Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Bradford County's two all-Negro schools RJE
No Phone
CourthouseTo in Starke, and Anderson in Lawtey keep the school

system here from being in compliance with the Civil

Rights Act, in the opinion of HEW's Reviewing Auth-

FranchiseIn ority which has taken exception to the January, 1969

9.M decision of a Federal examiner who found the systemin

Be DeededTo t "total corqplfance."

aaMAk CityNo In an "Order! of Ramand" re- The Reviewing Authoritytook

cevlcd last Friday by Bradford its present action at the

!School Superintendent; :! T. L. request of General Counsel for

franchise exists for the Casey, the Reviewing Authority HEW 'who said that existence:!!

f Florida: State Telephone: Com- vacated the! hearing exam- of all-N>gro schools "par: so" (

School pany to operate within the City :iner's dismissal of the! original Indcates! that the dual system

Board of Staikc, City Attorney George suit brought by HEW against has not bren abolished! In

'Plercs! told the City Council the Bradford School Dstrict: Bradford Ccunty. Ha asked th3

,S y-. Tuesday: night. and remanded the proceedingto Authority to reverse the initial

the examiner for further decision of the examiner: and
Controversy over the county providing housingfor Pierce had: been'!! asked by action consistent with the recent enter ''an order "to terminateand !

Board of rublic Instruction personnel waS! appar- Robbery f Councilman Neil Tucker to give decision In the 5i.h Circuit to refuse: to grant or con-

I ently ended Monday night when the County (Commission his opinion on the parts: of the case of Taylor vs. Finch. tinue the department's Federal

voted 3-1 to give the old Bradford courthouse city charter hat allowed the The hearing examiner had financial assistance" to the

to the School Board. phone company; to operate here. given the county a clean bill Bradford School District!
Trial SetMonday Tucker! ead! then he saw no
Only stipulation in the decision to sell the old courthouse if reason why the City of Starke of) health following a hearingIn Supt. Casey said, however,

reached after two hours it can be sold, and constructa could not : Washington on Nov 7, 1968 that the AuthoiUy's action In
of discussion is that if the new building. operate 1U own phone at which time the county presented remanding: the! proceeding to

School Board sells the build- SupU Tom Casey) figured a r t company. :!! Us "Master Plan" pro- the examiner did: not involve

ing it must remit to the coun- new school administrative But the attorney said the city viding for a NeighborhoodSchool any immed'ate' los of ,funds

ty any monies received in excess building would cost $12 per ordinance:!! passed in August concept for students Inklndergal.tn and that he would: adopt; a

of $45,600. sauare foot now.., Using the :!! through 6th: "wait and see" position, pendIng -
Trial of two Gainesville men, 1958 simply canstlutej an agl'eernent -
Other than that, the Commis- and consolidation of all further
3,800 square foot lltgure given grade, : word from the examiner
Clarence Manuel and Johnny far the t phone company to:
sioners continually made clear, architect Frank George five
students in grades 7-12 at a
Lee London, for the armed rob- use the city's utility poles! fora
School Board can any-
the when school officials -
years ago centrally located "educationalpark"
of service station here perlcd of 30 George Pierce Starke attor-
thing with the old building and thought they would be Included bery a < years.It In Starke.
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the property it desires. That in the new courthouse, is set next Tuesday, Nov. 24, ney who represented! : the School
at 9:30 a.m. Is his "considJred: opinion District at the hearing last
includes tearing down the old the :
Casey figured iitew building
Jail, remodeling, renting, and will cost$45,600. The two men are charged with tgIt's Pierce said: hat: when a company Paper Racks, November, said it li possible!
of $40 from : such: as tIle Florida tate
housing office or agency it the armed robbery that additional hearings might
might desire.any So, when the Commission offered Richard Lee last August 11 at Telephone Company, Is control! Scales To Stay !be set up by the examiner; be-

School personnel had objectedto on a motioa by Com- the Super Test Service Stationat ed by an agency of the State of On SidewalksSidewalk fore further action is taken.

deed the county missioner Ralph Brjan) to allow Walnut Street and Temple Florida, !such as the Florida:
a School Board to the In announcing: Us decision! ,
because it restricted use of the occupy Avenue in south Starke. Public Service Commi.'slsn, that
old courthouse and! to sell it in the displays of mer- the Reviewing Board said: "In
the old courthouse to adminis- A third defendant case, the city is subordinate to the
That Time
trative But the Commission's and keep up to $43,600 of the Mrs. Barbara Jean Mazon, Again stats. The city, t1"a attorney chandise by Starke merchantshas our opinion a firm date must

purposes.vote Monday night proceeds, the School Board accepted Gainesville, pleaded guilty on pointed out, Is created: by a been curbed, Police Chief ,be projected by Respondent!

gives the School Board complete Sept. 5 to the robbery. She is Officials SaysCity charter: approved by Oe FloridaLegislature. Ken Fuqua reported Tuesday ((The Bradford School District)
Question of the housing of under a presentence investigation night to the City Council. in which a phasa-cut or some
control of the old building, ( .
School Board administrative pending outcome of the Now police are having trou- other method for changing the
its sale if the School
personnel has beeN open since ble with merchants who demand character of the
trial Tuesday. RJE and Anderson
Board so decides. school officials learned five "We could not grant a fran that paper racks, scales, and schools
Other action on tap Tuesdayis Pole TaxToHitPublic will be accom
The controverseyover chise to other
five-year years ago it would! not be Included the case of Gary Nelson, some company the flower boxes in front of plashed: "
school officials
housing for to
operate a phone company
in the new courthouseon presently under a presentence the Chamber of Commerce on The Authority objected to
was apparently settled without permission from the: Call and Walnut Streets be
North Temple A-renue. Rea- removed -
with the joint meeting betweenthe investigation for possession of Public Servlcs Commission." the fact: that the Master Plan,
two boards. son given by the (Commission: a still and still apparatus designed as presented at the hearing in
then was that the cost wouldbe the attorney said. Fuqua asked the council what
for the manufacture of Washington "does not indicate
Discussion Monday night centered -
he should do about that.
around just what the old too much. moonshine whiskey and possession definite:!! present plan for everdesegregating
Can the city legally chargethe "I
The Commission at that time I i see no reason carry
of moonshine. Nelson pled ,
building is worth, a questionthat the two all- .
pole that far Chairman ;
agreed to give the School Board ph ne company: a rental Jimmy
not guilty May 12, 1969, but "
decided either schools. The membersremarked
Negro !
was never by -
$30,000 for a new .administrative June Tucker asked? McRae said, and was backed by
changed his plea to guilty
board. An appraisal sev- several other councilmen that It is "highly im
building If aio thing was
eral set the valueat 9, Ye-3 Pierce: said but when Pl'obable"that white stu-
years ago : The Council Nov. 11 any
the courthouse and on ordered -
left after
new Manuel and London were arraigned A $4.50 pole'Tax placed Florida State
$80,000, officials said. per year on one part of the 1958 ordinanceIs : Chief Fuqua to crack dents will ever attend these

The Commission,on one hand, were the new paid agriculture for. Clerk Virginia building Monday, Nov. 10, when Telephone Co. in Starke will force the phone companyto : voided the entire document down on merchandise displayedon schools under the present:!! free-
was reluctant to allow the the Fall Term of Circuit Court ask the Public Service Commission for another becomes suspect. sidewalks.
Darby said Mondainight that )
School Board to control the ) opened here. Both pled not gull- (Continued on Page

sale of the building, althoughit only $1,500 remains in the ty. rate increase, the City Council was told Tuesday- .........--.."... -,

was willing to give the school (Continued on Page Pour) Upon the recommendation of night.

personnel complete use of the Public Defender R. A, GreenJr. Gerald Williams, manager of didn't oppose a "reasonable

building as long as needed. ., the court appointed Michael the phona: company: in thIS charge." lIe said ''the charge BHSGridders To Tackle

School officials, mainly throughthe Guy Andrews' O'Brien, Gainesville attorney, area and a former city council- will ultimately be passed on to

bargaining of School Board and Elzie Sanders, Starke attorney man, tenneJ the new $4.50 pole 'the phone company's custom-

Member Charles Sawyer, held Named To to represent the pair. tax excessive, but said heCancer era.

out for some way to securea Williams appeared: he said, Raiders In Orange Park

new administrative build- to ask if the new tax is a
BCDA Seat charge to the phone companyor -

ing.Only possibility for that,Saw- if the Council had in mind Tornado: griiders will go 00. The Raiders passing attack quarterback he will be replaced -

yer told the Commissioners, st reciprocal pole use agree; after their fourth win at 8 p m, clicked for that big win, at wldeout by Mark Milner.

would be to sell the old court- Guy Andrews, :president of m nt: Toll by Councilman Nell tomorrow night In Orange Park according: to BHS coachas.:!! Other than the possible back-:
Belco Construction Co., has. when they travel to meat:!! the! '
house and use the proceeds Tucker that the levy:!! U a direct BUS Set-Up field changes the BHS line up
been appointed to the Bradford free wheeling Raiders 'who also(
for a new building. charge to th3 phone companyfor "Our defense:!! will definitely will look the same as it has
Holding the Commission back County Development Authority use of ths: city's utility have won just three games. have to contain Brokas and for the past four or five games.

from simply giving the old !by Gov. Claude Kllrk.: poles Williams said It will be the final game of Baxley if we expect to win the Offensively the ''tIght end will

building away was the poss- The appointment: Is effective "If so, it puts us In the unfortunate the 1G9!) season. :ball game" Coach Hurse says, /Ibe Tom Marks the tackles:

ibility that the School Board as Andrews: will 1'IU' : the vac- a a t'om'r \ position of having togo In Orange Park the Tornadoes addlr: : "Thaf.i a big! order: Danny Jackson! and Buddy:

might sell it for less than It ancy left by H. H. Everett of to the Public Service:!! Com- will meet! a fast backfield Brokni. the BHS hen-.li:! coach Kapp. guards Bill B'.iby' and

is worth or either build a new Brooker. Everett's! term recen- ml s'n for an increase in rates and a big line The Raider:!! offense says, will ba one of the finest Ralph Mormn or Ln: Register,
school facility that would cost tly expired and: ha was Ineligible s.-.J Is mush: like the Torna-
i f for Starke subscribers! only." signal cellars the Tornadoeswill ::: end center Tommy Blaclrshaar.Runnin .
more than it should. for reappolntnment: since h* ''does'. They use the !spread face this year. ? back will bo Christy
Tucker said the phone com-
School officials, on the other has moved to Gallnesvllle.! '"e c r4 .lie / pany had: just gotten!! a $112,000per with two wideouts and a, pro Both Dean Johns and Tim Chandler: : l leading! BUS ground

hand, would not agree to a Another new member Is in rate Increase approved offers wth! a strong right or Murphey will ts: reed at quarterback gainer with 468 yards In nine

50-50 split of proceeds of the prospect for the Authority In by year the PSC. But William' left
old building. If the old court- the near future: Jl. 1'. (Jimmy) said: h c'ldn't think It was that effectively and can mount a Johns w.U:! probably! start: but the fullback and Jimmy Alva

house brought only $40,000, Moore has been :recommended:!! it much for subcsribers In Starke, pretty good running game. the man that gets the job done rez or Data; Johns will hold
they reasoned, half of that to fill the vacancy: that will Quarterback Mickey Brokas is will play Coach Hursa has in- down the other haibak.Defsnslvsly : .
Lawty, and Keystone Heights.
would not be enough to con- exist after the expiration of t --a fine football player, according dlcatsd. the eI's: will be
"Our problem, Councilman:
struct a new building. Clyde Terwlllef! -ar's term on to BUS Coach David Hurse, .
Jimmy Bowen said "Is that Murphey tried out at quarterback Marks and Jic'-rscn.: tackles
Chairman Dave Shuford said November 29. Temwlllesar, who little who can PHs and run. The 175-: in the final 43 seconds will: fca Ru.clrh! : Perkins! and
we need to get money
in that case the School Board has served on Hire Authorityfor 'iW'.1ICrusade a !pound senior signal caller Is '
now. This! is way." Bowen last week against Lake City. Bu'dy ftP::: : tin ;,- '. -i-: will b3
could the sale and ona
con- eight years, lid not seek also an excellent punter, aver four
tinue to the old court- said the charge should have He completed three of the BlaskMiPpr! Chandler Morgan
house. occupy re-election. been placed en the phone com- aging over 40 yards! per kick. passes he threw When he isn't and Normin. and tile deep!!

Another backfield( threat Is at quarterback Mjrphey: will will be Mjrphey.\ Mllnar.
Intention of the School Board, pany yean ago and that other men
from Monday's discussion, is City Sued cities' charge pole rental to eenor; running back Gary Bax- !be at split end: for the Tornadoes and: Alvarez, and sophomore
ley who Is fast and can run When Murphey goes to Bernard Brown.
phone companies.:
the football Hurse says. Half-
For "I want position under
Damages my
bask: David Wllford. 155-12. Is'
District II stood," Williams! !: said then he
also fait Full-
a tough runner.
After Arrest reiterated!! that he does not oppose -
back Steve Lewis 150-12, Is
Fashion Show
a poll charge. But he said
email and
but a tough; runner
$4.50 per pole would amount to
Saturday, Nov. 22 A suit for damages has been Officers Named $6,000 per year and th3:!! phone iwlll block. erimer
Split: end Tommy Lane, 180-12,
filed by Franklin D. Sheering company cnn't afford to 'take
Is also fast and the favoritetarget
Agriculture Center and his of quarterback Brokas! : ,
Bradford CountyFairgrounds against the City of Starke and Miss Lillian Stump above years. Since the drive ended, Williams also cited the! pat )
Tijht end: Duster French. 173- ,
James Combs, a !former police has been named: 11)70) president however, $198 more has been cooperation he has enjoyed
12, can catch the football! buthasn't
man, asking four damages In of the Bradford: Chapter received which will be remitted !with the City through Util.Ues
been thrown to as much.
21 Contestants excess of $1,000 'and requestinga of the American Cancer: Society. toward the 1970 Cru;ado. Supt. Oscar Davis. He said
Biggest OP lineman Is tackle
Public Invited trial by jury. She suceeds Buford Mitchell, Seven local businesses and when the city has weeded!! :!!:! a
Glen Pinkston, a 200 pound:
The complaint! alleges that ,above, who ihas held: the pst one Individual were presented pole Davis has been picking it junior. His! running mata at

Turkey ShootSat. on May 7, 1969 Combs arrested for tlC past; : four years. Mrs. certificates for donating: $100 :up from the ph ne company at tackle! Steve Markos. is a 185- ANNUAL COMMUNITY

Sheering for an traffic viola- Louise Kits< was named secretary each to the 19C9( Cancer Cru no charge The phone company pound: junior. Guard Rodney

lion on US-301 awl ihat during and Mrs Maggie Miller\ sade.; Certificates what" to: First had also( been helping maintain -
Is Is
Bridge 160-12. not big but
Nov. 22 1.6
p.m. the arrest the ollceman assaulted was le-oiccted treasurer: Federal Savings and Loan As- the poles and had helped:!! aggressive and will hit.

3 Miles N. on 301 Sheering with a night- The Cancer Society volunteersmet soclaion of Starke, Andrews: change out pales that do not Defensively the Raiders will
Wednesday Nov. 26
stick. last Thursday far a luncheon Drugs, Starke Builders: Supplies, meet sitety:!! sta.ldardJ.IContlnued show both a six and: five man ,
Sponsored By
The complalrrt states that meeting In the Garden Bradford Furniture Corp. 7:30 p.m.
'line. Their basic defense is a
Bradford County Sheering was hospitalized! and ( on Page five''
Restaurant Besides: electingnew Stump's Dept Store, John Tor. 623. much like Palatka and
Volunteer Fire given 'treatment ClItr! injuries re- officers plans were also ode's Shell O.I dealership:!! Slade Lake City. FIRST BAPTIST

DepartmentThis ceived. As a result: at the at- made to kick off the 1970 Can Gas and Fo.stor Shl Smith News Needed Just three Raiders go both CHURCHClark

tack the plaintiff alleges that cer Crusade: : In Bradford: County Starke Mayor Carl Hurst also ways guard Rodney Bridge:

Space Contributed he lost earnings), suffered hand The group agreed to( Invite received! a certificate a.i Us: Early Next WeekThe who plays the some positionon & Jefferon Sts.

Weekly to Publicize leap and incurred medical expenses :- Bib Grieve. quarterback; of the only one of 15; men who collected dens!! Buster' French whois

i Community Events by: his Injuries.in an attempt to cure pro football team the Miami $l5! each from 10 names ho Telegraph will be printedone a defensive linebacker! and The Public Is Cordl.V.y Invited To Join

The complain Dolphins who la airman:: of was given. day early next !week due Steve Lewis, also n llnat::acker. In This Annual Ser Ice Of Praise And
alleges the 1U7U! Florida Cancer Cru- to the
The Thanksgiving holiday The Orange Park defansivs
i Community ] that Combs also assaulted:! Mrs. Trophies and certticatcs were Thanksgiving
sade, to speak here next March Where possible! we would, team is smaller than the offensive -
I State Bank Sheering when she attemptedto 6 to kick off the! local drive. also presented to Richard Jockel. like! : to have items, such as unit. Sr .nsored ByStarke

I Account now Inmredi Intercede. ,The 100! Cancer Crusade Bradford MLlcllo School principal columns, meeting notices, etc. Orange Park has beaten
Sheering: is represented in and Mrs Marilyn Roberts ministerial Alliance
I to 115,000 '! here saw the Bradford Chapter submitted by Friday, Nov. 21. three teams: Live Oak, Green
op by the action '
by John P. Roscowof MS instructor, for theirpart
Federal remit $1,279, which" accordingto Correspondence, general news Cove Springs, and St. Augustine .
Deposit (astir the Gainesville! firm Mrs. Miller, was the lowest in the Cancer Society's Items, and advertisements Biggest win for the Raiders :

anceCOrp. Scruggs. Carmlichael. Tomlin- .amount raised! In the Cancer local production of the play must be submitted as early as was a 30-7 win over Live

son Si Roscow. Crusade!! here In the past few "Pajam< Game! ." possible Monday Oak, a team which tiel BUS t


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Of Interest To. Wedding McMurtrie-Dowling Nov. 26 Bazaar Homemakers; Dec. 6 Club .i21 1 Girls To Compete In District'I: 'I

The marriage of Miss Jamie The Homemakers Club will ; Fashion Show Here Saturday \
WOMENGladys McMurtie Dowling will and take William place Wed.M. sponsor' a bazaar Saturday --- | 1

Dec 6, in the Methodist Fellowship V.

nesday; Nov. 26, at 6 P.M., in I '
the First Presbyterian Church Hall.Homemade. District II composed of 22 14, Green Cove Springs; Sarah John Sanders -of radio! station
soup sandwiches 16 Ocala; WPXE and George Pierce: -t tStarke ;
with a reception following in Central Flor- Ann Guerrero ;
Mooty: Phone 864.7108Episcopal' *'*'' ccum-les in North !!
dessert and drinks will be sold '
the manse next door. ida will present the annual Nancy M. Humer, 16, Keystone attorney.One :
also Christmas gifts decorations Johnson 16. from the Junior! ."
Heights Elizabeth winner
Women i All friends and relatives are "Make It Yourself with Wool" ;
and baked goo s. Elizabeth Bea. Kelly 14-16. and one
r Woman's Club invited to attend1.Hospital Fashion Show on Saturday Gainesville: division ages 7'
Proceeds will go toward furnishing Jacksonville; Susan Kay from the senior division, 17-21. '.';
Promote Singalong 3 in the Agriculture '
Nov. 22 at p.m.
Votes DonationTo : the kitchen in the .', ,
Center (Starke fairgrounds Krelschir, 13, Ocala Sar.slliRaye !! will be selected: to present '
Event TonightThe Library FundThe County Agricultural building. ) b select! two winners Sands: : 16, Macclenny) ; District II in the State Competition .',
Bazaar Nov. 21-22 state competition.Miss Evelyn Welnrpich! 13, Ocala: which will be held Dae- >
Episcopal! ; Women of the rLrHr Starke Woman's Club Beta Sigma Phi for Ch1l'I>otte Suzanne Wrighter,16( ember 6 In Ocala. '
Church were urged to get an"allcut" Bradford! County Hospital 5
toward theBradford The : Morrlston
:;: attendance at their voted to dcnate $100 Auxiliary will hold its Meeting HeldBeta Martha Sue McCain.Dlstl'l ,1':,_;
County Library buildIng t II Director: announced;>' The is co-spon- Winners in ihs State: Cont.petition ", ,.'
covered dish dinner: and .sing-:: Christmas Bazaar on Friday program
fund: \ at its mseting':! Wednes- Phi sorority met National will represent their .v,,J
Sigma following 21 participants: : the
along" Thursday night: Nov. 20. and Saturday, Nov. 21-22 In the ed: annually: by
day afternoon of last week. home of Mrs Wayne the State In the national: event tit ;,r
at their meeting: held Monday the former Pixie Shop on W. at the for the contest!! here: Cecelia! Wool) Growers Assn. and
night at the hems cf Mia. O. L. r dC Mrs. H. C. Ritch. a member Call Street. Among the items! Douglas Monday Nov. 10. with 'Marie Barley: 17, Montlcello!! ; American! Wool Council a Division : Denver Colo. January 22', The ,';"
cf the Library board and a. Mrs. James Norman as co-:: San Mateo Sheep National Junior and Senior y
Jieasley and Mrs. J.V.. Kin- on sale will be holiday cakes Cheryl Danger! 18 : ; of the American :! ,
member of the club requestedthe Winners \\l11e: selec-9.1 at the -\ i
caid. cookies candies gifts; decor. hostess( Pamelia Hill.' 17, Ormond Producers Council: with national -
Mrs Burns gave a report on C donation. Two mew members atlons for table mantel and The group enjoyed a program( Beach: Cndy: HonnoH: 17, Orange headquarters' : In Denver national fashion show to be .1.. .
were voted into the club presented by Jean Morris. Park; Elaine Lewis 17, Cola. held In conjunction with the :;"
the recent meeting Melrsse: tree handmade:! aprons tablecloths
(Mrs. C. G. Hill and Mrs John : After the program refresh Alachua; Carol Ann :Masters annual convention of the Kd "!l'.
which she Mrs. Luclle! and other gift items. (,
and Mrs Clyde B. Tenvillegar 1 l Myer. ments were served by the hos 19, Jacksonville; Linda Jean The contestants selected the tional Wool Growers Asn. 'i.;

Jr., president, attended. The Mrs. Martha Dorko( ( gave Date Set ForGayLewis tesses. She ward, 18, Orange\ Park: fabrics which must bs!! made ',
a program on Home Life The next meeting will be held Catherine Marie Weaver 17 of 100 par cent wool loomed In
five districts have been:! C Jlg-: Prizes for the!! District: II wini: t
with KnightMcCartKyEngagement Improvements: la. lieu cf blissMartha Rites at the home cf Mrs. Carl Johnson New Sm 'I'naIal'cla: Louise America patterns: and tlc es. '
ed to four convocations net's are contributed:! by these
Sue McCain the sche. on Monday Nov. 24, at 8 Wright. 17, Moriiston: ; Barbara sories and constructs: :! their
the same officers terms are Told National firms: Bcnn'e! Be'l
duled speaker, who was ill. Miss The marriage of Miss Geraldine p.m. with :Mrs Grady Over- Anne Beach 10. Ormond Beach; own garments which they will .-
Inc, Cleveland, Ohio
now two yeais. :: : ; :and the 'iButteiick 11'
Delia Rosenberg! a member of street as co-hostess. Crawford, 14. Gainesville : model.
Lewis will Belinda : "
and James
Gay .
birth dates of '
A list of the airs Toby O'Neal and JohnB. Co. Coats & Cttj-k: "
the Florida Colombia Alliance Christine Newell, 16, Contest Judges will be !Mrs.
be event of Saturday. Nov. ;
the children! : of Daisy cottage Kight announce the engagement an Inc., John Dritz! & !Sons Inc.,
discussed her recent trip to 22, at 8 p.m. In the Madison Geraldine Gainesville:; Bonnie! Simmons JoAnn Boatrljht, extension
Sunland Training: Center wi cf their daughter RosieE. and Modes Royale all of New \
Marta Colombia South home economics :\II' '
Santa agent; '
Street Baptist Church with a .
and various members! Richard York.
received: : Kight to James .
America. the Honored At ShowerMiss j
will send cards: each mc.ith.: reception following at
McCarthy son of Mr. and Mrs. '.
The speaker's table and refreshment Starke Golf any:, County Club. .lIir
:Mrs Kenneth Glider suggestedthat : Harvey McCarthy .
table were centered Geraldine Gay bride- -_ w
All friends and relatives are -- = -
the Auxiliary send: a chock!! The wedding will take place
with arrangements of colitis and elect who is teaching in Perry
Invited! to
: ,
rather than gifts to the Episcopal on Feb. 7, at the Heilbronn miscellaneous ,
rose bronze chrysanthemumsfor was honored at a
patients at Chattanjschee Baptst Church.Duplicate. shower Nov. 12 given by Mrs.
the meeting.
since many of the: gifts would Bridge Dinner James Martin of Tallahassee!! i''H !'
not be acceptable. The annual Christmas tea For Mrs. Edwards ,the former Henree Lou Dennis I Excitingzt f
"Work Day" at the Parish Winners Named will be held Wednesday, Dec. of Starke.

