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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 30, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
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Starke merchants are kickIng shoppers are advlnoU to watch Pommel Biggest ever Bands from 1UIO High and Cone Rayburn, at 904-6791 at
off what bids fair to be for this additional service Simla Clans. will arrive tn Participation\ Invitationshave Bradford High School will loon, as posHible.
the greatest Christmas shop- At least one merchant plans SIul'ke on Kildiiv, lieu. 15, and been sent to all civic and march in !the parade and pm- J. K Bulllntston, chairmanof
ping season in their history by a ten per cent reduction. mi will participate in the colorful church groups, as. well as all vide seasonal muilc. Invitations the Retail Merchants Corn'o,; I
announcing an array of "Hot all merchandise on Friday, parade scheduled for 4 p.ui. businesses, In older to promote for participation have mitte, predicts that this will .
Line" values In thin issue of Due 13, and others are offering that day I the bunt Christmas. parade ever also been extended to high be the busiest, must colorful I 7,
The Telegraph. value that are equally enticing The Merchants\ Comuilttpa held 1 In Bradford County. Out- KUhonl! bands Prom Luke Butler Chiistiiios, season ever experienced -
Plans for the holiday season Readers urn urged to Is offering u $50 first' prize for lying communities have also und Keystone. Hel/hts/ here
were made at a meeting check all ads In this Cluixt- the beet float entpret' ,- n, the been, Invited to participate.The Santa will visit shoppingareas The Chamber of Commerce
of Retail Merchant last" week, mae shopping edition and take parade, $25 for the second l parade will atarf' on In Staika following the will promote the "Trade At
when It was agreed to extend advantage of the many (outstanding 'bent, and $13 for' third place. Euttt Call Street, travel westto parade, and on the dates of Home" theme by showing In "
hours for the convenience of values for everyone Recreation Department director Buy Street, then south on December 10, IS, 19, 20, 21, 22 its display window, a sllm Christmas shoppers 'toy remaining on the hoiJ'lnv Rift list. ( Gene Huyburn Is Nerving Hay to the Starke Plaza: and 23. ling of attractive gift merchandise
open all day on Wednesday Parade I'luiineil. at parade committee chairman, where Ir I ? will disband. As All individuals, tniHlneswf' that. may be pur- +
Dec. 13, and Wednesday. Plans. for the annual Chrl.... with Rny Stone of I ugle'", Usual Santa Claus and his. clutm, churches, or other organizations chased in Starke stores, without
Dec 20. Several merchants are mas Parade have just been fin and Hoy Hiunham of Carp's helpers will have free candyfor / Interested In purficlputln.gr the Inconvenience, and expense J j 'I
also. offering extended evening alized by the Retail Merchant assisting in the ariungementa.! the children along the parade in the parade are of shopping out of

hours prior to Christmas, and Commltte of the Chamber' of route. asked to contact the chairman town. 1 .





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VOLUME EIGHTY-NINE STAKKE. FLORIDA. TIIURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1967 NUMBER TWENTY-THREE


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Starke man Barry An agreement has apparently -
Padgett, 65, is in critical been reached between
Vote
condition in the Univer- the towns of Brooker Lawtey

sity of Florida Medical and Hampton and the

Center after being: struck Bradford School Board to

by a car on North Temple line the old school buildIngs ,
Avenue last Wednesday there for industrial Issues are scarce a'shen's

I Nov. 22.Padgett. purposes.Four teeth in Lawtey'sannual
walked In front of members of the School city election com:
a 1963 Chevrolet driven by Board met with the Brooker ing up next Tuesday, Dec..
Wayne Shelton Kinney 23, of town council last week and 5, but it doesn't mean
Starke. according to Starke with the Hampton council there won't be lively Interest |
Policeman Pat Henry Investigating Tuesday night Nov 28 Plans in the vote and'a' f
officer.' No negligence are for the School Board to
was found on the part of the adopt a resolution enablingthe ,- .- -.. good turnout. f
Most of the arc
t driver and no charges have Bradford! DevelopmentJ'.uthol'lty i candidates
out winking and James B.CriLyvfoicl. .
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been filed ..;- '. or Chamber of .. -1 t running for the
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TheU."Cldent/ occurred' at j the pl.(1.I-
y&minerce' to control. .
1 counctrpQSf held
group, now
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"intersection"
the ( Temple ''bu1J.d1nga'and givingUie. ;:
Paul "Of
by DtnkJns. says. ,
Ave, and Andrews Street. Pad agencies permission to find ,
r course' I'd like to be elec-tat
gett- was walking east from suitable industries! for the two
or I wouldn't have run for office.
the Holiday Inn and apparently J'Ljslrs.rs.si! abandoned,, schools. iJ.' 1. ."
"just walked out In front Children at both Brooker ,
riff If any of !the three races la
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the car, Officer ;Henry and Hampton have recently o drawing more Interest the
1Ia.1d. glxty-foot-kwc skid 60-Ton Generator For moved Into new buildings \ the others It haa to be tha
CityInch
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ihalks front Klnney's oar Indicated costing a total of $339.000.
one for mayor.Challerwer _
he was traveling built as part of the county's H. C. [Hermlel
about 35 mph, the officer by inch worker slid the City'of lo tho power plant will Im built around It. $2.3 million school conatructlopi Kelly says he Is waging an. active .
stated. Nturke'H new 120.000 pound' power 1.llrllt'tnrtlne I'nglnepr: Hurry Unlx-rU. of the \\'ortlilngtoiifur 'o! ram. .. IH campaign to bring an
I from the railroad flat cur onto a : p., Buffalo N. V. wlilcli, inoda the cniclneIIIIH "Both towns encouraged It", end to (Mayor Charlie Shu-
CHILDREN'S COMMITTEETO heavy transport truck Wednesday nlurningto ;; been. In town two week readying the' Supt. Tom, Casey said after ,- ford's 14 year tenure
MEET MONDAYThe the two meetings. lie said "
move It to It* foundation at the power special foundation and will stay. until It IK there will be no transfer to "It's time for a change.

Bradford County. Chil plant. Net up. ICuliertH, who rune from IlllimlH to title of the buildings: until an It's No Fly Weight Kelly appoint says.a citizens He, promises committee. to
dren's Committee will meet at The (.TAI) kilowatt turbine cost the Ntarke ll\mt' In I't. Lauderdale. but love setup Industry is obtained. if elected. "to formulate a

12 noon Restaurant.Monday -In the Martha Garden city 1(1215OO( It wan IIIOVMI onto its. foundation such turbine all over the country. Chamber Pete Novak of Commerce was present Man UtllltleH Siipt.' scar Davis. looks. over the.rather" HiualllHli plan of action.. for the City
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Minx, secretary Wednesday! afternoon and the addition Tuesday night at the Hampton looking. flywheel of the new. engine at leant, It IK. 11(111&11C'OIul".r..11 of Lawtey." he has told voters
Kelly
.,W'._ r. ., ,, .. ,,,.,",- meeting. He mentioned in to the. huge turbine powerful enough. tu supply that says If !the Council will

.f. ;. ..., .'.. ., general terms some possible half of Mtarke with ....-..trlclty. Just about four feet In !no buck to drawing $2 per
1'e Industrial prospects for the lliinwler and two fet across Uie flywheel. weighs. 0.000) meeting, Marshall M. M. Jordan *

Precedent Set HereI ry rfttli [Continued on Page Four] pound back to $300: per month ,
he will be wklllng for the
Mavors salary to be out back
to $100 per month as it was

I I Perjury TrialA ,1' ratA 1 Lack Of Funds Forcing CUBE he several has no years objection ago. Kelly to the, says ill

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raise, from $55 to $100' per
month, given Clerk Ethel
state prisoner's two-year prisoned Illegally. The writ Reddish who has qualified for
sentence for perjury here last claimed Nabors had not been To Shut Down Ooerations another term and! has no op
Wednesday, Nov. 22, ha* seta granted a hearing before the -- - position.The .
precedent: In that It la one Parole Commission and that Council now draws $10
of the first times the State of he had not been Informed by A lack of funds forced the to ask that key CUBB em- Miami agency is also among. per meeting and the marshal!
Florida has filed charges the commission that his parole Clay County Neighborhood ployees be allowed to borrow the 77, the director thinks. $400 per month.
against an Inmate for giving had been violated.Nabors : Service Centers to close Wednesday money to continue their work Irony of the entire situation "That's what. I hear on the
I false information in a writ of was sentenced to funded Is that a balance. of $23,000 sounds unlike
Nov. 22. and U fast until the program Is street, but it so
I habeas corpus. three years in I960 on. a grand. shutting down the operationof by the federal government left after conclusion of the him." Mayor Shuford .said
For years circuit courts larceny conviction, but was Is Home Health Aide Program Is state
I the entire 4-County CUBB Funding of the program when told of Kelly's
here have been deluged with paroled. He was taken back Economic Agency. Imminent. Honey told his silting in a Lake Butler bank ments.
into custody in Alachua Co. Due to be funded by the Board, pending the meeting and a balance of $4.000 remains "What he wants is the
in June, 1966 for violation of J Office of Economic Opportunity of the House and Senate Con- after last summer' operation Mayor's salary Shuford added
M-NIGHT his parole. He was due to be r by Nov. 1, program of ference Committee supposedto of Head Start. But the but conceded Kelly who
released from prison next the local Community Action go into session this week. Office of Economic Opportunity ran unsuccessfully against
Assoclatlonal month until he drew the additional i tk t Agency 'I CUBB 1 Is being cur- Both house nave/ passed a refuses'to allow. those him once before, is "my light-
Union two years for perjury. r !' ? tailed by .the U. S. Congress'delay new poverty bill but the funds to be tranfened to the Ingest opponent ever."
Training: After reviewing the statements in .passing Its new pov- House version totals $1.6 billion Service Centers or administrative The mayor says he U ,"-
MeetingMadison contained in the writ erty bill, CUBS Director W and the Senate's $2.2 bil- opeiatlorw. Funds were tine around a little himselfnow
States Attorney T. E, Duncan transferred last year to allow and that "things look
P; Heney told hs! 4 county
: Street filed the perjury charges on. lionOnce operation, (of the
board of directors. Monday the compromise Is continuous pretty encouraging; of course.
Baptist Church the ground that false statements night. worked out In Corajreiw It will program, he said. anything can happen."
4 were made In Nabors'writ Hardest hit by the lack of still take time for the fundsto Heney alto told the Boardhe Mayor Shuford said he has
Dec.
Monday, tiled Dec. 1. funds are the Clay Neighborhood trickle through the huge: Is afraid to allow service a few ideas of his own of
7:30 P.M. The case was "fried last Tues- Service Centers which federal agencies, Heney said center workers to continue things he'd; like to see done to
BUS JR. CLASS: day and Nabors was sentenced have been kn. full operation.The Community Action Agenciesare without pay, pending the the town. 111 do what. I can"
Wednesday after Judge JohnA. 23 employees of that pro funded directly from the funding. He had been notified to accomplish them the may-
Sponsoring H. Murphree conferred with ject have been out of ''Work Office of Economic Opportun- by the Labor Depart or said pointing to La/wtey'4/
Duncan, and Public Defender since Nov 22. Ity. Operation of the Neigh ment's Atlanta office that dark streets as one example.
Football Game R. A. (Buzzy) Green Jr., Who Funds are available for the borhood Service Centers, how that practice would no be allowed "That would be a very 'big'
defended Nabors. ; M* Conduct and Administrationof ever, k> administered by the he said. Impovement without spending
Friday Dec. 1 Before the sentence was 4 f I CUBS only until Dec. 15 Department of Labor since Status of the$146,000Neigh- all the money we have," :Mayor
7:30: I JM. banded down last Wednesday Heney said which means that that department Is schooledin borhood, Youth Corps a pro Shuford asserted.
I Green made a plea for a light he and the'new assestant dir work program Funds for ject which has been approved. The mayor also hit another
Admission 75c sentence saying many writs a k ector of CURB Robert Fountat that program, therefore must Is still uncertain because of lick for conservatism: In handling -
WAPK; submitted to the courts were 22-year old Negro from Eustis, be channeled: through OEO to the lack of funds The program the city's finance "We
Junior- Class vs. drawn by "jallhouse lawyers"who will either work without sal- the Labor Dept., and thenceto was supposed\ to get underwayby collected 1 our money In the
Radio Disc .:Jockeys he claimed 'were more ,. /:;..:.;'. ary or will cease thier activity. local agencies. Nov 6 but Heney saYS he bank by practicing economy."
writs and petitions by prison ; Funds would, be available "This I lack of funding I Is !Is afraid to hire employees for Mayor Shuford stated "Tea
This Space Contributed inmates seeking their freedomon to allow'CUBB Bookkeeper temporary, but It& could be a. it until the project Is funded.although can't live beyond your mean
Weekly to Publicize the grounds their legal Ruth Darley to continue her month or even, two months a. group of applicant an an Individual or' town."
Community Events by rights were denied them when A Ticklish Job work for, another month after before we get the funds," has already. been inter- Both Shuford and KeUy _
convicted and imprisoned. Dec. 15The Heney says. viewed.. pressed\ concern over the fbwn'a
The CommunityState William' Ralph Nabors 36 It 'w.. a ticklish Job Hlldlng the big' turhlne onto Its December board meetIng There are t 1,075 Community The Neighborhood Youth recent big tax Increase which
Bank a former Waldo resident filed in foundation, bottom or photo at the power plant. Dark spot was cancelled and one will Action Agencies In the United States which were to be fund- almost doubled at' least on.resldent'a .
a writ of habeas corpus be called when the la and one-twelfth of Corps project .U designed, to taxes. Council. Chair
: States
In the trough are parts of a broken which snapped. agency
Account now Injured Circuit Court here last Dec. pulley funded. them are' funded each month. give employment to needy man Eugene Starling say he
up to $15,000 by 1 claiming he had been Im- a* the hug rnglim WITH winched onto the foundation. Heney said Tuesday morning CUHB Is one of 77 of the boys and, girls between 16 and Increase averaged about 99 fff
Federal Deposit famnrante .- guilty than Nabors. Duncan Top four Inches of the foundation In. a peclit| hard drying' he was phoning the Atlanta agencies all over the Uniteded 19 years of age who are at- cent although\ some Indtrkt**
Corp. recommended a sentence of at material which: was applied Tuesday and dried In 21 hour office of the Dept. of Labor by Nov 1, Ileney said. The I Continue on Page Four} Continued( on Page Four f i.a.
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tr Mrs. Grace Ritch was in Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Rags- :I Julian Frallck of Bay Pines Mr. and Mrs W. B. Sewell 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sexton In The Ci.untr JiidKf'n. Court InAnil charire. and termination of administration -
Boynton Beach over the week. dale attended a dinner at the and Mrs. Bonnie Pettus of and their houseguest !Mrs and family of Atlanta Ga. For nrmlforil County Vlnr- I and that on January -
.bin. 4, 1U.S, at 10:00: A. M o'-
r end visiting her son and home of Rev. and Mrs. John Gainesville were admitted to Paul Smith atfunded the Over- were Visiting their parents, Mr. IM rnnntrn No. i-iawr: uloutc, I will apply to tho Honorahle
d&ughter-ln/-low 'Mr. and Mrs. M. Sikes in Gainesville 'Tues the Starliw .Nut-sing' Home street family reunion at Fer- and Mrs. Calvin: Johns, from In Rn: "Entat.i: of dAMUELROBRNHKRO I Theron A. Yawn Judco
Jimmy Rltch. day night which was for the this week. nandina Beach : ': : a/k/a SAM KOHUNBICRU. of the Above Court for approv-
on Friday. to oi I
Wednesday Saturday .
: Dot fftnnil.. III! of laid Final Returns, and
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene Gainesville District Methodist Mr. and Mrs.BUly Ray Miller Fifty-five members of the family last week. Notice. Of Filing Final Returns i Order off Distribution, and for
and son visited Mrs. John E. ministers and their wives. Following and son'of Std Simons Island enjoyed the occasion. For Final I Final Discharge mm Kxecutor of
GLADYS 1IOOTY'Phone Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. PedenJr. And I'otltlim .
Greene In Jacksonville on the dinner they enjoyeda and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seaman. Steve Prevatt left spent Wednesday to Sun- DlHuhitfKP. Of I5xo I utor. Rte the Will doooaiM of Samuel and for an llonen-Or-
berg
J 964-7603 Thanksgiving day. concert at the University of Kelly and son of Gainesville recently for nine months tour day of last week with friends have,,NntUiIs riled. 'my huroby, rural sjln,n-iurns thai' a.ICx."or ..t I der terminating: the administration -
Bob Long of Columbus Ga. Florida.Mr. were of of the USS ,
Thanksgiving guest duty on Shangrl and relative. in Columbia S. of Ham- i
01' IIM.mtulc
Mr. and Mrs Paul Under- I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hug-; and Mr. and Mrs. Denis !Blom and Mrs. Dennis Williams their parent., Mr. and Mrs. La in the Mediterranean. C. and Asheville, N. C. and eel] KoMonborfr deooased, l. 'that 1 I /s Lana Ronenberg. ;
hill had as Thanksgiving gins of Orange Park and Mr. of Lakeland were Thanksgiving and family of Largo Charles Schmdtt. has., riled my petltlnn rot. illenlbiiiliin EXECUTOR
Dr. ana Mrs. ''aarney: Me- with their son-in-law enddaughter U/30 4t 18/21
guests Mr. and :Mrs* Morris visitors of their mother Mrs.E. her Mr. II 'II and tni final dls-
and Mrs. Dewayne McRae of were visiting parents, Miss Phyllis Haddock has Rae and famUly of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Donald'
HUff and famUy and Mr. and Jacksonville were Thanksgiving C. Long. and Mrs. W. H. Graham from .. .. ..
recently ..
I pledge visitors of Mr. ,
completed were Sunday Clay; in Atlanta Ga.Mr. : "
Mrs. !Basil Hurt. of Jackson guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Ham- Wednesday to Sunday. training and Initiation Into and Mrs. McRae Sr. and fam- t.; ', '::'P.: ." ; ::-.; '. :: ,::_..:. .. : : : .. :. :: : ,_ : ;"u.y ..'1
and Mrs. Cer-
;k Ias. Mr. and Mrs. George Huyglnfl. ilton and family and Mr. anr:? Mr.and Mrs. Ronald Craw- Delta Anthony -
Alpha Theta at
sorority ily.
Mr. and Mr. (George Pierce Mrs. Mark Hamilton Park Fri- menaro of the Torena Motel
ford of
Mrs. Edward Hudson of At- spent Orange were SPECIAL
High Point N. C. TERWILLEGAR
College, Rev. and Mrs. Glen Lawhonof had weekend Mr.
as visitors
and family and Miss Pearl lanta Ga. was visiting her Wednesday to Sunday will- day overnight gueots of her
QM 8/c James Talley of the Lawtey visited (Mrs. Effie and Mrs. Dominic Cermenuiu
Cartwright :were Thanksgiving : mother, Mrs. Nelson Green, on Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton's ''Par. mother Mrs. Edna Hart. I
"g testa of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. I Thursday and Friday. Mr.. ante Mr. and Mrs. E. Worth Mrs. Susie Chancey of Way- US3 Forrestal, Nofolk. Va Johns on Sunday.Mr. and sun uf North Adams Through Dec. 9, 1967
jCartnvrlght. \ and family in Green had a family reunionon Jackson and family In Winder, cross Ga. Is visiting her son- was home for the 'weekend. and Mrs Henry Mor- Mass., Mrs. Richard LaFleur
Cleveland, Tenn. Thanksgiving. day. Ga. in-law and daughter, Mr. and !Mrs. Gene Baker ana children : -Ison had as weekend guestsMr. and daughter of Arlington.. Va. FREEROAD
Mr. and .Mr Steve Kelley Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red. ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Bear Mr*. Alvin Kirkland Mrs. and Mrs. Sl'ella Griffinof and Mrs. George Morri and Miss Susan Cermenaro of
and daughter of Jacksonville I dish Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Red. and children of Palm Valley Kirkland entertained at a Jacksonville were Saturday son, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil J.lor.1 Long Island.., N. T.

/were visiting: her parents Mr. dish, and Mrs. Linda Kay were Saturday visitors of Mr birthday party for her motheron visitors of Mf. and Mrs. C. S n eon, and Mr. and Mrs. Rup- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parkei, TEST AND SAFETY
and Mrs. R. R. Andrews over Johns attended the Florlda- and Mrs. Lester. Crews. Sunday. Haddock on Mrs. Griffin's 82nd 'pert Morrison and children of and family of Cocoa spent Friday .

the weekend. FSU game on Saturday. Mrs. O. L. Beasley and'" MrsJ. Mrs. Kate Sheppard of birthday. Leetfburg. ,I to Sunday with Mr. and INSPECTIONON
Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miss YOUR CHRISTMAS Fhoto W. Klncald were vlstinjr Mr Brunswick Ga. was Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Johnsonof I Mrs. M. C. Wells and family TRUCKS
Lillian Stump were In Ochlochnee graphic IIuMlqiiarti-r: Movie and Mns.\ C. C. Hoppe in Tam and Saturday night guestof and daughter of Orlando, Mr Dublin Oa. were Thanksgiving -f I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley CARS AND
Oa. on Thanksgiving visiting CnmeruH, Polaroid Projectors. pa from Tuesday to Friday. Mrs. Edna Hart while en- and Mrs. Paul Shields and chll visitors of Mr. and Mrs. HI and. family of Merritt Island
Mr. and Mr. John. W. Inntamutlr, FUm ItUIJUNU-: Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie !Let route to and from Fort White dren of St. Petersburg ant S. L. Peek Jr. were visiting their parents Includes .
Griffin. ;:Mrs. Stump remained TONS. Cole of Punta Gorda. former Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lennonof Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman Mr. and Mrs. Barney CHECKING STEERING, BRAKES.
with the Griffins until Tues- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp hat( Starke residents /were las Johns and their weekend Jacksonville spent Thanks of Jacksonville spent the McRae Sr. and Mr. and Mrs | LIGHTS, GUNNING GEARS, HORN
day.Mr. as visitors during the weekend, Wednesday overnight guestr guests, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy giving with their mother Mrs. weekend with Mrs. E. K. Porgy Lonnl Harley over the J .
and Mrs. Marc Jacksonwere Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray and of Mr. and Mrs. iBugenr Adklnson of Tallahassee, attended Ed Prevatt.I rymaa.' Thanksgiving weekend. .
/ visiting Mr. and Mrs. children of Atlanta and Mr Goodge while enroute for a the Florida-FSU game
!Carl Henley In Wayneoro, m Miss from Wednesday to Mon- of Jacksonville., Mrs. J. L. Cole Sr. in ,LaGrange Mr. Edith Christiansen and

day. Their daughter, Melissa, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Ga. and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Edna Hart Were visiting I r STARKE PLAZA:
stayed with her gradparents were in Miami from Wednesday James Drier In Toledo Ohio relatives In Wlldwood and j '
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith 1 In to Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of Ocala on Thanksgiving day. Open. All Day Every Day /.l ., .
Williston. Mrs. W. E. Hayes. East Palatka was Thanksgiving Miss Marilyn Hernwall re- FILL & SAT.'UNTIL-'IV M. r '

Mr. and :Mrs. A. S. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McLarir day guest of Mr. and Mrs. turned to Washington, D. C. ../ e.41' \ .t..
of Starke and Mr. and and daughter. Frances, of Herbert Thomas. last Sunday after spending ten .- ee ....
Mr. Charles Meyers of Atlanta Panama City were Friday tc :Mr.! and Mrs. B. G. McIntyre days with her parents, Mr. .- ..: ... e'
Ga. spent the weekend Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Mc- and family and Mrs. J. E and Mrs. C.; E. Hernwall. ,
with Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison Larln's sister Mrs. O. L McIntyre of Jacksonville were BIBLES Wallets, PersonalIzed .I
Jr. and family in For tiaynea Sr. Thursday to Sunday guests of Stationery name In 23K) ,
Lauderdale and attended th Miss Janet Hardy was Uu Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre. gold. BULLINGTON'S. I .
midget football game in th guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gene The DuPres also had as Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly I .
Turkey Bowl. Ivey and son, Gene Jr., In Thanksgiving day guests Mr had as weekend guests Rev! O D
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Budd Jr. Atlanta over the weekend and: and Mrs. C. J. Herring-ton of and Mrs. Hugh Walters ant 4
and family of Jacksonvlll attended the Georgia-Georgia Palatka. Miss Julia Ann Walters 01! Qr

were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Tech game Saturday after Mrs. Joe F. Ellerbee and Mr. Trenton Miss Edith William'of ,
W. E. MIddleton and Mia noon. and Mrs. Jack Creel and chil- 'Cordele, Ga., and Mrs. E.
Madge MIddleton.Mrs. Cadet Pvt. Harry Hatcher dren of Panama City were N. Shivers of Ashtmrn, Ga ,

Bertha Pearce had at III of Georgia Military College visiting Mrs. T. D. Dyal last Joining the family on Thanksgiving ) ";, I IH

''t 1 weekend guests her grandson, was home for the weekend. Mr. weekend. were Mrs. Randal .
Rex Smyth of Florida-South and Mrs. Frank Hatcher of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves Chitty/ and children and Mr. c
ern College and her daughter' Maitland were also weekend have as guests this week her and Mrs. E. D. Tenly Jr. ;
Mrs. Mary Lane of Jackson- guests of Col. and Mrs. H. M. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L C Jean Spears was visiting
'vllle. Mrs. Pearce also had as Hatcher Jr. Early of Anna III., Mrs. L Cheryl Robertson In Tavaree ladies NYLON
Saturday visitors Mrs. Lillian Archie Green of Chicago 111. C. Standard of West Frankfort over the weekend.
Phillips and Mrs. Ethel Pink was visiting his mother, Mrs 111., and E. L. Rader of Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis '_ w ?
,ston of Lake City.- L. J. Green from Wednesdayto Peoria, Ill. Ind. will arrive Friday QUILTED ROBES 1 1Vah
Sunday. Mrs. Clealon.. Rhodes was to spend a week with her H .
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Sgt. Jerry Lawson of Fort. Mrs. Eollna Smith visited vlsll'lng her sister! Mrs. J. L.. mother Mrs. W. S. Slade. I : adieo -
Walton Beach visited his $10.95
parents Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and Kerns In Jacksonville on Mrs. Roy Mathus and daughter $899 fi
Mr. Mrs. Ewell Lawson ( ''
\and family In Sanford from Thurs- Thanksgiving day. .' Marline of West Palm '
last? weekend. day to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R, O. Dan by Beach were visiting Mrs. I' Y
Mr. and Mrs.. King Hendrick- Miss Sara Barefoot of Jacksonville visited! her mother, Mrs. Mar Mathus mother Mrs. L F SWEATERS & Warm faihlonably' styled
Bon of Ambridge, Pa. were was visiting 'her father. vin .Andrews, In Ozark, Ala Smith and Mr. Smith from NYLONSSewnnxe with medallion trim collar, y4 It
.' \, visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. H.Jiramer P. M. Barefoot, Monday. over the weekend. Thursday to Monday.Mr. I lac edged cellar and sleeve*, f +
;: the first of the week. Mrs. O. I* Haynes Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Martinof and Mrs. Fred Bennett I Il PANT TOPS button front and 2 slash pock- /p +
I'Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Me BON MODE .ti. .In beautiful .had. of p 1.. ;a ,
Mrs. A. N. Holliday will beat Tallahassee were weekend were Thanksgiving guests of I <
N
Oolskey of Lake City were Fort Benning, Ga. from visitors of her parents, Mr. his sister, Mrs. W. O. Thomas t plain er seoHleih ....1... pink or blu. Size 1011. i # C r j ;
visiting her mother./MM. Annie Thursday to Saturday to at- and Mrs. J. H. Dennis. and family in Jacksonville.Mrs. b box with' ruginrd welt /
Holllng &: tend the graduation of Arthur S/Sgt. and Mrs. Robert L. Paul A. Smith of $299 $1,099 and t... PreeerHenea'' :; fit. Jr.tIOVi LONG LENGTH

Mr. and Mrs. M. K.'Herlong: Holliday from basic trainingon Cooper of Hunter AFB Savannah Phoenix, Ariz arrived last! I ., to ....1- tadlee iVi-ll. 'sati '
and family of Jacksonville!# and Friday. Ca. spent last Tuesday week .o spend the winter with ,, QUILTED ROBES v
Mrs. Addle Wheoa/olupt.OrJa.uC1o-I : Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Waters to Sunday with Mr. and her brother-in-law and sister, 54; I
were Thanksgiving**guests of I i9 _, Whatever her toil,yaull find the itylo, $7.95 .$99 n ,
and family of Tallahassee were Mrs. C. L Cooper. Also visiting Mr. and Mrs W. B. Sewell I
Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Herlong,' Thursday overnight gue ts of the Coopers last week were Joining the family on Thanksgiving t fabric and color to suit her at Carp's. CANTRECE Valu.
Mrs. Wheeler remained until all I lr Com. ... the nwit faihlon arrival In
Mrs. Vergla Flynn. They their grandchildren. Ray and day< were Mr. and Mrs i DuPonft nowoot miracle' fiberSlvee .
Saturday. celebrated Thanksgiving- David Cooper of Cocoa. The James O. Sewell and familyof l' .tlpe., tubl.e*ck.,gargcou bulky! I&nltw. "yeyr !I.'. eemrert. yes Chic trumpet sleeve styling In
day at the home of Mr.. Bessie children's 'parents, Mr. and Jacksonville --_ pullover, cardigan*-you'll find a didnerve rmmm4 ...-...1.. They a smart floor length. Cute cotton
Faxon In Gainesville. Mrs. Donald Cooper joined the HALLMARK ChristmasCardt. I IIr ferent an* for.very woman on your Hit. are powder puff soft i'.i t. print button front ribbon tie.
Walter S. Vanderlip of family for t'he weekend. pei-HouulUed. IIL'L-: Pink, blue, mal_, 1011.

