Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03717
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03717
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Julian. Y nge:

U. of Fla. Library History

Gainesville ,

Defensive Triumph '

Tornadoes Make History Fla.32611'I

With 2nd Class A Title

-By Jim TempleStat'

!, r'' r.-r:; :,ritg)I and rod-hot Tornadoes riding/; for nnotliu 14 h moliTherefore : lnud( only 17 yaicK; In th" -t.in.iuu throughout the year

the' : cic: ,t 01 a .-ma.ihintrstellar; defense plus the timely he has luuiiM, t Slate i.n.il.s, iiuaiiisl"' one ol u. ad-hbbing t such plays.

scoring punches of All-Region quarterback Wayne Mc- prominently in 204 of the "0-> the better offensive! teams in The ensuing Tornado kickoff -

Leod, defeated a gallant band of Plantation Colonel! tal point effort of the Toi- the State, this Is a sure "Ill nadoes. prowess( beyond eompu'te.The crowd\ to their feet as Darryl-
from Fort Lauderdale 20-6 in the finals of the State
Rambling R-uidy Joyner defense has peen Lee flash halfback for the tJ{ All.
Playoffs to become the first Class "A" football h '
team has been equally effective great all year but last '.':e 'K Colonels, returned to the ; .

ever to. win the championship. two years in succession. from his fullback l position. against John Baird 155 mid-Held strip. A 20-yard f. ,r

The argest I! crowd ever' Friday night was no excep pound scat-back for the Cul- pass play combined with JL ....

gathered' for a Tornado foot- Two State Championshipsand tion. In carrying for ,05) onels, they displayed rare 25 yard running effort uy I ,.

ball game, 4,500 strong, re- two Region I crowns yard In 14 curries he pushed" skill In containing' his efforts: Bal d /gave the flashy Colonels -"

'.p''I'A"j' > magnificently tj along with the two Florida his season's total to better to get to the outside. Bard \ a 1st down. on the Torrarlo -

t 11.1-' ui'Vfd bautlj: bet.veeni Star: C.mteroii: Croatia in than 5 yards per carry for accounted for 65 of the yards' \ 3-yirtl: line Baird: icor- f t'

i > ol' the! in ,t footbiiliin.s ; three years! an average of 15 carries i ivrgarni" gained by Plantation' .and ed two plays later on a 3-

.e\ CM'i ; niauhi-U l at UHdtnf.liun lii the Plantation' fray, Mc- Whl)1!) Joyner did mt: scored their: ]lone touclulTAn: yard plunge.!: The extra point

,'; PUniat; gained Leod and Randy Joyner comb reach pay-dirt in the amo on a 3-yard burst offtackle.It was blocked.

.1' in> Us b\' ilp.i.n; ..: BraJ-n- :n'.d efforts to amass a total against Plantation. It was his was the defense that Big! Red took a slim halftime : -

i .. Jt'lvliKe' I : the Tjmaoiiu : of :-00: yards on offense. elusl.eness. on draw playa gate$: the Tornadoes: their lead of 7-8, but coming

.e, \ : <)ly dumped previously In :20! carries, mostly on rollouts and line smashes that Kept first srorlns opportunity. O.i back withtheir strong defense ".f't '
.... .
undefeated< Au'jurn-' and then t back In 1" ,
cutting Tornado drives going many their second series of downs the next half there ,, ,
dale! 24-7 In the semi-finals ,iv.eek Wayne :McLeod raced for 105 times. the Colonels' fumbled the ball was little doubt as to( the ", .
eailier. yards. On 14 pigskin attempts WhatIse can be snivl on their own 12-yard: ; line, fctronser of the teams

For Big Red the victorywas Randy got 95 tough about Coach Tony Qriffith'i here Andy Mayton recovered Billy Belote, sophomore

perhaps one of the yards. defensive stalwarts? It n i.s Shannon got 7 yards and running back, set up the 2nd T 'e

greatest ever. It meant for Wayne' scored on two short been their stellar play Uiat: Joy nor picked up a tough 3 Tornado TD with a tremend- Thirteen \\iis,, no unlucky, mini-\ ,
''Tv" 11 Tn'nrs.' who wore 1-yard plunges Into the middle :!- the Tornadoes must thank: in close to thetoll/: line '"' nnntreturn.. GatheringIn bar 1 IIH \Vn>'ni> :Mel mil. |"inrd, his '
i I .i'I' !i'i<> last fo-'t'nll) of the line and one 9- for victories in kev anincs: From the :2:!. \MrLenrt! \ rmi- a Colonel] punt on his own t
,. train Ui ilriiiu.itIf I I tltlrlinil'ilctnry /g\
ni f di' t the Scarlet inJ yard- sweep on a rollout 'against Aubtirndale. Lake m'd m for fio!I scoro. Mrlio, :<:> Filly raced :':own the east ,

Grey, the culmination, of play. McLrod cn:'ed his Clt". and! Plnntatlon In these Sa': )derma tmk a ]ili"h: -.i.i+;P sidelines for 50 yards to the \ over I'lantllll..nI.lrt 1n fJ

three veers of unparalleled\ career at BUS with a fantastic : contests! the three t 10- ,nl. from centalnnrl, ran to h,. Plantation 15 before belmt 1.I\lIt'rdal( : ,,) last I'rh'rry': night.!

competition In which they record for a first year combined dd not muster 40 ]left to toss Larry Brown m hauled down. W. McLeod staten Hero :\1c'I.c'ml! breaks 'f'r tmkli,

have lost only one game. quarterback. In just one yards total offense during the piirt-/one! all alone, a perfect that distance in two running for (-junl tiiii'liiluuii run In. t third

That toes was to Lake City In short season he has passedfor the critical 2nd half period strike for the exlia plays of 6 and D yards\ HUirter. (Oil..lni. >s>ill > "Sun, pliotn.

1964 Their record Is envUble. 20 touchdowns and ran Against Plantation they al- point. Marlle has been out- with 222 remaining In the by Eddie )taals),

I ffontiniiod On Pare Four


I; >V Stolen From Cause'In

1 Official County Publication Established In 1879 Clay Electric ManslaughterA

What is Betting to be "bi'1 hunter t.'l under obligation'
business In copper" had its to "know" what he is shooting .

wf latest outbreak here with the at-not what he "thln (i"

Smith Wins Retrial T7V Zoning Group theft of a mile and a half he Is shooting at urns the line

: of "neutral" electric power, of reasoning followed by

,A' lines from Clay Electric Cooperative County Judge T. A, Yawn In
ti 1 t I Elects Roberts poles on the Sampson ?..Don't Forget flnSlnK "probable c-3iue" t C.

But Where Is He? City graded road southwest bind Cjnloy' Jo. eptr r CJoeJ]
of Starke. Santa Claus Bush over to Circuit Court

The theft war luuoiluJ! last. on a maiioUatdilvr; charge: ui
\ As ChairmanThe week to the Bradford County' Parade Thursday the death of Harry S. Kel-
Natlce; to
Sidney Richard
grounds of Insufficient .
evidence -
lum of Jacksonville.The .
Sheriffs office, wno said that
Smith! I wherever you of his
) /guilt. 20 spans of wire were cut in 4:30 P.M. action was taken at a
are come back home. Prison authorities that Bradford Count. Zon- :
say the middle, where the wn,, :o! preliminary hearing held at
All Is art urgiven but tlv-- Sidney Smith when and! !ln> Committee held its drat
to Its lowest t, lnt. nod afternoon
sags! p Bash's request Tuesday -
Fuss LI-ut: Con. I ut\ Ap- he is located, will h.ivef.'ce .i" ni. ''inj! Tu -sdi1 night: at
again where each: end Is attached The defendant will remain -
peals -avi; ycu( are entitled! : tot escape charges! !! re,....,.,t- the cote th.ruse) and elect: I to the pole. The cutting Boy And Girl at liberty under the;
new trial. less of the outcome of tilt George Roberts. Jr. chairman -
occurred on a line that original bond of 1500.
Ln an cdd turn of events charge on which he : e and Mrs. Maurice I Betty ArrestedFor
was originally extends to the old C. M. Phillips !!- Ui-di-r oath utter being .advised -
i \vei-K. the conviction of tried. i Edwards Jr.. secretary.
] place southwest of Ktarkr- that he did not have toIcstlfy.
lie' Jackson. manhal'Jcll The Jerome Johns, County
alleged theft was discovered B And E
Deputy Dolph Reddish said Bush told Ttieirfny'
i with lootln-j! a home back Commission Chairman -
in J p.tssed
May 13a5
dvt neutral I bo--
that cutting afternoon of firing with a .23
east of Lawtey-was reversed 'when the Wilson* visited: out copies of the legislu-. The September 30 Heil-.
toml I line does not 11eeessu! 'ilyinterfere rifle through' interv:!ninfr
bv the ciitrlct court on their the act giving! the comtyuthol.lty breaking Jiulrntfln \
Lawtey property :anj brnn.i with cl elrie service undergrowth at what he believed !-
/grounds: of alleged prejudIcial founj that practically all oj c to era.'t a zonig ;" put ) the lesidence of
en r'ied bv the nrtmnv Itopl to I be a turkey.
emarks to the jury: and Improper to furnishings! had been hiulevi ord.MHnre:. He, to'' the C:>m- r.pui :,. Edwards near Hell-\!
< < co11dition"z the east
rr'jv.-examinat.in: by off In 'iire'l! ( : wi.-e" ) a "'!u'". tint "i'IP' Ciiintv! Com- "I'H'ii'i" Sp'-'ii-s' ,. was appnr- He was falling; on
'I'l prnspcutlon: crystal chandeliers purchased ni.ssion would cooperate in : rntlv solve l bv the Bridf'iid hank of New RiVer at the

Bat\ SmUh1JSn: aroundto In Europe and valued at .k f,4"V5 any way tcf help; the board He /said that the CtIIT"nt County Sheriff's/ office witht111f' time, the 23-year-old Bush
scrap price on copper;;> U about.. te';HfUdwith a companion, E.::
hear the After '
news. serving -
around 3000. come up with a comprehensive airY-St!: of two Juveniles!
less than a year of a fn- The Bradford CountySherltf's zoning law and stressedthe 65 cents a pound and the this week.Aecordinx. L. Harrell, of Starke. After
yen sentence he escapedlast estimated vilun! of the stolen he fired. Bush said: he ran
; office. In coopeia- need to plan < to Deputy Dolph
wire was between $300 ai.'t! in the direction of where '!'ie
November 2 from con- tion with Duval County auth- development of the county. ned $400. He !said the theft otcoppel' thought to have felled a rur-
'inement at the Callahan
orities, located some of the The Board decided to hol.1 male und one female, were
Read' Camp ani hasn't: oeen loot in Jacksonville' alter its next meeting on the second wire Is getting to be ehareed! with the theft at key. and discovered Kelliitn
'... "big business" in this :31 well lying on his back.
(md from since. month of in.estlg'ition! Thuriay! In January, at five rlivw valued, At $200.A .
AUo reversed was the Conviction brought all other areas. hcniliv has ben set In He called: out to Kirrrl''
charges In July 1965 7-30: I p. m. Tills date was set'
of Smith's brother, against the Smith brother. to give members an opportunity Wllllan Stanley Clay Klecttic : the luvenlle court for Deatmbnr that "I've' shot a. man.'' and

Laurence, an 'alleged: accomplice : and Sidney's wife. PeggyAt to look at sample: cop- maintenance: superintendent ID together the two carried Kfl-

In the theft of house-: the subsequent' t'al, le.s of other county zoning who reported 'jw!> lum who lived only a few

hold 'goods, including many Sidney Smith admitted that ordinances( More frequent theft. said! that the neutrnl ('IIIU.'fII'IUHat; : ; ; ,\'. minutes after being struck

valuable antiques' from a he had some of the stolen meetings; are planned when line Is used mainly to balance' ( AT I.IASANT I : novn. : Irk the right chest, to a truck

large house I former Amils goods in his possession, but the actual work of drafting; voltage under exlremelv, The Chrlstmiis pni'r.im and rushed to Starke. He was

h"m"l t fist of Lawtey. now raid he purchased It froma a code begins 'heavy: working loads on the will be presented at PIea..ant |l'onollnl'ed l dead on arrl'":al

hr.lo"orfnrr to Lt. Col. William man in Brunswick Oa. Chairman Roberts told the 7.200-volt primary line. Un- lingo Methodist Church Saturday '- at Bradford County Hospital.:

Wilson! Still on active 1'('. 17 at 7:30: Harrell. of 624 Lake Street,
Board that it might take six
"1th the Air Force: cVII l three defendants. Lawrencewas ever the load ml ht be o'i'!lock Kvervoiv: s wrlcome. had previously given the same

son and his wife had been given 15 Sidney 4 months to a year to come up switched from the primarytContinued and !Santa' ( Clan'!, will he I lvi.! ter'on: of O<- Incident: and
years. with regulations for
po'Vrtli'! nn-f storing art'cles' 10, and::! !Mrs Smith was plac- Bradford zoning County. He al.iivi\ ( On rage Six I ICandystripcrs to meet I the children fCoiiiinued! On PARe Six I

n the house; In anticipationof
ed on probation following
a with other members, exprsssed :! -
making\ It their homo
pre-.sentence investigation.The the hope tint: the city will!!! r 1 r 1C xlS. ;r
afterhis.. retirement. two men were committed coordinate Its, zoning activl- pn I r-
Ti eonv'ctlon of Law- )
to the State Prison at tits with the county zoning r
rrrmath' "ii n reversed on Ralford, and Sidney was boArd.

Inter" transferred to the C''I-
The heard State

The Community lahan escaped road camp last ,month.from whichhe 'COACH OF THE YEAR'A Health officer Jack Trawlek ic

State Bank of Starke state that the biggest: sinl-
tary problem facing the
Methodist Choir tense Couch; Iliirsi'" loiiiisclt ullli "Iay'r.. iliirlni Hit, half!
The Florida: county now Is the over
Bank at Starke Sets Cantata of title-deciding. game with Plantation last. Frlil.iy nlit.riainesUle );) abundance of flys! around

( !Sun' rhoto hy Eddie: Davis). chicken farming operation.

And For Sunday NightThe Trawlck also mentioned the
Tornado Head teams have
David Hurse seasons as his
of tank
problems septic : icic
Loan Association Frst Methodist Church wM "Coach of the Year" by the Championship. ]location of trailers. The
members of the Florida SP'\rConference Hurse-coached! team at
board agreed to hear /suggestions -
WILL ME CLOSED present a Christmas Cantata attending their BHS have lost ony 0 games from chicken farmers

"King Forever" at the 11 a. December meeting at the BUS while! winning 42 and tying

:Monday December 26 m. Sunday morning service. gym Mondav night 2. In the last, thre soison'i/ (Continued On rage;; flxj'?

In select ins nurse the !they have 32. loHt land
; .jroiip won
The 20-mmlyf choir I I.s
And Monday January 2
of coaches: cited him for his tied 2. e .. o '
under the direction of Miss 4-J '
Louise Stern with Mrs. L. J. outstanding accomplishments; Congratulations to a well!! Trim 7. 1r
This Space Contributed especially during the last two deserving Coach Horse! L511 X'
Green ag organist Solo parts -
,, '
to Publicize Bradford (
Weekly in the cantata will be taken Hospital Tree ,

Community Events by by Miss\ Stern, Mrs. Drew Firemen Make 3 Calls To Reno

Reddish Mrs. Evelyn Strunk Itolltlny-mliulml.. Candystrlper's p..ns<> for.

The CommunityState and J. W. Ritch. Rev. V, J. The- Starke Fir Depart- ment had to answer" the cull\ bt'l'l&th'r lifter Ihelr InulllloniiJ task. of il.>*corallng -

Bank Ragsdale: will serve as nar- mtnt answered three calls I.' twice because. the fire flared ChrlMlmaA' tm In lobby of llrinlfortl -

rator. Reno beginning late Monday up again. County """pltal.In..I''y. afternoon.S"renlsieg .
Accounts l new insured The Sun.lay: the J job "u e'a'l'I !tr1rer '!-
"ic'! dl V/ 30nil! atur the! Ths ,iderxe Qf ) .po
to $15,000 by !! dr': c'-M'r.j! rs; Williams! Ill forth Oak
up sot, !n. Dave: Penoy (at left). Later the!
children of the church Oni Brc-ra, 704 !hSt1'eet
Federal Iepoalt< Insurance ss : Street, Tt-as reported on fir!
they present "White Chrht- apparently! caught fir.- about :9.15 Monday! niht.: girls' sera VIsa! for hAmbujftr at thi home

Corp. mas." when s m* cook stove burner Damage was nezilslble.: nt Mr*. Lojrrn Cocomlse, president of the

.vas left :n The flr. dspart. I1okg1!tu.l zxf1st J.


PAGE TWO IUt.UUUUI> CHI' )" 1".I.c.1I1'11' ': "' :I'lUII..ennu.' .\ 'un rr uAr ..nl'r; t5,-.r"1!!!

Mrs. :Mattle Gahagan returned New President : in An! 1I11\.tll.t\ bv ilv, Mrs. Grider HostessAt [ Story, Hour Recent Births Gregory! on Dec are 9. Mr.Paternalgrandparents and

Friday from Alachua (chairman Mrs Curtis! lxlniuds t- ,
General Hospital where she; Conducts MeetingOf The slides w'.'ic lojnu:I Christmas Tea "Christmas is a Blrth':>y' Mr. and Mrs George Mos-( Mrs Gilbert Qoldwlie ol

was confined for observationand Junior ClubThe to the club by th.N'ati! mal I In Green Acres will be the theme for Swry rlson of Lcesburg, forma I Starke.

.treatment several days; Gallery of Art In \Vashlngton ]I Hour Thursday afternoon at Starke residents, announcs Mr. nad Mrs W. A. I Bill': '

last ....week Junior Woman's Club D. C. | Mrs K. C. Orlder was hos- the public library from 'J::30 the birth of twin girls, Dockstader of Lake City announce ; -

Mrs. Henry Morrison Is met Monday Dec. 8, at the Miss Wanda Williams! and: I tr.s at 'a Christmas tea last 1 to 4:15: p. m. Mrs Randall: Wand.: and Donda on Dee the birth of a daughter \ -
-I GLADYS MOOT visiting her son and daughter club house with the new\ Mrs. Jim Haamln were recognized Friday afternoon at her Chitty will be Storyteller. All 10. Paternal ffrandpa.-ents j Melissa Kay, at LakeShore

Phono bi64.0651H -in-law. Mr. and Mrs. president, Mrs Elzle Sanders as guests.Refreshments !. home on Randall street In children ages 6-9 are InvlteJ. are Mr and Mrs. Usury Hospital on December

I George Morrison, and twin presiding were served Green Acres. Morrison of Starke. 14.
daughters In Leesburg from by the hostesses :Mrs Eugene .
first An attractive gold : -
:Mrs Sanders, who was green Maternal\ grandparents are
Wednesday to Sunday. Tanner an'd':! Mrs% J1.: Ed- Walter H. Float w...inltal:
recently assumed md white color motif -vas Bradford County
of Ovieda. M., and Mrs John Greene vice president Mr. and Mrs. J. A Christmas -
L E. I
Noegel hostessto wards Jr
the the duties of presi- achieved in the Christmas Services Set announces the follo.vlnsbirths and paternal grandpa-
Harold Jordan of Orlando. were In Georgia over the BUS Varsity cheerleaders !
Mr. and dent due to the resignationof arrangements\ throughout theparty : rents. Mr. and Mrs. B. Emau-
of Wmte1 weekend visiting
H Park Miss, Jean and Mrs.\LeGear Thelma Men- Mrs.' ;Henry Chancy in Warner at a sptnd-the-nlght Miss Bettv Jane Morgan Pine Level.l\lembt'rs rooms. The tea table in For FridayWalter Mr. and Mrs. Leonard:! Leroy uel. all of Starke.
party after the football '
James game because of 111 health. the ';.!'inlng room was covered Varnes. Cross City, a
doza and Miss Gloria Johns Robbins and Mrs Honor Pastor And
last Friday night, Float 67
Howard ,
cutwork Tonda Dec
in Perry. The treasurer, :Mrs,. J. M with in Imported daughter, Tvr.n.
will be weekend M.: Chancey
of Jacksonville Mrs W E. Middleton and I died Wednesday morning at --
of Mrs Carrie SPECIAL! 27-PIECE PUNCHBOWL Edwards Jr announced that Wife At Reception cloth and ce.ntel'edth\ 'In 8.
guests his in Melrose after r Bed FellowCute.
Miss :
Bitch and Miss Annie Dirby SET $3.99 AT GEM Madge Middleton spent chicken dinner sides beforp arrangement of bronze pompoms Mr. and :Mrs. Wayne Evan

Mrs. Guy Sale visited Mr. JEWELRY ONLY.: / Friday to Tuesday with :Mrs. the football! games were a MpmVrs of the Pine Level and leather leaf fern in I. sudden illness. Massey, Lawtey. a daughter. Hlack or White
Mildred Mardis 'and' Mrs. W. bowl. Mrs.: P. G. Born in London:\ England!
and Mrs. Keith Glllingham Charlie Oakes of Galne.-; success this season. The Baptist Church honmed PPV a crystal Virginia Lee DJC. 10. French Poodle with Trans.
Starke residentunderwent Q. fouling in Melbourne. president announced! that the and Mrs. Donald Pamsev at Felos and Mrs. George A on July 7, 1899 he was an
Jacksonville the ville, former .
in over Radio For the Teenage
weekend. surgery Mondayin Mrs David Cottle and Mrs. club would sponsor! an e.nav: a surprise re<""itlon on Sun- Winkler presided' at the silver industrial engineer, a member :Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwire'of '

Mr. and :Mrs:\ Charlie Parker the Gainesville Medical Leonard Moore and daughter. contest on Americanism torOth dav evening! Dec 4. after the tea service. Gracing the buffet -' of St. Anne's Episcopal Lynchburg, Va. announr Queen. Only $11.95; at

of Cocoa, Mr. and :Mrs Center Dlann. visited Mrs. W.1.. gra'Je' students The e*- Sunday! evening service on was a gold green and Church of Keystone Height:;. the birth of a son Michael! I j, Firestone Store

Wayne Kinney and Mr. nn-1 Cadet Tom Edwards of the Gale In Dirlan, Ga over the cAYS"111 bo fudged! bv tea.'h- the occasion of their first[ white poinsettia arrangement and a veteran of World War "-- ------......,. .
Mrs Brad Locke of Jacksonville Tennessee Military Academy weekend. ers men in our government anniversary! at tht ehur,-.,. (flanked by burning Ivory I.

were weekend\:! guests of ovectwater: Tenn. Is home SPECIAL! 27-PIECE PUNCHBOWL and club members." A K:* The reception was held In tapers in silver cand(>labr'l. Surviving is his widow

Mr and Mrs. M. C. Wells: for the holidays. SET, $3.99 AT GEM: check will be awarded to the Fellowship Hill which way In thp living room Mrs Carmellta Float: two daughters : Health FactsThe

Mrs. Shellle Gerle and !Mrs Mi' and Mrs. Bob Douville JEWELRY ONLY winner and a Ceitlflcate of decorated! for the occnsio i in Harry Tison and Mrs. Wlliam Margarita and Char-

Carolyn Redgrave. awl son of Orange Park were Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- Merit for two runners-up. the Christmas holldiv them" E. Carter poured punch from mian Float; one son, Rlcnar-1 wise solution to your health problem is to con
wire the weekend will then: The refreshment table wa "a table covered! with a outwork all of :Melrose:\ and
:Mrs' Tyler Jones spent r r < Isltin Mr. and Mrs K C are spending The winner's essav Float, ; a sult a chiropractor who will locate and remove the
with their son And '. covered with" a Christmas cloth and centered by : Grace
be .IU first of the week !In Florence Gilder on Sunday.
S. C I; Steve Denmark, son of Mr daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Whlffrn. In- cloth and h"Id! 1rf'd an' a crvstnl punch bowl around Float, living in England. cause" of your symptom!;!

of Mrs. Ray Ooldwlre ,and new! ternatonal Affairs Chairman white Christmas arrange: which was aal'land/ of Funeral services will bt
Mr. and Mrs. George HUK- and Mrs. S. G. Denmark Taking pain relievers not only permits the diseased -
list baby son In Lynchburg, Va. announced tint she was ;setting : mrnt centPrpiec" plumosas fern and yellow held at 10 a. m. Friday in
gins visited her mother Mrs Starke was on the dean's condition( to progress further, but will disrupt the
the names of forelsrn Rev. and M'-s Rarmev pompoms.Mrs. St. Anne's Episcopal: Chur-.n
Louise Jeffords l, in High for the first quarter at Gordon function of other healthy
Springs on Sunday. '::! Military College Barnes- Sub Debs Plan people and service men In were presented with a ner- Grider and:! her mother with Rev. William W. Wor- organs.
Viet Nam so the club could sonal gift from the members Mrs Maurice Winsate.; stall officiating. Interment Remember is
Circle one of the Methodist: vile Ga.Among there no substitute for Chiropractic.It .
WSCS had a luncheon meet- those home for the Christmas PartyThe sponsor] a pen pal club. The I durim the party.Apprnx'mately greeted guests at the door, will follow !in the Melroa.. removes the cau;-e.
ing at the home of Mrs: holidays are Jane Adams education chairman Mrs 121 memhers ; !- and in the foyer was a llzht- Cemetery under 'direction: of

George Huggins on Wedns- from Sullins College, Va.. Sub Deb Club met Gus Kopplousos. innounre-1 end friends enjoyed thl "d table Christmas tree decorated DeWitt C. Jones Funri: A Public Service of the Northeast Florida
-' Firth from Jacksonville plans for an art show of local delightful occasion. with gold balls and Home of Keystone Height..
day. Gifts were exchangewith Barry Thursday, Dec. 8, at the L. T Chiropractors Association
their prayer partners. University, Dime Firth Gay home, with Della Wilson, artists to be held in the library angles.Othes. The lamily requests u atflcwers
Mrs. Thelma DeVine of from St Petersburg JuniorCollege vice-president, presiding. The in the spring. 1 IDC LuncheonAt assisting In serving be omitted.

