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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 27, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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North: Carolina man has Harold Gene Creasan, Wins-
terms were handed a Gainesville pair Tues- been
day morning* for the August 11 robbery of the Super unlawful delivery, sale, and County Jail under $5.000 by the Possibilitythat

Test Service Station at Walnut Street and Temple r po!sejtslon of) drugs, accordingto bond on two charges: Involving two all-Negro schools

Avenue last August 11. the Bradford Sheriffs Office drugs, Chief Deputy Dalph Red-
In Bradford
County mightbe
dish said Monday. Creason Mrs. Barbara Jean blazon, :Mrs. Mazon. arrested Nov. 20 at. 8:10: p.m. "phased out" as a result

29, -sentenced to IS yean After he was threatened BlendingAccident on Edwards: Road southwest of of the new HEW
London: twice with being shot. Lee: said,, 'an
and Johnnie Lee Starke as a result IOf investigation threat of non-compliance.
was: given 20 gears Both were he ran down Thompson( Street. ,' of the State, Beverage a large delegation from
.sentenced Tuesday morning by The trio, Mrs. Mason, London Department and ths Jacksonville the
and!Manuel, were arrestedon Negro community expressed -
L. Pat
Circuit Judge George office of the Florida Bur
traffic charges later that concern and
eau ''Of Law Enforcement
ten.A directed verdict for acQuittal night In Gainesville. sought answers to ques-

was ordered by JuJgi': t Creason, 34, had been in the tions at a special School

Patten in ''the trial of a third Starke area for about five Board meeting Monday

defendant Clarence Manuel, ParkingProblem Kills ManAn weeks. Ha was living at 522 night.!

29, of Starke during his trial West Madison Street, accordingto
Monday. Deputy Reddish! The original purpose of the

!Mrs. Mazon pled guilty to the 18-year-old Daytona Beach meeting the opening of food
Lawmen conflicted: : 1.164 cap. bids for school cafeterias-wau!
robbery Sept. 5. Manuel andl youth was killed in a fall froma
rules of barbiturates .and am- disposed of by refer
arraigned Monday s-'I. Bland- quickly
London were water. tank at Camp
Nov. 10 and both pled not Ing last Wednesday, Nov 19.accolclng phetamines, Reddish said, anda ring them to Supt. Tom Casey
1955 Chevrolet impala Bar- for evaluation! and award to
his
guilty. But London changed ; to Col. James A.
morning biturates are defined; : as any the lowest and best bidder.
to guilty Monday commander.Carl .
plea "Griffin
,
camp
:
lust before he was scheduled At P.O.Parking ..ly.Honor. Larry Simonds, an em- salt of barbituric acid used asa Casey assured the delegationthat
sedative firm! in connection
with Manuel. or to: deaden pain. nothing was
trial
to go on ployee >of a Deland firm Sles
Station Manager Richard Lee Construction Amphetamines!: are a drug usedas with phasing out 'the
AmbachUSieer he did not in front '-of the Starke and a nasal spray or. inhalant. two schools-RJE (:Starke) and
Monday
testified>: In cleaning and!
Co., engaged Manuel the night Post Office has bsan a prob Anderson (L'awtey). lie said
actually see painting. one! of the 650,000 gallon
of the robbery. An Alachua lem to residents:! with cars water tanks on the military Creason w?s apprehendedselling ; the matter had been put back
County deputy sheriff testified longer than That of a 1959 Ford the drugs to an undercover In the hands of the hearing ex-
reservation.
that Manuel"was the driver ol station wagon.It Simonds fell down the inside agent Deputy Reddish
a car, e. 1957 blue and' white seems the Police Depart- Society OfficersNewly of the six-fact diameter riser said. But the Sheriff's Office, the board would "sit tight" until

Ford of the description given ment measured off three parking pipe while he was working inside 3ie says, has no Information further notice.
authorities' ,by Lee, stopped 1n spaces using that model: the tank, Ool. Griffin said. that: this was anymore than an Casey said It was possible

Gainesville. car. As it 'Turned out moderncars elected Bradford High School Graudon parents are !Mr. and !Mrs. The'! youth fell through a safety( Isolated case.Cl'eason that the examiner might order the

Mrs.. Mazon was, put on the are even longer. So next Honor Society officers are (front, 1-r) F. W. Graudon, Starke; Strong- Mrs net stretched 'over the riser additional hearings definite in decision -
but Wednesday the city Street Department was arraigned Mon- matter before any
stand Monday afternoon, Ellen Holmes Starke !Miss Lamb is!;
Griffin said. ,
Donna Lamb recording secretary Jo pipe, .
authorities reported:! she failed will make two parkIng ; day before County Judge T. A. is reached.
connect Manuel with the : spaces out of three."I Ann Salter, corresponding secretary, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Simonds was killed instantly Yawn and 'the public defender Concern in the Negro com-

robbery.to Although she admit '''thought that was about> and Kathy Bristol, reporter. In back Lamb, Starke; Miss! Salter's parentsare when he struck concrete of foot-tile appointed to defend him. Bonds munity was occasioned toy, a

ted that Manuel drove her car the longest car that ever was," are Ronald Strong, vice-president; Mr. and Mrs..Verde Salter, Hamp- ings poured at ,the base on the two: charges, were reducedat ruling last week by the HEW

to Starke the :night of the rob Police Chief Ken Fuqua said, Freddie Graudon, president, and Lamar ton; Johnson Mrs Ruth Johnson of 130 The foot accident pipe.[ occurred shortly that time from a total of Reviewing Authority that the
she denied the subject ol "Bu .lt seems there are two or $25,000 to 5000. Bradford School District was
bery Lawtey.
Johnson treasurer.
discussed. three models longer." before 3 p.m. out of compliancewith the
the robbery was then ordered Drivers have been hangingover Col. Griffin said he did not Charges against Creason are: Civil Rights Act because, ". .
Judge' Patten know, how the accident, occurred. 1)) Unlawful delivery' of bar. all-Negro
acquitted on grounds the enfe'': of the parking the existence of
!Manuel The contracting companywas biturates and! unlawful possession .syndicates) that the
Florida had spaces. Police have been giving schools per
of
that 'the State driver up ''to two feet, but working this week across' of barbiturates., :' dual system has not been abolished
no case. Cases Go base from I ICie main camp of
when a driver has completely Felony the and that the goal
According to Initormatlon given not be 2)) Unlawful sale and deliveryof
buildings and could .. hasDot
and system
by Lee Just after the robbery disregarded the spaces the Telegraph barbiturates and unlawful'possession the unitary
1 three four feet reached by !phone: met."
he was alone In the station parked or of barbiturates. been
about 10:20: p.m. when 'across the end of a spacs he was told. The Reviewing Authority took

Mrs Mazon and London enter' has gotten a ticket Chief Fu- exception to the examiner'sruling
qua says. after a hearing in Washington .

ed.Mrs.. Mazon, Lee said then,, Prior to marking off the To Circuit CourtThree in November 1S68 find-

had a .38 caliber. pistol and 'three spaces, the chief said, ing the Bradford' District in
pointed It at his chest. She told the third car had been peaking full compliance with the Civil
in front 'of the mall' box the Act.
on
Rights
to show her /where the
Lee commit
terlng with Intent to
was kept and London corner and getting all the defendants charged Intent to commit an assault. The At the Washington hearing,
money tickets. with felonies were bound over He was arrested by Deputy petit larceny on Nov. 17. the Bradford District: had presented
desk drawer.
took i't from a Rowe
Fuqua hopes that having two to Circuit Court by Bradford Sheriff Glen A. Moore and bondIs complaint states that a concept of "neighbor
Lee said at Manuel's trial Mon broke Into a Clay County school
T. A. Yawn In set at in
County Judge $1,000 children
front of the of- schools" for
day that $61.93 was taken. Mostof :spaces in post bus at the Bradford-Union Vo- hood
plea day proceedings. James Henry Moore 20 Re- through 6,
recovered1.Lee. nice will stop the complaints. cational-Technical Center and grades Kindergarten
that was Larry Addison is charRed with is with 7-
no charged breakingand in grades
students
t all
with
said he told the pair with took several pieces of equipment -
entering without breaking entering the local Grey- attending. middle school,
there was no money in the Intent to commit a misdemeanor hound Bus Station on Nov. 2 from the vehicle. 12 vocational
and
safe, but didn't tell them about Youth Shot and assault and battery. with Intent to commltt petit Preliminary hearings are being un ter' high school, "e scheduled In all three cases. .school at an
$159 he had hidden 'before they Addison Is charged with entering larceny. 4 NtefPenn

entered the station. the home of Huey New- James Freddie Rowe, 17, Is eWLONGto In Starke. plan
Mrs. Mazon, Lee said, kept In Nov. 12 with Addison said he is able to xevt rou The examiner found this
In AccidentA ton Hampton on charged with breaking and en- .but last week
the' pistol on Lee and made secure his own legal services, In compliance,
him follow them !back to their but Moore and Rowe pleaded Insolvency N the Reviewing Authority reversed -

oar parked at the corner of 14-year-old: Starke youth is and asked for a court him on grounds that

Thompson Street and Temple reported in .fair condition in appointed attorney. Judge Yawn two of the neighborhood
Ave. Lee said tha"pistol was Alachua General Hospital after Council Discusses appointed the office of Public schools were all-Negro.
kept pointed at him and made accidentally shooting himself Defender R. A. Green Jr. Since these '''two schools are

him, fellow the commands: of in the lower chest. pleaded Only one Innocent.other Leslie defendant Frank- New Lawtey Post OfficeThe located in all-Negro Authority communities
Presley, of Mrs. the Reviewing
Lamar son
EiTia Presley,Starke was huntIng ContractA lin Glisson entered that pleato office under constructionat said It is highly impro-
Engineering charges of driving while new Lawtey post now white children
Stop Signs Mean with a companion, Keith intoxicated and the court trans- the corner of Park Street and State Road 225, is bable attend that these any schools under
occurred will
accident
Jones, when the ferred the case to the trial scheduled for completion{ the last of December. Mrs.R. proposed plan."
What They Say the Bradford the present
: according to
meeting was scheduled Gordon Prlday, electrical engineer docket.In out of
to be occupyingthe is
hopes District
E. Lee acting postmaster, Bradford
Sheriff's Office. Tuesday night, Nov. 25, for with R, S & H, was other action: The of
Those .stop signs 'on city: Presley set his .22 caliber the Starke City Council to meet present at the Council's regular -Tom Davis pled guilty to building by the first of the year. Dedication cere- compliance, in the opinion" .

streets mean what they say rifle! butt down on the ground and discuss a contract with meeting Tuesday. lie drunk driving charges and was monies will be !scheduled' later, possibly following the the Authority; because not indl

now.Police 17 tickets for and it fired, according to the city's new engineeringfirm assured the Council R, S & fined $151 and his license was appointment of a new Lawtey postmaster. its present plan does plan far;
gave Deputy Sheriff Glen Moore. Smith & Gillespie of II will carry out Its commitments revoked for 90 days. cate a definite present all-
running stop signs last week, The bullet entered the right Jacksonville.On with city until Dec.14. -Another man convicted on ever desegregating the two

Chief Ken Fuqua reports. side of Presley's chest and a 3-2 vote on Nov. 11 "We're not bitter but we're that charge, Ray Royce Hodges, Negro schools."
"We're still hitting those slop traveled>: to ''the left and came the Council voted to end its disappointed to say the least," was also fined $151. The court flChristmas r Parade j I "In our opinion, a firm data
signs" the chief said. out through the left silk of the 14-year contract with the ear Friday said. He said R, S & H: also revoked Hodges license Entry i must be projected by Respondent
he pointed out" there District) in which
Then
!front of his chest, according to gineerlng firm of Reynolds, (Continued on :Pace Four: ) (Continued Face' (Four) (School other
on
minor traffic accident some
was only of Jacksonville.
onj the deputy. Jones assisted Smith and Hills a phase-out or
in the city during:: the Presley in getting help, Moore The- an.dav. notice re Deadline November 29The method for changing the char-
deth'"co; t Anderson
week. quired r withR acter of the RJE and
said.
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14.
The accident happened S & H expires Dec. Schools .will oe .v.---- -
/Thursday Nov. 20, In a wooded Councilmen Neil Tucker, who deadline for listing en- on date of parade, Saturday: Editor's note: In unadorned
Homemakers Road. made the motion,Jimmy Bowen tries in the annual Christmas Dec. 13.The language, this wouU appear to
i area off Wilson and Chairman Jimmy McRae Parade Is Saturday Nov. 29, parade will assemble at mean, in the opinion of The

Club voted to end the contract withR Roy Burnham, chairman of 9:30 a.m. on the south side of Telegraph, that white students

Three Fire Calls; S & H. The move was opposed .- the Retail Merchants Division, the BH3 football, field, and en- 'would have to be assigned to

by Councilmen Orle Wig- r reminded the public this waelc.: tries must be located in assem- RJE and Anaerson, or the :two
BAZAARi i Damage SlightFire gins and P. T. Nolln. "All entries must 'be relatedto bly area in order to be Judged. schools wouU eventually be

I The same night Nov. 11, the encourage, and develop Cue Prizes in the Religious closed.. This is the opinion' of
of undetermined origin Council also voted to open negotiations theme cf Christmas: ," Burnham Theme division are: 1st place, Reviewing Authority andIs

Saturday, Dee. 9 burned out a bedroom at the with Smith & \said' They will b3: judged on $50: ; 2nd $25; and- 3rd $15. the not final in anY' respact.)
i Charlie Powell rental house,, Gillespie. That vote was unanimous Prizes in Commercial Theme Negro
then e, originality, appearance, for the
10 AM to 4:30 PM of Laura and S. Water but It Is known that ANNUAL Spokesmen
corner COMMUNITY artistic qualities and::! educational Division are: 1st place, $25; told the board they
delegation'
Streets last Thursday! morn at least one council member
i it tell a 2nd $15. RJE and An-
aspects.does(
to see
like
Soup And ing. The Fire Department! an- would rather have R, S & H SERVICE l&r.y?) The deadline for com- All schools, civic organiza- would derson continue to operate, and

SandwichesFellowship swered the call at 10:15: and back., titlon judging one-half hour tions, churches, Scouts,. businesses asked: why their schools were
damage was confined: to the The meeting Tuesday night Wednesday Nov. and Interested individuals ': b3 clos
i bedroom. was a special one called Justto 26 (before scheduled parade time the ones that have to

Hall Other calls answered during discuss the new engineerIng 7:30 p.m. '/ entering are Avltsd floats to cars participateby hors, ed, if 'that Is the final decisionOf

the month Included a fire in contract. A preliminary FIRST Man Charged bicycles and'' other decorated HEW. white stu
BAPTIST shouldn't
First MethodistChurch meeting with the new engineers "Why
the attic at a rental house belonging -
vehicles, stressing. the Christ schools,
to discuss terms of dents ,be sent to Negro
I IThla 'to Aaron Holley on CHURCHClark With AssaultA mas theme. Negro students -
their agreement with the city \\lust the same as
Holley Road In Reno. The blaze
Space Coi- was held Nov. 17. To finance the parade, including are sent ''to white
\ 'y"kJy to PnbllcfMX 'was attributed to a faulty flue the Under discussion In the Nov. & Jefferton Sta. Reno man Earl Jenkins candy! for children, and schools?" was one question
and was extingulsheU:] by 17 meeting was the upcoming 23, has been charged with aggravated other expenses, merchants and
imunlty Events by asked.
Fire Department with only power plant expansion and an The Public I* Cordially Invited To Join assault in a fight: Nov individuals are asked to senda Supt. Casey replied that hs

the CommunityState minor damage. updated engineering report on In This Annual Service Of Praise And 22, according to Deputy Sheriff $5 contribution to the Cham- was Interested in developingthe !
Artificial: flowers\ left on a .
all city utilities.S Thanksgiving. John Dempsey.Jenkins : ber of Commerce as soon aa best poulMa program of
Bank heater at the home of Mrs. told with Ths contribution! may
& G engineers the is charged as. possible. education for every
I Accounts now Walter, Ramea on N. Water Council it would be better If Sponsored By vaulting George Harvey in an ibe mailed or delivered to the child quality in the county, regarding:

.y to IIB.&OO y Street brought the fire truck Reynolds, Smith, and Hills handles SUrke Ministerial ADUnc argument ever union dues, Deputy office in person. of which school is attendjd/He:
out November 3. The flowers -
on blank be-
duties the entry
engineering on The parade
..,.... Dempsey said. said it was in the interest of
caught on fire, but /were SR-16 project and the ground- The fight. took place near the low may be filled in and mailed convenience, safety, and bet-
extinguished 'before the home fall protection project at the John Perkins house on Oak to Mr. Burnham:

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Of Interest To. t: (r'Y Starke Miss has Evelyn been Sinclair pledged by of

*) Chi Omega sorority at Mer- ..
cer University Macon, Ga. ;.

I WOMEN Among the college students "
f I home for the long weekend are Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Or- ,
Gary Hamilton Bonnie Lu lando is a Thanksgiving holiday .;

>. Gladys Mooty Phone ........,..,... A Craudon Paul McLeod Patsy guest of Mr. and Mrs. .
: 964-7608'
Hitchcock, Beverly McRae, E. L. Matthews.
Bobbie Sue and
Harold Bowen
Miss McMurtrie Rehearsal Supper Homemakers Club Robbie Barksdale. and Diane Mrs. Marguerite Corn of
/ a L V Adklnson from FSU; Mary Ann Lakeland is the guest of Miss
h ,
ComplimentedAt For Lewis-Gay Bazaar, Dec. 6 e' M e Graudon from North Florida Madge Middleton this week.

Three PartiesMiss Wedding PartyMr. Junior College; Reggie Flynn
A bazaar at the Methodist from U of F; Robbie Smith Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Strick-

Jamie. McMurtrie. and 'Mrs. James Lewis Fellowship Hall on Saturday from Murray State College land of Lake City were Sunday
-whose: marriage to William M. of Perry entertained at a sup Dec. 6, is being \sponsored by Ky.; Jayne Hardy Ginger Bald visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F.W.

Dowllng was an recent event per party Friday night at the the Homemakers Club. win Jane Crosby and Melody Strickland. '

cf Wednesday: Nov. 26, was Holiday inn honoring their son Baked goods, Christmas gifts Cuttino from Tilt College;Evelyn -, and Mrs. Jimmy Wig
Mr.
honored at three re :and decorations will be feat Sinclair from Mercer University -
parties: James P. Lewis and his: fian- of Jacksonville are week-
cently. cee, Miss Oeraldine: Gay following ured. Proceeds ''Will go toward ; Joyce Denmark from gins of Mr. and Mrs.
Steve end guests
and
furnishing the kitchen In the LaGrange College;
Miss Tryphenla McRae gavea the couple's ,wedding re- and Blanken- Orie Wiggins and DP/l Bobby
bridal shower for Miss Mc- County Agricultural building. Denmark Wayne
hearsal. ship from the University of Wiggins of Norfolk, Va.Is home .
.
Murtrie on Thursday Nov. 13. Bridal place cards marked Georgia.Mr. on ten days leave.
at her home on Morgan Road. the seating :arrangement for L
Games were played by the 12 30 guests who included the hon- Altar SocietySt.
guests and prizes awarded. ored couple, their parents thewedUng Winners in the District Fashion!!\ Shew held here Saturday afternoon. and Mrs. David Brown- Mr.family and Mrs.of Bushnell Bill Weldonand

The refreshment table was party: and out-of-town Edward's Altar Societywill Senior Division (left) : Cindy Honnold, 1st, and Linda Jean Sheward, ing and family and Mrs. Beu- Wednesday to Friday visitorsof are

covered: with an aqua linen cutwork guests.Mr. meet Tuesday. D3C. 2, at alternate; both of Orange Park. Junior Division (right) : Sanella Raye lah Norman of Lawtey are Mrs. Gladys Weldon. They

cloth and centered with Lewis and 'Miss Gay presented 7:30: p.m. in the Parish Hall. Sands Macclenny.lst; Sarah Ann"Guerrero, Ocala, alternate. and spending Mrs. Thanksgiving John Buckley with Sara-Mr. are spending 1 hanksgiving with '
wedding bells flanked pink
by gifts to their attend. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Weldon -
candles in gold holders. Mrs. ants during the supper. Juniors To MeetThe District n Winners cf the quarters In Denver, Colo. sota. They will spend the week- in Jacksonville.
ton.Junior end with Mrs. Edna Moore In
M. M. McRne presided: at the
1969-70 "Make It Yourself With Other participants were: Sen Division Barbara
Fort Myers and Mr. and Mrs.
crystal punch bowl and Miss Junior Woman's Club Wool Competition" wers selected ior Division Cscslla Marie Anne Beach, Ormond Beach; Miami.
in
McRae poured coffee from an Luncheon Given will meet Monday Dec. 1, at 8 Saturday afternoon from a Bailey. Monticello: Cheryl Din Elizabeth Johnson. Gainesville Garland Norman Mr. and Mrs. John Greene

heirloom coffee service. p.m. at the club house with group of 18 girls participatingIn ger San Mateo: Pamela Hill. ; Elizabeth Ba Kelly. Miss Martha Sue McCain and .
The honoree was presentedwith For Mary Lynn, Mrs. Wayne Whiffen as hostess a Fashion Show at the Bradford Ormond Beach; Carol Ann Masters Jacksonville; Susan Kay Krels- Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Miss Miss Ljtiette Roddy attendedthe

a sterling silver cnk3 knife Bride-Elecf chairman.: The American Home County Agriculture Center Jacksonville; Catherine cher. Ocala; Evelyn Weln.epach Madge Middleton and Mrs.E.L. wedding of Miss Virginia
from her hostess as a memento Life In moderated Mrs. !Marie New Matthews attended the funeral Raye McCain to Bob Salmonin
department: will present a Starke by Weaver Smyrna: Ocala, and Culotte
of Mrs. W, D. Jones in Jacksonville Wlldwood Tuesday night.
the occasion.
of Miss Mary Lynn of Willlston Slim Gym demonstration. Robert Burch. Marcia Louise Wright, Morris- Suzanne Wrght, Morrlston. of last week.
Tuesday
!bride-elect of Dec. 28, was hon Miss Cindy Honnold. 17,
ored at a luncheon Saturday at UDC LuncheonSet daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace -
Mrs. Billy Grlffis entertained the Holiday Inn given by her W. Honnold 579 Clermont STARKE PLAZA
at a lingerie shower for aunts Mrs. T. J. Andrews of For Dec. 6 Avenue South, Orange Park -

Miss McMurtrie on Friday. Morrlston, Mrs. Floyd Wiggins was the :winner in the Senior
Nov. 21, at her home at 414 N. of Brooker, and Mrs. Levon W. T. Weeks Chapter UDC Dlvlson.! Miss Honnold: modeleda
Myrtle Street. Andrews of Starke. will meet Wednesday, Dec 3, light olive coat of a pr'n- 17 & 21 JEWELLADIES

The refreshment table was The luncheon table was cen- at 12 noon at the! Holiday Inn cess-line style. It had six front

covered with a white linen tered 'with a Horn of Plenty for a Dutch treat Christmas buttons for closing, with long

cloth and centered with a Hall- flanked by red tapers. Place luncheon and meeting. set-in sleeves. Concealed pockets i MENSWATCHES

mark wedding: bell and dove cards marked the seating arrangement on the side front and the
arrangement. Mrs. Jerry Geiger for the 20 guests. stand up collar added to Its <
presided at the punch The hostesses presented the appearance. There was also a / DEPARTMENT STORES

bowl. honoree with; a personal gift 4 belt in the rear trimmed with ____
The honoree was presentedwith as a memento of the occasion.trie two buttons to help add to its
Mr.
and Mrs.
Grady Dewey
a personal gift and cor- appearance from the back. The
Ellis of Maxvllle the
sage from her hostess as a me- announce inside was fully lined with olive
on Friday::! afternoon, Nov. ,birth of a daughter, Rebecca
mento of the occasion. 21 in their classroom. Lynn on Nov. 18 In Bradford colored taffeta fabric. 88
Senior Miss
Twenty-five members of the County Hospital. runner-up was $
Linda Jean Sheward 17. daugh-
class attended and presented< Mr. and Mrs. David Christopher
; ,
ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. .Q 1
The Santa Fe Junior College
the honoree with an electric of Fitzgerald, Ga. an- $22 95Value
Sheward. 470 Alsey Drive. Or-
Practical Nursing program steam iron as a memento of nounce the birth of a daughter -
class, of which Mss: McMurtrieIs ange Park she modeled a
the occasion. Among those at- Amy Melinda on Nov. 18. heather blue two-piece suit.
a member gave a surprise tending lour instructorsof Maternal grandparents
were Mr.
are
Miss Sanella Raye Sands, 16, ,1
bridal shower for Miss McJ.Ii.ir-
the class. and Mrs. c. L. DinlUns of
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Holland -

.. Starke. Sands. 330 5th Street M r 1 e
.
! North Macclenny. was the Junior -
Biggest selection ever of mens & ladies styles.
Division Winner with a 4
\ =- Calendars. nurses. sport dress &! more all
Suit-Dress cf 100 cent washable
per w gift boxed. Shock resistant. Metal
expansion or
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( Enjoys with short sleeves. Inverted 'w
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Growing Things. I and underlined made of or-

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Ann Guerrero 16. daughter of }
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Guer- I

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Street Ocala.:: modeling striking
navy bodice and red 'and ,

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and white sailor collar.

