Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


k Christmas I ::J'r), Uniform Firm

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Dec. 6 i' Buys Fr.ij'STO Dig' uaPlant d

Annual Christmas parade > "! T.k
sponsored by the Retail
Merchants Division of 1

the Chamber of Commerceis

set for 4:30: p.m., Saturday "

Dec. 6, and float' Tues.
t$ entries are now being sol
icited. ;

The parade will assemblenear
the Bradford High football Sale of Die Dad's Starke

field at 3:45: p.m. and get under- plant to Cadillac Overall
way at 4:30.: It will travel southon { J Volunteer Supply Company of Detroit -

Orange Street to Madison, Mich., was closed at
east .on Madison crossing over Nope it's not a long-haired boy. It's Miss Susan Weir one 2 p.m. Tuesday accordingto

I US-301 continuing east .over of two of the feminine" sender: who have enrolled in auto mechanics D. S. Siceloff.. Jr., pres-

the railroad tracks to Cherry at the 1'o-tech( Outer. Susie' and Miss Marie Crews are Firemen ident of Big; Dad Manufacturing

Street to Court, then north on taking the course no they can maintain their own curs that Is, Company Inc

/(t/4/i and Any Anne MUL h Court to the Florida Bank park- as far an an cnninp tune-up and things like that go. The supply company

chLfftmn of. Spt. and fln.. Qohn IlLUen Ing lot Irstrurtor ljulnrv: dard.ter tits the time when women will OrganizeTen manufactures uniforms and rents and hat industrial
in prizes will be awardedthe
Stcvihe.aive. $100 winning floats. First place work In garages and tune curs because "it's getting no you can'tget several plants around the

dk winner will receive $50, second menThe studuils above arc using r.n Anal-O-Scope to country, Siceloff said. In

in 1621 place $25, third place $15, and tune an engine. men met and organized its Starke plant the company
that Lnt Thankt&iving
of. f fourth place $10. the Starke Area Volunteer will manufacturepants

Schools, civic .organizations!!!, Fire Department and shirts.
churches scout businesses and .i dt Tuesday night, Nov. 26, according
'tj available to
V to Ralph Bryan, No one was
A DAY OF THANKSGIVING all Interested persons are !Invited
to participate by entering chairman of the joint city speak for the owner but Siceloff

Thanksgiving is the oldest observance, unique to the floats, cars, horses, bicycles, a county fire committee, in a said that an engineer Dec.will
further step towiard coun be In Starke on !Monday,
United States, whch?: we now commemorate as a national holi and other appropriately decorated ty-wide protection. 2., to re-engineer the plant for

day. It began with the pilgrims at Plymouth after their first vehicles. Its new operation and that the

harvest in 1621. From their tenuous foothold on the edge of Local merchants have also of Starke was supply company will probably
made arrangements for Santa Harry Green
an unknown continent, whose limits they were never to know, December president. of the group begin hiring employees shortly.
Claus to visit stores elected
grew the English colonies, the conviction that government derived 16.24. wl.lch plans to provide fire pro- I've worked extremely hard

its powers from the people, the American Revolution and finally Christmas .store hours will beset tection for the area Immediately getting a good, substantial buyer -

the United States of America. from normal opening times .outside the Starke city limits for our plant and I feel

What happened then through the years of our national to.9 p.m each night from Mon. and to assist volunteer that this is one of the top

history and what we have the opportunity of carrying forward day, Dec 16. through Monday, I groups in Lawtey, Brooker and companies," Siceloff added told that The it

today should be remembered with humility and thanksgivingon Dec. 23. Christmas Eve stores / ,. Hampton. Telegraph and between!
elected will probably
the 28th of November, 1968. will close" At 6 p, ..mPecan Loran C. Drown was to
and three 200 and 300, up
We defend again the principles of human freedom on the ,. secretarytreasurer, Orau- employment gradually.
Bill peak
battlefield. We should be thankful that we have the strengthto director, named are Roberts and "I've enjoyed running the
do so. Our harvests were never more abundant, and our This Is a bookkeeping and offices practice course In operation don, George plant In this communIty" Big

material wealth never greater. Our original dedication to the ,Monday night nt the Vo-toch Center.: Instructor Gene Robert! Orris Other\ M.members Turner. of the newly Dad's president commented "1 :

worth of the individual is intact, and our institutions in these right, and !.Miss Clark. Harris work on a bookkeeping problem formed department are D. A. want to thank the employeesand

fast-changing times ore proving equal to the task of living up Prices while two students! In the background practice on adding ma- Diamond, Gilbert G. Nelson everybody in the commun

to this dedication. The faith of our forefathers was strong, chines. Resale Thomas, L. B. Oliver Jr.. ity. It's been a very nice asso

and it built the land that we live in today. The public Is Invited according to Night Director Millard and Larry Turner ciation"
Let give thanks that we have been able to fulfill that Next move, according to Bryan. Big Dad opened its plant
us Brown, to visit the vo-tcch icbool anytime "just to see what'sgoing and in 1951 after \the Cham
faith to this point in our history and continue in our common Hold Up Is for officers to meet Starke
on. helped organize -
purpose to pass it onward with courage and with wisdom for draft a set of proposed bylawsfor ber of Commerce Into
approval of the department, a group of citizen:

2 generations yet to come. -. ......-,.. and to place a formal requestfor : the Bradford 'County Enter
Good quality brought
pecans the Florida prises Inc; and this group financed -
high prices at the second largest a fire truck from
VO of the
sale of the season Thursday Center Forest Service. The truck the construction
radio I bulldlnar.
Nov. 21, at the Starke StateFarmers' will be outfitted with a
the plant
and ,be placed on the Forest At that time
Hits Drainage Work'No Market. Service frequency, Bryan said. 22.000( square feet of floor

centsa it will take two I space In 1953 it expanded to
Average price was 37'/4 Has FacesBy It Is expected
pound and would have been Many to three months to receive the 32,900 and in 19C6 went up to
52,BOD square feet and had em-
higher but for some Inferior truck
Trespassing/ quality nuts which were sold, Members .of the Hampton ployment capabilities of about

according to Market !ManagerBob Linda Staab just begun to scratch the surface Volunteer Fire Departmentwere : 300.However
Allen.)] Adults struggling to learn because the possibilitiesare present at the meeting. It never reached

to read and WTiteTeenagers ; limitless.One They said the county-wide fire full employment. In 1967. at

A total of 28,659 poiirias ot and matrons sitting also sees a kitchen with protection movement of Which Its peak, approximately 200 persons

nuts were sold he said for side by side studying ultramodern equipment, Including the newly formed! Starke area were employed at the

10768. American history; a micro-wave oven that group will be the core, has generated plant on Brownlee. Last summer -
DeclaresJ. Grandmothers and young Interest In Hampton before the plant began lay.
Edwards The heavy volume Thursday can, make the water In a cup much
brought' the season total to 89,- mothers learning! to type; !boll without heating the cup; and that new members ing ort employees about 150
-An Instructor telling how to mechanics session volunteered. lIamptor.has persons worked there
077 pounds, far more than was an automotive
sold over the platform last repair a TV; where tools line the walls already placed a request for a The plant finally closed
on through the canal Into -A young man telling how he Service! truck to< on Friday, Sept. 13. The parent
M. Edwards, Sr.. who has go tween Starke and Rowell! Lake. year. of .oneroom, automobile enginesthe second (Forest
consistently maintained! that (Sampson Lake," Jones said. He estimated that, with good lost 10 pounds attending school wall of another: the electronics cover am' expanded area. The plant in Lexington N C. had

the county starts its drainage The road foreman said that weather It would require four Allen listed representativesales four hours a night four nightsa room with sophisticated Hampton
Improvement work "at the permission had been obtained or five months to complete the as follows: week Peace Officers Training equipment and complicated the Graham area, Sampson Major reason for the shutContlnucd -

end" has served the from Owens-Illinois to widen entire Job. Curtis 37 to 44 cents per Course because he doesn't have mathematical formulas on the City Theressa. and half way to .
wrong County Commission with written and deepen the channel of Santa In the meanwhile the problem pound; Stuarts 43 to 47 cents, time to eat before class bgins. board.As Starke. ( on Page Four)

notice not to trespass "In any .Fe River for a distance of threeto of the so-called( "bottle. seedlings from 23 to 4Ii!) cents.: This is the Bradford-Union they tour the plant Director Brooker and Lawtey are also

form whatsoever" on his property five miles this side of WorthIngton neck" at the G. S. & F railroad Next sale Is set Thursday, Area VocationalTechnical Cen Ted Oglesby and Night Coordinator expected to take pad In the

east of Rowell Lake. Springs. Jones said the culverts at Sampson City Is still Dec. 5. No sale Is scheuled this ter where over 400 are enrolled Millard Brown speak county-wide fire protection plan.

Edwards said: "I find no record county would move Its bulldozerto unresolved with some members .Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, tn 23 night! classss and about of plans for the future. Coming oj aQf l
of your having any deed or start clearing rightofwayfor of the Board of County Commissioners 200 In 10 days classes and] soon will be classes for Veter Correction
easement across this property" this work next week, while unconvinced of the where the staff feels they have ans, In the talking stage are
did not testifythat
and added that ". at such the drag line would continue need for lowering these culvertsto plans for such courses as bricklaying Diane Thomas
time as you do something for work on Alligator Creek be- carry off a greater volume for the hard-core unemployed she attempted to sign a Gift-Packed

relief to Rowell Lake Area, I of water. Sue Thomas Seeks and they feel that they warrant against her brother! C. I ,

will give :you any amount of No Edwards said yesterday that will soon be able to handle W. Thomaa on New Year's Duy, Idea-Filled
right of way you want, OppositionFor an the work on Alligator Creek "crash programs." as was reported in the story of Special Christmas! )

The county Is now deepening and Santa Fe River would not As Oglesby explained! It, If a the Thomas Trial last !week in Shopper"EditiOQ\

and widening the channel of ,..Alligator Trio In help relieve potential flood conditions ChildrenA company wanted to locate In the Telegraph Watch For It

Creek from Starke to In ,Crosby and Sampson Custody Of the area but first! needed some Sue Thomas, who was the Nest Week

Rwell Lake and Road Fore Lawtey Vote Lakes unless the "bottleneck"at people trained to fill special defendant, 'and Lawtey Marshall I L

man R. E Jones said Ms crew the railroad culverts was re Jobs, "We could handle It. OnceI M. M. Jordan: testified !that Diane
medied.An Dec. 6 hearing has been "On or about March 14, rev What the need Is, I can
would stop at a dead-end at Edwards It's all cut and dried In Law.tey's know Thomas had :wanted to signa
property, as requested.Re engineer with several set In answer to a Writ of Hab- epondents took custody of said do something about it," he said. '
the stand
election set Dec. 3 with warrant. Taking:
said since the stopping point :years of experience with the eas Corpus filed by attorney of minor children after death of What attracts people to the .
the three candidates denied this.
was so close to the lake, halting for the three city council posts State Road Department Ed- Mr. Sue Thomas In asking for their natural father; that petl- Vo-Tech Center what motivates later, Diane Thomas -
work on the creek at that point wards said the "engineers" on the custody of Mrs. Thomas' Itloner was taken into custody them?
for unopposed.
would not materially hinder the up grabs the County Commission think two children. on or about said date by law "I'd Just like to( further my
books closed Sat-
drainage system. "The water Registration ttoey know more about drainage: D. B. and Elsie Thomas of enforcement authorities and education," one matron with
urday Nov. 23. with 311 vota'squalified.
Will fan out into the lake, and Qualifying deadlinefor problems than lie doe. Lawtey. Mrs. Thomas' in-laws charged: with the death of graying hair explained. "Mostly
have been ordered by Circuit said natural father and that on I just wanted to learn and then T JI.

before.In candidates. passed the week Judge James A. Adklns to bring. Nov. 13, a jury acquitted petitioner If I did want to work I could geta

Truck Flips the two children to the hearing of said charge. better Job"
I Hebert A. Christensen
The Community State at 1:30: Friday, Dec 6." ..to "Said minor children were Another said, "I Just came because .
has for the
Bank of Starke one On US301A. show cause why said minor placed in respondents custody I wanted a high( school +
year unexpired term of James ,
children are being Illegally and on a temporary basis only. education. I wanted to be as
And TheFlorida E. Crawford, who moved out of "That the children are now "
.unlawfully detained by you. mart. as my kids.
the city. dump truck and trailer went The Children are Donald William being held by the respondents, A teenager answered with

Bank In Group 2 Gene Pearson presently .out of control and flipped over 11, and Carolyn Stephanie D, B, and Elsie Thomas, despite candor, "I had to( come here iiI
At Starke serving on the council InCrawford's Tuesday (Nov. 19, on portionof 7. the fact that the petitionerSue quit school that was the condition
place an an appointee US-301 south of Starke that Mrs Thomas was acquitted Thomas has demanded the if I quit I'd come tonight
Will Not Be Open qualified for a full two- return of her children and the
Is under construction,accordingto \ Thursday; Nov. 14 in the pistol school." SERVICE
year the Florida Highway !Patrol. laying last March 14 of her children are being held at
For Business In Group 4 Vernon E. Olin Driver\ .of the Jack Baggett husband C. W, Thomas. !She was Starke-and are being unlawfully "This has been my first opportunity Nov. 27
a retired educator qualified- fora accused. murdering her husband restrained of their liberty to enroll in a Vocational Wednesday,
Paving Co. George Junior
Thursday, Nov. 28 full two-year term. "That petitlner Is the motherof School. It helps fill my
In their home at Lawteyin 7:30 P.M.
Perry, 37 Gainesville, was 'not
Councilman Chairman Eugene and there are leisure time and will help
the early morning hours of) the children, me
Thanksgiving DayA injured: He :was charged' with
Starling and Mrs. Louise Rosier< "
March 14. no court orders injucdorw or better myself answered a
did not qualify for re-election. failure to have his ''Vehicle 'under FIRST METHODIST
pending in who'.lhusband laIn
Banking Holiday Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thomas other) actions now young\ woman !
Pearson la a former council control by :FHP Trooper Carson
any state touching upon Vietnam.
In Florida took custody of .the two children CHURCH
member besides Ms appointive Turlington.
the night their son was killed custody .said Children.
service this past year Chrtst- The truck was traveling northon and the children are still with Starke attorney Gene Shaw Id Another, the mother of seven Walnut & Jefferson Sts.

This Space Contributed ensen Is the owner of the Red 'US-30Ion the Inside lane. It the family, the Telegraph was handling the custody case for children:: answered: "I'd said,
Publicize and White Grocery In Lawtey. ran .off the pavement Into the told last week. :Mrs. Thomas. when I was raising my children. The Public Is Cordially Invited To Join

Weekly to Olin to a retired high school median The truck turned over The Thomas have filed for :Mrs. Thomas told a Telegraph I'd go back to school when they In This Annual Service Of Praise AndThanksgiving .
Community Events by principal Who Jias served elsewhere after traveling a distance of 158"' guardianship of their grandchildren reporter during her trial got out of school. (Four have

The CommunityState In city government. feet In the median. In County Judges' Court that her eon, Donmle; has visited \ graduated from college two are)
:Mayor Charles Shuford Clerk here her In Jail several times In college and one :has graduated
Bank TJS-301 Is being re-topped :with but Circuit Court case Sponsored Dy
Reddish and Marshall M.. asphalt two miles south' of hold precedence over county but that she had not seen her from high; school.) I said. Starke Ministerial Alliance;
M. Jordan are not for elec. ; s
Accounts Now Insured tion up Starke where! the accident took cases and the county bearing daughter eight months: before well. I didn't have anything to
this year. Neither: are her trial. She then saw the do make bed so 1 t
except one
Up to $1,000> by has never been set, pending
place. The truck traveling .
Barbara Jordan;, eras outcome of the Deo. Aeartng. Child through: glass. door but decided to come here. I enjoy II, .
F. P. L C. II wife of the marshal, and Rob approximately 50 mpa. In her petition to the Circuit could .not speak to her, Mrs. and It doesn't cost much." .: t ... T.'. '., h.
ert Scott.
Court Mrs. Thomas alleges: Thomas said.


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. PAGE TWO .'_ _THE BRADFORD>> COUNTY TELEGR1P11STARKE. FLORIDA __ _. ,_ ,_....,_4.",- .... '_. -
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Veterans To Plan Preaching MissionTo
Bids Called

LPd it !Jim /now For New P. O. December Starke Post DinnerThe of the Veterans At Be St.Conducted Mark's Trade at Dome and ForYour totnmudity own progress take!

__ : of Foreign Wars !has set its
At LawteyThe Preaching Mission will be
next meeting for 7:30: p.m. 'Wednesday
: (tonight) .At the new conducted at St. Mark's Church
XT. S. Post Office Depart- Church and Jackson Streets at
Mr. and Carl Lamar Mr. and Mrs Larry Haddock Armory acordlng to Commander ... .
William II. Summers returned Mrs. ment Is seeking competitivebids 7:30: Dec. 1 through Dec. .....
Jacksonville were P.m. -
and son Julian McRlae. s
Johns have Thanksgiving ...
from the Gainesville as for an Improved buildingto
Friday the community
visiting her parents. Mr. and 4. Everyone In
Medical Center where he was guests Mr. and Mrs. iLamar' (Mrs Henry Easterllng, at Bedford house the Lawtey post office On the agenda !1I.a discussion is invited. BRADfORD t tt
confined for .11 days after a and Shaw/ Mrs.and family Cvld of Bennett Miami, Mr.and Lake on Sunday. according to announcement by of the membership dinner party Preaching will be Brother t
Postmaster General W. Marvin
stroke. :Mrs. Mildrerd Felton of or- :which will be held In Decemberfor Dunstan a priest and also a
Mrs. E. P. Renner has returned family of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Watson.
visiting her friar in the Society of St. Francis -
nand) Beach was all members and their wives.
P. J Shaw and :Mr. and Mrs. PECANSShelled
from Alachua. Gencrfal Bids must be submitted by
!brother-in-law and sister Mr. the world-wide Anglican t tt
Hospital following surgery last Gene Shaw And daughter.AmonQ' and Mrs. Fred Hogue on Bedford December 12 to Lloyd C. Loomis Members of the MembershipDrive Francisan order t
week the students home for Real Estate Officer Box 86- will
Lake the first of lost week. Committee are Homer Brother Dunstan present
J. R. Hixon has :returned after Thanksgiving(Richard Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Adams 066 John Hancock Station. Atlanta Eatterfleld, Ralph Bryan, Joe oldfashioned Gospel- preachingand
three weeks dn the Gainesville Gene Wiggins, Bobble several last /week Ga. 30303. Bidding documents will lead the congregation t
spent Hays Bush o and McRae.
' V. A. Hospital. Sue Barksdale, Beverly McRae, may be obtained by writ. in hymns. t AND
Kathy Gilllngham of Jackson"11Ie ""i iGary. ,.Hamiltoii, Bonnie Grau- in Sanford, Ocala and Daytona dng Mr. Loomis at this address. .
spent the :weekend >.' don and. Larry Williams of ;Beach.Mrs.. Under.the Department's Construction r'r Unshelled ,
.iwu I ; C. G. Hollenbeck, who U ;
,'ffFSU; .Wd ne Btankenshlp from
!her grandparents, Mr. lanfrjilrts. W. B. Sewell homeon program a contract
renting RETAIL ,
Guy Sale. They were joined on :North Florida Junior College; Walnut street :will have aa will! be awarded to the bidder WHOLESALE -
Sunday by Mr. and Mrs Keith Jayne Hardy o and Sandra Register Mr. and, Mrs. who designates a building suit MAINTENANCE COMPANYROUTE
weekend guests SIGN
Clllinffliam. from Tift College; Janet able to the Department's needs .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Hardy from the ''University of Leon Hollenbeck Ala. and family of and agreeds to Improve it (or 238-A t PECANS CRACKED t.t t.
Huntsville, 1, BOX
Georgia; Phyllis Haddock from
Lake City aud :Air. and Mrs. Friends of Mrs. P'. F. Stump provide a new! building) accordIng
Charles Lawson of) Tallahasseeand High Point College, N. C.; and to departmental specifications
their children are Thanksgiving Betsy Matthews ,from Atlanta. will regret to :hear that she and then rent It to the ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA
in : fall LB. t tt
broke :her left aim a 5C
College of Medical and Dental
guests 'Of their parents, Department for a basic period t
last week.
'Mr. and Mrs. H. A Lawson. Assistants. of five years with three five- NEON PLASTICSALES
Mr. and. !Mrs. Jahn (h'lff1n'Of -
Friends .of Mr. Jordan :will 'be Debbie Spengler celebratedher .. year renewal options. NOW TILL NEW YEAR'SStprke A
Oehlochnee Ga. visitIng
interested to know that he has 13th birthday anniversary were The Department's capital In.
, last Saturday with a luncheon her mother, !Mrs. F. F. AND SERVICE t
been appointed manager of the vestment will be limited substantially
Liberty National' Life Insurance and. theatre party at the Garden Stump, over the weekend< to postal equipment.The State Farmers Mkt
Co. in Live Oak. :Restaurant for ten girl friends. Mrs. ,W. B. Sewell left Satur- building will remain meter 24 HOURS SERVICE i

Mr -and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe Mr. and Mrs. Richard' Hous- day for :Washington, (ID. C. to private ownership with the PHONE 264.5333 I C01 NORTH I ta
ton and
family of Tarpon Springs U.S.
and Mr. and Mrs. James Hoppe visit' friends for several days owner paying local real estate
and family of were recent guests of (Mr. and Y. taxes. ..Itts
N. -
Tampa are then to Spring Valley, - - - --- ------ i e ., -s.
Thanksgiving guests! of Mis. O. George Flynn Jr. to spend the holidays with her
L. Beasley end Mrs. J. W. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Thomas son-in-law. and daughter, Mr. and
!Klncado. had as weekend guests at their Lt. Col. ad Mrs. J. A. Scan- -1-
camp in the Scrub Mr. and :Mrs W. Jeff Powell Ian and son Joey will move to SMC U :
Jabs Merritt Williams, J. C. Archie Green .of Chicago. Ill Starke next week:, residing in I 1p
bluer jjone Hobbs, Ben Roland and Judy Is home for Thanksgiving the Carl Johns home .on S.
with his mother> Mrs. d
Broughton, of Starke; Mr and Water Street, which they recently -
welcomesSan6ma6o Mrs. James MoNcely of Lake L. J, Green. purchased. Mrs. Scanlan Is
City; Dr, Donald Chubb and Local admittances to Bradford the former Georgia, Haynes.Mr. 111EN1 S1
County Hospital this (Week ( and Mrs. Charles Schmittand
Rood of Winter Park
include: William E. Gault and daughter, Barbara are iiiiiii p A
and Mr.\\!. Alberta Innis and Miss/ it
Maya\! Lee Thomas of Ocala. Mrs Effie Boatright Lawtey: spending Wednesday to Saturday
4enfon Stass Mrs. Margie Kendall under. Mrs. Lois 'W. Smith 'land !Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. Billy
went surgery Monday in Ala- Florence M. Adkins of Lake Ray Miller and eon in Lexington
chua General Hospital. Butler; Carl T Stearns .of Ral- N. C.Mr..
ford; Mrs. Mae Combs :of Mac- and Mrs. Tom Dowling IeaarM.
MI'. and Mrs. J. T. Carver clenny; (Mrs Neal'! McVeigh :of and 'Mrs. A. C. Bowling .of Bush

and family visited Mr. and Mrs.Harold Keystone Heights; Williams in Jacksonvilleon C. Poston Mrs. Carrie Rite and Mrs. C. R. Scogglns.Mrs. I __ _
Sunday. John H. Glbbs !Mrs. Dora. Hais- Martha 'Moore was a _
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb ten, Nathan Raulerson. Leon ,weekend guest of Mrs. Hlrris A'
"visited Mrs. Joe Coursey in Halifax ard F. Smith. Mrs. Stella Rho- Long, in Orange Park. ..
Hospital Daytona Beach, den. Thomas J. Lewis, and (Mrs. 'Mr. land 'Mrs Charles Sawyer.
Sunday., Vassle Hemphill all of Starke. and family are ThanksgivingDay 11 11e

Mrs John Grizzle land daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Woodtourn' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert II
of Winder Ga. and Mr. and of Elmhurst. Ill. ;were visiting Sawyer in Jacksonville

Mrs. 'Steve Edwards of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Woodburnover Mrs. Martha 'Moore has as .-_..
were Sunday guests of Mr. and the weekend. Thanksgiving. Day ,quests' Miss 1-
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs Louis Yancey' !Maria Moore of FSU, STG-2 Tom : \.zrJ;;: ,
AMN Billy Dean Thompsonof .11', of Atlanta are to !be Sunday Moore of .Norfork Va., Tom -\ .j _
guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. L. D, Galloway and Mrs. -
Loury Air Force Base, Colo. R. :R. Thedeof f\\
Is home on two weeks leave Vining. Jacksonville, (Mr. and Mrs. '\w
Wilburt Wentllng of Palmyra, Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H, Daw.. O. L. Rosenbush of) Green Cove GE AUTOMATIC 17 &21 JEWEL Name
Fa will spend the long weekend kim and daughters of Jacksonville Springs and Reggie Norman of Brand Watches
with his brother-in-law and slater and Mr. and, Mrs. W. B. Law tey. 12" PANASONIC TV 2-SLICE TOASTER
Mr.and Mrs. Fred Grau. Boyd and sons of St. Peters
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Pickeringand $39.95 '
burg are Thanksgiving' guestsof
their Mr. and Mrs. daughter. Priscilla, of $ to $198875sq.in.bughtpicture.lront |
Sherrod Hamilton and Mr. and parents
Gainesville are' ThanksgivingDay $ $14.99 1 077
Mrs. Mark Hamilton and daugh.,, W H. Nollman $5 .95
tr Mrs. Edwin Williams and son. ( guests of Mr.and Mrs.. N.Plckel'inQ' $6988 valuePerfect
ter will spend the long weekend mounted speaker. All channel value I
with Mr and Mrs. Worth Jack- Wayne,'and daughter, Mrs. John VHF.UHF reception. 1 yr. .
Mrs. Herbert
Bradley and
son in Winder, Ga. Reddish< attended the funeralof warranty picture tube. toast to please everyone Toast WALTHAM HELBROSr GRUEN .watchn m
Mrs. Joan Crawford of Jackson-
Lisa Ketchie daughter of Mr their grandmother, Mrs Edna selector adjusts light to dark. Snap open many styles. Each has matching strap of
If ever you can be sure a Sift and (Mrs. Norman Ketchie is Blankenshfp in Starkville, Miss. vllle (were Friday visitors of R e 9. $79.88 crumb tray bright chrome finish expansion band. Each in a gift box
Mr. and Felix
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.THURSDAY. NOV. 28. 1968