Urbana m., sister of N. L Dave Long from devotional was presented by Mrs Eugene Tan'ler. InnA and raring for the guests Active pallbearers will bt
Woodburn, is renting the G. FSU. Lynwoodp Walters from Sue Douglas health chairman, thankedthe Holiday were Mrs. Paul Bridges: Mrs Francis Chlappinl, Nick;
T. F. Howell Mrs. J. E.
S. Newcomb house on Pratt Furmnn University, S. C The club planned a Christ- members for brlnvln l'in"hrnn' m"etln fry Den- Chlapplni, Murray Siporell
mark, and Mrs. Joe Glssv. For
Christmas gifts to this m-et-I the best deal
Street. and Dee Walters from St mas slumber party on Wed- mpmb\ "rs o' W T WooinVnc Alex Livingston Bill Bvlou!
Mr.\ and Mrs. Charles Har-J Johns River Junior College. Ing/ for the cottage of girls at I Approximately 75 guests> and William Willis.
nesday night Dec. 21. The Chanter: ) was held 1 We'' -al'e-1' between the hours 3
and will visit Mrs. Members of the PresbyterIan Sunland Training Center in Chevroletor
dy family car wash and bake sale on "ecdav of last week At Ho" 5 o'clock. a new rr
Hardy's mother, :Mrs. G E Sunday School will present Nov. 18 was reported as oe- The [gifts were taken to aid
] ; "nv Tnn, starting! nt 12:3f'o'elnrk : '
ELlSE1l'RRA: \ HAS;;
McGauley, in Palatka on a musloal Christmas ing a success. Gainesville on Sunday.: Dee OK used car
11, when the club gave the 'JursingAdvisory PART ON PANELOn :
Sunday for a family get-to- pageant Sunday evening: at After the business meetin: The luncheon wn ser'-p'1

gether. 7:30: at the church. refreshments were served b.\ girls a Christmas party. At a U-shatvl table.v ;. Council MeetsThe Saturday, Dec. 3, 10, .
SPECIAL! 27-PIECE PUNCHBOWL Mrs Ed Ensor of Jacksonville Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, public See
Hilda Harrell!, Joyce Den- ns center' with! a Brnm1tnpnt girls from Bradford His:.
SET. $3.99 AT GEM: her mother affairs chili-man announced -
was mark and Martha Dennis. of Christmas red OPrfps *- Nursing Advisory School attended a FHA Dis-
JEWELRY ONLY.: :Mrs Bertha Pearce over tn" that the film The Riddle Council met at trIct Parker
which trailed di\vn tr noon Monday meeting at Terry
Mrs Effie Johns had weekend. of The Friendly Stranger.was Erniie JonesAt
a. Koch EmployeesHave center and was lntermln'4ler' at the Garden Restaurant High In Jacksonvillt -
being! shown at preen
guests Wednesday Mr. and Local admittances to Brad-
with pJumosa! fprn, with Mrs P. G. Felos presid- Elaine Murray participateon Y
Mrs. Cal Smith of Dade City ford County Hospital thl Xmas In Bradford Countv
Party four-member
Mrs.\ Ipstpr Crews. mart a pane:
and on Thursday Mr, and week include: Mrs. Bessie Due to the fact that Mrs ing.The
4"11.1. presided ov''r the mp"t'nor annual meeting/ will beheld patterned after the television
Mrs. Randolph Crosby of Jane Jones. Mrs. June Edwards Employees oi Koch's Dr u: "infers' had to ass"mre the and Mrs. W B.Tun*- at 8 p m. Tuesday Jan program, "What's My Line Baldwin Chevrolet -"

:Maxvllle. Saturday. guests Otis Leach Wllliain Store with their wives, husbands office of president the tluh ave ,the tnvontlon! Mrs \v 17 with open house at thr The local FHA Chaptohas

were Mrs Henry Carter and Hall Mrs. Virginia O'Np'll and dates enjoyed i vas without a first vlcenreslJent H. Nollman.! Mstort'"n. I M i ,tvITOUD "> Health Department. Committees six types of "Favorite 301 North
Mrs. Bob :McLendon and Austin Smith Mrs. Vida Christmas dinner ) : and! unanimously
part \ in vln"1nar' Silent Ni> ht were named to Plan Recipes of Home Economic.Teacheis" :. I
daughter, Gail, of.iaxv1l1e::\ Dval. and Douglas! Kersey Wednesday night at 8 p. mat "lecte-l' :Mrs Eusen3 Tanner'o HfrpniTiTn' hv M"'!" t''nra 'he meeting. for sale. Anyone '
and Sunday guests all of Starke John Parker of fill this office I'
: the
supper Garden Restauran'
Swiss belt! miisV! hix M'VMlrnnn
wishing to buy one con Large Selection New and Used Cars
The Fine Arts depirtm! n'' on
were O. W. Baisden and Mrs. Hampton; and Buford Hig- Exchanging of gifts climaxc!
th-'n read! two \\\STEI-CI..an
: Cotton ,
Rags tact member, the
Martha Holiday of Jackson- ginbotham of Maxville. the nfls In chare of the program: [ any or II
evening. Our Lot All Times.
':hri'tmn! pnpTis "ftprwh'.1"Joy Jo Kitkhl, Shirt Or Punts, home economics teacher< at
onslstlnof color slides entitled II
ville.Members to the World" was =un'! Iiiit no Clean' Cotton Kagt./ I/1
of the Woodman "The Christmas Story\

Circle had their Christmas

party and exchange: of gifts

at the Garden Restaurant "V -
Tuesday night of last week

with nine presort Including:
Mrs. J. O. Weeks of Canal:
Stump's Department '
Point <

Mr. and Mrs. R E. Firth! C)
flew to Fort" Laudethe ov..r"
weekend to visit friends. 6

Mrs\ Firth will visit her the : heather
many 1ooI (
daughter. Diane, at St. Pet- { of ks

ersburg Junior College next

Sunday: to Thursday anal Diane -

will return with her for r ,

the holidays.! s r "
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Week.

of Canal Point are sjxndiiv {

two weeks at their home hero !t!
and will have as holiday 1 r.. t r .
Mr and!
guests, Mrs; Ponald 1 j
Andrews of Keystone Helsrhts r,,.
and Mr. and Mrs. B. Cohin k
of Havre de Grace Md. *t e' +
The Methodist Women's

Sunday school class had a Our ne-shap f parates .'.winter.;, zed .
Christmas 'winner" at the GAr-
wools made racey with pinstripes and I s t
den Restaurant Saturday t
night honoring their hus plaids.A whole -collection fIn

bands. live and kick-y color-just in ,

Mrs. W. A. Stem, Miss time forthe great mixing season ahead.
Louise Stern and Mr. Paul I i
Sizes 5-15. Sweaters, 3440. ,
HutchIns attended: the Jacksonville -j
Symphony Conr 'rr _'. ;

at the Civic Auditorium I
Zig-zag trimmed spare rib
Tuesday night.Mrs. .
Heather wool tuck front "
Henry O'Hara returned : hipster k ;ut .1
Friday after three weeks era
visit with Mr. and Mrs L. C. B. Cutaway Jacket, fully lined,v, tj /

Smith at Vero Beach end: Mr. ( Print'n tucked long-sleeved shirt, My. + a it H t' '

and Mrs. Larry HerbranJ. at No waistband A-skirt" ''Y ; A' M }
Daytona Beach. I,
Laura and Valerie Brown C. Link-trimmed wool popover .v

of Macclenny: spent Thursday Plaid A-skirt, .* t ttP 4
to Monday with their grandmother J St 4

Mrs. M. F. Brown. =
D. Striped wool
slipover with
centered diamont .
Mr and Mrs. Roy J. An- ) rt'd? 4 w
$O0, No waistband :
drews of Jacksonville wen taper pants /d: t r

Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. R O. Dansby. E, Turtleneck slipover, f'9' ;h at !
SPECIAL! 37-PIECE PUNCHBOWL :: Pirv'''bad fly front pants rt '
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12 Transister Radios

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2nd at Half Price at your

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St. Mark's Women I

Discuss !'
Of Child's WorldThe

Women of St. Mark's!! mm 7 p.
GLADYS MOOTY Episcopal Church held their
Phone 964.0651 I monthly meeting Monday
nIght at the home of Mrs O
L Bensley on N. W-iluut I
Stork Shower !, Street with Mrs. J. W. Kin- '
Given At Lawtey cald ns co-hostess. |
Mrs Edward Burns, III'.-'
For Mrs. NormanMrs. vice-president, presided oven,
the meeting in the absenf 3!
Carol Coleman Nor Mrs P. J. Novak.: Mrs. Her- '
man 1 j I bert Thomas nave the devotional -
night J I The topic for dU-mason -1 I II
given I was "The Child Wl'id"
and I and the obligation of parrn's' delight her LADIES' CAP.DIGAN .
home and adults toward tht children "
teyThe I of today. The question! with DRESSY ; S EATER ,
asked how many parents are

ered and Bass!! setting their the children right to examplefor fo'low / BLOUSESSO 2k 1\\ 399

doll the Mrs. Kenneth Orider. Mrs :.

I P pink special Novak and :Mrs Stanley Noe- many styles we can't begin to describe (them, f i-\' ',,1; 1\\
: tOJ'
h, "ter. gel were elected dcleaat( :; t > + '
frosting but they're all wonderful new fashions. Over- 99 '' r '
or the District\ meeting in Jin- t
ees. Keith I wiry to be held at St Johns blouses and tuck-in blouses in dacron end toN 2 100woolsor- .,+ P
Two : '' :Mrs Cathedral'; !Mrs R E Mar- Ion, and arnel crepe with long or ii slesves. T"" Ions,or acrylic fibres .t .
and of Blain will be hostess for th( Sizes 32384044. in smooth bulky knit \
Bennett-Norman Eugene January meeting to be held! v patterns. Wonderful new : t .t
James/ tike at her home u- high fashion color
Mr. and :Mrs Harry Wil- Mosley \ I 7. at After the meeting:; members Sites 34.40, 42.46, '
kerson of Lawtey announcethe ; Gifts : Pres- I and guests were invited f Keynote fo versatile fasfu'oa... ,
engagement: and approachIng honoree Stark", into the dining room 'vliere
marriage; of their Cake : are In- eshmenu were served WOOL SKIRTS----
niece Miss Darlene Bennett etf:! by I from n table overbid with n +
to James R. A''orman. son of plate. red linen cloth and cen'ered Complete her holiday ward. .
Mrs. J. E. Norman, also of dolls. with an antique silver: fruit robe with a smart A-line or t, a'lwII

Lawtey bowl holding: an arrangementof slim skirt. Skirts} with un- i k I ',..
The wedding will be an relatives white chrvsinthemum; usual detailing, in holiday 399 i I '"'
event of December 30 at 7:30: ion. and holly Interspersed A-ith pastels and dark colors. sliming trimming
p. m, In the Lawtey First red velvet bows anti:! cent 'rel I
Baptist Church. All frtenttt Altar : Siam!: with a Annie of manjanli Sizes 8 to 13. -J----' t
and relatives are invited! to Plans an wood. All appointments were k STRETCHPANS
attend Mon-1! of silver. Mrs. Kenneth Gilder .
presided at the coffee
DKG Meeting held St. I with I I I sen-Ice.
: last coh?,:;- 4H'M'
Set For Dec. I 16 home l I Birthday Party 399 599
em, tach'J' For Darlene Jones FOR NO-IRON NO-WRINKLE to
Mrs. :Muriel Norman, pro over I with I I j
chairman of Alpha Nu Plans )I by the Beautifully loilo"r crossics....i'h' or
gram ] Darlene Jones celebrated
Chapter will show slides at their II decora- her seventh birthday Saturday DRESS SHIRTS \ ",,''hout stirrups,'tasuit'your''ony. ,'
t f ro.t.,block, ,and new high
the December 16 meeting; of at St. >:! were afternoon when her: t navy .
Delta Kappa Oamma In Lake 7:30: on home mother, Mrs Cordon Jones, Luxury r coiors.Sis.s6tol8.' "
Butler. tim j table 12'' I t 3"Now r
I gave a party for her
The slides:! have bten made' A party : decor friends between the hours Fabric
over a period of several years I of the I sweets.< two and 3:30.: ''I a no-iron shirt' Idol'rtalty,footi,lilt, .
and will be used to demonstrate cof- The Jones home was dec- > tint broadcloth,It 6SSdacron-35cotta" a '
the program at DKG I 9:15: I! Johns! orateIn:! the holiday; motif: I ItOI' SPORT : : toot dritf to a crisp Finish,slays 'frtsh and 4 rt + (
and the local chapter's part 18 in bowl. the occasion. The refreshment ""'" 'E--'"" mat looking all day. Assarted collar Itylti; r b"'i'woe
in these activities.! As past I Mrs. : table was covered: I convertible*wee Sizes 14'/i' la IT, Yw u
presIdent Mrs. Norman rev rick Mrs. I with a birthday cloth anj r_'+ _' t
presented the chapter officially I I Father di- I centered with a birthday SHIRTS I w _*. ___ SAME SHIRE IN BOW SIZES 6 ib 1" t f

at various workshops! vbt. cake. | MOMS PAJAMAS !' '
and international meetings was ed The young folk were given
and has been instrument! in I' to I birthday hats whistles and O p O BROADCLOTHS _/ Vs"} t'' } ,
stimulating growth and In- balloons as favors a unes! | r '" OR
terest in the program.At < tickets! and refreshments(' enJoyed. 199 99
the December meeting.Imembers Gives : by 5 p. : i 2 3 first on her list,, '/ '
17. /
contribute to the For :Mrs Jones' daughter Mrs f .
World Fellowship Fund DOWN'A Carolyn Crlbbs, of Gainesville '
which Is used to aid in the The Have assisted;

education of young women I Club of j jI SEAMLESS e*(%;( j) y \ J'J'Just
from around the world: in a High School INCLUDING NO-IRONS! Sanfafs.d bronddolh a
I American institutions of I Lorna i I PTA Hears Y* In solid tolort and ,
, higher learning. They then their First I what he wants is sure NYLONS ri priors;warm sonnet. '
return as teachers to their munity held a i Choral Groups to be in this tremendous in coney prints, sia.. ,
native countries. I The II sir A, e, C, a, '
selection ,
I I : Ivy Leagues, /
President Lucille McLen- covejed of Mrs Diana Ilami presented Regular and Hi-Boy styles REG. 79t. f
don Indicated that criteria cloth : her BHS choral groups in .1 in iridescent
selection members will runner of Christmas rah
for : of : covered medley caroi ek-
be discussed sine, vacancies: I at the high school PTA meetIing plaids, oxford cloths, '
and embroidered trims CANTRECE
for membership will be filled j 1 elabra! with a I Tuesday night in tin'
at the next regular chapter] with I ar cafeteria. Carefully detailed-long \ SEAMLESS PLAIN I V VA

meeting. I II ver slender I,I a n Mrs. George Flynn J' tails. Sizes S, M, 1, XL. SEAMLESS MESH
I Mundy. I' first vice-president, presl-le:
The :! at over the short business meet- I boon> la your Christmas gift,' budget, tiff
Little Women table 1 j Ins and Rev V. J. Rag.dalc: penal saving on shier, clear, .rlnkl..fr... .
GiftsThe garland: n and gave the devotional. Stockings in fashion right" colors!Sites 5'/i-l 1. b SWEATER
Exchange tersper!< ; de- The next meeting will be

met Monday Little Womens night to make Clue pace balls mantel: :! J<< : 'I !I I Back:March to 21 School night on i FOR FAVORITES BOYS ,

decorations for their Chl'lst1mas taper )I :Teen Dance Set Ir +

23. formal to be held Dec cedar candles I I At State Farm 'I99 to E 99 I

After a short busings balls will b<> ,
meeting the girls exch, 1 tlled enjoyed : '. A Christmas time teen PAMPER HER IN GREAT STYLE P Solid co"poor fancies and ..
/jrifts. Jayne Hardy anl Martha After : dance will be held Situiday
Dennis served as hostesses. work : I Dec. 17, from 8 to 12 p. m., t claiticpullov cardigan and
gifts o':Intl: : at the State Faun Employee* Wonderful gifts in gleaming 6' r sh Ls,
:Mr Club with music providej by t ,. .. leathers, vinyls, terry-cloth, b Sues6to18. 1 e
on The Jades $1 l per person Refreshments corduroy, felts and long hairs P ,.1 ,",
and Chritma in styles and colors to suit ,,.e ":'- { 'wr
Con- goodies will be servjd. Stu- q every gal on your list __ .ycey111 iytC..a t'
\ whose i dents are asked to went
TERWILLEGAR sam?,: school clothes or slacks.DixonHenry .
those: i

: ,; A.
Mrs. O. O. Dixon announces -
HAVE YOU the approaching mar- + 99 BOYS LOVE'EMy! ? .
I ilag- of her daughter Mary ]
to Larry Henry son of !Mr SPORT SHIRTS
OUR BUDGET ? i Bi-ooker and Mrs. Isaac T. Henry of vat h -

to a '
The we'Jdini will be an &
lodge I .t.t
event of Thursday Dec 21! r .
: Dec dR!", ,. s jfiorp ly and button
at 7-30 at the Air Park .
: m.
p. ?
YOUR !:! to S % $ it vn tlS ark g
HAVE Baptist Churcn. d ,
!and 299 h, p ponltyp z
I' All trlf'T1d.and relativesare 1 ;. > n't and T i tf S Si
REPAIRED erv- Invited to attend. j o
i I e'fa t! e iflu'on tli
f (( urs all
1 .11 100% "" We Will Be Open /

"'M. Afternoon thru i
NO MONEY given 20.a Christmas and Fri. Nites r/
early the Until 9:00: .P.M. &*fe l --r -af Srr

1 Christmas holidays rJ tty Firestone Store -- _._-
Bennett. Commodity Super- ,I I
visor. I

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II treasure.BIGGEST BRACELETS WATCHES + O Lord Bux.ton 11th Graders Jewelry
31efli/t1l( I t
NECKLACES [FOR Bill Folds (:gel Your Olliii.il
Values in Town! -1 BIRTH STONE: RINKS;
1 )MOTHER'S RINGS j AS ('011 AS. 0 Lady Buxton At WILLIAMS JKAVEMM; : ; : I
eWfLRY From (Hank : JEWELRYHas
$QQ.95 Financing: $1 0 $22.50 up
4> 7 up Available Diamonds* It To Fit
SPIDEL HANDS O Cultured Pearls I Immediate !Jelh'ernr. t
Weeks on Special +Order) .. Pocketbooklts.y.
Your Christmas Shopping at Williams __ Where Your Business Appreciated Every .

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Tornadoes Make History TORNADO
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,- SPORTS i i;

With) Second Title t t-, T A

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I tcontlnuoci Fun, ",e'< >neJ J
Orange Park Pulatka. and I most improved plu.vci) on Ill' Football Award E
3rd pciuxl :MiUle: :r: .mi, < t ,
extra point specialist, pui Holies will be entering the game by sacking 7 points Set S lr
Biff Red out in front 14-i-, i Conference competition for in the first 16 minutes of Banquet

In the closing moment-! >' I, 'the spring sport season. They! play. In the socond hilt tluMcLrod '
the name the Colonels tt\'lea have played a.- an independent brother! :and Lair.v,For Thursday
1 13y '11w Temple
Out down desperation un I "" for several :jears. III Brown mine on with 4 minutes s?
nlnff play from their own 14 making; the 'tmounceine.it left in the 3rd slll1.1lt.:. ., Tho Annual Football B.ir: f
yard line. They needed 6 the school administration l give the team a boost.. W. quet. sponsored by the Bran-
yards for the first down bu! i' felt that conference memoei- McLeod led the scores in iU.' foid Quarterback Club wii, Lust' week I noticed some s
only got 5 and Big Red 1.<'01> i f9 ship would upgrade the quality Santa i Fe game with 15. fol- be held tonight Thursday1( thing about the PlantiiUon peAtYt P rRdta3 h ys K

over on the 19 yard line .x of the Bolles athletic program lowed by Greg Reddish: 7. and at the Enlisted Men's Club a' team which en unlit my utentlou -
from which point they moved Bruce Jackson 6, to "rnun.i Camp Blaiulinx. Time for the They shouted "SI- Roger Chiison ami 1 Larry ISrovtn rack I'liintullon! 'nu,'.
In for their last score: V/ | .. 'j out the I leading! point makers.< '': affair will 1 tx<; 7:30: p.m. VA" and had sinus with tIC: listed fur. u liiit IIISM. .. ut crucial point of KUIIII
McLeod got the final TD 0:11a : I In the Fernandlnu Beach! :, Ed Kcn.slor, a member oi' same word on them.} I consulted

1-yarder and the extra, BBS CagersIn waste Adklnson was still ex-', the University of Flordia my desk copy of Web- ,. .
!{ fense, arc dl t'I'vln': ol ill >ne I with the Dunedin ChristmasTournament ;
point was! blocked maker i, imentlng., tiyinu to llnd':!''coaching staff, will be tin sters Dictionary and this' is Bradford Counu.m Championship
the final score 20-6. i.w i. the right combination. The: guest speaker In making: tae what I found: praise Trophj .
can lavish them. They
Larry Brown and Joe I, OrbitWith Pirates were no match for I I .announcement Club President "A Hindu God who iepie-1 were simply "O.REAT1'! GO BIG KKI; !
Reese were outstanding in the more experienced TOl'l1aI I, Drew Reddish indicated sents the principle of de-I The 1966 Champions have
the fray, along/ with takle| does and fell behind in the that this year's banquet, honoring structlon ." :
Jim Godwin, Ronnie Tomlin 2 Wins' first quarter 17-3 A biff 3rd the 1966 State Champion I don't have to wonder I been an exciting group to I Y1TE RIGHT POrVT for Ute
Vi I! follow. It has been my teiil ,,
son, and mlddleguard An I quarter !good for 20 polnU Tornado football team, whose destruction they plot WilY you write.. Come In and l
I pleasure to be closely associated -
Mayton Linebackers Leaton i Pi opened a wide gap which was would be one of the largest: ted But even the ancient pi-ct| your favorite ESTI R.
I with the team mernb"-! '
Morgan and Roger Chiison COach Warnty Adkinson's never closed W. McLeod( ever held gods' couldn't help the Col- BROOK fonntuLu pen. 'TELE-
and from observation
along/! with Billy Belote and 1966-67 cagers ate off playing mostly In the second Each year the coaehiw onels. But then, who could? my r.lt.VPH.
Randy oner, turned m running with two half pumped in 13 points to staff; awards trophies to members They were up against", the i they have made a lasting:: ?
eontilbutlon to athletics and
stellar performances In the Ih.Ien"Iu'h Tony (;rlffllh gets w welllfwei I *.,-d ride under their belts In just arar.I I lead In that department : of the Tornado team who toughest Class "A" team: In to BH3. Their spirit and:'! de- 12 Transister Radios
Championship /game. Paul many starts The The Tornadoes will travel have excelled In the :>Po rt. the State and knew iti!
nhuiilders utter historic tltl.<>-w Inning K; nu>. I termination and success!
on Torm li> KCK. Siie.)5!);) 1 for $12.$S
McLeod and Marlie SanJcrson -. opened the campaign against to St. Augustine this Friday The most coveted awards have It would be useless to ti.-
proved again that they Santa Fe last Saturday night night for an encounter with been those given to the OUt- to add phrases to des rtbe should serve to in>plie futui" 2nd at Half (Price at your
Scarlet and clad Toinntioes I I
are two of the finest deep(( Joey Reese. with a 49-40 triumph and the Yellow Jackets. The sins standing Player: the Out the great Tornado team of Grey
safety men In the State 7 Tornadoes I Tackles: Andy Mayton and then stormed past Fernan-, over Santa Fe and Fernan- standing Back, and the Outstanding 1966. 'The 11 boys on the I I to even ;greater heights; |I Firestone Store
I predict Coach Adkin.wn'sroundballera
Congratulations to a rouvj'i!' Jim Godwin I dlna Beach Tuesday with a dina Beach gives Bin Red a Lineman for the year. field, whether offense or rte- I
and tuff defensive unit that' Guard: Roger Chilson 'lop-sided 6538. 2-0 record. I In addition, several other trophies wlll- -; Trail will come home,i
really stick their foes On Fla. Star Backs: Wayne :McLeod and In the Santa Fe (game, BK are presented at this whIch include: I
Class. Load Line WesternPleasure.
STATISTICSBUS Randy Joyner. Red CaHers had difficulty In AdJullable'Inyl! Book I
PLANT The same Tornadoes were I the first half as they held\ Covers. All sires 30 cents ea time.Another award, by the; Barrel Race West
First downs 12 7 ConferenceThe named to the AllRegionteam only a slim lead of 20-19 at at The Telegraph. Quarterback Club, that Is always ern Horsemanship Flag '
Yards Rush 245 M fAll chosen two weeks ago intermission Bob White the I welcome is the presentation Race, Open Riding, and Keyhole My Car

Yards Pass 14 38< by sportswriters in the Region I of Tornado jackets to Race. '
Florida Star Conference Jack Pot Roplnz; Is scheduled
Passes 7 13 I I area. the boys) who have ea'aed
Passes Com :J 3 i named seven Tornadoto '" At the same meeting the i I their first varsity letters. for 8 p. m.: 1-. Calf! .
Passes Inter 2 0 their 22-men All-Confer group voted. to accept BoUes Terwillegar Motors I Roping 2 Hard and:! Fast Cost Less =

Fumbles 2 3 ence squad lit t their me-tii'-, School of Jacksonville as t i I Brokas Paces : Team Tying: 3 Ribbon

Fumbles Loet 1 2 :Monday nlaht: Those named: member of the Star Conference Roping
Punts 6-43 4-45 to the mythical ream w.'re: The members now ara.t: I KHS IndiansIn A trophy and five pUce With A
Penalties 135 60 Ends: Lar.-v Brown tad Starke. Lake City. Live On A, ribbons will be given In each
.I USED CARThe class. Three high point trophies -
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/ 59-50 Win
will be awarded at the
close of the show for Mie

2UII/i oiaiFOR Keystone jumped off .U a contestants who rack up the BANK'AUTO

I ten point lead in the first most points for the day.
9 : quarter and made this \Vnnors For Dee, 11

I gin hold up !> mal"1: Some events were rained
defeat previously out at the Fairgrounds last ;
Taylor of Pierson there Tues Sunday. Winners of those
: day night 59.50. I that were able to be I'eld
The Indians, paced by Stefan are as follows I Iin order of LOAN 1

Quality Gifts Thai LastCamera '67 Ford Is "RED HOT'These I Hewitt Brokas with with IS 19 points and, Carl took!!,I placing I :Barrel Rare

the initial l lead? were outseor-l! 12 and under: Johnnie Lee ;J;

BIG BUYS TradeInson ed In the second and third Sandy Morgan Keith Jon s. --.,;
Dept. Jewelry Dept. GIFT DEPT.POLAROIDS are quarters, then!! picked up a Rodney: drffls.
three point majority in the' 13 to 19 years: Ernie
Hallmark I final quarter to remain undefeated Trlest Tommy Smith Kt-lly
Large SelectionCOSTUME CAIJDSFENTON 67 'Red Hots'$1951956Ford in this reason's' Forsyth.) Joan Ropers Yup if you want to save money on
SUPER 8 MOVIE play. \i 20 and oerHarold: : Smith.: the 0\ et"all cost l of your next: car financeit
ART (;JLASSNOKITAKE :I Fred Wood was hinh point Bill Sherwood, Donald Boles simply, quickly, and economically the
: man for TaYlor This defeat Charles Jones best
TAPE RECORDERS DIAMONDS CHINA leaves. Taylor with a 4-1 season -! Barrel Weave way you can-

Pick-up record 12 and under: Johnle Lee
We Rent t Cameras and HIHLES Carl Hewitt, making his I I Jimmy Brown Kimbo For- Get A Bank Auto

Projectors ; .JEWEUI'ICTUHE FRAMING: ; V-8 debut with the Indians, looked |I syth Paul Brown

promising as he !scored 7 I 13 to 19: Jerry Lee' Tommy: Loan HERE NOW!
FO and 4 FT. Smith. Ernie Tilest. Joan
Diamond Saving Stamps Given With Every Purchase The Keystone girls wcrei|: Rogers/
$7951961 Ford Pick-up defeated in their initial same!! HOME: OWNED---HOME(( OPERATED

40-33. Debbie Klngsbury led I
the offense with 11 points. I
12I'!> Wheel ILL..e. (ONE (OWNER.;: The Kcvstonr Varsity will Basketball ShoesPro The Community State BankOF

KO for their third stra'.iht: (Uy Converse; ) T.vpe

I win Friday night: alFt.. At YourFirestone
dI' White hosts the Varsity, the I STARKE

$1195 1 1 -- 1964 Ford Pick-up i i I Girls Score ond by the quarters B !squad.: I Store MEMBER\ : .F.. D. I. C.

I Keystone 17 12 14 18-,53:> .
Custom Radio Heater One
Cab -
A i Taylor 7 13 17 1350
Owner. Like New. Stefan
I Brokas. 7-5-19:
Carl Hewitt 7-4-18: D 0'-
V I steen, 2-5.9; Johnny M<>on. CHflXSTMA.S1R IPrnCGil
PUT $2951956 MercuryFordor 1.5-7: Tommy Trieste. 148.

Automatic, Radio Heater, RJE Stands
Good(; Transportation.:
3-0 With Two '

1 $895 -- 1962 -- Ford GalaxieTudor ,Wins In Week VALYESFAMOUS

Coach Bradleys RJE Tiger
', \ -$, Automatic, Radio, basketball team continued its
CHECK Heater, One Owner. I winning ways last week by''' #
defeating Macclenny 86-61 "
!. their Wednesday night en-| )!HWm ROGERS *
TO WORK 1964 Ford Falcon I encounter and then in a return st
k $1095 -- I battle on Friday night| '_ ih SILVERPLATE

they almost duplicated the
Wagon Air Cond., One Owner. I score with an 85-63 victory. ; dum.t.r, sowt 12h, .r'''' )s Gxxw x .. nr
I Harold Chandler continue'

his torrid point-scoring pace
1966 by dropping in 37 in the first
$$2395 -- Mustang game and 17 in the secon.In .\.I .
!1 r ?
three games to date the > : r + f r

V-S, Automatic. Radio Heater, flatly scorer has sexed up
m fy.. Deluxe Trim. Like New. 81 points for an average;; of':
27 per game.
Eugene Blye led the Tigers!
last Friday night In their: '
Let Part of it Grow For You in a $7951963 Ford Econoline homecoming victory overMicclennr
I : with 27 points. I| { ROUND TNT, ol.m.t+r 12yj'
The RJE girl's team lost y.
Savings AccountAT Van food; Condition. One Owner.
both their games to the Mac-
clenny quintett dropping! > the'
$15951965 Mustang first 37-21: and the second fANOWICN TRAr, 4

Per Annum 39-29. Naomi Jenkins led the

. 4 5% scorers In both games with 8I I
Quarterly Anticipated Dividend Rate
V-S Four Speed. Kadio.: Heater, points.
\'in) I Roof One (Owner/
--- I Roping Club
The Perfect( <;!ift for those who have everything> (or nothing) Man, $195-1959 Chevrolet Wagon Horse Show i COMPOTrl

Woman or Child five; an INSURED SAVINT.S ACCOUNT: i ,

I You can purchase one for as little as $2.50) Come in TODAY! This Saturday
(ONE: t()W'Nlal. i .:a / CAD THAT,tongtti 1214*.

I The Bradford Roping Club I II BUY New USE OUR EASY TERMS Off LA 1A-WAY PLAN
will present a Horse Shov on

? Savings and Loan AssociationOF URWIUWARMOTORS I Bradford Saturday. Dec County 17. at Fate the Tiie INTERNATIONAL 9ILYCX CQUfAHY

; grounds The first show will

: STARKE I start at 10 1m... with' other

events scheduled at 1 p. m. Dress and Gift Shop

213 North Temple Ave -:- Phone 964-6500 Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and ] and admission 8 p. m.charge.There will be no I Ll'S

Union Counties. 132: E. CALL STREE'rPACE
An entry foe of $1 will beI I
i charged for each event.


