny.
meeting. plus bracket. "Aunt" Bea Is Dr. Hugh Haston. He U progressing

Bovs wha have been attending having! a hard time convincing very well and plansare Electrical Sales &: SenlceYeoman' Phone M4-S845

SERVICES. the meetlnii' are him they should get the beginning: to take shape KING'S PACKAGE STORE

Barry and Jimmy Andrews head mounted for she says It for some tendon surgery Service Station Electrical

Richard Beck. Dana and By BallyDuplicate k.tbbs.eIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI 1 I. a perfect beauty. possibly this summer. Only THE BLUE PINES

KEYSTONE STATE BANK Gary Ooetzman. Tlmnr, While waiting on Mrs., glad that we are blessed witha USED CARS AT Sale &: Service -

MurrtK- Roby Parsons and Laurel Bunce to get up out i !good doctor who knows BARGAIN PRICES Package Store &

TV'>n''''l(1 T'l't.KEYSTONE l ; Bridge winners CIt.. FU.
Member FJXI.C. Keystone Helfht. LOSES last week were: lit place. 'her new Mrs. Bunce !got on Well. if you are as busy as ELECTRIC Maytag Wa hr Open C A.Jd.-lt P. M. Bccepl

1 MTMir Friendly Bank In Yoor Friendly DOCTOR Mrs. Rolarvi Bryan and Mrs. Mae line to allk ME If I was I am. then this is all you AND ACETYLENE Zenith and Motorola TV Sunday

Doctor'Sarah: Lou Well J. P. Vose. :2nd! place. Mrs. calling' with the gcol news have time to 'read--by_ WELDING ..iai.r Htarar. X>a.* SWMT Batwtfay HI&h&

:4 Community. who Is now Mrs. Lewis MUl Mary Cook and Mrs. W. J. we .were getting ourroad I ya agaIn >oon. O. Baa 1.4 Main*I 4 MHJBI: BVtar orTHE
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Income Information Must Be I Fire Danger i; Hospital Given I State Forme.-s Markets. (I Hunters Fined I ferent than infantsSo house plant project, her..- ,,

Due To DroughtIn Good Starke. and Brooker. together Go when you pick up an some suggestions on cOil'",, ..
I ReportBy with Sanford were For Illegal Infant or a potted plant era.

NovemberCounty Auditors the first three markets in t1ae check Its bottom: -if it is wet.
Killing Of DoeThe 8Lers Wooden tubare exci-ii." ,
Filed Vets \Widows Parents
By state's system of 15. to Ret dry it. Of if It Is dry. expect containers since wood i)10;, .
Ranser J. C. PrE'I Bradford I the beauty treatment und..,r the worst Is
County Hospital illegal] killiiiK/ of two e yet- to come and vents rapid drying out of tne
I vatt. Jr has \Issued! a warning has come through its latestaudit the direction of Ken Rnufn: deer in the Iake Butler Wildlife :! hand the baby back to the oll. Jardlnlers usually lack
Over 82.000 Florida veter- country. assistant chief of markets. I
to be extra cautious with with alng: colors. mother
:Management Area onNovember drainage holes which
The amount of 1 By Ilervoy Editor may
I n a.ne. widows and parents received pensionpayable Agricultural Engineer! T. C.
any kind of fire or burning Released last week by- 28. cost two men Kx- Since the plant perhapswont cause a wateringPI'oblem.
a q-iestionnalre with 1 to a veteian or widow Skinner of the University\ ofFloilda Florida Agricultural .
operation during this periodof State Auditor Ernest Ellison, have mother
$700 In fini'i. according to/ handy, Clay pots are fine and
checks December the tension Service can be
depends amountof
their on :
pensio.i upon Extension Service
"drought. following an the audit said financial] con- as- Major Robert Brantley. water the plant. painted to blend with .
1.Theee. their annual income. Top usually]] dry November. Brisk dition of the( hospital] was I'' slated In developing plot northeast regional manager I Don't use told] water as It colors in the patio. t In.
questionnaires con- Income limit for) a veteran or winds and dead undergrowth good. and "the operations I plans] which were used:! as a I for the Game and Fresh I Foliage plants are like people shocks the plant. A small
cernms1 annual Income are widow with dependents'] Is basis for the landscape de- ] they too. need:! a bath. Brass and copper are Id"lfor
A. In the woods:! have also appear to have been well I V.'atfr Fish Commission. dash of water frequently
aent out every year at this 3000. signs. Plants won't tolerate a table and imntle .,I'.
added to the fire hazard. managed. Legal requirements!I Union County Wildlife Of- makes the plant miserable.
I time and. ar.cordlnn. to A. L. The ornamental shrubbery dally scrub-down, but take rangements, but these containers
Prevail said.Measured were complied] with, and I Jicer A. W. Whitehead made Often the soil in the bottomof
Ciosby. County: Service Officer Prices HigherAt : rainfall during good business practices were! was obtained through, the arrests nnl: stated that on a healthy luster with an the container becomes dry I are usually] small vj

a should be completed and Fourth November avcinged only .59 followed. Records were gen-.I M. B. Jordon educational director the two violations happened occasional leit washing. Dirty causing the plant to wilt or pay careful attention to>

t returned to the VA not laterthin inch during November. three erally well kept and internal d of the Raiford State separately and In two different foliage is unattractive especially die. Keeping the plants soggy water and fertilizer

1, January 31. 1307. Pecan AuctionPrices inches less than the 50-year control appeared adequate." Prison and Stanley Craw locations of the man- in an otherwise spot- with water will kill them. Soil Is very important for

Crosby added that 11'. those average for that month The audit covered the fiscal ford horticultural instructor. oaement area. Both charges less Florida room. Most foliage plants grow house plants. There II no

a rn'.ps where he Income questionnnlre paid for pecans on which Is 3.87 Inches. I year ending March 31.. Cooperating In the beautification Involved the killing\ of a doe If the leaves are heavy well at temperatures between best mixture.: However a

1 ( Is not returned to the Starke auction marketare Up until November. the and showed during that period projects are county extension deer. Upon arraignment before i with grime, use soapy water 60 and 70 degrees. In winter,, long-time/ favorite for manv
I- the VA by January 31. payments still incieasing. accord- ;year wan unusually]] wet. however a net income from rou- agents local Garden Union County Judge Al a soft cloth and a gentle dont roast the plant roots by homeowners i I- a mixture of

J will Vie suspended In ine. to market manager Bob; with T total] average! tine and special services of r Clubs, and FFA and 4-H I DrlRgers. the violators] pleaded I. touch. Rubbing; too hard will placing the container on a ;' two 'parts peat and: one part
I Fi,'!bruary and will not be resumed Allen.] rainfall of 72.51 inches during $320,835 and operating expenses Club ]eaters: Bullty.! and fines were cause injury. radiator. I' garden loam soil.

