Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01477
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1965
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>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01477
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.- $43,000 Facility +' r- ''7rnu'W Admit Rash Of Burglaries

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iYalh _r ', Final ApprovalIs r dntx
4 Youths Arrested

Given EOC

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Final approval was given Maltln Counties have run .
the rounty'a U'\\.DOG Kmejgen< strutted rentara but they are

M cy: Operating earth covered. Hevernl other t4Mitchell _
t N .. by it federal Civil I HcfnA ot. rountlej have emergmiry o\t\ }our se.l. your t rs were e r I
Octal from. the regional office crating renter but they' or- I I rested Wednetulity' night Dec -

In Thomaavllta.. (tieorgl. cupy btiil
: :! Bradford Cl> Dlreutor Carl 'ht. purfMMe.The 'I buiglary of the. Stark dolt

: new renter' her" wan arvt Country Club.
;_;_ Hubert received' "",'nll".lun tr I
move Into hm ofllcea. In the built with fcUornl, atnte. xml At DM time the. youths! were
M y foal: fund;: The .Fair .\tlatlon : .. token ,Into custody police of.
new building ne\t week won
4f' '...\. and .lute notching Hit : fiesta found evidence linking"
.' though! the heating unit bun. By TaxpayerA I
... ."01.\1. ', not been lrmtall". 1. Th. 3.OOO fund ral..d $2l.noo.: half the them with several olh-r area.

_- oy qua re r,..,t atom, bomb aafeatrwture 43.000.. and l Kwloral< Civil 1)0. bnrglrrles.1)evkl. .

Official! view MM ullriMtUe.. evtorlor of the rm.nl>.'.. iir". SI3.OOO KnwrgemyOprrettuna give county a fena matching fiimln nuttlx up $30 per month pay In. 'the .leNpniiHtutllly s of mlinlnUIrrlnn Shannon.! \ 17' Johnny

Center nt the Fair (iruuiMl .. It rsrlirs Its final' ln.|MlIon by Frdrrali.r.lwiior ItlS.OOO facility. at the rut the other half. I .,iritHe, Klvcit. the ilty'ntff(\ III* niwrallnn. of the Westf ali. 17.' Daiilrl llotutow-
tlround Including the The ralr'Aumx-lutlon' '' plrtcnl' joint InmU'i'n two weeks ego i rkrtrlciil !ph sit and\ watei, ski :33. and Eddie' B..khu.U. .
I Jlatcompleted Elected
\l I t. 1 IVrrlol/t. front. the iinl ( l> Office 'In ThtMiia-.tllle. tlu. :
| r englnwr ltegl"
In the .KIX2: and
$20.oOo .extrnalonA money now upon was ciiirjttlunrtl Tuesday night work. Hrliaofrr. ..10. ..*ill the wore, Arrrited, by city
left In right: are lerrl".ta, architect lun Morgan. Kep.rrh Themes. rn.tractorErn..t the alf.ntenthCl\ new hulM- offlror at fltarko
arena ant horae nt&bl..ii, to by Churls Hchurlri' \\ lu. .5i Uh amount the tnitti'r' ar piild.I2D
Trle, C'.Minly ( II IMr-flor\ ('.1" Itulwrt. "Hint' fl) ln..pecl..r iearg ('"..Ih.. the fair building*. ln j can be tweAl I during the annual C 'of C President waft .!p,.'i ltliii( an an InJI- '. per ,month plua ..ll) fm service. station "Uie. Wednesday

and! ._I..n. minly ('1) dl..t..... Hut Ithln.r.H I f The now KOC building U .anI county/ fir, and for com vhluut Hill I it ttixi>,iyrr' each moelliNl", ovrr two I la. avl, eyr-nlnn. and charged with

-- I attractive atnictiire landing munlty meeting "1t you .itilNo. their .Hiy I down' In tin* coili: breaking. sod rniertna' and
'' -- I entirely above ground. The A total of $1\1.1\00\ > of the tluford MltrhoJI for Ilieiu to tonllime: to do : H. w.. au."rml bv Mr grand larceny 'In the burwlaryof \

.... City PaychecksTo 'I county tin* .m-ored a nrat In $113.000. Inv.al. n..nt at the. director lit Use. KlorliU, (personnel. rltulePHmm ,. tiollilnif. yolk', CI wiuittnu. uiu ''Hllbv Jiituui,. who made. the the Country Club.Httike .
: .. r\Ur QruiimU ..m. from federal th, Isles. "Iris ; Hollre Chief B'll' Itoa-
the atale .1",,'" this In the win erected. president Irton")'. Si-hawfrr told< the : motion ritlxlnii. ; ,
and tle nmtchlng' funla, -nunrll Tim mine, from. CJUto : : see said 1 that. the Cimntry Club
ftrat center' designed. apeclAcaJly .- of Use. littllrke.lr..aro..d( ( Conn- "Iliey do< meet one per
Be DeliveredBy for nn HOC and In the lint accordintt to Rep. Arch Thom t ty Chamber of Commerca' at ISO p'r moiiUi. wu sheet month. and. mi over the bill, waa rnterrd Tiwaday nkht.Deo. .
a. president' of the Fair Aa 14. throiuh roar,, win
without earth covering It Ilk. A railed. meeting of directors. I hit h'ustrra" after tI.. ruiinrU\ ..1fI< avrre about them a
; : .oclallors. Two bund Inauea. estimated t>.aft oresnore
a fallout shelter.Hrartford Moodily aftrnioun. turned tli* oiwi-iitlnu.. / of the i working Hut. tho Utility Com* dOw and an
In the fourth cnwn* totaling ,(O.OOC) have .beon lot electrical! plant ovrr lu tlirm niltlr. ha. Wen doing hurls of whiskey. was. stolen
HeadsA Other offlrera aleotlxt. at this
Dept. by the ,air VH-latlon. but undetermined
ty In the .t.,. to build an R':- time John' A Tussle. ,lit I the t hut 1II"l'lIl"/I" / LVocml : Job I don't know huw flue Also" token was an
\ ,. wore; ,
'I.j 'I-] that Indebtmlnemi" U ih wil' '0'Sr.OOO quantity. of beer andrlrrllr..ItCl.
UC. De te. 1 Palm. Reach and oil Ualrlbutor vtt-. prenlilent. .. \ ,>r 7 Tim liiMtreit. air I (Hindi( tint the job but.. It's
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now arconlinjr toTtlon1. At the tlm that
: motion for drp.utmnth..da ... and l hr. Wayne Whiff, HtarkeoptomrtrlHt Cliff' here (leoiy. Flynn/ St., I I IMIUINlv'l lulllt,. Il'. JlWt ore thaI hon* were arreited. o-
and Jowrtt HWII' of those. thin that happen''
hand tieiiHurrrD .
to out peyeheck.sere Trio Convicted The Hraitfotil t l>evelopinentAa cording to Chief Rower, they
"I li where the "They will hove even morn
( Jiiiit < >n't M !
renewed and
prated A : U rlty. holder of t the first .lli>ta for new director.were had In their pnxariialnn.' most
f ; H t thinkthey ...
-d i.ek./sihr.fuiursand'
Y the city counJrTTurWay: Wuhr tin, ; .min vt (he bonds. hna. J.|.nr- roitntud, on her lit .aril!, ovniiwtt pnn tain* them from of Ui. (not taken from the
Looting Of 120 to |5i") month when "will... save Hi. city. moneyMrs.
despite the objectloiu of City given tbs) 'doWt l Slier aa .vtp4 U<. following. were .l I.cta l: Country' Club.
Clerk Mrrrtll BdwarcU. I I you JlJllt lot thrmiih baUnclliaT John. aM aftrr 1u-a-. .
-<1 In lhelaat .alnl1 o( (Devil Costa' Cart Johns, Mr, An entlne and tranmlftkm .
Councilman Jimmy MrRel( Lawtey HomeA the legislature' ,"". them ,...... Iluford Mitchell A. U Peak live. budget 111.' ahotild day' meeting. thai It really from a lOflA Mualang waaalno

made the motion becauae htMU mlaalon. to do no Thorns atnrefiorte.1 John A,. Tonnle. and "fir, meet. Ilk. the charter *..yll 01' wouUl( not h..*.... ben nereaaaryfor found at the service. *ta.

too many employ.hate. Circuit Court Jury con that. the prlnrlpnl ,, Wayne Whlffen. the roiiiicll' ahouUI, alntluih" tin. I I the munch to paw a mo Hun where. &the boy were take

been Iolt ring In the city vie toil. two Jacksonville, men ,payment or $3.XH( ) ,plan. eve! The now ofllcora will he Inavailed poaltlon.: Hchirfer coiitlniieU I lion turning. over the opera *n 'Into euatody. Roaarr' ...Id.U. .

k'. office too long each and a woman' .but Thursdayafternoon per Cant interest his,i J".I boon at the annual' meetingIn He unlisted'/ tint that IIw, city tints of tlt power, pUnt to the Identified the Mustang a*

Friday ..hcn they go to draw of breaking ,and en- mad. *..In.t the remaining I January I I 141(111! already. iilven. the Unite. I ContlrHH Cn ra... Two I Imenta having' been r stolen" In Jack'!

Ii u q|M>rtlng t'-.e-S.flO'J ..|iiun> ...... operation and. titrellagwith their paycheck Th council terlna and grand 'larceny Ind i 113,000 ,tn tmndi.' bringing th"l annyllk earlier this month.In .

rwwn It* adjoining offtre. the off.trial. ....-_. *art....Mi. tabled lheIDo'>>tlon.' their the looting of a Lawtry believe! down to IIJ.iKKi.', ) ) AYil'4!\ AMhOI'l.ilO4"' :- I addition to the MiMtangon .

U *% fur ,the 'IvIMlng. From .left to rlgMl I Kep. Thaws ( ItDirector December '7 meeting after Ed- .I After llatenlng. to t....home'j Acoorrtlng to AMiitant
Itobi-rt' Inkpot. ... IVrrlola, atate ..petor ('udlin. I I war da mid he had no right to a half 01..,. of testimony CO l lretur.. lull dhlner. U,. J. M. Edward Jr and P. BMlilvr chief' .*ld. officer found what
give the check to anyone but alji man Jury deliberated new roC ran houm a staff ofM remained of $500 to $"01)
and1..4"u" T..It.Juveniles Ih.1 Jr birth of' HUrke.have .
the owner 40 minute fcwfore reaching with. their famlHea. In time bern eliTUd. to mrmbor- I Iln Suits By Five Timber Firms worth of shotgun' ahe>IU and

I Ior..o City Attorney Oor e p-.ere: :, verdk tFound, of emergency Tha mAin room all Ip In the American Anllu"A..ucl.Lotl anme oilier item .stolen In a
Admit 8 Burglaries ruled that. & the C'OuncU" guilty were" Lawrence h,,* 3.1\1"\( .u..r.| fret And U rerent" burglary. .. from tit* Imperial
at Ht Mo.
i Starke'a It'VLt iatlve body and It U Smith fltUney.. U MmKh and plenty. urge. for community A total of 4110 ,tu.inberahlpswere Hrndfonl (.....nt,. hna. | against their. ropertleii' .. flervk' Btatlon on US

.la the council' function& to hU wife IVggy. They were meotlng of any kindnealtlee tell.. a Ill-point' "" ..rtofll'"j are. Illegal and, ronnwatory,
Starke Juveniles admltteti yoU rwtne their arrest the eee that the city la. run etHel convicted of looting the I......- .bo.nf auf" from bwiuml to breeders ulrrelsfertd fails. from the /n". tliiil>rilxni' | Th. "rr' <...*. wftt Hied .km ({r. JOI.Utlier limt fmind" acenrcl!

commlttina ei ht area chief said the youth admittedthe :, ently Therefore, the attorney tey hom" of Col. and Mra.Continued I atomic alta' <'k., the new build. Uie Abertlren-AiiMui In I| ownera who. have entered atilt cull Court her Monday'" tty T. mg to Rosier' |Included 'never'

burgbTlei!t following their are December' U bunlarly At 0'Gro"er' i t! -I Continued( on Pane Two! ( On ....i e AtI' I Con tI nu.... On Pate Two I month.U. 8. during the peat I rlulmlng that IWHD.. ../ ..*.**- A, Yawn Jr. who la ...tVln.II. AI pl> of (fld'iliK,' equipment"
Station. _
oflloera Saturday Service
rest by city mansfur' the county believe to have been *.tor..nofrom
night the ..m* Unv the toys alto
\ Container Corporation, one horn* and flahlnai dock:
A! conUtKC to Stark t UleChVf admitted' having broken 'Into Fears Being Left OutHampton of the iilanllff was aaked to In thl..k.. Hanta Pe areu..

Uili: Rojw9i the boy 1 Southald Elementary on aev I I admit the fiillowlng, and some tool whlrh are believed

werecaught lu the act o'I I i| en prate""'u" oceaalona bets H'n 1. Container own :.14.I.1 *craa to have been stolen In a

brraktrR. Into \the) SmtthsidEemenUry November' 14 and Docrmbrr !Ia nf lend In Kmilford County recent burglary at Bradford

School br>et 8 p !< In the earlier *ntf e.. the i PTA Seeks Share Of Bond Money iwxl endiiMlvely. for forea- { County HUh' SchooL

m. ea' irday City officer chief said. a amaU amount af 'try iifieratltin, | A subsequent' InveatlgatlAn.

Ref' said. had been keeping cash, along with wine milk 2. That 'for this purpose ut t tlllni I by city and county! offlrer. unOred >

etc wntr'nn': the arbool Ice cream, ball>> point pena. and rearing their arhool will be no consideration for any of : ..1 l Valorem taaaa, the frame. hood and
bull -1.11! has be, bu.i. balloons. sere' takrn from the ''NY' .should. .be axoanod ..I.n""j! .
i t n left out\ of the pendln4 of 11.3 j thmoue')'. In .*-kUi. con*W> .. aa '1 l fender nf the stripped Mao-
lajrUad' acv '"1 time leeuW as'1 hoot million race track bond (awe ration .the p.rrnt sill ritelettrri lural land at Joist. i vwlue. hang hidden In nearby woofs.

money the Hampton PTA met I>I to thcxxl: bo'i J aid 3. Aggregate. value nf ln time fif their arreat.I .

Monday nl<)it and planned attend the nr.t meeting' 'urn u. aM.. ie>l I I. .2 ")",1:141.! or .antverage ,I I>. .'I.&, ,Ihot"""" Johnny W*""-

Conner To Run tepa, to rrqueit their Shan [I January 3 1 .. of |11I:1").: |ier" acre I I ,fall ant, tfcMIe! )fUwkln were

: School Beard Mrmber Rodney <::I. I.I PTA President hest.r t TI # I' I (.nt..ln.r rlalma lamtahoiild I, liidnt. at Bradford. County

Hall told the 17 parent j: ,....rl. told the parent hr t.. aaMe>l al $7'J.73.T 'Illth flrhont. n Mnow.kl I wa
I or Ae| an average 011 f: OOA per rennrted lo "be" on federal parole
called u..el.1 l merUn to .
Far Re-election i iDo prevent that h* ha* been a.- I I 3 I
'! .. I : < r .
.uref the school will not be'clotrd +I -find out If acre lnter 4e But at present neither |1 I rnouch to do oni'lMn, to re. r' rr.. n Thai .plaintiff total I Ja I The youfh sere arraUned'
'1 IMMM! I annual..
N olt fapttalUtxl bfoie/ County Judge T A.
:;;'I.| Conner native of'i Hampton or Brooker .la under ere If we te airorM enough! (rIbe .A 9ft "
h.aid11. warned .the :.- /Inborn*. Yawn Thursday a f tor noon.
Bradford County aid a veteran j I m.lnt.ln par 'i' I .H That "i I 031.1 idiea. not>>t es' I Dec' I'I rVimf' wa* net. at 7.-

of atmnet Ie year In .nutegovernment < enu that wlfOt.I ... ... ,', i ant l the nuirket .prUi.. at weir h one each on Weatfall ani
thus ...hoc I.M 'Improve K.you -
marked tale S7thtiirthday O. L. Jarvis Resigns > : '*' t
of M>r .hints, being mid| | "fmrpurprMe I Itoanowtkl ,and at n.o.oh/
will have to have mine
r 1 Let that rite h* will wh' n.anannounrement From First Baptist the funo" -, .r"'lfllr''l" In Hrailfortl i>n fthannon. and Haw kind. A

.. C'unlv on and prior to preliminary', t hetrlrvr was ache.:
1 "Do think If. worth doe I'i
C3owmla4nner you '
for re-eJor4Vm" a* r I. ....rYL. ...bmIU.... hla ink nomeUtlnt" Hearte a...ke4. J.n I loan( ,, doled" 'for January. 4
of Agihultuie.C r -rr-"'' JIt Jim, .
elected' Vn thHme t
nner wee t- < ,M."A",,' Uon forth pUntlff .lank. on aa >H>*>nItuttket

..If of of 21 Rrpreeentatlvo and became" It.at (ithe First Hoptiat Churrh nfrtarke I I pile.Hampton would: be wiped .. were worth I.rr.. .ID peracre I The Community

effective January VMr clear off the If.e lose .. I
vo>inge4 apeaker aevemi venlater a On ir .h..f.". April I I 19110( I
they': Jarvl .ha. ..riw1 l In II," on lady stated State Bank
H. moved up to I .y'rutsfl. ..ntile. 4 tae return' l luunly 1.
! I .
her for the
| f"IIr-riC pad'I ThU la a 10 year bond Iaaxe
Cabinet .level poet live yearn 111'.1.1'. <* T. < A** aan -
2 monthand. resigned to accept there 'U n.i other In of StarkeAnd
ago and now afetre' top< *e- the with'the tl I..... lungdi l
name pmtffcm sshL' Hall told the group
murtry honor with BerreUryof M-U'I return ili Rlver-4de BaptM" Churchla I 1|I -Personally. I'd rather ere II .
SUM Tom Adam who way t .. i !
rlooo nv m .
elected to the CaMnat tn'hi Fort }.f,He. wMch ne It* 'tiered than tv>thln, (I'mIn' trig. f..-.. Henry U, MrMHUa) (Ivltt / pr-wM key, J.ba N. HrnMiam wllk. aa I'the .
also iiwvlo, in/ l sues< nor Informatlnn
ln.o.Iirti. I.I: own .'..nn tjUIcm' and telertaton 90 r....n I don t think It would f)<('" frmtttnott a* .. .....-.iUn ..f appr-vUllMi f- Ike! "..,.. ...,....t.r". -r>lrr. w from which. unh InonntellUUllt The Florida
D.vi. r..1Wr .. a.'e.a program. 'lat. rk....UIti. fur H...- .p.i.1 four year. % monrlary, gift Inca |lb.. men Ma al... prevent.M I !>.> '.w.r.,,''n..1 l lID

Oommloaxter./ Swear aid the I!I Mr. and Mra. Jarvia and I' Th. p.*..nte riled '...ni t* Koh',........... TfclrU free .left to /14. (',,1. "'r.d .,. l wrllew/ 1 ..._....Ual. .f That ret..rn( didMtt. diaikv Bank at Starkewill
I I th Hr two rhiMren Rh andBvmet. | lee of small cla, e<< at
Propet'ty'Sod! ".... theNs.< .
department been miani..r > ibe c|' ant.ly or value of
wtM. l I.av. for tltetr f I II IfJirpton! compered to the e:I not .b.
.., ... rwhtrt. open
e1g -t bee worked I fore At Auction new n .In Fort :tot,era user .terse one In fttarke. Theywere I
PIorMa farmer In l..vl.. in HMnw 'Irrformallnn
eteery wllh National Guard OCS Honors Ihe -
j after the Ant of the yowr.rrmerly vvyn- 'tt to tr.napof/tut Chaplain for business! on
I .... I :
Prop rf wved >-.r I>. ... develop ... p.e.rla. klnder,rtn''' from wMrh etirh protivtl'Mt -
...1IIf1..., and marketing. rounar children < rash. be aarerta.ne1.KimiHr M.TtTrwJ.S., I II tThl
U H.aM I .
''and Kotef TSama* and 1 ("L"It'I''T' T I through wcond rode. on boa- Officer and mm of Ua '! a weekend training mfeolon al .....bh...... weir. hoe aervM a*
+rr.a. ....
Am. Trt"" nr. .u aoM. ill W'IO' I / (&t< .nt. of put
e* in Rlarte'Our Florida National Ouard'a Of Camp Blandlmr. attennevl UImornJng .. : volunteer unpaid chaplain for
moryri(. forertomirr. aeJe. here Conner I* a p*. pr.nent Important'' f.... a.n AUM. with the four other -
aphool Candidate l
1 la ao Hrh paid "aervlr' .. They a"'.1 the' OTW alnre It was started I
Monday for '4a* 2. of the Mouthem Aamria4inn of 1 nlgtey& TaJ.eraa.tKv. ""-> to Hampton tf.. lose" ; tribute to their chaplain, flay anrompanle4" by Th Adlutant 'In the. cummer of IMI$ He I pUmtiff Owlilt"'.. Oilnvoi .. Spac Contribat*!

The property wlnck Inr-fcuJ- ( Mate f..ltnwM. of Acrkrol- .. II. rVnlr' raleeKunday It one patent lit.lid. t j John R Brabnam by attmdrn ('.._. of Florida. $W. O err aid. the aplrttiial I.dda". ..:,'I' '.''J*'' To ft.oe yvru.r, 1 Inc, Weakly., t. I'u hllcb:.
f'If is .at _1r1IIfnnt.. tore baa trtntl an the ...-a.U" AVIinof, 14, Woratatp s st laatIfunday and. ,,..*> H. PuncherTim I Rvnt
are -Youll not lo the atnool. *ertti In a boll Henry W MeMUllan' af PVirtda provlna-t by Ify RrMi.m rommunllj fcy
f ,I ....'ntlf;. Iliad' suit hea'vntt ,.
oxiimlttee the nwtttJiMlaamriatton
.... Xervtre. It Trahwa
rurclUkaed .t tbt prtret am. ;t Hall reiterated at the First Methodlt Military Headquarters In MlAuxiu' had .been in..! >.'>le M the;; The
and .k* FV"'>rt"t roe two muntha .If". n..... CommunityState
I'nb-n. 4 SO W .
t.-bfto.CIa. .
UMnfoal p r-i \ mig" j*0, 'W. wU. ev ru :lfy w'Pus Church of HtarkeNinety :,ne personnel of the ffl.-er
t.. f ,.tle+ ,,1 a subtler orrtinator for taw PVnl for ship. 7 94 pan Everyone w.3eom. It rots away, cam the gsikkI Bten and three Dill lei MrlliHUn eipremrd dilate. K. hI-.' c.n'l mg T.. ('Ml.rt.r. J K KeUyIConUmted BanleJuliaa

r sni --th..-j,7 ''Cntlnixd On Pats Two) .. i ft-ply. .4--, of the OCR. oho were on .s-p appreciation to Rev on Wee Two I




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___ .U.I:: l.'t L' sfAIDPUItt. UOIfNtV,. *iM>.uttArit. .F.'fift'. P-'JltlU. ---- -- wr
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month pay raise after the
established the op.
by city
Mfr I Ir' P eration of the power plant Will\
Irw iii and that would require an act i rI
tab of the legislature.. r turned over to
J Took under alvtsemmt:!
A motion by Mrs. Johns Instructing I I
1 uniforms for city
e employees
; : Attorney Qeorg fir
due ta a dlssiepancy;:
Kte.e.V(: : d-aw" up art ordln.
sin the bd3! sent! out by th .
ance affecting jhe omendmuncf :
GLADYS MOOTY cede to allow ths councl! ity A pommltt-a Caunclim -

,13 raise i the trustees salary 4 Berber Ooodman, One
'I'hone 964-0651 .-rR Wiggins ant, ; Jimmy: McRa-:
T. : was passed unanimously, _
1 was appointed to, study speci-;

n _: i "rfti.'m far: the LnUorms ,fly:

''Mrs. M. W. Perkins and chll-1 I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'K jar- e __ Final/ O.I(. art to investi-afe! the! .possibility: )j

dren of Chlldersburg. Ala. are ian and j daughter of Orlando getting them frpm the stat

ifclting her brother-fn-Jaw I wll spend the Christinas weekend For New QiC r rI i tonal; institution.T ) .

and sister. Mr. and "Mrs. J., T. with her parents, Sen. and c'own a request!: t ti

Pollard for two weeks. Charley Johns. it extend: Wt tm:>reanJ! .street
.t Continued From Pas One i
Mrs. David Black and dau /h- Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cain of ar/'u:: 'ire' Saratoga Hsljhu!

.t.I' of Provo Utah are visiting' Asbury Park. N. J. are spending inc will be very easy to heat 1'81\1 l "i d tnt) 'P-att: St:'et>

hor parents Mr. and Mrs. the holidays with her mother and cool. It has no windows Councilman McRae reported(!

(Merrill Edwards for two Mrs. Margaret Jackson. : I ,y Jr R+ ,i_ ceiling Is solid concrete 14 to that a pipe for a culvert wa\u\ ;

...'.'WPeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Parsonof s I ?7 Inches thick, an4 Hi walls : : cost 11,180. He ,recommends

"Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs Clarksvllle. Ten. art i iI I r are,' two layer of';concrttq! nte the! item: Is not ba12 tab

and son of St. Petersburg and spending the holidays with her 1t gooks filled with sand. hnt It wait until next year

":i12r and Mrs. Wilbur Barry I parents. Mr. and:! Mrs. Bill 4 Only: thing that engineer 11H Referred: a proposal that the ,

1,' 'and children! of Gainesville I Mathews. 1 1 Victor Perriota," federal Inspector ,c.- cltv purchase $6-700 worth of
'are weekend guests of their Mrs. L. D. Vlnins: was in from Thomasvile! Ga _adfreraogrdph equipment to a

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dublin, Oa. from Saturday to .. t.4Lwfl..as, 0 -.; .h$. SI I ITil'IC.L found wrong with the building committee of Mayor. ; Ran 11Chitty.
""U bbs. Monday where she attendedthe -- __ Ole
wan its wooden doors. He r Councilman!} WK-
: ;
PRE-C'IIKISTMAS: SCJo.NtSt 1..1t. children father around beautifully _
Mrs. Marie McDavid and funeral of Proctor Snowon I strongly recommended they be: gins and Clerk Elwirjn: A
"" decorated tree at Hint-lie Golf and Country' Club Hutunluy afternoon. At
"cftllclien' of Gainesville and sunday. She was accompanied I changed! for metal ones with urvey by an t'Qurm! : -nt tire
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal of by Dea. Walters who right Story Hour group gather;, to decorate! tree with b.tnf'mAd",. I ornaments at ,; peepholes: so anyone Inside cans ''ndlcnted the cSy'a:!; al.licxograph : -

Lnwty:! were! Sunday guests of spent the weekend with her I Public Library Tuesday afternoon. ./{ who Is outside without i N'- -*( equipment'used;! to to-

.Mrs T D. Dyal. grandparents Mr. and Mrs.' opening the door. Plans for the dress! utl'Jt.v: "'CI'nut t shot

John: MIxon and daug'-.ten; : ,Cecil Walters. Country Club as chairman.Red tag b olden sleigh. pulled, by center were approved by the Heard Mayor:: Chlty state

Dorot ,iv and) : Beth! art: pending ; Miss! Jean Mundy of F3U Is Scene Of Holiday and green wi I'e the predominate J'efelt:! reindeer, regional CD' office, however hat he takes< entire blame for

Wednesday to Monday In home' for the holidays.Mr. colors: used: for garlands B. F. Mizell Jr. entertained! with the wooden doors Included. -, the council's mandate that all

e MlHiii': Wlt'lir.' : anal: MrsWnyne and Mrs. N. S. DankelI 'Tea For Tots' ;! hung from the cel.lns the children witH feats of city employees wear their nlu-
I land over the windows centered !! magic, using varlout. childrenas Jaycee Christmas PartySeveral
: ) Mlxrm.: And Mrs. F. O. Hutchinson of : Contractor for the 'building rot:m.'.! on the jca. The mayor
Wayne Wynn and Paul 3t. Cloud are spending the The Starke Golf and Country with Christmas belle The helpers. was Ernest Trlest! of Keystone brought the matter to the ate

ICnuffmnnn are vacationing weekend with Mr.: and Mrs. Club ballroom was the qhlldren brought gifts to be Santa Claas came to visit Heights and the architect wan hundred children enjoyed. the annual JayceeS party tentlon of the! council but said

: this week at the ski resort< In Meed Lewis. They frill go to beautifully! decorated' scene of distributed to the needy and with the children, played Don Morgan. In the First MrthodUt t>l.uw'';.iip. Hall last Satiir-Uy tnurnlag. Tuesday: night he understood

Gutllnburg, Tenn. Waycross, Oa. Friday to visit t.ha'third annual "Tea for placed them under a decorated games with them, and preasnt- These happy scene here taken a. Santa Clan. and representative others were being held responsible

: ;" '.13111 Green of tie! University Mrs. J. A. Dankei and Miss! Tots" held Saturday afternoon (fluktmas tree. ed each child with s stocking of the Muitnrtlon Army from J ....k"ollIllf'' who for the action and the
'ffIf South Carolina is home fo Mary Dankel. D!'f. 18. from two to 3:30: I The punch table tias over- I filled with candy and; toys. Doyle ConnerTo eop'e affected are disturbed:\
provide the toy, dJ"tributo g'ft to ilillilren. Afte'lefrexlinienH
: eager
with white cloth .
: JJlic holidays. Your Christmas Photo- o'clock with Mrs. Walt Hullck Ipld a feature about the rolina.Witnesses .
Movie the group e.ljujcil moiir-t ut tie! lurldi: ,
a Thomas McManus. Seaman trahplc Headquarter e, Run Again
: .:ilSN. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Camera. Projectors Polaroid and Mrs. E. T. Brea Theatre.

