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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 11, 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 )
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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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The patron saint Uddleland turning east on Madison to nounced over a public address
will arrive In Starke at 10:30 .Cherry then north on Cherryfor system.

.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, when one block, turning weston Roy Burnham chairman of
:lie annual Christmas Parade Call Street to Court Street the Retail Merchants Division
sponsored by the Retail Mer- north, disbanding at the Florida -
expressed thanks to all the local A .
chants Division of the Chamber Bank parking lot. clubs, churches, business A N1 '

of Commerce takes place. All parents In Bradford and firms, and the BUS Band, Drill ,, ,, aa1 v. .I, q'7hn,
Schools, civic organizations neighboring counties are urgedto Team, Color Guard, and Indi- t,
churches and businessmen bring the children to town
vidual entries for their partIn
have! entered floats and decorated and let them enjoy the arri- planning what promises to
Santa Claus in Starke. m
val of
vehicles stressing the
be an outstanding holiday due
Christmas theme. Entries will Prizes will be awarded by to the efforts of the many peo-

be Judged In the assembly area Mayor Hurst and John Myers ple invloved. to a wonderful Christmas seaCity Council): BUS Color Brownies and Girl Scouts; SoChristian Church; Smith listic Team; BUS Student Council -
on the south side of the BUS Chamber of Commerce exe- "Thanks also to the retail son," Burnham added. Guard; Grand Marshal's car; phomore Class religious float; Plumbing (mule and wagon); religious float; Baldwin
football field one-half hour betime.- cutive secretary, during the merchants who thought enoughof Following Is the official paBIIS Drill Team and Band;Smoky Stump's Dept. Store; Free Will Eagle DeVane's; Starke Gar Chevrolet; Bayless Highway
fore scheduled parade parade In front of the cham- our community to give the rade line-up: The Bear; Candy Stripers; Baptist Church; Mark Davis den float; Starling Farm SupBaptist Church; Grace Baptist
The route of the gala parade ber office on Call Street. Pic- young, the young at heart, and City Police Dept.. car; Sheriffs Charles Sapp (horseback. ridhorse); Junior Woman's Club ply; Little Women's Club:CUBB Church; Santa Claus (,Starke
will be south on Orange tures of the winners will be all citizens of our area the Dept. car; Chamber of ing): Junior Woman's Club (playhouse); Williams Jewelry; Neighborhood Service Center;' Fire Dept.); Bradford Hoping
Street to Madison Street, made and their names an- thrill and Joy of a kick-off Commerce: Parade Marshals float Dog Santa (Fenl-Poodle)>; Ronny Smith (bicycle); First Starke Civltans Howe Evange- Club Carp's Dept. Store.
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i Marvin Halt\ ; Harris, ;33-;)

Convict 3 New' County Clerk native year-old, liradl'ord was sentenced County


Tuesday: to :20 years in the

: .. ... .. state prison: after being
Takes Office
HereThe
In County Court .., ... convicted of an abominable
and detestable crime
man who may be Brad-
ford County's first Republican against nature.

Two of five defendants who In other action Monday, Don county clerk and exofflcio Circuit Judge George I.. Pat-

went to County Judga's! Court Lewis Muse changed::! his pleato V + -.arA taAt to clerk of the circuit court took ten handed down the sentence,
Monday and Tuesday: were /guilty to operating! a motor r st rj ,{ office in the new county court- the maximum under Floridalaw.
found:! nct guilty! and threa vehicle while his driver's license I + house_ Monday, Dec. 8. The jury was out only
were convicted cf misd m an- was suspended.! :! He was f em 30 minutes.
..
ors.County sentenced to a fine of $51 or The charge goes back to
Judge T. A. Yawn to five days in Jill. Two LinemanKnocked Dec. 7, 1967 when Harris kid-

presided.In cases against! J. B. Murphywere sapInman napped a 14-year-old Jacksonville -
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action Monday: De:. 8, di!missed. A charge of girl, brought her to the
George Robert Dillingsr 29, speed too fast for conditionswas i.r': .. Sampson Lake area in Brad-
was found guilty by a jury of dismissed! : by County Prosecutor ford County, and kept her pris-

driving/ under the influence of Gene Shaw. A charge of er4 + oner for five hours before returning -
.alcchol. He was sentenced to a driving: while his! license was It her to Jacksonville.A .

fine of $250 or 60 days in Jail oancelled was dismlsssd! aftera Off PoleAn crime against nature was
and his driver's llceoss was jury was empaneled. "" defined by Judge Patten as

revoked for one year. Three jury trials took place ; ,-. sexual Intercourse in a man-
Dilllnjer! was the only wit In County Court Tuesday.! "' ., early morning/ thunder- ner other than that prescribedby

ness to testify! in his: behalf. He Roger William Rcblnson was ., u-, r a storm before daylight! Wednes- nature.
was arrested by the :Florida fount: by a jury to be rot guiltyof '*. 1 day brought three inches of Harris indicated he wantedto
Attorney
Highway Patrol IVi mils west failure to have his vehicle rain and high! wins:! to Starka appeal the conviction. -
of. Starke on SR-100. James Birr, a memberof
under control. and Bradford County, resulting
Office
the legal staff In the
Eugene V. Chason.: Hamptonwas Clyde! James Johns was con In at least one casualty.
was
found! not ,guilty cf driving victed by a jury of driving A rain drenched Call Street looking west looked like this Tuesday night J. W Sasser a lineman with Green! of appointed the Public by the Defender Court to, file

while intoxicated on May 29 while Intoxicated. Johns was --- __u__.____ the City Utilities Department, inman L). Green was appointedto appeal. Dlrr'
motion for an
this year. He was defsn?ed by sentenced by Judge Yawn to a 'was seriously burned when the office by republican Gov. for 15 days to file

Attorney James Tomlinon of fine of $251 or 60 days in jail Jury lishtnlnj! struck a power, line Claude Kirk. The appointmentwas was request granted by Judge Patten.
the Gainesville firm of Scruggs, and his driver's! license was while he was replacing! fuses effective Friday, Dec. :5. Harris was brought to trial

Carmichael Tomlinson and revoked: far 90 days. In a transformer en E. Wash- Green, 48, has been appointedfor from the prison at Haiford
R03CCW. Hayward:! Barton was found FindsMan ington Strcei. Sisser' was the remainder of the term where he Is currently serving
Chason testified he was in guilty by a jury of failure to knocked from a ladder and ,fell of Clerk Charles Darby who five years after pleading to a
Dot's Bar and that his car yield the rlsht-of-.way. He was InnocentOf 15 or 20 feet, landing::! on the died Oct. 21. kidnapping charge in Duval

must have been taken by an sentenced to(> a fins cf $76 or 10 hood ,of the utilities! truck. Hs Mrs. Virginia Darby, widowof County in the same case. lie
;unknown person and driven:! Bradford County the former clerk, servedas here the assault
days in jail. was carried! : to was tried on
when it was involved in a In other action Tussiay:! Ted Hospital, but due to ths severity interim clerk until Monday. charge since it occurred In
wreck with Carrie Nazworth of Edgar Manning changed:! his! of his burns, x-rays had not Green said he has asked all Bradford County.An ; .
Starke. Chason said he spent plea to guilty to a charge of ben mad Wednesday: afternoonto members of the staff to remain assault with attempt to

4V4 hours in the bar and:! never driving while! Intoxlcatsd. He TheftA .determine:!, If ,he had any. on the job and and has commit rape charge is stillon

went outslds.: But he said his was fined $151 or 30 days in Hog broken bones or other internal been assured they will.Green's is for the books in the case but

car was not in the same con- jail and his driver's license revoked Injuries. appointment assistant State's Attorney Gene
dition when he got it back as 24-hour period the balance of this year and Whitworth, who prosecuted
::! for 90 days. During the
when he left It outside the bar. for 1970. Next year, voters Harris, said there has beenno
teen involved Woodrow Wilson Harper changed jury found: Lucian Blocker, the state with Assistant State'sAttorney the stolen hog was in. from 8 a.m. Tuesday to 8 a.m. will elect a clerk to serve determination as to whatto
He did not deny It had
his plea to !guilty! on a to great Wednesday.: New River fire tow-
denied middle-aged Hampton Negro. Gene Whlfcworth prosecuting Whitworth went the last two years of what with the third charge.
in wreck, but do
: a
knowledge of how the charge cf driving while! intoxi innocent of stealing: a hog belonging attempted to prove lengths to qualify Deputy Greenas er reported 3.2 inches of rain would have been Darby's fifth Harris has a record of six
any oscurred. cated. He was fined $201 or 60 :. to Wllllard Thomas, Blocker remove: the pig from an expert witness on the Hlghimd\ had 2.7 Inches and term. .convictions and has been in
wreck the days. !in jail and his license was Hampton last Jan. 5. Thomas' pen, took It home and anatomy of a pig. But Judge Santa Fe, 3 inches. Green said Wednesday he trouble with the law since the
FHP making
The trooper:
not Chason in revoked for 90 days.: Blocker was tried In Circuit butchered the pig. George L. Patten finally told During the height of the switched his voter registration age of 16. He has served pri-
charge did
see An unlawful speed charge been storm, about 7 a.m. Wednesday::! from Democrat to Republicanon
Court here Monday for larcenyof The state Introduced as evidence Roscow that Green had: ; son terms for auto theft, for-
the car. against William! Francis Wil- a hog which the owner, Wil- a piece of backbone the accepted by the Court as a power was off in much of the Oct. 30. The reason. Green gery, and escape. lie was
Inson, Jr. was to be dismissedby lard Thomas said was worth liver, and some spareribs that qualified expert witness on pigs city due to interruptions caus- says, is because that is the charged once with the attempted -

FASHION Presecutor Shaw. about $25. The trial took mostof Green testified he had found ':internally, externally exten- ed by high wind and falling (Continued on Page Pour) rape of a school bus dri-

Action Wednesday:! in Ccunty the day Monday::, Dec. 8. at Blocker's home. Also introduced ually, and otherwise." .Hmbs. ver, but the case was
SHOW
Court Using/ testimony from Thomas as evidence was a plastic Key testimony for the "'efense.j'Was dismissed. _
was over quickly de-
as bowl of accumulationof given by Blocker's nephew Victim of the l'J67 kidnapping -
full
and Deputy Sheriff Robert an
Thurs., Dec. 11 seven fendants cases pled /guilty and! the in four other of Green, the Investigating! officer! dirt, grass, and something Frank Mitchell Jr., who said Fall Primary Bill ApprovedBy now 16, testified Tuesdaythat
8:00: P.M.Woman's which preen: testified was hog he ,with his uncle when the she entered Harris' car
three wer dismissed: by Pros- hair which cams from Blocker'syard. meat was purchased from a. when he offered her a ridea

Club ecutor Gene Shaw. Wreck white man in a red truck. Kirk short distance to her home
To
Goes
Of Starke Brady E. McCleod, Starke, Defense Attorney John F. Blocker told the same story and Legislature; after she had gotten off a

changed::! his plea to guilty! on Roscow III of the firm of said the meat Green had keptin school bus.Harris .
Benefit two traffic charges. He was Scruggs, Carmichael Tomlin- his deep freezer belongedto started toward her

March of DimesAdmission sentenced by Judge Yawn to a Injures son, and Roscow of Gainesville! him. Man Critical traditional Fall primaries May-time, Instead voting of the, home, the girl said and, but startedin turned
around at a curve
fine of $76 or 10 days In Jill for raised a continuous objectionto But Blocker claimed: only the were approved by the Florida direction. lie would
$1 another
driving while his license was Green's testimony: that the backbone and !liver, saying the
its December
at special
Legislature she
to let her out,
not stop
suspended:! or revoked, alit to meat and hair were that of a ribs didn't look like the ones he After ShootingSelf session. and threatened her witha
said,
Bring The ChildrenTo a fine cf $201 or 60 days in jail!' WomarA pig and that mud droppings had purchased. he had under the dash
See SANTA and:! his driver's license was revoked followed by Green to Blocker's Blocker testified he had! but In HeadA Bowing to (House demands for when pistol she told him she was
,for 90 days! for driving home carne from the same pen chered two gophers he found in September dates, the nate-- to jump out.
Annual while Intoxicated. Bradford woman Mrs. the wools at his house, and Navy man living on Grlf- which had held out for May- going her to Brad-
!Michael Oilhooly, 48, and her :said. that stains which Green fis Loop here Is in extremely June dates for the 1st and Harris brought Brown's Boat-
Xmas ParadeSat. Charges of driving under the eight-year-old sn Michael Bloody identified as blood might have critical condition after shoot- second primaries finally approved ford County to Lake,
Clinton, were .Injured Tuesday, himself in the head witha ramp at Sampson
Influence of alochol against come from the gophers. ing the (House bill and sentIt about 5:30 in the
., Dec. 13 James Irving/ Manning were Dec. 2, when their car was Trial"We're Mitchell and::!, the defendant pistol according to the Brad- to Gov. Kirk for signing. arriving afternoon. After parking on a
10:30 A.M. dismissed by the s.ate. struck from behind on STU18 were only two witnesses called ford Sheriffs Office. small out-of-the-way
2.2 miles west t of Stark errell Bender 27 stationedat grassy
,
fey the defense. Ths state's witnesses The September primary dates said, Harris
the girl
Sponsored by Retail Truck driver Robert Henry Mrs. Gllhoaly was ,termed in, gonna get blood allover were Wlllard! Thomas Cecil Field, was found shot were criticized by some legis- told road her he was waiting on

Merchants Division Mills pl guilty/ to two charges! satisfactory condition in Ala. the place!" Deputy owner of the stolen hog Deputy in the right temple Monday lative leaders as not allowing two other men who were going -
Chamber cf Commerce of keeping no log book. He ,was chua General Hospital this Robert Green ad! :Monday, Robert Green Lester Slade, morning after he failed to report enough time between the primaries to ransom her for $10,000."I .
sentenced to a fine of $51 or Tuesday Dec. 9. Her son was carefully holding a plastic and Mrs. Katie Lee Carroll who for work, according to and the November Gen- knew within myself thatno

Womenof live days In Jail on one case not hositalU2d. cover around a frozen blockof lives across the road from, Deputy; Sheriff John Dempsey, eral Election.If one was coming," the girl
and fined! $301 or 30 days on red: meat Introduced as investigating officer.
Prosecutor
Blocker of in to
driven on SR-ig east Hamp said answer
St. Mark's the other. Two cases of fleeing' evidence in a hog theft caseIn Bender's supervisor became the bill becomes law, the Whitworth's questions. When

or attempting to elude Flea Market officer against Mills were dis- $1,200. "Don't do that!" cautioned Blocker borrowed a No. 3 wash- report for muster.the Brinson followed in about five weeks Harris tied her hands.
missed. According to Trooper K. U. Judge Gorge L. Patten as supervisor phoned by the General Election. This Thinking she was in great
tub from her without hsr know-
!rI., Sat. Dec. 12, 13 Etherldge: investigating officerof Ills Honor unbent to peer Savage residence, adjacent.toBender's gives the primary victors lit- danger, the -girl said she
One case slated to be trial ledge. She said: the tub was returned trailer since Benderhas
Old Pixie ShopW. : the Florida Highway Patrol over railing of the bench to tle time to campaign for the asked Harris if she would ever
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Call St. today (Thursday) has been dismissed Mrs. Gilhoily and Charles; Col- make sure none of the dropsof with hairs on It appearing no phone. General Election. see her mother and father a-
by Prosecutor to be that of a hog Savage found Bender sittingIn
Shaw. umbus Cuwart 59 of Bradford blood blue told the
; Hlalned' the new gain. Harris 14yearold -
This Space Contributed That was a charge of leaving/ County driving a 1963: Ford: car carpet of the new courtroom. Blocker, however, said his a chair In the trailer about A change In time of the primaries girl she would If she would
the sister had: given him 11. wash 8:20 He had been shot
Weekly to Publicize scene of an accident! were both! headed:! north. on SR- Then and there the trial : a.m. was deemed necessary take her clothes off she
against! William T. Brand. A tub and that Mrs. Carroll was with a 7.65 MM pistol, about since under the new Florida

Commulnty Events by worthless check charge against 18. Mrs. Gllhcoly was slowing/ torney topped Gen.until Prosecuting Whitworth produced At- mistaken If she aad! he had the same size slug as a .32 Constitution the Legislaturemeets testified.Harris threatened her with
Calvin Starling has been borrowed her tub on the day In caliber. in May, causingthe
annually
/ con-
the and said he would
down, preparing to make a right a wash tub. whlcli he pistol
The taken to Cecil
CommunityState tinued by the Question. Bender was to be In session -
county. legislators
Et- kill her If she did not complywith
turn according/ to Trooper also Introduced a. evidence.
The Jury was out less thanan Field, then to St. Vincent'sHospital at the same time they are
his demands the girl tes
Bank Trial were scheduled: Thurs- herldge. Cowart's Ford approachlng After making cure the tub hour before returning the in Jacksonville wherehe running for office. ,
day on a charge/ of wilful form the rear applied didn't leak tht Judge resumed innocent verdict.:! Memberswere has been in the Intensivecare tified.Around.
Accounts now Insuredup and wanton reckless driving < Its brakes and skidded his usual aplomb and the Paul E Canova, David C. unit since. All House members face reelection midnight, the girl
Harris returned to
testified
to $15,000 by and fleeing an efflcer! against 86 Y-et before striking the argument over whether the Brown, Ernest B. Grider, Robert The victim was apparently In 1970, as does Gov. then drove
Federal Deposit Insurance Tommy Hardy and on a worth- small car driven by Mrs. Gil. meat was actually that of H. Franklin, Mrs. Dolly In a depressed state of mind Kirk. The legislation also affects Starke back. ,to bought Jacksonville gas, and let
less check charge/ against: Mrs. hooly In the. rear.Continued the hog In question contin- Simpson and Mrs. Betty Margaret due to a disagreement with a at least a dozen senators

Corp. Hugh W. Paul. ( on Page Four) ued. ( Hayes girl friend according to Deputy who are planning to run for (Continued on Pace Four? )
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Christmas Party, : Garden Club NoticeThe

Of Interest To.. Of UDC ChapterMembers h
Starke Garden Club will '
meet Monday, Dec. 15. at 7:30: Twin StarPRODUCTIONS* :
of W. T. Weeks
p.m. 'lat the home of Mrs. A. ,
WOMEN chapter, UDC, met Wednesday Russell Norman. There will bea
Dec. 3 for their annual Christmas r
Rift plant exchange
luncheon at the Holiday .

i: Inn at 12 noon. .i.
Glady:Mooty.: Phone 964.7$08.. **'' Three silver candelabra, each Presents
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Phi Has Shower Given and interspersed- with holly t The r
Beta Sigma ;, were placed ,at the head table. ?
Christmas PartyBeta For'Sally Moore Garlands,: : of holly,were used. DARKENTRY

i1 '? down the length of the remain ,;
Sigma Phi sorority's an- Miss! Sally Moore, whose n ing tables. Bradford County Hospital an- ,"
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mual Chris'imas party was held marriage to Reginald Norman I .' Favors of miniature plastic nounces the following! births: "
at the home of Mrs. Robert :will be an event of December baskets filled! with poinsettias Mr. and Mrs. Lynn, William!
Barksiale: with Mrs. Paul 20 in the Episcopal Church, and Christmas bells, tied with McRae, Starke, a. son, Darald
Canova as co-hostss. was honored at a >:dinnerware: red tulle and holly, marked, William, Dec. 2.
The Christmas theme was shower Wednesday night of places for members and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jerry Formerly TheCRESCENDOS

used in decorating, with a blue last week given by Mrs.William Mrs. L. O. Powell, president, Chitty, Starke, -a son Donald I
and gold: flower arrangement C. Powell III ant: Mrs. Lewis! was mistress! of ceremonies Jerry Chitty Jr., Dec. 5.
centering the pinch: table. The Chaff at the home of the latter and Mrs. L. G. Crews gave the Mr and Mrs. Edward: Farnell AT THE NEW
group exchanged gifts: and en on Wilson Road. Invocation. Mrs. W. H. Noll- Cole, Starke, a daughter Lot
joyed various holiday::! treats. Bride! doll arrangements centered man had charge of the pro- tie Marie, Dec. 7.things National GuardArmory
Mrs. H A. Bishop Jr. was installed the refreshment table gram and called on membersto ,
table. Games with prizes give impromptu readings.
as sponsor cf the sorority and gift for inft-invitif' or for
and received a Jeweled pin ,were played\) by the 17 Those taking part were Mrs. .
guests. Nollman. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman yuletide entertaining.There's t
as 'a memento.
The hostesses presented the Mrs. Crews, Mrs. Ira something very special Friday Dec. 12 ::
Corn, and Mrs. R. A. Green. ,
honoree with the salt and pepper about home-mack confections ,
shakers to her chosen !Mrs. Green also led the ''group
1.- ...r.... lss china pattern as a memento of singing. but if your goodies don'talways
Dinner Will Honor turn out to be as special
the occasion. Twenty-five members and two ; DANCE .
Janet Marie Brown Lawton L. ConnerA -Li visitors, Mrs. Ira Corn of Lakeland as you'd like, you may need to
houseguest cf Mss'! know n little something about
Weds Mr. NormanMiss basket dinner will be held Ruth Ann Eberle 1 Madge\ Middleton! : and Mrs. candy; chemistry.For ; R to 12

Sunday, Dec. 14, at the homeof Has Birthday PartyRuth 5 Guy Sale' were present to enJoy DANCEADMISSION
Janet Marls Brown, Mr. and: Mrs, Leon Conneron \ this dellgtful! affair. example did ;you know
daughter of Mrs. Purvis Brown that rain and humidity can affect -
of the ,
in honor
Crosby Lake Ann Eberle celebratedher
and the late John Brown of 93rd birthday anniversary of 11th birthday last Saturday. Miss Corliss Mullins Becomes Bride Food forThosllt candy? On a damp day; .",

Lawtey, and Paul Albert Norman Lawton L. Conner afternoon when her mother Of Senator Tom Slade In Fort PierceThe candy syrup can easily absorb '
of Lawtey, will be unitedIn All friends and relatives are Mrs. R A. Eberle, gave a party moisture from the air. So, cook $1.50

marriage on Friday.:! Dec. invited. for her daughter'and. 17 friendsat First Baptist Church In hearsal dinner at the Tropical! With the sweetest of holidays the syrup; to a temperature two
19, at 8 p.m. in the Highland! their home: in New River. Fort Pierce was the setting for Acres in Fort Pierce on Friday ahead,candy-making may; degrees higher than usual

Baptist Church. A birthday party theme was the marriage of Miss Corliss night. Nov. 28. well be agenda of when the weather is wet
All friend and relatives are on your
carried out In the party: decor:: (Corky) Mullins! to Senator ..... "
invited to attend. Little Women Have ations. The refreshment table Tom Slade cf Jacksonville.Rev. P_ -- --.

Christmas PartyAn white was!! centered floral arrangtment.with a blue and John at L the Harris wedding,::!: pastor: ritual, officiated on-

Junior Club The youngsters played games Saturday, Nov. 29, at 8 o'clock. /J -Wii;; i;


Met Starke Last Junior WeekThe Woman's was Club The held meeting informal refreshment,at the:Monday!Christmas:Little table Women's night.in party the the were with party prizes given four in favors.girls the yard Following remained and! Mr The Fort and bride Pierce.! Mrs is the Douglas The daughter bridegroom' Mullinsof of :; : :


Club met Monday night, Dec. sunroom was covered: with a >for a slumber party is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. .
1, with Mrs Linda::! Kay Johns: white linen H. Slada Sr. of Stark
chairman of American Home and red net centered cloth with over a green and Hospital Auxiliary Music was provided, by,Miss and 4g aLt ,
Maser at the organ

Life Billy Commutes Moore,! of who,the gave presenting"Slim a demonstration ,by red red Christmas and! white wreath tapers, flanked In silver Plans Holiday TeaThe Mary by was soloIst also! Louis heard! L.in Maser a trumpet, who Famous Brands wttr I a < I 1dQn U

candle hlders. Hospital the
Gym." The president!! Mrs. B1lCham'J reminded of Bradford County accompanlent during pro fr1Jd
rs. conducted ',the business Members were Auxiliary! will entertain at cessional.The! .
session. the bake sale Saturday morn their annual Christmas tea altar was decorated with SPORTS WEAR ." '"''' '

Refreshments were I served! ing to be held: on Call Street Friday, Dec 12, from 8:30: am. bouquets of bridal flowers, and "W" .
parade.
during the Christmas the Hospital candelabra. Stepped sa'
carrying out a Christmas to 3:30 p.m. In branched
During! the evening, members led to the altar -
theme. Hostesses were Mrs. conference room. candelabra I.
exchanged gifts. Honored guests will be the flanked by spiral candletrees ( ,."
Wayne Whlffen, Mrs. John Hostesses were Nancy Gay, burned in V4\ Flirt with the Holiday J .
staff and employees and single taper
hospital
a
Linda
Bradley:! and Mrs. Kay Sandra Haas and Select now from
Johns. Linda and the County Commissioners, and each window. Season -
,
Linda Futch. City officials.! Dressed in dark, royal blue our Large Stock .
velvet with scoopneck,
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skirt that swept to a gatheredback I JUST ARRIVED :
and train were the S ii SLACKS NEW STYLES .,::

brides-matron, Mrs. M. W O' AND COLORS '

Friday and Saturday Brien cf Miami! and: bridesmaids _-c. SHIRTS INLONDON .;;
Miss Sally Sample Miss! / '. '
Vicki McConkey, Miss! Bunny TOPS FOG '
SnodderlY Miss Jeanette Hart-

u mann and Miss Wanda McKen- COATS COATS 'i i
:v sie.
The maid of ronor., Miss .. : J.' r For the.Lady on ;;
Sharman Miili'r.j! : sister of the ,, : Your ListLINGERIE 'I:
bride, and matron: of honor, ,,.,f. .'':0-.
.
Beth Johnson, were dressei:!, in. Costume 'j
gowns of emerald green velvet.
All attendants wore double Dior!
bows In matching velvet as Jewelry By

headdresses. Vanity Fair :i
Mr. Slade attended his son
9CHRISTMAS ''as best man Groomsmen: ,were ---11..f) J- AND y;
Don Mullins.! brother of the pcttL n :
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bride:! John Whelchel. Charles ( Elaine ;;
Sawyer, Albert Sawyer, Ab
Lowry, Michael O'Brien! and
Dr. Jack Seattle. NEW DRESSES LADIES
The flower girl was little
Miss Corky Cranwell. a cousin Sweaters and ;.

DOLLS ICICLES and namesake cf 'the bride, Jackets f :;
from Blacksburg Va.

Acting as rlngbearer was FOR CHRISTMAS Designed For The' 3 '
Master Martin Agner. Two
Wrapping} young couslrs of the bride, the Perfect Gift .
Fashions Flatter in all.
(Misses Krlstl and Jenl! Smith! Our r
of Okeechobee served as the the new Styles, Colors and d :
Paper "bride's! helpers," handing out Materials

..... programs at ,the door and later
) ,assisting at the reception.The Choose from Famous
bride, ,given in marriage many 1 :
4t Name Brands
by her father, was dressedin "
k BLANKET e
a silk organza gown with a r.
high, Victorian! collar cf lace; i BEDSPREADS .-t"; <<., it. ", .- ,
w ..:;.Awe. i t,'. tf '
\short, puffed sleeves banded:! by i 4 '; .tyYss.ll. o'
wide lacs cuffs a semi-fittel PILLOWCASES -
bod'ce( :!! and a column skirt that A1 Out GiFT SETS
featured diagonal bands of lace TOWELS :
applique! and a border scalloped
lace at the hem. Her veil, : SHEETS in'
13C' e
sweeping! the length'of her lace = DECORATOR

appllqued train, was held bya STAINLESS STEEL
3pack33C face-framing band of small L ITEMS
flowers and; petals. AND OTHERSJtfake

Our Regular 44c Seller ,BATTERIES.Christmas Following the wedding, a reception -
was held at the Shrine
Club building! in Fort Pierce.!