1 1 until the annual 1 income The fourth auction of the'I the first 11 months as totaling $332,347. ]levied against them totaling Slightly dusty foliage will: Plants are also like peoplein If you are hunting for

report Is received by season held ]lust Thursday compared with 02.35 inches The resulting] net loss of r $450 plus $250 for the replacement sparkle If polished with a I that they like their food plants that take little (cms

I .the Veterans Administration. saw 25.437 pounds of nuts:I during the same period! In $11.511 is more than offset: Melrose of the deer. 'flannel cloth.: Plant polishes served at regular] Intervals. and will withstand much

: C osby pointed out that sold]:! for an average of $31.44 I I 1963. by the $15.000 that the hospital Major Brantley concluded are available at the garden The best suggestion on feedIng abuse consider such plants' as'

.. no n> of the questionnaires per hundred pounds. Sales Four woods fires were reported ] receives each year as its "While game violations as a supply store. But before you ; plants Is to follow]] the directions Bromellads, Dracena. :MOD-
should] be rolled to the St. totaled] $7,997.90.Stuarts I I by 1'ie' Florida Forest I share of county racetrack (From Preceding Page] whole have decreased in the use them be sure to read the on the container.If stera Peperonl! or Sansevic-ln:
Pr rrsbur Office this year- brought the highest -! Service during! tha past week funds last few years some people directions. there are no directionson

II1".ead, earh person will re- average. $38 per hundred I I with 62.3.i acres burned Total worth of the hospital, fornia. still persist in violating] < the Potted plants are no dif- the container, mix one -

ceivp a return! envelop? and l]I while good seedlings found Sinre( January there have as listed In the report, is Recent guests of Mr. and law. Public censorship of teaspoon of a complete garden -
shovM,: use( it to be !sure that buyers at around 28 cents a been 81 fires In the county 824875. Mrs. Olynn] Rothhammer game violators and support dren. fertilizer In one quart of liEU TOUT

the nnnu.il ienuts ':o to one pound. I with SOS acres' burned. During Largest single expenditure! were Mrs. Rothhammer's sister of conservation laws along Funeral I services were held water Apply] this strength/ I I RECORDS

: 'of einht Sp' .nl! ProcossinaU' The volume of nuts offered the same period ]last year during the >car was $108- and family Mr. and : with fines such as ]levied by at 3 p. m. Tuesday at the solution every two to four I i
In various pars of the expected: In view of the fact 85.7 acres; burned.: one-third of the total dren of Smyrna. Ga.. and al I keep frame violations to a with Re/ Paul Estes officiating University of Florida] Agricultural -I

that pecan scab!' has cut the The Forest Service Is now operating] exp<;-nse. aunt Mrs. Nancy Hudson of,, minimum and to Insure wildlife interment was In Experiment Station

vli'lrt, on many trees In this don! < fire-I me plowtnc.] < and Durins: the audit periodi Gainesville. j recreational] opportunities Hampton Cemetery under direction rccearchers lve these tips on

: area': l''rJlOns deslrlni this service i I !hospital] provided 10.648 Mrs. John S. Grlner hou.se'; In the future." of DeWitt C. Jones diagnosing, plant troubles.1

fFLORiDArfJEATRE So far this season tne au.I ..- may coma t the nneer I Ir.: day of :n-;>atlent service, guests last week were relatives Funeral Home of Starke. Brown tips or burned mar- ',

I tlon( market hn sold aj.466 t'icir area or call Starke 964- o: sr a-,erase of 30 a day for Edwin Morgan of Jacksonville Services Held I gins to leaves mean too much 1

pounds of nuts. for a total of 2721. or take Butler 46- the yearBids his mother Lula Lake Butler I fertilizer YO'I've let the plant
l $23.13423 4321 The first 15 minute' of Oliver of Mlddleburg] and his Tuesday For roots dry out, or you've let

.. I _, plowing. Is rovied> :! i free b)' Due Soon sister Mrs. F. W. Buddingtonof D. D. JohnsonDemos Getting Ready the plant become wind-burn- I
the Forest Service with a Mlddleburg.Mrs. ed.
Shovtime, -Weekdays 7 rharse of $10 hour for On Hampton For New Industry I
30:1: per E. I. VanNetta of I D. Johnson. '74 died Yellowing: and dropping of
_Sunday 3:00: Saturday: 1 ill after the first 15 minute* Melrose and l.er mother Lellii' leaves indicates
:[ Brooker SchoolsBd.s .suddenly at his home in Construction has startedon soil or gas
Increased cots have ncessi-1
Cannon of Lakeland recentlyvisited
-_ FrL, Sat. Dec. !9 t, 10 tnt/"i rn'.in? the price from Mrs. VanNEtta'sdaughter Hampton last Saturday a 20.000 square foot factory fumes. r-watering, poor
I DRIUE-IH for construction of afternoon. A native of Su- for Thomas Metals. Inc. drainage or poor soil aeration -
.: Double Feature Program $9 to $10 Mr hour. Prevail new schools at Hampton and Mrs. W. H. Dodwn wannee County, he was a retired at Lake Butler j Small leaves suggest I

old Booker will.. l>e opened by the and family li Hogansville: farmer and a memberof President William Thomasof tight or heavy' soil mixture I
P r ---3!!!: :: &:r- OPEN 7:00: Oa.
: School( Bard at a special the Baptl.-t Church. the newly formed corporation lack of fertilizer or not
H i | SHOW TIME: 7:15: Reggie Norman Mr. and Mrs. Henderson!
: SEVEN again... meeting on December 20. Surviving is his! widow. says that an Intensive enough moistuie.
i I i Injured InHunting The bid:! opening had preI M. Bell] III had as their Bertha Williamson Johnson. training program has been Weak growth or light I SttOuW? .., 1111651 flejrre) reteth1
< MAGNIFICENT : house lots fire in such
ruests for the weekend against by equipment a
been for December three daughters green color on
vously set of otherwise
I Hampton; scheduled for 30 to 35 em- 1
.. again! l i ;i 75c:> Students 60c Mishap i I 13. but was postponed: a week their friend Mrs. Regnold H. Mrs. Eva Duncan healthy foliage perhaps Indicates Hercules Multi-Lex insulated. fita.
I "'I !: Children ( i iReRcie : I ployees who will produce culvert ]- You can have complete point! ofostprotectxM (
) Under 12 FreeFriday Kelley. of Melrosenow ]
; 1 architectDon formerly : Mrs. Dorothy too mu<'h light lack of .
I at the suggestion or Waco Texas piping. siding and similar for ad your vital records i
1 == : :. ''i' t:: Norman. 16-year- Morqan. 'I living In St. Petersburg. Pacheco. Colorado Springs products. Production is fertilizer, root-rot or poor two.three or four-diawer Underwrite*
c : :'!. : Saturday, Sunday{ son of Mr and Mrs. Truman Plans for the new schools Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley] Colo.] and Mrs. Betty Martinof planned to start next March root systems. Yellowing]] wiltIng certified Hercules files. And any taik, *.
J Norman of Lawtev.! was ser- were shown by! Morgan at ]left Friday and returned Starke; two eons Acle or soft g"owth means too Bade locking arrangement you tarn.Don't .
i" '.Pi.! ;' !9), 1 10, 11 The building will toe ofpreenglneered wad- a1be8l1lld4Bradford
.i'; I iouslv injured in a huntins! meetings of Hampton and home Monday after a nice Johnson Valdosta] Ga., and much heat or root Injury.
: \ ., metal] construction -
) : ... 10\\;:"l Double Feature Program accident( on Saturday.- Nov" Booker: PTA groups last I time visiting with their Demos Johnson Sr.. Staike: and: will house sup- Small ]leaves -and long Internodes -
PROOUGTcf\s. 28 and is rc.w iecuperating week The plans received:! daughter and family Mr. and one brother Joe Johnson, aluminum ] are signs that the County
for the company's -
f. In St. Vincent's Hospital.' 'trenerallv! favorable comment.!i I Mrs. E. W. Easterllng and Live Oak: two sisters. Mrs. plies distributorships plants are mowing with too

