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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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II I YYI' Sidewalk DisplaysA :

Bradford High School's marching band continues : Y

V improve over last year. crackdown on merchandise on traffic violation. There have

I is displayed on Starke sidewalkswas been no wrecks, except seve-
A more mature, solid sound makes you notice Ending a contract that
ordered Tuesday night by ral minor ones, which
very
I the 64 member group. Then you become aware br 'J AA t the City Council. have resulted from traffic vio- dates back to 1955, tho

I of the group's spirit and morale. And if you getup I Councilman One Wiggins told lations in the past two weeks Starke City Council Tuesday

close as they march by you also notice how Police Chief Ken Fuqua he has Chief Fuqua points out. No night voted :3-2 to end

I young the group is. I had numerous complaints again B & E's have been reportedin its relationship with the
about merchandise displayed on the past two weeks either.
I Those attending BHS football games have I the sidewalk on east Call Street "Believe it or not our crack- engineering firm of Reynolds -

the best chance to notice this. In front of Dahmer's Discount down on stop sign violations Smith, & llill.i Of
I r2r-T House. Wiggins asked If some- have about stopped fender bend- Jacksonville.

The band plays often and well. It marches I thing could be done about that Ing wrecks,* Chief Fuqua re-
According to terms of the
crisply and in alignment onto the field. It stands situation, adding that Dahmer ports.
I had been asked numerous timesto People are being more care- contract with R, S & H, the
at the end of the field at the half and court- remove the merchandise into ful and fender bendings causedby Council instructed Clerk Mer-

( eously watches the opposing team's band per- the store property.; drivers going through stop rill Edwards to give 30 days

form, even if our band performs first. It marches Chief Fuqua said city ordin- signs at slow speeds have been notice of the cancellation. The
( in order back to its place in the stadium. The ances do prohibit display of cut from five or six per weekto Council also voted to open negotiations -
merchandise on city; sidewalksbut one or two, Fuqua says. with the firm of
after the and finally
band continues to play game
Smith & Gillespie of Jackson-
that he couldn't take action Temple Avenue (US-301),
i leaves the field in good order. against Dahmer without taking Orange Street, and Edwards ville next Monday, Nov. 17, at

action against all offenders Road have been "reallycovered" 7 p.m.
This band is obviously building confidensein
After two hours of
Councilman nearly
: Jimmy Bowen agreed by city patrolmen during -
itself and it adds to the spirit and sharpness ) with the chief, saying the the past two weeks. The discussion the Council finally
I of the group. 1 i action couldn't be taken unlessall department received com- made the move members had

offenders are included. plaints of speeders, the chief apparently agreed before the
I All this in only one and a third years under I4 Councilman Nell Tucker meeting to make. Councilman

Band Master Dean Cassels who explains the band x pointed out that Starke Plaza said.Most of our violation a week Nell Tucker moved to give the

I is still in a rebuilding stage and will be for the I shopping center is not city; ago occurred on those streets," notice to R. S & H and the
I I property; and therefore the ordinance Fuqua said.Previously. motion was seconded by Councilman
next five or six years.
Jimmy Bowen.
Ii does not apply unless the departmenthas
I Only 22 of the 64 members are in grades i BHS Brains .merchandise is placed on the concentrated on Cherry, It was opposed by Councilman -
1012. Forty-two memmbers are in grades 7-9 city; sidewalk on Madison Church, Water, St.Clair, Madi- P. T. Noun and One Wiggins -
Chairman Jimmy McRae
I Street son, Lafayette, West Madison,
and 25 have played only one year. But Cassels The Police Department has and Pratt Streets. That paid broke the tie by voting to end
I gives much credit to the senior high members for I Six of 1,081 Bradford High Yaggie. ,sophomore, son of Mr. 'and Spanish. also continued its crackdownChamber off too, Fuqua said. the contract.
teaching the youngsters the fundamentals of I School students made A's in and Mrs Vernon Yagsia of Becky: typing I, English, The Council almost adjournedin

I every subject the first six- Starke and, Mice Fogg, senior plane geometry world history, ::::::::::::::::::::::ftWI : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::.-:::." : disagreement after various
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weeks of school
I I the 1969 year. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Foss and Spanish II. motions concerning the city's;
band soon. They are ((1-r) Joan Hlnson, of Starke. Bonnie: typing I. English, 1 engineering services, but went

I Youngsters are being started in the fifth I sophomore, daughter of Mr. Junior Rebecca McMillan plane geometry( world history \ To Elect back into session at the urgingof
Dick Hlnson of Hampton; made Just one B all her sopho- chemistry and Spanish: II. }j1 Councilman Tucker and
I grade to achieve that goal. Another group of I Becky Jackson sophomore, more year. That was in alge- Rebecca: American history finally\ voted to end the con-

fifth graders is scheduled to begin band practicesoon. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. bra. Bonnie Trisler as a fresh English psychology, French, tract.
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I T, Jackson of Stark; Bonnie man made straight A's five and plane geometry. 1; 6 New Directors i After much more discussion

I I I Trisler, sophomore, daughterof times. Becky Jackson: had Ralph: pla.ie geometry, world< Tucker made another motion.
Size of the BHS band will increase to 100 Mrs. Ralph E. Trisler of straight A'a four times last history English biology. '-' This one was to consider hir-

I in the next two years. That means 30 more I Hampton, and Rebecca McMillan year. Mike: English electro mechanics Six directors for the coming to serve on the Bradford County ing two firms, Smith & Gilles-
uniforms at $96 each or $2,880. If the band goes junior, daughter; of Mr. and Their academic subjects are: Americanism va. Come year will be elected by the Development Authority; In pie of Jacksonville and Bessent,
I to the state contest this year it will cost about I :Mrs.! Merrill McMillan of Joan: work history piano monism\ humanities, and Pro- membership of the Bradford place; of Clyde Terwlllegar Hammack & Associates of Jack-

I $1,600. They didn't go last year because they I I Starke. Seated (left) is Ralph geometry, typing I, English 'blems In American Democracy. Chamber of Commerce froma whose term is expiring.Set sonville as the city's; new engi-
much slate of 12 candidates approvedby the week of Nov. 17 neers. But Councilman P. T.
wern't ready, but they've improved so -
a I the Board of Governors Nolan amended Tucker's mo-
that this year Cassels is willing to enter them. Thursday, Nov. 6. bership for the Chamber's drive. The annual theme mem-will tion by moving to delete the

I But the money's got to come I! Fall Ballots will be mailed to be 'Every Member to Get a firm of Bessent, Hammack &
Circuit Court
members and the results announced Associates.
Member.
I interested is invited to join the I
Anyone at the next board -Were told the Chamber has There was a 3-2 split on the
I Band Boosters in a meeting next Thursday, Nov. I I meeting December 4, accord- received Information that Flo- deletion. Nolan and Wiggins voted -
20, at 7:30: in the BHS Band Hall. Membership is ing to President Loyree La- rida Public Service Commis- for the amendment to delete
I Nier. has the petitionof the firm from consideration -
$10. sion approved
Candidates are J. R. Bulllng- Central Truck Lines to discontinue and Tucker and Bowen
But if you don't do anything else, take in I! Session HereJudge ton, Roy Burnham, T. L. Casey, its Starke agency. The against. Chairman McRae voted -
Opens Bill Epps, Pat Everett, Wayne against breaking yet
the football game Friday night. The Fighting: I truck line Is further protestIng -
Kinney, Buford Mitchell, Free- that a requirement by the another tie vote.
Tornado band will be there doing all it to
can
man Register, John Saunders, PSC that Central make after- On the motion as amended,
the Tornado gridders to beat Lake City I I t Smith
help Clyde Terwlllegar, Charles noon shuttle runs to Starke which was to employ
I I I Trial of two: Gainesville men, John Crews of Mac- Courthouse sentences aver Sawyer, and Wayne Whiffen. if additional freight arrives be & Gillespie, the vote was 2-1,
The BITS band has improved so much in the Board members whose terms but Chairman McRae ruled it
Clarence Manuel and Johnny( clenny presided: over the open- given in seven cases, a pre- deleted from the order.
I past two years we can now guarantee it'll make I It Lee London, for the armed robbery Ing session of the new term of sentence investigation was set will expire Jan. 31, 1970 are could not stand since a ma-

you proud you're from Bradford County.! cf a Super Test Service court for the sounding of the. in one case, six cases were dismissed T. L. Casey, II. II. Everett, -Approved a budget amend- jority; of the Council had not
t I I It Mrs. Loyree LaNier Buford voted for it. Wiggins and Nolan
Station here has been set for docket. upon recommendationof ment that $300 tabbed for spe-
t By golly, it it's that good now, what'll it be I I Nov. 24 In Circuit Court. Judge Crews In opening the the State's Attorney T. E. Mitchell, Charles Sawyer, cial projects be used for the voted to hire the firm with

like in five or six years? The two men are charged session, welcomed about 60 students (Ted) Duncan and 19 cases Clyde Terwlllegar, and Wayne Christmas Parade. The Chamber Tucker against. Bowen ab-

1eeSeeS -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I with the armed robbery of $40 from Keystone Heights were set for trial. Whiffen.An collects the money from stained.
from Richard Lee last August High School and explained the Court will resume at 9:30: Hill, election chairman committee Mark Jacksonand of Don the city's; retail merchants then The Council liked Bessent,
11 at the Super Test Service 'arraignment process. Judge a.m. Nov. 24 with .the robbery Carl Lamar; Johns spends it on the parade each Hammack & Associates but that

Library Building Fund Drive Station. They pled not guilty Crews stressed that an arraignment trial of London and Manuel. to count the was ballots.appointed year.Were firm, they said, could not sup-
Monday as the fall term of Cir' does not mean a personIs Upon the recommendation of It is requested that ballots be told by President- ply electrical engineering services
cult Court opened here.A guilty but that Innocence Is Public Defender R. A. GreenJr. returned Elect Mac Baldwin that the only but was excellent on
third defendant in the assumed until guilt is provedor the court appointed Michael In other by action Friday by the, Nov.Gover-21. complaint he has heard about sewer, water, and gas engi-
Momentum Chairman
Rising SaysOff case Mrs. Barbara Jean Maz- admitted beyond any doubt.He O'Brien. Gainesville attorney, : the recent Chamber sponsoredCalf neering services.

on, Gainesville, pleaded guiltyon also spoke briefly on the and Elzle Sanders, Starke attorney norsJimmy Moore, owner of Scramble has been about The Bessent in the firm of

to a slow Sept.: 5 to the robbery. She history of the trial by Jury. to represent the pair.Oont.lnued Moore's Sun Sports, was rec- the lack of seating. A record Bessent, Hammack & Associ-
months start several fort during the last few weeks. is presently under a preaen-. During the 3', hour sessionMonday commended to Gov. Claude Kirk crowd attended the 1969Scramble. ates is the Don Bessent who
ago, the Bradford County Mrs. Sanders said. ( on Page Four) .
tence investigation.
in the BradfordfcttttW
new

contributions; Library momentum Building and this Fund week pickedup as week Letters to citizens are being of mailed Bradford this : :*::::::$**::::..}}.......:i}..:::r::..........}.:%.r..{.........................................................;..:..;..:..:..:..:O.:...".:..:....:..,.,.;._:..:....'.:.<.<.<<.'OQ.u */ set Woil/C/' Make Bradford's Y ear .............................................................................................................................,.-,..,..-..'..,'.....................(....Continued..............>.>.................:1I'.n......"on.......Page......."......Four-,....-...-".,...-...).......................,.""..
pledges started
County; who are urged to reply -
coming in strong.
as soon as possible.Mrs. .

Committee Chairman Mrs.of John the Sanders Building, Warren. Sanders Winkler announced has donated that


fund reported The has deadline been that is very support drawing gratifying.of near the, given a portable away TV on which December will 20 be BHS Hopes To Spoil Tiger SeasonBradford

however, and the committeewill to some lucky winner. The tele-
be given away on December
putting forth extra ef-
20 to some lucky winner

JJLWLflJWUWBradford The television will be High footballers! wl? last Class A title for the Tigers The front eight men In the BUS was, : without the servicesof Halfback Mark Milner! has been ImprcsMve In parsing this week
County on display In the Chamber ol play the role cf spoilers when since it H! possible they will BHS defense stopped:! the run. Tim Murphey for the Bolles one of the three deep men in along with Murphey will see
Commerce window. they meet the undefeated: Columbia go Class AA in 1970. ning attacks of Palatka and .game and he has been slowed'. the pact two weeks\ after! being action at quarterback: Mlki' f
Hospital Auxiliary 'The reasons are many why High Tigers from Lake "We (feel If we cut our mistakes Perry, both of "which, have out except for punting duties, Ncrman may also possibly be
the committee feels that we City here Friday at 8 p.m. to a. minimum we havea strong running games end() on all season with a pulled hamstring use I there in certa'n' situations.
need a new library and better BHS Is 3.4.1 for the season chance to win" Coach Hurse which they depend to win 69 Timber Suit muscle. Christy Chandler! Tornado

facilities in Bradford County,1Mrs. ; while Lake City is 7-0 and atop says. games. These front men are "In the last two games we back-of-th< week\ for the third
CHRISTMAS Sanders said. We are the standings in the Florida ends Danny Jackson and Tom haven't male ns many mls- time this season n operating a library that has Star! Conference. The Tigersare Marks, tackles R'idolph Per- Dismissal AskedA ''tnkos. That evident in the and'.r.a' : will bo the loft half.
only a present total of 7,409books Rainfall Averages
BAZAAR co-leaders with also undefeated : kins Buddy Snpp. and G- ne scores" Hursc IIt; tes. Jimmy Alvarez and D.U. Johns
when it should be housing
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Perry In north Florida 1.53 Inches Harris and linebackers Ralph The Tornado: lineup! tomorrow will shire duties at rlrht ns
at least 20000. Only ap- request for a summary
district grid standings."If Morgan Christy Chandler: nthtvlll be the sums with one 'they dirt in Frrnal'l1na.
proximately 3,000 square feet ,judgement dismissing: the suit
November 21.22 of space is available in the we get continued improvement An average of 1.53 inches was Mike Norman. and Tommy 'brought' by Container: Corp. ofAmcll'lca major switch. Tim Murphey Offensive elJ3111 be Tom
present building, when actually from cur defensive recorded in the county during Blackshcar. to protest III: 191 9Dmttfol'e1 wide' receiver! so far th's'! year, Marks who played: his top
7,000 square feet are neededto secondary we'll be right in the the period from Nov. 1-10. It has been: the defensive County taxes has may be played) at quarterback.. : game ago! hast Forrnnc'lni' : and

IN FORMER PIXIE properly house a library !ball game" Tornado Head No fires were recorded during secondary which ha broken: .been placed' before ths Circuit Murphey Is the signal calleron was: named Tornado Imoinan-\
serving a county; population of Coach David Hurae says. the period according to the down all In the PaHika; gJimo. Court. Attorney Tlioron: A. the BUS basketball .team of-tho-week. and: Tim Murpheyor

SHOP only 10000." A win over Lake City would Florida Division of Fois tryHeadquarters But Coach Hursc poin's out Yawn told! the county Commission nnd superb' handler: of the Benjv Moxloy will ba: the
Mrs. record on Sit IOU wi&t: that "our secondary: hn Im bi.skctbnll.He split end. Tackles will be Danny
Sanders Bradford High's
added that the help Moiv' lay.
West CaU St. proved tremendously In the has been working at quar. Jackson and Bill Buby.
committee would like to "and would really make our cf Starke. Yawns motion for a -
pro- "ummal'
vide bookmobile service to season,'" Defensive Coach Mike New River Tower recorded past two ,igamci." Neither Perry jmlKcmiMit on Container'sl terbnck for the past ''three guards will bc Len Resistor I
those people who .1.6 inches of rain, most in the nor Fernandina passed sueccs" ) weeks.! "H can fire that foot- anti Ralph Morgan and the
are unable Sexton says. A victory ovarLake !> timber tax suit H .still before -
to 11111 Towerat
go directly to The Louis
the
This Space Contributed library. City would give the Tornadoes county.: Circuit' JudK3: John A. H.Murphl'I' .
Perry olsl: t by virtueof la 'question, however: : Gene 1tl1'1'Rlchal'd\
Weekly to Publicize She also said that the present a 4-4-1 record going Into Lawtey and the Santa:! Fe /came was the attorney told There
blocked and BItS bentFern mind whether he and several other will
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library space is being each recorded 1.5 inches. a punt In Itiirso'a Sttpp.
rented the final game with Orange:\ Tower the Board.Container.
Community Events by and that federal funds will would average bur rainfall In soon Park. A loss this week Fifty-year still 21.704: of
be unavailable and the possibilities Bradford County in limited the Pii'atei to 7 points.In owes for the! first lam,' nunust: Defensively the deep 1 men
mean a losing season for BHS. in ) lax bill of : and
The n infill! $51.177
CommunityState of building after that the first In the pat I 15: yearsor November Is 387 inches! .according other wor : ) arc now
Bank would. be remote. more. It would leave I : them to the Forcstiy Service.There : out, BIF3 made only ncconlimr to Tax Collector J. made: that will lie the major sophomore Bernard Brown or
I If the land can be purchased have tiaM 73 forest onO dofpnMve mistake in Forn- chntrte: In Iho BUS line up. Jimmy Alvnrcz.: Linebackers
final
into the
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Account Injured 3-5-1 going game n. Krlly.Thr) .
now by December 5, we will be eli- :with Orange Park.A fires in the county since Jan.\ t\.lIltina.\ That rnmj on quartersack "It KOO* without Hnylivt that will be Chandler Morgan' Nor-
up to $15.000 by gible for a federal Bcnncr's 40-yarl Umber flnn has paid with Fu.hs
D.irrcll have lo > a imil DI.icklu\ir.
come
grant which burned a totalof ( we tu irrmn.
loss to Lake City would II, JOC'J! which nil of Its 11M5-(7! ; (; l.ivi's, nft-r
Federal Deposit farar- is now available,* Mrs. San- knock thrm out of solid shot 447 acres. During the SlIme TD run on nn end wocp. : pnssini! ,; shock to b.< in thegame will br Marks( and Jicksou.
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the fo'Ir..Lc'11"rl1l1'| !! Comt
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net Corp. 128 Finally HIII-.SO point out, he> uphrlht ." Coach: Hurse stalesplinl tackles! will be Perkliui.! Hurrla.( :
fw-'ic were
A state cham in 18! .
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.,!f.> ., UDC Chapter ';"' '': night. in NMN4 -, ,
C''' : : ; .. Mrs Maureen Paul was { 'rN L..Y N I Irr
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Of Mrs. CrewsW. "c.\\,'f' _______ ;IF showed slides and articles of
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liB -- met Wednesday of last week at Canova led: the group in play-
rY the home of Mrs Lester Crews ,'):\ff. to
1.:11: Ing Mexican instruments
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.. with M.3.: Bertha Pcarce, Dire 1 -. recordings.The .
+ IE;;1. f tR] W Milton Wheeler, and; Mrs Mary i group consists of mem- Observed HereMrs.
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: J i ..., ,_ I Lappe as cj-hsstessc; : bers from Bra.fol'd, Baker and
'. ."InAeapdT...... '".... 1\I f Mrs. L. G. Pow:: ll. president, Union counties Mrs VV. H.
/rm uNlI I conducted the business: meeting Hart presided over a short : Leo Tedder American Home Life Chairmanfor

,, --_ when plans: for the: annual .. business meeting.The the Junior Woman's Club of Starke calls attentionto
:::.r-.: Christmas luncheon:: on Dec. 3 Bradford Ccunty teach- the National Bible Week display arranged by the

111"' were discussed ers served refreshments froma club in the Chamber of Commerce window on Call St.
Mrs. Wheeler, historian, gave tea table overlaUwith!: a
I ?f... 'xt_ 1 -.iTq'M' rd an interesting review of the white linen cloth and::! centered
life of Jefferson Davis, president:: with a Thanksgiving arrangement -
1 01 the Confederate States of "Choo Choo" To Be Given AwayAt featurlr: j a turkey, fruits When You tae: An Andrew Charge
Mn rlca. Miss Carolyn Crews and vegetables.
Account '
Sowed slides of the Davis Hospital Auxiliary Bazaar

Off To VietnamMrs. home, ":Cea U1 1:.." Miss Crews, Tour Prescription Tax Records .

With her pare.Us, visited: Beau- candies.. preserves. baked PERSONALS:\ are Kept For You By Us
voir last summer.Following Little Janice Hamilton I s goods::! and: cookies. .
Affairs
Paul Kish, International Chairmanof the program, the trying cut the Chatta-icoja The money raided during the Andrews Drugs
the Junior Woman Club of Starke mails the first refreshments Choo Choo that111 be given: bazaar goes toward buying ns-w Mr. and Mrs. Rod Struth and S
Christmas hostesses served by the B" dol'd r-ii.,'y sons of Tampa were visiting For Fast Delivery; Dial 9647170SftVWtfra C P to
packages to< Bradford County servicemen to the 16 members and one away equipment, decoratingand reo and Mrs. Merrill Struth
in Vietnam, an annual club project. visitor Mrs. W. P. Bailett. Hospital Auxiliary Friday, furnlsh.ng the Hospital. The Mr. the weekend.
ccsasrt o. Nov 21, at their: Christmas Auxiliary donated approximately over the
those attending
Bazaar to be held in the farmer $6,000 in new hospital equip- Among
football
Little Women l Duplicate ridge Altar Society Pixie Nov.Store 21-22.on W, Call ment during the past year.lunch- Saturday Florida-Georgia were Mr. and game Mrs.R :::::::::::::::::::: ::- :-:-:.:::;::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::
Street on Following the general and Mrs.V. .
V. Turner, Col.
Vote Donanon Winners NamedMrs. St. Edward's Altar Society The Choo Choo Is really an eon meeting of the Auxiliarylast J. Spengler, Mrs. Harold }
will have a "c:>rre!: Sunday outdoor grill equ'pped:! 'with Thursday:! In the Hospital Godwin, Mrs. J. B. Godwin :111 DeWitt C Jones Funerar'Home III

To Library FundThe O. J. McGriff: Si' alll: mornlr.j in the Parish Hall fol. thermostat, warming drawer library, Mvs. Barbara Hutch- and Mr. and Mrs. F. W, : .
Mrs. Lex Green were east-* stwinners lowlrz ih= 9:15: a.m. Mass. and rubber tired whe ls. eson, superintendent: of nurses Strickland.Mrs. I
Little! Women's Club are at the Starke: Duplicate Everyone is welcome to attend Highlighting! the bazaar will conducted the memberson r.i STARK
making plans for thsir annual Bridge Club Tuesday:! be hand made aprons, assorted: a tour of the hospital: and W. B. Mundy spent the : r.;!
Christmas formal to b3 held night with a ccor of 34. Two Christmas decorations! holiday pointed cut the many pieces: weekend In Tallahassee at the j PHONE 964-6200
Dec. 29.( Nancy Struth is decoration couples tied for: second place table cloths, afghans, toyj, of equipment that the Auxiliary !- home of Miss Frances Cannon k #i
? chairman: and: Ann 1 nnd hsliday where her Miss Jean
with: a score of 29'i, theywere baby accessories has furnished and how daughter
Terwillegnr, social chairman! : Mrs Edward: Burns and gooses including Jams, Jellies, they were being used. Mundy of Rock Hill, S. C. was 1 1! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
in of refreshments.
Is charge and Mrs. Charles Darby\ is resld- also a visitor.
Mrs. Maii-ha Moors: Mrs
Robyn Warren: and:! Ellen Blood- son-in-law! Mrs. W. R. Brannen of Missoula j .
at the home of her PHONE 4733176X'X'XX'I'X
J. W. Ritch ana::! Mrs Hurry
\\'ol'th:11: make the ban: sel c- Mooty. and daughter 11and Mrs. Mont. Is visiting her :: ...., .. .... .............. .......,....:
:Ion. North-south winners were Mr. Randy Johns on Bessent Road, Hamilton Attends brother and sister-in-law, Mr. :::::::;::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::;*:XX'M'Xt:: ;::::>:X"XXX:: :: ::'*% %

Further business conducted: ,and :Mrs. ciy's\ B. Terwlll2gar until the mi.'dls of November: Leadership School and Mrs. W. H. Nollman.;
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oy the president, Cindy Srck-: : Jr. with a score of 37. Mr. and: wfcen she will move into the - - -

land, at their meeting:>.1:1ay: Mrs John Musscl.ns: were It es- Bill: Lovell home, next door on A University of Florida, stu- r ,
night, was to vote lo give! a. oneth] : 3015. Resent Road which she is dent from Staike, S. Mark Ham- Mr. and Mrs. William! FUnic< Kids!
specific amount to the County Overall winners; were :McCriff l bay Ing. ilton. 22, attended tne South's and family of Jacksonville Hey .
Library: fund. and Oresn.: Mr. and:! Mrs. Tommy Hug- first Student Leadership: lustt- were Sunday visitors cf their :
weekly tournaments: are gins and son Jason, Orange' grandparents, Mr. anII'S.:! I t
The Little Women are pre- open to the public and lesson- Park were Saturday vtsl'ors: of tule.Eighty outstanding student Garl Mathews on their daughter SANTA Is C2t u. >, j

sently assisting: the Junior l'evIebg ns at 7 p.m. each Mr and Mrs.: George: Husgins! leaders frm 23 Alabama, Flo- Denise's: 13th birthday::! '
Woman's Club in the eat! of Tuesday in the Pratt: Street: on Jason's first birthday. rida and Georgia colleges and Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs Dean t t ;
chicken dinners: on Saordays.: Recreation! Center The first Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hicks of universities participated at the Hansen and Mrs. Earl Voyles
A car wash is planneJ: to boost: : rcunJ: of duplicate: play starts Lakeland were: Thursday\ to Savannah inn & Country Club attended a meeting! of the To LandSEARS A Y/ '
Col. and Mrs.J. Church of Jesus Christ Lat- Going ;
fund-raisng! for the club's various at 7:43: p.m Monday: guests of Nov. 7-9. of
projects A. Griffin.! The Humble Oil Education ter Day Saints in Jacksonville: t
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A ii
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Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy: Thrash.: Sunday.Mr.
Foundation began this advanced ''''' ;.
Jan Ritch gave the devotional .n 9 er cf Lake CKy were Friday leadership !training for outstand and Mrs M. B. Jordan J/"' \\ :

preceding the me!: nl. Police St. Mark's PlansSupperSingalong overnight guests of Mr. and ing college students as part ofa spent the weekend with their ,.!';;' '\ j t ..
Chief: Ken Fuqa: sent his Mrs. E. W. Hayes. youth development program. son-in-law and daughter, Rev. A.' : ;
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regrets that 1.1 was necessary Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen Students invited to attend ore and Mrs. Allen Price and sons 7.:14t: ./j ;
for him to postpone his program and Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen selected on the basis of academic : at Port St. Joe.Overseas t ; {#.. : :
until a later date. There will ts a covered 4-h: ,attended a family reunion: : of : achievement and campus : t 11.). "',.-f / .; ""',.," t
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supper and "sinj: alcnj" Thurs the descendants of E. M. and .q "I.. .'
; A social hour followed the day. Nov. 20 at 6:30: p.m. at Minnie Hazen at the home of Humble leadership 011, according Education: Foundatlon. to the- Mail 218. ,N. TEMPLE AVE. d '-,... '1f" ,
kneeling with: refreshments being the Parish Home Cl Clafrchfrett. ; Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhnrn: Vt.. I t't
Deadline Told TUES. NOVI '1
served by the< hostesses, $ All pai'ishionsrani: : in 'Wild wood or Sunday: 18fe 'tl''' as J A AI
Carolyn Crews and Katharine! frljnc's: of St. Mark's. Episcopal: Mr. and:! Mrs. Jimw: Hazcn Mrs. Pearl Wade of Cordele, 4
Church are invited to aa;nd. visited Mr. and Mrs.. M. W. Ga. Is visiting: her scn.!n-la'.v Postmaster T, C. Hazen Jr.
Peek for t And Be There 6 To 9 P.M. t
Furlong In Tlfton, Ga. over the and daughter! Mr. and Mrs. announces that packages .. ttrc"
servicemen should be
!weekend. Herb Herres, for twoweekd.. overseas
mailed by the folio-wing( datesto Also Same Hours Wed. ,
........ ..............a 1...____... ... __, .-. .-. - - assure delivery by Christ. I
-' -',- - --------- - .i4IJ' .. mas: Free Candy For ,

,dV' Mall going overseas by air BRING THE FAMILY

on a space-available basis t AND JOIN THE PARTY The Kids t tt
(ISAM-5 Ib. maximum should-
oInf be mailed by November 22.
i GROUPSKB! me Items going under the headingof

:I;..: maximum PAL which and a sets$1 extra& 30 post Ib. t .. .' '... ..: ....,. .. t .

charge, should be mailed
age

... ADD SPARKLE TO HOLIDAY ENTERTAINING .:, should by November 13.be en its 29.way Air by mail December t ; lE lEHAViHGACHRI I T. ORDER t:


These rules ''apply to mail PARTY ,
destined to servicemen and dependents I .
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Get Your Home Ready for the Fe.- dressed to APO's or FPO's In For your s'hopp'ing: ccnveineiice nun nui \\t' are staying open until 9 p.m. 1
New York, San Francisco, or N
Seattle. Tues. and Wed., Nov.' 18, 19. In thai yon can get your order In early.) t

tive Meals During the Holiday Sea- '
I blank below and bring with you. :
Please fill-in order : __ _._. ..

