Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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A committee to work

lax ManSought with Architect Don Mor-
a Acts To Relocate
QR gan to make plans for a

c uuHrY I 18RARYof new "qty, hall complex has

i L,.:. 1 liS TDRY Sewer Lines On SR16Bids Proposal appointed.to be under

study is for a city govern-

ment complex to include a

on relocation of sewer faction, for the Bradford Hospital :ity hall, city jail, an a

lines on SR-16 in preparation! Auxiliary. The group now new library. All three

A Jacksonville! man, Orie An for widening that highway has quarters in the old court-
4 woud 1 be located the
house In the former offices on
drews. 30, is being sought by will be asked toy the city
Bradford authorities'!! for the : Sarkeit: was decided: Tuesday (Continued on Page ) present city hall site, according -

shooting Sunday Dec.!! 14, of night. to the proposal

John Clifton Rosier. Marvin Wicker, engineer for Tuesday nirfit by .City. I
A Ay Reynolds Smith, and Hills' of Councilman P. T. Nolin.

Rosier was shot in the right ."4i Jacksonville, said his firm Is
arm with a .12-guage shotgun ready to call for bids. Wicker Committee to work with Morgan

loaded with buckshot, according said! 'if the 'bids are let now re. lsout'4 ,, Is Nolln, Counclman Jimmy

to the Bradford) Sheriff's location of the lines can be Bowen Mayor Carl Hurst!, ,

office. He has been!! transferred completed:: before the State lets and Clerk Merrill!! Edwards:! : The I

from Starke to Vie University r the paving and widening contract architect ,was invited to the

of Florida Medical Center for I ti next February.At meeting by Councilman Bowen.

treatment!! but is not 'expected' i(f Wicker's suggestion, the Initial problem will be to
to lose the to work out apace: requirements of
arm according bids will be opened!! at the Feb. 4
Deputy Dolph Reddish:! investigating 3 meeting of the Council. each city department. It was
officer.A 1 '" suggested by Morgan that all
o In other action !" 'I
functions be !included
city possible
warrant charging Andrews !. Jimmy McRae asked the .,,,,.tq.u+' the for
in new complex
r. x
with assault with! intent! to w Streets Committee to be responsibly 'i convenience to the public but
.7 for getting prices on pav- I
murder has been signed by
connected with the city
ing Estelle Street in Reno!! and ,nobody
Deputy Reddish, Bond has been
Eeemed Tues.',ay night to have
Polk which between
set at $10,000 by County JudgeT.
A. Yawn. Pratt and Adkins Streets !In much of an idea of how
space they will. need.
west Starke.
The shooting took place In been It was also suggested!! by
.., ,,, Both Jobs have budgeted
,the woods:! near Rosler's! homeIn Y LrYI-o- r r w ,4?'.x.wW.. ,Y wrMiM, r by thai Council, but the Bradford Civil Defense Director
the Rosier settlement northeast Frank. Williams that the build!
to wait untila
New Courthouse Council decided
Dedication of Sunday
Scene At
Impressive ins, like the new county courthouse -
of Lawtey at New River. paving company ia. workingin
According to Deputy Reddish, ,the immediate area in hopesof Clark Killed be constructed: as a fall-

the two friends!! left Hosier's In Ceremonies Sunday getting a. good price. Councilman out shelter.

home together on Rosler's trac Jimmy Bowen heads the: At the same ''time the Council

tor and trailer to gather fire Streets CommIttee Vietnam was making! plans to use property

wood They carried! their guns Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis It already:! has available: ,

in case they saw a deer Red- Courthouse Dedicated"This said there are several problems: !! Speciallst-4 Arthur Boyd it also gave the Bradford Library

dish said. concerning utilities: that: must Clark, 25, of Starke was killed: Board $2,500 toward; purchase -
of the Parks property,
The shooting took place ina be worked out before Estelle In acton! in Vietnam on Decem from 'the present city
Street can be paved. ber 11 while serving with Co. across
Florida Rosler's State Prison pasture Is a great day for The Legion[ also condcuted missioner[ of Agriculture Doyle cult Court for 16 years, was Polk is about 600 feet!! long C. 1st Bn., 27lh. Infantry, 23 hall site, for a future library.
near home, the deputy all of its dedication ceremonies for a Conner, and Commission Bowen and Councilman Nrll
Bradford County and honored in a resolution by the and Estelle is about 1,050 feet Division.
ule!. After the Incident, An citizens." marble memorial, placed at Chairman Shuford, who wel- County Commission. In another the Tucker voted against the donation
long Davis said.: They are The family was notified on
drews apparently returned to The opening sentence of Cir- the base of the flag pole, in comed those attending the cere- tribute to the former clerk, only two city streets in the bud- December 13 that Specialist but Chairman JimmyMc.

Jacksonville. cuit Judge George L. Patten's memory of the veterans of all monies. Charles E. Reese, representing a large oak tree in frontof get to be paved. Clark's 'body was enroule from Rae voted with Councllmen: : Ni>-

There is no known reason dedicatory address set the tone wars. A.L. Crosby Jr., Ser- the Starke Ministerial the new courthouse was officially Davis also told the Council Vietnam, but no further details lln and Orle Wiggins for the
held here Sun- vice Officer of Post 56, said Alliance, brought the invocation Oak"because donation.Mrs. .
tor the shooting. Deputy Reddish for ceremonies named the"Darby that the foundation of portionsof have been receive! Funeral
said Tuesday, Dec 1C. day afternoon marking the completion "I dedicate this monument to and pronounced the of his efforts to save Orange Street are eroding arrangements have .not been John Saunders and Dr
of Bradford County'snew them, and with it let us dedi- benediction. !it from being removed when should be Flossie Jjnnlngs, library board
and that the street announced.
$750,000 courthouse facility cate our lives to the faithful Former Commissioners Jer- the courthouse site was pre- members present at the meet-
topped when the paving !is Clark is reported to have
; on *vorth Temple Avenue. service of our country, and ome Johns and George W. pared. In* salt they prefer a separate
Electric ,
Well -with 11 I ethermembers
done. been kille-J.: along
Praised as the first local this monument to the preser- Roberts were introduce*t libel Following the address by library building. Placing the library
government structure to be built vation of the memory of those commended for their part !In Judge Patten, a ribbon cutting Fair Association President of hs! unit when they in the proposed complex: ,
Moves Into the early planning of the court- Frank Williams sal: bids on encountered a booby trap laid
with fallout protection throughout who died that liberty might ceremony was held, and tours they said, might! Jeopardize .h'?
the Bradford Commission live." house, and the architect, Frank conducted through the now pavln at the fairgrounds! have by enemy forces. possibility the chances of get
George, of Palatka, was also been let and that work will A native of Starke. Specialist
New Building received citations from Civil Other speakers, who were building. Staff members were ting Federal funs;! for) the! new-
Defense officials at the state Introduced by County Judge recognized.In on hand in each office to wel- begin there early next year. Clark attended!! school here and library. Dr. Jennings said she

Wells Electric Appliancs Sales and national levels in recognition T.A. Yawn, included State Sen- a special memorial, the come visitors and explain the The Council also: was! employed! in a Jacksonville has hearJ talk of a city complex

& Service opened this ,week!! in of "this outstanding ex- ator Bob Saunders, State Representative late Charles A. Darby who facilities. -Approved Supt. Davis' requestto cabinet! shop before entering for 20 years and doss nit

its new $30,000 home on U. S. ample of civil defense responsibility Gene Shaw, Com- served as Clerk of the Cir- call for bid! on a new truck 'the service last' January. He want to hurt the chance: of jet

:301 one-half miles south of at the county level of and ladder equipment for use received!! :! basic training at Fort flog' a new lIbruy.Councilman : .

Starke: city limits government." The courthouse !in 'working on power lines. Banning. Ga. and was sent to N lfn !said! Woos( *
would provide fallout protection Granted a curfew extensionfor Vietnam last June.
to the site !is the: primary requisite
The new 4,400 square foot for 2,618 persons in time[ teenagers to attend a New Clark Is suiviv 'd by his wife the
building will house Wells Else- of emergency.A Year's Eve dance at ,the ,new Alice; three children. Serena for approval by asked
Board. He
trio Service: which is owned:! solemn note was struckby !. Armory to be sponsored by Faye Sheldon Boyd and Sam State Library
Dr. Jennings if the present!! city
and operated by Wayne Ken Judge Patten in his closing Twin-Star Productions of Jack- uel Shawn and his mother. ,
hall site would not be a*' acceptable -
ny, and the Appliance Sales!! & remarks when he warned of t sonville. The extension grantedwas Mrs. Mora Clark, all of 400 S.
Service will be operated!! by M ". voices In the state which e from midnight >to 12:30: Water Street Starke. Also nur- to( the state board as

C. Bubba> Wells, handling a are getting louder and more vlvingl are two brothers and the Parks property.!!

complete line of Whirlpool major vociferous, criticizing the } .. G a.m.Agreed to have city; employees five sisters. "Yes"!' it would in some
of in ; .ways: Dr. Jennings: replied
appliances. operation government assist the Junior Woman'sClub
some of our small counties. in painting and placing "But it would:! work much bet-

Mr. Kenny, who has owned There are those who would .'1 trash cans around the city. Trial Term ter in a separate building"

Wells Electric Service since relegate this beautiful build- -Okayed Sup! Davis' requestto Architect Morgan estimatedthe :

February. 1969, is a graduate ing to a mere out-post In a spend $200 to send two men square foot cost of the proposed

of the University of Florida in consolidated county govern- to a gas training school in Ends HereFour building at $15 for the

business administration! and:: mental structure,"he declared. Sanford to be sponsored by city hall. The jail, which wouldbe

the electrical field Mr. Wells "These voices are not unheard the Natural Gas Associationand the most! expensive would

has had 44 years experience In in our legislative[ cham- Florida Gas Trans cost from $25-30 per !square foot
the electrical field! in Jackson bers," Judge Patten warned, missions. The men will attend days of county and circuit he sail Adding an additional:

villa and Starke. He operated and the people of Bradford sometime between January court action! here drew to 7,000 fast!! for the lib-ary if thatis

Wells Electric Service! here for County must face up to the t and June, Davis said. a close last Thursday, Dec. 11, ( included In the complex

22 years before selling to Mr. fact that unless we cause unity -Granted a loading( on Tem- with four county court cases. would probably reduce the cost

Kenny last February. and desire to come together Judge George L. Patten delivers dedicatory address in front of the ple Avenue, if the Departmentof Both courtrooms !in the nw of! the conventional part of the

and examine our coun- new courthouse Sunday afternoon. Transportation has no ob- courthouse were in use simultaneously structure to around $13 per

The grand opening in the new ty and local government to obtain -- _. for the first timein square toot, Morgan said
building has been tentativelyset a more meaningful a hectic week; of trails and Morgan estimates the cityhall

for Saturday. Jan. 3, at relationship[ with our citizens Board In Middle pleadings. would requirs: at ]least 2.-

which time a number of valu- and our government, we could County Judge Theron A. 500 squire felt with: an equal

able prizes will be given away. well be faced with the pros- Yawn ordered: Mrs. Hugh W. amount for the }jail utility and
pect of being melted into an Paul to make restitution and offices. The 7,000 for
unrecognizable mass govern- County Seeks To Keep pay $16 court costs on a worth the library plus storag, facilities

mental structure comprised[ of less check charge wouli:! run the square footage -
many counties. On motion by Mr! Paul's attorneY to around 15,000, he esti
Womenof He suggested that this dan- Gerald Bennett! of Gain mated.

ger be combatted" .with esville the }judge withheld adjudication estimates of a cost figure '
St. Mark'sFlea Only
a new meaning, a new desireto } of guilt pending: Tuesday night were: simply

MarketFri. strengthen, streamline, and Palm Trees On US301south compliance with the o:der. Buessss! on the part of officials

and support to our county government, Tommy Hardy, charged with but ranged from $250,000 to
seek modi-
sincerely 10
., Sat. Dec. 19, 20 it reckless driving pled gully: in 500000.
fy where
changes are legitimately
Old Pixie ShopW. County Court and was fined asking for the library pro
she In
and five ago. But
rationallyneede.1. The prospect of removal of gin removing the tress last night years $101. Another charge, attempt. Sander:
Call St. This can be said, "the state will turn Its party donation Mrs.
purpose accom- sili she and Mrs.
decoratingthe Mrs. Capps
the trees
palm now week County Agent George: : Ing to flee from a police officer Council that 119 dona-
plished, Judge Patten said back long it can. toll: the
median strip of US-301 Hugglns toll: the Board, but he Anna Felos worked closely with as as was dropped:! by the State.A ben resolved to .dats:! ,
through the new Home{ Rule The old State Road: Depart ;ions had
north and south of Starks and the DOT five years ago in/ the
Hot Coffee & Tea : called District! Engineer Jim charge of leaving the scene L'briry Bulliingommitee
powers recently to Flo- DOT) rpent wt that the
granted ment (now the
Danish Pasteriea the dealre by the County Commission Ward In Lake:: City: and got the planting of the last of the of an accident: against William still $3.500 short
rida counties. thousands of -dollars on highway ;:: : was
to secure 20 of ,them trees on US-301 south: of Starkeas dismissed
A certificate of postponement pending action at T, Brand was also its goal. The city'slonation
commendationwas beaut'tlcatlon projects} over '1 reaching
for the new courthouse has the Board meeting Monday a highway beautlficatlonproject. by Prosecutor Gene Shaw
presented to the Commission cut that to 1000.
the state, Mrs. Capps said add
the Board in the She askeJ: the Board to
caught pro In the last Circuit Court action said his!
by Harris M. Acting Bowen
Pope ing she believes the DOT will Councilman!
verbial middle. Intercede now with the DOT to last Wednesday:! Dec. 10,
CourthouseConerstone Director of Region ni Civil not move to dismantle those original idea was for a complexto
Board members spent the latter Cornerstone retain the trees as long as pos

Defense Jerome Carter was found Innocent
Thomasville government
Ga., anda toeautlflcatlon: projects} until it house the city
Distinguished Service Award part of Monday night's mid- CeremonySet sible. of charges of attempted library and Chamber of Commerce
was presented by Col. G. L" month meeting in an attempt After much discussion as to must. robbery last July 16 at a store Bowen's point Is that

CeremonyFriday Robinson, State Director of the to keep out of Mrs. Claire For FridayBradford the course( !! to take the Board (Continued on Page Four) in Lawty ownsd:! and operatedby the city is now contributing: to

Department of Capps dog house, voted unanimously to haveMrs. H. C. Christensen
Emergency Gov- of both the library
2 P.M. ernment, Jacksonville Ben I. Stating the palms have "done will County's be placed"time in capsule" the Virginia Darby deputy News Needed F. C. Adklnson Jr. was found iths and! supoort Chamber. Those funds:! ,

Waller, president of the Florida more than anything"" to make clerk .phone Engineer! Ward Next Week guilty in trial by Jury of forgIng Chamber Those funs:! he
cornerstone of the new courthouse Early and:
Contributed Civil Defense Association, Ocala motorists notice Bradford County Tuesday morning. Mrs. Darby and passing a check. He the new complex
In ceremonies set for used to finance
Space presented the board witha Mrs. Capps appealed:! to the/ 2 A sealed metal was instructed to say that the For TelegraphDue was sentenced by Circuit Judge: pointed out the city
p.m. Friday. Hj
1 Publicize
to framed citation commending Board to fight to keep them on to be embedded in Board would prefer that the George L. Patten to five yearson !! 'now are toeing
cylinder, contributions
Commuinty Events by its leadership in the Civil Defense the highway as long as pos. the cornerstone, will contain palm trees remain on the highway to the fact that The Tele, each count to be served con spent by bc'th the library and

field. The awards were sible. historical documents pertaining but if they are to be tak -graph's regular publication date currently. Chamber largely for housing

received by Dave L. Shuford, The tree may be removed by to Bradford County, photo- en up to ask that 20 of the ire;s falls on Christmas Day the John David Green was sentenced -- And utilities.

The CommunityState chairman The of the board. the Florida Departmentof graphs of the dedication ceremonies ,Abe given for use Inlandscaplng paper 'will be printed a day to five years in prison Bowen said he simply; could
ceremonies were opened Transportation! under a Federal the new courthouse site. A letter week. after his conviction on chargesof
Bank with the a Centennial issue of earlier next not vote ti> give $2,500 for a library
Played by the National Anthem, law prohibiting the planting of The Bradford County Tele- was to follow the phone All correspondents, church robbery! Ths court allowedthe when the city Is already
Accounts now Insuredup School Band and High any tree with a trunk diameterof graph, and other selected items. call. and club publ'clty'! chairmen three months: : the ':defendant! spending money on the library
ing a Hag-rais more than three inches on The cornerstone ceremony Mrs. Capps said the federal columlnlsts: and:! others with has spent in county jail to bs that !b ant is of no ben.
to $15,000 by American ceremony was conducted by a U. S. highway! right-of-way, will be conducted by Carver law prohibiting the planting of news items for that issue are deducted from the live years. lone provide

Federal Deposit Insurance Legion by a Color Post 56, accompanied Commlsloner Ralph Bryan said< Webb, Grand Master of Florida trees on U. S. hijrnrays: ; has urged to get them Into our On motion by the State, the fit'lousing.except to

Corp. from the Florida National Guard the DOT has told him. Masons, assisted by mem- 'been in effect since right after hands as soon as possible, and court dropped worthless check templh"
,Guard. The DOT had started:! to ba :!- bers of Bradford Lodge. the Palma: were planted on 301 not later than Mona"v. charges against Levi Williams. Continued on Pace '"


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Mrs. Tom Slade Jr. .,
To Y'
Interest ..

r/ WOMEN. At Is Honor Luncheon, Guest i #! I

Mrs. Tom Slade Jr. of Jack rIse .".
sonville was honored at a
luncheon last in the
Gladys Mooty: Phone 9647608BarksdaleO'Brian ..r -.r. Pecan Room cf the Garden ,..
Restaurant given by Mrs. T. H. i,
Slade Sr. and: Mrs. Charles !!"'
Christmas Tea Garden Club Sawyer I 111t

For New MembersOf Meeting Held The head table was centered
with a red and white .
arrange.j i 11 11'c
Woman's ClubThe
The Starke Garden Club met ment of chrysanthemums, pam
Monday:! night at the home of '; poms and) carnations Interspersed -
Starke Woman's Club annual 'Mr, A, Russell Norman with Nfh with greenery sparkling!
Christmas tea honoringnew Mrs L. L. Fullwood, president 'With gold! glitter. The long side I I' ?
members was held Wed presiding.Mrs.: tables held garlands of gold ,
nesday Dec. 10, from 3:30 to R, F. Young, horticulture tinsel down the length with lit.;P ., 9,
5 o'clock in the club house. chairman, displayed: several tie choir boy statuettes placed I l '
Receiving members and their orchid plants with the j* .jj* p* # at intervals. Place cards handwritten :. :Ik 'I'.t.
3 I
guests in the lounge were Miss same blooms on them that in red and decorated E
Della Rosenberg, president were in bud at the Octcber .,... *- with holly marked the seating _'"_ fiat znd r :..

Mrs. Warren Winkler, first meeting featuring orchids. ;,. "..,;-- << *> v arrangement for the 54 guests.
vice-president; Mrs. Olin Mrs. Young end Mrs. Lundy:: Out-of-town guests were Mrs Fashion Show Aids Dimes Drive
White second vice- president; Prater were recently elected to Au xiliary; Tea George Johnson and Mis. John
Mrs. Fate Brown recording the board of directors: of the Hospital Whelchel of Jacksonville! Mrs. A Parade cf Fashions: for the dip bowl: was won bJa Oj::
secretary; Mrs. M.A. BaldwinJr. American in the Bradford Frank George of Palatka and brought a :
Orchid Society: Presiding at the tea table at County March of Dimes itln.Mo
.. treasurer; Mrs. Hazel Gainesville.The Mrs. Gary Carlln of Gaines large crowd:! t3 the Woman'sClub .lets for the eveningvsr; -
Hospital Auxiliary tea last Friday are (from left)
Bitch, corresponding secre-
hostess served seasonal ville. last Thursday night The Anita Green Banv! R dcf::li
tary; Mrs. Bill Chambers, refreshments after a gift plant 'Mrs. J. W. Ritch, president; Mrs. Smith DeVoe, and The hostesses presented the show was narrated by Mrs Suzanne Saw\'er, L'sa! Rdd\:YCI i:
president of the Strickland Woman'sClub exchange. Mrs. Olin White. honoree with a iron skillet and Tom Slaie: Jr (left, with Mrs Jana Godwin, Donna GUI?!
; Mrs. F.W. two of the Choir boy Christmas Erika: Grupn. ElIse Jolla
Robert D. Burch (center as
Little Women's Club The held in the conference
sponsor; tea was hospital room
decorations as memento of Gayle Shufoi.1!, LlnK! '
a (
coordinator: and Mrs\ Vernon :\\
Engagement ToldMr. and president Miss of the Cindy Little Strickland Women's, n from 8:30: to 3:30 p.m. honoring the hospital staff the occasion Reddish (right 1 as ticket sales Johns, Joanro SIMIsl: \'
Club. employees", and directors, and city and county chairman. Children! p'ctur?dare Reddish! Pearl Firkiiiu! : Va:
and Mrs Robert Barks- Also receiving were Mrs. Guy officials Lisa Reddish: and! Johnny aria Shufoi 1 1. Seven Sta' !LIir;
dale! announce the engagementcf Sale, membership chairman, Christmas Party Burch. who were among the Pearl Harrison Ruth V.riii: : I
their daughter, Barbara Sue. and new members: Mrs.Robert Duplicate Bridge Bridal For many moiels.Outfits : /priff. Ruth J" 'ilin. Bi II: :ire
to Sgt.: James P. O'Brian, son Burch :Mrs. Jack I la z en Mrs. Shower Young People : for the show were prOdej Reddish Ann Hill. BI'K: :MUT: ,)
of Mi- and Mrs Thomas R. O1Biian. J.T. Prevatt Mrs. C.t. Hill Mr # Winners NamedMr. For Sally MooreMiss At Crosby HomeA \'! by Eagle DeVane's. Lei Jackie Birch, Jjnnn Thomi
Mrs. John Myer and Mrs. De- 'la's, and Stump's Mrs L. A son. Evelyn, Thoin .nl1, N;'
A June wedding is planned. Witt Farabee. Each officer and and Mrs. John D, Mus- Sally Moore whose mar. Christmas party was held :;anova accompanied: the pir-: MeRj, Ricky Fr -kR,c'MChambeis ,',
The bride-elect Is a seniorat new member was presented witha sollne were east-west winnersat riage to Reginald Norman will at the home of Mrs. J. V. ide with piano background:! Biaitt Tu1,:,*." D,>v<
Christmas by Miss the Starke Duplicate Bridge McRae, and Johnny Buic-i: ,
Florida: State University corsage be an event of Dec. 20, was Crosby on Cypress Street Dec. music. ;
majoring In An Education. Rosenberg. Club tournament Tuesday night! complimented with a bridal 9, at 7 p,m. for Tommy Crosby The door prIze, a chap! and
The mantle In the lounge was of 39. and Mrs. ,. ... .
'WIth Mr.
Her finance! graduated! from t{ a score .shower Tuesday evening of last Curt Greene, and Leigh Ann ---- --
Florida Technical College and beautifully decorated with gar- Edward Wainwright were sec- week given by Mrs. Glen Hicks: Couey, presided over the buMn"s
is presently a computer operator pixies lands of holly red satin interspersed balls with and ond with 36.Northsouth. and Mrs Wayne McLeod at the Seventeen boys and girls Alpha Nu Chapter meeting Mrs, Thomas Nli
stationed at Egltn AFB. winners were home of Mrs. E. E. Thorntonon ages one through five, were in. presented a musical evottoi
red Holds Yule
Florida..: lighted tapers. Mr. and Mrs.. Clyde: B.Teiwilla- Kingsley Lake. vited to attend. All the children PartyAlpha and Mrs, L, A Canova presented !
Miss Martha Sue McCain
r" T!r ? < !, ? c.p>va of 43, MI's.H. .
a trnvjogue ui
The refreshment table was took par1 In decorating a.Chl'lstmas I.1I
hostess chairman greeted T, Dent and: Jim Fox of Key. Nu chapter of Delta ,
Appropriate carols A Wojl
guests and invited them into covered: with a Hallmark shower tree which will be }
Gamma honor
Kappa society
the sunroom for refreshments.The Miss Joyce AllenEngagement 41'i.SLune' : ha.gnus::: were second with cloth:> and! centered with a placed in the hall of the Chuichnurseiy. held its Christmas meeting :Fellowship! fund was colerJ"! <:

tea table, covered with an 511z bride doll. Ths gift table was Friday night in the Methodist
Overall winners at the
imoorted white linen cutwork Told centered with a bridal shower After refresments of Christ- church educational building! in Attending from Bradf-n'
tables In Mi', and
play were
cloth was centered with an parasol. Games with prizes mas cookies and: punch, the Macclenny.A County were MM Hal. :MI-
imported white linen cutwork Announcement is mad of the Mrs. Mussollne. were played during the even- children! sang songs: wh'le wait. large Christmas tree decor Nolin. Mrs Cal'o111'! <, \u]
of and The next meeting! cf the club ing !by the 40 Ing for Santa Claus to make lie Mae D lltOIl. Mrs ,
arrangement holly red engagement of Miss! Opal Joyce guests : ated the stage.. The tea table R R. An
carnations in silver will be Tuesday, Jan. 6. The hostesses the his All of the children crews Mrs
a epergne Allen to Robert Lex Johns. Miss presented !arpsaranoe.: was overlaid with a net overlaid Evelyn Hamv)
flanked by silver candelabra Allen is the daughter of Mr. honoree with a piece of her hal:! a special time ''with : with a net over a led linen MM. Larry! G.b: -on. Mrs: Mnti\
holding red tapers. Mrs. J.A. and Mrs. Errest: W, Allen of Little Women chosen chine pattern as a me- Santa and received a Chri't- cloth and centered with a min- reen paui Mrs. Wan-n W.nk,
Griffin, past president, served Starke and Mr Johns! it the mento of the occasion. mss sticking: : from him with iature Christmas tree. A silver ]er. Mrs. Phil!] Vallenri./ : Mrs!
spiced Christmas tea from a son of Mrs. MiUied:! Thrift: and ,set Holiday FormalThe ths.r: name on each out of his tea service was at one end of Marlon Payne :Miss' Dpllienbery Rs-
.a silver punch bowl. the late Mr. Thrift! of Mac Eagle Devane's big! red gift bag.! the table'and punch bowl at and Mrs T H, Sheppard -
Mrs J.O Gay music chairman ,
Parents of the children also
clenny Little! Women's Club the other end.
Christmas, provided music a backgroundof and Mrs. Miss Allen is a member of Christmas formal will be held Christmas Party enjoyed the party Mrs. W H, Hart, I president
the 1970 Bradford High School in - ---
Sherrod Hamilton kept the Monday, Dec. 22, ac 8 pm.
;1. guest book. graduation class where she is the club house with admissionby Eagle DeVane's departmentstore ;
The stage decorated by Mrs. a reporter for the D. C. T, club invitation only. held':!' their annual Christ
V.J. Spongier Junior Woman's and is employed.: part Lime at All members are reminded! to mas party Tuesday night! of
I .,\ Club sponsor depicted a living Bradford County Telegraph bring their donations! for the last week at the Edwin Williams [ HEADQUARTERSOPEN
:. room with a Christmastree Mr. Johns is a 1969 graduate Christmas basket to the club home on ChurCh Street
and decorated fireplace. Of Baker County High School house any afternoon this week Christmas decorations were
Seasonal decorations were used Macclenny. between the hours four and used !in the party rooms and
throughout the clubhouse. Wedding plans will! be an. five o'clock. gifts were exchanged) following

Gail Boatwright ToWed nounced later. the buffet dinner. FOR
Mr. Thomas ADK Members 'lam

./ Have Yule PartyAlpha ..mrt :
1:1": Mr. and Mrs Cl'nton' Boat- ,
wright announce the engagement Delta Kappa sorority v
and approaching marriage held:! its meeting! and annual I SSlIfai G
of their daughtr. Wanda Christmas: party Monday: :! nightat :
j Call to Tcmmy A. Thomas son, the home of M-s Philip Val- Wr
Of Mrs. D W, Thomas and the lenga on W Lafayette Street r
late Mr Thomas The holiday motif was carried -
Miss Boatwright and Mr. :! out In decorations Mrs. 'j .E. "
Thomas are both gtaduates:! of Ruth Frazier! president, pre. r
Bradford High School She aides! :i over the meeting, and I j (
graduated In 1967 and he in Mrs. R. S. Mulllns gave a
1965. The bride-elect Is presently Christmas! devcUonahFollowing LATE '
working in Dr Harry the business meet
Cruen's office and Mr. Thomas ing Mrs. Vallenga, a recent JitChrislims
Is employed with Jim Hope bride was honored during the .
Electric Co. In Gainesville social hour Mis. Lucile Brown
The wedding: well: take place ,presided at the punch bowl and
February 14 In Calvary Baptist; Mrs. Vallenga cut the bride's
Church, All friends and rela cake which was presented:! to
tives are invited\ to attend. her The sorority also piesent-
ed her with a piece! of lingerie "

and:\11'daughter. and Mrs.of Crestview Bobby Welch are as a memento of the occa lon. \ i s Jt J. Ji' STORE: .

spending the holidays with her Gene Ivey Jr. visited his parents -
parents Dr. and Mrs. O.L. Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Sr., r t, r ISO WEST CALL ST.
Jr. in Tucker, Ga. on Monday and & &
Haynes ,
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Candy Stripers Decorate Tree ON Erli.ATEST .?...