1 .'" St'Ir,!!'!'! :II'! ..............1'I'\J'fT'!}\ !' PI'"tS!: I Jacksonville. although: some opposition'I lof, Eau Galllr- Ruby Bullard and Mrs. Georgia and steel and product offices, in- little light or' the tempera- TELEGRAPHAREA
n | Reggie a sophomore a* was expross,'d to the "satte- Happy Birthday to Jack Worthington both of ture Is too hHr for the plant.If .
addition to the
; "ATALIE WOOD. ,1 BHS and a member of the lite: feeding! proposal at both I Chamblee ion of Mr. and) Jasper: and nine grandchil- : operation. you are lust starting a '
Tornado football B-f-quad; 1 l\.frb. Thoma.. Chamb1p..
meetings -- -
was >shot in the right: foot Happy B rthdY to DannyRowe .
BiqnnerRetiZnzof I .
Both srhoo's designed
are being -
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1 .t i' with a hih-powcred rifle h' without kitchens, andit son of Mr and Mrs. c
THIS carrying while crossing I Virgil] Rowe. fouryears
was ; a Danny was
l In proposed to have food
barbed wire fence. The acci- old. BUSthE
1! prepared at Bradford High DIRECTORYCRANE
dent occurred the Intersection I
PROPRTY1 near -
[ School In Starke and transported -
: theSeVfm" I ( of Highways 18 and':
Li 227 west of Hampton Lake.
IscoDMb at and
; rooms Hampton :
1.WID PA'\'mIGII"-'!\ ; -; Reggie/ was> holding a dco, Broo'wr' -schools.! '- DIMKCTORVInterdemonlnatlonal

",= I > :IJ 1211I on does a not leish know at the what limp caused, and School SuperintendentTom I Air Conditioning-Heating ,1 CHAIN SAWS LADIES WEAR Office Equipment ,

1TJPlus the rifle to discharge. The I Casey said the "sitte-: Community Church Dr

I bullet entered his foot tear- lite feeding system would be A. C. Holt mfnteteir: Mrs RUSS PIKER A. & J. Saw Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Office
h1lout most tried as an economy measure I George Canova" organtert
i > of the ankle
Plus I and surrounding bone struc- He said eliminating kitchens Sunday School 9:30: a. m Authorized Alrtemp & Mower Co. Most Fashionable] EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorized
I lure from the two new schools I Morning Worship, 11 ... m Heating & Air Conditioning, t
Joe Anderson Mgr.
1: He was! rushed to Bi'adfor and preparing: the food In a! [Nursery open both hours]. Address For Ladles Dealer
HERE COMES central ]location would eliminate -I SHEET METAL ITomelHe Chain Saw
I County Hospital and received -Pre bvterian DKESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY
emergency tJ'E'atl: considerable] expense. Faith Presbyterian ChurchRov I Itrtidental Commercial SALES &; SERVICE!: CUry Victor TotalU
/ WAGAlNlM I Adding Machine, CaJculaton
ment before being transfel'Ired -Industrial
J. R. Neale Jl mlnf Repairs & Parts All Makes
I to St. Vincent's In Jacksonville Farmers Markets f lote' v-.. W. A W-illa organist Sale_Installation-Service GRAVELY TRACTOR WE.RACCESSORIES SALES -SERVlCrffiRSNTMS: :

\ for surgery. Several, Get Ornamental ; Mrs. Carl Swisher SALES & SERVICE
transfusions were' necessary I I summer organist. 2702 NE. 19th Dr. SAVE TIME Discus ;your

due to his los s of blood. I Shrubbery I Sunday School] 9.44 .im I 2022 N.E. Blvd.] Gainesville 7 W University Gainesville requirements with us first
This is the econd bit of Gainesville 372-0714 Phone 372-33JIS
Sunday* Monday( i Morning Worship, 11 a. m 523 N. Main St. Oainesvlll
bad luck Reggie has had I State Fauncis Market at Sunday, [Nursery open both i Just Off Waldo Road Phone 376-5551

December) 11. 12. 13: i| with the sane foot. He suffered I I' Starke and Brooker have hours.J I MOBILE HO JESMUSTANG I
1 1I I a torn eartlidge In his' taken on a more attractive I AUTO SALES&SERVICE CONCRETE PRODUCTS

,. right! knee caviler In the foot-I i| look with completion" of ornamental -Epl.conalSt. PAINT & GLASS
ae,4 They{ nRrwcTORM ball. season nil.." was waltlnui i : plantings' which, Anne's Rev. W. W JEEP INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
PRUVNEI for, nn operation( to correct1 1 are a port of a statewide program Worstall vicar; R. O. Copeland CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
1J Blazed .METROCOLOK, this injury it the time of the' InsUuted by W. O.I orp.inl.st Family of 4 Wheel Drive I THE BEST FROM Liddell Paint &

A'--' ( accident I Whittle chief of Florida] / Morning Prayer and Ser RAMBLERAmerica's Edward's Building Mobile Homes, Inc. Glass Co.

mon. 2nd and 4th Sunday
9::30 a. m. (nu..rv.. .",..*..,. I. Supply, Inc. Gainesville's Discount Mobile
Legend ------ -- Finest Economy Car KYA-MZE PAD.1'SGId"lIrrorsSUdinc
4 Holy] Eucharist and aermow1st Home Sales Lot.
Of .. and 3rd Sundays 9:30: A Volume purchases for our entire : Door-

M. I nursery >penl.1 ChurcfSohool. Ridgway Motor Co. OAIVESVTLLB.: FLA chain guarantees saving Tub EnclOMir Dnon
Greatness! 9:30: A. M. "nut)' Eucharist 1 I of many hundreds of dollars
8 a. m. each Sunday.1' ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC 'on the quality home of your -WintiewsAwningCrpetWallpaper -
1132 S. Main Ste.ref ntConsulUUon.
Evening: Prayer 7:30: P. M I I' I .

each Sunday. EYC. 60:; P. M. Gainesville !f12-8m 4JO: N.\V. 13th st. ill North
each Sunday. Motor Repair Co. 116 N.W. Sixteenth St.