GOING era Ga. was Monday TUCk-I Mrs. Eugenia Bowden of LINGTON'S. ; 794 to 91.OO
ner guest of Mr. and Okeechdbee was visiting' Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Colbert ,
Harry Mooty. and Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale the Sr. of Tampa\ spent Mondayto
HUNTING? CHURCH BAZAAR: Saturday first of the week. Thursday of last week with "I, ,. /! 'teat
Deo. 2, 0 a-m., <416 E. Call I :Mrs. Meredith Lee of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Colbert Jr., man- GIFT i. .. 5
St. Himdwork. Baked Good. Park and Mrs. Jack Honeysuckle ager of the Holiday Inn. '
New State hrlitma* decorations. and of Palatka were Satur- Local admittances to Brad-' I.
Farm'"'CO" candy. day visitors 'of Mr. and Mrs ford County Hospital this week TOWEL
Iniuranc: iMr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper' H. A. Lawson Include: Mrs. Kathryn Lea- !
provides extra and family C. J. Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb man, Mrs. Georgia Belle gt
coverage for Mr. and Mrs Robert 'Cooper were vistlng ,their soninlawand Brown Mrs. Martha Sue SETS ;

personalInjuries and family" were Thanksgivingday daughter Mr. and Mrs Thomas Richard Smith David -mO\oQ,\ 1 SHOULDER
lost and> guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Greer in Bradehton over Qrlffls, Mrs. Callle Gainey, fNrI
equipment 3 & 4 ;
..arranged ran mulns.ndy James Cooper in 'Chlefland1.: the weekend. Lt. Jack Mc- Christopher Lovett Frankie piece gets' / CB"ocade
See Mr. and 'Mrs. ;John Buckley Comb Jr. of 'Moody AFB was Wilkes Thomas Russell, Gerald I BAGS

nebefoMJfOUJO and daughter Sarasota were home part of the' weekend.Mr. Warren, Donald Martin An- \J* 1.99 2.99
In1Yelat% vislOn* Mr. and Mrs.' David and Mrs. Paul Hutchins drew Patterson Louts Hocker, I to SLIPPER Th.nving.lh.lhingh.N
Browning over the 'weekend. and children, and Miss Ellsa Mrs (Mary Ana Grlffls Mrs. days and w'r rrallyswinging Sg?9
nap Mr., and Mrs. Hugh" L' Reklla and Jan Thompson' at- Gladys Graves and Miss Betty All Beautiful exquisitely' patterns boxed, florals for and n.veltlellile. "His triers". ". High fashioned, with;; t houUr (0 l499
Brownlee of New Orleans La. tended the Florida Methodist Criffia. all of Starke; Willis Impresslva gift giving. wry fominina with $299 bags All sins, all styles ,
were visiting Mrs. H. L Children's Home Homecoming' Harrell and Gerald Orlftl of ganulno bunny fur trim. and colors,In vinyl. and leathers. ,

I j JIERRITT\ :Brownlee and 'Tar and Mrs.J. Sunday in Enterprise. Lake Butler; Mrs. Patricia BOXED PILLOW CASE SETS Satin foam 'Insole, color, Complete. selection. of other styles,
R. Chasteen Jr. over the Mr. and Mr.. M. C. Wells Ann Toungblood and Mrs. Dee choices I sixes 410. S3.S0Va1ue II _
WILLIAMS weekend.Mr. Mrs. Saxon of Mrs. Nealie Imbold..d '--p '
I Carolyn Redgrave and Hampton; patterns, flor. $ *\ and Mrs. 117 N. and BOn of Atlanta, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kinney William! Smith of Keystone gift I INFANTCHARACTER ._
'S WalnutPb. spent the .weekend with his of Gainesville were last Heights. ; (Mrs. Edith' Benson of SLEEPWEAR :S. .. ,
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mother Mrs W. T. Gill. Wednesday and Thursday Earlton; Vernon Olin and Don- BOXED '
ddd 964-5391 'Misses Debbie Cocomise, i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brad. na Tyler of Lawtey; Mrs. Minnie LUNCHEON SETS BOOTIES PEIGNOR SETS "
ierlta! Noel of Venezuela and Locke :In Tampa. Johns of Hampton; and mDamask beautU '; ;_
Yvonne! Costello of Peurto Rico, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Underhill Benjamin. Crowe of Middle- I .....m.d., sixes' 50 x SO la .A/*% tO 4.99 W' *3.99 era '6.99: r
ando
students at St. Joseph's Academy I of Melbourne, and Mr. and burg. 60 x 90. 5.'. Include match Six animal character to choose 39. l.un..50 matching shift ; ,
ItATt HOIU.fARN PIM AnVeASUALTV COMfAnV St. Augustine were holl. J Mrs. J. S. Walker of Fort Mr. and Mrs Sidney StrIck- hag napkins. --JilJL front In dtff.r nt color. Hurry, e awn in 100% nyl.n with ,./ \;'
OffICti BLBttHmaiON, IUJN013 day: guests of Mrs. Loyree Co-, 'Lauderdale were visiting their land of Lake City were. Sun; t. th.N akivm-.- Umit.d gaenlity. yad..nd! yardt .'m...m..Y'Y' \ _, t .., '_
nyl.GOWNS n lace ana rvrne trim.
ooml e. 1 parents Mr. and .Mrs.: J. H. I day visitors of Mr. and lira.'l I Sims'-I : y,.s, .Value
1 Moncrief, over the weekend. -F.- W. Strickland. ea"OJ. .ittya Mrs.: Vesta Bond of Live i 1 r

-Announcement, 1 ,i I Tenly Oak was on Wednesday.visiting Mrs. E. D I a TOWELS/ WHEN IN DOUBT GIVE A. 1.99 to 'f3.99 t

1, (.:Mr. and Mrs. Ed Torode Mr Shift and lone loxolK ,tyl.. ,InwMatai '

and Mrs, John Torode and Jacquards-. florals I -Solids' t I ,j j Many, nyloni.'.", er and llannd.aHvt. many".'
family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill ,f diHorent lace and appllauotrlnn. .
IRMA'S BEAUTY SHOPs Torod0 of St. Augustine spent 24 X 46 $| 00 .... to ..4 largo .1'....
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the weekend at the Torode' Both,/ Size'/ G t
camp in the Scrub. PAJAMAS
Mrs. Merritt Williams was Hcndr wel .6ge
visiting her son-in-law and CERTIFICATESPORT I I $2.99to $3.99

Now Under New OwnershipAND daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wash Cloth 39 /
: ; f tee'nIML...* tricot, bruihvdravonavlan
Jr. Jacksonville over .
Taylor and llannol In.
the weekend and attended the .0 tallarod ........ty and ta'
WILL HE KNOWN ASGAYLE'S Julie CrIstina i ..h- .. Sail* ..n"MEN'S +.-,
of
christening 324O.LADIES'. ,
Taylor at St. Paul' _Methodist BRUSHED.CARDIGANS MEN'S ui t'I.

Church on Sunday. j I 1 r -.I
BEAUTY SHOP I .. p SLIPS
a 61:99 ,,
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$899
THE BRADFORD : /
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(GAYLE STRICKLAND, OWNER) COUNTY TELEGRAPH I 1 P 1te full ..,,l50bwlthhtbe' .end... .
Rich 65% wool 1, 35% !Kodel I t panels, lace trim In nylon
Published every Thursday; polyester In sharp 6 b.... ", .''n., nylon Meat. and "
no ..... felt..... Complete., MI'
ASSOCIATES ARE: at 188 W. Call St., tan.2 pocket styling. Olive" SHIRTS I "
else ranee le '.a''r" .. ...
SUrKS, Fla. 32091 blue, cognac, sixes f-Ix.4 .

Barbara Kelly and Kathleen Thomas Second class postage paid] $099 Eullgiftselectlon( '! j 1. J "; ":
at Starke Fla p s1ox xt P'is $ r ::I. "

Greet;, the gala) Holiday Season! in style, with a pretty new Subscription Rates: ** and S3.99 of ladles' under l J. : oil / "r
GOLF JACKET !
garments
># Hairdo designed to flatter your features. We're expertsat In trade area: ".00 per 4. 4 .' ..:f y r L u '
year; $2.23: .Ix months gular and I Ivy styled In

cutting, reshaping, styling) permanent waving and Hair $499 G"tron.c.tte.. and Pacronpolyester 1 PLUSH ,TOYS; S'
Outside trstdbi area: 4.50 no-Iron ....nd..

Coloring. r per year; p.00fx month. Perfect gift for tha golfer Smart he-man colors .In solids $2.99 to $6.99
on your list lookscrlspand and mini-checks.. small thru .
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Matthews, editor and n.atrway..Scolorah.k., Cut, cuddly a..lmaio. some
STARKE PLAZA PHONE 964-7332 publish i In sixes Sm thru !f. la... \f I ..tra largo. _ItK music. boxes, in bright
i : child pl.es ng cel.... P.rfect
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THURSDAY NOV. 30. 198T


Smith-Thornton Resisting Ar.estConviction Hospital Suit I Small Counties Must Take Steps impartial Maines said committee, appointing: to make an small sufficient counties funds will to not continue have

study and file recommendations their secondary road building
Smith of Wau-
Mrs. Evelyn Gets "It should ''be a committee problems. He also predictedthat
chula announces the engage- of statesmen, not politicians race track funds wouldbe
ment of her daughter, Sheila For DamagesIs To Reduce Costs Maines SaysA "
Mary Keeler to Henry Frank' Year In PrisonA he added. the cut next, for legislative small counties session., at
Maines said there was a lot
Jr. of Mrs.
Thornton son
Henry Thornton of Starke. Carthel James MistrialA warning that small Counties Will not be a financial drain! of duplication of services !Maines said that. 13 of the
Jury found within the counties, includingtax larger counties In the state
GLADYS MOOTY should do something, on the state Maines said.
Rushing Jr.. 44, a former state have already taken steps toward -
assessing, tax collecting,
about reducing their expenseof A study Is now under way
Phone last I
964-7C08 50th Anniversary prison inmate, trullty .
of theircounty
consolidation
government before the big by an tntermln committee of I I law enforcement the supervising -
Wednesday. Nov. 22, of resisting mistrial was declared in
and city governments
of registration, and other
counties Co It for them was the State Legislature, Maines
Rev. and Mrs. Col. Albert to do
l arrest by offering the civil suit for damages filed and that small counties
departments. If the city and
voiced Lake Butler attorney said which will report to the
'. Crosby will celtrate their violence to a Bradford deputy by the estate of Klzzie Strick by : "If
Elementary offices combined, should follow suit. we'don't
:" Anniversary' Hal Y. Maines in a 1909 Legislature.\. He added l county were
Golden Wedding sheriff. ]land against the Bradford could be handled at low do something for ourselves -
I they
at the Starke Rotary that particular attention is
PTA's To MeetThe afternoon. Dec. 3, John A. H.Murplrree speech
on Sunday Circuit Judge County Hospital!; In Circuit, er coat, Maines said. I they are going tochange
22. "mar
Club, Wednesday, Nov being paid to so-called
from 2:30: to 4:30: o'clock at sentenced Rushing Court here Wednesday, Nov. our county lines to put
ginal counties" that cannot Maines reviewed the history
Southslde! of small
Consolidation
Elementary the state
the Baptist pastorlum In Lin- to 12 months in us In with some big neighboring
PTA will meet In the school ,p RJlV4 den. All relatives and friends prison at RaUord. The six-! ,I 29.Grounds for the mistrial occurred counties Is a a u r e bet support themselves (financially .of the was<< and race track distribution counties, and we certainlydon't

cafetortum on Tuesday, Dec. are cordially invited to attend. man Jury was out only 15,t during the pre-trial interrogation unless they take the bull by and must depend to a large which has been so want that," he added.
extent state "If to small counties but
5, at 7:30: p.m. minutes before returning a of the jury when the horns and show that we on support. helpful
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Assistant' County AgentBclbby guilty verdict. the plaintiffs attorney, J.I can solve our own problemsand we don't go Ahead and reduce said the formulas, which have

Taylor 'will present the Bake Sale Planned It was the final trial in the Donald Bruce of Jacksonville, reduce our costs so we our own" costs, they will been favorable to small coun- 'THIS: RIGHT POINT for the
I do it for us, Maines warned. ties In the past, are now be- '
current 4-H work Court .
program on s Fall Term of Circuit asked a question pertainingto way 7write. Com In and'select
which 'presently involves about I The Little Women's Club will last week. isurance. Defense Attorney The Lake Butler attorney ins changed since the large : yput favorite ESTER-
200 have a bake sale Saturday injuries Mrs. Strickland suffered recommended that every counties have'control of the
local children. Bradford The offense occurred last]i James C. Rineman Jr., also BROOK fountain TELE-
front of the Shoe when she fell from, bed Legislature. pea.
County 1s one of six countiesin morning in "marginal county" should ap-
June 10 at the home of Mrs of Jacksonville Immediately GRAPH.
the State chosen for a new :II., i Rack on Call street. The Lily Lightfoot In Staike when moved that a mistrial be de while a patient in theBrad-' point a committee to:/study "The gas tax the small : .-
expansion 'program, which incorporate /- Wi. ': Sophomores will be in chargeof Deputy Sheriff Glen Moore'I clared. ord County Hospital.A consolidation of various counties are getting now Is
special Interest the sale which will openat Rushing for volun- second civil case scheduled phases. of county and city I.only enough to maintain secondary -,
groups In pilot projects (with ... .', !" 9:30: a.m. arrested and Indecent Circuit Judge John A. H. for trial here this week, government. The' County I roads we already Adjustable Vinyl Boos

out actual membership in 4-H ReevesRosserEngagment exposure.tary intoxication Moore testified that Murphree\ conferred' briefly. ; Mary' Ann: ''Mobley vs. the City Commission should take the have," the' Lake ;Butler attorney -I I Cover All Sixes 30 cents ea.

clUb a knife and with the two attorneys and of Starke, was canceled afteran Initiative In this respect said. He predicted that at The Telegraph.
Told Rushing pulled then admitted Rlneman's mo I IWon.
CORRECTION reached out
All parents and teachers are held it cradled In his hand. agreement wall
Invited to attend. Mrs. R. M. Reevesof Rushing refused to accompany of court Monday between theplalnt.l.tf
Mr. and Among those assltlng in suit, filed In asks _
The 1963 and the city's Inr-
mente will be served.
the the officer to the patrolcar
JacksonvUle announce serving at St. Mark's Episcopal
Retresh-I exclusive of
There will .foe an and until Deputy Moore left S.OOO damages I once company.
approaching
engagement Church dinner recently wall
!board meeting in ) marriage of their daughter. Mrs. William Carter, not Mrs. the LlKhtfoot: house, went tot I Interest and court costs for_ The .suit was the result ofan 4QkcQa vu(.

l library at 7 p.m. precedingthe j Toni Marlene, to William M. Carter a* stated. the car and forced Rushing automobile collision several
meeting. Franklin Rosser of Starke. I Into the car at the point of a jury to consider the charge of: years ago when Mrs. Mobley

Miss Reeves ia presently attending rifle. ) resisting arrest by offering. to ran. Into a city garbage truckon

The Starke Elementary PTA Powell' Beauty Academy POINT for the The charge was resisting I do violence. I SR-16 west of Starke.r.a. .
TilE RIGHT
will be entertained with a In Gainesville.Mr. In arrest with violence, but upon .
musical program 'presented by] ( Rosier was former the way ;you write. Come Public Defender R. A. Buz-[ ENJOY OUR BUFFETSERVED

the fourth graders) at their Starke chief of police for si* and edict your favorite ES-! ayl] Green's contention that

meeting at 7:40 p.m.' Tuesday, years. I TERBROOK fountain pen. no actual violence took place
Dec. 5 in the cafetorlum. I
Wedding plans will be announced Judge Murphree directed the DAILY
'AH parents and teachers are I I
at a later date. 'a r
1 1It
urged to attend. Refreshmentswill '
11:00 A.M. TO
: 9:00 I'.M.
be served. i
.
Junior Club ;, .. .
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:
Diane Starling To Meet Monday Every Day '


To Wed Mr. Snow Mrs. George Roberts Jr. will Two Hot Entrees

give a. flower arranging dem- 1 More And
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Starling onstration at the Junior Woman's "'u. I Two Vegetables"i i
of Graham announce the .
Club meeting. Monday I' -1"
engagement and approaching MorePeople ,. .
'
night at 8 p.m. Hostesses for ... ,
Assorted Salads
marriage of their daughter, the meeting will be Mrs. J. C.
'
(Diane, to Kenneth William\ McAlliater. l t'DJI DZ5IGJ IS PATZl'ITZ' t ftII kraals 0 t-
Dukes !Mrs. Larry IiZCISTZEEDI
snow, son of Mr. and Mrs and 'Mrs. Charles IIutche on. Rolls Tea Coffee

Raymond Earl Snow of 'West- Twin band of ."l l'14 Kant Gold
The executive (board will Are Discovering the Added to '
field, Maas.
Dessert ]
meet tonight (Thursday) nt recall her with lus j .
Miss Starling is a 1968 grad 'wedding day e e e a 'M.
7:30 the home of Mrs the I
uate of Bradford High' School 1 : p.m. at Pleasure of Dining at t :
Robert synthetic nth month ,
and la now employed: InGainesville. Sapp. trous stone to

Mr. Snow is a 1965 mark the tack her childrenWoodburn's J45 ; 'to'
birthday of ; of ) t.
graduate of Westfleld Trade UDC LuncheonThe TO-RENA RESTAURANTU. -....:.- ?
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School and is etatloned with 1
the U. S. Navy at CecU Field, W. T. Weeks chapterU. t STARKE,' FLA. rl :.
Jacksonville. l n. C. will have a Christmas S. 301 NORTH Gem Jewelry
Curtis Edwards
Restaurant Manager
luncheon at the HolidayInn
:A garden ceremony 1s I No Better Food Served Anywhere
Wednesday. Dec. 6, al
planned at the home of the on. 109 E.. Call St. Phone 964.5211
I 12 followed 'by a short I .
noon
bride on Saturday, Dec. 2, at I-
I business meeting.
4 p.m., with a reception fol I
lowing.
AH friends and relatives are

Invited to attend ._ H I--
au I *

Linda Joyce Ruis ( &


I Is EngagedMr. the top gift iQoks, ofI' 'i

'and Mrs. Arthur Masters
I announce engagement and !" ._ I .


daughter.approaching' Linda marriage Joyce of Rul their. 1 Top for every gal' on your gift list, l Nt up with the dazzling white of KODEL. CHf.or data perfections, romantic and feminine ,In, 65% : '.' $k4

to ElILa Griffis, son of Mr. and J Kodelpolyester-35, % cotton that' permanently pressed to keep its charm and poise through countless carefree sudsinw.: Sizes 7-is and 3240. ,, ,aYe, ,
!Mrs. Hubert Grlffls of Ralford. ti
Miss Rule is a 1967 graduate y I.Ar
of Bradford High School ell '
and Is employed as secretary \ A. Lacy spacing and a nod to the east,

at the University of Florida. B. Rouser ruff ler with a dandy attitude,
Mr. Grlffls la a 1967 graduate s._

of Union County High I C. Trig tucker all tied up,' ...- e Iv\\
and is alNorton's
School employed :KPOELft
D. Serene collar and a fall of ruffles,
Home Improvementin ,,3
w -.-...... 1
Lake City.Garden 1' I:. Shirt 'Impressive front \
puts up In ,': ,
aa.= :.::-.t"__ LZJ- o

Club Aid ', F. A tickle of ruffles flicked with Jet, ;

Sanctuary ProjectThe J, G. Puritanic way to get a bow, ,
p
Ott H. Dandiest wayto have ball, 7
met
Starke Garden Club _

Monday night. at the home of ,,;; L' Ervs_ .yfrothingfestiveair? \ .
Miss. Mae Parker 'with several U

visitors present.Mrs. i "G'
I A. Russell Norman 'pre ,Tj r ( 4 :
sided over the meeting and : r 5 t7't

each member was asked to $800A. f jf \
give 25c as a Christmas gift : 11

to help in the preservation of 7 WStump's
\ the Cork Screw Swamp Sanctuary l
The club voted to selecta 0
I .
flower to study this year

and the day lily was named.,
,> 4 t'.l / Yj\ 7\

: Mrs. McKnight \ I

I Is Honor GuestMrs. r
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Nursing
Arlen McKnight G j : ,
Director of the Bradford .
County Health Department

"was' honored at a small partyat
the Clinic on Nov. 22 In .
recognition of her 20 years of
I service with the Health De I' % ,

partment.Mrs. .
I McKnight was present

I ed with a 20 year service pin.
Eighteen members of the Clintc -

staff and Nursing unit were

on hand to enjoy the occasion

i ; l
Recent BirthsMr. .


and Mrs. Harry Stallings
of Gainesville announce the J\< 1

birth of a daughter Laurie

Nan on Nov. 26 in Alachua ,12PJJ
Hospital. 0') 0' F' r/
General .. ,0 l p ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings o :
of Tallahassee announcethe : _
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birth of a son. John Jeffery -

on Nov. 22 in Tallahassee
Maternal / t
:Memorial Hospital.
grandparents are Mr. and'Mrs.

Denver Devrick of Lake 'Bed- .

ford J
vnwr
Bradford County Hospital 0 L
announces the following: 'births: \ r.

Mr., and Mrs. Tyre Shepard I .
Thomas HI, Lake Butter a.on.
Jeffery Lee, Nov. 21. 1 ,S + t

Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Griffia. (" '
Danette fl I /
Starke. a daughter. 0
Ann, Nov. 23. 13. I ad

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wayne Store
Toungblood. Hampton. a son. n Dept.

Larry Wayne Toungblooa Jr.. '

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_ ..:.Section Paye! _Four BRADFORD OOTTNTT TT.t.BORApn. HTAKItB. rtOfttD/C THtm DA!" N'O!: 1,6-!,
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him, after the tatter1" swore to lenged for the Group 5 post I tnnnc Sh. Precedent Set artrtlflon to the .11- Starke OMf and Rlub, r
!h"d. unrt in Oevntry I
I the truth of the statement by Marvin Rosier who's seek- stIng Pin Shop Club House
Included In it. Bates. said he ing to give the council It. :I. i-onMriiti, co-mplftn IrilKK- Hturk Gulf A Country "c'liib.
In Perjury Trial had been present at the June first man and wife team. lIon and Sprinkler System (In- Inc.Uen
10" will and mor Motley, Fremdent
30 hearing; Darby testified Wife Louise Roster Is Just cluillnii tor) pump 11/30 ft 1214In IT'S .EASY TO WRITE
One) that he had received the writin ending the first year of a 4 SelM I !leil, rcKiirdlnif( of *xl .tIliK t-
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question. two year term and doesn't tt-)iole' Uolf Course The Cnuxr ........'. (.mrt >fiirmiriira
least five year". sayIng tha Nalbors took the stand and have to run. Wnll"5. Installation l nnrtltlonH. of In cxlsllnn"Qtlltk- P..h..... No.("......r. ........1.... In RESULT-PRODUCING' WANT ADS

Nabors' coiwlcL.n. proved he testified that a couple of "Jail James Crawford, 49yearoldbrick 61 nb 'house tn He: Estate of Damon Dell
was aware Uiit gtatemen house lawyers" told him they layer is challenging Incumbent H. Improve existing/ parking. Dice..."'..

made. In the writ were faJa would got him out by meansof Paul Dlnkins for the lot 1 Kni'li' hid must 1 bi ncitimpnn- NOTirw! Trt cfiBmTOtta!: (
:Maximum penalty) for a perjury an appeal, and that on Group 1 post. He says he's l led by n ,'..rtln.$ ." uhnpk' or bid Damon All creditor T>ell, rientouaeil.nt the are estate here.by of Follow these simple! rules to make your Want Ads bring better results.
20 of a carton of cigarettes bond made puva'ble to I tho : notified and .e'II1I1'.d tn rue
Is payment making no promises he
years. may
Owner, and to tIm Farmer In print.
labors'- case i la one ot the one of them preparedthe not too able to keep but does flnm Administration! In any they claims may have or demand aK lnit said. which eatut Remember, a good Want Ad Is nothing more than salesmanship !

first the state has chosen to wrIt promise to "just try to do the the amount of five p..rc..ntIG In the office of the Coun- when telling
,..llII. of Write Want Ad In the friendly style use
( /0)) tif (he ( amount your same you
prosecute although CIrcuit He said he saw a rough best I can. the hlil tv .judge tit nrndfom County,

Court officials claim much ot draft of the writ and that it DlnJtlns who is seeking his A pifrrurmiinie.. and! pnvtnentbonil : Florida., Florida In the Court within house six, calendar atStark. friends and neighbors about what you have to offer.
.
their time i la taken up going contained no false statements, second consecutive term on the In. (ii. amount"'.. of 1(tOper months front date of. the
over mountains of writs and but added that he had not had board but? has served severalin will' rent DA inlreil,i.C. the (from.ntra"the Price mitrceNHful firm ,pn 1>I lout Ion of this notlcn

petitions! / submitted !by prisoners time to Inspect the writ? 1n past years, says he Is wag. Milder, lOac'h In writing rlalm and or l demand must, stats must the b. Don't Abbreviate. : Don't be Penny-Wise and Pound-

many of which' contain, final form as It was presented. Ing an active campaign. The Th. ,Owni-r 'Mir\i'a. the right place of residence. and pout office Foolish:
to iejrt finv nr all hldn Surveys and studies prove that most
adrtroBH and
as on* official'put It, "not on. Under cross-examination by election Is about as hot row Copies of th> Construction of the claimant sense to eliminate
It makes good common
bust ha sworn to by the claimant Want Ad readers do not like or understand -
whit of truHh." Duncan he admitted that the as its going to get Din.kins Plans, Hpei, 'Ifli'iitlnnH.. ..".1 l bIt Contract lib.IlIln.,1 his agent or bill .attorney, abbreviations. Make it easy for unneeded words from your Want
The court hopes the ease basin for the statements in the says and he thinks he's doing IxiCMltnt-ntH" may or It will buconie void aciordlnic.
from the office of llarrlH law people to respond to your ad don't ruin the
will establish a preceden writ had been supplied by him pretty good. The councilmansaid H. (flr..n. Oonmiltlnir. KnKlnoer. to Ad, but make sure you
Robert
/ / Dell them
realize document. 107 Went I'nlveraltyAvenue don't keep guessing with abbrevieffectiveness of Want Ad by making -
making prison tnznates to Ole writer of the his campaign was hampered ROBERT: DBH your
.
(ifiilneHVllle Florliln A ations.I'ui
they cannot submit false In asking for a conviction, MOnday and Tuesday I ('h"rlr" of $15.no will be made Executor Dell. deceaned.KiiKene of the Instate!.: of Damon it incomplete. Remember' you're not
documents) without chance of Duncan Bald the case was one When\ he had to stay indoors for such. net or I'lani Specif I : F. Uhaw placing a Want Ad to save money .
sfOnscutltn. of the most Important of his because of Illness, but he's'back nations. none and of Contract which will I>ooumentN bdreVndeiI. Kl'QBNB!: V HHAW Yourself In the Prospects Shoes you're inserting your ad to get resultsGive
Witnesses. for the state Included career, In that it pointed the street 123 South' Walnut Streethitarke .
on ,
iq, now. I !. Florida full Information and all the details and make money. Making your ad too
Raymond Marsh member :' the need for honesty on the Perspective, Plans t lddera the may examine Attorney for Executor about what you have to offer. short may save a few peonies that lose
of th. State Parole Commission part of a person taking an theMB at office NOV. 30 it 12/21 terms dollars in.results.
Industry Set Describe your offerIng la benefit you
Jim Reddish and H.
oath.Duncan tell offer
c.Bates, :III, classification of- said hundreds of prospects why your And It Is Easy To Order Your Ad:-
satisfies their needs. Give sizes, dimeiv
fleers at the prison, and< such writs are filed In court: For Schools ANNOUNCEMENTSAFE.BUY
.Ions Want Ad-Visors will
capacity condition advantages Trained
Charles Darby clerk of circuit here, and that 'those Suing competent
And don't forget price! Want Ada help you word your ad for boot poaalble .
ooert. them must show reaped for
REAL
Marsh, testified that Natoors the courts. (ICOntinued From" Page One) ESTATE without price are 50% less effective results. All you do Is pick up your

had a .hearing at the prison on. After a short period of deliberatIon county. Annoum-p. with pleasure the able: amUtnnce of Mr. F..... than ads with price. telephone and they
June 30 1966, and thai? the the jury returned Supt. Casey said the School wIard |D. Mc-Murrar, who has recently joined. the .sales
defendant waived the right to with its verdict. of guilty Board will -have to control l the force of th. Sufc-Iliiy Steal. Estate Agency located. on Rt. For 15 Words
an... attorney at the time and Members of the Jury were type of Industry going into >, mark*, Fla., 4 mIles north on U.S. 801.'Mr McMurray Only $1

also admitted he had violated Robert M. McRaa (foreman)J.. the old Brooker school sinceIt and :\Yahiwright, ao member.. of th*..SafsrBuy Agency
his parole. Owen Simmons, L. L. Dyal,, Is immediately adjacent to I can! render a valuable servIce\ to thin. _tlosi of the> State
ReddIsh said he notarize Paul Bennett Henry Loper the new building. by capable! trustworthy and experienced' service..In lint
the writ Nabors presented to and William R. Nelson. Casey also noted that the Ings allowing. :,, mdvertlNlng and muling. all type: of Real
.. school board has not met officially -I Kfttuta. Take advantage :of Sufe-Biiy Agency national advertising 'TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED. ADS
program that reaches hundred.. \.thounands. of
on the Issue but said '
CUBB Closing prospective buyers dally.
; snce four of the board members GET RESULTS
CHARGE': FOR LISTING OR ADVERTISING
12 \Wife. were present at both NO
Out Of Funds meetings the agreement will
receive official action next When You Want to Buyor, I Sell Real Estate

Custom Made (Continued From Page One] Tuesday, Dec. 8, at the SEE CALL'OR WRITE PHONE 964.6305 -
For Florida Living monthly] board meeting. I '
tending school. During tIhe Casey said he was assuredby McMURRAY & WAIN WRIGHT, 'I'. 0 Box -53S
Get MOM school term the students will Florida Development Commission -I
YOU I for Your $ S be allowed to work 10 hours Representative Gene''I Starke Flu. 32091 Ph. 901-964-6818 or 964-6011

per week and up to 30 hours Cavanaugh during the Flor- .
No Salaried or Commissioned during the summer vacation.In ida Crown Council Chamber ,-I.

Employees: other action, the CUBa meeting here Nov. 23, that -_--. -I _
Board: industries for the two build- .-
DAD &: BRAD LARSEN -Approved bills totaling $29- ings can be located in a few ----i
LIKE TO WORK 709 for the period from Oct. months. '
31 to Dec. 15. Conduct and _

YOU Benefit! Administration. 4.364; Home MOTION T Jb
Health Aide Project $1.818; Sealed bid will be rwplvffl ,
Clay Head Start 1.215; Brad- In the office of the Superintend,
ent. Florlila. !State' Prlaon, Ka|.
AH Sizes in Display! ford. Head Start, $1.684: Clay ,
ford Florida,
up to and not ---- -
.
8-10-12 Wide $12.851; Conduct and Administration later than 10'III" AM, I3HT, December
IVi [NOV.], $2,119; Clay 15, 1967 for the Hale of I USED VACUUM eleaners re1 .
Baths : CARL BEGGS
'uli>wond and Tree T-rftnffth Timber I
Neighborhood Service Centers
located on the Florida State conditioned $16 up. 10 different
and Expandable [INov.l], $3680 and bills due F'rlnon property. IUd form. may If you find your name among the Classified Ads, Gulf Service name brands to choose front
Dec. 115. Payroll taxes, $813, he. obtained by contacting the I
Parts & excellent al
repairs
above office come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO
i USED PARTS
and .
New and, Used payroll U,191.'Interest 11/30 2t 12/7 makes. KIRBY SAXES 4.
Top Price forkeel [:'ars
!
.. FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- SKRVICE 712 N. Main, Gaines.
.I.Yr. financing available High In Sealed."VI'rATIO'blda will FOIL be Illn received I 24 Hour Wrecker Service I wile' 3TO-7110. tfch

.. Theatre 'Passes in.MTFft .
by the Starke Qolf and Country Fuel Oil .
Club! Inc., (hereinafter referred I
Use Our Rental-Pur Lawtey Vote to aa the "Ownor") for tha AAA S! &: II Green'! Stamp I I AT LAST!
chase Plan tonatruotlon& of additional 1mirovementi -
-Payments HASTINGS MATTRESSI
to the exlntlnf club V Hwy. 301 N. Waldo I A HOME OWNERS
Under $50 Per Month [Continued Prom Pal": One] aellltlea, on or before 200: 0'- CL..J..IliD AD I 1& UPHOLSTERY WORKS I.' 448-1998 I I.
clock P. M. Eastern Standard iiiIW BATKI. 10 Lemon 5$. Falatki. :. POLICY
als were hit11 harder. Both the Tints Ort'TueMay, 'December 15, 1 ...... LACY CONWAY I, For Mobile
ft Homes
1967. at the Club Hotiiw of the tlp WOeS.Each .1-.8'.00 I' Furniture Repaired II
candidates for mayor expressed: t FLYING SERVICBlFLJOHT
concern at the Increase in State Owner Road near murks.No. 9,10,Florida at which on ( word ..*. 1C '._. TExtrM I, Upholstered &: Refinished I I INSTRUCTION. Air- : That Qualify

NOWlj faxes but not in services. time and and place read all aloud.bide will bepwned rharxe If not MATTRESSES REBUILT I plan. rentals Greyhound Bus : CALL TilE MAN MASONRY

Mayor Shuford said he suggested The work to be. done shall : Scud !. edOa.e.MnMOIIIAI.5 ." --Ja New Innersprlngs Charter Keep your party together I FROM KEYSTONE

Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE an increase In garbagetax onelHt of the following i HK8OM: rosS : and Box Springs charter a bus. Phone I George E. LaRue
:, which he thinks would 1. Construct two ((2) Tennis PAINTS ...eD.. per ...Gdd 964-6090. tfchf MATERIALS
I (Court Drop 17> A Con-d or Call I '
INSURANCE AGENCY
have been fairer to all citizens 2. Construct one. (1) Main CARD Or V'lIA'NKS'
"but .. .... ___ PALATKA EA B-9166 INSURANCE Ready Mix Concrete, ConCrete -
Full Lake Privileges they went off wild 110 ... .. o. a. oBark Keystone Ilts. "73. 692
ward .v.P M _..o-l AT REDUCED RATES Block Sand :Rock
Homestead Exempt as turkeys and doubled every THE RIGHT POINT for the MRS. PEGGY SHAIXEB "

Financing thing." the way you. write. Come in 209 E. Adklna St. AUTO. FIRE, BOAT FOR RENT Furnished 1 Cement, Mortar\ Steel! Oyster I

None of the council candidates I and select your. favorite ES SILVER SANDS LAKE Startle, AgentTTPmwRrrER DOYLE E. CONNERINSVRANXE and 2 bedroom apartments StoU Umerock. Roof

I In the two races thinks TERBROOK fountain pen. $2,700 to $3.500 :, AGENCY Unfurnished 2 bedroom Gravel Prvcswt IJntel and

Lake Geneva I the tax increase will be an TELEGRAPH GATOR ONE LAKE ttchs- house. W. H. Kollman SICN1 Window Sinn Everything

Issue Goucilwoman In Tuesday's Barbara vote. Jordan -. $3,575 to $4,275 Myer Power Tools Cherry St. tfcha for BtuBonry jOonitructlon.Bradford .