Candy Stripers! gather at decorating: Gloria: Crews, Brenda Ortffls, Debbie Thomas Sandra!
;", 1 ELI 3 F tfrt the Bradford County H;>cp.tal: : Griff. Rose:> McRae Shellie: ,Tomlinsl>n. Kathy Faulkner
las Thursday:: to decorate the Smith, Janice! Mobley, Cat.ale: and Debbie Faulkner.
Christmas treee in the lobby Mckinr.cy. Janelle Thompson Also assisting In the decorating : '
"4 .--r.J:: -, and waiting room at back. The Julie Harper; Paula Champion: were Mrs. L, K, White- STYLES IT FREE
trees furnlshaJ: each year head, and Miss Becky
Ji1EJ Jfr" are Pauline Peterson Carol Dai ley, sponsor
F __ _\ : 1.t : tQ by Mrs. W, A. Stern. Pam Ricks Pat Underhill:! Cooper, mascot: of the CanJy
Members who participated in Sharon Unierhill.:! Rosemary Stripers CLOTHING r

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J ,::S1J 'J t +SCOTT'SMobile of this Fort weekend Knox,to Ky.spend will the arrive holi- SHOES Mfcr

days with Mr. Rltch's mother,
,:": : Mrs. Hazel Pitch, and with
BY PHONE Home SalesSPECIAL Mrs.Palm Beach.Ritch's parents in West ScN

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Sunday Mass, 8 ..m. and
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Wednesday Mass, 1 R_. Exchange or Refund '
Saturday Mass and Novena any Gift Purchased ,. A

7 p.m. .. Here Regardless of
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C Jau hvw t Jr We Think J Lot About Service !

Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett Mrs. J.D. Hodge of Palatka
of Blackshear, Ca.will be week- and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red- was a Sunday visitor of Mrs.
end guests of Mr. and Mrs.yUH. .
attended the 50th wedding W.E. Mlddleton. ;
, Bitch at Santa Fe Lake. dish for Mr. and
anniversary So You Won't
;; Mrs, William Ezell InJacksonville Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth returned r ... Have To.
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Archie: Green of Chicago, 111. Sunday. Friday after three we:ui
will spend the holidays with in the Gainesville Medical Cen- .
his mother, Mrs. L.J. Green. Miss Louise Stern visited ter where she underwent leg .
Miss Alice Loest in Jacksonville surgery. A : .
Mrs. David Christopher and
last Friday.
two daughters of Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston Mc- .
Ga. spent the weekend with Mrs. Ethel Simmons of Fort Clane of Green Bay, Wis. will .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C.L. Lauderdale spent several days arrive next week to spend the /illsA. .
Dinkins. last week with her aunt Mrs. holidays with Mr. and Mrs. : Starke Chrysler Plymouth is :
Bertha Pearce. George Flynn Sr. F. Gamer Cold( :! ) presents pleased
Dean Hansen spent last week "Shiner cf the Year" award to
. in San Francisco conducting Lynwood Walters of Enfield Mr and Mrs. J.R. Weldon Fritz Kramer at the Shrine 0 to announce the Employment of :
research for the University of N.C. will be home for the and family of Jacksonvillewere Christmas party Saturday !
Florida. Mrs. Hansen spent ten holidays. visiting Mrs. Gladys Wel- night. I d Ytpa I
in Provo, Utah
days visiting don on Sunday.
{t- her parents and family. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishand Mr. T. H.
family of Wilmington, Dela. SK/3 Jack Carter of Norfolk, Kramer Awarded, : : Bigham :
.. Miss Ruth Johns, Mrs. Mildred will arrive Saturday to spendthe Va. has been discharged from
, Thrift, and Miss Joyce holidays with their parents, service and arrived home Mon At Shrine Club
Allen and Lex Johns were Sun- .
1. Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards and day.
s. day dinner guests of Mr. and Sheriff and Mrs. P.D. Reddish. Christmas PartyFritz .
Mrs. Jimmy Hodges[ in Gaines- Mrs. Dewayne McRae and son
ville. Mrs. E.K. Perryman, Mrs. of Jacksonville were visitingher Kramer was awarded: .
cI H.M. Richarde, Mrs. E.L. parents, Mr. and Mrs.R.M. a. marble trophy last Saturday 0
1- Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Matthews Mrs. W.E. Middleton McRae and Mr.and Mrs. George night at the annual Shrine ef
Sr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. Mrs. Titus Olson,and Mrs. Huggins on Tuesday.Mrs. Christmas Jinner-dance! aa
: and sons, and Mrs. Martha H.H. Adams visited Mrs. "Shrlner" of the Year." f, I
Spencer had Sunday dinner with Blanche Williams in the Ba- W.H. Hart, Mrs. T.D. The party ,was held at the t, { .
.1 Mrs. L.A. Johns and familyin ker County Nursing Home In Dyal Mrs. Dean Hansen, and Enlisted Men's Club at Camp HMr.
,. Jacksonville. Macclenny Tuesday afternoonon Mrs. Earl Voyles attended a Standing! which. was decorated .- Bigham is a master mechanic with 25 o
Mrs. Williams' birthday. Christmas musical In Jacksonville wIth garlands greenery and .
.1 Miss Harriet Goodman of Saturday night holly. At one end of the reception : years Experience with Chrysler Products. :
rt 111. will arive Fri-
. Mrs. George Anderson was room was a 17-foot Christmas -
: day to spend the holidays with in St. Petersburg Friday to Lonnie Woodburn returned tree, and at the other end s .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Seeber Monday to attend the weddingof Tuesday from St. Vincent's was huge Christmas wreathon .
Goodman. her niece, Miss Cindy Mc- Hospital where he was hospit- a silver background. The .
Kinney, to Roger Householder.Mr. alized following an automobile dining tables\ placed: around the .
:Miss Susan Wiggins spent the
s accident several weeks ago. dance floor were centered with .
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H.A. Bishop
II blue candles decorated: with o
Southwell in Jacksonville.
! Tom in of FSU are visiting Mr. Melanie Green of Gainesville red berries and greenery.
l and Mrs. Bishop Jr. duringthe spent the weekend with her I
The 60 guests attending-
; John Adams of Athens, Ga. I
holidays. Mr. Bishop in grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I
and Miss Dell :Moredock of joy a< cocktail hour from 6:30:
j in Lex Green.
I :Miami were weekend visitorsof Education will be Interning at the Forrest Physical High to 7:30: and then were serveda : 1968 Chevrolet Impala Custom Coupe :
steak dinner. Dancing was
Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams.
school in Jacksonville duringthe Miss Jean Mundy of Rock S.
Jan. Hill, S.C. will arrive enjoyed during the latter partof 0
next quarter starting Monday S .
d Mr. and :Mrs. Ernest P. Bo- 5. to spend the holidays with her the evening. Factory Air Conditioned Power Steering Tinted Class .
land and children Barry and mother, Mrs. W.B. Mundy. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brantleywere \VS\V Tire Vinyl Top, V-8 Engine, Automatic Transmission .
. Beth of Athens Ga., are spend- Local admittances to Bradford In charge of decorations Low
ing the holidays with Mrs. County Hospital the past Albert F. (Buddy) Garner president -
Boland's mother, Mrs. H.L. week were: W.F. Herlong,Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Venner Spiersof presented the trophy to MiJeagXnM $2195
Speer. Merrill W. Prevatt, Mrs.Fan- Richmond, Va. will arrive Mr. Kramer. i I CLEAN i
nie Reams, John W. Sasser, next week to spend several During the evening cash ,
Sgt. Ardel F. Brannen of Frank C. Strickland Mrs.MaryE. months at their home on Ed- collection was taken for the
Randolph AFB, Texas will arrive Cooper and Lisa P. Sewell, wards Road. Shrine's Crippled Children's .
Saturday to spend the holidays Starke; Mrs.Charlotte Thomas, Hospital In Greenville S. C.,
with his parents, Mr. Baldwin; Mary Ann Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Har- for their Christmas party. The .
and :Mrs. Brannen. dy will entertain at 'a family
Lawtey; Mrs. Dorothy Engelke contribution was mailed 10 the .
Melrose; Donnie V. Ward, Christmas dinner Sunday, and hospital on Monday. 1966 Ton
will also celebrate the birth- Dodge % 1967 Fairlane GT
Mrs. J.H. Sowell LaCrosse lake Butler; and Joe H. Wig- : :
spent last week with her son- gins, Hampton. days of Mrs. Hardy and Sam
in-law and daughter, Mr. and McGauley which fall on the L. L. Conner .
:Mrs. V.V. Ilazen. Among the students home for 17th and 18th. Attending will Pick-Up, Short Wheel Base 6 2 Door Hard Top V8, 4 Speed Floor
the Holidays are Gary Hamil- be Mrs. G.E. McGauley Mrs. Honored On Cylinder, Standard 3 Speed Column Mounted Transmission, Radio Heat- .
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Carter ton, Mary Bellinger, Patsy Connie Bagwell and daughters, Shift.
Jr of Chicago, Ill. were last Hitchcock, Beverly Mc Rae, Mrs. Carl Motes, Mr. and Mrs. 93rd BirthdayLawton ere
Saturday visitors of their Diane Adklnson, Bobbie Sue Frank Stokes, and Mr.and Mrs. I
grandmother, Mrs. Nancy; Gun- and Robby Barksdale of FSU; Amos Bell of Palatka, Mr and Lorenzo Conner cele- I $990 $1285
ter. :Mrs. Gunter also had as Evelyn Sinclair, Mercer University Mrs. Sam McGauley and sons brated:! his 93rd birthday anni-
visitor last Wednesday, Miss ; Ginger Baldwin, Mel- of Jacksonville, Chace Hardyof versary Sunday at a party and
Donna Helnicke of Holyoke, ody Cuttino,' Jane Crosby and Gainesville, and Mr. and covered dish dinner held at the .
: : Mrs. Charles Francis and family Crosby Lake home of Mr.. and -. .
J Mass. Jayne Hardy, Tift College; Byron of Starke. **. '!t',
Mrs. Leon Conner.
Terwillegar, College of
Mr. and :Mrs W.W. Hood left Charleston; Marilyn Bollinger, Mr. Conner has ten living .
:for Fort Lauderdale today Samford University, Martha children: six sons Leon J. L., .
where they will join a three Bollinger, Mobile Infirmory; Speaking these spicy W. R., W. C.. Loren, and M. L., : 1964 Chevrolet Station 1966 Dodge Dart 170 .
'weeks Holiday Cruise to Steve Denmark and Wayne things to taste, reminds us that and four daughters Mis. RO-
.America and the West Indies. Blankenship, University of the holiday season is a good berta Sapp Mrs. Ida: Mae Shaw, .
'They will spend Christmas day Georgia; Martha Dennis, Kar- time for cleaning out that ,Mrs. Edith Hutcheson, and : Wagon. 2 Seat V8 Engine, Automatic 1 Door Sedan, Radio. !Healer. .:in Aruba, N.A.; en Patz, Sandra Register spice shelf. Throw away all the ''Mrs. Elna Schaeffer. Transmission!; Radio Heater. Cylinder .*{ Speed Transmission. .
Buddy Trawick and Marilyn Among the approx'nnntely! 150
: James Cash little stale dabs left in cans or
:and Mr.family and Mrs.of Orlando spent Patterson, St. Johns RiverJunlor bottles, and start fresh if you 'guests attending the affair,
.'the weekend with her parents, College. want your holiday cooking to those from out-of-town were : $764 $975 :
Mrs. J. C. MCCormick of Fort
.Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns MERRY CHRISTMAS be worth every taste.
White: A. D, Conner, Oak Hill\];
I Mrs. Steve Moore Lake Butler; :
I I Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Conner, r .
I Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Glen
I : Conner Orlando; Mr. and':! Mrs.
I 1. EdJle Wasdln Waldo; Mr. and : 1968 Chevrolet Ton 1967 Chevrolet Bel-Air :
1.I Mrs. Gene Peterson, Lake City; \\2
Mr.! and Mrs. W. C. Conner,

I Jacksonville; Carlos Maxwell : Mounted 4 Door Sedan Factory Air Condition :
Fort White; Rev. W. E. Hall of Pick-Up 3 Speed Column
Eureka and Rev E. R. Bowers, Shift, Heater, 6 Cylinder. Power Steerinnif. VK Heulrr. .

I i : Snapup Lake City. : $1540 $1468 :

! e. S

'. ; a bargain birth fanelli Mr. of and of a Mrs.Ocala son, Raymond Paul announce Angelo Ste-the, : i I 1969 Chevrolet Impala 4 door Hard Top I :

on Dec. 14. Paternal grand-
parents are Mrs. and Mrs. 327 V-8 ENGINE POWER; STEERING, RADIO, :
Electric rates Henry Stefanelli of Starke.Mr. : HEATER WSW TIRES FACTORY AIR COND., .

have down and Mrs. Joseph C TINTED GLASS.
gone Brown, 'Starke, announce the ONLY $2749 iTtolrrvslstiMes
eleven times birth of a daughter Kellle i I i
Ann, on Dec. 10 In Bradford:: I

since 1957! County Hospital


Ei-:::: Snap' And your home is Class Of '49 .. .

flcxxIcJ l ith light Twist I a dial! A reunion of the Bradford .
And our laundrv (gets High graduating! class of 1949 .

s \\ iIhcdhlle you Jo the is scheduled: Friday: Dec. 26, n .fi. :
at 7 p.m. at the Garden Rest.
Clu.l k'nd
shopping stars
of the l'ntert.llnmentorld aurant. * ok *
Between! 60 and 70 members .:
come into the room :
in full color of the accords class ate to expected Mrs.: to Alma attend 'M 'M 'M 1. 'M 'M 'M

TodaC rely on electricity' Outlaw who has organized the .
"o much and have it so reunion the fouuh the class :
:lh rcadiU at our! fingertips, that will have had.:! .
we often /lorget:: how 'l1l1rol ulous' Class mem'jsrs wishing further .
it all would have -seemed a few Information about: the reunion i .
generations ago And we seldom should contact O3orge .
I know \\h.lt a gieat:: Kirgaintkimcluvi Roberts or Kenneth Griisr, :
both Slal"ke.Williams. Ermie Jones Walter Alvarez Jim Lawson Eston Jordan
': ) !.: electric: I is. c"-peeiaIK; of : -- -- --
in these1 mflltonill'\! times
E 'I I he average puce per kilowatt. S Don Williams-General Manager :
:: hour p.aid i !hy I I'-served[ Named .
lamilics to..la's' one-thlr..llcso! .
than it was in 1957'' Sec.-Treas. Of

=No \\onJer. then. that you State CO GroupFrank tare Chrysler-Plymouth
use electricity: so much. [Its the !

biggest:: bargain in sour budget WillIams Bradford .
.. Snap it up'11.NOuk County Civil Defense director, INC.

has trasurer been of the elected Florida: secretary-Civil : ULS. 301 NORTH STARKE FLA. .
': 1=1='1i f: Defense Association.! AUTMOWZCO DCAUM 4 b CHRYSLER .
The local CD chief OW8.Snemed Jffff .
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0.0' .to. .OM'ro.. to the post Friday at
.J D.W.O.'r the annual conference of the S PhM 964-MOQ.. :
tate CD association: in Ocala.::

representative Williams is also to the the Florida United : Our Service Dept. U open Daily 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 and Saturday till Noon. :

L ;.. I l It.1 I I H I I INI I \ I H\ >N I 'I. I 1.I.I.t.I I KU.I I n \\ hut else: .s",.t.. ItsI. >KIIV! than It did in IQS7' States Civil Defense Council. .
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Council Acts Capps. But If they're coming County SeeksTo MoviesDan [tG tt
City Hall Complex Set up we want them." "
Mrs. Capps agreed with 'that, Keep Palms
To Relocate but! she said: '

For Council SR-16 Sewers "The sum total Is this Either On US-301 tin, whose Rowan"Rowan and Dick and Mar-Mar- DENMARK ;1
Study By we fight to keep! all of themor tin's Laugh-In enjoys the
lose all of 'them." (Continued From. Page ODe highest series rating in the 1
(Continued From Page ODe: of television, now win
Continued From Page One the committee to work witu "Maybe they'll put !It in the of the tax assessor and collector history
( ,
the architect, indicated! near When the DOT 'begins to .remove 16-year road program" quipped Mrs. Claire Capps told new laughs in MGM's way-
Bowen's idea of Including the the' end of the meeting that trees from high rlgh -ot. Commissioner! Ralph Bryan who the Council, and needs the load- out comedy, "The MalteseBippy" to the FURNITURE
Chamber! Jn the new complexwas he agreed:! iMlh CD Director way all over ,the state, Mrs. stated several times he wants Ing zone to use in transportIng which comes of a $
dropped when Councilman: Frank Williams! that any new Capps said, she'll believe ,the trees to stay on the road.In beds and other heavy items. Florida Theatre this as Friday part and
NoUn said Tuesday night that building! should be mails:! a fall they're going: to enforce the -Granted Clerk Merrill Ed- double feature
19 and 20. Written
he Is "ur.tSev na compulsion to: out shelter. law. But she asked that 'the other action, the Board ward 8 request that the city hill Saturday Dec. and
provide housing! for the Chamber The ,city at prsent pays the Board fight to keep the palmsin was told by George Roberts of be closed Friday and Satur- by Everette Freeman is i
NoUn satahe :: month or $4,- Wall Insurance Agency, that Christmas.The Council Ray Singer the story
of Commerce. library$362,50 per Bradford County as long as day after nudie-movie ANY
bout two ordinary COM
favors the Library Board: 350 per year an:! the Chamber possible. specifications information for at Councilman P.T. Nolin's makers who become involved ,
01 irti .i. ,'v"n:' ourchasinn a &p.:, r1' :r: ire: complex $4,500 per year according to the Board "wasn't trying to. ance is complete. He suggestedithat better, and urged him to let werewolves who live next door
doesn't work out. Information from the city steal your palm trees, Mrs. bids be asked and:! be his staff off at noon Christ- Co-starring are Carol Lyn-
Mayor Hurst a member of clerk's office made -due at the Jan 5 .board mas Eve if at all possible.The ley, Mildred Natwick and Julie -
meeting at 10 a.m. and tha Council also urged Utilities ,
m lU MBi Board agreed Roberts (worked, with the Board's com- many general employees as starring Elvis Presley, with :
mittee of Commissioners Zedra possible off the day after Marlyn Mason, Sheree North t
ProduceU. Hamilton and Ralph Bryan in Christmas and New Year's. and Edward Andrews, costarring -
Dowlings the specifications! -Heard the clerk read a let- t
'drawing up Both movies are ratedG
. In ether action! the Board: ter from Gordon Friday Reynolds suggested for General
I Smith and Hills, accept- I
-Approved payment of $15.000to ing the Council's request to Audiences.
Playing at the Florida Sun- 1
S. 301 SOUTH the Bradford County Hospital ignore the Nov. 14 letter can- day, Monday and Tuesday, :
celing the city's CHRISTMAS
)! and $10,000 to the B. C. Dec. 21-23 is "Destroy All : i iI
Development Authority The agreement. Monsters" which is suggestedfor
payments are made! annually General Audiences.A 1
uciestCITRUS ;under a special act of the Legi- WISH I'D SAID double feature is set for
Biggest-Best-Sweetest-J slature. the 301 Drive-in this Friday, t tt II
THAT : Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 19- I GIFT
-Was told "ay Charles Schaeffer 21. Zero Mostel, Kim Novak
that the Starke Police Auxiliary and Clint Walker star in "The I
CROP EVER is at the disposal of 'the Great Bank Robbery, and Franco -
county in any way It can be of Nero, George Hilton and t SPECIALSLAZBOY :
assistance for special duty. It is pretty easy to be mis- Nino; Castelnuovo make up the
GREAT FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS Chairman Shuford thanked guided, especially if you are cast of "The Brute and The 1
: Schaeffer, who heads the new Beast". Both movies are sug- t
for handling traf- swayed by your own argu gested for Mature Audiences.
'. ments-A. J. Hudson, The December 25 9
fic at the Dedication I : of the new Beginning t
? courthouse, Sunday Olustee (Okla.) Chieftain. through the 31st, the Florida
Theatre will be open every I
Marriage was the first union -
-Vote*:! to give county employees to defy management.Jack .- night. (
t the day after Christmas: off Moffitt, The Laurens ,
Nsw Year's Day
j from.and after work. County policy was County (Ga.) News. Rains Total : 7 :! -
C1RISTMAS! altered this year from the usual .'- acP 1I t
Christmas Eve since.Christmas the Otd 1VlzG/l" 3.46 Inches t e
Day is on Thursday.Was .
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Commissioner )
told by Rainfall averaged 3.46 inches!sin ) II > ... /
M Norman that he has been in liC t'//ri:' the county during the week t I'Jf' : : 1I
,contact with the DOT as requested of- Y / Ir\-Q from Dee 8-15, according to \\I' \,, !1i'
on the maintenance the ;, ;; -I the Florida Department of Forestry 1: y J t
entrances to businesses Headquarters on SR-100 ....,
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told!, Norman ..
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county. He .
'V>- "west of S arke ,.. ,, '
has been -? .
said, that the SRD t
New River led with an average .. '''
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working. in flco-'ed Nassau "Nothing makes small print of 370 inches at the tower "
but will try to get to legible than t J. _,_ @
Container County more knowing a there the Santa Fe tower recorded : ..
JUICE HAMLIN Bring your own this area as soon as possible. few lawyers." 3.5 inches, and the LouIs .. ,. -
Hill tower ab Lawtey 3.3 inches "' Jt. t
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2.50 .
|Oranges BUSHEL BRADFORD PECANS Most of the week's rainfall ..--r-' t
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came on Tuesday Dec. 9, with .' ,.. '., .z- J
FOR SALE 2.93 Inches fell at the Forest t ,1. ..fI: :" <' :;::,, ",
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DOZEN ,, < o
"jp'7r ;;
headquarters. On Mon &.
\\' \ <'P" ,.,_. { t tt"
PINK, SEEDLESS day .2 inches was record and on Wednes t !t ,"''I'
headquarters .
Shelled and Unshelled
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10, .33 was recorded : '
GRAPEFRUIT 50 c WHOLESALE & RETAIL day Dee r5 ,? :Ji.: ''*' ; <. ," 1 < t

Average rainfall for the I l .
Starke'!: State Farmers Market month of December! over 50( of I
years is 1.57 Inches. Through
.. Dec. 14 this year a Lotal of 4.57 I

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ti '1 4I reported There during were the no week.forest There fires: : I.I I I.

@ since Jan 1,,
have been 74 fires
my 1969 compared to 129 over the

i DECEMBER TIRE SALE been same period 450 acres'in 1968.burned There since have I Fine Reclining I:

Jan. 1, 1969 compared to 930.4
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Recipients of surplus U. S
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'Airthil GOOD Bradford County Commodity:
Foods Program must sign up t
for the program again before THRUDEC receiving food in January, 1 it
has been announced. : From S148 I It
25 Eligibility! to receive the foods I
can be renewed at the Bradford
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.. March Of Dimes Over on SR 235 TIIADE AT tOME.J) *communityNow r jroar owa.

At the annual Christmas din Glenn Ronnie Freeman, 19. Scientists Make Break-Through On
ner of Company D, Florida Na- of Lake Butler was Injured Instant Pain-KlIer For Corns, CallusesA
tional Guard, held at the armory 'when his 1964 Volkswagen went new and completely unique product, which (lives Instant ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::{::i-::::::::::::ki::::::ik: ::::::::::::::::::::irr:::::::r::::Y:$::$:Yr :.r:arr: 'i.x ::
last Sunday Capt. Richard out of control on SR 235 west of lI relief from the pain of corns or calluses was Introduced nationally .
Jockel Company Commander, Starke; left the highway ant; this month by one of America oldest foot-care special
presented the, March of Dimes rolled over two cr three times _= r I: a ;! a' 1 La fs lg ty Called manufacturers"Pain Away the."Blue the oro--Jay division_ of the_Kendall__Company._ __
campaign director. Robert D. coming to rest on its wheels duct Is revolutionary in that Hum nu discs remove the corn Is th. time to
Burch with a Christmas card after traveling! 210 fact. The accident the relief It offers la Instan. or callus. cover Win ows j Door, arch.. & Br *t.*ray
containing $104.07 donated by occurred at 12:10: a.m. taneous. It Is sprayed on the "Pain A"ay", Is the result ofIntensive
corn or callus from a pocket.
research and testing
members of Sunday. sized .
the company. aerosol dispenser and In the Blue Jay laboratories,
I. can even be sprayed right
according to company officials. V
through stockings without They explained that the ilsgilis ,
Capt. Jockel commenced: that Freeman escaped ".1thmt: staln'ng! them. Also it Is non. goal' of the project. wan tomrrt t
this was the Guard's way of major injuries and was carriedto toxic. a basic. need: to shortenthe
helping: the fljht against birth Bradford: : County Hosaitalf3r Take Away Pain, Then Corn SKonliing period betweenthe
Because the relief from moment when the corn-
treatment Trooper R. W. Pace
defects. In expressing his appreciation ;- sufferer removes his shoe and
pain though quick. Is tempor oatr inlea:,
the campaign director who investigated:! the accident ary Blue.Jay Includes with the pain begins to at ate.
Also m IL width -
commented that Brad; charged Freeman with fa'lureto each container of "Pain Away" Unlike ordinary aerosol
a supply of its cushioned pads containers, the "Pain Away" ,
forJ-Unlon County will> again have vehicle under control. o. Ina FLEX-0-GLASS raaou.r.a.at.s..eri
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and patented medicated discs nozzle has been engineeredto
) be the leader In Per capita giv His speed was estimated at 60 containing Phenylium. When dispense a single measured is far stronger than polyethylene- ,
log for this campaign. mph. applied to corns or calluses spurt of exactly the right It's the oniypl stic' window material .,..' ,
} the pads protect against fur. amount of medication. This '
;ry- ._ ther Irritation or pressure and Increases efficiency and pre. GUARANTEED.. War* are*.Chlcaf. COCSI f
at the same time the Pheny vents waste. Pioneers Plastics
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405 E. Brownlee Street Muirhead steps out in a sun-bright green pantsuit by Samuel I
Robert In cotton canvas the dashing ensemble is tied at the WILLIAMS JEWELRY
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No Cause For m'--L.. II." U oontalnleg &.a. cree. wore or ._.. exclusive ef enisang 50.4.I.u YOU AND IACN OP YOU "AM HI HIV IIVIRALLY. NOTIFIED ThAT THE PIAINTIPPl -
Alarmja; Diphtheria ._... _.rl....110 10441liol.l 50.1..1 M of way.OWBBD .
54005 &".& 5055_. "u.-y P55g5S14 ) riLID ITI IMORN COMPLAINT' 011 PITITION. TOOITMER KITH ITS
PhacO. .....&. ....& BYs AIM Nurrhee _.... Individually and aa Ouardlan of thaBetete TAKIM COURT MAINIT YOU AND '"
a. t150 .. MIN MUrrhse. inaoaootont', and her huabud. "
-t..% V. Co an to Booth., ea .....-..-._ of Arthur .. Nurrhee.densassd. 4.
=::. 155.701 l. N. $ .P and any unknown M5... ......_. ....,,0. otherlelonntc IACH Or YOU Al DIPINDANTI IEIKINO TO CONDEMN THI AIOVI DEICRIIEDMUPIRTY .