Dally offices of Morningand B & G Motors Co. I Of GvlnevvUle, Inc. Gainesville, 378-1316 GAINESVILLE: 372-8191
Prayer. 8:00: AM. ,
COLUMBIA PICTUMSmtaxis I and 5:00: P. M.
CADILLACOLDSMOBILESALES : Repa.I'lngRewtnl1ln.cNew MotorcyclesScootersStreit's
Baptist ; I and Vied TILES & PAINT
: ,
L1 Worship services : SUnday WORK GC4RANTFKD:' '
11 a. m, 7:30: p. m. (nursery Fine Selection of Used Cars 1030 S. Main Gainesville Bicycle Shop
openl.I.Sunday / Taken On Cadillac Trades
WilliAM __ I Phone 372-8318 I FLJNTKOTE TILE
School. 9:13 MOTORCYCLES
: a. m ;
tool N.W. 13th Rt. 441 iM'FARM '
IlOLDEN nursery: open). Training TJt. \ VLnjI-Vinyl AsbestoS
I : Cuihman; 4
PHONE 376-7515 EQUIPMENT: I Vrepa Scooter
lon 6:30 _
: p m. (nursery open] I Floor Finishing Product
RICHARD I. I Ducatl-BSA Zundapp

IftDMARK -CatholicSt. Santa Fe Tractor DURAUTE PAINT-
Williams-Pr. Edward A. Motorcycles.-Sales] & Service

I ._ __. ",.1 "V...:...,:::':... KIrby priest In charge Mrs LINCOLN-:MERCURY Inc. SCHWINN BICYCLES GYM: FINISH:'
E. A. Lamm organist.! I Authorized Sales & Service I

ALVAREZ KELLY Why Bank Auto Loan ? Monday SundaY-Mass- Inquiry, 7:30: Class.a.] m 7 I 106 E. University Phone 3724251Crane's Gainesville: I FORD Locksmith & Safe Work Tenney Tile & Paint

p. m. Novena; and Benediction Farm Tractors A Implements 818 W. University!! Ave.

PRNVISION"feuUMBIACOLOft) The simple! fact b that on auto loan secured directly 7:30: p. DI, ImportsVolvo Ford Industrial Machinery I Gainesville 376-7761 2222 NW. 8th Ut.Gainesville .

from a bank LANDROVER 4 Wheel 378-1302
especially from "Full -I.ulhl'ranLuthE'I'an Drive
(:Mercedes-Benx .
) .,
bank can be obtained ,
quickly, pleasantly Church of Keystone FIAT-mLLMAN MOVERS I
and at the lowest costl I For these and other Heights: Vicar Richard 4488 N.W. Sixth Gaineavlll
Wed., Thurs. Dec. 14, 15 highly-desirable auto loon Meyer, minister; R. o. Copeland 230)) N. Main Gainesville TRAVEL
advantages organist. Phone 372-4373 Phone\ 376-2543: Long Distance MovIng

Divine\ worship.
Sunday 11
''I FINANCE -YOUR NEW '67 CAR HERE NOVV1 a. m. Holy Communion 2nd Beauty Academy GARDEN SUPPLIES Local] Drayage

\ Ip Sunday of each month. Storage PscUnr..... CnOag House of Travel,

11 Services held each Sundayat POWELL'S Johnson & Faris Inc.
,i St. Anne's Episcopal Shipping INC.

FLORIDAAT 1 Fla.Church. Keystone Heights Beauty AcademyLearn Complete] Line of ,I FREE ESTIMATES CALL, AIRLINES:;!

I a Profession In Tour Inieeticid**-Pet Supp.esFERTILIZERS HILL'S MOVING STEAMSHIP'
Spar Time. Full or Part Time R. R'Hotels
.cBANK STARKE THE RIGHT POINT:' for the' Car Rental. !
way you writ, Come In and DAY & EVENING CLASSES 'We Rent Fertilizer" ] Spr ad ri' & Storage, Inc.