Trailer SalesO running for her second EASY TERMS I Area' Headquarters For 1404 Pratt Street In Starke .> -
straight term says she's been '6 ...
Boot 100. On Mil SK too busy tending to her young I -, I# .1(aMl.B,*iiel:'. toirctio WAUm. iv '',;jj.L'-'i;: c. Keystone: Heights MrCuiIvch! Chain Sawn living and dining area,

Keystone Heights family to politic as much asshe'd .;;Jn CMMDir Of.***lOwt M.nl MU uua OM implies 473-4740 or 473-4153: : n r ia it I Pumps & Water Systems hardwood floor, lots of closet

Open Sun. & Eveninaw like. She is being chal- ': = HMM ANO aun.ni. Phone: 473-418 I Briggs & Strattoo Engines space, hot water heater and
\I ..( or : SaleAt Rentals Bale. Sen'Ice Quaker Space heater, car port Engineering Co. ':
----- ---- For AH Furpo FOR SALE.-,BRICK. HOUSE V\ I I 230 N.E. 16th Ave.Oalnesvllle and large utility: ; lot 119 x
Better Homes Furniture Co. <5* rea4Y, for occupancy.: :3 I bed-! I 876-8411 120. fencediln, back yard, patio Phone Stark

When Comfort is on 1200 8. Edrewood Ave. room 1H bath. Located just tfchg I and cook-out. A real bargain -
for
Jacksonville Florida 32!nj outside of city limits In 1100000. A. J. 9645403STILL

mind Plnebreeze. Easy monthly I FOR RENT-4 room and bath Thomas) Realtor. Tel. 964-5701
your
a terms. Longohamp Const Co. I RENTALS: furnished apartment. Call 964- WAITRmSSES WANTED _

HAMMONDORGAN Contact Bufoid .Mitchell.I Day.: week or monlh.-Brad-: 6852.. tfchg Apply In person. The Longhorn TIME TO JOIN Tap\
'
pone 964-6353) p. O. Box
WillIqd I ford County Telegraph. Phone FURNISHED apart- Restaurant 301 Dancing Classes. Applicationsalso \
STUDIO garage
Put J 238 Starke., tfctwFURNISHED. : 964-6308. South.2tp
Personality on your tf 11-30
ment for rent at KlngsleyLake. being taken for Ballet
feet I These designed : Factory. Authorised .,Will accomodate a bachelor Aero etc. Phone 964-1098. tf
for the woman on the P. .. Hammond Orgaa APARTMENTS REAL ESTATE or a couple. Call Mrs. REGISTERED ANGUS

go featuring a cush- '((17J 8al e. A Servlo Modern, furnished, one-bed BUY-' SELLTRADE Pauline Torode 533-2301. FOR SALE I FOR RENT3 bedroom cot

ion insole, comfortablewedge '' T.SSZfl to ptoy the _,. way THANK YOU NOTES-Beau- room apts. Avallalbla immedi Bill, POWELL tfchg Cows with calves at aide andre tage' on Kingsley Lake year
tifully engraved la gold orliver. bred; Bred Cows or Heifers round. furnished.
ately. Alr-condltloned. Next to ; Attractively
11* N. 10th .
W. AT
heel, the softest -4. '. $1.25 for box of 25, Including Brad. Hlgft Seftool. See Mr. Real Estate Open Heifers; Bulls; Bred I Fuel oil and gas heat. MrS. J.

leathers. So light andaajrxuuif 0eIDenWe. Dopptq Ceategr envelopes. Bradford Frees, the resident manager. 404 W. Mu-lison-. !St.! PUMPSNEW Grade Heifers to calve In the W. Klncaid, 964-7831. tfohg
... _. .. _
: -- # -
"" | ;yuu tail lur- I IA.k County Telegraph. tfI :Ph. 964-6189! after 5r30 p.m. Phones: Oft. 964-6484 spring.
. get you're wearing I 4\ I Ctchg 13-31 AND USED T. W. BAKER & SONS I A. J. THOMAS, LIcensed Real
NO. 557-Priced Right! 43 1 SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Phone Keystone 473-4704 or Estate BrokerSpecializing
shoes!
- I acres with creek. Good location -.; I WE BUY Died furniture,, api & Shallow Wells write P. O. Box 2, Lake Gene. I In sales and appraisals -

. Black and Tan V:4Mzci.; for poultry farm. Just' Beat Time To Buy i I pUance ''or anything of value Water Softeners & Filters VB. Fla 32660. 4tchg 1123| I of Real Estate for
- $7700. Terms. I Dahmers Discount House, 964. .private corporate and estate
- NO. MO two Miles Out. 3 I OffJSeason Prices 7923. tfchf ..Expert Service On owners. 30 years of experienceIn

-:' acres on U. S. 301. Older I New & ,Good Used All Makes I Florida Land matters.
FOR RNTUnfurnished: 3 Phone 964-7061 WANTED :
home. Only $5500.STR0T.rr I Starke Florida. Te' P64-S7Q1
bedroom house. Easy walking'
REALTY; LawnmowersFIHESTONESTARKE
I PUMP
4 2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke I distance to shopping area. DURRANCE FURNISHED ONION. CABBAQE pJants.Hiway .
Fla. ((904)) 964-6609 I Ph. 964-5403: tfchff AND SUPPLY CO. : 16 to Hlway 229 4th

\ ROOM house on right Terrell HeU-
SINGER AUTOMATIC: I FOR SALE-3 English Setters, bronn Sprlnga
Up
CONSOLE MODKt FOR RENT Lake cottage!I well marked male and female, I TIlE RIGHT POINT for the

799 ZIO ZAG SBWTNO MACHINE completely furnished. Central I litter mates, whelped 10-10- way you write. Come' In Merton F. ClarkFor DID YOU KNOW lt'3 easy to
Blind stitches, buttonholes! heating and air conditioned,I i 66. Just turned 1 yr. old. Excellent I and select your favorite ES own a Longchamp Home?

Charley decorates, ette.? Original price 3 bedroom home oti Crystal blood lines. Registered TERIIROOK fountain pen. disabled veteran Better built for Florida Ur-
$300. Has balance 61.20 or Lake. 100 feet off paved road. : American Field. Just right Ing. Your plans or ours.
A classified ad In the Tele-
E.Johns. reliable party In this area can Available Dec. 1 Phone 964- agt to start training flash I t craph brings result. with right to use the Your lot or ours. Contact Bu-
assume $8 monthly payments 6912 '1 Itchs pointing now. sacrifice (100. ford Mltche.1 phone 964-

Phone Jacksonville COLLECT Contact Z. O. Arlington. 1S61 ANTIQUES Electric Appli family's TV set, and use 6853 P. O. Box 238, atarke.
353-1946.:> Ask for Credit Man FOR RENT-Purnlahed nice I Hotly Oaks Lake Road East, tfcCigWALKER :::
ager. Will deliver no obliga bachelor apt. near BHS Jacksonville 7212378. ances. Toys. Clothing. Electric: of room it is in.
I tlon. Btchg 11-30 Private entrance and.: parking; 2tcJi 12-' Toasters. 12.25. Electric Irons : FEMALE Hound
about this question: ISO month. Renner Apia, 633 : $1.95. Phonograph Records came to my house. Have by
I JOB WANTED as Doctor'. receptionist. MoMahone Phone 1 M4-4370. FOR SALE-3 HP outboard 25c each. Toilets Commodes co; :Mr.! O. C. BullardR. Identifying and paying ad.

"Fire damage to the apartment Phone 964-6947. tfchc engine '56.00; Garden tractor $8. Stoves,. Heaters $3 up. F. D. No.1Appleing. Robert Dobbs. 8 ml. west of
hundred. All
Brick kind
I own forced out my Itohg I, walking type" with plow disc, $5 Stark on RoM 100. Up
HORSES boarded and trained. of stuff. Come out and browse
cultivator and
tenants for four months FOR SALE-Heavy duty tractor Rope horses my specialty. Also Call 9647474. mower $150.00.Up around.. We buy sell. and trade Ga. FOR SALE -Petunia Plants

during: repairs. I lost $1800 trailer. Also 100 bales of horse shoeing. Bill Sherwood anything-Old GrUlsnad- better shrubbery Azaleas

in rent. Is there insurance hay. Phone 964-7679 Saturday Ph. 064-6742 Itchg FOR SALE-1967 Moped Cycle Ing Post 2 3-4 miles north of and Caminias for less. Fer'
to reimburse for loss of or Sunday Itclxg used 10 hours. $90.00. L..K.Whltehead. Starke on 801 Open 4 days a H7.000 PLUS REGULAR austIn Nursery Ralford Road. \
Advertised in rental income due to physical HOUSEKEEPER wanted-$25per 984-6512. tchg week. 8 ajn to 9 'pjn. Closed CASH BONUS< for man over Ph. 964-6227. tfchg :
Seventeen, week, S day week. To live Sunday atp) 13-' 40 in Starke area. Take short
Mademoiselle and damage to the rental WANTED TO RENT Jan. 1sta in if possible. Leslie 0. John- sT-.22 automatic rifle, at trips to contact customers LOST-Male Beagle 2 yr. old I
CosmopolitanBlack units 1"Charley modem close in unfurnished lIOn. Rt 2 Box IM Starke. Itp Keystone dump. If found, FOR SALZV 1 Automatic gas air mall J. A.Dtckerson President Vicinity of Farmers' Market. !
two or three bedroom please call Lamar Johnson hot water. !heater, $13; 1 bath- Southwestern Petroleum Contact Bob AllenReward.. I
$699 E. John house in Starke. Responsibleman FOR SALE Quaker Space 783-3254. Lawtey. 3tp 12-14 tub and plumbing $23; 1 Mitchell Corporation, 534 N. Main St.. 964-5703. Up t
and White and wife. Phone 964- Heater. 35.000 BTU. Forced air Fiberglass 1I&. b06'. $60: Fort Worth. Texas 76101.
Agency 7679 Saturday or Sunday. gas heater. Empire wall type. 1966<< FLt'W J.Jl TRAILR 4 Jalousie windows. $15: 1 It chC THE RIGHT POINT: for the \

STUMP'S DEPT. STORE j 131 S. Walnut St. ".000 BTU. excellent condition 12'x60', 2 bedrooms. $200 equity lavatory, $10: 1 carbine rifle the way you. write. Come In
PRONE 96-t-5e7 FOR SALE- :2;1 Stud Ponies. s. DeVce. corner Orange take up payments., Call $60. like new. Ph. 964-5951 A classified\ ad In the Tele- and srlect your. favorite ES-

r P& 804-6563.: I and Adjcln fits. 1U I I 61-6809. 4tp '12-15 ;i 1.La.ta.yette.St.. 'It.cbs I rraph brings result. TEBBROOK fountain pen.






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RRADPORf M11N'TT..Tr.t.r.nR.p"-' }. 'FLO'RIDA .. -- -...

._.....-...,....-DAY' NOV. 30, 1967With .. :.$
from the Mtata Purob. '" Com- 11

..a....:I Building: mission.niexhem Room Building 112.I TallahR.Wllllnm..D..

New District EOC Florida. ""-.A1..y\ .


II 'To.Q Be| Dedicated. ;. .. d December 7th tower NOTICE E.uutlve" -TO!-Director11aa BIDDERS III U/ n 1 The Ultimate in Electric PortablesELECTRA20 :

helpsto will be received
I A 178-foot radio SeAled ,bids ,
d -re'1J Using' Pearl Hattoor Day asa I I
4 maintain contact with the( until December 1 on timber
;h Backdrop for a Continuingneed during 18 North Florida counties 'the located 6p property of Ever-I
\ for preparedness ; Is responsible (or J'a.ptl headquarters green
She ttuefear Age, North Florida Emer supporting. In addition to functioning Lawtey. off Highway> 199. BId THERE'S SO MUCH MORE/
$102,400 In total war disaster be mailed or delivered t. A.
will a may TRY IN
<
Center AND
aliY gl gency Operating TO SEE
Dec. 7. the emergency center Cecil Crawford:!; Sr.( Lavrtey \ ,
USA
Thursday '
OVNCtI COME
be dodior! tn
\ i S : SMITH-CORONA.
1 I be 'called the "H. WTar'kingtQABultding" will also be used to coordinate Fla.;. ot f Mr Inez Bryce Law-
/ It will I WHY
; In honor functions during'natural dis I The church reservesthe F 6ET TODAY AND SEE
; ley.; FU. "" '"'"
.ft'_ State Director of Civil Defense The public! Is Invited bids. PORTABLE-FOR YOUR OFFICE YOU ALL THESE,
since July 13. 1968.D4dtcatidn' :. \Dec! 7.ceremonies, which will I 2t chg. 1130| I HOME-by SMITH-CORONA ".
:' address wHl be begin at 10:00: a.m. The program ,r AT ASSURANCES .,..
has been arranged all. example of SmithCorona' .
delivered ''by Rep. Eugene Here's a perfect 1 '
follows: I master craftsmanship! A complete .
Shaw. .
9:49 a.m. Music Bradford SEE built into a handsome / I
facility located at : L.- elaclrto; typewriter """ ,
The new
w.
,.,,
west County High School Band.. I portable. So many conveniences: t '
830 Edwards National Road' Just Guard 10:00: a.m. Invocation. \ "HINEIGHBOR" Inexpensive Changeable Type T" for lan '"........'".".,;} .
of the new *" .
"
9,000: 10:05: a.m. Pledge of Allegiance \ science: and math. Page Gage GUARANTEE Any Smtttw. .
Armory la a .one-story C. : w pages automatic electric Corona branch ottlo will '
C.
Professor ,
main bearing .
built to Jeweled
\ .. '
square-foot structure 1w' shift and raolica without ahanxcpt >
electric
I .
against: fallout Anderson. repeat actions even @ < tot labor andHipping
<
protect occupants nuclear attack. 10:10: a.m. Introductionof .pac I 01. It has everything .. plus a 12: ) an* part,that.
effect
of a -- oi
Ae EAS ( within"
H. H. Everett. with ? for king-size J jobs. pn' M dalMAIv' *
Its 20-Inch concrete walls and dignitaries }, 1 carriage !I....of pura.....data.
Rowan Sf Martin Jeflerwm Airplane 12-Inch ,reinforced concrete Everett. $MITB dNt1 Nn .labor .h.... within.
Bobble\ Gentry.Special Gum Stan fac I 10:20: a.m. Dedication Addreas JIM WATSON ',r 110 claYII of pureh-'
protection
it a $
give TNiC
roof EtET all parlaept
eovara
Sergio Motile If: Bratll'**in color,on NBfrTV. Rep. Eugene F. Shaw Warranty. motor,. rapesdFslaet
100. '
November)0,7MMESTi:3a.7MCn: : ; : : ; ,. tor of living are .10:60" a.m. Remark, Col. t'.l1RTAf IEI : t ( ,, pare* .n.rey c.lI.or,
,Office .,and apace Tarklngton.. And OnDECEMBER This vinyl-clad carrying cast -- chll.er attar 90 dayt.' '
glared to take care of a staff H1W. ., Open House. Is yours at so additional eharftl Dtxi not cover damaia
46 civil defense specialists ;: a.m. 4 from accident or mlaunaand
Qf weeks. Music, Bradford County ....nd.only to orlgInal -...
4' P over a period>> of two I .
School Band. i C ownar.Yes
1C can operate Independently High iI Heat Special: Guest ;
l S'utilities.. I s I complete selection::.
BIG-SCREEN SPACE I of pufbll< we carry a
GEORGEHUGGINS
;: of models, colors and type stokst"BRADFORD ::

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE p.p. m.m.;; Evening,, Worship_ 7:30: i It's true! Everything you could want .;:.

for Foreign Monday District Conference In an electric typewriter-the speed
Week of Prayer wi
Bradford County Agent touch. fare "
Missions De. 310. in WlUlston. 3 p. m.: tho case,that professional
Sunday Brotherhood Meet- Commission on Membership 6:45 A.M. all in this stylish Smith-Corqna, :
iir ing and Breakfast. 7:30: a. m. and Evangelism, '7:30: p. m. 'I .. .
Sunday School. 9:49.: Morning Tuesday WSCS' Executive .
.
11 Sermon Board Meeting. 9:30 ,
Worship at : 11.1 on v '
Shall This Child Be?" m.. WSCS 10 a. m.
THE MOST "What \
TRUSTED .
NAME 6:15. Evening Wednesday Bible Study ;
Training Union : POWERFULCHANNEL
'z I If "Cross-' and., Meeting! 7:30: p. "
W' TELEVISION Worship, 7:30: sermon. 1 : Prayer \
IlR Ing Over Jordan." m. 12 TELEGRAPH .
Monday -Ida Darby CircleIn Thursday Chancel Choir I COUNTY ,
charge of Week of Prayer Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. ,
program at church. "Latin Friday Junior Choir Rerhearsal 1 WFGATVJACKSONVILLE I
,' 9 a. m. ."
American Churches 3 p. m. I '
R. A. meeting.. 6 P. m. Dea- .'
con's Meeting 0 p. m. M- CHURCH OF GOD I I I, ,
I i -
Street Baptist "
Madison
Nlarht.
: TM KEUANOMod.l Church, :30-p. m.Tuesday ., ,, I 422 N.School Clalr 10 Bt a.. m.Stark"I.Worship ,"- ," .... '}'" ...
'CJ 33" Sunday
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-w 4.1 t2'&.*..282 KI.In.plctur i -Lorena Epperson Services 11 a. m. and 7 ;


RCAVICTOR.wiisr. TV Cirole Prayer Choir Missions practice In program charge" 9 and."Orient a.:of, Sunbeams m.Week Junior MedIcal of-, p.m.-RevyL Prayer.m.;,YPE Meeting.,Wednesday. S. Williams Friday 7' p.pastor 7:flt p., ONE HECK OF A SALE! !


Compact cabinet with big rectangular screen.20000. 3:30: p. m; Primary Choir
volt chassis (design average) features long-lift $$1 A95 Practice' 4 p. m. MORGAN CHAPEL
transistors in key circuits 5'"oval speaker. 7 7 "V.T. Wednesday -S. S. Super
morning -
intendent's Cabinet Meeting Sunday School, 9:4a.:

THIS CABINET DESIGN IN 6 charge p Jn.of Ethel Week Biggs of Circle Prayer In Union Worship 6:19.: Evening 11. Worship Training Introducing The 68 Chrysler and Plymouth in This Area .. rIIcK

program. "Africa'/ Evangelism. 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer Meeting 1
COLOR 409 7 p. m. Church Choir Practice,. 7:30.:
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1:45.I : -Bob Ii.. Cooper pastor. '
Thursday Helen Master. !
293 SQ. INCHES I Circle in charge of "Mld l< : 50,000MILE

East Teaching" 9 a. m. INVITATION IIVHTATB ".. Bin t( F AI E' E .
PIIIK'II"l IMf} OOMMKMION I '
METHODISTCHURCH KI.OH-'
l\ FIRST. .,..STARKE' lt ACiMupatltlva:: 'IMM.AtlAnSKK.Healed Ride will ... !
received by the State I'uri-h- RITE :
School be '
Sunday Church .ln. Communion, until 10.'") a '
a
Workers and Commission on data nhown for the
LET on
w+i Education meeting. 8:30: a., sale m. of surplus" property 100 GALLONS GASOLINE :
r. m.; Church School 9:45 a. December 7, 1967 -Pino" Gum G ; OR .
m.; Morning Worship 11 a (Mixed Hlanka) nnnilltlnna 'xra FINANCING
Hid
m.,Snack Supper for MYF,I pacification: may bo obtained WITH EACHCHRYSLER ;
1h.UPBEAT 6 p. m.: MYF meetings 6:30: :
Mad.I VJP9I 1

UP TO O NEW 5 YEAR
1 I
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IMMEDIATELY t 36 MONTHS PLYMOUTH WARRANTY



E T $25 TO $600 TO PAY. SOLD DURING THIS SALE .:

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I! state portable radio fphonoaraphPrecision .

Studlomatte changer. 5* $5495 DO YOU HAVE. .'_ .. oJ -

oval speaker. Earphone and 45-rpm -Too many payments to make? .

Spindle Included..budgetpriced. -Too many. bill to i pay 7, Starke Chrysler Plymouth .


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DO YOU NEED .
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Deluxe 3-Record : on any single -
Eave Welcomes
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'Album Representative WJ .,_ DOWN PAYMENTS
Stereo Ph. 961-6812 You and Your new car trade-in. LOW ALLOWANCE

when you buy anf family to Your I
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122 New Home drivel to our lot.:
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B IN OUR BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR BIG ALL DISCOUNTS APPLIANCES I OH




WE ARE OVERSTOCKED IN TV'S FANTASTIC REDUCTIONS -' SAVES YOU $ $ $ $ ;


Have A Colorful Christmas -,, = -"-= .w... --.-... --

With Westinghouse Color TV __ Deluxe Walnut Hardwood OTHER

Cabinet ...,.., /

r- ., ..- 1 Drastic Reduction .23" Diagonal Tube 268 Sq. Inches c .\\V1"i t +
''I r- ]Instant On Sound At Once -
'L Picture In 6 Seconds HIGH
'C' 0.0'I [. Rv!' :'t' During imiftHT Exclusive Picture Tube 19" Diagonal Screen
: \- ; Westinghouse That Gives You Life.Like Color.
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ti l ii' "I>!J dj I Days r yi H FnO\1: I
;. : REG. PRICE 50

-- -_ '$549.50. ""
Screen 26S Inches Instant On 429
23" Diagonal Sq. sr
29950
Sound At Once Picture In 6 Seconds Simplified : r
Sale S Pnceutom
Tuning Set It Once And It Remembers -
tIlIlIy Returns To Tuning When You Change
Channels: ,

REG. PRICE HEAVY .DUTY' DELUXE WASHER HEAVY DUTY DRYER

$449.50 3 6950 I::"


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IN0.il p.Pli :11.1 Cu.Ft.Refrigerator
Side-By-Sid In Only 32 THE LINEMODEL II i
Inches Of Floor Space
\ ] REG. PRICE
. W iUG 84 4 Snap-In Adjustable Shelvesfor
the most flexibility In i HI $169.50Sale
BEadotRJN42WESTINCROUSR *
Frost-Free T8 food arrangement
18 Cu. FL Refrigerator-Freeze Slim-Wall Insulation that'increases *
Adjustable Full-Width Shelve food storage area by REG. PRICE Price
for more flexible food ariangement. 33W%
... $239.50
REFRIGERATOR Ice Cube Serverand 3 Ejector ;
Slim-Wafl limitation that Increases Tray
14CU.FT."FrestFrea food storage area b, Glide-Out Freezer Basket fororganized Sale Price
33Vi%. of frozen Automatic Tim Control'dries clothes
14"-never asign 7-Oay Meat Keeper keeps 16rpounds ;food and meat storage Heavy Top-Loading Washer perfectly,then.shuts oft.
of frost. Not In the re freezing.of fcesii meat a..week'without Plus'Adjustable Meat Pan, ..Regular and Delicate Cycles and Speeds low Temperatur.heat. Selector for regular or 129.
frigerator.. Not In the freezer 157Lb. Frost-Free Freezer'has* Large Vegetable Crisper, .; 4 Water Temperature Selections New large Capacity Lint Collector la easy
121Lb. Freezer-with full Built-in Butter and Utility Circulation System e to reach easy to clean. .
Ice Tray Compartment and 2 Lint Filter and Water
New Balanced Air Flow Drying eliminates !
Width door shelf Full Width, "
,
Trays. Compartments RemovableEgg 5-Position Water Saver Flush Rinse and possibility of hot spots.Your .
Fun Depth Shelves-provIde Roll-Out Casters let you' move the' Container, Extra Deep Rinse e Load Markers Automatic 19950
storage to every corner.Special unit from the watt for. -easy Door Shelves that hold gallon Deep Enamel Tub
2-Position Shelf is adjust. cleaning. milk jugs, Juice Can Dis. Safety Lid Lock e Porcelain !
able Full Width Vegetable Plus Vegetable Crisper,l Egg Container penser, Automatic Interior -
Crisper-holds % bushel of Butter Keeper,Chrome Lights In Refrigerator and .
vegetables PLUS: Built-in Door Handles,Magnetic/ Caskets.: Freezer, Polished Wood and.
Egg Storage, Butter Keeper Chrome Door Handles -
Magnetic Door Gaskets Choice Of Coppcrtonc'
'' 4':1:1:1': :: L1
COLORS REG. $369.50
,1M White : Coppertan or REG. $499.50 4M: <
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SALE PRICE
REG. $259.50 SALE PRICE

r 50 r t.'t.hr- .. t::00"; "" DOUBLE OVEN
1 9950WITH 299 5o 399 WITHTRADE <, t; (J AUTOMATIC

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NOV. 30, IDG ___ BRADFORD COUNTY TKIVKORAPn.!: .STARKM.. 1PLORmA Scrtlon 1-A Fags Ono u__


pointed out that only five percent that we are here to assist In' ceived .8 Inches) on Nov. 1. it' based on Scrljiturat text NOTICE! OF" atrtT' If you fall tn dn no, Judnrmnnt/ .
New Building Smith I foi found at Gal S.2S The Tn LUnA HOHNMtDKU: "... by default will bo titlr, ..
Lack possible .
Of Operating Funds Delay of highway accidents are any way 1J\e 50-year average : pro- residence and address 'In. 80224Aluor again you fop thn relief do*
I due to car defects, another said. rainfall !In Bradford Counts gram will Include lemtures and Madlaon Height. Mli.h- mandttd In the Complaint
five per cent. due to road defect Named For (Conner said the work of tho is 3.87 inches, according: tc Bible dramatisations in con- Igunyou THIS NOTICE shall b.' pub.
and the other 90 per Division In protecting agriculture Forest Service statistics So temporary coxtu'flies. Main ARK NOTtpnon that. a llHhed once each week for foureonnecutlve
.
Of New Prison
Opening FacilityOpening Complaint for Divorce has ben week In tlv' Bradford -
cent due to "driver defects" Doyle ConnerCommissioner ; from the ravages of far this month the average la talk: of the program will be riled uwalnst you and you ."are County Telegraph A, n?w ,.
He urged that everyone plant pests and diseases will .8, over three inches short of "Will God Intervene in Men's required to serve a copy ot your paper ot general .fr'ulatlon tnHturka
Affairs?" HnHwor nr pleading. to the complaint Bradford CountyPier.: .
drive defensively!! being always determine whether America normal moisture. ,
help .
of the new Wainwright said that about of Agriculture i on plaintiffs attorney Ida
Prison Reception near LakerButler 150 prison Inmates are workIng alert to what the driver of the Doyle Conner accepted a new: can meet the challenges of There have been 121 fires I A. X. Adklnn., Jr., 111 K. W. Dated thin. 27th day .of Nov.*rabur. .
other/ car Is doing: or (might an Impending world famine. since Jan. 1 this year and 3 Sentenced Third Street. UalneHVllle. FlorIda I 1967.CHARLES! -
has been delayed by a at present on the hospital $840,000 building: for the Division and rile the original' an- (ltlU.\)
He said the
lack of operating funds, according project, and that by using do unexpectedly.! I. of Plant Industry In I The new 36,000 square foot 868.8 acres burned,, comparedto In Reno FigEt lOwer or pleading' In the Office A. DARBY, Clerk
application of a little old- 78 fires the same isf the Court the Circuit -
will over period of Circuit Court
structure under
Wainwright labor place one
and
: to Louie L prison a large saving Gainesville last Saturday
fashioned Christianity doing I in 1966 which, burned Court, at Starke. In Bradford By Beulah 3f. IBoody. DepAty.
director of the Florida will be effected on this phase described the expenditure aa roof some 60 agricultural Three persons were senten- County Florida on or before Clerk
Division of Corrections. ;)f the woik unto have ,them others do as unto you you would-I I more important than funds for scientists. and administrativeand SOS.6 acres.Witnesses. ced to 30 days In Jail oil fines the 80th day oe December 11187. 11/30 4t 12121

Wainwright said the facility The reception center was would the "cold war" or the space regulatory personnel. It of $100 each In County Judges' -
which is located at the prevent a large per- Is located at 2119 SW 31th St PlanJacksonville
designed to serve In the processing cenftige of highway accidents.The race.The Court alter pleadinfc! to
old airport site about three of all male felons sen- Introduced structure was named In Gainesville.' participating in an affrajon
speaker was
miles southwest of Lake But- tenced in Florida courts, and Buford Mitchell the Doyle Conner;: Building in MeetThe Saturday, Nov 18, at loila\ Littles' TERWILLEGAR SPECIAL
ler, Is completed, but that would be a part of a progressive by honor of the Bradford County, place In Reno.
funds are not available to correctional. program. native at the suggestion of 3 Fires Burns Starke Congregation ofJehovah's Two women, Coreen :Beard
Witnesses I Is Through Dec. 9 1967
planning -
staff. and operate it. Teacher Hurt Florida agricultural leaders. 7.6 Acres Of to Attend the Circuit and Pestly Spates, were Involved -I ,
He said the Division of Cor- Defensive Driving Members of the Divlson's'Technical In a fight with Leslie
rections request foe operating When VW Goes Commute presented Tinder Dry Land Dec.Convention 1-3. at Jacksonville George Green, according to I FREEROAD
funds was turned down 'When Urged At RotaryBy Conner with a set of symbolic Deputy Sheriff Glen Moore.
the state's budget was trim- keys to Florida's plant industry Three fires which burned The meeting will be held In I
Lt. RobinsonThe ControlA I
Of
Out
med In an economy move. A Foster Shi Smith, of only 7.6 acres were reported the Exhibition Hall at the TEST AND SAFETY
new appeal for operating importance of defensive) county speech therapist Starke, committe representative for the week of Nov. 20-37 !In Civic Auditorium. THE RIGHT POINT lor the
funds will be made this week driving was stressed by Lt. W. Lydia Forbes, 22, of Gaines from the forestry' industry tinder dry Bradford Countyby The Convention is sponsored the way yon write. Om) In INSPECTIONON
the director said. Randall Robinson of the Florida ville was injured when her praised the work of tho the Florida Forest Service. by the Watchtower Bible and select! :your faVOl'llIe CARS AND TRUCKS
The reception center la the Highway Patrol in a talk 1962 Volkswagen turned over Division in protecting Florida's No measurable rainfall. waa and Tract Society of New TKIU1ROOK fountain Es-I

first phase of a $7.5 million at the Rotary Club Wednesday -, 200 feet south of Hampton on agricultural production reported however, and none York City. E. E. OUTIn. district Includes .
.
22. "The naming of this building has fallen since Nov 2 when supervisor for southeastern In The (Irrillt t nurt Of
Nov
complex which will also Include SR-221 Wednesday, Muhlh Jiiilli-lul tin-nit I. Ami,
will not be an Inspiration the United States, has been I CHECKING STEERING BRAKES,
a $2 million hospital, a Lt. Robinson assisted In only one tenth Inches fell at Fur Itriiflfitril tiiuMty.
chapel, and work shops. the first training program organizing 22.Admitted to Alaohua General to all of us, but will, Santa Fe Tower All three appointed. convention dll'ector'l( '\ :JillMeorKA Schneider, I I0. LIGHTS, RUNNING GEARS, HORN
our Commissioner to continue towers, Santa Fe New River, Theme of the will ( Uavrn
Construction of the first sponsored by the Florida Hospital in Gainesville, urge < program! I Plnlntirr. v. Luba Schneider, .
phase which includes an ad- Highway Patrol and has authored the teacher was back on the his fine work,, knowing; and Louis Hill at Lawtey, re ,be "Walking Orderly by Spir Defendant ? : ', .' ';: ".': : ,: y." -' j.

ministration building, cellblocks several articles and job Monday according to the --
dormitories, commissary texts used In driver Improve- I Highway Patrol station here. ,
and other buildings, was ment programs. He Is now I Raveling south, on SR-221,, .
started In the administrationof the VW went out of control ,
Lake
stationed in City as comMander -
Gov Farris Bryant. I of the Lake City District after a rear tire went flat,, "

Acceptance of the facility comprised of Suvannee" according to Florida Highway 4ow
was delayed earlier this year Hamilton, Columbia, Union,, Patrolman W. E. SundbergThe ',- wete4. LW
due to faulty work In some Baker, and Bradford Coun es. vehicle skidded Into the
phases of the construction In his talk, Lt. Robinson. ditch rolled once, and !hit a I
which had to be corrected. pine tree with, its top. After, :
Impact with the tree the cat, .
---- upright' .t11
came to rest in an
position 18 feet off the pavement. illwim. -
t. I '
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TEILBTILLEGAILMOTORS Damages. were estimated at "
$500. I


A classified ad In the Telegraph -

brings results. SEE (
: LUGGAGE

THE BIGHT POEN1 for they COMPLETE LINE OF .SAMSONITET
you write. Come In and ". FOR'EVERYONE"
....elec you- ravnrlte ESTER-
BROOK joontala pen. TELEGRAPH 1 1
BOYS 1
USED CAR -
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NOTIC49NOTICE Bed Spreads SPORT SHIRTS J t1 y
OtVKM
} 13 HEREBY I w. Jt< 1'f ...
undersigned, desiring A "'
that the J /M\-;\ :
to enga.en/ / business under the From Solids Plaids and
TONS fictitious Om..t:of OIFT BULLING-! SHOP, I ., ,,,.,. Q .l'! Stripes / ,l '
,, awwatwwlww .v
104 West Call St., Starke. Flor I $400
ida. Intend tn register the laid o
name with the Clerk of the Yq Pr LADIES $099
I
Circuit Court of Bradford Coun ,t <** UP
ty Florida J. R. Bulllnicton/ I
I and Lola T. Bulllnntton"" owner. LONDON FOG --- } iL r
11se 113)I.