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After /graduation from Brad- dial invitation to the publicto located on school property d t Kerr-McGee Buys California. I state's 18 electric cooper- -
ford High School she attended join in honoring Miss R-d- the intersection of SB 239:! Funeral services will bat. I atives. A CIM.llled1'' In the TKI.K> THE ICKillT POINT for the
and Is a Km.iuate:! : of the I dish by Coining In the services and Quango Street. Ofjt Mbv More Property held at 2 p. m. Saturday at i (H .\I'n bring rxHiiiK.THE u-lm't your favorite. EISTKK-:! :
Tennessee Temple Schools for the day and the reception said. It will have a capability: ', Near Brooker the graveside in Santa Fa,, Union County''" CROOK fountain pen. TELK-:
Chatt moola. Tenn. that will close:: the of 40 classes> an will ICODmmodate Cemetery with Rev. Burton I KIGIIT POINT fur the way you. write. Come In and
Miss Reddish silt 320 students.' officiating. Interment will'' Newspaper GRAI'11..
was day's activities. day Kerr-McOee: ClJrp"l'10.1 ,, way you write Cone in sod
from her home church-I'lne Additional students and adults -I' has! purchased an addi'loral follow in the family plot with Will Continue .wlect' your fuvoilta. ESTER,:
Level under the will DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ,
Baptist Rotary Hears attend night classes 105 acres of land near Brook-I .
auspices of the American! the speaker said.; f-r Home- In charge of ,arrange Ray Powell. publisher
M I er proposed: ; phosp:1Ittc.mlnln' :
BoavJ for World Evangelism: Progress Of New The first phase will Inc l.t! '' { at .i cost of $66.1100.1 j ments. the Union County Times, has
and World Baptist Fell.rN- Vo-Tech CenterA Instruction in repair anal:! I as! Inllcated bv a :''eed filed| announced that he will con- Harold
hip mission boards: cosponsored ;': maintenance of firm marh- ,, In the clerk's offce this wt'ok.I I MAYOR CHITTY NJIEDMa tinue publication of the r '
by other churches of finery and equipment: but the subscription -
progress report on the e"re-I 'ol' Randal F. Chitty of newspaper I
like faith and ordar. new Bradford-Union, Area tarial. stenographic ) Starke has been appointed to I rate will be Increased to Yarbrough i u
A representation of the Vooatonal-Technlcal Training clerical; supervised food se-j: :MRS. IEILWILUS serve as tice-chatrman of the $5 a year, effective January
membership vice: distributive eduoilo: :> SERVICES SET SATI'IHIAY r
local church J
ail Reddish ; Center was given at th.1Rotary I Florida League of Munlctpalltles -
I end members of the family laboratory classroomauto- Invite all Ms friend
Club Wednesday oy I Mrs. Leila White Willis. 73 committee on Community Powell had previously! an- :
[> Is Sett will be present to welcome Ted Oglesby, director of the mobile mechanics: mn.1or appliances of Graham died Wednesday 01'OWtJand Develop nounce.1 that he would suspend $
oy a' repilr and electronic : and customers to see
her home as she arrives ( program.Ogle&by. : 1 in Green Cove Springs! after I ment. Major objectives of publication of the paper
Pine Level Tmescn Airport at 9:44: p. rn. i said that bids on techiiolCfgy. Oar'.esbvsaid. I. a short Illness. She was !h)D.11 I this committee will be to I because It was an unprofitable him at once. He has r "t
Saturday. the first phase of const1ICtlon : Irk Titusville on Dec. 26, 1893: emphasize! the development operation due to lack of _
1 This Sunday has been duslpnated would be called for in and had resided! in Qrahun of municipalities .througn advertising support. The ')resent just selected your next .'
Pine Level Baptist Church as "Gall Reddish CARP OF I subscription rate Is $2 _,.
; January with construction for more than 50 years. She better understanding theirresources. ,.
; planning! special services'or '' Day" with Miss Re'idlsn'' scheduled to start in Febru- wish to express our was a member of the Christian I per year. locally car. _
Sunday. Dec. 17. In recog-'; sneaking at the morning 'vor- ary. The first phase shouic sincere thanks to the man Church. I :.
t iltlon of missionary sevices ship hour. At the close of the be completed and r':ady fuse -.: friends who were a great help; Surviving are two son. HAMILTON REELECTEDZedra You 'an tot; in Touch
, endered\ by Miss Gill Redl.sh -, Sunday evening: worship with the new school wan and comfort during the loss: John C. Willis of ;Mulbeiry.[ W. Hamilton of We Will Be Open
in Peru. Sontn Ame.-ica hour a reception will be ijiv- next fall. Ogleeby said. of our loved one Rev. J. E. and Victor Willis Clearwater I With Him AlBaldwin
j urine; the past: four yeas.Miss en In the church educatirralbuilding The building to house Mi?I Norman. We thank, God for : three- brothers. Fred Brooker was re-elected vice Wed Afternoon thru
Rpdd-h i is a native:: of In honor of the mis- first phase of the training friends like you.Mrs.: Norman White, TltusvilleEd\" I Cooperative Association Chevrolet Inc.
Starke. ani is the daughter! sionary. I center will contain about 21 -i and James. White. Sorrento; and : at in Until WrOO: .1MVI.Firestone : l. ,
Albl.tl a recent meeting
of Mr and :MM.: B. D. Reddish The church extends a co- 700 square feet and will be I White of California: and one' Jacksonville. FECA is the Store
(. of mylens. Iltgh'cay sister. Miss Bertie Whit of service association of the 301() North Phone 961.3900

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;AUTO SERVICE > ., q' Beautiful' *S4w" dciign center m.. $

r; thlion with rich t...1.l hinge and 3 ( and :
.- combination for comfort
Gilbert S. Brown e.:. yr-/; I founded: _... Whil or *niiqu' .1 \ looks. Farex
hsf I _i'i"Unbeatable? good Sturdy finely woven i '
Standard Oil ATLAS service Station ,y, e1;;j I ::: always keeps its neat look. Great for .

TIRES!I & BATTERIES & '. "i Christmas giving. In I v y Beige, Black, :
Budget Tt'rml--Road! Service Charcoal Navy, Dark Olive Light Olive. '

-407 X.Phone Temple 964-7071 StarkeHURST'S I ;; Just wash and :

I who -.T ...... $8 them '
wear / :
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,,t*;<*>;i>W'>> >>> >x r .viviWKvX'i'ii: :; >.';';t'jriiii'; >if i'i'j''i"y; ; N/ r Where. '
SHELL an ... :
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, Service Station GIFT BAH I SPORT

Gas Oils LubrlcttlonGeod.t'ar !GIs Huge selection of famous maker :
Tires & Batteries OUR OWN "NOStECUAFT* .
shirts by Creighten Van Heusen,
AUTOMATIC DLAtfKET :, + Arrow and Yorke. In paisleys,
t 301 and inn Starke: I' Visit Fagfes complete Hodflay iil .
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solids. Sizes S-M-L. Great
plaids, I
BRAG LINE WORKTJNDERW'.1TER Guaranteed 2 ye.... Soap-fit "$tt #:, Gift Bar featuring such famous :|iii- :
for Christmas
- I' corn r. /fit twin or full Tire 13 > N- J'r' brands as Mr. John Ties, Swank, |:::j giving. ? I -r. .: .
b di. OIOOM from a big< .. Si,' t.; Hickok, Prince Gardner, John B. f| et< ; .
WEED CUTTINGALL Itctton' of cotori i Stetson and $
more Accessories f;
I TYPES n X 90 Sing! Control 1i::;: : for eli T. oJ up
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Drag Line Work' -
Duel l _$.11 -
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ilETAL WORK =5.w'fx'is..v;. ; :XfJ'j';: :I: :;:;!:;:i: :;:;orrr.::; :,"'" e

\ heet Metal Works s e' I Ir
I Sons .: SO
-All Types :Metal Work-' PtaidtfWntt $4 !" : ...
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Heat & Air Cond. I .. u

Systems Installed 72 x 90 SIZEI.nVELY
Id. 16 E. Ph. 9f 9-to21 I .

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Get More I ( : .4. ,
YOU r I r tjr1 + ,
For Your $ $ TAnLECT-DTHS .

No Salaried or Commissioned I

Employee** 7I I VJ) .. ... a 'fIIULIDAY '
Cottons II Y1\\ .':tf: .' ;'
DAD & BRAD LARSEN : 'M '-' I .: ..' ..
LIKE :O WORK\: D.mok. r ; : .
$2 $20 '. '.
YOU Benefit! L exee TO -4 I ... ... -

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All Sues in Display tp@ci,11TUMBLER
8-10-12 WideaI'i COORDINATES(]

Baths r//

and Expandables Deck the occasion with fashionable sportswear. Each piece from

I l .tr 11? this" elaborate collection is colored the gayest of holiday shades.

New and Used I 'Ii, For a quick change slip into a skirt and poor boy sweater for

8.Yr. financing availableUse t'c'J.. that casual look.

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Our Rental-Pur i 1 3tk ; Straight Skirt _$10

chase PlanPaymentsUnder feJS.* .: A-Line Skirt _$12

550 Per :Month\ 4 J r ''l Ribbon Out Sweater $10

SETS LAZY SUSANS e (.e-.l IWQw' y Roll Sleeve Blouse __ _$ 8

LIBMYfrnm gp \ .'J Poor Boy Sweater r ..$ 3
NOW. r 3 '
: I 9 L' t'' Slacks $12
'3 From $5 3 PIECE SET

Mobile Home Sites

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Full Lake Privileges; ;;.;p.''7+?' ; F. fiir USE OUR
Homestead Exempt- i :' ;. ,ri I .....: r-I;. Iiy} ruinous \ J .I 'AQUA CONVENIENTIAYAWAY JUST SAY"CHARGE

Financing .. I 'RIVIERA' BLUE
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Ke tone Helfhts $L 9S 10 $2095 Frnm $5 COMPANION L 7 n
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----rt COUNTY e+e' era-a-. ". STAftlUlJ. n.oftIDA _.IIL.............a.,. L.GI..,." ....... .nnR wuoI >
n('mg making a noise. I i Mrs. Edwards members of
Holds Airs. and the United
Judge of
11.,11. : U1e bullet that went 1 the committee Include: Ern- AdkinsServices The Daughters. I to bid to erect a may be Inspected at the location ty loacted at the school Qua Bids will be jpened In the office -

.1 ,,. hat I shot, had gmuHI : est Ti iest, Ralph Bryant. Confederacy.Surviving property line I approximately .6 ml!. irage.junplus. I :of the County Superintendent -
Probable Cause inJ hu somebody. Tlidn. i[ Dr. H. H. Adams: MaJ. V. J. HeldThursday Z. Adkins Jr.are of one Gainesville! son A i Hampton School North. 01 Hampton on SR 2.J, I ,; property Includes used Tuesday December

; j i v Pr rxmmg: I passed b; John A. Torode. David Cout;, two daughter.Mrs.. : I property or The Board rp.! ervei the r1gIr: vehicles!! and other related 20, 1963 at 7:30: PM.
(Continue: Fiom Page One! the man." I J. FIBMGuy. Bids will be to reject any or all bids. I nutcmotlve equipment. This / Thomas L. Casey.: J.Superintendent .- ,
aliiesvil; ark! :Mrs. office of the :
Han'ell said. "I know the ) Thomas L. Ca.ey /i. property may bo inspected on
testified. upon inquiry i.Uy Copper Wire B, A. Pope. Jr., Norfolk Va tendent until 7:30: Superintendent<
by; didn't co(> It on pur- : the site. It 12-13
Judge Yawn that neither ao I 1 Mrs. Lois EdwarJs:! Adkins.: two brothers. E E. Edwardsand cember 20. I96S : :! It-12-15 ..,- ___ -__ ,.
ncr( : Bush had been drlnklia I pose.Bush Stolen Here 77. widow of the latp .Jt1t: p. W. L. Edwards both of marked "Bids for I _r .. :'
Kellum. retired Air Force was represented at A. Z. Artklni. drd! Tucidav Jacksonville; two sisters The fence shall SALVAGE'
a the hearing\ by Public Defend-:! i I be ) INri'A: ( ),-- T"" ) I1tD FREIGHT I
offr) <'i, and an ardent hunter: iI night in O'llnesville' after an I :\tn. J. C. A1kh11.! Sr.. Otlncsvllle. 'c'e.slgn::: six f6l] feet I I I I
er R. A. Green Jr. who are ,i I iContlnuel From" Page Oj el ,.. The Bradford: County; Board 01
and fisherman: Is the -..tiptiitln geed. that "culpable negli- extended illness.Misr \ and Mrs. L. L. Roina. structed of nine 191'1"I' PtbllTn! .tHlo'l: .''n Inilti's, bU::. BRAND NEW
; oi Joe Limb of Sta -ko ,to( the neutral line and '\ ?'- Adkins was born in Jacksonville.! ; and seven! vanlzd:: wire. for the) sale I III
(g( ''nce' must be "nelll1len f to ol! of slit' plus; p \ ie. ZJG ZAG SEWING MACHINE
fit.'IIS walking along the one tampering with the hate B.muvell County. S. C. 0.1'' (f rand children.] post will be 'I
a gross or fiaK'ant ehal'a- er'entpiling :
river bank at the time of thtiinntlng. I j,I fw line would be 'electio- July :20.! 1889. and moved' i u. I Funeral services! ware held!I mediate posts II
( and had apjroac'ifJ ferenre!: reckless lndif-i cuted.Reddish: I lawtev at an early: ag3 with I II at 3 p.m Thursday in th- !specified not I Bed Fellow i '''linhtl.v I scratched l, has original i guarantees. I
to within 78 feet of Hush.: I !': for and human: life" on tIpI -, tild that the area her parents She ,.ttenjc-'l Flist Methojit: ChurohFi'arke : r flOl) feet apart. l Cute, I51ac'! '( c.r. White! :Makes buttonhole-i seas on buttons. fancy de-

The defendant &iH !vt. i part of the person respondi In which the theft occurred I Peace CM'esr"" in Riif-lfi. N 'with Rev. Thomas aMitrhll. of fence will he French' l'( "rle! wit' h TranPrdio I .''bnq.' $1 J9!) cash or terms.! Free. home in"uection.'II .
,.. i ,rase! in the \Jnd r- !I, i P for the act. I has a heavy traffic of hant- C. nnfl Wesleyan College ..n of Gainesville and I gate or top rail Is : -- fop the! TPCI.U-' I 'j ',';!ill! d-II"f'r. no "hli"Uon CAM JACKSON-

vi I turned' (! in t"iat JI- j j 1 Judge!\ Yawn replied: "In P'-s maklnn It Impossible! t.) Macon, Oa. Rpv! V' .1 Rasrs. alp. of SMrk"ffiHit'njr -' ternntp" bWt wi'l be Queen Only' !SI': 'LO" al ::* 1 M.IK n'AKEHOUSE: rOI.LECT :J5 -1916
K-:: Hum was: wanting!! my ortlnlmve: hvel"it' trace any car tricks or foot-I| TI.q Ar'-ijT' )'(."' len! ) in Tn fmenf vn! in on wre! ft n 1r'p! \nlffme. 11-21 It 12-15

I i- ,'. r, .v.annrl if t ",*'e", 1 ji j 1 '''cpp"r..<' for s..fetv when :a prints that might hav been I R''k'' fir nbntif !fn,() vr's, the family plot In C'"i.bvT.nke I thin snpciflpd and Firestor.Store.

i i !olIn trio rte !n person: flros a ealv: weld; "ii Ipft behind i by the thle\'"". She was a mrmber of the Cemefprv with J-ine The site Ii welt] -?" S: Tryd'f'g' .Ri'91a'Y.rLTT:7Jit: : 'fSi'OII' ., =---=-=:;,-=.-'- ..,,- __ :
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I'I 'THE EIGHT POINT for the .r T On'nrIT1"1:: ''n '" t-''.c. ,>r : gr KQg
i" 'lot aware/ of this depoca.I: 1 Molina at. It Is his duty to( write. In I 56 years and an honorary Jrir
si <"n m the wound which made know what he shooting! at- way select yon your. favorite Come ESTER: I'1 I member of the Stal'keVa- i rangements. ,
chic the upper part of Kel- I I 1 nut lust what he thinks he IT>11'1'S Club, the Woman's So-
,.. ....thl| ,]., ,nj! ''1- c'r'In'! -11"'Zoning (BROOK!m XPIt. .mintnln' pi>n. TEI.K ciety of Christian BeI'vIC1Jack's : NFW BOOKS! TER"JJLI.EGnR BDOTOilS r- i DEMOLISHINGLawtey \' I

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tm.-3erhni'.h made him aware Group :i

only of some approaching aye I I New books at the Starker Junior High School
Ject which he mistook for( a Restaurant
turkey fleets Roberts '2 Bradford include County: Public Library ''I HAVE YOU TRIED i

H1 aid. "A* I WI., : un 301 South Starke I T'-if Best Time.John DoF' 100000 Red Antique Brick ; 300 Auditorium
c 'm 13' 'f' I"n'' ''seT, '. ln' .. I ,
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BUDGET! PLAN I ? yi-ii-, -cl:: wu-li
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In Boxes Vq' Ernest Gann Worl /

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To All of You From Includes. Shrimp. Fritters Or Baskets- French Fries m'r fiction.' and Nada Kovalik !non- I NO MONEYHASTINGS OnWtJOOTJt't".Jt'I1 3t l WRECKING


BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc. Tossed Salad ,: Public*'- "rnf"T"1:Instruction!: Invites! von r 111"il'l's' ,I'T )

Each I I.s. ........,....._.. _.'_! ___ \"" .. ,"" ;(-; "' '.' :.."... ., "rh'M1.Vr "!J .'7it. mu.IT.. _.. .._
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to Home-Cooked Meals II ------ ------ -" --......................._"--'r. ;.; ..:::..=.-:' .- ?'- ........__.= __ _

take this opportunity to Thank You ....,.
Fine ---. Open 24-Hc'iirs' A Day ---- U ?"l.wec'e:; ..-:-
People of this area for your past : .. .

patronage in dome? business with us. fji.rlr, ( ... ..;:.:: ... : w ;;} '

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MAC BALDWIN\ Says Thanksand i,)i1f;} U 1O J'' f t :f t rjs. : .,

BRADFORD' PECANS .. .. .. _.. ._ ". ....,;........ J.., . .. .... ...n:.-. 5.:_. ._ .. _..... ._. .__.. yi a i o

he means it. Look at the Christmas .-- ,- _.. .n --'- .-- .. ... ..___._.___._.. ,.___,
: ever" less
Specials below and you will agree. Dur- one IniwrtloiiI 'denwlhJd" ,, itrroh.llon.. i', ...
Them minimum I charge) __ ___ 1..1' > A ing? the remainder of Dec. until Jan. '67 See Shelled at the Starke -- ------ 1.IIU Per \\01'11 .-----______________._, M
not paid In advance _____.___ 1.23: tfll.no |>er Inch-flmt liittertlun.of .

Mac Baldwin has Slashed' Prices even Farmer's Market Keyed coded, or blind IIda (hrds of ThanK' I'p to SO \\onl"

Lower than ever before! (minimum charge) ________.____ 1.25 (ti'liihiiiuii' ( liurK nl| __ _.__ '!...>.11I $1.2.If"r> Inch after first Iniiertlon.!

1 To 9 Lbs. $1.25 Lb. I\ Each additional word over 20:_____ .03: (>her> .".0 wordy' : I.pr01"1.._. ______ .0.;

I Insurance Problems? ; :MATTRESS TH2 JIM \V."LTKH CX'l-r- TIT!! Kir.Hf "POINT:.
C for lip
It.r.r Specialst 10 To 20 Lbs.' $1.20 lb. I Call: the Man From"KEYSTONE" & UPHOLSTERY WORKS' has a nice '_' bedroom hjus nay yon \\rlte. Conic in and BOOK SURE before TO /SEE:buying WORLD:

------t i 710( Lemon St. PaUlk.i and 1 sere i ic' for Sal Neal PI't toiir f:>%'nrlte ESTER: jther eneyc+lopedfa. MA any
Furniture Repaired I n'.'tey Only; $50 00 ch'''n IHt"o" f'tiintiiln pen. TELEINl .
George E. LaRue Payne, your( local
I .4ml pal: 'mem lllte" n-nt Call! n n.t ,
1 Upholstered & KefinNhedMATTIXilSSES I I'll
'64 Chevy Wagon '64 Fairlane Wag. 20 To 40 Lbs. $1.15 lb. TO j'Jtrtno' HelfrhN REntlILT I"I dtt!: I1Hil J.'. i'.<01\11;'" I-- ---_. since 19SC Box (t2G.!
Consultant For All I rnn? 9IH.! :'is.:
I I New Innersprini: .------l..!!.:' 1? ,"l tl.\:.MKAT : t: 'nt1

Air Cond.. Power SteerAir Cond.. Power Steering 40 To 100 Lbs. Insurance NerdsRepresenting and Box Springs :NO. 481 FIVE: ACRE: ; T\KM CEi'Ul'llJ: : ( ; ".\1l;,.
and Brakes, Clean, ing, Clean, One Owner. $1.10 Ib. Drop I's A Card or Call Beautiriilly Ijnflsrapcd lawn I ,\I'Tn. FIUK':, UO \1'lJClVf.F. Myers Power ToolsArea

One Owner. Great American In.... Co. I-.4LATKA K\ :.-''tlflll!( :2! houses> outhui1n7s.; frail E, ('ONNERLYVf''t Headquarters For
Was Xmas Special I I ; C \ \;('I. 1lFNCV; I,nunmouen,
Was Xmas Special The Travelers Ina. Co. MRS. I'Fno'II \11 i Kit and nut trees On love,! Power TuutaMrCuIluch
,iyi'\av) Vf.nl. $7 ___. rrrlh'', I : Chain Saws
l,895 $1,595. .. 't:,>J'rjt. '" T'; '"'... 1I .' .' 47 < 435 NitCS .. ', "((10' Pump* *V Water !SysU'in' *
... ".' ,.." w '. .' ', .' ,i. > 1 \ 'IIINI'W I 'Cr( : "'SI.I .I i i .1-. Lai-Re
ten He- Home > Ituniiirs* \;/f1"1 l i( ( ('It S I"? I <{T I ''n tiimiii" (L'I'': 'I it. ;inu.se., ( OI n- Brigs' -I !Strntton' KncftnfxfItentul
Ho.hlP.mt'"t, ( Plan I..'' i \ .:PI! ) Ti.i 'in.oni ,i :: Salon' Sertlc.
66 n. > b. ( "I i b i 01! i-vr. r-\ hack: yard now
Chevy Bisc'ynRadio 's CG Belair 2-Door LOW..and LOVELY ; FlTIf\TSIin: !hOI f In c, el'eni' : ..shapeWeil of. 7K( R. Ve-t.noivl.-l: I I t'' 330 N.E. 16th Ava.370SII".

Heater, 6 CM.) & OBE nETmOO.\1' : sl.acle". ; > 1\ n Bfi, A- .nr phono! \DO-l-riSbj.\ 1. 11. '" ,,! I Gulnpsvilte "
Ilndio.: heater, Air I / :VE STOP Ininlni': irrenisi': : : 1I'lnlalll': ) .__ _._ tfcnt_
Standard. fond.. VG. & V8. LowMHraee. :: :. ".;ii; .i: : ';'. : :. ., :_ -; :.":: 1t.t'ONIY; : sItv'icf T:' ( E; \J> \TT\I: !:", '1':" IUM I i,1'It! "i"1, ?", i iIRfHT t"I.II FOR SALE. ;: OR Ht-\;; l' Jrv "IT'S NnVKIl TOO LATE T'IKARX. "
Was Xmas One Owner. I KPM.Tl': I'l-uoy lM.K'O\ S3j( N C.H. : : ."
Special.I !! ; Register": now' Adult'
1 05 I.VxIv: :Mix; nil tl, .pit ('""- :cat:f t.., fll-i; \ > :iil..lil I 'II7! "t.: TPntnln .\\t'. /ht: Take ...nail ri'>.\n .r h i iit'll R/lnritlon: rlawc] Klcmenttrv.
$1,495 1'Yn<* Xmas Specb'' n-le" Bl".-b irtl I type S.vl, ; (TT..' :301)) ) : RElit :;':''J 1 pe. in :a i.'!. and Secondary.: Phone 964-2701

---'. 0 ,I'rortiM, l.lntrls l\crjlhlnir: Pe". l...t. Eler.: Iieit: t :ini T'bnnP ff1rt'1)) : / +< .:irl p ::1.11'. : < J W Kii.t.iii\ 11,5!( l>0jA I. 'hIOG! ; 1-3071/ evenings: tf
$2,295, $1,895 nwesnury' for enn,-retP marry I, >" Vv.i.n ,'.1.1_ N. C.
62 Chevy I Impala4Door fHKlrifftlonUp fir ConJ. .,"NTinRPiEn! cut'- Tidy'l'1; FOGS FOR SALEfarm freshR
will m nny price on '" HoltrcnUorf. 1'j miles!
Full Power and all material ulthln Mriul- 1r- ::0" < rues pi'ut' rack\ FOR SALE French Provin i| on EMwnrtlH, road tfohsr
Air Cond.. Best of Lou65 Pontiac Cat'na ford County \M:. > STILL Call 8 hr. dart 5 ray; wrek. 2 weeks clal twin bedroom s'lVe. au-

:nl References Check it MAINTAIN:. Q"\LlTV" : paid vocation: rate retirement tomatic wa'htnjr machine 2 POR RE.1'- '+droom un-
MR. ; -
ith Owner. like Brand New. One C : 'i '.'nl] >('I"I""I'rln'! : t oft. f tables' ? lotn--e" : chalrAh I.. 'n'sheil 'unalow newly'n'
LORfIo. HRAUFOItO5NfiINEERFNG mum ,o-i I" "or{ 10th ';: ,u!. .. .
Owner Power Steerinar t L catr"' 34K "
of Ernest Tew i In v Mid c:"r Was Xmas Speri'il : : : (CO. 1 1"rml.I": :: :i "'1. PlM.ti"l\ ''!'!:. .1 I.!If' p..red l full 9'-; > 781. W'I:,.,n,:' ..;' Contact 'oI.s: .
V.'r Xmas Spern'' Iw umw, Ph. 9fi12.2Iv : tirke bait Inc. n 1>1'1..1 i .niv j Per! ''iimlPf I t r, ,\:In1n; ,1', n'' I': llr.7" '"
> 1C25!: $1,495 Nw'i [ rut t Sill,.''Ml I T'lJIllH': ; !! ('1'11 .,;. a'; I I.. f...., I /Ir'' '.
,2,495, $1,895 ''i uuwMRH JUR BEST BARGAIN. (..I t.lintv ac.: I'it. ;; ;L-I.; I Wi l i nli>] ,. I.,'<- Flu i ('3 JAS J l"il' )Ilk' r.rl'.' :! j.)O'I' t rt'! I :
4tphTSAI !1" :";" !I'.IUtue.. .,
1 ADULT heaLer core assembly I
67 EDUCATION classes. 2906() N. W. l.'ilh: St.
Linotype Opc' atnr Wanfedru'l --
Join now. and! items.: EiftH!
Elementary avidecondnry I"'YYHt"'T'.J le TRI"F Fns
Hamper of Peas '; f sirr"11' '!] pt 7! n-)>'( "-rF.IR Ume! m!' Ideal- for partt'me !
59 Cadillac .!. 964-3071 Phone 964-2701 j j'nys 34 Acres F r'' 1'chr'\ \ oltin's 15r; :i3f:l1'Jt'. t ttn 1 ,' R..tl"e-1 1 Operator Bradford -
; evenings. tf. '''1'1'1'' !h '- -' '.
ATHEItTOII r : Within one mile of County v 'T! W AFVrn. County Teleeraoh.
$5.98 Fleetwood, Full Power, OK..8. Hospital, suitable for county) :301 South ph"nc 034 S.-U.E:::: Large: B"lcl': .: ,
Tfh' Green; Color We Air Cond. p-- are gas'tube q. .(.dal_yawn.n alarm FOR SALE One deluxe I 'homes( or subdividing Pi'Ire !\31! ?trh" -12-14] trrr Tu"P 221 Walnut] St SUJi I i|

Will Trade for Anything 1/Ylgldaire! electric! range. Call $225.00 i I h :i'e Kensonanl1
per acre terms release 'I\T.r--1Qr.1 i n.. ...h'rron'It'n We
have for
Was Xmas Special r.i several jobs
164-3501 '
(D.iyl) or 533-2173.1 clause. A. J. Thomas Realtor .. c : i. : 'I
-' after 5 : O)it* owner TI 'flt male or female
p. m, tfchg "ai:6;
Tel. :
'63 Ford 9-Pass $895 $695 064-5701 lane. 4 d". 'flan. Exrell]] nt 4tp--l-" CENTRALEMPLYOMENT I

RCA VICTOR 25"COLOR FOR RENT furnished 2 I For less than $14.50000 htth inn] P'lone !ns4-il3: Itpi

Air< Cond., Power Steering much less I in : 353N.. TemoleWANTEDClean
ocdroom cottage In town. Un- can out you i ITT. .f r'Mrn; arii, *.r77i'Tf'T-n .
and Brakes. Like '61 Falcon Wagon furnished 2 bedroom: house the nicest masonry house with T..o- !." \1! b'lNMv S-rl I ''
New. One Owner. for color so realyou'll out of town. W. H. Nollman I central heat and everything CTOHI Fliur mnfl" ''cn'M""b1v :1'" MARY CARTER
CLEAN i tfchg Many extras. Just say theword crBcke In ..hi'-m.' .n! I Cotton Rags,
Was Xmas No KaMil. Shirts Or Pant,
Special think there and Ill show you the
you are :J87 .1 TT.Ti':\ :\" i
best value 1n Starke. Terms :MIM* H.> Cle-In Cotton Rag:
$1,795 $1,395 As Is $195 Sn.Co i .
: ) i p'u') .c{ ,
1':1: F.On; rll.
AUCTIONEvery with .
t Perma-Chrome delivers Iock d-In purity without chanea/ payments leu than rent.A. 'c I c ttliu' / t M"*w \ 'i, i ii It P g y iS --- -.------- -- -
J, .
Thomas Realtor. Tel.
In color fidelity during warm-up Friday, 7 p.m. 964-5701. i a''I'n< | .M. $1.H7n.! :\ ITp'roranh i WANTED-Lot close In. down

New Vista Color chassis with 25,000-volt picture power Bring your furniture or | ('OOl1"t. if town preferred with minimumof

Easy Terms e delivers line performance In color and black-and-whitsI anything of value We ALL TYPES of lawn mowers RT TIIr"w':; r.UT.: .... a7'O., Complete Line 123 ft. frontage Contact

Super-powerful New VistA VHF tuner, uitra-sensitive Solid will sell it for you. and flaws machine sharpened. ,.' :21! V' Iro; *" T"-o, ofPAINTS Buford :Mitchell. Phone: 969-

State UHF tuner FENNELL'SBARGAIN CaJvln Johns 332 N. Water orator. to "lOr p vmn 1 Tu"r'honr I ANDSUPPLIES 3281. P. O. Box 238. Stark
Bank RateFinancing
Ph. 9641441. tfchg !!'-1 a Simplified rotor-qutcl(tunTnr-'tTnt.' "coTor"control
47"+':2n: ; for :.1;' 'r' R'I'-2
are color-keyed once adjusted they seldom need changing bedroom unfurnished -
Come .
to the Revolving Light '"root 4t. ... 1r'1 -">
house. .
308 S. Wate.:
AvailableSo a RCA Automatic Color Purifier "canceU" magnetism tha/ on 1'. S. 301 South. Nation Wide .
Ph. 964.7431
nF"'M' 1 liT'" f'rnl! ., For AH! Purposes tip
may cause picture Impurities "MM. trciv i
of'- 'rr .1 I il ft. Paint Factory t"'mr''* Tv'i! i wiTP t 1'1 ,
,. Well Folks. if you can't findIt.
You See Mac Baldwin Savs ",. ." ...- ... RCA solid copper circuit wile tithe a' TREE RIPENED Juice oranges :3tl i N. Temple ..Ive.Reg. ;O''p"-m ,1 hI.'II"r':"\ n T. \\1.!""t1-n'f'nIS -31! I ZIPPERS rom out to the OM Trad-

You Can Deal But You Won'tBawl ,,:'('.'.....' '';1';".. "..'.. television Space loose.Age set.Won't way They short to won'tcoma cir Highway, bushel 21 Lakevlew or ',<3 bushels Drive $1.99 Gal Value (1'i" !' Y'1..- I Rrn.nn41Ff I.\\7 & 10 In lOc !anvthln nut Post. you We hive are looking Just about for

