Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03817
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03817
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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FireA t.; sr.. 1' r 4s.I r NamedA Of Sue ThomasIs

71-year-old Ll n c 01 n; seven-man zoning
<*ity resident was killed, board was named by the
when her frame house] Bradford County Commission

burned! Saturday night.! last Wednesday, Nov.

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Dead is Georgia Allen, who Way

was born in Lake City but spent Members are: Leaton:: MorganJr.
most of her life In the Starke ,
., farmer! ; Ed Wainwright! insurance .
area. She ''had been employedby agent: ; Rex Smith, '
Mr. and Mrs L, D, Vlninar cattlr.nan and retired Foremast Verdict

for about 20 years Dairies! employee; John:: Torods,
Starke Fire Department re Shell CII dealer; Jerome Johns:
sponded to a call from the I, :. Phillip: oil dealer and trucking;

Starke Police at 10:50: p.m Sat. f. -' ..: ..... "' :' t'P$ executive and Z. W. Hamilton:! Expected
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urday. The police called the ... ..
J' .. Or i county commissioner:! farmer .de
Fh'e Department when they 4 .. ... '> J 'f'I'<\ ;: ". 9r, o and Clay Electric Board memo

llearned that someone was in ", : .'Id';i" '1,/, .' ....,:., ; ....:. .... ''of' .-tI'.". ,' .,' '. :: ,,.. ber.

,the house )f: t. ,. .I, ,.... ..1' .. Johns is also a county commissIoner Friday
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The Fire Department was Informed j. .
off the
of the fire a "few min- ,. ; ... .. :.t. .,, '(.. goes
,.. ( > ... board in January.The .
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utes .,... t'r j.oJ'I seven members were Although most of the
) prior' to the call from the .... n.r ''To submitted to: the Commission by .%fr day was consumed selecting -
police but was unable t to respond the Zoning Committee! head. a jury, the State had
because the fire was out Senior Class Homecoming Float ed by former County CommIssioner r, time to call eight witnesses
side the city limits accordingto :
George: Roberts namedby before the murder trial of
Fireman Harold: Glasgow. the Commission::> over a year \ Mrs. Sue Witcher Thomas:

Se said they sent a truck as Homecoming Queen Sally Moore and her Ing the annual Bradford High School. Homecom- was recessed at 5:20: ( p.m.
soon as they learned:! that someone ago.Chairman
court, ((1-r) Madron Duck. Linda Scocclnc and lag parade Friday afternoon. Robert tins stated Wednesday. Verdict is not
in the
was that work of the zoning: :: committee expected until Friday.The .
Pat Henry and Patrolman Donna fairay, float down Temple Avenue dur-
charged: with drawing
i ik
Jimmy Clark, were the! first! official 30 year old mother of
} to arrive on the scone:! county zoning: code to be two is charged with the pistol:

Lt Henry said they went to the Timber Tax Two Clay Co. Men U approved entering: by Its the final Commission:: stages, laying of her husband, C. W,

back door and hoped to be able Thomas, 32, in their home in, I
to get Mrs. Allen out but it was Lawttey' last March 14.

impossible:! and the house was FundDistribution In the opening statement for
starting to fall In, The Starke Judgement Gunshot Victims Racing the prosecution, Jene Wentworth -
:policemen first called the Fire assistant state attorney
Department and later the She r'iff's Bald that the state Intends to

Office. /Is AskedA Charles Mosley, 36, son of Hunting fatality show that on March 14 the
Deputy Ken Fuqua reportedthat Henry Mosley of Clay Hill wa* In another gunshot fatalityon Nets $69,000 Thomases and another couple
the fire was apparently found dead about 3 p.m. at the the same day in the same p 4r went to Waldo to Bobby's Hideaway -
summary Judgement in the! : and while there, there was
started by wood stove.
a 1968 timber tax assessment tax home of his brother-in-law Far area, Jerry Morgan Williams Racing taxes collected for
Services for Mrs Allen, who ley Austin, on Highway 218, between 26, of Middleburg. was killed bya distribution during November an argument between Sue and
suit Container Corp.of
brought by
was a widow, were held at 1 Clay Hill and Middleburg. shot from a 20-guae!! shotgun netted each of Florida's 67 C, W.
:,:1>,11I. Tuesday: at Mt. PIsgah! America against Clay County Sheriff Jennings fired by a 18-year-old Daniel E. counties, including Bradford, 1 When they returned to their
AME Church! with interment in County has been requested: by. Mmrliee: said that Mosley'sbody Frisby also of Middleburg. r l home, Wentworth continued C.

Odd" Fellows Cemetery! She Is Attorney Theron A. Yawn, attorney was discovered on the livIng Clay County Deputy F. B, $1,000, Stats Comptroller Fred W went into a bedroom and
survived by a daughter Dora :! for the county In the room floor of Austin's Harrington said that Williams, 0, i Bud i Dickinson reported Sue into the kitchen and came

Frazier of Starke, a foster son, 1965-68 timber suits home with a ,22 buljet! penetrating who was huntng for turkey had Tuesday, Nov. 12. buck with aplutol.1 I, ::> She
David Allen of Jacksonville, 13 Circuit Judge John A, H. his temple. The rifle was ctooped! down behind a tree Homecoming Queen then told the two babyslters
grandchildren and 38 ui-cal Murphree, who! heard the 15! laying '. "' when "This (sisters who were 11 and 16 at
across Mosley Jiody at about (i:10. am. Tuesday $69,000 Is the highest
grandchildren, timber suits brought by Container the time of his investigation. Frisby fired at ,him apparently amount ever distributed to the the time) "You'd better get
and four other timber interests Homecoming Queen Sally Moore beams herr him out of here or I'm going
L- ** .. --and ruled In.tavoBradford .- ....."Murrhee" said. ..mistaking.. ,. him for, a turkey.. counties !in the first month of "
kill him.
The SheriffTeporteff that .vrTV l. >?- M. "a. ,.t the"ro!' nlr-eaorr*ince Mie-prO1 a?prov l as.l.he: watch the.Tornadoeidownthe .to.'
Good AuditReport County did not rule slamming epl-
Austin reported the became Fcrnandina Beach team Friday night. After a door
finding The deputy said the youth gram effective in 1931, I
on the request by Monday
ode at the bedroom, the State
Nov. 11. Judge Murphree body upon returning home, fired the shot about :50; yards the Comptroller said. Daughter ul Mrs. Martha R. Moore. KingsleyLake then
that Thomas
Given shortly after the shot' was fired from William, hitting him in
has granted summary judge. Noting the distribution! figureis Sally was crowned at the Tornado Whirl came out with their daughter,
Mosley was alone in the houseat
the chest neck:! and left arm.
ments in the 191>5-67 timber the time, Austin said. $14,000 per county more than Thursday! nlchi. Step'.ianle: and said "All right
Sheriff Judge The wounded man was taken to
suits, but Container's 65 suit Mosley):! had been living In where the distribution of last year, shoot m'!," She said "Put the
Clay Memorial Hospital,
is still pending before t the Florida Dickinson said it represents an baby down and I will" Then,
where he was em- he was pronounced dead at 7:25:
Financial operations of tW Supreme Court wlilch may ployed, and was on a visit to a.m. Increase of 25.5 per cent. To OrganizeCounty Wentworth said; Thomas put
offices of Bradford County choose to hear it since the Clay Hill at the time, the girl down. and at the
Judge and Sheriff were in good First District Court of Appealshas Sheriff 'Murrhee said autopsy The racing tax collectionsare same time tried to grab his
shape State Auditor J. A. Issued a certificate ot great was performed Tuesdayand a.n Harrington said the! shootingwas distributed! on a monthly Fire Group wife's arm and a struggle for

Scroggin reported to the Legis- public interest.In that a coroner's still under Investigation. basis from November through the gun began. It was duringthis
1965 the five timber interests Inquestwill 'but that no charges had been
lative Auditing be held as the June, the apnroxlmate racing struggle that Thomas was
!soon as
In the audit of the Sher1Cf'soffice filed suits contesting:! Brad autopsy report Is received. filed against the youth. shot, Wentworth said.

which was concluded July ford's $78 per acre average on Funeral services for Mosley Williams was a. brother or r season in Florida Counties::> us- Set Nov. 25 Defense Attorney SiusbeeScpugga
31, Scroggins said "Assets were timberlands. They contended, were held at 2 p.m Wednesday Jacksonville City Councilman i uully utilize the funds for their Meeting ; said that he expectsto

adequate to cover liabilities.: (Continued on Page Eight) in the Maxvllle Baptist Church Walter Williams! school system prove that C. W and Sue
Budgets were correctly preparedand were married for some time
amended. Expenditureswere A meeting Is set In two-- continuation of the effort to and that C. W. frequently beat

properly supported and weeks Monday, Nov. 25, at 7:30: his wife and had threatened to
Plus Horse Show Chicken
were kept within amounts -- Dinner --. p.m at the Bradford Fairgrounds provide county-wide fire pcu- kill her.Scruggs.

K budgeted. Trust collections were to organize a county tection with volunteers. said that after the
properly handled and promptly fire department for the area two couples left:! the Hideaway,
remitted. Records:! were well surrounding the Starke city CountyWide Fire Committee C. W struck Sue and that the

kept. Internal control was Calf Scramble Saturday limits Chairman Ralph Bryan, a county "other man stopped him from
good." commissioner-elect, ,sold he doing futher damage" When.
In the general statement A group of about 15 persons felt many more persons are ithey arrived home C. W, threatened .
concerning the audit of the met Monday night at the Civil,, terested In the volunteer fire Sue, Scruggs said, and

Judge's office Scrogins said: D.'. E. T. York provost of tae' dent-Elect of the Chamber and n? WKTO: :i! 1; e Defense Emergency Operations department effort for areas out "then she decided to act while
"Resourcet' were adequate to University of Florida, will be chairman of the finance1 committee *. *,.*, vBB* '. *;,. % !J Center to organize the depart- side the city that he test another the babysitter were there to

cover liabilities:! at June 30 piiociple! speaker kicking off establtclieil to raise ft.r: ... ... ment but agreed to delay another meeting :should be called. save herself from another beutI -
1368. Budgets were well prepare act!." ties at tile 2nd annual: funds to stage "Calf Scram it1! "? .r: :::1 .;,. ';/J' \; ...'. ..,;, '':' two weeks because they. Bryan urges anyone interestedin : I ing. She asked him to leave-
ed. Expenditures were properly:! Biadfoid County "Calf Sciam- ble"'epol.t" conti ibutlons have II'Q... $' '''1 ,;1''J"!: 1, .,v.'t.'i'' -1t:d.Jt ,.......'",::1 felt the meeting was not publicized volunteering to submit his he refused lussel ensued and
been made by ovsr 100 interested : f- -' 7 & ... &' Q ( to the extent it should "
supported, and good burfness bI.!" and Horse:: Show Saturday, ( < *3'i&l'y<(* name and address to Bryan. the gun discharged.
practices:! were followed. All collections : l. Nov. 16, at the Bradford County person and firms. Success 'J.f"h; T5tapx.j)7vfwia.* '% *.'. ** have been. The meeting was a Eight witnesses called by the
of.record were accounted 1'argrounds. for the continuation of the project : 4 j There Is no restriction on mem- prosecution were Dr. A, J.
for. Records were accurate Activities will. get underway has been assured'' as a ,'e- %&* v | fe City Closes bership because of race or color Barry, who was on duty In the

and neatly kept. Internal con- with a chicken dinner at 4 p.m. iult of her committee's efforts, 1 <. : Bryan told a Negro at the; emergency room of the Bradford -
trol was good." which will be served by the according to chamber manager ..iJ' VyW.. .. feJ: New Deal On. meeting. Negroes serving shouldbe county Hospital on the
Christmas Parade Bradford High'School Future Pete! Novak. > VtHtjmfa',' commended, he said. morning of March 14; Millard
Farmers of America The FFA Eventual worth of the pure "" :\ MachineAfter Jordan, Lawtey Police Chief:

Set December 6 expects to serve about: 1100 chicken bred animal to. be awarded .1 ',' .. : Billing First step will be to elect of f- Dolph Reddish Bradford County
dinners us a fund raising winners of the Scramble Is it'7i ficers and draw up bylaws of Deputy Sheriff! : Marsha! Grlffli, t
The annual Chr'stmai! Parade' project for their local chapter placed at $5.000. several months of negotiations the new department, Bryan, 17, and Cynthia) Griflis. 12,
Bpor sored bv the! Retail Merchants nc'ids.Cliarlei. All citizens of the northeast : with the Burroughs: said. City Councilman Gerald who were babysitting for the
Divi'!ion of the Starke. : Sawyer, vice-presi Florida area are! Invited to attend /" Corporation, winner of the bid Williams, a member of the Thomases on March 14; Donald
Bradford County Chamber of dent of the Staike-Bradford the Scramble and HorseShow .o'J' for the city's new billing mar county-wide fire protection n I Thomas, II year-old son of the
Commerce Is set for December: County Chamber of Commerce, Admission' Is free ? chin!, the City Council:: : has committee said the second stepshould defendant: Robert Bates and
6, according to Excutlve Vice- ( 'sponsors of the annual "Calf Dr. Wayne WMffen. Presidentof worked a deal to obtain a be to have all volunteerstake Rose! Cody, the couple who
Pre-lcent; Pete Novak. Scramble") will art as masterof t the stsrke-Bradford' County .::JIo :. for $12,229.91, a course let basic firefighting were with the Thomases Ot
ceremonies. Preliminarieswill Chamber of Commence has announced Y': "Zi.. : j \' '' accordingmachine: Nell offered by the Florida Bobby's Hideaway..
not only include a talk by the. Board of Governors ;? 'r- .. Tucker. Fire College which has IThe defense Indicated! that:
CHRISTMASBAZAAR Dr. York, but will .also include hove aoproved the making of a : : 'IY: Ii" It;<- The: original bid for:: a new quarters In Ocala it would call Miss Coby and

the presentation and parade' of it: ,minute 16mm color and Ir o.. i_ l' machine, necessitated by the Chief Jordan back to the stand
]net! years' calves; and Scramble sound! film which will he uv'd state sales tax placed on utilities J. C. Prevatt, county rangerfor today (Thursday),
v/lnners. in future veR 1'to promote this was $11,748. Capacity of the Florida Forest Service, "Do you believe a man has
Sponsored By Getting In a little practice for the upcoming Calf Scramble
Purpose' of showing the 1967 project JernlHRn's! Motion Picture the city's! present machine suggested the volunteers draw a right! to beat his wifeDo
EX ENSIGNHOMEMAKERS mlvei is to allow the audience Services of Gainesville' will thin Saturday etenii; are four Bradford High FFA members. would not take the additional up a charter to prevent any Individual you believe a person bas aright
( (expected to be about 3.000> to shoot tM. film under the direction ((1-ri Ronnie Carver. Danny Jackson, Tommy Smith and Way. entry without making it necessary from being sued whilepursuing to kill! In self-defense, to
CLUB sec and compare the progress of Chamber Manager Novak ne Bennett. to make two bills! for their duties. protect herself for death or
shown In the raising of these who once earned r'j living about:: 30 per cent of the utility serious bodily injury-. "Even
Thurs., Nov. 21 animals since the last Scram as n Pl'ofevslonal photographer. customers. Prevatt also said the group \l\ the defendant has committed::
ble. The: original machine bid by can request a fire truck from other wrongs, would you holds
10 A.M. oJ ::30 .P.M.: 57 Enrolled For New Lawmen's
A charalalse bull calf, won at Burroughs, however, was foundto the Forest Service as soon that against the defendant in
FIRST .METIIC'DIST. the 1967 'Scramble! bv James Sheriff Reddish be inadequate. Tucker said a fire chief Is elected to sign this case?"
FELLOWSHIP HALL SHOP, won the synod champion Be Released Training At Vo-Tech CenterFiftyone this was caused by an Incorrect the request! and the county Pefenw Attorney; Scruggs
of the city's needs by agrees to furnish liability in' .
ribbon nt the annual Bradford estimate .Tsked these jcstiont: v variation -
County Fair held this past This WeekendSheriff lawmen are enrolledIn stop of the Florida Legislature Burroughs. surance.! ot: these questions, of I ,
prlng. a 200-hour peace officials Conducted dally In two sessions Finally, on Monday Nov. 4, each propjectlve Juror. At one
J The "Calf Scramble" will beheld P. D. Reddish! is rap training course now being conducted from 8 a.m. until noon a Burroughs representative met Plans call for a fire truck time he said "We admit that
between Hose Show events idly improving after! surgery < at the BradfordUnionArea and from 6-10 p.m., the course with the Council and offered a and a 12,000 gallon tanker forthe we killed A man but If*
scheduled by the Bradford RopIng two weeks ago: to remove akldile Vocational Technical will end Feb. 12. But Vo-tech third machine tb.e $22.000 one volunteer department surrounding their i the state's) burden t()
This Space Contributed Chi I). The Hone Show will according to his son, training center. Center Dlr. Ted Oglesby said for an additional $2,500 above Starke. Brooker and prove that we did it unlaw
Weekly to Publicize) include three events: CloverLeaf Dolph.It:: The course Is one of the first Tuesday there is a posjiblllty! the original t'.d price fuRy"
Community Events by Texas Barrel Weave and Is expected the sheriff In the state to be taught under that two days can he added for The Council, howsveoffered: ; Hampton already have volun- It wa after 3 p.m befon
The CommunityState the Arena Race. Merrill Grlffli may be released this weekend. the public school system. It Is the men to complete additional to split the increase with the teer fire depaitmenLs using the 12 Jurors and one alter
president of the Bradford Sheriff Reddish has undergone: :: : now required of all prospective American Red Cross training Burroughs Corp., and several equipment provided by the For- nate (three women and 10 men)
Bank Roping Club, says th's will be three: major operations on the: lawmen before they can be em- other than what is scheduled in days later Burroughs acceptedthe est Service and Lawtey volunteer is expected were sworn In, Serving are

Accounts Now Insured! one of the best Hors Shows kidney in the past 3 and one ployed by a county, city or state the course now. offes. Tucker sad! to establish a future Don E. Hill Mayme W. Adams.J .
ppomored by his club and will half months twice to remove law enforcement agency.: Upon completion of the Delivery of the! new machine, sometime In the near O. Adklns. Eva R. Gentry, E.
Up to $15,000 by include riders from Union and stones from the kidney and then Training 1 is conducted under course, the men will receive: all electronic::> Is expected by D. Tenlv. Ed Conway, A. H. L.Perrv .
F. L C. Columbia Counties. removal of lie organ two weeks the auspices of the Police the first of tie year, if not Idea is for the tanker to Helen R. Harley C. C.
P. Mr*. LoyrM! LaNler. Presi ago. Standards Council under a new. before, according to City ClerK provide water for outlying departments J
law passed during the last ses on Page Eight) Merrill: EdwardJ. with no water supply, (Continued on Page Eight)


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Mrs. Raymond Stefanelll and Mr. and MM. E. O. -
1 Pata vK- Dave Paulk. a. pauenc W .u.Galtieeville
daugJitera! of Ocala were Sunday: nee her parents Mr. and Mr... Medical Center, was --

1 I Pl hG $011: 1Cm W I five Stefanelll Mrs and Monday days Henry Is attending'Stefanelll visitors in New: of an York while IMP.art and Mr.for exhibit 0h ey from Launltisen. and Sunday Mrs.In New V.to J.Wednesday.Rev. Port Ragsdale.Ridl. Ambulant the given surprised staff:in Ills and at Wing honor a patients birthday of the Monday In hospital.party) the by AgpJlon M

of DeBary
a tt where he Bias entered two were visiting friends '
last Birthday cake was enjoyed by
paintings. while here to O'no,1.w,
the patients.
Mrs. Marguerite Corn oJ I Mr. and Randall
Lakeland 4a l vlstting :Miss Madge of Tampa were Mrs. weekend W. P. guests Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scoaglns ..... -. = --- s .rD- .-... ,
Middleton and !have as guests this week W. B.
Mrs..W. E. Mid-'
dleton tor several 'flays. Mm. of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham. Dowling of Dunnenon. Mr. and

Merle Mardis' of JEpdJaUantlo{ la f Myrtle Mr. and Beach.Mrs.S.John C.. were Hayes Monday of Mrs. Bob Franklin of Orlando. 1 Fcvqj BRADFORD t tIf

also a';vwken) *'guest 'to the visitors: of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mary Ella Scogglna 0.* ,
Mlddleton Mr. and home.Mrs. Harold Bran., W. Hayes ill'IYoungsfersl t arr," Columbus Ga. i IR PECANS

ham visited his parents Mr. Local admittances to Bradford Misses Janet Hardy and JoAnn : ff' i ,

and Mrs. P. E. Branham, la County Hospital this week Kildebran and Gene Ivey <*i .. a@ :
Palatka on Sunday. Include: Mrs. Fannie Morris. Jr. of the University of Georgia Shelled rY
Watch ParadeNine
Mrs. Randal OWtty and Mrs. Mrs. Alma F. Leurch. Joseph and Miss Jayne Hardy of Tift I
Carl Roberta! attended the State Brantley Mrs. Edna Studstill. College spent the weekend with AND
Cancer Conference dn Fort Lau Mrs. Mildred Gldsaon .Thomas, patient from tins Starke! Norslne Home had ring-side !Mr. and (Mrs. J. E. Hardy. The:
derdale over the weekend. J. Lewis. James M. Tomlinson, eats for the annual Bradford Hip School homecoming parade four, with Miss June Hardy attended m UnshclledWHOLESALE bY

Mr. and Mrs. Frank l lion of Rev. Andrew Varnea. and Hen last Friday oa the corner of Walnut and Call Street. the Florida Georgia. i I
ry Grlffls. all of Starke Mrs: game' on Saturday. ,
Savannah, Ga. were guests of ,Stella Williams, of !Mlcanopy; : : They are: l-r) Mr. Ames Scott, Mike Welscbolek.: Violet RETAIL *A beautiful pin with r
Mrs. J. R. Hlxon last week: and Taylor Ulysses Thomas, employee Mary Hlxon, John Simp.
I Will H. Roberts and Medford ; birthstone'for each memberof
visited Mr. Hixon who Is In the son. Catherine Rote, William Carroll, and Eliza Carroll. I
t tt
Shealy of Ralford: and Nathaniel t
Gainesville V. A. Hospital for' Dyal of Hampton. WatchBand PECANS CRACKED the fain!V-
and treatment.
and !Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blrdsall of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison Mrs. R. S. New has returned She will chwbfi It famtr.
wig Mrs. W. H. Johns
have moved Into St. Petersburg were weekend! Sr. visited Mrs R. T. Hlpps in to her home In Statesboro Ga. I ...
their new 5c LB.
(home on E. Wilson, Road. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Waycross Ga. on Sunday. after a weeks visit with her Calendar t t $12.50BULLINGTON'S
Friends of Vining. The Vlnlngs also had as Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilleyof brother-in-law and slater. Mr.
Mrs. F. W. Strick {
Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Jacksonville were visiting and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwlre. The tt MONTHS
land will regret to hear of the NOW TILL NEW YEAR'S 4
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson fOR ONLY
death f her Jdmmy Davies of Plnella Goldwires drove Mrs. New
t> father
Harry W.
over the weekend. $1.00 !
home and spent the weekend.

day Meyer of, last of Jacksonville week. on Tues, Park.Mrs.the Wesleyan. Nelson Service Green Guild attended ex- 7..................... t4 ..1rIiIaIIII1I : Starke State Farmers Mkt. | I Photography

D.T. Farahee Sr. of Fort 1'heTELEGRAPII
Myers spent the weekend with ecutive committee meeting In Try TONY'SSpaghetti cr t U.S. 301 NORTH I I CAMERAS JEWELRY
Rev. and Mrs. Farabee Jr. and Orlando on Saturday and Sun- : @jT f GIFTSSTYE fegf
all attended the Florida-Geor day.Mrs. - mot, -
gia C. D. Williams of Starke
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown God and Benjamin Norris of Lake : :
City have been admitted to the IS
win and daughter Cheryl of
Avon Park were guests of Mrs. Starke Nursing Home : EAT IN OR TAKE IT OUT: :' : 111E1' l
Eve Baldwin from Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richard-
Sunday.Mr. eon were In Sarasota last .I' ALSOSTEAKSCIIICKENCHOPSSEAF60DIIAMAND .
and Mrs. Gerald Williams Wednesday and Thursday oa' HOME-BAKED PIES .
and sons toured Cape business.
attended. Open House Kennedyand there Miss Patty Bigham of Brooker. 0 Often 6:30 A. M. to 1:30 P. M. and .

recently. has been initiated into Alpha 0 5:00 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. 1 1 e e /

Misses! DeU Moredock, Ann Sigma chapter of Delta Zeta
Turner and Anita Luke of the social sorority at Florida State ToRena Restaurant :
University of Georgia were Fri University Tallahaaseee. Miss
day night dinner guests of Mrs, Blgham Is a Junior majoring in
J. E. Wilson. cilminology. STARKE .

Mrs. John Buckley and daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wescott Q IT :S;, 301 North Phone 964-6784 ..
Kimberly, of Sarasota were of Tampa were weekend guestsof
weekend guests of her parents Sen.. and (Mrs. Charley Johns. eoooooeee ............

Mr. and Mrs. David Browning.Dr. .... .._.. ",",, w' .
John Harris of Chattaho- ,
ochee was visiting Mr. and Mrs. --
Gerald Williams and family : PANASONIC
from Friday to Monday.Mr. I j

and !Mrs. E. P", Boland \ ; ? 12" PORTABLE TV
and family of Athens Ga.
spent the weekend with her TI SAVE our reg. $79.88 |

mother Mrs. H. L. Speer, and ,: .A'h' .
1 ,, y 75 sq in. of' clear, bri-
attended the FloridaGeorgiagame. $10 ght picture detail front
$ mounted speaker, all
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jim \2$W ** i' $6988 channel VMF-UHF re
Coursey of Ocala former man- ,v i;e' '' & ception. 1 yr. warranty

agera of the Dixie Motel in -,,,, on picture tube parts,,
Starke, will regret to hear they .. labor.
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Of Interest To. St. Mark's; Women Anderson-Mobley Hospital AuxiliaryA nn

Elect Officers Date AnnouncedMr.

For'New Year and Mm. Dick Anderson' members reception and the honoring Candy Stripers new

WOMENGladys meeting of the of Lawtey. announce the engage) will be held at the general 'ft66j
VI The monthly
Women of St. Mark's Episcopal ment and approaching mar meeting of the Hospital. Auxiliary (
held Monday nightat rings of their daughter. Shirley on Monday. Nov 18. at
Church was
the home of MM.' L, L,Beat- Louise to Wayne Edward Mob- ,7:30: p.m. In the. Methodist Fellowship ....-
ley son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall Rev. D. T. Parah -
ley and Mrs. J. W Klncald with MATHEWSWeft
Mooty Phone
: 964-7608
Jr will be
E. Mobley of Starke. e guest speaker.
Mrs. Kenneth Grider presiding.
r'I The wedding will be an eventof

: Miss Dee Wa1tersComplimented Mrs. Crews Named It was dish anounced dinner would that be a served covered r i :Friday Nov. 29. at 8 pja, Recent Births DrillingMelrose

at the Parish House immei I at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Head Of State dlately after the morning ser I Mobley, 111 E. Washington St. Mil and Mrs Thomas E. Hug- Fla.

At Afternoon Tea UDC CommitteeMrs. vice on December 1. ,f'4, ,\:;:' with: a reception following. gins of Orange Park: announcethe Phone 475-5101
1\ \1 All friends and relatives of
Pete Novak representing the I I birth of a son on Nov. 11 Myers Pumps
Miss Dee Walters, brtde-elect : Thomas W. Lester President Chamber of Commerce, was! in ", "t' 4444M "" > ; tend.the couple are invited to at. In the Green Cove Springs Hoe- SERVICE
of Nov. 29, was complimented of the Florida Division troduced and explained the procedure I pital. Grandparents are Mr. and
fi. &:
tea Sunday afternoon used In the sale of lot( .. !Mrs. George and 'REPAIRS
at a delightful United. Daughters. of the 'Confederacy to be ., Huggtoa Of Starke
given by !Mrs. James V. has appointed Mrs ads for the (Fair program. The \; .. Batten-Baldree and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fro
Crosby Mrs. James Dennis. Lucllla Mitchell Crews as State Women have undertaken this J" : vatt of Islamarada.
Miss Janet Hardy, and Mrs. J, Chairman of the Olustee State project as one of their moneymakIng .- :, Q The marriage: of Miss Linda -
E. Hardy at the home of the Park. objectives. He also announced i : :,rt.,, Batten to Robert Baldree will Bradford County Hospital announces rj
latter on E. Call Street. \Mrs. Crews will be a capable that Miss America and l' 'l take place Friday Nov. 22. at the following births: )
Arrangements of seasonal person to serve in the capacityas Secretary of State Tom Adam ,; 7:30 p.m. In Hope Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lloyd
flowers were used In the party she Is well Informed In Confederate would be present to open the Church Theressa. All friends Allen Starke, a daughter; Melissa
rooms for the occasion. work. She Is Immediate Bradford County Fair in the t and relatives are Invited to at. Carol.! Nov 10.