Immunization Advised For Children SA.CY.154.5.. 11'.& w.55555 mum r..y5v relwy, lioi.l.1. ..... onder Arthur r. ......... _...... COCATID IN OMPrOBD COUNTY FLORIDA. IY EMINENT

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=:: =: 55.51 .'_
Dr. A. Y. Coving ion, county It had on hand. A new supply $55 PAKi1lady. 50.1 1MB Baal.:= OtxoetBepwlpa. YOU ANI PURTHIR MOT"liD THAT. THI PITITIOHERl) MILL CALL
74OOO DITCH 10**Y BYAYIOH 1071./ 1..7)(
health officer sees no callS was expected:! here Wednesday MXCXL u...&, a...' UP POll HIM IK* BIPORI THI HoHORABLI3.,--yf J. &#**. ::

for alarm locally as a result of Dr. Covington said. 5.555 5 y. 55 5.505..r II .. U. 5.5555PACfL ..... pert ..itot ONI OP THI Ju.... OP' THI AIOVI ITVUD COURT ON THI .?5d DAY oN '.
a 11171MBXH.
tfiptheria! cases reported in 5154.1. 101.1 Mtoo Oeonsf. 1101.1.! 101.1. 4, BloeH 48 l.ivlngaton. Yruby and _..y'. Ailflitlen aeoorin />. ::Tana/. A.D. fitS? AT / gg O'CLOCK. .. I. .:
to plat recorded in Plat Book 1, page 01 of tha public .__.1''. n.J
other parts of the state but Reno Recreation' ..... 5s 0. O. w.ller of Bradford cou.'". PlorlCe.' end that part ot Wl. ef Mrt of lection -n. Bino'riiit'; C I HuvsJ' r,......
thinks it advisable for all children 55.55 1 7, 555 10tooelilor. ..._wCQ4w5s5.5." l. 11171, 1*. _.h'p 0 ........ Range la Best lying ....ol Block 14 olfcivlngston. u,9
HomecomingParade HIOMMU U lAmi 101.1Koln Yruby and .......y.. Addition according to plat rveerfefl' FLORIDA. ITS APPLICATION roil AM ORDER of TAKINI IN ::
in the 'danger age"! to be ....... 141.1 !. Deed Book *4*. page 112 and west of Block 47 snd 41. Livlncrton.Yvuby .
immunized U this has not already SaturdayA C1.r.... ..... th.lr 111 OMO 5.Sus. and o5q..y'. Addition ocoording to plat resorted' in plat Boo't ACC_' WITH' ITS DECLARATION OP TAKIHI NERITOPOtl PI LID IN THIS :
1. 41 ol said public ....0....
5555 5.515155 55..715.0py.Ip. page
been dons. Those who .. 14044 r5acc. 1101,1. 101.1 CAUII. ALL FARTIII' TO THIS SUIT AND ALL OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES

have already been Immunized ._ 4101.1 a.... Lying right ef and within 21 feet and left cf amwithin in I..' 01 MAY APPEAR AT THE TIME AND PLACE DEEISNATED AND IE HEARD.m '
eor_ Kbllw line, caid line being described ..
Homecoming; Parade and: S lateral ditch aurvey furvey
should be checks:! to see If 55th 0055. wro.1 D.llv ry'KuVS'SoTirKJ. tcllowei .
basketball will bs IIU 5.a JadOw 5.55. _....._. %
game sponsored
booster shots are necessary ._ .......... UII... .11. OP an I nee on the ...55517 extension of the couth. lina ol lot 10.
said. Saturday by the Reno .! Block 11 .4 Livingston, ruby ..* _..,,'. Addition according to EACH DEPENDANT II SOREST REOUIRED TO IERVI NRITTEN DEPENSEI.
Dr. Covinjton
!! .57s ..u.. plot ._..... In Deed Book BJ* pige III of the public ......1''. oC
of dlptherla! Recreation Department. ,,_ .... 55.5. 455..ylwnls 1117' Bradford county .a..,... .. 0 point II." feet ......1. from the IP ANYTO SAID COMPLAINT. OR PETITION/ ONI
Eight cases The parade will start at 10:30: ._s.liuhenleeburg. r5s51 ....... ....& BB corner thereol, run thence. .. 17-14-40" .. 19 ..... run thence 7. A. V. n. Jr. County Attorney
,with three deaths, were reported N. 1-JO'll-. 107 feet to point ot Bradford county Courthouse
ot ditch
from the Reno PenneylvanU 17411PAMCKL .. _a... th.t
a.m. Recreation 11 o. ta.: ....... Florida
!in Miami last week but 1101.1. ".a ......_. 5505171V15 11171 urvey lino. continue thence N1>90'11 W. 163.5 to
Center and will feature a 132- rAICS, iioi.i. ....& of cald curvey II... < .
)501 r5 .l 1.?
Dr. Covington sad! there were
all children in the plece band from New Stanton 4115151.:; IWMl Kbll.. containing 0.11 ...... ... or lees, exclusive. cf exlatlng road ON ON IIPORI THI JiuL DAY OF ,:Z'y_. A.D., 069. AND PILI THI

among: High School of Jacksonville.The ....nIo. 550 15/1437): : right of way.OWNBD CLERK THE ABOVE STYLED COURT ON laiD DATI. 10
'ghetto district": who had: not 505rLo:=1i.P50 .5/5.511111/I CBL 1101.1. ONIIINAL' KITH THI OP
homecoming basketball $T545 Kllllan. a widow. heir .. lew of J. N. Yruby .......,
receive! immunization.: H rl. 5.11.. end Carter, widow, ol w. ,
: any .. 55055. Margaret a heir at Isw o. Livingston
will :be at 4.5I
game played 7:30: 551 OCfia MOM 545A..rta.51 deoaaaed L. 0. Waller 4 Mary Weller his wllet C. O. Heller,
p Dr. CaviMgton said that approximately Saturday in the RJE U. 5..N 0.551.0 0C A45. 0n .....!, c.llfomio 04101MUCH. S wldowc.t A. .. Waller 4 raye Weller, hie ....., Harry IN AND TO THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN SAID COMPLAINT OR PETITION AND
p.m. gym ....... 101.1 Kline a dlth Kline, h'. wllei C. D. Mlllord t Betn.r Mlllord,
chil 5.41501
80 per cent of between the Reno Recreation t. 51.155 5154.1. hie wile Mabel Weller, ....1.. 7. P. ....... 4 .... Kibler, TO SLOW CAUII IP ANY YOU HAVE NHV SAID PROPERTY SHOULD NOT II CONDCMKtD -
dren in the danger age in Brad, 555031" Mry 5.10410.p ... wile Much McDowell, wldowi laauel Hess 4 June Hess,
team the Falcons, and: Keller ...__. ..>ii.y y.nl.. Inn his wile. Alice Rlcharda, a widowi Chalaar Waller, starital FOR THI ISIS AND PURPOSE Al lIT PORTH IN THI COMPLAINT I OR
ford County: had been immun "...- .,.... 55.H33. (I..a. II'.. ..... unknownt.e .. Oho.. 4 5505... Ihoup, his wllai
High School Macclenny. 120 MOVUl R fMl. 5577 ... 5.11. ""'n.. ..n., ......., Nellie J 5.s, .._, Ang.1. PITITION PILED HEREIN I IP YOU PAIL TO DO '0. A DEFAULT KILL II

ized. The most dangerous age A Pep Rally will be held at 7 Mtit 5p.rn.nt"...4C... *.. VortMKCn. 5.u 01110.: II 5Myllboe15 itgooe..r 5511 :1/51./1115057,/ .carl a widowiClarence .. INURED AOAIHIT YOU FOR THI RELIIP DEMANDED IN Tel COMPLAINT OR PETITION
is consldere: to be Infancy and: .... .-* 14/)1/) "
p.m. Friday at the Reno Recreation ........ u...&. orant 4 Ruth orsnt, his wllai Maria ...., elngleiBdne *
pre-school the health director Alexander. a wldowi Nick Bven 4 .....u.. Bven, ... wirei WITNESS MY HAND ADO HAL OP SAID COURT ON TN[.* DAY OP
Center. Itella .ofl.n 115.1. $5455 .... "U" .....a., heirs .. law ol Angsllna ...n.., deceased, .v.; .
.said. till ...lU._ 01.4.foldo. ,"Y.11' 555.5t and any unknown heirs, ........, .../0' other ...loa." under m.vCr A.D.. 1969.
Ohio 41403 .57.6. 0n10 "Gea Bold J. .. Yruby, ......., O. N. Livingston. ......., and
Dr. Covington suggested that .....,... 1111.1 PAl5" ..n.. Angelina ..n.... daceaaad.BUBJBCY CLERK OP THE CIRCUIT COURT

parents with children in this $5115. ....... Clyd Hq.. TOi Adverse. Possaaslon, In Paver ef John. D. 0..... c.......
age group take them b their Crews HomeB 1122 collingwood Blvd.Ida 747 HMllton ...... 51115_, and laaae c_...., ss Yrustses ol MorningBter B h "" """ -
"". Ohio 41402 ....a..., Ohio 41401rAHCUT Lodge 50. 24. Pn..nd Aoosptsd ....... DEPUTY LIEBH.. -
private physician or to the PAIL llll.lNellie llll.l .
11/ 5 11/13
Health Department LO check on Any" Unknotm h.,... ..*!- --. ------ -. ___ (SEAL)
& E Jcaee
ReportedA n4/or other .l.iBMitwi4.r
their immunization status. If Oil City, .imai-.altl:: : Delia Rallec Oaoa....
PABCKL ......nao UnftnownfAhCB. SHOP -rAI
Imumnizatlon bolster shots
or Bile BlblsrRoute (.n.&

are needed the children: maybe Thanksglvlnsr Night 'theft 1
Aay Vnkaoim halro. rv15..s.
brought to the Health Department Lake city. Pennsylvania 109.1 55555. 01.1555.
at the home of John Crews 1101.1. Ll.Sa.a.n.
on :Mondays: ard Wednesdays two miles east cf Lawtey nt Rt. 7. .. ..'''1.. 45505.54."
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon 1 5..1455.5 .a.- 551(5 4 DAYS ONLY
1, Box 28, is under investigation :::I City, Pennsylvsnle 10421 .UCIIIo 1101.1halra -

and from 1 to 4:30: p.m. by the Bradford: Sheriffs .AKsL, 1141.1 109.1 557 55555. a.vioaadyov ITHURS., FRL, SAT., SUN.

The Health Department gave Department .... IllllMIIOS Arthur otha* alelauntaMar *. Nurrhaa. ,
133 immunizations: : for dlothsrlk Ooyd ou...tyn. dtooeaaad.Haaldano .
: Missing! from th! home here .. ..viiu. north uro'.ilorAKCU. unktoem
Monday ar.3::: used: all vaccine uo.... 10*. I I55C6 .....a
are an electric! radio a .12

iguage Remington shotgun 41th Kllno Aay vnluioim, ....... tfaviaaaodor
Even:: a woodpecker owes his pump _IO'.i': :: 14551. 10171 .. athar alaiMantaa
: los.ilonton.
and a .22 caliber single 4ar J. M. Truby r
success to the fact that he daoaaaad.aaidaaoa .
shot rIfle.Deputv .
5.? .155. UnHnom
uses his head and keeps pecking Rcbert Green investigating PAIL. ...uyh.1101.1...141.1.. ann .ue. 1101.1

away until he finishes the officer urges neighbors Any tmluwMt Mt... davlaaaa
.. ....
S / 0. alaia'ntaunder .
Ruth .11
job he started.-John MaverickTheCherryvaleKans. look cut for each other and re- 114 Mont.l.l. Avo.rlttibiirv. Angeline _u...

( .) part thefts at once to the She- ,. ronniylvanl 1101.1. 141.1* 19117rAHCIL ..4.55.4'. 5.55505

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Block M ot rJ..._..... Vreby and _...'. Addition as recorded $14.95
in Deed Book "J". page 111 el Bradford county .aod... at S point
Starke 1-H Members Kelly Richard and Walter 10.10 loot southerly ... the BW career of csi* tot 1. run thence
4-H .. 71-14-07-.B. 111,1 feet .*.the beginning of S .cuoo oanosJlo.to .
Prevail receive the 1970
Calendars from Mrs the northerly having a radluc of BIO.91 tact, run Uioncc southcaaterly LISTS
DeWitt C. Jones Calendar Sponsor. caat end oorthoaeterly elon* sold ourvo. through total Carps Sale Price
central angle cf 17M1-4O- distance cf 199.40 feet to the. end otcald
curve. run thence .. ll'll'll-. 12..... feet to the. eesl HIM
of Bectlon I.. .. 5 ... N. 12 ... el S point all..' feet Motherly,
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the Nl corner of eel POP-UP TOASTER
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4-H Club News containing. 0.07 eerec wore or lose. cxcluclvc of ....... reed dial. contoured weight portable with thumb dependable. Has

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4-H'ERS GET CALENDARS Community service Is alwaysa makes a wonderful gift. styled. shades from light to dark
BYi Bva Bllllan a widow, heir at low of J. .. ft... .. e.Mergarat _,
1970 4-H Calendars were presented part of 4-H Club work and Carter e widow, heir et low ef a. w. Llvlngeten.deoeessdi .
L. a. waller 4 Mary .. wllei C. o. Nol ..,
to Kelly Richards and members are anxious to part!. a wldoweri.. .. Weller S rayc ..n.., hie wlfei worry
acti Kline t Bdlth Kline, hie wilei C. D. Mlllord 4 Bother Nllferdhie
Walter Prevatt by sponsor De. clpate in such worthwhile wllei Mabel ..n... ....1.. .. P. ....... 0 Bile ........
last week. Kelly vities. ... ..,.. Ruth McDowell, .,_, Benuel Bese I Juno 555.
C. Jones
Witt .... wllei Alice ........ widowi Chalaer Weller. Merltelatatua
and Walter are in charge of The Lawtey: 4-H Club Is having oaknewwt Lee .. Bhoup I Avettcal cheap, ... wtr_. WARING8SPEED

distribution of the calendars to its annual Christmas party ...... wellor, einglei Nellie "_.. a wldowi Angelo FAMOUS BRAND
... ,. ..
Chappelle, .1.. Josephine "" ...u.. Cerl
4-H members in Bradford: Coun- this afternoon. Thursday! Dec. Rlgoney e Doric Blgoney. his: wilei peerl Itrong. e widowiClersnoe

18. Mrs. L. A. Redding! and a Alexander Orent,15015 a widow orant, Mick, hla Bven wllai 4 "" .Merle.n..Weller even, his slngleiBone ..... 17 & 21 JEWELWATCHES
ty.Mr. the number of Lawtey 4-H'ers have .... ....., single heirs at law ol ...u.. _..... deoeaseCand f"
Jones has scpsored any unknown hairs devisees. ..../.. other. ...._... under
4-H calendar prgram for over planned a fun-tllled afternoonof .aid J. .. Yruby, _...., o. .. Livingston, deceased, end I
Angeline .n. accessed.URJaCT
program! Christmas games a gift exchange
20 years. This! gives '
and home-made YOl Adverse .......... In Paver ef John D. Dlgga, ClarencewllllsM BLENDER 'i
each 4-H member a personal tasty :: end ISMC Cuamlngs, ac 7....... 01 Morning Itar
"memo" calendar! for his room refreshments.. Lodge "0. 21. pree and Accepted .Masons.OBCYIOW .

or study and provides large The Hampton 4-H Club Is liaiO-1501 OTATW. HOAB 14 BRADFORD" OOUWTYPAKCBL OUCN7OMP \ &

planning) a mld.year cookoutfor ,
calendars for meeting rooms
and other public places. The their holiday meeting. Jeffrey 1104.1 UOMY OP WAY Carps Low Price Carps Sale Price

Calendar! Is also a good 4-H Baker and Gerald Men? That part of I

publicity! tool for prospective4H are In charge of arrangements.The Lot 5.. 1. Bleak 0. Livingston Vruby 4 c_..'. lubdlvialell n
members. Pictures of Starke Livestock 4-H Club ill lection 10, _.... I louth, llanga 11 Baal aa recorded in
various .... ....... BridUrd 88I
Plot Book 1. peee 21. .u. of county.PierIda.
4-H activities and project held its regular meeting last $218J\! \ -

work appear throughout alongwith Monday evening at the hcmeof $19
Lying northerly af ...* within 10 feet el tha. aurvay tins ot ItataBead
the 4-H Pledge and the 4-H Mrs. J. M. Edwards Jr. The .". lection JOOJO-2M1. .... .51407 lane. .keina described ..

Creed. program IncluieJ:! a, live demonstration ..u_.

Sponsors of 4-H awards and of grooming and eoia on the eoutherly .....01.. of tha woet line of Lot 1, Block
showing cattle. Members then 14 of ........._. Tmby end coapanya Addition ea recorded in :
activities such as Mr. Jones. Beed Book -,,', psaa 112 ot ....,"" County plorids, at a point push-button speeds for I y'b4 Don't have that old watch
are vital to our local state adjourned to a hamburger! M.IO feet aoutharly. frois tha ow aornar of aiid Lot 1. run thanoaB. 5
chore buy a new one
blending you repaired
71'14'07' .. 111.10 feat to the beginning of curve concave any i
and national 4-H Club! program. cook-out and active games. U Uw northerly having. a ...... ot 010.01 feat run thence eoutheeaterly may have. Added feature c :::: a .at this fabulous price.

Without their! interest and sup- aaat end northeaster ly denote Id oirve through e total of "flash blending" / = >', ; Famous name brands some
eentat ...a. of 17'11'40> e dlslsnce cf u.... .... to the end of J
"'ort 4-H would: not enjoy the Other 4-H Clubs are holding: as id carve, run thence .. OlMl'll* .. u..... feat toM cast line speed. 5-cup capacity 4 a p feature calendars. 14K

states as one of the largest Tegular meetings concentrating or Boctlon IB, .. S ... B. 21 .... at a point au.. feat eeutnerlyfroa Ideal gift. Gold Cases or diamond
work records and ) the KB corner of acid lection IB, trims
ani most important youth: organizations on project

: of today.! preparation for Club and County Containing 0.04 aerea wore or laaa, aaclualva of existing) reed

OTHER 4-H ACTIVITIES events scheduled: for early w lajht .. way.OKOBO .

4-H members ass!*ting In Spring.' BYi John .. Blots and Lorney Jeckaon Kioka, his wife.HIOHT .

serving refreshments at the 4-H is a program ofJ your 6 TRANSISTOR AM-FM

Bradford Courthouse Agricultural Extension Ser. llll.l OP WAY
County Oee
dedication last Sunday were vice. It Involves any youth between ..... park of.

Patricia Edwards, Karen Cissy ages cf 10 and:! 19. Call 11-.... acre ar lose in ..,...ipsr t of ..'I of .*i .oe".. RADIOSale

Gray and Walter Prevatt. and: your" Extension office 964-6554 17. _.hi. 0 south, Kange. 12 Bsst boundsd on North by lend. Carps O
of John Parker an teat by land of conwsy end .wsst by rov.llBoith $333
for Information.
Randall Zlpperer.: any Coapany and louth by public read Kaardeninortherly

IOlnq. oi and within 40 fact ol the survey line ol n.,'" Price Carps $2
BeadPAHCIL 10, lection 11010-1901 raid ......... lina .bain? described m follows I G Sale
Tiny but mighty. Solid Price
I* TNB.fIi:1: COURT OP TNI rs-. Begin on the west line of Boetion 37. .. I I*. K. 21 ... at a .-...st state. automatic volume
in AND naaanmso G
said lection 7,
OIl ot > rtithence
1114.9O feet southerly trow tha corner
COUNTY. FLORIDA I control. Case & 9-volt bat
the 01 Receive broadcast
.. OO'91'll- 1449.11 feet to beginning a sm-vo
CIVIL ACTION MlRADTORD _.... to the northerly having a radius af 1010.71 feat, runtkeacc tery. foreign countries. AM-FM
northeasterly a long: .... aervo through a total central operates on batteries or
$ ol 11*1140* a distance af 1047.41 fact to the end cf aald1ewve
..an o. 2053$ WANTS, OP angle electricity. Padded leatherlike -
7..00..7.001. 155d and end cf eeid aurvey lisp, GE WALNUT GRAIN I case.

I Containing 0.11 ocrec care or less exolualve of existing rosdright

ol woy.OWMO ]
BYI Delia Keller. dooossed, end any unknown heirs devlseea. OS
plelMllfls L. I ..../_ other. claioant under Oaid Delia Keller .........

... '. BVBJBCT. YOl Intereaft if any ef Jaaea ......U. Keller ...... Carps 17 -21'
....... ...,... ....._. a widowi Maybelle ....... Sale $1388
NAAJA57 CAOTBR, at .1.. i oaerta and Joseph Maeeo aobarta. her husbsndr Clyde
iI Began and Birdie Began bis wllei Willie Began and Price
...... Began hiS wilai Cenlya Keller ..n. a widow,
1Y and any unknown devise.., end/or etherclaioanta JEWEL
under : rD. Keller deoesssd.B10BT Beautifully styled model

.. .... .. '. --- Trouble free solid state. / ..

....... n...& OP WAY Wakes you gently auto

Hwt fort oil matically. .rj WATCHES

mm OF dUll
11 ef .... .. OB% Beclion 21, township Boat*.. Range 12 Beat
ID SUM* I CAUSE &.... an* being aertn o* (while reed known aa the Peek Bead. WEST BEND 9-CUP r

.wrict Of SUIT ...... northerly cod ........ 77 feet of the. ourvey line of But* Carps > 88
Boo lollevaiBegin 1*..Bastion 500-350/. sold survey llae being eeeerlbc* .. I PERCOLATOR Price Sale $1 O

TIC STATE OF FUXIM TO on the wast ..... el the ni el Bat. .. Bectlen 11, .. 0 I., Carps
B. U *.. at a point 1002 feet eeutherly. Iron the .. cernorl
Sale $591 ;
-- C. eel* e4 of ..... run thence B. 51'. '.1I.. .....17 tect to the ys Big selection of mens &
_. e. '". MI_ _. line ot ..11 Oeetloa II (wast lino .. Beetleo 14. .. 0 *.. Price ladies styles. Calendars
$5.5 u
p. o. BOB MOea 1.51554 $05015t NIa. B. II ..) at pole* ....* feet northerly free the aw corner oleld j nurses. sport. dress &
.._a. C ll .$U 1401 cm. Oeetioo 1*. _..... thence .. Ol-OT'91-. _.M feet to Brews a perfect cup of ,
all boxed.
PABCBO. U.'.&. se..& =a= .TLOBToi".,.. *. ??f.. __. 55 "!. __1r.rt-. 5.415. .* coffee everytimo.and auto r more gift Shock
&un feet, th resistant. Metal
ru> "ectkeaaiorly alone acid eurvc through expansion
:racr: .. '"""' 111.1: W'.. 10 eagle of OlM'40dlctaaoo CO jai PO feel to tha eect linoH matlcally keep it warm or regular bands.IT'S .
Beee) II-" n .... Bsstlsa M (weal lice ol Beat Ira IB. .. I B.. .. U B.) for tierving.
10544.1., -.lvaele 10444PABCBX lie* nietiieaM 00 IIOI.I foot aorvhorly Irwljlake B*
B point c erne of cold Oastlee
... eootposr.i.i
iioi.i. a. 4..0 a-4 1*. rknis Iron S tangent assrlsl eeOo). 5*13'41* 5. ooxtlaoe _.-
; 141.1 1750 _S1. ili.| oald curve ....). aa-ela ef 41'M-ll- dletsnssad CARPS FOR FAMOUS BRANDS 1 1t SATISFACTION GUARANTEE !
.,V 071.1 (eel to the cadi M oaid .. and) end ot acid survey .....