Hauls was a big success withMrs 10. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards:! The eight guests were Starke II :
: Grlcler: :Mrs. Wm. Carter Th starke Duplicate Bridge @
Jr. are entertaining a cov- :people who are now living In t iI t
Mr. Davis and Mrs. Staab Club had three tables in playat Junior Club ered dish dinner Sunday Nov. Tallahassee.
participating. Clyde Terwlllegar the Pratt Street t Recreation
23, at their horns in Broker ,, '
donated the services of three Center! Tuesday night. A one- Board MeetingThe honoring their mother Mrs. -
men and Mrs. Terwlllegar sup winner type Howell movementwas Alice RedIck: Edwards' Oath ---=:::. t t 1 1t
plied lu:" ch. The floors: were used and the results were: executive board of the birthday All friends and rela- .
cleaned and: waxed: an the turn 1. Mrs Edo'al'd'Burns and:!! Junior Woman's Club will meat!! Ives are invited to attend.
iture was: painted and re-up :Mrs.: lIarthaIcoe with 25'i Monday Nov. 2-1. at 7:30: p.m. I' t t I
holstered. pts. at the home of Mrs. Leo Ted- Birthday Party
2. Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mrs. der. All board members ale
Ida Mae Shaw 24 pts. urged to attend.A For Don BagwellDonald 1
BIRTH 3. Mrs Lex Green a"d Mrs Narcotics Seminar will be t ; t tt yI
Bradford County Hospital an-
O. J, McGriff Sr., 22 pts. held Tuesday. Nov 25, at the Bagwell! celebratedhis
Mr. and Mrs David Andreuof Scuthslde Woman's Club in 44th Tuesday:! nounces the following births:, '
Therelcly! tournaments: are .
Russell Ray I
Mr. andfl'S. I'
Palatka announce the birthof open to the public and: all Jacksonville: at 7:30: p.m. Any night when his son-in-law. and Thomas Jacksonville a t t II
a son. John Davis on Nov. ,bridge! players are invited to Junior club member wishingto daughter! Mr. and Mrs. John- daughter Kimberly! Sue Nov.
16 in Putnam Memorial Hospital attend.! Lesson-review sessions attend please contact Mrs. ny Johnson gave n party for

Maternal grandmother: Is start at 7 p.m. and the first Kenneth Fuqua. him, at the Bagwell home on 12. William Eddie I i.
Mr. and Mrs. :
,,Mrs. W. E. Dowlinsr cf Starke. round! of duplicate play startsAt Public Affairs chairman Mable\ Street. Cruce, Lawtey a son. Terry I
7:43.: Mrs George Loper! remindsall The refreshment table wascovered
Lee, Nov. 14. '
----------- -- churches that haven't returned -
with a white outworkcloth
Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Emmett
their Bible petition to and centered with a bh.th.day t t
Jones, Ralford a daughter,
AnnouncingTo please do so as soon as possi cake!! decorate:! In the Klmberll Ann Nov. 15. s I S

ble.The hunting theme. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wayne
club expressed: thanks to( The forty guests included
Our Friends and CustomersWE Whitehead Si-arke, a daughter I t tt II
Starke merchants who contri- members of the Colonial Flor- Laurie Ann Nov 17. / I / 1 1 ,,
buted to Christmas packages 1st girls softball: team! of
ARE PLEASEDTo Mr. and! Mrs. James H.
sent to servicemen In Vietnam.!! which Mr. Bagwell is the spon-
Announce These Additions To Our Staff: Hodge Jacksonville announcethe t t ,
sor. I I
birth of a son Timothy :
MARY ALICE James, Nov. 11 in Jackson-
HALL Lewis on :
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ville. Maternal grandparntsare

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.... Beauty Shop, Specializing In Wigs State Farm. ,t p.e /,vI9
And Wiglets Gwendolyn: Lewis, dau- Starke Garden Club will
ghter of Mr. and Mrs Ovid: G. meet :Monday Nov. 24. at 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. Irving! Meres I II I

ROY L. MORGAN, JR. Lewis of Tallahassee former p.m at the home of BIts H of Starke announce the birthof
Starke residents has won the a daughter Berna Jane at
B. Hamilton on S. CherryStreet !
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economics scholarship award. Mrs Hamilton has charge of City on November 9 Maternal:
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Holidays. presented to an outstanding -- Newton N. C. after ten days 1 t i IX t tt
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Miss Lewis will receive!! a Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Robert Harold
& They all visited Mrs.
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and her name en a bronze plaque birth of a son Charlie Robert last week and Mr. and Mrs. 11
S. ::50l North in Sar.dels: Home Economics Grlffls Jr., on Nov. 13 in the Robert Tanner of Baldwin were
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Mrs. Gene Pearson attendedthe Santa <.'I.IU' has .1 happy. f fat eI! ,

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Jacksonville on Sunday. tomes to filling\ tinChri.tm.is I
, Mrs. David Andreu and baby slot hugs|\ and IIH lude it |tir off.u
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Rule Mr. and Mrs. Emory Gay h of
of Clayton, Kan. are visiting Hobbs of Panama City were son of Palatka are spending ( i.il washing\ t ream in eat
" her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Saturday visitors of Mrs. T.D. several weeks with her mo- the tot kuiBs hung\ by .I modern
Davis for two weeks. The Dyal. ther, Mrs. W. E. Dowling. miss, Shell love to have a fateas
Rules and Miss Diane Davis Mrs. Blanche Williams has happy ,is Santa's without the .. ., > ,. :
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moncrief been transferred from Brad- .. .
spent the weekend with Mr. were visiting their children, worry of dryinl"Ollh\ and winter 417z
and Mrs. Herbert Thomas at Mr. and Mrs. Robert UnderiU ford Baker County County Hospital to Home the winds Creasy < reams will he A ... .ii .
their camp in the Scrub. in Melbourne, and Mr.and Mrs. in Macclenny. Nursing thing of the past as she showsto _" \'
I J. S. Walker in Fort Lauder- the world a fate that'sthoroughly
George Larry Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Spen-
dale last week. leaned and romantually .
Jimmy Esstathlon of FSU spent gler of St. Augustine spent the \
". the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. weekend with Lt. Col. and Mrs.V. / soft without soap oren'.lm. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner J. Spengler.Mr. .
J George Reddish.
' Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison were iness in last Daytona Beach on bus- and Mrs. Don Neel and
and family of Leesburgwere week. family were in Cordele, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. George W.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. over the weekend visiting Mr.
Brown attended the House Committee
and Mrs. Earl Smith. '
Henry Morrison over the week-
meeting at the Florida
. end.Mrs.. Corine Purvis of elks Harry-Anna CrippledChildren's Mr. and Mrs. Charles Creech
., Gainesville and Mrs. P.J Lay- Hospital in Uma- and family spent the weekend
tilla on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hodge
field and Mr. Layfield. Jr. of
Fort White were Tuesday visi- and Brown Sunday then spent with Saturday Mr. and Mrs.night and visited Jacksonville before Zoo S/Sgt. and Mrs. Gene Pass What would the neigh-
Saturday movingto
tors of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. in and son will leave today for
Stoner Ocala.
. Herlong.Dr. L. M. their new home in Columbia, Fort Bragg after two months
and Mrs. Barney McRae Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs. S. C. leave.
Jr. and family of Lake City were Thelma Dean of Fairfield and Watersof
Mrs. Danny
I' Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Kate Strickland of Ocala Sp/4 Fort and Riley, Junction City, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth bors if bought a

McRae Sr. and family. guests were Saturday of Mr. and night Mrs.supper J. G. Mr.Kan.,and are Mrs.visiting C.their R. Scoggins parents day flew to to Belleville Thursday, on Mich.businessand Tues- say you

Mrs. E. *F. Miles and Mrs.i Caldwell. and Mr. and Mrs. James Wa- pleasure.
i E. McKinney visited Mr. Jimmy Yawn, son of Judge ters, in Lawtey for three weeks. Gene Ivey Sr. of Tucker Ga.
'r and Mrs. Bill Miles in Val- and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr., soloed pickup truck?
, October 7 in Lacy Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern and J. L. Gentry were
! Ga. Sunday.Mr. on
: dosta on and Miss Louise Stern visited the Waccasassa River last
and Mrs. Carl Sapp Conway's PlperTriPacerAlrplane Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Newbernat Thursday and Friday. Mr. Ivey: _' -
visited her mother, Mrs. Sarah at Keystone Airport. Lake Hewitt on Sunday af- also visited Mr. and.MI'S;'I-
Alvarez in Gainesville on ternoon. vey Jr. while hereWednesdayto "

" Sunday.Mr.. and. Mrs. V. M. Nuttall, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shea- Mrs. H. M. Richarde and Lt. Friday. "Beautiful.
Mrs. Ida Latham and Mrs. Eunice ley of Atlanta were weekend and Mrs. Henry Richarde Jr. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and
I Morris spent last week guests Ritch. of They Mr.all and visited Mrs. H.Mrs.C. had as visitors during last week. daughter, Anne, spent the week- A while back owning a pickup meant were
with relatives in Pompano Eva Whitten in St. Augustineon Miss Margery Averitt and Miss end with Mrs. Margaret Davis ,
Beach. Leona Gautier of Jacksonville and family in Gainesville.Mr. !.
I Saturday. Beach Mrs. Annie R. Norman,
Miss Rosemary Arledge and and Mrs. comer Ferryman either in business or had a farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hiett and of Jacksonville were visit! -
children of Jacksonville, and ing Mrs. E. K. Perryman on
1 SCOTT'SMobile Mrs. Lyle Buck and childrenand Sunday.Mr. Then came shopping centers ranch homes and
Mrs. William Buck of Pa- and Mrs. E. P. Boland
latka. and family of Athens, Ga. spent
: Home Sales Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Richardson Thursday to Sunday with her superhighways. And the new mobile lifestyle.We .
.t made a business trip to mother, Mrs. II. L. Speer.
Thursday and Fri
Sarasota last
. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade
In And See Our Selection day.Mr.. and Mrs. Bobby Craw- attended a reception Sunday at understand the once lowly pickup is now
Stop ford and son of Lake City, the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jack

: -..- 1 former moved to Starke Crystal residents River,where have ing Beattie Miss in Corliss Winter Park Mulllns honor-and something of a status symbol as a practical secondcar.

Mr. Crawford was transferredwith Sen. Tom Slade.

:" i Florida Pest Control. Mrs. Joy Wood of Apopka
"". I Mrs. Lucile Davis spent the visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. .
. past six days with her grand-
: and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, on

'''... daughter Gainesville, Jenifer while Jenifer's Davis, parents in- Saturday.Mrs. ( Take a look at our 1970 Chevrolet pickups.
'.. t p Illali rl Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Frances Stone has returned -
''. .rt> Davis Jr. attended a frater- to her home in Wood-
0 0,, nity convention In San Diego, bine, Ga. after ten days visit You'll understand Better in
,pro Calif. with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk. why. yet, park one your

. Local admittances to Brad- Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Lawson
:.... ford County Hospital this week visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles driveway and see how many neighbors stop by to
.. include: Mrs. Emma L. Mott Lawson in Tallahassee Wed-
.".. and Eugene B. Crosby, Brooker nesday where Charles under-
'. ; Mrs. Susan E. Neumans, went surgery at the Memorial admire it. )
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Enjoy Mobile Home Living ford;;Ernest and Carlton John Guy Jr.,Wynn Rai-, visiting on Sunday. the first pickup owner in your neighborhood. But

Henry E. Grlffis. Mary S.
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mond J. Crosby, Mrs. Aline Odom's Odom
father J. D. Sr.,
Brown, Berry Barnes JosephA. In Lake City Thursday afternoon
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Mr and Mrs. Crosby.Daw-
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Mrs. W. II. Nollman. The Noll-
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much expertise I Is appllej! to the them this building outright you of the commission.Next School Board only$20,000, not Supt.! Casey then came up
Threatened vexing problem: of RJE and BPI To Get will regret It the"rest of your offer, the fourth Shuford one, enough for a new ad building. with his $45,600 figure. Bryan
_ Again Anderson schools a rcmonnblo( lives. I would give It to them. came from Chairman School Shuford said it didn't have to moved the Commission deed
solution can ,bj achieved," the Advise them to sell, and give who offered to give the but be sold. i the old courthouse to theSchool
Authority said. them an acre on the new court- Board the old courthouse But Sawyer pointed out sev- ([Board and if it is sold anything .
If the opinions of the Reviewing Old Courthouse house site to build. to split the proceeds of officials any eral times that If the buildingwere above $45,600 would go
; With NonComplianceContinued Authority are followed: "Let's straighten this thing sale 50-50. School board huddleto sold, the county would begin to the County; Commission. The
out and start it right," Smith at that began to to receive property; taxes vote was 3-1 with Chairman
it would apparently give theBradford It would
Continued Prom Page One) out what
,( the pleaded. figure from it, "which Is more than Shuford asking that his no vote
School District ad-
take to build them a new "
One) Commissioner Zedra Hamil- you're getting now. be recorded. Shuford apparently -
(Continued From :Page choice of getting some white courthouse capital outlay fund. building.
ton stated: "That's why we ministrative What would the Commissiondo felt the Commission should
(students into RJE and Anderson Considering relative worth of officials still held out
plan since they will! be dependent asked the School Board up hereto School with the old courthouse If control the sale of the old
: the courthouse Monday
the old
upon schools by some means for the building with no con- .
thrash everythlnk out and be the School Board didn't want It, courthouse.The .
nrp In nll-Nesro ne'phborhoods.Tluy full! dsegrsition: : of it* systemat or phasing these two plants out night Sawyer siad the buildingto ditions the sale. Chairman'
:; :ackncn-lc-r'-vd: the administrative the earliest: prnctlcabls: completely.The the School Board Is like in harmony. on Hall asked? Sell It? Bryan replied ways of childhood are
Dave Shuford asked Shuford said "It turn It
dlfflciutif involved date," the Authority said an automobile:"What Is it worth Chairman : we that appeared the only changing, but as far as tot
fOci In "The two schools have a combined ?" the school officials to tell him over to you, you might sell It alternative. know there i is no plan lo
cluiifriiiT: ihe character: inijeiv.ilty: and Rood will to you if can'tgetanother for mar
of the schools, but stated t that demonstrated by the district In property value of approxU Then Chairman Shuford and when, during the four yearshe $30,000" If that's what you "You know, it's hard to believe ket a pot-smoking doll this
these dlrr':.>ulldo\! not inify: accomplishing! the total dsseRrecratlon mutely $350,000.;; RJE has 153 Commissioner Bryan.stressedto has been on the Commission, need. Sawyer then asked If you can't give somebody Christ ma"
had refused to the Commission would
"the 11\i\: ?f1I1.q a con'intution of its grades 7 students enrolled in kindergarten the School officials they could the county ever agreeto something to sell for half of e e
of nll-N?t\'o: schools In this dis. through 12 are Inllcntive:! of : througli: 6th grade; and use the old courthouse with no help the School Board any way allow the School Board to it," Chairman Shuford com- A GI in Vietnam shoots ar
There sell the old and
It could. was no responseto building give
Anderson has 109 In the samecla.ses. limitations. mented. rows' at the enemy. He's
tilct the
"The expert'ise
cor.ti'itilns eCC:>ct- available: to the
said it would the question. anything over $50,000 to the "I'd ahead of his time. A lot of
JVl'nl'n of RefponSjnfa plan district, and we feel that when Sawyer then rather just give it to
Supt. Casey said yesterday cost money to rehabilitate the Bryan then asked if it was county got nowhere. you and you do what you want people have predicted that
the intention of the School Rodney Hall said it might with World War IV will be
that the county has approximately old courthouse and said the it, Norman told the school fought
Board to sell the old court- bring only $40,000, then a that .
1,000 Negro schools and about School Board wanted a way to officials. way.Giant .
house? That would come In 50-50 split would give the .
80 per cent of these ere attending recover those costs.
SALE! integrated (predominatelywhite "So give us the old build- the future, Sawyer replied, but"
) ;.schools.: ing," Sawyer slad, "So we can is "down the road somewhere.
The Bradford District! has sell it and realize enough to School Board Member Rodney
build a school administration Hall stated that the old court-
argued for a "neighboihoodconcept" house wasn't good enough for SowingsNASWORTHY'S
for Its K-G !students
said he would wantto the Commission and that it
as the best approach to quality know what the old buildingis seemed the School Board would
educntlon.! In Its argument at
come to the same conclusion.
worth before giving it away.
STEAK the Washington hearing, the "I'd be glad to give you back Chairman Shuford said, how- .tAT
District stressed! the safety what you spent on it If you ver, the reason the old court-
factors which would more favor- get that much when you sell house was not remodeled was
ROUND able for younger students: to it," the commissioner told because of inadequate parking
attend school: :: In their home Sawyer.At space. He said the School Board
neighborhoods rather than cross that point an Impassionedplea could decide whether the parking -
SIRLOIN LB. 98 C ing busy highways and other for the old building to be available at the old site
hazards in getting to schools: given outright to the School will be sufficient for it.
T-BONE more than a mile from their Board was made by Foster The third offer of the long PLUS -
homes. Shi Smith, current school administrative night then was made by Com-
General Counsel:: for HEW also aide and Bradford missioner Hamilton who movedto
( argued that the desegregation .cattle and timber man. "give them the property ::I TURKEY WITH EACH
of faculties in Bradford "I cannot understand why the and they" can do what they MAJOR APPLIANCE
School Board and superintendent please. The motion was sec-
County was not sufficient to
SMOKED meet HEN' guidelines ,but the are not in this building.It's onded by Commissioner J. M. SOLD BETWEEN NOW
- 59C Reviewing Authority:: failed to a shame and disgrace. (Buck) Norman, but Bryan and AND THANKSGIVING
Chairman Shuford voted a-
When are you going to tell
LARGE agree and; denied Csunsel'a ex. the tax collector and asses- gainst, making a 2-2 tie since
Lb. ception on this point. sor to get out? Mrs. Jessie Chastain was not
RED ROE MULLET 2SC The Authority: noted that "If there is an important present. Chairman Shuford

there are now 18 faculty members county function, the school sys- ruled that vote invalid since

ALL MEAT STEW Lb. - 79c teaching acres: racial tem is paramount. They care neither, side had a majority
lines in Bradford County 13 -'- i i- irr --
for and children.
your my
CENTER CUT being Negroes employed In TilllJIUDFORD
"You want to hold somethingback
predominantly white\ school, that you've abandoned and COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublii
-Lb. - white teachers in all-
PORK CHOPS 89C and five walked away from. Don't you ,
Negro schools. trust these people that are e- :i"d every Thursday 4
denying- the HEW Counsel's lected as you are? at ian W. Call Street
or exception on this point, the "I think If you don't give Staike Florida 3201H

Authority said:J "We corset that Second class postage paid!'
MEAT Respondent will follow-through ,should also: affect faculty clistribiitlsn. i I
at Starke, Florida
SULUVANS with further affirmative'! actionIn .
faculty: desegregation and Supt. Casey said the: matter Subscription Rates:
MARKET that whatever future actions will likely com3 uo for dis. In trade area: $3 CO per
are taken !In connection win cusslon at a special board meet- ycaV; $2,75 six months.:

HWY, 11)J)( J; :MILES SOUTH STARKE desegregating the student bdies: Ing set for Monday, Nov\ 2-1. Outside trade area: $3: ,50
at Anderson and RJE schools at 7:30: p.m. per! year; $3,00 six months

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Public May Have To AbsorbCity's Christmas Parade Public InvitedTo Retardation,the start. of Week.National Mental