Miss Janet Hardy greeted past president of the local &Spring. Kathy Marie Frees Becomes Bridle' tend. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Nelson
guests at the door and presented chapter and Is finance chairman -, A report of the nominating ,, Strickland: Starke, a daughter BYNANCY'S
them to the receiving line for the present year and' committee was given. The new- pf Mfc Seeley In First Methodist Mr and Mrs. W, W. Hood are Dlerdre Lynne Nov. 5. FLOWERS
composed of Mrs. A. Russell chairman of the Courtesy Committee ly elected officers were 'Mrs. attending the Florida Forestry THE HORN OF PLENTY
Norman; the honoree; her Clyde Terwlllegar. president: Association meeting at the Sheraton TYPEWRITERS Manual SPILLS FLOWERS
The two or
mother Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., Mrs. Stanley Noegel. first vice- Miss Kathy Marie Frees, Dunn inures were Hotel In
the late Jacksonville
Mrs. Crews' mother F. Hotf- covered with white linen cloths. Electric. For sale or rent. Here is an interesting fact
and Mm. L. A. Canova. Lucille Shaffer Mitchell,was a''' president; Mrs. Martha Moore, daughter of Mrs. Philip and and centered with crystal punch where Mr. Hood Is the newly Bradford County Telegraph. about the "Horn! of Plenty," or
The tea table was coveted "Real" daughter of the Confed- secretary; and Mrs. HerbertThomas man Sr. and Victor Frees bowlsVIhlch encircled elected district director.' Cornucopia (found In Grvek
George Ernest Seeley Jr., son were
with imported cutwork cloth > treasurer ---
an eracy, as her father Frederick; mythology. It baa through he
with '
and a garland of yellow and
Mrs Luther Jackson
and centered with a pyramid At the conclusion of the business of
Shaffer served as a volunteerwith THANKS
P. !
white TO THE ages represented
pompoms and fern. Presiding VOTERSOF
of Macon
arrangement of pink and white' the Confederate army at meeting the social hour George E. Seeley Sr. overflowing fullness -
carnations, Fuji mums, pom- Battle of Olustee Mrs., was enjoyed. Guests and mem- Ga.. were united in marriage: at the punch bowls were and abundance
the on Saturday, Nov. 2, at 8 p.m. Misses Karen Pats Barbara BRADFORD COUNTY -
poms and roses. This was Mitchell and Mrs. Crews Delped1organize \] bers were Invited into the din. .
Johnson Janet Kauffman and
in the First Methodist: Church.
flanked by two three-branch' Ing room where refreshmentswere
the Ruby Davis chap ;If will examine -
Rev. DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. per- Mrs. Leonard Dugger. FOR THEIR a you
silver candelabra holding burning ter. Children of the Confederacy served from a beautifully After FINE SUPPORTOF I a picture
pink tapers. Presiding at the appointed table overlaid with an formed the nuptials. spending some time with
In the 20's and Mrs. I of Cornucopia
Decorating ,the altar were two their guests the couple left on a
silver coffee service at Inter., imported linen cutwork cloth
Her father NEW
served president. SENATOR closely you will
as .
and white wedding trip to the Smoky ; j
large standing yellow
vals were Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr.; the late J. M. Mitchell founded and centered with an antique Mountains and :t\ C' f.,t.;;'.. find flowers along
background Gatlinburg1
Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake City Mitchell's Drug Store in 1900 fruit bowl holding an arrange pompom trees against a with the fruit and
and Mrs. Charles Darby, Pour and operated It until his deathin ment of red roses. Mrs: Gilder of fern and branched Tenn. The bride traveled in "ti grain. -
green sheath dress with brown
ing punch at intervals were 1930. presided at the coffee urn. candelabra. This only proves that along
!Mrs. Levy Canova Jr., of Jack- Mrs. Crews Is the wife of 'Mns. Henry Greene organist, accessories complemented with Ed with trie abundance of fruit and
the orchids from GurneyN.
her bridal bou
and Mrs. W. E. Bowling
'fionvllle. Mrs. Bob Nobles and ,Lester T. Crews, PhO, promln- rendered quet. grain flowers were important,
Henry Greene, soloists
Mrs. George Canova. haa
local druggist
Collins-Potter nuptial music. The young couple) is residingat too.We
Assisting at the tea table owned Mitchell's Drug Store feel flowers/!are Just as Important
Roy Jackson .served his broth. 128 N Church Street.
were Mrs. Donald Thornton' .since 1952. Mr. and Mrs. Crews Engagement ToldMr. today. When you wantto
er as best man and the ushers The bride and groom are bothgraduate.s ,
Mrs. Wiggins. Myrtlce
: have one daughter. Mary Caroline say "get well" to a friend,
Nichols, and Misses Lee Darby who Is a junior In high and Mrs. C. E. Suter of were Leonard Dugger'Ch'astaln.Bill Adi \School and of the Bradford Is High Bradford County Chrm. there ls no lovelier way. Send
ams and Tommy groom employed .
Susan Wiggins, Katherine school. Keystone Heights the flower*-and send ours. Call us
announce 'Mrs. W. C. Powell m served at Owen Joist' Corp of (pd. Pol. adv.
Peck Martha Dennis: and San. for flowers for .
This appointment: a hIgh engagement and approaching Florida every occasion.
her sister as matron of honor Inc.
dra l gl.ster. honor paid to the W, T, Weeks marriage of their daughter
and the bridal attendants were -- --- - - - - -
The hostesses presented the chapter. UDC. Edna Nadine Collins to Elvin
!Miss Brenda Williams Mrs.
'honoree with a piece of her !Maurice Potter of Miami.
Oral Tanner and Miss Becky
chosen china patern as a mem The wedding; will be an eventof
ento of the occasion and also :UDC MeetingAt Newham. Tho attendants were
Thursday, Nov. 28. at 3 p.m.
presented corsages to the bride. Crews HomeW. in the First Baptist Church of gowned alike !in green satin Want Modern Heat
floor length gowns with velve-
to be, Mrs. Peek Jr. and Mrs Keystone Heights with a reception teen sash, and long chiffon'
T, Weeks chapter UDC following In the church educational panel in back extending from
One hundred guests were invited and building.ColsonWaters.
met at the home of Mr.
the bodice to the floor. They
to call between the hours,
Mrs. I*. T Crews Wednesday
wore matching satin bows in
3 town to ,4:30.:Mrs.:Including Jim Otto from of St.out-of-Petersburg last week with Mrs. Crews :Mrs. their hair which (held in place
F. J. Pellum and Mrs. Bertha ,I their nose length veils. They
Mrs. Levy A. CanovaJr.
of Jacksonville Mrs. Terry Pearce as motif hostesses.carriedout The carried nosegays fashioned with At Minimum Cost ?

Walters Mrs. Warner Wise- Thanksgiving was The wedding date for the clusters of yellow and white

man and Mrs. G, B. Killinger in decorations. presidedand Linda Kay Colson-Wllbur L. pompoms, sweetheart' roses andfern.
of Gainesville, and !Mrs Roy Mrs. L. G. Waters nuptials has been an- .
Ward of Lake City. plans for the coming year flounced for Saturday. Dec. 28. Little Brenda Jackson, sister
were made. Mrs. J. W. Kincatd at 7:30: p.m. In the First Baptist of the groom, attended as flower COMPARE !
told of the plans for a Dutch Church with a reception girl attired like the bridal a
Treat luncheon to be held at attendants. Eddie Jackson,
Timea'flwin" following in the church educational cousin -
the Holiday Inn on December 4. building. of the groom, served as ring
Members are asked to make reservations All lends and relatives are bearer. *- : t Fast, Efficient, Clean Heat

with Mrs.,'L.- 1".., Din- Invited to attend.SimmonsDiAngelo. A long formal gown was worn -..
kins. by the bride, who-was given In For Pennies
Applications of two new memo marriage by her father. The
WatchBand 'tiers, Mrs. N. B. Rosier Jr. and gown was designed of embroid-

e Mrs Mary Lappe, were accept ered lace over silk net and 16,000 BTU $19.95IDEAL
Calendar ed. Mrs. F. J. Pellum gave the !Mr. and Mrs. Stephen 1", Simnions bridal taffeta gathered with a -

historical program. of Miami announce the front taffeta bow at empire
After the meeting adjourned, DEN OR KITCHEN HEAT
I 12 MONTHS engagement and approaching level bateau neckline and! calla
members were invited to the lily lace .sleeves. The A-lina
IOR ONLY marriage of their daughter.
w tea table which wan! covered skirt featured a scalloped lace
$1.00 Maureen to Domenic Joseph 28,000 BTU $29.95
cutwork cloth -
1i with a Imported DIAngelo of Philadelphia Pa. hemline flowing from a largo r
RmAnUaMrt and centered with a cornucopia' taffeta bow Into a circular,
The wedding will take place
The of fruit Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Saturday, Nov. 30 at 3:30: pm. chapel train of Venice lace over n FOR SPECIAL AREA NEEDS
presided .at the silver coffee Met beautifully in scalloped -
In St. James Catholic Church in
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.. sole enchanced with pearls and
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carried psis orchids a bouquet, feathered of phalaeno-carna- These Are Low, Low Bargain Prices, !

tions and with a yellow touch of sweetheartroses Ivy.A .

i Just Arrived! i church reception Fellowship was Hall.held Stand-in the fl1ii[ COUNTERFLOW THEm

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titraeryEN daughters of Ocala were Sunday ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville Medical Center was wnoouan .
and Monday' visitors of Mr. and Ole tauritosen! In New Port Ridl birthday party

I PltJ l !! //IiIW I IMrs. oY Stefanelll Mrs, Henry Is. Stefanem In New York while Mr.for ey Rev.from and Sunday to Wednesday. the given surprised staff to Ms and at a honor patients Monday in the by 9t'ftojtl' 099

live days attending an art ex of Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale; Ambulant Wing of the fcospttal.
hiNt where be baa entered two last were visiting friends Birthday cake WIllS enjoyed by
paintings. Tuesday while here to
vote. the patients.

Lakeland. Is Marguerite visiting Miss Corn!Madge ol of Mr.Tampa and were Mrs. weekend W. P. Randall Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sooggins ..... ...... .gg4i r
guests have as guests this week W. B.
Middleton and !Mrs.,W. E. Mld of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham. Bowling of DunneHon, Mr. and ,,, j
dleton tor several days. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes of Mrs. Bob Franklin of Orlando 1 BRADFORDPECANS t tit
(Merle Mardto': of ..Indlatlantlo la iFitc1i
also a'- Myrtle Beach, B. C. were Mon- and Mrs. Mary Ella Scogglna. 0(
Weekend-'guest toe day visitors: of i
Mr. and Mrj. E. Columbus. Ga. .
:Mlddleton home. W. Hayes.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran t tt
ham visited his parents. Mr. Local admittance to Brad Misses Janet Hardy and JoAnn i
ford County; Hospital this week Hildebran and Gene Ivey.
and Mrs. F. E. Branham, In
include: Mrs. Fannie Morris. Jr. of the University of Georgia ,, ShelledAND
Palatka on Sunday. Mss Alma F. Leurch Joseph 'Youngsters' Watch ParadeNine and Miss Jayne Hardy of Tlft I
!Mrs. Randal Ghltty and Mrs. t
Brantley Mrs. Edna Studstlll. College spent the weekend with:
Roberts attended the State
Cancer Mrs. Mildred Gllason. .Thomas patients from a,. Sturice: Nnrslnc Home had ringtildeseats Mr. and (Mrs. J. E. Hardy. The,
Conference In Port Lau
J. Lewis; James M. four, with Miss June Hardy attended UnshelledWHOLESALE ,
derdale over the weekend.Mr. Tomlinson for the annual Bradford High School bomecombif parade I & bycflJt ?
and Mrs. Frank Hlxon of Rev. Andrew Varnesand Henry last Friday on the cnriwr! of Walnut and Call Street. the Florida Georgia- ,
Griffis all of Starke Mrs., game on Saturday. RETAIL
Savannah, Ga. were guests of : They are: (1-r Mrs Agnes Scott Mike Welscholek. Violet beautiful pin with a

Mrs. J. R. Hlxon last week: and' 'Will Stella H. Williams Roberts and of !Mlcanopy Medford: Taylor Ulysses. Thomas, employee; Mary Hlioa John Simpson birthstone tor eich: member

observation visited Gainesville Mr. Hlxon V. A. who Hospital la In the for'' Shealy iel Dyal of of RaIford Hampton.Mr. ; and. 'Nathan Catherine Rose William Carroll, and Eliza Carroll. WatchBand I t PECANS CRACKED t tt of dttvbh the\ family.fh.wlll bravtr.

and treatment.
and !Mrs. Ed Birdsall of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison' Mrs. R. S. New baa returned
!Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johns St. Petersburg were weekend Sr. visited Mra.. R. T. Hlppa in to her !home in Statesboro, Ga. I 5C LB. ,.,0DIr$1250BULLINGTON'S
have moved Into their new t tt
home guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Waycross Ga. on Sunday. alter a weeks visit with her Calendar t
on E. Wilson Road.
Vlnlng. The Vinings also had as Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tllley brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I
Friends of Mrs. F. W. Str1ck tt MONTHS
land Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and of Jacksonville were visiting and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwlre. The NOW TILL NEW YEAR'S A
will regret to hear of the FOB ONLY
Mrs. Jimmy Davies of Pinellas Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson Goldwires drove Mrs. New
death of her father Harry W. flJOO
Park over the weekend. home and spent the weekend. t
Moyer, of Jacksonville on Tues \ It I
day of last week.D. Mrs. Nelson Green attendedthe 7..................... 1AiIIMI1I Starke State Farmers Mkt. PhotographyCAMERAS
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Orlando Saturday and Sun :
Rev. and Mrs. Farabee Jr. and 0 [ i IT
all attended the Florida-Geor.. day.Mrs. w k. ...... --- = t .
gia C. D. Williams of Starke -
game. Spaghetti
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown God .and Benjamin Morris of Lake : :
City have been admitted to the \ sm AT 1
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daughter, Cheryl, of
Avon Park were guests of !Mrs. Starke Nursing Home. EAT IN OR TAKE IT OUT \ 1
Eve Baldwin from Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richard- : : I I IOEP3W'Eltl
Sunday.Mr. eon; were in Sarasota last '
and Mrs. Gerald Williams Wednesday and Thursday on' FOOD-HAM-AND HOME-BAKED PIES .
and toured business. \ '
sons Cape Kennedyand Open 6:30 A. M. to 1:30 P. M. and .
attended. Open House /there Miss Patty Blgham of Brooker. -
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recently. has been Initiated Into Alpha 5:00 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. A J p AI

Misses: Dell Moredock, Ann Sigma chapter of Delta Zeta
Turner and Anita Luke of the social sorority at Florida State : To Ren RestaurantST'ARKE :
University of Georgia were Fri University Tallaha eee. Miss
day night dinner guests of Mrs, Blgjham' Is a Junior majoring
J. E. Wilson. cilmlnology. .

Mrs. John Buckley and daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wescottof 0 TT S. 301 North Phone 964.6784 .8
Kimberly of Sarasota were Tampa were weekend guestsof
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Mr. and Mrs. David Browning.
Dr. John Harris of Chattaho-
ochee was visiting Mr. and Mrs. s,
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Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jim $6988 channel VHF-UHF re-
Coursey of) Ocala, former managers ." 'II'!' ception. 1 yr. warranty

of the Dixie Motel in II.;.,; k on picture tube parts,
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Starke. will regret to hear they ..
are confined in the Halifax VEMBER SAVINGS! Steam & Dry Iron
Hospital! Daytona Beach
Injuries suffered In an automo- $ Steam to dry at push of L OSTERIZERbullon.
bile accident last ,week. : Fully automatic j i l
Larry Williams of FSTT was $12.95"valu 788 mst set 'fabric dial. Cord r: s 8-Speed Blender
home for the weekend. I 1 lift lot left or right hand
Alex Lee of Wilton. Conn-wad :, iron mg.
last Thursday overnight guest our reg. $39.88rJ

of his grandparents. Mr. and EEPWE SAL! ; ; : .S7 riz4 8 push buttons give you

Mrs. J. E. Dowllng.Mr. 8 8 any blending chore you
and Mrs. M. W. Ct'easier c t $ desire. S cup heat resis-
have returned from a three $29 tant container opens at
weeks trip through: the Smoky n : l both ends for easy clean-
Mountains and up into Pennsyl r j YOUR : Q h t1, / ing.
: _
vania. Enroute home they visited $277 1f '
Mr and Mrs. Charles Cres-

sler In Calhoun, Ga. I CHOICE Lady Sunbeam
Al Breedln of the University. 1I
of Georgia was a weekend I
guest of Steve Denmark and I /7' our low $2.99 I Ih' 1 .
reg. >>
both attended the Plorida-Georgia ,w 1i
$25.99 Seller
game. C 'rr A fantastic selection in comfortable cotton
Mrs. P. E. Griffis has returned 4 flannelette, 1 and 2-piece styles, tailoreds. t& This professional type
from a visit la Frankfurt. novelties waltz lengths shorties culottes dryer gives fast com
Germany with her mother, who v' granny gowns... In prints and solids sizes West Bend 9 Cup $ 8 J fortable drying at home
was ill.Miss. 32 to 40. Come see this exciting new Fall $188 1 or away. Temperature
collection and save at Carps) purl' settings from hot to cool
Holly Gesner of Golden i Coffee Maker for touch-up or new hair
Hills Academy was a weekend' MS do.

guest of Miss Debra Johns. J vz 7t $7.99 value

tello Mr.of and Santa Mrs.Maria William, Calif Mon-and r 4.i., $ /4 Fully automatic, brews \ -

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dealing of ., $5' perfect coffee' every time ,'' GE AUTOMATIC
Jacksonville y r and keeps it hot after
were Saturday visitors
# ; A terrific
it's ready. Value .
of Mr. and MM. L. D.
Green. gift. Ice Toaster

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Hunt g

and sons of St. Augustine were -. $14.99 Seller
visiting Mrs. Henrietta Hunt on 4 i7 '
Sunday rte c M 1I. .- $ Pleases everyone-toast
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Clark and % ;} t Q ao r .- $1 077 selector adjusts light to
daughters of Eau Gallic! were ,rP -- dark. Snap open crumb

weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. .. .4 ayr ; tray ish., bright chrome fin
Inman Green and attended the { +r t ny!'
I '
Florida-Georgia game.
Mrs T. E. Herndon Mrs.

Ralph Herndon and Mrs. Bertha r.T ; j II 12 I GE ELECTRIC
W111U of Valdosta, Ga. t k r
were I v ry5 .
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weekend guests of Mrs. Pearl .
I :
Edwards.Mr. f1 r' r GE SOLID STATE ; Alarm Clock,

and Mrs. Brad
Locke and
A 3
sons of Tampa were visiting. / 1 9 '
her mother, Mrs. Shellie Gerle. cj-y CLOCK RADIO : ? ; 3.95.valu.

over the weekend. value $ ,I u The Room-mate
$15.95 : alarm Is
Mr and Mrs. Lamar Shaw ot PYLON 8 'i 5 $244 compact in smart antique

Miami were visiting Mrs. Ida Wake to music automatically 6. white case. Large, easy-
Mae Shaw and family over the with this trouble .- to-read numerals. Accu
weekend.J7)ie. QUILTED / $1197 free solid state circuitry rate.

0 d') ri radio. Quality GE clock.
4 Heat resistant polystyrene
iit+'raaa ROBE modern case.
i. r: era r
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$397 FLUFFY ,in
I :L' SLIPPERS ...+-""

$4.99 value

j $4.99 nylon valueBeautiful quilted Carps $ gg $ A powerful radio with
I low -M automatic volume control
- [ polyester fiber filled l pricerobe $291
with two pockets ___ complete with car
Bible and short cuffed sleeve. You'll be delighted with these rying case and 9-v battery

,{EJit*/4?Rev. C. I,Scofiel.JD.D.f' Choose pink or blue attractive fluffy house pink shoes blue lined or gold for in gift pack.

I (/ sri.ted by Eminent Scholars' sizes 1218. Ideal' for warmth and comfort. Closed ,' -
dormitory or oy
[H.lp. Oft P.g. When Needed heel and toe or slide-closed
I at home. .
(With; Chain References Riveted toe in sizes 610. -- *

- Marginal Harmonized Rendering Books ol, Plop/'tlci.lit.)fiia'c''* LADIES FULL SLIPS HOOVER f ; AC or Baft. Radio!

and l other .. LADIES
I \\An.lyaed many ft PANTIES
,rum.,every. _Bible!! ...ttudtnt. _aeeb. our regular $2.99' Slimline Vac $19.95 value
white lace trim and our reg. low 59 ea.
tailored styles ... 100% $39.88 Seller
nylon Tailored and novelty styles .
BULLIHGTON'SPhotography ; Plug it in or use batteries
satin and tricot with front sha $266Lovely In nylon satins, rayons and 9 but 1 this !
dow 88 Portable,lightweight on portable
panels and
adjustable cottons. Assortment of colors $1
clean with AFC that prevents
powerful vacuum
cottons shoulder! 3240.straps. Some no press in sizes 58. Buy several f fflr $29 ing. Uses throw sway Rcarton $1288 FM drift. 11 transistors
at this low
price. bags. Includes cleaning telescoping antenna, excellent
CAMERAS attachments. reception.
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11 Of Interest To. St. Mark's; Women Anderson-Mobley Hospital; AuxiliaryA Ice
Date AnnouncedMr.

and Mm. Dick Anderson members reception: and the honoring Candy! Stripers new. << ,

VI of Lawtey announce Hita engage will be held at the general 't666
meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary
marriage. on Monday Nov. 18, at
f fI Louise, to Wayne Edward \Mob- ;,7:30: p.m. in the Methodist Fellowship -
ley. eon of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall. Rev. D. T. FaraNM -
E. Mobley of Starke. > Jr. will be guest speaker. MATHEWS
r' The wedding will be an eventof
: 1f I Mi : I '\ FrIday Nov. 29, at 8 pin, Recent Births Well DrillingMelroee
at the home of Mr. and MM
f I .... ; Mobley, 111 E. Washington St. Mir and Mrs. Thomas E. Hug- Fla.
t" ''10 '<" with a reception following. Phone 475.5101
gins of Orange: Park announcethe
: ; it< ; 'a AU friends and relatives of
\ birth of
a eon on Nov. 11 Myers Pumps
"I., t: k'" S tend.the couple are Invited to at- in the Green Cove Springs floe- SERVICE;
of pital. Grandparents are Mr. and
. at /Mrs George Hugglns: of Starke and REPAIRS
( : BattenBaldreeThe and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prevail
f of Islamarada.
:, \ marriage of Miss Linda
E. i "'" 1""":, Batten to Robert Baldree will Bradford County Hospital an.
r :!! l take place Friday. Nov. 22, at flounces the following births: )
/, V 7:30 p.m. In Hope Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lloyd
( Church Theressa. AU friends Allen, Starke, a daughter, Melissa
and relatives are Invited to at. Carol Nov. 10.
Marie Frees Becomes Bride' tend. Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Nelson
Strickland, BYNANCY'S
Starke. a daughter
ed i .Mr.> ;,Seelev In First Methodist, .. Mr. and Mrs. W, W. Hood are Dlerdre Lynne. Nov. S. FLOWERSTHE
attending the Florida Forestry HORN OF PLENTY
; ; ; Association meeting at the Sheraton -
The two punon Manual or
Kathy Marie Frees. sautes
Hotel In Jacksonville, Electric. For sale rent. Here is an Interesting fact
Hoff covered with white linen cloths or
of Mrs. Philip P.
'' ; where Mr. Hood Is the newly Bradford about the "Horn of !Plenty" or
and Victor Frees, and and centered with crystal punch County Telegraph.
elected district director.
: Cornucopia (found In Greek
bowls which were encircled
Ernest Seeley Jr., son
: Luther Jackson and with a garland of yellow and mythology.- has through the
E. Seeley Sr. of Macon. white pompoms and fern. Presiding THANKS TO THE VOTERS1 1 ages! represented
were united in marriage at the punch bowls were overflowing fullness -
I: !. Nov. 2, at 8 p.m. Misses! Karen Patz. Barbara OF BRADFORD COUNTY .and abundance -
First Methodist Church. Johnson, Janet Kautfman and !
!]: : T. Farabee Jr per- Mrs Leonard Dugger. FOR THEIR FINE SUPPORTOF I If you will examine -
a picture
After spending time with '
the nuptials. some 1;:
ing the altar were two their /guests! the couple left on a | of C o r n copla:
; standing yellow and white wedding trip to the Smoky OUR NEW SENATOR (r. t yi j closely, you will
4 find flowers
Mountains and Gatllnburg.
trees against a back -
of fern and branched Tenn. The bride traveled In : green sheath dress with brownaccessories grain
'Ing Henry Greene organist, complemented with Ed This only. proves that along
with tlie Abundance of fruit and
Mrs. W. E. Dowling and the orchids from her bridal bou GurneyN. grain-flowers were important
Greene soloists, render quet.
music. The young couple Is residingat too.We
feel flowers!are Just as Important
Jackson served his broth. 128 N. Church Street.
today. When wantto
best man and the ushers The 'bride and groom are bothgraduates L. WOODBURN, say "get well" to you a friend
Leonard Dugger Bill Ad of Bradford High Bradford County Chrm. there Is no lovelier way Send
(\School! and the ,fa
and Tommy"Ctiastaln. groom em- .
flowers-and send ours. Call us
W, C. Powell-in served ployed at Owen Joist Corp. of (pd. pol. adv.) for flowers for every occasion
dra as matron of honor Florida Inc.
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the bridal attendants were - - II - - --- -
Brenda Williams Mrs.
Tanner and Miss Becky

alike. Tho In attendants green satin were Want Modern Heat
to length gowns with velve- Truly
sash, and long chiffon'
In back extending from
to the floor. They
matching satin bows In
,3 : hair which held In place

Jr. / nose nosegays length fashioned veils. They with At ?

of yellow and white
sweetheart. roses and MinimumCOMPARE
of !
Brenda Jackson, :sister
: groom attended as flow, !
attired like the bridal
Eddie Jackson, cou-

.the groom served as'"ring" Fast, Efficient, Clean Heat

bride formal, wlio gown.was was given worn In ,,+ r ., For Pennies
by her father The
r'F' was designed of embroid
lace over silk net and 16,000 BTU - .. $19.95
taffeta gathered with a
taffeta bow at empire
bateau neckline and calla 4 IDEAL DEN OR KITCHEN HEAT
sleeves. The A-llne
featured a scalloped lace 28,000 BTU $29.95FOR
: : flowing from a large .
bow Into a circular,
: train of Venice lace over

.. enohanced lace. Petals edged with of pearls In peau scal and de ; Eu 40,000 BTU $49.95

secured her multi-tiered
of Imported illusion She HEATS UP TO I'5') ROOMS

orchids a bouquet, feathered of phalaeno-carna These Are Low, Low Bargain Prices!

and yellow sweetheart
with a touch of Ivy.
I reception was field in the
I Fellowship Hall. Stand-
the receiving line were O ui COUNTERFLOW THE
and groom and bridal ULTIMATE
Miss Cheryl Savage. G ,
the bride's book. WALL FURNACE IN HEATING
bride's table was covered
i' 5' '
white cutwork cloth cen- rni' COMFORT
with a three tiered wed Heats like a central furnace
"Just Like A
cake, topped with a bride
Cutting the cake its counterflow:! forced-air Central Furnace"H
Misses Cherrio McRae and

!. I i Wilson. BAZAAR EATS'with% I of-heat"circulation across that lays floors.a "blanket-Installs Only

Starkfl Extension Home on-the-wall or in-the-wall
Club Is sponsoring a I
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: 10 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. in

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Chorus under the dlreclton: of
-- will
Ttie HIgh School PTA
-' Vlrgel Lovett. All parents are
,meet. Tuesday, Nov 19. at 7:30: urged to attend! and support

: What Type Serw'ce/ncrn Deserts America? 'pjn.1P'am.'wW'in the be cafeteria.1M Web The School pro ttoelr;> school and PTA. i

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Donna Griffis doesn't expect sorts got to pressing on him. for Donna and a one-page let r i : --------- -
to hear from her brother Larry He didn't want to talk about it ter arrived from Larry At that AA

too frequently; it cost $1.60 tio much. time he was In Goteberg. Swe- SPECIAL
mail 'letter from Sweden. "He was the quiet type.-He den That was the last letter '
"In his first letter he said went to church every Sunday- the family has received. Donna + 1t : v
he didn't want us to think there he was a real good student, said they continued to write P .r
had been outside Influences because made A's and B's". him In Goteberg until a news-
he was thinking for himself Did he go fishing or hunting! paper story last Friday said that
; and nobody was telling: him or have any particular friends? he was in Stockholm. She said
what to do," Donna said. "He "He and his dog were always she guessed they'd:have to wait
said he was planning to attenda hunting. His dog was his friend. now and hear from Larry before FREE COKEwith
\ university and he was just 4, rk He and Luke Coleman went they could write him again +? '
telling me what to do with my hunting together, but he never Donna continued: "Most pea :
ilfe-.-not to make any mistakesin went out to dances, he dated ple cast stones at deserters and '/
It-to stay In school and try once in a great while, he didn't call them! bums. But you know w ,
to go to college." smoke or drink or curse." they ,have reasons! You never
Robert Lawrence (Larry) a, r. Why did she. go to Sweden? can tell but Larry had a reasonor OPENING DAY DEERSLAYERS '
Griffis. a 1966+ graduate of "It doesn't seem like him. It he never would have done BUCKET OR BARREL OF
Bradford High School and son I Just doesn't seem like he'd do that. Three of the many successful opening: day hunters
of Mrs M. L. Grllfls Griffis something like that he was The neighbors have all been at Camp Blanding are pictured above with an 8' CJJlCKEN l
Loop, Is one of 11 American g; straight forward-he didn't do nice, Donna: said! "They all point buck, taken in the South Range, Camp Bland
who have been ( \ } things on the spur of the moment knew Larry they knew
(\ ," ; what Ing, at 7:30 a.m. From left: Wayne Harper, Lamar
granted asylum In Sweden on LARRY GRIFFIS According kind of a boy he was They Williams, and Wayne Alday. The deer dressed out at FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY
his! sister LarryJoined '
knew he
liumanitai Ian grounds. was a good boy. They
It was Larry who dragged his the 1966 106 pounds.
Army in July of
Brief announcement releasedby nil feel the same way we do-
mother from the burning home. and at that The Camp kill
the Alters Commission time she planned to that he had a reason" Standing for Friday-Saturday -- I
Thursday its. his address as Starke and cle and grandmother now live was up and become a data pro mlnsht! never eee Mm again;' deer 15 turkeys, 14 hogs, 19 quail, 174 cat squirrel
with them and that her grandmother
i his date of birth Feb. 16, 1948 cessor. The famllY'last saw Lar Larry'd titter said. and 18 fox squirrel.
is in the hospital. Mrs. in KtRtllckvpied
Several phone calls by Ths ry August of 67 when he was
Telegraph produced the Information Griffis was at the hospital at home on furlough
that hU middle name'' the time Then he was stationed* In
Donna said[ she and her broth. west Germany and in April of City
i li;; Lawrence and his mother'sname I Employees
er had been close and thatthh this May Lose '
is LouIse. A drive around) very year Mrs: Griffis receiveda
closeness stemmed from letter
from his commanding
Gilffis Loop, located off SRlors
1964 when they lived with an officer saying that Larry was d tfdeken
finally ended at a small
uncle for three months while
AWOL. Group Life
!trailer where this reporter Insurance DealCity
their mother in the His
found Donna, IB, a Junior at was' hospital; family did not hear from
BHS. recovering from 'njurles received Larry until August when they

1 There arc four children In In the fire. received a letter mailed from employees are In dangerof a fwo-day diesel operation and I Fh'e Stationlineman's ,
"Larry pulled Mamma out of Orange N. J.. which[ Donna -Inrtructsd Utilities Supt
the Griffis family; Leon, Jr. 3(5( ; losing their group life insurance course in Gainesville.
who Is unmarried and lives in the house (Donna was not at says must have come throughthe because Oscar Davis to clean out a' ditch 301 North .-- Starke
policy; they arc
Arizona Sandra Louise, 26, home that night and Larry was underground. In the letter Agreed, at the suggestion! of on Lafayette Street whsre, ac-
; the
not maintaining 75 cent
per Phon 964-5126
who is mauled and lives in St. sleeping in a trailer). He" was "he said It would be mailed in participation! called for in the Councilman Gerald Williams cording! to Councilman P. T.
Augustine! and Larry and Donna standing there when they uncovered the States but that he wasn't !in contract with the Life of Georgia who said the work is necessary, Nolin, there has been some op-'
Their father was killed in1J.t Daddy He didn't cry- America-mostly
!)() when' the walls of their he just aorta went Into! shock deserters aren't" bums but' a Merrill Edwards told the Starke ----- ..- - wwwe- -
The only I it
way can group of men Donna said
burning home collapsed on him. Council last week.
(his desertion) Is that it just In September a birthday card
At present Edwards said,only n

at 58 psr carrying cent of the the Insurance employeesare or r- i Y. Wj-j

MARY CARTER PAINTSUY :38 clerk of approached about said 65 several said employees.they employeeshe did The not

want the city coverage. '
Edwards said Life of Georgia:

TWO AN expects whether an the answer city will by live Friday up on to 0 r

.... ,. its contract. NO I Ii
,,""" '' The Insurance costs an employee PAYMENT 'IlL
' ''' $1.50 per month per $!,'

., 000 coverage and the city con-
tributes $1.44, the clerk said. 0
The Ccuncll discussed making
tha'group insurance policy man.
datory for city employees but
discarded that idea because of i NEXT YEAR
/ opposition to making an em-, I
.w ployee take out insurance.
1 Utilities: ..Supt. Oscar Davis
said! hs believes more em 0S ,
ployees will take the insuranceif Giant-screen.
approached in th& right manner

h h"I made, but to take would the resent insurance being p ,, ;. --z-,=- z N l4, Color Consolette :

r The council decided ta: leave that swivels! .
the matter to department headsto
present to their employees l r riD f (', Fiddle-free Automatic Fine 9;
Clerk Edwards said It should be U U j .
explained that the coverage Is .' U 3 Tuning ( ) and giant-screen
color viewing in
a space-saving .
Y a fringe benefit of city employ. Color TV
ment and that the pries !is ex S A swivel consolette. High
ROL-LATEX LATEXiC tremely low performance 25,000-volt chassis Fs
In other action the Council: 0 provides traditional RCA .
Discussed, all the suggestion picture quality. New Vista VHF .
ti WALL PAINT of Mayor Carl Hurst paY and Solid State UHF tuners .
y Ing policemen ta attend 200 i i assure channel-pulling power. .
; DRIES TO A BEAUTIFUL FLAT FINISH hours of training under the new Io' It's a real bargain buy .
'' OUTSTANDING HIDING POWER Police Standards Law passsd in Color TV.
by the Florida Legislature. The n
WASHABLE AFTER ONE WEEK matter was turned over to the .
Police Committee: Hurst said, 0 Th.OARVEY
b the law ctsss not require policemen 2J-do.! ...295 iq.I..plclu,.
aready hired to take the .
trairlng but that the policemen .
were taking it to Improve thern-
I AA/IA/OAAIIq/ s Reg.2GALS$698 selves. Councilman Jimmy Mc- Terms '
Od hq To
'GoodHou ekeeping. 5 Rae said they should bs paid 0
; !,I for It, It would cost about E2.-
h'IM/NI ey0 dC'r. A 500 and there is no funds budgeted 0O
contingency.for such an item and no Suit

Discussed again at the suggestion
MATCHING.SEIUiGLOSS! of Councilman P. T. No- 0

ENAMEL NOW. lln a single the equipment possibility bid and to of save material purchasingall money.on : RCA..First in Color TV! 0O

Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis saidit .
09 PER would be possible but the city .
Reg. $2 QUART might have to store more ma .
terial than at present .
'Accepted the low bid of $2- .
a 865 from Baldwin Chevrolet on y
a 1 1-2-ton truck to be used to -- Big-screen .
haul trash. The price includeda "'
---- --- Color
_- --- -- -
$100 trade-in on a 1952: truck. a .
A body lor the new truck still 0 QI;:! I i Colonial
has to be purchased 0 0O
J -Agreed to allow bids to be m riD I ,.1; i I ; Consolette
asked on three pick-up trucks 0
for various utlllty departments, U U l.DU! U I I Space-saving 0

t **L after funds have Supt.been Oscar bud Davis eted, said 0 Color TV .0.-....II i II i, I' almost anywhere.cabinet Thrill fits to 0
ROL-EZE ONE COAT MARY CARTER -Agreed to allow three utility I unsurpassed Color realism on .
I I I I the
I glare
-- LATEX OIL department employees to attendSTAPKE big-screen .
1 ? BASE I picture tube. 25,000-volt

f HOUSE PAINT HOUSE PAINT \ #*. .. i\ f contrast chassis delivers pictures.bright Automatic high- ..
AReg, $730 GALLON R eg. $580 GALLON PER Pd i I chrome control keeps color .