In order to be in the competition -
girls had to make and ) PROFESSIONALHAIRDRYER CLAIROL K20HAIRCURLER LIGHTED MAKE SCHICK HOT

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selecting the fabric. pattern UP MIRROR LATHER KIT

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w Judges for the competitionwere It's portable but gives a Get a professional hair-do One side is a normal Instant Hot Lather at the
: Mrs. JoAnn Boatwright. professional hair-do every every tIme with these 20 mirror flip, it over and it's push of a button. Thermo
ExtensIon Home Economics time. 4 comlort settings: preheated rollers. No magnified, for close-up. 4 stat prevents overheating. ,.
I cool warm medium hot. water or messy lotions recessed bulbs give amble Plugs into any AC outlet.
Agent from Live Oak: Mrs. Lee Hood raises, & lowers. necessary. light..
Sanders radio station owner

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George Pierce attorney-at-law;
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v ?x, r'p,,alt. ,r r a be held at the Marion County
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Conners To Host I Average Local Family' Net \\V ort -- .-. -

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Fla.-Miami Game

Commissioner of Agriculture -- -..Is $13,600, National Study Shows


Conr.r and Mr', Conner
Doyle Are Bradford Csir.ty residents out in dollars! and; cents. figures indicate: an average net In the SI2.000 to Sis,000 bracket -
and lrs.. larvin Counceof :Mr. and :Mrs. E. L. :Matthews 'Will be host at a "gal postparty" richer than they t'.i'.nk: ? Some help In this directionIs worth of $13,600 per family lo l ses Of S38.300 tj SS3,(OPO.
Hollywood were Sunday visitors and :Mrs. n, B, :McLen- Class of 1960 In the Police\ BnvclentAssociation : What Is the r.'onh: of :tli> now available: : thro-jgh na-
of Mr.[ and :Mrs. V. V. : Park at M.ami: '.
the call) For the population cf Bradford -
don of Orlando attended the local family: taklnsr: atlonai studies made by
Hazen.Mr. funeral of their aunt:Mrs.L.M.: Plans ReunionThe from 3 to 6 p,m. Saturday, average into account Its cash savings Federal Reserve Board, the The amount applies: to the County a? a whole, the
Nov. 29 eceling: he Fbl':d.l" so-called "average" family. It total net'o'lh crates to :an
Edwards in Fort Lauderdalelast LUe Insurance anJ
the equity In its home its car, Institute of
snd :Mrs, Charles Sawyer Friday Bradford County High Miami: football game. lumps tcjrether all age groups: estimated:: $30.300(( ,000.InclaJed (\ .
and family; were Thanks- School graduating class of 1900! Anyone attending the game: investments Insurance, pension: others. -the older ones who have
gi>lr.g day gueltS of Mr.[ andMrs. \'N/2 and :Mrs. Donald Thorn- is planning: : a class reunion LObe from Bradford County is cor- reserves, clothing and the like? They find that the earning been aiding to their assets : 1 is the valv.e: : : of all
and its
:[ Albert Sawyer at Jack- ton and daugher of Pensacola held sometime: in 1970. dlally Invited to atend the A family: balance sheet, In capacity of a family over the years, as well as ihe housing automobile; : household -
ielated.:!
worth fiiecly:: :
sonville Beach. spent the weekend with their Members[ of this class are party. which assets are listed in one :net the are : brackets younger one, who are on the : equ'pnnt:;: !'fe :ir.'ur.ir.ce.
liabilities: : in Those in higher
and an-
l parents :Mr. and :Mrs. Ellis urge! 13: con-act: Mrs Mary column way up. wearing appaiel. ban's: ; accounts
Mr. and Mrs.[ T. B. Hardingand Thornton and :Mr. and :Mrs. Lou Edwards: Black 700 Bridges : other, may prove to be an eye- have assets equal to sevea1times For typical: families In some business: Interests and stock o
:Mr.[ and :M'rs.: L. N. Pick- F. W. Strickland. St, Starke, Fla. 32091 opener, 83:! mst people:! have their: annual incomes specific brakets.!;: the estimatesare : holdings.On .
ering are spending I the long 1 1It never figured out how much while those with:: mcdest in- follows those with:
weekend with:\lilssJune Hardingin they have accumulated over comes have accumulated pro- as :
Mr.[ and Mrs.: Brian L. Ham- incomes of S3.COO co
after-tax the other
le.'s. side:! cf the ledger
Atlanta. porilonately\ : -
ilton of Fort Lauderdale are Clubwomen Compete the years. Related: to Bradford County $7.000, a net worth: ranging are lr.-almnt: : de'):. mortgages ;:-
renting the W. B. Sewell homeon :Mrs Sam Rosenberg under- They know, In a general way, :
Mr. and :Mrs E. Ha'esare "a1'ningle'e13 from SlO,SCO tj Si'.SOO: : thcsawith mecl.ca:!: blll, )payments:
W. the current
N. Walnut Street.Dr. To went knee surgery; last Friday that they; are better c'.t than ani to
visiting Mr[ and Mrs John Design ClothingFor In Baptist :Memorial Hospital. they once were in most cases, In: the area, the national: S7.000 to S9000. net worthof due on the ca:' and all otherobligations. : "'

Deas in Lake City Wednesdayand and :Mrs. A. Y Covington the but they have never worked it: S13.SOO to S21.000-( : and those .

Thursday.Mr. and In-an Covington and chil- Handicapped Jww -

: and :Mm David Hodgesand dren guests of Gainesville of Miss Helena are Ran-holiday A unique national contest -
"Fashion Designs for the SHOP CARP'S
:Mr. and airs Larry L. ly in Valdosta, Ga. Handicapi'ed.' was;; announcedby SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Miller and family are visit-
ing :Mr. and :MIrs.'o Acie John- :Mr. and :Mrs Ralph Diggs the President of the General -

son in Charleston, S. C. from have as Thanksgiving guests, Federation of Women's;;
Wednesday to Saturdaj.Mr. :Mr. and :Mrs. A. H. Diggsof Clubs;;, Mrs;; Walter Varney
Conway, Ark., and Gordon Magee Co-sponsored by the
and IrKeith: \ Reeves Sullins and :Mr. and :Mrs. Bob PI'esident'sCommittet' on Em-

and family of Winter\ Park and Farrtor of Brooksville.\ l l'lo\ment of the Handicapped, d

:Miss Candy Woodburn of the contest is open to membersof
Gainesville an Thanksgivingguests :Mr. and :Mrs. John Greene the 15.000 federated women' -
of theUr. parents, :Mr. and son are visiting :Mrs.
and :Mrs. :\. L, Woodburn.Mr. Greene's parents, :'olr.and\rs.: [ ;; clubs;; across the nation. 3
Contestants;; will design and STORES t C '-
H. L. Chancey, Monticello: [ DEPARTMENT _
: and MM.: H. C. WIm- Wednesday to Sunday. make suitable garments for rzyBOY'S *
berlv of Eagle Lake are vis- Mr.[ and :Mrs. C. C. Hoppe handicapped, women and children masitr charg

iting :Mrs.[ -Ne son Green and and :Mr. and :Mrs. James C. with dressing problems.In .
family from Wednesday to Sat- Hoppe and children of Tampaare announcing this new con- I I-t-1 -

urday. Friday to Sunday guestsof te :Mrs.[ 0, L. Beasley and
.
Mr. and Mr*. Charles Din- :Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. severely handicapped woman SPORT & KNIT W11SWEATERS
shares;; the American dream of
:[
kins spent last! week with Mr.
being :self-sufficient.she deserves -
and :Mrs. David\ Christopherin : H. Truluck
Mr. and Mrs. J. We Your Choice
Fitzgerald, Sa. our support. can
and :Miss Edna Chittendon of
Sanford are Wednesday and turn our sewing skills and SHIRTS I Hand loomed 100. Kitten
Miss Sarah Barefoot of Jacksonville Thursday guests of :Mr. andMrs. creativity to clothes that are ) Soft Acrylic in beautiful

was visiting her [ Cljde B. Terwillegar Jr. truly functional flattering --- i'J colors Full fashioned and
father, P.M.: Barefoot over the and comfortable" Our R eg. $1 99 .. T" Long-sleeve-Cardigan neckline

weekend. Mrs. A. O. Andreu is home The contest ends January Cable & other detailed

after undergoing eye surgeryin ;) 15. 1970. and national winners Choice t patterns 3440.
Mr. and :Mrs. Charlie Wig- Your 1 j
St. Mncent's Hospital last
gins and children of Stockton. will be announced at the 79th / LADIES NYLONSTRETCH
week. Annual GFWC Convention in
Ga. were Sunday visitors of %
:Mr. and :Mrs, L. D. Vining. Mr.: and Mrs. E. W. Blau San Antonio Texas June 1970. T PS
Jude( for national award*
this weekof
of :Miami are guests
:Miss Frances Ford of Tal- :Mr. and :Mrs. L. F. Dinkins. will include nationally' known 1 + :"; J Sale Priced at ... $1.77
with
lahassee spent;:the weekend fashion experts and rehabilitation -

her aunt, :Mrs.ergie Flynn. D. T. Farabee Sr. of Fort specialists.: Washable stretch nylon, m

:Mjers spent Saturday to Wed- Awards for the contest. have long or short sleeves
:Mr. and :'olns.Ierrlll: Edwards Mock& full l turtle neck
nesday with Rev. and Mrs. been provided' by The SingerCompany e ;
and Mrs and :Mrs. Zipper back-Raglan or
Farabee Jr. and family. The
The McCall Pattel'nCompanr
David Black and family are Fort set-sleeves Solids
Farabee family returned to
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spending the fang) weekend withMr :Mjers[ with :Mr. Farabee for Coats and Clark. l_.U. & Patterns in pastels
: [ and :Mrs Jerome Edwards Inc.. and Oakville Division. of K 8. darks S-M-L

Naples.. Thanksgiving. Scovill Manufacturing[ Company "

Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Ham- l, and include cash. and 01 ,BIG SELECTION LADIES
:Mr. and :Mrs. Byron New- ilton have as guests duringthe merchandise.. In addition, the
comb and family of Tampa and long weekend :Mr. and Mrs. President's Committee will SKIRTperm
:Mrs and :Mrs. E. W, New- Steve Edwards of Tampa, and present' suitable ]plaque, and What a bonanza'' Select from, I t !
comb of Orlando are Thanks- press sport shirts in Ivy. ,,
Hamilton of Orlando -
sons, George \
' giving guests of :Mr. and :Mrs.G. and Gary Hamilton of certificates of appreciation.The Body& Dickie Styles or Acrylic] t Our Reg. to $4.99
S. Newcomft. FSU.: first place winner will receive Knitsin Hi-CrewStylmg \ a
\ Singer's top machine a ed fall colors in -Assort'l Mini & regular lengths

Larry Wlllluns\ : of Jackson- :Mr. and :Mrs. Gene Ivey Jr. color T\", and S50.00. Her respective plaids Sizes 6.16, / (\\ \ f ,. i High fashion flare from&
ville is home for the Thanks- are visiting :Mr. and Mrs. I- club will be awarded / fr AJ slimlines Choose
, \ _\ \.ools. acrylics, cottons & *
giving holiday., Sr. in Tucker, Ga. from $1,000 for a special: project to w f
vey solids
MEN'S SWEATSHIRTS s., \ > rayons in plaids &
' Wednesday to Friday. benefit the handicapped in the \
Mr. and :MBS. R. G. Thorn- : if \ J \ \. novelty patterns Pastels *
local community. State winners \ Darks Ladies-8-18
&
ton of Gainesville are Thanks-
f' giving guests of her parents Dr. and :Mrs A, Y. Covington will each receive a / t

:Mr. and MrsHarry: :Moot- spent Nov. 5-16 visiting Me Call's Sewing/, Book Coats VALUES TO 11,'99
Dr. and Mrs. :M. T. Bichon in and Clark thread assortment

Mr. and Mars Harley Hazenof Paducah, Ky., :Mrs. E. D, Cov- and Dritz's electric .*ci,,"or*, Heavyweight i in l LADIES LAVISH 2PC.PEIGNOIR .

I Center Hilll and :Mr. and ington Murray: )', Ky.,and Mrs.[ Lone or Short ,
:Mrs. Ivan H zen of Jacksonville Anna Irvan in Hardin, Ky. Sleeve. Crew-leck ,. ; SI TS

I of :Mr.were and Sunday:MIrs. dinner L. 0, Hazen.guests Local admittances to Brad- Food for and Regular Sleeve S ti% 1'S Fa s

! ford County Hospital this week Colors. S-XL. ,.L Our Reg. $3,99
Mr.[ and :Mrrs. Paul Hawkins ThottfjhtIncidentally
: include: Stephanie Smith, :Marcia -
and family Jacksonville and Douglas and Leslie McClellan Exquisite 2pc shift length gown
:Mrs. :Mae Hawkins of Waldo ....
2 with matching lounge coat
Lawtey; Clifford Geddis one of the new jr s 1
were Sunday guests of :Mr. and and :Mrs. Alice:McCrindle, Key- $3 Choose either acetate nylon
:Mrs. Titus Olson. est things to happen to a turkey -
I all with
stone Heights; Danny Whitehead 1 overlays or nylon
I :Mrs. Betty Bennett and is a sesame stuffing. All FOR t f : beautiful matching lace Beauti
: Mr. and :MIrs. L.M. Stonerof Arlis Hickerson Lake Butler; you do f is add one cup of toasted rPr \ { ful pastels! 'Black & Red S-hl!'lci
Ocala, Miiss: Rose Hellerof
Leslie Batts, Kingsley Lake; sesame seeds to your favorite
Clearwater, and Rex Brownof
Jacksonville are Thanksgiving Thomas Carlton, Waldo; :Mrs. stuffing or mix (enough for a l .
guests wf :Mr. and :Mrs.[ :Martha Erwin, Raiford; and 12-to-15-pound turkey). It's :

George W. Britwn. Sebe Harris, James Tomlinson, great in a corn bread stuffing,
Mrs. Elizabeth Starling, :Mrs. .

Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Lawson Nora; Wilkerson, David Black, too.And if you want togive! your _:i \ GIRLS I
Norman and Frederick
Angela
in Auburndale Sunday vis- \ ,.. '
were vegetables a new zest for holiday
Starke.APP.
Gay,
iting friends and relatives. entertaining/ try some of C\rr-' } -;, HOLIDAY \

the following tricks. Add a t, SEAMLESS MESH SHOP TODAY

pinch of mint flakes to pickled = \ AND

H Y with beets.a Saute sprinkle mushrooms of coriander lightly for t, I : DRESSES \ PANTY HOSE LAY AWAY

seasoning. Skake a bit of cin- ,
9 tomatoes, fresh or Our R g. $1.29S

..... namon broiled.on Add dill to glazed carrots Cf r'" $ O99 GIRLS amlcs* ho** t*

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combined.S
p'anty
and fresh ground nutmegto Values *
t in crotch for
spinach. Season to taste of PANTIES
) to $4.99 comfort. N w *t
i4Af9 *
course Our Rg. 39< shad**. SAvflyp&PCS -
,* l j BON MODENYLONS
M. Great new holiday select Fin* cotton& rayon
1 ion for your young miss.. with clastic '
'\s Features a select group of lg L waist
.... cottons Bi bonded knits in band. Prints Our Reg. 5CK ymanystyles.Beautifulholi

SERVICE SCHEDULE)! I, Solrds for Famous name seamless & PR I Iplamknit
CATHOLIC CHURCHES day shades InfantToddlerI3.6XR.714 Washable. nylons Guards '
//Or
2-14. in top & toe Newest
ST EDWARD'S. Starke: A shades. 8': 11.
Sunday Mast 8 am. and \ //
WE ARE 9:15: am.Monday.

Maaa, 8:30: am.
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THAMKFUL FOR YOU Wednesday Man, 7 p.m.
Saturday Mass and No-

veaa 7 p.m.

We're ST. WILLIAM'S, K'ltone Hta
proud to
Sunday Man 9 a.m.
A ?w Wednesday Novena, 7 p.m.
be part of this fine community
1 ST. MARY'S. Macclenny: :
Sunday Maas, 11:30: a-m.
and to serve LADIES
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MENS
&
., GIRLS
all the nice people'who -THK- : BHA FORD-- %,o/ Z "-a'' CHENILLE' PILELINEDHOUSESHOE

COUNTY TELtiGKAl'H:: -' v a "
are our customers. Happy iw--- EDSpREADSOur

PuHu: "tl cve.v Thllr&daY SETS Reg. $1.99,
at IIH ;v, call Street GIFT Our Reg. $$ .99 Our Reg. $3.99pilelining.
Thanksgiving' S'aike, Florida: 3201 $1-99 j Fur collar &

Second class postage paid' Our/selection Reg. 77] Beautiful wedding%rIng culptu design e 77 vinyl l.ining in this pile soft $ 77 | Soft Warm& hard' $

From all the at Stal ke, Floilda. I i Big rmin' .& Mrs.. over solid color $7 New <.ir.a9.houseshoe Pink | with soft vinyl sole | 6
or
II" Subscription Rates His&h '" sets. Washable 100% cot col I. | blue. Sizes 5/10-9/3. leather'look uppers. 36
I Folks at In trade area: $3CO per Embroidered. floral ton. Assorted full Opera style !jn
:; yen; $:i 75: six no.iths.OuMMe designs in lovely ors. Twin or Brown. Sizes 7-12.

taado area $5 50 pastels.
per >?ar; $3 CO six inanth

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Discusses bery," from Warner Bros.- Hunting!" at the 301 Drive In.
City Felony/ Cases GoT MoviesFlorida Seven Arts, opens at the Flo- Not soon forgotten will be

