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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I VOLUME EIGHTY-NINE STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. NOV. 23 1987 Of FLA. HISTORY NUMBER TWENTY-TWO




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I Mayor Charles Shuford ,.:, 1 < :!too l
and two city councilmen, ;, \:: !
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Mrs. Barbara Jordan tt&1; Bradford's
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Paul Dinkins .
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: opposition in Lawtey's up-

coming: Dec. 5 election.
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Marshall M. M. Jordan, w Compromises

Clerk Ethel Reddish, and Bradford High I
Councilman Robert Scott all ), '
I escaped without an opponent Reached;
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when the qualifying deadline v
paused at noon Saturday. Academic Atmosphere To Net $110,000A

Councilmen Louis Rosier and

Eugene Starling, chairman, are I. l boost of approximately -

Just; completing one year of ly *"0.000 in taxes .;......
their first terms ant / Goal/
two-year
: Principal's
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-t- some since1OCR
do not have to run this De- _ _ .. !
cember. xiruu &? soon sweeten

Lawtey grocerytnan H. C. n Establishing an academic -"Too many are unwilling to Bradford County's finan-'

(Hermle) Kelly in vleingr with i atmosphere is Principal Jim apply Ihcmnelven to dedicate cial pot as the result of a

the veteran Mayor Shuford for :rL Temple's single major goal themselves," the principal negotiated settlement with
the city's top post. Shuford ,while he la at Bradford High stated four timberland owners
has been 1953
since and
la mayor 14 at, the School, he told students Tues- "Many of you feel this (high accepted by the Bradford
computing years day morning In an. assembly school)) Is a time of play; you\ County Commission last
po f. Kelly has served on the
program broadcast over Radio come to see how much you
city council off and on since Thursday.If .
'Station> WPXK. can get away with, Temple
1938 and for and /when the
ran mayor against money
school all about
"What's slated, "I urge you to reverse
Shuford once before. Put Everett, white shell hat In renter, explains"' operation group that Inspected Ilnxlfonl's new vo-terh center In Starke anyway- Learning," the BUS that trend. comes In, the )lion's\ share -
James E. Crawford who approximately 58 cent -
of the Brooker. 1 gee. plant to member.. of the Florida and toured Mix other county Industries principal fluid, answering his "My one goal is to make per
has served one yearas an ap (will go to the Board of Public.
own question. BUS known as a place where
member of the council Crown Council of Chambers of Commerce, the 18-county Instruction.
pointive Pointing out the fact that students care about their academics
la Incumbent Paul County Judge T. A. Tawn,
challenging
Bradford High tudents have But ,the principal
Dinkins in Group 1. Dinklna At Fla. Crown Meeting continually ranked below tholiOl"h cautioned, the Commission's attorney,"
who has .served; on the council of hard told the board Thursday that' .
percentile In statewide "It will take a lot
several different times is asking he had met with attorneys
academic achievement- texts work to overcome a problemlhat
for his second straight and that ninth grade students has existed for 20 years." representing RayonJer, Inc.,

two-year term. Sen. Charley Johns Given Credit have, ranked below the 00th Reading skills can now be Owen-Illinois, Oilman Paper a.. .
Marvin( E. Roaler la seeking 'percentile on statewide learned In. a new BUS electronics Co., and Nelson B. Blocker and
to the council husband- the following compromise had
give a achievement tents for fhe pntt laboratory the principal I.
wife team. He I Is entering poli- 20 year! Temple' told BH3Htinlenta noted, even though it Is been proposed:
tics for the first time to challenge The plaintiffs In the timbertax '
For Development Of Vocational! SchoolsFull "Muny to whom I'm now poorly equipped. He
Incumbent Mrs. Barbara suits would pay all of their
speaking today have not npyears pointed to the new jounallsm
Jordan In Group 5, wife of .... .. .. 1903: and 1966 taxes and
p li e d tlh.v.uov..va'J" .a f'" anV ilua"_'Q now .Tvii._>_14uhlniCP..._...... tflh---*
!Marshall M. M. Jordan, whole would withdraw their appeal
credit for developmentof program man said as lie} was enjoyinghis In school"Telling lolil newspaper twice per ( .
completing her first term, now pending In district cout" ,
class'performance
Roster's wife 1 Is Councilman. Florida's fast growing system hard on It, members praised barbeque after finishing the high school students month, terming the A as well as not contest 1967
of vocationaltechnicalcenters Crown $383,500 vo-tech center, the tour. "you need to make a "outstanding.
Louise Rosier. tuxes' if the county would
Councilman Robert Scott was given to former held their will house $100,000 in Speakers at the morningmeting < declHton now about what you debate foam will be organizedand waive their pro rata. paymentsof

will embark, ;.upon hid third State Senator and Acting vo-tech. ., .here.__ ..,,.. .)' ; Inchtded Ted Oglesby, want'to do with your ediuiaflon'Termptep : BH3 students will -Jacksonville begincrmrprRnidn an, 'ejipir> i witness'''fee of "-
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SlTf.! l the In the new !
term on the council. He Is Governor Charley E. Johns at facility. don't! think I ever saw\ di.of; tor of the new VGtecd1cen.ter < "It's $4,780 incurred: during trial\ of
a quarterly meeting- of the After a facility: with o- Bradford School Supt. choice of academics or the : TV program
(Ln/wtey's/ first Negro councilman more t|> ; /the 1969 suits) last January.In .
and }has gained the repu- Florida Crown Council of motorcade ." said Everett Cline, Tom Casey, Thurmon' : Baileyof new vocational-technical school Academic. recommending that the
tation of being one of Its moat Chambers of Commerce here dustries manager of Florida the State Department of Just! getting Into operation. Temple also said he Is taking commission accept the proposal
and class
astute members Thursday Nov. 16. The group and Foundry Co. Education. Gene Cavanaugh, But he added) BUS Student body Judge Yawn noted that It
The tribute was made by an outdoor Jacksonville. representative of the Florida "Whatever you decide, I: officers on a tour of all the did not Include Container
Clerk Ethel Reddish has E. "Red" Florida 'want you to concentrate schools: In the county.On .
State Sen. Emory group was also!Impress Development Commission and fifth plaintiff
served the city almost as lor*; academic classes other mutters' the prln- Corporation, a
the
Cross as the 17-county group, Brooker at the six industries they Cllne.OsJesby. heavily on In the suits. The board unanimously -
as has Mayor Shuford 13 totaling 84 persons toured the Sen. the Red, Barn Chicken said the primary you take." clpul complimented the high agreed to accept the
years. She considered not running new Bradford-Union I Voca- morning owned by Red Emanuel, function of the center Is to There is too much lost mo- school students on their ob-

for her 14th and 13th tional Technical Center and his Interest Furniture. Corp., [Continued On Pae> Four I tion in he BUS program now l Continued On Page 1 Four] compromise The/ witness fee referred to

years but the council greatly ate the first meal served In technical by Mrs. Loyree Coco- the county' to
was paid by
dependent on the veteran clerk, the sohool's new restaurant- Upton, who Big Dad Mantif Co.. the .. Gainesville
John E. Hudson, a
raised her salary from $58: to like lunchroom."In the Co.. Owen Joist and .. .' .' .m .. "'
testimony -
'. "r" consultant for
$100 month. Mrs. Reddish ;; timber ,
per my opinion you would gram at the Florida: Hyrdocarbcns Co.
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.1. ,.. at the trial.
thought It over and qualified not have this facility If It had Upton Is plant at Brooker. .., ,' the Oil
.. Two of plaintiffs,
last week. not been for Sen. Johns," Sen. set up the \ today I thought ) ,- man and Blocker, have paid

'Marshall', Jordan will begin Cross told officials. It was -technical County was kept their 1969 taxes )in full. The

I his eighth year (fourth term) Sen. Johns who drafted legislation : stlne for by motels and service u a ';1 tlMrel fhhR amounts still owed by Ray-

I in office. for a vocational school and Clay ," one Jacksonville onier and Owen-IUlnols for:

$IYIIMUH l '..a 1965 total 24869.18, plus In..

f Council Ponders l terest.The total due in 1966 taxes

I from Owens-Illinois, Rayonier,
I' Oilman, and Blocker is $33.

173.21, plus Interest' ; and the

I To Advertise, Or Not To the amount same now companies' due for Is 1867$49,481.-from


A tense exchange over the 'brought up the subject of a at $144 being paid for a chenp. x 47 Total still due for the;

I merits and demerits of the 'Page ad !in the Bradford County proval. Davis estimated that ,. 6trA three year period. from these
Is $107,523.88,
City of Starke spending money Fair Premium Book at a Tucker vehicles would use SO to four companies)
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for advertising added a sparkle cost of $100. The expenditure contract of oil annually.. leas discount on 1967 taxes,
to an otherwise dull Council had 'been approved. Inspection Carr Corporation of and plus interest on 1965 and)

I meeting? Tuesday night. Advertising also drew the revealed a submitted the low 1966 taxes.

"Some people object to the spotlight When a contract with it was "not / '' $4.18tor overhead wir Container is still appealing

City upending money for advertising The Hodges Co. of Gastonia, 'City In connection with con Its cage and was not a partyto >

:," observed Councilman N. C. was brought up for approval agreed with of the new power the compromise. This eom-

I Nell Tucker. of the first paymenton 'people < which was accepted.. The [Continued On Page'IXmrl

I "What kind of advertising: a three year agreement penditures other bid was for $7,620

inquired Councilman P. T. totalling- $380 in $10 monthly but did not Kohler &; O'Nell of

Nolln. Installments. If discounted asked for A".w.Petersburg. Local Man .: ,

''Any kind of advertising.! the cost would be $114 an- their Tucker Intro .

Tucker replied. nually. "I tfhlnk members of the Webelos rr

"14 it, the advertising they' Utilities Department Superintendent sary and Scout Den, and their Den Victim Of

see, or the advertising they Oscar Davis explained "but I Mrs. Tucker, who at-
hear?' asked Chairman Orle that he had signedthe are getting the Council meeting as .
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Wigging' without getting any contract for the Natural Following of their monthly project Big Day At Blanding Hit & Run
cleancut answer. Gas Department to be one of Chairman "Citizenship."
Wiggins had previously four local sponsors for the he
placement of Bible displays' In all Thus triple deer kill wait made before, 8:30: a.m. In Camp Illun A
20 locations !In the county. "obligate Driver ninhop'H party of right last Thursday, Nov. 18. Bishop 'bagged a 12-polnt buck, Tom Lee 22-year-old Brown, Starke Is In serious man)

CommunityThanksgiving Including doctors and dentists conferring Wreck On Ervin Young an 8-polntcr, and James Phillips a uplke. Phillip' deer. runt him a condition at the University of
offices, hospital! nursing home members of
Accelerator broken shotgun, however. lie had to chase the wounded spike down and hit him Florida Medical" Center after
and school libraries. Each display mittee. He
cost $70 Davis said, and men agreed In the head with the gun. being struck by a hit and run

ServiceFirst each of the four sponsors rect Orangedale Fla. woman The party Includes Felmon Redd, Percy Mealy, .lame rhllllpi' Erwin: Young, driver while he walked AlongU.

three Camilla Moody DranUey, Jones and IlMi I l"li S. 301 south of Starke
would pay $360 over a Earlier Ruddy Brown, year period, .subject to dis Councilman injured Saturday'Nov. big day brought/ the group's total to five deer. thin .season. all Saturday Nov. 18.
Brown the
thrown from her sta son of Mrs. Jean
Christian Church count. as to of the .
killed H Camp Jilundlng where 71 deer were hugged the first work iwuiton."J
Starke Councilman Nolan observed employees wagon which went out of Roberts of Starke, has a legbroken
In nine and has
places
that the displays must be during when the accelerator

Wed., Nov. 22 "very fancy" to cost $70 each and receive undergone an operation for his
7:30 P.!L and Davis replied that they that time. Brantley was taken to( Injury. He was taken to the
i were. He was Bradford County Hospital Perjury Conviction Handed DownA Bradford County Hospital after
being found Iyln.on the
Special Music Councilman Jimmy McRae firm policy she was reported treat-
pavement of U. S. 301 6.1 miles)
released from the emer-
said that the utilities department that in
All Denominations room. arrest without violence south of Starke. He was]
had an advertising bud might be day-long trial saw William ficer with violence. resisting
Invited get, so he gave approval, in vantage mishap occurred at 11:90:' Ralph' Neighbors 38, a state Two cases set for trial before and States Attorney T. treated in the emergency here
Com- Saturday 3.9: miles north K. Duncan offered no objec and transferred to tae medical
-- his capacity as Utilities remain on prison Inmate, convicted on Judge !Murphree here
mittee chairman for Davis. to try to on the Morgan Road, perjury charges Tuesday In (Monday were disposed of when ,tions. center.
The hit and run vehicle has)
This Space! Contributed sign the contract. NoUn to Florida Highway Circuit Court. the defendants entered pleasof Judge Murphree adjudged
so far not been Identified, according
Weekly to Publicize Councilman Gerald Williams 'tions to / O. C. Garrett. The Sentence was deferred until guilty to leaser charges. the men guilty of the lesser Florida

Community Event by aid he questioned the right paid : Ford wagon went off the Wednesday. however, by Judge Thomas. W. Pot ..' Sr. and hid charge and fined them $100 Patrolman to O. C. Highway Garrett

of any department to obligatethe out bringing side of the road, rolled John A. H. Murphree. NeIgh- eons. Thomas W. Jr., 24, and each. a. +f{
north toward
Brown was walking
The Community city on a contract for the fun onto ls side In the ditch, bors was defended by Public Daniel 22, were to be triedon Thomas Potts :Jr.. also! Starke When the unidentified
more than one year. "It's not At the Mr. Brantley out. of resisting arrest
State Bank Defender R. A. (Buzzy) charges charged with aggravated assault vehicle swerved to the
right for one Council to ob- man told the trooper after with violence Clay Coun-
Green.In upon In the same fracas entered -
and the Injured
right hit him,
future Council," he ask for accident that her acceler F.
ligate a to Sheriff James
Accounts now Insured stuck. The trooper listed the only other action ty Deputy a plea of guilty to assault man told the trooper. Brown
aid. supply of last 2.
up to $15,000 by fills circumstances Tuesday, a jury was pickedfor Chesser Sept. and battery and the said he was knocked into the
McRae acknowledged vehicles. their attorney -
However through
Federal Deposit luuJ'ooan. 'was wrong and said he was by getting report? that the driver the trial Wednesday of judge fined him $100 for that ditch and then rolled back out
Jr. In court Monday the offense i onto the road where he was)
Rushing ,
Corp._ under the impression that the of high d been drinking. Carthel James
contract warn just for one year be bought charged with resisting an of- three entered guilty pleas fo. Continued( On Page Four] found. _t




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r lousos Mr. and and daughters Mrs. John of Kope-Birmingham v- i 'fit wl'M 'Taming Of The Shrew' To Play L trI

Ala. are spending
the long weekend with their .L'. A At Florida SundayTuesdayElizabeth '

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.

Wainwright and Mr. and Mra I Taylor and Rich- lusty Petruchlo (qsurtolspm.-

GLADYS MOOTY\ George Kopelousos. ard Burton star In the racy Ing over Into the streets and II It Takes
Mr. and Mrs. John St. Clair'
Ii Shakespearean comedy, "The even the roots of "anciept"Padua '
Phone 964-7603 of Bradenton weekend
.. were Taming of the Shrew," the that had to bq recon I
of and Mrs. I
J guests Mr- George Quality
Columbia Picture release to structedwere begun sixmonths

Among the college students Mrs Jack Deweea Jr. and Flynn Jr. and attended the screen at the Florida Theatre before the camera began

coming home for ,the long daughter of Hialeah are Florida-Kentucky game. Sunday-Tuesday, Nov. 20-28. turning.To Food

Weekend are: Martha and spending this week with Dr. Mr. and Mrs. L- H. Gibbon Franco Zetflrelll, famed< Italian make their robust ro- I

Alary Bollinger from William- tad Mrs. T. G. Ritch. Joiningthe celebrated their 32nd wedding( stage and opera director mance, Che Burtons and Zef- >

carey l College: Betsy Mat- family on Thanksgiving/ friends anniversary\ In tor Sunday the with evening a few s makes his motion. picture directorial flrelll used the facilities of I Careful Planning and

from Andrew College; will be Mr. Deweee and Mrs. debut? with the romantic
the largest and moat modern
Hardy, N. Professional
T. Ritch and son. Nelson, comedy. Starred with motion picture studio com-
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Wood-
)nd Tommy Andrews from theVnlversll'y of Hialeah, and Mrs. Carrie the Burtons are Cyril Cusaclc
plex In Europe, the De Lau- Pleasant Dining.
burn of Elmhurst, Ill. were Insure
of Jane 11
Georgia; Ritch and Miss Annie Darby. to Michael Hordern Alfred renitls Studios, of Rome. Four
visitorsof
Adama, Dave Long and Gene >Local admittances( to Brad- Saturday Tuesday 1 Lynch' and Alan Webb. The
oversized sound, stages and AND MORE AT
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wood- YOU GET THESE
;Wiggins from FSU
; Larry ford County Hospital this new film also. features Victor adjoining lots were transformed

Noegel from University of AlJibama week Include: Mrs. Frances burn.Mr. 3'i7Woman's Splnettl' Michael York and Na- Into colorful Padua, where'
and Mrs. J. Ray Mc-
; Jayne Hardy from Tlft Fulghum Mrs. Pearl Belton, tasha Pyne.Preparation. the shrewish' Katharlna is TO-REHA RESTAURANT
Fadden and Mrs. C. W. Eddyof 'I
College, and Phyllis Haddock I
Mrs. Lucia Thomas Mrs. Ann
the bolsteriously wooed and won
for filming
Mobile, Ala. were weekend
from High Point N. C. L. Hardee, Mrs. Lucille Mae STARKE, FLA.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. O Club of the Shrew with Its clash by a poverty-stricken gentleman 1 U. S. 301 NORTH
Gent Morrie of Gainesville SignsOfficers
Carter. Mrs. Alma L. Gill, .
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Dansby.Mr. between the fiery Katharlna from Verona the handsome .
end Mrs. Jean Gaaklna of Law- Mrs. Mary Ruth Johnson Mrs and Mrs. Herb Thomas (Elizabeth' Taylor) and the wily Petruchlo. >_- -- i!. : ..:. .. _., ..,,_ ,
'toy are patients In the Starke Mary Lou Griffis, Felicia Fay ten of the Starke Woman's Club present Mayor Carl
who pent the past days -
.:Nursing Home Gollsby, Mrs. Carrie Rhoden at their In the Scrub, Hunt a sign denoting their club. Mrs Dot Sale president.
Miss Marla Moore? of FSU camp -- -
and Mrs. Ella Sweat, all. of
holds the sign and Mini. Delia Is first vice- Murder '
:and Tom Galloway of the University >. Starke; Mrs. Murlar L. Nor- had as guests Mrs. Kathleen Rosenberg, left Charge

of Alabama will be man and Donna Tyler of Law- Goethe and Bill Goethe and president.

-weekend guest: of Mrs. Martha tey; Johnnie\ Lee Foster of sons of Kant Palatka. and Mr. Is DismissedMurder That Man's'

: Moore Brooker: and Michael Wingate and Mrs. John Rule and James

McNeely of Brunswick Ga. Mr. and Mrs. George W.Cheshier .
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter of Keystone Helglitfs. Court
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof Oct. 6 I County charges against a
spent Nov.
to
:Sr. will have as Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- ,
Hawthorne woman
Merritt Island will\ spend 15 with (heir son-in-law and 35-year-old
guests Mr. and Mrs. Richard
gomery attended the golden with his Traffic Counts Sallle Mae Watson, have 'been Almost
the weekend parents Mr.
Weet, Mr. and Mrs. Luclar wedding anniversary\ Sundayof daughter and Mrs. ROb-
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gibson' ert Whitney, and dismissed from County Judge'sCourt
Johns and Miss Marion Faulk their uncle and aun.t, Mr. ; new baby

.of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Roy Farnell in High Mr. and Mrs. Clarence son, John Michael In Fort Draw Big FinesHeavy here. in
in Clarksvllle\ The woman was cnargea
Hutcheson are Worth Texas.
W R. Mathls of Gainesville
Springs.Mr. Tenn. for the Thanksgiving /Mr. and Mrs. Frank the fatal shooting of her husband !
and Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Cal.ter'Jr. and Mrs. Lamar Shawof Pruittof at Herb- Here Again
flrtearflt one three- Jerry Watson, -
and families' holidays wilt their son, Aaron Tampa and Mr. and Mrs.
Miami are spending the long In9peedv'llte
day jail sentence were handed ert Brown's juke joint
and family.
Hutcheson, Ed Bromlekln of
Mrs. Bill Costello and Gainesvillewere
weekend with Mrs. F. J. Shaw.
!
traffic violations dur- community near
Jollenbeck of out for a
Miss Chrlsta
'daughter Stella Jane, accompanied Sunday visitors of Mr.
\ Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Rags- I
by Carol Richards and I Miami was visiting her brother- and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. ing Plea Day proceedings In Keystone, last Saturday
dale will have as Thanksgivingguests and Dr. and Mrs. County Judge's Court Tues- night, Nov. 18. She had been
Pearle Wolf red attended the Mr. and Mrs. W. S. in-law sister Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vining .
"Jacksonville Symphona Orchestra D. W. Whiffen, from Wednes- and children of Palatka, and day. hold In the Bradford County r
Cubler and daughter of Fort
to Sunday. [Mr. and Mrs. The county's, November case Jail without ball '
Concert at the Civic day J. W. Timme-
Dennis Gubler of the
Pierce,
Williams load totaled'3 but do- Bradford Deputy Sheriff t oL
,
'Mr. and Mrs. C. D. man of Stockton Ga. many
Auditorium Saturday after areThanksgiving '
University of Alabama and am' Reddish Investigating .
and Miss Janie Moyer of Jacksonville guests of Mr. fendnrfj plead guilty Dolph / -
noon. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Burcteshaw .T. A. Yawn h'8Ionr' \ officer, said the victim was 1
were Sunday visitorsof and L. Judge
Mrs. D.
Mrs Roy Ward and daughter Vining.
and Mrs. J. W. Howell of
of the lightest Plea Days' In shot with a ,22-caliber revolve
Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wig. Mr,
Jane, and Darby Peek of Okeechobee. Dural Ragsdole of and Mrs. Merrill Ed-
some time. Court was. held In and was pronounced dead-on-
wards
:Lake City are joining their Florida Southern College wit! gins.Mr. have as Thanksgiving Clerk'Charles at Atachua General]
and Mrs. Robert Barry guests heir children Mr. and County Darby'foffice arrival
mother, Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. be home for the long weekend. r
and Miss Beverly because Circuit Courtproceedings Hospital in Gainesville
of
Newberry Mrs. Jerome Edwards and
Thanksgiving day. ,,' ar
son Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hollldav'wlll had courtroom ,lip '
Gainesville are the big
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. 'Haddock. visit their son, Pvt. Patterson of family of Naples, Steve Ed- ,
Thanksgiving\ guests of Dr. wards of FSU, and Mr. and upstairs occupied. Courthouse bN
.:and family will visit Mrs. C. C. Arthur Holliday at Fort Ben- ,
Mrs. A. J. Barry. James GeorjGeegan\ St '
and Mrs. David Blacks of Waldo.
Teaton In Kingsland' Ga. one ning, Ga. over the weekend. sentenced to Draft Board
visiting his Petersburg\, was
Dan Cowen was Mr. and Mrs. Black have re- r
.Thanksgiving. I (Mrs. W. H. Hart was visit- aunt, Miss Louise Johns, In cently moved to Waldo from three days In. jail and a fine To Close 2 Days !
Ronald Craw-
Mr. and Mrs. RObert' Tanner ing Mr. and Mra
Ga. the week- of $100 after pleading guiltyto
Atlanta, over Salt Lake City, Utah. Mr.
:of Baldwin were last Friday ford in Orange. Park on Fridayand end and attended Ole Georgia Black has taken, a position : traveling 90 mph on US-301 Bradford County's courthouse -

visitors of MI' J. H. Fields. Saturday.Mr. ( Tech-Notre Dame game. Miss with the U. of F. television north of Lawtey on Nov. 2. and ''Selective Service I
David Montgomery I
and Mra.
Mr. and Mrs. George Powell Johns returned with Dan to station. Jesse James Snoddy was Board No. 18 will be closed .

"have returned to their home In will have as Thanksgiving spend this week with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan sentenced to a fine of $75 or both Thursday and Friday, !

+ :Newton, N. C. after ten days guests Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charlie Cowen. Of Lako City, Mr. and Mrs. five days In Jail after pleading Nov. 22 and 23, tot! the
Tolbert and Rev. and
H. L. .
visit with Mrs. Fields.
P. Gulsilnger!' guilty on an unlawful I
Sr. of Mrs. Roger Charles Lawson of Tallahassee, Thanksgiving Holidays.
Mrs. E. F. Montgomery
Lake City, Rev. and Mrs. Ed and three daughters of Baton and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. speed charge. Edward Jones of The Post Office, banks and HURRY HURRY ...,;;IT'S/ '
and of Rouge, La. are guests thlit Morar of Panama City are Lawtey forfeited a bond of Stake city hall will close :
family
: GOINGHUNTING Montomery Old- week of her parents Mr. and Thanksgiving guests of their 175: after being charged with Thanksgiving Day only as is GETTING LATE
Orange Park, Mrs. George '
: and J. Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Mr. Guis- parent, Mr. and Mrs! H. A. reckless driving on US-301 customary. Stores will also ; ,
ham of Jasper Mrs.!
Gainesville.Mr \ siner joined the family on Lawson north of Lawtey.. be open Friday. CHRISTMAS
; W. Conyers of IS STILL ON' THE SAME
? and Mrs. Bill Costelloand Thanksgiving day for the remainder (Mrs. Ernestine Hooks of Ronald John Johnson, Jack-
of the week. sonville, forfeited a bond of RIGHT POINT for the
New Orleans, La., Mrs. Melvin TilE
: visited the Christmas -
family bazaar at St. Agnes Mrs. Virginia Smith of Orlando Harbin of Jacksonville Beach $150: after being charged with way you write. Come In aniMlect > OLD DATE. WE ARE READYVON'T .

New Slate former Starke resident, and Cecil Crews of Moore traveling 100 mph .on US-301 your ravnrfte ESTER

t. farm "CO"Iiuuranca I School SundaY In afternoon.St. Augustine on has accepted a position In Haven are- Thanksgiving: weekend last Sept. 30. BROOK .ountalr prn. TEIJC \ LET YOU DOWN HERE ARE
Waiklkt Honolulu Hawaii. ; There were 27 cases of nnawful.
10 Ella Mrs.Pearl guests of their brother and GRAPH
S provides extra I Mra. Moody Mrs. F.' E. BoMnger, who MA ] .> .NrJ Colson Mrs;' W. H. Hart and sl t 'l'-n-IIIW.! Mr. and .t' THE GRANDEST GIFTS IN ;TOWN! :
eoveragefor visited has been a patient in the Lester Crews. period, 13 persons were -. .' ,
Edith Christiansen NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Mrs.
personalInjuries tr Hospital the\ charged with writing worthless .
Bradford County
Miss Sue Morris of West
Mr. Mrs. C. W.
: and and Beasleyand Sealed bids will be received
lost equipment family in Gainesville on past three months, has been Hollywood will spend the checks, six with voluntary until December 1 on timber We Appreciate Your Patronage'sHorne
.. moved to the St'arke Nursing Intoxication, four for operatinga
,. arranged n.n r. Sunday. weekend with her mother, Mrs. located on property of Evergreen
loMantly. Home E. C. Morris, who has moved motor vehicle without a drlv.er's -
Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Or- Baptist Church, west of
me before Mrs T. N. Limbaugh of from N. Walnut street to 125 license, three for no validdriver's Owned and
lando Is spending the Thanksgiving Lawtey. : off Highway! 125. Bid Operatedleila's
her license, and two for
Lakeland is the guest of
: Jfougo s rou etelude holiday with Mr. and W. Washington Street. may be mailed or delivered h
sister, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. reckless driving and failure to
Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Cecil Crawifurdi: Sr., Lawtey.
Mr. and Mrs. John Crook yield the rlght-of+way,
Mrs. Bobby! Welch of Crest- Local Holiday Inn Fla.+ or Mrs. Inez Bryce Law-
., U<
:
of Monroe, N. C. are *u" Dress and Gift
view la visiting her parents.Dr. tey, Fla. The church reserves Shop
f': this week; of Rev. and Mrs. R. Restaurant Mgr.
: :MERIUTT and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., D. Burch. Ranger Warns the right to reject any or all

from Wednesday ,to Sunday Wins AwardCurtis bids. 132-1 E. Call St. .
: WILLIAMS while Mr. Welch to hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlong Of Fires Due 26 chg.; 1130| Phone 96 i5051Bodcocltb

and family of Tlfton, Ga. are Edwards restaurant, .
,
and Mrs. Sale will
Mr Guy
.
: 117 N. weekend Mr. visiting\ their parents, Mr. and manager of the Holiday Inn of To
have as guests Drought
Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Mr. and
: Walnut and 'Mr Keith GUllngham\ and Starke was awarded a gold
Mrs. J. W. Furlong. watch for being In the top
of Jacksonville
daughter Kathy, -
d iii 1' ',961-5391 and Mrs. John Yates of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stockton eight per cent of the 900 restaurant With no measurable rainfallIn

e .. Valdosta: Ga. of Jacksonville were Sat- managers In the Inter- the county since November "t-noW! 1o: -
t urday visitors of Dr. and MrsA. national Association of Holi- 1, County Ranger J. C. Prevail
Miss' Jean Mundy of Tallahassee J. Barry. day Inns. Jr. warns that drought i
and Mrs. Patricia Mc
conditions
: ItATt FARM PlRf AND CASUALTY COMPAM:] Lendon;of Rock Hill S. C. will Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson The presentation was made are reaching serious
,
.
HOUC OfflCfc BUOMINGION\ ILLINOIS! be weekend guests of Mrs. W. attended the funeral of her during last week's meeting of proportions threat of increasing the

B. Mundy. father, N. N. Strlngfellow In the Mississippi Management damaging woods PEN11
fires. He
asks for
I Headland, Ala. on Sunday. Franchise of Holiday Inns In extra cau- Til CHRISTMAS

:I -, Hammond.. La. I tion on, the part of persona_. .., ---.0
burning trash or starting fires
Attending the meeting with
of any other kind outdoors.
HAVE YOUR Mr. Edwards e
FAMILY Y were Jack Col- The Florida Forest Service
bert, of the
manager
Holiday
has started Its fire line plow-
: Inn of Starke Mrs.
Colbert,
Ing program and Is again 0"
and Mrs.
Edwards. ferlng 15 minutes of compli-

a mentary work, with a rate of '

Mary Brown WinsCarp's $10 per hour for all over the ty t6AVosW

r first 15 minutes Persons interested
ContestMrs. .
In this service may
k
call the ranger station (Starke 12" Slaewalk Bike
Mary Brown local Cow.rn from bov' feal's
AT 964.M3)jior( Lake Butler 496- .odd, 1ft s.rond..
.
Strout Auto $2495
v Realty agent declared Mustang ,
was ,
4221) 'n.h.d I"
or contact their local 'Iamboant
THE winner of Carp's recent P.*al drlv.{ ads ,.... .
: ranger. (I.'obl. to 3
20" Satellite Convertible
Queen of the Day contest and During..the.week Nov. 13-20 petition I Pin-':: sn-11 amroAwdli.h/r.ar. -
was presented with a S25: gift b.hind lam. :
the Forest; Service with "" and "" "' $3991
certificate from the store. tram .. :, ':
1 1I County fenrom end '
ctJ'J1lflllL five fires In Bradford ...hl... (rim." -., eaAN made 'In icendr.'lam.'/
Roy Burnham, manager of with 3 acres 'burned. Since! toyant' red flnl"I '.

RESTAURANT Carp's, said the winner was January 1 .there have been 118 I

determined by a drawing held fires with
861 acres burned, I
I .: on November 11. The Queenof as compared with 75 fires and 34" Wagon
16" Sidewalk
The Day contest proved 4726 acres\ burned during the tt.avt 4 aauo. <*n.lined $995 Converts from 'boy't Bike ,

very popular, and will becomean same period last year. gold I In metol.lie with I. y girl! I'. model In ..eond. 'to.

annual ovcnt, he said. No measurable rainfall has red whoeli ondwhltewalli r.niihd, 'In flamboyant.
9711
aeppe .
been reported In the county AI.o ovall.bI. ,hi, 21'. .r..
since November' 1., .1'''' $2995

Horse Crossing /

: P SR-100 Sunday Recent BirthMr. '" '.a"ov""u


r Struck By CarA and Mrs. ..Charles Eu-
PLAY
: geiw Ross of Lawtey announce GYMS
t ROAST TURKEY WITH DRESSING horse crossing! SR-100 at i
the: birth of Assist
dusk a son, Charles Physical fit nun
: Sunday was struck by
Eugene!: Jr. Nov. 16 )in Through
on Safe
Cranberry Sauce Giblet Gravy fer / a car driven by Willie Monroe (
; Bulls
r. Camper, 29, of Keystone ]Bradford County Hospital. Healthful Play That :

Heights Florida I Highway \ \ Strong .Bo li.* And At.rtl.a..ov..u.

: ,;...- Patrolman Of. !.. Garrett r... \ \\ Minds. *
$1 :
50
a
:
-' e portednn. --.1 DEIUXE.8.PtAY GYM
The THE BRADFORD H.,./. fun and,
collision caused $800 COUNTY TELEGRAPH Hearth .'e, :The
OR damage, to Camper's 1064 arNP \ Whole Oang. IMuerra'ed 53905

Chevrolet coupe and broke Published every Thursday at the left.

: BAKED. HAM r $2.00 two of the horses legs.; The I .t 138 W. Call St.. ovadu 5 PLAY GYM

G animal Is owned by J. A. Lee, Starke, Fla, 32091 Smaller 4. ,lef
Rt. 1, Starke. Camper was not Gym Sot -
Injured. Second class postage. paid a b"h1r, y a+. V % fl+ ,,lrt .i9,, With Sam Safety S24"EASIEST

: Both Served With The accident occurred at 6:30: I at Starke. Fla. .... P2PO .eoture* .