'' 0 IntensltV.the way you want it .
b BUSINESSDIRECTORY I I Automatic color purifier. .

aN'.;' '' 2 GALS.FOR $998 27"MARY ,anuAANOp ar .. .

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Budget Terms Road Service

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102 E. Brownie St. Goodyear Tires A Batteries ,
Phone 964-7025 ROAD SERVICE: ; 234 N. Temple Ave Phone :
301 and 100 Siarke 9647396P.GE

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- 'ApplirA'ions Now BP:--r ,Accepted --- Homecoming Skits --


From Fanners To JHove Hogs;a- Tornado Laugh In I ICamera

The Florida Department of nth Dr. Clarence! L. Campbell
Agriculture la accepting applications state veterinarian and director,
from Florida farmers of the
,, : Department's Division,
who" wish "farm to farm" of AndmallndlUtry.
movement of swine. Commissioner The "farm to farm" move,
of Agriculture Doyle Con. ment of swine is another step
'nor announced after approving In returning the state's \swine
emergency regulations. governing Industry to normal Interrupted
tatrastate awing movement. September 19)by a !hog cholera
If applications are granted epidemic which caused the del j
farmers may begin such swine truction of more than 10,000 aniImats.
movements on Nov. 19, Conner '
Bud following a conference: Conner said 'under the emer- _

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Serving Florida a

Since 1950

reefing S ke
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'IMP" 'IMP"'IMP" "'"'" "'N''"'Nt

Mrs. Carolyn Ip CordiallyWelcomes

Eaves i-
4 Representative l tt s If
Ph. 964-5812 You and Your '

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your

Starke New Home caught three sophomores Eric Tomlinson and Mark Crawford. Bradford High School seniors participate watt, Mary Ann Graudon, Eric Kersey

performing Thursday night during the The sophomores won the $15 prize for in a "Laugh-In" during the annual Debbie llil!. Judy McConnell, Marvin

The State of Florida homecoming skits. Representing jibe the best skit at the Tornado Whirl. homecoming' skits. Performers are Tomlinson, Tatty Johnson Susan Salazar I
) Denise
are (1-r : Winkler
i ((1-r) : Phyllis Men Jean Davie, Madonna Patty May Susan Werre (lying

It Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and gency regulations, "a farm to tended movement of the swine. The cost of examination will be Menff, Debbie Inkebarger, Wanda Pre- down) and Ray Lowery.

To Aquaint You With Your City.If farm movement allows transferof Dr. Campbell said special per- at owner's expense.No .
swine from one premise to mit must accompany the swineat movement of swine will be
another within !the! state, whether all times during transporta permitted from or into herds
in the
you are new area, a phone
or not both premises are which have been known to be
call will bring you a prompt visit owned by the same or separate tion.Before a herd may be moved. exposed or Infected by hog cholera -
persons." It must be examined by an approved during the current outbreak ftiTT:
from your local hostess.: Please give The regulations also stipulate veterinarian who will which started September J 16. Dr. I
: no swine may be moved certify: that he checked the an. Campbell said. This will be de- I.
'her a call! She has maps and many from a farm to another. In the imals and observed no svmp- termined by records in his of. _r: ,
state for any purpose except toms of contagious or Infectious fice of Infected or suspicious 4B 5-
free and wonderful gifts for you upon special permit Issued by diseases and that the animalswill herds. He also said the restriction
from local businesses. Dr. Campbell and that applica- be properly Identified by will apply to herds adjacent -
tion for the permit must be tags ear notches or other permanent to or In close proximity to
I; made prior to :the date of In- means of Identification. any confirmed hog cholera case.:




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Big; Homecoming WinTorna.does

Roar 33-19 Past Fernandina's Pirates

Their offensive machine roll. Lake City 3 1 0

In?, Brad for d' Tornadoes Bolles 2 2 0

scored three of the first four I Live OakOrange 2 2,0

times routing they had a big the ball Pern'andlna FridayIn Hurse: BHS Has Good Chance st Augustine Park. 050 1 3 1

Beach team 33.19 to win their. OVER ALL

1968 BHS homecoming quarterback contest.Bill Belote flJAr Against Tough Lake City TEAM,Palatka w 7 L 0 T 1

:ran for two touchdowns and Tigers Lake City 8 1 0

passed for two others In leading ,Starke IS 2 0
his team back to the winning I Live Oak IS 3 II
column after two straight "By most people's standardswe the Tornadoes Cornertack Bill two touchdowns: and passing for I BollesOrange 2 4 2

losses Fullback Willie Cohens,, are probably quite an underdog Belote and end Tom Marks led two more. Park 242

running at that' spot for the first but we feel we've got a the Tornado tackling each was I Moving Willie Cchens to full- St. Augustine 170 /

time to strengthen the BHS good chance," Coach David In on 10.Belote .. ,iback! and Ronnie Grlggs to

backfield was the Tornadoes' Hurse says of Friday night's had three individual i I flanker helped the club some

'work horse and leading ground encounter with tough) and pow tackles and seven assists, the 1 and was advantageous to the individual

gainer with 85 yards In 13 car. erful Lake City, a grid team top performance players. Coach Hurse

Ties a.. 6.5 average .,nn rltt-M, It n ,. ,.t 3 a that except for Palatka could Guard Chris Chandler and aid.
Coach David Hurse's eleven be the roughest the Tornadoeswill tackle Charles Smith, who play The starting Tornado line-up

''has now won live games against face this season ed only defense his first time will bfl the same as it has for

two losses. Fernandina Is now BHS quarterback Bill Belote scoots In for coming rontest. Besides scoring two TD's Bel. "The boys haven't forgotten In action In three weeks were the past four or five games with

4-3. one of his two TD's In the 33-19 win over Ferot passed for two more. the humiliation of the 59-0 de- tapped as giving the best performances exception that Tommy Black-

Tornadoes Roll Number C5 In photo Is the Tornadoes' Chrisnandlaa feat last year" Hurse added. against Fernandlna. shear will start at weak side

Winning the toss and electing Beach last Friday In the Tornado home- ty Chandler. The Tigers of Columbia Coun Belote had one of his better linebacker in place of Steve

7 to receive the opening kick-off ty are 6-1 for the season having nights at quarterback running Crawford.

the Tornadoes Gene Melvin re. to the Pirate 14 yard line. the fourth lost only to Palatka 14.0
end post, fell on the ball at the midway period after
i turned the Fernandlna kick 32 Melvin carried! four yards tc 50. It took the 'Tornadoes: only 11, scramble of events which began last week in Palatka 'Some con- Dist 11 honors. The defeat of

yards to the Pirate 48. Ten the 10, Cohens got one more tc three plays to score their fourth when BHS's Bill Adams In. sidered the Palatka victory an PoatkaLeading/ Lake City was good news to

,plays later with 6:48: left in the nine. Going to the air then, touchdown. tercepted a Pirate pass and re upset but Coach Hurse says other teams as it also keeps

the first period Belote went 17 Belote hit flanker Ronnie Cohens hit twice for 12 and 13 turned it 30 yards to the Fer- he was not surprised at all. Pa slim hopes alive. STOCK CAR
yards over his right side and latka whipped the Tornadoes! 32-
alone in the
Grlggs yard to the Pirate 25, Melvin namlina 10. Off-setting penalties -
,cut to the outside far the first flat for the TD. the 6, their worst beating of the Two very big games all on
" right went over his light side for 25 nullified play however
TO. Bill Adams .who kicked by far. tap this weekend and that very RACES
The second Tornado: TD of the yards for the tally putting the and Fern Ulna retained possesDii season
three extra points and caught a Lake City shut out Fernan- possibly will determine the
i second! period came after Pirate Tornadoes ahead 2713. ) at its 21. the original lino
pass for 'a touchdown, added the Burbank china, a team the Tornadoes eventful conference and district
Billy SundayTime
quarterback scrimmage.
The final BHS score came of Every
[point after and the Tornadoes, had quick-kicked from his nine ... whipped 33.19 In their home Fla./ StarPalatka's winner.
'led 7-0. yard line to get out of a hole -- coming game last week, 410. Lake City will try to begin a Trials _____ 1:30:

Pirates Fight Back The 53 yard pant rolled! to the The Tigers also beat Tallahassee new winning streak as they enteitaln First Race_ ______ 2:30 !

Fighting back. Fernandina Bradford 37 where: the Tornadoes Rickards 19-6, Bollej 21-0 Braves donned their the Bradford Tornadoes.

|marched 93 yards in 13 plays took over and drove for and Orange Park 19-0. Palatka warpaint ,In fine style Friday Added Attraction
Starke and Lake City now own
(with halfback Larry Robinson their third TD.Tornadoes. / and Rickards are the only night Nov 8, and methodically records FAMOUS
29 for the score. the Tiger defense identical conference
I going yards teams to score on
Attack pierced the cloud: that Lake City
':Terry Rowe ran the extra point this season. and are tied for second placein HELL DIVERSlACTI4R.
Mixing his running and passing had been riding for :sometimenow. Palatka will
the tied 7-7 t defense the standings.
!lover and game was While the Tigers have a
with 1:15: left In the first pel'lad.Rob1llSon's attack the BHS quarterbacl e" as potent as last year's, try to maintain it's new position '
Patrick 14 !I Going into that the Tigers .
tossed to for yard game leader they will journey
run was a picture which ,shut out the Tornados: as
the middle, then, hit flanker !! had not felt the sting of .
>of determination. as he went up : 1 tt the Lake City offense is not to Live Oak. ? .;;
Bill Adams in ttiarlgn flat Cot s defeat in 22 games and hope
'ound right end. It looked as. Coach Hurse
ai 5 what it was says
headed for their TEAM STANDINGS
a 21 yard gain. fully were sec
he down at the line: in 19Ii8(
though was: Lake City depends more
Two 15-yard penalties slower I I ond state championship. Pa CONFERENCE '
of scrimmage but he emergedand the Tornado attack but dldn'l, on a running attack built around latka it seems had plans of TEAM W L T IXtmf t
sped down the .sideline. A running back Billy Hale, a 155- Q.
about situation.' 301
stop It, With a first dW'Ial( their wwn this : Palatka
trio of Tornado ladders met pound senior speedster who car. ....,
'the 27, the Tornadoes were penalized The Braves a team that Starke 3 I 0 1.
he madea
him at the BHS 15. rles the ball approximately 40
back to their 42 for started real slow have gotten
cut and zipped In for
quick per cent of the time He does:
clipping.But with each and
stronger game
the score. Robinson was a not carry ns much as did Pa.latku's -
Belote tossed to Adams I at their strongest Friday
standout for the Pirate, scoring Lamar Brlnson, how were TURKEY SHOOT
all three of their touchdowns.The for three yards, then ran rlghl, ever night Lamar Brinson and
end twice on the keeper for the way
ptrate halfback was also r Johnnie Bibens paved
the night's leading ground gainer six and 14 yards. Cohens then S .1 %W 9 The Tiger passing attack Is for the upset victory. SUNDAY, NOV. 17
went around: right end for eight it Brlnson scored In the second
season as
with 132 yards in 21 carries not as potent
Tornado Ralph Morgan number f 6, and Robbie Smith haul
and first down at tie Fernan. P.M.
a 6.3 average a was last year Coach Hurse period of play and Bibens open- STARTING 4:00
t'* dlna 12. down the Pirates' Larry Robinson The hard-running/ Pirate third with a 96
Fighting right back the Tor. feels In 19b7, when the Tigerswon ed the period
( nadoes added two touchdowns Keeping; en the option CBjlcte halfback gained 133 high, far the night and scored all three their second straight Class yard return of a kick-off. Arthur Horse Races Start 2:00: p.m.

In the second period far: a comfortable went In for the score then wltt of FernaniHnn's touchdowns. A state chamDlon'hip, the Lake Annls kicked both conversions
21-7 halftime lead. The 2:21: !ert in the second period, City offense was built around and the Braves made

second half was evenly fought Adams added the paint-after; fat Pirates tried another onside Ronnie Gilgics and Bill Ad- four olld running backs and their followers a :happy bunch STARKE RACEWAY

< as Coach Hurse played his 'a 21.7 Bradford edge. kick-off but EHS's Tom Marks urns!, at tile flanker pools each was balanced by an excellent with the 14-0 win.

';' bench with bath teams scoring who turned in an outstanding caught touchdown, pass. passing attack. This year the By virtue of the big win the SOUTH ON U.S. 301
two TD's.. Pirates Get Fumble performance at his dcfsnslvei : pacing threat Is not as great; Braves went to the top of the 3Vi MILES
y Two fumble Delete tan far 52 yards' and 4t only when the Florida Star Conference standIngs -
BHS Scores Recovering a Cslots the Tigers use NEXT TO DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Mike ',Norman fell on FernanJ the only one BH.S made Per.- Cohens Forces Fumble completed six of 11 passes running game bogs: down. and are now in fine position

I dlna's on-aldes. kick-off at the H But then Cohens, frofn his The Tornado line was also Defensively, the Tigers use a to challenge Perry for
BHS 40 thwarting second C-2 The Tornadoes consider: thy Ii ..
>: a period middleguard post broka Into bolstered by the return of tackle
> Pirate attempt to cause a, nandina went 60. yards in 1:I light facing i it) of the Tiger

r .. Tornado fumble and ,regainS plays In the period to narrow\, the Pirate backfield and caused! Charles: Smith, line to bp the strongest Pete

possession of the pigskin. It tock the BHS margin to '2UI3. Rob' Alonzo Autry to come loose The Tornado defense, however OeibevR. 1HO.; Pat Hartley 185; DEPT. STORE
for Belote Inson carried eight t'mes, on the I i and Albrittoil. STUMP'S
II but seven plays then from the ball. The Tornadoes' yielded 231 yard? to the Pirates. Eth-rldpre, 185.
:' to lead his BaRed! teammate Tom Marks was also in and 100.! hold it down. The weaker
I to( their second TD. drive and went OVEr from i k side of the Tiger foiewall Is:

7 Cohens went 11 yards Belote foot out with 2:47: left in thE I promptly fell on the loose ball Statistics!: bolstered by their strongest

j passed to Tex Patrick up: the find! period at the Fei nandina 10. linebacker a 175 pounder nam-
1HS Fernandina
'. middle for 14 yards Cohens Dawn just eight points anc 1:I Melvin hit right guard for two ed Slanker. welcomes
First Downs '11
i then 13 still much in the the I : EtherIdge
not eight more more very game yards before Belote passed toe Rushing' 9 12 Lake City's guards

Bill Adams in the end zone for Passing 2 .i and Albritton and, the two line

the score with 7:08: left in the Yds. Gained 283 231 backers. Slanker and Henry .
Paid Lee 181), are the best defensive -
JACKSONVILLE Rushing 215 210 players on the squad
game Fernandina's Ed Cook lilt Passing 68 21

Adams bud as lie caught the Passes! Com pl. ball but the BHS flanker hung Tornado mentor Is puzzled -
:; : Pusses Int. by 2 0
on to make good 33-13 BITS as to how to figure Lake
a Fumbles Lost by 1 1
lead Penalties 75 IS: City after their defeat by pa- its of famous namesIt
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Tornadoes and ready to avenge
rJ Fernandlnn continued to fight Score by (Quarter
the defeat, or will they just
]however, as the Bradford bench
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want to finish the season
was emptied. They went 63 Fernandlna ... 7 0 6 6-19
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son going over from foot
Triumph out after making runs of a.22, 6, BHS H Touclulmvns' Bl2te. 17-yd. run. how they" feel, just about how. is with pride and pleasure that we '

11, and 3 yard, we feel. The Tornadoes will the shirts
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The final TD with 2:51: left go Into the contest with no In.
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VISTA Volunteers M Opening (Farm-City Week FIRST ASSEMBLY- OF GOD

Starts Nov. 22
I West Weldon St. wad Ralford
To Work In Pecan National Farm-City Week wilt Sunday School: Road: 10:00: a. m.
County lyp be observed starting Friday. .
it ( 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship:
Nov 22, was announced by
I arrr 6:00: p. m C. A. Service; 7:00
Chairman Leaton Morgan Jr ot
Two young men from VISTA the Agricultural Stabilizationand p. m. Evangelistic*Services.
(America's domestic Peace Volume Conservation County Committee Wednesday: 7:30 p. m. MidWeek -
[Corps) arrived in Starke Mon wa ar Prayer Meeting.

day to serve one year In Clay, 4rsalraaF A
Urlon: Baker and Bradford ,8t oat The Chairman said that President n.>i-el I.tH.t Rnx-ndltur. AnilTlulaniru
Counties' ,!to LargeSome S Johnson ihas called onfarmers' For All Fund Of The
Itiuiril. of County ('omonl..lollt'rs,
Part of a special group with- organizations, business Bradford, County Vlnrlila:
in VISTA Calvert Crary of ( I groups and labor: unions, .civic: For The Fluent Year JonlIl1lFI..pl..mb.r /

Scarsdale, N. Y., and Ron Sageof 38.463 pounds of pecan--.--. '." ",a.. associations: women's clubs and ', :30 nrrrl liiAH|.t.
Freehold. N J., are law were sold at auction Thursday* --- All consumers to express public (:M Jr HALbYNCK, OTTORKTt t,
school graduates, have just Nov.. 7. at the Starke stateFa.inters appreciation of the strong in- 19(17( : FKOM ALL|1.(>03. :2 ..34KKCKIPTM

completed a six-week training k4i- Market by Manager Buys Fair Space ,terests shared 'by rural and ur- HOfRCKS U :!,Ud.03
session in Charleston, S. C.. and Bob Allen. ban, Americans. TTOP A IjAVAIUAUL.H ?,
are called Program Develop a RON SACS Prices ranged from a high of Mac Baldwin .:'.nd/tae...IJ.95B.473.3T.. '\
ment Planners or PDP's.About Center, said that he actually 55 cents a pound for Marian to owner el Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds which fa "The! Department of Agricul- BXIM':NI>ITI'IIKS1TKPOSKS FOR*949.e93.70 AM. I II I
40 persons were enroll hadn't planned on VISTA until a low of 16 osnts! for mixed America at the Bradford County Fair next ture has daily awareness of the M8II 11\I.\'CF:. SEPTKMmSRID
ed in the PDP school where the early part of the summer. va.rletiesAveraie( price was sprlnr. signs on the dotted line Wednesday right after pureba.lsg .- ,farmers' importance: ," he con- : HMIt 'M5 1.MJ.78I, ) .mS7
they were trained to work with He became interested in it 36 Hi! cents per psund.: the first five exhibit spaces! from Mr*. Lillian Pearson tinued, "and we think everyone TOTAL It l1/H
local Community Action Pro when he took courses. in poverty Quality of the offerings Is president of the Starke Business and Professional Women's Club should recognize! the farmers' I
grams and to analyze specific law. spotty Allen said with a wide which Is handling the sale 0''exhibit for '.contribution to our well-being." LEGAL FOaMS Bradford -
space the Fair Assocla-
needs of their work with local "Basically. I have a deep appreciation variation of grade factors. lion County" Telegraph' fh.;
Community Action Programsand CALVERTCRARY' of the problems that Good Stuart pecans brought 9846305.
to analyze specific .around 45 cents a pound and ---- ..
needs of
service. Each volunteer may the poor people around the
their areas, suggest specific take seven days of leave during country are- facing," Sage said. Curtis nuts brought 34-38 ,cents Patz Named s
projects for their areas, and appeal his year of service. "So I wanted to work toward the' market manager said. ) 4

to Washington for funds Why VISTA, The Telegraph solving some of these problems. Based on opening day offer- Pres.-Elect 0
for the projects. Ing and sales, Allen said a good .
asked Crary and Sage? Crary I realized I was' very fortunate .
VISTA (Volunteers In Ser who received' his Bachelors de- in being able to get an edu- season is indicated, with a much 01 Rotary 0o
vice To America) was one of gree! from University, of Michi- cation so I wanted to be able to larger 'volume of pecans available e
the major programs establishedby gan and his! I law degree from contribute something. this year and a good demand S Our Food Is
Ernie Patz, former
the Economie OpportunityAct Northwestern University, replied "Also, I believe poverty constitutes :
sold Thursday Is .of Florida State Com-
of 1964. Presently some 4- country's most The volume Telephone=
: "I'm "interested In our
000 volunteers are on the job, ate law but I began to thlnk-corpor- pressing problem and that VISTA six times the amount sold on ;j'pany in Starke was named
last year, when ,president-elect of the Starke Rotary i The Talk Of SS
working in cities, small towns what the heck am I going to do, and the Community Action opening day : -
only 5,750 pounds of nuts were Club in the annual election
and rural areas, migrant worker just Imprisoning myself in a Programs are the two agencies
auctioned: during the entire 1967 held Wednesday, Nov. 6. He will
camps and Indian Reservations that have most effective
Wall Street law office? So I proven
: institutions and. agencies wanted to get out and do some- dn working with these problems season, Allen said. cents a Jake! office! July 1. The Town. i
) Average price of 47 A change in by-laws
concerned with the mentally he concluded.The was approved -
handicapped and the Job Corps Ing."I wanted to do something two young lawyers (both pound on opening day last year'was but providing for staggered 0 .
higher than this year terms for directors, and the following -
members of bar .
Camps. for are the assoc-
my country. For Have
physical reflected a scarcity of nuts a delightful gab test with .
volunteers iation of their home states) were elected: for one-
represent a I .
reasons wasn't
acceptable to said.J. the family over a meal 1 i in
first have to find Allen terms Rev Bob Buroh savory .
variety of ages and backgrounds the Army and I couldn't ,serve a place to local year
There are no maxi in that way. I feel VISTA Is a live Then, working through and R. Walnwrlght former market pecan man.agel' and Carl Hurse; for two-year 8. cur warm and pleasant atmosphere.. Relax. take your time enjoy our
mum age limits! 'minimum is good thing in spite of the critic with CUBB (poverty agency for buyer in this terms Dr. A, J. Barry, Richard. fresh delectable dishes. .
18)) or special education and experience ism." Bradford Baker, Clay, and Union said the nut crop" He said Jockel and T. T. Long .

requirements for JoinIng Although he first commented Counties, they will begin large section seedlings is "spotty.are in good de- A talk on problems arising : \Ve pride oursel\'es on courtesy and excellent .s n i'c. .,

VISTA. However, those in -"Maybe I'll even stick with it getting acquainted with the peo- In from the current unrest among
prices .
ple and the That will be mand, and bring good youth, and how to with
the PDP group must have the (VISTA), sofarlfs been pretty area. for cope -
their first job because they comparison to! paid them, was given by Bert Lacey .
minimum of a college education interesting -, Crary does' not
want ID be labeled a "do-gcod- cannot suggest projects and budded Anticipated varieties.yield from the en- assistant basketball coach at : Try Our Delicious Buffet .
The volunteers receive basic er." He that write programs until they know Lake City Jurlor College. He
a : says h!s year with belt is .
the people and their specific tire pecan producing was Introduced by C. H, Nas- SERVED DAILY
living allowance to cover hour VISTA wiU be an Interesting about the same as last year
ing, food: clothing! and transportation experience :or him and that needs. Wainwright said, but more nuts worthy. : LUNCH DINNER :
Wm. Ralph Dlggs principal of HOT ENTREES
and approximately $75a when: his year Is up he'll prob- are available now in tills sec.
month for such Items as. ha'r-'! ably go to that Wall Street law BUS, was welcomed as a new BUFFET BUFFETS .
cuts, laundry and recreation.! office. tion.The member at this meeting Another TWO VEGETABLES
market will be open
In addition, $50 I h put aside for Sage, who Joined VISTA after STARKE FIRST UNITED METHODIST each Thursday pecan except for recent new member of 11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADS 5 9P'pMM to :

every month! of service' with the graduating from Rutgers and Thanksgiving: Day. .s> long us the club is Rev. DeWitt Farra- 2 P. M. .
total paid upon comoljtion", of Georgetown University Law Sunday Church: School, 9:45: the bupply of nuts 1abt.' bee, pastor of the First Method ROLLS HUTTER

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meeting in Lake Butler at 7:30: .,Antique! Fair and Sale will be the University of Florida .

I P. m. held Nov. 22.23, from 10 a.m. Shand Teaching Hospital .
Monday Hospital Auxiliary to 9 p.m. in the Gainesville Re. Dealers: from Alabama, Georgia : .l.L.
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a ;Stubborn Fire
J Destroys Huge

Oe Load Of Hay At Keystone Airport

WAINWRIGHT PRODUCE CO.]!t. Department.Some erwillegar Motors

A mammoth load of :hay ,
o 350 bales of hay, and
r from the Keystone Airport OJII )-
the trailer which they were
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|i I eration of'Handley & Martin, ofII being hauled, were destroyed by
Or 1la, alternately burned and
: STATE FARMER'S MARKET. <'I I 'smouldered. for five days beforeiIF the stubborn blaze
u The hay was being hauled

I. ....................j I by the the fire Keystone was finally Volunteer extinguished Fire'! from grassing. the job Airport, and the to a driver highway reported di # Hundreds Of

that he first saw the fire
In the rear view mirror after be
stopped at Johnson( CrossroadsIn
Putnam County for a bottled r T
drink. It Is believed that someone :

.set fire to the :hay while the "

4 truck was stopped, but Putnam Y'1f- h'/ '
County Deputy Johnny Town- //ill.
send, who investigated the Incident \ I
/ said thaf no arrest had 1o.j -
been made. ', to' ;.1
W? d3j Fire trucks from Johnson fl.
ti .... '
Oak Grove and Interlachenwere '"
called to the scene and the '" -

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MM 3t1 ;, the Keystone Airport, think. ..

? : :hay big that blazed the up fire again was, out.however. The ... .......

where before the volunteer reaching fire Keystone department li Nevis 68 FordsMustangsWagons 5 Yr. or 50,000Mile

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pk., When the truck and trailer Warranty
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et l : they were parked near the hay ...................... ............

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this time, :however, the entire
load of hay was destroyed or

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1't: Yoa alibouW. In be damaged another beyond fire incident repair., .