Negroes Question rida Theatre; Kim Novak, Zero the adventure and suspense
Theatre and 301 Mostel and Clint Walker experienced by Haley Mills and
Engineering Drive-In will be open every make the days of bank robbers Hywel Bennett In Boulting
night this week for the Thanks- like joke. production, in color
Circuit seem a big Brothers
Schools Court
Of o giving holiday. Playing at the 301 Drive-In of "Twisted Nerve."
(Continued From Page One) Featured Wednesday and Wednesday and Thursday, "Daddy's Gone A-Hunting"
(Continued From Page OD) Thursday at the Florida Theatre "The Valley of Gwangi" and Is a suspense thrilling storyof
Continued From One) -Has drawings on the SR-16 will be"Mackenna's: Gold",Carl "Dracula Has Risen From The a girl and her loafing lover
( Pap
project "more or less com- for six months after investi- session of non-tax paid whis- _Foreman's giant of a movie witha Grave", both suggested for who takes advantage of her
ter education that Kindergarten: schools are expensive! aid that gating his driving record. key in a dry county and with, cast of stars headed by Greg- General Audiences. and her home. Carol Whitepor-
through 6th graJe students attend thousands of dollars could be plete.Has left the groundfall pro- -John Perkins and Nelson removing and concealing it. He ory Peck and Omar Sharif trays the innocent unsuspecting
schools in their home saved by combining them but tection project on Its way to Grlffls charged with liquor law pleaded insolvency and the court fighting Indians, the 1870's and Sundaya girl who becomes pregnant by
neighborhoods rather than that the board had wanted to completion with the city; doing violations on Nov. 7, requesteda appointed Public Defender R.A. Southwest and each other Friday, Saturday and Kenneth Daly who in return
walk or have to be tianspoHsd'' keep the younger children: in the work. preliminary hearing. The Green Jr. to represent him. for the world's richest trea- excitement double feature with of thrills"Twisted kills her baby. See it all at
their home -Has the city's annual court so ordered. Griffis, charged with posses- sure.
more than a mile across busy communities.In ) ; engineering Gone A- the 301 Drive-in.
Nerve" and "Daddy's
intersections and railroad other ,action the board: report well along andR. Perkins is charged with pos- sion 'of illicit whiskey, is represented "This Savage Land", a heart _. ....,...... ._ .r.- ...
(Lex) GreenSr. '" J' ..
Will seek a legal opinionon S & II will complete it. by R. A. warming action-packed western "' -" .. .:.) T .
crossings. -Has an overhead distribution ty's legislators in ofa and Sat- :-'.\.;. .., ... 'l' ..!. ....; t' :ln". .<.I 'J.
He said that children could liability, insurance, etc. in ; support comes your way Friday | ...y. ,' ..' ;, ..." .!>.,.1 ,
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study in the '" "- .\
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not be bussed; to schools less regard to an offer by George process. move to increase the per urday at the Florida Theatre ] $ .I"!) ..
than two miles from their Ricks to demolUh the ,old Broker Will go over bond certifi- cent of fire and casualty insurance Soulhside' PTA when Barry Sullivan and his .. t'
homes since the School Board School for the materials sal. cation procedures with City; premiums which go family fight for a new life in 'r >. ,/ BUYING COINS l .
Clerk Merrill Edwards. to the retirement fund of the To Meet TuesdayThe the lands of Kansas. ;; ..
could net receive state funds vaged, at; no cost to the board. savage '
'to Will submit a final engine city firemen and policemenfrom J.20% TO 50% OVER Face Value: :tJ
(for thU purpose.C. Failed make a motion on report on the new Worthington On the double bill Fridayand ;
one cent to 1.5 .
C. Anderson principal of a request by Vo-Tech Center engine at the power plant., per per Southslde:! Parent Teachers Saturday the Florida Thea- >\'" DIMES QUARTERS, HALVES, DOLLARS ''\" '

RJE. said J hs:: did not objectto ) Director Ted, Oglesby for a Friday said the SR-16 engineering cent.Established a loading zone Association \\-U: hold its tre also offers a science-fiction ,'. 1964 OR BEFORE \ .
Negro students in grades payment of $250 for applicationto regular meeting Tuesday, Dec. thriller "Journey To The Far 1 ,
,
work will be an .
at the corner of Call and Wal- Also we will buy 1965 Halves Nickels 1959 or t i ,
7-12 attending the: central plant: the Southern Association for "awkward situation." It is 90- nut for the Florida Theatre. 2, in the schcol cafeteria. Side Of The Sun". Roy Thinnesand I >
i( before Cents 1951;) or before.
accreditation of the center. Ian Hendry are astronauts ; :; j
in Staike since attend.tceat 120 days before the work will -Refused to grant a loadingzone ; :
RJE High: School had dwindled Employed Mrs. Janet S. be completed. Priday saidR for Dahmer's Discount Mrs. Debra Stafford, SS assigned to explore a planet ;; HE BUY, SELL OR TRADE A
until It was no longer possible Lloyd for a special educationunit S & H will give the city House on Call Street. Dahmer music teacher, will: be in discovered" by chance to be '
to provide quality education In starting December 9, assigning its tracings and drawings on said he has no other access charge of the program. on the same orbit in the universe ( BULLINGTON'S.Starke ,. 1'

these grades. He did object to her ,ts Hampton: and the project or work somethingout than the front door to his pro- as Earth but previously Nlght"--
/::, Phones 964-7271 964-6250
Day
the phasing! out of t'.is! lower Lawtey.Heard with the city. perty. Chairman Jimmy McRae A nursery will provided; :: unknown because it always is ..
gn:'.... however, and sending Supt. Casey report turned the matter over to the for children through the first exactly opposite Earth on the .. : /.'..:.-" -: ...
these students to other schools. that he had received: nothing In other action, the Council: Safety; Committee, which met grade. Refreshments will be other side of the Sun. I .1r, ... ;. ." "C>}OY) ,. G ...... .:.., t t't, ..
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"When we started dej3gratlng: furthtr from the County Com -Took Clerk Edwards up when after the regular meeting and served by the ihlrd and fourth Sunday, Monday and Tues- .' ." -itiP ;:.. ..... .' \" ... ":" .' :.. >
the ; ...... """' ---
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mission its he suggested writing the .' \
,several years: ago we ail said on proposal: to deed conn- turned down Dahmer's request. grades.< .
tern, "The Great Bank Rob-
it's got to work, and it did the old courthouse to the School
work" Anderson: said "Now Board.

.some of us ore lying: If we
put white students In RJE it
wouldn't work-!but: the way we Raid Brings
made: It wck: once, we can
make it work again.' 2 Arrests On
School Boaid member Rodney

Hall of Chairman presiding H.in A the, La\vson absence Shine ChargesLiquor BIG SAVINGS

said that the neighborhood: ON PHILCORANGES

school concept had been developed charges have been

as best for the chlldien. filed against Nelson Oriffls, of
"Before I'd put social reform Griffis Loop and John Perkins

before education, I'd quit," he of Reno after their arrest on DISHWASHERS
-WASHERS DRYERS
declared. November 7 in a raid conductedby REFRIGERATORS
Casey said that what provoked Federal ''and State agents at
him was the fact that if Reno Orlffis's home.

was an all-white school "no Agents found 10 gallons of
one would gripe" not even moonshine in a nearby> palmetto DURING NASWORTHYS
HEW. patch and another 10 gal
Mrs. Maurice White, a Negro lons in a car owned by Per

teacher school in a said predominatelywhite "the power kins.Grlffls was charged ''WIth .AWHORIZED r ....
.
.
structure" dating back for possession of non-tax paid FACTORY SALE! ....

many years, was at fault for whiskey on a complaint signedby ....
the attltudB tsward t::.s Negro 'agent' Stoney W. Daw. Bradford ----------------------------e.Lrre -- ..
community, and appealed for a County Judge T. A. Yawn ,1 ----------.---------------ai E

,betterment of human relations. set bond at 2500. Turkey With Each Major J..IS ,.

"Why is it that whites don't Perkins was charged with .
Appliance Sold I :
Between T11
want to g> to Negro .schools: ?" possession as well as 'trans CO.TA"

she asked. porting and- concealing moon Now And Christmas. nIL ,

Casey asked Mrs. White, shine. Bond was set at $1,250 .... ---------- --- ; P.
did we ever try to do anything on each, count. '
to degrade black children?" The agents confiscated Per fmm ..& *

He pointed: out that 68 Negro kins car.Nine ...... Quality-Engineered ISJIW
..
students graduated: from hip'school i _.. D

last year, the most on Sftt.flfanlrta front loading
record Deer Taken ----M LC"" model washes ap to I i table

He asked Mrs. White if she During Past WeekNine I .e'tlng.ln..lnglelond
had a plan that; would work -- 7F4AGdO
-- FEATURE FOR FEATURE THE VALUE LEADEN IN PERFORMANCE
better than the present plan now
deer killed in the r
were .
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In use by the 'Btftcol'District.' Wild DishwashersElectric t Ranges f Jrrfdbnninpnorrn.nr.fhrn.ornnim'n"rLanC.dra"
: Camp Standing Life Man +ndand6l'of u.aMedamerard
In answer" to'the'question."Who .
agement Area during theweek, nattbb'twll/iniulalnl constructionPonetninenamrj
makes"decisions'oiTcibs" : Nov 1723. Hunters totaled 2- WashersElectric"and-t' Gas Dryers ''I> tnlmor :
"
Ing .schools? Casey replied .P/o..ol."aI.-.rullfHIljUl'
765 during:! the same period. ....yjro"/onJ"'Raldunlood.nRu".nd,..
that he made recommendationsto r
Other taken the
game during
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past week included: 9 deer, 54 = SAVE soo.oo ONLY $9995
IOJC
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accept reject.He PH
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quail. 174 cat squirrel, and 17 -
stated that neighbbnhaod
fox squirrel.
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1 Cigarettes Stolen

;1"" .. ; H urse Praises BHS Comeback At Waters Grocery **>i

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1 Ci Bare ttf1 "a ana .Tin,..*. sheila rare
Coach David Hurse was disappointed been for the effect of the penalties ball: for the first time this sea- so one of the team's leading points to the following players missing from Waters Gro1
In the 21-21 tie game ''the Tornadoes:! would >Ion. playeJ their final game tacklers. as a nucleus: receiver; Tim, cery in Lawtey after a break-in )>
,with OrangePiuk but Is proudhis probably have lost the game, for the Tornadoes. "They have Wideout Benjy Moxley played Murphey. tackle Danny Jackson early Sunday, Nov. 23 accordf
Tornadoes didn't quit try the coach said Improved tremendously," Hurse consistent ball all season. guard; Len Register: tackle inp to the Bradford Sheriff
As It was the tie game ended said praising the two linemenfor Hurse said. Gene Harris and backs: Jimmy Detriment.No .
ing."Only good thing that came the footbal season at 352. "consistent line perform- Junior quarterback Dean Alvarez Dais Johns and Dean arrests have been madein
out of the game Friday was It was the worst record of any ances." ,Johns who took over In mid Johns. "They'll be heavily the case.Mlssinj .
1947 -whena Richard Tommy Elland when Norman injuredhis counted on," Huvas said. about 150 cartonsof
that we dU not quit when: we BHS grid team since Sapp season ; are ,
way behind with only a Bradford team went 37. and Jim Shuford are other arm was praised: by the Another grldder: to get mention cigarettes; nn.l 10 boxes of '
were
short time left to play" the It was the final game for 13 seniors Hurse says "who have coach for his performance in from the BH3 coach !ssophomore .22 caliber; rifle shells, accordIng : .',.
Big Tornado said: "That Is one BHS seniors. Captain Ralph contributed a great deal to (the the closing minutes in Orange :: Bernard Brown the to Deputy Sheriff John .
of the greatest lessons they Morgan linebacker sal defensive team this year." Park. little brother cf Larry Brown Dempsey.
A'M could have learned" he added. signal caller played:! his Mike Norman tough senior "It came a little late: In the now playing defensive! eud for
He was disappointed in the 'usual fine ball game Friday fullback: quarterback, and defensive year but he came of age in the Kansas. Brown came up horn boys for the past: three years
.game as a whole however because night Hurse said ard: ,was the cornerback received last four minutes" Hors said the Junior varsity; to help out have quit football: : before the
"we've been playing; leading tackler for the game. high praise from Hurse for his referring to the five pia paint the defensive: ; backfield when 11th grade. Last year: 93 per '-
pretty good football since the End Tom Marks guard Bill: effort in Orange Park. Norman pass completions one for a injuries: hit and "has done a cent quit and were not cut this .
Palatka game." Buby and center Tommy caught three key passes and touchdown. Johns playsd the fine Jb.J "He's gonna: : be a year. It was about 80 per cent
"Only when we\ got mad did Blackshear, nil veteran line ran hard in the two BHS kind of ball BHS coaches:: knew good one," Hurss siys.: the twj; years before
from, the capable! cf Hurse said. Coach Huise also had: the think and hops this
put forth the effort it takes men also( received praise drives that tied game he was : "We
We
'to win" the Tornado coach the BHS mentor. "They all dH: Hurse noted. "Johns did: a real t.necb of following comments on the condition year's ninth; grale: team will
said referring to the three 15- a good job: and have played Christy Chandler:! the BHS :Slay calling and execution in of football at BHS: continue; through their senior:
9 yard penalties pinned on BHS considerably good all year." coach says was a fine running the final minutes" the coach "The primary reason BITS is year. If so. we'll have good ball
f In one orange Park drive lathe Tackles Rudolph Perkins and back and blocker. A linebacker : said.Looking in the position! it is now :is due clubs again; If they drop out; .
secona half Had it not Buddy:: Sapp bath out for foot- on defense. Chandler was al to( 1970 Coach Hurse to the fact that Junior; varsity we'll continue to stay down."

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Happiness is a BITS touchdown.
CJ fun Begins i //ome!
Not only do many athletes ( fam/ty
Ukt )
make more chief money than but thenation's Bradford High I ,11,

executive 'i"'" ;: ;" .. NO MATTER WHETHER YOU PREFER FONDUE HIBACHI/ OR JUST
;
the latter can't cash in on a Parents To Go '" BYO'q '
chain of presidential fingerlickln J ''1: .. A GOOD OlD BARBECUE PIT, HOME COOKING IN OR OUT IS IN'WHY "
,' NOT PLAN A MEAL TODAY THAT WILL lET EACH MEMBER
good fried chicken
drhcins.Jacksonville. Back To SchoolA 4 r o J-.1 OF THE fAMILY JOIN IN THE FIXING AS WEll AS THE FEEDING
: .
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spaghetti supper sponsored" L 1 '" JUST REMEMBER WHEN YOU GET YOUR MENU READY. .
If c:;;
by PTA the at Bradford the annual High; Back-to-School '/-:1.tI : b ,r ._f\, WINN-DIXIE IS THE PLACE TO START!

School Night: sat for parents '
Thursday: Dec. 4. T''
BusinessDirectory The supper will be served :\ :
from 7 p.m. to 8:30: p.m. ._ -j I PRICES GOOD All WIIK..NOV. 28-DEC..3
Parents will pick up their .
childs: grade:: report far the Iltb u'rk eeulKrn '/ E (/
second six weeks which ended

Wednesday Nov.BHS 26.Activities Parentsare BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICED Vll "AI
urged by
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ONE12 ,
Auto Sales and Service Director Warney Adkinson to x 24" PRINT
learn their chili's class schedule ,n nil 1 rpn w..r r
Parrish MotorsSALES and roam number so they BACON
will t>2 able t) attend his classes
,
and visit with Instructors when
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they dslre.Flori.la
SERVICE VOLVO Statewide Ninth AMERICANrcrCHEESE ..59'SWl'S "'

PARTS Grade Test scores will also at the be CHEESE . 55e
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jf sale 20" LB.
Always Good Used Cars Back-to-:;:chcol night. PIMENTO CHEESE .69=

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Co. ;souse! except far the office of . . u59c USDA CHOICE W D BRAND CORN FED BEEF SAVE 32 e Les.
Electric
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Serviced Repaired 28, officials say. BEEP NEW YORK ,
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STEAKS SAVESO LB
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t..JOH I.enox Jax 387-2528 'office, In the old courthouse < .
will also be closed both! Thursday
PIANOS and Friday:: for the Thanksgiving 1 i

holidays. CHASE AND SANBORN ALL GRINDSoffee
YAMAHA: PIANOS
CONN and KIMBALL: Starke City Hall will be close r 1 0 r
ORGANS ed only Thursday however and
will be open for business as I
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office now for:> it to close two
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Close 1969 Grid SeasonTornadoes




Gain 21-21 Tie With Orange Park




Making up a 14 point deficit with five minutesof yards to open the third per- .

II torrid play in the fourth period, Tornado gridders iod, again with Brokas nice- I Irr
r
gained a 21-21 tie with Orange Park's Haiders. ly mixing his running and
passing attack, but a fumble at
Closing out their 1969 sea- the right Hat. This time It iv: the BitS 36 was snapped up

son in Orange Park Friday was good for 19 yards to the by the Tornadoes' Christy
night the charges of Coach Da- OP 25. Chandler.

vid Ilurse ended with a 352 Johns then hit Murphey! up Then late in the third per-

record, most dismal in over the middle again for 18 yardsto iod Brokas returned a short

12 years. the OP 7-yard line. BHS punt 13 yards to the Tor-
Trailing 21-7 after being With the clock not working nado 43 and Orange Park was
scored on twice in the fourth nobody knew if the Tornadoeshad off again.

period, the Tornadoes suddenly enough time to push over ) Running up the BHS middle

came to life. QuarterbackDean another score. But Johns, on I I'b -1 with Gary Baxley and David

Johns had completed but the option, kept around right r Wllford dug out two first downsto
two passes in nine attemptsto side for five yards to almost the Bradford 17. There Bud-

that time. the two, a five yard gain. dy Sapp nailed Baxley after
Orange Park had outplayedthe the two, a five yard gain. L : \ one yard and Chandler stopped

Tornadoes on two scoring Christy Chandler got the TD tt Wilford after three yards. But ,
drives and was virtually giv- on third down after two more Borkas went around the BHS left

en a third TD when officials option plays. end for 10 yards and a first
called three consecutive bad That tied the score 21-all down at the BHS threeyardline ....

conduct penalties on BUS and and gave the Tornadoes a on a big play. Then In j
marched Orange Park 45 yards chance to win on the extra t two tries the OP signal caller '

downfield in one fell swoop.It point conversion. But Dean finally bulled the ball over for \

was the penalties and the Johns' kick was wide to the OP's second TD. But Perkins '"
desperate situation, apparently right. a
nailed Brokas on a two point -
which made the Tornadoes With less than two minutesleft conversion run which would '
decide to play ball. to play, Orange Park QB
With a first down at the Mickey Brokas, a driving dy- Christy Chandler scores to tie Orange der with the four on his number 40 win have given It turned Orange Park the I'''
as out.
Raider 49 by virtue of a 15- namo Friday night who almost Park game up 21-21 with just two can be seen on the goal line Brokas also played a major '
'
yard penalty for personal foul pulled out a win over the Tor- minutes left to play. Chandler's shoul- role In Orange Park's third
called on an OP player, the nadoes, used It all trying passes "
Tornado quarterback went to but having to run when receivers touchdown. He picked off a Mike Norman stiff arms an Orange Park player
Dean Johns and Orange
work. covered BitS pass and 29 yards to the Raider
were by Park got the ball on Its 27 goes on a pass reception
Johns l hit fullback Mike Nor- defenders. lie gained short yard line. 20. The play set up a BHS touchdown: Norman madeit

man on a running swing passto yardage but BHS didn't give On first down an Orange even better when he went 12 more yards on the ;
the right side. The BUS him a chance to throw the
Park lineman burst through before next play.
fullback the long
caught perfectly pass.
the snap. BHS' Bill Buby .
placed ball the dead BUS DEFENSE SCORES
on run ,ri
reacted, dragging the OP player -
and traveled 29 yards to the The Tornadoes took a quick i
to the ground. Officials ruled Yds. Rushing 57 127 STARKE
Raider 20 before he could be 7-0 lead in the first period
Buby had raised l his fist to Y ds. Passing 113 123 .
hauled down. Johns I Norman when captain Ralph Morgan
strike the OP lineman and 7-15-1 7-16-1
Passes complt.
again on the next play and the blocked Brokas' first punt of 8USINESSDIRECTORY
tossed Buby from the 0 1
game. Fumbles
fullback the night picked the loose
big went eight yardsto up
That began to raise the dan- 83 50
the OP 12. ball and ran 12 yards for the Penalties
der of the BHS contingent.Ten Punts 6-30.8 6-30.5 !
The BUS signal caller then score. Several Tornadoes were
two straight personalfoul
threw straight up the Orange in on the rush on Brokas, but '"
penalties netted Orange SCORING SUMMARY .
Park middle wide It who to
to receiver was Morgan managed
Park 30 more yard in penal-
Tim Murphey for the score, block the punt. !\UTO SERVICE
ties. The Raiders finally wentto BitS 7 0 0 14 21 i .
Murphey holding onto the ball Orange Park first got on the "
the play numerous times Friday. work from the BHS 27 yard 0 12 21
Orange, Park quarterback Mickey op 2 7 -
Scoreboard the first
despite a hard tackle as he as periodon !
made the catch. Christy Chand- a safety after Brokas, an Brokas goes around the Tornado left Mike Norman, 12, Tom Marks, 75, and line.Baxley Gilbert S. Brown
got a yard before Mke TOUCHDOWNSBHS ;
ler went around right end on excellent punter, kicked out of end for yardage. The Tornadoes saw Ralph Morgan 66, close in. Norman, who played a tough Oil Service Station
the option play for a two-point bounds first on the BitS 13,then Standard
defensive game, nailed him. 1) Morgan, 12d.. run ATLAS
conversion. the five. From the five ?
on yard The ball exchanged hands four lie handled the ball on 12 playson Brokas' favorite receiver who Wilford lost four yards then after blocking punt. Johns EP TIRES BATTERIES
BitS then line BitS
trailed MikeNorman's halfway
15-21. was penalized more times In the second per- the drive, longest of the scored two touchdowns on pass as Jimmy Alvarez fired up to kick good. 2) Murphey, 12- cudgel Terms Road Service
onside kick-off skid- to the for offensive
goal iod, then Orange Park's offense night by either team, as he es. That put OP in Tornado nail him hard on an end run yd. pass from Johns. Chandlerran PHONE 964-7071
ed throught the hands of holding. Johns tried a pitch
an began to move.It passed the ball or rolled out territory at the 48. for 2 point conversion. 407 N. Temple starke
Orqnge Park out to back try.On
player and Tim running Jimmy
took the entire last half as If he were going to pas Brokas ran for eight to the third down Brokas wentto 3) Chandler, 1-yd. run. Johns I
Murphey alvarez but waited
too .
promply pounced on longto of the second period and 14 and then run. the air for Tommy LaneIn
40 on the roll out option run EP kick failed.
the loose ball. pitch. Alvarez could't turn HURST'SSHELL
but
plays, quarterback Mickey the endzone. BitS' Mark
Dean Johns, from the OP 44 the corner and was nailed behind From l his 21 Brokas or pass before Perkins made
Brokas drove his Raiders 79 saw
Milner there both 2))Lane
the stop. was players OP- \1)) 2 point safety. ,
yard line, again went to Nor- his own goal for two
a halfback
almost Gary Baxley stopped
yards singlehandedly. Azell Nail got less than a went up, both boys fell to the 23-yd. pass from Brokas. Bro-
man on the running pass In point safety. cold by Bradford's .RudolphPerkins yard through tha BITS line- thenBrokas ground, and ball bounced In kas EP kick good. 3) Brokas, ,.Service Station

ana Danny jacKson. went to work running\ the air. But it fell right into QB sneak. Brokas EP kick
Then the Raider QB rolled to Lane's hands and the Raiders failed. 4) Lane, 31-yd. iHXa Oils Lubrication
or passing the ball for the next pass ''
his right with the ball cocked, nine plays to pay dirt. receiver caught it as he fell from Brokas. Brokas EP kick 'Moiiarc 'I"Ires & Batterlci
BHS 7th
InState then tucked the pigskin under RO.\D
The OP quarterback ran for for Orange Park's third TD. failed. SERVICE
his arm and ran with it. lie
Brokas missed the 301 and .100 Start
2, 4, and 3 yards,all on sweeps. extra point
went 11 yards, to a first down
kick which would have the
The Tornadoes had him three won
I at his 32, before Danny Jack- yards short of a first on fourth game for OP, and the Raidershad

son nailed him from behind down, but Brokas passed six what then looked like a FOLLOW THE GATORSTHIS

yards to Ricky Barfleld for a safe 2-07 lead midway the
In Cross Then came a 20-yard pass first at the BITS 25. fourth period.