"" p.m. Sunday 2.7 miles south I Subscription Rate: ,r,+) .!,. IO' PRECISION MADE ULTRA-DELUXE GYM

: n : .Of Starke on SR-100. In trade area: $4.00 perTear :hrrk )n.... Ftalum .- uo 750 LB. TEST CHAINS 2'4 inch Top Bar and
'S"'Q"j' sro
., Choice of Two Vegetables I u... 10 FeeUln he.
; $2.25: six! months. 2 Panenger Metal lawn ;;' TeA.A BAKED ENAMEL FINISH : .noli. 54995e

I '!*<. 7 Net Slid. DURABLE and STURDY.
:. Congealed Salad Garden Club I Outside trade area: "' ..GOper I 1 Swinge" /Ui8YMtUIXTU MMMoUD

.. I year; $2.SO: a1x'mooUIIL e 2 Bar GBde Hide .
.J ) /
Mince Meat Pumpkin Pie The Starke Garden Club I '
: or will have a program on Landscaping ,, E. L. Matthews,. editor and 1w1 ;dt 1 1 1 i "
LOWEST PRICES
Coffee or Ice Tea J ) at their meeting Mon j publisher TERM

day night ''at 7:30: p.m. at the j. 12S S. Walnut St.

home .of Miss Ma Parker Phone H45289I

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Hospital AuxiliaryMet Tea Given Sunday St. Mark's Church Klncald, Mrs. Ben Rowland, Keystone Heights on Nov. Clot pleasantly surprised at a family
j and Mrs. Paul Canova. I 2 p. m. dinner given in her honor
Monday NightThe For Carolyn Knox, Honors John PowellAt Given In marriage by her Sunday at the home of her

Dinner Phyllis Williamson father the bride wore a white nephew and niece Mr. aDd
general meeting of the BrideelectMiss SundayThe overlaoe street length dress! Mrs. S. T. Dell in OalnesvlHo..

Bradford County Hospital i'i'I members of St. Mark's Weds Michael ZikeMr. and coronation veil. She car- Among the 43 guests enjoying

Auxllary was held Monday Carolyn Knox, fiancee Episcopal Church a din ried a bridal bouquet of white the occasion were Mrs.Wilson's .
-- gave Mrs. H. Williamson
and C. -
night at St. Mark's parish of Jimmy Wiggins, was honored ner at noon followIng mums.A nephews and nieces,
house with Mrs. Loyree Coco- at a tea Sunday afternoon I church services Sunday at Cae Par-. of Mlddleburg announce reception was held at the g eat nephews and nieces, and
GLADYS MOOTY mlse presiding. the marriage of their great, great nephews and nieces
given by Mrs. Charles ish House, John home of the groom's parents
honoring
!
Phone 961-7608 Mrs. J. W. Klncald reportedon Darby, Mrs. Don Neel and Powell, who has daughter. Phyllis to SP 4 following the wedding. from Miami Tallahassee
recently retired -
I f.. Michael E. Zlke of the U. S. Island Orlando,
-" the annual conference of Mrs. W. M Hatcher Jr at from active the St. Simon's ,
!the association of Florida duty on Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville, Green Cove
> the home of the latter on East vestry.Mr. Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson
FHA held at Raleigh Zlke, of Keystone Springs, and Cocoa.
Hospital Auxiliaries
ChapterHas I BPW Members Call Street. Powell has been treasurer -
the Diplomat Hotel in Holly- Standing In the receivingline Heights Birthday, HonoreeMrs. Amonfl the many lovely
of the church for 13years
InstallationAn Plan BazaarThe marriage took place! at
The
wood Nov. 810.E. were Miss Knox and Mrs. gifts given to Mra. Wilson was
choir
director, super the home of J. R. Chaateen In ; Joseph E. Wilson was a color TV set.
F. Saunders, hospital ad- Orle Wiggins: mother of the
Installation of officers. Starke Business and ,pH ,. intendent of the Sunday School -------
was held by the Future Homemakers Professional Women' Club ministrator, announced that bridegroom-to-be. ... for many years, and supervisor -
of America the steam table and equip Arrangements of yellow of the church properties.He .
at their met Thursday night, Nov. 16, .
meeting on Tuesday Nov. U, at the home of Mrs. Ruth ment, donated by GUI Kope- chrysanthemums were used to > .',.1, ,,<' .,;.t'';,:""j\1\, I I has been a valued mem- ENJOYThanksgiving
louses and the Auxiliary, highlight points of Interest in ;
at the school. Haddock on Ralford Road, .,. P. "''':' ber of St. Mark's Church and
should! be ready for use Fri- the! party rooms. The tea table I ,, r'jt.'jJ was shown appreciation, forma I
The installation table was with Mrs. Evelyn Haney pre- '" ,,, ', :
covered with -----
was
an Imported efforts and ae-
centered rounded by with eight a white Bible, can-sur- siding.Plans were completed for day.A standing vote of thanks cutwork cloth and centered. Ekard:Whitehead voflon untiring to the church. /

dles representing the organization the Christmas Bazaar to be was given to Mrs. Cooomlse with an arrangement of yellow ToldMr. 'Clyde Tenwlllegar was mast DinnerAT .
of FHA, and one red held December 1-2 In the for her time and effort In. chrysanthemums and< Engagement er of ceremonies and follow I
candle representing, home economics. Starke Plaza. securing the beautiful furniture :- greenery. Lighted yellow tapersIn ing the dinner, paid tribute i
for the hospital lobby. sliver candelabra were on to "one who has been truly
,
: Each new officer Mrs Dean Rhoden was In and Mrs. James Ekard
either side of the
lighted a candle to representthe charge of the program on life During the program. Mrs. Mrs. Charles arrangement. announce the engagement of dedicated to his religious I
Invited "
duties and responsibilities Insurance. Cocomlse and Mrs. Nate Dyal Darby their daughter, Eugenia! to duties
of her office.. Miss Delia Rosenberg. presented showed slides of Norway, Sweden gueefs to the tea table and Andrew William WhItehead of, Mr. Powell was presented a!
I Miss Susan Wiggins and Mrs, I gift from the church, after',:
Denmark and COsta Rica. Jacksonville
Those Installed Elaine a sift to Mrs. Haddock,
were: Don Neel, sisters of the
Murray, president Elaine for her new home. Mrs. Titus Olson and her I groom Miss EkaI'<1, a 1064 Q'l'I1dI11 which everyone sang Happy/ I
:
to-be, presided at the punch
he cut the birthday
Birthday as -
School,
committee served refresh- ate of Bradford High
Foster, vice president: Kay bowl and coffee service. Others
Norman, secretary Mary Ian ments during the social hour. will. receive her B. A. degreeIn cake
; PresbyteriansPlan in Mrs,
assisting! serving were Elementary Education! from The dinner was served from
Cooper treasurer; Lynn L. F. Dlnklns, Mrs.
Marilyn buffet table which was over
LuncheonThe the University South :Florida a
Greene historian. : Carol McKinney Little Women
-
Roberts, Mrs. J. V. Crosby,
,. Tampa, In December. SheIs laid with a white doth centered -
parliamentarian; and Women's Plan Xmas FormalMrs. Mrs. Robert Nobles! Mrs. Bet- wIth| a brass turkey
Linda Paterson reporter.Approximately Council of the a member of Delta Zeta MENU
ty Register and Mills Gayle -
First Presbyterian Church will sorority. basket holding fall foliage and
45 FHA be hostesses for the members A. G. Loudon presenteda Hatcher. Mr. Whitehead, a 1964 flowers. Guests were seated
:members attended this meeting of the Women of the Churchat program on cosmetics at the Out of town guests Included: graduate of du Pont High. at long tables' which were decorated Roast Young Turkey and Dressing

a 12:15: : luncheon. on Novem- Little Women's Club meeting Mrs. C. D. Williams and School Jacksonville, attended with sprays of red bern Baked Ham
ber 29 In the old Manse. Monday night of last week. daughter, Miss Janie Moyer, the University of South, e.. I''

Beta ,Sigma Phi Mrs. J. R. Neale, chairmanof Evelyn Sinclair served as and Mrs. George Williams, Florida and Is now stationedat The mantel was decoratedwith Asparagus Green Peas
aunts and cousin of the!
District Five. Sirwannee model for Mrs. Loudon. Orlando Air Force Base magnolia boughs and
Beta Sigma Phi Sororitywill Presbytery, and Mrs. Earnest groom-elect, and the Misses A December 17 wedding I is centered with a brass container Selection of Seven Salads
meet Marilyn Bellinger presidedover Faye Cobb, Edith Bowser, and -
Monday, Nov. 27 at Bartlett of Melrose will be the session planned!! holding red berries and yellow
8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. guest apeakera. A will the business whena Norma Harshbarger of Jack. marigolds Interspersedwith Choice of Desserts
Lois Clark In Keystone nursery Christmas' formal was planned onvllle, roommates of Miss white narcisal.
Heights. Members are remind be provided. for Dec. 23 as a money Knox. Cadette Scouts Mr. Terwillegar Introduced Pumpkin Pie, Sweet Potato Pie, or Three Fruit (Cobblers

ed to bring a small gift for (Member planning to attendare making project. The hostesses presented Miss See DemonstrationBy the speaker for the occasion!!
I asked to call Mrs. Charles Coffee Tea
I' Knox with a silver compote as Jack Nolan of the Church of or
the mental hospitals of Florida The hostesses served refresh I'
Schmtttf by Monday, Nov. 27, Mrs. Hardin
a memento of the oooastonApproximately \ Christ, Jacksonville, who spokeon
,i phone 984-5042.: ments during the social hour. 100 guests "Gifts In the Lord's Work." AT REGULAR BUFFET ? PRICES
were invited to call between Mr!. L. v: Hardin, a formerpresident Mrs. Nolan accompanied him
the hours three and five ; or tne 8.arke'Gar- to the dinner.
STARKE PLAZA o'clock den Club gave an tnt.ereetlnwIdemonst.ratlon Rev. R. E. MacBIatn also expressed -
of flower arranging -
$1.45
Open All Day Every Day thanks to Mr. Powell
of
for the Girl Scouts .
!
FRI. & SAT. UNTIL 7 P. M. Carolyn, FaulknerIs Cadette Troop 606 at their work.for his many hours of devoted

ComplimentedAt St.meeting Edward's Monday Parish afternoon: Hall. She In Mrs. George Winkler was Children'' 12 or Under $1.00
chairman of the affair and
Bridal Shower the basic principle
.SAT. ONLYPRECHRISTMAS of explained design, color, proportion was assisted by the president, Served From 11 A.M. TO 9:30t: \ P.M.
Miss Carolyn Faulkner, and balance and demonstrated Mrs. Kenneth Grlder, Mrs.
bride-elecf of Dec. 9 the Clyde Tenwlllegar, Mrs. James '
was
: each principle In a manner The Entire '
inspiration for a bridal shower which delighted and Inspired Blackshear, Mrs. Maxle Carter, Bring' Family
1 ; given Tuesday night of last the girls.During. \Mrs.' O. L Beasley Mrs J. W I.

week In the Christian Church the business meet- .

Fellowship Hatl. Hostesseswere Ing Carol Richards :Mary El
'Mrs. Edwin Williams, len Wager and Pearle Wolfred
'Mrs. Charles Zipperer, Mrs. I
were elected patrol leaders
EVERYTHING'ON Charles Reese, Mrs. Harold and: Rhonda Edwards, Saleeta
Waters, Mrs. Ralph Merritt, Hall end Beverly Strunk,'assistant STUMP'S.
Mrs. Glen Moore, Mrs. Lonnie patrol leaders. Kelly

Fullwood, Mrs. John Arthur Richards will* serve as Telephone '
Reddish, Mrs. Tim Warren, Chairman Janine day
Mrs. Gerald Grlffls. Mrs. Bob was named Scout of the Week.

Smith and Mrs. Tommy Col- Plans were discussed for STEP INTO ALL THE NEW: <. \.j ..

for Girls' son.A pink and white color den participation Club. and In for a sending Junior Oar-supplies I WINTER STYLES OF

scheme was carried 'out In the to needy civilians'.1nl

SA-[ party decorations. The refresh South Viet Nam. Mary Ellen,
ment table was covered: witha Wager read a poem on the'
& Boys474i' whife' linen cutwork cloth meaning of Thanksgiving.The I
and centered with an arrangement next meeting will be PERSONALITYSHOES

of pink roses flankedby held Tuesday, Dec. S. 3:39 V>. I
.
..--r silver candle holders with m. In St. Edwards Pariah Hall.I ,

) white tapers. All girls in grades, T, 8, and 9i I
Games were played during for Cadette Scouts
: Oh f:17entt are eligible )I
/4'1 the party hours and prizes and are cordially Invited to
awarded.
were attend the next meeting. I
The hostesses presented the For furher tnlonnatJon/:call

honoree with a steam Iron Mrs Bill ConteUo\ leader, at -
EVERY ITEM IN EVERY CATEGORY LISTED BELOW'WILL as a memento of the occasion. 964-6232 or' .Mrs Bill Epps,,
One hundred guests were in- assistant leader at 964-6285. I

: BE ON SALE AT CARP'S-FRF. & SAT. ONLYiniiit'iiiMMimiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniimtiiinii vited to attend this delightful

l affair Altar Society I THE KID-O RONNIE

'I'I"'I" *a Youth Fellowship Plans Supper

Every Girls'and Boys'Shoes at Carp's on Sale! .; Meeting Enjoyed I St. Edward's Altar Society

.J Our .ntlr. stock loafers and dressy off sizes '... SaturdayNight i will meet Wedneday, Nov. 29
1 Parish
I at 7:30: p. m, In the
t..I..I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIII11111111.. 11..." ......, I Hall.
The first meeting of the

) Every Girls' Dress at Carp's on Sale! last Youth Saturday Fellowship night was at 'held the covered Plana will dish be supper discussed to be for heldin a

'Our entire;; new stock of Holiday dresses all sizes\.. iMadlson Street Baptist early December with a dateto '.
/ .
be decided on at the meet- ,
1I1111111 111 iniiMiiiiiiiiiminmnMiiiiiiMinH till"11..1.. .., Church under the direction of Inc Plans will be made for
ministers and leaders of participating
Girls' Blouse & Shirt at Sale I I'I churches. The the children's Christmas party -
Every Carp's on and also on the agenda
Fashion Moves
young people enjoyed singing selling' Up Front
t Big selection In special group of permanent press all sizes and games, and participatedin will be discussion Fair of ads. ':
Bradford' County
'I a panel discussion concernIng recitedon Ductile down beautifully with these! exciting
,.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111.1111.I The Rosary will be
teenage questions the first Sunday after the Brown Kid Stroller ideas from Personality. Big Buckles are

I ) Every Girls' Slack at Carp's on Sale I The discussion was led by monthly meeting. All women smashing: out of the
Rev. Olen Lawhon. Virgil:
Many sfyf.sv fabrics and colors permanent press all sizes Lovett, W. A. Hogan' Robert are asked to occupy front COWBOY nary wide straps ordl$13$( 99
In the church. I fashion
dash.
Birch, and William George.: pews HEELS only $$899
...11.1111111.11111111111111111111111111111'111111111111.111 1111111.111111'" 'Approximately 60 teenagers I

Sale attended the Interdominatlon-: Suppers Given Black or Brown
Every Girls' Coat & Jacket at Carp's on !II
al fellowship. Refreshmentswere
For Rev. Ramsey I
I, JL Dress coats car coats Jackets. 2., 3tfx712 flE&sw. served by ,the host
church. And FamilyThe I
...........11111111111111111111111111111111111111..111111111111111.. HIIIIIIM The next fellowship will beheld

1 Every Girls' Panties at Carp's on Sale! Church at In the January First, with Baptist the class of Young the Pine:Married Level Couples Baptist MY ,GAL SAL THE CONCORDE

Big assortment of styles fabric, colors sizes 2.144 date. to be announced later. Church entertained! last ,Friday -' r
I night with a supper party
....III..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIII.IIIIIIII.I11..1111 111.1111..1.' Candy Stripers 'for the pastor. Rev. Donaldj

) Every Girls'and6oys'Socks Carp's on Sale! ( Send Xmas Boxes prior Ramsey to and their!Mrs.departure Ramsey this I Nt''

i Every typo, every fabric In the store/ every pair on sal. To ServicemenThe week where for Mr. Mesquite Ramsey has Texas accep-,

t..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.11111111111 11111'111111'.1'I ted pastorate. of the East
Candy Stripers held a
Baptist Church. The,
I ) Every Boys' Sport Shirt at Carp's on Sale. meeting Bradford Monday County night Hospital at the to class Ridge presented Mr. Ramsey I

All styles, solids' stripes plaids all permanent press 8.18 report on their project of silver who was tray.Preceding!their>. teacher, with a;I

sending packages to the local
....HIIMII 11 Iltll1llll1..11111111111 11 111111..1111111111..1111..11111..1.. county men serving in Viet Prayer Meetings,
Wednesday night, the congregation

) Every Boys' Dress Shirt at Carp's on Sale I nam.To date, donations! of van held honoring a the covered Ramseys dish I: Swing Low, Sweet Little Heels.: To carry How handsome they are the new-look

Long sleeve/ permanent press perfect gifts sizes tf-TS ious items for the boxes ... and supper their) children I you anywhere you want to go this Mason handsewns. Newly-Square toe, Newly-in-
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-"'.". a. money have made It npired detail. The greatest
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I possible to airmail 27 five Garden Hosts gear going. Wherever you're ONLY
Every Boys' Cord & Corduroy Pants at Carp's on Sale! pound boxes to local servJce-1 I I going this season.
men. Each bax Gridders For Steak I
Jt All permanent press, fastbacks and Ivy styles/ sizes 8-18 fruit cake, candy, books, and $1299 $$999
..- a variety of other Items.Plans I I Tornado grldders were host
'tIMHI 11.H+H tll1lll/l/ I 11111111111111..11111..1111111111111111..11111111'"
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J are also being made.,. ed by Gus Kopelouros of the

Every Boys' Pajamas at Carp's on Sale! .. to sell stocking, aprons,+, Gard'p Restaurant at a pre-
/ steak lunch before the ,
Christmas arrangements and game
cong sleeve/' long leg In many styles and patterns sizes tf-18 other Items during the Christmas I Orange Park game last Fri Tremendous Selection of POLL PARROT Shoes for ChildrenStump's

_Mill 1111111111111. holidays, which will be day.Coach
made by the Candy Stripers. David Huns has expressed -

,Every Jr. Boys' Pants & Jeans at Carp's on Sale! his gratitude for the
occasion.A' .
\ Permanent press Ivy style! pants, rvgged denim 'Jeans illE RIGHT fuiNr (or UM StoreI
the writ Come Dept.
/ I. 1NOWtAYAWAY way you vand
J/SAVE NOW FOR C.m ST S"N" v. select your favorite KS classified ad In the Tele-
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discount for 1907. and save'': alble behavior. 1 Credit attorney for Plaintiff, whose I !( CHAPEL I IMOROA POINT for the
Man
Convicted I as much interest as possible], "People don't look at the individual -' On Chamber Tour Given I Street iKldrdHi' I. JaokHonvlle SAT 1 Kiwi: Fnmyth Florida, Sunday School 8o.: viorning TII: RIGHT

on '65 anc '66. I ; they took at? the en- i 3820a. and, file the original I Worship) 11. Training, way you write Come In
Of PerjuryContinued tire school and say, Those For Vo-Tech with' tile Irrk ot the abovuMtvlnd Onion 8'13: Evening Worship.
throw Court on or before November Meeting and select your favorite ES-
AcademicsDue I crazy kids at Starke 27 1H67; othunvlee a 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer
( From Page One smoke bombs at people' h School System judgment may bo entered 730.: TEHBROOK fountain. pen.
Smoking In the school the against you In the for the .relief demanded of- -Bob I. Cooper pastor.
lIlIothrr!' ca'm, Jamea K.': Stress principal said, U againstschool petition. complaint
Kendall, chargi with Intentto policy and will not be rContinued Fram Page One) Witness my hand and the
commit mm, ', entered a At tolerated. Heal nf Bald Court on October
i. School
High
t provide a "bride" for stu- 2I. 1987.SEAL .
plea of guilty to the leaser Textbooks ordered on Sept :leuts from high school to ( ) DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
horse of aggravated asiault. 22 have arrived and Temple gainful employment. lly Beulnh M. Moody Deputy
'Connnued from P9qe One' Charles. A Darby
Judge Murphree Is withholding asked the student to explainto
I Cllne) told of industry's need Clerk Circuit Court
sentence pending a pre -sentence scrvance of the school' closed\ parent's that they now have for trained workers and said Clerk. STARKE PHONE 961-6200

: Investigation. 'campus policy. Three Starke textbooks. The principal said his company and, others will III! 4t 11/29 473-3176&
Kendall had been arrested I made next KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE
will be
businessmen'! '' recently told l him a check be looking for graduates of
tot firing a rifle at the car of they' now see fewer students courses arestill short of the school CHURCH OF GOD
a nelgftbor( M. S. Morrison\. walking ,the streets during books. Dr. Bailey reviewed the his- 423: N. Clair St. Starko. Rental Services
last June 17 on a graded road school hours, the principalsaid. tory of the vocational school Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor-
off US-301 just north of VTTTTTTTTTf TTTTTTTT?f l L r program and saM a total of ship Services 11 a. m. and 7 HOSPITAL, REDS, WHEEL CHAIRS

Starke According to Deputy "I'm proud that 98-99 percent y 34 such schools have been authorized p. m. YPE Wednesday 7pm.
Sheriff Robert Green the men I Prayer Meeting, Friday. 7 p CRUTCHES
In
? of you are cooperating: NEWS ABOUT the state only one
had been feuding over the m.-Rev. L. S. Williams
-
: with the cloned campus rule," .student of every 10 who enters pastor.
speed a? which' Morrison drove .
'school ,
ho told the students. goes through college,
aIt Kendall's home. Temple said that 1968-67 MEN he said, and the vast mapority I

average daily attendance fig- SERVICE .-- .- of employees In the state need,

Tax Settlement ures showed an enrollment of lii..td Florida specific training: :
biirlii-nie
I The day milled with a Mg > by
1,156 students There are W1a1Ia1AAa ".. Cavanaugh, speaking at the
1.2671 IlyilrnrarboiiH at Breaker (E Reached With students enrolled 1 in 7-12 this I Seaman Recruit John M flue meal l -* the b.rbe-. searches, said industry
that the county' visltorg enjoyed a such as the one
term, the school i ii
ing more so students" than carry the Spengler USN. son of MJr and t'lIe never, tate l better.) I' Bradford Chamber members 1ME

Timber Firms state Is paying for. I' Mrs.V.has graduated. J. Spengler from nine of Starke.weeks' recently the Jacksonville participated Committee In with of : !Ji [ r

The students cautioned '
were I' of Navy basic training at the 100, are paying off. He said he
(Continued From Page One) about their behavior on school): Naval Training: Center Great I was notified! last Wednesday

prtny Owen $23.648, In 1965 buses where some misconduct I Lakes, Ill In the first weeksof that. a large northern firm, )is
has occurred. The I I II
principal his naval service he stud-
planning two plants in Florida -
taxes, 22079.16 for 1966, and
$$49,365.37 for 1967. I also pointed' to misconduct at ied military subjects and lived one In the North Florida. While You Can Still Buy
one football game where sev- under conditions similar to area.
Interest payments on the eral BUS boys stood in the those encountered on active Cavanaugh agreed with Dr.Bailey's I
amounts still owed by Owen rear of the stadium and tensed
duty
statements and saidthe YOUR FURNITURE AT NASWORTHY'SHALFPRICE
Illlnol, Rayonler, Oilman, and smoke bnmbs over the top into
Blocker were estimated: by Tax the crow vocational-technical program
Seaman Robert Q. Starling I will give the state the
Collector J. R. : at
Kelly approximately One man's clothing was '
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. strength It needs to attract
$3,700 on 1965 and burned and the incident could
Leon Starling; of Route 1, Law- more Industry.
1966 taxes. SaleUp
have resulted) : In serious in- Furniture
I
tey. Is serving aboard the U S. Bailey. said Florida Is sixth
;He predicted that these Jury to spectators, the primopal
6th Fleet destroyer Robert K. highest In the nation in the I
companies would make pay- said cautioning the students Huntington in the Mediterranean. number of specially trained To 36 Months To Pay
ments soon In order to obtain against further Irrespon-/ students and
The Huntington is conducting the amount of
anti-submarine' i money spent for vocational- Lay-away Your Gifts Now -- Large Selectionof

...... cises as of a technical education. He said
-- -- I part exer'l
Recliner Chairs and Living Room Suites
i\' .1, ler Force which Is the area center will help the
,.'""! --, of anti-submarine aircraft : state to better supply trained
I workers for SUPER SPECIAL 9x12 Linoleum $3.99We
rier and several destroyers. Incoming Industry. --- Rugs -
'< \ ; )1 r.aI I '

,(, MAW \ II I Stacks of new. joists Just. 'welded (bgeth r, draw the attention Have One of the nest TV Technicians in this Section.C. .
Section 16 '
1'I Barry D. Smith. son of Mr Township 6 South
"
I r J FLAW J r of visitor. ut the new Owen Joint plant oil Lincoln linnxe' 22 Runt
f and Mrs. X. M. Smith of I
han been filed against you and I H. NASWORTHY Furniture and Appliances
Stead.ajpr .
Starke, and Charles D. Inman you am required. to H. .1've a
,
I Ii 1 I. CHECKPi 1 Jr.? whose wife, Martha, lives ropy u-f your written defenses, I
_. If any, to It on Kat A< Kat. '
\ at 911 N, Water St., have been i'
1'1"' -
;' "'' !9 I. I I.. ; I promoted to Army private pay
..... :'/ E-2 of

.. .- .' ,/ 'a//.J1/J.'7 .. W',{t.9i basic grade combat upon training completion af Fort Jackson Buildifig Supply OF STARKE,
;
(;:;- : ; : : BennJng, Ga.
t .\ .. .. \ The promotions were awarded /

two months earlier than BEHIND BIG DAD CO.PLUMBING. PHONE 964-6078
I usual, under an Army policy '. "

:Save Time and Money Call : providing; Incentive for out
: 'standing trainees 'based 1
.. i iJ'Ift
scores attained during mm-I

firing, proficiency test, Cash SPECIALS
.
tary bearing, and !
BILL POWELL potential I ,
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"-"h+ Cadet Mickey R.: Dansby has .. ,: "' -..., --,.,. ,,- .-. e
x PHONE 961616.14o.t
'been promoted to the rank of ; r ,.
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_i t"'t4t, 1, \V. Madison Street I Cadet University Force ROTC 2nd Lieutenant of Detachment Florida at 150.Air the I:;I-. ........... 'iI( ;..... ..:.... .'": y...... ..... rld. : r Largest,:Stock 'and ,Lowest !PricesIn ; : .


A Squadron One commander.GETTING .. ,, .. Bradford( County
A at Dig Dad Mannf. Co. explains"' how :
helpful employee ,
Starke, Fla.latloowlde I .. .. '' .. .. .- ... .. ''''''w. ._ '
you make punts to n group of Interested listener

i UP ,.1 : EXTRA SPECIALS
'
Clay Pipe
MAKES MANY *
1 COMMODES
NIGHTS fEEL OLD I f I STAINLESS STEEL ,
.. *
Galvanized
Common Kldmy or Bladder Irritation Pipe
make many men and women TUBS (Self-Rimming)
feel tense and nervous from frequent
., Itching urination nlnht I *
burning or Copper Cast Iron
.. sleep and I day.and Secondarily have, Headache: you Backache may lose LAVATORIES DOUBLE SINK Keg. $18.95

and eel older tired, depreaaed. In (0
such eaten, CYSTEX usually brings with 2 Basket OrangeburgStrainers
Mutual Insurance Nationwide Mutual. Fire Insurance SINKS
Company. Company r.luxlnj( comfort by rurblnft I Irritating -
7 Vatldnwlda lilt Iniuranc Company home otficti. Columbus Ohio germs In acid urine : y Double 3795
1 I, inning pain.Get CYSTfcX; .tdrullKl./1. /l Nwv Deck Faucet All Fittings

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.... i PLASTIC PIPE 7I" fRAINHlnO 1 /I I I : SPRINKLERS.II I I

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1 I 100' ROLLSlL2" '- : : : :
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H $2.22 I 20 A'D"J' REG. $4.15 -

: 3L4" .
A- '' $3.33
H I The first meld U nerved in the rentaummt-llke lunrh .. .. .. '"
t room at the new Urlldfor l-tnloD Voeatlonal-TwIinlciU Center. 1" $5.75 :.Q

':, A I ALL SIZES STOCKED I i LUMBER
l Daixsby is a member' of the In The Clrrult Court, In And AND FITTINGS :ROOFING I I 1
.
For llrnilford Count,
Time Legislative Council, Men's In- tnMi: >o. let lo'lorld.1 -.. .. -.-
terhall Council, Director of United Status Finance Com- '
: Student Government Review pany, Inc., .ft- corporation. Plaintiff '; L ,
Johns Manville Southern Yellow Pine
To 1
-
: Sessions, Under-secretary of VH Calvin W. Goodman PLYWOOD I
Defendant'
t RememberWho Academic Affairs, president of NOTIf,'P. OF SUIT First Quality Treated Pine
Hume Hall County and on the To: Calvin M, OoutlraanReaMttnce 1
SHEETROCK I (, Fir
Dean's List of University Col-, are unknown.You hereby notified thatan ; : 90 lb. Roll RoofingREG. CedarSPECIAL

: lege. Upon graduation he will)! action to foreclose agreement . .
be eligible for a commission I fur lied encumbering the following -
'' "Vep Ar as second lieutenant in the U.( Bradford. County Inscribed. Florida property In CHECK WITH US $3.79
S. Air Force Reserve. i The NE Quarter of the 81Qu..rt.r 8' Cedar Studs
of the N\V Quarter of NOW $339 Roll
r- I FOE CURRENT '

I LOW PRICE ON: FELT 69c EACHELECTRICAL

LOW PRICES 235; LII. SHINGLES:

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Is it not fitting', CULVERT 1 1 .
that in this W.v ,: PIPE STEEL ; i \ :
a
: Thanksgivingseasonso i . .. . ,
c
., "NEW" RODS 14-2 with Ground

reminiscent of our Wire
t 18" STATE ROAD

:.. r# origins-we AskCharley REINFORCINGMESH
SPECIFICATIONGALVANIZED
should be mindful

''of tJohns $14
our heritage ANDCORRUGATED
= and the trust ((23 o'Roll)
E CHANNELS
r. y, it imposes on us? Complete Wire and
sr Per Foot
." { 3.16 ANGLES Accessory Stock

... c ptc Gary L. Thompson, son
of Mrs. Daisy Thompson of about this question:
pollew said fserewna to I.e nmalSiMtt)
Starke, has completed basic -
: w-------: training at Fort Benntng, Ga. "Fire damage to the apart
and Fort Polk, La. He Is now ment I own forced out my '
! serving in Vietnam. His address tenants for four months PAINTS ft Ml VARMISJJES'jBIG i : DISCOUNTS
and Loan
Savings y 4j Is: Pfc Gary I* Thompson I during repairs. I lost $1800In .. .
US S3701770. Co. B, 2nd rent. Is there insurance

V : Bn., 27th Inf., 23 Dlv. APO i to reimburse for loss of EXTERIOR HI-GLOSS WHITE

I ..4'73 I ASSOCIATION OF STARKE San'"Francisco, Calif. 96223. rental income due to phys I NOW GAL $$195
= nL.p.-:
: ical damage to the rental MANUFACTURERS LIST
.. $7.20
: 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000& )
units?
TilE RIGHT FUINT for the

= I the way you write. Come in ,Charley E. Johns


r: Support Your Chamber of Commerce and TERBKOOK aelect your.fountain favorite pen.TELEGILU'II. ES-. 131 Agency S. Walnut St. JACKSON BUILDiNG SUPPLY

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Y, NOV. 23 1967 __ __ _. ._ imrroKT/ rorrvrr' Tr.t.JMRAP'R.IIITI\JtJOl' :. PT.OftmA e_ rCTTONBAf113.5: : i _,, I


\BHS\ Store '"State School STARTS TENT REVIVAL-- NOV." S \ v

Ordered Closed By OfficialsThe : \ Eranitellflt W. '.T. Koontz GLASS Tnal'8 Our Business .I.II

and his family arc inducting I
school store at Bradford stand In about $3,500 Temple a fact that has been blamedon cafeteria across 'the street lunch have their pareBa writea tent revl.al. servlc ts' In the I
High will be phased ou' told The Telegraph.. Of this the popularity of the !Hand' from CHS But the principal letter of permlssiow to the 21-7 In the fourth game of 1200 black: on N. ?<<< :nple Avo CALL WRITE or VISIT t
by the end of the current "'erlJ'' amount $2,000 has been goingto State Department officials told his high school studentshe school by Dec. 1, even thoughsome the season and lnco then the from Nov 8 through' the 19th.: FOR I ANY! GLASS NEED
under orders from the State the Athletic Department have left him two courses at was certain "they would< uot students have already' Tornadoes have had several Other members of i tie family
Department of Education annually to help pay for ad- action to take Temple told hlr want to eat with the elementary obtained I permission from more injuries Eight Tornadoeswill participating are V I'a' Koontz. We Design! Modern Store Fronts
PrIncipal Jim Temple told misHlon to games for student students Tuesday morning. The students. At least all the Temple's office to leave tae sit out the final game of evangelist and "0 o: i r leader .',
students In an assembly Tues- who are admitted free with stand, can, be closed down entirely senior high students. will bo campus at lunch. Temple 'em- the season. and Danny Koor I z, drums Just Mail Us A Pattern For
day morning which waa broadcast their activity cards. The other now or certain change able to eat together Temple phasized he asked for letters Kenny runs the new pro offense Mr. Koontz plays tie organ .
over Radio station WPXE 51,500 (approximate) has been can be made. In' its operation said, even it noC': at the.same; to be written end that a visitto with the split end and The public Is Inv Mted to attend ;
The "stand," as students paid to the Ag Department until' It cart be phased out time. the school by the parent. is flanker or slot man. The T_ services night! :g L lit '7:30: 1. SHEA'STabGWS

call It, .aells candy soft drinks, for use In the purchase of entirely as ;it how exists, by The principal also requested not necessary.Tornadoes' formation Is also used quite I and on Sundays at .::::30. % CO..
and ice cream as well aa school supplies Temple 0040. the end of the 67-68 school that students who go home foe a bit. I .

