Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03820
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03820
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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BRADFORD COQ (U of n. Library History

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annual Christmas shopping blitz !la on Madison, I 11 On Drainage

expected to begin in the coming week tinue! east over '. J .' ...
and Stark merchants are kicking It oft Cherry Street to

Friday with the Christmas Parade set that street to the

to begin at 4:30: pm. parking lot to County Attorney Theron

Merchants are also preparing the "Tie! route was Yawn U checking into the

heavy shopping by advertising in this one room to have 275 Jobs legal problems stirred.UP

Special Christmas Shoppers'; Edition of all of the parade, by the "no trespasamg"eclict

The Telegraph Santa Claua will visit Parade Committee issued ba: property'owner
Alligator Creek
downtown stores tram Dec. 1624.l'esponse of local < Set ByCadillac which has on halted the coun

Christmas shopping hours in the City Floats wUl be ) ty's rirainapre improvementwork
have been set by the Merchants' Association originality, : on that creek.

from the normal opening) time to 9 and educational as : Investigation! is being

p.m. each night from Dec. 16 through List of entries as made following a request

Dec. 23. Christmas Eve stores will close parade Is: city by the CountCommi: s-
Cadillac Overall Supply Com- ioners at their Wednesday
at 6 riff's Car, American
pm.About pany plans to employ 275 persona morning meeting
30 vehicles are expected to take the Chamber of within three months, topping by
part in the parade. A total of $100 In Christmas music, about 75 employes the peak of j, M.\ Edwards. Si1., who has

prizes will be awarded by Mayor Carl float, Florida Big Dad, former owner of the consistently maintained that the
county starts its drainage improvement -
Hurst in front of the Chamber of Com marching Girl plant.
Workers for the first sewing work "at the wrong
merce office at Call and Walnut Streets Leila's Dress Shop line, on which pants will te made, 'end" served the County Commlsslcners -
immediately following the parade Judges rolet, Carp's car, will be hired beginning Dec. 16, last week with written .

,will be the Starke City Council members; car Lion's Club. pre- Ing will be automatically heat. according to Fred Levine president I notice not to trespass "in

float winners will be announced as the Bradford High Is ex ed and cooled and will featurea of Fred B. LeVine Associates i any form whatsoever" on hispropetey

parade proceeds past the Chamber of BHS Marching : ap night desposltory, drive-In a management consultant 1 east of Rowell Lake
fice. Church float, BHS The window, and a time and tern- firm. Edwards said!: "I find no record '
I ority float 'perature sign. Levine who is In Starke making of your having: any deedor
Santa Claus build-
be a big part of tha
preparations for the re-open- < easement across this property .
parade as he rides a fire engine with Methodist Church big said that about ISO will be I ," and added that at
plenty of candy and baloons for the chil High School float employed to work on the pants such time as you do somethingfor
dren School float, :Miss:\ line Then I In February, the relief to Rowell Lake Area

"This promises to be the biggest and den Club float company plans to crank up the I will.. give you any amount of

best Christmas Parade ever in Starke," Church: float, ; shirt 125 line and hire an additional right of way you want."

says Merchants Association Chairman Calvary Baptist LevIne persons said that the first Commissioner! Jerome Johns
Roy man's Club float Building asked the County Attorney if
Burham ,
sons employed will be those who
; the county might not have legal
The parade will assemble near the of Starke float, had worked on pants before Big
to the view
access creek in of
Bradford ( ) Dad closed the plant and who Indicated -
High fcstball field at 3:43: p.m. the fact that the county has
arc: get under way by 4:30.: It will travel playing Christmas the labor their desire which to Cadillac work In 1 maintained the creek in the
siuth on Orange Street to Madison, east fire engine conducted past.Johns

Church ; Persons who did not file applications commented that the
during the labor survey\ county does have legal access
I Meet Santa Here but are Interested in working at t to roads which: the county has
the Cadillac plant should go to maintained and wondered if the
( new ford County. the plant on Brownlee and apply same might apply to Alligator
) for
This decision was made Levine said.Generally. Creek Yawn agreed to Investigate -
1; from possible by a letter from the
when speaking, few the matter and report;
State Department granting per changes are planned in the oper- back to the Commissioners!
VISTA mission to "raze building C"and> atlon of the
plant, the consultant City Counclman Nell) Tucker
{ ; ( ) the
to agriculture build-I said and added that it was a good and'OJca'l' Davis, head of thecity's
ings and to develop a site planfor
operation before so changes
utilities department, were
full site utilization Maneyrrom would not be necessary. at the meeting to: discuss the
( ) SBE bonds can be used only "We will be employing all of relocation of utilities on SR-18
for capital outlay and can be used
New only on projected approved by the help the latest the women training reach techniques their quota to between U3-301 and the city
CUBB State. limits Utilities will have to
and also to Install lot
we plan a
be relocated because the State
The letter followed a surveyorBHS of the latest equipment to assist
by a specialist in school the he commented. Road Department plans to wid
u women en and resurface that I stretch of
>A surveys on Nov. 26. ;
For the first time in the United< While little training will be 10.
r Preliminary plans for the new needed for the pants line, LevIne
VISTA volunteer Ing
States a poverty ed older.,0 structure have been drawn by said extensive training will be Estimated cost of the relocation
worker has been named
Architect Don $61.000. The officials .
Morgan as re- wu city
for those who work
admlnstratlve head of a Cum live work : : ; quested by the School Board last' necessary the shirt line. The company plans on said that the city does

munlty Action Program. ( Spring. According to Superintendent to work closely with Vo-Tech not have enough money avail-
Ronald Sue 25yearoldNew for
Tom Casey the new structure Center.
Jersey attorney assigned hereas J will contain an estimated (Continued on Page Thirteen)
a VISTA volunteer NOV. I, in ; 30,000 to 43,000 square feet. _________ ____-
was\ named director Monday Estimates of cost range from
nlKht of the four-county CUBB uate Morgan's $700,000 to Casey's
Economic Agency. Sage replaces .\\' $500,000. Lawyers' SuspicionsLead ,
W P, Hsney of Green Cove Spr and Financing consumed most of
ings who Is resigning after the Board's discussion. Casey
holding the CUBB directorship : hopes to be able to obtain
lor the past two years. $150,000 from the sale of the
Sage will\ hold t the directorship ; SBE Bonds. The Board also To Two ArrestsWhat
for the coming year without In asked George Pierce board attorney -
"salary. His position with VISTA to investigate the possibility -
prohibits him receiving remuneration of of selling certificates In happens when 0 person south, a juvenile aged 16, and
other than $48 per month Sa Indebtedness pledging motor ve- sees something; that mkes him placed both in his patrol car.
the CUBB Board has already Ronald Sage dent 1 hicle license revenue. If this Is suspicious for reasons that only But the second male Identifiedas
approved for him and another done, Casey estimates the board he knows? Harold Silvester Bell 18.
VISTA volunteer under that pro. Mrs Sally B, Nelson, who has find will receive about $300,000. What happened Monday, Dec, broke and ran.
gram 25 years experience in bookeeping rope Casey stressed that these 2, was that two men were arrested 'A midmorningmanhunt by
Sage is also uniquely qualified was scheduled to begin figures are estimates and pointed here for stealing a car the Sheriffs Department and
for the past In that he is Tuesday morning She replaces out that the actual figures and a tape recorder from Stanton City Police began in the Alligator .
one of only 40 person in the Mrs Grace B. Searle of Theres- will be determined by the State Ford Motors In Hastings Creek area where the
country who has been specifically ea who has resigned Department of Education when :Fla. It aU happened like this: youth ran.Meanwhile,
trained to run a Community Mrs. Nelson was employed for it determines the maximum a- Attorney Bill Sullivan of Tho \ City Clerk Merrill
Action Agency such as CUBB. "at least temporarily" since : for mount Bradford of bonds County which can be sold mas and Pierce was In the Edwards< had: been listening to

The young attorney who plansto the CUBB agency needs a ( ) Here Is the way the SBE bond county clerk's office Monday the messages passed back andforth
seek admission to the Flcrlda bookeeper urgently Three other an the '.. business works: Each school district looking out the window. What on the radio: in his office.
Bar, was named director of CU. applicants were passed: in favorof of receives $400 he saw was a 1969 Ford Mustang He got on his radio suddenly andrepol.te
BB after receiving: 13 of 22 votes Mrs. Nelson because of alack of teaching unit from motor per year vehicle per car with two young Negro <1 that a Negro man ot
cast Monday night. Also nominated of experience In bookkeeping davs revenue. Bradford County has 200 men sitting in the parked vehicle the description being br ad.
*were Capt. Robert Lacyof teaching units and receives : On the way back to his cast was j just then .walking past
Lake Butler, a farmer captain Dir. Heney, who will remain ? $80,000 a year. office across .Temple ,Ave Sullivan City Hall.
in t the U.S. Army, and 23- for five or six .weeks to acquaint the The State maintains control of walked past the car and Bell reportedly) ran southdown
year-old Tom Titus, eight year Sage with the CUBBoper'atlon and three-fourths of the money and saw in It the expensive looking Walnut Street and reportedly
Starke resident and a University also had two Import. uses it to pay off the 20-year tape player. knocked down Mrs. Carolyn .
of Florid journalism graduatenow ant announcements for the 23 meal SBE Bonds which It has sold for Becoming suspicious at the Redgraves employee of
employed by a radio and CUBB board members Monday tion the county. appearance of the car the two the Charley E. Johns insurance
TV station In Charleston S. C. night in the Bradford courtroom Bradford County has four SBE young men, Sullivan copied the Agency, as he ran down the
The CUBB also employed a : bond Issues which are outstandIng license tag number down and ,street.
new bookkeeper Monday night. CUBB has been funded es o.i; / : one sold in 1954 worth mentioned the matter to his
$110,000 operating funds for the levels $325,000; two In 1961 worth a partner Attorney George
Officers caught with Bell
current fiscal year. Fundingwas total of $123,000; and one in 1967 Ple'rce. up
en at the :Food Fair parking lot oa
delayed for some time worth $175,000. From the last A few minutes later Pierce
Sale while CUED bond issue used mainly for the and South Walnut where the youth
re-dlatrlbuted use courthouse
to the
Rummage ual : !: had to g:> dodged In and out between park
construction of the Middle School.abofj't
of the funds to conform with ed to while there, gave the numberto ed cars and leaped a 12-foot
Saturday, 9 a.m. the desires of the regional office $50,000 remains. the Sheriff office with an .
the fence on the store property be
Now of the $80,000 the County
Behind City Fish in Atlanta of the Office of areas. the off-hand suggestion that It be
Economic Opportunity.Also receives directly $20,000. In the fore he was apprehend :H&
And Meat: MarketOn one past this has been used In a.variety "checked out. "was jumped at the Food Fair
funded anew Is the Sheriff Dolph
Chief Deputy
Orbs of However the last 1 lot by City Patrolmen Willie
E. Brown Lee St. 1969 summer Head Start program ways. Reddish called the local Florida
Sponsored By for the four counties, a l session of the legislature opened Highway Patrol station but
a new avenue and the Florida Searcy and Bill Chambers.
$97.000 project Baker an4.Un ,was told the automobile bad
Jr Woman's Club for Supreme Court has recently ap- Bell and the '18-year-Juvenile
:, ion Counties do not partl.patein not been reported *tlen.J3iuA
help : proved this to
method according
the Head Start program.how few minutes later the FliP mere\ returned to St. Johns
Casey. Using this method the
County that same day. The two
ever, so the CUBB board voted called back and said the
This Space Contributed to distribute the Head Start on : Bradford School Board could sell station Had come were.. also found to be ,wanted
Ing. certificates of Indebtedness and tag
Weekly to Publicize funds equally between Bradfordand in Duval and St. Johns oa
the wire.
use the $20,000 to pay them off. over
Community Events by stolen car charges.
Clay. This is what the School Board Reddish immediately: begin
The CommunityState Heney kept the CUBB staff the $ : $!,- asked Its attorney to investigate.The to cruise In search of the Mustang
in operation during the period the recent letter concerningthe He met it oa Brownlee ,The girl in the car was' released *
Bank for which the project was not for a ; the spot survey of the high schoolis ;Street in Reno. When the car Deputy Reddish Mid
Accounts Now InsuredUp funded by obtaining a $3,000 In now an official amendment to pulled in the Jackson's Minute She is a Starke resident and a
to 115,000 by bank loan to pay salaries tion the "Survey of School Plant and (Market on Brownlee Deputy friend of one of the boys.
Sage and Heney gave the CU. Such Transportation, Bradford Coun- Reddish stopped the two young It just shows what can happen
F. 1>. L C. BB a complete rundown of said ty" made by the State In October: men who bad in the meantime when: someone becomes routinely -
Sage's experience in working .. of 1965. At that time the state .acquired a female passenger. suspicious and lawmen
with proverty agencies. Accord- grow The deputy arrested all three make a routine check of license
.(Cgntlnued On Page Thirteen. ) L.conttnued On PaP fhtrten then, searched the girl and one number, Deputy Reddish says.,


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- Of i Southside PTA VFW Membership Dinner. PlannedPlans I WatchBand

,Enjoys OperettaAn a -
WOMENi for a membership din In December due to the many Bryan advised members that lie Calendar
- operetta. Toe King's ner were made by Commander Activities during the Cla'1stala4110Uday. would arrange an interesting
Christmas Party." was presented Julian McRae at the local VFW .. program I t* MONTHSIMOMLY
by the third fourth and fifth Post meeting Tuesday night A review of the Post activitiesfor dinner Whichwouldinclude
; grades at the Southslde Elemen- Nov.' 27.Tentative. tIe :year was given by Commander each member and his wile -a' The $1.11II
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608** tary PTA meeting Tuesday plans arc for the McRae. and donation !was appointed I
night la the cafeteria. The post to have a dinner for all was voted for the National Dolph of the Community TELEGRAPHWilliams
operetta was minder the direct current members and their> VFW children's home. cfcalrman t.
WSCS Honors Beta Sigma Ph Garden Club SeesDemonstration tion of Mrs. Debbie Staffordand wives In January, rather thantCceIP Program Chairman R a 1 p h_ Activities: program for the post

New Members Enjoys Program music by Mrs. Carolyn .et:
,, Canova tCL' tC 1
At Coffee ,., ,:'::: I h ;<.Ori/Ceramics Of Xmas DecorA Don Neel president presidedover J

The Methodist wits'honored;'!(t embers of Beta Sigma Phi the short business: meeting.
Sorority'visited! the home and Christmas workshop conducted
new mEmbers at coffee
ceramics: workshop cf Mrs. Mildred by Mrs. A. Russell Norman r /
; morning following:> the general Baptist Y.W.A. y
Fancher Monday, Nov. 15. assisted by Mrs. R. F.
meeting.The Many of Mrs. Fancher's ceramics Young. Mrs. L. V. Hardln and Sets LuncheonA ...
)party was held In Fellow were on display, including Mrs. L. L. Fullwood, was held
chip Hall which was gayly decorated several prize-winning pieces. at the Starke Garden Club covered dish luncheon and ,
in the holiday mstif.:t The She explained the process of meeting Tuesday night of last meeting of the Y.W.A. of the c rrc ,
coffee table iras covered witha Aiaklns ceramics and painting week at the home of Mrs. K. D. First Baptist Church Is set Sunday t c
colorful Chrl&tnm: : cloth and techniques. Conner in Green Acres. Dec. 8, at noon In the Piumundlr
Following the program, members I
centered with a silver and red Mrs Norman demonstrated recreation haIL
r Christinas arrangement. Mrs. returned to the horns of the wiring and taping of All members and prospective
Charles sawyer, pre.:IcI'nt, pre. Mrs Curtis Marlowe for the regular material to be used In dec. tnembers are urged to attend.
sided at the silver coffee ser business meeting. orations for the home. She Members having Mission
The sorority will hold its annual owed table arrangements Study books are requested to
viceThe Cir.stmas: Social Monday: to be Led In the Fall aswell bring them to the meeUni.PERSONALS. RI
r.ew\ members Mrs.: S1! I. Dec, 9, at 8 p.m. at the homeof 71 i
lie Gene, :Mrs Bill Burgess Mrs Robert Barksdale, 633W. ad arrangements! for the
Mrs. John Miller Mrs John Madison St. season.
Davenport and Mrs Albert Lee Mrs Betty Register will serveas The Club accepted an Invitation m -
Crosby were presented with co-hestess. to judge the Christ f GIFT
Christmas! corsages Corsageswere Christmas gifts wll} be exchanged mas home decorating con- Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton
aJ], Mrs D. T. Parabee. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mullte.
MIs. Robert Green, chairman, A list of rules were drawnup Mrs. Charles Hardy and children t
was assisted: In serving by Mrs. Junior CluK for the Starke home-decorating were visiting her mother, &eoe/
T. T. Long: !!. Mrs. L. D. Vining contest to be spon- (Mrs. O. E. Cauley. in Palatkaon
Offers You More
and Mrs: Titus Ohs:n. Hears DeputyChief /isrted by the Chamber of Thanksgiving day. -

Commerce. Mr. and Mrs Mark Herlong More Quality More Savrngs: More Service -
Deputy Dolph Reddish Members were -urged to fin. end family of Jacksonville were
answered questions on juvenile ish dish gardens before the Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and
301 delinquency at the Junior December meeting.A Mrs; W. F. Herlong.Mr. 'IAMOND'1 SOLITAIRE SALE! -
Woman's Club! meeting Monday new member, Mrs-' and Mrs. Brad Locke and
:night. Deputy C. K. Fuquay James Peterson. was welcomed sons of Tampa were visiting
DRIVE-IN assisted in the Question and answer into the club.Woman's Mrs. Shellie Gerlie over the CARATS REGULARPRICE SALE
period. weekend. PRICE

Plans for Christmas Irvan Ccnington and children
SHOW BEGINS 1.16---- -- -- -- -- -- 800.00 -
two Sunland cottages were [ 'Club Sets of Gainesville spent the ;weekend $
AT 7 :Oft() P. :M.ADMISSION discussed. Mrs. J. C. Dukes Is with his parents; Dr. and Mrs. ,
1.85 -- -- -- --
J : In charge of the project. Christmas TeaThe A. Y. Covlngton. 1,795.00'1,000.00

Adults 75c: Students ttflc ..
-- -- 1295.00- -- -- -- 650.00
Mrs. Marc Jackson was Staike Woman's Club will
Children Under 12 Free appointed -
chairman of a commit. Christmas tea -
have annual t
Its .70--
or electric. For sale o*' -- Om 490.00 -- -- -- 290.00
tee to
build a float for the on Wednesday,, Dec. 11, at 3:30:
FRI. SA T.SUN. Christmas rent. Add. subtract credit bal- ..
parade to be 1.01--
held P. m. ance.Bradford County Tele- -- -- U U -- 1,500.00 -- -- -- 800.00 -
DEC. 6, 7, 8 Dec. 6.
Standing in the receiving line fraph. .. .
1.71 -- -- -- -- -- 650.00 ,
1,250.00 ,
DOUBLE FEATURE] Refreshments were served by, will be the new members who ,
PROGRAM Mrs Wayne Whiffen Mrs. J. P. will be introduced and among 1.01 u -- -- '- -- -- 695.00325.00
the guests will be members of
---- -- ----- and
Prevatt Mrs. Wallace Wise. the Junior Woman's Club and SERVICE SCHEDULE: .80 -- -- -. -- -- -- -- 550.00 .. -- .- -- 310.00 -- i4 .
Little Women's Club. '
THEGHEEN CATHOLIC CHURCHES .63 -- -- -- u -- -- 395,00 -- -- -- -- 290.00 = --
Mrs. H. H. Adams, chairmanwill '
BERETS have assisting her: Mrs, ST. EDWARD'S. Starke: .50-- -- u .. -. .
-- -- 495.00 -- 300.00MEN'S
1 ,Sunday!; Mass: 9:15: ; a. m.
E. L. Matthews, Mrs. T. C,,
r ;R. t Thursday Macs: 6:30 p. m.
D1I DboGIJ1 Hazen Jr., Mrs. Charles Sch-- :Miraculous :Medal Novena,
mitt Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, Mrs.
Foster Shl Smith Mrs T. H. Saturday 7 p. m. DIAMOND CLUSTER
Confessions. 5 p. m.. 7 p. m. FREEENGRAVING
rccc. I hULBY Slade Mrs. Charley Johns, Mrs. ST. WILLIAM'S.: I
r T. J. Howell Mrs. H. M. Hat- Keystone IIlghts: I REG. PRICE Sale Price
., cher, Mrs. S. L. Peek ST., Mrs.J Sunday :Mass 9 a, m.
r1 F. Mitchell Mrs. P. O. Fe. \\'ednesdav18'ls: : and Novena 14 .90 Carat -- -- $ 300.00 -- '- -- $ 160.00
NANCY'S FLOWERS los, Mrs Robert Green Mrs F. V P. m. On Purchases
ST.IR"S: : \ i 1.00 Carat h 800.00 -- -- --
Mrs.. Macclenny 450.00
DAVID W. Strickland W. S. Haas : I
_ -1 WAYNE JANSBENntwmor Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs J. W. Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. 2.52 Carat Made In Our
TilE BEST WAY"TO -- -- 1,300.00650.00

Humor rAOae/anaar.raun W SAY IT Miss Xlncaid Martha, Mrs.Sue Mildred McCain Cuttino Mrs.t ., .57 Carat 400.00 260.00 Store!

A flower says something ThaIs H. 0. Bollinger Mrs..Paul Raymond THE BRADFORD .
-PLUS- why throughout the world 1:]1 and Mrs. L. G. Powell. COUNTY TELEGRAPH

any- language-- \ "you will hear th expression "Saj at 138
y: Ralph Dlggs Mrs. Preston W. Call St.,
_ ; It with flowers. Starke. Fla. 32091
Studstill and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton -
;; 1,,! Asfar back !ii:I were voted Into the club Second class : EVER OFFEREDACCRUTON

I I p j can history probe as- w w e I I at the November meeting. at Starke postage, Fla. paid ,,lelu -_---- ,. ..

\Q\\I\\'I\ \ \\r>.I'\t.1\1\ ; I 'find that different Subscription Rates: f % l
"' .. f''' flowers hat =a a ,.,' v ZEDIAC I =
:f'A1.eS l..) ,. ::1"/." certain meaning J Hospital Auxiliary In year trade; $2.25 area: six: $4.00 months.per BULOVA From WALTHAM

Love, happiness,, The Bradford County Ho* = JUBILE
d/ $10.95
Sfn&I. t sympathy or sadness pital staff and employees will Outride trade area: $4.50 MANY
: of flowers have a certain wa,f be honored at a coffee Friday, per year; $2.50 fix months fl//I 4.IiAMILTON. Up MANY OTHERS
.s conveying your message. Dec. 13, from 8 a. m. to 3:30i : 11:. X : LONGINE TO CHOOSE A Vtj
10v Tell someone love editor and -
le Set you the
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the with publisher s WHITTNUER
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To. Luncheon GivenIn Mrs. Anderson Birthday Dinner
Of Interest JacksonvilleFor Weds Mr. Barron .. For Mrs. ParrishMrs.

Miss Bated Mrs. Alice Anderson and Mamie Parrteh1 was
WOMEN honored on her 70th birthday
James Barron were united in -
Barbara. Bates
Miss anniversary Sunday when hersoninlaw
marriage Saturday Nov 30, in
Mr and (Mrs. James O. John-
elect of Dec. 28, was honored at First Methodist Church :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thomas of and daughter Mr.
the with eon. Keystone Heights a daughter
; a luncheon Saturday. Nov Arlington> Texas Announce the and Mrs, Roy demons gave a
t Chuiv- .:-Moolvi----. --.-.. ---..'.&-011I given by her sister Mrs. JamesE. Rev. D. T Farabee Jr. officiating birth of a son, James Leon Lisa Dianne, !Nov. 27. family birthday dinner.
Hodge of Jacksonville at the ,Thomas Jr., on Dec. .1. Paternal Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Edward Among the 30 attending were
The couple repeated In
vows Starke, daughter,
Mastowskl a
I I Commodore Room of the grandparent are !Mr and Mrs. Parrlsh'8 three sons Ed,
Dinner Given the presence of the Immediate Monica Lynn Nov. 29.Mr. .
Florida Yacht Club in Jack- of Starke.
Mrs Russell Thomas Eston Junior and Pete and theirfamilies
families: Mr. and Mrs. R. V. !( and Mrs.Leo Ross TedderJr.
For sonville.A from Jacksonville. Mr.
Turner and four children of .
: Starke a son Leo Ross
yellow and white theme Bradford County Hospital announces and Mrs. Clarence Bustin and
Raiford :Mr and Mrs. Polo
Party ; Tedder III, Dec. 1.
.1 was achieved in the decorations. the following births: Mr. and Mrs. M. J, Barnett ofJasper.
Lacayo and Mr. and Mrs. J. Claude
.1j marked the Mr.! and Mrs.
Bridal place Gerald Jerome
Mr. and 'Mrs.
Mrs. L. A. Canova Sr. was Mac Barron III and
son Shane. ttloltzendorf Jr.,Starke a daugh
and cen-
seating Johns. Gainesville a daughter
hostess at a dinner party of Tallahassee.
Dec. 2.
tering the ,table was a fall !Patricia Ann. Nov. 28. ter. ADD MACHINE ROLLS,
rhursday :night of last weekit A reception was held in thecouple's Mr. and :Mrs. William Augus-
arrangement of bronze and Mr. and iMrs. Fred J. Dyer. File Folders, complete line of-
the Holiday Inn honoring mobile home on Laura. tus *
miniature Beckham Hawthorne a eon flee
yellow chrysanthemums Lake Butler a daughter Carol allpplfn.The Telegraph
her David, and his fluicee. -
eon Street. William Dirk Dec. 3.
fallcoloredleaves !ft
Miss Dee Walters before pompoms Denise. Nov. 27.
and plumosus fern.
the couples wedding; re- ,
the thirty
Include among
learsal.An .
guests were the mother of tne

attractive green, gold honoree Mrs. H Ogden Bates I
j and white color motif was III. her grandmother. !Mrs.. H.
carried out in the table dec Ogden Bates Jr. of St. Peters ,
orations. The U-shaped table burg' Mr*. Donna Carroll a. \ rru&88ltf

I was covered with a green former Florida State sorority \
I and gold banquet cloth and sister of the honoree from Dallas -
the center table was centered Texas Mlsa Jane Ingram of -
I"I"r with an arrangement of Gainesville, Mrs. Leon Shiner
yellow and white mums. At and Mrs. James McLendon of l''

i each+ end of the center table St. Augustine, and former class-
., \ were triple brass candleholders mates from Starke and Florida i *

L entwined with Ivy State University. l' ?i
: and hung with bunches of Miss Bates was presented
?pf green grapes. On the aide with a corsage of yellow carnations
tables brass candle holders : and a silver compote j
Y with miniature white candles from her sister as a mementoof
were used. the occasion. Mrs. Bates m
and Mrs. Bates Jr. also re J
At each place setting were ceived white carnation cor-
decorated nut baskets of eases. }
bamboo, and candy holders

decorated with 'replicas of a, :.
brlcsmalds bouquets made byMrs. Parties Given For a

L. A. Canova, Jr., and
place cards with gold ribbon Miss Register,

Carol Ann Farr Weds Glen McElroyIn wedding rings. BrideelectMiss '."' GIRLS

Pine Level Baptist Ceremony The 48 guests Included the Betty Ann Register PRE- ALLWEATHERCOATS
honored couple their im bride-elect of Dec. 27, has 'been .. CHRISTMASREDUCTIONS
the honored at two parties recent .
The Pine Level Baptist in-law of the bride was mediate families
Church was the setting for bridal as formal of the wedding party and out ly.
the marriage of Miss Carol was attired in of-town guests: Mr. and Mrs. A miscellaneous shower was /C
Ann Farr daughter of Mr. length gown of cranberry C. W. Walters of Dublin da. given for Miss Register recently \ LINED AND UNLINED
and Mrs. Alvin Farr of velvet. The fitted empire Dr and Mrs. O. B. KIll gcr. by Misses Candy Wood- .. I ON NAME BRAND
Starke. to Harry Glen Mc- bodice featured a scoop Mr. and Mrs. Terry Walters, burn and Barbara Johnson> The SIZES 6T014

Elrov, son of Mr. and Mrs.H. neckline and elbow length and Hiss Clara Lehoczsky of party was held In the Alpha +\ SPORTSWEAR
11. McElroy of New- sleeves. The back had a Gainesville! ; Mr and Mrs. Hall dormitory' at St. Johns J $1100 TO $1898
with a Otto of St. Petersburg .
berry, on Saturday. Nov. square neckline James River Junior College. Games
23. at 8 p.m. Dr. E. R. cranberry satin star sun. "13. O. C. Alderman and and refreshments were enjoyedby I WHOLE GROUP
Rowers performed the nup burst on top of a satin pa Mrs. Ralph Carey of Bait! the former' classmates of 3 s
the floor. Md. Mra. Cora Mar- 4
tials. nel flowing to more. ; the honoree '
Decorating the altar She carried a cascade of shburn of Keystone Heights: 1 I 1/3 OFF GIRLS
two pedestal basketsof red roses feathered carna. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brummett Mrs. Sarah Hunter and Mrs. J
were gladioli tions and ivy. Ma.1d Mrs. L A. Canova Gilbert Goldwire gave a tea
and white mums against aiackground :Mary Louise Watterson Jr. and children, Steve, Judy Saturday afternoon from threeto Orion Sweaters
pompoms of A served; as flower gl'rland\ Lunn and Tom. and ::Mls.tDoll four-thirty for Miss Register PERSONALIZE YOUR
\ greenery.
arch swirled candleholders Ricky Alvarez was: ring :,' DJ:,gham of Jacksonville at the Goldwire home on Mimosa + GIFT WITH EAGLE'S EX- s
bronze I .
and candle trees bearer. : Lvnwood Walters of DrlTe. CLUSIVE Monogramming $498
The bride given in marriage Enfield, N. C.: and Gdwge: j
held white burning tapers.Decorating Seasonal flowers were used In' j .
by her father worea Patten and daughter, Lisa,, 1
the arch were soie the party rooms. The tea table ,
of peau de and Surge Searing of Tallahassee.
large white mums roses gown A-line skimmer was covel'ed1th a white cutwork _
and greenery. In each win- featuring\\ith an empire bodice cloth and centered with 1 lleiler.\te\: fJ

dew was one white candle The low -- --- :an arrangement of vllow and '
against a background of and scooped long neckline sleeves. was enriched shaped rhinestone neck. white "(ih.ry anthemums. M'j s. I: ,

magnolia boughs.provided by with luxurious re- lace, a gift of the froom."A Hunter presided the punch Vl i'
Mrs., Vernie Thornton pianist embroidered Alencon lace and reception 'was held Ii bowl, AFTER FIVE &
and Mrs. Vernon jewelled with sequins' the church educationa l Greeting guests at the door V