CountryBradford play, longest gainer of the Two more passes fell Incomplete Orange Park had 14 first FALL OVER RADIO

drive, to wideout Tommy Lane, and Brokas could gain downs to eight for BHS and
only two yards running. Then 250 yards gained compared to

High's freshman points Miami Curley was sixth it was again fourth down.at 170 for BHS. 'WPXE ALL GAMES!

dominated cross country team with 120 points, BHS was y 11Y ID'. 'I I1ii11Mlf the BitS 23._In a do-or-die '.:. COURTESY

finished:! seventh In state >seventh with 133 points, Bartow. + attempt Brokas threw Into the

championship competition Saturday was eighth with 223 points; endzone to Tommy Lane for STATISTICS BILL POWELLInsurance

Nov 22, at Titusvllle. ninth was Mount Dora, 230: the TD. The OP quarterbackthen

The BHS youngsters, none of 10th, Bishop Moore, 240; 11th kicked the extra point and BHS OP and Real Estate
the Raiders led 9-7.
whom had ever seen a track Charlotte County, 255 points
ltr '-
: Orange Park marched 36 First Downs 8 14
meet with as many people; present and 12th, Montverde. .

as the 2,000 Saturday have "All of us can b3 prcud of ..-wri+rr ..r .rrr..ri I'I.rIMAIYw'IM w/Ywrrw i.wr-..-i.w i.wi-.wis w .wiswry wY+uw-wrl--- yIyRrjy"" ::.
receive:J! high praise from both this team," Coach Lop r say3. I 1

their coach, George Loser, and "They sacrificed a great ,deal i
BHS Athletic Director David to achieve a successful season )

Hurse. and they look forward to spring MR. MERCHANT
"Our boys did their best In track and to next fall with that i e et )

their first experience on a eager anticipation that makesa t
state championship level" champion." 1

Coach Lopar says. Hjrss termed t

the BHS performance "an

outstanding: ; effort for such a F. Federal Wins )

young team." 1

Bradford captain Larry = .

Green, a freshman, finished! t v't 1 _
;
14th at 10:54: among runners Small Fry TitleFirst )

from all over FlarlJa. A dozen --- ...\ rurnlISIre. rs

teams and 12 Individual performers Federal Savings & Loan I. R )

were competing;: from wrapped up the Small Fry grid r 1 i
60 Class A high schools In the ? f
championship last! weak ending: 1
state Coach Loper says. the .season undefeated: with .a .. -; t
Leonard Garrett finished 11-0 record. s :1 I r. 'b

24ih at 11:14: ; Buddy Paterson In the final games of the e1(0Jt j

'was 25th: in 11:15: Richard Fill season, First Federal downed I \

was 33th: In 11:27: ; Jimmy Low- Kentucky Fried Chicken 270.

ery was 37th In 11:29: ; Randy First Federal led Mike The round ball bounces
was by once again at BHS I
Hodges: was 40tti in 11:32: and Kitchens who passel:! for two First game is Dec. 6 in Green Cove. i
David Menj was 69th In 12:43.: TDS and scored one himself.
Holland Corbltt ths B1I3 r
was
Wade Wlnkler and Bobby rye (
{
alternate team member to Smith were on 'the( rec3ving: 69 Cage SeasonTo ; l r

make the trip. ends of the passes.\ Curtis Da.
Finishing first for the state vis scored the other touchdown

burg's championship!Bishop Barry was St.High Peters-with for First Federal. The BIG Christmas Blitz
The second game was rained Shopping
56 points. Miami Blanchs Ely out mlJway: in the first half sot Begin Dec. 6 j
with 58
was a close seconi ;
didn't count In the stand- --
points, Miami Boca Raton was
third with 103 paints, Miami Ings.Due Basketball season opens Dec With five of their tint seven Starts Right After THANKSGIVINGMake
Chaminade fourth, with to the fact that all the 6 when Bradford High cajsrs men returning the Tornadoes I
was
teams didn't play the same will travel lo Green Cove will be experienced. What they
110 points, Gainesville P. K.
number of frames.! There Is only Springs for what; U expected ,will need is somebody to move

Yonge was fifth with 117 the champlcn of 'the league. to be a hot battle. Into the holes left by Charles Sure You Tune In With The Shoppers Of

Final Standings: First Fed Then Dec. 9, on Tuesday Blye and Adrian Brown. Blye i

No RainfallNo eral 11-0, Community Bark 3- they will travel to( Macclenny to led BHS scorers with class to

6-1, AnJrews Drugs 37.1, 'take on Baker County Wildcats a 20-point average and Blown N This Area

Kentucky Fried Chicken 372. Round ball fans will: get averaged well into double fig !
rain, or almost none, fell Men's Basketball ures and was an excellent
to see their first cage game With
Your
in Bradford County during; the There will be an organizational here Friday, Dec. 12, when the floorman for the Tomaioes.:: : Advertising Message

seven days prcccd.nif; Nov. 24, meeting Monday! Dec. Tornadoes meet the Yellow Mark Graudons averaged 13 '
accorJlng ta the Florida D.vls-: 1, 8 p.m., at the Recreation Derailment
Jackets from St. Augustine. last and
points per game year
ion of Forestry Ifeadquat isrs of In The
for the purpose Eight lettermen are back: David McKnljht 12, but that,
on SR-loo west of Stalk organizing the Men's Recreation from the 1968 BUS basketball Coach Sexton, points out, Is the 9

County average was .03 inch. Basketball League. squad which posted a 15.8 record only big scoring players return-
cs with no measurable: rainfallat Teams that plan to play in under Coach Miks Sexton !

New River and just a trace the league this' year are asked In his first; year as varsity Ing.Christy Chandler: Tim Mur SPECIAL CHRISTMAS EDITION OF THE
to tend a representative lo the >>
startersMark
At Lawtey and banta Fe. Fifty- coach. They include phey, Tom Marks and Freddie
year averajc; for November Is meeting. Graudons David!: Mc- Graudon:! are all capable cf being
3.87 Inches. Bantam Ends Season Knight and Tim Murphey: the high, scorers Sexton says.

The Bantam FIJi League sixth and seventh men from Chandler, Harks, and Graudon ; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

nounl Of Cnnnlr C'nmnilimloner. closed ou' Us season, with the 1968, Dean Johns and Christy also are capable of ,bccomUff i
llrmiroril CountyKlnrkr. final games played Tuesday, Chandler. plus Tom Marks strong rebcunders, the coach

FlorliliiRfxflPtM. : Nov. 25. Freddie Graudon and: Gicu HI- December 4th iI
And says.
>> .
I KVII n-lllnri-n Through Thursday, Nov. 18, ,
Tin!lnn.-rn All I Kiintls 0''ho herd. Dean Johns and Ores: Rihora
Tinnril. Of rvninlv ('"",ml"HlonUrH, Starke Bull-tors: Sjpply was Douglas Brown anti Randall also are capable of scoring
.
FloridaflKf'RII'TH' I
fount
Uruilfwd- : : leading the league, undefeated, McGee have been brought up points and ,both are being looked 1 In this special Christmas Edition, we are planning spot color in the ads for '
Canh nnlnncu" O"t"hOl'174.77G,41' with an 8.0 record. from the Junior varsity Out for to take up the ball hand ,. '
those who desire it. The rate for the color will the
Rpri-lpt 1. I'HtH* From AHMniirffiH Games played last week Haw the first time are two Juniors, ling responsibilities of Brown. extra depend upon num.. I

fM".4IM.71Kxn Starke Builders down Koch's Len Register and David Naplor. Murphoy'H big asset last sea- ber of inches on each page call us for details and rates.
Tetal.vnll"hln 1.71Y,161.13 I Drugs 14-0 and defeat CaJllUcUniform
I 1'XI'I.oorf'l'llltl': : :: The '69 Tornado cngcrs will son ,was his floor play. Ha lei

._ ,<>n' I lr. Kochs
Carp's Store downed
of ball they used ]net ycnr. "Graudons, McKnight and .
l-:h"r Itxlanrnn:::16. ISM 4nptr'mt asol6.1 18-0 and Cadillac, 12-G. They will run and shoot when Murphey have proven thcm! sl. !'t 'Ads to be layeit TOTAf. 1.7 IN IHI.13) Standings: Thursday Nov. tlo successfully. questionis a Friday, November 28, 5 P.M. '
Vitr, 'III" PlMPiil Y'rtir lOmllnKHoptLinlirr : they can so ves capable. The big
::1"i 1'jOO! 18, Staikc Builder 11-0, CIU'P'SStore Coach Sexton nays, 'but they the kind of Job Chandler, }1 Ads to be photographed from "slicks" or prods }
1t 11-27 3.5, Cadillac Uniform 3-3, will: also be able to play ball Fre'dlc' Gmudon, Dean Johns, :Monday, December 1, 5 P.M.

Koch Drug 26. control when they have 'to. and Greg Riheid will do.: \'

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engaged In biiMnvm at 1t8 AlalapIn.ertv4RInflleaiiiinIlonprinter. and amount ui) to 1n..atl! !' 'I'" to
nesday at the Jenkins Hecrea- r- ted tTwenty program. North Walnut Strcot. In the m.- be reset printAuditor's detector counter -
Grove Street. MYF members at- city of Stnrke. Florl tion center on In FIrat..II'o"" nrtvanoe* on oncb time n -
All parents and guardians are LAWTEYBy tended the Sub District meeting .nhl That himlnesit the party nt..I'rl.e Interested. I. ws 1I".lItor.cnptinned tar. detail title fee nlllIt. et tape And" pent Uev In, ilepre CnnstrtirMon.J.ocnl .fifrlHenvv .

Community Invited to cooperate with Mr. In Lake Butler Monday fallon s: President. 919 A 11.lItnllr Print on tape a" follow.: T.O. Service'Piitv provMed.Dne .
the benefit of the They won 'V. King Grant anti ST, ,\. Llatlnc feat- :MilnttnnnceTen .
: Jenkins for Enu Blaaebard night of last 'week. W. Peachtree St. N. E.. Atlanta T1 FE entering amount ot tRIf. fear Year M-Unt.nnnce.Immediate ,
for
boys. ,J' the attendance banner for the Olio 11-2T: 4tch 12.18 ure any fees or taxes. validate. total Delh'el'l'' .
to-
third 'time. Accompanying the Rlllollnt on license Each Vlrgrlnln F Pnrhv.
SCOUT TROOPAll and to hate an accumulation Virginia F. Darby Clerk Ad In-
tat
GIRL Rev.
:young people were caparl\\ of nellineAAdbnR O.. ,....... terlm
MEETING il
Interested in Joining F. I
News girls HOMEMAKERS Mrs. Eugene 11-20 2t 11.21
Mrs. Don Denton. Juil *. Court isAnd ,
Tbe Couar r .
In pnpnp:
the Girl Scouts are invitedto Extension Homemakers metThursday Starling, Mrs. H. E. Priest bvr i.ruu>: r attend the meeting held each of last week with "',urltlt>. .PO total \ '
Traylor. "
J : Mrs. R. N.
and rile "No. 1-IU10 t alaDedvancec9nelntq
keeUllte
Hy Elizabeth; Givens Wacker'RECREATION : Monday evening at 5 p.m. For Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Those First Baptist: Sunday School a"la. ii..: Ixttute ot Lillian. B. tapeePoentn. ACCU nnilatMB

information call 964-6683 for :attending were Mrs. Truby 9:45. Worship, 11 a.m. 'and 7:30: Clita in..., Dttvttctwd For utl'e rtowlnsoccumulnted nlllllh..I' to-
: Fiinic Petition dials
information. All interested parents Wainwrlght. Mrs. T. V. Duck p.m. Training Union 6:30.: Mid- lIou"Final". L of>i.chuiu" of AdiiiiniairaUNotlce tal when nI.llnllr. tape undrrlnekto EXPERTTree
NEWS Hawks and Junior Hawks vs and guardians are invitedto McFarland. Mrs. Harry Wednes- Detailed alllIt r"\'do\ of all
7:30
Mrs. week service : p.m. printed
Volun- ls. hereby given that I provide l'f oc-
the Falcons and Junior Fal- attend the meetings. J. H. Faulkner hit the crder Surgery
All boys and girls ages 12 Faulkner. Mrs. llieu my polinon lor ulsiriuutiuu tran""tlon. and
have spaced
to 19 who would like to parcons.. Game time 7:30. teer helpers are Invited to participate Mrs. George Tribe, Mrs. J. C. day.Church of God: Sunday uua tor Inial aiscMaiB. ('u'a, nrp. nrcenathle Can h. for nntntinne.Conarcutve \ Tr..Removal
in the work. Miss Auullnll.u'lItul' ut thu !::elateof nln.t hp print\ on Tr..
a. to Feeding
ticipate in City League Base- Tye Mrs O. J. Boyelt School. 10 ajn. Worship, U luiiiiun U. U""I11" d..cu..d.and number .
ball are asked to register at BOY SCOUT NEWS Enza Blanchard, Mrs. Ed Durban a.m. and 7:30: p.m. YPE Wednesday taut vit Jjuiemuer u, 1t'. J. audit tape.EletriCnlly operated u'1t1pro'lan" \ PruningD-Mot ting
CHURCH NEWS MI's.H. will apply> > li> the HunuiaulsThoion oporatlo1In \
WednesIOU more boys were Boy Roberts 1 fn" IIIAnllal .
Reno Recreation George
the Will : Mrs. 7:30 p.m. A. Count Juuavin SsnpOdnding
xu\\n.
Scouts there would be less boys Greater Bethlehem Free the demonstration ,,.. of IO\\.r failure.Date .
.nt
day through Friday from 7 to C. Walnwright. and Highland Baptist Church: Re. and fur liiadiorU County nteehanlem tn1.. endercontrol Bracing a Cabling
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper order ot dmtrk- dntc' 18 .. .
6:30 out looking for trouble. agent Miss Martha Sunday Klurmu lotau Laake 11\ when Cavity "
p.m.All services start : d..chur"ea.
Sunday Schoolat vival ana for final h. runnersthrough
butiun
Williams pastor. only
basketball fans invited All boys interested in join- Following of the estate Pet and can controlk'RVad
are Morning service at .Sue McCain. Nov. 23. Everyone welcome. Admliiiatiator use of nudior. EVERY JOBc.mpl..ly
to see an Interesting game ing Troop 71 are asked to con- 9:30 on how .to make 11 ot Juiiiiau U. Uliames. deceuuud.Robert l ,lnur.dSatisfaction
Jen- 11. Evening service 6 p.m. demonstration \Sunday School 9:45.: Woship. F, Uuantvs. Jt.Myron contrnled! by
Scout Master Jimmie reset .
tact social
Wednesday Nov. 26, at 8 p.m. Monday night Choir No. 1 will articles of clothing a a.m. and: 7:30: p.m. Choir Prac- C. Ptevalt only Guaranteed
( ) in RJE The pubklns for information or attend wMx: refresh P. U. fa'SrK'ldW to print Payment Han
tonight gym. ChoirNo. was enjoyed Meeting 7:30:
hour XHelBhts.
Prayer 32656
the meeting held each Wed- rehearse. Tuesday night Rice 6:30.: Key.toii Florida Identify anl'all' Availobl.SAPP'S, .
is invited to attend. The : :. hostess. Ford to
lic the Brad
3 and Ushers Board No. ments served by p.m. Wednesday. A Week of Attorney. tut.tdndnietratotI1.3: H 11-21 date media.nepent Ind..'CInr .
-: 1 will meet. Wednesday night CHURCH ACTIVITIESGrace Prayer began Monday to be t..alll"-Inv after dcprre. Ingrepeat

T Prayer Meeting.Thursday night United Methodist: Sunday held at 7:30 p.m.at the church. Circuit Court. Eighth, Juillclnl", any key nl1\nllnt.. am""nt hnld 1> without -, SUICEONS
11a.m. In "' Till
keyu I
I Rudd Gas Water Heaters Ladles Circle will meet. Fri- School 9:45.: Worship. On Thursday there will be a Circuit", In Ana Fur .llrud'ord r".lnlexlt\lr nnpunt lore not a.I' 2015 N.W.6.h Sm.374a1.i .
:So
day night the I Can Circle will and 7:30: p.m MVF. 6 p.m. special Thanksgiving service Count, Kli>'o.rldn.1Wilbur Cltil: cUODDock.t Consecutive, ** ..
Saturday night dinners Choir practice 7 p.m. Wednes- Blue of Jackson. :So. \'anrp. side printer for valM-i- -,-j- i
meet. with' Rev. Ed Case Left .1\ ', '
)
:, ;, heats water 3 times faster! will be sold from the kitchen. daY.The of vllle as the guest speaker. Dinner -v.- Dorothy:N! "'oodal L. oodslde l
; The Invitation is given to all WSCS met Tuesday___ will be served followed by year
I '''''-
: \# ,"' members and friends to enjoya last week with 12 memberssent. pre social hour.Visiting Notice, Of Action
Hot Water At devotional a State Ot Floi-ld* I BRING THIS AD WITH, YOU.
"J.J Rivers Of tasty chicken dinner from Mrs. Olin gave the Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. County Of BradfordTo

- the kitchen. and Mrs. Lee presen- Anders from Monday to Friday : \Lioruthy Li. Wooaslde

; __ 4.I LOW, LOW COST Ebenezer Baptist Church to 'were Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Strick Address You are nutlfleil Unknown that an ac- 3 Bedroom Mobile Home

. .,;, Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- mas. Parents are asked land: of LKhia. Other visitors tion for IMtoice has I been filed Featuring Spanish. Mediterrean Early American
';' Morning ser- send the children to nntl you are required -
School, 9:45. against you
t day please
: with -were Mr. and Mrs. Saba Rowe to serve. a copy uf )our writ- Contemporary and Country French ((1st time showing)
.' Pay For It From Your vice. 10:45. Evening service practice and cooperate and Mrs. defenses to 1\\. If any onPlaintiffs --
i' ,::.A I The Junior Choir will of Inverness and Mr. ton undersigned. Attorneyon .. -....-..- .-' -"
: 'I" SavingsPURCHASED I 6:30.: the activity. Charlie Strickland of Jacksonville or before l\>ui..muer I, lade' -
Utility service all day
render song original with theClerk '-"- '
Sunday. PRE-THANKSGIVING and file of the this Court. either before 'rr
. J. 0. Pons and Joey At- f!l 'J.T'- :
FOR : Junior Choir meeting will beheld PROGRAM Mrs. service on Ph'lntlff a r
(were visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. torney or Immediately thereafter "t.J ....; I
pre-Thanks-
before will
I Wednesday night There will be a : otherwise a default !, Los,.' ;' ,' I
$2.00 Per Monthon I the first Sunday at the home giving program given by the E. Reddish and Mrs.last H.week.C. Harley of be entered demanded. ugalnst In you the for com the '11 : I 11ii1'! k i'J
I of the president Mrs. English. community Wednesday,Nov.26, Mr. relief '_ ; :,1"" II :j. "''''' '
: Choir rehearsal Friday night, at New Bethel Baptist Churchat Bushnell were weekend visitorsof plaint.Witness my hand and the \J I :Jtt'I I !f' .If"
Economical i ,Slaj g.Gas before the first Sunday (November 7:30 p.m. Proceeds will be Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Massey Seal of this Court. on the 31 dayof ',!!!ooI :'>'<." h
,
...
I October, 1969.'Irgin.a .. ;;;
Chssser
't'
Fund of Richard _
I 28). All members are given to the Building Mr. and Mrs. F. urby Ad interim '- \ ,
CALL NOW asked to be present and on the public Library.Rev. and families and Randy Har \Clerk Of The Circuit Court '- ,. ,, \\ .'- ,...;:;:;
is held each Hollaway of Edward By Beulnli M Moody .
time. Bible study Charles ClericAlbert ,
I
SLADE GAS 332 W. 96D770N Tuesday night: Prayer Meet- Waters College. Jacksonville ) ley.Mr.. and: Mrs. Paul Dinkins U"Iut C. Simmons. Bronson Fla. .<.. "
Attorney' For The Plaintiff" :; 't! .
!
PHONE ing each Thursday night. will deliver the address. and David of St. Augustine 11-6 H 11-21 ':
Christmas practice will be Music will be provided by the and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox .. _/

held Monday and Wednesday community Choir. of Waldo spent Saturday with la Circuit. Ill Court.\m1 Eluhtli 1'0' llr.l.ltorrtCunntr. Jmllrlnltlrcull.
J1 Aral night each week until Christ- There will be a presentationmade Mr.,and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Sr. ; Florlilii.. Clill tlo"D..rk..1 SPECIALFOR RESIDENTSOF
__ .._.. '
UUH ouOuOuuuOuouuo and Mrs. Oscar Cotton ot >0.tTviln .
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Wif:::::::::::::::fXtfftSXS:: ::::: : ::::*::!:::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::I: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::<<:::::::*:: ::': to Mr. faithful and efficient Mr. and Mrs. Lee o.
r III Dell for their Waldo called In the' afternoon ,,,m H. Paxton. Plaintiff. COUNTY
: service rendered In the Sunday. -VB- Mary L. I'a>.ton. Defendant.Notice BRADFORD
Action
Of
Kat community in Dry Cleaning bus Denton of Zanesvllle :
: Mrs. Simon State Of Florida
iness after the program. Ohio is visiting her sand County Of llrodford
II III
Time 7:30. daughter-in-law Rev, Don To :Mary L.. Pnxton
Addr.nltno"n
You see the churches organizations that nn action -
All Denton and! children this week. You are notltted 4,395
fll",1against
businesses and individuals for Divorce line I been
clubs Mrs. J. W. Thomasand required -
end
Mr. and are
you
t : are asked to please be visiting Mr. you n copy of your
>:; most attractive 1 j to make their reports family were to serve defenie to ;'t, If any,
\ written
ready after and Mrs. W. F. Moore on Sun Plnlnttifa underslnned Attorney Free Delivery and Set Un within ISO Mile. Of' ''eck.on, tie''
26
on
Wednesday night, Nov.
Ijecember
} on or before I

people at our 1 j fund.the program for the building day.Miss Arthurlne Blanchard 11 lu69.the and Cleric,fllo of the this originalwith Court e Wall to Wall Carpet a Beautiful Furniture
Plain.tlft'a -
weekend with Miss I before service on
pent the either
New Home Baptist Church, Attorney or Immediately C Walk In Closets a Spacious Bathroom

Drive-In jjj jjjM Rev. S. E. Mosely pastor Sunday Enza Blanchard.H. E Sikes of thereafter entered: otheiwUe nualr.st a you default. for e Large Country Kitchen a Choice of interior Decoration'
Afternoon Mr. and Mrs. will be
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I in the services. Greater Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier seal day November of 1909.