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Forces News About Command, advising a Vietnamese BHS
I Loc. military unit near Xuan ByLinesBy :\\1 Library Fund Contributors

OUR SERVICEMEN! Sgt. Warren entered the I Y I,.:..::.:.:.. '

., .. Army in 1964 and was stationedin I Joyce Allen As of noon Tuesday the following Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Carl "rlah United Methodist Church;
.. ,
-'--- ---->> eJ Germany before arriving _J Individuals and organi- Minx. Dr. T.G. Bitch William Capt J.N. Myers; Walter Mur-
Vietnam. He also holds the zations had contributed to the SIlcox;. Slade Gas of Starke. phey; Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy;
Bronze Star Medal. This Is your campus reporter (DCT) Club of BHS will have Bradford County; Library Fund. Southern Discount Starke New Bethel Baptish Church;
wishing each and every BH3 their annual Christmas Ban The list of donors and their Builders Supplies, Starke Lions J.M. (Buck) Norman; Sidney
Arthur B. Clark, whose mother student;! a Merry Christmas andhere's quet at the Garden:! Restaurant. category of contribution Is as Club, Harold C. Wall, HaroldC Parker; Lucille Payne; PhIla-
Mrs. Mora Clark, and wife. At the Banquet the officers follows: ; Wall. Inc., Mrs. MauriceJ. delphia Baptist Church Mrs.
hoping enjoy your
Y Y' Alice live In Starke, was re. Christmas Holidays you that begins will present Mr. Bill Costello Patron: DeWItt C. Jones Services White Woodman Circle Everett H. Prescott; VaughnPrescott
Gently promoted! to Army spec- Mr. Inc.; Florida Bank at Judge Theron A. Yawn Jr. ; "Public Donation";
19th. Clerlzuzlo: Mr. Kelly, andMr.
Friday. Starke. Dolph E. Reddish; Mr.and Mrs.G. .
lalist-4 while assigned to the Clark with Christmas gifts Added! :! this week: Carnation Mar-
and Francesco
25th Infantry Division In Viet.Co. There will be a spiritual 8:30-assembly for all of their help during the merican Sustaining Legion Contributor, Baldwin Chev-: A- Social & Savings Club, Mr. and tire;Reed Harriet R. Rlcharde;Mrs.
morning :
rifleman Friday
He Is
nam a I year. Mrs. Samuel MOarvey. Ter- Leona :M. T.H. Slade
rolet-Olds, Dr. A.J. Barry. Royal; ;
C, 1st Bn., of the division's 27th 9:30: for Ninth and:! Tenth grades ,
Starke BPW Club, City of wille gar Motors: Dr. D. W, F. Delano Thomas; Pauline To-
Infantry He entered the ArmyIn -9:30: to: 10:30: for Eleventh and Officers! of the DCT Club are: ; Whiffen.
lawtey, Community Bank of rode; Mrs. Frances B. Wager;
president. Mike Rhoden:! vice-
January 1969 and was Grazes:
Elizabeth G. Walker Mr. and
Starke, 1st Federal Savings & Associate Contributor: Norma ;
::! at Fort Polk La. before A Junior Parent Organizationfor pres. Mike Lyon; sec-treas. Jean Adams Alpha Delta Mrs. Lysle E, Williams Karol
3+t arriving overseas last June. Linda Morgan; charlain;: Tim Loan Assn., Charley E. Johns Zacek.
C. C. Anderson
fund-raising is being formed Kappa
Harvey; reporter Joyce Allen Agency, Mitchell's Drug Store
and:! all parents who are interested Auto John and Bement Jr., Bradford-Union Added this week: Mrs Lila
Noegel's Sales
Senior Chief Storekeeper! and, sel'g ant.at-arms Earl Branch NAACP, Katherine
should contact Miss Lee Sander., Starke Rotary County; M Caldwell. Virginia F. Dar-
Johnny L. Byrd USN, husband Wayne Murray. Marlon L. Crosby -
Bell very soon at BHS. Club, State Farm Insurance Chlsm by homemakers Club of)
of Mrs. Barbara! K. Byrd of See you after Christmas vacation (Merritt Williams), Stunrp's Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dell Starke Hurst Shell Station,
'Starke, has returned to Port Friday, Dec. 19, the Diversified -HAVE FUN-and MER. Dept. Store Judge George L, Deals Dyal Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dreda B, Judd', Mr. and Mrs.
Hueneme Calif with U. S. Na- Cooperative Training J. Eaves m, Henry Fa-
RY CHRISTMAS.In : Patten. Torode Oil Co., Woman's C. E. Larson.
val Mobile Construction Battalion Club of Starke WPXE ber; Mildred Fancher: Ann.. Other Contributors: Mrs.
11 from the unit's fourth F. Hood USN son of Mr. and Farabce; Dr. P.O. Felos; Mr. K.G. Duncan, Mrs. Walla Lip-
I and final: tour of duty In Viet Mrs. Wm. W. Hood of Camp view of the tremendous and Mrs. Lonnle L. Fullwood; sey, Mrs. Maude E. Magee
Added this week Starke- JamesA.
: Mrs Virginia Gregg
nam. The decommissioning Is Blanding, is serving aboardthe number of opportunities{ for ; A.W. Nichols; James K. Smith.
"Staff Set Charles E, Warren Presenting t the award Is Lt, a result of the present Vietnam- jumbo oiler USS Canlseto: Jradford County Chamber of Griffln! ; Raymond J. Guertin; The
making mistakes oven the Building Committee
:ommere .. William S. Haas; Mrs. L.O.
left. whose wf: JoAnne Col James Tuberty. underway In '
( ization program on an extended c-uise In the f
worst of do well.D.. J. asks that if have
lives at Raiford, received the Sst. Warren received the us Contributor: Bradford County : Hazen; C.E. Hernwall; Dr.L.H. you\
Commen. ation Medal award for meritorious service South Vietnam. Mediterranean. The ship provides :Mohn, The Littlcfork ( Minn, >)lTimcs > ; Hospital Auxiliary, Bulling- Jennings; Mr. and Mrs. R.H. not sent your contribution! in,
Army :! underway replenishmentto Jockel Carlos Johnson Mrs. please/ send It now to Box
ton's Studio & Gift Shop Mrs. ; ; : 189.
during ceremonies: in V .H'-'am: while! serving with Advisory:! : : 3rd Call Richard units
Storekeeper of the 6th Fleet. Starke.
Thelira Dinkins. J.D. and Mil- Eunice Kelly; J.R. Kelly; Gov. Checks may be nude
dred Doyle Lenore C. Foster, Claude Kirk; Dorothy and Jo- payable to the'Bradford: County -
a w-Em- Goodman's Gulf Service, Greater seph Kerrigan; Rev and Mrs. Library! Building Fund:!,
Starke Christian Fellowship Levy Lennon; Martha Sue Mc- The drawing for the prt-
G Marguerite Hall, Hampton Ele- Cain; Buford McKlnney;Mrs. ably TV donmed by Winkler
I' SHOP CARP'S. SUNDAY AFTERNOON s= I mentary School PTA Jackson curtis A. Marlowe; Mr. and Electl'ic.11I be held::> Saturday:
Building Supply Jackson Mrs. Francis Meng; Paul and Dee 20. at 11 a.m. in the Chamber -
Transfer Miss Mae Frances Ruth Meng and family; MC Mo- ol Commerce


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edifice in School will! start the servicesSunday
land to erect: a new
with Mrs. Anna Wright Interest Raised
He met and j
the near future.
: friends:! In both Supt. in charge. Morning service i iTo
: pastorages.gained many at 11:00: a.m. Evening service On Savings Bonds LAST MINUTE SHOPPING?

Recently Bishop G. N. Collins at 5:001: p.m. The Christin Five Per Cent
Bishop cf the Eleventh as program will be held Sunday -
Episcopal District transferredRev. night Dec. 21 after service. President Nixon has approved ,: A
.' Lennon to East Florida The public is invited to attend.: legislation raising the interest tj
News Conferenee. and assigned: him Antioch Baptist Church Rev. rate on U. S. Savings Bonds to !ij j
Church L. W. Thomas Pastor,-Service held to matur. '
to Mount Zion AME five per cent If 'J s
will be held at Antioch Baptist 1
0'- Hastings. Ity.
Hy p hall plbr Church Friday night Dec. 19 all
familyIs to
Rev. Lennon and his The new rate applies j
---------------- ----------------- -- asking the continued pray- at 8:00: p.m. with Ebenezer outstanding Series E and:!: j j a I
RECREATION NEWS In this activity. ers and cooperation of the Baptist Church Pastor and: congregation H Bonds sold on or after June
There will be a Home Coming GIRL SCOUT NEWS churches communities bust rendering service. 1, 1969. The higher rate'' also .i i -- rv In R ,
parade Saturday by the Reno All girls Interested in Joiningthe nessmen, and friends! of this The public! Is Invited lo attend. applies to older Bonds. ''j t r
Recreation Center sponsored! by Girl Scouts are invited to( city and adjoining cities: as he Greater Bethlehem Free Baptist
the Stark" Pars: RzcieationDepartment :! attend meeting which: is held takes on his new assignment.Our Church-Rev. Jasper Williams Beginning,with the first semi- I
New S.anton High each Monday at 5:00: pm. at appreciation! to all. The pastor. Sunday Schoolat : annual Interest period starting! .
School Band of JackscnMlle:\ will Greater Allen Chapel AME Lennon family.Mt. 9:30.: .Morning service at on or -after June 1. 1969. rates i ion .., q lr
asked to Methodist: 11:00.: Evening service: at 6:00: bonds will b3 increased ,
furnish the mu!>ic. Th paraie: Church Parents are Morlah United E and H
will start !from tits Re.io: Recreation please cooperate with the leader Church Regular services:' will p.m Monday night Choir,' No. : to yield 5 per cent ,' x
center on Pine and Flor. in reenforclng the values in be! held Sunday with Church 1 will rehearse. Tues ay night when held to maturity or extended :
Ida Streets at 10:30: am.SaLurday the girls.CIICRCH. School at 10:00: a.m. Morning Choir N:>. 3 and Ushers Board maturity, These outstanding : i
night: the Falcons : : NEWS service at 11:00: a.m, which conclude No. 1 will meet. Wednesday! :! Bonds will also benefit .
will play Keller High School l in NEW ASSIGNMENT:' : I the services for the 'day. night Prayer Meeting. Thursday by an improved interim I
will r
Macclemiy at 7:30: p'm. All Rev. Levy Lennon Sr. has Visitors! are always welcome. night Ladies Circle schedule should they be redeemed :
parents ar.d Interested citizens'! :! just recently completed his first Ebenezsr Baptist Church. m et. Saturday night dinners : earlier. Therefore i 1t
are asked t>pla coapeiate. twelve years in the ministry.He Rev. Leroy Davis. Pastor. Ser- will be sold from the kitchen.AME there would:! be no advantage ,I {
BOY SCOUTS: served his first: twelve yearsat vices will begin with Sunay::! Greater Allen Chapel in redeeming outstanding
The Boy Stoats hold m:!stIngs Allen Chaped AME Church School at 9:45. Morning serviceat Church P.ev. C. E. Jenkins will: Bonds to purchase new bonds.i i
each Wjclnesiay:! :! night at Ma clemy.: Florida.: Under hiS 1043.:, Evening service at; Pastor. -R!gular services at It was pointed ouc that the j
8:00: p.m. at Jenkins Recreation leadership: at Macclenny many 6:30.: The Senior Choir will begin with Sunday School B. De- dollar limit! on annual purchas. t
Center. All boys interested: in goals were accomplished. A serve. Tuesday:! night Bible! 10:00: am with Mr F. es of E: bonds: by an individual:!! !
joining: are asked to contact new edifice: was erected.! He also Class Thursday night Prayer lestre in charge. Mrnlng service has been reduced to $3,000 pur. ;
Master Jimmie Jenkins or some served:! five cf these twelve Meeting Remember the stele at 11:00: a.m. The Choir chase price. Previously the :
of the Scouts of Troop 71 Parents 'years concurrent at Lake Bat- with cards and: visits please. Union will be held! at Hope the annual limit was $20,000 "
and interested citte'ns arin'Ued letSt. James AME Church. Mt. Pissah AME Church Rev. Well Church at 3:00: p,m. Evening The face amount. : LORA SAYS 1
help to purchase Sunday:! service at 6:00: p.m. The annual limit H Bonds I
volunteer: had begun on
10 !give They Young Pastor
_.. -...._._-- ..... .. has also been reduced to S3,000, :
from the previous 30000. However i
/ in computing! this limit! .
bonds registered In the namesof
( \ JI.tI" co-owners may be applied: to ;
I-I I R the holdings:! cf either or apportioned ;
: : between them. Fur !

je ea irl..t r..I/. ther Series the nontaxable E Bonds!:for exchangesof current- ; "The Gift For The Person Who Has

Income H Bonds will not be ;
counted against these new annual J
The original maturity of the-
1 1
Series E Bond has been sho-t. ;
.0 *Wwnyow} mt OOJ(,Lt' 1'' ened from 7 years to 5 years ;'
10 months.to mature H Bonds In 10 will years.continue Insured Savings!! Account At

Freedom Shares (sold in combination :J
rA1Rz9 1 with E Bon5s:! since ; First Federal Of Starke"SANTA'S
Famous Brands- May 1, 1967)) and: will be removed <
from sale effective June 30,
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NEW STYLES Rev. Jenkins. All members are ;1 \' .1

Season Flirt-with Select the now Holiday from AND COLORS INLONDON /7r/ r itYf cess.invited activities to of cooperate the church. with for sue-the .;1 ("JZ9 NUMBER :

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I our Large Stock t. FOG 'I CARVER PRINCE HALL
1q COATS t" AF&AM held their annual -t I Ito

ti. election Tuesday night. Dec. .r'
L11 SLACKS For the Lady on ft 2. All officers were re-elscted -
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i SHIRTS of the Junior Warden: : James ;
Carlwell, Worshipful Mister >
LINGERIE Douglas Colbert, Senior Warden ;
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4 Jessie Dean Junior War -
By den. Norman Suggs Secretary J< !,t t ": 1 try
COATS Willie 'I _
IEll C, J. Brcwn, Treasurer. j
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P.ttman Senior: Deacon A. C. ;j .

I\\ S rfttW PUNS AND Brown Cuming.Tyler.Junior Deacon. James j q f SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION

Elaine The outgoIng' Junior Warden o;& itIINI
was" Bro. Calvin WhltfieU, In. /N I00. will M..MOM!11111
stallitn: of officers was held .11111 \
j4. 'sOIF1 LADIES Dec. 15 it 8:00: p.nrf. In a joint ; !
i sess'.in th an associate Lodge: "Time and Temperature Hours A Day"
K7 Sweaters and Bro. Flutter Worshipful Master _
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[iW DRESSES 5+ r CostumeJewelry (\ \k M To My Friends and Customers

I n9FOR 31\ elli\'j\ in The Starke Area .

) O"Q.0 l.\\J\ \\ou'rllike ti take this opportunity to thank

3T rl} Our Fashions Flatter in all a\ tl I\) you for jour past business. As you probably in
retail marine store
knew I also manage\ a
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(:JainesN! ille. Due to the lack of "skilled personel
Materials I find that I can no longer maintain SouthernIi.

.. Marine: as!! it nou operates.
Choose from many Famous In order to Kite\ our customers the service theydt.sere
Name Brands I am nosing the facilities! ut Starke tome
GIFT SETSSTAINLESS v : ..... : central location at 1030: K.; University Ave.

BLANKETS in Gainesville.; At <;aines\ille" Marine, Inc we
BEDSPREADS In .. hate complete shop facilities and a much larger
: building for disnlnt! ,' and !ser\ice.. If I can be
f Gift(
PILLOW CASES STEEL of any service please call me at .'J7 -1591 collect.

Lynn Hamilton

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Our editorial. 4No Virginia there ISN'T ,
a Santa Claus'Farmers
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I' DIIiE1 Letters to .

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How Not To BecomeA -

T.u Land-use controls, or
regulations, to control
type of development per-
Governmental OutpostIn in flood hazard areas.
Building codes designed
reduce damages to build-
u in the flood plain." ((End

his well-chosen remarks at Sun- seek to modify it where changes are I rrsal ) ).

day's dedication of the new Bradford legitimately and rationally needed." / Ors; V'pl f.ii Is what I call progress
I and
To be sure
County courthouse, Judge George L. pl ''IP 11 > ON ? reverse.maps made and publicize

Patten threw out some sobering ideas Judge Patten appears to be saying that ii this land is subject to

that should have provided all who we should follow the example of our and not to purchase

heard him with food for thought dur- small neighbor to the west, Union build because It Is worth-

ing the weeks ahead. County, and start our own study of .
how best to create a more efficient sounds just like all gov-
agencies (their best
Sandwiched between his opening and and more economical government with I I know of is collecting

closing remarks, praising the new in our own boundaries and by our owr ).

Bradford County facility as one of means before some larger govern- same crew of County

the "finest in the State of Florida, mental leviathan steps in and does I asked County

if not the Southeast," the speaker the job for us. to Yawn take my if it land was and possi-wid-

said: the canal across my land
"We already have the tools necessaryto : my permission, and he

"There are voices in the state which accomplish this purpose," Judge them that they might

are getting louder and more vociferous, Patten reminded us. "The people ol for more complica-

criticizing the operation government Florida spoke when they passed the -_-.::-= spent than 19 they years already as an have.en-

in some of our small counties. There new Constitution and spoke clearly ; have been registered

are also those who would relegate this that the Government which Is best s y July 1930. I have worked

beautiful building to a mere outpostin is that which is closest to the the City of Miami Beach

a consolidated county governmental people. The 1969 Legislature reiterated he County, and the State

structure. These voices are not unheard this principal when it passed broac Department of Florida,
that time have been
in our legislative chambers, and Home Rule powers for our cities anc -, '11..CL..t: :......,.......",)!.", t.,. all types of construct-
the people of Bradford County must countiespowers which allow oui drainage included. I am

face up to the fact that unless we county to conduct its local affairs registered. '

cause unity and desire to come together where they should be conducted-- ai 3 as far back as my en-

and examine our county and home. Diary experience goes, ev-
.f I ever knew until hav
local government to obtain a more seen the County Commis-
meaningful relationship with our citi- "The opportunities are here if we Clear and cool weather! came award a contract om the rebuilding in action, always started

zens and our government, we could just reach out and take them, bu as welcome relief after that and widening of SR-16. a ditch canal, or river
thunder and:! lightning storm from US-301 east to the Clay the outlet end of said drain-
well be faced with the prospect of if we let them grow old and rust
and heavy rain ws!! had last next But it these
LIme seems people
being melted into an unrecognizablemass through could well fine County line some
neglect, we .week. For a time when the 1 month When that Job has been reversed the old method
governmental structure com- ourselves giving up our precious pre- lightning was flashing and the completed, Bi adford County will they start digging from

prised of many counties." rogative of home rule, and our valuec rain was pouring down we have a fine system of primary top of the drainage and go

county identityJudge Patten warned ,thought we were in the middleof roads:! to handle traffic: flowing instead.
summer and not In Decem- would be a help to the
Judge Patten was referring, of north and south as well as
ber. The reads and ditches if would the
they try
course, to the proposed consolidationof At one time Bradford County was ,, Hv east and west method and
were flooded an dlv n' vs Sam :McGarvev start at
several of Florida's smaller coun- on the road toward creation of a throughout the county were nothing sights of lower end.
tiesa proposal which has been local government study commission but ponds of water. tee reach the. goal It has set._ One of the pretty
this season is the holiday light.
strongly advocated by a Duval County with local legislation introduced tt ing of the water tank In Starke, yours,

legislator, and which would merge provide for its creation, but a difference One thing for sure: there Is With Christmas Day only a which when seen on approaching Edwards
enough moisture in the ground week off, all of us are piled u?; Engineer No. 1568
Bradford County with several of its of opinion among our legislative the city, looks like a beautiful -
of Florida
for the and with the dozen of things thatneed
now berry plantingsof
neighbors, including Union, Columbia, delegation over a provision ir crown of Jewels blazing
greens, not to mention the to be done ta:: get ready
and Baker. It is not hard to guess the proposed bill caused it to bE pastures) for a long time to for the busiest season: of the the sky. We are told that through many .-- There Is a simple and

where the county seat would be located dropped. come. And there is enough wa year Sinia Claus came to have visitors commented on passing on the attrac- : way to solve this

if such consolidation took ter in our driveway alone! to Starke last Saturday, so we tiveness of the display. drainage problem if they
interested-- not in the Gov-
placeand we could hardly expect Now it may be later than we think, start a new drainage projectIn know he received! a lot of requests however.
that it would be Starke. Our With breathing the county. for Sifts; but as Samhasn't cold weather took a way They
new "big county" legislators Early like to talk in the mil
courthouse would probably become, down our necks with their tall been! any bitter this pretty good swipe! at the plants .
But the weatherman! did cooperate year than he has in others! ,
as Judge Patten suggests, "a mere of county consolidation, now is th by giving us a clear he'll be lucky if he finds! any and shrubs at our bits place of,color but

outpost in a consolidated county time to start putting our house it day last Sunday when the! new thing in his stocking on Christ- here we still and have:! there some, such as the

governmental structure." order before someone moves in witl) courthouse was dedicated with mas morning. red blooms of Turk's cap. the Rustling \

us and does the job to their likinf appropriate ceremony. We are yellow of accacla, the bright
"How do we combat this?" Judge instead of ours. sure that all who toured the In that connection, let's hope pyracantha berries and some
new building:! will agree that we that next year at -hisi time:
Patten asked. "We combat it with a rather sorry looking polnset- Occupation
have a courthouse that is one most cf our men who are over
desire to With Home Rule have the tias.
new meaning, a new we now
of the outstanding ones in the in Vietnam will ba! back home
the poln-
strengthen, streamline, and support our power to act. But do we have the entire state. and safe and:! sound:! and that settlas In hospital are under terms, "intensive b!: drastically cut."

county government and to sincerely desire? would truly be a great Christ- care" and are on the critical Coker quickly added: ,
And now it seems!! likely that mas present for all of us. But list. Apparently they have had : with full cooperation: ,
the library building fund will as long as we're at It, we might about all the coldness they can pocketbook."b.! owners, law enforcement
succeed and that we will havea better wish that ALL our man: stand and we know how they ,!! and the average citi

I Restoring Our FaithAfter new county l.brary: facility.If will be home. by. that. time. ,feel when we get out in the will we bs! able 1,0 attain
you have not yet contributed : morning and drive to work before goal- that of eliminating
this would be a good time We hear that the Depart. the car heater gets to : rustling In our growing
to do so and help the commit. jnent of Transportation will working. tiurist, and agrlcul-

several weeks of being bathedin state.! "
the fact that a jolt of the helicopter, _. '
all the gory details of an alleged --- of cattle rustling:
or a violent
move by the prisoner : Know Your
desirable than catching
"massacre" of civilians
at the
villageof It's
i"f. woman'sM
might easily have set off the fuse, !! ," he said. Since Conner
My Lai in Vietnam it is refresh- Charity BeforeContributing
activating the grenade and blowing Coker to head the in.
ing to read of an act of mercyat -- the aircraft to bits. JtllJJfjj( g unit under::! Dr. Clar-

threat to his own life-- by an : L. Campbell, director of
American officer to a member of During the holiday season, : Department's Animal Indus-
the Viet Cong enemy. Although more dramatic than most, be leery of individuals who say Division, early this year,
this is just one of the many acts of they are collecting for char- !! Department has strength
bravery and kindness which American \ By Martha Sue McCain Ity--when actually the funds ties with the Florida:! De
The story is told on another page servicemen have shown to civiliansand ; 'County Extension sought are for themselves, i cf Law Enforcement,

in this issue of The Telegraph and even prisoners of war in Viet- Home Economics Agent Commissioner of Agriculture Sheriffs Association,
concerns a neighbor of Doyle Conner warned this week. !
ours, Maj. nam. That is what makes it hard : and municipal police.
"As the ChristmasNewYear's
Alfred B. Watson TRADITION OF artment of
Jr. of :
Keystone to believe that such an incident Hessian soldiers fighting in observance approaches, Highway Safety
as THE CHRISTMAS TREE Motor Vehicles
Heights who risked his and other
own life to the War have
the alleged may the tendency to donate to char-
massacre at My Lai did
It's not really Christmas until to be on the alert t>
the first Christmas
accompany a "human bomb" on a brought tree ity increases. Schemers know
thirty-minute occur without rhyme or reason as has the tree is up, the orna- to the United States. A posi- in their areas cf Juris-
helicopter to a distant this and conduct door-to-door
been implied by ments are in place, and thelights who
hospital. many newspaper and tive account shows a Christmastree campaings, saving they are doing appear unfamiliar!
magazine accounts. are strung. Actually, it's at Fort Dearborn, Ill. in it for a worthwhile cause," : : appear .su?p'clous.
not really Christmas until you 1804. Conner !! governmental!! reorgan

Maj. Watson is an Air Force doctorat Until all the light the tree for the first The German colonies of Pen- "But said.what the giver does effective July 1 and the
evidence is in ti .
and watch its
we glow spreadto '
a dispensary in Vietnam, wherea prefer to the children's nsylvania brought their home- not know, however, is that the : \ by the Legislature
Viet reserve judgment in the eyes.A land h'aditions--including the : : Florida: Forest! Service: to
Cong prisoner was broughtfor Christmas tree Is cause say they represent -
My Lai incident. It might have occurred magic. Christmas tree--with them. In never receive the mon Department as the Division; : :
treatment of a head When It
injury. makes adults believe in
just as presented in sensa- Santa 1825, a Philadelphia newspaper eyonly the individuals,"Con- : :! Coker and:! forestry
Claus and children in
x-rays were taken and it believe
analyzed tional reported a number of homes have
accounts of television com- flying reindeer. It stands ner said. !Nationally; $100 teamed! to a
was revealed that the man was in mentators, newspapers, and l proudly and dramatizes the decorated with them, and by million is collected annuallythis program of spotting: using
fact a "human bomb" with a live zinesand then maga- of "peach earth 1840, the custom was common way, he added. fire control towers and
again, it might not message on ,
throughout the
state. .
lie pointed out contributorsto
embedded in
grenade a wound that good will toward And
have men.
or at least there might have Within the next
ten years, charity should make cer- :
had healed in his though the
over face. message hasn'tchanged
been unusual or mitigating circum- the tradition of the the tradition spread throughthe tain the solicitation and soli- (
stances.In tree has eastern states, as well as citors are legitimate. News
There was no surgeon at the dispensary stages.In gone through many England. Until then, the tree Conner said the Departmentof :
so Maj. Watson accompaniedthe had been viewed as a quaint Agriculture and Consumer
the 1605 a writer in Stras-
man on a helicopter ride to the meanwhile, we prefer to dwellon burg, Germany said "At foreign custom. But in 1841, Services is attempting to alert Howe Puppets: featuring
hospital in order to humanitarian acts, such as that Christmas fir English royalty accepted it,and all Floridians to schemes com- :! Jean and Aunt Joan and
keep and trees are set '
clear an incision that had been open made performed by Maj. Watson and othersof up in the rooms and hung with the Christmas tree gained instant monly used during the holiday ; "Talking Pals," will per!!
his kind. popularity. season. in the Chamber of Com-
are much easier cut from
in the prisoner's throat in order to to understand. roses paper of many The White House had its first Another Is the "fake COD office window during
colors, apples, wafers,
aid his breathing. This in spite of gle-gold, and sugar." Even span-before tree in 1856, when Franklin package for a neighbor." week. Uncle Jean
that, records of the Christ Pierce put one up for a groupof Householders are led to be- :! Aunt Joan will tell the stor
mas tree custom go back to Washington Sunday SchoolChildren believe a package is for a neigh- !! of Christmas on Monday
1521 in Alsace, Germany.For bor who is not at home. The and Wednesday, Dec
more than 200 Today, Christmas without a accepting individual expects the 22-24. Performances! will ,
the custom was strictly German decorated tree would seem incomplete neighbor will repay him, so : at 6 pm., 7 pm.,
The Bradford to most people. In agrees to accept the "COD"package 8 Monday:! and
County _.., Their legend tells tha fact, more than three-fourths of : p.m. on
only to find out later
l. St. Boniface, an eighth cen- all : and at 4 pm., 5 p.m.,
are brighter at
TELEGRAPH with the the
--'::': tury English missionary, con- Christmas because of this trad :! 6 p,m., on Wednesday the
llll vinced some tribes to replace ition. package contains worthless ma- !! Briny the! children and
ESTABLISHED 1871 i their traditional sacretroak witha terial, Robert J. Bishop, director with them this fine en

fir tree at Christmas. ...... of the Department'sDivision Inmen t.

.... y Decorations have always been of.Consumer Services, Chamber cf Commerce
pointed out.The
tlhaDi614 used on the trees. with the ----------1 again for nominations
MIM* best to avoid the :
A gentle tongue I Is a tree of start of the custom, It was 'COD' way the Annual Chamber cf
gimmick is to refuseto
FLORA 11 A ", ss life.-l'rov.13:1)( :>> ). and apples sugar wafers candy., cloth Later,roses cook-, accept the proposal and report ty Servile Awards:!Award The! Com Good

How many times haevc ies In familiar the incident to Post Of-
$ S TON wished that %vi> could recall wafers, and finally replacedthe a star fice authorities immediately. Award\ ,Award.and :Outstanding Human 1-
words. raid in anirrr or frustration was added to the top. Another holiday money : :! !
Adults Award (Bay and
t, ? Thouuhtli-ss. words. Martin Luther, the German scheme Is one which Involvesa :! ) made each to
"final notice Insurance form"Is are year!
mill comments. foster! anything Protestant reformer, broughta received through the mail recognize! those Indi:
but. the and harmony desired. small evergreen tree into
peace who the mile
and the form shows go
Z. L. MATTIIKWI. &4JMr....Ttfclfeaeh Let us In- toll-runt. one his home in the early 16th cen a dollaris : work which! benef.ts
.......... turn and put candles on it-- CHRISTMAS SEALS FIGHT EMPHYSEMA { due for a package so that :
TlrsMq M4, ...... m ...... another and let. pleasant: talk to simulate it may be delivered. other individual: or the
rM ,, CUM Matter at UM Pact Offlc .. l4...... rMr ,.... Knice/ our homes. The Lord, sky of Christmas.the bright Though starlit can- TUBERCULOSIS AN 0 AI R POllUTION "When the money Is sent, : County society we live

Art W MM** it*. iflTff.' in His love tan help us. guard dles did not become a popular 1969CXalTHA 60.EtTNGfil9ear there is no package delivered," Accordingly, we ask our
a baarlau..4. fra* anal I ,..,. filly OrafiM. our tongue and He can and part of the decorations until t Conner said. This proposal also 13 'obtain a nomination
tni4 .. r should be reported to Postal at the Chamber office if
areas I s. few will endow us with jfrace ii'we about 1700, Martin Luther is
often credited with the authorities desire to submit a recom-
_._ but let Him.
lighting the Christmas tree Conner and Bishop warned for consideration by
WAGE 12 TELEGRAPH DEC.$ IMt committee.