Crosby soloist. rhinestones which repeated full chapel building. :Mrs. Fred L were (Mrs Goldwire, Mrs RegIster J
Randy McElroy attendedhis itself again on the of Watterson greeted guests: and her mother Mrs. Betty jl
best train. Her pouf the door and standing
brother The ushers were Wayne silk illusion fell :from a in the receiving line wert The honoree was presentedwith WRpPPINO
Farr. brother of the bride tailored bow with one Mrs. Farr Mr. and Mrs, the vegetable dish to her
Larry McElroy. brother of ward Alencon lace applique.She of McElroy the bride and chosen! china pattern from her
the groom. Ceil Quates carried a bouquet and and bridal'''attendant. hostesses as memento of the
brother-in-law of the gro. feathered carnations Green fern balls cranberry '. occasion.
om and Herbert :Marlow ivy centered: with 1 two velvet hearts palms"

Jr., cousin of the bride. white orchids. Her only. and large baskets of flowers .: hall. The J Ju
heart- the reception Dresses
Mrs.\ \Vavne Farr. sister. ornament was a II l were used in decorating, bride's table was covered in JH Party

t.fe- -U!rte with
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l scallops across the sides J FROM
f and front over a full ath.. I \
That Man's : ered skirt. Cranberry velI LJft.\ $1200 TO $3500LARGE'

vet hearts were used in \
i each scallop with ribbonsof 4
white and cranberry vel- J f' SPORT SHIRTS
Almost vet joining each heart. In >
the center of the fable 4
ja were double hearts with ?: x Jewelry Boxes ; : j' SOLIDS PLAIDS
j g long cranberry and white J I \\
with wedding i \ STRIPES
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Here Agalnlj! bells and fern extending to i $398
the floor. Silver candle holders J
j were used on each side 4. r tCtci From $399I

j 4 of the three-tiered cake t I \
j bride and .
groom. Cranberry J '
WL II j S hearts and streamers 1aiul y

r greenery: decorated:: the ,
j holders. J 8 tS
j } The bride's book table J *. CUDDLEFLUFP

j was covered with a white }t *. NYLON PEIGNOIR SETS LONDON FOG JACKETS
organdy cloth over satin i fJ(
j I candleholder J
held a burning i I LADIES n'
iM t 7 J white candle. Behind the \

Jj j table was a background of WOOL SKIRTS COATS
magnolia leaves with la
large white heart centered ]

.a J with cranberry roses and j. $500 FREE Monogramming
JJ streamers. Mrs. Ceil Qua- ; 1
Jj J of the 1
4 tes. sister groom ..
j I kept the bride's book. .
j Presiding at the punch t -
y table were Mrs. Don Tilly J
j and Mrs. Bill Wiggins. Around 3
I the punch bowl was 1a 1
HURRY HURRY IT'S garland fern which ex- < HER MAJESTY
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$ Little Women's Club mas formal which will beheld The Candy Stripers and Mrs.L. .
/'BB l6 ,!l.OfU will meet Monday. Dec. 9, at Monday, Dec. 23. K. Whitehead sponsor' wish
7:30: p. m. in the club house. Hostesses for !the evening; to thank all those: who contributed
Members are reminded to to their recent of
will be Melody Cuttino
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly Mr. and :Mrs. Mike fiistrual: Debbie Lanier of Golden Hills dress casually as the evening Peek and Ellen mailing Christmas, for
&UM '" will be devoted to making the local boys In Vietnam.
of Eagle Lake, were visiting Mrs. of Starkville Mlas. spent Academy Ocala, spent the Bloodwoxtb.
Nelson Green and family from long weekend: with her parents weekend with her mother Mrs decorations for the Chrjsfc

Wednesday to Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scogglns. ILoyreo Lanier. : ...2c.-. --- -
:Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. J. :W. Ainsle* Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Eberle, (to C "JC JJ C)]) ----=--
of Jacksonville were Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Jewett Sims., eon Robbie,and daughter Ruth, 'l .
visitors' of Mr. and Mrs. arM of Madison, Ga. were last Friday spent the weekend at Blue !Field :.
visitors of Mr, and Mrs... ..
!hNig' ins. OUT
and Foster Shi Smith. Misses Marilyn BoUInger of FOR EATING
Mr. and !Mrs, Jake Sapp \ II1t <
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Mr. and Mrs. Rabble Shaller Mr. and Mrs, Virgil (Morrison Sanford University Birming: milt a
were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and son of Leeeburg were weekend ham. Ala., Martha Bellinger! of Look
and Mns.! Billy Tilley. visitors of Mr. and Mrs, William Carey College and Mary The New Shirley

Mrs. Nancy Gunter was vKlting '. Henry Morrison.Mr. Bellinger of HattleSburg. Miss Dimpled child.star of the 30's. The "Shirley look" created by
her son and daughter-in-law. and Mrs. E. G. Pats and were borne for the weekend Shirley Temple set the trend leading New York hairstylist.
Mr. and Edgar Gunter: in Jb-au family were In New Port Rlchey The H.G Bellingers also had as for curia curls curls. The Michel Kazan who suggests The
Gallic]: over the weekend. over the weekend visiting Mr. Thanksgiving guests Mr. and look Is being revived for'sda professional body perm to
Mrs. Thelma DeVine of Zep- and Mrs. Ole Lauritsen. !Mrs. Milton !HartaeU of Daytona, for little girls AND their assure these curls keep their
hryhills was the Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland BeaCh. mothers. bounce. Whole, Family!
guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'N.: l>. were visiting their son-in-law Mr. and Mr. John Greene -
Woodburn. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and son visited Mrs. Greene'sparents Mr. and Mrs. James Cash Mrs.Mary Linderman >of Ocala
Local admittances to Bradford Dwight M.arshaUand family :in Mr. end Mrs. H. L. and children of Orlando wereThanksgiving f Is visiting her eon-in-law and to
County Hospital this week include Apalachicola over the long week- Chancey in MontlceUo from guests of her parents daughter 'Mr. and Mrs. M. I>,. Dad treat Mom and the Kids

: Mrs. Katherine McGlave, end.Mrs. Wednesday to Sunday. : Sen. and /Mrs. Charley Proctor, for several days. Dinner out with plenty of Good \ i ,,,
Mra. Irene Scihreiner. Mrs. Sue J. A. Budd Jr. and children Johns. Rev. and (Mrs. Frank Smith
Seymour and Thomas Tyler Jr. of Jacksonville; were visiting DIAMOND CLOSE-OUT Mr. and Mrs Dennis Williams and family of Miami and Rev Food Family Fun. Our Menu is
of Keystone Heights: Joseph Mrs. W. E. Middleton on Sale at Bullington's and children of !Largo ,were visiting and Mrs. Ray Harrison of Bran. Menus for Children. Enjoy our Pleas-
O'Hern Jr. of Lake Butler; Mrs. Saturday. Savings up to 50%, her parents. Mr. and :Mrs. don were Friday visitors of Rev. Bet to suit every taste with Special !
Mattle Sowell of Brooker; and Misses Beverly McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barbs- W. H. Graham, over the ;week. and Mrs. D. T. Farabee Jr. and warm Friendly Service We'll do the Dishes
Herbert McLeod Mrs. Viola C. Ellen Stevens of FSU spent the Thanksgiving ts Dr. and 'Mrs. Barney McRaeJr. ant.Atmosphere,
Johnson Mrs. Gussie Durden, weekend with Mr and Mrs. R. dale and had Mrs.as Richard C. Will- end.Mrs.. C. D. Williams has returned and family of Lake City
John W. Mode. Mm. Mary M. M. McRae. Mr. New Port home after several weeks were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mc Buffet
lams and family of Delicious
Phillips, Bernie Akridge, Theodore Miss Winifred Cottle and David Mr. and Mrs. J. W. in the Bradford County Hospitaland Rae, Sr. on Sunday.Mr. Try Our
Young and Leonard T. Cottle of Woodbine, Ga. Home Richey and Billy Home of Hampton Starke Nursing Home. and weekend guests at Mr. !and Haddock was visiting family were Thanksgiving
Johns, all of Staike.: were Ronnie Knight of the U. S. Mrs. C. S.
Miss Dell Moiedock of U.of F. Mrs. Leonard Moore. Mr. C. O. her sister Mrs. E. J. !Baker, guests of Mrs. C. C. Teston In
and :
-and John Adams of Avon Park Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin Barksdale Coast Guard of Hampton Lake. and mother, Mrs. Stella. Griffin. Kingsland. Ga.DIAMOND LUNCH TWO HOT ENTREES BUFFET
Thanksgiving guests of Bolt of> Gainesville fcrmerly of In Jacksonville over the (week
were Sgt. Janies P. O'Brien of Eg- CLOSE-OUT BUFFET TWO VEGETABLES
Dr. and ,Mrs. H. H. Adams. Sanford were recent visitors of tin AFB seas/ visiting his parents end.Mrs. Sale at Bullington's 5 P. M. to
Miss (Moredock .spent the weekend :! Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Terwill- .Mr. and Mrs. '1:.R. O'Briea Vergle Flynn Spent. Saving up to 50( % 11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADS 9 P. M-
with Mr. and 'Mrs. John E. egar Jr. Thanksgiving day with Miss ,
P. 1\1.
weekend. 2
Watson m at KLngisley. Lake. Mr. and Mrs. William Wo.r.neke over the Donna Faxon and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Godfrej ROLLS BUTTER
\frs, T. T. Long flew to !Wilmington and four sons of Lakelandwere Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whlffen W. E. Faxon in Gainesville. and family of !Aiken, S. C. were
Dela. Wednesday te Saturday visitors of() Mr. and family were visiting Mr. Mr. ad Mrs. H. C. Segars and 'visiting her parents, Mr. and 25 TEA $1.75OAAAAAAAOOffiAAAAAA
and Mrs. L. E. Natt in Miami Mrs. Tyler Jones, over the $1
spend the weekend with her slater and Mrs. Pete Novak family of Camden, S. C. were
over the weekend. all spent.Thanksgiving COFFEE
Mrs. Lloyd H Lewis. Mrs. Mrs. E. M. Davis spent the Godwin weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. weekend.They ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. day with Mrs. R. A,,
Lewis,will accompany "Mrs. Long weekend with her sister Mrs. Cheryl, of Avon J. L. Gentry
and daughter Jr. in Gainesville.
Monday. Miss Mrs J. W. Bitch Mrs. M. A. Green
back to Starke on P. E. Stone and Mamie Park spent Thursday to Sunday Olson Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Bruns.
Jr. and Mrs.
DIAMOND: CLOSEOUTSale Anderson in Archer. with Mrs. Eve Baldvln and also Baldwin the State wick, Ga. /was the weekend
at Bulllnrton's Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Haraof visited Mr. and Mrs. Robbie are attending convention at guests of Mrs.' W. H. Hart and
Savings up to 50% Jacksonville were Thanksgiving Shaller. Hospital Auxiliary Mrs. Edith Christiansen. They
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. .Adams, guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dtnkina the Sheraton Wednesday Hotel to in Friday.Jacksonville all spent Thanksgiving with *

Sen. and Mrs.' Charley Johns. R. Chism. and Mrs. A. O.Andreu/ were in on Tommy Johns !Mr. and Mrs.' Ronald CravfordIn ii
Mr. and Mrs. John Staab of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mns. Steve SimmonsJr Pascagoula Mlas. over the Orange Park.AAA .
and Raymcnd Guertin attended Dunedin were Wednesday to visiting Dr. and Mrs.J. and children of Macclenny were AAAAAAA4._--------a -a- -_
Friday guests of :Rev. and Mrs.J. weekend Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and .- -- --------------- -- --
the wedding Mis Ma u- L. Stith and family. .
Staab. Mrs. J. W. Rltch.
Simmons to Dom nc Dl- T. J. A. Grfitnn .
reen Col. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal spenD .
Angelo on Saturday afternoon in spent last.Tuesday to Friday at
family of Merrltt Island spent .
the weekend In the Smoky Moun .
MUml.Mr. Lake Kerr and had as Thanksgiving the long weekend with their i0titction From DENMARK'SSo

will .visit and Mir Mrs.and''J.Mrs.L. Gentry H, C. rains Mr. N.and C.Mrs. H. E. Graddlck H. Slade.guests Mr. and Mrs. T. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie t eLux1.1.ryGlft of j> :
HarleY and Mr. and Mrs. Bar-
of Sumatra were!weekend guestsof
Beall in Macon, Ga. over the
weekend. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson Gene Ivey Jr. of Tucker, Ga. ney McRae.

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Terwlllegar ford.and Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Craw, was and the Mrs.weekend J. E. guest of Mr. Walton Sgt. Beach Jerry was Lawson home of for:Fort the : nice to come home to :
Jr. and daughter, Anne, Hardy and
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams daughter. Janet. weekend. .
,and Denise Winkler spent last in and son attended a family gathering Mr. and Mrs. Emory Hudsonof rn J:\ [O) .
and Thursday
Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Miami are visitors of Mr. and t::] [::J
at the home of Mr. and
Sanford as guests of Mr. and Mrs H. O. Williams in Melrose spent the weekend ,with relatives Mrs. :M. B. Jordan. : :::::: e:=:r r:.=9 If 9
Mis. J. H. Truluck. In Miami and St. Peters. Miss Elizabeth Lawson of 9
Mis. Fannie Morris of Starke on Saturday.The *
burg West Palm Beach was visiting RECLINA-ROCKER
has ten admitted to the Starke MYF had Fireside meetIng :
has been admitted to the! Staike at the home of Mary and Major and Mrs. William K,, her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. .
Mr. and Mrs. pete Novak Jan Graudon last Sunday evenIng Booth and family of :Fort Wal., A. Lawson, over the weekend.
were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. after church.: The 20 members ton Beach were visiting Mr. and I The Lawson also had as Sunday .
and ,Mrs. Jeffery Novak in enjoyed game and refresh Mrs. ,M. W.. Cressler over the: visitors Mr. and Mrs. John .
.Rambo and children of St.
Ga nesvllle. meats weekend. IS .

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Procedure To vision. Internal Revenue tJe1'-
vice. Washington. D. S. 20024.1The
third copy; may be kept by I

Register Guns the destructive owner device.of the firearm or) : DECEMBER YEAR ENDs

Firearms or destructive devices -
Outlined should not be brought to I .
an IRS office to be registered. \

Jacksonville Detailed Pro- O'Donnell said
cedures for registering machine Under the new law all lire-jj
arms and destructive devicesrequ.lrlD. )
gun sawed-olf shotgun.eawedoff -
registration must be I
rifle silencer deactivatedwar
Identified by a serial number.!
trophy and other destruc-
tive devices were announced If a firearm or device does not] s
today by: A. J. O'Donnell Jr.. have a serial number the own-
district director of Internal er should phone visit or write
the nearest IRS Alcohol te To- '
Revenue for
The Gun Control Act of 1888 bacco Tax office and a num- l'iIIa..,
ber will be assigned. After obtaining -
requires that weapons and devices -
the number the ownerIs
of this type must 1e icg-
responsible for affixing It to
Internal Reve-
Istered with the r
the firearm or Device\ before
nue Service by: December t.
completing the registration
1968.O'Donnell said that copies of form. Additional information | t,
be obtained by contacting
registration form 4467 art
the nearest Alcohol 8c: Tobacco 1
available at Alcohol &: Tobacco
other IRS office.
Tax offices. or
and other IRS
The forms are prepared In
three copies two of which CLASP ENVELOPES all I I'sizes.
should be mailed to the Director .-Bradford County Tele-
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rvvFvTvwn twmmT Robert Yates 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and -=
brought a good for dinner on Thursday were Mr.
message. The music was fUr- 7:30 p.m., Training Union 6:30 and Mrs. Ralph Futch and son of 'H! E i t4 R t tMib
nished by the choir from Ever- p.m. Midweek services Wednes- Black Mountain, N. C., and Mrs. C
LAWTEY green Baptist Church with Mrs. day 7 p.m.Church. Joyce Futch of Gerard, Ga., who,3
Ernest Wells at the organ and of God: Sunday School :t was at home for the holidays. ft
By Eozft Blancharf.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&I Mrs. Will Edwards at the piano. 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and m Miss Mary Julia Futch of "
Two 7:30: p.m., Y.P.E. Wednesday ..
special numbers led by Tallahassee, the Ralph Futch
Lewin Redding with his daughterat 7:30: p.m. I ;'I'f4' family, and Mrs. Joyce Futch !
Baptist: Sunday
the piano. Pastors participating were dinner guests of Mr. and
School 9:45 a.m.,Worship 11 a.m. Atma& vie em
were of Northside JIuGc a
The annual Christmas Paradein Baptist, Mrs. Benton Futch and family in
and 8:00: p.m. Choir practice 7p.m. r. i
Starke will include a float for Evergreen Baptist, Church of Starke. ..
the Grace United Methodist God, First Baptist and Grace Prayer meeting Wednesday The B. L. Wilklson family of III
Church with the Nativity scene United Methodist. Therewas 8 p.m. Jacksonville spent the long week- ii
and decorations. wonderful fellowship enjoyed by The community was saddenedby end at their home here. .. OXFORD BIBLE
the sudden death of Henry C.
The Methodist Men's Fellow- approximately 16S. Miss Karen Lee spent Thanksgiving II .
ship met on Monday evening of (Pete) Walnwrlght Sunday morn- I. with her parents, Mr. and ii
last week. The Junior W.S.C.S. CHURCH ACTIVITIES ing. Sympathy is extended to all Mrs. R. E.Lee,and brother John. .. L ..._ -. cfcrt gl/t uhctlorre
members of the family.
Circle served a spaghetti supper Grace United Methodist: Sun- k S They all were dinner guests of %
Charles Carter who Is stationed -
which was much enjoyed. day School 9:45 a.m., Worship Mr. and Mrs. James T. Tresca |
with the Marines at Cherry
There was a large attendanceat 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., M.Y.F. In Jacksonville. No gift so appropriate at Ctirisunail
Point, N. C., and Lane Carter of
Wednesday 8 -
the Community Thanksgiving p.m. Visitors of Miss Enza BlanJ
Miami, were visiting their glover before haw we offered more
Service last Wednesday. Rev. First Baptist: Sunday School chard during the week were Mr. ;ft;
Mrs. Lois Carter and
mother ,
and Mrs. James B. Coffin of a keaudrol binding or superb styling
= Edison. N. J. Mr. and Mrs.M. H. _wh Hiroucfa and through enduring
Wyatt of Miami and Miss Arthur- quality; at thee new Oxford editions..
X ------1 Fair Booths Sell ine Blanchard of Jacksonville
I spent the weekend. Let nt bdp you select fine Oxford
ERNIE PATZ new representative of the Starke-Chrysler Ply. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reddish and iBibto tot someone dear to yo. .a
Il mouth dealership signs up for the first Premium Book ad sold son of Tampa spent the weekend lifetime reminder of devotion.JOf .
: your
for the 1969 Bradford County Fair. Mrs. Kenneth Gilder president with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. w

of St. Mark's Episcopal! Church Women (who are lJancl1JDCsales E. Reddish. MAMr
Mrs. Laura Wolfe of Dayton,
of advertising for the 69 Fair) looks "
on approvingly I
..1 Ohio, Is visiting her soninlawand
-- ---- --,_ .-.- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene -
other relatives over the weekend. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Redd Starling.Mr. BULLINGTON'SPhotography
F Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark spent Saturday with Mrs. Debby and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were
? and children of Jacksonville were Phillips In Macclenny. visiting his sister-in-law Mrs.
i. visiting his brother-in-law and Visiting Miss Elizabeth Terry Thelma Kelly, in Gainesville on
( sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Star- for Thanksgiving holidays were Thursday.Mr. .
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during the weekend. Tuesday to Thursday, Mrs. C.E. botham spent Thanksgiving with ;
\ Christm'' s s4 5 Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore and Strickland of Gainesville Wed- his parents, Mr. and Mrs.Buford ,
I Micky attended the usual to Higginbotham in Maxvllle.
family nesday Thursday.Joining them
reunion of the Boyer fm1lyat I the . ". ,.. .
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Mrs. J. W. Thomas of Live Oak,
and Tapes ; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Andrews of ppnance
r Wildwood, Miss Pam Perry of
r a From The ];y Starke, Mrs. Chuck Moore of

?2 Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Tom 1i6Nt1 S1O > ; .
Ji.Jc. Casey and all the other brothers
/J'* ':,.> TURNTABLE j t and sisters and their families and A A' s s Ar
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was Papa Boyer" It was his 99th t i ir
MU'r: \ : : ? birthday anniversary and they
fJ RECORD SHOP presented him with a cake hold-
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Assault : I
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Placed Against >
The Starke Garden Club, In week before Christmas,Wednes-
cooperation with the Merchants day, Dec. 18.
Division of the Chamber of Com- 2. Register entry by calling ResidentTwo i
merce and the Bradford Improve- Chamber of Commerce, 964- ; l lo lr Lawtey

ment Project, will sponsor an !5278. ..:.
outdoor Christmas Decoration 3. Lights should be on from t1> .. 1'r i ,
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Contest. 6:30 to 9 p.m., Dec. 18-25. I '1.I 1.I' 1.
Judging will be In three divisions 4. Out of town judges will be charges of assault will
: used, and their decision will be Intent to commit murder were
Class A -- Religious theme. final. filed Monday against i Willard I
1 -- Door. 2 -- House and/or 3. Originality and Ingenuity KItties, 48, of Lawtey.
grounds. will count more than expense. Bradford Chief Deputy Dolph
Class B -- Seasonal theme. Reddish said the charges resulted
involved. .
1 -- Door. 2 -- House and/or Prizes will be awarded from a fracas last Friday nightat E ) 'r ,; .
,. an East Lawtey establishmentknown '
first and second place winners : 1'1
Class C -- Business, Churchor as Mossey's Place.Kittles .:. '
Civic.In Is also charged with aggravated .. .
order to be eligible for assault in the case.A ,
Judging, the following rules must 5 Movies Set BHS Gets TruckMac report by Deputy Sheriff Ken ""' ." ."'

be observed: At 2 Theatres! Fuqua states that Kittles got Into .I..;..J.J ., i.
1. Should be decorated Baldwin an argument with Maggie "
one owner of Baldwin Chevrolrt-OIdsmoblle. pre. "' ..
This WeekendNo sents keys to a new 1969 Chevrolet pick up truck to Bradford Perkins, his wife, and Henry I ; ....
Hendrlth his wife's ,
brother. .
High Driver's
CARD OF THANKS Training Instructor Tony Griffith. KItties Is charged with firing
sexual freedom without the Decision to use a truck for driver's education classes was a shot which struck a bystander, Ir ,
The Bradford Roping Club responsibility of love and mar- determined by Griffith by the fact that a large percentage of Jessie Lee Myers. The latter
would like to acknowledge and riage is one of the themes of Homecoming Winner
Ills students use a pick up at home.in was treated for a flesh wound #
thank Mr. Williams! of Williams American International's "Hel- and released from the Bradford
Jewelry Store for his supportand ga" playing Sunday, Monday, and
help In getting our monthly Tuesday, Dec. 8-10, at the Flor- County Hospital. orates the float which exhorts the Tor- ;
Kittles was arrested Saturday.He The freshman class float shown
trophies.We ida Theatre.A "Countdown a Technicolor In "For Singles Only" with John Is charged with the attempted nadoes to "Sock It To 'Em!I" S'.
Panaviston above won first prize and $15 cash In
appreciate the time he donates adventure about Saxon at the 301 Drive-In FridaY wishes to ':
double feature Friday and the murder of Maggie Perkins and The Telegraph also apologize -
first manned flight to the and Sunday, Dec. last week's Bradford High School Home-
to engraving them Mr. Saturday Dec. 6-7. at the Florida Saturday Henry Hendrlth. Ball was set at for incorrectly identifying jliss
Williams does a fine job and we has Lee Van Cleef starringIn moon. 68. Milton Berle guest stars In $5,000 on each count by County coming Parade. The Telegraph incorrectly Barbara Ten Fick of Kingsley Lake as .

want to say "Thanks Mr. Wil "The Big Gundown." James Mary Ann Mobley,Miss America the romantic for comedy unmarrieds of a housing, a Judge Theron A. Yawn. reported in its Nov. 14 issue that Sherrie Norman in the freshman class :
liams." of 1959 complex Ball has been set at the class first I
Caan and Joanna Moore star and Lana Wood, Pictures release In $2,500 sophomore won prize. skit
Columbia at Tornado Whirl.

Natalie's younger sister,co-star on the aggravated assault chargein Freshman Princess Brenda Clemons dec- ''i

--- the shooting Myers. :

GREAT Eastman John Wayne Color leads "The Green P. O. Asks Early MailingTo

Berets" In action in an explosive ",
adventure drama of men In battle
In the second feature showing at fl'

the drive-in this weekend. David ... Beat, Christmas Rush
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' -'- More ing cards welshing an ounce or
'"'- D-- 0 0 00 Santa Gels will be delivered between! now less. Therefore, all regular '

0 0 and the Christmas holidays. Christmas cards will be mailedat !
> Neighborsir
0 ir: Postmaster T C, :Hazen Jr. the six cent rate. My p
I Early RequestBrenda urges mailers to start planningfor _

their holiday mailings now, "By sealing these cards you )'l
Starke Plaza and to be "Early Bird" mailers. will be guaranteed free ford-
0)o Masters, of Starke, "The postal service can handle warding! where) possible! orcar ; .M
may be rushing the season Justa the unusually heavy load of <*.* will be returned to you if Si ZC
little, but she operates on mail expected; this year if the you have return ,address on .J
Open All Day Everyday
the theory of "who gets there will give us a
mailing public
them in cases where the ad- .t
Fri. and Sat. Until 7 P.M. 0 )) 0 firsteet' with the mostest" re- hand by depositing their cards diessee cannot ,be found," the 4 91

quests la apt to gel more! at. and packages into the mall a bit postmaster said. "This Is also ,

0i tentlon from Santa Claus. earlier than usual, and by using a good time for you: to record ,
/: o Here Is her letter, the first to zip codes" Hazen said. zip codes In the return addresses -
.... be delivered to The TelegrapH: Packages should be wrappedwell of cards you receive for future 11M
," for replay to Santa Claus at : and packed; : well, so that use."
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'r '' ....,., 0 A the North Pole; contents do not rattle Addresses Hazen !said! that the Staike
si\! Dear Santa: should be clearly written or post office will remain open] all ..
I love you. I want a stockingfull typed. day :on Saturday, (Dec, 14, and ..."and I'd like to hear it "'
of Chewing gum, a doctor's Saturday, bee, 21, for the con .." ,
kit, and a play piano; a baking New postal laws have eliminated venience of patrons. once. !\\f
l MENS PERMANENT PRESS set a little pair of shoes like the lower rate far l'eet- ....
Linda's a dish like I .r
soap saw - - -- ----------------
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r.: or a new don with sunglasses
"" that I saw at Carp's, an Iron CHRISTMAS IDEAS FOR THE HORSEY SSF; t 1
i and Ironing !'board Ice box, and .
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SHIRTS dresser.I'll .I.',f"
leave you a piece of cake .
'11 I and a cup of coffee on the coffee

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I/.C.: :I1' clothes, a telephone, and a new .* it

phone book :i
Y' :_ .. I hope to see you soon. RIDING I :
Love BrendaP.
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sellers 6 $!
our regular $3.99 COMPLETE ENSEMBLE I ;

Our best selling shirts on sale just in time for your t-- 1 Fields OpenFour I,

Christmas shopping. Ivy and regular collars tapered 'f rand r--.. 'I Saddle

tails..all long sleeve and permanent press. f. Blanket
Large selection of solids stripes plaids and checks ---Jt public dove fields In the ?
S-XL and dress shirts 4'/2-17. :noit'ieast region have been opened Bridle $ If.
for the second: p'lase; of t
the dove ssa'an.: according to Brush I

MEfflS BOXED GIFT SETS MEfiS TIES AND BELTS announcement Thursday. Nov Nylon Halter f.!
14, by MaJ. Robert M Brantly :N
Large selection of gift sets. Readi-ties and 4inhand. sty- S regional manager for:: the Game Nylon Lead Rope \1
Handkerchief or jewelry and $1 les and large assortment of Ill and Fresh Water Fish Commix Comb l
slon. Curry '
combinations. and belts and up l!
up The: Whtehouse: Olustee, and
Saddle Soap !
'" Watson:: fields opened at noon '1''

"" Wednesday. Nov 20. Hoof Pick : $t
For the remainder for the ,
season the Whitehouse. Olu tee !
and Watson fields will be openon Everything but the t

Ladies Quilted Robes Saturday only and the Douglas :: Horse ,

field will be open only on
Wednesday, r.-. _--_- ,_ -_ .__-. .---_.
Periodic checks of the fields
NYLONS COTTONS ACETATES by Commission personnel:: indicate CHRISTMAS $9995SPECIAL

birds at all fields in: sufii- COMFORT QUALITY BEAUTY
dent numbers to allow good 9V

f1!; Beautiful gift robes in a variety of chic shooting The Whitehouse field
'" 9 9 was opened the last Saturdayof :
r1" }, N'1- $4 styles. Choice of fabric in pretty new the first phaie;! of the season
} f"' ,, Holiday pastel colors sizes 12 to 18 as a result of large concentra- .

The ideal "personal"' gift. tions of birds there.!
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A fee of $2 per day, in addition
I 'x to a regular hunting licenseIs Pony

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Ak lic fields.