Allen Chapel AME Church services during the weekend. (SEAL) Darby A. I. Week Days( 9 A M. -9 P.M
conclude with Sunday Visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Virginia F.
will Clerk or the c'ui-ult Court Saturday 9AM. -9 P.M
School at 10 a.m. Annual Wilkison during the week were By Beulah M, Moody Deputy Sunday 1 P.M7 P M

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At this conference Mrs. Donald Wilklson) Albert Florida
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Fixing The Blame For CrimeOur 8, \ Dear At this Mr. Matthews time cf year: as we

E pause! to give thanks for all of

our many blessings, there are
country has much to be thankful Arrest rates for Negroes ranged from many children who will not be j

for this Thank ,giving Day of 1969 10 to 17 times higher than whites for 1 't y1PM, nTY sitting down around the groanIng ( 'I

but our record for crime and violenceis major violent crimes. board with a family

which According to the Commission report These are children without
not among the things to we
can point with pride. the only hope for reversing the tide of parents In the custody rf theChllcren's World ResponsibleFor
Home North-
Society
The splendid achievement of a sec- crime lies in "a massive, billion-dollar eastern Division In Jackson. Thanksgiving TraditionThanksgiving

ond manned space flight to the moon rebuilding of the cities." If this is not vUle. These children didn't ask _

is among the things for which we cangive done Dr. Eisenhower predicted that to be born but are here in cage particularly! tnanicea \UeAlmIghtY'

heartfelt thanks. But the weekend the city of the future will be "a guarded > need, as are all children: of reflects thAmerican <<< for looking after"when the
spirit more than another > Commander- Chief
mixture of business enterprises and ) love and a permanent family
announcement by the National Com- holiday, although, it wal treason was ripened: : for execution -
mission on the Causes and Pre- high-rise apartments.. a flight of relationship. celebrated in the ancient world ."
Today adoptive children ex-
vetion of Violence that the United people to the suburbs where they 'lr'' ceed the number of adoptive long before a turkey graced a The tradition continued to'

States has the highest rate of violent will be guarded some by private and parents. The Children's Home :platter find favor after Independnce.

some by public police where houses The Old Testament refers to In 1789, Elias Boud'not:! member -
children in
crime of all the "modern, stable nations" Society places
adds a disturbing factor to what will have every kind of burglar device 1J homes of childless:! couples, many harvest festivals. Centuries from New Jersey, rose in
before the people! of the the new Congress and proposed -
known families who have sons and
would otherwise be a satisfying holi- Nile learned to measure a year, that the P-fsltent! :! recommenda
would like a daughter or families -
and slums
poverty are
Although
they gave annual thanks for day of Th.nka-Ivlng! for the
who have daughters and
day.The National Commission, with Dr. doubtless a contributing factor to the would like a son. the grain crops that would successful establishment' cf the

increase in crime it them through the hard Constitution! Pve.siient .
Milton S. Eisenhower as chairman reported shocking appears As we pause! to give thanks, carry United States
that the Crime Commission have months ahead.:! : George Washington let
that during the 1935-65: decade, may let us remember the children
The ancient Greeks honored, aside the last Thursday:: lu No-
the United States had 6.8 crimes per oversimplified the remedy in stating t without parents. Let us see if
Demeter, goddess! of growing
.J, vember.
that only a massive outporing of billions !J our homes lack the warmthand
100,000 population, an increase of 30.4 things. The ceremonies: were But the holiday generally became -
of children.
of dollars to rebuild our cities Joy
per cent. so important that waning an off-azaln. o"-again: affair -

The report stated: "Our homiciderate would turn the tide of violence in the THANKSGIVING 1969 Bradford If there County are any who families are Inter-In states called a truce to observe until the Civil War. At onetime

nation. This is the old time-worm them in various states
is more than twice that of our pan- ested in adoption we would be people

closest competitor. Finland and from acea the belief that enough money The historical background of Thanksgiving!; Day glad to talk co them or they The Romans carried on the celebrated Thanksgiving on '
tradition! by saluting Ceres, separate dates and:! in eight'
4 to 12 times higher than the rates will cure anything.It reminds us that initiative is! one of the vital keysto can contact Mr. Guy Andrews: the grain goddess.:! The word different months '.
seems to us that the roots of the who is a member: of the Boardof
other advanced
of dozen countries
a success.! "cereal" recalls the deity. Pie- President Abraham Lincoln
including Japan Canada England and crime increase go much deeper than The Directors or call the Chll.dren's belans sacrificed:! a sew to begin revived! Thanksgiving! as a national ,,
hardy Pilgrims of Plymouth Bay Home! Society direct in
Norway.The the blight of poverty, which we have Colony Jacksonville the holiday! and continuedwith day! in 1e63. "Pence! ," he

fear of violent crime particu- always had with us. This is not to demonstrated that opportunity titan there for those We are the, 3962641.proud adoptive processions, dancing: and said, "has been preserved with

larly street crime "is gnawing at the cay that every effort should not be willing to work for it. The Colonists!! withstood the parents of a son and are pre. sports.In all nations, order has been ,
the New World, many In. maintained! : the laws have: been
made to clean these pockets of privations of untamed wilderness. used
vitals of urban America: ," the commis- up pov- an !! They gently excitedly waiting the arrival -
dlans regularly practiced! harmony
respected and obeyed: and:! -,
sion warned. Surveys showed that half erty and do everything possible to muscle and perseverance to \ ork out their destiny. of our adopted daughter.Sincerely Thanksgiving rituals The Iro- has prevailed: everywhere -

of the women and a fifth of the men eliminate slums.; But to think that this They did not push a panic button for the "old coun- Bob and Jackie Burch yours quols of New York State, still except in the theater of

in our cities fear to walk outdoors at massive effort will eliminate or even try'' to bail them out. celemonially give thanks for conflict"

night ; one-third of American house- reduce crime is wishful thinking.We Just as incentive the force of Dear Editor: "blessings! provide3:! by the Creator There might never have been ".
was motivating
have many people in Bradford our This was an old popular sonar for the! enjoyment: and a national Thanksgiving holiday ( -
holders keep and nearly onethirdof
) guns, County living in conditions as bad or forefathers and freedom their goal, so "should these of some 40 years ago. As to well-being of man-kind." If Sarah Hale hadn't won
urban'dwellers want to
some move be uippermost in our minds today. ,whether it is now In the public The Pilgrims rememberedthe over President Lincoln
than the slums but do
from the cities to the suburbs."In worse city they harvest-home festivals of
domain, I don't know, but it A philanthropic widowmoth: -
fear of crime drivers in not go out and riot, kill or maim others Yes, ve do have a different vorld. We have come and for(
bus sure Is appro of the times. England set n pattern er of five, and:! author cf "Mary

many cities do not carry change, cabdrivers because of this condition. a tang way in social, educational, technical and Regards, Thanksgiving in the United! Had a Little Lamb" Mrs Hale

in some areas are in scarce More than .the lack of dollars it scientific progress. But we must have a profound Howard J. Lattin States as a day of warship, was also the forceful editor! of'

supply, and some merchants are clos- seems to us that the increase in crimeis dedication to freedom to "spark our initiative to feasting, and family! reunions.! Godey's Lily's:: Book, the most
"PASS THE APPLES AGAIN" The holiday didn't really 'widely circulated magazine of
attributal to general] breakdownin
ing their businesses. Vigilantelikegroups a about work and prosper. Let us have more incentiveto Everybody loves a girl who's catch on until the time of the the day. For more than 20
morals of the nation
have sprung up in some areas" brought jperpetiiate)' this!! freedom, so we can continue to modest Revolution, however years she ci'usa 'ed:! for a November ,

the report continued.The by an atmosphere of permissiveness prosper-under Divine guidance-profiting by theColonists' Everybody loves 'a girl who's Throughout the! war the : Thanksgiving! Day:: FIn- j I

FBI Uniform Crime Index reported (anything goes) now so prevalent in shy, Continental Congress designated ally President Lincoln found I

some 4.5 million serious crimesin many homes, some schools, and most example. When a girl Is modest and retiring annual days of gratitudefor her plea irresttbls. 1

1968, about 588,000 of them violent institutions of higher learning; coupled vlctcrls. I-i 1780. soon We have been observing 1
with constant after the Benedict: Arnold plot Thanksgiving in November eve I
crimes like homicide robbery a outpouring of sex,
rape,
exposed!, the annual mes-
was !!
and assault. violence, and all types of' crime in 1

The Commission's report is disturb- books movies, and television. Farmers Diary You can bet she'll always get since.Chamber 1

ing and, together with the Vietnamwar Time was when a person without bY NewsWith

and inflation, keeps our Thanks- funds to improve himself or upgradehis Thee first freeze, of the season trolling the swarms of bugs Modesty! began in the Garden "

giving 1969 from being an entirely standard of living would try to was recorded at First Federal'stherarometer and insects which if unchecked of Eden,

correct these conditions by honest toil. at 11:50: p.m. on will eat up a crop In every book you'll find, the Christmas season
carefree day.It Nov U or about two weeks I'll amit: it started in the fast approaching: shoppers are

seems to us, however that the Now the philosophy seems to be: If earllttr than the average date lInv lt l- It should be possible to' ar- Garden of Eden warned by your Chamber of

Commission might have oversimplifiedthe it isn't given to us, we'll go out and for the: first visit of the .season rive at a compromise, wherebythe BUT Just bear this in mind. Commerce to be watchful of

problem of crime by placing mostof take it of Nature's ice-making machine. conservationists( will be sat- Eve wasn't Modest till she ate the gyp artists who flourish I'I

the blame on poverty, stating that It would be nice to think that the And since then, we've had isfied that damages to wildlife that apple: during! this period of hectic

more than five million families one- increasing crime rate could be halted more! cold weather and some caused by tine chemicals will be That old! Apple was to blame, buying.

sixth of the nation's urban population by opening the floodgates of the Fed- heavy: frosts. Indicating that ,held toa miiurauiu aud at the The minute' that she ate I It There are a number of fair 1 I
cattlee and horses knew what farmers will be She felt humiliated ly constant schemes that crop
eral but same time ,
can be classified as inhabitants of treasury, the answer is far they were doing in donning extra Sam :McGarvey Aituatiou live And hid behind the apple tree :up every year.Unordered.
given a tuey can
l
slums.A more complex than this simple but heavy coats of hair. Until: darkness came.If merchandise J

Commission "task force victim- expensive solution. It will not be tne souheast( down as far as" than with. done.But that is easier said one little apple made the often sent In the name of an 1

offender survey" of 17 cities showed Solved by dollars alone. It will requirea Legated as we are In a groveof Georgia in collecting historical first girl modest, unknown charity or as an out-

that most violent crime is committedin reversal of the philosophy of permissiveness pilnes' and somewhat protected data across some an account time ago in, Waldo we came of The fall madness known as It ought to work now as well right commercial venture.

the ghetto slums] by persons "at the { that has eroded the moralsof the freezing weather did an earthquake in the early: football has taken over the as then. "Bargain" offers for per
First they only wore a leaf:
not get our poinsettias, but the fume, cologne or toilet water
low*>r *>nd of the nccuoatlonal scale." qur nation in recent years. outlook for having the pretty 1900s, but wondered if it actually weekends! and thousands. & of men, clothes are getting Just as falsely sold under established i'l'
happened. like Sam, wn&( migiu Getter be
Now we have less
red blooms for Christmas this brief; ,brand names or which are said i '
out in the and
doubt about yard stirringaround
Is doubtful at this it. If every mother's daughter to be famous brand under S.
year very a
,
in the air .
crisp are
. Try Again Supreme CourtIf time, And Instead of having ,an wears her dresses any shorter different label.Telephone ,
Work has already begun on bug-eyed before TV sets watch. .1
"open" winter, we very likely appeals from un-
beautifying the grounds at the :Ing one gang of giants assault We'll have to
will have a "shut" one, meanIng pass the apples known charitable organlza-! '1
that material must be "wholly with- abut that door and keep the new courthouse and before long another gang of benemotns.Of () again, atlons for funds, clothing foodor ,
the U.S.:; Supreme Court can't define the
: it will be as pretty as a picture course, we find game fuel
out social cold outside.
poiiiogrupiiy, tuuyue we couia help redeeming value" to be judged complete with majestic exciting at times, but we do GOOD SUGGESTIONDear -Street sales of
obscene. Under this ruling, the palm trees In the question. if we are not getting corner cheap
tnein waving
rankest A1H! of which Is bad news to Mr Matthews: watches, ties, perfume, toys,
At least we could show the justices type of pornography gains stockmen, whose pastures have breeze. The building is Imposing over-exposed to the sport= and Just a thought Why not con. gadgets and other shoddy mer-

choice constitutional protection if it is packAged and when the grounds are land- less exercise than we need. vert the old courthouse Into a, chandise.
a : bit that came m tne mall to already been "burned" by .
in a book or film that claims to be scaped, we will have a courthouse county museum?
our : uucUeaa the otner day frosts: and who face the prospectof t
:
Dusmeaa: : : -Attemps to collect for C. O.
But the
educational or even cultural. second to none in the as saying goes, youaln't We talk about how proud we "
aUverusmtj: some "passionate, reveai- A a long season of feeding state for counties of our size. seen nothing yet. Wait are of our county Well, think D packages a neighbor who n
Massachusetts
jug .scenes! : siageU my: "luiusmng:: young Superior 'Court cattl with hay and with various until New Year's Day when about It. Our county has madea the deliverer says Is not home. 1d
judge has feed The effect 1i
ruled .supplements. on
oi: now the Swedish film, The battle the bowl games come on and Phony pricing! Is a scheme .1t
girls eacn wua u partner, sume over the use of lot of history in the last _
the will be
berry not .1d
"I Am >
"
Curious crop
wmcn, we might auu, were homosex- (Yellow) to be ob- known for some time. As a rule DDT and many other pesticidesIs from morning until late at hundred years. Talk to people often used to sell cheap per

scene. If the American people would welcome cold weather still on and at present la. night with menfolk staring like Mrs Ruby Johns Look fume or toilet water that are --'a
ual.The yell long enough and growers transfixed at he boob tube all around pre-ticketed nt prices! as highas
advertisement of course piously loud enough to be which holds the plants back, right smack on the desk of the county at the old< .
heard perhaps the justices "Ag" commissioner Doyle Con- the while We've come a long, homesteads $20. Sometimes a one-shot
would
get but'lit: be that they are a
announced may
that: "Because of the the message and adjust their ner, who has a very tough, de. long way from: the days when I grew up around Starke and national advertisement is usedto .1 I
glasses too much of good
nature of these photos they are offered to recognize getting a clslon to make. Opposition( to the Rose Bowl was broadcast yet even I don't 'know very give credib'llty: to the inflated ,E

only in the interest of meuical and see it. pornography when they, thing controls on we of the pesticides on radio, and sometme we much about Bradford County's prices, and it Is displayed ]

cultural education and are designed for la mounting, as farmers ask wonder 1 if all the advances we've history. Just look nt the old prominently where the merch-

the intellectual artistically minded If they fail to do so, the Massachusetts Tine weather made news when of 11. how they can operate wIthout made have made us any happier courthouse and tell me if It1sn' andise Is sold.: .
different: kind last week,
and justice fears a pollution of litera- the help ,of chemicals In con the perfect place for a The frequency of unordered
are legally not obscene ture an earthquake was recorded( in..
and county
museum
entertainment
This worse than merchandise Increases during "
ridiculous statement is appar- the water I've given you nn idea. Why
pollution of Lake Erie the Christmas season Recipients -
ently all that is needed to clear this desensitizing and a electricity, which! attracts soil, not see what the people thluk are under no obligationto

filth in the eyes of the highest courtof spirit that has brutalizing of the human ) It's a WOIU.'s ((4)) boasts fabric absorbency!: of it.Who accept unordered:! merchan. :

our land. There is an old saying that downfall resulted in the which adds wearing comfort. knows? You might start dise, acknowledge its receipt, ,
of aI
"justice is blind," but if our Supreme tions nations and entire civiliza- a. .., in lbJJy.
Court justices are so blind that they the past. t problems, but remember to pre. trying, and:! I am sure such a the sender calls for it within a
In the meanwhile all 'treat heavily soiled and project would give our young
can't recognize we can do areas reasonable period! :: of time. In
pornography when about treat stains people-and:! some! of the older
a piece of pornography received as soon as possible some! states unorderd merch- '
they see it, then perhaps we need CONSUMER ones too a greater love and .
an
in the mail is to fill out a form CHOICES appreciation andise Is considered an unconditional !
uprising of righteous indignation on post office at the Martha Sue McCain When shopping for an articleof of their home! coun- g.ft.; .

the part of the American people to help "requesting" the sender to County Extension clothing or fabric the consumer ty. "
please To
them see. remove our name from his mail- Home Economics Agent has several choices. Yours sincerely, avoid Christmas buying

ing list. I When the dins Is properly lab- Wayne L, Kersey, SN problems, we offer the follow-

chance Now the Court may have a second And he goes on merrily raking in his breathe. This finish usually eled you know who made it, USS Massey, DO778. OI Dlv. !nil sueeestlons: j

to define what is permissable millions instead of sitting behind bars 'TAKING ACTION"Consumers must be renewed after a few what It Is made of. and how to FPO New York NY 09501 :"Deal with: reliable sellers., .

pornography in movies, on the stage where he should be and would can help Improvelabe'IJD dry cleanings or washings. care for it, Therefore, yoU can Check on unknown businesseswith ,

or in u book. In the case against the cerjt for be ex- practices on clothingand SOIL-RELEASE OR !buy with a certain amount of Dear Mr. Matthews: your Chamber of Commerce r
novel a Supreme Court decision in textiles by requesting themIn confidence Congratulations to Bradford -
"Fanny Hill. the court_ ruled 1966. STAIN RELEASE because you know
retail stores, and by making
..... - - Soil-release finish! does not where to complain if it doesn't ford County and to the City of Examine! all purchases:
- theta views known to manu-
Imply stain-release. The soil perform as It should. It thereis Starke on your wonderful new -Remember that Itinerant ';,

The Bradford '- facturers.: If the hangtag te release finish means that surface : no hangtag, ,but the fiber con- County Courthouse It rivals vendors will not be around ".J
missing, ask for it. If
County you have soil will be more easily tent Js shown the consumer Anything In the state and I be- after the holiday to hear cOm- .r:,

TELEGRAPH 4 lll followed care the instructions provided removed during cleaning.' knows "something" about the lieve that those beautiful new plaints.
o on hangtag and the
.... '" Stain resistant finish combats :product, but you have no one courtrooms which were plan- ::1"
ESTABLISHED ':-.' e.. garment falls to 'wear or perform to complain ned by able Judges there, -Before buying, 'Investigate
187 waterborne stains and oily to if the Item is your
-ft: : veil, make it known to (Whether the Item can be exchanged -
... :\ ;- atalns. The oily substance will unsatisfactory: If there Is no County Judge Alex Yawn and .,
the store so they can contactthe :if a guarantee la in-
dheai6b manufacturer. If there la roll off blot off, or may be hangtag or fiber identification, Circuit Judges George L. Pat- ynjy..d net it in writing
a shopper buys at her ten, and John Murphree of >
))0 not neglect' the gift you fiber identification wiped away.A own risk. :
aleMeaaFLORI have. (1(I Tim. no on the good word to describe what She knows nothing about the Gainesville, are without a doubt When solicited:! by a charity ':0:
1:11)), Item
,
point this out
to a responsible
soil release finishes add to fabric product or how to care for it, the very finest and best plan check its reputation fIrst
A ESS Some 1It.'III"l.| | | discover theyhave ( store official. The ab. Is "definability." Why? so she has no recourse if she ned courtrooms in the state oflortda. -Beware of bargains that !;

gifts that lend' thorn t'ibo pence of such information Is They make washing away the Is dissatisfied. ? (I am envious of seem too good to be true. They ...:,

ASS TON artists, musicians, writers i Illegal being an infraction of stains and dirt an easier-.chore, CONSUMER: RESPONSIBILITY them!) usually are

.scientists, i inventors, I states the Textile Act.WATERPROOF Fiber. Products Identification What is o soil release finish? The good citizens of Bradford -Do your Christmas 16.JG,

men. Some of us arc- not blesseilwith OR Either a protective coating Consumers have the right to County are going to enjoy the ping in Starke where the Shop-

thesu particular' out's\ hut WATERREPELLENTWaterproof which prevents soil from reach.: expect business and industry to new accommodations of this of our merchandise reputation -

in us there i is a KuiiliiiK Spirit 'Ing the fiber or the surface of :provide them with information beautiful edifice which they established is

.. 1.. MATTHEW, irlPMOsloi .......... that makes each} one of us spcditl lent: finishes are and not waterrepel the the fabric is treated to' attract that enables them to make well deserve.