3 Gal. For $5.00 Stoves heaters, electrical
Keystone I In. ap-
cult. Won't go haywire. Heights. 2tp .. .
ei.: -. rllances,
c ; r m : furniture! tOYS record
They're of
at your assurance greater dependability. better '
performance and fewer service headaches. LOST Crescent-shaped Req. S2.99 Gal. Vabie d"anps np"vl; 1 off fbl'e' f1'I"!i {- 'I 1 t 22 In. . 25c players, radios antiques wagon -
pin 4 Gal. For $10.00 IV nnH 14." x ]1" ;Mi H wftr1 ', wheels. farm tools fencepost
FREE SERVICE platinum set with diamonds T1\I kpl'. 473-4774.! K"v- I I I *, split rails. We will not
BALDWIN Re-tard. Please return to ,tnn" H-t"lh 2'-I." IsnnFOR. be undersold. Remember
Bradford Resr. $3.99 (;al. Value I
FREE DELIVERYUP County Telefrraph.2tp I FOR SALE WelmeranerPtnter : -I I buy. sell and trade. Leonard
1215IOS'r PATF-R! .!tr1n" ,'nl'1I' .,
4 Gal. For I"
$12.00 I
I puppies $IS each I Orlffls. 2 1-3 miles north on
CHEVROLET TO 3 YEARS TO PAY pyce'.lent ndit'on Catiini" '. HI"' 1959 FOld Pickup $150. Lar ecii.uUtlng 301. tfrht.
INC. ', .
: nor w.t'1.:: l t'ualn. U.\I"
-- Vine (slxtled 1 H1'egirurL neuter $35. CamctC'nl
.,, I Oulv 25.00:? C' liT .J1mM" NEW BRICK
""j ". r \ HOME Just out-
'1 CC-JUC!! "i i i.t "
: : ; 111 FOR KKNTTv! l>"dr'Jo.t: ..'. I| N'"" r> Th 91! ?-7l 1.P
HfJ 3-.J1:; : 'ir.itt:: rj'xter 31sjc.lj:!! triiisraari: 1 o.e tsiomtr : I m phone) Q"4.1! 111'1'1"FO' tide! city. Omill damn pal-;

301 North Starke, Florida \WINKLtK ELECTRIC\ Inc. shore: t'.mtberor < .!U3r lwronr. lier. Wes' oreland Trvle! : q'NT'e1"n'tm ('IT'- \ WILL baby sit ty diy c r I meat! easy monthlytrots.'<<: : Call
I .j Call .. or write BufcTd Mitchell.
-- I. D. Burnedrfjcclenny : i" Pull: Fh. 9 :)-3291"1' is "" .'" T"h "I"f 4:" nr \11'9 Jackie Hicks. 06400.'I "*">
} ne 969-323i, P. O. Box 238.
Itp. 3101.
ltnh,; \ :: 024 N. Ohuroli St Itp, CitvP"'OB I Uchi'



DEC. IS. 1968 UR.\ I"ORn COUNTY! TRMGRi'it.:: !ST\KKK. n.onn PAGE SEV M

I I I ,lii, n' ",,i\ ?il. li\ t 110" Iii I v'.1",, ulIIIMIII .. .. ,,,. ,.,, ,
Mis Mary Freeman on the Mr. and Mrs Theodore Ing Center. Fort Gordon Ga. n X": | III li\ II. .Min. i I MII.eKion ( 11I"ot r :Nu. 2.'fn. I'd I IW ofFInrldo ..
"lit ,,,... mull' I In "u i". 1.'I .
"? \ \1.
I lie vi
I pinpi.rty 1 n a u Ierii I.'n"' Sw tluuaane9
death of her sister, Mrs. 01 aLee Rosier Sunday. During this period he was "
RAIFORDMr. 1I.S'I'. on dull' .N Mhou n Col, "tinHalu width' i of Jn r..I.t 'and ri'nnmn" 1'1"1'11111 "'0i.n," .. sill'
Bonner who passed The home of Mrs.\ Ruby trained in civil and military uf Miirpiun. prop*'"11HM It. !IIIH tutu' dlmlulmlnK any right r trIMt'rII It h I iii., .liii. I it "r iii, ..
1 null ?>, Lau! !OIII.| ofI'liliiuooil ,,, .
In a Wayuoss Ga hospital law traffic control i i or UK fin niiil ruhlli In anil 'Irouit 1'nIii't' 1 lit,,1 I f.nlirndYurd NOW YOU
away Rosier the setting for a map Haw. 'I'InlolVlied \
was Tuesday moinlng Tupper party Friday nlsnt. reading prhoner-of-way control hawks. iitullt toiiH, ii nil i Viii i riniH> of mill portion, nf mild' ""r,'1\.1\ "r 'PI"I, "r p"blh, ,it,, ',.1,.1of v\
ant:! Mis Lynn Mcaae Mr and Mrs. Amos Carlto.i I and .'if-defense. .pistI.' n .tl..1't ,,IIH, Illll"" In ""l.tI",1 I I alii, \ ufiM 'ilcNi rli'iiV l lI IIuN Ii. ''I I II"", "II ti"is."''' I
and children. Wendy :and The Baker-Union County I Mom 'taii l I'uri'ha,,>.hiu i i"iiiIlllHHlllll limed I; ,..:.: ;this: .mil,:: ,i'H' of |I., I III'III'' I ., Sill" CAN'. ENJOY f
and:! sons of Palatka visited t l\lttloll, "I| ,lilMtltll-, 11.10\I H' I'lUi!' ,, ,
Sing was held at JohnstonChuich 3n k" I: II" r '
Brad, visited his sister and relatives here over the week- Pvt. Lawrence n. Kimbler. i linn' I. -ruy I'nllliiH MnllillnwIlliixhain \1"1'111 I'tlwiinlH: ritv "i'i| .,iliIt I :ill'' S'"tlh, ,, ,I"nl. .. 1',1., ,, tw .
Saturday: night with gl lrii | N:a nu. l ItuoiliHJ. '. ;
family, :Mr: and Mrs. Clyde I \I' ,,, ,
II I In11' I. 'n"'I
end and attended chiucnSunday .
sail of :Mrs Grace Jones of 1'"IIn iHHfv, Pliihla.Al .. S.1INIDIRSKentucky
Hewitt ,n Gainesville Mon: a good attendance. 201'I i I' l"I V II' II Ins 'Ih: ad.l : :
.1. l>m in'5 i.'rl' :"",,>\ 'rut I I
I, Route 2, Starke. has com- F: .111' I Iipnn ,III I I'Is 'II' ( V5 In'
day. Mrs. Brook Jones and sister Arriving Friday from E>t. Vh'.ulllrIll" IIFiI: IS'I'F II PI11'1'1111' <4N 1'I,a,.,Ida
pleted a leadership preparation | | | Jt I 1J/2.
\>ii: '
Joseph: Academy In St. Augustine 1 1" It" I : "
Miss Ruth Alvnrez 01 'I Mrs. Louise Crawford of course at the Nan-Com- Notlii" IM liiiibv given ilia!
Gainesville visited Mr and Lake City, visited Mrs. Miry to spend) the Christina mlssloned Office Academy NO'lll'MIVVITATUIN lit. "lltlll., ,, "I Hllfll' ,.,,1. |lltl'Htlll. .lit I 0
: .
vacation with her patents ; Knit' IIIIM4 i HIM Ki,< ,Illl' IIHiiini.: siiitui' ,
Mr*. Lucien Alvarez andfamily :! Freeman Wednesday Later Fort Polk r.i 'Supplying elttcti..knl ri'filKti-. (Mi,.IP, *.r i N" J"'i:d I ln"\ M ,1 YOU W1AY
Sunday and Sunday I they visited the bereaved Mr. and Mrs Francis Ciowley Pvt. Kimbler[( received two ill ion ea uipnl 'nt and. minor if-. 1.'I..ld"11". \' ttiminniil, Iv Fried
of Kingsley Lake is Miss thou, ol. log of iool<'r ro MUHlth. -
night. in
family of Mrs. Ola Bonner .
week of Intensive! training
I In PXUtlnw I'nlt No. I, stark
Ann M and classmate
Crowley a -
Mr. and Mrs Sam :Muse Jacksonville in leadership map and com- State I'o.*.III..rM1I'kt'l., t. "'tai'kKlorldn ... save
Donna :Mathews of
and family of Jjcksoavllle I :Mrs Mary Freeman anj Miami pass reading weapons and I Km ili-lnllH, and Mil', lint or' I KEEP TOUR RICORDSvfdA4b4 Chicken
were Saturday ove-ii: ! guests of their sister and accompanied: Mi. and Mrs II briar of .Minn. ..Miin.iitir' stmiMin' "'' | t
I a : position .
I Rnrnu' rs' .Maiktt" I I' o.I"/ \ "isxmiki UP 2(30
family. Mr. and :Mrs Lynn Gordon Jones of Glenn St leadership In rdvinoftj: : infantry ., 1.1"111" 1'10., .". "'64V' I TO ( "It's
McRae. Mary and daulhtelll's: train"Cadet .. 7""'"I|" ,'I'i \\'. ii.. u h"m., ", i'I'I.I'\> t Finger Lickin' Good'
'* 'I"'hlll, Sillli T-'li.nuorN, Mukit.
Our deepest sympathy to7.ot Marilyn Ed ely and son of 1 I' l II, Hox I 11'I M 1, tAIII.I ,' on car financing
Lake City to the funeral of I llii\in; ::: I"Iurldn' i: lion I .1 -'tr' I DAILY SPECIALS
Jamf" ; D. Simmons --
:II.W11111. tilde! In "n a 'h oil i iuf
: .
their sister and aunt.fr.l. V and insurance
of the Ah Foice Reserve Officers \\' Ii', U Illltlf ,NI it I In'l I"I i iS I
Oa! Bnnti: 'n Jacksonville : SERVICE, MEN Training Corps husband ,"ill a. iii KrlilaIIIIIIIIIIN. i h. (;ooi FROM 1)I) :('. IZTIIIU DEC 16
Thursday 1'iftTVi' n'Ht.r'h' ,' tlKht' i iin I'' through the.
1 of thformic' Linda opt "l, i r.tJtu| anpai" l nl'
MlkJimes of the US Navy "1'1) ,0fEoI' Cox of Starkp. has returned toy' lil.l m .nil huts In. tin I t...-. :MONDAY
I'InlirtHl' of ,tile Wl ili. I"',11, 'nn i i STATE
visiting his parents Mr. to the Unl\ (>I' lty of FloiUa' ..
I I II \1.lrk"'H' "rrniriamI CAR CHICKEN DINNER .
0-05 Mi and Mrs. James at the after! attending the Arnold I iuU' i fuuuol., ,t t'ommlH 1L -
Pvt. James : < >.ii. n, i
J. McMurtry .
State Farm and attended I Air Sorletv ; Natiinal Fxe- \\ II U h,1I1o'h', !, I
C church Sunday:: son of :Mr and Mis Kyle cuth'e' Board winter meeting 11'inln" Mal,. < KaiiniiMml.ii" FINANCE PLAN TUESDAY
666 McMui ti'y of Keystone I I, |tin |1""xi| IS" 01"1 \UI\: "I:'riSi: ] GIZZARD DINNER. 79C
t k Mr and Mrs. Cecil Add'jo'iand : at Maxwell Atr; Force Base in I I I'. 2I I I u I -
:son David of Gal lIes- I Heights -ently completed I I Alabama. The Arnold All .c .-set-..1

ville, visited their parents. eight weeks o:' military police Society Is rompos"d( of Ah \ollt*.* 4kf llilll.ll. | OfllfNIllllllllll I Tick the ear you want-new of, WEDNESDAY
training the I .' 1 eue.'ll 11The I need Then call and
at Army Train- lit me tell me
,. ..... Force ROT cadf'11'ho! arcpiepailng IIt> "II ink. i'. I.Itirltlii. :how much you need to coves LIVER DINNER - 79c
I ti b'come commissioned '''HI''M 1'.tI"IN"rlntminu. .it 1 n.u tn_.Vt*. the unpaid balance.I'll help youget

officers Ills tllrtiitl'", or lift tint 1'iHillititl .. ....1 a check for the dealer with THURSDAY
\ .I'ti "lift* I,nnil H hln 'I I hiIt'o arrangements for a low-coat SHRIMP
y tlrr. Thereof Too should... mien they're protected auto loan through cooperating DINNER 89c
p A< ( hu'MIIt",101 In the( TKI.K- ,lo \\ host. I 11 Max i'"n.." i n against, loss by firs ,in such equipment as local bank. The car la yourat
on.\I'1I brlnjr* rpHnlM.Adliiilable :Noll'; ,. l I" h"I"\\ll\> kl\,II til,11on Hercules Multi.lot insulated tiles Find out today how State FRIDAY
I Iii'0 nilii>r i a. I I'n",. in .i> You can hav.complete point.ol.use i farm's Car finance flan
,.llatli rt ,Illl' 111\\ I 111 I 'In\ stay FISH DINNER
ill I protection! for all/ your vital' records in 89c
work for Calls -. -
SO l you
1'.111111,,, of Ih."II"I l "Sldlk t .
: Vim I Book i .,, two three or(our drawer Undorwrrtars'certified I
I'lorliln. ....1"I| "' ,I .i l.i-x;, "\lm,I i
". Covers.! All l/e. 30 rent! ca I ",,.I lu.. \11" n'tang' i"iii, 11,1\> ,. Hercules files.And any tailor-, MERRITTWILLIAMS
at The Telegraph InK that 1 portion of mi IIIIIIKI ''l I made locking, arrangement you desire. IMIONE:': AHEAD 961.1505
alloy IvInKvlthln lilo" It .j Don t wait-see them today.
I I'"i ,nnil.,,. .,'H Addltlon t I" 'th" i '"in YOUR ORDER WILL HE READY;
( ..
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versatile % red cherry haves and pieces of angelica.Or .
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Large Selection unbaked cookies on the empty cookie pan and bake. This way no '
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RECLINERS separate. layers with foil. Seal the foil tightly and they'll keep '
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Christmas cakes are naturals. for foil. too. Bnke them in foil-
lined pans to keep them from overbrowning and to make it easyto
LOUNGES S From $69.95 remove them from the pans. Cool them, add a sprinkling of

sherry or brandy for good Christmas flavor and then rewrap in
foil. Although you may store and age fruit cakes. in a cool place
under 70'1""'., the best and safest place to age them U in your

1 RECLINING CHAIRS from $39.95"IT'S freezer To gift wrap cake, first thaw the cake-if frozen-then tie se.,
with bright ribbon and decorate with sprigs of holly.

I Christmas Cut.Out Cookies

A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" 5 3 cups teaspoons sifted baking enriched powder flour 3 2 cups eggs sugat

1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons vanilla
I 1 cup butter or margarine 2 tablespoons milk
Mix and sift flour, baking powder and salt. Cream shorteningand
DillM FUTURE CO. sugar. Add eggs vanilla and milk. Beat well. Stir in dry
Ingredients. Chill dough. Roll /" thick on lightly floured board.
Cut in desired shapes (stars Santas" animals etc.), place 1"
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i 431-146 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. I chocolate bits, nutmeats and currants. Bake at 375 F. for 10 150 WEST CALL STREETTlIURsn.'Y

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J Include aphlda. thrips. pump ''!. //II.h"1: J. .
Period For New Feed requests for conservation assistance e.rar..rmm..yr. Greenspan Program To ContinueIn contain too much lime for cottonY-Cul'I:1.n"
Sign-up under the ACP maybe best rose production say kin bugs, CASH .Paid Foi

Grain Programs Starts Feb. 6 year,accepted farmers throughout and ranchers the SHOP TALK{ 1966 Under CAP Set-up specialists.UnUeislty of Florida rose scale'Yomcnlmty!and red( spider agricultliiniagent mites I ( !}r KJIRS.Good Clean No Khaki Cotton.

are urged to( submit ther requests Choose an overcast day for jouibest sow'ceof
3 Signup for 10(57( diversion\ I the annual programs signup ; ( during the liutlilsignup I By Peter J. Novak Ororn.span. n part of the. diamonds: basketball nnd planting.; first! check the will I I- rontroJlln I or Wool.

j and price support programsr : pcilod ending also on period. The ASC General DianagerA..u.e..u.u USDA's Cropland Ad lust- badminton courts; and .tolf! plant ruefully: and;! cut back I II infoimal.v.i'' : on disease, :
for feed Brains will began March 3. county committee which ad- ment I program I CAP I I. will be courses. I the bush to four or five eyes I these lns('cts and f Telegraph
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:February 8, Mis June Chnpt Mis Chapman: explained ministers all of those programs continued for 1967, with increased -I The generally higher rates Trim off all broken roots I Ask him for Bulletin

man, county office manager. that: for 1007. signup period: can do a more equit- I hope the absence of Shop assistance; rates, the I for assistance In 1967. exceptfor 1 Be sure the planting holes I Roses in Florida:' ... '. .. ;L.: :- ..,; ".._.i\1l\ '"
AnlcuHurnl Stabilisation & for the programs will be uniform able job of approving/ requests Talk has been noted by Agricul-ture : the purchase of cotton are large enough to ac<--om-I "
Conservation Service, an- in all Florida counties within the limited readers of The Telen.'dpli I land reflect 'the improvement modate the roots without' -- -

1 nounced today The slmu:: > The Initial signup! period funds available If the col- not only because I would >''k' I CAP provides for adjustment -. In prices of crops mown crowding In the bottom of
deadline will be March 3. for the 1967 Agricultural t-ervntlon needs of most of to think somebody reuids: tHI. payments an1:! conservation on the land. The increased each hole 'Imp a handful of The Most Appreciated Gift

For the Ions-term Cropland! Conservation Program was the county's farmers and column, but It has ooea I cost-Sh\I'll1g: to fa< 'm- rates apply to aci-caws of garden f-rtlll/or: \ and covet '
t Adjustment Program I CAP' al-i announced! The signup ranchers are known at tli. useful I am given to under- ers who agree to take tand those crops in plentiful sup- lightly with top soil. Dip the

the signup began December bran December 12 and wl.l i beginning of the pro;.'am stand, to( disseminate. information out of certain crops and into ply or for which them .ii'" a roots of each plant In n I' of AU .A

1 and will continue during; end Jnnuiu-v 13 AlthoughSuIllvLI&s ( '! year ACP signup dates "IHY about the Chamber's conserving; uses for periods continuing suiplus: poteutl.il! bucket of water lust before .

,I from county to county. icllvities, which have been of 5 to 10 years The Green I Emery Williams Chairman planting. Insert the new oush

In general the annual programs many In the past few weeks span provision of the program Agricultural Stabil'za-' to; that the root system will
and the CAP call for Most of our readers know I authorizes equivalent, tlon and! Conservation State stand at the same level thatit

MIKta diversion of crop acreage. Into that I was confined to tnc help to public entitles-local I Committee, points out that Ftood In the nursery row. HONDAFor

nn approved conserving us1 hospital for several wc<;ks, State or Federal- desiring Greenspan rates of assistance With a slow stream ofwater

By meeting provisions of thprograms. but now I am at home. ThJ I to buy cropland; for permanent in acquiring cropland in 1967 from a hose, work the

HIGHWAY ]100 AT THEKESSA 1 farmers beconipll / work of the Chamber of conversion: to non-farm will be based as in 1968 3n soil about the roots, fllln"
I ".b'e' for various benefitIn Commerce has gone on I uses such as the preservationof the smaller of 50 per cent of the hole to the ground level. Christmas

Prices (Good; 1 Thru Saturday. Night; :: Dec. 21thJ. thi. form of payments through: the able assistanceof open smce nn-J natural the cost of land:!: diverteR Pack firmly rued put n ';sauce)
al :T for lorns under! the eontmo our Administrative Assht-! beauty wildlife hibitatsnd[I from elHlble crops] or what afarmer of earth about the plant to
itv' << ant. :Mrs. Catherine Hejrg. hold water.
\ programs. recreation and the 'n- would have
S. Good LII.49C. pre'-
Two Important change and: through the wlllinjurss: tlon of air and water pollu a 10-year CAP agreement !- When the rose buslHN begin MCGHFF! TI1ADJ! G MART'
j CHUCK STEAK 'IHVP been made In the tef1' of va-lous board members to to iPTf out, keep an ev" 1;

'1' Inn far 10(57( however. Th" cooperate in committee activities !- tion.The PI'o-i The payment will be dster- nut for di'p1mph! P. Muck
:'pod priln: plo 'am will oft1di : I first Orpensi-nn mned bv the number op !spot, brown (' I mkp',' :mind l.0:{ N. Court Street Starke, Florid
,sect approved for 1987 .as
I .ersloti payments only un- Activities have been continuing ) acres the crop prevln'uslygrown pow 'fry na'Ic'ew'! TI1'<':' pe--t
for Lafayette County to help! !
!I rter the "small farm" provision in behalf! of indus I and the farm yield that may l b, l' ,n M!" bn- > I
buy 249!) acres of crnplan 1 In
Small farms are de-! trial development In several 1 rer acre. For land in Flo'-idn I
ROUND T-EONE a 533-acre Suwanner Five'-
; flnr-d as those! with feed phases of the prom-am. V.'rare that would otherwise prmlu.\'
79r. tract acqulrei-1 for convrMon
-rnin bases: of :25 acres 01 pleased t<> announce thata corn the rate will\ be 57 ent. I
to outdoor recreation
lb. an
; or less. These changes were "Facts and Fliruies" oro- a bushel of productivity Therate
Other unler-
arei pi-oirrts
rinse beinsp feM grain siitv rhure has jut been complete for> grain sorghum
taken under Qrcnes-nn In- ac\p-I
pl'es' are in near balincr :! as a cooperative effort of age will be 44 cents 1b'l' MONEYFor
clurt ponds for swimming:
; Pork Chen lb. 53c with dcrmnd! as a result of the Bradford County Development Other crops will be on a
{ bnatlnat and! fishing; wild-
; effective farmer pnrtldpi-: Authority and the! uniform-rate basis an' include -
life areas and t'allscnll\ : -
llon In the 1 programs; in recent Chamber of Commerce It hone ]. 6 cents a pouni for
veai<. of the most detailed ir.d: I dren's pl'ivmoundscnmt: >incr,I cotton 4 cents a pound fo:

iFresh Fla. Scare Riiis 49c :Mrs Chapman reminded: informative that has ':ver and civic stage picnic: outdoor urea! : outdoor s"lencrlaboratory peanuts 15 cents a pound for All Your
farmers that pirtlrlpitloji; \ been seen In this area and flup.-ctu'ed tobacco.
t football praclleflel's I i
In Pie various: farm projrams frankly, we are extremely : softball Rites for other el1 .lle
Is not nutamatlc -filing an prowl of it It will be made : and cropland In tin State in- R'

;Back hone Ik 4ge application! which\ shows the available to our industrial I rlu-llni that for wheat. sir\ ,, Cl3rfltmfJSNeeds

nprator's program Intentions! prospects and to organizations : alone this year, 'J he Chamber: and! bailey-will range from
Is t the first necessary step in! and agencies who air is please:?:! also to cooperate $420) to $9.10 per acre dti -

SHOULDERS -lb. I Qualifying for program ben interested in industrial::! de with financial assistance in I i pending on its productlvltv
; 39c I fitsAH velopment. It has takei a providing part of the candy' l'Rtlnlt

of the slssnun will b*' great deal of time and effort for the occasion I State or local officials!

conducted at tilt ASCS coun- to produce and all but the Chamber members, today farmers and other personInterested -'

Smoked; BACON lb. 49c tv office Details on the wrorimi cover pages have been orlnt- is the deadline for mailin( In 'details! of th
will be furnlsh'd u.l' ed In the Chamber office. In your bnllot for elertlo of 1967 Greenspan pro'am'

frowers who are eligible to Plans are in the makIng' new Board members, Thr should call, write, or visit the<
paiticipate.! for the Chamber! of Commerce election committee will be ASCS State office locat-il l in Make Town Finance

: All Meat Fresh Cut at Time of Sale annual banquet which meeting: tomorrow to tabulate the Federal Post Office in

: 'O'IUI': al' I99'I'lu1'U: will probably be held on Saturday the votes so make .ure; Gainesville. Information ran Your HeadquartersFor

nr -' Ill i'ii"11'11111'' Jan 28 at the Starke you get your ballot postmarked I -01 t3nono;! pauimqo aq O tall Oolf cfe Country Club. ThU IS. not later than mldi'"h'
:Nut-; .,\. < I I- h.IrI.y. I I ul\i\ 'II l cal ASCS county offices I .
'til 1 1'.t., ., .I ,uod. {"ill'Nil.l lit,Ih"1 t the event that Is looked for-I Thursday t today! if YOU
: LATE SHOW th, ,. ..I I'I I. I til ,i. IIM :\.IIIH, "'I.., II" ward to all year by the active want your vote to count For Christmas

'liapltt I l'IIrlia:''I::,!; .:.t J I'l No: H.. ISM lii.7i HUM ii.: .lull I.t: ""I I'A ,I'iI ', I Chamber members as the We would also like to remind Let's GoGardening Ready Cash 1
""hIlJH'r| No 21\7'111; ,, l4iw"l. social( hlihlisht of the sea our Chamber members ShoppingLOANS
FLORIDA: THEATRE Kli.il.ln\. .,l'i-l.t, ,ti,..inir' "-,." t!I..: son. Committees are work- who would like to have '9 a
.hu'0; |19nule I t "A dtuls III I Ii
i r'glxtr" "It" t Ih "I.I.r. i Ih In* on p'pns reTirdln! program voice in 'determining: the program :' UP TO $600
l 'I In, .Illl,. I' lilt I III nnl,,\ r...I I I'l<' al I II costs and all of action for 1967 that
: SATURDAY DEC. 17 -- 11 P.M. I.dd I ,, (r'it.' ..1' I.i I : .'I\ I II..". I menu
: .. aliases related to this out- best do this by c )m-
I > l.l| | i t .I I |In! I II I 'HI..11 you can ...
t f tlllH II,.t' 10. I, 1 I,,. I I I.. I II' 11 II stanjln cvrnt. Tills year h pletina your Program of Action -
ALL ,\1)\'. $1.00 II.mMH,,,., ,t..-\\ II By Hen'ey Sharpe, FAltor
,, ,,. .. has been decided not to hive Questionnaire! and rec-
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TMUVOt HIIwu M J ,:ll'l" ,.." \'"t ....LII l'IV', 11 Id. a dance following the meetInR ting it back to the Chamber Florida Asrrlciiltunil EJItennlim Town Fill n1!
r. WI' t 10 .H"U.1t YOU NAVE llll NCKVE( HtttiT.r..I0".. n" I Lu.t I : I. nn.. ServiceRoses
but it be possible office. This is the oppoiumitv -
rncE.JL.trace Ht, 1 .' 1,1: I I Itlll,,\ .I I I. II ,\ : may
: H !l1 .TO/V fw10VIE .i.l..I ll.I .. "II 1 ,:..'"Il" I I l'll. < N.I ; >-. that some other organization: given every Chamber
i I..I I I oii. rM l and mothersinlaware
I will hold a dance. We will member to express IT'S v'pv!
I look forward to seeing you In hrlp'n"'! to decide! fie.ir' often sticky subjects Bn 226 N. Temple Call 964-9091 T day!

i : there Please make you: lotus areas of work the Ch'm- remember, ;':!Uhout either -
'FLORiDA I plans now. l bpr will engage: : in Since this would be a dull rti ib ,.

In conncttloii with the an- I there has not bpen ton mush' world

Fct! ',mal banquet, we would Ilk ie.smnse this 'pnl'. we lake Often b.'th have to be

\ to remind you of the annual this mepns to remind you of handled with! "1110\l'.} hands. ... -
awards These are given in that obligation.We but if they arc treated prop- -
GO INTO AUDI JC of T IR s ors! recognition' for' outstanding are pleased to weleunv erly both will bring eulo.ment ., III

Shoivtimeeekdays 7undnv c'ontributlcn to communityife two 11,"1mcmbers to thpChnmbT to home and the KBI- 4 r

FIRST FULL-LENGTH FEATURE IN 100.: Saturday 1 1FHI. In one of four categories: I They ate Baldwin\ den .. .........J:, .ItJ'fl5
Good Government Good( Cl-e\rolit Inc.. and Kon- Since gardening\ is a safe' ; rfii'A "ill

11 OW: .. SAT. DEC 16. 17 Citizenship, Goo;! Samaritan tuckv Tried Thicken o>r I subject than d0l\1Psti. ai- ,- :

L sII Double Feature Program and Public health Anyone' Sfarke Once agal'i we (Invlt fairs. here ao: a few tipon d01e

: 1:ntf'l'e i ted in recommendliw these> bii'lrfises h., are no' roses However, you might I JUST ADD YOUR PROPERTY TO

y IK aar'" someone in any category can: members of the Chamber bur keep In mind that a d zei:: ANDYOU'LL
l,, qs o obtain a form at the Chamber who ouM' like to loin In this roses and a few kind word ,
office. These forms pommnnltv! cffnt to do I(1( often soften: the damage of a / HAVE TODAY'S BEST HOME BUYI I

should! be filled] in and returned The Chamber can be onlv as domestic:! tiff. ;. -. ; R I by January 1st ThU effective ns! Its membershin Roses! cane in two mill:: "': h r '
is the one time of year that will\ allow! it to lie. classes: claimant: bare I iom.sl I :& ;' '

13 3 7 APr ,.., ...:;.. ----"" we have! an opportunity u In cli.'lnir this week 1 I and contain grown Toe -.' ::.. .=-."- '-- ,- +0 ','....."'<.: $> .,..'- ".

PAT w > PLUS recognize those people who would like ti: take this opnrMmltv -)- dormant rose plants are" -"-.-,- --':.;:... .-. -'. -'_ _... -..0/-/ ...,,
J)1. SURR98 YlOFD6lnvlll than the last personally 'graded number' 1, number I "
l or T8E ) COLUMBIA' PICTURES live more measure to xpre's ..... .
I e MOMS11R81 it proflontsSUN. In behalf of their community mv !*iopie n.'>nv""lTtHn 1'a' and number 2 based on "
I, HORST : and it 1 Is an exce'letv | t' tar nM' 'the Mnl thoti'n" ** sire I and r.i'm'jpr of rant- 'Ii< rw........ ... .

I -inpovtunltv, to pay them tri-' n'. i .w.,.,,,.. .. rat'-11, have t-fpn Grade number 1 is best 1..tI.. .. r -'-1i' .