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Fund-raising was discussed j jat
j her
the Hampton area volunteer J bestChristmas
fire department meeting ThursI I i buy
I I day evening last week. Dec. 11. j
I A birthday and activity calen- j
dar, including advertising, Is J
'to be sold to help raise funds i
to complete the firehouse. j
Thirteen were present for the j
Hampton PTA's donation of j
$400 to the Hampton Elemen- j
tary School library is to be j
matched with federal funds for
the library Principal Leonard J I
Register told PTA President j
Joyce Collins this week. Thisis J giftI
a big boost in building the I
library to accreditation standards j

JoAnn Salter, daughter of Mr. J
and Mrs. Verdo Salter, and I
Paul Lott, son of Mr. and Mrs. J I
F.P. Lott, both of Hampton, J
received the top scores for
girls and boys, respectively, I Q U A BIG BUYS
in the senior placement testsat j
BHS. j i ON"HrjrtpLCjrtii
Ruthie Roark celebrated her
thirteenth birthday Saturday J ever 1,11 -
evening, Dec. 12, with a party
for friends at her home. J
Rev. and Mrs. Melvin flame! J -' APPLIANCES
had their son and daughter-in- rrr- t't'o.o
law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ha- j xra.a WL( m
mel, of Ft. Bliss, Texas, with J
them last week, before he Is
to be sent to VietNam with J I What '
-- the four
the army. They all drove to J are most important _.._. .
Miami during the week to visit J

Krenack with Mr.and family.and Mrs. Robert I -:.& things you want when you buy an ,

Joe Wiggins was taken to J r. ::0 =_ ,
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Mr. and :Mrs Jack Gunterof J = _
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-- -. _'... Starke will he held during the week of December

? Christmas Parade. "Have a safe Christmas" was the theme of the Junior: Woman Club's) 1, 1969. Last day of second trimesterwill

.. float, above, which won first place in the Commercial) Division in the be :March 6, 1970. Courses for high

Call Street was lined with Bradford residents who brought children Christmas parade. Second place,went to Baldwin Chevrolet.The school credit general education. typing and

to see Santa Claus in the annual Christmas Parade sponsored by the sophomore class of Bradford High won first place among floats shorthand and courses for preparation for

Starke merchants each year. The parade was termed one of the most with a religious theme. Grace Baptist Church was second and First GED will be offered.
Church third.
colorful in the town's history. Vocational and Technical course offerings

DECORATING TaKES include bookkeeping, welding auto mechanics -

Sasser Out It was In heavily-forested (i P radio & television repair refrigerationand
northern Europe that decorating air conditioning and basic clothing con
Christmas trees began.St. .
S ,{ ""' ;NGIYId WITIf.mA':1UUt +. Boniface an eighth century stuction.

air r r r Of Hospital monk who converted the pagans The GED examination which qualifies a
living in what b now
Germany, convinced them to person for a high school: equivalency diploma
J.W. Sasser lineman with the stop worshipping Odin's sacred will be administered during the weekof
City Utilities: Department, who oak and. instead to adornfir February 9 thru 13, 1970.
was burned last week when tree in their homes In trib- 1
lightning struck a power line ute to the Christ Child.
close to Mm was released
b'r -- -- -------
from the Bradford County -
: Hospital Tuesday Dec. 15.
dl"04 Sasser was seriously burned
eJ alt when struck e ;
lightning a power -fjje-Jia ji-Id
line while he was replacing
fuses in a transformer on East
; Washington Street last Wednesday -

i. Dec. 10. The lineman was f 4TABl14Mf0 1901ow
.. on a ladder when lightning
struck a power line in backof
Grace Baptist Church him. Sasser received burnson r,
'. his back and the back of
t5.; a ..... .. .. ....... his legs.
He was knocked from the WILL
ladder and fell 15 or 20 feet, AMAZE
landing on the hood of the utilities -
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1i1I HEAYEii WITH A 6UN' truck. -
i Utilities Supt Oscar Davis
said Wednesday Sasser wouldbe
off work for several weeks.

Here's a timely opportunity to do all Christmas

>cr Thieves Take choose just the right gift for ?,',?,. name your on Your /J ?aPnd0'n'0 1(note' that' 'gifts. to
for the home are the most Icomf'lifts of all.

/ \1 From Clothing HomeClothing Gifts a b o- a b a 6 d b d b b o n o

change and: Christ.
mas gifts of undeterminedvalue
were stolen from the Fantastic Recliner Values
rr home of Mrs. Loyree LaNier on
US-301 north of Starke over the
.. weekend.No ,
arrests have been made in ,.# -: ;- '.
F I the case according to Bradford ,... J, J. ;1

/ r-->i'< \ ,.-"If' -.... .. Sheriff's Deputy Robert Green. ..:_I" -- -., \ ... .:
.: f 'jJ invest'jatlng! officer. } '. '. f
.I''t First Christian CrOHS The hams: : was entered while .. --1"' ; ... .... ,.., ". t
Mrs. LaNier was Thieves .. .. .
away. .. .
) ........ j
broke glass In door leading ..
a : -. ....: : -
from the carport, reached Inside J.- -"
." .. _":' and removed the door by .... '
t '4r GUM 'Q Io.) i taking the pins! out of the 1 1"1 4/1/ ----- .rouA 0'.1/

/ III '. GU f____ hinges a=cord'ng to Deputy IA) '-......-;' __ ..-....:-""-J-... j 1-\
$ r HUVE" Green The break-In< happened ; I
between 6 p.m Saturday and! 3 I _. ---.. '_ I I"
i,& p.m. Sunday the officer said. n.( I ICI
1 ,.. 4J Mrs. LaNier: Is owner of the -
Bradford! KROEHLER -
Furniture Company
A .
Y fuf located adjacent to the home.

.'rllr't .. a' DELUXE (shown above) RECLINERS !; -. i

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Bender Dies A t.,1"
r 1 <\....- : IT HEATS .
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I Of Head WoundA \ ,.-
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27-year-old Navy man who Jrl hear .
pad Diamond '.d back $9995 'I
shot himself in the head Monday I J in Maw r.mf arced winirplatlic J 'JI" .
i Dec. 8, Is dead after livin 1 tNi I I Colort Black Ot vt )
rfjl'r\'rit' \ Studen ,. ? five days with the wound, Gold. e..0 'I -- IDIinch .
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according! lo the Bradford .,rIA '

{ eV .. .' r '1/\1.. ...[de cosy Sheriff's office. ( ) W.rhon 'eon tear Uwrhon.pan r (Iq) 3 petition N.dm.r 4 nch U'.lhon. loom 5 a, a' (
Ferrell Bender, who was sta- 1.II.d bunon bach. arm and footrvv, J 1 1 / b war U. rhon. loom on o.mr and /ooo.a gIO
... 5915Cola. 1
boned: at Cecil Field and was ion, Cold 01 Turquo.te Easy Budget Colon Bra+n Ob Oxblood To.

living in a trailer on Griffis (I) 3.I..h U'h. coal Sol."ha'dood 1.0.... (IDI) 3 pot.l.on R.(ltn.r Full IJr, thon. I loo," **Ot =
Loop just outside Staike, died No tag 'P".g. 6500 And no tog Ur.thon* loom poddod bud 9955
Friday in St. V.ncenfs Hospitalin Cola., 01... Blac. Bow.. Gold Tw..d covor Color Cold, Oi *. Awr

Jacksonville: according to 19 t 93 ill
Deputy John: Dempsey; Investigating -
Bender was found shot in the
right temple Monday, Dec. 8, Anniversary Appreciation Sale
after he failed to report for
work. H:! was apparently depressed J 2 $78
over a disagreementwith \ for .
Blocked biwo.t 'lot d bock
\ \ I a girl friend!, according to wifh rn,...Co.ri 4**' r.
\ Imo. ..r.bl. urNhon. foam uthMony
... t. CHAIRS on. wal".' Io-.h, I nn.
is investi-!
coroner's Jury .....
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gatingi the case. I ,..1...radd.d.'b... .....", .1,
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The date of the big Christmas .? i )
dinner varies around the ..
world; many countries haveit Easy Purchase
I. on Christmas Eve, beforeor \ Plank

For fun and safety the world traditional after midnight Christmas services.turkey Our Tti SWIVEL ROCKERS

does not appear on many .
over-TRAVELERS CHECKS! menus. The French reveitlon. ... MODIRM PULL UpT
a feast which occurs after mid. {s CM AIM I
Why risk the theft or loss of your vacation night mass is apt feature oysters MODIRN SWIVIlROCKER ,
and sausages; in tit e l' I. l ..... .. .
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Hyde plot c
money. all of your money. wheneverand French province of Brittany '. ', Padded. ..-h teat and.. 0 an etf b.... can d.
wherever you travel! It costs so little buckwheat cakes with sour \. ... .bo...h....M..e.,.. W.'set..'I..9 ded. rwr urppwrsd a.4 both A mo.
cream are served. The Nor ... .... .
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for you to wegian Christmas dinner features n .F..... .......... hired ..lai.4 c.*e' Ve*. .
a fish called lutfisk. Ata 'h. ,
Polish Christmas Eve dinner, ., ; '
the number of courses is fixedat 2 $48 $ '
CHECKS HERE AND NOW! seven, nine, or eleven; a for r" '' "

must Lithuanian include Christmas twelve courses feast :::; J -

one for each of the disciples.

FLORIDAOBAHK I During, Germans long, thin the and cakes Christmas Rumaniansbake that sym season Down Payment Cut To The Bone f for Inventory Cloarance

'bolae the Christ Child wrappedin

AT STARKE Ukrantan swaddling are given part clothes.the of first Russia taste In cattle the of The Buy of a Lifetime on any and all! Style Furniture is yours Now

the Christmas because
animals were the first to behold Just in Time For Christmas
Christ. In para of rural
Member Federal Insurance
Deposit Corp. Germany, this is carried ont
step further-cattle and their
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group owners both fast the day before /e Ni '7''' f S u/ "?Jew tvpd.1 9s Qe1.d'I
Christmas and eat well

. PAGE 14 TELEGRAPH DEC. 18, 1969

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: Cagers Win Pair 2 Gridders Conference

Two members of the 1969 each placed five men on the
Bradford High football team 22-man offensive and defensive
.. ,
1 i r were elected the Florida Star

by All-Conference loop coaches team Monday In voting night team.JV Cogers
A. Bolles at Bolles.

Christy; Chandler, leading Top Jackets

Winning two close games, 41- BUS ground gainer, made the
? t'd "k' all-star team as an offensive Winning Its first game of
G ,rr 40 over St. Augustine and 47- the season the Bradford
42 over Bolles, Tornado bas- back. junior High
varsity; cagers downed
ketballers Improved their Mike Norman, quarterback, St. Augustine 35-32 here last
record to 3-1 this week. ,
,i6t ti d 'i fullback, and cornerback made Friday.
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They have
Senior wlngman Mark Grau- the all-star eleven as a defensive a season record
,; dons pumped In 21 points to cornerback. to date of 1-3.
T y lead his teammates past Bolles Gary Bost led the Baby Tornadoes
here Tuesday night. The Lake City, the conference over St. Augustine with
Tornadoes led all the way but champion, Palatka, and Bolles 14 points and Malichl Henry
Bolles tenaciously stayed within had 10.STARKE.

Hei' r v reach all the way.

r In a badly played, low scoring GOLF AND
9 ,. game here last Friday the '
+ BUS cagers gradually built up ed CLUBDANCE
t' '" :u a six point lead. Coach Mike
Sexton benched his first five
with a five point 41-36 lead ,0a
with 36 seconds and the subs .
almost dropped the decisionto .

Award winning 1969 Tornado gridders are ((1-r) Bill Buby, sportsman ets'the agresslve Yellow Jackets.play The drew Jack two -s \l Dec. 31 9 Till ?

ship award; Ralph Morgan, most outstanding lineman; Mike Norman Tornado fouls and netted the MUSIC BY
and Christy Chandler, most outstanding backs. Buddy Sapp, winner Jackets four charity points.A .

of the most improved player award, was not present desperation try for last DEXTER WALTERS COMBOFrom

minute winning basket by St,
Augustine missed and BUS Johnny Jelnfrk' Agency
didn't foul that time and ex- y.,.,,,
Gridders Honored caped with a 41-40 win. $ 0.00 Per Couple B. Y. O. B.

The Tornadoes led 8-5 after
the first period and 16-12 at For Reservation Call Herb Herrea at Club.

the half. After the third period 1 RESERVATIONS LIMITED
BHS held a big 31-24 edge
At Annual over the Jackets.
Banquet"Football But the fourth period saw
BHS bucket only 10 points to
St. Augustine's I7.

is one of the great season with Washington "You must vote. If don't, Against St Augustine the Tor-
est educational tools we have Redskins had led them to a don't damn what we have today," nadoes hit! only 20 of 72 field
going for us today,"Dr.Charles winning season, as a "disci LaPradd told the BHS students. goal attempts for a low 28 rr r
LaPradd, president of St,Johns plined individual[ who demands per cent from the field. They r #
River Junior College, told pride." made only 8 of 38 field goal f"'
Bradford High football playersand -\\'hatever Joe Namath; ,quarterback Where else, LaPradd con- attempts the first half or 21
their parents at the annual of the New York Jets, cluded, can be found an economic per cent, but Improved slightly e
BIIS grid fete and awards presentation is off the field "Joe Namath system such as the pre- the last two periods witha \J
last Thursday, Dec. plays football on the field." sent on in the U.S.?Where else, 12 for 34 performance or j o
11. Namath plays football, La he asked, can be found the 35 per cent.Christy e
Pradd said, when the opposing Chandler BHSwith t
"Without athletics our team is thinking about getting side range of choices open to 12 points. Mark Braudons had
schools would certainly be in Namath.; the individual? Where else can 11, David McKnIght 8, Tim Bradford's David McKnight does as he's supposed
a more chaotic situation than -Fred Pickard, former star be found a system that has Murphey 6, and Fred Graudon to and keeps a hand in the face of this St. Augustine
they are," said the second All- FSU halfback and now coachat given so much to other coun- 4. Mike Hartley led St. Augustine player as he goes for a basket. R.H. (Russe ) Green Jr.9"l
with 16 points. Chand-
American football player the Terry Parker High[ Schoolin tries? .
University of Florida overproduced Jacksonville, was singledout ler also had 23 rebounds for t;)' Chandler was purposefullyfouled
LaPradd a Gator Tac- for the enthusiam he ex- "Where else Is there any- BHS. i as Bolles fought for the ST. AUGUSTINF BOX
kle in 1950-53, was named all- erts in life. The small Pick- thing like the American Dreamwe On top of their poor average |basketball. But Chandler sank BHS- McKnight 4-0-8, Grau-
Southeastern Conference All- have?" the All-American from the field against St. dons 5-1-11, Chandler 6-0-12, .,"' ..
ard was recruited so FSU could j both shots to end the game *- "" ..,. ..
Southern, and All-American as get a 220-pound tackle. The asked.In Augustine, the Tornadoes sunk with a 47-42 BHS win. Murphey 3-0-6, :Marks 0-0-0, t" : ':,' : I- :>...J."" ..''. it' ..f'"I' ; to<':.j\
Graudon 2-0-4 Riherd 0-0-0 ( ...... .. .
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a senior in 1953. big tackle didn't last long, La- only one of 11 free throws. .... .. j, ""f, Ui\I'., \
Pradd said, "And we tried for award presentations, grld- "I don't take anything away Chandler scored 8 points, Johns 0-0-0, McGee 0-0-0, |l -<..,, '
He has been presidentof ders lettering for the first time 0-0-0, and Brown 0- ",
from St. Augustine. We were Register '
two years to run Pickard off. second high for BUS. He and
JC since 1965 and prior to that were presented with big red just terrible," Coach Mike Sex- was Dean of :Men at Florida -A jackets purchased by the Qua- ton said. St. Augustine- Meade 1-0-2 < TO ;
player must win without j McKnight had 6 points, Tom w20o/o 50
State University.Amid boasting and must lose without terback Club as is traditionalat ]Marks and Fred Graudon each aughn 1-1-3, Grider[ 1-4-6, Face VaiuI'
the usual jokes and excuses.Of BHS. Eight players who did( had 5, and Tim Murphey had Sanders 3-0-6, Roberts 2-2-6, < banter of a light football ban- not miss a single day of practice BOLLES GAME Bissett 0-1-1, Hartley 1216.1
150,000 college studentsin 2 points and 6 assists. 1981 OR BEFORE
quet speech Dr. LaPraddmadethe regardless of injury or Against a tough Bolles five Totals 15-10-40. l r.., \
the U.S. today, the public BUS Improved [its Held ".," Also we will buy 116S Hiilves
Tuesday the Tornadoes im- goal s' I Nickels 1959 '.
following points: any reason, were recognizedand or .
hears ,.,
of the
only "two three :
or 1 before
-Football teaches a youth to will be presented with a proved their play considerably, j percentage slightly over the BOLLES BOX Cents 1931:; or before.
be dedicated, to sacrifice, and percenter. silver football. according to Coach Sexton.They |St. Augustine game but still BUS- :McKnlght 2-2-6, Grau- \ ..1, ,'.., WE BUY SELL OR TRADE ,
to be dependable. -Educators must make to- penetrated Bolles' zone defense \hit only 18 of 61 attempts for dons 8-5-21, Chandler 3-2-8, '
-]He held up professional day's youngsters keenly under- Ralph Morgan, defensive sig- from the wing[ from the top 30 per cent. But they greatly :Murphey 1-0-2. Marks 2-1-5, i I BULLINGTON'S Starkc /: ).
ball coach Vince Lombardi, who stand their nal caller and three-year let- of the key and from the base- improved their free throw Graudons 2-1-5. Totals [18- '.
made the Green Bay Packers develop them responsibility, and terman, was named the Most line, the coach noted. 'shooting sinking II of 18 char- 11-47. i c ".*\. Phones Day .064-7271 Night*'-*4.S250 "' .
into team and national academically so Outstanding Lineman by Tor ity shots for 61 per cent. Bolles- Gillanger 3-2-8, *'0 "'t........_. .. .__ _.. ,
a great _
they can meet the next hurdlein '-- ... "_. .. : ..- "__ .... _.
Mark Graudons 2l-polntper ; ...
In / ..
champion and who in his first life. nado coaches. Morgan was an scoring his 21 points, Mark Walter 2-0-4, Davis O-O-Ole-! "I r 0.0 .... .V' ',. .... """," Y' .
offensive guard and defensive formance, Sexton said, was "by i Graudons hit on 8 of 17 attempts gas 11-2-24, Skinner 3-0-6, v {( .:t'l. ''1' r f I _

linebacker. He was named line- far his best"ball The game.veteran lie was i for 47 per cent. Margol 0-0-0. Totals 19-4-42. -. .;"\- .y.,1 1III'< ....!o.I:'," .' '_,.. .,. 0 \
man of the week four times outstanding. .
during the 1969 season. year wingman's was 13 pervious points. "He high could this .-.-.-.-.-................................................................................

.-G' Two players, Christy Chand- score like that every game," .,:-. i
:. ler and Mike Norman, were Sexton says. ,:-,:-.
honored as the Most Outstanding Putting the pressure on the J.:-::: Order Your i iot'
Back when coaches could'nt Bulldogs, the BUS five attacked :....::
.. make a choice between them. Bolles' zone defense success -,:-:: :
Chandler was a halfback and fully In the first period, jumping ,
!l1// the leading BHS ground gainer. off to a 14-8 lead. But I INVITATIONSNOW I I
Norman was a fullback and qua BHS scored only six points the :":" ,\ \ :,:. I
rterback. Chandler played line second period, four by ...."."
backer and Norman cornerbackon Graudons and one bucket by (' ::::
defense. Me Knight[ as Bolles came with 1\0\\ ,:-,:-:,:-:
in two points, 0-18, at the .:::: i
The Calvin J. Houpt Sports- ........ !
at1tea' manship Award, which Dr. half.Three straight baskets by .:::. .
Houpt was present to present, Mark Graudons in the third :... I
was given to three-year let- period saw BHS open a five

an terman offensive Bill guard Buby.and Buby defensive was gin point fluctuated 29-24 lead.from That five to mar-two ..............#...(."..-..-."""'.--_. ', ..#.............., 19 I C I r Baccalaureate-e.--e.AnnounumentSI--ee..e.- I

tackle on the 1969 squad and points the remainder of the At No _
was the starting center before game, but BHS stayed ahead.
being shifted. Bolles big[ center, Chris Ragas -
poured in 24 points to Senior Class 01---970--
Newcomer; Buddy Sapp,a sen- keep the Bulldogs !in the game. i '
ior playing football for the first
Regas drove down the key and
time and a starting tackle, was :
recipient of the Most Improved forced his way in for many )t- z ::h >>
lay-ups, plus he had several :
Player award.In tip-ins. We use America's Finest Gradual

To insure other presentations the Bolles came out !in a full : l t t ''t::h :>'tcYt o 't-"a: tion Invitation Stock. The fine pa
Athletic Department of BUS court press in the closing min- : d.
u.e invitations is the
presented Clyde Terwillegar] a utes of the fourth period and
plaque for services to the ath- pulled within one point, 43-42 : NO ADVANCE DEPOSIT same as that used for invitation. to
domestictraocjuility with 1:45 left. But the Torna
letic teams. Terwillegar Mo- : Presidential
tors provides the departmenta does closed the gate then. NECESSARY inaugurations the
Ford station wagon each year. The BHS five penetrated the .: Very Best!
A plaque was also presentedA.N. press for a fast break bas .
(Doc) Holliday, timekeeper ket by Murphey on a layupto
at all basketball and foot- make it 45-43. Then they i More
ball games. got the ball out of bounds by Quality For Your Money
forcing the Bolles offense to .
The annual hurry with good defensive play.
banquet was sponsored 'i
.. by the Bradford Quarter For several seconds at the EXTRA BONUS! If at least 2,000 invitation are

back Club. President Ben Mox-, end the BHS zipped the ball : PLUS ordered, The Telegraph will donate $50 to the'SeniorClass
.<'" "), ley presided. around in a stall. Then Chris-
\\.; ';" ,\'. "'....,:r"O i Scholarship Fund. For all over 2,000 we will

V. \'1.0 co I." ,:'(\ pch1 \ ...,; : contribute 2c invitation.
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",\\''','5,,\-0'..,,,...\'<-..".....'I...a\\r'4; rti\ .: '(\ OP. Tournament : Joyce Allen at School, or at The Bradford

I)\...\.,f'o. I. cc,,,. ...."o. .'i.' \' ., ,c.. i County Telegraphs a
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.c ,o ... Park Christmas
<: '(\ .\(\ the Orange They were beaten by Green
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,.\'.c.I.\'I.c.,.. +. c.'I.\.1G Basketball Tournament this, Cove in the first game this ALSC
.hor\ as\' \\\c.O ttzoca ; Friday and Saturday, Dec. 19- season. CARDS FOR INVITATIONS & KEEPSAKES!
"coy 'c'l.;\\atca ar\I 'b *ocbstOtote The Tornadoes entered the
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t: \\\c.. hc'('r>)1.,0 \\Loft High will meet Bolles Christmas Tournamentlast
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s I No Limit
dN To
0\1.\",\ '\9t\LZcako anoottqtr Orange Park at 7 p.m. Fridayin year and won it, beating Choice From
,< ,, Palatka
\ : a the opening game. West Nassau High and Fer
+ a\\y o\\\-ofott \\' South will meet Fernandina nandlna Beach.Consolidation. :

\+c 5,\0\1G'r>1G\4,10ptzg to; ..,. Beach 9 p.m. Friday.in the second game at high school In Nassau with a County Negro- 21 Type Styles -- 26 Card Styles Be Different f !

tizot a m A consolation grime will[ be ; has aided Fernandina tremendously -'
1G played at 7 p.m. Saturday with BHS Coach Sexton
Tallymasterbr the championship game set for says.
9 p.m Admission to the tournament
Fernandlna, undefeated after will be. $1 for adults and 50 32-Page Memory Book-$2.Z5 Padded Appreciation Gifts $2
four games this week, Is cents for students.
'VICTOR the favorite to win the tourney After the Christmas holidays Thank You Cards
The Nassau County team Tornado cagers will resume -
WITH' SUBTRACTIONJ.. 4- has two big men, 6-6 and 6- their regular schedule
4, and a good outside shootIng rith three straight home games.
guard. They will be tough They will host Lake City next I BRADFORD COUNTY T UEGIA.H
AT THE TELEGRAPH to beat BHS Coach Mike Sex- Jan. 6, Live Oak on Jan. 9,
ton says. and Green Cove Springs In a

The Tornadoes will take 3- return match Jan. 13. i...........8.....................?................................... .


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..Renault; A Time Of Predators of the late William R. and Ada ZltG1ItZZN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST "
.-\'ores; The Ghosts Crawford He was n retired!: firmer CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH. LA80 rEYSunday Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; BETHEL BAPTIST! CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIANStnday .
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning School 9:45: a. tri.
Noon Carr Shivering and member of the Union
High -- ; a CHURCH School: 10 a.m. Montlo. .- Morning Worship and Communion -
LATTER-DAY SAINTS Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening Morning SS'ship! 11 a. m. iFellowship
Sands--Holt. Primitive Baptist: Church. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 11:15.: Ihmdq8el'Ylee Service 11 a, m. Eveningservices "
416 East 7:30 PrayerMeeting 6 m. Choir Prac--
Call St. Worship : p. m.; p.
Surviving is hs! wldoLe-
Mlctt 6:30.: Hlchway.US. 6:00.:
Worship Service, 11 a.m. ':::
ADULT NON-FICTION Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday tce.'ednesd.1Y: 8 p. m
Crawford of Lawtey six
cna :! ; Evening Service 7 nortttwest of LawteReY.B. \Ved csdaVorshlp service T .
I Can't Wait Until Tommor- daughters Mrs. Cleo Ledford:! of Friday Night Cottage p.m.Prayer a.m. Sunday School, 10. Sacra- L. Bennett pMtor. >. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. -Rsv, J, C Saunders pastor. -- Rev Robert D. Burcbi :;

row--Namath; Footprints On Rock Hill S. C.: Mrs. Los! Meeting. ment, 11:15.Monday: MORGAN
The Moon--Associated Press; C""'ford pnd Mr q. Lucille Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINS LEVEL BAPTIST ROAD CHAPELSunday GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH ,
Thursday Night, ,
Prayer -9:45: a m. S1.U1d.l3'SChool
Between Parent And Teen- Carton) : both of Lawtey: Mrs. in Tuesday MIA. 7:30: p.m. Sunday fiebool. 10 a. m. :Morning Highway 100-A \
Meeting church 7:30: p.m. HAMPTON CHRISTIANCHURCH 11:00: a. m. Morning
Recognizing Flo-
ager--Ginott; Wednesday Relief Society Pre-Bero
Mrs U
Betty Davis. Hampton: Worship m.
Youth Service Tuesday night : Worship, 6:00: m. Training:
wering Wild PlantsGrimm; Shirley Sawyer. Miami: and 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band TOIBW p. Sunday School, 10 am. MornIng -
7:30: Sunday School 10 m. Morn-' Union, 7:00: .
,American Mariott a. p m. Evening Wor- '
; Mrs Bonnie Lord Greensboro:; p.m.Ivy -Dean Hansen People, sad Prayer Service), 6 I. ; Worship 11. Training: : Union -
Luke, Pastor ing; Worship at 11. Evening
Home Gun Care & Repair--
N. C.: three sons M.tchMl.Donnls. ; Branch President p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m Worship 7:30 ReCarl ablp.Wednesdaj 7 p.m. Evening Worshipi
; : 7:3u
Ackley Life In Italy At : Prayer Services
and Charles Crawford:! Midweek Sea-vice. Wednesday 8. Wednesday Pl'3rerIt'eUr.g.: k
Time Of The :edicl--Gage: ; SMYRNA: MISSIONARY Clarke, pasto;'. 1st and 3rd Wednesday '
all cf Lawtey: three sisters BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30 p. m. B. R. Dower, D. D.Mtcr. night 1:00: 8 p.m. Rev Don Drawdy,
Hatshepsut--Wells; Packer Dynasty p. m. Family night.
; --Bengtson; Passages Of Mrs Floyd King. Li\vtcy: MrsEss'e 1 W3 W. Pratt: St. Sunday ser- BAPTIST MISSIONU. Pastor .
Thought.Taj'lor; Twentieth Adk'.ns and:! Mrs. Leona. 'icee: Sunday School. 10 a. m S. 301 North, behind TM- ..- -

Century Interpretations Of Pott. bosh of Cicoa: three Preaching, 11 1m.. Training tee Freez Drive In. Sunday I .
Heat's Odes .. Sdlllnger; brothers. E. S. Crawford: Miami Jnlvii, 5:43: : p. m. Etcuing, Wor- School 10 a.m. Worship Ser I
Sportsman's Guide To Game : and William! and Ramie ship, 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice. 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer

Fish..Dalrymple; Twentieth Crawford starke: 44 grandchild Elder A. O. Flynn. pastor, Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. .1 n MJ
Century Discovery--Asimov; dren. and two great grandchildren. -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L.