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believed to have caught the .
lIt t v, grass on fire. The Keystone :
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come peace officers. The other" -
47 taking the course shields were shattered Secrest nine weeks of on-the-Job training do. He and other recruits will
men are
Murder Trial on their own time simply to Improve waited for the troops to load at Fort McClellan. Ala. He be housed and training in new
themselves, although the 7B and safely evacuated them. was promoted to staff .sergeant air conditioned buildings and

new law does not require themto after completing OJT with very will undergo a busy scheduleof
: Of Sue Thomas take 'the( course if they are ? ? tww.r Airman Donald D. Falcon. high standing classes, military drill, and
already employed as peace officers eon of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Sgt. Wynn is at home on 30-( physical training.
Oglesby said w 1 McGee of Starke, has comple day leave before reporting to -
Enrollees Include men from" ted basic training at Lackland Fort Lewis Wash on December Cpl. Donald N. Griffla, of i
AFB. Texas and is now assign 2 for overseas replacement In promoted to his
/Is Under Way t the Bradford County Sheriff Starke, was
Department.' 'orlda Division of ed as a fuel specialist with a Vietnam. He is married to the present!' rank while serving with I
Corrections Florida Highway unit of the Tactical Air Command former Marie Blankenship, the 1st Marine Division! In South
1I at Luke AFB, Arizona. A
Patrol, the Green Cove Lawtey, A' Vietnam. His promotion was
(Continued from Page One) state prison: inmate charged Keystone Heights Orange Park h 1966 graduate of Bradford High based on time in service and
with escape, pleaded not guil School, Airman Falcon attend. appearance and
and Starke Police Department, r Tank military
Hutchinson, Curtis T. Lee, Hen ty'in Circuit Court. before: Judge!' plus the four civilians. 1" r ed Santa Fe Junior College in >t hs! knowledge of selected military

.ry Loper James H. Faulkner John() A. H. Murphree Monday: Every member of the Starke I St Gainesville before entering; the subjects
and Zane D. Brook alternate Nov. 11. His trial will be set Police Department is enrolled Air Force.
The trial of Mrs Thomas was at a later date. 'in the -
course except one man
scheduled to reconvene at 9:30: Five inmates cf the Stats Pit- PFC Sylvester Wllltams Jr., HELP NEEDED
approaching retirement.
a.m. THrusday! third day In ton pleaded guilty to chnl'g Instructor for the course Is Honor Officers von of Mrs. Ethel B. Williams 1 WITH GIRL SCOUTS
the Fall Term of Circuit before Juries Muc-pVires in open- Society of Starke, has been assignedto
Rupert Ziegler retired from the I
court: Presiding! at Mrs. Thom ping day action Monday mo.nins.;! the 198th Infantry Brigade. Anyone Interested in assisting
as' .trial Is Judge James L.Adkln9. Each was sentenced ti an additional : : Federal Bureau of Investigationand Newly elected officers of the National Honor Society area American Division near Chu with Girl Scouts is asked I
Jr. year !in prison. the Gainesville Police Department President Bruce Haddork. Vice President Billy Hugging, Secre Lai, Vietnam, as a rifleman. to contact Mrs Duane Dykes
Sections of the course
Mrs. Thomas Indicted by Johnny Edward tary Phyllis Menj, Treasurer at "' -5591.
was The men were: will also: be taught by membersof Madron Duck, Reporter Jimmy
n grand Jury last May and Sloan, David Henry Davis! the Police Standards Council Yawn. The sponsor In Drllu; Rosenberg and co-sponsors are I
was" scheduled for trial on Jr.. Warren Alfonso Funchss: Mrs. Evelyn Ilaney, and : I
the FBI. Red Cross, and County Mrs Thelma Thornton.
June 5. A postponement was William T. Watts, and James Judge T. A. Yawn will teach a axY The a
ranted end the new date set Kirk. They were ispresented
t one section on Juvenile proce-
on Oct. Jf!.. The defendant has by Public Defender: R. A. GreenJr '
dun!, according t to: Dir. Optlesby ..
.T.T.T..T.TYYT.Y T School Lt. McComb was commissioned SSAnscomatic
been free under l",00t:; > bond Prosecution was handled by

since' June 28. __ State Attorney Mack Futc upon graduation
Three other trials are"schedal- Upon motion by Puct'.i.: thecourt Timber SuitHearing NEWS\ ABOUT from the U. .g< Air Force Academy Airman Tasco W. Gunter., 726
ed for the fall tsrm of Circuit dropped charge againstthe in 1967, where he also son of Mr. and Mrs. David Gunter
received his B. S. degree. of Route 2, Starke, has com
Court, the dates to ts set later. following: Held
Marvin Earl Harris frmerBradford Virgil Kincaid forgery; WilLiam Hb wife Sara is the daughter pleted basic training at .Lack InstantLoading-
man who: had: ben H Yon forgery; Harry SERVICE MEN of Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. land AFB, Texas He has been

working in"Duval County will Mcintosh, worthless check; San. (Continued on Page Six) Coleman of Valdosta Ga. assigned to the Air Force Tech.
be tried for assault with intent dy 'Miller:, two cunts of grand .AA WAW1aALaaa1t xY nical Training Center at Chan-
as Container still does in its appeals .6 ute AFB El. for specialized
to rape and crime nature larceny; James Kirk, larceny ofa Camera
against a 14-year-old:! Jack. truck. that timberland should be s Robert L. Cooper, son of Mr.and i ) schooling in the aircraft equipment -

sonvllle youth last Dec. 7, Harris On the: cases against Sandy valued on a capitalization: of Mrs. C. L. Cooper of. maintenance field.
was also charged:! with kid Miller, Flitch:' explained that net Income method which would Route 2, Starke has been promoted ir / / i
place the assessments around I to technical sergeant in ." ... '1
napping in Djval Ccunty after federal: authorities are prosecuting : Seaman Recruit W. New-some.
i Air Force. A l
the U. S. com
> transporting the gill to Brad .jn other cases. $43 per acre. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. ErnieW.
"' ford County where the former'' The following! defendantswere Judge Murphree ruled In favor puter maintenance Airman Daniel F. Rhoden, Newsome of Route 1,
i Hunter AFB, Miss.. Sgt focril
offenses took place not in custody and were of the county and the DIstrictCOUt.t son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence! Starke, has reported for train
is assigned to unit of
Last May 13. Harris pleadednot placed on the absent23 docket: of.ppeals last month \ Cooper a F. Rhoden of Starke has com- ing at the Navy's newest Recruit
guilty by reason of insanity F. C. Atkinson Jr.? forgery and upheld the Circuit Court decision the Aerospace Defense Com pleted basic training at Lack. Training Center in Orlan-
to the two Bradford Charges, wsithless: : check; Leo DeSue Jr., although the district court t 4t a mand. He Is a graduate of land AFB Texas and is now -----'-. ...- ..
but Dr. T. G. Ritch and Dr. A. Henry Berry Jr., and Robert C. Issued the certificate of great BHS and attended Worthington. assigned as an administrative
J, Barry, two Stark physicians: Sylvester, all for withholding: public Interest whIch! allows the I Minn. State College and Armstrong specialist: with a unit of the RJI"
appointed to examine the defendant support. state Supreme Court to review I State College in Savan Tactical Air Command at Nel

found Harris sane. the case'!! If It so decides.In g. ,f nah, Ga. lis AFB. Nevada. H'.Is a 1968
Fred Carlton Turner of Jack. EnrolledFor the hearing Monday, held I graduate of Bradford High The"Automatic"
sonvllle. charged with grand 57 in the county courtroom but PFC Wayne C. Hardee, son fo School. :

larceny in the theft: of six radios with only Judge Murphree'!! and f. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee of
from Gay's Koms Appliancesin Lawmen'sNew Yawn present, Yawn asked for Route 1, Lawtey is :serving Pvt. Lawrence MosTey 19.

Starke last June 3, is also the summary judgement in the with the 1st Marine Division in son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mos-

schedule far trial this term 01 TrainingContinued '68 case on the basis that the ft., "", : ,d.:;",11 South Vietnam. As a member ley of Route 2, Starke, recently ,11 for the
legality of the assessments has of the division, he helps cap
court. He will bs defended by I completed nine weeks of advan-
Attorney Slgsbeu Scruggs .of Page Six) been established in court: 1" ,,",'[;, ;. '. ture and destroy enemy forces, ced Infantry training at Fo' :
Gainesville ( on through the 1963 decision. !(. supported by Marine air units. Polk, La. His last week of :1 experiencedphotographer

Alphonzo V. Harper, after certificates from both the 'lo.. training was spent In gue ilia '-\
pleading guilty in the sam tech center and the Police 2nd Lt; Jack F. McComb. son Army Chief Warrant Officer warfare exercises, wher he
case!' with Turner, was sentens.: Standards Council. t of Mr, and Mrs. Jack McCombof Raymond R. Secrest son of lived under simulated Vietnam

ed to 18 months in the State Four of the 51 enrollees are Starke, has been awarded U. Mrs. William Lightfoot of Fort conditions for five da s. He -/1 Drop-in loading and flashcube
Prison: at Raiford on Oct. 16. not presently employed as law tnf S. Air Force silver pilot wings Lauderdale and grandson of was taught methods of removing convenience shutter
Warren Elw-ood Fortes! a enforcement officers, but have >> upon graduation at Moody Air Mrs. Willie Reddish, of Lawtey booby traps, setting ambushes -F speeds from 1/30 to 1/500,
signed Jetters. of Intent to be. JJeH Force recently received the Silver and
Base Georgia avoiding enemy
-.---.;;.. and is Star for heroism in aerial! flight plus B, CdS automatic or man
now being assigned to Nellis attacks. ually set openings from f/2.8
"Nothing gets a group of AFB, Nevada for flying duty against Vietcong forces. to t/22, built-in rangefinder,
Secrest awarded the
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,Democrats; -- Take Warning' Noa'1 Sir: Uons Starke has for tourists;

I always thought It was illegal let me tell you this one. A mo-

o drive faster than conditions torist stopped at the Kentucky
Democrats" have been
"Jfairweather t few years its Democratic Committee
warranted. The reverse seemsto Fried Chicken place one day
taken to task and justifiably so, for has provided loyal aggressive leader-
be true as far as U. S. 301 last week and was telling why
their 'apathy and inaction" in the recent -;i, :ship the membership even foregoingthe is: concerned from Starke southto he had stopped In this little

Presidential campaign, which traditional fees for attending meet- the county line. town.

doubtless cost Vice President Hubert ings, in order. to spend their money.. If the same holds true for As he was passing H. H. Hous

Humphrey Florida's fourteen electoral where it was needed most to pro- 301 north of Waldo we can ex- ton's Gulf Station on the cornerof
pect some more re-surfacing of Temple Avenue and Road 16,
votes. mote the party candidates from top to
( '/O one of the best and newest four he saw two of the biggest men
The outspoken critic was Maurice bottom. This they waged an active
)lane roads In the State, so that lie had ever seen. After driving
Ferre, prominent Miami developer anda campaign of newspaper radio, and direct motorists can drive even faster a block further down the street,

leader in Humphrey's Florida campaign mail advertising, and Mr. Humphrey t than conditions warrant he turned his automobile

By deserting: the Democratic ran a strong second in the county / after the recent 12-car wreck around to get a better look at

standard bearer, Mr. Ferre says, these not third, as some had predicted.But 1OtO dn that location.At the two. He traded $5 with! them

"Fairweather Democrats" have "sowed the County Committees, no mat ( the same time S. R. 16 trying to decide which was the

the seeds of their own possible destruc ter how active, can wage the fight ( east of Starke to the county biggest.
line is getting in a worse state Mr. Harry says a lot of mo
tion" in coming elections. alone. There should be more active in- of disrepair while according to torist ask him this! question,

If the six Cabinet members had terest and support on the part of those $ newspaper reports, money: was, and if the younger Is his son.

stumped the State fcr the Democratic who stand to benefit most from the appropriated over a year ago to If they are local people he tells

ticket, Mr. Ferre believes Vice Presi- Democratic party whose actual meal 0 1J// # buy the,! necessary right-of-way them but If not ,he lets them

dent Humphrey could easily have won ticket depends upon it. i for repairing same. Now what wonder if Walter i is his son

Florida's 14 electoral votes. Mr. Ferguson makes this dire pre- 1t/ (has became: of the money and Sincerely
"most of the diction ll !( when can we expect the repairsto .A Subscriber
Instead, he charges, : one of these morningsthe
leader in Tallahassee were predicting Democrats will wake up and read begin all Interested ;Dear Mr": Matthews:
Perhaps persons We would like to thank
privately, and some publicly, that the sad, news GOP WINS THE \ should encourage anyone thlnkI for I, the publicity you gave us

George Wallace would carry the state." COURTHOUSE They better not think \ Ing of driving faster than conditions \I during our recent Halloween

"The real losers in this election," that it cannot happen that's what, warrant to use S. R. 16 ,Carnival.

said Ferre, a Miami city commissionerand Orange, Lake, Brevard, and some other / / east In the hope that it will We would also like to take

former legislator, "are statewide counties we can name thought some create more accidents and |I this opportunity to thank our
therefore at least get the road parents Mr. George Hugglns
officeholders who sometimes, when the time ago."Another. I
Mr resurfaced. and all friends .who helped to
sun is shining, parade under the Demo- lesson the Democrats must' Please don't have any fears make It such a success

cratic banner. The clouds lowered on learn id i that they are members of a about suggesting this to friends It Is wonderful to know that

the Democratic landscape in Florida, party, and that as such, if they hopeto and relatives.- After all, there is ]In' this time of turmoil we still

and rumblings of Chicago and Mont stay in power, they have to work for t+-raobwlP( o a lot .less danger of anyone ;have peaple who will supportour

gomery, Ala. scared the summ soldiers that party. This very item put Claude getting seriously hurt when children and school func
traveling only 20 m. p. h. than |tions. These help
retirement people truly
of Florida into part-time
Kirk in the state capital as Governortwo .
-- speeds exceeding: 75 m p, h.Sincerely. I make\ this! country a great country
until the storm blew over. and it Richard Nix
years ago, put | to which to live
While Mr. Ferre was speaking on the on in the White House last Tuesday. FARMER'Slast DIARYmade R. C. Dampier .Sincerely yours

State level, the same warning was issued "Had.the state Democratic party ma- any money and most of' Alma M. Norman Sec'y.

on the county level in a Sunday chinery been oiled and operating, and weekend we had rain J them broke even or lost), while Dear Gene: Lawtey Elementary

column by Paul Ferguson, Times-Union the county machinery throughout the followed by more rain and as the income< from poultry out i T.hiw talk about the attr.ac-: School PTA

correspondent in Marion County. state working, the result would probably a result all the outside chores more reliable and Is spread FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM

In remarking that the Democrats had have been different. And, as an that Sam had planned on doing: over the entire. .year.

better get active on a year-around basis never got done. We are still
interesting item for some Sunday morn-
This Is not to that there
if they hope to remain the party in moving plants into the garden \say alto-'
ing speculation, perhaps if this same isn't a lot of berries planted
that's job :that has
room, and a I
in the face of well organized
power, machinery was really eftective, the national to be done before old Jack this season for you can see big i

militant Republican organization, Fer- party would be more receptiveto (a Frost comes sneaking in with A fields of them set out all over

guson notes that the election broughtout the ideas and the desires of the his cold hands and Icy breath. the county. But the change we top i c S !'I"1j,1By

some 5,500 hard-core Republicanvotes South. And the way the weather has see Is that whereas years agoa

in Marion County although only "If the Democrats hope to remainin been acting, that could be any farmer could set out a field of
By Sam McGarvey>f berries with a moderate Invest- PAUL C. FORAKER
half that number are actually registered day now.
power in the courthouse, they haveto "" ment in fertilizer and plants
in" the GOP.Bradford with Editor. Information Services
good prices.. In Comparison
become organized can't and some labor costs today it
you reorganize ,-
Let's hope that the weatherds I ,
hag shown similar %- those paid for nuts from trees
County a takes lot of for fumigation -
trend in national elections over the somethinqthat isn't organized better this Saturday, when at of the budded varieties. We saw money Everybody likes to talk about from night before; and work for the party, not support 5:30: at the fairgrounds: the one batch of seedlings sell for ( materials plastic mulching progress nowadays. But let's drinking pattern in an effortto

past decade or mere, with thousands! of Republicans and/or independents as' 2nd annual Calf Scramble and 36'i!' cents a pound and that and perhaps Irrigation in face it-Progress can be either drink without 111 effects: (Cd)
addtlon to
votes being cast each year for the Republican did some Democratic county official Horse Show will get underway. was fairly close to what was the risk is other still there expenses.that And the good or bad, depending on whatIs Anti-social behavior or in some

Presidential nominee (though last ,week." From what we hear, everything paid for Curtis or Stuart. involved. cases withdrawal by solo drink.
weather be bad
this year most of these went for the That's Is lined up for the event and Speaking of seedlings, many may or the No one, for example likes ing; (e) Loss of friends and
pretty plain talk from Mr. market fall off with a resultingloss.
the prediction is that there will what one university professorhas curtailment of all social
third party man), while figures show people around hare: prefer them, severe
Ferre 'and Mr. Ferguson, but its truth be a record turnout. AdmissionIs labeled "The Alcoholiq Profession life not associated with drinking -
only 16]. Republicans and 24 Independents as they are supposed to have a, .
books. 'and logic 'carinot..be. denied. The Demo- free, so come on out'and sea better flavor'n' 'Do -t10J; .now'" '' Thank4-- ," But--like it or' not it : (f) Loss of first t Job or Quitting .....
on registration but is happening daily to several avoid It ( )
to losing
cratic apathY, all up and down the line, Bradford County's young cow. job ; g
Although this Crossover group still was especially noted in this newspaperoffice punchers wrestle with registeredbut From what growers tell us, giving Day and Christmas are .million Americans who are on Loss of health some hospitalization -
votes for the Democratic nominees on balky calves. off coming up fast and will be the road to alcoholism. some medical care at
Is to
the county level, who knows what they where every mail brought floods S r the strawberry crop here almost before we know it. Dr. William Willman\ of Wash. home
start although someof
fairly good ,
of Republican material' editorial Thanksgiving is! only) two weeks ington State University, who 6. Chronic alcoholism (term-
would do if a county office was sought. There was a big sale at the plants are not responding
who news, advertising from State and first pecan auction market of the weather off and while the appetite of several years ago compiled a inal illness), including benders
by a mediocre Democrat suddenlyhad too well However,
National);) Republican people will rise sharply in the "Time-Ordered Symptomatologyof regular morning drinking trem-
attractive sources but not the season last Thursday, when last weekend was good for berries "
aggressive, Republican coming days we can Imagine 554 Male Alcoholics, offers and shakes possible delir-
the first piece of the volume of 36,000 pounds of ors
unsolicited! material at this time of the
? It is happening in neigh- that lot of of f characteristics which
opposition total sold a turkeys will lose this list ( ium tremens or convulsions in
nuts the
In approached
support of the National thrive cool rainy
ticket plants on
was theirs alcoholic progression:
boring counties, and it could happen up withdrawal unreasonable re
all of the last
here. received from the State or National year. Prices were season good eventhoulI'h spells. 1. Takes first drink (usually sentment final collapse of alibi

Democratic headquarters. Most certainly the word has before age 21)) system, and eventually either
In the apathy of some county they were not as high as
scoring One of the changes we've noticed
As a parting shot Mr. Ferre adds : gone out in the woods and the 2. First gets drunk (ordinarilyby seeking and gaining help and
then last
last but season
"We year,
; committees, Ferguson says: ( around the county Li! that wild 21)) continued drinking
turkeys doubt age
"Some no have Issued recovery-or
have been watching the (Marion) coun- day, Florida's Democratic Party practically no one had any pecans tome of the berry growers have survival kits and are now 3. Pre-alcoholism stage, mean with death at age 52. (This stage

ty committee structure for the past ten may ]have men who will stand up for so naturally the prices abandoned that crop in favor of \stepping around very lightly. ing avid drinking, chain reaction occurs from late 30's on)

years, and"in spite of that heavy Dem- principles courageously, idealistic- were high raising poultry. The reason for Come to think of It, we would drinking (expected onset between Most alcoholics: run very much
the change, we're told ts thats'etuI.ns If ages 21 and 29). schedule but there are al
too. faced the on
ocratic registration in the all it ally."The we prospect ofa
At the market. J. R.
from berries
vary a Prodromal stage rule.A .
bells of change have been toll hot oven and the sharp teeth. ways exceptions every
would take is a well-organized Repub- : observed that large great deal (as they did last of a bunch of blackouts or loss of memory of few alcoholics for example,

lican group, with a good-looking, popu- ing their message since 1966. We can seedlings were bringing very year wjien: onlyj.few grojverjL,. on Thanksgiving hungry Day youngsters drinking episode (In early 30's have been known to remain in

lar, qualified, and successful Republican no longer ignore the obvious message.I as a rule). Results in gulping the pre-alcoholic stage for 40
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to seek a courthouse(: office, and the only hope that now those entrusted flour, 1 tablespoon butter mar- large drinks 1 and sneaking years, while others have become

Democrats would be in for a real bat- bv the people with positions of leadership r garine, or drippings three- drinks; hangovers become more chronic alcoholics almost immediately

tle." will listen to the message of need- _T it's a woman's fourths cup tomatoes (cookedor severe and tend to be chronic. after starting to drink.If .

In this respect Bradford is ed change, and at last stand up for the canned) ; one-third cup 5. Crucial of stage drinking, which control begins, you have further questions.
County loss
:,J green pepper (shredded), Hi with about alcoholism or if you desire
more, fortunate than many. In the last party. iffm cups milk. I compulsive drinking, or the Inability literature or pamphlets on
"If they don't OTHERS WILL." not take the first
Boll beans 2 minutes, remove to the subject, just write FARP'sInformation
drink (most often between ages Services Box 1147
1 from heat soak 1 hour. and
33 and 38)). There are seven Avon Park. Fla., 33825.
then cook. Add salt. Boll, cov-
characteristics of this stage: FARP stands
By Martha Sue McCain ered, until almost done about 1 Remember
I Vice-President/ (la) Development of an alibi for Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation
CourageEach Extension hour. Add potato and onion:
County rationalization (b)
system or ; Program. It's an agency of
cook 30 minutes more. Mix
.. Home Economics Agent bean First morning( drink to recover the State of Florida!IJ
flour with the fat. Stir into
Add tomatoes and v -- ,
mixture. --
American matter his e
no political odds which Americans particularly
re Cook low
pepper. over
party, no matter his vote on November spect. It showed that, even though he, BLANKETS FOR A WARMER eludes the control: -If the blan heat green 10 minutes stirring conatant1y *

5, can and should be proud of did not win the White House, the Dem- YOU ket should become defective, until thickened then occasionally

Vice-President Hubert Humphrey. Mr. ocrats at Chicago chose a man of whom Blanket weather Is just a note whether you have a choiceof either to avoid scorching.Stir .

Humphrey's campaign for the presi: they have every right to be proud. frostbite away. the replacing blanket: or or repairing controls. Look in the milk. Heat to serving j ./' gg
dency was fought against Today's blankets come In temperature.
great odds Mr.
Humphrey promised two things for the Under-wrlter LaboratorySeal :
with fibers and blends but Makes 6 servings, three
at the beginning almost many
more in his
concession speech. One was to of Approval on an electric
their is still fourths each.
purpose cup
than help from his own continue blanket-it that the Indi
party. his means
long fight on behalf of
to supply warmth. To do this Calories per serving about
Yet he girt his loins: overcame his own mankind. The second was to supportthe they should have a dense thick vidual parts and the finished

sense'of! discouragement and went on incoming president in the latter's nap and a firm weave. The blanket have been tested to 175.Serve with apple and celery'

to create, if not a victory wave, at immensely hard task. These are two nap traps air and insulates just meet safety requirements.! salad; have baked custard for
When buying blanket '
least n tide of rising support. roles for.which Mr. Humphrey's as Insulation on a house holdsIn dessert. ,
enthusiasm -, note the care instructions. Most '
In his own gracious comments to- dedication and experienceadmit.&bly heat. blankets can be washed In an 'Widows --.- Lets Go
You'll find blankets with Receiving
wards Mr.
fit him. His are a talent automatic washing machineand -

Nixon did right to emphasize his op- and a courage which must not be let many acrylic! fiber and wool blends fibers; however have the, dried in a dryer but check VA Benefits Are ... rt +cR

ponent's courage. It was the kind of lie fallow. best nap. Synthetic fibers should the label. Plastic Insulation on. Being QuizzedThe .;." ....-.
electric blankets be (injured
doughtiness in adversity and against Christian Science Monitor (have anti-static finishes Moth- if they are dry may-cleaned or JJY Lynn Hamilton! of Southern Marine
repellant finishes are desirablefor Veterans Administration,
stored with moth flakes or cry-
all wool blankets. !has started. test
stals. PROTECT BOAT BOTTOM reduce the threat of marine growth"*,
., Acrylic! or nylon blankets are Blanket sizes unlike those of it will determine FROM MARINE FOULING it'* Mill important. In heck the 1 boat
[ less likely to shrink than do whether or not certain widowsare 1 Ixitlniii periodically If you pull your
The Bradford County rayon, cotton or wool. Nylon rheets are not standardized. receiving the! proceeds: : of Unless. you take a few simple (Lout out of the water after it's used.,
You'll need to add 26 to 28 Inches
..__ bindings will, of course, give their VA check. maintenance steps, marine growing. take time to wash off the 1 bottom
to the total mattress meas- and.l affect the
TELEGRAPH scum can seriously with fresh water. A few minute* of
extra wear to any blanket. It is important that all wi
7tm urements to allow "tuck-in" on performance of your rig. Studies. fare each time will nave you from
Rayon blankets are more dows receiving VA benefits be .
have shown that excessive buildup
ESTABLISHED both sides. How much lengthwise an pending an afternoon w rubbing and
1879 flammable than other fibers aware of this test because the
siI/l tuck-in you want will depend can cut boat speedM a* much aft scraping later on.
therefore, be !Sure that the blanket upon your preference. outcome may Involve stoppage 30 per cent, gay the" Evinrude New H you moor your hoot I In Halt wa
"'\ -- $ has a Rame-retardant finish BEAN CHOWDER of payment to some, it was :said.A Service. ter, a little ailvance. planning ran b.
ewaa .... ::11- If it contains more than 50 per form letter has been developed Boots wed.l in sail water are "especially important. It's .. that even
4'11.Bill./ cent rayon. Blankets made with Nutritious and Delicious. and will be sent to the vulnerable, lint even freshwater a slight current will I cut down on

F LO R I A E S S I will not leave you com, reused (old) fibers; don't give developed This bean and chowder tested recipe by food was wIdow. involved. It Is to be returned against; skippers)'...um and must dirt.take safeguards Depending. should the rate 1 he of taken marine into growths.consideration This

fortless.-(John 14:18)). satisfactory warmth launderingease specialists with USDA's Agricultural to the field station with upon what part of the country you'rein when you pick your permanent
t nor we'ar."Thermal" the wldow's'algnatore.: Upon receipt this maintenance' work can take
feel any sense of de- Research Service. It'* mooring site. Most suit water boatmen
ASpression blankets, are satisfactory ,- the signature will be a few minute* or a couple of hour find that three cleaning session
] while both
especially thrifty
should now
or sorrow, we
for a !light weight compared with a known signature Every boat used or moored in saltwater each year .. their boat in
realize that the joy of Spirit summer blanket or for use with potatoes and dry split beans are of the wldqw in the VA should receive a protective good.1 shape Schedule them for the
is always with The of plentiful and all dry beans are cat of antl-fouling paint. This includes
us. joy another blanket for cooler file If the returned signature 'beginning, middle and end of theseawn.
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher the Lord is well.sprlngwithfn in bountiful supply. In a pretty fiberglass and aluminum .a
weather. Is determined to be valid the
boats. well wooden hull..
tureen you can proudly serve as a* These Scum and dirt the fresh
Published each Thursday and us; all of God's joy is in our Shopping for an electric blanket form letter are water
entered a* Second, this chowder to family and will be filed and the special paint contain poison* chemically boatmen' biggest" worries.;", Although
ClaM Matter at the Post Office at starke Fldrlda heart waiting to come forth ? For quality, note the guests. check will continue. If the sign designed to kill marine an antifouling paint isn't necessary

under Act of March 3rd, '1879. into fullness of expression. length of time In the guarantee Three-fourths cup dry pea ature of the form letter is growths.: Some ami-fouling paints you should follow the maintenance
The happiness of God's presence -& blanket guaranteed for five beans. determined not to have better result than others In routine followed by salt water skippert. -{
water I1,4 teaspoon
Subscription In trade areas 1 year, $4.50; Outside removes all darkness or years should be a better quality salt three-fourths be''that of the widow further certain areas. That' why it's smartto If you trailer your rig, wash ti
cup potato ask marine for
than one guaranteed fenonly a Investigation your dealer some off the bottom after each use. Moored ,
will be made by
trade 'it.oo .
area: 1 year ... discouragement. ''diced); one-half cup on- help. boats should be scrubbed down at
year. Be sure the guarantee In field
4 ion (chopped), m teaspoons examination.correspondence or by VA Although !these paints substantially least. three times each season. r

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serial: number. lu1iM 'h... ,.
Identified by a -ri: "
Owners Told HoW .
If a firearm or device does not .
To Register have a serial number, the owner
should phone visit or write

Cerain Firearm the nearest IRS Alcohol it To- i I An: investment in Your Future

bacco Tax office and a number ,
Detailed Procedures for realsterlng will be assigned. After obtaining ,

ahotguiu machine, awed-off guns rifles, sawed-ott silent the: number for affixing the owner It to Is the reponjlble ( I 'if liD }! IJD I' .

cers.and other deactlviated destructive war trophies devices pleting firearm the or device registration before form.com- .ootAt.,ij liV INII 1I1'11 I :::2L.) 1

O'Donnell.were announced Jr.. district today by directorof A. J. obtained Additional by Information contacting the may nearest be, 4 M. u n \ l I

Internal Revenue for Florida. Alcohol & Tobacco Tax or J 1!.,_....... '" .;. ...,. ,,___,.."" .....",.......:"""' ",,,"' ,"',",m._._ __"""_" """"m"" """"",,',,"""''''''''',,'''''',,,,'',','''''''''''__ .M a
The Oun Control Act of 1968 other IRS office. ; I _' _'.""""" .__L '" ".,,". "".""""_ .

requires of this that type weapons must be and registered devices Issac Hensley CALVARY School HAPTISTSunday 10 a.'m. Moraine -CHtiRCH.HX3LBRONN.HIGHWAY BAPTIST U N. r' m't t

Internal Revenue .
Service with by the December I, 1968. Services Held Worship. 11 a. 'm. Training Sunday: (School 9:49: a. m, I'
.Worship. 11. Tr'aI.11m8VDI
.''-' :Evening fierce. Momma
of Ol1. 6:30: ( 1) m.
O'Donnell said that copies; "
registration form 4467 are avail. At Crosby LakeIsaac : "::30.( ,Prayer :Meeting Wednesday : n. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser .
7:30: p: m-Ker.. B. H. : :;;' ( I
able at Alcohol b Tobacco Tax Hensley 43, died Tues Ser-vice.
: :
and other IRS offices. day. Nov. 3, in Bradford County Butler, pastor Howe Pastor
-Rev. L. Tommy
The forms are prepared In hospital after an extended DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCHBROOKBR t I J tiaJ( J e-u ;1II
three copies two of Illness. He was born In West GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH ,

should be mailed to the Direc' Virginia on Sept. 25. 1925 and School 10 a. m. MornIng Sunday School: 10 a. m. Morn.
tor. Alcohol & Tax Division In-i I had lived In the Starke area I Worship. 11 a. m. Training tog Worship 11 a. m. and 7.p.
ington.ternal Revenue D. C. 20024.Service The third about 15 years He was a memo Union 6:30: ( p. m. Eventog (Ben. sn..-1tev. .Leland A. Baker,pa*. t yr ;1 L One of the great joys that children
ber of the First Baptist Church. tor. t
Lacy Conwajr
copy may be kept by the owner Surviving is his mother Mrs. Nice 730} <-ORev. Thursday-Visitation. 10 a. m. have Is In telling a secret. This U .
of the firearm or destructive Nora Hensley and two brothers. pastor. .
and 7 p. m. ,
a that secrets have of becoming -
device. Robert and John, all of Acco- BAPTIST i. r i+ one way
Firearms or destructive devices vllle. W. Va.Orave3lde NORTIISIDE CHURCH NEW RIVER! BAPTIST. ) known. .
should not be brought to : funeral services 'Sunday School. 10.a. m. MornIng -
an IRS office to be registered were held at 10 a.m. Friday in, Located oa at Bayleu RalforellRoa.c Htohwaj"(8R Worship.' 11 a. m..Training ':" However IT IS NO
O' Donnell said. Crosby Lake Cemetery with ( 225 Union 7 >>. m. Evening :Warship ',
(SR 1ft). r x" SECRET what God
all t
Under the law firearms Wednesday night ser. -
new Rev. W. A. Hogan and Rev. E. Services: Sunday SchoOl 1a. 8 p m. b 4
and destructive devices L. Grlffls officiating. deWitt C. Morning Worship Vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome e can do for you. This
requiring registration: must__be Jones Funeral Home was in m.; Sunday -.Z. L.Parker pastor. I
(111 a. m.: Trailing' Union 6:30: 4 was never intended to be
charge of arrengemente.4To !p. m.; Evening !Service. >::3O; CHURCH OF CHRIST t
Service. Wed secret for God wants
Midweek Prayer a
Sunday: : Bible' study 10 m.I
neaday 1:3O-4\ev: Glenn. Law Morning.Worship and Communion k all to know the !rood'' ,
hon, pastor Service 11 *. m. Evening: : .4 4.
services 6:00.: t a new*. ,
BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Worship Isaiah said: 'T"" Lord

Sunday School. 10 a.m.; MornIng p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. ,, "p hath anointed mt tit ,

Worship Service. 11 a. m.$; NORTHSIDE' BAPTIST : ,
Training. Union 6:30: p. m.; Eve: CHURCH preaeh good tiding.

nln Prayer* Worship.Meeting) 7:30: p.We'dnesday.m. Schedule of services' : Sunday t r j ...to proclaim the ,
School. 0:45:. a. m. Morning Wor q' i
7:30: nit:: O. A. Meeting Wedinegday. u ,
p. ship. 10:45): a. m. Training( Union acceptable near 01.
7:30: p. m.:; Choir Re. Evening Service. y i;
:hearsal. Wednesday. 7:30: p. m.: 6:45: p. m. Service d g / the Lord."
Midweek Prayer
7:45.: ,
Brotherhood meeting last Monday -
In each: month. Rev. David. (Wednesday. 7:45: p. m. "o ; 1 Attend church regu t

:Medelros,pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday larly and hear God's

School 9:45 a. in. ,
word preached.
Morning. Worship,\11 a. m.Youth t
422 N. St. Clair, St., (IStarke.flunday. Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Practice A'1ma
School 10 a. m. Worship
Wednesday 8 p. m.
!Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Rev. Robert D. Burch A
m..Prayer Meeting! Friday 7:30: \ ]l
Chester J. Bhouppe.pastor. Oiunh It God's oppoim.d.gecy. to Hill world lot ipindinf.kneolidge el His Ion y.lN r f
RAIFORD 'lot man end el'His dtmend hi mm le mpond le that ...by being hit mlgtiber Withe! ;
Schedule of services: Sunday this pounding In 'thi ten el, Cod, no govunm.nl, .' er wit If er my el Ille "ill lint :; 9.
HOPE BAPTIST. CHURCH School 10 .*. m. Worship 11 a. po,...... and the'haodomo.hkh.a held le d.., will, ri..ilokly piflih.' Ititielore,no :. : f
(Highway 100 at Theresaa) m. and 7:30: ( p. m. Training Union hem I a wlflili point' el'via' out should mpport Hit huiih ler, thi wkt el the mllere !:J
Sunday School-10 a. m. 6:30: ;p. m.-ReV. Jack el, hlmitll' end his 'family. Ityend that', hmtw, enry .eerten iheuM uphold end e.-
Morning Worship.-11 a. m. .Etolte, ,pastor. tklpoli In the Dumb btrauie It Kill the. truth about'mans'h,den' end. dtiliny, the '" ,: ....
insure Training Unlon>>-:B:30: p. m. r troth.hkh elene will, wt him I Ire,te Un as a thud, el,Gad. WI nt \\ t
Evening Worship*-7:15: p. m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST. c.r._.A<.. ......
Sunday \ISchxl..10.. m. Mom- .
Services "
Night Prayer '- "
Wednesday t : : : ,
domestictranquility ;7:30( p. m. Rev Merle' lug Worship 11 a. m. PreBernrlcea _. t
Fackham. pastor (Booster Band
people. and Prayer Service), 6

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ;p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m.
OF STARKE Midweek Service Wednesday !t
.I t
West Weldon St. and Raiford 7:30.P.: m. E. B. Bowers. D. D..