Bows t"x 8C' Size DEveryday.-lOe cake Champagne were served punch; to and the wedding several:!! it Bright (Christmas for

hundred:!, guests who 'attended. _
*
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. THOM b
TEA SETS entertained! 85 guests at a re-


4C $200 $3.22 Doll 93e Our Seller'Reg. 57C SERVICE CATHOLIC SCHEDULE CHURCHES McAnSHOES 't' 7/lL'M: r'; + THAT LOOK NEW


Our Re :3 f ST. EDWARD'S, Starke:
Sunday Mass, 8 .,m. and /; FARAHPermaPress

9:15: sm.Monday. MEN'S
COMPLETE STOCK OF CLOTHING AND SHOES Maoa, 8:30'a.m.. \ l -- '

Wednesday Mass, 7 p.m. LONDON b

FOR CHRISTMAS Saturday Mass and Novella FOG -- SLACKS
7 p.m.

Complete Stock of Christmas- Wrapping and Toys ST. WILLIAM'S K'ltolW HU 4 6 JACKETSFREE Sizes 2 Thrur 46

Sunday Mass. 9 a.m. -
*
,. Wednesday Novena 7 p jn.
( FOR ALL THE MALES MENS --
Many Accessories and Gifts ,
ST. MARY'S. Macclennyt I IN THE FAMILYGALA MONA .
VAN HEUSEIv
-Sunday Mass, ll:3tl ,.m.
I -..-; mall' down payment and small weekly pay. > CRAMMING AND ARROW GOLD .CUP
LAYAWAY NOW mcnts selection until Xmas Eve .
I hold your -, ---=- SHIRTS SOCKSMEN'S

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Our New Name TUIBRADFORD
COUNTY TEI GIAIH
AND
i
Puhlltl: d cve.y Thi.rsday: MEN'S
at lift W Call Street LIFE STRIDE "
SUITS
STORE'h Staike. Florida 3201 PAJAMAS

': Second Starke clan postage Floilda. paidat I 'SHOES BY AND MEN'SSTYLE

Subscription Rates r MART ROBES ARROW AND

ISO WEST CALL ST.FORMERLY In bade area: $$CO gar VAN HEUSEN
FOR THE
BOTTOM YUU,73; six mouths; In AH The New TO MATCH
Outside trado area $3 50 GIRLS and LADIES Fall" Colon
:
DOLLAR
We Honor Master Charge and BantAmerlcard SWEATERS
:
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Mrs. Bobby Crawford and son Local admittances to Brad- Mrs. J.H. Fields spent Wed- Episcopal' Church met Monday'
of Crystal River spent Thurs- ford County Hospital this week nesday to Sunday with Mr. and night at the home cf Mrs.
, ". day to Sunday with her mother Include: Mrs. Gladys Underbill Mrs. Robert E. Tanner in Bald James Blackshear on Kingsley
. Mrs. Betty; Crawford. Maurice Lee, Jack Wynn, Mer- win. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lake with Mrs. Clyde B. TerwlUeg -
rill Dees, Willie Hogan SmithJr. Fields and family of Jacksonville >ar. Jr., pres!,:! ng. v
Mrs. W.E. Middleton visited ., Mrs. Louise Newman,Mrs. visited Mrs. J. H. Fields A "Flea Market"will 'foe held
,1 her sister Mrs. Mae Jones Lucile Knowles Tommy Ray Sunday afternoon.Mr. Friday, and Saturday. Dsc. 12- \ /
," In Jacksonville over the week- Brantley, Mrs. Sadie K. Kel- and Mrs. Tom Casey 13,.In the Pixie building: on
., end. ly, C.S. Haddock, and Chert and family have moved from Call Street. : .
Lynn Starling, Starke; Mrs. Lawtey to 456 W. Madison Plans .were discussed for sell.
Mrs. Tom Slade Jr. of Jack- Margaret Shaughnessy, Mel- Street. Ing ads again in January for '
sonville is the guest of Mr. rose; Mrs. Bessie Myerly and the Bradford:!! County Fair Programs YEAR -- 1S68 YEAR 1965 YEAR 1964
and Mrs. Charles Sawyer Wed- James Osborne, Keystone .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- .
nesday and Thursday.L.D. Heights; John B. Mosley, Mid- dale were in Marianna last Mrs. Blackshear suggestedthat MAKE Chevrolet MAKE Ford Galaxie MAKE Chevrolet
Wednesday to Friday where they
dleburg; David Knight, Lake
Green was admitted to Butler; and Mrs. Melvie Floyd, purchased the Ritz Theatre. "Jimmy:' the Blackshear remainder Memorial of the MODEL / Ton Pick-up 500 Biscayne

Alachua Thursday General for observation Hospital last and Lawtey. Mrs. Grace Munford of Ur- Fund" be used for the purchase EQUIPMENT 6 Cylinder, MODEL 4 Door Sedan MODEL 2 Seat Station

treatment.Mr. Mrs. Wlllard Wynn and daugh- bana, Ohio was last Mondayto of) new choir vestments. Standard Transmission EQUIPMENT V8 Engine, WagonEQUIPMENT
ter, Sheila, spent several days Friday guest of Dr. F. E. Names were read. of those Heater Heavy Duty Rear Power Steering, Automatic V8 Engine
and Mrs. with relatives in Bolllnger 'Who served on the altar com-
Ralph DIggs recently Bumper.
Transmission Radio Heater Automatic Transmission Ra-
,
and daughter Carol, spent the Miami.Lt. mittee for 1969 and the president ,
weekend in Brooksville with Miss Anne Lambert of Orange awcei:! ,that Mrs. George WSW Tires dio, Heater
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farrior and Col. W.H. Edwards m Park and Norman Taylor of Winkler, chairman, be given Price $1575
Gordon Sullins. of Woodbridge, Va. is home Jacksonville were Sunday din- enthusiastic cooperation for
this week to attend the funeralof ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. the coming! year. Price---4Q Price---$825
Michele McNeely of Lake City his father, Hal Edwards, in John Greene. The Sunday School Christmas
spent the weekend with her Orange Park on Wednesday.Mrs. party for all members of the YEAR 1968
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Burge Sear- church will be held December: -
Herbert Thomas. W.H. Thomson and son, Ing visited Mr. and Mrs. Dick 21 at 6,30: pm. at the Parish MAKE Chevrolet YEAR 1966 YEAR 1966
Henry, of Monticello were Minor In Jacksonville Sunday. House. Food, clcihinsr! and toys
Sgt Paul L. Miller, son of weekend visitors of Mrs. F.F. will be contributes: to a needy Impala MAKE Olds Cutlass MAKE Dodge
Mr. and Mrs. Larry L Miller Stump.SA Mrs. AnnlJoellenbeck of Berlin family in Bradford! :! County.A .
of Starke, has returned to Germany is spending sev- covered dish luncheon ,and MODEL 2 Door Custom Supreme MODEL Vt Ton Pickup
, Homestead AFB after six Mike Smith of the Great eral months with her son-in- parish meeting will 'be held Coupe Hard EQUIPMENT 6 Cyhnder.EQUIPMENT ,
4 Door
MODEL -Top
months' duty in Korea. He is Lakes Naval Station, who has law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. January 11 after the 11 o'clock Factor Air Heater, Standard Transmission -
due home for the Christ- been home on 12 days leave, D.W. Whiffen. lS- rvtc e. Conditon, Power Steering & EQUIPMENT- Vinyl Top, V8
mas holidays. left Tuesday for his new assignment Mrs. Jewell Noegel will be Engine, Power Steering,
AFB San Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Brakes, Vinyl Top, WSW
at Allameda meet Power Brakes, Factory Air
hostess for the January
Miss Joyce Allen and her Francisco.Mrs. were in Atlanta, Ga. Thurs- ] Tires, V8, Tinted Glass Condition, Radio WSW Tires, Price $985
fiance, Lex Johns, of Macclen- day to Sunday where they attended ing.Mrs.. William Carter Mrs. '
ny, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Slefferman and the Y oumans-Poole wed- Kenneth Orider, Mrs. Lenora Heater
Jimmy Hodges in Gainesville son of Petersburg, Va. will ding Saturday afternoon. Foster and Mrs. Blackshear Price $2325
Saturday. arrive Monday to spend the
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Karen Patz celebratedher i' participated in the Christmas Price $1678YEAR YEAR 1965

Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Eggersand Merritt Williams. Mr. Sleffer 20th birthday Wednesdayof program. MAKE Chevelle
daughter of Jacksonville, man will join the family la- last week with a buffet din-'" YEAR 1966 -
Mrs. Florence Eggers of Chester ter. ner party for 13 of her class-, St. Edward's Plans; Super Sport
111., and Mr. and 'Mrs. mates from St. Johns River MAKE Dodge Dart 1967
Robert Taylor and daughter of Barbara Godwin celebratedher ,Junior College. Christmas Party MAKE Ford Fairlane MODEL -2 Dcor Hard-Top
Raiford were Sunday visitorsof 11th birthday anniversary PFC James Newman has been MODEL-4 Door Sedan EQUIPMENT Bucket Seats
Mr. and Mrs. Tully Nor- Tuesday with a family dinner discharged from service after St. Edward's Catholic Church EQUIPMENT 6 Cylinder Transmission
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man. party at the home of her grandmother spending the past six monthsin i will hold 'their annual Chil Radio, Heater Tires MODEL 3 Seat Station
Mrs. Lola Johnson. Korea. dren's Christmas party: Sunday, TransmissionSW WagonEQUIPMENT Console, V8 Engine Radio,
Mrs. J.R. Chasteen and Mrs. Dec. 14 following the 9:15: Mass Standard Automatic WSW TiresPrice
Mrs. R.M. Lee and son returned Mr. and Mrs. R.M. McRae H.L. Brownlee of Belle Glade 1 In the Parish Hall. All parishIoners Transmission, Heater WSW
to their home in Weston visited Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne spent the first of the week| are Invited to attend. Price $965 Tires, Luggage Carrier Six
Conn.Sunday after ten days visit McRae in Jacksonville last with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sil- Cylinder $865
with Mrs. Lee's parents, Thursday night. cox and attended the funeral 1 By the time you get a house
Mr. and Mrs. E.J.Dowling,Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe Tuesday of Mrs. Brownlee's i with enough closets, your children -
and sister,
and brother-in-law sister, Mrs. T.N. Limbaugh, leave home with Price
every.
nine-
returned Saturday from a YEAR 1964 $1285YEAR
E.M.
and Mrs. Long. -
Mr. day vacation at Jensen Beach. of Lakeland, who was buried 1 thing you planned to put in YEAR1965
in Crosby Lake Cemetery. them. MAKE Chevrolet MAKE Pontiac GTO

... Impala
- YEAR 1968 MODEL2 Dcor Hard-Top

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Price $980
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.
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giving bougbuyht \ g? VtCM6r Price
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before the' price Increase '" "
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Against Nature County Oeri fy Fashion To Benefit Show Legion Qn: New Votes Home r Et:: T; 1-' ;-

0: ; ::1(, ,
Takes OfficeContinued o vi .. On Temple] Ave. ',:7 ":;. ,
;
Nets Harris 20 Years hSrA March of Dimes 4o f616a .

Members of American, Legion .
( Froaa Y." e.M Fahlons will! Join! the -flsht. fi AfYll./fJ" "
Post 56 voted\! Tuesday:! night to ti.
(Continued From Pace One) against 'birth! defects tonight t."' >.> ,""
last day a prospective l "MIA- Al1aP proceed with plans for a new .1 if "
her out of the car at a rela- date for the cl rk'. ttMa.i i (Thursday:! ) at 8 p.m. when a home net' to exceed a cost of 0 ,
tive's home. her uncles, and former Deputy; could register under FteHto;, Fashion! Show, sponsored by $25.000. Including! furnishings.The f' ,. Ira/ .cr
I The state also had three Sheriff A.E Brown Jr. who law I the Bradford County Chapter new home will ,be contracted ; eMFNYSaMA ,,'
other witnesses testify-: girlfriend investigated the case. "I definitely intend *. .-Ha cl the March of Dimes! will be on a: 1.2 acre alts retained t'O,ft.O"e'TUg cu\.oss, '01
?
| of the victim, one of ty for the next election,"c.-, ?rGordon presented at the Woman's toy the Legion from Its !former .' p1aFOLLUTION: L 'Jd
Harris testified, under ques- said Wednesday.For Club. !property which was sold as ai 9i f'L
tioning by Birr, that he took the past tturee yr The show will bs narrated by site for the new courthouse on -' ;<'1
the girl from Jacksonville to Green has managed J.....' Mrs. :Tom Slade, Jr., whose N. Temple Ave! ,''j, -J 9B>

Woman InjuredIn Bradford County; but said she Building Supplies hi Swre i marriage ,to Sen. Tom Slade Jr. I wtf, \.t"." s "
went willingly. He denied assaulting Prior to that he was employed was a recent event In Fort ,
In
other'
action the
the girl as. charged. at Winkler Electric here. Pierce. This will be Mrs. Slad 's Post
vote* to give $100 to
Wreck lie Is a member of the Stark first public appearance:: In the County .
Under cross examination by Zoning Board, past meatber Starke. Her husband, however, Library building fund, for purchase
Whitworth, however,Harris admitted of the TB Board, past Exalted is well known here, being a native of a site, and $25 each to :
(Continued From Pap One) ', he had pled guilty; in Ruler of the Starke Elk Leis, Starke, ani::! minority! whip the VA hospitals at Lake City
Duval County; to kidnapping the past president of tileLion's !MMrta In ths Florida Legislature. and Gainesville.It .
The Gilhooly car skidded 62 girl) or forcibly taking her from Club, and a ......, Mrs. Slade will present a run- U4L
feet after the Impact and roll, Duval County."A ; of the First United. Kfeft4M. ning: commentary as each ensemble was Also voted to cancel
ed over five times. After being Church of Starke. B. Mills is shown Mrs L. A.' the regular meeting on December -
struck ,on the east ahoulder by man that would commit He lives at 1313 :Kitord.. .... Now Associated Canvo( will provide traditional 23. ..n;
the Cowart car it ended up such a heinous crime has no Green is a Bradford ..-ve' Christmas music during the i-

back on Its! wheels.. place in this free society; ," and the son of Levees iMl. With Slade Gas show. t.,.......: \.A_ ,.. __ :'
Cowart was charged with Prosecutor Whitworth told the Mae D. Green. The door prize to be given .v

failure to: hays Ills vehicle un- jury in his closing arguments. Gordon B. Mills, formerly of 'away has ben made by Mrs. p. CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN. :'

der control.In Pompano Beach, is a new resident D. Fancher Jr. and Is a beau- ion Show will! ba used In tne vasiponpersoln:: :
a :second wreck last weeka Jury members were J.T. Post Office Seta of Starke and is associated tiful p'ece! of ceramic ware light against blrt hdefects. ality Mike Douglas introduces another winner: the 1969 .'
horse ran onto US-301 and Prevatt Jr., Martha W. Dor- 'with Gas Co created In her home workshop.
Slatb in charge of The following stores will bs Christmas
was struck by a 1969 White ko, T.W. Tatum, Martha M. Extra Hour Seal. Serving this year as the National Honorary
air conditioning, heating, and! Mrs. Fancher is treasurer of' showing men's women's and
tractor and trailer driven by Green, Herbert F. Clover- Christmas Seal Campaign Chairman, Mike is telling the whole
,
refrigeration service and instal. the local chapter( of March of children's
syles Just in lime for
Cleon Moody 41, of Patterson, settle, Jack F. Miller, and Postmaster T. C. Kaee, Jr. lation.! Dimes. the : country, "Use Christmas! Seals to help fight against emphysema
Ga. Damages to( the front end Adro Brown, alternate. holiday season: Leila's, tuberculosis and air pollution matter of life and
announces that window hours Before coming to Starke, Mr. All proceeds:! from the Fash- Stump's and Eagle DsVane's. "
of( the tractor were estimated: at at the Starke post oftla for breath.
Mills!) had his own refrigeration
$509 by FHP Trooper R. W/ In other Circuit Court Saturday. Dec. 13, win ,fee from ''bus oers for 12 years. He decided
Pace, Investigating! officer. action Tuesday, three state 8:30: a.m. to 5 p-m. to change locations in orderto
Impact killed! : fie! horse, whose prison inmates pled guilty; to All patrons who( have parcelsto have a home with more HOP CARP'S SUNDAY AFTERNOONFAMOUS :

owner( has not been identlfisd! escape and each was sen- mail! are urged to mall acreage in 'a less congestedarea. \
the Th.s truck driver tenced to eight months addi-
by FHP.
them as soon as possible: and] He states that he looked
shaken but not hos tional time. They were Leon
was: up of
they may take advantage
the state over for two years before
pitalized.No Clyde Sapp, Roger Lee Jones, this extra half day window BRANDS
finally selecting Starke.
and Henry Thompson, Jr.
charges have been filed.
service to do
,
so. Mr. Mills purchase:! a home
with 80 acres on Forsyth Road,
:where he lives! with his wife, I.
YOUR
Mildred, and five daughters, I
Parade Sat. 10:30 AM
: Bring the Family ages 4 to 21. DEPARTMENT STORES ALE
He expresses appreciation tot :
...." ............. the congeniality and personal STAB PLA CHOICE
warmth of the people In help-
Ing him get settled here, and
.A'WAY Is looking! forward to meeting
SWIIIG
and doing business with the
e' THIS people of the community and
6! electric .
surrounding! areas I\ / -
ice crush 88' '
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feeding ing as part of a double feature ---
crusher Friday and Saturday,Dec.12-13,
OF 4f at the Florida Theatre Is a con- '
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temporary spoof I 1/(
THIS fait I Dick Van Dyke stars as mild- I
mannered bank teller who accidentally $14.95 r..
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Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 12-
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he said, "Experience with the a "flash" speed feature electricity. Trouble.free
Porcelain
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ONLY management, has been to the
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have been unprece- ws ,
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since 1962. Job creation has

expanded; personal income $ 88
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Asserting that the "big inflationary No water or messy lotions furniture. Attachments in
necessary. Save at Carps. eluded.
pressure is being
J registered not by the businessman

but by the really big --
spenders-the consumer and t SCHICK "I' tJ I
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said that the production of I _

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that
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mysterious blue
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Civil l Defense Officials To Attend JV Cagers Two Get cult An Judge investigation( George> by L.Patten.the Brad- Grid Banquet

ford Sheriff's Office lined the fji! | BHS By-Lines' -
pair wjth the three thefts.They ;
New Courthouse Dedication Sun. Lose 2 GamesBradford 'were brought! here from Clay *

5 YearsIn being County held where on a they B&E were charge also, w' Rv .Tovce Allen (f} : Set TonightThe

Bradford County's new M, Pope, director of Region ( Hlgrh's! junior var- according to Deputy Sheriff
$720,000 courthouse will be HI, Civil Defense Thomasvllle lost .. .$" .,
sity basketball team has! :Robert( Green. annual football banquet,
dedicated at 3 p.m. Sunday Ca.; Col. G.L. Robinson, State Its first ,two games of the season B & E Senior Placement scores were Green Cove Sprlng's-Bluj t>a.>-'' sponsored by the BUS Quarter-
Dec. 14, but the cornerstone Director of the Department of to Green Cove Springs and Norman and Tyler are also given to Seniors: this week. :Tils gave us a smashing 57-45. back Club will be held tonight
laying ceremony originally Emergency Government Jack- Baker County. escapees from the Arkansas cat Dec. 6. (Thursdays) in the school cafe-
scheduled for that time has sonville; and Ben Waller Ci- The Baby Tornadoes:. went Two men originally from State Prison, according:! to With the highest possible( score Did BHS plays St Augustine at teria.
been postponed until Friday, cala president of the Florida down 33-28 to Green Cove last Lawtey were sentenced to five Deputy Green, and are wanted that could be made 415.? We home Friday: Dec. 12th. Every Dr. Charlie LaPradd presi-
make that good
Dec. 19.County. Civil Defense Association. Saturday: and 33-26 to Baker :years each in state prison, after also in Arkansas for larceny of anyone i student should ba on hand in dent of St. Johns River Junior
Judge T.A. Yawn will Following the program, County Tuesday night pleading guilty Monday, Dec. 8, an automobile after they escaped will know as soon as Mr. Dlggs the BHS gym to show the Tornadoes College and a former All-
serve as master-of-cere- guests will tour the new courthouse in Circuit Court to breaking !releases that information.! American tackle from the lirtlverstty -
Gary Bost was high scorer from prison. :: BUS is behind them all
monies. Introducing Circuit and each office will be With our !first basketball
larceny of Florida, will be the
for BHS Ion the Green Cove( and entering and grant the way.
Judge George L, Patten, who game BHS had: a downfall.
for Inspection.The ,
will make the dedication ad- open Cornerstone Ceremonywill ,game with 15 points !followed at A. G. Priest's SIan'''art: Ser- All three B&E here took Until next 'week see you- featured speaker.
6. Gray vice Station in Lawtey last Oct. Oct. 3-4. Priest's service around
T>y Mallchl Henry with place on campus.
dress. Providing music for the be held at 2 p.m. Friday.
occasion will the BHS will be conductedby Flynn was high man with 8 3, station was entered by
be Band, Dec. 19, and
Art Treasures:
in the Baker game with Two other B&E cases, at breaking glass in the front
Carver Webb points
and a brief flag-raising cere- Grand Master ,I ""
mony will be conducted by the of Cross City; assisted by local Henry right behind with 7 Jackson Builder's Supply in dor. Among articles taken were Cleaned TRADE. AT HOME and community
American Legion. Masons. points. \IStarkg and a Lawtey building about 25 cartons of cigarettes hy.New' progreMi
The new courthouse has received The public is Invited to attend Members of the squad are owned by Eugene Starling several lighters! and fluid:!, box-
national recognition as both prdgrams. Henry, Bost, Flynn, Carl Rl- charged to the pair ,were dismissed es of crackers and ,between $30 Technique
the first local government herd Charles Wright, Jimmy .after ''they plead Men- and $50 in cash, mostly change.In .
structure In the nation to be Tilly thinks the protesters Ricks, Dennis Kelly, Alphonso day The two are Carlos Norman A rusty kris (Philippinesword
designed with fallout shelter ought to go back to the cam Berry, David Alvarez, Eddie 26, and James Alvin other action Monday:! in ) ; an ancient Indian
protection throughout. Several pus a couple of weeks before Hazen, Mike Glssy, Brian Tyler, 30.Sentences. Circuit Court, Orvllls L. Carr, leather cape, so badly soiled HI HBlMHBBBB M
awards and citations will be everybody else so they could. Johns, and Danny McKinney. were made by Clr- state prison( inmated pled guiltyto that the subtle colors have
do without interfering
their
presented to the County Com- thing Starters Tuesday in Mac- ( forgery and was sentencedto been completely obliterated;
mission at this time for pro- with classes. clenny were Henry Bost, R dive years in 'the stats prison shell-decorated bas- Terwillego'rMotors
viding leadership In this herd, Flynn, and McKinney. The JV cagers will meet St. Carr was charged with givIng delicately
field. Among Civil Defense officials The see-through blouse for Charles Wright is tabbed a Augustine here!! Friday at 6:30: a forged check ,at the ketry encrusted with decadesof
expected here to make men has its critics, but it is good prospect, says Coach p.m. and,Bolles here next Tues- Branding Iron Restaurant in dust and dirt-how can one
the presentations are: Harris convenient if you want to Chuck Mason, but is hobblednow day in their first two home Starke in :February 1969 ever fret them clean' again?
bum a cigaret to be able with a, broken .Singer frames. Bethune M. Gibson, a conservator -
to read the brand name on at the Smithsonian

Beginning Friday.... Dec. 12 we will be open until 8 P.M.j" Institution (Washington,
D. C.), has developed a new Ml

Clothing-The Personal Gift; technique. She blows the dirt $3& 4
away.
She uses the AirbrasiveAJM ir' -
/Ift apparatus (registered BUYa ,
trademark, Pennsalt Chem-
C3JEIS.KM 1 A 1i1C 1 14M icals Corporation), originally
; 4 developed for industry by its
DEPARTMENT 1 STORES t k industrial division, S. S. White.

l or It is"impossible used to cut fragile to cut", brittle mate, new car I

rials.It's used to adjust printed .
circuits, trim very thin sheetsof '
OR
MENSDRESS titanium or etch glass; still
more often it's used to remove
tiny hairline burrs from pre A LTE1ALWEL .
CAR
cision-machined components.
SHIRTS ( However,at the Smithsonian :
FcR
it is used to remove surface CHRISTMASA
soils from priceless relics. Mrs'
Gibson accomplishes this by

t Our Reg. driven carefully using apparatus the controlled compressed to supply propel air-of n oM HE FAMIIY..TO THE fQM/!


$3.99 ( V glass beads or dolomite through
t a small nozzle at a pro-selected
t distance from the objets d'nrt
Our Reg.V99 I) 1 she is cleaning with precise
yet gentle dexterity. "A little NEW AND USED CARS TO

competence and confidence and
e \. you can learn this technique in SELECT FROM
i BOYS \ a few days," she explains, "but
anybody who's all thumbs
'"' should stay away from it,"

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I How Do You Drive? ,
4'MJ tion. One Owner.
c The average driver
LADIESDRESSY makes 214! errors for each

mile of travel, according to $1795 -. 1968 ChevroletFordor -
D a random survey of 11,000
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v Runs Great!
> Common errors noted] are Automatic Radio
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X r -. tions at intersections, placing
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I : \ i hands in an unstable $69 -1963 Chevrolet. -1
s rills( tucks & lace offset this dar
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1. of blouses. All t i
\It, y ling group perm/ s/
press, poly/cotton blends. Lon'-t- 7 wheel, shifting gears while PICK-UP. Good Condition.
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LADIES ROBES $2495
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$3.99value $ 88 Popular slacks: with pull elastic on Sizes 4 to 14 Our Reg. $ 66 Automatic Air....Conditioned....., .-- "Power. On* Owner.
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waiste& stitched and .,.99
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Warm pile lined shag mop house- stretch nylon for Choose from perm press cotton TERWILIIEGARMOTORS
shoe in pink blue red & green. the perfect fit. Red. shirts in frilly or shirt styles. $69.95Bradford
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Man Innocent

14,000,000 Cars Later

In RobberyJerome i

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t.j t. Carter was found Innocent i a '
by a jury of attempting .: i
to rob the Red and White Gro- ''''W'' 7_ :.
cery In Lawtey In a Circuit _
Court trial Wednesday.In "_
Green.other Lake action Butler John David pled ___

guilty; to the robbery of a
Starke service station. He was
sentenced to five years In the ?
state prison by Circuit Judge
George L. Patten.In .
( a trial Wednesday after- Interact Club Members
noon which ended about 6
p.m. ,
F. C. Adktnson Jr. was found, Assist March of Dimes CampaignFriday
guilty; by a jury on two countsof
forgery and uttering a for- night Dec 5, the :large part is used right here at
'k' gery. above. members of the Starke 'horns," he added. The J. Hillis
Interact Club -Richard Chambers Miller Medical Center of the
ANIMALS AT CHRISTMAS University cf Florid. receives .r
: Douglas Brown, and Davit
J4 Legends about animals at
Approximately $128,000 to aid .
Christmas are especially :; Kirkland-along with Bill heighttuf
a touching. It was told that the Myrick, Jim Crosby, Brant. In research and treatment of The cars has changed dramatically since Buick turned out its mil
night or Jesus' birth was the Turner, k Ray Jordan, and David birth defects.! lionth car during the Roaring Twenties, but fortunately not the height of skirts,
m ..flu F iG darkest ever known but when !McRae., met at the home of "The Bradford-Union! County as evidenced by this photo of a 'flapper girl" posing alongside a 1923 Buick_
the child was born a great Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Burch Chapter of the March of The 1970 Skylark with its mini-skirted model is Buick's 15 millionth car since
+ light Dead spread black branches across the skies.out for pizza and a party to stuff Dimes has had at one time !the the Buick Motor Company was founded in 1903.