: son Just Ahead 1 Make Every Mel =-- i- Movies MY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING LIST ;.. I

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: An Event. You Can When You +. / : +t' Dot. II APPLY STORE STAMP BELOW 316504 t tt

A double feature :is scheduled

: Choose From Our Large Selection : day for and the Saturday.Florida Theatre Fri t paNI 1 cur ';>tOil. iiNIS fOUICt PLEASE trN DO NOT MfTMOO WRITE I I SMfS IN Clf"THIS SPACE CV.'00"" DOC' lA, f.+.;.','''"11I t
y .. I I _0"S..1! _SMI _'NI"MNT | NUMlfff a.'a" "'J" (1.ceaNtNMweiuaNatu.Nl.MiwvlN
iNIMyY J:
of Dining Room JS 4 Walt Disney's "Darby O'Gill "' --- n.-f Coot C .C7... '--
Gipipe.tniw
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and The Little People" a fan- t aI C'l't t
ciful story of love and Leprechauns
; laid at the turn of the PLEASE PRINT PLAINLY ONE LETTER IN EACH SQUARE
: J' {,. : Illc a century in a lively little town t NAMi I I I I I I I I ( I I I I I I I & t tt

i in Southern Ireland, boasting;
aNwN
You Have Your Choice: a beautiful church an irreslst-
able pub and a grand estate Nroi M.N. P 0 M. &
: SPANISH stars Sean Connery and Janet t t tt
MODERN *
FRENCH : Munro. Also playing: "Hello( .... .. I I I I i iI I ,

EARLY AMERICAN ITALIAN :f..PROVINCIAL. Down There," filmed in an underwater ,.--... _t.Code I l I I I I I
S setting starring- Tony t t
HOW COLOR SIZI 1'1I"1 tOtAL Plllel SHI'G ,WT.
Randall, Janet Leigh and co- CATALOG NUMII! MANY NAME 0'ITiM Ea.YdNErc Oou.n C..... lDl 0.t .
starring Jim Backus, Ken Bar-

i TABLE -'SIX"CHAIRS' CHINA CABINET : ry are, and suggested. Roddy for McDowell.General Audiences Both- t 2 1 1Ie -t -- -- !1&& I I ,,

3 -, 1& I

Showing at the Florida. Sun- t _- & I' ,
day, Monday and Tuesday la ,
: ALL
GROUPS ESPECIALLY PRICED & l
FOR : 'Michael and Helga," sensa- ,

; tional drama of uninhibitedlove t ,i II
: in marriage a. frank and ,
DINING ROOM MONTHS : revealing film, starring Ruth 7 i ,& II

Gassman and Felix Franchy.It t E : & I, t
j Is rated "R", restricted.
(NOVEMBER) "Fireball Jungle" and "Mon- : p I I I i I Ii!

do Mod" share a double billing;
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10 11
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at the 301 Drive-In Friday: i



.1 Prices Start At $299.95 Saturday reds"Fireball", beautiful and, Sunday.a girls show, 'and of hot exquisite t'11'I I I AI M STAUAUN1 ONnA_ _. = ,0..:mod'I I:; :I


color photography .0INNINQ / AND ON TN/IAMB -. .._ -., r. ...
S .starring John "Lawman" Rus- t DAlI 00' lucce"'YI' MONTHS p'o -qN I

It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" sell, Lon Cheney, Randy Kir- I WIU PAYE_ _.oN,""UNTIL'I .4WIAUNCf oac,.. ,., I I t
by and introducing Alan Mixonas .
1'0"ell'' IL''''0 IN'ULL MI1IM. pay.p = I
"Cateyc Moares." t 'Art O"OlNAl COMMCr. SHAI{C".ul 'N FOCI ,"."..... ....M4.

.1 Denmark Furniture Co. .lONeo W-K/ r.flI t
"Monda Mod: ," filmed on the w........ -. h.M.Hanel

beaches of Hawaii and SOuth- t ANOR W.-. YMKA.10NA1 ,
'. ern California to the angry t
434 W. CHI 8t. Phone 984-827. cry of protest, captures all the NOTICE TO W YEI, 1 I. Do not ngn ihn contract b.bn you nod it or ,1.contain, ony blank pots (IEon Me l or..'.........Ran I
... ........ fervent excitement of the famous Vow or.*..,,-.lo on exact copy o*Ht. poor or contract, "you span 3 Under (*.,-.yog hov. ....roht' to ocy off ,n ac o.",h...,it,
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........... W t d< and und. c ftq n etrgumitone *o obngtn a oartial rdu.d.4 th hm chorg or tin**ar c*d.H.ol
riot on Sunset Strip. O r -_ _- -
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commanding hither .salaries.
bhihday.Kill Underwood. of lampion I Tract Rezoned The plant is expcctitl! to Include Christmas BazaarTo

Lake was culled to Georgia; South Of Waldo GO to 75 machines: for
HAMPTONBy Oct. 31, when his younger brother sewing and cutting, nnd will Be Sponsored J By
EPjj7&IIIjMr. ; ; was killed in an automobile For FactoryAlachua handle:! garment contracts from

Mr. D. E. mil accident. Survivors includehis County Commissioners chain federal store agencies work.and< possibly Hospital Auxiliary;

...
.6 .. -" wife and two children. have rezoned :a two-acre
-- Mrs. Delmar Williamson is tract of land south of WalJo on
CIIUltCH NEWSTwentyfour: in Alachua General HospitalIn the Waldo! Serving: Florida
S. 301 to permit
Miss Anne IambertofOrange U.
nmi MI-I. Mnrk nr'loll1of \ Mrs. Martha Moore was a were baptized Gainesville where she underwent -
1950greeting
Since
JnckKnnvillr wore visiting weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Park was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon at Home's surgery last week. Community Development Corp.
Mr. nnd Mrs W P, He.lons enSumtoy. George Schoene In Orange Park. John Greene on Sunday. Midlake home when Hampton Handle Hayes is spending his to build an $80,000 garment Is
site
!: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ketchle Baptist Church held a baptism Marine Corps leave here with factory. The proposed service
Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss of Valdosta Ga. wore weekend service. New members include his Mr. and Mrs.Fos- located at "Schenck's Corner"ani 9ne
Mr nnd Mis. 1t.'nry Godwin Louise Stern will attend the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green, Mr. ter parents Hayes and family. He arrived was rezoned from agricultural ----.. ,... ..
,nn Mrs. Lola Johnson were in Auditorium tonight l-.A. Johns and sons Boatwright, to dustrial.
Civic and Mrs. Terry
sonville Lejeune N. C., and expects I"
JIInl'svlllcGa. -over the weekend of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Corporation
and Tim- The Development j
Knight Cordially
.. Mrs. Emory be home until Nov. 26. Mrs. Carolyn tr"
visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Ei Mrs. J. E. Wilson has had Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. on Sun- my Knight Mrs. Avoy Youn- Mrs. Lonnie Melton is to plans to establish the factory
word Johnson.Lt. as visitors S. T.Dell of Gainesville day. ker and Michael Younker, Joy enter Alachua General Hospital with a $72,000 Small Buslnsss Eaves i f I 1i Welcomes
Hank: Graliim, who ha last Thursday and Col. Williams, Charles !liinson. Alma In Gainesville this week,, Administration loan and( an RepresentativeI\ ,"'
complete: a year's: duty in and Mrs. H. C. Wall and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin Hinson Mrs. Billy Jean for a leg operation.A additional $8.000 pledged by Ph. 964-5812 You and Your
Vietnam, wm horn from Jim Grainger of St.. Augustine and daughter Cheryl of Avon Curtis Linda Harrison, Lin- G. Pope was called toEast- people in the Waldo community. to Your
Thursday: to Ti'.padiv. H:- left on Tuesday. Park were weekend visitorsof da Aarrlson Linda Stone Toni! man. Ga.last weekend with news Eight months of discussion:! 122 N. Bay St. Family
Tuesday: for New York City Mr. and Mrs. Bob Franklin Mrs. Eve Baldwin. Stone Mr. and Mrs. Wlldon of the death of his brother and planning have gone Into Starke New Home
Mrs. Nelson arct'n111' nt- of Orlando were last Wednesday Rev. W.A. Uogan and Wil- Stinson Chanda Simmons, John Jesse Pope. Mr. and Mrs.Pope the effort.
tend the Wcsleyan Service to Saturday visitors of Mr. and liam George attended the Flo- Simmons Mike Simmons, Mrs. drove to Hampton from Eau The 5.000 square! foot plantwill
FloridaIt
GuH: planning conference in Mrs. C. R. Scoggins. rida Baptist Convention In Miami Wes Griffin and Tracy Jones. Gallie and Mrs. Pope remained employ about 80 persons The State of
Lakeland! : over the: weekend.Mr. Airman and Mrs. Bobby Case Monday to Thursday. here with her son-in-law and with 75 of these drawing salaries Welcome and
NEWS Feel
SCHOOL You
nnd Mrs. DRltch Green and son, who have been visitingMr. Miss Jayne Hardy of Tift are sche- daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Edward at the minimum wage Is Our Desire to Make
Mo. and Mrs. Merrill Struth the University and Paul Prater of School pictures went To Aquaint You With Your City.If .
!and family of St. Charles. duled to be taken Friday next Saxon, while Mr. Pope onto level or hljher. The remaining
will\ arrive Sim'-.iy: ; for three past two weeks, have left for the University of Georgia spent week Nov. 21, according to his brother's funeral. 15 persons will be in manage
weeks visit with :Mrs. Nelson their new station In Sherman, J.E.the weekend Hardy with and Mr attended and Mrs.the Principal Lennard Register Mrs. Tom O'Neal of Tennessee ment and sklllel: positions you are new in the area a phone
Green and family. Texas.Mr. Tuesday evening, Dec. 2, is visited her parents Mr.
Local admittance! to Brnd- and Mrs. Victor Lamb Fla. Ga. game. the next PTA meeting, at 7:30In and Mrs. J, A. Williams last Bedford Lake were visitors In call will bring you a prompt visit
ford County Hospital: this week( Dawn and Daniel Lamb attended Mr. and Mrs.W.C, Harvey Jr. the school cafeteria.A week while Mr. O'Neal attended Miami last weekend with Mr.
the Gainesville Drag Strip on is conference at the University Weest and local hostess. Please! give
Indues: Mrs Elennor Jackson of Atlanta Ca. spent the weekend Thanksgiving program a and Mrs. Gordon from your
Mrs. Rebcca Nettles Mrs. Sunday. They were accompanied with Mr. and Mrs. JW. planned with the various clas- of Florida. Mrs.O'Neal other relatives
Gladys Green MV, Bonnie by Fred Browning of Gaines Ritch. ses taking part for an after- visited with her sisters Mrs. Charles Prevatt of New York her a call! She has maps and many
Padgett nnd Debbie Kirkland, ville. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner noon the week before the Arthur Redding, and Mrs. David City visited from Saturday to
for
Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. and all were ata free and wonderful gifts you
Starke: Mark L. Klefer Miss and son of Orlando were Sat- Thanksgiving recess. Students Younker Monday here with his mother,
June Drake William!: L, Reyn John were In Palmetto recently S. urday evening visitors of Mr. will be out for Thursday and family reunion at the Williams Mrs. Clifford Prevatt, and his from local businesses.
olds WUl'am\ Wilson Miss! visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. and Mrs. Barney McRae. Friday. Nov. 27 and 28, for home Saturday.Mrs. sister, Mrs. Marcelene Camp
John and their sister, Mrs. and Mr.
St. Brown
T. F. bell, and children.
!
Marilyn Brldjs! nnd le'V'.s Mrs. Guy Andrews was last the holiday.
from
Ruth Christanio, a visitor Raleigh Brannen of
and Mrs.
Keystone Heights: Philip \) Thursday luncheon guest of
Spltzs. Conn. Friends of Mrs.. FINE STATION - - -
Darien - -
In "'
Prevatt and Mrs Winnie Mildred St. John will be interested Mrs. Lawrence.Brasington Volunteers have been work-
Shuford La\vty: Mss Deinn.l: to learn that she is recovering Gainesville. ing on the Hampton area fire r---
Allen Lake Butler: Mrs. Minnie nicely from a second station, the former grocery III hL.
Tag nrt, Doctor's Inlet: cataract operation and is residing Douglas Seymour of Tampa store at the corner of Navarre
and Mrs Ida Whitehead, Mel Lake Village and Hallie Seymour of Orlando St. The cement -
at Leaser Ave. and Division
In Palmetto. spent the weekend and Mrs.with J their, D. slab was poured and fin- I Free Contest! i iI
rose.Mr.. nnd Mrs H. A, Lawson S/Sgt. and Mrs. Wlllard W. parents. Mr.With Mrs. Gladys ished by Orville Brookins andE :
have had as visitors Mr. ana Wynn of Ft. Bennlng. Ga. were Seymour. and Edwin Williams, W. Hodges, and blocks have :
Mrs. Charles:: Lawson and chit home for the weekend. Harrington attended: the Florida- been laid up to the window I 1 1I
all
dren cf Tallaha see ard Mr. Mrs. E. K. Perryman has they level this past week by Jeff
and Mrs John Rambo an1 chll. returned from two weeks visit Georgia game. Del1Mored.ck Baker and William F. Trlnks.
drsn of St, Petersburg: Friday with Mr.and Mrs.Ferryman. John Adams of Athens.and Miss Ga. spent Paul Meng has been working on When Will It Freeze? tt II t
overnight, and M153 El'zabjth: In Bethlehem, Pa. the weekend with Dr. and Mrs.H. the electrical wiring on the I
Lawson and:! Miss: Georgia Le- Mrs. Grady Crocker of Miami and attended the building.


Monday:Beau: Mrs.of Victor to Rlv Wednesday! Lamb I'Beach: :and daugh from and Sewell.masville overnight Mrs. W.guests Ga.E.were Banks of Mrs.Tuesday of Tho-W.B.;, Florida-Georgia.Mr.H. Adams and Mrs.weekend game Sherrod, guests Ham-, BIRTHDAY sixteenth Guy Haddock birthday PARTY celebrated Sunday Nov.his t IIIL Would You Like To Guess? II t tt

had as
ter Dawn, and son, Daniel, attended Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers ilton and Mrs. Jack Porter and 10 with a supper party. Thir-
the Liberate Show held and daughters of Jacksonvillewere Mr.daughters of Clayton, Ga.,Gary teen were present at the Had- t I
at the Coliseum on Friday. Tuesday visitors of Mr Hamilton of FSU and Mrs.Mark dock home for the occasion. ,
and Mrs. Tully Norman. Hamilton and daughter of PERSONALS First Federal I is offering prizes to those: Who come closest

--------t Miss Bertie Holland Register Gainesville. Mark Hamilton a Brown, son of Mr. and the date and time of first freeze. II t
Jerry
I to guessing
: Ga. was visiting her sis senior at U. of: F., attendedthe Brown, arrived our
AnnouncementCAROUSEL Mrs. W. K.
i t ter, Mrs. W. H. Holland, and National Leadership Con- from the Marine -

from Mr. and Sunday Mrs.to Tuesday.S. L. Peek Jr. ference day to Sunday In Savannah which was Ga.spon-Fri- home on base leave at Camp last week.Lejeune t You Can Have Two Tries! II t
1 1t N. C. Thursday
: Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. sored by Humble Oil Co. Mrs. H, W. Priester of Ft.
A. S. Harrison visited the Merchandise Miss Ginger Baldwin of Tift weekend here
I It Mart In Tampa on Sun University was home for the Pierce spent last Gerald Ad- I II
t with Mr. and Mrs.
CANDLE day. weekend.DPI Mrs. Priester is Mrs. I
t I It Mrs Kathleen Goethe of East Robert A, Wiggins, who kins.Adkins' sister-in-law. Sunday : 1st Prize $25.00 Savings Account :

t SHOPPE I Palatka spent Thursday to Mon- has returned from two years visitors at the Adkins' were I II
day with Mr. and Mrs. Her- duty In the Medlterrean, was Mr. and Mrs. Emory Prevatt I
I I It bert Thomas. They spent Sun- home for the weekend from and family Mr. and Mrs. Joel
: OPENING ON day at their camp in the Scrub. his base in Norfolk Va. Smith and family of Jacksonville -
Mrs. Nora Price of Roberts- Miss Susan Wiggins was a and Mr, and Mrs. Calvin t 2nd Prize $15.00 Savings Account I
FRI. NOV. 14, '69 vale, Ala. is visiting her sis- weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard and daughter of Ocala.
t ter, Mrs. Vergie Flynn for Tom Southwell in Jacksonvilleand Willard Thomas entered the
"* several weeks. attended the FloridaGeorgia VA hospital in Gainesville on
''rI Come: make Mrs. Ralph Diggs and daughter Friday last week, to undergoeye
see us game.
,
.. I Carol, visited Mr. and surgery Monday. 3rd Prize $10.00 Savings Account :
-
candles Mrs. Bob Farrior in Brooks- Miss Dianne Edwards, who Is Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks :
t our own vllle Thursday and Friday majoring in Elementary Edu- Jr., of Gainesville are the parents I e eI
Alvin Howard and Mrs cation at Florida Atlantic Univ- of a son, David Christopher -
t and things Merrill Edwards visited their ersity in Boca Raton spent born Monday, Nov 3, at
uncle J.G. Howard in Alachua the weekend with her parents Alachua General Hospital in
t General Hospital on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J, M, Edwards Sr. Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Otto t CONTEST RULES f
U. S. 301 Gordon Sullins of Brooksville t Dianne was chosen as Little Hicks of Hampton are grandparents D

t 4 :Miles!' North Of spent Sunday to Thursday ol Sister to the Lamba Chi Al. and their new grandson Hicks'' 1. All :you have to do is come the closest to picking ,
Mrs. ,
last week with his son-in-law r pha fraternity at their initiation was born on
t Starke and daugher Mr. and Mrs,, Tuesday night. the date and time of the FIRST FREEZE... and ,

I_n __ __. __ _---J Ralph Diggs. JacksonvilleBusiness each person has two tries! Entry form 'A' is
below and is to he cut out of the newspaper. Entry ,
... ... .ISSiael..l- o4IE.t .
form 'B can be picked tip at the First Federal ,

r office... 395 West Madison Street. If you guess
twice 3-011: must use one of each form (not both of t
AWAY
SW i16 ] t the !same' kind).
THIS
t
t
electricice 2. The form when completed should either be mailed
t
rFIt crusher DirectoryAuto I in or brought in to First Federal (do not use

I the night depository because! the time we receive

V WITH Features -- Sales and Service t it, or you mail it, must be determined). I

stainless i 3. Your entry form must he received or postmarked
sleet, I. t Parrish Motors at least 21 hours prior to the FIRST FREEZE ,
PURCHASE
self feeding ,, j ALES and 1969.in any event not later than November 30, ,


OF crusher SERVICE PARTS VOLVO 4. Employees of First;;t Federal and their immediate I
I
wheel. ,//
''' j families are not eligible to win prizes.
fast I
I THIS Powerful Always Good Used Cars 5. The FREEZE must be reflected by the First Fed- ,

cc: 921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 I eral Time and Temperature Sign; (and not determined .,

t 4s t tt. at any other location). When it reaches

KT.ETTRir MOTOnq 32 degrees the time and temperature sign will t
GHEE t "lock in the time" that it reached 32 degrees.

,1 t. MAGIC I Iit PEAVY Brothers This will determine the winners. Io t

Electric Co., t


it ._ -- RANGE I It Electric Motors GOOD t

Sold Serviced Repaired


:t t ,--w...".::=---.0-;"" ___ FOR ONLY I Iit Generators Rewinding 1.4014 T.enox- Starters Jax 387-2528 Armature ;I 32. +lI LUCK 1I t


:;..,
it ; PIANOS --- tibia ter--- nets-- ---finis -- ,

., 10.,...:'"." -' $ .00 YAMAHA PIANOS I I FORM "A"TO ; ,

.t -; -..,.-; 199 WT CONN and KIMBALLORGANS: : 1st Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of StarkeR '
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: !' rt ;-:;::::.-., 1 395 W. Madison St., Starke Fla. 32091 II t
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t Gentlemen : I
f I believe the First Federal Time and Temper. t
C r W
FINANCING AVAILABLE: t I ature Sign will register the FIRST FREEZE on .
a i
Date II I
I Time: Hours & Minutes -.-- .
.I, I ,. ._.._- CLOCK AND TIMER (Be sure to specify A.M. or P.M.) I

CHOICE OF COLORS KI\J.: ALI. "SWINGER" Name .., I I
My ---
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VMAOIC MM Roosevelt18113888519; I Address -
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WESTERN STOKE Phone Number ? .

t ENTER OUR FREE RANGE CONTEST NOW LITTLE DUDE t / --- itir-- ass---- --teals-tufts- II t



I Western Store fI SAVINGS A9 LOAN ASSOCIATION Time AndTemperature


!.i.iI SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES : Western good. Saddles Clothing and-- Trailers Leather ,,I It04)1161000.71 a ,WIST Ma/sowTill 24 Hrs. A Day I

3.1,1io o*iwf i
,. Charles & Sharon Petty t t
332 W. Madison St. Phone 964.7701 901 8. Ed..wood 884-110

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is Building Man Charged tus depot nnd attendants! at
Onlv ollirr nrllon sri MDIIcl.iy \ (Continued Tram Pave One) Carter, attempted robbery; F. Contract Ends With Engineers another station ncio!'s the
; for Nov. 21 i-i I the; cniw of C. Alkliiison, Jr., fontrry and For LibraryContinued After EnteringBus street; saw Moore in the closed
Cary N 'I Isnn, prrconl under ann Mini: MnikPl.! Slip was nUN In .c n forgery!: and tabuing station.
n jnvKiMilrnrp\ ( iinr tliMlcn: for pntpnc."il: I lo n $!tnn<)( finp and n worthless chock: Leon Clyde (Continued From Page Cue) ( From Pave One) Station Deputy Glenn Moore was
possession: of n Mill and, iStll'oppnmil's to niiikp restitution In each E.i)'I). oHrnpe: Henry Thompson summoned by the! station at- i itenCant3
: rteslKiis-rt\ for (lie case: mid was placed on two Jr.. escape: Roper. Lee worked with the city as an with Smith & Glllesple- 'It'sas ders said. "The entire com- and sascmecne
nnntifnehii'o: \ of moonshinevlilskoy yra I"R )probation.! Jones, escT:1: Lawrence employee of It, S & 11. firmly established as any- mittee feels that the community James! Henry Moore picked running from the: bus station
> and poscpsilon! of James: M. Reddish ploAdrdJ'ullly ; Jo! rph Mlkowskl, escape and The Council started to adjourn body in the state.* will rally together and make the wrong time to enter tho about 7:40: p.m. The deputy: got )
mnoii'hinp.! Nolson! plod not to nKRrnv.ilod' assault ]larceny of ,1'' truck again, but Mayor Carl Wiggins agreed: "If I can't this building dream come true. Greyhound Bus Stnt.on( : oil ,bloodhounds and the dogs trailed .
puilty May; 12 infii! but. chang itipim hIM! wife, Mrs Betty' Rpl- Johnny Gross' & Jo :'ph Bunch Hurst and Bond Trustee Cliff have Reynolds, Smith, and When you have the support of Temple Ave. last Friday: n :lht. the 20-year-old Negro to his j.
oil his pirn to guilty June 9. inr! !). entC'ncl'tf(\ > one year in the and entering .nivr grand larceny said: pie. debt the Council does not wantto 'arrested and charged with! '41
Drf'nclntlpll'nct: piillly in Bradford County Jnil. The "You're in the middle of the Tucker said he hadn't madeup Cou'itians: how can you fail, I
sentence ; Levi Williams! two cases go deeper into debt with Mrs. Sanders said. breaking and:! en'ellngwith intent
..II1''rneRses< and were senten rune concurrently with of Induing worthless check; stream without a paddle. You his mind which firm he yet another bond issue just two' Every Bradford Countian to comitt petit larceny. Hit
'A one-year form Reddish: Is should choose an engineer and wanted, but Smith & Gillespie 12:03
ced.Brnnle Robert Earl Miller escape and years after the last one. should have the to was arrested at : a.m.
opportunity
Wlnsflcld pleaded serving for contempt of court. larceny of nn automobile!: : Fred tell him to start on the new appealed to him because it Since that meeting several foster his own education and The deputy said a fecOins,
guilty to 1'fjliKtworthless Boyd Maxwell: O'Neal and DOWer olant protect. handled cities the same size months Councilman
Cnrlton Turner, Brand larceny; Tucker has cultural development through pennies) and nickels were taken
Check tt> A&A Supply Co. Inc.. Dirrcll: Thomas Strong both. Carlos Norman and James Al- "It we stay in the power pro- as Starke. questioned R, S & 11.It's the use of a public library in James Moore; is in the
last Nov. 21. HP 19. plcarie I ducing business it is a fore- On a Bowen motion, then, the
wm sentencedto guilty to larceny yin Tyler, three cases of break- gotten so they can't see us Starke. The value of contin- Bradford County Jail tinier
nn indptprmlnnte\ sentenceof cf nn automobile any gone conclusion that we are Council voted unanimously to down here,* he said
: bieak-
to and entering And grand larceny Tuesday uing education in our modern $3,500 bond He is scheduled
six months to two years to and! enterlrsr the Humble 011 At buildings: owned by going to buy another engine employ S & G. night when asked what the dis- space age Is immeasurable for arralgumeiu Nov. 20 In
whether it's through bond issue Last Thursday, Nov. 6, the
run currpinly with n spntncc & Refining! Co last Srpt 18. satisfaction with R, S & H
Eugene Starling of Lawtey, H. Support your Bradford County County Judge's Court.
cash, or what. Council spent three hours listening
lie is now Judge. Crews has been. Neither he Chair-
fprvlnv! for the same sentenced each E. Priest of Lawiey and the ilazen nor Library Building Committee -
suggested the could to proposals from four
city
offense' in Orange! County. lie to five years In the State Pris- property of Jackson Building::; split its engineering services, engineering firmsSmith & man Jimmy McRae would say now,* Mrs. Sanders con- SERVICE SCHEDULE)
Is presently confined to the on on each count, but specified, Supply) Inc of Starke. more. cluded.
Avon Park Correctional Institution. the terms to run concurrentlywith giving the electrical work to Gillespie. Bessent, Hammack But it was Tucker's motion .--_ CATHOLIC CHURCHESST.
Smith & Gillespie and the water & Associates Ebaugh Goethe: several
sentences the youths are + weeks ago on which TIn BRADFORD EDWARD'S, Starke
gas, and sewer work to Inc. of Gainesville, and K, S :
I,iny\ Wayne Kinsr! of Mid now srrvln far: the sam! offenses Walter Tippy; says; (hat hPesnse Bessent, Hammack & Assoc. & II. From that council mem- the Council decided to get pro- COUNTY TELCGKAPHPuhlii Sunday Mass, 8 .,m. and
dl]"burg pl 'ndPd guilty to two : In Polk County he had no money to invest That was discussed but the bers had apparently decided posals from other engineering 9:15 a.m.Monday.
cass! cf brt'klnlf111: ; enterInfr. Judge Crews pointed out that he hadn't been wiped out Council decided it wanted to upon S & G and Bessent-Ham- firms. ) t"d every Thursdayat Mass, 8:30: a.m.
A pro "?:uence investigation 'because cf their youth both In the crash of 1929. "My rtrrnif \- give one firm all the business. mack as the two firms they The situation now is that until iJf: > W Call Street! Wednesday Mass, 7 p.m.
wnq ordered! In the break- men could still be relea'e.l and poerthe reflects Councilman P. T. Nolin said would consider. an agreement is made with S'arke, Florida 3:091:! Saturday Mass and No.
In of Home's! Restaurant' last. could still become good citizens.! : kepi me from going hroke," he felt strongly about two things: Dissatisfaction with R. S, &i. another standstill firm on the the expansion city is at of a Second class postage pa'ct!' vena, 7 p.m.
April: ]12. The stat was printed: Seventeen other defendants a a I 1) That the
needs
city a firm II Florida.
apparently began when Electrical the power plant. But it has at Starke,
p'l'mll"on|! to 'dismiss! the second >also] had( innocent pleas enter- Wf have 11'0' I/r/r/ / rIll/ I virwsrt with an established reputation, Engineer Gordon been ST. WILLIAM'S, K'stone His
Priday already concluded
cn"p< King i h represented ed for them! most of them by these day,. They are not at and 2) That the city needsa told the Council he recommenced Council and the Bond Trustees by the Subscription Rates: Sunday Mass, 9 a.m.
by Attorney George Pierce Public Defender R. A. Green, till! effected by a day at a firm that can meet all its another bond issue to pur- that the power plant must be In trade area, $5 CO peryear. Wednesday Novena, 7 p.m.
Onlli, was admitted by Mrs.Betty and LI'IRls1'1': fet for Dec 8. football! stadium, but would needs. chase a new engine for the expanded or go beyond its firm $::!.i5 six mouths. ST. MARY'S
Stalling of St.irke in Defendants: :and charges are: bt marts! much worse by a Clerk Merrill Edwards then power plant. capacity perhaps in the next Outside trade area;: $350 Macclenny
three separate! cases tt Issuing Orvllle L, Carr, forgery and morning at the office said the city couldn't go wrong Already around$2.5 million in year. per year $300 six months Sunday Mass, 11:30 a.m.DEPARTMENT .
worthless $10 checks to n Jack. littering! a, forgery: Jerome *