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National elect your favorite ESTER- Low Tuition Term 224 NW. 8th Ave Weekdays. 8:30 to 6ot
TECHNICOLOR Group 219 N.W. 10th Av. 324 N.E. Waldo Bd.GaLnesvUle ..
J fountain pen. TCLEGKAPlf. : PHONE 172-MTf 9 to 12.
.A UNIVERSAL! PICTURE_ I Gl DftvUle 378-176
3415 W. University Ave.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. PIA. 372-4371
Ga.lnesv1l1e 373160101'
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J m. The pageant will consist I please be present I'Mrs. Hthel Hess Services Friday ,,,,, ., .I, ,,. ,, I fI.Io',' Of .I'.,.11. nil nn InlIt. -
'" I J ,, '\5u.. .. I'. ..f. .
and CUT court: Miss WEEK] Set For Mrs. May 'to-'VIt I.. I I .
Homecoming, Mazella Bur- BasketlWll II' II d. .. 1
1 For FridayMrs. Of ', .,. ..11.. .*-! .,1, l>. I" Ml, I. 01. ",,01 ..'01, 'It', I.. I.1, I .I-N,, ,. ,
11't t
ham and her court, and the The fighting Tigers Jr. Hampton I I II I Iul-' *,"I..,! ,,,,,1. ,, 10 I "" .\0, I 11 I I .. .. ,, '
RECREATION NEWS Varstlty' and Varsity team : I'.,' ,"...1 II..III." ,K:.,..,.| 1 "n or', iI. ,1, I. ., S"rll., -.i I',...."..... IIN ,,",....
Sweethearts from grades 7- 1 ''II .11".1" I" L.I\ :" | tt i iI "' I "
went 011 to uctory The final I Ethel Hess. 86. widowof I 'III,',. ,,, .,. .
"' \ Im.ll| '
'I i III I ,
MVs. .unit. /
their first of : Mae Kagan. 78. I .. I III "'1IIIIV I"I' 11.1 451'" ILII I \\ 'Ml .1 lIlMl.in' III' I"I I < > f 1 1I
The Recreation basketball 12. played game .
score was 50-13. the late Charles A. Hess I hran fllrl ,
\ Igsslnxl 1 ."I/U/ to I L'Nxlr' I I 11 II point III lhN SlMIt t llt'WHtt,
won their A the season between Starke of the late Horace Drew 1:1: ., /"I' 1 :.2:'.' ll I''hq'h." .r. 111 Thu. .
team secondstralg'ht The second<< spectacular' of party will b? held at : died in Stark Wednesday after __ 1.l uh'Iv'" 5n anal i lKlit-'if-wn.v Dm'f 4t" I II4tgh
game I !' Recreation Center and the of Hampton died at her 1'Ilu'1" \ u.5d.. '. 06x4. lain,, v5o '",'r 1 way, NIK, Ion y11.1,
Monday night Jenkins Recreation Center'Immediately .
the season was played be- I an extended illness. A na- h. 1"\' .' .. ,
after Uiilc Nuv. 5n. (tioii! Hu"m..I." .r.1o'r.,1.1111'.1 J point t liflilK I the !l>' IIH' '
by defeating Sunnyland twen the TIers: of RJE and 'I' after the page-1 Bradford Hawks. il.e of Canada she had lived Tuesday morning a I ,VO-CHIIII Nil 11I1"". :::{'II|. |I.-,,, uud "'. .' I t" Iii. ,111r aril5.51 .I 'li.'irlnnliiir. iliim. *** run/ "
Center Ulneon.[ Wh"1II" II Aliiy ,'' 11111 4 .1.r.. .1st'. rnrW. Ih. 411 il-nri'i-H. il niinui.'w' 1:1": ,
Training 'n''II''
ant In honor '
by a the Homecoming
score the Terriers of Lincoln High. of be-tweet i I In Starke for 16 years and 'err" hi-rchy ,niitlflcil. timt I .rompinint III. 5,51,1 1 5th",x" l, j' illRtiin.'p of :l iio! fret, l i". .. i iI "..""
of 55-18. The leading scorerIn It was a veiy tight game at I royalty. ,| 'was a member of the First Mrs May was born In I riilliixvlnit inntiii,. M'hi. |h.,: uffLr. ."r 'ILI. u inn "I'niwni'ii *l'lerkof I' I henirun. South I I1* ,ICK! > .
the game was Arthur Williams the ('mriu :NK\\S' : Center and the Jr. Varsity: Hampton section and had : 10(11( CntnllniCup.' Hi. i'ir./ 'IIH rnnrl,,, | .n starkKloiiilii .-. I 4V mlniiti-H West n ill-inn' 1
beginning. I ; :: :
The Terriers Baptist Church. : : .
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| ;:' will lio K..I.I. HI : mi in I i.ri.i., tlu flth i 34H 1 feel I. a Du1n1, I i. MI ?
with 17 points. The were leading the Greater Allen AME: [ Church, Tigers. At the beginning of I sided there all of her life. |.. I puh- ,day ..r .1666, ,.... ,
Tigers 30- Surviving; are three step m II o''I"'I'.n l tin.. : "n'} \ [I.i 111.| : and, | run .Vurih 10' drgl'l1.| II .
rest of the team also playedan 22. In matter of minutesthe I Rev. L.. A. Sampson pastor:: I the Rime things were pretty children. :Mrs Viola Butler of was the daughter of the I iluy nf 1 ncuMinibur' liiilii! ', m l5xel'vu'. u i n'pl| Ihrr"Nr' ,, ",?. 1 Kurin : ,- :' Ut'-H VTl..xt. II llHtlllll',, nftun
Williams T. M. and Jennie /! 'H, I'hrlrolrt. Ht.irkn,, ,, I*' Sim. ,*. AM..in.,.,., .\ i I. r In il llnllll' III t theI'Ml'., '
outstanding game. Tigers caught up with Sunday School, 10 a. m. i tough. These two :MUawan. N. J.: Herbert and :? | : : :: : ,l. Tlu* iirot'fi: .:rln i .ii i hi* I'Lunllff' atirlv' i lurht-nf-wuv/ I"",'
The first home game will the Terriers and went on to I Morning Service at 11 with brothers. Bobby and Arthur, Charles res;,, both of Baux H1 Bn. and un.s a member x lll .In. applied III-M" ,i.,, Mouth.: \Wnlii'i'iT:: ::.,; sil'.l',7Viiir.'c': : 1; *'! I :Sim' HlKhuiiv, ; .. inn ,tin,,. n.
Monday who played foi the Recreation Roc Primitive I )' nl 1 thu IIIHIH of n>- .Kl'ii'hln' / on ,.i, i I" 1'''','',. Bi.l,. 45,1.is .. run North' 445> ilnr...*H. 415,1.11" .
be night Dec. the Junior I
12. victory by a score of 57-82. Church In charg,9.All Hall N. J. two brothers Herbert ,
: I'I xlu-rlnw mid WIN of ruiiulreil' / liv 'th. I 1.1' Uo'NNNI: .,,1. ". the "rt'iuiniiMt.1'lv I I'
against Sunnyland Training HOMECOMING; ; officers are asked to put on a show. and Fred Dowker. both of Church. ".1..,' vrlilrli' and tit. ,."m i to"urhll'' I IIh.1 'il- I*''lalldn' |/ 1:11':,,'Is 1..10'i -.r-wn Hri,. ,
Center of Gainesville. Game I meet with the In The second event was the Surviving I dnU ,-.. ,," III Until'I' nf Hllll-h of i-ivll, Pr's., I.ii. if y.u |-u (INtiiiuif' i Ila 'in fear topnn. .. ,,10',
The 1966-67 Homecoming pastor an Ontailo. Canada and oneulster. .
: In. do .
Nn ili-h
"' ti> IhiMiiil"f.ii'n.MI nf n r* ,pen" '?'n. "| "f 'lii'tclnnf, and < "
time 7:30.: All parents and of the RJE High School will official meeting at 3 p. m. It most exoitlnir" one of the Mrs Bella Charlton of Mrs. Wilma' Lambert of ,.1..11..|. Il tll' mulli. tin tun- IYHHIIA. III .'III' ,'ntrr.d,t | .,u.tyou |,| ill! IIMX J HUT ,,", IN-I Mlnr'

sport fans ire invited to attend be held Friday. Dec. 9. The Is time to oigani for a new evening\ the same between I Ontario. C.nnda: and one Si>rlnsf.: Md.: two I sons< I1tCI"1 with. Tninmlf "fiiHini' Jr., Ihu. rut, I II l5, ,li.ll.f. ii 11.1".1,. ,| m ll'lH.

and support your team Parade will conference years and plans RJE Varsity Tigers: and the Funeral 'F. May Gainesville, and linx all Htnrkc. .Kit.rlil.i.' .IIII.IIIIII.Thl. uulh' .. , I ,lnn,, I..M *. I Hmhvi ,
begin at 12 noon I s'rvlce.111 be held 11I1l ''hu] rinillirlllW .r MlllllI .h. II 1 I h' p "l.i| 'J"k I ,'I l ill 'ir. "n55, I i. "'
i in
Recreation activities an and parade; will be led by !the for the Quarterly Conference Bradford Hawks. The Tigers:' at 10 Am. Filday in Jones ooe V. May. Hyattsvllle.[ :: i i M.lilrliAnv mjriiliiM nil) .',1 I niii.u .,.//1,11. ui,5'i l IS r.., ,t..,,n,. I I2'l' It I I- -9I
I I 1,. in ,VIMI iimlnii "H"'IIIIV V Ml'l'liN |m,| |,10 I,, I ii:, .,(
held at the' Center every RJE marching Tigers. The [ will be nude. All members [ really came; or. the court full | Memorial Chapel with Rev. W. two sisters Mrs. Nellie :I I' ,.. llnlilf for" any liuluncn will, far, l"lltllll>' Tl'l.-KI .lill".

evening from 4:30: to 6:3f: band will march to the! tune i i are asked:! to please make a force at the first quarter. i A. Hogan 'I'flclntlng Interment Cincinnati Ohio, and Inintr unpiihl. ,. under HUM,,! ,Ultll.-HH' u|,'i.v I hlud, .INI,,, nlI, ,. I

and 8-11 on Friday and Sat of Independent. Virginia report to the leaders. EvenIng I Harold Chandler a Junior, I will follow In Crosby Bessie Andi e':s of Fort |r ..' Klfiiiiii' rnrprrnllol' iI'Ml Ml'llllfllfll, llf Hulll I'l.lllllt I'ontl' 1 |+'l.L.il,. ,5lI,|-.lull,' "n', I

urday night; The center i Wolfe. Avenger and Black' Service ,r p. m. was ready for the Hiwks. He I Lake Cemetery under direction Also surviving are nine grandchildren .. .. Ninth. '' Till 'il 1.1" of .11,.,...ml.,,,, ,r. \ 11 I

there for your enloyment. All: Band Jazz. Parents are asked +o cooperate played:! like a pro last night. of DeWllt C. and six >, .Illlni'N, .... (1 Stlllili'tnn, 4'nl 1 I1'I.l'hlll''H,' .
,. Jones FuneralHome. L .
44 ; Vli Ni;.>rtli .Main .siri'iii. ( | | \ l 111"10: I \ 1'I." ,1'i 1. i.i,
Teenagers are welcome. BON FIRE with the Sunday The second quarter Archie children. ,,' ,,', Klurlil the'krlllt< I (Ciniri in C Hii.li.i. il