1 green leaves;blossoms and put ber- envelopes for the mass mailing, distinction of leading in per ____u
ries appeared on withered for the urcsmlng!::: March of capita giving in the State of -
vines; flowers never seen before Dim2s campaign Florida," Mr. Burch sail. "W
sprang out of dry earth.At "One of the outstandingmeans hope that this: can be another Parade Sat. 10:30: AM Bring the Family I Ir
ed that kown moment the cattle kneel cf getting the! message banner year." -
$$9 in stalls of the little .
across is by way of our young
manger.other. A cock They crowed spoke,to"Christ each people<<: ," Mr. Burch, March of Y[ Ma. C9aC Mta.calrs*f-.' r-**..-. _....,_....,_....,_....,_.. ._.. ._.. __.. ____ _____ _
< *r *r <* f f
W\-e\ Is born"! and .the animals Dimes chairman, commented-!! I *f
whispered, "Let. us all worship "These 'bays: and soms cf their j
together. dates gave up an evening to ,
come and help make the 1970 '
THE FIRST NOEL campaign the best yet." i DENMARK Home-Bound Gifts
One-half'of all. funds raised
Color No one knows who wrote f .
"The First Noel". It first appeared during! the campaign goes to
In print In 1883 in a the! National Foundation, and SUGGESTS
book called "Christmas Car- half stays in Bradford and Un- :
: ] itBokiPRESS ,cls Ancient and Modern", and ion Counties to help families J.
is believed to.be very old. with birth defective children =-
efYJ! The author of "God Rest in coping with medical bills, t
Ye Merry, Gentlemen" also Is
Mr. Burch explained. "This Is
unknown, but he lived before j
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BHS Nips Baker 51Murphey's BHS CagersTo Tornadoes Fall 5745To Ak. if *His* *forthcoming

Be Home
speech will be a major address


For 2 GamesOpening Devils In Opener"They pump. replies Congressman, "Major Studye-? Are

will ...
you kidding? No minors

On BasketTim their home play Fri- be admitted."
day night Tornado basket- weien't that good. We hit on ,two of (our field goal .
bailers will take on St. Augustine were that bad," Couch Mike attempts. e

In the BUS gym. Sexton says of his Tornadoes: Craudars and Chandler each
Murphey's basket from and that was it," Coach Sexton At Sexton's urging he open usual 'over tlwre" and termed who( lost their opening 1969 bas
the ,lop of the! key in the closing sad'! The Wildcats called time ed up Tuesday: night and hit on the contest "a well played Next Tuesday they will host ketball game :57-43 In Green had 11 rebounds to lad McKnlgJit BHS in: Graudon 20-4, RiherJ; 0-00
seconds Tornado basketballers Bolles of Jacksonville.JV ;ame t hat, department Johns 000. Totals: 171145.
gave 7 of 11 field goal attempts game. Cove Springs
'out and put (the ball back Into had 7 rebounds, and Murphey
51-49 victory over will begin at 6:30 p.m. and varsity -
a play but dJ n't have time to Four Tornado players were Mark Graudons led BHS in at 8 The Blue Devils led all the Marks, ,and Graudon 2 each Green Cove Austin 4311.
Wildcats in games p.m.
the Baker County ,bring it down on the floor, Sex In double figures'! Tuesday the rebounjlnv: departmentnight. ; way Saturday Dec; 6, takingan Battle 3.2.8, Claiming 0'0-0,
,
Macclenny Tuesday night ton said. David McKnlght had: 13WIth/ 9; Christy\ Chandler had 8. The Tornadoes won both Its 180 lead In the first period GC Scoring SummaryBHSMoELliglht Evans 5-2-12, Francis 0-0-0,
points, and Mark Graudons and Davd! McKnlght and Tom games against St. Augustinelast Johnson 6.8-20,
It was nip and! truck all the which they never relinquished ll 1.2-6. Giauri Grant 1.0.2,
way accorJins to Coach Mike Widest lead of the night was!! Christy Chandler had 11 each. Marks' 6 each and Fred Grau year, but the Yellow Jac- Though Tornado cagers played, dons 5-0-10, Chandler 3-4-10, Kenney 01.1, Smith 1-2.4, andWllllam.3
Sexton, but the Tornadoes an early 16-10 Tornado ede. mivey was high for Baker don. kets, have several returning them to( a 17.17 tie in the sec. Murphey 1-46, Marks 41.9, 0-0-0. Totals 201757.
But Baker tied it at 16-16 Thescore 2. lettermen and should be
evened: their season's. : mark at with 19 point and 6.8 sophodon end period and outscored them .
1-1. was 24-24 at the hall In more center Melksnhous and Scoring SummaryCrews tougher, Coach Mike Sexton 12-9 in the thUd peiUd, Green 1II IJIo.-----. IIIIIII------
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the third period: Baker took a eash hit for 12 points. BHS McKnlght 6-1-13, Grau says. Cove's lead was never less than

With 50 seconds left In the 39.35 edge, but then the Tornadoes Pach: : Sexton: was especially! dons 4-3-11, Chandler 5111. Bolles had four starters back six points The Devils outscored Saturday
game the Wildcats had the bill tied it again. ccmpiimeni.arv of the way of- Murphey 7-0-14, Marks 0-2-2. too. The Bulldogs lost Tuesday BHS 13.7 In the fourth period Open Friday and

with the score tied 49-49.! A I:fouls con-ucted: the gai.ia In Grau-'on 00-0 Totals 22-7-51. night to a tough Fernandinateam. to clinch the win.
Wildcat shot missed and the Baker County played a zone BakeCounty.. He pointed out Baker -Crews 0-12.. Kennedy Fernandina has beaten Until 10 P.M.
Tornadoes: rebounded ,with 26 defense!! and Murphey got most Msfkenhous! Cove team Mark Ciaudors and Christy
that BHS had 16 free throw at- 102. 6-0-12, Green Springs a will
seconds remaining. of his shots from the top of tha tempts t ) to 7 for Baker Crunty. Harvey 9-1.19, Tharape 1-2-4, that downed the Tornadoes in Chandler each had 10 points Charlie Bras*ell of Kentucky Fried Chicken
key, "He has to hit from there their opening Saturday. high for tae Tornadoes. Tom to the :March of Dimes for every
control and Eexton: termed! that "very unand Hart 000. Totals: 23349. game donate $1.00
Playing ball when: "we meet a zone," Coach Marks was right behind with 9, of Fried Chicken sold on Friday
wailing for a good shot the Tornadoes Sexton savs David McKnight and Tim Mur- Basket or Barrel

brought the ball down. Hurse Talks About 3-5-2 Season phey each ,had 6, and Fred
Murphey, who :scored 10 points- Graudon: had 4.
The cinch had high praisefor Lickin'Good"
In the second half and: ,was high "It's Finger
worked the M-nphevs 14 points The Doc Johnson scored 20 points, 3J
ror BHS with 14. 4
ball in for a set shot from the Tornado ploy: maker ha been 1969 Gridders' 'Just Short'I Green Cove's high. Hi2'31
tcp of the key. reluctant to shoot: and:! last followed by David Evans with
jenr. lad the team with 163 12, Chester Auctin with, 11, and ENJOYCOL.
"It swished: through the net assists. Alvin Battle with 8.

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Good Football TeamDespite The Tornadoes. In losing their .
Being
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SANDERS
tt't"l Order Your first game of the season, play. a
ed badly on offense and defense, RECIPE

; 'ote\ INVITATIONSNOW. I a "very disappoint didn't start out ahead of other (was also suffered In the Fern- says Coach Sexton. They had k
> ing" 1969 grid season Coach teams like the good teams of a andina game one of the worst too many turnovers and did-
\)0\\ -' David Hurse still feels his grld-:! few seasons past: did by work- performances)!! of the season by n't put the tall In the air KentuckyFried
Bmb 15 ai ders fall just short of being Ing out In the summer. Hurse 'the Tornadoes even, though, enough\: dfesl aly.

'ffi\\08ell' f what he terms a "good football !said! when they needed to they won. Pointing the fact that the

Od..,"" 10 19 rKKSe-SSSKS. ., .. team," more than the championship "We didn't play ball against Tornadoes attempted: only 43
"r At NeF' lr re Local football fans will havtto jChl.cken
teams of the
-- past. Orange Park until three field goals, hitting 17 for 37
: go back to 1947 to( find: a re- Coach Sexton pointedout
called cent
Senior Class of--f9-7- straight penalties were per
cod to mach: the 3-5-2 mark "As I mentioned several against us." BHS scored:! twice that hU two big guns, Me- SHRIMP
established!! by 1939 Bradford !weeks ago we were just a little in less than four minutes late Knight and Graudons: shot AND FISH
W. America' Finest Gradua High football team, however. from being football
: good
u.a way a : McKnlght was 2-
In the fourth quarter. only 17 times
tion Invitation Stock. Th linn paper It Is the first t'mj'! in CoachHurse's team." Hurse points to the
wed invitations i. the the Held and Grau- t
on our
NO ADVANCE DEPOSIT .am* *. that u.*d for invitation to career he has had a University of Arkansas who "It was the kind of season for-8 from S-for-9. Thoss two I PHONE AHEAD 964-5126
Presidential' inauguration the 3-52 record to talk about. cam w.lhin: one point of 'beatIng : when the kids were Just!! prone dons was YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY
NECESSARY have shot I
Very Beitt I Texas for the national college to mistakes" the Head Tornado boys together; should
But Huiss!! says he and his more than 45 times, the coach \ EAT IN OR TAKE OUT -
championship last week. said, then added 1>e male::
More Quality For Your Money staff "thought" we had potentialto Arkansas this season had::: the his share too. "Ycu can always says. | [1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC.
be better The Head Tornado -
EXTRA BONUS) If at least 2,000 mvil.tioni are leading defense in the nation second guees yourself. It's the Graudons, however, Jilt 5 of
he his staff
PLUS I U ordmred,The Telegraph will donate S50 lo the Senior says and allowing only 7,4 points per easiest thing in the world. his 9 field goals for a very | R. BRASWELL, Owner-Manager
CI... Scholarship Fund Far all l| over 2,000 wa will never worked harder or puL In game and are the second teamIn Everybody does that. respectable 55 per cent, Marks .
contribute 2c per invitation.Pl more hours than the 1969 season -
the nation.
just ened.:! "I've never hada
c. Your Order Now With Our Representative, harder working staff" Horse
BHS on the other hand, allowed -
Joyce Allen at School, or at The Bradford says is his assistants! Mike Sex-
only 10,2
opponents po'ntaper
County Telegraph ton, Chuck Mason, Jake Brad
ley, George Loper, and Jim game and yet ended with a I ( / c
ALSC PERSONAL CARDS FOR INVITATIONS & KEEPSAKES! Gaillngton.T'le 3-5-2 mark Hurse points out. ;
"You see from that comparison I ;
No Limit To Your Choice From : players also worked hard we were really a pretty pi'v

21 Type Styles 26 Card Styles-Be Different! and Improved a great deal over fair defensive ball club"
the
season, the BHS coach ,
But the BHS offense consist-
points out "They did::' every da +
ently kept the team In the hoi,
thing we asked of them in
32-P>ge Memory Book-52.25 Padded Appreciation Gifts $2 practice ns best they could You allowing opponents field! position.
Statlstcs'! show Hurse
Thank You Cards "
can't ask anymore than that, ,
Nurse says, that only three times did r
says. The coach's main
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH opposing teams drive from tN8
disappointment!! was that the
their own side of the field to

.' ....--.-.-------.--..--...--................... 1969 griddsrs didn't work out score on the BHS defense
regularly last summer. They

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In the beginning of the sea ,. M ,
Y a d + J
son, Hurse says he stated ti
Bradford: should have its best
offense ever! and that it was the
COMING. defense Tornado: coaches would
have to worry about.

.
"What can: you say? We hon
estly felt this offense.was going
to be tremendous. We knew
.
the option!: would put a lot rf 7

NEXT WEEKWell's pressure on our quartarbick.! ,
We felt our quarterback could v &., f
read the defense and play the ,

tackle end I ; \ ,

"I now think this put too
much pressure on the quartar-
beck," Hurse says Then when I \ ; 1't

Mike Norman, starting senior ,
quarterback was Injured and
.
Dean Johns and inexpsrlenssd
4r
Junior had to take! over "we +
had to go to a different kind of
offense.' "


BHS coaches changed to a I
less complicated style of offense
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with more straight ahead
football but Hjrse still feels the 14
Houston option was more suit
ed to his 1969 personnel. But

Sales and ServiceU. effectively."I his players. never executed It A Happy AnnoucementFIRST


said at the beginning of
S. :JOt MILE: S. OF CITY LIMITS: 0 the season that wouU live! or

NEXT TO FLA. DEVELOPMENT: COMMISSION: BLDG. die by the option" Hurse com
mented.

M. C. (BUBBA) WELLS, OWNER the The option Tornadoes and didn't for the execute: first FEDERAL has set up a line between

half of the season lost games

.FEATURING. J coach they points should out.have won, the Starke and the North Pole once again so that


In the sixth game, against

A COMPLETE LINE OF ;; fense.Palatka, The BUS power opened: sweep up its was of Children can place their Christmas orders direct

-- added:! a play not run at BHS
In seven years to make good
-- - - - -
-- -
use of the crack back block by rI --- y
'the split ends.

WhirlpoolHOME For the first time ever In I THE SANTA NUMBER IS I Ii

that game the Tornadoes used
two split ends, something they


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out gained Palatka, Perry,
Fernandina and' Lake City.
makes
Whirlpool d just _, "We did that by simply getting
about any type of outside," Hurse says.
major home appliance ----- ------ AND SAVE
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needrefrigerators The Bolles game is the only

might freezers I one In really which outplayed the Tornadoeswere and beaten '"

dishwashers, 1you 1-1 H1 J!.:,
Hurse still says He points "-" .I
food waste disposers, out that his grinders! stayed In

ranges, range hoods, the game with Perry Palatka,
room air conditioners, and even Lake City, and those

.- central air conditioners !were the top three teams they
,.
central heating l:::!..:- played. .

j systems, dehumidifiers Orange Park, a 21.21 tie

( washers, dryers, r1 game, was simply a mental
central vacuum s>'sterns .. lapse en the part of ,the Tor- fir
ice makers and r nad players, the coach says.
i I a full line of Build in It's difficult at best for a player : of s(90A -
to keep!") himself up for game
Products, all coordinated I.
g"> after game Hurse says. The ( ) 96. 5000 395 wEST MADISON STREET '.
in style and Tornadoes had been"up" every SrK, FLORIDA' 32091'I
color. I \week before that game. He

I points out that' mental lapse

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'.. ,.....I CITIZENSThe ,,, 16 IL a '

tug-of-,War politics ex'ist-!
_
ing in Washington with (he
health, income arid' security of k I 4 '

the 30 million elderly and disabled __ __ ---i'_
plus the 15 million pso- __ __ _
ple-livlrz In poverty, finally i -
came to fruition this past week
President Nixon's threat to Convene Jj '
Congress the day after 1
Christmas and keep them in rfSTQl : 1 / IO
session! until the important
money bills are acted upon reacted -
: in the form of hanging;
riders t othe tax reform legislation
which has 'been, hinging' .
!fire sines the Johnson admlnls- _I>" 'J r PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK-DEC. 11-17
tratlon. It is not yet clear
whether this so-called Christmas %d r
Tree Bill will be passed:
as expected, by Tuesday, Dec. '
9. i ; SUNNYLAND SMOKED SHOULDER
The $100 minimum penson!
.for the elderly hat! been voted
upon by 'the :Senate, supportedby
Congressman Long of the
House Finance Conhmittee. Senior $ IpICNICS
Citizens have been heartened :
by the proposals to raise,
the present $55 per month minimum ,
the general
to $100. plus A<,
increase' of 15 per cent overall. :c6r
But doubt creeps is .as to whether r Ar ,Y
this will be enacted. That, 7 FRESH BOSTON BUTT

remains season' to to be be seen.Jolly" "Tis and the we A s i ) ) Pork Roast LB.69C

trust our hopes will not be __
dashed and that passage of the ""aM. FRESH LEANPork
Tax Reform. Bill with the rideron >
social security payments Steak LB.79C LB.

will be passed before Christ N
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mas. .
At our last meeting Mrs.' Quantity Rights, R*s.i.d.Pric.. Good Thursday Thru W.dn..day, D.c. 11-17' rJ
Mary Allen was nominated' and: WINN' DIM'!STORKS.'INC COPYHIOHT 1969WD
elected unanimously for the
office of VicePresident.We BRAND U. S. CHOICE ROUND BONELESS ROAST OR 1

are very glad that Mrs. hu Yt A
Jesse Bowden is home from the dVl 3 y sI
hospital and doing well. We ROUND STEAK. 85cGROUND I;; 3LB.
I
next II
hope to see her at our
.
meet'n! We regret that Mrs. .
Is still W-D BRAND CHUB PACK ,l '
George McManus a patient ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE r
in Bradford County Hos


pital.Clara Happy sung LaUerman.to Birthday!Flossie:! and! Greetingswere Prescott Elinors. BEEF 3 .s. $ ))47 O ,:


Thurston. Wedding Anniversaries BORDEN'S BIG 10BISCUITS
were Pete and Lilly
Johnson added to our birthday!:
cake came as a surprise.At 2 3-CT. i .'
this! time of year m'm-! 2ge
CANS Limit I w/5.00 or mor purchot* .iicluding cigarettot
hers of the Bradford: County .
Senior Citizens Club wish to express -
our sincere thanks to the
members of ,the Recreation : flG. *
Dept., Gene Matthews of The 1
Telegraph, and all others in OIL
County and City Offices for
their help and encouragementgiven
in the past year. 32-oz.35c;: 1-Us.
God grant that you all havea
Very Merry Xmas and Happy i r CAN ,
New Year. V. SOUTHERN BISCUITFLOU '
Our Christmas party will beheld ;
Tuesday Dec. 16. at 1
pm. at the Recreaton'! Center. \
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Each member and guest is requested
: t> bring a gift costingat
least $1.
-Joe KerriganI



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.'."../ "t'J'i4.iJ' rt Dear Mr. Matthews: these dangers and become alsa
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,. 'Ir.r. .". ..tWU\(5/; ;( As chairman of the Bradford trend. We hope that as our,
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House Speaker Fred leader Senator Bill Young of Pinellas 'j ,.. :;/ .1.r. ".$.!.1.-;,. : County; MOTOREDE Committee committee grows the materials -) -
',"' '''' r1.,..,. .1l': I feel! it only proper thatI activities, and the speakers -
man to head who pointed to a possible con- "p.i> '1' iif.'I.rJ'j.1: .\ ". B"
Schultz picked the right County .. .:: : respond to the recent articles we bring to Starke, will
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up the investigation of Governor Kirk's nection between huge contributionsmade .(rf.; i ';) :.h appearing in the Brad- show the criminal folly of the-."
"Governor's Club" whose pur- by heavy trucking firms to help "',. .., ..I."o't\::! ,; ''rl"i"'" ford County Telegraph and the various divisions of this total -' q
secret l7 r 15r rrkt't ,"'r I'V'IN; ,,,'i'.1.:\\r.; Gainesville Sun on the matter push toward perdition, and"",
off his "war crime"debts / ;'[iJ r. ::",''.' '' ''.''
to be to dispense guber- Kirk on 1! '
pose seems pay /'Jrf'Q+' I'NH1.'" .,'. of the Bradford County Board the horror of their results.
natorial favors in return for $500 and the coincidence that the J !'f..I l :i '!!: ; ; : of Public Instruction approv- 18
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in the "exclusive" special motor fuels used in such trucks t.Vj'J( : 1't:. ing the use of Bradford High Our planned program on the"
memberships '; "".!I.r'".".'I'....... in
.i' }' I!), School Auditorium for a pro- subject of sex education the
organization.The were exempted from Kirk's proposed .!i.It;>:"jr! 'f.1,.."' ". gram on sex education.I public schools Is not a recrim-tf:

man is Rep. William Andrewsof one-cent increase in gasoline taxes. ..;.t .!,J..11.. ,,,,',,,.f.,,\:r'...(.1...'... nation of the programs in our*
Gainesville, who told Kirk to "go The gas tax increase was Kirk's '\t:P.':.. '. ...I.I.'rm''fo.i' ..\" wish to thank the Board for local school as we know them,:"
Governor funds to for .C1"I""I! .).,''I'.T" granting the Committee's- nor does the committee condemn ->"
the ra'se I'
ahead and sue" after proposal to pay '
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; <:" quest and we respect the opinion any sensible approach tQ
came on television Sunday with a his proposed 16-year road building ;.J'J'W'A'1.\\I"i\\::! ;) :'' of .the dissenting factual instruction in this a.fJ

bumbling threat to sue Andrews, D.M.; program which was turned down by *. .;.':rr.:':' member. Since the approvalwas rea. The committee is opposes;:

Smith (a witness before the invests, the special legislative session last ;".;!i! "":'',':-:.:- not'unanimous, the Com- to a massive and coordinated
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fJ mittee feels that we should drive which is currently under -
gating committee), and certain unnamed week. '. postpone further action of inviting way in the state of Florida'I

newspapers for "a million, The Governor undoubtedly knew that ,, the planned speaker until (and throughout the country)

dollars" because of the "phoney baloney" the program had no chance of being + h"i?l ai A;trY, f4'J -' .. ,',.," ;X. ?.;::"!' ';, :,;- ". .. : such time as we can discussthe which is attempting to establish .

they were putting out about enacted when he called the expensive .t!;: i'i.7.,,,." ..1.: .;....':...t.,.. Board matter of Public more Instruction fully with and the detailed a contlnous"Sex, compulsoryand Education""

him and his club. extra session just weeks before the .":t.M"MT.: .;: the Superintendent. course, in all schools, from*

But Rep. Andrews doesn't scare legislature would have convened in / kindergarten through the twelftH!

easily. Instead of calling off the investigation regular session. Running true to form, J(f/rCAf For the benefit of those who grade. This new "jet-age" seJi'
do not know, the MOTOREDE education course is repulsive1'and
he urged the Governor to he called the special session without ..' .c6nnriiene.; .tjsilw. Committee Is a nationwide this committee feels that

proceed. In fact, Mr. Andrews seemedto bothering even to notify leaders of his movement to restore decency, It should not be made a part

welcome the threatened action since own party. He did nothing to sell the and its formation was Initiatedby of a compulsory course of inJ1
the John Birch Society However realize thaf'
struction. We also
any lawsuit that might develop from program in advance, and presentedhis
less than ten per cent any detailed and concentrate
the investigation would make it possi- bills only five days before the ses- Farmers -, Diary of total committee membershipare instruction in sex without H'

ble for the committee to compel sion, and then only at the requestof members of the Society, concurrent emphasis on morality -
Committee. I do not consider this Com- and God's plan in grant-
from it hasn't been the House Transportation -
testimony persons .. The elements conspired again some building will be "bap- mittee as a reform group but ing this wonderful gift, tends
able to interrogate up to now. Most last Sunday and gave us a dark, tized" so to speak. For those rather as a group that is dedicated to reduce the matter to a pure..

attorneys agree that such legal pro- It was purely a political play to rainy day that was fit only for of you who have not yet visitedthe to the preservation of ly physical and animalistic pro-"!

ceedings would be an excellent forumto give the Governor one more crude a gaggle of geese and we're not II. I- courthouse, this will be a Ideals, morals, and traditions cess. ;:>
at all sure that they enjoyedit. fine opportunity as a Open which have been the corner- .
compel the disclosure of Kirk'sincome weapon with which to clobber the legis- We can't complain, though + I. House will be held from :3 stones of our society and the The members of our local

tax returns in order to find lature in his forthcoming bid for re- as we have plenty of fine sun- to 5 P.m. foundation of the greatest nation committee expect and Intend:

out if he's actually been damaged a election. ny days in this season and on earth. Recognizing an for this committee to become'
that's more than most of the cc c erosion of these basic valueson
a strong, lasting and deeply
million dollars worth. He'll need all the weapons he car
country gets. several fronts i.e. the
; per- respected organization in Brad;
We can't believe that the GovernorIs get if the investigation of his club: Hv Sam McGarvev Speaking:! of roads, it appears vasive spread of pornography, ford County. We invite any tha(

about to run that risk. In fact, proves as fruitful as early testimony c that the Governor's 16-year- the steady increase of drunk- are interested to join with utf

his whole threat of filing million indicates. For instance heavy equip- building program which was eness the mushrooming use in our fight to restore decency?
Talked last week to H.W, were upset. After all,the palms turned down by the Legislaturelast of narcotics, the growing exhibitionism I'
dollar suits in all directions was pro- ment dealer Smith testified that he (Buster) Bennett about tne have added a tropical touch to week had little in it for of filth in mind, Sincerely r

bably just what he charged others was squeezed out of sales to the growing of "greens" !in this the highway and they did re* Bradford County. The concept body, clothes and language and It l

with dispensing-- "phoney baloney." Road Department because he failecto area and he said we use a present the effort of a com- of building roads where the the downgrading of all morality A.J. Barry, M.D., Chm. :3
great deal more fertilizer here mittee set up to beautify the most people are sounds very and sense of propriety, it Bradford County MOTOREDE
reaction to the club memberships.A
In his bombastic buy five $500 than they do up in the Caro- roadway. However, on second good, but in effect it would let Committee -J
House committee's probe into his secret club that indulges in such linas. When he was up there thought the median strip is areas less heavily populated n

secret club, Gov. Kirk has indicated hanky-panky is hardly an asset to a recently with a load of greens, designed to be a "safety Is. "wither on the vine." ..