...*'TkuWay sad ..... r ..... in our own "ilChl. When werccoirnixo A itlabrlc Is waterproof same.when water. Both methods help in buying choices, but they also Last week I was assigned for *e back among the people In

CUM M.-ltar .( ..* rest Offle at ....... flwM.. that wi have (;..11'>1 mat'fr' cannot penetrate the washing away the soil. have responsibilities. What are criminal trials !In Gainesville your native area and to find .it
water AH W MM. lei What does It do? ill> It helpsIn these? from my regular: post in Dade that their
friendship
*
im. Spirit as our special' gift, we fabric, but this also means the and hospitality r
.....,..... la Mrs areas 1 ,...., ...*; o.tIWe' will "he cheerful' anil' pleasant, moHture!: cannot escape. A releasing. the most stubborn!: 1. Using the Information pro. County and it was a pleasureto Is Just like I It alwayswas.
dirt and stains, ((2)) helps stop vlded them. be back up this way where .
fnM. .*..: 1 "ar, .... III order to bring/ happiness' to water-repellent fabric resists 2.
the redepositlng soil from Supporting programs established I was born and reared' over in ,'G:
all and, >Ix' our own <(<;lItl-lCil1.'c'. l penetration of moisture while Sincerely,
< permitting the the wash water to the garment to benefit the consumer. Jackson County in Northwest Hal p. Dekle
.tr fabric to
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rwo FIRE CALLS 27 students: and Mrs. Mabel
Two out-of-town fire calls Fletcher, third and fourth grade TURKOLOGY CONTEST
ast Thursday early and late combination with 2 8 In the class.
ut Hampton's fire truck north Twenty-four to 28 In a class
nd south, according to Fire is recommended by the stateas
Thief Willard Thomas. the ideal, and these lower
Thursday morning, at 1:15 grades fall well into that cate-
|a.m., Brooker called for the gory. t t ttWINNERS
truck on a stand-by basis,when '
the old Brooker postof lice In the intermediate department
building, now used as a home, .
the fifth and sixth grades
burned. With houses nearby, the two teachers are using what
and a stiff wind blowing sparks amounts to a "team teaching" I
I (around, Brooker firemen asked setup, Mr. Register said. Mrs. tt t
for Hampton's truck, with its Lynn Goldman will have the .
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water tank and a Gainesville language arts which Include
truck, to be there until the English, reading, spelling, vocabulary -
danger of the fire spreadingto and literature and
nearby houses was over The Mrs. Earselene Zimmermanwill ; I t tt Isrssy t
run to Brooker took 15 min- teach math, science: soc-
utes, Mr. Thomas, said, and ial studies and health. Each
he and Steve Varnum stayed Intermediate group has 33 stu'
until the danger of wind-blown dents. Mrs. Martha Smith,full- .

over.sparks to other houses was time librarian work ,in also reading does with Individual I t t tt

About 7:15 last Thursday eve- students who need extra help .
ning, a call routed the Hampton\ Priclpal Register takes all phy-
fire truck through Waldo to the sical education classes, from ar
old Schenck home place on Alto kindergarten through intermed-
Lake, which burned to the iate giving teachers a free I t t tt
ground. Both of Waldo's fire- period for lesson planning. *
trucks are out of commissionand "By grouping students according
were unable to answer the to ability, we can give
call, although Melrose also the children more individual .
sent one to the scene of the help," Mr. Register said. t t
fire. If they'd routed Hamp- "Each teacher can break up .
ton's truck out SR 325 Mr. her class Into individual abil- ;
Thomas said, they could have ity groups, rather than have MRS. WILLIE A. CASHMORE
gotten there much sooner.Wale every child in the room on the MIRIAM H, BROWN
do's trucks weren't workingtwo same page at the same time
weeks ago, either, whena whether he can do that workor Route 2, Box 16 t
trailer burned in the same not." Route 1, Box 160
area in Alachua County, on Because of moving students Starke, Florida a
the dirt road leading to Lake from room to room, plans fora .. Starke, Florida
Santa Fe off SR 325. Hampton Thanksgiving program this
Area fire department also week were postponed, and now t t tt
went to that fire, but were there' will not be a school-wide
too late to save the trailer, assembly program until just :
whose owners had only lefta before the Christmas holidays, :
short time earlier. Mr. Register said.The Thanks-
The policy in assisting near- giving dinner-- roast turkey *
by areas in case of emergencyis and all the trimmings was t cL tt t
to assure Hampton of their served Friday for lunch at the
help in case of a largescalefire school.
here, :Mr. Thomas ex- Tuesday evening, next week,
plained. In both cases last week, December 2, is the next PTA
one truck was taken out,and one meeting, at 7:30 p.m. in the t t
left here in Hampton in case school cafeteria. MRS. WALTER KING
of, a need here.
I On Hampton's firehouse, volunteers P. O. Box 698
ic:
I added more cement CHRISTMAS PLAY PLANNED yL-
blpckwork last Wednesday, Thirty teenagers met at
building up to the roofline on Hampton Baptist Church Mon- I Starke, Florida
the east and west fronts. The day evening last week for the t tt
larger of the two trucks, which first practice for a Christmas
had been out in the weather, play, "Glorify His Name", to
has been stored inside for the be presented Wednesday even-
fast couple of weeks. Ing, Dec. 24 at the church.
Casting wasn't yet completed, t t tL

Friday night-- or rather at director according, and to Mike Carolyn Chitty Kennan, cri-, Nice Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To The Above Winners With TheCompliments

3:15: a.m. Saturday someone's tic.
idea of a joke was to set off
Hampton's fire siren. To more PERSONALSMr. Of The Merchants Listed Below And The Bradford County Telegraph
20 who routed
than men were and Mrs. Foster Hayes
out of bed, it wasn't very fun- and family visited her sistersin
ny. Georgia last weekend, and
Arnold Haddock accompaniedFire their families, in Sylvester,
Chief Thomas to the Schenk and Chester. On Tuesday, Mrs.
fire at Alto Lake Thursday Hayes and Randy Hayes droveto t Stan's Doyle The Cleaner ,
Evening. The faulty pump on the Lakeland to take her mother, Edwards Grocery & Meat Market BooteryJohnson's
water tank on Hampton's truck Mrs. Lula Bailey, home, aftera
prevented them saving ahything visit here. Tuesday this week,
pf what was left of the house. Randy Hayes was to leave to Sanatized Dry Cleaning A
return to Camp Lejeune, N.C. t
CITY CLEAN-UP with the Marine Corps.
Friday and Saturday this Tony Kennan and Buck Mat-
week, !November: 28 and 29, are thews of Eglin AFB spent last Farm Supply
ity clean-up days, and all weekend here with the George Denmark Furniture Company, ,
j ,trash will be hauled off by the Kennan family.
city, if piled by the street Carl Broome of Gainesville
I edge. Property owners are ur- spent last weekend here with Tastee-Freez Drive-In ,
ged to clear all frost-dead his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Inc.
:weeds from their property, to Mrs. Arnold Haddock.
I help eliminate fire hazards as Eddie's 66 Service Station
I well as beautify the city.ABILITYGROUPING Thanksgiving guests expectedat t t
i the Lynn \Hall home are their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
:; CHANGEAT and Mrs. John Hall and family
HAMPTON: = ELEMENTARY: of Atlanta. Williams Watch Repair Baldwin Chevrolet Inc. ,
Thirty-eight to 40 studentsat Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker
Hampton Elementary School and children of Orlando are to
'were shifted from one room be here for Thanksgiving week Jackson Building Supply ,
} to another last week grouping end with her parents, Mr. and
them according to ability on :Mrs. R. H. Parker.
the non-graded plan at the Mrs. Avoy Younker was hos- Terwillegar Ford'sEddie
I school. Decisions to shift the tess Tuesday morning lastweekfor t Florida Pest ControlThompson's t tt
I ;viarious students were made a Tupperware party at her
: after the first nine-weeks' home.
, grading period, when teachers Jeff Baker Is building a cement -
had a basis for evaluation of block addition to the south Garage &

j each Register student said.. Principal Lennard ginal end of building Baker's, also store.of The cement ori- t Starlings Farm Supply Chemical Company t tt

I Since the re-grouping, Mrs. block, was constructed and
Dee Canova has a combination opened for business more thana
I of Kindergarten and first grade year ago, and since then additional -
J with 24 in the lcass Mrs.Shlr- painting, driveway pav-
;
ra Bair has 28, all first grade; ing, gas tank installation, and f Toby O'neal's Shell Service Register Oil Co. t tt
Mrs. :Margaret Cupitt, 27, all signs have added to the appear-
second grade. :Mrs. Ernestine ance of the business at the Y L B. (Red) Alvarez
Register's room is a third and intersection at the east end of
,fourth grade combination, with town.
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",f J Thompson's Sheet Metal Davis Grocery & Market Starke Chrysler-Plymouth Inc.

; If your generosity is big t t.

ger than your cash on ,I

';, hand, let us help you
"', Sam Griffis' Grocery Store ,
:., solve gift-budget prob. ',
) Kentucky t Fried Chicken Gib Brown's Service StationWoodburn's
"S' lems. Our low cost loans 4 y I ,

; fill Christmas bills
.. your

.':I'.,: See. us.are easy to repay.J ; t Badcock Furniture and t tt


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the Interest of such thingsas 4-H CLUBS \,

an adequate supply of good This week I attended a meet- KYKXGRXXN BAPTIST' CHURCH; OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
food end pru -.-'anion'; of buildings ing of a club that Is a little HOLINESS CHURCH. LAwrmr. Sunday: : Bible Study 10 a. m.; .
MornIng 9:45 m.
Pes- OONGREGATIONAL Sunday School. 10 a.m.: Sunday School, a.
I am glad the State CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
bit special. Special In the fact Sunday School.: 10 ajn. Mona Morning Worship and Communion Youth
Technical Council reuse CHURCH LATTER-DAY Worah 11 a. m.; Evealoc: Morning Worship 11 a. m.
ticide SAINTS
that it has been organized bya tot Worship. 11:15.: Sunday Service 11 a. m. Evening
'
Prac-
to completely stop the Sunday School 10 a.m. 416 East Call St. Worship 7:30 p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir
about 12 14
of
or boys 6:00.Wednesday .
group Plight service. 6:30.: Rfehway.US. services :
of DDT and other popular Worship Service, 11 a.m. Sunday Meeting 7:30: p. m.: Wednesday tice.: Wednesday 8 p. m.
and girls with special Interestin Priesthood 8:30:
nort&weot of Lawtey. E : service
r.B. Worship)
chemicals. We waitnow to learn Evening Service, 7 p.m. -Rev. J. C. Hcateut pastor.MORGAN Rev Robert D. Burchi
livestock. dates a.m. Sunday School Sacrament
They set 10. L. Bennett pMtor. p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell.1IA.IP'ro .
what the complete list will include for regular meetings and planto Friday Night Cottage Prayer 11:15.Monday: :
ROAD CHAPELSunday :
and probably the crop meet during the full 12 Meeting. Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
on which they can be used. months. In addition to their Thursday Night Prayer Tuesday MIA 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng -9:45: a. m. Sunday Highway 100-A
We have a respcm": 1lty, to regular schedule of meetings (Meeting In church. 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Relief Society. ; Worship 11 a. m. Fre-Ser- :" CHRISTIAN School 11:00: a. m. Morning
keep our people informed on they will have project tours and Youth Service, Tuesday night 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band. Young CIIURCH Worship, 6:00: p. m. Train!ig :. Sunday School, 10 am. MornIng -
what we call the "three< R's" other outside activities. Mrs 7:30: -Dean Hansen People, and Prayer: Service<< ). 6 Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -' Union 7:00: P. m. Evening Worskip. Worship 11, Training: Un-

in using chemicals. Right Maurice Edwards Jr. and !\\.Ir. p.m.Ivy Luke Pastor Branch President p. m. Evening Worship. 7 p. m. Worship at 11. Evening r ion, 7 p.m. Ev.enlniVol'shlp,
material in the Right amountat Worship 7:30.: -- Rev. Carl Wednesday-7:3u: Prayer Services -
Dan Smith are adult leaders. Midweek Service. Wednesday 8. Wednesday Prayer :Meeting
the Right time. Chemicalsare With the livestock interest of SMYRNA: MISSIONARY:' Clarke pastor. 1st and 3rd Wednesday
7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D, D., 8 p.m Rev. Don Dra\vdy.
formulated to do a cer- these two leaders, this shouldbe BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY ,pastor, night-1:00: p. m. Family night. Pastor ,
tain job. They must be used a very active and outstand- W3 1 W. Pratt: St. Sunday services BAPTIST MISSION .
according to directions. Seems ing livestock club. Our Exten- : Sunday School 10 a. m -u.- -. jvi noun, behind Tas- I-
like I remember reading that sion Agent, Bobby L. Taylor Preaching 11 a. m. Training tee Freez Drive In Sunday: }
Aspirin tablets killed more peo-. is working very closely with Unicji 3:45: p. m.. Evening Worship School 10 a.m. Worship Ser i
pie each ;year that all the agri- this group and is looking for 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -sir '*
cultural chemicals combined. some great achievements. -Elder A. O. Flynn, pmt Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. I a
Never hear anything about put- Membership in this particularclub -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L.
ting a stop to using them. Our ST. :.MARK'S EPISCOPAL trttfls M' think y
is not closed If you are ( associate: pastor. M You you
farmers do an excellent job interested in a 4-H Club and CHURCH, STARKE
in properly using these ma- can meet at night in our Agri- Sunday Services: '
EVERGREEN BAPTISTHlshwayJ23
terials. They are too costlyto have problems I
culture Building, call one of 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist. '
not use them properly. Right these leaders or Mr. Taylor 9:30: a. m. Church School. ,. N4 2rtlttlMt\ of i
now 1 can remember only two 10:30 Lawtey. Sunday School,1Qam.,
: :i. m. Family Service.
reports of excess material being (Itvly Eaciiuiiat Lst land 3rd MorningWorship, 11:15. Sun. EVERYONE
found on crops in Brad- day Night Service. 630Rev.: rr
ford County In the past 10;j'ears. New Veterans'Hospitalization SW1daystornl.nQ'; Prayer 2nd R. L. Bennett pastor 'sea
and 4th Sunday).
As we receive information on
pesticides we will continue to I I
CHURCH: OF GOD
release it to BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH HAS
our people throughall Law
Now In Effect
means of mass communi- : BROOKER FLA. 422 N. St. C':alr St., Starke.
Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship
cations. Public Law 91-101 signed into Sunday 10 Services, 11 m. .nd 7:30
School a.m. Ron a. : p.
Our Extension and Exper- law by President Nixon! withan Bristol. Superintendent:! Train m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30: /
iment station specialists keepus effective! date of October ing Union. 6:45: p.m. Lowell P. m.-Rev Chester J. SlWwppe: I r' PROBLEMS I III'i
informed on changing ma- 30. 1969. authorizes Community Douglas Director. Worship pastor.-
terials and reccomendations.A Nursing Home Care at VA Services 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern
reliable publication for your expense far: veterans whose Outlaw music director.! HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
use would be our bulletin named hospitalizatlon! was primarily: (Highway 100 at Theressa)

and Call"Commercialegetablelnsect Disease Starke 964-6554 Control Guide.a cardto for the a length without service of connected limitation!time! such as disability care to MADISON BAPTIST Opportunities:' CHURCH STREET for service: Sunday Morning Training\ School\Vol'shlp-11 Ul.lon-6:30-10: a. p.m.a.m.m. Ii I II :II! I. !III( :?:III!:.II'i I!! I iiIIIllllllillIII11nr!II! !!! I III! I !! !:':'!!;:!!,II''i III It I II'


P. O. Box 1028, or a visitto may be provided:! Sunday:: School 9:45.: Morning Evening WOl'shlp-7:15: p. m. < i1ijl ,. : ,: !'! ""I :,' !' ..
This! eliminates Youth Choir ,,' ', ,I i ,,111! 1111111,' I ,:' .
our office and a copy is the six Worship at 11. Wednesday Night Prayer Services lI t I .! ., ': 'it j jy ;.
yours. Under the crop is list- month period that was in effect Practice 4:30.: Ycuth Fellowship ed the insects or disease most previously according to Supper. 5:43.: Training! Un. Packham, pastor : ,1 It ,1"1l'. .. t"'m I m e. It-Itlilll !I::" I
commonly; found, the materials Melvin T. Dixon director cf the ion 6:15.: WMU: Prayer Circle :;: I lire afn'I/ I I
recommended and the days to Florida Division of Veterans 7:13.: Evening Worship: 7:30.: :::: <'11e-" l". It'+ ,
lIl\l'/l\ Ii
wait before harvest should be Affairs. Tuesday Prayer Group 9:30: FIRST As6i.VlUH:; OF GOD ti ''TIlE q;''l r tlti.I / IC..t 'Jrt'H I,: 'jl
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made. Dixon said information on OF STARKE IIII I HI1r I hr .
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this and other veterans' problems a.m.Wednesday -RAs, GAs Sunbeams West Weldon St. and RaUord ir: ; :: ....:.-..c:: ,I III1I II I I'' IIlIl'/.n.,1/ m.. 11/1"11/ { 1tdl' //Hlt II! '11 illl I' I

TOBACCO TIMEI : may be secured from 6:30.: Prayer Meeting Road .... '.' \' ''\\II".."."..ul \\D' l .u 'JI el,' t ,,e I I'J/,'" rUI"lerl I ,I'I'v
know this is still November your local County Veterans'Service 7:30.: Choir Practice 8:30.: Sunday School: lu.uo: a. m. ; I nt/I' lit'e- ; II
II i
and still before Thanksgiving. Officers or by writing ThursdayVistato1! 7 p.m. 11:00: a. m. Moining Worship; : Ili;li O"I I nl If Christmas planning can start him at P. 0. Box 1437. St. Pet -Denton Sumrall pastor. 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: X 1 I I VI.' : : \ I I hur elelrune"; ; ,,'Je.. lit'l' ,i Iii I
before Thanksgiving we can p m. Evangelistic Services :.: I ,. ..lId".t \ I I..n\\. IIHle'I'O/ /_ '''Inteo 'I
ersburg. : ili'1\ (Hann ,:. .. : U/1,1/ / a111'a1\ I
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do
certainly some early plan- ,
l'"lTED1ETIIODIST" ,oo'n9' "I i 11'111./'r/
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FIRST : Wednesday: 7:30: p. in. :MidWeek Pi P' man "
:v 'lot' nand IM I I lion doe. .0
ning for growing tobacco. Two !. node ".et .. lq 0,;.1.' /
that
or three things we need to FIRST BAPTIST CIIfKCHSTARKE : STARKE School:l. Prayer :Meeting .'.r I I,1' f ,.. man.,.d... b. \Inm9o',of 4ndono 9a.nn : I sari" faithful e1 en/ I'" gUUrl' .
think about include growing Sunday: Church Pastor: Lester F Richardson :+;:? \ ,to mot, 10 ; : : I children},I '
for ForslgnMissions. 9:45: ; Morning Worship. 11. :::: ,: 't irlIOl/C //JI', LI 1I"'ul,1 be I :
plants, field seletlon and soil Week cf Prayer : .r"r, rn rnn /ems
Youth Ministry! Csuncll! 5pm. IIEILBRONN- BAPTIST :: : loge He .:
testing. :More of our growers : : ; //q roll... .. ; rl'e
MYF Snack Supper 6. MYF CIIVRCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. ;i i :: .." ..: : F't 1 :;:;1 \=\ trenKthIfV / i"
each ;year are interested in S:"'.day Shool. 9:43.: :Morning .M \ Mnpule {fit /"I' hear
"Ye Meetings 6:30: ; Special Advent Sunday: School, 9:43: a. m. :::: I duo .dl ato 1 .,..' suPn \ ohlemr, .ante\t QU" '
growing their own plants. This Worship a. 11: sermon": Family Service 7:30.: Morning: Worship, 11. Training 1 ', Lom \ ::::on I o, :.:: ::;. rl la.I'. ; /nil t''WI'dl Suns 'i
has many advantages that makeit Whiih Are Spiritual.; : Train- 'I 'l:; ne. to\ reueu' and,
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Scouts, 3:13.: Service .
MondayGirl Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening I :
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worthwhile and even more Union, 6:13.: Evening: Worship, :: .. nn lmm' PumoPo' ,1'OUI'lIf trenttthen' :
profitable. I recognize that labor 7:30: ; sermon "Jethro's Good Tuesday WSCS Executive 7:30: ( riU'.veek Prayer service :::: I V '." d m..'d .P Hole" one un' snort\ theVf l1' 1 le/ n i.Nyv
+i LOI'd' 'In
General i ..., pI"o. ,1 rile
can be your big problem. Counsel to Mcses"MondayWeek Meeting, 9:30: ; WSCS 7:30.: : ,. ,pu.. ., um .nun t
:
Two of the main advantages are of Prayer Pro Meeting 10. Brownies. 3:15.WednesdayChildren's: -Rev( L. Tommy Howe Pastor I ft1S U.. fauna ,. one d"unr tM nu ,..''d.t f tro ::
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that thy plants you will and have you clean will heal-have gram Group, In 9 charge.:30 a.m.M-Night: Ida Darby Program Rehearsal. 3:13: ; Prayer MeetIng UK.UIWl: : BAPTIST CHURCH, ,,' ,, ,i w '' : ..::' \Vt t,1 to l'i::t. a',11 ",. '!' : "J S I 1IIIIIml@III@ lllmll1m i mmll1rll1illlll IIi l l III II

them when you are ready to set. Hway! BaptistChurch. and Bible Study 7:30.: Sunday\ School, 10 a. m. Morning 1 "
Bajlsss
) Thursday:! District Conference Worship! 11 a. m. and 7 p. III ii imlllllilli 1111111111111111 1II111IU I" lmllm
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In early field selection ;you) TuesdaVeek. 7:30.: of Prayer Chieflan. 2 p.m. Girl m.-- Rev. Fred Johns pastor I ,::!:;,, 1u911ulllllllllllllllllll 1 I nllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I I II I w
time for hav- 3:15. Youth Choir Re y
will have more Scouts : 2f
9.30, Lorena Epperson -
Program :
ing a soil test and for better hearsal. 7. Chancel Choir Rehearsal NEW RIVER BAPTIST
soil preparation including fumi Group in charge. Carol 7:30.DeWitt : Sanciay; School, 10 a, m. Morn- ?#
3:30. Children's -
gation. Soil pii and calcium in Choir Sunbeams : T. Farabee, Jr. ing Worship 11 a, m. Training
proper range is important to Wednesday Choir.-Junior Weekday! : GA, Bible 4:25.:: Pastor.ST. Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship, ;I Itt i
better yield and disease re- 8 p. m. Wednesday night ser-
sistance. We know that Black Class, 10 a.m. Sunday :MARK'S EPISCOPALRev. ::: vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone wV ..
Shank is encouraged by high School S'Jperlr.Lencenfs: Cabinet Fred Yerkes of Jacksonville come-L. L. Parker pastor. (. (0>>}
I and Calcium levels in the :Meeting 630.: Week of Prayer
pH will! conduct: the sermon :;
soil. Black Shank can wipe out program. 7:30: Lottie Moon and communion Sunday. Nov. STARKE 66" :
Church r HURST SHELL
We have been very Group In Charge. Church Choir Airpark Baptist FAULKNER
crop. "lark'sEpiscopal
your
30. at 11 a.m. at st .
fortunate in Bradford Countyin Practice. 6:15.Thursday: Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Iorn; :
not having this Black Shank Week of Prayer! Church.NORTHSIDE Ing Worship 11:00: a.m.; Even GULF SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE

invasion. We want to do what program 9:30: Helen Masters ing Worship 7:00: p.m.: Wed. I
In charge. Visitation 7 Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Bill Edwards Ph. 96 4-7tSl ;
we can to keep It out. Group BAPTIST AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 ;
CHURCII 7:00: p.m. Study on Book of .
p.m.Friday Pro. Psalms. C. J. Sheffield. Pastor TirTru-lng :'
HAAS
BILL -Week of Prayer Schedule of services:: Sunday : HAUL RENTALS
Bradford County is still interested gram 9:30: Annie Armstrong School. 9 ::45 a.m. Morning Everyone Welcome. Headlight Adjwtlng

in Bill and glad to learn Group in charge. Worship. 11 a.m. Training Union Truck Trailer Brak. Serrlc .:
that he is working hard and doinga -W. A. Hogan, pastor. 7:30: and Evening Service K1NGSLEY:' LAKE, BAPTIST. Wheel Balance andAlignment .
good job in Alachua County. .
Complete Lubrication
Soil Conservation 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
Bill :
was our
Thursday Teachers officers Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning i : Minor Tune-Ups
Technician for about 15 years. RICHARD A. UNDrRHILL I I':' '
meeting .