AH Weather Coats MENS JACKETSa
The Circuit Court 0( TheEl.hth
J..U.lnl (lri-iil Of Florida ,- '
./ In A... for Bradford Count lyt By Famous Makers +
,.. Civil Artlim '
('... >.,. 1HIELHEKT -y : From $M750
ALLEN. Plaintiff, ;

1967 Falcon Co. Demonstrator Order vs RUTH Of Publication ALLEN j' Defendant And Notice ;
Of Suit : F'i300U1'S' '
I In The Name Of The State Of ,Free Monogramming ,r MENSSLIPS
'
Mien, Whoa '
Ruth
Florida: To Vanity Fair
5,600 ,Miles, 50,000 Mile Guarantee. Automatic, Ruldenoelal 418 "Hicks Street! ,
Radio Heater. WHVcroiM; aeor.la:
You are hereby! notified thata
eult for dlvorea and child
custody has been brought : BySTYLE

1968 airane] 500 Tudor H. Top nause aualnat th. above and you you by entltlod are Elhert hereby Court Allen summoned and In- From BOYS MART w

:. ordered and required to DRESS From' ,
V-8, Automatic, I tower Steering, Air Conditioned, '' file your to written the complaint answer In or defenses they $400

3,800 Miles. 50,000 Mile Guarantee.; 'I' office of the Clerk of said ,, GIRLS PANTS $3993
Court In Starke Florida and
T to serve a copy thereof onPlaintiff' ,
Knight and. attorney.Theron, A.Hollls Yawn. V, y SWEATERS r By 7i
1967 Rambler V-8 Super Sport ; P. O. Drawer F. Btarke, Florida '
all on or before' the 19th Vanity Fair A Beautiful SelectionPARTIES FAHAUI 7
*-- of December rue other-,'
Hardtop, Vinyl Roof, Auto, Power Steering, Power wlae a Default Judgment will .6' To Choose From
Brakes, Air Conditioned, 10,000 Mile Factory : be This entered Notice against.hall you.lie publlsh-I V $600
Guarantee. ed In the next four oone.outlveiweekly .
Issues of the Bradford From From $ U 1.n
I County Telegraph/ a duty qualified 400 .,

1967 Rambler 770 Fordor ((6)) : .ald WITNESS County.newspaper my ,band publlahed as Clerk In I J50 ,

of aaM Court, and the ....1 of '
Bald. Court at Starke Florida, Girls All WeatherCOATS
Automatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power thin November 7th, 1X7. P 1T

Brakes, Air Conditioned, 8,500 Miles, Factory /(SISALS/! Charles) DarbyA I V

Warranty. .' ".a Clerk Of Circuit Court Of ,
Bradford County Florida. ,i-d
11/9 at 11/10 I I SPORTiESIIIRTS :
II From.

1964 Galaxie 500 FordorHardtop I zti : ,
Short Sleeves
Lone or
STARKE
$QOO
Air Conditioned, Automatic, Power Steer. t Button Down or : :

ing; Radio, Heater. BUSINESS! CHRISTMAS JEWELRY( Plain From Collar : ;

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f DIRECTORYI :, :

NEW I MENSLONDON .

AUTO REPAIRS i : ;

FOGJACKETS ,
1968 MUSTANG i Earl's GarageALL I LADIES .. .

KIND OP .
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AUTO REPAIR WORK =

: All Phone Work Guaranteed 061-700.1() HANDBAGS FREE

R.. Walnut "Ntnrka' $400 MONOGRAMMING '
kS'trP ECIAL )


;. ., AUTO SERVICE Large Selection,, t 5 ,b.
MENS'

,Gilbert S. Brown I COSTUMEJEWELRY Duster II,own 1

$269500$ I Standard Oil ATLAS Service Station :GIRLSCINDERELLA SLACKSTSHIRTS SPORT COATS


I TIRES d BATTERIES From f

Automatic, Radio, Heater, White Tires, I Budffet Term*-Road Ser1ceI I DRESSES MCGREGOR ANIi STYLE MARTi !
Phone 961-7071 i $ :
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50,000 Mile Factory Warranty. l 107 N. Temple .eHUR'ST'S' JOO i SOCKS From

JK'W From $400 ,
Beautiful Selection
'' Our assortment' $$2595
< : /
1j1g.ior< With\ Clyde 'SHELL' VANITYEP hi HER MAJESTY of Crib Accessoriesin

Service Station WEAR MENS .f
SLEEP-WEAR complete -

"Vic" Vickery OoodysrTlren Gas ROAD- Olla SERVICE- Lubrication A Battrerlea I I From *ROBES *PAJAMAS Come See U N 0 .JOCKEY'A R I)

801 and 100 Stark I L You'll Saver A MOST PRACTICAL /
$700! '
1
METAL WORK I GOWNS GIFT. .t


TODAYTERWILLEGAR THOMPSONSheet I DRESS MENS HATS :


Metal Works ,,.,.,, John II. Stetson Sti,4- ;
-All Types Metal Work $14.95 .

MOTORSYOUR Heat & Air' Cond. :

Systems InstalledRd. OTHERS :

AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER IN 16 E. Ph. 964-5723 ,,, FROM $5.95THURSDAY :
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Section! 1-A Pare Two BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKflKAPH: STARKE.' FI.OKtPA THURSDAY NOV. 30. 1967


Clay HID and my dear belov-I(Melrose[ Graduate ![ Temple, Mike Norman, Tom, Warren. I was unable to go 'because of
fLl ed, children came .' Named To College I Just 3 Seniors PlayIn 'Marks David Nail Hugh Ste Majnton" ..was due to Oy to Oils shoulder separation when
from the school bus into myheait ,, Teoh learned of that, they
with
!Wens; .and Tom: Elland. The Atlanta for a. weekend
and arms. The best part: 1967 'Who's Who' two.freshman. ,Dale Johns and Oeougla 'Teoh ,grid officials Slew coaches. to Stark SOT

of teaching' for me. was my ....0.-.. u __.... u I Final Grid GameJust TimMurphy.; .. afterthe. Kenny game, but the weekend!! to see JJayton.TERW1LLEGAR .
9 love for the children which Junior tackle ,Charles Smith, ... '
strangely has not dknlshed a 220( pound powerhouse, led !. ".. : ""..7: : _,': .:':,:.: =_' ':,..,YIi' :.:_: : ':''.:'.J ', :, ;,:. .';!\.'. ':."\
V J m KurqessAfofur with the years. God bless three seniors, played In reached 14 when Captain Andy i the 'Tornadoes >defensively '
them.I ,the final same; of the season Mayton.\, nn all state prospect against the Crusaders with SPECIAL
would tell the children I .Friday against Bishop Kenny went out In .the first eight tackles and three assists.i
was so happy with them thatI and only one .was in at the period. Sophomore .Alike Norman,
Wherein the golden days of only seemed to ,be saying the was sitting on ,top of the r end ,but a total of 26 Torna- There were 13 juniors, 9 who took over for senior John)I Through De?, 9, 1967
'Retirement pass all too swiftly things in my heart, world. ,Hal 1 Then Betty Carteror do players got lq on the 14-0 sophomores and 2 freshmenon Warren In the second half,
; my little dog Gabby dies, I have been busy writing someone would go to the win.Coach the contest however. Sev- had .five tackles and two assists FREE
and I celebrate Thanksgiving Christmas cards. That is always blackboard! and draw a round David purse and his eral more stood on the side ,from his cornerback spot.I
with Thanks. fun for so many go to world with Teacher sitting on staff watched all season.as lines. Idled with Injuries. Coaches also said l middle- I
With our eyes. people in different states top. So my days and years their squad,, young and inex- Sophomores playing; on the guard Willie Cohen did a fine ROAD TEST AND SAFETY
We see the glitter of Christ where I have lived, and old passed at Clay Hill and at n perienced to begin with, be- 'varsity for the final. contest job the first half, before he
mas. friends that. I do not hear night I walked down the san- come more and -more riddled ''With our ears from only once a year. I will dy road under the giant wa- with injuries until the list I IA. Tom Blackshear Jim with five tackles. TRUCKS
"We near its merriment. mail early ,before the post office teroaks draped: with moss. I The Tornadoes will lose five' ON CARS AND
'''With our hands is swamped with cards. crossed the wooden bridge ov-I I r .seniors to graduation, two of,,
We touch the tinsel-tied trinkets This morning! after my de- er the amber colored stream' Love; Larceny, Laughter SetAt whom end Plenn Onann and Includes .
votlonals. I went into the Sometimes I would; pause to running back Larry Mercer' CHECKING STEERING BRAKES
!jBut only with our hearts laundry, and turned the lights kneel on the wood bridge to I Florida Theatre Dec. 3-5 were idled,, by Injuries before RUNNING GEARS, HORN
.oClU1 we feel the mlraole of it. on, as it was still dark. I havea Thank God for my happy 1, the; final game The other, LIGHTS, ,
OUR BELOVED JESUS Maytag washing machine heart and all my blessings.I : a ae 1 three are Maiyton and backs ""_, c ... _" ," .-co. -" .
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It Is just an ordinary washei. Daisy and Fred. Daisy always wesjarn\ "Wwterhole No. 3,"' pitching woo witih Coburn in a I -
Days pass all ,too swiftly and an older model. My Good l had good things cooked for. Miss Carol Rothhaminer, a starring rough'and, tumble hayloft In. a big: scene. Joan
land I seem' to keep busy and Don said it was the best mo- supper, and I loved grading' 1963 graduate of Melrose James -CVjburn a* ,a gambler Blondoll{ an ,artist in making I I
happy It .was,only the death and wrote on the; and adventurer and newcomer people ,,laugh brings on the
del the factory ever made. He I my papers High :SChool, has been named \ HOLIDAY SPECIALSYOUR
of' Gabby, my dog, that hada dls- should! know for !he sold May papers sometimes, "You are a to Who's Who Among \Students !- Margaret Blye aa the sheriff's chuckles Jin her rule of a I
Solved me into tears. He tag washing machines 3S i wonderful boy or ,girl and I in American Universitiesand daughter Is set to give movie lusty .bawdy-house madam-
( .ruptune.and I took him. to years. He tore them apart, put E, love you so' Colleges from her graduating goers light entertainment ,at the early West who becomes! 'i CLOSEST SPOT FAR LIQUOR WINES BEER
the veterinarian' who operatedon in new parts and painted I was at Clay Hill (before I class at Little Rock University the Florida Theatre Sunday, Involved in ftie wild and wooly ''I i
him and poor little Gabby enlisted as a WAC during Monday: and Tuesday Dec. 3- search; foe the fortune in stolen
them sometimes and they Little Bock Ark. The
'died. ,I missed him so for were good as new. He did not t", World War II then ;J taught national recognition la basedon 5. gold bouillon I Ancient many days. Every time I care for the automatic but he one more term after the war scholarship and leadershiP. CombIning laughter larceny I The double bill Friday and Calvert Extra ____________ 4.59 IIous of Stuart _________ 4.79
would see someone. else with sold one when they requested. ,was over I was so very happy Carol Is attending LRU on and love the Paramount Pictures .Saturday, iDec. 1-2. features Seagrams" Crown ________ 4.69 Walkers Canadian ________ 4.99
their don, the hurt became Sle would get it right from the when It ended. (My son came the four-year Leigh Pearsall color film co-ntarg James ;Sean ((007)) Connery's kid Bourbon Deluxe _-________ 4.49 Canadian Mist, ___________ ,4.49
worse. Then on the TV the) back to Indiana, and, .All the Whltmore>; Joan Blondell, Carroll ,brother, Nell, in a
Iowa factory. Memorial. Scholarship of ,tn suspense Kentucky Beau __________ 3.89 Canadian, Lord Calvert ____ 499
dog "ads' made me cry But But I l love my old washer tired and weary soldiers ,came .Melrd&e Woman's Club. She O'Connor, and Claude Ad- drama "Operation Kid Brother '
Vodka ___________ 3.69
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this morning I am :feeling/ which gets my things clean ins home. Now we ore; .in another kh>.. ," based on the depletion of, L.--
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fine. I got up at .5::30 a. m. 1 jltfy I washed this morn- dirty war. Our best and heals., ':has ilw", I received Scholarship. an ,LRU'I and r The way-out; >vqa! \.ern pgv-! the earth's gold reserves, the Old, Sunnybrook __________ 4.49 Kelska Vodka ____________ 3.69

excercise: wash frees brush my ing. Ido, not have a dryer thdest young men are chosen ',' Rockefeller the Chi Omega Sqholarah4p, inHumanities. trays: Coiburn\ : +as a .smooth film deals with an International 1 Charter Oak _______,______ 4.05 Calvert Gin ______________ 3.99
teeth and sing as I do these but ,nave lines in the,.laundry to go How I love them. They \ .' Sne U atnember' talking 'Professional gambler crime cartel. It co-rfars- Old Heirloom l ..,--------:.- 3.89 I.W. Harper ------------- 5.39
things. I usually sing fayms, my son put up so now clothes will win the war and we wit! ,of Ph,! Theta Kappa and who gets involved,liv the )theft, Daniela BianchI, voluptoushoneyblonde '
but this morning for some are clean and on the lines. build up Viet Nam alt'we did Swovd\ and Shield honorary. of a fortune in gold from the who' took James'' THESE. PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY DEC. 2, .1967
.
season I sang "Among 7fySouwners. / Then I say a prayer, ;GOO the Philippines and SCuba Hood''U. S. Army. Mlaa 'Blye' pro- Bond's mind off the-bustneee aC ..
academic 'I fraternities;
." I was not ': when I girl Our. country i 'I Other National Brands At Discount Prices *>
8':1:1:I I help! me drive and don't.'please was a and Tassel'; honorary women's hand in 007's "From Russia Many
i Ood. let anyone hit: does GREAT THIN leadership society; Student a member of the First! Methodist With Love." I
me,' and I drive over to my FOR HUMANITY. I National. Education! Association Church of Starke. The second film "Tarzan and OPEN, 9:00: A.M. TO 11:00: P.M.
I son's fUllng station and havea country. It Is the best on ; La Bocledad Espanola; Surviving are her husband, the Great River" stars Mike, I .
STPe i little yisit, and I took him earth, and I have been In and is a staff member of the freeman E. Bollinger; of Henry, I stare latest in; a long LOUNGE OPEN UNTIL 12:00 PJH.\
a piece of apple pie and many. school newspaper, Starke; one daughter Mrs.; line of athletes who* have
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 2:00
cheese. :Ha! He has coffee in a I made these rolls the other Mildred Ilartzell, Daytona :
!Miss Rothhamnier will receive turned to actingin, the:\ role,
thermos bottle, so has pie and day and they were good.Here's a Bachelor of Arts in Beach; one son, Or. H. O. of jangle man. Henry is a,
coffee mid-morning. Whoopee how: I Starke sister,
Bollinger a
; former bruising linebackerwith
Humanities from LRU In!May COCKTAIL
,It is such, fun to have a'' YEAST BOLLS: Scald 1 cup' and has been awarded. $2,-, 'kfra. Lola Brown St. Parts\ the Log Angelas Rams STALLINGS
,/ grown son and even a grown sweet milk Put a piece of 000 graduate assistantship Ohio; and three grwndchlldl'E1l.Funeral and Pittsburgh Stjeelers In the AND
e .- PLASTIC r'sY grandson, and X do love those lard the size of a walnut in a from the Department of English services'! were held National Football League. ,
wonderful men. Yes It Is greatto bowl, add teaspoon of salt at 2 p.m. Thursday in Jones CORNER LOUNGEU.
at State College of Arkansas Another great athlete Rafer
be a woman. 2 tablespoons sugar, and pourin Memorial: ; Chapel with Rev. W.A. .
for 1908-60 where she will Johnson, a former decathalon
I have a., happy time on the hot milk to melt the earn the .M3H degree.. She-,Jp ..ilog-an and p.ev. V J. Rags- champion and Olympic hero, S. :301-S., 8 MILES PHONE, 468.1461
Tuesday Afternoon. I go to lard. In a cup, put some sugarand \ date officiating. Interment was
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. la cast in the film in Che im-
warm water, and. two in family'plot: in Bitterest:
church and help our minister "
''Grant ,.Rothhammer and the portant role of "Barcuna. ..
stoRm with his mission Bible Class. packages", of dry yeast [the sister of Mrs. Vlrgle: Rowe and Memorial\ Park at Gainesvillewith ,
''WINDO 1 play the piano for them to kind that comes in foil envelopes Mrs. Thomas Cliamblee, all of DeWltt C. Jones Funeral
KIT sing and I just love all the 1. Set aside to start Melrose. Home In charge of'arrangemeivts. r.
little Yellows usually 34 of I rising. Into the milk mixture, I I IWll'iJlJiJ

them.10 minutes start: walking to 3 o'clock.tochurchat I I, stir egg some and beat.flour and Lastly put put In an in now. It Is nice for Jeans also. In requested Jleu o .flowers that; friends, the family who- @ 9ddro[ @lID'iJ r YOUR FINEST WORK. EVER

the yeast Cover and set aside God bless you all. Hope you
even enjoy the walk. Then wish may plaoe Gideon Bibles '
the schoolhouse across the to rise. When light stain had a thankful Thanksgiving! their choice.A .
locations of
street soon lets out the children -I flour and one-half teaspoon ,and will have a :Merry Christ- 'iJlJiJll n REVOLUTIONARY CIm'ELECTRIC g
. and here they come. I bakingpowder. making a mas. From your old Clay Hill ,
hold my arms wide to embrace dough to knead.Put In a school teacher classified. ad In the Telegraph -
9Ntr iearb them all. It makes me thinkof greased bowl to rise. Grease LOVE LURA brings; results.G'ETTING.
the last days I taught at the top and cover with cloth.
I After it rises make Into neat Mrs. Bollinger
rolls and put In a. greased pan.
r ASlf TO INSTALL Let rise ...again and, bake at Services Held 'UP
Inside Oubide 400 degrees until brown and In' Jones _
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Complete-72"x 35* Plastic Sheet / ..Sa done. NIGHTS MAKES MANY Produces ,1I IL I
will)molding and nails.&SN.rdwarsf HELPFUL HINTS; : When!,: ;Mrs. Anna Rebecca Bollin- FEEL DAfter typing that
tumb.rft.r cooking cranberries, if you I ger, 82, of Starke, died Tue 39.,ones common ooour":end may or Bladder make you YP.rlt.uon. *
whr want to keep the berries .day night after an extended tnn,e and IKITOUI, from too ..reqaentP..R. looks likePrinting i
666.e. whole and have time stick each' illness She was born In St. I,..: he.rieokaS4.-MPd\ dbe from nd
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spray starch on the market, for the past five years com irks ouraing and irnt.tln br: analgMlo germ naln In itronr nller., acid"Oat .r+rrrssn. .. _
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Citizens rights of others, etc. Wednesday,interested, Dec 7.educators All par The Juniors of RJE High( n"t ";' ... ,' ..... J I': ",; '' K"""-" ''NF'r,.. d'9P;., ,'ar< I funeral for Army I IA U. a. 173rd'\: ALrbone Brigade -MH"-
To the students of RJE ents and School we sellingFomlly- '" ., '>.,c1: military Crewsl that battled five days. at the 7
High are invited to attend.RECREATION contorting ... ''1' .. ,Pfc Charles Richard campaign -
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your vote on December 1. City League. baseball wanting one or Daft To in South U S casualties totaled
Anyone 873
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-- SCHOOL NEWS!! Paks may dead and 946
:r, The PTA of RJE will! spojjsor ages 10-j7'All boys' interested to more Juanita, Griffin' at 964-7128. 4R' y s, i Dec. 3. at 3 p. m. In the 277 the battle. which ended
Festival fnMh83O in participating! are asked the Junior!\ Klngsley Lake Baptist Church. when the
r 4 4F 4N a learning < Recreation or any member of iI and, Mrs Thanksgiving Day

I starting: a. m.December to 3,;.30 ;j po through m. .dally! : ,, )register! Center at from the Reno 4 to 6 p m. Class.the Your Junior support Class In will helping toe, ,vh I Chailes Crews, son Crew of Mr.of Klnssley I 173rd took; Hill 375: ,

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I In Boom Or\ *, And wiLl every Saturday ARO OF THANKS ,' M'.r rl of Emma. Pearce Hill,
9 m COIHTFOR estate
viewers starting at a to t junuio's
Include masmfflers and gym basketball We are sincerely grateful IK cocwrv IOUNTY; : deceaeed
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{ simple science experi:: The Reno to friends and neighbors for THOMAS A PIERCE
k ra' ments., dinosaurs, frducatfonalhandcraJta. I team ,will travel Sunland their many kind acts of sympathy FI.URID"IN KB: Estate of Emma 108 Southeast, Florida Sixth StrtI'ort 33301
\1 to play ; N Lauderdate
deceased
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\ and other materials night, during our sad bereavement i Pearce Petition Foi tor Co-Administrators
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,,,.. representing areas of l Tralgxlng Center Rally will be including food, flowers er Notice Final Discharge Of Ot Administrators 11/21 4t lilt
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messages.
I Interest in cnudl'en.Materia.ls RecreatloiCenter cards, and other >r 1'
1 held at the Reno will always To All Whom It May ConaeentNotlre
may'be'purchased I II before the team, leave Your thoughtfulness r Y Is herby given that w.
p 4 at popular prices. This Is al be remembered.The have tiled our final returns asonadmlnlstrators ,b*
POINT for
tLHOMECOMING# ----- I for Gainesville Hanker- of the "taleof TIIE RIGHT
convenient< and pleasant way wit family of Rev. Clyde Hill daceaiied, Come ]nsad
Hawks write.
CANDIDATE \ :B a3ford 'y .. Emma Fenrce the way you
children wltllmeaningful .The r. petition
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Miss Mangett Williams, a I learning mater- travel to, Ralford: for A gam- son.FOR RENT: Store building ', for that final. dlaiharae, and that we select your favorite
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Junior has been selected to run for The Learning Festival and Reno" Basketball teanpracyce an<' St. Call 964-6681 Up "',''"IIt" "'" '- 'Ja1f>,M'"RIB' MaI SLr h;;;;.},..:a"i; '; .._. : ; of Bradford A. Yawn County, Florida. onDoceinber TELEGRAPH
Homecoming of 1987-68. all every Tuesday NEWS !;:;: ... lwutA 18, iBtl7 at 10:00 a m
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Miss .1 I Committee Invites CHURCH \ ti. S1.
4 to 6:30: ant ... : ._.'" .: of the "sumo and -
Each candidate must fill the dents parents, and ,visitors'to Thursday from Pleasant Orove Methodist .,... :, .,--i;. e'a' +ctS ".::t.f..s. -'-- :': for approval dlecbarBs.. as eo- administrators
following' qualifications whlct attend the Festival. 'The from 7:30 to 9\} p. m. Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson --- -- "- -- for their school for final of the estate of Adjustable Vtnjl BOOK

Miss Williams has acquired:: school profits from all sales, Recreation. Free: Play Is being pastor, Church &:hOOl, 10 a. This In the Hampton School ryl It lituked. and his utmU-iit! pOlled Emma Pearce Hill, deoeaied. Coven. All die SO sent ea- .
average, cheerful attitude be used for held-at. the center dally a Worship 11. Atfter- A, Kennedy ph'tltre. November 20, un M
A C-plus and:! proceeds will m.Mornng 18B0 all Prlnrlpul E. rdt3raydon JonesW. Telegraph.
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toward atihool Instructor PTA projects the new.. location. in the Jen'k1n& noon service 4 p, m. All members ., .. ,.. II, JONK8 t The
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schoolmates under- Elementary BuildlniFLOWERS friends invited to attend ORAYDON JONEBCaAdminlstrator.
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d;,< TO OUR :,, Wednesday Story Meeting Hour, Thursday!and night Cradles Prayer Circle.night, :i ,1 a . . "., 0 It -.J. OA. .'O ... ...

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Choirs of .:
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for a 7-7 deadlock before the
For Even 5-5 RecordYoung Tigers began rolling! up the

yards: over 200 via the air and
another 200-

Tornadoes Shut Out Bishop Kenny 14-0 ing ground ways touchdowns arm thanks of scoring, Johnson to four the five by fine the who pass-more air-hit


Pete Olebeltr a 14 yarder..
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Danny Greene with, a 35 yard
I'pass from quarterback' Bill
scoring aerial, Roby Dobel-
Belote to running back J Roy
stein with a 35 scoring aerial
Clia-steen, Unbeaten Lake
City and then zeroed In on the
The second came on the I
same back for a five yard TD
I first play of the fourth period pass. Speedy Craig Busby \
I when Belote circled right 34 for the final I
rcmped yards Ii
I end for eight yards. Bill Adams Wins Play-off BerthBy score. Busby also kicked four i
1 added both extra points
I extra points.
I his boot on the second barely
trickling over the bar. Adams'' yw Fred P. Green riddled season on a good note The other Lake City score
t three previous attempts L1TIIPM t nkJlw Palatka -- The 1967 Lake'I with a 14-0 victory over Jack- came in the final period as
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aI against Lake City and Orange 1 City football team will go sonville's Bishop Kenny. the Bulldogs never quit and
Park had been blocked. 16h 4 down in their annuals as the lake City's Tigers Just ace halfback Andy Cheney,
Bishop Kenny handed the greatest with their 40-13 vic- wouldn't be stopped in their who lived up to his advance
Tornadoes a golden oppor tory over Live Oak, which game with Live Oak as they notices, even In a losing cause,
tunity for the second TD gave them the Florida Star took the opening kickoff and scored from the three yard
when a snap on a punt from 1 1 Conference Championship and drove to fielr! first score with line
4 I r j itM the Crusader 30 went over ) the District n title in the a 33 yard run by Danny Live Oak is expected] to playin
Butch O'Shea's head. O'Shea l t I State Class A playoff system Greene setting up the score a bowl game at Cocoa and
picked the ball up but Tornado ( -even greater things expec- and a Eryan Johnson to Craig Lake City will meet Rickards
end Donnie Elder tackled ted of the Paul Quinn coached Busby 3 yard pass scoring the of Tallahassee, a team they

l him on the eight yard line. { r : Tigers as they proceed In six: ;)lnter. Busby booted the had trouble beating 20-14. In
G }3 3w 'Kill Those! Farmers : ., their quest for state honors cx-ra ,point. the regular} season in the first
'"Kill those farmers," was The Bradford Tornadoeswas Live Oak came right' back ,State Clans A playoff game,
the cry of the Kenny fans in 4 f the only other Florida with a touchdown as Chip this FrI the roughly fought contest Star Conference team active Harris tossed a scoring pass to FINAL 1967 STANDINGS
which saw the Crusaders penalized this.past week and they ended Clyde Sparring and. Hank McKelthen CON. ALLOW
t a rebuilding and injury- booted extra point
110 :yards and the Tornadoes i' L T WLT'I

65.Captain. George got 10 more yardson BHS BK Lake City 600 10 0 I 0 I
{ Andy Mayton I a reverse and J.aughton 11 First' Downs 11 Live Oak 510 .910 I
r'g a7{ Bradford's. all-state lineman Palatka 420 7311
F added five more over the left 53 Yds. Rushing 99
prospect- went out of the con- Smiling over thnlr 14-0 shut-out of Bishop Kenny for a'' 'side of the Tornado line for a 133 Yds. Passing 106 OPK. 231 541.
test early In the second period I ',Crusader first down at the 12-28-0 Passes Comp'l 6-17-1 Bolles 240 550
with a separated shoulder. 5-5 season record sophomore Jimmy Temple, No. 81, and 150 550St.
Bradford 7 yard line. 1 Fumbles Lost by 2 Starke ,
: Middleguard Willie Cohen, Junior Donnie Elder, No. S3: look happy aw they leave the I Riley got three yards over 6-36 Punting r Avg 9-38 Aug. 051 091 I..
11rG, M :h : played his first game in a field. with their first win In three (pm..... 'I ,right tackle but Beenan fumbled 65 Yds. Penalized 110 Last Week Results i
I month, was ejected at the .
Live Oak 14
40.
Temple recovered a Crusader fumble anti Rider tiwkle l :; the snap and lost two of Score by Quarters: Lake City i
half when Bishop Kenny I
14 0 [
Starke Bishop Kenny
,, rs. r 1 1f Coaches complained he druga Kenny punter Butch O'Shea on the Crusader eight after a j It back on second down. The BHS 070 7-14 t
whole right side of the Big BK 000 0 0
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Crusader face down In bail went his
snap over head. The tackle net. up the Tor-
Red line stopped Laughtonfor Touchdowns
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officials
handed making a him tackle a personal and foul natlneB second touchdown.the one yard on third down 11] Chasteen five yard pass the way von write Come In

and Bennan could get only from Belote. Adams kicked ind > select your favorite ES-
call.Flanker Crusader three but a the ball to the 32 and Beenan two yards on fourth down. point after.
Johnny Warren was Kenny player cursed; the repassed to end Mike Stokes for ITRBROOK feuntala pea.
The Tornado line had held. 21] Belote, eight yard run.
out even earlier, along with a eree who had called Interference 11 to the BHS 21. I STATISTICS TELEGRAPH
for Adams kicked point after
Bishop Kenny player on Bchellenbenr. The

'"',......,... ...... ..- --- fighting, according to the of- first penalty" moved the ball *' .".,:..-.-.... ,,,,",, .. .....w.. ; --' '--
'vr- ficials. to the 1V4' yard line and sec-I .i at f ? :
Junior end Ronnie GrlggM, leading To Here he Is crowing Bishop. Kenny's 10 The Crusaders down' 14-0 ond, for the language, movedIt r r"(1( -r j Tops For

rmuloe pass rerel\er, shows he known what ;yard line to be tackled on the three. Grtgg drove to the Tornado five to the 3'4' yard mark. ,
for 06 Friday yard line in the fourth,period .Belote tried to sneak for
to do with the footbtrll after he catches It. a caught six yards i
but were stopped on four the TD. but the Tornadoes T.1l
the win the Tornadoes downs with, a first at the (ev- !s
Bradford's kiddie korps shut the season here Friday: Ink| With drew a backfleld-ln-motlon hUhUJI; CHRISTMAS GIFTING
the' embar-
themselves
out Jacksonville's Bishop Ken- battling their way to an even saved en.Speedy penalty. That moved the pigskin -
of Bradford's worst Larry Oeorge returned -
of assment back to the five and it
14-0 in the final game 5-5 record.
:ay:
.. season In 20 years. /since the a Belote punt 50 yardsfor was a third down. I t -o..w.: : :. : :.t =
1947 Bradford High eleven a touchdown early in the But Belote solved the prob- a' Choose From Our: Large Selecton Of
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.:. ,: :::r'r. : : ; .. : : r. : -
.. had a 3-7 mark. By shutting second period but was called lem by hitting Chasteen witha
out the Crusaders I Coach David back on an off sides penalty. short, soft floater where he
TERIV1LLEGAR;\ SPECIAL nurses young Jinjury riddled Statistics were reversed waited all alone in the right MOTOROLA solid state,: all transistor rectangular Color TV
team also failed, to set a each half. The Tornadoes had side of the end zone.
Dec. 9 1967 The samte '47 team seven first downs the first
Through record. Neither team could get goIng -
had 192 pointsscored/ on two quarters and only four In the third period. Brad- featuring integrated circuitry a new kind of Color TV
I them the same number this the second two, while Kenny ford fumbled at its own 40
FREE I Tornado eleven allowed in Its had four the first half and yard line, but Kenny returnedthe reliability

I first nine teams/ seven the last favor two playa later to
had 11 first Coach David Hurse mixed
Both nullify any threat
ROAD TEST AND SAFETY downs but Bishop Kenny had a his attack more against the Sophomore Mike Norman,

INSPECTION :i slight edge In total yardage Crusaders, using Chasteen and B-team quarterback who replaced -1 1
..205 to 188. in an evenly fullback Tex Patrick to run Warren picked oftf one Little
ON CARS AND TRUCKS fought contest which saw the ball Quarterback Bill Be- of Crusader\quarterback John

i I tempers flare and four play lote still tossed 28 aerials, Beennan's 17( aerials he completed No .

