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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 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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Set By City } a 1 WLY y'Y Could Be SolutionTo

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In a brief and uneventful meeting Tuesday right

suits have been the City Council voted to proceed with a feasibility

filed In Circuit Court here by study of the electrical distribution system in its first Flood ProblemRuis
the State Department of Trans- action
officail after rehiring Reynolds, Smith and
23
portation to parcels -
procure
of land needed for right- Hills as the city's engineering firm at a special

of-way for the SR-16 project meeting last week. 4. A county drainage authority -

The project consist of Pleads is the to
widening and repaving of SR-16 Gordon Friday. RS&H representative "the Jail has had 8 prisoners GuiltyTo answer
ti flood problems such as
the old Blanding Road from attended the meetingand which have been working on
Temple Avenue In Starke east told Council that his firm the streets. Two of these are Alligator Creek, the Coun-
to the Clay County line. would do the work on a cost- still with us." ty Commission told a
Under the law of eminent plus basis not to exceed$5,000. Following the meeting it was Keystone Robbery Starke resident Monday.
domain, the state has the A few minutes later he gave learned that city; prisonersput
needed land appraised In such Council] the good news that a in more than 1,000 man- G.J. McGriff Jr. appearedto
projects then right-of-way a- $3,700 Invoice for repair workon hours of labor during November ask what the Commissionwould
gents make offers to purchasethe a new generator would be with the resumption of A guilty plea has been entered or could do to break
parcels on the basis of credited to the city's; accountby the practice of working prls- by Lester Wayne (Budy) Ruls, what he termed an Impassein
the appraisals.The the Worthington company. soners, which had not been 18. the last cl four persons digging out and widening
landowner has the rightto One happy councilman remarked done in recent years. Target of TheftsFingerprints scheduled to face trial in the Alligator Creek west from

reject any such offer by that this would go a City; Clerk Merrill Edwards $24,430 robbery of the Keystone Howell Lake to the county; line.
the state and to have the valueof long way toward paying the remarked after the meeting Heights bank last April 3. McGrlff lives in the St. Clair
the land set In trial by jury. feasibility; study fee. however that all of the prison are taken from a stolen Starke street Street area in Starke which was
Ruts cf Mrs. Effle
Among property owners along Early in the meeting the labor item cannot be classi- sign hy City Patrolman Joe Stavali. The city has son Cooper flooded in September 1968 when
SR-16 electing to go to court Council received a written report fied as profit He pointed out been hit by a rash of street sign thefts, according to of Starke 'was scheduled: to 16 Inches of rain fell on the
on trial the week of Nov.
for a settlement are: from Chief C.K. Fuqua that prisoners are kept longerIn Police Chief Ken Fuqua. Most of the signs are found go county in a week.
22 In federal court in Jackson-
Eva Kllllan. Eugene Smith showing 107 arrests made by Jail often serving their full Alligator Creek is now dug
and Lula Jackson Aaron H. the department during Novem- terms, under the new policy destroyed. ville, but entered a plea of out above his home (to the
and Betty. U; Holley (.two par- ber with total fines and forfeitures and that they are fed three Such thefts are a misdemeanor punishable by a guilty Nov. 24. before U. S. east) but not below, McGriff

cels), Ronald C. Coleman Amos of $898. meals a day while working, fine of $500 or six months in jail or both, Fuqua:!_says.. :.... District Judge\ William McRae told the Board in broachingthe
Williams Leroy and Marie Fuqua also reported that as against only two meals per Jr. problem. "What are we
Thomas, Levi James and Dor- day when idle. Education going to do to break the Im-
othy Mae Williams, Mabel Battle "Our food bill last month was Sex Program Ruis already under: a 10- passecondemn Maurice Ed-
Vaster McCoy Williams, around $450, the largest it's year sentence for robbery In wards' property; or what?" he
heirs of Leila Keller. New CourthouseTo ever been" Edwards said.City; Arkansas had been In Duval asked.
Vergle Flynn, James D. and Be DedicatedDedication prisoners are fed under con- County Jail: awn'tlnj': tJ'lalln the The county started to dig out
Prlcllla Ann Ricks Johnnie tract with a local restaurant Okayed For Auditorium I Keystone State Bank case the creek all the way past
Crowley, Aubrey R. and Tilly of the new Brad- which sends the meals to the ( Sampson Lake last year, but
Mae Moore, Raiford and MaryD. ford County Courthouse on Jail. At his arraignment before BUDDY RUIS stopped when Maurice Edwards

Miller William and Hazel North Temple Ave. has been set Fuqua said that the new Auxiliary Judge McRas In federal court Ish-looking Rids, who has Sr. refused to allow any dig-
liiadfoi'd: MClorede\ ( Committee
Silcox, Alma Murrhee Booth; After much discussion, use! (,f Ruls entered his plea but had ging on his property near Howeli
for 3 Dec. 14, by Police Department con- grown a beard: since being In
: p.m. Sunday,
A.H. the Bradford High aud.torium of which a Stark: physicIan Lake unless the Commissiondug
and Helen R. Harley, Robert little else to say except to apologize
120 hours of
tributed patrol Jail.
the County Commission. Dr. A. J. Barry is chair
and Jacquelyn Elols Mc- was opproved by the School for his appearance. from the west and Increasedthe
Kinnon, Thomas A. and Fer- Circuit Jitge George L. Pat- and special duty work during Board for a pilviue group ta man and Don Champion: forester capacity; of the trestle and
rell T, Reames. ten has been asked to be the November at no cost to the present a program on six education. Is secretary, has rcq'iest-' "I'm sorry your honor, for "You don't have t to[ apolo- culvert west of Sampson Lakeon

principle speaker. All three citv. (Continued on Page 6)) not shaving" said husky, boy- gize," replied the Judge, who SK-225.
legislators Rep. Eugene Shaw, announced sentencing of Ruls "You know what we would
Grid Banquet 'Rep. Ralph Tyre, and Sen. Bob 'woulJ follow a presenlence Investigation get Into don't you, or do you?
Set ThursdayAnnual Saunders have been invitedto In About Face by probation: offi Every time we'd touch a pieceof
speak also.A cers. Ru's' stood bes'de his land we'd get a law suit,"
cornerstone will be ]laid in Commissioner J.M. \Norman;
court-eppolnted attorney: John
football banquet' of the new 'building by the Brad- told McGriff.
H. P. Helm
the Bradford High Quarterback: ford Masonic Order and the local City Council Rehires RSH The resident said he realizedthe
Club Is set next Thursday, Dec. American Legion post will Commission's problem, but
11, at 7 p.m. in the high raise the flaz.: Two other persons! who have said his home is still subjectto
school cafeteria. Plans for the dedication!! of bean! sen'enced for the bank be flooded about once every

Speakerwill be Dr. Charlie the new $720.000 and 33.000 It was "off aza'n'! on again: serving the city under the old to ninrt:: it. robbery and another freed. 10 years unless some actionis
that only firm
Lapradd. president of St. Johns square foot structure were Flnnegan" as the City Cou-cil manner : one taken.
contract, in spits of the cancellation Tucker however r fused to
could bid.l on U. Manning J4, McGriff said he has been to
LaPraddIs Harold Eugene
River Junior College. made Monday afternoon in a did an about face >at a special
notice. change his sal'l
!! position. Ha
Councilman Wiggins, who had sentence from the U.S. Corps of Engi-
tackle drew a 15-year see
a former!! All-American Architect Frank
meetingwith. meeting Tuesday night, Nov.
Bowen that RS&H
reported tho contract with RS&H had
maIntained from' the bajlning Oct. 31 and f:ld neers in Jacksonville twice.
Judge McRae
from the University of (Florida. George 25, and: votai I 3-1 to rs-employ!!
[
:was willing tj continue with been cancelled And that If the said that
that the pvoposed: switch to :another notice of app?nl. John David lie was told, McGriff ,
Reyn ls, smith: & H.1H: of only one minor revision of a city could not nagotlate: with Alligator
firm would cost the city Troglen. 32, who figured' heavily it is doubtful if widening -
Jacksonvle! : as consulting! engineers rate on one phs of their service Smith & GII1 sp e. ". Lhen "a lot of money" made a motion In Manning's trial was sen- Creek would cause additional -
for the city.: which the company said w-e'va got to pick a econd firm to retain RS&H as the after pleading : : flooding of the three
tenced to 10 years
r School Board To Draw Deed I The reverse: action: was taken was too low In the present con- on the list" (other than RS&H) city's engineers with the minor guilty to receiving loot lakesRowell, Crosby, and
after the Cour.c.l: found that
the
I tract. McGriff referred
continuingunder ,
As one objection to change suggested: by the com- from the holdup. Sampson
"switching enginsers In mtdstream" Reetard'nsr!:: hU vote for can: the presrnt contact pany. Nolin' seconded! the motion Board to the Oct. 3, 1969 Reconnaissance -

Conveying Old CourthouseIt would cost the city cellation at the November 11 Tucker said: : that RS&H had which carried 3 to 1 with Manning' wife Arlene 23, Report submittedto
more. rather, and las, and meeting B: wen said: "I madea written spec'ficitioni' for one Tucked casting the opposingvote. went on trial! with him and wona the county; by the Corps of
other complications. !
might cause bad: mlstcUe and am wlllinz piece of equipment in such a directed ver 'Met of acq'lltt'11from Engineers.That .
has been left up to the Pierce. report, McGriff pointed
School Board to have a new The Commission Monday was In a meeting on November: 11, Judge McRas.!! Mrs. Manning out. states that the 3-lake area
deed drawn to convey the old only concerned that the School acting on a motion t! by Council- Protheroe was called back Is the former Arlere Masters is a natural drainage basin
the Board would legally be able Into the meeting and Informedof and the daughter of Mrs. west
Bradford courthouse from man Nell Tucker, the Council: and that water flowing
County; Commission to the 'to covey any monies receivedfor 'had voted!! 3-2 to cancel its con. the Council action Us agreed Cooper. would get to that area over-
the old building over that It would: cost more for a
Board of Public Instruction. tract with RS&H effective December land anyway.
"Let their attorney do it. $45,600 to the county. Com- :! 12. after 30 iays:: notice. new engineering firm to start The FBI charged the actual He pointed put the peak flood
They wound up with the big missioner Ralph Bryan raised At that time. Tucker's motion while the two projects 'elsctrl- robbery was carried out by: stage at the lake area comes
end of the deal," Commission that question, but Attorney Yawn was supported by Councilman: cal distribution study, and; 'Manning and RuH. Evidence about five days after the peak
Dave Shuford said Monday when said there would be no trou- Jimmy Bowen, ard opposed by Highway 16 contiruHion' ) are sr-owel that Manning. In, horn flood stage in Starke.
County; Attorney T.A. Yawn ble as long as that stipulation Orle Wiggins and: P. T. Nol'n.' pending. He said that his company rimmed glasses and cowboy hat "We're in the process of
asked if the Commission wanted Is Included in the deed and madea Chairman Jimmy McRae broke would lke: to be considered -. stood inside the bank entrance establishing a drainage board"

him to draw up the new deed. matter of contract.On the tie, casting the decldng: however should the city 'with a pistol while Ruls, armed Chairman Dave Shuford told
The School Board Informed November 17 the Com- vote for cancellation of 'the want to change engineers in with a sawed off shotgun. :McGriff. "i low about you work-
of the new action, Tuesdaygave mission a long controversy over RS&H contract. the future and carrying: a hcpping bag Ing with Mr. \Norman; on than'"
'he Job of drawing the new housing the School Board administrative 'b. The Chairman pointed out that
In an earlier! meeting, the went from teller to teller, robbing -
deed to its attorney, George offices when it a- Council had called for engineerIng City Clerk Merrill: Edwards six In all. the drainage authority; seemsto
greed to deed the old court- said yesterday that he harlwrtten him to be the answer to
proposals from various
house to the school system.
Bradford
the flood problem in
Only stipulation placed was that firms, and deeded::: : to negotiate ; RS&H confirming theCouncil's Troglen and Mrs. Manning
P. T. A.
County.
with & Gllles- action In votng! to were tried acceisarbs tithe
contract Smith as "
any monies over $45,600 go to a "That is the answer, I think,
the county if the School Board pie of Jacksonville. continue unJer the present!! robbery but Judge MRaeruled said \Norman.; "If we get a
Spaghetti Supper should decide to tell the old At last week's meeting! VIn- contract, with the suggested evidence against her insufficient drainage board established and

building. cent protheroe!! cf S&Q reviewedthe change get some funds we'll be mov-
High School School officials said in the firm's proposed contract ing in the right direction."
CafeteriaThursday Nov. 17 Joint meeting of the and quoted rates!! for services Police Get Lawtey Re-elects Troglen and Manning, took When :McGriff continued to
two boards that it will cost which members of the Council HelpThe turns trying on a cowboy hat push for some action, Com-
Dec. 4 around $45,600 to construct new determined by comparison were All Unopposed. at Manning'1: trial t;> see which missioner Ralph Bryan said he
administrative offices for higher than the fees now belnj! IncumbentsWith could be Ident fled by the wit. couldn't give an answer now.
7to8:30P.M.: Casey six members of the newly formed Auxiliary Five of :Manning -
school officials. Supt. Tom paid under!! the present contract nesses. nix cho"e Bryan suggested that representatives -
and the School Board Indicated with RiWL In aid.tlon:! Police are sworn in by Mayor Carl Hurst before the whose court appointed attorney from the Corps of En-
75c Plate then the only way they it was pointed! out by several City Council Tuesday, Nov. 25. an entirely unopposed Tracy Danese, attempted gineers be asked to meet with
can see to get new housing Councilmen that RS&H had already From the left are Charles Schaeffer chief; Robert I slate for the first time In recent to< prove the rofc'isr! really the Board and delve deeper
"Back to School"Night for their administrative per- done some prelimnary! years all Incumbents was Troglen. Danese sail he Into the problem. No definite
Mrs.
Brown Baldwin
Doug Betty Baldwin Rudolph
were re-elcet'J: In Lawtey'sCity :
sonnel U to sell the old court- work on two projects now p nd. ''Would apppeal on various all'g.ed action was taken on the sug-
Hutcheson Louis Mann, and Mayor Hurst. A seven- Election Tuei'ay' which
house and use those funds for ing in the city and that a new trial errors. Minnlng! will gestion, however.
Parents Invited the new building.The firm would have to start from th me.nberVallace Wise, is not shown. brough out only 67 voters. serve prison time pcn'l.ng: ap Still explaining to McGriff,
School Board apparently scratch on these projects, at The Auxiliary Police are bonafide policeman with Re-elected all wi'hout oppos' peal. Chairman Shuford stated: "We
Intends to use the old courthouse additional cost to the city. all the authority attached to that position. Members Klon. were: Mayor Charles R.Shuforl. .,. started to dig, as Mac says.
In the meantime.In City Crk! Ethel Reddish All four cf the a'-cu'cd were adviceof
This Space Contributed 'eo But we stopped on the
Councilman Tucker trl :J! will work special details when extra manpower is!
one other development ; Marshall: M. M. Jordan; from Starke. :\Manning v\ h? the' our attorney. We can't pro-
Weekly to Publicize Tuesday, theSchool Board made negotiate a more favorable rats needed by the Police Department, according to Chief and: Councilmen Ifsrbert Chris FBI Raid has a long police! record ceed until we get the okay
Commuinty Events by arrangements for the County with Protheros!!, but the Smith sail; Ken Fuqua. Their duties have incuded working football ten!en, Robert Scott, an J Barbara was a fuccitivj from the from him."

Loan Closet to use the old he ti Gllllspls had! :! quci.d representative the lowest ties games and dances and future duties will include Jordan (for two yearterms Duval County Jill!I at the t'me At that point Attorney Yawn

The CommunityState courthouse to store equipment.The possible for his! company's ser- bolstering the police force during the hectic Christ ), and MIlo Smith for a"tinexprei of the Keystone H'ldhts holdup. said he is not' the one stoppingthe
Bank request was made by Dr. : one-year term Ruts was arrested: In A'.kan- widening of the ditch. The
A.Y. Covington, county; health vices. mas shopping days. Smith was appointed scviral l gas where he received.l his pre Commission has legal authority;
Protherls was asked to wait Each the will ride 4-8 hours
of Auxiliary
member
Arlln Mc-
officer and Mrs. weeks ago to fill the unoxplred sent sentence Tin Mannings. to acquire the necessary land
Accounts! now insuredup Knight, county health nurse. outside while the Council discussed per week with a city patrolman mostly at night term of Vernon E. Olin who who had been traced:! to lhi for drainage purposes, he said
to $15,000 by Supt. Casey phoned Commission various aspcts.o.r! the when their jobs permit. The members are donat- resigned upon moving from West Coast with Rills' later but added that condemnationsuits
Federal Deposit Insurance Chairman $huforddur- proposed change. Councilman ing their services to the city. the city. were picked up In Port'and. are expensive. There Is
ing the School Board meeting Bowen took this opportunity to The officials will begin theirnew 'Ore. Troulsn arrratsd: in also the possibility of damage
was
Corp. Formation of the Auxiliary Chief Fuqua is
Tuesday and said Shuford had call an official! of RS&H to determine says,
.., .. .. ........ terms with the first Court North Carolina two days after
11II6- ,_ no objection to the move. if they -woull continue an accomplishment he has long advocated. cil meeting In January. the trial. (Continued on Page C)







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Movies"Support Escaped Prisoner fred Graudon Chamber NewsThe Chapter Farmer They are David Stnlnnker.

Caught In Swamp Degrees AwardedTol7InFFA Dale Clemons, Bmre Scott.
Honor Roll Held Doug Sullivan. Bill Al\voo< .
Services
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Your Local Sherriff". Near Lake Butler Bubba Bennett Fnrelon Mc-
Cherokee Production's hilarious ability of our Chamber Clellan. Kelly Parsytli.! Jerry
f At Bradford High School 81 12th Graders With B Averages story of a gold rush wes Bloodhounds ran an escaped Here FridayFred of Commerce to serve all the Chapter Lee, GerAld Rosier, Jimmy'
students made the Honor Roll Starke Carolyn Brown, tern town with all its attendant Ralford State 'Prison Inmate citizens of Bradford County is Seventeen Senior Strickland. Larry Brooks Joy:
for the 1st six weeks ending Randy Chlsm, Jimmy' Crosby, vices is set for the Florida out of a swamI! near Lake W. Grau on,, 63. main- limited only by the support it Bradford: High! FFA members :Bennett Mike Bryan and Ken- I
degree
Theagre Friday and Saturday. last Saturday receives from the people it have been awarded the
Oct. 13. 1969. !with six making Pat Edwards Karen Cissy, Butler tenance engineer for the Bradford neth Wilnwrlght,
straight A'a.Straight David Kirkland Phyllis Lyons Starring In the film is James Jack Florence 31, of Lake County Hosrpltil.' died!. at serves. 'I 1
Garner as Sheriff Joan Hack- himself up to officers This week your Chamber hasdnstltut.ed -
A's Claudette Peterson, and< DavidSra'V'ag'e. County cave his home here Tuesday:! morn.
ett and Walter Brennan. about three 'hours after Its annual drive for
ling after a sudden illness.
12th grade: Also scheduled for Friday A pursuit Each member $100XMAS
escape. new members.
Starke Mike Fogg. Hampton-Paul Lott :his 12:30: pm. Mr. Graudon was born in
11th grade: : Brooker-Kathy Bristol. and Saturday is "Young BillYoung" party,headed by Capt.Kenneth Dolsrertlle, N. Y. on Dec. 14, :has been asked to contact their
based on a Will Henry waited near! the swamps friends and associates who .
,
Starke Rebecca: McMillan.10th Lawtey Ophellai Bright, Johns 1905 and had lived in Starke
novel, stars Robert Mitehum the 'be members and SPECIALINTEREST
grade: Shirley (Fayson, and' Sammie : the dogs flushed prisoner for the part 17 years. He wasa may not now
and Angle Dickenson, and co-
in
to enlist their memberships;
out.A of the
Methodist, member
Starke Joan Hinson. Becky Johnson. a
stars' Robert Walker and.David trusty, serving a the Chamber of Commerce.
Negro
Jackson and Ralph Yaggi. MelroseJames McGoIlie. Carradine. Starke Rotary Club and had
Hampton-10th grade Bon- Lake Butler- Joannie White- Both movies are suggested for sentence for attempted rob- served in the U. S. Navy. Membership is open to any Individual -
Is reported to firm, corporation or
Florence
Trisler. General Audiences."Last bery, Surviving are his wife Vera]
Grade 12 A-B head.11th Graders A-B Summer" which plays :have fled from the prison hot Graudon; three daughters association. Io
Starke-Joyce Allen, Bill Bu* Starke: Gloria Crews, Len (arm, '1& aminlmunnsecurtty Bonnie Lou. Mary Ann, and FOR $3
by Teresa Clem. Stan Gay Register Kelly Richards, and area. Janette, land one 80n Fredsr- Each of us as good citizens
Lucille Kaufiman, Donna Roxie Rodlque. Young. ick, all of Starke; four sisters, are interested in serving curt
Lamb, Vickie Putnam Doris Raiford: Peggy Clayton' Lawtey Ehlela- Norman Mrs. Peggy Land, and Mrs. community in developing our
Ann Spengler, and, Ronald 11th Grades,: B 10th graders B Average at the Florida Sunday Mondayand Edith Rank, both of New York; local economy and In making Money For All
Strong. Starke: Cindy clem, and Bob Cheryl Baldree. Sharlene Tuesday, Is a powerful and Mrs. Helen Atwater, Washington our county a better place in Your Christmas
BrookerJoe Green. Edwards. D. C., ana:! Mrs. Dorothy which to live. What ibattsr: way
Ellington, Nancy, Crewws Sele- riveting story about a girl and
Griffin. Voorhees, of Jupiter; five to ode) this than becoming a. Needs
LawteyTeressa Kelly. Hampton Phyllis eta Hall Doris Overstreet two boys who spend the long .
Ralford Tanya Watts. 10th Graders A-B Arbutus Pearsall Linda! Powell summer vacation playing on brothers, August Henry, and member of the Chamber of I
Hampton JoAnn Salters, Starke Jimmy Andrews and Joseph Scanlon. the beaches of an American Raymond Oraudon all of New Commerce Team? It is team .
Linda Stone, and::Elaine Young Beverly Crowell. Herby Green, Lawtey Roger Eunice. resort island. The movie has York, and George and William work that promotes organized
:blood. Janice Parsons, and Judy Lake Butler -Donna NorriS. an R rating, restricted. Graudon both, c.f Starke. .action, and the individual:! by Make Town Finance Your
9th Grade A-B Double feature at the 301 Drive Funeral services were held( at (working through an effective For Ready Cash
Starke Steve Futch, Mike In, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 2 p.m. Thursday In the First organization! especially voluntary Headquarters
Hatcher Karen will be "The Good, The Bad United Methodist Church with ones like ours-can realize -
CERAMIC QUARRY VINYL GiSSy Hutchins Gayle, Levy Lennon and and The Ugly" starring Clint Rev. DaWltt T. Farabee offici! not only their goals but LOANS UP TO $600
%> ,,f Reddish. Eastwood and co-starring Lee ating. Interment was In Crosby the objectives of the community
: Greg
Daryl Hllltard. Van Cleef; and "Hang 'EmHigh" Lake Cemetery with DeWitt C. they serve. TOWN FINANCE CO.
Lawtey
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Christmas Program ,I I Elected officers are: president !-

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entitled "Chrismon" was Mrs. Faye King of Highway 16:
presented by Mrs. Charles Sawyer reporter Mrs Shirley Martin
Tuesday morning .at the rerular cf Starke.
monthly meeting of theWomen's
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Society of Christian !
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Service, held In the Frist United "" appointed: By-liws. chairman .
i .ti +b" Methodist Church sanctu- Mrs Shirley Bat ton: social -
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iI March Of Dimes Fashion Show. chairman Mrs. Dean Ter

I i ary.The name Chrismon is derived To Be Held Here December 1 11 1. rell; styles, chaiiman. Miss
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3 rr"Y from two words-Christmas : pnit'cl-
:' xly and Monogram monogramof women and children being pating membsrsMrs.: Judy
Christ. Mrs. Linda Kay Johns shown by Slump's, Leila's, and Carlton, Miss Aneth Chancy
(right), a March D'mes: volunteer
v The Chrlsmons mae!! by Mrs. of Eagle DeVane's. :Mrs. Carolyn! Mann Mrs. Lolet-
var Sawyer and her committee were worker, is shown receiving "Donations from, all functionsof ta :Morgan, :Miss Roberta Robertson -
placed on the !live evergreen the first March of Dimes the BradfordUnion County Miss! Pnulclta Arnold
:tree, which symbolizes eternal Fashion Show ticket from Mrs. Chapter, and the IndlvlJjal:! and Miss Loraine Alvarez
life and: which was placed in Bonnie Faye Thomas Becomes Bride Robert D. Burch. Chapter and:! the individual I and
Mrs. Tom Slade Jr., will narrate ,- bus'ness solicitations! will go
'the sanctuary.
Each Chrismon, made of gold Of Mr. Padgett In Pine Level Church'Miss the Fashion Show to beheld defects," Rev. Robert D. Burch, obtained from members of the
: Thursday Dec. 11, at 8pm. campaign chairman said tow Junior Woman's Club, participating -
end white, representing majesty Bonnie Faye Thomas, groom Is employed at Food .
and purity, I'epectlvely.Vas! daughter of Mr. and Mrs Rus- Fair. in the Starke: Woman's day.Fashion store':) or Mrs Burch
explained with the story of sell Thomas of Starke, becamethe Club with fashions for men, Show tickets. may be Admission Is $1.

(what it symbolized. bride of Vernon Crate Pad-

Those assisting Mrs. Sawyer gett, son of Mrs. Harold
,yrA 1nt4 7 on the program and In making Starling and Vernle Padgett of SENSATIONAL YOUR CHOICE
'the Chrlsmons were: Mrs. Hen. Lawtey on November 7 at 8

r ry Godwin, Mrs. Jack McComb, p.m. In the Pine Level Baptist .
Mrs. DeWitt Farabee, Mrs. Eaton Church. Rev. Don Honaker FAMOUS BRAND APPLIANCESALE
Jordan, Mrs. T. H. Slade, performed the candle-light,

Madron Vera Duck Charles W. Major Mrs. Ernest Patz, Mrs. George double ring ceremony.Canova
Mrs. L.A. organist
Roberts Jr., Mrs. Doyle Crews
Exchange Vows In Lawtey ceremony and Mrs. J. E. Denmark. and Gerald Williams, soloist I
brother-in-law of the bride,
The program( was concluded !
presented nuptial music.
'With all those present participating
Miss Matron Vera Duck, ers.Linda Richard Wimpy was boatman,
Gale Sandra Kay in decorating, the 'tree
and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and the ushers were Gerald DEPARTMENT STORES
Thomas V. Duck Jr., of Law- Nolan served as flower girls with the remaining Chrismons. Williams Jr. of Starke, nephewof
''ley, and Charles WUliam Ma. and Douglas Jones was ring Preceding the program Mrs. the bride, and Timmy Wil-
PLAZA
jor, son of Mr. and Mrs W. E. bearer. Sawyer ,presented Mrs. Jack kerson of Lawtey. STARKE
:Major\ of Miami, were unitedIn The bride, given In marriageby Eaves with a presiding presi- Miss Jane Smith of Starke
: marriage Saturday Nov. 1, her father, wore a long dent's pin, which will be passed was maid of honor, and at-
at 3 p.m. in the Grace United chiffon gown over taffeta decorated on to each succeeding presi tendants were Elizabeth and

Methodist Church, Lawtey, with hantilly lace .featuring dent. Nancy Thomas, sisters of the
with Rev. Don Denton perform \ a scalloped neckline and During the business meeting bride. The attendants were Tt
ing the ceremony. wrist length sleeves. A beaded held prior 'to the progrpm a d gowned alike in floor length

Decorating the altar were headpiece !secured her fingertip conducted by Mrs. Eave, bridal satin gowns with empire fc 9 i Values
!baskets of pink ani: iwhits glad. veil of illusion she carrieda members voted to ave!' $100 to waistlines. They wore matching 1 I
don, mums and pompoms nosegay of Forever.Youra The organ: fu:rd, the money to bows in their hair and carried
against a background of fern. red roses and white pompoms 'be taken from the project; fund: '. nosegays of yellow and white ,
trees, golden tree candelabra centered with an orchid.A Mrs. H. H. Adams, chairmanof mums and pompoms. _
and golden arch reception was held In the local church activities! invited Brenda Wilkinson, niece of f. PROCTOR SILEX TOAST,
with burning tapers.candelabra church receratlon hall. StandIng members and: guests into the groom, was flower girl, r BW HI FRY, cooker COOKER fryer.FRYER In. ER.Automatic 2.slice
i qt toaster Selectronic color
Nuptial music was provided In the receiving line were the Fellowship Hall for refreshments and Lonnie Davis Jr. of Co- eludes deep fry basket control browns toast
by Mrs. Mae Wells and Don the bride and groom, their following the pro- coa, nephew of the bride, was and heat proof cover as you desire.,
parents, ,and bridal attendants.Mrs. gram. ring bearer.
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Given in marriage by her I 1 RIVAL ELECTRIC CAN WEST BEND 9.CUP PERK-
Linda Cubbedge kept the The refreshment table was
:Mr. Major attended his son 'r OPENER Opens all size Brews perfect coffee
'AS best man. Ushers J. bride's book. covered with a green net cloth father, the bride selected an PRICES GOOD cans, magnetic lift holds everytime & automatically -
were D.
Major, H. V. Duck, P. Landers The bride's table was centered trimmed in satin ribbon and A-line gown of bridal peau and 4 DAYS ONLY lids & has handy cord keeps it warm for
d'ange lace fashioned witha storage
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D. E Nolan, and J. with a wed Jin? cake and placed over a green felt ,base TIIURS. FKL SUN. '
Dampier. bateau neckline and SATs
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held an arrangement of white trimmed in sequins and white
:Miss Phyllis. Meng attendedas carnations. sleeves that tapered to petal MIXER Portable, lightweight with rea',I
and pink polnaettias. Centering the table ,
maid! w- -xl pompoms points over the hands. The gown thumb position control & beater 1
attendar ,y :Mrs. iSherrlell Duck cut the was a beautiful Christmas arrangement and the train were appllqued ejector, __ __
Duel, Miss uuciy Joyce Miss (bride's cake. Assisting In serv holding a large with lace. The train fell soft-
Kay Smith, and Miss ingwere Miss Kathy Scott lighted green candle.
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McKenzie: Junior bridesmaids Miss Denese Knight, Miss Pam The punch bowljslaced at one length and was accentuated by ___w ELECTRIC
,was Judy Major. The attendants rye and Miss Debbie Scott. end of the table was presidedover bridal loops. Her ornamentswere
were all gowned alike In After a wedding trip to :Miami by Mrs. Eaves. Balancingthe a white diamond, heart CHORD ORGAN ENSEMBLE I
the couple will reside):! at centerpiece at the other
red TVS pois de sols floor' shaped necklace, and white dia- ,.
lengl'i gowns featuring en empire 404 N. Cherry Street. end was a saver! tray holding mond earrings. She carried a ....:I:.,

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roses and white pompoms School in 1966 and Is employed; District Finance committee Sunday school annex where bas- $3 788 knowing a note. So easy ,,-- 'H" "
with pink! satin stream at Florida State Prison. of the WSCS two of Mrs. J. kets of white and yellow mums, a child can play the Magnus wy. t" ':J'
Electric Organ. Has 12 chord
R. Walnwrlght's Bible Study gladioli and pompoms were used It
in buttons & 37 treble keys The .-
members decorating. .
group: of the Wesleyan -
Service Guild: ; the Rev. De- Joyce Williams greeted ensemble comes complete "
with
3
Witt Farab e, Mrs. Nedham:!' guests at the door. Miss music books & bench

Hurst of Indianapolis, Ind.. Elissa Padgett of Lawtey, sis- \
1 '(Mrs. Ira Corn of Lakeland, ter of the groom, kept the hUNS-lADIES 18.2

Mrs. George Roberts of the bride's book. \ Wke
The bride's table was covered JEWEL
Lawtey Methodist Church, and ,
PROFESSIONAL
f Mrs. Lola Johnson of Starke. with a satin cloth and centered ELGIN.HEL8R0S.GRUEN
.vt441 with a three-tiered wedding

cake topped with a bride and .y 39.95: s 988 HAIRDRYER
groom and decroated with tur- t. i
Garden Club quoise florets. Mrs. Barbara old watch re '2495 '
To Collect Items Davis of Cocoa, sister of the a' + Don Vour new one st this Value $1 9 47
bride, cut the cake, and Miss paired. bUVa, famous name
J'Mir For OverseasThe Judy Padgett of Gainesville, %, fabulous price feature cal' It'. portable
sister of the groom, assisted. brandS,, $u me Gold Cases, Io! profe ssonal, 'hair but..1ves, aendars
1411
Yp Starke Garden Club mat The punch table was covered Gf time, 4 Comfort every
; Monday night at the home of with a white linen cloth and diamond trims Hood cool: roar es, medum 80 aetlinge& hot.! ;
Mrs. H. B. Hamilton on Cherry the punch bowl was encircled 10"".,
Street Plans were mare for the with a garland of fern. Atone
club's entry in the Chamberof end of the table was the bride's
Commerce Christmas Par- bouquet. REALtONE I
After a wedding trip to Ocala COtORPAROID,
Marilyn Roberts Weds Mr. Vallenga ade.The club will participate in the couple will reside at 310 PoFMRADIO\

In First Presbyterian Church the Florida Federation of Garden for W. Call Street. The bride chose '29,95 $2A 1/ + \
traveling
a turquoise and
Clubs' World Value
gardening
white checked two piece suit 4 88 88 I
projects: >by collecting frames l\\
Mrs. Marilyn Roberts and pink gladioli and chrysanthemums with black accessories, com- Big $ 1 7
Philip Vellenga, both of Siarke, flanked by white tapers lens, and carrying cases cf discarded plemented with an orchid cor- 3Ji"JC 4Js" : f $1995 I Iprins
were united! in marriage Fil- In branched candelabra.The glasses to( i>3 used in sage. black In a minute Color fs / Value ,

day night at 7 p,m. in the bride was ,attired In a India, and: U. S. commemorative The bride and groom are both onds g l\I ile In or V portabl radIo
EI
First" Presbyterian Church 'pink stamps for collectors laths eCf"ce ee. L1andsome or
with crepe street length dress graduates of Bradford High / VII. batteries
l,ev. n. P. Burch perIOl'mlnsthp' with long sleeves' and V neck-' Far East. Members will School. The bride is employedat rare/ash attaCh lI1ens bUi/i/$. ele ctricn Solid.state
bring them to the Christmas Ioec"1 !
nuptials.Mrs. line. She carried a cascade Dr. Harry Gruen's officeas
Roberts Is the daughter:: bouquet of pink sweetheart, party on December 13. dental assistant and the troubleiree Uatures, .
cf Mrs. K. R. Carlton of Stark, roses and carnations with loner Mrs. R. F. Young, hortIcul-
rw Mr Vr'lsnga Is the !!on of white satin streamers. ture chairman, led a discussion Students Attend
..'r and Mrs. William Vellengaof Following a short wedding: on when, why, and how
St. Petersburg 'trip to Jeykl Inland the couple to repot house plants. Club Beauty Seminar WESTCLOX

Attending the couple were will resid! at KIngrley Lake. members are getting! their 124 SOLID
Mrs. Birch anj' : Richard! Jewellof : Mrs. Vellenga Is social !Stu- plants In top shape for entry Studcr.i! from ths Bradford- I KODAK STATEINSTAMATIC
Gainesville. dies teacher at Bradford: :: Mid- In the State flower show to ,be Union area Vo-Tch: School of \ SEt-- -
held in Gainesville March 20- C2motology;: attended the Bsn- CLOCK
Decorating the altar was a dle School, where Mr. Vellengais ;: RADIO
pedestal basket of whit and assistant principal. 21.After 'lat Seminar, sponsored:! by tha >+
the ,business meeting Michael Lewis Beauty Supply
ffiC"
Woman's Club Mrs. Hamilton showed numer- Co. of Jacksonville, en Sunday: $22.95 J1\ 588 r $12.95 Value $ Q88
Whitehead-Tyler ous Christmas dsconatlons to at the Thunclcl'!>oat Motel Value I ., J

Engagement ToldMr. Christmas TeaThe be made for the home, Ihs' Guest al List! Doris: Paul of S lacklo! white L.---_._,_._-J II Features
most unique one being a lad ,Toronto Canada, formerly of c Tekesclear"riots. Kit in' ... ... meat West/o./ 1I10ve.

and Mrs. J. B, Whtehad*! Staike Woman's Club fes'shoe covered with crushed Scotland. presented many new S. color flashcube. ire Solid/ for es..
announce the marriage of their will have its annual Christmastea eggshell, gIlded and fUlsd! with and exciting; hair designs!< Miss c'l.Idescmc'I:: r film / "depmdabillty" wakes Built !in

daughter, Elnine Bonnie. 1.1) on Wednesday' Dec. 10, at Christmas greenery. The hostess Paul's! new technique for styling battery morning with Y?" each
Gregory J, Tyler son of Mr. 3:30: pm in ''the club house. served refreshments in long hair brought applause mUsIc.PANASONI' .
and:! :Mrs.: Julian Tyler of Doth- Hostesses for the afternoonwill keeping with the Thanksgiving from those prrticlpating! In the
an, Ala. The wedding took be: Miss Martha Sue Mc- theme. day's activities.

place in Donaldsonvllte, Ga. on Cain, Mrs C. R, Schmitt, Mrs. Attending from the Center GE
Nov. 22. H M. Hatcher, Jr.. Mrs. S. L. District WSCS were' Misses Betty flees! Barbara ELECtRIC TV
The former Miss Whltheart Peek Sr., 'Mrs. H, C. Rltch, : Cclemon, Pauletta Arnold, 19"
was a graduate of BHS and Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs o. L.Bensley Has Luncheon HereThe Anita Chnncey and the Instructor HAIRCURLER ,95 ValueM09
North Florida Junior College at Mrs. J, W. Kincaid Mrs One HU.chlns.PREVATTGUTSIIALL\ A $129
Madison and ij employed: with Mrs. P. 0. Felo'!. Mrs. C. A. Gainesville District Finance 2995 Value *t 19 91 88 LAYAWAY I
the Florida Division of Adult Knight, Mrs. J, F. Mitchell, Commutes of the Wo .ate
Corrections! In Tnl; \hn.see.!! Mr. E. L, Matthews, Mrs. Fos. men's Society of Christian Service NOW! a I
Mr. Tyler Is a gradual of ter Shi Smith, Mrs. F. W. of the United Methodist The marriage of Wanda Pre- All 18 Curler fW feel re e ;, :
Dothan High School and North Strickland. Mrs W. W. Hood. Church met Tuesday:! morning vatt to Allen Gutshall will take wh ore time & .a heat at ike ;Z sivenew', S et that" For...
Florida: Junior College and Is Mrs. I, T. Jones and Mrs. Charley in Fellowship Hall. place Saturday, Dec. 6 at 7 en they lire signal' ligh' tells get" knob beet r.C.ptlOn ___.
attending Troy State College at E. Johns. During the meeting the budget p.m. in the Advent Christian'Church Or mate ''Otions read, y, fIIo water \ .. Puree seibleS' : ':lid.t,t0 t5' --
in
TrOY Ala. was planned for the newyear. Dowling Park. / eueutrY.tnta A t.n
All friends and UHF & VHf
The couple will reside in ST. MARK'S WOMENTO 'are invited relatives nee,
to
/Tallahassee MEET MONDAY Plans were also made' for attend.