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apply about 300 pounds of fertilizer posing lines of traffic and that .ee
very sensitive, and perhaps vulner- side of "integrity. responsibility. to make a crop, and he safety factor is decreased by rt! d V FARM AND .N.CH I

able, spot. Even a member of his own decency. and honesty." replied that we use about a the planting of trees there. Our secondary road funds : f;::1

party, outspoken Senator Joe McClainof There has been much talk in recent ton to the acre here. He also have been cut drastically, to ''k } {}
reported that the greens up .e the point where one official ': tsw By George T. Huggins $;:;:
"In the wordsof in the sunshine.
Tampa remarked: years of "government there have not been damagedyet stated we would be able to -) COUNTY AGENT ?jj
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north Georgia, in the 600 populationtown Now it is time to have "Governors even though hit by low And it is not right to argue build only one county road every -

in which I was raised, they say Clubs in the sunshine." Let the man temperatures, because they had that only the reckless or care- five years. How, we ask, ::!. ;; Agricultural Extension Service: i ijjttWKSttxw 11
that a hit dog always hollers." tle of secrecy be discarded and al: been hardened off by earlier less driver winds up on the can the county grow, or even 6':: r: .. :::::: :::::;= ::::::::,;;;::::;::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::: ::::::::;:::::::::::::::: :::::::::;::::;:::?:;:
cold waves. median strip, as a careful and provide good roads for its residents .t
And "pit was another Republican the facts be exposed''to-the sunlight T .. prudent driver. may be forced ; in that cases '', ..,.., :' ;4Th, old txprepioA. : &- '*"!! is too ''.",.. .. .. Ill UJU-O .. I
cc there 'to avoid an accident on"the wet to plcV has Deen bur situation "iinekr' The* msrt"'aie interested '

pavement. In that case a c r for the past few weeks In programs like: this because

Berry growers have been busy palm tree is a potential bar- in parts of our C unty. This they have responsibilities! : while \
replacing plants that died and rier and hitting it may resultin In this county growth has condition In exists of the
most
also working the crop in var- loss of life or severe in-. followed the hard-surfacing of families.We .
ious other ways. From reports jury. The median strips can roads, wherever land is avail- area where we specialize: in appreciate Ray Pettis
I The American Way we've heard, there will be few .be beautified with shrubs or able for sale. So we say that ofIavor- rcwn turnips, mustard:' taking this tim on Saiuiflay.H3 .
collards and strawberries.:
We
if any "Christmas" berries- plants, which will be attract- more hard roads are needed : could:! just as well be in'-the;
on sale during the holiday sea-' ive, and yet not present a hazard here if the county is ever to were about: reaiy to( get back woods hunting on a lace' f.-h-
son. to traffic and reach its into the fields and then: we
grown potential.We ing, or doing something: !els!
ccc 'Were stepped: by the rains
hope we have a brighter future not in line cf c'ficial! duty
Spending time in Bradford County ccc within the past week.
apply the same intensity to their argu- than merely providing a TOBACCO PLANT BEDS
trial sessions and When we first heard that the Our growers of these leafy
courtrooms during ments for defendants on traffic charges necessary part of the route Many of tobacco grcfcers
palm trees will be removed Our new courthouse will be vegetables like to be planting] our
leaves favor- for tourists who are travel-
plea days usually us Attorneys for the defense and prose. have read advertising: about( the
from the median strip along dedicated Sunday with appro- ing to Miami and the other seeds and harvesting (Taring
ably impressed. It did so this week cution may joke outside the courtroom, US-301 In Bradford County; we priate ceremony and the hand- overgrown parts of the state. the same time. This gives ,use of two herbicides: on tobacco -

when both County Judge's Court and but inside they were all business them a continuous supply making plant beds. It is easy; to
Circuit Court in session simul- it possible to establish and get the idea that this combination (
were Jury members we watched in sev- Is for
necessary gcod plant
taneously in the two new Bradford eral trials this week could not ;Appear .t' Vo-Tech Center hold a steady market. In re- bed! fumigation.
; it's a woman's gars:! to strawberries, wet field
County courtrooms.It to have taken their .responsibi- p% '.' To Get $325,000From ( conditions make It difficult to For more than a dozen years,

renews one's faith in the American lity more seriously or conscientiously. '" ,.J pull a spray machine! behind a we have usel Mthyl BrDinl b: .
lJJfff&fb(! Bond IssueThe This has been good( still
system to watch our courts operate. Our legal system may be slow and 'tractor. is
SAVE A LIFE good and:: will do the Job you
Our legal system may not be perfectbut sometimes confusing in its operation .. .. Bradford-Union Area Vo Agricultural Extension involves want it to do. If you have! used

we'll go with it until something But we are impressed with the cart \ cational-Technical: Center is more than respansibil.tlss; Methyl bromide, you know the

better comes along. we have seen taken in local court- Py Martha Sue McCain slated to get $325.000 in the "related to agriculture. Many proper procedure. If you might

We saw this week a man accusedof rooms with persons put on trialA County Extension forthcoming division of a $50( times it offers an: opportunity.: be planting a bed for. the-first
million bond Issue the time or have
any: questions
stealing a $25 hog tried by a jury.It Home Economics Agentmay among; Among our many persons with
courtroom may not have the gay state's universities, junior colleges special. training we have an took more than half a day and atmosphere some people can't seem and vocational schools. Associate Agricultural Engineer call us anytime.

probably cost over a $1,000. The man to do without. But to one looking THE SHELL GAMEDo be bleached or dyed and Santa Fe Junior College will trained in programs having to TAXES

was found innocent by six of his pee.rs. for reassurance in our "system" so waxed to Improve their appearance get $895,000 for new bu'.llinga: ::! do with safety Just In case you had not

It might also mean something to note you always buy nuts in Price alone is nota and: facilities, and the Univer- Mr. Ray Pettis is one of the heard about our latest publication -
much attacked
these days, or to one the shell because you figure reliable basis for judging sity of Florida will be given 'best in giving a program on here it Farmer's Tax ,
that the defendant was a Negro and 'who questions the American way, we they cost less than nuts already quality of either shelled, un- $12.5 million for its dental col- rescue breathing and heart Guide for 1969. This is the 1970

that a Negro sat on the jury. can't recommend a better place for shelled? It ain't necessarily shelled or roasted nuts. The lege if the state legislature accepts ccmpresslon. Most of the time edition for 1969 f.'jurinz.!' it is

That trial, however, was conducted your pursuit.We so. Do some quick figuring best aid is a statement on the the allocation of education we think cf this as Just life not reading and: reference for
with all the seriousness we've seen while shopping for nuts. label which shows that the nuts bond funds :$3 recommended raving whether it be rescue Joy and entertainment; Just for
might also add that Bradford Take English walnuts as an ex- are of a certain U.S. grade, by the Senats Education from the water, electrical shockor information that mlaht save

attached to a murder trial. Defense County, in its new courthouse, now ample. From one pound in the or were inspected by the U.S. Committee.Ted some other type of accident.We : save you a few dollars.

attorneys repeatedly rose to object to has two spacious and grand court shell, the U.S. Department of Department of Agriculture, look Oglesby, director of the have had Ray give this Our Agricultural Building::! 1 lv

what they considered unfair testimony rooms. There is plenty of room for Agriculture says you get ap- for other signs of quality.Some- vo-tecfc centaiv'sald yesterdaythat program to several groups in next to the Starke Stats Farm-
proximately 7 ounces of nut- times experience will teachyouthat if pending Federal appropriations er's Markat-visit: us. Our telephone -
and the State of Florida Bradford:! County
By request\
prosecutedwith wishing to take in trial
certain
anyone a meats. Check the prices of brands and packer's are made, the $325,000 he will Is 96-1.653-t--call us. Our
equal fervor. and almost all are open to the pub- the walnuts in and out of the names are signs of quality. Nuts In state money will be used gram to present the National the full Guard pro. Post Office:: Box i 1'1 1028-.send

We saw legal beagles in county court Hfi. shell and see which is the with clean bright shells are for matching funds, 'thus doubl- Unit Saturday:! afternoon:: This us a card. Either of the m 'h-
better buy. Maybe the shelled likely to contain good kernels.
ing the amount to be receivedby : will be the second presentationfor ods:: will get you a ccy: of this
nuts are. A pound of almondsIn Shells that are dull dirty or
the center. He sail: It would well[ organized and written tax
) this Guard Unit. This Involves
the shell gives you six- stained and those that are
require up to $500,000 to provide guide.
about one hundred! fifty
and-a-half ounces of nut- cracked or broken sometimes :
meats .. brazils, eight ounces indicate defective kernels In- adequate buildings for present: -
Parade. Sat. 10:30: AM Bring the Family fllbers seven ounces side. More Important is weight programs The at the cmt r.
funds
pecans, six-and-three- of individual nuts In proportion will corns from the Early RegistrationFees Bradford Clients
quarters ounces and black to their size. The heavierthe constitutional bond amendment
walnuts, three-and-a-half oun- nut, the meatier the ker- which was approved: in a statewide Due Dec. 19 Get $47,871In

ces. nel. referendum last November For Santa Fe JC November Aid
- If you do buy nuts in the
shell and they have hard shells, SAVE ON FOOD The Division of Family Ser
The Bradford here's how to get rid of the Are you on a very tight bud- Dove Season Early registration! fees at vices provi-ed::! financial aj5sist-:
County
shells the easy way.First soak get? Here are some tips from Santa Fe Junior Colleg must ance and services to more than
TELEGRAPH the nuts in warm water for the U.S. Department of Agri- Open 3rd Phase be paid no later: than December :300 thousand( aged, !blind, disabled :

several hours, or overnight. culture for getting the most On December 13 19 in order(! for :registration) ::! persons: and dependent!
ESTABLISHED 187t Nutmeats will then come out for your money with cheaper be valid, according to Directorof children in Florida during No-
fro less broken too. Also, in your foods that are high in food Admissions Joseph Moru o. vember.

nuts. The term "dry" simply may have meat that's graded the third phase of the 1969-70 In the event fes are not paid: person was: aged. $4605; blind,

M.Ma.FLORI me proceeds the means that no fat was added U.S. Good, Standard or Com- dove hunting season on Saturday by that date, the individual'searly :! $56.40: totally disabled; :!, $54.36;
spirit.-(Isa. 57:16)). :for the roasting. There are mercial. This meat is satis- December 13. Hunting will registration! will be cancelled dependent children $24.73.

A ESS When our car fails to start ;also low-calorie peanuts on the factory for pot roasts, meat be allowed from 12:00: noon until :!, and he will have ts( reregister Welfare checks to these

the battery, may be run down.J J market. These have had a high loaf and stew and it costs sunset through January 5. on January 5 or 6 during needy persons= tstalled $9,814-

ASS TON When we feel tired and devitnl1.1 percentage of fat removed. less than meat of Choice and According to the Game and ths regular registration! 849 with the stat paying ap-
Since much of the flavor of Prime grades. Variety meats, Fresh Water Fish Commission, .period and ru.i the risk cf not
ized. the be proximately 2 1-1 and
million
body
may run. ]nuts is in the fat, "defatted"nuts too, such as beef, pork or this is the final phase of the being able to get into the same the
down. Just as a battery can \ are milder in peanut fla lamb liver or kidneys are bar- dove hunting season. The bag! classes. Fees for regular registration remainder paid by matchIng -

be recharged the body can be 1 vor. gains in vitamins and minerals.You limit for the third phase season must be paid at the Federallunds.
recharged on a more make meat farther time of registration. In Bradford! County, 1,257 per
only can go will remain at 18
B. MATTItews. adlkr: ....... doves: per sons receive i $$47.871 November
permanent b.isis. For when the 'WEIGHTY MATTER by using bread or cereal in day.
r 11hh d .cIa T..7 ... akred M Metroas. body N recharged with God- Buying nuts for the holidays meat loaves or stuffing for Late registration at the Col welfare payments. In Union(

.. M.Ue, at 1M Peet Orttiek. at ......... iystda life. we have a new body, we Can : ? Select with care. Like roasts. Somtimes fish may be legs will be held January 7.8, County 473 persons' received

trader Act ., Mania 7r 11'II. / : a new creature. We: all 1 the cover of a book the shellof cheaper than meat and will also Includes eggs. Grade B and a $5 late charge will be $]8,939. .and la Clay County

......r...... I. tads anaa 1 year. ....;.0...... want to be alive.-fully alive 1 a nut may be deceiving.Fully give you good protein. Other or grade C eggs, if your store due at that time.Registration 1.218 persons received 36402.
trade .....a I year. J1 j developed shells can hide inexpensive main dishes are has them, are just as nutrit- : Clay County received less welfare
So accept: the life of God ; it is being conduc- funds than! Bradford although -
- / defective or poorly developed dry beans, dry peas and lentils ious as grade A and are usually 'ted at the
:-- =- I our lite: I kernels even though the shells This protein group of foods cheaper. ter Colleyets West Cen- Its pspuiation'is approximately
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NOTICE Of BIDS of urntttord County. Florida. Dated thin 27th day of November :Korth walnut Htroot. In thecitY' Range 22 .1 thence runNorth Bulk Sales lAW said. Diminesn' Is Mildred Moss
Healed received ;
Bids will be Quality Mobile Home Broker A. D. 1969 at Starke. Bradford 9n.tt, transferors :
of Starke. Florida. thence run
known as THK GIZMOrnd husband Slrnmle Moss.P. .
to and not later than 10:00Um. Florida. being and her
UT December 17. 1063. In the Inc.By -S- David McLaurln County.: 12-' 4t H-JS That the party Interested laaid East 295.1 feet thence run South being located In Clay Coun- O. nnx 47, Lake Geneva FlorIda .-
nice iff Business Manager.Viands David McLaurin business enterprise: Is as 295.1 feet thence run Wept.295,1feet Florida and being sold byIlnun" 32660.
: State Prison for the 13.8 U la-abwoTICR .follows: to point" beginning.Bids /: Mo" and !Mildred. Moss,, The name and address. of thetrsnoteree
TRADE NAME LAW W. King Orant. President. 819W. shall be sealed and marked Inc. a corporation ,
INC.
.1. of :Pine Pulpwood harvestbr his wife to Gizmo Is: GIZMO
By EonCHRISTMAS WM.AI Ifame) Peachtree St. N. E.. Atlanta, Oak School
54 prison forces. (Notice Under Fictitious "Bid Ion Water existing under the laws fc Florida corporation Route 1,
Of INTENTION: : TO LnrNotice {ice Property". If Additional l Information State of Florida. Flor32656. -
Bid b secured of the
forms Box Heights
442. Keystone
.. ... may NAME) given that 11-27 4tchc 12-1S It be obtained
I I P Prom that office. REGISTER FICTITIOUS Is hereby In needed may Clarice J. Crabtree, Presidentof .
13-. 2t 12-11 Notice I Is hereby .given thatthe the undersigned. pursuant to," by contacting this office Olzmo, Inc., hereby gives. notice Tho effective date of the sal*
undersigned under tho p..o'V1.lolIlI "the "Fictitious. Name Statute The) Bradford County Board 064-7757. that naltl. corporation will If midnight December 91, 1969.
PROGRAMThe of Chapter 20,053 LAWSof Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Flor- of Publlo Instruction will receive The. Board reserve the right continue the business at the Claims of creditor should! be
PTA will meet at the JI era. Under Fictitious Namex Florida Act. of 1941. will ida 1941. as amended by Chapter sealed hide until 10:00: A. to. reject any or all bll'... same location and that It assumes made within six calendar. monthsof
illster with the Clerk of the> 20760. Laws of Florida 1951. Bradford County Board Of Pub Is bound to pitY the
Statute M.. Tuesday, January 6. 1970, at and the date of first publicationof
school cafetorium on Tuesday, Notice Is hereby given that Circuit Court In end. for Bradford and by Chapter No. 67-209 Lawsof Its offices, 111 North Court lic Instruction. debts of Slmmle Moss. and his this notice to: Myron C. Pre
Dec. 16, at 7:30 p.m. Aftera tfce undersigned, desiring to en County. Florida, upon proof Florida 1967. being Section Street Starke. Florida for thesale Thomas. L. Oasev Jr. wife Mildred Moss. Incurred In vatt. Attorney at Law. P. O.
in business under the flctliSous of publication of this notice of 865.09, Florida Statutes will re- of the Water Oak School THOMAS T,. CASEY JR.Superintendent the operation of said business Box 888. Keystone Heights.Florida .
short business meeting: the name of CRESTV113W the fictitious name of WELT..sI Btnter with, the Clerk of the Circuit and approximately two acres, 12-11 1-1 and that said. corporation itolent. 32656.
will be 1848 North APPLIANCE SALES AND SERVICE Court In and for Bradford .
Christmas program pre OBILE] HOMES at I i more particularly described as Simmle Moss.Mildred .
Temple Avenue, In the City of under which I am engaged County Florida upon receipt of The location of the business4e
All parents and ttwrs follows: NOTICE] OP SALRPursuant MnenGIZMO
sented. Btarke. County of Bradford. In business at U. S. 301 f of publication of this no, Commencing &t the Southwestcorner to Florida Statutes at ,the junction of a. H.In.. : INC.
are Invited to attend. J tate o-f Florida.. Intends to re- South. Starke Bradford County tine the fictitious DISCOUNT name to- of the Southeast Quarterof (76,6-10.1, notice Is hereby given 100 And S. R. No. S-814 ; approximately By Clarice J. rrab.tree>
JI
I l fictitious name with Florida. wit SOUTHERN the Northwest Quarter of excepted 0.R mile Southeast of President
of business
of sale a J. Crabtree.
Box 607, which It Is the Clarice
O.
P.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES lteClerk) of _the Circuit Court Starke!M. C., Fla.Wells Ir"lIfed COMPANY._ in! under business! at 116 Section 18, Township. 6 South from the.provisions'!: of, the the Lake name Geneva and address PotofflceThe of..the 13.11 2.1 12-13

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School 9:45; Worship, 11 .r----------------------------------l -
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. MYF 6 -1
Choir practice Wednesday -
p.m.7:30 p.m.Christmas. I 'I I I _

will be Devotions held SUlldaYe\IQ-and program 1 FLORIDA GRADE'A1 I 1 NEW ZEALAND FROZEN I I .

ning, Dec. 21, 7:30: p.m. .

9:45 First a.m.Baptist; Worship.: Sunday 11 Sehe a.m. '' 1 I I FOOD ;

and 7:30 pm. Training Union 1 FRESH IlL BI i

6:30. Midweek, 7:30: p.m.services Wednesday : A

Christmas On December services 24 at 7M:wlH..Ift.beheld !

followed by the wool I
Ii
I
Christmas program. I i FAIRSUPERMARKETS
Church of God: Sunday School
10 a.m., Worship, 11 a.m. and 1

p.m.Highland 7:30 p.m. Y.O.E.Baptist Thursday Sunday: i i i SALE i $ i


School 9:45: a.m.; Worship Ham 1
and 7 p.m.. Prayer meetIng -

the Baptist Wednesday Churches 7p.m.and Meet some'of i SQUARE CUT SHOULDER ; I

others were Revival represented.The closed Friday ....,... 1 I ROAST 49:6 1 I

night after a good sertee at I I I
meetings. After the closing services I
a fish supper was served I ISAVE5 I I WHOLETENDERI 1 I

and. enjoyed by every ewe, as I I I 69f. when Savings Count... I

well as the goodwill fellowship._ I '-- '' 4 2 C I1 1 1 LEG 0- LAMB ; COUNT ON US I

Friends are nurry w ant ..
of the death of W.H. (Hal)Edwards .1 I I LOIN LAMBCHOPS 1 II
Lake. Mr.
of KIngsley WHOLE BAGGED
Edwards was a resident of this L B I I 99 1 PRICES GOOD THROUGH I

community for several years. I SAVE 10 Rev, and Mrs. Den Beaton
and Mrs Eugene Starling accompanied I I I I quantity rights rs..rve>d. II

about 23 MYF members I I 1 I
on a hay ride Friday
night. They began at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tnl-
lor and drove around through CROSS RIB OR LEAN FRESH PANTRY PRIDE
the country, stopping for hot POT
chocolate with Mr. and Mrs. CALIFORNIAROAST GROUNDBEEF SKINLESSFRANKS eF000
T.V. Duck and back to the
Trailer home where they enjoyed -
a weiner roast and toasted ROAST i' .
marshmallows.Mrs. .
Ernest Wells has returned FOOD FAin
from a two-week visH FAIa eoooraia .
with Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Well
and sons in Huntsvllle Ala. I.L1eq Lt.pillCE.coo
Mrs. T.L. Gilchristef ms- L$ pIND

wick, Ga., is spending this week
with Mrs. Wells.
Mrs. O.J. Phillips returned
Sunday after a two-week visit
with Mr. and Mrs. L.H. HmI -
I Its of Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lmty AZALEA BRAND
:>f Gainesville were visiting Mr. SOLID
and Mrs. Frank Cruce on&.- PURE PORK .
say
O.D. Dobbs of Ralferd, and OLEO s.
Burney Dobbs and Jeey Debts SAUSAGE
:>f Jacksonville visited Mr. an*
(\ Mrs. A.D. Dobbs during tim! Faa

week. 2 LBROLL .
Visiting Mr. and! Mrs. St.:! .
Clair Grlffis are Miss JanettGrlfOs
of Jacksonville, Md
Mrs. George Kern and chil-
dren of Charleston, S.C. Mrs.
Kern Is Mrs. Griffls's sister
Mrs. Margaret Stoffel l. at
Stratton, Colo is spending the
winter with her son-in-law and BY GREEN GIANTLesueur FYNE TASTE Cold Water
daughter, Mr and Mrs. V.F. SPICED HUNT'S YELLOW
WHOLE GRAINRICE
Heiken.
WHOlfPEACHES
Tftl VAILIV 0 3-STAR
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier ALL
and Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier : PEAS CATSUP ONIONS
were visiting relative In LAUNDRY
Orlando over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. B.R. FK.4 ef 4Ooz ;::11.

Interlachen were Saturday night CA NS CELLO
dinner guests of Mr anJ Mrs.
Albert Sappenfleld.
We are pleased to have a new
restaurant at Desert Isle Mo-
tel, operated by Mr. and Mrs. I i '

..Sappenfleld. I I SLICED SANDWICH i U. S. N 0. 1 I

la Tli. Circuit CourtIsdIUul Ctghta FANCY GOLDEN RIPE i
Circuit Of FlorMs, 1. I !
And Fur Urudlurd CoMtr: I
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CIVIL "(.'1'10:11: B REA D 1
c.:.... Mo. OT8 WHITE
Clifford Koblnson Plaintiff I
De
-v ilarjr Lido Kobinaon I
ten dROIt.l'IouOl..,.. 01 Suit-:Xo lro .rtrTo. ,

You; Mary Are Hereby Lisle Robinson Notified that I BANANASPANTRY I GIANT IVi' LB I
an action for. Dlvorte has been 2/49 I POTATOES
lied affaln you and you are !
required to Uefernei.nerve a If copy any of to yourwritten It. I I LOAF < I

on the plaintiff attorney.. II
whose name and address< Is Honorable I I I
I the, and clerk file of the the original bo\e styled with I SAVE *<. I INCH. FRESH BAKED I L B .1

court 1949,: on otherwise or before December a Judgementmay 29. C I PUMPKIN PIE .. .. ...... .. .... 39.* i 49
be entered against you for i _ I C I
the relief demanded In the com SA"\7 PI\I.O, s..J5.1 J'J.SO.TlD BAG
plaint or petition.Wltnoas I
of said Court my hand on November and the Heal 26. I La i 5w ET Bu..... .. .. 3/' i I
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1969. SAVE 104. 2La 40Z GOLDEN RING *

Virginia SEAL By Clerk Beulah) of F. said Darby.M.. Moody court.Ad InterimAs I I POUND CAKE.. .. 89"I j 20 LB BAG 89 {

A. Deputy Clerk
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SflrrflfltflsrrflSfldNEWS Services Held

ABOUT For Mrs. Starling

In La\Vtey Church

SERVICE MENAirman
Funeral. 'fcsrvlces dot Mrs.\

Sarah: Garrett Starling 84, of
Route' 1', Lawtey, were held at .
2 p.m. Wednesday, Dee 3, In
MactivfdMfi Methodist Church

Macclenny with Rev. Tommy B BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Howe and Rsv, Ray Easterly CHURCH, LAwTOT. Sunday: Bible Study 10.a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.: Morning Sunday School, 9:45: a. a.'
officiating Interment was in CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday School, 10 Lm.Vorq-- Morning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening: Morning WorshiP. 11 a.m.Youth
''the church cemetery. CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS Jnc Worship. 11:15. Sunday Service 11 a. m. Evening Warship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Practice -*
Mrs. Starling was a native of Sunday School, 10 a.m. 416 East Call SI. Met service, '::30. Htehway services 6:00.Wednesday Meeting, 7:30: p. m.: Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.
Mactrlenny' and::! had lived ir Worship Service 11 a.m. Sunday Priesthood, 8:30: US. northwest: of Lawtey.-H T.H. Worship service 7 -Rev. J. C. Saunders pastor. -- Rev. Robert O. Buron
Lawtey otltha/') years! She was I Evening; Service 7 p.m. *jn. Sunday \School 10. Sacra L. Bennett pator. p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell ,
member Lawtey Baptla Friday Night Cottage Prayer .went 11:15. ,\ ORGAN ROAD CHAPEL GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Church. Meeting. Monday Primary 4:30: p.m. PINK LEVEL BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a... m. Sunday
Survtvppsinclui\ \ ; ,, :! four daughters Night Prayer; Morn':! Highway 100-A
Thursday Tuesday MIA. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School 11:00. a. m. MorningWorship
Mrs.Gsnsva H.ll'ard: '! Law- (Meeting In church 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief Society. log Worship, 11 *. m. Pro-Ser CHURCH 6:00: p. m. Training! Sunday School 10 am. Morning -
tey: Mrs. EHie: Ogilvie Mrs. Youth Service Tuesday night 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band Youo Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng -' Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Worship 11. Training Un
[ H Ethel Suber; and Mrs. Loul bell 7:30: p.m.Ivy -Dean Hansen People and Prayer \Service! ), ft Worship at 11. Evening i i .!II1iop. ion. 7 p.m. Evening. ,Worship,
A Payne all of Jackson villa; four Luke, Pastor Branch President p. m. Evening Worship. 7 p. m Worship. 7:30.: Rev. Carl Wednesday:30 Prayer' Services 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.8pm. ,
sons, Dan Leon and S13V3iStarllns. Service Wednesday 1st and 3rd Wednesday
Midweek Clarke pastor. Rev. Don Drawdy,
all of Lawtey. and SMYRNA MISSIONARY JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30 p. in. B. R. Bowers. Z>. D, night-1:00: j.>. m. Family] night.: Pastor .
Sidney Starling, Raiford; 'a sister BAPTIST CHURCH