/ ) hIlt of rail ''iPln during\ mv \11'-' I| Containgrown ruts

if' { r.I An t We want to remind soul I a''",. ntv fiml'v' anl Iihil': I plants arc "FI "'11J!: Fan \
Anthony Film
I nbout the Christmas Pax adri ever "P ""itpful Amf of .>'ou '' 'Jo. 1." and "FlorHa! Fan'. '..!.ll.A,.;;':
"faTlVraNiH t today. which gets under,*.,i< win 'iiild\ ,iIKto come h"i No. 2'' Plants when do ". "':- ,
at 4:30: at the High School the No, .,tk i 'ilence to .is"' conform to l n''ard-' tin' one .... -- -

IVe are" pleased that the Retail me will be more than wcl- of these grades Rr11/ n ellci: -- -

Merchants As>oclntlol1 ,come ble for anv FlorHa era

sraliBuLI I has taken on this prole t I'' See:: von i I' xt week I label The best quality rose IMMEDIATE
plant obtainable Is a "Flor" FINANCING FOR

S FE The SHOCKING 7V.VG577fV / I Tt.'f'' .'il'-'4'10' ;'..:., ,-. 'If te I 301 DRIVE-IN I plant d.* Funcv"with Rosa contlllnl'r forlunl.ina-II\'own QUALIFIED PROPERTY OWNERS

00 TOGETHER I rootstockFor Instant mortgage money Is yours when\ you build the
., MON.'iUEi;. those who lack a dO'- Jim Walter way. There's no shortage of mortgagethe

i i 45""Ma.iY 1"r. Dec. 1 IS. 19!). 20 finite green! thumb, try the 3-BR. COLONIAL money at Jim Walter...and you need no cash
WHAT A PAIR! (IAN potted stock, as these plants

f l i&MwiJ. GOES THE tiaWDATOB FROM OPEN 7:00: )-SHOW TIME 7:15: an- almost' sure to live Build tlzeJtmttla

j7/ > ONE/ HOT BCD ADMISSION] : Adults 75c. Students 60c: Varieties: to plant can be a.I wag, itS utucsuai
OF IITRIGUETO / problem Old-fashioned fay ,
Children Under 12 Free
SHE- 0. a at TOANOTNERIY orltles have advantages over ] When you build the Jim Walter way, you can be sure of getting the home

AN ) S' K'WfE FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY:' ) DEC. 16. 17, IS' the newcomers These in- you need at a price that will fit your budget. You may purchase your new
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1 TRIPLE FEATURE PROGRAM: dud! such as roses as Louis i' home built to virtually of
Philippe Summer SunshIne any stage completion. allowing you to spend
l PLUS I Mothersday. end Queen Eli- only as much as you feel you can afford at this time and you can make

vssN7LD fiehnlcelof/ 1. n( ;Jf.'" zabeth.! even bigger. savings by doing some of the Interior finishing yourself. It'll take

rrSfTtX rucA.T/tcap" .. \- Site Selection some work, but it's work that
II M..*. < ;, ; brings big returns In dollars. You may pur-
A 11E EWUI FafpatlaRODTAYOR ''l4rJh.\ .\I.'THIS Is y I Plant rose for cut flowersIn chase packages of interior finish materials from Jim Walter and install them

sFSPIKEyfRS( MFFTS Nit paE S GOAGIPLSI OH S1a1PAMIMALS f '; ft9ftll\A .'j' \' 11"; because a separate they're cutting far garden from yourself purchase\ them installed by Jim Walter. or make your own

WI D Gp IREVORHOWJARDJIl1StJQHN. COUN RV ::, S' ; r : handsome If pruned properly, arrangements for interior completion. Whether you choose the basic shell

1 I In.V. .,.".TAd' ... } oC'i coveted most of the time home or one more complete, 100% financinq is available-you need no cash.

,. with protective! fungicidesand
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"fitFS denuded:! of flower buds } >\ ..JJ'.rf -
TH V'Rf E daily B ,dJ.- !..ff.'h.' ,5URI, CUbO..Sztfl .

saoo'TFMALL I'I'I Select a site in n sunny location t7L j 1"1' l"" "- : ,
I MI In the! event the bed (] } '
QYIIVIVDii7)f e' FIG< } ) lllf'1 9 OifGEP is located near large plants, I ._..=....." .
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I ICAsH''FLAflr 1 protect bush"s from marau- far Wuhnrs-YacJtions-Retirement! : ::-"
r IIajCI'fiC! IFS VAlil ') C1 TIME FAVORITE'. "' 111iIttM'Wkk1. dliiu roots with a sheet oft i ,
-C1iaAtnslol&ullsaaml I =R metal rooflni! bulled vertically I Call, Write or Come bj/ Today.
; ;= nloni the side of the .
., Thurs. Dec. 21. 22:: Oal... bei II I t ""; ST\.
S MONSTPIS Prepare the planting site I .-- I
TOBACCO 'Ln:,' -
SIUAKIV.HIIHAN-JANET HIGHAmeriCAn prior to securing your rosebushes %/,. :; ,. i -c"'d i,ihf 'to bro* ... about your buildtig: and
ATTACK THE ',1 I If the! soil Is loose I !........\.'... "' ':;';I ,''i",'veiled-ant'g p',ia'1-1 Pleasa :ncj mj a I few catalog.' I am I I I

linrtt and sandy: remove it to.. WI AU OPCN CM. SUNDAY I
1-019 : Cortag
a depth of 1") Inches> and I e- : FL. I
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qReaM ROAD place with compost of rotted NAME. --- --
/ DO NOT CONFUSI WITH LITTLE SHOUTS ".., leaves manure and rich West Denver Street I AoeRSS'!: ___ .. __ __ ____ I

0* "SrOOK SHOWS THIS FULL hammock soil. For best 1 1'. O. BoC 62 JS CiTY ____STATE_,_ __ I
LENGTH FIATURI IS THI WCIIDIST. I IUNHKK ELEANOR PARKER -i-r: ? I -INCOtO (growth, be sure the replaced! Phone 3SS.15; "5; j I Tdphonr' __ I
FOR VVILOIJT MOST SHOCKING THRILUR OF I I. IYwIIN ". r m l I acid V-, -.. ..-si I ,.I Ccu" Ir
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D.\Y. DEC. 15. 1068 nit.\i>Fonn COUNTY TTXKORAPH.' STARKK. FLORIDA p.\rm NINE

't' ,1Rt 9 y- Funeral Services Cub Scouts Commission I menu Department spoke\ at FIRST JfTJlODI;
For the week ending Dec. a luncheon attended; I by CIIUKCII. M.UtKE:
+> 1 E i 7 For Dr. Brainerd To Go CarolingCub 11. the total kill in Blanding around 40 atiUf members 01 I Sunday Church School -

was: ; nine deer, four turkeys the two lojal plants jnd w, every fi n m 1.i 1 inn W.1'\
Held SaturdayDr Scouts will meet Tues thire hogs. "4 quail. 17 cat compllmcnt.ir:> in itiremarks I 11 a. m. f..e: C ..." .. C'h I 1. .;

day. Dec. 20. at 630; p. m, 4t squirrel, and th ue fox squir cu-icernlng the o,' will pi'( !sit 1 i C.i i, ,ii m.is I
Arthur A. Brilncrd. 73.
|; the Methodst Church Fellowship eration hers. Ctnlaia . of Keystone Heights! died rel.Lake
| Hail for a round of Butler ManagementArea I fn.' :MYF 6 ,
Wndni. -av Dec. 7. nfter a In order that local DuPoni: :; p
sudden illness.A <. caroling. reports 136 deer and:! 14 employees may: take :advantage I m Annual White Ch-I-.tmo..
iflj native of Durham. Cubs must 'wear uniforms turkeys killed during! the per- of the 'irliday season ;pr 'Ziam "'''t:h C il' 'ren'-;
41C'v and parents must! accompanythe I 101. Nov 12 through December I choirs '! 7 30.
(.onn Dr. Bralnerd hag lived: the Hlsh'and; : Plant will b-- :: PU: diJa tnj{ : '
.a boys to the pack meeting 4. I II closed dowi from December Monday Wesleyan l MYF :
n KI'\'itonl'> lleUhts for fourvears
g1 ) cumin from PhtladelMi I i!, at 7:30.: i iI I 23 until the first of the year. Sub-district m< i its at Pine .

.' pa lie was a retired; illuminating I Cubs in dens without den ManagementVisits I Ii Trail RiJge: will h- oper.ited| Grove Methodist Church

t a1 r> Ii Syr engineer, hav- I. mothers are Invited to the i DuPont on a llmltr-'l basis bilL'lll 7:30: p. m.

M, ;'ny! been employd! by the pack meetlur. I I also be closed on Defcmb'' 'j Tu"sdavCuh Scout Pack
x Plants HereThe m -"tliw in Fellowship Hall)
'hllar'elphl'EI'rtl'lc Com-
24 and:! 25.Instead
r 1 r. rnr ,, nanv for 32 years letlrimi In 125 Deer KilledIn I of t usual Christmas 730.:
Trail RI-ge: and Highland -
'YUad iallun". flout I I..* HJ m".III..1!: t by lingo diploma and I 1956. He was a a member of Blanding Area Plants of the DuPont dinner dance. DuPont \Ve''ne"dn'PVTT' ""I"t-
I the Keystone Hel"hts Community Inc! < 7pm. _
three girl graduates with bouquets of ru.ca.Attractive Company were visited by a staff memb'-is., their wives J .
C'lurch' and the Misonlc r lr
| : Hunters In, the Camp' Th'-r' 'rfnr"n"] > 'p1 i >
Homecoming Parade : lode of Danbui"v.Surviving Blanding Management Area Wilmington group of nine on officials December from 1 and guests will atteivl\ the I. ,. .

I r."nn. Gator Bowl l on D tuber -
have killed 125 deer and: 65 !jnmt1 (11
Frankle Lw JurKiton. Mix. ,* lYE of 1966. rlil>" on float In are his widowMrs for an Inspection of the physical -
I 1 turkeys during/ the current '| plant. 31 with dinner after\\ a. din .\ ri.iMtlflcilil. In the TV.J.};-
Iloniecomin pnriule' tart Friday morning. attended by member Ella. Kroll Bnlnerd:! of according to the'I
season I
Dr. J. Sclu-awder. generalI Jackson il'e! r.lSU'll hrlnlt" rf''I.
of her court. Keystone: one daughter Mrs. \ Game & Fresh Water Fish I manager of Dupont's PIg- ;
I, TClizabcth B. Kintz of Cant -
'n. Ohio: ore on Henry A

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Brainerd In"l"l"en"I" Ksni : -
"n" "Ix and'hiMrpnFuni''al
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYRecreation i ray services! "'<>,,1'( hI"'".

at 10 10 a. m. Siturc'nv in WHY N T [GET
the HcWitt C .Tonns C'1a'lp'!><

News,, between the Tigers and the it Kevton 7'pi"-h' n-'t-h r>r
The Reno recreation bas- Bears. Our boys really playeda j A. C Holt o'fHtln" 1ntl""-
ketball team will travel to good game. A. Chandlerwas nvnt was In the Keystone '

Daytona Beach to play Cy- shooting from every angle Heights Cemetery.
press Street Recreation De- on the court and to I THE E T

partment.Mr. everyone's surprise! he was Forest Service Royal Compact

Jackson is very pleased making them. Is Sold Out
with the hustling and spiritthe Banks and Blye also play- {
boys have shown in ed a good game on those re- I IOf Seedlingsi

practlre. He believes this to bounds. The Tigers won 87-1 float another highof I i
Junior High !School was
be the toughest opponent his Forest Service nurseries -
team Is to face this year. The 52.Christmas Vacation the colorful K.IE Homecoming parade. \ have sold out of slash
boys are being sent througha The 1966-67 Christmas pine seedlings for the current CIISTAS! 1
week of heavy practice for vacation will begin Friday. Griffin Harry Fisher I.Irs be present. planting season!: it was an-
this Important contest Dec. 16. at 3 p. m. School Casey Dean or Miss Reninia Sunday School will begin: ounced Saturday.
;ing! up Saturday, will resume Tuesday Jan. 3, Ellis, reporter.Mt. at 10( a. m. with Dea. Tom The nurseries still have'
Both teams will go Into at 8:15.: All happy children Morlah Methodst Hall and Bro. Dewey Taylor sand pine led cedar ant:!
game undefeated. will greet classmates and Church: Church School 10a. In charge. Morning Service'! catalpa seedlings! availableon

Plans are being made far a friends for a successful New m. The Christmas Service will be held at 11:15: a. m. a. first-come first-sen deluxe: fine
Christmas party to be held at Year will be held Sunday. Dec. 25. Young People Willing Workers basis. Sand Fine;! Is especially; I
the center. Watch this paper BAND ATTENDS FESTIVALThe at 4 p. m. and we are asking (IYPWWI will begin :?t 3) recommended for the deep hll'llilllrecabillctl'JI
for the date. Recreation acti- marching Tigers of all parents to please send the! p.r.:. and Evening Worship sandy soils of this area.
vities are held at the center RJE attended the District 3 children to practice from 41 Is scheduled for 7:15.: I I Prices of seedlings are $5 I

dally from 4:30: to 6:30: p. m Band Festival In Ocala on to 5 p. m. Workers are The public Is cordially Invited per thousand for sand pines, '' for every budget
All teenagers are Invited to Saturday Dec. 3, and rated a Frankie Jackson and LindaD. to attend these! and $10 per thousand for red
come out and have an even- Superior rating of one. Wimberly. In charge. Christmas practice cedar and utalpa! Purchase every room
ing of recreation. CIIl'RCH NEWS Choral practice is scheduled held Monday serVCCS'1 nnnlir-iition. blanks may be : 1' I-wl/i",1
Basketball Greater Allen Chapel AME: every Thursday night ednesday at 5 p. m. obtained from the Forest
The RJE Tigers and Tiger- Church, Rev. Ii. A. : '' from 7 to 9 p. m.- Frankie Band will be held TueiJay Service. 2s! liOWn .
ettes played their homecoming pastor. Sunday S:1mpllOn'l at """.1.'", r. ("'nn/rngrnr'try' atvl
Lee Jackson reporter night 7-SO.: r)4'. .
game here Friday night; m.; morning; service, 11 a. m. Church of Ood in Chrl.t-I An Emancipation prosrnrn CARD or TII\NKS I ...... r Ii! rd. coinpT; t console.. In renulur. .
host to the Bears of Choir Union will be held in ""f tlnlslifd. WnJnntei -pr'
being oil
Elder D. R. Williams, paswr.Business will be held January 1 at 3 We wish to express our I
Keller High, Macclenny. Lake Butler at 3 p. m. Rev. meeting will be held I p. m. The speaker will be sincere thanks to the many .and' SHI.t hl\rd..1 1 1 milid4l .

The Tigerettes and Bats Levy host pastor. Friday night; at 7:30.: All Lonnie Johnson 6th Grade friends who were a great e / l>lstlortlnew, dittKmlfwiitchcoii .
had to play a three minute First Born Church: There members are asked to please I teacher at RJE High School. help and comfort during the '"- ;''sa ultli fro.it m oared.
overtime because at the end will be a singing on December i "p' i
The public is invited to loss of our loved one. Rev. J. color control'
of the game the scores weretied 18 featuring the Florida tend:! Place will be anl1:>at-I E. Norman We thank Ovi' .1 i 'F w fI" (heal twin-cone. Mprnkrr.
After the three Singers Convention Rev. L.
29-29. ced later. Watch the for friends like Mrs. J.
LegislatorsPlan .
.. I'anU.ymirn
minutes were over the Bars N. Williams. The StarlightslThe I s. a Mil'1 and "IU'IllIIllItf':
E. Noimiinrid James
for the place : t
defeated the Tlgerettes 29- Sunny Rose and The, HearingsOn
Sunrise Gospel Singers of'' I i for just

36.Don't feel outdone. Tiger Jacksonville will appear at 8: New Laws Starkc Builders Supplies Offers
ettes. Remember there always I p. m. at the First Born I ., $C" 0.95
Gene Fhaw' of Biadi ..,,;t t rr "t r .i.
Rep V
has to be a loser Un- Church in Lincoln City All: You the Best inHere
fortunately In this case !it tickets will be a dollar and i ford. Clay. ard Union Counties ; Even Less With
met with olhei, I'1 :.sla- I3.i
had to be be purchased from
you. may .. .
The next game played was Mrs. Ruby Fisher Minister tars of the 24-county 2nd Worlancr Trade-in .
1 1I I Compression! : District including -
I four state somtors Z.IM.MI: .
in Tallahassee Monday nktht\:: n"tll,1. ("It'fIIl'"rllr ..t"I".1!

on legislative hearings In the compact' console In gralnidul.iut .

district.'< \\' solar ('.':.I?"r.U\V, ), or
The meeting! was held to .
In tfr.iliml. .M.i'.uu.iiiy: : <'i..1.l >
EXCELLENT work out plans for hindlinu ,
hearings on proposed local, ] ((23M3IIIC: ) HI..I hac'II' in'w

legislation: In the uHespiead lilt.*|frul cHi'iiti. lu'iiii. \\II"
district. front. mounted. color ("oIIlr..!..

OPPORTUNITYTo Rep. Shaw said he will accept 6" Oval tnln-coni t ".".ltk'r.
for consideration only Arc A Few Suggestions M.IK ,and. 1'11'1111I1111.' : .. I'uiifU..
local proposals that have
'L PC.
been passed upon by governmental yours for just
bodies, such a.s city Insulated Underwear 3.95
Increase Your Earnings councils aunty commissions -p $569-

or srhool boards Insulated Jackets from 5.95

And Learn New Skills "They must be in written Even Less WithIII'
l form." he said 1. "and will Ih'l $2.93Insulated! ;
then beublect, to pub'i'' 'W
Suits 21.95 Trade-in
lert,latlvp hrlulivs" : held for

APPLICANTSwith that puipoie' 1111 LB.! SPECIAL

New Booklet Plastic,, Covered Weights 21.95A t1 a : ..vne

basic electronics! or electricityto
Contains CompleteData Complete Line of Fishing r I
learn tube manufacture Former
On CountyA

experience with radio, TV, electric new J-palze< bo-ikle Tackle_To__Choose From_ ia1(3(3

appliance repair or similar background containing i l wealth of information RUBBER INSULATED BOOTS $5.95
about Bradford
will be considered. Related County and It- muntolpalltle'has
the Ready Made Basketball Goals $ "I 7.95With
Just been Issued by *
Forces experience or vocational -
Armed Bradford County Development Rim nnd Net
training also desired. Authority and the B. B. PELLET GUNS BOW AND --
Starke-Bradford County --- ...... -
Chamber of Commerce.The ARROW SETSACE.HARDWARE I
booklet, which will be '
A I STARTING(i KATK r used as a *aes! tool by the

two sponsoring! groups was EASY TERMS BANK n'

)DEPENDS; ON QUALIFICATIONS produced approximately at a $200.cost of accord-only 2x1.1" ,,,, i

ing to P. J. Novak manner UP TO 21MONTHS (Immiluif Kiirl.v: ".m'rlraA't3lrng", In grnulne. Maple vcnccrs -
of the Chamber of Com- : and '..II.... tilth 111..1., t. <. t..I.i Xineri'-iin, I'e./.I/ l lK.illiry

Excellent Benefits merce. mill l h".1 J .!I'" 'd' tag: ., .'. :..t Ii 'iii.nt.i| HViil t" ,.ie.,

Enjoy The inside paeres. containing I 1 ,l 3" X 3" hpi-nllT." coal [...ili'iitc-il Mlt :-I""l1ite f)....!.
numerous maps graphs NO PAY.MKNTS: TILL FEIUIUAKY; {

\ And Working Conditions and produced statistical by Novak's tables admin-v.er- s your* for just $650.00

istrative assistant Mrs

Catherine Heijzs. owned on duplicating by- handcrafted L built better to last longer
the chamber. The thrw-color 1I\MXVK.\KTKI:' : ('OJ.HC I ('II.\SslS!O :No' printed' clrciii'i.
_ _
rover was printed locally and no \production, NhortcntH. hurry: 7">nltli TV clm-nsls.. riinnrilliiilIH
8:00 A. M. TO 4:30: P. M. the attractive! plastic binding 1 J.IJO'h I .
IM( )% himdulrixl for the iitimmt. In npt'rntiug| | p<-nd.iliili'y.SI'PKK .
was obtained I through cooperation Black & Decker Drills from 9.99
of the Oilnesvllle! \ GIANT 1 ; loll' VIOKO (iTAKIt Tt'.MNO:' SYSTEM! with err IMMEDIATE!\

Chamber\ of Commpl're. JIG SAWS from 22.50 llunlve. finld. ('..nlac't.' for ultra" Men'.Itlae rcccptlo'. '. longer TA
-. SPERRY ELECTRONIC Publication of the bookie 110 and greater picture "tahlllt). 11'.. the norld's. fined
marked the culmination of TRADES DELIVERY I
of research arts compilation EVERYTHING FOR THE HUNTER :' "
months !SI'NSIIINE COMlt I'IC'TI"U: Tl UK-New riirnpluni. rnri.

DIVISIONSPEHRY.R of material that AND WOODSMANFor earth phosphor for greater picture bright, -s' nllh rciMrrmN !
TUBE would be of henefit to 1'00- brighter greens, brighter bioi..*..
Industries or businesses -

,\ D CORPORATION pectlve!! interested In locatliw That Hard To Choose Gift Now That You Are (Joint; to Buy ('olor'I'V Why ;Not; (;let the I5e-U Zenith Handcrafted. Color TVGAY'S
In tin- coUnty

Novak Is now recuperating Sec Us We Have!
(Ciitines,,'Hie, Fla. at his home In Starve after |

several weeks in a Gainesville! Home
hosolt.al'I.t.E'r- he i-ecelvM. Appesflow

An L'riuol: !! Opportunity Lmplojer! treatment IT n Ti"iiill: Storke Builders Supplies
n"-s attributed' t?: Ira He J
hopes< to be back en the 1 lab Owned and
Qpsiatsd by Eugene Tanner
*wx>n after the flr t of tM
Across From SAL Depot Starke Florida
veer. 3SS N. Temple Are._ Phone !))6l7.'llTllun
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Today's Homemakers .


What Makes A ? By Martha Sue McCain
Champion Dear Mr Matthews:

In regard to your editorial County Extension k

Guest Editorial By Jim Temple against each foe with their hair "County Zoning Coming Up" Home Economics Agent
1 was surprised! to learn that
U standing straight out on the back _.
BIG RED'S 1966 Tornado eleven Bradford County does not -
of their necks while they playedthe
wrote a new chapter in the annalsof have zoning to protect prop- Christmas shopping can bea paper.

gridiron history when they defeated BUS fight song. erty owners for tht good of lesson in good buying as For perky packages meant

the Plantation Colonels 20- You can't rule out those faithful all. r'r well as a delightful time of for chiMren: -tie a candy

6. In claiming the State Class followers that lined the highwaysin Zoning laws are today! a ,z.L 4M : secrets, and anticipation. At cane or red and white striped

every direction as they traveledfar must, but they MUST be reasonable holiday time when, young- package top package with
"A" crown for the second consecutive : and near to !see their favorites and:: fair to all, tak- sters often have a larger Santa face of red paper and

year they achieved a firstin display great skill and raw cour- ing 'the rights of all into consideration thanlsulIl allowance to cottonstuff your gift intoa !

Florida High School football. the fans tremendously home owners, spend, and a free hand in giant felt stocking-top a
The "A" division has been in existence age. They ( ) were business places trailer own- making their choices they gift with balloons-wrap a.

for three years. Wild- wrapped up in the for- ers- and property owners.A can learn some extra lessons! little girl's gift In lace with

wood, a Class "A" contender the tunes of Big Red, and their (the set-back should be required In shopping. Some hints lor artlfical flowers.-wrap a box

first year, defeated Lake City in fans) contribution cannot be on all construction: the young buyer to keep in inside a box tie a toy on

the 1964 finals for the Championship. counted as a small thing. homes business places et.::. i 7. .. / I'f mind are: top-use a blight paper bag;

Since then the seasons of What about the coaching staff? May I suggest a set-back on / til[ ] Suitability for the age tied with yam.
main roads of 25 feet, and
Where could find ded- ability and interest of the re- For masculine wrappingsuse
a more
and has
1965 1966 Starke com-
15 feet on all others. For the I -the financial of
L21 Care needed ta;
icated cipient. :
of youthful coaches?
dominated the group all
pletely scene. good of building permits the newspaper as wrapping
keep article in good condi-
Each with his of -
area responsibility for all '
should be required
Enroute to the 1966 crown BIG tion. r t31 Pleasure and satisfaction : papera road map-black
and possessed! 1 with a kind of construction, at a reasonablecost
and white tweed fabric with
RED crushed the State's biggest: the recipient will get
zeal that forbids, 2nd rate effort on a sliding scalethemore
a of red ribbon burlap fabric
and finest Class "A" powers. Plan- from the gift.! [141] Quality
and produces mastery in the phaseof the coat, the more the rUed with red rope suede
tation, Auburndale, Lake City, the product. 151) Value, considering -
the program to which he is as- cost of permit f C the money to be leather for very tiny packages -
Live Oak, and Palatka are peren- I note that your editorial a ', ._ ;; _I.- trim packages with
signed. Long !scouting missions! ; 4 spent. ((61 Price in relation'to -
nially the best in the State. In referred to a nearby county, \ shirt buttons.
those long hours of screening the total budget for
gaining victories over such giants!!, "caught with Its zoning law.* Christmas TASTY TID-BITS-
the Tornadoes claimed the films; the tedious labor over l own," and the resulting Influx shopping. CANDIED ORANGE PEEL
charts that revealed tell-tale ten- These are principles taughtIn
In ;
of new residents tct:2ii'
Score 4 in
heart-beat of a county caught up oranges quarters
home economics and v.ork
dencies of weekly foes the end- New' residents,
; trailer homes. with 'the point of a paring
in the spirit of being a Champion.In of
for any buyer, regardless
less sessions where detailed strategy no matter what they live In, knife and remove peel. Sim-
such emotion-charged battles
occasion for the Tilt
it trailers houses, age or
be or
produced the winning game mer in saucepan of water
the gutty band of warriors only purchase.
should be welcome by any
plan ; the understanding wives until tender, about 10 min
21 strong, marked a new gridironera county. They too eat buy GIFT WRAPPING IDEAS! utes. Drain 1 of
who were cast in the role of "Foot / : saving cup
at BHS, and forged a new die ball Widows" from the hot daysof cars, pay taxes, and last but ; For a different and unus- liquid.
from which future Tornadoes will : not least-vote.. It's the fault ual look, try these Ideas in Scrape Inner white portion,
August until mid December; of the county 1 if it does not My Lt r' wrapping Christmas
be cast. They called the new die "I.- from peel with spoon and
and all the other minute pieces of lbAr
have the proper gifts. discard. Cut peel" Into one-
-CHAMPIONS.Even the puzzle that must be finally In regard to trailers. For something>t unusual.. fourth inch strips.

though the Miami\ Herald put together in order to have a I don't consider trailers a use red corduroy tied with Combine 1 cup sugar with
rated the 1966 Tornadoes number ., ,. 4i
threat to the value of other
championship team.In green bows wrap in patterned reserved liquid. Stir over low
10 in their pre-season poll of prep the roaring crowd there property at all. The bill! of The "Ant Hill" Strikes AgainFARMER'S shelf paper too a heat until sugar; is dissolved.

powers in the State, few if any stands yet another group worthyof rights gives a man the right package!': with paper flowers Cook until syrup reaches 238

gave them a real serious chance to mention. The QuarterbackClub to live as he wants.-be It a cover a cardboard cylinder degrees or forms 1110ft ball
house or trailer. Trailers today ffrom roll of towels] in and
repeat as State Champions. However and its endeavor to raise a paper cold water. Add peel
the are one of the ways of with red and :yellow\ cellophane simmer 10 minutes or until
as season progressedand DIARYJudge
funds with which to provide the and here to
modern life, twisted at the top to liquid is nearly gone.
as players in key positions champions with fitting awards anda from $3,500 up
stay--costing look like a candle flame Drain well. Roll peel In
gained valuable game experience, a victory banquet. to as high as 8000. and are Not so long ago, we were Yawn had occasionto use rickrack, lace or braid granulated sugar Cool and

remote possibility turned into a What of those unheard and unknown or should be acceptable to just about flooded out with go out ir.to the woods recently instead of l'lbbonglue colorful : store in tightly covered Jar.

real potentiality and a wild, burning contributions ? Hearts that any county, with the proper the water table just a few Inches and came back repol.tlng sequins on green or red Makes one-fourth pound.

desire possessed the Torna- swell with pride and yet never regulations required of them, below the surface of the that he saw wild turkeys ---- -- ---
does along with their faithful fol- same as a house. Most trailer ground, but November running around in big batch
voice their inner feelings? The
lowers, and neither were to be de- owners take pride In their brought a real drought, with es. The only ones we've ever
unheralded sacrifices that no one trailer home. A man who Is only a fracton of the rain we yir seen were up in Baker County -

nied.Who will ever know about? The pain careless around a trailer usually get during that In the timberlands.

knows what makes a cham- endured for the' pleasure of being would be careless around a month. Ther was some hope WITH COUNTY

pion? the best? The plans of parents house. that the drought was broken, Speaking of wild animals,

For the 1966 Tornadoes it could which have often been altered to The reader may have however, with a little steady one of our favorite TV programs % A GENT

have been a sign on their dressingroom allow 100 per cent participation by guessed!! by now that I live in drizzle Sunday and Monday, is the Wild Kingdom.The YOUR t ;:
a trailer and am very glad I but It will take a lot more last episode we saw
wall which read their son or daughter.Yes .
do for several reasons. 1, like than that to get things! jreajly,, By McGarvey showed the explorer In a
"A winner never quits, the question still remains; hundreds of others who live wet again. jungle in South America, i

"And a quitter never wins." What makes a champion? in trailers, do NOT want to double that of last year. At where he caught and captured ceLW

No doubt their guiding philoso- Champions are made and not live In a trailer park, out Berry plantings. which are the market this year, we : an Anaconda snake by *
born. Every dynamic event has want our own lot to live on. not Irrigated' were beginning heard a lot of talk on the jumping out of a canoe and :

phy played an important role. had an equally dynamic cause. Trailer parks are good and to show effects of the benefits of spraying pecan wresting with it. That's one

Simply stated, without comment, The cause is usually a leader who bad, like other Places. It's dry weather, even though trees, and wo Imagine there trick Sam is not about to attempt -

it says, possesses dynamic qualities.Big what the owner of a par: protected by plastic mulchIng will be a bigger call for this even with the tame