S mT! McManus of Starke. has Screens, Tape Recorders) etc, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sanborn :enle of High Springs! and Timber Suits ---- ---- ---- To Meet
Ijpcn to the NAg Mir- Butllngton's. 12'2' .4t 12'23'' of Lake Worth are visiting Mr and Mr. Ben Cheate.m and rContinued From Paae Onei, 7.9
assigned January
: newed hit motion and it was ho-r.rs arc nit ("')nneet.':I to:
wunar. Call He left Starke on Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wlg- thel,*son-In-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathew Facts Asked Peace program. He still main- 4-uxfd: unanimously the tlty sewerage system. '
f*>c 20 after spending two tlns and family and Mrs. Dora Mr. and Mis. Hn-ry Mooty UK.. fxnv'lv of O.JneAvil'ft Will' Ulna .an Insurance agency In "Public relations between Torode alai! juejtecl .. Fcrnandna

.: 'j?'/;eks furlough with his par- Fender of Stockton Oa. were from Mrs.Thursday J. D. Warren to Monday.was in, be ClkrtetnuM' day gueta t .et 'Continued( \ from Page Onel Starke, and is director of the employees and the city council the city level pil-s cf dirt lei* The Starke congregation ofJehovah's
Wednesday visitors of Mr. 1nrt Mrs. Oat I Mathews,
first Federal & Lorn
Savings and the public and the city
ents.Mr I on his property after the Saratoga Witnesses will
: and Mrs. H A. Lawson and Mrs. I* D. Vlnlnjr. Baptist Memorial HoHpital Mr. Leaty Todd of Starke and State Comptroller Fred O. AtxoeUUlon: of Starke. council ale as rotten! as can.e Join
lU-.ylilt canal was dredg: 16 of North Flork'a
will have their children:! and Mrs. Hazel Hitch. Mrs. Pearl from 'Saturday to Wednesdayfro and Alon a ItOItS Jr. of lAke Dickinson a* defendants. They He wan re-elected without ," Edwards told the council': others to
d .end mat tae h.
observation and treatment.Mr. >I.l.y: .epuu) attend the semi-annual: circuit
fnmlllea horns for Christmas Edwards and Sen. and Mrs. Butler arUlent In Doctor' allege the assessments made
He said the would simply
In 1964 move
opposition to the two .
., and Mrn. Leo Championhave nc:: kmckeJ do-.m when tilIrt tsscnbly at Kcrnandina Beach
weekend Bud Lawson of Mars Charley Johns attended the Hospital. by Long are Illegally arrived
: : term worsen the relationship. '
which set
moved into their year was ti; \\''PS piled: : up H3: sad; ; h Jan. 79.Principal.
)Hill N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Bill graduation of Franklin Hitch new Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harveyof nt. and ask ,the court to seta In a move to keep the major The clerk also challengedhe :
supply material to bull
Morar of Panama City, Mr. from U. of F. Law School last home on SR. 16 Cant. Atlanta.. Ga are holiday: value. on the lands in dis state: campaign and! the national legality of the attorney' speaker will belosoph
: and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Lake Thursday afternoon and the Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler f ueew'of' Mr. and ),I".. J. W. pute. They also asked throe w>|. presidential campaignsfrom iillug, claiming It is Just unman's i new f nrClal: man: Cai Saia southeastern dieetor -
II Hurst initructej that the
Kansas Mo. rent n for the Witnesses. On
of City are
Wales!, and Mr. and Mrs. reception following.. tcltch. ly be enjoined from takingactlol1.l being held in the some opinion. Asked by At-
ing the Ralph Alvarez home Mr and Mrs quest t2:! giantedHefus :!. .Junday, he will speak/ on the
Charles Lawson of Tallahassee Mrs. W. E. Middleton and i Carl Roberts against them for nonpayment to.ney Pierce if he realized he
: on SR. IS Bunt. Mrs Wheeler I will be In Belleview! on Chrl.ttmos of taxes.Trustee year. "d a request: of Curl object, "What doe. the res-"
Miss Madge Middleton spent would have to resort to courts
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. in a. slater. of Mrs. Leo Cham- 1 day ""visiting; Dr. and Mrs. Conner is the second Cab- jchsefer to porn two ocncret irrectlon of the dead man for
the weekend In Melbourne to prove the ruling illegal! the '
inet member to formally state and ?"
Roberta Jr.d slabs! at the armony on Nortl you yours
Firth and family of St. Louis, with Mrs. Merle Mardis and pion.Tpm clerk replied, "Yes.
Mo. holiday truest of Mr. Moore who has enlist'ed '. 'Mr.1U d Af rs. D. N. Denmark Pay his intention to seek renomin- Temple; Avenue en which t Betweei sessions. the local
S are Mrs. W Q. Dowling. 'Haven't said that most
a for four yearn! "in" the Naval of Jacksonville were Sunday atlon In the Democratic primaries :mount two artillery pieces. aggregation will Join the olh-
and Mrs. R. E. Firth. ;
Mr. and ,Mrs. Lewis Yancey at Cheat, Hike Protested next May. Secretary of laythtck are given out byapartment In the
Air/Reserve fa the rs
public ministry at
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A .
Tcd: Ji hje.cr ,
Visiting A. G. Loudon Sr. InS it wll ; .. ? : to (rD 'uit O
Decatur CU. be guestonext Naval : .. Plate Torn Adams made hli ; h.'ads already kndini
Lakes Training Motion <-r. Boarh. Leonard E.
Russell! Norman. t Toni! -.
t a' Jut
Putnam Memorial Hospital In : a brtihtc
and jfcHae rued."Ninetenths
week'of Mr. Mrs. L.
In I Illinois]!. ,for tan weeks boot-I Mrs. Kate Sheppard'or announcement several week allace: U presiding ml.>i ter
'Continued Prom tact !
One.trustees lUht at fie
Pnlatka last Sunday: were Mr. D. Vinlng. Page ..1&,0.Pay. of them." th. rear of th
S And Mrs. W. T. Jackson Sr., trtuilngr. Briuuwlck. Oa. U'' vUltlnj! lerk i mv ch: m"n s'ure'wttda ; ; the local' congregation.
Gale is. visitingher Mr and 'Mrs.! C. S. Bowers but that the council: replied."What's I
frlepda here' thin week. that !I
Mrs. Loudon Jr. and daughter I in huge gi In. told hIm' _a' --
the difference
brother-in-law and sister fit Fort Laudeixlule'will spend MlSHCS" ... Louisa>> and Etta vented the move put In thecords. I the o .wean ir MIV r'orr'sais
jst b'i'
ti! s1 '
s Harriet and Margie Ann Check .u lit no<
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. x or eight mo.e bt.ni pickup ',
the Christmas holidays with I I. 1 W'III' mays am a.IL
Frlpp of Columbia, S. C.
Dowllnflf. Harriet and OerrlMnoty are I Schaefer had 1 lust question
In Marlnnna this week. thcnT" tile cojacllmaqnrntloned 11 any Ind. Itl.".....
with their
son-in-law and. holiday guests of :Mr. and Airs Schaefer also asked If the the ,
also Visited Mr. Loudon !Mr. Virginia Smith of Jack. Distribution ti stew! t ttlnp) a t90 pea .5Ar I snr'nv ,11..1' than. my
daughter' Mr. and "Mrs. R. G. L. U. Powell. council hud the to foist
Monday afternoon. power '1 If I. V wu ,am......
nonvllle. pent the weekend Paterson. In other action the council I. .> ,
e Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Local admittances: to Bradford salaries set down in the code! i/ll
with Mrs. Joe Wilson
; end family were in Palatka Mr. and Mm. J. S. Walker County', Hosnltal this City Attorney Pierce ruled that Continued( from Page One) Referred to the S.tnltJtlo
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cre_ of Fort Lauderdale and Mr week include: Jessie James. ooimrll does if pn ordinance Committee a request by Juhi
Sunday visiting Mrs. O. E. Mc- FLORiDATHEATRE
.: Oaulev. ler and family of Calhoun, Qa. and Mrs R. W. Underlll of Lee. Jams H. Hitch Sr.. Is passed. amending the salaryof : aid, the council. ha the A. Torode that Uw city con. 111 1 301,

Hallmark Cards "When are visiting his parents Mr, Melbourne are speo : you
and Mrs. M. W. Cressler, this l city clerk who H an a'mintstratlvt Street buck of the Taste I
rare enough to !send the very holidays with their parents ria Gray, Cecil A. AddlsonMrs. 00<1. Schaefer also asked! '
: best" Name stamped in cold week. They will all spend the Mr and Mrs. J. H. Moncrlef. Jennie S. Rodtly John W the council could abolish! 1'1 ) officer who carries ou'' Freeze on North Temple Ave I DRIVE-IN

Quirk service BullllnrtoiTs.Mr weekend with Qapt. and Mr. Marine Pvt. Benjamin F. I Blanton, Komle Crawford trustees, but Chairman the policies of the council. I nue! Torode owns the drlve-li! I I 1

: and Mrs. Curtis Sanders William K. -Booth. .. at Fort. Allen III has received an George a. Harper, William R Hurst replied that they are Upon the ruling. McRie re- bulging.!:: He said the three Showtime-Weekdays 7 Open 7:00:

are spending- week in Spar- Walton' Beach.Terry .1 honorable discharge from the Thomas, Kim Ciewi and William !Sunday'; 3:00.: !Saturday'; 1IVED. 1 Show Time 7:15
I -- - -- -- --
s tun bur)?, S. C. Barry of Southern U.S. .Marine Corps and l Is expected M. Dowllng, all of t n\W"- --"'- -- W'fGI 'QcrtQ: CI"'tI" = ADMISSION

Lex Kathy. and Melanie! I Seminary Buena Vista Va. J la home this week. He Starke; George A. Rajran Jr s : I, .. TII t'Rs. FlU. \dtilts 75r Students 60c

: Oren! of Gainesville were home for the holiday. is the lIOn of Mr. and Mrs B. I of Ralford;; Mrs. Minnie Granger ;I' the 22. 23. 21. Children Under 12 FreeSAT.

weekend guests of their grandparents Miss Martha! Sue McCain F, Allen, Jr. of 1219 W. Mad. of Lake Butler: and Mia i : 1

U Mr. and Mrs. LexCUeen. will be In Wildwood over the toon St., and wan squad leaderof Letha Boll Ogburn of Lawtey. Cc s .sSCn.rte.,. !'; ., !SI'N.,; MON.Dec. .

weekend visiting her parents. his platoon at Parris Inland Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Swlnyer RichardWidmark ". 25
e 26. 27
S Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McCain.Mr S. C. A 1083 graduate of Loa Onto. Calif have returned t ''It. 31 .
I and Mrs. John Greene of Bradford High Schol he to their winter homeIn Sidney PoiUer Triple' Feature I'nuamHw'iii

are spending the holiday week- was employed by Storks Motor Keystone Heights and were 91
end with her parents. ,Mr. and Parts before enlisting in Saturday dinner guests of Mrs ; The Bedford

.. HOMEOWNERS Mrs. H. L. Clianoey tn "Monti-" the Marines.: Swlnyer' ,ibrother-ln-law, and Inddenl

: ...wSAVE$f.. .J.Je celloMr. Mrs. Lena Andrews, of Orlando Nollman.sister! Mr.. and Mrs: W. H. 91 s *<**e jets ntntxituitSatn

.' and Mrs. R. L. Spengler visited her father I 11.. --I
.. (Phone 64-5391 of St. Augustine were lost L. Hough and Mrs Hough during Lynwood lters of Furman: ( ,1 Sun.. .Mon.--Tue-i.
University, Greenville 8. C. ii Is 18 aN 1HE WAY!
Thursday overnight guests of the weekend. dome lor the Dec 23, 2ft. 27, 2SIlouhle ...CabU...,......
::[=, WILLIAMS holidays.
s MaJ. and Mr. V. J. Spongier.Chief $<<
:Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Mr*. Gffle: Johns had as ) 91G. Feature I' o ttm
and Mrs. Lyle Anderson WE I
Hough and Mrs. Zulu BEATLES
: Hough guests) Monday. Mrs. Ed Crews ,
; MERRITr H. and family of Virginia Mann of Arlington Va. visited of Jack.onvlUe.Bmny 91 JAMES SIEWARI"SHENANDOAHf'
A :
sa.OdotiM _
Beach, Va. are spending next ,:\fl'. and Mrs. H. L Hough w aer M COtO I
WUhjun! : of
w : = 117 N. Walnut St. week with hta mother Mrs. Sunday. Savannah ; tuTiiuciui tnmiuian slur
Ga. And New Orleans Is

:: :H:=!Z.SW .fsna Fhl e.n..9. _, Alice Anderson. Peggy Shanbarger of St home for the holidays.Mr. I Plus I -

., j Johns River Jr. College was and Mrs. Merrill WIN :

.n -- -. placed,on the President's list Mama nave ua weekend guest., 'I ----
e -. ----- for 'the Jlrst trimester. Mr. and Mra. 1". A. Parrlsh of I'J. a S '
a. Mr. and Mrs. James C Durham N. C., :'11'. and Mrs.R. ( }}I PIWS9.! .MflII
.. ,
S. Saunders and son Mark, left L. Selfferman of Tampaand
Thursday' to spend Christmas Mr. and 1011'.. Llnton TayI I, I

with their parents Mr. and lor of Jacksonville. t iiIiaDRr c11ft1lll1111N11CiIE II : ,

Irs. J. L. Saunders and Mr. Mr. and Mrs Louis Chaff :' '+ \ ( I3 .lc:1u27t fD1I r.=1 .--
Pearl Therrell In Rocklngham. Jr. of New Orleans, La. and j, : -a WwtasN Krvst I
NOTICE N. C. Mr. and ,iMrs. Gary Hlldcbran IJ

I : Mrs.. C. W. Denny of Savannah and son of Daytona Beach j[, 'tJ' ) Plus And -

are weekend guests of their
Ga. Is r4 '
spending the holidays yt" 4. ,
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shl J ti
Smith. ,
Nollrnan!! in Starke e
and Mr,
-- ALL NEW HOME: : OWNER AI'PLVINO. FOIl TUKHOMKSTKAI +l ls and Mrs. W. F,. Swlnyer In ftlr. end Mrs. C. W. Colson. r :* :

e -= Tin: FIRS TIME IN I Keystone Heights. of F. Lake H. Jenkins,City. Mr.of Ocala and M.and.. : t'.J's ,1 e r DEADHEAD
s : >)> l-XEMPTIOf: FOR+ : : ss
a Mr. aAd Mm.. C. W Waltersof Mr. and Mrs. M.\ K..,Boyntonof M .s e

t .,1000, :MUST' IIA\'K: THEJH ARTICLES!' OF AOIIEEMKNTS.: ,' Dublin, Ca, are holiday Gainesville will be Christmas .I IS rCOLOA

menti" of Mr. and Mrs. S. L day", guoa.Lt of Mrs. Clyde sI' aesrr. ;.,


I tMr. and Mr( David Montgomery :' F. W. Strickland Sr. 1'. : I \Vetlrttsdar, Thursday Tues.. Wed. Thunu
r from Saturday to Monday to of Deytona Beach will be Sat- : ; I Ce<. 29, 30 Dee. 28. 29. 30
a IJKFORE$ : JANUARY I. 1966.. attend urday and Sunday guts of Double Feature Procnolo
the wedding of Gene '
e.. Dr. and' Mrs. Strickland Jr. .
: ONE :MUST BE A LJ04JAL. RESIDENT: OF THE Howling to Miss Ann Heard and family. F t ''.*", + 't

on Sunday afternoon. Mike Go Kiwi rewho spent ;w YxA4< e"1\ i1

: STATE OF FLORIDA AND AFVLY IN PERSON .WTTII 9r. and Mra. J. S. Sapp hart (he past Aye months in VietNam 3 : :. ,!'

as !holiday guests. Mrs. Agnes has been discharged ,
. I Heath of Fort Lauderdale. Mr. from service: and has joined 5 Lt JVf" Ii.

: IF. RESIDING TIIKUEO.N: AND IN GOOD FAITIl AWl I and *Irs. Dewey: Warren. offlavannah Mrs. GoJdwlw In OcU.Mrs. SMPDF"A I I ..

s I' Qa. and. Mr. and Carrie Eccle of Mel- S '1 1r .D. m'........... .' "J.i'
e INO TilE SAME YOUR PERMANENT: HOME: YOU. NAY Mrs. S. E. Reyes of Jackson rone U a patient in the Stark 1I 1ps.aaeis.ussa saesssaa..5 '.
. ville and famillea.. Nursing Home. J JBW'TWode
.. APPLY FOR THK'EXEMPTION; JANUARY I. 1.M- TO Mr. and Mrs David Mont. of Jacksonville 'r I PlusIUU

. gomery will.. ,have their par and son. Jeff, of Gainesville J
: ; I ,enta here on Christmas day; will. speed Chrfetmas with .Mr. .r 'I !

Rav. and Mr.. E. F. Montgomery a-vl Mrs. W. X. To rod.' F L1ip

: I $r, James Montgomeryand Lt. (u- g.J 1 Henry! Richamle <6[ : .I.Ia .Ir
l' GENE LONG .Mr.;'and oM.... If. L. Tolinert Is ham for Christmas with } .. ., MOVIE S I I I Iiaei
: N IADJ''ORA COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR I of Lake City. his parents. Mr. and Mrs II.KlcMrde. 4 T.\_.'" Gl VOYAGE INTO i

: I 1". A, McLootI Sr. and P. A. after retumln from d I

t.I .. I MoLeo4 Jr. of Pensaoola spent lobe months duty. flytrap can. J 4I 4 CRAWFORD
I__ I MonUsy
and Mrs. H. A. McLcod and from the aircraft carrier ._ r+! la +kelri ,lan ll aralar. l iL i-.a_ssgsYS. etetesg. -
Ji-T.1ti.; rr' )vr-- "' f lamlty.: ._'", .v., .' Independence. -




r T I I Mrs. Edwards Birthday Party Piano Pupils

QO L I Entertains ChoirMrs. For Doug Reddish Are Entertained -

Doug Reddish, who was fWe The piano pupils) of MtW<
W. H. Edwards St. gavea
years old on Wednesday; ; : celebrated Drew Reddish enjoyed"Christmas a
Christmas party tor( the :! the. occasion with a party Monday
GLADYS MOOTY\ Methotbt:! Junior! Choir'' on
arty for 20 children: at the afternoon: : at the Reidlsn
.Phone 964-0651 I Saturday afternoon In the Rasdlslea.
; home on Searing home on Searing Street.
Methodist Fellowship Hall. Street. Christmas decorations In

An attractive! green and The circus motif was attractively .- attractive arrangements were

Baptist ChoirIs Altar Society : Ir I white color motif was carried:: carried out In the used to advantage in highlighting !
EntertainedAt Entertains With out In the party decorations< party decoration The .refreshment point of Interest In

The refreshment table was table WM coel'CdIt.h! a the party rooms. .; j

Chitty Home Christmas Party )I w 1y fl (covered! with a Christina. clown cloth with matching The eleven ntuJent each' ]

t' t sh'F .. cloth and centered by a email napkins, and centered with a played several piano selections
Members of the adult choirof Members of St. Eiward's n'' Christmas tree. A Christmas birthday cake carrying out the after which refreshments were

the First Baptist Church Altar Society held .their an- t cake at one end of the. table circus motif. served

held their animal Christmas I nual Chitetmaa party Thurs- I 9 was decorated with Christmas Mrs Drew Reddish! was assisted -

octal at the home of )[r. and i day evening Dec. It. In the IEteC; trees _stars and the wording by her mother Mrs. W Ricky JacksonHas

Mrs. Randal F. Chitty on Searing I Parish Hall with St. William's I rc "Merry Christmas." H. Edwards Sr.. and Mrs.

: Street following the Altar Society of Keystone Mrs Lonnie rutch enter- Randal Chitty. Birthday Party j
Christmas choir program at St. Mary's Altar society -
1 Heights tained the 19 attending. with I
the church on Sunday night of Maxxlenny: and Rev chlUi-en's! games Ricky Jackson celebrated his

from 8:30: to 11 o'clock. The Father Thomas Kelly as I -ee '- 50th AnniversaryAt ninth birthday Monday afternoon ;

occasion was 'also a surprise guests. ; with a hamburger fry

shower for Mr. and Mrs. The hall was decorated In Florida BankChristmas Alvarez HomeThe for ten boy friends.

'baby Crosby the Christmas motif and the The. boys played !names and

Greeting guests at the door white linen covered refreshment Party children of Mr. and enjoyed refreshments. during

were Mr. and Mrs. Chitty, and table was centered with' .1 T-1 Jrt Mrs! Britt Alvarr are honoring the party hours three to abc

Inviting them Into the party ) a miniature Christmas tree. __. The Florida Dank at Btnrke their parents on their !50th I o'clock.
table was Mrs. Don Neel. The flankedby i Mrs. W. T. Jackson! wa assisted -
The centerpiece was held ita annual Christmas din-
Santa I I.. the. renter of attention of thin. group. at the Uttle Winnen'i.,. Chrlatmimfnrninl wedding anniversary Sunday '
living room was decorated poinsettia candle holders ner party In the Pecan Roomof : by her son, Bruce, and
with a large Christmas tree ,with burning red tapers. Mrs. Tuemlity nights' (from .left) Bryan Hrwhi: :Marjorie l Howling 'Ifcuiiile Thorn the Garden Restaurant last, Jan. 2, at 2 p. m. with daughter Becky. In serving the

and other pink Christmas dec- Paul Meng and Mrs. Francis ton, Klulne Strickland" Betsy' ;Matthews, lAnd Hill ;Meng.Little Saturday evening for employ- open house at 604 Alton Road I guests..

orations were placed at points Meng presided at the two res, wives, and husbands All friends and rt-latlves of

of interest. punch bowls at either end of Women Entertain At Christmas FormalA Following the dinner giftswere the couple are Invited to attend -{
The dining room tabla was the table. exchanged. I I rtastle Notebook 12.50 at the
covered with a white lace ,
The Catherine Jones Schoolof glittering pink and white eight<< hanging light fixtures lItalte', where The Jades or-j, pink tapers. Punch was served I TFLrOUAPII.Gfid .
over red linen and was
Dance of Macclenny piesented color motif turned the Wom held garlands of pink and: I clirstra from Lake City pro- from a silver bowl and silver
centered ''
three tall silver I
a dancing program. At an'. Cut! btiidln: Into an enchanting j white streamers ant: lit the vide:! music were two antique trays held Christmas treat
elongated ball candle holders I the close of the party giftswere Christmas fairylandfor center of the cctUnq; linn' n silver urns holding tall ar- Also at vantage point was a

with tall red tapers. ourlng exchanged. the Little Women's Club I huge pink and white. Christ- niiKpmtiUs; of silvered maiin- tall aluminum ChI'llItmltree '-
coffee at one end of the table ,I II i
Mrs. Lex and formal dance held Tuesday mas ball from which fell pink I oils. bouuhs. 1 graced with pink aivt white! I
was Green, nerving -
Christmas Party night. and white streamers. The Individual In we aunroom the i efreshtnent glittering ornamonts.
punch at the other end ;/
i In the foyer! A tall cedar ;: tables aroimj the : table covered with an Chaperoning the dance were ; I
wa :Mrs. W. A. Hogan. Silver For Slade Staff I YRCAMC1OR
trays held party sandwiches, tree encrusted: with snow and dance floor were covered In I II Imported white cutuoik cloth i the sponsors. Mrs! 11. O. Bol-
I decorated with pink Christmas white and centered! with candle was centered with a sweet linger and Mrs Robert Oreen,
sweet tarts dips nuts and of I
of Slade Gas
cake. Employees balls was standing before the I I holders decorated with pink ,. pink nylon net ChiUtmas tree and Mr. and Mm. Gene Shaw,,
Starke and their husbands and doors completely covered with 'i and nylon net. and holding topped with an angel. Twn Mr. and Mrs Ervtn Andrews

The in family red with room a backgroundof was decorated wives were honored! at an Friday annual silver foil. Three. revolving'I i I sprays of silver arrangement tiny B'tltbYtrjiii ativrU ,were'II'' Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns,
Christmas '
cedar. dinner on colored: lights In the ballroom Lighted white tapers lent further placed at the bft"'lInd flank- and Dr, and Mrs. A. J. Harry

Mrs.green John C. Greene, adult : evening. Dec.: IT, at 7:30: cart a soft !flow over the net charm to the setting.At Inn the arrangement were two |I, Santa CUiui was aim on han:! '
o'clock In Pecan Room of V
| the the rrlllna the the two of the silver candle holders ,with
choir ting. From corners to greet the couplos.
prenident. present to the Oarden Restaurant with 'ThB Gift That -

O. L.. Jarvis Minister of Music 1, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyeras
and Education and to Mrs. hosts. Birthday Party

Jarvis a white and gold cord- A lighted white styrofoam Doctors Hospital Keeps on Giving9

leas wall clock with matchingset tree centered the gift table. At Chitty Home l .a Staff EntertainedDr i

of wall sconces from the TIle U-shaped dining table '
Little Sandra Louise Chittywas
adult choir in appreciation of centerpieces of Christmas l honored at a lovely partyon ; B rP and Mrs. C. J. Houpt -_
his) work with the choir. greenery and red carnationsSmall her fourth birthday given! and Dr ant: Mr*. V. W. iI
During the evening, Mr. and I i
entertained the
exchanged Stilckland Jr.
gifts were Mr and Mra. :
:Mrs. James Crosby were hon I I during the evening! and bon- I by Randal parents F. Chitty, at their r'F' employees and staff of Doc-

ored 'with many lovely gifts for I, uses were awarded to the em home on Searing Street last tor's Hospital at a Chrtatrrw. I

their infant, son Tommy. : ployees. Thursday afternoon from three 1 ; party last Friday evening at a
Assisting in serving and carIng the Houpt horn on N. Wal
to 3.3O: o'clock f..
for the guests were the nut Street
social chairman ;Mrs. O. S.Newoomb. i l1ethodistVomen The little guests w --. greetd 'it Yuletide: decoration In artistic

Mrs. John Greene, at the door by SandraLouUe. ,
Have Class Party arrangement' wereuaed. i
and Mra. R. 1>. Tenly Sr. I who wore an A-hn.i 1 / throughout the Houpt home '

husbands wives and guests attended Sunday school class had a I with three small enVbroldnred r room table wa covered with

the holiday party. Chilstmaa luncheon! Tuesdayat | flowers on grew velvet stems, an Imported' white cutwork
I worn over "white leotards and
the home of their teacher. cloth and was centered! by a
Mrs. Reddish Mrs. A. N. HQUlda10n 8. ,, white blouse. beautiful ,white and gold
Party favors of hats blow.
Hostess To ChoirMrs. Water street. I ers end l balloon were. given ---.. .- '-- --- Christmas arrangement Mra i
An attractive Christmas Mitchell presided at the ...
motif was carried: out In the | each child by Hnmlra's brother I..C-tlo.e. (ntrr ten teur,: ,' ) ejoil..jre( ..uf,_ Big |pad ;Mans, I i silver toffee *vr ke. and Mr. ,
Drew Reddish entertained table! decorations with garlands -, Randy Chilty II t tw..afltig'l'MilpMliy"" plfture l d] at Hie lumiiitl I'ltrMmn" .pr'ty Monrrlef poured punch F
J. II '.
the primary choir ol f, of poinsettia around the I The highlight of the party and. dinner. at the Murk Oulf A CiMirilry: C'luli lii.l Meek. I Il I I from the silver punch bowl. I .

the First Methods Church, candle holders and cheruba! on was the arrival of Santa Claus, l-t row (II-r) John Mltnn, Jmiie U:J. Nuuiuler, |plant m..nngt rs' During the evening gift )I
with Mrs. Randy Oowen. director who remained throughout the I I 1M ""NITtIJ
the candles. Miniature calendar j and parsed. out little lCud..lph l Mink, ami lu Ihomton. tint row (l-r) :Mildred' Andererk. were exchanged and the hosts tat4.asSee. y.2'TT
: Wednesday afternoon party I i
of last week. I place cards marked the i wrapped l gifts to each rhUd llernlr ......k..n. .)ertu> Cntvtfnnl, Jessie Tlwm. \ .lo- : also prmented. the staff with I ,

rating arrangement for the suck- let fi., ., .. ('. ...... l.ouNunnan. Christmas gifts and bonune
The weiner roast and and large Christmas tree Nlewart. orulhy Judy 'tinning Mary
suppei !
eight members attending Also I ed SOLID STATE STEREO
and IColMMuter lark. .
Belly Hupp
held the Reddlati
party was at I
at the place! !nettings were en.The ..-
home on Searing Street after favors of Santa Claus, candles family room was decorated Andrews Home WITH PM-AM AND FM STEREO RADIO i From
for tha occasion' with i Fourteenth Annual Christmas
choir rehearsal. After luncheon the members balloon.hanging Party Truly I standout vsfuel' Even the mOlt discerning fumltur -
The croup player;! games and I exchanged gift ant: also presented large clu..n of and I I For Employees Of Big i Dad Company Scene Of PartyMr connoisseur will appr date the handsome Contemporary ->
the ceiling
received i favors of chocolau eV Mrs. Holllday with a from I cabinet Audlophlle*will thrill to the dramatla 95
Santa Clauses. I' the claxaI over the dining table The two : and Mr F.rvln Andrews 6-p.akr system.with stirring stereo smphail achieved) $
gift from The .160 employee of his Those receiving tenyearpine i
cake I DrugStore g
tiered birthday was centered Andrew.
enlei talned the of 15 oval duo-cone*. Up front
I Sr assisted through aide mounting
Mr O. L. llaynes on the dining room table Dad Manufacturing Co gathered -I' were Violet Bteaart." John II employee wives husbands two wide-angle exponential horn plus two SVa
In serving the Starke Oolf Jane are
A Five
at Mixon, and Koehn
whtrh was covered In a red I[ Mon.1day and date, at a Christ- twtr 24-wn peak power Solid Slat stereo mplk'' I5qr.
linen cloth A long chlldaUedtable Country Club at 1 p. m j year. pins were. presented" to maa arly last Hatiirilay: nUht tier I II unitized with a Solid State FM.AM tuner feature. ;;;;:

SEE St. Edwards ClassIs ) was at the other end of I for their/ annual C'hrtAtI, Idbel [)IomIJfM'Y. Eva OreenNettle at their home on Edward : tnabuuVtn& rlQ tei ompllte t llaUnlng pleasure.'
mas dinner and exchange of Prevail. Alta Mae Orlfn -
the family room, where the I Loop. .....
EntertainedThe I
"HINEIGHBOR" children were served birthcliiy gifts .. Ruby OrlffU. and Debris ,I Christmas decorations In

cake. Ire cream eunkta. .,..1 Following the turkey dinner. hUh and red. were r -
grade school Catechism I I ahadr of green. ..+..rn.rRz
Highlighted In the llv- Christmas carols were sung | Mr slreloff announcedthat Andrews
candy the
8t Edward's Catholic iiiwd throughout .
Claw' of the trsddlonsldeconfhl and P J Novak of the Ctiam- Ills Dad hs* completedIts Tlie ,
room was occasion
held their annualChristina. home for the
Church in the ParIAh (Trlstmsa) tree i I I: her of Commnrr. sltomed' the I|j fourteenth year of operation refreshment. table! w*.. covered
WITH 1 party Abating In serving the color film on llradford Coun-t' 1 In Htarte and that IBfllwa "! rulwork cloth
Lut Saturday morning with a white
Hall; little guests were Mrs K': D.I, ty a very good year The of holly
the party were the and, held a garland
JIM WATSON Directing Tenly Sr.. Mr Honny Tenly. I After leaving the club the:, plant ran the entire year 'without I .Ith and
two teaching *l trr<< and RevThoma Intf-raperM-d green
Mrs Charles Sawyer.nd Mrs roup returned: to the Dig I>a4 a uriutdiwn. manager
KellY. Santa CUu I red eatr'IrsAs !
And OnDecember *
V W. Strickland Jr plant where rifts "were exchanged James Haiinders said I
arrived they
was present to greet the children i and IIf'rvkpin..* were For the holiday. the plant the guenu 4-SPEED
27 and handed ot candy I were nerved. punch from a
awarded by U 8. closed" Wednesday afternoonand
bat*. Refreshment were served Nurses EntertainFor I 8ketof.i j jI table covered with a red linen PHONOf ,
president of the company will reopen Monday CEOH
Hear Special Cut; from a table which carriedout :Mra. \VilJiamsI I cloth and centered with a TI'
the holiday motif ,, punch bowl sitting In a brd of

4Geo. T. Huggins Mm Hoe Williams whose ': Quarterback Club Honors TornadoesAt holly
attending ex
The guests
Madison Street i i marriage to Raleigh A. Ilrsn- flaw ww
Bradford CountyAgricultural nen will bo an event of Monday -I Annual Banquet Thursday' Night I, GA's Have PartyThe ,
I rooming Dee 27 .t 10:n i hour
Agent a m was honored at a lovely The annual Football Banquet 'lewler" by the Quarterbackflub Mnomy-prie4 4.*p*.
Madison Street Baptist bridal shower T4ur.tsy. Dec I!'J 1 'ponore by the tjar1 banquet Mln..rer.. .. of the learn rugged plsstta cabinet 1r Mw.ns,,'.w wwana s we.tu4
6:45: A.M Church t 14. from two", to three In the terback: Club was held 1 last Mrmbers of the football]) were alto" awarded Jacket .
/ held a ChrUtmaa partyMonday afternnnn given by the nurses Thursday e.rnlna-. in the Knn teem receiving these gift Joseph D Warren presidentof .arse

afternoon given by In the 3 P m. to II p.m. shift 1' ,ted Men's! Club at Camp were K4dle: 1))111111. ....'h.' : Qiurterbork Club 1nlr.- f

on their counselor. Mrs David The party WM held kt thenurwn handing It was the larNtand Ppenaler Steve Tilley. John rtueed the, sneaker Couch Dave Universal stylus t suitable lot ., \a ,

Lawson, and held M at L the Lawson homeof dining mum" where, the meat sucrrsaful event. of "radl.." Hutch R4'It 1111II. I>n- Fiilfrr of the! Unlvernlty of 'ecord.l.: $19.95 J New glsrs-proof' MCA HI UTt COLOK TUS\ *}
and Mrs.
POWERFULCHANNEL Mr t.ble... rrnvar.d with anhelrkvxn tu kind In the team's history aid Fairon: o-.IIIht! Elder Florida. and aliio, pre.rnl'dCVxwh .
The Lawson home was ..at! white linen and satin I celebrating .. It did. the Tor- 'I Calvin V.r""'.. Dounta* Con I, Dare llursff who In with rue.stthphosphrs .fr
decorated In the holldiy motif (N Jew e 25.OC>>volt New Vista. Color Cht,.\
nsdoes' A State Cham- Agner. Jimmy
cloth centered by a Madonna' Cats i ner. Mickey turn Introduced. the other
12 Games were played dur- SolM Christmas arrangement. This plonihl?; nUckshear. and Die hardOrews coaches and their wires New Vita VHF tuner,
hwr the party hours and the Mlnliture football player, Senior Cheerleader. '- tuner f i
was flanked. by tail rryntal re A delicIous roast beet dinner -
WFGATVJACKSONVILLE group exchanged' sag clfu. and slyer candle hotriers 'with i i with the name and number {I relying charms were. Cathy wa enjoyed by the 250 err RCA Automatic Color Purifier *...

and collected for the LotUe burning white tapers. Mrs. I of each member of the vanity Hitchcock.! : Joan William. people atterxlln and a huue/ I : : :: magnetism that may **'u**) color tmP't

Moon Christina offering Margaret Wonrin. prwb1 at i, team nerved. a* place card, for MarUn Often. and Martha elaborately decorated cake _i____ title. In the plctur. J .From' ,

1 the crystal punrh bowl. U e player Junior Varaltf BrJlllnarl"T honoring the Tornadoe*. war .T.pe....r'.Gown Threat''(

Members of the hospital : players had place cards of Members of the Varsity and also cut and served after the 1M sauna '. w vs $349.9-5

n*rains; staff were Invited football player. with the : Junior Varsity. fiotball team banquet ensygsat .