BASKETBALL A bon fire "ill be held Friday School teachers and wOI'kel'swho Kittles came !in making Funeral services will 1.'hR I Co-iinty.(If lli'liliLli Klorldn, .
.M ;M
rnd I* Hi nut.\
"Upset of the Season" at 7 p. m. at the east are preparing the points from everywhere then Mrs. Murlie Crews held at 2 p.m. Friday in Olii-k,

the first basketball game for wing of the school Precedingthe Christmas program. Please coach Bradley put a rookie Primitive Baptist Church h.' C (Irt'iill' ('''''.I'lf 'I'll** I I.' "n ,IJ _".
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. the 1966-67 fighting! Tiger bon fire the 1966-67 see that the children are sentto Samuel Perkins [fa senior] Rites To Be Held Graham with Elder 1'u. ... In .lad.11..1.| 1'0'Ire.lU llnnltiiril I
In 'lit. 1 Irrah" 4 curl, lir 'I'httluhlh >
and Tlgerettes. on the court. He also work- In i
Homecoming game will oe rehearsals on time. Par- I At Johnstown Moody officiating. ,... hunvrrj. : .lililli'lul Irciilt, orI'lorlilit.
The Tlzerpttes defeatec played in the: gym RJE Tigers ents are Invited to assist ed with those rebounds The will be in the church i"I, KI. : 1 .. In tint, I'm Nrnofard4'oum ,
Lincoln Terriers for the firs' The Church of God In Tigers had H ten point lead .." nf U..h"VIII'; ,, In I liiiii *.r. I'nic >....
and Tlgeiettes vs\ Kelltl Mrs. Murll. Crews 68, wid- under direction of DoWltt 5.'I' "I II '1' 9'hnlUdN' slid. In- All, .
upset: of the season It really! High School from :\facclenny. Chi 1st. Elder D. R. Williams on the Hawks In the lastquarter Jones Funeral Home.OIKI 'tlHh'" 9'h.aun11nl,, 'J..rlll." ..
ow of the late Stafford L., NMTM'M' /
surprised Unfortunately our I I in., "ik it, HI' .. hl, ., "i.nkim'' /
everyone In thr pastor.! Th Sunshine Band Crews, .laiiiH' | I I'MiviiMl: ;MlntliH, ... .
of New River. died iiritiiriitlcin ritiniiit" H \ HVnn
gym. The Tiger&ttes: werr C Otte)\TIOV will have !Its regular meeting best man. Harold Chandler Tuesday In Columbus Ga. after NN. lad Itl'Hlllclll. I- I'll- II .Vniicrii'ii .,"ni. n hI' .I N I
very jumpy at first because The Wednesday Dec. 14 at 5 forward out. Tyrone and Eu- '\ : 41'!' i\rivru: t .. 1 . .\ llilr" >". IIIH \\ Ir. .1.I .w |I'h \\
Coronation of :Miss p. urn liiTfliy '10>111..1 I ) thiit .
a lingering? Illness. 111:1.1.116: : I.-H 'I!11"1411" i 11.11 i HI iiml lag in \ Iur; t. hi*
they felt they couldnt defea' RJE. Miss nomel( )mln and, m. Christmas practice will also gene Blye took over from She was born in Bradford afar/: ; /iilmviliailii.il, pntll' IIIIIIM'. ulfi*. I'll.-ml.|, ll.ittlni. i .111,1.,

the Terriers After the first their court will be held be held at this time. All there. The came ended with County on June a, 1898 the Nolle... t IV hrr4t'| \' gel uh III., I n ,I'l-UtliMi,, Wiirrnn in KplKv.II... >II.| .,I hl..... LI rlr, Iliiltlmii' ,. ,, ".1. \.l.l.,. l::"ntlslii /
hidh in
tinmull r..n,1.111111.NOTIl'K
the score 63.63 In favor of lOlKiicd. I iMiiMiiiint''' '' ,
two points ;I f the made who like to ('oitrt I'or till. 'iifluiitlon\
same Thursday. Dec 8. In the RJE persons would:! daughter of the late Preston the "l-'li. illlniiH' ... Nulo; 1 Miitiiti'. \ : UK 1'1'1'l Our .r"'oe beats
minor tflftII
by Nellie Davis the Tigers auditorium, starting at 8 pi I participate sire asked to the Hawks. hlLlilfl, No. L'HVlllt.,' I.II. w.H chlhl numcd" "'..: l.l\li lilts. llxhl, .. ..mild.l' *
and Martha Johns Williams. mill you are rmiutrtMl, I J k5.tIN5t... hli .. ,. .
Pep Squad I "l.'lori.l.i I 1911, nH unienili-il b .,, emit.,. "hI"| Ifi Ki'ilil I.' II' ,still So when. you need
, (I" -- -"- .. She was a member of 1|the ('h"I'h.r-.o.; gTili,t >. Iviiws MII inn Oil I 'licit. .a p.rl, It. nl l.< 'IiI'Bli'f '
, { .. not l I.? Kniiitr-il : : !
.I /' .. .-dI ... ..... The newly organized Pep Johnstown Klnrhl.t< I'.lal' being :Milli, > nf liv Hi>r\- Spa: : Vin'IC., : I l-.iiiiunl.; :: ; .Ul. ,: I.arln.urance. !rettMn
e. Churchnear / i
B-iptist llq| your written "li1-
I Squid under the KUt.IMI, Mollllll, Ntuu I t, '. .' tima.Yoll
:._.,A, rh.W tLYI: '+;'M-Y. t'aWl, a4 ..rIYt N,1nAIW..wSfiTy. Lake Butler. rotfltttir with tin.1 Clerk x of If un>', I'lirn,, ":,II/oC".II'/ .. h* II"1'.' {trl'S'I'v, ,tt,1' ,. ,I ( ,hita I' b.r Stat Farm Ira.
L of Mr! B. Brown superVISion// I 1.2: S Wiilnut Str |, At-
hone ('Ir,'nlt rmirl In and for Drmlfi ,. Hlllt llllH hl'l'lt IIt.' '.I IUIIT tlonal claim
r Survlvln daugher. foi l'i thli'iiiT.' Ktnrki-, network;
first performance .,rU <*uuni> I'IU11da, "|1''' yon In 'Hi" ..il.ruiinn. .,..\ ,II', ,d '
I They are as follows: Frankle M i's. Jonnle Edwards! of Columbus rcuolpt nt l Grout or iiiilil|.',. ( 'thi'iciif ujiil'' I.lo:u filing Ills thi.t tin Cliik. or-' ,.. nnil, y.." im ,, 1.1\,,> i .tilllll''il .. ,. I,4.f,UU.tl..auera-.ese
Ga.+: ul tlim notlcii, tin-" In I fllr \ 'mi .iii l lI' \\.r
one son. Rev., .. Court ,
Jackson! captain Jackson on "I' brine .lun- ..,, 'of all and call
I : IIIIIIII-. li'Vll'Uulul ( : ,. .. u lilt [II InI'li'l'U" of HUN i "nilHtul '. on ererj-
!nIt* .
William R. Crews II. L oilu'i I v\ !is. II HI>- "
Mitchell. co-ca yMazalIn; tain; Juanita Albany Irr'N .\\ln-.. ,nnt." "t'M I I':I".' iniiy .bf inti'li'il, ,/mriln' In NI*I t\i* a 'I,1| I ili.r.. .I l where. And relneDlbetl!
.' til nti I'Ill h,1I,"H f e tI'.I" > I
Orllfln. Durham. Ga; one brother. W. R. Williams .Miiillnun til suirku 11. .. ( Nil\151. nduplliiii.' \ ,, /in II. .
I : .. ThonniM. v& I'Irfn', JO'N: 1"1,
finny .N.liiiH. uul I CIIHI: too that
one out of
] "'ni" pond iiml iln rvngi
of Lake Butler anjfive tnv
Brenda Kin:!. Alice Turner : U.| !Still.."rkr' 1.'In.. nnil, .lulin .\ Maid l'ou1'1< 9'r11plpvrun l ,,.* ,il I' M I"N..I l i i
/HI Htmki\ .
find. 1lartl1lLane.. grandchildren. TorciUo. Jl.l\:: smith t'lurty ststurku. -,d iniinM, Vlnrlil' ,i. / '' hit. I 10.10): "stui' ,'It. Klurlil.i' ii"i, ,in,, i I I may save Important dot