>< .x ... Bag limit for morning doveIs
5.. X 12 per day and shooting Outfit 1

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x x ')c.j 0' I unoccupied frame house on
)0(' .>o n Epperson Street burned to the Blanket

jo .. ;v.;,.' ,j N.J Ing. according to Fire Chief R. ,
.< .'Y"" M ground early Wednesday morn- Quirt
C. (Red) Buford. M
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& The Fire Department arrive A Small Deposit
:.. x I ed too late to .atop the house, ChristmasSpecial 5 Will Hold Your :r,.!
>C Low $699 '
.>d X x '>< ,." J $400 : i ,'. which Chief Buford said was rJ Saddle Until
':X moved to 830 Epperson Street ?
JI y p: PriceAll Jt JtI. by J, M.' Edwards Jr.. from ChriatnaaSTARLING *t

burning to the ground. Buford See them Today You'll admire
: v "'1'< hand loomed of 100% virgin acrylic 1 m ,,, said the roof was falling In
/ X' in gorgeous full fashioned styles. : i when firemen arrived these handsome,' outfits. S.4

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)L"- in newest colors, sizes 3440. A station at 2:50: a.m.
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.c Ray Stone, veteran volunteer SUPPLYWILLIAM
value that makes it "rich"gift ;
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latched onto. to roll dead at the BHS :15. .
\ .. a scrappy Birfiop Grab Second Chance Big Red Drive i A .,.
Tornadoes -
Kenny eleven Bradford behind twice Given A second chance the Starting out again, Belote got
carra" Crusaders didn't miss Kenny's seven yards In two trys on keepera. .
Friday o-tO. and attain avery O'Shea! Adin Hoch, Bob Schel- He then pitched out around '* sdlr I
..,..blO 7-3 season re-
combined ''behind\ solid.
lenburg, right end to Cohens. The .hard
core.StnKinsr. blocking by the Kenny forewall driving fullback! :had a little
first, the Crusadersled to push the pigskin to the Tornado room and raced 36 yards before .'
6.0 in the first period and ,
26 aa they drove through; Hoch: brought him down at the
03-6 in the second before Coach
the Tornado defense Kenny 42, Cohens got another i "
David l Hurse's fighting Biff Red in 3 ; Faced with a fourth down and yard before Belote passed to i
big ID'S
scored two
,team t five situation and a stiffening' Adrian Brown for 26 yards anda
the third period to take a 19-13 Bradford defense. Peters suddenly first down at the Kenny 15. I

lead. switched to the .air ,and A pass In the Hat to /Adamswa.s
Crusaders Strong into the hit Culllgan up the middle on Incomplete on first down I
Leading 13.6 going
third period the Crusaderscame a 23-yard scoring play Rick Fullback, Gene Melvin went up
,i&mmean added the extra point
out strong and drove to the middle for five and Belote
the Crusaders led 6-0 with tour;
the BHS elght-yard-llne before went to Brown again for a 10-
Kenny quarterback Charles Pe minutes left In 'the lint period yard TD pass ,with 6:49: left in.

ters' passing attack was stopp the first half.: The extra point
ed. BHS end Mike Norman, tackle Kenny's Peters, playing defensive failed on. a tumbled snap ,from
Charles Smith, and end Tom safety, got In !the. way of center.As .
Marks combined to throw Pe. a Bill Belote pass and .Intercept the second period closed

ters for an eleven yard loss ona ;" : ed to atop the Tornado drive Belote punted 44'yards to the
fourth and two situation at : ;..c: ,;, ,k;' ', The Crusaders couldn't move Kenny 34, but Culllgan returned ,

the eight. 1 ru 1 ; .," ..'fo'djl'l"P4.4, ,'1' ,, however, and had to punt after it 31 yards to the Tornado n +
BHS field general Billy Belote .'."'...)<'f'' ,,,.It' ''IJ"rI1",; ", ",,.. .... "" big Charles Smith, who pladed 35 before Steve Crawford and

took charge, then, on a keeper ", : ,.,.,.f'"j, i"I'"t'i"I''" .. outstanding ball for the Big Red Tom Marks stopped him.Tornado I
when he cut inside the end andover .
Willie Cohen hits the Crusader line In one of his five
tackle for a 48 yard! jauntto Sophomore Tim Murphey Intercepts a Crusader from his cornerback >post> and grabbed the peas Fullback gained 53 yards
The bard-drhlng runner '
before he was attempts Friday night
the Kenny 33 pass In the forth period of Bradford's 26-20 over In the Kenny right flat and raced 50 yards to : l
brought down. Leading the :Big for a 10.4 yard average to lead the Tornadoes
tie, 81- Bishop Kenny and heads for a TD which made score. He' faked out a Kenny tackler at the 10 011I ,
Red eleven to a 13-03 c
next the difference In the contest. Murphy came UP.aDd went in untouched. .
yards in four plays. Belote Statistically, the game was almost Statistics P
completed a 20-yard pass to a draw. Kenny !had 303 First Downs 13 1-1
Hanker Bill Adams, good to the Bernard Bass, hcwever, and the The Tornadoes ,stopped Ken- punt and end Bill Dyson re- total yards to the Tornadoes' Rushing 6 7 (
Kenny 13. Tornadoes took a 19.13 lead. ny on the first try. But Adrian coveref.: at the Kenny 45, the 306.
4 5
Grlggs Knots Score Murphey Intercepts Brown fumbled Butch O'Shea's first of two loose balls they r Belote led the Tornadoes with :iI
Yds. Gained 306 303
the fourth period !
Fullback Willie Cohens power. Midway 77 yards running 13 carries fora Rushing :J9.Jo J2Z
ed for six yards, to the seven sophomore cornerback Tim 5,2 yard average Griggs carried Passing 112 181: I
on a pitch-out around right end Murphey perfectly timed a Pet 16 times for 58 yards and Passes Compl. 5.13 9.19 i
the left flat Mur-
ers' into
back Ronnie Grlggs pass
and running carried
two touchdowns. Cohens
Passes Int, by 3 1:
at mid-field
went over left guard for the phey Intercepted five times for 52 yards and a Fumbles Lost by 2 0
final seven yards :and the TD and took the ball all the way I {
r I 10.4 average, highest of the Penalties 28 55 d
with 6:56: left in the third period. for the fourth Tornado TD with sight.
Punts a.32 3-39
Adams added the point after to 6:50: left. Adams kicked the 1i 1-
second time. point after and BHS led 2613. wp
knot the score a
flanker Ronnie Grlggi'', usually on the receiving end i
Three plays later Cohens,
from his tnlddleguard spot, Peters had been going to 'flanker of Bill Belote's passes, has a bird's eye view of this one going

reached up and deflected a Tom Culllgan with short into the hands of Bishop Kenny's defensive safety and quarterback "!

pass. Cchens latched onto the passes to the flat whenever' ihe Charles Peters.

ball and the Tornadoes had an needed yardage and it usualy The Crusaders weren't allowed to take advantage of the break

Interception at the Kenny 49. succeeded. It was a pass for however when BITS tackle Charles Smith broke In three plays

Belote immediately hit tight Culligan that Murphey picked AL later to cause a three lost and a Kenny punt. BUS got the ball i iII
end Donnie Elder for 21 yardsto (If!. I
back and tied the game up 66.
the Kenny 28 on a pass over But Culllgan got it _back two ,
side. Belote then ranfor minutes' u'h later when' 'lie- grabbed _
the right ,
line, broke through b stop Ken.ny's Taking advantage of
three yards and a roughing a Peters' pass from his 30 and
penallty against Kenny put the didn't atop till the play had co- It isn't hard to tell how Jilts cheerleaders Cindy Sink and ,. Adin! Hoch for a three yard break, the Crusaders ground cut
loss third five yards and then eight more
ball at the Crusader 12. vered the 70 yards to the Bradford Carolyn Brown felt as the Tornadoes scored a touchdown againstBishop on down. went to
This time the Tornadoes al< to the BHS 22. Peters
Tornadoes Explode el1d one and his second TD KeDDY.YIJIl'fllJe .
lowered O'Shea's the air and :hit end Bill Dyson
punt a
the left the margin to 26-20. ;
Griggs exploded over cutting -- -- -Jix !
miauie for 10 yarua w I
tide and cut back hard to the That TD made every :Tornado UP the uie BHS 6 and another first. -- -

light for ,an eight yard gainto touchdown necessary for the Next play Peters rolled out quarterback Bill Belote files through the air after beingtackled B
Crusader four-yard-line win Basketball Season
the New IX to and kept around '
before Pete Baldwin made the Crusaders Scrap right as pass on an end run against Bishop Kenny. It was! BHS'sCharles
for the score.
stop. Belote had injured: his Bishop Kenny had won only Tornado right defender end Murpheyhad Smith who did the tackling, however as he was at. .

shoulder the play before and one game, over Fernandina Am- tempting to get In front of Belole to block Kenney's number r
Mike Norman took over for him. Beach, prior to Friday's en.counter .: To Open Here TuesdayThe means a added shot the but point after fora 73, tackle Dan Hillagass. It'a probably one of the hardest
Norman got two yards on the with the Tornadoes at Smith shown
13.6 Kenny lead with 37 seconds tackles dote experienced! all night. is taking a
keeper to the left then one Belles Field -In Jacksonville. left! In the first half nose dive to the, ground too. ;.
yard to the opposite side to But the big crusaders lookedtopgh 1968.69 basketball season Coach Mike Sexton will have rn
to the one. they drove 55,yards toscore
move the pigskin \ as
his entire 12 man squad assembled
for Bradford High
opens cagers %
jumped over the rightside'for the second time they had k
S G }igS .week before ,
just one
next Tuesday, Dec. 10 :with a
the TD with 2.57: left the ball: 'A Tornadox fumble Fernadina the first game. Only two let., ,% \
in the third period.:);Adams' extra contributed to the first tally.howevel' Beach home' game against termen from the 1967-68 squad % I
kick blocked by ,
point was
mark will
which posted a 16-9 % I
return ,
.. -, ..
high all they j
"I've hopes i I
need to do Is play together" % II I
Coach Sexton says of his cagers. ,
: He named six players, lettermen % I,

WE'VESLIM'S Adrian Brown and David % I
McKnight along with Charles a
t/w/ I Blye, Mark Graudon, Tim Murt

They and Tom Marks. what

___ could be especially outstandlnc."It f
may be after Christmas %S I.
before they come around" Sexton *

says, "But we have poselbllltles *
of a real good ball club. f \
h They Just need to play togeth 3 '

I I II er." The cagers have been 9. / II

'\\'ol'klniliong and hard this week: a c
Fish Stuff ,
n and held practice after football \ Ii'i :

practice prior to this week. f i. p,,
The 1968.69 cage eQuad is described J I '

PRICES! by Sexton as "young < i fun for all at Christmas Quall-J:
This give
IIIWAY 21 ONE BLOCK NORTH and Inexperienced." There are I year '' '
OF RED LIGHT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS only three seniors on the squad j i I ty sports equipment from Starke Builders Sup j f"

and among them guard Adrian 3 i plies. Here you will find gifts for everyone on ,It.
BIG DAYS Blown is the only letteiman.p. your list The ]largest stock in this area, all
4 -- THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN. McKnlght lettered last year asa f! fine quality that will ]last for many years to come.

II' ; DECEMBER 4-5-6-7 ONLY! bit.There sophomore>who played a good /j!i Shop Early. r

are two sophomores on *

the squad -Murphey and Dean f i

Johns SQuad, both up from the BJ j Use Our Lal-A=Way Plan

Juniors are McKnlght, (Mark f
Graudon, Freddie Oraudon f I r I II

RODS Chris Chandler Tom Marks, j I FOR THE

ALL David Kirkland, Greg Rlherd. % .
and Tommy Talley who Is not !! 7t '

AND cut yet because of an Injured J

FISHING TACKLE REELS foot.The Tornadoes Jump Into .4 ,J,I I HUNTER

heavy schedule following the 6

Fernandina Beach contest They j

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Dec. 13 Perry here, Saturday I
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PAGE TEN .,, __THE. .BRADFORD"H COUNTY.. ___' TElEGRAPH>."".".__""......-..STARKE.-. .,.."."'.'Y'r FLORIDA...,,._,.,,.' "_. .., :.... .. : ..,,. .+.'foW. ._,. .,, ..'. .,'.. '".HH........._..".. ___ _.V'.,>........ ...-...... .......,. _'r-,. .,''''.J.' _...%" ,,'. '----'>.-\,.,":,'. ; .. J ,
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was at 11 a < ; ; / 7:30.. 6:30: School.Prayer.p.11 m.a.10 Meeting Evening m.*. m.Txalnlnt,Mora:Wed,Ser Union.Morning Sunday m1RCU.IIIGHWAY 6:30:..Worship.Midweek School p. m. Evening 11.9:43 Prayer: Training a.Ser-Ber-;m t 1\Irii\ : nWilliiilW\l\W\\\il\\\\li\i\i:::: \\ :\:\:\:::::\!\\:!\ !!!\ \ :\:\;\\:::;*;:\:\:\iliijiiiJM1":: :\:;! :;:;:: ""' ;l\lii.liIiMii'Ij'jll\; : ,I

at; ; 7:30: p. m*-Rev, R. H. vice, 7:30.:

ot) pastor.BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH vlc"p.ev.GRAHAM,. 7:30.:L. Tommy BAPTIST Howe CHURCH Pastor t I\\,;! WORSHIP BEGINS IN THE HOME 1\\11\\ t tmt

School 10 a. m. Morn- Sunday Woeohio.School.U ..10. m.a. m.and Morn-7.P.m.30'l. of course it does provide comfort \\mf\\ 6
11 a. m. Training Fred Johns, pastor.to t \ Our home is more than (lust a pretty structure
6:30: p. m. Evening Conway.Ser h::\ but beyond that it is a place where |joy abounds. it is a place where love is i i1 :: : ;; ,
730.-Rev. Lacy Visitation, 10 a. m. where the Lord is worshiped. 1 \;;\\:
Thursday:: = is of cooperation and it is a place
-1\\:\\: : abundant it a place '
and 7 p. m.NEW t the church. It is there
with God is carried over into rm\W\
home relationship
BAPTISTCHURCH BAPTIST .\\tj From the our ,
RIVER able share worshiping the Lord with others. Ours would not .: :;:::::;
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- ::::::: that my family is to :
00\: Bayless Highway Worship 11 a. m Training in worship at home and church. Attend rt\\
Ins if did not participate
at Raiford Road Worship tl be a full life we t
( 223 Union. 7 p. m. Evenlnr Lord. :::::::::
SR 16)). service and us in worshiping the
( 8 p. m. Wednesday night ;:::::::: church this week Join
) : Sunday School 10 m. Everyone wel- !:m\ '
7:30 p.
: Sunday Morning Worship. come-Jk L. Parker pastor tj@. ." h.10J ( ,,,1:,:,:
: ;
t .o .. .. t
?y .
6:30 .
) : m.: T-alnlng: Union : : :. 1..t.. t>.. 'i t:
Service. 7-:30: \:\ .r \ ;: ;.t'Kf1 .
Evening OF CHRIST '
: CHURCH ; ? ; ::
,.. .J-r
t .:.:
Wed '" r '" '.. :;. .u. .
Service. : : ..
Prayer Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.: :. :. J::, o. : ,
7:30ev.: Glenn Law- and Communion : > \ .

;\ : patter.BWLESS. Morning services.Service.Worship 6:00.WednesJay: 11. ,a. m. Evening' t \\ -j'i\\\i\

; HIGhWAY : Worship service 7 A Ap. ,
BAPTIST CHURCH Minister Jack P. Bell. I
m. _
: : School. 10 a.m.; Morn

: Warship! Service 11 a. m.: NORTHSIDE BAPTIST ____ ____ ]\
: : Union 6:30: p. m.; Eve. CHURCH _ _ _
I _
tl .. ; ; Worship Meeting 7:30,p.Wednesday.m. School.Schedule 9:45: of a.services m. Morning: Sunday Wor t tm tm

Silcox : p. m.; O. A. Meeting Wed. .10:45 a. m. Training Un .
gift /, 7:30: p. m.; Choir Re ion. 6:45: p. m. 'Evening Service t m \\m ,
7:30: p. m.$: Service
; ; Wednesday: 7:45. MidWeek Prayer

test Tii.s! : : : : ;:I : In:'each, pastor.month.meeting Rev.last David Mon (Wednesday FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 7:45: p. m. t l J t t0" I

Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.
I 1..1 : ( I CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Youth .. ..,....
and :: N. St. Clair St., Starke. Fellowship. 6 p. m. Choir Practice '. "' / -- "
: School. 10 a. m. Worship Wednesday 8 p. m. t ",' r :
lon t 7 t
( ; ; 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Rev. Robert D. Burch .., :: m.
t .
lot;have I Meeting Friday 7:30 ..'. .. . . . .. .....:.. ...". ......................... . . ....
time I 1 .-Rev. Chester J. Shooppe. RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH : :.::::::::::: : : :: : : : : : : ; : ; : : :; ; : ; ; : ;'i3N.nqq\\; \
tor.I Schedule of service: Sunday j\\(: Tht Church;; il;Gods oppoinltd I agency in Ihn world la ipuadmj, Iht knowltdji ol Hn lo.t e I
I School 10 a. m. Worship' 11 a. : ,,, that'lava by l loving hit ntighbor.Without l ::::
) BAPTIST CHURCH Un :::: hi' mon, and ol'Hit demand lot' man lo' pond to 9
I ( 100 at Theressa) m. and: 7:30: p. m. Training :::: tlm grounding In Iht lo.t ol' God no gownmint' or sotitly or way ol 1 lilt will long ::::
ion. 6:30: p. m.-Rev. Jack : will Imvitobly ptrlih Trunlon' ..,n .: : ;:::
School 10 a. m. tht Intdomi which wt hold u dear
t : : and
:; : ptntviri : :. t
wtllore !:! : :
: Stolte pastor. tin Chimb 'for Iht ukt ot' the ::: ;
11 should tupport
a ot'
Worship- :::: from a ttlflih point .i.w. one i" :;
For < 6:30 ..,and mat, howtvtr, t try pinon thould uphold and fortliipott $ : ;
Union- : BAPTIST :::: ol' hlmull ond hit lamily.'
PINE LEVEL : oboul' mono lilt' death' and dlllin,; Ibt # :::::
7:15 m. Hill the tiuth "CI.f
Worship- p. In lbs thunh btcouit II l
".\ Night Prayer Ser Sunday School,..10 a. m. MornIng ..Services -. t :::;::: 'truth which'olont will, ill' him Irn to I.. 01 o child ol' God CC.I..n Ad..So,.. ...........:.:.:.:.:. I
Who Rev. Merle Worship 11 a. m. Pre :::::; :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:.: : :
-7:30 p. m. Band Young :::: : : : : : : :::: :: ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :
nave pastor. (Booster :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :: :::: ::::: : : ::::: ::
People and Prayer Service), 6 ,
Worship, 7 p. rn.
Wednesday ,
by : OF STARKE !Midweek SerVice.E. R. Bowers, D. D.,
Ralford 7:30: p. m.
Wslion St.

was leme School Road: 10:00: a. m pastor t .1

: : a. m. Morning Worship: GRACE BAPTIST CIltRCIIST :

T3ur.ru' : p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: ARKE ..,:...; ,,h'.. I STARKE "66"GULF
10 m. MornIng SHELL
oo1. a.
Evangelistic Services. Sunday Sc HURST
Bar :: 7:30 p. m. Mid Worship 11 TtalVng U.v: t FAULKNER

Prayer Meeting. Ion, 6 p. m. Evening Worsh !>. SERVICE SERVICEUHAUL
,,. Ju'I : Lester F. Richardson, :7. Wednesday Prayer Senics SERVICE 96-1.1231&
'7:30.: -Rev. Virgil lovett pas- t Carl Hurst Phone 964611124HR. Bill Edwards Ph.

end : ; CHUFCH OF GOD ''tor. RENTALS Tire Tru-ing ,

: School. 10 a. m. Wor CHURCH Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting ,
is a Sunday services t .I
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sun 633 W. Pratt st. Service
3s School, 10 a. m. i Brake
; Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. : Complete ;;/
the .-Rev. Chester J. ShouP. Preaching. It a. m. Training Wheel Balance and
A ; pastor. Union 5:45: p. m. Evening Worship t Minor Tune-Ups :;.;..':'. t
: 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. Alignment
Kirk Elder A.O. Flynn pastor WRECKER SERVICE
301 and 100
PHONE 964-5899 All Minor Repairs
School 9:43: n. m. Sunday Service! : Sunday UO S. Temple Starke
Worship' at 11 MY*' School 9:45: a. m. Morning'Worship _ _ _ N. Temple Ave. Starke
able 6 p. m. MYF 10:45: a. m. Evening Service _ _ _ 617
,Supper 6:30. Evening worship 6:30 p. m. Midweek Sex- t STARKE BUILDERS ___ ____ __ t
7:15 m.
Vice, Wednesday. : p.
: : Junior Girl Scouts, Charles\ Reese mlnlstejST h; LAWSON
: : Circle 2, 3:30.: Methodist t MARKET t
:; 4 and 5. 10 a. m. Featuring Ace Hardware
dent:: ( Scouts 3:13.: Wesleyan Sunday Services: AND COLD STORAGE

jy ; Guild 7:30.: 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist.. t Complete Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25 We Specialize in Custom Slaughtering ,
>ns : -. Circles I and 3. 9:30: a. m. Church School.
: Family Service. and Sporting I Goods M. to 2 P. M.
ant m. Younger Children's 10:30: a. m. 11 A. Cutting and Wrapptar-
: Rehearsal 3 p. m. Prayer (Holy Eucharist 1st and, 3rd '
: ; : and ,Bible Study 7:30. Sundays: Morning Prayer 2ndan' t "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.7& Prepared for Deep! FTMZ ,
: : Chancel Choir Re- 4th Sundays).
: ". .._--l., 7:43, o n.. m.__e. -J. Thomas Staab Rector a 219 Washington St. 4.527O 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEU.
;Jv. i : Older Children's RETAIL ,
<(< : : r r ; Rehearsal 3'30 p. m. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN U. S. 301 North Ph. 961.7600 ,
'E. -- Children's Cantata CHURCH Phone 964-7059
: 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. _ _ _
t pcWttt T. Parabee Jr., pastor In? Worship at 11. Evening FLORIDA t
Worship 7:50.::; Rev. Carl t cz-: DAD & BRAD SALES

Sunctaj CLEANERS t
Dec. 8 HAMPTON t
9:43: a. m. Morning Wor. Sunday school 10 a m. MornIng OHTROL
at 11; sermon "The Song Worship at 11. Training \Y 24Ft. Wide Under New Ownership

f. Mary." Training Union.! 6:15: Union. 6:30.: Wednesday night. CIEMICj CI. Also 12Ft. Wide Your Certified Master t
m. Evening Worship. : Prayer Meeting. 7:30.: followed.]
m.; sermon "The Man: Jesus by choir practice. Stance Nursing MOBILE HOMES Dry Cleaner
Great." Home service 2:43: p. m.
Monday-Trustee Mstffnar. 3 -Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. I 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers Free Moth-Proofing t
Youth Choir Practice. 7.
Tuesday-Juiior m. Choir Prac MADISON STREET Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heights Free Pick-Up and Delivery

', Sunbeams.Choir. GA 3:30 4:20:p. m.Ethel Pri BAPTIST CHURCH t Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 311 N. Temple Ph. 9S4-5704 t tI

Circle meets at home of Sunday School 9:43: a. m.
I R. A. Green Sr., with Mrs. Morning Worship at 11. Youth
H. Jennings as co-hostess: Choir Practice 4:30 p. m. Youth WILLIAMS BRADFORDABSTRACT EDWARDS'JEWELRY
Circle meets at home Fellowship Supper 5:45: ; Train- t I ,

I tI : Mrs.p.m.WednesdayBible. A. Russell Norman InB Union. 8:15.: WMIT Prayer CO. Grocery and Market

Study Class Circle. 7:15: Evening Worship
; a. m. Prayer Meeting : () Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed t

E Choir Practice 745; 73ft.Monday .. TWA meeting 7:30 Title Problems GAS AND OIL
Keepsake Diamonds
I TO. 7>. m.
. CARD OF THANKS Tuesday RA meeting, 8:30: BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edward t

I P. rn. U. S. 301 South Stark
Title Insurance
We the family of Lester J. Meeting 142 W. Call St. Starke
who passed away Nov. Wednesday Prayer: Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312
9 1963. wish to thank each 7:30:; p. m. Church Choir PracUice. t Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call t

who was so very kind and Deacons Mertln 8:30.:
- $ the food the many Thnr " . t floral pieces the GAs 3:30OAIC :
Live B tUr
kind words and express- J Owned ftv Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida-Counties "Helping Our Members

:, of sympathy Each was GROVE BAPTIST 473-4911 I
appreciated and help. CHURCH Electrically"-Keyatone Heights-

. so much to make our loss Sunday School 10 a. m.
to bear. Especially do we Morning Worship at 11. Train
;t John M. Brinkley funeral ing UnIon. 6:45.: Evening Worship t
for his many acts of 7:30.-Rev.: Luther A. Me'n
, __ -_,- =n 11 II
. ; Wife and sons, broth! rtnr = .1 -__- l -- _1 =
and sister

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THURSDAY. DEC. 6. 1988
PAGE! JiLliY! Jil'l!
glas and Olustee fields will remain up- to<< and not later than 10:00: city. and are a portion of of Bradford 1
RecreationNews County Fin. and accompanied by a flllnpr fee
698 Deer 235 Turkey Killed in operation In hopes o: AM.office December of Buslnens IS 1968 Manager.In the .security for the lndebt hi. office. In the Courthotitro of One Dollar and Such claimor
herein mentioned nald ,
Florida State Prleon county at Stance Fin. demand not no filed shall b6 1
new concentration of birds arriving for the tin la Nut on* Hood and Fan.rodel six calendar month from void.
of Pine Pulpwood harvested byprison \\ l No. 1100. AFCO fnrn.ac time of the first publlca- Ruse Stauffer, Executrix of the r
forces. Bid forms may be (gas) Serial No. B4 n-t thin notice. Two copies Estate of John ,
Bensel deccua-! !
In 10 State Wildlife AreasA secured from that office Mod l AMA TOB, 56.000 each claim. or demand. hall
ARCHERY AND AIR RIFLE II r .K.. .V. Turner. Business 111111.el' \ IJ *"1. (gas) Model 02 place of residence! and pout- Attorney nt Law
Classes are now being held 12/5 2t 12J1SNOTICB at m ptilillp sale to the hlBrh .. address of the claimant Keystone IlelRhts. Florid
at the Old Armory for boys total of 698 deer and 235 to turkey hunting; Nassau, 55 OF SALE und l best> bidder for cash shall 11ft sworn to l lIy the Attorney for tho H toto
turkey Is me estimated kill In the hour. of eleven o'clock his !Agent or attorney ISIS: tt 12/24
deer and 29 turkey Osceola, 55 Notice Is
ages 7 12 In Archery and Air ; hereby given that the forenoon and two o''It> .
the 10 wildlife management pursuant to the final decree of the - -- - -
-- -
Rifle. deer and 14 turkey; Steinhat- la the afternoon on ---- -
Archery i b held each Mon areas in the northeast region, chee 104 deer and 58 turkey; -it the foreclosure cause pending and sale In the entered Circuit In rtnv Front. of r December oor of the 1988. at

day and Wednesday 3:30: 3130: according to Steve Sta'for' :...e Swamp, 6 deer and 11 and Air Rifle Northeast Region Wild' -..>- turkey. number 430, the ClTa'rlM
p.m. on Tuesdayand toa undersigned A. Darby Clerk of SIGN MAINTENANCE COMPANYROUTE
Thursday, 3:30: 5:30: p.m. logist for the Game and Fresh Squirrel and quail 'reports "Before offering a seat Clerk will sell tile property situated Circuit Court '
Water Fish Commission. girl be sure she Is!" In said County described By Deulah M. Moody
Girls ages 10 12'who are Interested continue to indicate better than ael: Clerk 'h'd 1 BOX 238-A
!in faking! Archery will Hunters continue to enjoy success average harvests on these two Lot Nine (9). Block Two. > It ,
meet at the Old Armory, Friday. in 'north Florida as the season small game species The Gulf Sealed Bids- will be received' PLAT according to the Plat RE- In Tli* COlli" y 4hirtIn .... ORANGE PARK FLORIDA
Dec. 6. at 3:30: p.m. Classes will goes Into its third week Hammock and Aucilla areas appear UI' to and not later than 10:00: thereof recorded In Plat anil for Bradford ". ,
Stafford said Monday. Nov. 25. AM. February 3. 1969 In the of- Book 3. Page 1, public records FI"."'..
be held on Friday afternoons to be the best bet for hog Ice at ButilneM ManaferFlorida of Bradford County,
and Saturday'mornings. Estimated harvest of deer and hunting with 355 hogs taken on State. Prison for- thepurchase of Florida. In is Res I rnb';Estate te. File of No.I.John ; NEON PLASTICSALES
MEN'S BASKETBALLThere turkey by area Is as follows: these two areas. The total hag: tine Pulpwood of harvesting and Sawtlmber rights and Together Improvements with all\ structure nnd o1..cP a...d.
will be another meet- Adams Pasture, 3 deer and 2 kill from the Aucllla Gulf Ham. In certain designated areas of hereinafter on said land now and the TO- NOTJ'\AU+E CREDITORS TO PREP1TOR3 A
Ing Monday. Dec. 9, 7:30: p.m. turkey: Aucilla, 73 deer and 23 mock, Nassau. Lochloosa and State Florida of State Florida Prison land-located Ralford at rents above, Issues described, and property profits of; and the PRISONS!' HAVINO CLAIMS SAID: AND SERVICE
at the Recreation DepartmentOld turkey; Camp Blandlnff.< 183 Camp Blandlng areas was estimated Florida Bid forms may be au- all fixtures now or hereafter r.TCIANDS: AGAINST
deer and 23 turkey Gulf Ham cured from that c"1R. --. attached In TATS: 21 HOURS SERVICE -
( Armory) for those teams ; at 397. V. Turner to or uiued connection Y"u and cacti of you
interested in playing In the mock Lake 91 deer and 58 turkey;. Dove hunting was termed generally Budne12.8 85 1 Yr9aatedide described with and the In premises addition herein th..r.to ..- hereby present notified any claim and and required PHONE 2645333I
Adult Men's Basketball League Butler. 99 deer and 13 turkey poor 'region-wide. TheCommlssion's the following dearrl".thnllsehold which you or either of
: Lochloosa 29 deer, closed .appliances, whichare have fiRnlnitt the estate
White house, Dou NOTICE may
this season ...________ _ !!:I will be received! fixtures, and. AnA_shall...- be part deemed 10' the to ..be..._-. John. nenHel._ _On, deceased_LU_ t. late.-..",........
""10 (;ouny
tC tC tC
Rotary Hears '

'' Sigsbee A plea for Scruggs parents to give

"more of themselves" to their I
children and less of material Slade'sI

things was made at the Starke

Rotary Club luncheon meeting I Ig
Wednesday. Nov. 27, by SlgsboeScruggs

attorney-, prominent Gainesville h/LUE

Mr. scuggs, who was born, CHRISTMAS

and reared County on a described farm in Jefferson the- I ,

days when young people had
chores to do In and aroundthe
home which gave them a 9a
sense of duty and responsibility.
Nowadays there are no yards
to rake and no cows to milk
the speaker said, so young people .
have nothing constructive to MAGIC CHEF ;

do and turn to dope, liquor

and crime as an escape from. M

boredom.He !suggested. that parents .- o y .* WESTINGsHQUSE(
,spend more time with their
children "give them love In- 2
stead of a car and so much ?: ,:.;_;, -
money to spend" and teach! I
them something constructive to rSra ti Stay on her Christmas list ''i ;"I'' i; )?f: ,

all 'round with this ,
do with their leisure time. year
: ., 43' wife's dream.Convenient I !

t.> 0 Freezer and refrigerator I ;,

4th Pecan j" x all in one. Slim ;l T Cj

Auction HeldThe *y* wall lets you use only Be"a '' .-. 9iu
< \ that's standard size. I I ICI' ll,
fourth pecan auction of this ,,. \ w. a mong the first to own a I ? {
fall was set Thursday, Dec. 5, at a truly modern "coolmachine. F ] x y
the Starke State Farmers Market.So ':" ." 19 Cubic Feet. 1d/, i'
far this season nearly 90,000 !
pounds of nuts have been sold at 469.50
the market, tar more than were i- :-.'
sold during the entire 1967 sea- Less Trade 70.00 I

son.Prices have been good this .Tw .. I t .,, o
year averaging around 38 cents 5'71. ])' t 399.50 I at
per pound. On Nov. 2 Curtis nuts t QJauolc &

brought up to 44 cents a pound, cxEe: EASY TERMS 1-1rd's wA -' __'
Stuarts ranged i from 43 to37 ."" '
cents, and seedlings sold from a Wf
low of 23 cents to a high of 39.5 f t tt
cents per pound. t
S \t ... .
) 1 ,r "::-' Glass Door Clock Timer .!