'Pride-Pain-Dedication-t Red has leader who makes it. I know, for I have which conserves the service next :year.\ black; snake that hangs
a meets
Self Discipline.! in the past owned and oper- moisture in the ground from around our place.,
the qualifications. He is Wil- Byt
Hard work was no stranger a- ated a trailer park. So I drying winds and sun. The This is a cuod time of the
liam David Hurse. In this soft- Geerge T.
mong the personal characteristicsof say fair regulations for weather was mild last week, year to clean up around the In that program we- saw a .
each Tornado. Their spoken, mild mannered young trailers. The average trailer but severe cold. is reported- 'on place, and Sam Is busy in his number of anteaters, and ; Hugginv
man, Bradford County has a owner wants you to. Make! the way the first of the week, spare time cutting out the Alice remarked that we could

to spend many extra hours master planner. His care in seeing your regulations, enforce ant; that may kill off the underbrush and weeds which use a lot of those long-nosed
familiarizing themselves with the details through to completion them and all will be happy.I bloom and freeze the green just about take over during rascals around here. We sup- There are times when a insects have to be fought in

strengths and weaknesses of their gives him and his Tornadoes expect to become a prop- fruit. the growing season. The bit- pose that at one time there few ounces of PREVENTIONmay the U S. so that we might

opponents sharpened their savvy a erty owner in your county in ing pests which usually make were anteaters In this coun- be worth several poundsof have food. Some 1,500 plant
quick edge most of their
and gave them confidence. They op the near futre. May it grow The light rain Sunday and life miserable for you are try. If so, we have our own CURE. During> our at:aw- diseases and 250 annual diseases -
ponents. HJ3 sharp eye sees potential future and be a nice berry TOwing season this have to be conrt "\tcd.
spent long hours polishing on in the Monday gave some relief to! taking a long siesta now, and! explanation, knowing our !:
up talent and his;! patient attitude In I believe! just might be the case. Remember, this is just in the
their own plans and tactics place to live as the threat of woods fires resulting that makes the job a lot biting ants: that is, the ants
game doi/elops( a gridiron great. It la now. : from a combinationof easier. ate the anteaters, instead of The pest we need to keep Interest of food. We are told
in an effort to be the State's best. Perhaps his usual pre-game: Yours sincerely. dead vegetation brisk vice versa, all eyes open for now is the that there are over 250,000

What makes a champion ? statement his Homer H. Wilbur wind weather. r. spider mite Our most com- insects already labeled when
sums up coaching and dry Even Some sportsmen have suggested -
The 7-7 deadlock at Live Oak philosophy, 12033 N. Main St. though we got a little rain that a part of Brad- Incidentally. they've also! mon Is the species' known as :you\ Include insects in the interest -

could have triggered new-found 'Do your job first, then }help Jacksonville Fla. It Is still a good time to be ford County be set up as a had a few good meals on the red spider mite. The of people homes ornamentals -

desire and set Big Red upon its buddy." careful so far as burning Game Management Area, Sam's old frame and when other is the green twospotted trees, wildlife,

road to greatness. It could have The your mark of Hursecoachedteam LETTERSTo trash la concerned, to be sure and inquiries are being made the attacks came, he did an mite. Either one will severely etc. Some scientists say tho
a that the fire doesn't get loose now as to the procedure and impromptu version of the damage! plants. We number will reach nearer a
blocked punts and the is apparent. Every team Santa Claus the fora million. Well" number is
and burn the woods. the things !Javolved. So far as teenager's dances. If you have had red;! spider any
safety during a showdown battle member knows exactly what his we've heard, just about think this is an exageration. great number of years. 'The too many and we are mghty

with rugged Lake City that set job includes. His teams are not- Dear Santa Claus The last pecan sale of the everyone is In favor of con- Just try standing on an ant- two spotted: mite was first grateful that research has

the stage for a brilliant 2nd half ed for their skill and spirit; for I would like also a Tip-It Hands game season was held at the mar- servation of wild life, and we hill for a few minutes and we recognized In our area about brought us a variety of ma-
defensive show which very much; a ket for guarantee you'll suddenly become eight years ago. terials and working on more
gave Big their sportsmanship and their this Thursday, and it presume that goes double
Red a heart-stopping 23-20 victoryand self-discipline; for their pride and Down, Bomb. I game also seems likely that the volume the animals themselves. a number of the Pepsi! Since we may not be sure all the time.If .
and a Time this
about which one we nave you read! even as
added to their fame. this season will be about generation.
dedication for their manly behavior electric' football
; want an
and since either one will severely late as Saturday morning you
It could have been the defensive on and off the field; for game, a Cootie game, a Batman damage strawoerry have time to hurry out vo

stalwarts with their vicious stel- their ability to wear the State punching ball and a by Boo Doll Barbie Doll BB Gun, Bat mobile. Racingset Funeral Services plants :your\ first martial the Bradford County Fair-

lar play; or the running prowess ofa Crown In honor; and for their desire football suit and!:: shoulder and Kins Marry Set. Also Johnny Speed, Drum "et. For Mrs. Hines should be KELTHANE. To grounds and see most of a
football and some some Midge and Skipper and Walkle Talkie and a Creepy ,
swift and smashing backfield, or to keep friction at a mini- pads, a eliminate any degree of resistance great big horse show.A .
would Kin sets, and anything else. Crawler set
Also I
boxing gloves. Bradford Native
of folks who enloy
clutch immunity you group
a passing or
game; or some mum thus allowing a total team
Also .
kit much a Creepy People; Maker.I
like a doctor very Thank you
riding! horses and off ring
fantastic should alternate with an application -
receptions by ace receivers effort to evolve. While in the pro- and a O. I. Joe skin-diving would like a Super Ball Harold LeV I'0'1.: Mrs. Rhoda E. Hines. 83, of PHOSDRIN at a the people a place to go each

that geared Big Red so cess of building tomorrow's men suit. I also want a guitar, a too, a Silly Snake and a TW. Oak Street a native of Bradford County, later date. Saturday afternoon started

smoothly for their championshiprace. today, IIurse also;; builds Cham- drum a Trlk-Tralc. a Silly poodle that pulls a string: died Wedne<,.ctay. Dec. 7. in a Just as important as remembering this event several months ago

pions at Bradford County High Snake, Bernie Barnard, Mu- and talks. Lore Bradford Leads Jacksonville hospital after along \ to apply the material at Hampton. With up to 85

It would be impossible to leave School. sical Railroad. Sock-em Robots Denise Coats. Illness. Is proper application or 90 horses and 500 to 700

out that beaming, roaring, and What makes a champion? A lot Sno-Cone gum machine Area In Sales Surviving are her daughter to get the material under the spectators:: It out ;drew
sensational Creepy Crawler set, a Dear Santa, Mrs. Ruth Rhoden of under the Hampton facilities. About a
group of dedicated, of things, but mostly a dynamic Please Tax Increase leaves Getting it
and bicyc'.ebuilt send me a bicycle a
projector gun. a Jacksonville: a son. DredonA. to the
spirited cheerleaders if very bottom leaves 's mighty; month ago they moved
you were coach.In truck, a tractor, train set,
for two. Love Hines of Lake Worth; a at Starke and
continuedto mites Fairgrounds
Bradford County Important. :
trying to determine
what makesa such grand fashion the Tor- B-B clothes and
$ Dave Coats a gun. some step-daughter.'! :Mrs. Berta
lead ths area in sales tax hatch and multiply faster a'l the show grew even mora
football champion. No less im- nadoes' Tale for 1966 is told- some nice toys for brother collections for November Richardson, and a stepson the temperature rises above popular. The Interest is

portant was the contribution of a STATE CLASS "A" FOOT- Dear Santa. Jeffrey, who, is 10. Thanksfor showing an increase of 14.61 Samson Hines both of Phoenix 60 f'fO'eell. spreading and Is drawing entries -
dedicated student following and (in For Christmas I want a last Christmas. Love, Ariz. sister, Mrs. Ada
a BALL CHAMPIONS, two years per cent ever the same : a While we are talking about from a wider and wider
marching band that sent Big Red succession I Inortda' guitar and a piano organ anda Huey Chancey month in 1965. The amount Townsend of Orange Park: insect, might refer to the

vanity. I would also like a collected was' $22.20382 as three brothers Bartley 1968 yearbook of Agriculture area.The show Is held In a

piano table top pool and a Dear Santa compared with $19.374.78 for Thomas of Pompano Beach and a statement about Insects regulation size arena and it
football and basketball. I Please send me a radio, a and Bob and: Tim Thomas '
November of last year. The book, "Protecting Is open and free to the pub-
would really like an Easy B-B gun like Ronnies' a. pencil Alachua County showed a both of Brooker: her step- our Foods." tells us that lic. A good place to relax and
much anda with times on it, and Mrs.\ Hattie Thomas
Bake Oven very mother,
6.66 per cent' Increase, and more than 10.000 kinds of enjoy an afternoon.
The Bradford County Telegraph drum set a Dubble BubbleGum clothes. Thank you. Union County reported collections and three half-sisters. Mrs.
Maker, Creepy People P. S.-My name is Jeffrey Julia Jones, Mrs. Florence
12 07
up per Commerce.
and typewriter. Also Chancey. Goldman. and Mrs. Louise Small Business
ORID4 Established 1879 Maker\ a Collections in Baker County Ai a service to the small
watch-that Is whatI all of Jacksonville.
a pretty Jones : Loan Information
showed a decrease of 7.73 per business community thChamber
E. L. MATTHEWS really want most of all. One Dear Santa Claus. Funeral services were held
cent, and Clay County had a now has a supply
Editor and Publisher that has a chain and will go This Is what I want for: cent. in New Hope Primitive Bap Available Here material
AVEa decline of 3 89 per of informational on
around my neck If you will.I Christmas. Will :you\ please for tise Church near Brooker
collections to
Gasoline tax hand for distribution
O G y oldest Weekly would like a table tennisset bring them to me Bicycle, with Elder Louis Crawford Many small businessmendo
November totaled $33.207.00.a :!
> 1988 Newspaper Published. Cnttaummly too. A girl's flower basket Mohair sweater size large. inrreme over' officiating. Interment was in not know how to go about small businessmen seeking

griot Maathead.PubUnhed .Under the Same bike. That's all. Love, Suzie Homemakers, Braided the substantial$43.873 62 collected' during New Hope Cemetery with arrangements applying! : for: a long term long term capital! which ex-

Sherry Coats pony tall. Walkie Talkie anda the same month }fast in charge of Wilson loan from the Small Business pla.lnshat to do if you want

Each Thursday and Entered M Second Fleas Suzy Smart Doll. Funeral Home, Lake City. Administration neither do to apply for a loan from

Mutter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla.Undw Dear Santa Claus. Thank you, year. they understand loan policies SBA and current of
Act or March 8, 1879. I want this for Christmas- Evelyn Leverson ABERDEEN ANCCSWillis EDWARDS BUYS ANGUS governing! the functions of
the organization! This
In Trade Areai 1 Tr. ,,.,,501| 6 Mo. $ .oo. Transistor Jr. Radio, Beauty 730 Oak Street J. M. Edwards Jr. recently this Agency of the Govern- ma-
and Vanity Make-up., Yellow Sherwood of Starke ment, according to P. J. Novak terial may b* obtained by
outside Trade Area: 1 Yr. Ms 1 6 Mo. 92.25.: Dear Santa purchased five registered An-
Time Bomb Game Mystery Claus. recently' sold an Aberd M\- manager of the Starke- calling at the Chamber of-
Game Cootie Game Alan with This Is what I want for Angus bull to Brett E. Kirk- gus cows and four Aberdeen- Bradford County Chamber of fice.BRADFORD .
Christmas. Cowboy suit size{ Angus bulls from Leslie
arms and legs that bend. Bi- land of Gainesville.
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You have made the name of Starhe and Bradford County known and respected -

throughout the State of Florida. \We admire your courage, enthusiasm, and PI'l .

i,;l ability to come through in the clutch when the going gets rough. We want you ..
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and pledge continued 100% of team ."
community, we our support your great BHS COACHES

I, effort. Tony Griffith: Chuck lIaon.Varney:, '\dkin.on, David llurse, Tommy Malloj Mike Sexton.EDWARD'S .

CHARLEY E. JOHNS Noegel's 301 Restaurant FLORIDA BANK
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L. B. Alvarez Service Station I trad ford Count}"*!s Nicest
SUPPLY Department Store

WK Hl'Y' TIMMKK AM= LOGS; Independent Telephone Corp. AND GIFT SHOP Simpson Bike and Hobby Shop .
2'I{S S.Walnut I t St.
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Wives And Guests (Keystone Council !
r I Keystone Indians EntertainedAt
KEYSTONE Entertained By Makes 2 ChangesIn

Legion Post 202 Garbage FeesTwo
Annual Awards BanquetThe

HIGHLIGHTS Members of the new Keystone changes In the rat.' of

slflii Helght -Melrose: American garbage collection fees wen 1 annual Keystme

1 By Mary Schaeffer Legion Post 202 entertained made at a special meeting ol Boostei Club's Football

Phone oj 73.4 127 their wives dates, and the Keystone Heights Cit., Banquet was held Friday

guests at their first social Council Tuesday night night Dec 9, at the educational
event a Christmas party, in The monthly charge for building of the Com-

TEEING: : OFF boys used egg-shells, styrofoam the Enlisted Men's\,, Club at businesses! was reduced from munity Church. ,

Nassau was the tournament -1 balls sequins, stars Camp BlandlnK Tuesday $4 to $2.50 and the ate for t Vw Clay County! School Superintendent ;: I II I

last Thursday. Dec. 8,i cotton construction pioer' evening professional offices was Jesse P. Tynes Ji: II
for the Keystone Lady Golf-' Blue anij lots of ingenuity Following a social hour raised from 50 cents to $1 25. was the principal speoket s I

ers. Vonclle Ketch had !low I On Saturday, Dec. 10 .he from 6:30: to 7:30.: dinner \vti3 and the rate for churches, 50 His In.splrltational address. I
net 72 for 18 holes. Erma! boys attended a Pack outing i .l r served at banquet tables, cents. I L T TS. pointed up the enduring' I

Rushton came up with a low with the rest of the boys decoratedj/ the holiday motif The fees must be paid in benefits to be derived from I I I

34 net on the front 9. Alir-: from the other dens With 6Robert In a brief after dinner advance, on an annual or : : lessons of team play: dlsclpI I
tha Hayes took the back 9:I fathers Bill Beam and Frank t speech, Post Commander semi-annual basis Clerk Jo' I line and self reliance learned

with 36 low net. Mittle &Ilay- : Ilgen as guides the boys Graham F. Hutchison welcomed Baker was instructed to sen BKOKAS in practice and on the play-
nes had low gross In the 9 toured Camp Blanding and (Cup) !Smith il-ft) of Callahan I U |rwteil' at lion. members and guests out notices to those tfho : ing field.

hole group.A looked for Just! the right tree Club meeting by President: Joseph11dt.. and predicted a future of have not yet paid, stating : Coach Rhoden presentedthe
mixed Best Ball Tourna- for the Pack Christmas Party growth and' service to the that garbage and trash collection 21 lettermen with certificates -

ment will be held: Sunday. Dec. 16. The boys pickedup Keystone Lions Entertain Wives community for the new post. service will be discontinued In lieu of letters. The

Doc. 18, with proceeds to go shells as souvenirs: Following dinner, dancing as of Decembe' 31 letters and jackets will be

toward construction of a (Shells from the firing range At Annual Christmas Meeting was enjoyed to a late unless their fees are paid by r awarded at a future date

kitchen on the west side of I that isll I hour that date.Saturday Rhoden praised his three :M. BROKAS
the clubhouse. The Association On Dec. 13 the Dn 3 Henry Ensterllng was seniors. Stefan Brokas C'les- Best Defensive Back
Is hoping to make tnU Cubs made Christmas gel Gs: The Keystone Jlelihts excellent student "Certainlythe chairman of the committee ter Glenn and Johnny Moon.-I

the biggest and best one yet. from nlastlc bleach bottles. I Lions held its annual Christmas gift of sIght is worth any on arrangements for this cn- saying that this year's ar.Ss -,ess'P. "- '
meeting Monday night effort made'' by Lions 1,0 1 joyable affair. evening they along
DEN THREE BOYS to march In ihc' I / cessful season was due :
KEEP Bt'SY Christmas They plan Parade: in Keystone 'I with the wives of memoers I provide funds for this: foundation with other guests attended a large exent to the '"UC-I t
On also In attendance Gifts ." the speaker said. party at the home of Rlcnai: insr Senior leadership." .
Tuesday afternoon on Friday.':! Dec. 18 in I
were exchanged and the I President Joseph Whit\ announced Corbett.
Dec. 6, the boys of Den 3 of the afternoon. and Jim Martin. v In addition to the
I tables were beautifully decorated that ten entries for Methodist to little ILa1'l'Y ]
Cub Pack 305 and their J2n KEYSTONERS ATTEND The Melrose : Ha.ppy Birthday cates, individual awards ware rnrr
in the holiday theme. the "Peace Is Attainable' essay who will Dtf'' nndl
mother Fran Turknett, had BIRD COUNT DAYMrs. I held a Bake Sale at the Post Thompson given to Stefan Brokas I
,i a busy and absorbing time Main speaker for the oven- contest had been received Office last Saturday. It was four this week and also Hap-Y' Johnny Moon who tied for]
making Christmas! Tree decorations Ronald Arrowsmitti trig was Deputy District Governor at the time of the deadline.\ reported a great success. The py Birthday to Bruce Rot.hi theaIlO11'I1 Most Valuable
1, which will be used of Melrose conducted a preparatory "Cap" Smith of Callahan Tht'se111 be turned over to Methodist Church membersare hammer who will be five on .1. MOON I Plaver Award.
: Tlril For MostValuable
to trim the tree at the tour on Saturday who is also district drive I the panel of judges: Miss planning a Christmas the 13th of December IMI' | Other superlative awards

!, monthly Pack Meeting, Dec morning Dec. 10, for the director for the Florida Lions I I Gertrude Houser. Dr. A. C Party this Saturday at 7 p.1 and11's.: John Rosi': Player I went to: Mike Murrhee. D"stDefensive

16. For the decorations, the I National Audubon Society Foundation for the Blind. He I Holt and Mayor Al NHion.' m. at the Educational BuIlJ- had as their guest, Mrs. RJ"b' i Lineman: Chester
'I Bird Count Day which will be presented an Informativetalk I Their decisions will determine ing. There \\11be\ singing,.1[ mother Mrs. Ada Robinson I vancetnent of the Order. Glenn Best Offensive Lineman
i Wednesday Dec. 28. of how the money raised the three club winners refreshments nroj' then Santa' Recent guests of the Ross', A social hour follower:! In I' ; D. Hinrk\ Best Offensive '

'I Keys toners who participated annually for the Foundation and the first place winner Clause will visit with the were Mrs. Ross two brothers the banquet hall with refreshments Back: Mickey Brokas,

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS were Mrs. Fremont is used, among other projects will then be entered In the youth. Young and old are In- and families. Mr. ebouyrr' served by the Best! Defensive Back.

Tolles, Mrs. Edmund Dwyer. to support the North Florida district contest. It is possible \Jted' to Join in the Fellowship. O. H. Robinson! of M I host Mrs. Teen! Elscn- I John McGrath received th 'p

I Jr. and :Mrs. Henry Sch'ihcr Eye Bank. that this winner could go on and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rob- ', Mrs. Amy McEliath, award for the most Improved

Anyone Interested in joining The speaker cited two of to the first prize of It! $25.000 1st-6th Grades at Metros inson of Port Orange. 1\11'01. Alma Frost, and Mrs., player, and Jeff Batts received

I Bird County Day group! I the many cases of people scholarship grant. High are having class parties! Rev. and :Mrs. James Fink: Jean Bonner. the coveted Best Sport
should contact Mrs. Arrow- now able to see as a result of The Lionel!as presented] a this Friday. School will let are the proud parents of a I Chapternembers are Award. I). IIINCK

smith for further details. Her the Eye Bank who before Polaroid camera outfit to the out next Tuesday Dec. 20 new born baby son Paul Eric. I grateful to the Mclroxe Ma- Coach Rhoden was ;presented Best Offensive Back

telephone is Melrose 475-' Its inception, were doomed to clubs to be used for publicity until Jan. 4 for Christmas He was born Dec. 7 at 6:40a. : sons for the installation of with a desk set from

j 5745.WOMAN'S. i blindness. One case, a girl purposes. The presentationwas Holidays m. weighing in at 9 Ibli. the new kitchen floor which the team. An anonymous i
MELROSE : CLUB NEWS i born blind, had a corneal made bv Lionella President Junior Beta Club, sponsored Mrs. Fink and son arrives was made possible throughthe croup presented "War Chief"
transplant ;t the age of' Helen WHdt. Mr. Barringer will hold a home Saturday from the Al- Interest and efforts of Rhoden with a watch This
The Woman's Club of Keystone four and Is 4th I' The Lionellas also prepared I dance Saturday night Dec. 17 achua General Hospital.I I "Koon" and Arcena Wilson. lift! may have been instigated
nov.In the ss
BUSINESS Heights will have a the delicious turkey dinner i at the .school's gym. The: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Aliens For the past year, they-\\1tn bv the team members 'sRhodens ,w 1rl
Family Night Covered Dish grade of school and is an served at the meetingMELROSE. "Fifth Dimensions" of completedhis the assistance of other Masons old time piece was
son, John has Just
Supper on Tuesday evening Gainesville will furnish mu- have served a supper apparently responsible for
in parachutesand
DIRECTORYAuto I Dec 37, In the Educational I Wheelers Win sic. The chaperones will be arrived home Dec. 3 forseveral preceding lodge meetings.Net some long practice sessions.'
Building of the Community I'Y."" .y.""" "- Mr. and :Mrs.. Barringer and from the earnings from the voluntary The banquet was catered.
days leave s
Sales & Service Church. ,Sales Contest Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jackson. Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence donations have paid bv the Women of the Com

I They hope all of their, Second YearMr. I There will be refreshments.See Samson of Mount Dora was for the materials. The Ma- munity Church. Mrs. Walker

SPRING MOTORSComplete members and their' families Junior Beta Club mem- recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. sons renovated the kItchen and her Home EC. class did
bers for tickets or pay at the made minor repairs, and laid an outstanding job with the
and Mrs. Art Wheelerof I
and wUl them
guests join
Service Sc Part
door Drag -40c, Stag, 25c. the floor. service 'and decorations. -Lc 9
I Following the supper, there Wheeler Service Co. Highway Col. and Mrs. Jessee Green .
winners the
nil be a special holiday mu- 21 between Keystone Duplicate Bridge Wednesdayfor I A "miracle" occurred I-
"If It's For A Volkswagen will be leaving
1st place afternoon of the chapter
last week were:
I Heights art;] Melrose, nave 17 boys from West. They
We Have It.
(Continued on next Page) been notified that they are Boy Scout Mrs. F. S. Hubbard and Mrs a trip I meeting when Bill and Sea I bower of Christmas glitter,
Always Plenty of Good Used Troop 109 recently participated will be gone thru January. I
2nd place. Schroeder were driving along
Paul Johnson.
again a top ten winner with festoons of bells hanging -
Volkswagens In Stock in a campout at Camp and Mrs. J. L. Price< :!I .
Mrs.E. ahead
among Whirlpool dealers in I Mrs. W. J. Orolick and Highway/ 100. A truck overhead, and bright red
Green Cove Sprlim. Z84-9209 KEYSTONEDriveIn Florida Charles Frances at Intor- P. Wright. 3rd place Mrs. Sr. had as their guest recently I of them cither dropped or poinsettias, holly leaves and

AUTO SERVINEKING'S ThIs means that Wheelers lachen. Some of the /scouts Paley Boyd and Mrs. Mary their daughter and husband hit a large metal bar whICh berries along the center of M. !MURRHEEBest
passed on cooking and knot- 4th Mrs. Rov Mr. and Mrs. Kelly crashed into the car wind- Defensive Lineman
Theatre was among the top ten deal- Cook. place. the dining tables. Ceraml:
ers In Florida showing the tlelng. Al Schoeneman Brvan and Mrs! J. P. Vo?e. Nail of SunnyvUle, Calif. shield breaking/ glass fragments Christmas trees, the art

Fri.. Sat. Dec. 16. 17 largest percentage of gain In Claude Martin and Art The Cosmo Club will havea Their. Nails I I friends will bj and:! showering Bill work of Mrs. Elva' Scott,
i Service Station I 1966 over 1965 They are one Wheeler, Scoutmaster and Christmas Party at the glad to hear they are in theprocess and Bea with glass Miraculously graced the hospitality table

'\ USED CARS ATI SmaII of the two dealership who workers accompanied the home of Mrs Frank Becker of moving back to the bar> fell out'Ide and the /gift tables. The committee i

I BARGAIN PRICES ..... have won this honor for two scouts. Wednesday 12 of December Florida, they hope some- the car and neither suffered chairman. Mrs. William
There \
will be a Court ol 1 In Melrose
at 2:30 m. where near or ma.lor injury her
.s straight\ years. : p. any Beam Sr., thanks '
{ Honor the 22 of December at The Golden Age Club will! Joyce Isgette and her The next meeting of the committee Mrs. Catherine w.
| .AND\ ACETYLENE Did I As their award they will the Parish House. Chris '01'- of host to a be Friends
have a program! the 22nl mother played Chapter will Hopkins, Mrs Elva Scott:
I WELDING\ be given a trip to the Oran.ieBowl pell will receive 2nd Class: December Thursday at 1 p. party at their home last. Sat Night and the annual Chl'I,;t- Mrs. Ruth Malmgren and

I MKLROSK 47V2IS1: DDJrI football classic and In Miami an Rick Wheeler Star. Investiture m. Anyone Is Invited but be urday night with around 25 mas Party. Anyone planning Roland Coutu-for their assistanro. -
all paid stay
expenses of Tenderfoots for Gary sure to bring a nice Rift to guests. The "Islanders" of to send a Christmas gift to "
JBEAUTY SHOP for New Years weekend.
_I Brumbaugh Harold Butts. be exchanged with another Melrose furnished the music the Masonic Home In St After luncheon, a short '

I KEYSTONEBEAUTY Mike Mylls, Roland Price:! guest or membtr Petersburg please contact business meeting was conducted !_
,. fA out,MMtfHTQIIIBII. A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH and Hal Eisenacher. Every- Ed D. Longnecker hart a W Leon Ownbv 473: -4861, by President Julius yb ybrl
: SHOP bring result one is Invited to come and Elmer will take it there. __
[.t visit from' his cousin. NEWS NOTESBy a.s he llll sol\. The: following of fleet's _
I' see these boys receive their Whitehail. Midi
Edith Johnmn. Owv.r Ackerson of Proficiency/ Award for the new year were
Personal i Merit Badges Three scouts Mr Arkerson! Is! on hU way Helen Egan were given Worthy I\lnt-n installed by Mrs. Hanson:

&: Creative ; passed Life Saving at the to spend! the winter with h.a Dorothy Koons. Edyths President Julius Hanson:
J' Hair Styling i i University, Instructed by daughter In: St. Peterf.bui'g. Nicholson P. M. and Secre- Vice President Mrs. Ethel

Individual Beauty Care I Coach Aquatic Instructor Kristy Carr's guest for the EASTERN STAR tary Beatrice Schroeder P. Weyman: 2nd Vice President ,,

Every Form of Beauty Culture Fred Walsh. They were Billy weekend was her school! Grand instructors! representatives M. Mrs. William Beam Sr.. Sec
Open Tues.-Sat. 9-5; I II Ii Ij Sohoeneman, Rick Wheeler: friend Linda Rothhammer and committee ('()'!:\U'SIT'IIUU'II retary Mrs. Emily Ison; and

Closed Monday I L members of the Grand Chap- The regular/ meeting! of Treasurer, Mrs. Nettle Smith. C GLENN:

Keystone Heights 47S-4M5 j ) ter of Florida were honoredat Community Churchwomen Mrs. Malmgren, program Best Offensive Lineman
CLOSE OUT J/J7/ meeting on was held December 5. Preceding chairman presented the
the Chapter
( Electrical Sales & ServiceYeoman's December 6. Quest memberswere the devotional a musical Christmas program including

I 1966 MerchandiseREFRIGERATORS: represented from I program was presented' songs by Mrs. Scott, a poem
', Electrical Aj Gainesville 44.Valdo 120. bv Mrs Robert Hen dry. soprano read by Mrs. Ralph Griffin '' '"kr 'S 1 ,.