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Woman : SCHEDULE FLAG FOOTnAl.f.. PLAYERS On ths! day they will lead
Struck 1 I 1 RECREATION NEWS\ !1 relf !:: Thtn:sclay. Nov. II- 4 p.m. i TO SEE GATORS the busies at the R'creitionDepaitmcnt
:
: Cadillac VII Kochs; 5 p.m., PLAY KENTUCKYThe old armoryat:> i
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Builders vs Carps. pliy?I'1I in the Bantam 10 n.m. and h"id for Florida
By Truck Tuesday Nov. 18 4 p.m., and Small Fry Fo-tbnll League: Field. For many: of the; boys
Builders vs Kochs; 5 p.m., Cai-:!; are anxiously awaiting Satur this will bs the first time to
A" H Bank 2-r-1. Andrews 2-C-l. lilac Vs Carps. day Nov 15. see a live college football
un-yenr-old and black A witness SCHEDULE
woman Manassas Va. a sweater. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'........................................ ..uhuu Uhh (game
Friday was night fatally when injured struck here by a her said purse she was as she placing crossedthe keysin S ',3t M'w Monday vs Nov.rim 17-4" Federal p.m.: Community ; 5 ;:::::::::::::::;:;::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;: ;:;:;;;:;:::;:;:;:f :;;;;; ji;;;: ;;;; ;;;1jmm1mi; ;; ;*i ;;:ffj;::; :::;:f:;::1:;: ;::i 5:j:;:;;;:;:::1:1i:1:;:;:;:;::: i::m:1:1:1:;:::;;;::;;::1:1:11:1:1:1ii:;::;::: :

pickup truck as she walked street and didn't see the 't).m. KFC vs Andrew.
across Temple Avenue (US- oncoming truck In time to step
301)) to the Carden liestaurant. back. BANTAM FLAG LEAGUE
Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer Way- The woman was carried 22
Aflcr plAying just two names\
land was pronounced dead-on- feet on the hood of the truck.
In the
past ihre-i weeks the
arrival at the Bradford County She was thrown off the truck
Hospital. No and landed Bantam Boys finally !trot backIn
charges have face down on the
action Thursday, Nov. 6,'
been filed .
against James E. pavement.
McCaskill of Gainesville who The accident occured at a- with Cadillac Uniform! tnktr! ''ron

stated he didn't see Mrs. Way- bout 6:35: p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, k4i Carp's Store an !I' SfM'keBuilders
land until the truck struck her. about 66 feet north of the Intersection meeting Kochs Drugs. Snap
According to a doctor's report of Temple Avenue The first game saw Cadillac
Mrs. Wayland died of and Brownlee Street.Mrs.Way- shut out Cards 16.0 behind:
brain damage and traumatic land was traveling alone. 'the running of Sharon Galn-
shock. She also had a compound Chief Chambers investigatedthe ey. Shnrone put two TDs on
fracture of the leg and accident. the Scoreboard with runs of 15
broken ribs. and 25 yards Raymond: Whittle
I iiii1iii;;;; miiiiiiijiiiiiii t:?::.:.:.::::::::.:::.:i:1ii:1:1:::::::; i And Allen Abridge/ each got two a bargain
Struck in the outside lane :: point conversions.

of the four-laned road as she gig:;:: MYERS NAMED pj:i: The second. game MW Starke
neared the restaurant Mrs.
John Myers Bund rs Increase their 1IIIfUC
executive vice
Wayland was nearly across the
lead as they downed Kochs
president of the StarkeBrad
road. McCaskill -
stated he ford 270. It wns Joey Thomas' dayas
County Chamber of Com-
stopped at the traffic
light at
he scored 4 touchdowns on
Carp's Dept. Store
merce was appointed
Temple and Brownlee general
Street manager of the 1970 North Flor- runs of 10. 3. 70, and 60 yards Electric rates
beside
a semi-truck and trailer. ida Springtime Festival at a Lee Casey. Jackson Prevatt, :Martin Davis and Benny Carter added a two
.
lie stated he
started fast
enough to pass the truck. Assistant meeting of the Bradford County Gene Tanner are kneeling ((1-r). Standing are Lewis point conversion.! have gone down
Police Chief Bill Chambers Fair Association Mondayafternoon. Cooper Jimmy fjtesy, and Rex Seimer.Carp's STANDINGS: Starke Build
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said that according to the I is tied for third place in Bantam League era 5-0, Cadillac 3-2. Kochs 14.Carp' eleven times
truck's Frank Williams, Fair Association 1-4.
skidmarks it was go- play.
Ing from 27-31 mph. president, conductedthe TEEN DANCE 4 ; since 195Jf
Mrs. Wayland meeting during which pre- -
was wearing
The Rereatlon Dept. will '
black slacks a white blouse liminary plans for the 1970 Fes- 4 ,>'a
tival were outlined. t k ctyA sponsor a dance to bs held at
14 the Recreation! Department following :,
!And
( Snap your home is
the football .i
BHS-LnVs City: *
flooded \\ ith light Twist a dial
game Friday, Nov. 14. '
The dance Is open only to ::1, : And your laundrnets
a
BHS students grades 9-12. It washedvhile you do the
will end at midnight. Clld And 1 stars
TerwilaegonMotors of the entertainment world

come into the room.
"
Pecan Picking in full color

Machines Will Today.c: rely on electricity
so much,, und have it so
Be DemonstratedA i 1 readily at our fingertips. that
y we often forget ho\v 'miraiulous'
variety of machines designed t it all would have seemed l .1 f few
to pick nuts from the
generations ago And 1 we seldom
ground will be demonstrated at
know' what
.1 Kirgainttameless
great
ON THISAI
tCadillac the Annual Florida Pecan Field
electric i 15. e> 'cci.lll\
at the
Day Big Bend Horti- "
cultural Monti- in thccu c infUition.irtimes
Laboratory In
cr cello, Thursday, Nov. 13. ,':e, The average 1 price I per kilowatt
'r
hour paid li> I,1 I'l.-sencd
Beginning at 9 a.m., the families today is one-third less
USED Field Day will offer a wide than it.was in '1C'57I'
Jtd5Y range of topics of interest to
pecan producers, Dr. Calvin No wonder then that you
Arnold, Department of Fruit use electricity so much: It's the
CAR Uniform Crops, University of Florida, liipirfsr bargain in \our biiditit

said. ......
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Kneeling ((1-r) : Glen Nettles, Eddie Akridge, and ,n f. -- Snap it up'
:Mike Cole. Dr. Bill French, Big Bend
Standing are Raymond Whittle, Jim Reddish -

and John Royles. open Horticultural the program Laboratory with a, lookat will I=I=I >

Cadillac is in second place with a 3-2 record in disease control. Entomologist .
Bantam League play. Dr. Will Whitcomb, Uni- rlJae..Iwl.1'xun W w"o.H'a ,trot Nr1 ?

versity of Florida, will presentnew
f Insect control research
Agricultural Extension Entomologist
Jim Brogdon will give
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(A) Boy* 26" Deluxe. Bicycle (C) 16" Sidewalk Bin ::1 / e
$ 95 --1966 Chevrolet Twirim.,............bdu'''In. t..nrn bad '.
2 ....- Lnd.n and fjlrl'i, m.dtl ,in_...... 7
4 ...hN.nlllm, > $4995 nn1Md $3488
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Fordor V-8 Automatic ovoIlobU. In Girl (
((0)) 20" B'. R.n.dadt Deluxe I P'B
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..n1Mdlnlanbe" $3995 rtmt tlamboiran geld
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Kneeling ((1-r) : 'andy Crews. Scott Salazar, .... ".....

Tommy Cannon, Andy Crews, and Bart Sheplar. Also available. Girls12"Sid.wolkBikenotshown
V-8 Pitkllpltoma1l(' RadiI and Heater Standing arc Bruce Tucker, Gary Reddish, Locainear $*
Low Mileage Hill ( ). . 25
Jimmy Clark, and Dale Johns.

Kock'w is tied with Carp's for third place witha 20" Girl's Polo Bike(not shown) . $6915 ((6))

1967 1.4 record. 20" Royal Matter Boy Bike (not shown,) $79"
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Glen DeSue, Max \Villiftird, Dean Brown, Eugene III ;
Johns, Larry Patand Tommy Bryan kneeling in 3M, 13" Convart''e' Sld.walk B 1 tit
Fordor -R Automatic Air ConditionedLow ..d tin-.d,. r.......
3-tp r or hub with nw 1
front ((1-r), Standing are Jay Godwin, Joey Thomas, tick shift. Front and n\ HI."" ... A.. 19"
Mileage One Owner r oralip ,.M..l., ..
$699 1.+ bI '
Benny Carter, Bobby Williford, Eddie Bradley, and < .r brok-. Flamboyant
Ken McKinney. avocado and whlt. 10" Sidewalk Bid. (not shown) 917.9S

The Builders! head Bantam League play with a

$1795{ --1967 Chevrolet perfect ;3-0) record.
WHEEL GOODS For the little tykes

Impala Fordor Hardtop YPower and
SMALL: FRY LEAGUE:
on the board with two 13-ya-d.
Air Conditioned One Owner
Small Fry Flag Football fOng -
( runs. \Va''e' WlrXler: helped out
Into tits final half of the with a 19-yard gallop for the ,./
season finds First! Federal other TD. -:1

Chevrolet Savings: : & Lean way out In In other games, Welnesday: :' .
$895-1964 Iront with an 8-0 record.In Nov. 5, Ker'-icky rrld Chick t
games played:! last Wednesday en and Andrews Drugs;[ battled
Ncv. 3, and Monday Nov. to a 0.0 ti:?. Then Monday:
Ic.nuFordor Automatic Radio and Heater
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I 10, First F3cbial downed: Com Nov. 10, Community Bank rrvn \
17,000 Miles Like New munity Bank: 18.G and Andrew cranked up their offense for a 34" Wagon

Drug, 200. In the Community 22-12 victory ever Kentucky: H .._.._'....':..
Bank game: : iire! boys put th5points Fried Chicken. ::?:Mw: ..'*" "d 1". 12" Duo-Deck fire( Trike 12" Duo.Dlck Trike 12" Duo-Deck TrIke
en the --corc'joarJ. BinjyPadcrtt Frar.kie: CI' FinnK.d In (lom.w
WS115 the: bl* Fin.ih.d In Ham- Finish.d In(lam -
on a 2-yard run: :M.ke .sun In that game! as he went bo'a"' ,... wi1/1"
TERWILLEGARMOTORS Kitchen on a 5-:,ard run aid across the steal line for three $Q93 brrwith;; ; $1995 tnr.1795 chom. and $- 95
Wade WInkler a 30-yard run big TDi. Chuck Register! helped .hit trim. wh""". trim! I f

Chuck Register scored for Community out with two-2 point conversions. 1100 AIM' ..,.f..,. I. 2f ... AIM ...".,;,< ,in >...VM m $19.9 S A''- ....1.l b''. I. "(>" .... .> $12.9 Sat
on a 29-yard pass and Jeffrey! Norman had a RI $4.95
l run phy. goof hy In a losing cnim as
:Mon ay's earns ae.il-it Andrews he scored two touchdowns for lwbl 101
?Qadoor.4 WJlfUINIIUIEflOOl TI 7p., R/yhl x ft' 1'i e 1.irL! 92 r
Druai. n\v F r t Federal the lCMr shut cut Andrews, 200. M ka STANDINGS: First Federal ) lOWEnp TERMS
i I COVERING i ArrtUNCIS'HOMt i INTHTAINMENI
Kltrh*n+ put Iwo t-uchdows 8-0, KFC 3-4-2, Community, HOME >U N SH MrV CFHIt 0


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person:niiil "serious vilio i .I"I'I''HI'II| |mav justImvo ilijfikilifil I Entries Invited For Xmas ) but them an, honest and' they statement refuse of toaccept -

a tliff .iH-ck. 'I"V,. facts) of the situation, I will not
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II U bin, TinItuffnln 1 I I.8 kMmii. o } :t drive the 11 miles to do my
( \ .) Ni'\vs. To Be Held Saturday, future business in Starke, a'nd' w & TRACTOR
; 'I will make my friends ccqualnted -
; with all the facts. Ijlj
Thc nnniuil IJrtitlfonl County community' OI'/lul/ '\ /: I offer my heartfelt thanks to Box 75 LaCrosse. Fin. Ph. Alachua: 462-2628

S.iluiit.iy.ChiKlnus t%* ; Div r.UmU1. I it.: .it will i 10::30 be: a JirM in.Ve ness Bradford iflrm County, 01' '(I till! : ;: the many merchants served who( wants haveso :;;;. OLIVER TRACTORS ;;;;
> graciously my
FLORIDATHEATRE want this to be the big- late fiuiToundini 01'01Thr. \ () over the past ten years. I am a :;:;: 10 DIFFERENT SIZES ;:;:
RVM n 11Ib\ ('*' yet." nys Roy deadline foi" ) isorry folks: but I Just will not :: Implements. Sirlt'wlnderfowers! Holland : :
13uinli.ini. 'harll1all! rt the llc- 1sinR: is onc-linlf : !have my solemn given word ;:;: Transplanters.! Cole Planters, John :.;:.;
tall Moi chants Division. "It fore bchcduli'd pii-adc .... ::
) and I will not be
questioned
>can only be uccr."Cul ivit'i$' rt.Uc of 'p:11'ado. Entry| and Others. :;:;
;; Blue Ezee Flow |:
your. cooperation() mici liclp." located! in parade :! forced to pay tribute. by your .. I
School chic oiu.inl/ntion, area( '1o b :be judscif. : police. ;;jj TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES & MODELS pi j;;
Fri., Sal., Nov. 14, 15 chinches, Scinils, businesses Kindly yours ::
Double Feature Program/ nnrt nil interested pctsons arc All entries must'bc ( H. D. Barnes. .... $
'InvilPd to pni; tlclpita by en- to. cncournso and ( Graham: Fla. :ffff::::::::::::::fffffiVffff:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:,:,:,:::;:::;:::;:::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::
A touch O'BlarneyAND 'I(cling flon::11, cars horses, theme of Christmas. > - -
,ibicyrles n'ul! other decorated )be judged on: theme I
A HEAP O'MAGIC vehicles. Kticss-inj;. the Cm 1st- ality, appenr.ince ;

". ... inns theme. itlcs, and educational: ;:
.. f. '
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,
/ 0:30: a.m. on the south side of prizes in the ;
,ithc BUS football field (W. Ad:! Theme division arc:
kins St.), nnd will navel isouili $iO; 2nd, $25; and (
:t. on Orange St. to lUr.cllson: ( St., Prizes in .. '
: cast Mndlson: ; to '
turning Division are: isi ;
: '". ChIT then north on% Cherry 2nd $15.Following.
-:" Court St. north, d.ibandaig; : at in an !
,.f ., .\ \,.\ ,the Florida Bank: )pniUing: lot. ''Wnnk 'which may be
1t : ... The pnracl ii open to any :and: mailed to iMr.
.\ ONE WEEK ONLY !
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1NciI1Varbj !/ I .
Brnham-:
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Mr. Roy
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OGill and 1 I 'P. O. Box 1116 i

the Little I Starke, Fla. I I

You can count on us. We will i H INCENEkATOKS I
PeopleJr"I. I ii ;.the'Annual Bradford County Christmas I

toe, held Saturday, Dec. 13, at 10:30: a.m. ;
IElHNli'1' ,OR J : I II *y, I
s- I \t-I:; 'of 'organb'ationclubchurch- i :-- ; >

PLUS ,,".' \. or IndividuaL) 'I : Oil $217.25


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L _ _ _ 205.40

a..,. BHS / :

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Rt"or Organizing


.... $ : Science \
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II !"' ; Poultry Supply Company
't.I A Bradford
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1cteoWpj lII.t : student, senior Larry

_, ti: : a PA.fli P'cttpt' is In the progress of
the first convention '
clubs below the stale WASHINGTON ST. Starke, Florida PHONE 964-6382
Sun. Mon.. Tues. McLeod ])I'esld
EDDIE SMITH: MANAGER
Bradford High S
Nov. 16, 17, 18
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conceived the idea
..
-: ing charge of <
local convention to
IS MAN THE ANIMAL... Tallahassee in : -
WOMAN THE TENDER according to Mrs.
eon BHS science!
MATE?

Escambla Thirty-three on the wsst
Boy Bags on the south ,will :
the first of its kind
73-Po/nf/ BuckGet meeting. From 400-500
are expected: to HEADQUARTERS
Purpose will be
a load of this 13-polnt Florida Association
/buck that: got a load:! of shot Clubs, McLeod says.
from Jeffery Bnker's shogun! vention will hold a
Sunday near Griham. Killed seminar elect a first '
about 30 m'rutes: after the of the new sa'r'r
patty set out hunting this! up committees for '
Or RotANO lAMMERfi "swamp" deer weighed in ata larships science sofve your heating problem
little more than 200 pounds, ters for -area
: ,Mi.cJI'RE and was Jsffary's first and th's!I the general with the remarkable\ SIEGLER ;'
is his first! year AN riclqa Ing. Jeffery is the son of Mr. and science awards,
and Mrs. Jeff Baker tf Hampton Plans ,are to Equipment /\/179
rk III
Ilw1 COLOR pi, and was hunting w.th; his ClauCe Kirk to speak
' father and Mr. Cox of Graham. ious known scientists. _
PARENTS:ONLY? YOU CAN JUDGE IF YOUR Swamp der 1'ke: this one Only other such
CHILDREN ARE MATURE ma INTFUIGENT generally run quite' a bit heavier held now are
ENOUGH TU VIEW THIS REVEALING HIM
,
than the "scrub" deer state 'and national
around Camp Blanding and Dickerson says.Hearing .
Ruth GASSMANN Felix FRANCHY Ocala National Forest, say the ...
AN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURE 51 hunters. Plenty ,to eat in 1= \ t1f

1969 American, ,international' Pictures swamp areas, and a harder Set : BIll )
area for hunters to get into, j W9 j
helps to explain: it. On Proposed

r\c n__i--j__ I HEATER
_I .Ir VbIILUV a : bP '
o : \ UP TO 5 ROOMS y" 'j ? J

A public hearing

301 Drive-In In to Gainesville determine which Friday Perfectly '; 4 I

use will by be a restricted new state law.The In : I Any Decor I tj F S

law, whIch ,i Y ,
SHOW BEGINS AT 7:00 P.M. ( '
.'- s
fect January I 1. is '
ADMISSION: 75c Low Price
curb the use of t UI) : V
judged by the : .. 4i c1Ei .
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FIlL, SAT., SUN. NOV. 1.1, 15, 16 Agriculture to be
DOUJII.K. : FEATURE to man or his $
fROGRAM A list of 35
:
posed for possible
has been compiled by $69.95
ticide Technical !

wJ9 den cording, head to of Dr.the p
i
of Entomology of the zp3
: sity of Florida's & $
Food and
ces IFAS). The
PILOT T
of will the be proposed for public list a:

The suggested list
highly toxic
parathion and phosdrin
as the more 22.95 Semi-Central Heating System
like DDT and endrln.
The 13-member

1' [ U&3A pared Technical the list Council was $32.95 The Siegler :Mark III pours floor level

to make heat out the front back and both sides

II1WJ\1 .. % ;ue JIJtJCt4I on commissioner matters of of for multi-room heating without costly

Ing. Members of the pipes and registers. Build it in the wall

IJ:I \N \ TIIUNOrRIMO a include representative agricultural from RANGE or just pin it to the wall. In two-tone

icide industry, and baked enamel or luxurious wood grain

aJly.I'I'' # agencies tatives from such as the GAS vinly coating it will add beauty and

of Health, the Board wonderful new comfort in your home.
servation, and the ENDS
Come in
and
the
Fresh Water Fish f NOV. 22nd. In soon see : remarkable
ion. entry will new Siegler 1 Mark III automatic gas
PLUS .. .. .
pi>ce. .arv heating system.
1 'i" I IT 1 tf feM k_ _
;: ; : thE Old / B INSTALLED COMPLETELY Including


Venting, Wiring of

=- w Thermostat,

i ,;; 4 fJ G.as im i 36995
v: /
/fUBo
,- and a loaned

-' [,R AGAIN, .( 250 gallon tank"A


L' L\tiit "Sometimes when Phone 964-7701
give and forget, you
had remembered."


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tf+ r JACKETS .1"
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\ Christmas ,, ) Small Muse will lard 'his
; fall vinyl jacket with luminous .
S .CI quilted 11nine for extra wirmth .-1yy'k ( 'A'I' / -
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r At this price snap up sevurilin tl
,a gay solid colors, 'for school .ik : t /
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: J-Y:: LADIB' GOWNS U.L. Approved Solid State, Instant Sound T.bl.Po'I.hl. 1\11t.:
1 $ 6 FT AM Radio Electric and Battery Operated, With shape sot. X.IT soil release ,
Stock on these for Christmas : '
: 'J t ,i'j' Nylon TricotI up Long distance reception '0' Cell battunesa (. 65' cotton 35'p.l _
BROWN Telescopic' antennaModel Shape sot means No fomnf ic
tftiJ I colors YOU SAVE i.00MEN'S rrifn' I. shrinking. 'incur' ,,,
''I B60I YOU SAVE 2 00 color loss -
.I f .'L.cyd.,11 Fashion' detailed, 9 FT. 44< R I X.'IT nems.LiumlprsLADIES', ,
\ \: SUM S. M. L I po I t atsior and cleaner, -

.' :'/ f I ".1<_96/ 0 EAGLE AIR MATTRESSES r q FLASHLIGHTSuSETS! t I UD :

For floating, fun .in the f -1
\: lazing' at Ih. beach or .L \. One Flashlights''for the home I rie -
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1 : j\: RAIN JACKET 6 Ft. cowfortihle Inflatable" pillow caiipmg' GB t\ One 'for the cv. [kftit I. .' GYM SNEAKERS _
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27 X 72 ..
I Largo size .
I With Hood Plastic ...J<4 ':s,% 5,0I,0Ic."j',,, ''.'' No'. ski" I '''k'
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allaports protector ::::' '
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wind, and ram, with removable QUAKER STATE TOILET CASE KITS ...
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;. I \ snip on ,hood with drawstring. Effl r .. '. ....'- 9't'' : "U
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-_ Full upper "large flap pocketsSizes -
0: > S. .M. L XL MOTOR OIL low 30 Full zipper opening YOU SAVE 70' / ,: \ -
J with waterproof bnnrg
irj *. 100 Pure POMP Great for raveling :
i; MOTOR All weather. Keeps 1 '
Tai.MEN'S CANVAS CASUALS MOt tea your engine operating"' FEn ; 1 .... GIRLS' SLACK SETS .
.:., B'o..n ;,. _,.. .-, / 1 QUART at peak perlarmanconz au ,,.. =
Durable' and comfortable' Lung sla'ref' wit"i ilTr "
and h ;I'>" ,, .
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r. Black ;.r ..... ". Sues, to 12 r'i M. EAGLE GARBAGE ion '
"'. ... BRAKE FLUID CANSSTURDY 'f \ %' patter i. -
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'K:5; : ; GIRLS' PULLOVERSV ... ...:i:' 12 Ounce sizeCANDY E I yt .+; y SAVE]YOU 00 BOYS' PANTS '_ .