Go Out .

Bradford High School students c11F.r' FEATURES GALORE! m
will receive their second six- THE FAMOUS "CHATEAU".l
weeks report cards Friday, Dec. 9 289.50 :
6, according to Principal Ralph 2 OVENS COMPLETELY: AUTOMATIC: 1
Diggs. Less Trade 50.00
The school, under a new policy Greater Convenience The Last Word In Modern -- 16 Cubic Feet

this year, no longer asks parentsto Cooking. Be A Real Santa With This One For NO DOWN
sign the report cards and no Mom. 50 of

longer asks students to return PAYl\IENT. ,?, ;p ,. .. } by Westinghouse
them to the school. ENJOY THE MAGIC OF MAGIC CHEF } .
$12.50 Per Month
One-third of the 1968-69 ,
school term was completed last I i More than just' a range it's a miracle meal AUTOMATIC -
Tuesday, Nov. 26, when the machine! Completely automatic. There isno ER CONVENIENCE

officially second six-weeks ended Diggs grading said.period match for modern gas cooking! f1 1I', d SHELVES SLIM WALLCONSTRUCTION

Travel Allowance

Urged For Vets 359.50 r I : Less

Going To Hospital i Less Trade 50.00: 'l'f s--- I .1 .. Trade297g0S I

Travel] allowance for veterans
going to hospitals] to receive VA $16.00 Per Month 305.00 p, II i xl'uJ; f EASY TERMS

medical raised In
care was an -

executive order signed recently 4t J AS LOW' AS jij,
by President Johnson. .
Six cents a mile will be paidto ., MI WI''.

veterans for authorized: Government = $10 Per Month i
travel to and from VA It :

hospitals The old rate was five I .
cents prior to the new order.
The maximum amount per i iOI
day when a night's ]lodging and to "
three or more meats are Invol- I S :
veda was raised by Administrative -
I ::
action of the VA from $9 1
to $12 for those who choose to ;
be reimbursed on actual expense i
basis. T.. WASHING
For further Information on I

this and other matters veteransare )J i MAGIC CHEF MIRACLE -
asked to contact their Coun.p
i ; '
ty Service Officer or write Get Clothes Cleaner,
T. Dixon of the Florida I ---7--- F '. Brighter with the machine

ment of Veterans Affairs, 1'.I'I I, e-:;:: "" that cares for your clothes. .' ;:
1437 St. Petersburg 33731.
V'MAOIC, QtUo Reg. Price 229.50 -:m

In Cigarette BradfordWith TaxCollections Up I 36" Of Cooking Magic Less Trade 209.00 50.00 t' NOW 1 199 ONLY 50 O r14 i

Lift-Off Oven Door and Lift-Up Top Keeps It -...---- -
state-wide cigarette tax-: Sparkling Clean. NO D0WN
collections up nearly 75 per cent I 59 00
over a year ago, the four municipal Great Teflon Griddle For Quick, Tasty Break.PAYMENT .
ties in Bradford County fasts Completely Porcelain.
will all receive more money $10 Per Month
this November than they did in
November of '67. Less Trade 50.00
Of the 3981.089 being distributed
to the cities. Starke will NO DOWN
receive $7.160 as compared to PAYMENT 279.50 SLADE. GAS AND APPLIANCES
$578 ($537 last November):
Hampton, $280 ($276)) and Brook-
era $392 ($270)). ? $14.00 Per Month

Bradford County will receive 332 W. Madison 964.7701
$273 of the $439.596 being distributed Phone
to counties this month.

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TRV DAY, DEC 5, till

tCtCtC-tCC !CtC-IC tttC adequate! serving dishes. cookies and servings are ADDING MACHINES: M..- aace- Bradford County TeU-

--- How will you serve the the thing; plar for a large Sal or electric. For sale! 4* graplkGeorg..
A BIG SCREEN COLOR TV ) -. food? Will guests be seated number and recruit beforehand rent. Add, subtract, credit b.I.011 -
: it's a woman'sBy be served or will
and plates some help to see that .__, A .-" '"
ONLY $359.95 buf- -1
FOR Will a u. ---
food fassed'l trays and beverages are re- .
'" .. [b fet meal satisfac- plenished. Size of food for Serving Florida
ti tory? How much assistancewill children's parties should be h Since 1950
have? Above all,
the child's (
+rf. r.r+r+++ you geared to age
choose most foods which and ability to handle it sat-
may be partially! or wholly isfactorily. Foods for teenagers ooifii entice
Martha Sue McCain prepared ahead of time to should be hearty in reefing dine.

j .aw. County Extension prevent last-minute rush. size and amount. .....,....-.. ,......................,...'"''N"" ....
Home Economics AgentPHILQO" Tips from the experts include When you visualize your
many contrasts: con- guests; remember their I I
trasts in color, texture, likes and dislikes. Many Mc.r.W I | Cordially

The joyful expectancy of your budget; avoid usingso flavor, shape, and e v en people May 'be I the holiday season reaches much of the budget thai temperature. Try for about these bays for ailments or jSL h.O Welcomes,
I its peak in the traditional adequacy of family meal four bright colors; have for fighting the "Battle of
holiday foods from around will suffer later. The more something chewy or crisp the Bulge. So consider Ph $*4-S812 4&r You and Your

I the world. "Breaking limited your budget, the with soft foods. Rememberthe their desire to resist: calor- 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your
I bread" together has Ions: more carefully you should famous Pennsylvania ies. A really well planned New Home
L O141LC0 ;, been considered one of the plan. It's amazing: what "Dutch" cooks who. tried to party will provide} some Starke
most gracious forms of you can do with a little nave seven sweets: ;: and seven toed 1 that is most acceptable -
I hospitality. money and a lot of imagi sours at every meal to the The State of FloridaIt
i Are you planning special nation. have some flavor coaUast.: isIsILLEGAL
CUSTOM COLOR TV occasion foods for the holidays Not all foods adapt Avoid similarity in shape, a WI Is Our Desire ta Make You Feel Welcome and
I ? To be free to mingle themselves to party' fare- such as everything: round, To AquAint You With Your City.If .
267 SQUARE INCHES l i with your PLAN make a choose those appropriatefor sliced I i amorphous, etc.
: MASTER\ for everything the ,type of occasion. With a cold plate, have !
Easy Payment Plan Up to 36 Months '' including the foodsto The time of day determines; something pipin' hot to you are new in the area, a phone

[ be served. the type of food: for meals, stimulate digestive juices visit
J AT I HASWORTHY'SIS I Plan foods_that fit into foods should be nutritiousand and conversation.: Avoid no matter howIt call will hring you a prompt

...'.-;LL.,, '-L_"" have some "sticktoth repeating a flavor in two from your local hostess.: Please give
ribs" quality before a foods:! unless you have a starts.You're .

meal, food should be very wide choice. Finally, avoid innocently burning debris her a call! She has maps and many
light in order not to sPollnpl2etites. too many "mixed' dishes
they may detract from and the fire gets out of free and wonderful gifts for you

i The number of guests the overall effect ; have hand. That's a wildfire. And local businesses.
: will also,: influence the type some plain, good eatin' to from
I of food and it's cost. For contrast with the elaborate by causing it-you've broken '
I a few persons, a varietyof or "mystery" dishes the law!Think about it. Don't .... : 'l

foods served hot or cold she adds. Consider colorfulgarnishes the malicious woods
are satisfactory ; but with if needed. All
a crowd, a variety is impossible garnishes should be edible. burner in destroying the
v'p' to handle successful Plan food in sizes that South's valuable woodlands.If .
I ly. Too, the length of time are approporaite for the must burn burn 1968 DUl-O-Matlc Zii-Zag
I required to serve some occasion i : for teas and re.centions you care
WORTH t I foods will limit their use small sandwiches, fully-and legally! Sewing Machine (Repossessed)
? pP I as the guest list grows -
% 1 longer.You'll. DeWitt C Jones Funeral Horn buttonholes
also be limited by Sam as new. Does decorative stitches, ,

your equipment and facili STARKE PIIONB '964-6200 monoeraiiM, Mind hems, etc without attachments. 7

iMOREAT ties. When you plan, choose HEIGHTS PHONE 473-317 payments, $7.19 or $10 cost. Call Jim Garner, 372-
foods you Clan serve pro-
perly and attractively with 9533 Gainesville, *r write Sewing, Machine Exchange,

available equipment and Rental Services GaineffvilU, Fla.
those your guests can eat

with ease many refreshments HOSPITAL REDS, WHEEL CHAIR)
NASWORTHY'S have been spoiled
because of improper or in- CRUTCHES

SUPER-SPECIAL 9x12 Linoleum] Rugs $4.49 g--
_- ," '''

t t'G\ ," ,," 1 f" : >>.; : t' (1If"'; .
i :
25 % to 35 % DiscountFURNITURE &,1'1 ; ''j. > : sfL\: f ",,>"> J"w- ,

t f J ; ,.> .J =--- -
_._1 ,.. .. .=.i -' ,_" t -

1 USED VACUTM cle*... reun E. LaRue
UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY among the ClaMifM Adi, : If you find your name am brand t. cno from INSURANCE AGENCY

Now is the time to Buy that Furniture you have been g come to the Telegraph office and reeelre TWO ;arts *xc U.Mt BAUBS repairs aMuikM. ALKRVZCE At Pies Heraeowven
wantingC. FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive II 9 T12 N. x... Oaine LIFE &: ACCIDENT
Ule 375.7110.tfcrg K.y.t..e Heights '11-6*"

H. NASWORTHY Furniture and Appliances J JS Theatre Passes In. )ID YOU >KNOW It's etsy to? WANTED USED das cook

&t tCN < I INSUKAJfCBAUTO. (1'tV11. Loniohamp Home electric, refrigerators
tC utCtCtg > UrIni. stove or
I New Inneraprlngfl! ,,I .ATs BEDUOlD: L8 ]Better' built for rtartda bedS dinette sets, bedroom I
and Box Springs! VOW.'i BOAT Yow plant .or ours Phone
fy f f f CLASSIFIED AD RATES Mts. sofas and chairs.
r DOTUC: B. OOmOCB: \four lot or ours. Contact; Bu- Dahmers. ttehgHN I
Up to 15 words ____.- 1.23 Drop tJ. A On or GaJl CN3UBAMCK AOENCIPUMPS Cord Mitchell, phone C845S33. -!M4-7933.
NEW \ (Minimum charge) PALATKA BA 5-918 tfcbt( P. O. Boa 23$. :Starke.'.. 1tt WANTED Men cottage II
MRS. PEQOY age over 21. Starting
M Each word over 15 _- .07 E. Adldna St. 1,lay $295 month, promotion oportunitl.u I
\ Furniture Repaired and regular in- I
U not ,
I Extra paid charge In advance .... .85 Upholstered & Refinished NEW AND USED JIMMY: : MOORE'S :sreases; in pay. 8 hour day, 5
M GAF Anscomatic' :. MATTRESSES REBUILT SALES-PARTS-SERVICE SUN SPORTS lay week, sick leave, vacations, I
; I Memorials Resolution SI'IIIII, gut Deep ft Shallow Wells state retirement. II interested.
: Softeners A Filters BOAT !'oa please apply In person Personnel
Movie Camera 3 7 cents per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Fzpert Service On YOCtIONET: Tanager Sunland Fla Training tfeiirED
110 Lemon $L_PaUtto All Make Starke Ph.
I CARDS OF THAJfKSSO Phone 964-7081 Like: new Boston Whaler and I WAINWRIGHT
Professionalism I I Comes To Super 8 : words or less --.- 3.00 DURRANCE PUMP Only 40 HP$893.00.See Evlnrude. AGENCYFor
Each word over :10.. .07 the NEW 1969 Mercury All Your
I i'' 800 M HP. Insurance NeedsSpedalizinln
M CONCRETE BLOCK w.brick ve- ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom
.- 3-bedrooim, 2 bath bath. 1.toawa. Jim' Mobile Home InsurancePh.
5 ne home. IVi FOR RENT TV sets, baby'
i Large family room, separate outside ol city limits in beds, electric guitars and amplifiers Starke 964-6818
M cllalni: room and den. In excel Plnebi' eM. Ca y monthly refrigerators by day,
M lent residential: neighborhood terms. Longehamp Cost Co. week or month. Phone 947923 FOR RENT-3 bedroom home.
M r 5S Call 964-3641 after 3:30: ( p. m, Contact Bifuto. Mitcocll. Dahmers tfc&gCZLBA9C Call 964-5413. tfchg
pone 064-683. P. O. Box

M KEY TO PAPER, >tlice. Paper, B.*dNotebook easy terms, 2 and 3 bed-
House,, reper, nIl.- room houses. Road 100 East W.
S Gracious Living FOR SALE-2
O' Stark tfchg
.rtdforl TelegraphLiEWING H Norman
HomeAPARTMENTS NEW nice neighborhood Ei c. Range r: t. eu J'
M Town
Qit1 and Gas Heater Phone 9646101.tf MACHINE: -Cleaned. BUILDING MATERIAL, plywood -

i ....... oiled and adjusted in your nails paint, doors, locks,
M Sell or ReadFamished DoItYourselfSEAMLESS home, 93.00. Vacuum cleaner re- rooting, electric supplies plum.
1 bath.
I SALE 3 bedroom
FOR pa'rs also. All work lI''Ja anted. hag. We will save you mossy
Unfurnished concrete block house.: Large corner Dennis E. Cogclns. Phone 431- at Ortffis Trading Poat, 2 1-2
or Rd.
lot. Located 1027 Butler 1428. tfchi miles North of Stark on 301.
Buford )litc'hellPhODH 11500. Ph. 864-M87. 8t-12-12 Phone tM-T2U. Itch: !
POSTED SIGNS:: Treated to Machines for sale .1.! BARGAIN HOUSES bedroom
964-6833 FLOORING withstand l.U1er2eC each, tries: subtraction, credit bal Ianci. } house In Theressa Community
$2.25 dos Special price on larger Bradford County Telegraph. |7S down, owner will finance.:
I 686 Just 3-4 mile out of! quantities. Bradford County tf Take Hwy. 100 east from Sarke
The Anicomitlc ST/110 Starke. One acre lot. 4 room and Telegraph. U 7 milej to Brinson's
I bath bungalow-Yes''! Only S2F ,- \W ,1 JE. WANTED USED WRINOKX about, turn right house on left
MM 900. \ FOR SALE-Hotpo.nt: Copper- washer: Will pay cash or taken Store
like $123. Call at end of road. Also have
NO BUILDINGS! I C tone range trade: on anyttlr.z: Dahmers
No. block
Compare these Features |' beaUiful: bldg. sites though) 169 : MS: : : Inn.Mrs. Bill Burgess at Holiday lipvILL )!count House._tctx past in Mlddleburg Post Office turn.Go one left on

fertile acres: 70( under plow,,
; dirt Rd. Go to next dirt rd. turn
s: 8-to-1 Pushbutton power/manual 1/1.7 zoom lent zoom* from I 65.70 improved pasture.! Est, WANTED Experienced right\ house at end of road. This
i7 7.5mm wide angle to 60mm telephoto Stock Cap: 100 head. 3 waters WANTED Laundry: TAKE: CARE of children bla-ectry: bokkeeper. Must do house has been vandaUzed. Will: .
CdS thru-the-lens electric eye with manual override-guarantee* holes. B auty buy far beef. S37,- MEN Kifher. aids, laborers by day or week in my home. professional: typlnc and take be sold cheap. Call collect for
perfect exposure control | 500. 1.3 dn.STROUT workers, Phone 5332046. Up shorthand at 80( wpm. Application 5240644. Housing:
M Film pulse Indicator Indicates when film It running throuah REALTY 2117 N cottage parents watchman must indicate prev.ous experience Mr.' Grant.
the camera \ cooks and clerks ground Salary :Services: Corp. P. O. Box 1244
and employment.
Easy cartridge loading J Temple Ave., Starke, Fla keepr, truck driver. Five FOR RENT-2 and 3 bedroom month. Send resume Atlanta. Ga. 3tp 12-U
Unique new g'pN.th, \ integrated thumb release gives firm I 9616609TRAILER wide. Jet. 18 and $400 per
M you a day week, eight\ hour day; racers 12 CUBB Drawer ITO,,
two-handed grip helps' keep monies steady a Two Independent retirement, vacations, 225. Northwest Starke. Phone to RAY STONE
motors one for zooming the ether for filming: allows you to zoom J LOTS State tfchg Starke, Fla. This U an equal
leave. II Interested please 964-6114. Dependable: snack
without sick employer. 2tcb WANTED -
for professional-like ACCESS cpportunlty
oured shadeaocanforms LAKE Personnel' to work.
la who
movies eye to you: shuts out dis apply person COMFORTABLE, year bar lady,
tracing light Separate controls for accelerated motion ((12 frames $15 Down S15 :Month Manager Sun'.and TrainIng LARGE Lake. Must have own transportation
per second) and slow motion ((32 frames per second) Through- Lake Lots $2500 Up Center. CHJneivllle. Fla. round horns on Klagsley: WANTED Lady or couple t* Apply; Stuckey'a. Ztchg 12-5
the-lens viewfinder; and focusing system shows" you exactly what tfehg For sale by owner. Phone 533- manage retail business in thisarea.
you'll get on film Critical! micrcpnsm: focusing spot for sharp t -Investment PropertiesS. 2181 after 3 p.m. weekdays, all Investment protected. U'M'SCAL: : OPPORTUNITY:
;+I $! clear pictures Exposure){ reading and over/under warning signal! RENTALS NEEDED Furn day Sat., Sun. Seen by appointment : complete training at company Large United. States and Can
Built-in tacks subjects outdoor movies Back-light control I E. McKAY fished or unfurnished Strout only. Itchg level: earnui in excess of (200 adian Company in agricultural
to brighten lit Smgfe frame operation with optional 117 N. Temple Ave.,
Realty.: :: ability. representative :
week, based on urgently requires
cable release for time lapse photography Remote Control outletallows Realtor-Appraiser 19041> 964-6609 FOR SALE-70.000 BTU Ziegler per eld
N to be In Starke. Fla. Seed: complete resume to "S", in this area for Crop Service
you your own' movies 2 built-in battery testers Keystone His. 473-4816 Oil Heater with blower. Excellent -
Electric motor drive i'HANK YOU NOTESBeau condlttoa. $100. Jane E. Drawer A, Starke, Fla. for Interview. Department. Applicant

BUY SELL TRADE tifully: engraved in cola or )rtstcou, Keystone Heights 3tcii 12-U must have agricultural baccgrouod -
\ Bill Powell silver. JX.23: for box of 25.: Including 4224. 2tp l-t 1.2 and be well regarded la
Sec It At Real Estate : envelopes. Bradford IJE"D COZY area.
Call 964-6464 County TtSegrapi.:: tf FOR' SALE-Lot on Lake Alto. Position is full time, or caa
J In the Starke Plaza L. C. Kelley, Waldo PIa. Ph. Two bed room frame cottage be handled at first along with
FOR SALE-2 bedroom bouse, 473-4204 2tp 12.7 with all Lie electrical conva- your present fanning operation.: :
1 r. WANTED.. Alto saxaphone In large lot on paved at. in Stark lr.c-j.: Patly fuurtlshed. one Successful appUcant can expect
BULLINGTON'SPHOTOGRAPHY J good: : ear-dit'on. Call J. Chltty Small down payment, balance ONLY 2 MORE WEEKS of our block of the schools, two blocksof earnings between!! $100 $150
| at I 964- 800 days or 964-5798: like rent J.t. Edwards, 964- special Chrltmss:: prices! Be trading areas fenced yardarpert weekly with excellent opportunity -
. S after 3. Uchg 5403. tfchg sure and see our Yamaha piano : and some furniture for early advancement m
before you buy! HAMMOND Price $7.50000. A. J. Thomas,,
| FOR RENT-Small. fu-[fished, FOR RENT N.cely: furni-ied 2 ORGAN STUDIOS. Gainesville Realtor. Tel. 944-5701. this Write area.and tell me about your
N Cameras Jewelry Gifts I a-bedrsom house 749 N. Thomp. bedo, ::n hus located at 558 Mall. 378-5353, itchg 12.12 self. Reply at one to Alan.row
Call 964-7444 or 964- SALE: Ons coming 2 yearold
sin St: et. W. Call St. Phone FOR Ohlj.Itebf.
Box 500 Marion
e 9645884.Itcig J. *.
5070. Up : GLEN MOORE registered Angus bull.
: >>: White. Phone BA4-6U4. tfckg


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TBUR'fDAY. DEC. !. 168

fags A and B of the high school. ALB OV AVTOMOBIX.B' AM t>h the date shown for the .
used oU hauled away: from city: TRUCKS follow-In: of said Court this .1 day of No ,;y
County Seeks service stations. Several stations A new field house has also been Scaled--Bid will be received !la December. It. 1(68 -, sell of vember, A. D. US8. at Starke
completed for the BHS Athletic Mixed Plne Gum. Florida.
have reported their tanks tittles of State Business Prlsop,IteaacWt RaUord. Bid Blank. Conditions, ..n"8p.clrlcatlnn" Charles A. Darby, Clerk of theClrcult ..;.)I
Department.The "
are full and f they' have no placeto may be obtained Court, Eighth I Judicial ;JII
Florida, to and not Inter
middle school and vo up In and for Bradford .
dump tbe, used oil since (the new than 1 :O() A. M. December /th. from the State Purchasing. Com' Circuit i
Florida. ter'
catlonal-tectudcal: center on the lees for It surplus oar truck mission, William IX Blpxham.Bulldinir County "
Right-Qf-Way city baa prohibited dumping it old Conway Airport site are also Bide moat be on forma secured Tatlah.ell8eIorlda.. Room lit: Calhounelreeq By: BeulsJi M. MllQ6't li/U s .';A
Into the system. from that office. Vehicles maybe :
part of the complex. Inspected at Florida State The Commission reserve the n;
: Davis said be !will contact the In other action, the board Prison Motor Pool Monday: \ right to reject any or all bid. *

For city's engineering firm to see learned that the low bid for the through Friday between 8:00: Al :J. DayBxtcutlve Director' lit The Ce..N.*..* Cent It*
A.M. DrainageiCcntauea Jacksonville refinery la
if ia tour buses It has ordered was 11121 It 11/28 11128 It 1I/S back In business and will pick $5,624 per bus. In Probate File Ne 1-faet Ask

the oil up.! The: utilities director Tabled at a request from the |. The Conntr iudaa'a Court I. !Hlhtb. The Judicial Circuit Co circuit.."..t ef Florid!. and deceased In Re. Estate ot R.: P. Howell, ,, 1Charlay

From Paw One) said hauling the oil away iwwuld Starke Recreation Departmentto Florid A.J For Pile Bradford N... Coo.'r. For Bradford CoaalClrll; NOTICE) TO CRIIJDITOnlllTO w

BOle the uL .. be! a big Job for the city. Several use a bus during basketball In Ret Estate of Emil Me1 er. Action A.... HAVING CREDITORS orwiiMa AND on \
ror Beyers, pKRaoxa:
project.Commissioners Ruth Parker
agreed t In other action the Commissioners men would bave to be detailed season. also known aa Emll Meier, De Plaltlff DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE '"'
o ceaeed. \
: to the job. be sold. Learned that It cost $320 for NOTICE TO CREDITORS _vs. ]I Ea > 9JGhn.
with are
city of
officials at 8p.m. Carl Beyers. You and each you
the attorney and two school officials To all creditors and all persons required togrenent
Agreed to Bradford County DetenAentrN hereby notified and
Tuesday Dec. 10. In City pay having claim or demand .
Hall to discuss the matter 'Hospital the $10,000 budgeted to attend the hearing before gainst said eat ate. THE 3TATB any claims either and of you '
THE NAME OF which you or
the Department of Health Education You. and each of you are r
for it estate of
and the the
V Wcle Inspection program Fair Association New Hi School hereby notified and required to OF FLORIDA niav have against
5000. and Welfare in Washington, TO. EAKJu BEYERS ResldenceiVnknown R. F. IIOWEIvl, (ROBERT FOSTER
also came up for dlscU98lon.Respo.ndIng present any claim and demand HOW&LJ, deceased, lato About This Question:
to Learned that the tax collector D. C. which you, or either I of ta:1 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTtF1EDthllt said county to the County
a question by of
have against the t
lias collected. almost two-thhds Was told that the federal may Emil Meyer also known a* Emil suit for divorce of the Judtte of Bradford County Fla., Sv
Frank Williams head of the Now Probable government had approved for the Meier. deceased, late of Brad- marriage between you and the "it his office In the Courthouseof "While we were in n rest-
local Inspection station the kjf the taxes due"Uhls year. "That county $87,300 under Title I and fold County Florida to the Plaintiff RUTH PARKER restoration BEY of mild County at months Starke from Fla.. nurnnt having: a quicklunch i l\

Commissioners went on record! Is remarkable Clerk Charles $39.000 under Title II but that all County Judge! of Courthouse Bradford County In ERS Plaintiff's{and the former name has the within time nix of calendar the first publicationf !someone made a '"

as favoring once a year Inspections Darby commented. "It's Ina1+ethan (Continued Prom Page One) of the $39,000 and $6,000 of the Starke, ) County, Bradford County Flor been, filed against you PARKER as Defendant this. notice. Two copies l of quick pick-up of oar: luff '
has ever been collected by planner recommended extensive months from the by RUTH nch claim or demand shall '
provided the fee ida.,, within six
was $87,300 Is being held< up becauseof BEYERS as Plantlff !In the a* and shall state the gncre and camera; from our
of In writing/ .
this time. of the first publication ..
doubled to $3.50 (until the station renovation of BHS -and estimated the deferred status of the dnto thin/. notice. bove styled Court and causa. place of residence and pDatoftlc"nddr"e unlocked car. Olur Home .
Were told by Contractor Ernest cost at $65,500.Casey the claim demand must old you are required to file) of the claimant and
equipment was paid for). county. The county is on Each or defense or answer to the alalm.nt.Ilia owners Policy covers theft
State law Tries that the courthouseroof commented Tuesday that "deterred" list because of the be In writing And must state your therein I wltn hall be sworn to by
now requires owners the place of residence and post Complaint as filed agent or attorney andeoompanled of belongings away frrm
to have their vehicles Inspected should be on in another these renovations had not been I legal hassel with HEW. office address of the claimant the Clerk .of Bradford the Circuit County Court,, by a filing. fee nOna home but what of the I
month or six weeks "if the made because and must be sworn to by the In and for Dollar and such claim or
twice each year."November he felt a new build or hi* attorney Courthouse Starke, FI.... 3209. demand not so tiled. phall. baVoM. fact that the car was unlocked '
was a slack weatfter holds out." Construction ing was needed and because renovation .nt'orhll It Wr\e void and nerve a copy thereof Barton upon ?."

month" Williams commentedand is about a month behind would have cost "$5, $6. Lawtey Elects according to law T.sold Douglas Plaintiffs', 103-attorney North Main St ,
schedule and completion date >la or $7 a square toot" He said the Rnch creditor shall deliversufficient Post Office Drawer 1229, Mary\ K. RowellTxrrptrlx .
added. claim toenable
"Everybody waited of hi
copies Charley E.
until this month to bring their now estimated to be July 1, according new structure will cost between 3 To Council the County Judge to mall before Gainesville I the, 30th Florida; day 32601 of ,DeceiY.on or. ': of the 1IftfAt! \i"{: OfP. >' 1"

cars In." In November 450 oars to the contractor.' To $11 and $13 a square foot and alive one to each personal represent her. A. D. 1908 : and If you 1= tlowell dPrPaard! JOHNS AGENCY
were date Trlest Construction Co. Das added this Is a conservative Dated :November 15th A. D. fall to do so a Default Judge Mvron C. """TAUAtlorn'y '
compared to 34 ment will be taken against you Law
estimate. With VotesThree at
about 1,500' card In other been paid $250405, leaving a Board plans to begin Wed 19AR 1 Plorlila National Bank Of Jack for relief demanded In said the Com-cnuso Keystone lirlahts I Florida' 111 3* Walnut St. ft.
balance soon thereafter
months. of 469380. jonvlllp.Uy plaint and 33659 Attorney for tne TCstate
nesday afternoon "working ses- Fred :J. Thompson Jr. shall. proceed' Ex band Parto.WTTNFH1 and. seal' 1215 4t 12/28 Phone 964-S070
dfons". with M Ae- FreCUtai of the T.fldt "Will ;
organandmemberrof unopposed candidateswere ;; "TetainenV of HmVl i "MoverNo . .. ., ,
e "
And o VMS .iP d ',.R R. C: a Ie( i .ire Y'9; "At
the staff :
at BHS
:hoist body tor the neW' 2-ton concerning officially elected to the known a* Emll Mtlor, Deceased
Clerk'sOf plans for the new building. ,
City garbage truck. Only $1,100 was
The Lawtey City Council In very 11/21 4t 12/12
planned renovation at BHS
budgeted for _
the body; the light voting Tuesday Dec. 3. 'I
will bring Into the final stages
double hoist was, not taken into NOTICE OF IVTKNTIOV TOnEGISTJ.R
10 cent of the clty'a
Supt Casey's plans for an-Education Only per
f ice DueRemodeling consideration, but Clerk [Ed Park or complex at the registered voters turned out as

wards said other funds under only 34 ballots !were cast. Each Notice< Is hereby riven that \
high school site and the old< Con- the undersigned under the provisions
spent can .be diverted
pay way Airport on which the new candidate received 31 votes. of Chapter 20.933, Tjiwsof
for the body. middle school and vocational New coumcilmen' are HerbertA. Jo'Io>rldn. Acts of 1941 will reKlster -
-Named with the Clerk of the Clr-
Councilman Gerald
center are located. Christensen, Group 1; Gene cult Court. In and tor DradtordManly
(Williams to replace Councilman It will also be the culmination Pearson Group 2, and: Vernon Florida upon receipt at