WIN A PILE cu-lL I name and: number of each. their coaches snd wive, th. The Quarterbax-k Club function winfAPH ,#.
Little pixie. doU.. with ref Vault and Junior Vanity yes. 'round by operating

Mrs. Houpt Fetes t I hair \bows: and holding! tiny Cheerleader and their 8V<.n.1'' th* .refreshment stand at food- CARTRIDQe RECORDERs C>> tilt Men TJtUJIO liMit _

i red megaphone. marked the sore the high srhool principal i ball and basketball came and >

KOCH CASH POT Classlcmbers place for the Varsity and Mslstant. principal and Junior" br' .selling membership In the > Corns cornpletswith, Up* cart/Wj m..(> r .

I Junior! Vanity. Cheerleader* high principal and their wives. club A fish fry was also held crophon and acc"lOI1 cables r.

: ft' ....aJot. .. Mum, N.IAtag M ,..,..... !/e Mrs. C J Houpt. tare a. The Quarterback Club rer- member of the Brhnol Ward this year. a* a moneymakingevent '. Tm-Mv1ng! fast forward control .
Christina party Tuesday ocntee tt.. senior members of and revreaentatlve of the : .. r..ww
sharps (. U.s.: OM galiM. J4 C.rwaL and plan are now' tr- Too recordi"/plo1taclup..s. r A
Park. Week ee. n..verrnl Tlm* a fray afternoon at her home on N' the vanity. team with a rift pre**. and radio! were gueats of Inc/ mad for the AH-Hport $4 ).95

taut 04 Tev FREE: "CayUl r.4- TkaeCLast Walnut Street for her twelve each year This years memento t the Quarterback Club on this Banourt to bot held In the VU recotdl".lev.' roster

WinnerUnclaimed year-old girl Hunday School was a key chain with the occasion spring AI this time, boy who Usg 4' *p* kr for MUr t town]
Weeks clone of the First Baptist niLH lntgnia on front. end School color were carried participate In baaketbatl.

Church.: i with the back Inscribed w.lth :( out in the deeoralions on the track t..wbfall..nd! golf are We Finance Our Own Accounts

The holiday. motif was carried the wording "State Champs tables, with a lovely. centerpiece honored This year for the
Cash Pot Now $$50.00 out in party decoration the date, and Initials of each done In red and white first tl/ne. boy who letter In

The girls exchanged: gifts player flowers. to resemble a football any of thee sport will b* :

Quality. *..r. art gwamsy reeseltpts..4 and. after refreshments, went sterling silver megaphone; on the heat labia Present l a jacket by the Winkler Electric Inc.

at >KOCirS DRfGH. ...... Tsar >ext Kx to the Stark Nursing Home charnM. Inacrlbed with UK* Fa'rh boy who>> lettered In Cfwrtrrbaek Club
= c J'1IIe4 In earrr' sifts in the paU<'*nla. same ortMiwr.' !! and with the football rer-etves a ,laeket from ,

-r i initials of each */irl were presented the Quarterback Club and !''iI.11.2." .. the

at KOCH'S-Free Delivery flat). X"'e s.fc IZJ at the! to the Senior Cbeer- these were presented at the FUU ,......... X2t al 2.11 North T.mpl.n., Thane 961-0(131$ 1


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P"'IE Fot11t nnADFrmn rommr 1T.t.p.nRArR. HTARKH.! ".nRmA

Awarding PrizesIs such time as It U felt that By Gainesville SunHiirsc

ic:_ their behavior can be satis-

---- Ilegal In factory. Working together, all I

of us. parents, pupils. and the
Game Of Skill Is Named
I :
; administrative offices, we can

Florida Attorney Ceneral have a very fine transportation -

; Earl!: Falrcloth has given an record In our county.

F.I! opinion that games of skill In With such Incident l as those

which prizes are awarded are Involving misbehavior 01the Coach Oi YearCoach

illegal. school bus. the use of profane ,

The opinion if upheld would, and ugly language. Insulting :

have the effect of outlawing and Insinuating remarks to i I David Hurse Bradford (.

__ midway gam
musement parks and beach and forth horse-play and I'', named, the Gainesville Sun's

boardwalks If they so much as fighting It should be noted:! I Coach of the Year after leading : -

offer a ,teddy bear to the man that these actions are not j : his team to the 1965 Clast

who can pop a balloon wlta A tolerated and we have no Intention i A championship and a perfect Ii"I

dart. of tolerating such actions -I 12-0 record. "

Faircloth's ruling was in on our school buses. We Write the Sun's assistant 2''I'

answer to questions by Hills- appreciate your Interest In this '! spoils editor; Nis Nissan:

borough County State Atty. manner as parents and we assure Bradford County High I

Paul Antlnorl. Last February you that we will continue'' School conquered everything in

Antlnoil and Hillsborough to do aIIthat we can to pro- |:| IU path thus past football sea 'I

Sheriff Malcolm Beach ordered vide a safe means of tram- I I I son. running up a perfect 12-C

I games of skill at the. FlorIda porting: your youngsters bothto ,I record and winning the state Hurse!

State Fair' in Tampa clos and from school. I Class A championship. victory.

ed. Antlnorl deemed them i And the Tornadoes did I.I i Ilwith ; Jesse Heard who guided

I gambling establishments. I I Cage Tourney no player heavier than Lincoln to a 7.2 record. Big
The attorney general's! opinIon I 192 pounds and with injurieshobbling Nine North title and state co-

j gives law enforcement ofi i' Next Week I key players throughout championship." !

: lireis all over the stats authority j, the season. Sammy Miller who led

-- .---- .'- n ... .._____.. to do the same. I : Coach David Hurse was the \Villiston to a surprising 8.1.1
'- ._n-- --- -- ----- In GainesvilleBradford
17- Jr..rlll.. J\u:\ 4I\\ .I'.mT ; Faircloth said a player not I I man at the Starke controls

The 1965 Tornadoes' six most outstanding:: .l'crs pose after hack )Donald) Falcon, most valuable award, and Mickey! Agner and i!I only pays for the opportunity High basketballers I and today receives recognitionas I record.Archie Blankston. who pulled *

Dwight) Elder most outstanding backs.Trophies [ to play such a. game, but "also the Sun's Coach of the Yearin I
Newberry out of the doldrums
the annual I grid banquet last Thursday with all the hardware they I will take their 3-2 record intoa
Florida Times Union-Journal conference bets or wagers such monetary the
on the table are Christmas Tournament with area. to a 6-3-1 record and
won for becoming conference, region/ and state champions. Left trophy, the state Class A championship trophy, the Florida \ consideration against the"prize; Gainesville HUrh. Jacksonville (}(her Top ('oauhe's. Suwanee Valley Conference

I to right are Captain Butch Redding, sportsmanship award; Eddie Star Conference Trophy, and the trophy far winning the region offered by the operator. Forest and Sanford next Outstanding conches were championship.

Douglas and Steve Tille, most outstanding! linemen; quarter. grid title. I "A merchant conducts when he a Tuesday and Wednesday December t plentiful in the 18-team area Exported Good Year
: gambling operation 28 and 29. I this past season, with special "We expected a good year,"
sella good. for their market mention going' to the following Hurse said when Informed of
S BHS Honored At value and by way of Induce. The Tornadoes will cake on six: fln
I Gyleaders: \ Banquet I the award. "You never expectto
S Champion ment give the purchaser a tough Jacksonville Forest Inthe I Jim Niblack who led be state champion but we
chance," he said to the opinion. opener at the Oalnesvllla
Gainesville to an 8-1-1 record knew we had a good team. We
Faircloth also said a Florida High gym at 7 p. m. Tuesday. I
; Pratee: and honors; were heaped coaches also had to be, "the I Elder were named moat out. and center Eddie Stancil. a community get no excited statute which lists games of OIlS and Sanford will competeat and No. 2 spot in the state poll. thought the worse we wouldbe fl'I

S on the 1063: Class A state finest" Fuller added. Ho commented standing 'b cks. Quarterback. Reese, he says, should be the about a sport." skUl- and sets standards for 8:30.: : There will :>e a consolation Doyle McCall, who guided would be 8-2 and with a

champion Tornado grid quad that coachos play an Donald Falcon, backbone of top In the state next season The coach said the 1965 their operation does not con as well as a championship Chiefland to a 10-1 recard anda little luck we could go all the

I by'guest spc k6r'Dave FullerS Important part In the HUCCCBH I the 1965 grid squad, receiveda and Stancil filled In excellently squad had the
and BHS" coaches last Thursday of, any football team and mu t spcqlal..$Io0t/ Valuable' award. when Captain Butch Redding cipline he had ever seen in any is offered. night. Charlie Roberts, who led I Hurse built his powerhouse 'I"I

: at the Quarterback Club's bo 'dedicated to the program I Tillcy led all Tornadoes in was injured despite! his small group of boys. They had confidence prize A law dealing with public Forest rated one of the top Santa Fe to a 9-2 mark, third I' around speed. perception and

S annual football banquet. I just 03 the players to make tackles, and was a sharp blocking In their physical ability fairs and expositions sets Class AA team in the state. straight Keystone Conference deft precision. His backfield
size.Coach requirements -
"A champion ays gives anything. of it. I' 163 pound guard' ;' l>ougloti Hurse said both' boysare although they were smaller for such games as is top needed in the tourney championship and Potato BowlUrlldfnrd' consisted of four mighty-mites "I'I

S 100 per cent when: he has the Fuller aUo: congratulated caught 11 touchdown pasties "entirely deserving, and I than their opponents.' He congratulated the> ring bottle balloon dart, with OHS second.! OHS Is weighing in at ISO. 165 168

: opportunity; youfellows had the community for its support and, was outstanding defensively did them an Injustice ''by forgetting his team on an "all African dip. cat rack, clown Class AA while Starke and and! 172 pounds. And he hud a

S ,the opportunity"',!nd you made of ,the BIUB.d. He encouraged ; Agner was the to mention at the out effort." pop-em-in- hucka buck kegs, Sanford are Class A schools. I pair of 163-pound:) guards.

: the most of it," Fuller University -: tho fa/as among the< 2\0"lt! the teams' liardont. runner and a banquet" He ,told the player. they shooting galleries and fishing Forest has already beaten Injuries struck five starters

a of :Florida freshman I banquet 'at the Enlisted Men's tiger on defense. at linebacker, Varnes was the second could: do most 'anything In life pole tricks. OHS once this season and two top reserves at one

S footbaU and 'head baseball I Club In Camp Blanding ,to con. and Elder was the loading strongest on the squad and they want to 4f they use the time or another during the v.

: coach told the Tornadoes. Devotion i tinue the' ,type of support they rusher wth: almost a 1,000 can lift 10 times his weight; same selt-dl clpllne, dedication __.__ Sunday One Of ',. season! to hinder the Tornadoes' \\

S ;to the program, the have shown.A yaidn In tho 10 regular games. only Agner can lift more. The and have the same confidence; 1HS-J.meifrii: chances,

: finest leadership, and pride in l're-Heason grid poll the Falcon, called by Coach senior ,back held down a defensive 'they did In themselves duringthe Wettest On RecordOne I..Mt Jilartrlmrk 0'C'

self, home, school, community, Litkenhous ratings, ranked the Huruo( the moat outstanding cornerback post very past season. V aWiJ" # : I Another severe blow wm,

: ''chuich and 'the football team Tprnadocs the No. 1 Class A quarterback! he ever couched, ably. (Uodwln Tomllnson 'both of the wettest Sundays the Ions of backup quarterback P'O'

are major1/' "qualities' which grid team in the state. and lot tho Toinadoes in scoring juniors; Mayton the Ion sophomore 495. on record wa experienced in Larry Connell, who moved at !

: make champions,' Fuller said. I "really put a park under us," I with 00 points,' passed for over starter, and senior John Butty. Sprow's Bradford County on Dec 19 9'I mld-neuMon. Connell also wns \OJ
Team W
tttandlngs: U & ,
S "Pride Is the thing we look i Coach Hume said. 1,300,: 'yards, l'an for 500 Spengler made a very effective ,, I when the Highland tower reporter a starter at defensive' safety
30-22 Murrhee
for in recruiting prospective "It 'convinced the players more and was the tcaiu'H boat tackle combination as : Carp's ; !! 2.7 Inches of rain New and was the only quarterback M I
30-22 Williams :27-23 Saf-
: Gators. All a 'person with pride they were state champions and, deienslve .taick.: they split up the offense andlcfen.se. ; ; River 2:30: Inches: and Santa Hume had to plllY: behind in- a<
Oils. 24-28 LaRuo 23-29 TV -
needs!) is the opportunity to If you >bcllevc something inaddition to these Htal'lI.Oou.eh < Joyner wag a sharp > ; ; : Fe 1 90. The measuring ttta jury-prona Donald Falcon. """I:

: put or. a uniform and ho can enough, then nothing can stop HUVMO( also hivipt blocking ,back and hard runner ,2229LarHen's\ \; : U'a37 I tlon at Camp Blnndlng record- Halfback I wlgV' Elder who at:

make ''it." Fuller 'continued. you," Hurse told hiM squad. praise on nuwiy players who and wns real! tough defensively M.COMMERCIAL\; : LKAOUK.: e.1 2.02 inches for the same played quarterback a* a sophmor n.li:

: The UF grid coach:"said he Major awards I were present he said Improved' Immensely II ; ha< ''Played 48 minutes ,, the dnte.i > was pressed into a..n-Ice liK
Camp Blanding regained
S aw the Tornadoes play I'a- ed to five players Tornado sine! e 1U64 and ,therefore Rave, every bullgiiine but was i The total average rainfall at his old po ith>n late In theMuAHon
lead In the Men's Commercial
S latka and 'Wauch la in the coaches considered the most: the, Toinadoett\ their chance at one of the<, most unpublicized | tot the week ending Monday when Falcon was hum v.

: atate championship game.: He outstanding. Two linemen and tholr pei-feet 12-() record He pluyern. iudersoii developedInto League this week stopping. "I'i was 4,38 inches. Highland l 1M p -red with .injuries. III'
Cern 4-0. In recent weeks we have
Jewelry George .
a said Coach' J-IUllUr3 emphuala. ,t.wo..back ..recelve1.IWlt putstanding" num<;dhalfbackv Calvin Viirneitacklei a !line .receiver ami Bpe.cliilled .- .Wiln k IIII', wiUi,, a 556 .series set had .a rash of Incidents on the I, the county with a total of This Is !.be finest group of IIIII
; on welghts.'somvtrlca} and"phy awards] :!Deoaiisa the Jim, Godwin, Ronnie'Tomllnmm in catching the long 5.40 inches for the weekNewI boys I have ever had," HUTM :

steal fitness '"..ave you an coaches found' It ImpoHMlbla) ) to i, and John Spongier; I bombs and unuggcil quite a J.the Clark.puce with for Blanding.507, was while high school Junior buses High School.which serve For" the the Ttlver had) 39O and Santa Fe said And I'm certainly proud. IIC,

: edge on jnd&t! teams narrow It down to ,the uuual. 'Jialfbatk Randy Joyinur, end few. I 380.No to have been chosen for this
I Hem. most there incidents
for part have I
.s "You did not Uiiive'. the sIze one. Sandy SILndc 'lfun, guard Hogcr Hurso said ha; never had a wouda tires were report. award. t/I/l
Stark Motor Parts been
remained of a minor nature but I
of most of ,YouI' opponents LInebncker-guiird Steve Tll- I Clillaon, and( tackle Andy complaint from a parent despite ed during the weekDamages -I thing this team had all Ir
in a second place tie by three of them have resultedIn I
: but you were i 1I.t rally strong-, ley and end Eddie Douglas :Mayton. the fart that quite a, Telephone I :-; I the ingredients of being a f'In
stopping Independent physical damage not only I
S er and quicker than other Were named theTnost oittstand But -Hume left out two few waited until dark for their Paid a'4, r champion from the start and '
i Co., 31. Bill Lovell witha i the pupils involved but also ;
: teams," Fuller said.a ilng/ Hnomen. 'FuUnavlc Mlrkey"Agner players he. stjy. were among sons ''to finish practice. He the boys worked awfully hard."
573 set, led SMP, and JoeFuulk's to the school buses. In canes ,
Leadership 'firm :Tornado ; and halfback: DwlRht,;: the Improved" ''eji<4 Joey Reese also said he had "never seen 480( set the pace for where the damage to school I Suit Dismissed ", Mead. Praises. .\I..C- at G,

Hurse also praised! his live.aal..tanta
ITU. property Is concerned It has i Torn.ido. Datld) I llurse I ,
: Lose To Macclenny fighting however as Steve Faulkner' Sinclair knocked been a School Board policy 'i The Telegraph regrets that. 'directs I his .xtnr. quarter. Sexton. Chit Tony k MMMJIX.Griffith Warnle Mike .

.. Baker hit three baskets In the Terwlllfgar out of first place that the Individual responsible -|' an article In last week's issue hack Donald) "Falcon during Adklnsun and Tommy 5'
luit thiee minutes. A long basket with a 4.0 romping. V. Pen- for the damage I., also responsible -I llIrke'... 2S-R:
the erroneous impression : romp over
gave "I
saying think we have
59-47 by Falcon and a long oso'a 562 series was high for for replacing the i I that a suit brought by Lester' touch I'alttka I hi- p.itea ; the finest coni-hing' staff in the b.bi b.a 3.Is.

i Cagers Stop Jackets jumper; by Buker\ cut the leadto Faulkner, while Clyda Terwll- Items that were damaged Crews local druggist, against < on. Cnarh Hurse has ttc of Florida." bbl,

I six points, 48-43, but Tor- legar led his team with a 540. I which in moAt caws means!! I the City of SUrke was dlmnl- been named the (J.iinesllle HurM took over the head
undo fouls cut the gain. Clay Electric behind C. Santo paying for the cost in if placing -I HmJ for lack of merit. si,
1 did not regain Its the Starke I Suns "CiMch of the coaching job four years ago/
BUS poisei stopped
Jnycecs the Items
The In dismissed
| suit fact was and has. fashion consecutive.
In First Conference Game i until Baker got hot In the 3 points to 1. Santo rolled a The major problem however Year .
by Judge Murphrru after records of *-&, 6... 8-1-1 and
.. ,I final minutes. The tall senior 533 for the Co-op. while J. L, not replacln? broken settlement' In which the ilk squitd potted. a perfect 120. His 19C3 team closed out
-- scored two baskets with less Williams had a 473 for the windows 12-0
C torn-up (seats or ilty's insurance company( (pnid record and wor its season with a tremendous J

Coach, Warney Adklnson'S 'than two minutes! left. losers. i other Items which are occasIonally Mr. Clews' claim of $(.21 in the Mate ("la./
II I' cagers* won llhstr. Initial TierI I l'iTITIS'rrCSMacclcnny' Jim Drummett rollnl a 601 destroy : or damaged d..lm g.s. pionship.. i ,'hula for the state title.The w.
a game set to lead Starke Lanes in a on school btiiei. Instead: the In bill: of WI
daar1C'onfei'encegamc' Saturday his com. !ininl'
U ro FT pts.McLeod. r 3-1 victory over Draw-Tit Co. real
problem la that of the '
I by whlpjiin} 3t Augustine I Crews alleged' hut on Oct. >
P. 339 Walt Koby set. the pace for I pupils conduct while In tran. I
S S 119'411n lost electric current a.-)
road for supplied
CSI their third win. game | Baker 5 0 10 I l raw-Tlte with 1. 529 set. sit between the home and the by Starke's municipal power City Council Places Moratorium hI.
S StandIngs 41-23:
McLeod W. 5 6 18 : Standing ; school.It II
C C TO Volt and )
bas- to
the Fighting Tornado plant ffroppnl
S. Lct1Lr11 Falcon :2 I 1 5 SMI'. 40-2t, Terwlllegar, 40-24; I Is very difficult for the l
ketballers lost their second that as a result. an airconditioner -
: I
C S White 1 0 2 Gem. 33-29: Faulkner 33-31; school bus driver to AnA
I five I IS assume his store On New
of starts to powerful Class 31.33 Klectrtc In was d.imagc Hiring City EmployeesA
C B Macclenny 55-46 l list Friday Red.jl.sh:: ) 124 I ; Clay responsibility for a child's actions I. the extent of 1821 Idda
C. 30-34 ITC 28-33 Draw-Tlt
AkrldKO 000 i ; while the bus li In
C nlvht on their' home court.however. mo-1 Crews was rrprennte by
I ,. : The Tornadoes dropped Totals. 17 12 46 23-29; Stiirke Lanes 19-43. tlon. In fact this cannot be attorney II. V. Knight.Tabernacle moratorium hat been lleles .
There will be no bowling on '
.5 St. Augustine game done. We encourage our drivers raced' a-.1'
en hlrtni !
nw: City rm- ,
S an eight point period December 28.Blanding. uve) IS expected torovt.t
S C McLeod. P. 5 3 13 to be safe and conduct rl iv, 's at : ut until the '" .'
lead,:! and th? Wildcats tied penMan t : :!' a meant for the operation
S.5 S It Up 32-3l'wlth: 4:31: left tn'' Baker 1 1 3 their! driving In such a man. and pay study Frx eJ: of the city to be carriedon -01
MoLood. W 12: 8 23 ner as to deliver chlldien Is Transferred .
Game our
by Miyor Randal hai
U C th* third' period"and then Chltty with fewer' employees ant
S. ; Crosby 000 to !school safety and on the teen an
forced ahead. : complete: to outline a chain
S I To New OwnerJ command .
S Wayne_ McLeod* dumped In' ; Falcon 044 Bag Is LegalA return trip home In the same Th' city: council agreed to tor: more efficient. operation. .5'
S White 204 manner. ov
C 32 points Saturday to boostS T Qulxley announce the the moratorium. also sungestedby Mayor Chltty maintains the
1 1 3
the;local* over ((3t.. AugUAtlne. IHe I Reddish spokesman for the Game ThU Iraves very little time trsncfer of the Fundnmrntnl'' Mayor Chltty. Tuesday workload of operating the city
Totals 21 17 59 Ian
S for the bus driver to be look-
i Chairman Carl Hurst
Is the leadinq BI13. scorer I & Fish Commission said yes Gospel Tabernacle to Calvary has not Increased since: 1 1941 ,
SS with a 188 average} to dateand1 terday that some 1.349 mostly lint In the mirror. turning Bartist :Mission of Jackson pol'<*d each member' of the ret the city has seven. more an.
S around In the seat and other- council anvi all arreed: with by
is-hlttlnqr 84 per cent of unsuccessful hunters gunned ville. RevS R. H Butler pnv'tor. employees and U iprndln
SI BOWLING III'Lee arcing the children to, amc! t no discussion I
his shots. Wayne's' brother, a grand total of only two deeron effective Dec. IS. mare mon-y to do the same O
themselves In
Paul. a Sophomorewas: second NEWS the Wending game reserve! conduct a proper Mr. and M.... Quigley\ have Ch-I-msn Ctrl Hur( "t took Job. aft

SS high with 13 point and ;ed I during t.h\ week of December13th manner. sponsored the Tabernacle work Immediate action and ape
Therefore. It Is led }.oH
: the rebounding with 16. thrdugh. the 19th. Tha the school authorities.sau: by I knee April 11, 1933 when It' onlnted: a ccmnUttee to lnv*.- Rites Set Friday \

Paul I is the team's leading spokesman also reported that especially began as a Mission over their Uaate. hiring< a firm to carryOut
THURSDAY NIOItTDOTBLES here In the Junior High tha
= rebounder i foe'\: the five games the same number of would-b place of buatne.ui! on Call the p'\iltUu mtricatlon! Mr. SwindellAt
l\IIXF.U School, that school bus behav. tel
'with a total of 63. hunters claimed only four Street. Ljkter, html was por-" .nl pay sue ey suggested by First
lor Is the sole responsibility of, Baptist
Coach'AdMn.ion's chargeswere ..;:) ''i" Week of Pecember 9: turkeys one hog. 118 quail. 22 ; d",1M'd", and buikltnjrs erected th- mayor at the board pre- "eol
the child when he rides the
IS a down three"points,' lS-12. ""; ':],i."'"" DAW Auto Supply remained cat squirrels, the fox squirrels bus. If his behavior is of such I on the corner of Cherry' ami v'.nu meeting on December 7 ),fn. N1U M ftwiiKtolt. 4 S at the end of the firm I : I Madison Streets. its present" Th conrntttee includes:! the
S period! in first place after taking/ and four doves' during disci-1 died' Tue", lsv night at hw -Ict.
that U
Erar 1' Y- "1 "51. nature requires location where,, services' have M* Ruby Johns and
SS 'Augustine.: four point from Ke'IItoneSat..a. the same period. mayer home m Stark. after s sudtl nIFnwi lea.
through the Junior HllthOffk't'
... They led the Jackets 27-25 at ,.J. ... Joyce Barton rolled a Blending t gate records show pllne been held regularly throughthe C"c'm..tm..n! Jimmy McRa: She was a member of koo

a S isU half time\ ; lift-aver. ,', ifnd hid:a I 573 series for the winners. a total of 16.438 hopeful we try to handle It In years. :Mayor. Chltt Indicate: the FIrM Baptist. Church of

..1. even point margin, 43-39 at I IS \\ rtrj\ while Pat Bradley' had a hlll"hot hunters have braved the wilds a manner which In is tulubie the' to I Many' prominent Bible te.tchers. ur-'ay nUhl, that pr'OC'reBSI' Stark. iiis'

S the end of ths third period.Aklnson I 490) for Keystone.Also i, of the game: reserve and eachother's the Incident which pupil nan- preachers and mtMion- beta" m".., on finding a'', Born In Oorft on' Jan 32. .
is Involved. If cannot -
praised hls< "Hqiuid I taking four points was bullets to claim a total we arise have been heard. at the ft:m to mak' the survey 1919 Mrs SW1,..,... had. lvi! PSIS
: for hitting; 48 tfer1 cent of theirS die the problem ouraelf. me| Tabernacle which was also The mayor' also siie'estedIf In the Rtsrke
-- '--- Carp's opposed by LaRu Insurance. as of December 19. of 156 in ra for tie .
shots from the field against -- deer. ask for the parents help | the home of the famous paintIng 'P'sI tt In. necessary to cutdown past 23 .
Hradford's' ; putting them in second 116 turkeys 61 hogs ymrm.tnrtHnr
: the Jackets. It was their bestS ( Stete Ibiker goes! for a I lonjr Juniperagainst place. George Grant's MIseries \: 1.107 quail 1.032 rat squirrels! reaching a conclusion ) "The Fe*_t of Belnnair. on. tlw' number of dUO l is I..r. huobandJimmlo u.

", effort of th, young !eason. he I : Mac-cleriny\ last Friday night in the loc.-alll'R1. was high for Carps, and M fox squirrels. arid 131 doves will stop the mIsbehavior | ." .until tt" destruction by rmy'e'ees 9* a result of Uvurv ,SwhvJ" ..l of Stark .0.

:; !, raid. They. also hit b3 per cent I lie scored 10 point to' pace the Tornadoes in the .second 1 Earl Hayners 493 topped I*. since opening day. I while school bus.the pupil U on the< Are on July 3O. 1
C''' : of their free throws I half of their 55-46;) defeat. Baker bucketed two Rue's. I The low deer yield for the I Ip ( The museum at the rear of boo) hired .'''Ma man retires on* heather, Oiicar. M e. 4)..

: 1 steve Portel'fI.ld'polll't'Q In I baskets! in the last two minutes as the Tornadoes Rudolph Hutoheswm. rolled *.t week was attributed totht' !! In a few eases It has. w.n the Tabernacle btiikttnir will jr quits In that manner' no G.. of Ore..nrlH.. Texas, ant

27 big points last Fridny" to I fought to the \\ Ire. j 341 series for Williams Jewelry. number of hunters ,who I noted that some parrnM are be retained by Mr Quurley for etnr4ojrex would be laid off two gtS4rhlIdt.en.Funeral a'a'
: lead Macclenny over thc Tornadoes. -I ___ I helping to take three "I I have visited the came' )reserve |I II not willing to accept the ft- the prevent The "O'a""U Included' powr I serrteea will' be hellat

'The ,WIMcat ace had TV Service Center' RillBrown's and to the suspected' fact that :!, spontlbllity of their chlWreiVsactions l Lent em'-'U"''e-s In ittf mora- 2 pm. Friday In Hop
hairtime The Tornadoes(\ fellupurt '] the freeze Foule4 twice by I I while they me In .- !turn When ct Merrill: '
S from Lee hand: who the surviving has taken I BaptIst: Churr-h Thr*
help I 497 was high' for TV frame : * : oanJc, 11 'polrtts. mostly byneaklnV I and scored only four'I 111 IS. Pul-terfleld Rot two free : Murrhe Insur I refine! deep within swampy I transit on the public means of THE: RIGhT rOIVT f.r tla *Vic| ,M.. p-otnt"4 out th power' Rev Merl. Packham of flc,..1Inr -
polnu In th.thLt'd period I throws and a driving IIY"IP Opposed by transportation provided by thei ... -. the. city
.1 f p ardiind behljid. the! .anee. ar.ton's. Trailer Sales areas ,> way je I write. Conn] In flnt U fl'\ run br Interment" win be in I : for underhanded Uyuiw! while Mucclenny scoied( 13 to I to put. Marrlenny ahead to I i School Board In rare. USf'S It se ert year fanrlt. CSTEBBROOX : !: bond: trustees, the council de1 churdi cemetery. under dire
goal : took three points with John -
2 go ahead 40-34 | with left In ha>.4 ben necessary for chlldru .. I elated th policy Is city wide
1 mk'I "aolffmidway: the polnu. 46-36. 3:40: F *Un> re.. TEll ton of DrWrit C Jones KU.
t l1f'n' rolling 1111.1:" of 37H I'I.ntle- NotebookTCLECRArll.. .. 't'!. .'lttu"'
1f1.Jjoa.uj MJ4a-'clenn: I Imu.rge With? six mlmitei end! l<.-.\.l- 1.\ to bit! envltrl frutn OIUr. and aaki. Uv bond truslera,, ,,iwwl fI_,
con4 .
I |11.11" IIl&mi' MVIIOS for !Miuih was
k .ve-i"( by rurie11llua. 1nt"'n.JS'th1r.t.t1U': .: unn Tlw TunwJoett didn't quit Jr!_ ridIng the school l but: until wlU abide by all city-wide po-

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[ u.a..uauuuu.uaCglt'RCII ACTIVITIES t. ; ,

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Grace: .d. J.Jt.: .lU"C: '
hoot 9.45: a.m, >.oa.., t_ ,, I
1. uia i ,wO p-i., Al.K1 t.ed- SjO o -- j
liMa. ;iy 8 p.m. Krn.: ot Barley: oaES M 1
lHtorKl. 8 GLOSb 16th .-_
)- t Baptist: Sunday School ZStb -

a.m. .Worship. 11 .a.m... and.. I t '( t I Jo I I --
u i pain. !.rata ..ia' u to. .. i L -
m .
Ya.toua' raee.wga oeju.at .--
t Ii p.m. and foHoeU J Jl -
:pr l.1yer .". ..u..L i ::N.pa SAVEgr ,.
\.axuietaay, Uuar.wJ: ; Nancy y -- I
> .w
ttlur.u.h" u: Cod.: Su-ida} --
a m.. Yvorshlp 11 u. SS .ewe, ,
J IIi1 and < pin, Y 4.e: i pan muert i aiea raaIt I -
t ,', : .-
t ..:g1I11oJ; C.pU: Sund.ly '..rg1v'
, 'oWl ";.-> t..II1., "'W'Jhl; ? li I Im -,
i and 1 p.m.. Prayer: !rdiiL4uiiy -;i --
f ,Uo' f 1 I'm. CliOir
,.....t."" Saturday 7 p.in. C L.I I .=::::2r
h yicr, Pastor i
.Mr Ma We.U: receIved a
r' ill: Idling her that hu sister I "ht :ac SS r rte, REGULAR S/49<
t 'r.. L.lnd GiIC U.J t had been
,, J'lou..ly Injuicd in an auto- R 7 Canned Drinks
'i eSatalcTtaokTo G9': FwG9oar'll V
ytTafacl (
nobilo' wreck Sunday and ..1 I ; tt
n the hospital In Brunswick; I j' t fas 15 1.REGULAR ""
eats. wiaiiea of her triondi.ere. I to .........- -
r 67, r I
Mrs. Joyce Futch and MliMary .. DEEP SOUTH Reg. 59' ALUMINUMAlcoa '

: Jul.a K'ulth' spent the i ALL Foil .
I White or Blue
Iut part of this week with)'
:'>Ir. and 'Alra' Ralph Kuich and Mayonnaise Arrow Detergent 49' or 59' .
Mr and Mis. leiry frulcft in IB" Roll IT t tti
.lick Mountain. N. C. I ... :
airs.' J. O. )Vonit f and win Joeynt j Fa b REGULAR 291
Tallahamue, REGULAR 53* SAVE 14
[ agent psrt of KRAFTS JET .:.
ait week with ),Jr. and Mm Marshmallowt21Lb.
E. Keddish.Mr r ttJ REGULAR 971 SAVE 18, REGULAR 83* SAVE 14*
( and \Iu. Stafford Stok?,, .
f Little 'Swltzeiland' were ... )'. ....".'. .:>fVl OT. 49 -
y.. lnlr Mrs. Effle Miner on .,; ... /. 39 ? .......... ..... I
Wednesday! of la.t week. ( SIZE PEPPERIDGE' FARM
Activities. of the M. I*. Turners J LB 69 '
: On Friday lira Turner I' ) TI I SIZE 69i' Bread Stuffing: .... I

went with her uiter Mr. Pos
pl..h. to greet her husband 8-.*. Pkfl.
Chief I'evty. Oftlcer T. Poap.ein GRJJlrS .
when he returned aboard the *
U S. S. Roo.eYe Mayport after five months at
mva CPO. fo.ple<.h la ataUon- ]965 I
ed at Cevil Field. Mr... Turner
attended the marriage of her 4-02. DULANY filMS ... PIECES REG. 35* 1Lb. CRACKIN' GOOD REG. 31dbe... THRIFTY MAID .
to Edward 1'.r''I1""l at the Mushrooms25 Treets 29' Tom Juice 4/M./ "
First baptist (..I".cn" ui Woodvilis -
Saiuixtuy During the 19-or. DIXIE DARLING REG. 2/33P 303 Thrifty Mold 3... or !g. Pkg.. of 12 R.g. 29, Dixie Darling ASTOR

week m.wr Mr il u Turner. '4...eer vlaitejo taut hla l Cake Mixes 29' Swt. Peas 61. Rolls %*,N' 2/49 Eggs DOL 59 ,". ALL GRINDS \l lREG.