The Women cf St Mark's helping a local scholarship girl
Mr and Mr. L.C. Illnson Episcopal Church will meet 'With her college fund.' John P. Simpson Jr., of SHOP CARP'S SUNDAY AFTERNOOH
of Orlando were Tuesday visitors Monday:! night at 7:30: at the Following the meeting a Washington, D.C., spent the
of Mr and Mrs 1-"W, home of Mrs James Black- luncheon was enjoyed at Holiday Thanksgiving weekend with his

Strickland. shear on Klngsley Lake. Inn. father, John SlmpsonlnStarke. ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!

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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Graddf( Mrs. Loyree LaNier and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin Duplicate Bridge
Beta Phi
CP; i of Do than, Ala. were visitingMr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips of Cocoa and daughter Cheryl, of Avon Sigma

;;;;:=J Mr.. and and Mrs.Mrs.J.T.N.R.Lawson Crawfordover and Mexico.spent the past two weeks in day Park with spent their Thursday mothers to, Mrs.Sun- Club ResultsThe Meets In KeystoneBeta

weekend.Mr. Starke
the long Hobble Shaller and Mrs. Eve Duplicate Bridge Sigma Phi sorority! met

I I ,..,... Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Myrickof Baldwin.Mr. Club had four tablss in play at the home of Mrs Carl Johnson ,
i: Mf. and Mrs. Dennis Williams and Mrs. W.B. Thompson Orlando were Thanksgiving ait the Pratt Street! Recreation!' Jn KeY 'Lone Heights on

: and children of Largo Jr. and son, Tim, and daugh- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Gene Shaw and Center Tuesday nlht. A one- Nov. 24. with Mrs. Grady Over-
spent Wednesday to Sunday with ter Jan spent Wednesday to Robert Myrick. daughter, Gina, visited Mr. and winner type: Howell movementwas street 03 co-hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Graham. Friday In Pensacola visiting Mrs. John Kopelousos and family used: and: the results were: Mrs. Bobby Biggs. local florist
Ensign and Mrs. Don Thompson. Mrs. Mitchell Evans and children in Birmingham Ala. over 1. Judson Clements and Cur gave a program on flower
Miss Madge Middleton is The Don Thompsons returned Clarice and Robert, visited the long weekend. tis Sanders 21 pts. arranging for the Christmas
spending a week in Lakeland r)ks to Starke with the W.B. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Den- I 12. Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. and holidays. Names were drawn.
with Mrs. Marguerite Corn. Thompsons for the weekend. nis and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mrs. Eve Baldwin returned John Mu'sollne.! and :Mr. and for door prizes and those winning -
Saturday from ten days visit Mrs. Clyde B.
Evans in Chauncey Ga. over Terwlllegar Jr. were Mis. Arthur Patray.
Mrs. J.F Bloodworth under- with Mr. and Mrs. WilliamG. tied for second!
the weekend and attended the : place. 20'i pts. Mrs Carl Johnson 'and Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawsor. went leg surgery last FridayIn wedding of a cousin in Abbey- Godwin and family in Cha- 3. Mrs. .I, W. Ritch and Mrs. W. Slade.
and family were in Pine harbor the Gainesville Medical Cen- ville, Ga. on Friday night. grin Falls, Ohio. Harry Mooty 19 pt3. After the meeting refreshments :
Ga. Wednesday and Thursday 'ere Ths Duplicate: Bridge Cfub
served' by the hostess
last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moxleyand Little Gina Shaw daughter will not meet next Tuesday, were
S.L. Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ritch family were in Louisville, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw Dec. 9, but on Tuesday Dec ;*.
The annual Christmas Social
of Beach and Mr. and celebrated her first birthday
Boynton Ga. tho 16 there will be
over long weekend visiting a club championship
Nov. 23, at a family will be held Monday: D>ec. 8. at
Mrs. Tyler Jones spent the Mrs. Jimmy Beeler and son their parents. !Mrs. Er- Sunday tournament. All bridge
weekend In Aiken of Orange Park were Thanks- get-together. 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
S.C. with ma Netherland and Mrs. Ben players are invited to par tict-
Robert Barksdale. Gifts will be
her son-in-law and giving guests of their mother :
daughter f Moxley Sr. pate: Lesson-rsviaw! sessions
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Godfrey. { gt ,1'r Mrs. Grace Ritch. start' at 7 exchanged and a "Christmas
.I Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren p.m. and duplicate! Treats" auction will be held.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathewswere have had as guests, Mrs. Leon play starts at 7:45: p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey .
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams in Folkston, Ga. over the
of Talla- .
and
have received word that their and family spent Thanksgivingday long weekend visiting Mr. and Gray daughters Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell
SP/4 John A. with Mr. and Mrs. Robert! Mrs. Virgil Mathews hassee over the weekend, and had as guests Mrs.
son Williams and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Guthrieof Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson Mildred
was named "soldier of the Godber In Orlando. and !Mrs. Lowell Mathews. Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. and daugher spent Thanksgivingwith Mack and son, Tom, of Lake

month" in Vietnam in Octoberand Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal spent Cljde Piercy of Sanford on Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smith City last Friday,and Mrs. Pearl
1 Mrs. rank Weaver of Wil-
was awarded a three day and Caldwell of Battle Creek
the long weekend touring in. Thansgivlng. Mrs. James Smith in Willis ,Mich.
R and R and a $25 savings bond. North Carolina. liston was a weekend guest of ton. and Mrs. Eursula Goodman of
Mrs. R.O. Dansby and bro- Mr. and Mrs.V:'f. Jackson Sr. Tampa over the weekend.

ther, Roy J. Andrews, and son, ''
Mike of Jacksonville spent the l
long weekend with their mother it
SHOECARTS'SUNDAY AFfERNOON
Mrs. W.M. Andrews in 1 4
Ozark, Ala. ?

Mr. and Mrs. F.W.Stricklandand ANNUAL CHRISTMAS

family spent the weekend / 1i t4'
with Mr. and Mrs. N.P. Ric- PRICES GOOD x,141", >.
cardi In. Miami and attendedthe 4 DAYS ONLY

game.Florida-Miami football A 1 1 Div} j TIIURS., Fill., SAT., SUN,,

t'

Micky Agner of Samford Uni- A I1 14a J 0

versity, :Birmingham, Ala. was I 1'I
Women of the First Church
home for the weekend. United Methodist
decorate a Chrismon tree which has been placed in

Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- the sanctuary tf the church. It is to be an annual

gomery and family attended a event. (See story on \VSCS Christmas program on
family reunion at their farmon Page 4.)
the Suwannee River over
the weekend. Frank Williams had as guestsat LITTLE WOMEN'S: CLUB
his home on Crystal Lake

Mrs. W.R. Brannen of Missoula last Thursday and Friday Mr. The Little Women's Club will
Mont and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mack Williams, and have their annual Christmas
W.B. Boyd and sons of St. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwinand party Monday night at their
Petersburg were Thanksgiving family of Starke, Richard regular meeting at 8pm.Members -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Williams of U. of 1"., Mr. and are asked to d.-ess casual. SPECIAL PURCHASE !
Nollman. Mrs. Bob Williams and daughter -

Mrs. Larry Johnson and children of Gainesville, and Bennie -

of Live Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Savannah, Ga. Jft&w&tce. ? MENS
Charles Odom and son of Santa :
Mrs. N.K. Hurst Indianapolis
Fe, and John Odom in of Gainesville of -
Ind. was visiting Mrs.
were Thanksgiving guestsof
W.S. Slade from u TURTLENECKSOriginally
Wednesday to
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8075
Tuesday.Mr. .
J.D. Odom Jr. Bradford County Hospital announces SPORT '

and Mrs. M.H. Sheppardof the following, births: -. t (
Mrs. Katie Hazen of Lake-
land and Mrs. Jettye Hazen Brunswick Ga. were last Mr. and Mrs Paul Michael: SHIRTS Up To $4.991st

of Gainesville were Sunday vls- Friday and Saturday visitorsof Lawson starke a son, David 4
Mrs. Kate Nov. 25. lw
Sheppard. Allen. $
,.Itors of Mrs. A.E. McKlnney 1Reg' 1st quality long sleeve knit
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Robert
:
and Mr. and Mrs. L.O. Hazen. t shirts with popular turtle neck
Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith 'of Thomas Rn'ford.! a son, Mark 51,99 t i -. styling Available in assorted
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Underill Eldorado, I Kas. were visiting Shepard Nov. 29. long t i' styles fabrics & colors. Makes
and family of Indlatlantic and their aunt, Miss Amy Coburn, Mr. and! Mrs. James Ray t.aut a perfect Christmas gift for all
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Walker and last week. Miss Coburn was admitted mond Norman, Lawtey: twin lon down cull"it; ,'1Polypcotton the men on your list. Sizes S-XL.
I ,family of Fort Lauderdale spent to the Starke Nursing sons Kenneth Raymond and essort.d plaids d
I the long weekend with their parents Home on Saturday.Mr. Kevin Eugene. sands, 6 16.
and Mrs. Foster Shi
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
1 Moncrlef. Smith had as Thanksgiving
guests Mr. and Mrs. Carl Attending the wedding of Sen.
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harri- Wright and son of Gainesville, Tom Slade and Miss Corliss I --
son Sr. spent Thursday to Sun- Mr. and Mrs. John DiSalvoand Mullins in Fort Pierce Satur- ---, ,
day with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison son of Indiatlantlc, and day night were Mr. and Mrs.
Jr. and family In Fort Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shimerof Tit Slade. Mr. and Mrs. R.V. 9 MENS SHOES
Lauderdale and attended the St. Augustine.Mrs. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles

Turkey Bowl game Saturdaynight. Charles Parker and Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. George
family of Cocoa and Mr. and Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Gus- 53.99 $2\\ '
Mrs. Gus Hurlbert of Jacksonville Kopelousos, Mrs. Clyde Sin- Value Values to $600
;, Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och- were weekend guests of clair Miss Evelyn Sinclair, Trim $12.99 1
lochnee, Ga. visited her mo- Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Wells and Mrs. N.K. Hurst of Indiana- last
ther, Mrs. F. F. Stump, over family.Mr. polis, Ind., and Mr. and :Mrs. }
the weekend. W.W. Hood. a atYtes polyScott"' Fantastic sale on Mens Slip-on 81.Oxfords. This

and Mrs. Brad Locke press B.1s Rao d Slnt special group has long wearing soles &. heels
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilleyof and family of Tampa spent the Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Beck- Leather uppers assorted styles & colors Not
Jacksonville joined a family weekend with :Mrs Shellle ett of Emory University all sizes in all styles!
gathering with Mrs. THIey'sparents Atlanta, Ga., were visiting her
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Gerle. parents Mr. and Mrs. L.K.
Jackson on Thanksgiving Whitehead, over the long week
day. Mr. and :Mrs. Bob Griffinand LADIES t
son, Jeff, of San Jose, end.
Miss Cindy Sink of Career Calif. are residing temporarily Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Ter- Ladies Nylon
Academy, Atlanta, and Mrs. with :Mr. Griffin's brother- wlllegar Jr. spent the week-
Gladys Feemster of Talla- in-law and sister, Mr.and Mrs. end in Sanford where they DRESSESJUNIOR 1a
hassee spent the weekend with C.S. Haddock attended the wedding of Miss STRETCH
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink. Linda Leffler Perkins to Robert JR. PETITES

Mr. and Mrs. N.T. Hayesof Aulden I.ernens at the HALF SIZES l I' '
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis Brooker visited Mr. and Episcopal Church Saturday TOPS
and family of St. Petersburg Mrs. E.W. Hayes on Sunday. night. Originally to $10.99 1/ *
and Mrs. J.C. Vlnlng and daughter -
of Palatka were Sunday Mrs. Addle Wheeler of Orlando Mr and Mrs. O.S. Dixon and
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L.D. and Mrs. Corlne Purvisof Mr. and Mrs. lien Dixon and LADIES SHOES
Vinlng. Gainesville were weekend family of Nashville, Tenn. were it
visiting Mi-, and Mrs. Don Bag- tor
ofIr.: and Mrs. W.F. 4
guests o
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson spent Herlong. The Herlongs also had well and family last week. } Values to $5.99

the long weekend with Mr. and as Thanksgiving guests :Mr. and Mr. and! Mrs. Dan Harley 4ti 100% Nylon Stretch Knit i
Mrs. Edward Schwab at Merritt Mrs. F.\'. Ilerlong and son, and son, Tommy, and Miss Tops in Pastels & Dark. \ '
Island. and Miss Pam :Merritt, and Mr. Dorothy Alvarez spent the long itt' Color back W.ishable.long sle.ves.nockaturtleueck6tyles zip. $2
per SALE
and Mrs. :Mark Herlong and son weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ,
Mrs. Roy Ward and daughter of Jacksonville. Hesltder in Newport, Va. S.M.L.
Jane of Lake City were Thanksgiving -
guests of Mrs. Ward's :Melanie and Kathy Green of SIr and Mrs. Keith Gilling- Terrific sale of special
mother Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr. Gainesville spent the weekend ham and family of Tampa were truv: ; i t Nylon 2-Way f / 1 group of heels
with their grandparents, !Mr. visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale '% r-- &. flats in many
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevattand and Mrs. Lex Green. over the, weekend. The newest fall dresses i : :rA /' styles. Leather up-
daughter of Orlando spent in the newest fabrics STRETCHYPANTS r pers& long wearing

Thanksgiving with Mrs. Ed Pre- Boyd Clark of T>'ndal AI-B. :Mrs. W.B. Mundy returned styles & colors. soles. Assorted '
vatt. Panama City, was a guest of Tuesday from three weeks visit Choose from the latest 1. / colors. Not all ti
Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin from with Rev and Mrs. T.A. fashions sizes in all styles.
Tom Moore of the Norfolk Thursday to Saturday.Dr. Steele and family in Carrolton,
Naval Base and Miss Judlne I
Barber of Norfolk, Va. spent and Mrs. Harry Gruen French in Dayton, Ohio. PANTYHOSE S :. :: FANCY BATH
Friday to Sunday with Mrs. and daughter were in Miami $ 4'T '
Martha Moore. over the long weekend visit- Mr. and :Mrs. T.E. Herndon PANTIES. -:
\
ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Valdusta, Ga. and Mr. and Aar. d TOWELS
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk visited Aaron Kandel and Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. R.M. Herndon and family Our flag.;$1.29Pinty'n Our Reg. 3 for $1.25 ; 83.99'M
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis Max Gruen. They also attended of Gainesville were weekend $
and Mrs. Lulu Thrift in St. guests of Mrs. Pearl Edwards. y .
.the Florida-Miami game. No Zipper No S.irrup.No ":' 22X44
George, Ga. on Sunday 3 for $1 Bullo" Just pull them. iH' ..... 1
'I .0; 4
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr. r on il? Elasticized Waist-. :"' ... .. "'": "q:. -
blind perfect fit ,,'.. ,.'
and children and :Mrs. Charles and :Mrs W.H. Holland were gives J /
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour Darby were in Norfolk Va. in Louisville, Ga. over the Non-run c ta<. tricot ion 100%colors Nylon 10 in New 18 fdsh- S Soft. fluffy &. absorbent
spent Thanksgiving day atJekyl Wednesday to Sunday visiting weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. brief' slim)! 'ullo( I leg. ) r \.r." '{ ..Y+ 100% cotton bath towels.
Island. on..ssmnntlaa" wesltsbl.tfullyutr v Beautiful Floral & Jacquard
James Irwin
Jr.
Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Nobles. mh in sorted V.--... White & ) t Prints. .
color' *. S-Avg-T. colors. 610
Mrs. Hazel Carlton was In Mrs. R.C. Hallett and :Mrs. Miss Katherine Peek visited CARPS OWN..
Lakeland over the long week- Raymond Lewis of Eastvllle her aunt, Miss Floried Killings-
end visiting her son-in-law and Va. spent several days last worth in Atlanta Ga. over the KNEE GIRLSPARTIES N CHENILLE
daugher, Mr. and Mrs. L.M. weekend.Mr. .
week with Rev and Mrs. R.D. FLANNEL LINED
Goodson. '
Burch. SPREADS
and Mrs. II.C. Edwards SOCKS

Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour attended Mr. and :Mrs. Al Harley and and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dennison Reg. to 79C Our Rev 39C CORDUROY $
a beauty show at the children of :Merritt Island spent of Jacksonville, and Mr. Our Reg,
Hotel Robert Meyer in Jack- Wednesday to Friday with their and Mrs. Joe Strickland of 0- SLACKS 4 $4,29 v : t

sonville on Sunday. parents Mr. and Mrs. Barney cala were Thanksgiving day $1 $1 _
McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Lon- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tully 2 for 3 for { O"eo''Cllrp.'
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. nie Harley. Norman.Dr. finest, bed
Smith Jr. and family of Pax- SALE $1 spreads. Pr. 1.
ton last Wednesday to All nylon knc..'Min shrunk wash.
spent and Mrs. H.G. Bolllng r In
,...
able ft lint! t
Mrs. Gustav Patz of Salem fee crocrnt r
Friday with their parents, Mr. of Starke Miss Bellin { 1 y
Marry c64 "knits *...t.. $ohdplMe.wht.s Boxer slacks for boys or girls, 100% Rayon in r {
and Mrs. Smith Sr. and Mrs. N.J. is visiting her son and ger of FSU and Miss Marilyn colors, I-S% &colon.Sisa2.14. with flannel print lining. Cordu easort.dcolors.11 .
Luclle Davis. Mrs. Davis and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bollinger of Samford University '- roy in assorted colors. Size 2 8. lull size.CottonsRayons .
the junior Smiths had Thanks- E.G. Patz, for six weeks. They Birmingham Ala, spent
giving dinner with Mr.and Mrs. spent Thanksgiving with :Mr. the long weekend with Miss .
H.G. Davis Jr. in Gainesville. and Mrs. Ole Lauritsen in New Martha Bolllnger in Mobile .
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_ Of Interest To. Mp iiF CosmetologyClass OrganizedThe


Cosmetology Class of

'.. : ', I I II the Vocational Technical Center
WOMEN
: f .' ,' held a meeting! on Nov. 23:

f i", '" ; to organize: the class and to
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fl ; form a club with the French

nu.ru tin+.,J Gladys'Mooty!' : Phone 964-7608, Li :';;,;!ti t/-:::/ !,r. I l.I Id name! "Ecole'de Coiffure." I

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f (''I "'j.I""I\i." :\ Elected; officers are: president

Christmas: Program ) L\ : .:: ? ;):' I Miss Barbara: Coleman of
:
.,,<,. ., ",. .. Btnrke; vlce-Il':: :3ident Mr*.
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Enjoyed By I. ....'. ..,". '
.w. : ...!: : Carolyn Massey Lnwtey: secretary -

WSCS Members ( ,. ..... ., .. ...'"... .'\1. Mrs. Shirley Barton: of
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,; ; \" ;\ I II. Keystone Heights: treasurer: ,
,
; '
Impressive Christmas program ." Mrs. Faye King of Highway 10;

entitled: "Chrismon" was reporter Mrs. Shirley Martin

....
Mrs. Charles Saw-
presented by of Starke.

yer Tuesday morning at the regular ,
monthly meeting of the \ill The following committeeswere

rW l lstd' Women's Society of Christian .. _. ."" ,.....' r. appointed: By-I\: \\'s, chair

t Service, held In the Frist Uni- man, Mrs Shirley Barton; social -

I, ted Methodist Church sanctu- r March Of Dimes Fashion Show. chairman Mrs.[ Denn Ter


ary.The name Chrismon is derive r P To Be Held Here December 11 1 1, rell Betty: Dees styles; and, chairman other pal Miss'tcl'! -

i ed from two wordsChristmasand ; women and cniidren being pating members: Mrs. Judy

Monogram monogramof : Mrs. Linda Kay Johns shown by Slump's, Leila's, and Carlton, Miss Arietta: Chancy: ,

Christ. (right), a March of' Dimes: volunteer Eagle DeVnne's. Mrs. Carolyn Minn. Mrs. Loletta -

The Chrlsmona made!! by Mrs. worker is shown receiving "Donations from all functionsof :Morgan Miss Roberta Robertson -

Sawyer and her committee were ,{ y 3ii the first March of Dimes the BradfordUnion County Miss; p.iulclta: Arnold

placed on the live evergreentree Fashion Show ticket from Mrs. Chapter, and the intlivlijal:! and Miss Loraine Alvarez.

: which symbolizes eternal Thomas Becomes Bride Robert D. Burch. Chapter!! and the individual< 1 and

life and: which was placed In Bonnie Faye Mrs. Tom Slade, Jr., will nar- business: solicitations! will! JCD

.!the sanctuary. Of Mr. Padgett In Pine Level Church rate the Fashion Show to b's defects" Rev. Robert. D. Burch, obtained from members of the

Each Chrismon, made of gold held: Thursday. Dec. 11, at 8 campaign chairman, said today Junior Woman's Club, participating !-

and white, representing majesty Miss Bonnie Faye Thomas, groom is employed at Food p.m. in the Starke Woman's stares, or Mrs Burch

t 1 and purity, respectively, 'was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rus- Fair. Club with fashions for men, Fashion Show tickets may be Admission Is $1.

explained with the story of sell Thomas of Starke becamethe

iwhat it symbolized.: bride of Vernon Crate Pad-

Those assisting Mrs. Sawyer gett, son of Mrs. Harold SENSATIONAL YOUR CHOICE
Vernle of |
on the program and in making Starling and Padgett
November 7 at 8
'the Chrlsmons were: Mrs. Henry Lawtey on

a?+ttM.rr Godwin, Mrs. Jack MeCornb. p.m. In the Pine Level Baptist FAMOUS BRAND APPLIANCESALE
Church. Rev. Don Honaker
_..r.w'4 nos Mrs. DeWitt Farabee, Mrs. Es-
the candle-light,
ton Jordan, Mrs. T. H. Slade, performed
double ring ceremony.Mrs. .
Madron Vera Charles W. Mrs. Ernest Patz, Mrs. George
Duck Major L.A. Canova, organist,
Roberts Jr., Mrs. Doyle Crews
and Gerald: Williams, soloist,
Exchange Vows In Lawtey Ceremony end Mrs. J. E. Denmark. brother-in-law of the bride, !

The program was concludedwith : presented nuptial music.
all those present participating -
Miss Matron ers. Richard Wimpy was best man
Vera Duck
daughter of Mr. Linda Gale and Sandra Kay in decorating, the 'tree and the ushers were Gerald
and Mrs.
Thomas V. Nolan served as flower girls with the remaining Chrlsmons. Williams Jr. of Starke, nephewof
Duck
Jr.
of
''tey. and Charles Law- and Douglas Jones was ring Preceding the program, Mrs. the bride, and Timmy Wil- __ STARKE PLAZA
William Major -
bearer. Sawyer 'presented! Mrs Jack kerson of Lawtey.
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.Major .
The bride given in marriageby Eaves with a presiding! presi- Miss Jane Smith of Starkewas
( of Miami
were united her father, wore a long dent's pin, which will be pass- maid of honor, and at-
:In marriage: Saturday Nov. 1
,
,
chiffon gown over taffeta decorated ed on to each succeeding presi tendants were Elizabeth and
at 3 in the Grace
p.m. United
Methodist with hantilly lace feat- dent. Nancy Thomas, sisters of the ;.

Church, Lawtey, urlng\ a scalloped neckline and During the business meeting bride. The attendants were

with Rev. Don Denton 'perform.! wrist length sleeves. A beaded held prior 'to the progrsm a d gowned alike in floor length :_

Ing the ceremony. headpiece secured her finger conducted by Mrs. Eavei, bridal satin gowns with empire 2::

Decorating the altar were tip veil of illusion. She carrieda members voted to g'.vs! $100 to waistlines. They wore matchingbows

!baskets of pink and white gladioli nosegay of Forever-Yours The organ! fund the money to in their hair and carried

mums and pompoms fund. nosegays of yellow and white
red; roses and white :pompoms toe taken from the project
against a background of fern Adams chairmanof mums and pompoms. PROCTOR TOAST
centered with an orchid.A Mrs. H H. SILEX
trees, golden tree candelabraand reception!< was held in the local church activities! Invited Brenda Wilkinson, niece of r HI.FRV COOKER.FRYER. Automatic 2-shce
golden arch candelabrawith girl 5 y cooker fryer Includes toaster. Selectronic col.
church receratlon hall. Stand- members and: guests Into the groom, was flower B e.x. / > qt.
deep fry basket or control browns toast
Cocoa
burning tapers. and Lonnie Davis Jr. of -
ing in the receiving line were the Fellowship Hall for refreshments and heat proof cover as you desire.
Nuptial music providedby of the bride, was
was nephew
the bride and groom, their following the pro-
Mrs. Mae Wells and Don ring bearer. I RIVAL ELECTRIC CAN WEST BEND 9-CUP PERK-
Hardy parents:: and bridal attendants.Mrs. gram. Given in marriage by her \ I OPENER Opens all size Brews perfect coffee

Mr. Major attended his son Linda Cubbedge kept the The refreshment! table was father, the bride selected an r PRICES GOOD cans magnetic lift holds everytime, & automatically -
bride's book. covered with a green net cloth lids & has handy cord keeps it warm for
'as best man. Ushers were J. D. and A-line gown of bridal peau and 4 DAYS ONLY storage. serving. _
bride's table was centered trimmed In satin ribbon
Major, H. V. Duck P. Landers, The with a wedding cake and placed over a green felt ,base peau bateau d'ange neckline lace fashioned and witha long TIIURS., FILL, SATs SUN., rr r HAMILTON BEACH SPEED 1
'D. E. Nola'an.d J. with
r Dampier. MIXER Portable lightweight .
'
Miss Phyllis Meng attended held an arrangement of whit; trimmed In sequins and white sleeves that tapered to petal thumb position control & beater lii I
and pink carnations.Mrs. polnsettiaa. Centering the table
as maid: -- -\l pompoms points over the hands.The gown elector __
attendar Sherrlell Duck cut the was a beautiful Christmas arrangement and the train were appliqued

Duck, Miss .y Ibrlde's cake Assisting in servo holding a large with lace. The train fell soft-
judy Joyce, Miss
Miss Kathy Scott, lighted green candle. waist MAGNUS ELECTRIC
Kay Smith and;:! Miss Branca:! ing were ly from the to chapel
McKenzie Junior .bridesmaids Miss Denese Knight, Miss Pam The punch bowl. >laced at one length and was accentuated by
: Tye and Miss Debbie Scott. end of the table was presidedover bridal loops. Her ornamentswere

was Judy Major. The attendants After a wedding trip to Miami by Mrs. Eaves. Balancing a white diamond, heart CHORD ORGAN ENSEMBLE .

were all gowned alike in the couple will reside at 'the centerpiece at the other! shaped necklace, and white dia- ."...;,:.,
red -
pots de sois floor'lengl1
rse 404 N. Cherry Street. end was a silver tray holding mond earrings. She carried a $61.40 Value '///
}
\ gowns featuring en empire "' '\ {:
The bride is a 1969 graduate assorted cakes. cascade of white orchids, pom- "; !f"3
waist!. an J long sleeves /withecru of BHS. Mr. Major graduated Among the visitors present poms and ivy. $ Make beautiful music with i ;-t'1. .rrtjI' .

trim. They carried nose- from !Southwest Miami High. were members of the Gainesville A reception was held in the 788 out knowing a note. So easy NI__ ':: n''

gays of pink carnations sweet- School !in 1966 and is employed! District Finance committee Sunday school annex where bas a child can play the Magnus ".. ; ''ti.J'Electric

heart roses and 'white pompoms at Florida State Prison of the WSCS. two of Mrs. J. kets of white and yellow mums, Organ. Has 12 chord l' }

with pink satin stream- R. Waiwwrlght's Bible Study gladioli and pompoms were usedin buttons & 37 treble keys. The ...,r'

17 UI'ef group; members of the Wesleyan decorating. ensemble comes complete It'
w: Service Guild: : the Rev. De- Joyce Williams greeted with 3 music books & bench.

Witt Farab e. Mrs. Needham guests at the door. Miss a 1\
a Elissa Padgett of Lawtey, sis \ r
Hurst of Indianapolis! Ind., hUNS-lAD\iS
r !Mrs. Ira Corn of Lakeland, ter of the groom, kept the

V Mrs. George Roberts of the bride's book. ,, JEwa WATCHES
The bride's table covered PROFESSIONAL/
was GIME
Lawtey Methodist Church, and _HEL9ROS-
with a satin cloth and centeredwith ELGIN
1 Mrs. Lola Johnson of Starke. a three-tiered wedding '. HAIRDRYER
SF $ 988
: cake topped with a bride and ,, 839.95 \

groom and decroated with turquoise Value
24.95 $
re- '
Garden Club watch
florets Mrs. Barbara '' vour old this Value 9 147

ILr"r To Collect Items Davis of Cocoa, sister of the ; +' Don'thalte paired. buy ,a new one at name i

bride, cut the cake, and Miss ; price, famous It's

For OverseasThe Judy Padgett of Gainesville, ,, fabutouS brandS. 'So'Gotd''eature cal-8t professional portable, but gives a
cases
sister of the groom, assisted.The .. Gf time 4 comfort hair-do every

Starke Garden Club mat punch table was covered ::_ > enders diamond trims Hood cool. warm .. settings'hot.,;
raises <&< lowers
? h.. Monday night at ths home of with a white linen cloth and .