Jimmy McBae on the CUBB of a$2.5 million building program F. Olin Group 4. proof ofj, publication of thin of \II no.-
the fictitious name
(Continue Rom: Page One)
; Economic Agency Board of Di. said Church
Reddish Bethel
for the county's education system City Clerk Ethel mono Manor, .
ment for the'county 1s $595.0 0. rectors. since Supt. Casey has been in the voter turnout !was the low Road ltlndkn.rIja. );: I H. "White-
but only $317,000 tor the city. 1)
Agreed to 1.800. for two
office est she can remember within bend 1102 a Colley Road,
The council felt It !Is operatingon new radios for the two new police New schools have been built at recent years. Sluike.. Florldn.DatoO ., d ,a" $ i n

such a tight budget this fiscal cars and await 50 per cent Lawtey, Hampton, and Brooker. Hold over councilmen. are 1168 this A. D.15th at day Starke of November. Bradford a .

year the $1,628 'would be.difficult matching funds. from the federal Additions have been made to Robert Scott droup 3. and County Florl ... 'e < ciuvvs."Answ
4t 12/12 a i
to refund. government. Anderson Junior High at Lawtey, Mrs. Barbara Jordan Group 5.WE'RE 11121
Accepted the low ,hid of Was told by Utilities Supt. Southstde and Starke Elementary -Court Of Florlil ,- P
In The Clrcnlt
$1.198 from Gaynon Iron Works Oscar Davis that he will attempt Schools in Starke and renovationshave KUMh. Jiullrlnl' Circuit, In Anil r

for a double action hydraulic to find a way to :hove been carried out at Build For Bmilfor-l Cn..t No.County, fullAction h

,,- l. JIL'" J.-.... 1'<_ li If V' f7"-" ',..i :>.-r ft bf.Ji III 1 "tI).._ 1 RI. Vlf Francis Caroline. L M.Duncan Danese Plaintiff Defendmil. t a 1\

The state' Ot Florida Tot, ( r /
Caroline M. Danese

CELEBRATING OUR FIRST Address You are unknown.hereby notified thata i
'proceeding for dlvorro haLogin I
l brought In the '
Court for Bradford County., 5400PER ..
Floilda nxalnst you. Ton aro Reg.
'hereby required to file with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court yen'answer
or other Pleading) In
raid proceedings! and to aeivn GALLON
,'".)v..t same upon William 11Bui .,
'well, Attorney. far Plaintiff, nqa eq i-tatr'
212 Southeast First Street CJnlnVftVlllP. -
Florida on or before the
19th day of Deo., 196R. Herein
tall not or.a Default will ho 1
entered against you.
anal nt i
Witness mv hnnd and 1
.mild Court In Starke, nrndtordCounty
Florida this 15th day of
November, 1068. :,t
(SKA.L' : ) ''
Clerk: of thai Circuit Court
r By:, Charles A., !liar'.t 12/12 ..WALL PAINT HOUSE PAINT_

0 NOTicn-TO ni-irvn! GALS. $ GALS. 1' 2T-98 I

In Clri-nlt Court llrndford 2 498 l
F] IPt SATs ONLY fount Florida In Chancery.AMCO FOR FOR

INVITE YOU Case 'juno NO441 Powell Plaintiff. 't ,
William I ponn Powell, Jr. De

fendant.NOTICH. .

& YOUR FAMILYTO To: William TO APPEAR Penn Powell, Jr. R Y ,
You are hereby notified that
a suit for Divorce has been filed
SHARE IN ftgnlnat you In tho. above< named
Court and
eerveea otuYOUr
required to copy
THESE answer or pleading to the, complaint
on the Plaintiffs Attorney

GREAT VARIETY! GREAT EATING! GREAT FOOD Starke Honorable, Florida aoorge and file H. thin original
Clerkof I
In the office of the
Court on or before
the Circuit ttJ
the Bth day of December, 'ocaerta

This is our way of saying "Thank you f or your wonderful patronage during our 1903 said: otherwise complaint the will allegationsof be takenff

confessed by you. reti ei c.ene P.r

first year." We continuously strive to bring you only quality meats and groceries ours This each notice weeks week shall In for tho loA four published Bradford.consecutive ry. 't + an k + \ +r'GoedNoutwketplrM yanuaw.r* er ww

Telegraph. +nw0o-'t-iN -

at Supermarket store prices and convenient store hours. County Dated, 199!.this 7th day of November ,Y/IArNia lNt tl 1yt/RaN101N1 r,"" :+ J'

Charles A. Darby ACRYLIC LATEX ';,, OIL BASE

Clerk By ,neulnh of the M.Circuit Moody,Court WALL PAINT HOUSE PAINT

Davis Grocery And Markel DePUty Clerk-11/14 4t 1215In Reg.500GALLON Reg.580pALLON

The Conn y. ........'* Ceset Ot t\
Bradford County, Florida $ ry $
No. 1.Ifi9E GALS. ff 98 GALS. KW98
401 W. BROWNLEE (S.R. 18 WEST) PHONE 964-6725 In re Estate of Arthmon Tyson 2


To All Persons Interested In
estate Of Bald Decedent:
HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS. WE INVITE YOU TO a written You are Instrument hereby notified purporting that o

to be the last. will and testa.

CHECK OUR PRICES AND QUALITY ment of said to decedent probate! hat In beenadmitted thl.*

court.; You are horehv command.e i
l within six calendar month.
HOUSE tram the date of the first publlcatlon -
of this notice to appearIn

oaoe sfBS. this court and why show the action pause. of If
any you con
c1I "aM
Sugar tills court In ?u .
to probate should net stand un-
10 LBS. T County Judne. Yawn r ,
First publication on NoYen r w,, +i ..
1 brr 14. 1918. ,, ,ef
ft Pierre
S9 203-205 North Temple Avenue ,
39 Rtarke.! FiorldtAttorney :
29 tor Petitioneria ul4t 12112 b' ,

With $5 or More Food Order With $5 or More Food Order The County JatJ..'* Court Of ? "011, J rei r'M

(Excluding Cigarettes) (Excluding Ci arettesGERBER'S ) "' ...1-1583,01'. County Florida +
In re: Estate of Arthmon..Tjrj0hV '
4 **> ,, 4
All creditor. of the estate of 1 {

FOOD 8 Jars \ CBS29 Arthmon hereby notified Tyson and deceased required are to ONE COAT-NO DRIP ONE COAT LATEX
BABY { demand) 1
- file which any they claim may have or spinal LATEX WALL PAINT ',+ t HOUSE PAINT

said estate In the< office of the :
County Judge ot Bradford Coun.ty Reg. *630aat.LON Mapr OApT Reg. s73oAUON
SAVE 20c FIRST CUTINSTANrSHAVE Florida.. In the courthouse p
at months from the date $ a s
of calendar the first publication of this GALS. 98 OMp1ETs GALS. 9SOF
PORK CHOPS LB. 49J notice Each claim or demand LINE
must he In writing and musttate FOR pa1Nr FOR
the place of residence and
post office address of the claimant accESParNTg
Reg:. 79e SLICEDrfSARY and must be sworn to Mr
the claimant, his agent, or hi'* dJ
or It will become Vol4 g
CO.1 attorney law. I ,., aouQ
according to
O 7 V SMOKED BACON LB.49COPEN November (, .,IIt.
/.1 I Velma Grant
,l Executrix of the Estate of Arthv

MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. mon'r..t' Tyson publication deceased.on Not 14. I '

SUNDAY 8 A.M. TO 8 P. M. IUS.Thoma..
& Pierce
i i ;o1-fOd North Temple Avtntl

Attorney Btarke. Florida doe AMERICA'S BEST PAINT VALUE FOR 25 YEARS
Owned And nil!
Home, OperatedMr. -


; and Mrs. Dorsey L. Davis TAM.AHASSKK.' FLORIDAComp.tl11" :

1 1t.I received by Sealed the State Bid Pur.wills 102 E. Brown!** St. Phon. 4b -1025
until 11:00:
t. 0l chasing; Commlsalon,



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Our editorial. .

Remember.; I

\ By Alice McGarvey 25. Years Ago!)

day .and would !be taught 'by
Alice McGarvey Home Economic Teachtr Rosa
As. Thanksgiving and Christmas Cook. Ten were needed for each
holidays of 1943 approachedmany class and those attending were'
Legislative Leaders Off &Avl families of service men Invited to bring :whatever meat
stationed at Camp Blandlngcame they wished to can: Two beeves
to starke to be near their /iwere already on band for use

Base On Inspection LawAs loved ones. In demonstrations.
Wives and children of the men Because of wartime. restrictions
came, many without previous in construction. building
reservations. All o Apartmentsand houses .was very difficult and It I
that FloridaIs will agree to such a call. Time Is rental rooms were filled] was quits an event when' eight
convinced as we are homes! took under FHA constructionwere i
and many private houses
going to be provided with outstan- of the essence In straightening in .of these people but completed in: the Bertha "
ding legislative leadership in the next the muddle created by the inspectionlaw. etlll there were women and children : Pearce subdivision on South and !

two years, Senate President Jack Ma- with no place to sleep. Lafayette streets.
thews and House Speaker Fred Sch- Soon it will be time for those motor- Charles Marotta, director of All were three bedroom homes '.
the in the area called: with combined living and dinIng -
have made one glaring ists who took their cars through Limo\ clubs
ultz already Services Officer: at rooms. The kitchens' 'were
Inspection lines at start of the program the Special
mistake. Camp Blandlng with several complete: with cabinets, electricrefrigerator
Their decision not to permit the to return for new stickers. suggestions. The solution decided stove, hot water

Legislature, during its organizationalsession Meanwhile, there are some areasin upon was to turn the Armoryon :heater and space :heater. H. M.
last week, abolish the existing the state that have Just opened [ tt 'NrIasi Temple Avenue Into an emergency Wade was construction supervisor

vehicle inspection law and pass a their inspection stations. Naturally, N..1l/irwat dormitory. The Officials for contractors Pierson &
sensible one is going to cause the backlog of vehicles awaiting inspection 1 at the camp agreed to this and Kirkpatrick of Gainesville
more within two 'hours trucks arrivedIn Another 12 houses were expected
even more unnecessary hardship and is tremendous. 4 Starke with cots, pillows, : to be completed duringthe
confusion for motorists.The blankets and. whatever was necessary month'December. 1943.
is the
reveal that
Statistics rare
two leaders put up a roadblockto i for overnight acoomo- Miss Grace Phelps associate
movement that has popular sup- case when an accident is caused by //rr \t datlons.! Miss Dorothy Wilson supervisor of the Farm Security -
a In both the House and Senateto defective equipment and that's why ''Was placed In charge of the d r- Administration with headquar.
port the semi-annual Inspection requirement mitory. ters on the second floor of the
quickly rectify the mistake madein is so ridiculous. In practicallyall courthouse, asked readers of the
1967 when the Legislature unwisely Certificates for those completing Telegraph to help find two large
accidents it is the human element
authorized twice-a-year vehicle in a course for Red( Cross Staff potted ferns that, nveresnlssing.
that's responsible. And In this connec- Assistants ,were earned by 17 She had borrowed the ferns.
spections. and Schultz contendedthat tion It should be recognized that some local ''Women. They were: The from Mrs. Lorenzo Green to
Mathews accidents are unavoidable, althoughin (Misses Opal Donaldson, Grace. decorate the FSA booth at the
If they opened the way for actionon most Instances It is the driver who Locke, Luola Swanson, Betty county fair and they had "turn.
the vehicle Inspection law, attempts Rapp, Sue Bateman, Eleanor ed up missing.
might be made to take up responsible. Mitsch, Ruth Dunn and (Marian With Our Men In Service ((1943)
other legislation. And they are deter- Regardless of how often a vehicleis Melasner.. Also Mrs. H. F. Val- Staff Sergeant Lloyd Wilker-
mined that next April when the regu- inspected and pronounced in top lery, Mrs. Junius M. Smith,Mrs. son, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Arthur Ray, \Mrs Catherine Wllkerson of Lawtey, is home
Is the time condition tt cannot steer itself clearof
lar session proper Frost, Mrs. Mattle GaJiagan. on furlough after an absence of
to handle legislation.The an oncoming car. It cannot pre- .Mrs. Beulah Kostek, Mrs. Version three years. two of which had
semi-annual vehicle Inspectionlaw vent a driver from surpassing a safe SHoox. Mrs. Eldrldge Smith, ,been in North Africa with the
has to go down In history as speed limit. It cannot stop becausea' G//t/ / and Mrs. Sue McQulstan.: Air Force. While In Africa he
of l A course in canning meats was twice decorated !with Oak
one of the most ridiculous pieces child or an animal darts into its 1 ItU
K Mr6ra offered for adults at Bradford Leaf Clusters.
legislation ever to come out of the path. It cannot proceed in a safe tit High School under the Supervision Ffc. William B. .Marsh completed -
Legislature. Fortunately, those law- manner when the driver Is Intoxicated. / 1 of V. B. Ferguson a course as radlo-opera-
makers responsible for It have come / bead of the Vocational agriculture tor-mecnanlc ,at the Technical
to recognize the error of their ways A vehicle is only as perfect as the Department of BHS. School Army Air Force ,Training
and now a vast majority of them person behind its wheel when it comesto Classes were to meet from Command- Sioux Falls,

stand anxious to enact a workable, safety. Tires that pass inspectiondon't Christmas Parade Friday jftemoonFARMER'S even'! till eleven each Wednes- S.D.

sensible annual Inspection program. mean a vehicle will stop instant-
.. iIII'
n-'II-o- \ o
Gov. Claude; Kirk, who signed the 1 iy. neacuignis/; :: aajusiea:: 10 meet :state:

original bill, also realizes its shortcomings specifications don't mean a pedestrianon

and he too is plugging for a dark highway is automatically :. DIARYdid

its repeal

tion. not hit Bradford Cotmty. t sa

In fact nearly as hard as it did neigh..
ews and r -. boring Union County. We askedan
strongly official there when the next
; road would be would be built In

ing a dtr that county and !he replied

II "never." 9 '-

Our cone alulatI ns to the : &
It Is
men who have organized the
Starke Area Volunteer Fire De-
By Sam McGarvey "partment.We attended ,a similar _
meeting some time ago, and representative !
atI Strawberry plants look from a volunteer Py Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine

I good, according to a vet firemen's group from downstate i
I difficult Electronic I is becoming commonplace a recorder ran be used in a varietyof !
grower, with the exception reported that the most (tear by the
different especially
.. way
on small boats, and
II those which had long leaves part of all]] was getting such a one of the most many popular items. Is a fisherman.
set out. That type of plant department set up.: depth! finder Many a skilled angler fishes the
has trouble getting stat- bottom searching for underwaterreefs
I How does it work? For the Mike or ledges often the home groundof
and Is susceptible! to damage And while we're fet It, !we)
oT clarity a depth finder could he the IlInkl" ". I 01'atmg these underwater
wind, and to drying out misfit well Include! the men of railed "underwater radar:' The two "hot spots" is a relatively! easyto'sk
t.t contact with the plastic the Hampton: Volunteer Fire: De- systems.. function in approximatelythe with a recorder. Its not impossible
rartmPnt.as" : they have been go- same manner. The depth finder to do the same with a finder,
Ing for some time and now are bounce high frequency waves off but it.takes a trained eye and months
to build and improve the bottom and measures the time it of practice.
There Is! a fair amount ol working taken for the echo to return to thesending once you discover that hot spot.
t tt the-service they offer with theirUnw ,
t planted this season and unit. the recorder's hart i. your roadsup
!greens! and money. hack to the same. Iwotion. No
recorder in sophisticated -
usual the growers' nave one A depth a more for
waited effort. You head straight
version of the same inurnment.
on the crop and the other A finder gives, moment to moment the action..
t the weather map. hoping for readings of the water depth on :\ depth recorder. can aNo be usedto
of fish. The high
freeze upcountry which would a dial. The recorder by means of locate "lionlt
frequency sound waves' pick up anything
prices. Some growers! In stylus and graph, produce"a permanent under the surface, and when
record of what it "nee* beneath :
t t area sell the crop In the the surface you pass over a school. it will berecorded
field and thus avoid the in on the graph. How can you
: Because of .school of fish and, not
If taken this extra feature, a be sure it's a
certainty of fair prices recorder i. about double the average just underwater debris? You ran't
t tt th mllr""tt" .Tnokr+entdlle.a 110 price tag for a depth finder. I lip. but with a little practice you'll\
t "A silver-tongued oratoroften Its worth every penny too. report" soon find yourself making. ewermistake.
Former market manager PhD forgets that silence is the Evinrude News Service, because ..

who has been man golden."
t tt of a refrigeration plant in
t has move to Birm I, as soon In MoOall'a

Ala., where he: has tak- \ (

v'r 4, a new Job as advertising YlOg1JlQJj
t \' of a regional magazine

4q wish him luck In bin. latest j

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With Thanksgiving Day late
year Christmas will be here
stt, !
I we know It, and Is act

haven't less]. than noticed three any weeks"Christ-off. F J' ( -

'berries on shrubs along I
graded roads, .so maybe the
have been at them early
I .
Come to> think of it, there are DRIVERS' KEY TO taco I
: many bride around yet and HOME SAFETY

haven't seen our first robin
Never 'park' house keys
the season.But no doubt they
their scouts around and when you park your car. It AII.IINGA
could invite terror to your
soon as the strawberries start home! Separate them from \\ HINI3'He1
: In the flocks will appear car keys quickly,easily with
6 assist In the picking an Anson Key Protector.
Click they're parted
,. 3 The new courthouse Is coming Click they're together! a verMtne. alt-purpose adding" machine' ') designed
along, and the county com for year of dependable troubl.',.. perf__ Thle
Ion !Is getting prepared by compact. 10-Key( Champion lists 7 columns end totals
2 8 999999.99. Electric operation nuke.. flgurework
: for furniture and fix fait and erroru_
:I for the new building. So

as Is possible, desks, chairs,
and cabinets from theI
I' I courthouse will be used 1L\411'11'E1A111 R

furnish the new.one. eCUAA1910 :

I i iJ I We also hear that the con Ever-handy gift for all driv
on the Hydrocarbons ers especially women. ADDING MACHINES

,which serves the gas plant From $3.95. I AS LOW
Brooker. making' good pro- AS"'S6951

I t ,specifications. It will be built, thus to primary adding BULLIMGTOH'SPhotography

fine! highway between Lake

. and the Alachua County
.. : near Brooker. CAMERAS GIFTS- JEWELRY' Bradford County Telegraph

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B R 0 0 K sister, Mrs. Tim Rogers. Mrs.
fer Yeaf awn sake! Rogers spent last week visiting
Trade at Home her daughter, Murlene Rogers,
I By Joyce Stokes and eomnlueIf( pre9ressW in Daytona Beach.
Fleet side isn't the best
. Casey Atkinson spent the week Chevy : just
end with Mr. and Mrs. Jack El-
uu___ more and family in Apopka.! the road.
SKATING Members PARTY helped Mrs. Edwards celebrate. Mrs. Shirley Mobley of Jacksonville Mrs. J. V. Cowards!: Jr., and looking pickup on .
Training of the Jr. Boys I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory,Jr., is recuperating after daughter Sue spent spent Thanks-
Brooker Baptist Class of the I and family had as their guests on major surgery In the Baptist giving with Mr. and Mrs. Don
Church were I Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs. Hospital In Jacksonville. Mrs. Birch in St. Petersburg. ;' -- -- -' -
guests of
Temple for Rev.a and Mrs. James Paul Emory, Sr., of Alachua, Mobley Is a former resident of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bass and ,...":...-:. .
fry at t
the Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton, Brooker. We wish her a speedy family spent the Thanksgiving .7r---
pastorlum on Saturday ..
night and Mrs. Eva Harrell. recovery. holidays with Mrs.Bass'mother, --- k2--
and then went to Lake Butler r--: =-- -
Mrs. Barbara Castlen of Jack- Sorry to learn that Mrs. Elden Mrs. Rogers, in Charleston,S.C. .
for a skating ........ .
party. Rev.
Templeand and Mrs. Charles Wigginsand ..: =
Mr. -
sonville spent last week here Hardee is 111 and In the Alachua _. --0: --
them Ronald to the Bristol accompanied with her mother-in-law and family General Hospital. We wish her a family of Charleston, S. C., .; ,.," ", .... n
skating rink. the Leroy Stokes. speedy recovery. spent the Thanksgiving holidayswith ", ,,
Mrs. Pearl Markey is spend- LeeRoy Green Is recuperatingat Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
BIRTHDAY DINNER ing several weeks with Mr. and home after a mild heart attack Wiggins and Mr. and Mrs. John -- ; 1reltxttttxelsrgi
Mrs. Alice Edwards celebrated I Mrs. Alan Messmore and family Saturday. Ward in Gainesville. .... I
her 89th birthday Sunday at the In Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Green Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Parrish ,
home of her son and daughter- Misses Cathy and Cindy Mobley and family have moved Starke. of Lake Butler and Mrs. Edna ---"" t :
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in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Ed- of Jacksonville are spending We are sorry to see them leave Hayes, Mrs. Stella Lovely and :, (-" -- _
wards, Jr., at their home near several weeks here with their our community.Miss Edwin Lovely of Gainesville, 11"--'"',
Brooker. There were 67 guests grandparents Rev. and Mrs.L. Lille Love of Trenton spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and :
who attended this dinner and L. Parker. spent Thanksgiving Day with her Mrs. Guy .Harrell.__ and family. t
L -- ... i OKI.: and Mrs. Craig Wood and -
family of Washington, have been
GUITAR spending several weeks with Mr. 5nlrwi4 Ikei
C4IntM j f and Mrs. L. L. Wood. Sgt. Wood
.: ... will leave for Guam next week
and his family will go with him.
SPECIALS Rev. I. T. Temple of Monti-
cello and Betty Jean Temple of
Cocoa, spent the Thanksgiving
holidays with Rev. and Mrs.
TEMPO k James L. Temple and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ and
family of Apopka and Mr. and
COMPLETE GUITAR KIT Mrs. Tom Wilson and daughter f Jam:
S of Albany, Ga., spent Thanksgiving -
Includes: with Mr. and Mrs. Ned

Instruction Hicks and family.
Guitar Carrying Bag
Mr. and Mrs. Leory Stokes
;' Book Extra Set of Strings & and son, Tony Castlen,Mrs.C.L.
iaGufif1 Atkinson and Valarle Bristol,
Picks Neck Cord ,
were visiting Mrs. Margie Williams t
Beautiful Brazil Classical and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. t
, Stokes and family Sunday. E
: GUITAR $27.50 Spending Thanksgiving with
CampUtt 4- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes were but also at supermarkets. the woods..on Saturday chores..at the beach. ..
Mr. and Mrs. David Clayton and
: Rosewood Bock & Sidei Natural I Finish Top,
. Ornate lnlti.A baby daughter, and Dale Stokes of
$37.50 Lake Hamilton Mrs. Patrick W.
: ;
. I low o. 49.50 Includes 4 Ltttoni Castlen of Jacksonville, and Ca- You see more and more Chevy pickupsin for kingsize! camper bodies. Just add
sey Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs.C.L. the most unexpected places. And why things like air conditioning and bucket
Atkinson, and Mrs. Lou Tomlin- not! They look great anywhere.We seats and you have more luxury than you'll
TEMPO TEMPOBEGINNER son and son of Brooker. give Chevy picKups strength without find in the average second car.
Mrs. John McNeal Is visiting the trucky muscle-bound look. And you'll Let your Chevrolet dealer tell you all CHEVROLET
Slimline Hollow Body AMPLIFIER relatives in Jacksonville this find a Chevy a pleasure to drive. about the smooth ride the long-lasting
week. Let's say you select a CST (Custom toughness and particularly the low cost ofa
Solid State-Fully Transistorized Mrs. Wilma Fipps of Brookerand Sport Truck) or the long wheelbase new Chevy pickup. After all, good looks Chevrolet Is more truck
ELECTRIC GUITAR Elson Brannen of Lake City Longhorn pickup that's made especially aren't everything! day In. day out. day off .
were married in the Swift Creek
Double Cut Tremolo Bar $30.00 last
Away Baptist Church Saturday.
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I' Hunters. If It's Not Game- Then Don't Aim 1 lightly HELPFUL brown.HINTS Then:freeze.I put wax New Oceanography Vessel PlannedThe

on my car after coming In the
Tallahassee "It It's not game Dr. O. E. Frye commission birds: are protected. We ask garage from rain I gently wipe Aluminum Company of America has plans for the con-
don't aim" Is the watchword director said. "With the opening sportsmen to exercise extreme off the drops: and my car shines ton $5 million aluminum oceano-
struction of a 244-foot. 2,000
Issue by: the Florida Game and of hunting season there will be caution and be sure their targetIs BO ivtcely.:" Make a few aprons .
Fresh Water Fish Commission many sportsmen in the fields properly Identified before for Christmas gifts. Cost about graphic vessel the Alcoa Seaprobe.The

In an effort to guide hunters to and forest and we should remind pointing their gun." 8y jupa Buriieu4fohr ft dollar to make and worth construction is scheduled to start in October and to be

a proper target and prevent the all hunters that only game birds Frye pointed out that the commission muoh more as a gift trials by May 19TO.
... ..-- completed in time for sea
killing of protected and exotlo and certain unprotected species In an effort to provide So I.leave you now. Have a
birds. may be legally taken. AU other additional game birds for Florida for theirs. On the north my thankful Thanksgiving. I send and diver-
Wherein I Tejolce, in my golden mow that part to the my love and best program to broaden
sportsmen had released % neighbors wishes to all This is a part of a company
number of exotic game birds at memories as the days fly walk and the south he mows at Clay Hill and whoever reads sify its activities in oceanography. The formation of a new
HOME swiftly by In my twUtght: years. such fun to be old variety of undersea -
STARKE NURSING various locations in the state. the the rest. It Is this.God Ocean Search Inc.. to engage in a
arrives and I get company :
Frye concluded by saying The snow and have respect and sympathyof bless you every one. around the world is a joint ven- ,
Christmas spirit. neighbors. The children:: all Love Lura. exploration projects
808 S. COLLEY ROAD "Game birds on which there Is when day Science and Engineering.. Inc., of
Include quail I thank Thee Lord seem to love me In the village P..S. I find craving for others ture of Alcoa and Ocean
Starke Florida an open season. is done, and I simply adore them and "nnll'S my heart Joy. Washington.MONEY .
Phone 964-6220 dove rail galllnule, snipe woodcock more hour one more _____
For one we call to each other one half .
turkey. duck, geese and
sun block away. The other Saturdaythe
1. We have complete nursing service for adults of coot. For one more time to live and paper boy and two other

all ages. Love. boys came to play with "Orph-!
To share each blessing from Ie" and I gave them all fresh

2. We have R.N.'s and L.P.N.'s on duty 24 hours above. cherry pie. It was fun.
WITH VERY I thank Thee Lord for gentle!
a day. GIFT hands 2 enjoy my church go early

SPECIAL MEANING! For beauty shining o'er the and take the bulletins from the

3. We have our own X-ray and laboratory. (Mr. lands. parsonage so anyone early can
James Monerlef Is our full time licensed technician For air to breathe for time to have one. In Sunday School I

). pray, substitute as a teacher and All YourChristmas
I thank Thee Lord, for one lead theSinging\ in Sunday
.4 We are licensed for 55 beds by the State Board more day. School. I also :help with the
r. Patricia A. EmmeI children's meetings on Thursday ;
of Health License No. 161. !
can hardly believe the summer afternoon at 3 o'clock when

5. We have a modern fireproof building with central Is gone and the snow has school Is out across the street.I .
air-conditioner and heat. 1 I IOJ Illl qpDIAMOND arrived. It Is Thanksgiving. For still get lots of letters each
me this sixth year alone .has day. I enjoy the "Telegraph"and 4
been the best since Don left also get a Ponca paper for
6. We are within two blocks of the Bradford CountyHospital. me. Now I am 71 years old, and all the news of old friends. So Needs
RING I do believe these last years I find life wonderful again. I
of all drive In on Saturday morning to
will be the :happiest my
FOR HIM.It Castle to the beauty shop. a s
7. We have a fine staff of Doctors serving the Home. life. Now my days of great responsibility New
I love my young beauty operator -
are past my
should not be given light
8. We are V.A. approved. ly. It Is not a casual gift. It 'reared and since my son and many. Alicia to LOVE.MOTHER'S and. everyone. So Make Town Finance
is clearly one of the great. wife look after me, pay my
est expressions of love. bills and take care of my mon BIO SUGAR
9. We are approved by the State Welfare Agency.. of ey-I have such a release from COOKIES: 1 cup white sugar; 1 Your HeadquartersFor
See our fine selection This cares of the world. Like my cup brown sugar: 1 cup shortening
styles and prices. childhood days all that I haveto ; (butter, Crisco or lard) .
10. We are approved under Medicare. Christmas may be the time
be to love 2 eggs; 1 cup sweet milk; 1
do Is Happy. people -
that Christmas
him the gift For
to gife love. especially my son wife and scant teaspoon baking, soda; 1 Cash
11. We are large enough lo give all nursing servicesan expresses your my grandchildren and 4 great tablespoon vinegar; 1 teaspoon Ready ShoppingLOANS

adult may need but small enough to providea HZ CARAT, grandchildren. To watch them baking powder; 3H! to 4 cups all
family atmosphere. grow to read my Bible and purpose flour. Cream sugars
FINE pray. To sing :hymns each, and .shortening; add eggs and UP TO $600
meriting and Spirit soars on mix well. Dissolve the baking
12. Mr. J. H. Moncrief Is In charge of complete laboratory my
DIAMOND the wings of the wind around soda in the vinegar and add to
and X-ray' facilities. Laboratory No. 524. my cottage. I thank God over the milk. Add this to the sugar.