I School Election: Funeral services! will be held Klu. I5a I 'n"rN.U I /. It 121|@ V rips or l I.-.I'lulii'i'. ,'. I'.nii.. than If you.liinunrv::::' fail: ;in:5:i, :1 ln.:r,7' ." ''I I ".. ::1 Ian 1 1IMO with StateFarm's _.. _
I II .1. I ,
at 2 Friday In the Imriiv .: .nt,*.._ l .*5,1r..1, .l
p.m. John-/ I ( will ? > i iUKitltiHt
election .
The for student nf I tinI'livult" euurt famous ___
''' -1':: ': you fur tits' cli.-f' ili'-
: town Baptist Church with Rev. ii 11. ; "
.' ''' council president. Mlsa liiiut| ) ...
; \O''U'I': >|.- 'ii\ini\: 'I' ninnili! In fl5'l inilnlnt| j ]low rates. Call
.' I Homecoming! and Miss RJE. D. L. Ramsey and Rev. George 11111:1'1'1'1:11: : H.ii, "ii HIM YS i iN'otlir US It I u i"i! Th, ** U,,,,t 1111', nf mini. l. MIIII"nlnr'-I i, j n.lu.\, I
Robinson; officiating.\ Inter- \ \II: IIIM: thi tnYr.Jaxal, ''i' .r> n / .e for dc tails t
F was held Monday Nov. 21. : IM Iniiliy, iclM-n .. tit* intl.' \\in' ," ,I1|. ., ,i 11-,
f ment \vll Ibs Iii TV-klp Cemetery : oc'i"; ,: ; :: ,, ,; ;, ::;i I
,, '
the result of the election as MM uiuli'rHlifni'il.. I pumuu' nl,' ,dthil 4 Irrull.u. .. ..f '1"In* nd| I iir'.p.'11 \ 111 It.1
at Lake Butler with De- n'K-t it ii'ii Niltno StiiluiOhnpor : .Jinlli'liil. / < Iri'iill.. 111 l > 'nnt> h'l.",141.. I I- 11I, MERRITT H.
I.. I follows: Student Council president Witt N*> Jnji5:>I. Lnuit. .., !. .\.il for tlr"f..r",, / .\ II' ." "r! l.iii.l .,"! null'''d l. Ii'tlm ..
1 C. Jone Funeral Home In .
:! Anthony DeSue. Alice Florid 111 II. IIH nuiftuliiil bf In I liiini'i'ry, NiirtluiiHt' iinii.i, / 5 >.f 4. WILLIAMSPhone
of ,. .. II,11, ,.1!. '1' ,AIIKll, ,, II\ "Ih.It" I
Turner second Slyvester charge al'fangements.Roping hillfli.r No '117110). ]Jai\" a1 :--0. 1:1715ISIS: : I p '
I : place. .
I :.. lliiiilli.ril" .
Khirliln I'l'il. lieliiK .Ult I': 15114.- 961-5391:;
III { I Franklin :3rd place. Ralph Stfr>.0!>. l''l
1 ;r I i Byrd 4th place. Terry Davis ClubWINNERS Cb'vnlt roiflsici' 1 with t'nurt' the In,'Iurl sins,, uf the d i 1."'. \VII"I Flu i .,'b.', I'. r",..ii.r,.H -[ii i .* .1.. I, "II' .d I .K" I. 117 N. Walnut St.

5th place. Write In candidates -

I Sylvesta Bright 6th

r ? L place.Miss Homecoming Is Ma-I Bradford for Sunday Roping Dec.Club 4. winners listed -- ,

Z6r'7' I' yell Durham. Carolyn Tay- In order' of placing 1st.

lor. 1st runner up. 2nd. 3rd and 4th: Special Offer!

I NI. e 1 For Miss RJE. Frankie I Arm Rare

Jackson Brenda King 1st 12 and under: Klmbu\ For-I

1 runner up. Dorthy Davis. 2nd syth Rodney Gt ffls, Jlmmle

(\ JA\'Th (P0\ N f.l place.place. Carolyn Myers 3rd Brown 13 to Cindy 19: Tommy Noe e1.I Smith 111. ,

f fi r Hand :Newt I Ernie Trlest Kelly ,Sinclair
The RJE Bund recently Joan Rolgers.i Transistor

.-. visited the Homecomln inj i, :20! and over: Bill Sherwood

t .pL .b'l Lake City and Gainesville. Mitchell
i /f it q L :1H.-: : ;. ....,;E.1:: Thursday and Friday. Nov. Harold Smith Bill CI'awfOl'd'l

I.w tl'S( ': '" 17 18. Barrel Weave
; I A Pep Rally: will be held 12 and under: Paul Brown.

Monday. Dec. 5 at the school.
Jimmy Bro'vn Johnny Lee Radio
I The B.md will entertain the
Randy Joyner. t

\ students. 13 to 19 : Tommy Smith r

Q'rvTHe Recreation News Ernie Trlest.! Kelly Foisyth.

or d'j' I The Reno recreation boys']|I I Joan Rogers I

1, basketball! team defeated 20 and over: Merrill Grlffls. 1 \
icy ., RJE Jr. Varsity boys by a I Harold Smith Bill For-, nl.

j' N ; score of 32-23. It was a very syth. Mitchell Crawford.