Mrs. Zelphia! Muse: two 633 }(V. Prctt St. .Sunday ricsa BAPTIST- MISSIONU. -- .. -patter.' '
Breedenson brothers. Frank and Monroe : Sunduy School 10 a. m :301 North behind Tae ,
W.
Charles
and Mrs. JamesII. Garrett: 32 grandchildren: 58 Preaching 11 a. 'm. Training tee JTeea Drive ID. Sunday 31
Breeden of Mr. of Route I, Key- great- grjndehildrsn.:! and ten Union;. 3:43: p. m. Evening. Worship School 10 a.m. Worship Ser ,
vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
stone Heights, has completed -greatgrandchildren. 7 p. m. Everyone welcome
basic training at Lackland AFB, Active pallbearers were Doyle Elder: A. O. Flynn, pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.
Texas and Is now asslgend to Glen Eugene, Lamar, find Fred -Leroy Olive pastor; K. L. .
Chanute AFB, Illinois for train Starling] Danols' Suber and Al- ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL tirlffts, .associate pastor.
In the armament systems ton Crews. CHURCH STARKE
ing field. Corey-: K rlln Funeral Home Sunday Services: :EVERGREEN >BAPTIST ;evuvu O'VUXJIX .
Airman Breeden is a 1968 'was in charge of arrangements. 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist. Hf8hwax-W.. 'NclLawtey. .
graduate of Bradford High 9:30: a. m. Church School. Sunday School. 10 ajn. '
School, and attended Santa Fe 10:30: a. m. Family Service Morn1 Worship., 11:13. Sin-,
Junior College. Keystone Heights is on duty; (Holy Eucharist lit and 3rd day Night Service, 6:30.--Rev., Jr- "Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me.
with the Air Force at Monkey 'Sundays: Morning! Prayer. 2nd R. L. "
Bennett paator. and t shall be whiter than snow. The Psalmist
.
Mountain, Vietnam. Acomputer and 4tfc Sunday)
Staff Sgt. Frank Griffis, son maintenance technician, he Is ,. desired to be pure and white as snow, and knew
of E. J. Raulerson of Lawtey, serving with the 366th Tacti- .BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH. CHURCH OF GOD that this could come only from Cod.
is on duty at Bien Hoa Air cal Fighter Wing. Before his BROOKER. FLA. 422 N. St. Clair St., Stwke. yr
Base in Vietnam as a mainten- arrival In Vietnam, he was Rev. Jim Temple' pastor. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship. + '." \ r. Complete joy and gladness of a pure heart
ance and control specialist assigned assigned to Port Austin Air Sunday School 10 a.m. Ron Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. can be yours too when you walk close
to the 3rd Civil En- Force Station, Michigan. Bristol Superintendent. TrainIng m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30
gineering Squadron, a unit of Union. 6:45: p.m. Lowell pjn.-Rev. Y. W. Kldd, pastor with the Lord.
the Pacific Air Forces. He Marvin Tisdale, Douglas Director. Worship
previously served atEglin AFB, son Speciallst-4 of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: La\vm 1 I4.
Pensacola. Outlaw, music director HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH .
Tisdale Route 1, Lawtey, received -
the Army CommendationMedal (Highway 100 at Theressa. ) .
Tech. Sgt. Earl L. Hauser, with the Sunday School-10 a. m.
while serving ,
whose wife, Mary, is the daugh- 25th! infantry Division in Viet- FIRST UNITED METHODIST Morning Worship-11 a. m. r + t., ., h *t.rlki.--W---** V f"-t Jfe -*- 4rny ,.,' i,tV
ter of Mrs. Hilda Thagard of The award! was presented STARKE Training Union\ -6:30: p.in. t3,1' a :P *" &
nam. Sunday -Church School, 9:45 Evening WOl'Shlp.-7:15: m. +klv r A\4\ kH *?
for his meritorious service as p. 'j&&
Spscial \, [
in Co. B, 2nd Bn., a.m.; Morning Worship Wednesday Night Prayer Services Y / n-*
SEE, a of gunner the divisions 27th Infantry. Gift Sharing Ssrvlca 11 a.m.; -7:30: p. m. Rev Merle &HsfeB5 $* xaiSCTgs ?;4
MYF Snack Supper) 6 p.m.; [
'T iv Paint People Army Specialist in September Tisdale entered 1968 com-the MYF Meetings, 6:30: ; Evening Packham pastor. ?. i ir
Christmas Play r
pleted basic training at Fort Worship A
Moore e0 Bennlng, Ga., and was stationnec "The Folkslnger" presented by FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ::
at Fort Polk La. prior to his Youth Groups. OF STARKE
JPAINXSCENTRAL arrival in Vietnam last Jan- Monday Girl Scouts, 3:15: : West Weldon St. and Raiford
uary. lie is a 1968 graduate Circle 2, Christmas Party at Road ..,
PAINT of RJE High School in Starke. home of Mrs. W. H. Nollman Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. .1 o _
'
MYF Wesleyan Sub-Dis- 11:00 Meaning Worship : the _
e e 3:30.: : a. m. ; fhurch is
STORES INC. trlce Meeting Laks City, 7:30.: 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : ,. for God's. a/.i""te ,_ in

636 NW. 13th STREETGAINESVILLE Time considered was when to be basketballwas a non. Tuesday Brownies, 3:15.: m. Evangelistic Services. JI mss of His demon,'/lor knowledg, of His lave for file mon world
WednesdayChildren's. Choir Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid- l mOil '0 and
contact sport. The same was g hit respond 'to that
II laveavin Inv,
laid Christmas Rehearsal 3:30: : Library! Open week Prayer Meeting l Withgovernment o,, this lIy
of
HONe 376-1281 never shop of
God
3:30: to 5 p.m.: Prayer Meeting Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. \'! noneighbor. or grounding in .he"he'
ping. soci .
and Bible( Study, 7:30: ; Chancel !> odd ''.Pnseven and f.. he.. WOKf//..
Choir Rehearsal, 7:30.: HEILBRONN BAPTIST W ewill inevifabl, ms ..""h *' hold,
perish
ThursdayGirl Scouts 3:15.: CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. i Y selfish paint of.,... Therefor'. even from
PEACE OFFICER TRAINING I Youth Choir Rehearsal, 7 p.m.: Sunday School, 9:43: a. m. 1 I"the.h of h. ..",",, .1""''' ..PPort h. thurrh
Chancel Choir Rehearsal, 7:30.: Morning Worship. 11. Training \ Beyond' rnor however '"""''"and"his Tamil/ .
CLASS TO BE OFFERED -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Pastor Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser ::'1 ."rfporftt/pof.inrt'. / every, person should y
Midweek Prayer Service about
vice. 7:30.:

t A COURSE IN THE "BASIC 200 HOUR" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30. \ alone rtwiMwaasSSfSSS cb. .
STARKE Pastor '
-Rev. L. Tommy Howe
.... PEACE ,OKF1CER TRAINING AS.UEr., Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning I C.L.a Adr. a.n, God
QUIKO BY THE COUNCIL: ON PEACE Worship at 11: sermon, "The GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH .
OFFICER STANDARDS AND TRAINING j Song of Mary." Training Uni- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning d ,
WILL BEGIN JANUARY 5, 1970. AT 6:00 on, 6:15.: Evening Worship, 7:20: ; Worship. 11 a. m. and 7 p. ::jt:
P.M. AT THE BRADFORD-UNION AREAVOCATIONALTECHNICAl. sermon, "Thou Shalt Not Make m.Rev.. Fwd Johns pastor. : > "
CENTER IN Unto Thee Any Graven: Imags." ..
Monday -Youth Choir Prac- NEW RIVER BAPTIST
STARKE. YOU MAY CONTACT THE I tice, 7 p.m. Sunday School, 10 ,a. m. Morning ..
CENTER AT 609 NORTH ORANGE I TuesdayCarol Choir, Sunbeams Worship' 11 a. m. Training: I

STREET OR CALL 964.6150 IF IN 3:30.: Children's: Choir, Union! 7 p. m. Evening Worship,
TERESTED. Junior G.A., 4:25.: 8 p. m. Wednesday night ser
.
Wednesday:! Weekday Bible vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel- I .
Class, 10 a.m. Family Night come-ti. L. Parker, pastor. '
Covered Dish Supper, 6:30.: 'I STARKE "N"
Prayer Meeting and Church Airpark Baptist Church HURST SHELL

Christmas Party (Carol Sing, Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.lorn; SERVICEAND
ADULT COURSE OFFERINGSRegistration placing of Lottie Moon offering Inc Worship 11:00: a.m. Evening SERVICE SERVICE
on Christmas tree, etc.. ) 7:30.: Worship 7:00 Wed. GULF 964-7X31
: p.m.; Ph.
Church Choir Practice, 8:15.: Bill Edwards -.
964-6111
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Carl Hurst Phone
for second trimester courses -
Thursday Visitation, 7 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Study on Book of Tire TrulagHeadlight
at the Vocational-Technical: Center in -W, A. Hogan pastor Psalms. C. J. Sheffield, PastorsEveryone
RENTALS AdjwtlmgBrake
Starke will be held during the week of December Welcome. U-HAUL

1, 1969. Last day of second trimesterwill MADISON STREET Trailer Service
be :March 6, 1970. Courses for high BAPTIST CHURCH KTNGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST. Truck Wheel Balaaee tad

school credit, general education, typing and Sunday Opportunities: School,for 9:45:: service: Morning: Sunday School 9:30: ; Training Complete Lubrication Alignment

shorthand, and courses for preparation forGED Worship, 11; Youth Choir Prac- Union 10:15 ajn.; Morning : Minor Tune-Ups SERVICBAH

will be offered. tice, 4:30: ; Youth; Fellowship ;Worship n a.m.: Evening.Worship 1011 N. Temple Avenue ,. PROMPT ROAD
Supper, 5:45: ; Training Union, 7 p.m.; prayer Meeting. -- Minor Repairs
Vocational and Technical course offerings 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; 7:30: Wednesday;' PHONE 964-5899

include bookkeeping, welding, auto mechanics Evening Worship, 7:30.: interim pastor. Rev. Fred): WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Stark
radio & television repair, refrigerationand Wednesday Family Night Munro. 24-HR.
air conditioning, and basic clothing con- 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting, Business STARKE BUILDERS '
stuction. Meeting, 7:30: ; Christmas Party, Hlway 301 and 100
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
8:30.: SUPPLIES, Inc.
The GED examination which qualifies a -Denton Sumrall, pastor. Sunday Service: Sunday tlO S. Temple Starke LAWSON
School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Featuring Ace Hardware
for a high school equivalency di-
person "
10:45: a. m. Evening Service -
ploma will be administered during the weekof CARD OF THANKSWe 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service Complete Paint Supplier MEAT MARKET
wish to express): many and Sporting Good
February 9 thru 13, 1970.. Wednesday 7:15: p. m.
thanks to the Bradford; County STORAGE
NursingStaft for the wonderful Charles Reese, minister Check With Us FJraf' AND COLD

care and knners! given our EDWARDSGrocery We specialize In Custom slaughterlas. -
219 Washington St. 984-5270
mother during her illnsM and Cutting and Wrapping-

S i!death.Dr. Salazar Also a special Mrs. Arlln thanks Mc-to Electoral Everybody College it/ criticizing although the it : and Market. Prepared for Dees rreew

Knisrht! and Rev. Tommy Hwe.The \\ia one' of the few which hasn't FLORIDA WHOLESALEPhoM
family of Mrs. Sarah. .thrown the dean out the win- Goer ei>'->=:lfaals-Feed

qo'aeRolgnu( / Starling: ,dow UT GAS A'ND .OIL M470I9.PALMETTO .

4f4I( Itm Jack .....Gladys Edwards 'I STREET .'

I I9t'tl TU: Nm: w $100XMAS :.t ONTROL U. s. 301 Sooth gtarke fI fhIIUt.

HENRY OM C& PHONE ,".ull
SPECIAL BRADFORD COUNTY'P. I

GRADY Call St. Starke, Fla. TELEGRAPH


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Atlanta Merchandise Mart,theaters in centerof Money For All Better Service For You 'PHOTOCOPIERS: from 939M
the finest shopping area.Beauty and Barber Shops, Your Christmas 'to $625. Take the drudgery out
Theater. Secretarial and Shopping Services, Beverage Title Problems of paper work.-
store, Sundries stand.Superb meeting and ballroom Needs Official Class Rings LEGAL FORMS.
facilities. All rooms conditioned and with LVC Diamonds Abstracts
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(f\. New Motor Lobby-drive right into the ? '1 S BULOVA WATCHES Title Insurance PAYROLL ENVELOrBS .

hotel. Reasonable rates 1Ji.k' ) Make Town Finance Your 142 W. Call: St. Starke i
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: .- II' Downtown at Peachtrt11 Cain Sts. Headquarters For Ready Cash Phoae 94-70

'r"-= P.O.Chant Bot 404/324-3211 141. 1 LOANS Up TO $600 \ CLAY ELECTRIC I C OOPERAnirE, Inc. II

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t 'phew who Is named:! for my
father-Seth Burgess -came to Chamber Backs 2 New Members Andrews Buys
When' You Use An Andrews ChargeAccount
isee me. His home is near Lo Join ChamberTwo Mann r
Drug Store
Angeles, but he was on his way Library FundThe a-
flying to New York to get Instruction Your Prescription Tax Records -
Andrews proprietor of
Ervin ,
/ and school a week Board of Governors of new memberships in the Andrews Drugs in Starke has are Kept For You By Us
(for a new job with the J, C. the Starka Chamber of Com- Bradford Chamber of Com 1.
Penny Stores. He is Security Dec 4, merce were taken during No- purchased Mann's Drug Store Andrews DrugsFor
8 drna Burgess alai a merce voted: Thursday, vember. in Lake Butler, from Mrs. Net-
Officer for a huge 60-acre warehouse to Siva $100 toward:! the purchase -
tie Mann. C. M. Cherry will Fut 1
The new members Delivery Dial 0047170BUYING
Col.
offices and company in of the Parks property on 'are
continue pharmacist with
I the busy! days brlnqr sunny days and when it snowedI ,general. He is 44, tall; slender, Walnut Street as a site of a Pump James and A. !Griffin Supply: and Durianca !Mr. Andrews as working there
ihandsome.
Company
Had coat of .
a tan
us Thanksgiving, and hasten' took my pup ana! we walked proposed! ntw county library.In The following part time.
and coal black hair. Ha has a business, 'the Chamber Chamber mem-
to the Post Office and other In
Christmas grocery In addition to the stores
hers renewed 'their
in the snowstorm. The wife and 2 college '3 Ire chil] board:! hard a nominating Chamber Mr.
; I laugh pray and sing snow memberships Starke and Lake Butler
in
:beat on our face and he triedto dren. I was happy to see himI committee report by M. A. November: .
everyday a Holiday. Florida Bank at Andrews also owns a drug store
wept when he left. Ha Starke, Van H.
was in Baldwin, nrmlng B. F, Mlzell
catch
the
hills and snowflakes, and
Over the over the in Perry.
Priest Co. .
L. G
the
Powell Koch's
plains. would take great bites of snow Navy in War II. When I Jr. as president-sleet for 1971,
taught at Clay Hill he was a Whlffen as Drug Store, Kentucky Fried COINS
and Dr. Wayne
Thanksgiving
Over the peaks of snow was lovely student here in Indiana! Chicken W. T. Jackson, J. E. Game Commission ,r
: : at Pur.due
The Christ child comes and here. I went to church at eight treasurer. Hardy, Dr. ,2O% TO 50% OVER '
Face '
brings for thee o'clock in the morning Then I University and used! to exchange Don Hill, chairman of the Drawtite Harry Gruan, Offers Safety' Kit Value]
letters with my chil- reportedthat Division, Carp's D pt. .4.l DIMES, QUARTERS "
A golden shining Christmastree drove over to my son's for a elections commutes Store HALVES, DOLLARS
dren so they learned to: write the following six directors Bullington Studio and
big turkey dinner 1964 OR
; with oyster BEFORE r +
Gift
And in its branches there doth stuffing and ham, sweet pota- letters. He has been so many have been elected: : Charles Torode Shop Oil, Baldwin: Chevrolet, Parents or grandparents .,. Also we will buy 1965 Halve Nickels 1959 '!r
places all over the world Company: Holiday: tackleor on
toes, everything. so Sawyer Bill Epps, Clyda Ter- planning to give fishing r
Three kindsof before
Cents '
grow Inn of w, 1951 or before.
pe! and'cake besides. we had so much to talk about. wlllegar Freeman Register! Jr., Starke Denmark Furniture guns to children: for Christ- y t
All doth happy knowOvet -things the world thankful and lucky I am. How All My days new are so busy and! Buford Mitchell, and: Dr. Whlf Johns, City Barber Shop, Jerome arias should: wri's the Game & L t''+ WE BUY SELL. OR TRADE
the grandchildren there happy. I am never tiled. At fen. Oil Company, Tcwn Fin- Fresh Water Fish Commission
the hills. were times I feel a little! weak ance Company, Bradford:! County free
Over the sncw. 'and! great grandchild] a afterI BMdwIn will be Installed as lat Tallahassee for a BULLINGTON'SJStarke
take my pup for walk Telegraph, Lsila's Drass and Christmas Conservation Kit.
nephew and family. a as president at the annual ban- Phones .
Such '
-Old Norwegan! Carol. talk- Day 964-7271
Gift Night 964.6250 >
Shop,
lie is Register O'l;
so strong. Hal But at Com The kit containsinformat'on
nowI held 29 !
I have had! the above poem ing and eating and I had to quet to be : January ,
kiss everyone and nm getting gifts randy for the Starke Golf & Country pany Longchamp Construction on firearm safety, fishing and
just be
many years, and it has a picture so Co, and
of an angel carrying a happy with my heart brimming Christmas I thnk! of how Club. He appointed a committee Foods. Joseph's Imported hunting tips an outdoor guide!
over with love. I believe thatis weary I was after War II was of Sawyer, Mizell and: George for young sportsmen.
Christmas tree over the .
sncw.I
Chamber
over and I was back of Commerce! membership -
at my old Roberts to work with cham-
the secret of beng! !
love It. Whoopee! So I share happy
school and dues may be deuct'Ias !
boarding place 'with in :
John Myars
with you the lovely thought. 'when old I am now 72, proudof ber manager
a business
!Fredand Fe"
Daisy Lang. I was for the expense on
preparations
making
We have had snow, but it 'all being that age with my very happy, but felt teaching a eral income tax returns ..ie
melted and now it is chilly and heart so full of love for every banquet. local C
heavy load!, although of C office says.
I loved
each morning has a heavy 'one. I do not have time to havea Myers reported that plans
every one) so. I recall I walked for the Chl"tm'1s parade:! were
ache or pain. I and
frost I love these delightful! was so happy Your home our
home
down
last Saturday. My other ne- \ the sandy road: complete, and that it promises: Nine CandidatesFor

-___..._.. __ after the program a r-- : nt- Clay TIIII- to be an outstanding: event. safe vault
school. The was crisp and. UF Degrees deposit are

FLOKiDAJHEATRE.!{ 301DRIVEIN could chilly. look I wanted at the to stars walk so and I Forestry Service From This AreaNine two different baskets !

moon. I sang this verse as I
walked along; Reports Rainfall
area Su. Oh Ye beneath life's heavy candidates for degrees at the

load!, whose form is bendinglow Bradford County reported an close of the fall quarter at the l

average of 1.05 inches of rain University of Florida. They.
Show Begins At 7 P.M Who toll along life's climbing during the week ending: Monday are:

way, Louis Hill towar at High- John Arthur Reddish, Starke
FRI., SAT. DEC. 12, 13 Admission 75c With measured steps and slow, land reported!! 1.20 Inches; New Bachelor of Arts in Education:!

look up for glad arU golden River 1.1; and Santa Fe, 90. Wm Malcolm Harrell. Brook-

Double Feature Program SUN. hours The 50-yearaveiage rainfall for er, Bachelor of Science in Ed- alfi"i
... FRI.. SAT., Come swiftly on the wing, Ohl( December is 1.57 inches. ucation.

THE MIRISCH PRODUCTIONs DEC. 12, 13, 14 rest beside the weary road. Only one fire was reported by Wendell Kelly, Lawtey Mas- i

.- To hear the angels sing. the Florida Forest Service for ter of Education
I -
ProgramI'AH
.
COMPANY. d ..T'f '" I Double Feature Then I paused to look up at the week ending:! Monday. Since Herbert A. Nelson Jr.. Key-
e prrenle" the starry sky and imaginedI January 1 there have been 74 stone Heights Bachelor of
/' / \Mlll\ M I 1'11'1Ht I r.,.,,,,.
\ |rrnit could hear angels singing burned!, as
/ 'SOME in* fires with 450 acres Science in Business Administra- .
-
t \ "Peace on) earth Good Will compared with 129 fires and

: RIND ,: Ih.FRANCO to men." I felt happy. 930.4 acres burned during the tion.Carol Denise Roberts, Lake
; OFAI
My one) happy time now I it period last
same year. Butler Bachelor of Science in Why leave all best eggs jewelry,
your
.
.
getting a letter! from Daisy! andFied Journalism
,,.,0"co ''' ", NUT 'f' ZEFFIRELLI grandson Gany Parrish He Han't have Icgendar) Kathleen! Anne Culver, Mas- stocks, important papers in one home
C I ,..r/ r"'Uu".r', in Viet Nam He If the Scotsmen any more, so Ihrre
COLOR out in ter of Arts; Charles James Ga- basket easy prey for fire or theft? Truly safeguard -
C I'll'h'I:"ie .. i 11 !field and his letter has: a few I+ none to accuse or( Idling his boardl, Bachelor of Science in
i |United Artists' "iSJJI ROMEO smudges which makes m en- children that there will he no Business Administration; Charlotte them in one of our convenient vault-

i T T Joy it more. Ha. Ha is not unhappy toys this Christina heiaii Wright Bachelor of Arts protected Safe Deposit boxes it costs so
of
.,. e and! says it is not near none them passpil Sarta's in Education; and Raymond '
,
JULIET safety t,'!t. little! Rent yours today!
:
as bad as what he imagined.He Edgar: Mathews Bachelor of
: PLUS has met the Viet Cong and Science in Electrical Engineering .

; taken enemy pii'oners. Ha saysit -all of Melrose
"";. His tun raised heH in the West! rains so much but sun is Let's GOGardening :
<: hot which he loves because It a
;
.' MGM>< GLENN FORD reminds him ct home His A wnm': worst) conference .. FLORIDA

;,. mother Mabe: and father live on hunger is convener!. ]
"HEAVEN
WITH A GUN"
'f.. In Avon Park He said! a hill- And! Heaven help any speakerwho

PANAVISIONMiTKOceaem copter had brought my lettar, runs into the lunch horn. 'BANK AT STARKL I ;
\ along with supplies. ft] Berv Rli&rpe.!!' Editor *
:No; ordinary. What a wonderful time to be Florida Agricultural &&- Marblefiead, Mass, has rescinded
....
.
: 1O' .lOr
: ) ,. alive, with such its ban on the use of
intelligent men tension Service
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
? SUN. :ION. TUES.
who can make rockEts to take the word Christmas m schools.
DEC. II 15lftV TECHNICOLOR' A PARAMOUNT PICTURE For while it looked
,
a
; man ,to the ;(\ as
'I' oon..p" I'1DDistars.
, One of 30 Banks of the Florida National
Group
PLUSBAREFOOT God must want us to go Plants are like some humans though the teachers would
| "Me Natalie" or he would have not given us -they, too, may hold a love-in. have to tell the children/ to
men to! plan and money to go. Dodder (alias, love vine). Is enjoy the you-know-what holi-

)0' No t tailing what wonderful. the most likely plant to hold .a days.

,< with Patty Duke IN THE PARKwith things for good will come out love-in. ., .
', '
s.; James!'! Farenino Robert HKDFORD of this ability'! to investigateand Check your ornamentals. The d,,,1.,";>)-I;I" 'it'1 L)'"'\\1''o'FtI': ''. 7-.f' II

;}' and Solome Jens!'! find things about the small yellowish vine may be >>1.. -,; ., it
, and JANE FONDA moon. Ii is so wonderful Th staging ,a love-in In your yard'' n'. A .

. :) pool we will have with us al- now. It is a parasite pest.

Mays 80 the Bible says. We do The hosts for dodder are GREAT BUY. NeIlV'"OAt
many in number, and include A
most ornamentals and (garden 7 -
1 r
vegetables. a. dyS ;:
There Is a belief that if a DESmveslhleht

J. maiden desires to check the
,, slncereity. of her swain's love,
: she tosses a length of dodder /
over her left shoulder then vI,1/1ltif'1t7/j
;' leaves and returns in three .

days.If .
the love vine is still alive
y 3
i -and In most cases it is be-

f r, t cause there }is nearly always a.

.. host plant available-the beau
still loves her. (We suspect the
0# males started this belief).

i Regardless of the method of

Apr 1. spreading, dodder! is .on undesirable s t
,r A pest for the gardener.

!; b 4tL Being incapable of manufacturing -
r e Its own food, the parasite
sends root-like growths Into the J i-- -

.,' 9a host plant and cheats the orn
:It< amental oue of its plant food.
Control measures includs A..It4

r.t ihand-picking the vine-like .

: growth from the ornamentals -Jl
land destroying it by burning.:

If seed: pods haveformed be- so'

If..' fore the pest Is spotted, culti- 3-bedroom COMANCHE'' 4
oil.:' vate the soil In the Infested I ,.
: area. next spring. This will kill n.xr I
"',
A, the germinating plants before
;,; they grow out In search of a. a

.. :host plant. ...... ...-
.. INSTANT --
Don't try to destroy dodder "'oco
'WIth chemicals, because chemicals .
aa that will kill dodder will MORTGABC FINANCING

kill the host plant
r' OVER 20 MODELS BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTYA
f; At today's prices it's hard to find a cood buy. and real bargains
15I feed people. are almost unheard of But not so at Jim Walter Homes. You permanent home, carefully chosen. Is today' Beit Invest r
ment. For more than thirty years, property with a home builton
can still have a hieh quality home built on your property with lOnc
5 FRENCH APPLE COBBLER it has talned value each year. Almost everything else you
i from Colorado Place In a lasting, heavy duty roof ing, durable hardboard siding, aluminum buy today will begin to t tote value from the moment it Is purchased
:t'i': pan or glass baking dish sliced windows and screens, and all the rest at an amazingly low cost. Most of us pay each month for a place to live If these
apples peel and slice And financing?. Instant mortgage financing to qualified property monthly payments are paying for a permanent home, they can
about
:four. Add to : owners directly from the builder to you.A be an investment that will be Just like cash, [1l! the t!! !bank! and
;- the apples 3.4 cup grow more and more each year
sugar 2 heaping tablespoons! : of
i:'. flour, pinch cf salt, dash of At Jim Walter Homes you get a great buy In a permanent home
;: cinnamon, 1 teaspoon vanilla Coutp&fe Lute of Sc&nutMot** Cottage* but to make it even better, you may have your new home finished
interior ,..finish
( to almost any stage of completion part
and some butter. Stir well and of'the inside yourself, as much as you want, and really save big
} put In the greased Inking dish. 'V you think of m n w homt. think of money. So don't L!lose! your monthly payments. Invest!! them in

1 Light on a budget. On top put ths!' : in a bowl !; a permanent home built by
place '4 cup sugar' : ; H can Jim Walter Homes.
flour; Vt tsp bak'ng' powder, ;' a"/irIOfL'iDJ

1-4 tsp salt, 2 tablespoons! soft sn tvc:
Electric rates hare down oleo, add:! 1 egg slightly beaten.
gone
Beat well until smooth. Drop STOP BY, CALL, OR SEND THE COUPON FOR THE NEW CATALOG AND - 1'uu;

I eleven times since 1957 batter by spoonful: spacing COMPLETE FACTS AND COSTS OF BUILDING ON YOUR PROPERTY. rJIM WALTER HOMES 'I

evenly about 9 spoonfuls. Bak (Moil to the nearest office) $TI
+ t l kn.'s: a tact that sheds! new' light No \\onJcr then that you I use
j on the mil'1.1 id"'n nation electricity so much inJ in so many 373 degrees about 30 min., un- I I would like to know more about your building and I

\\hll. .mn'r piKi: I hiixi. Ken using ways. to ser c your comfort til apples are done and top is financing plan. Please lend m. a free catalog I

;: 5"\-hhh the'rrlrc "eectncity! and com emence Its the biggest ro'"lServe with whipped< Jacksonville, Ocala I am Intereited In a... D Home Q Cottage 1
ha giii: V.IOVMInJ ,,'\\a In act, bargain in jour buJget! cream I eat warm or cold.: Fla 32205 Fla 32610 Lake City. Fla
Iii menial.: price }rail per ...".. Now to all of you, my DarlingS 3281 Wert 300i South P. O. Box 10.15 I NAME 1
; Uilwatt. hour bI I PL- crcJl.imilic in the sunny Southland! Beaver st. Pine St. g ods E. I ADDRESS
;\ f tojjis I one-third! less -fI'IIIII"8''" : wish you a Merry Christmas. P, o. Box 6248 P. O. Box 9W iJ9 90 oil Ouvaee CITY STATE I

than it was in 1957. 00.'roan,..' ..y,.,. Across the miles I send my Ph 388-15115 Ph. 622-8J18 Fb. 75-8$53 I
..,...rr..o'..... Love and prayers I TelephoneMy 1

Love, property is I located In. .
, FIGHT INfl. ISC I:: ELECTRICITY \\hat else costs Ie"l toJax than it did, in laS7' LURA.. \.... - -- --- County
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.. .., voked November 22. A hearingon repaired: for $60 from Wlllard Final Pecan 4Lw.. :

an appeal for the reinstatement Thomas. They voted. :! to raise 0555515 --AIr --"" ., r wt 1154 ... L.