IIY and hia ".Lrotjict-.n* and 1.59' 1M b. Tin WALDORF REG 2F3Sit 303 Thrifty Mold CS or SPECIAL REGULAR 49, FASHION. .

C niter Uoic Mr who and ueie Mrs. Willloin vUitlnj" Fruit Cakes 99 WK Corn 71. Hair Spray 31. Coffee ;....

there. They were returningfrom
Vacatlon.ng in bouuu ..
Florida .and poinU of internt FAVORITE! LIBBYS REG. 29< *2VJ Cent THRIFTY MAID REGULAR 79 SAVE 2O

in Mr Oeor..1&and Mr. %V. II i lUi'.l: Pumpkin 1 10 t
Potatoes 41.REG.
Gcx>l*.,y, Mm. Leslie. S\ eut. / .
and -.... a..<. lira iiu
.thane'. ,were rrother vlalting-In-law MnOooUoy and. 23, 100 Con THRIFTY MAID' CRANBERRY" 114 95 VALUE! CHEF MAT VVKIe They Lotl, ELECTRIC TIN 5 91

Mtr baker Mr.in Savannah and Mra., Ga.Tommy Mra( Sauce 2/29'/ Knives *749

but baler tm' much hat beef better."luudy 111 ;;dy. .

Mr and Mia. Mjjtie KeUtllali'I $9 95 VALUE! While They Leaf CALAXIt ILtCTRlC CAM t
ana children of Rulford were
Sunday dinner 12 Of. Brach
guests of Mr
and Mr U M McClellan Opener "CM 4" Villa Cherries 49' _
Sympathy I I. e.tf.-lei Mrs 34i.. Brach Chocolate ..

J U Clack In the death. ol Cream Drool . 59' WD, ,,!Brand'.. .. ._L SWIFT'Sr.mlam I I. Dork._.-.&..Wh:.Me 4 "w
her father ferry Ne f \ rru.
nay j funeral w
Mr and Mm. .1 .. Hai. ..
Sad Randy. ue e ui *-ake J C..> 6-ei. Coo HI-ACRES or ASTOR Froi FLA SARA Lit SESAME ROLLS OR BUTTER. Thrifty. Pack a 89' <<. 'A Cukk Fro.n TURKEYWings GR "A" Quickrat.. 4// Ik. fW1J.

t.I.auay waste Lie 8Ial..f fa.n- 0' Juice 6/89' Gem Rolls 49' r ( 3 Ib Chocolate Box Ovtalma, $1.49 ,lb. 29'GR Capons 79'2lb
ily .
gathered at taI ttu' .'
air and Mis( i.. 11 b.oci:;. I/o.. Bonomo "A" QUICK FROZEN TURKEY:
aona for the weal All Filled 49' ,

,..Mia...Jy. C.Cnilatmaa ll. wraaa.uLuu. grand Harley ', Potatoes 3/s1. Pie Shells 3/$1.] Drumettes 39' Gizzards: .lb.Chkkan 29'

daughter.. Ulenett .....!. Glen- I Extra Lean craA''/ Quick Troltn >
HoI tYSUCkLI ((10 14 lb. Ave
Lln ere.". spent ch. we :""n... 10-Ib. Baa U. I No. I RUSSET Bok.ng Bunch: GARDEN FRESH GREEN BOB WHITE SLICED r.lmeil.eror.. Crantiarry. Waldorf
"'.Lh Mla..a. Cic..ra in JA..K Potatoes t t 59' Onions .10' Turkeys ,b., 49
Salad 39'P
,JISS JIWIIL 100 F,*. Slomp With Coupon -. e -ir and A-| .. r U Robert .. Bacon I Gro*n
,... .
and Un.ily or Jackaon .U. CHICKEN ROAST PREMIUM f> Stuffed f Farm. Fancy Plmlcnto
"&..t.J .lie. J. C Tye Celery 2/29' Radishes 5' '
family .
a. Turkeys Cheese I4cti 59'nl

over the wkend. REGULAR >S SAVE 160 ib, ; .
Mr sod :i ia. tautly t-Lb Bog SWEET JUICY Grapefruit, or Sib Bog U. S No I YELLOW J.U. $

Spent the _elc.,1 with M.Cle.an Mr I' Oranges 59' Yellow Onions 29' ROAIT.99 Groh HONEYSUCKLE< 'A' OuKh TURKEY Fn>f.n ..nItp Pillrif... and >(1''. '
Ronny McCt
an inf
fcylvanim I O.. I t ALL PURPOS WIKU. Roast 2Y.1.339, Cheese 29' ;..

o Friends J Andvr- are la pleaac.1 at" hum.to *know g+in it Apples : 49' NUTSu: Lb- 49C LB. 6 9 1 fA,4 ? .

after a vral wrcMa in U>. ho.. l-Lb. Bo. OCEAN SPRAY FRESH Carton FRESH FIRM RIPE

lataJ.w... are also hippy to note Cranberries 29' Tomatoes 239'F'

that J T. IKunu. ...
. i J< a
I.rtturtud eelu On \\in.tJn the fmn jday hap.aL tniee of lot or *ha.// it ppie-3i; swtp o 59' t.

|pcnool ieacher he third accompanied grade of UM by t...wu Uveir y I 1 I'................ can OUT' .DOTTIO- CINCI.............-...i YELLOW SOLIDSMARGARINE DAZZLING I

loom mother Mra. Mra Hamilton Cart and '1 EXTRA : EXTRA. :;: 2 29'PINTS -Du.;:" .
/I '
Urif LbL
O4a 1 -- ---- BBCAKSTONC AD
|lasted the Oujta/Jun .. *&iu '1''.. ..... I o.. a t.
.. Oi ry" 1. / Tam. 0 .... wa. 1 If J'.... J...L4 SOUR CREAM 45'
> .n Cove / ( Dinners i Chicken. best : Pint
*.4.wl Chrlatmaj pro / its. rr.e Na -
1 .also .. LyNC. -.. Turkeys"ALL .
IY ram Sad was u.prexaled, ,n
** ..er. get la eva.. // Swl't't' ',....1..... Frwrtad Plastic
".o m by the teacheu. an. I I EXTRA GIUN STAMal. :: II EX..RA.n_tRIE-t'$ I Cream 2 Gal Half. 'I SvlH't framlum H..,... Hana IS 111 .. IAIGIRPOUND "70I/ lIce /*.
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-- -- Tm-RSI>*Y. DEC. S3 I96S'!;'

Three GuiltyIn the tcfltiflod house( Another witness I 1 Lt. Richardc Home After Flying Clay Rejects Bid To Join pair of water skis behind a or inn-plus properly.

Sld.icy Smith had Santa's Boots II !speeding! boat, Nichols had anew January 3. .I'JfcS Pln Pulp
in,.ted a van typo truck froma Wuoil.
Lawtey Case 101 Combat Missions In Viet Nom experience at the winter blank,, fiiiulltlon
Jacksonville( U-Hnul. Company ; Get Once-Over' Area Group To Seek EOA Funds Hid and
resort In learning the tricks of .1 peril'laden** may l>,, obtainedfrinn '
the day befoie. I I ,. "HI.mo i I'ur.but'.. CuminiMloit ,, .*-
IContlnud'From!! Page One] Police officers .to.it ific'l that One young/ Simon about Lt. |J.g.) Henry Rlcharde is The Clay County Commlsi' skiing on sn lV. Ire skaUn;:. I 1""II."n..t. lust It a I ion*,

an( eral I Items klen.tlfl-'d as stolen tnivn tvhii hits the height home after flying an A4 Sky- year. and othr: winter 8IJOI.t3.U.fo | State .Offll-C. UulllllllK.I lluxlllllii: .
\\ j i i im Wilson" sometime' ho- I i' la'il' u ck i-'jectej a pru- lit "r'ld It was necessary to i
e entering the Navy Mr.et Winit. It"UIIU2, ;! T411.Ihap
from tho Wilson" residence anil girth to play the part hnwlt (light Jft bomber) on -
twi i February' 1 and April "ns-il r'tli\, \ \ { i: cn'-orsem ntl ""i, im four-county u organ- loot April Seaman r-,'. 'hols atndtd .. .,., Florida
were found at the hrm".s( : (If rnnnonteil. to lie "HiintuInns" 101 combat missions over ..
7 oi'1 this year. I >"l :H Joi --':.rily! oi'inlxafimi : : ,: ti l: '! in: or.Jer to obtain ,, '- li.iipli" U. Miller)
Sidney and Laurence Sm.lh In I C ,, for .n St irlie: Kleinnii-, North Viet Nom with Attack | Bradford Kish: School. 1.culrLC".r:: ,
I lore $oaten s c'': ( i' lOis uiii 1 the U' and ]I I
<'c. was pronounced I'f r I St.in;' in the future, I
'. ,II i :.
J.U'Iaonvlllp tory School" 'II. of soIl Squadron 72, operating from It : J3iiri'iiu. :
State Attorney T. E. -i ni""'m.c O.-.po t.mity Act o. ", of getting I
; \ In the fet- the U.S. Navy turcrau' ,',10
The stale also presented fry |ro-liollilny co ConstructionWorker : ,,
Duncan nsiicd the Court to1II1Oae 13C8. ol \\1"' -.,i."i r:1).lc.t under way | I .11 inn Hv
1 Klfi ,
hltlmon'y (rain 'five Jacksonville -i thltlei.VliPii. endeiicc. KT.vrtn: Itt ii t'i \I.
% the maximum penalty antique dealers, who produced \ "Jully Ole Nt. Nit'l(" Asked how It felt to be home, I The o'lcn.y, ei ruoiTjnundci -1: III r' .m'l\ :: :r.: Cauiity by Mirch. ..\IIIssllsl'uiiilotiii.
allowe.1.:! 'fcy law and ', win'M luclucl' Clay Uiud43iil \ .
pointedout In' court canceled (hpckswhit'h. entered.. the room. in nil liU. I..t. Richardi 1: said, "I 1 cal: usea : : I Injured \ "''.u.. .i Ilhl ii ill
that both had : 1. UIIOI1.: and Ralcer. Cjun- l l*.dlvcil by I I.ID IH.I-i. n .r
mien a record _. ....... >e
Hold red regaliii unit! finning little rest after flying :a m.a' 'D- u ,
of they / were givoiSidv'y 'I ios owl )n...iltutl*>n.. mud 1 'ID mi, .. :MKST
felony convictions. : Smith ,at the time they I white .iM-anl!, one joungstur/ : alon a dIY! sometimes two a would bs kno.vn a -'i Qrti A construction worker wai : ,"a ml 1 iit I > xli'-un. in tii,..

Judge J. C. Adluna sentenced pinrhascd/ various articles did a double-take and piped (lay-for the pait several Mi 2 CUB Ciunty Econnmi) inuslv: Inlurel Wfdne.dav sale uf ifiu'lflua. I pru'M-i! (Iy. if'

Lawrence L. Smith ,to consecutive I months., Agency Inc.:: Each: county rternoon In accident I JunitHiy '.f, IV .0 ---i'li.. (Cumuntl : ,
from him. The n\>titles were up "That's not Santa Clam an on .

terms of 15 years for later identified as having been -Iliat'w, my I'nrle; Fra'nk' This Is all the more under- woud! be representrd on acommittee 'q 301 north of Starts. 1 S'ra"I"IOII.IIId lilunhM| "*".nl.tI'.nw,, ,mi itNlitM.Hl I

breaking and entering and stolen from the Wilson house. I I __"Oh in, young/ limn-I'm sta..-.d\ble: when you learn that I destine! to: coordinate LJi Wayne" White of Hrnanila i I.!.,Htlunn "limy l 10. .>l It aliivilr'ill
five years for grand larceny.iIfle1J federal: projects; In tnt ,, "S I lute I Ihiri-lliHlnv 'tiiiiniiHftlun -
Lhe Is w-riklriT
Skyhawk foreman
| In their final arguments defense not your I'nrle Frank, hulioeil a one man op ni a for Dlvlvlrin. of InHtllutIOIIM.Slate $ ..
L. Smith receivedconsecutive various counties Involved. .
attorneys attacked the .. Santa. eration. The pilot( also "doub he nay Paving Como nY en Office' Building, UloxhiiniStrvot .

terms of 10 years I testimony of ,the state's wit- ""'pn. yon\e, got on my les In brass" as navigator, I I The lesson "riven for the he newlv constructed stretch i \\ 1"1(. IKM.ni U-3J. TttlluhuSHvr -

for breaking and entering and i nesses. Ingram. contended Mrs. t'nota Frank's hoot then" bombardier: co-pilot; and flak- Clay Commission's lark of en- 'I .T US 301. was seriously In- I .. Kl"i,'Ida.Kalpli, .
five years for grand larceny. have sent> a boy. but I have :'!.O'sement was the fact that ." '' It HllliT, a.*
dodger. If it's urrd when
things I struck
Arwood had no reason to remember ftnlffrtl the young Hkoptlr. go wrong, by a dump I Kutnu IHrft L.rii
Judge Adkina withheld sentence only men under my comnvlnd !under the EOV the federal \
i the driver of a car not a case of "misery lovingcompany" I nick which backed::! Into him :Jl I :-1 I I.1: :.10 \
upon Peggy Smith pending because they just now. Every job in this squad government would pay 90 pesnpnt :
she saw entering' on the Wilson ''bout 1pm. Wednesday. 1;
the outcome of a pie-sen! Isn't ron and on the ship, from the of the costs!! of vartouprotects 1
property and pointed out any company.A Whit received "
4 Plead : emergency
tence Investigation Her bond she had Identified Mrs. Smith Guilty : graduate of the U. S. scullery to the flight deck, can for the first year 'r-atment at Bradford: County

of $2,000 was continued. Naval be accomplished only by a mana with the county pay 10 pe- .C
three months after she claimed Academy at Annapolis, I Hoeplti) for Injuries to hi' ,
Both asked the court In Dress -- man who will work for 16 'V.
men Shop I Lt., Rlcharde Is the son of Mr. cent: but during all subsequent .
to have seen her.Ingram 'vls'
I -and chest anj for
for two or three diva! to settle and
their oftnirs. Sidney Smith Smiths had no argued that of know-the Theft On Dec. Starke. His carrier left Norfolk will worw amidst the hazardsof < I bwn') on a 50-50 basis. Clay then Ible Internal Inturlrs. and wa I T
way 61 transfered to the Unlver-
said ho hud( four >m.ill (child- I Inclhe, ( Va. lost May\ and returned aircraft and weapons, ; a County has n3: funds available a:
Wilson house I
home and that his wile : was unoccupied who that I v'l-y' Medical Cent r In Gainesville \ii'Icy'
lea at to the home port December man can Bee more for !such; projects, the ComP -
was pregnant with their fifth or anything about A former city policeman and Is at Blake here than his personal m'' ,QI'n A'IIr' !. He \\,1listed In sertou--!

child. He askcrl for time to I ltd contnts. He further argood three local women pleaded I 13.The 80 planes based on theIndependence comfort and ease. T. NoUn of Starke. whoIs :rendition Wednesday njoght '"
the Smiths December 6..
not the
were guilty to
settle affairs and those of a anchored "In conflict such as ours linin'the\ spadework on ('
'business' he in Jack stupid enough to advertise burglary of Leila's Dress Shop j some there Is bound to be !J.
: operated property" stolen In this area on East Call Street Monday 50 miles off the coast of North : sacrifice obtilnlnri<::1: a charter for CUBB TIE: nir.fir POINT) for ihMBV '
sonville.Lawrenro. I I Viet Nam -flew total of I know you /grieve with me wild/ 1 yestrrJay that failure to
tot- Sale' in Jacksonville newspapers .- before Circuit Judge J. C. Ad- a :you writ*. Come In nfrlnt I"
Smith nlso and the In the loss
combat missions squadron rnrtnrsp bv th1; Clay!: Commls'I'm -
aHkec1// or to. sell It In Jack- 8,000 : duringthe your favorite, F.STFR I\C
kins Jr.
time to settle' his .* six-month and of one of our moat able avia- would: hare. no effect on \
lonvllle period RKOOK fountain TEL
Limes prn.
fairs. Ho aid he hud three I be where It would I Presentence Investigation' dropped more than 6 million tors and respected officers, !t"n oriantxatlon's! plans for in \P,, I f

small children nt home and put on public display. were ordered::! on all four DIane tons of ordnance (including" who was killed, when his pla le ''nrormrntlnT. ire saH th'

":20 years 1 in a long time for u Shaw speaking for Lawrence Ruth Hardy. 17. and Lee bombs and rockets) was hit !by ground fire and 'trouwould file with Talla- j
PJ.n'ih! mild his over enemy; trrtTin* t.. inn nIM
client had allowed \
Nell Moarer: 17. pleaded guiltyto
man to spend away from his crashed during an attack In I
his house territory. Mostly their mission hn" pc for a charter this arinlu tm. it ,-,,,.
family." SI11. h'H wife WIIS In to be searched breaking and enterln t) was to strike at roads ''bridges, North Vietnam. It Is a grout week. ,'au .Issu',S 1965'l. I

the courtroom. She lnoko-1 longat without a warrants some commit larceny and:! grand larceny tribute ''to him that each of "',',n': '''It's' .. ,i4h.I, I C',,,,. 'I I
Ira Ins, 'motor vehicles, radar The four-county\ 8->t-up hi'' .. (
her )husband as sentence thing a guilty person wasn't The former policeman: us has determined Individuallyto Michael Nckols 'P. \ .4| I.\ lln 1IIt-I. "
likely to do because' he didn't "Pee Wee" Cr3ws and installations, and ordnance sireedy" : b" "n endorsed by the : ''i I .t ll it iit.,.. .n,* until 1 0no V \II lK.MT t I \<
Glenn !
was j assert upon hUll. do> our job that much better ,, ...", f
know suppl depots in North Viet Commissions and ::! n clnti .I.n' fin It." "i
Judge Adkins denied both the articles in his pos- Patrlria Ann Hal pm'. 22 to assure ourselves that C'tmnty: Treated ToWeekend '
rcrsion Nam. School' ( Tm"'s: : of inker! anJirnrffprl : We hope this
requests. He told the men they were stolen. Shaw pleaded guilty to ;possession o: when we leave the line our loss Of Fun ( 1
1 he Independence lost total findsobndont
a holiday
po' ted out that had Counties, and by the you ;
should have realized the seriousness no one stolen goods. and his will not have been In ,
testified his of nine lnnesome in Fchool Hoards in Union aniC''v ARE TERMITES / in
client hal tried to the time of their arrrst
of their situation >Le- At landing a.ul. takeoff accidents Senman \!fIrI1''r' r Nlrhi'n' .
foie nctel.A sell them any of the stolenn''Orpl.ty. i all four had In their poasassion ( < vain.After counties.No'in 410 things material
they Christmas ,
spending ( No ot Mrs Mi i u'
hud 12 men killed and six ) U S v 'II DESTROYING II' ;
Hi contended! none of the articles of :'ml'l thit hU chief In- ,. and sprituaLt I
motion from defense attorneys some reported missing. Richarde'ti with hlH parents here Lt.Rlchnrde MrNI( "h I >l, (nt 't"i ke rrcentlventove'I .
of the state's testimony con- clothing: stolen from the dress tPift. In 'Rttln'i up the or"u0011"11 -
Porter Ing rum and squadron lost only two( planes, will return to CVeuna $ !a pre-Chr, I mils weekend ) (-
nected Lawrence Smith with said. The three '; i w:' In order::! to ootiin. YOUR HOME?
Gone h.iw for lo days to the.. shop, police with ono man killed, and none j jmissing. Naval Air Station at Virginia of fun and f. cite, ft the :

file a new: ,trial was RIanted. crime. woman were arrested! !! by city As for himself, the Beach Va., wh-re the Independence Sired StArt projects In th' OroF ''npr, Winter Ie'f'l'tOro .. ..
The defen.se Thurs- Assistant state's attorney police Wednesday::! afternoon. va'loni counties slmllir to th VREF.INSPECTIO Tv, $
opened SLarko lieutenant says his Is currently dorkcxl. "But s'neer! 1 K Y H3 l II !:-"' !?nt-

day morning and, culled only Mack Futch said there wassufficient Escember 8. Crews was taken plane was never hit although I not for long," he ,says with a ine op! ''rutP'f! successfully In Iv ft3Moni wit>i the. Philadelphia -

evidence for a con Into ''custodY In Bartow on Tl'a! Iford County last summer.
two witnesses Cverett Taylor viction. I link 'was fast and. furious at wide Kiln. In February hiltquarl.ron Orou!). Atlnnt'c' Reseive
and Sidney Smith. He challenged SidneySmith's Friday, December 10. be. 11"11 Ftfit Is set' up on a two
times. will transferred! to Fleet! and ,,"<'*. cli va", :.u from
Taylor cstified a man came testimony, asking why Cecil Field just 2O miles' north vr..r "hnMl with 90 p-r cent \ KOCHSDRUG
t1111100 '
Among the Items Hlchardo among the more \ I PeitC'.cI
"RoyVIIson" had never appeared 't.Aern! fuirs and! 'If 1'1) ,. cent }
to his I
use furniture storein "n .
Newsome Starke. That's whole lot
of a .
"1-t Perry has 'to show for his six months'tomuhat I m"mbP''! of that cnmnrin: ti-" $ STORE
or 'en found. I roi'ntv, fund". NoUn! said:! an I
ksoiwillu: me: :HJ ulny .n duty are live.' Air Medals closer to home than Vint Nora I'J1jlv this! trip
I 'Ptcsentlng thi stl te'll final. Funeral Services I'In"l1Jt., "oll","' I' tv'" SO-50\ ,
March i \ r
big to sell! truckload Beach!
a .a Navy commendation/ or even Virginia j An old hand at manr'i' : In 539 E. Can 96I-.19M: )
of turn'tuic.. & 1 lit su.d: hl! 'i argument, T. E. Uuncnn dolhe.'ed Held Sunday I medal and .Navy Unit Com-;, 'Irln, nf (' "'It t ; In th" .'",'on"! 1_

an. emotional plea for !
r-ferred H'O' to I- .
r..l memlut.on/ritbon./ : fending fom'his -
i conviction. laYJA':) no man'sproperty I !
Smith. He co'ilcl not rememberthe I Perry :ICewsome. 82, llfefong collection, are four more
would be safe If such -c
man ;) name.: thieves resident of Starke, died Thurs- Air Medals, and two mole & :; -

Sidney Km.',,h te.itlaa: \ I he \ free. were allowed to go day. Dec. 16. after an extend- Navy commendation medals. w.eez.Ez .

had purchased a truck loaJ of pd Illness. He was born: Innro1fol'd When completed It will be an

furniture from a man named) County on July 28 Impressive! collection. PiliMfWg%

"Roy Wilson" on March 14 : Services Held 1P83. the non of tha: lots' Cnrtf Outside of (I oil

  • for $:i2.: Smith claimed nil of il >v nn1 Lnuin HolUngswoith Rlcharde experienced little of I tJHaPHlbJ I

    the articles ho had mild us Tuesday For Nrn'Rome: Hcwi( 'a retire the discomfort that ground I rr .. > ,? ? j

    well us the items found at his farirer and a nvmber of the forces' me undergoing:: In Viet! Miani**a A<*. ip l I i i(j amnMBJiKMuM '* ******tmmu, + imtrfl Hia MBMaMmfcu. UtkK 4" ft.aii''.

    home were part' of the tiuck : Mr. Waters,75 Airpark! riTtl.t; : Church. Nam. Life was comfortaibla

    load he had bought from Surviving Is his wliow:! Ada for 'the 3.BOO or more men
    "Wilson.' At the 20 wonl or !It...., on, Iniortlon !Mi-inorbiN, Ee'soimttns. etc.nrdn l .. tn (.1.-111.. ... Section.
    time he had Funeral services for Oscar Johns NcwHome of Starke; aboard the carrier, when they 1t1"1|>I.yd.

    purchased the furniture Smith (nilnliniiiii ilmrjtf) 1.00) 1'er.. "ur,1 ________
    Waters 75. who died Sundayat four daught! Mrs. Alma hail time to enjoy It. ---------u .03 ti.AO 1"1'| Im'b-IIr..t Imwrtloat.l.iJ .
    said he had gotten a sigviod', If tint pitlil In IUlvl n.'''____ 1.25
    his home near Brooker.were Clark of Lawtey. Mrs. Edna But all was nut "beer and ----
    I Inch after first I Imwrtlon..
    Itemized : uf Thitnka. : t'll to SO Mont. $ prr
    receipt. He produced held at :2 p. m.' Tuesday Crnwford of Keystone aklttleji," as the slylngoes./ Kpjril.. ciMlnl. .. or bllnil IUHnilnliiiiiiii .. |

    the receipt. in court as evidence. in the Brooker Church of I Heights. Mrs. O. C. Davis\' of A hint at some of the hardships I ( rliAree: ) __. _________ l.'tH (Inlniiim, i'haric) ------. ------- %.50 -

    The( Christ with burial in Derian Jacksonville and Mrs. Gladys endured was given in a Kiu-li:, ,liililllloimlvnrd nxrr 2t t)._ .01 Or SO ,">nU: |I..r "<>r"l________ .0.' 1-
    state called 27 wltnesves Cemetery. Wilson Thomas Ivey of Dunnollon: four sons. recent letter to parents of the I -

    One dn a day and a half ,te limotIY. Funeral Home of Gainesville: Pitt, Jim. Ei nle. and Paul men of> Squadron 72 from Us Insurance Problems? IIASTINCS:' ; MATTKKSS': I| FOR SALE I'll KIST:MAS!'
    witness Mrs. MargametArwooct was In charge of nrianseinents. Newsome all of Starke. W. H. commanding officer who |X 1IP1IOI.STEKY WORKS! i,I Ready mix concr'te' concrete st\\: ISO1CIIISE4! wOlk day. $24 a week Fr1naenefll.A

    testified she had seen New.somc of Coleman. and two wrote: Call The Man From i I I Block house piers find, ce- / -
    paid vacation
    S40. S80.TUtMS. Including
    710 Lemon St.Furniture. PaUUji !> Peggy Snith on March 29 driving Surviving are his w :low, sisters Mrs. Alta Gregory, of "Into this situation you may I II 'Keystone"George :aent.::; mr>tt r mix. reeL, Itt>el. : : A-l MEWING: .\-' sick leave, and Kroup Insurance
    Re 'alrt'c1.
    a red car up to the Wilson Essie. Waters; six daughters Hampton and Mrs. Lucy Scar- I E. LaRue deter ihe'.l. 'imerock roof'' CHINK: : KXfll; \.NOE.. INC.1 Phone 969-3801. Ask
    home and that truck : (fphnlsU'red St Keflnlshw! llnteU. BRADFORD.ENOR .
    a gravel
    Mrs. SylvnnU Kenyon. 01'- borough of Fabcns, Texas. Also 9:45: am. Morning Worship, Kvystnno Height (1606 :MAIN !MT. .\CKSON-- for Mr Shaller. ItchcUSI't
    ) .
    was ruked; backed up against I Ii lando; Mrs. Lea! Bruss Apopka surviving are! six ,grandchildren 11 a.m. Youth FeJlowship 6 Consultant," For All Your MATTKIISSES: RKHUIL1 I !'=hrlrf' CO Phone \964-2521 tfcht \1II.F.. ''L\. FREt: PARKINC.J:'

    ; Mrs. Allie Oaln-y, Ocala; and seven great grand p.m. Bible Study, 7:30.: | Nc'.;' Inner!
    Mrs. Jane Oreen, ClUe; Mrs. children. | Thtirs., Dec. 30-Choir Practice Insurance NeedaRepresenting i i and Hox Springs I INHI'IHNTK ': 8t 1323 Time to plant bare root tre _

    Eunice Blalock. and Mrs. Virginia Funeral services were hell 7:30: p.m. Drop 1" A OaM or Tal' Pecan citrus, fruit ahade
    Great American I,.*.. ( 0. AT ttFntTKn K \TFUSITt
    Relf.steak. Lakeland; five at :2 Sunday In Jone Vt\t' \TKA KA 5SrI'SI'TI.R I mothers- auppl trees. Camellia axaleas. ornamentals -
    p. m. Tfc Traveler' In... ('o.I ,\ >. FIKR. nn.\ WIVES-and
    sons. James, of Okeechobee; with Ri-v.( : C ---. 6 I'. :SI.MRS. I Income by container crown. 2
    i Chapel -- -I-----==:: :: .=== M 1 473-4692 Da) DOVI.R F., ('U'i S Y.JC meat the family
    7010.05t Oerald Elizabethton] Tenn.; A. Crosby anj:! Rev.> W. L. New. #= I 473-4335 NI tel TEC.OT 8II..LIER I INSCRAN'E A F.M"V I working from your home. Sales I miles No. LaT7try on 301. turn

    Johnny Auburndale; OscarJr. mans officiating. Intermen"I I Auto Fire Home Business. 201 F. Adklnii. St.8tarhe tfchgj work choose your own hours. I I left at sUn. Telephone: 782-

    .. Lakeland; and Her- was In the family plot In Elzey I Monthly Pa"n ..r.l: IMnn I At*it Write C K. Ruble. Dept D-I'I 3465. 4tp 1230

    man. Miami; a brother Lon- Chapel Cemetery near Lake 12 Wides. ,1 P O. Box ?'o.' 2441. Memphis.
    666STARKE FOR SALE O E. Ref rjgerator -
    I ole of Apopka; four sisters. Butler with DeWItt C. Jones COINS WANTED l! Tennessee 1 2 a 2tp 1331 -

    Mrs. Lomb Ralney Lake But- Funeral Home In charge of Custom Mad t BUY SELL: TRADE) : FOR ALB: Good bmln"s' j MARY CARTERPAINTS 19' Frost Free-pull! out

    'cr, Mrs. Annie Johnson. : arrangements I For Florida Llvtaf i I and residential. properties in TOP GRADE Bermuda n"y I freezer New $795. now $200
    34-hr. Apprnltnl I Si-r\li
    unimproved delivered in BulUrrtton 944-7271 tfchl
    hooker: Mrs. Rosetta Ohm 8tark. Improved and $30 at barn. 135

    \n-i Mrs. J<*snle Duncan, both I (Get J<<,t More your olil coin. .*. trw> of rhmirgr..1REI.OTE'S H. V. Knight. P. 0 3 ton loin.\ Rr laterJ Angus I, """" "" " I INO.