Includes : ers ejected fl'OUthe game. however, and completed 12 .six for'106 yards, giving -
CHECKING STEERING. nRAKES.I I Just 38 seconds remained in for 133 yards the Tornadoes an oppor- V *?
the first half I when the Tornadoes It was when Belote's passes tunity from the Kenny 28. '
LHIIITS, RUNNING GEARS, HORN- I pushed'overr their first were clicking that the Torna- But four Belote .passes netted .d S :

I touchdown (on a five-yard does made their deepest pen-' only three yards Payment'Tin

etration. Pauses Click Again I No f
I I BUS Fames Click Then late .In.the period the
I First Bradford drive startedat Belote to Orlggs combination
I midfield after sophomoreend began to click again: Staying '
Jim Temple recovered a strictly in the air, Belote hit DownPayment
loose football dropped by Cru- I his golden handed receiver for
sader halfback Champ Riley nine and then 19 yards in two
on a punt return. !
} Belote went to his favorite plays.With
a first at the Kenny March
target, Junior end Ronnie 23 a third pass to Elder was
Origgs who caught, six for 96 high. But the fourth, a hook
yards against Kenny on a 25
pattern on the Qarwster series -
yard pass down the left side- was complete to Elder for UP TO
line. Origgs'made a fabulous eight yards. 1968

catch, taking the low pass In The fifth straight pass. Intended 36 MONTHS
NEW Flee froPMit/ a diving catch as he; rolled for Chasteen was Incomplete French Provincial StylingModel
Bohn out of bounds. but. officials ruled TO PAY
With a first down at the Interference. The penalty WI.855DGenuine
Kenny 25. Belote stayed in moved, the ball to the 10,
I II the air-golr? to Donnie Elder halfway to goal. But four Gum Pocket Cherry Veneersand
I II I in the right flat for three straight passes by the BHS Select Hardwood Solids with Gum

yards. On his third straight quarterback went Incompleteand Pocket Cherry finish. 31" high, 36ya"

NnJ toss, he again went to Griggs Kenny took over. : wide, 19" deep..**
f f g s who came up with the pigskin George ran up the Tornado

with Kenny's Bob Schellen- middle for 13 yards and a Go
"Cay" Throughout The Holiday Season With Color TV
x ;Y tf, berg all over him. This gave first down at the Crusader 23.j
f the Tornadoes a first down at Three more running plays

I netted seven :yards and O'shea -

had to go back to punt. ,
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But the ball sailed way over
his head and kept rolling! back

e toward the Kenny goal. O' r
Shea scrambled, desperatelyfor
the pigskin and did suc- !

ceed in picking it up.' I
.t:{ But he never 'had a chance
I I1
to punt as Elder shot in from'

IlF@f1:1oWD : \0. .. his end position, to drag the

JFl .. .. ". Crusader punter to the ,
ground at the eight :yard line.
490 L Rex-Kotnry Bleans Staying on the ground this A Z
Quality > \ .' ;,
., time. Belote tried his right
Simplicity end but the Crusaders '
on sweep
rem Uflrora) has K oEe1 m easy tat flflWt to toflflito Cleanliness ,. closed down quickly !

.plant,..lntlnllS K Is DOW dJa new Doha Electro o. and stopped him, for no gain. -. "
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juitef. H< signal caller sent his receiving
>urpixiutoivda! aDdyuvfeSaeK9XB3tSa.ProfasstenaJ All Models Use Printers PusU '
threat. Orisws. to the right!!
Ink Won't Leak or llun.
qnlRy! btten. frUMftn.. .. t 1. flat. The move forced the 1 I

clwli.lugW&a: &: igd umd: p V,N_iIr -- .....l. r."'.,' ,!: Kenny against the'defense pass 1 and.to protect Belote'I Contemporary Styling ,I:.j

scampered .around the end for,, Model WL815C Danish StylingModel I L

.f.,. the score. I Slide-Action Tuning Control Panel. "SlideOut" ..
.. Kenny wM penalized 20 Modular Circuit.Panel Design Chassis. ( I WL851D

.., ..,,' .\. yards o nthe extra point play, UHF Push-Button Tuning. Genuine Walnut 1
/ Genuine Walnut Veneers
and Select
,"-fI' \ however -.five fort;: being off Veneers and Select Hardwood Solids Hard
with wood Solids with Oil Walnut "
sides and 15 more for abusive finish. 29/
The TELEGRAPH Proud To, AnnounceA ..'. .'..' language! to the referrees. Adams I Oil\ Walnut finish. 30- ." high, 3n" wide, high, 36%" wide, 21" deep.**
j" kick had trickled over the;i 18V deep

.. bar so BHS didn't need the
New Dealership -- The Complete Line of second try. but the penalties No Warranty is Better than the Dealer's ability and integrity who you buy
did the kick off at Kenny's -
place
from. We
stand behind TV
40( yard line. Crusader every we sell Our Technicians are trained to

Bohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator And Mimeograph halfback Tom Culltean the was handle all your TV problems One Day Service on Calls, provided we receive -
of game
also tossed out
on the play.Apparently. them by 10 a.m. Open All Day Everyday 'til 6 p.m. until Christmu.Gay' .

., Machines And Suppies.Bradfo'rd maddened crusaders by
!their adversity, the
:j' came roaring' back to mount

. ___ I their most determined drive
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n of the name. Beerman passedto 5 Appliances
.* Ronnie GrfgK ran catch) Laughton on a play that

them low or hlifh. Here he) covered 33 yards before Brad-

County Telegraph :nabs a high hard one from I ford's Ortirgs!! could chase him ,
ruart.r..k. Billy Rrlote an. h Ie| down from behind the Tornado -
47. :?! N. tr
funds I' hlnrvwlf. once more. nirtg- >> Temple Avenue Phone 9647511IIl'f'tlnn
A 15-yard: pass Interference
II sally Ut the clear. (1I penalty against BITS, moved
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,, finishing: Everett.I Calvary Pen reft, TTI11, dwoimeil.Noil. for final. dliH-harirs! M Oomliilwtr.UorH .<*_
Citizens Band Danny Norman for Lawtey I and Mrs. Alma Barr I R. H Butler, pastor of r ,
The Gift Idea and Chairman, Cecil Stalnakei 7 & Under Wash; three sons Bert L. Baptist! Church offlclat- I .Final""ulHc-harica Of Wiling of H'trltlnn AtlmlnlHtra.ti Vnr.- Emma' Pearu of Hill.the 4...Mat_..*<1. if
Big Radio Operators for Brooker. Basket Weave -Mark Her Hinson Starke; Henry B.ling| Interment was In New .November 30. 1967
Here James Allen Reporter sey, Cindy Jordon Augle! Fox Hinson, Hampton; and Wood- Hope Cemetery near LaCrosse,I 'C., All Whom It Nay Concern! mlOraydon .Jonee
fJ Organize Bradford Chapter Cindy Bryan .1 row J. Hinson, Jacksonville; I with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Notice In. horby given that we, W. H. JOMISHOHA.YDON
I j Advertised In !LIFE and PARADE 7 Cloverleaf Mark Mrs Clifford Rah- Home In of have, filed (..ur. .final. return. a. JONES
Hersey slater chance
one arrange ; Co-AlmlnlMtratnrj of the<
The Bradford Citizens ?-ed to Inun' iilo l nf the "tulo "
County ,,I ., 49grandchildren ... ,.,. ..., Nta.t of lemma Pears Hill
LIBRARY NEWSStory Cindy Jordon Augie Fox Clncy j me. Kansas City. Mo. men ts .r 1':11111I": I I' ir Mill duca "
J Band Radio operatorsmet I 'II 10,,"I we hee ni' l. .1. .mi-, ,inilli I Inn deneased.
j Bryan. 49 great II I ,' .. ,
Tuesday Nov. 21. and In 'I. d I formed an organization for Hour will be held at Barrel Weave Mark Her grandchildren, and two great vlll',.I, .,.oppl\, In!:: tln:' M..in.mill: :;::: :::1 jus loiitluant. .Sixth Street
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public service In time of need. the Pubic Library this ,
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Cindy BI.yan.Buddy services
Funeral were ., ..
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The following> officers were noon Thursday( : from 3:30: to .'1.1"""1.I I'' '"I" I I 1 I' I 111,7 ,.IT I III III"]! 1. It" 11 '23 it lilt
elected for one-year terms: 4:15.: "The World of the Can- Pick-Up Cindy Bryan '-i at 3:30: p, m. Tuesday. Nov. I I' In.I I I:> .1.' ,.I'I I I'nunrt: lI,,,' nppnel i i .of i)lii, -...i",H> .nll
Mark Hersey Auglo Fox, Jones Memorial Chapel
Harry Green president: J. O dy Egg' Is the theme with 28 In
Cindy Joixlon. with Rev. W. A. Hogan of ii.
Holton vice president; Del Mrs. W. B. Scoggins as stmyteller. -
1Mltr.aL 8 Thru 12 elating. Interment was In the '
Ekenbarger. secretary; and All children 6 through
Eaton Jordan treasurer. 9, are invited to attend. Basket Weave -Randy JOY- family plot In Hope Cemeteryat
nq Civil Defense DirectorFrank The following new books ner KLnibo Forsyth Ronnie< Theressa. with DeWitt C
> Williams also joinedthe have been received at the 11- Hall. Paul] Brown. Mark Jones Funeral Home In I Give n Gift for

>Y- r the two club organizations and It Is planned to work for brary. Fiction Moody Randy Cloverleaf, Mike Joyner-Bryan.Mark Paul Moody Brown,"i I charge of arrangements. I f the HnM: E

For HisCHRISTMAS hand In hand during all em- The Cat Seinenon; Christie Mark Joyner, Nate Shannon;Funeral Services
ergencies. --Marshall; Janus Island -
Ronnie Hall. Held Monday :! ;
already' .being )
Plans are
Wilson: The InstrumentO- .
ujuns Barrel Wl8vPaul Brown, .
, made for a social get-together Hara: No Laughing Matter-, -Jojner. Ronnie Hall For Mrs. Thomas -"' -"
of all club members and their Wilson. When Michael Calls-! Randy
families to get acquainted and Farris. Klmbo, Mike Porsyth Bryan.Perry Bry- Mrs. Mardle] Manning While You Can Still Buy
exchange radio Ideas. an 48, of Starke, died
Non-Fiction Thomas
Trujuns the gift idea that is always a hit. Stylesfor Buddy Pick-Up Klmbo
Any person needing the assistance Bing And Other Things upon arrival at a Starke hos-
casual wear shoes and boots. Here are two of radio Forsyth, Perry Bryan, MikeBryan YOUR
last
emergency Crosby; Flying Saucers Here pital Saturday morning FURNITURE AT NASWORTHY'S
Paul Brown, Nate
of many we have ready for you to give. communications Is Invited to And Now Edwards; Israel following a sudden Illness.
Mark
Shannon Joyner.
contact the Bradford County JourneyDyan; Journey In- She was -born In Bradford
Boys 13 Thru 19
C. B. Club. to The Whirlwind--Olnzburg; County on Nov. 7, 1919 the
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Memoirs. 1923-50() Kennan; Basket WeaveJerry Coon daughter of the late James
..1 i Jerry Lee Kelly Forsyth.Cloverleaf Furniture Sale
To My Daughters Buck; I Kelly Porsyth Henry and Della Nettles HALF-PRICE
Young Statesman Church- Manning. She was a memberof
Greg Woods Ralph Morgan.Jerry ,.
FFA NEWS\ hill. Coon, Jerry Lee. Surviving Calvary Baptist is her Church husband Up To :36 :Months! To Pay

Barrel WeaveRandY Les- William A. Thomas; one son, Lay-away Your Gifts Now Large Selectionof
BRADFORD CHAPTER ter, Ralph Morgan, Oreo
Thomas two brot.hers
Stephen ; -
d I ROPING CLUBWINNERS Woods. Jerry Coon, Billy Allen Collie and Clyde Man- Recliner Chairs and Living Room Suites
Lee.
I ayI Jerry ning, all of Starke; three sis-
9 + w The Bradford and Starke Forsyth Buddy Greg Pick-Up Woods-RalphMorgan Kelly ters, Mrs. Lou Loyless Jacksonville SUPER SPECIAL ... 9 x 12 Linoleum Rugs -- $3.99
! I FFA Chapters gave a Thanks- ; and Mrs. BeuliUi
giving basket to a needy family Jerry Lee Jerry Howard and Mrs. E-sta Under- \Ve Have One of the Host! TV Technicians! In this Section.C. .
99 in the starke area. Mostof High-point Trophy winnersfor Coon, Randy Lester. hill both of Starke
1 $10Puzzled Girls Thru 19 ;
)' c the members brought some November were: Mark Basket Weave Debbie Bo- Funeral services were hold H. NASWORTHY Furniture and Appliances
I 'eriwltea"srtr'i, *+r' articles to be [,put in the basket Hersey 17 and under I: Ronnie -, bo. Sandi Morgan Betty Ann; at 10 a.m. Monday in Jones
,, for their six week project. Hall 18 through 121. Ern-, arirris Marian Anderson Memorial Chapel with Rev -
\ about his size? Shoe gift certificates avail- The Bradford Chapter held le Trlest I boys 13 through Cloverleaf Elizabeth Eas-
; able in any amount. Then he can choose his own its sixth meeting of the school 191: Debbie Bobo I girls ter. Sandi Morgan Debbie
year for the purpose of get- through 191]; Mark Aclklns Bobo Marian Anderson I
Trujuns.Stump's ting up a committee to decide (Imen 20 through 381 ; M. Barrel Weave Elizabeth
where to put the road signs Easter (Jack Benny]; Jo Ann Easter, Debbie Bobo. Betty
that will be erected at the Forsyth (ladles]
Store Ann Qrlffls. Sandi Morgan
Dept. entrance Into the county
Results of competition on, Marian Anderson.
These committee members are" Sunday. Nov. 20 In order of Buddy: Plck-Up-Debbie Bo-
I Tom Edwards for Starke
bo Elizabeth Easter Betty
I Ann artrris Sandi Morgan
Marian Anderson.
Men 20 Thru 38 ,
Weave Edward, 's ,
Basket -
Williams Mark Adklns. Ron- fi

I I ald Williams Leo Thornton]
Bullington's Diamond Austin Moody Thomas Coon
Cloverleaf Edward Williams \
A .! C. Ralph Bryan Austin :\
lA Moody. Thomas Coon Do .

/ Qtr'' Cooper. _
Barrel Weave EdwardWilliams
Ralph Bryan Ronald -I
Williams Leo Thornton.] Ll
C Austin Moody Thomas Coon. :

LOSEI Buddy Pick-Up Edward 4
1 p Williams, Leo Thornton.
Ralph Bryan Ronald Williams -
Buster Hughes, Austin 1 iM9
I Moody:
tMxrn ,I i "Jck Benny"
Basket! Wwive-Q. L. Lester.
OUT 14 ft PAT / O.Cloverleaf L. Lester. Mildred 4 Easter, TURKEY UP TO 20 IBS. WITH

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Easter Barrel Junior Weave Hersey- Mildred O. *L.. NEW\' CAR BOUGHT DURING

Lester. I
Buddy Pick-Up Junior

YES -- We're Closing Out Ali! Diamond Wedding Sets Hersey Warden., Mildred Easter. Joyce I SALE .


Just In Time For Christmas! Basket Weave Ladle-.Jane Moody

Jo Ann Forsyth, Jackie Her

sey Cloverleaf Clairnell-Branham.Imogeno Bryan BUSINESS IS GREAT!

Jo Ann Forsyth Jane
Moody. Clalrnell Branham,

AHALF: PRICE Jackie Barrel Hersey.Weave Jo Jane Ann'


Moody.Forsyth. Jackie Imogene Hersey Bryan.Clalr But Win, Lose or Draw, We Arc Out To Get More!

nell Branham
Buddy PIck-Up Imogene

ONE FULL CARAT 1/2 CARAT DIAMOND nell Bryan Branham, Jo Ann Jane Forsyth.Moody.Clalr HERE'S HOW! -


Total WeightWEDDING Funeral Services .

SOLITAIREYEDDING SETS Held WednesdayFor 1. Our Prices -
SIT: Feature Mounting Are Competitive

Looks Like 2 Carat Ring REG. $67.50 Mrs. Manning
REG. $400.00(

REG. $100.00 of Mrs.Lawtey Honor, S.died Manning, Monday 72 2. Five Year or 50,000 Mile New Car Warranty

Sale $$199.95 Sale $33.75 afternoon following an ex
Sale $199.95 tended Illness. She was born
In Clay County on December
11, 1894. 3. Low Down Payments
LADIES RINGS
Surviving are four daughters -
.\ GENTS RINGS SAVE 90 Mrs. Maggie Anderson,
Diamond Princess $37. Lawtey: Mrs. Rosa, Starling,'
DIAMOND Jacksonville! : Mrs. Viola Llsk. 4. Bank Rate Financing

REG. $16.50 WEDDING BAND Kodak M-4 Super 8 Apopka; and Mrs. Geneva
Melvin Corpus Christt'Iexaa:

: Sale $9.90 REG. $17.50 MOVIE OUTFIT one Camden son, Willard S.Edward C.; three Rigdon Manning step-of''' 5. We\ Need Used Cars

f Camera $69.95: Waldo children: Lester and Marvin
Sale I $33.66
DIAMOND ONYX Case .. 9.95 Manning, both, of Dearborn. '
\ Projector M-60 85.00 Mich.: and one brother, Hln-,, 6. NO FIRST PAYMENT TILL JANUARY 68FREE
KEO. $19.95! Film . 2.95 ton Brosky Savannah Oa. ,
DIAMOND ONYX Funeral services were held
at 10:30: a. m. Wednesday In
Sale $13.32 REG. $19.95 TOTAL $167.85 Smyrna Baptist Church of
Starke with Rev. 'Thomas C.


d: CULTURED PEARL Sale $13.32! Sale $129.95 ment etery Williams was under In officiating.the the Lawtey direction Inter-Cem-of USED CAR

Funeral
I REG. $14.95 DeWitt C. Jones
ONE LOT Home.


I Sale $9.97 GENTS TIE AND SAVE $65.00 Services TuesdayFor With Each Turkey Listed Below

'" VOICE OF MUSIC Mrs. HinsonIn
\: CUFF SETS

\' Fancy BirthstoneREG. VALUES TO $50.00 StereoPhonographRegular Jones ChapelMrs. 20 LB. TURKEY Stock No. 1443A1 15 LB. TURKEY Stock No. R48

$11.00 Estella O. Hlnaon, 85,
CLOSEOUT $130.00: widow of the late George W. Free car with this Turkey fifi Chevrolet V, Ton, I.\VH
$$100 ecords .. 15.00 Hlnaon, died Monday In a lOOfi/; Chevy II Sport ('OUlle-- Pickup Fleetside: Hody, V-8
Sale I $$5.50 10.00 Starke Illness.hospital after an extended :327 Heater.V-8. I'owerglide Radio, $1695 Heater.I Engine, Custom Cab, Radio $1595

TOTAL $155.00 Born In Clay County on
SALE RINGS Select Group Only one of **' Dec. 19, 1881, she was the 18 LB. TURKEY Stock No. R55
late James 1443A2
daughter of the 10 LB. TURKEY Stock No.
available. Better hurry for and Martha Hall Green. She
signs
Free with this
car :! Turkey -
this Outstanding Buy Sale I $90.00BULLINGTON'S was son Baptist a member Church.of the Hamp- I 1965 Chevy II Station WjiKon $1195 1966 Honda Motorbike. G: 1 195
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LAY-AWAY Surviving! are eight daugtiters Six Standard, Radio
and Heater.
Mrs. Dorta Hardy i
Mrs. Willie Mae Denton, both I
STUDIO AND of Starke: Mrs. Elsie Hall. :
Atlanta Oa.; Mrs. Alberta BALDWIN CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE
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Hodge. Alcolu S. C.; Mrs.;
GIFT SHOP
Odell Brown. Jacksonville:
". Mrs. Marie Self, Fort Pierce; i' U. S. 301 NORTH PHONE 964.7500 STARKE, FLA.
101 W. Call St., Phone 961-7271 I Mrs. Okle Oarlock Bradenton;I I

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Is I way over boats already In the.
vyyvyvvyv/Tnvvv,1[ 105! other C'hw''l1'q< Inking I Miss Terry with guests Miss!!II Reddish during the week were and a cousin of Mr. Carter, *?r. I refers to the way a boat 1 pattern of traifflc.

)put\ were' IIlghl\I1( : :1 Metho j Mary Julia Futch and Ralph Mrs. Reddish brother Ray Colson Smith also of; Jackson RECREATION painted. lengthof I 13. ', When ,two boats
dist. N'orthslde! and Church of Williams of Tallahassee, join-, nOI' an. and son of Jacksonville yule 7, To anchor safely, the ipeet"
should bear
each
LAWTEYBy clod Rev. Glenn Lawton was ed In a family dinner with I[ on Saturday and Mr. Visiting Misses Arthurlne the line should be about. head --on. to
Ellie Johnson of and E BLanchard dur- NEWS twice the depth of the water the left.
the speaker. We hope many Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futcli and Mrs n z a 6
Enza BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAA' of these meetings can be heldin and family In Starke. I Palm Beach on Sunday. 1, Ing the holidays were their 8. Tilting the motor away tend I The corect answer to" all
the future. Thanksgiving guests of Mr Mr. and Mrs W. F. Moore,]|I cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence +d from the transom will I these questions Is "false. If
Reynee( to bring the bow of the boat slipped in a few "trues,"
and Jacksonville
Fut.-h and Miss and Mrs. H. H Hamilton Micky of Lawtey. McCleod of BANTAM FOOTBALLf'4N''J.E you
The Thanksgiving -!I'i Elizabeth Mrs Joyce vlsltlnatheir \ were Mr and Mrs. Norman Moore and Donny Thompson. )I I and their niece and nephew SATURDAYTh down. I chances are you could use a
Community Terry were -
the 9. When one 'boat Is overtaking : little 'brushing up on boating
'I attended and Mrs Kellerman
Service C. E. Stilck- Hamilton and children of of Jacksonville I Mr. T. C. final of the Bantam I II
at First Baptist sister Mrs game doing
Church Wednesday evening' land In Alachua General Gainesville and Mr and Mrs.! usual Boyer family Thanks- and family of Miami Football season will be another the the one right- I basics. I II
I On Lynn Hamilton of Starke. Mr. giving dinner at the home of Jonny Tye' of Lakeland night. Dec. the overtaking< has I
Nov 22, was a wonderful Hospital last Thursday. played Saturday I.
event with an attendance of I i Saturday Mrs. Futch and and Mrs. Ralph Conner of I Mr and Mrs David Boyer In spent the weekend with his 2. with the following schedule of-way. meet at THE RIGHT POINT tee the
Lima, Ohio spent the weekend Ocala. A host of family mem- parents, Mr. and? Mrs J. C I"v. 10. When two boats
with the Hamlltons. bers enjoyed the occasion. Tye. : -ta. a right angle the one to the I way you write. Com la a>4

__ ----- -- Mrs. L. S. Tanner and Rev. [Daddy:! ) Boyer was the Friends who remember Lou Conner Insurance vs Brook-. : left of the other has the: select yom favorite ESTKR.
... .,.. er-83O: p. m.
1 :00..oM........." ..";a, .T grandchildren, Owen Marie center of attraction as usual. ise BLanchard [Mrs. Christopher Southern Discount Law right-of-way: I' BROOK fountain par TELEGRAPH. .

[ _....--.. i and John and Mrs Billie Visiting Mrs Lois Carter R. Atkinson] who lived 11. Boats coming out of slips I .
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". r;;. ",, ..... .. Anders and Billie Jr. attended and Mr and Mrs Gladys In Miami and passed away in the game there -,......-..... ...4. -- or piers have the rlght-of-
.( ;' the Santa Claus Parade In Carter were their cousin 1934. will be interested to honoring all
will be
a party:
\
.;.: L MAN Jacksonville on Saturday. i I Owen Parmenter and Mrs. know that Mr. Atkinson dietThursday. Bantam, players, coaches, and By Lynn Hamilton II

'. :ti'i: }: PLAN ,... Visiting Mr. and Mrs B. E. i Parmenter of Jacksonville Nov. 23, in Miami cheerleaders In the armory. QUIZ YOURSELF OX
illness. CASH
after a prolonged TEEN DANCE BOATING BASICSRegardless GET
ft. I Spending Thanksgiving with weekly teen dance will xf how much experience I
.' .a'54. The <
k:' CHECKP.. Mr. and Mr4.) 14Iarvin'Rosielwere brother, W be held Friday night from you
'' Mrs. Hosier's 8:30: to 12 in the armory. water, it's 9 good Idea; to 00"1''
tlll H. C. I KELLYFOR O Ross and family of Orlando Noah's Ark of Tampa Florida" caslon&Uy !revIew) ;jour knowledge -
::! and her mother, Mrs
,//IJ !!l of Jack- will provide the music. Admission of boatlpa basics; : the i
Curtis Thompson, should'' TO $600
$1.25. 'things every boatman. mar $25
'$'ltt'F: { .:. sonville. WARRIORS CLINCH know Mere Is a 1, short. and
MAYOR OF LAWTEY Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T FIRST PLACE simple ,true and false quiz

L. Wainwright' /during the With just one game left to supplied by the Evlnrude DO YOU HAVE. ..
V'alnwright'ssister
week ..were. 'Mrs. be played the Warriors of Boating. News Service. Even
Save Time and Money Call: I \Mrs Prank Rowe of the Senior Flag Football novice boatmen should score l II IIa -Too many payments to make?!'
TO THE CITIZENS OF LAWTEY: Macclenny. Jack yralnwrUhtof '
first this
have clinched hundred per cent on
League bills to 7
-Too pay
Waycross Ga.. and L. LWalnwrlght i many
place with a 6-0 record. Mon jt>ne. The correct answers appear I
and family at day Nov. 27 the Warriors at the end of the quiz. I
It Is Time For A
r$? BILL POWELL ChangeIf Tallahassee, who visited t other dawned a game ('tout out played 1. If a boat powered with an DO YOU NEED
relatives while here. Bandit team 19-0. The 18 horsepower outboard (foes I

you vote for and elect me to the office of Mayorin Debby and Sherrl Saturday Napier game was'never a runaway as '2S: mph It should go at least EXTRA CASH NOW?
spent FMday to the hairUme score was 6-0. twice that fast With a 40 I
i< PHONE 961-6161 the December 5th Election I will sincerely work with Mrs. Bolton and daughter -
of the
job.
for a change in City Go\'eminent.IP Teresa, In' Jacksonville In the other game ,horsepower I
outlastedthe boat is
\ night. the Rogues 2. A round bottom LET US HEI-P YOn WITH YOUR
:,1'r' !: 401 W. Madison Street They celebrated Sherrl's birthday Snookles, 25-14, In a well usually faster than a Y-bo MONFY PHOBLEMS
': ELECTED MAYOR I WILL APPOINT A with a dinner party played, hard, fought contest. tom. boat. '

i. Starke, Fla.ATIOHWIDE. CITIZENS COMMITTEE TO FORMULATEA and Teresa Center took one Debby evening.to theYouth With one game left, the 3. The number oS passengersa We Are Trained To Help'
Snookles Rogues and the small boat can safely carryis
PLAN OF ACTION FOR THE CITY OF Mrs
Mrs. L. M. McClellan '
Bandits are all tied with Identical Indicated by the seating

LAWTEY. Mule Reddish and niece Vicki, De-visited records, 2-4. space available in the boat. Open Wednesday Afternoons Until 5 P.M., Starting
McClellans
Mr. Schedule: Monday, Dec. 4,: 4. All life preservers are
VOTE FOR And ELECTH. lores Jacksonville in the Medical and afterward Centerin Snookles vs Warriors 1 7 \approved' by the U.S. Coast Wednesday, Noy. 2? Thru Wednesday, Dee. 13

I they visited his mother. Mrs p. m vs Bandits 8:15: I Ouard.5. When making a landing Co.
Rogues
Finance
C. (Hermie) KELLY W H. Hall. P. m. approach with the wind or I. Town
Robert Rosier of Jackson-
Monday: Dec. 11 current. I .. N. Temple Ph. 984-7449
Dec. 5th ville was a Sunday afternoon ,
Mayor of Lawtey visitor of his parents, Mr. and Champions vs all-Stars -I $. Nautically speaking; trim,
i i
Nitlonvldg' Mutual Insurance' Company Nationwide, Mutual' Fire Insurance, Company Mrs. James Rosier. 7pm.
::: : : : 1 CHAMPSOF
Nalldnwldi Life Insurance Company horni offiut, Columbus, Ohio, (Pd. Pol. Adv.) t Jimmie Eunice of Atlanta RAMS SMALL ARE FRY ;

spent the weekend with his
coached 'by
The Rams
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tommy Talley, closed out the II
Eunice and his grandmother rA. ...
1967 season with a victory .. WomanCares. 1
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Jackson Mrs. Selma Eunice. over the Packers, and the ror 1rte / ."
Building Supply, OF STARKE, Mrs. O. J. Phillips gave chil-a league championship. In the ..'.' 1
family, dinner for her final games played Tuesday, r. ,
dren last Thursday. Those, .
Nov. 21, the Rams !downed the
BEHIND DIG DAD) CO. PHONE 961-6078 besides Danny taking part in Packers 15-2 while the Colts who
the event were Mr. and Mrs
Leslie Phillips and sons, and took second place with a 20-6 _
Coleman of Jacksonville victory over the Cowboys.
Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. James I The final standings Rams 10-1 and, Colts records {t"
Cash Phillips and children of were:
144'.iLL SPICIAIS ""J-5, Cowboys 5-8, Packers 1-
, Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. A. \ FI
W I Bill Gaskins and family.
Mrs Nell Andrews of Atlanta Tae department; would like I
to thank all the players,
spent Friday to Sunday
coaches, and parents for making -
Roberts
with Mrs. George
Mrs. Mamie Oliver of Baldwin the season a successful
r r e r and Mrs. Pauline Torode of one and we are looking for- !4ii
[ ward to next year.
Klngsley Lake spent one day
1 : e. with them.

Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Din- 1XOTICBN6TICH
kins spent Wednesday to Friday I la IfEUKTW OIVTBN!
that the underilunoil, dnclrlng/
: EXTRA SPECIALS with his grandparents to engage In buHlmmti. under the
Clay PipeGalvanized Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins fictitious name of BUL.I.INO-
COMMODES and they all attended the TONH STUDIO A OIKT SHOP
104 Went Call St. Htarke. Flor-
STAINLESS STEEL Jo Dinkins Family Reunion at ida. Intend to remitter the Bald.
TUBS (Self-Rimming:) Pipe the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Bradford County
Jo L. Cotton on East Lake Haw- Florida. J H.Julllnll'tun i tln zb 'j
Cast Iron
LAVATORIES DOUBLE SINK Reff. $48.93; Copper I IIf. thorne. At least 35 family and Lois T. Bulllnarton owners ''I y
members enjoyed the day to- 11/9 U 11/30 II ._ "* I
,
with 2 Basket Jo Orangeburg tether The Fred Dinkins and 'f
SINKS .. The Clrrvlt Court Of The '
I r
Paul Dinkins families were Klfhth Jndlnlnl Circuit. OC Florida .&;
Strainers Double 3795 All Fittings supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Im A mil Foe mlfvr4 ConnIn -
Deck Faucet Horace Cox at their lake CHII. Artlnarn i
>t> No. 11Et.nRHT 1
home. ALT-EN. Plaintiff I I1j ,
.,. H __ __" .. Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul Dinkins v. KUTH ALLEN Defendant I I s
Order. Of Publication And No- I 1j w Ii
Jr. and pavld spent Sunday
Lmii : : ; i iI with their respective parents. tice In Of The Hull Name Of The State Of II I II VIII h, h I I.,
RAINBIRD SPRINKLERS l Mr and Mrs. Paul Dlnkins Florida. : To Ruth Allen, Whom VIII
." .., '" .. ,, .. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl] Carter. Residence la: 415 Hick Street, h l i I i
100 ROLLS .... r .- '" I Church Activities Wayorone You are, Georgia hereby :notified thata IIINIII hllli II I l ,

Grace Methodist Sunday cult for divorce and child I l

I 1/2" $2.22 I I 20 ADJ REG. $4.15NOW $3.19 I School 9:43: a. m.. Worship axalnnt custody. you ha.by barn Hlbert Allen brought In
11 a. m. the above entitled Court and II, l il'i I,
I
3L4" $3.33 rauae. and you are hereby .um-
.. ... .. .-." .. -, .. .. h The WSCS met at the monad, ordered and required to ---
1" $5.75 Church Tuesday evening with written answer or defense -
file your
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nine present. A program followed to the complaint. In the
ALL SIZES STOCKED 1 ''rUMBER: the business\ session. office of In Starke the ,Cleric 1 Florida of Mali and I LAZBOY'SCRECLINAROCKth

L AND FITTINGS I '. ,ROOFINGJohns I I : : I . The next meeting will ,be Court to serve a copy thereof on

.. . __.. .. : Tuesday, Dec. 5. Plaintiff attorneys A.IIollli Yawn V.,I '
Knight and Theron
First Baptist Sunday P. O. Drawer F. 'Htarke, Florida ))
Manville Southern Yellow Pine School 9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 all on or before the 19th .
PLYWOOD I I I a. m. and 7 p. m.. Training -* of December 19ft7 otherwise -1 .