HAMPTON of,the llcene ,was set for the salary of Lawrence Bias : l1.d M .. ""__. ...... 154 .15ap'.. 541111 15 1..1.4 '

Monday night; but no one was for cars of the city dump., Community : Sale Light ::.5..4. rl arI.tM3)a: le./ l11 5..455aI war orw:: P3.115.1.0 1.'r 15 Ir ts.n.. ';.

present to appeal the casa so Christmas decorations! for the I .. n.....7..a. Iy,5155' II,- _'IUII., ., 5M/1_ '
By; Mal D. E. HJU the license remained revoked.As city hall were discussed and' A light volume of only 3,638 M MM ejerikerlr bovfcly. S 154/4.4 ...... ..... --. 5 5.0.
.... 15551
__ 550 rth5..5de5 51.51 1,5d 554.55 5
I members of the Recreation tentative arrangements made pounds of pecans 'were< soil: wrY _a. .. 17I2'4BAleaoaea .. ...... foe* M kka eea M
16. Board. Mrs. D. H. Crawford for lights and a tree at the MiA oorvo, w thonM .. ..'...U. A. .....) feet M kko _.* lino)
attended !- News Thursday, Deo. 4, In the final .. AMiM M. >. A .., .. 11 ... a> B folk ."... !0..0 .s.I1rlp .
LAWS. CITY CHARTER. and Harold Waters : hall.Bids auction of the season at the 'free tke Al Mrner .. MiA BMtieo M. '

DISCUSSED AT COUNCIL the meeting. The council for repairs. on the city Starke State Farmers Market.
015551.1.1 ..07 0)r.. Sw..I .... _a_...SI 151101.0 155
Proper legal procures:: for voted:! to accept the old school hall Inside and out have not KXtrtrtfc tifvww Wafer Prices ranged! from a low of .l.k* .>A ry.ens. .

carrying out the city government building for recreation purposes yet been submitted: ,to the council My 10 cents up to 26 cents .a pound.>>

were discussed at Hampton providing Insurance although contractors have ,"' .II ...- -l"" Due to the/ light volume In

City Council Monday night costs to the city would be within been! contacted for estimates this area only two sales were all Aim Rllliaa Cuter. .,la a.. keif a*.IM ok .lev. 1.of A...IT 1....UvingeMn.oeaaeaadt AeeeaaaAiAergeMk .

Dec. when George Pierce reason.'; on the work.Committees. !kina 'pastor. ;Sunday School. 10 held k. 5. .a--- kU ifei C. e. Hallo*,
8. RECREATION NEWS during the current
season. a .i_. A. .. Mailer B ...... MUer kl. rife. Ba...y
lawyer, met with all the councilmen Several existing ordinances:! for 1969-70 are: The Falcons won two basketball a.m.with Mrs. F. B. DelestreIn The' first sale held on November Kline S _OIl AllM, .... vile, C. .. MILAN AeUier MllfeoAikel

and city officials. were discussed particularly regarding Finance and Taxation. D. E. : : games last week! defaatnp change. Morning service at 8. brought only 11,177 IN IL. =::: 5.r 155.5.11; ,oleglei 1515.1, 7.l..w51 r. Blkler 151 ft 1 Blla 4535 It I =..
vacant lots 11 with the Junior Church in ... .._. Ckeleer ..ale.. ".....1
of LAIN a wldowt "
of clearing C. Dennison .4/
mak3 copies Pat A.
Plans 'are to : Hill Glover. Sunnyland: 69-43 and Anderson pounds making a total for the ...... _. .. A_ _. .,. .....

the city charier granted to and lots around:! empty hcmes. : Rules Laws and Ordinances 100-67. The Falcons had a will .',charge. The speaker will be Mason of only 14.81? pounds, ,........ ....... ....... "&1'. "_'. 13145.3, _.1.
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Hampton June 11 1923 and of A budget for each year to be Clover Hazel Thomas landEd to win and: did.TlisjText :Miss Cynthia Broxton Rev. C. one of, the 1'ghtest' volumes suctioned ISOapp.ll.''I.nT t,n:.in.i.j, J..y5r 157. Hi* a11.CMp..Ab., Mul U3515..3.157.C..1. r/b51 P.

the body of ordinances passed set up ahead of time was re Saxon: Streets. Sidewalks home will be E. Jenkins will deliver the 8 off here in recent 0..._ arwt 4 AUUidMI : O,...,. 51. rLl5, 154. .11.... .,...a..
!game ,years. JU..Mld... .1_. Hick Uvu _.llA. .... ki* wif,
since that time so that they commended. and Buildings. Saxon. Dennls-!! Saturdoinnlght'December 2 ia ,,!p.m. message.An >.< .. .., .i...*, Mi.. 5. IM ol AnMlino ..n... MMUOCnA :
to organiaat'onal! meetingwill Deer Killed unknown kolr*. doviaoaa ../.. othotf 11.'...... 3541
council voted! Six any
will be readily available for reference The : purchase on. Hill: Sanitation and. Rcre- RJE gym. Gam.! 'time 7:30.: The 5555 J. N. Troy A OOM.. .. V. ....,...._. AoooaaaA. anAMlloc
at council meetings. a used:! lawn mower for atlon Thomas Hill and Saxon: Falcons will play Keller High be held Sunday morning WeekSix AN..U... ....._..

The license for Teen Town the city-one the city formerly Lights. Water and, Fire Protection -. of after morning service. AH I1uring .AUBJACV TOI ....... _...010", In ...... ol John B. D..... Cl..._
Mccc1gnny.; members asked. to please Wllllaee and '... CtMvninge. aa Truateea ol Morning (tar
granted in Ssptmber. was re owned which has recently been Dennison. Glover and The deadline for registering are : deer were killed: In the Lodge,... 2*. .... and Aeoertod Meaane.BBCT1CBI .
Thomas. attend. Plans must be made for Camp Blanding ManagementArea
baseball is
for City League 2110-28(1 TATA ROAP 1* RADFORO COUMTT MMCRIFTIOMArucu.
Receipts for November' were Monday Dec. 15.- All boys and the year's work. All members i' ,, during the iwek. Dec. 1-7,

$857 and disbursements $436. are asked, to please give ful according; to a Game Comm's-
Now40morehustle girls are urged to register!! so U.... mom or iuy
Present ,for'! Monday night's the schedule can .blt made. Mr. cooperation for the success of slon report More than 1800 Ills Mit .,,
the! work of the church. htnvters visited the area during
meeting with Mr. Pierce /were
Jackson is working hard to. MESSAGE FROM YOUR tot ... 1. klMk. 4*. I.i..a....._. Tniby A C_...'. luBl.laion
nil five councilmen Mayor make this a successful season. (he same period. ill Aacttan a*. ToMiahio A ._'''. Aanoa 12 aaaft aa ..coo..... inla
power. Wlllard Thomas. Marshal R. The cooperation of. parents PASTORIt Other game taken included are ... 1. M** H. *. lie I_. ol ...*..r* County.iMioo .

6 H. Parker Clerk Lillian In gen- and interested!! citizens!! will be Is, our desire to have a 44 quail. 56 cat squirrel 11 fox ,

lath Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Craw : good :year. First of all we ask squirrel and: ; 4 rabbits. tola*) Mrthorly .. ...*? witkiii 10 foot of,tha ...... lino mt AtatoAoaA
The #1 Selling Import Truck./ ford. Mrs. Arthur Bruno and appreciated.NAACP! MEETINGThe God for His blessings that we 115..1*., AMtiM 1 030-a10).55 a'-y lino oain ...a....... oatoU

Versatile rugged. Hot new 96 HP Harold Waters. may have guidance. Then we and: for what.
regular meeting of'the M 54..354115 ontonalon .. tha Mat ulna ol lot 1. BlockM .
hustle GRASS FIRE TUESDAY held Wednes- ask for your cooperation to We ask that all 'boards and .! anA Coivany'a MAition aa raeotAaA in
mill 40% more NAACP will be
overhead : :
-r
cam : :
clubs of AraaforA County. rlorlAa, at a ootnt
help bring us together so we meet at least AoaA Aook
A fire call Tu !oay.: Dec. 2, day. Dec. 17 'at Greater!! Bethlehem once a ... faat aoutltorly fron tho al. ....... ol ailA Let 1. run tM.5.I. .
& haul. Up to 25 miles per gallon economy. was for a grass firs at the A. Free Will Baptist may grow.It month for prayer and business 71'107-. 'U." ...* to tko baolMln of awvo oMeavo
...,.. 91 ...., ........ aoutkoatarly. -
ol All. run
is our understanding that .aess'ona.. As Wa northerly havlnt n
think
All-vinyl home the we this will
6 foot all-steel bed. C. Wynn on Samp- Church at 8 p.m. All membersand oaat ...* northoaotarlyalonaaalAoirva throuoh a total
son City Road Just oft 301. Out Men's Day' and Women's Day strengthen our sp'rltuil! life MMA aMU .. 17>..*.0-,. .1..._ of IS''O foot to tha and ofoal4
upholstered cab. Torsion bar front Interested citizens are Invited 'are the two big rally days. We land give :vs antrv*. run )..... .. AM111-. "'..01 foat ..... .... linoof
of control the fire was threat- to attend. more power In the AoatlM 1A. .. A *.. .. 12 .... at a Mint 111..' art aouuiarly
and heavy duty rear suspension. ening the home. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST would like to propose that an church and community'. tTM tk* AA eoinar .. MiA laotiM 11,

Hardnosed & Cute. PTA TO PURCHASE BOOKS. The 30th anniversary' obser- anniversary for pastor and We come to you as a Shepherd eoMoininf 0.04 aeraa _. or .... aitelUBlv. ol .'.01... roaArifht
PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT church be observed. and not as a cowboy fora of way.OMAO .
pastorof
"I' vance cf Rev A. Vinson. '
$1,875 The need for library books will :be held We propose that each member Shepherd leads and,: guides
New Bethel ATI John A. Ill... anA untay Jaokaon Hi..., hla ."'(..
will be! responsible for encouraging but a '
led cowboy drives. We come
and equipment
playgrcund Friday: night Dec. 12, at 7:30.:
Hampton PTA to vot3: to give The Senior Choir of Ebenezer other members to do :to you in the spirit of Christ ,...,..i 1111.1 RIGHT. OF HMThat .

$400 to the school library fund. Baptist will furnish music. The 'their lull duty.A Jesus which is love respect fort all

$50 to the Bra"ord, County Library bulletin will be published! < and humility. We are here to
public is Inv:telt to attend. each ......... More or laaa in weetetfipert ol MB1' ol MtAj action
Building Fund: and up Regular services will be held month showing who paid "pastor each of you. There will 17. eownahlp _.... Saga 11 eat Bounded en Berth ky land
ami how much. All monies collected fee no big "I" ... lend of and mat ky fowollaltk -
and little "You". of John Barker on ky Convey
to $150 for playground equip- .
Sunday starting with Sunday coooany and ....... ky public road Aeorooni.
and all monies paid! out -.Rev. C. E. Jenkins.
ment. Much of this money was School 'at 9:30.: Morning serviceat
'}
lying northerly ol and within *0 ere of .... curvy line ol (..,.*
: earned by the Halloween Carnival 11. Communion service at 6 MA 1*. (..01... 2(010-2901. aald aurvey line Being tioaerlbei) n folBogle ."O.

last month. fW
p.m.MT. _Ic1AL1t K1YIlp'IN" ".-- M the Mat line ol faction 17. *. (.. .. 11 I., .. n a'..,..
All teachers librarian and MORIAH UNITED COYNTY.la IM .n..10 feat aoutherly from the AW corner ol raid eetion. 27. ..''
'approximately 25 parents heard METHODIST: Services will be tkeMo A. /9''''U. (. 1441.41 ,... to the beginning of a eu.voooneavo
CIVII. ACTION Mltun to the northerly having m ...,... of 11.72 I.... run
Drive a Datsun... DATSUN Principal Lennard Register discuss concluded with Church Schoolat 1 kkeoeo MrUiaaaterly long raid 0...... through. a total central

then decide at: needs:;! at the school. The 10 a.m. Regular services / of FLORIDA. onunM* Of angle .. IJ'41'40- dlatanoo of 1047.41 feet to the end of Betel

{possibility of sponsoring a varIety will be held the third Sunday/ *BAA''ORATivB>, I... and end of aald .....coy u...

P.O.E. plus taKe tag local freight D&H. show after the holidayswas with Church School at 10 a.m. rd ISMOOM Containing 0.21 acree aore or 10... excluolvo of ...01.,., road

discussed. Procesds would Morning service at 11. Visitors (....... I right of way.OtAIAD .

be additional daooaaed. and unknown hurt ..........
used to purchase Delia Keller any
alwavs welcome. ruiMtifftn. 1tY and/or other ...,...., under aid Delia Keller .........
library books necessary for EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH
& Clark MotorsL
Godding v. 1 AUBKCT' TOi I........ If any ol JMee Franklin Keller, ....a.,
school: ''accreditation. Parentsof Services will conclude Sun! MKAOAABT. CAWS, ok el., j Ploeaie Beatrice MoLendon e Valor.N.j55111.3.11.= :

every chili in the school are day with Sunday School at 9:45: Hogan koberte and and kirdlo Joeeph Hogan Mara hia koberte.wifai Willie Hogan and
also urged to contrlbu'e to the 1 Idella :kogan. hie wilei Carolyn Keller 1511. a. widow,
.am. Tuesday night Bible Class.
end any unknown ...L.., ......... end/or ether
'school library fund. Thursday night Prayer Meet- 1 01........ under old Delia Keller, deeeaeed.AIOKT .

GAINESVILLE Mrs Wallace Collins presided Ing. Each activity will begin at --- -
1 ....
I n.... or MATtkat
lat the meeting last Tuesday 7 pm. The Pastor and congregation -

5..15.ra night. Dec. 2. will render service at l4lficZ.. OF NEMIM Bert ."

378.2311 CHURCH NEWS Macedonia Baptist Church In lOMMCMBEmid. **J. Of AMI .,JB.% ._.... 11. _..... A ...... ...... 2) net
Rev. John Sprague a teacher Hampton. Rev Daniel pastor. or SUIT lying; end kelng Aorth of ...... .. mad known aa tho reek Road.taring .

at Trinity Baptist School in Thursday night (tonight) the ..northerly anA within 77 last of the ....... line ol tate ,'.,
Junior Choir will render music. Beed AollOMIBegin 1*. ectlM 2A010-1M1. eald ....." 11.. Being deecrlbed aa


Now make Porch or Breezeway The Senior Choir will render THE STATE OF' FUMM' TO, M the veet lino of tho INS of lea. ol Mtlon 2). *. 4 (.. :.

you can your music for the 30th anniversary .. .. U ... (t pint 1012 fMt Mutherly Ireei the MM MrnerBf .' .
observance of Rev. A. Vinson o. -. Itn- MIA *w.% el (eh. run. ........ .. A1>O7'11* .. "('.U .... to the
__ aa_ >Ilawwpa.y 1 ...,. BMt lino ol ealA eation 21 (... line ol Aectioa 24. .. 4 ..,
IT'S EASY- at New Bethel Baptist Church .. 0 B. 11 iAACBi iiti.i, a&'. : A. 11 A.I at a Mint ...... foot northerly I lam the (M corner of .
a warm liveable raomalLwinter ( INEXPENSIVE Friday night. Dec. 12. ..._l> tiSttfSff* h.r "_ MiA lection 24, continue thence M. .J'07'51-. '000.'* coat to
IT'S ?
The .arr. : the. Beginning of a es... ..._.. to the eoutherly having a redlua ..
Pastor and
congregationwill .. .. Ma55, ,,:.ttrlo.1755 17115.91 fMt. run;' thenee northeaaterly along eeld curve through '
appear at Antioch Baptist' c.d .MM .T eo eagle of 0104'4I> e elotaoeo J24.0 art to the Mat HMlaid .
411 CMO*"rMM7iv.i'ii4 li 4 AM. Ai.k..A.IAJCXL SI eetloa M (wae I lino at eetion 1*. .. 4 (.. A. 21 ..) ,...
Church Rev. L. W. Thomas 515445. 11.1 iSJ-f lr At a Mint 11(1.1 fast northerly free tho. to a orner ol Bald (-... ;"I
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1 13Nit _. HiiiilT. U $7151 1*. tkoMO froa tangent Bearing of "'&1'02. (. continue northMterly i" rIt. r-
pastor Friday night. Dec. 19. OwII1_ ,*** U...., 11.1Aneele along Mid curve through en...a..r D''..'..- dictencoof ,"
Practice for the Christmas 41l'5o r*'"k kaeA t.n. ?; .n." feet to tha end .. raid eurve and end of rid ...., line

,program will be held each .iMMAalo, roMOTlVMia..f"s.p11v.rJ '. 1
f MBCd, nrt.i. _. _..11. _.i., .... as... Moro or 115/.5.15.1.. of onlalng.. rood e
Why store summer furniture-protect it from the I1 I1 Monday and Wednesday: night ckeooello rkBCA hail, ..... right of My.COMB .

elements-enclose your porch or breezeway with until Christmas. AM 121 AMMta.OeooUkft Atrooft teM* Will JS.7'.XT* BVi Aloe MurrhM Booth Individually Md .. Guardian of the
Willie PKtman a faithful u..... .*...' ...... ef BdlUi MurrhM, ._.... and her huakeoA.g. ,
rABCn
Flex.O,Glass See your dealer for the amount you _. _19.." Counte. _.... ae ...,..--1_ ol Arthur .. Murrhee* '
member of our church Is con rAaccl, u..... ..... ..__., Md unknown ...,... ". .... ...d/.. other '
need, then just cut with scissors and tack(staple) u. ,111,_Or4t0 the.na| amoa .:. eleioante .....any. Arthur .. .......... ........
valescing at home. Visits and roorl AUMC11M
over your screens For only a few dollars you now arNprl.. 15''1 AM* Jeekeoai I Ii .- a
...
.
= get weU cards from membersand rACG I111y( .Ma1M. 11.1..i 744 rAACSL .U.., D..ll1A011 1N-
oo, have a room you can use all winteilong.; PLASffrysfalC friends 'will :speed his re- Aa1511 Sir pala7i. u..... ..... .

covery. 4.55 7. w N a. .. "Iae LATARAC. DITCH LR=T*F ITATIO" 1071. (e.Aul)
_l.i_. ...__ mil 551.5_7 rekneylMkia 1*1)IASnL
GREATER BETHLEHEMFree 11..... 11.1 ....CO, u..... .*.... That pe't ell ,

Will Baptist Rev. Jasper rid Bven e. O. ;.alae lot 4. Bleak 4* al Llvlnaaton. Truby. and Coraeny'a Audition according ,
0..t. T, BM *A ._, fenaeylTenle 14171 reoorfeol
41 of the public
Williams'! pastor. "-"SstfssarJK. )? 551i'l. ....! Bradford to rial County.recorded rloriia 1.1353. and Book that 1. rage pert el tiV ol soy.. ol Boetion .

Sunday School. 9:30.: Morning 11.11.r 14, Tewnahlp 4 ........ ..n.. 12 (art lpln..5.3.50 (loch 24 olfclvlngfton. '
111dera recordedla l
6CRun.n. 01.5115 s.ra Orlw Tray and Conpany'a Addition according to Flat
if Y service at 11. Evening service. 1)13 150 Jp.rw M.5111 tMM a.h Paid Book 'J'. rage 112 end wort el Block 47 and 4.. Livinerton.Vraby ,
6 pm. Monday night Choir No. .., 1... ''*'SaT "**. iAKB> U..:.. ..... and _..,'. Addition according to riot recorded In plat Bool
.
3 ft. wide wmm-Hi 11.1 ._ ...
killer 1, oa... 41 ol raid public 0.
1 will rehearse. Tuesday:! night Anna
Also in 4 ft, widths pets. ATM Ir.l aiI..7 ,,
iMt anA left ol aiW within in feet of ,
11
Choir No. 3 and Ushers BoardNo. 1111 Bee* Ja w 515 pr.yl.r/a Lying right ol and within .
Flex.O,Glass Is a special plastic that is far 1 will meet. Wednesday .r'i&SL'X.Ti''St.l'ir. ..,.E-KAsa. ..... a fellOMiOaooeoaa lotorel ditch ...., line, aaid .....coy. line being deaerlked a
Wan, e Poneert ,
,n tougher than polyethylene the only night Prayer Meeting. Thursday:! Ptw-j MllA.rfMM on ... eaaterly entenalon of the couth line of lot 10.
b5b51o WRY .c. is glass substitute Guaranteed 2 Full Years. night Ladles Circle will meet. 150 ot.awtM'*.,,." t"i1'1 55. Block 11 of Ur1M t.n. fray end coeeany'e Addition according M
ot
S.laii Blot reeorded in Bead Book J frige 212 ol the rubric n.5MS
At Hardware and Lumber Dealers Everywhere Friday night the I Can Circle _..,........ roMarlyMiA 17M1 (. .. Boiler Bradford County, rloride, at a Mint 12.'* feet .....01. from thoA
rAACBb 111.1. 11.1 _.._). renniylvMia 1171 ( corner thereof run thence .. 17>lt'4t9> feet, run thence
will meet. Saturday night good PAACAI. IHl.l ..*.. B. l'14'll' r. rolnt ol Beginning ol lateral ditcheervoy ,
chicken dinners will be sold 5531 15. line, :r.\: : ::: : \ 1>>*'11. w. 162 feet to the end
y n- 'IUU Mkkel Boiler
from the: kitchen. The public is 0)r.l'IVr1a '" of MiA airy line.Oeetelelng .
: !
2iirA. .s
.i.rr."ul7m .;.. Illl.L. 101.
Invited to attend all services. ..IS eeree aora or IM*. okcluelve of ealcting road
....i.. 15111 Bight ot ..... '
.. 0
GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL .
Business Sr_l'Sl.iMAM. 4MMfelr r C.1Itawla 315 Idea aria BTi era Killien a widow hair at lew ef J. M. Truby. deceeaediand

GAINESVILLE Directory AME Church. Rev. C. E. Jen- :tKUTr"lei.: : AM Tort : B=Bfc 111.1. 11.1 ', ., AeMaaadi Margaret b. O Carter. Heller, a widow a Mary, :heir Meller et bio law ol wifei a. w.C. O.Llvlngaton Meiler.a .,

.._ U.... ...? .,,.. wldoweri A. (. Heller ..,. Mailer, hie Wile Harry
Jacksonville was guest speakerat .. NW.w. rennaylvanio 1*m KliM a (41th Kline. ..hie. wifei C. D...Mllford abl' t S .1l ether 1151.1 Mllford,
MM YY ".. Slab MBCB. (11.1. 111.3Apa.w. M. 415. 511.1 011510' r.
Hampton Baptist Church HO North KIMI- AV..r kie wifei Ruth McDowell. a widowi eouel Hate / Juno Heaa. I

Air Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES Sunday' Dec. 7. In the absenceof 5114.5. N. 554 .....,15111Nh11. 0Ir 0)d 11,' hi* alto unknowni: .Alice Leo Rieharda.H. (hour a widowi* ....chaleer.01 ._Heller,. ...,wifei oeritalatatue

EquipmentAir pAaCa1. ".... D.r551lht, 051.0115.101)1A0C5 ..... Cereno Mailer. Single5.1115 ._.. e widow AngeleCherpelle .
the pastor. Rev. Melvin ilM.l.BlrAlo ainglei Jceerh'.. Chepeelle" ....1.. Carl r.Blgoney
Conditioning MUSTANG Itall ItofMIklcte. ._... Bigoney, .ia 51/., hart ..ro... e ..-,
Hamel. ..... 15.5 ... ore.t, hie wifei Merle Mailer alngleiBane
un cenh- .. Clarence Grant 11515
,- I nWw
Heating By 747 hie wifeiTed
.. even
PERSONALS ...il> MM Toll.. 'Ohio *...! Alexender, a .L_. ick Angelina ..........
General Electric Santa Fe Tractor Mobile Homes Inc. ....,.. 1111.1 plan! .u .a Heller, 4555.. ...,.. at law ol Angelina Mailer
.......... other cleleente under
Carl Trisler arrived end/or
Mr. and Mr*. and unknown noire
t.Raas'a Mill 5w r : Bald any J. N. 7._. ...._.. .. ". lv......... ........ and
Sheet Metal. Inc.
Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. Firm Tractors it Implements Home Sale Lot. their son and daurht .In-law. *.!_.....OKI,.. 1111.1lla 41.*l 1Bl ..... Oil. 1111.1Jtay 41,*1ruicu. ( TOi Adveree Poeaeaeien In ravor ol John D. DIg9.. ClereneeMlllleee
ol MorningAtar
Tel. 376-8282 JV USED EQUIPMENT NEW MOON CAPELLA Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Trisler. 5.111. JP IMUMM win. d.dr. Lodge, and...laeaa a*. Free Cueeilnge end Accepted, ea Truetee Maaona.Yo .
...
j .BALES PART SERVICE BRONZEWOOD and children. ou c.:t-m r 1...f"& ra4r aW44 5.11.Mt 1.151 dal. 4..55.15. -
AUTO SALES Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Simpson 154d se. OMaar. AMD (ACM or YOU AM MAIIV IIVfULLY BOTIFIU THAT THI PLAIATIFfd

Low Monthly Payments of Winter Haven spent Fri Ukl> BAIKAL till.l ( ) Plus ITI NOAM CWtFUUHT OA "TIT...... TOAITHtll MIN IT*

BRASINGTON GARDEN SUPPLIES4820 N. W. 13th 378-134C day here with her brother and L.5..15.. City, PMuuylnal* 1411tuitL Any end/or IkAianni etkex Helre oliloaatg oeviaec. tMLAAATlOA OF TAN| IN Till AMVt ITTLID COOTT A4AINST TOO AND
u...,. a....
sister-in-law. Mr. 'and Mrs. W. MOOT 0. .. UvtogaOM"" .
III"IMA TO CONDUAI THI AMVI DICSIIIDpuepuly
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE IACH or you AI BIFINBANTI
; .. .. Ukl.. Orr.
Maxwell. ___
SALES SERVICE Johnson & Farrl.lnc. H. y : 1.,5Iav1. LOCATIB IA .A rireRa" COUNTY. FLORID IT EfllHIATloMAIA
CU 111.1kaln
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blrt and 1.0.15: .. _..a_u 1411
Floe Selection of Used Can MUSICBALDWIN psAC6 511.1. a.... A.r Yaw dour _"DI".
PLANTS Sony spent Thanksgiving week rd/r ___ .a_.. I
Taken Om Cidlllie Tradesf< SEEDS v. UllUnI _r f.rum. __. YOU AAI fUATHIR MOTIFIIB. THAT THI MTITIOMRl. ..( ) Sill CALL
:" Insecticides" Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS end In St. Petersburg with 1. ta.. ..... M .
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 WyrlWll. 15,50. C....u_ 15.14..5 5.)051MKN I/f
PIANOS ORGANS Mr. and Mrs Albert' Bart and 111.1 .*.., 114*.1kalr V*> Pal HIAAIMA MFOAI THI HoAOAAJLIy'

)l1%t CMOtc.$ OT THI Airurr family. OKI or TM JUDUI or THI ABOVI. ITTUD COURT OH THI .2.L OAT o*
Motors Inc.TOYOTA ._ .
Berkley _OIl 114. MV _
We ,Rent Fertilizer Spreader /Jw Joe Wiggins was taken to theTJF rlrw 7 retiMVlvMU l Jta rya 5541 aar.4.ArN. _, A.O. a if. AT /a.*A O'CLOCK dJf. IAFLOIDA. i
; N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0471 L--MUSI" 111.1, 11.1 roe J. a. Tv.y. .74.651
Ip Medical Center in Gainesville .
in4 x: -_. :7Je BAIT ..."/ l'edrnA3. ..11''vi.. J'rr.4-' I
Thursday last week for ...." Silas Sod_. _
_... MMinlnal* 14J ) Hunt *l.'.' ITI AmjCATION *OA. AA OlDIH 0* Tunis IN
4 wheel drive and O'ville Shopping CU. 372-535' treatment. =.. tlOl.l, 11.1
ear WEARMOTHERSTOBE
MATERNITY tain. __ TAKIM HUB IN TNIIcolas.
tey ACOeMCI[ NITN ITS DlCLARATlOA Of MfktTWO.l
Sales Parts Service Lawrence Meng, son of Mr. 5.20 __11 5.d/r .1555 laijHMt
.. -. _a... WHO, AM ALL OTHIA INTUI1TU rAATIIIMY
and Mrs. Francis Meng. was U. ltttrucn. AU. rAATIII TO THII SUIT
Clean Used Toyotas -- .
MOVERS 105./.1. _..1..'.
1700 N. Main 378-1268 AV-'R vA able to be out cf a hospital, in u..... i...lun Y.rw.5105..war.u... __ AT THI TIM4 AND UCI MII4NATU AM M HtAAO.US. .