supplies such as pencils and Downfall or the store Is that teran.' > .' Favorite: running plays Include "If Its Glass We Have If

paper. It has* been an Insi'itutton : many students prefer to eat Therefore, the principal a pitch out to the run A classified ad Inthe Telegraph 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville! Fla.< Phone FR2-4353
at BHS for over 20 years "Junk" at. the stand InstVnd" of l stattel.t: .the ,stand win bo immediately ning back from the I-forma- brings results-
clown to junior high Chances !having' been created to rater a regular Clans, A lunch served a
mpney" for the school's agrt in the cafeteria With a total otudonts during the lunch period the defense shift to honor him.
culture department although I student. body of) over 1.20G.counting ....A -sn<\ State. Depart i ,, and a off-tackle: inolatlon with
In,[ recent years that. depart both Junior and senior ment requirement, If the standis the running back carrying and :
ment's share has been cut high students attendance in to rvnuiln open until the Termed 'Not Good'For fullback and halfback' ahnnri. I I I 0 '7
d. The stand has been ,end of the term is that the blocking the linebacker The Photography
popular with student.. year to an average of only 450:'school cafeteria average at Crusaders like the belly series! U (, I n t 0 n
Average net profit' from the students per day Temples! soldi,I least 700 students per day. It wlt1i a fake to the fullback i i 9 TELEPHONE 961-7271 .
had done. so ,tills term until Bishop Kenny"Not and hand off to the running
last week when attendance fel'' back. They will also run an I:' 4.
below 700 day Tempi end sweep from a dead '''back-
said. per too good," Coach David saders. field and they have a tricky I CAMERiHS JEWELRY GIFTSHALLMARK
6w I Hurse says of the chances: that Co-capt.: Dan Brown 19u\ I like Park,
I The third and final step will reverse Orange
A losing 'senior tackle who
his Tornadoes will avoid a pound goes
y be '''to phase' out the stand entirely with the set man coming back --
I season when Bishop Ken both ways Is the best of the I
63-60 term for to carry.
.I. by. the' of Jacksonville come to Crusader line POLAROID MOVIEINSTAMATIC LARGE SELECTION
and senior high ny Quarterback Baldwin is al CARDS
both junior I I I
town Friday night. Bishop Kenny has beaten
TuiWh periods. However; stat good passer aa well as a fine DIAMONDS
III I The Tornadoes have four Jacksonville Jackson 13-6 bur I NORITAKE CHINA
law iwtlt'' permIt' too sale of runner. His pausing /balances TAPE RECORDERS
losses for the! lost to Fletcher Lake City, I WATCHES .
wins" and five
itMUS fluit: fit into a Class A the running !fame created by FENTON. ART GLASS'
season and it will take a Paxon, and R9bault.Quarterback COSTUME JEWELRY
himself and fullback Guthrle
I lunch, such as hamburgers
[1 hot 'dogs; potato -chips, Ice superlative break-even effort season to give BishopKenny ,thema sick last week Baldwin when Bolles was Favorite receivers are split We Ken EARRINGS CHARMSMEN'S BIBLES BILLFOLDS
orange ;juice or end Jay Past'hall, a 155 pound PICTURE FRAMING
I r ierteltn.'and milk. owns just a 2-6 record beat the Crusaders 13-7. A senior and tight end Ed !\ JEWELRY
to date but the big Crusaders halfback who had never played TAPE
'j 1 Temple said arrangementsare I I Munch a 195 pound senior
have had five or six playersout quarterback was forced to
being made now to serve with injuries the last few hand the ball off for Kenny and a ro-captaln. RECORDERSPROJECTORS: Ask How You Can Save
'those items as a part of the I)I Defensively the Crusaders
weeks, but all are expected to but despite that the Crusaderswere
regular lunch room service, run a 6-2 and they will shift
be ready to go on, Bradford camped on the Bolles' 20% DISCOUNT ON YOUR
but that the operation cannotbe Field at 7:30: Friday. four yard line when the game to a 7 diamond with one linebacker ,
carried out In full until
"When the Crusaders are ended. going Into ''the line. to -
CAMERAS;
next: year, although the cafeteria -1 CHRISTMAS GIFTS :
all together they've got a good Bones beat? Bradford High play head on the center.
will attempt to Incorpo- .
ball club but when four or 7

F :: rate as many of those itemsas I five are Injured they're like I _. ._ .. .. ,
q i-$/ weeks.possible within the next few' everybody else, I guess," 1 : : ::- .- ." :- -. :- : ; -,: ':. : ,-' : : ,: .. : :':,: : 'I e '

Coach Hurso by of
says way
,," Students who do not like .
f//1 IARS exolalnlng the Crutaders' 2-7
the cafeteria menu on a particular -
day can then eat-: those record.
Bishop Kenny's six-man defensive -
items Instead But the prin- forewall reads 185, 190
cipal pointed out that though 200 210 175, 195 and I
-- youdon.'t PUBLIC NOTICE !
o e hamburgers Ice cream, etc. have to know the names
'-""""': .. fit into the state's classification to know what those numbers
of a Class A lunch they
mean. The offensive line reads .
will cost more than the regu-
about 15 pounds lighter except -
Is This Check Made Out lar Paper meal. items being and served.,school sup- for a 143 center who Is :
tough 'because he also plays
To You? plies tho school."I will .still be sold through linebacker on defense. '

cannot defend and I am "They're big and they've TO OUR FRIENDS CUSTOMERS
got good speed In the backfield -
If Not Plan Now For A Big sure you the will practice not try of substituting to defend -- .," Hursa saysi of the Cru
saders. Quarterback Rusty
Christmas In 1968 Join Our crackers and Cokes fora Baldwin was sick last week :
full lunch Temple told his 4'
Christmas Club Today and missed the? Bolles game :
students. He noted that 100 I .
etudents now go home to : before and was that Injured, 'but several he'll be weeks well Let Us Begin By Expressing Our ''Sincere
will be
Look Ahead To A Really Big Christmas Next lunch and another 75 for the Tornadoes. Baldwin,
eating In the new lunch room Appreciation For Your And
Year __ Take Steps Now To Get A His Check For at the vocational school, but In preseason forecasts was Patronage

Bountiful Gift Shopping. Join Up Today See said there are at least 600 considered by the Universityof
of the Support Over The Past Years.
Florida to be one
How Little-By-Little Adds Up To A Lot Of Christ- students who need to be eat- In
quarterback prospects
lunches in the cafeteria top It.
niaa Joy! ing full the state. "

t : but who, are presently Big fullback Glen Cuthrle, .. wrw .
not doing so. 190 pound senior, is a tough
FULL SERVICE BANKING The new policy will thrOW'an. low
hard runner who stays
extra heavy load on the '
HOME OWNED HOME: OPERATED "He can run over you If you
cafeteria impossible, making for all It senior physically high let him," says the Tom.:ado -OUR RAPIDLY EXPANDING

The State Bank students to eat lunch duringthe scouting Walt Pickney report., who wears 'I
Community same period Temple said No. 2 and will\ be easy to spot, Radio and Television, and Industrial Electronic

OF STARKE So for lunch he Is of using about three 400 shifts stu- is does a 10-flat not start 100 for man the, but Cru-he Business has put us in the position where it is necessary: for us to make some changesin

dents each.Alternative. our operation. We have decided to discontinue all appliance sales, and that we
fo that would be
MEMBER F. D. I. C. here Home will in Home Entertainment and Electron
to serve some students la the at Gay's Appliances specialize

I Starke Elementary School Lawtey UndefeatedIn ics Equipment, and will devote all our time and energy to Radio and Television Sales ;

..
Football
Bantam : and Service.
"

Look this I I Lawtey by downing remained Brooker undefeated 33-0

at 68 In games played Saturday. Toward this end we are closing out ALL APPLIANCES NOW ON HAND
Niv' 18, in Bantam League!
football. I AT INVOICE PRICE PLUS INSTALLATION AND WARRANTY. Yes, we ,will

The second !name matched still stand behind these products even at these Ridiculous Prices ''with the Standard :
from Doyle Connor Insurance and:
.
"youngmobile" Southern Discount, both tied Warranty. :.

for second place. Doyle COn- .
ner won the game 18-4 took .

OldsmobileWouldn't game over second left place: with one I I Naturally all prices are cash. You can arrange your own financing by goingto !

a This week's !game scheduled 25.I'I your Banker before coming to Gay's, and still take advantage of this once in a 7

for Saturday November life time sale! '
will be postponed' until Satur-
"ny Deoc. 2, due to the
Thanksgiving Holidays.

a Here are a few examples of the tremendous savings:

A classified ad In the Telegraph -
< brings<< results. TOP OVEN PULL-OUT BURNERS CHROME( FINISH :

REG. PRICE $369.00 -
RANGE CLOSE-OUT PRICE $17000 :
<\'oTI'MNOTTCIR .
I JC! FIKRKHT: OIVKV -
that the underpinned, ilc.lrlntn eJ
I engage In buHlni titular the I J 19 CU. FT. WITH ICE MAKER :

TOWN flrtlHnntt STUDIO name*of OIFT HirLI.INQ-BHOP( !' REFRIGERATOR REG. PRICE $419.95 CLOSE-OUT PRICE $312 :
Jilt Went. Call St. Rtarke. Florida.
Intend tn rtgliier' the, said. I ... J .
name. with the. Clerk of the. .
I Circuit. Court of Bradford County -
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and. Florida.I ola .T. Bulllnaiion. R. 11/9 Bulllnarton 4t owner 11/31 18-LB. WASHER REG. PRICE $299.95 a CLOSE-OUT PRICE $20S>95


In The Clrr.lt (...urt Of The
felahth Jndl'lnl (Ircult Of FlorIda -
In And For llmdfurd Counirt -
,'"(.Ivll.. Ha.4r IHI.1.l 1.n Let us emphasize that we are in no way reducing the size of our operation,

it v.Kl.nVHT KUTII Al.I.nV.AtT.K.Defendant Plaintiff but ,rather moving these appliances to make room to expand our Radio and Television -

order tlra Of. Publication And No- stock, and to expand our Service Department. WE WILL BE ABLE TO

"Florida tn The' To Nemn mull Of The Allen. State, WHOMIteildnnoe Of.) GIVE SAME DAY SERVICE ON TV SERVICE CALLS, provided the call is re- :

I*: 4IA Hick Street,;,'
look in WayrroH OeoTKlat ceived before 10:00: A.M.
great your Ton arc hereby notified that. ,
a stilt for divorce .and child .
custody. has horn brought

Thus new Cutlass S has a way of making things against the. .above.you entitled by filbert Court Allen and In

driveway? look younger. Even driveways. Thai's because cause. .and you are. hereby aum 4vi.
mand, ordered and refiulrad I to
I of all the young Ideas we built into it.A bigger file your: written. answer or d.- Ifenw. j .
350-cubic-inch,for instance. (Or,if you .. tn the complaint.. In the
of
office of the Clerk aald
prefer; an Action-Line 6) And a taut coil spring Court In Starke Florida, and .
suspension makes it eaty to cut and turn to. Nerve a copy. thereof on
Plalntirra attnrneys, Ilollle V. OWNERGay's
in tight places. And you can order a whole Knlaht; and Theron A. Yawn
corfull of young-It-up accessories like bucket r. O. Drawer F Starke. Florida -
all on or before the 19th
seats, stick-shift or stereo. But If you think of December 1967. ofher-' I I
Cutlass S Is young all over,don't forget that wise... a D'fault Judgment will. '
b entered against you.
it is Olds all over,too. Olds quality Thla Nolle shall, he pubtlahed -
Old engineering and the new GM In the next four connective Home
GMs. weekly .laauea of the Bradford Appliances
features all standard. .
safety are .. County Telegraph' a duty qualified ,
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/ nawanaper published In
See your nearby Oldsmobile Dealer aid County. 'I
WITNESS "my hand. .aa Clerkof
said Court, and the seal. of

BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc. this(aid!SEAL. November Court) at 7th Htarke,..1987.Florida T-rw. I, 355 N. Temple Avenue Open Every Day 8:00 A. M. To 6:00 P. M. Until Xmas Phone 9617511TIIURIID &

/aCnari.s j>. Darby I
Aa Clerk. Of Circuit Court Of
U. S. 301 NORTH 'PHONE 981-7500 CdUi.ty- Ftnrtda. I
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' C or .lea*. oxclunlve of exieting thin cause In the entitled. A classified ad In the Telegraph -
I road rIght uf way. Court on or before Nov. 1ft rcRulU.THE .
brings
Plans
For New Courthouse
Final Women Ownil By: A F. Mct)avtd :H67. to' Hhow what right, title.
ServingAs anti Mildred MoDnvlil) hi. wlfoStlfcjei't Interest, or lien you or any of
To Unrecorded Op- you have In and to the property -
Jurors (loll to purchase. held by Con- described In said Petition RIGHT POINT fur the
Be In llnentnl oil CompanyPUEAHK and how osue. why the came
H May Ready February I Right women Wile liirludtNl I TAKK.: NOTICE should not be taken for tile the way you write. Come In
that .u DoclanitliHi! ,, of Taking. linen nod purposes Met forth In and scbct! your favorite ES-
t on the jury} Impaneled hnH been filed In the u.bove- the Petition riled. herein.
p Final plans for Br.ulfordCounty's \ require% from 10 months to a : r 9 .j for the Fall Term of I styled cause I hy the Petitioners Witness my Hand. And the TERBIIOOK fountain pen.
: Circuit Court In NNCIiiJlerto | tie KrQulriiiff authority. ofthese Seal of thl. Court on iii'. IBdny
now"" courthouse could year. proceedings', for the of Oct. A. D 1907.
.J be ,ix-aclv\ for blddein In FcbUnder, Ideal conditions. Bradford now, the first of their taking nt tli. property d..- (1(SMAI.: )
U officials could :: sex" to Nerve. without first ,Herllx'd. In the Petition for thepiirpuxen Charles. A, Darby.
and actual
marv or March County ( posHibly therein described Clerk of The Circuit Court Tn
t. construction may start later In I be In their new homo on ? ," registerliig.A to wit. as right of way for a And Fur Bradford County. l2Wides.
tit. spring1 architect Prank the former American/ Legion<< -.: _ mum send wife Mr. anilMr portion of ytat Hoad 23G. In Florida. e .
l, llrudford County. Florida., and Bv Beulah M. Moody Deputy
f : *. Lloyd l> of Orooker,
George wild following' a spec-1 property within 18 months. _ yal that the petitioner will apply ClericT. Custom Made
B ml meeting: with the County: George said. 1 were culled on Jury picked for an Order of- Taking A. YAWN County Attorney

I Commission last Thursday. He I I The board authorized County :, L ,, ?T* &l_ Monday but 11.h..... Dy- and such deems other, Order proper a*before thaCourt Stark Bradford.. Florida County Conrthouae and,, For Florida Living
) actual construction should Civil Defense Director Frank al wait excused", while leer .
salt Honorable
the 080. 10. Patten, RONALD 13. Ll1JF.I!!
| Get
huxbund tiervcd.. one of the Judges of the Clr- Haydnn BurnsTallahassee liul/lIn./, Mora
YOU
Four women were railed colt Court of the Eighth Judicial Florida For Your $ 9
Circuit In and for Bradford Of Counsel For the Petition- I
on the jury that was __ serve Wednesday, two were 17 day of November, A. D. 1967. 10/26 4t '. No Salaried or Commissioned -
I excuwMl", 'by Judge. John A. at Bradford 10:00 o'clock County A. M.Courthouiia, In the 11/1'' Employees

II. Murphree and two will at stacks, Florida. All parties,
Almost A Match ,rve. to the suit and all partial Interested TIlE RIGHT POINT for the DAD & BRADLARSEN

TOTALLY NEW HIS addt a lot to a Jury" heard a may the time appear. and and place be way you write. Com In and LIKE TO WORK

Mrs. Lucille Moore nlniimt met her mutch. here thn big nail flnh weighed lit (Court Clerk Charle Darby designated., select :you favorite ESTER- '

\ DARINGLY DIFFERENT piMintN, just. one pound II-KH. Hunt Mrw.. Moore. The 8 ft. JO inch beauty wait hers slays of the Women mom- hereby You. and commanded each of to you appear are BROOK fountain pen TELE. YOU Benefit!
"They're conHclentlou -
very hy riling: an Answer to the GRAPH.
caught along with live other .mill, on a Nov. 4 and 5 trip out of ,Acapulco Mexico. !!.** I Petition heretofore filed In -

The group hwll"I.II'. ; and :\trll. Jimmy ;Moore of Starke and 'Mr. and Mrs. "It may .Scent like I'm ,_ AU Sizes .n Display
\ \ REALLY TERRIFIC -
George H. Moore of Mexico' Clt), Jimmy'.* brother. playing politico. but you 8-10-12 Wide
run quote me," Darby added.

\\\FULLYELECTEIC\ and of !state Road 8-236 Section' all he continued to give the WE NEED 10 TRAINEES and IVt Expandables Baths

Williams! to request the Civil] BltADFORD COUNTY: a Political I8000-2II01 ald survey line I women high praise. _
Subdivision of the State being: ili'm-rlbcd as follows:
; Defense' Technical Center at: of KlorlilH. Petitioner \ Hi.tcln on the north line of D DO YOU WANT TO LEARN A TRADE ?
the University of Florida to cL.%Y KU4CTKIC: COOPERATI Scctli'n]. 17. Township 1, South. point 13.19.66 feet easterly 1 New and Used
review plantor\! the new VU, INC.:; et al.. Det.nd.nntH. KanKii 20 Ea.t..t... point from the HW corner of sale o ARE YOU LOOKING FOR FULL TIME\
i 11.IH: t 6) fret easterly from the ..
Suction H. run thence N. 01 do.Hrrees
11- courthouse with the architect Sl'MMONS TO SHOW CAUSI3! N\V corner of ..ald Section 17 56 minutes 34 seconds. EMPLOYMENT? 8Yr. financing: available
-' and make analysis. of fallout AND run thenrej a. 01lerroos' 66 \v. 423.94 feet. run thence N: ARE YOU
D IN
I 34 K. 10G6.C3 .. GOOD HEALTH?
shelter criteria for the build. NOTlCrc OKTIRARINO minutes leoond 0 Notice Of Eminent DurnnlnprueotMllnff feet to the beginning of a antis. TO. 723.60 feet, run thence. ; D ARE YOU BETWEEN Use Our Rental-Pur-
ing. Following this sl'.uly., the curve concave to the eauterlytavlnff N. 1 degree 02 minutes 01)) sue AGES 18-26? Plan
board will decide whether or In The Name Am Bv The a radius of 11459.16 onils ,V. 1248.G5 feet. run thence o ARE YOU MARRIED? chase -Payments
courthouBe can Authority or The State of feet run thence southeasterly N. 88 dn Tru. ..s S3 minutes. 51 Under $50 Per Month
not th4 'new Fln-rlclu, along said. curve through a Hei''..ti be constructed to meet fallout TO MA, WHOM IT MAY total central angle of 6 degrees of bvir'nnlnff of Borrow Pit OF
specifications. C'ONCEH.V: anil to all puritans 07 minute, .10 suc-onds No. 1, run thence N. 1 dnvressi TIllS COUNTY? -
and partleft claiming. or hayIng a dlmnnce of 1295.00: feet to 07 minutes. 00 si-eonilH'' W. 3'C') '
I The board approved Georga'sprellmLnary any right. title, internal the end of aid curve runth..nce feet, run thenre N. 8M dcicreei: o hAVE YOU COMPLETED 2 YEARS OF A '
plans for the 3V: eittut, mortgage nr other linn. S. OB degrees, 04 minutes 52 minute... 51 gerunds K. 71''I HIGH SCHOOL? N :
,
foot building in- to or on those certain parnftlg 04 seconds 13. 81802 feet feet run thence N. 1 degree
; 500 scfuare of land hereinafter described.sinil .. to th end of,, said survey line, 07 minute. OR spconiln W. 203: o CAN YOU FURNISH YOUR OWN HAND
i eluding: several unique features the following persona, to- Containing I : '' :5.otcreXI'lr: :: feet run thence N. HI S! dOll'r.e.,
In the two courtrooms K<'thi-r with all unknown perHnnt or IHBS exclusive 52 minutes 51 seconds. K. 4UO TOOLS? Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE
: flulmlntr.. hv. through or road right of way. feet run thence S. 1 degree,
i (county and circuit) Gt'ol"ge'ex.plal"ed under known persona" who are Owned By: A, P. McDavIrl 07 minutes 09 seconds HI. 60C If you answered yes to the above then we have Ute -
Chat these Innovations dead or who are not known and Mildred MuDavld his feet. run thence H 88 dxgreeii, may
were worked out In con- 1 to lie dead. or olive: .wife.- 52 minutes, 51 secondii, W. 476 H Job you've been looking for. Full Lake Privileges
Continent! OH Companyc Subject' To: L'nrei-orded. Option feet to the Point of Ucglnnlns We can offer
ference wtth the three Judges J. .T nnrffan. to purchase held by Continental of Burrow Pit No. 1, ALSO: you permanent work periodic wage Increases Homestead Exempt-
concerned. and Incorporatedthe 80 R'JI'ketelier Plaza. Oil CO. A parcel of the above described vacations, holidays, contribution toward. health Financing
250 I moist efficient use of avail- New York New. YorkaivrIov HKCTION: ; iwiMio-anai. : STATE! parent truet for Borrow -, and life Insurance
ROAR 11M miI K promotions etc.
:.SMITH-CORONA COMPACT > ()UO COUNTY Pit Haul Roud
2M able space. U.'l I% Illl %h'OIII> COl'N-: ;' i UKNCHIPTIOXHHHI : ; Lying northerly o( and]
The building will be paid TV IIKSt: *. .IOHItKill :\0.u. IMMI.I, BORROW PIT within 40 rest uf a haul road 1 WRITE TO Lake Geneva
A fuII-featuredfully electric office typewriter I for with proceeds of a $1 million '"' OK WAy Station Uonow, /10I Pit- No 00.00 1 Left Of survey. : line dnwrlbeil us. follows -

sale of revenue certificates -, Hlll> >O. IOK.I: Thul puff" of: H"Kln at (the SW inrnvr. 0! PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT
at the price of a manual! secured by racetrack tax Thai part of NW'4 ofHWVl of Rrrtlon RW'o'( of NrV/i" Section I.Townphlp Burrow Pit Nil: 1. .an ,it. ",!'ibf.il 1: Trailer Sales
7 South Range 20 .
above, run theme H x 8 deMrrees
vs \ x \ \ \ \\\\t/s/ss I \ Income. Approximately $780-,!1 20 17. 1a.t.Lying Township 7 South Range East dHHcrlhed a. follows. : 52 minutes, il t .sncond-I'' P. O. BOX 1209 LAKE CITY FLORIDA 320$5
/ /.' 000 remains In the fund to be I : Oommencn on the smith linn W 71 feet ti. thnU of ...Id O* Route 10O. On* Sills SB
west t or and within of :Section, 8. Township 7
used for construction. Due to 60 feel 'if the haul road survey linn TO ARRANGE AN INTERVIEW Keystone heights
$ I survey line <.South, Range 20 Ea.t at aTHANK Containing.154 I
FOR 250 Plunl.T rising costs since plans for! acres moreIf Onpn Run. Kr Rvenlnm. ,
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the neW courthouse were first

11'////// /1111"\1/) \ ) ) 'S \ started size of the 'building

haa been cut from the original
>. Full size keyboard > King size carriage 34 200 sq. ft. to 33500.,

Automatic carriage return Automatic repeat characters The board authorized additional -

k HaIf-space key Electric back.space key test borings!! on the site

And lots more electric typewriter features for full per furmance. by Law Kngineripg Co. of
additional
and
Jacksonville i
full duty office typing See it to
Millan. I
The next meeting with the

architect will be held at 1'30 CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -

Bradford County Telegraph p.m. Thursday Dec. 7. you find your name among the Classified' Ads Gulf ServiceUSED name brands$15 to up.choose 10 different from. I

come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO
T PARTS Parts & excellent repairs a_
In The. Circuit: Court Of lKlicblh
".......Ial 4'lrrtalf. I., FREE PASSES to Florida theatre or :301 Drive- Top Prices for Wrecked (Cart makes. KIRBY HALES ASTOVICE J
Vnl I For Brnilfurd louotrFlurliln. 24 Hour Wrecker Service 712 N. Main. Oalnes-

Plume' 96.1.6305 '. 'I I Theatre Passes In- I'I'I yUle 376-7110. tfchg !
"HTATM nrcpAn-r- Fuel
noAn I -- Oil --
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MhJNT J OF" KM>RIOA. nA8
"my; o: 'h. Stttto of KlorlUu, HASTINGS MATTRESS AAA S & II Green, Stamp AT LAST!

I CL"lRI.'nn: AD & UPHOLSTERY WORKS IIwy. 301 N. Waldo A HOME OWNERS
4.68.1996LACY
r 11.10:11: 710
Iximon St. Palatka POLICYFor

V9 t. IS word;. ,. -_....(I.OO CONWAY
Furniture Repaired Mobile Homes
Back word over IS --__.UT Upholstered & Refinished FLYTNTO SERVICES ,
That
Qualify
FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane -

I Extra paid char la *.*".It..,.not. _.._.31\ MATTRESSES REBUILT rentals. Greyhcund Bus CALL THE MAN

I i. MEMORIU.,.. RKDOI.I: lIONS New Innersprings$ Charter. Keep your party together Ii FROM KEYSTONE MASONRYMATERIALS '(,
I and Box charter bu Phone i
S cents. per *vd Springs a George E.
964-6090.& / tfchgINSCRVNCE LaRue i
cAll.. or TII15KHO Drop 17* A Cent or Call iI
\ / .word. ... lie,.. __ _*,a..liUavsi PAUATKA EA 5-9166 INSURANCE! AGENCY I

word o. r fto _- _.<> MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER AT REDUCED RATES Keystone Hts. 473-4692 Ready Mix Concrete, ConCrete 1

. S a! 209) E. Adkln S$. AUTO FIRK, BOAT Block, Sand Rock \
: .SILVER SANDS LAKE Stands< Agent DOYLE K. CONNER FOR RENT Furnished l'' Cement< NEW $2,700 to $3.500 INSURANCE: AGENC1tfchg I and 2 bedroom apartments.' Shell Llmorock. Roof

HahnEfecfto-PNeIe GATOR Unfurnished 2 bedroom
IJONE
I $3,575 to $4,275 LAKE : I house. W. H. Nollman 510 Gravel, Precast IJntel and I

I M. Cherry St. Window Sill. Everythingfor
Myers Power Tools tfch3':
_4s __*+ EASY TERMS I I MMonry onatruction. 1.
Area Headquarters For NEW MOBILE homes C.hICk-1
See S. E. McKay !
Lawnmower Power Tool. I asha 20' & 24' wide Buddy
KryHtoiie, Height. i McCulloch Chain SUMS -Clemson Layton Travel'I

I I 473-4710 or 41S.4Ui' Pump" &: Water Systems Trailers, Liberty. Taylor AZalea -,'; Bradford
Iiiiflieifl' 473-4816 I nrlgg & Stratton Engine ] buy sell. trade.: Year1

Rental.* Sales Settle bank financing. Buckeye
FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE Engineering Co.
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I. 230 N.E. 16th Ave. TValler Mart. Inc. 6712 Bland-
ready for occupancy. 'I A bed : Galneavrn.816-Ul1 ing Blvd. Jacksonville 771-
room IH beth. Located just 1 776.. tfchg Phone Stark
C tfchg
S
outside of city limits InPlnebreeze.
-Easy monthly 1101 Pratt Street In Starke 9645403STILL \
FOR RENT-4 room and bath
0 terms. Longchamp Const Co. TYPEWRITER RENTALS: furnished apartment. Call 964- Masonry Home with 3 bed-,

Contact Buford Mitchell I Day, week or month.Brad 6832. tfchg rooms living and dining area I

pone 064-6853.' P. O. Box ford County Telegraph. Phone hardwood floor. lots of closet TIME TO JOIN Tap

238 Starke.' tfch* 981-6305. tf WANTED Married man space hot water heater and Dancing Classes Applicationsalso / I
with small family to work on Quaker Space heater car port I \ being taken for Badlet
FURNISHED W. H. Noegel farm. Must have experiencewith and large utility; lot 119 x Aero etc. Phone 9641098.otI. I
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fem4 APARTMENTS 120. fenced-Jn. back
livestock. Must be able yard patio -
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!Modern, furnished: one-bed to drive tractor. House and and cook-out. A real bar- FOR BENT -3 bedroom cottage

YOU NOTES-Beau- room apt;*:: Available Immedi ) utilities furnL hed. Yearly I gain for 1100000. A..1. on KIngsley Lake year

tifully engraved la gold or ately.-AIJbPdltloned. Next to 1 POWELL work, $260.00 month salary Thomaa RetUtor. Tel. 964-S701 round. Attractively furnished.
Rex-Roarv( Means Brad. .High Softool.' See Mr. Write "E" Fuel oil and heat Mrs. J.
D-49O silver $1.23 for box of 23, Including Drawer A, Starke. LOSE WEIGHT gas
j. QualitySimplicity envelopes. Bradford Frees.) the resident manager. tfchg safely with W. Kincaid. 864-7831. tfch
Ph. 964-5189 after 5:30: p.m.Btchg 220 ACRES Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c

Kent Mon hu R been so easy md qofek!to!band?. County Telegraph. tf 12-21 Excellent natural drainage. FURNISHED garage apart at Mitchell Drug IQfp 11123

In-plant printing ft Is now..lUll pew Bolui Electro- Cleanliness; 3358: feet Hi-way frontage. ment for rent at KIngsley W. C. Hardee A. J. THOMAS. Licensed Real

Printer. Hart's an economIcal onlt developed to litypketyotdekandyouf9r1itJngreiZicment1. NO. 557-Priced Rljht! 43 STRAWBERRY-. Growers Attentions Suitable for development Industry Lake. Will accomodate a bach Estate BrokerSpecializing
acres with creek OocM location Mulch nay, 35c bale. or ranch. Terms can be elor or a couple. Call Mrs. FOR SALE Grader blade \ In sales and appraisals -
) All Alodels!< Use Printers Pash of Real Estate. for
for poultry farm. Just for farm tractor.
ltchg arranged. Pauline Torode, 533-2301. Also tractor
Ink Won't Leak Kun. *" ,Fh.,884-6742. I ,.private corporate and estate
<
or $7700. Term.a.NO.
trailer and 225: bales of hay.
ProfessVmal qualtty letters bullaHns. oOea lone,. tfchg
owners. 30 of experience
years
550 3
two Miles Out. Call 964-7679
cbvt% bfocliufii Bud oibtf IIWalW] m tSi at iut acres. on U. S. 301 Older WANTED -TO RENT by 20 acres good land. Concrete Sunday. Saturday Itchg or I In Florida Land matters.
substantial block house. Pecan trees. PUMPSNEW
and
home. Only $5500.STROUT retiring man Starke Florida. Tel. 964-5701
wife air conditioned! central Priced to sell. WANTED MarrIed manage
KKALTY: AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE < I.
2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke, heated 2 bedroom unfurnished 20 to 28 for route sales
house In Starke. Phone 389- Have two 2 BR homes. ONION. CABBAGE plants.
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Fla. D04) D6&-6601) man. Starting pay $102.00
( ) Hlway 18 to Hiway 229. 4th
3891 week days or 964-7679 Quick Move-In. Deep & Shallow Wells 'iveek. Call collect?, Mr. Cordell'
Saturday and Sunday. Itchg Water Softeners & Filters at EL-4-0221, Jacksonville house on right. Terrell Hell-
BILL POWEll bronn Springs. Itp
SINOKK: AUTOMATICCONSOI.K ,Expert Service On Linen Service. Itp ,
The TELEGRAPH Is Proud To Announce MODKL: MAID WANTED Wednesday Real Estate All Makes
404 Madison St. FOR SALE 30 Inch Philco DID YOU KNOW It'3 easy to
W.
ZIO ZAG SBWING MACHINE. Friday or Saturday. Law- Phone 961-7061
electric: stove. No chips or bad own a Longchamp Home?
Blind stitches. buttonholes, tey area resident preferred.Mrs. Phones: Off. 964-6464
A New Dealership -- The Complete Line of decorates el'o!: Original price Sam McOarvey Phone DURRANCE PUMP: cratches, $3300.: Phone 964. Better built for Florida liv-

$300. Has balance $61.20 or 782-S134.: Itp WE BUY AND SUPPLY CO. 6512. Itchg: ing. Your plans or our.
used furniture I
appliances
reliable party In this area can Your lot or oura. Contact Bu-
Bohn Rex And Mim- or anything of value. WAITRESSES WANTED ford Mitchell, phone 964-
Rotary Spirit Duplicator assume $8
monthly payments.
in The
)Dahmers Discount House, 964-& FOR SALE Poultry Ranch Apply person. Longhorn
6853 P. O. Box 238 ?tarke.
Phone Jacksonville COLLECT ,
Best Time To Restaurant 301
Buy 7923. ,
tfchg( for boilers breeders or corn- South.2tp
333-1946 Ask for Credit Manager. tf
i mere Val layers. AU contracts 11-30
eograph Machines And Suppics.! Will deliver no obliga Off Season Prices available If desired. Two air

tion. Btchg 11-30 New & Good Used FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 conditioned residences furnished REGISTERED ANGUS I FOR SALE 2 Electric Guitars -
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I bedroom house. Easy walking or unfurnished. Tractor FOR SALE :1 Carrying Case and 1
LawnmowersFIRESTONESTARKE distance to shopping area. farm machinery and cat Cows, with calvea at side and small Amplifier. Excellent, Con

FOR RENT Unfurnished 4, Ph. 964-5403.& tfcti'?: tle if desired. Write "C". P. O. re-ibred; Bred Cows or Heifers; > dition. $150.00 cash. 964-5669

rooms and bath overlooking 1 Drawer. A. Starke. 2tp 1123| Open Heifers; Bulls; Bred or 964-7061.
Grade Heifers to calve In the'
Bradford Kln'rlsy' l Lake. Phone 266-
County Telegraph PULLET FARM 13 PORTABLE I
4477. ll'B3' : acres spring.T. WELDING 24
3tp RIUlIT'POINT
the
TUB for 50.000 capacity. 4 bedroom HOUSE-For Rent furnished. W. BAKER A SONS hour service.Newman's. WeldIng '

the way :you! write.. Come In home. 12 x OS Mobile Home. 610 Colley Road. Call 964-9433: : Phone Keystone 473-4704 or,' & Fabrication Works. Rt.