    ,f Plant City City Hall To Close I YOU DUUCS(: Drawer F. City tfctm Bulls TV Baker & Son ISJ
    For Your
    $ $ $ _
    Christmas Eve I Kitvotonx Lake OenevaFla.. Ph 473 I 3 acres :200: ft. on state hlfhay. -

    15 Predicted I No Salaried or Commissioned I SALE 1902 ChevroletCorvalr I FOIl RENTFreshly decorated 4704 4>p 13 30 | .. Build that home or bwUn !-

    BUSINESS: furnished apartments Also Complete Line I !M hl>reVslk to new
    City Hall In Starke will be Employ.** I rl'mpl\1M truck. .').00: FOIL SALE. : -Chlhu hu pup
    i 1, unfurnished house 11 S Bur'dette. ofPaints
    school. Health forces sale.
    'Dead Over clo.scd all day Christmas Eve actual miles $903:) 00. J P. I'I St pies. R4'tr. $30: non rr $2*.
    North Cherry
    IlAD&nRAnLARSCN $4300 Just $1200 d.J'4n.
    DIRECTORYAUTO Friday Dcccraber 2... at.U will u'Mnqf.nn 'I'f..h' I IBRlOUTE. Phone 989-3324 tfcb-: All Also a poodle puppy. Phone

    be op'n for business AS usua LIKE TO WORK 533-3471: I Itche NO. !S9
    Big Weekend I .,,' YOUR HOME: Supplies For
    :>n Monday.
    I FOR SALE10' acres lard 100 I Outstanding Value! 49 acres.
    YOU Benefit! WITH SYLVANIA COLOR Zenith T. V.
    The holiday requested FOR -
    was south J M E viBrd.t.. Jr Day All Purposes Modem 3 B R. home On
    I1EI'AIRSEarl's; I The Florida Highway Patro'' by City Clark Men-Ill Edward I TELEVISION FOR CHRIST console cabinet morel cheap
    "' ;phone 96251.' : Nile 960-1134 P4r&:j road. lUrn. Shelter
    "redlrta that 15 persons wll' at the council{ meeting Tuesday -I MAS. Available for Inme 'Vrdelivery Hand and To it, call at 1012 Butler
    All Sizes & Will
    on Display tr'hil Tractor equip goes' to.
    Garage .also Invited 19" Portable Rnsd. hiformnoon Itp 1323
    die In traffic crashes or : nlulH. The cleik
    8-10-12 Vides to wall rarpetn! Fine offerlnt -
    21' Console Cciir and 25" Rectangular i Power Toolsi'hone .
    P'Irldl1ltrets( :! and hlihwav all city employees and!
    ALL KIND' OF I 1 !Vt nathn! Color Tube. Better FOR "TRmall cottave FOR SALE Two 8hell*nd I I $11.750 T-rm.
    AUTO! KEl'AIHVORK luring\ tho 54-hour Christmas officials to: "drop lit" hI. office( .
    All Work Guaranteed holiday period starting at 6 Ihursday for: Uirtjtmaj\ come( I and Expandable picture and superb cabinet-- I 1 rooms" and bath Phone 96423HI 961-!\\21H ponies. James Wslnwrisht I STROIT REALTY

    Frliay. Dee. 24. annd1n' and cookies. for your home entertainment" : : _tfrha :hone 78-308J.:! llchtFHETLAND 2117 V Temple Ae.
    riiotie( OC -2 MI4 p. m. : :.13.1: : N. TempleTR.45PORT.TJO"i
    at mldnliht Sunday I Terms to fit your budget. S-jm II'. S MM
    So. Uulnnt. 8t rk.. : New and Used .
    Dec. 26. I na low as $16 95. Southern" M1-I FOR BALE APARTMENT I PONY:< for sale

    AUTO( SKRVICK Col. H. N. Klrkman. director ; Recent Births j Ii i R-Yr. finnncinf availableUse I rlne and TtlevUlon. 413 K Cut'j HOUSE AND FUIINITURE I i! ThU week" only $50-Clifford FOR RENT FURSISHEDAP..RTU..yrS
    St. 3t 12 :310 N Cherry St Enjay: horn I I at. KaTO StatIon
    of the D'partment of Pub-j Bradford County Hospital' I 231 plus Income Easy terms. BuIlngton !- :i Keep yoTir party together1I Thompson< Up : lights. an1

    Gilbert S. Brown lie Safety nays. "Yuletlde announce the following births: i I Our RenialPurchn.se LOST 3 Year old Po,..t- M4-7271 tchlrI, i hurter a OrcVionnd. bus CaKi Ph M4511 water 210 N rhe-rr St. Mra.Bxilllnaton .

    f joyous seaion. Let's keep Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Eugon I i Lanr Conway Greyhound 96... "4-
    Standard: ()ll Scrvlre Station I Plan-Payments ft. liver pled !In vIcinIty e' FOR i"lE-3 bI'drOOm frame ; 944-5871 or

    ; ATLAS that way by vemcmbeilnn and Harper' Keystone heights a I Under $;))0 Per Month Hampton Lake. Call C MChirk. I [ 4051 or right 944-1041. Lacy I house *t Lawtey. $75 down no 7271:% tfch

    i'c practicing safe driving MOn Ronald Eugene Hai'.pei i I ) 468-1I78.! 4trhc 1230 Conway Flying Service tfchu I qualifyln-i.' Call Phil BUck

    TIRE & IIATTKRIRS': Klrkman cautioned analns' Jr.. Dec. 15. MAKE TIlTS CHRISTMAS TV SERVICE II I Ph 359-2804< :3tcrui 1 6

    I, 1 Budget Term.ROBt, .Hervlc the dangers of hurry. drink Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Authur I LAST. A LIFETIME. Oi\e ;your I O W HODOEINVTTF3: : YOU
    , \{ Phone OW-7071 fatigue and inattention while FOR SALE -1 Portable Eiretrie :- ,: to hi' Turkey. Sloot at the
    Brannen. Plorahome.
    MOW! family the gift of l Il'ilrnlnA'Vor. I
    : I IlyS I WrW-r 2SO 110I FOR. S.u.E--:1:: bedroom completed
    i07 N. Amps: -
    Ti-nipUi StarktHURST'S driving during this holidays. Azalea Or. Inn Final Shoot
    18. .re
    Mark\ Lamar Dee, \ .:!' Book Encyclor< \>edla." M. frame house at Hamp.
    I :220 AC or DC current. J'jst':
    \ "Instead-: of hurrying from Mr. and Mrs. James Edward A. Payne P B. Box 628 'I tuthernIarlne( : & TV ton. $30 down no Qualifying. Friday Dec 24. 3 p m Both
    place to place! fbi a spot> like new Ooetxman Brat Oar-I I tire and froren turkeys
    Miller Keystone HeliihU a Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE ; : Starke.!' Ph: 984-3794. i I Call Piil Black collect: JickKOT -
    i4JlEI.L. where!' you can relax In comfort lion Dec 18. 4trh< 1221 \\I..h. to announce that .u Phoiu4733104 Keystone' :Itch 1. : 3teha 1223
    Service Station and leisure" he urged. Mr. and :Mrs.( Robert D\vldRhoJen. Mr. Pa\ld Gunter IH now Hehhla tfcha II I II' i iri'RF.

    I Gas "If YOU use Intoxicants limit : Starke. a son Richard ', Full Lake Privilegee<< : WANTED' TO RENT 3 bed our full time factory trained CLPAS RUOS lIke new" So j

    I Oils LubricationGoodyear Intake!' and avoid driving." he David. Dec. 17. Homestead ; room unfurnished house. Ph. Technician: I i'I easy to do '""tih Blue Ltwtre I Immodmt.cprntna for asjwmbly -
    Exempt OIL cntp.\S"
    Tires i BathnecROAD a "l1pd. I 964-3300 or wiite Trooper I' Rent electric aimp0cW'VSI I operators Hlch school

    SERVICE FinancIng C. Oarrett, P. O. Box 421. Ja 0'1 I I Has two bay service stationfor / tradtiai with fundamer.Ul
    "Fntlsrue can' to fatal at thewheel. FIRST! ritKiivTEKi 30 Day Special ', Starke Hardem-ar italiC
    l lease : .
    Walnut and :Mad1 -
    ." Klrkman added (11111(11 t per Fla. :2tp In electrldty or electronics toassemble
    SHEET METAL "WORKThompson I 12'23I I 1 i leon Sts Paid training! avail- !
    V Vhfn \ ('allto feel drow- Lake Geneva or tst tubes Train-
    you ) TV SEKVICE WANTED OLD COINS- Appraised -
    !Schedule' I able. Cau Travis :\lathJs. Jcksonvill. '
    for week of D-!'o 3'OO In* or experiences Armed
    i.J Sheet w. stop: don't continue untilyou're 26: WIVES and mothers CAM. ] 356-1331 tfchf arnrice free S<*s ManHome's Tvre
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    IIUP'I'I pttaible Excellent!
    wide!' awake. You must

    1 I Metal Works live full attention to driving 20 Snnttay: Sunday School, I ISl1lday Trailer Sales plement working the from family your\' home' Two :.Milet of Starke Las seer Icy. Fli Phone Restaurant..7827T:! : boot\t'nt.. and work I\<* condltiorn. -

    tf D ily 'interv-tewa 9am
    L All Types :Metal\ Work to tay flllve. Sales work, choose ytnir o\\'n' FOR SUE -10 ft bv 50 ft lltp 310
    Colonel Klrkman concluded Sunday School l land1 On Route 10A, One :Mile !SF.Kevotnne to 3 P m SMurfnT tnt"r'vtews..
    ESTIMATES. FABRICATIONAND II I II hours. Write C R. Ruble. Dept FOR SALE: 1 1958 CheOVJ: h use" tn; "".""- BarxUn price: .
    a m to
    bv HflchUOpen 12 nor>n SPERRY:
    INSTALLATION saylnn, "Nothing could: I D-l. p. O. Doc: No. 2447 Impala R&It.\:\,( A Gaul: $3.900: Fx 'ell
    Heating A Air ('onmt.. SyctenisPb. !spoil! your holiday spirit of completely as an Sun. A Evening! Memphis Tenri..''ee P O Box 3. I.awt..y Ph 7823273 :!- Cost $",900. S* Mr Walker: at FOR JUN'1'room: unXurn- Sper Tube Dtrt-ion
    love and 'nUI! d \l11 of a loved aeet-l ii r Rand. c.>.p 0.1It. .","-
    804-0714 Rd.: 16B Kt. I 300,1chper :as fast': 13:: a 2tp 1323:! : : :: Up UM8 Walker! Shell! Ser 'a Station shed duplex apartment. ?MLake ). F-.
    an equal
    H1.nLt; ,, 100. in Starke t.lc.1.I ; St Call 964-7M4 unrty oppor-
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    j..................... a. m.. Morning Worship; 11 A Atlanta Ga. thiseckeent: of Palatka and Mr. and !MrsL. I questioning. if race track urer, TIt""lInko ofnoo. Inlii.Huuy 1>0"11>t\J.) City ana Tampa,
    tn., 'mining Union. 6:15: p. m.. because of the> Illness of Rber R. Thomas of Stalks were I funds allocated! "ivpay ttn .' UM'ni. Present offteI and in Athens, (!a. '
    Kingsley Lake Evening!: Worship. 7:30: p. m. A. Chesser, Sr. oho i Ii jMtlm Sunday guests of Mrs. Elmn. school boml! <>uiu'' are being illx- me" Mrs: C. It. Cox presrtdtint. John Hall ofV: mvuUfliiVl.i ,
    [ :Midweek prayer service. Wed- at Crawford Long lies,:teal. In RI IllS anj Mrs Mary Shlpmnn ;i pl.1'.sl"\lln!] the best p*>3 ,ble WHY : :Mm. M.ukh-9 Norman, \ .. spent. the lvek' n.l herewith II
    ' nesday. 7:30 p. m.. Choir prac- Atlanta. While+ then lir and Carlton Faulk is spending' to benvllt whools throtiiihntit s,,,.phll'y, 1.11,111'11:\ $1blgv" MH. prantr Mr. mid\ :Mm.L..MUI .
    Air*. K, M. NnrfcM : tice. 8:30: p. m. Rev. B. T. Mrs. Chesicr UiUed !Mrs Ida so.eral! days In Oalnesvllle a s I the county. He expressed. tieasuror.At 11.11.) last work\ i,hilt In
    I'l.ono 033-2081 Pfavy. pastor. "Come: let us Lentz. also guest of Mr. and 1Il'sV.. KI strong cxNifern tui to the .11- I the meeting Mm.( Clark U\i u ilea on 'a bn.iliio' trip
    worship together" Mr. and Mrs. J. :M.\% Warren Mathls. I ture of the Hampton: Klonirn- i ,t 1Ule dovotloiml I. on pro-, 1.11'In.1 Mis. I i\vu'ni'" ,,
    &........r.. a ..uucr Beulah Baptl.it! Church- I and daughter. J1.: Bradley Everyone will be happy to torY 'School if no funds: am' '\ nllocnteil I tsn-sM": > maito in th* p.ist" year.iw Menu( ,of Toledo, Dhlo nrrlvotll
    Witch :Nixht Services At Sunday( School 10 a. m. and three daughters all olJacksonville. know that :Mrs t ti' Edith Armstrong ,I heio out of the sI- lI I I vIe W M'e v>if.iot' >t for the l last \\,,'kNI,1 for H M.ml hate
    ) :Morning worship.$ 11 a. m.. MM l V. H. Ap.11eby out of danger. now. ,:nil.(kin bond laiue. whk-h nice' I ,mooting. The h ns laNsPNI II'''. w 1111 ttu-Jr mini, :Mr .>/u.llr.s, "
    fKinB t alt, Lake Church! Training Union 6:30: p. m.. of Jacksonville B'nch and:! She Was seriously Injured In trick: fuiulu ufe pledged: to re- Hall" .rv",1. l ri-rroHhmt-iit\: of t 1.'I.llnd.lul1: IIn.1la'l 'and ofr t S
    i Tae Kingsley Lake Baptist Evening "worship. 7:30: p. m.. David Lopcr of Stnrke were an auto accident several weeks pa v In ::10) years. In pievlonadl'UHi enIk10N" opon-fuooil. "Hamtwk'luMnil. Mm. Paul MenK. >uul, then 1
    Church will: observe their first, :Midweek! prayer service. Wednesday Sunday dinner Guests of Mr. ago! while! on vacation;: In Pen- ..lin with wlUMtl" board I .I punch. ;u mill,'..,
    Watch Nuht; Servile:: December -' 7:30: p. m. Rev. R. L. any Mrs. J. L. Bradley: and nsylvanU nirmbers, ho said 1 llimpton lUKIIIDAVK1II>:.S I :\Ill'. unit l MIH: !Don \r.m>Moil
    31, Stirling at 7:30: p m. Tag art. pastor.: "Everyone family :Miss Mona Kay Wood sang was! promised more Improvements I Al.tn Hut eon of Mr. and nn.1lthl..r/ of :Miami. ar<< to
    .There w II bp!einl mush welcom... :M\ J hicks of Jaiktomllle" in the alee Club Christmas! than have been( iccclved I Jlia K;., U. lint, was honored apen I cliilMmn* hi > o \ h ... land:! me a ia. ItS! duiiug the even- Mliscs" Marion Faalk: and pent Saturday as guest of Concfj't In Green Cave: Splines .a flow lit a bit l Ihd.JY I paity at their I :Mr. ami I Mm I I :M 1 MMaUJiclt .
    t11. Prrl( II:11tnls: wl:1: be luniie 11.-) ... IS. KITrn :\ and :Mi i i ml I airs
    : serivel :Martcll] Johns of Jacksonville, I :\1-' :Mary\ Shlpman ana Mrs last! Weineltay: ;:! night Herl claasroome In the near future.A \ i Sutiirtlay .
    at I 13 p. m, :Mrs :Maxle Carter Sr., Jean- I EIrr.j! RljKiI ; I mother: nnrj: brother attended ( letter Ix to bo ilraftrd l I.- were preHont for g inios, 'VVayno :Mntihrtt and I bin.. \ of
    1 E.I t t ,vie, b cor- tally In.l x11 rile and Carlton Faulk were all I Mr tlnj Mrs Graham Cie\v the conceit. from thin ITA to this Kthoolbonnt. gifts( and I .rofrpHlr.nnnU.: Alun'xbirthday '' txinn: Islitnil.. N. V nif" 'I'n d-tI'tl
    ']to att"ni.r'hnrrh -ue!ts of :Mr and Mrs. W R. of Starke visited Mr. and ;Mrs I nuklnir (hit Hampton I eighth was WvtlnvaDot. to bo hero t tn)' > in 'M.MMK/I rf.
    ;/ Sthedutes :MathU" Monday afternoon. CV-arl's Clews and family 9at- t....?......?........? school, be tnclu'l In the use I dug,, .. :T.l.l:! week With hl" [MII'Mtl" ,
    '1I"etay. I I "f those, funds, cal I n commlt- Steve Nlltn..1 relehrated. hUaiMli \fl'lI. T 1 K. llrown tin iron" I II
    Iinlev: : Lak I I .
    Baptist"' :Mr. and Mrs. Robert A ,
    ChurcrS'.mciy, ; : Sch:>ol, 9:45: CheM-r. Jr. were called to Miss:\ Mona Kay Wood at- '' HAMPTON r tae from thU PTA ta 11. present birthday H.itmtUy, Dou.) having iviioxAtlUK+ w'>nk .l.Inv I- ... a ,
    :! tenle-J a Chtt: tmas Party atl i the Ictlt-r; to the IIdlot'lbm,1 II,. Midi a ivuly Hi Dm homo on (lu-r hunttt tlllH |I'a' t \\i . i the Elks Club in Green Cove :25 wet e pre>enl at thaN : <>T his l"Ir'nl" Mr and>l :MmCollliut. \ '. nnd. :\tn.. Lrsl! !" linitfn, '
    prtns last Monday"' night\ OJ' 'rr It r. inn I nh.lIIIK.ItlU'4f1. I11'alllcu "T\vflM W I II II II Ii
    I Ip.tlHNlt
    honoring: her Senior Class/ i I IMi 'I Phone 4t;M-IISD ( i \ ('111 it::n II for the irnmvt, ,n-fn-Kh p''i Mr hixur U'l, I,' vv .H I: Sing Hispraises
    I 1 I.MHKS: KI.KCT: : OI'I'U }.115 iiu-ntn 'mind > KlftsA I yellow trim. tCltristwns
    and :Mrs E J ItukeyLawson's ot oiiinn /
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    9jiistthas DiJ965 Mil I II II. ('I"wl..1tIt! doiihln ninprlMMiUul.iv. I>
    I and
    rr\ "''rt"I.r.:1Isn; : I .'I."j pienldn'it. + of the Chvls-' parry' win !1l'd :Mon.l.i. : e..nl'1.:
    A Good Old Ilimnton E...-"' .ntarv 1TN1lI'MflltKOlt I oat ChuiTii! l.ul-ei' group. lit t llil- mall) tt the homo of \irn
    CJri5lm-! to all w' the IHP of roIttyi I their mi>eliiK( / Tiiom'iiy" vovrlnfIIH i' '> I IIrr: Ot' rRi" Ki'nnan, nor. I
    ...hool nh"1'.1'' a ,Hperlalm ; | week, n.-c. II. at the homef in log Wendy 1 1111. ,and,) Ton may He bless
    1a 1/ \' In tile echo,l rat "ur- ?.r f \ Lynn Hull.Mr j i Ki'nn.i-i+ im 1. twenty-live teimngm
    /him Mumlnv\ evening this ", C"..rl Clnrkr. w'+ n'trod '' atli-nili'l, I celebrating r Tony's
    .cek.. Dor 20 ,',ui.' .pH- 'ill' It Ml'HO, Wllami \- recenletaltIi' birthday lie2!' (>,, home.
    t8 (lljli >r sCirr S<.hl hoard. member lZti. nrv > 4e,'retlrv .lint' M101, and! 11'emi.ty's sixteenth, birth- ( your
    II,,til rear/. ) N l-tioi 'o" the I IT \ i lhl. k" j-i,,. i '!ill: lrrna' day l I. v# I III. Kttlreiliinentjt
    wale' 'I'YIt.1) utter the games
    1 'l mil +'peiiig! nil tin' 8'lll.iI. 1i
    vr \I lau1: 1II.. MIIIMTlulicn :

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    am I ,.1,.. \.Y nflernoitn mini
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    |p"'''nlcm'' T, mill' hits| vn-'i"' In
    it i ,'d! of the cUaikn "mall .IT"bv 1965
    A '. train In. ickwonvltUi: .
    thru l bilk to Ktiirkrt, :Mrs" Wllii'imn \ : i
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    "'11.1. It In hugger i| MI'p- -
    .i"iirly.. sad leaving IlimplnnI'Vnv '
    till)' bv Iriu-k. lit ft pin\ lllerry
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    11 n,,1 lio brt p tn. the mi am, ITIISONI.H.

    Vli, anil MIH, I II In try M',tin tng for //p05
    Let us pause during this apart' 1 I h.oIr'Il'ntlnn.\(' till*
    season of cheer and rememberHe Ii visit log fili,i.tti. mill rrlnlivvs \
    In Davton\ Itnnh1t I '' :
    who saved us all. Market, I, G. S. Brown FWF1DAlie I

    Service StationTemple ,_
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    i.'s FlulleI.1 ( iif :11: | ll.inli. ur the I Flu rid" Niitlon.il (Group. .
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    V..n..n.a.W. :.T'r"f''BROOKER" the Dedan Baptist Church I ed the young people t'.el'cioua' Mrs Davis, Mrs. Kill and Mr. Mr. Beatrice/ Sullivan; and Young People
    Training Union had a Christmas refreshments during the eve Ferguson. Was reported that Jmae Hlnea. whose Sgt'l Punch practice. 4:45: : p.m. Tijowuhlp
    party at the J. T. Brae ning. All enjoyed nome clean the play Wall a huge success !live in <3alne vllle, 'but Open House CRCH 3:43: 'p.m.
    home and -------------- 6:15
    on Friday night. About fellowship.School the cast should oe. commended visiting the J, T. Bans' and .w Union. : Evening
    16 members of the class enjoyed Holiday for a pel'lot' man; well Airmen Butch Hayes, who flow NEWS 7:30.: ,
    By Betty RationTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTT playing: games, dancing Well, school .la out for this done. from Turkey to visit his mater ,/ I) Wednesday: Bible j
    to recorda and singing Christmas j year..nd.. probably the teachers Celebrate BIrthduy Betty Rabon and children I 7:30: p.m. Church Cho .
    Training t'nlon Party Carols. Mr. and Mm. Bam lghed a nigh of relief, but Danny Mcliae, lIOn of Mr. and also relative in Dade: City- >. \ I CHRISTMAS SCHEDULE .Lice 8:30.: .
    The Intermediate ClASH of I I'I' acted as chaperones and erv-'oh my, how about, tho parents and Mrs J. K! Jtcll.io. celebrated Bonlfay and Caryville. Ned- F ST. EDWARD'S PARISH Thursday: Sunbeam ;
    Friday was the day of hia ISth klithday Sat. lees/ to nay those boy are very y I AND :MISSIONSSt. f and Intermediate GA'i
    partying and gift exchanging urday with a Kpayhejti supper/ I proud ,to bo home and HO are m. Beginner.' Prima
    for >the student body of Brooker at hla home. Thera were 20 we to have them.PERSONALS E.lwatd's: Church. Junior Choirs 4:30.:
    Junior High. All the classrooms young people presri t to play I I Starke: Jf.ursery\ open for
    were buzzing with the games, dance to records and Mr. H. H. Mott and Janice! Confessions Wednesday. vices. A place for ail'
    expectation of receiving what enjoy the supper. Mr. and lira were recent visitor of the M. Dec. 22, alter Novena. Friday. Rev. Felder Rowa.1'.
    they wanted as a gift. Refreshments MeKuo invited all the. LO.VM ic I I C. Kelleya of Jacksonville, and ;! Dec 24. 8 to 9 p. m. Christmas
    were nerved and the stay ,the night a id, lia.u ,.. recent guests In the Mott Mass, 8 a. m. FIRST B.ITISCHURCH. -<
    children were sent off for a "boy's slumber party" after horm were daughter, Anita I St. William's Church Key STAR!
    Qr two week holiday to return to the feminlna group" li.nl gone I Andrews and Tracy.Congl'atulatlonll stone Heights: Concessions; : -
    ? U'I school next. year. I I I home. Would have. been fun to'' to Tony Monday: Dee 20. after Novena.! !Schedule; of services:
    Student Attend Play' have had a tape ruio.-.ier li.il- Castlen on the bogging of a Friday: Dec 24 4:30: to 8:30: Sunday.: Dec. 26
    1965 The entire t student body of I I den to see If "men" g'ontip, uxbadly nire point buck last. Tnewlay, p. m Christmas Mass 9:15: a. School, 9:43: a.m. .
    Worship\ sermon "The
    the Brooker School attended a aa women. and also play, "Little, Women" presented Service Ui>y" >.uiiut I Fur. for taking two at Inverness. m.St.. :Mary's Church. Mac- Christ," 11 a.m. Yout
    I by the Junior and Senior i .. ._ .... .. practice, 4:30: p. m. T
    I I Holiday 'Recent visitors of Mrs. AnI I I -- -- -- -- -- ---------- --- ----- ----- clanny:
    +I t Classes of the Bradford l Coun- Among those boys who were nie Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. A good punch recipe is a lifesaver during the holiday season.It Confessions-Friday. Ixc. :24! Union 8:13.: Evening<.
    I'I $t' ty High School on Tuesday of I fortunate to get to xpc id tile Harley Shaw of Fort White. comes tc the rescue of many a harried host. and hostess. It 11 to 11-53 p. m. ChrUtma sermon "The Man Jesul
    rY last week. They were drivento holidays at home with thulr;" Mm. Johnson visited her oroth- : can be made ahead of time so there's no problem of concocting Mais Christmas: Eve. 12 mU- led Great,"" 7:30.:
    the school by but ty Mrs. I families at a J. 1 10::. :Moll.ton er In Winter Carden last week individual which beverage makes for during inlormality the party.and Guests sociability.can And help best themselves of night. Monday Church
    Ethel! Baas who also helpedto of Mr. and Mi's. H. 11. .Uutt I I aUo.. all. a brimming bowl looks so festive and partyish. I meeting, 7 r.m.
    chaperone the children with John Dale Register" son 0: j I' is blends M.XItlSOX: !STKKKTHMTIST : :
    I II A umber of Brooker children The secret ingredient in a good punch tea. The tea I Wcdpesd iy Steering j jm
    II a..te idd a Christmas party discreetly with other ingredients/ and gives body to the punch CHL'ICril | it tee valuation :Mee
    I II at the :Method! Church In without masking the other flavors. Try this pretty rosy punchat !000 \\'. Madison trl'.tSund.3Y Prayer Meeting
    I I a holiday open house. Its guaranteed to make guests come pm.
    ,, Starke Saturday morning. The back for more. servicesSunday. Church Choir rehearsal
    children enjoyed seeing cartoons Friday Dec 31
    House Punch
    Open School. 9:43: a.m. Morning
    lye I'I at the Florida Theatre: 1 quart cold water 2 cans ((46 ounces each) \\ ,rihp: II a.m Intermediate1. I Ij Night Service, 8 p.m.
    T and later had refreshments In '/, cup loose tea or 15 teabags pineapple juice, chilled .W A. Hogan
    II the church annex and each % cup sugar 6 tablespoons canned lemon
    I child was presented with n 4 bottles. ((1 pint each) cranJuice chilled j -
    gift. All had n good time. I t*, berry juice cocktail,chilled 1 bottle ((28 ounces) ginger II
    ale, chilled
    Confer itiil.ktlons. po to Mr Bring water to full rolling boil: remove from heat; add tea
    '.* and. Mrs. Roy Carroll on the all at once. Brew 4 mirutes. Strain into punch bowl; add sugar
    cu'ehrHtlon" of tlieir ICth wed- and stir until dissolved. Cool at room temperature. Add chilled
    Il IlIn ding anniversary. And did you I fruit juices.. When ready to serve, add ginger ale and ice. Makes.
    1 about SO Garnish with clove-studded lemon
    i see the pretty! cake marie, and punch cup serving
    slices and cinnamon sticks, if dcir.-d.
    given -to him by FVhcl Bass? I IM"
    I .. Marfr1! McCai-y and I.daughtlr I.
    Leigh of Maryland r
    I and Airman Butch Hayes were <
    Sunday visitors of yours truly t
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    the true spirit'or the season,
    we wish you a happy and Las

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    City HallRandal and our'sincere thanks] for lettingus I I Goll"And; Joseph.. out of also 1M went city ef up hoe *+ joy to the world wifl bring joy and

    serve you. Happy? holiday all! city Nazareth of David into, which Judea!is unto called the hope into your homes and hearts

    k i -i + ...,.h... St. tuU Chop. during this season. -

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    J Edward. William F. Rower I 1.
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    Councilmen a guide this day.Well's Denmark Furniture Co. Hazel Ritch Ona Jacobsen

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    THURSDAY DEC. 23. 1965
    IIR.'OP'OftO ('OtrNTY TP:1..F.ORArn.: 1Irr.\RKr. ",ORm.I \ NINE
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    I Important Changes In Disability I earnings: from covered walk I they will be paid aver a longer .I sponspaalties under tae, social I r Srui i..n.. lorv and became man in Of God" Hcb. 10:12.:
    beiori the worker was dL abl- pel led. security law shJald wen
    Provisions Of I order that lie might live Actually. no man can truly
    Social Security Act j ed.For It a person qualifies f for disability phone; or visit Lie Oaiuo. viilo Christs aaionn mt-n, thp rfcct: life observe this day we know as
    I nstance, a worker witha : benefits after he has I district office, located 409 S. | and: in so. .olng he proved that Christmas unless h* has
    Several Important change cause of his impairment.I I wife and child under 18, and started: recelvna) reduced: old W. S:coivj Avenue UK-phone The Answer He was the only Sacrifice acceptable Christ In his heart as his Own
    In the social security disabili I However a blind average earnings of $450 a age benefits! his d'sablUty! : payments 372:;:-1305( unto the Father. The personal Saviour: : for Jesus I,
    ty program were Included In I or older may be person 55 month Is disabled and qualifies also will be reduced: to ByHer. I Father in the Divine Love that said. "For the son of Man la

    the 1905 amendments, John I disabled If he is considered for bath types of benefits. take into account the months He has for mankind disclosed I come to seek and: to ....e
    W. unable to perform : His workmen's! compensation faset he received- the other benefit SENIOR i
    Spann, Jr., social security his usual Charles! Harvey that Love at Calvary. almost that which was lost" Luko :
    district manager In work. There Is' at $208 a month. His own If there is a reduction: In the 1 2.000 when /
    Gainesville ago He the I
    I no change in the CITIZENSTo years sufI 19:10.: Let us view Him at
    degree of Pastor First Baptist hurch; :
    announced I security disabled benefit disability payment for this
    this week; These impairment I fered Ills Son to die for the Immaculate throne of mercy ,
    Involve a change In the laws I disabling. considered to be I is $140 and: his wife anj child r reason it will generally be- less Lawtey, Fla. tn.i of the entire human race. and grace. where He ever i i
    disability definition,, as well as I Workers I each get $70 for a total tamely than the reduction la od-ag.! I < the (1'00I'l"Ople' of .... j I The scene at Calvary was the llveth to make Intercession l'I '
    others.In 62:! who be- social benefit of $280 benefits. Bradford County, the Senior .
    I come a TheMeaning of Christmas consummation of the manner to the Father for all that will ;
    the past entitled after 1965 ta: month. The two types of bene Two pro.lslons.m affectblind Citizens Club extent!! warmest "But when the fulness of the deem them that were under
    disability benefits i social scene, for had He not shed Ills come unto Cod by Him.
    could be poll only to a security disability insurance fits total $433 a month. His people. One eases the greetings fora very MeirryChrlatmas time WAS come Ood sent 100.tllHis Ui claw that we niluht ,receive blood at Calvary the manger 'I Yes Christ is the Answer Ii ,
    person whose disability was men's and work- average earnings Is $360. work requirements for young and a Happy New Son made of woman, the adoption ot sons Gal} scene of Bethlehem would ,
    expected to be "of long-con I be compensation; benefits Therefore, the family social people who are disabled by Year. made: under the law, to remenu 4:4.: 5.Yes.. ha110 real meaning.
    tined and Indefinite may affected by a new offset security benefit Is reduced to blindness Under:! this provision Our meetings for the your ended God sent forth Ills. !Ion I For we read also "Without I II i I
    duration. i provision In the law. This the nal'k8\lal will
    $152 a month so that the total Dec. 11 with a Christmasparty of I
    a blind worker who is disabled that through Ills shed' bloodat shedding of ills blood .
    provision prevents a disabled amount payable! in benefits is at tha Recreation Center. follow at the (Florida Theatre.
    Now, a worker will be able t worker before he reaches 31 will Calvary, all men might become there would be no remission
    to get disability benefits if l his total benefit from getting more in no more than 80 per cent ofavt'raae be insured! if he has worked The Kalint beautifully Newly aim-ted l officers will sons of Ood for we of Mns." Heb 9:33.: And we i
    payments than comluot the next regular meetIng -
    decorated for the occasion.
    Impairment Is earnings. about one-half of the time also read "For ye are all the also "But This
    read. Man.
    expected;! to he
    last earned before he ,became A of the Club on Jan. 23: ,
    Another the _
    law surprise during
    change in the periodof
    12 calendar months even if disabled. after he reaches age 21 and 7:30 chlUlien' of Cod. by faith After He Had Offered One
    he Is expected to I' permits a person who has before his! disability! began. A exchanging: gifts was Santo p.m. at the Recreation In Jean" Christ. Qitl, 3:36.: Sacrifice For Sins Forever
    recover in The offset provision requires started retirement Claus arriving with a "U,>, Ho, Center I.
    the future. receiving minimum of one and: one-half The exact date of the birthof I Sat Down On The Right Hand
    However, that the social security benefit benefits to become eligible for years of work U needed by I Ho," and a Merry Christmas Thin reporter on oohalf of the Lord Jesus Chi 1st Is not I I
    under the new law be reduced the to all. tho Senior Citizens to
    as I so that monthly disability payments.If young people who become : wishes yet known yet December 25 U
    under the old. a worker is combined benefit (social sec' he becomes disabled before blind before they are :24. HarPY birthday was sung I extern! thitnka to HUll fiercer n date, set aside for commemoration 1
    considered Is disabled only if he I urity and workmen's compensation reaching age 65. The! second( provision! affects .Mildred: Drlnroll, Tom Hanson : : and' Gene Raeburn for theirdoilloRtol of t the fleshly' birth of *
    unable to perform any sub I ) does not exceed 80 I Previously a peflOn'ho had the blind worker' 55 years of Elsie Stein, uiul I Rose I co-oponttkm and to Christ. Christ Jesus come M
    stantial gainful activity be- per cent of average monthly reached age 82: and started receiving age or over. Such worker Bonuwajv.it.Blrth.tl.iy. the Kecroitlon LVpt. of Urad- the wny-showrr for all men *