The Auto People Repair In\lanual--Chl1tons:Power Wooster;; Funeral. service were held:! at ST.CHCRCII:-MARK'S STARKE EPISCOPAL Griffls, associate pastor. J / / ///////// / I

Twentieth Century Interpretations 11 a.m. Tuesday in: the Union Sunday Services: EVERGREEN BAPTIST
Of The Castle-- Neu- Primitive Baptist Church with !8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist.: '
Interpretations 9-30: < a. m. Church School. Hlghw x_ JJk No-rthtiMt of / $..
meyer; Twentieth Century Elders B. H. Rawls. H rman
Of l'topla--Xel- Moody anJ O. M. Yavbroujhofficiating. 10:30: i. m. Family Service. Lawtey. Sunday School. Iflajm.) / // / :.
son. Interment will! follow (Hvly; Eajiiuiut ut Lad 3rdSundays Mornlnr! Worship 11:15. Sunday (.'
in the family ptt! in Dyal : ; Horning Prayer 2nd R. Night Service. 8:30.--Rev.. i. / :
Bennett /////star/
JUVENILE: FICTION Cemetery under:! direction of and 4th Sundays). paator. I I

Goodbye, Dove Square.McNelll / .
DeWitt C, JCTH... Funeral Home. I

; Please Stand Clear Of BROOKER, FLA. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke k f .' / :{
It has become unfashionableto
The Apache Arrows--West- Rev. Jim .
Temple pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Worshli '\III'
reich: :Marco And The Sleuth say this ; i it may be embar- Sunday School. 10() a.m. Ron Service. 11 a. m. i.nd 7:30: p ; :::

Hound.-Foster; Cose Of The rassing to hear it; but I believe Bristol. Superintendent Train- m. Prayer Meetin; Friday 7:3': i nament and symbol the star for the top _____ %f
Fugitive Firebug Corbett; that America is the most lovely Ing Union. 6:43: :
p.m. Lowell p..m-Rv, Y. W. KId! pastor:! .
ethe/ tree This is to remind us othat/ 1*
Two Time Rookie--Archibald; and livable of all nations. I be- Douglas Director. Worship /

Gre3'Ung--Yolen; :Mystery Tun- lieve, that Americans are the Services 11 a.m.. 7:30. Lavern wonderful/ day when the child Jesus was __ (

nel--Bothwell; Hard Drive To kindest and most generous of Outlaw, music director. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH born in a manger and the tar shown IheI !

Short And -The-Christopher Bull--Hoff; ; Contrary Roberto all people. I believe that there DE DAN BAPTIST CHURCH (Highway Sch 100 xl at Theressai ;,:. / way "for( u Sunday < -10 a. m.
Jenkins--Caudill; How,Hippo-- are no underprivileged Amer- BROOKER Morning Worship! -11 a. m, \ t / cast and art come to uvrflup, him" Let __ :r
Brown; Small Pig--Lobel; The icans; that even the humblestof
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Training Ulon-6:30:
p. m. I the star on the tree remind you to attend _
Cat with
Witch The And The Base- us are born a privilegethat 11 and 7p.m.
Services a.m. Evening WOl's111p-7J5:
p. m.
ball Bat--Hoff: Blue Jacket. places us ahead of any Training Union 6 p.m.- Wednesday Night Prayer Services church and worship him too +.
War Chief Of The Shawnees-- ::
one else, anywhere else : the Rev. Lacy Conway pastor -7:30: p. m. Rev Merle v <:<
Eckert. privilege of living and work- PackJisun pastor. -
ing in America, or repairingand FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The Church is Cod'l appointed agency ;in this world :v
JUVENILE: NON-FICTION renewing America ; and STARKE \ for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and :

Of Scandinavia Welfare-:-Edwards The Challenge The one more privilege that no one Opportunities for service: FIRST Ab6 MBLOF GOD .. s.., of His demand for man to respond to that love by
Wonderful World Of Energy-- seems to get much fun out of Sunday School 9:45: ; Marnlncf OF STARKE \ loving his ne:ghbor. Without this grounding in the __ :

Hogben; When Insects Are Babies lately; _the privilege of loving Worship at 11: sermon "Good Weal Weldon St. and Raltord + love of Cod no government or society or way of/ life .;twill

--Conklln; The Human Story America. Tidings of Great Joy. YWA Road long persevere and the freedoms which we hold :::
.. covered ash!! luncheon at the Sunday School: luuu( : a. m. I
Hofstein; The Many Ways -AI CappCambridge so dear will inevitably perish, Therefore, even from
.. Associatlonal 11:00: a. m. :Meaning Worship; \
Of : church 12:15.:
Seeing Moore. Mass a selfish point of view one should supportth. Church I
Carol Sing at Graham Baptist 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00:
k for the sake of the welfare of
Church. 2 p.m. Training Union, p. m. Evangelistic! Services. : : himself and his family \ :;

6:15.: Christmas Cantata "BornA Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid- ::' Beyond that, however every person should uphold ..... tf;:
King," presented! by the week Prayer :Meeting. ;: and participate in the Church because it tells the truth ..........

Church and Youth Choirs, 7:30.: Pastor: Lester F Richnidson.HEILBRONN cy:: \ about man's life death and destiny; the truth which *:
Wednesday Prayer Meet- f::; \ alone will set him free to live as a child of God. "- ::::

yoeu4e4lIy tlfjOffOVA. / ing 7:30.: Church Choir Prac- : BAPTIST :;:; \ \ -

tice, 8:15.W : CHURCH: HIGHWAY 16 N. \ -.
4I.4Jf at A. Hojan, pastor. Sunday: School, 9:45: a. m. I j
I Morning: Worship 11. Training :: -. :
'%'HBJ: NZWa : MADISON STREET :Jnton 6:30 p. m. Evening Serico ,; .'
HENRYGRADY BAPTIST CHUFCH \ 7::30. ?Iid-Aeek Prayer Ser \U N 'Ql "-", 11

Opportunities: for service: vice 7:30.: jri ,>_ ,- .

Sunday School. 9:45.: Morning -Rev. Xi. Tommy Howe/ Pastor .. _.YjC / .*{

Worship. 11, Youth Choir Practice ;
I'r HOTEL. 4:30.: Youth Fsllswshlp GK.IHA.M BAPTIST CHURCH I::: 227II : .L :

( rl i-1 (C9t' Supper. 5:45.: Training Union, Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning :., _., .:(0.:.
6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle, 7:13.: U'oiship! 11 :a. m. and 7 p. .:: ". ;:,:.
'_> nciniatwcc sty lau.dfIJ : Evening Worship 7:30.-: Den- m.-- Rev Fred! Johns, pastor \ ,

ton Sumrall pastor. NEW RIVER BAPTISTS I I qIIN J1

e pte4 se you l bS FIRST UNITED METHODIST :ay School, 10 :a, m. Morn- \ \ '" '" .-

Worship 11 a. m. Training xy
The ultimate in downtown convenience. Closest to STARKE
Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship,
Atlanta Merchandise Mart theaters; in centerof Sunday Church School,
the finest shopping area. Beauty and Barber Shops, 0:45: : Morning Worship. Serviceof I p. m. Wednesday night service .1
7:30 m. Everyone wel- 3 3r
Theater, Secretarial and Services Beverage : p.
Shopping Nine Lessons and Carols, 11 :2
store Sundries stand.Superb meeting and ballroom o'clock; MYF Snack Supper, E.m. 'ome-L. L. Parker, pastor .

facilities. All rooms air-conditioned; and with TV. .. .: MYF Meetings 6:30: : .:.

Evening:: Worship Christmas Airpark Baptist Church r FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE ;
New Motor lobby-drive right into the
Musical Program, Three Choirs Sunday School, 9:45: a.mIorn.; : .
VH. hotel Reasonable rates
Participating: 8 p.m. Ing Worship, 11:00: a.m.; Even 11'
Monday ing Worship 7:00: p.m.; Wed.
f d Downtown it Peachtrei t Cain Sts
Christmas Party in Fellowship Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Ph. 964.7231 '
P.O. Box 1416 I Bill Edwards -
AND Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
f_ 1_. Hall 7 p.m.Tuesday 7:00 p.m. Study on Book of
Phone 404/524-3211) ,"f
Adult Caroline Psalms C. J. Sheffield, Pastor Tra-Inff :;.:

RE TAV1 .A TT OOOICTAIL LO VNQB Party 6 p.m.Wednesday. Christmas Eve Everyone Welcome. U-HAUL RENTALS'Headlight Adjostlnf ;sTruck

ATLANTA, GEORGIAI Candlelight Holy Communion !KINGSLEY LAKE PAPTIST Trailer Brake Sendee :

11 p.m. % Balance and *
School: 9:30 Complete Lubrication .
-DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. Sunday : ; Training: ;
Pastor Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning 1 Minor Tune-Ups Alignment j
:Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Wor-
1011 N. Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE :: ;
ship 7 p.m.; prayer Meeting Temple :'-:;:"':'. .d

I GAINESVILLE Business 7:30:Interim Wednesday pastor;', Rev. Fred PHONE 964-5899 AD Minor Repair

DirectoryMOBILE Munro. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Are. Stark&
.. s
FIRST l.'JlRlS'CI.'UVRCII: Hlway 301 and 100 I f
Air Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial !\ HOMES Sunday Service: : Sunday SUPPLIES, Inc. ;

Equipment School 0:45: a. m. Morning Worship -
Air Conditioning: *10 S. Temple Starke m:
Featuring Ace Hardware LAWSON
10:45: a m. Evening Service
Heating By 6:30: p. m. :Midweek Service Complete Paint Supplies I::::
General Electric Santa Fe Tractor, Mobile Homes, Inc. Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. and Sporting Good MEAT MARKET 1

: Rnss's Sheet Metal Inc. FORD Gainesville's Discount Mobil -Charles Reese minister j Check With U. First" AND COLD STORAGE a;!i1
Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. Farm Tractors ft Implements
Home Sale LoL
I Tel. 376-8282 USED EQUIPMENT I 219 Washington St. 964-5270 IIl&Upter1111 1111 1111iDe
.... ... NEW MOON CAPELLA EDWARDS v. Specialise la Custom
""" .. ART SERVICE: Now just remember, all is1 f
BRONZEWOODLow Cutting and Wrapping ::
AUTO SALES 4488 N W Cth ::
Ph. 376-2X3: well for those of us who love
Monthly Payments : Grocery and Market Prepared for Deep Freeae =;1:1I. :
the Lord for behind
the dim ..
GARDEN SUPPLIES 4820 N. W. 13th 378-136 I... FLORIDA ..... ::::
; BRASINGTONCADILLAC unknown, standeth God within GrL '
OLDSMOBILE the shadow, keeping watch a- ..J T; -r... WHOLESALEPhone :

SALES *. SERVICE Johnson & Faris, Inc. bove His own. This I believebe -- UT GAa'iND: OIL 964.7059 i11I %

Fine Selection of Used Can nrslCBALDWIN not afraid. I'I
:: Taken Oa Cadillac Trade SEEDS PLANTS Jack ajrf CMy Edwards PALMETTO STREET I)
-: 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-8301 Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
PIANOS ORGANS : U. s. 301 Smith Start

t Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA plots Of THI,AITIITS'4iPINun Sf* R HE: :' s. arrlM CD.
We Rent Fertiliser Spreader I' PHONE '"-UtI.

:; 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-047C MUSlCco. : 'BRADFORD COUNTY Ii f

tUSINCfSTtRECTOirY: UI Ie. Call St. Starke Fla. :1 TELEGRAPH i;

4 wheel drive and ears MATERNITY WEARFOR O'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-535 ,
1s. 964-5745 for FREE
Sales Parta Service (
Clean Used Toyotas MOVERS La?bastion and Estimates .
1700 N. Main 976-1266 M017IERS-TO-BE I BRADFORDABSTRACT :

,', A FULL LINE OF 0 Long Distance Moving AUTO, ERVICfc *.;= .... .. TYPEWRITERS :C

::: Beauty Academy Lingerie Dresses Slacks O Storage PackingCrating CO. 'ADDING MACHINES x

::: Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits 0 Shlppbur Gilbert Si: Brown WILLIAMSJEWELRY

POWELL'S Free Estimates Call
HILL'S SOstdard 011 Bcrvlee Stales 'PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50
: H ATLASTIRE I I 'to 1625. Take the drudgery out
:: Beauty Academy -
INC. '
Title Probfoms
BATTERIEA of paper work.
Van Service Inc. Official Clu ;
: : Learn a Profession In Your p..et Terms Read 8errlaPRONE Rings
y 708 W. University Opp. S.F.J.C. H..._. Diaaonda Abstracts LEGAL FORMS. j
; : Spare Time. Pull or Part Time 3340! N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vlll 661.7071 -
.. .. 219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 372-4271 407 N. 'T.m.l. SUtsw- BULOVA WATCHES
'- Tltl.lswrne.
ELECTRIC MOTORS ,... lor'JJ.URST 142 W. Can St. Stark.
I S 158 W. Can Po.... Mt-fill

ELECTRIC 'N DRAG 70t SHELL _Phox 94.704_

I Repair Co. 0 Griffin Salts ,Service StAtibntia CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERAJflssfF. c I
Arrow Shirts Florahelm Sho .
Of Gainesville. Inc. 0 Formal Rental I C.t666 pUa -,.|Akrf ssttaa. .Onami By HUM* W. Serve 1m TW.IT N.rtk..M FMrHs C/ ........ O.1U1bSl1.. Un JWW i
Repairing Rewinding Ladles Sportswear Tire! 41 BvlterROADflET

:.-;..... New and Used 2 STORES-i3: W. UNIVERSITYaad EMctzilsly".yat0.0.. $...... "' I 1=
:.... Mil N. R. 11th .... 17MUM lAINFJtVILLE MALL 101 aacI.JJt.--.8IMIIe.. Sri
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PAOE1; -. -

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Ma, and flu tha oilvln.il.. with Starke. County of Bradford. South Starke llradlora County.KIM.'dc lice the fictitious I nome to. rter of thf i..I" "t a all.I@6i.' .",.,"Pt-
tlM ('I.rk..t the al o\ BIJKUcourt .. The name and milr"' i nf th.
FIorldnIntends to register wit: SOUTHERN .f the
on or" before December ".'J, State of sold flctltloua name withtheClerk Wells. P. O. Box 607, under which It IKarred Hulk*d from Sales the Law.provisions anlil' ".ln"".. transferors. l N: :Mildred Mopts.
HO.: otlivrulaa n. judKementmay of the Clrt-ult Court Fla In bunlnvas at 116 THK OI.MOnnd and her hunhnnrl PImn11rd1.s
.. be entered against; yuu (orth pf Bradford County Florida. StDaktSd Ui27th day of Novem- fcrorth Walnut Street. In theCity being.being known located. a In Clay {'oun- P. 0 n. x 4" Lakrllenevn, Flor-
..... rllef dfinundud' in the coin.IpI.Iat Quality Mobile Home Brokers.Inc. bar, A. D 196" at Starke, Bradford : of Starke. Florida. ;; : tv. Florida and being onl'J, 'hV Idl2r. O. .
or pi-tit ton.Witness In .
i I County Florida That the party Interested ;; Slmmlp Moss and Mllilu'd :M"' H <, nf.J.U'
Rlleala 4731fiS : my hand nd the .eatef 12-4 4t n.ZIS aid business enterprise Is a.rOIlDW. Tinname ana Jd'f"
-S- DRvhlcLaurln nixnin Inc H eurp I-:;{
said Court November :Zi: Oy hi wife; to : transferee I": OI5CMO. "
David lcLaurln. \ rntlnn existing under the laws corporation Rout I,
1 Florida
v J4 1SBEAD) 12.5 4t 12.25 TRADE NAME LAW W. King; Grant President. 919 !f: of the Stale/ of Florida A Box 442 Keyetone }HelRht Floreffective -
W. Peacturee St. N. 13. Atlanta. .
Virginia F. Ad Interim (Notice VnUer Na.- : .Clnrlce J. Crabtrc : .
Darby Fictitious 32630 ,
BAPTIST *** Ifl"t' n >- sat
hereby tho
of said court. ] 12-1S The
11-27 4tchit willcontinue .
Sunday School, 10 By Bvulah :M. :Moody !! KICTITIOIH N.''-'IW Notice !I. hereby given That tlce that said cornnintlon ls mldnlRht. redIt.retpllcuI.1, < '.
tun. to the '
; Imslnef nt '
pursuant .
As Deputy Clerk Notice !Ic hereby given that the undersigned c. the ,, rialm of .. .
Morning Worship 11 a.m.Training ; 1.1 i 4t 12.28.tlee the. undeisinned under the provisions .the "Fictitious Xnme Statute. The Bradford County Board same lo?Atlon. and thnt It a mn oaf apnLllnil
Union, 8:30 of Chapter 20.053 LAWSof Chapter No. 20933.;; I.*ws of Fl or- Clf Public Instruction. will receive l l sumes And I Is bound to ]>n\ thohU of the Ante flrM n.i
: p.m.Evening ; fader Florida Acts. of 1941 will Ida 141. as amended by Chap. sealed. bids. until 10-10: A. debts of "glinmlv :M"'s nnil of this| | not"If* toMvron: r 1"'
: Worship 7:15: ; Wednei. K .."'I.lou.nme renlstor with the Clerk of the tar 20760. Laws of Florida' 1051.. M.. Tuesday. January 0. 19.0, at \ wlf"11I"r..d Moss Incurred. In. vatt. Attornev. at'LaI' (L
bimlneiw.and .
day evening Prayer Stntut 'Circuit Court In And tor Brad and Floridaa1967.beiflhl Sectlon') Its offices Ill North Court the operation of said Bnc f11a t c} rtuae lI"lght
Notice la hereby given that lord Count, Florida, upon proofof of Street Starke. Florida for the : thnt said cotpointlon a 1205.
7:30: with choir practice after th. undernlKni-d; ileslilnn to en- publication of this notice of 86509. Florida Statutes will rein ale of the Water Oak School 'oMent.. ,. c'n,,?'" MOSS
In Iuplnepe l under the fictitious I. the Cir of the buspirss1s
axe ntFEI.I 3 two acre The location
approximately' .
ward. Telephone fictitious name and : ..
4734188. the ndtfor rl1.'r"rl1.; "
name of CRE3TVIUWMOBILE APPLIANCE SAI.US, AND SERVICE cultaCourtt a Bradford more particularly described a. at the Junction of S H. :N INC.Ity .
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM IIOMCS: at 1S48 NorthT.mple under which I am engaged County. Florida upon receipt of tot lows: .* 100 and S. n. No.214: npnroxlmatelv ,, GIZMO J T. Crnhtreeqarce
Qn Dec. 21 onlY Training Un Avenue In the. City of In business. at. U.S.. ;. 301. proof of publication of this norrrt.rrrrr Commencing at the Southwestmale Lake. 05 Geneva milethe I".rrh Omith.! i'.t ot Ctarlce{, J. Crab- r 12.11'... rsr:t .M.nt'12-U

ion will not be held at Hops; .. leraltarrrlaa 1 I.rrrrrrrrrr ----- p---- .
r r r r r--------------
Baptist! Church: due to the presentation =--=---===--:--- "'!!----==

of the Christmas 1 i .-r --l
Program which will begin at 7 i
o'clock an:i will also( serve as SIRLOIN
the Sunday evening service. I
Church's pastor and hU

Packham. extend warmest I 1

wishes to allor a Joyous; 1 I I
Christmas and a Nsw Y ar i !
rich In blessings. ILS.D.A. I I
,The Dec. 15 meeting of the GRADE
New Life Bible Club was the I I IR 1
last to be held before the suspension 1 1 I FOOD FAIRI.S.CHIH R 1

meetings during the; 1 11 $ 1O9
holidays. The club will resume II
regular meetings on Monday I I I I

afternoon, Jan. 5, after school:: I
at the mobile: Chll ren's Chapel I :
at Hope Baptist Church. 1I 1

I:WE'RE GLAD TO REPORT I 18 to C I j -----------rrrrrrrrr I II

That Mrs. Rae Beahler has I I U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK I I
returned: to her home and isReeling

::;month's stay better at the fallowing UnivsrsityM *; I 24lbs1Oto14lb : I ROA5T..LB58 I I

: 41cal Center in Gainesville LB I
To Duane Scans Dec 13. On I CHRISTMASDAY
:Saturday\ afternoon 19 cf Du.-\ I I I ROAST..LB78 I I
:ane's friends gathered: at his!
:home to help h'm' celebrate hi:* turkeys I 1

:7th friends;: birthday.!enjoyed: :! Duane games and and de.Ms i .... I U.S. CHOICE FULL CUT ROUND I PRICES GOOD THROUGH I II

:llcious! refreshments of birth:!.,. I I < I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24th.quantity I

;.' Belated:! Happy Birthday also I ALSO AVAILABLE AT SLIGHTLY HIGHER PRICES. I ..... LB I I
'to Mrs. Merle Paskham:: Jr.,
Dec. 2. and Mrs Merle Pack-
ham Sr.. Dec. 3. Obssrving
bath birthdays! the PackhsmsSr. FLORIDA GRADE'A'
and Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Bill! QUICK FROZEN 6RADI'A'
Phillips! an: Billy and Man: ;! FRESHFRYERS
Mrs. Clyde Hall enjoyed ice Ijl TURKEYDRUMSTICKS
cream and cake on the evenIng -
of Dec. 2. On the 3rd, Mrs.J. .
A. Gnann Mrs. J D. Grif- -_t.h1I, l '41
fls and Mrs. Packham Sr. were
In Gainesville shopping and LB a er
Mrs. Packham was their guest! WHOllACQID I
at\ dinner; and; that evening
after prayer meeting Mr. and
Sirs.\ George Payne. Mr. ani
Mrs. Malcolm Adams Rev and
Mrs. Packham and Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Dyal gathered at
the Dyal home for ice cream
Packham... OUIEMTURKEY t
i Hot or
,'. Pvt. David Grlffls and
.P\t. Matthew Packham whd> I
;:arrived!! this week for Christmas
:leave from Ft. Jackscn. S. C.,
:'where they are attending! radio 4L J i .
:teletype school and t3 David QUARTHUNT'S
: Leper, U. S. Navy who has
; been stationed! in California.
We are sure there must be
:"other servicemen from the community : -
:' on leave about wham:
:'1\'e have not hear!!' as yet, and
?:;want to say Welcome Homer
:.and Merry Christmas to all of SILICT. IM.PITTISJ12ox SPICED
;.f Lindsay IT. > !
MI TM*> D f MAS*
._: The good wishes and: thoughts OLIVES IN S'RUP
1 of the community are with J. MIXED CANDY
.:.'it:, R. Hixon who at this! writln;; VNOil KIBMIl.VACUUM PACKIB 290Z JtT
y';!!' is a patient at the Veterans: CANS 4/l 3/l EACH
;;. Hospital! In Gainesville. 5lOOIDEN 3 3lM ONLY tm m
:;:.. Mr. and Mrs. Pery:: Sullivan CANS
.j:;: of Palatka visited his parents,
:V Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullllf -
=: van and their son Percy Jr. I I I
:>: and family Saturday. .. I
:: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swlndell I .Q FANCY DELICIOUSI

,::.;>' Underwood: and family were and shopping Mrs.: Sally In! I e ;resh. RIPE 1 WHITEPOTATOES I Ritz I low calorie I i I I REDGRAPES I II

;;:' Gainesville Thursday evening 1BANANAS ;
.<' On Saturday the SwlnJella via I I 12oz I APPLES I I II
< Ited his niece Mrs. J. H. Swin. I Soft Drinks
:.,.' dell at Gln St. Mary. I ... CAN I I
Miss Darlene Underhill was 1O 47 I LIS
'..' the overnight guest Sunday of I La IOe 1 SAO I ass't LB I 18 C I
.. Miss Sue White. I I

':;. Mr. and! Mrs. Percy Sullivan 1----------- ----------- C -- --------- e.tr..rrrrre.er ;
}::' Jr. and Rusty were at Flora I 5 I
:. home Sunday for a family reunion FRESH CRISP I CASE OF 24 I I
.':;: at the home of her I
.: Strickland.::
.:' Harold Mills Jr. and children i iI
i i Tangerines I
:.:. Lori, Jason Beach and Todd visited of Jacksonville his. i I

<<:;, Dorothy father Harold Mills: Mills and cousins; aunt. Miss Mr. LARGE 14 C I 2O .a.V 87* I CHERRIES SAVE<.10e. BUCKET.VICTORY MARASCHINO 29* I DOZ 3 9 c I I DOZEN 29 C i

:$: ani: Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. I STALK I ...................... I
.:;. and Rusty last Sunday. I I


:. In The. Circuit CourtJudli .Iris./a. LYKESSTEW
ml. 4 iri-ult Of H$ rMc IN SYRUP.BRUCEOH FYNE TASTECalifornia
And ror llrmln.r
;. CHIL.llo:" < !! v I > JACK-0-tANTEHN
::: la.u.. 117. "
:; Clifford Uuuiniioii& Plaintiff. BARTLETTPEARS. SWEET
; .VIt. :Alaiy Lulu

};:.h J.Uca, Of !'.-..->. Pr.eeHe
+.. To. .Mary: LIz LoblnsonYou .
:" ; Are }HOr..y"tl'
?..n atllon fur 1.I1""rLII t has betnfiltcl 1
.. u.(ain t yu and you arsrequired e
I '. to H.rv a copy .ot your 29oz 4slLIBBY'S
'; wriiun Uifonnm. l If any tu It.. 15ox CANS 4/l
;'on th" jUlntirr attoraeV.'whoau 3/l CANS
nani. and .ddr.. I. Ho.oritUe CANS
:. Lax I IJ.....n. starka. Plnr l -

''''oY...":: :::v. ,



; FOR EVERY FUR10VtI Brussel.Sproutsor
I SHEA'SGIASS Cut Corn". pantry BREAD

CO. 3/l Mozr

172-4J1J .:.."1724151III KGS
M.W. 4th. Pine
._ G.I.,..te4Es

DEC. 18, 1969 TELEGRAPH PAGE 17:

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Grace United Msthoilht: : Sit"-
day School 9:45: a.m.; Wiishlprvlc9
& 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.;
MYP: II p.m. Choir Practice
Wednesday! 7:30: p.m.

Christmas services and program
will be held Sunday even
ting! Dec. 21. 7:30: p.m.

First Baptist: Sunday School J i ,
9:45: a.m.; Worship service: 11 t A W v k I

a.in. and 7:30: p.m.; Training;
Union 6:30: p.m.; Midweek services -
: Wednesday 7:30: p.m. OD STO? .:; --.-
Christmas services followed

by the ]program will be hell PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK DEC. 1 8-24 "' '; "
WeJnesday 7:30: p.m., Dc.: 24. VV-D BRAND YOUNG BROAD
Church of Gad; Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship servtca
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. YPE BREASTED GRADE "A"iURKEVS
0 3w t o.\t< w, yOB *R F. A A py yl .
Thursday 7:30.:
Highland Baptist: Sunday
School 9:45: a.m., Warship: service : -
11 a.m. and 7 pm.; Choir
practice! 6 p.m.; Prayer meet
ing 7 p.m.

NOTICELawtey .

:Fire Departmentmeets J
each Wednesday: 7:30: ar
p.m. at City Hall. : \' i
Sympathy is extended to all
members: of the family of .f 10 to 14 Lbs. LB.45C 17 LBS.
Peach Crawford who passed
away Saturday. AND UP ,
STORK SHOWER 7uI-ke'l PI11-ttiJ
Mrs. James R. Norman was '<-" DRUMSTICKS. ,49e THIGHS --rrvvi"' I. t.59e LB.
honored with a stork shower on

Saturday evening. Dec. 6. in .. $cBREAST w/ribs/ L.79c BACKS. 29'
the home of the honsree. Hos. . . le
tesses were Mrs. Ruth Grlffls
Mrs. Mary Taylor Mrs. Sammie 4i4

Griffis and Mrs. Ethel .... ?"' cti;.," 'AG' 1. Quantity Rights ..sn.d-Pnc.t Good Thursday Thru Wednesday, Dec 18.24 &1
Norman. Two games were play. WINN Dixie" sroif.INC COPTDIOHT' '.69 / y eDPW
ed with prizes awarded: to the r ')\:
yt I \
winners after which the gifts /
were presented ta Mrs. Nor GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN LARGE ; "til
man and refreshments were


and Mrs. E. L. (Topsy) ,
Brown and family of Hamptonwere .