Mrs. H. B. Hamilton on Cherry the punch bowl was encircledwith

4 t s et Street Plans were mae for (ha! a garland of fern. At one
club's In end of the table was the bride's REAL.TONE
entry the Chamberof POLA
;MA Commerce Christmas Par- bouquet. ROID IE
After a wedding trip to Ocala COLORPA P ORT AB ..re .,

Marilyn Roberts Weds Mr. VallengaIn ade.The club will .participate In the couple will reside at 310 CK II AM-1M RADIO _"_---
W, Call Street. The bride chose '29.95
First Presbyterian Church the Florida Federation 'of) Garden for traveling a turquoise and Va/ua/ $

Clubs' World: gardening white checked two piece suit 248 $ 788

projects by collecting frames!! with black Bill .. n 81995 \
accessories
Mrs. Marilyn Rcberts and pink gladioli and chrysanthemums com- 3 '
Philip Vellenga both of Slarke.. flanked by white tapers lens, and carrying cases cf discarded plemented with an orchid corsage Prints /InJ(4 a color : iii?? Values ,I
glasses to be used in
were unlteJ in marriage Friday in branched candelabra.The black & miute, or I IIn
India, and: U. :5. commemorative The bride and both antis, White In
night at 7 pm. in the bride was attired in a groom are EI acrflce sec. ; on sss
stamps for collectors in
graduates of Bradford High lasft Ya.
First Prssbytcilin Church with 'pink crepe street length dress acts built
the Far East. Members will School. The bride is employedat more. chments electric.more' ,
,
Ivev. u. D. Burch performing with long sleeves and V nock- & fe
bring them to the Christmas bl tree .
Dr Harry Gruen's office \fOU
line.
thel nuptials. She carried a cascade ed t u)<
e
party on December 15.
dental
as assistant and the
,
Is bouquet of sweetheart
Mrs. Roberts the daughter pink !
Mrs. R. ;F. Young horticulture -
Cf Mrs H. n. Carlton of Starka, roses and carnations with long
chairman, led a discussion Students Attend
tin Mr Vp'lenjra is the son of white satin streamers.
on when, why, and how ""
...'1 and Mrs William Vellengaof Following a short wedding: Beauty Seminar WSTCIOX
to re-pot house plants. Club
St. Petersburg. 'trip to Jeykl Wand the couple SOlID
members getting their 124
are
Attending the couple were will reside! : at Kings-ley Lake. KODAK STA TENSTAMATC
plants in top shape for entryin Students from the: Bradford- I lttw
Mrs. Burch Richard! Jewsll Mrs Vellenja is social studies -
'sad:
; Union area Vo-Tsch School: of SET ""-- -
the :State: flower show to tie \ CLOCK
of Gainesville. teacher at Bradford:! Mid- held In Gainesville March 20- Cjfmotology attended the Bsn- \ RADIO/
.. _
Decorating' the altar was a dle School, where Mr. VellengaIs _
pedestal basket of whits and assistant principal. 21.After the business meeting, Michael Lewis Beaty Supply c\: 5 88 I r.. -( 'I Ir' =12.95 $

Mrs. Hamilton showed. numerous Co of Jacksonville, en Sundayat : 822.95 0+ ) Value' 988
Whitehead-Tyler Woman's Club Christmas decorations to the Thunclcrboat Motel. Value .I '

_
white t
Christmas TeaThe be made for the home, the' Guest aitlst' Doris: Paul of S Takesdear black! in- Features Westlot
Told Kit mover
Engagement ment
most unique one being a lad- Toronto Canada formerly of to! oolor p rnts Solid' state for
ilsshcube Bra e-
de
les' shoe, covered with crushed Scotland, presented many new camera. pendability.I
Club
Starke Woman's chides Built'
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wh'tehad'! will have its annual Christmastea egg shell glided and fUlsd! with 'and exciting: hair designs! MissplIoul' batter to! color film alarm wakes you each in

announce the mnrriaere: of their on Wednesday:!, Dec. 10, at Christmas greenery. The host- new technique: for styling morning with music, ,
ElUne Bonnie to
daughter ess served refreshments! in Joni hair brought applause
3:30: p m. in 'the club house.!!
Gregory J. Tyler son of Mr. keeping with the Thanksgiving from those participating: In theday's
Hostesses for the afternoonwill
nn3:! Mrs. Julian Tyler of Doth- theme. activities.Attending \
be: Miss Martha Sue Mc- PANASONIC
an Ala. The wedding: took :! from the Centerwere
Cain Mrs. C. R. Schmitt, Mrs. GE
place in Donaldsonville Ga. on Misses Bar ELECtRIC TV
H M Hatcher, Jr.. Mrs. S. L. District WSCS Betty Dies 19" ------,
Nov. 22. barn Ccleman, Pauletta Arnold,
Peek Sr.. 'Mrs H. C. Ritch, .
The former Miss Whitehead: HAIRCURLER Value m
Has Luncheon HereThe Anita ChAncey and the instructor ,129-95
Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs. O. L.
of BHS and
was 1g'aduate : Mrs Ole Hutchlns.PREVATTGUTSHALL. z
Florida Junior College at Bea.sley. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid
North L AYAll'
and is with Mrs. P. O. Felos Mrs. C. A. Gainesville District Fin- Si'&K $10988
Madison employed
the Florida Division of Adult Knight. Mrs. J. F. Mitchell ance Committee. of the Women's NOW! 40

Mrs E. L. Matthews Mrs. Fos Society of Christian Service .clu'
Corrections! in Tallahassee. of the United Methodist The marriage of Wanda Pre- FsatureW' eta For ILI
curlers I
ter Shi Smith. :Mrs, F. W. .
is dun t of heat as
Mr. Tyler : !
a era vatt to Allen Gutshall will take larnatime .t knob that
the
Strickland. Mrs W. W. Mood Church met Tuesday:! morning d ei '.
Dothan High School and North place Saturday, Dee 6 at 7 When they 8nalli ght tells', oe'S bes' rec.pllon -- -- _
in Fellowship Hall. are Solid sta' --
Mrs I. T. Jones and Mrs. Char-
Florida: Junior College and is ley E. Johns During the meeting the budget p.m. in the Advent Christian or/ne sYlotions' ready, N 0 water i possible.' :,ns1ant-on.
attending Troy State College at Church in Bowling Park. ClfCUIUV"uF Anten'
the
was planned lor newyear. UHFI1
Troy, Ala. All friends and relatives "..,
The couple will reside In ST. !MARK'S WOMEN: Plans are Invited to attend.
were also made for
/Tallahassee. TO MEET MONDAY helping a local scholarship girl
I The Women of St. Mark's
with her college fund. John P. Simpson Jr., of SHOP CARP'S SUNDAY AFTERNOONONLY
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Illnson Episcopal Church 'will\ meet ? ,
of Orlando visitors Following the meeting a Washington, D.C., spent the
were Tuesday Monday:! night at 7:30: at the
of Mr and Mrs. F.W. home of Mrs James Black- luncheon was enjoyed at Holiday Thanksgiving weekend with his
Strickland. shear on Klngsley Lake. Inn. father, John Simpson, in Starke. FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!


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Mr. and Mrs. Henry GradtRck Mrs. Loyreo LaNier and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin Duplicate Bridge Beta Sigma Phi
of Dothan, Ala. were visiting and Mrs. Jim Phillips of Cocoa and daughter Cheryl of Avon
PtofiJg :t : Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lawson and spent the past two weeks in Park spent Thursday to Sun- Club ResultsThe Meets In KeystoneBeta

Mr. and Mrs N.R. Crawfordover Mexico.Mr. day with their mothers, Mrs.
new.Ml the long weekend. Hobble Shaller and Mrs. Eve Starke Duplicate Bridge Sigma phi sorority met

I and Mrs. Baldwin. Club!> had four tables in play at the home of Mis. Carl John.
Bishop Myrickof
at the> Pratt Street
j i -, and Mrs. Dennis WIl- Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Thompson Orlando were Thanksgiving Recreation: son in Keystone Heights on
'Jams and children of Largo Jr. and son, Tim and daughter day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw and Center Tuesday nljht. A one- Nov. 24, with Mrs. Grady Over-
spent Wednesday to Sunday with Jan, spent Wednesday to Robert! Myrick. daughter Gina visited Mr. and winner typo Howell movementwas street 03 cohostess.Mrs. .
Mr and Mrs W.H. Graham. Friday in Pensacola visiting Mrs. John Kopelousos and family used! : anj the results were: Bobby Biggs local florist

Ensign and Mrs. Don Thompson. Mrs. Mitchell Evans and chIl- in Birmingham. Ala. over 1. Judson Clements and Cur- gave a program en flower

Miss Madge Middleton is The Don Thompsons returned dren, Clarice and Robert, visited the long weekend. I tis Sanders 21 pts. arranging .for the Christmas
spending a week In Lakeland to Starke with the W.B. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Den- 2. Mrs. J, D. Odom Jr, and holidays. Names were drawn
with Mrs. Marguerite Corn. Thompsons for the weekend. nis and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mrs. Eve Baldwin returned John Muisollne and Mr. and for door prizes and those winning
from ten days visit Mrs. Clyde B.
Saturday Teiwillegar Jr.
Evans In Chauncey Ga. over were Mis. Arthur Patray.
Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth under- the weekend and attended the with Mr. and Mrs. WilliamG. tied for second:! place. 20"j pts. Mis. Carl Johnson: and Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawsor. went leg surgery last FridayIn wedding of a cousin in Abbey- Godwin and family in Cha- 3. Mrs. .1. W. Ritch and Mrs. W Sl \de.

and family were in Pine Harbor the Gainesville Medical Cen- vine, Ga. on Friday night. grin Falls Ohio. Harry Mooty. 19 pts. After the meeting! ref-esh-
Ga. Wednesday and Thursday ';er. Ths Dupl'cnte: Bridge Club hos-
the
ments were serve by
last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moxleyand Little Gina Shaw daughterof will not meet next Tuesday, tesses.
S.L. Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pitch family were in Louisville Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw, Dec. 9, but on Tuesday. Die. The annual Christmas Social
of Boynton Beach and Mr. and celebrated her first birthday 16 there will be
Ga. over tho long weekend visiting a club championship
will be held Monday.: Dec. 8. at
Mrs. Tyler Jones spent the Mrs. Jimmy Beeler and son their patents Mrs. Er- Sunday Nov. 23, at a family tournament:! All bridge
8 nt the of Mrs.
home
weekend In Alken, S.C. with of Orange :Park were Thanks- ma Nethcrland and Mrs. Ben gettogether.Mr. players are invited b pm.
Robert Baiksdile. Gifts will be
her son-in-law and daughter giving guests of their mother Moxley Sr. pate..
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Godfrey Mrs. Grace Hitch. start at 7 exchanged and a "Christmas=
p.m. and, duplicate
and Mrs. J.D. Warren Ticals" auction will be held.
r Mr. and !Mrs. Garl Mathews have had as guests Mrs. Leon play starts at 7.45: : ,p,m. .
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams q yrikN were in Foikston, Ga. over the of Talla-
and
t Gray daughters
have received word that their and family spent Thanksgivingday long weekend visiting Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell
the weekend
son, SP/4 John A. Williams with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Virgil Mathews and Mr. Mr.hassee and over Mrs. Lewis Guthrie Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand had as guests Mrs. Mildred

was named "soldier of the Godber in Orlando. and Mis. Lowell Mathews. of Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. daugher spent Thanksgivingwith Mack and son, Tom, of Lake
month" In Vietnam in Octoberand Mr. and Mrs. U.K. Smith City last Friday, and Mrs. Pearl
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal spent Clyde Piercy of Sanford on
Mrs. rank Weaver of Wil- Caldwell
was awarded a three dayR the long weekend touring in and Mrs. James Smith in Wil- of Battle Creek Mich
and R and a $25 savings bond. liston was a weekend) guest of Thansgivlng. liston. and Mrs. Eursula Goodman of
Mrs. R.O. Dansby and brother North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs W:'. Jackson Sr. Tampa over the weekend.

J. Andrews and -- - - - -- ,-
Roy son, -- - -
Mike, of Jacksonville spent the
long weekend with their mother )
SHQPCMP'S STAKKE 1
Ozark, ,Mrs.Ala. W.M. Andrews in i 3ryY ro SUNDAY AFTERNOON


Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Stricklandand -r ;uS. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS

with family Mr. and spent Mrs.the N.P.weekend Ric- SAVE At PRICES GOOD J'l>.

cardi In. Miami and attended 4 DAYS ONLY J .'

the Florida-Miami football S. TIIURS.. FRI., SAT., SUN,!?
game.
r .
I> r

Micky Agner of Samford University lmf.
+
Birmingham Ala. was DEPARTMENT STOM
home for the weekend. Women of the First United Methodist Church

decorate a Clirisinon tree which has been placed! in

Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- the sanctuary cf the church. It is to be an annual __ 9

gomery and family attended a event. (See story on 1\SCS Christmas program on
family reunion at their farmon Page 4.)
the Suwannee River over
the weekend. Frank Williams had guests LITTLE WOMEN'S CLUB _
at his home on Crystal Lake

Mrs. W.R. Brannen of Missoula last Thursday and Friday, Mr. The Little Women's Club will '
and Mrs. Mack Williams, and have their annual Christmas *
Mont and Mr. and Mrs. < *&%
W.B. Boyd and sons of St. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin party Monday night at their >/ <
Petersburg were Thanksgiving and family of Starke, Kichard regular meeting at 8pm.Mem-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Williams of U. of F? Mr. and bers are asked to d.-ess casual. SPECIAL PURCHASE !
Nollman. Mrs. Bob Williams and daugh-

Mrs. Larry Johnson and children ter of Gainesville and Ben-
of Live Oak, Mr. and Mrs. nie Williams of Savannah, Ga. MENS

Charles Odom and son of Santa
Fe, and John Odom ID of Gaines Mrs. N.K. Hurst of Indiana- ,
polis, Ind. was visiting Mrs. ;
ville were Thanksgiving guestsof TURTLENECKSOriginally
u
W.S. Slade from Wednesday to
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday.Mr. BOYS __

J.D. Odom Jr. Bradford County Hospital .announces SPORt *

and Mrs. M.H. Sheppardof the following, births:
Mrs. Katie Hazen of Lake- r To $4.99
Up
land and Mrs. Jettye Hazen Brunswick, Ga. were last Mr. and Mis. Paul Michael: SHIRTS } _
Friday and Saturday visitorsof Linden Starke, a son David '
visitors
of Gainesville were Sunday t
of Mrs. A.E. McKinney Mrs. Kate Sheppard. Allen. Nov. 25. Our z., l ( 1st quality long sleeve knit
Mr. and Mrs Daniel:! Robert Reg- shirts with turtle neck
and Mr. and Mrs. L.O. Hazen. popular
Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith'of Thomas. Rn'..ford a son, Mark y Si.99 t 1 1 styling. Available in assorted

Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Underill Eldorado, Kas. were visiting Shepard Nov. 29. rasa lonh K :\ styles fabrics & colors. Makes
and family of IndiaUantic and their aunt, Miss Amy Coburn Mr and !Mrs James Ray. slrtrta"t ollar ifK.P W' n perfect Christmas gift for all
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Walker and last week. Miss Coburn was admitted mom! Norman Liwtey. twin ton Aown 1? the men on your list Sizes S-XL.
family of Fort Lauderdale spent to the Starke Nursing suns, Kenneth Raymond and polylcotton assottnd pl+ndv yeohds
t Home on Saturday. Kevin Eugene. 5 19.CASUAL'.
I the long weekend with their parents -
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Sad
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.I X<
Smith v
I had as Thanksgiving
i Moncrief.
guests Mr. and Mrs. Carl Attending the wedding of Sen.
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harri- Wright and son of Gainesville, Tom Slade and Miss Corliss f (
son Sr. spent Thursday to Sun- Mr. and Mrs. John DISalvo :Mullins in Fort Pierce Satur- --, _

day with Mr. and Mrs. Harri- and son of Indlatlantlc and day night were Mr and Mrs. : +
son Jr. and family in Fort Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shlmer T.H. Slade Mr. and Mrs. R.V. piU4TS MENS SHOES
Lauderdale and attended the of St Augustine. Turner, Mr and Mrs. Charles

Turkey Bowl game Saturday Mrs. Charles Parker and Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. George it
night. family of Cocoa and Mr. and Roberts Mi. and Mrs. Gus 93.99 $ OO
Mrs. Gus Iluilbert of Jackson- Kopelousos Mrs. Clyde Sin- Value Values to _

;, Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och- ville were weekend guests of clair, Miss Evelyn Sinclair Trim a taPored $12.99 U #
lochnee, Ga. visited her mo- Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Wells and Mrs. N.K. Hurst of Indiana- t lost back styling colors.
ther, Mrs. F. F, Stump over family. polis, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. in assorted peon
the weekend. W.W. Hood. a, '/ FnntasticsaleonMensSlipon&Oxfords.This8
and Mrs. Brad Locke 13 v ROU Stim a s special group has long wearing sol es& heels
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Beck- Leather assorted styles & colors. Not
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilleyof and of Tampa spent the y.ewg1A uppers
Jacksonville joined a family weekend family with :Mrs. Shellie ett of Emory University, rfeaSBEssss all sizes in all styles I !
gathering with Mrs. Tilley's Atlanta Ga., were visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Gerle. parents, Mr and Mrs. L.K. KSBaaawwcSSfi
Whitehead, over the long week SKIRT
Jackson on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and :Mrs. Bob Griffin end. LADIES

and son, Jeff, of San Jose, e
Miss Cindy Sink of Career Calif are residing temporarily Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- Ladies Nylon

Academy, Atlanta and Mrs. with :Mr. Griffin's brother- willegar Jr. spent the week- .
'
DRESSES
Gladys Feemster of Talla- in-law and bister Mr.and Mrs. end in Sanford where, they W* .
hassee spent the weekend with C.S. Haddock.! attended the wedding of Miss STRETCHaSfor _
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink. Linda Leffler PerkliW to l Robert JUNIOR JR. PETITES )

Mr. and Mrs. N.T. Hayes Aulden I.ernens at the HALF SIZES ( ? s '
,
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis of Brooker visited Mr. and Episcopal Church Saturday TOPS ,
and family of St. Petersburg Mrs. E.W. Hayes on Sunday. night. Originally to $10.99 / v VYyyyyy
and Mrs. J.C.Vinlng and daughter -
of Palatka were Sunday :Mrs. Addle Wheeler of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. O.S. Dixon and
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L.D. and Mrs. Corine Purvisof Mr and Mrs. Ben Dixon and LADIES SHOES
Vining. Gainesville were weekend family of Nashville, Tenn.were r
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Don Bag- ,
of Mr. and Mrs. W.I". It
guests Values to $5.99
well and family last week. [
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson spent Herlong. The Her longs also I had
the long weekend with Mr and as Thanksgiving guests Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley ytiti 100% Nylon Stretch Knit
Mrs. Edward Schwab Merritt Mrs. I.Herlong' and son, and son, Tommy, and Miss Tops in Pastels l Cork /

Island. and Miss Pam Merrltt, and Mr. Dorothy Alvarez spent the long ?yxm>1 Colors.back.,Wasliabla long sleeve ZIPper -/ SALE $2
and Mrs. Mark Herloiig and son weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ss>l mock tiirtlniiutk, styles 4a/
Mrs. Roy Ward and daughter, of Jacksonville. Hesteder in !Newport, Va. fSJ SML
Jane of Lake City were Thanks-
giving guests of Mrs. Ward's Melanie and Kathy Green of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilling- Terrific sale of special

mother, Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr. Gainesville spent the weekend ham and family of Tampa were Nylon Z-Way *c\J'' 1 group of heels
with their grandparents, Mr. visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale h & flats. in many
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevattand and Mrs. Lex Green. over the weekend. The newest fall dresses Aide N""' I /' styles, Leather up
daughter of Orlando in the newest fabrics ors&lon
spent STRETCH Assort
Thanksgiving with Mrs.Ed Pre- Boyd Clark of Tyndal AI B, :Mrs. W.B. Mundy returned styles & colors. soles. d h rl'Choosefremthe
latest colors. Not all
1 from three weeks visIt
vatt. Panama City, was a guest of Tuesday -
with Kev. and Mrs. T.A. fashions. r sizes in all styles
Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin Horn
Tom Moore of the Norfolk Thursday to Saturday. Steele and family in Carrolton, PANTS -
i
Naval Base and Miss Judlne Ky., and Col. and Mrs. Let
Barber of Norfolk, Va. spent Dr. and :Mrs Harry Gruen French in Dayton, Ohio. PANTYHOSE LADIES \ : BATH
Friday to Sunday with Mrs. and daughter were in Miami ? $ l"FANCY
Martha Moore. over the long weekend vIsIt- Mr. and :Mrs T.E. Herndon PANTIES Our \ ''
ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Valdosta, Ga. and Mr. and Reg 3 t TOWELS
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk visited Aaron Kandel and Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. H.M. Herndon and familyof Our Reg. 1.29 Our Reg. 3 for $1.25 $3.99 g-
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis Max Gruen. They also attendedthe Gainesville were weekend '---1'' .. M $

and Mrs. Lulu Thrift In St. Florida-Miami game. guests of Mrs. Pearl Edwards. $ v I No Zipper-No Slifrups-No .It ';'1 :;'. ':'. '. ,. 1 22X 44
George, Ga. on Sunday. $1 3 for Buttons Just pull I loral them, !, t. .. ..z
'
:Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr. f Elasticized, WIlISI'y-r.. -
band perfect
gives
and :Mrs W.H. Holland were fd"f
and :Mrs. Charles
and children .
100% Nylon in Now :
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour Darby were In Norfolk, Va. in Louisville, Ga. over the flan-run acetate tricot ion colors. 10- 18, r. v Soft, fluffy & absorbent
spent Thanksgiving day atJekyl Wednesday to Sunday visitingMr. weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. h nq'n .brief ill In ..tie leg. s: ?'(. 100% cotton bath towels.on..8esml.ssmlcro ,
Nashabl.lfully.w 1 Beautiful Floral & Jacquard
Island.
and :Mrs Robert! Nobles. James Irwin Jr. mesh in assorted guarantee. Whit Prints. .
color/ $-Arg-1. coIOl's.5.10.
Mrs Hazel Carlton was In Mrs. R.C. Hallett and Mrs. Miss Katherine Peek visited CARPS OWN

Lakeland over the long week- Raymond lewis of Easrvllle: her aunt. Miss Floried Killings-
end visiting her son-in-law and Va. spent several days last worth, in Atlanta Ga. over the KNEE GIRLSPANTIES CHENILLESOCKS I

daugher. Mr. and Mrs. L.M. week with Kev. and Mrs. R.D. weekend.Mr. FLANNEL LINED /
Goodson. Burch. SPREADS

and Mrs. H.C. Edwardsand
Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour attended Richard Dennison CORDUROYSLACKS l // l/ "f
Mr. and Mrs AI Harley and Mr. and Mrs. Reg. to79C Our Reg. 30C 1"
a beauty show at the children of Merritt Island spent of Jacksonville and Mr. Our Reg. :
Hotel Robert Meyer in Jack- Wednesday to Friday with their and :Mrs. Joe Strickland of Ocala ... $4.29 fi

sonville on Sunday. parents, Mr. and Mrs Barney were Thanksgiving day $1 $1 i r/ -j
McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Lon- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tully 2 for 3 for :; One of ''Carps'.' rr
r
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. nie Harley. Norman. finest bedspreads '
Smith Jr. and family of Pax- SALE f Preshrunk .
i
ton spent last Wednesday to Dr. and Mrs. H.G. BolllngeV All nylon knW. {. Cottons-Rayona In Bi lint washable free, w# ,
Friday with their parents, Mr. Mrs. Gustav Patz of Salem of Starke Miss Marry Bollin- tuna M.in holt crochet*. Whites ftc olid prints white Boer slacks for boys or girls r 100% Rayon in
and Mrs. Smith Sr. and Mrs. N.J. Is visiting her son and ger of I-SU and Miss Marilyn ft. Luclle Davis. Mrs. Davis and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bollinger of Samford University 11. roy in nnorted colors Sues 2 8. f Gun site
the junior Smiths had Thanks- E.G. Patz, for six weeks. They Birmingham, Ala, spent
giving dinner with Mr.and Mrs. spent Thanksgiving with Mr. the long weekend with Miss
H.G. Davis Jr. In Gainesville. and Mrs. Ole auritsen in New Martha Bollinger In Mobile ONLY FIRST 0UALITY AT CARPS !

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ed use of the school facility In state law and Is the superin
to adjacent lands from any dig- day costs to keep a patientat its "Movement' To Restore De tendent's sole responsibility.' : !, BRING
ging, Yawn said, and in a con- a state tuberculosis hospital cency.: Casey 'also said the contract BALLOONS & SUCKERS THE :..:
demnation suit the county would has been Increased from Speaker for the program, for year was increased from 196 FOR THE KIDS nu
have to bear all court expenses. $17.25 per dav to 1975. which no date has been set, to 200 days primarily to allow FAMILY
The attorney pointed out.that /will be a Mrs. Plazzo. an Orlando time for In-service training; for (when accompanied with parent)
a drainage authority which can Referred to Commissioner housewife who is a mem- teacher, a program ha said! is '.
be established under' existing Norman a number of complaints :ber of the Citizens for Moral !beginning to pay real divi- .
Florida law, can'have authorityto brought to light by Commis- battles '
Education group which has dends. Chairman Rodney Hall
levy limited additional taxesif sioner Jessie Chastain about : the Orange County schoolsex said teacher pay is now competitive STARKE s CENTER
the people vote for It, Thereis maintenance on entrances to education program.The with the business world
the possibility that the coun- roads. It
businesses off state
would be
.program here and pointed out 'that everybodyworks
be able to obtain mat- .
ty might to
is the state's responsibility
..
titled "Sex Education In Pub- an eight hour day. .
ching funds for such a pro- repair such entrances, Mrs.
lic Schools. The Board also: : .,
he added.In .
gram Chastain said. Norman was 120 COURT ST.
Citizens groups are great as "';Approved leave the Hampton ACROSS FROM
other action, the Board: asked to notify the State Road STARKE .
a part of our country. sa'd Principal Lannard! Registerto OLD COURTHOUSE
-Was told the 1968 and 1969 Department of conditions here. .
School Board Member Charles attend a Dec. 5 conferenceof
timber tax suits brought by -Made plans to addend a Sawyer. "But If we let th muse the Florida Association of KATHLEEN & HARRY COLLIER OWNERS
Container Corp. of America the auditorium does It Health and Physical Education ,*
"Conservation 70"
John have A.H.been Murphree before Circuit since Judge Nov. Saturday, Dec. 6, to be meeting hostedby mean the School Board has "to : Coach George Loper to FRIDAY DECEMBER 5TH. 9:00 A.M ;i
has submitted several the University of Florida agree with their philosophy? attend the stats! cross country ,
He
14. Wildlife Society. Six topics of. Debate by Board members meet and for Owen Hoover to
motions in the Yawn
cases conservation are on tap begin- centered around that question. attend a guidance meeting.Half Come in and Register For
is awaiting a
said, i
and. now
ruling. '. ning at 9:30: a.m.. in the Reitz Final decision' was that the time duty for the re- FiFrp GRAND OPENINGSPECA I
-Was told by Yawn that legal Union. public has the right' to use public mainder ths year for General -
in facilities! for open debate Supervisor L. H. Gibson
work under
is.well way
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the procedure to follow in establishing -Agreed to allow Herbert even though the Board cf, Public /who said hs has been ordered FREEAQUARIUM
a drainage easement. Norman, courthouse custodian Instruction does not agree Iby doctors to cut hla work day IS
-Accepted the low bid of to hire someone as custodianat with the topic. 50 per cent.Approved. 1 1s
$2,930 from National Cash Register the agriculture building sinceit Board members also thought' a contract 'WIth Choose From Our
Co. on a validating mach- now takes Norman full timeat the program might be taken George Ricks to demolish the" Large Selection SET NEON TETRUS '
_
ine for the office of Tax Col- the new courthouse. by the public to mean that old Brooker school building:! on :
lector J.R. Kelly. Bradford Hgh! has a problemIn the condition that Ricks obtains *. HAMSTERS REGULAR 19.98 $
Com-
-Was told by Yawn that the missioner-Heard a proposal Norman by that the the area of sex education. the necessary liability: : in- TROPICAL FISH 1
zoning committee has approvedthe "They might say then that surance. *. TURTLES Nothing To :
purchase a $900 hydraulic -
proposed district along US- county lift to load bulldozers onto we have to put in a sex education -Decided to have an auction to Buy-You Do For
301 north, a section ofthecounty county trucks to be trans- program" Sawyer said. .sell desks student chairs and *. PARAKEETS Not Have To 5 s
that has been difficult to ported. Norman pointed out that "We have it alreadY" Supt. auditorium seats In the old Be Present To .
The said Tax Tom adding school. RABBITS
zone. attorney with the unit one man could Casey pointed out. : Brooker
Assessor Gene Long will pre- of that the echools wouldn't be Voted: to advertise for sale Win -
load and.transport a piece *. GOLD( FISH $ }
pare a map showing the zoning heavy equipment. doing Its Job if it left such an the Old Water Oak Shool in WHITE MICE
districts within the county for .area untouched. Sex education:! : the Pleasant Grove section. The TO BE GIVEN AVA.Y I ::
presentation to the Commissionfor -Asked Commissioners Bryan is now taught as a unit in site is about two acres. DOGS SATURDAY, DEC. 13 & 1 P.M. 4 FOR :
approval.Once the Commis- Chastain and Clerk biology classes at BHS. Casey' -Approved employment of .
and Mrs. ;
sion approved the plan Yawn said and he praised BHS instructors Mrs. Charlotte Green! as secre-
says, he can then the Virginia Darby to investigatethe FULL LINE .
prepare
for the way they tary at Bradford! High. Mrs.
zoning ordinance. possibility of purchasing a carry (In the program. Green will replace: Mrs. Jean .......... ....... ..ClO..ee8.
machine to old .
-Granted Civil Defense new copy *
Dir- records with black backgroundsand "Let them use It and let's Norman who is toklng maternity CAT. 0 MIXED .
ector Frank Williams permis- take it from there. Let the ,people leave. Supt. Casey also
white writing which modern *
sion to host Florida Civil DOG
Defense Association a meeting copiers won't pick up. :, Judge the program for saId that Mrs. Lois Bennett : Tropical Fish 4r MOON AND
here next August. themselves" chairman Rodney 'plans to retire at the end of BIRD : PATTYSSUPPLIES
Hall sail then. the year and plans are to move '.
Jones-Was, in told answer by Foreman to a questionby R.E. I 11"-I 'J'' But Sawyer said his vote Mrs. Green into 'the 'bookkeeper's : *.COMPLETE''LINE' OF !\

Commissioner Norman, that would be "No." The School Job >at BUS next term.Appro".ed 1 5 FOR SI
the county Road Department I Board would have no control payment of $3,872 GOLDFISH s AQUATIC '
spent two days at Camp Bland- ] over what the speaker m'ght to Marco of Florida for furni- ; -
ing clearing the site for the P iIx ;,/ Say Sawyer pointed! out, but ture for the MJddls: School. ......_....: *. FRESH WATER PLANTS''I oc
School Board to use for its :because the program being Accepted a :bid of W9.0(! for : C AQUARIUMS _
--- ; TROPICALS
; .
new truck driver training WI held In a school fac'llry the 15,000 printed checks from Computer ca. FOOD. ETC.

course.-Turned over* tp Yawn an O.f. illr.; '( Board people thought might! think it was the all School right. -Was Data told Supplies.by Purchasing! ._- ...... .... ........ .. aopcocomSPECIAL ,

offer from a downstate law .. The vote !was 2.1 to let the Agent P. T. Nolin thnt quantity
firm to donate a set of books ;:/ .. :.. !Motorsde CommlKte ;use the bidding! on supplies has saved!
-
iirf -
for the new law library in the ,....I. facility, with members Sseber the Board from 40-60 per centoff SPECIAL SPECIAL
courthouse if the county will -' J :;i:' '' .J Goodman, :! and Buster Bennett
retail prices Nolin saId
I"''' pa- :
pay shipping costs.Acknowledged m '1 voting yes and Sawyer no. .:
:: per goods were bo'iffht! at 61.56per HEn
a letter from '" f \ ,. Supt. Tom Casey pointed out cent off retell prices small GOLDEN TURTLES HALF REG. 19c BUNCH NON
State Sen. Bob Saunders that ''that the Motoreie:! Committeewill special items 43.27 !. LUDWIGIA
he has received the two resolutions : be charged' for the 'ne! of per een 99C PRICE 49C <
passed by the Com- IJ6t ..\ ) the facility as would ''any other cent.and all other Items 40.65 per MAMSTTERS GREEN 2 FOR 25

mission and sent to him. Saunders I (..! ....'I.,; 'private group.In PLANTS
said he will work toward !II'. "31), ; .
'
11::, other action the School.
getting the Legislature to review 'VoP. .;;:J. ICICICICIC
"r": :J Board reviewed: with Supt.I -IC I<1.\IC N
the need for Immunity a- <<" ':'.!,"f. .J 'f11. :-..,"...' ...... Casey a report s'bmitLelbyf'
gainst suit for governmental .... ""...-;.. ..", \ J."...-,..-."'' the Negotiations Committee ofP 1

bodies. The senator also said (t,1j_ ).c.:. ":-+.If"'c," ,,,;'.0"-0';._.l., the Bradford! Education Affsoc-jj
J
he Intends to do everything .f I
II ,$o1' :,....,'.. iatlon.! Three requests turned
,. '
possible to the county ; "r :
oppose Jt' fo"l .
consolidation bill sponsored by 0<:.;:." .:tl/, down! on recommendation! of DECEMBER TIRE SALE
,
} (I.
Duval Rep. John Crider. ... ...-Wf.''foO e Supt. Casey were: 1)) teachers J I ;
having any right to negotiate
-Discussed, but took no act- s.: e--,0.'. .. : ;oj J
tion, on a complaint by Mrs. :( : transfers in positions within
Nancy Shauppe, housekeeperat tt the county 2) reduction of the J
the Holiday Inn, that she prerent! 8-hcur" teaching day I't
ruined a $15 pair of shoes SMART TRAVELER Equal. set by the Board two :years
ly at home in Bermuda or for '
ago. and 3)) reduction
when she caught her foot undera State-side of the
sightseeing is this
door to the new courthouse. Stylish city dress in a distinc- tprestnt contract year from 200 i PRICES
Chairman Dave Shufprd said tive black and white cotton back to 196 days. '
he had Investigated and found print. With gentle A-llne styl-- Supt. Casey sail the procedure
the county; cannot use its fundsto ing and wide bib collar, it's for transferring teachers 1
pay such costs. accented with white buttons. from one position to another i
-Was notified that the per By Earl Shepard of Dallas. within a county is set up in Ji j cwA1TigsTAGOODTHRU! f

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: Steering: Wheel Little Girl'aPlayhouse 3 Members,