    I I retirement benefits may! now be eligible for cake, fruitrnke! j I ford County for the generous and Ho declared "For I am *
    could not become eligible for monthly payments If he Is unable punch and coffee were nervtJ.Thirty I help and mipport. We also give the way and the! truth and MERRY
    disability: payments even If he to engage in his former or more gifts' were I thanks to G< became disabled before reachIng occupation! Under the old law. fonatr l by our monitors W be his coverage of the Senior Clt- cometh unto the Father but by j
    age 65Retirement. he could receive benefits only delivered to the children In liens new in the Bradford me." John 1-1::6.
    i iHo
    ( benefits started If he wn unable t-: performany Sunlaml, Gainesville by Ro,r" I County Telegraph.YV I not only came n+ th.< I' *
    I before age 65 are reduced to substantial gainful work Hnlaall Elva Scott and Rolland I hr>pe you all have the wayhower. He gave up hcnv- >k-
    Q44DI : take into account the fact that t Under: the\ nw! l.nv as under Colon. merriest of Merry Christnut.lf'si j
    : the' old. benefits cannot Our ..nnlvcr ry U-ner will I and a healthy happy and prueperous .- i

    '*e pill ll h" Is! nrtn.Vlv' ennatnu take (p-lncei. tit the Httllttuv Inn New Year
    I '' in substantial gainful nt 6:30:: p.m. Jan' II, and I r\: I Joe Kerrlginc il

    I activity d-! .n'h' -". ''' free movie with the rnmpli- / I

    I I 1965 'i Persona! who have any questions I r p 31r
    about their rights or re-

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    Ir ;1E'idzH: gt I J everywhere.
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    "1965 wish for you to 1 holiday will bring llo1iJ"l} Grcctjn3sw. : .

    have a joyous you and your p1965 *
    Christmas do.l not. family the best you o *
    everything. Happy and Holy'
    May I In* joy and nqppmeil
    As celebrate the birth Christmas -19 we again
    J.coro'' your home ,this r 4'I
    of Christ; may His spirit of peace and i
    Chriilmat; to'
    love renew our faith and brine us joy. Leila' Dress Harold C. Wall, I

    n 1:111": Mae Smith Judy. KdwuriNKubertM:
    May /Ih. true ; at and
    Jerome Johns spirit Williams Jewelry Gift Shop HI: ,,line 1'olson (George:
    Christmas; inlet' your .
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    ; All Of You At Your House

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    ti George L. Patten Gene Long
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    Circuit Judge Tin '.\r
    BUCK'SGROCERY Thorn L. Cagey, Jr. J. R. Kelly

    and Loan Hupl. nf I'uMltr" Instruction Tan Collector!
    First Federal
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    -,: J;{,.-\ '; I Edward A. Dempsey Jr., JD I loans from eligible veterans Age Limit Raised
    '\J ,A. I pawl!; and Christopher Pta- with farm experience; are given
    :. r '", "1{ chlk BSEE i electrical en- preference. For DependentsOf
    I i aldct gineering]LCharles Loans may be made to pay Disabled Vets '
    :.. /'> .4:' I Edward: Fletcher of for equipment, livestock feed

    If I t: Lake Butler received a Bach- fertilizer, and other farm and M. T Dixon: of the Fla.
    I elor of Science Degree. home operating needs or to I|.Dwpt.' of Veterans Affairs announces -
    :-;'l At Florida State University enlarge, develop and buy that the maximum
    What Do You Want FROM Christmas?
    Tallahassee, James Douglas farms finance Income-pro- age> of a chill, in order to be
    ) KEW COURTHOUSE" Seymour Jr., of Starke received ducing recreation and enterprises i I I recognized as a dependent of
    I a BS degree in Business at and refinance debts: or I a disabled veteran by the Ver-
    rrTI commencement exercises last. to build and;! repair needed' erans Administration! has been
    II I Friday. homes and essential farm I raised from 21 to 23 years,
    f. H buildings; or to develop water provided the chill Is unmar-
    Veterans EligibleFor supply systems for irrigation, ried and enrolled in a courseof
    household use and livestock instruction at an approved
    : Farm Loans drained! farmlands: : and carryout ; educational Institution;.

    To Cover Needs soil conservation measures ( Dixon further stated: that
    [ and to pay exp-n'Ws! Incurredby i this law. also increasing compensation

    M. T. Dixon of the Fla. natural disasters. payments to veterans -
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs Dixon urge veterans' interested j i with service connected
    states that veterans of World In such benefits to apply i, disabilities effective December
    War I, World War II. and the to the local Countv Farm :, 1, and the change In the
    Excerpts From Christmas Message Korean Conflict and certain I:I Home Administration Office age limit of a child for which
    peacetime servicemen who had I or write P. O. Box 1437 St. additional dependency allow-

    By Dr. J. Wayne Keitz active duty in the U. S. Army Petersburg I| lowance may be paid will assist -
    o Navy Air Force Marine Corps l. -, se.eral thousands of disabled -

    !President, University of Florida y/J Ici t7-1 Jxk : : or Coast Guard during the II I _veteran m Florida
    4.. ; : period from April 16. 1917 I
    through March 31 1931, or II I
    Between now and Christmas there Such an attitude of thoughtfulness the period from Dec 7. 1941

    will be the familiar question, "What is important every day of the year. It ,l, fQ through Jan. 31. 1955. with 9 I

    :ido you want for Christmas?" It may is the outward expression of love, the discharge or separation under -

    be asked by a friend eager to be pleased most powerful force in all the world.St. Iff. .. t! other than dishonorable conditions I

    with a desired gift, by a parent who Paul wrote in that chapter which can apply to the

    seeks to fill a genuine need, or by is'! one of my favorites, "Love suffereth '. r" Wet.5r. II IIl' Farmers Home Admlnstratlon.

    someone who is interested only in long and is kind, love envieth not; love ,'.... offers Dept. of supervised Agriculture credit, which and

    comparing notes. The exchange of gifts vaunted not itself, is not puffed up. nranagemeent/ advice to farm

    has become !such' an important char- Doth not behave itself unseemly, *' iiASSEssor and rural families unable to(

    acteristic of Christmas that it threatens seeketh not her own, is not easily '. get sufficient credit from any
    to obliteate the deeper significanceof provoked thinketh no evil. Rejoicethnot .' other source at reasonable

    this holy season. in iniquity but rejoiceth in the I rates and terms to finance SeLsons M

    truth. Beareth all things, believethall p actual needs. Applications for Greotinqs

    AS we grow older, the material all things things.$ hopeth Love all never things faileth., endureth" SCF+oot- edAl: '.J"...,. ,

    gifts contribute less and less!!!! to the ; ..''f
    joy of the occasion. Being with those .. --' i A

    we.love, seeing the happiness in others Here is stated the greatest of human -" ...,;...'. .

    to which we have contributed, and virtues. Its practice can permeateour I

    sensing anew the great meaning of thoughts and actions in every mo- "While visions of sugar plums danced through their heads'* i>iJ] I

    Christmas these are the aspects ment of our lives. Its practice can

    which take on increased importance.So sweeten strengthen and enoble all re-1 1

    instead of asking ourselves, "What lationships. ,' Area Students CHRISTMAS ...JV
    : do you want FOR. Christmas!, it is
    more realistic to ask, "What; do you : NEWS And NOTES Receive DegreesAt 1965 {

    want FROM Christmas." Love in its practice and acceptanceis UF and FSUSix We hop; .
    universal. It forms the backdrop, ,, For Today's Homemakers 1(ey
    as it were, by which we weigh the area residents' received, tau!' Gent
    The first thing we should want application of all human values.!'! But Hy Martha Sue McCain degrees at the clone of the fall P briny will

    : FROM: Christmas i is a deeper understanding to meet the challenge, love and good County Extension trimester at the I'nlveislty 01 you muc h

    I of and dedication to its will must be positive and meaningful i Home l Economics Agent( Florida last Friday. ch eer. _
    ; spiritual meaning. We read in j Two from Starke were: Diid-
    and not the of
    mere payment lip ser- t V.. I
    _. | ley P. Hardy, and Franklin
    : Gospel of John that "God so loved the vice. -- -
    R'tch. both with law school
    world that lie gave His only begottenSon. : TASTE l'Ii'sN:'';('K: FOR poxal of gift wrappings.) Do JD [Juris( Doctor]a.
    : ." The Christmas event celebrates LtFT-OVFK, TURKEY: not hang<< metal foil 'Icicles'

    the gift of God's love. From that day There are ever so many other examples Creamed Turkey And over wires or tree light 1, were From Darlene Keystone Elizabeth Heights:

    to this, it has put a new dimension in which could be given whereina l\lushrolmsU""e: DOM'T use lighted candle on Campbell. B. S in Nursing
    : all human'relatlons. life dominated by love can not only be One-fouith cup finely shopped the Christmas Lice 01 with b5
    more serene but above all more meaningful onion. one-fourth cup other decoration Flac"' ti-u" 9ir 1965W.
    und more effective in achievingour finely chopped green pepper well away from fireplace 01'
    It has been always the church founded 2 tablespoons butter 1 can other location whole It Is *x
    personal and broad social 'gonl .
    I 110 Mi 1 cdn den of '
    oz ;.ed cream rposc.1: to sparks or straw 'rent
    : by the One whose birth we celebrate But let us end where we began. Christmas mushroom soup, one-half teaspoon Keep (Issue wiuiMJliu.( ,way N. ( Hurt) YAUN AMI EMPLOYEESOF ; ; ;:
    which has nurtured and kept began with the gift of God's love. suit, one-half cup light from howt DON'T attach" toi
    alive these glad tidings. Our debt to It can be observed only as we respondto cream. 1 cun 10 I oz. I slicedbroiled many light strings to one outlet :

    : Jesus and the church He founded can this with the gift of ourselves. St. mushrooms, 2 cups and be stile Insulation Is '-' W. S. BADCOCK FURNITURE &
    never be repaid. But we can, by our Francis of Assist gave a great summation cooked diced tut key. not worn or sockets loose! A Bradford Abstract
    : obedience to Him and through our when he prayed: In an electric skillet cook blown fuse U the signal of a APPLIANCE ASSOCIATE STORE
    support of and allegiance to His onion and green pepper In dangerous overland Be inn Company

    I church, show forth our gratitude. It melted butter until tender, fuses me tight size Never usea
    ''.calls for a constant renewal of our O Lord, make us instruments of thy about 4 or 5 minutes. Add penny in fuse socket( IX)
    mushroom soup, salt and light keep tree in water from time -r
    faith and continued peace;
    a commitment to cream. Blend well and heat you bring It home. Make. fresh
    .. the church and its mission. Where there is hatred, let us sow' thoroughly over low heat. I saw cut across the trunk base

    love; Drain and add mushrooms and before setting up. Place tree In ,.
    Where there is injury, pardon ; turkey stirring lightly but I water-containing holder and 1
    What do you want FROM Christmas Where there is discord, union ; well. Heat until piping hot and ; fill it dally Remove dry tree dr.' .. '
    ? The joy that comes from giving Where there is doubt, faith; keep hot at t the table I from premises immediately

    rather than of receiving. And Where there is despair, hope; Holiday Hints From after holidays. ee=
    the deepest joys will come not so Where there is darkness, light; National Safety Council FLAME I'ltOOP' FOK.MIXA

    much in giving material gifts, how- And where there is sadness, joy.O Use flame resistant Icicles 9 oz. Borax, 4 oz. Boric acid!:!, .
    tinsel, and other decorations.No 1 gallon I
    water one-half teaspoon
    ever pleasant that may be, but of giv- divine Master, grant that we may
    candles on or near the of any low-sudsing de-
    ing and sharing yourself. Make sure not so much seek to be consoled I. tree. Be sure the snow around tergent.. Mix thoroughly Saturate be with
    that Peace
    you give your parents a goodly as to console: the tree will not burn. Keep I tree or greens
    part of your time. Share with them To be understood as to understand ; waste basket handy for diaI DATE-PECAN: BARS all during

    your experiences and thus show your To be loved, as to love; One cup butter or margarine you

    j, appreciation for all that they have For it is In giving that, we receive. I ; 2 cups; sugar; 3 eggs1 1 this Holy time.
    for a new! courthouse and
    given you. teaspoon baking soda; 2 teaspoons
    It is in pardoning that we are pardoned. -
    giving everyone an opportunityto water: 1 8 oz. package
    be heard! on the subject.' I dates cup'up; 3 cups sifted
    A visit to an invalid or an elderly And it is in dying that we are born The final choice may not flour: 1 teaspoon! cinnamon 1 FAULKNER'SSinclair
    to eternal life. please everyone-as Indeed it teaspoon nutmeg, one-fourth
    person can bring more happiness than Service
    : could not-but the Commission teaspoon ground cloves dash'
    any gift you could purchase. AMEN ;
    la making an effort to of salt: 1 cup chopped 1 pecans; PAUL FAUI.KNKR:

    please as many. .as. possible. 2 tablespoons sugar. I ,

    Farmer's the country know full well the After a hearing on the sites margarine Cream and together:2 cups butter sugar or G)I'' c:9\t: \ Cl ristrnastf l"t ,
    Diary Insecurity that goes with leaving '
    Commissioner Zedra Hamilton
    until light and fluffy Add
    a your place unprotectedwhile I Jokingly remarked that he has i eggs one at a time, beating tL ffirn, fits pmvlLwltfLtflL r "
    you go away on a visit. '
    J lly Sam McGurvey; a fine site out Brooker for well after each addition.
    And there have been many : the courthouse, but that's one
    Combine baking soda and
    shoppers and:! In some ways cases in which thieves have \
    we would oppose, a* we have ; water, and blend into creamed! (9\t GTritma5
    the place resembled the "Ant backs" up a truck and have one! of our own to offerevenIf mixture. Add dates ,
    HU1' as described:: by a disgruntled tooted homes In this northeast It Is north of Lawtey I e
    Sift ,
    together flour cinnamon
    sportswriter, after the section. of the state mants infuunamfiTto man
    nutmeg, cloves anj salt
    Tornadoes whipped his team. Sam has a new recipe he has and add gradually to creamed
    This sea.aol"e, have prosperity It happened' some years ago : come up with in his temporaryrole mixture. Blend In pecans. wanes fortuant tfour /rwurs.
    01\,& wide scale and U we, to Sam's folks up in Jackson- as chief cook and bottle- Chill dough several noun .
    had it would be com- ville. 'They went out one night ,
    peace washer: It seems he came
    or overnight to make it easierto
    plate& to a Candlelight Christmas 8't' Christnas
    home with a dozen eggs (extra handle. On a lightly flouredboard ,
    service and returned home to large) and carelessly placed shape into ,
    : dough
    There was plenty of rain last etate's Attorney '1'. E. Duncan find their home stripped of them on n klt.<-ht'1cablnt't. 10 rolls each approximately about ... :
    <' weekend and both the berries and his assistant Mack everything moveable- including'Christmas The carton slithered of I.: 10 Inches long and three- "T- J care onarth sct/nvos.sibr"/
    and the winter crop of greens Futch. are to be complimentedfor presentsand crashed to the floor and 10 of I fourths Inch in diameter Place i
    should have enough moisture their strong prosecutionof even blankets for the beds. In them were broken. JjTOOtJR
    In the ground for some time to the thieves who looted a the trial here last week. Duncan I 2 rolls on each! greasec halting mow maneGous(
    come. And K the weather Lawtey home last springIn L. exposed! the racket of dls- No doubt an experienced sheet and press with fingers I

    I pattern holds true -rain 101A' his summing up to the J Jury ['posing of stolen household housewife would know what to flatten into one-fourth Jtfit t tC1i ristnla5 couS
    lowed by cold both crops Duncan paid special tribute' to goods' and broke up at least the heck to do with 10 eggs. Inch thickness.: Bpl'lnkl.Ith N ; (ivCo.trrou3fi !.
    q > should benefit. Deputy Robert Green for his one gang of thieves. but Sam. as a 4th rate cook remaining sugar. B.tke 15 to I "
    to 18 minutes .t 330: degrees :: arC365 ,
    outstanding work in solving had c
    : a problem with only two While hot. make! diagonal MANY FRIENDS f RSHUFORD'S a&$ Efthlf ar:
    'T JTstarke .tores were crowded the case.: On a happier note we see" persons In the ,family. So he slices l', inches apart to
    I Mils week with I where the! county commission mnde a "broken-egg" omelet
    . t '.. Christmas form burs." Cool on wire rack
    Those of in who live out In I is making a telectlon of a site king-sized and (containing by
    ---- Yields 8-6 do.en bars. Your Sunshine Service friends and J1eisrhhou
    -- way of an extra ingredient
    : To you and yours the Agricultural J} :
    i bits of eggshells.Trurth offer their warmest wason'sto greetings
    Extension Service
    wishes\ the happiest of holidays : you and your family.
    L ESTABLISHED 1879 fully, the dish was no I I and best wishes for a .
    j r rd great big howling success and 'bright, safe, and prosperousNew
    a 1:. L. MATTHIW. EDITOR. AND Pu' .Lt NCl In the Interests of accuracy: I Year! '
    I it may be noted that Alice prepared I J' Service Station

    IP\.O'UD.' ... OLDEST WCINLV. NCW*rA.aR P'U.L.leHaD' CONTINUOUeiV > the meals during! the : Oils. (In:'. Lubrication:
    UNDCn THC SAM* "'AeTHa..oPueLleMIID .. ensuing days.
    r. Tire TuN>, Acces

    t d. 'Po.T OFFIC' [ AT STAHKK.: FLA.. U.ocRAeT, or. MARCH' .. '.7.. this time', to extend to every'" S sories'alnut 301 So. : FLORIDA
    one our best wishes for POWER I IICNT
    a mer.ry COMPANY
    Christmas and a happy J Starke. Flu. HU I". tuno HOKIOA
    otrrsnxn TRADE AREA ONH TDAR MOO . six MONTHS MJ New Year .; I II I
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    I,........... ....... and trousers and white shirts I' and Primary Class of the family first of this week to upend the daughter I -
    The Mamie Agnes .ronts'' long branch Biiptlitt Church. Leonard Wilkinson received Christmas holidays, with :Mrs) I lour 'ciuicspom'-nt" .! \ vvi". hei
    Elementary Band were diftHHod Tho group of cm-ill fry enjoyed emergency treatment for an ,,1'a Ltt A X V ILL E In whit and played two Christ- II cokes cookies) acid drinks, auto accident near Ills Jacksonville I I Mrs. J. Marlin:\ Coleman end and a Happy, Holiday Season j NEWS.:?..

    I9! 65 I' man Carol after which they exchanged home Thursday night. II I
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    f. t udmq t Bj Mrs. A. C. Slade The Glee Club 811ng three gift. Other teachers attendingwore : Mr.( and Mts. !Earl" Mosley!
    t Christmas) Carols and the Alma I Mrs. Reglnnl Taylor. Jr.. and family and Fbone 2S9-4I91 \SKKTIIALX
    Mater which they< wrote last Mrs Henry Caruso and Miss vTofcby attended' the Christmas NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED f
    : ..holm........ .... I j_ ..nc'\( ?to ley. Pnxernm. ul1day. night at the CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUN IYKWKKATION Registration: for the ..aket"nil t
    year.The League are now openift
    Concert Band played The Chrt"...ws Program at Clay Hill Bapttot Church.
    Maxvllle Alan In Viet Nam tin Recreation Centtr.fr'Allbov .
    ii'I "The Star Spangled a nner" L"g) Bianch Dtptuit Church ''Mr. and Mrs.( Donald 111etaan.1
    Maine Lance Corporal. S. M. 'o-n: I and' : : NF:1t'tA :
    and four Christmas Carols. held: Welneaclay: night. family left this week to {
    Christensen, son of Mrs. During the Concert Band's H-""rrlw 22 at 7:30: p.m. at spend the Christmas holidays Christmas program will First Born Church "v the may register any day
    every blessing of this Chrloter.scn' .la serving Melrl.j performance Land awards were tC' her ch. in Penni>'lvanla with relatives.! bo given Friday afternoon by I'' Living ChxI... Christmas will be I through Dec. 28. Registrationwill
    Christmas be yours Da Nang Motor of Viet presented to Faye Wildes Kay Nchuich! cervices were held< Mr. and Mrs. Karl, Campbell the management of the Reno ohservcd! by having gervicet close on Dec. 28 Leagues
    as you with th and Battalion 3rd<< :Marine nro offered for boys from ages
    Ryan and Harvey Harris. At i ? iriHv! r'"ht nt Long BranchBTtl'i managers of the Mnxvllle\ I Recreation Center for the teenage all,. night Saturday night
    gather with family and friends. Regiment a major Infan- tho close of the concert tho Ii = Chuwh or Maxvllle Truck Stop and Restaurant I try element!! : of the 3rd Division. HM 10 through. 13.
    band, played Christmas Carols L it Church due to weathMii. havo recently' purchased' new cordially invited for nn nftor- Church of Jacksonvillewill
    fi The BiUvallon's; primary mission for the audience to King. I i 'r"dLIC'\! ... hcnum trailer .n.' will be mov noon of fun.Ml'tlOOL. be present. throughout the c,Rr.TI: Nu4
    is to meet and captureor Following the concert\ refrethmenta : : I.eon Harris returned ing near :their bualneaa joon.lr. !' RUS: We are aching e veryservice The ttonid of Parka and
    destroy the enemy by weapon of cake and punch'I I'1 ,n'.ie" ThnraJny alter a weoka :\ '. and Mrs James. Cole- An Kmnnclpiitlon: Pnmm, one, to como out for u gtorlouflthn Recreation Department of the
    action, lira, maneuver or shock were served In the band room. S 'y !.i F:. Vlncf-nt's HospitalI m.t i and family moved) TMO will be held. lttuI" Refreshments were fuinl..)hed! I 1ppl:- i.ivlle.: \! day from their home here to at 3 p m. at Ploiisant drove: KKIer' Flax Howard pastor all the i 11I111rrlen.... a
    Corporal Chrtatous/i was by par.nt of the bund nivm- Mr nnl:' MIII.: Tommy Hodg- r'lcrson.Mr., Methodist. ('hlll'.n.urN ,Merry Me1 "rKmii and a
    graduated from Baldwin Jr. ben. Presiding .at the rcfie.n- ,I. .'m' v.ii.v: moved last week and 'tills: Har.sy Taylor by the adult program! and Not',e. Sulve..ter Franklin's: Happy New Yes We will be
    Sr. High School tan year and I ment tale was :Mrs. Chuck fi.Tri the Claude Green- house of Ft. L uderci\la arrived here community. Rev. J. II K. Williams n'ime wa omitte. I by error : looking forward to seeing ev- :.
    lived here with his mother Braddock .and CeJric Tildes! 'n ';1e flt-i Me Nolan house. I last week to spend the Christ. will be the speaker, I I f f' rim (the prmclpul's lie' last! eryorm in out -omlng enterprises -
    Mrs. Chrtatensen and later, At the close of the school.: '.f". aJA., .. Tommy Bram- mn. holidays with Mr. and Rev. William,* I I" superintendent week for tin Yew Yea,
    f KasHJKtro, before Joining thedorlne. day Friday children were dismissed ',.t.I'I'! children! arrived here Mrs. Vlnce Taylor and family.Mr. of the Noitheiutl Jackson. .
    \( .. I, for the Chr!.tmu: holluiyj Friday night: from their Texas and, Mrs non Rlchnlson mills' District and pasta' of --
    Present Concert I',, And will) return to school hmne to spend the Christmas and l children of Lexington Pleasant. Grove (,hlll"<'" V'irlnua I I wal
    Tie! Baldwin Music Depart January 3. All the elementary I hol'dnys!' with Mrs. Bramlvtt's I'aik.' Md.I arrived here Wednosihy I church choirs will '1i' ,",p.penring. -
    ment. under the direction. of pupils were treated! to party parents, Mr.( and .Mrs.I Carlos night to spend the Tho public 'IK .mv.-i-d, !
    William! A. .rok.",. band director refreshments; from 1 to 2:3il: 1I1rrl.. Chrlatnvus holidays with Mrs. to nttcnd.IIDKCII, 'al
    presented. their annual p.m. In their class rooma ui>" Friends" of Mrs.( Africa: Whitehead KlrholaoiVs mother, Mrs. F. II. (' N'HUSCirrntrr .; welcome
    ITS ?:KIIT; IF \\E WmTlIT" Christmas Concert Thursday was lamented! a 14;ft from : Mill .ba!\ sorry to hear nlioU Colanian.Kev.\ Allen Uhtpt i r atlf. '
    night Dec Ifl./ In the High Santa Clauv a patient" In Riverside! lloa W. O. Mathl of) Jarktonvlllo Church Rev L. A Rumnmutpnttor. ,
    LIFE & CASUALTY School (!ymnagium Narrator I, ChrlMniu. I'urtyTha rital In J ok..jtvllle.) The vialled, Friday" after The annual rhiprogram : 1 19661
    was Fred leer and acrompan- II I Young Married t..a..UuCI..1.U Whltehoad family: : are forme- noon with Mm. Avory Sn! INSURANCE:: COMPANYJ. :. M..SII Elaine: Cone. of the Maxville: ti.iptijt :II M:vtlle r'slden'ts.! :\ children.I School will be hold. I l-Vidn\,
    Church entertatneil wIth n Leroy Or'ffla! rorplve.1. emergfcv Tyrone Miller on of MM .. '
    Per the occasion the stage night in 34. nt 7 3O u..1. i S A of the fiat to on
    I C'httotmu: Saturday i J treatment Raturdty:: at Dorothy Miller, return,! home lip
    George< Donaldson \\.i* I'ecomtel in Christmas Sunday School, id n.m M.. \i-
    ( >renery ftei1 and \wtv'te) cnnJy .''g4:: at the home of SIr and i'I flu'"I Me 'cal 1 Center In: J.,ck- J I last Thursday. from IVirrl TMIn 1 Ing Worship.1 It ,n m Fwn- our friends at the
    LEADING- J REPKESKNTATIVE: cane. ''er" tving, on the stagernrlitivs Mr. tl...' !11 Drownln!:. The onvlll. After spending sevem'. nd.I H c. with u nioJIoftl' dls- Service 8pm. l Kv<>r\oi",, i ,; now year approach. ,
    and stars from the I h eity live guests! enjoyed. n.ua unde'guing trl.'At'1"11. ''h irge. C / +
    I'h. 4Gi.1915. I'. O. Ho-: 106ValJo.. Ha. sage! celling Acrcuis the front supper, ft,men and ,exchanging I Ml. CrliHd wa .:.hi. to n-'uin Ma'S LturoShy: Miller and, J I 4w
    of the stage was holiy and oth- ->l Jt?ts af ci-w ,..1.. ,,,n,,. Tyrone 1 left Friday for Indianato
    I Christmas ornaments. Colored I l.. >ng Hrunrli, n.lI'tI..t( Neun \ ! floret light. lit the stag Ordination HvrviceJ for Earl: 'f! Mtx\llle' U.ipt.st: Ct ItrI'lI.. days with relatives.Slt ,
    The tirst to perform was the Musley were held' Sunday afternoon .ens. 8u !sty d'nnor' : guest of and 1\Ina. Jessie.l PiulgettanJ ,
    Tonetti-, Choir, with four nt 2SO::: p.m. at the Mr and Mrs.( JuhnI".th% and children arrlveu. no-o tilt .

    Christmas Carols, The Tonettes -I church. Visiting preachers attending ,I
    ; the! services were. Rev
    \ we... dressed' i.t block skirt
    Cl.ire'rue 'Knight, pastor! of the ,
    Mt Zlon Iljpttst Church. Rev 1965v
    Ilobby Knht.\ put or of Max-,
    vll'i n"p.t. Church Othvrsattendtig RJ.NG IN TNE NEW
    I" IIr the ceremony from ,
    MM Mftxvllle tluptlst Church *ers
    1L ( Hill) Harris and' I) J.

    r Parruh. Attendirg from II gh> ,. ,
    r land: flay tit Chu ch was N. 1 Ui J 1

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    l: I :.10...'.'. entertained w'th -. ,
    i "'" .t IP 11 arty FrKlay night ., tIIIlIJI
    T ., 'it* hi* efts! the
    Intermediate' hays nt the '.*,nar' 1
    Itran. Pu'st < ..I..dHllr.. I
    ing' the even,! the group enJoyed ATTEND OUR
    I awn.., i I.>u>t a ,.1 exchange 0 I
    : / of gin& I. Hor'wes: ) for NE.\V YEAR'S EVE PARTY
    r. \the rarty wee MM C:large \
    : :\.\.I".y..nd, :. I* >>d Khcxlen.Mr ;: Friday, Dec. 31 11 P.M. Till ? ? ? "
    / Joe PuJir :i ( Ronnie )
    1965 entertalred it h"' home f''at.urdayaftl'mnon'.t Bowl Danco Eat
    r pm-wnn And Joy of the Ilk.. Fiats: will he furs te'a
    a Christmas. : party for the flown IIN manytames/ n you
    Crane Roll llvglnnvrs! Class. i oionto every nUhe.l. Itrlnlf your own' drlntiti.: Hrln-f nockn. to dnncp

    MERRYa familyweknow.'I'IIF In. ThM-f ilun- rnnUMtVnlt, Jitlcrhuif.:, Twist" ,

    1965 Se8S n'sffeet111gS IteHrr nllon.. must lu mite In ndvnnrr. $S per'
    ? ChristmasCheer 1966 re III'| le. 'U
    C I'liiinc !))1(1.151)1STARE )
    gift of great Shop ( LANES .

    : joy this Yule. ,

    ._ w. toile this opportunity 'to with
    Red Alvarez you all the belt during this '65-66

    FARMER'S MUTUAL EXCHANGE Service Station Holiduy Season.

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    Ibis Holy cllJ.
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    new. Our best wishes to you t j oJl J

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    Community State Bank yours d ,ear. -i-

    CORPORATION ._.4 .. "",,,- .
    Of >f Doyle E. ConnerIn F.lf
    Starke'I''I'IIE x OF FLORIDA

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    *' Kitten De1k. Conner Conner eo -..".reIMIto.i.Thompson-NSMraa. The Bradford! County Telegraph & Employees.