I'aul D. Carter and select your favorite ES- $63.000. Phone 964-B006. or 9647199. Bobby Lewis.. write P. O. Box 2, Lake GeneVa 3, Box.: 2C>s.D", Starke. Phone

j TE&BROOK: fountain pea. .-.t---- Itchg ____ Itcbg FU 32660. itchg 1123| | B64-3609. ltp.v





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.. .. Witness my timid and the t.I.l ilc.' r. tiiHHii"> nitin" :Ti: v..... ... .y-; .' -<'II' .. seal", of laid. Court on u<.tolmr i 112t 113aI TliSS. : HTt'DIO"" / OM-'T! HIIOP. Ill. it II'S')
Proper Planting ..__ ; .Mt' :; ,: 80 1167.SEAL 1 I Ins W'e Call Ht, starkn. FlorId -
(:,,1fj. s ( ) I I I I :MUICIJVOTTCK ) ,.,, Intend trv fflHtnr< tht mild A Clowlfled Ad In tt.. TPdZ'. .;
ba.aw
,; 1 flat with the Clprk nf theflunit I. .
7L Charles A Darby, l 19 'MHItlOHY C1TVBN! : GRAPH brings resaWh.
III! '' Court of Bradford Oreun-
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Clerk
NO Circuit Court I linn. the ,unili,,',rHlKiii-il duHlrlntf I I
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I Pine Tree ProfitsFlorida Dahmer's Discount

pines don't whisper minutes and should never be
they shout! permitted to dry out.
They give forth with a loud, The young trees must be
clear call that heard more kept: cool, moist, and shadedup Tt3 112 E. fAM STREET PHONE 961.7923
distinctly every year. to and including actual 4NU
Pines means profit to tree planting.
farmers. They conserve soil Whether planting Is done by
and water, and provide natural machine or" by hand, It Is Important 1 BRINGS YOU FACTORY-DIRECT] SAVINGS
beauty. Pines are the lead-
foresters say, that the
ing renewable source of raw young trees be set? to avoid ...._ .
material flowing Into Florida's the "J" or" "L" placement of I r "" '
Industrial arsenal. Jobs payrolls roots. When the seedling i is
and a stable Income are wrongly set, the vital root Featuring The New Trend -
but the channel lending I system may be cramped, curved -
direction to an rushing or even bent at right angles
mainstream of thousands of I underground. Hence the "J" "Line of Sight Viewing"COMBOS
end-products which add to the or "L" root pattern means mq
comfort, health security and
more limited chance of survival n
prosperity of all. Floridians. + r\ y e 'v1L'lidJ
and most surely means i :
Pines have secrets not yet later development of a retarded -
,unlocked by science, chemistry, root system and poor" growth -

and Industry. But those my- performance of the tree. +___ _._....7u.__n_ ,
steries, too, in time will be r6 ; $49995Nfrom
Another( common error Recording
proclaimed for all to hear. to the Florida Forest With R5 million slash pine millings. to ton transplanted /Ithls fall and winter,
"Florida pines don't? whisper. Service, Is planting the Florida tree farmer. and landowners, irre urged to WHO correct (iPlanting technique

They and they have a tell profit it story louder to and tell ling at Incorrect depth Seed-j Inset. show. seedling planted too deep, too hlmllou, and with cramped root structure.In .

t louder, to the tune of millions shallow or too deep. If photo Florida Forest Service nurorryman InnprrU new crop pine ,M 'xlllii|[* soon'
dollars are planting pines, for Foresters. planting to assure high survival."to .
more forest generatedeach seedling closely Look for I ready shipment. urge proper Year

I But year.if you're planting pines the root collar which is the guarantee the highest possible I In fact, pines In Floridaare for pine sedllngra for planting
for profits, plant them correctly. point of the ground level In survival among newly a crop, just as surely as i on your land at the proper ProratedColor.
Otherwise frees that live the nursery bed. When resetting planted seedlings." citrus, oats, corn, or soybeans. time.With I
may be too few to permit nor- the seedling, this Slash pine seedlings, transplanted Contact your nearest FlorIda pines, those idle acres .
mal volume growth and profitable same ground line plainly onto properly preparedsites Service office for details, become endowment? acres,
sales. marked by the collar should Just can't grow but one and additional proof of how Pines pay profits In Florida.
control depth of the field way and that's up! And like Florida: pines pay. Your county' And those pines properly) Picture
The Florida Forest Service
transplant. Thd seedling any crop, they should be planted agricultural agent also will planted don't whisper, they Walnut =_
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placed
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men, and other landowners about one inch than I ..i
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Foresters stress the need for" and roots covered to the right 'Glass Chillers' tail glasses and are sold In, would suffocate. | .
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FI/VRina.. 1967K
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THURSDAY. 23.
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il- .. 7..' -' r""' RUSSELL KAY SAYS:
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l'P ITH i ''PR'1LJ:6E' of Bt1P{& rough INDIGO SNAKES
Most of my life I have beendisgustingly hands red and Dear Mr. Matthews:

J :' : : !
( my "Innards"were acki Mid the Indigo Snake
t. Thanksgiving! Then And.Now ; '" FA""I V _. They seemed to take care of something to control its smelted reminds. me of !the old >farm

;- themselves and never 'gave mea drip I perspiredend!' athlete'sfeet or*Lake. Swan and an old Indigo
I had
this constitution but the custom con- care. like a horsa or- OOPher Snake: that.
,
347
It was
: was years ago arthritis, h .l1to1a..
cold ,
Oft. I would catch a lived in a gopher hole, apparently
the
tinued to widely and
month thAt the Pilgrims arrived vary among over-weight, under par,
with attendant
I now anjii: then with a very large gopher ] -
off Cape !Cod after two months states kept alive only by the I cough and sniffles' but It nev- how I ever managed' to crawl .

on the stormy Atlantic in the proclamation of local governors.It L ,"<1 ,I1... \ } :" .' .. er lasted. very long. and, While' out of bed In the morning wasa My father, the. ,late Sen.

k small and heavily-loaded Mayflower. annoying, was nothing< to wor- mystery
was a woman, Sarah Josepha 1't: ,; ,\ But; all of this could be Wm. E. Baker, Indicated that
Hale, who first suggested that \ .'' ry about. medicine quickly overcome ifI 'would the snake. walt very docile. by
We had family
a
\ -. .... to the drug stareand pushing! It around. with his
After exploring the Cape for a Thanksgiving should be a national chest containing. number\ of rush down
of rdle. He explained that
holiday. She was the reliable Items for use In an stock up with a variety hoe ha+
patriotic
suitable site, but before landing, q to bring Indigo Snakes were easy to

the forty-one adult male passen- editor of the popular woman's" tle emergency.of turpentine There, Epwom was a Salts bOt-! instant remedies relief guaranteed and:! leave me handle by slowly walking up

gers signed the famous "Mayflower magazine, "Godey's Lady's Book, Castor Oil and Grandma's feeling as fit as a fiddle to the one in question and
and for almost twenty she it up.The snake seemeii .
for the years picking
Compact, providing mixture of sulphur and molasses again.I .
enactment of laws, and promising"all campaigned through editorialsand fJI that was "good for used to think I was a regular to like the attention to and

due Submission and Obedi- letters to the President, state what ailed you." guy. 'but the hucksters showed'it by not trying es

ence." They landed at Plymouthon governors, and other influential 1 Our water was pure and assured! me I was. not-nOt by cape.
abundant, the air was fresh a. Iol1llr- hot. I was Just aboutas It was'explalned to me that
December 21, 1620. persons. to could, would attack poisonous!
and clean and, it was good Irregular as a- person he

The winter that followed was Finally, Srah Hale was able to be alive. get, but I didn't have to stay. snakes such as the rattler' I

heartbreaking. Half of the entire win the support of President Ab- With the advent of radio that way. There were numerous never witnessed such an ait-
and Madison Avenue hucksters mixtures, pllla and what tack> butt( other hove claimedto
In third
Lincoln. the
band ha$t. perished disease, raham year I began learning all have you that would solve my. witness such, and reiterated

hunger, and exposure. But the of the Civil War,, he was con- .. about the afflictions and dangers problem.I every: move as near as ,
following March\ two Algonquin vinced that the Union' had been : .t: r 4 At ''i 'e pi.r I constantly faced. had always been, told that could be remembered. ]BSpecf! f

speaking Indians befriended the saved, and proclaimed a national I Then came television with ian apple' day keeps the.. lally mentioned was their

remaining group, giving them In- day of thanksgiving to be celebrated terrifying pictures as well as doctoraway," but the TV an. ability to wrap around other "'

dian corn seed telling them to on Thursday, Nov. 26, a barrage of warning! words. I nouncer_..pointing. a. bony fin snakes and work their musclesIn
learned that t lived In a. world' that constrictive movement
."when the oak leaves naming the last Thursday in November .. ,. ger In my H.reetlo.n-8ald a
plant are as ;va .,vl,, ri fraught with constant' danger.I wives tale and much as the Boa Constrictors -
old very
big as mouse-ears," and catch as the day to be observdd ( began to realize that :I had. WAS what, an I really. needed wee a or Anaoondors: (water

fish to fertilize the soil.! Thus pack, year. been living in a fool's para- pill a day -or even two or Boa Constrictors of the Amazon

the seeds were sown for the firstThanksgiving time-honored custom and cu se. My thoughtless DeIfIed three.If ] crush their prey.I .
'IIdS' ft
+ r life had car-
harvest. and carefree several years cultivating -
I followed all the advice spent
one. which is now deeply embed- the brink of the
ried me to < shouted at me the old Indigo Snake
and !
From the bumper harvest, the ded iri American tradition. Al- Brave. I was an offense to my; screamed 24 'hours a day and: rushed to and was. very sad when one of i

Pilgrims arranged a bountiful though some years it might seem .. I. fellowman and a total loss druggist to acquire' all the our ok sows cornered it In
feast and gave than 8 not only that we have more to be thank- from the top of my head to my products recommended I her pen one day and mad .a

for their material blessings, but ful for than others, a few minutes So Say We AllFARMER'S the tip of my toes.. would,' need a medicine .cabinet meal of it.
aches or
didn't. have >
If I
also for the system which produced spent in inventorying our bless- .. pains I was not normal. Mr bigger! than my living -Gordon Lake Geneva K. Baker Fla.

it.Thanksgiving. ings is enough to convince us that breath was bad my hair was room a. bank account bigger

,I America is still the most favored DIARY stringy and lifeless, my\ teeth stomach than the bigger national than debt an and elephAnt's. a Dear Mr. -:Matthews.I .

days following and the most fortunate countryin were yellow and on the vergeof would like ,to take this opportunity .

harvests later came to be celebrated the world.It piles that the work la bogged falling out. My sinuses to congratulate you
to '
throughout the New England The- official weather depart- J down because of wet weather, were clogged my liver was Guess 111 Just go( back: for the fine notices you print

colonies, but on different and was true when Sarah Hale ment forecasts are improvingIn :: but. this time he said it !Is sluggish I had tired 'blood, my a'POle'' a day, and forget for the local churches. Certainly

varying days. George Washington first started campaigning to make accuracy all the time but held up by DRY weather. He my face was blemished my about. it all.r.vv..v.w. people must be encouraged -
like
national somehow or other, we still that in dry weatherthe church and.
proclaimed November 26, Thanksgiving a holiday, Like the explained to attend
kind.
unofficial
1789 as the first national Thanks- and it is even more true today. one the by a Chicago store owner sand that Is pushed does up not in tatlve on the council. Ida ... nvnvt pray If our community Is to
the grading process
in of the new who the basis of the Lou Davis was publicity chair- 'aurvlve.
giving Day hopor on length of
stay In place for any SENIORCITIZENS _2 MJS. B. J. Eggers
amount of fat on bear meat, time. man. The group planned to Jacksonville, Fla.
predicts that we are In for a a s eWe meet every Tuesday at the NEWSaAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAISal

. Taxes Go"Up-Services Don't'When mild! winter.. S hope that each of you Legion. Home at 4"p.m. and do Final Sale
work.
has a nice Thanksgiving Day "active war

they raised taxes in Law- progress, but a 20 per cent increase The storekeeper, who sells Including a drumstick' all of

tey last month members of the in property values should many specialties includingbear By Sam McGarvey\ your ownl' and that we can all News of World War H Service At our last meeting!nd, Senior elected 01 Nuts Set
Is Citizens nominated a<
meat, noted that there remember that we have a :Men:
City Council admitted they were merit more. very little fat on that meat road! maintenance program Is great deal to be thankful for Pvt. G. W. Hicks spent the a new executive board for Nov. 30
offering their citizensjno .increas- that weekend in Hampton with his 1963. Officers elected !were: For
this and concluded
is time.
Now as., good a as any year coming along.! Usually he re-
ed services which means thetown's for the council to give real consideration old Bruin knows his stuff and mother, Mrs. Carrie Kalch. Joe Kerrigan. president; Paul High prices and low volume
winter will be Russell Williams, Raymond Farr vice president; Emma
residents'are' getting very toward improving the that the coming continued to mark the pecan
little for their tax dollar. ( a mild one. However critics of Slade, and Percy Griffin left Schaeffer, treasurer;; Dorothy season here as a total of only,
town. this approach say It doesn't NEWS And NOTES for Camp Blanding. Kerrigan secretary; Helen 7,720 pounds of nuts were sold

Preparing their 1968 budget, best think for mean a thing, and that it Pvt. Marvin Eiland visited McManus. house chairman; at last Thursday's auction at
The way we can to the fact his Mr. and :Mrs. L. D.gland and Jessie Bowden( assistant
could be attributed parents,
several to
the Council met times to make real For Homemakers r the Starke State FarmersMarket
examine the city';; tax roll. It the City of Lawtey that the bears had poej' hunt- ... Today's 5 t M*. -M M n a ., during .theweekend., house; ohalrmaln. b8-J',. The overall average
would be the installationof dinner will :::
progress Ing,"and hence were able to 7 Pvt. M. C Vining returnedto A Mid-day
was finally decided to increasethe By Martha Sue McCain the instal- price was 36 cents a pound.
a sanitary sewer and water store up only a little fat for camp In Texas. held January 9 for Manager Bob Allen
Market
roll to $89,000v an average increase system. That has been suggested the period of hibernation. County Extension ; Frederick Watterson left to lation of officers. A committee said that the next auction, set
of about 20 cent in 4 Guard. of tiiree--Emma Schaefer,
per health join the Coast
several times by county e Home Economics Agent for 1 p. m. Thursday. Nov. 30,
and Joe Ker
property values, Chairman Eu- officials who have indicated that Actually the weather forecasters Leon Starling and Jack Dar- Helen McManus contact will likely be the last of the

gene Starling said. But there has certain conditions in the town are doing a, terrific ley were stationed at Fort rigan volunteered restaurants to and current season due to the
various
the
been little increase in the city's job. and they are now predicting Lauderdale with the CoastGuard scarcity: of nuts.
less than health- to the next
are something week in advance !- bring a report
the chairman stated. weather a : OUT OF A NUTSHELL perennial pleasure. Last year the market held
budget, ful. that Is coming out almost Those who go a nutting: this I'ISOWFLAKIPECAN' : !Sidney (Burky Shuford WAS meeting It was voted unanimously of- six Auctions selling 109.409
the In Puerto Rico with the Med- : to Invite members
The (Council voted to double But the idea has repeatedlybeen perfectly Meanwhile fall will find pecans better FUDGE Recreation Departmentand pounds of nuts for about $32.*
the
Mayor Charles Shuford's salary, drought continues, although a than ever. Delicious nutrition One cup chopped pecan, 2 ical Corps.! wivesto 000. During the three sales
turned down by the council forecast for George E. Thomas Jr. enlist their husbands or
rainy period was meat pops out of the nutshell. cups miniature marshmallows, held to date this year only
making it $50 per month, increased because it has been considered too the early part of this week, KEEP: PECANS FRESH 1 cup Graham, cracker crumbs ed In the Marine Corps and Is join us. about, 28,471 pounds have

Ethel Reddish's pay from $55 expensive. No doubt that's true, and the berries need rain bad- 1 cup confectioners sugar, 12 at Parris Island S. C. We are off to a good start been soldi.:!'
to $100 month, and upped They easily become rancid Ralph E. Rhodes son of Mrs. for next year and hope that
per ly. brought
but nothing comes cheap these If not oz. semi-sweet chocolate\ bits, Last Thursday's sale
properly stored. To more of the people of Brad-
D. A. Monteith, was a flying
their from
salary $2 to $10
own
days. keep them nutty (tn flavor, follow 1 cup evaporated milk, 1-2 tea- cadet: at Bainbridge, Ga. ford County, 43 years or over, growers( $2.784 with prices 45
per month. We had another light sale these tips on storage. spoon peppermint extract. ranging from a high of
will Join us.
Lawtey is the only town we of pecans last week at the Combine chopped Frank Hemmingway wrote and cents for Stewarts to a low of
Pecan meat prefers a cool pecans his that, he was get- Our Social Security
These raises doubt de- parents
are no know of that has a considerable! market, and so far this season marshmallows, Graham cracker far 29 cents for Tesch. Curtis
served but is that has been only spot In the refrigerator. Temperatures ting along well at his assignment Medicare programs! are 41 Va while
our argument the bank fact the volume crumbs and confectioners ranged from 38 to ,
we
nest egg in a ranging from 34 to on board the Aircraft from adequate and, constantly -
they fall far short of givingLawtey's 25 per cent as large as last seedlings brought from 30" to
in these when 38 sugar. endangered. Only our constant
admire days gov- Last sale of the season Is degrees are best. Covered Carrier Enterprise, some-
citizentry its money'sworth. ernmental agencies dig them- set year for Nov. 30. glass jars make excellent! ? con- Melt semi-sweet chocolatebits where in the southwest Pacific. vigilance organization 32 cents. of other varieties .

selves deeply into debt all too e tainers. It Is best to store In evaporated milk over and affiliation with the National Average Kennedy price 35 cents;
low heat. Council of Senior Citizens :
nuts In the main part of the
If taxes 20 cent quickly. We are fully cognizantof Once again we're !goingup Success and Randall 34;
go up per as refrigerator rather than In the Remove from heat and add 'Homecoming at Bradford will preseve that which
they have in Lawtey it seems the city's conservative policies.But to Sam's'Another's home for moist air section. one-half teaspoonful pepper- County High School in 1942 has alreaiy:: been achieved. mixed nuts, 32

logical that the taxpayers should there is such a thing as Thanksgiving dinner with other, the Plastic containers, or plastic mint extract. was celebrated with the usual Passage of meaningful Social
family, will so many
expect to see some signs of prog- being too conservative; there is ( as on this traditionalday freezer bags are also good Stir all but one-half of football game. The Tornadoes Security legislation has senior TilE RIOIIT POINT for the
persons for storage. It is Importantthat 'beat for the first time citizens worried by 1U long
Jasper In
ress. Chairman Starling said, at chocolate mixture into dry ingredients the write. Come
of for family gettogethers.The ( wry yea
stifling needed
danger necessary prog- delay. Relief Is sorely
they be tightly sealed.Shelled The
in four score was
and years. CS
the mix well. favorite
meeting when the council was Thanksgiving Sam does '' from the present $44 mini- and select year
ress. pecankeep'/ welJ for
considering the complaints it re- n't like to remember 1 18 the ,, Turn mixture Into buttered 340.The TERBROOK fountain pen.
about six months ir the mum. .
\. re- seniors also held a- danceto
ceived about the tax hike, that Certainly the big step of going one at Railway many years frigerator. pan. Press! Into shape. celebrate Homecoming and President Johnson's recommendation -
Frost with remaining chocolate
taxes could be raised now and into debt for any sizable amount, ago, when a bad old doff In Pecans may be frozen. Pack- mixture. had a reception to entertain of a $70 minimumIs BIG BETSY

perhaps, the council could work even for a sanitary sewer and the neighborhood stole supposed the age freshly shelled pecans In Chill until ready to serve. alumni and show them then considered likely to 'pass Hlatory'a costliest recorded
ducks were
out something about the services water system should be carefully to two have for we dinner and we moisture-vapor proof bags. Cut in small squares. Garnish school building. All went: However, the 15 per cent Int- catastrophe according to the
Freeze In tin can, freezer jarsor well except that overloaded crease: on all other /benefits Insurance Information Institute -
later considered. But believe thatif chicken with halt
we wound up with a skinny pecan
plastic containers. Seal or electric circuits blew out the has been rejected by the was Hurricane BetSY.
By that statement the chair- Lawtey's citizens and its city on the .table.. close containers. Store at O fuses so the school tour had House Ways &; Means Committee which swept across Florida
council work together there is a degrees F" to be adandoned. by a bill!, brought! to Mississippi, ''and LoulalanA in
man was admitting the taJ 4 in- ,real )possibility; of getting a sewer That was back In the day Unshelled pecans should be Punch and cookies reserved the floor of the House under September 1969 causing damage -

crease was only half the job; It and water system. when every turkey on our kept*1n a cool dry place. They 25 Years AgoBy by Bobbie Cameron, a closed rule denying members estimated at more than .a

seems to us the council should table had five legs. At least, will remain fresh for about? a Jewell Powell, and Alice any opportunity for amend- ,billion dollars

begin now to think about increase In view of the importance of so It seemed for with five year. Alice ]\lcGane June Harding. The tours were ments. It was proposed' that

ed services. such an improvement to the town, kids at the table and eachone MEASURING TIPSOne conducted by Lola New-some' other social security benefit

it merits serious consideration clambering for a drum- pound of pecans in the Odessa Mo-Rae, Lucille Crosby' increases be limited to 12H
The council is investigating giv- stick. Sam's mother performedthat heH. yields about 2 1-2 cups Twenty-five years ago the and Grace Wagner. per cent but. the Senate Finance Is wtely' known that the cost
more careful study than the step m1ra.cle'and satisfied each of pecan halves or 2 cups of Starke City Council complained Committee is strongly In' of medicine ts a terrific strainon

ing the city twice a week gar- has been given by the city of us by an Intricate carving chopped pecnns. to the State Road Depart- 'First girl from Starke to favor of a 20 per cent In the pensions that a majority ;

bage pickups, instead the present fathers to process. One pound of shelled pecans ment that water stood on Tem- Join the WAVES was Nora crease. .of seniors receive.
t once. That's making little up cow yields about 4 1.4 cups of pe- ple Ave., near the school, aft- Anderson who hoped to help The Influence of the power- Seniors. ae advised 1 to read
a How pretty the woods and can halves or 3 3-4 cups of er every heavy rain The train pilots Mia Anderson foil drug lobby in Washington the article under '"Senior Citizens

bays are now I Leaves of the chopped pecans. Rnd' Department advised that who came to Starke In January caused a serious setback by News"" in the latest Is

I Protection For The hardwood trees have turned For convenience, repack :1,200 feet of 36 inch pipe be 1941 as a Bell Telephone the defeat of an importantpart SU8-at "Reader's Digest" 1 and

: Asking into masses of red yellow and: large quantities of pecans in laid from Temple Ave. west on supervisor, had had some of the pending Social e ...then-pass It on to a friend or

orange and various shades of readily usable packets. One- Pratt St. The Council estimated flight! training. Security bill which would neighbor.
Somebody is always coming up from the City before offering those colors, and the grapevine half or one cup measure are the cost at $10,000. have helped defray. the high Preparations for our Christmas -

with a new gimmick to make leaves have added their commonly called for in recipes. cbost of presclption medicine party will be discussed! at
a their When such Mrs. Lydia Hall of Theres-
wares. a request festoons to the scene. within the voluntary Plan Bof tha- next Tuesday'
yellow Pecans find a place in: Twenty-one young ladles of meeting on
fast buck usually at the expense is made, the ordinance says | And,;the colors are all the Appetizers. Add pecans to Bradford County volunteeredtheir sa. who at 72, planted and> Medicare. Drugs today are' NO\{. 28. at 7s30: p: m. In the
t her sweet
of businessmen who can ill the application shall be referred more attractive because of the drinks and dips. Try them services to the local Red patch dug displayed own one 15: potato inches almost as important as food to Recreation' Center on Pratt St.iJce .
contrast with the deep greenof hot toasted and salted Cross the elderly, most of whom Kerrigan reporter.
afford to be snacks as staff assistants during ,
separated from .
,. hard- t9 the Chief of Police who shall long, weighing three pounds. ,
suffer
:. the pines ifloups.! Toasted pecans World War II. Mrs R. A. fern) ehronto Illness ft 4 *
.
earned dollars. cause investigation of the appli- e sprinkled on hot soup add Green enlisting the group, .

I. Hardly a week goes by that cant's business and moral character The county commission Is crispness, protein richness, and said some would help the Ra- ,'fo -- --
pushing ahead with plans\ for elegance. tioning Board. others the
for the protection of the new courthouse and now :Main Dishes. Try pecans In Health Department and stilt The Bradford County .:Telegraph

one or the public good. it seem likely that construction poultry stuffings, to top casseroles others would do clerical work ESTABLISHED 1879
more of these solicitors. on It will be started next or as a gourmet touchto for the Red Cross. ,I';

*' 'City ordinances offer ample The next time you are ap- spring. Commenting the meatloaf Chicken chow Mrs Glen Duke! reported that E. 1.. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher

proached by a stranger offering project one commissioner meln Is crunchy good with a five people had enrolled as 0 -.
:protection from this type of high said he may not be around to few pecans.. volunteer drivers and that Ngi Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published.. Continously

pressure salesmanship but an goods or services of doubtful use the new building [because Breads rolls, muffins. Takeon Milton st. Peter had volunteered Under The Same Matt Head.

\ value, ask to see his or her city of the election coming up I a new flavor interest with to train them. All drivers zo .

ordinance is only as good as the permit. If none is shown, refuse but he was stUl pushing! aheadon 'pecans- must be trained In first aid

-enforcement it gets. the job.Incidentally.. Desserts. Pecans bring flav- Itarjorie Grlder a senior at Published each Thursday' and entered as Second Clans Matter .. the Poet Offie

the offer and notify the Police or to pudding custards, pies Bradford County High School at Stvhe, Florida under Act of Marc 3rd. 187.

The ordinance dealing with Department. It's as simple a? speaking of and cakes They are tasty was selected as acting chair SvtoeHpttMM. (. tnU. ana 1 ,...., M.OO A nwntbs, t123O".kle
"solicitors and canvassers" over Ice cream, and a must In man for a newly formed Junior .
requires that. county roads we asked Road trader 1 $4.BO 6 month
obtain Foreman R E Jones how his candy. In fact, they crown RM Cross, chapter, F.ich high year 11M
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Jlrt7TON! t PAGB BTAHKWH FLORIDA
C THURSDAY NOV. 23, 1967
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U I t RUSSELL KAY SAYS:
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\ i t: "4 RTHJt PR.1U..E6E'oF"' I 13E r .M: INDIGO SNAKES

J of my life I have been hands red and rough.
; 'i uST: AN AVIiiR..A 'E AM stomach was in terrible Dear Mr. Matthews:
a j disgustingly healthy. As far as iGA of the two
The picture children -
Then And Now \ "Jnna.Nwere! concerned. shape. It continually needed
Thanksgiving, It: <: ; my and the Indigo Snake i
: acid
.. FA'" I V They seemed to take care of something to control its
reminds me of the old farm ,
I themselves: gave
: It was 347 years ago this constitution, but the custom con- < .
I, month: that the Pilgrims arrived tinued to vary widely among the "1'\' ,\ )' Oh, I -would catch a cold arthritis, halitosis! was or- Gopher Snake that (i

( off Cape Cod after two months states kept alive only by the ., ':' ; now alI:! then with attendant over-weight, under par and lived In a gopher hole appar

t on the stormy Atlantic in the proclamation of local governors.It ..". ..... ... cough and sniffles but it nev- how I ever managed to crawl ently with: a very large goph

t small and lir '.:. er 'lasted very long and, while out of bed In the morning: wasa
heavily-loaded Mayflower. er.My
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was a woman, Sarah Josepha ., annoying was nothing to wor- mystery.But father, !the late Sen.

Hale, who first suggested that "' ry about.' ; all of this could be Wm. E. Baker, indicated that \

After exploring the Cape for a Thanksgiving should be a national \ We had' a family medicine quickly. overcome ifI would the snake was very docile by
a. 'of down to >the drug store pushing It around with, his I
chest containing number rush' .
suitable site, but before landing, patriotic holiday. She was the reliable, Items for use In an, and stock up with a variety of hoe handle.' He explained that

the forty-one adult male passen- editor of the popular woman'smagazine r ,.a emergency.\ There was a bottle remedies guaranteed to bring Indigo Snakes were easy to

gers signed the famous "Mayflower "Godey's Lady's Book,"" of turpentine, Epsom Salts. Instant. relief ands leave me handle, by slowly walking up

Compact,"' providing for the and for almost twenty years she Castor Oil and Grandma's feeling as fit as a fiddle to the one In question and '

enactment of laws, and promising"all campaigned through editorialsand v333:1L mixture of sulphur and mo- again.I picking it up.The snake seetnej .

due Submission and Obedi- letters to the President, state lassses, that was "good, for used to think I was a regular to like the atbention and
what ailed you" 'tout the huekaters shoWed by not trying to es.
influential guy
ence. They landed at Plymouthon governors and other
Our water was pure and assured me I was not-not; ; by cape.

December 21, 1620 persons. abundant, the air was fresh a long-shot. I was Just about It' was explained to me that

The winter that, followed was Finally, Sarah Hale was able to and clean and it was good to as irregular as a person could. he would attack: poisonous

President Ab- be alive. get, but I didn't have to stay snakes, such as the rattler, I
win of
heartbreaking. Half of the en- the support .
With the advent of radio -
that wa,. There were numerous never witnessed such an attack -
tire band had,\'J'isheLof' disease raham Lincoln. In the third year and Madison Avenue hucksters mixtures, pills and what but{ others! !hove claimedto

hunger, and exposure. But the. of the Civil War. he was con- 'lT I began learning all have you that would solve my: witness such, and, reiterated

following March, two Algonquin vinced that the Union had been ( about the afflictions and dangers problem. every move as near na
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speaking Indians befriended the saved and proclaimed a national I constantly faced. I had always been told that could be remembered. Especially

remaining group, giving them In- day of thanksgiving to be celebrated Then came television with "-an apple a day> keep the mentioned was their

dian corn seed telling them to on Thursday Nov. 26, terrifying pictwesas wards.weU as I doctor- away" but the TV an. ability to wrap around, other
of
plant,("when the oak leaves are as naming the last Thursday in No- learned a barrage that I warning lived in a WGl'ldfraUlglhot nouncer pointing direetlon-said: a bony that finger o In snakes constrictive and work their movementvery muscles'

big as mouse-ears," and catch vember as the day to be observdd with constant danger.I was in an my old wives tale. and a much as the Boa Constrictors -

fish to ,fertilize the soil. Thus each year. began to realize that 1 had what, I really needed wee a or Anaoondora [water

the seeds were sown for the firstThanksgiving' been living in 'a fool's para& pill a ct.a.yor: even two or Boa Constrictors of the Amazon ,
IS ja time-honored custom and '
: a dise. My thoughtless neglect their prey.I .
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harvest three.
is deeply embedded ? ; 'cn tam and carefree life had car
which now w .tw
one
r sir W # If I followed all the advice spent several years cultivating
From the bumper harvest, the J iri{ American tradition. Although ]- I4:19: TraiNAt -1 .A4 1 ried me to I was an offense to my:
(crave.
Pilgrims arranged a, bountiful some years it might seem ".r ,:t fellowman and a total !toes 24 'hours a day and rushed to and was very sad when one of

feast, and gave thanks not only that we have more to be thank- 4 from the top of my head to my druggist to acquire all the our old! sows cornered, it In

for their material blessings, but ful for than others, a few minutes So Say We AllFARMER'S the tip of my toes. products recommended I her pen one day and made, a

also for the system which produced spent in inventorying our bless- .. If I didn't have aches or would'' need a medicine cab meal of tt,

i it.Thanksgiving. ings is enough to convince us that pains I was not normal. My inet bigger (than my living -..Gordon E. Baker
bank account bigger Lake Geneva, Fla.
t America is still the most favored breath was bad. my hair was room a
DIARY national debt, and a
than the -
days following stringy and lifeless, my teeth
and the most fortunate countryin stomach bigger! than an elephant's. Dear Mr. Matthews.
harvests later came to be celebrated were yellow and on the verge
the world.It would like ,to take this opportunity
throughout the New England The official weather depart- plies that the work is bogged of falling!. out. My sinuses I
J congratulate
down because of wet weather, were clogged my liver was Guess 111 Just} go back to to you
Hale
when Sarah
colonies
but on different and was true ment forecasts are improving
fine notices print
sluggish. I had tired blood, my apple a day, and forget for the you
but this time he said it Is
in all the time but
varying days. George Washington first started campaigning to make accuracy held up by DRY! weather Heexpl.a.1ned my face was blemished my about. it all. for the local churches. Certainly -
somehow other, we still like 4
proclaimed November 26, Thanksgiving a national holiday or ( that In weather people must be encour-
dry
unofficial. kind. Like the
1789 as the first national Thanks- and it is even more true today. the the aand that Is pushed up in 'aged .to attend church and

giving Day in hopor of the new one who,by on a the Chicago basis store of owner the the grading process does not tatlve on the council. Ida ............... ....... pray if our community is to

amount of fat. on bear meat, w stay in place for any. length of Lou Davis was publicity chair 'survive.
SENIORCITIZENS -Mrs. B. J. Eggers
man. The group planned to
. Taxes Go";:Up,, Services Don't. mild predicts winter.that we are (in for a time. meet every Tuesday at theLegion NEWSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AA4 i Jacksonville, Fla.