First Quality Treated Pine Union 6 p. m., Midweek services be entered a Default against. ,Judgment you. will

SHEETROCK I Fir CedarSPECIAL Wednesday 7 p. m. This Notice shall be published !! -
In the next four consecutive -
90 lb. Roll Roofing Church Of God Sunday weekly 'leeuea of the Bradford Fine furniture can be useful as well
School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 County Teleirraph, a duty qualified qs beautf
REG. $3.79 a I, m.and 7 p. m., YPE Wed- ... newenaper. published Inlaid ful. Reclina-Rocker by Lq-Z-Boy combines the

CHECK WITH US NOW Roll nesday 7:30: p. m., Prayer WITNESS County. my hand a* Cleric ultimate In'seating comfort with tasteful
$339 8' Cedar Studs meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. of said. Court, and the seal 1 of styling and choice of
laid Court at Starke Florida fabrics to complement
Hlgthland Sun-
Baptist
FOR CURRENT LOW PRICE ON FELT thin I November 7th, 19J7.a .
69 EACH day School 9:45: Worship (SEAL) any room decor.4
LOW 233 LI). SHINGLES[ 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Choir /' / Charles ?. Darby ..
PRICES Ae Clerk Of Circuit Court Of
practice S p m. Prayer meeting Bradford County Florida.. -
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HI-GLOSS WHITE CHAIRS FROM $44.95

NOW GAL. $495 I call will bring you a prompt visit '",

B.L.E- MANUFACTURERS LIST $7.20JACKSON from local hostess. Please give
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our kids. Sherman and Jeannette .-1: and children of Jacksonville.! vllle and Mr and Mrs. Bill weeks of recruit training at applications! and further in.1 ty: Harry Oruen D. D. 8., P I
and family In Gaines-i Rev. and Mrs. M. D. Mede- Taylor of Gainesville were the Marine Corps Recruit Depot formation. A., 446B W. Madison! St. I II II
Bavless Hiwav I i vllle ealoyed, : turkey and ol 1: Iras and daughters Janice and holiday guests of their paents Parris Island, S. C. His Starke. Authorized stock: 1- ,I
the trimmings. Moot of ali 1 Larlnda spent Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby will now undergo\ from two to Mayor's CourtThe 000 shares of common at $10
i, everyone was well and happyMr. with her parents. Mr. and and daughter Sue. four weeks of Individual! com per share. Dealing In dentistry. -I II
By !Mr*. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mrs Eldon Sapp had I Mrs. W. F. Conners and their I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elix- bat training! and ,then after a following)) cases were Filed Nov. 15. 1967 by A. I
as Thanksgiving dinner guest!i sons and families la Perry. son and children:! spent short leave report to his first disposed of in Mayors Court B. Blackburn, Jr., American I
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T Mr and Mrs. Perry Lyons Thanksgiving with Mr. and Marine! Corps assignment Tuesday Nov. 21: Heritage Life Building Jack- r3
Well folks hope everyone N. Norman and Gerald Mrs. and children spent; Thanksgiving Mrs. Walter File In Dunellen.Mrs. Vivian Burch, disorderly sonville, Fla.SafeBuy. 4
had as nlrc a Thanksgiving! as Barney Eggers and daughter s I Day with Mr. and Vernon Taylor of Pvt. Robert M Patrick, son conamct: by disturbing the Agency
we! did We atidlniKM! with and Mr and Mrs Joe Snpp Mrs Jim Harris In Nahunta, Jacksonville: spent Wednes- of Mr. and Mrs. William M. peace and fighting! 15 days or I
Oa day night with her parents.Mr. Patrick of Route One, Lawtey $aD Adds To Staff
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Mrs. Lois Newmans. was meritoriously promoted to Stanley Hatcher, voluntary I
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home had:! as dinner guests Mrs. Emma Walker of Jack- Private, 1st Class upon: graduation intoxication and possession of I The SaJe-Bjy Real Estate
giving Dayal 1 their Thanks-I sonville spent the weekend from recruit ,training at moonshine whiskey 14 daysor Agency of SUrke announced
Mr. and Mrs\ Russell with Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Pad- the Marine! Corps Recruit $75. the addition of Edward C. : c'+

STAIIKE PHONE 901-6200 and son, and:! Mr. and Mrs. gett.Mrs. Depot Paris Island, ? S. C. Hisoromotlon James, Howard Waters, failure MoMurray to Its start in
Marty Crosby of Gainesville.: Beverly Spence of '! recognized his out- to have vehicle under control Starke.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I'HONK 47.1-'J17: : Mr. and Mrs. Olenn Stanley Jacksonville was visiting her standing performance of du- causing an accident With home offices In Little
and children! of Jacksonville.! !) parents Mr. and Mrs. O. .E. ties during recruit taming $6.50\ court costs. Rock Ark., Safe-Buy Is one of
Rental Services Mr and Mrs Harold Crews Crosby and grandmother Mrs.J. Pvt. Patrick Is now at Camp Samuel Clark, disorderly the nation's largest advertisers !
ana children!! and Mrs. Anna'' L. Johns (Sunday afternoon. Lejeune.) N. C for four weeksof conduct by disturbing the of real estate. Web Long,
HOSPITAL mns: WHEEL: CHAIKS Ruth John..m: and children! I We extend our deepest sympathy -, Infantry combat training peace and fighting 15 daysor president of the firm! said
Mr and Mrs. LAvon Crosby to Mrs Jack Undeihlll:! and four weeks of basic training $80 fineClarence. i,I the past experience:; of Mr.'' Qa I'a
CRUTCHES? : and children! of Brunswick. whose sister passed away last !In his military occupa- Gene King failure MoMurray in this field will! bean '
Oa. Mr and Mrs. Fred Broad- ,I week. tional specialty. to yield right of way,I I, asset to the Starke trade
well and children! of Jackson- causing an accident $0.501\ I territory.A r
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Vets Can Receive

1TN WSH ABOUT GI Bill Help drinking J. D. Jordan driving driving without while a': graph classified brings' ad results.In the Tele- v.;UZi: Rowan Martin,Jtttenon Airplane, i

For High School license $105 bond forfeited. I Bobbie Gentry.Special Guest Stan: "
Sergio Mcnde U Bntd'* In color on NBOTV.
NEW CHARTER FILED TIlE RIGHT rUINX for the *OVCfl>b.M,TM-tM: : EST;f:1113CST! :
"New cap ? SERVICE MENAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt M T Dixon.. 'of the Fla. I.way you write. Come In udMlMc
Secretary of state Tom Adams ,
x. I Dept. of Veterans Affairs, ; >ou' lavurlto KSTER- :
ant financed! X said this week that both veteranscan Viet- has of announced,the following the chartering new-I BROOK .ounUlp pea. TELE-
and
nam Cold War GRAPHA
T'Yess than you'd think } Mal Alley W. McRae. son receive Ol bill! educational corporation !In. Bradford Coun-,
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helD at the high school levelto SPACE
BIG-SCREEN SAVERTHE
fit, James W. McRae of Route';
bank / 2, Starke recently took part prepare; themselves to meet tree that may in summer wear I
college entrance.requirements of robins in her hair .
in the highly successful raid A nest I Il &
without reducing; their eligibility I Ie
on the Phuc Yen airfield! in I II
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for college study under
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: North Vietnam. He and his the Veterans Administration BUT NOT THIS ONE!

: ; .] fellow F-4 heavy Phantom damage Pilots on ,the inflicted program., -
or Dixon estimates that the
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largest Communist base
Inl one and one-halt million vet-
the north -the first time _
erans whO are-eligible)! for education rI
the air war it has been at need Tills tree like many other
benefits would
tacked. I In Bradford Inn IxrnMtlflril
County
further schooling before being MOST
Aerial reconnaissance after .silently.. and' slowly TRUSTED NAME
the strike revealed four Mia ready for college. Each year liy SiunlHh| MOHN. public enemy -
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aircraft eight the military services are releasing I No.1." beautiful 'IN' TELEVISION r
destroyed
and
an additional 100000 I sliii. ,
others damaged massive secondary men who would need this type print. that .
explosions detonated of assistance.All H b '
and a runway damaged be- 1 '

/ yond Ma|use. McRae Is a member ol said, are of these potentially people eligible Dixon! __ Spanish Moss I

; the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing for a special VA benefit for: KILLS TREES! t II
\\(1"( based in Thailand. He receivedhis the educationally disadvantaged I
commission In 1956 upon which was provided in i t -- -. 1 1The

\ ASK ABOUT OUR ECONOMICALAUTO completion of the Air Force recent veteran legislation. 'i'4t Spanish Mow must be controlled I p.... KCUANDModvl CJ 349 j I
ROTC program Single veterans can receive 12*disc.1U1: .4.In.aktwe""- ,
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AND TRUCK LOANS! :dormant. A now machine'
Pvt. Arthur L. Holliday, son time programs at either has been 'purchased by RCAVICTORMwJ tJTV
of Mr and Mrs. A. N. HolJl- high school or preparatory,! Florida Pent Control & "

day of Starke fired expert school level unJer the higher 'This photo was made ellII'ln// Chemical Co. to rid home I Compact cabinet with big rectangular screen.20,000- I
with the M-14 rifle near completion rates authorized: ''by recent I the Spring. Notice the flowering owners and farmers of this volt chassis features
(design average) long-life
law. Veterans with one dependent -
of his basic! combat shrubs and spreading $$19995
menace. another by
FLORIDA I training at Fort BennlngOa.. receive $155 and step transistors in key circuits 5"oval speaker.
foliage 1 I of neighboring( thru company to be of better .
those with two dependentsget
The expert rating Is the (high- plants. service to
est mark; a soldier can achieveon $175 per month, and $10 a you. THIS CABINET DESIGN IN
': : :'- .'"I y;: \ .O hU weapons qualification month for each additional I
:01IB'a'\I\ [ I COM'T I
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Pvt. John M. Moon, son of days of military service with 965745
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Walton, Lj. part of It after Jan 31, 1955 .
One month VA educational DIAL TODAY 295; SQ.! INCHES
Thomas, formerly of Keystone
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group assistance is authorized for
Heights, has completed eight
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r. each month of service, up to FJ (n&mA' PEST CONTROL
a maximum of 36 months

Dixon advises eligible veteran rou F.. ITAI.I.[ ST. CHEMICAL CO.
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4A 25 Years AgoBy


"Dear Mr. Dickinson"In
Alice McGarvey
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recent weeks the office of the householder. lie announces tt .
111.c' Thanksgiving 1942 cele-
State Comptroller Fred O. Dick- that, because of its ideal location, brated with some World was WarII

inson has been flooded with letters the firm has chosen his home as rationing although turkey

telling heartbreaking: storiesof a model to illustrate) a before- and other poultry was not

human misery, as well as human and-after advertisement for their on the list. Food in the rural

callousness of a kind that aluminum siding. lie promisesthat areas, such as ours, was not

makes facts more unbelievablethan the company will) pay a bonus too short but the county agent
was advising local farmers to V6
fiction. for other homeowner in the
every raise their own cane and on 7
The letters' are the result of a area who subsequently purchases how to make sugar House- '

brief news item released from aluminum siding as a result of wives had a growing list of

Tallahassee several weeks ago the advertising.It 1 1E recipes which called :for sugar

telling of the successful effortsof the victim bites, the sales- substitutes. This was our first

the Comptroller's office in recovering man presents a package of pap- Thanksgiving with the United
States
a belligerent In the .
than from -------------
more $250,000 ers for signature. lIe explains war.

unethical home improvement that they are "authorization"forms "But He Got Away"J.

: firms and returning the money but actually they consistof Big news of the week was

k, to unsuspecting homeowners who an installment sales contract, that chewing 'gum was _ree. B. /Rowe, 'Going on 89'o
I were duped and threatened with with numerous carbon copies con- t The chewy part of gum came ..' .

the loss of their homes.In cealed underneath and at the E I from America the.. Far According East or to South Wrigley Still Enjoys Fishing Trips

moving against the unethical bottom of the pile blank
I a Lu one of the largest manufacturers

home repair vultures Comptroller mortgage form. of chewing gum' although Eating. sleeping. fishing and the other deputy resignedto

Dickinson made use of statutes After the victim signs the"authorization" the raw material was and "bothering my friends" lathe take a ,better paying job.

fl that had been on Florida law form, the sales- "l i 4k plentiful in South America way J. B. [Uncle Ben As for his present mode of

, books for some time, but which man checks the carbons and says r!wSr transportation apace was at Rowe has spent the time since living Mr. Rowe admit to
a premium The greatest rea- his retirement 20 years ago "taking lit easy." He goes to
had been little used until he decided that of the
one copies was out of "
son for the shortage of gum "come next January. bed around! 7 in the winter
I to do something about the place. lie slips the bottom edgeof In retail stores was blamedon Looking remarkably spry months or 7:30: during! the

scandal ''that is estimated to cost the mortgage into view and hoarders who feared a and healthy, and without a summer daylight! saving hours'*.

Florida citizens at least $40 mil- asks the buyer to resign the bottom GOVERNOR scarce sugar supply would single' ache or pain. Uncle Ben and doesn't get up until a-

lion annually. Nationwide these!' copy. limit the manufacture of gum. will observe his 89Ui birthday round 7:30: the next morning.
next! February 13. Although he smoked cigarettes
unethical believed
same practices are Congratulating himself on his ITtcl
Students on Bradford County Although !his retirement has for 67 yean, he quit en-
to be costing the American good fortune the homeowner sits
High's Honor Roll were: lasted much longer than the ttrelly 12 years ago and thinks
people more than $500 million toa back and watches his aluminum 12th grade, June Bloss Gloria average man's It was well deserved his health is better because of
ruruwan rrtaat( ftfrlfa' .4drnlUttc( '+Offl/frrr/ ,
( r.
billion dollars annually. siding go up. Meanwhile the con- < Buford, Idalou Davis, Edna for (Mr. Rowe led an !that. decision. "It dldnt ,bother -

Typical of the letters now tractor discounts the sales con- c ," '' I d 1 Edwards Eva Fay Gainey, active and varied life, having me a bit to quit," he nays

flooding the Comptroller's officeis tract with a financing companyon +1 Marjorie Orlder, Jo Ann been' at different times a Another thing he swore aU
Jones. Gladys Loper, Martha farmer sawmill and timber of years ago was cursing
the of the
this from Jack- security mortgagethat
one an elderly Marker: Jewell Powell and operator, storekeeper city "I used to 'be bad about it"

sonville couple: has been filled out and recorded ). d, ,. Kenneth Martin; 11th grade, marshal, deputy sheriff, and Mr Rowe says, "but one ,day
Dear Sir: without the homeowner's Mary Jo Oakhvell. Evelyn Edwards jailer.. I Just decided! (that It was

In reading the paper about knowledge. Will He, Or Won't He? Phyllis Hazen, Phyllis ,Hard work and a couple of foolish :for a
I these mortgages, I am asking Some weeks later the victim receives Martin, Virginia Sewell and serious operations have left stand up and. ask! God tx>

i you to kindly check into my a time payment book and Leonard Peek; 10th grade, no visible marks. on "UncUe damn something I never
Frances C. W. Ben" who looks more like a heard father anythingworse '
Colley, Colson my say
I had scattering discovers that he has obligated
i mortgage. some -
FARMER'SThe DIARY and Merle Orlder. man in his 60's than one than 'ding' a couple of
, bills and the himself to make regular paymentson nearing the 90th milestone times."

:, Co., Inc. paid off $1,000 worth a siding job that was over- long drought persistsand Starke bought an $1,100 Though he gave/ up driving a As :for other 'bad habits,"

of bills for me and my wife and priced to begin with. and whichis some streams in the area animals along the highway, 'billing and bookkeeping machine car more than ten years ago he admits only to drinking
but back in those days the
1 put aluminum siding on my house now more than doubled or !have dropped to a very small stock skilled at not as a labor and timesaving and finally gave (II his boat one cup of coffee at each
was device. City Council away, he Is always ready( to meal, three. times! a day.
and sometimes tripled by the addi- flow Last
with a 20 year guarantee, or 'quit entirely. breaking out, but breaking Into the with'
some of the siding is coming off. tion of "insurance," "time price weekend we had a lot of a garden or field of corn. man Charles A. Darby, chair- spend who day will fishing provide
man of the streets committee anyone
Plants Have
The man came out and wrote the differentials" and other unexpected dark clouds and the berrygrowers And back* in those days, had police officer Ben C. transportation.

contract and got my wife and I costs. aside from were a hopeful few showers but ownership of the straying Holtzendorf supervise the Mr. Rowe was born In Mac- NutritionalProblems

to sign, then when he came back Under terms of the fraudulent which barely wet the ground -A stock ,was. hard to determine street-cleaning crew In a pro- denny( on Feb 13. 1879 and Too
especially if a cow was Involved -
he had us charged with $4,700for mortgage, he may actually lose rain failed to materialize. in wrecking a car or ject to clean up the vacant farmed there, with tula father ,

the entire job. I am paying his home if he cannot make the Looking back it Is hard to truck lots In town. until about the age of 30 There's a reason for poof"
when he and brother starteda
$56.28 a month for eight years. I payments,, and such foreclosuresoccur remember. Just when we had sawmill near a Rat ford. He looking ornamentals and in r
News of local men who were
our last heavy rainfall it's due to home
am on a social security and disability in Bradford (County at the i 1. By Sam McGarvey The ,only exception was serving their country during moved to Lawtey in 1916 and many gardeners cases and garden supply

pension of $111.30 per rate of, about one a month.At Berry growers who 'have Irrigation when a railroad train hit a World War II: operated a general store there dealers not understanding the

month, with coronary heart trou- the last legislative session. 'equipment have been mean enough to break out cow or. steer. Then the owner Capt. Ralph Cox of Camp for several. yean. nutritional 'needs of plants. ',

ble. I know they charged me too Rep. Gene Shaw introduced, and able ,to set plants, and to continuously it was so tough appeared as If by magic, they Livingston. La. visited his Always a iHun-lovlng' prac- Three questions need to-be f

much, but.I had signed the pap the House and Senate passed a keep them supplied with that you had to use a knife tell us, and it Is a matterof parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. tlcal joker, (he recalls, a hum answered in order to coat

would have moisture, but those who haveto to cut the gravy.. record that no train ever orous. Incident that took; (place many of the nutritional prob"
ers and I couldn't do anything bill which gone a long Cox.Capt.
S that not during this period. As ,was L
killed cattle were and Mrs. John P.
depend on natural rainfall lema of plants, according: : to
about it. We borrowed $1.000to way toward protecting innocent have .been held up In their Of course today, with the registered and valuable animals Turner of Camp Butner N. C. the custom In those days( his Dr. Jasper _N..Jo.1ner. orna-
_pay off.\'Mng\' ,: !;Ilid'\ the siding homeowners from the home repair *' planting and the season Is ""no-fence law"you-seldoniaee arrived Sunday for visit with general store 'was a coragrega*' mental'. horticulturist with

was supposed to" cost $1,800, fora racketeers, but the bill was getting 'late. However, there his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ting place 'for men of the the Florida. Agricultural Experiment -

total of $2,800. But now we vetoed by Gov. Claude Kirk who la nothing else they can do Charles M. Turney. Capt. community ,to spend an idle stations

have to pay back $4,700 in 84 said the problem needed "a more but wait, as plants set out Turney will proceed In a few hour. One customer, BudBrowning -What kind of fertilizer
used to come In on
In this dry weather will grow days to Fort Washington should be used! on plants?
payments of $56.28. So, pleasesir thorough and detailed study NEWS And NOTES
where he will attend the Ad winter days, pick out! a warmspot
very slowly, or quit entirely -How much should be applied
look Into mortgage In the meantime it is good to may
my pay- jutant-General School by the stove and start.

ment. (End quote). know that victimized homeownershave : For Today's HomemakersBy Pvt. and Mrs. W C. Rho- whittling on a piece of white How? should the fertilizer

The home improvement rack- someone working in their Speaking of berries the J'IIiILEFTOVER den of Camp Rucker Ala. visited pine. He would often fall actually- be placed?

et, which is still running rampant behalf, and we commend Comp Christmas berries will' be Martha Sue McCain Mrs. Rhoden's parents asleep with a pile of shavings. "Knowing !the answers to
the floor at his feet.
littering <
throughout the nation was discussed troller Dickinson and his staff showing up now on the holly- County Extension Mr. and Mrs. M. S. SWin- One day somewhat: annoyedby these three questions can help

in an article on "The Top for their efforts. Bradford Coun- variety of trees which thrivein Home Economics Agent dell.Thomas Trlest who ]la stationed 'having. to sweep the ohavInga cut down" on nutritional problems
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roadside Joiner said.
and
Ten Consumer Gyps'' In The USA"In ty has some shocking examplesof swamps with the Coast Guardat up after the whittlers 3or
low places. On the to A good rule of thumb
The American Legion Magazineof these frauds, and in succeed- Jacksonville: on Thanksgiving way Fort Lauderdale, visited Uncle Ben net fire to the pile most plants is one in which

1966. The article said ing weeks The Telegraph will his parents Mr .and Mrs. while Bud was dozing in his
April
day we saw a tree with larger FOR SLIM WAISTLINESAND TURKEY chair. the fertilizer N-P-K ratio,4a
in part: present some actual instances red berries [about the size Sidney mat I one to one, such as a 6-6-6 or
POCKETBOOKSIf Turkey Hash Deluxe. One- "Well. lost a customer,
Frank Kelsey of Camp
A, classic example is the fast- which may serve as a warning to of big .green; peas] and wehaven't. you're a user of nonfat fourth cup sliced mushrooms Blanding was home for a short Mr. Rowe recalls "but the 8-8-8 formula.

talking salesman, 'posing as a others not to sign any papers un- yet been able to find dry milk here are some tips butter or :fat 1 cup diced visit with his parents, Mr, and good laugh the rest of 'us had Under most circumstances.,
out what kind of tree if element should be tIT a
representative of a well-known til they are fully aware of what produces on cooking with It. You can cooked turkey, l'/i teaspoons Mrs. A. H. Kelsey was worth it." any
them Here in Bradford higher ratio, than the others,
who calls add Instant nonfat fry milk minced onion one-sixteenth For two years While runningthe
on signing.
aluminum company, they are County, the only one we've Pvt. and Mrs. R. C. DampIer It should be the nitrogen portion -
powder to dry Ingredients In teaspoon pepper, 1 cup diced of Starke were Sunday general store In Lawtey
ever seen Is located on a [CNJ.
a recipe. The powder may be boiled potatoes, one- graded road Just off Bayless sifted with dry ingredients for cream, one eighth. teaspoonsalt Ziegler of police ,and Jailer of that Plants are not so speclfJaln

Why We Are In Victna m Highway. cakes and breads or stir- one eighth teasooort) pap- John Arthur Torode has clt type requires a
red into flour for gravy or been transferred to Maxwell He later moved to Starke
Although we've had rika.Brown The fertilizer formula -
some sauce. or mixed with cornstarch mushrooms In butter and was a deputy sheriff here User same
The traces the U. S. cool. weather, have to Field Term from the Air used -all
Despite the fact that the United Secretary we yet and for can be on
pud- add
sugar turkey I potatoes, Force Classification Center in for 12 years. :During a three-
States is irrevocably committedto involvement in South Vietnam see any tell-tale smoke that dings. Then add water for cream and onion. Cook slowlyto Nashville month period of that time he shrubs, grasses, annuals tlcrennlala ; -

the defense of South Vietnam, from the mutual-security denote butchering time for the required amount of liquid thicken. Season to taste. claims to have set some sort and trees found
agree- hogs. Fact Is that hog production You nonfat dry hot into well- all around. the home. -
to can whip Serve or pour of record by American
the public seems
ment signed by both countries in home has all Winners of the Turkokxry Is
for next Jtww
use of The problem )
milk. Beat equal amounts greased baking dish. Bake !In the duties [except bookkeeping
keep on and on asking: how we 1955 and to a resolution passedby but 'been abandoned In this the powder and ice water into moderate oven [350 degrees] Contest run by the Advertising ] at the Jail, as well asthesherrlff's much fertilizer should be->appllod -

got there in the first place. The both Houses of Congress in area. And !the same thing Is stiff peaks. Use for fruit top for 20 minutes. Department of the Telegraph i office by "This generally depends

controversy seems to increase 1964, reaffirming the vital inter- true about. "cane windings," pings, frozen and chiffon des- Turkey French-Toast Sand were: first Charles himself, The sheriff was ill. largely on the size of the particular -

daily but despite the millions of est of the United States in the as only a few patches of cane serts and salads with fluffy wiches. :2 I cups leftover turkey Hardy; second Mrs. Ellis plants and the amountof "
can be seen in this general fruit dressings Or sprinkle ground 1 condensed Thornton. rainfall, that baa occurred,
words written and spoken, justas and security of Southeast ; can
peace area. Dr. Joiner said. Again a good
people including those it over partially set gelatin mushroom. soup; 12 slices MAYOR'S COURTTen
many rule of thumb is to make light
Asia.Written then whip Into stiff peaks. white bread; 3 eggs, well beaten -
who support the Administration'spolicy in a clear and easy-to- When questioned on this, You can also' whip nonfat dry ; one-half< cup milk; salt of applications more often rather
as well as the critics of it, read manner' Mr. Rusk's answersto people who live out in the milk separately then told Into and) pepper. you to print a retraction to a canes were Carl disposed Hurst in than give heavy applications
unable to find an answer to country and who for the most misinformed public. by Mayor less frequently.The .
seem the editors' questions seem to partially set gelatin. Instant Mix turkey with soup. Starke Mayor's Court Tuesday
dispel their anxjety., be straightforward with enough part *'work off" somewhereelse nonfat dry! milk is high in Spread between slices of bread Sincerely yours night specialist said from 1.5

An exclusive interview with facts to back them up. The Sec- say it isn't worth the protein and low in fat and dip sandwiches dn com- Joe KerriganDISSATISFIED James Rushing, disturbing to 3 pounds of an 8-8-8 or Its!

Secretary of State Dean Rusk'en- believes that the firm bother or trouble of raising a good idea for people whose bined egg and milk seasonedto the peace and voluntary Intoxication equivalent is sufficient at anyone /
retary their own meat and storing
clothes keep shrinking taste. Saute in butter or time for each 100 square
titled "Our Purpose Is Peace American stand in Vietnam has It In a smokehouse. We canvouch placed on probation -
BUYING 'TIPS margarine! until well brownedon NOV. 27 1967 for six months. feet or each lOB feet of .a
A Statement on Vietnam, pub already achieved a certain degreeof for that, as we learnedthe Check prices and protect each side. Serves six. Editor Telegraph: David Henry Penoyer Jr.. row. Ai to how often. you

lished in the December issue ofReader's stabilization there. On the hard way that a bog anda yourself from so-called "'bar I have read the editorial in running stop sign forfeited should fertilize -this depend.
to give as fence are Just naturally gains" by being well informed 'on the size and extent of the
Digest seems other hand he concedes the con last week's paper about the bond of $12.SO.
that If the
enemies
born and
clear cut an answer to this com- tinual reiteration by the United porkers.. have a song of their on grades and quality. Recog- City of Lawtey raising taxes Eddie Wayne Dempsey, improper plant's root system. and rainrail. -
found. nize the age or lasting qualities and the rather, the sentencedto .
we've people or lane change,
plex question as
desire to negotiatemay it Is "Dent Fence Me
of its own,
States well
of the style as aa
The article states, "In this exclusive in. taxpayers getting nothingfor a fine: of $27.50 or five Generally, Dr. Joiner says
interview with Reader's lend strength to North Vietnam's the fabric marked-down I w the extra money they pay. days In Jail and placed on the smaller the root system
military bargains. Shop around but From what I read I seem probation for six months. the less fertilizer should be
achieve
resolve to a
Actually while we were
of State
Digest editors. Secretary in comparison shopping be
of to be be worse off than most Maybell Humphrey! disorderly added per application;but the
Dean Rusk gies authoritative and victory. farming, we spent a lot sure that you are able to of the others as they raised conduct by fighting witha more frequent the applica
time chasing hogs that Dear Mr. Matthews
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reassuring answers aa to why we The article at least sheds some our then Identify similar qualities. and my taxes from $51 to $98 uer knife, forfeited bond of tlons. Heavy rains of course.
had broken out. and I was a little bit shocked
,
are there low) long we intend to light on the issue and we deem mending fences, and we know .mind colors: ; If and not carry,In actual them sample.in your when I read the Senior Citizens !- year almost a 100 per cent $52.50. make additional: applications
increase.I Walter Bown. failure to necessary .1 i M|
stay, what we mean by 'winning'in minutes of from experience that pigs are article as printed In the
is worth few a TURKEY WISIIBONE
a dissatisfied with and
am yield the right-of-way
very How should the fertilizerbe
Vietnam and how our firm sneaky J when it comes to Nov. 23 edition of The Tele-
far ahead on reader's time be he a critic or making a break for freedom.A Why not save the Thanksgiving nrraph. this especially since we are causing an accident, fined applied? The soil shouldbe
stand now puts us wishbone to not to get anything for the court costs of moist
turkey $6.60. before applying the
Brahma will lean .
old the paragraph
of U S. big Somehow
a proponent present
the way to eventual organizationof on a fence and walk over It. create a colorful mistletoe critical of the Readers Digest extra money Thank you for James Vernon Knight wilful plant food. After it has been

a reliable world peace." policy. and the place can be spotted hanger! for Christmas? First" was mIsQuoted. This error letting me air this complaint.C and wanton reckless driving put out at the proper amountsbe .

easily. But when pigs get out. create sudsy snow by beating asked Senior citizens to read R. WhiteheadApplications sentenced to al I fine of sure to water In the fertilizer

It often Is a mystery, and it a cup of dry soap or detergent something against, their own $37.50 or five days in Jail. u immediately to prevent-. ik

The Bradford County Telegraph i takes as long to find the escape with, a little warm water Interests. Earl Hasse Sanford. wilful from' "burning" the plant.
until it resembles whipped / Asked and wanton reckless driving
spot in the fence. as it The paragaph In question V "
ESTABLISHED 1879 : the bone with sentenced to fine of $3'7.0'or
Coat
a
does to .fix it. cream. should have read quote. "Sen- J For One Policeman
1 this mixture and set aside five days in jail. .
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher for an hour or so. When the ior Citizens are advised to J. D. Smith, voluntary Intoxication HAMMONDORGAN
Finally" we- learned the read the article about the Applications are being taken -
suds begin to harden, wrap sentenced to a fine
a Florida'. Oldert Weekly Nwv. .per FnbU h.4 OeDu-.It; lard way that the only way the bone with narow red ribbon -' Readers Digest printed in the < for one opening in the of $27,50 or five days in jail I STUDIO
NIT of last edition of Senior Citizens 1:Jtarke Police Department. according -
to hog
Under Tin Sam Mart ileac cure a cow or a .
In a candy cane pattern. Ivory Millie voluntary intoxication -
breaking' out was to take the When the trim la entirely Newsofficial; newspaper of <: to Chief Bobby BUrgs. forfeited bond of Factory AnthortKndHammond
offender to market and let the National Council of SenIor Applicants can contact thedepartment Orpa
bow .
dry. fasten a ribbon to $27.50.James
PablWWloleb Thursday an* entered m. Second CUoa Matter .* tile Fort Offlo someone else take on the the bone with floral wire Citizens. Washington D. by phoning 964- Games, disorderly 8ato Service)
The alternative that C. and after reading pass it I 1400. The opening Is the result -
at Stark, Florida under Act of March .... 1S7. roblem. ]leaving long wire ends to tiea conduct by disturbing the Learn: to play the -y w4
of eating the animal we on to a neighbor or friend. of the resignation of Pa-
.. .... of mistletoe and to and Intoxi- ue IT. ,W. lOtbBRADFORD Ate ;
Subscription to trade areas 1 year, .00; 0 fJJW found' unsatisfactory, aa in- piece I do <;roLman Bob Myrick who has peace voluntary
not want to belaborthe
strategic locale. of
sentenced
bane In cation, to fine
it a a
..011.. ..... trade anal 1 year. f&aOu... 9 M_ arlably' U the critter was subject but I would like been working as relief man. $80 or to 15 days in Jail. G.JnsaW. 8IIonIq c..s