Road 'pastor.
Sunday'' School; 10:00"a.: m, ,

11:00: a. m. Morning: Worship: GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH ii..l
boo: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: STARKE

a '1". m. Evangelistic Services. Sunday School.' 10 a. m. MornIng i :
asttt at' k'Caytco Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. :Mid. Worship 11. Training: UnIon I FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE66"
1.kbo !Week Prayer. : Meeting 6 p. m. Evening Worship, ,

,,e.'I.. Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. !17. Wednesday Prayer Service, SERVICECarl SERVICE
\ \\tbo "e GULF SERVICE
'(redbaa- \ucl o+0 Jsa :'7:30.: -Rev. Virgil Lovett pas- j
'I 0 Prgn GOD Hurst Phone 964.6111 Edwards Ph. 94-7231
"etcatP, \,\\te\\y'bJJk CHURII OF tor. 1 U-HAUL RENTALS BiD t

tta'.itga 1 .e"oo: e pot t9aeJ 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. SMYRNA MISSIONARYBATISt1' Tire Tra-lng
'" ,'l.e 1> Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor CHURCH
rtaa rg o: 1\\11.1.\ab\J hea4P ship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sun- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday service O Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting
1> .... e day. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. *: Sunday School 10 .*. m.
'I.\' Complete. Lubrication Brake Service
\\ tveagewen \a5a Training
;Frlday.-Rev. Chester J. Shoup. Preaching: U a. m.
"\b1V4ojcagtet: yo:tandtctrtc pastor. Union 5:45: ; m. Evening Wor-
y 00'1. oe. p. I I Minor Tune-Ups ..._w .. Wheel Balance and
1. ", \\ ship; 7 p. m. Everyone --
a \\1 e'I.\ MADISON: STREET -Elder A.Q. Flynn, pastor
\ aasl Oy 1 Alignment

as'\.eba\acte.ab\V 1,(a.: s \')1)(hbet Sunday School, 9:45: Youth a.m. FIRST CHRBTIAN CHURCH 1011 N. Temple Avenue Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE ,
\ \ Morning Worship. 11. Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 964.5899
:1196 .'I..'a caapJoftPtbt Choir Practice, 4:30.: Youth Fel'lowshlp -, School$ 9:45 a. m. Morning:WOT- ttO S. Temple Starke AH Minor Repairs

101> tacot4 Supper. 5:45.: Training ship, 10:45: a. m. Evening Service
617 N. Temple] Ave. Starke
a\\y -
o Union 6:15.: WMU Prayer 6:30 p. m. :Midweek Ser-

ts!>.o tnsor.tetf 7:13.: Evening Worship. 7:30.: (Ice, WednesdaY 7:15 p. m. STARKE BUILDERS t
.. '
:- Tuesday RA meeting. 6:30: Charles- Reese ministei
tCcu **? SUPPLIES Inc. a 1 LAWSON
? p.m.Wednesday Prayer Meeting ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL I
Tallymaster411VICTDR 7:30: p.m. Church Choir CHURCH, STAltKE '' MEAT MARKETAND t
Practice, 8:30.Thursday: Sunday Services: Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC
by =: Sunbeams and 8:30 Holy Eucharist. COLD STORAGEWe
: a. m.
? GA'3., 3:30: p. m. 9:30: a. m. Church School. I Complete Paint Suppliesand Buffet Lunch $1.25 t
Specialize )In Custom Slauflntorlay
10:30: a. m. ;Family Service.
Sporting Goods
OAK GROVE BAPTISTCHUKlCH (Holy Eucharist 1st and,3rd 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. Wrapptnff-

WITH SUBTRACTION _________________ 74.50. :: Sundays; Morning Prayer. 2nd "Us CuttlDr'and
Sunday School 10 a. m. and 4th Sunday). "Check With First" Buffet Dinner $L7h5P.Pt.to9P.M. Prepared for Deep teas o
Morning Worship at 11. Training '- -J, Thomas Staab, Rector 219
Washington St. 964-5270
AT THE TELEGRAPH Union. 6:45.: Evening Wor j & WHOLESALEAND
ship 7:30.: -Rev. Luther A. Mc. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN

.Gee. Daetor: CHURCH 1 U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 RETAIL I
Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng Phone 964-7059
Worship at 11. Evening
Worship. 7SO.:: Rev. Carl FLORIDAEST

Clarke, pastor. DAD & BRAD SALES t


Worship at 11. Training 24Ft. Wide ,
New Ownership
Union. 6:30.: Wednesday night A OHMICUCa
Prayer Meeting 7:30.: followed Also 12Ft. Wide
Your Certified Master
BAPTIST CHURCHON by choir practice. Starke Nursing MOBILE HOMES
Home service 2:43: p. m. Dry Cleaner

-Rev Melvin Bamel, pastor. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers
U. S. 301 Free Moth-Pre.fing t
Phone 964-5745 for FREE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Keystone Heightsand Free Pick-Up and'Delivery

STARKE Inspections and Estimates Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5704
Morning Worship at 11. guest
speaker from The Gideon Injtermedlate .

Chattanooga, Tenn. GA meets with leader WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT
at her home 12:15: pm. EDWARDSGrocery t
Training Union, 6:15.: Evening

7:30: P.M. NIGHTLY WUdom Worship of 7:30:oSlomon.: sermon. "The CO. and Market

Monday Church Council Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meat. Feed t '
NOVEMBER meeting. Youth Choir Practice
1824Lester 7 P.m. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL

Tuesday Junior Choir Sun.
j BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Edwards
beams. 3:30: p.m. Primary Gladys: t
Austin Music DirectorJames Choir Junior GA., 4:20.: WMU I
Miss 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Stark.
Mission Study taught by

,Josephine Jones at the Church Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312 j
E. Walker Pastor 5 p.m. Covered dish cupper at.

Wednesday Bible Study
.m. Family Night Covered I
4 j EVERYONE 0 .Dtoh' SUpper Sunday School: [ Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better. t

Workers meeting, 6 pjn. Prayer
Meeting, 7. Church Choir Practice. Electrically" .Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911PAOli

S WELCOME # 7:45.Thll1'aday: t tIi.

.L Visitation 7 ;pin,

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TwoTlieatresY. h. : ,.,':
Set 5 Movies ', SAVf -
0 4
This Weekend. "ti ) % 0 I '0

George Hamilton. Dean Martin :

'.Inger Stevens, Suzanne Lh )
Pleshette! and Edgar Allen Poe r ) A ,
are names which will 'be %
on thla week's mGv1e-mar- ..'

ques. :. r.
Double feature. "Hang 'Em
High" and "The Power," will 1 ,2
play at the. Florida. Theatre ort r
Frlda;, and Saturday toger .- ,
Stevens Joins Clint Eastwood
for his first Hollyood-based
Western which tells the story /
of the1.wrong man almost being' A O SOaES
hanged and !then coming back
for reVenge. t.---7L > r/
and Miss Plesnette
star in "The Power." Hamilton 4$-o1.ASTO*..,Limit 1 cooking oil of cholc wor moro purchase excluding' ctgareltei48ox. (

portrays a. young scientist _
tracking down a man possessed 69
with 'a power to control the
wills-of; others. o
On Sunday Monday
"S Card 'Stud" will light 'PoYour Co.king".Umll 1 cooking choice

Martin up Robert the the Mltchem Florida 301 plays Drive-In.screen.gambler. preacher.At a. double Dean and. iIhOj.ijro'Pru : :: :

feature Is scheduled for( Friday
Saturday and. Sunday. Shelly 2 w/S or more purchase excluding cigarette*
Winters Hal Holbrook Diane

Varsr', and Christopher Jones" Juice..39 "
etarln "Wild' in the Streets .
an anti-estabilshment dramaIn
which a folk-rock singer uses .
an older politician as a springboard Ct. WHIH IIUI or COLD WATER ARROW limit 1 w/S or moro purchase oxcluding cigarette
to the Presidency. Also 1 1
is Edgar Allen t .
on the Agenda
poe'f "Conqueror Worm" star Deegent..49' r
ring'Vincent Price.

Public Interest 1-lb.(Qtrt.)LAND O' SUNSMINI limit one w/SS.OO or more purchaie excluding cigarette*

Will Determine I
59'Q *
Butter *
SFJC CoursesThe *
. . .
following courses will 1 be I,
offered by Santa F' Junior College''in 1443 Iaoeao IS
Starke with the starting i

dates listed below: Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good Thru November 17 _. ::
... .+
TERM IIIMarriage WINN-OIXIK .0. INC.-CO -"RIOH1'-I"* :
and the Family. SC No. 1 Toll CARNATION

230 January 13.History to 1877. Evaporated Milk 7/$1.2jOMATO
United States
HY $51. January 14. . ;,
General Psychology. PY 200, 16-0..DIISOUTH

January Principles 9. of Mathematics. CATSUP 3/$1. Sir' berry Preserves 39* |

MS,100. January 13. Ho. 3 Can THRIITY MAID CRUSHED & SLICED . .
The Humanities HM 100, -A4
January 15..Tentatlve. PINEAPPLE..4/I. 2-Roll Pkg.ARROW
registration date is
Bathroom Tissue 5/$1
Jan,-8. 1969. lS-o".HORMIL . .
TERM IVProjected offerings for Term CHILI / ans. .. 3/$1. 6-Pk 12-01.can*rlSCHERS Ale orlimit

IV to begin during the week 1 of No. U Con VAN CAMP'S VIENNA one 6 w/tSormoupurcluseeiclud r cigs6oi. No. 1 CAMPBELL TOMATO

April reaction 7 are listed to these below.courses Interest SAUSAGE..5/I. Beer..79 Soup..8/l.

will,be beneficial: -
Stf 200.. .HUNT'S
Effective Speaking. e-D.
Introduction to Physical Geology HUNT'S TOMATO t-lb. CRACKIN' GOODPaste. I
GE 200. TOMATO SAUCE 8/$1. *

United States History Since No. 300 C.n HUNT'STOMATO 61.1.1 Saltines 2/49
HY 252.Personal .
Finance. BA 180. SAUCE 5/l. OAIA.P PIJ, V TOMATOTowek
'?' i j"
MuMo' JVpir<*"*a n\? MU.-12.-i ''w/l/

Persons courses Interested may call Vocational-in or anyoTthese write 3/$ Juice. :, ::4/I. .. J

the Bradford
Technical Center and state pre 1

ferences.determine Public the courses reaction to be will ot- USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED


Secretary of State Tom. Adams Lb.

has announced the chartering _
of the following corporation
: Stations. Inc., 332 W. Madison W-D BRAND CORN FED
( St.. Starke. Authorized
stock: 50 shares of common at
$100 per share. Dealing in 1 1
equipment and other personal CHUCK ROAST 49
property. Incorporators: R. V. Lb.
Turner and Janet Turner', both _
of Ralford! ; and T. H. Slade _- A __ O
Starke. Filed Nov: 4. 1968 by;
George H. Pierce.. ., .
In Tli. Circuit Court Iss. $09 / ?
For arndfard'ount7 Cltll'UivlHlonI.iln.rty AellOB No.' Florid* Delmonicos LB. $139 Sirloin Steak LB' :

National Life InmirnneeCompunv
an Alabama. Corporation __
pt nl. TwfMlilixntn.MJTICK

To: jporlj'v t OF.. Roberta SITIT who erenldciu0 SWISS STEM -$19Q9 RIB STEAK 98USDA *
wltc'Hn?mnlllnu In )'...ail,11.
You are hereby
an nrtlon t'. fi.r..ilono a niortnBB. .- .
.' him born tiled iiKiilnHt you STEAK $1.19 POT ROAST..LB.69 :
an.I Jean U itnLertn. a Blnnle ,

Woman and copy you"f "re'I''lulreI your written;to'dC"M. ....................-.-.----.. _..........._.........._........a, .
to it on Jennin r r
1C any.
t", \Vntt. .. CI..rk. and H-irn-: :, 1 XTRA !: EX.--R :

llton.whose addrcng nttorm-yn In, for Florida plaintiff.National ::' I I dTl.,tM MII.UA.M GREEN*......STAMPS w......*.... : I I A-H..ItH Ht.GREEN rrl*COLrOel STAMPS*M.rt>MMU.. :. All PURPOSI TAO .
Hank Jlull *
Jncke"nvllhFlorida MALI OH W..OLC'&I TWO "Ka JCNO I APPLES 5
Box 470U. 69
3S20I with the und Clerk file the of prluinal the- : J4,,.' .UNN'LAHO Smoked "C..DC"Ham .: .AU. W.C1.Pizza Of Rolls"L" W CM :' . . BAG *

Court wt. or. bofora Novrmber .I ": THRU NOV. 17 OOOO TN.YMOV. 17 EASTERN DELICIOUS
above OOD
20. I'J'iS' ; othrrwlsefudpment a !I I 2S. ; :1 Ia1 1
: may fur the be relict enteredna.ilnut demandeil :I ..-.-...-. .......... ,..........------------4 RED APPLES 11/$1. |
In 'trucomplaint., The : : :
real property proceeded ugulnst fr" I I EX.-RA. U.S. No.1 RUSSET BAKING
*"?:Lntne( In Mouth Gate Jteplat.recorded accordingto 0.. "KO. : = ."Ae.. : POTATOES 10o 69 t
the plat thereof ,
reo- : MM* BMITHBlackberry 1 JW :
Pan I pulillo I .4W
PUt Hook 3; FlorldWltno Pie f: .... Sandwiches :
frJ.C nradford" County. : ,',,.. No. 1 Cello Bag
and the cal .' \'t' OOODT..U"O"... ,. _. 17 :'i' "23 GOOOT".. ., ,UNO".17.. ... ,: &, .
hand I 22 ,. ;, a. "
of said "Court my on this 10 day of :q.........._-_..."..0."..."_.._- -- ..........__.._._ .__._.------. CARROTS 2/25. t
October 1968. ; . .
(SEAl,> A. Darby, Clerk of the : .. : EX.-RA. : U.S. No. I GEORGIA RED SWIETPOTATOES .
CIr Charles(uit Court Deputy .:, :' d7L.l"GREEN**! IKIOt STAMPS* KIH*,I # ;, *
Dy Deulah M. Moody 3 39
C1'rk 10117 41 11/T' .1'WEX.TRA. ;::1' O-O2.*- CAN AtH.UNOUNTHY /; *

::1 :' FreshenersOOOO IRISH ILORIDA
: : THWU. NOV. 17 LB *

Service starved :. ........... :::: _":::::_____I ORANGES 5 BAG 59 tt


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t M*fUKMelt O* I CABBAGE. 3 49
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Fi'itniTiiititPolish. i 14,' TII C mmtTKCleaner'
:' d,' : U.S. No.1 YELLOW

The.r e'. ::1 : # .0000 T""U.!..Nov...; 17 ::":' 1.1'! #3IO..y.0000 THIfU, .-NOV.....,. 17 I ONIONS I 3 LB. 29* !

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:if : EX..RA.. 5-Pk. W.D BRAND Chopped Beef OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF or TURKEY MEASfeakeffes e

It's free and plentiful with : I rEXTWt.1.I ...._ u____.._ :,, I I 4'N.....IMOM..I.GREEN_STAMPS_.........W FLAVORS 88. Dinners 39 .
in our full line LO. I THRIFTY MAID ALL .
any product S-L.. PMO. I.CAN .1 TWO ON A 05 0
and lubricants. i w.D HNAMOGround : PMKH WHO I OH O1t
of fuels Beef Cut-Up Fryers : OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF or TURKEY MEAT d-es. ASTOR .Ih..olThln.o.O'on', A
L"' :' 17 I CE MilK I Hull Dijon 2/$1/ I > *
STANDARD ; .IOOO.._.TMMU, ...NOV.. 17 "as aooe.... .THHU. .NOV..... Pies. 5/$1. 'uiee..b/$ I
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mVvny1Vnn.TTV V yjri 7 p.m. Player' meeting Wednesday Folds, and son Robbie of Columbus -V
.Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson 191) Windsor" Street'Kearny
be received by ,
8 p.m. Ga. and Mrs. Gaston : : New Jel'lIeYYou
Mr. and Mrs W. P. Moore Clark of Eufaula Ala. Mass pastor Sunday School, 10 ajn. AM chasing on the date are hereby notified that
;Morning Worship 11.' for divorce has been
at Choir action
and Micky were visiting.! Mr. Sherrill of Phoenix an .
Ogletree Union will be held at 3 MNov.nfb.r 14. I I I filed against you and :you are
and Mrs. J, W. Thomas and City, Ala was a weekend guest I p.m. Mixed Pine Gum ref ulred to servo fa. copy of yourwritten
Evening! Service. 6 p.m. causes, any, to it on
family in Live Oak on Caturday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Patrickof Bid Blanks, .
By Km: : Blanchard for
+ Rev. Sampson la closing his Specifications may EuKene whoeetvaddress
Mrs. George Roberts Mrs. T. Green Cove Springs: and Mr r t +1" il' a'z r from the State Paintlff. In lit
............ ..... L. Wainwright and Miss. Eiua Patricia Lensy of Starke wererweekend *. tenth conference year at Greater Commission, W ; West Call Street, Starke. Flue.Ida .
Ilr S file the original with
++ s >, Allen Chapel this Sunday night. ham Building. and
CHURCH:: ACTIVITIES M. Blanchard attended a Bible visitor*, .of Mr. an He will
.fS leave for Conference In
December 2,
Court on or
study class at the first Methodist Mrs. Bill Patrick. '
:Members of Highland Baptist Jacksonville next Tuesday, The Ids.The Commission KuperauvaS"I lass>> : otherwise a Judgment
Church in Starke last Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Foremanof 4 d'A'e be entered against you tor
,right to reject any may
Church: are holding cottage week. Senior Choir will sing on Sunday: 1 Al J. the relief demanded In the Complaint
Ga. the
Savannah. spent .
"diUerent Petition.Witness
prayer meetings In In the Conference. Executive or
Mrs. John Tye, Mrs. Eugene ter part of the week with Mr., my hand and the seal
week '
homes this preparatory
Pearson and Mrs. H. C. Wain. Foreman's sister, Mrs. Michael) of said Court on the 31 day ofOctober
for Revival Services to begin 1868.
wrlght, attended the! ExtensionHomemakero' and their father Perry Davis.!' | ->o'rl.i OK iTKvno> TO 1. The. Circuit C; Charles. A. Darby
Monday. Nov. 18 at 7:30: pm. ItJo.GI'rEI&, PICrITIOV lV.'S Judicial
S KlchtU Of Said Court
Christmas shop Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Helken, Notice !I. ..* F.. As Clerk
Everyone U welcome h t' I hereby given that Florida I. Publication. : October 30,
Grace United Methodist-Sun: and Starke covered Thursday.dish luncheon in when!had-a their pleasant surprise Sunday. ,C (+ It n+ i1".p;5'. I. vltilons the undersigned of Chapter, under 20,95.1 the Laws pro- ''C"sa"dr'.C""M.".. ,. 100 First L 10/31 It 11/S1
son Virgil of Florida Acts of 1941, will'repUter .
day School 9:45: a.m.; Worship, -
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent them from Libya. Africa wherehe !' with the Clerk *of the 1 Wvauu.: tbete':. ..rnuP
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Choir Circuit Court, In and for Bradford MOTICB: OF
Thursday to Saturday with Mrs.C. is stationed. He plans to be :
practice Wednesday. 7 p.m. County Florida upon re- To: Philip R.
E. Strickland In Gainesville. at home for Christmas before,, celDt) of proof of publication of --"II
MYF 8 p.m. Rev, David Taun- Mrs. Fred Pendarvis and going to Germany. this notice the fictitious name Funeral Home "
'DeWitt C. Jones
ton of Lake Butler Methodist Starke I'M Nursery '" wy.
children and W. E. PendarvU! Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Teston 301 South Starke;, Florlja.(
Church was guest speaker here visited the for met! "a parents. and family were visiting Mr. E'l'J Martha. Spencer, 1305 SearIng 964-6200
on Sunday morning while: Rev. bl4ia 4 St., Starke Via. and G. STARKE -
Mr. and Mrs. C P. Gordon in Testons aunts. !Mrs. Leila P a.. ,Kathleen Carter P. O. Box 213,
Denton spoke at the Church in Bunnell Friday and Saturday.The vy, and Mrs. Garry Dorman In lytI Starke, Fla., co-owners. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PIIONE 473-3178
Lake Butler. Dated thin 29th day of October -
First Baptist.Sunday School men went hunting. Ocoee on Sunday.Mr. '1968 A. D at Starke Bradford
Eddie Browning of Plant City and Mrc. R. W. Edwardsof Coun.y. Florida.
9:45: a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and 10,31( i! I1/U ; Rental 1 Services
spent Monday morning and Jacksonville spent Sunday ----
7:30: Training Union 6:30:
p.m. had lunch with Mr. and Mrs. afternoon with :her parents, Mr. INVITATION TO Dill
p.m. Midweek services Wednes Carl Prevail. They were children and Mrs. B. L. Wilklson. PlltCIIAHI\O MYTTM I HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRPSMITHCORONA
day 7:30: p.m, -_ I
together when the Brown.ings Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crews and CO\U""IO
Church of God: Sunday School T.iLL.illISsEE.. KLOHIUA I CRUTCHES
10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and lived here. daughter Laura of Jacksonvillewere Award Received For Mrs. MizellIn Competitive Sealed Bids wilt ,
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Sunday evening visitors of
7:30: p.m., YPE Wednesday 7:30 S. & L. Appraisal ContestB.
Duck recently were their son- Mr and Mrs. Pierce Crews.
pm. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright Is visiting
Highland Baptist Sunday Mrs. D. E. Nolan and small Mr. and Mr*. Louie Lee C
School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 a. daughter of Jacksonville Mrs. Wainwright in Tallahassee.Mr. F. Mizell Jr., president of First Federal Savings & Loan

m. and 8 p.m., Choir practice Vera Brookins, Mrs. Franklin and Mrs. Glen Starling Assn., of Starke, received n television set won at the recent Florida

Savings & Loan League convention at Kings Inn Hotel, Freeport

Bahamas, on behalf of hh wife, Kay.

Mrs. Mbcll< :: won the grand prize In the appraisal contest conducted .

MY SINCERE THANKSWORDS by Continental Mortgage Insurance! Inc. The presentation

wag made by O. A. Klnker.non: Stile Director

In addition to this grand prize Mr. Mizell won one of the three

ALONE ARE NOT ENOUGH*V%%, JMrWk KM* second prizes. This Is the second time that First Federal of Starke

TO EXPRESS THE .. .hat'won the grand prize In statewide competition. A television set
was won In 1966 by A. J. Thomas Jr., president of First Federal's

,! board of directors

DEEP APPRECIATION : ..,.".. .. -

of Jacksonville were weekend News About
I HAVE FOR THE visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leon ,
i Starling Mr. ana Mrs. Joe Austin Colored Citizens
MANY FRIENDS of Jacksonville called on

Sunday. Mrs. Starling has re-
WHOSE SUPPORT AND CONFIDENCEMADE I rently returned from several

weeks In the hospital where she
surgery. She apprecIated

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES A SUCCESS. ers and all other flowers remembranceswhile cards pray:

she was thera.RECOMMISSIONED.

Secretary of State Tom Adams h
has announced the recom-

REQUIRED OF THIS OFFICE. mlsslonlng of John SimpsonSr.
., of Starke as a member of-
the Board of Social Welfare
iAY District 5, Bradford County.

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Respectfully fit nnrrj
Cash Register and all other d

GENE SHAW leltgraph.models. Bradford County U

(Paid Political Advertisement





Rev. J. Williams will assume
FOR duties'on November' 16 as pastor > Jeweled Main Bearing a Has Vinyl-clad,

;#1 ,l, of Greater Bethlehem Free to Insure long-lasting all-steel Trimline
Will Baptist Church Be has
served as president of the East factory-new precision carrying case at no

Florida Mission Dept. for three., and performance! eta 2"T- extra charge!

years and past pastor of the I Changeable Type' 1 -- Lots of deluxe
Morning Star Free Will Baptist adds .
a new dimension features...and a
LEASE three Church years.of Jacksonville for to your keyboard . = guarantee lhat can't

Morning Worship will consistof 40 optional snap-on = < = be beat!

various welcoming addressesand characters! .. --.. -
activities to welcome the <; $121.50

wife has 'served as president of,
the Senior Choir of Morning
1 (U. S. 301) I Star, and secretary of the Mission

i STARKE, FLORIDA Department,
Following the 11: am service

pdat .; there will be dinner on the SMITH-CORONA<> '' '
grounds. Baptism and dedlca
Won of babies will 1* held at 6 Coronet .
p.m. All parents wishing to
dedicate their babies at this, '
time are urged to have them at PORTABLE ELECTRIC
the church at 5:45.: *
The new pastor Is asking alt Full 88 character keyboard, the
presidents and directors to meet same as on office electrics! r

,him at the church at 8 p.m. e 5 automatic electric repeat ac.

I Friday. Nor. 15.RECREATION tions at your fingertips! .