Sales & Service and Newberry 198. accompanied at the and, group singing of carols. try.. A fao,
piano by Mrs George ".,- Games were enjoyed during -
> Frlgtdalre Appliance The Grmvd Instructor ol: 1
) I ova. Mrs A C Holt !save a the social hour.
t District 8, Gladys Roberts.wai | <
Maytag Wa her .
I Bible lesson story.A
I A Memorial service \\'n<1
,I. Zenith and Motorola TVs !given a special welrom'1! splendid report on the I held for John Cross, .,vho
> Slegler Heater by Worthy Matron Dorothy
recent Bazaar-Luncheon was passed awav on December 3 4
P. O. Box 166 Mrfroej Koons! In the courtesy, emphasis I the cochairmen.Mrs j
given He was!! a charter and original < -
I Phono 475-2171 h was placed on the ur! -
: Charles Wallenlus and member of the organisa
17 Double Door $299 w.t. ad-
I selfish service of love In
NURSERY I :Mrs Roy Bridges( IndlcaMni\ : tion of AARP. and was everfaithful
14 Double Door (copper) $189 w.t. that the goal of $2.000 nit In Its service. He always :

O.C.Carnes Nursery Income was far eXCf'e led\ did more than his part
Floruhome i r a 14 No-Frost - - $239 w.t. I Cliff and Rose The executive committee recommendations to make every occasion anJ

Hlway 180. 11 Freezer - $139 w.t. : Are Back! were approved every activity of the chapterone
Starke I
Mile SB of
i a.s follows: that the balance to be proud of
Nursery Stock -Thousands WHIRLPOOL WASHERS Serving. The Home- I of the carpeting In the PERSONALS
of Plants & Fruit" Cooked Meals! You LikeIlreakfuHt new sanctuary be paid off Mr and Mrs. J. Stanley

". Trees to choose from. NIce 3 $189 w.t. cost of plumbing
2 Speed, Cycle - and! the LaCoste and Arthur Berber
Shade Tree, Evergreens I II heating and other repah !spent' Sunday' with former
3 Cycle Dryer (Demo.) $125 w.t.
Plants. All School
r, & Landscape needs in the Sunday Washington D C. friends in J. BATTS
:: 't tin containers plant any- I annex cottage be met.. The Deltona Flu.Charles .
time. Camellias &: azaleas. Couples Class has worked King of Twin Sportsmanship Trophy

(j Let ns do your landscaping! Planning Pays Off I No Payments Till FebruaryTV I wonders In the repair and refinishing Lakes will observe his 91st

4 Phnn *.. .!UI8Sl.j of this small building : birthday anniversary on

and on its completion December 17. Those wlshlPB/ s
[ PACKAGE STORE In Family Happiness classes and groups may
l.j other to say "Happy1 Birthday" may'
enlov its facilities address cards to him at Lake
THE BLUE PINES -1'$1 _, ___ ,,"s 8 Till 10 CIIRH"TIJ.USCIIE01l: \ Geneva Fla.Welcome" I'
TV $99 w.t.
12" Portable - -
Package Store & Seems like the family that gets the most $1.00Luncheon Mrs. Al Lagassee's! Circle U emended to
19" Portable TV $129 w.t. members will be hostesses for ,
COCKTAIL LOUNGE fun out of life at Christmas! time, is! the - 12 till 2 covered dish luncheon at Jerry and Patsy Barclay who

Open 9 A if-18 P. M. Excep' family that looks ahead plant ahead 21" Portable TV - $159 w.t. $1.25 the 12 noon on Monday. Dec. 19 recently moved here from

Bunda. and Saves ahead. That way. they always educational buiUlnz\:! ; Syracuse N. y Mr Barclaywas try
Portable TV $189 w.t. in the<
Dane Everv Saturdar NIght 23" - Dinner 5:30: till 7:30:: associated' with General
have money to pay the costs minus A special musical projrrrunwill ; : it.
OF I Electric in Syracuse. They
4 MILES I (W.T. Working Trade) i $2.25 be !given by Mr. and "Mrs
KFVITOVKBUSED l 3WTGWFS have purchased the former
Villa Plum-
ALL DINNERS[ I Henry Fluegge of home of the Lindsey Walker!

KEYSTONE STATE BANK STYLE; Mrs. L,. C. Stripling, president
Hanks Used Cars I The annual Christmas par-
of the Garden Club ol

BIG CASH!=: DISCOUNT Member P.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. I APPLIANCE STOREBetween Palmetto Room e I ty members was and enjoyed guests by on many December the Lakes recently attendea 1

TERMS: :Melrose and Keystone :Melrose! 475.2101 8 In the Masonic Hall. demonstration 'at the Garden J. McGRATU
.. UY SELL TRADE "Tour Friendly Bank In Your Friendly] Park-oMhe-Palnn! The decorating committee Club In Jacksonville, Most Improved Playerr

Rt. 1 ROT 00 Community. EVERYTHING WITH SERVICE Rd 100 Keystone Ills 1 I transformed the hall into a.\ conducted by Grady WrightA
II",,.. 100 8 Mlles !S. i Starfce! 1 1I t f -,j < noted, flower show Judge.

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: i Dec 10. We hope she Is is I Iyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Friday for the Christmas was very beautiful! 1 Praise Service. 7:30: p. m. ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship, 11 a. m. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH

happy as we were last year, Holidays New Lire Bible Club Mr and Mrs. Lawrence of Church Choir practice 8:30.: STARKE Training. / Union 7 p. m. Even- Sunday School. 10 a. m

KEYSTONE when we were the luck one. THERESSA Mill take a ]holiday: also. The Keystone Heights have return Thursday Auxiliariesmeet Sunday Mass 9:15 a. m. ing Service. 8 p. m. R v. Morning Worship 11 a. m,

Now comes the hard part. club will continue on :Monday Irom a- three week visit at church, 3:30: p. m. Tuesday
HILITESFrom and hunting with relatives Visitation at Inquiry Class. PrayerMeeting, 7:30: p. m
Decisions! Decisions! I By Becky Newham after Christmas.The trip church 7:30: 7 p. m. C1IVRCH OF GOD
? Christmas pixu.-am; in Northwestern Penn. 8 m.Tl1ursda.y. Wednesday. Rev W. L.
PARADE? "HAT FIRST CHRISTIAN 422 N. St. Clair St., :Starke.!
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAACHURCH will bo at the church Wednesday and Friday Newr.lll8, pastor.NORTHSIDE .
Mrs. Billy
At this 'writing we nave: CIItRCH HTARKK Sunday School! 10 a. m.

( precerdinff/ Page i not wind of n Parade to be NEWS night Dec: 21 at quite pleased the way the Mass, 7:30: a. m. 19'30 a. m. Worship Services 'I a. m. and BAPTIST

Elcnl irH l Friday Dec- 16. In Keystone I Hope) Baptist Church 7:30.: young/ people trimmed her Morning Sunday/ School Worship.-9:43:10:45:a. m.a. for grade and high school students I 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday Located on BayitMS etlgh-
program. The choir has been a )
Since school Is out this new Christmas tree for her on Meeting
HcUhts But no one 7:30: p. m. Prayer 223]at Ralfort
Due to a conflict of dates ;; success Please don't forget Saturday night while guestsin m. Christian Service Hour. Saturday Mass. 9:30: a. m. way (SR Road
dinner will be at 6 p. m. seems to know any particulars -; they will have practice again: the 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. Friday. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. ISR ]8)). Services: Sunday
ChurcH her home for )progressive -
sharp rather than 6:30: as nor did anyone divulge I Faith Presbyterian after Youth Choir IIEILBRONN BAPTIST Williams, pastor. School, 10 a. m. Sunday
Wednesday night
previously planned. ; any details to u<-so all we -R< v J. R. .Neale W-Ulare.Ji mlnte Christmas Dec.$ 28 afar: her house.supper that began at I Practice 3:30: p. m. Fellow- Sunday School 9:45: a. m. FIRST PRESBI'TERI.NSunday I, Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

CHURCH POOR-BOX can say Is: look for parade !- VW. A Swisher prayer mi>etlnB. The! Ju'llor ship Supper, 6:30: p. m. Mid- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. School 9:45: a. m.I Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
ganist; Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. Mabry front week Bible Union 8:30: p. m. .
ROBBEDOne on Friday afternoon. will have choir practice again StudY 7:15: p. m. Training Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Service, 7:30.: MidWeek

cnn.t help wondering HERE :N' THERE: summer organist.School. 9:44 m tills. Sunday night afterchurch. Keystone spent the afternoon I Adult Choir Practice 8:00: p Evening: Service, 7:30.: Mid- Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. Prayer Service Wednesday
Frank W Sunday : Friday visiting Mr and Mrs. m. week Prayer Service. 7:00: p.
Mr. and Mrs. :30.Rev.: Law-
would This 7:30P. :
of past Sundaythe Practice Thursday
what kind a person Morning Worship, 11 a. m. O. K. Childs. Choir
111., are j m Wednesday. -Tl'oy Johnson .
of Chicago. hon pastor.CALVARY
Radke ,
But church congregation
steal from a church Sunday, [Nursery open both Mr. and Mrs. Alford Un- BAYLES.O II'GHWAY pastor. m.
William's l- visiting Herb Nelson and son Birthday tc
someone went Into St. hours.J sang Happy derwood celebrated their 131 BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST
Church sometime lastweek Herbie Jr. at their home on those present having their SMYRNA! MISSIONARY KINGSLEY: LAKE
wedding/ anniversary on I Sunday School:, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. nMorning .
Lnkovlew Drive. Mrs. Radke -EpI .conal Birthday In Dec. This Sun BAPTIST CHURCtt r
and did a bit of "surgery" / Thursday Dec 8. I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. BAPTIST CUVRCII 11 ,
a u
'which I lEleanorcl 1 Is a sister of the St. Anne's Rev. W. W day there will be a Choral Sunday School. 10 a. m.
on the Poor-Box Pastor and Mrs. M.-rle: Training/ Union 6 p. m. 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday I Training Union. 6:80: p. In.
Lit Mrs. Nelson. WorsW l. vicar; R. O. Copeland Hymn SingiiiK at the church, Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
stands in the center I Packnam spent the day Evening Service, 7 p. m., services: Sunday School! 10 a. i Evening' Service. '::30. Prayer
Union, 6:30: p. m
They weren't very thorough New owners and occuoi.its onranlst. \ in the nfternoon. Thursday Dec. 6 In Jacksonville Everyone welcome. -Rev M. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. TrainIng Training i Meeting. Wednesday, 7:10: p.I .
Ser 7SO. Prayer -
and Worship :
however, for. after going to of the Dan Reamer house on Morning Prayer Sunday School 10 a. m.M0l'l11ng visiting\ Mrs. Shirley Hall David Medeiros pastor.ASSE.J Union, 6:15: p. m. evening' Evening Wednesday. 7:30.: I m.Rev R. H. Butler, pastor.
2nd and 4th Sunday Meeting,
the trouble of prying: off the Lawrence\ Blvd. are Mr and mon. : Worship 11 a. m. who Is a patient in St. Vin Worship 7 p. m. Everyone

lork. they left a 50c piece in Mrs. Albert Malmsjo: who 0:30: a. m. [nursery oPfn.1 I Training Union 6:30: p. m. cent's Hospital also Mr. A. R. UTVVAY CHAPEL LY OF ODD welcome. Elder T. C. Williams -Rev. Jim Rigdon pastor. AIRPARK BAPTIST

the box. It was so easy and come from Wln Waj.: Conn Holy Eucharist and sermon Evening Worship 7:15: Wed- Marvvlck who had surgery pastor.LACR. BOATIJRA1N BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:43: a. m

the poor-box so vulnernble.: We hope they will like K:'y- 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: nuosday night Prayer Service !last week. Weldon St. and Ralford Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning: Worship. 11 a. m.
M. [rnursery open]1. Churcl. 7:30. .' BAPTIST
It would hardly seem "cricket" stone as well as other newcomers : :Mr and' Mrs. Charles Bryant Road. Sunday School 10 a.m. I Morning Worship. 11 a. m. I Evening; Service. 7:30: p. m
I Sohool! 9:30 A. M "Holy Eucharist -
to rob It! No challenge! have and we welcome "' : spent Sunday Dec 4 visiting Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday; School. 9:43: ; a m. Training Un'ou'! 6:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting: Wednesday/ ,
each Sunday !
While our church burglar Is I them to our town. Bam. 7:30 P. M The Intermediates enjoyedthe their families in Web- Evening Service, 7 p. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship! 7::30. Prayer 7:30: p. m. Training Union,

the fruits of hislabors Evening! Prayer : food and fellowship Saturday ster and Dade City. They also Tuesday Prayer Meeting Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Meeting, Wednesday; 7:30p. :
enjovinar. commend .
I We would like to each Sunday. EYC, 60: P. M night. had I Friday 7:30: p. m.Rev. E. U
They a -
progressive 7:30 Young
: Thursday Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,
p. m.
we\ wonder if he is I Al Watson the attractive received a phone call I'rom m.Rev.. R. E. Bergstrom. I
on each Sunday. supper; That beganat their daughter Cellta Lee on People's Meeting 7:30: p. m. 7'SO: p m.-Rev Luther :McGee ...tor. Orlffls, pastor.
the "hex" that .
also of
aware refinished tht"'qlde
I way he has Dally offices of Morningand
the home of Billy Breeden Pastor Leroy LlghUey. pastor.BROOKER.
Dec S from
I goes with stpal'iKr from a of his store building on Evening Prayer 8:00: A where they had appetUers Monday night PINE LEVEL BAPTIST! I HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
church We would hate to be Lawrence Blvd. The brick :M.\ and 5:00: P. M. Then they went to the Kllleen Texas. Saying! she< LONG: BRIDGE BAPTIST BAPTIST Sunday School IB a. m [Highway 100 at Tberesu)

in his shoes! planter-boxes and shubbery Dodd's home for salad and getting settled there where: CHURCH Sunday School 10 a, m. Morning Worship 11 a. if I Sunday School! 10 a. m.
her husband Don is stationed
LUCKY: GAL! are really sharp. -DuptlxtWorsnip vegetables. From there to E. Sunday School 10 a. m.:: Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Pre-Services [Booster Bane Morning Worship 11 a.
services Sunday ''In the service and they like I
: \
HAZEL MCKAY C. Cuendeto home for turkey Morning Worship 11 a m.. Training Union 6:30:: p. m. Young People and Pray I m.

WAS "QUEEN FOR A I Il i 11 a m., 7:30: p. m. nursery and ''dressing.: It was all very Texas: .lust fine. Evening Worship 8 p. m.: I Evening Worship 730.: Prayer Service!1. 6 p. n_ Evenln I Training; Union -6:30: p.
had phone
) Clyde Hersey a
DAY"; lj open tasty. They finished off at Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Meeting Wednesday, 7:30.: Worship, 7 p. m. Midweek m.
Sunday School 9:15: a. m call from his son Dc\rltt\ ,
FOR SHE GOT THE the Se.ilres house for 8 p. m.: Sing each Friday a. Service Wednesday, V:30: p Evening Worship 7:15Wednesdcy :
(nursery open]. Training tin- de3st'rt'l Hersey from Gatne.sxllle on DEDA.V BAPTTO-r .oker! ]
InterclemonlnatlonalCommunity I
BOOKS At each home! they played} a 8 p. m Rev. Harvey Lone I t' tn -Rev. D I. Ramsey pastor. 1m.
Dr Ion, 6:30: p m [nursery open] Friday night saying his wl ': I
THAT WERE GIVEN A- name They finished wit: a pastor. Sunday School!, to a m. I Night Prayer
Holt mhiistw Mrs Helen and: son Martin were
\ C :
WAY! -Catholic few serious thoughts from Involved in a car accidentThe \ I
George Oanova, organist St W1l1.Jam.oi.-Fr, Edward A. God's word. Miss Romesa 'I
Yes Hazel1\ 1the lucky is not known at
Sunday School, 9:30: ( a. mMOI"tl.1ng : \\i
recipient of the ten S&ll Kirby priest In chares Mrs. Dodd: was in chance. this time. Little Martin had!
Worship, 11 L m E. A. Laxnm orpanJst. 25TII UEDIIN An investment in Your FutureA1111mrnrn
books given by the Keystone: Nursery both hours]. to have stitches over one I
:Heights! Junior Woman's open Sunday-Mass, 7:30: a. m.Monday ANNIVERSARYMr. ,: eye where he was cut
morninir. Presbyterian Inquiry Class. 7 \ and Mrs. L. K. Childs I
Club: on Saturday Mrs. Midge Dodd !
p. m. Novena and Benediction. celebrated their 25 Wedding: word her father A. R :l.hrI I C3fOm: m
7:30: p m. Anniversary at their h.Mio
wich has gone home from the d 1
afternoon with ,
-LutheranLutheran Sunday sur-I hospital and he is able to be I 4gariallrhaaawEa.daapl.Y.IYY.

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Church of Keystone -I priseUsits from family and out to church services

Richard friends B.\!;KETB\LL PRACTICE .' .' ''' ', : xvT' ',n' ''' '., "" ., t.' ,
STARKE-PHONE 961-2600 Heights; Vicar Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Chills! r I "' .roe '/a"t 1'1'P'\ '{,,";rm ....: 'r'I! Iqrr: 'I'r1"'J-h'i'"' ;, .. "". "r "" dMjylhf
1 ;Meyer minister; R. G. Copeland There was basketball practice ? \
of Lake Worth Saturday
came up "
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 173-3176 or an1..t. I Mr. and Mrs! L. A. last Thursday night at
Divine worship. Sunday 11 the community house Thprown.s
Childs and daughter Sue Ellen
a. m. Holy Communion 2nd A great: number wIll at-
Rental Services 'Sunday of each month. and son Ray. JamesChll's. tended. Please come out one! i

Services held each Sundayat : Mrs Bernice Holto.i night any' Join the team or : The Protecting LIGHT
I all him Fort Pierce came up
HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS St. Anne'-! Episcopal get In touch with Becky

Church.! Keystone He;',h ,s. Sunday. Also attending were Newlinm. Rememberf this I ifor 1- l'
CRUTCHES Mr and :Mrs. Tommy Holton 14 of This lighted lower i Is a light shining In the darkness to guide!' sailor and
Fla boys over years ace

and family of Palatka, Mrs or girls who can play 4,>od Ifif' ships through the night. Our Lord t Is our light who guide u* faithfully through
I Ruby Horsey and Denlse. Mr.
-- Thank you. if
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--- -=-=- : and :Mrs. Alford Underwojd: .life., even though It be a* a stormy tea-He know the way. His word a* /

and dau"hter, Mrs FloeveLopci '

and dauyhtei.s.:: Mis T v', : proclaimed in His church will light your" way and bring peace joy and comfort. /

Louise Batten. Larry Batten, LURCH r, t "Thy word ,It a 'lamp unto my '.et, and a 'light: /

,; "
I Mrs.\ E. S. Slbley. Mr. ant;! unto my path Psalm 119:105.' .

HEARING AID PET SHOP Mrs. Percy Sullivan and Su- NEWSMADISON I;;';
sic Taylor all of Theres N '
k 'a I Attend the church of your diodes this coming t. 'HZ'
Mrs Lawrence and
THE Agnes
For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE-
ANTIQUES Mrs. Linni McCulley both of STR. JTB.PTIST : !:k Sunday and receive the blessings awaiting you.Oiuriti Ik;;

BoughtSoldAppraisedFurnitureChinaGlass Kongo Pet Shop Keystone Heights CHURCH ,: .

After they opened their Sunday' Sunday School. '

Silver Brass Oil OF JACKSONYTLLK"The PoodlJalt..t'J.I".u) : lovely Rifts rake and punCH .
PaintingsOne I 9:45: a. m. :Morning, Worship.I ", '
served "
Piece or a Howie, Full Strongest and Smallest I Collari! Taj?" was.RON.\I.S I 11 a. m. Youth Choir prac .' \
lice 4:45: p. m. Trainln.i: "
Pet Supplies Mrs. Midge Dodd returned ): "
Ina Ward Hearing Aid in the World" I : :: Union 6:15: p m. WMU ,,
Antiques BlrdFI.IInnHtf'rtt, home last week from her ,.. i :
Prayer Circle 7:15 m. a.a lrc
3572 fit. Johns Ave. Only Co. HeurliiK Aid Made I Daily &: Sun. 10-U P It/ vacation. She !left Nov. 10 foMined. II' ,
Evening Worshl 7:30
?; : p. m. .
Closed Tuesday Cnllf to greet net : Jacksonville 387137eCaD 22 West Monroe I II 8930 Herlong Rti. Normundi-" Wednesday Pramanil
II I i : new little Ki.inddaluisht.er; Al- .,
Collect I, Section Prals service 7:30: p. m
Jacksonville 35 -H63 !'on Joy Dor'j:' who: was b ri:
Church Choir practice 8:30:
i I W. Jacksonville! 781-2800 Nov. 9, Her parents are Lt.

Auto Sales & Service HOBBY SHOP)! p. m.
I I and Mrs. John Dodd who are
PIANOS-ORGANSMason Thursday -
stationed in Shreveport La
meet. 3:30: p. m. Visitation! 7
WESTSIDEVolkswagen FIELDSHOBBY i &: Hamlln Pianos Barksdalc AFB. The trip our p. m.HHST.

Hammond Organs to Callfol'l1l.was by plane: :

Inc. SHOP Inc. Magnavox Organs! and (lip trip back wu by car B.\I"IIST CIMKLIISTAHKE 'a1 ry'IQ
no. "' b Cod I appointed' ot..."Y 'Hi "Ml'' ;f
"You: Get A Good Deal At- as! fina", < Slll'el'cportth:
world lor iptMdmg 'ttio .....Itd'. d f His lovtfor ''l1y' ;r dr
AUTHORIZKD DEALER, A Complete Line of I J.hii J.'i\iiC and Alison, to Sunday Sunday School: / 1'>v '
: man and of/Wt demand lor mm la mpontflo el '
to move to their hornMldwe -". 9:45: a. m Morning' Worsiilp.! 1
Sales XS7X Part I thai, ton by loving" Nil ntighbor. Without""' '' r Y;
Boat & Airplane Builders Supplies jtl-o? reoGO : came bv train. 11 a. in. sermon "The Son : $ "
'Service Body Shop F. O. MILLER Ihit, grounding. I In ttio loss of" God M govommont -
'tJtIJ: !: Mrs Clyde Uel' D-II'M', of Mary" Luke I 1:48-551. As- } s
-Specializing in Radio auw : !<('Y. : .f Hfioty or way ol" If* will long (,j .. i'"
Open 8 .111.--8 p.m. -THr II'a. i// Fu'." P ant. -tn.. l'0}' 'and sun David NI'\\ham attended .soclatloiinl Carol Sing: first I .ponovoro. and.. Iho'' header .hick *. hold tt I Ii : r k

5 p.m. Sat.-Closed Sunday Controlled Models the Christmas Program Baptist Luwtey. 2:30: I p. in.Tralnlnit door wM "InovltaWr" ''' .aoriill.. thorifon" ovinfront -

1130 LANE AVE. SOUTH JlWk..n'.tII.F.WI : at Southslde Elementary Union. 6:15: p. m. M a Hlfhtl pIM of,sir,ono iJiould. luaport 13 's .

Phone Jacksonville 384-3441 and Equipment School on Tuesday Evening Worship Junto.' ISo' "Onirtk' for rho nko .f DM'wolfoit of Mm.I ,. >'Ag titp

I I !; r. MACHINES night: Dec B. The program a Choir will present a cantata: lu/ MM ond.. Mi family, tiyond' ""hot. h....., Vd s .4 bMsnaryhush

Parrish Motors Open Evenings till 9 P.M. Ij I rellvlcius scene: und riirist- "Lo! A Star I' I/I..ld/ liohold ond porHlloolo, I I. tJ1

j ISRtn': ZIHZAG mas CaroLs was made up Mouthy -- Brotherhood ...ouw. H Hilt ,Ida' Irulri qoout Q ,

602 So EdgewoodJacksonville I with 6th urudo Girt- Club. It will meet with group at S.'at"i:' I ) / Corsi Illo, Oats md dstiay, Iho fiutn which d Y
6I1J:9SERIICE Like New In 4 Dr. Cabine'Sold i
38R-8663 New over $300 i i Prison. 6 p. m. Bible Survey 1 Ins will wt kirn fio ro llvo n add of 'j

PM'nJ wo IVil. S72 or J3.00 Per ManU Tn : RIGHT POINT for the Class. Young People's Choir,I

;MOTORCYCLESHONDA uiy you write Come In aiijKlpct Practice 7 p. m. _____
32 Year Aa A Dealer Ideal Sewing Center : jour favorite KSTKRRKOOK : -I Wednesday -- Bible Survey!
Always Good Used Cant 1 nunlaiu pen. TF.KK- Class. 9:30: A. m Churrtiwide ; -

821 Laura 8'Jo.cluoonWI". ALL MAKES j| fin1'11.. Carol Sing and fellow-!( '
Phone 866-5654 II I I ship for all age groups, 7 p These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
MOTORCYCLESALL New and Used Machine \I m.
848 Cassat Ave.


Merchants Green Stamps : SUPPLIES Inc.
Campers : Go 01 Down to Restaurant & Motel AND COLD
Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. featuringAceiinniwure

> Del-Key Capers RAY'S I j .. + PRIEST'S Complete Paint Supplies 1"'c'I,1 Rates To ('ommen'Ild People \\'.. !SiMMli.llAe In CuvlomInf. 811\oalot

l\fonday-F'rlday CHRISTMAS and Spurting Growl.. New Free T\-.1. ConilltionidTI'BS letting; *: "'rapping219 -
a Skamper Convertible ? I f" "Cn('K WI1II L'S FIRST"
8 A.M. to 6 P.M. TRACK SERVICEPortable X .. STORE \,.Ii'l hUigton St. IMH-riOl. AMI SHOUKK1 Prepared. For Pep Freers
Shasta Trailers aa by for North SOI Ph. 9447ORIRosier

Traded-Bonk Financing Saturday and Wednesday Track Press Servlc YM. PHONE;; 94-821

6408 San Juan Ave. CLOSED SUNDAY: Welding ThtBest Bradford Abstract Co.

Jacksonville 3S8-9348 Place Monument Co. -
MOTORS!' & CYCLES Crawler."We'll ,
Coed Bulldozers & /
w'maj to buy (i"p fjtVh.
ELECTRIC; .MOTORS( 4.119: Blandlngr Blvd. Keep 'em Rolllna 961-6881! Starke! Fla. MoiimiHMtt: For F."orv SC>t..1| "' (. rx G1 '

Toys, :M MtKI.K.: hltl:\IT"i: iI.

Peavy Brothers Jacksonville 771-8211 7287 \V. BeaverJacktonllle I ,\I.I."o"'u": ,, OF STARKE. INC.
Gifts Edwards &
Electric Co. Grocery 411 1 1 1V.. :M.ulUoo. !StarWe i
388-41111 U.S. 301 NORTH
:MUSIC r Wheeigoods, Mkt. I'h. Bli9-t2GI ; Hume 71t -311&\

HLECTRIC MOTORSOoldServicedRepaired Ph. 9-3801 Stage Fla.
WESTERN STORE Candies, eft. Groceries :Mea( Feeds

Generators-StartersAlterations Paulus Music Co. 1 Gas & Oil DeWITT C. JONES
LITTLE DUDE I Ph. 964-21S2 Stari
Armature Rewinding Band &: String Instruments ? rf TRICYCLE $7.98

4044 Lenox Ave. Western Store I Roy's TV Service StarKe" Ph 961. hOO Agency
Jacksonville 387-2528 Gibson Guitars &: Amplifier TODDLER)

School! SuppUes-.I.nlJt.rucUon. "Where You'll Find Every f 1 DOLL . 1.98 CALL ROY FOR PROMPT: Keystone Heights 131) "q' \Valniit Ph. MI-0201

thin For the HorseEnthu.sJast" i SERVICE GF"'KRAL rXSUBANCENobody
FLOOR COVERING Roberts RecordersMusic l OIANTT TRACTOR OSc Ph. 473.. ITS
tlr 920 Thomas St.. Starke n..t Nobody TToderwell:

LtbsiryExpertRepair I ENGLISH MET:1L TRAY $1.39 Phone 96IS9S1BRADFORD Charley E. ,John. Agency
looking for Western; Clothlnvr\! leather--
Trailers ,
better c&rpettt, goods 50 CHRISTMAS 7Tc Sinclair Refining Co.W. .
41 W. Monroe St. Shell ServiceCAIJL
Charles & Sharon Petty L. Thnm,". Dlntrlbntnr. Hurst
Wit ma-tdl Jacksonville 365-8<<7I

@J I 3310: IJeiwih Blvd. eo' So. Edfewood Ave.3SIUIO A StTPERIOR 31MRL (; "OJ.IltF.K1mo"r.sr.: HURST
I I Jacksonville 398-3091 VAN H. PRIEST CO Am "''c,,'. >Trvit HoapltaWe Motels Furl Oil and C.rrnxrn

.24 HOGAN. d.....,.... ra.k. nvlll" Air CoudltloniNl. I'tr" TV 6<)3: s. \VnUnrt. Starke nVloY. 301 & 100 Ph. 964-6111
This is 'Trely the Christmas and Coffee f h. btl4.56tt1I

= = "7 # Store'I 1757 N. SOI Pn. "dII"fII
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: .\". DEC. 15. 196 iminronn rorxrr TKIXORrnr. STARKK.JKingslev FT.ORm -- tAtltltrTttril. -- .


d ..J.t(
K. M. Norton'

FlMHte M3-2081 ,
t.;: ,o.} I, _

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Kln&sley Lake Baptist-

|Sunday School 9:45: a. ni. ..$. )
:Morning Worship 11 a. m. : "
Tralnlna Union 8:15: p. m.
Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. 'J

:Midweek Prayer Service. + / ; EATWELL

Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Choir I / ,
Practice 8:30: p. m. Rev. Jun
Rlgdon.! pastor. ""Come let li I
U-\ worship together." GREEN LABEL

Beulah Baptist:: Sunday '

School 10 a. m. Mornlni A _Z L2/ 6'/ CAN LIMIT-3 WITH
Worship. 11 a. m. Training; : :oz: .

Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening
Worship. 7:30: p. m. Midweek! 5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

Prayer Service Wednesday

7-30: () p. m. Rev. R. L. Tangat. -

pastor. "Everyone wel


The WMU Ladles of [) t r r I
Kinssley Lake Church gave a / F0.j

shower for the twin baby FAIR
girls of A Ic and Mrs.: Harley 1 / r' :

Hartley at the home of Mrs. PRICES GOOD THRU THE WEEKEND I
R. L. Smith Thursday evening !
There were twentytlireopresent L
"amesere en.1ovedwith :

prl2.es going to :Mrs. ,
Sadie Elder and :Mrs. Alma .:. a.t" ., .
Smith The little ladles received fi., &rle '**
many useful gifts all *&* &
In duplicate. Cookies 'and L :
punch was served by Mrs. J. .. ..

'-C. Bradley. Mrs E O. EUer.:

:Mrs Opal DL.>hop and Mrs.