Route CorrectedThe Open ,House Gpen-hause tours will start
At SunlandThe from Hope( Chapel at 1:30: p.m.
Phone Pole Rental! route of the annual and continue until 3:30.: Groups
annual open-house program -
Christmas Parade printed in the will meet in Hope Chapel.
at Sunland Training Cen
[Nov 13 Issue of The Telegraph where printed materials will
(Continued From Page One) take." Willlniru! said he had' pushsd .omitted Call Street the Chamber ter in Gainesville will be held be distributed. Tours will be
In nnwor to question\ Wllllnms Wllllaim then asked when !for n Joint nfrreement' whereby of Commerce has pointed \Sunday Nov. 23, commemorating conducted through the cottages,
: told! Clinlrmnn Jimmy the charge: will: ba effective:: : ? the city scald PlY: the phona out. the 48th anniversary of school( occupational therapy
McRnc his: comp.iny U not oppose. After much dlsciraslon' and sev. company: for( work and vice- Correct route >of the parade the Institution, and markingJrLw and other areas.
.! to a fair pole rental I but < -
at 10:30 a.m. ._ .
to begin :
that $l..r:;0 Is cxccs'.\'O and: that payable: Jan. 1. 1970 for ian awwmont: with Clay Elactilc. :! I .- -
"would hint the customers the final two months of the Williams said. The phone t Dec. 13, is as follows: Y
The parade will assemble at Rudd Gas
I Water Heaters
ultimately. current fiscal year and then company PAYS $2.30 per polo ,'
9:30: a.m on the south side
Tucker then R.iUl to Williams: on Jan 1 of each succfsslvsyear. each year but the 'two firms
the BUS football field (Adkins -
"I'm not tiklng this out on Attorney George Pierce bill cnch other for work doneon : :
Street). It will travel' 1 south on : heats water 3 times faster!
!YOu Pt'I' :)J\nlly. We'ie Rood 1'1I1edlbe- charge could: not be poles j'
Orange Street to Madison Street, :;
friends and ws're I IY'
coins to stay effective prior to Nov. 4 when :
tint way. Bat I don't agree ,the Council voted In the pole( Girl Scouts turning east on Madison, Streetto Rivers Of Hot Water At
with your company." charge."I UF -1 Cherry Street then north on
Will'nms! l'pl1led! : "So be It." still say this pole chargeIs Present ProgramAt Cherry Street. The parade will LOW
The phon official Mid: hs hall beyond nil reason" Council turn west onto Call Street then ji LOW COST
talked: :! to his ,boss pad had been man P. T. Noun tsaid.:! "You proceed to Court Street where
assured "this Is the only posl-1' ought to be reasonable even it will turn north toward the Pay For It From Your
tlon Girl Florida Bank parking lot whereit

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w & D TRACTOR SALES ( program : to pariclpate by entering $2.00 Per Monthon
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a charter to create a recreation of the city. son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Starke Lions CARD OF THANKS
board, which was passedby The building committee Is and Mrs. R. J. Williams. Mrs. MAY WE TAKE: THIS TOien You Use An Andrews Charge .
the Council. asked to list repairs needed the
HAMPTON They on Hear GovernorPast
Williams and Mrs. AnthoavBenckowsU METHOD of expressing'our Account 1-
the city to take over the oldHampton city; hall, inside and outside,
drove Monticello deep appreciation to the friends
I I school, and it and bids for considerationby Tax Recordsare
turn get District Governor Char. Your Prescription
By Mn. D. E. Bin last week to bring her to I Hampton and neighbors of the late. Min
over to the recreation board the Council. The Council for a visit. lie MjGlave of Keystone pie Atkinson for their many I Kept For You By Us
or for their use, but action on also approved setting up an Heights was guest speaker at
The baby daugher of Mr. and floral
kind acts : offerings
this tabled until for and Andrews DrugsFor
council- ordinance
was clearing Crews the Starke Lions Club meeting I r
Mrs. John was In Jack-
cards and food during our s
COUNCIL, KEC BOARD MEET men can check with a lawyer mowing unsightly lots. sonville Naval Hospital for several Thursday, Nov 13, at 7:30: p.m. bereavement 964-7110 r P t tlI
and the school board about legalities Receipts for October came to Fast Delivery Dial
He introduced by Dr. D.
days for treatment for was C, L, Atkinson husband and
The Hampton Area Recreation Involved. $619, and expenses, $493. Occupational Pneumonia. W. Whllfen. program chair.
Committee met with the City The Council approved buying licenses to do busi- Albert Birt and Ronnie Ric- man daughters Joyce Stokes and....
Ilean Lewis. ..
culverts from the city of Waldo In the city of Hampton
Council Monday night Nov. 10, ness - -
kendorfer of St. Petersburgspent President Marc Jackson announced
at the city hall. They presented for drainage In various areas have been issued to Baker's last weekend here with that the club had acquired I
Grocery, Hampton Mlllworhs, r't
I. Mrs. Maggie Birt. a new chef and that If
Liberty; National Life Insur- Wildon Stinson shop a six- ,nothing else would help acquirenew
ance, Hampton Water Works, point deer in the woods south- I It
CERAMIC members new chef's
QUARRY VINYL Greene's Auto Body and Weld- I
east of Hampton recently.Woman "
"cooking would. t
Ing, Independent Life & Acci-
dent Insurance. Florida Power I It
& Light Teen Town, North Injured When Car
; Robert L. Kitchens Florida Telephone Co., Ar- t I
thur Bruno Grocery, Palatka Hits Train at SR100 Crossing
Clothing W. Wads worth TV Repair -
Tile Contractor Hampton 66 Service Station t tt
Maxie Carter, Slade Gas, Marcia Dale Thompson 22. estimated:! damajss: of $1,000 to t h,
The dilver was uninjured
his car.
Gulf Life Insurance, Green's of Gainesville! was seriously
Fuel, and Carlton's Dairy. injured last Friday afternoon! :!, and no charges were
tO?o E. CALL ST. 964.6923 when her 1966 Com31.. crashed made. t t tt
STARKE, FLORIDA into the box car ef a Ssaboard- Isaac: : Aaron 53. of Jacksonville .
and ,
Friday Saturday Nov.28-
Coastline train at the State escap without: injuriesat !
29, have been designated as
Road 100 crossing south of 6:05: p.m. Nov. 15 when a t tt
clean-up for
t ar city days Hamptonby t
Mayor Willard Thomas. Starke. rear tire on the truck he was
rt Trooper Carson Turlington, driving came off, causing him
citFi &Meat ATTEND RALLY who investigate3: the accident, to lose control. Aaron was It's not the pennies you spend t tt
l Between 20 and 25 teenagersfrom reported that crossing signal traveling north and the truck! t ,
Hamilton Baptist Church ILzhts were working, and Miss turned over in the scuth lane
I i attended a youth rally at Trin- Thomson:; was charged ,with, of US 301. just south of Law. but the dollars you could lose !
Market ity Baptist Church In Jackson- speed too: fast for conditions.She tey The driver escaped:! u'Un-' t I
ville last Saturday evening. was canted to the Medical lured
t II t Adults accompanying them included Center In aair.esvlllJ. Damageto It takes so very, very little time, effort, and tt
Under New Management .- Rev. and Mrs. Melvin the Comet was estimated at Meyer Becker 72, of Atlantic money to rent a Safe Depositbox* here I
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy N. J, \ charged with
Hamel City was
Open 8 A.M. To 9 P.M. Mon., Tues., Thura., Jones, Mr. and Mrs. James $900.Three accldsnts occurred improper lane change causingan : I to safeguard so many, many dollars.worth

t Fri., Sat., and Sun. Closed Wednesday Broome Mr. and Mrs. Cleve- last Saturday, one cf which involved accident on US 301 north. of of jewelry, important papers, and other ,
land Green Mrs. Charles Starke at 10:35: a.m., Nov. 15.
:! a stolen! vehicle. valuables that otherwise could be lost. .
PRICES GOOD EVERY Hicks, Mrs. Arnold Haddock, t ,
j In one collision on SR 100. Another car driven by :\1 J
DAY. Wes Griffin, and Larry Haines. 2.4 miles west of Stark, at Slocum of Starke collided! with by fire, theft, or careless misplacement!
, GRADE "A" PERSONALS 11:15: p.m., Nov 15, Dewey the Meyer car causing esti-
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Birt Glen Smith 16, of Stacks: was mated damage of $130 to each t Rent a Safe Deposit box here. and NOW!
iI f ft and sons have moved Into charged with obstructing a vehicle. No injuries were reported -
, FRYERS-Ib.--m-.39c their new home on their farm public highway causing a collision ,
south of Hampton.They had been ? with a 1962 Chevrolet '
living In a trailer on their driven by Otis Colby, Negro( Cynthia Emmer Wood, 49, of FLORIDA
t U. S. GOOD STEAK t farm while completing con- of Polk County. Colby left the Fort While: was charged with
T-BONE struction on their new house. scene with a passing motorist speed too great for conditions: t tt
Recent visitors of the Blrts and the car he was driving causing an accident on SR 18 t '
I ROUND LB. were Mr. and Mrs. George was later found to be stolen. at BrooUer;; on: November 18. BAKU: AT STARKEMember
98' Payne and family of Maryland.The Charges against Colby are The Wood:! car struck the rear
SIRLOIN Paynes had just returnedto pending. No injuries were re- end cf a car driven by Tommie t t tt
t the U. S. from three yearsIn ported. Charles Wood 65, also of Fort Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
t tt England with the U. S.Army, Eric Paul Johnson, 17, of White, who ha:: stopped:: at a
CENTER CUT and visited Mr. Payne's father Raiford. lost control of hU car stop sign in Brooksr. O.ily min One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group t
Hollan Payne, here, and other on a curve on the Ethan Snpp or injuries were reported.; Total t

t PORK CHOPS Lb. 79C t relatives.Mrs. Orville Brookings has road a.m. on near Nov New 15 River, resulting at 1:45:in estimated damage at $725.to the cars was -.....4II o4ll o4ll o li.e1

been recuperating at home after
, DOZEN an automobile accident last -- ---
, $-1 I Ii week at the Highway 301-SR 18
junction. Mr. and Mrs. Brook- Over 160 Stores Throughout 7 Southeastern States
LARGE EGGS ins were In the car at the time, USE YOUR
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the hospital and dismissed.Mrs. s lit
land has been visiting with her
t BACON Lb. 59c t son-in-law and daughter, Mr. AMERICA 8:30 til 6:00 .
and Mrs. Foster Hayes, and

, COUNTRY sons.K...B. Watterson was taken to CARD Mon. -. Sat.
, SMOKED SAUSAGE Lb. 69c 1 1t Bradford County; Hospital In
Starke last week with pneu-
t monia.Mrs.. Jean Morris and children ,
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Phone Day 964-7271 Night 964.6250 i."sT,

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to all boys and girls ages 12 the home training. \ Starke ,
November 22nd to 19 who would like to participate !- All boys interested In joining
Saturday, In City League Baseballto the Scouts are invited to attend -
register at the Reno Recre- and become a member of
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4 to 8:30: p.m. All citizens parents1 and t
There will be an Interesting guardians are Invited to( cooperate RCA 12-Inch Minikin ".
AT THE NELSON GREEN PLACE !basketball game Wednesday wlth Mr. Jenkins In the Personal TV will be given a-
night Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. In effort to train the boys for ,.
::1 Miles North of Starke on U.S. 301 way Dec. 20 to some lucky :.
(better citizens of tomorrow.
RJE gym. The public Is Invitedto person who has contributed to
attend. The Hawks and JunIor Meetings are held each Wednesday the building fund for a new i
Sponsored Hy Hawks vs. the Falcon and night at Jenkins recreation Bradford County Library. .
Junior Falcons. Game time center. e k
Bradford County VolunteerFire 7:30.: Mrs. Lee Sanders drive J
GIRL SCOUTS chairman and Warren Winkler ..
BOY SCOUT NEWS Girl Scout Troop 626 meets owner of Winkler Electric .
Boy Scouts of Troop 71 are each Monday evening at 5 which is donating the .
DepartmentCertificates making great progress under /ip.m. at Greater Allen Chapel television set hold the prize
the leadership of Jimmie Jen- AME Church. All girls Interested someone will win. Chamber of .
kins. Scout Master. The boys In joining are asked to call Commerce Manager John ,.
Given For Frozen TurkeysSWS&W attended Church services Sun- 964.6683 for information or attend Myers will draw the lucky

day at Ebenezer Baptist the meetings. Parentsare name Dec. 20. .
Church In South Starke. This Invited to attend. Volunteer Any person donating $1 to 1,

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The Telegraph 964-6305 or ?
CHURCH NEWS Radio Station WPXE 964-5001. Prices going up
Greater Bethlehem Free Will Emphasis now is being placed
We'dlike Baptist Church. Rev. Jasper on raising $8,000 by Dec. 5 ..'
Williams pastor. Sunday School. with which to purchase the Wehavea
Parks at Walnut and ".
9:30.: Morning Service at 11. ...
night.Evening Choir service.No.6 p.m.1 will Monday meet.

to speak Tuesday night Choir No. 3 and Pecan small exception. |
Ushers Board No. 1 will re
hearse. Wednesday night Prayer Auction Set
Meeting! Thursday night "o.

for night Ladles the Circle I Can will Club meet.wll Friday meet.' Sat., Dec. 4 !Maverick -:,

somemodest Saturday night dinners will be
.sold from the kitchen. All |
The second and probably the
members and friends are Invited ::
auction of the 1969
to purchase a dinner.A final pecan
season here is set December 4 .....
peopleThese Thanksgiving service at 1 p.m. at the Starke State ".
will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. Farmer's Market, according to ce.!)
by the Masons at Greater Beth- :Manager Bob Allen.A ..
lehem Free Will Baptist very light volume locally ...
agents probably won't mention The National Association of Life Unit Church. All the Masonic fam- has made it Impossible to hold ...
dei writer*, an independent insurance or- ily Is Invited to worship that auctions weekly as usual Allen .Mutlang Hardtop NO. 'Itor@conamieal. > '
for .
newsmakers Liberty ""
but they're j" Looks tee<$ act. "00")c'
Sunday. Nov. 23. The public is reports. Some growers indicat. .. .. ,
ganization recognizes their service to the r i 'V doer to earth rlA3 prlN
National. Invited to attend. ed at the first auction, they
,. n.-;>tion. So do we. thought they would have more .
ve been granted the ...S.'A award 1 Ebenezer Baptist Church! Gala' i" 5002 Door Hardtop Ou t I I' DOt ,".
They nuts he said. .... '. ," ,. ..." .
for outstanding sales achievement For That'sliy we thought you'd like to Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. sun- At the first auction in 1968 .j.- o. -e .0. .
day School. 9:45. Bible Study ..
lives. meet them. over 36,000 pounds of pecans r -
guarding each Tuesday night at 6:30.: were sold Allen said pointingto Performance -ll l
Prayer Meeting each Wednes how light the volume io this 1 Country ;wQ
.. day night at 7. Friday night year.C. HeadquartersTERWILLEGAR IJ I I
the Senior Choir Anniversary R. Bradford has indicatedhe
y. will be held at 8 p.m. The con-
; will be'at the farmer's mar-
test between Mrs. Leola Holeea 9 to I 5 dailY
( ket from a.m p.m.
,,1- and Mrs. Mamie Turner will to do custom work selling pe- MOTORS.
terminate Friday night also. cans. Bradford will crack nuts

for customers, Allen said. Fla.
1> The fifth Sunday Union will The market manager said it 206 \V. Madison SI. Phone 964-7200 ct"4e.
-,-. convene at Ebenezer BaptistChurch
t. Is almost impossible to buy
November 26. through
; loc a U thl s y ear.
A i4-- 30. All members and friends pecans .'_

:; /I ;Invited Sick In to Tns attend.Community LOW PRICES '-u
IIIIII Nelson Stubbs. a long time

resident the nursing of 'Starke.home is in sick Gaines.In during our great

ville. He would appreciate visits
LAVERN OUTLAW CHARLES E. ZIPPERER 'and cards from friends Willie 7

Gainesville District Gainesville District .... Plttman. a member of Ebene
zer Baptist Church is in the (
i :. Medical Cen'er.! Tommie C. PRE-
[1_::: :t Gainey Is in the Veterans Hos- JL "

....... pital In Gainesville. A get well
card will! speed recovery for :
these patients. Prices Good Thru Nov. 27, 1969

Church will hold Sunday
AWARDLIBE11TY School at 10 a.m. which terminates -
services for the day. The
Annual. Conference will begin CASH CARRY TIRES Inc
iATKTAL Tuesday in Jacksonville at Mt.
Zion AME Church. A minister
Life Insurance Company will be assigned from this Con

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Conditionin .lIeatlnJt; Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES Thanksgiving Weekend. [<* -
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Air Conditioning Equipment MUSTANG CENTRAL PAINT t't
GenerallnElectric Santa Fe Tractor, Mobile Homes, Inc. :r STORES, INC. rh
Rim's Sheet Metal Inc. FORD Gainesville's Discount Mobile -'. .'
Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter. Farm Tractors It Implements Home Sale Lot. PHONE!!: 378-1281 I

AUTO SALES Low Monthly Payments
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SALES SERVICE Johnson& Farfs, Inc.

Fin Selection of Used Car .__... 1
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Insecticides"' Pel Supplier
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Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 Rent N.W.Fertilizer 8th Ph.Spreader 378-047' /:)lpltam MUS'I"--' C3arley} Our First Line Nylon- Full 4.Ply-

wheel drive and cars WEAR O'vllle Shopping\ Ctr. 372-535
4 MATERNITY E. 650-13 16.72 15.58 1.79 ,
Sales Parts Service _
Clean Used Toyotas MOVERS 700-13 11.62 15.90 1.91
1700 N. Main 376-1266 '
735-11 IS.55 16.81 2.07
A FULL LINE OF Long Distance Moving

Lingerie Dresses Slacks 0 Storage Packing This Question: T 'c 175-.t 19.36 11.76 2.20U'
Beauty Academy Tops Bermudas -Bathing Suit Crating ShlppJMrPOWELL'S I
825-tt 20.60 19.01 2.36
Free Estimates CaU Fire losses increase with ,
EXPECTANTLY, HILL'S the heating -season. Insurance 855-14 21.96 2.51
can reimburse the 560.15 ]6.SS 1,76r
Beauty Academy YOURS INC.
Van Service, Inc. dollar l II s-i, but nothingcan 735-15 18.58 2.08
Learn a Profession In Your replace the treasured ,
706 W. University Opp.-S.F.J.C. '
Spare Time. Full or Part Time 3S40 N.E. 372-4271 Waldo R4. G'vllle personal items and lives .t,' ". It 775-5 19.36 17.76 2.21 i

219 NW. 10th 378.2766.:.MEN'S WEAR lost. Fire prevention and ," 815-15 20.60 19.01 2.38

ELECTRIC MOTORS emergency action shouldhe ( 8-15-15 21.96 2.57
discussed and planned -
STAG 'N DRAG \ I 900-15 23.93 2.83
ELECTRIC 701. in every family. -
DS to Plu Slate Tax
Orlffln Salts cam '
Motor Repair Co. : Arrow ShirtsFiorsbelm Shoe Charley E.

Repairing Of New Gainesville and.....Used Rewinding Inc. 2..STORES Ladles Formal Sportswear-Rentals 13 W. UNIVERSITY c.O.: I 666 JOHNS AGENCY For A FREE BALANCE-Bring This Ad !

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8 TELEGRAPH NOV. 20, 1969

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BHS Runners Second ;In District CompetitionFreshmen Powder-Puff Grid Game

__ Set Saturday At BHS
Co-cnpt, Larry Green finished pl.iee and 61 points. Dollca was -

mil-til 1" Clusj A District 2 thii-d with 72 points. Orange .
cross country competition to Park was fourth with 90. Pa- A powder puff football gameIs Carol Reddish, Linda Mathls,
lend Bradford: !! Htgh to second l.U(1.ruth with 129!), Bishop set at 1:45: p.m. Friday Nov. Oily! Buby, Kelly RlcPia ds, +d, v 1

pUce at Jacksonville UnIversitY Kenny sixth with 130 and 21, when the girls of the Bradford Carolyn Brown, Debra Henry,
Saturday.: Nov. 15. Jacksonville Butler linlshed High freshman and sophomore Linda Haas, Debbie Douglas,
r sw r' classes will! take cn the Mary Lane, Carol McKinney
p. K. Yonje .of Gainesville last.Top five finishers! weret 1) coeds of the BHS junior and Sandra Haas, Daisy Coleman, 1GUARANTEED?
'won till district: meet with 29! Clark of favored Pity In 10:48: senior closes.Tickets and Sherdlan GrlffU. y

points to Bradford' second 2)) Stein of Bolles in 11:02: 3)) will be 25 cents for
Coaches of the Powder team,
students and 50 cents far adults.
Gustaf Karow head of the
are ,
II wa, {r iti, (They may be purchased (romMl'S ,
BHS Mathematics Derailment.and
Lois Bennett In the BHS
Dewey McKinney, South-
NOTICERegistration office, from any member of
side Elementary physical: edu-
the Girl's Athletic
cation Ir.stiuctor. Puff team
or at the gate conch is Mark Luttrcll BHS
for second trimester courses at The flag football game is be. American history instructor.
sponsored by the Girl's Ath-
Vocational-Technical Center in Starke will be 1ng
the ,. : ::::::::::fffffffI : :::: ::::::::::::: :::::: : t
letic Association -fff::::::ffftfi: ::::: :::::::::::::::::: ::::::;':
held during the week of December 1, 1969. Last It will! be played under official I ..- I "
day of second trimester will be March 6, 1970. rules with 12 minute quarters. FLORIDA LAND __-

Courses for high school credit general education, Officials will! .be BUS instructors f;|;j AUCTION ;1;;
Freshmen Leonard Garett, left and Larry Greenare -....' .., -----.J:
typing and shorthand, and courses for preparation Warney Adklnson, Tony ::::: Saturday, Nov. 22, 11 a.m. !:: _--_
for GED will be offered. co-captains of the budding 1969 Bradford High Griffith, ,and Jim Darlington !;::: 1,000 acres offered In small :8:::
cross country team which won second: place in Dis- The BHS marching bad: ::::: tracts close-in, Ocala. Florida. :$::::
trict 2 competition Saturday. Green holds the BUS and drill team will perform at :::::;; Also good country home with &::
Vocational and technical offerings include :|: swimming pool. Auction Site: :&:
: ::
halftime.! The: women faculty
cross country- record of 10:23: and Garett is secondin :::;:::: West of Ocala on Highway 200'-S::::: MOSS CONTROL
bookkeeping, welding auto mechanics radio members of BHS also have a
10:37.Garcia: :::: to Shadv Rd.. (S\V 27th Avenue), ::::
& television repair refrigeration and air PItY 11:03: :;; 4)) Green, "It was really tremendous surprise planned for fans, according A-:: turn south follow signs! to pro- ::f::: WITH ONE SPRAYYou
conditioning, and basic clothing construction.The Bannister OP effort on the part of each BII3 to GAA Sponsor Vicki :::: perty. High and dry rolling land ::::;
11:12 5)) ,
BIIS : ;
runner," Loper McKinney BHS physical edu- :::;:|now In use as cattle farm. :::::
11:15.: g:::Adjoins Florida's finest ::::
cation Instructor.: The singing
GED examination which at Jacksonville :::': .::: con rid your trees of harmful) Spanishmoji
qualifies a per- The course In addition to Green's fourth "The Plainsmen will & thoroughbred horse farms,coun- f:
son for a high school equivalency diploma will University was extremely place finish, termed a "greateffort" group, gstrv:::: estates Ideal for Industrial ::::|' the economical> : way-our spray is safe-
also perform.Members ::sites:: :::: end ; to and
tough Saturday, according: to the freshman, Bud- ; housing or mobile home :]: ly professionally applied trees
be administered during the week of February BHS Coach George Lop r. by In of the Powder team $:::::development, horse farms >::::': shrubs.
for BITS
9 thru 13, 1970. Saturday mOl'n1ng day Paterson was It (grades 9-10)) are: quarterbacks: ;::;:::Eight miles to downtown Ocala. ;::;::
Temperature Green
11:32: co-cnptain Larry: Cindy Duck ,and Candy Clay- .:|: Easv terms: owner will fi- ':':
'there was a coll 27 de was 13th in 11:42: ; Rchnrd! Fill ton; Helen Long, Janice Stan- snance;:: 25 pet. down. Balance :::::: FREE Of RJDA)
grees Loper said and the 'was 16th in 12:01: Randy Hod- Cowart, Jan Robin- :&::;:10 years. Information phone :;:.
course was muddy and under:! ges was 17th in 12:03: :;; Jimmy oil Sherry :::::237.2535 owner Mrs. Jack :::::: ESTIMATES e ZSToNTROP
Debra Givens,
water for the ""first mile. That Lowery 18th In 12.0G. and Da- son, Debby Dyal Si:::Farris Rt. 2, Box S3, Ocala Fla. :::::: .
BED WARMEIHB made the steep hill! on the vid Meng was 37i.li in 13:02.: Kathy Swafford, Elizabeth Har. 1:::: OR :iij:::;
Vicki Debbie Green 964.5745
trade even .tougher; some runners "They pastel; :! the {first! b'sr vey Janice Alvarez Hanry Polly Reid, 8;1; GRISSOM REALTY AUCTION :jiji::1 Call a+rvulct a.

had to crawl up on hand test for the stats champion- Janice Norman, Debbie Scott, :&:::Silver Springs Fla. Julian :::::: No Oi9'Zttion) ;
and knees. ship" Coach Loper sajs of his Sheila Norman ::::GJ'lssom Registered R e a I ::$::
Prlscilla! Starling
} As was predicted. Loper said, runners. :::: Estate Broker Phone 231.251 5. i:g::::

EpR 4cP breaking up PKY's lop four The stats: meet is set Situr-: ,Barbara Carol Knight TenElck, and, ViolaGrittis Sher- i;..: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:.:':;:;:::;:::::::;;:::
and Bolles' top 3 and getting lay! Nov. 22, in Ti''usUlle. PKYIs
the first! six BHS runners finished favored: : to beat defending 111 Austin.
of the Puffs ((11-12
ahead of Bolles1 mamba: : state clnmp'on' Blache Fly
Emma (Reid, ENJOYThanksgiving
'/osu ON I Ttwruizdeh four and five runners was the H'irh' for the t'tl*. graders) are:
Gloria Crews.
BUS second.
key to placing; BHS, 'according to Coach"Loper :
itRECOMMENDED "We knew Bolles was prac- shouU hi the top
place ':::IIOOOOIIIIIOIIIIJIIII: : : : : :: :: : ::
ticing on the course almost
t every day, so -we went three five teams.