1968 Year To Date NEWS: C Personal Touch Selector Page C,1 k "
Average All boys, 8 to 17, are invitedto
play Flag Football each Tuea Gage Copy Set Adjustment-

day and Thursday afternoon Quick SetTM visible margins-ALL
ACTUAL GALLONSPER starting at 4:30: at the recreation YOURS FROM SMITH-CORONA!
22,000 playground. All boys 8 to 1?
who have not signed up may do EASY TO LEARN EASY TO OWN e EASY TERMS $149.50
so at the Recreation Center.
Open dally from 4 to 6:30: and
from 8 to U pm. on Friday
nights City League will start

This remodelled recently vhite soon.NAACP regular MEETINGThe meeting of the Many Others To Choose From

NAACP .wUl] be held at 8 p.m.
35,000 GALLONS brick location Wednesday, Nov. 20. All members

POTENTIAL FROM has 3 bays and Invited and to Interested attend, and citizens join are the

2 lifts to maximize organization.GIRL k

1-Busy Hiway U. S. 301. profits Girl girls SCOUTSAll Scouts Interested are In asked Joiningthe to 31 '

O. Walker by
Exlenshe Commercial and Farm contact Elizabeth ,
calling 064-6683 for Information.
Business. CHURCH NEWS!:
The Senior Choir anniversary I
3-Heavily Populated Residential Area] CALL JACKSONVILLE of Ebenezer Baptist Church was

353-0941 held Sunday, Nov. ,10, at 3 p.m. CORSAIR SUPER.STERLING
.Adjacent to Business District of Mil. STEVE DUNN with the following choirs participating CLASSIC M
Starke. : Mt. Piagah Junior $56.50 $109.00
Choir Starke: Free Will Bep- $129.50

5-High Volume Tires, Batteries, OR WRITE Choir, Starke; Free Will Bap- t
Acceuorieeand! Mechanical Trade. SUN OIL COMPANYP. Baptist Choir, Penney Farms;
St. John's Choir Melrose: Florida
Commercial Range of 8 Custom- JACKSONVILLE FLA. .Antioch Baptist Church CO
and lat Baptist
Blended Gasolines for Competitive Choir Starke;
Pricing. Church Choir Gainesville .
The Senior Choir Is gratefulto
all who helped make this
Evenings or Weekends Call:
I activity a success.
TOM MAUGHAN Regular services will be held rtrrapI

JACKSONVILLE 733.5117 starting with Sunday School at
10 a.m. Morning service at 11.
or J. I. DENNISON 744-1269 Evening Service 6:30.: 'Prayer:

I Meeting. each Thursday, 8 p.m.
.i Greater Allen Chapel AME


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; It and Gainesville. Among the December that said the Red
What/ /
11 Takes/ Afo&e AsRebecca.
To Straight lucky local fishermen were Mr. fish will be abundant in South
and Mrs. Paul Grtffls of Law- Florida and around those new
Garland McMillan. end algebra n. BROOKEIt \ of the toy with 20 Specs. canals like the Cross-Florida
I sophomore is the Favorite pastttmes now srecooklnll' dI !Marie Archer Kathy Bristol J Due to space problems at Barge & Florida Power Canal,
only strsight-A student at Brad and her bicycle. Re- I ,.Vickla Herny. Larry Hicks /iVOICE The Telegraph last week my these two months.Griffin's .
!becca has also taken piano for column was a "drop-out" but Lodge (east shore
School at 4he end of
!I ford High five years: and Is presently Blllle Sue Inklsbarger, Debra CIIITTY Just to bring you up to date Santa Fe repo-ted another faIrlY
tx wedts
the whtolt ended Oct. 14. period teaching herself to pay the gut Inksbarger) Kathy Oliver Larry 475-2171 .herejUts: now: glow week though: there! were

Rebecca':-only very few special tir Roberts. Sue Smith, and Kathy ---- -.- _..:=.::_=... Before we get to the fishing quite a few fish caught. Monday
But the first thing Rebecca Roy and Mr. Bryant caught 42
people are allowed to call reports this week I have a lit
her Bscky-is the daughter of toes! when school is out Is "get Williams.LAKE BUTLER tle story to tell you. While out Spects. Tuesday Roy caught 36
Mr. and Mra. M. O. McMillanof her lessons." according to both Wayne Black. Steve JohiM. Greetings sports fans, tills Is early In the morning and late at Morgan's Barber Shop recently Specs by himself. Wednesday
:parents. Mrs. (McMillan- estimates your rolling Roy guided Dr J. D, Polndex-
Starke. and Joanl Whitehead.h -reporter with the In the evening. They say that Mr Morgan told me an-
"There's iro secret to the A's that !her daughter. studies local sports news. You fellows the best time Is between Sundown chor tale (Instead of a fish tal). ter Jr. of Huntington, W. Va.
two .to three hours per day. I'f had nice and they caught 7 Bass and 40
she studies.. says filer father, Sharon Brown Linda Clayton. hunting and fishing and dark. Joe "Smedley I hope you'll overlook how late
win: is county surveyor.MSV: a believes "Rebecca enjoys school and Mozglla! Durham. Debbie Hill, weather last week even.. who works for the Tftnes-Un-: this story is. it's Just that each Specs that morning and 3J:
in having her assignments she applies herself when she Judy McCoflnell Phyllis Mend If It did turn cool for the week- Ion) and a friend from Jacksonville week something has happened.The Specs that afternoon. Thursday.
ready on time and she does It studies" her mother states. Marilyn Patterson Jo Ann Salt.er end. According to several reports were down last Thurs- first Saturday after Labor Roy guided Dr B. R. Page Jr.
herself." Forty-two other BHS students and Elaine Youngblood., the fish were biting fairly day, and caught 6 Bass between Day, Mr. Morgan's anchor was of Savannah. Ga., and they
The straight \A's make Rebecca made all A's and B's (an .A-B good. Did you catch any? I Sundown and dark. Sunday. Roy stolen from his home on Sampson caught 65 Specs by 11 a.m.Slim's .
average and 93 obeys had a B- didn't, with Fieh! -'N.Stuff (Keystone
one! of 913 students in three columns to Griffin and Mr. Redmond of Lake. Even though It was
grades 912.Rebecca average (which Included some FORESTRY SERVICE write over the weekend I don't Jacksonville, caught 11 Bans Just a piece of concrete with a : ) reported: several nice
doesn't take the easy C's but had A's to!average them RAIN REPORT have many chances to go fishIng Last Wednesday: Roy and Mr. bolt hook In It, its the principle Bas that were brought in. McKinney -
out). They are listed below by these ., Davis caught a 9'4-'
days. that matt
of having Ih stolen rs.
courias either; her schedule Bradford County received an Zellnes and a friend of Jackson
read from BHS student files In. towns and In alphabetical order: ...\, It '. average of 1.73 Inches of rain I was :sure glad to see the vllle, caught 5 Bass and 46 I think it was a week (maybe a pounder, several 3 to 4 pounders
elude: Latin II. world history. STARKE Allen, Jim ,.. ..... during the week ending at 8 a.' Bradford High Tornadoes Specs L. D. Lewis and Bryon couple) later it was spotted In and a few Specs In Lake
Linda Adklns. Joyce bounce back with a fine 33.19 the woods by a couple of Starka Geneva. Slim'j reported that
English!!, office aide, chemistry: m. Monday. New River Tower'repO'rted Danzey of Panama City stayedat
my Andrews. Louise_ Batten Rebecca MCMIIIae 1.8 Inches: Louis Hill Homecoming victory over Fern- Griffin's from Friday to Sunday men. The thing of it was, they the Specs are biting good In
I .. 16: and Santa Fe. 18. No. andlna. Beach This was a nice Friday they caught 100 were hunting and Just happenedto in Lake Geneva lately.
I Nancy Bell Ellen Blaodworth( woods fires were reported during boost for Big Red I'm sure, Specs Saturday morning they spot it lying next to an old Before I forget it, I'd like to
I' ln 1t [ala M'- ; Carolyn Brown, Carolyn y the past week.JEHOVAH'S since Fernandina has defeated caught 80 more, in all that bad hog pen. They saw his name correct a mistake in lastweek'a
: Brown, Terry Brown, Terri many of Starke's opponents. weather and another 20 early and address written on It and column. While explaIn.
Carnes. DottY! Ccrbln. Stella Believe me, if they ever neededa Sunday morning before leaving returned it to him What really ing about the way to chum up

... r 10t: (\. Jane Costello WITNESSESTO boost they need it now, with for home makes this a unique story is shiners, was to scatter your
n Mark Crawford, Gloria Crews ATTEND ASSEMBLY the always tough Lake City Tigers. that those men Herb Thomas bread (after you wet It) like
Nlkkt Crosby Ruth Crosby. Leonard E. Wallace presiding Lake City is always trouble and Coach Hobbs were hunting skittering a lock across the top
FREE GOLF Beatrice Crum, Melody Cuttino, minister for Jehovah's WIt- for Starke. and they've lost )11; out In the woods 60 miles in of the water. There was abouta
Drtra Davenport, ,Mary .Jane nesses in Starke, announces only one (to Palatka. last week (is'A'' Georgia Like Mr. Morgan 'says, half sentence left out when it
C .. 3 FINEST RESORTS Decs. Nancy Dowllng. Linda plans to join 14 congregations 140. i,:,,"" "I know there Will a lot of wa- was printed, and naturally that!
( Durrance Robert Edwards from Northeast Florida in Jack, I have a bit of Interesting ''j ... ter around here but anchors messed up this: whole thing it
TAKE YOUR Charlene Ellington. sonvllle for the semi-annual news' for you men who like to ," 'r" don't float, especially that far" was printed this way, you chum
L 1 CHOICE Mike !'oia, Jactte: Oasklns, Circuit Assembly, Nov. 29. fish in Santa Fe Lake. Mis. ( Now let's have a gander at up shiners by skittering a rock
: t Pats Gassett Janlne Gay Linda through December 1. More Barnhill of Barn.hlll'ReJort\ the fishing scene. The fish were across the top of fie,! waL 1'.
I Gay Mary Jane Geiger Karen than 1,500 delegates are expected (east shore Santa Fe), reports not doing real well, but they Friends I doubt very seriouslythat
/I Gjss/, Linda Han, Seletta to attend the three-day Bible that her boat business has been were fairly good for the mixedup you'll chum up many
piney, Sheila Haney, Lee Har- seminar at the Civic Auditorium taken over by George Hill, who weather.: About the only fame ;shiners with a lock So I
/ Holiday in this semi/.tropical pus denbrook. Joan Hinson Janice In Jacksonville will be there to serve the pea .1 ily report I have Is: Uncle Alfred thought I'd better correct that,
dill Just 20 miles from.Florida. In Holllngsworth. pie and guide. He has lived In Hudson and his nephew, so you all wouldn't think that
,.' a. setting of unsurpassed scenic Rhymar Howell Barbara Inklebarger. :this area all his life and Is reported Edward Christmas went out your l'elllng'eportel' is crazy
bestirenjoy Indoor and outdoor Becky Jackson:: Mike PARLIAMENTARY to be a good guide. from Sike's Camp (north! end 'or trying to pull something on
Directly on ,lie pool swimming sandy beaches King, Richard Kirkland Sally PROCEDURE COURSEA Several boats were spotted on Mr. Lewis (left) is presidentof Lochloosa, and caught 3 Bass you.My
Atlantic -. .. flshinj. boating driving Lawscn, Sharcn Leach Eleanor new adult court in Parlia the lake last week, and according Sunshine Grocery Co. in Panama that averaged 3 pounds on plas father, James, and A. B.
Ocean fined beaches;. -rant ...putting green.. 3 of the Lee, Phyllis Lyons Mike Macy, mentary Procedure will start to Griffin's Lodge (east City, and Mr. Danzey Is tic worms. I caught a small Howard, of Sta-ke.: went bird
..ch.nprnshlpeolf.''' .. bat golf courses on the Atlantic Larry McLeod. Carol McKinney Monday night, Nov. 12. from 7 shore Santa Fei, the Specs ate vice president. Bass off from our dock with a hunting recently and killed 21.
rwina.tevtra'dining' roanuDeeall. all typirof' entertainment to 9:30: p.m. In the high school still biting on the brush piles. Shlpman's Camp (west shore diving plug, which is supposedto Well, fellows, It looks like I've
lounges.Exceptional convention Jane McMuitrle. Mike McRae, agriculture building. The class Although most of them are Santa Fe) reported another fair be productive this! time of run out of space for: this time.
facilities for groups 20 to 2500. Beth Mlxon. Eugene Mack Sally will meet one night a week for: Until next week, goodbye and
Dehne accommodations-ilr conditioned hand-size, they're still a lot of good week with lots of Specs the year. In parts of South Flor.
Free at-your-door parklngi A ranget' Mooi. Tim Murphy. ,Jimmy seven weeks. fun to catch. also ida. I read !In ( !good luckII I
rates for honeymoon couples guest rooms. suites Griffin's report and some nice bass caught by a fishing report
families. with children.Everything and low budget family kitchenettes.Children's Nelson Jo Ann Nettles Lemar that the Bats are biting' fishermen from Jacksonville for Florida for November and
so can enjoy your vacation I NOI ma n. Joy N:>vnk,Dcn'ls Ovei-
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fihrtmp Roast Deer Boll Hunts or Oyster(No fill Walker! Patricia, Curtis. Underhill White Mike John I II beef steaks I I II

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ClUB ass maae in ama snow ami 'Bureau
r porI ]Baptist Church, with several washing-up facilities was com WITH YOUR In the ;youth. of our County. Our own station WPXE-1400
activities for the Junior age plete last week, and some of You will have an opportunityto gives this report 13 min past
Crusaders. the equipment was moved from meet many daily Special bulletin
boy in RA come early and the hour
HAMPTON.I Randy Hick, Terry Hayea.and ., the old building, then food friends if you like a fried chicken are tamed during adverse
I Alan Blrt led by their coun- supplies, etc., moved during the supper; Our FFA boys will, weather conditions. One or
By Mrs: D. E. HUI selor Ronnie Dyal, presented a weekend. |start serving this good meal at more stations In your areaj
1 program Wednesday eveningat ,4 p.m. This ds to help thorn boys carry these special weathenforecasts.
1I I the regular church prayer NEW PRIMARY TEACHERMrs. raise funds for their Chapter, : ., .
CITY COUNCIL STUDIES I meeting service telling about Sherry Newman of Gainesville activities so come on and eat
AREA FIRE PROTECTION RAs. Hiker patches were presented began work Monday as P early so you can get a good GLASS
Fifteen guests were present at to Terry Hayes and Ran- Primary I teacher at Hampton r seat for the first war with five I
last week's Hampton cjty coun* dy Hicks, earned! by meeting Elementary School replacing purbred calves. FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
cll meeting Monday, Nov. 4, several requirements In hiking Mrs. Enid Corbin who resigned 1
with area-wide fire protection. and outdoor cooking. the first of this month for medical WEATHER REPORTSFor
plans .scheduled for discussion.WlUard : At Monday afternoon's meeting reasons. COUNTY AGENT thirty-three years the ,
Thomas, as: Hampton 13 boys participated In a Mr. and Mrs. Newman :have Federal State Frost Warning, FOR EVERY PURPOSE
tire chief was to attend a program and football game recently moved to Gainesville Beginning, at about aau:: PJH. Service, has been provided for
county-wide meeting Monday with Counselors Dyal and Charles from Indiana, where she received Saturday, Nov.' 16, at the Bradford our farmers. The 34th season SHEA'S
evening, Nov. 11, at the Civil Hinson present. A reception her training and experience County Fair Orounds you began November 1 and will con- !,
Defense Building in Starke. A for the boys Sunday evening In teaching primary grades. will see the mast active and entertaining I tinue through March 31. This GLASS CO.
tank truck and other equipment following the worship service PERSONALSMr. .., livestock programs Is a cooperative effort of the
is available to Hampton, accord- featured cakes, coffee and hot : and Mrs. J. E. Sherouse 4 .. .H....... ever held in Florida.If University of Florida Instituteof J7I-4JI N.W._4th m-43SI Piece'
ing: to Ralph Bryant, and the chocolate. of Margate arrived Thursdaylast you doubt this come see Food and Agricultural I 1113 GolnttvllU
council accepted this offer. PTA RUMMAGE SALE week for a visit with Mr. BIP Awards Made this program and then tell us Sciences and the U. S. Weather ...
In other business, Lawrence Hampton Elementary PTA and Mrs. V. J. Slade Monday about the one you think was .-
Bias was hired by the councilto will sponsor a rummage sale visitors this week were Mrs. better.
keep the city dump area Saturday. Nov. 18, from 8:3tf: Slade's sister Mrs. Lois Hughes. The Bradford.-Improvement! Program presented two BIP awardsIn Our Starke Bradford County SINCERE
clean and assist in unloading a.m. to 1 p.m., at Hampton City and Mr. and Mrs. Katherine October for Improvements! In business property In the City of Chamber of Comerce is span
trash. Hall, Mrs. (Francis Meng said. Cnildress. of Ocala. goring a Calf Scramble for a.
Frederick Watterson, representing this week. Mrs. Martha Crews of Hampton StarkeIn right) Is shown receiving one of livestock improvement programfor
Mrs. M. L. Watterson. Items to be sold will be those underwent surgery recently top photo, Wayne Braswell ( Service Station our "4-H and FFA boys. APPRECIATION.TO
urged the city to consider purchasing left from the country store at Riverside Hospital In Jack- the awards for the remodeling work at the Sunoco There will be twenty boys
the Hampton WaterWorks booth at the Halloween Carnival sonville. It Is reported she is on N. Temple Avenuo. The presentation was made by Roy Burn- scrambling for fifteen beef type .
and the matter I II ;to be plus others donated. Anyone Improving, and hopes to be able bam, representing BIP. calves. Ten of these calves will
discussed further at next wishing to give articles to to come home soon. In lower photo John A. Torode (right, owner of Torode Shell 011 be registered and five will be ALL MY FAlTHFUL
month's meeting. be sold may leave them at Sherry Norman, daughter of South Cherry St., receives the other BIP award from Mrs. top grade commercial. There
In the monthly financial statement Hampton School, or contact Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman, will be three groups, five calves
receipts were' listed a. Mrs. Meng. was voted BHS sophomore princess A. Russell Norman and Burnham. remodeling done by both and ten boys in each group.
$350.41. and $490.81 spent Major SCHOOL KITCHEN MOVED and participated In the The committee cited the excellent job of There will be live boys com FRIENDS l
expenditures Included a payment Lunches at Hampton Elementary BHS Homecoming parade, Tor- recipients to their physical plants, and said that both were In step" pletely eliminated at the end. ,
on tree removal, salaries School are being preparedIn nado Whirl, and football gameIn with the slogan "Put a smile on your town Instead of a frown. To be eligible for the scramble "iI,
street lights, sanitation, commission the new kitchen this week, Starke last weekend. a boy must be thirteen .
donation to the calf as "moving day" was last Mr and Mrs. George Kennan -- her husband's death .enjoyed a fish supper at the years of age and not be above ** ,
word of
scramble mowing, police expense : weekend for the cafeteria workers and daughters attended homecoming there home of Mr. and Mrs Clyde the 11th grade during, this school *
and water from their quarters In the at Beulah Church Sunday Harry Taylor was taken to Hall last Saturday evening.Mr. year. He must be reliable, willing
Mayor Ernest Green proclaimed old school. and drove on to Jackson- Alachua General Hospital In and Mrs. P. C. Mabry and able to feed and care WORKERS
: the week of November The food has been cooked In ville to visit friends. Gainesville last week for treat. were shopping, in Jacksonville for the calf. He must agree to
18 as clean-up week In Hampton the old building ever since the, Mrs. K. B. Waterson received ment. Thursday and had dinner with show bis calf at the Bradford
Citizens are asked to cleanup classroom moved to the new word last weekend of the deathof Ernest Kirkland underwenteye Mrs. Mabry's sister, Mrs. A. J. County Fair next March. The' *
'yards and streets, and pile school in November last year, her brother, Mr. Gltman, In surgery, for a cataract, at Lowery. Saturday vllstora of boy and the Chamber are co-
up rubbish for pickup by Friday and since the opening of c.hoolthis Virginia.Mrs. Alachua General Hospital in the Mabrys were Mr. and Mrs.J. owners of the calf for two ** *
and Saturday. Nov. 23 and 24. September, lunches have Ernestine Strickland Gainesville on Thursday last D. Yates of Jacksonville. years. At the end of this timeif
ROYAL AMBASSADOR WEEK been carried to the new building ., who lives with Mr. and Mrs. week. Danny Prast who is a student the boy has fulfilled his obligation *
Royal Ambassador Week was for serving. Installation of George Saxon here, left Satur. Dr. and Mrs. Don Pearson at Sanford Naval Academy reglstraton papers will
observed last week at Hampton cooking, storing serving and I day for Alabama after receiving.INSTANTMATIC and children are visitors this and his mother, Mrs. Rose Ann be presented to the boy and he SUPPORTERSFOR
- - ----- --- -- -- - .j and Mrs. full owner of his calf.
- week in Hampton at the home Priest visited Mr. is then
of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. Homer Brinson and Mr. and This two year obligation applies .
D M. Matchett.Mr. Mrs. Barney Brinson last week. only to registered animals.In .
I> $ and Mrs. Robert Darrah Mrs. Prast Is a niece of the two between scrambles the rOUSt CONTINUING EFFORTS
N1GT and daughter moved last week- Mr. Brlnsons. Dinner guests of Bradford Ropng Club will present -
end from their home on State Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brinson a variety of entertainment IN MY BEHALF FOR ftf-EtfCTION
C.. Mr. and Mrs. featuring good horsemanshIp
Road 325 to Mooresvllle, N. on Tuesday were
where Mr. Darrah Is employedin Robert Clarke of Melrose. We appreciate the Interest this
the textile Industry. Monday evening guests of SINCERELY
Mrs. Harold Rhoden was able Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packham Miss Dorothy Mills were her
to come home early last week were his sister and brother-in- aunt and cousin\ Mrs. Ovella
from Bradford County Hospital law Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jarrell Mills and Mrs. Robert Menotte, RALPH C. lYRE
in Starke. of Jacksonville. of Jacksonville.
Ronnie Dyal, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof Think About It
Mrs. H. O. Dyal worked as Palatka visited Ills parents, "We are only certain of today.'
lighting technician for the play Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan yesterday is gone and tomorrow
"Marriage Wheel" presented and her sister, Miss Dorothy is always coming-, ."-Martin DISTRICT 17
Friday and Saturday evenings Mills, Sunday. Vttnbee. (Paid Political Adv.rtlr.rn.nl
last week at Santa Fe Junior Saturday afternoon visitors of
College in Gainesville.
Mrs. Mary Williams. Hampton
postmaster, and Mr. and
and family Yp
Mrs. Charles Hicks or 4.Q
attended the dedication of the GET READ TOO

new, postotflce building, at Lake
Geneva Sunday afternoon.
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out. quick, quick, quick! Best way to banken Sunday School 10 a.m.;,
route to work, school, shopping. wherever Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Yourself When You Do All Your Christmas
Training Union 6:30: p.m.; Even-.;
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DRIVE-IN BANK HERE! 7:30: p.m.Evening, with Prayer choir practice Service "

afterward. Shopping In Starke
New Life Bible Club i
The New Life Bible Club for
children in grades 1 through 6
meets ,each Monday afternoon
FLORIDA after school in the "Children's

Church.Chapel" at Hope Baptist Part of every dollar you spend in

's'iJ YR.K\E"\! i1: PERSONALS n "".*I Starke stays in Starke where it helps
r 'BJrNK. ; .'A': r. I :. .-, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Chlldj of ,
Lake Worth were weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. .. build a better community for you .
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Childs.
Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Rltch and family. Shopping in Starke
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Mr. and Mrs. Rodney; Hall, Rev. your

and Mrs. Merle Packham, Mr. stimulates local trade, employment,
,, and Mrs. Merle Packham Jr..
and 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips progress, growth helps to provide -

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'" your local schools, streets, parks, playgrounds,
make a man / PARKINGParking
1 churches, and other vital community facilities
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Problem has greatand services.
mind. ly Improved In downtown .

Come look. area. Always Plenty Free Now, at the time of the year when you do, the
Parking In Starkft Plaza. .

8 J most shopping, is the time when you can do

Step into our big-car r; ,, J, V-8 engines that run on OJ BETTERVALUES YOUR COMMUNITY, YOUR.- FAMILY and I -

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lower look is part of it. All for very Christmas Shopping with your Local Merchant. I r
Lower Overhead than In
So's the room and the 'i r,. little more _; Gainesville, Keep Price

larger, easier-to-load I than you'd So, wrap up something for yourself in every .

trunk. Enjoy a smooth, pay for an ordinary car Down.FAMOUS package this year. I

big-car ride on a 124- Your nearby Olds dealer

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Keystone Hilites Indians Dehorn{) .Council. Told- ,


Please Phone In B7 Your JIM Items 4734HgWOMAN'S Rams 13 .O In S May Change

Things. : Watkins
CLUB See-saw BattleThe 1
Mrs Kenneth' Llg-jret. chairman Bill Cole, Boy Tyre and Jim fp By Norma Morgan
for the taste dinner which Zowarka. p A prediction that the upcom-

was held on Friday evening, The proposal for the elimination Keystone High School ing December city election
would Uke to take this opportunity of Section 7, "ArtlcU I of Indians managed a second half might change the balance of

to thank the membersand the By-Laws, concerning proxies rally to defeat the Interlachen power on the Keystone Council
resident who supported the was defeated. Rams in '8 13-10 see-saw batttle In favor of the Keystone Sports:
club's dinner. A record crowdof President Fox commendedCol. last Friday night The only men's Club use of airport( prop
over 100 people enjoyed the Che-sinston and his board comment before the game from erty was voiced by Council

gourmet dishes prepared by in. for the fine performance wit- Coach Roy Bayless was, "I'm / J _, Chairman Roy Watkins at Tues-
dividual members of the club. nessed during the past: year. sure going to miss my two ? 9' d 1 1u1 :Jay night's meeting-
Donations received will be used Following the meeting the captains tonight. Batts has an 1I Referring to action by the-
to help defray expenses of the social committee :had their final Injured knee, and Mike Murr- Airport Committee to terminate
new clubhouse party for the year. During the hee has tonsllltls. dealings with the hunt club and
DUPLICATE BRIDGE social hour; Pro Le Stephenson, Murrhee was able to play the advertise for bids for cattle

The Duplicate Bridge Club, entertained members with his first half, however, and the grazing rights. Watkins said:
sponsored: :by the Keystone "candid camera" films of members Indiana did a pretty nice job "Every now and then an elec.

Heights Woman's Club, meets and their golf swings. The in the second half, despite his Lion changes things. There may
every Monday evening at the pro also narrated films covering absence. & 4T1[ be a different complexion on

clubhouse. Flay begins at 7:30: his recent tournament in The Rams got off to a good lr : 2 this after January."

p.m. Since these sessions are Scotland. start, as they were able to move( I!""" !" -' -' :. (Charles Donohoe, chairman
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open to the public local bridge Club members were sorry to to the 41 yard line of Key T[ ', "''t' '- 1 of the three-man Airport Com-
enthusiasts are encouraged to learn that Foster Howell passed stone, before being stopped. The i1'1 t mittee that has opposed certain

participate. The price of ad- away" after suffering a brief ill \Rams punted, and the Indians '" -- .... 4.. ,: 1.:. ,. practices of the hunt club at the
mission Is only 50 cents per ness.! Mr. Howell will be missedby took over on their own 15 yard ;-.. 1- ,:. : Airport, will bs up for reelection -
player. Where else can you en. his golfing partners and line The Indians also had a :- In December. His defeat

joy an evening of cards and many friends at the club. good start, as they t moved to 1 \- .t:., could tip the balance In the 3-2
fellowship for such a reasonable We were glad to learn that the 38 of Interlachen, before voting that has prevailed on recent .
price? Walter Williams, employee of losing the ball. The ball swapped "" hunt club Issues)

Last week's 'winners were as the club was released from the hands three more times before .'- .:. v i -A---.- ..r \ ." t. I... \..: \._ Everett
follows: First place with 42 hospital over the weekend.The the Quarter ended (neither team :,

points, Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Woman's Golf Associationhad was able to move), and the N. N. tt of the airport committee-Don-
Bannister; second place with their final round of team Rams were in possession. ohoe, Ray Winans and James
4m points were Mrs. B. Boyd play competition on Thursday. A 15 yard penalty, and a L Cook-to make a decision to ad.
and AI Bachmann and Mr. and There was a tie for first place fumble back to their 20, forced fl vertise for grazing rights bids

Mrs. Fremont Tolles; and between the teams of Vonclle the Rams to punt! and the Indians before: putting It to a five man
fourth! place with 40 points, Ketch Lois Walker and Sue : took over on their own council vote.
Mrs. Arnold Larsen and Mrs. Dwyer Vesta .Aiken. Kathy 47 yard line. Keystone was Cook explained the committee

Joe Dey.TEEING. Redfearn and Eva Hall received again unable to move, and punt. had been appointed( to look

OFFt second place honors. ed, the Rams then put together after the airport and were op n.
Vesta Alken and Velma Men- their biggest threat of the used
On Wednesday evening, Nov. Ing areas previously by
6, the Keystone Golf & Country zen represented the Keystone game. Four first downs and a the Sportsmen's( Club for bids
WGA at ths recent Ladles In- 15 yard penalty the Rama
Club had their annual meetingat gave for revenue producing purposes
the clubhouse. The introductory vltatlonal held in Hollywood. a first down on the Keystone for the city. Watkins commented ( -
remarks, presentation of Vesta won first low gross. 9 yard line. After the quarter. : "Looks like! the people of
... .
the slate of officers and election Vonclle Ketch won second low back was caught back at the I r. Keystone are going to find Olltthere'
gross in the Franny Rockefeller 38, Johnell Smith carried the ball
was conducted by the retiring s ,. some undercover stuff
Tournament held at the Golden back down to the 10, but was "
president, Col. Jim Chesalng- V I r) going on around here
Hills' Golf and County Club! in shy of a first down (which hecouldn't Mrs. Joy Baker, former! cityclerk
ton.New officers elected by members Ocala There was a field of 79 get without scoring). announced at Tuesday'smeeting
their players Vcnclle's team tied for The Keystone defense had stop.
and proxies included that the will be a can-
the following: Everett Fox first place at the Dubbsdread ped the Rams, and the Indians didate for city council, therefore t
president; Bob Hayes, vice- Tournament! in Orlando' Oct. took over on their own 10 late eliminating herself from

presldant; Joe Wildt secretary; 26-27. In the second quarter. A beau- the board of election inspectors
Charles McGlave treasurer; JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB tiful run by Mike Murrhee, and to be replaced by alternate Ladle
The Junior Woman's Club will two personal fouls, put the In-
Ray Farris, aasistant-srcretary; Maisa. Another alternatewill !
and E. F, "Buster" Aiken, as- have their regular monthly diana on the Rams' 20. Donnie be appointed.
sistant treasurer.The meeting tonight (Thursday) at Baker attempted a pass, but it There will be a special Coun
following members were 8 o'clock All members are was incomplete as the clock cil meeting on November 18 at

elected to serve a year's term urged to attend this meeting, ran out. And the half ended in 7:30: ( p,m. at whlc'.i! : time petitions
of office on the Board( of Directors which will be held at the new a. 0-0 tie. of candidates for city

:: Mrs. Harold Sutton, (Continued On Next Page> The third quarter started out council will be received.
like a first half replay, with Following one lat round

neither team getting very far, Tuesday! airport hunt club discussion
until the Rams gave the Indiansa reached a temporaryhalt
little assistance. An interception following a 3-2 decision by

by Jerry Turner, a personalfoul council for the city to cut off
on the Rams, and a completed negotiations with the Sports

pass.to. andyGrayson. men's Club with Donohoe Wln-
You save :- Keyistcvie, first fftwn, pa
eoI)W: ," q gave ; ant and Cook voting aye; Watkins -

:' .i-, k4b( 0tt 4 ] :...... ",,tlw.43. of IntwfaAhwy{53 aUsntftrt{ '. .and', "'?f\ .!I! w. 4 'and Fox nay. Spoilsman's:
'Now (3 t
pay ( < ( .. Club president Don Morgan
You save steps- you'll,see how the Rams'asslst: *led l Congressman Don Fuqua addresses guests at ground played National Anthem and other numbers presented Individual' copies to
the Indians Johnny Flowers dedication. councilmen of a letter addressedto
intercepted for the Rams, he for the dedication.
Mayor starnes and Keystone
2-(Part cf crowd of several hundred who gathered -
You save started running and then fumbled 5-Boy Scouts conducted Flag liaising ceremony, Heights City Council! and requested .
money- for Sunday ceremonies.
ball !Keystones Mike '
tha with American Legion. it be attached to( official
Murrhee recovered the ball fora :Postmaster!; ;; William E. Raker; Mrs. Ida Gentry, ,minutes of the council meeting! ,
6 Mr. and Mrs.
5 yard gain and a first down. 1'(, tmasler-emeritus; und Mrs. A. K. Bachman, pres. Roy L. Bridges/ and their house-! Morgan mentioned in the

Murrhee picked another first ident arden; Club; of the l Lakes, who presented citation guests, Postmaster!! General of the Bahamas Claude ,letter that It was Ironic and unfortunate
down to the 26, on a 4th and 4 ,to Mrs. Gentry.; Saunders, and Mrs. Saunders who were honored that a signed lease

play Sandy Grayson took a pass 4-Kevptone Heights High School Hand (in back guests at the ceremonies.: for 15-fiii, along with council(
Baker and in
from Ronnie ran meeting minutes had never
for the first Keystone score, been recovered. The hunt club
Murrhee'a PAT attempt failed, operated at the alrpoit; without
when with both teams played a real exciting Office At Lake Geneva
and the Indians led 6-0 New Post Anti-Litter: Poster Incident that veer lie went on
youBANK game.
3:04 left In! the 3rd quarter. The to say the! hunt club actually li
Rams received the kickoff, onlyto It was not a very good night Contest SponsoredBy plea.ed to ,have fie Aero Club

: lose the ball to Keystone, as for quarterback Donnie Baker, Dedicated In Sunday CeremoniesA Garden ClubhTe In the area and believes a joint
Sandy Grayson recovered a air-wise anyway. He completedonly meeting between aviators and
fumble. After moving to the 32. 5 passes of 19 attempts for
hunters should be arranged.
and 33 yards, and had 3 Intercep Garden Club of the Lakes
Keystone' was stopped
crowd of several hundred Watkt! brought to the attention
grandfather of the present post. held "Antl-Lltter Poster
tlonA Baker was bothered by an
Rams took over The Rams '
spectators gathered at Lake Ge of council that the liability
their 40 and the Rams' defense throughoutthe master. Contest" for the girls of the
back ,
fumbled on neva Sunday for the dedication insurance pol'cv' the hunt club
entire game The Indians Special appreciation was expressed Nigh School Gardeners Club.
the Indians were in good position
were held to 69 yards rushing, of the new past office building. to the Garden Club of Lynn Morgan won 1st and 2nd had been unable to obtain by
the third quarter
as as opposed to 65 for the Rams. Featured highlights Included a the Lakes for landscaping the prize, and Kim Bonner won 3rd. the Sept. 1 deadline to comply
ended. Two things that hampered the chicken pilau luncheon, follow. post office grounds under the Contest Judges were: Mrs. with terms of the lease for
substantial gains ;by
Indians were fumbles, and 80 ed by a dedication speech by guidance of Mrs. Roy L. Bridges. Sara McDonald, Mrs. Charles 'hunting on city property, was
BY MAIL Wlndgate, and another pickupby Congressman Don music obtained by the! club following
yards In penalties. Mike Murr- Fuqua, Newman, and Mrs Ed Dwyer
Gray son, gave Keystone a
by the Keystone Heights High Heights.' extension of deadline! to Oct 8
all of Keystone
hee, who did an outstanding job
down the 1% yard line.
first on
in Friday night's game, also dida School Band, and the presentation The invocation and benediction The posters will be displayed and was In effect at time of
An Illegal procedure penalty
moved the ball out to the 6'. fine job of kicking. Murrhee of a handsome plaque to opening/ and closing the In windows In the business dis the October( council meeting.
Murrhee tcok ,a Baker pass in took over In the kicking department Mrs Ida Gentry, long-time Lake program, were brought by ;J.D. trict. They will tie In with the :having been presented to the
for the Injured Jeff 'Batts Geneva postmaster! by tfie Garden Catrett postmaster of Eagle Boy Scouts Pick-Up Day on city at a special meeting Sept:
for the second Keystone score
Club 16 at which time there not
the Lakes Lake. Nov 32, sponsored by the was
Murrhee then added the extra and punted 4 times for an aver.
Postmaster Wm E. Baker Garden Club of the Lakes. J.o&\thued; I'atol 1A
point, and Keystone held a 13-0 age of 32.2 yards : ,On Next
KEYSTONE STATE BANK lead with '10:26: left in the game I I The fighting Keystone Indiansnow served as master of ceremonies -
Introduced\ distinguish
'A series of fumbles, intercep. have a record of 7 wins, ed
guests including Percy Manley -
and only one loss. They play
lions, penalties, punts,
Member' Postal Services Officer Orlando

F.D.I.C. their last home
Keystone Heights Fla. blocked punts, haltered both game Friday .
night ((15th), at 8 ; W. Hansen Postal Inspector
teams from doing any real business p.m.
"Your and the Indians went on "GO INDIANS! I M"! ; Claude saunders
Friendly Bank
In Your
Friendly Postmaster General of the Ba
Community." to win their seventh victory of Services Held hama Islands; and postmastersfrom Thank You !
the season 130. Even' though
Eagle Lake, Mlcanopy, grateful
the Indians won by 13 points For Mrs. LagasseIn Oxford. Crescent City, Flora-

home, LaCrosse, Waldo Hamp
KeystoneMrs. ton Satsuma InterlacheiC'and'

Mlllberry, Ohio.
Nettle Orme Lagac&e.