Mitchell Brown and family on 1

Saturday.Micky More has returned: RIB ROAST 98e : COFFEE

to his home after finishing active -
training at Camp Penning. t

ton Marine Bass OceansUte ,
Calif. Limit 1 of choice w/SS.00/ or mor. purcho..cluding cigar.N.s
Visiting! Mr .and Mrs. Frank /
Cruce and family is their son. PORK ROAST lB.69c I'tf
In-law. Paul D. Griffls. who is t
spending his! furlough hereafter S FOLGERS ALL GRINDS SAVE ,
11 months service in the
Philippine Islands. He has been / COFFEE 48o :
assigned for duty at RandolphAir ) uu
Force Base. San Antonia II ( LESUEUR i 1.L8.
Texas. He and Mrs. Griffls will GARDEN CAN 49C tm
be leaving In a few Mrs. QuinCY Cruce of Clcnriont PEAS f
is spending a few days and c4
!Mr. and Mrs. Tom Unzy and )

Miss esville Gertie were Fae weekend Cruce visitors.of Gain LAND O' SUNSHINE "' 4 CANS 303 $1 1 11 ..

Mrs. Ernest Wells and Mrs ,., .
T. L. Gilchrlst spent; Friday '
with Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and
family in M::dl burg. Mrs. Gil.
Christ returned to her home 1> BUTTER

iBurnswlck. Ga. on Sunday.Tex ,
Patrick Is at home after

j i finishing training! at Camp BIG ARROW WHITE RTED PAPER
I Pendleton Air Force Base | (! $ COOKIES
I Calif. limit 1 w/03.00/ or more purchase including cigar.tt.s TOW L .4// 1. I 99
Mr. and) Mrs. D. E. Nolan k 'I
and children were visiting Mr. h rat' PILLSBURY,- PHISBURY ASSORTED

and Sun'ay.Mrs.;;: T. V. Duck and Cindyon + oRRf.RIING.: 5 a 49c' MIX 3/l./

Mr. and:: Mrs. Gerald Griffis 1V7 Ib DIXIE DARLING BUTTERMILK

of Temple Hill Md. are hometo \ BREAD 2/49c/ TISSUE EO.RCLOBAT.HRO.OM4/$1.: : /
spend the holidays with Mr. ii .

and Mrs. Roy Griffis.! Mr. Grif ..6.0.. THRIFTY MAID P'appl..G'f.u.I. Fla. Punch: Grope, Orangt
fls is on duty at Anderson. Air III' ) 7. ''

Force Mr. Base.and Mrs. John C. Ty PKG.1-LB. STTREE11f: f59T F..CRIS.MA.. ; $1499OD' "p"'R' F'luilN K . 3/89'/ '

and out-of-town friends attend- FESTIVAL 2'/..Lb 5 Lb. No 300 Can "STOR WHOLE SPEARS
ed the Alhambra Dinner Theater
in Jacksonville Saturday I FRUIT CAKE $189 ASPARAGUS 49C

night. I
ayytAy ,
Mrs. Selma Eunice attended
a family get-together in Jacksonville 't .: I; .t LARGE, FRESH HEADS
Saturday in celebration y /S
of the birthday anniversary cf A 9
hr daughter Mrs. Tom Barry. LETTUCE

1m 1%. rirc.lt Coati Of The.
Eighth Judicial Circuit. Of r'l 1...-
*"*M !_ A.d Fur llrii<..u. t7. Florida. CUM \..
JJJa.H-iU.: ; hiS wife \

You are notified that the
above-named Petitioner), CHAH-
t have tiled a Petition In the t
above tyleJ Court tor the adOption
of the minor child named j
In that Petl-tlon and you are
commanded to be and appear. In f I
that Court: on February 27, 1970 2.-oz. C r n HEADS
And to allow why the Petition 10
should a Judgment not be ranted may Im; entered otherwise COLAONLY "AILFLAVORS"

agalnat ion. you granting. the adopt THRIFTY MAID t

AVItneHft my hand and the Heal / s '
of the Court at Hturke, Ilrart- WHILE THEY LAST ,, ICE MILK .t MO on aoiof N Ofnoou' ? .
'ford day of County December Florida 1'JB'J.. this Dtlt CASE FANCY APPLES . 13 rat $100
Inman r>. Gree.CI..rk 49
Of The Clriult Court 101 Can THIIPTV MAIDCRANBERRY N0 707 Caw ll/eY nAM S1YlI -
Deputy By lieulah Clerk M. Moody S'CE. 2/39/ GOLD CORN :.7..T.: : : : : Sin./ u 1 NO t lu irg i 10 :l.'o69C
Euicune: F. Shaw '10.1 VICTOJY..*JASCMINO N. y'h" Can TH'lfTT IOCOTJWIIT t / . .

Stark 142 West, Florida'all Street CHERRIES . . 31./ POTATOES . 4//$l.N l. HALF CRANBERRIES" "H OCtAN SPLAY .1039C
Attorney for I'utltlonorn. ,. . .
:Ml C *'UIT
12-ld 4t t
. .
. .
!. Th. C..fl$r ..u.I..'" Cniirt 0tHmiir Th' t
..rd County, Fl....... !_ MX f Acme
Proton In It.t: N..Eatnto of SADIE O.MOmtlH PIE ::: . 31./ CRABAPPLES: . 39c ORANGE JUICE . 6 tA':, 99
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Rough Ride With 'Hman Bomb' t fir I I .I.It

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE Related By Dr. Watson VietnamHow

It feels to ride in a
,' ,, ; ,' .....' her that he received the emergency -
II: I, 7', : t' helicopter, trying to keep a
> v' that
-Keystone I".1' 'I''' ;"''. t "human bomb" from exploding call notifying

In face is told by Ma patient was a "human
I ., it. .,'}.. .. 6 \ : Maj. Alfred B. Watson Jr.. bomb."
Hilitesl 1, ; t I If' The x-rays had been exa-
JDf ,. Vietnam
lit \ an Air Force doctor In -
after the helicopter'sdeparture
PleaPhoM and of Mr. and Mrs.A. mined
YMT ... : -' \. ..; H B. Watson son of Keystone and the hiddengren-

: ;t Heights.The ado discovered by the medical
M harrowing experience, staff. Explosive
HOLIDAY CLOSING at the disposal personnel had been \
party home of Mrs. Al- which took place in Vietnamon .
AT THE LIBRARYThe bert Quigl'ano'! on Thursday I November 1, is describedby called In and assessed It to //

Keystone Library will Dec. 18. Miss Gayle Quagliano Maj. Watson on a tape 1M "live" and ready to de-

close on December 24 and: remain assisted her mother In caring mailed to his parents, and has tena tie.

closed until Tuesday for the guests. rt.i,&.; < also been told in newspapers In Ids taped account, :Maj.\'

Dec. 30. S3 be sure to stock up nationwide in stories releasedby Watson said: "The pilot lookedat

on your reading: materials in Members wIU sponsor their ;. !. AP and UPI. Another account me and asked, 'What'll we

advance. annual Christmas Bake Sale .fti: '.r will soon be read in an do. Doc?' I knew we had no

Mrs. Harold Lawrence, libr Saturday: morning De:. 20. in : upcoming issue of Life maga- wrfical capability at Tuy Hoa.

arian has submitted a list of fror.t of the pan office. :Baked ) t If the man were to be savedhe

new books recently acquired: : goods of many d-scrlotions. all i'jeemax I zine.Maj.. Watson is commander would have to get to Qul

The King's Pleasure Lofts; promising to be "tasty": will be of the 31st USAF Dispensaryat Nhen. So I said let's get him

Gerald:! And Elizaieth: : -even- sold at this time. Proceeds will! ; Tuy Hoa Air Base, wherea to the surgeon.

son: The Shivering Sands::! be use:3! to support the club's -.::, Viet Cong prisoner (an intelligence "We took every possible precaution -

Holt;; The Hcuse on the Strand many activities.: "P officer, described on during the 30-mlnuU

DuMaurler: : House of Brede- E 1" ow the tape as the !No. 1 or No. Bight Maj. Watson relates.
4-H Club meetings are held 2 Viet Cong in the district) "We knew that any minute a
Godden; Wild: :! Gose. Brother
on the second! Thursday of each Wt of turbulence, a seizureof
'. was brought for treatment of
Goose-Ellis: A S3asn of Evil
month, follovrirj school. If you I IMiss It a head injury. pain, or any one of a number -
-Morrow; Cop ;
are interested in Joining, con- X-rays subsequently revealed of things could put pres-
Perils :! The Pacl: Atm-
tart Mrs. Ernie Tomes; at 473- that a live grenade, about the sure on the fuse in the man'sface
Curtis: Con: Cllectcr's: Handbook -
and blow all My
Reinfel3 and chil! size of a golf ball, was Imbedded us up. C ,
; many
4689.Mrs. in the left prime concern was keeping the
dren's looks incL:ding J. George's J. D. Payton will con- sinus concealed prisoner quiet and the tracheotomy VP-
Side! f the Mountain. duct maxillary "
My : : basic sewing for Interested clean and effective.
from facial wounds
sight by ,
Two new books have been 4-H members shortly Maj. Watson's hazardousride
which had closed over the gren
added to the Memora'al Shelf:: after the first of the- year. Additional ade. was an experience he will ,I Va3

Better Homes & Gardens:! Bookof details will be given It was Maj. Watson who first remember all the rest of his 1 : '

House Plants and:! The P.l- laker. examined the prisoner who was life, he said in his taped ac- L$* ***

grlmige for P ace:: given in count. &
bleeding severely from <
memory of the late Mrs. John He and his unusual entour- -
the head and face, and also
of the annual Joe tizjL&StXRay
Lawrence and Miss: Anna Mc- had in breath- age were met at Qul Nhon air-
Cullough. Petrock Tournament which "some difficulty port runway by Lt. Co. ThomasH.
the doctor recalled.
NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB was completed:! this month, ing, Witschi, a U.S. Army Burgeon -
"I ordered tracheotomyan Grenade
The last meeting cf the New were Mildred: Sutton and: Su: ( incision In a the throat to of Wading River, l'\' .\'., Showing Lodged in Face

Life! Bible Club fr:: this year Dwyer in the ladies' division aid breathing), and routine x- who performed the dangerousbut of Viet Coup Pri oncr
The and Jim Chessington and Gordon Fox Weds Mr. successful surgical removal -
was hell Tuesday. Dec. 16. Jacquelyn CaillouetIn rays as we worked to stop
Bulloch for the of the grenade using a
will have its first meeting Watson
group the bleeding, Maj.
St. Anne's Church knife Improvised
Episcopal RitesMiss pocket as an
of the new year on January Winners were recognized and:! said. seapel. Command Surgeon at Langley in the prisoner's cheek with

6. presented: with trophies! at the veteen petals. "It was apparent that the The "operating room" wasa AFB \lrginla.. He enteredthe his knife. then gingerly
These meetings! in Bible stuy:! Jacquelyn Fox. daughter man needed surgery, and sincewe Air reached into
spaghetti dinner! held at the The bridesmaids Mss: Bar- sandbagged enclosure hastily Force in 1964. the man's mouth
are presented: :! by Misses: Ann of Mr. and: Mrs. Everett R. have no surgeon at ourdlspensal' with
club on Saturday! evening. Dec. bara Johnson, of Jacksonville; thrown up on the helicopter Dr. Watson holds a B.A degree his other hand and pushedthe
Bell and Reba Thomson, Wh3 Fox, of Keystone Heights, \', we prepared the
in biology from EmoryUnhersity grenade out.
13. The dinner was prepared !by:> Miss Pat Cuendst Keystone pad of an Army hospital at
have been working: with chil- Alvin Allen! CailUuJt, son of patient to go to the 67th U.S. an :M.D. degree The Viet Cong detainee, now
Mr. Petrock, with the able as- Heights; and Miss: Kathy Robinson Qul !Nhon. It was considered
dren in the Ke 'sne:: area for sistance of several club mem- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ci'.llouet! Green Cve Springs. Army Evacuation Hospital at too risky to carry the man from the University of California reported in good condition, remained -
Pensacjla united: in Qui Nhon. I decided to ride In
many years. If you are Inter bers. of :: of inside. at Berkeley.His conscious and "ex
ested in Joining the group, con- marriage in St. Anne's Episcopal : were gowned like: the maid the helicopter with him In order wife, Barbara, is the tremely cooperate" throughout
It was Impossible to use surgical -
Aiken and Su also carried: velveteen -
Vesta Dwyer honor and!
tact the Jnstrurors:: or one of Church, Keystone Heights : to keep the tracheotomyopen forceps during the daughter of Col. and :Mrs James the ordeal.

the participating! !: membersprior were first and second low net, at 7:30: p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22. wedding: :: bands: topped ," he continued.The because they operation might E. Evans Jr., of Savannah, Ga. Prior to his assignment to

: to the next mse'ing. Children respectively, in the Ladles The ceremony was performed with white orchids doctor's aircraft stopped detonate the sensitive grenade. Dr and :Mrs. Watson ha'etwo Southeast .\slaIaj.. Watson

are required! :! to have per Ringer Tournament which was by Rev. Will'am I. Jones, rec- Following the ceremony, a at nearby Tuy Hoa City to pick The surgeon enlarged the hole children, Tom and Bob. served in the office of the
recently completed at the Golf church. receUon1S held in the Key- up additional patients. It was
of the
mission:: slips from their ;parents tor
before attending meetings.All : course. Large bouquets of white stone Heights's Woman's. Clubwhere 1

denom'nations are invited! Pro Ed Rodgers and his spider mums and fern decorated a green: and white wed- Fellowship Club Mrs. Lora Patterson, Mrs.
ding motif was used:! in bou. in: club anJ church act.vitle: ,
flanked: by candelabra -
altar, Suzanne LaMeeTo
the :
to attend.ST. :!. daughter. Penny will sponsor a Billye Griffin Mrs. Alice: Voy-
quets of green carnations and Christmas Her slser.II's: Anna Prescott,
either side.!:! Large PartyIs
WILLIAMS'Th : Tournamenton on lea, Mrs. Katherine Crago. Mrs.
Junior Christmas adornedthe white gladioli placed:: :! with can- of Ocean Owe, N. J.. was un- Wed Mr. Bender
Catholic Cl'ja and! Altar Monday, Dec. 22, at the local white ritSon: bouquets Festive EventSixty Norma Morgan, Mrs. Khlva
delabras holding: white: tapers. able to come but wired her
Society: : cf St. Williams< will! club. This tournament will front pews.A Nelson Mrs. Isabelle Peters,

sponsor: :: a Christmas! : party for be open ttt all junior golfsrs. program cf nuptial music: The same motif was used held on members and several Mrs. Irene Williams, and Mrs. congratulations :\11'. and:Mrs Lawrence Fred-
the bride's! table! which
Mrs. Newton : erick LaMee: of Ormond Beach
anJ children! who presented by ,
preschoolers old was :
18 Marie Bird.
In the community, years
I guests annual
enjoyed the
I are presently: enrolled :In gradesone :! and younger, who are interested Hock, organist, and Mrs. Dock bowls of champagne punch Christmas As the Fellowship Club is the COMMUNITY: : CHURCHThe formerly of Keystone Heights,
of the
and:! silver compotes and trays party Fellowship Executive Board! of the the of
announce engagement
through six on Sunday, Entry fee L. Tlsn soloist only organization with membership -
in participating.
with nuts, mints, and sand- Club held In the Woman'sClub will: meet Friday
Women Suzanne Harry
by her Church daughter, to -
Dec. 21, from 4 to 6 p.m. will be $1. Plans are now being Given! in marriage for both husbands:! and
building where ele-
'wiches. the Dec. 19, at 1 p.m. Kenneth Bender of Fort
floor ,
Santa Clam will be there fora father, the bride wore a .
coordinated:! for both 9 and 18- vated wives, and does not have a
at the stage displayed in a
Guests were greeted Jackson, S.C.. son of Mr. and
visit with the children and! with tee-off length gown of Arzslmist peau home of its the membersnow
hole competition, The door by Mrs. James Zrwarka niche between the gold curtain own, The Christmas Sunday School Mrs. Harry :M. Bender of Boca
to present them with Christmas! de.sole and Chan illy lace:: the 100 mark) are
time set Jar 10 a.m. i'Io',. i.. ( nearing
; fashioned and Mrs. Les Stephenson and drapes; a silver: Christmas tree program will be held:! Sunday. Raton.

favors. The children: and their: princess styled: :! gcwn was Woman's Club
HERE 'N THERE uateful' to the
( lace bodice, featuring presented to: the receiving: line with packages underneath.! A Dec.:: 21. at 7:30: p,m. :In the educational : -
parents are asked: to meet in :! with a lor their facilities available -
sabrina neckline composed:! cf the bride's!:! mother, large spray of poinsettias and< : build.ng: with Mrs. A March: wedding is planned
the recreation hall for this Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cooper entertained a scalloped occasion.
outlined in seed :Mrs. Fox, the brlf ejrcom's ;parents holly centered the top of the en Richard Cunningham and Mr. in St. Drendan's Catholic
party. friends with which: was Mr. and
: a pre- It is regretted that
Mr. and Mrs. Calllcuet, piano. and Mrs. Barry Wyman as theproll'l'am Church, Ormond Beach.
4-H CLUB ELECTSNewly holiday dinner at their Lake pearls: with full sheer Mrs. C, W, Owens were unable
the The three parallel dining tab .
and committee.On
elected: officer of the Brooklyn home on Saturday: sleeves, with deep frosted lacecuf.'s. the bride and groom, to attend, as Mr. Owens underwent -
lea, with a cross-arm guest :Miss LaMee:
Keystone Heights 4-H Club include afternoon Dec. 14. Guests Included !! Matching; lace extended:: bride's attendants. major surgery in st.Luke's graduated from
Cutting the wedding cake table were decorated with Tues:aY, Dec. 23, the 6th Bradford High School in Starke
Sally Napes.: president:: ; Mr. and! Mrs. Harold down the front of the gown and several days
hemline, and:! was were Mrs. S. A. Gardner, Sr., sprays of holly and:! Christmas Hospital 7th, and 8th grade Sunday!: and attended :Massey Business
Tipple Naples, vise-president; Rldaught and daughter Miss around the
fall length of Keystone Heights, and::! Mrs. greenery A mound of coloredChrlstma.s ago.The School :pupils: will: go caroling: : College and St. Johns River
Sonya Payton, secretary: Gayle Viola Rldaujht. of Palatka; repeated on the club will start
new year !
under Junior
comnv.-nity :
Durrell Vincent Orange Park. balls centered the through the : College. is a grad-
Quagliano, treasurer; Cheryl Mrs. G. Banclu of Leavenworth, chapel train which was attached luncheou
Mrs. Henry E. Magann of guest table. with a covered the direction of Mi' a.d1.'-! uate of Delta Airlines Stewardess -
Tomes, project chairman; Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. George to the back waistline.! :
opt January 8.NEWS, :\11'5.W'mln. School in Atlanta
cascading Jacksonville! kept the bride's Place cards, and a small Cunningham:: and Mr. and and

Sharon O'Donoghue, refreshment Finley of Deland:!; Mr. and Mrs. The bride carried a
of white book. Assisting in serving were basket of mints at each place The g'oup,11: meet worked? : for Delta in :Miami.
chairman: ; and Beverly Larry Cooper and:! daughter. spray bouquet
Miss Nancy KIngsbury, Carol completed; the setting. A delicious at the educational bailing:: at
Agullera! recreation chairman.The Dawn, of Gainesville; Mr. and French carnations with ivy !Mr. Bender Is a graduate of
Nelson, turkey dinner was cateredby 8pm.
members and: their Mrs. Cliff Strickland and Ron, and:! white ribbons, to which Stephenson Suzanne NOTES' Brentwood High School In Pitts-

guests enjoyed a Christmas of Lake Swan; Mrs. Allen Mil- ,pearl hearts were at'ached. A and Susan Rule. members of the Woman'sClub Members of the Youth Fel- burgh, and the University; of
St. Johns committee. 1 .... use
The bride attended y
ler and children, Mr. and Mrs. white orchid:! formed the center lowship, under:! the leadership Miami Law School.
Mrs. William Beam Sr.
and is pre
Junior College
veil of River
Richard Lovorn, Miss Elaine of the bovquet.: Her long
of Mr .and Mrs. RSrt: Elclur.d.are : .
in sided:! at the banquet and Intro-
with now employed: as secretary::
Lovorn. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. layered:! illusion, bordered planning several acv'itlesduring' ::

Mingiedorff::! Mr. and:! Mrs. lace, was attached to a tiara the office! of Dean of Women at duced Father Edward Kirby of 6 LDEN ANNIVERSARY the Christmas: hollll: : '!!.

you Richard: Bryan, Jim Davie Mr. of pearl petals. the University of Florida. St. William's Catholic Church, Mr. and:! Mrs. William BeamJr. including a progressive: dinner

all and Mrs. William Warren and Miss Nancy O'Connor, of New The bridegroom:! received:! hismaster's who offered the invocation honored their father and
will also
and: hay ride.: They go> KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
Florida! Following the dinner a Christmas
sons. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Wrin York City and:! Gainesville, was degree from : mother, the William Beams, caroling some evening before

1 still lose i kle and children Pat and maid of honor wearing a floor State University and postgraduate program was presented as Sr., with a family celebration Christmas.Mr. .
at arranged by Mrs. Ethel Wey.
Mike, and Mrs. Nettle Smith, length emerald:! green velveteen studies in economics on the occasion of their Gold
high: the University! of Florida.: He man, general chairman of ar- .
featuring Anniversary.The
all cf Keystone Heights A-lme dress en Wsdd.ng:! Eklund has st.uteJ aweightlifting
rounded: neckline with long Is a professor of social: scienceat : rangements and program. Mrs. Beam hme en Lake Geneva

!Mrs. Richard::! Sunisrland::! returned Juliette sleeves. She carried a St. Johns River Junior Col- Mltta L. Kersey gave a reading:! ", was attractively decoratedfor : for te and n-aiers:! wresUngprogram and
"The Night Before Christmas.
home last Friday after large matching velveteen wed- this occasion which wasMd
lege.After older men. The sessions are
a week's stay at the Medical din 3 band, edjed! with white a wedding: trip to South and was followed by a lively Sunday:! afternoon Dec. 7, DIRECTORY
held at his: home on Little Lan
Center in Gainesville, where net, topped:! with a white orchid Florida:! Mr. and:! Mrs. Caillouet program of caroling. Father at 3 o'clock. The refreshmenttable 7:30
Geneva on Wednesdays at :
she underwent observation and returned to Keystone where Kirby gave a rollicking! seriesof gold. -
and white ribbon streamers. was centered:! with: a
Due to the holidays, the
e treatment for in inner ear in Her bouffant headdress:! was cf they are residing on Jasmine songs, including a parody floral piece: and flanked pm. BEAUTY SHOP
en next session! will be held january
: -
fection. on his coming to America, and,
Reports Indicate! that lulling, with green vel- Avenue. with gold candlesticks and tall
\AfeightVVfatchenP green 7. Interested: young men
she Is now feeling much better. thence to Keystone Heights, KEYSTONEBEAUTY
from Ireland. Mrs. Janet tapers. may contact him by phone at
Mr and Mrs. H. Stand'ford.! '! Guests were pleased: to see 4734012. The Eklunds extend a
Is Ready For You Lamm presented a piano solo. SHOP
of Jacksonville, are the proud: Council Permit and accompanied Father Kirby that Mr. Beam Sr. has recovered cordial invitation! to the youth

parents of a infant son, Rich- Approves Building In the songfest. He had:! Just nicely: from his illness of of the community to attend "EDITH JOHNSON, Owner .

Every Tues., 7 prri, ard Christopher, who was deliv- returned from a visit to hismother's last summer, and was able to the Sunday evening meetingsIn :t"enoua11.1lCS Creative Hair BtyltJoff -

ered at the Meadware Baptist enJoy this happy occasion. the Youth Building (White Keiy Xuim of leat1&7

Keystone Heights Hospital, on Sunday Dec. 7. For New Lions Den on NightengaleApproval related his home adventures in Ireland in ,song.Charter and. Mr. and Mrs. Beam were 1919 House annex) at 7 p.m. ,Culture Tt M.-aai. 9-6: ekas.dalOmdalb

St. Anne's Parish House Maternal grandparents are Mr. member Charles married:! on December 9. PERSONALSMrs.

Ph. 47.1-3163 473-3151 and Mrs. N. Watson Harden- of a building per- cost of the light at $4,000.A )Xing was escorted to the front in Knox Presbyterian Church CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR

berth of Keystone Heights. mit for the proposed new Lions previous survey by DOT Indicated by Father Kirby and Mrs. Wey- N. J. Mr. Beam was employed Beatrice Penrose of

1 Club building was voted by the that traffic did not war- mon in recognition cf his 94th all chief electrical engineer: for Tom's River, N. J. has Joined

Keystone City Council at Its rant a stop-go light at that birthday anniversary on the the Eiward: J. White ElectricCo. her brother-in-law and:! sis'er In CONCRETE!: PRODUCTS

meeting Tuesday night, Dec 9. polnt'but Mrs. Baker said the 17th. An unplanned added:! feature in Newark. N. J. for many Tuckerton, N. J. as a winter CALL OR SEE

I FULL SERVICE BANKINGProtect j The new building will be located highway officials would recon- was the discovery that years before his retirement.: included Visitor. They all are residingat Edward's Building
on at the inter- Out-of-town guests
sider the matter as a safety; Mrs. Elsie Stein had Just celebrated the Lake Geneva Apart-
section of Peach and Nighten- factor if the city would indi- her Mr. and Mrs. Err.est McLeanST. :: ments. Supply Inc.
82nd anniversary ,
I I gale Streets, and will cost approximately cate how much of the $4,000it .. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred .
She was escorted to the piano 726 S. MAIN 372-4844
i 20000. Membersof could afford to No action Rook, all of Jacksonville. Local:
pay. Mr. anJ :Mrs.
and sang the first verse of Harrison Batch- Gainesville, Florida
the Lions Club plan to do
familY' group
I was taken on the matter. members
I elder have
"Silent Night" with everyone purchased the Don
of the work themselves. Mc-
some Ernest
Auditor Neil Tucker, of joining In the chorus.A Morgan home on Lakevlew
Council Chairman Everett NURSERY
Starke, submitted his report, Lean Jr., of Little Lake
.. Drive and plan to therein
short buslnss meeting move
Fox said the application for
per showing that the city had spent neva, and their daughter, Mrs. 1
mit, presented by Tommy Milll- held for the purpose of Installing and early spring. Mrs. Penrose
$2,700 less than the amounts Marshall Beam, and: Mr. O.C. Carnes Nursery
the !. officersfor and Mrs. Batchelder:! are sistersof
can, was not In conflict with budgeted during the last fiscal following new Newton Hook of Lake
zoning regulations. year. The council votedto 1970 with Gordon Baker serving Mrs. Houston Driscoll, and the Thousands of plants

According to plans, the new place $4,000, including this as installing officer: Pre- Oeneva."Our Martha" is overwhelmed Batchelders will be next door Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

Lions Club will be of cement $2,700 and other funds carried sident:! Mrs. Fern Hanson; 1st with the remembrancesfrom neighbors of the Drlscolls. Mrs. Evergreens

block construction with a total over from previous years, into vice president: Mrs. Ethel Wey- friends:: with Penrose is considering:! becoming -
so many Camellias & Azaleas
of 3,000 square feet of a fund for equipment re- man; 2nd vice president Mrs. associated a permanent resident of

Your Valuables For Just floor space. There will be an placement. Nettl! Smith; treasurer Julius whom she has been Keystone MOST ALL IN CANS

elevated stage, with an audl-: Based on the audit report, Hanson; secretary, Houston PLANT ANY TIME -

Pennies A Day! toruim seating 200 people. Also the council adopted a policyof Driscoll; and corresponding Beautiful RosesLandscaping -

Included Is a large stage and not allowing any changes on secretary. Mrs. Emily Ison.