HEAT RITES and Sundays::worked in a out row on at the 7:30: course a.m. with"Ours outstanding Is a young,: eager potential: team: ," Twin Star [ DinnerAT

Loper sav*. "Thl has ben: a
too and sprinted the bills It
great pxpeiiencs( : for them and
really made a difference. PRODUCTIONSPresents
nc'r all anxious for the challenge -
"When our runners hit
: of the State Chimplon-: !
hill, we sprinted, passing several -
ship Saturday. We'll do: our
runners who were literally
toyp 00tay best.
SPICIAI lifts X01 /*' rin crawling up. .


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V BUS majorettes perform with fire batons and AT REGULAR BUFFET :PRICES
Nov. 26DANCE
. tric blankets because it puts the heat in the bed, rather :
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I WARRANTY I 8 TO 12ADIISSION Children 12 or Under $1.00

Game Bird
Covers Both Warmer and Control | | SMITH PLUMBINGAND Served From 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
Season OpenThe

For Twin or Double Bed | Contracting and repairs | $1.50 Bring The Entire Family

Plumbing Fixtures -

$2495 I Water Heaters Pumps -j jIrrigation ,season for hunting resident -

Iron Filters cams birds and animalsIn
[water Softeners northwest Florida got un-
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i BULLINGTON'S PHONES: 13. Hunting will! be permitted: :

1961-6023 or 964-5832 j jI from one half-hour before sunrise
to one-half hour after sun
Photography I (Please make a note of I II set.

j I our numbers in your
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I Fresh Water Fish Commission,
'the season for deer, bear and
turkey will! continue! through
January 18 Huntingr! of quail

Home and squirrel will be allowed
Get Your Ready through March 1.

The northwest Florida sea-
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for the Holidays area from Jefferson County

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Sunday School 9T: ; Worship Al ..."" lit '."r .,
services 11 a.m. and 7 30 p.m. Oai! IV"" T .Vt I Vv t t tt
MYF, 6 p.m. Choir practice, :,,i .,' :l:I.
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Wednesday 7 p,m Rev. Don PICK! ( v
Denton pastor wen: Y' l' ('v
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City" Goes 13UStriking By Stubborn Tornadoes Lake"These and City came boys for close played the first to Inspiredball beating time

since 1966, Coach Hurse said.

early in the game then adding an insurance iness from their own 40 yard boys all year long we could STATISTICS
touchdown in the second period, Lake City ., line. They drove 27 yards to beat Lake City. We knew they
I rolled 13-0 to its eighth win of the season here Fri df yard the Lake run by City Norman 33 on an a eight nine been.were not as good as they had BHS LC

day night and kept bright its hopes for a Class A yard gainer by Chandler and "The coaches sincerely felt First Downs 11 8
) district title. a 15 yard pass play from we could beat them. The boys, Yds. Rushing ]101 174
j fireworks Johns to Tim Murphey. I think, didn't think they could. Y ds. Passing 98 23
; All the Tiger came Tigers marched 60 yards in
The the drive stalled as Johns
We preached all week long Passes 9-23-0 1-5-1
in the first half. The Torna- 10 plays for their first score. Complt.
threw three straight Incomplete "
does of Bradford High; losing (Hard running Walt Peterson, 'believe in yourself' Fumbles 2 1
their fifth game of the sea- who carried six times on the y passes. Despite the poor 3-5-1 BUS Penalties 25 55
e The BHS defense with 2:41
Hurse said, he finds Punts 3-34.5 434.5
son, showed a tough and deter- drive, ran 20 yards for the left in the then again season
it difficult to be "real disa-
mined defense in the second TD. Mike TilloUon added the
undefeated Lake l held the Tiger offense. Mur- pointed" in his boys.Four play- SCORING SUMMARYLake
half, allowing point after for a 7-0 Lake City In
went to quarterback
City only one first down.A lead midway the first period. h ers, the coach said, had an ex-
BITS stadium packed full The ball changed hands six 1 -I Ia Iv the closing seconds and com- tra incentive in the Lake City City 1) Peterson, 20-
of wind-frozen fans viewed the more times with each team onlyto pleted three of four passes contest. They had played on the yard run. EP- Tillotson.2)Til-
for 11, 8, and 16 before
battle. make a single first down 4M T yards BHS varsity team that was beaten lotson, 23-yard pass from Hunter.
the final whistle sounded.
Opening strong, Lake City apiece, before Tillotson caughta Gaining 101 yards rushing and 59-6 by Lake City in 1967. EP failed.
stopped the BUS offense after short BUS punt on his own Tim Murphey played as a
98 Tornadoes
the kick off. Immediately, the 4* where he was downed im1 p passing the freshman and captain Ralph Lake City 7 6 0 0-13
lightly outgained Cityin
Morgan, Tommy Blackshear, BHS 0000-0
total yardage. The Tigershad and Bill Buby were sophomores.
174 yards rushing and 23
passing, a total of 197 yardsto
199 for BHS. The Tornadoeshad
'\ 11 first downs comparedto FOLLOW THE GATORSTHIS
---.....:- \ -- 8 for Lake City.
"I was disappointed. I
BIIS tackle Rudolph Pekins blocks a at bottom scoots for Bradford_ yards. thought we could beat them" FALL OVER RADIO
Lake City tackler at Christy Chandler.. Coach David Hurse said.
mediately. to the sideline and drawing "We're just that much away WPXE ALL GAMES!
+ Larry Raulerson, replacing BHS defenders to him. At the from" being a good football
'4 Injured speedster Mike VinsonIn last second before being team, Hurse added, holdingup COURTESY
I the Tiger backfield, promptly tackled, Hunter threw back a- two fingers with almost no
churned the left side space between. The BHS coach
through cross field to Tillotson all alonein BILL.POWELL
of the Tornado line for 19yardsand the corner in the end zone. said Lake City had a psycho-
a first down at the BIIS Lake City was penalized for logical advantage over his Tor- Insurance and Real Estate
S3. The last BUS defender, nadoes.
a foul Tillotson's
a personal on
"We tried to convince the
Jimmy Alvarez, brought him point after kick. A pass for two
k i down. points from the 18 yard line r, .y
Peterson hit the Tornado right was batted down by BUS'Tommy B B S
tackle for three yards where Blackshear.But .
Mike Norman tackled, Raulerson Lake City led 13-0 with MATINEE
got three more at the BUS 2:05 left in the first half.
right end, then Peterson got Blackshear started the fire &i4G
four more at the same spot works in the second half, Intercepting -
before being hit by Mark Mil- a Lake City pass at 4

Tornado halfback Christy Chandler bulls his way ner and Jimmy Alvarez. the BUS 40-yard line, stop S"Sf.11 \\\"f. m!: SPECIALS
past a Lake City defender for 15 yards. Chandler was Tiger QB Pat Hunter, on first ping the Tigers without a first I ttII\\
down rolled out to his right down for the second straight
named Tornado
for his performance. keeping the ball all the way time they had the ball in the I
third period. ll\'ltE.1
Christy Chandler, named I

Tornadoes Gave for Bradford's the Lake back-of-the-week City game, start- I MATINEES
ed the longest BHS drive of the
night with a 10-yard spurt a- HOURS
I round his right end on a pitch 4 P.M. to-6 P.M.
out. That was the first of nine Tim Murphey (you can tell I

first the downs second for half the Tornadoesin by be bandage on the left FRI. 6 P.M. to 10 P.M. SUNDAY .
hand) grabs a pass against I
Top Performance Dale Johns three yardsup
2 P.M. to 6 P.M.
the Tiger middle before Lake City. I SA T. 4 P.M. to 11 P.M.
fullback Mike Norman madea
running catch of a Dean John.. 55-yard drive was the longest I SUN. 2 P.M. ,to 6 P.M.MATINEE HOURS 75c
Bradford's tough d thought!:: the defense did effort BHS offensive effort of the night.
,front i mn have been cl' : out&t(1l1ding: Jab especially Another Iinebaker.! Christy But it did take the Initiative I -.- REGULAR HOURS $1
by Torna 'o coaches for :'! s.'Coid: : half" sa.d: Coach Chandler, was named BUS away from the Tigers and use
ing unctefj-Ujcl: Lr.ke City : :,' Sixtin, sf.'ii.slvs chief. beclc-oMhc-uesk. Hi had eight up time the Lake City offense I
individual tackles: :'! against ins A.E could have used to further Increase -
13,01:1: here last Friday. Ralph Morgan played:
real good ball game" at tough T.jers: Chir.dlar leads:' :! the score.Fartherest .
"- :'!Hi Inrbackel': Sexton snid.: BHS tackles for the season the Tigers moved I AVAILABLE FOR BIRTHDAY PARTIES
the ball at in the
one clip sec-
was: the:'! leading tack. with 56 individuals: and 22 assists
ond half was 17 yards when
FLORIDAJHEATRE with 12. ana was named alo:11J'ith: Mo'jan' who ( 50c Per Person
Walt Peterson got a first downon $10 )
man-of. the week for his hal 52 individual efforts and
three straight plunges
33 assists.
through the BIIS line.A .
Big Danny Jac'tson! 20011. short 13-yard Lake City "Roller Skate For Health's
played outstanding ball at defensive -
punt midway the fourth quar-
301 : end throughout the ter put the Tornadoes in bus- Sake"I
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game Coach Sexton said.

Fri., Sat. Nov. 21 The Lake City game: was .... ...............................
Double Feature ',!{ ), termed:: a real good defensive: : 111 .......................... ............
DRIVE-IN team effort. "If we could Just
A RACE FOR have availed two mistake .." 1F I

FOR LOVE AND FOR Begins At 7 P.M. Sexton said. /
BUS defenders: did not adjust
FUN OF m! Admission 75c properly to the Lake:, City run- jWERARIN'1OQj Order Your :
ning (1tt c'( In the opening
KEN!f NNAKl1fSJJa Fri., Sat., Sun. drive when t fis Tigers drove 60- 'lT
yards: 10 score. A L'fencsr:! In I l We'reWith
> 21 22 a
t Fin 23 i
the BHS secondary lft his assigned -
;; Feature I
; 9 Program position on the Lake : NVITATIONSGrads' I

City touchdown pass, coaches f1 Yea
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teirYtJtl 4"N. .said.The Tornado offense, accordIng The :
-, .. a to Coach Chuc' Mason: I Telegraph :
did::! a KonJ job protecting: quarterback .
v. 1 Dean Johns' on passes. .
.. Lake Cty: dumped Johns for a ---- tss - -- :
-- loss only ones the offensive I tiC I Baccalaureate Announcements! :
chief pointed out. At No Extra Cost :

was Morgan also an credited offensive by Mason guard :

l/-r| "LLn,1" .1"btW.Ul/l II'I.I't( N.n. with "an outstanding: Job." It WM cold! Ask Cheerleader Senior Class oii97i
"We hal a pretty Good:! effort -. Denise Winkler. i
PLUS from all our offensive linemen
," Mason said.: Hj: named:'
c'a ItPARlMOUIItPICIUIH pass in the left Hat for ]13
A TIME center Tommy Blicks'iear, yards and a first down at the Orders Will Be Taken !
PLUS tackle BuM'ly Sapp and::! !gunrd Lake City 34. We use America's Finest Gradua
TO Len Rejinier: for especially out. Dale Johns went around right .
SING ';" GLEN KIM standing\: play. Rsg'stsr! : the end for four yards on the pitch Up To December 15 tion Invitation Stock. The fine pa- :

with CAMPBELL DARBY coach' !>said has Improved::! at out then Dean Johns passed to per used on our invitation is the :
Hank Williams Jr.C"I his weak sUe guard spot. the left flat to halfback Jimmy
"Mistakes were again the Alvarez for nine yards and : NO ADVANCE DEPOSIT same aa that used for invitations to :

Sun., Mon., Tues i e+ story of o-'f life," said Head another first down at the Tiger Presidential inaugurations the
Coach David Hurss. "A couple 21. : NECESSARY !
Nov. 23, 24, 25 cf mistakes: mails the diffsrcnce. Alvarez went through a hole S Very Best! :
." BITS coaches said thai at ]left guard for three yardson .
their: players: hnd three more first down and then took .
first downs than Lake City, 11 another pass in the left flat
to 8. and gninsJ! 199 yards compared for seven yards. It was ano- More Quality For Your Money :
.y to 197 for the Tigers ther first down at the Lake .
City 11 yard line as the Tor- .
nado offense continued to dent EXTRA BONUS! If at least 2,000 invitations are :
JV GriddersGo the Tiger's tough defense.
From the 11 yard line quar- PLUS ordered, The Telegraph will)) donate $50 to the Senior !

48-0 terback Dean Johns missed on Class will
ByWilliston two straight passes to wldeout Scholarship Fund. For all over 2,000 we :

Mark Milner, one of which Mll- contribute 2c per invitation. :
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE ner had his hand on In the end .
@G zone but couldn't find Lie handle. .
Ending: their season on a victorious On attempted pitch out to Place Your Order Now With Our Representative, !
I For note, Bradford:! High Chandler the Lake City defensive -
-. Thanksgiving junior varsity: grid-ers rompedover end kept Johns from pitching .
BUS S Joyce Allen at School, or at The Bradford :
., Thurs. Nov. 26, 27 Williston 48.0 last week. out. But the signal
"What caller kept the ball and ran .
EverHappened Feature Program :Malichl: Henry scored three(! six vards to the Lake City County TelegraphS :
touchdowns for BUS Brad five yard line.
Carter two, ard Bob Dyal and On fourth down, then, Christy :
To Aunt Alice Save: Strickland one each. Chandler threw the halfback .

HAS Quarterback: Eddie Hazcn pass to wideout Tim Murphey i ALSG PERSONAL CARDS FOR INVITATIONS & KEEPSAKES!
Color CRC [wil passed:! for a pair cf two point in the endzone. Murphey caught i
1 conversions and Henry ran one the ball but couldn't keep both
over. feet inside the field and the TD S. No Limit To Your Choice From =
Coach Jm: Carllngton hadprall10 was missed by a hair. .
Open For I FROM for his entire team and The five yard line proved to be .

Wed., Thurs. Nov. 26 THE GRAVE" spirit.said the boys showed a lot of to the the closest Lake the City Tornadoes goal and got theTOSKftra 21 Type Styles -- 26 Card Styles .- Be Different! I

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NOV. 20, 1969 TELEGRAPH PAGE 11lake

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Our editorial. .

EA \ Dove Season ,

1 In 2nd Phase '

I The statewide hunting sea-
con .for woodcock: and the sec
.j ond phase of the dove season

opened Saturday November ,

15.Woodcock( shooting( Is permitted
'Strict Law E for from one-half hour before!!

I 'sunrise to sunjet. Dare hunt-
Ing is restricted afternoon:

For shooting from neon t to( sunset. .
it seems that some people! are all a 'w Dally bag limit for woodcock
for "strict law eiuorcemeat" 'until it his > is five with a total: possession "'

hits home then that a horse o$ mostly, of two Jays! bag. Th? daily bag
everyone for dove is 18 ,with a total *3

another:Starue's::) color.:: new Police Chief Kenneth has had 1 Harry-Anna Crippled Children's Hospital at Umatilla* possession According limit to the of 38.Orme and .'

Fuqua has been tHe target otf plenty : Fresh Water Fish Comm'ssion.: '.

ot HaU in recent weeks as a result of get now both seasons are statewide and *.

his efforts to deliver on a campaign of The the Drive For Crippled hunting will be permitted!! each '*

promise for strict law enforcement open day. o
by The second: phase dove "
what the people sea-
that was '
recently son will close at sunset on
wanted. 60 far he's been getting more Hosoital! November 30. Wos.cock hunting "

complaints than applause fruna, the the will! be permitted through :'f

public, but the "silent majority" is beginning Since nually. January 18.Brooker. '1
to speak out. This wteek The Hospital has volent and Protective Orc'er cf
Outpatient: !! clinics have also
received three letters supporting a continuous operation been Elks has begun an all-out effort -
Telegraph ment, establishment in 1913) established in selected!! to sell certificates in
in his efiforts! to areas of the support Farmer
Chief stale
Fuuua trolmen provided treatment for and hun- -of this worthwhile project.
enforcement in tine city. dreds of children are currently
upgrade onOctober stead of 2,600 crippled chil being treated: in these facilities. One of the first individualsto Injured When
The new chief took : under the Elks! ,
first dayS! his department only program which Financed mainly by Eik respond: to this financial Tractor Overturns .t
the seven
and in pro
7 ment, Lodges in Florida! contribu! drive was William H. Summers
issued 147 tickets for park- nUl'Slngcare, local Elk "'
dons and
also come from owner of the New
Crosby well-known
Eugene ,
ing"iolatlons.. It just so happened With convalescence, phy. ladles' organizations, civic Englander Motel, who( also( farmer cf the Brooker section :
: ,
: dentistry ,
that among the first violater.s: to get tion of entertainment, recre- clubs, :and: interested individuals. purchased a $100 Certificate.! was injured< at his farm last ,.

tickets were two city councilmen who, County educational training. Much support has also Certificates can be purchased Thursday when the tractor he 1

along with other members of tHie Coun- could be staff is compris- come The from wills ani bequests. In $100, $300 and $1,000 de- was operating overturned, pin

cil, let it be known that theY' wanted persons, and tha aver- increase hospital has been!! able to nominations. Smaller donationsare ning him underneath. .
of the in size
census: ranges from service always welcome in cash, Mr. Crosby was rushed to ti
the head of the department to be a each
year because of
In the tremendous
Bradford County Hospital,
; patIents Treatments clothing and equipment,
"working chief. Now it appears that placed provided in homes or support in sales of where he Is still a patient. His .

they've got one. the children' not in need Harry-Anna Trust Fund Cert'fi-: Mo/ make a purchase or donation : injuries Included several broken .
Before tagging the councilman's car, hospital! care. This cates to Elks civic clubs and contact Dr. Wayne Whif- ribs, and possible Internal

the patrolman went to the new, chief hours, to about 500 youth ant interested Individuals fen, local chairman or Walter injuries.
duty at Starke Lodge No 1802, Bene- :M. icing ..
and asked what he should 11I0 about -- .
the violation. ers

"Give him a ticket," Fuqua said. Chief
of the .
"The law applies to everyone'",'" Diarywith ,

Since then, those receiving; parking public. Letters to U.S.MAIL

tickets have included two members of drunk the pesticide. At the time,
the Police Department found in viola- DDT was held to be harmless
tion of parking regulations during off- ing f to everything! but the earworm

duty hours, as well as a sheriff's deputy County after and no effects.one was worrying about the Editor :

and other local "
"dignitaries. follow
Other traffic violations that have *
been receiving close attention by the

Police Department in recent weeks\ are from November 17, 1969 well-being of the place: in

the failure of drivers to come to a have As many of us remember, the which he lives and works is

full stop at intersections with stop One McGarvey stuff had been developed dur- left long without proper re
signs, and the practice of teen-age ing World War H and hailed Mr. Matthews: ward." Your reward may come
favored as a miracle
drivers using the streets of Starke as has pesticides may be in his war against weapon agricultural for man In reference to the letter :In terms of public recognitions !

a drag strip. enforce after Jan. 1, if the pests and to combat disease- dated November 11 from Mr. your present service cf law