and over for my blessings! for egg and shortening mixture. Town FinanEB
We Comply With Title 6, Civil Rights Law
175.00 memories for old friends for Add baking powder to the flour

CALL, WRITE OR COME BY loved ones and for my little stir Into first mixture. Drop by
AND VISIT WITH US. puppy that my Grandson Fred tablespoons on lightly greased
gave me. He had the mother cookie sheet. Sprinkle with Call 964.9091 Today!
LAWTON B. THOMAS. Owner-Adminlstralor DIILLIMGTDN'SPhotography dog, a small Terrier. This little white sugar. Bake In' 400 degree 226 N. Temple
dog had six puppies. She crawled oven about 7 minutes until -
MRS. GERTRUDE KAUFFMAN. Asst. Administrator under the floor of the engine
WE COMPLY WITH TITLE VI house: end there 1 a:'r..d found --
AMERAS JEWELRY her with five puppies.:Later he --

Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones GIFTS tiJAILIIiD *J heard a puppy crying under
the floor and one tiny puppy

---- had there fallen all Into night a :hole In the and chilly been BEFORE YOU BUY THAT

cold. As the days passed the Y

mother dog seemed to dislike NEW CAR CHECK THIS
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Steel Buildings. the poor little runt of a dog. She
bit him and he had sores on his
neck and paw. They all grew fat FANTASTIC .
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day I went over to feed and

visit with the. This puppies little puppy andgrandchildren. THIS WEEK..ONLY (Nov. 30-Dec., 7)) WE'LL GIVE. YOU '4

was hid when I called them. ,... . ',..." -: '
Which of These ATLIND Buildings Solves Your Problem Best? He came out from under lum-
ber and sat trembling lookingat
,' me with sad eyes. I thought
about him all night and the $ I 0 0 FOR YOUR PRESENT CAR
next morning went over to see
If he was alive-yes, Whoopee I I REGARDLESS OF ITS CONDITIONIN
he was alive. I brought; him
home. bathed him his sores
healed. now a happy healthy
growing! dog. Ha! My little dar-
ling to love and care for. God TRADE ON ANY NEW '69 GRAND PRIX OR BONNEVILLEIN
., -; saw to It that I had a pet. We

10' x 18' for single garage? bulk plant? re20 x 24' for double garage? bunk house? call him "Orrlhle": because he
pair shop? power house? grain shelter? machine shop? relay station? was an orphan. OUR STOCK .
This Is a chilly morning, andI
love !this kind of weather. The -
ground is almost covered with AND
snow. Yesterday I walked home
from the store and post office .
In the snow storm. My !heart .w
was happy. I used to enjoy the
./.' snow in Nebraska. when I lived $750
.. .there now so long ago.
: I am getting the Christmas ,
ar.ah' :
.rdi s Spirit in a big way. Ha! I even

10' x 18' open aide building for roadside 10' x 24' for carport and storage? check-in: have my Christmas cards .ad- _
stand? machinery? shelter? station? instrument protection? dressed. I want to make some '
aprons now as gifts and get the ON ANY EXECUTIVE
box sent to Don Jr. and familyIn
Ponca Nebraska. I plan to OR CATALINA IN OUR STOCK

send my cards early so as to
avoid the rush so look for Many To Choose From
II I yours soon. I think I will go to
have quite a bunch and our post
office stamps by hand here in
the village. MAKE A DEAL !
\ I have now lived In the village -
20' x 30' for shop building? fire station? 10' x 12 for utility room? weighing station? here .six years. It Is such:
warehouse? field office? tool check out? supply depot? toll house? a nice place to retire as a wi
dow living alone. My neighbors HUGE SAVINGS ON ALL USED CARS IN STOCK

look after me. rake my leaves
and mow my lawn as they care.ISTOP
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F REE TALLAHASSEE Florida' dollars.
STUDENT DESK should be skeptical He said"there are,of course
__ Williams was a :17,000 farmers "
Mrs. Mary otfertni many excellent companies In :
t of any salesman PECANS"I
visitor Sunday.
'q Jacksonville our state which specialize In
aerial photographs I
t lo sell him
WHEN YOU BUY A YWAs of Hampton Baptist ; Commissioner of aerial pbot poapby. They produce Sludged engines?
Church served turkey and ham 4 t)>>f his farm '
NEW HOMEzm dinner Wednesday evening to 19 Agriculture Doyle Conner has top-quality photographs I .. .J' Shelled
and charge reasonable pricesfor .. t
members of the
of the older throughout the nation them." t ANDI 1
ZAG church. At the supper were Mr. have reported such incidents To clear up any doubt, Commissioner -
and Mrs. J. S. Gregory, Mrs. and Florida la ripe for Conner suggested UnshcllcdWHOLESALE ,
Ethel Tld- ,
Bertha Mcintosh,Mrs.
Conner said. Floridians who become prospective i
well, Mrs. Katie Saxon, Mrs. such a scheme, Florida customers of aerial I RETAIL '
of the
Sewing Machine Alma Dyal,Russell Williams,Joe Consumers As chairman Council,Conner requested photography firms, should \ inswiif -
Wiggins and Rev. Melvin J.Bishop council check with their Chamber of
DELUXE: TYPEWRITER Dinners were taken to Mr. and Robert secretary and director Commerce or Better Business t I II'
Saxon, Mrs. Eva executive PECANS CRACKED
Mrs. George t
.All Ste UchtweichtIncluded' Thomas, Mrs. Ernestine Strick- of the Department OAgriculture's Bureau to verify company'slegitimacy. RPM Motor Oils keep en
t.ase! Office of Consumer .
Glll1ard and clean, cut wear, help
daughter land, Mrs., Mrs.Melvin G. C. Cox, Miss 'Floridians Services to unscrupulous to alert aerial all. "But operators.there also They are unscrupulous bank on gines engines last longerSTANDARD 5C LB. I I!

Maggie Johnson, Buddy Cox and photography firms. the cancumer' willingness to I''
YWAs serving Including -
Levi Rhoden. Conner said the company representative make a deposit or to pay the ..OIL,
Debbl Hicks, Elaine Ken- tells the farmer,, total price," Conner said NOW TILL NEW YEAR'SStarke A
nan, Carolyn Kennan, Elaine and It could apply to any businessman "Unfortunately, they have no Call Your Standard 011 ,
IT DOES EVERYTHING Youngblood, Linda Stone Gloria, Debbie Rho- or property owner, hesitancy about taking money MAN IN STARKEK. Mkt. | '|!

WITHOUT ATTACHMENTS den Hill,,and JoAnn Mrs.Salter JoAnn, Hicks,YWA that the small,black and white I and never following through business on G. DUNCAN | State Farmers
he holds has beer I their end of the supposed
photograph 964-5132
.Buttonholes Zig ZasAppliques director. from at I arrangement The opera- I !)
.Sews on buttons WMS of Hampton Baptist taken of his property tors are long gone before the 'Standard Oil Company(Inc.In Ky.) | U.S. HOI:: NORTH

.Monograms Over casts Church classes held In soul-winning their third Monday of six airplane.Then the salesman further,. consumer realizes he has been .. .. ---- ......
could be enlarged taken." -
morning at the church. Mrs. Ha explains the photo L )
MULTIPURPOSE the class each beautifully "colored ana
mel is teaching
STUDENT DESK Monday, which framed, and that other photos i
week at 10 a.m.
11FROgM 9 5 .Use as a desk with the machine will continue for three more could be obtained, colored unframed or ;
or with, the typewriter weeks. uncolored, framed or
In various sizes.
UP Visiting for Thanksgiving and Mrs. He also explains delivery of I
COMPLETE YOU GET ALL THREE Mrs. Ethel Tldwell their sis- such prints may be available ONI STOP .
Bertha Mcintosh was but depositIs SIKVICI
within six weeks, a
;SIS: 7AG MACHINE ter, Mrs. Jettle Dees of Tampa.Mr.
TYTEWRITFR and Mrs. Charles Hicks required, and if earlier delivery -
were Thanksgivingdinner is desired, advance pay-
and Mrs. .
guests of Mr. ment Is necessary.If
Otto Hicks in Gainesville. Also the farmer agrees and
Center there were Mr. and Mrs. Otto makes any payment, that Is the
National Sewing & Stereo Hicks, Jr., and family of Gaines last he sees of the salesman. OVID I
Often photographs are not delivered 21 MODUS
GAINESVILLE 378-1355 ville.Mr.. and Mrs.J. M. Baker and and when deliveries are
611 W.Univ.Ave. children of Orlando spent the made, photos are extremelypoor.

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Conner asked that If such a
i 1i proposal Is made to any Florida
1 farmer, he should Immediately -
notify him or Bishop. Conner LOW I
said he haa reports that farmers CASH PRICI
throughout the nation have
Itit been bilked out of thousands of
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1 Thanksgiving weekend here with

her parents, Mr.and Mrs. R. H. uum. i
Parker, from Wednesday through '" O0-0X + O1X
t Sunday. Thanksgiving dinner IMMIDIATI"a" ..
guests also at the Parkers were CONSTRUCTION
their son-in-law and daughter urwu ? ,. ,
Mr. and Mrs. M, R. Misner and ..,nXe eX .roro+
a $14 children of Gainesville. ,
\ : ( Debbl Hicks, daughter of Mr. 1 1.
and Mrs. Charles Hicks, went to
Miami Saturday and back Monday :::
I II with the CHS band. a a .'.
I .;:
I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dyal of PAYMINT 1 I
Winter Park spent Saturday and :::
0 Sunday here with their son,Clark OVER 2O MODELS *
Dyal and visiting Mr. and Mrs. BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY PROPERTY WITH NO :::1;;
Business Good? Barnes of weekend Holllster here PROPERTY OWNER YOU NEED NO CASH NOT EVEN FOR CLOSING COSTS. ;.

\ with spent her Thanksgiving brother-in-law and sister 12 SHORT TO PAY YIARS nu.iC -. e @) + :;:
ll -, '' ., .' Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson I [Jl.JJl..r 15 @.
4; Good 1
Burglary At the Johnsons also for Thanksgiving Vw{)
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1j 1jTOP
1 Williams and family, Mr. and
As holiday business builds to a peakandyour Mrs. James Broome and family a
receipts multiply it'seven Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Broome and And if that's not enough, Jim Walter can tailor :
daily safeguardyour daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. T.J. QUALITY Q monthly payments to lit your budget by helping ,w
more important that you Mann and daughter,all of Ca nes- MATIRIALSomcis labor costs. We'll leave as much of :'
cash and checks by using our convenient vllle, and Mrs. Katie Saxc. and you interior of new home unfinished as you : :
Night Despository! In operation Mr. and Mrs.Arnold Haddock and "" the to. You your complete the finish work and :.:;
of Hampton. tell us ;
of the yearbeforeand family eliminate those labor costs. ; 1
and night home with her _
day Wendy Hill was :
every after regular banking hours-holidays parents for the, Mr.Thanksgiving and Mrs.D.weekend E.Hill, -L'TP- rltsuai_ catraa. materials If you wish you'll,we'll supply need and the '; '

included.Use. 1 from Chlpola Junior College at in THI r.. finance them along with the '
Marianna, and Mr. and Mrs. Hill 'OUOW/NClI0CAT/ON./ / /1.1J.-l rest of the home We make ::41
our Niqht Depository NOWI! I and daughters drove to Bradentonfor A ine buying a new home a little ::3

II Thursday and Friday. of Second-Haute easier. :
I Mr. and Mrs. W. A.Saxon have
t, moved their mobile home to the Jb 32205'J:
lot next to the Edward Saxons,
1 from Gainesville, and Mr.Saxon 3281 West JIM WAITER CORPORATION BT"*
RICA construction work Beaver St. t w+ ( (Mail to tht n.or.a oHIca) ? r
{ In ?
ts presently and
P. O. Box 6248 I would till*to hnow mor.about your building I :.
,.. +
In the Miami area. financing/ plan P1. i.nd ma a frta catalog a. ,
: ,
Ph. 388-1583 ,. ;-.
Mrs. Melvin Hamel drove to ''i Inr.na.d in a Q Han 3 ColtogaCall I
Miami Friday to visit her son- agar'i

in-law and daughter, Mr. and Fla. 32070 I ___ Nom.-O_____
Mrs. Robert Krenack, and theHamel's 3001 South Addrae. ;.
Susan, 'terClry -Biol. ;
granddaughter Pine SI.
Member Federal Deposit 3hurance Corp. returned to Hampton with her for p. O. Box 9S4 write, or stop by today \* k I T.LpFen. Csunry.r .
mother of 622-8118 for complete information 9 | My prop.rry h Ixmd In
of the Florida National Group i visit. Mrs. Hamel's Pb. Send coupon
One of 30 Jacksonville made the trip to MIami -

with her.

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Or will he or she go through life always just wishing they

had been given the chance? __ ]


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Classes still forming at only $1 per half-hour NO PAYMENT Ii i

$100 to $700 1

\ Off Reg. Price Bellair Shopping Center I j I I I. I 9012 Blanding Boulevard. TILL FEB. 1969 I=

Phone 264-5711
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Hop BaptL' Church:
Sunday School 10 a. m.;
\Morning w '. -> et 11.; TrainIng -
Unio- .. m.; Evening &
Worrtii' !" j?; Wednesday evening __ _
P arer: Service 7:30.: with __ _
choir: practice afterward. T __
Revival This Week __ _

Four more services remain to- LH'OOp __
the revival at Hope Baptist I
Church which will continue
throungh' Dec. 8. Rev. Joe Ola- t kL c
chea, pastor of First Baptist ST OR.y ;
Church.of Green Cove Spring. ____________ ___ __
Is the evangelist. Services beginat
7:30each evening and a cordial 12-oz. Cons OLD MILWAUKEE Limit 1 1-6 Pok with $5.00 or More _
Invitation to attend Is extended Purchase Excluding Cigarettes _
by Hope Church pastor Rev. _
Merle Packham and the church -AroR

New Life Bible Hub>> eeo oe eoee 0 ___ _

The New Life''Bible Club for GOLD MEDAL Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Purchase Excluding Cigarettes _
ehllrtren In prude 1 through 8 __
meet every Monday afternoon _
ts III' i1h3ol In the mobile FLOUR 5 eAaRI3. 49'i __
"Children's Chapel" at Hope _
Baptist Church. _

Family The annual Reunion' reunion of the Sullivan i .4/$1 Corn .5/I. __
and Bennett families was .... . .. _

held at the :home! of Mr. and No. 303 Con STOKELY FRENCH STYLE GREEN No. 303 Con STOKELY 3 SI<. ALASKA

Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan on B .5/ 1 Peas. 5/$1. of Your Choice with $5.00 or MoreNo
$1. I Coffee
Mr.Thanksgiving and Mrs.Day.Jasper Present Bennett were eans. . . Limit Purchase Excluding Cigarettes(
Miss Nancy Bennett; Mr. and
Mrs.! John Hurst, all of Clearwater Beerns..5/$1 Carrots..6/$1
; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver *
Camplejcfon and so Gle Miami ...
/ TOUri: INC.-COP IOHT14 -|
; Steve Broadway and children
of Keystone Heights; Mr. or. STOKELY
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan of Pa- TOMATO CATSUP..5/I.1
latka; Mrs. Ruby Johns, Mr. FOLGER'S
and Mrs. L. M.Gaines and sons
Mr. and Mrs.Floyd Crosby Mrs. No. 303 Can STOKELY
Ruth BroadwayMLas Becky 1 COCKTAIL..5/$1.
Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. FRUIT
Wayne Mundorff, all of Starke COFFEE
Becky and David (McLeod of St. No 2'A' Can STOKEIY YC HALVES 4
Augustine; Mr. and Mrs. Felix
Sullivan and son Douglas; Mr. SLICED
and Mrs. Marion Sullivan and
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. No 303 Coo STOKEIY SMALL WHOLE
and son, "Rusty." 1-LB. fi
Personals CAN .
Thanksgiving Day guests ol J
L. K. Childs were 300 Can VAN CAMPS
Mr. :Mrs.
his son, L. A. Chill; his grad- Limit' 1 Coffee of Your Choice with $5.00 or More PNO 0 B IC & B EAN 5 71 $ 1
daughter Sue Ellen Childs and Purchase Excluding Cigarettes' . .
Paul Parks, all of Fort Pierce

Jr Mr.,..Mr.and, and Mrs.Mrs.Merle Bill Packham Phillips .... PO R.K. & BEANS 4/$ 1
and Billy? ', enjoyed ft familyThaksgiving !.
dinner with Rev. SNACKS, 3/39' PRESERVES .39'N, 303
. .
and Mrs Merle Packham. ... ,
Visiting Mr and Mrs. J. D. 39* .

Grlffis and family ThanksgivingDay POPPERS. . 3/89 PiCKLES. . . Bar VAN CAMPS
were Sidney Griff Sr.;
Misses Brenda and Carol GrlffisMr. BEANEE WEENEES..5$1.No
and Mrs. Sidney Grlffls.Jr.; .
Mrs Rhoda Dampier; Mr. and
and Mr. ASTOR 700 Con VAN CAMPS
Mrs. W. E Dampier I
and Mrs. Jesse. Lee. Guests of KIDNEY BEANS. 6/$1.
the Griffis family and Mrs . .
Rhoda Dampier on Saturday
were Mr. and Mrs. Stanly Gie- SHORTENING No 303 Can STOKELY SMALL WHOLE
sey and family of Miami and
Mr. and Mrs. Donald North . . .
cutt and sons of Gainesville.
No 303 Core STOKELY
Ad Brinson of Miami spent the
weekend' visiting his 'brothers ACH..6/I.
Homer and Barney Brinson. 3 LB.AN .

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Serany
of Baltimore. Md. visited Mr.
and Mrs. Price Fisher here fora
few days last week. Mrs. Limit 1 Shortening of Your Choice with $5.00 or More
Serany Is Mr.Fisher's daughter.Mr. .
Purchase Excluding Cigarettes '
and Mrs. W. II. Beahler SNOWDRIFT I
spent Wednesday night end
Thursday with her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. /
Harold Reinert and family at SHORTENING
Eau Callie. BAtH TISSUE. 5/$1.
. .
Mr. and Mrs.P. C. Mabry spent
Thanksgiving Day 'with her sister

Mrs.and A.brother-in-law J. Lowery Sr.Mr., Jacksonville and. PAPER TOWELS. 4/$1.

; the Lowery's son and 3 LB.MAYONNAISE. .
grandson and families, Mr. and CAN
Mrs. A. J. Lowery Jr. of Jacksonville L
and Mr. and Mrs. J. C.Lowery 39' "'
of New Orleans. The . . e .N '
jl7 Umd I Shortening of Your Choice with $SOh MorePurchase
group enjoyed an
tour of the new Jacksonville: International Exdudng; CigantttetMPe11UM
Airport and the FACIAL TiSSUE. 4/$1. { {
Busch! Gardens which are now .
under construction.Mr. .


Keystone Day Heights with spent Mr. Burton's Thanksgiving 4/$1 .Sausage 5/l. $

aunt ,and uncle Mr. and hits.Lutber EGG 5. 2 1
Stints, at St. Cloud. 24 or. VAN CAMP BEEF No. 303 Con STOKELY AG CUT DOZ.
::::: : .
Sullivan Waiting Jr.Mr.and and"Rusty"Mrs. Percy over Stew. 2/89 Asparagus3/$1. 0 0 o s o 0 0 0 0 0

the holidays .were cooscinu: No 303 Car STOKELY CORDWOOK No. 303 an STOKELY CUT Giant Size WHITE BLUE or COLD WATER Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Purchase Excluding CigarettesLimas.$1.
G Becky and David MsLwxt 1 of St.
Auguetine.! Beets /$ 1.

GLASSFOR Beans. ::. .5/l. Drink .. 4/$ 1.
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i Ex'TR :, XTR4d. .I. > Ex'YAA.r. I ,
FOR EVERY PURPOSE :1 I doh.GREEN. .. STAMPS! : I I 2''i.' !! .STAMPS,! ",_I I d71GREEN...'"....... ."STAMPS.....H:... :1 I I d71wGREEN.STAMPS ; I IsooD
.... ill ..... S S S S. S
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SHEA'S .: i e'.oo WONT-0/ ::1 q I CHUN TWO HIMaFrozen : TWO.Px....DYf 1.0" :.:1 +. TWO D'.0..'..."... i. ,
;( Candy' ;( .1 ; i bIM ;; ;:
... Food ;
::1 Sandwich.
: .. DDDD TH.U D.a ,, :1 sooDMu :
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I q1 By: Rots ITuCcblMoa

si Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary I

; to James uct< Mary Byrd
who were married In Decemberof
: 1917. They will celebrate tile

5 rational 9th of!thus month. Con atlJol'

We wish. to thank everyone
who participated In our fund
raising Fiaix Fry last Thursday

evening, making;It a grand sue

ci- :i 'oo ST oa 5 cesa.

D -IrTh Everyone was happy to have
d: Ralph Byrd Jr. home from col'

________________ _. _ _ leee during the Thanksgiving'

WINN.DIXIC STO"", INC.-COFVI'IOMT-I''. FAM University Tallahassee
and Is a graduate of RJE High

Swift's Premium Steak. 98 School.CHURCH Church] of NEW God by Faith: Sun.

lB. day School, 10:30: a. m. Bible
Class.; 12 noon. WWC 6 p. m.

USDA CHOICE W D BRAND CORN FED Wednesday night prayer Meeting

8 p. m. Friday Night Service

Canned HAMS Sirloin'CLUSteak. lB. $109LB or.8 sistant p. Minister m. -Pastor Eider E. W.McGoUle.Camp past As-

Pleasant Drove Baptist Church
USDA CHOICE W D BRAND CORN FED BEEF Sunday School) 10 a. m. Fellow

$ 99 $ 39CAN ship Hour. 3 p. m. Evening Ser

Delmoncos i 1 1iil 'vice 7:30.: Services every 2nd

4 . L5' and 4th Sunday. Prayer Meeting
each Wednesday. 8 p. m. Rev.

98 Clrvult. Court llrniiruril
Roast. (County Flurlilm In Chnncrrr.
LBI Cited
Noi 4tlAllc
. June .'.."'ell. I'liUiitlfr..
William 1'ulnl I'owi-ll, Jp De.
TO Al'l'UAU:
ToVllllum: Penn I'owull. Jr.
You are hrrotiy notified that
H Butt for 1)1\ort-o linn, l>etn flied
nKiilrmt you In dm ulxw. nnmad
GioiJN6 CHUCK.$1.99 USDA CHOICE Court and raunn and you are
required to nerve it copy of youranHvir
i>r presiding to thu complaint *

W D BRAND LEAN 1 Mb Pig 49i 3 Lb. Pltg. $1' 39 Pkn 100 F'HS'ampWth, 5.Lb 4 Coupon BEEF RIBS or STRIPS ncy llonnrnlilu on flip Uuorgro I'JnlllUrrnII"r.II. Pierce*
Htnrlo-' Flurlilu and file the or.
LB. Ifrliml In DIP office nf lhu Clerk:: .
GROUND BEEF. $1.99 ..
PKG. WHOLE CUT TO WHOLE AGED f the IMriult Court nn or bo
ffinthe nth day nt DocembPr,
OUR Boneless N. Y. STRIP IMS; fitlitru-liiu the ullrvntlanitIM
Hula "lnl.I"lnt111 Lin taken
CUT INTO CUT INTO Thin since Klmll. I>H iiuhllxhedonce
STEAK N. Y. STRIP STEAK or rush/ u-frk fur four r nHo.
ROUND STEAK LB $1 ,19 RIB ROAST, RIB uutlviwttkM In the Itrndford

. or DELMONICO STEAKS N. Y. STRIP ROASTS CVunty IINI] : :tl,T thlN''leKrui 7th>h.;ilnv. of XMVi.m*
) ,' .
IICT. .11.4.lH'I

TOAVG: I I GREEN STAMPS I $ 79 LIS. AVG. Clerk("Imrli'N nf the.\.(Mruult Uurliy.(Court
STEAK $1.09 LBS20. .
lly liftilnh' M.
. LB. 8 8 .,.."".ct"'c., .. 1 I."u'" '). "' Mfi'iily.lork.
LB dhf NLO tNw..,enuu call,n...7 rcut.,..nNe see, wan. II:II It 123

FwC T.i /:::.D K= :at1YN1Al .. In Tfc.. ('.,un.,. ..ad...-'. Cuurt nf
CHUCK STEAK LI. 69 LOCAL DIN. nrndfor County. Florida.
. . N-In>. 1.1"-2| ,
'rvi. Kxtiit.nf' Artluniin Ta.I),
D/I e1"Ned.

0 RTE R H 0 U S E lB. $ -.29 The To Ynu lOMnto All(ors IvrHonN Of hi.ivby, "Silt' IntoreKtoft notlflud Dor..lplI'thata :In.

I . WDBOAND'lEANBE" WD BRAND BEEF to wrltii'ii l be tlic. InKlrtiinent'liiKt ,will 1.rl..lln.and 1..1..( .
menu itt wilil .I<",,''>iit III'M been l
USDA CHOICE W D BRAND CORN FED M* admitted (In ,tirvhatn' this
SHORT RIBS. B 49 6R. ROUND. LB rourl. Tim tin herrby. ci'mninndvlililn -
1 .. ,,
T-T $1.19 eat! \ I Nix "'nl. ndnr "" "I.*
. from tinilutf.. > f the tl""' pub'
llrntlori f tliln nolli-o in nppt-ar"
994 BEEF STEW. 89'ROAST. In thIN. 'Oiirt and ..ho..- cause It
USDA CHOICE W D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS STEW..3 LBS' d nn.011. : cun., why the action or
this' court' In adtnlrtlnir. nald will.
'to prMinto. nhotilil' not Htand unri
$1.19 >,vok.il.,
. . LB. ...>n"n\\'nCounty

Flr..t ,piilIli-ntl'. Judge r "" XiKvm-

u THRIFTY MAID ICE MILK OR : North& 1'lorceiO.Ii'fir. TunpU1' .\\.*"""
R 0 N D R 0 A S T lB. $1.19 1 )Htarko. Florldn
. SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR "" All..rny. for II/H H 12'12

In 'l'ln Circuit ('our0f Klc.rl.ln
f l-Uhtli: Juilli-liil. Circuit. Innil. .
ROUND ROAST..LB.$1.19 \''' Fur HriMlforil C'nnNll. <'in l ll
RTn .
a Action runt >o.Krunclf
I.. naiirpip, I'h1InIr.rN ) .
fitriillne M. .liiincm.. llrfrudtut I -

a1? HR ,,1.Th. Ntllter' Pli.rlilii,''' Ti.-

(CHUCK IIOA5 T. 59 e t". nrellueI." unknnwnYou ri niiiKiUliVHp .
lB. iirp hereby' iinilflril" I Ihatn
. ivrnocedlnir. f"i illviiri hai
been,. lirtiitKht In 'thf ilrittMiiiirl /
$ (.>r llrmtfuul I'unnty. .
I'liil'lilll. HKIllll't. )'''". You arc
'ltcrd''y ,iiiitlicd"| .. ,10. flictlth thef'lii
HALF rk of l Ihr I'lriMilf 1'uurt )'nu,'
mistver" or ntlur rloiiillnit* In
.. Hiild ,prnrcpillnirn. and In HCI'VP
GALS.U. rope| of" HIIMI IIIMIII WIMIiim' nlimwrll. .
., '''. Anorncv' for Plnlntlff.
312 !Soul' lion>-t Flrcl fll"-I. Onln-
.x.111.||| 10.-.1',> th-'
'Klurlcln' i MI or
S. No. 1 REGULARPOTATOES /I''','. "luof. 'II.M-.. l"( ,il IC Heroin..
fall not rr n Default will it.tntcifd
iiKitlnnt. you
\\\'llni.B inv hand nnd 1 Heal' of
nil..Ie... I I'ourt. In i Stnvkp.. llrndford..
Pdiiiitv. Florida', thlii 1ih day "'
br|. ,'. .
Nut e/e I'ulx!
...nr.\. liarliv.Clcik \ .
nf the flrcult Court
fly': Clinrloit .\ nml-y)
5 Pucl' W D BRAND I"2'HI212" 1

. TRt'CK
Healed Hida will !be received In
LB. Poly Bags DIXIANA GREEN PEAS OR BEANS. BABY LIMAS OR Plui 100 Free Stamps With, Coupon office Florida of State Buslnea Prlion Managrcr.Italford,
49i F lorldn, tip to nnd not Intei-
linn 10:00: .\. M. December 4th
190S for 10 lurplti can A truck.
tilde meet be on form ...c".ed'rolll
that office. Vehicle mnv
Poly Bogs UIXIAINA CU't OKRA VJH CORN, SPEC BUTTER BEANS OR Plus 100 Free Stomps With, Coupon he imported 1 at Florida ann to
Prison Motor Ti"ol Monday
through Friday' between S:00:
MIX VEGETABLES 2/l. A.M. lit 4 I'M.
. It 31 2t I 12 21


LB . . .
Corn 10 1 EARS 69 Grapefruit+ 5 BAG 59


A pp Ges..5 ':::0 69 ivocados..4/I. MORTON . . . SERVICE

U.S. r40. ) YELLOW

Pole Beans' 2", 49* Onions . 3 ::0; 33 CREAM PIES. . . 3/$1. Gilbert S. Brown

MORTON Standard OU Service Statloa


ran g's.. .5 BAG 49 Apples..2BAG: 39 . Budget PHONE Term -XU-7071 Road 8errle. '