We hope that each of you Home at 4 p.m. and. do

When they raised taxes in Law- progress, but a 20 per cent increase The storekeeper, who sells has a nice Thanksgiving Day "active war work." Final Sale
including drumstick all of
a
tey last month members of the in property values should many specialties including By Sam McGarvey your own] and that we can all News of World War. H Ser- At our last meeting Senior

City Council admitted they were merit more. bear meat, noted that there is that we have a vice Men: Citizens nominated and elec- Of Nuts Set
toremember
offering their citizen nqincreas- very little fat on that meat roadl maintenance program great. deal to be thankful for. Pvt. O. W. Hicks spent the ted a new executive board for
Now is as, good a time. ag any this year and concluded that weekend In with his For Nov. 30
ed services which means thetown's coming along. Usually he;, reNEWS Hampton 1963. Officer elected were:
BI'uiIt'knows and
for the council to give real] con- old his stuff mother, Mrs Carrie Kalch. Joe Kerrigan president; Paul
residents'are' getting very toward the that the coming winter will bea High prices and low volume
sideration improving Russell. Williams, Raymond Farr, vice president; Emma
little for their tax dollar. mild However critics of
one. continued to mark the pecan
town. Slade, and Percy Griffin left Schaeffer treasurer; DorothyKerrigan
this approach say it doesn'tmean And here as a total of only,
Preparing their 1968 NOTES *, for Camp Blanding. secretary; Helen season
budget, The best way we can think for a thing and that it Pvt. ''Marvin. Eiland visited MdManus house chairman; 7,720( pounds of nuts Were sold
the Council met several times to could attributed to the fact
the City of Lawtey to make real be For Today's Homemakers his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I* D and Jessie Bowden assistant at last Thursday's auction at
examine the city'artax roll. It that, the bears had poor hunting -,,,: : ; .. during theweekend.' house chalrmaln. the Starke State Farmers"
progress would be the installation able to 'q M q a ..,I ,..ilapd/ ., ? I
and hence
was finally decided ,to Increase of and water were d' By Martha Sue McCain Pvt. M. C. Vining returnedto A Mid-day. dinner wUl' b*;"*.4: Market. The overall average
a sanitary sewer little fat for
the roll to $89,000\an average increase store> up only a camp. in Texas. held January 9 for( the installation price was 36 cents a pound.
system. That has been suggested the period of hibernation. County Extension Market Manager Bob Allen
of about 20 per cent in Frederick Watterson left to of officers. A committee
property values Chairman Eu- several times by county health Home Economics Agent :join. the Coast Guard. of three-Emma Schaefer, said that the next auction, set

officials who have indicated that Actually, the weather forecasters Leon Starling and Jack Dar- Helen McManus and Joe Ker- for 1 p. m. Thursday, Nov. 30,
gene Starling said. But there has are doing terrific will likely be the last. of the
certain conditions in the town ley were stationed at Fort rigan -volunteered to contactthe
been little increase in the city's are something less than health- Irth. and- they are' now predicting Lauderdale with the Coast various restaurants and CI.llTent.iOn\ due to the

budget the chairman stated. ful. weather: a week In advance OUT OF A NUTSHELL perennial pleasure.SNO'FLAKIJ Guard. bring a report to the next scarcity of nuts.

that is coming out almost Those who go a nutting this PECAN Sidney (Burky) Shuford was meeting. It was voted unanimously Last year the market held

The Council voted to double But the idea has repeatedlybeen perfectly. Meanwhile the fall will find pecans better FUIIOE) In Puerto Rico with the MedIcal to invite members of six auctions selling 109.409
Mayor Charles Shuford's drought continues, although a of nuts for about $32.-
salary, turned down by the council than ever. Delicious nutrition One cup chopped pecans, 2 Corps. the Recreation Departmentand pounds
making it $50 month increased rainy period was forecast for E. Thomas Jr. enlisted their husbands wivesto 000. During the three sales
per meat pops out of the nutshell. cups miniature George or
because it has been considered too marshmallows.
the early part of this week held to date this only
Ethel Reddish's pay from $55 KEEP PECANS FRESH 1 cup Graham cracker crumbs In the Marine Corps and Is join us. year
No doubt that's true and the berries need rain bad- have
to $100 per month, and upped expensive. They easily become rancidif 1 cup confectioners sugar, 12 at Parrla Island. S. C. We are off to a good start about 28,471 pounds!

,their own salary from $2 to $10 but nothing comes cheap these ly. not properly stored. To oz. semi-sweet chocolate bits, Ralph E, Rhodes, son of Mrs. for next year, and hope that been soldi./
sale. brought
days. 1 D. A. Monteith was a flying more of the people of Brad- Last Thursday's
per month. keep them nutty (In flavor, fol. cup evaporated milk, 1-2 tea-
.. We had another light sale low these spoon peppermint extract. cadet at Bainbridge, Ga. ford County, 49 years or over, growers $2,784 with prices
;These raises Lawtey is the only town we of pecans last week at the tips on storage. Frank Hemmlngway wrote will join us. ranging from a high of 45

are no doubt deserved know of that has a considerablenest market, and so far! this season Pecan meat prefers a cool Combine. chopped pecans his parents that he was get- Our Social Security and cents for Stewarts to a low of
but our argument is that the volume has been only spot in the refrigerator. Temperatures marshmallows, Graham cracker 29 cents for Tesch. curtis
Medicare
egg in the bank, a fact we ting along well at his assignment programs are far
they fall far short of giving admire in these days when 25 per cent as large as last ranging from 34 to crumbs and confectioners on board the Aircraft from adequate and constantly ranged from 38 to 41%, wfelle

Lawtey's citizentry its money'sworth. gov- year. Last sale of the season is 38 degrees are best. Covered sugar. Carrier Enterprise, somewhere endangered. Only our con- seedlings brought from 3V to
them-
ernmental agencies dig
set for Nov 30.( glass jars make excellent? con Melt semi-sweet chocolatebits in the southwest Pacific. stant vigilance organization, 32 cents.
selves deeply into debt all too e talners. It is best to store In evaporated milk over and affiliation with the National Average. price of other varieties

If taxes go up '20 per cent as quickly. We are fully cognizantof Once again. we're going up nuts in the main part of the low heat. Council of Senior Citizens : Kennedy, 35 cents;

they have in Lawtey, it seems the city's conservative policies. to Sam's Ynother's home for refrigerator rather than in the Remove from heat and add' Homecoming: at Bradford will preseve that which Success and Randall, 34;

logical that the taxpayers should Thanksgiving dinner with the moist air section. one-half teaspoonful pepper County High School In 1942 has alreaiy' been achieved.: mixed nuts, 32,

expect to see some signs of But there is such a thing as family, as will so many other Plastic containers, or plastic mint extract. was celebrated with the usual Passage of meaningful Social

prog- being too conservative; there is persons on this traditionalday freezer bags are also good Stir all but one-half of football game. The Tornadoes Security legislation has senior
ress. Chairman Starling said at for storage. Itf Is for the
danger of stifling necessary prog- for family gettogethers.The importantthat chocolate mixture Into dry ingredients !beat Jasper for the first time citizens worried by Its long THE RIGHT POINT
the meeting when the council was they be tightly sealed.Shelled the way yon write. Com In
ress. Thanksgiving Sam does- and mix well. in four years. The score was delay. Relief Is sorely needed
considering the complaints it received n't like to remember to the pecans keep'',well for Turn mixture Into butteredpan. 340. from the present $44 mini and select year favorite ES-

about the tax hike, that Certainly the big step of going one at Rahway many years frigerator.about nix months, in*>' the re Press! Into shape The seniors also held a danceto mum. TERBROOK fountain Veil.

taxes could be raised now and into debt for any sizable amount ago when a bad old doff in Pecans/ Frost with remaining chocolate celebrate Homecoming and President Johnson's recommendation

perhaps the council could work even for a sanitary sewer and the neighborhood stole the age freshly may shelled be frozen. Pack mixture. had a reception to entertain : of a $70 minimumis BIO BETSY

out two ducks we were supposedto pecans In Chill until ready to serve. alumni and show them the considered likely to pass. History's costliest recorded
something about the services water system, should be carefully moisture-vapor "
J later have for dinner and we proof "bags/ Cut in small squares. Garnish new school .buildingAll went However, the 15 per cent Int- catastrophe; according to"the
considered. But believe thatif Freeze in tin cans. freezer
we wound up with a skinny! chicken Jarsor with pecan half well except that overloaded crease on all other benefits Insurance Information! Institute

By that Lawtey's citizens and its city on the table. plastic containers.: Seal or electric circuits blew out the has been rejected by the was Hurricane BetsY
statement the
chaIr- close
containers.
Store at 0
council work together there is a fuses so the !school tour had House Ways & Mean Com which swept across: Florida.
man
was degrees FVUnahelted
admitting
the tax increase rreal }possibility of getting a sewer That was back In the days to be adandoned. mittee by a bill, brought to Mississippi, 'and Louisiana In

was only half the job: >It and water system.In when every turkey on our pecans should be 25 Years Punch and cookies were the floor of the House undera September 1965. causing /damage
keptjn a cool AgoBy
seems to us the council should' table had five legs. At least will remain dry place. They served by Bobble Cameron, closed rule denying membersany estimated at more than a

begin, now to think about increase view of the importance of so it seemed for with five fresh for about a 'Jewell Powell and Alice opportunity for amend- 'billion dollars -
year.
ed services. such an improvement to the town kids at the table. and each MEASURING TIPS Alice McGarvey June Harding. The tours were ments. It was proptjsedr' that

one clambering for a drum- conducted by Lois Newsome other social security benefit
it merits serious consideration One pound of In the
pecans Odessa Increases be limited to 12%
The council is stick. Sam's mother performedthat McRae Lucille Crosby,
investigating giv- careful alien yields about 2 1-2 cups Twenty-five years ago the per cent, but the Senate Fin
more study than the step miracle and satisfied each and Grace Wagner. Is widely known that the cost
ing the city twice of pecan halves or 2 cups of Starke City Council .
a week complain ance Committee la
gar- has been given by the city of us by an Intricate cawing strongly in, of medicine Is a terrific strainon
bage pickups instead of the process. chopped pectins. ed to the State Road Depart First girl from Starke to favor of a 20 per cent in the pensions that. a majority
present
One
pound of shelled
fathers up to now pecans ment that water stood on Tem Join the WAVES was Nora crease. .of 'seniors receive.
once. That's making a little yields about 4 1.4 cups of pecan ple Ave., near the school, aft The Influence of the
How pretty the woods and Anderson who hoped to help power- Seniors ae advised' to read
halves, or 3 3-4 of
cups er every heavy PaiR The ful
in
drug lobby
train pilots. Miss Anderson, Washington the article under ''$entor Citizens
bays are now I Leaves of the '
Protection chopped pecans. RnM! Department advised that who came Co Starke In January caused a serious setback by News" In the latest Issue -
For hardwood trees have turned
The '
I : Asking into masses of red, yellow and For convenience> repack 1,200 feet of 39 Inch pipe 'be JB4t as a Bell Telephone the defeat of sit Importantpart trf "Reader's Digest"'andi '
large quantities of
In laid
pecans from Temple Ave. west of the
on
pending Social
orange and various! shades. of supervisor, bad had someflight '0 then .pass it on to friend or
Somebody is readily usable packets. One- Pratt St. The Council estimated Security bill which
always coming: up from the City before those colors, and the traInIng. would neighbor.
offering grapevine half or one cup measures are the coat at $10,000.Twentyone have helped defray the .
with a new gimmick to make a their leaves have. added their commonly called for In --"-- high Preparations< for our Christmas
wares. When such recipes cbost of preaclptlon
a request medicine
fast buck ;= yellow festoons to the !scene. Pecans find a place In: Mrs Lydia Hall of Thereasa. party will be discussed at
usually at the of within the
expense is made the ordinance says t And, the colors are all the Appetizers. Add to Bradford youngladles who at 72, planted and> voluntary Plan Bof'Medtcare. the next meeting on Tuesday
pecans
of businessmen who can ill the application shall be referredt9 more attractive because of the drinks and dips. Try them services County to the volunteeredtheir local Red dug: her own sweet potato almost as important. Drugs today are, Nov 28 at 7:30 p) m. iri the

afford to be separated.. from hard- the Chief of Police who shall contrast with the deep greenof hot, toasted and salted snack*1 Cross as staff assistants dur- patch, displayed one 15: Inches the elderly, most as of food whom to Recreation Center on Pratt st
-Joe
: : the pines. long. weighing three Kerrigan, reporte
>earned dollars. '... cause investigation of the Soups. Toasted pecans ing World War II. Mrs. ,R. A. pounds. suffer fom ohronto illness. Tl Ir< J .
appli- sprinkled on hot soup add Green, enlisting: the group,
Hardly] week'goes
a by that cant's business and moral character -t The county commission Is crispness, protein richness, and said some would help the Rationing -

merchants in our business district for the protection of pushing ahead with plans for elegance. Board, others the ,..

are not beseiged by one or the the new courthouse and now Main Dishes. Try pecans in Health Department and stilt The Bradford County :Telegraph
public good. .
it seem likely that construc- poultry stuffings, to top casseroles others would do clerical work
more of these solicitors. tion on It will be started next or as a gourmet touchto for the Red Cross. ESTABLISHED 1879 .

J.VCity:: ; ordinances"offer ample The next time you are approached spring. Commenting the meatloaf. Chicken chow Mrs. Glen Duke reported that E. 1. ,

I protection from this type of high by a stranger offering project, one commissioner meln Is crunchy good with a five people had enrolled as o MATTHEWS Editor and. Publisher
said he may not be around to few pecans.! "
volunteer
goods or services of doubtful drivers and that Florida' Oldest Weekly Newspaper
\pressure salesmanship but an we the new building [becauseof Breads, rolls:!!, muffins. Take Milton St. Peter had volunteered Nor Published Contlnoinl

ordinance is only as good as the value ask to see his or her city the election coming upl I on a new flavor Interest with to train them. All drivers O Under The Same Mast Head

/enforcement{ it permit. If none is shown, refuse but he was still pushing aheadon pecans. must be trained In first aid.
gets. the job.Incidentally.. Desserts. Pecans flav-
the offer and notify the Police bring llarjorle Grlder. a senior at Published each Thursday and entered a. Second Class Matter a* the Post
or to pudding, custards pies Bradford Ofnat -
School
The ordinance County High ,
dealing with Department. It's as simple as speaking of and cakes. They are tasty was selected as acting chair Starke. Florida under Act of March Sid. 187..

"solicitors and canvassers" requires that. county roads we asked Road over Ice cream and a must in man for a newly formed Junior 5ebeerlpts.e." ha ....... _c I yen ".00: fl nraths. $3S$

that they obtain a permit Foreman R. E Jones how his candy. In fact they crown Red Cross chapter. Each high Outside trade areas. 1 year. $1M S months. I1J14t

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N /. Kelly Forsyth, Randy Lester, Arena Race-- Junior Her. sant, even on cool evendngs Goodwill Official I many homes In the Starke', dicapped po stble,"
CLUBRESULTS Jerry Coon, Oreg Woods, Bud': sey, Joyce Warden, Mildred.:I It's little wonder that wom- Thanks Public area from which we receive I I Mr Pavey also expressed I I ) HAMMOND
cROPING Mclnyore I Easter O L. Lester Jim Easter contributions of clothing and thanks for the donation' of fr "ro-yl rtcclown.
Basket Weave -Ernie Til- Philip Murphy en are getting' mart enthused For Fine Support household articles.": said. Er- ,, funds' to// help subsidize varl- I, "1 M"..O,IllttO met.. Motrrifo WAMAUTVONtT / It ORGAN STUDIO
N : est, Kelly Forsyth} Jerry Basket Weave Joyce War- about boating all the time. tf nest o. Pavey, acting executive oua services: of the program ';' Mlwi.....NU MN
[I .Y Coon, Greg Woods, Randy I den, G. L, Lester, Mildred your other half still hasn't The,300 handicapped: people diiftctar of Ooodwill In- Ooodwill Industries ,recently .,j l) -_i 1NquMIY Wul, CI.'II&I I ullq Factory Authorized
.. Lester. Easter, Junior Hersey, Philip gotten the message, It may be who have received vocational dudtiles '"We have already opened a retail outlet on Hammond, OrgaaSule
H :Following are' rriults of the Cobb Race-Kelly Forsyth. Murphy:: Jim Easter' own fault. Take her out I rehabilitatior*help through recedvedi! this year 110,854 bags Temple Avenue in Starke.Reoeipte I / Service
Bradford Bo : Club competition Ernie Trlest Greg I Cobb RaceJoyce Warden I your Goodwill Industries !In 1967 of clothing and 165,209 different from this operationgo Better Home' :Furniture Co toarn lx play the easy way"
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t for Su ay, Nov. 19. Bud Mclnyore WOods'j, Philip Murphy Junior Hersey and let her see what boating arc Joining In thanks' to the pieces of household articles to( support, ebployment of 1200 s. Edcewood Ave. 110 N. W.. 10th Ave
P Girls Thru 19 I Ladle. I Is ail about and she'll soon ? such as appliances, toys,
: Winners are listed in order" of community this week for the handicapped persons at the Jacknonvllle Florida SSS: l"5 QalnMvUJe Shopping Cs tee
J r ... flnlsh fig: Cloverleaf Sandi Morgan. ALL EVENTS -- Imogene, become a believer giving which makes the Goodwill and. furniture Ittpalr of these OooGWlll: headquarters in, s r
7 AND UNDER Debbie Bobo, Elizabeth> Easter, Bryan, Jo Ann Forsyth Happy boatfng.' i program possible articles for resale makes ourrogra.m Jacksonville \
e t.,. s Cloverleaf -Mark Hersey, Marian Anderson, Betty Ann I I : "We are gyattfull to the of jobs for the han
Dora meet: Cindy Jordon,, Orlffis. I
Augle Fox Cindy Bryan. i Arena Race -Debbie Bobo.
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Arena Race Dora Tries,, Sandi Morgan, Elizabeth Easter -
9. Mark Hersey Cindy Jordon, Marian Anderson, Betty
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Augie Fox, Cindy Bryan Ann Grlflls I
( Basket Weave- Cindy JOJ0 Basket Weave Elizabeth ,
Y don :Mark Hersey, Dora Trlest, Easter Debbie Bobo Sandi:! i R v
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Augle :Fox. Morgan I
Cobb Race -Cindy Joidon,, Cobb RliceSandi Morgan( ,
Mark Hersey Cindy Bryan, Elizabeth Easter, Debbie Bobo wtlr : TURKOLOGY CONTEST
Augle; Fox. Betty Ann OriiTis..! Marian,;
8 Thru 18 l, Anderson i "
Cloverleaf Paul Brown, Men 20 Thru 38 I LerS' '
1t3"$8Q
Cloverleaf Mark Adkins !
Ronnie Hall, Randy Joyner', "
Mark Joyner, Steve Gay, Mike Ralph Bryan, Ronald Wil-
Brown liams, Leo Thornton Austin
.. Arena Race- Paul Brown. Moody, Edward Williams. I
_, Ronnie Hall Klmbo Forsyth, Arena Race- Mark Adklns
Randy Joyner, Nate Shannon Ronald Williams Leo
Mark Joyner. ton, :Edward!: Williams Thorn-I By Lynn Hamilton "'
Basket Weave-Paul Brown, Bryan, Thomas Coon.
Mark Joyner: Klmbo Fsrsyth: Basket Weave-Radph Might as well face up to it, WINNERS
Steve Oay, Randy Joyner an Leo' Thornton, Bl"Y-j Skipper. ; it's a woman's world.
Even boating, one of our lastfrontle1"8
Cobb Race Ronnie Hall, Hughes, Mark Adklns. :
is being Invaded by
Steve Gay, Mark Joyner, Calvin Lawson, Ronald Williams.Cobb ,
In
members of the fair sex.
Coon, Randy Joyner Mike Race- Leo Thornton, noticed, takea 4f {.
., case you haven't
Bryan Edward Williams, Mark Ad-
look the next time you're on,,
Boys 13 Thru 19 kins, Thomas Coon, Buster .\ ',
women
the water you'llsee
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Cloverleaf Ernie Tilesi. Hughes. driving runabouts piloting'' ", .
Greg Woods" Randy Lester, "Jatk! Benny" cruisers and even. racing hydroplanes : .. .
Kelly Forsyth, Jerry Coon, Cloverleaf Mildred this
maybe
Bud Mclnyore. Easter.// But 4 e W 4 i .4/j / ,l.t'
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Junior Hersey O. L. Isn't so bad after all. For one Wl ,
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Arena Race -ErnIe Trleat, Jim Easter, Philip thing, each year It becomesa ,.;.r. .,'
I little easier to convlne the '.. ." s :.: i'l
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GET CASH trade up for that larger and w.
fancier model. .h.r

IMMEDIATELY boating Why this among new women Interest? the In ,.. *
answer according to the Ev In- +
rude Motors people, is quite r a e
simple-boating Is easier and "
F" $25 TO $600
better than ever before. Un-:
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like earlier years when lady:!
skippers' had to relay on their MRS. VERNIETHORNT0N MARCIA LEE
I DO YOU HAVE. masculine counter-pants for
any work that might!' 'have ,
-Too many payments to make been involved, the modern day I Y g'>: .: '
-Too many bills to pay? woman is as much at home I'' Rt. 2, Box 187B rf y r P. O. Box 65
behind the wheel of the family -
I .rufiatout as the family car.

DO YOU NEED While seat.sitting behind in the an automotivetype upholstered Starke, Fla.I,, Keystone Heights, Fla. ..

EXTRA CASH NOW? 'become steering so accustomed wheel she to, has she .

can turn a key to start. the \ ':
LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR
engine, push a botton to shift
MONEY PROBLEMS the gears and flip a switch to *
automatically tilt the motor *
We Are Trained To Help! when ,beaching or running In
the shallows. 'i i 'I'f ,. ,
Thanks to the new radio .' .y .
Open Wednesday Afternoons Until 5 P.M., Starting noise suppression kits she can -, ....
Wednesday, Nov. 22 Thru Wednesday, Dec. 13 listen to her favorite radio I
program. white a powerful but '., .. ,
whispering quiet out-board 'J. E. BOXLake'Butler -
Town Finance Co. rr, ., .
motor purrs behind her Large .,. ".. -1' ..
windshields, convertible tops ,
226 N. Temple._, .. Ph. 964.7419 and even portable heaters ..ti ., ... .. ,.
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make outboard boating plea- ."<. ,\\(1'.1', 'd'r, : ,",," H'''? 'I llr'1 Fla. -;' .: ".. ::........:.".,'...."-..-..." .-.' .. .

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Nice Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To The" Above Winners With The

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Compliments Of The Merchants l Listed Below And The Bradford County Telegraph


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Stuckey's Pecan ShoppeThompson's Gem Jewelry Giti Brown's S Service Station

ALL ,1967 MODELS MUST GO, REGARD-


LESS OF PRICE. OUR LOSS IH YOUR GAIN

Garage Eagle's, Inc.Goouman'S Starke Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc.

The Following 1967 Models at Wholesale and ,


Below -- WHILE THEY LAST! I Buck's Grocery & Market Service Baldwin Chevrolet Inc.TasteeFreez

1-New Moon 57 x 12 3 BR 1-Capella, 52 x 12, 2 BR, front Station .

IIIIII Front kitchen _____n $3,999 living room. ________ $4,178 .
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lNew Moon 44 x 12, 3 BR. Capellas, 44 x 12, 2 BR front

Jack & Jill __________ $3,288 Kitchen _____________ $3,299 The Suwannee Store The Shoe Rack Drive-In

1-Capella, 52 x 12, 2 BR, Front
1 48 12 2 front
Capella, x BR
..., Kitchen __n__________ $3.998!) -Bedroom ____________ $3.888 .

I-New Moon 51 x 12, 2 Kit, -
1'/1 baths, Early American 1-Capella, 55 x 12, 2 BR, front Crawford's Tenneco Service City Fish and Meat Market

_____________________ $3,998 Bedroom :'/ baths __ $1,682 Volley Starling

II Capellas, 60 x 12, 3 BR all 1-Capella, 60 x 12, 2 BR, raised .. -- -
iil different floor plans. $4,893 to front living room, carpet, 3

II 5198. outside doors ______n $5,298 The Longhorn Restaurant f ff Durrance Pump & Supply Co. Doyle, The CleanerHurst's

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I ALSO: Many Clean 10 and 12 Wide, 2 and I .< ,

.-- 3 Bedroom reconditioned repossessions and ?f .
Service
... trade-ins at wholesale and below prices, with L. B. ,(Red) Alvarez Farmer's Supply Station

.. only $100 down for those with preferred .


credit. Service Station Kentucky Fried Chicken


Free Delivery and Set-up Within 100 Mileson Terwillegar Motors


all above units" -

. .. Independent Telephone Florida Pest Control
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Williams Jewelry -

r' Corporation 1 of Florida & Chemical .

.1fustan .. .. Company
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BAPTIST CHURCH
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Let's GoGardening Opportunities. of service:

I I j Sunday. Nov 26 -. Sunday
STARKE School, 9:45: am. Morning
PHONE
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Worship" '' 11. Youth, Choir
way
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PIIONE 473-3178 Practice 4:30 p. m. Youth I

r Choir Supper, 5:45.: Training

tit* Rental S Union 6:13.: WMU prayer Circle -
er vicesHOSPITAL I By Etorvey Sharpe! Editor!: 7:15. Evening; Worship. ,

Florida Agricultural n<- :
BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS sa
I 7:30.Monday.
tensIon' Service Nov. 27 YWA'a,
e CRUTCHES I meet at, home of Mrs. J.
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C1 ,' For.A-garden project that is Gay. 6:30: p. m. 0'1
I' Supper and Study Book.
dWfarent. fny growing "pint- RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST ORAIIAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE 81'1811'
t w.M -...w sinsplants, in a 'five I gallon Wednesday Nov. 29 -Prayer BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
gla.?, container. Meeting Business Session.' CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH

i I The is ideal for the Visitation. 7:13.: Church Choir Schedule of services: Sim- Sunday School 13 a. m. 10 n
That's project 10:00 a.. m.. Schedule of Sunday School a.
GLASS Our Bushiest Sunday School : services: Sunday I
Florida room. Practice 8:30.Thursday: Sun- Morning Worship 11:00: a. School, 1O am. Worship, 11 day School, 9:45: a, m. MornIng Morning Worship. 11 a. m- Morning Worship 11 .. m.'
Nov. 30
10:45 m.
: You could christen the Worship : a. and 7 Rev. Leland A.
project 7:00 ''p. p. m.- Evening Worship 8 P m.l
I.t beams and OA meetings 3:30.: m.. Training Union : and 7:30 Training
a.m. :
CALL, WRITE or VISIT f i J demijohn farming! !but toforestall 8:00'p.: : p.m. Training Union. 8:49: p. m.Evening Baker pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
WMU\ Study Book at the m., Evening Worship Union; 6:30: p-m. Rev. Jack
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V visits by revenue oNa Service 7:49.: MidWeek -
Thursday Visitation. 10 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at 8
a FOR ANY GLASS NEED firms. ,'better Is terserving' church 6:30.: ffr, Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY Service Wednesday ,
: name Prayer -
and 7 Rev. Lane
Newman. L. Redding meeting Jffed.. 7:30: a m. p. m. p. m. Harvey pas
t Modern I r4r'LWm., .. Prayer 7:49: m
Store p.
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Design \ r
I D ; Fronts .;Be ea .as a conservation Interim, Pastor p. m.Rev.. Virgil Lo/.tt. LAKE NEW RIVER BAPTIST

JI; .:. Just Mail Us Iii' Pattern For ?, ; piece, It will 'piece your DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST
green Uiiumb in a show case. BROOKER Sunday School 9:45: a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. in.

A round tass globe aquar- Sunday School 19 a. m. BAYLESS HIGIIW.tT Morning Worship 11 a. m. 63- W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship. tl a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.

I 2I SHEA'STabGLAsS ium. large mouth bottle. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Training Union 8:13: p. m. services: Sunday School. 10 Training Union 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship, 11 a. m

CO. large-stemmed glass or other Training Union. 6:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.; Evening Service 7:30: ( p. m. am.. Preaching 11 a. m. ning Worship 8 p. m. Training Union 6:30 p. m.Evening .
clear glass containers fine Midweek Service
are Prayer
Evening Service 7:30.: Rev. '
Service. 11 Wednesday night service Service 7:30.: Prayer
Morning Worship
for ,housing a miniature gar- Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come. Training Union 8:19: p m.
t "If It's Glass We Have If den. The glass enclosure pro Lacy Conway pastor. a. m.i: Training Union. 6-30 let us worship together I Evening Worship 7 p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. Meeting Wednesday, 7:30:

8 I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, FIa Phone;FR2-4353 I trots delicate foliage, brittle p. m.: Evening Worship 7:30p. : I Everyone welcome .- ElderT. L. Parker pastor. p. m.-Rev. R. H. Butler

,- stems/ '*nd leaves that are dif fern selaglneUa African violets m. DINE: LEVEL 1IAr'I'IS'kBundaJ' C. Williams pastor. pastor.
j CHURCH OP CHRIS
Weil., 7:30:
Meeting
d ftcuilt > a. m
I t t rA'L, '; terrarium Is ideal torIITOWU1IL'taln [small varieties], flttonla.. pe- D. m.; Q. A. Meeting Wed.. Morning: Worship 11 a. nr FIRST FRESBYTBRIAIl! Sunday: Bible Study 10a. IIEILBRONN BAPTIST.
'" M plants under t small 7:30: p. m.; Choir, Rehearsal Sunday School >y49>: a. a
a peronla snake plant Pre-Servtosa [Booster. bane. Sunday School 0:43 m.; Morning Worship and
adverse conditions.It Wed.. 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood a. o. Morning Wotvnlp 11 a. m.
varieties], and tradeacantla. Communion
Young People, and Pray** Service 11 a. m-
la an Ideal! environment meeting last MondayIn Morning Worship 11 a. m. Training Union 8:30: p. m.
Ir To maintain the planting
Service], 6 p. n.. Evenln I Evening services 830.:
'T Serving Florida for numerous plants that ventilate the terrarium when each month. Ke. ". David I Youth Fellowship, 9 p. m. Training Union 7:00: p. m.
Since 1950 Ifa.ftt otherwise/ !would 8it sides of the glass have collected Choir Practice Wednesday. Evening Service 8:00.: Midweek -
S. a !1".r normally dry atmosphere of -an 'abundance of moisture HOPE BAPTIST CHUBCI1 Service Wednesday. 7:30: P I I p.m. I 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. Prayer Service 7:30p. : <<1

I ag ., the 'home. Growing !plants behind ; water only when neces- m.-Rev. D. t. I.aDl>klY. pastor i8 1tev. Robert D. Burch. I Jsed.: m. Wednesday.
curved glass adds luster!
IL" --. ..,..... sary to keep moist and add [highway 100 .i Theree.aJ
and reflection to the arrangement -
of fertilizer.
I- limited amounts SUnday School- 10 a. m-. -,.. .
Plants In a terrarium will
It =
Morning Worship-11 a. m.
Dr. T..1. Sheehan ornamental -
8U1'V1ve'tor long periods with-
1- Mrs. Carolyn Cordially .! horticulturist, with the out fertilizer. The/ object is to Training Union-6:30: p.. m.

:e University of Florida Agricultural Evening Worship 7:15: Investment In Your Future
Ifat Eaves ; keep the :plants healthy but I An
n Representative Welcomes Experiment: Staltioons, growing slowly-Just short ofa p.m.
says that a terrarium Is easy starvation diet. Wednesday Nlgnt :r-ayer:" :'

a Ph. 964-5812 You and Your to set up. Keep terrarium plants away. I- Services 7:30: p. m. Rev.