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Of Interest To. Parties Given Stork Shower R -

For Mrs. Jfttfoe&ce.V
For Miss Walters, Shiver : .n a'boLL

Brideelect1Mtes Mrs. Richard Shiver was (honored

WOMEN at a stork shower Satur
'Dee Walters, day Nov. 16, given by Mrs. Hospital Jacksonville Maternal
William Mora
complimented Mr. and Mrs.
Nov. 29 was Vernon Rhoden, Mrs. D. L. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs
Saturday of Panama City announce the
at a delightful party Samuels and Mrs. Ralph Merrill A. B. Whitehead Sr.
>Gladys Mootv: Phone 9 .t.1RnA morning given by Mrs. John C. birth of a daughter, Kathleen BYNANCY'S
--- --- --- at the home of the latter. -
T. B. Hardlnff. Lartlgue, on Nov. 9. Maternalgrandparents } '
Greene Mns.
Mrs. Shiver, Mrs. M. K. Bradford County Hospital announces FLOWERS
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs,
Miss Mrs. Charles E, Francis are
RegisterIs Campbell and Mrs. Harold the following births:
Mrs. WilliamS H. A. Lawson of Starke.
Marian A. Payne, Shiver were presented with orchid Mr. and Mrs James Edward WHY ARE BLUE
Complimente'dAt : Haas Mrs. 0. Paul Raymondand Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shawof
at corsages. Craft Starke a son, Dale Ed. FLOWERS SO RARE
at birth of
c Russell Norman Starke announce
Mrs A.
Bridal ShowerMiss tt The punch table was covered ward, Nov. 20.
the home of the latter on East a daughter on Nov. 23 In the There are millions of flowers
with an antique gold lace cloth Mr. and Mrs. George William
rf Call street. Gainesville Medical Center. in the world, and they come lai
Betty Ann Register over white damask. Wilkerson,
Centering Lawtey, a daughter.
Guests were greeted at the Grandparents are !Mr. and Mrs. thousands of shades and colors.
bride-elect of December 27. the table were two silver candelabra Teresa !Michelle, Nov. 21. i .
door by Mrs. J. E. Hardy and J. R. Wainwright and Mrs. P. :. "'''''... The color that is
was honored at a miscellaneous with burning (Mr. and Mrs. Allen Joseph
pink tap- .
presented to Miss Walters, Mra. J. Shaw. 1. least seen in tlowere
shower Saturday night given by S. L. Peek Jr. and !Mrs. L. A. ers.The Mr. and Mrs. George Q. Lewis. Starke a son, James is blue.
Mrs. L. K Whitehead and Malcolm.
hostesses 23.
Canova. Mra. !M. A. Payne and : Bishop Jr. announce the. birthof ,,'"' Why there are
daughter, Cathy, at their home Mrs. Norman Invited guests Into with a baby vaporizerand a daughter, Melody Maranne Mr. and Mrs. Harold David ,.. fewer blue blossoms
'on East Call Street. Skcen. Raiford
bottle warmer as a memento twin girls, Nov. than
Yellow and t the party rooms.Arrangements on November 18 In St. Vincent's 24. .A I anyJti"
white chrysanthemums -
of the occasion..
of yellow chrysanthemums -, other color Is a
were used in the party -
were used! on the Twenty guests enjoyed PIe mystery. Maybewhen
rooms. The lace covered re. SERVICE SCHEDULE \
freshment table was centered f mantel and other points of Interest affair. Walters-Canova God created \
1u The refreshment table CATHOLIC CHURCHES the blue
with an arrangement of white
was covered with a white linen Wedding FridayThe skies which envelop the world;
and yellow pompoms. Mrs O. Jr. Club Notice Starke
ST. KinVAKD'S. :
and lace cloth, centered with a He anted the flowers to never
W. White Jr. presided at the Mass, 9:15
,tall arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums wedding of Miss Dee Walters Sunday a. m get lost against the horizon
coffee service, and Cathy Whitehead u 1 Dolph Reddish of the Brad- Thursday :Mass 6CIO:: p. m.
In a crystal and and David Canova will and ..something as lovely as a
:Miraculous Modal: Novena
poured punch. ford County Sheriff's Depart
silver epergne and flanked by take place Friday, Nov. 29, at flower should always stand out
Games were played and prizes 1- merit, will be principal speakerat Saturday 7 p. m.Confessions
twothree branched candelabra 7:30 p.m. In the First Baptist\ in beautiful contrast.We .
were awarded to Mrs. Harry the Junior Woman's Club 5 p. m.. 7 p. m.
-' !holding tall yellow tapers and Church with a reception following ST. WiLLIAWS.Keystone .
Hatcher and Mrs. Nell Tucker. Monday Dec. 2, at 8
,..:", mums. Presiding at the silver meeting in the Starke Woman's Heights: feel that the quality ofour
The honoree and her +: at the club house. Hostesses
mother ... ) p.m flowers always stand out In
service were Mrs. S. L. Peek Club. Sunday; .:Mais 9 a. m,
Mrs. Betty Register, were presented ) for the evening will be
contrast. Only the finest areprepared
Sr. and Miss Katherine Peek. All friends and relatives ol Wt'dnt'lldayIall: and Novena
pompom corsages and Mrs. Wayne Whiffen and Mrs.J. at our shop.. Call us.
The :hostesses presented Miss couple are Invited to at |Ii p. nv
the bride-elect also received a Walters with a corsage of white T. Prevatt Jr. tend. ST.IAltY'S: Maorlonny: we ,want to serve you.
piece of her chosen china pattern
mums and a silver tray as a Sunday Mall!!; 11:30 a. in.
from their hostesses as a Jean Elizabeth Odom Weds Oral TannerIn memento of the occasion. Corsages -
memento of the occasion.
Thirty-five guests were invited Laura Baptist Church Ceremony of yellow chrysanthemums v'--
to Mrs.
were presented
to attend between the (hours SAVE AT
Peek and Mrs. Canova.
7:30: and 10 o'clock. Mrs Jean Elizabeth Odom. and carried pink< Fuji mum Friends were invited to call 4'
Out-of-town guests were Mrs. E. SeeleySr.
daughter of George nosegays.
between the hours of ten and
Agin and Mrs. R. W. Pace of of Macon Ga. and Mrs. Given In marriage by her 11:30.

Baldwin. Luther Jackson of Starke. and brother, George Seeley, the : -
of Mr. and bride wore a white satin floor
Oral S. Tanner, son 7iostoss
Mrs. W. B. Mundy was -
Mra. L. S. Tanner of Lawtey. length gown trimmed with lace, DEPARTMENT STORED
at a dinner party Sundayat
Delegates Atten'dFEA l were united In marriage Friday and featuring short sleeves. Her the Garden Restaurant hon
Oct. 18, at 8:30: p.m. In elbow length veil of Illusion was
MeetingDelegates oring Miss Walters, and David HOURS
Laura Baptist Church. Rev. J. held In place by a crown of Canova. ADDRESS
the nup pearls. She carried a cascade
C. Hester performed
from Bradford Centering the long dining table
arrangement of pink and white
County attending the Special! tials. was an arrangement of yellow'
Decorating the altar were two carnations.
Delegate Assembly of the Flor- and white Fuji mums.
ida Education pedestal baskets of pink and A reception was held in theMU1'ch
Association In Enjoying the occasion with
Tampa last Saturday were Mrs. white Fujii mumsagainst a parlor. The bride's table the hostess and honored guests GIFT BOXED a ads HAND LOOMED

Marilyn Roberts. Mrs. Frances Background of greenery and was covered with a white satin were Mr. and !Mrs. S. L. Peek

Hamilton, Wendell Kelly, blarney branched candelabra. cloth! and was centered with a Jr. and daughter, Katherine ( FINE GAUGE KNIT
Adkinson Mrs. Linda Allen. David Jackson attended as three-tiered wedding cake topped Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr.. Mrs. W H.
Mrs. Jonnie Ellis, Mrs. Ruth best man and the ushers were with a bride and groom. Holland Mr. and Mrs. George BLOUSESJv I

Duncan, Mrs. Maurice White Roy Jackson, brother of the Mrs. Billy Anderson cut the Canova. and Rev. and Mrs. W. ARDI6AN
and Mrs. Elizabeth Walker. bride, and Pete Gasklna. cake and Mrs Lamar Green A. Hogan.
The Mrs. David Jackson served as at the punch bowl.
Assembly adopted a new presided Mra. Mundy presented Miss
code of Ethics for the teachersof matron of honor and the brides Mrs. George Seeley Jr. kept the Walters. with a piece of her /

Florida and approved a maids were Misses Sandra bride'a book. chosen: china pattern as a memento J Our

Legislative to the program next to session be presented of were Huggins dressed and Cheryl alike Ward.in turquoise They\ Road.The couple resides on Morgan of the occasion. $5.99 $399 reg. $300values

Uic Legislature blue floor length gowns Miss Walters was honored at / $3.99

a Coco-Cola party Tuesday

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1 Mrs. P. T. Nolln as cohostesses. turtleneck styles. White and r Choiceof white and pastel colors

Miss Maureen Simmons ol Alpha Nu Chapter of Kappa Pastel colors in sizes 32-38. Sizes 3440.

Miami, bride-elect of November Delta Gamma Society for women Arrangements of fall flowers

I/I 30, was complimented at a educators met Tuesday were used for the occasion. The
bridal shower Saturday after night of last week at the homeof refreshment table was covered

,I r noon given by Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs. S. A. Weldon Jr, ,}q with a white damask cloth and LADIES SEAMLESS

Mrs. Charley E. Johns, Macclenny centered with a fall arrange l
and Mrs. J. W. Ritch at the Mrs. Karlle Tyler of Macclemmy ment.
home of the latter on W. Madison read biographies of the Among the 40 guests Invitedto GIFT BOXEDMEN'S t NYLON PANTY HOSE
Street. founders of the Society in observance call between four and five

Standing in the receiving line of Founders Day and o'clock were the Starke Ele- ORION / Fine micromesh one piece S *fl 2 9

were the honoree, :her mother !Mrs. Evelyn Dew, also of Mac. mentary School faculty and re- garment. Newest colors. SML. B
!Mrs. Steve Simmons, and Mrs. clenny, presented the program tired teachers: Mrs. S. L. Peek KNIT SHIRTS t e vs & up
GIFT Johns. "No Magic Formulas." Mrs. Jr., mother of the honoree, and

B Arrangements of pink and Evelyn Haney .Shared her summer !Mrs. L. A. Canova mother of
the sets8 white gladioli carnations and I! trip to Ireland, and Mrs. the bridegroom-elect. LADIES SLEEP GOWNS

50 camellias were used in the Mona Canova accompanied Lavishly lace trimmed shift

pen $5.00pencil party rooms. The tea table In group singing on the autoharp.The Junior MYF Carps ,* length gown in acetates and nyfl 99
s4.50 the dining room was covered business session was conducted Ions. Pastel and high shades. Jl ..n
with an Imported cutwork and by !Mrs. Edna Hart of Enjoys Hay Ride price S-M-L r
Starke president of the Society. a
Lifetime gift of lace cloth and centered with an
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family friends
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candelabra holding burning pink Bradford County members at. ending at the home of the acrylic in assorted colors. Sizes coat, lace trimmed Acetate $ q 9

associates. tapers. Presiding at the silver tending' were Mrs. Canova sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Don S-XL. II fr j for[ nylon in red, black, pastels
coffee service were Mrs. Steve Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Haney, Mrs. Hardenbrook, for refreshments.The s-ML. upl
Simmons Jr. and Mrs. O. W. Helen Johns Mrs. Willie Mae group made a huge bonfire BOXED GIFT SETS

White Jr. Pouring punch were Denton Mrs. Tommie NoUn, In the yard, where refresh
Mrs. Muriel Norman, Mrs. Lucille l Wide selection of handkerchief! n YLONS
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John Watson HI. Payne Mrs. Marilyn Rob played. a I and jewelry sets. Cuff links, tie) GIST

The hostesses' presented the erts, and :seas. Della Rosenberg.. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Har '''t 1 I bars pencils, money clips, pens and] -y_- Seamless mesh nY 3 pr '

honoree and Mrs. Simmons denbrook were William tellY, tons, knit to fit $100

JEWELRY with cymbidium orchid corsages the occasion. Mr and !Mrs. Joe Bakken, and $1 to $2 Season's newest sh lot
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ner 12 little guests enjoyed neck top with matching Turtle"J

refreshments and received favors Pink, Blue. 0-3 mos. '
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Norman asslsted-in serving

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Soft, absorbent towels in an r r
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. Tornadoes Trounce Orange Park 35-0 For kith WinStriking I

early and often the 46 after traveling only 16 yarda.
Tornadoes of Coach David ,If ,,1 .. fJI The Tornadoes took over and a
Burse. shut out Orange Park 35- /I five-yard motion penalty pushed
0. winning their sixth game Friday I them back to their .own 49-yard-
Nov. 22, In a one,sided i Une.
contest. If But quarterback Mike Norman'

The win avenged. a 19-12 r f went to the air, tossing a long

Orange. Park victory last year. 1 pass which bounced off one i, t t r
Putting Ibis offense in high Tornado receiver and Into the,

gear, quarterback Bill Belote bands of Buddy Trawlck who
passed for three touchdowns and :,, ran to the Orange Park two-
scored one. He led the offensefor \ yard-line. The play covered 49!
401 yards, the most the.Tornadoes yards.
have amassed: this season Norman sent Dale Johns' In V H
; their best previous offensive ., for the score with 4:49 left lathe
performance was 288 yards game. Tony; Castlen kicked
against St. Augustine.\ ..1 the extra point and BHS led 35-
Flanker Bill Adams caught 0.
five Belote passes for 122 yards
three of them for touchdowns. '".. "... Statistic I
'." 4 BUS 0 Pit
Bradford Drive :::.".:'. : .. First Downs' 11 8 Lake City and Starke may be bitter rivals on that' the way Lake City Introduced Its team

Bradford High won the open- '. :" .r:. Rushing 9.4 the gridiron but Bradford High students aren't when Starke played there.

big tOM and Belote !Immediate ,. :! : ': Passing 2 :2 hesitant to pick up a good idea when they see I
': : knee and had his
ly put his offense to work, getting "... Yds. Gained 401 129 one Tex Patrick, Tornado end, runs onto the Patrick: sprained Ms career
the first of five touch- .:,'- I Rushing 1771 ended against, Orange! Park
field between two rows of fans Friday night;
downs on a 72-yard drive, with \ ) Passing 224 68
7:05: left In the first period. It ,;;; : "; ;'{;: .:<, ';\ ':> Passes Compl. 8-13 7-2$ Bolles Stadium Thanksgiving.
took just 10 plays, the Tornado <: '. .;" ,
: Passes: Int by 3 0 evening at 8:00: p.m.
offense operating like a well- .. .,
Fumbles Lost by 2 0
oiled machine, with Belote. goIng Yds. Penalized 88 0 Florida Star Title TEAM STANDINGS
the final foot for the tally. i Punts 4-34 6-29
Biggest play of the drive wasa Score by Quarters Conference

24-yard pass to who running caughtthe ......,.. ." .." .............. .. ." .. .. ...... .....,... ." ,..,,,j '1 ...... BUS 7 7 71435 Team Won Lost Tied]
back Ronnie Grlggs -- O. Pk. 0 0 0 0-0 Goes To Palatka/ Palatka :5 0 1
pass In the right flat and Reaching with all he had BITS flanker Bill Orange Park. Adam had to reach so hard for Scoring/ Lake City 4 1 0

ran the pigskin to the 17-yard. Adams came up with this pass from quarter. the football that he- almost lost his balance, but BHS 1)) Belote 1-ft. QB Starke 4 2 0
line before Orange Park safety
back Bill Belote for the Tornadoes' second TD regained It and went the final 15 yards for the sneak. Adams, kick PAT. 2) Bolles B 2 0
Arnold Braden brought him early in the ,second period In the 35.0 win over TD. Adams 35-yd. pass from Belote. The Palatka Braves finishedthe Live Oak had .an open date. Live Oak 2 3 0
down. .1968 season undefeated to Bolles Orange' Park Palatka Orange Park IL 4 :t
N i ir It took Just three plays far win the Florida Star Conference and St. Augustine wound! up St. Augustine 0 G 0
Belote to cover 62 yards for the ti Championship. their season' leaving only 3 con-
second Tornado TD. Fullback ference teams to see further ac. Overall
Willie Cohens took a pitchout Palatka was 9-0-1) for the season .
around right end from his own however, the 'lie. put a tion. Like Oak and Lake City Team Won' Lost Tied
38 and raced 27 yards to the blemish on their record and will tangle Thanksgiving after- Palatka 9 0 .t
Raider 35 before Steve Boat- more Important knocked them noon In Live Oak. This game Lake City 8 1 0
ow ulll\ conclude Live Oak's season
Wright brought him to ground. out of the -State play-offs. Ferry Starke 6 S 0
while Lake City 'will play in a
NY Fingernail! Catch went undefeated and untied to !Bolles II 3 2
Adams went down the left bowl game in Ocala, Live Oak 5" 0
I a ,{ sideline and made a fingernail ; r rw edge Palatka, In play-off points The Bradford Tornadoes :and Orange Park 3 5 2
catch of a Belote pass on first ? 80 to 75. Palatka closed the regular Bishop Kenny will play their st Augustine iii 8 0
down fo the score, which, came season with 40-0 trouncingof final game !When they meet at

With 10:51: left In the second' hapless St Augustine and has

period.of :his Adams four added straight the extra second -' D been a mentioned bowl game.as a contenderfor ........ ..............,

point) BHS kicks.led 14-0, a margin!. they ,, Lake City second In the con. I: Buy Daily :
took Into the half as a series ol Terence
standing and loser only I O
clipping penalties stymied several ,
l to Palatka, won it's eight game ,
other second offensive efforts
_, of the season /walloping South
Orange Park was !held to two _# Sumpter 527. Jack Meeks passed ) PECANSICASH
N for 3 touchdowns and ran
first downs and 41 yards gained 1
4n the first half when the starting for one to lead the Tigers.
:Tornado defense was In the Third place Starke had no
game. One of those first downs trouble with Orange Park, roll. o
came on a 15-yard penalty against ,Mike Norman (nun-her 12), Tornado defensive end, collars Ing up a 35-0 score. Bill Adams o

the Tornadoes.At Raider vpprdsler> Gar*' Harley after turning him Inside as he :put on a show for the local I PAID .

Tornadoes Keith Patrny number 43, and Ben Moxley, 31, go their strongest as they received Is supposed to do. Norman 'Jfd the Tornadoes with four individ fans 'as he accounted for 22 of

high for an Orange Park pass Intended for fullback Mike Zeigkrf the second' half kick-off ual tackles and six assists. the Tornadoes points.
the Raiders put off the third WAINWRIGHT
litre II looks as II Patrny might get his hand on the ball, PRODUCE CO.:
Tornado tally until only 1:50: remained Adams Catches Third Adams kick' PAT. 3)1) Adams 30-
built Bolles randed Macclenny it's
was Moxlc-v. who!. intercepted! for BIIS.Uniform
In the third period. Belote went for broke on first yd., pass from Belote.. Adams tenth loss of the year with a
down, hitting Adams down the kick PAT. 4) Adams 52-yd pass 32-7 pasting. Andy !Moore scored PHONE 964.7126 :,
right side and' the Tornado from Belote. Adams kick PAT.
Tornadoes Roar two touchdowns and gained mostof
flanker raced down the sidelinefor 5)) Johns, 2-yd run. Castlen kick STATE FARMER'S MARKETSquirrels
But It took only five plays for the fourth BHS touchdown PAT. Bolles' 259 yards rushing, J. I

C 'ithe yards Tornado for a 21-0 offense lead.to go Belote 75- the play covered 52 yards. He ..........iD........I
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ran right end 14 yards, -
hens slid 'right tackle for
fans got a previewof
11 yards before he slipped down I
the 1969 eleven when, with
trying to cut, and Belote !
almost the entire fourth peiV
for 22 yards
scampered more
lad remaining. BUS coaches
around light end, behind a nice .
flooded the field with bright
to the Orange I
block by Cohens
Park 30.Switching. new jerseys! Many boys got In save
their first varsity game of their
to the alrthe BHS
careers after being brough' up )tuts
signal caller hit Adams up the the B-squad I
to the varsity after t
middle on a 15-yard pass. The season ended.
Tornado flanker headed for the
Brokas kept the ball In the
right sideline cut around Raid. air, attempting to get the Raiders -
er defender Steve Boatwrlght, on the Scoreboard but his
and had the score on a 30-yard

Ronnie Grlegs Is slopped hy the last Orange Park man belueen Play.) Adams' third touchdown catch passes down or were dropped either by knocked Orange : PEOPLE SAVE MONEY I!

him and the goal us he runs n llli a Bily Belote pass which came Just minutes later nine Park receivers. The Raiders I
several right in
dropped <<: passes I
covered 21 yards. Grists carried the ball five times for 29 seconds Into the fourth period. their hands.
yards and caught the pass for a total of 53 yards on the 72yard Orange Park was pushed back:

drive which netted the first Tornado TD. six yards In three plays when BUS Subs Shine t
Tornado end Mike Norman The Tornado subs would not |
caught quarterback Mickey be denied their big moment. You can save money by subscribing: or renew-
Brokas for a 10-yard loss. Bro Guard Jim Shuford partially

Firm Buys teas punted 27 yards and the blocked a Brokas punt and it t ing your subscription to the Telegraph at the
ball rolled dead at the BHS 48. rolled dead at the Orange Park

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Big Dad Plant Frick 13th In State I t t

(Continued from Page One) ..-- Ricky Prick only BUS The runners have formed a t I II II II II
cross country runner to qualifyfor track] club called the Starke
30 Appear the state placed 13th among Striders and will compete In II II
down was the competition from 80 runners in the Class A Cham meets this ,summer after the :re-
Japan Hong Kong and Formo. pionships Saturday Nov. 23, In gular spring season to keep In I I
sa. Another reason was the Clearwater. ,hApe
boom which the Lexington area Tues. For Coach George Loper lauded
Is experiencing. Thte\ has created -
Frick for being only one of two
shortage of employees and juniors in the first 15 runners. Choral Group t
other plants can afford to pay The BUS !
runner will be back
higher wages.A Plea From High School
DayWith next year. EFTECTIVE JAN. 1.1969
family] company, Big Dad Only OTIS! runner from north Heard At Rotary I FOLLOWING
was founded In Lexington in
Florida beat Frick and that was t
1009 by D. S. Siceloff, Sr., father some 30 persons appear only by four seconds.' Larry Members of the High School SUBSCRIPTION RATES WILL BE IN EFFECT
of the present company pre ing before County Judge Theron Woods of Orange Park ran a Chorus made their first public i :
sident. It manufactured men'a Yawn on Plea Day Tuesday 10:58.: appearance of the season at the I
and boy's wearing apparel under Nov. 26, all except two were Frick recorded a time of 11:02.: Starke Rotary Club meeting ,

the name brands of Big charged: with,, relatively minor over a rough two-mile courseat Wednesday. Nov. 13, under the IN TRADE AREA SAVE
Dad Ll'l Dad, Happy Jim. Cow. direction of OUT OF
offenses a Clearwater golf course that Virgil Lovett. COUNTY
hide Brand, Western Jeans and Walter A. Fulghum] was charged included water Jumps as hazards Featured on tne program was I (Includes Keystone Heights) Or Trade Area A

Fonyriders. with writing four worthless it was not Prick's best the popular ballad, "My Cup MONEY ,
checks one of which was for time of the year due to the! Runneth Over!!," sung by Mike One Year 5.00 One Year 5.50
$856. He waived a preliminary rough course Hanks; and two trio numbers, I
------ hearnlg! and the case, a felony Two other varsity runners "The 'Banana Boat Sang": by 6 Months 2.75 -- 6 Months i
was sent to Circuit Court. will be back with Frick on the Randy Brown. Melody CUttino, 3.00

My Neighbors Fulghum" pled -guilty to the cross country team next year and Brenda Hesters; and "Ball 3 Months 1.50 RENEW 3
charges on the three smaller They are Junior Allan Patz. 11: Hal" by Cathy Oliver Mike Months 1.75
cheCks $31, $38 and $69, and 12, and Mike Fogg, 1219.: Sen Hanks, and Patty Whltehead. 2 Years ,
was ordered to make restitution iors Reggie Flynn, 11:40: and The 20-volce chcral group 9.00 NOW 2 Years .10.00
t and fined. The defendant Ray Lowry 11:44: will be lostto sang three numbers, closing. with
e explained that he had moneyin the new squad. their featured version of "I Be. ,
an account when he wrote !Several present eighth graders lieve."
dies the checks and that he thought are expected to bolster the Coach David Hurae spoke on SINGLE COPY PRICE !
all checks had been cleared. 1969 squad however, as fresh. the value of self-discipline as
i Gertrude Inez Suite pled nod men. Coach George Loper won't taught In the athletic program, t ON NEWSSTANDS OR
guilty to driving without a valid tal': about winning a state 'bat said it was getting more BY CARRIER ,
driving license and guilty to>> championship In 1969 but he's work difficult all the time to
II ,.,. ,.. driving while under the Influence ; thinking of one In the next few recruit boys who are willing to J WILL BE 15*: PER COPYP&GE
of alcohol. The first years as the eighth graders de. make the sacrifice of time and t

charge was dismissed\ and the velop. hard work necessary to Participate
ff defendant. was fined $150 or M Best of the middle school In athletics. He attributed]
( days in Jail for the second runners to date Is Larry Green this to the general laxness and ,
charge and !her license was revoked who Monday recorded an 11:08: permissiveness ana me ....-......7. t
"Coffee, tea or milk?" for 90 days. over the two mile course at 1n discipline that Is the trend in

BHS. his best time to date. many homes today. I ....... -......