The beginning of a new family i .
Causes CrashThe tradition. Juat M treatgrandmother's Join Civitans
favorite recipes
Now On Display"A for turkey .......lnl. cookies Three new members were Initiated t
steering< wheel of a.eml-- and other goodies have been fDfJ "
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off In handed down from generationto into the Starke Clvitan tr
'truck and trailer came little glrVa dream houseis generation BO will this new !Club Nov. 4.
. tho Lands of the driver north at Wlnn Dixie," Mrs. Bill coffee cake. recipe ualng California fayorlt New members! are Ray Norman .ffJU Ids tit .
US-301, the Highway Dried Fig and your -
. id Lawtey on wreckIng Chambers, preslctent, of the hot roll mix. And, what vbl i A. L. Tarleton, and Ro- "
reported : NJD'VY"HENRY
TH'.ID
Patrolhas Junior Woman's Club, announced better time to discover the bert Trebllcock. Norman 13 em-
the truck but the driver escaped good eating enjoyment that : : yesterday. "It ls ''a. 'darlingplayh.ouse ployed at the Community Stats
bruises. be yours during the festive
only
with
for all those hoursof holiday season.California Bank; Tarleton by the, Florida
and
The 1967 Ford tractor playing grown-up that all Dried Figs have Division if Forestry: and Tre GRADY
trailer ran onto the east shoulder little girls do." been a traditional holiday favorite I a bllcock is the new district soil -

of the north four-laned of Lawtey.highway It The playhouse was built by used for In this many simple years and and quick when l conservationist.The 'iniOnn? I OrT"'l..::.. La
15 miles husbands of the Junior Club recipe, you have a crowd : club just finished: its [[ JIIC,
i I "traveled, : 218 feet! on the \ShowI members, and will ,be awardedto pleaser that will add sparkleto annual sale .of Civltan Halloween .
!I der, then the right aids of the come lucky person on Saturday your holiday entertaining.For Club members
candy. 9tAt /aANJtIJ
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holiday breakfast
struck a telephone pole special to eiIJf
truck! .
Dsc. 20, at 4 p.m. and brunch to late evening entertaining wish to express their appreciation !! -
causing the truck to Jackknife.Damages Members of the Junior Club want to serve
you'll to the citizens of Starke you I
side of
to the right 'twill 'be .at Wlnn-Dlxie: on Thurs Mrs. Santa's Coffee Cake. andW. and Bradford County for their pu.4t
at $300. to do when
estimated'
the rig mere filed .against day and: Friday afternoon and keep so.several easy packagea of you luscious support of the project O The ultimate in downtown convenience.Closest to
No charges were all day Saturdays for the con- California Dried Figs Atlanta Merchandise Mart,theaters centerof
the driver Leroy Donovan venience of 'Those. who would within easy reach the finest shopping area.Beauty and Barber Shops,
Jones Jr., 44, of Fernandina !like to see the playhouse. and They nutrition are a wealth packed of energy with Mw Theater, Secretarial and Shopping Services, Beverage
Beach. natural fruit sugar vitamins store Sundries stand Superb meeting and ballroom
and minerals And they are so facilities All rooms conditioned and with TV.
versatile you can use them Incidentally, although you
year 'round In dozens of different ( y go hatless in the south, New Motor Lobby-drive right into the ,
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J BED WARN from the package for quick Chicago's: health commissioner, J hotel Reasonable rates ''U)

energy pickup 4:,", .:.g- ;11- .......- Dr. Morgan J. O'Connell, urges: ,
Mrs. Santa's Coffee Cake Prepare hot roll mix accord. with foil> Sprinkle with one- men to wear hats in winter : Downtown at Peachtreo t Cain' Sb.o .
1 package hot roll mix Ing to package directions. After half the chopped flgs Continue weather. It not only reducesthe k' 'r t P.O...1416
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1 teaspoon cinnamon cinnamon and nuts Puta bake at 350 F. for 40 to 45 hair oils. '
/ cup finely chopped nuts layer of balls barely touch. minutes. Turn upside down. ATLANTA, GEORGIA
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B&Fs ReportedBreakIns :pound l of frozen mullet and 36 In + You/ 11118 An Andranvs Charge
frozen i T-Bone steaks! from the Account
tfreeaetr. four rods and reels, a :
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of three homes on I lilectrlo screwdriver, and four camping stove. spear gun four tackle boxes so Prescription Tax Records
Little:' Bedford; and Santa Fe rods and:) reels. That B&E occurred The home of I. O. Johns on and< contents, a, pair of white Kept For You By Us
Lakes are :under' investigation' sometime between Nov. Biff Santa lie Lake iwas also' Aqua Float sklls, an Oster Andrews Drugs r1
't>y the Bradford Sheriffs Office. 23-29, Deputy Green Ball.:' entered within the two past electrllo can opener, and other s
Two houses owned by Rob- weeks Deputy Green said':' A assorted small items. oo Fast Delivery Dial 964-1110 g 1 le
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mad ert J. Moore Jr. were entered window on the lake. side of the Dopnty Green urges lake re- .
have been

yet No, according arrests to Deputy Rob- oometlme lod and equipment during the valued same per.at house...... _was....' oo%%.!-o..removed:.:_.:'-,:.:.:>:-_to_ w gain v.MKS7r7.60! '..._...._n_..... _ti'.v Rv::::.::,{:::}:::,::::::. :
ert Green Investigation! officer. $515 taken.. > The thieves broke


But commit ing grand and the larceny.entering charges grand will with larceny be intent break-and.to and Deputy are six window removed Green fishing to reported a rods gain Jalousla! :and entrance Missing reels froma ,, I When Will They II III ) 4 !' beSt .

into
broken
Three houses were

4 to Jimmied on the Little Harold to Bedford O'Steen gala: home The entrance.door was drill a .410, a a guage tool heavy box single duty and barrel Milwaukee contents shotgun -, I Gives 1970 Draft I! ii I

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a GE radio, two tackle boxes
19-ln. portable
Missing are a 'n
.,,TV a 4-hp outboard motor, an tan?' a new green Coleman M.vMeY 101 f 1:7:1: 11 ( Can -I
Following is the order of 1III t: ] Aug.: t '
call for 1970 military induction MeY M 1jg::' Aug': t.l 1f ; I I
ov\"_ A". 55 14
determined by Mov Au. 61
SCOTT'SMobile the Selective Service Sys M'Mav",1i-lfi tN A"Aug.' 9-106=1 1tern's '" 1: 1
May Aua It.a l
birth date :
lottery May 1 1965 I 1 I
drawing Monday: May M y. J'.t.':!1d A98:: B=101Ma. J : i : : : I T {
SalesSPECIAL I MAV 221 2.9:=32 319* *Aug 00.: 11t.1B" i I I
Home
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; 3-251 1-31] MeY !1Pf-957"1 -
1 Mar. 9-317Mar. MOO : Aug.
-T.W en.: tm 1 10-323 May 290 3gt A09.: 1U929Ilen.
wl Jan.. 1-30a Mar; 1700 Mav 3't-10)!' ) Au.Au.. I loc. ,
*' $ Jan.: I=m Mir: \\4- MI' :. Aug.: 2416 : 1 .
sifei J.n.m. 10-3'15 Mor. 15-16' Jun. IIJUS '-229 Au. 5-286 : : : : t
JB". 11-3'1' MBr. 16-166 ItfflUli\: Au.. 7-315
JB", 21 MBr. 1733 Au. \ .
r Y II Mar. 11-332 l1\ 3t Au.167. I 5 o I
Jun.
JO". Mor.. 19-200. I=: Au.; 61 A t4At m
5- I 17 Mer. 20- ]. u". I I AYg.. 12Jan. ,
Jen. Ma r ] u" 3 fi'H".
1-356 t
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JJ.n. MBr. 733-26S : : : : 2J A 1I
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Feb.. 5- 141 Apr. \11. JU"Jun 21'1-353 311I-209' SeD.. 21-204 \
A.r. Se 2-160 1 ,
Feb Ili ,,2-3. j: 9 :
: Apr. : 1 Jul. 11-93 Sep. 3-11.1'S
!31'Apr' IS-33 jul. 11-115 55ep. 25-'.' ;: ?:: .
1970 60 ft. Long, 12 ft, W3 FFab.l 11f5O.. Apr..r. Jul' 41-279 So.. 2618 I
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Feb Apr.: 19-323 1 Jul. i 1eo.
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LOW OVERHEAD MEANS Fob. = Aar21-267: Jul.': 11-;; 7 Oct.:: 1 637Fob. I
." 297 ; Jul. 11-120!' gCI. 7-73. t
1-726 Apr. 2'-191 Jul. 1-283
Feb '" tI
SAVINGS FOR YOU! Fob. 25-179 A.r. 3 0-701 JU. 11-:190 Oct. '-347Fob. I
6-365 1u.) !. 2U7_ ct' 10720Fob. -. + I
Fob.: 1-- MaY -298 ju', :211 27 ct.1. 272 I
Feb, 29-2IS Jul !212-153 I
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4-275 JUl.. 3kl I- BOJuj ;! "-241
ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET Mar 5-293 M.1.7 Jfll 270Jul I
1: 10=287 :t.2y91243: : :::: :;: :: : : : :: +
STARKE JUl 101-193AUJ. :: t 9
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shortage of Diamonds. Mines are T
There in' a great
out The Price Rise is Terrific We bought e f1flIMSanta!
giving
Increase See us before you buy 7/ !
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before the price Selection to r $
We still have a large
Diamond -
m any FREE ENGRAVING
Choose from. ON PURCHASES /: ,i .

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/ MANHATTAN LARGE SELECTION

"' and BVD SHIRTS DRESSES Wand

J\ ..r.- I I16 .' PAJAMAS SIZES 3 TO 52
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Just A Few Suggestions From Our Complete Line Of 'I We Carry up to size 19 shirts for

; Ken. COMPLETE LINE
Jewelry
: .' LOVELY BOXED INITIALEDHANDKERCHIEFS CHILDRENS WEAR
ury v %'0
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,, PIERCED EARRINGS llth Grader % Lord Buxton "' Bedroom Slippers FROM INFANT UP

<'' BRACELETS tp., ,
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/11 Bill Folds ''
e Get Your Official
NECKLACES 1 o y. TIES SOCKS Handbags Gloves

BIRTH STONE RINGSMOTHER'S CLASS RINGS I'
Boys and Mens STAY PRESSES
RINGS JEWELRY] Lady Buxton
|Ai WILLIAMS '
LEVIS CORDUROY
2 .7" AND DON'T FORGET OUR
CLASS -RINGS Clutch! Purses 't COMPLETE SELECTION OF
KEEPSAKE Diamonds $28.00 up I CASUAL AND DRESS
-i SPIDEL BANDS
Immediate Delivery or 4 Cultured I Pearl PANTS SLIPS PANTIES
ZIPPO LIGHTERS '
A Weeks <* Special Orders.. I

.: SHOES FOR THE BRAS ETC.

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j.4. STARKES LARGEST AND FINEST JEWELER $

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1 << Smith as 'their Project Leader.
1 Mrs. Edwards has worked' with
4-H News '
: the Starke, 4-H Club for a number
of years and has already
helped tho group elect their
officers for this year. Officers
:Include Tom Edwards presi-
a r dent: Walter Prevail, vice-
president: Susan Edwards! secretary
; and Vicky Sue Ander- i
son, reporter.Mr. .
Smith has also had a HEATING! HEADQUARTERS
great deal of 4-H experience.He .
has worked for four yearsas
a 4-H leader In Tampa and
one year In a community 4-H
club program In Alabama. '
Programs for the year will
Include a study of beef cattle! SADE
s4 types feeding. :, fitting; and A" S solve' your heating problem
grooming for show showman \I
ship and livestock Judging., with the remarkable SIEGLER
The members also plan to con-

and duct shows., cattle tours of ranches members and:
Requirements' for member- ./n This Area
ship Include at least one live
stock project with a completed '
record book, exhibiting their ,' 'L"J THERMALAIRE..kO' '
project In a fair or show, giving ...... .. d >.
demonstrationand '. .' o ... ,-'I'..;. R. y i s
at least one t i 4 11

meetings.75 per cent attendance at r {(' : 40,000 BTU 1 lr

The club meets on the first .t :

Examples of 4-H project work are Gerald Men? off and third: Monday nlgh'ts' of Jj:(: .,- _.I." ,' ,,----1----, HEATER : ii

Hampton and Brenda Starling of Lawtey with their each!:month in Starke.in the Anyone AgricultureBuilding between --1', ;;., '," '... HEATS UP TO 5 I ROOMS ".''..A'" f

4-H projects. ,I 9 ,and 19 years of age :t: 1- :,. ) ;
<, .
Gerald is shown with his top grade heifer caughtat who is interested in becoming ',. ", !I t ;
the 1969 Calf Scramble. a 4-H member should contact ./' ,\ ... ;t. :i Matches Perfectly 4 .;. 1'uii11I 4
!Mrs. Edwards. Mr. Smith o*' < 'It 1; '" b"
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Any Decor
the County Agent's Office in :" .r e',,::,:; ..., "l .
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\\Starke. '-"
HAMPTON 4-H NEWS i .... :. .r.. k ''
The Hampton 4-H Club Is a ;. IDa Special Low Price ;,
Joint Club of. boys and girls in "5& ." -..- -..: :::.
the Hampton area. At the present -
: time the boys and girls ; '
are meeting separately so that g; : ; I I
greater emphasis can be placedon 95 ; '
related _.. ? k,
work and
A A 1h' activities.project ft' .... ( $69. i gar

Members have conducted: a
project tour ,with each member
showing his records and telling d.9. i
the group of his project plans
for the year. Programs for the
4 t4a year will includ leadership:' FREE SAFETY PILOT.r; #*7tf 3
activities such as parliamentary
procedure, public speak-
Pvt"alt ing, 4-H demonstration and 4-H
contests and activities
16,000 BTU - 22.95
:. The Hampton Club 'Is meeting Semi-Central Heating System
,
on the second and (fourth Mon-
t day's at 3:30: pm. at the OM<
School In Hampton. Anyone interested 28,000 BTU - $32.95ALSO The Siegler Mark III pours floor level
the Club
In Joining
can attend "the meeting or con- heat out the front back and both sides:
OfficeIn for mull i without
:tact the County Agent's - -room heating costly

Brenda shows the steer she will enter In the Great. OTHER Starke.CLUB NEWS j EN-TE-R I pipes and registers.: Build it in the wall
er Gainesville Area Steer Show and Sale next March The Starke 4-H Club Is meet 1 OUR FREE RANGE t or just pin it to the wall. In two-tono

BY BOBBY TAYLOR ing at 4 p.m. each first and I baked enamel or luxurious wood grain.
In every phase of the 4-H pro- third Monday in the Agriculture CONTEST NOW AT SLADE GAS I
4-H ADVISORY gram. Building In 'Starke. The vinly coaling it will add beauty and
COMMITTEE:: MEETINGWith of our Evidence of. progress Is already Lawtey 4-H Club Is meeting on I I wonderful new comfort in your home
the assistance apparent In 4-H members and third Tuesday at OFPEIt AND CONTEST; ENDS
County 4-H Advisory Commit the first I j Come in soon and see the cvnor/rablo
project work and record keep. 3:30 'a't' the Market Plat- MI )NI(:IIT OF NOV. 22nd. In 1
for : p.m. D D V f
deflnte; plans a progressive
tee Ing. There Is also much inter HIT new Siegler t Mark III nulomallCS
Brooker :
In Lawtey. The of the
: 4H program, for 1969- members in such form t IV IL. i case tiff curliest entry will
70 have been formulated and cst 4-H activities among as Judging, con- 4-H Club at Is Irregular meeting intervals In projectgroups at I win. No purchase; to n >ce: "Marv, I heating :system.wwww : .

(progress is already being majJe. tests, demonstrations, rally time. A definite -
Serving 'on the Committee are days, and fairs and shows. the meeting present schedule will be an- INSTALLED COMPLETELY Including
Mrs. Don Hill of Hampton. Plans are being followed for
:Mrs. R E. Lee of Lawtey. and close supervision! and follow-up nounced later.: emphasis Is Venting Wiring of
Even though ,
cf Starke. SLADE GAS
Champion
Don visits ,by agents and leaders Agriculture and :
Extension placed on Thermostat
with
Meeting with individual 4-H memberand ,
In 4-H project
O. T. Hugglns. Bobby L- Home Economics
agents 50
McCain. their parents. work, 4-H Is open to both rural Gas Linea
and Martha Sue .
Taylor 4 JI CLUB
LIVESTOCK -
that and urban youth between 9 and $329
the committee suggested members of the
Thirteen AND APPLIANCES
and has something -
4-H members, parents leaders: Starke 4-H Club have organizedInto 19 years of age, matter what
strive for quality for you no
and agents and
a new club to study:: your interest might be.

jects concentrate and activities.on livestock pro- Contact today your for County more informa-Agent'sOffice '332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 .

SMITH PLUMBINGAND They selected Mrs. Betty Edwards tion about how you can join
SUPPLY CO. to serve as their Organizational
"'11.
Leader and Dan
| Contracting: and repairs | I 1
Plumbing Fixtures -

I Irrigation Water Heaters- Iron- Pumps Filters -1. SLADE 2 GREAT

}Water Softeners GAS :Easier 1-iving

964-6023 PHONES or 961-58321: G. E.Home Appliances of apPliance giving means BARGAINS I IM S


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phone book) W


G. E. Refrigerator I G E. WASHER I

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EXPERT Ice freezes extra fast! :

Tree Surgery .
CleanClothes
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T.Tr..I.m..ul../udin. j 17.6 cu. ft. No Frost Refrigerator "
Prumn. with Jet Freeze Ice Compartment
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C..ity Iop.i, I freezlngl--!
EVERY JOB 165 Ibs. Extra Long j;
Freezer holds up to
Completely|n.ui.ftS 1" '1q
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p.ym.n'A.I.bl.SAPP'S, .Plan jt ; nr ti section. Life
freezer door shelves for Va gal. ice cream rj;

e cartons 11 juice cans. PermanentPress t
Till SUKOtONS03 shelves 1 slides out,
N.W'lh s. Four cabinet i
...21.6a1.lna'NISVILLI.I 1 adjustable.
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Twin vegetable bins, 2/3 bushel. Cycle

Coil-free back fits flush to wall.

Rolls out on wheels for easy cleaning. I
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Only 30W' wide and 66" high. / r

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PHONE M4-7071
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Service Station THK INTKMMANK CAND

>as pUs Lubrication
Monarch Tire A.Batierlc 332 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964.7701 STARKE, FLA. ,
ROAD SERVICE: 1
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Library Building Commit .

Reports Fund Response GoodThe : .Ploytex'Free Gift' & Free Trial


and ''the need for resource materials :
Bradford County Library
nrah becomes
? mon evident
Building Committee reports: every' day," Mrs. Sanders said1.'
that contributions are coming "Today the moon tomor- $ *
:In "extremely well" as the J29 valueSHOWER N
row where? Are we doing to
deadline for 'the purchase of
cause our young generation to -
'the Parks property on Walnut
seek resource materials else CAP d5'
r + (Street approaches. where than In Bradford: Coun-
The committee Is confident ty? It Is our belief that we all
/will be mate.:
that the purchase
care and will make this dream
: and that application for matching of a new library! a reality." when
:3f funds will also 'ba matte Mrs. Sanders went on( to say you bud
:within the next few weeks. Any that there were some who
1 persons who have not yt sent wanted to give, but '
t were afraid 1 rM
In their contributions are urgedto PLAYTEX .
'We' ir,4 r +A '/ dt the money would only lie Idle. 5 a _
do so now.Longplay
/ She
assures the public, however
.
'albums are on display w! 'WI
that
the property( will be
at 'the Chamber of COm- bra
purchased: and "if you have or
s merce /where, for a dollar donation
hesitated: because of this, pleasedo
to( the building fund1, the
not hold
your contribution. '

_: 4 donor his choice may select from"a an group'albumof do- :Give fund.now"to the library ibulldtng girdleand..YOlJR \ : : ;

nated to the library building
"It Is planned
to( publish a:
fund by WPXE radio.:
list of contributors! next week"
Mrs. John Sanders chairmanof Mrs. Sanders: said, "so If your
the committee, says It Is .contribution has not bean sent' \ MONEY'
.
rk av, ratifying to have so many re. /
In yet, please do> so :now and jt1k '
sponding to the need: for'better
get your name on the Roll of BACK if not satisfied
Quartermaster 2nd Class James B.:.Talley III, of and more. adequate library facilities. Contributors to the Bradford: ?

Starke plots the location of the USS Taussig while 'The .quest for knowledge supporters.County Library" Building Fund
operating off the coast tf Vietnam. ,

Local Navyman CompletesSix Doyle Conner 1.03 In. Avgv Come in now and buy a PLAYTEX Bra or

.: -- -- k Girdle. You'll get a free" $1.29 value shower
Months Cruise in Pacific: Honored By 4-H Rainfall Here \- /_---" if
from PLAYTEX. And yodon't
Second Class t-- cap
Quartermaster
"The Navy Is good he
James B. Talley III, of Starke says. "You get to see a lot of National Congress Bradford County had an love your new PLAYTEX Bra or Girdle
of 1.03 Inches of rain
has completed a six-month the world, learn a lot of different average "" "'" it PLAYTEX for a full refund.
to
Commissioner! of return
Agriculture during the week ending! Mon- ;
cmLse In the Western Pacific! things, and learn to get
aboard the destroyer USS Taus along with people." Doyle Conner received a national day. New River reported) 2.30 M '.. Qy Full details are on a coupon you'll find on
award at the 48th Nation. ditches Highland: had 1.90. and 'g
(DD-746)). '
sig duties Include standIng
Talley's
: and
PLAYTEX displays.
: packages
al 4-H Congress in Chicago last Santa Fe 1.80. ; :: s
Talley, 22, Is the son ol Mr. bridge //watches as quartermaster
and Mrs. J. B. Talley Jr., of at \sea, where he keeps 'week. Since January I, the Forest )
Starke. As a quartermaster, the quartermaster's notebook Conner received a Ooli Key Service has reported 73 fires .
he works with the ship's navi- :regarding events that occur award from the Olin Corporation with 439 acres burned.' Duringthe *25t charge for postage and handling.

gator In plotting Taussig's pos Aboard the San Diego, Calif.- ,sponsor of the 4-H Alumni same period, last year there zg tr'f ,
Recognition program. 129 fires with 930.4 acresburned. yui
were
ition. :based ship. He also takes hour- ,
Some 1.650 delegates' representing ( a PLAYTEX "Cross-Your-Heart" and
and f.
ly ship's position checks i -
every state, Puerto No fires were reported dur- *
SEE reports sea and weather conditions it "Living" stretch bras. White. 32A-40C.
,
Rico, and Canada participatedin the week.
ing past
which are sent to fleet / ? From $3.00 "D" sizes $1.00
ThePaintfeople' tha Congress, keynoted by i ( more.)
'weather facilities. Secretary of Agriculture CLifford Profile of Antarctica J
i The Taussig's mission during M. Hardin a former 4-H 2i. l!'' e PLAYTEX made with LYCRA ("Double
Moore her last operation period off member, himself. Airborne radar, mounted on
PAINTS the coast of Vietnam before Conner was honored nation- a C-130 Hercules transport of 1' Diamonds" style shown) and "5 Ibs.Thinner" .

I returning home attack was as aircraft plane ally as one of eight outstand! the United States Navy based tit r girdles. White. XS S, M. L.
guard for the rag 4-H alumni In the country.A at McMurdo Sound will chart I ,
CENTRAL PAINT carrier USS Hancock. The de native of Bradford County, '; From 695. (XL XXL sizes $1.00 more.)
the ice-buried continent sur-
STORES INC. \stroyer's task during plane !he was elected Commissionerof Lycra I i,Du Poni'a registered. trademark
guard is to assist In the resoue rounding the South Pole.
Agriculture In 1960 and!
< reelected
; 636 NW. 13th STREET of aircraft pilots) who might Over 500 flight hours of i
In 1964 and 1966.
GAINESVILLEPHONE crash during 'takeoff or land- A past president of tre Southern paths have been laid out and .
I 376-1291 : ing. Association' of State De will encompass roughly 50 mis-

--- - sions to plot out the profileof sumpsDEPARTMENT

the mountains and valleys

under some' 14,800 feet of ice.

Friday and SaturdayLADIES ;pertinents of Agriculture, Con- ci STORE
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log aboard the Polar.lt *..ibma- Ch.pp.lle. ainglai Joaephine Chappll. aingle. Carl P.eigon.y .
ing incentive for outstanding !fine USS Thomas A. Edison tRota. Dora. eigon.y, M. wit., Peerl oh: widow,
Il"h C1.r:noe Or.nt Ruth aunt, hl. wit., N.rl. ., ..LnqulSOn.
BHS By-Lines NEWS ABOUT trainees. It was based on range Spain. Al........, U wSO_. Meek Swn U An.Un. 1v.n. Ill. .u.,
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t tr proficiency test scores military the U. S. Atlantic Fleet Is a ._._. :'; .10 .. H. ..ub". d.o..e.d. o. .. Livln'....... 0..0. 00"
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By Joyce Allen potential. lUIJICY" 201 ....v.... Poaaaaaion In ravor of John 0. 01..., Claranoa
to carry A6 Polaris A-2 .... \ NilliMta and Zaaao Cummincja. .. .u..... off Horning. Star
Private Clark son of Mr. of O.uIU. 1 Lod,. No. 24. Fro and Aooaptad. Haaona.HKCHOM .
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than 1,700 miles 29030-2103! ITS?! ROAD 16 BRADFORD" COUNTY DEflCRIFTIONgtJUtCKI

Report cards will be given Friday December 5, Is the Lawtey Is a 1969 graduate of Edison Is as, 'wilt of SublXlllL1"1neSquadroD
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out Filday. If parents wish to first Friday of the: month and Benjamin Clark Jr. nas RJE High. School Stark, and aet before you ar 1104.1 RZOKT OF HAY

pick up report care's at the PTA all seniors may wear slacks to been promoted to grade E-2 on was employed: by Trlest Const. Sixteen. open door.-Rev.( 3:8),1) that. part ofi

meeting Thursday:! night at graduation from ,basic combat Co. before entering the service.
school. training. Private Clark was assigned Lot .... 1. Block ''. tivintjaton., Truby a com....."'* Bubdlvlaionin .
BHS they can do so. Until next week see you A door can be either way Saotion. 28. Townahip 6 Bouth ..... 22 .... as recorded in

-- .. around the campus.A talon to Company 1st : B, 5th United Bat- Seaman John M. Spengler It's kind of embarrassing in or a way out. We need Ito discover PloyIda.JUyiiwj Plat Book. MO. 1. p..,,. 25, public record of Bredfbrd County

Brigade USN. son of Major and Mrs. when your country, hat the what kind of a door we
Sta :!s Army Training Center. of end within 30 feet of the aurvey III,. ot .....
V. J. Spengler of 428. N. Bread- kind wouldn'twant northerly
of money you/ :
FLORIDATHEATRE looking for. The dowrs of .
are described *
congressional critic I Infantry.The ....0 16. portion ,38030-2503 aaid .u..i lina being
way ,and husband 'of the former your/ name aiiociatedwith. _..
blames much of the cost of promoton! was 'awarded failure frustration and insecurity soU

repairs on "delicate" automo- two months earlier than usual. Miss Gilda Graham oil! 1327 E. we need 'to close behind Begin on the aoutherly. axteneion of the weat \ina of Lot 1. Block.
Call St. all of Staike la serv- and .. ,'. Addition .. ro..o.d.O in
biles. Apparently with machines us not in despair but fin the 24 of Livingston Truby co..p. ,
Dead Book. "J*. p.,. 232 of Bradford County. .Florida, at a point
as with people so faith that already neW' and 30.20 feet southerly from the BW corner of Mid Lot 1. .run thane.
of the We hear of limousine lllber- .. 72'16'07" .. 113.19 I..' to the. beginning of curve soncava
-. many big problems are all and ptck-up truck coraerv- better ways are opening to us. to the northerly. having a radiua of 618.51 feat run thane aouth-
hereditary. ...... ... .nd northeatarly Long..ld oirve through a total
Fish & Always the door to our' good .1"* *
FRIDAY, SATURDAY City Meat aUves. Together they make It *. 0......L angle of 175240M A 01....... of 3..0 fat to the and of
tough for toe mlddlt-of-the- stands open for God has ]jju'{ raid curve. run ..h...* .. B"S1'U12..0J f... toth. aaet line
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road there. of .....81.... 2.. T. 68., .. 22 .... at a point 131ft.S feet aoutharlyfroei
Double Feature Program 301 Market pedestrian. .h. MB corner of aid Section 26.Containing .

0.04 acre. nor* or 1.... exclueive of axiating rod

CH6ROKB* PRODUCTIONS right of way.OMHBD .


Pifcnfi'SUPPORT DRIVEINShow Under New Management ... John H. Hlcka and Lo....." ......0.. Hicke, hi. wife.PAftCEI. .


Open Tuesday through Sunday 1131.1 RIGHT OP NAY

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Admission 75c 27. Townohip 6 South Range 22 ..... bounded on north by land
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LOCALSHERIFF" PRICES GOOD EVERY DAY IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ..iiA! of John Parker on Boot by land of Conway and tflevb. by PowollBflUth -
II JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Company and Booth by public road Reaction

FRI. SAT., SUN. .. jIA FORD COUNTY FLORIDPI I
Lying northerly o2 and within 60 foot of the aurvoy line of 6ULBoad '
DECEMBER 5, 6, 7 GRADE "A" CIVIl ACTION NOI 10, Section 38030-3303. echO ..rrvo, lino bo ing ...db.,. ai follovat

Double Feature Program I 1 0 S.. R. 22 B.. .. n ioo.nt ',-
Begin on th* wet lino of Section 27 T.
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1 COLOR Deluxe United Artists STATI OP FLORIDA DBPAMTHSm
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( TRANSPORTATION. I 1316.50 feat ouLhorly from tha tnt corner of sold Section >7,. r."
i FRYERSlb. 39 ( thane .. 50*51'U- .. 1445.61 Caet to the 'jinning of n cm vo
T M II AT" II ( mnaBRADFORD I concave to the northerly having a rndiua of 3019.72 feet, run '
northeaeterly along aid curve through total central
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COUNTRY COUNTY IP angle of 154240" U diatanc of 1047.41 feat to th* end of laid

PLUS MatltlftlU I ourv and end of said aurvey 11,..

CLINT EASTWOOD SMOKED SAUSAGE Lb. 69c V. ; Containing right of way.0.21 acre more or laaa, axcluaiv of ..d.Un.ooa

MARGARET CARTER, n .1.! I '

ROBERTMITCHUM CENTER CUT OWNED BYi Delia Keller deceased, and any unknown hire, deviaea,
i and/or other eleimant under Said Delia .Keller deceeaed.

In...,. if of Janea. Franklin Keller, ainglai
PORK CHOPS Lb. 79c . .. ... ....,. ..... SUBJECT TO Floaei ....d..ny. HcLendon, widow Haybelie ....U.
ANGIE'YOUNG Robert. end Joieph Haceo ....b..... her huabend, Clyde
Hogen and Birdie Hogen hia ..If., Willie Hogan and
,...11. H....... hia wifai Carolyn Heller Bell a widow
nd unknown h'ire. deviteee, and/or otherelaimanta '
''I 3 DOZEN any
Si NOTICE OF HEARINGTO under eaid Delia Keller, deceaaed.

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nCOlOAb 1 )Mm United Artists I U. S. GOOD THE STATE OF FLORID TOi and being North of public road known .. th. '..k Boad.

RIB STEAK LB. Lying northerly of and within 77 feat of th. line of State
T H e A T R C - 69c -- uxvy
111 .O- ....0 16, Section 2Q030-2503 laid .urrv., line being .......lbod ..
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(101.1, 163. 1 Either wiredhl..ton .. ... .. 1053 feet .
P..uq ....la 111710; 22 point outharly from th HM corner
DEC.. 8, 9, STEAK LB. 59c Carl .. Ug n.V P*RCEJ| 1103.1 141.1 of **ld SKI of ..'.. run thanea M. 83'071S3B.. 2489.17 feet to the
411 Cowpath hood M.R tl **.t lea of aid Section 23 wet lin. of Section 14. T. 6 B.B. ..
L.nid.1., Pennsylvania LI44PARCH. < Alloa aio...... 22 ..) at 5 point 545.9 feet northerly drop th. AM corner of
"A 1101.1 1<1. I 39 Heat CoovarMeenaalcaVur aid Section 24. continue .h.... M. 53*07'n. .. S005." foot to
remarkable Rib and Brisket Stew LB. *, Penaaylvania' 17SB SFARCIL the beginning of a curve concave to. th. outherly having ....a.. ef
TECHNICOLOR : 39c Dorla BiflOMy 110).). Ut.l 17168.91 feet, run thence northeaatorly along said ourv through
413 CovpaUl Boad ...., 111 .n ,angle of 01*04'49' dlatanca ot J24.09 feet to the .... U...
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.Lanadal. Pennsylvania HM4t Rural DeliveryKnoM. of ..10 Section 24 (wet lina of Section 19. T. .., .. 23 ..1
PARCH 1101.1 its. iAngala ......ylv""l." ... U point 11839 feet northerly Croat th. 8Vf 0'.." of celd Section
"HA.G'EM FRESH SHRIMP Ch.ppoll. PARCH. 1101.1 145.1 19. theno from a tangent bearing. of .. 54.13...- .. continue northaeterly -
LB$1.49 131 Duiwitt B ra.fc along aid ......... through ......1.01 03"M'3l" ..b......
Ian An..I., 4..... 7I22M Lea.1'M Stoup OS .71." feet. to the *nd of aaid ........ and .nd of aaid survey lin.
PARCBL101.1, 111.1, SalivaryEnM.
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San 1M..1 1309 Bast Jaokaon StreetBlpulpa BYi MM Hurrhea Booth individually and aa Guardian of th..ta .
I ,',. PARCEL 1101_ ,1, OklahOM 74044 .. of Edith Murrhe. incompetent* ajtd her husband
STANDARD PARCEL 1101.1 1f 3.1 T. Counta Booth, .. heIra-atlew of Arthur F. Hurr......
l COLOR by Ollexe. APPALACHICOLA Angelina Bv.nRout. deoeeaed end any Unknown heive, devieeee and/or other
A 9font*.frv Alfid Aobnen 7. Bon to A. .. MailerEhlenton oleiavinta under Arthur ,.. Murrhee, deaeaaad.
raleasid. thru UnitBll Artists STANDARD Bxoalaior, Mlnnaaota IS3XL Pennsylvania 113730
SUNM PT. $1.39 PARCEL U01.1 lIES PARCEL 1103.1, 149.1 PAMC8L U".L DRAINAGE BASEMENTUttBKAL
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Hlnnaaota Him PARCEL 1103.1 141.1

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tat J.okaonSapulpa Msrldien. Pennsylvania Lot 4. Block 43 of Livinrjiton, Truby and Compeoy'e Addition accou**
Okl.how. 741I PARCEL 1103.1 11.1 ing. to plat recorded in Plat Book .. page 41 of tha public ....0.'.
PARCEL 1101.1 IRIS of Bradford County Plorica, and that part of \>*t of HB..*.| of Section .
""...... HellerRural 28. Townahip 6 South nango 22 .... lying *a.tof Block 24 o.Llvlng..on. .

Ruth 1112 oranc.... .....0.. Ero-x. Delivery Pennaylvania Truby and conpany'e Addition according to plat recorded
lapulpa, ok1oh_ 741K PARCEL 1103.1 141.1 in Daad Book MJ". pogo 232 and _.. of Block 47 .nd 40, Llvinj-rtt.,
1(9.1 Addition according to plat recorded in Plat Coot
PARCEL 1101.1 Truby and Company'
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Juna Horn. Pennsylvania 143730
11G Routa" 1 PARCEL 1103.1 141.1 Lying right of and within 21 foot and loft of and within 31 feat of
willow MillMachanioaburg la tar ul ditch aurvay lino, ald aurvey line Doing Oe*crtbml ..
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.....ylY..I. 170SS L. O. HellerEalanton
PARCEL 1103.1 105.. Pennsylvania 1I17M followtOoiwtvanca
Dune) H.aaRouta PASCI6103.1, 141.1 on the ......1" .Ktana ion of tha aoutt. lina of lot 10.
1 Block 31 of Livingston Truby and Company'a. Addition according to
111 How Mill tMachanioabura Mibal. Mailer plat recorded in D..d Book "J' page 232 of tha public rcoria of
"I ..n .ylv."I. 170SS _.n.on. Pennsylvania 113730 Bradford county. Florida, .. point 22.94 fort .....el, from the
r PARCEL 1103.1 1>1.. PARCEL 1101.1, 141.1 .. corner thereof run thence H. 173649" .. 5S faat. run thoncaH.