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KEYSTONE HIUTESZBy Gardner, son of Mr NEWS NOTES
and Mrs. Sam Gardner. was
home from FSU ifor the<: '. tL.i By Helen Egan
::By Jim Fox Thanksgiving holidays. By Joyce Row In Keystone Election Tuesday
I Please Phone In Your Items 473-4148 Harold Snellen, a Senior at
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City, Tenn, spent the I Rev. William I. Jones of "Jlhree; councflmen and a I er said Wednesday she naa'
WOMAN'S CLUB PLANS Odelle Hennles, first low Thanksgiving holidays with St. Anne's Episcopal Church Grant/ Rothammer Is in Uu. mayor\ Will be elected in next!I had Instructions from the
DRIVER COURSE gross. Herb Williams first his family, the Tom Crutch- was guest preacher at the Veterans Hospital In Gaines.' Tuesday's vote at. Keystone: Council to make provisions on
The Woman's Club of Key. low net: and Bob Hayes, first fields. Union Thanksgiving Day service vile following.a fall in his I Heights, but apparently the i the December 5 ballot for .aL
stone Heights wishes to thank low gross. Loralne Dey. daughter of in the Community' home that resulted a fractured offices of tax collector and I write-in vote to .fill these of.
all their friends who came to BABY SHOWER GIVEN Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dey, was Church.. He is a newcomer: to bone. He is doing' 'wet, tax assessor will go begging. flees.
the "Harvest Food Sale" and FOR MRS. SUNDERLANDMrs. home from FSU to spend ,the Keystone, succeeding: Rev. following an operation to correct : .No, candidates qualified. fOE' Keyktohe's city attorney
helped make It a huge success. Dan Pater and her' holidays with her family. William: Worstall, who trans- this. He la room 514 ettihe the Collector dr assessor Berwick Anderson and Count
1>wo Driver Training Courses daughter Margaret were hostesses -' Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ben- fered to California. The offerIng Mr.. and Mrs. Andrew Dunk: post, and City, Clerk Joy Bak ell Chalrmah Boy WatldiW!
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will be sponsored 'by the for a surprise baby nett and children, Terri and was to go to the American cf Miami! spent-the Thanksgiving .. .. were not available Wednesday.
Senior Woman's Club early In shower honoring Mrs. David Mark were holiday guests of Bible Society. weekend In Melrose for comment on .the vniMual
the new year. A daytime com Sunderland formely' Key- Muriel's grandmother. Mrs. Cottage Prayer Group of: visiting (Mrs. bunks !parents, 23 will be worn by /the out situation arising when-inown.
ae has been scheduled' for stone Heights and now a resident Mary Cason and her aunt : the Community Church will Mr. and Mrs. E. M.! IRoblnson,. standing player Coach Pick-I bent Collector Kitty I McOlave
January 16 and 17. from 1 to of Ft. Rucker. Ala., on and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John meet each week: Group 1. and other friends and rela lesetaer ,saM he Is, expectingtwo and incumbent Assessor J. o.
5 p. m. each day. This course Friday evening, Nov. 24. Cason, all of Andalusia, Ala, Wednesdays at 10 a. m.. at tives.Mr. all-cbnferene: players this Hanson failed to seek reelection
wiU be offered at the Municipal The party rooms in the Pa- E. L. Coombs of Oxon Hill,, New Chapel At Park-of-Palms the parsonage [women's and (Mrs. Leon, Duncan I yew' David. Qaboardi and and ho other candidate!
) Building. ter home on Nelson's Point, Md.. Mr. and Mrs. William group], and Group 2, Wednesdays and; family spent Thanksgiving Jerry Test. qualified: for the posts.
The win be In of Okinawa and at 7:30 at the In Northwest Florida, school mayor Ray Starhos said :1
evening course were beautifully decorated Coombs, Mrs. The IxMiiitlful new chapel' at Park-of-The-Palnu wan : p. m. Students returned to *
conducted at the Clay ElecUlo a yellow theme, with special Roy Gratamiller and son, home of Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Vitals :Row .Monday alter.a four day had no official Information
Co-op on the following emphasis on holiday decora- Denny of Pittsburgh, Pa.,, lmlliateil In special ceremonies at; S p.m. on Thanksgiving, Wal2 [men and women], and children: Danny.DBBra: ,, weekend. but it would be his guess that
dates: January. 24 and 31 tions. Refreshments were served were holiday guests of their Day !Svenil! Chrfotenxpn. of Orlando made the dedication address The Board of Trustees will and Dexter, spent Thanksgiving the matter would. be- resolvedby
from 7 to 10 p. m.; and on from a table accented father Arthur Coombs and and Cliarle, Den tier gave the _dedication prayer. The be at 7:30: p; m. Friday Dec. at ,the home' of Mr. and the Council'\ hiaUng appolnfcments -
February 7.from 7 to 9 p. m. with a yellow-mums center- Mrs. Ethel Weyman. new chapel neat 200 and Is now louse for regular. Sunday, 1 for their regular( monthly Mrs. Jack GaviIt- and fanvttjIn 'to fill the upcoming -
If you are Interested please piece. Robert Pater son of Mr. and Thurdduy services at Park-of-The-Palm, meeting. Fairbanks. vacancies in the two of*
circle ,these dates on your calendar The guests who were present and Mrs. Dan Pater of Nel- The Executive Board of the SP3 Bob Ford" left .Tuesday //J4 flees, rather than to reaott to
A reminder will be Included to surprise Mrs. SUnder- son's Point, was home for the,I Church Women met at 1 p. m. to return to San Diego! ,CaUf. a write-to. vote.
In this column at a land Included: the honored holidays. He Is a student .at Guests of Mr. and !Mrs. Rosa I, Thanksgiving! with Mrs.. Jo on November 27 and planned after a visit with life patents, S3Dd' Three councilman will be
later date. guest's grandmother Mrs. Florida Central Academy.Mr. I Sunday afternoon were theli Strandberg. Thursday mornIng programs for the coming!. :Mr. and Mrs. 'R. V. Ford. St. WUItett's :Mass elected Tuesday from yield\ of.
The Woman's Club will L John Phillips and her moth and Mrs. Gay Livingston friends, !Mrs. Wayne Valentineand Sam. Dorothy" and Charles month. The general meetingwill Mr. and Mrs.: Gene' Easter! Mass.. 9 .fern. Wedjwaday. four candidates: ificnmbent
have a board meeting on er-in-law, Mrs. R. N. Sunder- were Thanksgiving! day daughter of Center HIT Henry Butler of Ormond be held on December 4. ling and. children Kathy Ter- and Novena 7 p.m. I chairman oyw&tldlts- la
Tuesday Dec. 5, at 9:30: a. min land Miss Kay Sunderland guests of Mrs. Livingston's and Mrs. John Hardison ol Beach. :. and Paul Lee and All church and circle womenare ry, and Edgar,' of Eau Gallic 1'l\khu'rlltt.' seeing re'-etecUon: ,. and ottroniaeekini
the Municipal Building. Mrs. Lon Bushton Mrs. Char- parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Gainesville.Mrs. Gregory Standlberg' of Jacksonville urged to attend, as final visited; Chester Wesley over t: Church: Rev.,I two-year coUncil tennd'< '
There will be a "Beefeaters" les Wallenlus Mrs. Everett Turner, of West Palm Beach. Helen Whitton and Joined them for plans will be made for an open the weekend. Lion F. Miner minister.. Mrs. are James Cook. ,formertax..
dinner on December 15 at the Fox, Mrs. George Sohaeffer On Friday evening Mr. and children, Tommy and Marcla,, Thanksgiving dinner They also house in honor of Rev. and Mr. and tars.: WilMiwn P. George Canova. torgaiust MrS.' assessor: Ray Winans, ooftip-
Masonic Hall. ThU will IK! Mrs. Barry Wyman, Jr., and Mrs. Livingston were dinner spent last weekend in Largo celebrated Charles' birth- Mrs. Leon F. Milner on December Duncan, Jr. spent' Thardtsgw* William Warren -Secretary tit>irer for a Gainesville 'Wee
sponsored by the Woman's Mi-s. Harold Suttxm. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Out of town guests at the day.Mr. 10 from 3 to 5 p. m ing in Palatka. with Mrs. Dun: Sunday School e::40 a. m I trlcal firm: 'and Huntley R d-
Club. hERE N' THERE Hunt of Deerfleld Beach. Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs J. Leslie and ,Mrs. O. W. Ellis This occasion will be for can's: parents. Mr., and Mrs- Morning Worship. 11 ft. m foam Jr., trotuTance sateamn.!
BOWLING NEWS Congratulations are being and Mrs. Hunt were hosts for Price: for Thanksgiving lost a couple of their neigh- everyone' In the community to W. W. Tanner. Mr. Duncan is Nursery at 11 a. m. service Incumbent Mayor Ray etar-
The DeWLtt C. Jones team, extended to Herb and Lola an engagement party honorIng -i dinner were their daughtei bors this week. The Bannlngs meet the Mllners and enjoy asocial recovering from: a case. which Is now playing In the Nelson, who were married on their daughter Miss Susan -. and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs, moved to Mathewson Manoron .! gettogether.The I pneumonia and has been In ... for re-election.
Northwest Florida Travel Monday evening Nov. 20.( In Hunt, and the Livings- Kelly Nail of Orange Park Lake Geneva, last week. annual Christmas Glendale Hospital In Palaftka. -Prssbyter1s Church
League, played In Ocala on Starke. ton's son. Alec Livingston. and Mr. and Mrs. Winslow It's always' hard on us when luncheon will be held at 12 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Orollck Faith i.Presbyterian minister.
November 12, taking two Mr. and Mrs. !Robert Red- The dinner party and dance Fredrlksson and son of Oaln- our beloved, ,neighbors leave noon on December 20. i spent Thanksgiving In Jacksonville -Rev. R. Naale Jr., MURRHEE
Mr W. A. Wallace organist
points from the opposing fearn, of Valdosta Oa., .and was held at the Crystal Lake esville. Mrs. Thomas Norwood and with relatives *
team, Bellalr Lanes, of Or- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Redfearn I.I Country Club. Miss Linda Price and her us.Mr.. and Mrs.;Dick. Billiard Mrs. J. A. Williams general Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Roberson *, Mrs., Carl Swlaher Insurance Agency
mond Beach. and children, of Miami were On Saturday morning, Mrs. grandparents Mr and Mrs. L spent the weekend with their chairmen assisted by other and son Harold; of Port Orange kumtatt* ofganbt.
Richard .
The high single game was guests of the men's parents, Livingston Susan and Alec: L. Rldaught, of Hawthorne, daughter Mrs. Ralph RoysterIn circle members, catered: the spent a few days sitltMr. Sunday School, 9:4: a.m JoIII'tbeect.
bowled by Gladys Tillls [134J. Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red enjoyed deep-sea fishing. Alec spent Thanksgiving in Cross Inglls, and enjoyed catchIng Booster Club Dinner on November : Robersorl's' mother!' ,' (Mrs.' orpic Worship 11, a.m. General Insurance <
and Joyce Barton had a high fearn Sr., over the Thanks- was very pleased when he City as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Red fish. Drum .and Rock In the educational Ada Roberson, and otihef' relatives Sunday; (Nursery open both I FIre CasualtyManse\
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series of 671.' Total series for giving holidays. On Saturday caught a bull dolphin which Larry Ridaugbt. base. 'building. In Melro e. hounjSt. ) Bondi .
the team [with handicap: ] was, the Redfearn family enjoyed weighed over 40 pounds. He Mr. and Mrs H. C. Johnsonof (Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James EASTERN STAR I Mr.. aud Mr...J. D. J'Anrlerand ej.bjcopAI 'Iteysthn Height i-47W:

3734.One seeing the Florida-FSU" game was awarded a citation for Atlanta, da. visited her flew to McComb, Ill., Saturday The Keystone Heights OE3 children of Spencer, spent Anne'sRev.. W1llla.m k
member of the team In Gainesville. this catch I sisters and brothers-in-law because of the death of Chapter held an impressive Thanksgiving with, her par- : -
Neoma Nelson was unable to Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red LIONS TO SPONSOR Mr. and Mrs. W. o. Prestonof his, mother, Mrs. Earl James,I Memorial Service at the November ents, Mr. and.Mrs. J. A. R s8. I. J nea, vicar. ..
attend. due to the death of fearn, Jr. and daughter, Julie LIGHT BULB SALE Melrose and Mr. and Mrs. who passed, away. suddenly. 21 regular chapter: (Mr and 3. J. Hearn and Momlfig Prayer and Ser
her fattier.. The league extends were dinner guests of Mr. The Keystone Heights Lions R. L. Watkins of Keystone. "Our sympathies go out to the meeting with "A cross In The daughters, Ann and! Matey of -mon, 2nd and 4th. Sundays, SCHEDULE:
their deepest sympathy. The and Mrs. Martin :Ramos and will have a light bulb sale Guests Sunday of Mrs. K. Jones family." I r East" as the central theme' St. Petersburg' are visitingDr. ::3O ajn. (nursery open.) OF SERVICES
team Is grateful for Julia children, of Jacksonville, on Saturday morning Dec. 2, W. Steinert Included Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Smith returned for the ceremony. I and Airs. C. R. Hook. Holy Eucharist and sermon J..
Wells, who substituted for Thanksgiving! day. between the hours of 9::30 and Mrs. E. M. Robinson, Misses home after visiting her The December' 8 Chapter Ensign and Mrs. John Coleman 1st and 3rd Sundays.. 0:30: a PARK
Mrs. Nelson Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Car- 12 noon. They will be calling Annabel and Reta Robinsonof daughter Trellis Cheshire In I meeting Initiatory' ceremony are visiting his parents. in. (nursery open). Church ,
The next game will be played roll und children Ramona from door-to-door within the Palatka. Mrs. Andy!( Dunkof Pompano Beach:: spent another -I will be conducted by Worthy Col. and Mrs. John coletnan. School. 9:30: am. "Holy Eucharist 'Of the
on December 10, at San- and Larry, were holiday visitors city limits of Keystone and at Miami. Mrs. Emma Kelly of week in Bellevlew, and was, Matron Geraldine Jackson. ,, Mrs. Van Netta''Went' to 8 a.m. each Sunday.1CVenlftc' -P.AL MS
ford. at the home of their son- homes on the surroundinglakes. East Palatka' and Mrs. Maude back In time for Thanksgiv Worthy Patron Hector Own- Lakeland to visit her' mother Prayer 7:30: p.m. ;
I \. .TEEING: OFF! in-law and daughter. Mr. and Robinson of Gainesville. ing. Those enjoying the holiday I bey and the chapter officers. Mrs. Cannon and then to Ft, each Sunda,. BYC, 6:30: p.m. s :sttNDA
"VoHcUe Ketch, received hon Mrs. H. J. Bentley, Jr., of The members 'Will be selling Guests last week of Mr. and with her were: her daugh, I The general business meetingwill Pierce to visit other relatives.Mr. each Sunday. YS '
ors for the first low gross at Montgomery; Ala. 1, an assortment of eight bulbs Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe and familyincluded tens Mrs. F. W. Murray. Mrs., follow with plans for the and Mrs. J. 'W. Sapp Dally offices of Morning 11:00: A.M7:36: P.M.
the recent golf-a-round held Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Magann. for $2. Please ,be generous as Mr. and Mrs. Frank Techla McGrlff and families: Christmas program on December and sons. Eddie and Larry, md Evening Prayer 8:00: a-m. -THURSDAYS
at the Dunnellon Golf and and son..Christopher Sean of proceeds will be donated ,for Welland of' Williston' Mr. and X. M. and Iva Smith and 19, and the honoring of went. to the races In Jacksonville arid 50 p.m. .1:3 -P..M. .
Country Club. Jacksonville, had Thanksgiving sight conservation work Mrs.:-OharIes "Hlbbs of Cltra children;- M?. and' Mrs- Hay- Master Masons of Melrose Saturday. FUNDAMENTAL"
Local winners at the recent dinner with Mrs. Magann's MARLA CUNNINGHAM and, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrell don Smith and family of Live Masonic Lodge. i Duplicate Bridge I
tournament and luncheon. parents. Mr. and Mrs. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY of Palatka. Oak- Mrs. Trellis Cheshire Each. Christmas all Florida Winners of the Melrose -LutherpLutheran* DInl E TEACHING
held at the Green Cove George Schaeffer; Miss Maria Cunningham Mr. and. Mrs. Claude Yeoman and son of Pompano Beach, chapters remember membersof Duplicate, Bridge Club last I Church of Keystone
Springs Golf and Country Herb Nelson. Jr. was a dinner daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of San Mateo visited Mr. .and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cheshire the I Masonic: and Eastern week were: Mrs. B. A. Allen Heights; Vicar Richard AH Sir-i lees Held In The
Cltib, Included: Vonclle Ketch guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cunningham of Key- and Mrs. R. M. Caaon. Friday.Ed of Alacliua. Mrs. Smith Star Home In St. Petersburg. and Mrs. J P._ Foster 1st Meyer; minister. New Bible Center
first low gross; Odelle Hen- Everett Fox on Thanksgiving stone Heights, celebrated her Simmons of Gainesville left Monday go to Georgia!, Personal gifts may be accepted place; Mrs. Roland Bryan. and; Divine worship, Sunday 11
nles and Vesta Alken tied for day. fifth .birthday with, a party at spent ther holidays with his on business.Mr. but. the central planning Mrs. J. P. Vase 2nd place: a. m. Holy Communion 2nd --,.--
low net but when the cards Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson her home on Monday, Nov. 20. parents Lt. Col [tret.l] and and Mrs. M. J. Johns la ''for jams and Jellies [diets Mrs. Gladys Van Netta and 'Sunday of each month.
were matched, Odelle Hennies of Largo were holiday The guests, who enjoyed Mrs. E. R. Simmons. were down for the long week- etlo ones preferred. Please Mrs. Gladys Wilson 3rd place.
received the honors: Vesta guests of their son-in-law and party games and cake and Miss Ginny Simmons spent end, and enjoyed fishing. bring articles: to the chapter Methodist Church Services. held: each Sundayat KEYSTONEHE1GHTS
AIken 'Won low putts: Vonclle : daughter,, Mr. and 'Mrs. Bud Ice creamy included: Stacey the weekend ''WIth friends In Carl Hurst is taking advantage meeting on the 19th, or take An offering'. for the work of St. Anne' Episcopal:
Ketch received a prize for the Beeler. and Matthew Menzen Terri Atlanta.Mr. of the water being low them to the Worthy Fwtron the Florida Spanish (Ministry Church Keystone JelgbtaFW ,
longest drive on number one Mr. and Mrs. Jack Methvtn, Methvin Pam Farris Lance and Mrs. C. B. GlIstrap and working on a sea wall. home before that date, as delivery [work among the Cuban refugees .
hole: Freda Wyman was and family were visiting with Wyman Joyce Moore Tracy and daughter, Cathy of Spar- Pete and Joyce Barton were must be made on the in Miami Tampa and -BaptistWorship .
awarded a prize for being Mrs. Methvin's parents. Mr, Darden, George Payne, Tom teniburg S. C. spent the weekend out catching specs over the 20th. During Secretary Beatrice other areas In Florida] 'wQl be :
closest to the pin on number arid Mrs. R. R.Haynes of Or. Parson. Scot Morgan Julie with Mr. and Mrs. R. F. weekend. Pete caught one SChroeder's cruise In the received next Sunday. service : Sunday
5 hole; Thelma Wallace and lando over the weekend. Redfearn Barry Ilgen and Simmons.: that weighed two pounds two Pacific Mrs. Janet Haynor 1& The District Conference will 11 a. m.. 7:30 p. ml: (nursery:
Libby Nickell received conso- \. Stan of fill singing of Connie Smith ounces. be 4 from 'pefl3.
Mr.; and Mrs. Richard Luke and Lisa Stalllngs, acting secretary. Monday, Dec 2:30 r ,
lation prizes. diford were Thanksgiving day Gainesville. Jack Green Ernest Tubb. Dee and Betty Morris and LATE BAZAAR NOTES -9:00: p. m. at the WUliston Sunday School.: 9:45: a.. in MELROSE
Final play for the Past-Pre guests of Dee's parents. Mr. Maria's grandmothers, Mrs. Stonewall Jackson and others children spent last 'Weekend Sale of many articles: will Methodist Church. Delegates., rnutteny\ open]. Training: Onion ,
sident's! Cup will be held and Mrs. N. Watson Handenjergh. Blanche Cunningham and made for a really great show.I In Crystal River visiting his ,be offered at the .general to District Conference include. S:3e: p. m. (Binary open]
Thursday. Nov. 27. Mrs. L. J. Green, and :Miss Owen Bryant and friend. mother, Mrs. Bartow Ellis meeting of the Church Women the Church School Superin Rev Lawrence Carroll., I,
On Thursday Dt>c. '7, members Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ottlnger Dianne Ilgen assisted Mrs. Mr. Bass of Boca Raton I Betty's parents Mr. and Mrs. on December 4, and continued tendent. President of the WS-, XUtxrr.. BUSINESS
of the Keystone Woman's and son, Michael of Gainesville Cunningham in caring for the caUght: 70 specs drifting: in Raymond Slaven stayed Wednesday during the month. CS, President of the MY?.. ,
Oolf Association will! sponsor were holiday guests of guests.W'yVyyvyyVY'VYvYVVV'V. the big lake Sunday. to Sunday,with the Anyone Interested in ,the re4 Lay Leader, District Steward, A classified ad 'In the Telegraph -
their monthly "Ladles' DaY" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottlnger The wind had the fish I Morris family. Dee and Mr. ipe book, and Mrs. Holt's and Lay member. >> brings results !DIRECTORYBEAUTY:'
followed by a luncheon and of Lakevlew Drive. Carol and ,. ed up most of last mess-I Slaven were fishing at Crystal book of poems may obtain Next. Sunday will be Communion : _
meeting at the club house. Bill will be leaving for Ver- cording to the Griffins. of I River again at the end of the these by calling any church Sunday. _
:Each member Is asked to furnish mont next month, where Bill INDIAN BEACH Griffin's Lodge. Some catches week. Dee has been enjoyinga member or the office. Cost Is School News '
her own sandwich. has accepted a position with over the weekend included: week's vacation. $1. Two Melrose football players c royincetownBetter SHOP

The following club members ftawlston-Purlna. We wish Woodrow and Tommy John- Edwin Baker of Lake Geneva PERSONALSMrs. were! chosen as all-confer ......,...a. ......,.,"'....... .
'were winners In the Turkey them the best of luck I (Lake Binte Fe) son of Jacksonville, caught spent Thanksgivingwith Ethel Moody, sister -of ence in the Riverland Confer ?I.uI, I. .--.- .Qu..".'.".,.,,".,""..'......--............
Tournament which was completed Kay Sunderland was home By Michael n. Chltty 150 specs Ken Jarvin 19, Jerry '1'. C. Miller and Mrs. Mrs. A. G. Loudon, returned ence. They were .James A1I I 'V"\ a., ,0' ....,_
at the club last week:, from FSU, last week. to spend Pb. 475-1171 Adkms and John Gulls 15. Eunice Miller was a dinner home from Putnam Memorial vare* and EddieSt., John. .. _=.- -"KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Vesta_ Alken first low net. the holidays with her parents.I ... & & & James White. 43, Mr. and Mrs. guest. Jack, Lou and.the children Hospital last Sunday and win I David Tomlinson received I 111"- SHOP
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1-- R. E. Allen caught 15. Betty went to Suwannee over appreciate cardaand vislti I Honorable Mention. I, HotaM. Parnltnre Co.
I Greetings happy people who, says, "The fishing will !Improve the weekend, and enjoyed from friends, as she will be I The Journalism class at 1209 6. 'Edcewood Ave., di* JoIIMoa", OW..
I didn't eat too much last week when the wind calms catching: some Red fish and confined to a wheel ohafr for, Melrose published a paper ........"
[For did ]J. Maybe we are down Mr. Jacksonville Florida 32!ClS
you again. She and Roy Trout. They were visiting a few months.: I called "Man Thoughts"j A er.au...
all Just about over that caught 58 specs on the brush and Mrs. Bus Porter. Mrs. Harlow Fuller Is visitIng -' which Is on sale in some of HaIr Stylmff! ,
Thanksgiving dinner by now. pires Sunday. Mathilda, our mama. Siamese her son Richard and' the stores for 10 cents. IDdlYid..a Beauty PaN.
(Don't worry men, that turkey Red Neal caught five bass cat Is now a mama cat familyIn Syracuse. N. Y. December will start the Dvwy {Porm or Beauty Culture
SI can't: last much longer] Saturday morning and three again. Sunday night she had Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Hoi basketball season when MeN, Open Tu.*>.-Sat. *-fl
The first thing I want to do bass another morning. five bouncing baby kittens. It enjoyed a Thanksgiving family rose plays Jacksonville CHri-l I Clo8d ;
this week, U apologize for that Fred And Vera Swearhigen won't be long now. till we'll reunion with their families Man at Melrose. This will be Monday
"BU BOO-BOO" I made last were In Jacksonville, Thanksgiving have lots of fun playing! with In Jacksonville the first season at Melrose for|
I week. At the end of my column visiting Vera's sister l kittens again Mrs. Nell Grayson received coach John Plckleslmer.: He. CONCRETE
last week, I mentioned and mother Mrs.\. J. T. Leigh !Mr. and Mrs.. Art Wheeler 'word of the sudden death other will have nine returning lettermen ,
an eighth a-radepoem: of mine and Mrs. Nora Mathis, her!' spent Thanksgiving. In Orlando aon-ln<-aw. in (Melbourne: and ten rookies to I Hawthorne Concrete
: ,I about Thanksgiving. Well, due nephew and wife, Mr.: : ; and with. her sister and broth last week. He Was on his way work with. Each 'week J ese; & Supplyj; Inc.
I to uncontrolable circumstances Mrs. Frank Leigh; Fred's er-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny home from work when the -
I IIc : the wrong poem was sent mother, Mrs. Fred; Swearinggen I. Broshear. accident oc: urred. Military REDICONCRETK
In to the paper. 'Have no fear, Sr. and his sister-in-law, Doris Lutgen was a week services were conducted in went A.J MIX:
U will appear, at the end of Mrs. Doris Bwearimen.Mrs. end guest of Mrs. Ruby Os- Pensacola. He through the *cots, .
this column. Kathleen Moines of teen of Keystone.. Mr. and And over' the hill. hwy. 20 W.- Hawthflrt*
%_ i Last Wednesday, we were Ocala U visiting her sister Mrs. Joe Joseph, their daughter With 'an ear of 'cot'n.In Charley 4l-29%!, Z03.
visited by two of my aunts and brother-in-law, Pap and Patty, and her friend were Wa: Ole crooked bill.
Mrs. Teenle Crenshaw of Reba Norsworthy; for a few! visiting Mr. and Mrs Lucky Alicia was home for the holiday !- Then an at once, 'E. NURSERY -
Have Enough Gift Money In Time I Gainesville and Mrs. Clara days. Henry NorsworChy spent Lutgen Thanksgiving day. from Florida State 'Uni- From In the green., J.Jobns --

To Take Advantage Of Best SeI I Sullivan of williston. We all the holidays with his family.Mr. Mrs. Earl Voyles and daughter versity. A man. popped out O.C. Carne Nunery
My brother Wayne was With .
sub-machine
went fishing Wednesday afternoon a IOwa
and Mrs Dv44 Rape Peggy visited Mrs. C. A. 100, norabooM M
I lections .- I but was too rough spent the weekend In Baxley Walker In Lakeland, over the bunting over the weekend: Bang! bang! bang!, I 'lMflse8Zt15t5kI, :
Tor the fish to bite, My father. Ga visiting Mr. and Mrs. weekend. I along with Billy hell Harold Went the mighty gun. -uWy Btook 0...;. Thci1il.. >ftior
dine your friends and loved ones gifts that ex I James! and I will probably be WoodroW' :King! and did some We received a nice letter I I I killed Snellen a and.Hog Yvls that Hunt.weighed They I The Then'ma11 at last, about thi* question: runt A rroftTMM tof

ress your regard r You will have a Merrier fishing more this week as he fishing there. On their way from \Mrs. Ida Whitehead last around 225 > Re had one. "Fire damage to the o0.. rom. Nice shad e.TrMr.
pound&and quite took it
apartment
Christmas making them 1 really. happy. WraPS up a two week vaca- : home, they visited Betty and week:, and she has had an operation a few ducts. To his wife.home. I own forced out avergmsn.. & IADCl8eaI*
If you're short of tuh this tion. He's been enjoying fishIng Richard Barker in Waycrosa, on right ankle. She Well, friends I've ran'tfut my P1&nte. AH in eontatoer.* I
season and ''who and loafing! around. And 'oat from the kitchen tenants for four months
Isn't Let's talk it 'over. Last week. Otis Melton and Oa.Bobby and Sherry Strick Is patient, in Columbia In Columbia, S. C.Hospital She- of news ag lh. so! this Is your She brought him a knife. during: repairs. I lost$1800 Plaat, i anytlma. r fl..>. ffMloaa

1 were rather!' busy. We along l land and son Bottby. and Billy is visiting her son and daugh rollingreporter that the! reminding still ,I He picked he and cut, In tent. la there Insurance Let 1M do7-< __,...
you specs are I Until wa done.
COME IN :- GET' .ACQUAINTED : with Uncle Grandmother Alfred and Copeland Raymond 'and Weber Mrs. James were visiting Bobbins Sun-Mr. ter-in-law,.Mr. and.Mrs. Layton biting; and they're waiting on I Then he hollered, to reimburse, for Joss ofI I 1'JIo.. 'S14.1145 "

Thomas went to the Whitehead. you to com: catch: >m. Until vcett here Hon". 1 rental Income doe to phys
KEYSTONE ; wrestlingon day. Gary Weber spent Mr. and Mrs. W. Kite. Sr. next here's j ical damage USED CARS -,.-
STATE BANK Thursday. night. Saturday Thanksgiving holiday. In Jack E. : week Lfedoh. Sorry: She eotdted! him: lip. to the 'rental '- "' -
of Ocala, and Mrs. Robert It'sa weeK late. 11
night we attended; the WQHC'aU sonville. Mr. With some good ole dressing. i salts?
Member F.J>.I.c. Kite of West Palm Beach! Mr. LEE i Keystone Heights Fla: Festival of Stars. After Ca*
Steve .
and Dottle Melntfre and Mrs.\. B. "A '
H. Gain
Davis of ThftnksclVtnf Story"A For aQ their blessings Charley E.
the Johns
show to
we even got shake
Bio
of CASH
-Your Atlanta. Ga. and Charles esvllle. Mrs. of big fat turke DlSCOIr.a
Friendly Bank'fit; Your Friendly hands. with Ernest Tubb. The Kykendall ,. We always have. .
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Louise and Paulette Strand- TERMS-
Jacksonville, and Alicia] KitS One Fall day. Agency
Community. gay humorous antics of Harold Good food and high living. ; "
BUY
I berg of Jacksonville, arrived SELL
were Thanksgiving guestsot Went a prancing: TRADE
Wheh Btery year 131 S
Morrison, and the !feeauti- Walnut-SU
Rt.
.. Wednesday night to-spend Mr.\. and 1 BWK tO
-. -. Mrs.\ w E. Kite Jr. On his way. It comes Thanksgiving. PRONE '
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THURSDAY,.NOV. 30, 1867 BRADFORD OOUNTT' TIEIJBOHAPH. BTAJUCK. rLOJtJI Vi -
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yyy y!Vf ? y t y?. J. I* Sparfcman. the Jr. CtA's. and farnvy'(. MORQAIf CHAPEL

Mrs Lawton/ Tomigblood and Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Adklns Sunday School 9:4: *. Morning -

HAMPTONBy Mrs. George Ketmah 'bnpltw 0* tWm* was the ThnntoS Worship' 11 Training

vises oft! AfMcaA\ i stew menu giving guest of &Cr. and Mrs.J. Union 6:15.: : Evening Worship,

served at noon. Ot. ''Adkin: 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer Meet-
Jo>> Ann HlokaNAAAAAAAAAAW '
Meeting 'Beverly\ Jo and.' Joel SMith Ing., 7:30.:

VAA' There was a joint meetingof '.r"cJlUJe vpent Saturday .4B6b 't* Cooper! pastor.