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    r\r.r. TWFI.VE BRADFORD COTTNTT m.r.an\rn.: ': HTARKK. FLORTDA TTTT'ItSD1Y. nF.C"J' : WQ5I !) :

    tiltm lix< 1 UnionsAritVi \ ". itp, rn l ling iinil. *.i. MPIh I 'i* ... -
    Homemade Candy AcSth Sparkle/ rvic .
    I I I! p. Plj' ir hellayrnfUtiIOl : < In rolfr< .illmi 1 U S. Till"olj .". -Mrnl' IINI' r "II t" ,..J. i nil1,1<'! .M i..NMjiih.f' '
    Make Wonderful Walnut Whirl IH I 1.11\.-. I i rrlutr' "' nt4' ,, ... .
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    ) gs Mrs. Harrcll .. | > fi n. IM ui t 'ip-' '' t !IIMU.: :: .1. I'' \1(:
    ( I Ii: Ilrl s.Ji iotiIMC fin, Mllllurj. H|, fu, ,
    Ar:3 'Good Tcss'lo' To Christmas ).11" i r. nil ,, ,. .t. IT" and,,.., ?' l II.p.I i i I I ii k
    : .'l- in )" '.'-lna; ''Ii fins: : For The Holiday Whirl.V" \t Brooker tlonH' :M I Ll111'I '. fnrhigh .. ii.'nl at "iiuijor u I cnnpnny: in'.- (c": : \1.1,
    output! dh rat ( titrtiH'rTttnkcRne ,. .
    the I 1 ISSIGLASS
    lea. .t I
    lieu'- n recipe( tar ; _....-._ .,. << ".... .' '" .... .. '. oil It nhill HI!*n ,.
    Ohi'-fmas' is always more rc'-l In ni titers: I urnnvp p ,il,' fucli.j/ you (VO; taste : w .", f n11! the' III n"bel" w' &0.- ,
    I in''r i '! r''l "r M:1: *
    Jr rs.: en1 f-stirs whrn ,ml nvm'it-.i"!. Cinpa! I I'Ih II ('hoe"J.\'e I'liilitc oinmonilfitlimii" fur Ser I ii':
    I "ilnh' r. -> IIi'll.. C5.!\ of |IN 1 l.ubrlratlrn, !i Our Business
    tl' c's hom-m-lo canly! : In \\ ., 1'\1\ 1 ui'cr.'aI'' 1 b.1:: ; t I :2} 1-ouure squar: 'S. ui'weetpne.l -. iifnvare! peril' i pt 3 u. in 4. Muter oil In r lap InlH.

    t', hoit a. Maklr-j r.-in-'y at I boll Cr>]c o m'ult '-, TJJ'I r'.i' : chocolate 3,4,, cup mlik 'lit '1r'...' ""d'>v. Df: 15 In the tiuart, ,'..n" and .,i (flIlU,...I

    r', 1-'ma 1 :: '; 1- 1t. 1tton! worthkr off "' .,tel'. ana up it' roo'cl' 'u ":added! 2 cii.>i sugar' : 1 t. u I -.....'"'7 ei ""ii! ,t. Burjtl: Church of BrDolt- drum Clnmi To meet:M M-.M A: I I'Ii I III H. ,ivies fO "If It's (Glass] We have: It" I

    ,r"n' !'f alive And 1 it can b:? p o '(rss. Cut j 1'rri! in nuiitui-: spoon= liiht coin syrup 2 i, ? 't'. ....,7."u" 'r w'th' Hcv. Jirne L. Temple avullultl.. 's A KOrnit :. CALL WRITE or VISIT
    to the lift inch C.mbiii' syrup tablespoons: butter or maniui J 10 W IhiMiiKh" I"W
    an answer problem Btlips! ) : r and Rev. L. L. Parker olflclitlnsr. -
    and, mutt MIM.ar-' } FOR ANY GLASS NEED
    1 U-e your cwn homemade FUgar and hot \\ .'tC!'. Cook inc. 1 teaspoon vanilla.: t4j Kper l pflfli-Hlli M I L-L

    candles m a cpntcrplece for over slow heat( stliilna until Malt chocolate In milk. Add:! + Mrs. Harrell. a resident of 2104 A. We Design/: :Modern Store Fronts:

    thi dining table. Parties take sugar Is ;iissol.ed; Acid grape-) sugar and corn syrup: cook a w+tll'r4 Brooker ain'-e 111115.B1ed Mon- D. All uurixipx. Krea*" nil, *
    grade 00 and 110 > vultoi Just Mail Us A Pattern For
    on an added sparkle when you fiuit peel ,n1 cook to 230 decrees slowly stirring 8'titly until lay. Dec 13. in Alachua, General and S5 Ritltfin. Arum fleatluhrlrote '. Table

    arrange R lazy si'son with! an !. oi until a Uttlp mixture sugar! dissolves.! Cook gently to Ho"pltal> after short! illness ,. mtiHt tIeI'I.all..lI., meet. M I TopsSHEA'S
    I.L (105
    assortment!" of candv. forms a very sort ball In cold soft-ball stage I 1210: degrees! I She wan a native of 6. Multi-rum! .. 'Jrimm Ii.. i

    Candled fuilt peel is a wnter Pt -'I I will bo transparentand stirring frcqu"ntly. Remove I Ix Onorirla and a member\ of the 3!> Id ,'ontilni. anti 12VT t GLASS CO.
    riorl.-'a! favorite. It may be most of the stager( will be from heat: add butter and cool Brooker. lb. ,"on.ln..r. /
    First Daptlst Church of All No 2 Marl and,I Kero- D Yl
    u-d in cakes, cookies, divinity eb'ioibed.' r:"move peel' from fit room temperature to luke ,,'n" to h.. .1I.pll..d, I'' (NOT INC.)

    fudije. or as can-iy. syrup; drain. Roll each stile warm 1110 dppreesl:: withoutstirring. the Courttifiilm Awrlrulturul -
    Surviving! are! one itauxhterMrs llull'llnic. Health 1313 N.W.4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2'.t353
    Home cccromi.ts! with the! in gnmulated: suiar !. Ads:! vanilla; beat Geneva Ware of St. Petersburg t- i

    Florida Ag'.iru'tunl:! Extension: i Candled Orange! Peel: Substitute vigorously! until fudge become1 : three soni Malcolm :

    Service peel from 4 lane\ : or- thlrk anl:! lo< Its iloss .
    sucjrst this! melhndfor !! very es! O. and Guy Harrell. both of ..
    making rnndlcd!::! fruIt peel: nnies. substitute ono rup water Quickly] spread in greased pan I
    I' Rrooker. and V L. Harrell of
    Candled! Fruit feel In whlo'i orange peel! wnscooltI When film cut In squares > ct' Petersburg; three brother. L A ,1 S 0 fJ S r, lR\ it E T
    2 large Branefrnit nip : for man cup hit wnb'rCandied t One cup broken! nut meats
    i Q W Rabin of B ook"r. Wll-
    ]lllht,: ran svnip :2! cur iuir.:: i Lomon Peel : Sub- may be added or the fudge Yard Reborn of St. P'tpr btlr'. : TV Cold Storage Grocery Store
    1 can, hot water may be kneaded when hard bi
    and Alvin Raborn of Jackion-!!
    Wash grarvr'iMf: remove I I formed into rolls!, and:j sliced. > villethree: iiters.!! ]ftri Cecil I i I, ,.". : ft' :
    Rentlllly :
    I If :''ellirt'd.Onet1111'(1( cup cocoa \ t'fi '

    --,. -- -- '6$ I may be"' 'l substitntM cholo1RtIn for: thfiin'wcptpn I.",. "41? ,..o-4" h.. a____ __ Tn B Moore.: Mirton.Knnw'es.Jack! TnmpT Pilatki nnv111e: ; an-1 AI-io Mrs.! Mrs.' R. llr 1;I.:r.nI:. !rl'll'f .' t" I 1

    a1Y' t I e'easbutter to 3 rablespoonsRplrie Out of this world are Chocolate Walnut Whirligigs. Little 'I' 1.-t 'it'7
    a'debt e'andrhtldren'nni \f
    :m vt mnk-"i] :T dn7-ti pieces fiatellitpH of slider satisfaction, they're an easy mixture of melted (:; .i. f I .
    ..mi. we..t chocolate morsels, sour cream and other simple in- eight ureat-Brandrhll- .
    Here's a recipe:;> that requiresno gradients shaped l into hnlln. and then rolled twice in a tantalizing : irn I I $1 Per Day ;t.tji: r t.
    rnnitlm-: of California walnut and water crumbs. The result .
    coating Tntnl-ni'nt was 'in New Jinn"rvnrtorv AlA > K\V I' mr\KI.K ,}.
    tI No-C'on'i Peanut, ftutlcr i is. a confection sumptuous> in texture, and ultra-elegant in flavor. near Bronker with' .Jt' .' i

    l Coconut RolVt Dark rich: a revel for those who like HWCI-U that have character .T*>neTohn' PnnPril TTOTl ,,;, : 'J..t \ \ .
    I you'll find these. elegancies extremely simple to make ahead ori EmersonDahmer's .'t\\ .
    cup peanut> buttrr, 11 and keep chilled as holiday fare for choosy. people. "' Oln"- .Hie] In charge of arNOTIf i f :. "'

    I II I cup corn svrup 2 teaspoon: (:.horn- alnul Whirligigs ....l'I"m..r.s.:: I }\ if't .
    water. 3 tabl'sp'nns; mn'a'' .
    1 6-ounce package ((1 cup) '/i cup finely crushed '
    'TV milk' snll:'s ',., tes')') "* emi-Hweet chocolate vanilla wafers' -t J b'if 1
    t a f I IT nf I'''I'IMI\ .aItvrra :i .
    t s salt 123 cups sine cnnfe morsel 'r4' sifted confectioners .
    cup ,
    rt r i I Ip tin"-s| suaar. 1 rtn m'1I! ,r \' cup commercial sugar .Hi..'Hn*. 'IM IM'mint hniiitv, nrU 4"n N rlin' MIIV t 112 I;. Call "h '>11.1"7':' I

    ( rhr. ../'.4rl f .. co"iirit rat flnr. sour cream 1 talileHpnon' softened butter 'lm unilrMU'-in.fl, timlth' ,. prxlsl ''.. I Let Us Prepare Your Beef and
    1 l'/a' cups chopped Cnlifornite 1 tablcHpoon quick / ( n" >.f rimuliT 20'II"' fin,-< "-
    GT I ,aYlr Blond peanut butter nn-1' walnuts divided l cliocolate-flitvored mix; : if. Klxrlcl''I .\rtn of 'nil will -- PorI For Your Deep Freezer.
    \ "'11\, \ pvrup sr\\lr In w itorrrmhlnp divided 1 i r "l Irtnr M'/fh' tin' fi. rk fif tin' ,
    / tvunpoon salt teaspoon rum flavoring ; ,::, : :
    'Ir'iilt In nnlnr l
    i it.1 ml'k sn'Its, salt nn-J 1 teaspoon; water f'nrl "IIIIIIKV titl.' 1"I'.r"llI. IIIK.Hrit'l n r-- HOUSEHOLDPESTS tBr t rill! rr4 -im.. ami l I lt{n|phpr.. There n t til he n

    .neat, rth' In s'"I'"'' ." !Melt\ semi-sweet chocolate morsrls over hot (not boiling() wnler. ...,I... ",' ",'c..nf i-r iMiiiihi.ii, I.. ti, orth'i 4mAll: IVe fo.- lif-!; 'ip---nut h"ringnwt? i 00 perPel
    J .*.1! ppnit kr"-1 Remove from water; stir in snur cream '/% of the walnuts n..tli... HIP rii'tltl'Ht' '. ur. r .
    tin imtr cup -trrl fli ;
    I'"'H" Iii/ ili r Hhoii., under, i whl'hi I, :
    and l of the Null. Chill until firm. Combine
    I-r"-iTvi1v" 1 .b'nlrFom' '" teanpoon .. .
    1 A E 0 ."'*-' 1> 'n" and| In hun'n.' I- itmurk. I "F''r rut end! wrapptn!' ? 5'jc' > ll>. with
    *' remaining 1 chopped.I walnuts, I.; tpahpoon salt and remain Y DMreeNwY j per paper.
    { : *" 1'1' rn fits ,.''I-es.] cup .. ,'""". ,v. Mi'llfin. SIHlnil I
    r : H t 1 It.I i I 11: lIofn 0'ninut .
    ;$tt :ishes jVlf'llif-' ttrlj i ininjCrl..li..nt/ Mix until rrumhlv. Form chilled spmiwrpt I ... Fl'irlitarflri '. u..ry ,
    ; tlve--fourtlis! lb. canny mixture into 1-inch 1m II.... Roll Kills in crumb mixture twite .\ '\'' .1 I f 'ihMf"n I I' "i t P II UedekMrY .. '" home P'P"p" ,",,-,
    May joy and laughter/ Thill 'r, f.nlif fuller' Kl". ,ililn I. Dln..l.Gntle.' .
    Much Joii wished YlhrT: : 2 docn candies' owner ,. ,,". nr.t Q"I\; ClS 11'neuIn.fnn; !ot.ervfnl : .
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    id r.. LIBBY SALES i .'t.! '..nit. "'""1'1. In nil.I Cur. dead" Chocolate Makes This/ / Pound Cake! tvlll r'.. ''Up' KII1MxiiiliMl '
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    .i FINE: EVEN, ; (;K.\IN: OK C1KICOLA1E' IMU'NO: CAKE has DoWitt) C. Jones!, Itevl-tered Funeral DinctorStsirte.
    196S mado this a favorite for years and cake flour play an Important; FI.I.UINT : I' her n call She has maps und many 1
    gtaon'$ I :part In making thin so. You'll find this recipe an excellent one; serve )

    d3reetillQTo JOT QgJ it with whipped cream into which has been folilvd either packaged :: .\L SKUVICKS: I free and nnnfierful gifts for you
    > grated coconut; or flaked coconut. It'8 a perfect teatime! or olrl/II./ -
    time accompaniment aa well al a wonderful deaaeit. Hospital; H K Wheel ( hnlr' Crutches!' from l local businesses. i i f. 1

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    Your II.me:: I j \\'uiiu'tuiei'iil To all our friends. 2.3/1 cups diftfd\ Swans Down 1 teaspoon vanilla -:-=..:.:-__w.I__:: .- -_;[,-:- -._-:- -=---:: t.. -"'- -_- =:-: := :="= ----: -::=- :.:;: =i:;-=--:;;' .::. :- =- = f
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    IIAS3JC:( ; X 1MA1JYRHODEN'S\ { I'' Happy New Year. 1965'1"" 1.1/2 1.1/2 3/1 teaspoons teaspoon tU"I.oons. baking cream lIalt of 80da tartar 3 j aquar"egg! chocolate yolk].uni....*melted etonM. I, AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY{ I

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    Ctln3a f :. ilie Center A. R. Johnson:: 1 cup xhnrtenin l'ackllJl'pd grated coconut .I I :-._ "" j1.-t-. :===_:.-=. ,;;o :-:_.:: -c. =-. : -:"'-'=':: f.F; -:--. -;--:--- .= ,_::=:_=-1'' : _. __ --:30.:
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    H7 W. M\: 'tlao7'!| .>t. Farmers p Milk* hipped cream or Ice rrrant \>"n It, H \ .IM: x Kitvici*!; : :I': ..U'TOSAI.KSXSKUVICBKeplicars) : ; ; : ; C11 11N I SNV.X 'nl..r\' cles-Srcoters. !
    Open During !KntircHolidays. ; I >> With butter or margarine ace 3/1 sup milk. With rgctablo hurtrning -

    : I. NOVA use 1 cup milk. Barkley Motors, Inc.::1 ( Inc. A. & J. Saw Streit's nCC1P, Snrp

    I ----- Sift flour with cream of tartar mln( salt and nmrnr. Stir shorten. & Mower Co. irrtvn: virrr 'P.t "("t.J:1I:

    t r Peace be with Ing just to soften. Add flour mixture milk, and vanilla and mix .. rRII'MFII fmp. ...rte.l Pur Sperla114te ""'.o ._ '. ... f&c_.,"
    I i until all flour is dampened Then best 2 minutes at a low speed of e fi\r Ye.' Antle.nn. tre-

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    ..:n1 I this Holy time. end. chocolate and beat 1 minute lunger. Pour butter into two /MX II I- \1I..o! \i.r.\-uo\iro SAI FS RF'Ptlr 'i'1"t.r. ..'rrr F .. r nIa
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    minutes Blend coconut into whipped' "'.nm; serve over cake slices. l1Q C'I F1II" lH CAIN : P'12.11.1\ \" -

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    8TARKE.: FLORIDA TIlt.'R!;D..\Y. DFC. ?J. 1963 __ ,
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    .V V V vvtyytyn..VeynvV Christmas Theme

    KEYSTONE l MELROSE .iI Used PTA In ProgramAt Meeting I Four Burglaries :.

    I By Sally Rothhammer
    HIGHLIGHTS "Christmas Around the ,
    rVVVVe a1 VV e1vyyVtt World'1! was the theme of the !
    Strike In Area
    Duplicate Bridge musical program, of native b bA
    Christmas carols sung by a
    By Emily Thomas
    , 1st place -- Mrs. Emery
    choir<<: of pupils from the 5th
    Cooper Mrs. R. P Vogh; 2nd 7 w*
    Phones and sixth grades at the PTA'
    I place-- Mrs.. Mary Cook. Miss meeting last Thursday evening Beddkr's. roiUiunint In 'Keystone "' Plorahome was ransacked by wo alto entered through *

    Dav 473-1666 Nile 473-45S9 Iva Hilly er.; 3rd place Mrs. at Keystone Heights School. Height' was reported thieves Thursday night or ear I window Thursday! night or ,

    .. Frances Pyle, Miss 1 aegis '. early Friday morning by thieves -
    Prior to the program, at a ee' burtclartxtM 1Ve.incxi+11' night ly Friday morningAccording ,
    Rutherford; 4th placeMrs.. A r Dec 1.1.: to the Putnam whose efforts yielded nothing.
    Keystone homes are bright college or In service are home brief business meeting a report ,
    R. Becker Mrs. W. J.Grolick. wp
    I' The r..L. llrllnt. operated by' Count Sheriff! of clthe
    with the glow of Christina for the Christmas Holidays, was (given by Mrs. Charles a
    ., decorations during the long including Jimmy Fox. Carson PERSONALS!: McOlave on the Keystontdeletiatlon's Gil I'aiiul.M, wos entered by thieves forced l entry Into the The high school was bnrglarUetl ,

    winter evenings of this pre- Newman College Tenn., and The Art Wheelers of Wheeler attendance at th. v, .'0 e thieve who forced "&&n'Ith..'I building and rumutcked the contents : / I lotus than a month' ago
    holiday time. Many homes are i Butch Fox Ft. Jackson 8. C.. Service received stats PTA convention held In a rear door of the building'* sometime I of I the punt office, apparently and some, $t0! in cash which

    also brightened by the arrivalof both home with parents. Mr. call Company, Jacksonville last month. I* between! 1)l .:30 p.m. Wed.newiity. I In a search for mon iuiil been! collected from child-

    loved ones from branches and Mrs. E. R. Fox; David a Whirlpool on congratulation Co. from was noted that the state group '' ", Ivc 15.: and 8 a.m. ey. All they got for their efforts ren for class pictures\: was "
    They won another ,
    of the Armed Forces and college Sunderland. with his parents. trip for filling their salt went on record as advocatingthe Thursday, Dee 16 The thieve wee a nuvll amount of| tolen..

    as 'lieU as those making the R. N. Sunderlands; Bcb quota. This trip is for the ten post of county school F-- made off with an undetermined' uh. mostly quarters.

    Holiday visits at this time. Jackson Jr., son of MaJ. and top dealers In the Tampaarea. superintendent being appointive amount of money: mostly The 1"utnllnCounty Sheriff Woman's Club

    Strains of caroto are heard Mrs. Robert C. Jackson: This time the trip U to rather' than electee to change, taken from the jukebox of lice reported fingerprints .

    from the shops and businesses "Bubba"." Moody son of the New Orleans over New Year.with eliminate the time spent out and a cigarette machine. I were found at the Will Honor

    In the town, and programs Chester Moodys: Mack Hall the Sugar bowl game In. of office In campaigning for A qimntUy of beer was alllO l I scene and 1 that authorities Foreign StudentsThe
    toJen. have
    depicting the nearly 2.000 son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry: cluded.Mr. the post. two suspects under Inv -

    year old story are being reenacted Hall; Billy Carnes. son of the and Mrs. David Hilton. PTA President William Baker The Clay County Sheriffs! *.tlK tluuu Federal authorU. Keystone Woman' Club

    by churches and I Carl Carnes; Ray Wlnzate. Jr. Miami Beach. will spend advised the parents that ofllce IM lnvF.tliintlnir. !Irs are also investigating:, the"' will hold a luncheon on Dec.

    schools] In the community Ison! of the Raymond Wlngates; Christmas with the Ronald trees would: be planted around I.OKIIMK: burglary. 38 In honor of several foreign
    U. .
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    An impressive program wsa I end Rodney Paul son of Mr. Arrowsmlths. Bonnie Hilton I La the school campus on Arbor Office In 1F.IUmu J !students who are attending the

    that given at the Keystone iii' and Mrs. Carlton Paul all on Mrs. Arrowsmllh's slater. Day. Jan. 21 and that local Some busy und 1 frustrated University of Florida Entitled

    Heights School PTA meetinglast leave from Ft Jackson. W. have had several requests civic clubs and other groups Final Rites Held thieve. netted' nothing In two "Christmas In Other Lands,"

    Thursday evening at Other collegians home are for Carol Rothhanuner'saddress. would be Invited to participate ri4 Mclixwe. ", burglaries' last Thursday the affair scheduled for 13.30p. :

    which fifth an:! sixth graders David Schaeffer: son of theO Just send your letter Program Chairman Mrs. O Saturday For [ night. m. .la expected to include

    and a sextet of eighth graders <<'rre Schaeffer and Tommy: kn care of her brother Urant I J. Murrhee.! Jr reported that Com. Chapman Th office of the North FlorIda guests! from Turkey. Thailand I

    sang a medley of carols: from Bird son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rothhammer Jr.. 31 Sunsets I contact hud been made with I Telephone Company in and Argentina.The .

    countries around: the wortJ." ''C. Bird both student at St. Drive. North Little flock. Ark. the. Florida Division of Corrections Funeral services for I.t Melrose wits entered by Lhlevre city. beautification project -

    directed by Mrs. Owen Fern- Johns River Junior College!' : George Alderman. Aleutian to have the team o' Commander R.htitrd: Diuilol iwmetlm after, ufrtc hour of the club, that of plantIng -

    andtr! school of music instructor. Harold Snelle>n. son of Mr and I.a1andll. la home 0.1 four Inmates from the Florida Chapman I I USN-retlreill I of Thursday lino.I lit: or *urlyr'rMiiy I tree and shrubs along the

    This was a fine exampl.of Mr. Thomas CrutchfleU. enrolled H* and ht wife. v.au"\. \ Stat Prison at Ralford speak L'-T !f"1 Keystone Hettfhts. were held tnornlng Dec Itt l..:,\. parkway In the business section

    the quality of education at Carson-Newman; and; gone to Falls Church, Va. to'' before the children and parents : at 1 1:30: p m. SuturcUy In the! try to the building wise galrint 1 will take place on Arbor

    bring received by the children torraln Dey. daughter of the visit Pat and Dolly Ann Cllsa j at the meeting scheduledfor chapel of Hardline Son In through a nmr window, Noth- Day. Jan. 31, with a-ceremony

    I'. In this! community and one of Joseph Dcys, from F3U. Mary .n. Suale Ma and the boysof Jan, ::!O. The group ha JncknonvllU-0 with Revs .... th.'r kig& was. rnpot-tcil" utolcn.According slated! to Include city official

    the most pleasant Parent- Ann Schaeffer daughter of the Conmilone", )Ia..... plan tojoin \been speaking for some timeto -J Kelly of st F.d\t RNb'. Cnth- ; to it company and other dtgnltarlM.

    Teacher meetings ever attended George Schaeffers. will arrive them, in Fall Church for audiences of children re. 4The olio Church officiating. Hur- apokennmn.. the office I la bruk

    by your correspondent.Two home Wednesday: from 8t able reunion. Is ting the sequence of events lal 1 was in Arlington: National\ en Into on nn average of threeor .

    of thearea churches Johns following a visit with a Mr. and Mr. J. Ralph which caused them to be com.I, Cemetery Washington I>. C. four time H year

    have planned services for schoolmate at her home In N.ale. Misses Janne and Virgin muted to prison. eager hands. of nurses reach out to| entertain and. at 1 p. Monday: The second CUM, of breakingand
    Christmas K.e and Christmas Jacksonville. .hi Neale from Orlando The medley of Christmas
    make. roiuftirtahj young Jerk Kumlrrhurk. UUIIM| quick. think Commander Chapman died entering In Melrmi oociireil -
    Day St. Anne's Episcopal Christmas arrived early at will spend Christmas with Mr. carols from the USA and foreign Wedne-vluy. Dec 11. at the at. the high mhool, which
    and Miteil liU
    ing titling neighbrhotd fad from I..hlt crushed
    Church will hold carol sing the home of the H. U Own- and Mr. James R, Neale Jr.Mr lands was conducted by Jacksonville Naval Hospitalafter .

    and midnight service on beyes. On Monday. Ore. 13, *. Kit K. )fen..'* guests Mrs. Owen Ferdandrt. directorof under ramenlng Inn k.FexcnV'carOld. a kung illness. He WM -- -

    Christmas Eve and a 8 a. m. their twin granddaughters for Christmas I Ie )I r. and Mrs. the school music depart I born In 1-ouMaim. mid hud llv- MURRHEE

    Holy Eucharist on Christmas Cynthia Ellenn and Natalie Thomaui A. Prevoat Sidney, mrnt. A group of six eighth / Keystone Lad rd In Jacksonville for 19: year In.urancegency

    Day St. William's Catholic Jean and their parent Mr Sandra, and Walter of Nw. grade. girls also rendered an prior to moving to Keystone

    Church has scheduled a Christmas and Mr. T Franklin Brown Orleans. Mr. Menge' atm." and arrangement of "What Child Credited With Saving Pal's' LifeE3evtny four years ago. He was a General Insurance

    Masn at 9:15: a. m.. with of Winter Haven, arrived to wlf*. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney U Is This?" A number of the member ot the Catholic
    the Chrletmaa Eve midnight Mann Jr. Susan. and Shannon songs done by the chorus were rmr- r.tMi'tt.TV' M\
    celebrate the twins' first birthday Church snit had served lit the
    !: ar-old Jack Pun- Jack: had 1 been on a hunting
    mass slated for St. Mary's from OaineavUle, will be In harmony and obllgatto IIINKKeystone- \U'I'u-nuN.
    and, spend a few day in derburk of Keystone Heights jaunt Into neighboring woods U. 8. Navy 34 years before re
    Church In MMCCI@nny. Christmas guests alao.Mr parts. I
    Keystone. Others joining In tirement. llelyhta, 473-47M
    A correction made In will spend Christmas with his and was returning home with ,
    HOLIDAY VISITOR! the celebration was the paternal *:Nell Round tr*. &'fav. a was a leg In a vastbut he has no Kenny and another friend Surviving are his widow
    A number of the Keystone Mr T. F call to bet report from the last meeting.In Ilrown four
    grandmother. Seaeon-Grvetlng retirrta.! ChrUtmaa should Rick tMvl An they .approachl Betty Chapman;
    :young people who are off at Brown, fir* of Hampton great- son Jack, ytwUrdny, He r*- that the PTA had contributed mean "doing for others" and the front door of f the Ue- daughters Claudia. Dane 1 ra

    t Krandmother Mrs. Alice U ported a promotion to L.L Com an additional $300 toward Jack can take a full meaaure lot" hone they heard rumbl. Cassandra" fluid aml..lle Chapman 1005 lrrr

    Meta and Mrs. Evelyn Ownbey mander and because of a broken ,a \band which combined with of satisfaction In knowtny ing !sound and uw the oncomIng tend' a sun, Clifford!, all NEW YEAR'SEVE
    KEYSTONE of and aunt. foot on celebrating the the I3SO donated by the Boost of .
    Keystone great that his aaerlflfo for a neigh'! truck Jack, swung Into Keystone
    Drive-In Theatre Mr. Vernon Prater of Knox-' promotion: Friend of bill may era Club made a total of tSSO bol hood buddy U the reason (action giving, Kenny a hefty The fnmtly requested that DANCE
    the which I Ie
    .. for project expected
    send season greetings to Jack flowers be and.
    vttle. Tenn. memorial
    for his Christmas handicap. kick which probably saved his
    be W. .hop. .Ada. ...ekofdoy
    Ronn Mree 11) .Iftlto..y.r-. to underway soon. U sent to the American. Doc.) :.11 r
    left Friday
    Sat, Sun..- Dec. 2:). 26 Mrs. Ruth Ohlson ha Refreshments, prepared by Jack' quirk think and life.: finds
    Montarcy' Calif. H* U taking Is credited with probably "I scared and I the Cancer Society.: you
    acting sea ( "
    ........ (Continued on next pug> a postgraduate course In *- the Home Economics students: 9 Till Midnight obundont IN.
    life, of nine- feared and 1
    the driver
    saving the was ,
    SiNaTM'i1ChRMURTIPI were served In the Home v. moferld
    AdmlnlMrstlon. things
    In. year-olj Krnny Ilrlote when a knew I hud to get Kenny out lit
    building. which was decoratel lAltllKN: ( 5.1'0III. lit (the
    ... Annuunrlng the. Opening Mr ami,! Mr. Ira C Hatch. with handiwork of the stu truck recently west out of control of the way." Jock says "I TIIK: ...\K.''H' .and spiv fuol. t UYEOMAN'S

    \NTAKY 10thKindergarten Gayle In Jr will .spend. I dents Inclu-tlng Christmas on a bad curve and careened kicked: him a* hard a* I could Tim Harden, Club of the BLUE PINES ) .

    Christmas. with Mr. Nell wreaths and candle I Into the IVIote yard with my right foot" Two Lukes will hold their annuiilChristina

    ...... .. Rouixttr**. L. C Cray and! Injuring both Jack and K!n- weeks' later, the foot Is stilt
    -- !
    -_-....,u.r<4 _..__ Open houee wa held In all i Party at the borne 4
    ____. lIOn. Mik, from California bruised but the broken metatarsal MiiMlc: .. lly
    I AC schoolroom prior to the" mert- (at Mr. C K: MlU'lirll. on S! *w
    For I sal S Year Old. will be then for the holidays with the library dln>lylng It*I ny.Kenny received minor brad bone I.t meivtltHTtie Thursday, lire 30. at 1 p. m The Houserocken

    MOIU TU H.- Pee. 27, 25s (on-driMMiilnallouJ. .) a 11.0. new acquisitions of ".000 wound and U back at home truck that did the damage Kuril member' I Is asked to wear

    W-* welrotn Linll Cox toMttlroe all after five days In the hospital\ went out of control on aright Christmas which
    worth of books lor grad a corsage
    T St. William's HallKey.tune *. Hh. moved her recently levels.! But It WAS a different story angle turn In the street lie has mude. Cllfts will .b.. exchanged $1.51)) Couple KLKCTHICSales:. : .
    ..;: ,-=.. from INK Spring. IAIelll for Jack who received a badly a t the Mi.lote home- -a curve .
    Phone! $I7.1-lrt2l: ) I & Service
    ... tlrlght r..ri..01.. with hr brother. mangled l I'll. and a broken Uiat hits drawn( criticism from Mrs Mitchell'. homo Is located

    .... ;> Mr. ant Mr. Carl "Mutt"& Cox cam back to M.I,.,..e. chit foot nrres.iutliig& a long Keyitonfrs for wvrral months one block off HoiiUi' 100 Milt Ut.Nr.HVTIOSH: 1.lroltC'. Flu.