122 N. Bay St. family to Your After selecting the container from direct sunlight. as they Merle Packham. pastor. I 'fTEftH II eOOtrom f ii
for the ornamental
Starke New Home venture are naturally adapted. :to-
(he suggests placing at growing in dark damp areas' NORTIISIDE BAPTIST I bds.pate..*V tLaues/YaY

]least one .inch of pea-size in the woods. '

The State of FloridaIt gravel In the bottom. Then TULIPS Located on Hayunanth _
>- cover the gravel with about It ds not impossible: to grow way [SR 223)la t Ralford Roal ==- -_

M Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and three Inches of a mixture of tulips In Florida. If you are I [SR 16)) Services: Hundj ='

To Acquaint You With Your City. one part sandy soil addingone daring enough' to try t.h.Is"tall School, 10 a. m. Sundae = THC SEASON FOR . ?:SI

rr teaspoon of 6-4-6 fertilizer stemimea beauty you can literally Morning\ Worship 11 a, m
rut for each, two quanta of the paint your garden with Training Union. 6:30: p. m I COLDS AND FEVER 11

to If you are new in the area, a phone mixture. the gayest colors by selecting Evening Service. 7:30.: MidWeek ', =

call will bring a prompt visit Set; /plants In the gilass enclosure different varieties of tulips : Prayer Service. Wedne = THE COMMON COLD..one of the few viruses that man has not conquered with = '

you at the same depth as that do well here. diy.j 7:30.: -Rev. Olenn Law a cure. The only thing that we have come up with so far_ are medicines to give us -

from your local hostess. Please give found arowing'w1lx1.in in the I Here are a few "musts' for hon, pastor =s relief. Perhaps, some day, someone will come up with the solution. _
garden or pots.
I growing tulips. -- There are spiritual things that we do not know the answers to. These things '
many
If narrow-mouth
her a callt! She has maps and magi :you use a Get the bulbs as soon as BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCP faith. a
must on E5
container, :you will find long possible. Put them, in the refrigerator we accept =:i
free and wonderful) gifts for you twecoera or sticks (helpful J In for about six to Sunday School. 10 a.. m = "The secret things belong unto the Lord our God: but those thing which are ,e

from I local businesses. the planting operation I eight weeks and they will be Morning Worship 11 a. m = revealed belong unto U.d and to our children forever,that we may do all the word

Plants suggested\ for terrarlums -i ready for December planting.If Evening Worship, 7:30' :: p. m I of this law." Deuteronomy 29:29: a ;E3;;

are fairy' foot/prints, partridge this Is your first attempt Prayer Meeting '7:30: p. m I = Cod has revealed himself,hs! son, and his commandments,these are the ro-''or things. E3a.

berry, malden-tralr at 'tulips be sure to try some Wednesday. Rev W. 1Newman.t. Attend c hunch Sundalearn! mare of__ _:,_'_. will n___ _for n your ,life_n_ .;::;;

ne I I Darwlns. Suggested varieties pastor. I :::..

andY Include Clara Butt. Frunus.I ...... -
William PUt FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD . ."
City of Haarlem. = : ,
-
I Id t. JACKSONVILLE Farncomb Sanders and OF STARKE :" '"l ':'"' }
I Tvv a
at BUSINESS DIRECTORYMOTORCYCLES Zwanenburg. I West Weldon St. and Ral- ( 1' .

inso In the Parrot type try Blue ford Road. == .
*
,Parrot Fantasy! .. and____ Violet! Sunday School: 10:00: a. m.l I == I Y"e
Queen.. In the Cottage. 53E3 v
Auto Sales & Service group 11:00: a, m. Morning Worship:
,
en use InRlescome! Yellow and 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: ===
let PIANOSFor Golden Harvest. I
LANDROVER p. m. Evangelistic Services.
10.he! Avoid planting tulips In Indian C. A. Services: 7:30.m.: 3F!
heM file Single .rows of tulip Evangelistic Services. -
HONDA Musical AdviceC. blubs gives euoh a line of color I r'
The World's Finest in Wednesday: '7:30: pm. Mid-
4 Wheel Drives that will not repay you for week ii
CARTER NICEEstablished : Prayer Meetlnj.
Id MOTORCYCLES
is beat to set
efforts. It
Sold and Serviced your
09 by Pastor) Rav. George Green ,,
Roberts' Chevrolet the bulbs in clusters or stagger Jr.

I.es Green Cove Springs' 3O33 ALL MODELS 1r the rows several bulbs'

,
JY Jacksonville & .0JEEp LC o i f S wide. AIRPARK BAPTIST a

Merchants Green Stamps r NOTICE TO BIDDERS m.1
ve I Sunday School 10 a. h
Sealed bids will be received s
1948 Morning Worship. 1'. a m. 1 rv .
ht Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. until December 1 on timber Training Union '7 p. m. Evening are -
Chickering A of Ever- a M ,
located
es on property
Vehicles Service 8 m.-Rev.Leroy .
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Frl. Other Name Brands green Baptist Church, west ofLawtey p. y
Wagoner Station Olive Pastor.
45of Beep '
off Highway 125. Bidsmay -
Wagons Open Sat < A.M. 6 P.M. PIANOS CONN ORGANS ,
JS be mailed or delivered to
lieto; Jeep Universals I 2051 Park Jacksonville 388-8919 Cecil Crawford:! Sr., Lawtey. __. I.At

Jeep' Gladiator Trucks Closed Sunday & Monday ''Fla., or Mrs. Inez Bryce Law-. MORGAN CHAPEL
Authorized"" MOTORS & CYCLKS
: tey, Fla. The church reserves
Approved Part i all Worship 11. Training In Ml mid for ,roodln 'tin linowltdgi ol Mil loot I'\Ntseons.ddNId.m.ndlarseetarepaid T1r
r- 4949 Blending Blvd the right to reject any or Thi' dumb h God'i oppolnlMl. ogtmr i | ()
S 4 Wheel Drive 2 Wlu, -l PICTURE FRAMES Union. 6:15.: .Evening Worship. ,
.: bids. to'Hut lmobyhvis|Mi aIphtor.Wllhaub' /
4:; Drive Jacksonville '771-8244: 2t chg. 11130| 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer MeetIng -' iMt grounding.. /In Iho Ion W M.., .. omotninonl. or Kxlur" ot my ol Ills wilt, long ;::;J 9-

EDDIE BLAND 7:30.jBob: .......,. .nd HII 'lindomi, with, vo hold M diet will loi.lublr| porlth."'"."'ro.ovin, :.:

MOTORS Inc. PICTURE FRAMING Ti. Cooper( pastor. horn o .ulflth, point ol,vlw! ono. .ihould. wpport !II,. Church 'for.the Bake ol Hio ..n.,. rfyd ;

GETTING UP I hlmiill md his '.0111,.loiond !Hint hof.ir,iviip" pines .ihould uphold and oor* ; '
be 635 W. ADAISJACKSONVILLE : MUSIC\ UNFRAMED\ PRINTS CHURCH' OF boo till,.,. /ki Iho Chunh bocovM It Itlli, the 'bull' obout m..',lilt,deli' and d..ln! >i rtio ""

In 334-7731 I HIGHTS OLDANY 432 N. Clair St.. Sfaarlca. mutt whkh don/ will.Ml, him lew to ll>t a.ihlld ol.... 0I1
8- SPILLERS'GALLERY FEEL Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- C0l,.Mon AoV.lar,

I. Parrish MotorsSALES Common make Kidney many or m.Bladder a and women Irritations ship service 11 a. m. and 7

feel teni.and nervoui from frequent p. m. YPE Wednesday 7 p. m.Prayer .
Paulus Music Co. i : and burnlnn: :day.: or Secondarily Itching I urination, you I night Meeting. Friday 7 p.m.Rev' This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follows

sleep and have Headache. B.ctac". L. S. Williams past..
ed SERVICE PARTS e Band 4 String? Instruments/ 1043 Pork .-In Five Point i and ueh feel CMC older. CYSTt-X' tired,uiually depreued.brings In or. big Civic-Minded Business Firms

he J comfort curbing I IrrltauInic t
; relaxing by
;4- e Gibson Guitars t Amplifier. I Jai 8 38M1I germ,] In: acid urine and quickly,. TENT REVIVAL FAULKNER STARKE
BUILDERS
ta.lnKpuln.GetCYSTKXatdrugKlite.about" !:
e School-SupptierInstructone Edwards Grocery &
ff. STARTS NOV. 8
S3 Years AI t A Dealer SERVICE
!.. Always Good Used Cars (I Evangelist W. J. Koonta SINCLAIR
Roberts Recorders SUPPLIES. Inc.
SEWING CENTER
ina
021 Laura. St. Jacksonville e and his family are conducting Mkt.
Music LibraryExpertnepa.1 U-HAUL RENTALS
Phone 356-5654 tent revival services la the
a. Department 1200 block on N:' Temple Ave'!!. Truck Trailer Groceries-Meats-Feeda Featuring Paint Ace HardwareComplete
BEAUTY ACADEMY H.&N. from NOV. 8 through the 19th. Suppliessaid
41 Monroe Gas Oil Sporting Conch
W. fit. Other members of the family Complete Lubrication &:

American Jacksonville. ,SUtl7! SEWING 'CENTER participating are Vona. Koontz Minor Tune-ups, Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. "CIIEJCK WITH T7S FEBST
evangelist and song leader
,
3310 Beach Blvd.
.t Hairstyling Jacksonville 398-3091 1967 Singer and' Danny Koontz drums. 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 \Wshlngtoa St. 864-0379
n Academy Mr. Coontz plays the organ.
\ I The public IB Invited to attend
ti W. MONROEIJACKSONVILLE Auto Zig Zag Lawson Meat MarketAND
rid f services nightly at ,730.: DOYLE CONNER
833-9091 and on Sundays at 2::30. COLD STORAGEWe
,t- OPTICIAN Like New Insurance Agency
.- Ask FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF STARKE, INC. Specialize: In Ctfitotn Slaughter.

id RiversideHairstyling Console Model makes fancy designs STARKE S-A-V-B Ing Cutting Wrapping'
Sunday Nov 28 Sunday U.S. 301 NORTH Prepared For Deep TFntn
Dr
stitches, monograms, With Your Mutual Agent
Charley
School..9:45.: a. m. Morning
ove.rcasu. 'dews on button. Ph. 964-7600 Starke Fla.BAUN'S PHONE 964-705'
Academy 11 "By
Worship ; sermon:
222 N. Temple) Ph. 964-7369
Oat make button holes A blind "
2059 PARK T.lACKSON"JLLE : .. Grace Are, Ye Saved Train-
-
stitches. No attachmentsDemonstrators ing Union. 6:19.: Evening
aty. 84-8337:>> -
//RCrCSStOMAL I CPTICAiPrescription h.ns 7 Worship 7:30: sermon: Busy:
Accredited COM"A"" $64" or $6 per VICKERY GARAGE GULF o
It. Qualified Instructors .r Here And There FLORIDA
'Call
mo. ( Jax 771-1850
Modern Styling Ft'-.. I Monday, Nov. 27-RA meeting 528 S. Walnut St. SERVICENEXT ,
Monthly Classes Broken Lenses Duplicated I H. &: N. Sewing CIF.I this: question:'' 5 p. m Youth Choir prac- Phone 961.6022 PEST

"Where tomorrow's stylists C Artificial Eyes I tice. 7. New' River Baptist; Association I TO1I0I.lDA
are .trained" Eyewear Specialists "Fire damage to the apart. Executive Board, Complete Automotive

213 Laura St. Jax S5O-5S9A WESTERN STORE .ment I own forced out my Meeting- 8 p. m.. First Baptist I REPAIRS Y INNU. ONTROLA

1034 Park St. Jai S54-WIA' tenants for four months Starke. ,
ELECTRIC MOTORS during repairs. I lost $1800in Tuesday. Nov 28 Junior For Every Need S. 301 NORTH OaMKAL t0.

rent. Is: there insuranceto Choir Sunbeams. 3:30.: Pri-)
ALTERNATOR SERVICE Phone 961-5340
PHOTOGRAPHER LITTLE DUDE reimburse for loss of mary Choir. 4 p. m. !f '

Peavy Brothers Western Store rental income due to physical Wednesday. Nov. 29 -Prayer -!! 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.

damage to the rental Meeting 7 p. m. Choir]]! Phone 964-5745 for FREE
E. John
Electric Co. BARNETT'S Practice. 7:45.T7vwstay. Charley BRADFORDABSTRACT
"Where You'll Find Everything units?" : I Inspections & Estimates
ELECTRIC MOTORS For the Horse : Nov. 30 _Weekday Agency

Sold8ervlcedRepalredGenerator.Start. e Commercial and Portrait. Enthusiast"Western E. Johns Bibledas*... 10 a. m. Associatlonal -I Company Hurst Shell Service
Charley :
1I&I- 01G
.rs Photography Clothing Leather. Brotherhood Meet- 131- 8. Walnut Ph.

.Alterations Frames tk Custom Framing goods: Saddles and Trailers Agency trig 8 p. m. First Ba.pt1st.1 GENERAL! !: INSURANCE; 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST
- Nobody But Nobody CadeneUsCbartoy ( Bwy. 301 & 100 Ph. W4-6H1
Armature Rewinding 1958 Standing Blvd. Charles A Sharon Petty St. Keystone Heights.
131 S. Walnut ;
I B. Johns gooey Starke; : Fla. Ph. 96I-GS81
,4044 JLCTQX Ave, 901 So. Edffewnw! Avn. 60S 8 Walnut Stark
'" J."on'Ul. SIU-I&8.j I PRONE 964-5070 1e -., SfjA. IKxcon.,, } pastor.
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nn"OFono roinrrv TEI..Jr.. R..n. WARHR. n.oiunv THURSDAY NOV. 33. 1967' ,
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2 TART. fillX


Invited to attendSERVICEMAN I Museum the Old Sugar Mill I a. m. end 7 pm.: YPB Wednesday I
and other attractions. The 7:30: p. m. Prayer
Colored Citizens (croup] went to Holiday Inn at '., meeting Friday, 7;:::1J( p m I
..; 3 p. m. for luncheon, and then Highland Baptist. -i Sunday
News continued the tour until late School 9:45.: WorahlpfU a.. m. Let's Go To TheFOOTBALL

afternoon.. Seventeen members and 7:30: p. m. OhoJI! Pactlce I
':t made the trip. 6:30: p. m Prayer meeting,
The Junior Christiana are Wednesday 7:30: p. m.
..: SCHOOL NEWS ti" grateful to Mrs. Clara Ghent, Mrs. R. E. Lee took a groupof
The PTA of RJE will sponsor ( Gainesville
to
and Mrs. Louise young people
sponsor
w 4,Learning< Festival from make the last Wednesday where they
Broxton for helping
-: 8:3O: ( A. m. to 3:30: p m dally Rally and
1'1 trip enjoyable. Gall Ran- attended a Youth GAME
starting December 4 tliroucrh7Ui
dolph president, Linda Mathis hea,i, the New World Singers. '
Material' will be on cisplay : Roger
\ secretary. Those attending were
in Room C-4. and will
I CHURCH NEWS Padgett, Pamela 1'ye, John
Include magnifiers and view-''''1' '.' I Bethlehem Free Will Bap- Lee Beth Mixon, Cindy Duck
simple science exPeriments -
.. era I tist Church. Rev. Lewis Mc- and DetSjy': Scott.
educational
dinosaurs -' Kay pastor. Monday night Oscar Carter, James Carter -
handcrafts and many othermaterials all .. "., Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board James' Oaskina and Arthur -
representing! No. 2 will rehearse at 7:30.: Ousklns! are in Atlanta, Gas
of interest to children.
areas t' Tuesday night Choir No. 1'' to attend the Farmers Mutual -
Materials may bo purchasedat \;.,. '.. and 2 rehearsal at 5 p. m., for three days.

popular, prices.easy and This pleasantway a convenient Pvt. Clinton Kelly has finished Meeting.Wednesday Thursday night:: nght Prayer! a family Members met at of the the home Phillips of Mr'I B H S BISHOP KENNY

to provide your children basic training and Is Thanksgiving program will be and Mrs. James Phillips in VI.

with meaningful. learning materials -, now stationed at Fort Mead, held starting at 7:30: with Rev.J. Starke for a family gatheringon !
Wonderful for gifts Va. In recognition of outstanding Taking part in
P. Franklin as speaker. Sunday.
in
too.The accomplishments will be served after this happy affair were Mr
Learning Festival Com- physical fitness, he made:! a Dinner Phillips and
In the kitchen. and Mrs. Leslie
mittee invited all students, score of 493 on the physical the program -of Jacksonville
will be held* Instead Coleman Phillips
parents, and visitors to attend proficiency test and was The program Hour an Ladles Mr. and Mrs. Bill
of Story
.
the Festival. The school pro- awarded a certificate of membership O. J. Phil-
Friday night Prayer Gaskins and Mrs
fits from all sales and in the $50 Club. Circle.
? ceeds will be used for pro-I Clinton would appreciate Band meeting. Saturday night lips of Lawtey. I
'ddnners! will be sold from the Mr and Mrs. A. L. Newsom
projects. .' hearing from his friends. kitchen. Sunday School 9:30a. : and daughter of Jacksonvillewere :
P.M.
The regu'ar PTA meetingwill I CLUB NEWS I m. with Mrs. Rlsby In Sunday visitors of the FRIDAY NOV. 24-7:30
m.I On Saturday. Nov. 11, the
be held at 7:30: p. charge. Morning Service at 11. R, E. Lee family.
Thursday. Dec 7. All parents Junior Christian Club took a Evening Service 6:30.: Felman Jledd' of Macon[ ,
and Interested educators are trip to St Augustine 'towing Greater A'len Chapel: AME Ga., who had been visiting his
the Old Jail Potter's Wax
I O. J. Phil-
Church Rev. L. A. Sampson grandmother Mrs.
In charge Sunday School: 10a. lips, spent the week hunting
A tree that may in summer wear, m. with Mrs. F. B. Dees-! with his uncle, James Phillips, BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
her hair
A nest of robins in
tre In charge. Morning Worship. and' friends. I
11 a. m. with Junior Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Richardson -

I BUT NOT THIS ONE! Choir serving and message by of Orange Park and -
Rev. Sampson Evening Service W. S. Crews of Jacksonvillewere <
guestsOf .
luncheon
6 p. m. All members are recent
asked to please attend and M-. nnrl Mrs. Pierce Crews.
greet Rev. Sampson who has Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas
This tree like many others returned to serve Greater Allen an. .o..s of Live Oak were ,?
r rI In Bradford County: hut been Chapel far another Conference visiting Mr| and Mrs. W. .Y' wt '
1 stlflml silently. and slowly. Year Junior Church' More on Sunday. F.//
I by Spanish. MOWN, public enemy t .1.ih
1 | meet'nj: each Man-Jay:> at 5 p. Mrs. Mae Wells and:' :
_
No. 1 of beau tJfulshade
visiting
m. Parents are asked:: to please Llnnle Ollchrlst were h .
and nut bearing trees. A
,
Visual. proof that send their children to the their sister, Mrs. Ruth Barth-
meetings. low, and family( in MtddJeburg
THANKSGIVING SERVICE on Saturday.
Soan'sh Moss The public Is Invited to Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders<
wc-thlp with the (Masonic I I and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders
KILLS TREES! family at 3 p. m. Thursday:! at and Bill Jr. spent Sunday
Ebenezer Baptist Church In with the James Anders fam-
South Starke. All Masonic ily in Palatka.
Spanish MOM must (be con- family members are urged to The birthday' anniversariesof i
trolled now while trees are atteml.YYYYY4YYY..YYYYYY'1. Joey Bennett and::) Douglas I'
Jormant. A new machine Bennett of the State Farm
has been purchased by were observed with a family I I
Florida Peat Control & dinner at the home of the W.
This photo' was made duringthe Chemical Co. to rid home. LAWTEYBy H. Bennetts last Sunday. Mr.I'
Spring. Notice the flow- owners and farmers of this and Mrs. John Bennett and
ering: shrubs and spreading menace .. another step by Mr. and Mrs. David Bennett r
foliage of neighboring thfj company to be of better Enza BlanchardAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAV were present for the occasion''t
I
plants. service to you.DON'T '
A Clumlflea 1'm' the TELEGRAPH >
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I TAKE 1 I IT Church Grace: Activities Methodist Sunday' ""'nIP -nIts. BHS CHEERLEADERS

THE RIGHT POINT for the
CHANCES 9645745PLAY
School, 0:45:: a. m. Worship. .
DIAL 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. way and .select you your write.favorite Come ES.In (Left to rlffht)-Ginger Baldwin, Cindy Sink, Elizabeth: Thornton, Evelyn Sinclair, I'atsy

TODAY First Baptist Sunday TERBROOK fountain pen. Hitchcock, Sally Moore, Ue'erlyIcHae! Kay Colson.
9:43 Worship,
School m.
: a. :
Fi npjiu PEST CONTROL 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Training TELEGRAPH I:
Union 6 p. m. Midweek services -
Adjustable Vinyl Boot
7 p. m. Wednesday' I
1509 E. PALL ST. 6' CHEMICAL CO. Church of God Sunday Covera,, All ekes 30 seats ea BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULESept.
School 10 a. m.: Worship 11 at The Telegraph

--.: :- -- -- --: 15 Macclenny 13 Starke 26 Oct. 27 Live Oak 33 Starke 6


-'it Sept. 22 Santa Fe 13 Starke 25 Nov. 3 Fernandina 21 Starke 39
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AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYOffice I Sept. 29 St. Augustine 0 Starke 19 Nov. 10 Lake City 59 Starke 6


Oct. 6 Open ..
I -
AUTO SALVAGE LADIES WEAR Equipment Nov. 17 Orange Park 19 Starke 12
Oct. 13 Bolles 21 Starke 7
ELECTRIC MOTORS I
Nov. 24 Home
Bishop Kenny
BRASINGTON Cherry'sGainesvllle's -
Hancock Office Oct. 20 Palatka 13 Starke 7

CADrLI OLDSMOBILE I Most Fashionable I
Ina. ELECTRIC Address For Ladle EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthorised
DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNiTY
BALES & SERVICE Motor Repair Co. WEAKACCESSORIES This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters -

Fine Selection) of Used CareTaken I
Of Gainesville, Inc. 7 W. University. Gainesville
On Cadlllan Trade "" Dealer

tool N.W. 18th. Rt. 441 Repalrlng'Rewlnc11ngNew !MEN'S WEAR Clary-Victor-Totalll*

PHONE 378-6301 and Used "Let's Have Another Winning ,Season"EDWARD'S ENJOY DELICIOUS MALLARD'S 5 & 10
STAG 'N DRAG Adding Machines: Calculator.BALESSERVICERENTALS
WORK GUARANTEED I GROCERYPhone Kentucky Fried ChickenAfter Your Friendly Store
I. Florshelm Shoes The Game We'll Be Open See Us First For Values
CRANELINCOLNMERCURY Phone 372-8318 Paso Pluma Suite SAVE TIME E. Call St. Starke
Discus yam 961-5312 S. 301 301 NORTH 113
Ladles Sports WearS

Arrow Dress Shirts requirements with UM first. LET'S ALL, SUPPORT TIlE TEAM COMPLIMENTSCOMMUNITY SEE THE ALL NEW

Authorized Sales &: Service Farm and Industrial] IS W. UnIversity Gainesville 528 N. Main St. G&lnMvUU 1968 DODGE NOW AT
I STARKE BUILDERS STATE BANK J. E. HARDY AUTO SALES

-. 606 E. University, Gainesville, Equipment MOBILE HOMES Phone 378-0091' SUPPLYLET'S Member F. D. I. C. 1320 N. Temple

Phone 372-4201
MUSTANG GOOD LUCK MAKE IT THREE IN A ROW

::: Crane's ImportsVolvo Santa Fe Tractor, Mobile Homes, Inc. PAINT & GLASS I GET GOING TEAM! HURST'S SHELL BIG RED!

(Ilereede -Beu) Inc. I Gainesville's Discount Mobile LAWSON'S MARKETSEE SERVICE STATIONCARL Jackson Building Supply
HURST
FIAT-UILLMAN! Purchase Home discount Bade Lot.entire Liddell Paint& U. S. 301 & S. R. 100 Starke, Fla. BEST WISHES PHONE 964-7490
FORDFarm I on YOU AT THE GAMEGoodman'
2201 N. :Main Gainesville I chain guarantee huge savings. Glass Co. Be A Booster For The Tornadoes MUTUAL LUMBER CO., Inc.

Phone 372-4373 I Tractors St ImplementsFord NEW MOON CAPEXXA Service Station SHUFORD'S STANDARD WE BUY TIMBER AND LOGS

Industrial PACEMAKERUsed KYANIZE: PAINTS Seeber Goodman, Owner
Equipment
.... Mobile Homes Low I SERVICE STATIONPhone "YES, YES, GOOD LUCK TO BUS
-
Beauty Academy Gulf Products Tires Batteries
Goodyear ,
Priced. With Glass Mlrrora Sliding Doss
USED EQUIPMENT approved credit 961.7971 Walnut at 301 S.
low as S10O down. 105 E. Madison StreetLETS NOEGEL'S AUTO SALESCOMPLIMENTS
PART SERVICE! Tub Enclosures-Shower. DOOM -
SALES -
4820 N.W. ISth St. 441 North BEST WISHESA.

POWELL'S PICK uP &: DELIVERY' Galneavllle 878.1344CALL I I GO TORNADOES J. THOMASREALTORWe're
.
COLLECT -WlndowsAwnlngCarpetWallpaperStorefront -
U-Haul Rental Trucks and TrailersFaulkner'
Beauty Academy 4483 N.W. Sixth Gainesville I GIB BROWN
MOVERS SERVICE STATIONITS Proud Of Our Coaches and Team Sinclair Service
Learn a Profession In Tour Phone 376-2348 Consultation. 709 S. Walnut Street
BILL EDWARDS
Time. Full or Part Time' Long Distance :MovingLocal STARKE. FLA. PHONE 964-5899
Spare Drayage 118 N.W. Sixteenth St. KICK OFF TIME! STARKE 66 SERVICE"GO

DAY 81 EVENING CLASSESLow GARDEN SUPPLIES Storage Packing prating YOU ALWAYS WIN WHEN YOU
GAINESVILLE 873-8191
i Shipping DENMARK FURNITURE FIGHTING TORNADOES" BUY YOUR JEWELRY FROM
Tuition Term
FREE ESTIMATES CALL COMPANY ANDREWS DRUGS WILLIAMS JEWELRY
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NOV. 23, 1907 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FIORin\ F.T10N'' :3 J PtGE I




Tornadoes Fifth Defeat Big Tiger, Bulldog





Mistakes Hand Orange Park 19-12 Win Thanksgiving BattleTo




By Dave Ilouser The loss was the fifth In i season finale Friday night ed by both sides, three were j dwellers St. Augustine.! Determine ChampBy

Mistakes games for Bradford High, 'I: against the visitingBishop,I the direct consequence of an Despite the costly letdowns
serious
and
un-
timely ones -like those that I leaves the locals 4-5 for Kenny squad from Jackson opponent's mistake. Since I. I Tornado defensive play

(have plagued BHS efforts all season to date-the worst ville. j three is an odd number, and I I.Vi against the Raiders Fred P. Green all the way with, workhorse)

season, cost the Tornadoes a cord for a Tornado !grid the'i Mistake, Mistakes one touchdown. decided. the I i I was generally good and on George Tomllnson, the Bull-
12-19 defeat Friday night at In 20 years. An elevent The Orange Park contest game It becomes apparent occasion even brilliant. Palatka With the excep- dog quarterback, sneaking

the hands of the Orange Pork opportunity to salvage was a comedy -or bettera that the team !giving away I I Charles Smith and Plenn tion of the "big game" to determine for the first score from 3

even record for the year | tragedy of errors from the on- two scores was the loser. i Gnann were, for the secondstraight the 1967 championship yards out.'IbmIlnson.

Raiders. pends upon a BHS win In set. Of five touchdowns scor- Thats Just the way it happen- ( < week, standout inI which will pit the Lake Intercepted) a
.. City Tigers and the Live Oak
Wildcat and after 71
I
cu. I i that department pass\ a
:P ,t The Big<< Red took to the I Statistics Bulldogs at Lake City yard drive he passed to Jim
day Nov.
t l1 + field obviously fired-up, and ,i BUS O. PK, Conference 23 teams the "I'hurs-r Lumpkins for 22 yards and

9 eager to atone for last week's | 3 First Downs 12 their the score. Tomllnson kept for
regular
59-6 drubbing by Lake City,I 38 Yds. Rushing 161 season a 14 yard end sweep and the
Friday with Palatka barely
;
1 I Il as they marched 67 yards In V 115 Yds. Passing 80 third Bulldog score.
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a'' Inc i seven plays with the opening 5-20 Passes Compl. 5-16 26 outlasting St. Augustine, 33-/ The Live Oak Bulldogs

kickoff to score and grab a 0 Passes Inter. 2 19.12, and Orange Park taking a I stretched their winning streakto

quick 6-0 lead. I 6-25 Punt avg. 3-41 conference victory over Starke In nine games Friday as they
1 Fumbles lost 1 scraps lambla&ted Fernandina Beach
The TD was set up by a 28
yard pass from quarterbackBill 1 35 Yds. Penalized( 25 The Palatka Brave win gave 41-0 with scrappy effort led
them third
Belote to end Ronnie Er Score by Quarters lit place in the con- by Andy Cheney, the All-State
BUg 606 12 ference behind Lake City and backfield who scored
Grim, and back-to-back runs 0- prospect,
Live
0.Plc.670619Scoring Oak, who are currentlytied three times of 24 and
of 7 and 31 yards by running- on runs
r for the
CeJ lead until they
back J. Roy Chasteen. Chas- Snmmary: meet 4 yards from scrimmage anda

teen's 31-yard' run netted. the BH3 -11 I Chasteen, 31 yd. Braves Thanksgiving turned Day. The 50 yard punt return. Hank
score, and was a thriller to run, 31) Onann. 70 yd. run on on the steam McKelthen ran for two TD's
1. hi the
'V second period to
run
watch as the 140-pound' recovered fumble. on one yard and 23 yard scor-

speedster evaded a host of i I O. Pk.-11] Solomon, recovered up certain a 33-13 halftime score, buta ing Jaunts and quarterbackChip

Raider tacklers enroute to the blocked punt in end zone, senior David Barber, a 181 Harris kept for 33 yardsand
endzone 21 Braden, 42 yd. Paso from pound running from a touchdown.

Then It Started Alvers, and 31) Thomas recov- tailback, turned on the steam STANDINGS

11RR{ The Tornadoes forced Or- ered bad snap in end zone. in the last half and ran the Cont. ADSea.WLT .
Braves ragged' in scoring a
+aI ange Park to punt the first ri WLT
pair of touchdowns
and his
61 61rfr
I lp Lake City 500 900
4 time they had the ball- anda Rams Hold] Lead running triggered '
a great: performance -
Live Oak SOD 900
43-yard Raider boot, coup With 9-1 RecordIn by the rest of the PalatkaDrange 420 730
led with a 15-yard clipping
Yellow Jackets.
penalty against BHS put the ] Small Fry Play HolUs Park 231 641
for
(4Vfr Tinsley passed; Bolles 240 5 5 OStarke
: Tornadoes back on their own
three
h Palatka scares two t.n -
11-yard' line. In three plays With only one game left to 1----Carl Johnson, who also 1 5 O 450
the stubborn Raider line had be St. Augustine 0 ft 1 091
played, Tuesday, Nov. 21, ; grabbed a fumble and raced
pushed the :Tornadoes. _back to The Rams coached by Tommy ,15 yards for a score, and Last Friday Results
tine six forcing' Belote to punt When big jChartaa, Smith uses his stalwart 220 pound- Talley, have a solid hold on turned! in a great 50 yard run Palatka 33 St. Augustine 26

from deep In the endzone. The to strain against opposing lineman ft also. puts a strain on the Championship with an 9-1 following the reception of a Orange Park 19, Starka. 12.
Live Oak 41 Fernandina
boot was blocked, as Orange hU pants.. So mighty was the big: Big' Red lineman' effort record. short pass for the finest performance ,
Beach 0.Bolles.
Park tackle Carlton Taylor, against Orange Park that he broke his. holt., That'll. why Coach They lost the first game of of the game Another 19, Macclenny 7.
and end Freddie Solomons the season and since have won
Tony Griffith It Smith with the above TD pass was caught by
poured in on Belote unchecked. ) wrapping tape, to nine straight' Richard Martineau. Games This Week

{ l lf The deflected ball went keep his. pants up. The Colts and Cowboys are Charles Hood Johnson and Live Oak. at Lake City
V*. a V straight up In the air and tied for second place with Identical [Thursday] Conference
Martlneau
turned in fine
I boo Into touchdown to again from the endzone. This a at StarkaFriday
a Bishop Kenny
Solomon Just waited for It to 5-5 records. There will defensive effort to hold the .. -
'tighten things up a bit. Tac- ,time, the snap from center [: ] Nonconference
come down to !give the Raiders be no tie after Tuesday. as Jackets in last minute drive
a
kle bounced in front of punter
Charles Smith charged.
these
a 6-6 tie. two teams play each
which could
have tied the
through the Orange Park line Beiote and went rolling crazily
Ronnie Orlggs blocked theextra other in the final game of
around in the endzone with gameendlnll with the hornon
a
point attempt for BHS to cut down halfback Gary the season. Fledgling BHS
I to keep it knotted-up. Alvers on the Tornado 30.' horde! of Raiders right/ afterit. the Palatka 5. ,

f I Orange Park took Its first Upon Impact Alvers coughed End David Thomas cover- Orange Park outfought 'Cross
, The New Sounds' Starke riddled with Injuries, Country
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lead in the game at the 4:53: up the ball, and BHS end ed this one, to give Orange
but
mark in the second stanza Plenn Onann snatched it up Park a 19-12 lead with 2:58: i Will Be FeaturedAt actually the scores came
on miscues with a blocked Team Finishes
i on the bounce and raced 70yaI'ds remaining the !game.
when
halfback Alvers
J Orange Park's Freddie Solomon drag Tornado quarterback Billy Beloto >nut took a pitch from Gary quarterback untouched to the Raider The Tornadoes took the en- [ Teen Dance punt resulting In a Rawer

of hounds. In first |period action In the Raiders! 19-12 win. Off his normal endaone. suing kickoff on their own 26 score, with Freddie Solomon High hopes held for
pace Mickey Brokas and then fireda are
The teen dance scoring the six .
this pointer.A
week
Brlote completed only five of 20 paste' for 113 yards In the game The Tornado 42-yard bomb to end Arnold BID Adams' kick: for the 'and Belote began trying for Bradford High's fledglingcross '
sponsored by the Starke Recreation Mickey Brokas to
running gauze netted only 38 yards. and three first clowns. Braden who was wide open on extra point was blocked, and. the bomb that would) pull Department, will feature -- Arnold Braden for 41 pass yards country team, composedof ;

, the play. Wayne. Sweat kicked the score stood Orange Park things out. He domed near The New Sounds The provided the second and a 63 Junior high; students! and
BHS did It too. On thirdandfourteen -
13, 12. a two senior high boys which
'the extra point and! the Raid- dance will begin immediatelyafter bad Starke snap created the *
situation he hit
More ,
Punting ProblemsIn
< closed last
Its 19S7
ers took a 13-6 lead. the third! when Lance Lawton season
the final OrteKs near mid-field and the Tornado-Bishop
period OrangePark
Cohen May See Action Famine< Ineffective put together what. looked ace Tornado receiver raced to Kenny !game and. ., end at mid- scooped up the ball and step- Saturday.One senior. high runner sophomore -
Both. team the
spent remainder night. ped Into the endzone.
like the Raider four line '
a sure scoring drive, as yard before ', Ricky Prick, placed
of the first half
Admission Is $1.25 and open ) Starke touchdowns '
they marched the ball from being pulled down. came an
fifth In the district meet to
.chucking lone bombs back ''their own 20 to the BK3 10 In From there, (fou "'straight only to students of Brad- a Billy Belote pass to Ronnie qualify for: the state where he
and forth moot of which ford
But Outi r'I County Schools, grades Ortega for 40 yards followedby
Friday Gnann
Just 7 .
qulcfeplays, -mostly on /
pass attempts for the score placed 47th with a time of
/were too low too high. Intercepted the 9-12. No one will be admitted a J. Roy Ghasteen 23 yard
running of Alvers and ailed,
and the
1 Raiders took 11:47: minutes over the two-
., or Just plain droppedby In the dance after 11 p. m. run into the endzone andtheil'
the Intended receivers. halfback Ken Taylor, But a Over-- to-- -kill-- the remaining mile course In a field of 97.
i There is a good possibilitythat where ends were extremely Inexperienced was first Injured. Such the In the short sideline pass by Brokas :minute of the contest. ---- second) score came on a The young team "shows real
pattern
was b'Irl'1'r10I'a' N"1'1' fumble as Orange Park threa-
mlddleguard Willie Co- this year. Bue her) Even with Cohen back theTorna.does was picked off by Tornado The promise and had real fine ex-
victory
passing for most of the evening netted the Raiders NOTK'ld!] IS:: HIORKHV'' / lIVEN tened and Plen Onann
''hen will play against Bishop I broke his leg and missed sev-I will be operating Both teams passed a flanker John Warren at tte 12 a 6-4-1 record for a season that the umlomlMrned, dealrlnif pickedup perience" In the seven meets!
r Kenny but Bradford's Big Red eral to stop the drive to engage In buHlnciNN under. tho the loose ball and, ran 80
games before coming I minus eight varsity players combined total of 30 times, which saw them play extreme fl.'im.HiH. name of "UI O KAHN yards for the score. In which they participatedthis
has lost veteran end Plenl ,back for the Lake Ctty and I Robbie Smith, Jim Smuford.! and' completed only 10, for a Th Tornadoes might have ly well at tJmes'and badly at, Fll:( ( HANI.'II" off tho JfrownlneKind. season, according to
J Gnann for the season's final I I'I Orange!! Park games. Onann'sl Allen Crawford Steve Crawford 27 cent completion avers been better off letting the others. They defeated a tough sturko, Florida Intend toregietur Bolles ended their season Coach George{ Toper, who will
.
', game.. I ability, especially on defense, Dennis, Bill Adtuns: and' .per Raiders keep the ball. They Tallahassee Rlckards squad! I'lerk at the I II lie, .mid Uln-iilt nutna" Court with the of 'with a 5-5 record by beating .also coach the track team.