Hampton City Council, with -Oielr: gri-anapnrtnta( :Mr.
Now Arrival 'Bradford County Developnlant' I bind'Mrs. J. '0. Adklns. FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII
v.i: and (Mrs. ILarry W. STARKE
Authority and tBraT6rd'OtfuMy; :Get VtwrtA from OT9U pent
ungrWood announces the School' Board on Tuesday nlgTit1' Week of Prayer for. Foreign
the holidays with his parents,
larry I '
of a son Wayneborn
birth (MfeAloh; Dec. 310.
at the Hampton City Hall To "Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harrell. Mr.
Jr.. on Nov. 24 In the .yBrothe11hood Meeting .
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discuss possible use of Hampton Harrell and! Glen spent I --
Bradford County Hospital andelg'hlng and Breakfast, 7:30: a. m.
Elementary School build- days in Georgia fishing. I .
6 Ibs. and 4
( oz. School 9:43.: Morning BAPTIST
Ing. Sunday LONG BRIDGE!:
NeweApproxlmatfely Out of town Thanksgiving BOATDRAiN BAPTIST RAXFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST
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Church Personals Worship at 11; sermon CHURCH
of Mrs. Lillian Inger-
guests
i Child Be?" CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
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60 Girls "What Shall This
Mr. and :Mrs. P. ..
E. Christieand
mother Mrs.
lath iwere, her '
members and adult Training. Union 6:18.: Evening Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m :
Auxiliary Mrs.! 'David Kelly of Bossier Lillian Schick her aunt, :Miss I 'Sdnday School 10:00: a. m., Schedule of services: Sunday
from four churches '' Worship '7:'SO.sermon, "cross School 9:49: a. m. Morning Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
workers '
City. La. werff supper. -A': M. II\1ck.lI'bt'Brooklyn' N. Morning Worahip. 11:00: a. School, 10 ".In. Worship, 11
Robert ing Over Jordan. Worship 10:43: a. m. '7 Rev. Xeland A. Worship 8 m.i
heard Mrs. Parham tell and p. m.- Evening p.
guests on Saturday of Mr. ?. Adrian tFacardo and RI- Training Union. 7:00: p. '
m., 1:80 Training
Baptist Mission work 1n : Monday -Ida Darby Circle am. and p.m. Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
of and Mrs.
D. E. !Hill '
and daughter cardoCaceres from Peru, Worship, 8::00
p.
Africa ift charge of Week of Prayer 1 m, Evening Union, 6:30 p-m. Rev. Jack MidWeek at 8
Nigeria and last Mon Wendy'' HHI spent the Sooth.! America' and Arturo m.; Evening Service, 7:45. Thursday Visitation 10 8 p. m. Sing each).Friday
day evening at the Hampton weekend at scans' from 'tTip-! Cahdafa 'Jfvarfi' Guatemala, program at churok. "Latin Wed. 7:30p. : Stolte pastor.KIKdSLEY Prayer Service Wednesday a. m. and 7 p. m p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pas
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meeting. :
'American CTmnthes." 9 a. m, Prayer '
Baptist< Church. ola Jr. fn'Marlanna/ 7:45: p. m tor.
ColJeg c ntf&l ATrteriea. (Mrs. Schick
meeting1', 8 In. '(Deacon's m.aev.: Virgil lorett. I LAKE
and :Mrs. Parham have }\ A. p,
Mr. Mrs. A. P. Johns and.:'!Mrs.. and Miss Frlckel are here for I NEW RIVER BAPTIST
been missionaries In Africa for George Saxon entered the ewe weeks. Meeting 6 p. m. M- Pastor. .... BAPTIST CIIURCII SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST' .
41glvt. Madison Street BaptistOhurWh. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. School. 10 m.
: a.
and Sunday
:Mrs. Parham '
14 years Bradford County- Hospital fortreat'ment :Mr. and Mr Jim Baker and BAPTIST CHURCH
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showed photographic slides 7:30:: () p: m. BAYLfcSS 1IIGHWA Morning Worship 11 a. in. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
last week. and Mr. and
family OrlalMo 6J-: W. Pratt. St. Sunday
iTneedayLorena tepperson BAPTIST CHURCH Training Union 6:13 m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m
: Union. 7 m. Eve-
Nigerian costume and p. Training p.
native Mr. and; Mrs. 'Charles Puaa- Mrs MIton( Vlsntr and ,famiily Week of services: Sunday School 10
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to Illustrate Circle in change ol Evening Service 7:30: p. m. Worship 8 p. m Training Union 630; p. m, ".
of the country ning
curios terl :
stopped at :Mr. and Mrs her message. They and I Paul Babyars for a few days guars Of Mr. and :Mrs. Her- Prayer program" .... Junior Morning .Worship service. 11 Midweek Prayer Service Training 8:15 Wednesday night service Cvrenlng: Service 7:80.: Prayer
leal Missions. 9 nx. Union : p m.
7:30
their four sons are living in visit. \ Wednesday : p. m. Come 7:30 welcome.I. Meeting Wednesday 7:30: ,
were tort
They theirw'ay ac'hel1'lPa'rker, Thanksgiving. : m.l: Training Union. 830: : p. m. Everyone ?
Sunbeams ,
a.
I Choir practice, ana : Evening Worship 7 p. m.
Gainesville while on (furlough to :Miami. Mrs. Ji. let us worship together.PIN p. In.-.Rev. R. B. Butlwr.
from their work. sister of !Mrt ant 'of Gainesville and pastor.
Babyar. .
fanHy Practice: 4 p. m. m. LEVEL C; Williams,' pastor. I
.BATYIS .....
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Those present represented Zina Beth Young celebratedher MY. and Mrs. Charles (HlckS Wednesday -6. S. Super: ",, Prayer Meeting. Wed.. 7:30: CHURCH or CHRIST
Madison St.,.Keystone Heights 1st toirthday: Oft Sunday and '''family''bPere' the dinner Meeting. Meeting. Wed., Sunday, School&, ID a, m IICILBRONN BAPTIST ""
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t'a Cabinet O. FIRST
1fItend ; p. m.: PRESBYTERIAN!
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Starke First and Hampton She of Otto :Morning Worship 11 .. m Sunday: Bible Study ..
Is the igl-anddatig ter- of Mrs and Mrs. '
guests 6< Jn. Ethel Biggs Circle In; '7:30: m.;. Choir Rehearsal Sunday Bchxaa v:44: a. :'So
Baptist Churches, of the New Mr. and :Mrs. Lester McCtfl-\ Hicks ISr.. TWanksglvln'g.Mr. 'charge p 'of Week 'of Player! Wed.,p.7:30: p. m.: Brotherhood Pre-Strvlcse" (Booster band.., Sunday. School, 9:45: a. m. a. m::; Mocnlng):) Worship and. Morning Wonnlp. 11 a. m. '"
River Baptist Association. A loughMr. : and Mrs. Richard Wllliams '. Young People, and Pray Communion Service 11 a. JI1.I
program "Africa E\' .ngeJIsIm, meeting, last MondayIn Morning Worship, 11 a. Training Union. 8:30: p. m.Training' .
covered dish supper 'was served : and !Mrs. 'Leaston )BV>rsytti and family of New Port Chvrcb Practice, Service]. 0 p. m. Evening m'l I Evening services 630.: W
.7 p. m. Choir eacb month. Rev. David Youth Fellowship, 6 p. Union 7:00: p. m. w
ft those attending the eve- and of Wednesday Worship! ...,,-
> daughter Hlgli- RJchey where recent guests 7:43.: Medetros I War hlp1 ... m. Midweek' I I >> !
,, pastor. Evening service 8:00.: MidI -
ning's program. Mrs. Don Hill, land City 'were The guest 'Of l Mr. and Mrs. J.. W. Horne. *Thursday =-Tfifelert Masters 'Service; Wednesday. 7:30: p Choir Practice Wednesday I tee 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. week prayer Service, 7:30
Association QA 'Director, 'Was :Mr. and !Mrs. J. W. !Horne on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cahoon CitcTe Bi "cNaTge ot Twiddle MOPE .BAPTIST CU11E411IHIAthf :I a pm I .
(charge of the of iPatttoank ? !tat:-.Rev.. D.. L., Ramsey,* pas- .I I' beiL'V., p. m. Wednesday. ,.-
IH program. Sunday.Mr. and daughter! East, Teaching," 0.a.... m. ftev_Robert D.-Burch.: *. ,,. '
it. GA's and Mrs. Andrew Kelley spent Thanksgiving day I with tee at 'Th reMNO.' foi-. J

Africa 'was the topic of the and family of Tatlapoosa' Ga. :Mr. and 'Mrs. Pete Harrell. CHURCH OF 'GOD' Sunday School 16 a. m. .

Jr. GA's and Sunbeam nrts- were visiting the Jeff Baker's Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Waters 423: N. Clair St., Sfcarka. F :Morning, Worship-11 a. m: .

don study program at Hampton over the weekend son. had as their guests last (Isunday Sohool. .[0 a. m. Worship Training 'Union-8:30: P. m. .

Baptist Church Saturday, Mrs. Shirley Norman 'and week, !Mm. Walteraon's! tnother Services, 11 a. m. and 7 Evening. Worship 7:18: An Investment in Your future

Nov. 25.Handicraft. girls, Mrs. Neta Johnson, Donna and brother and family, Mrs. !p. m. YPE Wednesday 7 p. m.Praiyer p.m. '
stories and lunchall Jean ''Keys' and Carl (Deft Glttman and (Mr. and Mrs. Friday 7 p.
Meeting. .
Wednesday Night :?:!"yef
followed the African theme, nlson spent from Thursday Glttman of Virginia.Mr. ''m.'. Jfcev. L. S. Wllllania past-

with Mrs.Calvin Varnes teachIng until Sunday In Ft. :Myers ': ., and Mrs. J. .W. Horn lor) I Merle Services Pockham- 7:30: pastor p. m. Rev. At E III 1 e. m o 11 m !
the Sunbeams and Mrs. visiting Mrs. :Merle Singleton pent Thanksgiving 'day In I : ,
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New :Port Richey with Mr. ana .A & A&.AAAA Aa NORCTISIDK BAPTIST _.._.... e1

I Mrs. Rtolwra 'Williams and : 1 a + w ggo3 a.of tn. frrt'. ? . . .,. ,
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II S omwaaoarw ; : ; : : : ; ; : "
GLASS That'8 Our BusinessCALL family. TH'tfRESSABy S Located x>n Vaywoa Cgt! I r:,a N.4 ail.y atazexe .:.e7wafo9 a iuka '( ,

I i Pat Crawford la on the sick way (SR 3841st] Ratford R0a4M -i

list this 'week. Grlffte' ( 18J.] pe( vjcae' ;' HuncU) I A DAILY INCIDENT!

: WRITE or VISIT !Mrs. Odessa tMcConagliy! is (Cheryl &9nool. 10 a. m. Sue da) .

FOR ANY GLASS NEED expecting home from her oversea huSband this IrVIng week., aA AAAAaAAAAAAaAAAA.' Morning Worship 11 a. mTtatnMg day JmSnes! without the taewspopen reporting an automobile accident Lives E':''i
tJMdn, 8:30 1"J--
l> m. .
We Design Modern Store Fronts 'I !Mrs L. A. Wiggins Mrs. HOPE BAPTIST' CnUJtCH Evening Service. '7:30.:: MidWeek :: bodies maimed due to careless driving on our streets and highways. :: :

Julia Turk of Jacksonville and Sunday School 10 a. m.: Prayer Service. Wednts*: : dauy.incident which the newspapers often do not report, and to which :

Just Mail Us A Pattern For Mrs. Claude Houaer ,of Flat ,Momn g. Worship\ :) 11 a. m.: day 7:30-'IWv> ''Glenn Law I: indifferent, is the ruining of lives and character in the wretched, un- jl

Table Tops Rock Ala W.were!H. Maxwell visiting last Mft: TrhJnihf Onion '6:30: p. m.t hem, pastor. I :: educated and poverty-ridden parts Clf the great cities in our land. There are those i} -
and Mrs.
i week. Evening Worship, '7:15: p. 'm.; i; who despair of eVer getting out of their situation and BO despondency gets in and a 'ii

SHEA'S GLASS CO. n Wednesday night Prayer BETHEL ,BAPTIST CHUKCP > lack of desire to strive for worthly goals enters the spirit. :i i .

:1 A loving God'would iava us aware of these whose lives, self-respect and character :
the 2sfee ing:7:30: : J>. Ml. with Choir Sunday School, 10 !. mMorning .
I "If It's Glass -We Have It": TIlE RIGHT POINT for M Practice Alter. Worship li a. m. 11! could lie saved-If we were interested enough. I Ii
write. Come
way you
Worship God often impresses the needs of His children upon those who attend His church. '
Evening ':210' p. iii'Pra.r
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. ?.honeFR2.4353 and select your favorite ES BIBLE CLUB : '
TERBROOK fountain pen. Meeting 7JO: .>. m i It Is Bis will that we should show forth the love of Cod for mankind by helping all ,h
Bible dub Is held "
TELEGRAPH every Wednesday. Rev. W. X d' who are suffering. i
'Monday alter school/ for r
Newman,. paeter.. .
grades 1-6. Every child is in- I ;

vited to came brine his Bible FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I: I: '1 1I

and-a friend. OF STAItKB I L' ::1
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESSAuto DIRECTORYPIANOS Mr. and. :Mrs. Steve Broad- I
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way and children were visitIng West Weldon St. and Rat- I -::!

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Thursday Mr. and :Mrs.\ ford Roa.d.I
Doug Rate and family. I Sunday Sohoolr '10:00 a. m. I 'f, $' '! nni

Sales & Service Mr. And Mrs. J. D. Phillips 11:00: a. m Morning. Worship: M.. ':4:

MOTORCYCLES were visiting over the Thanksgiving 8O/: /) p. m. C. A. service: 7:00 .n ?

LANDROVER weekend, Mr. and Mrs. p. m. EvangeUetto' Servlcea. I :>. ., :::::

Jean Pardl and Doris. Mr. C. A. Services: ,7:30(- tun.Evangelistic I fr .,-4
and Mrs. Joe Phillips, and Mr. Services/
HONDA For Musical AdviceC. ., I*
The World's Finest in and Mrs. Jimmy Phillips and Wednesday: : 7:30: p.m. MId- h. i.'t'- I,....," ".w\ "'Jv, ... :::
.4 Wheel Drives MOTORCYCLES CARTER NICE son In Miami. Week Prayer Meeting i;;. i

Sold and Serviced by Mr.. and Mrs. Walter Swin Pastor? Rev. George Green, Jj :::::

Roberts' Chevrolet dell and family visited Mrs. Jr. ,
Green Cove Springs. 303S ALL:MODELS J. H. Swindell and family

Jacksonville 284-9800 : t Merchants Green Stamps) St. Mary. .
Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack- Sonday school 10 aj; m. ,

Established 1948 ham and. family had as their Morning Worship, W. a m I
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JEEpVehicles Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. Training'Union, .7 Evening .. :
Chlekering It guests Thursday, Mr. and p. m. >:. ... :.
Tues., Wed., Thur., FrL Other Name Brands Mrs. Clyde Hall. :Mr. and Mrs. Service, 8 p. m.-Rev.
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e Pep Wagoneer Station .' Bill Phillips of Mlddleburg. Leroy Olive, }pastor:; J f.
Wagons Open Sat. 8 AM.: 6 F3C PIANOS -- CONN ORGANS and Miss Alma Akrldge of {

a Jeep Unlvenals 2631 Jacksonville 888-8319 Starke. MADISON. STREET i,;: ::.;. .. .. .. .h,. .. .
a Jeep Gladiator Trucks Closed Sunday. Jfc Monday Kirby Swindell and son BAPTIST CHURCH < ; :::

S Authorised Service MOTORS *: CYCLES John of Palatka were guests a iM n.nw A ., frmrflni Hi*tiMwtKlg rf Nil bvth
Parts Thursday morning of Mr. and Sunday, Dec.' 3 Sunday r E 1
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. .4 Approved Wheel J>rlve X Wheel 4949 Blending Blvd. PICTURE FRAMES Mrs. Walter Swindell. and School, 9:45: a. ,m- (Morning i >mm M4. ( hi I by Iwlnj hh Mlghbw.Wlllxu*
family.Mr. Worship 11.: Yout.h.Choir. (Mi |f Mdlnf tart rf l w winy w war| d> lift rlt! bn|"i.g, '
Drive > Jacksonville 11182"MUSIC and Mrs. J. D. Orltfls Practice 4:30: p. m. Youth ij' ..............4w.. "ttMfcmi.. whist m"'M M ton vlll iDnllotly'" pliftH, .Kunhn, ;Asa : r M

EDDIE BLAND and family had as their Choir --supper, S--4&: Training ., hem. .win*(MM"" rf tlnr,M*thud wpport DM. (hurt tit ,Hi*ate d f.DM.. wines, !: '13 :: ?,
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MOTORS Inc. PICTURE FRAMINGUNFRAMED \ guests Thursday Mr. and Union; 8:1D. VVTMU Prager .I "MmtiM"" std kit. """"M,.lir|"rf "Muf"" ,knmw,any peas shad.. """hold mt pep.Iklfcti .. :::

Mrs. R. O. Zelcler of Gainesville Circle. 7:1: ?. Ettailng WOTabdo.. >; I .h "HM'" Ownkun. k Mb'" .Hit "hNb.bat'" .. no.'i lift,talk tod. 635:: W. ADAMS PRINTS Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. 7:30.: '. tnH. ......iliM will'M km. Ail. H Ihw n 854-17BI -
JACKSONVILLE .. e.bM.Adr.IM..
Dampier Mrs. Rhoda' Dampier Monday.. Dec.'M' Night "$ ..., .............,..... .,,
Motors SPILLERS'GALLERY. and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney New River Baptist Asm., 7:30.: ?P : ''Smi1Wiro:; : ; r;: r.-::::::: ::::::$::::: : :.' :.; :::' : : : : : : ''I

Parrish GrlOTs and girls of Starke, Tues.. Deo.. S .Circle. One

Paulus Music Co. sand Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Lee. meets. 9:30: a. in.' This Feature Published. the Interest of a Better. Community by the FolIowI -
SALES :Mrs. Rhoda Dampier 'Visited Wed.. Ilea 6-Prayer Meeting -

SERVICE e> Band String Instrument' 1043 Park St.-In Five Points Mr. and Mrs. D. 1. Vlning at Visitation.. '7:15. Church:! his Civic-Minded Business Firma *

PARTS <(fj} I Olen St. Mary. ciwfr practice:: aso.ThuT : I .

Gibson Guitars A AmpJltfenool *, lax 33S-8M1 Marshall Cloversettle returned .., Dec. 7-' Sunbeams FAULKNER STARKE

f SuppUInatruCUOI 1 home Monday after and OA's* meet 3:30: p. m. Edwards ,Grocery &:: ,BUILDERS ,-
32 Years Ail A Dealer 'being in the 'hospital. The WMO Will observe Lot- SINCLAIR SERVICE -

,Always Good Used Cars 4 Roberts Recorder SEWING CENTER Sullivan Family ReunionOn tie IMoon Week .of Pray*'. Mkt. SUPPLIES. Inc. =

921 Laura St. Jacksonville, 4 Mnslo LibraryExpert' ThanksfflYtntf day,the Dec. 410. U-HAUL'RENTALS -
Phone 356-8 o4 Repair Department Sullivan Family" ., Reunion was Rev. Norman L. :Redding! Featuring Los Hardware =

H. & N. held at the borne of Mr. and Interim .Pastor: Track Trailer Groceries-Meats-FeeiaCM Complete Paint Supplies _...

BEAUTY ACADEMY 41 W. Monroe St. .' Mrs. Marion Zelgler Sullivan. A Oil Ml Sporting odsCnpCK ,-

Jacksonville U -84n CENTER The following enjoyed a wonderful -' FIRST METIIOtUSTCHCRCU. Complete Lubrication vrrrli ITS FDMTP -

American SEWING Thanksgiving dinner .. STARKE t Minor Tune-up Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. -
8310 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville
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and visited together: '. J19 n dblncton .St. M4-U70 M
Hairstyling 898-S091 Sunday Church .
I 1967 Singer Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland; Sul School 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964.5899 -
Commission
Worker: and on
Academy livan. Mr and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Education *:3O, -=
Auto Zig Zag meeting.; : Lawson Meat Market
XI W. MONROEJACKSONVILLE ST., Mr. and Mrs. Percy Church DOYLE 'CONNERInsurance
m.; School ,9:49: a.
S33-98&1. Sullivan Jr and Percy, : AND COLD STORAGE :
m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.
OPTICIAN Like New lit, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan Agency -
of Waldo; Mr. and Mrs. m.? Snack Supper' for MY?. OF STARKE, INC. We Specialize!! ta Custom Sla tlites>> =.
RiversideHairstyling 6 p. m.4: MYf meetings 8:30: Ins Cutting APrepared : -
designs Wrappbl&-
Console Model makes fancy Bobby Joe Sullivan and children B-A-V-B '
stitches Waldo: Mr. and Mrs. p. m.; :Evening.. Worship "7:30: UJS.: 301 NORTH Fr Deep Free ::
monogram
Sullivan P. to- With Your Mutual\ :Agent
Felix and Douglas
overcasts, sews on button son Monday M- District Conference -I Ph. 964-7600 Starke Fla. PHONE 964-7009
Academy ; Mr. Jerry Lee, Starke: ,
make button holes .It. blind Wal- in WIHiston 3 p. .m.; 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369
Mrs. Oracle Ouysinger,
zeao PARK $T. Commission on Membershipand
JACKSONVILLE 866.887Accredited COFESSIOMAL.. OPTICAL stitches. No attachments ttt: Mr. and: Mrs. Arthur MU- t1'angetlsm.'J:30p.
m.,
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comr.mrPrescription' Demonstrators $64 or $6 per Ilgan Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday .-,'WSCS Executive -I VICKERY' GARAGE BAUN'S GULF FLORIDA \

Qualified Instructors mo. Call'Jax 771-1850 Olen Mllligan.. Gainesville: Board Meeting 9:30: a.

:Modern StyHngMontlily e Fll'1 Mr and .Mrs. D. J. Phillips, m.. woes 10 ...,m. I 528 S. Walnut St. SERVICENEXT
S Lenses n. &N. Sewing Ctr Gainesville and Mrs. Nathan itONTROL l
CUM"Where :. Broken Duplicated,. Boito.;sand Mr. sons NathanJr. Wednesday Bible Study: Phone 964-6022 EST '...
tomorrow's' stylistsare Artificial Eyes T.30
Prayer
and Meeting p. TOIIOUDAy'INN
Michael, Gainesville .
and : '
trained" 'ew..r Specialists! m. Complete Automotive
I- Mt. tOlda"'Orttfllih, Miami '
21J Laura SbiJax S36-5S9S WESTERN STORE ; Thursday'- Chancel' Choir. REPAIRS
Mr. Otihoia Sullivan. Miami
IOU Park St. Jax SS4-MJ8 ; Rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. -

ELECTRIC MOTORS, Mm Jury: (tHazell OrtfflA and Friday Junior Choir Reo- )For Every Need U. S. 301 NORTH .. OIIMIW.,. !3.
children: 'Mr Margaret Ann .h m.
LITILEDUDWestern hear aJ, ,.' 3 p. m.,
PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S WadawoTtn and children. I I ALTERNATOR SERVICE Phone 964-5310) &
Hampton; Mr. and' Mrs. John.
Peavy Brother Store Thompson St. Petersburg: bEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH. 539 E. Call Stl: ,- Starke Fla.

MU. Hazel.;. PhAlUpa. ,'',Oalnesrtlle BROOKER : Johns Phone 96 -57.JS for FREE
Electric Co. "Where.: Tbull' Find Every : MiSs EUzatoeUi; Phillips., Sunday School.i 10 .. in.: Charley E. BRADFORDABSTRACT Inspections: & Eatimatea
thing Fbr" theeHoraoEnthusiast' Morning Worship, 11 .. m.
ELECTRIC: MOTORS8otdeervIeedRepatred Gainesville; Mrs. Rhoda Z. Agency
.> Commercial and Portrafl C Dampler. Mrs.- Ruby'Johns, Training Union 0:34: p. BU Company Hurst Shell Service
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o.neratore-Starters Photography Western, Clothing Leather and Mr. and Mrs. I*. M. Evening: Service.' '7:30.:: Rev. 'Ut sj. Walmn Ph. ...-8011)

Alterations Frames A Custom Framing goods Saddles and Trailers Johns Starke; Miss Brenda Lacy Convey I paobor. GENERAL INSrRANCK'" ,158 W. CALL ST. CARL, HURST

Armature Rewinding 1938 Branding Blvd. Charles 'A Sharon Petty Sue Orlffls Starke; and myself Nl>ody But Kooody t1BB4....... Bwy. 301.. .& 100 Ph. 964.6111

4044 Lenox Ave. .. Jacksonville aM-I," M Bo. Edgewood: Ave. ] Cheryl Ortffl. A classified! ad In the-Tele. Charley H. ahns Agency 'Starke, Fla. Ph. 964-6881 -9U ... .VTabMt, Stark
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yy y A Mlaa Mott received many lovely Flpps' and family Mr. and villa 'G1 fr. and 'Mrs. Steve Nip ',' Casting a :fearful glance "VI'rAT.olV TO inn pacification may be obtained. located on property of. Evergreen j
and useful gifts. After they ''Mrs. Cliff Kelly of Wildwood, Miss Willa Mae IIYa'1'.A'rld from the retell Furehanlnic CoinmlMlon west
per Tetstone over the shoulder any youthIn 11 nriikHiranTAI.I.AIIA8SKM.. ('UM111a.hlIN ., Room 112, William D. Baptist Church, of I
BROOKER> were opened delicious refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kelly and and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tell this situation. would swear I "' NLU14111A Bloxham Building;, Tulluhiui. La/wtey/ .off Highway 125.' Bid/ J
were served ,by the balby, Mr. and Mrs. A. H tone of Starke Mr. and 'Mr*. that the overhanging! trees 301 Florida./ ''may 'be mailed or dellvered tt )
hostss: Mrs Fred McDavid Hall and son, Mr. and Mrs Ancll Tetstone of Heilbrorui Cixup.lltlv Sealed Bld will Ai J. UarBxvcutlv
By Joyce Stoke with long moss beards were be received by the stets Furch- ,,Cecil Crawford 8r.:, 'L ''M!'!!. Roy Carroll 'Mrs Lloyd W. D. Cannon and family, and Springs, and Mr. and Mr. crouched monsters breathing anlnir Communion.. until/ 10.00 ... DlreotorlUta at 11/10 Fla., or Mrs. Inez Bryce Law i

.AAA.AU".U." . ..... Dyal Mrs. J W. Kelley. Mra. Mrs. W. H. Sorrols and girls Jimmy l ampler of Galne vlUe. their hot breath on the back m. Ka'f., in date shown for the fey Fla. The church reserve ;
Lloyd Wood Mrs. W. H. of Mr. and DRIVEINOPEN Mtl Ie of surphu property
Jacksonville. !Mrs. Otis Tetstone has just
; re- of his neck.
IIRIDVL SIIOVVKK Docwmber 7, 1907 -Pm" Gum NOTICE TO BIDDERS ,the right to reject any or- all '!
Hayes Mrs. Henry JIarrell and L. C. Kelly and family of tuned from successful reminisce
a very :: If you are unable to (Mixed)
Miss Janice Sealed bids will be received bide ;
Moti, brldecloot ''MIss Dottle Sue Kelly. Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. J. P Hnd
hunting trip in Lake( City. He your earlier fears of Bid Blanki condition
SUNDOWN 2t
honored'&Tth until December 1 on timber char. 11130
was ,
a lovely
FAMILY REUNION Harrison of New Orleans and got a 1O point deer. Brother Spanish moss It Is useless toattempt ... f''
bridal shower ]last week at the I The Kelly family enjoyed a Mrs. Mattie SowcUs of Brook (Ralford killed an 8 point deer ,to scare you Into, Show Begins at 7 P.M. -

:Brooker Community Center family reunion Saturday at er. the !week ,before. Belford will killing moss In your trees. ADMISSION i
The building was dqrorated In1' the home of 'Mr and Mrs. L. Friends of Dale Stokes will !Ibe leaving this week tor :Marin But. remember the alr plant Adults 75c Students COc
white and "blue dames were' 1L. Dyal. Those attending this be interested, to learn that he .&I, Ohio where he wlU be'em- will kill tree limbs and Children Under 12 Free 1Ul II I
played and enjoyed under the I happy occasion were: Mrs. 'Is a patient in the Alachua
direction of Mra. Janle Hayes. Fred Waldron Mrs. Alan. General Hospital[ :Willie 'play- remain at their home ''here. ,and by choking out the llfeEivlng FRI., SAT., SUN. I

Ing football at the City Park Ronald Wiggins' and non, sunlight. If you must DEC. 1, 2, 3
r Saturday night, he broke hla Ronnie of Gainesville !were have moss for daytime beauty
collar (bone the ,break is visiting Mr. and MM.! Lawrence ,I permit only a limited number Double Feature ProgramMordecal Electric Irrigation

I I more than the ordinary (break Wiggins last week.ld'Let' of gray ,,boards to grace your
I Iw' 'for collar bone he Is it humans
a I i trees. Remember, 13oost
'"'' not sure how long he will have' I ,can !tolerate only one beard Meetr, 'Y our Money-Crop?
: to remain !in the ho pl tal. each perhaps a tree crn suffer
f ,Y li i Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis Go along with a dozen or so JonesMaster -

and family of Wiggins Mis*. \ 5 bea/rda without Ul et ects. of

; are spending 'a few days herewith .In case you desire to rid \. -
'' ,Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson the trees of moss Agricultural. Bacto-Stabbtng, ,

y I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy II! Gardening Experiment Stations researchers Cor3C- crewlag .. /: ,,
Stokes, and 'Mr. 'Lewis' 'par recommend a 8-x-3001 I' \
n ante 'Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Bordeaux mixture .spray to andDoubleDealing ,ot ii / '
of Starke. Mr. Lewis' father !By Bervejr Snitrp editor control unwanted moss colon : I J. ;
Emory :Lewis. of Starke is In Florid Arrlrultursltension 1Ca. ies. Drenching ,the air plant ,
w I the St. Vincent Hospital in Santo. with ,this lime-bluestone: mixture ,I .krHi# t 1ltf 7i

lJackaon'VlUe.' but Is better at its necessary for a good IIaCENaIRI'Pot! .!!,' I I '
'' this time. I The beauty of beards on:, >kill. I 1 -

I Mr. Mattie' ,Barry has been beatniks and ornamentals ti' Cautions: Copper sprays will I Rlt LRM :
transferred from the Bradford a matter of personal opinion,. cause discoloration, of light- :

C'tn s 'lr County Hospital In Starke to a Some gentlemen of the,. colored ,paints with which <
k beatnlck clan beards be
r i rest home In Jacksonville. grow they come into contact. So use mmMMLSW1N
cause they think that It gives I
I Alfred Compeau U a patient care to kewp'the spray away
.// 4ffi c ,Iin the(Bradford County hospital them the" reputation of "lady from the white paint on the ,IIIIIBCittWlECtltlfll f /' /1
N killers. Gardeners who growSpanish I I f
house
!in Starke. ,
o. I1 I
IIAR ..beards
moss on
A'ead] arsenate 2
Leroy Stokes la now at spray t
'home after'pending '''a faw plants don't have to think, pounds of lead arsenate to t
r weeks in Hos- because the air plant has no 100 gallons of water also I '
AlachueCeneral

r amorous Intent' since It la a In eradication. Iy ..
( Pi!taL may be used moss i ii
('' plant killer for sure.,
At this concer'uratlon:
Mr. and (Mrs. Daniel Stokes ,
of Panama City are spending Those. who steadfastly claim the lead arsenate is not dangerously PLUS '" J II
that moss is festoons of Fku'lla's
few with' Mrs. Alberta poisonous and yet Is
a days '
Stokes. tree beauty have .never effective without Injuring r
as tow-headed youth -
(Mrs. Horace Stokes 'Jr... is trees or causing any dlscolor1ns -
been ,bent" Is This Check Made Out a patient in the Alachua Genren1 ,to paints.
Creeek. The' creek like I
Hospital, and .had major ;.Although the sprays will
this week. She 1 I. ex- many creeks In Florida Is kill the 'moss, the moss will I
To You? surgery
pected to come home by Sun giant completely,' nwas-laden smothered live oaks.with three hang on years the before tree for becoming two or You bet It will!

If Not Plan Now i day.:Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Frank To Invade the lonesome brittle enough to fall off'' by 1
For
A Big place. In midday. 'was a feat of itself.
Christmas In and Alan Smith of Lakeland bravery for any lad. In: addition Spray applications A modern electrically-operated pump and '
1968 Join Our With Mrs.' every other year to prevent I'
wpent last, Sunday catching a palmetto l '
uprinkler system will Increase productivity
establishment of new moss ;
Christmas Club Today !Leroy Stokes and family and stringer full of hand-size .. k
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colonies.If and conserve water. You can sprinkle just
visited 'Mr.- Stokes Alachua :
stump-knockers and cats includes ,
I to I I'
too Impatient
I General. ,,, chasing pilfering water you are the amount you need. .where and when, :
Look Ahead To A Really Big Christmas Next I I Among Thanksgiving: Day moccasins from the string of wait trees two years. to rid then your 'water is needed. Night operation can mini
of
Year Take Steps Now To Get A Big Check For 'visitor of Mri: and Mrs. Leroy fish. It also took' 'bravery to moss beards .
twist out the moss immediately : : .. jnize evaporation loss.
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'Mr. ,
Bountiful Gift Stokes and' family were marauding :
Shopping. Join Up Today See give wild hogs the by u.lnaa hook attached .p \
How Little-Iiy-Little Up To A Lot Of Christ and Mrs. Reed Lewis of Wig riot act for sneaking off witha I to a long bamboo pole. u .P.. 'Electric motors give dependable performance '
mas Joy! gins Miss., Mr.: and Mrs. Joe finny morsel. and peace of mind. Can be controlled '
of Alachua and Mr.
I Vickery But: as you could recall. by time-clocks or float-twitches .to make
and Mrs. Charles Robinson of
bravery melted like 'warmed '
FULL SERVICE BANKING Newberry. butter, near sundown when -t I, irrigation automatic And now the average ,",
: 'Tony Castlen pent the holidays dangling. moss beards cast FLORIDATHEATRE price paid per kilowatt-hour ia-one-third

HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED I Jacksonville with. Mr. flickering eerie shadows. less than it waa just 10 yean ago.
and Mra..E..8. CaUen.Mrs. Scooting home via a maze of .
Ethel Russ was, the' cow trails was not always
1 enjoyable
The Community State Bank overnighC guest of 'Mr. -and because layers of cool

Mrs. Sonny Dukes in Gainesville marsh air usually began to MflnfePejfl-Mette! Travis See your equipment!' dealer. or contact u.. .
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Friday. mix with warm day air at ""al" l-1"<"M.MniFMi '"""' .
OF STARKE !: FLORIDA I POWER, & LIGHT I GOMPA, NYTIIESiAiLflBRDLNER&BODISRANDDIPR
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I Visiting with 1oar-Weekdays 7 ,
George Tetatone, this through cold air Sunday 1 [ HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
MEMBER F. D. I. C. weekend a layer It 3tOO: Saturday .. STONY MT CLOGGERS'PETE DRAKE '
'were: Mr. and 'Mrs. Ruey Tet was terrifying to have an In erAratSPMaA, .

I stone and family of Jackson- sect-hunting ,bat fan hot air F {,LSAT.DEC., 1, 2 ...._...Veav l LMYM VOMCH.UM_n wO.IMrlenwefaaMM ......pt._

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Gainesville STa-4271 VINYL FLAT PAINT' $32&Y INCLUDING 14 GEORGIA
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