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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Tornado gridders will

Iri go after their third win

CUBB tomorrow night (Friday,

Nov. 13)) when Orange

i Park Raiders will bring a
v :;:sN y ,., 1.I t Funded v fine passing attack to

'. Bradford Field at 8 p.m.

Fifth a It will be the 'tornadoes' final -

l t 1k home game of the '70 sea

ll I lI son.Coach David Hurse expects

l- rt YearCUBB his team to have a rough time
tt 1 d r with Orange Park, pointing out
It will be nearly impossible for
I v a Economic Agency, Inc. the Tornadoes to be as high as
i has been funded $108,812 to they were against Fernandinatwo
administer Its Conduct and Administration weeks in a row.
.rte and Neighborhood i "Our boys expect an easy time
cervlce Center programs for ,-; ;41f with Orange Park, and they
the next fiscal year, it has r<. { won't be a pushover," the head
been announced. k +
Tornado noted this week. Even
It will be the fifth year CUBB ( though the Raiders have beat-
t j e has operated In Clay, Union, en only Palatka Central they\

Baker, and Bradford Counties. ) I will not be pushovers.OP .
; '1 r 1''' 1 N ( lie: total funded for fiscal 19701 i
is $2,000 less than the pre-
lost 33-6 to Live Oak
lous year funding level of$110-
12. last week, but Bradford High
The reduction originated In scouts say the Bulldogs broke
Atlanta and was necessitated the big play for touchdowns.
jy over-expenditures In the They did not have as easy a
Queen Debra Pre alt left, and her court. Ann Ann Thomas and the Senior Class float in the Southeast Regional Office of time against OP as the score

,. Terwillegar, Sharon Howell, Donna Leach and Lou Homecoming Parade last Friday afternoon in the Office of Economic Opport- would Indicate, says Coach
Slarke.Homecoming unity (OEO), according to Nelson George Loper. Live Oak touch-
R. Rios, executive direc- J 4 "J downs, for Instance, came on
tor of CUBB. a punt return and a screen pass

Approval of the agency and k that went 65 yards.

Festivities its programs was received Nov.
2 at the CUBB office In StarkeIn r +
the form of a letter from "" ","J'hl'-l:'t; Orange Park is a good passing -
Roy Batchelor, regional administrator team, the BUS scouting
of the Southeast report says. The Raider run-
Regional Office of OEO, and Homecoming Queen Debra Prevatt as she ning game Is termed adequate.The .

Highlight BHS WeekendA by telegram from U.S. Rep. appeared Friday night at Bradford Field. Debra, OP team is small, ave-
Don Fuqua, D-Altha. BUS senior, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. raging 161 pounds, but is aggressive -
CUBB currently adminis- Prevntt, Starke. under the tutelage of
ters four programs: Conductand Coach Wink Criswell.The .
Administration, which is Raiders are noted this
BHS- Judges of the skits at Tor- the operation of the CUBB office season as a better second half
packed stadium nado Whirl were Mrs.Ann God- ball club.
and Its personnel, the
watched Bradford High students win, Recreation Director Gene Neighborhood Service Center 4 Sentenced Fans can expect a passing ball

nado romp through the annual Tor- Y Rayburn, and County; Judge The- Program, the Head Start Program game, Coach Hurso says, both
Whirl homecoming festivities ron Yawn. Homecoming parade and a new Emergency from OP and Ms own Torna-
last Thursday night featuring float Judges were John Myers Food and Medical Services Program does Orange Park will] prob-
skits and climaxed by : George Pierce, Randall Davis, ably also attempt to run on

I a mary pap huge rally bonfire.around the custo- Gene Rayburn, and Mrs. Ann The latter program has beenIn Monday In the Tornadoes although it remains -
Godwin. to be if
i Highlight of the existence for some time seen they can.
evening was
Ills Tornadoes will also attempt -
but has recently been expanded -
h the crowing of Miss Debra Pre
vatt 1970 by OEO after a study made to establish a running
Queen as Homecoming by a Senate committee headed ;ame Friday night, Hurse says,
, by predecessor, Miss Flying Off hot added that also remainsto
Elaine Akrldge. Queen Debra by Sen. George McGovern, D- Court TermFour
be .
t is the daughter of Mr. and J S.D. CUBB has received $60- seen.The
1 Mrs. J.T. Prevatt of Starke. Bus Wheel 100 for the new program In its
: The Junior Class walked off four counties. Tornadoes who had the
, Thursday night with the prize Basic aim of the Emergency persons were sentenced to terms in Florida finest night of the season pass-