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:;: I I !' :: I I EX.-RA..2t..GREEN,. STAMPS. :::1:, I :: I ;; I EXTRA..,2t.( .:.GREEN, STAMPS... .. :: I I EX.--RA...6'1"....GREEN- -STAMPS--... :,:; HURST'SSHELL
: < !* COt.*M (UMMaM WaLB : .. .
: 17-01 DOW S-i. pita.wa
.. / > 0M4FLC :
: ,.1 WEX.-rRA. ;WEX.TAA. ; ATHMOOMCleaner: BIIANO, LCAM. :
IIEX.-rR : 1.., : / ;
( ( : yf Ground Beef
IiJ.It... Sliced. Bacon ;! ( rU rU..,.. : Service Station
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I. The County: ..ad...'. Court OlBradford e r Executrix of the Estate of Arth ford I i>untFlorida, tn theCounty '1'21 41 t 12 12 1
County.: FloridaNo. mon Tyson, deceased .luclKi' ".f Bradford, ('oil ...
News About 1-1583 First ,publication on Nov. 14, c'lmnty Courthouse inStarke Connpetltlv My Neighbors
Sealed Bids will
In re: Kutnte of Arthmon Tyson 1068. ', .
HiHdford ( Florida.
unIy. > received
by the State Purchasing -
Colored Citizens Deceased.NOTICK Thomas & Pierre wltlilu KinnntliH| from the "\OTH-K OF 1\" '.1""IOX TOHF.f.ltTKH Commission, until 11:00: .Ne.r .
TO CREDITORSAll 203-203 North Temple Avenue FKTITUHJINotlie "' HELP
ilntinf the Urn IHlMli-lltlon. i.f AM on the date shown for the)
creditor of the estate of Starke Florida this not lie,, ,.\It: following f aFORESTFIRESINTHESOUTH
Arthmon Tyson, deceased are Attorney for Petitioner Kuril rlillm m demanil meet IH hereby" given that lDeeetnib..r. m
18 1988 Sale of
hereby notified and to 11/H 4t .. -
required ISIS he Inrlttntf And must eta tethe IIl'IINI. under the proVisions Mixed Pine Gum. ro1.NU
nECREATION NEWS file any claims or demand glare of residence, Hurl poeturfier ..f Chapter 20.53. lawnof Bid Blanks Conditions, and
which they mnv, have aKnlnst of 1941 I. will cc-
address of the claimant KH rldn lets Specifications
held at be obtained
Registration te being said estate In the office of thE In ,.1.... C..uii.J. JmKV-N Court. I,, nnd must lie sworn' to hv the "'" with the (Cleik of the.ClrPult from the State may Purchasing Commission -
the Recreation Center dally] for County Judge of Bradford Coun %ml .For llrniKi.ril. Count?. (claimant his invent or his attorney Conn' In and for nrndforrtCmmtv William Di Blootham s 1l
basketball for boys ty, Florida In the uourthuus.r Florida Kitn.. iir It will breams voidncrnrcllnir Flurlilii, upon\ recelot of Building. Room 112. Calhoun. E V MATHEWS
League In lie nul.ll.iitli.n! of this notice e
City at Starke Florida within all : Kmate of Emil Slayer to. law. 1>I'mr..r Street Tallahassee Florida.
HlMo knunn /lie Kmll: Meier. Do- TCnch: .r."lIto.hall\ deliverNufrtrlent the flitltioilM name nf ;Mlin -
to 17 of age. calendar months The Commission the
0 years from the datEof reserves
,,, Churchllond
Bethel \
the i eawd. copies of his claim to uM" M i. right to I
de first publication / reject +
Hawks of thla any or all bids. Well
basketball the DrillingMelrose
In 'ida.
notice. Each claim or demand I -N'"T"'lc Tu l l-HKDITOHS enable the County Judge to mall Stnike I"I." AI J. Day Iltt
feated Falcons 65.53. and the must he In writing and must f sunn To nil creditors, mid ,all perhaving .- one to. each personal\ representative ..:11101\111",1... \ "$,,1 I ("'rdleyStarc 11Rnnd. Executive Director 1 /
Hawks .also defeated the Dukes pout state office the place of residence and j 1'/i'/lII1HI fIR III I'lnlnm,'..''nl". rr dcmancU / Dated NoM-mlicr, lath, A. P. h. ) e. 1102 Fln.'hlllOnl.1 ___ 11128 2t 11I /S I Fla.
of the claim
Si-79 In another thriller Saturday ant and must bo to | you, nnd v/I'h..r, ynu are 1 1'niiFlorida' t Ihl lx 1 I"h 1 ,III" of X.n- I _
sworn by hereby noilileil and required' National Hunk Of Jnrlsonvllie. \"- A, !P at Starke. nrndol Phone 4755101Myers
I her lifli
the ,
claimant his front or his' ., E F WE I
night. present| Il11 lulnin I and demands ('ou"IY l Flnrlfla.IIVVITA'T DON'T HAVE IT I
attorney It will
or boro-mc
There will be a doubleheader according to law. void which you in, either| of you, By 1"I..d.1 Thompson Jr.AN 1121 H 12 12 we'll get It for Pumps
yon. ,
near have met the Kxwutnr: of the Last Will
Saturday night November II, 196S. sign cBtnte of (xbnr
basketball game /81! Velma ClrantVH1.MA Emil Mf yer also known /la Kmll And Testament of Emit: Meyer T TO Bf Supplies Furniture. Equip SERVICEand
-the Hawks vs the Phantoms of : GRANT Meier; d""IIH"1., In t,. or Hnid- /nun known us Kmll: ;Meier,, Het BY STATE Pl'HCHASISO ment. Bradford County' "This is our new reward REPAIRS .
.Jacksonville, and the Falcons vs eaced Teleeraoh. ''ounish unit.. I
the Boys Club of Gainesville. rrrrrrrrrtt rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrerrrrr. rrrrrrrrrrrrrrtlM
Game time 7:30.: I i'l
ADULT SCHOOL i i iI iz7ieae2

erate for All Job according with Citizens advancement the school are to your asked In needs preparing registerIng to coop'and- i I ; gf &I H VVe sell only i i

for a new Job or self Improve I II
ment. Classes are offered at U S D A I I
the Vo-Tech Center. For infor- I II I 1
mation call 964-5344.

NOTICEDell Charpter will hold Its regular SMOKED. PORK 1
meeting tonight (Thursdayat i 11 Choiceld i ii

8 p. m. All members are
asked to be present and on time.

Business CHURCH Bethlehem of NEWS vital Free importance Will Baptsit i SHOULDER U beef steaks i i

Church Rev. Jasper Williams!
pastor. Monday :night. Choir No. and roasts.
1 will rehearse. Tuesday night I
1 II I
Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board I SUPERMARKETS
No. 2 will meet. Wednesday 1
night) Prayer Meeting Story 1 6 TO 8 LBS I
Hour and Ladies Circle. Friday I
: ;
night Prayer; Band meeting. II EID- ell
Saturday dinners will be sold : C I II
from the kitchen. Sunday Schoolat I ) 2 I s1..exs I,

!In charge 9:30: with Mrs. Alberta Rlsby ; 11 U S PERT OF AGRICULTURE I FREE TOOl! I

Greater Allen Chapel AME I II I
a r r I
Church Rev. L. A. Sampson I LB II II
pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m.
with Mrs. F. B. Delestre in I aTh\jE-) II I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY II
charge. Morning Worship at 11 I I I THRU SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7th I'
with Junior Church In charge. I I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I
Speaker will toe Master Joseph
Morris. Evening service 6 p. m. : IS I I
There will be an official meet-
Ing Sunday to organize for the ,
new Conference Year. All mem- 1 1re
bers are asked to be presentand
on time. New officers will a -
be elected for the year. p-j
Triple Anniversary *f the
Greater Bethlehem Free Will ,
Baptist Choirs. Rev. Jasper Williams -
pastor will celebrate its
Anniversary Friday Nov. 6, UBOA UBOA /
starting at 8 o'clock. All choirs CHOICE CHOICE
will march in singing "God of '
Our Fathers." Choirs of various : 0'L
communities will partici-
pate in the program. Come one
come all and let's enjoy a sing-
Ing feast.
8, the Church
Sunday Dec. .
will form a motorcade for High ;
1 ( (
Springs where we will observea
Family Day program at Mt.
Olive Baptist Church, where I / 1
Rev. G. G. McArthur Is pastor. a
AH members and friends in the .
motorcade will meet at the
Church at 9:30: o'clock. Leaving
time. 10 o'clock. Returning
home Sunday night. The miss- .
ionary program of the Church
will be in charge of Sister
Sarah Prince president. Come _
let us enjoy the spirit of Christ. _

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.......,...wa.Aa.w 1 I I GOLD MEDAL .

Pvt. James C. Grlffls. son of I FLOUR I
Mr. and !Mrs. !Paul Griff of 1 .
Route 1, Starke and Pvt. Leo : GOOD ONLY AT FOOD FAIR.I
D. Crawford son of Mrs. Lettie _, _IJ I AND SETZER'S STORES. I

B recently, Crawford graduated of Route from 1, Lawtey eight i-EXPIRES- -DECEMBER- -11th.- I _

weeks of boot training at the
Marine Corps Recruit Depot ;1I I JL -':. : I
ParrU Island. S. C. They will NESCAFE ITSN/ THE BAG"I

now weeks undergo of Individual from two to combat four 1.Y'esh I : FANCY GOLDEN RIPE I $$J I

training: before reporting: to their GIANT 24oz SLICED

first Marine intensified Corps training assignment.The :program i j eo PULLMAN WHITE j
emphasizes rigid physical 1 BANANAS i
conditioning and survival techniques -
both at sea and ashore 1
as well as marksmanship with BREAD
the M-14 rine and 45-caliber !

pistol. i COFFEE i i

1st Sgt. Eugene Wilson son of '
Mrs. Daisy M. Jones of Keller -
St., Starke has been awardedthe i itC 1i

while Combat serving Infantryman with Co. D Badge, 1st. i lOoz 99 <: i i i 4/9cc i

Battalion of the 4th !InfantryDivision's I JARCalifornia L B
12th Infantry in _
'. I I
Pleiku Vietnam. The Combat I :
Infantryman Badge has been { I I
awarded since late in World WarII
for sustained ground contact -------Th---1
against emeny force. Sgt. Wil _
son's wife Lillian, lives on Route _
1, Starke 1I

Airman James O. Sellers eon 1I21i
ft Mrs. Carrie B. Sellers of I DINNERS
Route 2, Starke. has receivedMs
first U. S. Air Force duty
assignment after completingbasic
training at Amarillo Air et
Force Base Texas. CANS e EACH
He has been asslngned to Hill
AFB In Utah for training and
duty In the transportation field.

I Pfc Leland w-: Long son r>t
Mrs. Melba 0. Long of Raifrod
'' Road Starke Is serving In VietI KRAFT r4n IN Df COBAttl* CAM
I: nam with Force Logistic Command LISTERINE
;". the largest supply service MACARONI SWEET BUNS HOLIDAY RIGHT
and maintenance: support\ ANTISEPTIC

I'; organization Corps. Serving in U. S.the Marine Marine and DINNER POTATOES FRUIT CAK MOUTH WASH GUARD

1; South Korean forces fn fiver
1 northernmost provinces of South *
! Vietnam its drivers covered! i/i 00SIZ7
I I' more than a million: and a half c 2
miles last year delivering sup- BAG ?Wr. 0

pile*. w- _

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I Keystone Rotary :

Keystone Hilites! Boosts Cleanup Tot'


Please Phone In Your Items 4734148WOMAN'S a President Jim Chesington Council
c&tiled upon members for sugwttons -

for cleaning up trash FOX .
CLUB on Sunday, Dec. 8. It is hoped that :td litter in certain areas of BAKER .N

Members of the Keystone all ladles of the church will prepare u Le city at the Keystone Councilman Airport to the Sportsmen's Club;- Cook, and Ray Wlnans, after "
their favorite "sweet" for K-eights Rotary dub meeting Incumbent City revision of theSportsmen's
their proposed
Heights Woman's Club were Two hundred and 80 votes werecast
and former City
this sale. Is.st Friday.It Everett Fox Club lease was rejected
to have John Herbert from total registration
privileged The next meeting will be a work Clerk Joy Baker were electedby a
Jr., conservationist with the University day on Dec. 16, at which time the was suggested. that educa- Keystone voters Tuesday to of 373. by the hunters as unac .

of Florida Agricultural ladles will clean the church for t mel clean-up programs be two-year terms on the City Donohoe, chairman! of the ceptable. ,'
Extension Service, as guest 4 ,.If Airport and Safety Committees In a pre-election statement
Christmas.The '. p romoted by civic groups, Council, starting January 14. '
said that defeat
at the luncheon Councilman Fox
speaker meeting, Catholic Council of St.William's _A B:ftools. and businesses of the Fox led the ticket with 1 t (had vigorously opposed leasing ':-
Nov. 26. ': of Donohoe' would Indicate
Tuesday, of the for huntlnllPI11''OSe'S.
will meet Wednesday Baker was a any airport
c ty: also the placing of more votes while Mrs.
Mr. Herbert attended the University while Fox Just O9 a repudiation by voters of the _
of North Carolina wherehe evening Dec. 11, following the '4-: $ t(. a id larger trash cans: and the close runner-up with 182. Incumbent ) the airport
+ favored the planting- majority stand on
7:30 All strongly
are .
mass. parishioners of Our Charles Donohoe ran
P wttag "Keep CityLean"
earned a bachelor's degree In the event
Issue. Fox said
carrieon in :
Invited to attend. hunting
program \
then returned to the University C signs at strategic points third with 113 votes, and will such
He recent years by the gun club. of a verdict at the polls,
of Florida where he receivedhis :L the city. yield the seat he has held few
BINGOSt. Mrs. Baker took no public he did not think! the majority

master's degree. William's Catholic Church ....yy.yyyyyyyyyy nnNDMN the past three candidate years. In the stand on the Issue. should proceed with the grazing ",
With his visual aids slides; sponsors bingo sessions every fcI The fourth The controversy may be back lease at the December 10 '
showing terrain and water Friday evening, at 7:30 p.m. The I race, A. R. Marwlck, received In the limelight at next Tues- meeting but should let the ..,

sources of North Florida the games are open to the public. ) BEACH 30 votes. cent of theclty.s day's council meeting when matter rest until the new council
Seventy-five per
club members learned many Interesting
Mrs. Ward Bessette's sister-in-
is seated In January. .
turn- bids will be opened on a pro .
facts, a few which law was the lucky winner of the (tk Rants Fe)' registered strength posed lease of airport acreage The reaction of the Donofoe-

disproved many commonly accepted Jack-pot two weeks ago. 4 By MlctuMl H. Obtttf! ed out to vote In an election for cattle. grazing purposes. Cook-Wlnans majority to this
theories. Water and trees; that stirred uunusual Interest
.... 475-2171 viewpoint will be determined'
The grazing lease bids were
were two subjects of conservation CUB PACK 305 because of overtones from the
kciiiI when the matter of grazing bidsoomes "
\ covered In Mr. Herbert's: The highlight of the monthly .. .... AA & &&&&& &&&. prolonged controversy over sought by the council majority, for action Tuesday.of .
lecture. A question and answer Cub Pack 305 meeting on Nov. J Greetings friends, from your leasing portions of the Keystone comprised of Donohoe, James up "

period followed his presentation, full rolling-reporter. I, .
21 was the presentation of the '' II iendly
Hostesses for the occasion Geologist Badge to Webelo Kevin s many other people I knowre ? "' ''' .. -- ---- "

were Mrs. John Bird, Mrs.Eldor Bannon. From a possible 15 : am still full from all that rvyyRmYMELROSE .\

Kimmons, Mrs. Lewis Patterson,, badges, Kevin has earned 14, .. ." g,>od food last week. It's a good :

Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs. H. Drls- setting a fine example for the ,.. "t... '.....,."...},;,1 tI"I"II IM g th ere'3. fur weeks tu-- Indians Mashed
coll Mrs. C. King and Mrs. Nell .,
younger Cubs. Other awards pre- t.ween Thanksgiving and Christmas
.'iI- "; i
,Lee Miller. sented by Art Kiefer were: Harry ..." ,..- 1'1 to give people a chance

Wagner, 3 silver arrows show- 01"t,.(o recover. The way the weathr By Joyce Rowe
"BEEF-EATERS DINNER"A man; Dana Goetzman naturalist; ,; -+ was last week, It seemed Potato BowlHy
dinner featuring roast beef :'f. e .I&&&& & &&& & && &&&
and Bill Strlcklln naturalist ath Thanks-
;-'i. lore like Summer than :
will be sponsored by the Woman's; '. .......... :.,- Guests last week of Mrs. J.T. '\
Club on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the lete.Following .. ,. .. .,."." II:Iving. :MIKE: rillTTY
the flag ceremony, : + about her son-in-law and "
Chitty's are I Gtreen were
..- Well the
.It. .
... ..
The will .
clubhouse. ladles serve ... .
Stinson'sDen --
conducted by Joyce .' .. ;; from the "Bugs, Mr. and Mrs. w. u.
'' ;: cuperated I daughter it in from
from 5:30 to 7:30p.m.Admissloi ... :J .. t.. ). School Indians Mike Murrhee
.. High'
4, and led by Den Chief Bruce c ,,"_ 'oCo.,,", .Ji I std we had a pretty normal J Lang and children of New Or. The Keystone Jeff Batts added the
( tax for the 4, and
will be $1.50 including ) Wed.
Bannon, Chairman Frank Bally had Thanks closed their season
mother J JJ.randmot.her leans. La. They all
/reek Tuesday, my the Indiansa
and 75? for children undei extra point to give
adults, extended a hearty welcome to new Alice McLean Becomes Bride i Copeland and I giving dinner in Gainesville :nesday night Nov. 27, as they
Nancy : I
12. Tickets are now being sold bj: Bobcat Mark Barker. Mark was and did her other son-in-law and ]lost to St. Joseph's' Accadamy slim 7-6, lead.
,rent to againIn
club members.The inducted in the Webelos Den by j from St. Augustine, ,in the Po. The Indians threatened
regular business meetingof Of Marshall Beam In Keystone Church erne chopping. Grandmother daughter, Dr and Mrs. GeorgeT. the fourth quarter, when they .
Cubmaster Jack Bannon with an : Gain- family. When 1 1t.he ate; Bowl (Hastings) 137.
In and
and I stayed Singleton,
the Woman's Club will be held Impressive candlelight cere :opeland said "I felt robbed. drove to the 7 before running
Sat. J Roy Bayless *
Dec. 10 at 2 .. >sville. until Thursday night Langs returned The Flashes
on Tuesday, p.m. mony. Den Father Art Kiefer played one of their out of downs.
My boys
with '
Mrs. C. J. Yaudes, Dlstrlc stood as proxy father for Mark.A Miss Nancy Alice McLean and fornia. Beam attended school in ,with my aunt and uncle Teenie in-day. Mrs. Green went ab 1 best games but lost because marched to their 40( before being .
Mrs. chll- Christmas
of FFWC will be the and Roy Crenshaw and them to spend
Director j Keystonetook
"hammy" award should have Marine! Pic. James Marshall Jacksonville and Keystone I everything that !we did was called forced to
guest speaker. All members are been presented to Webelo Harry Beam were married Saturday I IrenJoan and Terry. Thursday their home. back" The Indians ,were over on their 40( then fum.

urged to attend this meeting, Wagner, who kept the audience afternoon. November 23, in a Heights was graduated School In from 1967 J ifternoon.. we were Joined by Mr. and Mrs. James Barrlnger I plagued with 200 yards In penalties 'tied the ball on the first play,
Keystone High Thanksgivingat
amused with his pantomlne rou- conductedby I ny mother, and. the Crenshaw'slaughter and sons spent and Jackson recovered for St.
double ring ceremony and uncertain officials.
and attended St. John's River with relatives. ,
WILLIAMS NEWS and son-in-law, Peggy Cape Kennedy
ST. Mariani
tine. Supported by Leon Rldaughtand I ',Joseph's. With runs by
Rev. Leon Mllner at Keystone Keystone got rolling early In
The St. William's Altar Society Junior College. She Is employedby and Wayne Hersey. Jack Chamblee son of Mr. ,) droveto
Neal Cannon, Harry gave a Heights Community they moved to midfield :and Langston. St. Joseph's)
I the
met Monday, Nov. 18, in the Recreation hilarious rendition of a mean the University of Florida Mr. and !Mrs. Frasier and and Mrs. Thomas Chamblee. game as their the 11, then Langston took It
Hall. Father Augustine "wtddle" kid and a snowball. Church Gainesville. children and Mls-s Barbara celebrated his 11th 'birthday at from deep in own In for the score. Drazd added '
ol stopped.The .
the daughter
Beam Is before being
Griffin and 21 ladies were present Additional Webelo skits were Mrs. Pfc. Beam attended schools In Barrows of Jacksonville spent his home Friday. territory the extra point and St. Joseph'sled )

for the meeting and social. presented by Mark Kiefer, who Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mr.McLean and Keystone Heights and Starke. ,Thanksgiving weekend with Holiday guests of Mr.' and Indians punted Flashes, then held and with 4:02 left in the game.

Plans were made to hold a bake displayed his budding talents on Little Lake Geneva. He graduated from Bradford their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. M. Robinson were their the St. Joseph's Among the 200 yards In penalties -
sale following the 9 o'clock mas; the ukulele, and a silent-spot Mrs. William Beam, Jr. Kek- High School 1967 and attended Daryl Barrows. daughters and families Mr. and forced them to punt. Jerry suffered by Kestone were

pantomine given by Kevin Bannon stone Heights, are parents of the Montreal-Anderson: College, N.C. Marshall and Nancy Beam Mrs. Andrew Dunk and childrenof Turner took the punt on ,'his IS to, 43 yards of 52 in the first St. '
all the
and Gerald Keeth.In bridegroom. He has completed basic training (the newlyweds) are spending Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. and returned It way Joseph's drive The Indians
KEYSTONEHEIGHT.S tune with the "Showboat" Nuptial vows were spoken before with the U. S. Marine Corpa. this; week at the Arthur Lutgen Richard Logsdon and childrenof the 50, as he broke around the dominated play throughout the -
alter appointed with an end. The Keystone drive was;
routine Den 4 sand and played an back Orlando.
home. The Beams are Just game. They tallied 150 yards
"Michael Row Your Boat" and arch candelabra and multi-taped Anabel and Reda. halted by a fumble, which was
from their honeymoon In Jama !Misses to rushing (approx.), and 123 yards
"This Land" using original Instruments spiral candelabras. Arrangementof Services Held lea. Robinson and Mrs. Emma Kellyof recovered by Tom Jackson .

coconut halves,bone white Chrysanthemums! and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Shawyev East Palatka and Mrs. I. C, start the Flashes flashing on passing.The Keystone Indians close

rattles, Jugs, mop bucket bass, eladioli wore accented by pastel For John Bensel have gone to Palm Beach for Robinson of Gainesville spent. the Keystono 15. Billy Langston their football sea.+Oll with a 7-4-0
ukulele, bull roars, drum and blue Chrysanthemums, and Of Keystone winter. Thanksgiving with Mrs. E. W. :picked 14 yards down to the 1. be *
, maracaws. Kuespert's Den. 2 ft\ndlng! : ; -! >J'nmtealj! ; : / O T. Boswell. Stelnert. Then Louis Mariana ran in for record of which they
Mr. and Mrs. Indian followers -
? J hope you
DIRECTOR pantomlned a jass rendition greenery, Family ;pews were decorated the score with 42 seconds left '
Andrew J.
his Mr. and Mrs. With-
John BenseT, 70 of Keystone of Okeechobee. have enjoyed reading these
against a riverboat backdrop, with procession aisle left last week to make In the half, and the Flashes led :7
brother and sister-in-law. Mr. erspoon I've
much enJoyed -
half as
Club Estates, died November reports as
complete: with buckdanclng, lip candelabras. Arrangement 3-0.
and Mrs. Andy Boswell, from' their home in Anaheim Calif. for un-
RABY'S AUTO movements and Instruments. white flowers and greenery. 15 In a Gainesville nursing home foi Keystone came out fired up writingtllem you.
to They have lived In Melrose
Tuesday Friday.Mr. next ____
Between skits, Cubmaster The soloist Mrs. A. T. Fraser, After a lingering illness. He WAS In the second half, as they took til year
and Mrs. J. T. MIddleton, many years. CONGRATULATIONS,
SERVICE Bannon voiced special recogni- Alf "Still Is in Germany the opening kickoff, then march.
Jacksonville sang born Frankfort on of Tampa visited her brother Miss Dora Byron of Atlanta, INDIANS ITrade I
Complete' Auto RepairsAir tion for Den Chiefs Tony Burker the Night" and "Wedding Pray April 3, 1898 and lived in Keystone and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ga. spent Thanksgiving with I id 63 yards for the tying score
for their individual
and Bruce Bannon "
Organist was Mrs. Conditioning Repair! contributions to the club. er. Heights for eight years.A D. W Carpenter, last Tuesday. Mrs. D. B. Lynn.
Nail Sr., of Jacksonville. retired llghographer, he wasa Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hunt and
& Automatic Transmission The boys have been most beneficial Given in marriage by her Lather lor Your OWII uhf I
Service with their assistance to the member of the First Luther Reddish and children, of Starke son. Craig, spent Thanksgiving at Home
the bride wore an empire with his mother Mrs. A. L. 11I4 totnmunill; ;
473-4404 leaders and individual membersof silk-faced an Church of Gainesville and a were guests of the Carpenters.Mrs. ogres
PHONE styled A-line gown of that Hunt Alachua, Mrs. Barney
George Ellis reports In
Little Lake Bedford organization. peau de sole featuring a scalloped veteran of World War II. returned vile and Mrs, Scott TLson of Gainesville; Mr. Ford's
Parents and Cubs are remindedof Mr.! Ellis, who is In the Veterans Hunt also of Alachua <
neckline and lace bodice Surviving Is one brother. brother and stster4n-law, Mr.
the Christmas tree outing plan- Hospital in Lake City, Is home with them and spent Orange Heights.
BEAUTY SHOP ned for Saturday, Dec. 14, at encrusted with seed pearls. Henry Bensel, Detroit, Mich.; doing better. Thursday night. Jeff Barrlnger. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Ford, of Palatka -

10 a.m. The informal Christmas Her( chapel length coat train and a sister, Mrs Elise Stauffer, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James Mr. and Mrs Dock Tlon and!! and Mrs. James Barrlnger, cele- : Mr. and Mrs. John Vevmu-

KEYSTONEBEAUTY party will be held at the Dec. 19 .of peau de sole was ap- Miami. spent Thanksgiving! In Ocala daughters Irma and Vicki, spent brated his 6th birthday last elen of Jacksonville: Ray (Ford

pack meeting. The father-son Indian pllqued with lace. The fingertip Funeral services were held at National Forest. Thanksgiving with her sister week. Mrs. Helen WhItton and children -

SHOP windmill projects will be on veil of bridal illusion was draped 10 a. m. Friday in the DeWitt Mr. and Mrs. James Robbins Mr. and Mrs. A. (M. Howell, of Mrs. Charles Spires Sr., and! Tom and MarcIa, of Mel-

display at this meeting.St. from a bow of peau de sole C. Jones Chapel Keystone and son spent Thanksgiving Mlcanopy.Mr. sons\ Evans and Gregory, and rose.Mrs.

EDITH JOHNSON, Owner Anne's Parish House is the with lace petals and brilliants. Heights, with Rev. Robert Burch Day in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sapp\ and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Spires, all Irma Wilkes and children
Personal and Creative Hair Sty( new location for the weekly meetings She carried white carnationsover and Mrs. Bob Strickland and children visited Mrs. Sapp's of Miami spent Thanksgiving of Edgewater spent Thanksgiving -

Ing Every Form of Beaus: ; of the Webelos Den. a white satin prayer book. officiating. Interment was InH1l1cre. family mother, Mrs. Hattie McElveen, with Mr. and Mrs. Albeit with her! parents, Mr. and

Culture Tues..sat. 9-5;; closed DEPARTMENT The maid of honor, Miss Terry .!>t Memorial Park Ceme- Alton Bell of Kembroke, Ga. In Sumpter S. C. Spires Gregory will stay with Mrs. J. V. Slade.

Monday. FIRE Fire Chief Ed Bennett reported Gentry, of Jacksonville, wore tarp, Gainesville dropped by for a visit with his Mrs. Esther King and Mr. and :hIs grandparents, and attend Mr. and Mrs. Red Thompsonalso

only one fire call during October. empire styled pink. chiffon with cousin, Mrs. E. B. Watkins last Mrs. Donald Williams visited Interlachen Junior -Senior High had a houseful! of companyfor

NURSERY First Aid Officer Everett Fox re- lace bodice and shoulder length Friday. relatives in Hartsville, S. C. School where he will be a Jun- Thursday dinner. They included -

ported 10 ambulance calls for the veil of pink tulle with pick lace Peggy Voyles, who Is living at over the weekend. her parents, Mr. and

D.C. Carnes NurseryHwy. month, and reminded members circlet, and carried a bouquetof St. Johns River Jr. College, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stinson ior.Thanksgiving guests! of Mr. Mrs. E. L. Anderson of Lake-

659-216:, that occurrences during ambulance white chysanthemums on was home for the Thanksgiving and children and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl( Ford included land: her brother Mr. and Mrs.

100. Florahome Thousands- e:f calls should be treated con- pink net. -BAPTIST holiday. Peggy's fiance, Lewis Richard Stinson and daughterof Bill Anderson and son Ronnie,
Nursery- Stock Fnrtt- fidentially. "Miss: Julie Peterson served George Jr., and his parents Keystone Heights spent tlles.. of St. Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs.

Plants & Trees to ohooe&o; Fireman Beam reported on the bride, as flower girl wear* First Baptist Church Rev Mr.: and Mrs. Lewis George Sr., Thanksgiving with Mrs. Jerry Jeau and children of Klng-of- Bill Rhodes and sons of Albany

from Shade Trees. Evergreens containers. purchase of boots, hats and coats. ing on empire styled gown of Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sunday were Thanksgiving guests of Stinson's parents! Mr. and Mrs. Prussia, Pa.: Mr. Gary Kalos Ga.: his father James E.

Landscape Plants In When the order is received,there powder blue satin with cap School, 0:45 ... m Wor the Voyles Floyd Courtney in Newberry.Mr. and son of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of Albany Ga.; and

CAMELLIAS it AZALEASLet will be 15 complete outfits on the sleeves and carried a lace bask ship services. 11 a. m. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flllmon and Mrs. Rick Hayes J. W. Simmons and children of Mr. and Mrs. Lance Callaw y.