Shirley Moore.PERSONALS .i/f1JfI-Jy--ej::::

Mr. and Mrs :Marvin War-
ren of Jacksonville= were Friday f CRISP ICEBURGLETTUCE 4 6

evening guests of the J: !if

L. Bradley's and attendedthe .. -
football !game in Starke. FOa-D' F-A-IR LEANFRESH
W SAVE 59t
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth J .
Elder and son of Jacksonville If

were Sunday afternoon
Nests! of the E. O. Elder 3% :

family.Mr.: .ani=' Mrs. Richard: We.it' filitJ &* **

of Jacksonville were weekend: I .. & "'
irue.sts\ of the Maxle ClU't.r3. ,' ; .._ .,-'

Sr. 6 :r
:Mrs Margaret Ann Paler! arm. ,
and daughter of Mandarin 2 .

spent the weekend with the :

O. W. Browns.M. .
T. Mickey of Jack on- .tA. b T
vllle visited Mrs.:: Mary Ship- 'iF $100w
man and Mrs. Elma Rlcus:: 1 HEADS
Saturday.Mrs. .; ;$
:' W E Oliver :and :

daughter of Jacksonville lilted W ,4 j ; : LB. \

Mr. and Mrs F O. Con- : : ;"" "''fi
to .
f1' '
oil .. -
ner Sunday afternoon 1. 't
:Miss' Judy Miller and Larry \.,..) H.. ..;' f. J .;'. :;\-l{? : .7' ) PKG.
Smith of Jacksonville- frozen :' ?&'" :. \ : :; ..,.1 ..."."

ited the Ray Millers Fr'day'! .t.'t\Ir _
:iC' j' ,
and attended the football PET RITZPUMPKIN w
same in Starke I
Mrs. Jewell Faulk of Jacksonville -
and Mrs. Maxie Car: -

ter.. Jr. were Sunday: dinner
guests of Mr and Mrs. :\ftxIt' : MINCE PIES20or

Carter. Si-.
Mrs. LloYd "lacBnd children
pent the weekend In a
Jacksonville as guests of :Mr. 'r '

an::} Mrs M. C. Dug Jr.I" I PXG 25ew

The' Iri-nlt. iiurl CIf'lb..1
.IniKi-lul. I ,lr..ull. n. .
KluhlH. .. ... ....... .. I
Klnrlilit. Inn" Fur I/rxnfnrA'l. .. ........, 'q-
( oiiMtv. In I .hnnrrr Iaxeo.' l ... -5 '* i
It I: T. .1''h'.iii.m, and hl- H ,If" 'S ? '
Minn! Tli"ii :.IN and .' :
'nk .11 I M.irki R l Hiikhii. V vrfeir::
i orporoUun ?=
\.11', II. Amlfrioii. .mcl.. Hilda. .. NAliilir .' 1./
.. ,,i.n, Inn, \\lfi. J..h| | \\'. ti .. ""
(II lift mill,, uilllf I A. ,UarHt.) hlsUh $**
l'ni".|'i.ilo, HaitlKiii mi.ILivi. '
t.> nnfflU' ..i.i.lrt.lo, 'M.iltlii '
t I MM \\"if*'. |I'.r> ml.iiit: ,.4, 'N !
fl.tf'; NEW
SLiTH'l fK
T'I ( Ivlfi Hut. I IP111, ,Hiicld. .*b "
HiitlMa.' .i hi"If". U i:"xtrl*'mn. I
all <|1'(>n""I'.o.t. I'.c'iul., iiorlii .
m-r Ni-w I'-rK. 1 1'uwiualo. lintil Y w .

.tiVfil" jirr h..r"tiy nrillfitrl) thnl' '
HUH hop bent flli-il ago IIn.t CHICKEN
)".u" !In tho aliuMinilili"" oars
rniiHp. and }'MI are h<>rpbv, n>- + J TENDERYOUNG
'liilnil tn fil- Foos annwr
with the ,I'l-i-lt. "f this' I'...iirl.infl esfi:
t i.c ". I rvf H ropy| t lli ri>ul
IIM.II| ""I) ofntlrr" nilonifviiTlmniHs I
/I.. l-li-ifi-. 2U6 Ni.rtli, POLE
Tnup] AtinuiIT.'' n. l"r..wrr"ld GUMBO ttj1
r ) wturkiKlorlili.: ,. ii"l Inter I
lli.m;::: JniniHrv:: 3. :tun";!
I If you full,,; ,in il" ."i>. ilwrrj j
pro 'oiifivttt'j w ill !b. earned., I
rrtlcf dninnil ,. 1
us-jInBl ynil+ fur
"i|liHlur.'In tbo. of rmipl.'lH'Tho said, null,,' !h* r iJt) I BEAN 18II
'inn the fiirnliiHiir'f, H murlmx TRAPPEY'S17oz c
uii (the fulluAt Inl, J.jx.Mlb1 -. :::;;"
1 r-al property : r .
(',".\.nly.tract. Vlorlrl.i.of liiml to wit ltuoi: ..d In.. CAN A; "r
tin NortlicuKt: iuarer of HMtlon C
:12. Tunn0bip 1\\ Soiitn. Ls. J I
Gangs 22 1 UnM.: Urmlforrtfounty. "
: Or I Jd'tf ,.-
|'b'rld.I. and |j>-lnniorp t "New eans '
,, tli'Htrtlied n1 ;

follow' romni.-nn.piirtl'Miltirly: nt tli-. Hi.uili.. .mllorntr .;1. : ,. Style I Jr / .l ../ II 19GREENS -C'Y

/ /_ ; 7i."i:7L': _.... .
of the Nm: 'tlonsl| "itjurr ,r IIU. NpN.t1
nt Mortlun 3:. T"" nMhlji ISuulh I .. ..!.1. _
.'. Hrt: .t. thciu-f .
Runirn "
Tilt' .," North:rat: a 10 i dictum'degrees..., "f 13 :SS1 mlnnti .91- ,/! .<,2I.-o., .. \tc: ,,yyyf i D.S. n .1 1 BAKING

foot to n pi'lnt : run tl"i-nc.e. Y ...p'
:- < > ,17 mlnm. .. .J' : :
North IIt! dvKrvox. .
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la' "
\\ "f
iiiNtiin. .
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to n. point In. Hi" S.'iil\i..u' \ "lTlrlKlitof.w.iy >' -4-SMf; v !V' POTATOES 59'
uf ftnilllhwiiy \jFi
)liu" ..?
',,'11111 No th S'"f'"point.. .wl'lpoint ". ".,. "'I'Jo: ...;.r II .

b-icinnlnit ; ,tlienw run !<,ul"
41 diKm-H. II minute" East: e f I

rtiKiancof thence, run 3.'iO Month rust ,to r> n.ili-irr-int point. :. DELTA 1c9 af/ -

41 mlnutcK Wi'PSt u iHmano', of,
U.S fad tu H point.: LJ.elll"
rannrth tn drl .
utin.VoHt.. a .1i8tun..r, !:'
1'.,' to a |n.lnt In the\ Smith
runt. .rly rlght-of-way llm- "
Shire' lllffhnny NIL 2rt" lhenotrun ,
.North. 1"?> 'il''- r.''a. .19 l mlj) >
"ton. Knut, iil-n tl,.>< "Hoillhrantrrly
'I'tw.alrtuncr .
nf :a!I..ln( fi'i-t I" "I>* I S
ii"iii I '.H''
polikt .f liPKlnnlnu. .
.., .a Wax PKG
I'It'' '"{ J SOT ml- HUM
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( hn'o.\' I.' i Aa' ... .
t'b-,rk <.f MiM\. ,I'.i. 'tit'.t ''JJ/jj, '
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way ;you wrll*. Come In and. .
elect you- favorIte r. TF.R.
BROOK mountain P">. TELE-

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SIXTEEN -BRADFORD- ___COUNTY___TELEGRAPH._: ___8TARBJC.! ___FLORIDA_______________________ .___THURSDAY.____DEC.__15._19G0V _

vvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'vvyv'r have :already moved into this Mrs. T. W. Mai'key and Mis. days visit. rmvvvvymvvvvvvvv' 'I visitors: of their brother. tornev for rotlllrmt-r Hturltn.Florida Notice Ix lioroby' /frlven that mild.. business cnterprUe, !I. cci
und by filing tho or- I tliH nnilvi-Hlwni'd." piirmiant, to i loliowm
addition and have added Iva Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Phlp-l Marvin Thompson and family iKlnul I ttii'ici.r, with t tinClvfk. the "Klctltloiia I I I I Nil 1110 Statute! ," H'.J' >AU MANUVACTUR
new refrigeration and are Mrs. Amanda. Lewis ind ps and son of Jacksonvillewere LAWTEY I in Jacksonville. of mild i'ottrt' on or bofont ..Innliury Chapter: No. ZO'J.l:!, I I..IWH of 1NO:- COMPANY. J l.r a ,-orpurutlon -- _
BROOKERBy now capable of keeping their Alan Lewis of Ft. White werevisiting the weekend guest of Mr. and, Mrs. Bobby Orlf- rt mav, 11187.!I..;. otherwise entered mcnlnM a decree Florida. I 1941, an. umomled, byChaptpr Starko, Florida.
Brooker, tic of Jacksonville spent Sat- Ki-nntlnit, Maid ,ndoitl| I nWltneHN No. I'll SO. IJIWK ofKlorliU 11i| ? 51 12 15
fresh produce. It certaliiiydoes relatives In Mrs. Alberta Stokes. I you lUll) !, "..Ing Hertlon.
Joyce StokesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ look nice Inside. Saturday Mrs. Merle Atkinson and Py Enza Blunt-bard urday with Mrs. Pearl Star t of Knld my"Court hand, nt unit Hturke, I thenetil 803.0'l! )l'lo.rldl't..lut." ...., will
Brooker Baptist Church Mrs. Kenneth Green and daughter of North Carolina ......... .. .. .... ling.In IIrl1dt'>I'd C 'ii a t y. Florida thin reitlnter( with the irk of the
circuit Court In and for llrad-
of J'o'wrnher. Ittiifl./
Oth ilay''
Program of Wildwood were Malt were the overnight guests of THE RIGHT POINT for the
Christmas son ('ha..I.. A. Durliy, ford County. Florida, upon receipt
at Green's parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Donel Stokes Several members of the I Clerk of th flrpnlt Court of proof of puhl ,' inn of
Brooker Jr. High School The Christmas Program ing: Mrs. TN. rirritlt. fourt Of 'I'll. way yon write. Come In anolIII'I..t
Christmas Program the Brooker Baptist Church and Mrs. A. F. McDavld this Thursday.We Methodist Choir accompanied I Klichth, .....11..1.1 Circuit ofFlorhlH fly lleillall ;\1.10",1; > I>ei>lit t> thin. notice the fl"< tltlouname favorite ESTERBROOK : -
Clerk ,, to-wlt: your
Mrs. In Anri Kor JI.ndV.rIVonntv
High will begin ait 7:30: p. m., Wed- week. are glad to have nome by Rev Ernest Bailey, 12/8 4t l-2''!
The Brooker Jr. In ('''un.'."", I A/tTI.I.a'J.P.M!; under fountain pen. TELl!:
School will have their Christmas nesday evening Dec. 21.Thel'e Mrs. Sue Pa irish and from the Bradford County H. C. Wainwright and Mrs. ('MM* %.O. which It In In I unlnexn In tn*

program 'at the school will be a film shown daughter have Just returned Hospital in Starke. Wallie R. E. Lee visited the Starke I In Petition H : of Robert ",lIrr..n I JSOTHK: OF 'r.\o'l' : T" City of Stl1rl'I"'hl", TEIJEGRAPH.There's .
auditorium Tuesday Dec. 13. after which the congregation: : home after spending several Crews and Dennis Hodge. Nursing Home. The young' Spltxr. HI-tU'4''tH: : KHTIIIOI8 Thut the purl Intnreitted. 'In

at 7:30: p. m. There is no will sing Christmas Carols.)\ days with relatives in Pom- Mrs. Grace Bigham and folk sang Christmas carols' To': jHtnra:NOT- I OP! : ,

charge for admission.! ind Then all will go over to the pano. Shirley Green were visiting!{! for the residents of the home AiUrcxn. and. Nllwur.II"b"l I

the public is invited. Please Brooker Community Center! Eddie Douglas of Atlanta. Mrs. Bluham's sister Mrs. ani; presented some place known. '
You ntttlflcd that
make your plans now to at- for refreshments and fellowship. -, Oa. is home for the Christmas Jimmy Whittle In Jackionllle favors to be used during the the' nr abovp-niiiiivtl petit limerKolirrt i itll..1 I

tend. Everyone Is invitedto : i holidays. with his par \ Tuesday. pre-Christmas season. Wurrvn Hultue 1 hu 'I -
attend. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hear that E. W. Hodues H petition In tho iibiivfHtylcil -
Outdoor Decorating C'ontt''itThe ( The WSCS met at the fourt foi) the nI'It| tlor
Brooker Woman's I, Brooker Jr. High School Douglas.Mr. celebrated hli birthday wltn Church Tuesday evening of of th. minor, < hllil nHIII.,1ther..ln ::

Club is again sponsoring Christmas Parties' sin j Mrs. Steve Nipperof a family dinner at his home last week with 8 members Hhow nml< HiiHf Yoll uhtin in, '. i I' '|11111..1to mini'Hllould l. //q '

their Christmas outdoor decorating Each I'oom111 have their Starke and Mrs. Orucc last week. A belated Happy present. Mrs. Bailey brought not t In 14", Hn',1, )I' ."rInit \ Tiit : \\/h ,
contest this year. individual Christmas partyat Bias of Kingsley, were ,,,1 1t- Birthday to you Sir. a 'I'y| ">f .\ lIt" writ t dfc'imoH <
the devotional and Mrs. If nny. 1 I'll l n "Kmft-n" !I""
Three prizes will be awarded. the Brooker Jr High' Ing Mrs. Ruby Allen Sunday Mr and Mrs. M. P Vickery Roberts had charge of theprogram. I j RhHW 122 !H Walmil SI.t. .5. I L .. :.
Judging will begin after 6 School on Friday. Dec. 13. MI' and Mrs. B. B. Sapp! of and son of Gainesville were .
The next meeting
p. m. Friday. Dec. 16. All' That dear old man. Santa Holder and Mr. and Mrs. the dinner guest of Mr. ind "II
I will be the Christmas partyat
residents who wish to participate -1 Clause will be on hand to James Osteen of Palatka and Mrs. Earl Green and family \ I. 3
the home of Mrs. RoberLi
in ,this contest. please pass out fruit candy:! ind Mr. and Mrs.: Jimmy Dump- Saturday.Mr. I

call Mrs. Tommy Cox 435- cookies, assisted by a committee tea- of Gainesville were visiting and Mrs. J. E. Edwaic's on Tuesday evening. Dec.
3801, before Friday night.Christmas of the Brooker PTA. Mr. and Mrs. George of the Florida State Farm 20'1
Party The chlldl'p.n111 exchange Tetstone Sunday. were visiting: Mrs. Eva Jar- Grace Methodist '

The Brooker Woman's Club gifts and then will adjournfor Rev. Carnlao of Jacksonville rell Monday.Mr. day School 9:45: a. m., WOI'-I

wiU have their annual Progressive a two week period to spent several days last and Mrs. Paul Emery ship 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. ,

Christmas Dinner harass their parents and week with Mr. and Mrs. anl:! family were visiting Mr. Prayer Circle Monday 9 a. m. I

Friday. Dec 16. At 7 p. m. I give their teachers a much Shirley Tetstone and family.Mr. and Mrs. Jack Teter in Sat- Wednesday Junior MYF. 0 p. '

they begin their dinner atl needed rest.lioniemakers. ami. Mrs. Zedra Hamilton suma Sunday.St. m.. followed by Choir j practice -'I

the home of :Mr and Mrs. E. Club attended the Co-Op 5. Lavern Dyal of Ft. at 7 p. m. and Senior .

Klelnman for hors 'd oeu'- lias WorkshopThe meeting in Jacksonville la.-t Bennlnsr. Ga. spent the MYF. Chancy
vres. Next stop will be the Brooker Homemakers week. weekend here with his parents FhstBaptist 'Sunday:!

home of Mr. and Mrs. George Extension Club was host to Our sympathy to the family Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dval.: School 10 a. m. Warship 11

Pierce! where Mrs. Pierce will the Bradford County Home- of Mrs. Stafford Crews Mrs. Theo Dyal and Mrs. a; m. and t 7:30: p. m.. Training walch.

be assisted by Mrs. Dick makers Club, for their work- who passed away last week. Mary Ann Bristol were visit- Union 6:30: p. m. Mid- Johna no slop V _

Starling who will serve the shop recently. The meetingwas On our sick list this week Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Sorrels week services Wednssday
salad.'! Then to the home of at the Brooker Community ia Mrs. Eva Harrell Truby in Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. 7:30: p. m. on Banking bg Mail!

Mrs. Pearl Markey for the Center. Out of town peo- Plnholster and Mrs. Grace Dyal carried her two grand- Rev. B.W.. Burns of Jarksonvllle -
main dnner course of tu.'key ple attending; were as follows Barry. daughters. Kiron and Sharon mail "Full Service"bank
at a
was guest speaker bank by.
and all the trimmings Mrs. : Miss Martha Sue Mc Wilson Russ of Aoopka! Sorrels home after they about this question : When you .,

Markey will be assisted by Cain. Mrs. E. V. Hardy. Mrs. and Mrs. Bobby Green of Orlando had spent the previous week for Sunday. like ojyjs! you needn't give a. seconthlh9Mght

Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs. Lola Johnson Mrs. Lucille were visiting Mr. and with the Dyals. Church Of God Su'iday: "I fell for this cut-rate to the hour the day. the weather

Lottie Edwards. Last stop for Godwin Mrs. Marty McCi>r- Mrs. C. L. Atkinson, Mondiy.: Mrs. Neta Dyal of St.ark1.s/ School 10 a. m. Worship 11a. auto insurance from a direct the distance or how busy you are. Start
m. and 7 m.. YPE Wed- .
desert and coffee at the tie Mrs. Jessie Oriffls Mrs. Our sympathy to Mrs. spending the week with Mi. p. writing insurance here mail. nowl
(home of \rr. and Mrs. Karl I I Mayant Lewis. Mrs. Blllie Donel Stokes. In the loss of a.njfrs.. L. L. Dyal. nesday 7:30( p. m. Prayer company with no independent enjoying banking fcy

Green. Assisting Mrs. Green I Jean Gassett anij Mrs. Ann her father Mlzell Green of serviceFriday 7:30: p. m. local agent. When I Ask or write us for free

will be Mrs. Tommy Cox and': Green of Starke. Mi's. Enzle Raiford. who passed awav ,yyyyyyyvyyyyyvyyyyyyyHAMPTON Highland: Baptist Sun- had a collision loss, I found banking-by-mail forms TODAYI .

Mrs. Mattle Sowoll. After this i I Blanchard. Mrs. Geneva Wil- last week. day School 9:45: Worship 11 cut --
the members will exchange kerson. Mrs. Grace Faulkner. Mrs. Ernestine Dukes and ', a. m. and 7:3O: ( p. m.. Choir their adjuster trying to .
.. .
I repairs to 1".I"" 'III'"I': ,..._Yo; .. ..
Christmas gifts and f&!n? Mrs. Joy Faulkner. Mrs. Wilma children of Gainesville were 1 practice 6:30: p. m. Prayer1 every corner on -I! .

Christmas Carols. Wainwright, Mrs. Jeanne visiting Mrs. Ethel Russ Saturday By Mr*. Marl5..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI\VUUUun l service Wednesday! 7:30: ( p. m. save the company money.

New Addition I. Lee and Mrs. Effie Miner! We are pleased to note Does anyone really think

The Greens' Grocery StoreIn I Mrs. Louise Duck and Mrs. The Rev. Vernon William I that Maria Norman. small he saves money when he FLORIDAB.ftNK

Brooker is expanding.): Mr. Mildred Tyer of Lawtey., son and family of Jacksonville CITY COUNCIL' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I by-passes his independent

Green states they have added Each member presented a'' have now moved Into The City Council met on Bobble Norman. is at home local insurance agent?"

a 1.000 sq. feet to the Eastside Christmas decoration Idea. the Brooker Baptist Pastor- Dec. 6 with all present and getting on nicely after a few .

of their building. They Refreshments were served oy I lum. We welcome them to two visitors W. H. Maxwell days In the hospitaL Charley E. Johns AT STARKE(

our community and hope and Y. L. Kirchaine. The Mrs. Mae B. Wells and .

I they like U here. council made plans to set Miss Enza. Blanchard attended Agency I One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
Thnt'8 Our Business Mrs. Edna Hayes, Mrs. maple trees along Navarra. the dedication of the new
Stella Lovely, Edwin Lovely, Ave. A number of men met Post Ofiice at Holllster on 131 S. Walnut St.
I Federal Insurance Corp.
"It It's Glass We Han It" I and Dale Cook of Gainesville on 10th and would like to Sunday afternoon.Mrs. PHONE 9GI-0201 I Member Deposit

I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. have all men that are Inter- W. O. Rhoden of

CALL WRITE or VISIT I Guy Harrell and 'family Sun- ested to meet on Dec. 17 to Ocala was Sunday visitor of

FOR ANY GLASS NEED I day. finish the Job. The council !her brother-tn-law and 'sister. d7

Clifton Hayes of Alberqu". voted to check into the feaaIblllty : Mr and Mrs. H. C.
We Design :Modern Store Fronts I New Mexico spent a few of purchasing patchIng Wainwright.

f Just Mail Us A Pattern For I days with Mr. arc! Mrs. Guy asphalt In order to fix up Miss: Terry Tons who is a AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAir I

Table TopoSHEA'S Harrell last week. holes and broken streets. Application student at the University ot
to be ma'de' to Florida -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry Florida in Gainesville .s
I Gainesville Power and Light Co. foe
and children of
; spending a few days with her
j the with a street light on SR 325 at
spent day Sunday
GLASS grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
I Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell. Williamson and Ingenlath Bryant Reiddlsh. Con41tIonln -Heatinll.. CHAIN SAWS LADIES WEAR Office Equipment

Little Stan and Steve and homes.
Mrs. Rossie Reddish was a Hancock Office

1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FH2-4353 I, their Karan grandparents Perry remained for a with few Interested Young In people reopening and adults the recent visitor of her daugh RUSS PIKER A. & J. Saw Cherry'sGainesville's

recreational tel'. Mrs. W. M. Lightfoot In EQUIPMENTSmlthCorona.Author1aecl
Hall for
City Authorized Alrtemp & Mower Co.
Most Fashionable
meet with Orlando. She also visited her
purposes please Heating &" Air Conditioning
... the Council on Jan. 3. granddaughter, Mrs. James Joe Anderson. Mgr. Address' For Ladle Dealer

.. NEW ARRIVALMr. Roberts of Fort Lauderdale. SHEET METAL HomeHte Chain Saw
and Mrs. T. E. Harvey Robert Bowen of Starke DItESSE8SUIT8COATSIUTERNITY Clary-Victor-ToUlU
Commercial SALES & SERVICERepairs !
Jr. of Stockbridge. Ga.. are spent Sunday with his .broth- Rwddental Adding Machln Ca1oiiiI

the proud parents of a. baby er-in-law and sister Mr. and _Industrial & Parts All Makes WEARACCESSORIES '

daughter Ceconda Michelle, Mrs. George Privett. and all .IItal1aUo.-Seniee GRAVELY TRACTOR SALES -SERVICERENTAL:

born Wednesday, Dec. 7. Mr. were dinner guests of Mr. SALES & SERVICE SAVE TIME: Discuss yeas

Harvey will be rememberedas < and Mrs. ),(ebon Privett. 1702 NE. 19th Dr. Gainesville requirement with u* firoi.
2023( N.E. Blvd.
.. .
of 7 W University Calnaavllle
Patsy Roark formerly Rev. Walter Mathis of Gainesville 372-0714 372-3588
.!.::-. I Phone :
,.. ... The' .temul 528 N Main St. OaliMevUl
.. Hampton.
Jacksonville, who. U pastor lust Off Waldo Road
-: .' .:.. Mr. and I Phone 378-5SS1
: grandparents are of Evergreen Church was MOBILE HOMES
...":::.: .: : : Mrs B. W. Roark of Hampton supper guest of Mr: and 1\11'8. CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST

.. :.. ..:.:: and the paternal grand- L. M. McClellan Sunday. AUTO SAI.E & ERVICE PAINT & GLASS

:: ':'. : parents are Mr. and Mrs. T. Mr and Mrs. Spurgeon THAT ALL YOUR
:: '' .: :" E. Harvey Sr. of stol'kbrI1gt1. S JEEP CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE MUSTANG
: ':. : .: Massey and children of Cocoa -
q. .: Ga. Family! of 4 Wheel Drive THE BEST FROMEdward' Liddell Paint &
spent the weekend visit-
Ji I
LIANIUQ: ( ) ./t.;. ... ': CHURCH NEWS to ing their respective parents, RAMBLERAmerica's Building Mobile Homes, Inc.GalntHovllle' Glass Co.
All YWA's are
=i. :: : Mr. and :Mrs. R. L. Bradleyand
: .
Church Inc.
meet at the Baptist Supply Discount Mobile
: .. l : .. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mas KVANIZE FAiNTSGlsa.Mirror.SU4Ing
ill :
1 CLII\N: : .: \ Saturday morning to complete I Finest Economy Car Home Sales Lot.

... ': ..::':::\ \.. :..t.:.: work on their community sey.Mr. SALES "AND SERVICE 726 S. lUain-37Z-UH Volume purchases for our entire \ Dr.
: : .
\::: mission project. Also. all: and Mrs. Wayne Masmy savingsof
.S S S S :::: !- nSa10 YWA ml"mbE'rs111 meet announce the arrival of a Ridgway Motor Co. I OATKBSVTLLE. FLA" many chain hundreds guarantees of dollarson Tub Enclo.urt-Shower Doors

with the assoclatlonal YWA's daughter Virginia. Lee. in I ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC the quality home of your -WIndowsAwningCarpetWallpaper-St.refroaIColtaUoa. -
Monday night at the homeof Bradford County Hospital on 1132 S. Main choice.
Mrs. Jerry Gay
and refreshments will grandparents are Mr. and: OalneevllIe 812-8433' 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North 116 N.W. Sixteenth. St.
be served at the home of Mrs. H. C. Harley and pater- I Motor Repair Co. Gainesville! 378-1348 GAINESVILLE 372-8191

Mrs. Clarence Cooper after- nal grandparents are :Mr.I B & G Motors Co.CADILLACOLDSMOBILE. Of GalnesvUl. Inc.

wards. and Mrs. A. E. Massey

PERSONALSMr. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat nepairingP..windlngNew MotorcyclesS.cooteraStreit's TILES& PAINT

and Mrs. Otto Hicks and daughter of Maxville and Used

were visiting with the Bob were visiting their son-in-! SALES & SERVICE WORK GUARANTEED i
Bicycle Shop
Gray's In Jacksonville on law and daughter. Mr. and Fine" .Selection of Used Cars 1030 S. Main Gainesville

EcIUT Friday and had supper with Mrs. Bill Goobby and chil Taken On Cadillac Trades Phone 372-8318 FUNTKOTE TILE
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tyre at I HONDA MOTORCYCLES
Vinyl! -Vlnjl Ab-4o.
the Oklawaha river on Sat- dren.Miss SOU NW.13th. Rt. 441
Elizabeth Terry spent CUM maD A Veapa Scooter
urday night. Thursday to Saturday with PHONE 378-7511 FARM EQIJII'MENTSanta Floor' Finishing Product

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Baker Mrs. C. E. Strickland In DucatlISSAZundappMotorcyclesSales
G < > Boyd and Kathy were visit- Gainesville.Mrs. CRANELINCOLNMERCtRY Fe Tractor, 8t Service PATh'f
C ? ing with Mr. and Mrs. Fred! GYM FINISH
Sophie Starling of '
ODOflDDD D SNot Townsend in FernanJlna Ocala Is Inc. SCHWINN BICYCLES
Beach on Sunday. Visiting her broUier- Authorized Salea A Service 'I

Williams In-law and sister. Mr. and 004 m. University GalnmrUU. V0 RD Locksmith & Safe Work Tenney Tile & Paint
Mr. ad Mrs. George
. Mrs. James Rosier this week. Phone 3724201Crane's
and Charlie Baker Another sister. Mrs. J. C. Farm Tractors A Implement 818 W. University Av. 3333 N.W. .Uk M.G .
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Grant, and Mr. Grant were Imports I Ford Industrial Machinery .
A. Wiggins In Jacksonville on GalneevUle 376-7781 ln *vnl 3781303
Sunday visitors of the
Roslers. LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive

Sunday. Volvo ((1.lereedea-Bens) SALES, PARTS SERVICE
) for Woridal Debbie Hicks recently took Mrs. C. M. Mooneyhan of FIAT-HILLMAN MOVERS

part in the third District Wesconnett Is spending sometime :: 4489 N.W. Sixth Gainesville TRAVEL
Florida Bandmaster Association 9201 N. Main Gainesville
with her eon-In-law :and! Phone 376-2548 Distance MOTinC
ocala. Long
contest held In Phone 372-4373
A million, Floridians have discovered a comfort.A cleaner happier more health School daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.

safer, cleaner easier [ ,, ful home for family thii winter, The Gainesville High : Knight and family. Local Drayage
: cheaper J.'aiiicUssway your band of which she is a mem- GARDEN SUPPLIES House
I.) heat (and cool) their: homes. next' spring, next' summer next fall. See ber received a superior rat- Miss! Kathey Jones of Beauty Academy Storage Packing !Prating of Travel,
spent the week
El3H. 1.f: R ,:-CYCLE ar! conditioning. your electric: air dealer conditioning: to Jay! contractor Ing. The band also participated annual- end with her parent. Mr. POWELL'S Johnson & Faris, Inc. Shipping ,' INC.
or appliance in Ocal-a's
One small!, compact unit heats in winter, held that and .:\.frs. D. A. Jones.
Christmas parade Saturday visitors of Mr. Complete Line of FREE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S : '
cools Costs litte! than Beauty AcademyLearn
summer. so more
_ _ _ night. and
',.,: lIorrs..1. E. Teston and BEEDSPLANTSImeeticlde.Fet ;
straight the feature is
cooling, heating .
family was Mrs. Teston's Profeoalom In Tour R. R.ICmt
almost like !getting a house\ heater free. .. SappesFERTILIZERS
.FLAMELESS.....' brother Charles Tanner of Spar Time. Full or Part Time Hotels I IUaUlWeekday
No fumes soot odors. Nv fuss. muss ,:s. 'H. PEA"' TOO! THE RIGHT POINT for the Jackson vlUe.

bother. Just dial year Voti.nd autur-ut'o, way :you writ. Com i* and Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Moore, DAY A EVENING CLASSESLow 'We Rent PertUJaer Spreder & Storage, Inc. SiM: ':M

a elect' favorite ESTER- Reeney and Micky'were visiting Tuition Term 224 N.W. 8th Ave.
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY your 21* N.W. 10U Ave.eaiae.vwe 8540 N.E. Waldo Rd. 04,04.1.2. I
BROOK fountain pen. TELE!: Mr. and Mrs J. W. PHONE!: 372-447I 1415 .
/litiPINV aUILfJ fLORIDA Thomas la Live Ok Sunday.Mrs UrUwrttr Af.. ,
S1S-3764 Gainesville 372-4271
GRAPH. O&Jne vlU Fla 0&1nMvU1e. I78-M 1PACE
A. C. Pearce and Mrs. .! .

Troy Bennett were Monday -.-- : L ._ : .
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