FULL LINE OF Long Distance Moving California last week after being -

Beauty Academy Lingerie Dressed Slacks Storage Packing : inJured in an automobile tf Ml. MFUtMT* AM LI"' .. AN/ It UH tH ALL. tT Mil Mnmua EACH DiriMMNT II WIUY MOUIAU TO lIRVt MHITTIH Brtl| ||.

Tops Bermudas Bathing' Suits Crating Shlppln accident last month. He !Is stationed t* nummni An tcctAta. 711I umumm MOUM. .15155.wvIUu .. If AAY/ TO TAU COMPLAINT OA. flTITION ONI..
in California with the
POWELL'S EXPECTANTLYYOURS Free Estimates CaU MMITU, _1_. 1.,_. M fTM PMTIU T. A. ,_. Jr.. County Attorney
'AIr Force. In the accident, he ....r.. county Courtbouaeterke.
CUklMIM SV MMMM. MM*. M AMINO MT>WOI BCCIA. Mnmua ( rleride
HILL'S received facial cuts and a back: \1.
INC. t* ttnmarn. it M.IVI. _. if SIM. IMIR nwnew L.7 '
Beauty Academy Injury.
Van Service, Inc. Mrs. Marklee Norman has crawl $. -1_. IMATUI. -. ... CIIOI.,... LIUOM.M M OK "'011' THf JuMY or .z"'y A.D.., MAA, AND riti THIMIIINAL

Learn a Profession In Your 708 W.'University. Opp. 8.F.J.C. Waldo Rd. G'vUlo been In St. Vincent's HospitalIn Unm I fMTII CUMfM IV TIMOUHI.' MM*. lilt AWIMT AMMCM NITH TIll CLIKK or TIll AMVI ITYLU COURT ON lAID BATI. TO

Spare Time. Full or Part Time 3540 N.E. 372-4271 Jacksonville for several' MCtMU MTIMMOT Ml 155eSMU. AH U. MATUf' MWIMm HM CAvM NHAT RIIMT.' TITU lATUIIT.; OA LIP YOU OA. ANY. 0* YOU HAVIli
219 N.W. 10th 378-2768 AMY
MEN'S WEAR' weeks. cukiHiM ra "mvt **. iwf.. rim.o* nrrmrr,IN AM TDIN AM 10 TM rAoruTY Diicmin IN SAID COMPLAINT OA MTITION

ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phegley: of 711I rouys UIMI1o 1M CWPlAin. Tt-MITI T* MM CAUII. .ir ANY YOU HAVI. WHY SAID mOrlHTY 1HOULB MOT M CON '
.
.. Indiana week
'w. are visiting this
; rod THI Mil AM rUArOtll Al UT FORTH IN THI CSS HINT OAnriTioA
MCT10. IMIMI 15.5. W II .__ IOaNT, OtlRlnapANE. (41(BIB
with Mr. and Mrs. George Ken-
STAG 'N DRAG tin riuB HKIIN !Ip YOU FAIL TO DO w. A MFAULT MILL MIRTfJrn

Ds 111.1 Sire Or. 5155.I
nan.Ronnie COMTLAINT OA nTITIONalTICSS
A4AIN1T YOU FOA TM HILIIF BtlUAMO IN TM
Griffin Knight son of Mrs.J. .

Motor Repair Co. : Arrow Shirts Flonbclm ShA O.1 W. Horns: arrived home on 5.50 dI. MY HAM AM IIAL OF IAIB. CoMT OA TItI 3rl BAY of \

leave last week CoastGuard Eir..6s_. A.I..l969. .
from the .
Of Gainesville Inc.Formal Rentals 555 .. s2.d 41 ., U.1e10015. 5..y I 5..p' _t..._ r .' +
Repairing; Rewinding Ladles Sportswear Ij. 666 He has been stationed __ in rl*. Book k, Beo M ol'tke reklia raaeeAa elI 5..45..4 t'bay. CUAA or TM CIRCUIT COURT
'WIth an elsctrcnlcs unit on an 1w/e.. it .. ... 'iaw _. (eilreeA in __
New and Used 2 STORES-13 W.11NIVERSITTtOIle ,
514 5.SI..5.15 5.. .
..
island between Guam and Australia h
281 N. W. Uth Fh. 37Z-U18 and GAINESVILLE!: MALL (PIt 1515Sail
in the Pacific. 1515 I __'. ., .d .11515. Ie 151 .. 15. was 1/15.1 (tad
I 155 ... 5.Y.* --. .a..p '&Mi koinf linltil a* .50 11II, c )
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. ; *r r\ VOICE of theSPORTSMAN Indians Simmered In Potato Bowl;

KEYSTONFHEIGHTS MELROSE "'


.' --- i j i ,, \\. j Blinded By St. Joe Flashes, 246The


-. -S ______ _ ____ _____ __----_- J I By MIKE CHITTY
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; Keystone Indians capped gap right back on a 42 yl ltd

------V Lions .. .., --------- -- -.iI". 'A''N"'f.I1I"r. > their Football Season in a sad "Bomb" to End Ken Pre mo
Keystone
NOTES' manner, as they suffered a 24- from Quarterback Donny I Jake

IrKe'ystone Hililesl, NEWS. Plan Xmas PartyThe Griffin's Lodge (east shore of killed] two bucks last weekend, 6 defeat at the hands of St. r for the one Keystone sec re.

.y Beta Cian Santa Fe), came through with and was hospitalized the next Joseph Academy's Flashes In At the end of three quarters

I IWOMAN'S .a good report despite the cold day. His friends told him that the Potato Bowl at Hastings. of play, It was tied again'3-6.

Keystone Lions Club will :weather' last week. Roy guided! he ''toted those bucks around This Bowl defeat, was a repeat St. Joseph's Flashes fit ired

-: J J 'hoist Its annual Ladies Night C. A. Bamberg and they caught bragging too much. of last year, when the Indians up for 3 TD's In the final

CLUB COMMUNITY: : CHURCH. Christmas party on Monday 9 bass Monday. He guided Jerry Chitty of Starke, an were beaten by this same period, busting things wid e o-

luncheon and presentation of trophies. The Board of Trustaes pon-! night. Dee 22, In the Masonic George Zellner and, brought in other cousin, killed a young St. .Joseph team. This also pen. Their second TD was

The club's regular will be held Members are asked to check soreJ; a Family Covered Dish Hall with Judge T. A. Yawn of 11 bass Tuesday.: Roy was fishIng buck recently. brought Keystone's record downto scored by Mike Grissom, who

monthly meeting the bulletin board for additional Dinner on !Sunday! :! Nov. 30, at Starke as guest speaker.!! The and 7-4-0, a duplicate of last totaled 98 yards for the eve-
morning
Dec. 16, in the club one Friday Shipments Camp (west shore
Tuesday information Members of ths circles party will: start 7:30 Season. ning 13 Al
concerning the 6 p.m. at : o'clock cold on a yard carry.
10 that the
The luncheon will startat caught bass! in !Santa Fe) reported that
house. dinner. headed by Mr3. W.lllam; BeamSr. and gifts will be exchanged Crutchfield scored his econd
Neither team able
12:30 and will be followedby weather. Ibass have been bltng! (mostly was to
: and Mrs. Ralph! Barker were during the evening. touchdown on a 23 yard print,
musical program featuring. My father James was off all schooling bass), and specs are score in the first half, and
a songs. All membersare HERE hosts on this ocsasion' The Lions plan to start construction last; 'week and very few people !being caught by drifting or the halftime score was 0-0. and Art Webb made It 24-6
'N
Christmas THERE
Roy Turknett prssidaj at the ot their new home on could in huntIng on his 12 yard scoring play.A .
squeeze more
encouraged to attend this Recent guests of Mr. and official business meeting cf 'the Nightengale Street after trolling. The first score was chalkedup last period warparty found

''last social of the year, and to Mrs. Frank Ottinger Included Every-Member Canvas; and Introduced the first of the soon than he did: in a week. He Slim's Fish-'n-Stuff (Key- by St. Joe runner Al the Indians on the Fl.ashes'

enjoy the fine! program whichIs Mrs. Ottinger's mother, Mrs. Roy Farris, who spoks: year. hunted some ,with, A. B. Howard stone), reported that Edward Crutchfleld who tallied 138 10 yard line, but two consecutive : -

scheduled. Wilbur Burnett, and two of her Gerald Culbert- V-VVYVYVVYVVYYYVYYYVV------- of Starke and some with Akrldge of Starke, a former yards of the Flashes' 400 15-yard penalties threw

'! Hostesses for the luncheon sisters, Mrs. Harley lIunkler on pledging; and( B. F. MI- Buddy Ems of Gainesville!! and next door neighbor of mine, yards rushing, with 6:21 left cold water on this hot (l.hreat.

''meeting Include Mrs. John and Mrs. Ray Peterson, Jr., on on tithing: Frank Ilgen some with both of them. All in caught a l
Bird: Mrs. R. Greeson, Mrs. all of Greenfield, Mass. Mr. zell on budg Ung. of INDIAN BEACH all ,they had a good week, and Brooklyn Lake. attempt failed, as did all attempts totaled Only 160 yards, and 4

'R. Griffin, Mrs. E. Heath, Mrs. and Mrs. Ottinger drove the reportsd on the purchase:: be killed: : quite a few birds.A And that about wraps It up. by both teams, and the first downs as compa red to

R: Hook, Mrs. A. Holt, Mrs. family back to Greenfield for the adjacent lot which will (lAke tart* It). cousin of mine by marriage So until next week, goodbye Flashes led 6-0. However, the 414 yards, and 14 first downs

W. Keeth, Mrs. D.A. Baker the Thankglving holidays, competed on December distributed 20. Byi BOoluMl n. cutty David Stegall of Williston.I ''and good luck! Indians rallied and closed the for the Flashes.

and Mrs. C. King. where they all enjoyed a small Pledg cards ware Ffc. 475-Z171

family reunion. ana; will bs placed in the collection 4 _____
DUPLICATE BRIDGEThe plate on Sunday, Dec. t.&AAA&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&- Ing will be a Christmas partyon

Keystone Heights Duplicate 14. Horns visits will be made the 11th at 9:30: a.m. at the
Enroute home and
Mr. Mrs.
My father James vacation MELROSEBy home of Mrs. Margaret Rob-
was on
Club who have riot responded :! -
Bridge sponsored, to those
Ottinger of Mr.
were guests
The all last week, and dida b'ns. Gifts will be exchanged.
Woman'sClub be request.
will Board's
by the Ottinger's son and daughter- to ths '

discontinued during the holiday -' in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William 1970 bug will be set up on bunch mother of hunting.Cricket Tuesday Grand-, Joyce Rowe ,JUNIOR WOMAN'S: CLUB

season. Regular play will Ottinger of Richmond, Va. Mrs. results of the canvas. mother my Copeland, and, I and Francis Chiapplni won the
,
be resumed Monday evening, Dr. Jae Greer of Atlanta was Thtsrsnrss n-rssr ,
Ottinger reports that Bill and Katie Howard and daughter, Ka- bicycle given away recently by
Jan. 5. Play will start promptly Carol and son, :Michael who the guest minister last Sunday\ thy Crawford of Starke, were VFW POST TO MEET the Junior Woman's Club.

at 7:30.It were former residents of Key- and a candidate:! for the vacant all In Gainesville, and Willis- The newly 'organized! VFW Funds will be used for care

is hoped that there will stone and Gainesville, are pulpit. As he is interested in ton seeing doctors, visiting Post at Melrose will have their and upkeep of the Melrose Bay

be a larger attendance follow- doing fine, and send best regards youth work. h3 remained overnight relatives, and shopping. WhileIn January mjsetlng on the 15th, lake property..
ing the holidays. These gamesare to all of their friendsin and: met wth: the Youth
Williston visited Aunt 8
we at the, Parish house! p.m.
open to all area bridge the area. Fellowship: group Sunday! even Clara Sullivan, and were Joinedby Presiding officer of the club Is Members of the Junior Club
and not just membersof
players Frank Thompson of appreciation for the ex.
ing. Rev. express
her
daughter Mary Stegall Admiral! Deutermann, who was
the club. It the attendanceis Mrs. Everett Fox was in Ala- Jacksonville has been the inter- for dinner. Mother and Grand- elected Commander.!! Some of cellent public response and the

not better in the new year, chua General Hospital last week im preucher., V mother Copeland visited Mary's Vice :help received in making this
the other officials are:
it will be Impossible for the for
minor
surgery.She returned CHt'RCII: BAZAAR .'V event success.
husband David, who was In the Commander L. B. Nicholson: a
club to continue their
So why not join the regularsin games. home on Saturday.Mrs. After months of preparation hospital. Friday, I spent the daj Adjutant, Joe Watson; and The club will sponsor a visit; V V _
and
the new year for an eve- Monty Kirkpatrick of bY' the Church Women with my Grandparents Hubert Quarter Master, Jamie Bass. from Santa Claw at the post
their frlerds the daz- and Palma in Starke and _
cf nitty
many cf 30 mem office Saturday, Dec. 20.
consists
ning of enjoyable! bridge? Meadevllle, Pa., returned home The post on
Tuesday following a visit with zllnj array cf Christmas! Items we were visited by my cousin bers. Nine VFW officials! from from 10 a.m. until noon.
December with' Jerry Chitty. He and his wife
BINGO NOTICE Elizabeth Grosberg at clsel:: : on Palatka and neighboring communities -
Mrs. The next club! meeting will
re- Regina became of
happy9Ver.trie parents a
folks ;
Bingo is played every Friday her home on Lakeview Drive. many The educational: bulld'ns' .bouncing baby boy Friday. Hubert were present at the be held at the home of Mrs.
\eults.
evening in the recreation halt Dec. 4th meeting to Instruct
fantasy of color, was just home from an Ada Ford.PERSONALS. No matter how Christmas CAPONS
Car-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles !rooms were !a
William's Catholic regarding -
of St. and advise the new post
'
ber, of Nelson's: Point arrived land a Christmas train Ioad3d' II day "vacation" in the Brad- traditions differ from one coun- WITH RICE-SPINACH STUFFING
Church at 7:30.
starting matters cf procedure,
: home Saturday following a holiday with glfi-s. was used as a motif ford County Hospital, wherehe ( Mrs. W. H. Allen of Lake Go- try to another, we all have at :2 riiiN| "I'IH.d' | | ( miiim.
also heldat
Bingo games are was treated for kidney trou- alms and goals. least two things in common: 1 cup hupped, ,''Io'I')'
visit with their son-in-law for the back wall of the me"a visited her son-in-law 'and
the American Legion Hall, bles. ACTION COMMITTEEThe : universal joy and spectacular 1 h'"IIII'1I' | i .'o", mlll'Y. "r'IIhed,
on Highway 21 north, on Sat- and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. stage. Two lane plaques, laden Melrcse Action Committee daughter, Mr. ana: Mrs. John Let cooking 4 tnbl*>HMH>iiH biittfi or. tr.ai'Ktii'ine,
feasting. reflect -
Girard Evashavik, and familyof either sid3 In Memphis your 4 fiipN ,'""kei, rice!
'with gifts, were on Allen and children. -
The time is
urday evening. new Charles Louise and Paulette me Tuesday, Dec. 2, at the joy of the season witha '
:2 purkageM ((1O imiu'pH t''''' ) froxen
7:30 Pittsburgh. Enroute home of the sta;e. The: Decoral-lng Tenn. over 'the Thanksgiving .
.. ,
p.m. Strandberg Jacksonville were Melrose Elementary School fora menu featuring golden "'l.tIwd l Hpiniich coo I* .I nod
they enjoyed a visit with Mrs. in charge of John recently -
Committee was holidays. was roasted with ricespinach w 1 -dl'lIll1pdt
weekend repaired capons
guests of his mother, toy workshop. The
GOLF CLUB NEWS Garber's brother and sister- Mrs. Dorothy Far-Is, astistsd!! Jo along transferred! to Milling- stuffing. tl'USMMll| HaltItaHh
Mrs. will be distributed
Strandberg.Mrs. ItOYS
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles the 'artistry cf Mrs. Marshal ton from Los Alameda with this pepper
The spaghetti dinner for the by Christ- Navy Base Capons slightly unusual 2 ucA
!with baskets of food at : cuim (JOVi ounces f )
annual Joe Petrock Tournamentwill Erickson, of Chapel Hill, N.C. Gallop. D.W. Carpenter Calif.hOMEMAKER'S. stuffing, are twist to the chicken gravy
spent time.WOMAN'S.
be held this Saturday evening They also enjoyed a stay at The General Chairman! Mrs. Thursday and Friday with Mr. mas traditional turkey bread stuf- :2 capon, (about I u) pounds each)
CLUB CLUB
Jekyll Island, Ga. ) fing fare but tradition welcomes Vi C''l'' light twain:
at the clubhouse. A social Barry Wyman. express: app e- ;
and Mrs. David Reid) and sons The Melrose Woman's Club The Homemakers Club of
hour is scheduled for 6 lo all her: chairman who variation and you'llwelcome In saucepan, cook onion, celery
elation
Chris Zowarka arrived home in Jacksonville. Sunday night, ''gathered Wednesday Dec. 3, Melrose Is holding a bazaar thfs! delicious new and in butter Ufltf
p.m., followed by the dinner the Christmas Wonderland rosemary
Tuesday from Central Florida prepared! of Booths, and other the fields were supper guestsof :with Mrs. Ernest Bartlett pre- Dec. 13th at the Homemakers combo. Canned chicken gravy tender. Add rice, spinach, salt,

Academy for a holiday visit : the Carpenters. siding. A short memorial serVice Club building starting at 8:30: (creamy smooth with real pepper, and H cup gravy; divide -

with his family, the James Zo- attractions. was conducted for Mrs. ..m. The bazaar will Include a chicken stock) is added to the in half. Fil 1 cavities of

warkas. V The Church Women have Robert and Jackie Lanler attended Edna Hnmlyn. Hostes'es were: bake sale in front of the post stuffing to give it a moist, per- capons loosely with! rice mix-
three moneymaking projects a Christmas Party Sat- fectly seasoned flavor. The remainder ture. Truss; pit ice in large
I SMITH PLUMBINGAND Mrs. Robert Hollls, Mrs. John office, 'a rummage sale and a
Mrs. Grace Jung, of Long conlinulng..! They are stationery urday night in Jacksonville. of the gravy is cooked roasting pin. Roast at 325F.
SUPPLY CO. Island N.Y. has returned home Coleman, Mrs. Florence Janes, white elephant sale. There !will about 3 hours 01 until tender
a fine-cuttin! paring; kn fe. Jackie's parents, Bill and Jer- with capon drippings and light
Camel-
and Mrs. Walter Kyle. also be variety of articles
a ((30 minutes
pound
following a holiday visit with 'and Christmas decorative can- ri Cot* Jacksonville cream resulting in a superb per or18S.F.
| and repairs | an, spent
Contracting her brother-in-law and sister Has adorned the hall. Mrs. Al- made by the members. sauce with minimum effort and on meat ''thermometer).
Lanler
with the
Plumbing Fixtures dies.The Saturday night bert Bachmann presented' the Remove capons to serving plat-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuberof
luncheon under the direction boys. Danny of Mr. and no worry. ter. Spoon off fat, saving\
Rowe son ; cup
I Water Heaters Pumps -| Clover Lane. club with a new table cloth. Serve this venturesome dish
cf Mrs. Alex Gaunt, was drippings. In roasting add
Mrs. Virgil Rowe, celebrated! pan
-1 Mrs. Albert' Spires. 1'brarian with the old familiars
- Irrigation Iron Filters declared "one of the best yet.' Techla McGriff and Dell Mur- --cranberry remaining; gravy and cream todrippln
[ water Softeners- ": <,, Mrs. //Richard,.Sunderland.ls; mililblsa.! ; i,; spent a 'of the Melrose Public Library, his seventh birthday Wednea- relish, acorn squash, .. Heat, stirring to
"Jacksonville,
She .1..y
Center was.\l.s"ls\ } ray A listof day Dec. 3. Danny his twin creamed and onions and
Medical
a patient at the ,gave the 'annual report. peas loosen browned I'nts. Serve with
week with
PHONES: in Gainesville, where tests of Mrs. Wilson's"and Mrs. couple of days last books for good reading: were brother'and sister, Dexter -and apple or pumpkin pie. capons. M.k.. J.2 Bervings.
Barker's circles, whlsel'ved > their mother, Mrs. H.T. Smith,
Ralph Debbie their mother
along with -
conducted for inner Feld- ,
| 964-5832 are being an recommended. Mrs. H.
96-1.6023 or well. And through It all and their aunt, Mrs. Ruby Wolfe. --
ear infection. Her friends man reported on her shrub Mrs. Joyce Rowe, will be *

I (Please make a note of I II wish for her a speedy recov- "our Lou" Gaunt with a planting project for the Post joining Mr. Rowe in Belle Glade
sprained ankle and large cut, Lou Miller and her mother, Recent moon rocks don't KEYSTtiNlHEIGHTS
where they will reside until ;
I
I our numbers in your erv. Office.! Mrs. E. R. Simmons!
suffered on thanksgiving Day, Mrs. Ruby Dyal of Gainesville, Spring. The Rowcs will be seem to be the same as (he
book) heads a committee planning a
phone the spent Tuesday In Jacksonville, ones from the first expedition
'W.P. (Coon) Wilson, of Lake kept smiling and :ilrjctlng doing some Christmas shop Christmas' party for a Sunland greatly missed by their many maybe some natives up (here.
ana are
: we
luncheon
Brooklyn, was a recent patientin program ping. cottage, with g'fts and refresh. ifrlends and neighbors. Joyce
Bradford County Hospital most!! grateful to her. ments included.: Mrs. Colemanwill has been a devoted official of

'-' i-t;! where he underwent major 'CHRISTMAS:: : LUNCHEON The Melrose HomemakersClub collect food for the Christ /the PTA and:! has unselfishly-
.;. 'ISM ;."" Following his The annual covered dish contributed both her time and
surgery. opera-
met at the home of Mrs. mas baskets at the next meetIng Can
\ EXPERT tion, he and Mrs. Wilson flewto luncheon of all circles will be Margaret Bobbins for the reg- of the club and 'also In good cheer. During her absence you DIRECTORYBEAUTY

Ft. Croix for a holiday visIt held December 15, followed bya please direct all news!
ular December meeting and annual Robinson's and Fora's: grocery all
I I Tree Surgery with their son-in-law and Christmas projram under Christmas Party. Home (\at ores. items to 475-5041. eat day '

I Tn.R.m.vgiIIt. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie the direction of M-s. Albert made Christmas gifts were exchanged DUPLICATE BRIDGE J3HOP
and still loseweight
I .. ..foodnt Whi taker. Bachmann. The various circles among the members. Winners of Duplicate Bridge Second Lt. Stanley A. Rising!