21 FAMOUS" "MAKER Long klcc ,cs Half Boxer
I It YOU SAVE i 00 {G f' DISHES & CANVAS BAG SETS
\ = I '100 Acrylic'in attractive and YOU SAVE 42t -
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Popular solid' "' '1 -
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stitched Sin il '
r novel
styles '
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f:: i ... 'I ff-t .: BREAD 17" $2.22 will, Irp| 1t l;
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BHS Defense Shines R-.Cn"nrl::: Gn eS ..::

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I Tornadoes 4 4I :3o:; 12-7 Over Fernandina With BigScoring


Using n solid defense to slop FcrnandinaV rum third down quarterback. Dean Dennis Kelly and

:ing attack Jiradl'ord: uriddors won 127'CI' t the Pirates Johns toured right end for four / a touchdown In 'the defensive tackle Vernon Barber

in a road game Friday for their first win in five weel.lI. more for a first down at the last five seconds Tuesday were singled! out by the BHS
Fernandina 7yardllne.Chandler night Bradford's Baby Tornadoes -
coaches for outstanding per-
It urns the third! BHS victoryof Johns aimed 'duties In the powered the Pirate tied Gainesville HighSchool's formances. Eddie Hazen also

the t Ifiii! ( flonson.Chrisly four-man BUS defensive fore- left end for five to the Fernan B-squad 12-12. continued to Improve his pass-

CIIOI1:'II'1', Tornado wall. dins 2-yard-line. then repeatedthe The tieing TD cams on a Ing. Garlington ald.
'halfback) \ Intorcpplrd! n Pirn to nils Show! .SpiritChandler's play and officials placed pass from Malachl Henry to
pass to start the .ihlve for the : interception! cameon the ball at ,the Pirate one-foot- Fred Robinson, a play that "We're tickled to death with
:first BUS score then: ran 30 tho sixth piny of the pomp.Fcwnndinn a line. COvered about 40-yards accordIng the improvement shown by our
yards for the first period TD. won the loss, had i61# L On third down Mike Norman / to Coach Jim Garlington. B-squad." Head Coach David .
Chandler returned n Pirate received, nnd mnd": one :first noradthe': ,ball Into the end. Hurse says.

puni 31 yards to the Pornaii-, down on an ofM.Vs penalty, zone on the sneak. Dean Johns' Henry scored the ,first Tornado
dim 10' 'n"cI-ljnt' In the third the first to plague the Tornadoes try to run the point after for TD in 'Lhe first period "It looks like we have a

period to set up th" winning through the nlcht. two 'Points failed. The Tornadoes when he took a pass from 'bunch of fine prospects coming! ;

Toi nn:lo touchdown. He wns Three Tornadoes burst Officials signal Bradford's winning the pile. : led 12-7 with 2:59: left In quarterback Eddie Hazen. up for next year and ihe year

Instrumental! In running the through to throw Pirate halfback touchdown in the 12.7 victory over The TD was set up by a 31-yard the third, period. The score- Henry set up that score -witha after."
ball to the Pirate! goal where iboard showed whit: proved to 60 yard run.
Alono': Autry for ft four-
Fernandina Beach Friday night. Mike punt return by BUS Christy Chandler
Mike Norman: went ever fromn yard loss first be the winning margin.
Facing
on down.
foot out on a quarterbacknonk. : long; yardage, Benner wentto Norman went over on the QB sneak which gave the Tornadoes a first downat Penalties continued to playa BHS also had one) touchdown!

the nir on second and 14 from a foot out and is hurried under the Fernandina 19. big Part In stopping further called ''back and fumbled a
GHS one-yard-line,
Brndford's front eight men +and Chandler picked off the BHS offensiv e e fforr s.V' "''''a DUet snap on the
In the first per'od. Dnn: Johns power sweep and didn't stop Garlington said."We're .
the four front and thpfour
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pass nt nilrtflpld':!' where he was
extra point kick missed and until he hit the endzone. Fern
: held Fern.inlina -
linebackers immediately tackled. ;real proud: of OUZ'boys.
to {00)! yard rushing.. Taking BHS Ipd- 60. andina was assessed a 15-yard '
< The entire squad did: 110 ..
Senior M ke Norman at <
from that their o"e defensive was Fernantlina FIsjMs penalty on the play on a clip said.! ...
mistake which led to the the helm for the first BUS of. Coming) back fighting/ the on BHS Captain Ralph Morgan, The great BHS Job coach Garlirgton pointed out '""
fensive series. Chandler: got Fernandina:' offense made Its but officials ruled the infraction '"
Pirate's lone 40-yard '.
score, a that GHS brought 78 boys, all
four yards ove: right tackle on strongest\ how of the game came after Benner scored ..
by tel bnck Darrell x
run qUR1 sophomores, to play the game. '
Benner, the Toronto:! defense the option. Halfback: Jimmy Autry ,got two yards 'before he Instead of recalling the TD, a mostly Ask
The Baby Tornadoes are -
Alvarez got four yards and was. stopped by Mke Norman therefore, Fernandina 'was
limited Fernand'.na: : : 59 yard' ninth graders this year.
Dale Johns eight more on Bill Burbank went; over the ppnalizeJ: 15 yards on the ensu
Limiting! the Pirates to two quick dives up the :Pernandinamii'dle right side of the BITS line for ing kickoff. Charley
first downs the second:!' hIt, ths '' for .ia first down at the seven yards as Fernandina Burbank kicked the extra saA Morgan Top

Tornado defence preserved the Plrat-e.3IQT'(0; more tries by dented theBHS fore'wan for point and Fernanda!: led 7-6 :

with 3:32: left in the first per' a ,. BHS Tackler '..."..
rod That lead lasted well Into JohnsAbopt

the third psrlod.Penalties Linebacker Ralph Morgan led
Bradford High tacklers with
effectively stoppedell This Question:
4 p a "r nine efforts in the 13-16 homecoming
other efforts by tho Tornadoes ;'..
loss to Perry.
for the remainder of the ''', .,. ." -, .- .; ,., From his spot at middle line- Fire losses increase with
first half. FernaniJna:! punting/ backer the BHS senior and cap the healing !season. Insurance :; ;
4w It and clipping penalties kept Mike Norman gets yardage: before a Fernandina tain made six individual tack- can reimburse the

the Tornadoes' deep in their defender zeroes in. les and was In on three more. dollar I h*."*, but' nothing :;:
own territory. roughing the asset d efense held Fernandina Ca. In what BHS coaches have
the
t.4 \ can replace treasured :
Only serious scoring threat
I ;: termed the second superlativeBHS .
That gave Fernandina a first only one first down rushing '
cf the second period was by In personal item* and lives
defensive effort two
down at the BHS 14, closest and another passing as BHS
Feriianaiira after a Tornado they were to coma to the BBSgoal ,gave the Pirates the short pass weeeks the Tornado tackling lost. Fire prevention andemergency
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[ yr1 punt off the side cf !Mark Maner's :
the
was spread evenly over action should
t the rest of the game. In the closing seconds.It : .
foot traveled:! only 28 entire defensive unit. Two
be discussed and
Fernandina O'Neal Tyler fumbled was the third BHS win ; plannedin
i yards and rolled dead the linebacker
at Christy
players,
on: the play, however and against four losses and a tie. every family. ;
BHS 40.The Chandler and cornerback Jim
BHS recovered to end the Lake City leading; power in ..
Pirates made first Alvarez had five each
one
my ;
threat. north Florida football and currently E.
down through a rugged BHS three players, monster man Charley
Winning Touchdown leading the Florida Star
defense. The going: got roughat Tommy Blackshear, and safe
"4A e Opening the second half the Conference standings, and Orange
the 26 with two tries netted ties Tim Murphey and Mark JOHNS AGENCY
: Tornadoes drove .for two first park remain to be faced,
-" only two yards, the first being Milner had four each, while
stopped by Mike Norman and downs to the Fernandina 42 this season.Statistics linebacker Mike Norman and 131 So. Walnut St.
Captain Ralph Morgan. Chan before they ran into a 15-yard StatisticsBHS tackle Danny Jackson had three
'" l dler stopped Benner ona try penalty for having an ineligible Fer. ch Phone 964-5070
receiver downfield. The First Downs 8 7
around end.!
the :
BHS band in action at Fernandina.the. drive stalled and Milner kicked Yds. Rushing 136 99
On third and eight, Benner
44 yards to the Fernandina Yds. Passing 14 13
went to the air trying ''Lo hit FOLLOW THE GATORSTHIS
slim five point! lead the of- Alvarez get the ball to the first time. Autry came 7-yard-iine. Passes Complt. 2-8-0 1-4-1
end:! James Rogers at the BHS
fense provided In the third Pirate 10 which! the BITS receiver back for nine yar's before he Morgan stopped Autry after Fumbles Lost 0 1
goal, but Alvarez and: Chandler
period by virtue of Chandler's:: had his hands on but vi s'orn'd\ bv B' S1 Jimmy three yards and: Norman hit Penalties 80 40 FALL OVER RADIO
knocked the ball down. BHS. :
j punt return. couldn't hold. Then on fourth Alvarez, then the Fernandina however, was penalized half Tyler 'after Just a yard to stop Punts 6.32 3-32 :
Defensive front men are Mike and three, Chandler went over halfback goe five yards! moreover Fernandina In its tracks. BHS 606 0-12
the distance
to the goal for WPXE ALL y'
Norman, Christy Chandler, left tackle, burst thrcugh the the same right tackle hole.] Chandler then took Benner's Fer,70007Scoring GAMES! .:

Ralph Morgan, and Tommy Psi.ianJina; line, broke two punt and returned it 31 yards SummaryBHS I COURTESY
Blackshear, the four ltnebacktackles in 'the Pirate Fecond- On second down from the to the Pirate 19. 1)) Chandler. 30-yard

era Tom Marks, Danny Jack ary, then outran Fernnndina BHS 40, quarterback Benner Norman at fullback, got a run. EP failed. 2)Norman) 1- BILL POWELL
son Gen Harris, Buddy: Sapp defenders Into the end zone. turned the corner on the left Industry Aids yard on first down. On second: ifoot run. EP fallell.Fernandlna ,
Rudolph Perkins, and Dale The TD came with 6:12: left side: cf the BH3 defense on aFreshman : down Chandler raced around 1)) Benner. 40- Insurance; and Real Estate ,
EducationLake right end for seven yards. On. ;yard run. Ep-fclck; by Burbank. "


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colleges and universities are i : !
City I Tops the chief beneficiaries of $686-: r

000 in grants-in-aid-of-educa- ,,, ., A 3' I .
tion by General Foods Fund : fOr

Inc. an independent foundation Order YourINVITATIONS i.

:supported by the corpora ,, :.
Fla.i I u Football tion. i "T .

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Flying high and mighty in: Quarterback Hunter can pass .. With You/
1969 north Florida high school any distance, ]trig or short. .
football, undefeated Lake City But Lake City prefers to run ..i '
will come to town Friday night the ball.: But when the Tigersgo I Grads' : From The Telegraph I

and if thing g 0 like they have to the air they do so >effec- .

in years past, will throw every- tively. .: .

thing but the kitchen sink ''at Right end Ricky Parker 173- ...I -- --- -- :
Coach David Hurse and his 12, is a fair pass receiver. s .: 9C Baccalaureate .
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Tornado gridders. Sophomore 'CFia'.ik'': Smith, 175 of r" .I Announcements'
At No
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is the left end but has .not been .
Name it, and Lake City has
the best this season.!;' Walt Pet. thrown to vary much. .I :

erson is the hardest running Lake City's defense, if the '69 ....i Senior Class oir97I I
back the Tornadoes will face team is
this season. Chip Hunter is thebi.st be tougher than the offense Larry Green leads Orange Park's Ban ....
the
quarterback Bennett
running Coach doesn't tws-pla-
nister into the first half mile turn in
Tornadoes will! face this ,season ion but only five players go Saturday's Orders Will Be Taken :
and he Is just as good a passer both ways. meet in which Green placed second behind a GHS man We use America's Finest Gradua

''IBS BHS has seen. The Tigers use the same defense and set a new cross country mark of 10:23: for BHS.He : To December 15
tion
Up Invitation Stock. The fine :
as dees Palatka. It is a bettered Ricky Frick's 1968 mark of 10:26 by paper
Mike Vlnson at 150 pounds, basic 6-2 with three men deep three seconds, used on our invitations is the :
Is a fine little halfback! BHS
Coach David Hurse and In the secondary. The Tigers NO ADVANCE DEPOSIT that used for invitations a
says, also will! over shift the 6-2 same aa to

Is backs one the of Tornadoes the finest will running! see. puttling center a man, making head on one the side'offensive Green Sets New BHS NECESSARY Presidential inaugurations the :

Lake City's line is not as big look like the Tornadoes' old Very Best! :

'las it has been in ths past, but Is 5-4 and the strong side using a i .
quicker. It Is led by guard Robert roving monster man 'es a se .
Gadle, 180-12 and tackle cern!'linebacker. Cross Country\ Mark More Quality For Your Money :

Gary Davis, 193-12, both fine
The TlgV:..defensive unit_ Is .
blockers and termed by BHS ..
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also led by tougn Gary (HO) Running two miles in 10 gular season: of dual, 'triangular
scouts The as Tigers"real, in tcugh.short, are a Davis. who,1 tough at his tacklepost."Linebacker minutes 23 seconds freshman meets or quadrangularmeets. : EXTRA BONUS! If at least 2,000 invitations are :

well rounded: ball club. But, 17312. who plays Johnny only SandHn defense 'and, co-captain a new Larry cross Green country established and. two Tornado losses. runnerswins PLUS ordered, The Telegraph will)) donate $50 to the Senior :
Coach Hurse stresses, they are
not as good: as they have been is also tough. hack record at Bradford High e Class Scholarship Fund. For all over 2,000 we will I
t' in past years. Football in the ,On its way to another state: Saturday! : in a trl-mszt with Next cross country run will contribute 2c invitation.
t Florida Star Conference in, championship Lake City must Gainesville High and Orange :be the district Class A Championships per :
face BHS this Friday, then has Pa k. At Jacksonville: University .
.
i 19G9. he says is not as giod as
Live Oak and Leesburg remainIng Ihs! Saturday Nov 15. :
It has been in ths past few on its schedule. Green's: time of 10:23: was BHS will run -with P. K. Place Your Order Now With Our Representative, :
; years. But, so far, Lake City is three: sscancU! under the 1!>G8
Park,
Yonge, Belles, Orange .
; the top of the heap. off 6-0 school marl of 10:26: set by Palatka. Jacksonville Butler, I Joyce Allen at School, or at The Bradford :
The Tigers are just a States Increase Ricky Frick.Bradfol'l and Bishop Kenny.
.
victory over Palatka and are
unbeaten In seven games. The Tax Burden High won the meet The first five Individual runners County Telegraph :

Palatka-Lake City gams last with 26 points.! Orange Park, will qualify for the state .
i. week was played on even terms Taxpayers in 34 states,face had 46 points and! 0113 60 championships: in TltusvillJ: ..

t except for the punt return higher state tax bills as a result Leonard Garrett, also a Saturday, Nov. 22 All the runners ALSO
PERSONAL
which set up the winning touchdown of legislation to date in freshman and co-captain! ran of the first 'three teams CARDS FOR INVITATIONS & KEEPSAKES! :

for Lake City. Palatka 1969, and further increases are his best time of the year Saturday finishing by team sore ,will .

r year stopped BHS 27-7 earlier this ing still to being Tax considered Foundation survey.accord 10:37.: coin? the two miles In also qualify for the state meet. No Limit To Your Choice From I

PKY is favored to win the .
Bennett's Tigers
Coach Bill
Enacting of new major taxes

.1,+ type the ball 'opposing right of football down team.the is Bread h throats run and the of will and increases mean that in existing the American levies first Bill BHS In Booker was the meet two of GHS seconds 10:21.: finished Greenof back district.be ing for to Coach the The second Georgs real race>team Loper, accord-qualifier will 21 Type Styles -- 26 Card Styles -- Be Different! .i

taxpayer will add $2.8 billion, between Bolles and BHS.
butter of the Tiger offensive in second place and Garrettcf .
or 7 cent, to state .
make-up are the inside power per revenuesat BHS wall third The first three men of Bolles .
playsthe traps, the option, the current levels of economic are stronj. Coach Loper say,' .
isolation, ,and power ;sweep activity. Still pending is legislation Stafford Bannister of Orange\ ,but he feels If BHS cm: get all J ..

Peterson has been moved to which would add over Park was fourth :nt 10:43: followed eight runners bunched high E 32-Page Memory Book-$2.25 Padded Gifts

\ fullback to strengthen the up $850 million to the amounts ap- Prevail by of OHS fifth: 'at pile 10:54!:! Kenny enough they will place secorul. J Appreciation $2 S.

the middle running game. At proved to date, bringing the Three BHS runners of their I Thank You Cards
left half Vinson is the fastest 1969 total to $3.7 billion. The Buddy Paterson, BHS, was first five boys will: be running J. :

I man on the Tiger squad but if 1960 tax measures will producea sixth in 11:03: Jimmy Lowery, 'with minor injuries Coach 4. .
he gets outside he's gone. record annual gain in dollar BITS was: seventh at 11:12: ; Loper says ,they will be ready j:

Right half MIke Tillotson Is amounts attributable to statu- Richard Fill BHS. was eighth BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I
"The
l at 11:13: ; Wade Glee OP was challenge is there. The <. II
used as a flanker He's also the tory action. These increases .
incentive Is there. I
r ninth at 11:13: and Bob Lang- The test is
Columbia' High's best pass rev directly affect two-thirds of thenation's .
Saturday at
J .. "elver. vllls: OPt was tenth at 11:16.: Jacksonville Unlverslty J"

NOV. He 13 dies 1969 not run the ball. population. The win completed! BHS' re ," Coach Loper says. ..i L..?.:,........................................., ....................................c.
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] Urged By Councilman Lc, a TRADE AT HOME and, for community your own ...ras.

1
I A PI'opos1: to discuss with an U willing to sit down ,with the r r C,
aichilrct' the possibilities of Council to discuss possibilitiesof l ffy
bulldliiK a. new complex to Much a building.The \ *
house the city hall, library. wm4"
I Jail, nnd Chamber of Commerce idea Is just in the ialk- a1rl =
was agreed upon by InK stage now. Several councll- r ,
Suukc City Council members men said they had no !des: hostile
Tuesday n'ight.!, project could be financed.'
Demon's idea Is to use the
The proposal came from new' funds the city presently donates t t i it
Councilman Jimmy Bowen. It the llbiai-y! : and chamber. I It
win approved on the condition r
,that another vote would betaken Inclusion of ihe Bradford r t ( I II
before the city incurrsany ,County Library and the 'Chamber -
expenses. of Commerce In Bowsn'a
F.opoal!: seems to stem from I W
Bowen said! he has talked! the fact that the city donates r t t tt
at length with Architect Don money to each organizationeach "t' ? r r
Morgan ''and that, the' architect year. q; ,
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Members of the 1969 varsity cross Keys, Randy 1 ledges( Co-capt. Leonard
country team of Bradford High which Garett, Co-caj pt.! Larry Green, Buddy
SCOTT'SMobile established an 8-2 regular season record Paterson, and I Holland Corbett; third t t tt

are (front row 1-r) : Jimmy Low- row: Marshmi in Reddish, Larry Hicks,
rey, David Aleng, Richard Fili, and John Douglas i;, Coach George Loper, Hannibal's\
Home Sales Steve Futch; second row: Donald Gene Raulerse]in, and Lee Sparks. t II t tt

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Stop In And See Our Selection

k I frighten x I

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fill' l''h f t out a fire 1I t tt

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Members of the Bradford Middle row: John Clemons, Early Chandler,
and cherished in of
School cross country team are (front Coach George Loper, Gerald Griffis. keepsakes one our
row 1-f) : Wade Garett* Sylvester Lott, Missing are Kenny and Jimmy Cauley, I vault-protected SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES I
Tim Cre\js, James Chandler; second Steve Thomas and Murray White. right now-the annual rental cost is so

.._ __ little 1
u very
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SAVINGS FOR YOU! OriginTo f Literacy Survey :: ::

Be Taken ByA Census Bureaumas I} GLASS i 1

Enjoy Mobile Home LivingPHONE .;;; FOR EVERY PURPOSE :it; I FLORIDA
survey to provide current W. McWhirter, Directorof ::: ::::
information on the national the Bureau's regional office ::I:? Mirrors :::f: t tt
t
964-6657 background as well as the liter- in Atlanta. The Informa-
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tion is needed to improve the FOR EVERY PURPOSESHEA'S
U.S.301 -- NORTH acy of the U. S. population will 'BANK: AT_STARKE:
be conducted by the Bureau of efficiency of a variety of gov- j 1
MARKET ) i iI
ACROSS FROM FARMERS t
Facts '
ernment
the Census in November. programs. on ; t t
STARKE Interviewing in this area will literacy and national origin of ; ; Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp:
the population have not been I GLASS CO. IK
take place during the week of ::: ::

-- November 16, according to Tho- collected This special for a decade.survey will be +;;:; J72-4I15 J72-4J5J ; .1I t One of.30 .Banks of the Florida National Group t
M conducted as a part of the ::: 1113 N.W. 4th Place :|::'
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|! monthly national survey of :: fiaiiwivllla ........::
employment for the Bureau of :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;::::::-11= r

|I Labor Statistics of the U. S.
Friday and Saturday Department of Labor which fur- ..................................... -.: .. '
|I nlshes a basic measure of the '"" t. :
Nation's economic health. ;1) ,
I I Information collected in Cen- TURKEY WITH EACHAPPLIANCE : ;."
sus Bureau surveys can be used
I I only to determine statistical : MAJOR t
totals, and facts about each person SOLD BETWEEN NOW 4- '
| and family are kept con- ie8
nr Mpec-i 1 U4/n- U 'I fldentlal by law. : AND THANKSGIVING.'J r

| Census interviewers who will .'
LADIES LADIES visit households in this area .
I are: Mrs Zuluan C. Crawford, .
1 I Rt. 8, Box 47L, Lake Butler, .
Sweaters Fla. 32054. .
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ss r. Dresses II I PoultrymenI SS

s r, S $193REGULAR DiscussionOf .

EVERY DRESSt1k;, ;', SanitationPoultry .
I t. ".w1a
IN THE STORE 1 snnllat'on!' was the : Ito .
PRICE $2.99 main: topic of discussion when I/ALIJ .
i(: 1 t UP TO $4.44 the North Florida Poultry Producers .
i rf i
Association met Tuesday buho
NOW night in the Bradford e .
a FOLD-UP SLIPPERS I County Agriculture Building .
County Sanitarian: Jack Tra- .
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.F' $ OUR REG. I organization wick praised for the Its poultrymen's part in promoting .

3 44C improved snn:Cation Will. .
.Q r4 69c SELLER practices anJ emphasl that .
poultrymen must be wlllinj to
SPECIAL0'J ,gIve him: names In case of violations 1&o .
*iMENS cf sanitary standards. .
He is then in position to request S
I a warrant for arrest and
< prosecution. .

&s& 1 County Commissioner Ralph .
\ FLANNEL : front londing
> .' Bryan supported Trawick in 5jtS .
[ willingness to have mosquito model rr z ics up tit 1-1 table .
(,/ \ control equipment: dig holes lurid
\ SHIRTS ecttinff In a Klnjjle .
,
N' and cover dead birds or waste
products when the volume Is FOR FEATURE,TIE! VALUE LEADER IN PERFORMANCE .
Brassiers our' too great: to be properly dsposed : FEATURE VrmniTi lo rt inw .
25 no ar nti na,fla ri or
SIJlfuninn
of on the farm Trawick O
'- Curd rewind und 62' uj uW said that a phone call to himis
(3 PACK) REGULAR$1.39 | all that Is necessary. .. ( + //-I: III:: O O DuiMf-U'ull I'orcflitin-vnamel iniiiliitt-d irtlrriwI tub cunilnirlina ..

The sanitarian emphasized O 1'lu ti+cwrrd mi-lal rncAi mil nut fur
REGULAR 3 FOR $1.00 SELLER that such disposal! must be pair front funding and iinliMttlinit n/in/ i/rv .
made at one of the several
,designated ,areas In the coun : REG. $150.03!): ONLY $9995 S
Everybody'sTalking BOYS PANTS ty. He said that the County: : r G' ICJ 'SAVE $60.00
Health Department ana: the fr r .
County Comm'!.rsioners want to ICI I
About Our work as partners with the re
t4
poultrymen to maintain a good: : :
;
New Store "EJ image of 'the poultry businessin eommpa

Bradford County.
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s< -- / T '" t :!-n,1 in a del
afford to let 'a' .
"We cannot .
lower tfyl ,d::,-J -?::afc ttcttlnryt
''A few careless producers! : .
Come In And See It REG. the good reputation: of this In- > --"'- -,-- 'l-ceU.J..
i
dustry," he said. ( z .
P$344$ III I O If"us/ici/ up to I IJlublfvimici ; .
NEW COLOR SCHEME County Agent George Hug- I II {r in n .inl1'.luod
gins Bald he hart: worked with, /lokl1'lnll'l coun- .
NEW SIGNS Trawick in a number of pro- t.., I"Dunilenull .
affecting the people of inmlaU'il/ / tub cunitruc
grams .
NEW OPPORTUNITIES Pnrci-tain S
the county and has always lion;
NEW ITEMSTremendous $2 found him sincere, willing, and rnami"I interior .
I ready to do what was necessary : .
to be of service to the peo-
Savings ple. : ModolKCUHJ I PHIUCO |=:J I --' .,i./U"IJIU :

The poultry organization was
formed In order for new mem-
Our New Name bers to work on programs for
the benefit of 'the industry. i

Membership several members counties.now totals"We from 90,want with surrounding C. H. NASWORTHY I



; STORE: and said.Bradford welcome County more Farm," Huggins Bur- I Furniture and Appliances :

: FORMERLY eau Pres'dsnt! Lonnie Hatley
WEST CALL ST.
; 150- BOTTOM assured the poultrymen that: .
,
his group would continue to 310 EAST CALL STREET
PHONE 964-5011
We Honor Master Charge and BanJtAmericard DOLLAR support progressive programs 5

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Our editorial. : "I" .\;,. aw
.J 'f'" .,: FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM
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()\-I'IC.IHiiUl'Nin: ( { ) ;, ::: t / # alco- r:;
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; :: : i)', Dear Mr. Matthews
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Better Late Than NeverMore : ,. There li always much said!
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and written, after elections, By PAUL C. FORAKER
about the Influence of the
Editor, Information Services- --
step toward location of such facilities communications media on the
Hum six million homes and '
..., .. :. result There should be no social workers, public health
here. ;
: play a signilicant
society:: can
in the United :States are .
apartments :: ..{. : disagreement, however, In the role In prevention of alcoholism. nurses, and police officers to
itilapiiUitud, deteriorating, and without The proposal, first broached by G0 :. case of Tuesday's vote on the Teachers should be preparedto receive training In detection of
Oae-iiuui'ter of all school building constitutional in its earliest stages.
adequate plumbing. County Commissioner Dave Shuford ata 0 discuss alcohol in objective, alcoholism
the world's wealthiest na- amendment, and should in excel
housing in unemotional terms These people are an
board meeting last month received .,
a Although 'the
overwhelming emotional finding
tion i is substandard. : attempt to reduce the lent position for early case
.'.t-,
further impetus at the November 3 ,.. .:,;: : vote of public approval Is content associated with drink in alcoholism and therefore

housing often means a meeting when the following steps were ; evidence of public Htsrest and they should have more special-
Inadequate taken: r.. support of education, this demonstration ing.All instruction, to be most ized facilities for study, experimentation !
father and mother and five or six of support could effective should be given priorto and treatment of

children packed into one or two rooms 1-Each commissioner signified his -<.....'.: .;.. ? /ry4y r 'r: not have been obtained with the first drinking experience. alcoholism.
designed for a couple. Crumbling walls, approval of the project. i.''.''.'.'.-.'' out your help/ and that of the Social attitudes should not force Remembern ounce of

falling plaster, and sagging floors often : 'lur'kYh" -'. ,. other newspapers, televisionand alcohol on an individual, and prevention Is worth a pound of
radio stations In the state. non-alcoholic substitutes should and
insurmountable maintenance That's an old saying
mean Architect Frank cure.
George was appointed The pre s of Florida did an available at
be any
always over-worked, but it'sas
for the head of such house- it's a bit
problems a as a liaison man between the outstanding of
: : Job In bringing; to gathering where any form true today as it uas the dayit
hold. Inadequate housing also meansa boardand the Department of Housing the people of the stats the booze is served. coined.

mother heating a kettle of water fora and Urban Development r needs of our\ institutions: the The attitude must never pre Florida was Bureau of Alcoholic
bath because there is no hot water details of the amendment; and: vail that the individual who is interested not
Rehabilitation
in the house, and children walking 3-The board's attorney was requested the importance: of voting in.favor does not drink Is some kind" of"sissy" only in rehabilitating alcoholics
of the "anti-social.
barefoot over polluted ground to use to supply a legal opinion to Commissioner program.As cf Education : Beyond or these Is attitudinal approaches but also in preventing the problem

outdoor toilet facilities. the commission: on the project at no i want, personally, to early case finding of in the first place.

expense to the county. Mr, 4Y pledge to you that we will always personalities likely to turn to In fact the name of the
For the poor and the near-poor who do everything we can to alcohol as a "cure-all" for theil'problems FBAR Inpatient Center at Avon

are unable to find decent housing they Authority was given to proceed continue! to merit! your confi- should be instituted. Park was changed only recentlyto

can afford, the inadequacy of the nation's with the housing survey. HOW TO CUT FEDERAL SPENDINGOne dence and support This would involve children Florida and Alcoholism Research Center Treat',
and adults who by psychiatric ment
louver-income housing is one .of Cordl.1lly.FloYd : young of
its former designation
the most pressing needs today. t ff.. The board also made arrangements logical way to cut excessive! federal spendingis State DepartmentOf T. Christian :emotionally: evaluation deprived,have who show been from Flol'idaIcoholic Rehabilitation

Ito meet with Harry Linzy, assistant to reduce the number of government personnel.In Education serious adjustment difficultiesin Center.

Bradford County is probably no bet- regional director of HUD in Gainesville April, 12,352: employees were added to thf'f..d..ral relationships with family, Preventive measures such as
ter and no worse in this respect thanH later this month. Action MeetingSet school, and \\ork, and who are those suggested above can go a
hundreds of other rural areas throughout :=:' executive department payroll, making a In Lawtey known to have alcoholism in long way toward drastically reducing

the nation. The main differenceis If projected plans develop, the board grand total of 2,932,109: people. This!! exceeds!! the their families. not only the incidence the threatof of

that Starke and Bradford ,County will create a Bradford County Housing Kur'allar peak in January of 19;> a.. It's about At: 7:30 TonightA Although there is no simpleansner alcoholism this problem.but also

have made no organized effort to improve Authority which would be the local three and one-I1aIf times us many on the federal Community Action meetin alcoholism to primary, the total preventionin involve Information on the subject is

conditions here, while neighboring agency responsible for administering payroll during the peak of World War I. ? for Bradford County Is set ment of the community and sup yours for the asking, and it's
towns, including Lake Butler, Mac- the low rent housing facilities.We in Lawtey at the Anderson Ele port of society is essential.It's free of charge. Just write

clenny, Jasper, Palatka, Gainesville, Proliferation of federal departments, bureaus, mentary School tonight (Thursday a good idea for physiciansboth FBAR's Information Services
and thousands more too numerous to commend the County Commis- and committees expands with unrestrained federal Nov 13)) at 7:30: p.m. in private practice and in Box 1117'on Park Fla..
sion for recognizing that the Purpose cf the meeting is to industry, as well as ministers. 33825.BHS .
mention, throughout the state and nation problem l spending, ,o "hilt"fr.. and ;lira Consumer are elect a new community action
exists and taking ------- -
have taken advantage of federal steps to determineto expected to tighten up their budget to meet an increase chairman and discuss needs of
funded programs to improve their low what extent it is sapping the vital- ,the community. according to
rent housing situation.For ity and hindering the growth of our in federal taxes, a realignment of the payroll Mrs Thelma Dixon, head of By-Lines

county. Although we are already five priorities in the nation's capital is' long overdue. the CUBB Neighborhood Ser- ,'

years the City of Starke has to ten years behind most of our neigh- vice Center in Bradford Coun- ,

side-stepped and by-passed all effortsin boring counties in this effort, and it '', By Joyce Allen.

this direction, but now at long will take a few years more to see tan- FarmersFor ty.Diary .

last it is encouraging to see the gible results, at least a start has been Tj

County Commission stepping into the made.

void by authorizing a survey to deter- a change, the weather roots, but a hard freeze is liable : This Is a big week for all
mine if a need for low rent housing In the challenging words of the late man relented and we had some week S to kill them Torado fans because THIS IS the faculty was instructed on
clear sunny days last "Hew to Write Behavioral Objectives -
exists in Bradford rmmrv. as the first President Kennedy. "Let us begin !" but the temperature skiddedtoo r e e TilE WEEK BIG RED PLAYS ."