"We're not trying to hurt anybody by the Pesti- bearing Insects. And for a while, H. D. Barnes of Graham. enforcement to our city and::
we're just trying to keep people losing a Council are ap- DDT did an outstanding job Even though I am one of the county, or maybe financial
from Fuqua Commissioner of Ag- until Insects developed an immunity silent Americans, I just have success. However, these "p ()
hurting F aqua de- He Doyle Conner. The and other compounds had to speak in behalf of the Starke per" rewards are more often

clares. recently met in Gainesville to be found to take its place.Objections police force. Doesn't Mr. less conspicuous. They are represented '
The chief notes that racing has been said she- and after hear- Barnes realize that policemenhear :! by the private satisfaction
brought under control and there has but by a number of rrr all kinds of stories and you feel when you be-

been a marked decrease in the including many con- excusesthey can only make long to the fraternity of spec- ;
num- As for adopted a plan of decisions based on the exist- :ial people who
ber are determined!
of "fender scraping" accidents has on : which will be sub- to the use of the ing circumstances. Everyoneis to leave the
; a little bet-
since stop-sign enforcement )has been to a Conner. pesticides is coming from con- responsible for his own pro- ter than they found it.
stepped up.Fuqua servationists who maintain that perty and If Mr. Barnes had
the job what a rare
rrr the chemicals are destroying locked the doors of his truck, fraternity
says the criticism miakes' him that 1st! Most of
very wildlife and us go through
upsetting the as some city ordinances require -
feel bad sometimes <-- especially when The 196'I balance of Nature. and left his brakes on life receiving instead of bestowing II
it is unjustified. But he doe n't let it tell the approved, agricultu- there would have been tire We are so( busy looking '\

get him down. After all, he lived sincere of the pesticides will 0 marks if l his truck had been ,after our personal affairs, that 1 J
through Marine boot training at Parris to obtain permits moved. we do not have time or inclination I
to discover what, if '
agents to purchase \
Island several How a man can so
years ago, and learned and commercial :Members of the agriculture give up 10 years of friendshipover anything, we can do for others. '
to take pretty much whatever is dished a month apply for permits industry, including farmers, a parking ticket Is beyond The great men of every age,

out.He Starke Department of Agri- are opposed to the controls my understanding. every country, every race, are
also has a sense of humior. In relating proposed regula- proposed and say that the pes- Does Mr. Barnes think! that those who have the urea to
some of the unpleasant episodes working the crops on which ticides are necessary for crop the police of any other city "afid: something" and who do
Chief Fuqua said that he be used b;.' farmers. production. They ask what they will take his word? If so, I something about It. They are
while he was His are supposed to do when a "great" inside before
!. am afraid he is under a great they are
campaigning, one community:) leader 0 crop Is being eaten up by an illusion. "great" outside. Even the

stated emphatically that what Starke plauded, infestation of insects. I believe that we have a police humble, unsung, unknown

needed was strict law enforcement.: been said 0 force in the city of Starkewe members of Uie fraternity
"That man came into the police, station of well the ex can now be proud of. According count, perhaps!! more than i.hey
ch DDT was used to the I read, ever
not long papers guess. They are part of
ago waving ai parking We as a control for From what we've read, the ,
ticket everyone is treated alike, rich the cream that rises to the top
and asked decision is
what ha\.e I got years up to Conner and
of many
zens and poor, those who have political of mankind's: history.
here 7" visited a farm and this comes at a time when agriculture -
best. power and those o Today, your untold numberof
"Strict Jaw ( of sweet corn be- is already beset by
enforcement, the Chief That surely Is somethingto friends here at Bradford
qua in
replied with a win. may by the farmer, and duction and hog and cattle pro- be proud of. High School are placing your
was white, so marketing. So
were If we in the city of Starke
Doyle now has names on the roll of this great
and the operator, another ques- have unjust laws and ordinances
tion,"to ban, or not to ban?" let's get them off of th unlimited!

books and get laws that are
your departments have provided
want, they forfeit something fair to everyone. If the police -
I The 58 Per Cent ) a woman's they need. Major decisions take enforce the laws and, by this of law school enforcement.during your It tenure is-

time, but too often teenagers so doing, one life is saved, well deserved. '
The ?
make purchases without think it is worth every ticket the c
g ing or planning police hand out. you and:! your departments
The best We voted Police Chief Fuquainto along with the Auxiliary Police
It was disturbing to see a report on way to avoid on-
Unit heaved:
Then : by Mr. Charlie -
the-spot decisions: take a shop- office on his promise of
Tuesday night's news on W'MBR-TV it's a ping list and stick to it. If the strict law enforcement and I Sheafter, under the direction
(Channel 4)) claiming that 42 per cent hear McCain list is followed, impulse buying hope that he keeps his pro of Chief Fuqua have been
of all teenagers in America :smoke Yes will be eliminated. With more mise to the voters, though ungrateful of countless assistance! duringcur

about the same percentage as grown- money saved each week, more they may seem. I, for football games and the
But, Agent long-term projects can be ini- one, will never refuse to patronize homecoming activities.
ups.This is cent of tiated. the merchants of Starke May we humbly say, "Thank
to be the
supposed enlight- that 58 After a teenager has been because of a ticket the police You "
ened progressive group of Americans. Since cost more than you splurging for a while, it's hard may give me. The policeman Most sincerely, .
At least that's what we've been led to than do You may find that for him to settle down to a issuing the ticket is only doing
believe by all reports. to use some credit. budget. Parents can helD with his job. The question of who is Ralph Diggs, Principal.Nov. ,
the a good Idea not to -
Every smoking teenager interviewed than would their teenager's moneyman- right or wrong can be settled)
you -
Come court
agement in .
in Jacksonville said he month. Remem- by refusing handouts 17 1969
smoking ,
WITH in the form of advances to I hope the other people of|
to be harmful to his heaJth. They Think not the cost of the regular allowance, even if the Starke will let the Police:! Open Letter to( the Citizensof

gave the same old excuses or ""reasons"as important. It's the going gets rough for the teen. Chief know that they are for Starke:
to why they began smokinigr.; your counts. When a teen can make a week law and order. He must have a In that there has been so
facts. Merry: Christmas much
: controversy and critic
ly allowance last very trying job.
It was the thing to do their friends through the
And New Year! week, and still have money with As for being "bullheaded," ism over the operation of the
smoked, it seemed grown up, _jc smoking which to plan for future pur- a man that will give UD 10.years Starke Police Department en-
SPENDING chases, he has accepted finan- of friendship for one parking forcing the law, I feel it is
in America
spent cial responsibility ticket regardless of who is time someone commended oar
last year. wrong, I would say is really new Chief of Police on a j Job
ten of them ,
well !
"bullheaded". done. Chief Fuqua ran for
Items they office on a platform cf strict
Buddy Davis
County buying loads their Sincerely yours, law enforcement and was elected
TELEGRAPH dressers with junk. Given National by the citizens!! of Starkeon
George GraudonsP.O. that basis, and that:\ is exactly
unprecedented ro-
ESTABLISHED ISTt and social swirl, SDX Office Box 1175 what he is doing, enforcIng -
Starke, Fla. the law.
spend for
money Sigma Delta!! Chi national!
advertisements It !is a real pleasure to be
: make them more Journalism society! last weekend !! November 18, 1965 able to use! the drop box in
McWean according to eco- selected H. O. (Buddy) Davis Mr. Kenneth Fuqua front cf the post office without
the Florida Agri- Jr. as vice president for Chief! of Police having to leave!! your car. In
FLORIDA ES S Service. academic affairs. City Pcllca(! Department fact, one has a certain: sense
( : compiled by the Rand Davis, a journalism profes- S Jrke, Florida of security! knowing we have

AS SO T 0. N show that Ameri sr ida,at the Unive'slty cf Flor- Mr Dolph, Reddish, chief!! alert policemen on duty at all
Is a former Starke resident -
16-19 age bracket Deputy Bradford County; times, not just part of the
and son-in-law of .
of $16 a week. Sheriffs time.
about dollar more Davis of Starke. Department If the same citizens that are
than boys do. In a The SDX election was at thesociety's Starke, Florida being so critical now would
) 73 per cent of annual convention In give Chief Fuqua the support
E. L. MATTHEWS, E4DoarslIr/see: .. said they usually buy San D'eR". roi 1 t. Cho'en ns Gentlemen Booker T.: and backing that Is needed; to

Published>> each Tkurwlcr;' ad akred m Karl they see. president was Frank Angelo, said "No man Washington once serve all the people we would

dun MaUer at tie .*.., Offlc at atar4' ltr'Istlla might be I'dtOIof the Detroit Free to aid something! who to continues have a much, better town in
infer Act W Mrck M, Mft.Subscription r as candy, ice Press. tertal. intellectual the ma- which! to live.Getting .
i cosmetics, but teen- Sigma Delta Chi has and moralDavis
In trade areas 1 year, .....; OwtaM 101 a ticket is a small
are also buying chapters for students. As -
trade treat 1 year, ..... vice was accompanied to( nmcunt to pay if one accident
; hi-fi e- president, Davis will' be concerned thr r-nve''"'%'' HI j hlv| ir". the !to avoided! or one life I li saved.
even automobiles. with the student chap former Marjorie Davts> of Sincerely
something they ters.
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I" "'he : Court IIIAY".Tlr. Int. Clrrult ('oiirt, and for Bradford -
CoraJuJte's... CuikulyKlurl ; In Circuit: Coue41Inhlh: ..lu.lldulClrviilt pin in a n action! tor IJ''ivorco' hAil been C"NP Xo.William. Virginia P. Darby A. I.
6'ut W I loess my hand and the (ountv. Kl-orlda llltolproot \ and you are H. Tnxton. Tlnlntlff.
>ln.In : In And For llriiil'urdCountr Seal of thla Court on the 31 dayof of pulillciitlon/ of thin notice filed nirnlnnt you Clerk of th> L 1 'o
nf your Defendant Deputy
to nerve n ropy Mnry I pnxton. r.\IoodY.
Hroltut Kilo No. 11 11111 .: > KloHdu. Cl: ll ActionIJui'llot October. 11)011. of the fictitious name of to It, -va- : T"- "ulahf..
It Action
drfenxon. nnv Nntlfe I Of
THERESSA III Itu: Ualuto:: u( t.llUun D. Nu. 1 Virginia R Hnrby Ail Interim Cardinal SI',,'''''. under whluh" tam written plnlntirr'n/ nttornev, Of Flfrl'laCounty / ClerkAiu
Obu""..., Uurvnsvd.Nutlcu C'uao Nu. Clerk Of The Cln-ult Courtlly .n."Ie.I.: In IUIHIIIUHH. nt 1!:>0Went whnna on the and nddremi laHnnnrable State Of lirndford .rt l'. Slmmon,
U( Fllinrf' 1'ctUlull For Wilbur VVooilxlilo.. Plaintiff. unumh M. ntaudy1)rputy Call 81: Stiirlte Florida. nnme Ptnrke. ,. Roy 3ir. Brnnaon, Florida
I preen 1 Pnxton
( AaiiiluiiiiruNutlue -vaOu'olhy ii. NV'oudslUc, JJa- of Nn.tltFla 'ex f ToIn..y: Attorney For The L'lnlntlttlllJ
By: Dorothy Mill Klnul JJI.cliaiKO u | Cleric DoltOln.lIur I Co. Flnrldn, and fll" the orlRlnnlwith JXddrena Vnkno\\n
flan fendunt.Nutlrn Albert C. Simmon, llrnnnnn FIn Inc. mil Florida Ave eotylwt 4t 12.1LFf1AL
the clerk of the > / You are notified thnt nn ne-
rhals Of Action
473-4518 Ihnt I
U Ilcrdy1"1 v'n Attorney For The t'lnlntlff Jacksonville. Kla. Z4tn fIIdarnlnat -
IIIIR been
court on nr lion for Dlvoiin
havu filed > >tlliunlor ula- State or KlurlilaCounty Dated tlilH. 21ril: day, of Ooto- ,
my | t _U-fl 4t 1121LI'GAL dnv of November lid1) otherwise you nnl, llnll are I required l XOTICHT'ntlee
Uf llriulfortlTo
'6 trlbuttuii and fur lliiul illuiliuitfeiwi ber. A. U. liiO'l! nt Stillko. Bradford
mnv be entered a copy of your la' hereby Riven tnntHenled
.:..IU'" :: Uiirulliy L. WoodalilaAcUlreHtt n JurtKment to serve
lie 1'lorldn10.8D .
AtliiiliiiMlriitur NOTICR County
.. Itnknown nunlnnt you for the relief de- written deffniei to 't. If any. lildn will received
Of L.U111III U. IIUIIICH| tlfUIMlBUll.and I will nut be rexponHlbli tar it 11-20 mnnded in tha complaint orpetition. on t'lalntlif'B itndiTMlnned' Attorney the office of riiialnena Manager,
nmlflt'il Hint notion
You arc nn
Hope Baptist Church that on Uuuiiubvr U lUUII.I fur IHvort'u, hna been. filed Any debts! other than these on or" before Uotemlier" Florida Stnte I'rlann, up to nnil
will apply ti> too IluuurnWuThm nod contracted by myBclf." Dullierti In The, Circuit Court RlahthJu Wltneas mY Imnil and the II."J 11. lOd1), and file tli- nrl" lnnl not Inter' than 11):1)0: A. :\f. Novemlirr -
Sunday School, 10 'a.m.; 'un A. 'UWII. CUll lit 31'Uouuty.FloriUu Juil"ain aarulnat to> verve you a copy"yuu of nro your required written Jordan, lluchCBtcr N. Y. llclnl Ircnlt or Flnrlilu. In of "aid Court on October 21, with the Cle"I.t thin Court 25 lino!, for approximately -
'Morning Woi-shipi at 11. Training and ,tor Llnullurd order of ulvtrlbutton > dofpusvH, to II. If any, on 10-30 4tp 11-20 And Fur nmiltoril, County 1991. either before .."Vll'" on Plaintiff .IT.OOI) II:a..ntl 1|>Plnii: .
lor nu ; FnctorvCuttlnir
hnnuallntrt.vthrrentter mixed, from llnrm
CIMI AC'r1OVl'nxr SEA ) Attorney or
Union 6:30: Eventing uiiil fur final alsi-luu'BO Plaintiffs umliTHlKiiiMl Attorneyon ( ...
p.m.; offered
vBtutaot or bctoro Uivonilicr" 1. ID'I'J' NOTIe-1' OP INVRNTIOV: TO % I>ln.
Worship 7:15: ; .Wednesday. evening a* Atlmlnltitiutur II. Oliainua nf tliu ilout'imvu.Ituburt and file the original with tlio utulx'rrat' e u"rrrloerN.131m Crumblpv DeAn Iinlpln, Aa Clerk of ftnld Court will be enterediRiiliiHt. you' forthe where and la Subject Tn YourInnPnrtlnn .
Lillian .'. Jr. Clerk of this Court either be- Pin Intltf, -VHJnn WarrlniitonHnlpln. 10.30 4t 11-20 relief demanded In tliu complaint. rrli.r To Diddltiir.ni
Prayer Service, 7:30 with Ulmiuua ,
.'. foro service on 1'l.ilnllff's At Notice Is liprt-by. Driven that Pefendnnt.NOTIPR ">< I. lien form 'cured from
Choir practice afterward. Telephone .Myron O. llox C.00(1( 'uvuttP. torney or Immediately there the underpinned. under the pro OP SUIT NO PRO In Circuit CnxrRluhlh. ..IinllclnlClrrnlt Witness my hnnd, and 5th the nuilnean Manager, Plurldn.Rnlford' StAte,
thin court on the Prison. P O. Box 521
4734188. Keyntuiie lloiBlits. Florida 32038 attar; otlierwlau tlvfault will VOIIH| | nf Chupter 20nni: Lnwn FEHTY In And Fur llrllilforil aelof ,
Adiiilnltttrutur be entered ntfiiliiHt you for the of Florida. Art nf 1911 will To: Wnrrlnirton TTnlpIn Cltll ActionDorkrt dAY of November 1009.SKAL Florida
The morning worship serviceat Attorney Xor 11-2: 4t ll-87 relief demanded In the Com- r<"srl t
Hope Baptist Church this -rrraearrrr- ran, --rrr rrrrrr-- .------..rr ter-- ----------- --- -- --- -
-- ------ -
Sunday will conducted by I a r-------------------y-------------
guest speaker, representing ,1I
Oideons International, who will III I
explain the work of this organization U.S.D.A. ORADf'A' QUICK FROZIN I 1 FLORIDA GRADE'A' 1I
of Christian: businessmen>
/banded' together for fellowship Young TENDER, PLUMP BROAD BREASTED I I

and the promotion ,of the Gospel i I

hundreds of Christ,of thousands which has of placed Bibles- 1 1 FRESHFRYERS j FOOD

In hotels, hospitals, prisons: and: II

schools.Bible Club Speaker TURKEYSU.S.D.A. j ; I

Guest speaker at the Mon i
j jI
day Nov. 24, meeting of the jj I FAIR
(New Life Bible Club at the I
mobile Children's:! Chapel at
Hope Baptist Church will be II 1

Miss Norma Sweeney, mission I I 1 @
ary to Brazil. Parents and interested FAMOUS BRANDS i
friends are- welcome at I I SUPERMARKETS 1I

this meeting to hear Miss Swee I GRADE C I I 9 C I 1
ney. Club! members are looking 17 to I WHOLE BAGGED I I
forward to meeting her, as one SAVE 10< LB Stock up early.

of their projects this year is to I. 1 24 I bs LB I I LB I. CLOSED THANKSGIVING I
.aid her to buy a typewriter to I 1
help in her work. Of added in
terest is the fact that Miss I I U.S. CHOICE BEEF POT 1 ;
Sweeney spent some of her 1 ;

childhood years as a resident- of I ROASTCALIFORNIA 78 LBI when Savings Count... Ii
Hampton 10 to 16 Ib I TURKEYS 41 <

We For Apologize the lack' of news this I .. 'LB I. J COUNT ON US !

week. A severe attack of plain i AGAR'5 MEAT. NO WASTE I
old fashloned "flu" which began
Friday and was still going I I RIBS 1 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES GOOD I
strong news gathering Monday prevented for this week.much I HAMS 5 LB $ 4191 I ROAST a a LB. SEVEN BUYS DAYS GOOD A THROUGHWEDNESDAYNOVEMBER WEEK.BONUS I

Please bear with us and we'll I ......"....... CAN II .1 i 26th. I
try to do better next time. .. I

In The Circuit Court Of F orUl"'
El.l>.h JiulU'liil Hrrult. la And farmer
For Alucliim County LEAN FRESH gray '
axU-OU '
Case o.B. Hlckw Jr., and Hazel
Htk Furnlee ttTruelucklRotvellJr. : e '
., and Elizabeth I". Rowell.
Amended his wile. So'SK'STcW..: ForeCloeun a t rr0aD
SaleNotlcs 1 1Iwot
la hereby Blven pur-
.chapter 703. Florida. 17 to
auant to 1/11a
an Statute Amended. 1907.Final that Judgment pur uant of to rAlla i u e e 24 Ibs_ 4510tol6lbi rooornlaa.ao .., .

fn0rJh.Toth d.? or Nov'-SElS cause D .aea1q eaalK IBSPKG
h1n above styled
1969. the ofFlorid.
In the Circuit Court LS.pNIE --
... Elllhth Judicial Clrcult
In 10tol6lbi. 49116
tor Aiachua, County __
!in Civil and Action :0.:0..: C8 .69. In
Furnle Trueluck

Jr.wile which. and are ElIz..beth Detendante. k Rowell the undersigned Clerk hla Holiday SAVE NX LB.QUICK FROZEN MEATY DRUMSTICKS OR *
A. Curtis Pow era.
or the said Court under said and Judlll-bY TURKEY LEG QUARTERS..29
virtue or the terms will Paul BRAND
wll offer ADY-to-COOK
ment auction to the FARMER GRAY Rf

cash hllllbeet eel a.t at and the public Front, beat Door bidder of the for TURKEY ROAST.2.29 SIRLOIN e All BeefFRANKS

Oalnesvllle Florida. on LiGHT DARK MEAT
""tweenj STEAKS
II j day the hoursoot: 11F00: ; AI and 2:00p.M Defendanta. : TURKEY ROAST...........Y.t.raasZ.59 CHOPS
,. the FurnDlerTrueluck RO-
well, Jr... and Jllzabeth;: L. RO- ORIf NDILL OR FRMZfROUf IN (WITH GRAVY) raoorala e

well The. hla East wire Quarter, tu Half-wlt.(:(5E(EI/i\) )of and the SLICED TURKEY......... 2L..1lO* 1.19 r.l;CY11CEU.S.D.A. 49< 12ozPKG

Southeast South Half (S'h) ot theNortheast QUICK FROZEN.ORADE'A'fOBNG
the <
Quarter INEI/,)
Eaat HaIr (E\.) or the DUCKS..L.59I
the Northwest Quarter (-I"'V''i) of
the ortheaet
acre In the
of the Sou thea.t Q uar-
of Section 6. Township -
ter ISE'i 22. East
South Range
8 however the portion o VALLEY WHOLI PANTRY PRIDE
July 30. 1961. and recGrded SPICED2lb SWEETPOTATOES
2U. lubUC
R. Roolt 147. paRe County PurplePLUMS
records of Alachua
Florida. s
AND ALSO: Quarter CXgU> > 1
of the Northeast Quarter ( ,Juihof ) WHOll KI N II.VACUUM PACKI* OIL
Range Section 22 East.7. Townshlo 8 29oz 12oz 4lPumpkin 29oz
AND At.sO: 5/l 4/l
Dlece.All of parcel the following or tract de.crlhe of land BOX CANS 4lFANCY CANS CANS

CountY otlnRBredtordnStute.

Flnrldn: Half CWVJ of th.
Northeast The 'Veat QuarterEtElt; of)

"of the"Sri"Section Northa!'! Eaat.HOWEVER 8. Township the 8 South.portions i Pantry Pride !I+G y' Vai4J-F/ 8 Ji i GEORGIA RED !r ,lrr I

of the fore.olng propertyeonvey..d GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS .
by deeds 9edanld /

O.OR.fecordd.R. Book Book Alachua 345 840.ease County..paice 216.Y public easeAlnchua Florida i i SWEETPOTATOES,1 ;i

and subject road-rIRht-of-way.to existing I
m..nta and

County o!The Dated Foreclosure.Amended aall Florida I shell In GLLlnrxvlle real;be Final this pro".rty sold 10th.to Judgment xntlatYs.lA day as of afores..hl i II i PIES FRESH BAKED i iI i i

November, 13x9. ,
Clerk Of A.The CCRTtS rircult POWERS Court I I 8" I II
By Emllv Waterhouse 39

Deputy Chrk It 11-20 I I I 3ib ( !
I C I SAVE 304 j I 39



I I I I PIES. 49*! I GRAPES..Lli19* .