If they're worth keeping they'reworth dual rest rooms. the tax assessor's' bobK with Mrs. Hanson accepted the ItE'ISTDNEDIl'VEIN

safe-keeping in our theft- Attending the meeting as visitors out approval of the council sit- gavel and assumed the presi Phone ,,659-2165

proof, fire-proof vaults. Arrange today were Gay Livingston Jr. ting as a board of equalizers. dent's chair.
23 Mi. S. S. of Starke
and Huntley HedfearnJr.! newly on
to store your family's valuables Airport Chairman Roy Watkins On behalf of the club members

low-cost Safety Deposit Box. elected councilmen who will said he is checking Into Mrs. Weyman presented:!, Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome
i a take office In January.Livingston existing hay leases and will retiring President Beam witha

presented his resignationas have more information at the gift.

COJtfK> : IN GET ACQUAINTED chairman of the zoning commission next meeting. In response to The committee preparingand FRIDAY-SATURDAY DEC! 19-20 S. McKAY: REALTOR

at this time, and was a question by Councilman Ray APPRAISAL SERVICE
servlnathe dinner Included -
commended by Chairman Fox Winans .IW.WAll) _
Watkins said the coun-
KEYSTONE STATE MHKitor : Mrs. Ann Liggett, chairman Mortgage Broker
for his work with this
group. cil should sell some of the THE Sons
Mrs Gertrude Lydick, .
; -
A her efforts -- Notary Public
report on to
... FJDJXX iaTgi.r .$*...<.. Fta.J" have a Installed airport timber and use the mon- I OPEN HOUSE DEC. 13
signal light 07 -
stop-go ey for Improving facilities ing $25 that had basis .,.... __DIE KATIE t ELDER I
at the intersection of there.In COME TO SEE US VOC ALL
,Tow ? ... Y*. 7ilsdli for that purpose by KeystoMmerchants.
Highways 100 and 21
rI4J11 was given other action the council
Mrs. Baker
...., WM
I by Councilman Joy Baker, agreed to spend$100 to decoratethe named as committee chairman m.w..I ., Mrs. Melba Ilen, Associate

who said the Slat Departmentof municipal building for the to work out details of the decorating. Keystone Office 473-481

Transportation estimated Christmas season supplement- Home* 473-1740 4734811PAGE

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TRIXIE GOES HOME CUB SCOUTS TTTTTTT.TYYYYINDIAN ? station in Keystone Heights. Of how the Lord's coming -

.MELROSE Cub Scout Pack 109 will meet Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hilliard Would be.
home but not from
Returning at the Parrish House onThursday visited her
the Is Trlxie the BEACH mother who is In How all His sufferings Instead
Dec. 18, at 7:30 home In '
I, cheerful Chihuahua belongingto : p.m. a nursing Valdosta Of ours OFFICER TRAINING
Presiding over the meeting will Ga. last week, and spend the Would set souls
By Joyce Rower our poor free.
Col. Vogle, who was released
cr..a. Fe
be George Hanks pack mas ) weekend with her brother and
_P rrrrrr. nrflflslfl from the hospital last ter. The boys have completed Byi Michael H. CWtty family In Thomasvtlle. the Virgin Mary gave Him CLASS TO BE OFFEREDA

AREZ-ODOM Wednesday. Hilda the over- Christmas gifts for their mo- .... 41S-X171 Mr. and Mrs. Al Friesnerof Birth
; ALV weight Dalmation, devised several By of the Holy Ghost. COURSE IN THE "BASIC 200 HOUR"
I Interesting games to keepTrlxie's thers and will have completed ....................&- St. Petersburg spent a few power
The Presbyterian Church was by Thursday gifts for their days last week with Mr. and His appearing was PEACE: ; OFFICER TRAINING AS RE-
mind off absenceof
.the setting for the marriage of her beloved mistress.DESTINATIONGERMANY. fathers. These will be placed Happy holidays friends and Mrs. T.L. Norwood and Mrs. Proclaimed, Q1JJIKD MY THE COUNCIL ON PEACE
Miss Phyllis Eileen Odom and under the tree they plan to decorate neighbors, from your "happy"to LImb Norwood. By all the Heavenly Host. OF'FICER STANDARDS AND TRAINING
7:30 that evening.Some awards see It get here" Rolling 1<8- He left Ills Heavenly home
JJames Donald Alvarez at Paul, Lee and Greg Strand- VVIILL BEGIN JANUARY
Donald Currier Is presentlyon : 5 1970. AT 6:00PM.
The Rev. will be given out at this meet- porter. With Just one more weekto Above .
1p.m. Monday Dec. 8. berg, of Jacksonville, visited ,
leave visiting his mother, \ AT THE BRADFORD-UNION
:'Dr. James R. Nell officiated. ing. go before the big day. let Mrs. Jo Strandberg Saturday. To come to this sinful place.
to the of mil-
prior resumption
me be the first to wish youa have Eternal VOICATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTER IN
That we might
iMrs. Doc Tison was organist. in lIe will They all went to Salt Springsand
itary duty Germany.
1 The bride is the daughter leave December 17. When he WOMAN'S CLUB happy holiday season. had dinner. Life, I STARKE.' YOU MAY CONTACT THE

of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Odom. has located suitable housing, The Melrose Woman's Club My parents,James and Cricket Through God's almighty Grace. CENTER: AT 609 NORTH ORANGE

The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Currier will join him. will meet Wed., Dec. 17, at have working been on quite a bar--busy lately the- SPORTSMAN'S NEWS While Shepherds watched their STIREET OR CALL 964-6150 IF IN-
Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez. the clubhouse. Presiding over continues Flocks by night TERESTED.::
eating kind that is. Thursday Since outdoor news .
The bride wore a floor length STRUCK BY LIGHTNING the will be the newly The Angels did proclaim.A .
lace dress with an empire meeting night, Buddy and Merle Ellisof slow, due to the weather I'll I...... _
Saviour of all Is born.
President Albert men .
J.W. Sasser of Starke bro- elected Mrs.
down and include few Items here: -
waistline, bishop sleeves, and Gainesville came just my His Lj, 1? 11L9L
And Jesus is
ther-in-law of Jake Hagan, was Bachmann. Mrs. Edward Long- the -
helped, and Friday night A.B. Griffin's Lodge was only
a' cathedral length mantilla
struck by lightning while necker was approved for First
Katie Howard Starke check-point that reported any He
trimmed with many yards of and were came to save both rich and
working on a power line during Vice President. Second Vice and catches this week.
helping out. names Poor
lace. The gown was styled witha a storm. He is under President is Mrs. John Strawn.
Walker of Jacksonville Crops Jr. and Tommy No
:full length lace train. She Mrs. Helen Emory matter what their name.
carried an arrangement of treatment In Bradford Coun- Recording Secretary is Mrs. was a Sunday guestof Bass both former residents Though on this Earth we may .
t Hospital for burns Lee Helton Corresponding $100XMAS
ty severe
and the D.W. Carpenters.Otis caught 7 bass last Saturday. Be poor.
tions chrysanthemums fashioned around a carna-white on his back and legs. Ills fall retary, Mrs. Barbara Smith; Melton and I recently Roy Griffin and son Alan caught In Heaven we've riches and

orchid. Miss Odom was givenin from the top of a 25 ft. lad- and Treasurer, Mrs. John attended a birthday supper at 20 bass In less than two hours Fame. rW
der truck was broken by the Brennan. the home of Clarence and while they were schooling one SPECIALINTEREST
marriage by her grandfather cradle, to manhood on J
hood of the truck. The names chairmanof
Mrs. Paley Boyd A
fished along and caught
P.L. Balnbrtdge. The maid of Joyce Hagen at Crystal Lakein day. Roy to the cross,
from his clothing were extinguished the Buidllng Committee, explained 7 bass Tuesday 10 on Wednes-
honor Miss Juanita Chiappini honor of their son, Mike He suffered for you and me.
when rolled into
reccommendations for who three. Others enjoy- day, and 10 more Thursday.
wore a dress similar to that was And If we'll just receive Him
a ditch with two feet of
remodeling the clubhouse. Elmer Smith and of Jacksonville
son -
ing the supper were Joe Hagen now
of-the bride made from yellow ,
I water. He was first reported These were acceptable and work
60 Tues
Lonnie and Norma Melton. caught specs
Our home in Heaven will ho
. t
in fair condition
but has Improved will begin.
soon Mike's grandparents, of Hampton day.Fred Though Jesus is the Son of God,
The church was decorated considerably within the Mrs. Albert Schoeneman reported and Mrs. Odessa Me Con- Swearingen and Maxie He was so strongly despised. FOR $3

with Ivy and white and yellow last few days.SCHOOL. that the books, "Who aghy of Starke. Mathis caught 40 specs last Because no man wants to be .

Chrysanthemums. Tall white Me," prepared by the Florida My mother, Cricket. along Friday In Little Santa Fe.Max-

candles and Ivy adorned the ACTIVITIES Federation of Women's'Clubs, with Lou Miller and Margaret ie had caught 35 by himself As seen lost in man's Money For
eyes. All
high arched windows above the Each class at Melrose Ele- were given to the Civics class Robbins, of Indian Beach assisted the day before. any

cross. mentary will have a party from at Interlachen High School. with the Melrose Home- The specs are biting now in And as they nailed Him to the Your Christmas

: I p.m. until 2:30: p.m., Fri- makers Club Christmas Bazaar Little Santa Fe, trolling and cross,
Jhe mother of the bride dress wore day, Dec. 19. Students will dec- DUPLICATE BRIDGE and Bake Sale last Saturday.I drifting. If you'll put on some He took It without one whim Needs

&it:olive green brocade and orate their own rooms for Winners of Duplicate Bridge hear the club did quite well warm clothes you can catcha He suffered and bled, and died
with matching Christmas. Under the special were as follows: first place in sales. nice mess of fish.LEEON'S for us, .
toe) mother of the groom wore supervision of Mr. Moseley Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva Lou Miller visited Mrs. Ida That we might live with Him. .

an-aqua coated suit ensemble. all classrooms have completed Hillyer. Second place; Mrs. Whitehead in Bradford County CORNER So if you're lost and all alone, Make Town Finance Your

Both' wore yellow carnations. ther{ originally designed F.T. Hogue and Mrs. Phillip Hospital Monday. Since things will be sorta My Jesus will save your soul. For Cash
:fhe bridegroom had as best Christmas cards for the post Kromer. Third place; Mrs.A.V. Billy Weber, son of Mr. and hectic next week I'm sendingyou Just open your heart, and you'11 Headquarters Ready
of Ocala.
man, Robert Wyman office. Every room will submit Bannister and Mrs. C.W. Har Mrs. James Robbins was home my Christmas poem this receive
The ushers were Robbie Alvarez five cards which will hang froma dy. Fourth place; Mrs. Paley for the weekend from Charleston week. It's about the true Christmas A gift more precious than gold. LOANS UP TO $600
nephew of the groom ribbon. The Junior Woman's Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn. and I
story, hope you'll
Naval Base Charleston
Some Lord
Melrose. day our
Paul Pendleton of
and Club supplied the school with The next meeting of the Bridge S. C. give some thought to Its mes- TOWN FINANCE CO
After the ,a recept- for us,
the money for materials used Club will be January 5 and a sage.
(Tinkl Flllmon of
ion was give in honor of the Ralph And take us to our home above.
couple. Punch and cake were in this project. regular thereafter.schedule will be resumed Tampa was visiting Pete and "The True Christmas Story" Where we'll be shielded from all 226 Nl. Temple Phone 964.7449

Joyce Barton last week, while
served. The newlyweds left for wrong
The faculty Christmas party; they worked on their service time Isaiah told God's Eternal love .
wedding trip to Daytona Beach. is slated for the 17th in the _. .! Long ago By .... ---

while They orders Mr.will reside Alvarez for overseas in awaits Melrose duty official school the,afternoon.librarian library from after Caroline PKY classesin Fer- I CARL BEGGS


with the Army.AUTOMOBILE. ACCIDENTJust festivities will be honored and will guest give a at read-, the .. .. _. Gulf USED Service PARTS

west of Melrose near ing entitled. "Torton's Christ: Tr Prices for Wreck*. Oat*

the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.V. mas." Hostesses will be Mrs. I IOLASSD'IED 24 Hour Wrecker: Service

Ford on Highway 26, three vehicles Watkins, principal of Melrose I -- Fuel Oil -
and Mrs. Aylene
were involved in a mis- Elementary,
hap. The accident occurred on Smith, school librarian. .w. WJUn'B: LaW'I4rJ PUMPSNEW USED VACUUM cleaner reconditioned -! Used Can -

a rainy evening between 5:30 AD KATES worker. Kitchen aids laborers $15 up. 10 different George E. LaFue I Hwy. Ml N. Waldo
__ __
to be cottage watch brands to choose from. 48S-1W8
and 6, Tues. Dec. 9. Raymond The Christmas menu, parents. name
Ford. of Melrose was uninjured served at school as submitted up to 15 word -___- 1JW man cook and clerks, ground- Parts & excellent repairs all INSURANCE AGENCY' I

but Mrs. Katherine by Mrs. Flora Morris, con- (Minimum charge) keeper truck driver. Five Deep & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of Auto WIre Homeowi
Ledford, who lives south of Mel- sists of roast turkey giblet Bach. ward over 15 __ .11 day week, eight hour day. Water Softeners A: Filters Vacuura 712 N. Mala. Gaines- LIFE & ACCIDENT PAPER. Mlmeo Paper. Bond
rose on Highway 21, and Mrs. gravy served on cornbread Ctate retirement vacations. Expert Service On vl"!" 376-7110. tfchg"World's I Paper. Notebook Fillers. -

Mender, of Swan Lake were hos- dresssing, buttered broccoli, Extra charge If not sick leave.If Interested please All Makes -- Keystone Height 011"1 Bradford County Telegraph.GAINESVILLE.

pitalized. The small son of Mrs. candled yams, pineapple wal- paid la advance ____ .M apply In person Personnel PIIlID.' ..... Serrlee Easiest .
Ledford, who accompanied her dorf salad rolls and milk. Manager Sunlajid Train. Method of,

was uninjured although her These goodies will be con Memorial, Boluttoiu rig Center, Oalnesvllle Fla. Phone 964-7061 Active Et relse" I MEN WAWTED Men eotta-

younger brother, James Cur- sumed Friday, Dec. 19, the An equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP parents are over 21. Startl :t
rier also in the car, received last day of school before the 7 cnU per word AND SUPPLY CO. The Fabulous pay $329 iinonth promotion oportunltlesi .

treatment in the emergency Christmas holidays.: Classes tftbi. I and regular I

room at the University Med- will resume on January 5. CARDS OF THANKS INSURANCE creases Ini pay. 8 hour day IT' IF
ical Center. James was then SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic AT REDUCED KATES!: SLIM GymFor day week, sick leave vacation -

released. HO word or lass --_- '.CO Letters ft Numbers for Interior AUTO. FIlL: BOAT .state retl ment. If lntere < : : .
and exterior use. All sizes: co DOYLE E. CONNER please! applly In person Peraoaa" : : ..
_. Each word over 00 __ ..7 lors. Bradford County Telegraph HomeDemonstration
Friday morning, Dec. AGENCY Manaaer..unland\ Training Can

University Medical Center reported !!' tf tear Call tsr., Galntiivllle. Fla.

that Mrs. Mender was FLORIDATHEATRE PHOTOCOPIERS 964-7839 An equ ll! opportunity empto'.'
OFFICIAL : from $99.50to '
Improving after having received
tf dig
$625. Take the drudgery out -
multiple cuts and two or three INSPECTION STATION er.WANTED

fractures. They considered her Open Dally 8 AJW. 5:30: P. M. of paper work.-Bradford Countv Mobile Homes DID YOU KNOW It's easy to :: Used Wrlncer-Wu. "

condition good, at that time Except Saturday 8-12 No.a TVlesraph.. tf NEW and USED own a Longchamp Home? er. Will pay cash or tab ,in :11 jI

and felt that she would be released HILL'S GARAGE SEWING MACHINE Cleaned, Better oullt for F' ,rda: living. trade on wnythlng. DAHMSKVi.: '
in three 8-10-12 WIdeGaisei'vlhle
approximately ---
Keystone Height oiled and adjusted In your YoU planor ours 964-7923. U.cJ j
Mrs. Ledford
days. according
home, $3.00. Your lot or contact Bu-
Vacuum cleaner
F to the Medical Center will be Fri., Sat., Dee. 19, 20 Telephone 413-4.185 Good Quality WILL BUTT: Used Appllanees.I .
. repairs also. All work guarante. ford MItchell. phone. 64
released in two or three days. : TV". R _
Stereos anything
Her injuries consisted of mul- Double Feature Program FOR RENT: TV sets baby ed. Dennis E. Coggins, Phone' Reasonably Priced 08.13!' : POBox 238: Starke' I i Furniture of vi-tlue. PABMCR'S ",
tiple cuts and bruises. We are beds, elec. guitars amplifiers 431-1428. tfch c Gainesville 378-2785 I t.t."e

thankful that these neighbors refrigerators: day or week.: DA ANTIQUES Come out and Serviced. Guaranteed and SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic

will be able to enjoy Christ HMER'S. 964-7923. uiller" see our large collection bottles Delivered In Starke Area JIMMY MOORE'S Letters all!! sizes colors. Permanent .

mas at home. for use on wood glass
furniture glass! hard ward
I "The of variety SUN SPORTSMOORE plastic paper; :: metal leather. So' El: 2nd Ave. &
kinds. We buy and US 441 N. 43 BroJV1 ANYTHINCI'' -Bradford County 2nd Street
trade. Come out and /browse 378-2785
301DRIVEI trouble 'around. Griff Old Trading BOAT rOn Telegraph ? Near Post Office

with girls' Post 2 1-2 miles north of ANTIQUES bought and sold YOUR MONEY FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bedroom 'Open 'Til.8 P.M.

.. Starke on US 301. Phone 964- furniture refnlshed upholstering Starke Ph. 66"- 791 tralller outside city limits.

J 7289. tfchg cabinet work. art'.ques! re Complete Outboard & Stern J. B WWII*. 964-6114. tfchg
N stored to orlg'nal b!auty. CallC.
ard Repair.
Volkswagen Drive Service
A. J. Thomas, Registered Real E. Jackson 1313 West Madison TT-fjrni.-hie1 hiuse; for rent. WANTED LISTINGS

from MGM( New Estate Broker since 1953. Specializing / Ft. Phin- fi4-W70.) tfch? Complete Fiberglass: Repair. ':t've furmlhed. W3: psr moni1. I On Homes and Acreage. Buyers
& Used
$how Begins At 7 F.M Cu s t o m-bultt Fiberglass I .
Panavi ion Sales In appraisals for estates ; f. N. Cl"Tk St. Ph. 9fi4-5311 orI J Waiting. St.rout Realty, "Ret.f .
Service 'tltII' FA YES1 FABRIC3 First Fishing Boats. I Temple Ave.
Admission 75c l> Mttrocolor corporate and Individual qual 473-J719.:: Broker 2117 N.
ity drsas drapery! upholstery !I i Ph. 964-6609 Starke Fla..
1 Ml. North of TM Mall owners Thirty years experiencein
material. Not'ons mill ends, TRADE Use I''
FR!. PLUS GAINESVILLEFOR : Florida Land Matters. 205 N. FOR SALE Nice 3
SAT., SUN., s?ccn's. Metal zippers! lOc to Furniture, Appliances.: Toy. HOUSE
Temple Ave.. Starke. Fla. Tel.
DEC., 19, 20, 21 I flfti-STOl.. tf 20c. Week davs 10 to 6; Friday TooJ Wlmberty's Trading! CAMPERSALES bedroom< home as low as $100

Saturday 10 ID Sunday Post, 7434 Elan-ding Blvd.. down-$79 a' mo. No qualifyingWe
:Double Feature Program M.Ma, Ii jag$ SALE Concrete blockhouse FOR SALE 2 bedroom house 1 ti B. On: 301 m m'lei Northof Jacksonville. tfclig finance. Located one blockW.
I A cot a t L I g Wrlclo :01. tfchg of 301 on W. Davis St. Call
; 3 bedroom 1 bath, central furnished. 3 1-2 acres, high and on Development
c.1r. heat & a1r dry. on Hwy 16 at :Klngsley 9201 Waldo Road or write Housing
.rJl'f> -
c SERVICE Small appliances Corp. P. O. Box 7337. Orlando.Fla. .
d. ;. lot. Phone 964-5367. tfctogEARS' Lake. Phone 533-2977. tfchg at Starke E. Gnltinervllle 376-M91 .
Hardware Co. 108 Area Code 3054244963.3tp

.1 THE II:1ThIIIALLIA: : EXPERIENCED WAIT R E S S Call! St. Phone 964.5311. tfch MARYCARTER ,; Authorised- "Dreajner""Wheel Dealer"Starciraft" 12-18
[ --- -
wanted. Good pay. Apply In per-
TAXiDERMYRugsFhihBtrdsOameheacla SALE-XMAS trees. Holly
\ Camper" FOR
GREAT eon at Longhorn Restaurant U. II
I HAS S. 301 South. tfchg Travrll Trailers Truck: branches Cabbage plants. Ph.
"THEMALTESE Chaz. Lundy Plaza-Lodge Mo- Camppers Fold DorwiwSAtlES 964-5614. U. S. 301 South. Mrs.

I BANK HIPPY" EVERYTHINGSTARKE PUBLIC WANTED NOTICE- tel Starke. Fla. 4tp 12-25 : SERVICE I W. A. Stern. 2tp 12-25

I ((6]<<&S Some one to assume paymentson
ROBBERY ; $100 each phone 964-5541. PAINTS FOR SALE Pulpwood truck South City Limits
I ING MACHINE In beautiful 2tp 12-18 and saw $700 for both GIVE living plants for Christ-
Phone 964-6848 Carl J. WHLson 964-6691 4tp 12-11 mas. Azaleas 8 for $1.00.
:: -
SUN., MON., TUES. walnut console. Must place In FOR SALE1966 Honda S-90 ;: K llrow nle SI 1-1 Christmas Cactus. Poinsettias
NVISION" your area to a reliable party. like new. Hairnet, shield andrack
f KOM wAflNiH axoa.MVIW AMTS DEC. 21, 22, 23 and many other exotic plants.
Balance now only $69.20. Phone Included. Trailer : FOR SA11E! -German Sheppard Itehg

PLUS VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY' 353.1946 Jacksonville COL pe. PhO'e 864-7623: 2tchg 'I type puppies.: Ready Christmas.

The MONSTERS MASTER Add Machines with LECT. Day or night. ask for WALLPAPER Phone 964VT497.\ 2tp 12-18 For SALE-2 horses with saddles

are m REVOLT1 subtraction. SPECIAL. this credit manager. Will deliver, FOR SALEHOLIDAY 'IJ $200.00-C. A. Morgan-

and the world month only $69.95. Ideal for no obligation. DUCKS FOR SAL'.E' -New & used Home- I 964-5748. 2' ?
the brink ofDESTRUCTION home or light office work.- 4tehnr 12-2' Drjased. From $1.50to $3.00.Als' J list Chain saws. Cash Discount I
is on Bradford County Telegraph U ) live- Phillip Alexan 3cr.Rt. prices or easy Terms. Joe'a I FOR SALEJ.

MIMOSA MANOR 2. Box 227A, Starke FOR RENT Klngsley Lake MOBILE HOME PARK wa-ds Road) ltp 7580 12-11 4tp 1-1 3 pt.

New brick duplex apartm nta Trailers and Spaces For Rent 3 pt. Rear Mounted Cultivator
Phone 964-5391 or 964-7788. Mer Phone 964-7498. tfchg RIDER WANTED To commutj FOR REMIT Furnished apart- $125.

ritt Williams. tfcbg to east campus SFJC ments. Alls? house for sale In
tiller 3 pt.. $75.
: MAKE 4-blade disc ,
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE Galr.esvllla! for Wed. night J WE country. ISmall> down payment.W. Power Corn Husker Sheller,

4 Bed Room Frame Dwelling I 8 REGISTERED Polled Here. ((7:10:15): : ) Call 964-6234:! after H. WoHIman., tfchg $50.
3-4 Acre of land. paved street ford Bulls. 7 mo. to 21 mo. Fine p.m. Ztchg )[ KEYS
and eldewalk, private wate,I stock. Will make good herd FOR SAlLE-Large lot 110 ft. 2 Cole Fertilizer Distributors.

supply, cheap electricity ten bulls. $150 to $250. Ashland MASONRY Carpentry, electris: x 110 ft. iHnsi-'e city limits. City $45.

pecan trees close to school. Ranch. Melrose phone. 475-5561 work, o5d Jobs. Han. doors, w3"r and electricity. Ideal for !, 2 Covlngton Planters with fertilizer -

Offered at reasonable price with 2tp 12-18 windows etc. Frank Carglle.Ph. house trailer or house. $850. box $45.
N.L 475-1532. Melrnes. 2tp 12-25! tfchg 2-14 bottom Plow. 3 pt.. $80.
IiSIROV terms and cheap interest. A. J. FOR SALE-1965 Bonnsvllle. 4 Ph"n: 965-6610. !
FOR RENT-2 Bedroom unfur dr.. hard top automatic tram- 5' Disc Harrow. 3 pt. $90.
HILTONNinoCASTELNUOVO Thomas Realtor, Tel. 964-5701.
Franco NERO George FOR SALE-3 bedroom framehouys
nlshed house 5 m'.les South o I ml'sltn. .power:: steering, power FOR SAILE -Large corner lot 15. Draw Disc Harrow $60.'

J ...d till SEWING MACHINES Starke on 301Ph.. 9C4-7490 or newly remodeled on brakes air rado.: Clean 110 ft. x 110 ft. inside city llm. 30" Buzz Saw $25.

'..AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL. '. Largest selections from whlrtito Waldo 468-1222 between 8-4. large lot near Kingsley Lake $1.100.00 cash. Phon 533-2681 or its. SiptUe tank good lawn, Large 2-wheel trailer $75.
Mi ;- .. i: .COL0R'.r I $7,500. Call 533-2045 after 4 p.m. 9646148. Itchg shrubberjy. concrete slab. city Also 58 acre farm with Im
fM1-' '- choose. Ffaff. Necchl. Neleo.
... ...._. Up
Will .
..1J ?- MOTHRA 600ZILLA-RODAN-MANDA EUNICE NURSERY water electricity and gas. provements.LOGAN.
4 In_...-....;;...........pc,.... New Home. ti Universal. and FOR SALE1970 Sport 2ndl concrete lab for 1-4 mile south Waldo.
....AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL 11 REPAIR ALL MAJCE3J. Satsuma Kumquat, pear FOR SALE Horaes-1 Palomino Super: pcur
shade trees. Blueberry plants. Cfcevelle. Drafted must sell. hcusj :t-ailler. 1500. Phone 964- I U. S. 301 I'D
: mare and sorrel S monthold ;
Open Every Night 1968*fl.IC.fl Intonjt.oojl. PicturM
National Sewing Azaleas. Camellias, Ornamental colt $200. Must Mil this Call 533-2191 after 6 p.m. ltp 6610.\ tfchr
1966 VW-1300
.From Dec. 25 thru shrubs 3 for $L up. 2 ml week. 964-5345. ItchgFOR FOR SALE -
Open Every Night Machine Low mllag
Co. 50 hp.
north of Lawtey on Hlway 301 LEGAL FORMS. Bradford DISHWASHER WANTED Apply model.

Dec. 31 Dec. 25 Dec.. 31 611 W. University Ave. 37S-1US turn at sign.! Phone. 782-3465. RENT -small ..unfurnished Coun'y Telegrmph. Ph. !In petrson at Longhorn Restaurant good condition.: 1075. Phone
tfchg house. Pone 064-5724. tfch 964-635. W. S. 301 south tfch* 964-6610.

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