A I rx low marks for the season, And, speaking of cool places, LAKE CITY!II! Senior Index cards were filled

havorsna uuesnames indicating that we may be in that old courthouse was mIghtylike when Nov 4th, Senior Superlativeswere out for the annual Each
week
an igloo last selected and:! voted: on by
I for a long, cold winter. We've met and Senior fills out a card: tellingof
the School Board the Senior class. They are: :
official forecast to
heard no his or her events since their
there wa* no heat in the build- CUTEST Mark Milner.! and
He joined the Governor's Club to of political campaign contribu- that effect yet but Art Schulz ing. At the time of writing, the Donna :Tilly. FRIENDLIEST: Freshman year. All cluts. activities -

the tune of $15,000 and got what. ,thel. tors must be made public. Gov. Kirk president Cattlemen's of the BradfordUnion Association! fate of the old building! has not Maxle NOl ton, and Karen listed to, go offices under:!held,students'name etc or

wanted the very next day. has repeatedly refused to disclose the had an interesting observation. Hv Sam McGarveyfill been decided, although' a meeting to- Breeden MOST FLIRTATIOUS: in the index of the an.
names of contributors to his Gover- a has been scheduled Mike Norman and DOtn: ,.Qoed-

That was the disturbing testimonyof nor's Club, thereby creating the suspicion Art said he has noticed that work out details for the School man, MOST POPULAR :Rhymer nual.All BHS students are awaItIng

a South Miami professional engineerat that all is not on the up and up. horses, mules and cattle have In the "skips". in his field Board to take. .it over.. Howell and Elaine Akridje. the Lake C'ty Tiger's gamy:
MOST TALENTED B.ll Myr'iokand
select Senate committee hearingin grown a shaggy and thick coatof : against the Bradford Torna
who
a If those contribute are not getting by We've noticed a number of Lucilla KaufmadSIOST:
The contest being staged :
hair, and on that basis, h8 does We everybody;: to
urge
Tallahassee Tuesday.The special favors in Tallahassee, why people looking around the new Ores *
predicts: that we will have a Bud: Mizell and the First Federal LIKE -.TO .SUCCEEiXif; ; ; buy a shaker to remind ths
would the Governor { "tourthous' 'for the varloua-of' '. SidLfrtdi; { Sto ? EST
object to making severe winter, instead of the to see who can guess the Rlhe TIgers we're all the way with
engineer testified that he con- flees, and by way of explanation ALL AROUND Tommy Black-
public their names ? temperate one to which we are exact time the first freeze hits : SCARLET AND GREY
tributed !15,000 to Gov. Kirk's "club" accustomed in this area Someone Starke is a "natural" and all of the main offices! shear and Carolyn Y.-'Brown. Friday, Nov 14'h is SCAR-

last spring on the assurance that Tom When the television cameras are asked:! how the animals can shoull draw a lot of interest. except those of the County first WITTIEST: Larry McLeod and LET AND GREY DAY AT BHS.

Ferguson administrative assistantto grinding, Kirk is a crusading zealot for know such a thing In advance Records which are available Judge are located on the floor, Lucille Griffis. MOST SCHOOL All students: and faculty are
to the andCindY'
To get upper
floor. Johnson
SPIRIT Lamar ,
the Governor at that time wouldbe "government in the sunshine." Well and Art Just smiled, indicate that the average date climbing : urged to wear Scarlet and Greyto
choice of
have a Strickland
this you
a of the first! kllllrg! frost In
replaced. The next day after 'Ir.I' here's a good opportunity for him to cattle section Is around Nov. 29, but stairs or riding up in Brad Students! often wonder what promote cur school spirit.
has and
Anyone who seen This is our last home game (
Kunde (the engineer) paid his $15,000 put the sunshine into a few dark cor- move to a sheltered place well as we all know it can be before ford County's only elevator. our faculty doss while we arson our dreadful opponent Is LAKE

membership, Ferguson departed. according In advance of a storm knows or long after that date. killing a holiday and they have CITY So come and see It fans,
to the testimony. ners.A that the dumb animals are far Anyhow, this contest should The of a blg black Planning Diys. November 7th Friday night at 8:00: pm.
list of members of the "exclusive"Governor's from being dumb In that respect show Just how many expert bear by a truck on 1-75 SW of was a Workshop day for all KILL THE TIGERS! !
had'been weather forecasters we have Gainesville was a surprise to BHS faculty. Daring! this day
he
that
Kunde explained Club would be a good placeto and that they are actu- dtcln'tknow
"emotional situation" Involving ally quite sensitive to changesIn around here and how good they a number cf people who
caught in an start spreading a little sunshine. I IS that members of BrotherBruin's
Ferguson after the aide "Mademe the weather. So, in effect, are. e aWe family are still around Chamber NewsOur Police Duty
they have received some mysterious
office
stand outside the governor's tender this general area.Not .
are getting our
have on
signal and put
for two straight days" when Kunde Those Unordered ItemsIt's their long woolen underwear Wants and shrubs, such as hlbiscm S a To Be

brought a man from Miami to explainto that time of the year again. Time when for the months ahead. Indoors where they will to us, though, for we annual membership drive RotatedIn

Kirk "a substantial program to help adult and children alike are be protected over the winter Veil remember seeing the will get underway on Monday
many persons
will have to It is quite necessary In most tracks of one on a graded roadin 17 November. We hope that
Florida. Berry growers
haressed and dunned by sellers who use the reset a number of plants, be. cases as some plants will keel Union County, Just the other every member" will encouragea New MoveStarke

Of such stuff is the "Governor'sClub" mail to unload merchandise like Christmas cause adverse weather condi- over If you give them a coot side of New River a few years membership! and- by so
look and Just hint of frost is ago. And, of course, a numberof
cards or books. tions have killed many that a doing involve more of our now
made. "you policemen are
Apparently pay begged
enough for them to curl up- the animals are community In action toward<
Actually this is a gimmick tried throughoutthe were set out earlier in the. being placed relating shifts:
,
dues and get favors. In special hunts
your you your A Lawtey grower said and wither'away, You can every year the progress 'and developmentof
season month
,
sometimes don't depend- year by those who are attempting to makea hibiscus! held In Game Management ,which will: chance!: : every
Or you he has lost a number of Tloga gamble with some a? Bradford County Police Chief Ken Fuqua reported : .
ing on the whims of the chief execu fast buck without working for it or by pressuring plants and that he will have to. they come up again from the areas! in this part of the state. Plans are currently underway to the City Council Tuesday:

tive. folks into neither for the annual Christmas
buying something they night
Parade. Chairman Roy Burn-
-
ordered :nor wanted.A r this will give uniformityto ham Thai information was con-
guide of the Retail Merchants
instance the Democrat in our \
For tained In the first monthly: acti-
good tip to go by in this connection is It's a woman's the consumer on label -In Committee has asked the sup
area who was asked if he would like vity report: submitted!: to the.Council

to retain his seat on a certain state don't pay for anything you didn't order, anddon't ,.::, formation.Consumers should continue port ing; the of all 1969 merchants Parade the in mak-best by Chief Fuqua, who
use it. The law will back !If/fff/ initiated! that practice::
commission and, when he replied in you up. & } fl to express d'siatlsfaciion'! with ever. Considerable interest has has ;:

the affirmative, was told that he would Both the Post Office Dept. and the Federal textile labels and the lack of already: been shown by various since!: becoming chief Oct.be two 7,
will: always
I'have to join the Governor's Club. He Trade Commission advise that an individual r 1 them. They should rememberthat civic groups< in entering floats men There on duty, but the pairs of

dutifully paid his $500 membership>? receiving unordered merchandise is under no retailers alone: are not responsible for this annual event While on men will ts: rotated: as well: as J
Martha Sue McCain It is
By for lost tags. the subject of Christmas may
'
but else got the appointment obligation either to return it for it the shifts, Mayer Carl Hurst
someone or pay unless 'County Extension each shopper's; responsibility: nee remind! you to do your
Such procedure is nothing more or" ,... he uses it. So the thing to do is don't use Home Economics Agent to replace rcpped tags from Christmas shopping; in Starke. toll: the Council.! j'
\ Rotating duty will be a new
less than placing state appointments' \ \, ,the item that's sent to you unless you speci- garments tried on. Our stores have a wide selec far Starke policemen I:
on the auction block and then not Care information! Is often tion cf merchandise:! and it Is practice !
I fically ordered it. na&'I'C1IJNG TS* MEAT Eggs In Family Meal One patrolman who has been
delivering the goods after the bidder. missing Incomplete, or contradictory. good business to shop and save
.
Returning these unordered items is simple DOLLAR How To Buy Fresh Vegetables Some companies, for at home. 'with the city over: three years
pays the price. If this is i the way our Meat is always a big ItemIn had served: all but five months:
enough and there's convenience cars Chamber members
general
no expense involved, not use have been
State government is being run, the the grocery budget.: How canlone How to Buy Fresh Fruits labels. For example, a company requested to elect six membersto at nlgr.c on the midnight: to 8
people need to know about it. to you anyway. ,Simply mark "refused" on the make the most of a meat These are Just a very smai I:!t may use a "Do not the Board cf Governors fora a.m, shift.
package and return it to the postal authorities dollar? Do you know that pre number of bulletins available I bleach" on all its garments three year term beginningIn "I won't know how to act at

Another legislative committee iscurrently Even if a package has been openedit can be cooked boneless meats and:: from our office. We also have when some fabrics could be January 1970. Ballots have night around: my family! he

investigating the Governor'sClub resealed and refused cheese are sometimes a better information on Clothing and bleached safely. been sent to all members and! commented.

to see if it violates Florida's election News value than uncooked bony Textiles Home Furnishings! Other areas of consumer concern they have ,teen requested to Morale in tha department Is
code which provides that the Leader Ffirnadina Beach meats at half the price, because Foods:! and Nutrition Horns 1 Include shrinkage of bonded vote and return them to the hlih.! Chief Fuqua reported to
they have boning or Health at l
Call
no Equipment, : fabrics, yellow'ng of polyes- Chamber offices! by Friday, 21 the Council.
trimming losses. Frankfurters D84-6334 or write Box 267 srarkeFla. : triclty, and prcblems! with per- November Five other topics were also
cheese, luncheon meats, and : 32091. tees and acrylics, static else- Included: In the first activity
canned tuna yield about five DO YOU BEAD LABELS
The Bradford County manent press.!! Consumers must report:
i.; three-ouue servings of readyto A care instruction label f is I continue' to voice dissatisfaction Ice MachineIs Violations crack down on
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED serve food on your table for usually included when a particular with poor clothing! per traffic violators and parking:
each pound purchased. Eggs" method of cleaning is I formance. Return the merchaa-: Time violations has drased acci-
SavedAn
1879 lose only the shall which accounts nece.s ry. Head:! these state, disc to: the store where you dents and violations Fuqua
f \ for 10 per cent. Liver menu to insure the life! of the bought It. If you receive no s Id"
Shrl1i61a requires short cooking and hasa garments. A "wash cnly" labelis 1 satisfaction or quick action ics making: machine will Dog control l A new dog
dripping loss of only 9 per usually found on heat sensitive -, complain directly to the manufactures be purchased:: : far the county' pound la almost completed.
MaM1aa A man's wisdom makes his cent, making its price per fabrics. If dry cleaned,, Manufacturers wel Road Department to avail: delays Don are being packed: up regularly

')., face shine. (Eccles. 8:1)). pound: almost indicative of the the fabrics may melt, relax,, come complaints. Otherwise, In getting employees or although complaints
FLOR1 A ESS All of us have a need to bargain that It offers fuse together and possibly'! ruin: how will they improve their the Job! each mornlnj.: J'K are continuing! to come In.

understand, assimilate and to Ground beef shrinks about the garment. This is one good:!, product and please you, their Road: employees have been Office: New terms for records
ASSO TONE remember. Courses, teachers, 25 to 30 per cent while fryers reason for saving ltb: l". Soma consumer? losing too much time by having. ;"; have been: printed: and the
books arc priceless. We gain yield about half their purchase manufacturers 'are sewing permanent s to go by the is plant to get' system! : ,\yjll be charged to( save
the most from their help, how- weight! in edible meat. care Instructlon labels I 1h Old 7 m ice before they go to the j job! time In 'makKj: lecsrts and toad
if FREE BULLETINS Into the garments. II Commissioner! J. M. (BuckK;, : officers In their duties.Equipment \: .
ever, we go first to the We have In our office the In 1967 the National Retail I Norman told the Board. : -A new police: car

L. MATTHEWS. Edltor-PvMUtor source of all wisdom the God- following: Lit of bulletins avail Merchants Assoclat'on: '! NRMA,, of the ics machine Is to have"4,' the one prevlusly owned by
Mind in us. As we become attuned able to you for the asking. adopted a "Volun al'y Indu try Ice made and ready,when road Patrolman Willis! Sarcy, has
Published each and catered Oae 4
"' Thursday M >- to God-Mind, we see, we These are for you-the consumer Guide for improved: and Perm t department employees are.' been purchased! : by the c:tv.
Clua Mailer al lh. Post Office at Stark, Florida understand, and we remember. and give information on anent Care Labeling of Con ready to leave the ccunty yard; :,' Dally report by patrolmennew
under Act of March 3rd. UTf. Working from this starting How To Buy and;:! What ta Buy sumer Textile Product'" This I It cost the coucty $32 to pure give the condition: cf the

\ I Subscription in trade area 1 year .....; Outold. point' we grasp facts retain Beef and Veal in Family guide !lists term and' definitions !N :hase ice for the road dcpait-i- equipment at the bjjinn'.ng: !

II trade area: 1 year, IS.M knowledge, make sound judg Meals for manufacturers to use, I ment last mon.h and that w'a". .,, and end of each shift t to: aU Ini
and How To Buy Roasts when describing the care for is iht: I i maklrz
ments express ourselves "Nothing more easygoing a month Rad Foienun repairs and In keeping
How To Buy Poultry particular fabric It is hoped "
'" easily than a dollar. I.E. Jones resorted: maintenance records.
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Wednesday 7:3D: p.m.
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We regret to note that Mrs. LB.
Charles Shuford is a patlend in
Bradford County Hospital. She YC -- OUR EXCLUSIVE TRIM CUT
has the best wishes of all her METHOD SAVES YOU TIME AND
friends. MONEY. ALL EXCESS BONE AND FAT
Friends! are pleased to learn U. S. CHQICE U, S. CHOICEr
IS REMOVED BY OUR EXPERT MEAT CUTTERS.
that Mrs. James L, Waters Is
recovering after recent surgeryin -- .

sonvllle.St. Vincent's Hospital, Jack ......... W.D BRAND .........: Quantity Rights Rsm.d-PriasGoodAllW.akThut.doyThruWdnadayNov.WINN 01X11, $10IIS.INC.-COPYIIONI-1969, 13-1 &. *...''..- -- 4Ip.. :

Miss: Elizabeth Terry was visiting USDA CHOICE N. Y. STRIPSteak (SUNNYLAND TENDER
her sister, Mrs. C. E. USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEF FAMILY USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND Corn Fed Beef FULL CUT ROUND r 1

Strickland.Mrs.Johnny to Friday 1n: Young Gainesville of!of last Athens.week.Wednesday I 1 STEAK LB' 63C STEAK LB' 98C / Hams V

Ga was Thursday to Sunday:
visitors of her mother Mrs. A. I I CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED BEEF CALIFORNIA BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICEDBACON I

C.Sunday Pearce.visitors of Mr. and '1 I ROASTUSDA LB. 79C LB 69C SHANK I
Mrs D. W. Starling was a
friend, Emory Sparkman of HALF
Jacksonville.We I I USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED BEEF SHOULDER W.D BRAND FRESH LEAN GROUND

:and with Mrs.us are'for pleased George the( winter.to Tribe have back Mr.: U.:-:CHQICE 9 I ROAST LB. 89C BEEF 3 LBS. $))79 WHOLE OR 9 .IS

Mr. and Mrs. Manes: Griffis
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEF DELMONICO W.D BRAND FRESH GROUND PIus 100 Fr. Stamp.w/coupon \
and Mrs Virgil Griffla( I
and Mr. LB. 1
and their families of) Palatka ,
STEAK 18.1))49
were Bach Nellie and Saturday Wilkinson Lynn.visitors Mrs.of Daisy Mrs t.- BEEF 5 185. 289 LB. f

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. L, .
Bradley on Sunday were Mr. ---C. ---C"
and Mrs Randal Bradley and
Mr and Mrs. Dear. Bradleyand FOLGER'S ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
son Jam:e of Jacksonville: .r j- OMtMU OIL pr
and Mrs. Bradley's sister, MM. terf ei
Webb Kersey and son of Starke. 'e t Crisco
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Bayett: and / \
children spent the weekend Limit I Detergent of choice, ",.oo.. more purchoie I
l' ,
with friends In Valdosta, Ga. .eluding. cigarettes. | 1 1t.' Limit Cooking Oil of choic. w/SSOO or more
Mrs. Perry Newsom of Starka g p rcho.. ..cI dng Cigaratt.'
visited her son-in-law and I I
D. ARROW Limit 1 Coff s of choic. w/$5 00 or mor. purchai. excluding cigarttet ASTOA '
and Mrs. J.
daughter Mr. 1
Clark and family on Sunday. I I I COOKING I
Detergent
, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Nolan and i


Duck.visitors daughters Franklin Mr. and of,rolls Mr.and Mrs.,and Mr..h1 H.<,l-'re Mrs and C.Sunday T.Kelly Mrs.V. .1 : x49C 59 I ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE '32; Tz'3SC 39 I IJ


were visiting ,relatives in Gainesville
Saturday afternoon. "
Coleman Phillips of Maeclen- GIANT 24-0" J

janvllle ny: and Leslie were visiting Phiiiipj If Mrs Jack-O. BOX DTI i" FAP BOTTLE

J. Phillips: during the week. 411p LB. 49 .
CAN r
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin a--. --a---..
)f Daytona Beach Mrs. CoraHodges -
and Mrs. Marian Mars GOLD MEDAL PLAIN -6 1-LB. .WHITE
and Jeff of Jacksonville visited or SELF-RISING = OR YELLOW FANCY ft
Mis. Ester Hicks and Mr, and CAN )

during,Mrs Mr.Glenn and the Mrs.week.Shuford Albert: and Sappen-family visiting I Flour I llt'tttlquurlers: for fruit Cake: Ingredients' / Corn \

field and grandson were -
in Jacksonville on Sunday V I No.>303 Cans LIBBY, 3 Lb>.w/15.00 or more purchase excluding, .,.......

Waters and called In ::!St.on Vincent's Mrs. Jams Hospl.L. I I COCKTAIL 4/l. SOLID OLEO .10C

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volume and low prices
t 303 Cans LIBBY FRENCH STYLE GR.PEAS. 2 Roll Pkg ARROW ASSORTED BATHROOMSWT.
marked the first pecan auctionDf
the season here last Thurs- : 5/l./ TISSUE 5/l./
day when 11,177 pounds of nuts __ .
were sold for an average priceOf __- ____
27 cents a pound.
Because of the scarcity of I II ly.
nuts in the Starke area this 12.00.Can ASTOR SWEET JUICY d i
fall, the second auction will THRIFTY MAID
not Usually be held', sales until are December held every 4. ORANGE JUICE 3/99c ORANGES 5LB.BL: 49C

Thursday during the season U S No I USSIBACNG.POTATOES, ( ( .

here.Prices on leading varieties at r TOPPING . 39C Ice I HALF 10 1 BAG 79C
the opening sale were:
Stuarts 30 to 37V4 cents a 3 Ib.JIFFY SALISBURY STEAK,VEAL PARMAGIAN or GALLON JUICY RED EMPEA.DRI/: /,

pound: Curtis 25 to 31H. average BEEF & GRAVY 99C GRAPES 4 .99e
: 28V4; Moneymakers, 12 to 39. AS
31 cents, average 18 cents. lAkGE MEATY"AVOCADOS
One lot of Schleys topped the MORTON PUMPKIN or
market at 51V4 cents a pound MINCE PIES 3/l. "
while the low of 12 cents was Milk 4r$1MMAACAIWNIE3..4l1.
paid for an offering of mixed
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This year's opening! volumewas /
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Survivors Include:] five sons: I

Call of Sanford. Willie and EVERGREEN BAPTIST
George of Lakeland Rufus 'and CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH LAWTKY. CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CIIURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
t't 'Woodrow of Longwood; five CIIURCH, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning Sunday: Bible Study 10 .a. m.; Sunday School. 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.

daughters: Mrs. Jewell Duncanof Sunday School, 10 a.m. OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS Worship 11:15.: Sunday VIor ping Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m.Youth
Lakeland, Mrs. Muriel Grieve Worship Service 11 a.m. 416 East Call] St. Night service. 6:30. Highway Service 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir.Prac.

of the Bahamas, Mrs. Bessie: Evening Service, 7 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 125, northwest of Lawtey.-Her. *era ioe.s> 6:00.: Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday tics Wednesday 8 p. m.
Morgan and Mrs. Maxine An. Friday Night Cottage Prayer a.m. Sunday School 10. Sacra R. L. Bennett ptator. '' Wednesday Worship service 7 -Rev. J. C. Beaten, pastor, Rev. Robert D. Dumb

derson .of Caaselberry' Fla., Meeting. anent 11:15.: p. ni. Minister Jack!!: P. Ben.HAAIPTON .

JT. land Mrs. Avy Hines of Long-, Thursday Night, Prayer Monday Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH

wcyjd; two brotWcus: : Mae: (Meeting In church, 7:30: p.m. Tuesday MIA, 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning CHRISTIAN: Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday Highway 100-A

Ponds of Starke and Huston Youth Service, Tuesday night Wednesday Relief Society. Worship, 11 *. m. Pre-.Ser- '.CUURCII School, Ll:00: a. m. Morning

Ponds of KUsimmee; two slsl :. 7:30: 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band Young Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng 1 Warship, 6:00: p. m. Training: I Sunday School, 10 am. MornIng -
Services Held l f/u| : Mrs. iNola;!]:: Tusker of p.m.Ivy Luke Pastor -Dean Hansen People, bud Prayer Service), ft' Worship at M: Evening Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Worship 11. Training Un-

Rev. Kl&simmee and Mrs. Allie. McKinney Branch President p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m' jfclp. lion. 7 p.m. Evening Worship,
For Boyer, of Starke. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Midweek Service& Wednesday Worship, 7:30.: Rev. C. F, Weduesday-7:30: Prayer Services 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting,

Former PastorRev. : BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D. p. .Kama, pastor. 8 p.m. Rev. Don Drawdy'

1 W3 W. Pratt St. Sunday su- BAPTIST MISSIONU. 'DUtcr- Pastor ._ ._ .
CARD OF THANKS vlcse: Sunday School, 10 a. m S. 301 North, behind Ttt*
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E. D. Boyer 99!), a pastor The family of Mrs. FannieP. I
of the Lawtey Baptist Preaching 11 u. m. Training 'tee Frees Drive In. Sunday
Morris acknowledges with
Unlcai, 5:43: p. ni. Evening Worship School: 10 a.m. Worship SerVice
Church from 1919 to 1024! : died the :
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grateful appreciation many 11 11r
Sunday Nov. 2, In Tampa.He kind expressions: of sympathy 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer I
-Elder A. G. Flynn, pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. .>>
was born in Euf.ila: : Ala. shown to our family during r :
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on Dec 4, 1869, and was married the recent loss of our beloved! St.. Marks Episcopal -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L. ;:
: to the former Irene mother, especially Rev. Don Sunday Services prtffla, associate pastor. K IA1 :<>i ii ><

Thompkins of Hawthorne. Mrs. Drawdy and Benton Flitch. 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist The carpenter|' know that there I is a
Boyer died: in 1949. EVERGREEN BAPTIST Make l life :1
10 Church I your
In addition to Lawtey. Rev. a.m. : School Hlghway25, N4rtlqut, ofLawtey. |n'oier| x\'ay to hold the hummer, and! that
In landscaping the homestead.If : 11 a.m. Family Service

Boyer the served state many his last churchesover assign you fear troplual: storms, Holy Eucharist! hat and 3rd Mornln. Sunday Worthlp School, 11:15.: 19a Suo-.m., i have the right. the nail mum he hit from the right rf

any: hate March wlrds, plant Sundays; Morning Prayer 2nd 7 ment being the Martin Street Australian pines. These fast-'!: uid 4th Sundays.BROOKER R.day Night Service. 6:30.--Rev. :{: dim'tion or the nail \\ ill Kixl.Ai ::
Mission sponsored by the Ave- L. Bennett} pastor
:nue Baptist Church in Tampa! growing trees ,soon form a r > children''' of Cod! we need! to make }
Rev. Boyer was known :windbreak!' 'that will pro'ect >>

among his fellow preachers as you from, the wild wlrds. However BAPTIST CHURCH CHUKCll; OF GOD the right impart|' on others.. Whenue : '
"The Oldtimer. ; some util'ty' departments BROOKER, FLA. 422 N. St. Clalr St., Starke. ':
HIs last mis-
Rev. Jim Temple pastor. attend church ue Ifiirn. lio\\' to treat 11
sion gift outside his church was frown on planting these trees, Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship
as they are a menace to power Sunday School a.m. Ron Services, 11 II, m. and 7:30: p.
sent last week to the Associated Bristol Superintendent : others, tind! at the Mime time are
Brotherhood: to help establish lines. ing Union, 6:45 Train m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7:30P. : I :{r:
a Gospel Booth at the The three araucarias commonly Douglas, Director.: p.m. Lowell m. Rev. Chester J. SilOIl"pe": Ittinlliln example for other If weI j
Worship
] called! the Bunva Bunya, pMtor.
Florida State Fair next Febru
Services, 11 am., 7:30. i
LavernOutlaw
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Monkey Puzzle and Norfolk Island I straight| a-i a well hit nail .
music director. ;::.4; :c":
ary.Services ""
were held In the pine, are well worth considering HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH : then others lure less like!)' to hand."Fur .
Palm Avenue Baptist Churchon where there Is adequate (Highway 100 At Tlieresaa) :' /'

Wednesday: Nov. S, with space for top asvelop- MADISON STREET Sunday School-10 a. m. / IHI if girrn1i; / nu ;:

'burial in Mlcanopy Cemetery.: ment. BAPTIST CHURCH Morning WOl'shli11 a. m.
9:45 Morn- Training Ur.lon-6:30 "..I'lI"1" / thatr/" Mlnnttd tin tin k
Survivors include three Sunday School, : ; : p. m. I

daughters. Miss Rachel Boyer. Cedrus deodara Is a land- ing Worship, 11. Youth Choir Evening WI1l'Shli7lS: p. in. I fmrr rlnrrr fn 11uN." .
Jacksonville. Mrs. W F. Moore acaper's] dream plant. It formsa Practice, 4:30.: Youth Fellow- Wednesday Night Player Services -

Lawtey. ana MrS. Cecil Wade-, beautiful! pyramidal green ship Supper, 5:45: ; Training -7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle

Tampa; five sons, E. Doyle foliage ''tree that cm be usedas Union, ,::15. WMU Prayer Circle PacKhant pastor. i, on others

Boyer, Jacksonville J. Bruce screens and windbreak! The 715.: Evening Worship. 9

and Fred Boyer, Tampa: George plant has one failinsr-it likesto 7:30.Tuesday: FIRSTSSE.'IBLY OF GOD -
Boyer. Plant City, and DaVid grow on fertile: ] soil. Mission Study OF STARKE qI
W Boyer, S.lveiSprings: On tho other hani.:! the calll- Course. for Adults 7 p.m West Weldon St. and Raiford << :
ene sister, Mrs. 0, C. Weathers : trls robusta will!" thrive on poor Wednesday: Family Night Road >>

Greenville, Ga. 23 grandchildren sand dunes and up'ani; sands Supper, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. f SSSjki '

: and 16 great-grand- of south Florida. This pl-mt Business Meeting 7:30: ; Church 11:00: :a, In. :Morning Worship] ; $ .
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children. also makes a graceful growth. Choir Practice Sunday' School \::00 m, C. A. Services :; .
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Juniperua of which red cedar1s ::: ? .. ..... ,,. .
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8:30.Thursday Church Visitation. : : :;: v, ,,:,,:: ,' .......:.,::,;:,:;.,::,.:
a type that be used in l 'Y'
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the red most cedar important, are: Chirese'including Sumrall METHODIST, Pastor. :: BAPTIST ..!1 i) '! /for mild man lot and iprioding ol Kit dimand Iht knowltdg.,for:man ol to Hit ftipond Ion *y* |\\\\\\\\\i\\\\\\.\\,\\\,\.\,\,\\\:. ,,;.." ...:.:.::.;..;...:.;;.:;;!.:,;.;i;! !!.!:.!:.!!,::;..:.;.!!;!::;:,:,".:,':......