), exciting game from start to I Cloverleaf Race

: T finish. The recreation team'I 12 ''and under: Jimmy
IE leG was led in "orlng bv Bobby Brown Johnny Lee Paul S ,

I I Williamwlt'i) 12 points and Brown Rodney Grit fis.!! EMpg

1 "' Alphonso Jones with 7 13 to 19!): Tommy Smith. SUp

..; .iI- points. The rest of the boys Ernie Trles.t Joan Rogers' !,

.. A hl'...Rin 'II I played an outstanding game. Linda Kay Smith.
: .
I.a i
; -It, : asking all 20 and Smith.
:.i( Mi- Jackson la over: Harold
......" ", ; ;.. :' \\1' -,, I fans to come out. and cheer Edward Adklns Jerry Wads-
.11. ... .\ I' ..'. ? .i iI the boys on to victory worth Merrill Griff"' rS

I. I I .. ,""... The center Is open 4:30: to Lead
MI II. .. or. 12 and under: Cindy: Noo- nclarr
6:30.: Monday: through
'"" .. .. ... il( t ,
'I dav 8 to 11 on Friday and gel. Jimmy Brown. Randy

'f : f Saturday nl htll.I Jovner. Paul Brown.

h M I 13 to 19: Ernie Trlest.!
The Club Merlin
< Have'.k I Tommy Smith Kelly For-

The Junior Christian Club syth. Ronnie Newman GLINR
will hold Its last meeting for
20 and over: Van Prcscott.
1' I '''il the year on December 12 at
Jerry Wjdswarth: Merrill $398
I b i the home. of Miss Janet AI- Oriffls. :Bill Forsyth. just (

( diid'-fe' 706 Ida Street. Time Buddy Pickup

'-V.l Members Are
;(\ Law QS j 4pm. 12 and under: Jessie" Ray
: I Asked To Please Be Present. .
Raines Ran<1.. Jnyner. Kim
U Miss: Betsv Jackson was
I Prescott Junior Harper. at .Sinclair
.L ... 1i I hostess to the meeting onI1 our
13 to 19: Tommy Smith ;
; I No\ 28 at her home In t
t I, "; Ernie TI'IE',t. JOMII Rogers.: ]
...... Pleasant Oiove. After the '
l Louie Nose, !.
;i ,'v. . .1'7 PrviceStation
.J. meet a repast UBS nerved

..i.. e" >., 'I In 11 'i& ::i c 101 rriiA'; 1 i,"' X .:.; '. Ghent Bioxton by" )the hostess Sup Pivsident.{ i visor Mrs: Cynthia Clire Crawford Merrill 20 and over Bill Prlffls.: For Harold vth.Mitch Smith ll'' ,

,, Winners of the hlih lnt'trophies '
t tJ' ws A pr>
('hur h ::Newt Here's a 6-Transistor Portable Radio '
for, the J past month
The Ch'iih' Of Gal In were' Jessie rtnlnra 112 and at a very special priceT

Christ t. Elder D. R. William. under: Ernie Trlest 113 to I t

t .... '' pastor 191 : Bill Forsyth f 120 tnd You'll like its unique.designTHigtf quality. Excellent'' '

i ;. ; k I Sunday School 10 a. m. over.l I -
with D-a Hajl and Bro. The Ropiiu; Club will sponsor reception.. 't ; i, (

Dewl'a, ybr In cliarge a Horse !Show; on Satur- Complete with
I battery carrying caseTearphone4 iust $3.981
:Moininttorshln 11:15: a. m day. Doc 17 .it the Fairgrounds i ,

Younx! Peool- Willing Work- starting at 10 a. m (At this b.rgainprce{ you'll want several*,

,i-is: I I lypwwi I 16 p. m The

Loid's Suppr' will be adminIstered I|Recent Births I Only at Sinclair! ,_while supply lasts

durini{ the Evening! ''American Express i!'f&r/t'$6 '.
honored at
Service at 7:15.: Thichoir Bradford County Honpitali ( Station

.: i'i'e.'e efhe, r. dnv will -erve Everyone throughout Is Invited th to"! ]births announces: the following| Discover America best by car?

cs T" e.- worship with us. | Mr. and 'Mrs' Thomas! Jefferson -
\L! i Greater Allen Chapel! AMEi : Andi"'son! Raiford, a .with. care'and.buy Sinclair;
: \U\\ \
\.0 L. ]
c I Church. Rev. A. Sampson. :i son. Frederic Eugene fee. 1. '.

pastor Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paul SifcllairFaulkner's

". Sunday School 10 a. m Worthington Ralford. a son
.,-" .
with :Mii F. B Delestre inch i Charles Owen. Dec. 2. i I

'n 1'Ieol'nlnll: [ service will Hr. and :Mrs: Charles Lloyd

,. j )'I< \ve4 K5 :2 be at J 11 Lovefenst Th3' Allen Staikn. a daughter.

,&h : Lmd's Supper will be given' 1 Blidle' Dean Dec 6. !
t '
't l 1" at G pm. Mr. a flitIrs.. :Renlnmln Sinclair Service
: J- NOTICEJim Walter
:.,"".. ;. : Wayne Crowe Orange:: Park i
.: >. R S 0-. LLv 3 Corp. has a nice 2 bedrOOm i a daughter. DoiU Lee. Dec. ,

.' i-: w ( a \ ,: house and lot In Starke area] <6.< |
; for sale Only $50 down and
.t1.. <. .;. t4ta'N:<-. ', Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edward 711J!) South 'Walnut Street :mt> l South
: ,r ;f .p1. ';1. payments lik** rent. Call 38fl01C1 ,
"I' .. .. ..,, ... Pollard, Fairbanks: :ai I
.wc j
.l 'J." -- .t.:. ., JjcUamvilkIAUv.1: [ ( daughter, nw 0. ".\UI. FAiri.KNicie.: (OUNKUOIKUATOU'null : (

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For' Mr. Green


, Mizell 01 ten.80. died Tues-
day at his home in Bnlfoivl:!
after a brief illness\ MEAL
. Born In Bu Mod County heVas OR
a retire:! farmer and a. .
member of the Baptist Church.Survivors

ifita" : six sons Include, Carlos his widow Call, ____ ;i c
Ralph and Lamar. all of Ral- _
ford: KirbY. of Gainesville
and Im Maccennv\ ; five
dauuhteis :\1:0.: and :Vis Be-
atlire Johns. Green Cove
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Raiford\ Mi? Merle AAtkln- '
ron Clinton, N. C.II'S.; : C IOICEa
Anna Lora Ensll, :Maxvllle.: BAG
Mrs Sherrle etokrs Brooker;
one brother, Leamon. Oalnesvllle -
"; four sisters, Mrs, Minnie
Sllcox. Hcl'bronn' Springs/ :
Mrs Evalena Southerland A
Law lev; Mrs. :Marie Sparkman.
Lorhloosa and Mis Mat( 1ePorsyth SUPERMARKETS
H'npsonFuneral : .
t''i vices were heldat
2 pm. Thursday In the
Raiford Baptist Church with FAIR
Pev John Strleklanl officiating t
Cemetery under! direction of .'
Brannon Funeral Home Lake QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. :" ,.' J .
Butler. .R1SERYED a : ,.

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