Maria Mailer 1*56'11' M. 597 fat to the Point of Beginning of lateral ditoh.
John II. Nicks .. 1S611" loa .... to tha and
....100 AVI.Apartnane .. Poet Office hot 301Su .v.y line, continue thence "
120 North 4C ...,..1. California ,4.o2l of aid ipurvey 11...

whit Plaina, H... xoiK PARCEL 1101.1, 141.1
PARCEL 1104.1 Containing 0.13 acres) more or 1...# exclusive of axiating road
Miry _U.. .
,,'..'on. penn.ylvinia 113731 eight of way.OHMBO
Lomay Jackton Mloxi20 PARCEL (,0J.I. 14S.1 BY, Bva Rillian, a widow hair at law of J. M. Truby, daca.Bad|
\ North Kanaloo AvinuaiApartnanfe ..4 _11... end H........ Carter, a widow, hair at law of O. .tt> Livingaton
4CHhita tork Oat office Box 12 "'...._d, L. Q. Waller a Very. ...U.', hia wife, C. O. Waller,
Plaina. Naw Biuarlght Oklahoa 74030PARCEL a widower* A. S. Wallar a Pays ...n.., hia ..If.. Harry
PARCEL 1104.1 : 1103.1 liS.1 Riina Idtth Kline, hia wife, C. D. HI1 ford t Bather Mil ford.
hia ..if., Mabel Wails, ainglat T. P. Xiblar t Bila Kibler.
loalla NO,.. irdla .. June H....
Hogbn hia wifei Ruth McDowell" a widow Samuel H. t
% 1922 Colllngwood Bl l. 147 Hamilton Street hi. wire Alica Richard, a widow Ch.I... ".U.., marital
Toledo Ohio .JSO' Yolado Ohio 41402FAK.KL ...... unknown Leo ... Shoup 4 Avenial Shoup, hia wifat
/ PARCEL 1111.1 1111.1 Corena Wallar .In.'., Hallie Janes, a widow Angela
Chappella single Jn..phln. chappelle, ....10. Carl ..
wlllla Hogan Clycto II.,... .1...." Doric ,'.on... hi. ..U.. Pearl strong a widow
1922 Collingvood Blvd.Tolado 147 Haailton street Clarence Grant a Ruth Grant. hi* ...1/.. Maria Waller, .in.'.,
Ohio 41C02 ...Toledo Ohio 41402PARIEL Bdna Alexander a .widow Mick Bvan 4 .....lIn. Bven hie wifet
PARCEL 1111.1 1111.1 Tad Wallar, aingla, haira at law of Angelina "Heller, ...0.....,
davletandor and unknown heira, daviaee. ..d/o, othar claimant under
heira, '
Mallla Jane Any Unknown claiewnta" Baid any J. M. Truby, deceaaad, O. ... Llvl.'....... d........, and
year give fun for al) at Christmas Quality d .3'' Oil City PARCEL...tlOl.l.....1".1.K9.1 11KIOX under D.11.other..11... deoitesidence _. Angelina .Waller, ........01.

sports equipment from Starke Builders Sup PARCEL Unknown 1131.L BUBJBCT TO Ad,..*. PoeEiion In Favor of John D. Digg, ClarenceBtar
I s Ella Riblar .. and 10..0 C.-i.,.. .. Trwtw. o. Morning
plies. Here you will find gifts for everyone on Laka.ct.", Pannaylvinla 14423 Any Unknown holra, d.vlw.uIr" Lodga No. 26, Free and Accepted Haon.

your list The largest stock in this area, all "y PARCEL 1101.1 15.,1 under and/or If oth.c. N. Llvl.O1.le.nt........., YOU AND EACH OP YOU ARE HEREBY SEVERALLY NOTIFIED THAT THE PLAIN-

fine quality that will last for many; years to come. T. F. Klbl.r decaaasd.taeldancs Unknown.
TOGETHER WITH ITS
Eouta TIFFS) FILED ITS SHORN COMPLAINT OR PETITION.
Shop Early. Laka ct.", Pannaylviitla 14423 PAACIL 1101.1
PARCEL 1103.1 IIS..1 Any Unknown haira, devleesa DECLARATION or TAKING IN THE. ABOVE STYLED COURT AGAINST YOU AND
oth.r 01.1......
J'A i Eva Kllll.nmadox Arthur ,.. Hurvhea 'ACH Of YOU AS DEFENDANTS SEEKING TO CONDEMN THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
B09 Boyd Btr..c eieeeeed.
Haynaavilla, North Cuollin ....,.....0. Unknown PROPERTY LOCATED IN -BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. BY EM I DENT
i PARCEL 1101.1 IIS.1, PARCEL 1144.1
Use Our Lay-A-Vfay Plan DOMAIN PROCEEDING.YOU .
Edith Klin.Enl.nton Any tiknoim heirs, davieeea
Pannaylvania 111171 WI /ov other olaiaanta ARC FURTHER NOTIFIED THAT THE PETITIONERs( ) WILL CALL
PARCh.301.1.165.,1 under, J. H. ruby,
."'....4. UP FOP HEADING BEFORE THE HONORABLE tr.7 / .nAeri
Harry KlinaEMlanton ...,........, Unknown
FOR THEHUNTER P.nnaylvania 11117) PARCEL 1101.1 ONE op THE JUDGES OP THE ABOVE STYLED COURT on THE -2*>< DAY ot3&i
PARCEL 1103.1, 1<9.1
Any Unknown heirs, davlseaa .j A.D.. oBs, AT J0.6 O'CLOCK. C11La.. IM

Muth ..."... .11 and/or. other oleiaanta Bind rer / .1 /dovsrJ",/nr.ec
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o lit Montelalr Ava. under ......Un. ".U... ?e 'un9' "

f : Pitt.burg PARCEL, Pannaylvinla 1101.1 105,1 191)7 R.ld.no.0..0.UnknownpAACa6 FLORIDA ITS APPLICATION FOR AN ORDER OF TAKING IN

. ._ 1101.1IP ACCORDANCE WITH its DECLARATION OP TAKING HERETOFORE PILED IN THIS

SAID DEFENDANTS All LIVING. AND IP Utf 0* ALL OP SAID 11- CAUSE. ALL PARTIES TO THIS SUIT AND ALL OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES

PENDANT OR DEFENDANTI AAM DECEASED. THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE. HEIDI. I "HAY APPEAR AT THE TIME AND PLACE DESIGNATED AND BE HEARD.
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DEVISEES ORANT.....CRIDIITORS LIKNOKS ft* OTHER PARTIES ftKD

*" SHOT GUNS *" HUNTING CAPS CLAIMING BY. THROUGH UNOEN. M AGAINST AMY SUCH DECEASED& DEPENDANT EACH DEFENDANT IS HEREBY REQUIRED TO SERVE WRITTEN DEFENSES,

*" RIFLES *" LATEST COMO. CLOTHING OR DEFENDANTI. If ALIV1. AND. IP DEAD THEM UNKNOWN .IP ANY TO SAID COMPLAINT OR PETITION ONI

*" *" SPOUSE. HEIRS DEVIIIES LISATUES.RABICES.. CREDITORS. tlENORS T. A. Yawn, Jr., County Attorney
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.4 the white-covered refreshmenttable. N.C. with the U.S. Marines Mrs. Pete Knight and sons in Hampton with their parents. Santa Juana
Mrs. Kennan served the
ltiicinoNBy At the Browns for dinner were have moved to North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill.
cake and Mrs. Clarence Mel- Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Carter Dove Field To'
ton served also Mr. and Mrs. Jack Car- while he Is aboard ship from
punch.
The newlyweds are making ter and JoAnn Salter. After the Navy in Jacksonville visited relatives in Daytona Open Nov. 22 0 ,

Mr*. D. K. DDId their home at Hampton Lake. checking in at the base in N.C. K.B. Watterson was able to Beach for Thanksgiving day.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rhoden
Jerry was .able.to', return to come home from Bradford The Game and Fresh Water
d tsar PERSONALSMr. Hampton 'fof -tbe. wbefcend.{ \ with County hospital Starka Mon- and family had as Thanksgivingdinner Fish Commission's Santa Juana

RUTH SIMMONS MARRIES and Mrs. Robbie Hinei Rand:,' Hayes, Larry.Rot :rts., day this week. A setback from company her father dove field will be open to
BILL UNDERWOOD HEREIn are expecting their son-in-law and Steve l sslterV'J;: ,2': his earlier' illness had caused E.K. Davis of Jacksonville. hunting November 22 during II1 UES
at ; William: Carter LlsfcvT; to hospital Attending a mission study and
a ceremony Hampton and daughter, Sgt. and Mrs. Mrs' him to return the covered-dish supper at First the second phase of the 1969-70
Baptist Church Tuesday evening Carlos Moss and daughter /Thanksgiving dinner ", on Monday last week.
Nov. 25, Mrs. Ruth Simmons guests wlttt,iff family at Putnam Mrs. Adolph Bruno and three Baptist Church in Starke on dove season.
Sharon week from
home this ,
Steven K. Stafford
According to
'
... ,. Miami, have Tuesday evening last week were
of Starke became the Hall. children of near
Nellis AFB Las Vegas, Ne-
bride of Bill Underwood of Otto V. Witt of Lake City; joined Mr. Bruno here. He has Joan and Alma Hlnson, Arbutusand Northeast Region Game
Mr. and Mrs. Moss and
Hampton Lake. baby vada. will be here through was a Sunday supper guest at been here for several months Mary Pear sail, and their Biologist for One Commission THE SIECW. GIrt
his cousin Mrs. store Intermediate GA leader Mrs. observations! by game management
Rev. Melvin Hamel performedthe the home' of since purchasing Home's
nines' and
Christmas with the ,
double-ring ceremony before M.L. Watterson. For Thanks-' while Mrs. Bruno remained to D.E. Hill. The mission study. personnel indicate birdS
Mrs. Moss is to here with .
the altar decorated with stay giving day Mrs. Watterson settle business affairs at their on the near east, included a are present in the field In sufficient
her parents while he goes to film, "Project Middle East." number to allow good
:
Watterson
baskets of mums gladioli, and Vietnam with the Air Forceon Joined the Frederick former home.
at the home of Mr. Thanksgiving weekend guestsat shooting
greenery. Mrs. Louise Hoganwas family For-
Jan. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Leaston
matron of honor and best and Mrs. Buford' Mitchell on the home of Mr. and Mrs. The Santa Juana field is located
Mrs. Minnie Marcionny spent sythand daughter Beverly
Lake Brooklyn for Bill Stone were her brother 8 miles south of S. R. 13 nae
man was Milton Mosher of supper
Thanksgiving day In Gainesvillewith have moved Into the Home house
Gainesville.The Thursday evening. and sister-in-law Mr.and Mrs. off of S. R. 313. A daily shotting ;
her son-in-law and daughter just west of the railroad tracks.
bride chose a pale blue Mr.'and Mrs. George Kennan Billy Cobb, and three children, fee of $2 U charged and
Brookins
Mr. and Mrs. W.F. May. The Orville family
suit, with a corsage of white and, family Mrs. Paula Smithof of Hollywood.Mr. permits will.be available at the
Also at the Mays were their had a reunion for Thanksgivingdinner and Mrs. R.L. Brown 2331 DEC'67M.P.55For
Lin-
Buck Mattehws,
carnations and white accessories. sons and families Mr. and Waldo with 24 present for the field.
Mrs. Hogan was dressedIn da Stone and Elaine Youngblood Rex had dinner Sunday, for a late The bag limit of doves la 18
Mrs. Spencer May and daugh- occasion. .Rev. and Mrs. list
collectors ,
Thanksgiving family get-toge- the antique on your
blue dress and attended a gospel sing at the with shooting hours(
a navy jacket ters of Gainesville, and Mr. Brooklns and children or-Pln- per day (
Mr. Mrs.
and her corsage was also and Mrs. Billy May of Ft. Armory in Jacksonville Satur- etta, Mr. and Mrs. Amel Be- Brown ther for, Jr. and family and of Starke R.L. !from noon till! sunset. Maps choose from our priceless collection of rare
All also
of carnations. Mrs. George day evening. were and regulations for the Santa
Walton. nlsh of Gainesville and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Holland Brownof choose the right
Day guests at the treasures. We'll help
Kennan sang "O PerfeetLove", Thanksgiving Juana field are available at you
Debbi Hicks spent the Thanks- and Mrs. E.W. Hodges and children Jacksonville, and Mr. and
and "More Holiness Give Me", Kennan home near Hampton. the CommL aton's Lake City collection.
giving weekend at Bob Jones Kennan and Buck Mat- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mrs. Joe Green of Maine, who antique to enhance their
and bridal music was playedby University in South Carolina.She Tony Parmenter and children, were oXfloey
;
Jack-
the Browns in
thews 'Qie" 4-day: weekend \ are visiting
Miss Carolyn Kennan. made the trip, Wednesday spent all able to be there. The Par-
from AFB at sonville on a vacation trip. *
here, Eglln 'MUSEUM
Following the a
ceremony with her moved back
through Saturday cousin menters recently Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Carter were QUIGLEY
reception was held In the pri- Joyce Hicks, of Jackson- Ft. Walton. to Hampton from Live Oak and Sunday afternoon visitors at TIIE ''I)1tt town is

mary building at the church.A ville. and Mrs. Wlllard Tho- are living just west of town the Browns. of an historical
Mr. thinking putting up
three-tiered wedding cake, E. Madison St.. (Hwy 100) Starke
The Kenneth Brown family mas had their family Thanks- on SR 18. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Estes, marker reading: "This
topped with bride and groom celebrated their Thanksgivingearly giving dinner on Friday eve- Brookins of Jacksonville were Jr. were Thanksgiving dinner historiAl mfTVnr Is located .OPEN DALlY INCLUDING} SUNDAYS

was frosted in white with pink with a dinner Saturday ning last week, when their son, unable to come for the reunion. guests with his parents, Mr. fartW +j* arching historicthanA I
flowers. The punch bowl"was evening, Nov. 19, since Jerry Debbie Hill of St. Petersburgand historicar
Gerald Thomas was able to and Mrs. Paul Estes at Doc- .>]Y utl"C?
circled with greens, and a bou- Hill of Gainesville "
Brown had to leave Tuesdayto be home. Wendy tor's Inlet. uiarrajrin North Atnerica.
quet of pink gladioli decorated return to Camp Lejeune spent the Thanksgiving: holidays


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1W Frank'A, Robhnen,1eU.ve bee
Go therapy work., although '
venom
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ted. To settle the question MALLARDS 5& 10
they both say more medical research ?
FOR SALE eJIGardening is needed. :>i
"Dating from Greece and
.,. JuII'ptI, JI:4Itd: .Pomet.it .has been noted most /
Shelled and Unshelled
lorHtdaa AgIoott( n1 :&.- beekeepers have been free ;
from rheumatic and arthritic
WHOLESALE & RETAIL teare -. I ,: ,
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Starke State Farmers Market to ward off these diseases."; '' ( ,r &W
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Getting stung by a honey Haynie added. )) .
hurts, but a University; of Florida :;/,. (" 2::.,
apiculturist believes alittle i Similary, he said medical ::-
bee venom can protectyou journals of many European .g.
and may even be usefulin countries have reported favor- :| ;#
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the treatment of arthritisr ably on bee venom research |:
Announcing > rheumatism. and clinclal work. University; '. ( .
"If nothing else, a person centers In Germany France :;
should find out If they are allergic Austria, and Switzerland have i:=
to bee stings and take reportedly tested this so- ::: >>
STARKE the necessary precautions to called "treatment", he said.If :r-<
avoid getting stung thereafter," you get stung Haynle recommended : H
says John D. Haynie of the Un- that old standby ;\
iversity's Institute of Food and >.
; home remedy: -- baking soda.
Agricultural Sciences (IFAS). Anything alkaline will do the ?:: .
TEXACO The 62-year-old beekeeping M trick of neutralizing the bee $:, -/ .:.::.
veteran has given uo counting venom, he said. :$ '/ ::
how many times he's been stung: PANTS PLUS-Holiday fash.ion's .
but "guestlmA ..." 1.... t... --, new "evening uniform"is "
Under New ManagementED perlencecl; at leas .l1.0! !OOUo s the pants-plus-dress look. "When bees are busy they're ij
Here ornately patterned cotton happy and in a non-stinging r::I
since he first started working ,
lace shapes a short dress mood. It's when they're loafIng 5:
COLE OTTO SIEMER with bees 39 Despite

years ago. ARA1)t
with sash tie and flaring pants because of the season or :;ij t Toy
being stung so often Hay- .
By Joy Stevens of California. Inclement weather that the g
COMPLETECAR nie said It still hurts as much become aggressive. Whenthey're :3, .
today as It did back in 1930.
from the :
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technic Institute Auburn researched I bees won't attack anyone. If v&
though, swelling ceases to bea the problem under the ,
are stung it's :?
SERVICEAll problem because the blood supervison of physicians, and you because you're in their probably.line5: Toyland Is now in full swing at Mallard's 5&10 in Starke and Keystone i
can combat the bee venom more talked about the merits of bee of flight When a bee file % Heights... Hundreds of Toys; Games Dolls, Tricycles Bicycles too ::
Texaco Products AvailableOPEN readily.AS rm "I'm none bee the worse. sting therapy at a recent meet- into you the sting: is an auto- % numerous to mention... Also gifts fur every member of the family... Gift
give the concerned blood a good workout stings, ing keepers of the Association.Florida State Bee- matte reaction becase the inj j: Wrapping/ Materials... Hurry, while selections are good. ,
sect's abdomen
curves around $
7 DAYS Its resistance to :
PER WEEK building
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and inserts the stinger, Hay- ::
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While many medical authorities it with bee stings Guyton cited ::
Your Patronage question the whole Idea numberous cases of relief from ::7:I MALLARDS 5 & 10 {II
of bee venom therapy, Haynie arthritis pains. In many Instances Now number one in the :;:
and others believe It's more he said people were nation's honey production fr.
Will Be Appreciated than "cured" of the disease. r #
just a theory.Professor even Florida provides a haven for :
F. E. Guyton now Haynie and another IFAS bee many beekeepers who truck : STARKE & KEYSTONE HTS. 1
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.. ,. and children and his mother Jacksonville visited' Mrs. T. Health Survey .
.who, is visiting them, spent 'the Blackburn and Mrs. Henry
latter part of the week with Redding: during the week. Mrs. To Start Soon !

LAWTEY Mrs.Beach.Denton'ji parents In Boynton C.spent R. Crews''the weekend and Glcnann with H.Crews C. In BradfordAn &&II

By: Ens BUnchkrd Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Prletft. Crews and .family In Clear- "j
,. Lamar Priest and Chuck Nor water. environmental health surf I!
4. ton spent Thursday with Mr. vey will start soon In Brad1 i
CHURCH ACTIVITIES and Mrs. P. H. Day In Cedar Miss Rachel Boyer' of Jacksonville ford County, according to County .
and Mrs. Cecil Wadeof T.A. Yawn, represent
Umted Method> -Sun- Judge
Grace
Key.Dinner Mr. and spent Thursday' the EnvironmentalHealth 1
day School 9:4n: a.m. Worship guests of Tampa tative of
services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Mrs. L. M. McClellan on night and Friday with Mr. andMns. Advisory Committee to *j
MYF 6 pjn. Cncur practice Wed. Thanksgiving were Mr. and W. F. Moore. the Health Planning County of This Christmas why not \
Inc. J
McClellan and fam- the Jacksonville Area j
nesday On Tuesday 7:30: p.m.evening of last Mrs.ily of Ronny Jessup. Ga., Mr. and wrlght Mr. and and Mrs.Undle Warren,were, weekend Boat-. The survey, which has Health the j 1 give the entire family that
of the County
children
week Thanksgiving Season was :Mrs. Maxle Reddish Farm and and visitors of :Mr. and Mrs. Officer support, will include what the new Florida Room, Den, or ,
the state
observed with a covered dish of Bill Woodard in Clearwater. community has to offer, and j '
McClellan you'veneeded
dinner in the recreation room Mr. and Mrs. Robert Denice returned with 'Ihem to what can be done toward future that new Carport
i
with more than a hundred In end son. Sanders 'VIsit until Christmas. improvement of the local physical for so long.
'. and Mrs Mack a
Attendance. Following' this theymet M% It will include I
for theprogram and 'girls Mr. and Mrs. !Mc- Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. environment. ,
In the Sanctuary such items as solid waste,general -
of music and a talk Iver of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. Gas lns this week were Mr. sanitatton, mosquito and
talk by Rev. Davenport of Al Pearson of Jacksonvillewere and Mrs. Jason and son JaY. other pest control, and water J i
Wain- Llmmy' Milliard
visiting Mrs. H. C. James :Milliard and
Starke.First Baptist Sunday School 'wright on Thursday.: Olberscuring ,, all of Jacksonville. supply.In recent. years there has beenan I
11a.m. the week were Mr. and '
Worih.p service increasing demand by
9:45: a.m. who is attending -
and children Norman
Charles
and 7:30: pjoi. Training :Mrs. Carrol Starling ale Florida UniversitY'apent'the governmental agencies com- |
Midweek ser of Mulberry. They were munlty officials, and lay citi-
Union 6:30: p.m. parentsMr.
in week with his j
'
!son
their young of
vices Wednesday 7:30: p.m. *o visiting Harold Norman zens for the preparation
University Medical Center. and Mrs. health plans
of God SundayI6coot the comprehensive j I
Church Worship Services Gainesville and took him home 'and family. They all joinedMr. covering all aspects of the ''
10 a.m. forThursday
L. P. Rafuse 'i
and Mrs.
and 6:30: YPE 7:30: with them. physical environment.
' 11 a.m.
Thursday. Enjoying Thursday dinner dinner. The survey analyses, and ,i
p.m.Highland Baptist Sunday with Mrs. Joe Dorko were Mr. Mr. and Mrs Joe Harley and recommendations will be made I "
9:45 a.m., Worship ser and Mrs. Kenneth Terrell and children spent t.heWeekend/ by lay citizens who represent r tlu
School : 1
of Gainesville ant Mr. and educational agencies, official .' t
''VIces 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. son (With Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harleyin
and chil bodies, individual citizens voluntary -
Arthur Green f $
Pray- {Mrs.
Choir practice 6:30: p.m. Bushnell. agencies and business- ar
7:30: dren. '
er meeting Wednesday Visiting Mr. and Mr?. John Mrs. WUlle Reddish attendeda men. The final report will be
p.m.Sympathy extended the Shuford and Dave during the celebration for her sister, a complete profile of the local -
Is Starling week were Mr. and, Mrs. Joe Alice Edwards, on her environment and may be
:Mrs.
Sarah
family Oil Mrs. St. Augustine of used In establishing prioritiesto
Sunday. Shuford and son of 90th ''birthday at the home 4E11a
who passed away on the of greatest need.
Shu- areas
here for Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mrs. J. V. Edwards in Brook r.
resident Council
She was a ford of Tallahassee and Mr. number of relatives The Health Planning
A large
many years. Shuford and family oc is a voluntary, non-profit organization -
and :Mrs. Sid for this pleasant
Friends will regret to learn 'gathered' ; serving Bradford and I
that Les McClellan la a patient. of Starke. casion. five neighboring counties. For i
<... -Bradford County Hospital. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dlnklns the past four years it has been i We have low, low prices on Building materials every month in the year,

His: inother.and Mrs.!Mrs. W.Elmer H. Hall Hall, and Mr.sons of Jacksonville. join- Joined other members of the County cooperating Hospital with various the Bradford types but this December we are making special effort to bring you savings
Mr.
and him during ed Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders family last Thursday for the of studies to Include patient have the home improvements you
visited it for to
and family and! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders Dlnklns family reunion at the statistics and Medicare.The that will make possible you .
.
the 'week.Mr. and all spent Sunday :home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Norman and sons first full meeting of the need.
and'' Mrs. James East
arrival of twinsons /with Mr. and Mrs. James An- Cotton the .
announce Kenneth, and Kevin in ders and family in Palatka.Mr. Lake. About 30 enjoyed the day for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Mia. Tom Whaley and a wonderful dinner together. Bradford II
County Hospital on and Dec 16, in the new
November Bradford 24. and son of Atlanta Ga., and Mr. County courthouse. I Special on Quality BLP

W. F. Moore and Mrs. Malnes Griffls Starling gave 'ai Tropicana Spice PanelingBy
Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Ml'S. Virgil Mrs. Daisy
with the other rela- :family, last Thursday. MOBILE PAINT
gathered and family of Palatkai family dinner Saunders Cancels !
of Mr. and Griffls this occasionwere Georgia Pacific
the home enjoying
tives at visitors of Mrs. Those _
Mrs. David Boyer In Ocala last. were Thursday Miss DaisyBach Mr. and !Mrs. Rudy Hlg- December VisitState X3.54
Thursday for the annual reunion Nellie and Wilkinson Lynn. :glnbotham and children: Mr. i 4' x 8' Sheet 20% OFF LIST PRICE

of the Boyer family. 98 M. C. Kelley and Mrs. J. C. Higkinbotham I
Mrs. t
day Mr. and Mrs. Bob Saunders
and
members had a wonderful Mr. and Mrs. and children. Mr. Sen.
!together. were visiting Whitehouse.We Robert Crawford and children. monthly visit to Bradford Coun- f
Thanksgiving season was en- Jack Andrews in ,to note that Mr. and Mrs. Harold \Starling! ty will be suspended for the t
Joyed In various ways here. are pleased Clark is recoup rating Mrs. O. W. Sapp and son and month of December due to the Just Give Us A Call or Come By."
D.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reddishand Mrs J. after' surgery in ;Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Starling, special session of the Florida "Many Other Specials --
and at home had a called by Gov.
and Mr. Everyone Legislature
of Tampa and family.
son of Jack- Riverside Hospital Claude Kirk for December 1.

Mrs.sonville Frank visited Dorman Mr. and::> week.Mrs. last Visiting week Mrs.were A.her C.son Pearce and grand time.Visiting Telegraph Saunders'the office senator's notified visits The ii JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
the E. J.
B. E. Reddish during daughter-in-law Mr. and :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. will resume in January. The
Miss Elizabeth Thursday Terry spent with Harold Sap: and her great Raulerson during the week and date and time of the January i N. Cherry Street Phone 96.1.6078
Wednesday and granddaughter, Debby Bush of were their son-in-law visit will be announced later.
Mrs. C. E. Strickland In Gainesville Miami.. daughter Mr. an Mrs. Petrey tCtC -teICtC:
Rebecca Chesser of and dauphtpr.

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son AFB. Ohio where. he isa
New ChapelDedicated A I r vvrr. erclses aboard the guided mis- An in-flight refueling tech- member of the 922nd Air Refueling
Insurance Bids alto cruiser USS Albany at nician. Sit. Haag was. cited Squadron a unit of the
i NEWS ABOUT Guantanamo Bay Cuba.Master for his outstanding airmanship Strategic Air Command: Amer-
: and courage on successful and ica's nuclear deterrent force of
1 To Be Asked Sergeant Robert R. :Important missions! completed long range bombers' and:! Intercontinental
BY MormonsThe SERVICE MENNavy Raag. son of Mrs. Callie Buller. under hazardous conditions. ballistic! mif.slljs.
new chapel building of of Route 1, Starke has received This is his second tour of A 17-yenr Air Force oral: Korean
News the Starke Branch of the Churchof By Commission his third and fourth awardsOf :\ duty In Southeast Asa.! War veteran, Sgt Haag attended
Jesus Christ of the Latter- the Air 'Medal for air action The medals 'were! presentedto Bradford High School
Day Saints was filled to near In Southeast Asia. Sgt. Haag at' Wright-Patter before entering the service.

Kllsabcth: GIvwi capacity as members and Liability workmen's compensation -- --...-.:.....:....--......--------...............--...........--WM..iIIII--. ..
Mr WalkerREC1tEATION ; U -- -- -- -
friends gathered for the first and fire insurance
vI 1 "', worship service in the new policies held by the Board of '
I \ NtWS building Sunday Nov. 30. County; Commissioners expirein
Registration Is being held daly Baptist Church Rev. Jasper Located at 1404 East Bessent January the Board was told AiN
Williams Sunday School
pastor.
from 4 6:30 for City; League 9:30.: Morning Service at 11. Road the $90,000 chapel con- by George W. Roberts of Wall BIG CSON
Jaseball participation. All boys Evening service 6 p.m. Mon- tains a unique arrangement of Insurance Agency agent of record -
sanctuary classrooms and office -
ind girls ages 11 IS are tainted day night Choir No. 1 will re- facilities. The interior is for the Commission. Roberts -
to register. asked for a committeeto
hearse. Tuesday night Choir
The deadline Is December 11. No. 3 and Ushers Board No. decorated with oak paneling. help him draw up specifications -
There will be a basketball Landscaping and parking facilities for bidding which the
1 will meet. Wednesday night
game Saturday night Dec. 6, are being completed.A. Board agreed should be
Prayer Meeting. Thursday
!at 8 p.m. In RJE gym. The night Ladies Circle. Friday J. Todd Construction Co. restricted to local: agencies. PHILCOQualityEngineered
of Jacksonville Is the builder.
Falcons vs Anderson Recrea- night, I Can Circle will meet. Chairman Shuford named
tion Center. All ball fans are Saturday night dinners will be Services were under directionof Commissioners Ralph Bryan
Stake President Hen-
Florida
Invited.In sold and Zedra Hamilton to meet
from the kitchen. Mem-
last week's game the Jun- bers and friends are invitedto ry V, Jenkins of Jacksonvillewho with Roberts. The agent also
ior Falcons defeated the Junior cooperate with these acti- presides over approxi- requested that Road Foreman Ensign Donald R.
Hawks 67 48. Morris Aaron vities. mately 5,000 church membersin R.E. Jones meet with him to Thompson, son of Mr and Mrs.
lead the Falcons In scoring with north Florida. Branch Pres- supply figures on losses of Win. B. Thompson Jr., of
21 points. Clarence Williamswas ident Dean M. Hansen of Starke equipment. Route 1, Starke, received his RANGES DISHWASHERSWASHERS -
second with 18. EBENEZER BAPTIST conducted the meeting. Mrs. "This is very desirable busi- commission in the Naval Reserve
The Senior Hawks defeatedthe Services will begin with Neta Dyal reviewed historical ness. The county has a good on completion: : of the
Senior Falcons 91 80. Sunday School at 9:45 Morn- high points of the Church In loss rate" said Roberts. Then Aviation Officer Course at the DRYERS REFRIGERATORSDuring
Harrenton Chandler led the Ing service 10:45.: Evening Ser- Starke since a small Sunday he advised the Board to bid Naval Aviation Schools Command -
Hawks with 23 points. vice 6:30. Junior Choir will School was organized in her each type; of Insurance separately In Pensacola.
render music. Bible Class is father's house at 224 West Lafayette saying he believed because -
included
GIRL SCOUTSAll held each Tuesday night. Prayer Street in 1927. Special of the good loss rate the The 11-week course Nasworthy'sAuthorized
Naval
Interested invited Meeting each Thursday tribute was paid Ellis Thorn- will Instruction In history
girls are county; get cheaper pre-
and world affairs. Naval Jus-
to join the Girl Scouts. night. With the cooperation of ton who served as Branch miums that way.
Meeting is held each Mondayat each member and with the helpof President from 1948 to 1967. Roberts also said that the tice. leadership and orientation
5 p.m. at Greater Allen friends all activities will Mrs. Edna Hart, who donated county; can now be sued by and communications.
Chapel AME Church. All parents be a success. Rev. Leroy Da- property; for the new chapel citizens since the Doctrine of Ensign Thompson who W
and guardians are Invitedto vis pastor. spoke about the members' responsibility Sovereign immunity; was not the husband of former Joyce Factory
attend meetings. Volunteer Christmas practice started ; to remove the Included In the new Florida Conklin of Hampton will now
helpers are Invited to participate Monday night and will be held remaining Indebtedness on the Constitution. General liability enter flight! preparation a:pool
in the work; each Monday and Wednesday new building. Insurance to cover equipment, to continue his training under
nights until Dec. 25. Parentsare ""the c ch4 buildings and their operationfrom the Naval Aviation Program.
BOY SCOUT NEWS asked to please send their damage that occur -
any may
Parents asked to
are please Fire Control Technician 2nd!
An invitation Is extended to children to practice. to an individual is quite
send the children to
practicefor Class Donald L. "
all interested boys to join the the 'Christmas program. expensive Roberts told the husband: ol former Rowan Harriet TTSN.E. : : Safe
Scouts of America.IOU He also said
Boy Board. a move
Mrs. F.B. Delestre and
GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL other
Bennett of Starke. recently
more boys were Scouts there services will begin for the workers will be incharge of is under way now to have the
participated in shakedown ex-
would be less boys out lookingfor New Conference year with Sun- the program.All Legislature again ensure gov-
trouble." It is up to the ernmental bodies against suit.
School at 10 members asked
to
day a.m. Morning are enjoy. He name one Instance
parents to help prevent trou- Lovefeast service at 11. After remember the sick and shut In the meantime. Roberts when a chicken feed truck fell ---------------------------- p --
ble before it starts. Mr. Jen- morning service there will bea in with visits and Get Well said the Commission will haveto \
kins Is for the decide the risk is through a bridge on a county r.
asking cooper- special business meeting.All cards. whether road. .s Turkey With Each Major ,
ation of all interested citi- great enough to warrant the
memebers are asked to DELL CHAPTER 168 OES forward and I
"Claims
come Sold Between
zens in this activity.; Meetingsare expense of the additional Insurance Appliance ]
please be present Communion The of Dell
regular meeting
legitimate or not they cost mo-
held each Wednesday night will be given in the 6 p.m. Chapter DCS 168 will be held ney to defend" Yawn said recommending 1 Xowr And Christmas.
Jenkins
at Recreation Center. Attorney Yawn said he can
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members are asked to sonic Hall on Brownlee Streetat -
the cost of obtainingthe -
CHURCH NEWS suits could have been initiated -
please cooperate and dischargeyour 8 p.m. All members are additional -
liability cov-
Greater Bethlehem Free Will I
the for
against county except
duty for the success of asked to please be present and I
erage.
the immunity; it does not now I --PHILCO
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2 HurtIn Santa To Arrive in ParadeSet SERVICE CATHOLIC SCHEDULE CHURCHESST. !