Cohen a 170 pound Junior.' .has been highly touted by Onann. Adams has suited up In third quarter BUS converted were pushed) back from the 12 13-13, for example, and were' Bradford County Florida., Bernard non-conference Macclenny 19- The two senior high boys.
sustained a bad break. in aj:, BHS coaches for the last two games but only the Raider's' big boo- to the 8-yard' line In three then tied 7-7 the following Kinunuftl. and Wilma W.Knmnual. 7, after losing the first four :Frick and freshman :Marsh-
I little finger In the Palatka i He is being benched again to kick extra points. plays, and were forced to punt 'week by conference cellar- 11/10 4Uh" 12/7 starts of the campaign. The man Reddish, were the only

came and dootors have refused because of the leg, which he Captain Andy Mayton has Milldogs dominated. the game members of the team eligible

to allow him to play the reinsured but did not break. It ben playing most of the season 21-7 and ended a 31 game to qua 11f 1 y .f or th e DUA_'A'A. But

past two games. But If he's was feared that continued badly handicapped by-inJuries streak with out a loss Mayton Action several of the seventh and

I .back this Friday It will meana contact on the leg, still not to his arm, shoulder, had never played on a losing Begins Dec. 9 eighth graders placed in regular -

big lift to the middle of the healed would cause perman- knee, ankle, and back, but the Tornado football team. season meets.

Tornado forewall since Cohen ent damage. "He was a real all-state prospect will be play- During the half against Each morning for several

/was rapidly developing Into a help while he was back In Ing in the final game of his Lake City with the Tornadoes months 15 or 20 Junior high

tough middJeffuard., there,' Coach David Hurse high school career :Friday behind 47-0. the Tornado cap Prospects Bright For 67 BHS CagersIt'll boys could be seen at the BHS

The Junior Is extremely said.Junior night tain spent the time exhorting field running! between 7 and

quick and hard to move from Tex Patrick 180 "He's played with pam all his teammates to "stand up 8 a. m. Some would work out

his spot. He gets In on tack- pound fullback and linebacker year, but he's done a real fin and be proud' and to "go back be round ball time, at again during their athletic

les all over the field. His ratIng to start. the season, will fill in Job for us," Coaoh Hume says. out there/ and hit somebody Bradford High! before long period and would average

on the tackle was steadily I at Onann's defensive end post. He terms Mayton one of the Mayton, tackle Charles Coach Warney Adklnaon and t tr running! around four miles per

climbing as he !gained exper Patrick played there when ''best football players he's ever Smith, and end Onann were his 13 basketballers! Into at daY Coach Loper says.A .

ience.Gnann.. I Onann was out before. Junior coached: and one of the top cited. by Coach Hares for outstanding action against Bolles here Top Ten list was compiled

a senior, has been a I Donnie Elder has been playIng players in the state. Until perfomances against Saturday night. Dec. 9. after. each meet by Coach

stalwart on the Tornado line, offensive end since Gnann Bolles dumped the Tornadoes Orange Park. The Tornado Just two lottermen, seniors Loper and then averaged At

----- mentor also complimented : Paul McLeod and Bruce Jack- the end of the season to get
quarterback Billy Beiote for son, return from COach Ad- the Top Ten performers for

"a real fine Job defensively" kinson's 1966 Big Red five the season. The boys ran In

I Belote plays cornerback on de- which compiled a fine 23-7 i meets on the !basis of where
ft Later Than You Think! fense. recodd and lost only one game I they had placed in the Top

Probably offensive starters at home, by two points 50-48. Ten the week before. If a man'

for the Tornadoes against to Class B State Champion beat out a teammate ahead.

Bishop Kenny's Crusaders will I'I Macclenny.( of him he would run for

be Ronnie Origgs! and Donnle'Elder Other seniors on the current points in the next meet, thus

eMs; Charles Smith squad are Richard Williams, giving the runners an incentive

and. Andy Mayton tackles; Dan Qrlffls, Randy Jones, to improve. "-

Ralph] Morgan and Tommy}I William Scogglns. Harold Members of the Top Ten for

Mail or Willie Cohen guards;.I Chandler, and Larry Mercer. the season are, : 1 William
and Bill Buby, center. There are four Juniors-
Belote, of course, will be atquarterback I key Moore, Ronald. Dell, Ad- 'I'Y V'V'k 11:09: ; Mcrshman Reddish.

; Patrick at full rian Brown and Leonard ) 9. 11:17: : 3-Keith Thomas 8.

back John Warren at flanker,, Cumnlngs and a single sophomore l ce1 11:41: ; 4 Ricky Frick: 10.

and J. Roy Chasteen at running David McKnight. 11143, : 5-Leonard Oarrett; 7.
j jk back.Tornado. Chandler, Brown, Ciunxnlngs 11:69: ; 6Bernard Brown. 8."

coaches are undergoing and Dell are. transfers from 12:03: : 7loi.a.thanle1 Thomp

a siege of the virus,, RJE. I son. 7. 12:19: : 8-Steve Strick

Coach Chuck Mason was 111 Both seasons Coach Adkln land, 7, 12:28: ; 9-George Bar.,

Sunday, and Coaches Tony son has at BHS his teams ton 8. 12:3: : and -Jtmmy:

Griffith and Mike Sexton were !have gone' down in the final, Andrews, 3. 12:58: .

In bed Monday. seconds of the Regional Play-1' 1 ,
Flanker John Warren and airs Last year they lost to'''
'' !. Th. Couatr ..ad..'. Core
end Tim Murphy were listed powerful Crestview 43-37 In1anovertlme t r j" ; 4 av' In And For Ilraillord Comntv,

absent from school (Monday. and In 1965 they FloridaIn
and Coach Hurse was afraid 'went down in the final 39 Y H._! E.tnt of C.__ B. Bo -
.Ab.v ar, _1 nn ,nave __ Chart.e
the bug was spreading to the seconds of regular play. D.ceee.d.FINAL. .
D. Bood.ck.r.
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team. Last' year's squad had an Basketball In In the air again at Dnulford High JM Conch Warney Adklnwm' NOTICE

The Tornadoes will be listed 18-3 regular season, beating prepare hi* 1867 co the undftrnlffned on
as underdogs against the cru- every team on the schedule. Adklnnon hm (tome new prospects. which he prixllvt, will give local banketlmll' oC September 1987. Had .a

',. saders. But unless they win except Macclenny, at least taBs something to watch. final acanuntlnff In the Etotat
,
j Start saving with us the game they will end fche once. That Included Class-AA of. C.Charles B. llo..ck..r..E. Bo alao d>cfc..knowna. r, d.-
systematically, !! 1967 season with the worst Ocala who beat the Tornadoes last year for most assists with 1 "There's two," Coach Ad-I here" the conch says. Mc ...".8d, and notice la further

record In 20 years when the 52-48 In the first meeting' but 104 as well as for the best klnson will say when Brown Knight! Is a front man and risen that after publication. of
each week for
this notice
BHS grid squad had a 3-7 the Biff Red downed Ocala free shot percentage, 66 per shoots from the top of the anther fine ball handler who] four oonaaeutlve one weeka, application -

record. 51-37 In the return match. cent.Big key-and sure enough, the ball can also shoot. wUl be made to the

The Tornadoes are also In Coach. Adklnnon is not lamenting Bruce Jackson at 8-7 Is "will pop In. Adrian la the Senior Larry' Mercer out for Honorable Jurive The.o".A.of Bradford Yawir.County .]

FLORIDA danger of basking one record the lack of experIence coming along as! he gain ex- younger. brother of former basketball for the first time, County, Florida, for the approval -
I this season the '47 squad of this squad however. perience. After a year's. practice BUS grid and cage star Larry is still recuperating from a of laid anoountln and forthe
final alacharwe of the
an-
Instead the veteran cage his moves and shootingare Brown, now at Kansas. broken collar sustainedin
be bone
permitted 192 points to deralcntid .. Administratrix'ofMid .
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coach has
V high for much improved.Two .
hopes
: scored on them and the 67 Chandler Is a six-foot side the Palatka fooball game. metat.
.u l .rB'AN.K': : A'I.. .'ST" ltR'IE.1 (; squad has permitted exactly 1967-68. RJB' transfers are good man who averaged! 26 pointsat He is another fine prospect, A. Administratrix Clara C. Caret of. the Batata

I that number to be scored on The team will be led by enough to draw sly grins! RJE last year. "He knows although he has never played of C. El. Baedecker also known

.- them In Its drat nine games. Paul McLeod who scored 319 from Coach Adkinson. Junior 'what to do with that basket- varsity basketball. a. Charles S3. Boedecker. de

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. points )Jut year for a 106averaa'e. Adrian Brown Is a real ball ball, Adkinson says. iMercer Impressed coaches] ceased. 11/i 4t ttvai

But Paul's big talent handler and probably has one Sophomore David McKnight. last year' playing In the city
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Grout Adjustable Vinyl Book Sa i that he's a real team player front spot nailed down. He Is up from the B-team. Is a real Recreation Department league Adjustable Vinyl Boos

','I at Coven.The All sizes 30 cent ea-' ; he won the team. trophy 1 a. deadly; shot too. especially fine prospect too. "He's gonna Coven All Shea 30 ecat& ea.
Telegraph.
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I KEYSTONE HILITES I Indians Lose 35-6 To Hawthorne, I I'-I';; ; ,,,S,' : In Keystone Election I



By Jim Fox ,.' Closing Season \With 4-6 Record I ''F. _

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I llawthornes 35-6 upset victory and ran 26 yards Into the end
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WOMAN'S: CLUB cottage on Lake Geneva while e 4 I over Keystone left the zone for the night's second

The next meeting1 of the I Visiting friends hero recently.Mr. e -S S4 Indians with a 4-8 season.Hawthorne. score. Pollard ran It over tort ,
Keystone Heights Woman's and !Mrs. Edmund Dwyer despite a weak 1e extra poInt For AssessorOr
dub will '''be held on Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ot 'lng- S schedule, had shown little The Indians picked up two

Nov 28 at the educational er, Mrs. Stan LoCoste, and ( promise of being able to man- back to back 15 yard penalties -
building of the Community Mrs. Henry Schuber attended handle:: the Indians on their I allowing\ the Hornets to
Church. the organ concert at the JHillis !! home field but In the early kl.ck'trom the Indian 30. The ;
This ''Will) be the regular cov Miller Auditorium in minutes of the game they left,; Indians were unable to field CollectorTwo

ered-dish luncheon meeting. Gainesville last Thursday no doubts that they had come this punt anut. Hawthorne recovered -
Dinner will be served at 12:30: night. to play football. on the 21. Five plays

followed 'by a presentation on Brig. General N. W. Gable "., Taking the Initial kickoff on later Surreney carried over,
"Law Enforcement." The fea- and Mrs. Gable, of St. Petersburg the 15 yard line they ran the from the six inch line and' offices are going begging in the upcoming
tured speaker will be J. C. were recent guest of ball out to the 45. Hindered Pollard. ran the point. The'I Heights.
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in Keystone
election
Hunaickle Chief of Police for Mrs. Gable's sister, Mrs. R. by two 5 yard penalties they half ended with the Indians December 5
Falatka.UlIOJCATE. K. Lambing, and Mr. Lambing were unable to pick up a first trailing 20-0. Harold SnellenIs For the first time at least within memorythe

; BRIItOH CLUB on Lake Brooklyn. Mian Anna 4-H Club Award Winners I down and had to punt. The Indians started the sec- posts of City Tax Assessor, and City Tax Col-

Winner of the Keystone Castles of Atlanta, Ga. is also Aggressive punt coverage'I ondiialf! strong as Homer ran Tapped For. nILU,_::_..__ IlttVC_.._ _J1U_ .taA._','_'''_''.

Duplicate Bridge on Thursday visiting the Lambing I Pictured above are three area receiving awards were: paid off as the Hornets recov- the KO back 24' yards to the Blue Key Honors Incumbents Julius O. Han- ment on his reasons for not
evening Nov. 16, were as follows Speclallst-5 and. Mrs. David members/ from the Keystone John McOraUi and Scott Lamalle -- ered the Keystone rumble on 29. This was followed by Mur- Hanson [assessor, and Kitty seeking re-election to the as

: First place with 04-1/3 Sunderland are spending the: Heights area who were presented Safety; Connie Mask, the 11. Lady Luck completely! rree picking up a first down Harold O. Snellen a graduate McQlave [collector I "did not sessor's post which pays an
points, Mrs. F. Boyd and (Mr3. Thanksgiving holidays /with I awards at the Seventh, Clothing\ ; and Scott Lamalle deserted the Hornets as two with a 12 yandi run. The fans' of Keystone Heights High I choose": to seek rejection to annual salary: of 200. He
D. :Mcdulre; second place with Joyce's grandparents Mr. and Annual 4-H Club Awards Achievement. touchdown runs were called hopes died as the Indians offense School has been tapped by the, their posts. Deadline for' qual- added, however that Mrs.
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60 points (tie), Mrs. F.' Cantr Mrs. J. T. Phillips, and David's' Banquet In Green Cove I Theme for the banquet was back by penalties and a fumble again bogged down and Blue Key National Honor ifying was last Thursday McQJave! had been "getting<
ll and :Mr*. 'Arnold Larsen, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard I Springs! Thursday night Nov. "Youth Building A Stronger was recovered by Malcolm. ; Hawthorne again: blocked and Fraternity at Carson/-Newman I night. less' than five cents an hour'

and Mr. and \'frs. Raymond Sundorland. 9. From" left: Sonya Pay ton. America. Jesse P. Tynes Clay' Johnston. Possession by the I recovered the punt. Hawthorne College, Jefferson City, Tenn. City Attorney Berwick An- based on the amount of time
Starnes; and third place with Julie Redfearn daughter of Clothing. ; Edwin Baker. Beet County Superintendent of Indiana was short lived as took over on the Indians He is the son of Mr. and I derson expressed doubt Saturday Involved In her duties.
l 66 points, :Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red- Cattle; and Cheryl Tomes Schools, was the featured they held on to the ball for 39 and moved down to the Mrs. Tom Crutchfield of, as to Just what course Four For Council

Tolles. fearn Jr., accompanied her Child Development, and Ach- speaker, and Rev. Warren only 5 plays on this series be- two yard line where Harris Brooklyn Lake and ia a seniorat should! be .taken under this Four petitions from council:
The Duplicate Bridge Club, aunt. Miss Margaret Webb of levetnent Wa. son gave the invocation.. fore having to punt. This also carried over for their ftouohdown. Carson-Newman unexpected turn of events. candidates were accepted
sponsored by the Keystone Wo- Jacksonville, to Haines City Others from the Keystoneof turned out to be Keystone'sonly Pollard: ran the Anderson who was out of when the Council met Thursday -
man's Club, meets every 'where they were weekend possession in the first extra point.Keystone's. (his office "with a bad cold" nlgiht. With three seats
Thursday evening at the Masonic guests of Miss Webb's' brother- Quarter which ended scoreless lone 'touchdown Garden Club when Questioned by The Telegraph /to be filled the field Includes:

Hall. Play begins at 7:30 in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. charge. in-law and daughter Mr. and with the Hornets threatening. came when Turner Intercepteda Of The Lakes last Friday said "I Roy Waitklna. incumbent. ;
sharp. Playing Is not limited to John Olson. The purpose of the hand Mrs. William Duncan.Mr. with 4th and one on the In pass on the 40 and ran It to can't say right off, Just'what James Cook, former tax Assessor
club members all interested Jack Bush, of Green Cove book Is to familiarize both the and Mrs. W. J. GroUch dians' 11. I the one yard line then carried!j Plans Xmas SaleThe will happen. My guess is that ; Ray Winans. ,, comptroller -

in duplicate bridge are Invitedto Springs, la spending tne week students and parents with the /spent Sunday In Ja-ck onvllle. The Hornets started the over on a line plunge. The the Council would have auth- for a. Gainesville. electrical -
participate. with his aunt and uncle Mr. operation and policies of the Mr. and Mra. Clyde Wesley second quarter with an 11 kick for extra point was Garden Club of the ority to appoint someone to firm! ; and Huntley Red-
BETA CLUB SPONSORS and Mrs. Ernie Tomes of Lake 'school system. The handbook of Gainesville spent Sunday yard sprint Into the end ZOne, blocked Lakes met at 10 am. Thurs- fill these offices but there is fearn, Ja:... Insurance! sales
DANNY THOMAS DRIVE Geneva, while his mother is I points out that the rules and visiting their son Cheater, but were unable to completethe Hawthorne picked up two day, Nov. 16, at Faith Presbyterian no assurance the persons appointed man. '
The Keystone Heights High hospitalized.Mr. I regulaUona of Keystone's Wesley. pass try for extra point. more points with a safety and Church. Moat? of the would serve." It would Incumbent Mayor Ray Star

School Beta ClUb is sponsorIng and Mrs. Gordon Boi- school are made for the stu.i .- Duplicate Bridge I Koystone was unable to move 6 more by a 44 yard run byPOlLard. day was spent making items I II also be possible to fill the nes qualified for re-election
the "Danny Thomas TeenMarch" court, of Richmond, Ind., are i dent's safety welfare and con.venlence. Winers for the Duplicate the ball after. receiving the for the Garden Club Christmas I posts by write-ins on December and Is unopposed.
In the Keystone the mud narenta of a son. _R"I"O'A"W "_' "h_ 6V., ""' _u" '.7 '"w'1''DPA' I kickoff and punted to the Hawthorne Keystone Sale, which .win be held December 5, but here again there is .___
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Heights area on December Terry James, born Tuesday; Special features Include: the Mrs. Robert Clare and Mrs. Hawthorne 30. Hawthorne'sdrive 10 1st downs 2 7-8 at Davis Cleaners 1 no guarantee the ones elected MURRHEE
2-4. This year Danny Thomas Nov. 14, at Reed Memorial student council's philosophy of F. T. Hogue lit place: Mrs. was broken up by Hin- 144 yds. rushing 43 in Keystone Heights. would serve.Anderson .
is sponsoring a drive to raise Hospital. !Maternal grandparents education, a roster of the faculty Evelyn Penningroth and :Mrs.J. ck'a pass interception but the I |15-1/1-0/ PC-PA-PI 0-2-2 During the business session, said he would Insurance Agency

funds for children sufferingfrom are Mr. and Mrs. James and school board mem- P. Yore 2nd piace: Mrs. B. Indiana: were again forced to I 1 Fumbles. lost 3 Mrs. Lena Clemens and Mrs.; start researching the matter Richard :Mnrrhee. Alt-

the dreaded disease, lu. Stiffel, of Upper Sandusky bers, a school calendard for A. Allen and Mra. J. P. Foster, punt. The Indians remarkable I'60 yds. Penalzied 98 J. Miller Wrinkle, sponsors of: when he was able to returnto General Insurance:
emia. Ohio. Paternal grandparents atheletlc and academic events 3rd place; Mrs. Gladys Van success this season in the punt Score by Quarters: the High School Gardeners, reported his office.In Fire Casualty Maria
Please give generously whena are Mr. and Mra. James Bol- rules and regulations for almost Netta and Mrs. Gladys Wilson department was marred when Keystone 008 0-6 that members have been discussing her derision Auto Bonds

Beta Club representative court of Keystone Heights. every conceivable situation 4th place. Carwell. took a blocked punt Hawthorne' 0 20 7 835 making dried arrangements. not to seek re-election.\ :Mrs. Height 4T8-4TM
to home. Tour the .Winners for the 14th wer: S Mrs. J. A. Williams, chairman Keystone
comes your Congratulations are extendedto I a resume on pur- IMcOlave said she had no
donations will assist the medi- the family.; poses and activities of all Mrs. Robert Clare and Mrs. of horticulture, gave an In- complaints, ". since I asked
cal profession in the prevention clubs. a code of honor, and F. T. Hogue lat place; Mr. tnlnatinig Chairman. presented formative talk on fertilizingornamenals ( for the office.! She added.
more_ __ more _. more '
and cure of this disease. suggestions to students for R. P. Goodloe and Mrs. E. B. NEWS the slate of officers for and bulb planting however. that ,the tax roll had SCHEDULEOF I
(W. were to learn that NOTES '
FELLOWSHIP CLUB sorry efficient habits. A. 10S8. which unanimously.! Sandtwches were shared. toy
Bill Slmeral'a fattier, William more study GOBS, 2nd place; Mrs. B. was Increased about 20 per cent In SERVICES
The regular luncheon meet !Student council officers who Allen and Mrs. J. P. Foster Of Helen accepted. President [Incum- the members', and dessert was the last two years and that.
S. Slmeral of Turlock, Calif, Egan
ing of the Fellowship Club was Mr. and worked diligently to make certain 3rd place; Mrs. Mary Cook bent 1 Mrs. Mildred Payton: served Try the hostesSeS, Mr. the duties of the office had
held at. the Malsondc :Hall) recently passed away. that? the project was completed and Mrs. Emery Cooper, 4th Vice President, Mrs. Hazel Florence Benchoff Mrs. Fred increased to the point where PARK
Mrs. Slmeral wish to thank
Thursday afternoon, Nov. 16 their friends for the were! Jimmy Wl1dt.i place I IN APPRECIATION Davis; Sec'y-Treos., Mrs. EmIly Hagen and Mrs. Fred Abell. the $.atHI..nnoual salary did of-the
with 43 members .and guests many i president; Leon Trlest, Vice PTA Meeting Miss Ison reserving' the treaeureship not adequately compensate for
and Marilyn! and
card, flowers prayers, Bridges "
Peggy Voyles secretary The IWelrose PTA will hold for Mrs. Ida Gentry, PALMSSUNDAYS
present. president;
,
time involved.
which they received during Mrs Don Morgan\. general! and Mrs. Herbert Deer and ... .
Following luncheon- the ; and Jane McCullough. Its meet'mg Charter member, until able to JIll h
regular Monday. chairmen She their recent loss. : of the community. son,, Even of Mershon, Ga.,
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members enjoyed. a group treasurer. ,Both these officer Nov. 27, at the school. Tom church resume her office, and Council starke public bookkeeper whois
Bazaar, were honored spent the weekend with Mr.
singing, and Mrs. Ethel Wey- of Mr.Lake and Mrs. :Bill Simeral.four and the officers and workersof Perry, fire chief of Palatka at a Coffee. Hour, given by Delegate, Mrs. Geneva and Mrs. E. W Revels. Mrs.. now auditing the City; of 11:00 AJVI. ':30 P oM.
man gave a reading on the Brooklyn, spent the FTA are to be congratulated will be the guest speaker. He Mrs. Charles Wa1Jon.us..end-! Chab. Strickland is Mrs. Bevels' sis. Keystone as saying that' the THURSDAYS
meaning and importance of days in Orlando attending the for their fine publication I will talk about fires and the Mrs.: R. A. Gaunt at Mrs. :MI'S. Ttevls. Safety; Chairman ter. collector's office should pay at -

the American flag. The Boy wedding of Robert McClin- of this years student hand best ways to put them out. WaHenhts' lakefront home on gave a report on the (Mrs. Jewell Rose and Mr.. least (1,000 per yea based; on 7:30: P.M.\
tock HI November 11.
Scouts of Keystone Heights on book. There will also be a business BeUolre\ Poinit, on November Safety Seminar held at the and Mrs. Lowery were down the amount; of work Involved. FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
under the leadership and direction Robert who has been a frequent Before I bring this week' .
meeting.'oman's 21. County Council Office In last weekend cleaning up Hanson declined to com- TEACHING
of Mrs. Steve !Moore, visitor at the Slmeral column to end I like
would Green Cove
an ,
\ Miss on November 30.
\ |Club Bridges and Mrs. Morgan around Mrs. Rose's lake place
presented an impressive pro- I I friend home in of Keystone the has been a to take this opportunity to Mrs. R. P. Vogh of Melrose expressed hi person their Several others who attended Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter MIss Betty Walte of Lakeland, AH 9-JM Ices Held In The
gram, "Our American Heri family fatmany wish all of our readers a most the gratitude to their added to the discussion New Bible Center
was guest speaker at regular Invited spent Friday and Saturdaywith spent two days with Mr. and
tage." years. enjoyable and rewarding sami-montSUy meeting of guests for the splendid cooperation The Annual Clay County their daughter and! family -M.'-.. '11'..."i iIrnl'_ -h.C. ..._Ir
A snort\ business meetingwas Please remember to attend Thanksgiving celebration the Melrose Woman's Club. their Interest and Homemakers Council Bazaar Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish My father, James: Grandpa -..-
conducted at which time Bingo every Friday eveningat When you live in a nice community She talked about her work their service of loyalty to the will be held on December 2, of Starke. The Carpenters Chitty and A. B. Howard of
officers for the new year were 7:30: in the recreation hall such as Keystone with the Office of Economic Cormrminltiy Church. from. 1pm. with a chicken are expecting :Mr. and Starke went fishing and oys-
elected as follows. : Mrs. Ethel of St. William' Catholic Heights, you certainly can !be The barbecue dinner at 5 to 8 at Mrs. David ,
Opportunity in Pal atka. and guests were Mrs. A. C.Holt Reid and family of terlng Saturday, at Cedar Key. KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
Weyman, president; Tom Nor Church. Proceeds from the THANKFUL! Be sure to send Mrs. Leon $1.25 for adults. 750 for -
told of the work being done F. Milner : children Jacksonville. and the Dolph They ploked up four bushelsof
wood, vice-president: Mrs.l4artha activities will be used for tilechurch's cards to the servicemen. both .._ ..._ _..__ .... ..._ :
..w ."..,1'k' ...'" 1"'uo "''J w,'" .flWfl..,.,."'. ire. nay rincwra, Mrs jonn under 12. Place\ is Council Reddish family of Starke. to oysters, and bought 100
Beam, second vice- building fund. No one In our country and overseas.. Mrs. F. W Cooper of West- Bird Mrs. J. A. Williams. Mrs. Building, Gieen Cove spend Thanksgiving with pounds of mullet for themselves -
president: Mrs. J. O. Hanson, has been. lucky enough to win so that they can be thankful field N. J. presented the Wo Thomas Norwood, Mrs. Walter Springs. Tickets are available them. and friends. "Mighty -

secretary: and Mrs. Nettle the Jack-pot, so maybe you that they have friends In. Key man's Club with a check to Grollck, Mrs. Sara McDonald from Mrs. Payton. This is the Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kite Jr. good eatln",
Smith. treasurer. can this Friday evening! stone Heights who have remembered continue the Leigh Pearsall I Mra Al Lagas6e Mrs James only money raising event of have been fishing\ along with Len and Linda. Swearingen

The Club presented Mrs. SCHOOL II YNDBOOKIS them. Scholarship which was started Cook. Mrs. Roy Turknett, Mrs. the Council, as local clubs moat everyone else and catching and daughter Tammy Lynn

Arnold Larsen with a special PUBLISHED several years ago by; Mrs.: Nettle 'Stlfcohberry. Mra. William have no dues. Mrs Agnes Cue- some nice\ specs. They were weekend guests of his
gift to show appreciation for The Keystone Heights High! fTTTTTTTTTT rTTTTTTWVtMELROSE Martha MacKeachie.It I Warren, Mrs. Richard ndet will collect pies and were dinner guests of Mr. and parents Fred and Vera SWear- MELROSE

her kindness and assistance School Student Handbook, was decided that this Sunderland Mrs. George :Mas- oakes for the dinner at 9 a. In. Mrs. B. H. Davis in Gainesville ingen. Fred and Al Van Netta
when the club held two cook- which was initiated by the scholarship as well as the one sa, Mi l's. John A. Rufflnl, Mrs. ; at Mallard's. Store. Keystone' Saturday night. Mr. and attended, the FlorWn-Kentuc-
outs at her trailer court during Keystone Heights PTA and given by the Woman's Club William\ Reynolds. Mrs. Francis Members are making individual Mrs.! W. E. Kite Sr. were also ky ball game in Gainesville,

the summer. compiled 'by officers of the By Joyce Rowe would 'be awarded to Miss P., Egan, Mrs. Myron Pre- articles for the Bazaar. ,guests. Saturday. BUSINESSflIRFfTAP'V
The next? luncheon meetingwill school's student council, was Carolyn Tison to help with her vatt, Jr.. Miss Emily Etson, Please price .same. Mrs. Clarence Walker and (Continued on next PaelNOTICE ]

be held Thursday, Dec. 14. mailed to the parents and students ... ." A J nurses training at Alachua Mrs. ,Bessie Ray; Bowen Mrs. CHRISTMAS PARTY
with a program presented by last week. Baacom Mlzell, Mrs. Marshall LUNCHEON I
General
the appointed committee. This President Georgia Murrhee BM3 Walter Wilson, Jr. has Hospital.Hostesses Gallop, Mrs. Frank Ilgen, Mrs. Hostesses for the Christmas /I .. .. .

will be the club's Christmas said that the cost of printingand returned from a year's servicein for the meetingwere Miller" Wrinkle Mrs. Arthur luncheon will be Mrs. Ruby!
party. mailing was assumed by Vietnam, where he served Mrs. Ed Longnecker Mrs. Ketch, Mrs. Herman Sdhroe-\ Coppock and Mrs. Emily Ison. I
HERE N' THERE the PTA. This Is the first time with the River Assault Squadron W. J. Grollck, and Mlsa Bessie tier Mrs. Jack: Haberstroh. The date ts December 13th. at : BEAUTY SHOPS

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morgan that any school in the county 9 In the Me Kong Delta. RutSverford. Mrs. i Bernard Slocomb. Mrs. day. Electric at 10 a. m. Gift.8''

and family of Hinesvtlle, has compiled and mailed a He will be here 30 days before Richard Lovorn Mrs. E A. exchanged. Mrs. Payton and I I .
Go. occupied the R. L. Dodge handbook to the parents, freeS reporting' to Penaacola, where Rushton, Mrs. Aughtry Vance, Mrs. Eison were hostesses and'
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he will be stationed. ",_-JC1 -... Mrs Henrv MI"IrI.. 'M'ra_ served refeanmenta KEYSTONEBEAUTY i
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mm I Gus Alderman has been 1--- McOlave [Nursery, new luncheon cloth purchasedby I THE SHOP I
'I transferred to Riverside Hospital James Clare Mrs. Charles Mrs. Hazel Davis.
after upending: a weekin Newman, Mrs. Bert Chrlator- Edith Jobesos
the Bradford County Hos fore Mrs. Bert Ghrtataffers, ..YYYYYYYVYYYYY.TYTYY9 0-
pital. He is in room 35 and St. William's Sunday Mrs. :William Beam. Sr., and Parana
is doing as well as can 'be ex Mass. 9 am Wednesday Mass Mra. Albert Baohmann.. A Creative
and Novena 7 INDIAN BEACHLake Dairy DasherIN Hair 8ty11l1a'IAdIYIIIa
pected. p.m. The*e guests were chairmanof l
: Mrs. Ellen Tyler has moved committees or co-cffialrman Overy Beauty panJ'orm
from Melrose to O'Neal Mobile Community Church Rev.Leon also special workers at the ( taiU Fe) of Beauty Culture
Home Court in Gainesville. F. Milner, minister. Mrs. weekly; shop who contributed By) MlckMl B.' Chltty. ,I Open. Toe*.-Sat. e-6:

Miss Cheryl Louise Hall and George Canova. organist Mrs. so much of fellowship! and togetherness J>1a. 475-2171 I IN I Closed Monday

Jerry Weatherington of William Warren Secretary. In working 'wttH Ii
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Gainesville were married in her Sunday:: School, 9:40: a. m. the Bazaar. &6a. & i CONCRETE F _

home on November 11. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. HOMEMAKERS CLUB Oreetincs friendly!( "Oob-1 HEIGHTSIS _

!Mrs. Grant Rothhammer and Nursery at 11 a. m. service The Keystone Heights Club ,blereaters', this is your rolling, Hawthorne Concrete

Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe spent Satur- only. met a>t Clay Electric Hall on reporter wtth not miton to say! NOW & ]
day in Gainesville. Presbyterian November 10 with 19 members! this week. So her.'. LeeoD'OOPS' -.' Supply, Inc.