A SINCERE THANK YOUDEAR Friday hospital.58, of Keystone Nov.She 8, in was Heights a Gainesville born, died In Rep.area In his Fuqua of Florida dedication predicted will experiencethe that speech this, to the people of Clay CountyFor

greatest growth and devel
Maryland on Feb. 9, 1910, and ,
opment in the next ten years,
had: lived in Keystone for the and
said the new post office
FRIENDS: past five years. She was a
building demonstrates the faith,
member of the Community
that the Government has In
Church. stake Geneva and surroundingarea. the manner In which the voters of Clay County Democrats
Thank you for your tremendous vote of confidence.I Surviving Is her husband. AI Republicans'and ,
fred H. Lagasse, of Keystone A Independents, turned out on Tuesday to overwhelm-
highlight of the
Heights; one brother Charles program ingly return me to third term
was the presentation of a my as your Small Claims Court Judge,
will continue to serve you In a fair, honest and Impartial man Z. Orme, of Dlckerson. Md., and' plaque by Mrs. A. E, Bach. I want to express my heartfelt appreciation. This generous expressIon -
one sister Mrs. Elsie O. Lagasse -
Gainesville. mann, president of the Garden of your confidence in me prompts me to pledge you in the
Club of
the Lakes
ner to Mrs. Ida
Funeral services held at future, as I have in the
were Gentry, honoring her 20 years past, the most efficient and conscientious ser
11 m. Monday In the Com vice
a. of service as postmaster of in this office.

I truly appreciate the support you have given me and with your munity. Milner Church officiating with ,Rev.Intermentwas LeonF. Lake Geneva from 1935 to ,1953.
Special music was provided by
held Thursday in Rockville
continued support and inspiration, we can keep Clay County, safe and Md. DeWitt C Jones Funeral Band Keystone under the Heights direction School of
Home had charge of local arrangements
Mrs. Annell W. Dell, and a Joint James T. Norton
truly a good place to live flag-raising ceremony was pre-
GARDEN CLUB PLANS sented by Boy Scouts and

BAZAAR WORKSHOPThe American Legion Post 202. under Judge
very truly yours, Garden Club of the Lakes direction of Scoutmaster
will hold a Christmas Bazaar Steve Moore and Post Commander Small Claims Court

Workshop Thursday, Nov 21, Lawrence James. r
JENNINGS MURRIIEE; at 10 a.m. at St. Williams Hall. Postmaster Baker gave a Clay CountyPAID
Hostesses will be Mrs. Florence brief history of the Lake Geneva
Sheriff; Clay County Benchoff Mrs. Mary Skell, Mrs. pcstofflce, stating that it was

Mildred Hagan, and Mrs. Edna established In 1905 wlthvEdward

Demarest. A. Kennedy as the first' postmaster "1....
(Pol. Adv. paid for by Jennings Murrhee (D)) Each member is asked to One of the earfy postmasters ( POL. ADV)

bring a sandwich and also material was Sen. Will Baker,
and ideas for the sale. '"- -


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KEYSTONE Mr.\ and Mrs. ;Robert <:Menze.il! VVyV ,they, of Jacksonville spent last Services Frinay daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.I

and family, of Atlanta, were Sunday with Pap and Reba NEWS NOTES C. King. Next Election .

weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.E INDIAN BEACH Norsworbhy. ForR.F.HotfeOf Booster Club Organized .

HILITES P. Menzen and Mrs. E. J. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddishand By: Helen Etaa A Booster Club for the athletic May Change
FalUn. family were guests of Mr. Keystone
(Lake Santa Fe) department at Intsrlachen
of Pittsburgh and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter Sat EASTERN STAR Watkins
Earl Mecklem, Byt Michael H. Chttt7Pfc. Jr.-Sr. Wait,! School was organized Things:
Pa., is visiting his slater Mrs. 475-2171 urday night for a !seafood sup The Keystone! Heights Chap. Robert Foster Howell, 74, of at School
a meeting at the :
:rm Preceedlnx Pace) (Margaret Tracy. who was Just per Sunday guests of the: Carpenters ter of OE3 observed Its 19th Keystone Heights, died unex. Thursday night

clubhouse" d the Senior Won released from the hospital last .AAAA..A&.A.. were Mr. and Mrs. J. birthday celebration Tuesday pectedly In a Starke hospital The club Is being sponsored'by I (From Preceding: P )

man's Club. For additional de. week. We hope that she is now how's by L. Lorimier Jr. of Jacksonville night, Nov. 5. Worthy Matron Wednesday afternoon Nov. 6. the Moose Lodge of '
Howdy neighbors, Mr. and conducted the A native of UnIon County Palatka a qu rum for signing and docu-
tails concerning the meeting feeling greatly Unproved been taking Mrs. Charles Walker Paddy Gllrle and iit to In the
all? Hope you've open anyone
please contact Mrs. Ray Faxrli Kay Sunderland junior at you advantage of the late sum- and sons of Jacksonville were business meeting! followed bya South Carolina, he was formerly area Interested in sUpporting meeting the correspondinglease.

of Mrs C. L. Ashton.ST. FSU, was visiting with her par. having. As I sit :recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. reading on the meaning of southern representative of the" tfae athletic activities of Inter- .
merve've been Cotton Textile Institute and a-. However, the ,,:lUcy wa later
Mrs Richard Shawver and
WILLIAM'S NEWSSt. ents, Mr. and column the ;C. F. Mrs. Helen "Success. lachen Jr.-Sr. High School.
Wilpam's Altar Society Sunderland last weekend. here wilting this the Walker Worthy Patron Hector. Ownbey leader in promoting uniform cancelled by New Hampshire

will meet :Monday, Nov. 18, at Spe o. 5 and Mrs. David Sun. ole lake Is as slick brightly.as glass,and Mr. and Mrs. James Kinchenand and Treasurer Vera Ownbey cost: accounting methods In the Membership cards are being underwriters who notified the

10 a.m. The !ladies. will meet in derland and eon. Mark, of Ft. sun is shining It's really sons were down for the reported on their recent visit to cotton Industry. city of Keystone by letter dated

the recreational annex of the Rllc cer. Ala. were visiting with warming the air. we're supposed 'weekend, and while here, Jimmy the Winter Haven Chapter during Later he organized and successively sold.Officers were chosen at October 14 that cancellationwould
that :
church.: If interested in joining family and friends last week. hard to believe frost on the enjoyed some! hunting. the official visit of Grand : operated a sales agency Thursday's meeting Drexel take effect October 28.

this organization please !be sure David and his family will be to have this time of year. Mr.''and Mrs. Hall and grand- Worthy Matron Lola Kent. : dealing in textile products. Clayton, President; Byron Su'bequ-ntly the airport com
to Join the ladles at this meet moving to Gainesville in Janu- ground bet that we'll have s'on, Chris! bf Savannah, Ga. beautiful emblematic He had lived In Keystone Courtney Vice-president; Mrs. mittee notified the Sportsmen'sClub

ing. .ary where he will enroll at the But, you can Friday v ere visiting her parents, Mr. decorated birthday cake made Heights since 1965. Drexel Clayton, Secretary-treas that! without the insurance
weather on
Parlsioners 'were sorry to University of Florida. very bad and I have a nd, Mrs. 0 W. Ellis, for a few by Associate Matron Grace Mr. Howell served on the liner policy. the lease wa j Ineffectiveand
learn that Alfred Lamm, of Miss Cathy. O7>onoghue. nights. all the home d:ays. Keeth, was served during the War Labor Board during World Most high \school students In requested the club vacate

Keystone Club Estates died in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F.O'Donoghue been going' Keystone to Indians, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James social hour following: the chapter War II, being appointed to that {Melrose presently! attend Inter. airport:: premises and remove: 'I',
of the
games Assisting hosts by President Roosevelt.He equipment. A more recently
tho Bradford County Hospital of Lake Brooklyn I've been a ittended Homecoming Game meeting. lachen and their parents are
last Thursday. Mr. Lunm was is now at home with her family because this season The first I iet, ween' Florida and Auburn, were Winston Keeth, Associate was a veteran of World urged to participate. The date drawn lease, moving hunting II
of reporting their games. and Mr. and Mrs. John War I, serving overseas as a farther from operational taxiways I,
a member of St. Williams Catholic after spending the first part night went it poured down J n 'Gainesville Saturday.Mr. Patron, of the next meeting will be announced I''
Church, where his wife has last week: in St. Vincent's Hospital. we have been and Mrs. W. E. Kite Jr. Hlmbje staff sergeant e was a memberof at a later date. and restricting the use of

been the rganlst for the past Jacksonville. rain. and the nights friends >were down over the weekend It was reported that Mrs. American Legion Post 22. Woman's Club high! powered:: rifles had been
is visiting cold. But, don't worry Is in Ala. Union S. C.. and attended the voted 3-2 aewoval at the October
10 years. Our sympathy Is: of Mrs. Gecrge LaRue bad weather stop will not let
family. and friends in I chua General Hospital and In Community Church of Keystone council meeting and presentedto
feted ti) Mrs. Lamm and: with family As long I'm able, I'll Bingo is played every Friday Maryland.Sgt. me. as the news for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pedersonf need of companionship In the Heights. Woman's Club, was pre. hunt club representatives for

evening at 7:30: ( at St. Wil Lyndle Klrtley former keep on reporting < Jacksonville. were down for evenings. Surviving are his wife, MaryK. sented the president's gavel by club approval. The club voted

liams' Recreation Hall. This is coach and teacher at Keystone you. had a very i I a few days last week. Five area Chapter guests Howell Keystone Heights: Mrs. A. J. Wltherspoon. who not to accept the revised leaseat

open to the public. High School, was a guest last We the Chitty's last week. Wednes- Lt. Sam Butler III and his were Introduced from Gainesville a son, R. F. Howell, Jr., Grif resigned because she la moving. their November 4 meetingand I
Mrs Bill quiet week Waldo Marianna, New. fin Ga. three sisters. :Mrs. Indicated the balance of
SERVICE MEN'S CORNERThe week! of Mr Crlckett, went 'wife Betty of Naval Air Sta. ; Mrs. Bartlett had been servingas
many friends of Gary Wolfe and family Sgt. KIrtley day, my cousin. Mrs. Faye t Ion: spent Friday night with berry, and Micanopy Chapters; Marvin Bowen, KeystoneHelght.s vice-president.: Her pos. power after upcoming cltv election
his assign to see my and Mrs. Emma Short, of Mrs. C. R. Vinson may affect future plans.
waa enroute to new grandmother Mrs. Jo one ;
1 his
and Mrs. Phil
Cooper eon of Mr. Mrs In Alachua General Itlon was filled by
'Kenneth Cooper of Lake Brooklyn merit with the U.S. Army in Hamilton, having j'Strandberg. Lt. Butler went onto East McKeesport, Pa. Union, S. C.; and Mrs. S. A. Kromer. Donchoe asked city clerk Vir-

that Key West, where he will be Hospital as she was 1 Gainesville, to take an The November 19 Chapter Wlx, Atlanta, Ga.; two brothers, ale Homer to read a letter! from
were grieved to learn that morning. Faye is Mrs. Witherspoon was presented -
In scuba surgery meeting will be Memorialand Sidney Howell Llllington. N. Aero Club president Wallv For-
trained diving.! a
Last Sunday Sam II,
lie died while serving! in an in. nicely and was up exam. a past president's pin and a
recovering .
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zowarkaand and Charles Henry Thanksgiving: program. C., and John G. Howell Atlanta dyce thanking the council airport
U.S. Dorothy,
fantry division with the; walking by last Thursday night. gift from the members.Hoste.ssu .
Michael and Tuft were Members wishing to contribute ; also three grandchildren. committee for their efforts,
Butler of Ormond Beach, spent
Our Mrs. Helen
Army in Vietnam. prayers Mother also visited were:
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. While there. I the day with Mrs. Strandberg. Jams and: jellies (some dietary) Funeral services were held at to move hunting: activities awajl
offered to Albert Schoene-
and condolences are ElUs Sr. who: Whitton. Mrs.
!Jim Darby of Jacksonville The my uncle, Johnny English Hilton, of Jacksonville for the Masonic Home In St. 3:30: p.m. Friday Nov. 8, at the from used paved surfaces: at the
the family.We little better after 7 man Mrs. Carl Ford and Mrs.
Is finally a
fWo couples attended the Fla.- Petersburg for Thanksgiving, Gillian Chapel Methodist airport and commending the;
spent several days at his
would like to remind our weeks In the hospital (however, F. T. Hogue.
at the Gator Bowl on may take them to the Owenby Church, Santuck S. C. with committee for having accom-
readers to please notify this re Ca. game the doctors still don't know trailer on the lake, doing some The next meeting will be >
Saturday. home Immediately An Initiation Rev. Carl Harris officiating. Interment pU'hedthe runway improvemasts -
porter of addresses for all what's wrong.) Thursday, night work Wednesday, Nov. 20.() Guest
Linda Lee Anthony will be held at in the church satisfactorily
be in Miss Fred and Corine Thieman of ceremony was Bell
'servicemen, who will not parents visited Mr. and speaker will be Mrs. Marie
Marian Beasley Lorraine Dey my the next chapter meeting. Donohoe's motion to haveFoi'dyce'
Jacksonville spent the weekend cemetery.MELROSE Is
Keystone during the holidays. Mrs. Howard Douglas: and Mr. McCoy of Gainesville. She
During the next few weeks, we and Bruce Moon all attending and MM. Lloyd Dyal In Brook at their lake home. COMMUNITY CHURCH r.VVVYYVYVVV1VVYVT the author of the book "Journey letter attached to official
shall publish these addresses. college at ,FSU, were visiting You people don't: forget to The Board of Trustees met Through Darkness." She was minute,, along with a petition ,
with family and friends over the November 3 and received notifi- received earlier, slimed by''
er.I for snakes.
JIKUR N' THERE really feel sorry for all of keep an eye out chosen "Woman of the Year" in
'weekend cation from the pastor, Revs area pilots oppoed to the use
One of cats brought a
our up
who had tickets to Gainesville five years ago
Mrs. Jim Peterson and children you people Sat 2-foot Coral snake one day last Leon F. Milner, of his decisionto School News of high! powered rIfles at the
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS were weekend guests of that urday. That was :such game a lovely week. She had caught It in the return to his: home Confer By Joyce BoweaA.AA.A.A.A.A. Students received their school air park passed council ap..
Hutcheson of in Texas effective the last
:Mr. and Mrs. ence proval.
shower we .had all day middle, and skinned him 3 or 4 pictures lat Friday The cost
Jacksonville.) Mr". Peterson: and little Inches in several different day of May 1969. A Is Morgan told council that
Saturday. I was beginning to of all the pictures $3.00 or
Mrs. Hutcheson were college think house would float places and had him where he Workshop Round-up Days will Guests at the home of Mr. $1.50 per isheet. Please send Sportsmen's Club equipment'
our be held Nov. 20 and 27, when
roommates. would be removed from
the alepark
Before I forget It, I couldn't move. It gave my and Mrs. R. M. Cason and Mrs. payment to school promptly.
Coach and Mrs. Roy Bayle&s. away. the chairman, Mrs. Ernest Mc this weekend.
mother start when she
I'd something about quite a Catherine Griffin Wednesdaywere Melrose Elementary School
and daughter were visiting with the guess wonderful say column I didn't walked up on that coiled-up Lean and her committee will the Cason's daughter; will have an exhibit at the Putnam Mayor Starnes announced an-
friends in Jefferson need help In sorting and pricing :
DIRECTORYRABY'S family and nual clean-up day in Keystone
have last week. Due to some snake. So, you friends better Mrs. Cecil Harris, of Welaka. County Fair, which beganin
City Tenn. over the .weekend. items contributed for the Bazaar. Heights will be Saturday, Nov.
boo-boo at The Telegraph, my keep watching for those rascals. Mrs. George Thigpen of East Palatka Monday, Nov. 11.
and Mike Murrhee The White Elephant committee
Batts .
Jeff columns were not printed. So It Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrows Palatka and Mrs. J. V. Ford About 100 people attended 23. Approximately 40( area Boy
the coach and desires contributions to
AUTO Accompanied looked for them and didn't spent last week in Tallahasseewith of Palatka; and Mrs. Laura, Open House at Melrose! Elementary Scouts will assist local businessmen
his family in order to tour theCarsonNewman's you be in early so they may be>
In the
city's clean-up
SERVICE find them don't feel bad, I Mr. and Mrs. Mac Humph reconditioned for the Bazaar on McLeod of Welaka The group School Thursday night and
campus. didn't find them either. rey. While they were there Mr. celebrated Mrs. Griffin's birthday observed the changes that have campaign.
resident December 4. Please report earlyon '
Mrs. Alfred Lagasje, a < ,
Complete Auto RepairsAir Mr. and Mrs. Hall and grand'son and Mrs. Barrows celebrated with a dinner. Guests taken place
Charles Wall.
of Keystone for 11 years, tickets to Mrs.
Conditioning Repairs Chris of Savannah, and Ge. their 47th. wedding anniversary, ,Thursday were Mrs. Jessie This is the first year thatMeh'ose ADD MACHINE ROLLS,
died at the Alachua General enlus. .
Ga. and the Humphreys celebrated Yelvlngton, Gordon Filbrtck. has been strictly an- .File Folders complete line office ;
Transmission las White: of
& Automatic
Hospital, last Friday. Mrs. Lag. The general meeting* of Church
visttng! Mr. and Mrs. 0. their 34tn. They went out for a and Butch Fahl of Rodeheaver elementary school. Junior and supplies. The Telegraph. I.
ServicePHONE active in were Women held November 3
who was
asse, was very
W. Ellis la3t week. nice steak dinner, to celebrate. Boys Ranch. Senior high school students! now Ph 964-6305.
473-4404 the Community Church and Wo.mans wllli: Mrs. Leon Mllnar leading
Larry Norwood of Washing "Congratulations to the Bar- Mr. and Mrs. William Lang- attend Interlachen Junior-Sen
Club will be greatly the devotional on "Christian
Little Lake Bedford time rnn'l" ley of Coral Gables and their School.
missed by her many friends. ton, D. C., spent some Altruism." Rev. Howard Dey. ior High :
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Robbtns spent a retired Navy Chaplain and now daughter, Linda, a student of All the temporary buildings

BEAUTY SHOP T. L. Norwood, recently. While few days last week visiting her Directorof Stadcnt Affairs at the U. of F., spent Sunday have been removed. What was '

Norwoodsto daughter and son-in-law, Judy afternoon visiting Mrs. Lang- building
here. Larry took the St. John's! River College, spokeon once the agriculture I'
KEYSTONEBEAUTY the Ida-Auburn gam. and Carl Thomas, and her new "The Dead Sea Scrolls" ley's uncle and aunt, Mr. and now serves as classrooms for

BAPTIST Charles Louise and paulette, granddaughter, Lari: In Delray which were discovered In 1947 Mrs. E. H. Bartlett two sixth grades. .

SHOP Strandbera/jf Jackswylllfi:\ visited '"',, Beach. > and are providing much verlfi- Mr. and Mrs.' Oscar Holley The building that once servedas

First Baptist Church Rev Mrs Jo Strandberg l lfflst* The Jack Miller family wentto cation of the Christian Church. of'Tampa spent Sunday with dressing .rooms and growers:

EDITH JOHNSON. Owner Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sun Sunday. On Thursday1.' Mrs. Trenton last Monday nightto Circle meetings for November her brother and family, Mr.' for the Melrose High foofoall: i I
Creative Hair Styling
Personal- Every::and Form of Beauty day School. 9:45: *' m WOT- Strandberg's sister Mrs. Mary see the Keystone Junior Varsity .18: No.1 with Mrs. Olive Stevens and Mrs. Byron Courtney, and team now provides classrooms'for

Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed ship Services. 11 a. m. and Green of Brooker, and her game Jack's mother, Mrs and Mrs. Mabel Husband. children. fifth grade students. Ask

Monday. 7:30: p. m. Tralnlnc Onion, niece. Mrs. Jack Plntaton of Miller, went along with them to 1:30.: No. 2 with Mrs. Fred Miss Marlene Odom and Paul Rows of books now line the "

II::30 p. m. Nursery open for Silver Springs' Md. visited her. see her grandson, Jeff play. It Smith and Mrs. Williams Walz, Pendleton have set the date for walls of the room that once Charley iJGhs i-:: )
all Weber at she their wedding. It will be Dec science Thisis
NURSERY service Billy and Jimmy was the first football game 1:30.: No. 3 with Granvllle Clark served as a room.

tended the Flot Ida-Georgia massacre had seen In 17 yeai's, and she an4 Mrs. John GIllis, 1:30.: No. ember 20. the new library: the old iib'ary E.

CATHOLIC Saturday evening. Their enjoyed seeing the Junior In 4 ,with Mrs Bert Chrls offers Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons serves as a multipurposeroom.

D.C. Carnes Nursery St. WWJar 1'. Church-Sun parents, Mr. and Mrs. James diane defeat the Trenton team. and Mrs. E. F. Allshouse, 1:30.: spent a few days last week visIting .

Hwy. 100. Florthome 659-2165 day Mass .9, a. m. Wednesday Robbins, were going, but decided Jack's mother attended schoolin No. 5 with Mrs. Nettle Smith friends and relatives InSpartenburg. The auditorium has been re

Nursery Stock Thousands of Mass and Novena, 7 p in.p .. not to, because of that nice Trenton 55 years ago. Lou's and Mrs. Elmer Howe 9:30.: S. C stored.! The new kindergartenclass

Plants 'b Fruit Trees to dhooee COMMUNITY: ciu; :itcii little :shower. mother, Mrs. RubY Dyal and Nightingales, with Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. John Allen of now enjoys the .spacious About This Question:

from Shade Trees, Evergreens tt Sunchy Scl1o ol. 9:40: a.m.. Pete and Joyce Barton also Caroline Kelly and children ot Wallenlus and Mrs. Phillip Garden Grove, Calif. are par ness of what was once the
went to that, massacre with Gainesville spent Halloween ents to a baby girl born November Home Economics room.
Landscape Plants in containers. Morning Worship! 11. Ys.-th:::: Fellowship White 7:30: p.m. Rebeccas with
CAMELLIAS Si AZALEASLet all tssrsagersi.: at 7 p. Fred and Corine Thieman of night with the Millers. Friday,1 Mrs Richard Sunderland, 8 4th. Her name is Candice And everywhere the students-: "On our vacation trip I
Jacksonville. Lou took T. C., Jell, Joan Mil Marie Allen. Maternal grandparents work l U displayed. ,
Us Do Your LandscapingUSED m.: Pas.1 Carr director.: Holy of Gainesville p.m.Mis. are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Maude Watkins was a real Daniel Boone
1st Sunday:! In each Mrs. Roy Crenshaw ler, Paul Martin, Chris Zow Don Wallace and her Certainly
Commun, hero
Wednesday night Prayer was visiting the James arka. Todd Brannan, and Mike committee reaped a harvest of Mullis, formerly of :Melrose, principal, deserves much to my kids until I cut

CARS quarter Service.!! 7:30.: ( -Rev. Leon F. Chitty family on Sunday. Valldejuli over to Gainesville 1 $323 on the recent Rummage now residents of Starke. Paternal credit for accomplishing so off my finger chopping

Connie and Henry Norswor- to see the Homecoming Parade. Sale. Please remember your old grandparents ace Mr. much in a short time. firewood. Infection set in

Hanks Used Cars Milner, pastor. -_ Friday night. T. C. and Jeff at Christmas cards, stripped of and Mrs. W. H. Allen of Mel- Attending Open House were, and the medical costs have

DI COUNT -EPISCOPALSt. Our prayers and sympathy are tended the KeystoneBranford messages, and bring them to rose.Mrs. Carey Ferrell. Putnam County1' been high. Would
BIG CASH offered to Mr. Lagas.se and football game in Branford.Mr. Ray BIrt returned home School Superintendent and they
the educational building soon. have
T E R l\f S Anne's Church. Rev. family. and Mrs. Charles! Walker SYMPATHY EXPRESSEDThis last Thursday following recent some members of the School been paid by a Trip
William I.
BUYSELLTRADERT. Communion Jones, Vicar Holy Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Cochran and sons and Mrs. Charles past: week brought sadness surgery in Alachua General Board. Accident Policy costing
8 a. m. every and M"s. Fred Hospital. She is well. less.than $10?"
and Mr. doing
Doerfler of Jacksonville spent
1. BOX 90 Sunday. First to a number. of families of
Sunday- ...
Hwy. 100, 8 Mile S. Starke Communion Edgar, both residents of Day- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. W,> tie: Community Church. Robert Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. CLASP ENVELOPES all **4* "
a. m. and 9:30: Beach, were weekend W. H. Allen were his sister sizes.- Bradford County Tele. Charley E.
a. m :,! I',, .L .--.I .. I tena Carpenter and Mrs. Helen Walk' Foster Howell passed away on
guests of Mr, and Mrs. Don and How. Mrs. Elsie Raiford and her I graph.
(November 6. Mrs.
th Sundays. Morning Prayer Morgan and family, of Lake er.My aunt Clara and Uncle ell were faithful communicants. son-in-law and daughter Mr. AGENCY

; 9:30: m. Geneva. and Mrs. A. G. Moss of Houston LABEL MAKERS from
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR a. Evening Prayer James Sullivan of Williston, and of the Community; Church and 131
-Sunday. 7 Mr. and 'Mrs. R. L. Bridges of; Texas. $9.95- Bradford County Tele. So. Walnut St.
CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE p. m. Holy Days Gary and Barbara Sullivan his sister, Mrs. ''Marvin Bowen
TIlE BEST FROMEdward's will be announced. and daughter Marilyn entertained :Fairbanks spent ,Sunday with> is treasurer of the Church Women Members of the WMU of graph._Ph. 964-6305. Phone 964-5070
Mr. and MI'S. Claude Ellam Baptist Church will hold -

Building -LUTHERANDlvin Saunders at their Lake Geneva us.Now here's Leeon, To. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth i their regular monthly meetingat

WoruJUp. II.. m. home, over the weekend. Mr. LEEON'S COKRNER Cooper and family go wards of the Church Thursday at 10:00'a : When Ton Use An Andrews Charge

Supply, Inc. Sunday. Holy Communion. 2nd Saunders Is Postmaster Generalfor Let me tell you all a story, condolence on the loss of their .rn. Account

Sunday. Services held Mh the Grand Bahamas. About a gal named Peggy Ar- son, Gary in Vietnam. He and Don't forget the Episcopal Y Prescription t Tax: Records
726 S. Main 3724844GAINESVILLE Mrs. Robert Jackson returned Bazaar, which will bs held
Sunday at St. Anne's EpU- leen. the family have been membersof are Kept For You Us
FLA. from a wsek'4 vacation South Thursday at the Parish House. By
copal Church. Richard Meyerminuter. When It comes to nurses the Community Church for

Florida on Sunday. She's as cute as you've seen. many years. The Bazaar will start at 10:00: Andrews DrugstDa1Dia9647l70:

Ole Peggy was really a whiz, To Albert Lagasses and other a.m. Although a complets lunch

When it came to helping the relatives ct Mrs. Nettle Lagas. will not be served, soup, sandwiches For

Thanks. sick.If se we say, "Be! strong: and of and other food will be
Many Many
there's any way to ease the good courage." Nttle. to all of available.The
Junior Woman's Club will
pain. us, was a faithful and true
Peggy always knew the trick friend. She was chairman of a hold a Bake Sale the day before I

... She brightens up the place. Circle last year, an officer Lathe Thanksgiving.

a Around Alachua General. Woman's Club, and member Duplicate Bridge

Whether handing out desert of the Homemakers Club. Winners of the Duplicate

Or doses of Oil of the Mineral. Althugh Mrs. Janet Lamm Bridge Club last week were:
To The Voters of Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. J.
She sometimes has her prob was not a Community Church
of P. Vose, 1st place; MM. Robert standing
t. j lems member, she was a part you
Clare and Mrs. 5. p, Sar off, P
Even though she's quick as a many activities in which the
''eI Clay County For Your fox. church was engaged and graciously 2nd place; Mrs. Mary Cook and I, -on your head?
'r Like the other day, when they lent her talent as organ- Iva Hillyer 3rd place;

had the accident. 1st and pianist at many func and Mrs. B. A. Allen and Mrs.J. DO YOU OWN OK ARE YOU

A5 '. Splendid Support Wen the lady missed the bu*. tions. The loss of her husband. Bridal. :W. Shower Foster, 4th place. I lUYINC YOUR HOM17