p -It- I For Saturday, Dec. 13 EDWARD'S. Starkei
3-Car Sunday Maw 8 a.m. and
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a.m.Monday
Santa Claus will arrive in registered for the parade including -
nine religious floats Maw 8:30 a.m.
u u r Starke as a highlight of the
4 ,d ; Christmas Parade slarUnw'a.t and ten commercial or organizational Wednesday Max, 7 p.m.
Saturday Ma*. and Novena. .
WreckAn entries. All entriesare
10:30: a.m. Saturday Dec. 13.
'. asked to stress the Christmas 7 p.m.
Roy Burnham parade, chairman theme.
4'i ST. WILLIAM'S. K'ltoM; HU
accident involving three d Y.t 1 i s announced yesterdaythat The parade will bs paced by Sunday Maw 8 a.m.
cars hospital+'zed two persons 19 entries have already the BHS Band and Color Guard'
Wednesday NOTCH, 7 p.m.
last Thursday.: ,: Nov 27, the and Santa Claus will ride as
Florida Highway Patrol report usual, atop; the fire truck. ST. MARY'S. Macclenny
ed. Burnham said that entriesare :' Sunday MM, 11:30: a...
:: : DuPont Plants still being accepted for the _
Loreen M. Metzger 65, and im4' parade and'urge:! : all who wishto
James William Mstzger.: 23, Visited ByCompany enter a float or other unit ...--. .- --
:: both of Ocala were taken to M
to contact him as soon as pos TUB BRADFORD
.". Ocala> Monroe Memorial Hospital __ V.P. sible. COUNTY TELKUKAI'HPufclit ;
by Jones Ambulance a
g k Prizes in the religious divis-
Service of Stark Extent to the ion are: 1st, 550; 2nd $25; and id eve." Thursday
Injuries was not known. 3rd $15. Two prizes will be offered at IIH \\. Call Street
Irenee duPont, Jr., vies pre In the commercial! division : S'.atke. Floilda: 320M
,
The accident happened when sident of E. I. duPont de Nem : 1st $25; and 2nd: $15.
a 1961 Ford driven by Louis ours & Co., with Second clan postage paid
responsibility The parade:! will assemble at
:.: Jackson Bennett Jr., 19, Starke. at Stal:ke, Floilda.Subscription .
for the pigments department, 9:30: a.m. on the south side of
v made a left turn into the pathof and ten members of the pig the BHS football field (Adklns natrtt
: a 1965 Ford Falcon driven Members of the Bradford High basketball Graudons. Len Register, David McKnlght Tom Marks
1969-70
ments department management Street.) In order to be judged In tI ade al ea: S3 CO car
by Don Ray Williams, 43, Lake' team are ((1-r) Gre; Rlherd Tim Murphey, Christy Dean Johns, and Douglas Brown. Mike Sexton is arrived In Jacksonville floats must be In the assembly ycav73; six. m.vtlis.OutiMo .
; Butler. Chandler, Freddie Graudon Randall McGee, Mark head basketball coach. Monday, Nov. 24. by plane ,from area 30 minutes before starting ;: tiaclo arc. 3 50
According to FlIP Trooper J. Wilmington, Dela. to visit the time. per year; $J,CO six :nunlM
C. Cone, the Falcon skidded company's plants at Starke and -----1

across the center line and Cagers Open SaturdayIn Lawtey. ..... ...- -
truck the Ms'tzger!' car, a 19G5 :-- ' Chevrolet sedan. The Metzgers The visitors' were taken toli r., -no- ::" :>' ',0": ." ,,'.,. I ., '* :...t GC.- "
were traveling west on SR-100 !the Inn at ponte Vedra for a "- .., ". ti 4.7 miles west of Starke and Green Cove Springs; presentation of costs production ,. .'!'o", \!" : r'
J:.. Williams was traveling east in technical, and employee t,.t.: BUYING COINS h J
his Falcon. relations problems given by L.J ji.20: TO :!
.{ The Falcon skidded 353 feet Opening ,their 1969-70 season 6-7 'and 6-3. Mark Graudons averaged:) 13 S. Grogan. Florida plants man.l ; % 50% OVER Face Vaiue2J
'ibefort hitting the Metzger'a Saturday night Dec. 6, Tornado First home game will be Fri. points per game last year and ger. and his staff. t -.. DIMES, QUARTERS HALVES DOLLARS
a
Chevrolet. the trooper's report toasketballers will travel to day, Dec. 12, when the. Yellow David McKnight 12, but that. Juniors Sponsor 1964 OR BEFORE
Mated Green Cove Springs to take oa Jackets of St. Augustine will be Coach Sexton points out. Is the The next morning the group ( t vv c-'
James Wilbur Metzger. 54, the toujh Blue Devils. in town. All junior varsity extent of the big scorers return. 'Project Concern'Stamp travelled ,to the TraIl' Ridge t Also we.will buy 1965 Halves Nickels 1959 or, l .
Ocala, received only minor inJuries Bradford: cagera beat Green games will ,begin at 6:30: p.m. Ing. GatheringProject Plant ''it Camo Blanking: for a 1 i,t r :, before Cents 1951 or before. '>:X
In the crash, and a third Cove 67-63 at home last year plant tour followed by luncheon 1' : .t w WE BUY SELL OR TRADE .
!passenger, MarcIa Hooker 21, ,but lost a cliff hanger 63-62 in 'and all varsity games at 8 p.m. The '69 Tornado oagers will at the Holiday Inn in
t Cltra. was not Injured. Green Cove. BHS Coach Mike Sexton, who play ''basically the same type Concern is a current Starke attended by all super'vision BULLINGTON'S Starke ,
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Bennett, driver of the third Next Tuesday, Dec. 9, the led his 1968.69 eagers to a 15-8 ball they used last year. Sex undertaking of the General of the Highland! and "" .
K ear, .a non-cortact vehicle wascharaed record in his first year as var- ton says. They will run and Federation of Woman's Club. Trail Ridge' plants where they I __ Phones Day .!l6127'1' Night !961.6250
Tornadoes,:! will again be on the sity coach, says he doesn't shoot when they can do so Tile Starke Juniors are sponsoring met' t the distinguished, visitors. ...
c with Improper changeof !!' ... .... : A '" : ,,
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lane. Williams, driver of the road in Macclenny. The new know this early what to expect successfully, but will ,also;: be : an S&H Green Stamp i .' ..; '';.";.
edition of the Baker County from area cage teams. able to play ball control. (gathering as their part of ''this After short addresses by Dr. .Z! ...'I'..[ 'C- !f-
Falcon was charged!with speed ... .
: two great for conditions.: Wildcats will have two tall boys, Eight lettermen are return effort. J. Bhrawd Jr., general man-1' .. \U: .::- ...;&>
r ing ,from the 1968 BHS Christy Tim Mur- will be exchanged ager of the pigments department
cagesquad. Chandler The stamps
:; t:::::::. .:. :.: .:.:. :::::,z. :,:,:,:,:::::::::::::,::;::;::::::::::. :::r.;::::: :::::::;::::::::::?::::::::::::::::::: !. They Include \starters phey Tom Marks, and Freddie for money to b3 used: for and others .the visitors

Graudon ''are all capable of beIng food, clothing, and medical were driven back to the Jack
# DeWitt C. Jones funeral Home I Mark Graudons. David Mc- high scorers. Sexton says. needs for thechildren of Ten- sonville airport for return ADULT COURSE OFFERINGS
Knight, and Tim Murphey; the Chandler. Marks, and Graudon nessee. nights to Wilmington.
sixth and seventh men from all six feet or over, should also 'We are sure some of you are
STARKE 1 1968, Dean Johns and Christy 'be good rebounders the coach wondering why not for the underprivileged Use Christmas Seals. Registration for second trimester courses -
'" Chandler plus. Tom Mark. Sys. Dean Johns and Greg Rl children of Florida at the Vocational-Technical Center in
:; : PHONK 964200KEYSTONE j1i j herd.Freddie: Graudon and Greg Rl. herd, are good ball handlers and ," Mrs. Bill Chambers: president It's a matterof Starke will be held during the week of December .
f: should be capable too the Juniors said life and breath.
:- s- ::;: scorers of : yes !, 1969. Last day of second trimesterwill
:; :;:: Douglas Brown and Randall Sextcn says. They may be 'able terday. "The Federation feels, be March 6, 1970. Courses for high
:: t HEIGHTS W McGee an varsity newcomersup to take over ball handling responsibilities after carefuehecldng., that! school credit, general education, typing and
: ,the coach Tenne-
; points these mall children In
; n. ;1 from Junior varsity. Out for t shorthand, and courses for preparation for
PHON.E 473.3176 : !the first time are ,two" juniors.It's out. :ssee need this help! the most
....... ...j: and Project Concern cfflces! GED will be offered.
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: ,:::::,:,: :-:::::::;':':':':':':':'::::':':':::':':':':':" "" ""' ""-" ;' have been opened In that Fight emphysema,
I ...... Chamber Board area! tuberculosis, air pollution. Vocational and Technical course offerings

S :. : : .:. ... .... The stamp-gathering will beheld S 9aAoooo'eooa include radio bookkeeping& television, Melding, auto mechanics -
: :. : : :., : Meets TodayMonthly from December 1 through 1968CNRIStMAg G0. repair, refrigerationand
: 13, and: boxes are located>:I at air conditioning, and basic clothing con-
r Winn-Dixie, Leila's! and Mit stuction.
;VlER s ; meeting of the chell's Drug Store
I .HR'G CRI e Bradford Chamber of Com "The Junior Club will bs 000 oouo The GED examination which qualifies a
merce Board of Governors was
most grateful for your help," person for a high school equivalency diploma
set today (Thursday, Dec. 4))
Mrs. Chambers raid, "and will be administered during the weekof
oat noon In the Garden Resta.urant. -
l those small ch'ldren will certainly 0196gC'NNIStMAS February 9.thru. 13, 1970. \Jv!
;"' appreciate every effort, GRcEtiNU9186P ,... 17 tf I;.
Among topics to be discussed! o
s were plans for the annual especially since Christmas time ........,,,bui,"d toy ..0ubn,*......I pwM..!**.
"
: is so near
Chamber .banquet. A date of
Thursday January 29, has .....................................................................................
Here been affirmed with'the Country :
Club. '
The executive committee also tZ-- Order Your i
u okayed closing the Chamber .
office December 25-26 In conformance .1.-
Z"o with city and county


{ CrncJs offices. .':: ; tg::::::. I INVITATIONSNOW I I


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QUALITY IN. / 19 C I Baccalaureate Announcements
At No Extra Cost :

f: A POCKET have been abandoned cited refrigerators as potential :

deathtraps for children in an
Senior Class oif97I I
PEN age range of two to 12 years. !

Between 1946 and 1963, 258

fk49* children abandoned died, mechanical from suffocationIn latch- : Orders Will Be Taken We use America's Finest Gradua ;!

type refrigerators of which more : Up To December 75 tion Invitation Stock. The fine pa :

than a million are discarded : per used on our invitations is the :
f Retractable Dr. John Bianco of
annually,
ff that used for invitations toPresidential :
the Alachua County Health : NO ADVANCE DEPOSIT same as

ReflllableI Department reported.Dr. NECESSARY I inaugurations the i

: Very Best! :
Bianco also noted that .
twice as many boys as girls .. ..

f children had accidents usually, with entrapped two t or more : More Quality For Your Money :.

together and death almost certain .

If entrapped from 10 to .: EXTRA BONUS! If at least 2,000 invitations are :

r. 15 minutes. : PLUS ordered, The Telegraph will donate $50 to the'Senior t

Class Scholarship Fund. For all over 2,000 we will :

j 1- 'ff C Although preventable such, deaths entrapmentsare from : contribute 2c per invitation.

suffocations in refrigerators are I
increasing. Three out of four i= With I
such deaths occur In the threeto Place Your Order Now Our Representative,
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! ; six year old group. S Joyce Allen at School, or at The Bradford :
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fl 'elk' Following are procedures ad- I County Telegraph :
vised by Dr. Bianco if you planto ..
abandon, discard or junk a .. .

refrigerator: i ALSG PERSONAL CARDS FOR INVITATIONS & KEEPSAKES! I

,

.... refrigerator Completely doors. Or remove have the I No Limit To Your Choice From !

'... appliance carried away and

I destroyed.that the Or door place stands the againstthe unitso I 21 Type Styles -- 26 Card Styles Be Different! I

r wall. Or secure the doorto
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.: the cabinet with self adhesive .
; ; filament tape.

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Other alternatives are locking I 32-Page Memory Book2.25 Padded Appreciation Gifts $2
with chain and padlock; Securing .
rubber bumpers, tapered Thank You Cards
1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH rubber door stops, or wooden I
blocks to the door frame witha

strong contact cement; Securing I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
the door to the cabinet with I
metal strapping or attachinga I
.. C-clamp! to the top of the
refrigerator door. i...............................................................................N.

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Give Strength to His Arm Legion Post ..1'r.. .r It's- a wOlRa.'s

Will Decide ','
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I.t..4 l Building; Issue '" :;.@g

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i meet Tuesday, Dec. 9, at 7:30: y.,...a ... .
p.m. In the nsw National t
i McCain'
.- Guard armory. A decision! will : py Martha Sue
3be made at this time on whether i *County Extension

to gO ahead with plans fora Home Economics Agent
no end by making our dates and friends come _
She recalled the painful years when she new horns for the post, or to
was growing up. to the door to. get usI forgot to mention purchase a building already

"I bad the meanest mother in the whole while my friends were dating at the mature rnnstnirtert.! THE LONG SEASON 1 layers and spread slices with

world." this anonymous person wrote. "While age of 12 or 13: my old-fashioned mother refused -. .. --.. _. ]FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING; i whipped cream and toasted coconut. -
I The post sold its home and And before you whip the
other kids ate candy for breakfast I had to to let me date until I was 15 and 16. Ii Remember the days when < U.S. Department of
i a portion of its property on N. Thanksgiving marked the beginning -. have cereal, eggs and toast. When others Md "My mother was a complete failure as a 11' Temple Ave. for use as ,a site i of the Christmas season? Agriculture says chill it thor-

Coke and candy for lunch. I had to eat a sand- mother. None of us has ever been arrested, or I for the new courthouse, reserving That's not the way it Is anymore.. II ,
wich. As you can guess my dinner was different beaten a mate. Each of my brothers served I III 1\\ sufficient property to use ]Nowadays the Christmas shop- 1 for a future nsw home If ping season begins even before beater, too. Use a deep, narrow
from other kids. his time in the service of his country. And II: j with straight sides rather -
I bowl
needed. witches of Halloween have
i the
"My mother insisted on knowing where we whom do we have to blame for this terrible ridden their brooms Into the than a wide and shallowone.

were at all times. You'd think we were on a way we turned out? You're right, our mean II AU members of the post are
chain gang. She had to know who our friends mother. urged to attend this Important 'night. fairly stiff. But be careful not
were and what we were doing. She insisted "Look at all the things we missed. We > I I f meeting. A longer shopping season is to overheat or you will end up
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that if we said we'd be gone for an hour, that never got to take part in a riot, burn draft 15 J good i two monthly In one way.paychecks You now instead have with When butter.the cream Is stiff, fold

we would] be gone one hour or less. cards and a million and one things that our: of just one to draw from for in a tablespoon of sugar per

I am ashamed to admit it, but she actually friends did. She made us grow up into Cod- Birth Defects !your Christmas expenses. In cup of unwhipped cream and a

had the nerve to break the child labor law. fearing, educated, honest adults. To Be this way you can more easily half a teaspoon vanilla or other
SubjectOn too
She made had wash all the dis- meet the costs of the season flavoring Don't add sugar
us work! We to "Using this as a background, I am tryingto it will take longer to
or
without using too much credit. soon
hes, make beds, learn to cook and all sorts raise my children, I stand a little taller 'Today' ShowRev. However, a longer shopping whip and you won't get as much

of cruel things. I believe she lay awake nights and I am filled with pride when my children season gives you more time to whipped cream. Eat the peach

thinking up mean things to do to us. call me mean. You see, I thank God. He gave and Mrs. Robert D. look at all the gift ideas. You paradise cake before New;

"She always insisted on us telling the me the meanest mother in the whole world." Burch, of Starke, anJ: Dr. Allan end up becoming Intoxicatedwith year's so you won't break any

truth and nothing but the truth. By the time From this I would say the country doesn't Lee Rosen.. lcom, director Birth this happens the Christmas, you only spirit.think When as resolutions about dieting.
Defects Center, University of
we were teenagers she was much wiser, and need a 5-cent cigar; it needs more "mean" Florida: College of Medicine far ahead as Christmas morn- BUYING:; A CHRISTMAS TREE?

our life became even more unbearable. mothers and dads. David vs. Goliath will appear on the "Today" Ing. And even though you don't Here are some tips from the

None of this tooting the horn of a car for -Phoenix Arizona Gazette show WFOA-TV Channel 12, have the money now you go U.S. Department Agriculture
ahead and buy gifts on credit. for choosing one that will stay
us to come running. She embarrassed us to on Tuesday Dec. 9, at 9:30: the
"Prevent birth defects? Ridiculous! After all, it's Christmas. The fresh and green throughout
to tell the story of the
a.m. Bend a needleon
bills of and holiday season.
January, February,
That's what we heard the other day when we told a friend March of Dimes fight against March are only a hazy pic- the tree. If It Is resilient
that The National Foundation-March of Dimes has set birth defects.Mr. .
now
ture of things to come. But the tree Is fresh. Bump the base
I I'm For HireDear prevention of this national scourge as its long-range goal. January and the bills always of the tree hard on the ground.If .
Some 250,000 American babies are born yearly with a signifi Burch was recently! name arrive all too soon. the needles do not fall, the

cant defect, the March of Dimes says. The Foundation believes ed campaign director for the Most people find that they tree is fresh. Some trees, the
something can be done about it. Bradford Union County Chap- need to use some credit to spruce for example, do not
Fellow Citizen: with it. Oh, I guess a few did of course ter of the March cf Dimes. meet the costs of Christmas. keep their needles well. ThisIs

My name is George, but it was easy for me to name-call them We think so too. We remember back in the 1930s and 1940s is national This Is one of the purposes characteristic of the tree
when thousands of children were crippled or killed by polio. Dr. Rosenbloom a and does not necessarily reflect -
back to oblivion and the "leaders" diabetes of credit -- to help you at
get to The March of Dimes believed that the disease could be pre authority on children with times when you need to spend a lack of freshness. Feel
I'm an all around handyman, and I'd listen to me instead. vented. and with problems of the the bottom of the stump. On
more than have. But
like you to feel free to use my services for After all, who picked these leaders? endocrne :system. He is also should be you careful about you the fresh trees it fee Is sappy moist.

any and all chores, errands and duties Well, since you didn't want to, and said "Ridiculous! .the doubters scoffed then. (knowledgeable/ about the prob- amount you charge. Once you get your sappy tree

which you may be too busy to perform. "Let George do it..1 I did. Today, billions of dimes later the disease has been virtually lems of world health having The Christmas shopping sea- home and you're not setting it
I'm out. lived in Asia and Africa. son is here. It's a delightfultime up immediately, put it i in a
Anytime there's something needs doing Now taking over a lot more cities. wiped
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bucket of water in cool,
a
of year. But it also can
and you'd rather not get involved, you and counties in the United States, and So the doubting Thomases would do better to put their Many activities are planned be the beginning of a debt shaded area, sheltered from the

just let old George do it. doing quite well at the colleges also, thank money where their doubts are. The odds may be long, but our for the March of Dimes campaign filled year. So just be sure wind. And since you already

you. And I figure it's just a matter'of time dollars and their skill will beat the odds. History will repeat during December and Jan- you don't credit too much of bought It, don't bump It any

I'll write to your Congressman: for you! until I'll have the whole country: ''in my itself. uarq, Mr. Burch announced. your Christmas to next year. more. Then just before put-
Better yet, I'll pick him for you. I'll pocket. ting it In its stand, cut about
inch two off the trunkat
an or
EASY DOES IT
write your newspaper)? editor or serve on I want to take this opportunity to Want a quickie dessert for the base. This will allow

the school board in your place. In fact I'll thank you for making all this possible for FarmersNovember Diary the holidays? How about peach the tree to take up water more

do anything you are too tired too me. Remember now if there is any way in paradise cake. Start with a readily. The stand should be

pre-occupied or too lazy to do. With me which I can be of help, I'm at your was supposed to capsule, raising fresh lettuce large chiffon or angel food cake. filled with water. Or you can
around you can be as lackadaisical and service. You just have fun..and don't be a dry month, but it didn't for instance, as a welcome addition Slice it into two layers and use a bucket of wet sand for
self-satisfied turn out that way and In the to their diet. Or, if a spread each layer with whipped a tree stand. Add a pint to a
as you like. You can just worry about a thing..I'll even do your had established Put slices between quart of water to the stand
closing days of it we another moon station Is a cream. peach -
have fun and let the future blazes. worrying too! heavy shower which filled "garden" may be planted there, the layers and arrange each day. Keep the water level

The more the merrier I always say. Sincerely the ditches and held the water protected against the extremes other slices on top. Combine above the bottom of the trunk

table up to a high level. With of temperature, and a farmer ._.........0,0,0,0.,...................................................,........................._.............u.u.. __
My services are available to'you for all LAKE CITY REPORTER all that moisture available the may be sent to the moon to :::;-::<;:::::::::;;::::::::;:;:;:;::;:;:;:;::;::;:;:;::;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;::;:;:::;::;:::;:;::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:;::::::::::::: :::

the tedious time consuming things you'd George berry plantings are better able grown the crops.
!;f
1
rather not get hung up with. to withstand really cold wea- Wide Selection of Courses |: I

You haven't time to vote........so let ther, as it is dry freezing :::: ::::
George do itl! weather which often does the llv Ram McGarvevcounty To Be Offered Here By SFJC
damage. In that case, people back on
Acid certainly.you don't want: to bother Sex educationSex where you do not have i earth would naturally be won- Santa Fe Junior College will 46 and 47, Santa Fe Junior ,
with all'. those messy precinct meetings r ** *!" "prto: worry about a lot of hlgh- dering what moon lettuce tasted again offer a wide selection of College West Center for a

thai pick people and get out the vote. Anyhow for the.;next 'twO; :peed traffic.' 'There you can'rubberneck i like and there would be quit courses at Its Starke Center, registration appointment.The ,

George will be glad to take over for education In months or so, weather forecast to your heart's i a demand for the stuff here. the Bradford County Middle following courses, each
There certainly is need for you. is the schools apparently will often be: rain, fol- content and enjoy the pretty Imagine the hostess able \toi : School starting Wednesday, carrying three credits, will be
no :you to coming In for another period of reap- lowed by cold. The official explanation scenes close at hand. Roads i remark, "Oh, yes the lettuce Jan. 7.Courses. offered on Tuesdays and Thurs-
concern yourself with town meetings to praisal. For a few years the issue has been has to do with low near New River by the State i Is imported from the moon." will be offered con- days:

shape policy, or attending business quiescent. Since about 1964 the general pressure fronts being chased Farm we've found to be ideal tinously from 5th period beginning
meetings. You don't want to bother with trend has been "liberal"-that is around the country by high pres- for that purpose. at 3:30: p.m. and endingat AKT: Art Appreciation (AR-

those committee assignments and and private schools public sure fronts, but all we have to 5:05: through 8th period beginning 101.61), 5th Period, room 3.
extra have
been *
adding vari- remember is that when it startsto If you think the writer has at 8:30: p.m. and endingat BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE; : The
responsibilities.You ous courses ranging from a simple bio- rain, you can look for the We've all heard about t blown his stack, just think backto 10:05.: Individual in A Changing En-
just let old George tend to them. logical explanation of reproduction In thermometer to do a flip-flop, "planting by the moon" mean- a few short years ago, when All classes offered will be vironment (BE 100.61)), 5th per-
And I know you don want to take a earlier grades td discussions of social and and have warm clothing readyat Ing the use of phases of the) we all knew full well that there held on Tuesdays and Thursdays iod, room 1.BUSINESS I.
stand on anything controversial..it might psychological factors involving sex. hand. moon as a guide, but todayscientists was a Man in the Moon, and for approximately 1 11/2 : : Introduction to
slow down social are planting ON the) that the orb was made of green hours each day. Subjects are Business (BA 101.61), 7 period.,
lose .
your climbing or moon -- at least, planting In i cheese. And for another thing, scheduled so that beginning and Business Law (BA 270.61), 8th
you a five cent sale so, O. K..let George Recently dust brought back from there. the next time you look at the advanced students should be period, room 3.ECONOMICS.
00 it. however more and more In the meantime, this is a As we understand it, the s moon, so high and remote in able to carry a full academicload :; : : Basic Econo-
have
Now, you ask why should you leave all groups been mounting a counter- delightful time of year to ride scientists planted lettuce In an the heavens, try Imagine man of 12 hours.Registration mics CES 110.61), 5th period,
those important attack on sex education as it is being around the area and take in inert material, added fertilizerand : ever getting there and then will be held at room 4.ENGLISH.
things to me, someoneyou've taught In the schools. Some of these the pretty scenes at bays and got the plants going. Thenthey completing the 500,000 mile the Middle School on Tuesday, ; : Basic English:

never met? Well, that's a groups are in fact right wing and their swamps where bright red, sprinkled the soil with journey by coming back home Dec. 9, from 4:30 to 6 p.m., Composition (Ell: 103.61), 6th
reasonable question, so let me put you at criticisms are frequently so immoderate orange or yellow colors offera moon dust and found to their safe. and from 7:30: to 9:30: p.m. period, room I.
ease. strong contrast to the greenof amazement that the lettuce counselorswill HISTORY U.S. 1877
that A full team of : History to
they make a reasonable discussion of the woods. And at instead of becoming contaminated -: *
I'm no Beginner.Maybe piney many be available during these (IIY 252.61), 5th period, room
the.Issues difficult indeed.It the roads in some actually
I'm places along you can way hours to help students select 2.
not as famous as see the variety of holly that thrived. So raising lettuce on the and schedules. HUMANITIES: Humanities In
courses prepare :
Khrushchev, for instance, but if it hadn'tbeen will be useful to the nation, as the has "Christmas berries" -- moon is a mere piffle. Some- Students who have not yet America OhM: [ 200.61)), 6th period -
for me, you'd never have heard of topic continues to surface In that is, if the birds don't get day there may be livestock completed applications for admission room 2.
him. That for coming there first. there -- a sort of penal colony Elements of
goes Mussolini Stalin and months to are advised to secure MATHEMATICS:
remember that the chief responsibility The experiment offers many for stock that will not be confined -
Hitler too. I made those While the the necessary forms at the Algebra (:MS 102.61), 7th period
guys. for sex education lies with suggestions to the Imagination.For by any fence here on Superintendent's office In the room 2.MLSIC.
others were saying it couldn't happen, I the parents. It is they who should stress Instance, if man ever gets) earth. That would offer one old courthouse, and to completethe : : Music AppreciationMU
made it happen. And the big time boys in the clearcut moral requirements We've found that the best into space flights lastlngyears,, means of complying with the applications and notar- ( 110.61)), 6th period, room
the rackets in the United States, who pull ing sexuality. govern- place to do this joy-riding Is the astronauts may be able to "no fence law" and keeping ization prior to registration. 3. ,

the strings behind the scenes to make out on the graded roads in the. have a "garden" in the spaces !). _the roamers off the highways. A $5 check, covering a non- POLITICAL SCIENCE:; : American '

things work the way they want them Also a good deal of plain common sense should refundable, accompany application all applica-fee, (PO 201.61 National;), 8th I period Government, room :i

to..you name 'em, and without me those will keep the discussions in proportion. ,::: :::w::::::xS'f:: ::*::::*:*::wt.::::; :*:: ;:;:;:::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::.:.:.:.:.:,:.:.:.:::: there were three hundred the six U- tions. Registrants are advisedto 2. I
; million In
guys would be nowhere. The concept of normal, healthy sexual teen layers bring an additional checkto PSYCHOLOGY: General Psychology i
'ARM AND RANCH i nited States. This multiplied by
why do I want to run errands for you relations, reserved for marriage Is not about 20 dozen for each cover the cost of tuition. (PY 200.61), 8th period ,

when I'm the guy who is really behind all really a difficult concept to explain or dis- y :;:; bird is a pile of eggs.eggs Cash will not be accepted.They room I 1. I

these Big Wheels? Don't you see, I get my .cuss. e .; .rci i By George T. Hugging :;i;:; Through September, 1969, In should security also numbers have available.It their social. the SOCIOLOGY Community: (SC Sociology 220.61), 7th of 'i

kicks from picking{ Presidents, school ,, COUNTY AGENT |j the United States we had eaten will also be possible for period, room I. '

boards, running unions, establishments It is helpful, too to remember that con- xs .Agricultural Extension Service: .jij;;; five million billion three pounds hundred of fried fifty registrants who desire to take 5th Period3:30: to 5:05: I

counties and countries.All trary to some current theories, the indi- :::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::;:;::::::;:;:.:.:.:.:::.:.:.:::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::: chicken. Bradford County has courses at the college centersin p.m.6th. I t
these things you used to do before vidual himself can goverji; the effect of made a good contribution to Gainesville to schedule them Period5:10: to 6:45:

you took up chasing dollars, total sexuality in his life. No education in the Part of the joy that comes some recent figures on the these figures and we still like during period. the Starke registration p.m.7th Period6:50 to 8:25 I
:
security, golf balls and the like. area is complete without making clear to from many activities during rate of growth and returns for to boast about the poultry Industry Anyone not able to registerat p.m. I'

On don t you feel that you're imposing the child his ability and inclination to December is killed by the pine trees, so if you have a In our County.; the Starke Center may call 8th Period 8:30: to 10.05 I
because I'm glad to be of obey the moral law. He will then later be thought of income tax: planning. few acres that you are sure Gainesville 378-5311. Extension P.m. I
service. In Athought that is about as unpopular you will not use for growingcorn JULIAN MOORE II
able
to bring strength and tenderness to
helping you, I'm really helping myself as income tax is record or pasture, or cabbage, Poultry producers IntheStat I
you see. How do you think I able his marriage and defend it from any pre- keeping. Income tax: does or collards and want to retireIt of Florida will miss Julian New of age u.t I unacr: anj: 2 i par I
was
take and run third of to occupation with sexuality.! bring out the need and the for a useful purpose, pine Moore. Julian was dedicatedand Population cent will be (ji and over This I
a the
world
Because already? The Chi.tiara Science Monitor importance for keeping accur- trees could be your answer. worked hard for many yearsto means, :Mjersaid., that many
nobody else wanted to bother ate and complete records. We Contact your Farm Forester build and maintain a highly Changes Will tiavcl'iwill be VUU.IH: people

have at our offices, the brand for an order blank or any information respected Industry in Florida. on 1 ell't.vl'ly low' incomes: and
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new edition of the 1970 Farmer'sTax like about Associates In other Agricultural -
might
you Affect TourismFlorida's olc-'or: p'l-sorn: with Clx',1>l Incomes -
The .- Guide. This publication forestry. Enterprises respected Julian will in.iku, ut
Bradford ) u ul
County A: '
: the latest Information to help for his knowledge and pro-
: tourism Inluitl: pcicema of the Luu: I.t mar
TELEGRAPH you figure your tax. It gives POULTRY gressive leadership in Florida
re lll will cu.ltiuue to bauni was thepicclicticm kc..
t you dates to remember, sched- Even our economists at the Agriculture.
ESTABLISHED 187 ules to follow, and suggests all University of Florida find It I was among the first few at the Governor'sConfrcn Pu.sons in the tow "" A*"*=.Ti A the deductions you might be difficult to keep up with the to meet Julian and welcome him + o On TCJUMII., Cham.told ncsi should lj<; thinking in
r.anallit able to claim. By contactingyour expansion in our fast growing into our Florida Agricultural ber Manager John Mycis: tCIII1'i!! lit Inucr piu.i'1" atcomo-
Agricultural Extension Office Extension Service. As out Extension the Uoa.nl of Goveinois! last
poultry Industry d.i'.ons' such u. ( Jinpi'iKI'K.u'id
M.Me.a And be renewed in the a copy Is yours just for As Bobby Taylor and I ride Poultry Specialist he MCwk.InUtKiucUon; : ( ,. hotel 1111", jouth h'js-
spirit of your minds.( ":ph. making the request. If you find the roads In Bradford County, never refused a request for : of huge jumbo U'U to jict'iinoilali- 'Itl.tt-vc-
FLORI A ESS 1:2.1):t). that your records are not as we try to add to our list as assistance and any producer jets whch can carry ui tu ly fixed iiicoinn of this: hulepcrcemuo !
complete and orderly kept as we see a new poultry house. accepted with the greatest con- COO: pas! : of tin: total i.upul.i-
ivt'r.vthioyr: we do 1 is> ,done fidence any suggestion he made. by ttiiu.inyr: u"d inoiu :
TON you might like you may ask During the past two years, you
ASS lion, : f'
\fYI\.t KJiJ Hi': cua.t' ::ii'iitoSllCS
with a certain attitude and a for our Farmer's Record Book could have had a pretty good Those who have the responsibility leisure time for Americans: aMup ; .iC'l.
,',tain i set of ideas tfo\critiii> This Record Book has been income just selling posts and of carrying on his pro- tu u tii(.win'I mill k of over

our actions and reactions.! Hy well planned to help you keep roofing for poultry houses. grams have a big job. :M million |..'uplo. Mn-i.i sued Il w is iilio' o '11111111 '.1 I at U":
liecominir conscious, or (the all the records you will need Poultry Is the only businessI ho allied at thu tout'i.'Ul cC.c, that' Ti per| rut Of

t >.. L. MATTHEWS, aulr-....*.. ideas and attitude, '.%(' hold for operating Information. can think of now that has mcc.IIIl.: all lutui.ti' I .I. ...v.:1I\ ) 1111.111.. ..
......... we liecome aware of what has taken priority with two or three Last[ year: Florida's: .shaie of Jay IWI\aL'ly, o'en'dI,I v..III".. ":.
.
.1' wised 7 M4 ....... M ...... PINE SEEDLINGSYou of our long-time strawberry this dodo uc.couiiU.-d! tnitvue! and with '.
no carotnrhe11sIv
O. Maher .1 U4 r... Offlc limited us as well as of what '
f Ol.rke,1'Nilda, has lieen lilcssinir, to Today have seen pictures and growers. CARDS ? 1 Uo blll.un (: ,It.H.1I In t'X: 1e' I'11.P1 iJiuriiini fur for St..lr. air
IM4MA.4 W Much 3r4. Ult. a us. read stories recently about setting I received some Information i VC1UU-H tl,> till slllU.Lookinu I pl.flv,1,| ul Lt'I' :; Inn';. :Myi-r,. :.ul .....,.... .. rri4 areas I year. .....1| hteYe' let. us rnnrcntrate.. on nl'- pine seedlins during December about a month ago from the alien-1 to I'lli'l.! :' :M 1.'Yere B17.dfard Cuiiiily run: i ilirl-. -
/ratd l'l>iiiK fresh new and interesliiitf and January.Our Bradford University, giving some agri- cull"II.:1. waitoM .
rot I ,' r, .. .. I\.lld'the : : pate u heavy Ini:i<- i.v In '1".if'
!ideas (t o each .sililal inn County Farm Forester cultural figures and outlook 1 shut i o l per rent nl the U. lie mi' US:;;:atil K.IK-II IJi'ni-y