    \.... fbe Hrhuul Itmtdlnm ProgramInrluJm and family She has enrolledIn Mr. Ernest Crawford' rtsy In the hospital' with hi* They maintain that the curve by the Pint Iktptlat Church. I
    the 10th Grade at Melroae daughter end] hutmn< Mr and leg In. worrliome/ e.a.t. lie Is not properly. banked and

    tee wacoao...- High School.: I Mra Luke Wilson and family. I finally returnej home this that car mint alow down to 15or I
    o Phontra" 0 IoIpanl.ho
    i Frankle Cot came down OiUneavlIle. will spew) Chrletmaa : wrrk 20 miles In order to negotiate

    1 Itobbjr Darin Sandra Mmlern tmwhrr. Math with tO I with the mrwalea :r..leMaY. with her. It ml.hl have been worse- It safely KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE

    I Dee QiMJIAisI In I What a way to have to upend I Mr. and Mr.. Clarence Hoi- I II much worae-. -.for Kenny, too Since the accident! Involvingthe
    year* evpvrtrnre preNrhnol the hoUdnya Fnuikle.fr den attend) a party at Mr If Jack hadn't had presence" of two boy, the Kl''lItoneCouncil )

    W..ct., Thur.-Dec. 29, 30 Uork.lUglvlrmtloHl Jan. .S. 4. S9It and Mra Georg Valencia' ..... Btevenann'a home !lest 'I mind to literally kick his has. approved t a resolution BUSINESS DIRECTORY

    14 daughter< Linda, from' nurht.' It was for th. faculty l rounw friend out of the path calling on the State
    ShenandoahStarring am. p.m. their' wives, and huafeuuta i of f the truck taking the brunt (load Deportment. to redesign I
    o FSU <* home for the holktayaMn
    Ullllam'a 11.11lie.
    E. I. VanNftta Is .leaving JoI... Clarence HoMen'a mother I! of the Impact hlnvelf 'I and reconstruct the offending |,
    .. INrortorPhone
    ; James. Stewart llMhrtt Mr. Marcia Martian nfCrearent i At the Hm" of the accident( !! curve '
    Werkmd 47S-4 74 Thursday for LakcUuwt to will be Uw.tr. .trl'I.iANCFs: 141:1,11(4:: : : ( I NIWSKHY? :
    CHy. i I" !
    spend the Holidays with her
    ., guests for Chtlatma iI 1 Annie If. Mrs Laura Van. I
    mother.Mr Seaborn
    Mr. Omar A )Huff mother Moody T V Service Center WK: IIAVT: CKKJIJIUe I O.C.Carnes Nursery
    and Mr. Grant Roth- Zsndt and Mrs. T P FganA
    "KNOW HOW" IS IMPORTANTTO Mr R U. MrOnnftM. Val1ota. Services Meld HI''way 100. flnrahome-
    > Invitation U ex
    and Wanda cordjal I ( l (Cam and l Trucks
    hammer daughter
    < ChrlBtma J. '
    will R. Till F.I'I.
    < 0e. spend rroprtrtoeAathoris.d Mil** UK of StarheNuraery
    FINANCIAL SUCCESS, TOO Chamblee. left lat week for a with them l tended to all to corn. nvrt and In Baptist Church I Stork Thoiiami ..
    with thwe older folks Motorola PbllcoV4tl Al "satins' Prlre.
    I II
    trip to Wagner, Okla Within Mr. amt Mrs. Henry William I ..f Plasma A rrurt
    100 miles of Vlcliabarg, Miss I arc vtaittng Mr and Mr*. durloi the social; get-UHielher Newborn Sullivan M<**ly. IT.it J... and Service W.'ll Cl.l It tor You Trees .to. hone from. Nice,

    1 they changed their mind andWUhen o Charles Perry and family In t/n .Dnrembcr 30 I >> Keystone Heights, tiled' H.lurday Hervlre. <>. All :Mk. ... Shade Tr*... Iv..r.!: .....
    ( (IHMl'MrV ( Ht'lltll hospital | If W. Hunt have. II .
    Atlanta this. weekend | In a Gainesville .. !LanilM-epe PUnt All In
    ; The annual Christmas program after a llrucrlnK lllnrM liorn TV KtltIO, MTr..UU"fllAm : container plant any
    Mara RaI MUM, .arrived Thura- 1 < "The Four Path To I In Cli, .envll! eta on Frb) 21. TV Vernon Buff Garage tlm. Camellia. .* .al..e l

    vendty with I nethlrhrm." wa presented l at I 107$. hU parents' tiers the. 'tale l f..c tin do your buufaMaplnj
    Work OoamnteedTV ttental
    day her to,.,"apetxl 111''. Mr the holkUy eat Mr. I. I I the CcMtimnnlly,/ Church, Jut | Umurl end Amelia Hulllvsn' Ksy./ona Height. 47S-4AAI ll.r, 100 ke,"._ II.... iI I i i.n. I.... *.*..511..... Night aj..tONIMIALP

    Nunday evening. leaymnn'F.rrla. Moody lie was a r-tlrrd merchant I
    O. Baldwin Uo.yd and heat ] 417 !
    ( ; .MILKOFF :
    Mt the scenes
    iu Mr. end Mr W J Grollrk narrator. and a member" of U eKtyitone
    v and the M voice children'seholt HrlghU Ilaptlst IIKII\VAY; :.101
    to spend the holiday In .
    .t plan YES We Have
    J"" .eonvtll.! sang the ChrtiUnu.1017. Church -- AUTO SERVICE: :.15:;!) .Acre, three-fourth)

    J u Y 1 1J rd D Young Donald Baker porlravd Surviving' 1 M hi. widow KUiel I dell( red; :5-room house outbulMlngt. .
    r Mr and Mr B4 *
    ly I RCA COLOR T-V
    Inmrnerker went to Jrkmvlll JOM-ph and Barbara rsrrlsa weal Moody of Keystone and Home repair
    Y% Mary The volt- of Jn.hwas :: .. Mrs IIU h Hantfer -
    4r rnt'thealr four alA"' HENDERSON'SService needed. (;held farming and
    to the Airport Wyman. while I it Yr Service on CnU'riWaahfru I
    Barry I .ot> and Miss .Nellie Malyboth
    aon. Edward Jr and voice of cullle land.' I1.17..10: per ac
    I.m.'I'I! Kathy' Illnck wa the of Went. Palm IVarhMrs : ,. Itefrlg- Center
    It y, of Detroit .llch. They portrayed. Dryer re.
    Mary J>h" Warren U"rta Young of Tampa; I
    her orf the Holiday | tori* TV.AT .
    era --
    the Inn K* T *r and spoke his| aM Mr Minnie :Morgan of Man'of Oil Prwlitet S.E.McKay, RealtorPhone
    ('LI fl ..FNnWoman's:
    Club met taut own lines Richard Martin was Charleston. H C DISCOUNT)(/ THICKS: NOAIt "wrKVK' K: Kl'TlITnNtd: Irr.JOIfTtit ;
    I price I IHlghllthU Johnson (hdhwrdsales
    held 47.V-4S.14
    services I were
    1ofra. Stevenson IntroducMl funeral I
    The 1llUC'C'e-Iul Wednervhiy. of the preeentatkm I A /Service 1
    Mr. Arv...... MmArrunl j at 2 p m Monday In the K.,- Wheeler Di.rount ..
    the solos of Roxanne n hlng Tarkbi lluntleg *- .1!\IHL\\ITS:\
    angler known what bait to were
    ue.. .aaot..l s musical .storeheights. TUptUt Cliurefi AITf.lANCK: HTOKK: .. _T ntller, .
    rr1.d -., pr Ketch. and Richard: )'fartln.I' r<|ul'\\fi IMWI i 'tl' I )
    how to cai.t properly and w here the fUh are | I I with Rev J f) Itrnmr officiating nip::. on KWUXIKNUJ: \. Beidler's
    well Highway' 21 netwfwnHftrtmm Holiday
    biting; Just iso, the man who in getting; Kumewhereflnanrialljr (Cortli.ued On Next pages, |I II par4.:All outer but spate parts dial were not per- ]! KntambmeTit..* InHllVrrat mm.1 K..,."", IntcrMdlnn Mwy 21-IOO
    Memorial Park Mauwdeum 47J-41 O7HKAirrr
    I the complete'I' ''11. "..1._ 41HttOIAirro Keystone

    kno* how to budget hUeipeni!*** to permit of W.heeor/ rant mil mentlonln The director; : was Mr i I / In ftalneavllle under \"..... New' Ownernhlp'
    NEWS NOTES th* direction of fWltt C OIL P.%"":Trtne .
    systematic casings knows where to pat Ntccr 1966. Barry Wm.n.ho had k'ul: REPAIR:
    Jon( rutr r.l Home of Btarke Fond! Mnd.retsly. Prlesd
    his. of able aeartanreCNmag : SHOP
    moneyfor Reel to our ttT ....Ie.. rgaai I of Active pallt>eare-r, were A K: : OprN: 7 PATSrait wr.r.K1.Y

    ftleadjr growth with aafety which .U HERE! Friends and Customers I I (tonne of was-the the program arrival, ofSanta 1!I Anthony Jr. Mike Adam Goetzman Rro 0......" W.aft"- -

    IWe' 5Pat"" Peach AU. Cart*-Italian Fn l.
    Wonderful Harvey 'ro SUPERIOR8UTEE
    OTHER SERVICES i i for your I Clau Pood. clothing. I
    John Weston Peach, and W T Garage $.n.... fltt Ple. till Mldnlte
    J I Patronage and Support AARP OPEN' HOC:HE : and other gift< were brouxht SHOP nr.JR:

    Checking Safe Deposit II During the I'aat Year Open house I Sa planned for at this time for rurdy familiesin Jackson I REPAIR WORK TMK rmeNfJLT BHOPfmm I Bkxik. North' of Red Llgltf

    Auto Loans-Personal Loans II I Keystone Chapter AARP member the area.CintfrrM i MOTOnROPY PAINTING KICTIM'ONItIt H 1:10: fIT.
    WHEELERSERVICE and friends on Thursday.I %" tl'NfiirriN:''' '' their monthly bu>ln* meet-. i I'OfTAnLE1II'f.':rDlwl: OJ.... f Tin 0A

    f Dx 30. from 2 to 4 p m. Church Women twUf the annual In*. I ale' Drys Wsk USED,," CARS

    KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember CO. Borne of the original M'mbenof Christmas luncheon of:I The Kzoeutlve Board meelIng i Al*. I-ewe Hm -- '........ After By Appointment Only Hanks Used Cars

    !the chapter will *mr* a*I all rtrcV on Monday, Dec. 20. of the Church Women will | Mater*

    : FJU.C K y"ton. Height. Fla. Art A George Wheeler boat and hoteae on this occasion. at 12 noon. Erh: circle b4 a I boo held at t 3O a m.. follow. Hwy 21 Keystone heights Nettle MtltrNhetryOWTMC and 3..T Shop

    r Keystone Rd. 21 J Melrose Including Mrs. WHUam I nare In arrarwement and e<1 by the Oerteral) Meeting at Drive-M Theatre I>< McMUtteef. Operator
    Yovr Friendly lank I. Your Friendly Neat to Our ReD Tad.Hlw.y .
    I Beam. Mr*. O. D Bte-rart. oVcoritlna the table. After the- "'J/) p. m.. Jn. 3. Communion ...... 4 71-s I.4 ttmp Ptwete. 47V4VV 10O. 1 set costa.

    1 "i. Cbrnmenrty. Mrs. Uarraret Tnury 3dhn r )tunet>rxn and program etxb, aurke will be celebrated. Jan. NIU' Run 47J-3IU llume Phone 4rj-3O of aWarke

    m Cross. firs Kto OenUy.' Mr. circle, aaembe! sepae Utr lor 1 a. I




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    MELROSE ".,. .t.t" .', t.,. .. I."

    (From PrebMdlng. Page) I

    program of six high school *
    glrla"ho\ \ sang. Hostesses were
    Mrs.: Ernest Bartlett Mrs. .

    .\ I
    i 4
    were a number of guests:; prei- j i
    ent. The next meeting will tea r
    business meeting. This will
    be the first Wednesday In Jan.
    Santa Claus visited the Post
    Office Saturday 11-12:30.: lie
    passed: out candy canes to .
    about 100 children who were
    at the Post Office,to meet him.

    Margaret Slade painted the ":,," ,.. ,.., '.., .... '
    Christmas picture on the win-

    dow of the. Post Office. .......,, :II .
    t'lit KCII NEWS'"' lia'MlHH' im ..nr uf g,|--. .-....>!'."' "
    Melroae :Methodist Church Is
    presenting a Scholarship Chelt< I : R.. .....
    for $100. to .Mi(i,,8 Sura fl.,'b'-),' I \ '' YOUR CHOICE!
    in. :am, upper-freshman' rillSbUIys
    :stct'ton Unlv "i'!.ily. on Sun I I"Dec. >\
    26. The "Muthodint' Chili \
    hrV I .h.l " i.BEST):}: ... COFFEEFOLGER'S
    MmIfiiI/ Ftcrngu'LIun; Dav .1.
    '.. Kch'ilni" *hlf(? A-i '!1'1! r :.XXXX.:. a.
    nun\ : hezt" t-wastnng( lc-'i.-i(I..t ,<>. Q ,:,..:...:,.' ,tJ Abw6v6-.J
    '..', .,
    i "I !the nii'inbern< > of >"
    p ;
    I'. .Methiuliit Church ,in.I "i' p
    PJtRP i.i, .
    illsn Baldwin :t: :
    people of Meli'OJo.

    : la past president; of fort ; ..... ....uc.'JLi.J........ .... I .
    ( MYK of J.tnlioio ::\[-.hodist.i ....to.;, 1 A _.
    i Fn.iJi 1'1'c-hvtel..II' KimliM-, "iI "
    LB CANwne.M.
    I futon, linil a (.'hiHlniau\ .Vluji-! .
    I c..1! t program Thursday, A, M. I ; -
    I The chlldi en" did
    action! plays Thcrp, and wore Bang nbl"t for thcJr.I"IIf'Qtl 80' ,, ._. ALL FOOD FAIR STORES-- T'I

    piiM-it.' : Aft>T the pro".riii".s
    : ..iii'i, ci.n.'s,,, visiii.il: I them und I

    ,rri;Carol' hincnl-i' Rothhjiminer's WWi scrvoil.nieces |I'' SHORTENING YOUR CHOICECRISCI DEC. 25th. PRICES IN THIS 4 1 ax:

    r 1i I Ieau eo
    nrnepurw.' were"" h.tpplly x.it-i iI i AD GOOD THRU DEC. 24th..
    }," .d\ :niiJit. ; ''il,I 111" ,M..lhnI| CIIItNIt
    i 'iHiifii.; Ar UIH.V came upI QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I aCOFFEE.rt1.rt1LB CAt'pzr '
    f i i'' i-ii'pii'/ ,, t to il" their Christ.I
    |' r'tin and luukoU to ) ,N p
    tie\ guests, they were so sur- \ '
    ,them. She is home from -
    North Little Rock Unlve.rs.lty .. .... ;' .;i.i\IlCIotV',;,\, .. .
    to spend the holiday with hor -; .. ., .rt r;. .r'
    --'-...__. ---- ,- ,,;.. .,t..w\.c\
    and frle.ucls.
    family IJ | 3 L8 ,:. 0"V? _

    CANREG P/Lw Fa '!'.


    91 3 29or $1

    (From Precfc Qiig( Page)' I ....................;.__ JARS
    fpr Cla.rendon Hills XU., to r
    make a two-wrek visit with
    her nephew, John; Thjrnaulat. 1& 0
    and hU family there. WhllaOrtmian *
    thr is nWil.y'. ,nra: ', .Iarauerit', QT. JAR :: -39
    -..vi'lupy< her hoaie.Mj. 3 LBCAN ...........S..NNn.N, NNNM. ....
    and Mrs Hans Roehl l land
    and ....
    ; daughters Deborah THE GAME
    Karen of Omihn N"b.. are '.
    exported to.ai-rli-e at the lioip.cf .- *
    I > Wi parents !Mr and: Ms y scttu; *. A9
    Herman Raelh! un Christmas .... .......... ..".. ....... -'-
    Eve. for a week's vacation in < .>
    Keystone .
    Mr on.) :Mr W. n. 11<;1of\
    Pmnklln N C. :are vMtlnn
    th lr dati-'i'1t! ,r MS----I I! Ann TW11. .4 so orPKGS SI

    withI hem Ih'\' druve Vo REG. 3/1.17 BARTLETT WIN ........_.......::...._
    Lakeland I ti aft nd Ihe'I'd.! ,
    dins! of John! D.::dd. *in of th> j I Ifl'ed LIBBY PEARS.....3 160& CANS $1, 1
    : D dis ? Keystone hell OR
    )tonlnv night The :H, IN will j ,.4 '

    return to Keystone. following: i PICKLES............ -..!JAR............33t :: 412' or 190 z $1
    tlneddln.i;\ I ti I )remain: tin lll .......... ..-....... BOXES
    r'trr Nrw Year's MOTT'S CHUNKY (with eh.rrlo or pineapple)

    TF.F1S0 The folrwnys OI''F! ot the Key- 1 APPLESAUCE......3" & JARS 99( -

    st t me! a.SrCC were moie llketvntrrways OXFORD ROYAL. STEMS AND PIECES v $
    lust wotken'" :!, 4 airs $1
    'Ittln'the: \ ran=t'1\InQ\ 111.5'1 MUSHROOMS' 40& CANS $1, ....._..........___
    \'I'1\n': %" meet on ThurJ"y I 69, VALUE NIBBLER'S SALTED .
    and the M"n II Choice to0rnrmeat .
    on Sunclav. Four bvavriiil : MIXED NUTS.o.!? cAH 59$
    > .' from OI''.-.::1: Cove Sprlitwlinorid ...........................-...-....
    (hrs of rain Sunday, url play- : : 7$ : '
    'r1 a full in holes! Con-lde"- : WHITE ROCK _
    rl ion I.. being when to u re- HOLSUM \, CASH 'f'f'0 :
    .!r-hwilulinrf! of I.he Cl>ristnui.i !
    'rbiirn.nnont for Dec:. :26. 01 | STUFFED OLIVES.. :?.!?;..88C .j I GINGER ALE, CLUB SODA i
    inn.' 1 1. with Ute! happy hOIl1"I1o"lng. LADY FAIR CHOCOLATE COVERED STAMP :
    \ / ,. OR COLLINS MIX i
    Pro Les Stephnaon reports THIN MINTS.NN;!!:: :. ;c..39C :
    that the addition of lime to
    the fairways recently Is expected .
    to make a more vigorous :, I .. ..
    Rrowth of sod: In the .
    spring. The winter rye! on thi; 1 I .:. 2801 1 oc .:
    tps and greens make lush .

    the spots fvost-brownel of color In contrast leaves on to PICK UP YOUR :... BTL ..:.

    the oak trrv" ; surroun''Jm the 1 / .. .
    I at / .

    First! Baptist PARTIES Church: and I 'R Z HCM \ PLUS DEPOSIT. REG 2/39| I

    the! Community Church held) :. ......................................r
    Christmas pnrtls: for the -r
    youngsters( \ Sun"ay evening, ,
    both.well\ attended! and hlzhlysuccessful. : SHOPPING GUIDE
    L FOOD [
    St. William's Attar Society
    members were entertained i by FAIR EASY TO PLAY..EASY !
    .1 the St. Edward's Altar Society I 1' /
    In Btarke at a Christmas party I
    I and gift exchanve. D.incectudents
    of Mrs. Jones hi Mac- i l 1 a
    clenny presented a program : 00 !
    for the guests, also Including'
    members of fit. Mary's Altar I
    Society of MiCflcriny. 1
    Pre-school children of Keystone BONUS i
    were! entertnlnM at a PEARS
    Christmas party by Miss Jane PRIZE.O t
    Reynolds, last Thursday In her|
    home on Lakevlew Drive. Miss SLIPS... ..
    Ann Bell co-leader of the| I
    Children's Bible Mission in 'fl 119'
    thin area narrated the Christmas REG 5/1.23 TENDER SWEET I
    Story for the children LIBBY .5 $1 II I I eat
    and refreshments! were served. PEAS .... Ua
    Th Keystone Homemaker's TEA BAGS I
    { Club held *. ChrUtnaas party CREAM! STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEl. ,t 1 I

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    --- PAOE FIFTBEX i
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    ,* (From precedingtiit page)

    A BLUE RIBBON QUALITY AND \ Wednesday In lieu of
    their revubur meeting with 20
    Demons: tteiialng. Tne allalr.a .
    covered dish luncheon was
    U. S. D..A. held at the home of Mrs.Axnfs .
    Cuendet on White Sand
    CI-I'OICE l.ukiand .Rifts were exchange
    i" i Hinoitii tho,*> pvi-ttent. Ofttrt -
    BEEF ..>* were tnotalleit for the
    : i omlntl year by County Home

    Net-on .

    ,. w A ....... Rorhl. piT.ildcnt. Mrs Geneva

    I o/bga/ --- J Chab Mildred vice Pnyton.pi-e-Jdent secretary: Mrs.:

    L.wu. Mr.. Ida entry<< treasurer:
    and Mrs Ruth But flngton, aclvUor. -
    I 1 1i 4 .
    A number of children from
    St. William' Church attended
    Dour highest' quality a Christmas Party Saturday
    morning at St. Edward's In
    i I Statkr, Riven by the Altar Society
    Pf.i.n Btun.ti C.uh/l.w.' .
    ....i.ll. B.by .,tftfult'".,ih.... Llm.VEGETABLES.. .. ....M.1. there
    I Cllt:Kill: NEWS
    idI St WUllamM Cathollc--
    I I ('onfeeslone, usually held on
    ftniortlay.' will be h-Id this
    : week from 4:30: to 5:30: p. m.

    UNG DUCKLINGS i 5 ,PKGS',.. $1 on Chr Friday tn>..afternoon ma.uies. other thai

    that schfduled at St. Williamsat ,
    9:15: a. in. are those at 9 a.
    SXK HENSRGEBAKINGHENS MORTON FROZEN' m. at .tie; Edward's, and the
    PUMPKIN PIES'3 fOR $1 Clirlalmm" f vc Mlctnluht M**....
    i lo be held at St Mnry's In


    Tour ror espdndent wUhm
    PET RITZ FROZEN each Ki,''l every one'of you
    c PIE SHELLS 2 UNIT 39t wonderful people the very
    Unfit of Chrlstmawa. and
    II i.I.Li hopes that each of you has ft
    .--------_._--._eri --- day full of happlnejis and fulrllnvnt .
    LB 3. : ;:.. .... ,un, >.*1ln all others.

    "" 'A' /- _IIj J .II.
    lI Keystone Area
    QUALITY ..<__._...... i ... GREEN I
    I STAMPS Church Services
    ,.' -.....x.--.: wslpl ,-... s -....-.....--- STEAKS, j 1 = QT.WHIM ttt CAM t-ruN.Naa.wa.SIIIIO..I. % w t.
    ...,.-...- n.-w:; ...'"""' t."J .."' ._. ..,......f.I.. '.' So-ciall :. FLOOR POLISH -
    ,' ... .._....to :
    :. AM tt(M*Iran vwrn.I v i -n"p
    ---------12.2..5._____. uiBaptUt
    ii First llfv J. D

    HOLIDAY FRESH BYLadgFair ( =i Mar/hnN : -Ii ...h 1-: 1oaroL and ortanlMWorfhlp prtMor. ; Ralph Copti'

    ."' services : Sunday
    GMtaU MeN AMP.
    QUALITY : Mra : : ruegxTNA : t" a m 7:30: p. m. I Inurwryiin
    t : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS : ) Witlneitttax. 7:30: ) p m.
    WIIN...I fclluMf**AN.fuMMAM M Hunitsv Hrliool 1':4.a': m.
    I i\ 1.110 I 0..4. L."., I nurterv oiwnl, I TlaliUn.* Un-
    ;, i BonusOffer' 1 +Q L.4f '.1 l 25&e .. .CAK__! I
    CUBE : ;.JI.I
    or ... .. .* -ra''nll.
    --- "' I U..2. .)-----
    nt WllUams Fr Thoma.1Krlly
    STEAKS ; pil.'t.n. charue' Mrs.
    I i I 1.jfft: M.....Nu E: A Lam,,,. orinnUtMiiMi'n
    .. : Huudny. 8:11: a m.
    --',. 4 4r : COMPLETE YOUR ; ..... U'NA .MN_NaMee// .InnA:.' to 1.:'. 30 p.. m each S"t-
    ,: BOOKS<< IN TIME .I MERCHANTS......-GlUM.--STAMPS-..... .: *r b l Bonedlotloit
    J '-- L : : Monday. 7:30 .
    : "" : FOR CHRISTMAS : I 'KG'QUICK A I EASY : l> m.
    .',. 't.J' __ ....... y, l ---1 : : : o R.hlg.r.tsrl Cookie* : .fnlndemenlnatlua.i' .
    'et :" nr :: REDEMPTIONI. : :.. .................',....eo" .,-".._...... ('011""un 1 t., Chl.r1lJJr..
    : ----- --13.t -----
    -.. A. C firth(' mlrUslW. Mr.
    $4'.J .
    .. George Cmiova. or van bitHiirxtiir
    = .. :.IiIIJ----------- Arer..nr A IIv :
    1 Buy /"7I flrhool. ttJ: ( a. m
    ...Il. _w .
    j& $24' i I ". .I l.I CMtUM. (IMAMJa. Morning, Wur hlp. I 11 I a. in
    .. .
    saes nrM : --- 1 N.irwrv open oolh hour*:I.t I.

    ..... ?.' WITH YOUR :: MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS .pi. rn-sl.
    .. WilN Nm f,11IM/r14. V tt e JI
    *ia;;>>< 23* I S.hl.b O...kl. ffJ.. J JM St Aniu', .-. Rv W W.Wonitiill .
    E FOOD ORDERONLY : o Sleinl.u, SI..I. IId.. <'lr r.; n. U Cut-
    ... "- ,.. .m.... uM.......JJ. ukl" orgnlat.Murning .
    QUALITY 661.3 FRUIT I NUTSFRUITCAKE .49 .., .- .
    .lh? ------ 'IJ "-"!--- Player. and Ser
    : .. .
    \ 17 ------------- m'm 2ii'l' and 4l9:9O Hund.va.

    : .....-. ': a. m (nunwryHuiv opan.l'
    : .!: ..8' i ii : I Ii Kjuii.rUl and ..rm..nI
    i PER HUNDRED. :: = .... ..'''A .um._r..i.".+... : I ht and Jnl. Hun'tayn, 9:34: A"
    M. I imjfir.' oirni j Clmr I.Mfhool. .
    ._..K-291 i .: : MERCHANTS. CREIN STAMPS It'30 A. M. "Holy( EI:.*.
    *'M" *tW***M M H**M ZtTylg .
    5LBS399 BUY THE FIRST gg J |I0.. J.. ....v.M "_.. | clxtrltt" I a m. ..+ctMundari.
    I : I 'INSTANT COPPCCi S Evening rrsver, t:3H:: P. M
    1I I If ? !! :' ;! ..:....$31' WITH A MINIMUM i ?$ : 'ad each! Sunday Sunday.,.. EYC: .:") P. M.

    't./ t ullr offices of \
    f FRESH BAKED LEMON MERINGUE\ !...$ Iif : ORDER OF $2.50. : aryl, KvenliiK; Prayer.Mornliur 8:00: A.

    AMMCM.AJMMA|" ..
    I | --r''t.
    I PUMPKIN !v.?::. ..99# $1.00 i. MERCHANTS r"ee..vN*GREEN' STAMPS_ { I I r..iin PrM.r>yt" >.rtAVii Churtin
    --.---.N...-- ; v J n Neat jt mtrtMor. -
    ,, CAN .e II.| CAN. R... w ....'h.l Mr. Carl& ''wWw r. mimi
    8 r : '...'". ....,...."'..-1L"'''I' .h...'tI : g RISE SHAVING CREAM i>H>r iKg.ntu r&1ohardnf..

    I: 39 100 r. :.. _..... ._____...___-.1". "ig"r. vluUtAUt,
    REGULARALREADY STAMPS FOR 17CTMriorrt ------r... HuiM(4( ttctwjtjl. 0:13 f ; .. m
    ------ -
    49 :\ Mom, WnmfiJp." Ham..
    / FLORIDA I 1 I 1114a 1I H'ti\' :"y Nurwry open ilUch
    SEASONED 18 emus
    ,.. I
    .. ..'''A _- I
    i if wi it :
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    otC J.... .iu e.le -
    / J : : EIL.CAN.RE6./OIf.ORY/'
    :A' / S : : flIgL.It'; ,. Cu.o Hair s req'55 :
    L.ti_ .. .\. :' '- .....-----......... .- ......- -. .--....a0.,
    ------ -I1..34- See--

    2 DOZ 49 CS I CharleyE.



    FOIL about 11.1.. 'lu..Uoas
    /. rb
    T by I unto artideiliM' aDd
    tHAer Injurlrn' or huvlnj
    CTN.1ge 'hmtfititt and helonifinftt ,
    ..a t own l or 'limt. You end/ up
    "pending your money for
    medical/ rimt or new be.
    1J 'lonxinK I bur* your a\ rn-
    fRESH OCEAN SPRAY / / ry iupply' IhU new Trip

    C RAN DE R R I E S2J .2 9 Arrldenl, 'tend lliiggtt In-
    !. ..!. .2 .._....__._. 'Urnnre"
    Charley! E. John
    HE- CROP

    PECANS __ .. ..._.3 La>.99 131 I H.AIt"ucv Walnut' .St.
    PIIONK 1".4:01gSD.Y. :

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    t. Thea

    be SantaOffice buslni the 11 ofKEYSTONE

    passed" S I/
    about 1( HEIGHTS '.
    at. the P
    :MargqChrlatmi : ( :

    dow of .' We the business and professional people of this fine town ".. e .. J T

    rumcr take pleasure in expressing our appreciation for your splendid n 'r la r
    Melrapreaentll patronage during the past year. Our sincere wish is that this

    foi,. in> ,$101::11 cordial relationship will be continued throughout the coming _
    ,1..InnDuc.26.. year and for many years to come. _

    i"lIt J..I l Y I Hello I II II I 1965CHRISTMAS

    ide! TO AH- Ad
    : 'lie
    .,It'lll11dfpeople :
    < '
    'win la' I

    MYF'.-,,.Ji o

    I The'iutc.il pro chaction 1 I I I II I II / r
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    '..1': I IllCarol :

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    ''rtacdI! I i
    lag .titNorth $ !
    >< I i
    to spenraniuy I o.
    The briefiest'of
    Our Hearty Thank You For Your Loyal and We [ all wehop* you
    Friendly Patronage Through The Year.Beidler's Yule will ba for being one messages to

    JE thank happiest ever. of our patrons. vishyoucheer.BROOKLYN .\ MURRHEE GREETINGS

    Holiday Restaurant Keystone Jewelers INSURANCE Bradford County
    B. & Gift Shop Supply House AGENCY
    (Fro. CIL PARADES t COIN Center WALLY AND MILLIE Telegraph
    makq for Hiway 21 N. Keystone Heights, Fla. MUHLHOFEICS. ROY TYRE RICHARD MUUKHEE:

    her nd,$ I
    and hi"hl'
    = 11,
    I A r
    ant di 1.Knren

    ..r pc'teof
    HerDlalEve 11.1'1 . I
    fa i

    KeyetnlMr Fiankl'thlr! t: CHRISTMAS I I I II M ys

    with d 1965 <<9' II I I 4125
    taketa: I I I

    :ding fred!ton1a o I): (I3ecit* g I

    '\f I
    JOHNSON&r 0 I Y
    'tM" ) I
    TF.FII\ \ li I rrt V "V
    Th!' TOLLt I a
    *t'me'atrrw ,
    z-- I ,
    womoriml OUR
    th' I We
    nentou1i. I jc cUStOMERS! To friendswe 1
    of a joy to greet our good
    ) gift
    send salutationsfor a"I
    moreht's AND FRIENDS friends and to S. E. McKAY
    daf l o joy this ? best wishes Realtor a glorious Yule. I I '
    .lion Mortgage Itroker R. E. WICCINSKEYSTONE; I ,
    !.gecy! TV SERVICE KEYSTONE Geo. E. I ,
    '"bmruPro Associate
    .IOf' 1allow SAF GAS CO. SERVICE :Mrs. :.Mdb.i\ : lljjen Water Works .4
    ) f Phone 473.1551Keystone 1
    Heights Capt. 1C. T. Lo\orn Home of (;fM>d Water
    that tl
    the fa1peeled
    :, ,
    ous 0
    spring! I 1'1
    the tees spots fl'l a t! ) I, I1 I1R f

    the oaentlr 1 i
    CIIRIFirs'<" I
    ) .4 '
    Christ 1I '
    YUI\i.: ,+ I Y
    both.w .J :'f I to all of our many friends..
    sticcesi8t I I I
    I II
    membcthe i I I 1 I
    In eta St I \ C' 1r I "* r 1965

    studenclehny ty ant ;: :
    This ChrUtma*, let m. all give thanks for our

    mcrntxBocletj for th t ttAMO MatRISTMAS I many tickings: let us. renew the npirit of cooperation

    A AFFT t! TES I on which the great and beneficial pro-
    t Pre-i! May .IW ;;;:; .
    atone! Tram of Rural Electrification Is built .
    ChristiReynol ,CLrW. I us renew
    hornet: TO ALL OUR FRIENDS: IN KEYSTONEAND Ab..a .I. glory of Hello! A very

    ChlldnthUtu AnnT: SUUKOUNDING{ AREA Thro.|," Holy tim / Merry Yule toyouandyours To All Our Friend CLAY ELECTRIC
    ,. and Customers COOPERATIVE INC.
    To Our :
    ms."dand And : GENEVA MOONEYHAMHeating Keystone Height Florida
    re'!) Belote's
    Th4iClub 4 Drug Sales c. & c.MOTORS.
    h and
    [ B. (Bill) Helote & Brad Larson Community Owned-Community Ruilt
    5rf EDITH Air Conditioning Community RuilderP.UE

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