, for the winning skit, entitled, Hits ChildIn Food and Medical Service State Prison at Raiford after pleading guilty Monday ing against Fernandina, also
i "All Right Now,"and the class program, Rios explains, Is to in arraignment proceedings in the Fall Term of Circuit expect to do their share of
es' float in the homecoming Initiate distressed persons in Court before throwing the pigskin. Hurse
Judge George L. Fatten
parade Friday afternoon was BrookerA the use of existing programs, says he's found two sterling
Judged the such as the commodity foods receivers In MalachI Henry and
winning class float..
The DCT Club won the club available to needy persons.In Paul James Newsome pled shine still and possession ol Jimmy Alvarez. He plans to
guilty; to breaking and enteringthe mash and wort last June 25 end
where doctor switch them off at split
float division cases a certifies -
depicting Fernandlna's loose school bus wheel flew Farmers Mutual Exchangelast and a presentence investigation running play. The Tor-
Pirates a person or family is every
Big Tornado. running froma H tlJ through the Brooker school yard suffering from malnutrition the Oct. 14. He had been em- had been ordered then. nadoes leading receiver, Tim
where 30 children played on ployed there briefly. Monday he was adjudged guilty
The Whirl new would Murphey, who caught 12 passes -
also emergency
performance featured a Monday, Nov. 2, striking one also allow CUBB program to issue a After noting the defendant hada by Judge Patten and sen- for 123 yards against Fer-

Tornado Band by and the the marching BUS majorettes student a glancing blow, break- purchase order for groceriesat past criminal record, Judge tenced to nine months in the nandina and sophomore Wayne
'- Ing his Patten passed sentence but state prison.
arm. for
a local store where Teston will provide plenty
twirling with fire. The injured youth,David Fus- arrange- gave Newsome credit for the Two Raiford prison Inmates, OP
defenders to about
Class princesses were intro- :Mike King, Janice Stancil. and Greg: Gay; pro sell, was taken to the emer- ments had been previouslymade time he has served in the Brad- Charles Wade Hampton and Hurse think,. worry
duced to the Whirl audience. test for more right in the Junior Class' winning gency room at Alachua General Rlos says.However,Rlos ford County Jail awaiting dis- Lawrence Cousineau, Monday
terms the donation
Junior Princess outright of
Kay Turner I is skit' nt Tornado Whirl.ter Hospital In Gainesville by his position of his case. changed their pleas to escape
dollars of
federal monies
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. mother, an aide In the Brooker one W.L. Griffis. 35, had pled last Aug. 12 to guilty. BHS quarterback Dean Johns
Bobby Turner of Starke, Sophomore of the least effective forms of Jim had his finest night of season
Public Defender
Elementary School. guilty to possession of a moon- Asst.
Princess Becky Sterner of Mrs. Cecil E. Leach; for instance, the girth of Math Principal V.R. Ferguson said aid a poverty agency can use. Birr asked the court to show last week, completing 24 of 41
Is the daughter of Mr. Ann Terwlllegar, daughter of Instructor Harland Sprow and passes for over 300 yards.
the teacher on bus duty, Mrs. leniency for Hampton becauseof
and Mrs. Otto Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwil- the Much of the time Hurse
Sterner, Starke, cheerleadlng ability of Mattie and his points
Ellis, heard the noise his youth previous
and Freshman Princess Donna legar, and Sharon Howell, Principal Ralph Diggs. of the bus dragging on the good record at Raiford. When out Johns had to get rid of
Prevatt. the daughter of Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rhy Coach David Hurse Introduced pavement and looked up. She State Attorney T.E. Duncan offered the ball quickly, in the face
and Mrs. J.T. Prevatt and the mer Howell, all of Starke. each member of the football Pat- of a hard Fernandina rush but
saw the wheel coming across no objection, Judge
sister of the homecoming queen. Titles of the Whirl skits seem squad to the crowd and talked still better than in previous
the sentenced to
school yard and yelled to ten Hampton an
Composing the Queen Court Indicative of the position each about the homecoming game. r games.
of 60
the playing children "who kind additional term days.
were Misses class in the school. The freshman His fired OP Robert Hawkins
Lou Ann Thomas, up team nearly pulledoff of scattered like a bunch of Cousineau, charged In the quarterback -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.L. skit was entitled "The the upset of the year, los quail." same case, was sentenced to is a small sophomore, 135
Thomas; Donna Leach, daughcEoxin Ten Commandments For BItS:" ing to powerful Fernandina The wheel came off the movIng three years additional. Birr pounds, but Is also a fine passer -
sophomore skit: "Secret For- Beach only 30-22 in the final both long and short. "He'sa
asked Cou-
bus 600-700 feet east of the also leniency for
mula That "
Brought To- six minutes of the game. fine sophomore quarterback,
school, Ferguson said. rolled slneau, saying the escape had
gether junior skit "All Right
; : Fred
CJJe Browning, psychology says Coach Hurse.
across the school yard struck not been marked with violence,
Now, and senior skit: "Sen instruction master of Steve Is best Raider
was Murphy the
the school building, bounced but Judge Patten noted the derendant's
iors This Is
Your Life. ceremonies for the Whirl. receiver, with good speed
off and record and handed
< drier a pine tree,
As usual, the students could- Homecoming chairmen were Instructors and hands. He can catch the
then rolled about 200 feet more t Y down the sentence.
n't resist
a chance to poke Warney Adkinson and ball In a crowd, BITS scouts
before Patten
stopping. I Judge gave probationary -
fun at BHS faculty members- Mrs. Vicki McKinney says.
sentences on two cases
l i Continued on Page Four) Alvers
0Lawtey I which had been continued for Fullback Mike 150-
pre-sentence Investigations.Lula 12, always plays in the slot
Dority, 69, Lawtey fruit and is used primarily as a
Bigham Wins New stand operator, was placed on pass receiver. He is a good
Stay receiver and likes
probation for three years for too, to run
carrying a concealed firearm.She the curl.
i had been charged on March
In Counterfeit Sentencepassing 29. 1970 with carrying a .38 Best back on the OP teamis
caliber pistol. She was ordered Kim Bridge, a tough run-
Methodist to surrender any weapons ner with a good second effort
to the Sheriffs Department. The OP line does a good Job
Wm. E. (Bill BIgham, 47, Simpson's order was filed counterfeit $10 bills. Post Harold Eugene Creason, 34, protecting Hawkins, BHS scouts
Thrift Commander
Shop Bill Scoggl, (left foreground) and
of Brooker, has won a new delay Bigham's motions before for say. Tackle Tim Mardos 190-
Past Post was placed on probation
SALE from starting a five-year last Friday, the day after U.S. Scott were opposed by AssistantU.S. Commander A.J. mas, Sr. turn the first three years for possession and 12, is the biggest lineman. He
spadeful of
sentence received ten months District Judge Charles R.Scott, Attorney John D. Roberts. Edwards Road.dirt at site of neon w' American Legion home sale of barbltuates. He was arrested is tabbed an aggressive blockeras