Us Do Your Landscaping trucks and 15 placed in the fire et of white chrysanthemum pet 7:30: p. m. Training Onion and daughters of Tampa spent spent Thanksgiving' with her Orlando: and Miss Doris Ford ICnnttntJert On Next Page, -

house. Beam was instructed to als. 8:30 p. m. Nursery open for the weekend with Pete and parents In Quincy. I

USED CARS order asbestos gloves. Airs. Ernest! (McLean mother all service Joyce Barton. Saturday night Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dock

Chief Bennett reported on the of the bride, was dressed in Robert and Novice Ward of TIson recently was their son AMERRIER

Used Cars possibility an additional fire coffee-toned lace over silk with -CATHOLICSt. Starke Fred and Corine Thie- and daughter-in-law. Mr. and ENJOY

Hanks phone to be Installed at the Clay matching feather head piece and William's Church-Sun man and Jack and Lou Miller Mrs. Bobby Tlson of Galnes- 9.

BIG CASH DISCOUNT Electric garage area. Mllllcan wore an ivory orchid corsage day Mass, 8 a. m. Wednesday were visiting the Bartons. Pete's

TERMSBUY and Bennett are to continue and Mrs. William Beam Jr., the Mass and Novena. 7 p m father from Starke was visiting
complete: this assignment. groom's mother ware Jewel -- _
the meeting
Following with matching feathered
toned aqua .
Schasol. 9:40: a. m. and Mrs. Layton Whitehead -
RT. 1. BOX 90 called: for a short work detail. and Ivory orchid cor
cap Ysvth'Fel- were Sunday and Monday
Starke Morning Worship 11. ::;:
Hwy. 100 8 Miles S. age. I' visitors of his mother Mrs. Ida
POSTAL NOTICES 'lawsht? (all tnagfrsi: at'7 p. ,
Chilson attended the 7jfZ
Roger Holy Whitehead. The Layton Whiteheads -
Postmistress Gladys Tlllis has m.: Pascal:: Carr director.:
CONCRETE PRODUCTS submitted additional Christmas groom as best man. Ushers: Communion, 1st Sunday:: In dash are on their way to Free. i
*- 'Were Teny 3D Witt and Wayne port In the
night Prtv- Bahamas to make
YOUR mailing suggestions for our ouartsr. Wednesday BANK ye -
INSIST THAT ALL readers. Chitty. Service. 7:30.: -RsV.. Leon F. their home.
CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE Following the ceremony then Mr. and Mrs. James Faulknerand
for distant states
Gift parcels pastor.EPISCOPAL.
THE BEST FROM should be mailed Immediately. was a reception In the choral, children of 'Macon, Ga., Mr. LOAN bC I,

Parcels for local and nearby social hall. Serving at the reception !! and Mrs. Steve Wolfe and

Edward's Building areas should be mailed not later were: Mrs. Leon Milne,: St. Anne's Church. Rev daughters of McRae Ga., :Mrs. : [

Inc. than Dec. 14. The name and add- :Miss Elaine Lovorn Mra. Ro William I. Jones Vicar Holy Trellle Cheshire and son of

Supply, ress of both sender and addressee bert Have. Mrs. Dorothy Rose Communion. 8 a. m. every! Pompano and Mr. and Mrs STOCK CAR

726 S. Main :3724844GAINESVILLE. ,i should be enclosed in each gin nberger Miss Dana Hayes Mia. Sunday. First Sunday Holy Keith Cheshire of Gainesville Have Enough Gift Money In Time

FLA. Next Page) Susan Bird.Mrs.Raymond Far. Communion. 8 a. m. and 9:30a. : were Thanksgiving day guest
..J (Continued! Ms. and Mrs. Roy Turknett aa m. Second tlilrd. and fourth of Mrs. H. T. Smith and Mrs. RACES To Take Advantage Of Best Selections

listed by Mia Patti il>!cLean, Sundays- Morning Prav- Ruby Wolfe. Part of these

sister of the bride, and Mis I er. 9:30 a. m. Evening! Prayer ; guests stayed on over the week Every SundayTime I I

HOUSEOpen Beam, abler of the groom .Sunday, 7pm. lluly l>ay.t:
SUPPLY end.Mr. Trials 1:30 Give' friends and loved ones gifts that ex-
BROOKLYN The bride's book attended will be announced. and Mrs. M\, J. John _____ your
was were down over Bw weekend First Race ______ 2:30 press your regard! You will have a Merrier
by Miss Bonnie McLean mater
Under New ManagementEDDIE of the bride, and Leslie ,Beam LUTHERAN and caught some of our good Christmas making then really happy.

OWNER Bister of the groom. Lftina Worship, 11 % m fish and enjoyed) the weather. Added Attraction U you're short of cash this season and who

CARDENAS, After the newlyweds' Jamaica Sunday Holy Communion. 2nd' Mrs. Eunice 'Miller and Mrs, FAMOUS isn't Let's talk it over.

PLYWOOD LUMBER honeymoon Pfc.Beam will re- Sunday. Service held each Ruby Dye and grandchildren,

BUILDER'S HARDWARE Port to Camp Pendleton Call- Sunday at. St. ,Ann.', Z3>ts- Mike Barbara. and Jack Kelly HELL DIVERS COME IN GET ACQUAINTED

SHEETROCK copal Churen. Rio bar a Mayor, of Gainesville spent Thanksgiv I

PLASTERING ROOFING MATERIALS minlll<<. ing Frank day Crowley with the of Jack Greasy Millers.Point KEYSTONE STATE BANK i

\__ PANELING Is staying with the Millers
TOOLS ETC. ADDING MACHINES Man. while Ills mother! Is meeting his Member F.D.I.C. KeystoiM Heights, Fla."Your !,

PAINTS INSULATION Ct666 ..lor elNkle. For sale 'a* dad. Sgt. Frank Crowley in

HIGHWAY 21 NORTH OF KEYSTONE rent. Add subtract credit bal Honolulu Sgt. Crowley will be Friendly! Dank In "Your Friendly I

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KEYSTONE HILITES VOICE of theSPORTSMAN n' :: NEWS By: Helen NOTES z... INDIAN BEACH I Photo Racket Brings Warning To Farmers | ,

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\ Members of the Keystone -I(From Preceding Page) Tallahassee (Special) Florida's photograph he holds has been Sa required, and if earlier 4e-

From Preceding Page) ... : Ity MIKE CHITTY t, Homemakers Club were guestsof In Honolulu, Mrs Crowley 37,000 farmers should be taken of his property from an livery is desired, advance payment .
Phone 475.2171 "'-' l4. Mrs. Yvonne Dazey In her new While skeptical of any salesman offering airplane. is necessary.
parcel for Identity, In case oi f t ---4. ski home on Brooklyn Bay on Mon- plans to visit Mrs. Miller'SIIdBter. to sell him aerial photographs "Then the salesman further "]f the farmer agrees and

damage or loss of outside label., -, day, Nov. 23.Suggestions. Nell Thome who to stationed of his farm Commissioner explains the photo could be enlarged makes any payment that Is the

It is very important that ZIP all i I 311, ports) fans, :ya having! Any: one of 140. and one of 80. Roy were made for there with her husband of Agriculture Doyle Conner beautifully colored and last he sees of the salesman.

CODE numbers and cards.be used Use of on the, luck these days? There's still a Griffin and Lou Papalla were articles for the Bazaar of the Mrs. Jo Strandberg was visiting has warned. framed and that other photos Often photographs are not delivered -

packages codes will less handling ''lot of game being taken, so don't out Saturday, and caught 85 Clay County Council to be held her children and grandchildren Farmers throughout the nation could be obtained, colored or and when deliveries are
zip ensure Remem- give up. There /was aven a six Specs, and 4 Bass.Thursday in Green Cove Springs startingat Jacksonville over the have reported such incidents uncolored, framed or unframed made, photos are extremelypoor.
and faster in
mailing. be point buck killed ,by Dewitt Her- Roy and !Mr. !Red 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, with and Florida is ripe for in various sizes," Cenner ."
ber that all addresses i long weekend. Her eon Charles
dinner to be served from such
5:30 to scheme
aey in the SpeedrrtUe area re- mond ,were out looking for base, a Conner said. said. Conner asked that if such a
legible and complete. after her on Wednesdayand
All articles should be packedon I oently. That sort of stuff eecms land came up :with four Hoyt 7:30. Each member is asked to came she visited with him and Conner said the company representative "He also explains delivery of proposal' made to any Florida
contribute a pie or cake. These
strong, solid boxes, securely,, to run in the family. His etsI Waldron and Roy Robinson of and other articles for the bazaar Ms family and (Paul and his that the tells the farmer such prints may be available farmer, he should immediatelynotify
Helen Hersey hit a Lake Lilly and Charles Grace small black and white within six weeks, but I deposit his office.
wrapped in heavy paper, and tied I ter-in-law. may be left with Mrs. Dazey, or family. Thursday, all of them
with strong cord. buck last week nod her fathered and Tony Rogers of Keystone she will pick them up If you call Joined Mr. and Mrs. Sam ButlerJr.
All Christmas cards, seal I killed It.Jimmy-. Heights' caught. 56 Specs In an 4734078.The and son. Charles Henry, of The. -next---< Booster Club metaIng camp- ana Mm. jane- -BOX anaRev.

or unsealed, require 6$ postage Kinclien and Ms father. hour and a half Sunday morn annual Christmas party Ormond Brach and Dr.:and Mrs. MELROSEFrom will be held December 30 at Bill Utranspolrtatlon fumUbMI

The advantage of using first: James, of Jacksonville, who ing. There were two catches! of will be held a week early, on Steve !Mclntlre of Fitzgerald the Interlachen Junior Senior horn.

class rate and postage Is no higher (have a home on Sante Fe Lake, shell-crackers brought in Hits December 11, at the home of Oa. at the home of Lt. and Mrs. High School. Meetings for the The Junior Girl Scout Troop

than the third class rate. First: 'both killed a Turkey last /week. weekend which Is unusual for Mrs. Dazey. Members are askedto Sam Butler m at the Naval Air club are held on the 4th Mondayof will be selling Girl Scout alas

class rate may be sealed and con- The Jack Miller family of this time of year. Mr. and :Mra.H&rrell provide a covered dish tm Station for Thanksgiving dinner ( Preceding Page) the month. dan during !the first two week

tain written messages; it will be 1 Santa Fe Lake, have been doing; (8 01 Gainesville caught 43 luncheon, and an exchange gUtf : The Junior Woman Club met of December. The price of MMcaJendara

given priority of dispatch, delivery well this season Jack, T. C.. out on the sandbars and the will be enjoyed. The regular De- Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Morris Monday night to make plans for Is SOo and tin monrr
and forwarding; and will Jeff, and Joan have been load- :Lewis party caught '17 Sunday cember program and business And now' -we> come to the and son, Timothy of Tlfton. Ga. !their town decoration for
also be returned to sender (at t: lug their freezer .with squirrels. morning\ along with all of their meeting will start at 10 a.m. close! of another week. Since Le- spent the weekend visiting. their Christmas.The will be used for Troop projects

no extra cost) if the return add- To date, they have killed around Specs. One of Roy's old fishing Election and Installation of offi- eon was away on vacation parents !Mr. and Mrs. James Homemakers: Club wm during the year.

ress Is shown on envelope. With' 60. T. C. Miller and Thomas partners, C. A. Barringer, who cers will be held at this time. there'll be no poem this week. Price and Mr. and Mrs. Howard tg. tea 'tJOItICI tit* J0 t ItapMeale Bridge

third class mall, you do not get t: Hawes killed two ducks IFrlday.I has a home over close to us Regular members will enjoy Bitf, he'll be back next time, It Morris. WOO o) patTAOT *l OUOLZIAS Winner of the Duplicate

this type of service. :My father, James Chitty A. now caught 2 bass b.13 o'clock meeting several new members, the creeks dont get too full and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gllstrap hold It's Bazaar Friday starting :Bridge Club last week were:

The Christmas window hours I B. Howard of Starke, and Bud Saturday and then 'by dark had including Mrs. Dazey, Mar- :nothing breaks. So 1 pe&'lt.bere's and daughter Kathy of Spar- at 10:00.: It win be held at the ills Iva hillier and Mrs C. K.Hardy. .

will be as follows: Mondays-- dy Ellis of Gainesville /went 10 bass and a Jack fish. According guerite Quagliano, Harriet Blck- no more to say but :tentourg.' S. C. !spent the week- Home Demonstration Club and 1st place; Mrs. Phil Xr.-

days, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Saturdays quail hunting and killed 14. Father to Griffin, the bass fishingis ford, Carolyn Bickford, Ruby "May the good Lord bless and] end with :Mr. and Mrs R. F.Simniion !Melrose Elementary School Saturday flier and Mrs. Ray Becker :tad
9 a.m. to 12 noon;and closed, also killed three ducks last picking up. Maybe: I /will be Griffin, Ann Sumpter, and Ruby keep you all." Dec. 7, beginning at 9M: place; Miss: Bessie Rutherfordand
on Sundays. out and catch some Mooneyham. The will be to. :Mrs. Emery H. Cooper 3rd
week. able to get :Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Isenhower a.m. purpose repair -
BOWLING NEWS Now we'll take ,a look atI this week Roy's son Alan Griffin spent Thanksgiving In Orlando playground equipment and! place; Mrs. Pat Coleman and

The Northeast Florida Travel I I the fishing reports --.. !went turkey !hunting last COMMUNITY CHURCHThe bove kindergarten and nursery, with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Saun- trim low-hanging limbs. Coaeh Mrs P. T. Hogue, 4th! place.

League played on Nov. 10 at Gator. Shlpman's Camp (west shore week and killed a nice hen annual bazaar and lunch- will meet at 3 p.m. Saturday, ders and family. Friday guestsat Black will be in charge He has PTA

Lanes In Jacksonville. Dewitt C,, Santa Fe) reported a. 61Week/ Turkey. This was/ the '18th eon, held Wednesday of last week, Dec. 7, and at 4 p.m.Wednesday, their home Included Mrs. W. asked that all fathers who can. Members of the Melroa Deneatary : -
that / in row that the Dec. 11. Dress rehearsal for come and bring tools to work : PTA heard a dlseiuh:
Jones local team, played against t for 'business. They report /Ittranksglving a was a splendid success and P. Bally of Jacksonville; Steve
Beach Bowl. Joyce Massenglll,, the Specs are biting good onr Griffins have had wild Turkey enough cannot be said for the everyone will be at 3 p.m.Satur- Beck of High Springs; their! with. ion of the School Bond Issue at

of Jones team, had high game ol r the brush piles and drifting In for dinner. "Congratulations to leadership of the president, Mrs. day, Dec. 14. The kindergartenand grandsons Tommy and Bill Is- Junior Ctrl Seooto their meeting Monday night.

171 and high series of 639. Total I the ,big lake and they're biting :you< Alan!" Roy Turknett of the Church Women nursery children will prac- enhower of High Springs; and The Melrose Junior CM Scoot Members of Carey Ferrefl'sstaff

wood for the local team was 3776., drifting in the little lake. The Pete and Joyce Barton of San- ; Mrs. Ernest McLean tice NOTICE on Sunday All mornings. !Mrs. Jesslelyn Dryan of Alach- Troop No. 627 has returned Mrs. Helen Long, :]Mr.

The league will be playing at t i: only report they had was that te Fe lake went to the Okla-1 Bazaar Chairman, and cochairman Women's : chairmen of the from a camping weekend at Chasteen, and Sidney Dunn

Palm Lanes in Gainesville (located Mr. 'land Mrs. Billy Oelger, and /waha. River Thursday, and i Mrs. William Beam, Sr. have their organizations annual are askedto ua.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Perry, Camp Chowenwaw' near trees! talked with the PTA about

on the Waldo Road) on Dec. Ricky Bennett of Starke. caught; caught some nice Bream. Mrs. Barry Wyman, Decoration Mrs. Warren's office reports in Jr. 8.l'dfam11Y} of Toccoa Oa. Cove Springs. The girls reported! plan. if the Issue :Is passed.! Mr.
by Dec 13.
8. Starting time is 1 p.m. The 1 80 Specs. Before I close this :week, I'd i and Arrangement Chairman, The Board of Stewards will spent the weekend visiting their having a wonderful) weekend Dunn was principal of Metres.

local team will be In competitionwith Griffin's Lodge (east shore like to leave you with a thought. had hardly completed her bazaar meet Friday night. Dec. 8. parents. Mr. and !Mrs. C. P. and enjoyed eating their own High School several years ago.

Ormond Beach. Bowling enthusiasts Santa Fe) reported a good weekof \\M In all sports, good sportsmanship work before plunging Into the The General Meeting of Church Perry Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. cooking over an outdoor fire and many parents there had

are invited to come and fishing for this time of year. should be practiced I I annual Christmas Sunday School Women will be held at 7:30. Henry Williams and other and experienced many new ad been students at that time.
cheer for the team. Lawrence Kessler caught a while ftehing. 'When fishing on L program. This year's pageant Dec. 9. The annual Christmas friends. and relatives. ventures. In other business It was announced

email string of Specs last week.L. brush piles. If well all be sportsmen will be presented on December covered dish luncheon for all Thanksgiving guests of Mr. The girls! participated in a that the PTA would

ST. ANNE'S NEWSCommunity D. 'Lewis ad party spent the about things, there's plenty 15 at 7:30: p.m. and will express circles will be held Monday,Dec. and Mrs. C. P. Perry were their camp-fire ceremony with a Ca- hold a Variety Show :In February

Thanksgiving ser- weekend at Griffin's Lodge and IJf :room for everyone- Everyone. the meaning of Christmas through 16, at 12 noon. Mrs. Ruth Gree- children and families; Mr. and dette Troop from the Naval Air and possibly: a Bake Sal
vices held at Anne'sat
10 were St.The caught over 200 Specs on the else wants to catch fish just music, tableaux, and narration, son's morning circle will be host. Mrs. Charles Perry and family: Station in Jacksonville, toured tills month. A Spring Carnival
a.m. on Thursday. Rev.
Leon Milner of the Keystone !brush piles OL. VV. and !Mareella like you, do. When people get; featuring all the choirs of the The Church Women now spon- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lee Radio Station WAPE and visit- will be held in May.

Heights Community, Church Tomlinson, Elmer Crosby, and carried away, things can bap- church.of The food children and will bring sor two Girl Scout Troops, and and daughter and aon-ln-law. the Naval Base. They also walked Miss Bennetts class won Ole
pre- to be
sented the sermon. Jake Spires and wife, of Orange pen. So, let'e all be friends while t placed under the Christmas games tree one Brownie Troop. Mr. and Mrs. David Laughlln. the Jungle Trail and went oa room count.
I Park, caught' 55 Specs In an fishing. Friends wishing to remember numerous Nature Trails whileat
The Young People from the and used later in baskets for the all of Neptune Beach; Mr. and!! Church News
Community Church and membersof 1 hour, but the cold weather drove Now til .say "eo long, andgood I needy. faithful members may address Mrs Rufus Jordan and family the camp. Rev. Tcuten of OateevrOM

St. Anne's EYC enjoyed hay- them In. :There !were several luck!" their greetings to Mrs. Alice of Lake City; and Mrs. Ray Girls attending were Vicki was guest. preacher at MMEliam

ride and cookout held at Pine-Air more catches Saturday morning' All Sunday School groups, aMiss Dwyer and Mrs. Catherine Rose, Strickland and children' of Pa- Tlson.: Gay Singleton, Cathy : Baptist Church Sunday,

Farms, on Nov. 17. Both groups 808 Colley Road, Starke. latka. Poppell Diana Copeland, Tories in Rev. Shaw's absence.

are appreciative of the transpor- making his home with his great' Mrs. Petrock. EASTERN STAR Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams Gaboardl. Helen Minton Laura Members of the MYF ef the
tation provided by Bill Baker. aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Vonclle Ketch had the first Carol Stephenson and her and' family of Starke and Mr. Barbot Muriel Dennis, Janet United Methodist Church held a

Sponsors for the groups were Charles Forsythe of Lake Geneva eagle on number 7 last week. roommate from FSU, Miss Ann The annual Christmas programof and Mrs. David Williams and Chlappinl. and Debbie Box. Dana lay ride and welDer: roast Friday

Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Carr, Mr. ; Sp/4 and Mrs. Raymond B. Congratulations! Raines were weekend guests ofCarol's the OES Chapter will be heldat children of Gainesville visited Copeland and Janet Chlap night The group rode from
and Mrs. Tom Garnar, and Miss Perkins US67096475 Btry,2nd parents, Mr. and Mrs. their: Din were Patrol Leaders foe the Church
Les of Lake Geneva. 8 p.m., Dec. 17, with a cour- parents, !Mr. and Mrs. to Twin Lakes where
Jan Paul. Bn., 6th Arty, APO 09091, New HERE N' THERE Stephenson the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Edgar of tesy honoring all Grand Officers, !, Williams they built a fire and roasted
York, N.Y. Linda Perkins joined Lee Sutton, son of Mr.and Mrs. Accompanying the Scouts
Daytona Beach were weekend Past Grand Officers, Grand Representatives The Interlachcn Booster Club were welners and marshmallows.The .
SERVICEMEN'S CORNER her husband in Germanylast Harold Sutton, was home for a guests of Mr. and Mrs.Don Mor- and Grand Chapter 'la sponsoring a Turkey Shoot at Mrs. Dock Tto n. Leader, and young people Included

Johnny Moon, son of Mr. and March. Mrs. Perkins will 14-day visit with family and gan and family of Lake Geneva. Committee members. A special the High School each Saturday Mrs. Billy Singleton, Assistant Olenda, Carol, David and Jack:
Mrs. Walt Thomas, formerly of be remembered as the former friends. He will complete his Christmas Leader. Mrs.
The two couples enjoyed attend- program is being until Christmas. Time for shoot June Dennis and Chamblee, Richard Reed, Tina
Keystone Heights and now re- Linda Forsythe of Lake Geneva. 2-year hitch with the Army this
ing the Florida-Miami game on planned. la from 8:00: a.m. until 5:00: p.m. Mrs. Grace Barbot assisted ,to Bickel: Marcia Whitton Jeaa
siding in Gainesville, is expectedto Please be sure to contact us month, and will return to collegeIn transporting the (girls te the nd Jan Simmons
fly In to Jacksonville NAS this during the week for the remainIng January. Saturday. __ _. ...
addresses to be Included in Mike z iCe Col: ana Mrs. Jim cnessing-:
week. Johnny, who will be patient son of Mr.and Mrs.
at the NAS hospital was wounded next week's column. Raleigh Zlke, is home on leave ton and Mrs. Jim Peterson and

while fighting i t i with a Marine with his wife and family, after children were dinner guests of

Corps detachment in Viet Nam. TEEING OFF!! completing a tour of duty In Hawaii Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Klein of
All reports indicate that he Is On and Viet Nam. Ocala on Thanksgiving Day.
Sunday evening Nov. 23, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Matares of
doing very well. members of the Keystone Golf Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibsonof

The following are additional Club and their guests enjoyed a Largo were weekend guests of Wilmington guests of Mr., Dela.and, were Mrs.weekend Herbert SERVICE STATION
names to add to your Christmas spaghetti dinner their son-in-law and daughter,
prepared by Mr.
Nelson and and Bob
mailing list: Richard T. Sunder- and Mrs. Joseph Petrock of Or- Mr. and Mrs. Bud Beeler. Mr. Mrs.
land, USS Florlkan (ASR9), FPO mond Beach, and Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Ray Chance entertained Price. The three men worked together
San Francisco 96601; Sp/4 Thomas Ketch of Keystone. A social hour friends with a dinner party at the at the DuPont plant In

F. Metzgar US53703125,Co. preceded the dinner. NAS Officer's Club, in Jackson- Delaware.Mrs. FOR
C. 2nd Pit. 502nd Infantry, 1st Following the dinner, trophieswere ville, on Thanksgiving Day. Bess Grosberg entertained 7f '
Bde 101st Airborne Division, Guests included Mr. and Mrs. guests, family and friends witha .
presented to Lois
Walker, dinner party at her Lake Geneva
APO San Francisco 96383-- Kathy Redfearn Bob Bill Morgan and sons, Hank and
Hayes and
Tommy, who is serving in Viet Ray Farris, who were winnersof Pete, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox, home on Thanksgiving. Guests Included -
Nam, is the son of Herbert T. the first annual Best Ball of Jackie and Jim Fox, and Father John Keilly of West Palm
Metzgar of Baltimore Md., but Edward Kirby of Starke. Beach, Mrs. Charles Filenbaum
Partners. Trophies for the tournament
for the past 6 years has been S.Sgt. and Mrs. J. J. Sullivan, of Hallandale, Mr. and Mrs.John
were donated by Mr. and
Walters of Clearwater Mrs. Jan LEASE
Jr., are the proud parents of a /
baby daughter, Katherine Marie, Batts, Mrs.Elmer Howe, Mr. Don

born Nov. 24. Paternal grand- Dykeman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles .....
JACKSONVILLE parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garber, and Mr. and Mrs. JohnJ. to_ \

Sullivan of Nelson's Point.Lt. Sullivan.
(Jg) Bruce Prevail who is Miss Kay Sunderland and her 1 I
stationed at the Norfolk roommate from FSU Miss Dee '
presently 452 N. TEMPLE AVE.U.
Air Station home for Reedy of Houston, Texas, were .
was a week-
Business weekend guests of Kay's parents, ( S. 301))
DirectoryAuto end visit with his parents, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sunder- STARKE
and Mrs. Myron Prevatt, Sr, FLORIDA
land. A highlight of their visit
Bruce's wife, Ann, was unable to
attend. However, Ann's parents, was attending the FSUHoustongame
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. VanLand- in Jacksonville on Friday r
Sales and Service MUSIC attended the
evening. They game
ingham, and her sister, Marge,
with brother Bruce Luke
Kay's ,
all of Tallahassee, were dinner
Williams of Starke and Butch
Paulus Music Co. ,
guests at the Prevatt home on OIM
Parrish Motors Thanksgiving Day. Kelly.

Band & String Instrument i Holiday guests at the home of Norma Valldejull, Linda Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace were
SALES Anthony, Stephan
SERVICE Gibson Guitars &: Amplifier s Mrs. Wallace's sister, Mrs. R. A. Lorraine Dey, students at FSU,
Wells of Jacksonville, and Mrs. weekend''
spent the Thanksgiving
PARTS School SupplleIn.strucUoJ i Wallace's niece, Miss Patty
with their respective families.
Robert. Recorders Lang, a graduate student at FSU. Miss Dottie Hardenbergh and 1968 Year To Date
Always Good Used Cars The following Jacksonville resi- three friends from Montreat- Average

921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 Music Library-Expert dents were on hand to enjoy Anderson College in North Carolina
Thanksgiving dinner at the Wall spent last week with Dottie's

BEAUTY ACADEMY Repair Department lace home: Mrs. Isabelle Edwards parents Mr. and Mrs. Watson 22,000 ACTUAL GALLONSPER
41 W. Monroe 333-8447 sister of Mrs. Wallace; Hardenbergh.

Mrs. J. T. Myninhan, Mrs. Wal- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Standiford,

American lace's sister-in-law; Mr. and of Jacksonville, were Thanks-
PIANOS Mrs. George Dismore and three giving guests of Mrs.Standiford's
Hairstyling sons; and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. parents Mr. and Mrs. Watson
> McDonald and four children.
Hardenbergh.Mr. .
Academy Harold Snellen, graduate student
FOIL and Mrs.George
at Mississippi State was
were pleasantly surprised by This
21 W. Monroe 3j.Vn.-i91;;;; ;; C. CARTER; NICE home for a visit with family and friends with a partyat their hometo recently

friends over the holidays. He is remo4 &Ml
celebrate their 25th wedding hit.
Riverside the son of Mrs. Tom Crutchfield. 35,000 GALLONS ,
0 anniversary Wednesday evening -
:J f2
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Aiken and Guests included Mr.and Mrs. location

Hairstyling a :i [g Mrs. R. L. Bridges spent the Jim Gabordi, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- POTENTIAL baa 3 bays and
tQ Thanksgiving holidays at the
Academy f: S ter Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bridges' North Carolina
home in
Ernie Thomas. 2 lift to maximize
2659 Park q to 11oo Lake Toxaway
3S8-8537 Mr. and Mrs. Henry E.Magann
Modern Styling G <.: Z Robert Pater and roommate of and son, Christopher Sean, and 1-Busy Iliway U. S. 301. profits .

Qualified Instructors Florida Central Academy, and David Schaeffer, all of Jackson-

Accredited VA Approved KIMBALL: "SWINGER"Day Miss Margaret Pater of the Univ. ville, were Thanksgiving guestsof I Extensive Commercial and Farm
of Fla., spent the weekend with
and Mrs. Business.
or Night Classes ORGANS their parents, Mr.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Schaef-
Schaeffer Mrs.

MATERNTY WEAR Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 Pater.Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Stevens fer's lough aunt Joined, Miss the Anna family McCul-for :Heavily Populated Residential. Area] CALL JACKSONVILLE

spent the weekend in South Flor-
! dinner. Adjacent: to Business District of MR. S TEVEIDUNN

WESTERN STORE ida.Judge and Mrs. Crago had rel- Starke -

atives visiting from Atlanta over

i, the holidays. the OId-jt/llWt. 5-High Volume Tires, Batteries!,' OR WRITE
=r Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price Accessories' and Mechanical Trade.
.i' LITTLE DUDE were Thanksgiving guests of their SUN OIL COMPANY6Commercfal

. : daughter and son-in-law,Mr.and Range of 8 Custom- JAcxsci. O. BOX 14S

\ '- Western Store Mrs. Jack Hunt, of Fayetteville Blended Gasolines for Competitive FLA. 32201

t "Jacksonville's Most N.C.Mr. Pricing.
4' ; Complete Western and Mrs. John Walters
Shop for Mother-to-Be Clothlnfc Leather-
of Clearwater, were weekend

JUDY'S goods, Saddles and Trailer guests of Mrs. Margaret Howe. EveMnn w Week.... Call:
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingstonwere .QN TOM. MAUCHAN
MATERNALANE Charles & Sharon Petty dinner guests of his mother, "Ulcers are something you .
Mrs. Gay Livingston Sr,of Man- JACKSONVILLE 733.5117
1007 Park St. 355-5015 903: 8. Ed wood SS4-U10 darin. get from mountain-climbing
over mole hills." or J. I. DENNISON 7H.1269wrwwww.r


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