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Big Red Seeks 7-3 Season Against Bishop KennySeeking

to end the 1968 grid Crusaders moved the 'ball on catches the
ball well and Is
season with a respectable 7-3 ( \ > of the a tackles and two ends Some- Individual tackles and four Ass llnehncker Ralph Morgan badon
\IWM Palatka at the beginning primary receiver
record the Bradford High Tornadoes : f' game, although they went on to Big Linemen times it's a four man line, however ists as did linebacker Tommy tackle and two assists

travel Thanksgivingnight rarnlsawwa ) I lJ r \ r- a 40-6 defeat Peters gets protection on his with the aniddleguard Blarkihenr.! The Tornadoes were recorded
(Thursday, Nov. 28)) to a shifted to tackle And the ends Keith Pa tray had three tackles
Fine PassersQuarterback .passes from line Dan Hlllegas, meet the 14 Bishop Kenny Cru- Fuwra..w./A I IA Charlie Peters, a 185-pound Junior who( plays both looking more like corner backs. Tom Marks 'had two,( tackles graded the game films.

saders at Bolles Stadium lr l -! : hit' 165-pound Junior, is a fine passer ways; Chuck t)(>Bartolomels, Patrick Out I and three assists. Patrick two 1ha t's opposed to( a whopping
Jacksonville. '- Coach Hurse declares, the 190, center Pete Baldwin, 195, The Tornadoes will play; tackles ,and two 'assists before 33 against Fernandina Beach
Game time Is 8 p,m. rwr.. I j ,, ',f fr. second the Tornadoes have had guard Bill Pujadas! 185, and Thursday minus tale .services of his Injury, Tackle Charles Smith when they missed as many, as
"They look pretty darn goodto S.Ilara- r.r rwl. ," ,; to deal with in two( weeks. The tackle Brian Woods, 210 pound end-tackle Tex Patrick :who( 'had two tackles land two'asslsts; the points 'they scored.
me-for a team that's won ..- AuaAsrit :BHS eleven dealt rather well junior. sprained knee in the Orange
only one game" says Coach! it .Iawl I with Orange Park's Mickey Park game and bad his
David Hurse of the Crusaders ..yA Brokas, however. Peters likes to split both ends, high .school football career:
after watching films. The head Good Receivers run a :slot man to one side to brought do Ian abrupt end. He GAINESVILLE
Tornado is attempting to \have set up a passing situation and
Split end John Brennan num-
will\ be replaced offensively by
his Tornadoes ready to play a : '} ,i ber 1 for the Crusaders: Is a then' run the draw play to the Donnle Elder and defensivelyby I
good 'ballgame and to Insure a ) real fine receiver Coach Hurse fullback The Crusader quarter,
victory In.the last game of the says, Tight end Joe Morelle, a back will lift the ban high Tom Marks.Coach Business
season Hurse and his playersare *,,/ 160-pound junior Is also con above his head then hand it to Hurse credited flanker DirectoryAUTO
> the running 'back Bill Adams and quarterback:
very much aware that a 7-3 \ sidered primary pass receiver Butch O'Shea
season sounds much better than ',/, ;/ and must be stopped as must The Crusaders run a 54 defense Bill Belote with good performances
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winning the championship.
The, Cowboys allowed 73

p a I points 123. Colts 95, and the Rams I Id

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I Tornadoes Trounce Orange Park 35-0 For 6th WinStrlldng I

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early and often the 46 after traveling only 16 yarda. --- -- I
Tornadoes of Coach David p '. The Tornadoes took over and a \
Nurse shut out Orange Park 35- five-yard motion penalty pushed ::1' '
0. winning their sixth game Friday them back to their own 49-yard- ,i,
Nov 22, In a one-sided ,
i line.But !
contest. quarterback (Mike Norman' taw
The win avenged a 19.12 rf'li' vent to the air, tossing a long '
Orange Park victory last year. pass which bounced off one
Putting his offense In high Tornado receiver and Into the ,f
Bear quarterback Bill! Belote bands: of Buddy Trawick who
passed for three touchdowns and ran to the Orange Park two- ;,
scored one. He led the offense .., yard-line. The play covered 49 1 d f fi fstrinf '\!
for 401 yards, the most the 'Tornadoes .' .: yards. ,, )
amassed this season it7
have Norman sent Dale Johns In ,
; their best previous offensive for the score with 4:49: left In \

performance was 288 yards the game. Tony\ Castlen kicked .- '''',' .";\/7/ : "': '" l'
against St. Augustine. the extra point and BHS led S3- l'J
Flanker Bill Adams caught 0. ;J

five Belote passes for 122 yards, ,

three of them for touchdowns. Statistics ., !.i:
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Bradford Drive First' Downs 11 8 bake City and Starke may be bitter rivals on that'D the 'way Lake City Introduced Its (learn
Bradford High won the open- Rushing 9.4 the gridiron, but Bradford High students aren't when Starke flayed there. !!I

big toss and: Belote immediately Passing 2 2 hesitant to pick up a good Idea when they see
his offense to work, get. Patrick sprained his knee and had his career I
put Yds. Gained 401 129 one.<<: Tex Patrick Tornado end runs auto the
ting the first of five touch- Rushing 177 71 ended asRJosl Orange Park
Held between two rows of fans Friday night;
downs on a 72-yard drive, with .. Passing 224 63
7:05: left In the first period. It Passes Compl. 8-13 7-25 Bolles Stadium
.i"' i; .'\:): i/\: : :: \ Thanksgiving
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took just 10 plays, the Tornado .- .... Passes: Int by 3 0 evening at 8:00: p.m. '
offense operating like a well- Fumbles Lost by: 2 0
oiled machine with Belote. go- Yds. Penalized 88 0 Florida Star Title TEAM STANDINGS
big the final foot for the tally. Punts 4-34 6-29
Biggest play of the drive was Score by Quarter Conference

a 24-yard pass. to running ... .... ....... ....... ., .. .......... .. ..... -....- ......-.......'.... .. BHS: 7 7 -14-35 Team Won Lost Tied
back Ronnie Griggs, who caughtthe O. Pk. 0 0 0 0-0 Goes To Palatka/ Palatka :3 0 1
pass in the right flat and Reaching with all he had BUS flanker Bill Orange' Park. Adams had to reach so hard for Scoring !Lake City 4 1 0

ran the pigskin to the 17-yard. Adam came up with this rass from quarterback the fnothal! that he- almost lost his balance, but BHS 1) Belote 1-ft. QB StarkeBolles 4 2 0
line before Orange Park safety Bill Belote for the Tornadoes' second TD regained it and went the final 15 yards for the sneak. Adams, kick PAT. 2) a r; 2 0
Arnold Braden brought him Adams, 35-yd. from Belote. The Palatka Braves finished Live Oak had *n open date. 2 3 0
early In the ,fecond period In the 35.0 win over TD. pass !Live Oak
down. the ,1968 season undefeated to Bolls. Orange' Park. Palatkaand Orange Park 11.:1. :
t It took Just three plays for win the Florida Star Conference St. Augustine wound:: up St. (Augustine 0 6 0
Belote to cover 62 yards for the r. Championship. their season! l leaving only 3 con
second Tornado TD. Fullback ference teams to see further ac Overall
Willie Cohens took a pitchout Palatka was 9-0-1 for the season .
around right end from his own however the 'tie ;put a tion. Like: Oak and Lake City. Team Won Lost Tied
38 and raced 27 yards to the AA blemish on their record and will! tangle Thanksgiving afternoon Pal atka 9 0 3-
Raider 35 before Steve Boat- more important knocked them : in Live Oak. This game Lake City 8 1 0
Wright brought him to ground. out of the State playoffs. Perrywent will conclude Live Oak's season Starke 6 CJ 0
Fingernail Catch while Lake City will play dn a 1B0lles II 3 2
undefeated and untied to
i Adams went down the left bowl game in Ocala. !Live Oak 5 41 0
sideline and made a fingernail aEJ edge Palatka In play-off points The Bradford Tornadoes rand Orange Park 3 5 3
catch of a Belote pass on first GO to 75. Palatka closed the regular Bishop Kenny will play their st. Augustine! S 9 0
[final when they meet at
down fo the score, which. came season! with 40-0 trouncing game
.y With 10:51: left !to the second' 01 hapless St. Augustine and has

period.of his Adams four added straight the extra second been mentioned bowl as a contenderfor '_..-.-.... ..............,
a game.

point BHS kicks.led 14-0, a margin they Lake City, second in the con. .4: Buy Daily :
took Into the half as a series ot Terence
standing and loser onlyto 4
clipping penalties stymied several
Palatka won it's eight
) other second offensive ef 4
of the season walloping! South

forts.Orange Park was field to two % J al Sumpter 527. Jack Meeks pass I. PECANS a
ed for 3 touchdowns and ran D
first downs and 41 yards gained _
py$7$ A In the first half when the startIng for one to lead the Tigers. I G>

n :Tornado defense! was in the Third :place Starke had no O
r k' game. One of those first downs trouble with Orange Park rollIng !. O
,,.-.".' <'"!I'\; came! on a 15-yard penalty against Mike Norman (number 12), Tornado defensive end collar up a 35-0 score. Bill Adams
= -'"" .--......... the Tornadoes.At Raider sperdsler Gary Haxk-y after turning him Inside as he :put on a show for the local O CASH PAID :

Tornadoes Keith Palmy, number 43, and Ben Moxley, 31, go their strongest as the'ecelved Is supposed to do. Norman l4 J the Tornadoes with four Individual fans 'as he accounted for 22 of

high for an Orange Park pass Intended for fullback !Mike Zeiglcr the second' half !kickoffthe tackles and six assists.! the Tornadoes points.

> 'litre It looks m II Patrny might eel his hand on the ball, Raiders put off the third !WAINWRIGHT PRODUCE CO.:
Tornado tally until only 1:50: remained Adams Catches Third Adams kick PAT. 3)) Adams 30- Bolles randed Macclenny' it's
lmlH Moxloy who for BUS.
; was : intercepted I
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right side and' the Tornado from Belote. Adams kick PAT I
Roar two touchdowns and: gained most
Tornadoes flanker raced down the sideline 5)) Johns, 2-yd run. Castlen kick STATE FARMER'S MARKET 0
But It took only] five plays for of Bolles" 259 yards rushing
for the fourth BHS touchdown, PAT. I.
the yards Tornado for a 21.0 offense lead.to go Belote 75- the play covered 52 yards. He ......ID.............1
added the PAT for a 28-0 Bradford - - -
ran right end for 14 yards, Co - -
+ hens slid 'right tackle for
r 1: 11 yards before over he slipped down fans got a preview I I
of the 1969 eleven when, with
Liz) IT
trying to cut, and: Belote almost the entire fourth per> !
scampered for 22 more yards
Sod remaining BItS coaches Squirrels
i yip.* behind: a nice a
eat y around right end flooded the field with bright i
to the Orange
block by ,
new Jerseys. Many boys got save ,
Park 30.Switching
of their
their first varsity game
to the aIrthe BHS careers after being brough up nuts ., ,
*_ signal caller hit Adams up the to the varsity after the B-squad t
middle on a 15-yard pass. The season ended.
,_ Tornado flanker headed for the
Brokas kept the ball In the
right sideline cut around Raider air, attempting to get the Raid-
defender Steve Boatwright. ers on the scoreboard, but his I
and had the score on a 30-yard knocked
passes were either

Ronnie GrlKg Is slopped hy the lat Orange Park man between play.Adams' third touchdown catcli down or dropped 'by Orange : PEOPLE SAVE MONEY I
him and the goal us he runs with a Billy Belote pass which came just minutes! later, nine Park dropped receivers.several passes The right! In

covered 21 yards. Crises carried the ball five limes for 29 seconds 'into the fourth period. their!. (hands.
yards; and caught the past for a total of 53 yards on the 72- Orange Park was pushed back
yard drive which netted the first Tornado TD. six yards in: three plays when BITS Subs Shine ,
Tornado end Mike Norman The Tornado subs would not ,
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(Continued from Page One) Frick, only BUS The runners 'have formed aI I I
cross country runner to qualify track club called the .
30 Appear for the state placed 13th among Striders and will compete In
down was the competition from 80 runners In the Class A Championships meets this summer after the regular -:
Japan Hong Kong and Formosa. Saturday, Nov. 23, In spring season to keep inhflpe. I I
Another reason was the Clearwater. .
boom which the Lexington area For
Tues. Coach George Loper lauded
is experiencing. This has created Frick for being only one of two
shortage of employees and Juniors in the first 15 runners. Choral Group I
other plants can afford to pay The BHS runner will be back !
higher wages.A Plea DayWith next year. From High School EFTECTIVE JAN. 1.1969 THE I

family company, Big Dad Only one runner !from north Heard At Rotary I FOLLOWING
was founded In Lexington in
( Florida 'beat Frick and that was
1909 by D. S. Siceloff Sr., fath- some 30 persons appear. only by four seconds. Larry Members of the:! High! School SUBSCRIPTION RATES WILL BE IN EFFECT
er of !the present company pre ing before County Judge Theron Woods of Orange Park ran a Chorus made their first public i :
sident. It manufactured men's Yawn on Plea Day Tuesday 10:58.: appearance of the season at the I
and boy's wearing apparel under Nov. 26, all except two were Frick :recorded a time of 11:0: ? Starke Rotary Club meeting t
the name brands of Big charged with relatively minot over a rough two-mile courseat Wednesday Nov. 13, under the IN TRADE AREA SAVE
Dad Ll'l Dad. Happy Jim. Cow. offenses. a Clearwater golf course that direction of Virgil' Lovett. OUT OF COUNTY

hide Brand Western Jeans and Walter A. Fulghum] was. charged Included water jumps as haz- Featured on tne program was (Includes Keystone Heights) Or Trade Area t
Ponyrlders. with writing four worthless ards. It was not Frick'a best the popular: ballad, "My Cup OBEY
checks one of which was for time of the year due to the Runneth Over," sung by Mike One Year 5.00 One Year 5.50
$856. He waived a preliminary rough course Hanks: and two trio numbers,
----. hearnig and the case, a felony, Two other varsity runners "The ''Banana Boat Song" by I 6 Months 2.75 -- 6 Months t
was sent to Circuit Court. will be back with Frick on the Randy Brown Melody CUttino, 3.00

My Neighbors Fulghum pled guilty: to the cross country team next year. and Brenda Hesters: and "Ball 3 Months. -, 1.50 RENEW 3
charges on the three smaller They are Junior! Allan Pats 11: Hal" by Cathy Oliver, Mike I Months 1.75
checks, $31, $38 and: $69, and' 12, and Mike Fogg 12:19. Seniors Hanks and Patty Whitehead. 2 Years I
was ordered to make restitution Reggie Flynn, 11:40: and :The 20-voics choral .group 9.00 NOW 2 Years 10.00
and fined. The defendant Ray Lowry, 11:44: will be lostto sang threa numbers, closing with
explained that he had money the new squad. their featured version of "I Be. t
,r;e in an account when he wrote Several present eighth graders Iteve." ALSO ON
mn JAN. 1 THE
the checks and that he thoughtall are expected to bolster the Coach David Hurse spoke on SINGLE COPY PRICE It
u checks had been cleared. 1969 squad (however 83 fresh. the value of self-discipline as
Jami Gertrude Inez Btxtte pled'noti men. Coach George! Loper won't taught in the athletic program t ON NEWSSTANDS OR I
guilty to driving without. valid tal'; about winning a date ''but said It was getting. more BY CARRIER
driving license and guilty to championship in 1969 but he's work difficult all the time to
driving while under the Influence thinking of one in the next few recruit boys who are willing. to I WILL BE 15*: PER COPY
of alcoihol. The first years as the eighth! graders de- make the sacrifice of time and I

charge was dismissed and the velop. hard work necessary to participate
defendant was fined $ISO or eo Best of the middle school in athletics. He attributed
uNti days in Jail for the second runners to date is Larry Green this: to the general laxnass and I
charge and liter license was revoked who Monday recorded an 11:08: perm lvenesJ ana me: iu ... I
"Coffee, tea or milk?" for 90 days. over the two mile course at in discipline that is the trend in

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Tomorrow Night At Bolles
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I Big Red Seeks 7-3 Season Against Bishop Kenny I

Seeking to end the 1968 grid ball on catches
Crusaders moved the the ball well and Is a
season with a respectable 7-3 two ends. Some Individual tackles and four Assists linebacker (
Palatka at the beginning: of the primary receiver. Ralph Morgan had
record the Bradford High Tornadoes times It's a four man line, how. as did linebacker Tommy
game, although they went on to Big Linemen ontackle and two assists.
ever, with the tniddleguard
travel Thanksgivingnight a 40-6 defeat. Peters gets protection on his Blarkshenr.! The Tornadoes were recorded
(Thursday, Nov. 28)) to .shifted to a tackle land the ends Keith Pntray :had three tackles
wtsa.lAAVwr.r,/ +NWeNrw Fine Passers passes from line Dan Hillegas. as mlsslnsr only six tackles after
meet the 1-4 Bishop Kenny Crusaders dap,, Quarterback Charlie Peters, a 185-pound Junior 'who plays both looking more like corner backs Tom Marks 'had two tackles COftfrhes. graded the dame films
at Bolles Stadium >IE MBWMJWMWKWBOBWOi 1 lM-hVA1WhW,1, I itrr1 165-pound Junior, Is a fine passer ways; Chuck DeBarlolomels, Patrick Out and three assists, Patrick two 'That's opposed to a whopping
Jacksonville l kw..A. r 1ar.r Coach Nurse declares the 190 center Pete Baldwin, 195, The Tornadoes will play tackles and two ''assists before 33'' against Fernandlna Beach
Game time is 8 p,m. '.,rcapwr have had Thuisday minus the .services of
G second the Tornadoes guard Bill Pujadas, 185, and his injury, Tackle Charles Smith when they missed as many as
"They look pretty darn good awrAAIA.q to deal with In two weeks. The tackle Brian Woods, 210 pound end-tackle Tex Patrick :who had two tackles land two assists; the points they scored
to me-for a team that's won BHS eleven dealt rather ,well junior sprained ,a knee In the Orange
only one game," says Coach! e K with Orange Park's Mickey Park game and had his
David Hurse of the Crusaders +.1 r,. Brokas, however. Peters likes to split both ends high school fobtbaJl career
after watching films. The head, Good Receivers run a :slot man to one side to brought to I lan abrupt: : end. He GAINESVILLE
Tornado Is attempting to have "- Split end John Brennan, number set up a passing situation and will be replaced offensively by
his Tornadoes! ready to play a JI J rJI + 1 for the Crusaders Is a then run the draw play to the Bonnie Elder: and defensivelyby I
good 'ballgame and to Insure a I rs real fine receiver. Coach Hursa fullback. The Crusader quarter
victory In,the last game of the says, Tight end Joe' Morelle. a back will lift the ball! !high Tom Marks.Ooach .
season Hurse and his playersare / 160-pound Junior, Is also con above his head, then hand It to Hurse credited flanker Directory
very much aware that a. 7-3 < \ .< 'b sidered primary pass receiver the running ,back Butch O'Shea. Bill Adams' and quarterback
season sounds much better than / and must be stopped as must The Crusaders run a 5-4 defense Bill Belote with good performances
64. the coach says. tailback (Dan Borjee 055-pound Sometimes it'a a straight against Orange Park Be AUTO SALES !MEN'S WEAR
Kenny showed little spirit in Junior who' has good speed 5-4: with a mlddleguard. two Tote" scored one tou.chdomand
absorbing a. 280 beating from passed, for three others 'land BRASINGTONCADiLLACOLDS
Bolles of Jacksonville, a team 224 yards, Adams caught live :\tORILE
the Tornadoes won over by t : passes, three for touchdowns SALES & SERVICE Blacker Coats
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be beaten !If we play heads up Stomp 'em is exactly" what Tornado footballers and cheer Norman Tackle 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-53(11/ ( Peters Jackets Sweaters
ball," the scouting report post- leaders! want to do to Bishop Kenny tomorrow night to end" the .
Junior Mike :Herman led Tor. Ladles Sportswear
ed on the wall of the Tornado 19118 grid season" with a 7-3 record ( CRANE
tk' I (' nado tackling against[ OrangePal'k
field house reads. Posing with the huge alga: pasted on a Bradford High School LINCOLN-MERCURY 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand
Only victory owned by the 4T from his defensive end GAINESVILLE
w aC; arc (11 l-r) guard Butch Crisis cheerleaders Cindy Sink and Authorized Sales & Service MALL
Crusaders Is a 28-19 win over spot with four Individual tackles
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Fernandina Beach r and six 'assists. Belote had Kiree
Crane ImportsVolvo
Crusader Pluses ,
Coach Hurse's respect fot News Odd emergencies? MG Austin Healey MUSTANG

Bishop Kenny, however comes 606 E. University, Gainesville
from what he terms a fine l L f Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc.
passing attack big aggressive Talk about oddities and rare and thanks to the Colts and the '1 ..
linemen, and the fact that the :happenings would you believe Rams, they did. As the record Front Row (L-R) Butch Faulkner, Randy Edmondson, Richard ELECTRIC MOTORS Gainesville's Discount Mobile
that In a four team league an shows these teams were aboutas Home Sales Lot.
Smith, Robert Edmondson, Ricky Norman, Douglas Kersey
four teams finished the season evenly matched as possible ELECTRIC NEW MOON CAPELLAAs
Todd Hicks; Back Row Dennis Broun, Stephen Alvcrez, Jack
With 5 wins' and 5 losses? Offensively, the Rams led the Low as $100 Down
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l NO OTHER GIFT in the Recreation DepartmentSmall points, the Colts 87, Packers booty* answ f Furniture Tops Windows

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Tour lookiton hat manyIn/! "r 'N*
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.. ; 4dJJ I t'l "I .. .ems
I c lea l l, I 1." l J). ( ,
: Front Row (L-R) Robin Pearce, Rlrky Diamond, Mark Red.
E dish, Huey Neats, Donald Reddish Keith Klrchalne; Back Row t

BULLINGTON'SPhotography 4 ,,.'"' .. (11Jf' ". ."\ David Grimes, Bobby Smith, Greg Alvarez: Jamie Beam, Harry tt
Faulkner, Eddie Akrldse.
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CAbtERA5JEWELRY Front Row, (L-R) Mike Srott, Jimmy Kersey, Stuart Strick RP AF

ij1_GIFTS @J land; Back Row, Sam Pltlman, Charles Green, David Griffls, ,

and Mitchell Kersey, + ,
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and ironically t
more than 7 points .
MARY CARTER PAI TSp winning this the knocked championship.them out of I; r r .'. P ,,

The, Cowboys allowed 73 / t 1 I y a ll' '

/ points Colts 95, and the Rama ,
p a 123. ; t 1 1Ir

Packers" 20-Cowboys 0
Keith Klrchalne with one ,
1 i touchdown, and a. 2 point conversion -
while Eddie Akrldge '
1 scored twice to lead the Packers I C
to a 20-0 win over the Cowboys f ft
Thursday, Nov. 19.
Rams 26-Colls 11 Front Row (L-R) Terry Saucer, David lIarley, Kevin Hamilton fJ t2 "' ff

In the highest scoring game Ricky Johns, John Denmark Back Row Jimmy Lamb, 2 t
of the year the Rams downedthe Drew Barry, Frankie Crews, Mike Cole ft f
Colts 26-13. Jackson Prevail s ,

b,. w+,,. scored four touchdowns to lead Drew Barry to defeat the Cow- game. Their biggest I score was
the Rams. Robert Edmondson .,. ,.
!boYS 6-0. 44 points while the least was 14. S ? rt t
'} f a made two point conversion. a
a (Men's BasketballA They had two close games, both ,
n Drew Barry scored the Colts 13 meeting to organize Menta' with the Cardinals 20-18 and : gT,.
points Basketball League will be held! 1413.
? Rams 18-Packers IS Monday, December 2. 1968. In Saturday. Nov 23, the Recre N t
r The Rams scored 3 touch. order to begin earlier than last ation Department gave both
downs, Wednesday. Nov. 20. In year It is urgent that teams leagues a party that was held<
the 2nd half to defeat the Pack- planning to play this year, be at the Pratt Street Center. Ap
()UIt ?atic0ud ONE COAT 'ers 18 to 18. The Packers led present. proximately 70 boys attendedthe < t
at half time 16-0. James Groves, BANTAM LEAGUE: hamburger fry with each
ROl-EZE AEi%cHOUSE Jackson Prevatt, and Lee Casey The Bantam Flag Football boy receiving a certificate for
each scored for the Rams League ended Its season, Thursday participation.[
PAINT David Gaines and Keith Kirdi- Nov. 21, with the Giants t
alne each scored a touchdown having a perfect 10-0 record
fAA. PER for the Packers. .Both Games The Saints took second placeartth
Rst1. GALLON and Klrchalne scored two point a 4-5-1 record the Cardinals
A 3 conversions. All the scoring for third with a 3-7, and the
the Packers came on passes Rams. 1-8-1. WATCH :
.., ,,,,y f from Eddie Akrldge. The Giant averaged 23 pointsa OUT
2 GALS.$998f In 'the second game Jimmy game while their opponents
GdNou1lM.Iplnfwan Lamb scored on a pass from could manage only 8 points perAAtig. .