Mince DIC20oi
dud OU &rrlc 8iaU. APPLES
Tj. ., ATLAS .
Badftl Term Road SenSe 4OOZ LARGE
PHONE ....7071 3/89 lOePKGS>
Wl N. Temple -



Service Station

/:$' .* pUs Lubrication
"Monarc l Tire tt Bctlerles RICEARONI- JELL-O Desert VITALIS LISTERINE

ROAD SERVICE Lindsay Flower *"<> ** >ml

SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic I

Letters all sizes, colors. Permit aN01'
*nt. for use on wood glass 4.5 oxBOXES 3/5l
nlpnt'c. na,er metal leather.
ANYTHING! -Bradford County
Tpti.i.*g"T>h. tf

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The New River Baptist 48 other Association associations ,. ,";if.;,,,/ 'U' ,.,:: ,!iIUJ(1; }!};'ff.otWy';: ; ., ''d! tJi'; !!I i; {:}.(JW. :. ., ;:;,.y' ..llfljj I rJti- ,<; ,/r

with .f
along < .
Veterans' Dny '. ,, 'SrVSjyD: ,t-4':..f:,. } .j,3: f'i'+i'i? wjri. ;.rN :. .Y:;, .h 'm
comprising the On Nov. 11th : :' <: ':
the : '\ ;><1! +tii fr .x. .:,,' \> ;. h '"'
Florida Baptist Convention, our meeting 'was opened by .l ? ;r :. ; li '
will observe "M" Night; on salute to the ding and one min !i
Monday Dec. 1. ute of silence was observed; In \ -
The M stands for mobilization memory of those of our armei -

and 1,433 churches In the forces who died In battle Patriotic KVZKGKXXMT BAPTIST' CHUKCH OF CUEIST BETHEL BAPTIST!>> CHURCH FIRST rKESBYTEJRIAN. .
will mobilize songs were sung, suitable LAWTBY. MornIng Sunday School. 9:45 a. ... ;
47 associations CHURCH. Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.:
their Training union Departments to the occasion. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School, 10 a.rn :Mornkw ,- Sunday Morship: and CommuaMI Worship. 11 a, m.; Evening. adorning Worship 11 a. m. Youth ;

for 'action. The meetings CIIURCII OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS WorMp. 11:15.: Sunday \Vtor" DinK service. 11 a. m. Xveolnc: Worship. 7:30: p. m.; Player Fellowship 8 p. m. Cbo1l'..practic.
will be Informative, inspirational Nominations of officers!! cf the Sunday School 10 a.m. 416 East Call St. MIcM: Mnrlc, i:3O. RlgDxay: 6:00. Meeting. 7:30 p. m.;; Wednesday ., Wednesday 8 p. m.

and will introduce the Senior Citizens!! club lo conductthe Worship Service, 11 a.m.. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 115. nortbweat of Lawtey.-H T. ".e.r W ctlnesday lea,!; Worship en10e 7 .-Rev. J. C. Heelers pastor Rev., Robert D. Buroo
for entertainment Evening Service, 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday School 10. Sacra .
church training program business and B. L. BeaDetpuCoI' nMinister Jack P. 1Iel1.1IA.JP'l'ON .
the 70's. More than 20.000 FlorIda for the year 1970 resulted Friday Night Cottage Prayer ment, 11:15.: p. MORGAN KOAD CHAPEL GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH

Baptists nre expected to In the election of Joe Kerrigan, Meeting. MondayPrimary, 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a. m Sunday Highway 100-A
attend "M" Night services in Press., Emma Morton, Treas., Thursday Night, Prayer Tuesday MIA, 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mom- CHKISTIANCIIURCII ; School 11:00: a. m. Morning
their respective associations. Dorothy Kerrigan, Sec. The office (Meeting In church, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Relief Society. lot Worship, 11 *. m. Pre,ter- Worship. 6:00 p. m. Training Sunday School, 10 am Morning

The New River Association la of vlce-pres. was left until Youth Service, Tuesday night 7:30: p.m. vice (Boo.ter. Hand Youoc Sunday School lit a. m. Morning Union. 7:00: p. m, Evening Wore Worship; 11. Training Union

comprised: of 20 churches and : our next meeting'! to be voted 7:30: p.m.Ivy -Dean Hansen People, and Prayer. Serrloe.l Worship at n: Evening aa1D 7 p.m. Evening! Worship,

one mission, with a combined upon. Helen McManus retslgned Luke. Pastor Branch President p. m. E",1I1C Warship 7 p. m Worship, 7:30.: Rev. C. F, Wednesday:JU PrumSer 3. Wednesday Prayer Meeting' ,

membership of more than 4,000In \ -as House Chairman in Midweek S i-vlce. Wednesday Kaiws, pastor. vice, 8 p.m.Rev. Don Drawdy,
Clay Bradford: and Union which she has done an excel( IYRNA BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. >1:. :R. Bower, D. D, Pastor .,
Counties About one-faurth of ent job for the past two years BAPTIST MISSIONU. pMtcr.
1 W3 W. Pratt St. Sunday serr .. .
enrolled + ..
the total membership Is with the assistance of her hus
8. 301 North, behind Taste
vices Sunday School 10 a. m
!in Training Unions In these ''band. Carl T. McMa'iUS.: For
Freez Drive In. Sunday .
Preaching, 11 tm.. Training
churches. mer Sick Committee members School 10 a.m. Worship Service I.
Unlcui. 3:45 m.. Evening Wor- ..
River : p. .A. ::
"M" Night for the Pete and Lilly Johnson, volun welcome. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer HI
hip 7 m. Everyone
Association will be held at teered to accept. House Chairmanship p.
-Elder A. O. :Flynn, pMtorSt. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday L? % l
Bayless Highway Baptist and Helen and Carl -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L. '* tt :7 h! for gcoj health and 'for the food that I r rt. y
Church Monday night. Dec. 1. McManus volunteered, to take
Marks Episcopal Criffls! associate pastor.
at 7:15: with Rev. George Cro- the responsibility of our sick Sunday Services have each day. I I am thankful for those near and dear to me that I can love
host pastor. A record committee
well as
attendance of more than 400 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTISTHlghxayJySe and in turn love me. I am thankful for the freedom of my nation: and that .'%
Is expected by Rev. Lawrence: Medicare kits 'were distributed 10 a.m. Church School 'N9t1h1UtLaWley. :

Carroll. Associatlonal Training to the members! for the 11 a.m. Family Service Sunday School 10.{..... I can worship as I please. I am thankful that God loved me so much
Union Director. purpose tif keeping records of Holy Eucharist! 1st and 3rd Mornmjf Worahlp. 11:15.: Sunday -,
Special music will be provided doctors visits and: stays in the Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd Night Service 6:30.--Rev. .j that he provided a way for my salvation. I am thankful that he is a I If

choir from hospital. Brochures medicines -nd 4th Sundays R, L. Bennett! pastor. (
by a Joint youth which be obtained f f forgiving Father. I am thankful that I can attend Church and worship i
several churches In the Association can

and a women's trio thro'igh: the National Councilof BROOKER .BAPTIST CHURCII CHUKCll: OK COD my Lord ::
from the First Baptist Churchof Senior!! Citizens! Direct Drug BROOKER, FLA. 422 N. St. Clair st., Starke. :

Keystone Heights A film- Service Wash. D. C. were also Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship I r,4r :.....;.....

strIp "Training: The Urgent given out.Letters Sunday School 10 a.m. Ron Services, 11 n. m. and 7:30 p. <.'

Now," will be shown and partially were received and Bristol Superintendent Training m. Prayer Meeting, Fi (day. 7:30: ,

pantomimed- a young lead from Senators Spsssard!' Union 6:45: p.m. Lowell p. m. Rev Chester J. Siiootpe', f 4

man. Douglas, Director Worship 'llUtoI'.
L. Holland and Ei J. Gurney
The speaker for this special< Don Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern :. >>
from Congressmen
occasion Is Rev. Stafford He- and Jacob II. Gilbert Outlaw, music director HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH :;
of the 2.000 member ij
bert pastor Theressa)
pledging their support for The (Highway 100 at
Lake Forest Baptist Churchof New House Rule 14430 which !sunder Sunday School-10 a. m .'

Jacksonville study by the House Ways FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Moinlng WOl'ship-ll a. m.
All New River Baptists are and Means Comm. headed!! by STARKE Tialning Ur.lon 0:30: p. m. I I ),
urged to attend the "M" Night ( .'
of service:
Wilbur C. Mills. The bill proposes Opportunities Evening W\uhip-7:1S\ : p. m. t,
actiVIties School, 9:45: a.m. Services 1 #3
to increase Social: : Security Sunday Wednesday NUht Player r'
payments by 50 per cent Morning Worship at 11: sermonby -7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle p >f
Sevices Friday over the next four years and Gideon speaker. Training Packhsun, pastor.FIRST I. \1 ;ai :

also make improvements in Union, 6:15.: Evening Worship,

For Mrs. EdwardsIn Medicare and:! M2dlcaid whichare 7:30: ; sermon. "Manna from ASSEMBLY Of' GOD I

Fort Lauderdale badly needed.:!!! Heaven: OF STARKE i a b 'Y''
-Youth Choir Prac { t:
Monday Went Weldon St. and Ralford y I
Mrs. Llllls iratthsws Ed. Senior Citizens Mrs. Jessie flee 7:30.: Road
died: Wednesday! Bowden and Mrs George Mc TuesayCarol::!, Choir, Sunbeams Sunday School 10:00
wards, 89 : : a. m. i
Manus In Bradford:! County 3:30. Children's Choir
are :
m:>l'lIlllg in a Fort Lauderdale: 11:00:; a: m. Morning Woishlp! : .
Hospital! alter( an extended ill Hospital. Both are doing well. Junior GA 4:25.Wednesday : *::00 p. m. C A. Services; 7:00p. : : ),
best wishes Weekday Bible ;
We all send
our -
ness She was born at Pro vi. m. Evangelistic ScrUces. >>
dance: in Union County (then and prayers for their speedy Class 10 a.m. United Thanksgiving Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Midweek M
Bradford County) oit D?c. 25, recovery. Service Prajer Meeting.>
1880, and was a msmbsr! of Church 7 p.m. GtllepIIEILBROXN >.
Our Christmas! party will be Pastor: T. E.

Calvary Methodist: Church, held on Dec. 16th. All membersand UNITED METHODIST I '
Lake! : Worth. Hr: parents were ;
to bringa
asked <<
guests are BAPTIST .
the!! late William and Ella Lid- gift costing at least $1. A fun SundayChurch School, 9:43 CI1VRC1I.: HIGHWAY 16 N. I S':::: 0.;\. f't '
dos r.Ialthsus. game will be played for sift Worship 11:00: 9:43 :: :
Edwards a.m.; Morning Sunday School, : a. m 't
hud In recent vssld2d years with Airs her. son-in-! exchange! led by Alex Morton, a.m.; MYF Snack Supper, 6:00: :MoinUic: Worship. 11 Tralotni. .r?, DM Uiwih I li God optotriiod, i.mr M tfiii."I U lor ipriodm, ,she' hnovlidgi ol'Hit lea --:\ T1lt,.. :

"law and davijhtsr, "11'. and p.m. MYF Meetings! 6:30 p.m.; UnIon 0:30: p. m. Evtnun Ser- 'y r /lor mm Mel.Nil iimmi. mm,to...,.....to that lea br ,lo"., hu ntighbor Without,' ;:.
Mrs.V.. E, Wllco win Fort All senior citizens of Bradford Evening Worship, 8:00: p.m. etc?, 7ao:: :.t:c\\' eek PrajerBer- +!:;t:7>5 ry HIK, 1'1 1 ho* ol. M, ,no, |o.iriimini or i ,iilr or way ol lid mil, lon"| i:: ( ::

Lauderdale County are cordially: invited !Mouday -Girl Scouts, 3:15: \vice 7:30.Res : :}: ,.ruviro, enl" rho. liiiJiim wdull.. n hoM lo 4oar mil, inovilobly,' urilh.. Thmloro, ivin :. :S
Besides a>L s. Wilcox she Is to our meetings to enJoY p.m.; Council on Ministries '. L Tummy Howe. PMtot :;::: horn a ulrltk pin< o< rig om ihouM tupporl ate Chunh tar 'the tako ol 'the willori d i? ;?

survived< by another daughter, our program. Next meeting!! will 7:30: p.m. I: el( Kimiorl/ ono"" Nit '-il,. liyni. .itnt. he....tr, i MI'!!. Dorothy LI!! and two be held on Nov. 25th at 1 p-m. Tuesday-Brownies, 3:15: p.m. OKAIIAM BAl'TIST CHURCH : m Hw Ckorih btcouu It(I Itlll thi. truili, about, mon', lid, diaMi and diiliny the' ::'
sons William! an:!! Rutfln Ed- in the Recreation Center, Pratt Wednesday Children'sChoir Sunday School 10 a: m. Morn I;::rS:> tnrrfi wfiKh.. ohm wiH Hi him. ,ITH lo Hvi 01 o child ol Cod OliN 10"r ,,::-:{
traces\ ; nlno grandchildren! St.With Rehearsal 3:15: p.m.; n;,; Worship, 11 .a, m. and- 7 p _j: : Col.man. Ad. s., :
and three Srent-g:'c1ch1ch.en.! best wishes for a happy Community Thanksgiving Ser n>.-- Rev Fred' Johns, pastor I.,, ,
Funeral services will[ be heldat and healthy Thanksgiving for vice, 7:30: p.m. IIij
2 p.m Filday: In Fannin all. DeWitt T. Farabee Jr., PastorDiscount :NEW: KIVEU BAPTIST {
-Joe Kerrigan Sunaay School 10 a. m. Morntng \
Funsral Horns!!, Fort Lauder. : i
Worship, 11 a m.
dale. 7 p. m. Evening Worhlp, c w .

8 p: m Wednesday nlahtller./ '
vice 7:30: p. m Everyone wel
come,L. L. Parker pastor. i


Lake Butler SERVICE 11 1 :

First BaptistCentennial : '. GULF SERVICE 984-7231.
Ph. ;
Bill Edward i
Phone 984-8111
: AND Carl Hurst
outlet Tire TnilngHeadlight : .

The First Baptist; Church ct HAUL RENTALS Adjmtlac :i

Lake Butlsr began! its Centen Service : ..,
nlal Celebration last Sunday Truck Trailer
night ttii.h nn old-fashlon d Wheel Balance and ,
Electric rates have gone lamplight; service using can. Complete Lubrication Allen..nt.i

down eleven times since 1957! dIes and kerosene lamps to Minor Tune-Upe

simulate conditions when the :. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE t
When >ou compare the( history of ilies tt>
in 1957.1 years: ago. An old pump All Minor Repair I
electric service: r.itesith! the way i u;as PHONE 964-5899
wns Installscl::! for the occasion '
your other costs han. "e risen tltely'n= ler, then, that >ou're organ and! was played by Mrs. 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple AT*. -Starke .

you get a pleasant !surprise. While wing\: electricity so much: mm.i- Mildred Hlvers and. Mis.! T, M. I STARKE BUILDERS ::

inflation has been pushing: other d.i>.s..tosave! you \\ork, to make{ Rlherd.On Hlwar 301 and 100 t: .

prices up, the price of electricity home more comfortahle, to bring: SUPPLIES, Inc.Featuring ;
Sunday N:>v. 23, Cantennlnl i ;
climri..cio\\n..cKmii.Iii entertainment. There'.s nomatch tilt S. Temple Starke LAWSON .,
has gone you :: activities will be conclaied: !! Ace Hardware .
(for llameless cle lric..lhe oUoumi schedule: i :
fact: the average price paid per with the : Complete Paint Supplies '
Sunday School. 10 a.m. MornIng c MEAT MARKET :<
kilouatt hour hy fI'l."cncd fontbiggest::\: bargain\: in lour huJgut.\: Worship, 11. Picnic basket and Sporting Good t

ttl' lunch 12, noon. Centennial: Check With Ua Flnt" AND COLD STORAGE!: 1m j ".
1=1='t. agennt, 2 p.m. Rv.::! L, O. Sheffield .
.. ... :
.' pastor: of the church from 219 Waahincton St. 964-5270. EDWARDS We SpeclmUw: la Custom alaua.hur ti t :

1935 to 1039.!) will bring the int.I Cutting and Wntpplnc ? ;:

mornlnj message. i Gn _.ry and MarketGrecwle.1 Prepared for Deep Freese ;:}:: '.

The public it cordially Invited
.' 19D1DA >Meata Feed WHOLESALEr 1 .-
., :-
-; ( .1-1-- to attend the::! Sunday ser r :s: '
vices and enjoy the events and,. GAS AND OIL 964-7051 ::::
fellowship with members of I EST

the conmegaUon.K1NGSLEY/ Ja k and Gladya Edwards PALMETTO STREET ..11 .
:1 ONTROL ': '
s ::: : U. S. Sol Switli Stark. ;:::
I Y. a oaw I rAl'CI' PRONE 944-5312 j}1

Sunday School: 9:30: ; Training { BRADFORD COUNTY 1;z
10:15 Morn.ng
Union : a.m.; I
1 .Worship 11 a.m.: Evening Wor- 53* E. Call St. Starke Fla. TELEGRAPH
i iIM
1 shIp 7 p.m.; prayer Meeting
Pkras 964-5745 for FREE
7:30: Wednesday.: ; ;: OFFICE SUPPLIES d t
Interim pastor, Rev Fred CUOM and Eatlmatea. -
4 4U'li

4i i Airpark Baptist Church CO. ADDING MACHINES r
Morn. 1 -::
-- --- Sunday School a.m.; !
Ing Wor hlp, 11:00 a.m.; EvenIng WILLIAMSJEWELRY. <
Worship. 7:00: p.m.; (Yeti.Prayer .
Meeting and Bible Study Better Service For Yoor PHOTOCOPIERS;: from $99.80
; Book of to $625. Take the drudgery out I;
Study on
7:00 p.m. ::<
of .
Problem work
Sheffield Pastors Title paper :-:
C. J.
i. Psalms.: +
Everyone ll'clcomP.NORTFISIDE Official ClaM; Reap Abstract LEGAL FOR IS. ':

Keep ake DlaMoadaBULOVA -: .'
CHURCH Title Inaurmmce ;.
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1 Schedule of se/vlces: Sunday 142 W. Call St. Stark :;;: rk'y .
Can Ph. 9" f
School 9 :::45 a.m. Mornln lea W. :::
::1 :
.; Worship 11 a.m. Training Un P...... '".70&4 %

ion 7:30 and;: Evening Service CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATTVE, Inc. i (.

6 D m. >> .

-17 meeting Thursday 0:30 p.m.Teachers prayer officers meet .Owned By ThoM W* Bern fa TwH NorihMurt Flwlda Covatlea ""HUlpta. ()a*...Mn Lire Better :*,:

ing 7:30: p.m. EJedricsDT"-[:.,..... Hsljlt.Pkae. 47X- 111New :11f:: :"
I 1 II(.11 1 I IM: I.A I III>=Ni.11,1.111"' 1 1 1 Hili 1 I Y!Wi..,U. ..H., k r.i..1..).h....u. .M in I'ri7 t The Church that Preaches ;: ir :. ;

What the Bible Tenches. ..: ..+ !,:.
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IS THE PLACE 6 p -4'''

k TO SHOP! s,

Santa Takes To The Air .

They're All Loaded With Christmas Gifts SAY: "NO MORE 301 FOR ME .

f That Will Amaze You This Year. Even I MIGHT NOT GET BACK AT

New Stores Have Been Added To Starke's

r Ever-Growing Retailers .
.:. You Can Travel To Gainesville Or Jacksonville -
To Do Your Christmas Shopping
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Why travel out of > STARKE to do your shopping? Every"fli! -
". ; If Santa Goofs thing you want is right here .and you don't have to fight the cro ds'f' WITH EACH PURCHASE

on the street ond in the stores. The time you would use in travel, you
1 can use in actually shopping. Here, you don't have to deal with inexperienced I

..::!: _e defies, there's plenty of parking space and, because You'll save time and money .
your local merchants are your neighbors, they will do everything pos because each store will gift" _
wrap your purchase in theirsible
to make shopping a pleasure.
own lovely paper (without store
name) tying them with gay ribbon -
Another Trip r#! .
: ready to go under the _
'*' When you shop at home, your money stays at home help f't
And You Lose ree I! s
s Attain i ing the entire community through your merchants' taxes and dona ,'.. 9
tions. His better business means more jobs, better pay more civic improvements ,, )
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SIZE - - $10.99

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RI B ROAST 98 muscatel Brush bird with mixture of equal ports melted Land O' Sunshine Butter
LB and cooking muscatel Fold up foil edges to form boot four. inches deep cover WHITE OR YELLOW FRESHtop
of bird loosely with another foil sheet sealing edges Place in shallow pan
GOV 'INSPECTED QUICK FROZEN bake in preheated 429' oven 3Vl hours for 14 pound bird See Arrow foil banInstructions
for other lira, Remove 'foil from top of turkey lost 20 30 minutes toparmif.v.n

FANCY L E G-0- LAM LB 79c Bole PEPPERIDGC browning.FARMNO..O Preparation timet 24 minutes. Co rn

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I rw STONE- HEIGHTSMELROSE 1 li", \VOICS. of theSPORTSMAN j Election Keystone Outcome Election

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engagement:T of their daughter:!. .... .. Easy To Forecast

Keystone HilifesBy / Janis Larlmore. to Rodney Fellowship Club
Carlton Paul son of Mr. and HI! Sportsmen it's time ter ,..,. TlMM' catches! were reported
Elects Officers another look at Sports Report to me from Shlpman'sfor
Mrs. Carlton Paul. of Keystone
I JIM FOX Heights. The wedding will take For New Year for another week. Yjt havln' last week. Mr. and Airs. Keyscor.s He.'1hts' City Election :! Twj Incum'en.sna Winans

Pleat Plio... I in Y wr Item 473-4 US place in the Little Church on any luck? Most of my hunter Dan O'Rourke caught 37 Specs: ; on Tuesday.: Dec. 2.111 and James Cook-whose terms

I- the Prairie. Tacoma on December The Novembbr: 13 covered friends! are doing pretty good Bob Cottingham, 25 Specs Mr. be a mere formality. The out expire in Decembsr-were not
16. of the this season from what they tell and Mrs. Harry LadeN, 33 come is a foregone cOlclus: olt, candidates:! for re-Jlsct.on to
dUh luncheon meeting at Specs; Nick Valenty, 22 ;Spec3 Every candidate: on the:! ticket the Council.: Ne'.vcomsrs in
WOMAN'S: CLUB Ed Edelstein was a patientin Fellowship: : Club; was largest me.Fred Johnson of Starke came and 4 Bass; Mr. and Mrs. will: be elected Council competition.: Livingston -

The regular monthly lunch- BOWLING NEWS. Alachua General Hospital the Masonic Hall with the down last Thursday and told Aaron Klrkland.! 30 Specs;:, Mr. For the first time In recent !is employed by the Du-
eon meeting of the Keystone The Northeast Florida Travel last week. He Is now at home attendance since last me he killed: a small Buck and Mrs. Jce Patrick, 28 Specs; : years.: there are the same Pont Company and Re.'Iearn

Heights Woman's Club will bf League played in Sanford on and Is fDeling! much bet'.er.: ter.Mrs. Sunday. while he and Edward< Marvin Coddard, 20 Specs and number! of ca .'.d.\t3! runningas is an insurance ule'ma:!.
held on Tuesday, Nov. 23. at November 9. DeWitt:! C. Jones NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB William Bam Sr., president Christmas of Lake City, were 5 Bass; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie there are offices to be fill Cook is reno tnclnJ his Council -

12:30: p.m. at the clubhouse.Mrs. team, comprised of local participants Miss Norma Sweeney a missionary opened) the mating:! and hunting tceher.: This was the McLachlln. 30 Bass: A. W. Do ed. Therefore, no matter how .seat to become a candidate
C. J. Yaudls. Director played against Bell- to Braz.l: will! be guest called on Mrs. Axel "Ialmgl'en.who second killing Fred was in on zey and Dad W. A. Dozey itame few votes a candidate gets, for City Tax As'essor. a position : -
of District V of the Florida air Lanes of Ormond Beach. speaker at the New Life BibleS cff red thanks. The tables in two days. I say "Congratu In with 80 Specs: Mr. and Mrs. he'll ba elected. he has hU: previously.:!