Peggy loves her work, E. A. Lamm, last week U an
As equal grief to all. Miss Connie King was honored -
In The General Election anyone can see.
You'll never find another nurse. MI'S James McEachern, ,who with a bridal shower Saturday \ \ \01a1"

\ Who works harder than she. spent several weeks in the Boston night at Eliam Baptist a11\\e\\\S' b\ s

of November 5thI But, when the day Is over, Eye Clinic, Id now at .Church in the Educational 1\\\\\\1

And she's through helping people home. Her stay there,was brightened .Building. The building was decorated ... 'too -O

'A In pain. by many remembrancesfrom with fall colors. to,150)e't \a11 t \

She's glad to settle down at friends, for which she Is The traditional bridal games \

home most grateful.HOMEMAKERS. were played and the 30 guests

With her husband, little John : CLUB enjoyed refreshments. Come See Us!
Wayne. The Keystone CommunityClub Hostesses were Mrs. Harry

will strive at all times to represent the! people of all.distrlcts of Clay will hold its monthly meetIng Jackson, Mrs. R. F. Simmons. We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile
at 10 a.m. Wednesday Nov. Turner, and Mrs.
County fairly and impartially, and work at all times for the best interestof DEMONSTRATIONAt 20, in Clay Electric hall. Nominations Henry Williams. Purpose

ALL a recent meeting of the for 11969 officers will be Miss King and James Wise of
County. High School Gardeners, sponsored presented at this time. Due to Jacksonville will be married in
by the Garden Club of the Eliam $25.00 TO
the cancellation of last months Baptist Church Saturday $600.00

,OLIN S. HOWARD JR. Lakes, Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle meeting, due to Illness and night at 7:30: p.m. She Is the

chairman demonstrated making small attendance, the October TOWN FINANCE

Commissioner-elect. Clay County Di t. No. 3 dish gardens. Alter each memo program of "Rights of Con- Ing: for both Ute annual Bazaarof COMPANY

ber had made one there were sumers' '. and November pro!J Dec. 7 at Green Cove
N. Are.
(pd pol. adv) enough to place one In each gram "Six Shopping Sins," will Springs and the,, Christmas Temple Phone 9647449TlIUB&DAY.

cta'sroom at Keystone High. lie discussed. Christmas pi ann..' party will be featured.
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--- In Annual Parade --.. .I Services Held Sunday Ban or on, over or across. any occupied !I School' returned home October

30 days
premises.Ma Ip 25. He Is currently on

MorningFor ]. Robert M. Brantley. ;, leave after which his orders

Homecoming Pageantry This On Hunting Northeast Region Manager\ of call. for Dyal to report to Ft. .

the Game Commission, said as instructor -
Rose ,Rucker.. Ala. to serve
Billy Ruled Out "While Judge Patten's order has for helicopter guns crews.

clarified the Sunday hunting 'f It Itr I Cpl. Dyal holds the Army

Services for Billy Rose 81 of situation In Union and Baker Commendation Medal for Hero- J.*
died Circuit Judge George L. Pat. '*
Heights who hunters should remember Medal for
Counties Ism and the Air ;
f. v w. Vetereans ten last Friday ordered the release "
1 Tuesday. Nov. 12. In the that there are other laws Heroism. He was wounded
r of arrested No-
a man on ..Q
Hospital in Oatne3VUle dealing with the disturbance of twice In the conflict -once In
vember 3 in Union County for "
morning ,tl, '
Thursday churches and the discharge of machine gun bul-
held the leg by a
were .
DeWitt C.JOle.l the use of firearms while hunting 4'0\\
Nov 14. from the firearms in public places as let and he suffered crushed
Sunday.In .
Funeral Home at Keyof game on well as trespass laws Hunters ribs when pinned under the
hlj order of release Judge ''It
Helshts. are cautioned always to respect helicopter. .
atone Patten ruled that special laws ".
A resident Keystone private property and the rightsof Dyal's enlistment Is up In .
prohibiting Sunday hunt.lnaIn
Heights for the past 16 years.of the Union and Baker Counties are others at all time*" 1970: he enlisted In the Army ':; '

Mr. Rose Wes a member the for three years upon graduation ,(
of "null and void" because! of

TTT Jewish Faith a veteran member of conflict with regulations of the Dyal ReturnsFrom from BHS. v'
: r and a
World War I. ,
He was Game & Fresh Water Fish
P the American Legion. WISH I'D SAID
ti 17. W87.
al England Aug. Tour
born in Sheriff John Whitehead of 'j
Is his wife. THATMy JNAR.'u ,'DU..t Wf
surviving Union Cuonty. and Sheriff Paul I. 'rh. 1'ueetr .r
KeystoneHeight Florida
Rose of llrn.lfor.1 funntr. .
? Wing In Thrift of Baker elated that In In Vietnam NH.. 1-tie: $ '
N ,; a brother view of the court decision they In r.: 1o ..llIh' of Artumon Ty-
California and one ..s1stelMrs. pun. Ih.. .11..1.:0"11'1' .
of Miami Beach. will not enforce the no-Sunday- Cpl. Robert K. Dyal. 19, U. S. :-: TU CIIKIUITOIt 9 ofAitbmoiiTyiMin.

T.., Nate Shorr hunting laws anywhere In their Army will be home In Lawtey All rredltiii.' of.. the dereu entitle srd. ii r*

Fla.cantor Jack Zucker officiatedat two counties. Both officials emphasized finances are getting in this Thanksgiving Day lastThanksglvina h..r..h ntltled. and r"'I..lr..1 ilemnml"which 10 oJ
in'' however that they In rile nay eINlina| | or : l'
services. Burial was such a mess you would thinkI was lh.'Y :nmv I havr agnlnat
the will continue to enforce state Plelku Vietnam as a crewchiefon ..1"1. In the offli-e ...f the ,.
Ieights Cemetery.Parents was getting advice from the Hiil.l ; ..
Keystone_ .r.tdf.1. i o nity -
'i laws forbidding the disturbance helicopter sunshlp.Dyal'l I'xuntp.1nOIris nf
jl'overnment.-Dale hold ridge a In the voarthunaral
of any religious or other lawful shot down within .. xfiilinilur
ship Klorldn.
was ,
1 The Langford (S. Dak.) Bugle. l Hinrkv. .. dole .
fro. I"* !
gathering and the general inonthK : '
.I :'a rhy !three times during hU year's of iiiin ..
Can See statute prohibiting the discharge tour of duty with the U. S. nf.itu-e.tlif firm Kiu-li: iiiiMlj'iiiion rliilm. or rti-miintJ IJ

of a firearm in any public placeare The search for truth is so Assault HelicopterCo. must i.f 1 In wl'ltln.ii,1"V'e"i!>irir.oBVi.rfu. 1
Army's 189th :: :: ; : I t't
:i :: .
Junior Class- Princess Sherri Woods nual homecoming parade held Friday af- 9th Grade. Test difficult that( even preachersare ., "Avenger Ounshlps." In ... i'iiVi'l'wM, of"tlu.n\5iil'm.

smiles at the spectators during the an* ternoon. unable to itsexposition. under and iiiiinl lop ""'..rii -
Results At BHS asked to contact Miss,! Jacqueline agree upon one.crash he was pinned lInt hU HKint.r' hl. f

H Magner at BH3. .-N. DeVane the ship for two hours while attorney the! -lnliiiiint.or II will Iwromiolil :{

Results of the 1968 Florida The state-wide ninth grade Williams Holmes CountyFla. Americans and Viet Cong fought .aivorilliiir to V'vVi.u",

State-Wide Ninth Grade Tests tests cover both aptitude and ( .) Advertiser."A over the smashed copter Fin /n Novtnilnkr; Velinii 111'11..1 i il..

'' have been received at Bradford achievement. In other words It ally "Charlie" as Dyal refersto VKI.M.V:\ UUAXTvi.uiru
of Artii-
..I UK* itin: e'
R'r High School: it was announced tests what a student should cash in !the enemy decided he ruin:, '1')'"..". r Wednesday! Nov. 13 know and what he ,has learned. man can good couldn't get at the ship and left imliiti'Htlon mi. Nov. 11,

Parents wishing t't) see how Achievements tests include social resolutions if he keeps them" the area Dyal recalled. 11MISTholllHH". .'it I'Inrrc '

their children :scored on the studies. English mathematics long enough to earn dividends. The .son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo 2il.l-l'i; r> sort Tt-mpli' Av .n"*

tests are welcome to do so and and science. -Fred R. Grown, The Bergen Dyal of Lawtey the l-year-oM! Htiirki. Klorlilni.fur t-II I
(N. J.) Citizen. 1967 graduate of Bradford High Allorm-y oinjr |It fi'}




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kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy George E. LaRue

'. If you find your name among the Classified Ads, Clcmson. Layton travel trailers INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

0 Liberty. Taylor. Azalea.
;..\, come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Buy sell, trada. Year bank fl- Fire Homeowner

free sit and de- LIFE & ACCIDENT
anclng', up
FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre 301 Drive
-/ or
I ,. :' 17. Keystone Height 4.73-469S
.."ft1tI'i>,;, Theatre Passes In. MART DUC., 6912 Bland Ing.lax. .

7TI-S776. tfchg; '
Cheryl Norman Sophomore Princess, rides the prize-winning float In the WANTED USED fU COOk

BUS homecoming parade. INS BANOII stove or electric rrfrinerators.
New Innersprlng USED VACUUM c1e *.. reConditioned -
CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box Springs AT REDUCED RATES! 915 up. 10) different beds dinette sets bedroom
AUTO, FDUB, BOAT sets, sofas and chairs. Phone
name brand, to OJIO MW from.
Up to IS word. ____- IJU Drop Vm A Crt' er Call. DOYLE H. OONNERINBURANJDR Parts excellent repairs all 984-7923.' Dahmera. tfchg

(Minimum charge) FALATKA EA 6-01M : AOEN01
make. KIRBV SALES a MEN WANTED Men cottage

Bach word over 15 ? .07 MRS. PEGGY SMALLER! tfch* SERVICE 712 N Main. OaintsVllle parents age over 21. Startingpay
900 E. Adkliu ilL .b 374-7110. tfchg $295
month promotion opportunities
Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired PUMPSNEW and regular Increases

.' paid nt advance. ___, 35 Upholstered &: Refinished AND USED DID YOU KNOW lt'3 easy to in pay. 8 hour day 5
MATTRESSES REBUILT own a Longchamp Home?
day week sick leave vacations
Memorial, Resolution ........ Acini SALES-PARTS-SERVICE. Better built for FJwfte) living state retirement. U Interested,
1 Deep & Shallow Wells Youi plant or ours.
please apply In person PersonnelManager
t cents per word HASTINGS MATTRESS Water Softeners & FilterFzpert Vour lot or ours. Contact Bui'oid -
( Sunland Training Center -
& UPHOLSTERY WORKS Mitchell phone G64.
t Sert-ice On Gainesville. Fla. tfchg
I V1k CARDS OF THANKS 710 Limos St. Palatial All Makes 6853 P. O. Box 238 Starke.

ttJ''Q FOR RENT room furnished

50 word. or 1 tea .__- 3.00 Phone 964.7061DURRANCE< cottage 3 miles South of Starkeon
301. Ph. 964-5801. tIED
Each word over SO __ .07 AND SUPPLY CO. JIMMY MOORE'S


ner home. 3-bedrooms. 2 baths ready for occupancy. 3 bed- MOORE BOAT SOB All Your

Lure family room separate room 1 1H bath. located lust NeedsSpecializing
'.. dining, room and den. In excellent outside of city limits in YOUR MONEY
Starke Ph. 964-5791 in
residential neighborhood. lIIli- Plnebroeze. Easy monthly ;
.. ,. <: Call SERVICE !Mobile Home InsurancePh.
".. ,.. 11\. 064-5641 after 5:30: p. m. terms. Longchamp Cant Co
\, > ttchgTHE Contact B\ford Mitchell SPECIAL: Starke 964.6818

pone 994-6853. P O. Box Ski Rig .___-- $395.00
New Model Engines arriving
738 Starke. tfl\bt

'9 Gracious Living: NEW FOR RENT-2 bedroom house very day. Now OpenFor

Town HouleAPARTMENTS nle neighborhood. Elec. Range

and Gas Heater. Phone FOR BENT TV sets baby Business

The BHS Freshman say "Sock It To the float is Freshman Princess Brenda 9645801tf beds electric guitars and ampllfiers '

'Em" on their homecoming float. Riding demons.OTICK '. Sell or RentFurniehed DoItYourselfSEAMLESS refrigerators by day Turntable
FOR RENT-Large 2 bedroom week or month. Phone 864- The

furnished duplex apartment. tfchgEZEBA3E
:>\ or a.1LF] plat of Mt. Plea.unt"itulidlvliilon. loss or Unfurnished 7923. Pahmers.
Notice U Hereby given, that .n Hllvr iJiae. Plat B: ..i>k 3. (HL4AL.) Carport and laundry room. Ren- I Record Shop
uunuant to a Final JuiiKiiteiH. Pane 43 of the I'ublk- ll !uord. /rhnrleil A. UBIliy.rierk .circuit. Court Buford Mitchell ner Apia.) 833 MoMahon, 9646279 TYPEWRITE
of Foreclosure' entered In -aiimi of Uradforil County Florliln. Of "Khe PAPER Mimeo Paper Bond
numbered 294. In the Circuit lit. public\ Rale 10 the hlnli"Htnml Hy yiorlnla F. IJiirby Phone tfchg .:
Court of Bradford County. Flor beet l bidder for ,rush ,nt the Urpnty, Clerk11'itcvrii. '"-8853 9V4-67M riper, Notebook>> Filler .1
ida. I will eell the propel ty Hltimtvd Mouth Door of the Ilinilforil Toweri FOR RENT-Furnished apart r'rmdfoH K-qtuy Telegraph. 167 W. CALL ST.
..Florida. In aim'Kv, fr flay
deK-rlued In Bradford: County County. between. Courthouse 11:00: a. 111. and l: an Florida
Tract SB. acuordlnic to Map or *::00 p.m. on November ZJiiu. .imvlll.. Florida| 311H'iXtTHI1 Jt 11/11 No. 888 Just 3-4 mile out of I .' '1 furnished. Phone SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned, PHONE 964-5117
St..keOoe acre lot 4 room and ; 9646852.t oiled!! and adjusted In your

bath bungalow-Yea t Only $2,. ""It'f t. ''t home 93.00. Vacuum cleaner. repairs -
900. FOR SALE-3 bedroom 1 bath also. All work guaranteed.
'TO ...:.'.:\U ; : I FOR RENT-3 bedroom home.
GAINESVILLE In IrrilU (.u..t. llrmlforilC No. 559- NO BUILDINGS! (12 'K .I Y conrets block hoiwe. Large corner ; Dennis' E. Cogglns. Phone 431-
..HIII,.. Klurlilni III CNimriiT.'nil '. beautiful ,Mg.. sites though) 169 : lot. Located 1027 Butler Rd. 1428. tfchg Will be vacant Nov. 15.

Allen' ** NK June 447 I'owrll, 1'hthHlfrt'lllhun fertile acres! : 70 under plow -,--. -. $11.500. Ph. 0845887. 8t-11-12 SEVERAL GOOD USED Add. 9645413. tfcbgFOR

fern I'owell Jr. l>e- 65-70 Improved pasture. Eat. Furnished efficiency -
ftlllHllt.NOTIOK. MEN WANTED Laundryworkers. LOSE WEIGHT safely with Ing: Machines for sale electrics RENT-
Business Directory TO .\1'\It Stock Cap: 100 head. 3 waterhole Kltr.heaids., laborers Dex-A-Diet Tablets. ONLY 98c ; subtraction, credit ba!- apartment. 950 month.

You ToVI1llnni: are hereby I'enn l notified Powell. !,Unit Jr. 500.*1-3. Beauty dn.STROUT buy for beef. $37. cottage. parents watchman at Mitchell Drug 3tp-11-1. anc. Bradford County Telegraph Renner Apt., 633 MoMahon. Ph.
ben fllvilRKRlniit U 964-6279 tfehjr.
linn .
n milt for Divorce cooks and clerks ground- !
you In the above l nunivuCuiirt REALTY. 2117 N. WAITRESS WANTED apply 1 In
AUTO SALES MEN'S WEARSTAG and ,tuu. and yon nt your arerrIulrrd Temple Ave., Starke Fla. keeper truck driver. Five person at The Longhorn Restaw- WANTED USED WRINGER FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bedroom
to nerve a ropy
tmuwt-r or pleading to the i-oin- 964-6609 day week, eight hour day rant. tfch washer: Will pay cash or take house.' 964-5884 or 570 W.
BRASINGTON plaint. on the l'I"lnll"ttor- State retirement vacationssick In trade on anything Dahmers Call St. Itchg
CADILLAC-OLDSMOB1LE: ney Honorable. Klorlilu Uvorxe and file H. the Plerrf.Htnrke. or- TRAILER LOTS leave. If Interested please) FOR RENT-Partly furnished 4 Dlcount House. !tchg,

SALES SERVICE iKlnal In the nffli- of the Clark: LAKE ACCESS apply In person Personnel r-Mt apartment. 2 bedroom andlt'e FOR RENT-Unfurnished house.
Stanley Blacker CoateS of the Circuit Court on or l ho. Manager, Sunland TrainIng DRESSMAKING Alterations 3 large bedrooms. Elizabeth
hill. Phone
Fine Selection of Used Cars Arrow Dress Shirts for the Uth lay( of rMa'mlwr.11I6H : :: 9646937.tfch
Fla. sewing in Seymour, 527 N. Walnut St.
Taken On Cadillac Trades ; othrrwlm the HllenHtlotiHof $15 Down $15 :Month Center Oilnesvllle. and all types my
Puritan Sweaters mid fomplalnt\ will be takflta Lake Lots tfchg home. 2 miles South on Hwy. Starke. Itpd. 11-14
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 Peters Jackets cunfe.ued by you. $2500 Up PLUMTIfQ REPAIRS Can 100. Phone 964-5348. Archie and
ThU notli-e "hull he l publishedonce | -Investment FOR RENT-On terms. 2
Ladle Properties RENTALS NEEDED Furnished easy
Sportswear each wrek for four roiixv- Resale Thomas 407 Center StStarts. ?, Mildred Holllngsworth.Stchg.
CRANE cutlveveek.. In the Aradfor41County or unfurnished. Strout Phone 964-7667. if no -11-28 and 3 bedroom houses. Road 100
LINCOLN-MERCURY 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Telnrraph.\ S.E.McKAYRealtorAppraiser Realty 2117 N. Temple Ave., East. W, H. Nollman Starke.
9645637. 11-2
.. oC NovciuWr. arc rer Stchg-
Authorized Sales A Service 1949.. Starke. Fla. (904)) 964-6609- TWO BEDROOM house for rent. tfchg
'(HKAI-) FOR SALE-1963 Honda 3-90 417 Cherry Phone 9645042.
2201 N. MaIn- Ph. 372-4373 S.
Chiirlva A. T,arhy.Clerk Keystone Hts. 473.4816 THANK YOU NOTE.Beau. NEW 7 Room brick home for
MOBILE HOMES Court Low mileage, mechanically per'feet. tfchg
of the Circuit
Crane ImportsVolvo fly HeuUh M. Moody, tlfully engraved If gull or Sacrifice at 'I 1JO cash. Ph. sale. Central heat. Across
Deputy Clerk BUY SELL TRADE sliver $1.23 for box of 23. Including DISHWASHER WANTED street from Soutlulde Elenrven-
9645087. 4t-U-Il
n/,44t, In; Bill Powell envelopes Bradford tary. 1019 Eastwood Drive. Ph.
MO Austin Healer MUSTANG Adult( ) Apply in person Long-
Real Estate Ooiintv. T,,><"*ranJ. tf OUT OF TOWN horn Restaurant 301 9645770. 2tp 11-21
606 E. University. Gainesville South.Itchg
Can 964-6464 LOTS tolUbl for house trailers .
Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc.Galne.vWe's in the Starke Plaza ROOM RENT freo for light CALL US FOR YOUR BOOKKEEPING .
'..... Cuvrt OfMriKl'oril or modern homes priced .t
1.. The ( Judge FloridaNO. e maintenance! work. Underwood (850.00 each. WILL BABY alt In my home. SECRETARIAL.

ELECTRIC MOTORS Discount Mobile ,..unIn Countr, 1968 VW-AM-FM radio stereo. Motel. Ph. 964-6985.: tfchg Three bed room frame modemhome Phone 9645420. Itchg TYPING. PAYROLL. AND IN-
Home Sale Lot. re K.tate of Arthmon. Tyiion: tape bue with vinyl top. Takeover COME TAX WORK 964-5758.
NEW MOON CAPELLAAs I>*..".<. payments. Phone 9645270. FOR RENT-Large 3 bedroom with large lot factor U.

ELECTRIC Low as $100 Down To IOTICI All P<.u"n"Of PHOBATK lnter".td In John. 2tpd-M-14 unrurntehed house. Contact Mrs.D. 8. 301 sultabte for business Idexlred. JEEP WILLIS with everything

Motor Repair Co.Of 482 N. W. 13th 378-134 The Kutale Of Hald Decedent!. L. Sllcox. 331 Clark St. Itchg Price $8.000. intact but engine. Also 2 engines FOR SALE-14 ft. boat. 9.5

Furniture Tops Windows You are Instrument hereby notlfleil purportlinc tlintwritten HELP WANTED A. J. THOMAS. Realtor for Jeep one dlaauembl- Evlnrude Motor Trailer. Boat

a will and leatuthent MALE AND FEMALEIS FOR RENT-Furnished cottage Tel. 964-S701 cover Oars ete. Call
Gainesville Inc Windows Awning to l h. the lent ( ed. Also assorted parts from 9645378.Up

RepaJrlnaRewindlnlJ; 118 N. W. 1Mb 372-8191 admitted of aaltl to. decedent probate hap In born lliUcnnut. $2.30 HOURLY worth a So on Klngsley Lake. 3 room and drive shafts to ..tHrlllaaear

New and Used Vou. are hereliy conimiintl- postcard to you? Easy to earn bath. Adults Phone 533-2056 POSTED SIGNS: Treated to rebuild kit. AU for $330. Call
ed within mix calendar moiilhxfrom flO to 115 dally distributing I| after 9 pjn. lip 9645736. ltp
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 SEWING MACHINES the date of the flrat publlvatlon withstand weather 20e each BUILDING 'MATERIAL plywood

of thl. notU-e to appear If famous Watklns products to established $2.23 do*. Special price on larger nails paint door., locks

GARDEN SUPPLIES any In this you court can and why allow the action vsuse.. or customers In Starke. FOR SALE-8" table saw: 4" quantities;' Bradford County WANTED-Lady managers for roofing electric supplies plum.

National Sewing Ihl.l court In pdmilllnld will Full or part time. No car or Jointer with motor and stand. Telegraph i tt interesting work with faclnat- blng. We will save you money

Johnson& Faris, Inc. Machine Co. Inc. l to evoked.Theron prohnte. should not stand un- Investment. We help you get R. W. Brannen phone 964-6449.. Ing new company. By appoint- at Orlffls Trading Poet\ 2 1-3

Complete Line oflasectlcides A. Yawn started. Writ N-2. Watkins lip FOR'SALE-3 bedroom tram ment only. Call 473-4791. miles North of Starke on 301.
County JudgeFlrut P. O. Box 2447. Memphis hou6 fully furnished. Locatedon
Itchg Phone 964-7289. tfchg
flFvnll Pf.TCI on :Novem1.er -
Pfaff New Home Nelco piiblUatlon Tenn.
Itp 301 N. 5 miles from Starke
Pet SIIPPUUFERTD.IZERS 14. 1 / I.Thonian
: Used and Repossessed ANTIQUES. Used furniture!,
I'lerce2A3.205 4500. Contact M. HingjonOiceral .
Sales Repairs AU Make i.AT.ntple; AvenueXiarke. FOR RENT-Small 2 bedroom toys bicycle and parts. We Delivery. Lawtey. It BABY srmNO done in my FOR SALE-Quaker oil beater

"We Rent Fertilizer SJl"eaders"iu bid. W. University 378-1355: Attorney. for" l"et'll.n..rIIIIt furnished house located 734 N. buy. sell and trade. Orlffis home Monday 'thru Friday. An- 50 gal. tank and metal stand

N. W. 8th Ph. 37247 ? ?.? Walnut Street. Can 964-7444 or Trading Poet 2 1-2 miles Northon FOR World Book Encyclopedia ne Gocdge. 504 N. fit. Clair $25. Calvin Hall Lake. Geneva

9645070. Itp 301. tfchg call 964-6560. lip 11-2 Itcha: Fla. 473-0071.( ItchgTR1JItSDAY.

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\ 1U sponslble exhibits forks were booth displayed.!in which The!! 00000.................................... ..............

25 Years Ago ,grand championship, Purpl I I
I ribbon, was won by Hampton. I
By; Alice McOarvey Starke placed second, Graham .
third. Rising fourth and Lawtey -'
fifth. The Judgments were)
More than 8,000 persons paid made on the tRIlls of quality I
admission: to the 1943 Bradford variety, educational value, arrangement ARKE MERCHANTS I
County Fair sponsored by the and appearance.
local chapter of the American Some of the Individual winners .
Legion. School children were of first.: prizes were: Glen .
admitted free.Because Conner,honey; K.B,Wattsraon, .
of the war, exhibits sweet potatoes and turnips;
were limited and prizes were Mrs. May Touchton, canned
ribbons and money from 25 meat; Mrs. L. T, Casey pillow i INVITE YOU AND YOUR "FAMILY TO !
cents to two dollars, tops. Each case; Mrs. Ruth Frazier pick
section of the county was re- les; Mrs. W. H. Smith, knitted
cap and booties; John B. Crif- 0
fls, sugar cane; Mrs D. W. .
Moore, snap beans; Mrs R, .
FLORIDA R. Prevatt, one dozen brown 0 '
eggs; Mrs. C. Van Alstine, one 1 '
dozen white eggs; Mrs. L. H. : N .
Futch, four first, fresh fruit jellies ,
THEATRESHOWTIME fruit Jules tatting; Mrs. K. 0
B. Watterson, canned vege- U .
tables and canned fruit; Mrs. ( DOJELAND
-- M. L. Watterson. quilt 0 .
Weekdays 7 P. M. .
Volunteer firemen of the .
Sunday 3 P. M. Starke company were Invited to .
1 P. M. .
Saturday a chicken pilau supper at the .
new fire station by Fire ChiefR. .
NOV. 15, 16
FRL, SAT. C. Buford. .
Double Feature Program With so many of the young .
volunteer firemen going into .
ai military service it was decided I
I that the dues paid into the orjgaalzation i

supper. would Chief be Buford used added for a' I TEENAGE FUN TOWN I

some money to the kitty and'
Mrs.and serving.Buford did the cooking ?"

Firemen enjoying the supper' '
1 were: Billy! Jackson Buddy'' .
Bishop, Bobble Turner, Billie .
CO Jon, Warren Winkler, Edgar 5 FUN' PACKED DAYS :
Wilkinson, Elbert Thornton, :
Carl Ritch, Babble Biggs, Ad- 5
CUNTEASTWOOD olph Gay Charles, Charles Darby, Parker, Herbert,Mayor ,. and EVENINGS :

t Green, George Kenis and A. J, .

Wilkinson. .irh,..If,n .. .
: j .r4aliJn'irl4'+ .r : sl.'arfirw. r"
HANG EMPLUS The first pecan sale of the __ November :
season was held November 9 : .
with a small volume 712 ,
j .
pounds. They brought A! aver
age of 29 cents per pound.
.: II. 1.
:Money raised to clean and _
maintain Crosby Lake Ceme-j, __ .
tery has been used up, reported. ) _
Carl Johns, treasurer. of the Location
.., fund. : :
MGM t Police Officer Ben C.Holtzen- 0 ..t __ BETWEEN CALL ST & MADISON
6CEORGEPII[ ,> dorf has been the prime mover .
PROOUCIION In the endeavor. The plan has ST.RIGHT SMACK IN THE .

', GEORGE .be' been maintaining to keep the one cemetery man after busy, .. U-- ---. ,.., TIE- MIDDLE OF WALNUT ST. .
HAMILTON ; It 'had been thoroughly cleaned.D. .
A. Judd has given his time
PIESHETiE free to supervise the work. The : 4-Kiddie Rides-4 !
'ANAY1SIOI&I1IOCOIDI! only source of funds has. been .
NOV. 17, 18,19EEAN The local Woman's Club was EAT and SHOP IN STARKE. ROCKETS
: host to the District Four Florida 0 .,. BOATS *
Federation of Woman's Clubs
1VTINMITC with 44 official delegates attend. 0 <-: : 3M8> 8wC"fr > see latest FALL MERCHANDISE. Browse through KIDDIE KARS .

ing. 0 x' the latest and most beautiful array of fashions, gifts, .
welcomed -
Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch
delegates and 92 club i'-- :It": and things for the home stock up on groceries .

TL7M' theme members of to which the meeting was "Sharingin the 0 FREE :5; get clothing and shoes fix up and refurnish 4 Adult-Teen +
IWUMOUNTnCTlW,- National Defense." Luncheonwas : drape your home make that beauty shop .
served at the Guidon Gr U. en.-i. .t appointment. clean garments get) ,drug 4.

V)..i.t RETURN THIS PASS AND .:. supplies service your car get those Age Rides I -

0 a. -...- GET A 2 needed tires place things In layaway while selections .
..t :t. are complete .
71/TWl .
': :: .1_ FREE .t OCTOPUS .

.,. .
.... .,
k < !It.! 15c With I Merchants't Tickets .

; > & (Notice Only One ._. Get KIDDIELAND and .
"Change is exciting...espe t f> To. A Child) .*. your .
dally when someone says to '
'keep IU'! Good Only .F. TEENAGE FUN-TOWN TICKETS here 25c Without .

X TuesdayWednesday ,2 j 0

0 4 Thursday .;; *

0 .:..: : + +4P. :. 0

I 301 Drive-In + SPONSORED BY THE MERCHANTS Starke Chamber of Commerce :.


ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60c .. 0
I Children Under 12 Free 0 0

Double Feature 0
1' / 0 Get Your Ticket From Any Of These Merchants. 0
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PLUS 0 Carp's Mary Carter Paints 0
Bradford County Telegraph .

IF YOU'RE THIRTY,YOU'RE THROUGH! The Branding Iron Restaurant D & V Texaco Service Station Van H. Priest Co. .

52%of the nation is under 25 and they've got the Tastee-Freez Drive-In Holiday Inn of Starke Starke Motor CourtStump's :

power..that's how 24 year old Max Frost *
I 0 New Method Cleaners Bank of Starke Dept. Store 0
II I II became President of the United Community State

I States...it's perhaps the most ( #. 4 Andrews Economat Florida Bank at Starke Doyle, The Cleaner *

unusual motion picture you Andrews Drugs First Federal Savings & Loan To-Rena Motel and Restaurant .

will ever see! The Turntable Record Shop Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds .
4 Association of Starke *

> 0 Koch Drugs The Garden Restaurant Temple Motel .

4 Top Dollar Denmark Furniture Co. Bullington Studio and Gift Shop *0

: Williams Jewelry Western Auto Associate Stores Jackson Building Supply 0

Terwillegar Motors Starke Hardware" Hurst Service Station :

*mr : Badcock Furniture Mitchell's Drug Store Gem Jewelry .

5"HOBRDOKEDBEGLEVri Stan's Bootery Bradford Barber Shop Faulkner's Gulf & U-Haul :
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IMa American iQLtrr.O.IMAa Int.rn.tlon.lIctur... A 0
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