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f CARTER OIL BASE ruined by an ember from 5.2500 t
Front Row (L-RJeffrey) Norman, Wade Winkler Larry
% HOUSE PAINT ous.f 9EReg nn outdoor grill. His camera
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f5/0 FOR Brace Wolfred, Gene Tanner Crlffto. was stolen. Fortunately *
Jay Godwin Jimmy
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paid both losses. That's
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Mary Phone 475-5101 JOHNS AGENCY :

Phone 964.7025 Myers Pumps = .Ra OF STARKE
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tuePurchased 8tark" ... Florida and file the In The (.lr.-ul ('..urt 0' FIorIi"' I.. 'I'lle. oIudlt..1 Circuit Clrcul& Of
original Eighth
Three Pick-up Trucks Requests Ju.llrl.il. lrrull.. In *"" ._ 'ad Fur Bradford
In the office of the Clerk |-.l h.H J"IurIIU' "
.. (10"'
of the Circuit Court on or be- F..r IIrn.If..1 .'. .ut, ........e'. I;,..' :10'"
fore the ttth day of Action net !No.Francis lII. KUIOI'.aValre.l'hlnUtt .
December 'i..inilff'. lI..nd"1&: "
I n. Kuper-
Plowing 1968: otherwise the allegationsof I. n n<-" rfnd- va l'hl1lp
said romplalnt will be taken VII Caroline M iwnew/ ".VIIS. jvfundnflt.: ,
CityFor aa ronfcHHPd by you. ant. :NOTiCE OF'
By Stnti- Of Florlfln To: It. Kupei avaB
LinesThree TlilH notice shell l h. publUhed The To: rlilllP
once each week for four consecutive Caroline M nmnwAddrem 18!, W IlId..ol', IItr..t:
wvvka In the Hrndford unknown that ;';"' Ju'aey
County' Telegraph.OHteil You are herel notified KtATi, hereby notified thatan
has :
pick-up trucks were truck and Biggs Body Shop told The Florida Forest Service thin 7th dny of Novem a proceeding for divorce' Circuit' c-tlon for divorce han been
purchased: on bid far: $4,986 by not 'her IAD1)) been brought In the filuul j1gutiflNL/ yOU und ;you arer"Ilulrl'd
: truck <
Council the
the was "
) reports that requests by landowners (SEAL) Court for Uradfoul "nfl to aer" .0 ""lIlt 0-1 your
the Starke City Council Tuesday worth repairing It was decidednot to have fire lines plowed Charles A. Darliy Flo.) 'Ida against. you You written c..II..I.a. If any t. It on
night. Nov. 19. to repair it. Clerk of the Circuit Court C.errkyofeVVe''c 1 U'u.. "coiTylmranswer 1.ugcno: 10' Hh.\I'. Attorney for
have not been coming in aa Hy Oeiilnh it!. Moody, ? .. whose uiddruw,. IH 142Vcet
will in I-'""'""" In a'aintlrr .
Two trucks bs used the Councilman Gerald Williams they should. Pcputy Clerk. or other 10 "",I'\'O \ C..II IIII'e'I: Htark. 10.1.-
Meter and Street Departments suggested that $800 !elated to 11/14 U 12'5In : nld proreedliiB" nml\\'l1l1om' Ti.Tiurwell. iIa nllO''' filt' thu orlslll..1 with
be made >jplxmtng .. upon "ho\'o styled
Requests can copy of H me Vlerl of I ho
and the third! bought with nobody replace the roof of the Fire the Forest service Att"Ifl"Y t",., l'IHlnllrt o..lnpa'I1I. CoUrt the on Tor l.ircr December 2,
will to Gas Depart;: the 21.Roulh..n..1 First Rt'pt.. iillHTWiHe. Judgment
go the Department be switched to: tine lc.f're t lie lU6H ;
0. forthe
SR-100 on
headquarters on I he. Fl.rlla againSt you
merit according, to Utilities truck and the roof be patchedfor number Is 9645436. Landowners Ilradroril'rh. County County; Jndve'i Florida Court Of 1/I4I'i duly. or lt'u.DetA1l1t, I Dfl. will Hereinfail ho ,,lay rX-l, enlfied demanded' I" tho Com-

Supt. Oscar Davis. another year. Chairman Orle can also contact the Forest No. 1-15X2 entered not, against or a you '1.llIlnl{.;l.nV".l{ I ,
Two trucks purchased In re: Untatc of Arthmon and pal of W
were Tyson
turned the matter over h..ml
Wiggins :il of
Ranger In their area. Dpcenfled.NOTICE. Witness mv tAI'Ip, Bru(1fi'dCounty uf ....lil omit on the Uny"
.from Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds. to the Fire Committee how- OP said Court In .1A"' (ifNovemler. 0"1"IuI. I\luC S.Ciiuirlee .
PROHATn rolh
Forest Service asks that this 1
The Florhla
mobile for $3.389.50. The third ever, to find the remaining $1- requests be made as soon as New Hampton Post Office The To Eatxte All 1'emonn Of -Said Interested Decedent In 1 901. .vi /Clerk. .\of. 1 Iuriy Said: Court
with 230 horse-power instead of : SHAM October 30,
the :
400 it will take to purchase You ( KlfHt I'ulillrntlon
the are hereby that .
possible to allow time for Charll'N A. T>lu'1w.CII.rk
150 to accamodate a heavier one-ton truck Buford needs. The a written Instrument purporting Court I 11108.
new lines to be plowed before the Hampton pout office will begin operations Monday In to 'be the last will of the Circuit 10/J1 4t Jl/21
and testament flarhy
body was purchased from The fire chief was told: thata danger <"-ason for woods burn Its ttracllve new brick-front building on Navarre St.. accordingto of acid decedent had beenadnittpi pv: Charles 11/21 4t 1212
Hardy's Auto Sal33 for $1.596.72. larger 300-gallon tank and to probate In
Bids were also accepted for a pump can be Included in next ing. Mrs. Mary Williams, post master. The building has been court. Ton me hereby lI1ahJ

body for the third truck. The year's budget: if he can use the completed for several weeks but the move from the old building ed from within the date Mix of ralendnr the first months publication DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

council awarded. that bd: to Gay. smaller 120-gallon tank on the Boys Ranch was postponed due to delay In receiving some of the boxes of thIs notice to appear
In thin court and
cause. If
non IronWorks of Jacksonville present truck for another year. for Installation Formal dedication of the building will be held any you can. why the action of STARKE PHONB 964-6200

but the ccmpany submitted two The coancll also told Clerk DiscussedAt at a later date Mri. Williams said. thl. court In admitting said will "-

bids both lower than the competition Merrill Edwards that
and Supt. Davis will meter costing $434 might be A. Yawn

decide which ta accept. One placed in next year's budget. Weaver administrator In>Un'ult OTICI Court TO DEFEIoU llrntlforil: suit You for are Divorce hereby baa notified been filed thata Flrat County publication Judge on November i
Harry I Services
body was bid in at $391 and the Edwards said his office uses County, Flurlilni In thnncerr; ngnlnsl you In the above named 14, 1968Thotnnn Rental
of the Florida Sheriffs Boys Cnse Not 447 & Pierce
Ctnirt nnd cause nnd
other was $20 higher. $3-6,000 of postage par year and Ranch' at Live Oak; was guest Alice June Powell Plaintiff required to servo it copy you of your are> 203-205 North Temple Avenue HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CI1AIRP"
No action was taken on bids he thought! a meter might: save Starke RotarYWednesday William, 1'enn Powell, Jr De- nnm\fr "r 1 pluitdlnff to the complaint !Starke Florida ,
the fendant.
to repair an old pick-up truck time and that the secretaries in speaker at, Nov. 20. showing' NOTICE TO APPEAR llonornblo on the George I'liilntlffs H. PIerce.Attorney Attorney Petitioner 11/14 4t 12112 CRITTCHES

used by the Fire Depa.-tm.ent. his office liked it. The clerk To: William Venn Powell Jr.

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had asked for $3,500 in the new however. and facilities where
boys who have had "some bad
budget for: a new truck, pump Enough city employees have
breaks In life" are given a good
and a 300-gallon tank, but the signed up for tha group life

Council knifed the request, Instead insurance policy to keep it, the home schooling, and recreationin

telling Buford ta get bidson clerk reported Several weeks pleasant' surroundings. Wfnt
Weaver said that the Ranch
repairing the old truck. ago Edwards said the city was '
started by the Florida sheriffs _
Baldwin Chevrolet-Oldsmoblle was _
in danger of losing the group
largely faith, and that by __
submitted bid f to do on
a c $432 policy because less than the required -

body and glass 'work on the old : 75 per cent ot the employees aU the rules of economics" It
Should have been a failure. But
were signed up. succeeded he USED VACUUM c1.m... reconditioned
the project has E. LaRue
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said due to the generosity
PVVyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'uiNEWS PFC Charles E. Thornton: son public-spirited donors' who wanted If you find your name among the Classified Ads, name brands to choooe from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thorntonof Parts dt excellent repairs aN
to use a part of their money Fire Homeowners
come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO
Ralfcrd has been assignedas He makes. KIRBY SALES *
for the benefit society.
ABOUT a medic with the 1st Cavalry eventual SWJIVICE 712 N. Main. Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT
said that plans are to FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 DrIve
Division (Airmobile) in Vietnam ly expand the Ranch facilitiesto 376-7110. tfchg: Keystone Height ..1148"I

accommodate at least 400 Theatre Passes In. to I
SERVICE MEN PFC Joseph: E. Starling: son of
Lillian boys. own a Longchamp Home? WANTED USED gas cook
Mrs. Thomas of Starke I
He pointed out that the boys INSURANCE Better built for" F>rMa liv- stove or electric refrigerators
wselvs ad-
has completed eight : of New Inner prlftp
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA_ are not Juvenile delinquents and AT REDUCED RATES ing. Your planr or ours I beds, dinette sets bedroom
vanced infantry training at Fort CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box Springs
Lewis Wash. He received will not be accepted If they AUTO. FlEE BOAT Your lot or ours. contact Bu sets. sofas and chairs. Phone

specialized Instruction in small have court records. "They are Up to 15 words .___' 1.25 Drop U. A Ctard or Call DOYLE E. CONNER ford Mitchell phone! '646R53. 964-7923. Dahmers tfchg.

and such simply good boys who have had (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA ft-BIM IN8UBANCR AORNOl P O. Box 238. Starke.
unit tactics in firing .
MEN WANTED Men cottage
some bad breaks In life, and It tf, .
weapons as the M-16 rifle M-60() Is oUr Job to give' them a happy Each word over 15 _. .07 tfchg parents age over 21. Startingpay
E. Adkln at
machine gun, and the 35-inch home and secure future," he $295 month promotion opportunities -
rocket launcher. His lather V. Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired PUMPSNEW and regular Increases -

'L. -Starling! lives on Route 1, eald.The speaker was Introducedby paid In advance .___ J5 Upholstered &: Refinished AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE JIMMY MOORE'S in pay. 8 hour day 5

Lawtey. MATTRESSES REBUILT SUN SPORTSMOORE day week sick leave vacations
Deputy Sheriff Dolph Red- .
Resolutions ......... AgthASTINGS I
Memorials state retirement. If Interested.
dish. I I Deep & Shallow Wells -
PFC Larry O. Slocum son of 7. MATTRESS BOAT TOR please apply In person Personnel
cents word
per Water Softeners & Filters
Mrs. Mary F. Lewis of Stal'ke.has & UPHOLSTERY WORKS YOUR MONEY Manager Sunland Training Center

been assigned as a rifleman 183 Deer Killed 710 Lemon St. Palatial I Fxpert Service On Starke Ph. 6645791SERVICE Gainesville! Fla tfchg
All Makes
in the 4th Infantry Division near -
In Blanding Area Phone 964-7061 SPECIALSki ED WAINWRIGHT
Doc Lap Vietnam 50 words or less .-_ 3.00) .
I DURRANCE PUMP Rig ____ $395.00 AGENCYFor
Since Nov. 9
Airman 1st Class Aubrey W. Each: word over 50 __ .07 I AND SUPPLY CO. New Model Engines arriving All Your

Giiffis! son of Mr. and Mrs. L. One hundred and eightythreedeer .- every day.: Insurance NeedsSpecializing

L. Griff, of Route 1, Law ley, have been killed In the CONCRETE BLOCK w/brick ve- FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE in

Speclallsl-5 Knute Coleman is on duty at Udorn Royal Thai Camp Blandlng Wildlife Man ner home. 3-bedrooms. 2 baths. ready for occupancy. a bed- Mobile Home Insurance
TV sets baby
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Cole- AFB in Thailand. The airman U agement Area since the season Large family room separate room 1H bath. Seated; Just FOR RENT Ph. Starke 964-6818
man of Route .Starke, is serving a graduate of Union County High opened November 9,, ,through dining room and den. In! excel outside of city limits In beds electric guitars amplifiers

with Headquarters Battery..5th School l. and was assigned as a Mnday: Nov. 23. ,lent residential neighborhood.Call Finebreeze. Easy monthly refrigerators by day -

Bn., 6th Artillery in Germany weapons mechanic at Eglin AFB Other kills during the same 034-5641 after 5:30: p. m. terms. Longchamp Const Co. week or month. Phone 964-

and will complete his Fla. before being sent overseas. period were: turkey 23: hogs tfchgTHE Contact Bi f 01 d Mltcocll 7923. Dahmers tfchg Now OpenFor

three-year enlistment next July. 20; Quail. 91; cat squirrel. 1043; pone 964-6853 p o. Box EZERASE: TYPEWRITER

Specialist Coleman volunteer. PFC Gerald L. Jackson son fox squirrel S3. KEY TO ?1fl Starke tf<*" PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bond Business

ed for service In July 1966. following of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. N. Jack More than ten thousand o Gracious' Living I r.pr. Notebook Fillers.clradfoHCntinty -
his graduation from son, of Starke, has been assigned hunters NEW FOR SALE-2 bedroom house. Tele..ph.SEWING .
have been In the Camp
Bradford High School and took to the 4th Infantry Division rif1 Town House nice neighborhood. Elec. Range Turntable
Blending area since the season The
basic training at Fort Bennlng near Pieiku Vietnam as a rifle uI and Gas Heater. Phone 9645801.tf MACHINE -Cleaned.
opened November 9. APARTlIENTSII.
Ga. He was sent to Fort Polk man. DoItYourselfSEAMLESS oiled and adjusted In your

La. for special training before Sell or RentFurnished home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs Record Shop

being sent to active duty Jn Foster Memorial I\ FOR RENT Furnished apart also. All work guaranteed.
ment 4 rooms and bath. Utilities Dennis Phone 431-
Vietnam where he served a or Unfurnished E. Cogglns

year and a half. Plans Special Buford Mitchell furnished. Phone 9646852.tf 1428. tfchg 167 W. CALL ST.

Upon returning from Vietnam. STARKE. FLA.
:he enjoyed a 30-day leave with 964-6853 9646760No. FLOORING FOR SALE-3 bedroom. 1 bath Machines for sale dec PHONE 964-5117

his parents here before leaving Two special events win be ; concrete block hov, $c. Large corner tries; subtraction credit balance. -

.for his new assignment In Ger combined to offer the public a ll>t. Located 1027 Butler Rd. Bradford County Telegraph -
many. Christmas entertainmenttreat 686 Just 3-4 mile out of S11 S"0. Ph. 964-5887. 81-12-12 l tf FOR RENT-3 bedroom home.

While serving: In Vietnam. pre Starke. One acre lot 4 room and ,we mmam : I Call 964-5413. tfchg
at Foster Memorial
!Specialist Coleman received two Stephen bath' bungalow-Yea I Only $2- FOR RENT-Partly furnished 4 WANTED USED WRINGER

citations signed by General near White Springs on Dec. 900. '. rrom apartment. 2 bedroom and washer: Will pay cash or takeIn FOR RENT-Furnished efficiency -

Westmoreland In 1967 the 78. Occupants of all automobiles No. 559NO BUILDINGS!I2( : i. large hall. Phone 9646937.tfchff trade on anything! Dahmers apartment. $50 month.

Army Commendation Medal for bearing Florida license beautiful toldg. sites though) 169 Dlcount House. tchz Renner Apt.. 633 McMahon. Ph.

Meritor'.ojs: Service, and the Air plates will be admitted without fertile acres: 70 under plow, 'I 964-6279 tfchg.
Charge to the memorial PLUMBING REPAIRS Call DRESSMAKING Alterations
Medal for Meritorious Achievement 65-70 Improved] pasture. Est.
grounds on both days of this MEN WANTED Laundry RepsV Thomas 407 Center St., and all types sewing in my FOR SALE OR FOR RENTOn -
in Stock 100
while participating Cap: head. 3 water
'Florida Appreciation Weekend workers Kitchen aids laborers Ftark-. Phone 964-7667. if no home. 2 miles South on Hwy. I easy terms 2 and 3 bed
more than 25 aerial mlssslons holes. Beauty buy for beef. $37-
hostile territory.The ," according to director JoeA. 500. 1-3 dii.STROUT cottage parents. watchman anmr 964-5B37/ Stehg-11-2** 130.() Phore 961-5348. Archie and room houses. Road 100 East. W.
Cawthon. cooks and clerks ground- Mildred Hollingsworth.! ''H. NoUman. Starke UP citation said: "Through! REALTY, 2117 N. OUT OF TOWN
of the two.dalevents keeper, truck driver. 8tchg1128HAY
his ouUta:idlng: professional Highlights will be the annual Temple Ave.. Starke, Fla. day week eight hour day. LOTS suitable. for house (trailer CALL US FOR YOUR BOOKKEEPING

competence and' devotion: to 964-6609 State retirement vacations or moderi: homes priced at For sale. 75c bale. Phone SECRETARIAL.

duty Special's!' Col:man consist. PFC Marshall Beam, son of Christmas musical program. sick leave. If interested, please <85f>.00 each. 964-5130. J. W. Gasklns. Rt. 2, TYPING. PAYROLL AND IN-
obtained superior results. Mr. and Mrs. William\ M. BeamJr. and the annual open house of TRAILER LOTS modern
enly apply in person Personnel Three bed room frame Box93. Uchg COME TAX WORK 9645758.:
Working long and arduous of Keystone Heights has antiques. Concerts of holiday LAKE ACCESS Sunland TrainIng home with large lot facing U.

hours he set an example that completed a refresher caur.se11 music will be presented In the Manager, Gainesville. Fla. S. 301. suitable for business If WANTED Secretary-Choir Director BUILDING MATERIAL, plywood -

!Inspired ilLs associates to strive hand-to-hand combat and small auditorium of the :Foster Carillon $15 Down $15 Month I Center tfchgX. de lred. Price 6000. for chaplain's office. I I nails paint doors locks

for maximum achievement. The unit warfare tactics with mag Tower from 3 to 4 pm. Lake Lots $2500 Up A. J. THOMAS. RealtorTel. Qualifications: Play piano and I I roofing electric supplies plumbing

loyalty. initiative and will to ing Battalia: at Marlnj: Corps both days while the antiques -Investment Properties- M. Smith 964-5701 organ; type efficiently. Please I -. We will save you money

succeed that he demonstrated at Base, Camp Pendleton Calif. will be shown from 10:30: a.m. contact Rev. Samuel S. Cuth- I at Orlffls Trading Post. 2 1-2

all times materially contributedto Staging Battalion: prepares to 5 p.m.Concerts. S. E. McKAY RENTALS NEEDED Furnished POSTED SIGNS: Treated to bert chaplain. Sunland Train miles North of Starke on 301.

the successful accomplish. Marines for assignment to an will be given by the or unfurnished. Strout withstand weather- 20c each, ing Center Gainesville. Call I Phone 964-7289. tfchg

ment of the mission of this com overseas combat zone as a partof Sterrett Family Ensemble of Realtor-Appraiser Realty 2117 N. Temple Ave., $2.25 doz. Special price on larger 376-5381 Ext. 424. Tuesday

mand. His performance was in the Marines Corps airgroundteam Gainesville, and by North Florida ". Kevstone Ilts. 4734816BUY Starke. Fla. (1904) !964-RWN. quantities. Bradford County through Friday. 2tchg 11-28 FOR RENT- Attractively furn-

the best traditions of the U. S. In addition to individual Junior College Chorus from THANK YOU NOTE -Beautifully Telegraph. tf ished 2 bedroom apartment on
Madison and the Fernandlna SELL TRADE FOR SALE-20 acre farm with N. Walnut St. Call Mrs. J. W.
Army and reflects great credit and' unit defensive measures he engraved In gold or
Bill Powell FOR SALE Snap corn. Call six room house barn. 11 head tfchg
Beach 1st Baptist Church Choir. Klmcald 64-7831..
upon himself and the military reviewed'he techniques of scout silver. $1.25 for box of 23, including
Real Estate !964-5630. Itp cattle. 3 horses 11 ducks. 60 I
service." ing and patrolling antl guerilla INVITATION TO ,DB Call 964-6464 envelopes. Hrndford chickens 4 hogs. 5 miles west BARGAIN HOUSES-3 bedroom
warfare land navigation and BY 8TATKTAMiAHASSKB PlRC..AIIINOCU"I'II114810:11: County Telegraph tf FOR RENT Large 3 bedroom :
house Community
Hellbronn In Theressa
: In the Starke Plaza on SR 16 near
Pvt. E.2 Joseph Starling recently compass reading. unfurnished hcuse. Contact Mrs.
FLORIDA Springs. Phone I $75 down. owner will finance.
ROOM RENT fre for light
completed 17 weeks .of Competitive .Sealed Bids willb JIMMY! MOORE'S GULF ? D. I.. Sllcox 331 Clark St. tfchg 9646433.2tp 11-28 Take Hwy. 100 east from Starke
received by the State Purchasing maintenance work Underwcod
training at Fort, Benning, Ga. Commission until 11:00: "SPECIAL" Motel. Ph. 964 6985 tfchg Edward about 7 miles to Brtnson's
and Fort Lewis, Wash., and was AM on the date shown lor the Light Adjustment only $3.25 for McMurrayFOR WANTED Experienced dou- I, Store. turn right :house on left

at home on leave with his parents 'Jehovah'sWitnesses following December: 12. 1918 Sate of doubles and $2.25 for singles. ANTIQUES. Used furniture WORLD BOOK Encyclopedia ble-entry bookkeeper. Must do at end of road. Also ,have house

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Mixed Pine Oum. plus double Green Stamps.We toys. bicycle and parts. We call 964-6560. ltp professional typing and take I tn Mlddleburg. Go one block
Will Did Blank., Conditions, and .
Starling of Lawtey, before Ctpeclflcatlnns" may be Obtained use the same equipmentthat buy sell and trade. Orltfls "hcrthand at 80 wpm. Application I past Post Office turn left on

leaving for duty in Vietnam. :Attend AssemblyJehovah's from the State Purchasing Com- 'is used at the Inspection Trading Post 2 1-2 miles Northon HELP WANTED must indicate" previous experlencg dirt Rd. Go to next dirt rd. turn
mlflRlnn, William D. Bloxham.
Building' Room 112 Calhoun Station. 2tchg 11-28 301. tfchg right house at end of road. This
Witnesses from the Street Tallahassee, Florida. $3.50 HOURLY worth a 5c I lary $400 per month. Send resume house has been vandalized. Will
Army :Sergeant Eugene W. The Commission reserves the HORSE FOR SALE-6 old to ? to 1 I
Starke Congregation will attend yrs. FOR SALE-2 bedroom house postcard you Easy earn to CXIBB Drawer 970. be cold cheap. Call collect for
Pass 22, ion of Mrs. Elise G. their Circuit Assembly at the rlll"lIto reject Al J. any DayExecutive or all blJ". mare $175. Phone 964-5144. El- large lot on paved st. in Starke. $10 to $13 daily distributing famous i Stark( Fla. This is an equal Mr. Grant. 574-0644. Housing

Pas 128 N. Church St., Starke Director wood Padgett. 2tp 11-28 Small dawn payment balance I Watkins products to established opportunity: employer. 2tchg 12-5 I
Civic Auditorium In Jackson- Services Corp. P. O. Box 1244.
11128 21 12/8
Fla., was assigned Oct. 12 to the customers in Starke.
__ like rent. J, M. Edwards 964- Atla-ta
Bonville this weekend. Ga. 3tp 12-U
1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) In ('_afT ..ad...'* Court. Im JIMMY MOORE'S GULF 5403. tfchg Full or part time. No car or in WANTED Dependable: snack I
: in Vietnam as a squad leader. ville starting at 6:45: p.m FrI. And For Bradford ('oaat,. Fla. Attendant wanted Starting vestment. We help yu get start- tar lady who wants to work. JIMMY: MOORE'S SUN SPORTSLlk

His wife, the former Beverly: day. The opening program will Qulgley.In r.: Estate Deceased.of John Thomas salary! dependent upon experience. WANTED Couple to work on ed. Write N4. Watkins P. O. Must have own transportation.Apply nw Boston Whaler and

Crawford, lives at Savage Trail feature a Ministry School to Notice Of Filing Final Report Must apply in person. chicken farm. Living quarters Box 2447 Memphis. Tenn. 38- Stuckey'g. 2tchg 12-5 40 HP Evlnrude elec. start only
train members In public speaking And Application For DischargeOf
er Park. Starke. Executor 2tchg 11-28 furnished. P. O. Box ass Key. 102. It "89500.
!. FOR RENT 2 bedroom
and Bible doctrines mas-
hereby given that I stone Hts. Ph. 475-4695 Up
Sergeant Charles E. McLeod Leonard E. Wallace presiding have roJs my final report as) (FOR SALE Petunia calendula onary cottage. No pets. Barn- See the NEW 1969 Mercury 800

: son of Mrs. Annie M. Duncan of minister of the local congregation Thomas Executor Quigley of the estate deceased of;John that ABC MOBILE HOMES of Jacksonville and cabbage pansies and many hill's Resort. 475-5375. Itchg: BO HP.