Federation of Women's duos The local team took four Club at their regular meetingon were decorated small red lations: Fred!" Crouch had 20 Specs. The City Council met:! Tuesday Incumbent: Assessor John: G.llis:

will be guest speaker.: All points with a total of 3929. Tuesday: Nov. 25. The meetIng poppies furnished by American I also heard that Earl VoylesIs Uncle Alfred Hudson i and night and approved: petitions did not qualify! far r-clsction.
members are urged: to attend Neoma Nelson. of Jones team will be held directly after Lsgicn Auxiliary: Post 202 in having good luck with the friend James Brock cf Gainesville prc'ontd by the follow Mayor Ray Stares:! !is unopposed -

this 1mprtant meeting. at had high single game of 205. 'school. Parents are invited to keeping with Veterans Day. birds. caught 6 Bus In :u>ch- ing candiJates: for re-election to his office

which time they will elso: hon- Mable Smith had high series of attend and hear this special Special guests, who were tfl. Jerry Payton of Keystone loosa Tuesday, all were nice For Cy! Council:: three:! and: :Mrs. Aughtiy\ Vanes,
or Mrs. Yaudls who will soon 705 followed by Mrs. Nelson presentation.Miss trcduced included Mrs. Betty who is a member of the fighting sized, and they caught f in places to be fllladi'-Roy Watkins incumbent :tax: ccilecor.:: is also
retire as District Director. with 700. Sweeney, a former resident Gratzmiller, of Pittsburgh, Pa., Keystone Indians Football Newnans Lake Wednesdar. (!Ine'.imbJnti.: Gay Livingston : unopposed in her bid for reelection. -

Hostesses for the luncheonare of Hampton and: Gainesville who is a huse guest of Mrs. Squad, killed his first deer re Guess that about dooz it for and Huitley: Rjifarn: Jr. .
Mrs. R. L. Walker Mrs. E. BINGOBingo will discuss the role of Ethel Weyman: and Mr. and cently. His father John "The another week so I'll close. for
Timmins. Mrs.\ C. Ha erstroh. Is played every Friday a missionary and will explain Mrs. Harrison of Tuckerton, Ole Pro" also killed:! one recent now. Until next week, "Goodbye
Mrs. Fremont Tolles. Mrs. N. evening at 7:30: at St. William's specifically what her duties! !N. J., who are winter visitors ly. "Congra ulatons! to Jerry, and good luck!I" Hornets Sting Late

Morgan, Mrs. Axel Malmgren. Catholic Church. These games are during her stay in Brazil. living in Like Geneva. Mrs. and John. On November 8th Richard ;

Mrs. N. Stitchberry and Mrs.\. are open to the public.On The children have been Batcheller is the sister cf H)us. Things didn't look ,too bad; Denmark, son of Mr. and Mrs. I

Don Wallace. Saturday evening start- working and running errandsfor ton Driscoll. on the Fishing Scene this week M. F. Denmark, of Little Like:
ing at 8 o'clock bingo enthusIasts their parents for the past;: Mrs. Beam Introduced Mrs. especially considering the Geneva, Journeyed to Live! Oak Upset Indians 2015The

DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB are invited to play at the month to earn money to donate Jams Drew, president of the weather we had.: to visit his brother-in-law and
The Keystone Heights Dupli- American Legion Hall on Highway towards: an electric typewriter, Keystone-Melrcse American Legion Griffin's Lodge (east shore sister, Mr. and Mrs. Avery D.
cate Bridge Club did not meet 21 north. which they wish to donate to Auxiliary! who presentedthe Santa Fe), reported some nice Davis Sunday morning hs1 joined :Mayo Hornets manageda utes. After trailing 15-7 :Mayo
last week due to conflicts in! Miss Sweeney. Fellowship! Club with an catches last week. Roy Griffin with a hunting party tio ,he come-back effort, scoring decided to tighten things up a
the schedules of regular at TEEING OFF! MISS FOX HONORED American Flag. Jha Kersey guided John Sodowski and White Springs area t and tagged 13 points in the final 4 minutes bit. Buchanan went in from the

tendants. All bridge: players In- Members of the Woman's WITH SHOWERS accepted on behalf of the club, caught 13 Bass last Saturday. his first deer since he bgan:: to upset the Keystone Indiana 4, closing the gap to 15-13.who

terested in joining! the group Golf Association enjoyed an Bride-elect Miss Jackie Fox, and Mrs. Nell Orays :l. chap- Sunday Roy and. Mr. Bambers hunting with his father a-t the by a 20-15 margin last :Mike Hick. Offensive with End his fine

are cordially invited to attend Odd Tournament at their regular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett lain, offered a prayer of thanks- had caught 9 Bass since last age of five. The deer wasi an Friday night. led the Hornets missed the extra -
The Indians scored on their ball pia)lng,
the weekly sessions. The:! gamesare play on Thursday morning R. Fox, was honored with giving. Mrs. Drew's address was Friday. Monday, they caught 7 8-pont! 150-lb. buck. Richards have it That same:Mikeflicks
held at the clubhouse. For Nov. 13. The ladies::! were two bridal showers and a tea: one of dedication to the United! Bass, and: Tuesday Mr. Barn- brother-in-law also bagged a opening called back.play,However only to, Mayo's took point.an 8 yard pass from Del-

additional Information con- only allowed: to use half their during the past weeks. States and supporting President berg caught 8 Bass and 14 7-inch spike.Members Hornets took the forced punt ton Buchanan in for the win-

cerning the play. pleas:! con- total handicap on the odd- On Thursday: evening. Nov. 6, Nixon and all lawmakers that Specs. Roy caught 4 Bas and of the hunting:: par- back to Keystone's 42. Several ning TD, with only 19 seconds -
tact Mrs. Fremont Tolle.i or numbered holes. Dottie Parks Miss Fox was honored: with a peace might be obtained through 4 Specs on Wednesday: fishing ty Included Richard and :It, F. plays later, fullback Lang left in the game. Unfortunately -
Mrs .H. T. Dent both of whom won low net for the 9-hole miscellaneous bridal shower Icyality to the principlesof alone. Mr. Bamberg! caviht 3 Denmark of Keystone He"rhts' Oglesby ran In from 6 yards the Indians were unsuccessful -
are listed: in the local directory. group and Alice Nibert won a given by three ladles who work: freedm. more Bass on Thursday. David Mlllan of Jacksonville; out for Ma jo's first score. with their last sec

orlze- for low putts. !in her office at the University The business meeting followed Shlpman's Camp (west shore Bob and Bill Reed, anil Bo, Hicks extra point gave the Hornets ond effort. The Indians ran
LIONS CLUB In the 18-hole competition, of Florida. The hostesses included with the nomination: of 1970 of- Santa Fe) ala, reported a good Mark and Avery Davis. of Live a 7-0 lead. all the way to the 2 yard line

TURKEY SHOOT Sue Dwyer won first place, Miss Suzanne Rule, ficers presented;: by President week.with more fishermen out Oak. Keystone set things right In only to be stopped by a lone
Joe Wildt publicity chairmanfor followed by second place winner Miss Deborah Crown and Mrs. Beam. T.i. following were elect- than usual for this time of the middle of the second quar. tackler as time ran out. Not
Lions Club. Martha Hayes. Miriam The 15 guest Baker did this tackler save the
the Keystone Michael Potts. 0 anlmus vote: President ter. Quarterback Donny only
by -
announced that the club will Cantrell had low putts. were' asked to call at the latter's .ed Fern Hanson; Vice broke loose and galloped 44 game but he saved the Su-
sponsor their second turkey Pro Ed: Rogers! sponsored a home between the appointed Mrs. Ethel Weyman; Zone Meeting doing some Christmas snapping yards down the sideline for a wannee Valley Conference
Mrs. ( thanks too Lou
shoot on Saturday Nov. 22, Calloway Tournament on Saturday hours of 7 to 9. Mrs. Nettle Well AttendedBy last Tuesday. My TD. Joe :Moore[ then ran in for Championship from the gripof
President of
Vice nice sllcper-
2nd for the pair
starting at 9 a.m.. and lasting and Sunday. The entry Guests were received by Miss the 2-point conversion, put- the Indians.
throughout the day. The shoot fee was only $1, and the individual Fox. her mother, and the hos Smith! : ; Secretary, Houston Secretary District.Lions socks she made me recently.in Handy ting the Indians ahead 8-7 at A disheartened Head Coach
Driscsll responding They'll really come
contestants could enteras ; Roy Bajless made these comments -
will be held in th.e"BC ut lot tesses. The hostesses presented and cold weather Lou half-time.
Ison with this
18 hole scores as they Mrs. Emily ; the second half in on the game: "Our Of-
adjacent to the American many the honoree with a "chlpndIp" Sixty-eight Lions attendedthe makes slipper-socks, along Opening
Legion. Hall on Highway 21 wish for the two days. Merchandise set as a remembrance of Treasurer, Julius Hanson.the anual District 35-L Zone Meeting with other novelties In her style, the Indians wasted little fense was looking pretty; good,
certificates were awarded Arrangements for with the Keystone Heights time increasing their lead. After but our Defense just couldn't
north. the occasion.
Mr Wlldt said: that dsna-: to the winners. The home of Mrs. O. J, Mur- Christmas dinner were discussed Lions Club as hosts Monday spare Christmas time gifts., and sells Lou's them mother, a 65 yard drive, Joe Moore containlo1)O'S: Offensive at-

tons will be $1 .and that proceeds Bob Hayes came In first rhee, Jr.. on Highway 21 north during/ the business meeting night, Nov. 10, In the Masonic Mrs. Ruby Dyal of Gainesville, drove in for the final yard. tack. Donny Baker placed a
authorized -
( another and Mrs. Weyman was Ron Strickland booted the extra good game, and moved the ball
will be used for the place for one score on was the setting for a miscellaneous was a Monday night and Tues
club's charities and thslr! building score he tied! for third place) ; bridal shower honoring t> approached the Wo- Hall.District Governor Lee Hollo- day guest of the Millers. Gary point, making It 15-7. well on the ground. Joe Moore

fund. For addition information Bret Cole end: Don. Shackleford Miss Fox on Tuesday evening, man's Club first and then Gar way of Palatka, Deputy District Templeton of Atlanta, Cat wasa Keystone found itself pretty and Jack \Vlngate both ran well.
contact any member of tied for second place honors; Nov. 11. Hostesses for the shower den Restaurant: second in regard Governor at Large and in supper guest Thursday might hampered due Injuries, Full- Chipper Hague was good on

the local Lions Club. and Kent Cantrell, John Bs'.dler. included Mrs. Murrhee, Mrs. -catering this event. charge of Eye Wills for the :Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilson and back Sandy Grajson, one of the Defense again

Boy Hayes and: Gene Hack George Massa, Mrs. Jorge Val Nonmembers of the Woman'sClub Florida Foundation:: for the son Robbie of West Palm[Beach finest players, was out alter 90
Statistics Rushing yards.
for torn in : :
SUGGESTIONS er all tied for third place. expressed the opinion Blind discussed :Mr and surgery
:MAILING Idejuli Mrs. James Beeler, this program/ spent last week with 59 jards. First
his Quarterback DonnyBaker Passing:
Local postmistress Gladys Each Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Edwin! Bennett and Mrs. that the new cluthcusa was built and also presented a Lifetime Mrs. Tom Norwood. The =Nor leg.was Injured twice duringthe downs: 6. 83 jards lost in
Tlllis has oftered the following Rodgers is sponsoring a "Dog Charles McGlave. to serve this community and has Membership Award to Mrs. woods spent part of the week and sidelined fora Penalties.The .

suggestions for mailing packages Fight" Tournament for all White carnation corsajss has facilities that far exceed Kitty McGlave for her work as taking in the sights with their few game minutes. Bobby Hurner Indians, who are now

and cards before the men golfers who wish to par. were presented:! to Miss Fox any rstauiant In the eiea.. A president of the Ll nellas. A guests Tom's sister and< bro took over for Baker while he 7-2-0 for this season, host
Christmas! holidays. We feel ticipate. These are 18 hole and her mother, Mrs. Everett turkey dinner will! be served at $100 contribution Is made by ther-in-law, Mr. and Irso, Peterson rested. Hurner was a starteron Greenville this week. This closing -

that these !uar< 'st'.3-s! will! be tournaments with blind partnerships R. Fox, upon their arrival. a cast ct SI.25 to club members the Llonellas each year to the of Colorado.They vIsited\ Defense, as well as back- game will' start at S p.m.
beneficial to our readers. drawn at the completion Guests were received by the with: the balance to be paid Foundation for the Blind In St. Augustine :Marlnelanod! and up Q. B. Steve Heptinstall took at Gary Cooper Field.

Gift parcels to be fa wardedto of the matches. Joe Pet. honor guest, her mother and from the club treasury.: Nonmembers the name of their president. Silver Springs. over at Fullback slot, filling
distant states should be rock and: Herb Williams were the hostesses and were then Kcuse( guests only) In addition to the Keystone :Mrs. Llnnie Norwood hats< returned in for Grayson. \Ve all wish

mailed: no later than December the winning combination in invited into the party rooms will pay the full amount of S3. Lions, members were present from Miami, where\! she Sandy a speedy recovery.
13. The name and ad-'ress of last week's tournament. which were decorated with arrangements RE. srvatlns, and the money, !from Gainesville (UniversityCity saw her doctor, and visited! Fourth quarter action was
both the sender and the ad- of fall flowers accenting mu.st be in the hands cf Mrs. Club), Hawthorne, and In- some friends. sluggish until the final 4 min- KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
dressee should be enclosed in HERE 'N THERE the red and white mo Weyman or Mrs. Ison not later terlachen. It was the largest
Ernie and Mrs. J. D. Mo.itello:
Schaeffer and Mr.
each package and the parcel George tif. Miss Pat Cuendet::! was pre than N vtaub.29., turn-out ever held for a zone
should be addressed on only Tomes are patients in the V. siding at the punch table. New officers will be Installed meeting in this district. of Jacksonville, were weekend W Conner NamedUF
Gainesville. We guests of :Mr. and Mrs. E. .
one side. A. Hospital In The 40 guests were invited to at the dinner, and will officiate Dinner was prepared and ser-
should be in wish both of them a. quick re of 8 meeting, ved the Llonellas! Revels. Alumni
All packages call at the appointed hour at the January by !, and a Carl and Judy Thomas and
strong fiberboard boxes sec- covery. E. Magann vIs. 8 p.m. Miss Kathy Robinson! when 1070 dues will be collected. highlight of the meeting was daughter Lori, and Billw and Head For 1971
Mrs. Henry
urely wrappei in heavy papsr the George cf Green Cove Springs kept a the announcement that JamesS. Christine Weber of Jacksonville : : DIRECTORYBEAUTY
her family
and tied with strong string. ited of the many Sapp of I/uvtey won the
weekend. list for Miss: Fox Members were sorry to hear visited therl parents) :Mr.
Addresses must be legible! to Schaffers last she received. The automatic shotgun: given away Commissioner of Agriculture
nice gifts Sun-
CharlotteWad.worth and Mrs. James Bobbins
noat herhome cf the., illness of Mrs. SHOP
Mrs. A. Nelson Is
Insure proper and fast delivery. hostesses presented the honoree of Hawthorne. Wll- by the club.President Doyle Conner has been named

Zip Code is a "must" as thisis on Lake Geneva family following and with an electric frying l1afn. eyrolds., Sr., in Bead. Leonard! Jones announced day.Mrs.. Techla :McGri.ff of'Jack- 1971 president of the Universityof -
of determining the a visit with of the that work Is expectedto Florida Alumni Association.! KEYSTONEBEAUTY
a pan as a remembrance and Mrs. Mary sonville visited her mother,
frd ,
En- .JJispital
on parcels before they friends in Pennsylvania. start In January tha new The election took, place last
postage OcC iSbn. n'11-.ajiti.. l'Jll1ell.. who needs on Mrs. II. T. Smith, ami her
home she visited members SHOPEDITH
mailed.If ruote Mrs. $13,000 combination Lions! Den Saturday during the annual
are Mrs. Harold Sutton and ca11 him aunt, :Mrs. Ruby Wolfe recently. -
someone has to mail a of her family living in Richard Sunderland: entertained m on shopp and civic center which will be X, :M. and Iva SmltJh and alumni meeting at the univer. JOHNSON Owner

package at a later date. Miss Greensboro.Mrs. Miss Fox with a tea at Mrs. auu '*&9.Ua.ryto*''(* ;. go built on the club's property on daughter Terri of StarkeM were sity. Personal and Creative HaIr fltyl-
Tlllis has suggested: that they Raymond Starnes Sunderland's home on Saturday lag .\ '.>,... Nightengale Street.It their supper guests Thursday hit Every Form of Beauty
use Specal! Delivery Special in the J. H. Miller Health Center 'afternoon Nov. IS, between the was also announced thata night, and :Mr. and :Mrs. Keith Conner a native of Bradford Culture TuN.-&&. 9-5; closed .
Handlin; and Air Mall, which for major surgery last hours of 2 and 4 p.m. turkey shoot Mill be held Cheshire were supper guests County, has a career in Florida Many.
week. She is now at home and ties and small urn potted government dating back: U>
provides faster transportation.The Floral arrangements of ca- Saturday: Nov. 22. at the Amer- Friday ngiht.
reports that she is feeling plants. Th Toy Shop will feature his first election to the Houseof BUILDINGIATERIAL:
Post Office Department mellas and fall flowers were ican Legion Hall on Highway Paul, Lee and Greg Stirand-
has suggested that if you planon greatly Improved.Mrs. used to decorate:! the party stuffed animals, pillows 21 north. The public is Invitedto berg of Jacksonville spent Representatives in 1930 at HARDWARE
mailing fruit that It be R. F. Howe and her rooms. Bridal bells were usedat with gay faces, dolls, animalsof participate in this event.INDIAN Tuesday with Paul's mother, the age of 21. He was chairmanof
wrapped in strong fiber boxes alster-in-law, Mrs. Bowen entertained focal points. Mrs. Daniel all kinds from snakes to Mrs. Jo Strandberg. Sam and the 1968 annual Giving Program BROOKLYN

rather than in the commercialfruit guests from Atlanta Pater and Mrs. John Ruffini frogs and wearing apparel for ................y.." Dorothy Butler and son Charles In which more than $190,.
baskets. last week.Miss coffee and tea from the the small fry. Many other Interesting Henry of Ormond Beach, Paul, 000 was received from more SUPPLY HOUSELumber
Miss Tlllie has suggestedthat Marilyn Bridges. of poured silver service. items In the Kitchen Lee and Gregory Stranl berg than ten thousand donors. Plywood Builder's

out-of-state Christmas! : Lake Geneva, was a patient in The 33 guests were receivedby Shop. Arts & Gifts, and Hand- BEACH and! Charles, Louise and Paulette Hardware Roofing Sheetrock
the Bradford County Hospitallast work Shop. Strandberg, all of Jacksonville Paints Insulation
cards be mailed:! by December Miss Fox, her mother, and this week, because Leeon andI Paneling -
10 and local delivery not later week.! the hostesses. Bazaar Schedule: Monday (lAb It. Fe) visited her on Sun have been quite busy lately.So Tools Electrical A Plumbing
than December 15. The post Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zowarka Dec. 1-set up booths. decor. 1171 l'Dchael n. cuttyFk. day. until next week. "May: the Supplies.

mistress said it wsuld: be better entertained Mr. and Mrs. ate. Tuesday, Dec. 2-ingathering 470-2171 good Lord bless and keep )'ouaU" Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone .473-4886
James Darby of Jacksonville all Wednes- Jim and Evelyn Brurmmett,
of articles.
class postage Now here's Leeon
to use first &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA __ .
NEWS NOTES and Paul and Donna Val-tntine
rather than third class postage and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox: day, Dec. 3-Bazaar opens. 9 LEEO.VS:" CORRNER
with a dinner! party at their a.m. to 7 p.m. Luncheon served of Panama City, and J.lmmy CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
difference in In- "The Cold Is Back"The
There is the
no By Bclea Eon Well let's see what
and Bunky Brummett of .J ack-
home following 'the Florida- from 11:30: to 2. Tea Times
cost, but the first class postage dian Beach-ltes did during that
sonville all Pete
were visiting
does have priority! over third Kentucky game last Saturday.! 9 ,to 11, and 2:30: to 7. Bake Sale cold weather last week. and Joyce Barton and I i son cold Is back, CONCRETE PRODUCTS
It'will be for- all day. Members of all circles Ken- I hate to tell you.
class rate.
TORBET-PAUL COMMUNITY CHURCH Tuesday night George. Sunday, they all went CALL OR SEEEdward's
warded to a new address. will please contribute to baked and Otis Melton came out, And if we ain't careful,
nan to Billy Noegel's III the
ENGAGEMENTMr. : There will be only one more camp Building
goods and small goodies for It'll mess me and
whereas third: class rate will and we did a little work on Scrub for a barbecue dlinner. up you.
and Mrs. Earl Torbet. Of Workshop Day November
on the children. Articles for the
not be forwarded. a project for our Church Otis :Mr. and :Mrs. David Reid Supply Inc.
Tacoma, Wash announce the 19, for the Church Women's Bazaar may be taken to the her There's ole colds and the flu ,
I had visited Carolyn
and and sons of Jacksonville visited Everywhere running 'round. 726 S. MAIN 372-4844
Bazaar. The Nov. 28 Workshophas -
home of Mrs. Thomas "Sregory parents George and Edith Ken- :Mrs. Reid's! parents i; Mr. And they are just waltln', Gainesville, Florida
been cancelled.The any day but Nov. 19. Call General nan, and her sisters at their and :Mrs. D. W, Carpenter! To bring us folks down.
Car Shopping Minus last two workshops were Chairman Mrs. Joann home near Hampton the night Fred and Vera Swearlngen

devoted to Patio Shop items, Wyman, 473-4956 for further instructions. before concerning the project attended the Florida-Ken itucky So if it's a must NURSERY

with Mrs. JoAnn Canova chair- I attended a meeting of the football game Saturday Then For you to go out anywhere.
Money WorriesYou man. There will be colorful Executive Board meeting of Young People at the Hampton they went to Lake Alfred to :Make sufficient the warmth O.C. Carnes Nursery

utility table covers. specially the Church Women. Nov. 24, 1 Baptist Church Thursday, con- visit Vera's sister and bro- Of the clothes that you wear. .
handcrafted candle holders, p,m. Due to the Bazaar the cerning future activities at our therInIawIr.: and Mrs. Thousands of plants
can leave all money worries behind lamps bibs for soft drink bot- first week In December the regular Church. Saturday. Otis and I, Charles Thompson. :Mr. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

when you shop for a car by leaving' the general meeting will be along with around 50 young Thompson was In the hosipltal( CARD OF THANKS Evergreens
to held Dec. 8. at 7:30: p.m. The people from our Ciiurch attended after suffering a heart aittack The kindness of neljhbirs Camellias & Azaleas
FINANCING us Can-you All Circle Covered Dish Luncheon a Youth Rally, and Youth last Sunday. and friends In our recent sorrow -