Sat.. Nov. 14 ago in a counterfeiting case. following a hearing in Ocala, The court was asked to take In November 1969 after well as being big and strong.
He had been scheduled to report refused to delay the execution note of the fact that Bigham's a plant made a buy from him. His running mate, tackle Jim
EVERYTHINfJHALF Monday to the minimum of Bigham's sentence. conviction had been affirmedby Broken Creason first pled Innocentand Nix, 170-11, Is also a fine pass
i PRICE security U.S. Prison at Eglin Bigham's attorneys, Thomas the U.S. 5th Circuit Court Ground a trial was set for June blocker and is quick.
Air Force Base near Pensa- A. Larkin and Richard J. Ril- of Appeals, and that review 24. But on June 25 Creason
Whitehead Bid*. cola. ey, had asked Scott to reduce, had been denied by the U.S. changed his plea to guilty anda Guards Pete Tuebner, 145-11,
Lawtey Fla. mitigate, or suspend the sentence Supreme Court. PostVeterans presentence investigation 'and Marc Firth 150-11, are
Under the new order, he will which Blgham has been Larkin noted that because of Legion ordered. ;small but quick. Firth stays
be allowed to remain free under fighting through appeals since Blgham's business and other Pleas of guilty were accepted low and blocks aggressively as
<< $20,000 bail for a 30-day Jan. 18, 1969. affairs at Brooker, he needed by the court presentence 'beg Tuebner. Both are tabbed
Q (1..mvnit 1 period, or until arguments are He was convicted a month more time before starting sentence Day observance In lea were Mayor Carl Hurst investigations! were ordered In )1 held on a motion. earlier In a 1965 case involving Judge :Scott had ordered <;itarke was highlighted by County; Commission Chairman the following cases: lcBrlde, 150, only sophomore
The time extension was ordered $102,000 in counterfeit notes him to surrender at noon Mon- j roundbreaking: ceremonies at Zedra W. Hamilton, and City Sinclair Chapple Jr., 18, '>n the line, gives Hawkins good
t4t4 4ni\ by Judge Bryan Simpson confiscated by the U.S. Secret day. I he site of the new American Council Chairman Nell Tucker. breaking and entering Dev- maps and is a sound blocker.
of that court, who said Service at the time of Blgham's 1I I egion Post 56 home on Ed- A.J. Thomas, Sr., a Past Post rick's Inc. on Oct. 6 with Intent OP is expected to run a split-
& N... '--I his stay order will expire when arrest In a Lake City bus sta- Simpson's order overruling ,rards Road, across from the Commander, served as mas- to commit grand larceny.A ID defense a four man line