PAGE 20 'mid discover: I.it-h blessinxs. Alien Tarleton, was showing oredlctlons. As of January I, S. population will >Im<, *' years W"I.I."II/, -''.' In "'/71.rqMiW1 1.
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before service on Plaintiffs with the Clerk of the fcndnnt.Nuilco
either .
.
1.718,181,11 register
Florida.That
V I' machinery: One cltv of Stalk Inaid TOTAT Attorney or Immediately Court In and for Bradford Of S"lt->o PropertyTo..llary
the following d Kndlos Circuit
Ion
Fiscal Tear
defnnlt
1 Master 6 Speed West Devon AvenueRosemont. the partynterprlae as For The thereafter: otherwise n County Florida upon proofof Lilsle Koblnsoit
( ) Peulbon 0001 .. .. .. If SO. un for of
September you that
notice
Skldder Serial No. P6-B49 withOMC 11-17 will be entered tnlnst publication of this You Aro lIvr..by.tIh.d;
THERESSABy Ermine. 16 Inch PusherBlade. IlIlnol.nn It 12.8TRADp1 foJlnWII! Orant. Preslflent. Sl' 1t tho relief demanded In the com'witness the fictitious nAme of 'VET.I.9APPIlANCI an action fur intone has ....enfU.d
Cable W. King PAI-li AND BEtt- affaliit and you are
you
and choker.. Operators, no-snin Cub In Front, LAWNotke W. Peachtree St. N. E.. Atlanta. I* Clreal Court. tr.r.hth: ..radl..I.1Clreult.1I pl my hand and the VICE under which I am en aR4 :- required to cvito a copy of your
with 18.4 x 28 tire", will be NAMFI NemsNotlce Ofc 4tchK 1I.U And For nrndtordCounty. sal of thl. court nn the 5th In business, at V 8 801. written dd"'>8e". If .any to It.
Fletltlou 11-21 '.
Dorothy Mills old' at public sale at 2:00: 0'- ( : 1Ioller LI"I) Florldii.. Civil Action day of November. 1969. South. Starke Bradford County on the plaintiff'. attorney
clock P. M. on the 11th day of that Docket No. (SEAL) whose name tout address I I" Hun-
Phon 473-4518 riven F
December 1969 at the M. I.Johnson Is hereby pursuant to Board Of r nntr CmmtlstlofetsBrnlfevd Case No.William. Virginia I I F. Darby A. I. Mr.W0. Wei*. P. O. BOX 61)7.) oritble lex noun, atnilio.! Florida -
Truck Stop located on the undersigned StntuteChl.pt..r ," ConntrStnrfcr. H. Paxton Plaintiff. ClerIc of the Circuit Court end file thu oilRln.il with
f I State Highway No. 100 In Pa the "Fictitious Name Lows i of Irlor- Florliln -v.- Mary I*. Paxton Defendant.Notice BY Beulah M. Moody Deputy 'Dated thlV 27th day of Novem- the clerk of the abustyled
latka, Florida. No. 20959. by Chapter Receipts, Exnenditores And Of Action Cleric her A. D. 1969 at Stark Brad court on or before December 29.
nmemlPrt ,
Tho proceeds of the Hale will Ida 1141 as nt Florida 1951. Balances' All Funds Of. The. mate Of Florida 1bert R. Simmons' ford County Florida 190tii{ ; otherwise a Juil cment
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH be applied firm to the paymentof 28780 Laws 67-201 Law Board' Of County Onmml..lonera.Bradtord County Of Bradford Box 31R. Bionson. FloridaAttorney 124t 12.25Ira may be entered offaliiHt you for
Nr
Telephone 4734188. Sunday the costs of retaking, storing and by Chapter. hcltiw> SertJon Conn tv. -plnr To Mary I* Paxton For ThauPJjln4ttlfia. .- thu relief demanduii in the com-
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and sale of auld 1 machine and of 1"lor"1J967. ..... will re- RECKIPT3Cash Address Unknown plaint or petition.
School. 10 a.m.; Morning Worship the cent of publication of noticeof FlorldlStltut.deck of the Circuit Bnlances' OctoberEecrlpteeFront You are notified that an action Witness my hand and th. seal
ilster the .
11; Training Union 6:30: ula and then to the satisfaction with In and for DrndtordCounty. IS-M.7TM1 for Divorce ha been filed of suld Court on November Iti .
due under Court required The Clrcolt Conrt EighthJudlilnl ,
of the balance receipt o-f All against you and you are 19811SUAI
Evening Worship 7:15: covering the Florida upon 841,40471Total of your WOTICFJ OF1 I-NTENTIOV: TOIIEGIR1'ER .irt-ult Oi I'lurliiu IsAnd ,)
p.m.; ; the contract of this notice Sources to serve n copy NA"IENotice ( )
Wednesday evening Prayer Ser- ale of wild machine to you Any proof of puhllcntlun nnme. toSOUTHKUlS Aval1"b' 1.7t8.181,11 written defense to tt. If any. FICTITIOUS given that her llrnilford Cuuuty Virginia F. Darby: Ad InterimAs
will be paid to you and DISCOUNT EXPINDITUBESExnendttures Plaintiff's undersigned Attorney I I. hereby 1111 .tCltex; Clerk of said court
surplus !
vice. 7:30.: with choir practice you will remain liable for any wit For All on on or before December the undersigned, under tho provisions .:.... .II o. UTS Dy Beulah M. :MoudyA. -.
Laws ,
balance remaining unpaid under COMPANY bndneeeuatt116 Purposes 1.428,155,01C..h 11. 1969. and tile the orlKlnal of Chanter 80.953\ Clifford. UoUliisun Plaintiff Deputy Cleric
afterward. aid contract. emrBB-ed Walnut In Street In the n lanciSeptem- with the Clerk of this Court of Florida. Act of 1911 will -v.-< Mary: Ltzlo lioulnson. De 11-+ U 12.2 .
Pettlbon Mulllken Corpor- ;North her. SO. 1989 199.018.11a
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Meetings of the New Life BIble ; r ,
Club lor !students !n grades 'I : : I.S.D.A. CHOICE j I i ;i ,
1 through 6, are held every: II I FLORIDA GRADE 'A'
Monday' afternoon after schoolIn

the Hope mobile Baptist Children's Church.Chapelat iCHUCKI FOOFA I'I

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SHOWER About 25 friends gathered at I FRESH I I

'the educational! building at !

Hope, Baptist Church Monday: i !
evening honoring Mrs.Sot a Merle stork Packham shower, STEAK I

Jr.: Delicious refreshments were i II II I
served and game( przes were
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and Terl IIiS1Iit !>
'Won by Misses Karen

Breeden.many lovely The! honoree nd.,useful received gifts. I I: FRYERS i I <

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WBfflE GLAD TO REIIfORTThat
Homer Brinson has returned II I I II II
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'to' his home here aftera I 1
1
lour week stay lat Baptist I ..... 1
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Memorial }losp tal in Miami.
(Mr. and Mrs. Brinson were preparing LB'I -- I
to return on October t 19

after spending': several days I SAVE Z II when 1 savings; Count...
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relatives at Tavernier I "VI
visiting
when he became ill and entered I C I I SLICED 1/4 PORK LOIN COU"T ON US.rte :
'the Miami hospital. Returning I if- .... i
Brinson Is I oPSL68B
on Nov. 16. Mr. I
itlll confined! to 'bed, 'but' la: I II
making a good recovery, and WHOLE BAGGED LB .
friends wish him ,well I.I.'I'I MILD DAISY CHEDDAR.WEOOES PRICES G')OD THROUCHWEDNESF I
his many
1O< LB < 10th.
and'' are glal: to have him back SAVE AY, DECEMBER
within -visiting d'stance." I I I CHEESE"69 i quantity right r>..rv.d. I

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FAMILY REUNIONMembers I
of the Sullivan family
gathered at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Marlon Sullivan on LEAN FRESH MIATV FYNE-TASTE
Thanksgiving Day for the' annual HAN
Sullivan famly! reunion.: AZALEA GROUNDBEEF
In addition to the host and AT rmmmmmm m .mm ovi i j

hostesses, those present to enJoy KNOCKWURST I
the* fellowship and ,good BUII? I BACON STEAKS
food were Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Griffith and children and Mr. 0000 FAIR
LB
and Mrs. Oliver Camplejohn
end' son, of Miami; Mr. and 12ozPKG BOX Uw,
:Mrs. Glen 'MllUken and daughter I.J.WIIH>
Miss Hazel Phillips. Miss
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ville; Mrs. Thelma Mllllken
O ala; Ml' and Mrs. S. H. Grtfflth -
Stale; Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Sullivan, Palatka; and PREPARED
Mr. ani Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan GREENDELL : SIRLOIN
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan -
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s.rXt, s q A r 4 { bs+ n'x } ssY.4tk A,: 3,6 k'i's HS'': 'bcw'x' 'r' 1 ; ;

ved as host church on this oc i
The 1969 "M" Night' Service
casion. .
!held Monday night at the Bay- Rv.: Stafford He-bert.- guest
less Highway Eaptlst: Church inspiring .
speaker, 'brought an ,_
'was termed great sucssfs.with : :: message on the .availability of a bh k6 yKd+ kt' 'r+v., t ,. ,. -

the attendanc3 goal of 400 God's Power for the implementation ,

exceeded: by 77, giving: a totalof of the Twining Union .- .

477. for the 70's.
program
The auditorium: of the host Attendance' by churches was I I

church was tilled to overflow-placed: as follows: Bayless Highway ) ZltQUZH BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST! CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN J

ing. with extra chairs S3: Brooker, 21, Dedan 14; CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH. LAWTK7. Sunday: Bible Study 10 A. m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.' ,' :
and corner.
in every nook Baptist Church won Grace 92; Heilbronn: 1; Hope. CHURCH CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday School 10 am. More Morning Worship and Communion Worship! 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m.Youth -.1. .

Grace Banner for the 20: Keystone Heights, 79: Kings- Sunday School. 10 a.m. LATTER-DAY SAINTS tog worship. 11:15.: Sunday Service, 11 a. m. Evening Worship. ,7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Pr* -' .
the Attendance River 2: 418 East Call St.
; consecutive year with ley Lake 20; New Worship Service 11 a.m. Night service 6:30.: Highway, services, 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday tire Wednesday: 8 p. m. I
third attendance of 92. Pastors Halford. 31: Starke First, 43 51;; Evening Service, 7 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30 125. northwest of Lawtey.-Rev. Worship service T -Rev. J. C. Hester, pastor Rev. Robert D. Burch) ,G
an Starke. Madison Street, : a.m. Sunday School. 10. Sacrament B. L. Bennett pMtor. p. m. Minister Jack P. :Bell.HAMPTON (
,
Union! directors Friday Night Cottage Prayer l-v
and Training Northslde, 3: Beulah 7: Morgan 11:13.: MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
'who cooperate: !in this endeavor : 11 Air Park. Meeting. PINE LEVEL BAPTISTSunday GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH :::'
Road Chapel : Monday Primary, 4:30: p.m. Sunday-9:45: a, m. Sunday I
.commended for the 4 Thursday Night, Prayer .School. 10 a. m. Morning '"
) were 8 Graham, : Tuesday MIA. 7:30 Highway 100-A
24: Evergreen, ; : p.m. CHRISTIAN'CHURCH School, 11:00: a. m. Morning(
good job they did In getting (Meeting In church 7:30: p.m. Worship 11 a. m. FreServlcea -
their people: > to attend. :Rev. visitors 8.Assoclatlonal! Training Youth Service, Tuesday night 7:30 Wednesday Relief Society. (Booster Band. Young: Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training. Sunday School 10 am. Morn10
George Crowell and hU: members The next Union meeting will be 7:30: P.m. -Dean Hansen People, and Prayer Service), 8 Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-- Union, 7:00:; p. m. Evening Wor- I ing Worship, 11. Training Un- '.n

were commended for the Night' on March 14 at p.m.Ivy. Luke. !Pastor Branch President p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. lag Worship at 11. Evening I Etp- ion. 7 p.m. Evening Worship -'4
!fine manner In,which 'they ser- Youth : Midweek Service. Wednesday Worship 7:30.Rev.: Carl Wednesday,; -7:30: Prayer Services 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, .1 I
Church.
the Evergreen SMYRNA MISSIONARY ,7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D.. larke, pastor. 1st and 3rd Wednesday 8pm. Rev. Don Dra\vdy, 'J;
BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY night-1:00: p. m. Family night. I Pastor >

PreChristmasPrograms b33 }V. Pratt St. Sunday, services BAPTIST MISSIONU. .pastor '.- _.- --. .. f
: Sunduy School 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Taste 'I

Set' : At Preaching, 11 a. m. Training lateen Drive In. Sunday I:0 I-".
.Unlcji; 3:45: p. ni. Evening Wor- School 10 a.m. Worship Service 1 :::"'
Foster MemorialTwo 'Lhip. 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ,0:0: ':)

Elder A. O.Flynn, pastorST. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.
special events will offer -Leroy Olive! pastor; E. L. "* "*

:a. pre-Christmas entertainmenttreat : MARK'S EPISCOPAL tirlffi*. .associate pastor. ;
at the Stephen Foster CHURCH, STARKE *" : The church encourages. .

Memorial[ near White; Springs.. Sunday Services: EVERGREEN BAPTIST j
this weekend. Dec. 67. 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist.. I]
Occupants of all automobiles 9:30: a. m. Church School HlghwaY_J254 14itnt4Sl\ E j READING GOD'S WORDThe
Lawtey. Sunday School. 10 ,
(bearing Florida license plates 10:30: a. m. Family Service. tyn. j f
(iwlll be admitted! free to the (Holy' Eucharist 1st and 3rd ,.MorningWorship.. 11:15. Sunday -,

Memorial on both a neglectedlove
"Florida Appreciation Week- and 4th: Sunday). Bennett pastor. !
end." j by many today. It has been too easy :I.

musj- .BROOKER BAPTIST CRt CHURCH OF GOD Ij'
The ''annual Christmas tt6'H: in
cal program, and the annual BROOKER, FLA. 422 N. St. Clair St.; Starke. to forget the price paid by many :

open house of antiques will Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Worship, 1 the past, to make the Bible available to /' .
\
serve as 3 Joint: attractions' for Sunday School 10 a.m. Ron Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. 1 ; : ','
visitors to the memorial this Bristol Superintendent. TrainIng m. Prayer Meeting, Friday. 7:30: I all. There was a time when men

Saturday and Sunday. Holiday Union 6:45: p.m. Lowell p. m. Rev. Chester J. Shouppe: '
Wm. C Shields music will be presented In the Douglas Director. Worship pastor I were hungry for all the wonderful

auditorium of the Poster Caril- Services 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern messages contained in God's word. I'The
Will Receive lon Tcwer from 3 to 4 p.m. Outlaw music director. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ; '-

Masters DegreeWilliam both 'days. The open house of (Highway 100 at There&sa) Bible (is full of wisdom and ,
z
antiques will be held from 10:30: Sunday School-10 a. m. "
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
Morning Worship-11 a. m. I the teachings that men need. i.
C. Shields son-in- ''a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. STARKE

law of Mr. and Mrs. Bill McRae The public Is cordially invit- SundayChurch School: 9:43: Training Union.-6:30: p. in. I "Man doth not live/ by bread, only, t i
ed to visit the memorial this Evening W01'Shlp.-7:15: p. m.
of Starke will receive the Master a.m.; Holy Communion 11:00: I I Ii
of Religious Education degree weekend. 'a.m.; Youth depart for Gainesville Wednesday Night Prayer Services but by every word, that f 1 ,.
-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle
1
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during commencement to hear "The Messiah,
Court Packhajn, pastor proceedeth, out of the mouth
exercises at Southwestern Baptist Appeal 3:00: p.m.; Evening Worship, 8 f 11

Friday Theological Dec. 19, Seminary at 7:30: p.m.on To Convene HereIn p.m.Monday -Girl Scouts, 3:15: FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I of the Lord." r.I .x ." t -, }

At present Mr. Shields Is JanuaryThe Methodist! Men's Ladies I yr iJt
Minister to Youthat p.m.; OF STARKE _\t Tilt '. eta,
serving as Night Steak Supper. 7 p.m. West Weldon St. and Ralford ::
the Colonial Baptist Churchin First District Court of TuesdaY-Circles 4 and 5, 10am. Road

Dallas. Texas where for-he Appeal will convene here for a .; Brownies 3:15: p.m.; Wes. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. I 11b'; t. .' ,
resides with his wife the =" "'' '
20-( o'
session, January -, ..-..-. :
mer Carole McRae. After grad three-day leyan Service Guild. 730.: 11:00: a.. m. Morning Worship; A' I .
C .
uation he will be in charge of 22.This time Wednesday-Circle 1,11 a.m.: 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : :.;: M .
Youth Education at the church will be the first Circle 3. 10 a.m.: Children's in. Evangelistic Services. i .tQfI lY
st41
that .an Appeal Court session:: Choir Rehearsal, 3:30: ; Prayer Wednesday 7:30 ,
and assistant to the pastor. and It Is : : p. m. Midweek ='At Tht Church. "It Cod i appointed, agtruy in 'lhl| r(1tt' 1't '
Mr. Shields received his BA has been held here avail- Meeting 7:30.: Pxayer Meeting. = world for ,p.odngth., know lid gt ol, His taro I
StateIn !believed that facllJtles ThursdayGIrl Scouts, 3:15: : Pastor: Lester F. Richardson .. i't L'b
degree at Southeastern t: 'for man and ol Hit demand for man to ipond I:'
able now In the new Bradford: Youth Choir Rehearsal 7; : t ta' .
Durant Okla. in 1967. b 'A' to that I... br loving, hit nughbor' Without, 3
County courthouse led to the Chancel Choir Rehearsal, 7:30.: HEILBRONN BAPTIST :=:' llw abounding, in (Ih. bra of, God, no govtrn \Y1 C" ;
selection of Starke for the ses- -DeWitt Farabee. Jr. Pastor 4 '
T. h
IS N.
CHURCH. HIGHWAY :::3 m.nl.' icxitly or way of III. will longptntvtrt '
Elks To HoldMemorials : If, ,
Sumday: School, 9:43 a. m. ::: and Iht fntdomi which w.hold w rA' 'M {ftd
sion.The STREET
arising MADISON '
Service court hears appeals' Morning Worship 11. Training : dear will intvilably push Intrtloft, pan fp
: djS t
CHURCH
throughout BAPTIST
from cases tried Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service : from a itlflin' point' of' saw, ont ihould support ::; rl '
td ;
Sunday, Dec. 7 the first district! ana attor- 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service ::i \, the Church. (tar tht tokt of,tht wilfori ol' him 1\\,' .
will attend Opportunities for service:
neys from a wide area 7:30.: Mil and hit' family' Btyond that', h..It.'V, .,
The Starke Elks Lodge will the session Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. should aid |lni," :: .1 '
-Rev, L. Tommy Howe Pastor :;':: pay ptnon uphold ittftitipohi ',5 ?
hold Memorial Services:: Sunday, Choir Morning Practice Worship 4:30p.m.Youth, 11. Youth -.w.-.".,, -- A 'the Church bit.... it tills tht truth. obcut 'e ,,' -r 'II" .!-., .. o' I

December 7 at 2 p.m. in memory GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH :::: ,;; : i
BIDS Fellowship Supper 5:45 TrainIng ; )t'i :
NOTICE! OP ; -
of deceased:: members. Sealed! Bids will be received Union, 6:15; WMU Prayer Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- :::} ?-p alont ,. .. ': i I
Services are open to the gen- up to and not later than 10:00: ing Worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. 4 Cod II .
Circle 7:15 Evening Worship
In the I.
and especially the a.m. December 17 1969 ; .. .... ..... .Y
eral public Johns pastor .. .
of Budneaa Manager m.Rev. Fred - :::
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office : l.._- ::>....Hh-U.-c..< .. 'd.-:.
of departedElks. (or the 7:30.Wednesday
family and friends: Florida State Prison RA GA Sun- : _
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'ILj
harvested -
ala of Pine Pulpwood NEW RIVER BAPTIST 1
by prleon 1'orcea. beams, YWA, 6:30: p.m. Prayer
The Elks Lode Is located on Bid forms may be secured Meeting, 7:30.: Church Choir Sunday School 10 .a. m. Morn- :::j t.
301 north, across from Baldwin from that office. 12-4 2t 12-11 Practice Deacons Meeting, Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training! I
Chervolet Co 8:30.: Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship(
8 p. m. Wednesday night service I

7:30: p. m. Everyone wlr

come-L. L. Parker, pastor. .


Airpark Baptist Church' I FAULKNERGULF HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE

Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.; Morn.

Ing Worship 11:00: a.m.; EvenIng SERVICE SERVICE i
Worship 7:00 p.m.; Wed.
I Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 : .
AND Carl Hurst
,
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7:00 h
p.m. Study on Book of
Psalms C. J. Sheffield Pastor. Tire Tm-ing 1.
Snap up Everyone Welcome.51NGSLEYLAKE. U-HAUL RENTALS Headlight Adjusting'
IComplete
:
> BAPTIST_ Track Trailer Brake Berries ;:0
Wheel Balance and
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Sunday School 9:30; Training Lubrication Alignment
t
Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning ,;' Minor Tune-Ups 'j .

bargain ;Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Wor- PROMPT ROAD SERVICE '
a N. Avenue ''''
1011 Temple .
ship 7 p.m.: Prayer Meeting =."' :
All Minor Repairs
7:30: Wednesday; PHONE 964.5899
Interim pastor Rev Fred; '
Starke
Munro. 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple ATS. -

STARKE BUILDERS
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301 and 100
Electric rates FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH : SUPPLIES Inc. Hiway ;
Sunday Service: Sunday ,

have gone down School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship ': Featuring Ace Hardware *10 S. Temple Starke LAWSON
10:45 a. m. Evening'Service :: .
eleven times 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service Complete Paint Supplies MEAT MARKET 1.

Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. ::31 and Sporting Good

since 195 -Charles Reese, minister Check With Ua First" AND COLD STORX'GB :I'; .

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1 219 Washington St. 964.5270 EDWARDSGrocery We Specialise In Custom\ slaughter n:;
STARKE .
lag Cutting ,and Wrapping ;

,. Snap! And your home is Sunday Opportunities Dec. Brotherhood of Service: : and Market Prepared for Deep Freer

flooded with light Twist !9! dial
Breakfast and Meeting, 7:30: rLOtIDA
And your laundry gets a.m. Sunday School, 9:45.: Ger1.Me&t.-F..d' ; WHOLESALE ".
:
washed while you .do the Mowing Worship 11: sermon. Ii GAS AND I OIL Phone 964-7059
Click
shopping. !And stars "Just As I Am. Without One EST LOMTROL

of the entertainment world Plea." Training Union. 6:15. I Jack aid Gladys Edward PALMETTO STREET 11

come into the room Evening Worship. 7:30: : sermon. : .

,Ia,,, in full color. "Thou Shalt: Have No( Otter ::. U. S. 301 South Stark. 1:1:

Today.c rely on electricityso Gods Before Me." a CMMMCA1 COL PHONE 944-5412 r
I much, and have it so Mondai\.- Trustees Meeting. :
readily at our f fingertips, that 5:30: p.m. Deacons Meeting BRADFORD COUNTY i
(IJ Youth Choir Practice 7. \ ; Fla.
tie often forget how miraculous' 6 !. Call St. Stoke TELEGRAPH
t TuesdayCal'ol Choir, Sun-
it all would have scented a few ibeams, 3:30: ; Children's Choir, >} 964-5745 for FREE i

generations ago. And \\c seldom Junior GA 4:25.: Brownlee OFFICE SUPPLIES .i

Unowliat a great bargain Group meets at homo of Mrs.: 1 lions and Estimates BRADFORDABSTRACT TYPEWRITERS

flamclcss electric is, especiallyin A. R. Norman; Ethel Biggs

these inflltionartimes. Group at home of Mrs. Hazel CO. ADDING MACHINESWELRY

.-"f The average price \per kilowatt Bitch 7:30. LIAMS
hour paid by I-Pl.-served WednesdayWeekday Bible

families today is one-third less Class, 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting Better Service: For Your PHOTOCOPIERS:: from W9.50
than it \\as in ll)57! 7:30: p.m. Church Choir Practice to $625. Take the drudgery out

!\:wonder, then that you 8:15.: Title Problems of paper work.-

use electricity\ so much. It's I the ThundayVI41ta.Uon., 7 p.m. Official I c.... Rings LEGAL FORMS.

biggest bargain, in your budget Notice Under FlctUlou Nnm.Mlnliitn Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts

", 't..",,,.,, ., Snap it up! Notice In iivroby. given that BULOVA WATCHES 7Ytl.Iluurant.. PAYROLL ENVELOPES .
i" the undiTHljgnod. dealt'Init to ,n-
rage In bUMliioKd umliT thou flutltloin 142 W. Call St. Stark. $
= =ItIi: nniiiu t>t "ltI': n'VI1'\V 158 W. Can Ph. H4.t8ll
I l !Moim.u IIO.MKH! at ms Nurth PhosMJ ""-7044
Tentlilo AviHiua the City ofStarko
.oNoa mMI..IMtt' I IIMraa. I .,., iyln of llntiltord.: IDe.
MIra.uIouno. flats of I-'liu''lil.i.: Intend In raRlMliT CLAY ELECTRIC C OOP I I.0wMd
mild r14'I LIuuw n.iiiio with ;
tlia. Ulrrk .>t thou Clri-iilt fault : ; : fs hers Li.i ....
of llrudfunl "",lItV. b'lueldn. By ThOM We Serrs la Twelve Northesst Florida. c.-- .t. \4 .i..taq por r
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Quality Mobile Homo Urukcr. .
are Heights. -Phos ill :-.:
Or3- DlvlolIf..T\ ."urln BlsctrksJlTKsystoM ). :..
I U.I II I'll I \I| ION I S II I I'.t.lltltl: I : I\ I \\lt.u tlsc. uv*" k..... l.O.iv. lli.ni( il tiki& in l' 7' David AlcLnurlnita U 12-2S ..f... .I,., f.

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; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE I 'For Of Melrose Mrs. I Two New Councilmen ElectedIn 1



Mrs. Mable

27.of Melrose In Gainesville,died Light Voting Tuesday

.. tended Illness.
, -Keysfone Hilites I Harrisburg, Pa. -
I 1885 and was a
The Keystone City Council.
NEWS NOTES celved 78 votes and Huntley!! Council seat to run fir City
J the Lutheran
By JIM have two new faces at its
FOX Redfearn Jr., who tallied: 67. to
: Plea Phone in Your Items 473-414& .r ..... 1Wa Elsie Surviving Mumma is one of meeting in January as a They will replace IncumbentsRay Tax that Assessor post with, was 70 votes.elected;
.. -\I:\ cf Tuesday's! quiet! elec-
} Winans 'and James Cook
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call Mrs. Helen Egan Funeral Mrs. Aughtry Vance was reelected -
Christmas Dinner of the Fellowship please
when all candidates: on
of'the Club. at 2 Sunday 'Who were not candidates for ta the office of Tax Collector -
Club will 'be held at publicity chairman p.m. ticket were unopposed.: On :
: WOMAN'S CLUB orial Chapel, re-election., with vote of 92.
LOCAL ARTIST RECOGNIZEDWe the Keystone Woman's Club on 4734748. a
99 out of a total of 332 qual-
, The monthly luncheon meeting CHURCH Robert D., Burch Incumbent Councilman: Roy Mayor Ray Startles Ikewlss
were pleased to learn that December 11 at 12:30: and cater COMMUNITY : electors vlsltel: the polls.
the Keystone Heights Woman' Christmas Luncheon Interment was in Watkins was re-elected with a ,unopposed, returned faranothcl'
of local artist Dorothy Christo- ed ''by the Woman's Club. President The Annual The two new, Councilmen will was:
Club was held on Tuesday of the Church WOmen' Pa. count of 67. term with 78 votes.
ffers Newman, who Is known and Martha Beam has appointed of all Livingston Jr. who
,
Cay re-
5 Cook who renounced his
Nov. 25, at the clubhouse.Mrs. 'Will be hell at
recognized throughout the state :: Mrs. Ethel Weyman as Circles
C.J. Yaudls Directorof for her excellent water-color chairman of arrangements and ,the Educational Building on """'
District V Florida Federation -' pastel and oil painting, was !program. Assisting Mrs. Wey December 13. This Is a covered Mrs Frances Tosh and' Mrs.
of Woman's Clubs was recently awarded the Florida man are Mrs. Mltta Kersey. dish luncheon at 12:30. (Circle Jesse Owen of Orlando visited ,

guest speaker at this meeting.Her Federations of Woman's Clubs Mrs. Janet Lamm, Mrs Feme 5) Mrs. Ruth Greeson Chair INDIAN their 'brother' and sister-in-law k

theme was "Communica- Purchase Prize. Mrs. New- Hanson, Mrs. Emily Etson, and man, will be hostesses. :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter
tion plus enthusiam" equals Woman man's winning entry was entitled Mrs Lilllaa Norwood. Walter Groll k, program) chairman (Lb .... Sunday.
'f Power. In her delivery "Ebbtide." The main feature of the after has arranged for the By: Michael Mrs. Jo Strandberg spent
Mrs. Yaudis commended the program under dir. t*. & last week in Fitzgerald Ga. vis.
dinner program ds the installation Christmas .
club members for
Keystone AMERICAN LEGION BINGO of 1970 officers. Gordon ectlons of Mrs. Albert Bach. Itlng her granddaughter: and
their fine programs during the The American Legion has Baker will ibe the Installing 4J1f- rnana.. The Executive Board & family Dr. and Mia. Steve Mc- .
past year especially those regarding moved the time 30 minutesfor
up Dec
,week early on Intire.
crime prevention and ilcer. Guest!speaker will be the will meet a Howdy,
Civic Improvement Program. held the regular bingo sessions Rev. Edward Kirby, pastor of ember 19 at 1 p.m. Bradford! County. FISHING NEWS
on Saturday evenings. Church GENERAL MEETINGThe ine by after Ole Leeon took Thursday off.
Hostesses for the luncheon St. Williams Catholic now,
meeting were Mrs. Don Starting this Saturday Dec. 6, In Keystone. Members (of the General 'Meeting of the ner and .supper, for Thanksgiving and didn't

Wallace Mrs. Fremont Tolles bingo at 7:30.play will Readers begin promptly askedto Fellowship Club who have made Church Women will be held hash, Turkey write a poem, so I ,will use his lii
: are '
.
Mrs. Nettie Stitchberry Mrs. notify their friends of this reservations by phone must December 8 at 7:30: p.m. in order \key soup for a space for the little bit of fishIng -

R. Walker Mrs. T.L. Norwood, time change. The games are have their money In to Mrs. to permit the evening circles lust about hate news, I han this w elc.Griffin's .
at-
Mrs. N.J. Morgan and Mrs. A. held at the American Legion Weyman not later than the of working women to cheer up Lodge (east shore of
Malmgren. Hall on Highway 21 north closing of reservations on tend. An educational! and Instructive three weeks lo Santa Fe), had a slim report

Members are advised that (three blocks from the inter- December 6 (Noon.) program ,by use ol it, ,before another this week, due! to all consldsr-:

arts and crafts and sewing i- section). The Clay County Extension film will be shown under the key. atlons. Elmer Crosby and his
tems to be entered In Fine Council Bazaar 'will open at 1 direction of John Crossley Well that's grandson caught 54 Specs while

Arts Festival on February 19 TEEING OFFII p.m. Dec. 6 with a :barbecue Field Representative! of the talk, let's look at fishing! out from Griffin's. Mr.

should be completed for judging Final rounds of the annual dinner served' from 5 to 8 p.m. American Cancer Society. Dr Monday night, Rhoden and Mr. Grace of Keystone
at the last business meetIng Petrock Tournament are being at the Green Cove Springs W. Rale'gh Thompson of Orange James and brought In 48 Specs. To

of this yar. completed this week. Membersare Court House Annex (formerly Park,who Is ths! 'Medical: Director mother Copeland : that the Boss haven't

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB reminded that the spag- Extension Office of Homemak- 'will hoLt an question! visit my uncle biting Roy Griffin and

The Crystal RiverJuniorWo- hetti dinner and awards pre- !ers :tmll'itng). All Keystone' land answer session. The regular and Teenle Alan and Glen went out r
man's Club Is sponsoring a sentation, which was scheduledfor Homemakers members contributing business meeting! of the
speaking engagement featuring this Saturday evening has to the ,baked goods, and Church Women will follow. esville. !: a Rebel. So don't fool your + i t.n t.
pro James W. Turpin, authorof been postponed until the follow- for the Bazaar please have PERSONALS Grandmother self about the Bass not ,biting

"Vietnam Doctor"and founder ing Saturday evening Dec. 13. them at Mallard's: Store not Community Church folks went back to anymore. Roy was back home i
and president of Project The happy hour will at Mr. and called to brag little
begin later than 9 a.m. on December were happy to greet business and and me a
Concern. 6 p.m. For additional infor- 6 so 'that Mrs. Iron may pick Mrs. Charles Smith on their Teenie Cr 8:30: a.m. DISTINCTIVE-Cotton corduroy printed in a magnified
Dr. Turpin will be speakingIn mation, please contact Miss Green to Keystone Heights :Fred Swearlngen of Little herringbone provides magnificent coverage for this hand
her to Joan
them daughters
up on way return :
the Crystal River Primary Rodgers at the Pro 473- 'the some chair and ottoman. The same fabric Is repeated for
Shop, residing in Santa Fe. and Maxle
Cafetorlum on Tuesday evening Cove. They are now Peggy Hersey.: : floor cushions nnd couch in the living room of New York
: Dec. 9. The Is- 4540. Keystone Community Home- former home of Mrs. Ruth Oh- long with Mrs. Kat of Gainesville, were Photographer Jacques Simpson's year 'round bench home.
program 8 makers Club Christmas Party toon. Mr. Smith is retired from Starke went to In Little Santa Fe, and By David & Dash the fabric has a Zepel finish for water
:acheduled to begin at p.m. REHEARSAL DINNER which he served 44 Specs last Saturday aid stain repellency.
will be held on December 17. DuPont Co.. the third time !
The meeting will be to
open Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. Cail-
The regular meeting will beginat both -whe-i Uv ng in Keystoneas Christmas 15 Thursday.
the general public and no admission louet, of Pensacola,entertainedat
will be charged.CONSERVATION dinner 10, with Installation of of well as at Wilmington, Del. \we saw another Leroy Rhoden: and children of
a party Friday eve-
!ulcers for 1970 by 'Mrs. Imogene All good'' wshes to Mrs ,Clara Sullivan. caught 29 Shellcrack-
,- 70's ning, Not,. 21, at the Keystone
who entered J In Hampton Lakelast ENJOY A.MERRIER
Heights Woman's Club R.tenbauffh. "Mrs. Marguerite Helen Plncn ate supper rs
: The University of Florida honoring Quagllano and Mrs. Mildred Hulls Miler Clnls for tests. grandmother, "
their son, Allen Calllouet, and
.Wildlife Society; will serve as his fiancee Miss Jacquelyn Payton, Leader Trainer> delegates Mrs. Etta Clayton of Stacker. and her visitors T. C. Miller of Lake Santa Fe