Juniper,...pi compact pyramldicil FIRST UNITED :: lo hot lea by toning till ntighbor Without, W ::":::,.,:. ,::; :",,,.,',: ::$

form: Pfltzer Juniper a STARKE CHURCH, HIGHWAY 18' N. <:;; Ihil grounding In tho taro of God no govorn* .O. ::1t/\f\\ \?' .,,:., .,.,.,,:,.,., ,F': fL
rather low, flat-growing type; Sunday Curch School 9:45: Sunday School 9:43: a. m ;:::. f mart or loiloty or way ol lift mil long l;| .:":':""":"'::" ,,:. ,.:.,:..": {:3

By Hervey Sharpe, Kdltor Japanese Juniper, one of the a.m.; Morning Worship 11:00: Morning: Worship. 11. Training. j.. ptrttvoro: and :tht :frudomt which wt hold to \\\\\\\\\i\\\\\\\\\\\:\\\\\\\\\;\\\\\;\\\ : : :: jliiir:: :i},... 1
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Florida Agricultural Extension best prostrate forms: and We a.m.; MYF Snack Supper, 6:00: Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 7 door will 1 Intvilablr piriih n r olon. ovin t d\ :.!!,:.:...... :,""'" ,.:..\ ; ...!.! ..... .
common Juniper. which Is a p.m.; MYF Meetings, 6:30: p.m.: 7:30.: :.I week Prayer Service .:: ti front a ttlrlih point ol now ono should tuppoil :{ ::.,:.:::: :,: .:.:.:,,:,:..,: i ::'.,'..,':::,:::.',.':' :':'. :

ServicePine favorite of the older homestead Evening Worship, 8:00: p.m. 7:30.: AIA. hunt lor Iho tako of boo wtlforo ol him- '" :\iffJti..?:' :/::!:! ,;;;;:' .: :\\tr: :: : !" ':, .,- kiiV
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-type gardeners.The Monday Girl Scouts 3:15: -Rv\. L. Tummy Howe Pastor :: nil end hit family. loyond (that h.w.wr., '!f' ::'.::, .:''.: : '.,:,' ,<'." .:,' ::

moral p.m.: MYF Sub-District at 'J:: ;1 I nut. ponon thould uphold ond "partkltatf In r''i1 :::: '* ';,:; '." ?,-.. .' ."" ....1 1 .I", "u./4.11. .. I"'I.,u.,, i
trees have high
Lake Butler Methodist:! Church. GKAHA.VI BAPTlSl' CHURCH ::1: Ihi OiuHh lotauu II Hill Iho truth about 4
standards. That is, they don't Junipers! : are 'valuable! 7:30: p.m. Sunday School, 10 a': m. Morn ::: '.' man 1 Ill., death ond dttliny, tho hull which I.1 :.:)
shed their cloth's in the fall. conifers because: of the great : 7 S : i Cot.... Ad. So". :<
Tuesday Brownies, 3:15: in;] Worship 11 a. m. a.nd.7 p .i o'orw! mil Hi him fru to Iiw l! 01 0 child ol ,' .
This virtue will appeal to those variety of typ s as well as the ReFred' .:s. 'fl ._ ..
ni.- Johns pastor '.. Cod '-&
who hate raking leaves. shades of green that are avniliable. p.m.Wednesday ';J j--- : r- > :

Pines also help you sigh in relief These shares! of color Rehearsal 3:15 Children's: !p.m.; Prayer Choir NEW JUVEll BAPTIST : !. :::Uc:: ::: ::: :: ::: : .._ ..a':;:.... ,( ._.JJ#, ... = ;1
because they do their best permit .ha' development: of Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn
Meeting and Bible Study, 7:30: ij
I not to litter your lawn.: To many:: effects imnoss'ble! with ing; Worship, 11 a. m. Tratnlm'Jnlcu. i
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prove it listen carefully and other plant materials. p.m.Thursday 7 p. m. Evening Worship, }{
-Youth Choir Re- lli
you'll not only hear sighs but The arborvitae are possibly 8 p: m. Wednesday :night ser I
Chancel
,distinct whispers. the most familiar of, the conifers Choir hearsal. 7:00: p.m. vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel :: .::."-
When checking' sounds of because they have been Rehearsal 7:30: p.m. me-.L.. L. Parker, pastor "'
Saturday Couples Covered
pines refrain from entering in favorite plants for ages. Thereare -

I their conversations or the two groups-American and Dish 6:30: p.m.DeWltt Supper. in Fellowship Hall FIRST CHRISTIAN: CHURCH ;: FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE !
neighbors will begin checkingon Oriental Sunday Service Sunday
the price of a straightjacket. The American arborvItae T. Farabee, Jr Pastor School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Warship I

group contains many FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCH
However, neighbors will agree kinds of coniferous plant ma- 6:30: P. m. Midweek Ser i
964-7231
if you tell them that pines: terial. A tour of your local STARKE vice Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. f
Sunday School, 9:45 MornIng -
: ;
beautify, add d'gnity and furn- nurseryman's sales yard -will Charles Reese. minister Tire Tni-lng ::
Worship at 11,
ish a filtered shads: all year.If give you an Idea. of how these sermon U-HAUL RENTALS f
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"For God So Loved!;: The World. BAYLESSHiaHWATBAPTIST Adjusting ;
Headlight
:your lot is in need of one plants wall look in your yard.
of those qualities then considerthe Some of the more impor'anf' Training Union, 6:15.: Evening CTtaROB Track Trailer Brake Service :
Worship 730; ; sermon, "The
slash pin:!. The longleaf Oriental arborvltaes: include: Hardening of Pharoah's Sunday School 10 $.m. Pre' Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and ij
pine :lS fi"e except it grows Aurea-golcen? yellow In s' r'nj; Heart" actlnc Service at 11. TnUalocnion.
more :islowly. Beverlevensls] pyramidal, lea Minor Tune-Upa Alignment
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Monday- Youth Choir Practice 6 pm. >Eventa! Service.rf :!
The season: for planting] bare- ves ,golden yellrw; compa-ba- Midweek Prayer Mectinr. ', :
730.: 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
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rootel: ssedlirgs Is in winter, dwarf and:! compact: nsplcua. Wednesday Weekday Bible Wednesday 7:30.: Everyone weVoome. ---

but nurserymen\ Fell patted: pine compact, golden yellow suf Class, 10 a.m. Teachers and Rev. George ]C" CropMtor. > PHONE 964-5899 All Minor Repairs ,
that ca.n be planted at any fused with green; strleta Officers wdl .
Meeting. 6:30. ,
: Prayer
time. dense and compact pyramidaltype Meeting, 7:30.: Church Choir 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple AT*. Stark

The uses of pines! are many.: of growth with dark green Practice 8:15.ThursdayWMU. STARKE BUILDERS .

But in ijsneral\ locate them as foliage: Bonita! dwarf compact Book Study FIRST:: BAPTIST CHURCH Hiway 301 and 100 r'

specimen plantings in the franc: !; form of. slow growth and 5 p.m "Sons of Ishmael" to be HAMPiON k SUPPLIES, Inc. 1

yard or as background and beautiful green foliage; Blue-. taught by Mrs. John "McGuire. Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng ,
framework plantings around green-a stronger .grower with: Covered Dish Supper, 6 p.m.. Worship at 11. .' Training i Featuring Ace Hardware tlO S. Temple Starke LAWSON :{:r

home a foliage that retains Its bl'Ish.green <> followed by continued ,book Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night : Complete Paint Suppliesand 1:

There :lire scores of other color throughout all study. Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed Sporting Good MEAT MARKET ;

conifers that ycu may corsider seasons" of. the year. -W. A. Hozan, pastor. by choir practice Starke NurJuig *-

I Home service 2:43: p. m. ij "Check With Us First" AND COLD STORAGE 1 s
I. : ::: -Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor

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ATTEND THEREVIVAL CALVARY BAPTIST 1:

r 1 Sunday School, 10 a. m. :MornIng } Grocery and Market Prepared for Deep 7T ewWHOLESALE a
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Worehip, 11 a. m. TrainingUnion. rLORIDA .
I I4 d 6:30: p. m. Evening Service I GrowriW ,.,Meats: Feed ;#;s
7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday
7:30: p. m. Rev. R. H. I EST GAS. AND OIL Phone 964-7059 :

e G Butler, PUot' I'. 1 OMTROL Jack and Gladys Edwards PALMETTO STREET f>!%

d'rE IVe' AT THE NORVHSIDE BAPTIST : U. S. 301 South Stark :;;1

S-cliedule CHURCH of service! : Sunday i'i AOWHCMCa. PHONE M4-5312 .. !i

First Assembly Of God Church School 9:45: a. m. Mornlov Worship i BRADFORD COUNTY 1*
11 a.m. Training Union 534 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
6 p.m. Evening Service 7:30: TELEGRAPH
Phone 964-5745 for FREE I
WEST :
HIGHWAY 16 STARKE, FLORIDA p.m.Thursday
Teachers OFFICE
officers SUPPLIES
.' Inductions and Estimate -
meeting 6:30: p.m. Prayer meetIng -
NOVEMBER 30 THRU DECEMBER 9 7:30: P. M. BRADFORDABSTRACT TYPEWRITERS'WILLIAMS

1 7:30 P.M. The Church that Preaches
What the Bible Teaches. CO. ADDING MACHINES
t I.
Edward C. Harvey Pastor
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PreachingSinging! ?,JNCSLEYLAKE. BAPTIST- JEWELRY Better Serrlcsi For You PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 I'
t Ire "'Vj to M2S. Take the drudgery out
t Sunday School 0:30: ; Training Problems of paper work.-

rt2' Playing Union 10:15: a.m.; MornTag Official Class. Rings'r'
Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Wor- Keep ake Diamonds Abstracts LEGAL FORMS. I

t 0,,; l ship 7 pm.; prayer Meeting BULOVA WATCHES
t
ZECH. 4-6: 7:30: Wednesday,'' Title Inauraae* PAYROLL ENVELOPES

t"of "Not by might nor by power Interim pastor. Rev Fred 142 W. Call St. Stark :;.:

I I \\ but by my spirit, saith the Munro. Phone 964-7064 158 W. Can Ph. H.c-a81 i

l\.._ Lord." Airpark Baptist Church -:

EVANGELIST and EVERYONE SANDRA t Sunday Ing Worship School, 11:00 9:45: a.m.a.m.Ioro;; :EvenIng .- CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATiyE. IDC..OwMd i


Mrs.. E. M. Davis WELCOME!. SINGS NIGHTLY Y ]Prayer Worship.Meeting 7:00 and p.m.Bible; Wed.Study By ThoM We Serve la Twelve Nod.... FforUa Cmmtim !'H..ta. o.r... S .... Lire Better i

_.1. -"i, :::: I Psalms., 7:00: C.p.m.J.Study Sheffield on,Book Pastors of' BUctrkaOy". ... Hd kU-PkdJM :47>}- "1 t

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Attuliuy Km- HiIM.iiiitin I I I | Ill -VBliiirolliy" I I.. UiiiMlHldu. Dofund.inl. lleliliili,, M 1. .MoodyOuputy \nm Cull St, !Sun'Ite, Florid on the "plaint If'.. nttnrnev
iiNotli'i. .
.
BAPTIST CIIUHCH '| ; IH ClerkAlbert whnee i name' And nddrenri In
HOPE 11-U II 1MIttTcliv 1I"'I''y given thnt I Hnllnr C'r>. of \;ul'lh
i : tiiivt' ,. C Simmon, Itrnntmn Fla. I'ottnin" Lest Oreen. Stn eke
Illiil Not' Of ArtlonStall Honorable
my p. liUnn 'I"" tllH- Ave.
Im' Ulil Florida: :
Telephone 473-4188. Sunday ,. Kor The Plaintiff" Fin rile the orlelnnlwith i
I---------- and
lrlbutiututud 1'" final' ilim'Inn' 'KU + (Ol I'M.,11,11 Attorney J.'I''In'III.. >, ,'1". Florida
.
School. 10 a.m.; Morning Worship .In.IO'I'J'I Its AilininiNtr.itiir" of the .l.'ntutuuf : ('''"nl y of Iliailfonl" _I t.1It' / 11-27 Dated: tithe -In:: ) (Any of Octo the elork of the nhnvetyled
7:15 Wednesday Hotly., Ix' Kl\i-n Hint: Klllian H. 111111111"'". tli'ciaHiil.. Tn: Ilurnllly I I I.. WoiidsklnAildri'HH h..ID.. I'lO'i:' : lit Staike Drnd.* court on np before l 24tH
: evening HI'lllfll lllllH Mill 1.0 I'l'l-l'IVI-ll In | u.nd l that un Ii. runbvr, 'J. 1JUJ.:>t "riiltiinvvnYou LEn.li0'rlt'el: day of November. 1960, other
Prayer Service 7:30 with ale i.ffli.t l.imlniMH, ," M.inaKi'i,*. '. I 1 will apply. to the lloiiui'ubiu. aniintirii'il, ,t that an nation X wilt n"I..bn I'eHpoiiHilili1', for ford County. FlorUla.lu30 4t 11.20 wise n Judgment" mAY l h* enter
choir practice afterward. Plol9dn<, SI.itc Prlwin up to and Tlii'i-iiu, A. Yiinn. County Judge fur Olvoin., ban 'born flliulaKulnnt anv rlohtu) other than Ihoneoontrncti fd nan I nut vou for the. relief demanded
imt .Liter than 1 InOo: .\. :II. Novoinbif I In Hint. for lli.ullonl' 1 (:oil nlr. you ami )'nil anii'iiuir- 'by inyHclf. Pelbert 'In the complaint or
:a. 101l(. for nl'I i>ruxlimililv I. : : "Klorlil.i far un i.riK-t' of illslrlbutlnn ed to Nerve, a ropy| of vnur writ- L.. Jordan lluihcKter, N.; Y. fn Til* tlrriilt Cnnrt Flahth: petltlnn.Wltnepft' .
NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB IT.linn/ Ibn. I'lipi-tim\'. 1> I ami fur final. IIHI|' 'liaiifcaH tun. di'fi'iim-H 'in, II,, If any. on lu-JO ttp 11-29 Juillrlnl (Irei.lf Of Florida la mv hnnd and the. anal
ruixoil.' from ilnnn"nt KiiflorvC'mtliiK llrmir.iril' 4'ounty .
.
And For
AihniiilHiiat.il' nf tin statuot Plalntlff'H( 1""MIInlll Atti>rniy nf Raid Court on October
The New Lire Bible Club for Itin.m rlli'Dltms nffirxlwlivn .. .. ClII.. ACTION
.. Lillian II. lli.iuii'M. .1 '" "d. un or bufuti' I Ui < I'ltilu't' I 1. Itni'i' : NOTKn Or \'I'I.:\'I'IO" TOIU.I.'I"II lint
students In grades 1 through nnd l I. Siiliji'i't. '1' ,"i""r. Unli.'it. !.' lliamva. J... and file the Initial' with the : I: rifiirioiHAMI Cn.en. eat: (SE.\T.)
liiHp<*?:tli"it Prior T.ludding ,' Crumblov Dean Ttnlpinrrlnintirt '
which Myron I'tcvntt C'lerk 'if' thin ( ''"I'! 'Itllur )e- \ -: Mnry Vlrarlntu F. Parhv
meets .
6. every Monday !' P. O. IJnx60(1( foro MITVU mi PlalnllffH' At- X>.tlo-< "' Iii II.M.II-" I .' given that: -'C. Jan \\.rrlnll'ton. As Clerk' of -nld cnrt
afternoon after school in the -- ------ 10-30 !)
- - -- -
mobile Children's Chapel at I - - - -1 r - -

!Hope Baptist Church, has a --------------T-------------,

good enrollment and enthusiasmis I I

Bible high.Verse Participation Memory Program in the, 1 1 U. S. CHOICE FULL CUT I

through which a student can


win City camp Plans, a near at are free Camp being Lakeland week Gilead made of is summer to in good.havea Polk I 1 1 i ROUNDSTEAK I i FOOD I 1 1isI.


guest speaker at the Nov.
24 meeting of the club. i i t 1


PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sul- -- 1 II 1 FAI R !

livan visited her sisters and 1 SLA'
brothers-in-law Mr. and Mrs.W. 1 1 I 1
B. Feagle at White Springs I
and Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Biel- FOOD FAIR I@I

ling at Providence, Sunday af- II ..QUA1ITV.. ..

ternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pack- I III C I SUPERMARKETS 1I
95 I
ham Jr. of Salt Springs visit- ,
I
ed his parents Rev. and Mrs. I $ aD I I 1

Merle Packham this weekend. 1 LB 1I .
1
Mrs. Ruby Bethea of Washington "i .
D. C., and Mrs. Dekle 1, 1
I
I
.
Bethea and daughter Debbie, I Ir
.
of Jacksonville were Saturday fl U.S. CHOICE BEEF POT ;

visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L.K. FOOD, FAI I R 9 78LBI I

Childs.Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sul- 1 QUALITY : ROAST . when Savings Count... I


ed livan Mr.and and Douglas Mrs. Sullivan Arthur Milli-visit- I I 11 I S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE 1 1 J COUNT ON US I

can at Ocala Sunday. GRADED ; CALIFORNIA OR CROSSROAST .
1
Mrs. Robert Cox of Orange
Park and Mrs. James Davis + RIB8S.l.1 I
L B
visited Mrs. Davis' mother, U.S. CHOICE i I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU. I
Mrs. Marion Gnann at Mac- I WEDNESDAY NOV.19, 1969.

Clenny last Tuesday. I II I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin- I II
dell were in Jacksonville on
Sunday and Lake City on Mon-
day of this week.
LEAN FRESH
Mrs. Merle Packham visit-
ed her daughter and grand- GROUNDBEEF FRESH PORK

son Mrs. Bill Phillips and SHOULDERROAST
Billy at Middleburg Friday.
Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. L. K. Childs were Mr.

and Mrs. James Childs and rooD rrxa rOOD
four sons of Fort Pierce. f000 RA1q fAlq
Miss Sue White visited Miss
Darlene Underhill in Starke Saturday CNOICI PICNIC
night and Sunday. Lici'U.e r 'nil STYIE
Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and
Rusty visited her brotherinlaw -
and sister Mr. and Mrs.

Elmer Fulghum Jr., at Palat-

ka Harold Saturday.Mills Jr., of Jack-
.
I -1
sonville Beach was a Tuesday iLi"
afternoon visitor of his father
Harold Mills and sister, Miss .


la Dorothy The Mills.Circuit Court Elahfh' i. 1 1
Juillclnl Cliiiilt of Klorluu In Dt.
Auii For Uruilluril County:
c:...* :\u. 11:1.:
(,1IL ACTION
.\.Laura.. Fredeilck Gail. C"CI'.WI,,,,..! Plaintiff Defend.

I'OJICU-; OP SLITO; PRO-

19th: Frederick a :
Ungr: Bn u) 1 Aa12b8617
APO bun:; FraiiLlacu California
98117;
You Are Hereby Notified; that
an action for Divorce Jiav been I
filed agalnit you and you are
required to nerve a copy of your TRt VAllIY WHOUSPICED
written defenaen, If any to It. m1 STEP"
on the plaintiffs attorney, NESTLE'S
whose name und address Itf llvn HUNT'SCATSUP I New !
orablu Ueorga H. Pierce 1'. U. ARMSTRONG NON-DAIRY
Drawer lulu( Slur, lie, Florida. .
and file the oiltflnallth the a /
cleiU of the above ntyled. court a
on or before November; 17, luau; COFFEE CREAMER
otheiwlse a judgement may ba CMI'OHMI*.IN T UO.eil tOOIIMIK
entered. against' you for the re. ,
lief demanded In the complaintor 2lb 46oz 1
petition. 3lGIANT
\Vltnea my hand and the. BOX CANS 4lFANCY CAN -
seal 1989.ot laid Court un October: 17.

(SEAL)
Charles A. Darby
As Clerk of said Court
By: Beulah M.. Muody
An Deputy Cleric I'I ..::3 I C.
_10.22 tt 11.13 I

In Circuit Court. iiichllt: Juillrlnl, Pantry Daili.FmMll73akYUJ1
Circuit. In And Fur llrniKord I < GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS I Pride 1
tountr,.No Florida, Civil ActionDorkrt I1/' LO LOAF I t U. S. NO.l

Lone :\0. ;
William H. Pnxton. Plaintiff.v I
SANDWICH SLICED PULLMAN WHITE
Mary L/ Taxton. Defendant.
Notice Of Action I I NEW WHITEPOTATOES I
State Of Florida
County Of Bradford. 1 I 1
To Mary L. Paxton
AddresH L'nlcnovvn I I 1I 1
You are notltled thot nn notion
for LMvone hUB 'been filed
against )ou and you are required ;
to nerve it copy of your I I I
written defenses to 't. If any.
on 1'lalntllf's/ undersigned Attorney I I I i
before December
on or
2/49 "'
11, 1U09. and fllo the original' :
with the Clerk of thin. Court I I C I
either ,before set'vice on Plaintiff C \ 10
.
Attorney or Immediately :
thereafter : othervvl.e a defaultwill I I < 49 I
be entered ',!1rI.n.I.YoU! for SAVE 18 .PKO OF 12.ICED ASSORTED JS

w ir w I L8 I SWEETBUNS 3/$ 1 :-: LB B'W'.1t"G"

.4 veteran/ homeowner says/ SAVE 10 i.FRESH' BAKED.8" ,

a""C'more hardware': [eel than insecure two store.blocks if he from lived I PUMPKIN PIES 39 ; 20 POUND BAG 89* !




Pet Ritz frozenPumpkin LIBBY'S LARGE ROME

STARKEBUSINESS or Baby Limas, Cloverleaf BEAUTY BAKINGAPPLES

Mince Brussel Sprouts INSTANT "


2Oo* PKGS or Cut Corn'-J I" DRY MILK



DIRECTORYAUTO, SERVICE, 3 89 16oxPKGS 3/l r .



Gilbert S. Brown

.
- -
Stlndard OU Service Station ,

T*. .. ATLAS

Bodftl TIRES' Term BATTERIES- Road Service : 8 off :

PHONE M4-7071 '..- RICEARONI- ANTI-PERSPIRANT

407 N. Temple Starke I 2 IOULAR Me 101711 O* HOT I CONTAC SCOPE


HURST'SSHELL I HEINZKETCHUP I II CAPSULES ANTISEPTIC

I II I II t ifir, CHICKEN OR SPANISH MOUTHWASH
REGULAR OR UNSCENTED
I t1u11 WITH THIS COUPON II I I1""las PKGor
Service Station Iu NOV. J9th, 1969. '/ 9oz
-oiPKGS
I .. I II 10 2/.1
.
(fas pUs Lubrication Ih.lu.r. 't..llr. CAN
Monarch Tired it Balt- z1elROAD I I
rr ft
SERVICE L-.J
301 antl.JOGr Starba


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'having for Boy Scout experienced filers, Iti\4: :: :;::*::;>:xH.x: : : *::.:;$MFARM *SY:"'i'xtSi: :: -m:::: ::::'v::::;:{>>:.:<<..tiJKn: : ..
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I CommunityNews captain how to stand and In conduct line, ; HT AND' .RANCH. .. ;|11 CERAMIC QUARRY VINYL

All boys ''
coming' scouts are i.-' a By George T. Hugging |i;

lender attend ''and In the cooperate best '> -"j COUNTY AGENT | Robert L. KitchensTile

the boys. s *?* ;, Agricultural Extension. Service: gj
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GIRL SCOUT NEWSGirl Contractor .
Hy Elizabeth: Givens Walker Scout Troop Many of you' have one or States is ,the safest;, cleanest, ..
each Monday ,at 5 ''P.m more peach trees, fig trees, and most wholesome in the .,
ter Allen Chapel pear" trees, or some,type of tree world. There ,being over 5,000 1030 E. CALL ST. 964-6923 :
All girls interested or shrub ''that might! have ia, varieties .of fresh frozen dried STARKE FLORIDA :
RECREATION NEWS helping to build for our youtha nre asked to contact .sa1e:: Insect that is known as canned, ready-mixed, heat and! .
AU boys and Bills, age 12 to firm foundation which to .'
White Peach Scale. available is
foods
zabeth etc.
Walker 19, who would like to paitlcipate stand be '
to recognized o8.S A
Information. This Is sometimes called mainly the result of pesticides. "
in City League baseball human being and (citizen: who :
.snow scale because there may proper use of pesticides plays
may register:! at the Reno Recreation will be given a Just opportunity Now is the time to
be a little patch or extensive ia major role in that only sixteen -
Center Monday through 'to participate in the mainstream. CARD OF THANKSTo covering which resembles .snow to seventeen ,per cent of coverWindo ws, Doorss.'Porches & Breezeways
Friday front 4 to 6:30: *of American life.Another our many This seals, like the many oth- our disposable. income is for :FOR 1NINTER LON
heartfelt thanks to PROTECTION
highlight of the meeting -
pm.There era, has piercing mouth parts food.If .
will be An interesting was the discussion of interface tended comforting which means >lh>it they suck we did not have pesticides, PJptic
basketball game Saturday ,
Juices from their host plant. not properly Clear
and they were
8 the RJE The the acts of kindness stel I
In gym. public club on the Gainesville High to a
When the 'population is great' used food would cost fifty
is invited:! ti> come and see School campus. The organization way, we are deeply
enoogh( serious damage will ac- sixty i per cent mere and possibly ,
the 19GD.70 basketball team inactlon. works toward bettermentof The family of the
be
l some :food items would
< Parents and interested human relations >and keepingthe Jackson. cur.The ontr3603h/
most popular Insecticide \taken off the market .
guardians are invited to cooperate school's morals high. CARD OF THANKS Is Diazlnon. Several weeks agoI Pesticides are meant to kill Also in 4 ft. widths -
for the best Interest of the The regular monthly meeting The family of Amos
tried garden supply places When used correctlythat
children will be ,acknowledges with j pests. o. ln. FLEX-0-GLASS IT f U l y ANVONI MN DO ITI
held at 8 Wednesday
p.m. and could not purchase Diaz- Is what they will do. Ourarmel's
:MASS MEETING Nov. 19, in Mount Zion. predation the many is far stronger than polyethylene- o
lnon 1n small size containers. do good Job of readIng : ?
of ;! a 1
of son It's the only plastic window material
pressions sympathy
Some of the highlights of the AME Church,
Lnwtey. With this sltuo'Uon.' you may : ,the labels and following' "
NAACP Mass Meeting held BOY SCOUT NEWS our family during com- GUARA '
want another insecticide be- safety precautions.. This Is the TEEDn
Sunday at Greater Allen Chapel The sorrow in the, toss: : at Ft. Warp Broi. Chle. o 60651Pion
Boy Scouts are making cause >a gallon of Diazlnon responsibility of everybody. 2 YEARS L ..r In Plastics Sine 1924 ,
SAME Chinch were the emphasis great progress under the leader loved brother and would make about two hundred The danger
up Pesticides axe safe. At Hardwat en Lumber Dealer Everywhere
on Negro cocpeiation: in. ship of Scoutmaster Jlmmle God ever bless. you the Army S
Rucker, fifty gallons of spray for 1t!! In the way ewe 'use them.
building his community to be a Jenkins. Meetings are held each CHURCH NEWS in ,the White Peach Scale. Other materials -
morally fit place to live, bbe. Wednesday. night at the Jenkins Ebeneaer: Baptist which yoa may use include -
coming spiritually strong in that Recreation.'Center from 7 to 9 !Rev. Leroy Davis Pfc. parathion, ethion or may-
he will reach to assist his struggling p.m.The vices begin with tour of be 'two or three applications of
brother, to work toward boys are elated 'over 'at 9:45.: Morning : oil emulsion while trees are