meeting 6:30: p.m. Prayer :worship 11 a.m.: Evening Worship SERVICE :
We are happy to learn that Bill ELECTED TO AMERICAN: :' PROMPT ROAD :
1011 N. Temple Avenue .- ,.
:
was chosen one of only two ANGUS ASSOCIATION:' 7:30: p.m. 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting :: r;
conservationists to spend a The Church that Preaches 7:30: Wednesday;' PHONE 964.5899 AD Minor Repair I
week in Dallas Texas for some Richard A. Underhill Starke: What the Bible Teaches. interim pastor Rev. Fred<
special training. This training has been elected to membership Edward C. Harvey, Pastor :Munro. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Tempt Are. Stark m

Is in the area of Urban Con- In the American: Angus STARKE BUILDERS :
servation. We are recogni- Association at St. Joseph Missouri SOCIAL SECURITY .' Hiway 301 and 100 $ .'
f
zing more and more that con- according: to Lloyd D. OFFICE MOVES FIRST til Rial IAN CULKCII; SUPPLIES Inc.
servation is a responsibility of Miller secretary Beginning Monday, Dec. I, Sunday Service: Sunday ,
everybody regardless of where There were 443 memberships the Social: Security office will School 9:43: a. m. Morning Worship :::) Featuring Ace Hardware 410 S. Temple Starke LAWSON r..i1.. ..
the "City Limit" sign Is stand- issue: to breeders of l' gfster.ed be located at the; Civil Defense 10:45: 11. m. Evening Service I :::; ..'
Ing. We will look forward to Aber e n-AnS'us cattle in tuitJ.ng at the Fairgrounds.The : 6:30: p. m.l1dweek: Service '.:) Complete Paint Supplies MEAT MARKET +
hearing some Texas Talk when the United States last month o.'fice will be open Mon- Wednesday 7:15: p. m. J. and Sporting Goods >>

Bill returns. days and Thursdays 9:30: to. -Charles Reese minister "Check With Us First" .' AND COLD STORAGE!; :'
11:30: a.m.
=............................... ........................... 219 Washington St. 964-5270 EDWARDS w. Specialise In custom slaughter-, .
.
e :; in*. Cutting and Wrapplnc i :

.l.lI I Grocery and Market Prepared for Deep Frees

NIGHT 1969 .. .. ,. fr ;rJ'
J' $ jLORlDA Gr &rW'. ; :J.ata ..... WHOLESALE :. ::.
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EST GASH OIL, Phone 964.7059PALMETTO ;:'

I r'i Night December 1 i I Jack aad Gladys E4wari STREET .

O M T R O L .'
Ask U. S. 301 South Stark. t 1::

: Music 7:15 P.M. 1 s. GIIMM W' PHONE 964.ull.

.. C arleJ I' BRADFORD COUNTY r: .:

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Pttxie 964-5745 for FREE i ::

: CHURCH : Johns.k Infections and Estimates OFFICE SUPPLIES '

BRADFORDABSTRACT TYPEWRITERS

About This Question:..
S i GOALS i CO. ADDING MACHINES

"Chri tmas shopping, to a WILLIAMSJEWELRY .'
S 400 PLUS Z merchant, means a fully ?
stocked store and extra Better Scrrle For Tow PHOTOCOPIERS: from $".50
:Rev. Stafford INSPIRATIONS risks. Does the CharleyE. to S 25. Take the drudgery out '(
CHALLENGE Title Problems of paper work.- ;;:
Johns
Agency providea
Official Class Rings Y
.. free survey of my Insurance Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts LEGAL FORMS. ..
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: INSPIRATIONAL SPEAKER to adequately cover BULOVA WATCHES
t.
fire theft business Title InsanuM PAYROLL ENVELOPES :

: REV. STAFFORD HERERT interruption fidelity 142 W. Call St. Starke .
158 W. Can Ph. W4-4M1 .
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bonding and liability or
Pastor of the Lake Forest Church Phoae 94-7064
S Baptist "
: customer injuries? :
:i Jacksonville Florida I: CLAY ELECTRIC C OOP inc. I ;:
Charley.E. :

S NEW RIVER BAPTIST ASSOCIATION = .0w..cI By ThoM We Serre fa Tw..... Northeast PlwMa c. It"."'*'''' OUTJ1..Itlrs Lrr Bstfa .

: TRAINING UNION DEPARTMENTI\ JOHNS AGENCY EIectrlcaD7"--It.&eM B..ta. ....1.. '.-l tfll ir J.i F:

REV LAWRENCE CARROLL, DIRECTOR : r
: 131 So. Walnut St. ; ;..
..............................................................1, Phone 964-5070 ; W-.f$ .J "i; .:

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l KEYSTONE :HEIGHTS MELROSE tin Plana Garden JanuaryThe Arbor Club Day ', F _



Garden Club of the

... Lakes held its November meeting
;;- Lr'W.: ...Jt .
in the Parish Hall of St.


Indians Go Down 146'I I r NEWS NOTES I Iar made business Williams'for Church.the meeting annual,During plans Arbor were the '


Day tree planting In January.
Rslaa .... For lunch members shared

sandwiches and enjoyed dessert
To Greenville, PiratesIt HOMEMAI RS CLUB members from many chaptersIn and coffee served. by the hos-
.
United States. The first .
monthly meeting the .v+- -
The regular tesses. The rest of theo day was --
of the Keystone Heights officers were Worthy Matron inworkshop with the f
spent
was a sad sight in Keystone stone's: lone score., The PAT Club of Clay County Extension Beatrice Schroeder and Wor- members making items which
last Friday night a the was tied 6 all. After the ball Imo- Treasurer Mrs. Vera Ownbey;
ii3iar-s: fell at the hands of tric Hall. County Agent Christmas Sale to be held: In
Pirates 11-6. Key went back and forth several Rittenburgh attended to Secretary. Mrs. John Homble;
iGreaiillle gene the Keystone Heights municipal
times Keystone was In passion present the program of the Chaplain, Mrs. Sara McDonald; 12 and
building on Dec.
Of-cuts : of the ball on their own 1<1. No Council Annual Bazaar of December Phyllis Hussey. Marshall.
together against the :one in Keystone: Is quite sure C. President, Hazel Other officers present and hon- 13.
anstahhg:! which how it happened (Including thiJRepol.tel' Davis presided and after rou- ored were Mrs. Ruth Mitchell -
defense of Greenville, High School Garden Club
Point of Ruth Mrs. Bea The
Star
matter.ofthe ;
the
WhenGrrn'ine's ), but Greenville: wasawarded tine business
seemsd; to be everywhere then outlined. Young, Martha and Mrs. Irene made a Thanksgiving Center
>a Safety, which gave Bazaar was
defsiue didn't stopths Associate for the Home Economics
Electa. piece
8-6 edge. The Bazaar will be held in Williams
them
Indians the OffJcliU: did. an Court House Annex formerly Patron, J. Azzle Williams. Room at the High School.: Mrs.
John Reaves, who had a 65 the
Literally pulling penalties out Extension office) in Under the planning and workof Miller Wrinkle, !sponsor, demo
of their caps: the Officials yard TJ. :scamper called backIn Cove Springs, from 1pm the Estrelllta Club Members onstrated the making of Christ.,
the. third Quarter on a holdIng green
.crushed,,: Keyssne with 170 yards with a barbecue dinner much of the furnishingswere mas tree balls. The girls then
yin penalties. penalty, broke loose again. served from 5 to 8 p.m. Donations purchased, and most of made balls and decorated a A few of the many handmade holiday item that will be on sale at
After sec-sawing for over for a 48 yard scoring gallop! are $1.50 for adults the first officers gave their tree for the school room. the Community Church Women's annual Bazaar next Wednesday.
with 1:40: 1 Left in he game. emblem. Following
Keytsoiws including particular
+half the first quarter and 75 cents for children, -
::found itself deep In Its own Again the PAT attempt failed desserts (homemade). the presentation and historical --e a e e 0 e 0-a e S e e e e e -- w
and the Pirates hal: a 11-0 lead, the Instituting OffI- Melrose AreaStudents
As members will review of
?::territory due t:> penalties. Keystone Club
'Quarterback Danny Baker which ended up ..aa the final prepare the chicken in the cers, the Past Matrons and ElectedTo : Doors To Open On Wonderland :
Past Patrons were presentedand
Chopped back in his own end- score. morning. There will be two
ball, andGreenvllle's Coach Roy Bayless was un- door prizes a pink and blue honored with a citation Beta Club Posts
zone, Jis:! furoblsd 1: the Of Gifts At Bazaar Dec. 3
:
;: Reaves recovered available for comments lest:: hand crocheted (reversible) and a gift. The Chapter was
.,-" John their first score, week. However, there was mention cappette and an original Oil Constituted In April of 1960, .Aiiic....._._.. Into r'.<*vircu" *UI..h***** BIU. .__
> for attempt failed, and of a pcjjible protest, which Painting, 16x20 Inches. Chan- and in the interim, 49 Chap dents from the Melrose area. to Keystone will be decorated by the chairman
5:The PAT ter members were added to Christmas comes land ani various booths of the committee: on Mon-
6.0 lead at I can easily: understand.The ces are 10( or 3 for 25C. Tic- were elected to offices of the Christmas : the
had the
:the Pirates a Statistics tell toe whole kets are available from Mrs. the original 30, and those pre District VI Beta Club in .an Heights by way of of the will be known( as Pantry Land day Dec. t. In-gntherlng of
i half-time. Mildred sent were equally honored and Wonderland: Bazaar kitchen Kiddy Land (chil will be all day Tuesday,
fe half-way through the sad story. Rushing: 64 yards.Pu.sing Emily lean or Mrs. election held in, Palatka Saturday Community Church Women on ( ), articles
Abcut : Donny Baker who( Payton. Club members are presented with a gift. dren's corner), What Not Land Dec 2.The .
.-...third quarter Keystone manag- Nov. 8. Wednesday, Dec. 3, from 9 a.m. Committee,
threw 10 T.D. Passes In 9 asked to donate a sale item, CHANGE OF TIME (white elephant). Handi-Land Luncheon
*:;;Jed to construct a scoring drive and usually completed and homemade baked goods. FOR CHURCH SUPPERThe All schools In District VI sent to 7 p.m. The Items which/ will (han.1\vork: ), Wish Land under Ch:1l1'n1:1n.II's.: : Alex
,
if'1 which began on their 45, when games the Canvass representatives to this meeting( be on display in the several Landpatio CirclesI
Mrs. Ison will pick up mem- Every Member (Christmas gifts) Patio Gaunt and members cf
better stopped
: Ricky Murrhee recovered a 509 or ; was at Mallard'sStore (covered dish) to elect officers for 197071. 'booths were largely made by baked Barker
donations Dinner Land Ralph
: for 0 ber Family ( ), Goodl ( and II f Mrs
with completions, yards.Ke3'stor.e
;>fumble. Steve Heptlnstall picked no 2 fumbles had at 9 a.m. on the morn- will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, Curt Courtney son of Mr. and 'the members who attended the goods), Tea Land (tea time), chairman: have been" advised
'"I up a first down, then a person- lost ; ing of December 6. Nov. 30, Instead of 6:30 as Mrs. Byron Courtney was elect weekly Workshop under direc- Craft Land arts and crafts), as to their respective! duties
*J. al foul, and an off-.uldes penalty 3 passes=: intercepted In Penalties.;; 'and suffered All club members are invited previously announced. The din- ed president; Roberta Steuer- tion cf the chairman, Mrs. Ernest Santa Land (children's; toys), starting Monday. Dec. 1.

'A on the Pirates gave the Indians 170 yards to the Council meetingon ner will be held in the edu- eleln. daughter of Mrs. William\ McLean. Plastic Land (Tupperware). The doors of the educational
6 a first and: goal on the 9. Joe This closed the Indians': Sea- December 2 at the Green cational building. Chambers, treasurer; and Tre- The General Chairman, Mrs. The motifs of the decorating building will open to the gloriesof
tie: I, and Steve son a 7-3-0, which Is a recordto Extension Office. A Memorial Service for departed of Mr. Barry Wyman appointed the
;# Moore ran it to Cove. Springs ha. Turner, daughter committee will be in Christmas Christmas: wonders on Wed
JB i Heptinstall went in for KeyII 'be proud of This meeting is at 10 a.m. witha members of the past and Mrs. j. L. Turner, reporter. various sub-chairman as fol- colors of red. green, gold, and nesday, Dec. 3, at 9 a.m. After
S covered dish luncheon, with 10 years were remembered in Other officers elected were lows: white. The central motif Is a browsing about visitors may
Orange Park Club as hostesses. a ceremony of dedication, as Linda Jones, vice-president and Mrs. Roy Farrls. chairman! of large gold star, fashioned by chat and an aerial vieof the
Consumers Prey For 800 Schemes Mrs. Margarita Quagllao Mrs. Dorothy Koons, P.M. laida in Debbie Gordon. Secretary; both Decorating Committee, bazaar Mrs. Marshall Gallop Booths shat and an aTlal view of the
altar
presented the November pro- red rose on the Grand,Of- girls are students ,of Palatka theme, "Christmas Wonder festive atmosphere! as the stage
To Worry- of departed
II on "How Stop memory
gram
and Start Living". Refer- ficers and Mrs. Paddy Gil- South High.Thirtytwo, will\ be the setting!: of Tea Tame
ing
From Gyp Artists, Conner Warns ences Positive used were Thinking"from "Powerof and drie in memory, ;P.M. laid of departed a yellow Chap rose terlachen attended students the from meeting In- I Cotton wears a new face I The mysteries displays cf Christmas 1 In arefantastically the

Mrs. Jo Reed with their Mrs. Carl Wonderland Booths. There will
Enthusiam Makes the Differ ter members. sponsor\ ,
;; There are more than SCO different men," Bishop said. ence" by Dr. Norman Vincent responded with a vocal solo 'Herring be a nursery for small chil-
*: schemes to which consumers One of the best clues to a Peale; and the Topic above was "The Old Rugged Cross" accompanied Curt Courtney was nominatedby w dren In the Youth Building.
y: may be exposed and: questionable purchase is the from Dale Carnegie.Mrs. on piano by Mrs. the group to represent Dis j A change had ta: ,be made in
;i: every consumer: is a potential salesman's Inslstance that the Mary Eldridge of Magnolia Betty Sikes. Mrs. Bea Schroe- trict VI In the state election 6 the topping of the dessert from
: i Commissioner: of Agri- : be made immediately recognition cherry to peach.
victim decision must Springs will demonstratecake der was narrator. Special for the office of State 'President>
f: cuture Doyle Conner warned and ''that he will not decorating at the luncheon of the passing"Mo- The last Workshop session
'-: this week. be able to call back. If the dealIs meeting, and delegates will ther" Beatrice Lavey in 1963. r wns held Wednesday.: Nov 19,
i-: "On the whole, business Is reallY a good one, the consumer bring the ideas to the Dec. 17 Her daughter Bea Schroeder Lou Miller visited Mrs. \Ida y due to the 2fith( b?lnlt the: day
i fair and honest to the public, will be able to take time Club Christmas Party. is now the "Chapter Mother." Whitehead In the Bradford before Thanksgiving.! Mrs. Mc-
fe; ,but there exists a small minorIty to consider it, the director Special Honors were extendedto County Hospital on Monday. Lean would appreciate: volunteers
?: which through questionablsJ EASTERN STAR Mrs Vera Ownbey as Chap SPORTS: contacting hr: for as
J:! business< tactics, abuses the said.A few simple rules of good The Keystone OES Chapter ter Treasurer for ten years, Though the Fishing Is still a sistance In completion of all
:i;? public and the good name of shopping would help the con- celebrated it's tenth birthdayon and Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder, pretty good and the Hunting Is unfinished! 'k.
.'' business through use of those sumer avoid: ,being abused by December 18 with several P.M. and Chapter Treasurerfor looking better every week. Grif- r Luncheon will! be served from
schemes, Conner added. the shyster. Good purchasesdon't outstanding courtesies and hon eight years also Past Grand fin's Lodge (east shore Santa 11:30: a.m. to 2 p.m, at $1.25
.. Conner said consumers should Just happen they are ored guests. following the regular Librarian, In the presentationof Fe) gave me the only official for adults and 73 cents for
;'" Chapter business under Life Memberships in the I They reporter Time will be
; be aware of the general practices planned) Bishop said. reports hjge. children. Tea serv-
.'" of the shyster, rejardlsss Plan out every purchase, and Worthy Matron Grace Keeth Keystone Heights Chapter OES. that Roy caught 10 BalSa alone ed from 9 to 11 a.m. and again
-. of the goods he is selling. know specific requirements de and Worthy Patron Vinton Responses were enjoyed from Wednesday morning, and 3 more from 20: to 7 p.m. ((c'osingeme
.5 Robert J. Bishop, director of sired. Become familiar! with Keeth. Past Grand Matron Ver- Ralph Crawford P.P. on the Thursday manning ) at 25 cents, \vhi! i Includes -
consumer services for the De- seasonal purchases I .and when na Brice and Past Grand Pa- year and half of Instituting and That seems to be all of the beverage and homemade

>:. pnrtment of Agriculture\ and items are reduce! in price.. tron Vincent Brice were pre Constitution, and Chapters news for this week, 80 here'sLeeoa ,oodles."EYSTONI.
sented to the members and escorted Worthy Patron, when 49 new
'-,- Consumer Services, pointed out Be a comparison shopper, to the Worthy Matron's members were initiated into .

,, that the shyster usually ap- comparing prices, guaran- station after which the pro- the Order of Eastern Star.Vin- LKEON'S CORNER
: xiniversial human desires tees and other: factors. The
,
V peals to PGP almost
gram of Celebration was directed cent Brice, was
'y particularly health and Department also has a handy by Worthy Matron Grace speechless as he reviewed the "Pore Ole Turkey"Ole

:.i:: wealth. pocket-size calculator to aid Keeth. A historical review,prepared Celebration of 10th Birthday Tom the :Turkey,
.,: "The shyster makes a trans the consumer In comparing by Mrs. Vera Ownbey Program, and Mrs.Vera Brice, Thought he had It made.
action sound: unIJell v ably price per ounce. These are free assisted by Mrs. Bea Schroe- P.G.M. added her pleasure.The Just tajcln' life easy, HEIGHTS
V:: good and he takes advantage of to the consumer ;by 'writing theDivision der, directed the celebration.On next Chapter meeting will Layln In the shade.! mIll
'... the consumer's lack of know- of Consumer Ssrvices. November 18, 1959 under be December 2, when plans will We fed him up good. :::::::::;::::::::?: *:xHX's:::: :: : ; :::::.:.:.:.:.:::::;:::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::.:::::::::::: :::::::::;::::;::::::::::::: ::.:: ::.

:'s;,_ ledge.: He is a beautiful sche-i Pay cash when possible -It instituting procedures Past be made for the December 16 Till be grew nice and fat. DIRECTORYBEAUTY
costs to use credit; rememberthat Patron Vincent Brice of Gainesville meeting and the Official Visitof Then bit tola head with an ax, -Ill DeWitt C. Jones Funerar"Home lill
bargain, Is a bargain 30INDIAN Grand Officers.
SEE a. Chapter 44 enrolled And it went "KERB. SP1ATT! --
only when it is used; and read Picked off the feathers, :: ::; SHOP
r.'The: Paint ,People contracts, labels, directions .vvvvvvvvvm.vmvv.% visited Brother Jake Mlley and i
Innards in pot.
his a
Sling
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and warranties, he said. hJa wife :i In Waldo. Brother ;
Then tell Ma, << KEYSTONEBEAUTY
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For a handy leaflet "Whatto Jake had been 'a little under the
iS BEACH To get the water hot. PHONE 96I 6200
Moore -
;: i j n
Do A Guide: to Consumer weather for awhile. SHOP
Cook him up nice. i
:;. PAINTS Protection," Bishop sa'd' to Thursday morning, Aunt Teen- the dressing in. -
Also (Lab .... Fa) of Gainesville Afer ya stuff EDITH JOHNSON. Owner
write his office. consumers le Crenshaw
: PAINT with problems or com- Byi MtehMl H. cuttyFk. came after Grandmother Cope. And this here's a treat, ;;1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ;j; Personal and Creative Hair 6tylin -
; CENTRAL That'll please many men.
them to 470-3171: her home to Every Form of Beauty
plaints can report land and took spend
Pore ole Tom 'rff:;: PHONE 473-3176 :j: Culture Tuea.-Oat. 9-d; closed ,
STORES, INC. either Commissioner Conneror ..................... some time with them.
Now he's dead, but not all gone ; :: .. ..................:. =;;:,., ,,):', (Monday,
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+. 63A NW. 13th STREETGAINESVILLE Bishop, Department Agri- My mother Cricket, Lou But all he's got left I'S-::>:::::::VyWXw::::::: :::: : ::::::: :::": :::: ::::::::::::::::::: ;
culture and Consumer Services Howdy friends, have ya froze ler, Margaret Robbins, and Lillian ( MATERIAL
{;; ? Otis Melton and I went Is a little gravy on. BUILDING
The Captlol, Tallahassee.\ up yet Norwood attended meeting HARDWARE
-: PHONE 374.1251'r I to Keystone-Greenville Football of the Melrose Homemakers KEYSTONE
DRIVE-IN THEATRE
':i; Game last Friday night, and we Club, and worked on the "Good BROOKLYN
got just as cold as I ever wantto ie's for the Decemmber 13th ThE Old 1imEl.fJJ
r be. In fact It was a lot colder Christmas Bazaar. THUR.FRI.SAT.SUN.NOVEMBER SUPPLY HOUSELumber

,:: r : than I wanted, but we survived My parents James and Cricket :m.R 27-28-29-30 Plywood Builder's
..,' .. co far anyway. Santa. Claus visited Buddy and Merle Ellis la Hardware Roofing Sheetrock
I ."' might bring some of you kiddies Gainesville, Thursday night. :-01C1\. '''_ Paneling Paints Insulation
Ice Skates If it gets much cold Mrs. D. W. Carpenter spent CP ,
j Tools Electrical & Plumbing
::: What KIND er. Then when you've grown the weekend with her sister, FRANCO-. ZEFFIRJELUROMEO Supplies.