Lockport N. Y., has arrived said the membership will I have filed my application fordistribution Valiant Mobile Homes Mfg. of Elkhart Sponsor others. Phone 964-5614. ltp FOR RENT Small. 2e
o for duty at McGuire AFB. N. J. share in a house-to-house ministry and for final I discharge WANTED Lady room. furnished house. N.
and that on December J. C. Fogg or couple to 73/1
Sergeant McLeod a Computer In Jacksonville Saturday 3. 1968 1 will apply tn the Honorable ANNUAL VALIANT CLEARANCE SALE manage! retail business la this Walnut st. Call \964-7444 or 964-

operator. Is assigned to a unit morning. There will be a baptism County Theron Judge A.of Yawn Bradford, Jr., DESPERATE are a. Investment protected 5070. ltD

,of the Military Airlift, CammlUld.He of new ministers Saturday County. Florida. for approval of No. 4Ut 155 Decor WAS $375u. NOW N_ of S. wINe Mobile Home-will complete training at company
) morning.The said final return. and for an I .l.-l\\:1:l No. 4J4J 1r\2':\ n. ':.Ari D.corlantral 1m 4I five tod dollar in !trade on now HOUSEWIFE
previously served at Ubon order of distribution and for .1.1 l l 441V W.l f. h... dc. Air SpanHI" DfCOTvtom I p991 Mobil' Horn. ABC MOBILE level earning in excess: of $200 :
Royal Thai AFB. Thailand. main address will be delivered final discharge as Executor of I I.I:: SO. 4531 4471' MKl 4 O'ati': J3= Fk.CIt. 8Iu.: Furn..iodwn t:: ItflI'f, .. ; .J. per week based on ability. Sins Tlrtd.ot? rMe.i tf. oM It ,In furnIture, anI..you w MQ ere
.4 The .sergeant Is a 1961 graduate at 3 p.m. Sunday by the will of John Thomas QuIgJ, lit. ss'.ir 29" ,9ft' Oloino Km,Cutfom OnionOiluxt .oufl. $I1, Send complete BUE .HOME' at ABC Moeui.kjuMfS
; resume to "S" .
Icy decae.d.atovember No. 40-.iV Jan CKo Window $3995 $JI IF WE DON'T tUi Normandy t Lane
of Bradford High School Bruce E. Grtffta of New York 13. 1968s HAVE IT Drawer A, Starke. Fla. for in .
Low Down EXTCN -
Powen :
Starke. Fla. City on ,the subject "God Is | / Wilbur A. Scott Monlbly? end NEW Payment LES 't DT4'NANCINOMean. : well get It for :you Office terview. Stcbg 13-13:I CLASP ENVELOPES all
His wife Genie is the daugh- Love." Executor Furniture, Equip' 'lies._ Bradford County Tele;

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: /Monday.Mr. Eddie Stinson and eon Mark. young man who now owns her. 80 that potatoes will stay dry. will observe Thanksgiving.and Worship 11. Evening services.
St. Ronnie Rlchendotfer. WITH YOUR Like to say again that we sure Jet some ten per cent DDT dust Classes will end Wednesday 6:30.
and Mrs Joe Blrt of and Monday Dec. 2 at 8 a.m. Greater Allen Chapel AMB
of Jacksonville appreciate the interest of aU and make a pretty good application resume
HAMPTONBy Petersburg are the parents of a Mrs. T. W. King Church. Sunday School 10 ajn.
visitor at these people supporting the to the floor. If you use NOTICEAll
con, Joseph: Jr., barn Nov. 9 was a Saturday members of the Masonic with (Mrs F. B. Delestere in
Mr.! and Mrs. D. E youth of our County. outside! pit. wood floor at
In St. Petersburg Paternal the& home of r an meetat Feast. 11 a.m.
asked to please d1a1'1eLove
; Mrs. D. E. Hill Want to Just little more mulch la good. family are
and Mrs. say a layer of straw Officers -
grandparents are the Masonic Hall on Brown- Holy Communion; 8 pm.
Albert Blrt, and Mrs. Maggie Knight son of Mrs. J. about this Calf Scramble after 'Then as you put in potatoes lee Street at 1 Thanksgiving : and members of Greater
B.rt: of Hampton is great-grand W. Horne, leaves Friday for feeing, assured last week that it make several light applications glad to have
for special services.: Allen Chapel are
Ernest Green of Hampton: was mother. California with the Coast Guard.He will be held again next fan. Our of the insecticide. Remember to : Day assigned as
guest of honor:: at 'a" birthday Junior GAs of Hampton Baptist expects a Pacific tour of t Chamber has really: taken on a wash potatoes before using CHURCH NEWS Baptist Rev. L. A. Sampson another conference
Will for
barbecue at their-home on Sunday Church .will "journey" to duty, with his ship based in 4 .l project that Is doing something them and you :should find them Bethlehem Free Williams pastor The health condition Is improving -

Nov 17. Guests included Mexico on "mission trip"Friday Hawaii. Sunday evening, he /was to Improve an Important Indus free of sweet potato weevil. Church Rev. Jasper Choir No. year. somewhat. We are hope-
Mr. and 'MM. Frank Green of Nov. 29 as &they study guest of honor at a reception 'ti try In our County. Right now Ican.t Be aure that you do not put pastor. Monday night. night. that the membership will
rehearse. ing
Moultrie. Ga., Mr. and Mrs M. the book "wltii Doctor's Son". following evening services at think of a single projectto weevils Into storage Pay a little 1 will Board and prove the love

T. Owens of Orlando. Mr. and The meeting at the church from Hampton Baptist Church.A help keep our young men Interested attention as you dig potatoes Choir No. 3 and meet.< Ushers Wednesdaynight cooperate have for the church: and
AGENT 3 will they
Mrs. James Dyal and: family of 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. will Include study of out-dated ordinances COUNTY In the farm and on the If you see little Insect boles in No. Prayer(Meeting Thursday work for the upbuilding of Christian

Keystone Heichts, Mrs. Buddy Mexican recipes on the lunch the city charter, and new farm more than good livestock some potatoes, you may find services. fellowship.
Lewis and family of Starke, Mr. menu and:! will be supervised by ordinances! was the purpose. of The assurance' of continuing some already beginning rot night Thanksgiving: Prayer Band

and Mrs. Benny Grimes and Mrs. H. O. Dyal GA Director. a called meeting of the Hampton Listing names to always dangerous this project came last week on the inside. This may also Friday night at the, home of Mrs.
family of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Virginia Bradley attend!! City Council( Monday evening newspaper article while the Calf Scramble Com- 'help you determine what practice meeting dinners
in a Saturday night,
Mrs Eugene Waldrcn and: family ed a heart clinic in Miami from Nov. 18. Plans Are for the making pub- mittee met to evaluate the program to use before you set next E. Shaw. the kitchen. ADDING MACHINES Manual
radio talk or even be served from
of Ft. Stewart, Ga., Mr. and. Thursday to Sunday last week.A council to discuss these legal Bo announcements. Last weeK and to do some advance spring or summer. Sunday will : School 9:30. Morning or electric. For sale o*
Mrs. Buford Parker of Gainesville Lake City issues with Attorney George planning./ rent.
at Add. subtract credit bal
nursedn-tralning somebody left out an important ---- -- -------- Worship 11 a.m. Young Feopie's -
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glover Bradley Pierce, and city officers held HOG MOVEMENT
Junior College Mrs. donor name' in writing a good Christian League 4 p.m. ance.Bradford County; Tele
and son and Clark Dyal all of made the trip with other student the meeting last week to inform Calf Scramble. Reaching the goal of hog graph.
/ 8
report on our Evening Worship) p.m.
Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs..!! nurses from Lake City college. themselves preparatory to consulting Even with our Starke- ,dord cholera: eradication Is experiencing News About Evenezer Baptist Church:
Green The Bradley children stayed Mr. ,Pierce, WAS is retained of Commerce : some pretty tough move- Morning
Chamber 10 a.m.
County School,
Hampton Elementary P T A with Mr. and:! Mrs. Delmar Will- by the city as legal sponsoring this great event ments right now for our swine Colored Citizens "

will meet at 7 pm. Thursday iamson while Mrs. Bradley was counsel. must be numerous contrl-: producers
bee. 5. in the multipurposeroom gone. Hampton postofflce will ba In there to' make it successful. Before you move swine from
at the school.:: Students Mr. and Mrs. Everett Glisson the new building next Monday The name of J. R. Wainwrightwas farm to farm or move them for RECREATION NEWS

from the Intermediate classes are the parents: of a son born Post master Mary Williams says. ommltted in listing the any purpose. other Chan direct Basketball season has started
arc scheduled for the program. Bradford The mailboxes were received ito approved slaughter house
17 at an
Sunday Nov.: sources of calves. !Mr. Wainwrlgfht with &the Hawks vs Falcons or
An additional teacher Mrs. County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. last week, and .were to be Installed donated an Angus heifer you :should check with us or Wednesday,Nov. 27, and Saturday .
Zimmerman, will be added at maternal Monday. Also, arrangements local veterinarian.
Wiley Williamson are but will with your
that was tough to catch Nov. 30 they will play Spot. a II s _
Hampton Elementary next week grandparents.!! .!! have been' made to move be an asset: on the farm of the I'll not attempt to outline the Rite Duke of Jacksonville. Monday
due to .a high ratio of studentsto Visiting here last weekend the pay telephone booth to the complete procedure.! We will be night. Dec. 2, Falcons: vs Is si

the present number of teach with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stinson grounds of the& new postofficebullldlng. glad to discuss your situation RJ3 High. All games start at

ers. Mrs. Zimmerman ,will ob. and with Mr. and E. L. Birt 'anniversary.The If you have a question about 7:30: basketball fans are askedto
serve at the school Ole day this and Mrs. Maggie Blrt were Albert Arriving last weekend at the pastor, Rev. Don Lee moving hogs. Except for moving support the team of your
week, and begin teaching duties Blrt of St. Petersburg andCHorlda home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Trts- Mrs. Eugene Starling, and Mrs. hogs for slaughter, you needto choice.

ler in Hampton ,were their son H. E. Priest accompanied .ten plan several days ahead because All boys 8 to 17 are asked to i

--A and daughter-in-law, Mr. and MYF members to a SubDistrictmeeting you must get a permit play Flag Football each Tuesday: 1\ tti
Mis. Ralph Trlsler and daughter in Lake Butler. from Tallahassee. We have the and Thursday afternoon at 4:30: !! ttt1\
Serving Florida of Gosspewt Ind., and Mr. Correction: Mrs( Henry B. opllcatlon forms In our office. at the Recreation Playground. payment \\.i
Since 1950 Abbott of \Anderson present address is 1814 ',\\\1 .. ",
and Mrs. Larry Bennett's 'Some veterinarians may also They asked to sign up at .. (\0
are oO
Ind., Mr. Trlsler who formerly Margaret\ Street Instead of 1418 !have these forms. The permit the Recreation Center which Is ..... keT ....-
lived In Starke, .says he given last week. Tallahassee to \\ ',v \
as Is mailed from open dally from 4 to 6:30: and tom e v
greeting Service, ff ne. may plan to stay in this area. Friends of Perry Davie, were your veterinarian. You then from 8 to 11 p.m. Friday and
The Abbotts, on a vacation trip saddened to hear of his! death have three days to use the per-
Saturday nights.
-.r. rv "' '''' ''' family. has UM Come See Us!
} 1ICf'1ICf'1IG''i.G' to Florida, plan also to visit in last Thursay. The mit. After hogs are moved they City League will start Monday ,

II I Clearwater.Mr sympathy of friends. mast be kept :Isolated for at Dec. 2. Sign at the Reno
,lilt't ,. CordiallyEaves and: Mrs. Larry Young- Mrs. T. GUohrist of Brunswick least 30 days. I'm not allowed Recreation Center. We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile

Mrs. Carolyn blood and son, who moved to Ga. has returned to !her enough space to give you all &the ADULT SCHOOL Purpose

Welcomes 'Miami recently, spent the (.weekend borne after spending several details so call us If you want All citizens are asked to think
Representative ''\ ;,' at Hampton: ,with his parents days with her sister Mrs. ErnestB. more information. In terms of self Improvementto

Ph. 964-5812 You and Your Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Wells. They spent a. day with SWEET POTATO BUGS keep in tune with a changing $25.00 TO $600.00
Family to Your Youngblood) ) and family.LAWTEY. their sister, Mrs. Ruth BarUUow: Had a few inquiries about storing society. You are Invited to register
122 N. Bay St. in Mlddleburg and another witha sweet potatoes! since we've in the classes offered at
Starke New Home long time friend, :Mrs. O. :M. had some frosty mornings. the Vo-JTecli Center. Everyone TOWN FINANCE COMPANY

Anderson In Gainesville. If you're using the same stor- needs educational improvement '
of FloridaIt Mrs. Jewel Roberts was visiting age space you used last year For information call 964-5344. 226 N. Temple Ave. Phone 9647449'1969GTO
The State relatives in Tallahassee the be sure to clean out all old litter SCHOOL NEWS

Welcome and latter part of the week. Be storage Is located Bradford
Make You Feel sure All Schools in County
Is Our Desire to By. rasa:] JP..cbA&&A&AAA&&AAA&&A&&AAJ Kenny Terrell of Gainesville

To Aquaint You With Your City. spent the weekend with Ms J.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe :..' """""" '>'\'
phone The WSCS 6f Grace Methodist! and other relatives- S. '. H1I -:),
If are new in the area, a Doroko l. "
you Church met Tuesday night of A pleasant event of the week

call will bring you a prompt visit last week 'at the home of Mrs. was a house warming held at d
George Roberts. Mrs. R. E. Lee the home of Mr. and Mrs. Spur. .
from your local hostess. Please: give presented the program, and geon Massey Hostesses were I *t W--- J .
:Mrs. Vernon Olln gave the de 'Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Mrs. '' '
her a call! She has maps and many votional. This being Mrs. Ro Sarah Hogue. A number of

birthday, Mra. T. L-. evening
berts' friends called during the
free and wonderful gifts for you Wainwright presented !her witha and enjoyed visiting.: The !hostesses lnulr

from local businesses. cake baked especially for her serve refreshments to the .
and Mrs. Will Edwards, who
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young people! In their! quest for
Our earnestly
higher education, we t
solicit your support of the State Z,

Letters to U.AIL Association of County Commisa.
aloners Scholarships Founda
ties' Inc with a tax deductible 1
contribution. The purpose of the
the Editor scholarship Is to train young-

: people for public service.
Deserving young people who

are high school .graduates will
be granted up to $5.000 for a college -

Fund Plea Is Too High II Nov. 20, 1968 It has not been given a chanceto education in a Florida institution -
learning or
I Dear Mr. Matthews) operate at maximum efficiency of higher

In nothing has the 1967 Florida But the hasty legislature, Junior college.
: -JK 1.7 \L 3A I Legislature proved so Impetuous heeding the complaints of peo- The number of scholarships
The reports that have been comingout But the prime cause of concern _- _,.,rr--- as in the auto inspection ple stung by the Inefficiency the granted will depend uoon the
of Tallahassee in recent weeks and protest has been the manner In program. Legislature has caused, now funds available. Apolicatlon

concerning the financial bind the 1969 which It has spent money, frequentlyIn The legislature passed the wants to make changes In the be blanks obtained for the scholarships from the County may
motor vehicle inspection law in
Legislature faces apparently are making a reckless and haphazard manner. the summer of last year, along Some changes may be desir! Commission office In your local

little impression upon state agencies. While I It Is true previous governors with other highway safety acts able. Putting the twice-a-year county courthouse.We .

have tapped Its budget for questionable designed to comply with federal Inspections on a once-a-year thank you for your interest
While those close to the financial expenditures In promoting Florida requirements for highway con- basis and giving motorist 10 in the youth of Florida
convinced taxes struction funds.It working days Instead of five to E. R. Hafner
scene are even more
never has the development com
1 Executive DirectorScholarshp
wasn't necessary that the get repairs made are changes
must be imposed upon Floridians in mission In such reckless t
spent money law be implemented immediate.ly proposed. Foundation, Inc.
1969 or a reduction in existing services fashion and so openly attempted to though. The federal govern- These certainly can wait un- State Association of

must be forthcoming, various agencies glorify a governor as has been the ment has said that each state til the 1969 session of the Legis- County CommissionersDear

are talking in terms of giant case during the Kirk administration. 9 t t tV must have a total highway safe- lature. By then the program

budget Increases.The ty program, approved by the should be operating at maxi Gene:
ail' .,a? I ill Secretary of Transportation by mum capacity and until that the splendid
Florida Law Enforcement Bureau During that period when Kirk was We appreciate
ll llt January 1, 1969, or face the pos- happens the lawmakers Just manner in which your coopera-
The State Welfare Dept., the trying to achieve a national image sible witholding of federal road won't know .how smoothly it .tion In promoting our Second

university system, just to name a few, and land the GOP vice presidential construction money. Even then, can 'run. Annual' Calf Scramble produced

already have sounded the call for nomination, he used the commissionas .i u, :v1 1 t 1 a state need not achieve the Now that Bradford County's results.

additional monies. a personal public relations agencyfor minimum levels of compliance program is in full operation, The Scramble was a huge
himself at the taxpayers' expense by that date as long as It complaints are down to a tric- success, attended by a good
Now comes the Florida Develop shows clear evidence of movingIn kle and the station stands Idle- sized crowd due partly to your

ment Commission, probably the Finally, a legislative Investigativepanel that direction. in contrast ta the two and three assistance In publicizing the
state's most controversial agency under The Legislature plunged right hour waits motorists experienced event. Important also are the '
the administration of Gov. Claude was named and it subsequentlycame 196 Into the auto Inspection pro- at the start. benefits that will accrue to the I

Kirk, clamoring for a big boost In up with far-reaching recommen What have Me to be thankful fur{ Did the original gram setting a deadline! of Dec Governor Kirk Is being askedto ,boys who won the calves, for I

funds for the coming biennium. dations aimed at taking the agency celebratory of the feast of Thanksgiving have more ember, 1, 1967 for counties to extend the November organizational they will have the experience of :'
of the 1969
away from control of the governor.As notify the state If they plannedto session owning and caring for purebred
for gratitude than do today? to allow consider !
cause!! Me operate their own stationsor Legislature
The development agency Is seekinga animals. This will certainly aid
cool $9.2 million, or 112.9 cent It goes about the required business Their life was demanding. They had to work let the state designate private ation of changes in the inspec in building good character.We .

1967.69 per of combining and reorganizingthe hard to provide the necessities!! !! of life, clothing garages to do the Inspections. lion program. Many: legislatorswere thank you for your help. I
Increase Its spending fig
over By December 1, the state didn't pressured into taking pub-
ure. The proposed budget totals multitude of state agencies, as and food, and to hiiihl !schools! and places of wor even have Its own Inspection lic stands In favor of once-a- Starke-Wayne-Bradford Whffen,County Pres.

$17,346,887 and includes nine new pro called for in the new constitution, l ship. Yet they (set aside a day for joyous celebrationto ;standards ready to give to the year inspections when tbe pro Chamber of Commerce.

grams requiring 44 additional em it is anticipated that the legislaturewill thank God for the iiiimificriiro of His gifts. counties.Yet gram was working at its worst.A .
order the the law said the flurry of candidates for the
development commis- program Dear Mr. MatthewsI
ployes. We have long since that first celebration -
come a l
way sake of
: more political expediency -
had to get underway just six
sion to devote its activities strictlyto would like to thank you for
in the Massachusetts Colony. As one and before the law is givena
months later
generation on June 1.
Down through the years the develop- developing the state of Florida, your support for the Second An-
chance to work could
gives May to another, the scientific and Bradford County was delayed nual Calf Scramble. I appreciatethe
ment unit of
has been the source and this is not expected to require more problems than they would
about a month and a half in op-
have made the bread basket opportunity for the of
technical advances youth
Its responsibilities and us!! !!
anything like the $17,346,887 over the ening. The point I want to make solve
this county to get a start In the
functions have been expanded time next two years as the FDC has pro and the supplier!! the orld. The luxuries of yesteryear !! Is that six months is an ex- Sincerely cattle business. I hope that we

and again until It now shoulders posed. have become the necessities!! \ !! of today. tremely short time to make Frank L. Williams. can count on your support in

many Jobs that should be handledby --Lake. 04 RepOlrWt Wouldn't it be a "sound idea for all of us to reflect feasibility studies for a site location Dear Sir: ,the future.

other agencies. a bit on that original scene of Thanksgiving" ? bids on, design the equipment a building and, con-get As a tangible expression of -Bruce Scott
your Interest In assisting needy Bradford FFA Chapter.
History!! is u great teacher, and a quick flashback struction Jobs, and hire and

to the first!! Thanksgiving! might help us!! to reded- train the inspection personnel.In .
I Hardworking: youthA .s.'lortthe inspection program -
icate our lives!! to sound' principles!!, good deeds! forced to meet unrealistic

human values, cooperation, peace, prosperity\ for deadl'nes'' still is not in full op.eration
Boston business executive is quotedas than ever before. But this does not mean all mankind. -around the state.DIARY alco- '
saying: "Machines work. People play. that they are more plentiful. Almost every t: :

That's what the kids understand and we age has had its dropouts, copouts and flop- JI

don't." outs, but today they wear bells. Yet it is
We beg most emphatically to differ. We our conviction that the number of young FARMER'SWe rrr -"' .. ;

do not think for one moment that the people who look forward to a life of chal-

present divergence of views between lenging, interesting, upbuilding work is had plenty of frost on three ( By PAUL C. FORAKER

younger and older Americans (where this just as high today as it ever was. successive days last week and icty bird, stuffed while 'others with wanted the Editor Information Services!

divergence actually exists and is not The way in which so many young peo- It looks like we can expect a or to his ,way chestnuts of thinking, oysters -,
merely whipped up to sell newspapersand ple labored day and night for the candi- killing frost most any morning other foreign materials. Anotherriff Because of the mental anguishand ism, in addition to cirrhosis.

frighten television lookers) has to do dacy of Sen. Eugene McCarthy, the man- !now. The trees at our place occurred over creamed on- emotional upheavals brought One of them is acute alcoholic j

with any youthful desire to pass throughlife ner in which they have gone out and provide a bar against light |iojis..: and we over whether the about by alcoholism, most peopie's hepatitis which Is not uncommon
frosts, but even so, the prettyTurk's thoughts on this subjectare those who drink exces
playing. This is a gross misreading ofyouth's fought for civil rights, the fire which they cap bush in front of our err (cranberry sauce should be centered around these two sively.among This causes the liver to 1/

ambitions and outlook. have put into campus protests (both right home got) nipped and some other strained or a not.. o aspects more than the resultsof become swollen and tender and .