.. Evening service, 6:30.: r Bar- dormant.PESTICIDE
bers Invited to LAW
Choir will be in, Starke. From all Indications owe will
Rind Gas Water Heaters
< I song service1. Smith, of have a pesticide law beginning
<0 The Senior and January 1, 1970. This may be
i.i ? ; heats water 3 times faster! will serve In the making as partly because we have failedto
sary of Bethlehem' N. C. let our nonagriculturalpeople
i i Baptist Church at 8 master know the Importance of
,,} ,::'" Rivers; Of Hot Water At day, Nov. 14. 2 Co.. agricultural, pesticides. Many
: His non-agricultural people are in
LOW LOW COST The anniversary of : Mrs favor of reducing: : in some
Choir of Ebenezer cases even stopping the 'use of

ftt1f; cd will be held ,.. farm. psstlcUes.: This is getting ,
There will be 'a publicity than all
more
: Pay For It From Your
"
Queen Contest ,the: benefits and good uses of
Utility SayingsPURCHASED Leola Holmes and (pesticides. FOR"MORE
Turner on the flight Proper 'use of pesticides is .
FOR versary. The public necessary and important. In
to attend. Bible most cases there would be no WP\?
$2.00 Per Monthon each Tuesday night, use in preparing the soil, putting -
Meeting each out fertilizer, planting:
S1 de Gas Greater Bethlehem seeds and Irrigating! ,unless 'we TEMPTINGTALKING
Economical *
Baptist Church, h9 6
are prepared ''to use pesticides.We
CALL NOW Williams pastor. are told that: tha ratio of :4t)
9:30: Morning Insects! to man is estimated:: at :
332 W. MADISON Evening service, 6 500,000 to one. More than 10,000 O
SLADE GAS PHONE 9647701I night. Choir No. 1 species of insects, just in 'the
Tuesday night Choir United: States, are enemies of
.Ushers Board. IN}. man agriculture, and natural \j4'
hearse. Wednesday resources.
I er Meet:ng. Thursday Before dies Circle Friday a list of its ingredients,
t 14, at 8 p.m. Triple directions for safe use to. ob
niversary will be 'taro the results claimed and ,; ,as, 1j aa a.. 3. r ,
And St.ak, NEED various choirs precautions necessary in hand

program. Saturday Jr., 21, ling must appear, on the label.
$1.29 A Pound will be sold s 1
:ners Route Because of pesticides:: our
: XTRA'.CASH chen by the I Can promot- food: supply in the United!
No. 2 Choir. The during .
t ., Let t vited to support these S'7Z8111'F"23 near Pvt. Richard C. Turlington,
Don't .
Greater Allen son of Mr. and Mrs. Carson

A Lack Of Church, Rev A. R. of Turlington, of Starke. has completed ..1. >10 11'0.. 'j ,
t Money Worry't pastor in charge. 9th nine weeks of advanced h (v
You start with Sunday the 25th Infantry training at Fort Polk, rcc'JTRIMtuINE
a.m. with Mrs. F. B Nlnh La. Pvt. Turlington entered the
t Call or In charge Morning Septem- Army last May and received
t 11. Evening Service at basic training at Fort Benning,
qit
The Conference ar- Ga.
Visit UsToday of this 1
begin Nov. 18 in -
t :; t '..From this 2nd Lt. Herbert C. Hawkins

!! ter will b3 III husband of the former
church for the new son Glenda Wade of Route 1, ;
t Year. Crosby, Starke, has completed the

Loans Up Tp $600 t recently S. Air course Security for police U.officers S. Air at Force Lack
MRS. LULA SI
t For Any Worthwhile Need: Funeral services at land AFB, Texas. Ha will now
t Lula Singleton: of radar he be assigned to Travis AFB, Makes phoning more fun. Handy recall button, dial in tnc handset,
in the 60th Sec-
Street will be held aircraft urity Calif Police for duty Squadron a unt of space-saving design and sparkling new colors, all add to your calling

t" / t Saturday Calvary Baptist, Nov. 15, He Air-has the Military Airlift Command. enjoyment, Order your Trim-Line extension today.
*
TOWN
FIINAAa! I' Rev. L, W. Thomas ; Warning' Lt. Hawkins is a 1965 graduateof
Leon High School Tallahassee -
: Chestnut & Hails duty received his B. S. degree
\ 226 N. TEMPLE AVE Sri \lIhl-\ I Home ments.is Mrs.in charge:. of Defense the and from Florida: State Uni Florida State Telephone Co. (\t:

.. _ her home here aircraft versity. He was commissioned
through the Air Force ROTC
.
8. a 1960 program. unn.u...... ,

High

I GAINESVILLE Business \

Class! THEGAINESVILLE SECOND

pro-1, BIGANNIVERSARY

Air Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial Class

Air Conditioning Equipment MOBILE HOMES : recruit Corps: If A" IT SALEt1STOREStTDEROA'ERO.P

Heating By j Island',
Santa Fe m A L L
General Electric Tractor, Mobile Homes his ,. NOV. 13-14-15

Ross's Sheet Metal, Inc. FORD Gainesville's of ,A.ar-49/q....,c..J n.rkaN, :1AW
Gainesville -2520: N E. 18th Ter. Farm Tractors & Implements Discount .
Home Sale Lot.NEW
Tel. 376-8282 USED EQUIPMENT ''to
SALES. PART SERVICE MOON for four
AUTO SALES BRONZEWOOD In a Let's Go
Jow Monthly Fishing!
BRASINGTONCADILLAC GARDEN SUPPLIES 4820 N. W. 1Mb -

OLDSMOBILE!: William
SALES *. SERVICEFine Johnson & Far;., Inc. Mrs.
Selection of Vied Cart MUSICBALDWIN was
Taken On Cadillac Trades SEEDS PLANTS 4th In- Free Cake, Sat., Nov. 15, 2 P.M.
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 3784301 Insecticides-Pet SUPpliNFERTILIZERS Pleiku, $1,000 in Prize Capsules
PIANO* inside Cake
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA CHOKt CV TM. on O .
We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders Sale Items' Every StoreFishing
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378447 -CiPltam

-
4 wheel drive end ears MATERNITY WEAR I O'vllle Shopping Ctr. USCG,
Sales Part Service R.

Clean Used Toyota ,I MOVERS Fla., Is :
1700 N. Main 376-1266 FOR MOTHERSTOBEA Guard "
FULL LINE OF 25c
per person
\
Long Distance :" .. '
I \
Beauty Academy Lingerie Dresses Slack.I Storage .... __ __ -::.;: FREE ONE TIME
'- -
Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits 180 foot \ With Coupon From Paper.
Crating --
:
aids :: -
,POWELL'S EXPECTANTLYYOURS free Estimates : -- Live Rainbow Trout From
buoys, "
HILL'S -- -- : \ The Tennessee !Mountains.
"
Beauty AcademyLearn INC. 1' : t\\.b\\'t ,

a Profession In Your 706 W. University. Opp. S.F.JjC. Van Service, carries \ t\5\\\N!! I.t \
Spare Time. Full or Part Time 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. of six
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 372-4271 men. 'I O'N1I11' \
MEN'S Wl<: RSTAG'N 1 fb"
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC I PAINT CLASSLIDDELL 2. tI
!Mc. /II\\\ 11\\ : 't\tt\e -I CELEBRATEANOTHER
DRAG of Mr.of '. \0 Minaeso; ,
/iJ '

Motor Repair Co. .. Arrow Griffin Shirts Salts .Florsheln Sloe .GLASS Mirrors Sliding CO.Glas. : the re \ ( .J'' t!' .!- ..1

Of Gainesville Inc. Formal Rentals Tub Enclosures NATO --
Repairing Rewinding Ladies Sportswear Furniture Top Atlan- L -- WONDERFUL YEARNOV.
New and Used t STORES W. UNIVERSITY Awning -
1811 N. W. 11th Ph. 311-8318 and GAINESVILLE MAUL 116 N.W. 16th St. effectiveness and
of the NATO
striking fleet. 1

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FAA Wants nswerHunters




I..1I.I. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -- MELROSE Reported Violating



'." VlJ-l.rlrt.ru-Lru--Lr.I--,_
1. _



eys t one Hilites/ Ji:: ) VOICE SPORTSMAN, of the Rules At Keystone Airport



r By JIM FOX C73.CIUl \.
I Pleane Phone In Y6nr Items R' CHITI'Y The controversal: Sports:: said. "Why should I go and the truck and Jeep, but: he
-
,.. : :.:. men's Club lease of 2.700 acres get chewed out by the Council did net look into the car.
propertywas
I.__ Hi. sports fans sorry i mIssed names to report ma time: of Keystone Airport ?" On the game day, Satterflelcl:

ROTARY NEWS HERE 'N THERE you last week but there around. Mr." 1nd' Mrs. JamesW. back:: on the agenda at Satterfield raid when he not- said, he observe! : some 50 hunt-

' Barney Oarwood Captain: ol Mrs. Aubrey Bnnnlsfer was just wasn't enough Sportsman Bell caught-38 Specs while Tuesday nght's: Keystone Co.mcil ed the violations he had triedto ; ers lined UP along the fence at

Alachua Country Road Pv in Anr.lston: Ala. last we3k, News to even start this column ( drifting last Sunday Roy Griffin meeting when Mayor Ray contact Watkins but the ,the end of Runway 4, abut 13

the! and Lt. Shellie\ Downs. vls'ting' with her family.Mr. .o it was added to the guided Dick Wrentsch Tuesday Starnes asked for clarificationof Airport Chairman could not bs to 30 feet apa-t. He did: not
trol
of the Juvenile Division and Mrs. Jack: Sullivan end of the Indian B!''''''' Vevi.' 'and they caught 7 Bass his role in Dealing: with reported reached. He than called! Key- see anyone filing at that time

Chairman and Community Service :and JuAp1! and M S. Crago of I have heard a couple of that ranged from 2 to 5V4 vlolatons: of hunting: regulations stone Chief of Police Wally the airport manager ta'cl.Satterfield .

Emergency and Rescue Department Nelson's Point were vacationing hunting reports so I'll pass pounds. Roy George Zellner. In the area. Muhlhofor Satterfield said also alleged that

were the guest speakers last week in Key West. them along to you now. I was and: Mr. Cone caught 6 Bass Starnes said he had: received quoting Muhlhofer as stating he had observe;! several deer

the Keystone Heights Rotary Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson out at Morgan's Barber Shop Thursday. ranging 2 to S Careers In rf

-at Club on Friday afternoon Nov.: entertained Mrs. Nelson's last Friday and Mr. Morgan pounds. Roy reports that the Will Be TopicAt from the FAA (Federal Aviation he Jurisdiction but cffer'ng to no- the gas pipeline, which is for-

They were introduced by mother Mrs. Leo Champion: told me that his nephew had Bass have been schooling earlyIn Agency) ,asking what tify deputies!! In Bra:'ford anti bidden to hunters.At .

7.local Rotarian Jim Wharton. 'with a dinner party at their killed a 12 point Buck already. the morning and late In the Keystone School and the city were doing to Clay Counttss. Tuesday night's meeting,
!
iwho was program chairman home on Sunday evening. Sun- Kenneth Padgett of Starke. evening. cope with reported infractions. Satterfield:: saId that Deputy Watkins said these were "old

the week. day was Mrs. Champion's who Is my cousin by mirriage. Glen Griffin reports that he's "Careers in the Professional Starnes said that Homer Sat- Haryey: came out mm Green stands" some of them dit'n

for The guests discussed the birthday. Guests who were on killed a Buck the first day of been tearing up some squirrels Art World" will be the subjectof terfield, who has Keystone Air. Cove Springs, but there were back five years. SatterfieU told

"Auxiliary Forces In Police hand to help Mrs. Chimpon: the Season. Wildon Stnson: of lately. a talk before students of port facilities .under lease, had no violations to be observed The Telegraph\ howeier, that

Work. Capt. Ganvood and Lt. celebrate the occasion includedher : Hampton, a so killed a 6 point. Shlpman's Camp (west shore Keystone Heights High School reported seeing one man shoot during! the time he was th re. he was positive at lea't ore:: of

Downs pointed out that all husband Leo Champion, 150 lb. Buck the first day of Santa Fe). reports that business !- on Thursday, Nov. 20, at 8:30: three times at a deer running hunt- In regard to( his being depu- them had been recently constructed -

enforcement agencies! are and another daughter and son- Hunting Season. has slowed way down am.. according to R. Douglas across the airport in the tized. Satterfield: : sa'.d:: "I'm .

police always suffering shortages dueto in-law Mr. ana; Mrs. W. B. The Jack Millers of bake: but the fish are still biting. Brulett. guidance counselor. ing-banned area, and numerous not abut to make a.i arrest He said it was Impos'ble! for

sickness several police calls Thompson and children of Santa Fe, and: Thomas Hawes Uncle Alfred Hudson of Gainesville Carl C. Saunders Jr., director cars with hunting equipment in\ :unless they'll back me up." He him to police the entire 2.700

one time >and many other Starke. killed 32 squirrels last week- and his friend James of adm'sslons! the Art Insti- parked on the airport said he had tried to stop abuses acres and still carry:\ on his
it t
Mr. and Mrs. Huntley' Red. Brock caught 3 Bass and lost stute of Fort Lauderdale will: violation of lease provls cns by outsiders at the Boy airport duties. In addition: to
instances.The he
Auxiliary Departmentwas learn Jr., are the proud par- end.My father, A. B. and Michael several big ones i In Lochloosa. present 20-minute film on art Starnes wanted to know Sattsr-If Scout camp site but hid got- the main: entranc': tIters are

originated during the ents of an Infant daughter: Howard of Starke, and Buddy! But when they lost the two training' and art careers entitled had: authority to order ten no cooperation from the seven fferent places wh?l'e

Cuban crisis. Professional and Patricia Dawn born on Thursday Ellis of Gainesville 'went hunt- baits (plastic worms) they "Anyone for Art?" Ca'alojs! field: to enforce the regalat'o"s.rather them to clty- hunters can enter( the a'rport,

non-professional members of afternoon Nov. 6, at the ing again Saturday and killed< were c' chln* '"m n'a. t*,!r dormitory data and Information than reporting "I have a duty to notify the Satterfield jsaM.! The fence has

the community were recruitedto Bradford County Hospital. Mrs. 23 quail. couldnf find another thing the- on positions held by graduates the FAA. said FAA In any case"fftr'*'irt..* :- ,been cut in two places and o"e
Fox
Re if earn and Patricia are now fish would\ hit. Believe of the Art Institute will Chairman Everett SatteiJlcld said
assist the law enforcement Now, let's take a peek at the me. deputized craft safety gate torn dawn Just recently
at home and doing quits well. that's mighty :bit available. that Sitterfield: had been vioi4..4Wt..
These volunteers little bt: of Fishing News that disgusting-right and "regarding he added.:
agencies. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. was reported this week. Alfred? The Fort Lauderdale Institute in both Bradford : could bring about 110110'1',,
to school and became
sent had of Tuesday
were that he Upshot! thl.11l'th'lr( -
and Margaret Frohllch of Pitts- Griffin's Lodge (east shore It looks like that wraps up is a branch of the 49-year- Clay Counties and that the city would: be pa)' l1i
qualified in security to enforce the regulations night \va< tint t :Miyor Star-
burgh Pa. Paternal grandparents of Santa Fe another week so I'll old Art Institute of Pittsburgh the authority ,
These ), was the only one say, on from now on. ..
communication. reserve he would do so. In nes shouUl write to FAA officials !-
are Mr. and Mrs. Hunt- of my check-points that had 'OOOd.byeand good luck!" Both institutions offer two If Satterl'eld:! raid that: on the
serve without pay. talked sta'in iliit Coiinc.l: .ilJ
forces Fox said. he had : wo
ley Redfearn Sr. of Keystone.Mrs. year programs in commercial fact, diy cf hunt'n season
Volunteers are required to Satterfield and told the opening am.f instruct S.itterflel: : I and th"
Elizabeth Grosberg andLeRoy art. fashion illustrations and with Saturday, Nov. 1, at 9H:(:
have a high school education. YTYYYYYYTYYYYYYYTY that unless Sportsmen's Club In \viitlrsr as
manager
returned to airport in
Syracuse! Interior desl n. hunter stnndinsr:
They also attend 200 hours of Mrs Grosberg's home Saturday he could:: do the Jab, he (Fox> he saw one the taxi to their duties an.1:! responsi
classes relative to police operations his lease plain view between bilities. This had! b'" clone
MELROSEBy would try to break: no. :.i
month'sVisit firethree
evening, following! a INDIAN BEACHLake Mrs. Benson. 16-24
and Runway
nett strip and:
which are "
and security, friends "and get someone who would.: prevlou'lv, "t was pn'ritcil cut
with family and The new report cards were times at a deer runningnorthsart \
administered by qualified Intructors. Fox sad'! he objected to Sat- It was emphasized! Hint "011 '-
In the north.Dr. Joyce Rowe Issued Wednesday. These will across!! the airport.On ; .
( Bant* Fe) the city'shead" body rifle south of the
firing
"going' over :a
Albert Rellly, of Jacksonville be Issued every 9 weeks and terfield Sunday. Nov. 2. Sitter-:
The officers Also dlscu'sed of By Michael H. Chltt/ .-rrrr trrr mrs rLtSl those to report violations to : pipeline at the airport U subject -
was ,a weekend guest are quite different from he questioned: hunt-
of drug' abuse Ph. 475-2111: field said
.He problem first notifyinghim to flireH" ard the Sports-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelsonof Members of the Putnam County last year. the FAA without in a Jeep a car and a
children, and what cane ChairmanRoy ers men's Club would be cxpec'eJ
among Lakevlew Drive. ..AAAAA&&AAAAAAAAAA&Oggreetngs American Legion of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bart- (Fox, Airport truck puked: on th:? air-
> done to help control widespread Mr. and: Mrs. W. Q. Dcwllng.Jr. held a Veteran's Day Celebrat- lett attended the ceremoniesin Watkins or Mayor Star- pickup in violation of regulations to expel any member viMatlns;
: use of illegal drugs. A f-f-friends and of Mateo the San Mateo port, this rule lmmed'ntly.
San
recently returned from attending tion program for members as and:! was told they were
.
ihort Discussion followed on a convention In Chi- n-nelghbors. Boy. when the the 5 and 6 grades of Melrose Presbyterian Church was received nes.Satterfield was not presentat looking for their dogs. Satter- In other action Tuesdaynight

low to detect those who are cago. weather finally decided to cool Elementary School Wednesday. into the Suwannee Pres- the meeting and when questioned said< he observed !runs in :
field
islng drugs. Mr. and Mrs. James Wharton off it wasted no time doing so Nov. 5.Miss. bytery Sunday Nov. 9 at four latr by The Telegraph Counc'Imin' Joy B.iknr reported -

Rotarian board members are "wereweekend guest of :Mri.! did it? One night last week I Janice Smith a mem- In the afternoon. that the Siato Road Department .
reminded that there will be a pajamas under Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe had completed its
Wharton's brcther-in-law and! slept in my short ber of the 6 grade, represented

regular monthly meeting on sister Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crab- a sheet ant: spread and the school and gave a his- and twins Debra and Dexter Indians Scalp Horn Off Rams survey and coiclud 1 that: n

Thursday. For additional information tree, of Jacksonville. The two the next night I wore my flannel tory of soldiers' participationin soent Saturday in Belle Glade. ; stop-gO light wai not lii'llftod

contact 'the club secretary couples enjoyed the Florida- pajamas, and slept under wars from the Revolutionary John. Glenda Loretta David at the inters
James Wharton. Georgia Saturday. by. electric blankst. That'swhat. War until present times. Jack and Melvin Chamblee: and 100 and! 21. Sh. proposed to
game: on
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mr. and: Mrs James Zowarka. .I call a quick! change of Members of the American Legion David Eichelsderfer recently Moore \Wingate Lead 23-6 Victory. meet with SlID officials! la'er

The Keystone Heights Dupll- and family attended the gameon weather .But I'm not complaining were so Impressed they spent the day at Six Gun Ter- this week In an attempt to persuade

:ate Bridge Club sponsored by Saturday with their friends:! a bit, as far as I'm concerned asked for a copy for publication !!- ritory near Ocala. them othrw'!

:the Woman's Club, meets every Mr. and Mrs. James Darby.The it's a welcomed in the local paper. Mr. and Mrs.will Othar visit Oliver her bro-of The Keystone Indians tallied blocked a punt by Interlach-1; -ChaIrman Fcx: oulored :i letter -

OndaY evening! at 7:30: at the Zowarkas were 'weekend change. I just hope all of you Citizenship and Patriotismwere Berea Ky.sister-in-law Mr.and their seventh straight victory en's Ken James setting up written ,to Gov. Claud:
lubhcuse. All bridge players had of heating fuel. emphasized throughout the ther and first and 10 on the R 1rQs..25 Kirk
,guests of the Darby's. < plenty Ernest Bartlett Friday. as they handily took the horns h-formlnsr him that two
Mrs.
[interested in Joining the group Mr. and Mrs. Buster Alk n Tuesday morning my mother entire program. club or organization that off the Interlachen Rams in yard line. Steve HcptiHHall letters pre"'ClII.1Yfte1''! by
are Invited to attend. If ycu Cricket Grandmother Cope- Boys In the school who are Any (Junior End) took a pass from
entertained guests this weekend to give Thanksgiving a 23-6 War-party last Friday the City to Gf&F: m'irolorn: a -
are in need of partner be sure : at their home on Lake land and I picked up Katie members of the Cub Scouts and plans baskets to away needy familiescan night. Keystone's 320 yards total Quarterback Donny Baker two cials concern'nir'! : wee Is along
to contact Mrs. H. T. Dent at daughter Boy Scouts wore their uniforms. plays later for a 25 yard scoring ,
Gereva. Those who came fora Howard and her contact Mrs. Byron Court- offense was led by Joe their! track had gone un.in:\ '\vcred. -
473-4336. Sh-e) is maintainingweekly !A weekend visit and! to attend Kathy Craword in Starke, and About thirty students Education of Dr. ney for names of needy families Moore with 135 yards.Jack Win- play. The extra Keystone's point attempt .
: roster of bridge players took Kathy to the doctor In Marian Young's with 90 yards includinga failed and
'
'the Georgia-Florida gams: I Florida In this area.DUPLICATE gate -R'gl"tl'OU":1 bock werepurged
of the half.
into
Class at the University lead lasted
"TEEING'who are lnnj) pd of a. *pa'-tn* ***r. C Sudod( ""-Mi-a.."Aiken's brotbir .'? Gainesville. We then went to visited Melrose Elemen- 15 yard Touchdown sprint, 6-0 The second Indian scoring removing i1: nnmos:
OFF!f Mj.3aul .' Wllllston\ where Grandmother BRIDGE in 11 carries. This. combined from the list
:and sister-in-law Mr. and School Thursday. They threat bit the dust as Ron Strick of QU.1t.fle.:1: vot
The ladies: of 'the KeystoneWoman's : J. Drvis, Col. and Mrs.! Copeland saw her Doctor tary brought many new and enjoy- Duplicate Bridge winners last with 5 completed passes by land's field-goal attempt from

Golf Associat'on had Harry McDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. and we all ate dinner with my able teaching experiences with week were: Mrs. A. E. Bach- Quarterback Donny Baker

their weekly tournament on Jack Davis Jack: !was a former aunt Clara Sullivan and her them for the students. They mann and Mrs. W. J. Grollck spelled victory for the fighting 45 Keystone yards out came failed.out ready for

Thursday morning. Nov. 8. football player for the University daughter, Mary Stegall. Thurs- will return again Thursday. 1st place; Mrs. C. W. Hardy Indians. action in the second half tallying ers.KEYSTOW

Both the 9 and 18-hole competitors ed) Georg'a!' ), all of Doiiglaa- day night, my parents James There are currently three and Mrs. Phil Kromer 2nd The firs scoring war-path for 17 points 14 of which came !

participated in an "All ville Ga.. and Robert Menzenof and Cricket, visited a cousin Interns at Melrose Elemen- place; Mrs. B. A. Allen and the Indians came after a slow In the third period. Jack WUv

Irons" Tournament Atlanta. and family Buddy and Merle tary School. They are working Mrs. E. B. Goes 3rd place; start, and was completed half- gate took the second Indian T.u.:

In the 18-hole group, Fran MISS FOX HONORED Ellis in Gainesville, and got with Mrs. Parr Miss Ben- Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs. F.T. way through the second quarter In on a sprint from 15 yards

Chessngton! was the winner WITH BRIDAL SHOWER some fresh oysters. Bobby Hogue 4th place. Keystone's ever tough defense out Joe Moore then ran in for HEIGHTSDIRECTORY

followed by Mildred Sutton. Bride-elect Miss Jac'ds Fox. Land, who\ married my cousin set up their first scor- the -pointer, making it 14-0.
Vesta Aiken had low putts for :whose marriage: will be an Brenda, visited us last week bless and keep you all. Leeon BAKE SALE ing opportunity when they
the9hole has a me sage concern'ng' thereat There will be a Bake Sale Hakr
the day Alice Nibert won event of November 22. was honored end informed us that he is Quarterback Donny
competition and: Jc-an starting a milk route down Revival we had at Hampton at the Melrose! Post Office Saturday raised the score to 20-0, justa
with bridal shower given
a : -
Wright had low putts In the by Mrs. James Zowarka and! here, which started last weak Baptist Church' recently.So Nov. 22 at 9 in the morn- NEWS NOTES few minutes later going In

same division.ST. If would like to have dairy \ here's Leson. ing. It Is being sponsored by on a sneak run for 1 yard. BEAUTY SHOP
Mon-
Mrs. Les Stephen en you
8 Belea )!4aa
WILLIAMS'The ; LEEON'S CORRNER members of the Melrose Ele- However the Rams butted the
products delivered to your
Nov. 3. The forty
day evening
St. William's Altar Society were invited to call at door. you can contact him at "Revival"We mentary P. T. A. Those members Indians right back as Quarter- KEYSTONEBEAUTY
guests had a Revival at Hampton who would like to con- back Curtis West let loose wittt
wilt have their regular! which toll free.
481-2068 Is
,
Mrs.Zowarka's .
the appointed hours at FELLOWSHIP CLUB
tribute baked goods can con- "Bonb" to Stancil
Baptist. SHOPEDITH
a 55 yard
monthly meeting' on Monday Tinki and Pat Fillmon and *
is too
home Lakevlew this Issue
on Although
cact Mrs. Leon Duncan. it 20-6.
And
we had souls won to the Maxey making
morning.' Nov. 17, In the Par- Drive. daughters of Tampa were late for the luncheon meeting of the JOHNSON Owner
Lord.I The final score game
ish Hall at 10 a.m. The hostesses presented Miss weekend guests of Pete and know for that Dr. John M. A. C.Mrs. this advance notice is in regard came with around 6 minute Personal and Creative Hair Styl-

On Wednesday::! evening Nov. Fox and her mother. Mrs. Joyce Barton and son George. sure Maud Watkins was guest to plans for the Christ- left in the as RonStrick- ag Every Form of Beauty

19. following the mass. th. Everett R. Fox. with green or- Mrs. D.W Carpenter spent Was Hull. speaker at the regular monthly mas Party on December Il. land saved game face by booting a Culture Tue ...sa&. 9-5: closed

Catholic Council will have a chid and white carnation cor Friday In Starke with Shirley His Word.sent by God to preach meeting of the Melrose Act- Tentative plans are in the 23 yard Field-goal raising Key !W0D aJr'. /}

meeting in the recreation area. sages. The guests were received and Dolph Reddish and chil- Ion Committee. She gave a talk making and were discussed at stone's lead to 23-6.
;JU1.members are encouraged to by Miss Fox, her mother dren. She was visiting: Mr. and For God so loved this world, about the food program at the the November 13 luncheon, and To show the hard-hitting cal- BUILDING MATERIAL
He
,ttend. and the hostesses and then invited Mrs. David Reid and sons in had mercy on sinful men. school and how the school is will be announced soon. ibre of this game an Inter- HARDWARE
.. The Altar Society lad'es were Jacksonville, Tuesday night And He called< preachers every- meet the nutritional
Into the party room!!. striving to lachen player received a broken
Hostesses for A reeep'lon hon. 'which were appropriately dec and Wednesday.Lou where. needs of the students.M. EASTERN STARA leg in the opening moments of BROOKLYN

poring Father Klncald: on Wet! orated for the oc aslon. Miller, Cricket Chltty To tell us how to del l with A. C. has launched their special program and courtesy the game. Out sympathies go out SUPPLY HOUSELumber