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Tree Seedings Going Fast; New Corporations All Income Tax Season Opens IS.will be Legal allowed hunting through hours January are Navy ROTC such places as Europe South

Are CharteredAt Payers To Use Nov. 27 For Duck, from '(me'.' aIf hour before sun- Deadline Extended America NROTC and Midshipmen the Orient. attend
Advised To Order Now
Public rise to sunset.According .
Brooker New 1040A FormThe Coot And Snipe to the Game & To November 28 universities and colleges suchas

complete sellout'will be attained Fresh Water Fish Commission. : Auburn Duke, Georgia In.
to tree .
"Persons planning get .
reminded that
seedlings from our nurseriesto and Florida will be well Secretary of State Tom 77 million people expected Sportsmen are for the bag limit for ducks is four. The Navy Department has extended stitute of Technology and many
the toward nationwide Adams has announced the the official hunting season the Naval Reserve Of. other of the nation's: prominent
plant this season had better on way to file Federal Income Tax per day but may not include
in the of chartering cf Levy Construc- duck coot and snips opens one- fleers Training Corps (NROTC) and universities.
hurry." leadership planting return for 1969 will This reminder was voiced seedlings for the seventh tion Corporation at the State new style 1040 Form unveiled half hour before sunrise' oa black duck, and one redhead or application deadline to 23 No- Applications are available
today by Allen Tarleton, County straight year.' Farmers Market, Highway 18, today by the Internal Revenue Thursday, Nov. 27, Thanksgiving canvasback. In addition to the vember. This Navy Program through the school counseloror
Forester for Bradford and Why this mad rush to plant Brooker. Authorized shock 5.- Service. The new tax form has day. dally limit of ducks hunters provides to qualified high local Navy Recruiter at the
trees especially the slash 000 .shares: of common at $1 The statewide season for duck
Clay Counties. been designed so that regardless will be allowed to take five school seniors., the opportunityto following address: U.S. NavyRecruiting
"Orders have been comingin pine? Projections show that the per share; 'dealing in construction. .of financial circum- and coot will continue through mergansers ,of which not more attend the college of their Station Federa.1Building.
Sunshine State will be faced 12 while snipe :'hunting
fast, and we are already with two-fold In stances, it can be used by tax January than one may be sold out of several species," a expansion payers In any bracket. as officers in theUS. Box 252 Gainesville, Fla. 32601.
its need for wood by the end
Tarleton said. "We are oper- Incorporators are J. W. Card Form 1040A the old The bag limit for coot has Navy or Marine Corps.
of the In order to meet
ating now on a first come, century. Dukes. Gainesville; A. S. Green 1040A was becoming obsolete
fihoi-t form. tiliU; by 18 million been established at ten per day. The financial assistance pro
this demand, reforestation efforts

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because of Income levels
served basis. and Grace G. Bigham both of rising
first taxpayers last'year has been The limit for snipe Is eight per vided Includes full tuition textbooks -
will In
have to increase
The Division of Forestry,formerly Brocker. Filed by Bill Roberts eliminated. However the in recent years and increased uniforms and school 1t..y... :.-:::::::::::::::::$:::::::::*:: :!f:"..::::::::::::
new The possession limit for :,
proportion just to assure an :, day. '
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the Florida Forest Ser- Box 1836, Tallahassee.A complexity in the financial sta
adequate timber supply for the form will enable 'over 30 million coot and snipe is two days bag related fees plus $50 >a month I" GLASS
vice, will continue to take orders tus of taxpayers. Thi resultedIn
for seedlings until they state alone. charter has also been Is. taxpayers to file by using: only a decrease In the percentage after the first day of hunting.Dr. to defray other'expenses. Midshipmen i

are all gone. "Lifting" of the Anyone who is Interested In sued for Diversified Market Research one side of a single page the oof taxpayers using the card Richard Schulz. Commls. also receive pay while ?= FOR EVERY PURPOSE Y
tiny trees starts later this planting seedlings this year Is Inc.. Box 120, West IRS said. An. 'additional 20 form. Men Chairman, pointed out that participating in at-sea trainIng )' ;:
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month and scheduled truck deliveries usged to get in touch with the Highway 18, Brooker. Stock: million taxpayers will need no Introduced In 1954 the 1040A the stats-Wide season for duck: cruises during the summer M 1Y firorsI-I
will begin shortly nearest Division of Forestry more than one-page basic formplus hunting will be followed by a months. These cruises provide
thereafter. office, Box 638, Starke, or call 5,000 shares of common at $1 one additional page. form was designed to help the as lowerincomewage a simplified special "scaup only" hunting the opportunity for travel to ,1-1FOR(;: EVERY PURPOSE rif
964-6554; county agent,or ASCS share. Dealing in real and Taxpayers with special tax
This season the Division is per \season In certain 'areas of the
growing some 69-million seed- office for details on how to personal property. Incorporators .situations need only add to the earner. However taxpayers state. The "..scaup only" season closing: dates on certain species. f SHEA'SGLASS t;
lings at its three nurseriesat go about It. By doing this, he : W. E. Bigham! Jr., Pa. basic form additional pages or using it could. not take ad- opens January 16 and will con The second. phase of tile migratory
vantage of certain tax credits t.
Munson, near Milton; Chief- will be helping to Keep Florida schedules, to meet their: needs. or tinue1 through January 31. dove hunting season will CO. i
land and Punta Gorda. Accord- First in reforestation tricia Jean Bigham. Grace G. Itemized deductions business exclusions and could not item- Schulz also reminded hunters close at sundown on Sunday, i
Ing to all indications, another and be putting those Idle acresto Bigham. all of Brooker. Filed Income and expenses and other: ize their deductions. that they should check their Nov. 30. The third phase: sea- '.: 57243I3724353
illS N.W. 4th PIacsh )
The of the 1040A
work profitable. slmpliciy old :
Nov. 12, 1369 by Bill Roberts add-or-subtract items will be sunrise-sunset time scheduleand so will .open at 12 neon, December Gaiq.vlIIs S.
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has been built into the new
Box 1836 Tallahassee. reported on separate pages. form the IRS said. hunting calendar to keep 13, and continue through I-:::: : :: :::::: :::: :::...o-->>);.It:
r ru-L wLruwrLwn The IRS said the card Form abreast of hunting hours and January.
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-Vi, 'YQnd E.t- J CARL BEGGS
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BHS students are ready for is a $1.25 fee for the test. _-. -. ,AIM 1 D.r ':!
the Thanksgiving: holidays.: Juniors and Seniors: $780 LtAU;) : I Gulf Service
But they have been kept plus fare to New York will 'JS'Nt' > : USED: PARTS
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busy thu week \vUh exams for send: you on a three-week tourof ;. .Top Price for Wrecked Om2i
the second! six-weeks. Mondaywas Europe England, Holland Hour Wrecker Serrlo
the day for socnl: studies Germany SwitzeilanJ: Liech Oil
Fuel
tests; English and science six tenstein. Austria, Italy Mon -
weeks tests were given Tues. aco and France. Miss Rosen MEN WANTKD" Laundry PUMPS USED VACUUM' cleaners reconditioned -I Vied Cam -

day. and tests for all elective berg has all details for this CLASSIFTXD! : AD RATES!:! workers. Kitchen kids, labor- $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy. SOt N. Waldo
NEW AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE__
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were scheduled for Wednesday.: trip. ers cottage parents watchman name, brands to choose from. I
Then BHS sUi3ents probably Vf to IB word ____- \M cooks and clerks ground- Parts It excellent repairs all INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
completely forgot school work The first Thanksgiving Dayin (Minimum ehorg) keeper truck driver. Five Deep &: Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House .of: Fir Homeowner.

until December 1. North America was held in day week. eight hour dy. Water Softeners &: Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, Galnesvi"n .- LIFE & ACCIDENT
Each word 15 __ .07
over
Seniors voted to purchase the autumn of 1621 by proclamation Ctate retirement. vacations Expert Service On _378-7110. tfchg
their caps and gowns for graduation of Gov. William Brad Extra charge If Dotpalel sick leave.If interested plea*. All Makes ""World's Easiest Keystone Height 4.13-469

this year rather than ford. la advance ___ J8 apply In person Personnel Plumbing !Serrloa!
rent them. Class colors chosenare Manager. Sunland Train- Method of MEN WANTED Men cottage
blue and white. Whatever date the real purpose Phone 964-7061 Active Exercise"
royal Memorial Revolution tog Center. Gainesville. Fla. parents age over 21. Starting
Juniors can take the National !Js to give thanks to God An equal opportunity employer. .. DURRANCE PUMP The Fabulous pay $329 month promotion opportunities .
Merit Scholarship Test on for the many blessings of the 7 <<*at. p.r word AND SUPPLY CO. and regular Increases
Feb. 17, 1970. Any junior can past year and for: giving us a ttthgSTJPER In pay. 8 hour day 5 ,

sign up with Miss Rosenberg free country in which, to live. CARDS OF THANKS INSURANCE lIlll GYlll day week. sick: leave. vacation*. I
in the Guidance. Office. There HAPPY THANKSGIVING I STICK Vinyl Plastic AT REDUCED RATES state retirement. If Interested.
00 word or 1 lea* -.__ 8.CO AUTO. FIRE. BOAT I please apply in person Personnel -
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Letters & Numbers for interior
DOYLE E. CONNER 'i;
Each word over 50 __ ..07OFFICIAL and exterior use. All sizes colors. INSURANCE AGENCY I For HomeDemonstration Manager Sunland 'n'atnillaOen-

I Car Ownership In Bradford County -, Bradford County Telegraph tf- teat I Call ter.An Gainesville equal opportunity. Fla. employer. .

964-7839 .
Than In NationThe INSPECTION STATION 'PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50( \ BAIRD tf dig
Higher Average Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30: P. M. I to $625. Take the drudgery out Mobile Homes
KNOW it's eaSy to WAINWRIGHT
Except Saturday 8 1Z NooHILL'S of }paper work.-Bradford Countv DID YOU ED
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Telegraph. tf NEW and USED own a Longchamp Home? AGENCY
GARAGEKeystone
number of cars In operation facturers Association. Better built for F>rf4a: living. For All Your
In Brsdfrd! County con They indicate as would be Height SEWING MACHINE Cleaned 810.12 WideGainesville Your planor ours Insurance NeedsSpecializing
tinues to Increase year by expected that there Is a direct Telephone 473-4465 oiled and adjusted In your Your lot or ours. Contact Bu-
year, with no saturation pointIn relationship between. income 'home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner Good Quality ford Mitchell, phone C846R53 In
sight.As level and car ownership. The FOR RENT: TV sets baby repairs also. All work guarante Reasonably Priced P. O Box 238. Starke Mobile Home InsurancePh. S. E.; 2nd Ave. &

a result the car densityIn number of cars and the amount beds, elee. guitars amplifiers ed. Dennis E. Cogging phone Gainesville 378-2785 t1:" Starke 964-6818 2nd Street ,
the local area as well as spent for them rise as income refrigerators: day or week. DA- 431-1428. tfch* Guaranteed and Near Post OfficeKpen.'Til.8
the number of two-car: andthreecar :rises. JDOm.'S.9M-7923. trd1C Serviced LEGAL FORMS. Bradford P.M.
HELP WANTED: Full 'w part Delivered In Stark Area Telegraph. Ph
County
families are now Which explains the growing JIMMY MOORE'S
time. No experience NO EXTRA C08'l'US
greater than ever. proportion of late model carson necessary 904.0305.
The latest published figures Bradford County roads. Local filer broynVolkswagen Bobby's Hideaway WaldoPhong 441 N. 4502 NW 13th SUN SPORTSMOORE EZERASE TYPEWRITER
Used Wrlnaer-Wash-
4RR.Q44t.: WANTED:
.show that as of the beginning families have been moving Srrh 11-27 Gainesville 3711- 785 er. Will pay cash or take in PAPER Mimeo Paper, Bond
of this year, there were more upward on the Income ladder SMALL HOUSE for rent. Fur- BOAT !"OR DAHMER'S Paper. Notebook Fillers. -

cars locally per 100 families enabling them to be more expansive nised for couple only. R. W. ANTIQUES bought and sold TOUR MONEY 964-7923.trade. on anything. tf-ehg: Bradford County Telegraph.FOR ._
than there were In most::: com in their car purchasing Brannen. phone 964-6449. Itp furniture refnlshed upholstering Starke Ph. 004-5791
munities. .and to trade them in more cabinet work, antiques: re WILL BUY: Used Appliances RENT Two bedroom
As of Jpnuary 1st, there were frequently. FOR SALE Large comer lot stored to original beauty. Cal' Complete Outboard & Stern ; Furniture TVs. Stereos anything trailer 3 miles south on hiway
some 5.510 passenger cars registered A major factor also in thegrol.th New oil Used In City. 110'xlHV. With septic C. E. Jackson. 1313 West MadIson Drive Service a'd Repair. of value. DAHMER'S. 100. Phone 964-8245. Up
in the county. equivalent of the auto population, tank. 18x34 concrete slab paved St. Phon' 964-5370. tfch Complete Fiberglass: Repair.C .
to 144 for every 100 local Is the teen-ajer. who has a Sales Service drive way. city water electri- u 11 0 m-bultt Fiberglass! SUPER STICK Vinyl PlaatU. FOR RENT Mimosa Mobile

families. burning -desire to get behind 1 MI. North of Tttb MallGAINESVILLE city and gas. Nice lawn and FAYES' FABRICS -First qual. Fishing Boats. Letters all sizes colors. Perm Home Park TraHerj! and
This was a bluer ratio than the wheel the moment he 13 shrubbery. Ideal for 'home or Ity dr.?", drapery, upholstery anent fr use on wood glass. space for rent. Phone 964-7498.

was found generally throughout permitted: to do so. mobile home 1 block from material.! Notons: mill ends. BUY. SELL. TRADE: Used plast'c. paier.l metal leather. tfchg

the United States where To satisfy this urge -the school. 1500.00 Phone 964- 610. secon's. Metal zippers loc to Furniture, Appliances Toys \NYTHI\G:. I IBradford County FOR SALE New dinette set
the average wa 137 per 100 used car Is turned over to Junior ItpIRONINO 30c. Week days 10 to 6; Friday Tcola. Wlmberly's Trading TelplOl'ranh.' t? cash
30 inch stove. $50
and
families.: In the South Atlantic in many families, Instead. FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse Saturdav 10 to 9: Sunday 7434 Blandlnj Blvd"tfchg, gas
Post Call
wide 2 bed- payments.
12 take
..States it 138 100. of traded and baby sitting in Nothof FOR RENT and up
was per being in. ; 3 bedroom, 1 bath. cen- 1 to 6. On: ZOI 1 m'.lci Jacksonville. It
The figures! on automobile As a consequence. In Brad- tral heat ft alr-condltionlng. Corner my home. Age under 5. Mrs. W"M.. nn 0t. tfch room trailer outside city limits. 964-7337.
'ownership! and:! distribution are ford County' passengar car registrations lot. Phone 9645367. tfohgAR "King 328 N. Walnut St. Itp -1. B. White. 964-8114. tfchj WANTED LISTINGSOn
WANTED Man to work
from th-e current or
consumer
have increased 15.2
ANTIQUES Come farm. Mus be able to drive ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. Homes and Acreage. Buyers
out and
markets conducted by In
survey percent the last five
years. .
the Standard Rate and Data The number in operation has ? .see our large collection bottles, tractor. J. M. Edwards. Starke, Fib Folders. complete line oiKce Broker Waiting.2117- Strout N. Temple Realty Reg.Ave.
Telegraph
;Service and from the annual gone from 4,780 to 5,510 In the furniture, glass hardward va.riety 9645403. tfchgFOR lupplln.The 964-6609 Stake Fla.
report cf the Automobile: Manu- pprlntf HAS of all kinds. We buy and RENT-2.bedroom unfurnished Phone 9S4-U05. Ph.
trade. Come out and !browse
house 640 W. Gardner. ,
EVERYTHINGSTARKE around. O riff Is Old Trading CARTERPAINTS
Phone 964-5213 for Information

LAST WEEKEND! 'Post Starke) 2 on 1-2 US miles 301. Phone north 04-of I tfchg OUT IN THE COUNTRY

7289. tfchg SERVICE! Small appliancesat

Phone 964-6848 :FREE I Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. :3 Bedroom Frame Home in Semi-finished condition.
PUPPIES Phone 782.
This is the last closing days of our 3020, Frank Gomee.- Sip 12-11. Call St. Phone 964-5311. ttcni
K. llrownlee SCAR < Payments a working man can afford.

NOVEMBER CLEARANCEPrices FOR KENT Klngsley Lake. TERMS: AVAILABLEIF
New ,brick duplex apartment MUST MOVE!
Phone 964-5391 or 964-7788. Mer-
rttt Williams. tfcflvg INTERESTED CALL JACKSONVILLE COL-

Reduced on Every Mobile 4 Bed Room Frame Dwelling CASH PRICETERMS LECT :38 .OHn -- ASK FOR JOHNNY JONES

Home Left 3-4 Acre of land paved street $6,500
and sidewalk, private water
supply, cheap electricity ten AVAILABLE WASH

Register Now For Free Gift pecan Offered trees at reasonable close to price school.with 2 Bedrocm Frame Home in excellent condition.

To Be Given Away Nov. 30 Thomas.terms and Realtor chtap,interest.Tel. 964-5701.A. J. Home presently!' located in Santa Fe., Fla. Could WE MAKEKEYS TEXACO, INC.EXCELLENT .

be moved to the following areas: Gainesville, Lake

SEWING MACHINES Butler, Lake City, Starke. Interlachen, or Palatka
See The
Fabulous 12x60 Largest elections from' 'irhlcto I

to choose. Puff Necchl. Nelco areas. USINESSOPPORTUNITY

New' Home & Unlver**!.
Old Plantation CALL JACKSONVILLE COLLECT -
English REPAIR ALLMAJICD.National : IF INTERESTED -


This beautiful home has house-type furniture, Sowing 388-0161 ASK FOR JOHNNY JONES I t I FOR LEASESmall
CAMPER
central heat, floor-length drapes, raised front Machine Co., ,- ,- .

bedroom, 11-2 baths. .11 W. University Ave. 37S-1355 A. .1. Thomas Registered Real FOR SALE 3 bedroom 24x40 -SALES --- II I Investment Required

Estate Broker since 1953. SpecIalizing home, 2 1-2 acres cleared. 14j

See AL ALSEPT For THE BEST DEAL IN TOWN EUNICE NURSERY in appraisals for estates bearing pecan, trees and fruit 2920 Waldo Road I Paid Training: I
iSatsuma, Kumquat pear and corporate and individual trees. 3-4 acre stocked pond. Gainesville 376-0691
shade trees. Blueberry plants. owners Thirty years experiencein Fanced store house, stable 2" Authorized Dealer I

Azaleas, Camellias Ornamental Florida Laud 'Matters. 205 N. deep well $9.000. Additional 2 "Stareralt" "Dreamer" I Phone Gainesville I

1 .shrubs. 3 for $1 up. 2 m. northof Temple Ave., Starke. Fla., Tel.' acres. deep well. septic tank "Wheel Camper" I
CRESTVIEWMOBILE Lawtey on Hlway 301 turn 964-5701. tf cleared: $10.500. Terms. Turn Travel Trailers > Truck I I 376-6091 376-8940 I
at sign. Phone 782-3465. Itchg right 3rd house going North I Campers Fold Downs or
FOR SALE 2 bedroom house. past Hiway Patrol office from SALES .* SERVICE I
I HOMES FOR SALE Used Duo Therm furnished. 3 1-2 acres. high and Starke. 1st house on left downgrade I. Ask For -

calculating heater. Good con- dry. on Hwy 16 at Klngsley! road. L. C. Brown 964. .

dltlon. Phone 9646575. Lake. Phone 533-2977. tfchg 5415. lip FOR SALE One used Duo Mr. Conam or Mr. Ballard'r

_FtOKIDA MISSISSIPPI 'M A.jl Therm heater Good condition.Mrs. .
MISSING from P. t>. Reddish FOR SALE Camper for fleet FOR RENT 1 2-bedroom
GIOHQ'A' T. L. Wainwrlght Lawtey.
farm. Heilbronn Springs red type bed. 8 ft. long. 3 ft. high. trailer 5 miles South of Starke
Th.. atlon's lirgtst DtflUr cow 900 to 1,000 Ibs. Contact Reasonable. phone 289-4864. cn 301. Call 964-7490 before 8:00: 2tcha12.4
P. D. Reddish. lip Highland. lip a.m. or Waldo 468-1222 after
115 SaUs ltc.tlt..s. 4 pm. Itchg RENT WITH Option to buy in /ii11Jj( }
FOR SALE 12 ft. fishing EXPERIENCED WAITRESS Starke or Keystone area. Jan.

ISIS. N. Temple l AVI. (US 301)l)" boat and motor fully equlped. wanted. Good pay. Apply in person PAYROLL ENVELOPES. 15. 1970. J. R. Prycle. P. O.

.iKrk.. Florida At Alsept Mgr. Ph. M4-7172., $150.00 J. R. Heath 206 N. at Longhorn Restaurant U. Bradford County Telegraph- Box 1125 Jupiter. FliI.. 33458. I'' Si'ac.1 I. A T S Cri'Q4w1rr
Broadway. ltD S. 301 South.) tfch* Ph 9"-1111. 2t 12-4

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