: Pruning will get together afterward; In of Mr. ana Mrs. Stan- KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Last-minute plans were made Jr., son
.
were: first place, Mrs. F. S.
D..M.ngj Robert Meddick, of North ?
separate groups ar.d hold a A. Rising of Melrose has
for the Christmas Bazaar, ley
Slump Grindnj Hubbard and Mrs. Paul John
j Stamford Conn., is visiting
Bracing ft Coblmg, short business meeting.Due which will be held at the club Second Mrs. A. V. 'been'' awarded- the U. S. Air SHOP
Butch Fox and family. Robert son. place,
to the holidays Mrs. in this Saturday silver wings upon
Cavity Rvpair and Butch were close friends house Melrose Bannister and Mrs. C. W. Har Force pilot KDITH JOHNSON.' OWBCT
Roy Turknett has asked Execu- The Homemakers Club Is ,graduation from Williams AFB,
EVERY JOBCompletely during their tour of duty In hold dy. Third place a tie existed Personal Mkl. Creative Hair Itn.N : -
tive Board members to also Bake Sale at
having a
Intuicd Vietnam. Following a stay in between Mrs Paley Boyd: Mrs. Xverr rom of Bssiy
I their regular December meet- the U.S. Post Office In Mel- Ariz.Our 0Il1ure .
Samfo; South Florida, Robert will return John strawn Mrs. Robert Clare
deepest sympathies are
Paymt| Plan. Ing en Friday, Dec. 19. 'instead: rose on the same day. .
I Av.I.bl.SAPP'S. to Keystone for another cf the regular t'rrhe on the 22nd. and Mrs. S. P. Sash of!. Fourth extended:I to the family of Mrs.

visit with Butch before return- place, Mrs. Mary Cook, and Edna Menge Hamlyn, who
Th'sis approved.: Christmas Is coming on fast pass. \ i9ht'MItche BUILDING MATERIAL
Ing home for the holidays. Miss !
d EASTERN STAR and Leeon has a little story Iva Hlllver. ed away at a nursing home in HARDWARE

,.-,., HUISUR&6ON5 Robert Hayes was released On Tuesday,. Dec. 16. the that might bring back some HERE 'N THERE Galnesvll1e"ecently.. Is Ready For You
Country western music
703)NW,6th Si. from Bradford County Hospitalon Eastern Star Chapter will entertain fond memories. Hope you en- and Mrs. c. W. Durbin :while BROOKLYN

&' \ .. 376.176A ,. Tuesday following, a recent the Grand Officers of Joy It . fans will be interested in infor- looking over cattle the
some on
-p. ( _i.: )IESiiE! ::I Illness. All reports indicate 'the Grand Jurisdiction: of Flor- mation State Jamboree concerning which the Orange be Durbin ranch, 'was bumped and Every Tues., 7 pni SUPPLY: HOUSELumber

that he is feeling much better. covered! dish at may :Plywood Builder'
ida at a supper thrown into the air "by a cow. *
LEEON'S CORRNERChristmas attended the 1st and 3rd;j Sat- Keystone HeightsSt.
.
6:30: in the Ma,one) Hall. The Her fall broken by the Hardware Roofing Sheetroek -
---------- -- was
will Is A-Coming urdays of each month at 8 p.m. Anne's Parish House .
regular chapter meeting Paneling Paints InraUtloa
cow's back, which she struck
at the Town In .
!be held at 8 p.m.' when 'these HaH Micanopy.The with her shoulder. She was' not I Ph. 473-3163: 473-3151 Tool Kllectrlcal A PlurabUf

visiting dignitaries will be hon- Christmas Is a-coming, entertainment consists of 'badly hurt. Supplies.

ored. Worthy Matron Grac3 ICs Just around the block. four or five groups. No electrical Hwy. 11 N. of Keystone 473-4884

Keeth. and Worthy Patron VIncent Vhd before too much longer, Instruments! are used
and th's! Is referred to Blue
Keeth will preside. The on the door, as

_ ,.. ,i., 1'. program committee! will be under We'll hear ole Santa knock. Grass music. The groupS are W & D TRACTOR SALES i CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
composed ,
the direction! of Mrs. Vera of four Individuals;

Owrbey ard'Mrs. P.ady Gllrle. "With all that smog and stuff two guitars, banjo and fiddle.! .

: Your chimney's stopped up The Suwannee Valley Boys will CONCnETB! PRODUCTS
PERSONALS
-1r Mr. 'and Mrs. Louis Kyle tight. :be appearing, featurng!' Linda Box 75 LaCrosse Fla. Ph. Alachua 4622628 CALL OR SEE

have as recent guests Mr. And if I try to get through" Price as vocalist for this group.A OLIVER TRACTORS Edward's Building

of Why I'll be here all night. going away party !was gIVen '
Kyle's brother, !Merrill Kyle 10 DIFFERENT SIZES Supply Inc. .
Washington D. C., and Dr. and at Melrose Elementary ,
So Papa let Santa in, School In honor of the intern' Implements Sidewinder :Mowers, Holland' 728 S I. MAIN 372-4M4

C11 Mrs. E. J. Kyle, formerly: of And helped him spread out the teachers. Patty Shaughnessy TrRn planters, Cole! Planters, John Gainesville, Florida
E Lake Georg?, N. Y., who recent -
purchased! a summer toys. will be leaving Mrs. Benson's Combine and Hay EqulomenfBlue
development lie and Santa put out much Joy, first grade class: Judy Lack
retirement NURSERY
home In a new -
little and
For his girls boys. Sharon Hayes' kindergartenclass
Lakewood, N. J. Ezee Flow and Others' ,*

They were en, their! !way to Now Santa gave Papa a lounge Bennett's and fifth Lynn Shapiro Kay O.C. Carnes Nursery

Clearwater where they will chair, The Melrose grade class. .TRACTOR. REPAIRS oajj' J \lq.;' & MODELS.
of
Post Office will Thousands pJant.sFruIt
make their winter home.Goron And for Mama he brought
be
: Purdy, former manager pretty clothes. again decorated for Christmas! Calvin C. Williams and Raymond Trees-Shade Trees
this Dyal
year by the students
of Park-of-the-Palmi! and! Then Santa's belly starts to of Evergreens
Melrose
owner cf Camp-of-the-Wo3s: in jiggle class will Elementary. Each Camellias & Azaleas

New York State: arrived in his As he watches as their happy contribute :IndIvidually -
to the MOST ALL IN CANS
project.All .
private plane recently on a visit face glows.
and business: school children attending! PLANT ANY TIME -

What Place Could be Safer Friends! were surprised to see When Johnny got'up, there'shis Melrose Elementary! required KE'ISTONEDRIVEIN Beautiful Roses -
to
Mrs. Charles WaUenlus back In bike, bring 50 cents to their LandscapingPhone

To Keep Valuables than a Bank -- town last week for "a peek" at The one he's wanted so bad. respective classrooms. Part of .

the Bazaar and to show p'c-! And there's all those special. the money will be used for refreshments 659-2165

OUR BANK tures of the "wsdJlng:! of her toys, and the remainder 23 MI. S. S. of Starke onHwyQ9at,1orahom.
for
gifts.
granddaughter, Helen Lambert, lie has wished all year that

At Our Hank there i is a Safely Deposit Box: in a in Atlanta last month. Helen he had. Saturday, Dec. 20, a irym- .

I size to fit your need. Rest assured that Your was the "!"sweetheart1' many- kana will be held at the Waldo FRIDAY-SATURDAY DEC! 12-13 ,----t:::

Valuables are completely Safe vtli n leave Community Church members: But Johnny suddenly awakes!! Road Horse Show grounds In
: you 'Cause his little dog Patch is Gainesville. S. E. McKAY, REALTOR
The
All entrants must deadliest gamble ever dared!
them in Our Modern Vaults. !when she lived here, and underwent -
always licking on him. !be 4-H Horse Tub memb:!". APPRAISAL SERVICE!
major
surgery,
His little heart breaks, as he This is a marvelous! opportunIty Mortgage Broker
KEYSTONE STATE BANK with a smile looks at the clock, for rural HEU'S'QQ
youngsters
:Mrs. Arthur Bralnerd alsoa to learn I Notary Public
"Oh no! It's Just seven p.m. first hand Dd
beloved member: of the Com- what 4-H is all ANGELS OREN HOUSE: DEC; 13
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. about. Twenty-flv3 classes are _
munlLy Church and new a resident COME
4 scheduled TO SEE) US YOCMrt. N..L

: "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly of the Met) ojht home! for at 9:30: for the day beginning TOM STERN JEREMY SLATECOLOR'':."::'

: Community." retired fol'c: ,ln Jacksonville, Catherine Murphy, also residents The a.m. .. ..".".. .',..."",,, ....... II Melba. Ilin, Associate ,
from this endeavor
brought messages of cheer of the home and former profit 19&9 Am...'u.l lnt.rn.tK>..,l Picture* Keystone Office 473-48U
V will be used to the club
paint
frcm Mr. Rhinehirt ard Mrs. Keystoners. I Home 473-4740 473-4811
building.: The December meet-


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overseas with the Rainbow L) ncmung.; Memorization. !was by

vision Fisli:!: Artillery' ,cremation.
Library Fund Contributors I Surviving are his wife, Mrs.

s .t., Memorial services were held Eula M. Edwards.: Kingslay
at 9:30: .a.m. Wednesday in. Lake; one son, Lt. Col. Wm. H. Dowlings Produce

As of n son Tuesday the following Loan Assn.. Charley E. Johns in order that it may complete Hardage & Sons Chapel Bland- Edwards: Sr., Washington, u.
individuals: and organization Agency, Mitchell's Drug Store. collection of fund. for purchaseof ling Boulevard Jacksonvllls, C.; one torothtr, Milton Edwards -
h ad contributed to the Noegel's Auto Sales. John and the land.A ''With Rev. Don Denton pastorof Lakeland; a sister, Mrs.
Bradford County Library Fund Lee Sanders Starke Rotary tentative date of December GraCe Methodist Lawtey, of- I Mable Altman, Tampa; and U. S. 301 SOUTH
The list of donors and their Club State Farm Insurance 18 has been set for the consulting three IgTandchUdren.,

category of contribution is as (Merritt Williams>' Stump's engineer of the Florida 1 -- .
follows: Dept. Store. Judge George L. Division of Libaries to appearin

Patron: .DeWitt C. Jones Services Patten, Torode OH Co., Wo Starke and meet with agroupto Biggest-Best-Sweetest-$
Inc.; Florida Bank at man's Club of Starke WPXE explain the next step toward SCOTT'SMobile
Starke. Radio. building the new library facil

Sustainin g Contributor: American Contributor: Bradford County ity.
L sgion, Baldwin Chev Hospital Auxiliary Bulling-
rolet-Olds, Dr. A.J. Barry, ton's Studio & Gift Shop, Mrs. Home SalesSPECIAL CITRUS CROP EVER
Starke BFiV Club, City of Thelma Dinkins J.D. and Mil-
lawtey, ommunity Bank of dred Doyle. Lenore C. Foster. Hal Edwards
Starke 1st Federal Savings & Goodman's Gulf Service, Greater GREAT FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
;
Starke Christian Fellowship,
I Marguerite Hall, Hampton Ele- Services HeldVedesday

mentary School PTA, Jackson
Building Supply, Jackson
Transfer Miss Mae Frances
Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Carl William Henry (Hal) Edwards .

Minx. Dr. T.G. Hitch, William Sr., 73 died Saturday
Sllcox, Slade Gas of Starke, in the Veterans Hosp.ial at r
Southern Discount Starke Gainesvllls after a series of

Builders Supplies, Starke Lions heart attacks, starting in No- .:
CHRISTMAS u
Club, Harold C. Wall, HaroldC. vemb:r. R
Ask *x Wall, Inc., Mrs. MauriceJ.
White, Woodman Circle '
The of the ate William
Judge Theron A. Yawn Jr. son
Charley: Associate Contributor: Nor- Henry ant: Bass Milton Edwards -

1 ma Jean Adams, Alpha Delta he was born at New
E. Kappa, C. C. Anderson T.H. River on Dec. 28, 1835. Until his
A Bement Jr.. Bradford-Union retirement several years' ago

Johns ., County Branch NAACP Kath- ie was engaged in timberland! ; HOLIDJW SPEC jJj i:
erine Chism, Marion L. Cros- management and the production .

by, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dell tf naval stores. 1970 60 ft. Long, 12 ft; Wide
About This Question: Desta Dyal Mr. and Mrs. An- NAVAL '

drew J. Eaves in, Henry Fa- to Law-
Edwards!
Mr. came BEDROOMS
3
merchant s shopping, to a ber; Mildred Fancher: Ann P tey In 1933, residing! there until $4.595

means a fully Farabce; Dr. P.G. Felos;.Mr. moving to Orange Park In ORANGES
stocked shore and extra and Mrs. Lonnie L. Fullwood; 1947. Since 1962 hs had lived: at DOl.GRAPEFRUIT.
Mrs. Virginia Gregg JamesA. OUR.LOW OVERHEAD MEANS
, risks. Does the CharleyE. ; Kingsley Lake. He was a member -
Griffin Raymond J. Guertin
;
Johns Agency providea William S.; Haas( ; Mrs. L.O. of the Episcopal Churchof SAVINGS FOR YOU!

free survey of my insurance Hazen; C.E. Hernwall; Dr LH Orange Park a former of,
Club
to adequately cover Jennings; Mr. and Mrs. R.H. member of the Lions

fire th eft business Jockel; Carlos Johnson; Mrs. Orange Park, American chairman Legion of Lo, PHONE 9M S7-'
Eunice Kelly; J.R. Kelly; Gov. and served as u.S. 301NORTH
interruption fidelity
Service
Claude Kirk; Dorothy and Joseph cal Beard 18 Selective
bonding: and liability for Kerrigan; Rnv. and Mrs. during Wcrld War H. He was a ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET
customer i of World War I. serving STARXElOBf
njuries7" Levy Lennon; Martha Sue Mc- veteran i i,
Cain; Buford G.Mc Kinney;Mrs. i I
Charley E. curtis A. Marlowe; Mr. and ,
Mrs. Francis Meng; Paul and -

JOHNS.. AGENCY Ruth Meng and family; Mt. Mo-
riah United Methodist Church; a aI' CARL BEGGS

131 &'. Walnut St. Capt. J.N. Myers; Walter Mur- .r I 1 1
Gulf Service
961-5070 phey; Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy;
Phone New Bethel Baptish Church; a USED PARTS

J.M. (Buck) Norman; Sidney Top Price for Wrecked CM

Parker; Lucille Payne; Phila- ____ _._ --L- =. 24 Hour Wrecker 0rrlo
--- --- ---
He buys' it Everett delphia Baptist H. Prescott Church; Vaughn; Mrs. ----o- Fuel Oil -

Prescott; "Public Donation"; WAlfTBD U wary PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaner reconditioned Vied Car -

Dolph E. Reddish; Mr.and Mrs.G. CLASSIFIED:: AD BATES workers, Kitchen aid, laborer $15 up. 10 different I George E. LaRue Hwy. Ml N. Waldo
.she Reed and Francesco Mar- *, cottage parents watch: ._ NEW AND USED name brands to choose from. I 4(8-198

.. tire; Harriet R. Richarde;Mrs. Urn !. 1* word ____- 1JM man, cooks and clerks, ground- SALES-P ARTS..sERVICE Parts it excellent repair all INSURANCE AGENCYAuto I
Leona M. Royal; T.H. Slade; (Mtalmnm charge) keeper, truck driverPl t Deep & Shallow Wells makes. Watson'j. Home of II Fir HomeownM EZERASE TYPEWRITER
loves it. F. Delano Thomas Pauline To-
; ; day week eight hour daj'. Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, Gaines PAPER, Mimeo Paper, Bond
It.xlh word M .01
rode; Mrs. Frances B. Wager; TV LIFE ft: ACCIDENT
.Ctatfl retirement, vacationsick Expert Service On vtll" 376-7110. tfchg"World's Paper Notebook Fillers. -
Elizabeth G. Walker Mr. and ;
; Slates charge U mat leave.If Interested plea' Keystone Heights 41l-48fl Bradford County Telegraph
Mrs. Lysle E. Williams, Karol : All Makes Easiest
--P@ _4 Ia advaae. ___ .u apply in person Person
Zacek. .. Plumbing ServicePhone :Method of
Other Contributors: Mrs. Manager, Sunland TrainIng 964-7061 ,r j
., 7ta.rr K.G. Duncan, Mrs. Walla Lip- Manorial*., __Iallo.. Center, Gainesville Ha." I Active Exercise"TheFabulous MEN! WANTED Men cottage
An equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP parents over ?1. Startingpay
,' sey Mrs. Maude E. Magee, : age r r rL rN
e A.W. Nichols; James K. Smith 1 cant pr word AND SUPPLY CO. $329 month, promotion o>nportunltles I
Terwlllegar Motors. tMi! and regular In-

The above list is exclusiveof CARDS OF THANKS SUPER INSURANCEAT lII I i creaips in pay. 8 hour day, 5
STICK Vinyl PlayLetters !
$2,2')8DATliUN( direct contributions to such REDUCED RATES day week sick leave, vacation.
fund-raising activities as bake 80 word or I*** --_- '.CO & Numbers for interto r. AUTO, FIRE BOAT state retirement. If Interested
and exterior! use. All .sizes, co
sales, record sales, TV tickets DOYLE E. CONNER r'le apply In Personnel
ae person
Bach: word over BO _. .., lors. Bradford County Telegraph For BomaDemonstration
etc. I. ; INSURANCE AGENCY Manager Sunland Training. Cen-
Mr. Parks has given the committee t. te'ur Call t<-r. O"ln<8lvlttoe. Fl.

a few days extensionGLASS OFFICIAL PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99. () .964-7839 An equal opportunity employer

Drive a Datsun.. .I I!hen! !. decide at: _...n...............................".................................,....................................... Open INSPECTION Dally 8 A.M.STATION- 5:30: P. M. to of $625.paper Take work.-Bradford the drudgery Court'r B A IRD tf chg L.
Except: Saturday 8.12 Noon ; J\.fnbilfl! lolnes DID YOU KNOW It's easy to
P.O.E. plus i tax, tag, local i tv Telegraph tl.
i own a Longchamp Home?
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.
HILL'S GARAGEKeystone NEW and USED
freight. D&JI. SEWING MACHINE Cleaned Better built for FOrMa liv ,
: File Folders. complete line office
GODDING) :::;?, :OR EVERY PURPOSE r t;; Height oiled and adjusted in your: 810.1' WideGafnesvale ing. Yow plum or ours siinDllec -The Telegraphphnnn
:::: :::: Telephone 473-4485 home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner. Your lot or ours Contact Bu- E
dFCLARK t!:;: Mirrors I::::' FOR repairs also. All work guaranteed. ., Good O'inlltv ford Mitchell, phone :C643853. ; 984-6305. R
RENT: TV sets, baby
;. :;, Dennis E. Cogglne. Phone I Reasonably Priced' P. O Box 338 Ptarke.
FOR EVERY PURPOSE j beds, eleo. guitars amplifier, 431-1428. tfchq t;!,! ... WANTED: Used Wrln r-Wul1-
refrigerators: day or week. DA- nalne"vllJ 7A-ETAS!' er. Will pay cash or take in
115 S. E. 2nd: StreetGAINESVILLE }I SHEA'S t Ir IrI : HMER'fl. 944-7923. tfchaliller ANTIQUES Come out and l !II..nleecl. Guaranteed and trade on Anything. DAIIM Rt'S. GAINESVILLES

see our large collection bottles,, Delivered! In Starke Area !W4-7923! tf.ehr
1[ GLASS CO. I 1 furniture, glass hardward. va., NO EXTRA COST I JIMMY MOORE'SSUN I ,B.: 2nd Are. &
riety of all kinds. We WILL BUY: Used Appliance.
'*: S72-4115 -J72-4JSJ Broign buy i and US 441 N. CSI)! NW nth SPORTS 2nd Street
Furniture TV'. Stereo, anything -
::: 1113 N.W. 4th Plac ::.. trade. Come out and browse, Gatne.vlne 378-278 I Near Post Office

I 378-2311 :::............................._.............fiainvtvlll_.............:..'_........................:./.......'....................,.............-:.:... l rlVolkswagen around., 2 Orlffla 1-2 miles Old north TradingPost. 01 f I MOORE YOUR BOAT MONEY rOB of value. DAR'MEH"II.SUPF.R ''Open 'Til.8 P.M.

Starke on US 301. Phone 964- ANTIQUES bought and sold STICK Vinyl Plastic
-z- .>: 7289. tfcJig furniture reflnlihed, upholsterIn Starke Ph. 484-8791 7sttss. nil sizes, colors Perm-

?. cabinet work antiques!! restored Complete Outboard St Stern '''snpnt for use on wood glass
City, Fish & Meat A. :J. Thomas Registered Real ", to original beauty Call Drive Service a"d Repair. ",...t'c.' pa".er. motel leather WANTED and LISTINGSOn Buyers
} j New & Used Estate Broker since 1953. Specializing C. E. Jackson nil West Mad- Complete Fiberglass Repair.C 'v.n'Y"'GIBradforc? County Homes Acreage
Sake Service in appraisals for estates loon !?t. PhonM.\ .! Broker 2117 N. Temple
Market corporate and individual
|l Ml. North of TWr( Mall owners Thirty years experiencein FAYFS' FABRICS -Fl"! .t qua!. Boats FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bedroom I Ph. 964-6609 Starke. Fla.
Ity dress drapery ut>holsteymaterial. !!
limits.J. .
GAINESVILLEFOR Florida Land Mailers. 205 N. trailer outside city
Under New Management Temple Ave., Starke, Fla., Tel. Not'ons mill ends:,!3UY, SELL TRADE: Used. B. White 964-6114. tfchar HOUSE FOR SALE Nice 3
seconds. Metal lOc to
9645701. U z'pp5 Furniture Appliances. Toy bedroom home as low as $100
Open Tuesday through Sunday :?Pc. Week ,'-"', 10 to 6; Fri- Tcoto.! Wlmberty's Trading Unfurnished!! house for rent. down-$79 a mo. No qualifying/:
SALE Concrete blockhouse dav, Satiirtlaw 10 to Sunday: Stove furnished. $75 month.
LABEL MAKERS, from Post 7434 Standing Blvd., per -We finance. Located one block
Closed-Monday ; 3 bedroom, 1 bath, central 99.99- Bradford County Tele- 1 to 6. 'On :?t01 'H miles North Jacksonville. UchC 315 N. Clark St. Pb. 964-5311 or W. of 301 on W, Davis St. Call
heat Jk air-conditioning. Corner of Wnldn :301. tf
raph. Ph. 964-63115. on tfchl 4734719. write Housing Development
or
PRICES GOOD EVERY DAY
lot Phone 864-5367. tfcftg
Orlando,
Corp. P. O. Box 7337.
I. FOR SALE 2 bedroom house SERVICE Small appliancesat
GRADE "A" furnished. 3 1.2 acres, high and Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. Fla. Area Code 3054244963.3tp .1218

ARS dry. on Hwy 16 at KingsLey Call St Phone 9645311. tfehr rMPER:

., Lake. Phone MARYCARTER
.' 5332977. tfehg
HAS ,; SHORT ORDER cook-male or FOR SALE-XMAS trees, Holly
FRYERSIb.39c EVERYTHINGSTARKE EXPERIENCED WAITRESS female. Call between hours of I --s nS' ,branches Cabbage plants. Ph.
wanted. Good 11-9 4733093. Good pay pleas- Mrs.
pay. Apply in person 964-5614. U. S. 301 South
U S. GOOD STEAK at Longhorn Restaurant U. ant working conditions. Key- 2A20! Waldo Road W. A. Stern. 2tp 12-12
stone Hg'ghN! area. Ztch* 12-11
S. 301
SOuth.
[, ttehg Gainesville 375-0891

T-BONE FOR SALE-Welch] pony gentle. Authorized Dealer :MUST SALE-30 Inch gas stove
[ PUBLIC NOTICE-
ROUND LB. > |- Phone 984-6818 WANTED Any child can ride. Trade or PAINTS "Starcraft"! "Dreamer" and dinette -set. Both new. $40.

95 C I Some one to assume paymentson sale. Also 30-30 rifle Phone! 964- "Wheel Camper" cash and take up payments of

SIRLOIN ., SINGER DIAL.-OMATIC SEW 5638 or see "M. L. Luke. Travel Trailers Truck $1 IS a month for Information
VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY. INC MACHINE In beautiful 2tp 12-11 Campers Fold Down rail 9647029.
:MASTER Add Machines with SALES SERVICE I
walnut console.
Must In
place WANTED -Male over 21 with FILING CABINETS Typewriter
subtraction. SPECIAL. this
3 DOZEN your area to a reliable party. chauffers license. Full time.Dixie Stands Desk, Chain.
month only, 6995. Ideal for
$1 4-5 Balance: now only $69.20. Phone WALLPAPER Bradford County
Poultry, 218 E. Washing- Safe -
home or light office work.- 353-1946. Jacksonville COL. WANTED-Service station a-
LARGE EGGS Bradford County Telegraph, U LECT. Day or night ask for ton. Itchs ttendant. Apply In person Telegraph.
,
FOR- Wesley Lake. credit manager. Will deliver! TAXIDERMYRugsFLshBirdsGameheads Horn 11 Restaurant Lawtey.Itchar STARKE 301 NURSERY

U. S. GOOD New brick duplex 8&&rtmente. no obligation. Fla GIVE living plant for Christ-

RIB STEAK LB. 79c Phone 964-5391 or 9647788. Mer- 4tchg 12-25 ,Ghaz. Lundy Plaza-Lodge Mo- FOR SALE Pulpwood truck mas. Azaleas, 8 for $1.00.
-
ritt Williams. Uohg FOR SALE-62 Dodge elation tel Starke. Fla. ftp 12-25 nd saw $700 for both Christmas Cactus, Poinsettias

wagonV8 auto trans. -Po S. Carl J. Wilan 904-6691; 4tp 12-11 and many other exotic plants.
f rI U. S. GOODCHUCK I 4 Bed Room Frame Dwelling I PIANO IN STORAGE 1-1 Itchg
I t. c; -Po B. A. C.-radio l Si heater- WE MAKE
I 3-4 Acre of land paved street Beautiful sp) :netUu: >QGote stored
STEAK LB. 69c. and sidewalk, private water $200. PhO-ie 964 6512. 2tchg 'locally. Reported like new. Responsible FOR' SALE-Oerman Sheppard I For SALE-2 horse; with saddles

,. supply, cheap: electricity, ten party can take at big KEYS type puppies.! Ready Christmas. $200.DO-C. A. Morran-
MIMOSA
Rib and Brisket pecan trees, close to school. MANOR :saving on low down payment Phone 984-7497. 2tp 12-18 9645748. Zip
Stew LB. 39c MOBILE HOME PARK
-
Offered at reasonable price with balance. Write Joplin Piano,
SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR
rraJlera and Spaces For Rent FOR SALE-New ti used Home-
terms and Cheap interest. A. J. .Box 6096, Jacksonvlle, Fla. CHRISTMAS
Phone 9647498. tfchg1"OR list Chain saws. Cah Discount:
FRESH SHRIMP LB. $1'.49"; Thomas Realtor, Tel. 964-5701. 32205. ltp FOR SALE Used Dix Therm prices or easy Terms. Joe'aSaw Beautiful: Blonde Cocker puppy
J SALE-62 Ford Van $385. circulating\ heater Good con- Shop 301 South. Phone 964- for sale. Registered-AKC::-
FOR SALE Console' TV, like
SEWING :MACHINES -
good condition. Virgil Hedken dition. Phone 964-6575. 7580. 12-11 4tp 1-1 Papers. 3 months old wormed
largest *el ctloo* from which J U. 1 Box 385 Lawte,., Fla. new; $100 each. Phone 964- 541. an shots. Male or Female-$60.

OYSTERSSELECT to chooe. Pfaff. Necchl Nelco. 82-3061.. 2tchff 10-12 2tP 12.18 FOR SALE-1968 Custom 10 ft. For sale-.Pony 2V4 years old Call alter 4:30: P.M. 964-5485,
New Horn, ft TJ&lveml. truck camper. Sleeps five. 3 Gentle $40. Good Portable sewing Len Register Jr. 504 E. AdkuH
STANDARD APPALACHICOLA REPAIR!: ALL MAXES. LIVESTOCK FOR SALE FOR SALEAKC Registeredtoy Burner Gas stove Ice Box; machine $4$. Ph. 473-3159. St. Starke ItS).
National Sowing 8 I: REGISTERED Polled Here- Poodles 6 weeks old. $900. R. P. Hall. Ph. 473-3152 It
STANDARD PT. - 1.39 ford Bulls 7 mo. to 21 mo. Fine Phone 964-5508 Itp after 6pm. 2tchg 12.11' IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
Machine Co. ,ock. Will make good herd FOR RENT Furnished apart we'll ret I Ii for yea Office
SELECT PT. . $ lulls. $150 to $250. Ashland. LEGAL FORMS. Bradford PAYROLL ENVELOPES. ments. Also house for ale in Supplier, Furniture, Equip
til W. UlTnlty AT*. J7S-115S lanch, Melrose, phone 475-5561 Coun'y Telegraph. Ph.I' Bradford County Telegraph. country. Small down payment.W. ment. Bradford County

2tp .12-18 964-6305. Ph 964- 303. j H. Nollman. tfchs Telegraph.

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