:JJnesday; evening. The hostes-es presented Miss and Margaret Robbini attended sin. program to collect toys for is being arranged for the to this brave competitor.
,. Fox 'With arttlficlal a Workshop at the Melrose Dr. Hull preached the Word needy children for Christmas. Chapter Meeting on November Plywood Builder's
-: an arrang3- Homemakers Club in Melrose Against rin, both near and far Boxes have been placed in the 18. This will be the tenth anniversary Coach Roy Bayless made' Hardware Roofing Sheetrock
SEETbeJPaint ment and tray as remembrance -
,(0 a spice last Thursday Plans were An* if you will Just listen, Melrose Post Office the Key- of the chapter and char- these comments after the game.. Paneling Paints Insulation
of the So'1.Mlsse'I .
.. : occ You can see just how lost ter members will be specially "Our Backs ran good tonight, '
People made for a Christmas Bazaar you stone Post Office and Fords Tools Electrical &: Plumbing
(0. Tlih! and:! B'jzzy' Zowarka and Joe Moore had 130 yards, and
also Past Matrons
.. and Bake Sale to be held Dec. are, Grocery store. Any good or honored, Supplies.
asssted! their mother and:! Mrs. Jack Wingate was next with
,. 13 at the Homemakers Club But praise Ood for sending MaSon repairable toys that are do- Past Patrons There will be a Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone,473-4886
(0 Stephenson in caring' for the 110 yards total. Also our block-
Memorial Service for departed
1
Moore nated will be appreciated. New
Office In
.. guests. and the U. S. post ing was good especially Rick
,. An attonement for every One. toys will also be welcomed.The member at this time.
Melrose.
,. .PAINTS HOSPITALIZED ey Parades. MY defense;! was CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
And if you will accept Him, organization also agreedto
,,. George Shaeffer: and Ernest Jack and Lou Miller attended COMMUNITY CHURCH tough againe&\ 'by:'Chipper
The life-and-death battle will send $40.00 for the UNICEF
.. Tomes entered the Veteran the Keystone-Interlachen Hague who made 16 \Tllts5isted -
.. CENTRAL PAINT Area. Rev. Thomas Geyer Methodist -
.be won. offering from the Melrose
Football Game in which Keystone and s..w.Mi."Two
tackles
Hospital In Galn-svlHs this minister of Melrose wasa CONCRETE PRODUCTS
.- STORES, INC. week for surgery. George La- came up with a 23-6 vie You don't have to be a loser. December The next meeting 2 In the will Melrose be held candidate preacher last Sun- defensive ends, Steva Meptln- CALL OR SEE
while visiting Jack's aunt All you need to do, is open stall and Joe Moore were goodat
: 634 NW. 13th STREETGAINESVILLE Rue is also a patient in the tory. heart's door. School auditorium. At this time day. On November 16, Rev. Edward's Building
your
and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Char- rushing passing.
,
VA hospital. They all have the Next Page)
Continued
will work to repair ( on
members
: Just put trust in the Lord Indians totaled
les Pitchford. your Statistically the Supply Inc.
good wishes of their friends.
PHONE 370-1281 Jesus toys collected in their toy drive. ,
Len and Linda Swearingen Mrs.) Julia McGollie is in charge history by having been there. : 726 S. MAIN 372-1844
a- and daughter. Tammy Lynn And be victorious for ever- Passing: Baker completed 5
of this meeting. Mrs. W. O. Preston was in Gainesville, Florida
more. for 90( yards Rushing: 230
the
Jacksonville
of spent
THIITII-WlIy JI Is How To weekend ,with his parents, Fred I thank God for calling Evan MELROSE WOMENCELEBRATE charge of the program and Introduced yards. Punts: 6 averaged 36

and< Vera Swearlngen. gellats, the guest speaker. yards. First Downs: 11. 90yardslost NURSERY

Get There! Well, dear friends, I guesswe've Like John Hull who. Is one of 75thIt remembering Hostesses for the luncheon in penalties.The .
was a day of were: chairman, Mrs. Murray Indians' loss was the
the best. only O.C. Carnes Nursery
crossed the river, and It'stime of
for of the members
many Mrs. Steve Sashoff
: | That same God sent His Son Slpprelle; season opener. and they now
,' to say farewell So until Woman's Club as
the Melrose
Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Robert Clare, 7-1-0 Season Record, Thousands of plants
to Save sport a
-p. oing: in the next wek. "May the good Lord 1 F And! is waiting YOU,, your heart to they Tolles listened of Keystone to Mrs. who Fremont was Britton and Mrs. K. War- as well as leading in the dls- Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

:' _ right direc- Mess. the guest speaker. She talked ren.The next meeting will be margin.trick race Keystone by a comfortable travels to Evergreens

: ,.- lion on the of Melrose Camellias & Azaleas
Can 'about the history held November 19. Major Mayo this week, seeking their
: ; right road is you ,... and how the Woman's Club fit Charles Geltz will be the guest eighth straight victory. Mayo :MOST ALL IN CANS

: basic to getting eaf all day ." ..... into that history.She also talked speaker and will talk about dropped a 19-0 decision to Cross PLANT ANY TIME -

: :: where about the clubhouse which is trees. City last Friday night.
EXPERT Beautiful Roses -
In the
: you want togo cincl still loseweight9 4 one of the oldest state
.
__ Tree Surgery LandscapingPhone

: T..........., Decorations for the celebration 659-2165
T,..,...,,.. followed the 75th anniversary KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN THEATRE
; If your destination is financial security, the 'nn.aP. theme. A large silver 75 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

: surest way to get there fastest is via a savings account .S _Me.Orindl".... was mounted in front of the FRI.-SAT.-SUN. NOVEMBER 14-15-lf I>> Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome
Stwp .
In this bank. Every deposit la another milestone ",.el".a C.bhn5 room above the speakers table. -

: in the RIGHT direction. Further speeding c..lI,......1. Seventy-fifth anniversary

,; your progress Is the liberal interest now paid onsavings EVERY JOBC..pl.t.ly'nlu.d napkins were used with the The explosive' story of a guy.with a guitar. and GUTS ,S. E. McKAY, REALTORSenior of

Start NOW! luncheon before the meeting. Member Society
here. moving '
Vche
: %
S.t.I.tllen! Gu..n'... Special guests at the meetIng Residential Appraisers
'. 'm.n'PI. were Mrs. C. J. Yaudes Mortgage BrokersWe
) F
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Is Ready For You JI..Ir.bl.SAPP'S. District Director of District JNASHVIUE R R FI Help You Finance

and Mrs. Williams. District Trailer lots $500. fpTh3
EVERY TUESDAY 5. tfrsSfy) 11 L U mm L
:
: Member F.DJ.C. Kevston Height, Fla. Secretary; both of Inverness. Best In Lake Front
9:30: A.M. & 7:00: P.M. iRIS SU.GIONS Also present was Mrs. John .TECNNlCOt0I4CNISC0p[ Homes. Acreage, Rentals

.1' Tour Fricadly Bank la Your Friendly Keystone Heights 2025 P4.w.etIi 5.. S.; Gainer, who has been a Mrs Melba Ilgen Associate

Parish House & : 3761:16QAlllllvlL + member of the Woman's Club Office 173-4818
Community." St. Anne's J : Loretta Lynn Tex Hitter Ferron Young Keystone
: number of
I % for the most years. Home 473-4710 473..j811RAPII
h. 47.1-3163 473-3151 ...
a _! I She remembers much of the !

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Ten Thousand thc pl'lmlll'yobJecUvc of aiding Blanding Leads
{ r mon in the industry where
NEWS NOTES Hunters Take long hauls require two drivers
In Deer Kills
to the truck
By Helen Else 163 Blanding Deer

Another early enrolie Is Cliff An estimated kill of 682 deer uJ

From Preceding Pace Sheffield, of Jacksonville: whose and! 103 turkey was made dur
More thAn IP.dOO hunters father Is owner of Sheffield: Milk;
nine days of the
KissIinR. retired pastor of hap: checked in'o' the Camp Transport Co. "I wanted toy ::970eaea.son in Florida nine
Riverside Presbyterian Church BlaiirtniR WILT Life !Mannsc-( learn all phases of the business. 1
Jacksonville. will be the candii nvr-nt AI'rIn the first nino __ ." he said: in explaining his iNoitheast region wildlife! : to man.COMPARE ANYWHERE!
according
agement areas,
i i date minister.The day of the current hunting! reason for taking l the course
first fall general meet- season wi.h n reported kill of Game and Fresn! Water rash

ing of the Church Women was 16.1: dear: since: November 1. ( )' Equipment already on hand Commission.
held at 1 p.m. Monday, !Nov: 3.Mrs. Good hunting was reported for use In Instruction includes Camp Blanding: was largest STEAK
Turknett, president, each producer of deer kills with 76.
Roy in the still-hunt area north of three semi-tractors, one
opened the meeting with pray- Highway 1C( this week, with r White. Dodge, 'and Mack; two L aareasa for the reROUND
s ier and congratulated the wo- seven deer taken: there 'Mon- flat bed trailers! one tanker, spective : AucllU,
men for the fine attendance. day. I q A stake body truck and a van deer, 20 turkey; Camp Bland
Older members living in out- Th kill report on other game: type truck' ing. 76 deer, (closed to turkeySIRLOIN; LB 9.
side areas enjoyed the opport- Gulf Hammock 57 deer, .
unity of attending as driving nt BlnndiiiR ihroiijrh Norcnrber Pictured on opening day of the new Commercial Field work (Including basic key; Lake Butler, 45 deer
1! at night compels them to miss 9 was! : 13 hCJ!fox. 34 qUl squirrel l.lt! i Vehicle Driving Training course are (from left) driving skills, handling of equipment (closed to turkey hunting);: T-BONE
33
many meetings. cat squ'vrel rabbits Thomas E. Allen. Cliff Sheffield, Mrs. Dell Gilbert, yard tests various. trans Lochloosa, 10 deer, (clcsed to
and 13
Mrs. Walter Grolick, pro- The dove season will reopen Roger Skelton, and Millard Brown evening trades missions etc.) Is being given on turkey hunting); Nassau, 26coordinator
gram chairman, introducedMrs. ; of the Vo-Tech Center. a large paved area at Camp deer, 6 turkey; Osceola, 27 lb. 35C
Saturday. FRYERS
Nettle: Sdtchberry, who Blanding, since adequate paved deer (cosed to turkey hunting); .
led the devotional with membership space Is not available at Stelnhatchel' 35 deer. 17 tur-

participation. fifth our campuses In tur Commercial Driver Training the center In Starke. The courkey, and Tide Swamp, 5 d-eer CEDAR KEY LB.
Mrs: J.H. !';eale, of Faith mail the Christmas holidays sealso includes class-room work and 3 turkey.

Presbyterian Church, was pre- thi. year can he more accur ,and night highway\ had most
actual day Squirrel hunters
Grolick and aldv'dncrlhf'd Course Starts at Vo-Tech FRESH MULLET
Mrs. 19C
sented by .' as a ceasethe. driving, and actual! driving la successful hunting in the Aucllla -
spoke on the deplorable condition -
traffic Gulf Hammock and Stein-
city ,
: of housing,hunger, drugs,
and general poverty which is the home of Mrs. Thomas Gre- The Bradford-Un Vo.catlonal.Technlcal the trucking indus to meet Participants i must bs 21 years hatchee areas, according to the FRESH
) TrainingArea Centhe need for drivers and, Game Commission.. Estimated
prevalent "in our own backyards gory. and must meet driver
,
SIDE
: .* From an historical ter launched its new Commercial fONumbered cost of operations.of requirements age of the Division of from the nine areas was better or SHOULDER lb. 49c

standpoint, she noted that there DECEMBER BAZAAR Vehicle Driving; course among the fist en- and the Florida than 6,000 for the first .nine

I I is a trend toward keeping stores Mrs. Alec Gautn, general -Monday, making It the first rolees is Mrs. Dell Gilbert, of 'Public Transportation Service Commissiondays. SMOKED BACON - 59C
open on Sundays, but when the chairman, has announced the vo-tech center in Florida to Tampa, a 50-year-old grand hunters are also
t Spaniards turned Florida over menu for the December 3 Bazaar offer such instruction. mother, who taking the cour.so The Commercial Vehicle lagHog with an estimatedproduc: kill FRESH

to Gen. Andrew Jackson, and Luncheon which will be ; to( : -who Training Program Is the result of 327 hogs reported from the

laws were set up, Sunday clos- served, from 11:30: a.m. to 1:30 The six-weeks course, with a. team with her husband, ; .of cooperative effort between Aucllla, Gulf Hammock. Nassau ..,HAM or BACKBONE. lb. 59c
i i ing was established as a law p.m. in the Educational build- registration fe of $100, U being 'has been driving a truck for the Florida Department of Ed. and Camp Blanding areas.Ameiican .

i i of the new state. ing. The Bazaar opens at 9 taught by Thomas 30 years. ucation the Florida Trucking

I' Mrs. Bert Christoffers, Welfare a.m.d& frt \'About 7 p.m. len, of Leesburg, EdwardRoger Mrs Gilbert said she decided Association, the Bradford Coun e e e MEAT.
Chairman, reported on thei Lumjiapn i ScKfts are availableat Skelton of Jacksonville, who: to take the course because her ty Beard of Public Instruction SUUIVANS'
committee's service to the $1.25 for adults and 75 cents have many years experience children were all grown and and the Bradford-Union Area children ate bigger MARKET
young people who lost their for children from Mrs. David In the trucking Industry. Both away from home, and sh! want Vocational-Technical Center and bsttronl gClldIbhdn, thenfathers -
mobile home and truck in a Nelson: or any circle member. plan to move their amlllsa ed to be with her husband who ) are ofuing
afire j recently. The refugees of The menu will be chicken salmioa to men Starke in the near future. drives on long hauls to all parts :) muscle: in the war of HWY. 100 /MILES; : SOUTH OF STARKEof
Camille had almost depletedthe lettuce cup corn and country, Such husband: Tilly Is sorry about the cclamates. .\- the generations because t the ,
I Welfare Committee's supply peas\! spiced apple rings, home- held eight hours arid-wife the teams are not uncom- 1 She says its not often neat batchill be bigger than

I of clothing. Two daysafter with cherry topping. ,per day, fiveare a week, with you find something than they ate.
the meeting, a large family Mrs. Barry Wyman appealsfor _bad for;you but not fattening _-
I(was found in need of warmi volunteers to care for the -

clothing, food, and medical at- nursery for small children.
I tendon. They live in the Hill- Please call her at 4734956and CARL BEGGS

I crest area, having moved here tell her the hours you
i recently from down state. Any- can work. Gulf Service

;tone interested in helping this Members are usged to assistin USED PARTS

;!'family may contact either Mrs. completing articles at the .. Top Prices for Wrecked Oar

i Christoffers or Principal Ry- last two Workshops on Nov- --'-_ ._..01- _..... '__ __ .I 24 Hour Wrecker Sen10e
!ider of the Keystone School, or ember 19 and 26. Mrs. Esther -.- -
!the County !Nurse.; Krueger, chairman of the I -. Fuel Oil -

White Elephant Committee, appeals Used Cars -
;.CIRCLE MEETINGSThe to donors tti have theartl- MEN: WANTED Laundry PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaners re- 1 1I Hwy 301 N. Waldo
I Circles will meet at 1:30: cjes clean, and to hold them CLASSIFIED! AD RATES worker, Kitchen aids laborers cond.Honed: $15 up. 10 different I 4681998GAINESVILLE
E. LaRue
,on Movember 17 as follows: at your homes until December cottage parents, watch- NEW AND USED __ name brands to choose from. George
Mrs. W.F. Wilson's at the U when they may be taken to Up to 15 word ____.- 1.30 man, cooks and clerks ground- SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Parts & excellent repairs all INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
home of Mrs. George Crago, the educational building. This (Minimum charge)
keeper, truck driver. Five & Shallow Wells makes Watson's House of Fire HomeownerLIFE
Nelson's Point, with Mrs. Hazel committee is physically unableto day week, eight hour day. Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main: Gaines- I
Each word over IS __ .07 I 1
Clark 1 1 ;
as co-hostess; Mrs. store articles In their own & ACCIDENT
Ctate retirement, vacations, Expert Service On vlllo 3767110. tfchg I'
Ralph Barker's will meet at homes, and space is limited at 473-4692
Extra charge It not sick leave.If Interested please Keystone Heights
the home of Mrs. Bessie M. until All Makes
thajeducatlonal building paid In advance __.. .35 apply in person Personnel "World's Easiest I
Bower; Mrs. William Beam, after-services on November 30. Plumbing Service T
Sunland TrainIng of
Manager Method
Sr. Circle will meet at the Phone 964.7061 MEN WANTED Men cottage H
home of Mrs. S.E. Kennedy with PERSONALS Memorial., Resolution Center, Gainesville! Fla. Active Exercise" parents age over 21. Startingpay E
Mrs. Beam as co-hostess; Mrs. Mrs. Robert Dodd entered An equal opportunity employ DURRANCE PUMP The Fabulous $329 month, promotion opportunities
7 cent per word er. AND SUPPLY --TO. IN
Fred Smith's Circle will meetat Baptist J-IospitallnJacksonville and regular Increases
home of Mrs. A.B. Watson lastfilVd5ka.Word tfr.hg In pay. 8 hour day 5 E
INSURANCEAT
with Mrs. A.P.Hallman as co- has been received that CARDS OF THANKS REDUCED RATES urn GYI dny week, sick\! leave, variations W
hostess. The Morning Circle Mrs. Margaret Howe is Improving .___ SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic state retirement. If Interested,
BO words !less 3.CO
or AUTO FIRE, BOAT
will meet at 9:30: at the homeof from an attack of shin- Letters & Numbers for Interior please apply In person Personnel

Mrs. L.C. Gayle on Brook- gles at the home of her sisterIn Each word over BO __ .07 and exterior use. All sizes, co DOYLE E. CONNER For HomeDemonstration Manager, Sunland Training Cen
lyn Bay Circle. Nlghtengales Buffalo, N. Y. lors. Bradford County Telegraph INSURANCE AGENCY ter. Gainesville, Fla 1F.I
meet at 7:45 at the home of Correction (repeat):It is Mrs. tf tong Call An equal! opportunity\ employED -
Mrs. CH Donohoe with Mrs.A. Marguerite Grennan who has OFFICIAL 782.3277
Mannering as co-hostess. moved to 515 Seminary, Spt INSPECTION STATION PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to BAIRD tf chg \ pro E
Rebeccas meet at 8 p.m. at 1501 B, Rockford. Ill. 61100.INVENTORY ( Open Dally 8 A.M. -5:30: P. M. $625. Take the drudgery out I R
Except Saturday 8-12 NoonHILL'S of paper work.-Bradford County Mobile Homes DID YOU KNOW It's easy to WAINWRIGHT I

-- - - GARAGEKeystone Telegraph tf NEW and USED own a Longchamp Home? AGENCYFor
Better bunt tor F" >r4a; IJv-
COOK WANTED 810.12 Wide All Your
Heights Good pay
1 Ing. Your plun or ours
.CLEARANCEDURING Telephone 473-4485 apply In person. Longhorn Restaurant Gainesville Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- Insurance Needs

301 South. tfchg Good Quality ford :064i' ; Specializing in
FOR RENT: TV seta baby Mitchell, phone S. E. 2nd Ave &
,
Reasonably Priced 8351 (O Box :3SB!: ftarketf Mobile: Home Insurance 2nd Street
beds elec. guitars, amplifiers, FOR SALE2 bedroom home.
I refrigerators: day or week. DA- Large kitchen and living room, Gainesville! 378-2785 I : 'a Ph. Starke 964-6818 Near Post Office

HMER'3. 9647923. tf-chg tHe bath hardwood floors, carport ervlced, Guaranteed and Open 'Til. P.M.
and porch on nice corner Delivered In Starke Area WANTED: Used WringerWasher. i
: : JIMMY; :MOORE'S Will pay cash or take In
I lot: 4400. Phone 964-7582, NO EXTRA COST .
iller mornings trade on nnj thing. DAHMER'S.
Slit Brown tfchg US 441 N. 4502 NW nth SUN SPORTSMOORE tfehgWILL
!Pfi4-7923.
,' BUYING
"., SEWING MACHINE Cleaned: Gainesville 378-1785
I ".".., oiled and adjusted In your BOAT TOR BUY: Used\ Appliances,

home, 300. Vacuum cleaner ANTIQUES bought and sold YOUR MONEY i Furniture TV's. Stereos, any-

I repairs also. All work guarante.eS. furniture refinished uphDlsterng : Stnrke Ph. 004591'Complete thins of value. DAHMER'S.SUPER LAND

Volkswagen : Dennis E. Cogglns Phone cabinet work" antiques restores STICK Vinyl Plastic:
Outboard & Stern
: : 4311428. tfchg t3: orlg'nnl' bsauty.: CI1 Drive Service a 'd Rep'Ur.! L 'lel'S. all sizes, colors. Perm- I Dixie Land Co.

I MONTH OF New Used R1i. FOR SALE-1964 New Moon C. E. Jackson: nn Wart !Mad- Comp'ets! FI'l'rgt.IU! Repair! f. for:: use on wood:: glass,I
Sale. Service Mobile home; furn.; 60'xl0'jexpandable ; C U s t 0 m-.iLllt' : Fiberglass plast'c ra-'er I
I NOVEMBER llv-rm.: 3 bcdrm. Flslil-g: Boats 'NYTHiyo1' -Bradford Countyiyiop"'nnh
: 1 MI. North of TIre Man ; FOR SAT..E3 bedroom brlcXhome tf St. Marys, Ga.
OAiNESVILLEHAS 1 1-2 baths, central alr-cond. & fam'lv room:: 1'a bath ....-+.e.s.ww.
I Ucht
heat. Reasonable. 964-7627 w-w carp-ting.:! : f;rc':t yard BUY SELL. TRADE: Used FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bed- I

: 3Tchg. 11-20 i central hrat-a'r. Phone: 964- Furniture, Appliances Toys.Tc ,I :room trnllrr outside city limits. REDUCE safe and fast with
12 WIDE 2 BB : 5115. 4tn 1113FAYFS1 !s. WlnVaerly's Trading J. B White. 9fi4.6114. tfchari GoBsse tablets and E.V.ip
FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse Blvd., I "
Andrews Drugs
FABRIC3Fil' qualIty Post 7434 B'.andlng! .vate- pills.
I ; 3 bedroom 1 bath, central Opportunity! Jaclwnvllle Uchllf i WANTED: LISTINGSI IQtp 11-20
heat It alr-oondltlonlng. Corner dress, drapery, upholstery I I On Home= and Aerene.: Buvers .,
I If self-star m-terial. Notons! mill end", '. Strout Realty, Reg. WANTED
I II lot. Phone 964-5367. tfcg you are a 'aUI ?: SILVER COINS --
ter, responsible aggressive sC3ns. Metal zlpps" 10c t, I I 'r3:-;k?r 2117 N. Temple Ave. I! 1964 or older wort 20r mOl'ethan
$ .00 SEARS and hard 30c. Week days 10 to 6; Fri ph, 054-6609/ Starke, Fla. face: value Coins In ex-
I 2995 working, the opportunity day, Saturday 10 to 9: Sunday I tra good condition worth more
I II II for advancement! 1 to 6. On 301 Pia miles North! <;:F.1'GIACIIINES: : Bring them In today. Bulling-

,,' I and earnings Is unlimited of Waldo on 301. tfchg MARY I IL rnn:\ "t L"l!! l ctlons from which tin 9647271. trc'tl
EVERYTHINGSTARKE with out compa- t, chocs Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco,
I I N ts*' Home. Si Universal. FOR SALE Lawn mower
I I A lZ Homes Reduced; I ny.Mobile Home Industries WELDERS CARTERPAINTS REPAIR ALL MAKES. blades: ard accessories; at disc

Inc.. the nation's prices. Homelite!: chainsaws new
I National Sewing
larilest! mobile hone) and used: Joe's Saw Shop.
I This Month: !' I Phone 964-6848 dealer, ha* an Immediate NEEDEDWith Mach'ne Co. Homelite Sales and Service! 301
I sales position I SouthStarke, phone 9fi- -7.>80.
opening In the Starke 611 W. University Ave. 373-1355 4tp 11-t3

: REGISTER FOk FREE I FOR RENT Kingsley Lake area.Contact Aaron I Some Experience !02 E. Itrownlee St. 0r'i.ECh'ckan" fertilizer., FOR RENT-2 bedrcom concrete

New brick duplex apartments. APPLYIN slDiilt Clean out ser- block house, unfurnished.Call .
Phone 964.5391 or 9647788. Mer- Guthrie Jackson : PERSON : f.".' tvpe house, W A, 964.5821, tfcher
I GIFT CERTIFICATES I rltt Williams.! tfch ville Collect At I I..m. ,, 864-6816.) 4tp 11-13

I FOR SALE OR RENT-3 bed- 398-1512 I OWEN JOISTOF

$25 DEPOSIT WILL HOLD THE: room furnished frame house in.

quire City Fish and Meat Market. HELP WANTED: Fun or Pal'ttime.
1 tfchg No experience .necessary FLORIDALincoln TEXACO INC.
MOBILE
HOME OF ,
: YOUR CHOICE : Bobby's Hideaway W a I d 00. CAR WASH ,
LABOR WANTEDPermanent Phone 4689443. 3tchg 11.27 City Road
I. DURWG position, all company benefits,
THIS SALE Starke Fla.
EXCELLENT
I
I minimum starting rate $1.90 per FOR SALE 19 1.2 acres on

I hour. Apply Southern Wood Morgan\ Road with 7-room WE MAKEKEYS
"I II Perservmtr Co., Baldwin. Fla., house. Phone 964.7315. Itp 11-13 WANTED Man to work on BUSINESS

I 8 a.m. 4 p.m tfchg I farm. Must be able to drive
FOR SALE
Pony stallion 18
I I CRESTVIEWMOBILE I FOR SALE 1.8 acres, one mo.( $20 or trade equal. Phone II tractor. J. M. Edwards, Stavke, OPPORTUNITYFOR
064-5403. tfchg
mile from hospital, 279 ft. I 782.3370 Itchg 1

frontage highway 230. Phone FOR SALE Plywood cover LEASE
FOR RENT 2 bedroom
I unfurnished
HOMES I 9647962. 2tp 11-20 : for l"ngVB Ford Pick-up. Excellent -
house 640 W. Gardner Small Investment Required
condition. 964.7163 or
FOR SALE 2 bedroom house Phone 964.5213 for Information. [ CAMPER

FLORIDA MISSISSIPPI WI YyJ 206 N. Broadway St Itp tech 964-6092 Tony Griffith ltp ;;, Paid Training

II FOR SALE New SERVICE Small EUNICE NURSERY 5AU5 i
GEORGIA I By owner appliancesat i
'I 1969 International Cub tractor Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. Satsuma, Kumquat trees with
l'I I with new underbelly mower and Call St. Phone 964-5311. tfchg fruit Pear aid: .shade trees 2920 Waldo Road Phone Gainesville
other extras. Used only 25 hours. Azaleas, Camellias! Ornamental]L Gainesville 376-0691
The Nation's Largest Dealer I Reason for celling- owner mov- 4 Bed Room Frame Dwelling shrubs. Blueberry plants 3 for Authorized Dealer

ing. See at W 115 Sales Locations -' I Sales, LaCrosse. $1,850.00 firm. and sidewalk, private water Hlway 301 turn at sign. Phone "Wheel Camper"

2tp 11-20( supply, cheap electricity, ten 782-3465. lchli Travel Ask For
I 1848 N. Templ.Ave.' US I I Trailers Truck
( 301)) pecan trees, close to school.
Morkt Florida Campers Fold Downs
Ph. 964.1112 I FOR RENT Unfurnished! 4 Offered at reasonable price with FOR SALE Florida 90 straw Ballard
Mr.
AI SALES .A SER.VlCEI Mr. Conam
Aisepl Mgr OrifftsGrlffla 1 or
bedroom house conveniently! terms and cheap Interest. A. J. berry plants Merrill I

-.-... ------ ------- located. 259 North Bay St. tfchg Thomas. Realtor, Tel. 9645701. Loop. 9646767. Itch

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