True, many young people today ques- and wrong) show a willingness to labor on plants show the effects. How- .Of excessive drinking from the can cause temporary interference '
course, all
tion some aspects of the traditional view behalf of causes which bear no relation- ever, the poinsettias: have eo the nature of good-natured this was kidd in physical standpoint.And with normal actions of the fi

towards labor. They dislike the idea of ship to a desire for play. And one only has far escaped damage and we hope ing and tun, and the fact that among the bodily derail organ.
that somehow or other they will By Sam McGarvey ments brought about by alcohol. It can thus easily be seen that I
uninspired, money-grubbing drudgery.But to see the intensity of study which today'shigher the family was together again
ism, probably the corn-
the hazards of excessive booze i
who does not? They believe that at education demands to recognizethat last until Christmas. v aBut holidays. and had ever so much to be monly-talked-about is cirrhosisof are not limited to loss of jobs ;

many points work can be made more there has been no sudden descent of pastures .were white during "please pass the turkey, some thankful for Was! the theme ot the liver. Yet cirrhosis is far loss of friends and loss of

exciting, more constructive, more in- laziness on young men and women. the cold spell last week and dl'esslngand don't forget the the day. S e aWe from being the only physical family. It can also bring loss of

wardly rewarding. But who in the world Most persons instinctively know that a so from now on the cows will gravy." S e .-I hope that problem caused by excessive health-physical as well as ,
:: all
would not ?. Perhaps this youthful life made be that: families in drinking.Out emotional or mental. ,
agree up wholly of play is one of the foraging for crass escaped the have
families doubt, a nice afflicted
As in other no holiday and of 100 patients
Why then do six million
demand for a raising of the concept of worst banes with which a person can be damage or loaf around at we have cur factions about food.A r.Jjy: a period of thanksgiving. with alcoholism, ten are likelyto Americans continue some to live as

work is more insistent today than it was afflicted. One need but look at the pa- a feeding place, waiting for feud raged fcr; a long time Certainly, as Americans, we all have "fatty livers" although alcoholics? Well, the consensus

before. But that can be good. thetic, frenetic faces:: of the so-called "jet supplemental hay cnr other feed. over the dressing, with Sam have much to be thankful for only one of these fatty liver con among specialists in this field

To imply, however, that youth has some- set" to recognize that such persons are In spoiled that,respect as years, cattle ago today when are a holding out for the sausage var- again this year. ditions ordinarily develops into today is that people mis-use

how been converted to the impossible view going through life without the incomparable steer got hungry, he went hunt- cirrhosis.This is the word from Dr. alcohol because of hidden emotional
that a life of play is the most enjoyable satisfaction which problems.No .
comes from hav- Ing it in the swamps and even Jared Kniffen of the Depart

existence is not to understand today's ing done something worth doing. Youth- "climbed" trees looking for Remember. ment of Gastro-enterology, Col. by any one means.knows But all the we answers are beginning

young people. True, those youths who do ful dissatisfaction today seeks something Spanish moS lege of Medicine, J. Hillis Miller to see that alcoholics

not wish to work are more visible today more constructive than this. v o 0 e. Medical Center, University of have some major lacks in per.
There Was .another good saleat Florida.In .
sonality and emotional outlook.
Ch1N-dfiwl Sea eice f'\onU.on.\ the pecan market last week Dy Alive Mi-Cart ty 25 Years Ago other words, although only They lack some skill in the art
and the average price of 37.HI I one patient out of 100 alcoholicswill of living.
cents a pound would have ..... actual cirrhosis
been likely develop
Two new wells and a new The main thing to rememberIs
higher but for 'a lot of w-qual- the learning experience of con there are ten who will havea that the first step for the
sewage disposal system were very
The Glue struction.! Teacher V. R. Fer-
I Sniffers Ly nuts which brought> the a.vel'Clge put into: operation in StarkelurlnR fatty liver condition whichcan alcoholic is to recognize; that
dawn. With close to 99,000( ( November: 23 years ag.). guon was In charge and Rus- and usually does cause discomfort alcoholism is his problem. This
pounds of nuts sold so far this They were paid for by federal:: sell B. Judd. local brick mason, and eventually more may be easier said than done.If .
Whether we like to admit it and faceit are being tried by some youngsters. A season, it looks like this will be fund under the Federal Works brick.would demonstrate how to lay serious problems.A you'd like more informationon

or not a growing number of youngsters few even try opium and heroin. An overdose one of the biggest markets here Agency. fatty liver sometimes offersno the subject of alcoholism the
within recent The building was planned t9 early symptoms; other timesit Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation
are becoming involved in the quick- of these can be fatal, with the S a With the addition of the two measure 30 bv 80 feet and ta: causes the patient to have a Program has it, and it's yours

thrill experiences of drugs and narcoticsof exception of marijuana, which is smoked. Our favorite nut new. ds the wells the water pumping capa- cost between $8,000 and $!0000. feeling of enlargement. free for the asking.

various kinds. Drug addiction is often partly the responsibility pecan, but years ago up in city was minute raised and to the 1,900! gallonsper Material were to be furnishedby Dr. Kniffen says there are a Just address your request to

The cut-off of the supply of airplane and fault of parents. The 'Jersey, we liked' the black walnut average the Board of Public Instruc- whole spectrum of diseases of FARP's Information Services,

glue turned the Mention:: of some young- only sure success in reversing the trendof and cue which we've never from pumped 83.0000 per day gallons:was in Increased 1940( to tion and the boys would do the the liver resulting from alcohol- Box 1147, Avon Park, Fla., 33825.

sters to other...,.or-producing products today is through careful and time- ;seen sinoe leaving the ,north from 85.000 gallon in 1940 t to: work.

which include cleaning solvents and cer- consuming efforts of parents, aided by :the oily butternut. It is an unusual.iy according to Utilities Superintendent Canova's Drug store had !hired .
variety that
!was used
pressurized chemical rather Johns
agents school and church. Berry
a new pharmacist H. H.
mostly, aa we remember it
'\easily acquired in stores. They discuss drugs, or hear them discussed making cakes. There ,were also The new pumping station at Morrison. Formerly of Mt Ver-

But just a few days ago one school regularly, and may know more a lot of hickory nuts around, the light plant 'south section) non, Ga.. he was a graduate of
lad took a can of glue out into a field about them than parents. Common sense but they ''Were not popular, as has a new well 610 feet deep the Atlanta College of Pharmacy -

near his home in Florida and took a deep love and intelligent counsel will accom- it took ..an Act of Congress almost with a capacity of 1.200 galtansper and had been employed for
minute. The north ,
breath of the vapor rising from it. He plish much in the way of acquainting to break one open. located at Washington: Street some time at the J. J. Williams
jumped ran about feet and fell S Drug Store of Jacksonville.
up fifty
with the
youngsters dangers of drugs, has a well 530 feet deep with a
to the ground where he died in a few and only parents can properly meet thisresponsibility Come to think of it, black walnuts capacity of 450 gallons per min! Another new employee: 01Canova's
was Mrs R. D. Rey
seconds. were by no
means "paper
which requires time and ute. Both have covered 100,000
shells" nolds whose husband sta
and Sam was
used to
Thus the tackle
practice can be a deadly one. thought. gallon reinforced: concrete reservoirs tioAed at
them with inverted Camp Blending
In addition to glue-sniffing marijuana, ; and both wells are of
LSD, pep pills and various barbituates Lahe. (;its 2epOlt? Jr.I on his lap:: and a hammer. ten inch diameter.At -
Even so, it took a good wallop The second pecan sale of 194' 8o t
the! south station the 00
sys- nga
to crack a walnut and :as oftenas at the State Farmer's Marke Lets
tem will be tied in automatically
-- not. a thumb got bashed. in handled only 4.000 pounds o
The Bradford County ? the process and will Include a chlorinator nuts to bring the total for tll-'
4. : ::i/ljl a a and water treatment feeder. two sales to 14.000 pound: .
Tin laboratory for testing the
: TELEGRAPH iI- ;1 Imagine our delight, then, Seedling brought 22'S cents.:
kf$ moving here and finding Mahan on water Is located at the south Curtis 30 1-4, and StuarU 31 JJy Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
ESTABLISHED station. Included in the system
fro 9 pecans that can be cracked by cents
4'he Bili14 Just giving (hem a hard look. Is also an elevated pressure This csmoares with the present Boatmen would do well to keep informed Foundation offers a few suggestions.
Some of the seedlings are tank. dav sales of more than 89- of boating legislation pendingin First, respect the rights of others
He has clothed me with the pretty The: old water system which their A of Even if do
area hardheaded, 000 pounds for the two sales of areas certain amount you not participate in a
garments of salvation. smaller the was put in during 1903 was still the regulation la necessary and desirablebut particular water activity try to understand
ESS -(Isa. 61 :10)). ones, but the shelling in use. The well which has a season at a price of 37 to it can be overdone. Too often, the problems of those who
FLOR a machine 41 cents for
at the market handles CurtisStuarts.: ; 43 burdensome legislation Is enacted because
f As we turn to God in prayer, them: easily and they are pre- capacity of only 250 gallons per to 47, and seedlings from 23 up boatmen do not take the time do.If you do accidentally violate another
A S S O T O N we lay aside all tension ferred by some people as hav minute will be part of the system to 49 and one half. to attend a local hearing and expresa a rights extend the courtesy ofa
stress or strain as though mil a better flavor as will the 45.000 gallon: their opinion on controversial points sincere apology. Don't pass it off
they were old garments. Let S a a elevated tank erected In the Winners of the 1943 Turkology Most legislation detrimental to with a shrug of the shoulders.
same year recreational boating begins when a If things get too sticky between
them slip from our shoulders All this talk about things:. to contest staged by the Telseraoh few
The sewage disposal unit located thoughtless people violate sound various Interest groups, Its best to
E. L. MATTHEWS. EUUIitrPBblMMrPublUhad and fall away. Then we can .eat Is brought on by the prospects at the south end of Or- were T. L, Hamiter of Waldo boating practices. Maybe a careless call a meeting and give everyone the
create a prayer of release and of a big Thanksgiving and Mrs. W. C Haile.! Both water skier buzzes a fisherman. Per. opportunity to express his views and
each Thursday and entered as S XM CUM Matter at he Poet Office .t 8t.ub. FUrida. part of the day clothed In Jacksonville, !with oa golden. disinfect the waste material War Bonds Are the Best Invest. trespasses on private property or fishermen water skiers, swimmers
every until the water entering Alligator throws refuse in the skin
under Act of March :3rd. U7. brown roast turkey to !the ment a Good American Can3Idlie water to arouse property owners and
mantle of God's love, cen-
in the Creek the ire of lake
ter of the: table. will be clear and! ." property owners. every other group of water users
Bab.crlpifon peace and light. With Him we :The feast Uu clean. When a few careless people do a can't get along together. It's already
U trail crest 1 year. ".HI .O.Ubi. grace And the IF few careless things it bad been
can handle in a calm, serene singingofw' WE DON'T HAVE IT casts a proven many times in many
Irsde .re.1 1 year, &0.. needs attention gather together Vo-Ag we'll get It for Office reflection on all other boatmen. areas that cooperation works better
way, all that our to students at BUS planned yon.
lord's blessings, etc," Supplies, Furniture In an attempt to promote harmonious than legislation in controlling the
to Equip.
but from that time on put up a brick building relationships between all users use of the waterways
it's& for their classroom as part of ment. Bradford County of the water, the Evinrude Boating Happy boating.


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Services Held STARKE .

tear Hilliard Week of Prayer for Foreign investment in Your Future r: -
Mission, Dec. 18. = I

Perry DavIs 91 of Lawtey, Sunday -Brotherhood Break- .
died Thursday Nov. 21, in fast and Meeting, 7:30: aJn. \
Bradford County Hospital aftera Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning ru .

brief Illness. Born in Nassau'' Worship at 11: sermon, "Runn f'8'r. I i IIDI le '
01100' 'II" Le.

had County lived on August in the Lawtey 15, 1877 area he ship ing the Union Christian, 6:13.: Evening Race.: TrainIng Wor-' .,&. ] It i f ; l.'l.' .

7:30: : ,.
since 1935 was a retired carpenter sermon "The Sin when purtntuvi Is. ttwri wU your hurt te du a

and a member of the Smy that Monday Saps Christian Week! Strength" 1.-1fjiU! !"ll .j-... ...._i-Il\\i\\ -----.-_............_ ..........-.._- --- .- ----. .,,.-
: Prayer -- -
rna Baptist Church of Starke.
:Surviving Is one son Henry Program' Lorena Epperson Cir CALVARY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST j jClnmat.
W. Davis Jacksonville; four cle In Charge, 9:30 a.m. Youth HIGHWAY U N. \ i
Choir Sunday School 10 m. MomIng -
daughters Mrs. Sallle Michaels, River Practice 6:30: p.m. New Warship 11 a. m. Training Sunday: CboOI, 9:43: a. 1ft, r- I

Clover, S. C.: Mrs. Viola Tea- ) Baptist Assn. "M Night"program //Union, 8:30: p. m. Evening Service Morning .Worship. 11. Training
tone. Mrs Willie Mae Foreman, at Let Baptist Starke 7:30.: ,Prayer Masting. Wed- Union &::30 p. m. Evening Ser- I
: .
and Mrs. Ruby Riley of Savan p.m.Tuesday nesday. 7:30: p. mOev R. U. vies, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Sal I IA
nah. Ga.; 30 grandchildren 82 Week 'of Prayer Butler, pastor. vice, 7:30.: Putting forth az effort
greatgrandchildren, and seven Program Ida !Darby Circle In: -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor
Charge, 9:30: am. Junior, Choir. I,
great. great-grandchildrem. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Funeral services will be heldat Sunbeams 3:30: p.m. (Primary BROOKER GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
2:30: p.m. Saturday Nov. 23. Choir, Junior GA, 4:20: p.m. 10 Morn Sunday SchOOl. 10 a. m. Morn- I
Wednesday Sunday School a. m. child's first attempts at printing: require deep concentration and
Bible Study 7 '
and .P. j
at the Buford: Grove Baptist ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training tna Worihlo. 11
Church near Milliard with ElderT. Class.Superintendents 10 a.m. Sunday School: lUnlcn. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service an.-164.. Flied Johns, pastor H ,r great effort: However with patience and practice he becomes more II

C. Williams officiating Interment Week of Prayer Meeting Program 6,p.m.Lot. 7.30.-Rev. Lacy Conway 10 m. adept and lettering is easier. Then he is ready for the next step,
Visitation, a.
: was in church cemetery pnstor. Thursday! ,
with DeWitt C. Jones tie Moon Circle In charge, 7 P. and 7 p. m.NEW I learning to write.
m. Church Choir Practice, 745.: :
Funeral Home in BAPTIST
charge of NORTIIS1DE
Thursday Week of Prayer CHURCH R.IVERPTJST The Lord,expects us to put forth an effort I
'Program Helen ,Masters Circlein Sunday \School, 10 a. m. Morn
Located en Bayless HighwaySR to improve ourselves.
charge 9:30: ...m, Visitation Ing Worship 11 a. 'm. Training
7 p.m. ( 223 at(SR Raiford 16)). Road Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship. OIl beseech you therefore, brethren jt

:Elmer HornsKy Friday- Week of Prayer Pro Services: Sunday School 10 8 p. m. Wednesday! night ser welcome by the mercies of God,'that
gram. General Officers 7:30 m. Everyone
of WMS vice. p.
Services Held in charge. 9:30: a.m. a. m.; Sunday Morning Worship, - Union 6:30
,iM a. m.: Training : t

At Kingsley Lake,, W. A. Hogan, pastor) p. m.; Evening Service, 7:30.Midweek Wed: ; CHURCH OF CHRIST living sacrifice, holy, if" t
Prayer Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; acceptable unto God,
Elmer O. Hornsby 74, of grandmother Mrs. Minnie Mar. nesday, 7:30-iRev.: Glenn Lawhon. Morning Worship and CommuneIon I A

Jacksonville, died Friday. Nov. clonny, all of Starke. patcr.! Service 11 .a. m. Evening* which is your

22, upon arrival at a Jacksonville Funeral services :Mire held: HIGHWAY services, 6:00.Wednesday: reasonable, service." I
hospital at 11 a.m. Monday Nov. 25, In BAYLESS : Worship service T
Mr. Hornsby was born on June Jones Memorial Chapel /with Elder BAPTIST CHURCH m. Minister Jack P. Bell. I I .1'
2, '1894, and was the son of the Wllford Jordan officiating Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning
,late Mr. and Mrs. James Horns Interment was In Crosby Lake Warship Service. 11 a. m.$; NORTIISIDE BAPTIST t tfOI
,by of Starke. Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Training Union 6:30: p. m.; Eve CHURCH Th. Church li God'i oppolnttd agincy In this world 4 +
Surviving are three daughtersand Funeral Home In charge. nun\: = Worship, 7:30: p. m. Schedule of services: Sunday 'I, tpmding tho knowlodgo' of Hit love(lar man and

one son; two brothers .Wilbur Prayer Meeting Wednesday, School 9:43: a. m. Morning: Worship of Hit demand for man to ms P and la that love by t
G. A. Meeting. Weds loving hit neighbor. Without tit grounding In tho
7:30: p. m.; p
Hornsby Starke: and Mark- draining Un- I; 1
'10:45 a. m. '
lee Orlando sisters nesdar: 7:30: p. m.; Choir Re. Service. lore of Cod, no government or society or way of lifo, t 1,
Hornsby two
; -
ion, 6:45: p. m.Evening I will long and the freedoms which wo hold v
:hearsal. Wednesday: 7:30: p. m.: pornvoro
Walter. R. Strobo
Mrs. Hazel Young, of Service
Week Prayer
Ilrotherhood meeting, last Monday : u door will Iruvltably perish Thoraforo, wen from q
Starke and Mrs. Pearl Burris. David (Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. a ulflih point of view ont should support the Church ', t
each month. Rev.
Services Held
'Keystone Heights. for the toko of Iho willoro of himulf and hit family ,t
Funeral services were held at Mdeiros, pastor FIRST PRESBYTERI'NSundaY i loyond that howtvir ovary porun should uphold
4 p.m. Sunday >rat the graveside Monday AfternoonWalter School, 9:45: a. m. and participate In the Church bocauto toils tho truth
In Kingsley Lake Cemetery with- CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship. '11 a. m. Youth about man's lift, dwlh and doitiny; the truth which t
Rev. Lacy Conway officiating.Arrangements R. Strobo, 48, of 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Prac alone will lit him fro to live ot a child of God
In of Starke, was pronounced dead on "tiday:: School, 10 a. m. Worship
were charge tice. Wednesday 8 p. m. t
arrival a Starke hospital sat- Cervices 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Burch
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Rev. Robert D.
urday morning: Nov.' 23, aftera in. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30: r I If IYS

sudden Illness. 1 1). m..-Rev. Chester J. Stiouppe.l : RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH "" -

Services Held 'Mr. Strobo was born In Virginia >?tor. Schedule of services: Sunday owy
August 12, 1920 land had
)lOPE BAPTIST CHURCH !School. 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. t
For Earl LevyIn lived In Starke for the past 13 Un- _
(Highway 100 at There&sa) m. and 7:30: p. m.
years, where he operated a gar- Jack )
School 10 ion, 6:30: p. m.-Rev.
Sunday a. m.
Jones ChapelEarl age. He was a member of the I
Methodist Church. Morning Worship-11 a. m. .Stolte pastor. alx I

Levy', 68, operator of Surviving are his widow, Vera Training Union-3):30): p. m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST ,
Evening Worshlp.-7:15: p. m.
//Underwood Restaurant near Strobo; one daughter, Mrs. <
'Bch'Ol..10 m. Morn- It.'
\Services Sunday Night Prayer
Starke, died Sunday morning In Linda Ann Adams, and 'one Wednesday 11 a. m. Pre-Ser- t iI.<.J.;><"> ,
'Merle Ing Worship
a Gainesville hospital brief Illness, brothers, Henry, of Valdosta People and Prayer Service), 8
Mr. Levy /was born In Zlon Ga.; Otto, of Pertsacola: ; Woodrow FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. ,
Hill Pat on) Nov 8, \\1900. He of League City. Texas; and OF STARKE Midweek Service, Wednesday
was -a former employee of the Scottie Strobo, Thomasvllle,
E. R. Bowers, D. D..
West Weldon: St. and Raiford 7:30: p. m.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation Ga; two sisters, Mrs. Helen astor.
and had lived In Starke for the Binger, Spokane, Wash., and Road ,
Sunday School: 10:00: a. m t I----
j ;past 13 years. He was a.Baptist Mrs.Elsie Orr, of Connectlcutt. :
Morning Worship: CHURCH I
and a member ol the ,Moose Funeral services /were heldat 11:00: a. m. GRACE BAPTIST
6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: STARKE
Lodge. 2 p.m. Monday In Jones .
Surviving .ore his wife. Harr.iett Memorial Chapel ,with Charles p. m. Evangelistic Services. Sunday School! 10 a. m. MornIng STARKE "66"GULF
Wednesday: 7:30: m. Mid Un- t HURST SHELL
p. Warship. 11. TralVng! :
Underwood Levy of Starke; Reese, minister of the Starke FAULKNER ,
week Prayer Meeting.Pastor ln: 6 p. m. Evening Worship.!!
Ills mother, Mrs. Cora Levy. Christian Church, officiating.Interment .
: Lester F. Richardson. :' Wednesday Prayer Service, SERVICE SERVICEU.HAUL
Zion Hill, Pa.; one brother. was In Crosby Lake SERVICE
Luther Levy, Allentown, Pa., Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones '7:30.: -Rev. Virgil Lovett pas. 96-1-7231'
CHURCH' OF GOD 'tor. Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Bill Edwards Ph.
sister Elsie
and a Mrs. Landis Funeral Home in charge. RENTALS

Coopersburg, Pat U2:!:! N. St. Clair 'St., Staike. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Tire Tru-Ing ,
Funeral services were held Sunday School. 10 a. m. Wore BAPTIST CHURCH A

at 11 am. Tuesday In Jones Bradford Sales ship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sun. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting f
r Memorial, Chapel with Rev. E. day, Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. : Sunday School, 10 a. m. .
R. Bowers officiating. Interment Tax CollectionsUp oFI'lday-Rev. phester J. Shoup. Preaching 11 a. m. Training; Complete Lubrication i" Brake Service

'was in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith :ae, pastor. Union, 5:45: p. m. Evening Worship Minor Tune-Ups Wheel Balance and
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 58 Per Cent 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. f I

Home In charge -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor Alignment
Although state-wide sales and FIRST UNITED METHODIST 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE

use tax'collections showed an STARKE 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Sunday Church School 9:43: FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH I Hiway 301 and 100
Increase of 74.83 per cent over t
Services Held a.m.; Holy Communion at 11; Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 96<1.5899
collections made during Octobera All Minor Repairs
MYF Snack Supper 6 p.m.; School 9:45: a. m. Morning''Wor I UO S. Temple Starke
Bradford COunty'acoUections
For Mrs. ManningIn year ago were up only 58.83 MYF Meetings. 6:30: ; Evening ship, 10:45: a. m. Evening Service 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke A
Midweek Service
6:30: p. m.
Worship 7:30: ; MYF Fireside
Jones ChapelMrs. per cent. : Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. STARKE BUILDERS ,
Clay County Jumped 125.38 percent 8:30.Monday Charles Reese, mlnlstei
and Union County climbed -CommissIon on Education. LAWSON
Jeannine Manning 39 a to 68.32 cent. 7 p.m.: Official Board, SUPPLIES, Inc.
former resident of Starke, died, per ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL t
8pm. Junior: Girl Scouts 3:15.:
In dollars and cents, this MEAT MARKET
Friday Nov. 22, at her home In CHURCH
Tuesday WSCS Executive OF STARKE INC
means that Bradford County received Featuring Ace Hardware
Cheverly, Md.. after a hort| Sunday Services:
Board Meeting 9:30: a.m.;
$34.573 ($21.766 In Oct.. Eucharist. AND COLD STORAGE
Illness. 67)); Clay County' $70.094 ($31.- WSCS General Meeting. 10 a.m. 8:30: a. m.Church Holy School. I t Complete I Paint Supplies Bullet Lunch 91.25 ,
Mrs. Manning was born In 9:30: a. m. .
099)) and Union County, $5,910 Junior: Girl Scouts 3:15.: We Specialize! In Custom Slaughterand
Hampton 'on (March 17, 1929. She Wednesday Younger Chit. 10:30: a. m. Family Service. Sporting Goods ,
(U3.51U.State. 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
was a member of the Church of dren's Choir Rehearsal 3 p.m.; (Holy Eucharist 1st and 3r4 Lag Cutting'and Wrapptog-
Jesus Christ of Latter Day comptroller Fred O. Sundays: Morning Prayer 21141 I I
and Bible
Prayer Meeting
(Bud) Dickinson. Jr., reported "Check With Us First" _
Salnta. Study, 7:30.Thursday: and 4th Sundays). Buffet Dinner $In Prepared for Deep Freeze ,
$43.086,400 In sales and tax
use Thomas Staab, RectorHAMPTON
Surviving are 'her husband collections last month, an $18.4 Chancel Choir 219 Washington St. 964.5270 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALE
(Marion Manning; two daughters.Melanle Rehearsal, 7:45: p.m.
Jeannlne and Natalie million Increase over collections Friday Older Children's CHRISTIAN AND RETAIL
Susan Manning; one son, Mark made during October a year Rehearsal 3:30: p.m. CHURCH U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 t

Duane Manning all of Cheverly. ago.Dickinson -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. Pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. Phone 964-7059
!Md. brother Donald W. also pointed out Ing Worship at 11. Evening
Thornton; one serving In the U. S. that the gasoline tax, unaffectedby Worship 7:30.: Rev Carl j I I FLORIDA

Navy; her mother and step+ the tax Increase last April, LEGAL FORMS. Brad Clarke, pastor. DAD & BRAD SALES -1 f

father, Mr. end Mrs. Ellis rose move than alAI per cent last ford County. Telegraph. PK I1 EST NEW METHOD
Thornton and her maternal month. 961-6305. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MODULAR HOMES
Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng ONTROL

Warship at 11. Training 24-Ft. Wide Under New
Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night A CNUUCAl, CTl
Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: followed Also 12-Ft. Wide Your Certified Master t
choir Starke Nursing
by practice.
Home service : p. Dry Cleaner

-Rev. Melvin fiamel, pastor. 539 E. Can St. Starke, F|a. Campers and Traveltrailers Free Moth-Proofing $

Phone 964.5745 for FREE Keystone Heights
:MADISON STREET Free Pick-Up and Delivery

BAPTIST CHURCH Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 4734320f
311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5704
BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: a.m. t
Morning Worship at 11. Youth M
Choir Practice 4:30: p.m. Youth
Fellowship Supper 5:45.: TrainIng WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORD
Union 6:15.: WMU Prayer t
SOUTHERN BAPTIST Circle 7:15.: Evening Worship. ABSTRACT CO.
((8 MILES S. E. OF STARKE HIGHWAY 100) 7:30.: and Market

Meeting Monday, Brotherhood- WMU meeting Business r Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed ,

Dec. 2-8 7:30 NightlyRev. 7:30: p.m. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL
: Tuesday-Circle I, 9:30: a.m.