Friends of Mrs. F. W. Cooper Faith and the county Extension ", sorry' 'bout that! REDI
I will be Presbyterian Church Agent. Mrs. Margaet Nelson, Its short this MIX
happy to know that week, but not
-Rer. J. R. ,
Neal. Jr.
min i
S"- I she is In Melrose for a short attending. that short. since the Tete- CONCRETE
-- 4iiia;; -4. visit. She fo ister. Mra. W. A. Wallace orgranlat (Mr: Grace VanabuaWMe. No- graph RW '. 20
;;;: plans return to WM early this week, I I ) W. Hawthorn
her home in Westfield N. J. summer: organist.Sunday Mr Carl Swisher, had to have my new in byi I 0lE.N! '4I-292: 2031

Have Enough Gift in. early. December. Lutherm Monday morning. So I don'tnave .
Money In Time ..-- .......--- SchooL 9:48: .m. NunSERY
.wrB. w iiAiiuii uuncoin. owner as muort news aa I usually
To Take I of Nell's I Morning WorshiP. 11 a.m Lutheran Church of Key do. It I
Advantage Of Best Se- Style Shop attended stone Heights Just dJdn't.n O.C.
Sunday (Nursery bothItouss. ; Vicar P.iob.ardM.y.r Games
open to Nursery
lections the Style Show In Jacksonville right get up Monday morn r
minister.Dlvln .
November 12 at the Rob- ) ing and not do news.- Hlwmy 100, PlorahooM _
ert Meyer Hotel. The I *- worship, eondsy 11 M Mllaa 8B of .
GIVe friends distinguished -Kplrtcopal Thursday night my mother, Stark*
: your and loved ones gifts that express < HOURS Nursery _
artist Zack Roberts St. Anne's William a.in Hdly Cbirununfoh Jn Cricket my: Grandmother I Stock Thousand
: your regard! You will have a Merrier waa featured. MM. Rev. I Sunday of macb " Duncan I. Jones, Vicar. month. Copetend and I Ate supper I Fruit Tr- to r
Christmas making them really happy. learned many new hair styles Service held each Sundayat with my aunt and uncle Mr. : Sunday Wednesday choose front Nics Shade Trees
Morning &
'If you're short of cash this season and who She was also lucky enough to 2nd and Prayer 4th and Sermon St. AniM'i BnUcopa) ) .ftdf Mrsv Roy CrensRatr. and' Thursday Evergreens fcandwempe

,lan't Let's talk it over. win one of three prizes anelecl"rlc V: a.m. Sundays:3O CT.uroh. blender. The how was (nursery open.) Fist I Orundmothw. Copehina) Mrs.Orenanaw 9:00 P.M I Plant anytime* c.-n. A
for operators in the Jacksonville Holy Eucharist and sermon I and daughter. uaJ....
COME J IN (:ET ACtlUAINTEIJ let and 3rd Sundays, t:3O: Peggy Let -
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area. na. -Saint'Ut : Harsey attended a Bridal, Friday -11:00 u do your '.immtat.ttng
(nursery open. Church Nervh-es Shower In WU A.M.to 11:00: P.M. >p......
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Virgie Rowe and son. Danny School : SundayII 9tft.( It was tn I t- ia5 '
KEYSTONE STATE BANK and frank Welland of Wll- 9:30: a.m. "Holy Eucharist a. ffl. 7:30: "In. (nursery honor Of Miss Barbara, Cobb I
8 USED
am. each Suada .
). the fiance of CARS
liston went to Ormond Beach "pen my cousin. Saturday 11:00
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Height' Fl*. Saturday.Mr. each Evening Prayer, 7:30' : p.m. Sunday School 9:45: .. m'Cnunerv Oary Sullivan. | A.M.to1O'p.M.CLOSED : I -
Sunday. ETC. 8:30: Hank
and Mrs. W. W. Tanner Sunday. p.m.eBcb open). Ttmining The Mr. and Mrs.! W. :/. Orolick' Used Car

"Your Friendly! Dank In Your Friendly of Palatka. enjoyed an Daily offices of lots, 4:30: 'p> m. (nursery: op0.il and guest Mrs. Hutson spent, i BIG CASH DISCOUNT
Morningand
Community." I oyster roast Wednesday eve- Evening 8OO R4tv. Lawrence Carroll the weekend in Jacksonville.: I TERMS
Prayer : s-ra.
ning at the home of their son-: and 5.00: p.m.. Oaxtn Mrs. J. E. Strickland, her, Monday and 'Tuesday BUY SELL TRADE
I daughter and son-in-law, Mr., Rt. 1 Box MI

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Salturoa/ ,.. "HO must have a iron back; In the flies and Youth Under 16 May Work I District Eight f

I secret weapon" oome up with. a ,poem that\ heWl'O Those Over 65 Are Given Another Chance Masonic MeetingSet

NDIAN BEACHrrom Robert and Lisa Marwum/ of \& In the 8th grade. SUita Outside School Hours
Jacksonville] spent the week It Is Thanksgiving he thought Only I For Nov. 30A

Preceding PIIce1 end with., their grani:!iparents. it was approplate So hero's To Sign Up For Doctor Bill Insurance I
[ Fred and. Corlne Thetman at Leeon. Pawn employers are reminded I mont! I meeting of District 8, F.

MrS James Rabbins was Inacksonvllle. their lake place.; LEEON'S CORNER by the V S. .Deportment of' "One cannot remove some,, A AM. will be held in Starke

Saturday! visit- /EM:. and Mrs: Enel&h Hilton "8pet18" Ralph Fohtcna field representative I I those who originally turned it tIne oldtr person pays only Labor that youngsters under I of the obstacles of poverty Masonic Hall Thursday, Nov.

13 her grandfather, Ross of Jacksonville. were down Its happening again already. for Social Security, down have an opportunity to half of the premium costs,,, 18 may work: only outside' without attaining a modicum'I 30, honoring Most Worshipful

Hi k'and' who Is 96 years enjoying our lovely weekend The Specs; are biting you In Bradford County, report, reconsider their earlier decision. !> with the Government paying!, school ihouirs during months of education. That minimum I John. T. Rouse. Grand Master:

Id Mi Strickland IB a patent weather I "Many older people are ashing: Then, If they decide' to the other half," Fontana said i I when school Is in session. The should be at least a high of Masons\ In Florida.

In the Baptist Hospital. Nell and Buddy Garner of And I'd say they're biting Now that. Tva been given an_ sign up, they may do to at This has been $3 monthly reminder is In accordance school diploma without It,I Registration will begin at 5

'I did quite a bit of fishing' Stark and their aunt and uncle ,better. other chance to sign up for the any time in the last three for each since the program I with' with. the child labor provisions many of today's opportunities,, p.m., willi dinner served at 6,
week and cauglhit' some of North 'Carolina: Than. they were a year. 80&,0.You doctor bill Insurance part of I months of 1967 and the first? started and will continue!. in I of the Fair Labor will be closed to our young Tom Howell, District Deputy
ist
were go out In the lake. Standards Act people"" he continued. I f Grand Master, will have chargeof
Ice specs. My mother Cr1c.t. Saturday night supper, guests! medicare will somebody tell three months of 1068. this amount. at least throuwh I -
Grandma Copeland, Uncle of Pete and Joyce Barton airt And let your line go down. me whether this is a. good I Medical Insurance helps pay March 1968. As provided bylaw Truman Losee field office Losee also noted that when the program, with the meet-

red and I caught around while they were Bshlng Saturday Then the first you know. buy?" doctor bills'and other medical studies are going on as I supervisor! of Wage And Hour state and federal chili labor I ing starting at 7:30.: .4 4....

Wednesday! afternoon. In5'O afternooncaught 17 You and ole Spec's coins (Mr. Fontana explained! that services not covered under the to* whether the present rate And Public Contracts Divisions laws d fer. the higher\ stand It is expected that around
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days we caught around specs. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin round. those persons WHO were 63 or I hospital Insurance part of will have to be i increased! and observe! :! a youngster's ards apply "The local officeof 20 lodges will be representedat ...,.
Ward of Starke, Mr Mrs. When they finally' get hooked, alder in 1968 could enroll for medicare. Services of doctors: H" hoW much" he said.: The, future success depends on the the Wage and Hour Public' thIs event.
30 specs. and)
They'll run, and tight! and rate for Contracts Divisions at New .....
Nick Norton and Mr. and The Griffin's brushplle was West I,
all last week withvel' Mrs. Docile Merseroue and two pull. part of the program In received in their offices 1969 will be announced before He added that the law helps Federal Building 400 BROWN FA.'W'LYREUN'ON J
busy
:ept And you.pould almost swear Bay Street, Jacksonville Fin
of the last three monthsof Ole home In
hospitalp
or a the
children of Ttafflijist MaybelW any migrant youngster as wellas
600 specs caught on bull. January.
That you've hung a baby 32202 Is ready to assist any
Phillips of Starke. NitaLawis 1965 or the first five to 100 turtno health tisits 'a the local child" and urgedthe Descendants of the late Ja.sper -
Mr. arid J. an4
Mrs.
ednesday. Y U'U have' to check your rod Residents of Bradford> Coun- one seeking Information about
of Kt months Of 1966. Those who year by nurses and1"other public's cooperation in Brown will hold a family
Myers Sun-
.jd Jones C. A.and Barrlnger sons of of Georgia Jack- day dinner guests of were the Bar To be sure you have a mln I reached 63 after 1865 have; health; workers are alsO covered ty may contact Mr. Fontana encouraging young people to the,"Fair he added.Ceramics Labor. StandardsAct reunion at the home' of Howard ,Ins.A. .

down tons i now. the three months before the I as are laboratory testa each Monday and Friday between return and stay in school. Brown on Sampson Lake
lonvllle, were fishingst next
And the one you
week. The Griffins had Mr and Mrs. W,'B. Deese'of! eatctr.My very Month they were 60, that I' and various other medical I 9:30: and 11:30: a. m. at The need continual vigilance Sunday, Dec. 3. A basket .
month and the three months services and goods, lie explain I Class lunch will be served at 1 .
Agriculture In is reflected by the division's p. m.
lJ(j boats out Saturday. Louis Homervllle. Ga. and Mr. and be a first Prize winner the A> Building -
thereafter to get this ed. All members of the. family
Johnson and Din Deveroux 1 Mrs. Hubert CWtty of Starke r After you about twenty tion for themselves. protec-I I "As' to( whether It Is a 'good, Starke: .with their Medicare who work findings on that farms children during I'Canceled For and friends are cordially Invited .. ...
were Sunday dinner of
of Jacksonville got 87, and L. the ChI ttya andl tried guests the But You you may will start not to want tire. to stop, Now as provided buy', I can only point out that I and social aecuiit/y/ problems. sChool hours In violation of ThanksgivingCeramics .

D. Rlvlnbark and Joe Craft of j with not the law are the "ones who
I specs much luck. For one more you have great
classes. ,
forange Park got 49. TTT..y really suffer most." In emphasizing sponsoredby "''
This 'time I'm sure Ilm at desire. Motorists Asked .oW the Recreation Department
Red Neal caught two bass the end. This week Leeon has You really 'don't( know whoyou're 'IS\>'T.tTro'f. TO DID the situation Losee wild not be held Thurada.ynight
To Show ThanksBy BY pointed: out that almost half, .St
I missing.: HAMPTONBy HTATB PtIU'11Ma' <9 ( OM>II1-. and Friday morning due 7ot ..
T! yotlrhave not tried it.Beca.uIe Safe Driving dON: T/tLUAII VHHI'10. KI.OIl- of the young farm workers to the Thanksgiving Holidays. 1)SC .woo
IDA were In grades well below the
once you get "Spec :J* Ann Iflck C.-p.tltlve S....l. l Bid will norm for their Classes! will resume Monday ,
ages and cited u oct
FLORIDA THEATRE 'Fever". Holiday motorists: are urged be received by the State Purch- November' 27.Adjustable.
I There is no way you can hide LAAAA b? the Florida Highway Patrol aalnsr Comml nlon, until 10.00 a. the example\ that at the age t666 "I -
AA&A .AAAA
m. EST., on date shown for the of 15. almost 7 out of 10 of .....
It.So to extend the TJ1an.ksg.v1ngSplrtt" uie at surplus propertyDeanmber the local Vinyl Book ...-
Council youth and 9 out of
Showtime-Weekdays when have some spare Meeting
7:00Sunday: 3:00
: :- .you to fellow drivers on 7. un -Pine Gum
The 'Council 10 elf the migrants were behind Covers. All sixes 30 cents coat .
I time met Tuesday, weekend.Col. (Mixed) I '
the road this .
Saturday 1:00
Bid Blartk, condition and In school .... .
: When most of your chores are Nov. 14. with all members H. N. Kirkman. directorof speoirlratlonii. may b.. ohtH-lneU grade attain The Telegraph. -"

WED., THURS., Fill., SAT. NOV. 22. 23, 21, 25 1 done. present except Charles Wil the Deportment. of Public from th. Rtate I'urclmBlnur. Uum-

Shows At: Wed. 7:30 Thurs. 4:00: & 7:30 Come out and go'Spec fishing liamson. Safety said: "We hope that miSsion Room Uulldlnir 112,, Talluhiuiaee William' VHloxhuni ,.
And get In on all the fun.- Tracy Jonas was sworn In motorist wW reflect'
'
Supoil -
Fri. 7:30: Sat. 1:30: -5:00 8:30 every 101'1<111.
: : .
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as Councilman! due to his absenCe ( the value of our state's'! C AI J. Pay '

Library Closed 1ft October. Charles Williamson modern roadway" system and 13x.
A WINNER' OF 6 ACADEMYAWARDSj I was elected chairman show his appreciation. by drivIng -
Nov. 2324; for 1967-68 with J. R. Williams safely during. \ the lorn I* rflVNTY Jl'IHiM'M''' "'01 ItT ,0..
1 MEIRO-GOLIMYN-MAYERrRcs( New Books Listed as New vice chairman.business Included the holiday weekend." VI.UItlltA.1M, FOIl IlItAUFO"U. HlIM'rV:' YOUR CLOSEST SPOT FOR LIQUOR WINES BEER ..
Referring the 102 hour Hi':: nutntft': of Emma '
ACARLOPONH PRODUCTION I Li- approving mowing and general Pi'iircie. Hill, dpc*.. Hi> The Bradford County period which begins' at 6 p. m.
clean: up around the City I Notice or Klllnir" I'otltlon For Ancient ARC __._ 4.69 Haig & Haig Scotch _____ 5.75 -
DAVID LEAN'S FILM .. brary will be closed November Wednesday Nov. 22, and extends Flnnl lHuliarHV_ O( AUnilnlMrw,
23 and 24, for Thankagivingtherefore Hall and the council had a through midnight' Sunday tore i Calvert Extra _- 4.59 House of Stuart _________ 4.79 .
OF BORIS PASTERNAKS ... .
: no Story Hour will'\ lengthy discussion about pur. Nov. 26, the Patrol Commander "'0 All Whom la hfi,'by:It given May ConrernNotli'e that we: I Seagrams 7 Crown -.__ __ 4.6Valker.J! ; Canadian ____..___ 4i)9!))! ..

DOCTORZHIlMiO be held tot. Thursday after chasing: a city automobile primarily -: oald., "Based on ,past have filed our flnul returns a* I Bourbon Deluxe __ __. 4.19!. Canadian Mist __ ______ 4.49
,.
noon. All were for in the Marshall* to to us the*. experience: the patrol is estimating adiiilnlBtratorH Kmmn, I'uurce' Hill.of the dere..d.1 eMtateof Kentucky Beau _______ n :3.89 Canadian Lord Culvert ____ 4.99 oW,..
agreement .
'J The followingnew books purchase if a desirable' car 29 traffic deaths in. that we have. filed our petition I'M. DeLuxe ____________ 3.49 Gilbeys Vodka ____________ 3.69
have been received: Florid. during' the Thanksgiving ror'final ,dlHthurire, end that we I
,!*o..... 'I NonFictionA could be bought for $1,600 or weekend, but these wilt apply to the Honorable Old Sunnybrook __________ 4.19 IteLska Vodka ____________ 3.R9

IN PANAVISIO AND METROCOLOR Private Disgrace Lln- under. One was then purchased .S..4..I444.auwfluacD".. ._hVflA........ ._.Ub_. W4.LU.._ U U fl&S nU of Thrtron! Bradford A. Yawn County County, Florida Judue.on 'I Charter Oak _____________ 4.05; Calvert Gin ______________ 3.99 ..

I '_''_','D_., All Aitt/uv.._.*..'UtI........-. _- OfHAJI.----', -rm- NAV 1A. drivers make. >every sxIbleetfort' Lleuomlier I 18, 11161 at 10,00 .a. in. Old Heirloom ___________ 3.89 I.W. Harper _____________ 5.39: ..
f.haiiParker;; ......
I (, for of the 'and
approval
.. reportedseven ; name
drive
to duringthis
Bender safely
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Beautiful People j : .....
Consn Doyle fNordoft; Complete fines to errant motorists time." for! final. dlni'hurife of the on eMtate oo- ailmlnlBtratorn ofHmna THESE {TRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY, NOV. 25, '1967

: MON. TUES. Dlx: during the past month. Mayor Some Efesavinat tips recommended } Pearoe Hill deceased. I -
SUN., NOVEMBER 26, 27, 28 Book of Surfing -
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on; Complete Book Of Coin Alderman reported all finaa by Kirksnan are: November ml/20 Clraydon, 11167 JonesW. Many Other National Brands At Discount Prices "

Collecting Coffin; Enthusiasm were forfeited. maintaining. a safe' speed ei It H. JONIOflOKAYDON I
Makes The Difference Slumber I'arty. all times keep .a. cushion ofs4is' JONESC..Admlnl.tratorM OPEN 9:00: A.M. TO 11:00: P.M. "" ...
.....
GORGEOUS Four' "yWA members and of the
\ Absolutes bet/ween/ your car. &hothers'.and <
Peale; :My\ Search tat Emma
emate of Pearce 11111 I LOUNGE OPEN UNTIL 12:00 P.M. -
their Jo Anne Hicks :
counselor. if drink don't .
Se
And deceased.THOMAS
PIECE OF Tllllch; New you
ft.. '
1I OS met Friday night at tile home I: drive. .*: P1ERCF3'
lected Poems Garrlgue; FRIDAY
I' AND SATURDAY
208 Southeast Hlxth Street UNTIL 2:00 A.M.
) of Mr. and Mrs. John Dykes .'
FILMMAKINGHIMIKllliytWMHUg 'Let's show thanks. for
I I Not Leaving It ,to The Snake our Pert LAuderdalK, Florida. 31301
'\ Cox Twelve Great American on Lake Santa Fa for a mission out UeMlntiri this "yet*' by Attorneys for Uo-Admlnlntratora I If'
-A71.IIIOIIY ItEVIfW ; '
I .4. ,, # : study on Africa. 11/23 4t ..Mn
.)\ Novels Mizener; Tar- I' demonstrating. that we can 13/41 STALLIHGS
The book "So Sure of To- COCKTAIL
A tuff And Other Plays Mol- steer clear. of holiday accidents -
IXI1JM1IA! I'tIIm PIUJI1S .
morrow, was taught by the ," he I AND lean'ifl
DDJIIfJ9 lere. rhlaelon study' chairman' Debbie i -concluded.t tht way ".u write. Come In
I'Jmm Fiction CORNER LOUNGE
Anarchy of Love Spencer -I Hill. Those present ''were Vets In School and select your favorite ES-| ,

v BUIID ; Christopher And His Debbie Carolyn Hicks Kennan, and, Linda Debbie Stone Hill., Get Automatic J TFIUIROOK fouMaln pen. I U. S. 301-S., 8 MILES PHONE 68-1461 roTh
: Father Habe; The Tabulators TELEGKAPH.I. I
itrs.\ : Donna Davie assisted
4j t, p Scholes; Garden of Pay Increases
\ VkIIII ....I'L Delights Oates; Mrs. Hicks. Following: the interesting "..

Earthly ,Lurie study the group enjoyed ....... ... ___ __o.__ _. H. "" ..
IN fl*? \ t4IL Imaginary Friends ; A. LnAUn, '* eclor OE uie \
u EJI"IJJD Man With Talents Jones; a slumber party. Fla. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
Personals
jJC1N P Manipulators Cllento; The announces that veterans now
Mrs. P. I.. Eates Sr. of
.. Prealdenir Plane Is Missing In schooj will soon receive automatic :
OHtIHEW! : Doctors Inlet was Visiting Mr. ?.r inisliecl Paneling! ,..
Serllng; Secondhand Life Increases in. Choir GI : ......
and Mrs. Eate Jr. and friends
Jackson; Seven Days at The education checks. .
KTBKITCKAl/FAl! TOUCH* fW Sllverstelns Leroux; Very Saturday. The rate increases were pro- ;; ITI..I..h:8: SUlm'I'SNO .

... ...... ..... ... Wife Rudolph Hackbarth entered .. ..
bl .IOC.I VI hu Like A Whale Mount; the Veteran's Hospital In vided in Public Law 90-77 A .nlmIT: "M.-\t:1J; : I.IECI

to The Bastard Lewis. signed recently by the President '
L Gainesville Monday for an eye iSngle veterans taking i\o I'At loavlOIMtlUMI'YSKI.KCT.RE.JECis 'IIhCW

I FIRST METHODIST operation. 'ull- (Mr. and Mrs. John B. Tysonof
CHURCH STARKE Increased from |10O a month .
Jacksonville moved recently I I Ito
to $130; veterans with one dEpendant / :
Church School. the J. B. Prevatt home. Mr. I IL- ,1I1\f
Sunday ,
from $125 to $156, __
__ \
301 DriveInSHOW 9.45: a.m.; Morning Worship, Tyson Is employed by Mutual and veterans with two dependants _
for Lumber Co.
11 a.rn4; Snack supper from $150 to $175. An
MYF, .6, p.m.; MYF meetings All Junior OA's and Sun additional $10 will be provided
Worship, beams are Invited to attend a
6:30: p.m.; Evening
monthly for each dependent
BEGINS AT SUNDOWN 7:30: p.m.Monday. mission study at the Church in excess of two.
60c 10 on Saturday morning at 10.30: WEST
ADMISSION: Adults 75e, Students Prayer Group (Dixon said proportionatelysmaller
Edgar King, of Tampa wasa
Children Under 12 Free allowances will be paid
a.m.Wednesday Bible Study weekend visitor In the homeof
for part-time training.
WED., THURS. NOVEMBER 22, 23 and Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks .....
Thursday Chancel Choir Mr. and M.... L. A. Wigginsand cash & ..

Double] Feature Program Rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Eve Menefee were Starke on Sunday. Carolyn .la carry

Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal visiting Mrs. Ida Wiggins on the future bride of her tie-

3 p.m. Saturday. Mrs. Menefae re* phew,,'JlM1fl' 'Wfggte.; > ; I(BUILDING I II i

malned until Sunday. Mr*. Patsy Harvey of Stock-

Mrs. George Williams attended bridge Ga." Was visiting her '-a-

THE RIGHT write.POINT Come for the In I open house for Mist_ parents., Mr. and. Mrs. B. W. I MATERIALS I _-- -

way you Carolyn Knox at the home of Pdartf J..t' WedJCe11d. Buddy _
ES-
and select your favorite Mrs. H. M, Hatcher ,Jr. in! Roark left last Friday for I '
TERBROOK fountain pen. California and i In two Weeks ..... .....1..... ..... Seal. ........ she. .. JtrST/C COL0MALILauait ,
,1 "'r','..,....... 1.lIn-. a.S
will go to Vietnam.

Jerry WadMvorth left last FURNACEFILTEIIS

-; PLUS.- FLORIDA THEAfRESpecial week for the Bahamas where I S

he win be working.,: .,....",I.U 4f7C E\C" t Sa S

THE BJKINI BUNNIES _ 1.i :r:;; Saturday Matinee Service -,' ,L .. S SS

AREBUSTIN'OUT! ,rLI' :;' Connected 'k LIGHT OK .
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..MAMIrncm. ..M. 0 Disability I* \_ DAHK'Pecan .4lW .- .
TOMMY NOV. 25 0' .,,,, S
DEBORAH t LiberalizedThe .- S
f WALLEY..KIRKCOLOR I 'i.I a
a
./ 10:15 AND 12:15 "Cold War OI Bill" -' a.- S'a

SCOPE: authorizes the Veterans Administration U

. ADMISSION 50c to grant service .-
SS
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FRI. SAT,..SUN. NOVEMBER 21, 25, 26 connection on a presumptivebasis S
to veterans who have -

Double 'Feature ProgrammUOIUEill ., : served since Feb. 1, 1055 according -- aS

to M. T. Dixon of the E: S
Florida Deportment of Veterans S
Sa
'k Affair. This type> of servIce a
;: connection wa previously a

granted. only to wartime S.

vets and applied to certain

chronlti and tropical diseases. a S

;.;.;.......--i EASTMAN COLOR i I IIt The flew ruling la considered S. a
t Important ClUe! to the fact S
that so'many servicemen' are

l I"t'* .;;.,;; PLUS currently serving in AsiA. -. .SsS.
r It .. where tropical diseases areprevalent %.tI.oR D.fltIIEIL 0.tkIU S
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j DiXon said 'that passage of 43 LOCATIONS IN 10 STATES No Frozen Pipe INSULATE WITH .-- SS
INCLUDING 14 I IN GEORGIA ttflh. SS
the kw' simply mean, that 11, Jrnlaslag .
,.
within one year following dls- I FIBERGLAS 4 ... S

charge or release from active ._ Pipe t SflI

duty, a chronic or tropical 1 3330 N. WALDO RD. : SS SS

disease Is diagnosed and foundto Wrap ........... t :
PHONE 3762604Gainesville. $363 4
be 10 par cent or more disabling ."T......_.. i'.I
that such disabilitymay : Fla.THURSDAY -
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be rated as service con- cIvs'es'Rurtrse.SLLJ

I!. '- 4' nected by the Veterans Ad'lflInlstraUOit. I..UtGn 790UOLL. Ale5..4oIIOr P',,
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SECTION S 1MGIC 4 BRADFORD COTTNTT TEi. sit Pn, 8TARKB.! FLORIDA TllCRSnAT. NOV. 23. 1987


and Mrs Glenn Stanley In and Mrs. Snook McRiaes tra- here. Lets all stop and Thank could be that of yours or some)
Safety Tips Given I Start Planning RetirementWell Jacksonville Sunday. I dogy Saturday. Their home) God for !being an Americanand innocent person.

STARKE I Is Mrs. Pat Dickens and children was partly destroyed by file of having health and food.If Happy Thanksgiving to you. I
In Advance, Advice, Sheila and David and an unknown origin. you take a trip Please drive
Mrs. J. D. Terrell and daughter -I Well folk Thanksgiving is carefully.: The life you save
I3DSINESSDIRECTORY! !I | ferent 'ways to add!) to your Gainesville
Medicine Jean in
were
For Taking
If you're one of the 'thousands retirement. Income. ,By investIng Saturday..
thinking
I of FtartcMans them :you can use the Intercet -
I
About. are Judge and Mrs. Perry Con-
retirement- chances
I Ever wake up or at least it's right :for you. or dividends for cur- ners of Nahunta. da. visited
the of retirement
largest
about haLf awake in the night j Keep medicine outl of Income source will be from social rent expense while keepingthe Rev. and Mrs M. D. Medelr-
with a splitting headache? Ora reach of children The small capital sum intact for any as Sunday afternoon.
AUTO REPAIRS pain in the tummy? And child who. 1s rushed (to the D.security E. associate agricultural emergencies. .Alleger says retirees !Mr. and Mrs C. L. Morris NOVEMBER
stumble Into the bathroomand hospital after eating a whole AUecer economist with: the may 'want to buy anannw.ty of Houston, Texas has spent
Earl's GarageALL reach for a bottle in the I bottle of sugar-coated tablets which will pay. eo the. last several months with
Florida Ex1pN'1ment -
KINDS OF medicine cabinet.; And gulp I I Is an all too common occur- Stations At'TO REPAIR WORK down a pill or two, or a Uve.Above !Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barton.
ence.Put the responsibility rents In I the
411 Work QunrnntoedThonn spoonful I or medlclnt? I the cap, back on the I individual to know exactly all Alleger saiddon't Mrs Pat Dickens and children -
tW.1-700,1 Sure All of us have. And bottle. Some medicines change ,: take retirement UgihUy/ will visit her uncle and
coming
what benefits he has
risking serious troublein strength if exposed to air too By careful planning, you can r
!So." Walnut Stark* we are I and to get In touch with the aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
enjoy a financially! worry-free
.
taking medicine carelesslyThe long.Keep offices that, handle the benefit Davis of Albany, Oa. i iMr. I
medicine was prescribed the medicine In Its original life in later years. \ and Mrs. Carl Sapp of

AUTO SERVICE by your physician, and he box or bottle. Shifting programs."Payments cannot start until TyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyBavless. . .... .. .. Gainesville visited Mr. andMrs.
Included specific. orders for sleeping pills into an aspirin .
Loyd Padgett Sunday
have taken the first
Gilbert S. Brown size and (frequency of dose battle for instance could pro- step you," he said. afternoon. |, CALVERT'S EXTRAEARLY
and !how to take it. The American duce dire effects for someone HiwavBy Friends of Mrs. Mlnula Nor-
It's) Idea he adds to
a. good
Standard Oil !Service' Station
Medical! Association reminds else In the !family. start man will regret to know that
these
finding out about
ATLAS that. there Is a good), benefits several months before Mrs. O. B. Crosby' she suffered a heart attack OR 496
TIRES & BATTERIES
: sound for these orders,
reason World War I last Thursday and Is confined
Budget Terms-Road Service and they're meant to be fol- you actually( (plan to retire. ...:...............&.. to Bradford County hospital.I
Phone 961-7071 Vets To Elect "By preparing ahead of time, TIMES
followed.A .
We
I all wish her a rapid re-
407 N. Temple Start few simple rules for tak- you stand a much better The OA girls under the supervision I
Officers Nov. 24 chance of receiving your first of Mrs Fred Johns covery. '
ing medicine can help to !Mrs. Neta Lewis of Ft, My
checks shortly after< you stoPworklna" visited the nursing home Sunday -
'
avoid an accident that may BradfordClay Barracks ." he said. ers and Mr. and Mrs. Nick' / FOR
and took Thanksgivingtreats 3 12.99
HURST'SSHELL make your minor miscomfort 3455 Veterans of World WarI Pending out what decisionsyou to the patients.Mrs. Norton of Tampa. were week- .
a lot worse. will meet at 2 Friday.' end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
p. m. will have to make In advance Janice, Joiner enter-
-Never take medicine In Nov. 24, at the Keystone can eliminate a lot of tained her Intermediate train- W C Ward. I
Service Station the dark. Be sure you can see Mrs. Marie Elixson of Gainesville .
hall for election
Heights city red -
tape according to Alleger.
weiner roastat
ing class with a
the bottle box, to make DANCE TO LIVE MUSIC
flii Oils Lubrication or pill of officers: and discussion of "If you're in doubt seek the\ her home on Bayless Hiway spent several days last
certain it's the right one. other matters. of Interest to !week with her son and
Goodyear Tires & Butborlea advice from your personnel Saturday night. The young
ROAD SERVICE -Read the directions carefully members Walton B. Davis, officer, a union official. : a reliable people enjoyed games during daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. WED., FRI., SAT. NITESBobby's .
301 and 100 Starke heroic taking. Dlredtlons Chief of Staff of Departmentof insurance agent or your the evening.Mrs. Kenneth Elixson and family. i
are there. because they'reneeded. Florida, will attend the banker," AUeger said Mildred Lyons, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Oils Crawfordof
METAL WORK meeting.All He also cautions to be sure Lois Hlghamlth' and Jack Gainesville spent Tuesday'
Don't Increase the dosage; World War I veterans, to check directly with any Hlghamlth visited their sister night with her parents, Mr.i I
THOMPSONSheet or take more often than di- whether members or not. are governmental! agency whlcb and brother-in-law Mr. and and Mrs. C C. Crosby They HideawayWALDO
rected without checking with invited to .ttend--Gorolon,. E. handles retirement 'benefits to Mrs. _Perry Lyons Sunday.Mr. were accompanied home by
, Metal WorksAll your doctor.If Baker, Senior Vice Commander which you are entitled."If '. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby them Wednesday The Crosbys
Types Metal Work- the label says "Shake Lake (]eneva. you talk over; other and Mrs. J. ,L. Johns were spent the remainder relatives of the in LIQUORSOne
Heat & Air Cond. well 'before using" It means plans with, your attorney consult dinner guests of Mrs. Beverly week visiting
just what it eays. Shake It. TIlE RIGHT POINT for the with !him on these mat Spence in Jacksonville Sun Gainesville. |
Systems Installed -Don't take medicine pre- way you write. Come In ters aLso Alleger suggested."He We are glad. Phillip Lyons his is. Mile North of Waldo, U.S. 301 Phone 468.9943
day.Mr. fine after shooting
doing
Rd. 16 E. Ph. 964-5723 scribed for someone else. Just and select your favorite ES- may have additional and Mrs. Floyd Crosby toot accidentally last week. J I. .
because It helped your hus- TERBROOK fountain pc*. sources of expert help. were dinner guests of theirdaua'bter We to hear of Mr t
band's cough' doesn't mean Savings can be used In dlf- and son-in-law. Mr are sory

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