This means that you can "play the field," will be held Dec. 15 at Night at Trinity Baptist Churchin Peggy and Lewis George of will always remain with MOST ALL IN CANS

compare values right and left, check all "deals," cat nil clfiy 12:30: p.m. Members of Mrs. Jacksonville, which was having Cocoa, visited her parents, :Mr. us a precious memory. Our PLANT ANY TIME -
will be a Revival. Trinity's pastor Sun- sincere thanks and gratitudefor Beautiful Roses
Ruth Greeson's circle and Mrs. Earl Voyles, -
to get the best value. Wherever or whatever you and still law hostesses.The Bob Gray Is a former pastor all those comforting acts LandscapingPhone

buy, you can finance your purchase at the lowest Church Women have art of Hampton Baptist Church. day.Well, that's It for another( and a special:! 'thanks to Dr.

possible cost, on the most convenient terms, advance sale of Christmas candies Traveling to and from this event week folks. You'll have Ho excuse Adams. Mrs. Lonnie Goodie 659-2165

right here. note paper and kitchen lege, of Otis escorting and I had four the privi-lovely the brevity of the 'oem and family. 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

to utility knives at the secretary'soffice young ladies Miss Alma Hin- Hwv. 100 at FiorahomeS.
Begin your car shopping by stopping in the mornings.
get all the facts and figures about our auto loans! Every Member Canvas: The son. Miss Sandy Youngblood,
and Le-
You'll be glad' you did I Board of Trustees and; the nore Earnest of Hampton. Sun- E. McKAY: REALTORSenior
Board of Stewards have asked :Memlsr Society of
day supper guests of the Chittys :
COME IN GET ACQUAINTED the Church Women to arrange were Buddy and Merle Ellis FRI.-SAT.-SUN. NOV. 21-22-23 Residential Appraisers
for a covered dish supper on of Gainesville. Mrs. MarjorieFew :Mortgage Brokers

KEYSTONE STATE BMK I* Ready For You Nov. 30 at 630.: Circle 2 and 3 of Keystone Heights was EI' Br .. PAUL naumpnjonnnc \\e Help You Finance
EVERY TUESDAY will serve as hostesses. also a Sunday visitor. UIOOOUMHO Trailer lots $500. Vp
PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nickelson *os> rS The Best In Lake Front
Member F.DJ.C. CeyvtofM Height Fta. 9:30 A.M. & 7:00 P.M. Everyone was happy to hearof of Gainesville were Sunday visitors j*.. ROIEXTIUaOIERuuinnmc home' Acreage Rentals

Tour Frie.dlr Bank la Year FriendlyCommunity.1 Keystone Height the fine recovery of Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. .; ; :Mrs. Melb.i Ilgen Associate
St. Anne's Parish House Arthur Ketch from major surgery Carpenter.Lou 4D 4 .z.'. 'I I Keystone Office 473-4318
!h. 47.1-3163 473-3151 In Halifax General Hospital. Miller and children Jeff fiI .c.o .,.....*"'..""''. u,,m in\"(wwui.fOCIS i P15155 homes 473-4710 473-4311

Daytona Beach. and Joan, were in Jacksonville

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.>oMeI. ( a'r..ua..r.v..cr. Last side printer for valida ., Provided.; :
Students and Teachers: tion of ,
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By-Lines 1*iuriuu Will KviitttVtf oeultttl .. date. month day One Year Maintenance.
Want Alive and Kicking1!; flingIng. Arrested On Services Held '.'u A.. Oinmuil At. UIJW .1. . playing or dancing I RE. l*. iwuiuur !.. AH l u d vouriuouM. print.Auditor's and .amounta up Ll> |!>9,!>u.llt) to Immediate Delivery.
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By Joyce Allen Shine Charge Sat. HOY. 15 advances on each time He- terlm
Club ron-di Student : ."... auvuncit. onvaituitca peat key Is depressed 11-20 2t 1127And
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nMrvL in *vaiuiatiuiiprincur. : 1'
With .the close of the second SHOW. If yaw have any of Route 1, Lawtey' 'was Arrested died iln the Veterans Hospital cuu; only bo 1'II..t k>ylauuitur. afc o--
GAME. Tickets may be 'purchased talent. and would like to .audition by Clay County sheriffs deputies la Lake City Thursday tiv" uaiuKoiy iuiitlcavuunud ,,- ,
six weeks DH3 !I">s very busy. Athletic morning, tuv,, titiw 111", .... andA.
Our Tornadoes futfrrcd a de. from any Girls during the week of December and state beverage Nov. 13, following extendedIllness. ..rmL.... utjtaU auuit, tapo $1.29 A found ,<
fent asnln"t Lake City Friday: Association (QAA) member.IMI's. 1-5: please sign up with agents/ ina. moonshine 0U11 and'i'i iMiuintf, iup aM toiiuwa. : J.'. I : I t _
Bennett or Mrs. McKtn- your homeroom teacher or raid in the Clay Hill area U. in. ai. JU".r le.- TRA.CASH
night but renlly never .cave: ujJ Born in Chicago, Illinois', tare tor ......rmtf aniuunt uf taic E
during the gnme. BUS Is very ney. Price 25c students SOo ''WIth the offibers of ,the student 'Thursday, Nov. 13. March 2. 1891, Mr. Stern lived any LeeS or laxtm .validuia..... lotal t
Council the amount oa uvunwi. .c. total -
proud of ,the boys lot .folding adults. or Spanish Wilkerson pl Innocent to In the Starke area: for over 60 to n..ve..n at.uuiimiatluncapacity Don't Let .I
Lake City to 130. All boys In grades 9 through' Club I Singing' groups. Individual : years. He wall a retired saw- of luuUuvu.vu.) % .
Buy your .lave. today: 12 Interested in being
still! when
flhlne. and apparatus
t Worry
for ''the girls' powder folk-Hinging/ groups-SIGN UP!11 I wltu maaUiK .
.WHAT! Slavery nt BHS?, Yes >lDd ''a Presbyterian. tuUB. 'tiuUUU. I
(arraigned ibefore ,Clay County .UK total. '
SENIORS' sure to order *1II1III1I1.III1U.uII!) printl )'You-
football to
puff game report
even !though slavery was Judge T. J- Rivers last Friday, Surviving la his wife, Leona.Coleman on aomil auuit tape ana< lauuinK
abolished bv law In 1863 at Mrs. McKinney in the gym your name in goU for your an- Stern of Starke; two tape. L>vo* not auvanu. cunveo-
after school or In A-9 during nuala. Personalized: annuals. and waived< preliminary hear- olive RUln".r. Acuumulailnff Call pIf
BHS SLAVERY Is Alive. For ing. He was: accompanied to eons: Donald of Orange Park: dial nhuwinic accumulated to. I orVisit
\ are for Seniors only! Sse Mrs. t.
first homeroom period. Mr. tal when addng.Detaait .
that and Roland of
15s you can buy a tag his father. Leon WllIcerson Starke; two (
court: 'by -
Moody today to
get your
Heath and Mr. Stover have per .
will entitle you ta find a .-lron and -an older !brother. daughters: Irs. IDa Mott' and ..u..t tap under lock UsToday
and 'Milling; ..ghl to make life consented to be the hcarf': cheerleaders sonalized annual cover Titlx. Mrs. Ona. Jacobsen. both of to provide. printed rvcoid of alltraneaeI4ond ,
and looking for your name in GOLD I Bond was set at $1,001. I In toe order of oc- .
easy for you. Slaves are available are : Starke; two brothers: W. A. curancn. Can b. vpaced and ,, f
only during school h9urs.. /boys to help them cheer the Seniors-there will be A Bake. Clay County Deputy Allen Stern and P.O. (Fred) Stern mum. o.. acumtfibie for iiuLattou : !

Tags may be bought before !girls on.t.o VICTORY! Sale Nov. 22. Saturday ''beginning Trew assisted by -State Beverage -i Gf Starke; one sister: Mrs. AU audit Connecutlnumber tape. to print on < .
Pat Carnely has moved to'Oalne at Stan's Bootery at 9:30: t ,
school during lunch during > Agents Claude Beale, Jerome bert Hartman :of Starke, and
'vl1le. Our new Senior ..m. :tieotiiually operated with $60O I t;
homeroom and after school la, Seniors : Law and Larry Brown. six grandchildren. provisions for manual operation Loans Up Tp -
votingthis week
class Linda aN ; -
front:of the auditorium and Bbuilimg. -' Treasurer n Futch. ;reportedly Apprehended Wilker. Services were held Saturday in event of power failure
But DO NOT ask a National Honor Society members 'on: 1-If we should rent or buy son at the,site of>the atlll about morning the DeWitt C. Jones Date. mecnanlmn to be undercontrol. t '---- For Any Worthwhile
LookS In when date I.
fllavo to'do something 'that, announced by Miss Rosen r'caps end gowns. In this two miles south: of State: Road Chapel. Burial was In Kings set and can only be cnanffedthroucn N".l
'will cause tardiness to class-* /berg are: Lou'se'! Clara Batten.. "way If you buy your capand: 21. and seven mules west' of ley Lake Cemetery. uae of auditor. control T,

this will cancel the slave's; Kathleen: Bristol. Carolyn gown for' $4 you can .keep it Middleburtr. key. !
duties.! Brown. Frederick!: Graudon for obvious reasons.,Or you Confiscated :was two 270-ffaI- Head and reset controled by Ii .
Revenge' Slave Days will be Henry, L. Franklin. Rupert La- can rent it for $5 or $6 and: Ion *till pots, a,10-gaUon fluke THANKSGIVING Audlor'a< | Control key only. r. ... TOWN FINANCE 1 CO.; t

next week for all gIr1s.,\\60 mar Johnson' Donna Lamb, the company will: pick them up staadv33 gallon of moonshine Brad Electro,1o'ord to provided Jdenttty to.and print V8.U-< '
William Robert Myrick. Michael -, after graduation. 2 Seniors flvei ;;' gs13ngTi14! $ Jugs, five date media. 'I ,
hang on girls you'll get! yuriurn Repeat 22B N. TEMPLE: AVE. S't. ,Ie K F:
will vote on what color scheme feature after Index-
: L. Norman. Frank Patter S-gaUoOrWastjlc: I
yet. ] 3Ug and othertill' Ing any amount by decreasing-. I'I
November '22, at 7:30: "p.m.< son. Claudette Peterson Thomas 'they want for ,..graduation.' ,* equtiBMntu ttw.,deputy repeat key. amount hold l. without -- -_ _-_ _-_ _- ..;..,y
Greg RUieri.: JoAnn Salter, Results from 'the Candy M-M. if* r..lndexlna.ln unt keys.
come and see the spJctacuUr9th ; .2 '
No. does
Janet Sapp.! Doris Ann Speng- ... '. .. ..!not- ,a d.: ___ _._. .
and 10th grade POWDER ,,,,,----. .........,- - : _.. ---- .- -- -----_
team! compete against the leI'. Llna Denise 'Stone .Ronald '
mighty 11th and 12th grade Strong. and Mary Sue Underbill. 'lYondSfL-L CARL
_. l
PUFF team. Together they will =-- ._. __ ,
D !
Juniors took the P.S.A.T. ----
form the great BHS POWDER B.Ut.t\ UAO) / ; Gulf Service

PUFF' GIRLS; FOOTBALL Test Nov. 18, in -the BH3 cafe- ._ t. ,. :-:: :, : Tsp Price USED for PARTS Wrecked. dm

24 Hour Wrecker Berries.

-.4' I JbOHf WANTED Laundry PUMPS I USED: VACCTOM: cleaner: reconditioned Fuel Oil -
CLMMUTUD RATES worker,Kitchen aids, labor I Used Can -
( ers, cottage parents, watchman __ NEW AND USED __ $15 up. 10 different. George E. LaRue .Hwy. SOl N. Waldo
U. .. 16 word. ___ 1JS cooks and clerks, ground- SALES.P ARTS- ERVICE name brands to choose from. 46RIMHGAINESVILLE!
I. Parts It excellent repairs .all INSURANCE ,
ehatfffe) keeper truck driver. Five Deep & Shallow Wells make*. W tson's House of Auto -.
.ek w.r* over U __ .07 day week, eight hour day. Water Softeners &: Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, Oaine Flye Homeowner* -

DEPARTMENT STORESSpectacular State retirement. vacations, Expert Service On ViJlA. 376-7110. tfdU LIFE &: ACCIDENT
Kxtr. charge If not sick leave.If Interested, pleas
All Keystone nights &13-<<11.1
paid ta aWhraoo ..13Mnorta2s apply In person Personnel "World's Easiest
Manager, Sunland TrainIng Plumbing Service
Method of
Resolution' Center, Gainesville 71*. Phone 9647061DURRANCE r MEN WANTED: Men cottage'
Purchase An equal opportunity employer .. PUMP Active Exercise"The parents age over 21. Startingpay
7 oeeits per word AND SUPPLY CO. FabulousSLIM I $329 month, promotion opportunltles -

,tfehg and regular Increases
OABDS Or THANKS INSURANCE In pay 8 hour" eta,.. 91

SUPER STICK Vinyl Plaatlo I AT REDUCED RATES GYID"For day week: tick leave, vacations, i<
M word or toM ,- S.CO Letters ft Numbers for interior AUTO. FIRE BOAT state retirement. If Interested '

Keek: word over 80 .*7 and exterior use. All slaes co I DOYLE E. CONNZXINSURANCE please apply In pereon Personnel 'I .- _
l lors. Bradford County Telegraph AGENCY UomDemonstration* Manager Sunland Training Center -I :

OFFIcIAL U I "lair Call Gainesville P1*. I I
An equal opportunity employ-1
INSPECTION STATION PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.80 BAIRDMobile 9647839tf er. !
Op Dally 8 AJW. 1:30 P. M. to $625 Take the drudgery out chg I
Except Saturday 8 U Noon of Homes
COWBOY paper work.-Bradford County
DID YOU KNOW Its easy to
HILL'S GARAGE. t: Telegraph. tf NEW and USED own a Longehamp Home AGENCYFor I

KeystoM HeightsTelephone SEWING MACHINE Cleaned, 8-10-12' Wide Better built for F )rMa llv AU Your
4T3-44IS oiled and! adjusted in your Gainesville ing. Your planr or ours
BOOTS home, 300. Vacuum cleaner Your lot or ours. Contact Bu Insurance NtedsSpeclallzine
FOR RENT: : TV sets baby repairs also. All work guarante. Good Quality ford Mitchell phone C84; In

beds eleo. guitars amplifiers, ed. Dennis E. Cogging, Phone Reasonably Priced 8891 P. O. Box 338 SUrke Mobile Home InsurancePh. S. E. 2nd Ave. &

refrigerator: day or week. DA.BMmR'S 431-1428. tfchg Gainesville -, 378-2785 'of-". Stark 9648818 2nd Street
9647923.111cr. tf-flltl{
Serviced Guaranteed and
FOR SALE-1964 New Moon LEGAL Bra*, Near Pest Office
Delivered In SUrke Area i
I Mobile home; furn.; 60'xlO'; NO EXTRA COST I JIMMY MOORE'S ford County. Telegrapb.. Pb.0t4 Open Til,8 KM.
Brop- expandable lIv-rm.; 3 hedrm.: ( .*3 S. -'
<,. 1: 1-2 baths,' central alr-cond.: & US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th37SCTSS SUN SPORTSMOORE I
; \ heat. Reasonable. 964-7627 GaipeevIlle :! WANTED: Used Wringer-Wish
I I:1 1' 3Tchg. 11--.20'' BOAT rOn er. Will pay cash or take In BUYING

YOUR MONEY trade on anything. DAHMER'S
.. .. HELP WANTED: Full or part ANTIQUES bought and sold
time. No furniture ref'nl,hed. upholstering SMurke Ph. $64-5 191 964-7923. tf-ehg
Volkswagen; experience .necessary.
Bobby's Hideaway. W aid I o. cabinet work. antiques! restored Complete Outboard ft Stern WILL BUY: Used Appliance LANDDixie

New .5 Used Phone 4689443. 3tchg 11-27 to: original beauty. CallC. Drive Service ad Repair. Furniture TV's, Stereo, any.'

made to Sates Seryke ison E.St.Jackson.Phone 1313 95-1-5370.West Mad tfch r 1 Complete Fiberglass RepaCr. thing of value. DAHMZR'S.SUPER Land Co.
Cu. I 0 m-buitt Fiberglass

sell 1 Ml. North of Tttt Mall $17,000PLUS FAYES' FABRICS -FIrst quality FMhlng Boats. I II STICK Vinyl Plastic P. O. Box 158
for .
GAINESVILLEFOR Letters all sizes color. Permanent
dress, drapery, upholstery
$1288 far: use on wood, glass St. Marys, Ga.
material.; NotIons. mill ends,
$17.95 seconds. to'30c. 'I : ;plut c. paier! metal leather.
: Metal zippers lOc tfetxn
Furniture Appliances Toys
ANYTHING I -Bradford County
SALE Concrete block NEW CAR Week days 10 to II: FrIday -|1 IToold.I WImberly's Trading)Teleirraph. tf

to $24.85 houM: S bedroom, 1 battt, central Saturday 10 to 9: Sunday Post. 7434 BlendIng Blvd., REDUCE safe and fast with
,If you know boots you'll recognize what a tremen- lot. Phone 9M-5387. tfchg $17,000 commission In a of WMo on 3Qt. tfcha;!j FILING CABINETS. Typewriter room trailer outside city limits. "water pills." Andrews Drugs.
J. B. White 96'- 114. tfchg
dous value these boots are. Genuine calf leather year Is not unusual for our. WANTED Man.to wcrk on. Stands Desks, Chairs I I lOtp 11.20

and leather lined. Riding heel, U-toe. pull scraps ART ful'-time salesmen. New car farm. Must be '*t>le to drive Safes. Bradford County|I WANTED LISTINGSOn

and various stitched designs. Sizes 711. offered as bonus. Short tractor.64-5403.J. M. Edwards*'.*' ,. Starke, Tclexrmnh. Homes and Acreage. Buyers EZERASE TYPEWRITER
HAS auto trips to contact Waiting Strout Realty, Reg. PAPER. Mimeo Paper Bond
EVERYTHINGSTARKE customers. FOR RENT-2 bedgsgsn unfurnished Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. Paper. Notebook Fillers. _

-_ house 640 .",.....Q< AIRMAIl Phone 964-5213 for tXllaws3lon.


Th.Amtrl(.ii. Lubrlionli' Company MARY OUT IN THE COUNTRY
Phone 964-6848 0./....Ohl 45401 SERVICE Small polianoe
at Starke Hardware Co. '10> 1:.

; ( .... ,: .' Call St. Phone 964-5311. tfchg 1 CARTERPAINTS :3 Bedroom Frame Home in Semi-finished condition.

} Phone FOR New .brick RENT 964-5391 duplex-or Xlngsley 964-7783.apartments.Lake.Mer- MUST MOVE! Payments a working TERMS man AVAILABLEIF ran afford.

: : rUt Williams. tfdhg

mile from hospital, 279 ft. $6,500 CASH PRICE
I frontage highway 230. Phone :38S-01R1 ASK FOR JOHNNY JONES

964-7962. 2tp 11-20

FOR SALE By owner New
'69 CLOSE-OUT SALE : 1969 International Cub tractor 2 Uedrorm Frame Home in excellent condition.

with new underbelly. mower and Home presently located! in Santa Fe., Fla. Couldbe
other extras Used only 25 hours
'ALL MOBILE HOMES REDUCED Reason' for selling owner mov- moved to the following areas: Gainesville, Lake CAR WASH TEXACO INC.EXCELLENT .

ing. See at W Si D Tractor Butler, Lake City, Starke Interlachen, or Palatka
I FOR Sales LaCrosse. Sl.SoO.OO firm.
OF THIS MONTH 2tp 11-20 areas.

t t tt. I 3-4 Acre of land paved street

BIG SAVINGS! and sidewalk, private water ::1 S1)161SK) FOR JOHNNY JONESA. KEYS OPPORTUNITYFOR

'supply, cheap electricity ten

I t.. 1 pecan trees, close to school.
Register For
Free Gift Certificate Offered at reasonable price with LEASE

terms and cheap interest. A. J. .T. Thomas, Registered Real EXPERIENCED WAITRESS,! -
REMK.MRER! $25 DEPOSIT WILL HOLD Thomas. Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. Estate Broker since 1953. Spec; wanted. Good pay. Apply in per. Small Investment Required
HOME OF YOUR CHOICE DURING THIS SALE ializing in appraisals for estates -' eon at Longhorn Restaurant. U.I I

SEWING MACHINES ,, corporate and Individual S. 301 South. tfchg CAMPER, Paid Training:
Largest selection from which 'owners Thirty years experiencein .
t to choose. Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco, Florida Land Matters. 205 N. FOR RENT 2-BR furnished SAUS' ..
New Home. & Universal. Temple house. 1-BR furnished Apt. with
I Ave., Starke, Fla., Tel. I
CRESTVIEW : REPAIR ALL MAKES. 004-5701. tf lights water suitable for bachelor 2920 Waldo Road Phone Gainesville
'or working. girl. 570 West Gainesville 376-0691
t National StfwingMachine Call St. or phone 964-5884. Authorized Dealer 376-6091 376-8940
RENT 1 2-bedroom
MOBILE HOMES Co. I Itcg/ 11-20 i "Starcraft" "Dreamer"
I trailer S miles South 'on 301.

t t 611 W. University Ave. 378-1351 Call 964-7490 before 8:00: am. DOMESTIC work wanted by day I Travel"Wheel Trailers Camper"* Truck Ask For
or Waldo 408-1222 after 4 p.m. or week. write: Bernadette
i-CNICK NCRSh-KV Mr. Conam Mr. Ballard
Bright. Route 1. Box 442. Law.: or
GIOKGIA Satsuma Kumquat 'pear and tey Fla. Up :1 SALES SERVICE I

I shade trees. Blueberry plants. FOR SALE 2 bedroom house.

': IA The Nation's Largest Dealer Azaleas, Camellias Ornamental furnlbhed. 3 1-2 acres high and FOR RENT 2 bedroom house
shrubs 3 for $1 up. 2 m. northof dry on Hwy 16 at Klngsley trailer central FOR RENT S room house .
115 Sales Locations ; heat. air-con. .
unfiirn' i< d. Mrs.\ O. L. H.IJIIIAJ.30B .
Lawtey Hlway Lake.
on 301 turn Phone 5332977. tfchg( dltioned. 3 miles north on 301. TRADE AT HOME /
1848 N. T.mplt! An. (US 301))" at "kln.! Phone 782-3465. Itch* Phone 9645846. lIp S. Water tfchg

Sldrkt Florida Ph. FOR SALE 1 fuUy equipped FOR RENT Unfurnished 1 ,
A AlAlsept Mgr. 964.1112& PAYROLL ENVELOPES. wing et. 1 10 foot by 24 inches GOATS FOR Sale One MkeBel
Bradford County Telegraph. Billy. (large 3 bedroom house. 664 N. "'jfer year ewm II
..... _. Ph 4-6305.. 5833 swImming pool. $10. PH 964- 4 nannies; $50.00. Phone 964- Water. For information call,, ... eeaTUsUll paiaasS

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