RA meeting, 6:30: p.m.WednesdayPrayer.Meeting, I p BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards t

7:30: p.m. Church Choir Practice 142 W. Can: St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke

Joe Olachea Evangelist 8:30.: I
Phone Ph. 964-6331 PHONE 964-5312
Thursday Sunbeams andGA's I, 964-7064 158 W. Can f

3:30: p.m.Denton.

Good Singing Bible Preaching
Owned By Those We Serve la Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better ,

WelcomeREV. CHUKCH: Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473.4911
Nursery Open Morning Sunday Worship School at 11.10 Train a. m. Jf I t tIT

ing Union. 6:43.: Evening Wor
MERLE PACKHAM, PASTOR ship. 7:30.: -Rev. Luther A. Meflr .
....". I
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.I.- --- - _. THE BRADFORD COUNTY- TELEGkAPH.JBTABKX. FLORIDA ____________________________THURSDAY._____NOV.__28_._1968_

aid estatii in the. office of the '"in"n'. "Fsnte... at Rlchavd To.-

Vo-Tech Center Larry Green Wins tester: :J. Prevatt \ j County ty, Florida Judge, In of Bradford the cuurthouseat Coun- PNOTICK Ito: e.TO Pecon CREDITOR d. *

> it's a woman's Stnrko, Florida within sixcalendar : All ..creriltui of the estate of
Asks Course Dies While On months from the date 1tlC1I.iU) JOSBPH LnBlNB.
of the flrxt ;notifleJand
publication of thUVnotice. hereby

For VeteransCourses Middle School Race Visit In Naples ; 1 ..Jrf1JJl@fb! mum bo. III Hach: writing claim or and demand must oeum.U.or i1epnnd"requlri-d' .:' l are to which file any they claims.may

state tho place of renldenca and have nfcnlnHt mild eHtnte III the
52 post office address of the claim- Judge ofRraMnr"
Lester J. Prevatt, died\ office of tlu- Oimiitv:
ant and mutt be sworn to by County. Florl.ii. In
for veterans "trainingmay .Nov. 19 .as the result of a heart the claimant, hi. front, or hisattorney the Court house at Storks.
be available at the Vo-Tech attack while 'visiting at the or It will become void Florida' withlll six: calendar
accord. borne .of his SOD, Lester 7. Pro- i By Martha Sue McCain' according November- to U law., monthfrom tue> date or the.
Center within month, ... : 1968. first ,publication" i>f thl I mmntiee.Eacit
Evening ,att. In Naples. 'County Extension /al I Velmn Grant claim I iii' ileinnncl must be.
Millard Brown.
Ing to
J Ml VJ;L\rA GRANT- nnd mu''t state I the
In wrltliiK I
Co-ordinator at the Center. \ Born on July 26. 1906. Mr. Home Economics Agent Executrix of the Eatate of Arth- place of renldenee nod l post office ,
asking that the ; Prevatt mon Tyson, dermmed. nhlt'r" of (he i-lnliiinnt and
Resolution a lifelong residentof First
f publication on Nov. 14, h.. worn tobv: the claimant -
state approve such ccurses was Bradford County and; was en 1 1fl8.Thomax. muit 1 ItlH .- or hi* attorney .

signed by the School Board gaged in: farming and the operation TRY TURKEY PARTS 20320Iorth;; A, Pierce Temple Avenue or it .. II"I become void according .

when It met In special session of a grocery store In want turkey for greased shallow baking dish Stnrke, Florida to 'law.C'iiititetu M. SchmlttCHAHUS
Starke before If you ((7 x 11") arrange turkey Cover Attorney for Petitioner M. SOHMITT. Ad- .
night. his
Tuesday retirement
Thanksgiving but you feel your with layer of ._11/14 4t 1 150'1'1101 rninirtriitttr. "f the T..tnte ofRIcir.Rr -
Brown said that they hopeto several years ago. His parents family is too small to enjoy: asparagus. JOSFiI'It LaI4INEI.deceit :
be able to offer to veteransall were the late Joseph and Leota Pour on soup and sprinkle with .ed.Kimono.
there '
eating a large bird a :\ OF 11.10.0ItJol : \ TU
cheese. Bake at 375 degrees for P. ShllWK'"OI.SI' .
of the courses that are presently Sullivan Prevatt. .IM'I':1l 'IC'I'I''IOl H .N.\>1U: : K. SH.\\V
being taught at tile Vo- Surviving are his widow, Merrill solution. available 20-25 minutes or until lightly :Notice I la lierrhy, a!Vr'fl thatthe 14.2 Went Cnll Street
Turkey parts are now browned. I iindt-iHlifned umltithu prolnlonx -
Serves 6.
Tech' Center, Including the courses Prevatt; two ;sons Luclan.of and continue to increaseIn \' nf, Chapter\ JO.'i.'i.l( ';;; Kim Starke Florida for Administrator"
which: lead Vo a high school Starke. and Lester of Turkey Rice Soup-4 cups turkey of j'IOI'hlll.1'18, i lIt I'Ul, will Attorney Firm PublicationNovember:
popularity, say specialists stock one-fourth finely leirlHter with I tini Merit\ i>f the *
diploma. Naples: two brothers. Middle- with the Florida Agricultural cup ClKiilt I Cum. I In ,mill, I fur, I lirnd- T. 1069. 1117 -It 11/25
The State Department' .of Ed- ton and Claude Prevatt, both .of diced onion thrse-fourfis cup ford Count. ), Kim-Ida upon' reCClUt _
Service. ,,,,
Extension of f Of publication Of
diced celery, one half-cup diced pi o
ucation will have to apPI'oOveboth Miami; four sisters. Mrs. Doris Cutting large turkeys into Individual this notice I hi. flttltloua name
the program and the Individual Wynn and Mrs. carrots, one-fourth cup rice 3 of Stni ko Vl l Surll"-"'. Jlwy.'IUI .
Ritch. parts enables small and tablespoons fat. 3 tablespoonsflour : Smith. wiai-ke." 1 Flurlilii.Martini ,,' r'lm
courses. Brown said Eight both of Starke; Mrs. Eva Rock M. UuS; :; BearIng J.J.H
grader tarry Green finishes first among 50 runners to average-sized families to have Spencer
1 diced and
.the community will bs notified and Mr!. Mabel cup turkey. St. 1 StaiUf, Fin. tutu U.
tt both
win Monday the Bradford Middle School Intramural Cross turkey on Thanksgiving, Christ .1 tablespoon chopped parsley. 1ii*hIea'n Carter., 1'. O H""< 2IJ i )
if and when' approval given.In of Mla:', ; and three grandchildren .'.....
II \
day of the Stiirke! Fla ii ""' "
the meantime, he suggested Country Championships. Green ran bis best race of the year, mas, or any year heat' stock to boiling then I Dittfd\ llil, 21'th! fill)' of iicto-

that: interested veterans contact an 11:08: better than all but one varsity runner. Graveside services were heldat the without large missing bird. Turkey the flavor paitscan of add vegetables! rice and cook her., I HOi.c-onntv,\., I Florldn.iail>. nt Stii. iItt', I llindfi.nl \\ ),,111))
slowly. Melt in fat. blend in ,
the Veterans Administration' 3 : It II Jl
pm. Friday with Jack Bell
to the large family
flour. Add a little hot stock to(
concerning their standing under minister .of the Starke Church of difference between a
select Just the
They can
flour mixture: and blend until
the GI Bill and apply for eligi .
Christ. officiating. Is
pieces they prefer. smooth stir Into Add turkey democrat and a republican
bility. ; Active ; soup. In The ( .ri .t.9 Jii.luirimrl Of
toapprove pallbearers were James Turkey parts make it possible Cook, stirring constantly flriai trI I nil ii I 9. Florliln. III one vote."
The VA: would also :have M.
,. Norman. Bobby Gill, Fate for everybody to have a drum. for 10 minutes! longer. Remove
the which a.
courses .
,J Brown. W. L.
Thigpen Lacy
if he likes. Yu can buy
stick from heat
veteran decides to 'take. Then: : add chopped pars-
( .,J Brown. and John A. Torode. turkey parts In all the pal.tsthat
attendance at the courses wouldbe ley. Serves 5.
chicken in. The
reported to the VA and the- K'

veterans" .would receive a .fi A more popular pieces are wings, <4tl.i: UK .\I 'IOtOiIiLi5
lag one of the daily prizes off
legs and breast. If you want
JL 'liii;CKS
monthly supplement. SjjJ ered by the: Florida Times-Union Scaled IllilH will 1)0 received In
<< white meat only, buy breasts
that eligible 11
Brown pointed out office oC UuslneHs Manager, Business
and Journal to !writers between
veterans could work towarda or wings. Or if you prefer clarkmeat Florida Stab Prison. Italt'ord, DirectoryAuto
the ages of 9 to la on: "What there's a drumstick and Florldu. iij) to and not later
high school diploma: receive limn 10:00 A. St.
Jan : Uweinbor 4lh
Christmas Means to Me.
half .of their normal supplement thiugh combinationor Just the 1UUK for 10 Buipliis! cum, Ac truolcn.
First five finishers In the Middle School championships (I-r) put her ideas in poem form and drumstick alone. lildn niuHt bo on forms secured

subtracted and that this from time their:would elglblllty not be are Larry Green 11:02 Leonard Garrets 11:18 Wayne Lambaa learned last week that she was Why buy parts? You not only I l.o from Innpcctcd that I office.at 1.'lol'ltllI Vehicles State innv Sales and ServiceParrish MUSIC

the winner 'of a $5 gift certificate .of waste but Prison Motor Tool Monday
subtracted from their eligibility 11:40.: ) Steve Thomas 11:11: and Randy Hodges 11:58. have less chance thrmiKh Frldnv,
between S'OOX : -
at any of the participating you can save time cooking and 'I. A.1 PM
Paulus Music Co.
stores. have .oven-spacs for your other I 1121 I 2t 122 (

PersonalsMr. cooking. You can also cook the Motors
J lu The Ciiuiily JU">K.'. Court Ol Band & Instruments
'. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry pieces on top of the oven range, llrndfonl Cuuntr. Florldn String:
.yyyyyyyyyyv-y-v-vyyyyy, visited her sister and brother- if like. No. 1-ir.bl!
In r,,: i:tuto Arthmun Ty- SALES Gibson) Guitars &
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Low- WHEN IS IT DONE: ? HUH DCO.UHCU.NOTICH SERVICE :

ery, in Jacksonville, on Monday. There is no substitute for a All; TO C1SKD1TOU3 PARTS .
or illtorti of the estate of School Suppllea-Inatructlon
On Tuesday they visited Mr. meat therometer, placed in the Arthmon Tywin. decuaand are
Mabry's brother and sistsr-in- center of the Inside thigh muscle )lu-rehy, notified nnd required to Roberts Recorder

By Dorothy Mills law, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mabry or the thickest! part .of the fill th in.i.>' flalm! TV h"or""dumandswlilrli uoralnati! Always Good Used Cars

hone 4734518AAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA4A th.LhiMembers ..at Neptune Beach. On Thursdaythe breast (avoid bone)I. When it 921 Laura St. Ph. 356-565 Muslo Llbrary-Exptlrt
Mabiys visited. her step registers 180-185 degrees the -

brother. Link Williams, at the turkey Is done. For a stuffed 1 d7 1' BEAUTY ACADEMY:\ 41 Repair W. Monroe Department. 325-8447

of the winning crops country team In the middle Medical Cartsr in Gainesville. bird, the thermometer' may be 1"C.

Hope Baptist Church school championships are (front I-r) Alfred Lindsay Jimmy where he Is t3 undergo surgery placed in the center of the stuffing --\Y
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- de- American
until it 165
_ Ing Worship 11 a.m.; Training Lowry Greg Padget, Steve Strickland. Paul West and Daryl ends and on in St.Sunday: Augustine they visited fri grees. If no: meat registers thermometer ,,. ,, '," .r' ,",."',. { PIANOS

Union 6:30: p.m.; Evening Worship Illlllard. In bock: Wayne Lambas Larry Green Randy Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Marls Packham la used start testing for: donen Hairstyling I

7:15: p.m.; Wednesday and Gray Flynn. Jr., were In Madison this: ,week. about 30 minutes before guide Speedway Academy I
evening Prayer Service 7:30: p. Tc-am with the fewest points wins the meet and Team 5 hind time indicates. Move drumstickup FOK MUSICAL ADVICE

m., with choir practice after- only 113 points; they are all eight graders. Team 4. seventh and end.Mr.. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and down the leg joint : 'i'. -:," 21 W. Monroe 3:15-1191: : ; C. CARTER NICE

ward.A eight graders had 189 points; Team 2, sixth and seventh grad were shopping in 'Falatka Mon should give readily or break if .r'5 MitSOUTH! Oii(

of Hop new: fence Church on Cemetery the east side has ers had 307 points; Team 1, all sixth graders had 312 points, day. Dinner guests of the: S.b- meat.done. cook If you prefer about 30 well minutes done <
been completed.Revival and Team 3, all seventh graders had 377 points. leys on Tuesday were Mr. and, longer. Hairstyling ;
Mrs. Lynn Hall >of Hampton and
% Next Week Mrs. Sue Brannon of Bedford ENJOY LEFTOVERS STOCK CAR Academy e s
Rev. Jo9; : Olachea, pastor of Lake. Turkey Divan Two 10 oz.

the First Baptist Church of packages frozen asparagus, 12 2659 Park St. 388-H537:
and Jill
Mr. Mrs. Percy S van
slices cooked turkey, 1 Modern :;.:
.of Palatka visited: his &parents, large RACES Styling Z
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan 10': oz. can condensed cream of Qualified Instructors
chicken soup and three fourths U i Accredited -, VA.Approved !\I:\I HALL "SWINGER"
and their SOil, Percy Jr. Every' Sunday
FLORIDA and family Saturday. cup shredded Cheddar cheese. Day or Night Classes ORGANS

Cook asparagus and drain. Taro Time Trials 1:30:

First Race _u___ 2:30 MATEUNTY WEAn Roosevelt Mall-388-8519

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THEATRE All 50 middle school rumors start the two-mile race from the Florida Anil For File Urnilfuril>... (....nt'., GLASS Added Attraction WESTERN STORE

concession stand at Bradford Stadium. In He: Estate of CmII[ Meyer, FAMOUS i ,
aim known us I Km: 11 Mel IT, l>o- EVERY PURPOSEItfirrors 4
SHOWTIME Green Cave Springs, will conduct Chapel" at Hope Church.: reasod.NOTICK TO fllKIUTOKSTo HELL DIVERS j
all cri'ditcH-H and nil .,er-
Weekdays 7 P. :M. revival services at Hape Rehearsal Dinner Hone having .I'lnlnifi ir" ilemnnda LITTLE DUDE
Sunday 3 P. M. Baptist Church: 'Monday through: Following the rehearsal Thursday : iiffRlnttt! Hnld entitle. fl.t&i.tit.kJ
You nnd ..1I'h..r >'''''. 'are FOR '
Sunday of next week, Dec 2-8. of
Saturday 1 P. M. evening cf the wedding hereby notified and ieiulrod| to
Services begin at 7:30: each evening Miss Linda Batten and Joey prencnt nnv Ha I him ami .ilcmaniH i SHEA'SGLASS ACTION Western Store

Wed.:;Thurs., Fri., Sat.Nov. ; and a cordial invitation: to( Baldree which: ,was solsmnlzsd which may ha\i you.> auuliixt or I (.It|I thor I the "CHI of a t.you.. of "Jacksonville's Most Complete

27 28 29 30 attend is extended by the pastor Friday evening at Hope Baptist "Kmll I I "'y"r film I Itnonn n* ,KuillMeier. Shop for Motherto3P.Western Clothing,, Leather-
deccHHPit lilt > of I It"11 tI-
and members of Hope Church. Church members of the: wedd- ford t'tt nti.'. I"I.rtIa, to I tho GAlORE, goods, Saddles and TrailersCharles
New Life Bible Club ing party enjoyed:, dinner at Via: County .1"ttIg"* of Itrailford .Cotintv J72-431S I72-4JS1 JUDY'SMATERNALANE
The New Life Bible Club, for home of Mr. and Mrs. Baldree, !stark.Huitirord('itti n t y CoiirthoUH County t 1.1"'.r-lit 1JI3 M.W. 4th Piece & Sharon Patty

children in grades 1 through: : 6, the bridegroom's parents. Ida. tit hut Mix month** fioui tht. Gonivlll! !
ilutiof I hirirst iiulilliiitlon ofthlH 1007 Park St. 803:
meets each Mnday afternoon; CongratulationsTo notice.Km 355-5013: S. Edffcwood 384-1210

after school in the "Children's Miss Jan Searle on winn- 'h ,Iii I 1111 01. ileumnd imint
lie I In urltliiK I and, niuHt stilt
the |I''lat-e of.! t-i-Hldt-nce and' punt
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Hiifrtclt-nl. ,the (County.o ii. u,>H of.Judge hi I a iliihn to mull toenahle that Chevy is a good looking pickup. .

one to ">a<'h 1 pri-Hona! roiireBciitatlvi -

Doris Day and lulled-, November, I S tLt, A. I>. .
Florida National 1 Hank, or .T......U Jfli , Brian Keith ADMISSION : Adults 75c, Students '60c Honllle

Children Under 12 Free lly I Fi--d .1. Thi.oipBOM, Jr.
An l\c-cntnr the T..ul111. ',. .. "
And TeHtament of Emil McvernlMo
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irport Leasing ControversyColors

Next Tuesday's Election


Will the outcome of next wildlife In the area. approximately 1,700 acres at the &Sportsmen's Club is the fact I "ystreet talk" and It is pretty

Tuesday's City Election in Keystone Fox feels that If Councilman Airport, and are .scheduled to that its liability Insurance polIcy '' well known where the sympathies -

Heights be accepted as a Charles Donohoe U defeated In be opened at the December 10 has been cancelled and this of individual candidates. lie.

mandate of the .people on the the December 3 voting/ it will Council meeting. If the grazing la a prerequisite U the city An additional note of Interest .

hunting-flying issue at Keystone mean repudiation by the voters lease .Is accepted at this time should lease the Airport property is added to the current cam

Airport? of the way the Airport lease issue by the Doaoboe-Cook Wlnana for hunting purposes. paign by the candidacy of Joy
There are those who think it has been handled by the. majority, it would appear to There for those who believe that Baker (Mrs. D. A.) The first DONOIIOEj JJAKEIC KJcll.

should. One of these la Councilman present Council majority (Don preclude further negotiations this requirement could be work- woman to seek a council post

Everett Fox. who wltlf! oboe James Cook and Ray with the Sportsmen's Club when ed out, however. in Keystone Heights: for more She has lived In Keystone political scene as an announced years!!. before that was manager
Chairman Roy Watkins com Wlnaus! ) and they should acceptit the new Council is seated. then two decades.!! Mrs. Camille Heights for 18 years coming council candidate .is A. R. Mar- of YMCA Camp Immokalee on
prised a council minority that as a vote of "no confidence" Although the grazing lease Although none of the four candidates Stewart occupied a council seat here from Jacksonville after wick a Keystone resident for Brooklyn Lake.

has consistently favored an area and postpone action on leasing will have a 60(-day cancellation who have qualified for :in the late 1940's. her marriage to Tony Baker. the past five years, and father Mr. Marwlck has not been!

of Keystone Airpark to members Airpark facilities for cattle clause. Fox says he would not two council posts to be votedon Mrs. Baker served as City/ She feels that after a lapse of of Mrs. Fred Dodd. Before his' able to campaign actively due

of the Sportsmen's Club grazing until the new council is favor arbitrarily voiding it Tuesday is actively campaigning Clerk for 3V4 years! and feels 20 years, it Is time for a wom- retIrement Mr. Marwlck' : was to being :hospitalized in Jacksonville

for hunting privileges In returnfor seated In January. without Just cause. on a pro or anti hunt that her knowledge of !the workIngs an's influence to be felt againIn manager of Juniper Springs recreation .- \ for the past week. He

certain services. including a Bids are currently being ad- Another stumbling block In club platform, the Issue Inevl- of city government wouldbe City government. area in the Ocala, National is expected to return home this

planting/ program to stimulate vertised for grazing rights on reopening/ negotiations with the Jably crops up in election a valuable asset on the conn- 'The other! newcomer on the. Forest and for .several week. however.

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Garden CIuK NEWS NOTES Indians Feel hornets'. StingIn

Plans Bazaar 'By Helen Egan


The Garden Club of the Lakes 12-7 Toss-up Last FridayBy
held its monthly meeting Thurs EASTERN STAR

day, Nov. 21, at 10 am In St. The November 19 chapter-
Williams Hall. Twenty-four meeting was one of Thanksgiving -|

members attended and the as well as a Memorial Ser Mike Chitty After a scoreless third: quar

morning was spent as a workshop vice for deceased members of ter, the Indians came alive and
for the Christmas Bazaarto OES who have passed away The Keystone High School Indians got rolling. Mike Murrhee finally

be held December 1213. during the year. Worthy Matron suffered their third defeatof hit pay dirt when he busted

The hostesses Mrs. Florence Paddy Gilrle. assisted by Wor- the season, as they lost a over for the only touchdown for

Benchoff Mrs. Mary Abel. Mrs1. thy Patron Hector Ownbey, con- 12-7 toss-up to the Hawthorne the Indians Jeff Batts added

Mildred Hazen. and Mrs. Edna ducted an initiation ceremonyfor Hornets. Coach Roy Bayless the extra point, and the gap was
Demorest served luncheon at new members. ft. said, "I guess the boys had the tightened to 127.