/the. Reitz Union Auditorium, located A floral centerpiece of a a covered dish luncheon will !Week with the Bridges family and Terry, and I hate to run out on ya so ))
on the campus, on Saturday white and green motif flankedby Ibe served, and the usual exchange ?? T."" rVB Then Mrs. They were Joined but that's all we could WITH A
: morning Dec. 6. The silver candlelabras was el. gifts wall: completethe Clayton and Mr.and:Mrs. Brid- Velma Jerdan up this time. So until

.',program These will start at 9:30. used at the main table which ; festive (:ay. Tentative placeof ges Jo.ned f'lands from Ol'la- ,ton picked me up : wek "Goodbye, and good LOW COST
briefings
are designed
seated the 25 who included home of Mrs. Gardens to !I"Waldo
', to presentup.to-dateand authoritative guests meeting. is the homa City at Callaway see my
f.; Information the honored couple,their Helen Pmon, on Smith Lake.! Georgia where Hill Bran Chitty. who ,was
on vital
't. :conservation topics.Reservations parents the wedding party and Members planning! to attendof non of Birmingham Ala., son last Monday In BANK t ; s"s

C; be made out-of-town guests. in-law of the Bridges. Joined ty Hospital, with Mayor
with Walter Auffenberg may Jr., Mr. Caillouet and Miss Fox them. The gentlemen enjoyedA bles.! Otis and I LOAN 'C

,president of the Wildlife Society presented gifts to their at- Verona N.J., arrived on quail hunting trip on the to church to join Gets 4th TermMayor
at 392-1855. with Miss tendants following the dinner. Sunday for a week's visit with preserve while the lailea: ol ation Program.! b

Sue Ward at 372-8711, or with ROTARY CLUB their cousins, Mr. and Mrs the party enjoyed points of interest Mrs. Nora K O O
W. D Nicholson was
.'Miss Marian Walker at 378- Col. Robert Atkins professor Jack Sullivan at Warm Springs and the spent the week
of Military Science at the Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zowarka ; .for his fourth term
5039. For additional Informa- Franklin Rooisevelt home there ter and -
4, tion concerning the series you University; of Florida was guest" Mr. and Mrs. James Darby COMMUNITY: CHURCH Fred Swearlnpen. .M.a'I the top city official of Wai to Have Enough Gift Money In Time

.. are asked to contact one of. speaker at the Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs.Huntley Redfearn, Rev. Frank Thompson Methodist da Swenrlngen 159 persons went to the polls
r these members. Rotary Club, on Friday after- Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red- minister from Jacksonville Tammy Lynn '. To Take Advantage Of Best Selections -

: noon, Nov. 11. He was Intro- fearn, Jr., Eric Redfearn, Mr. was 'the guest preacher Swearingen' Sr.. Nicholson polled 93 votes to -
chair- and Mrs.Michael challenger George Rhea
duced by the program Redfearn, Mr. Sunday Nov. 30. morning Barbara and Bart
James and Mrs. J.D. Henderson at the 29 votes.Incumbent.
Wharton. and
man
Worship Service. ''all weekend! guests Give' your friends and loved ones gifts that express -
Colonel Atkins presentedsome Mr. and Mrs. James Eland Carl Beggt and
Greer. Presbyterian Swearlngens Jr. regard! You will have Merrier
Rev. Joe your a
KEYSTONE timely thoughts on the were among the football fans Oglcsiy will return to the
ROTC program on college cam- who attended the FloridaMiamigame minister and teacHer at Colum-will Mr. and Mrs. Council. Newcomer M. E. Christmas making then really happy.

puses in general. His presen- in the Orange Bowl on bia College Atlanta, Ga.. on spent also gained a seat on U you're short of cash this season and who
tation Included a history of Saturday evening.Mr. !be candidate guest minister Mrs Dorothy board. isn't Let's talk it over.
HEIGHTS the ROTC program at the Uni- and Mrs. James Wharton Sunday. Dee. 17 at 11 o'clock. Key. They ate Vote totals for the five coun

:. versity; of Florida, and he explained entertained friends with a din- the dock and candidates Tuesday::! were: :
what the Is ner and listening parry at their tiful weather. COME IN GET ACQUAINTED
program 115, Oglssby 92, Bgg: l
; DIRECTORYBEAUTY presently doing in the way of home on Saturday evening.Fol- Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Matthews an Incumb-
: training student cadets. lowing a buffet dinner the r and children of councilman, 83, and Vir KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
.-: Graham Cocks, a graduate guests enjoyed listening to the and Mrs. David Nicholson, 67.
SHOP student at the University of Florida-Miami game. Guests dren of '
F.D.I.C.
Tax Assessor! W. 'M. Norwood Keystone Heights, Fla.
Florida, was the guest speaker included. Mrs. R.V. Walker and Thanksgiving:
120 ba unopposed.Of .
KEYSTONEBEAUTY at the Rotary Club on son Veazy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert patents, Mr. and 325 registered: was voters 159 "Your Friendly Dank In Your Friendly
Friday afternoon Nov. 21. Menzen Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter. Community."
SHOP Cocks, who was Introduced by Lavon Lowery, Butch Ivey Mr. Mr. and Mrs. .
local Rotarian Fremont Tolles, and Mrs. Bill Belote, Mr. and and sons spent '.
KDITH JOHNSON. Owner Is attending the university; with Mrs. Frank Walrath and Jim tti with his parents '
Personal aDd creative HaIr Etyl- the assistanceofaRotaryFoun- Richard Lanier.
Fox.Ernie
Jgf crew Tom of Beauty dation Scholarship. He has Tomes and George Ricky Lanier,
,
Culture Tue*.-&&. H; closed
earned M.A. In
tisnIcT. a degree Schaeffer are not at home following them for the
Economics. He Is presently their recent operationsat Jack and Lou

BUILDING MATERIAL completing his studies for a the Veterans Hospital.These dren. T. C., Jeff
HARDWARE M.A. In Statistics. close friends, who believe the Thursday and

old adage "that misery loves liard visiting! Mr.
HERE N' THERE company," entered the hospitalat McGowan and son
BROOKLYN Mrs. E. Bacon, of Jacksonville the same time for the same :Mr. and! Mrs.

:, SUPPLY HOUSE spent the Thanksgiving operation. Both report that they dren, of Atlanta,
holidays with Mrs. N. Graysonand are now feeling much better. giving weekend
: Lumber Plywood Builder'sHardware friends In
Keystone Heights. They would like to thank their Mrs. Tom
:+ -Rooflnr S7heetrockPaneling Mr and Mrs. Tom Bryant many friends who rememberedthem 1 I '

P.lnts1a&loa had as weekend guests Mr. during their illnesses. Joying
Tools ElectMcal' .* ;Plumbing Bryant's son and daughterinlaw Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gardnerand WIth! them were

Supplies. Mr. and Mrs. ThomasW. daughter of Tallahassee, 0 Enoch Peterson
.
Hwy M N. of Keystone.473-4884 Bryant of Pensacola, and were weekend guests of Tom's Mrs Llnnie IN FANCY DECANTERS
another son, Lt James Bryantof parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam key Gaunt.
Jacksonville. Gardner.Mr. :::: ;:::'=::;::::::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::: ,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,;,:".,:,:,:,;,;,:,:.:,::: :::::: :
CONCRETE PRODUCTS A young female calico kit-
"r ten, with a dark marking on and Mrs. Robert Gibsonof ; ( f Lounge Open Daily
I
FORCONCRETE .
Largo, were holiday guestsof BINGO
,'. front right paw, was found near
!: PRODUCTS Williams' their son-in-law and daugh-
St. Catholic Church.
and Mrs. James Beeler. IKS Mon. thru Sat.
: CALL OR SEE ter, Mr.
If this could be your kitten, ,
Edward's Building please claim by calling 473- 1i f
4605. Col. and Mrs. James Ches- NOTICE 10 A.M. Till 12
in Orlando i
Inc. on
Supply, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Men- sington were
72' S. MAIN 3724844Gainesville zen and family former Key- business last week. CLOSED SUNDAYS
Rev. and Mrs. Milton J.
.' Florida stoners now residing In f Bingo Games at the ::111
at their homeon .
," Atlanta were weekend guestsof Scripture are now {, :i

? t iNURSJERY Mr.and and family Mrs. Frank Walrath Lake their Brooklyn four-month Drive stay following ;| gion, Keystone Heights, will L 1

at the Big Darby Baptist ChurchIn Barclay's Bourbon Qts. 5.10Barclay's
Miss Helen Dittmer for- ::: ,
a :
f;: O.C. Carnes Nursery mer resident Is spending the Plain City; Ohio. Rev.! Scrip :| 7:30 P.instead, o. 8:00
ture was Interim pastor dur- : # 4.95
holidays with her brotherinlaw Gin Qts. -
} ,
Thousands of plants
and sister ing this period. During their 4f D b
Fruit Trees-Shade Trees Albert Bachmann., Mr. and Mrs. stay Rev. and Mrs. Scripture j| Commencing Saturday ecem #

Evergreens Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Arnold enjoyed visits with their son- :::i-w.: : ::: ; : : ::::WftW: :::::::::::::::::::::: ;::::::;::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::

': Camellias & Azaleas of Lakevlew Drive, entertained in-law and daughter, Rev. and SPECIAL Special Close-Out
Mrs. James Eckles of Beaver
'f MOST ALL IN CANS guests Mr. and from Mrs.Ohio Ed Dwyer last week.spent Falls Pa., and with their son COCKTAIL HOUR

;y PLANT ANY TIME the holiday weekend at Sani- and daughter-in-law, Rev. and Old Taylor I Wines

4 Beautiful RosesLandscaping, bel Island. Mrs. George B, Scripture of 5 TO 7 P.M.

;. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuber Hamilton Ohio.
r. '. entertained family and friends Last week Rev. and Mrs. EACH MONDAY TUESDAY
5 659.2165 DRIVEINFRI.SAT.SUN. STOP RY AND SEE
Phone with a holiday dinner at their Scripture enjoyed a trip to WEDNESDAY
AND
-!" South Florida where Jhey visited OUR LOW LOW PRICES
home on Clover Lane last
of Starke
1.' 23 Ml. S. S. on with their other son-in-

;' Hwy. 100_!at.Elorahome Thursday Mrs.afternoon.Schuber's Guests sister included law and daughter, Rev. and DECEMBER

Mrs. Frank D. Smith and fam -- -
': Mrs. Theodore Jung of Kew
" Gardens! N.Y.. Mr and Mrs. ily.Ronnie fJJgfj: For Your Holiday Shopping' Convenience' We
?:: S. E. McKAY, REALTOR Leo LeBlanc and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Is now at home WANE .... MHSCAH Honor Your Master Charge and BankAmerlcard _J
with his following sur-
y APPRAISAL SERVICE Ed. Dwyer. family HAL ____. .
;;Y Mortgage! Broker Mrs. John Hennessy of Elizabeth gery In Jacksonville last week. ....
4: Notary' Public N.J., Is enjoying a holiday Mrs. Eugene Duhe and son GLEN
Brian, of New Orleans, returned
visit
;, OPEN HOUSE DEC. 13 with her brotherinlaw last week following a visit with CAMPBELL
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
'.+' COME TO SEE) US YOU ALL Jack Sullivan of Nelson's Point. Mrs. Duhe's brother-in-law and Holiday Lounge & Package

< Mr and Mrs. Al Beranek.of sister Mr. and Mrs. Everett KIM
;: Mrs. Melba Il.en. Associate Sun City were holiday guests Fox. Mrs. Duhe and her son '
:,: Keystone Office 473-1816 of Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan. were here to attend the CalloustFox DARBY '. Hwy 21 North Keystone Heights'! New Phone No. 473.4776

:. Home 473-1710 473-Mlt Mr. and Mrs. John Olson wedding on Satur- IIo.a... .. .
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;. day evening. Nov. 22.
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r kidney which were punctured.

RECMAIW(} HEWS Woodburi} He 'also'! received a broken hip. .

Hurt fractured leg fractured rib

Auto Collision broken cheek bone two breaksIn GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryAir
his lower jaw ..., concussion
CLAIMS ,
FIRST FEDERAL Builders got a score when Cadillac : are no class ices,

SMALL FRY GRID TITLE Uniform played them right of materials used. Woodb down to final second as It tooka Information call Myers said that after the
First Federal Savings &Loan and; Mrs. N. L, Woodburn
the 1969 Small 30 yard touchdown run by ;partment. was seriously 'injur collision the !Ford spun around Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES
has wrapped up 'the' road while the Chevrolet
Joey Thomas to win the game on Equipment
Fry Flag Football Championship. :! remains on the critical
for Builders 6-0. was knocked Into the ditch
Air Condltlonfair
MUSTANG
remaining at St. Vincent's Hospital
With Just one game
The second game saw Kochs The Recreation pinning WooJburn Inside. Both Heating By

they are. undefeated Wednesday with Nov.a 10-19, Drugs down Carp's Store 16 'basketball' : leagues. accident, following near an Mul auto--le- cars were described as a total General Electric Santa Fe Tractor, Mobile Homes, Inc.

0. Gary Reddish got loose on and Bantam Boys
0 record.In played last week, a 60 yard pass, Randy Crews way with practice last Thursday. loss.Bryan (Tom) Nolan 57. ft Rosa's Sbeet Metal, Inc. FORD Gainesville's Discount Mobile

First games Federal waltzed past Ken- got the two point conversionand 'meek to State Trooper' passenger! In Wood urn's car Galne vllle-<4520 N E. 18th Ter. Farm Tractors It Implement Home Sale Lot.

Fried Chicken, 24-0 Koch took an 8 0 half- The Small Fry Myers, who( Investigated, 'ian Norman both escaped 'with- Tel 378-8282 USED EQUIPMENT NEW MOON CAPELLA
tucky accident, the driven! by
time lead. The second half was car o """ SERVICE
Wednesday, Nov. 12.and then 10, started: out serious'! injury. SALES PART BRONZEWOOD
on downed Community; State Bank all Kochs again as Scott Sala- Dec: 1. at the !! ia 1964 Chevrolet Myers said that Norman was AUTO SALES Low Monthly Payments
zar intercepted a Carp's pass was traveling! north on charged! wjlh: reckless" drtvlnr 4820 378-1346
18-6. partment.! Small : GARDEN SUPPLIES N. W. Mth -
In the Kentucky Fried Chicken and ran It back 15 yards for 'Rice each Monday : approaching MlddlaVurff.: and drinking. The charge will BRASINGTONCADILLAC .
It was struck on the dri
touchdowns the touchdown. Randy Crews be heard In Clay County Court,
game, four boys put day afternoons 4-5 OLDSMOBILE
on the Scoreboard for again added the 2 points after Recreation side by a 1961 Ford sedan Green Cove Springs, on Dec. SALES A. SERVICE Johnson & Faris, Inc.
and Koch's had the game by Forest Edward Nor-
First Federal. Mike Kitchenon Temple 17. Selection of Vied Can MUSICBALDWIN
Avenue. Fine
wrapped up. 16 0. 51, of MLddl!!burg.
a 3 yard pass, Wade Wink- The Bantam Taken On Cadillac Trade I SEEDS- PLANTS
Standings (Thru Thursday, sail: : that Norman was
ler on a 25 yard run Billy Nov. 20>: Starke Builders 6-0.' began their Bowden.'I''I'r south( on 21 and was Frankly, we don't know that 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-8301 Insecticide-Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS PIANOSORGANS
Ricks on a 3 yard pass, and Dec. 2 ,
Cadillac Uniform 3-3 Kochs with the road." we'd care to take vacation
over Eye
Curtis Davis ona 4 yard run. being held at the trip to the moon. With those Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA CHOKI Of TNf AITISTS'
Wade Drugs 2-4, Carp's Store 1-5. told Myers that: Nor- We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders
17
In Winkler the game two, Nov.touchdowns, on Schedule Thursday Nov. 20- Department' 4.5 had already min two cars hot days and cold nights the 224 N.W. 8th Ph. S78- C71 ..&CrphamMUSLCeoG'ville. ? -
put would be too complicated
packing -
Cadillac Kochs 5 Tuesday and
4 vs
the board with runs of 30 and p.m., ; the road before! crossing .

21 yards and Mike Kitchens p.m., Builders vs Carps. noons.This Is the first the center line again, 4 wheel drive and can MATERNITY WEARFOR Shopping Ctr. 372-535

added 'a'21 yard' run to lead Monday, Nov. 244 p.m..,' Small with WooJburn's:' car. Sales Parts Service
Cadillac vs Kochs 5 p.m., Fry : : :
1 First Federal to an 18 6 ; received serious In- An Clean Used Toyotas
undeveloped
MOVERSLong
Builders Carps. league will be to country
vs
Injuries to his spleen MOTHERSTOBEA
victory over Community; Bank. these
days is one that can't 1700 N. Main 376-1268
Final Game Tuesday, Nov. fundamentals and: ,
-
Leonard Johnson got Communi1y's had to tfi removed, and think of anything to riot FULL LINE OF Distance Moving
Builders the boys to be
; lone score on a 16 254 p.m., vs liver, one lung, and' one about. Lingerie Dresses Slacks
Kochs; 5 p.m., Cadillac vs game and have fun. Beauty Academy O Storage Packing
yard
run. Suits
Bermudas Battling
Tops .
In other games played last Carps. ADULT MEN'S @31 B Crating Shipping!
week Community; met Andrews There will be WINTER DRAFTS POWELL'S EXPECTANTLYYOURS Fire Estimates Call
SMALL FRY AND BANTAM
Drugs and came out on top ing for the purpose /l. Transparent Plastic HILL'SVan
6 0. It was a scorelesstie BASKETBALL REGISTRATION. JP':
BEGINS ing the Men's STORM KITSSTORM Beauty AcademyLearn INC.
In the first half but In Service Inc.
gue, Monday ,
The Recreation Departmentwill night
the second half, Community; a, Profession In Your 8.F.J.C.MEN'S .
706 W. University-Opp
drove down into Andrew's ter- begin registering boys 8- 8 p.m. in the !! Spare Time. Full or Part Time 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vllle

ritory; with Frankle Crews go- 13, for the Small Fry and Ban- partment! on h .l.% 219 N.W. 10th 378-2766: .

Ing the final four yards for tam Basketball leagues. Anyone II_ n WEAR -
the game winning touchdown.On This year we will have for team in the league as ELECTRIC MOTORS

Monday, Nov. 17, Andrews the first time Small Fry Bas- is urged to attend. WINDOW KIT 39?. 3724271is
ketball, an instructional league, STAG 'N DRAG
Drugs won a close game 6-0 s Kit consists of 36 x 72 tough plastic ELECTRIC 70t
for 11 -13 instead of the
over Kentucky Fried Chicken. boys CARD OF sheet, 18 ft. fibre moulding and nails.
Late In the first half, David usual age break down of 10- The Kindness Griffin Salts
Carter scored from the one 12. The boys may start regis- of neighbors and STORM DOOR KIT 49 .. Motor Repair Co. Arrow Shirts Florahelm Shoe

foot line to get the victoryfor tering at the Pratt Street Cen- (recent illness will Ea vvo Kit consists of 36 x 84 tough plastic Of Gainesville. Inc. Formal Rental

Andrews Drugs. ter beginning Thursday, Nov. main with, my Insid.or ii y sheet, 21 ft. of fibre moulding and nails. Repairing Rewinding Ladles Sportswear C666

Standing: First Federal 10- 20.Small will begin ory. My sincere .,9ut. At Hardware ft Lumbar Dealers Everywhere New and Used. 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY .
Fry practice -
0 Bank 3-6-1
Kentucky, Community Fried; Chicken 3 I.- Monday, Dec. 1, and Ban- gratitude for all :; Chicago W.rp, Bro 60651*. ,, Plon Eitabliihtd art.' in PUillcs 1924 U16 N. W. Mth Ph. 372-8318 and GAINESVILLE MALL
:Inga acts.
tam will start Thursday, Dec.
6-2 1. Andrews Drugs 3 7 2. Mrs Jessie


BANTAM FOOTBALLWith CERAMICSThe

adult ceramic classesare CARL BEGGS
still being held each Mon-
four games remainingto T
be played in the Bantam Flag day night, 7-10 p.m., and Gulf Service

League Starke Builders' Sup- each Wednesday morning 9 USED ARTS

plies looks as though they have a.m. until noon. .slit. 'Tap Price* for Wrecked

the League Championship all Anyone wishing to attend these .-.-, '_.t.;*__ _...._.- ,..,-t- 24 Hour Wrecker[ Service
wrapped up. Going into Tues- sessions may do so by just .. -..
day, Nov. 18, they were un- coming to the Recreation Department fuel UU -
defeated with a 6 0 record.On (Old Armory) on either MI WAMTBD" Laundry PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned Used Can -

Tuesday, Nov. 11, Starke of the days or both. These S ''':T''T1'1) AD BATES workers Kitchen aids laborers $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy lOt N. Wald
._ NEW AND USED __
cottage parents watch name brands to choose tram 4S1tn8GAINESVILLE
L" w 16 _.... ---"" IJIS(7tfadmo man, cooks and clerks, ground- SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Parts It excellent repairs all INSURANCE AGENCY ;,

r3da.l keeper truck driver. Five & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of Auto > lire Homeowners

New Adult Education Class > were .ver al ..17Estr. day week, eight' hour day. Water Softeners ft Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, GaIn_ LIFE & ACCIDENT

r State retirement, vacations, Expert: Service On vio)! 376-7110. tfebg"World's : : I
eIIar. U sot sick leave.If Interested please Keystone H4ghte 41S-469
All Makes
,-Ornamental HorticultureCOURSE _.4 d .._ ..UUS.rW. apply in person" Personnel Easiest
PlumMaa- Service
Manager Sunland TrainIng Method of TT'
Phone 964-7061 (
CONTENTCare ., __111110" Center. Gainesville. Fla. Active Exercise" MEN WANTED Men cottage

of Home Lawns, Flowers. Trees and An equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP The Fntinlous parents age ove21.. Starting

Shrubs. Propagation, Fertilization, Insects, 1 eo._ per word AND SUPPLY CO. pay $329 month, promotion opxMtuattles .

Pruning, and Growing.For CARDS OF THANKS tfeng: INSURANCE: In pay.and 8 regular hour daYS Increases -

information the Bradford-Unlon SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic AT REDUCED RATES SLUn I Gym day week sick leave ",vacations,
M word or loaa --_ $.C0 AUTO. FIRE. BOAT
Area Vocational-Techincal Center, Phone ] Letters b Numbers for Interior ,State retirement. U Interested,

964-6150 Xack word over 8O .., and exterior use. All sizes, co- DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE For HomeDemonstration please apply In person Personnel L .
lors. Bradford County T le- AGENCY Manager Sunland Training Center -
graph U tea* Call Gainesville Fla.

OFFICIAL 964.7839 An equal opportunity employ'
INSPECTION NATION PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to BAIRD tf die er. D .
Opea Dally S AM5:30 P. M. $625. Take the drudgery out

Excepr Saturday S U Noon of paper work.-Bradford Coun- Mobile Homes DID YOU KNOW its easy to ADDING MACHINE ROLLS ER

W & D TRACTOR SALESBox HILL'S GARAGE tv Telegraph tf NEW and USED own a Longchamp Home'Better ? File Folders, complete line of-
built for F >r4a? Bv-
Keystoae Height SEWING MACHINE Cleaned 810.12 Wide ing. Yow plan or ova Fice supplies -The Telegraph

75 LaCrosse, Fla. Ph. Alachua 462-2628 Telephone 473-4465<< oiled and adjusted In jour OalvlDe Your lot or ours. Contact Bu Phone S64-6305.

i OLIVER TRACTORS FOR RENT: TV sets, baby home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner Good Quality ford Mitchell, phone :C64; WANTED: Used Wringer' -Wadt-

bed, eleo. guitar, amplifier, repairs. Dennis also. All work guaranteed Reasonably Priced 8853 P O. Box 2311 Ptarke er. Will! pay c..1or take In S. E.; 2nd Ave. &:
10 DIFFERENT SIZES E. Cogging, Phone
refrigerators: day or week. DAHMBR'B. 4311428. Gainesville 378-2785 :.1/1. trade on anything. DAHMJOVS: : 2nd Street
Sidewinder !Mowers Holland tfchg
Implements, ,
864-7923. tf-ehf. Serviced, Guaranteed and 964-7923. tf-Ckf Near Post Office
:Transplanters. Coif Planters., John Delivered In Starke Area I, 'Open 'Til.8 P.M.
ANTIQUES Come out and JIMMY MOORE'S WILL BUY: Used Appliances
Combine and Hay Equipment I I
; iIle see our large collection bottles, NO EXTRA COST Furniture, TV', Stereos aJ17. ,
Brown furniture, glass, hardward variety US 441 H, 4501 NW 13th :: SUN SPORTSMOORE thIng of value. DAHMER'S,

j: Blue Ezee Flow and Others. f. of all kinds. We buy and Gainesville 378-2785
bedroom
Two
FOR RENT
PlasticLetters -
:i trade. Come out and !browse : BOAT TOR SUPER STICK Vinyl
TRACTOR.REPAIRS on *T MAKI-N! MODELSCalvin i'\ around. Griff all sizes, colors. Perm- trailer, 3 miles south on hlway
Old Trading YOUR MONEY
.. ( 'Poet, 2 1-2 ANTIQUES bought and .sold aacnt, far; use on wood, glass, 100. Phone 9648245. Itp
miles north of
..Y.// furniture ref'nlVied, upholster. Starke Ph. 664-117111 plastic, pa-ier: metal, leather
C. Williams and Raymond Dyal.UIl VolkswagenNew -. Starke on US 301. Phone 964- ing. cabinet work, antiques restored Complete Outboard & Stern ANYTIIINGIBradford I County FOR RENT Mimosa Mobile

i I 7289. tfchgA. to original beauty. CallC. Telegraph. It Home Park Trailer. and
Drive Service and Repair.
I & Used E. J-ckson, 1313 West Madison space for rent. Phone 9647498.
Complete Fiberglass Rep.tr.Cu.
NIe 08+M1a'a00aA4ot8'NgopMtApeAbMMagt+AMeAkMM MNult. Sale.- Service J. Thomas Registered Real st. Phon 964-'}'70. tfch? s t o m-built Fiberglass! FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bedroom tfchg
trailer outside city limits.
'Estate
'i8WldasVIV:! I '1 MI. North 01 Tkb Mall ializing Broker since 1953. Spec- FA YES' FABRICS -First qual. Fishing Boats J. B. White. 9646114. tfchg FOR SALE New dinette set
In
96 'Iel' eplaol'eihptSIOC | | 1 GAINESVILLEFOR appraisals for estates Ity dress, drapery, upholstery and 30 inch gas stove. $50 cash

-( sn) 'uy i isuoiDoi 'ldw'l 'N 1t.1 corporate and Individual mater'al. Not'ons. mill ends, BUY SELL. TRADE: Used Unfurnished: hous for( rent. and take up payments. Call

owners. Thirty years experienceIn secon's. Metal zippers lOc: to Toys, Stove lurnl"hpd. $75 per month. 9647337. It
{ silDS| SUSUOON Florida Land Matters. 205 N. :roc. Weik: days 10 to 6; Friday Furniture Appliances.Trading 315 N. Clark St. Ph. 964-5311. or

lu6.1Dl SALE Concrete blockhouse Temple Ave., Starke, Fla., Tel. Saturday 10 tj 9' Sunday I Toola. -7434 Wimberly'Blaudlng Blvd.. 473-4719.: tfCAMPER WANTED LISTINGSOn
.IalDaa .IU 9645701. Poet,
; 3 bedroom 1 bath, een- tf 1 f) 6. On 301 1W miles North Jacksonville. tfchjMARY Homes and Acreage Buyers

Y'' IIOJ!) trtl teat alr-condltlonlng. Oor- FOR SALE 2 bedroom house of WMrto on 301. tfchg Waiting. Strout Realty Reg.

YWYIY'V, '''''''SSlSS'W' YOIII01l per lot phone 9M-53OT. tfchg furnished. 3 1.2 ,acres, 'high and Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.
FOR RENT- 2 bedroom unfurnished Ph. 364-6609 Starke, Fla.
dry. on Hwy 18 'at Kingsley house 640 W. Gardner. iII

ART Lake. Phone 533.3977. tfchg Phone 964-5213 for Information. I FOR SALE OR TRADE My

S3WOH 31I90WM3IA1S3H3 tfchg, SAL': personal 66 Impala 2 dr. HT.
''EXPERIENCED WAIT R E 8 S
AT-AC-PS-PB. Vinyle) topClean. -
t HAS
I wanted. Good pay..Apply in per SERVICE Small appliances I 2920 Wsldo Road Good condition. See At

) ) EVERYTHINGSTARKE eon at Longhorn Restaurant, IT. at Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. Gainesville 376-OC91 385 Alton Rd. Phone 964-5480
8. 301 South
tfchgFOR Call St. Phone 9645311. tfch! CARTERPAINTS- Authoriitd Dealer Starke. Etton Jordan Up

RENT 2-bedroom FOR RENT -Small 2 bedroom "Starcraft" "Dreamer" HOUSE FOR SALE Nice 3

trailerS miles South of Starkeon unfurn'ahed\ house. 243 N. BaySt. "Wheel Camper" bedroom home as low as $100

I Phone 964-6848 301. Call 964-7490 between 8 Conveniently locate! Itch I Travel Trailers Truck down-$79! a mo. No qualifyingWe

uiojj auioii lqol\I! \ Mau B UI| seuisui3: | puadS 'a.m. & 4 ,p.m. or Waldo 468- Campers Fold Downs finance. Located one block

1222. Itch* HELP WANTED Permanent I SALES A. SERVICE I W. of 301 on W. Davis St. Call

3DIJJO:: :: NV Q33N I 'OR RENT Klngsley Lake PUBLIC NOTICE- position.: All company benefits.. or write Housing Development

3W brick duplex apartments WANTED Minimum starting salary $1 Corp. P. O. Box 7337. Orlando

lone 964-5391 or 964-7783. Mer- Some to per hour. Apply Southern Wood I FOR SALE One used Duo Fin Area Code 3054244963.
03M011V UV110Q dOI one assume paymentson
.it Williams tfohg SINGER DIALOMATIC SEWING Preserving Co. Baldwin. Fla. R i I Therm heater. Good condition. 3tp 12-18
a.m. to 4 'tfchg WALLPAPER
p.m.
MM. T. L. Wainwright Lawtey.
jOpw.L >i1"J.SIJ: l 1 Bed Room Frame Dwelling MACHINE In beautiful 2tchg 12-4 FOR RENT-Nice unfurnished
3-4 Acre of land paved street we In at console. Must place in SHORT ORDER cook-mal or
3 bedroom house( In good neighborhood
and sidewalk private water your"Ufa to a reliable party. fema!!. Call between hours of
aajjlo; uu supply, cheap electricity ten Balance now paly $69.20. Phone 11-fl. 473-093.: Good pay, pleasant RENT WITH Option to buy In alto furnished apart-
ment" W. H. Nollman tfchg
Starke: Keystonearea, Jan.
3531948. Jacksonville: COL working conditions. KeyStone or
Jot given\ a'nuoiv\ aasa v .\\Ou pecan trees, close to school.
aaaMXui I Offered at reasonable price with LECT. Day or night, ask for He'ghts area. 2tch? 12.11 15. 1978.() J. R. prycle P. 0.Lox .

credit manager. Will deliver li:5, Jupiter FU. 33458.2t PAYROLL ENVELOPES,
terms and cheap: interest. A. J.
aJjO! 8UlIas.Iauv
FOR RF.NTbedroom house
no obligation. :! 12-4
Tel. 964-5701.
Thomas Realtor
i trailer. Central heat awl air WE ,RUING MACHINE ROLLS
a'll! slaaiieqM. ,J"'lLcJ 4tch? 12-2 MAKE
: SEWING MACHINES con1It!ont'd. Water furnished FOR SALn-J. D. Tractor hyC fil- Folders, complete line of-

Largest aelectloca: from whlctt FOR' RENT-.Masonary efficlency 3 miles N. on 301. Phone 964- : j Il'c' 1 1ft, 3 pt. New ideal pull fire: unnnllpnK7.KKA.SK
to Neleo cottage on Lake Santa Fe 5846. Up KEYS I typ3! : corn picker good) $375. 3 TYPEWRITER
choose. Pftff. Necchl.:
$40 per month for permanent pt. rear mourtnl I cultivator PAPER Mimeo Paper, Bond
New Home, ft Universal.
resident. Barnhlll's Resort Hl FOR SALE -19R8 Hon'a 8.90 I $125. Ford 4 bla'? disc plow 3 Paper, Notebook Fillers. -
ALL
REPAIR MAKES.
way 21. Itp good condition Helmet, shield -- pt. $60. Power corn busker, Bradford County Telegrsph._
:::: c: National Sewing and rack. Trailer service pole. FOR SALE Used D'to Therm shelter $50. Largr 1 wheel trail.

FOR SALE-2! bedroom trailer, Phone 9647627. Itchg crcuUt.c; : :: tester.: : : Good! con- er $75., J Cole ftrUllzor dIStributor FOR SALE-XMAS trees. Holly

O ae Machine Co., Hi ,bath. Call: 4311000. Itchg dltlon. Phone 964-6575. $45. 8' re-Flow: lime> ,branches, Cabbage plants. Ph.

In W. University Are, 378-1 III, FOR SM.E-Welch ponv g :ntle. = FOR CHRISTMAS SALE: Fins Any child can ride. Trade or FOR SALE-1968 Custom 10 ft. plow $40. 600 gal. tank $15. 30" W. A. Stern. 2tp>> 12-12

4-year-oH: Gilding: Quarter sal*. Also 20-0: r'He.! Pr-me) 96436.18 truck camper. Sleeps five. 3 buzz saw $25. /' x> 58 a. farm
'=' F EUNICE NURSERY Horse with/ saldie.' Phone 782 : or ret, 'M. L. Luke.! Burr e:'. Gas: i-tw, Ice Box: with Improvemer s. Logan 1-4 FOR 'SALE 18 mo old flllv

z: Satsuma. Kumquat, pear and 3660. Up 2lp 12-11 : $!IOCI. R. P. lull Pi. 473-3152 mile south Waldr U. S. :HOI. UpFORjlINT Sired by Joe's Moco: (black stallion
e_ m F shade trees. Blueberry plants i after pm. 2tchg 12.11 i $150. Phone 9647707. Itch
f Azaleas, Camellias Ornamental FOR SALE-'62 Dodge stat'O' WANTEDMale over 21 wish -1.2 bedroom
shrubs, :3' for $1 up. 2 m. northof wall'onV8 auto trans. -P. 8 rhnuff-r license.. Full FOR SALE Dairy heifers= nlahed houne. 1 'droom furnished WANTED-H. O. guage electric

f Lawtey on Hlway 301 turn -P. B. A. C.-radio & henterS200. Dixie Pioduce. 218 E. Wa't.mI"1 breodJMt: age J. M\rln-w 964-6968. ( apartment. 570 W, Call train outfit. Phone 864r7QlB.

"Iris at sign. Phone 7823465. Itchg Phone 964-6SI2. 2tchg ton. ItchC i. Phone 9M-5AB4. Npht ikhi

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