12 noon. Following the chapter! meeting Potato Bowl on their minds, Keystones 'big chance came

Special events were planned, a social hour was enjoyedin 1 cause they really didn't start when they .stopped the Hornets
the banquet hall with Miss a playing till the fourth quarter.
and chairmen gave their reports deep In their own territory, and
during business session Gertrude Houser Mr. and Mrs.S. The game was a real tingler forced them to punt. The Indians -

conducted by Mrs. Albert Bach- E. McKay, and Mr. and Mr. with both teams playing hard, blocked the, punt, and took
mann, president It was an- A. P. Hallman( as hosts. Rotary Sponsors Interact ClubThe but the Hornet's defense played over on the Hornets' 20 yard

'nounced that a camellia show The next stated meeting will Just a little harder line. Fans. were all perked up

will be held January 17 in the be held December 3, at which The Hornets put all their as the Indians drove to the 12
the Interact Club at
and advisors
,,city hall. time Master Masons will be Keystone Heights Rotary Implementing new tributlon to the new club's1 sting In the first quarter as they before being stopped with only/'
!honored. Members are remind. Club met with their Junior organization Keystone Heights High, School: Principal Joseph Benson co. success. .scored both of their touchdownsin seconds to go. The Indians were

ed to bring Christmas Jellies the Interact Club, chairman of Rotary Interact; Ilaryl Johnson president Interact The 23 charter members of the period. The first .score etopped twice by Harry Dough

and Jams (some dietary) to the for a luncheon on Friday Nov. ; Marshall Gallop, vice president! ; Ricky ,Murrhee treasurer; the organization are: Jeff came when Alfred Brown took a erty, and twice by the Hornets'

next meeting, as well as any 22.Special John McGrath' secretary; Pat Paterson co-chairman: Rotary Baits, Doug Benson, Edwin 10 yd. pass from Jim Swrency defensive secondary who brokeup
personal gifts (unwrapped) for guests at this meet. Community Service. Baker, Tracy Baker, Richard in for the TD. Keystone blockedthe two patses. Dougherty was
Interact and AI Watson, Rotary
chapter members in the Masonic Ing were two visiting Rotarians ; Denmark. Richard Foster Mar- PAT attempt, and the Hornets the outstanding defensive player -

BAPTIST Home In St. Petersburg George King, of Gainesville and shall Gallop Chipper Hague led 60. of the game, with 14 unas-
so they may be delivered early. Jack Adams of Palatka: !Mrs. ,ter by Pat Paterson, cochairman outlined the history, purposes Daryl Johnston, Mark Jordon The second Hornet sting came sisted tackles and 8 assists.
First Baptist Church ReY HOMEMAKERS CLUB Jerard Petrella, English teacher. : of notary's Interact com- and goals of the new club on Steve Hepstenstall Wayne Kuy- when half-back Terrell Williamsran The two teams were pretty

Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sunday The Keystone Community of Keystone Heights High. mittee. the national and local levels. kendall, Gary Lelno, Mike Mur- 30 yards on an end sweepin evenly matched as far as Stati-

School. 9:43: a. m Worship Club met November 20 when School and Steve Barber. Joseph Benson, principal of Interact "Sweethearts' ," Ker- rliee, Joe Moore, T. C. Miller for the touchdown. Again the stics go. In rushing: Keystone:

Services 11 a. m. and five new members were Intro Daryl Johnston. president of the Keystone School, and who U ry Shackleford and Jana Hayes, John !McGrath. Ron Strickland, PAT failed and the Hornets led made 123 yards, opposed to 135

7:30: p. m. Training Raton. duced. Two new members Mrs. Interact, was presented a framed largely responsible for generating honorary members of the club, Jerry Turner, Billy Wolfe, Jack 12-0 at half-time. for Hawthorne. Keystone com-

6:30: p. m. Nursery open for Ann Sumpter and Mrs. Marguerite copy of the Junior club char- student Interest tn! Interact, were recognized for their con- Wlngate. John Warren and Ricky --. pleted 4 of 7 pass attempts for

all services. Quagllano.' attended the Mul'rhee.- -_____n __ 46 yards while Hawthorne com-
Council Leadership meeting last Anti-Litterbugr pleted 5 of 10 attempts for 58
CATHOLIC booth has only] three members'' daughter, Mrs. Emma Grover del son, Mrs. Peck, 'Mrs. Ruth .YYvvvYvvvvvvyymml
month and presented the program yards, with one Interception.
St. William's Church Sun on "Six Shopping Sins." of the committee. Mrs. Helen and children all of Starke: and Hollii. and Mrs. Stanley La- Day SponsoredBy Both teams punted 5 times for
day Mass. 9 a. m. Wednesday Mrs. Egan, chairman, would like to her grandaujhter, Mrs. Caro. Costs.
Imogene Ritenburgh ex
have these articles in and four children, next meeting will bs Dec- INDIAN BEACHLake Garden Club'A an average of 40 yards.
Mass and Novena. 7 o. m. tension the educational lyn Gll'son : The -
economics agent,
home) Keystone /now holds a 7-3-0"
CHt'KOf building< office by Mon- of Gainesville. ember 4, and will be a business! ,
COMMUNITY showed slides Illustrating the
record in regular ;season play,
successful Anti-Litterbug
day Dec. is working in
2. John Mathews meeting.
Sunday Scnosol.: : 9:40: a, m. program topic. ( Santa Fe) and will play in the Potato
Morning: Worship! 11. Y:.- h' Fel- Mrs. Mildred Payton, president The Workshop was not held the Bahamas.The Thank glvloll( Service Byi Michael: H. ChlttyPH. : Day was sponsored last Saturday Bowl In Hastings Wednesday
Ion the 27th, but White Elephant Junior Woman's Club is There will be a Comumnlty by the Garden Club of the
l lawsM l 'laU t!!:!.agers'', at 'C p. appointed the nominating &7 -217J night ((27th). The Indians will
all Lakes In Keystone Heights. Boy/
items Bake Sale at the Post Service for
were priced, and will con- holding a Thanksgiving
Pascal Carr director: Holy committee for the 1969 'slat of
m.: face St. Joseph's Academy from
eachquarter. tinue to be received this week- Office at 8:30: a.m. Wednesday Churches in the Melrose: area at &&&& AA& & Scouts under the direction of
Communion, 1st Sunday:: officers: Chairman Mrs. Nettie St. Augustine In this Thanksgiving -
end. Th's will be good Wednesday Nov. 27, Scoutmaster Steve Moore, earn
morning a ,
: 7:30: p.m.
night Prayer Loebeck "Gobble Gobble Gobble!1"
Wednesday ; Mrs. Ruby Coppack. Eve clash. The game
ed awards for the
BAZAAR LUNCHEONTea opportunity to buy baked goods at Faith Presbyterian Church, cleaning up
Service. 7:30.: -Rev.. Leon F. and Mrs. Dorothy Cook. Election OOPS! Better quit saying that, will start at 8:15: In the Hast-
will be for Thanksgiving Dinner. between Melrose and Keystone.
Milner, pastor.EPIS'OPL. and Installation will take served on Decem- someone's. liable to. shoot. Believe city.Marsh ings Potato Bowl.
ber 4 from 9 to 11 a.m. in the There will be a clean-up at Rev. Thomas Oeyer, pastor of Gallop Jr. and John
place at the December meeting me, if there's anything I "GO INDIANS!!"
Holiday TeaRoom, and In the Ochwllla Cemetery Saturday the United Methodist Church Warren were In charge of the
A workshop for the Christmas would not want to be now, it's
afternoon from Nov. 30, at the Cemetery behind will preach the sermon. planned program.
2:30 to
: 7. Tickets -
St. Anne's Church Bazaar
of Clay County Clubs a Turkey. There's just no: telling
for the luncheon the Ochwllla Baptist There will be a box: for contributions The following patrols took
should be
William I.Jones.. Vicar Holy! was held November 23 at the how many tans of Turkey: will be
secured not later than December Church. Dinner will be servedon of food for a needY part In the program: 1st place
Communion 8 a. m. every home of Mrs. Wallace Dazy on devoured: in the coming weeks.It KEYSTONE
SundayHoly 2. if passible.PERSONALS the grounds.: Anyone who hasa family, for t those who wish to Ravens, Douglas Benson, leader
Sunday. First
Brooklyn Lake. The
annual sure must be nice to be aTurkey
plot is urged to come: and bring a contribution. ; 2nd place Cobras Bruce
Communion, 8 a. m. and 9:30: Christmas
covered dish lunch Firmer this time of
Joseph help with the work. Money received from the offering Bannon, leader; 3rd place, Pan-
a. m. Second third and fourth eon will be held December 11 has returned year. It the /weather stays likeit
to his home after The Booster: Club of Inter- will go to the communityfund thers, Art Fordyce leader
Sundays Morning at 10 a.m. with I'egularbust.- undergoing has been lately, it will be
Judges Mrs. Albert
lachen Junior-Senior: High for emergency purp ses.Everyc.te were
9:30: a. m. Evening Pray; ness meeting and program preceding surgery the J. Hillis Miller Just right for Thanksgiving. At
'School held last In Melrose and surrounding Bachmann Mrs. Roy Bridges,
Holy l)ayi: Medical Center in Gainesville. a meeting\ n.
er.-Sunday. 7pm at the home of
Mrs least we had several nice days
invited to and Mrs. William Warren.
He will 'be day night. Participation from area is
\will be announced Dazy. convalescing athome
In between these bad ones. Well. DIRECTORY
Melrose\ was almost noa-exlst-: come and give thanks for our
and "
LUTHERAN COMMUNITY: CHURCHMrs. will appreciate visitors lets look at the news now: .____.
arit. Thh Is almost unbelievable blessings.
Barry Wyman, Decoralion Thursday night, my parents, sang at the 'Me Lean-Beam
11. m AnnouncedThe
JJhine Worulitp. considering that over half! Bazaar
A. R.
Committee chairman Marwlck Is reported to Wedding In Keystone Saturday
requests James and Cricket Chitty at- RABY'S AUTO
Communion 2nd be improving the students are from the Mel- Melrose Homemakers:
Sunday. Holy the various booth after surgery at evening.Mr. .
committees tended a retirement party honor-
rose area. This club well Club: will hold a Christmas Bazaar -
eaoto as as!
held Riverside
Sunday. to be at the educational Hospital in Jackson ing Cula Coran of Starks. Mr. and Mrs H. O. McArthui- SERVICE
other clubs set up at the school, at the Home Demonstration -
Sunday at. St. Anne's H5>b. building at 1 December yule of Madison were guests of Mr.
Ccron had retired after having
help to bring understanding between Club Friday Dec. 6, startIng Complete Auto RepairsAir
copal Church. Richard Mayer.minister. to decorate individual booths.On MaJ. Owen B.. Baker is still more than 30 years of service and Mrs. Klm'.>roullh.
the School l and: parents. at 11 am. Homemade Conditioning Repairs
December 3 all articles for hospitalized. with Humphreys Gold Corp. David and Eddy:! Rled of Jack.
This is a new school; this understanding and bakery items will be ,
sale (except baked goods) are We regret that both Mr. and sale. and E. I. Da Pont. sonville. and Karen Reddish of & Automatic Transmission
is badly needed at on
to be brought to the educational Mrs. Houston Driscoll !have this time. Members of t the club will holda My brother, Wayne was an. Starke spent last weekend: with Service

building between the hours!! of been confined to their home Interlachen Junior Senior meeting before the bazaar op Usher at the wedding of Mar their grandparents: Mr. and:! Mrs. PHONE 473-4401

10 to 4. If possible, please price for some time with a vIrus High needs parents' who will ens. shall Beam and Nancy McLeanin D. W. Carpenter. Mrs. Carpenter Little Lake Bedford
articles. her daughter: Mrs.
your visited
step forward and volunteer Week Of Prayer Keystone Saturday. The
Because the Kris Kringla rYYYYYYYYYYTYTYYYYYYY.MELROSE. their service to helD support: Eliam Baptist Church will Beams are spending part of David Rled in Jacksonville, Fri. BEAUTY SHOP

Thrift Shoppe (White Elephant) the organizations:> of the ,school. hold Week of Prayer for Fore- their honeymoon: in Jamaca. day. .

This support tells students that ign Missions starting Sunday: Marshall Is home on leave from, Mrs Doyle James and Mrs, KEYSTONEBEAUTY

there are adults who: care about night Dec. 1. the U. S. Marines, and will leave Art Wheeler flew to Illinois last

'IBank their school 1 and are wlll'ng to The meeting Tuesday night for Viet Nam in a few weeks. week due to a death In the fami SHOPI

By Joyce RoweIAAAAAAAAAAaAk&aAL help get this school established. will begs! :at about 6:45: p.m. "Our congratulations' go to ly.Mr.
Duplicate Bridge when a covered dish supper will Nancy and:! Marshall!I" and Mrs. James Robbinattended I EDITH JOHNSON, Owner

AAA Winners last week of the Mel- be served. There will be an- Sunday, My aunt and uncle, the: funeral of Mrs.. Personal and Creative Hair Styling

Herbert C. Quarks is home on rose Duplicate Bridge Club other meeting Wednesday nightat Teenle & Roy Crenshaw of Rubbtns' step-grandmother t ir i Every Form of Beauty closed

Credit 'h s a 30-day leave from Vietnam. were: Mrs Emerv Cooper:> and 7:30: and one Thursday Gainesville and Jean Ball and ,Jacksonville, Saturday evening Monday.NURSERY Culture .- Tues.-Sat. 9-5;

He'and his wife, Ann, are stayIng Miss Bessie Rutherford, 1st morning at 10. Russ Piece of Gainesville were While we were talking witt 1

with her parents, Mr. and place; Mrs. Paley Boyd and A Foreign Missions Christmas visiting: us. I.Continued On Next Page

Mrs. "Red" Thompson.: Mrs. W. J. Or Uck. 2nd place: Offering will be collected in the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wardof MMWH MHBWmBBVHHM

Mr. and Mrs. Osorge Edward Mrs. H. T. Dent and Mrs. F. T. Sunday morning/ service. Rev. Starke and Fred & Corlne NOTICE TO BIDDERS

IsYour Sampson and children of Sarasota Hogue, 3rd place: Mrs. Robert Bob Smith, who: is with the Thleman were Saturday night D.C. Carnes NurseryHwy.

spent the weekend with Clare and Mrs S. P. Sashoff, Baptist Student Union In Gainesville supper guests of Pete and Joyce Notice is hereby given that by 100. Flonhome 659-2183
his uncle and aunt Mr. and 4th place. will be guest speaker. Barton. sealed bids will' bs received Nursery Stock_- Thousands of

Mrs. M. V. Sampson.Mr. Woman's ClubMembers He is a missionary on furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant the Keystone Height! City Tuesday Council Plants & Fruit Trees to OAOOM

and Mrs. George DeVal- of the Melrose Everyone li the community: is were visltlnx! Mr. and Mrs. Lag. up until 7:30: p. m. from Shade Trees Evergreens &
! Best encla spent Saturday in Homestead : woman's Club were hatred Invited to these services. rasse in Gainesville over the Dec. 10 far cattle grazing rights: at Landscape Plai.ts. in containers.

where they attended the last week with a visit by Mrs. Several boxes: have been weekend. Jack Bowens of Geor on approximately 1.700 acres Council CAMELLIASZALEAS
wedding of their daughter. Marie McCoy, author of the Placed in Melrose to collect: gia was visiting the B/yanU the Keystone Airport.!
Credit Mr. and Mrs. Don Beach of book "Journey Through! Dark- food for :needy families so they during ,the week. reserves the right to: reject any Let Us Do Your Landscaping

Bristow, Okla. are parents to a ness." might enjoy Thanksgiving too. Mr. and Mrs. Fraser and: and all bids.

baby boy, Michael Des, born After a Blowingintroduction!: Share your blessings with those children: of Jacksonville, were: -Roy Watklss. Clerk Chm. USED CARS

I ReferenceIn November! 11 in Tulsa, Okla. by Mrs. Phil Kromer first vice- less fortunate than you. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vergle Homer,

!Mrs. Beach is the former: Mar- president, Mrs. McCoy told Have a happy Thanksgiving: Daryl Barrows. Mrs. Fraser 2tchg1128 Hanks Used Cars

gy Rothhammer and lived in about her life after she had be- DISCOUNT
Melrose many years. com h'lnd. BIG CASH
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coffman As her audience KIIS GARDENERS TERMS
of Jacksonville spent last Sun. she told of earn: of MAKE STATIONARY BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE BUY SELL::.. TRADERT.
day with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. her High School Gardeners, sponsored
experiences and the I, BOX 90
the Garden Club of
opening a charge account at a Allen.Lt. ments she had made In her life. Open Under New Management Hwy. 100 8 Mlles S. Starke
the Lakes made
stationary using -
Robert J. Karow: who has She also
store or In any situation where you been stationed' at Hunter Field expla'ned the difficulties pressed flowers, at their EDDIE CARDENAS, OWNER
! must show you are financially responsible in Savannah Oa., has been visiting sight their November meeting. Thirty-Mix
I late in life members attended, with Mrs PLYWOOD LUMBERBUILDER'S *""
I good bank credit is an Anderson.Mr. his grandmother. Mrs. Pat Certainly everyone came J. Miller Wrinkle chairman in HARDWARE THAT ALL YOUR

invaluable asset.KEYSTONE and: Mrs. C. A. Duncanof awav from the meeting with a charge. ROOFING SHEETROCK CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
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Lawton. Okla. arrived Satur great respect for those who: ;;: PLASTERING MATERIALS THE BEST FROM

! day to spend work hard to overcome their ABSENTEE BALLOT
STATE BANK Thanksgiving with handicaps. j PANELING Edward's Building
her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. F. DEADLINE MONDAY

I Member FJXI.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Simmons. it In was a. decided brief business to have meeting Marvin Absentee ballots for the December PAINTS INSULATION TOOLS ETC. SUpply* Inc.
Weekend guests of Mr. and recently 3 City Election of Key- HIGHWAY 21 NORTH OF KEYSTONE -
I t "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Mrs. J. O. Dann were her son Odom prepara some atone Heights must be returnedand PROMPT DELIVERY 728 s, Mala 371:4844OAINESVdLE
purchased land for a parking Ph. 473-4886 FLA.A .
, Community. and family. Mr. and Mrs. David received by the City Clerk

Woodard and children and 'her lot.Hostesses were Mrs. Pat An- by 6 p.m. Monday Dec. 2.

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Mrs. Jo Strandberg., ly has been sick with Flu Virus, At Mom's ()n Thanksgiving Day. It seems as if that's a rule. fus Donley home on leave after ,Friday night services, 8 p.m.--- :
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Aldridge Colds, and you name it. Last "I'dUke a little Cranberry They'd have groceries. to last being wounded in Vietnam. He ,Elder!: Walter Camps, pastor.
VOICE of the and daughter Mrs. G. W. Bar week I Joined the crowd wholeheartedly ,sause," two days, Is now in the States recuperating Ernest McGollie, Assistant Pas
ber were weekend guests of Mr.. 'when I took a nice We here from Uncle Pete. If they'd only play it cool. I and enjoying' a visit with \
\ SPORTSMAN n w and Mrs. E. W. Revels. little doozY of a cold. So I think: Aunt Maudie likes the sweet But I !guess that's the way of friends and relatives. tor.Pleasant' Grove Baptist
\ Roger Harrison of Jacksonville I'll close, and go to bed. I sincerely ) taters. man Everyone was glad to have Church: Sunday School. 10 a.m.
By MIKE CIIITTY and Mike Smith of Starke hope you all have (tor Boy!!' that ole gal can eat. He'll stuff till he can hardly PFC Rogers Donley and SP-4 Mid-Day Service, 11 o'clock.
Phone 475-2171 '- _a. I were weekend guests of Mrs. H. had) a very nice Thanksgiving' There's also pork and greens, speak. Ulysses Byrd home on weekend Fellowship! Service, 3 p. m.
T. Smith and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe. without eating too much. Good. To puck in our poor little turns But everything 'will work cut passes. Evening Service, 7:30: Prayer
Monday: Mrs. Smith :and Mrs. bye for now, and "May: the good And with: all the food 'that's alright. We would like to say Happy Service. 7:30.-Rev.: Leroy Davis -
Wolfe were luncheon guests:! of Lord bless and keep you all". left, Cause he'll get back on his diet Birthday to James Harvey Hut pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cheshire; In Now here's Leeon You can teed half a dozen bums. next week.SPEEDVILLE". c1insc! .
Gainesville.Well' Papa shot the: Turkey, CHURCH NOTICES ADDING EIACIIINESj Man.uai .
r-.4> 'V friends, we have come to LEEON'S CORRNER Asd: Mama cooked him up right. Church of God by Faith! : Sun-. or electric. For sale ot
< the end of another week. I certainly "Thanksgiving" Then we all eat like pigs day School 10:30: a.m. Bible rent. Add subtract, credit balance. -
hope you feel better reading "Pass the dressin Mama,," Till *jr bellies! are stuffed up Class 12 noon. WWC and Youth .- Bradford County Tele
Kits: collumn, than I did That'is what we'll here:: em say. tight. By Rosa Hutchlnson Hour. 6 p.m. Evening Service. graph.

r __ while- writing it. My whole- fami When they all come to eat, Everyone eats too much, We are glad to have PFC Ru- 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, 8 p.m.

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Deer hunting ts a family affair down some Guess I had better
with the J. D. Peyton tame close for now, since there's no
ay. Early Sunday morning Mr. ]more news. So until next week
Peyton; his son Jerry; son-1n- I'll say, "Good-bye and good,
law and daughter Dewitt and J luck'" I
Helen Hersey; and grandson.
Martin Hersey, put their dogs
out in the Theressa area. Helen Airport Issue WINNERS
got three loads of buckshot off
at the big deer and her dad fine :
Inshed him off close by. I
J. D. says the only thing that !Colors Election
kept Helen from getting her
shirt-tall cut off Is the fact that I
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buckshot was found In the carcass
when the deer was dressed 'I
out. It was a ten point buck The flyer-hunter Issue Is 'II
and tipped the scales at 155 clear-cut between Charles Don- .
pounds. ohoe and Everett Fox-who are I
Due to the odd formation of a campaigning vigorously for re
toe on this big buck, an on election I
looker stated that he had stalked Fox has voted consistently I
those .same tracks for weeks, as a minority with Chairman,
J. D. replied. .'Huh, I have Watkins in favor of the hunt : *
been after him for three club lease, while Donchoe, as
years!" chairman of the Alrpnrt Committee f..
as well as the Safety }
This group and other local r
hunters say they have been out Committee, has vigorously opposed I II
smarted more than once by this the lease, backed by a I
particular buck. council majority composed of II
I'm afraid the fishermendidn't himself, Councilmen Cook and I MIKE KING JESSIE LEE
Winans.In r \
want to get their Ice fish' ,
Ing equipment a recent meeting Fox accused
out last
cause not many of 'em went In the Donohoe-Cook-W1a- I 698 Gene Drive p P. O. Box 65
all that cold weather.I ans coalition of getting togetheras I J lk; )_
heard something the other a majority group, prior to I Starke L1-1
day In town that kinda half way regular meetings, to decide how Wo- Keystone Heights
makes sense. An old friend of they would vote on upcoming : f fyq dL
mine Mr. Jaudon told me the Issues. Fox said there was nothing -
fish went South In all that cold i he and Watkins could do ,I
weather. Since there weren't about this, but threatened to i -
many reported till It warmedup take court action if the trio attempted .
a little. I guess that must be to handle letting a cattle : *
true. It any of you fishermen grazing lease in this man- a .r ,
can get ahold of some electric ner. Fox Insisted it should be I J,
"long-Johns" I would imagine advertised for bids and let at a II weSMijJaxr -
you could make a fortune on regular meeting. I
them these days. If you find II
any how about giving me a Donohoe has been a residentof I
ring. I'd like to get In on the Keystone Heights for seven MRS. ROBERT JVIYRICK
years, moving here after his retirement
deal.I as an electrical foreman :
was proud to see the Bradford : with Fisher Body in Euclid, *
Tornadoes come up with 'Ohio. He was appointed to the 612 Epperson Street
that fine 35-0 victory over Or- ange Park. If you'll remember. I told you that I was expecting ;and was reelected for a two- Starke
them to bounce back and beat 3 year term :In December 1966.
them. Who knows. I may turnout Donchoe opposes the Sports
to be another Plambo some 1 men's Club ]lease on grounds
day. Anyway, I'm glad to see t that it Is a safety hazard, insistIng
the Tornadoes do well, after a 3 that "guns and airplanes Nice
bad season last year. don't mix." He maintains that Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To The Above Winners With The

Griffin's Lodge (feast shore 1 the Sportsmen's Club has planted .

Santa because Fe of) reported cold weather.a bad How week areas In too an close effort to to the attract runways Compliments Of The Merchants Listed Below And The Bradford County Telegraph

I ever..they did have some good I game.
reports after It warmed up Councilman: Fox :has lived In
some. Elmer Crosby of Jacksonville t the Keystone Heights area since
caught 42 Specs on 1 1933. and In the city proper foi

Parks Thursday.of Jacksonville Bill and Jackie had a,' :21 maintenance years. He Is supervisor employed! wit a* Davis Grocery & Market Gem Jewelry Carter's Used Cars

real nice day of fishing on FrlI: I the DuPont Company. Prior to i I
day. They fished from 11 till J Joining DuPont In 1948 he was
3 and caught 63 nice Specs. The i with Clay Electric Cooperative I -

fish caught quit 63 in biting at 1, so they 1 for 2Si years. : Kentucky Fried Chicken Edwards Grocery & Meat Market
me that's two hours. Believe Fox Is active :In civic affairs, Badcock Furniture and
some kind of fun 3 having served on the Council for
when those rascals. .start biting one previouterm.. 1055-58. He
like that. Roy Griffin caught IS was chief of the Keystone
Specs 'Friday morning. Roy ;Heights Volunteer Fire Department Appliance Associate Stored
Specs Friday. Roy Griffin and : for four years, has been Hurst's Service Station Denmark Furniture of Starke
(Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pearlman Worshipful Master of the local
grad 80 Specs by 11 a.m. Sunday '""Masonic Lodge three times, an
morning. Randy and Kenneth is currently president of the
Alphin and party caught 47 Keystone
Golf &
Country Club.

Specs 42 and Specs party Saturday.Saturday.Ed of Keystone Charles Flakes caught Grace of with Both M1)'ORaymond Fox and: Donohoe Starnes agree Doyle, The Cleaner Williams Jewelry ,. Eagles, Inc. -- Starke's

\ Silver Lake caught 22 Specs Saturday that operation of the Airport
and 5 should be placed under a -
Sunday morning. separate --
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant authority. Fox said however Tastee-Freez Drive-In Fashion LeaderStan's
who live at the east shore of that he would agree to Terwillegar]1 Motors t
Santa Fe and their guest, Mr. this step only If the Council
Bowens, went out twice during "had the final say."
the week and caught 80 nice Mayor Starnes has deploredthe .
Specs Fred Thieman caught fact that operation of the
some nice ones In the little lake Airport: has become a political Baldwin Chevrolet Inc. ]) L BooteryJohnson's
Sunday morning. issue, and has expressed hope Vdley StarlingGoodman's
ShIpman' Camp (west !shore that putting it under an Author
Santa Fe) also reported a "notso Sty would be beneficial to the .
ihot" week of fishing because area in attracting desirable Industry
:of the weather. Among the to the site. Florida Pest Control ; Farm SupplyEddie's
catches reported from Gainesville About 375 electors are registered Service Station
5 people caught 120 Specs, to vote In the December
and Frank" Jennings caught 7 3 election
Bass ranging to S',4 pounds & Chemical
Five fishermen! from Jacksonville Company 66 Service Station
caught 123 Specs
The hunting seems to be doing INDIAN BEACh Southern MarineThompson's
fine In this area. I heard the
other day that as of Friday the
22nd there had been 133 Deer,, ( Proceeding Page
, Turkey, and Hogs killed in the tp t L. B. (Red) Alvarez Jackson Building Supplyr

|Camp Blandlng area. Boys, now p Mis Robbins: she told us that:
I., ,thats a lot of meat being; shs had killed: a huge Rattlesnake Garage
'brought home. Are you getting j on the highway list week Service' Station
I ..In on any of It t? I'm afraid that i that had 12 rattl J's. It seemsas
I'm not. I
tlnjgh there Is no end to
I My father James has been i the snakes this year.
,doing a little hunting lately p Mr. and: Mrs Ernest Clvltrsse
{while! training his puppy, and| moved In to one of fts: cabIn"at ( Starke Chrysler-Plymouth Inc. The Suwannee StoreTuck's
has killed several birds. He and| Griffin's Lodge: -
A. B. Howard of Starke, and I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Billiard
;BUddy Ellis of Gainesville, wentquail t were in Qjitman, Ga., from
(hunting Saturday and got t Thw'sday to Saturday on busi

their That limit.does It for another week) ness Gib Brown's Service Station Drive-In Billy Moore ..
Sportsmen' I imagine we won't I Sam and Dorothy Butler and -- -
be having a whole lot of fldhlng! ; son, Charles: Henry of Ormond
news till the weather settles i Beach, were Sjr.day guests of