i..UO.OOO, .......0.-Iv the case is acted upon and an tion. II e was found guilty of Scott grants the delay sought ,lew Starke armory, at 11 a.m. ter of ceremonies. Thomas second count against Chaps with tackle split and two line-
"-- ,.... order entered by a regular conspiracy, and with selling, and also sets in motion a new ,Vednesday, Nov. 11. helped to organize the post pie of stealing auto stereo u- wickers stackrd In the hole.
panel of the circuit court. avenue of appeal to the circuit Participating in the ceremon- after W>rtd War I and was rile defense Is small but scrappy
court. I:' BUS scouts .
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Reggie Norman ton of Mr:;
Luncheons Given Hospital Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery and Mrs. Truman Norman, wai
AuxiliaryThe have had as visitors, Initiated Into the XI PM Theta
For Betsy Matthews iw Mr. and Mrs. Benny Gay <* Kappa National honor frator-
During Past WeekMiss general meeting of the Plant City on Tuesday and Mr.of aid; at the Lake City Junlox
Horace Horton last week. Reggie was
Bradford County; Hospital Auxiliary and Mrs. College
m. and Rev.E.G.Mor- elected president of till
will be held Monday Harvey also
Betsy Matthews bride-
elect of Dec. 19, was compli- Nov. 16 at 7:30 pan In the gomery of Lake City on Wed- Park Management Society.; He
: mented at a luncheon Saturday Methodist Fellowship Hall. nesday. Is a 1969 graduate of BBS

In the Pecan Room of the Gar oc. a._
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den Restaurant given by Mrs.
David E. Canova, Mrs. Lester I
ftlady Mooty: Phone 964-7608 Crews, Miss Katherine Peek
and Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr.
Society EditorWoman's Centering the dining table was V I *
an arrangement of pink and
c white chrysanthemums and car- ,
1&t". nations. Down the length of the
table was a garland of Ivy extending -
to two smaller arrange-
Club ments of the same flowers at
Family SupperSet each end. Bridal place cards
decorated with tiny pink nose-
It was an exciting homecoming as
For TonightThe gays with pink satin ribbons THURS. FRI. SAT.
marked the seating arrange- these football sponsors show. They are ,

Starke Woman's Club will ment for the 20 guests. ((1-r) Denise Winkler, June Hardy, Kitty SUN. ONLY
have at the club Miss Matthews was presen- ,
Family Night
Hazen Gloria Pam Tyre, Robyn 1
house tonight (Thursday) 6:30 i ted with a silver tray from
p.m. starting with a covered her hostesses as a mementoof Warren, Gwen Starling, and Lynne Green. Open Sun. AfternoonBoys ...
dish supper. A program is the occasion. The honoree
planned for young and old. I her mother Mrs. E.L. Matthews -
The executive board met at and Mrs. Paul Meng
the Holiday Inn last Thursdayfor mother of the bridegroom- Beta Sigma Phi Duplicate Bridge
a Dutch treat luncheon. elect, were also presentedwith RUGS
Plans DanceAt Winners Told Sweat Shirts
Mrs. John Sanders, president, corsages.On .
appointed the following: Mrs. New ArmoryMembers
Sherrod Hamilton, treasurer; Wednesday the Edwin Williams Mrs. Martha Moore and Mrs. FJanneY Shirts 84 Asst Colors
Miss Martha Sue McCain, co- home on N.ChurchStreetwas Edward Burns were the win-
chairman of finance committee; the setting for a luncheon of Beta Sigma Phi ning couple at Duplicate Bridge Sizes 8.16 Value
Mrs. Maurice Edwards Jr., for Miss Matthews. Hostesseswith sorority will hold a party tonight Tuesday night where there were $1.99
courtesy chairman; and Mrs. Mrs. Williams were Mrs. (Thursday) at 8 p.m. at five tables in play. $1.99 Value
Bill Chambers, Girl's Ranch X.M. Smith Mrs. Ray Stone the home of Mrs. JF. Dough Mrs. Lucille Davie and J.G. 1
Inc., chairman. Mrs. Eleanor Kelly Mrs.Tom- erty Jr. Members and guestsare Wrenshall were second; Mr. i Boys
The November business my Lewis, Mrs. Dick Libby invited to attend. and Mrs. John Mussollne were MEN'S
meeting was held at the club- and Mrs. G.S. Newcomb. Proceeds will go toward sup third; and Mrs. Mary Cook i
house Wednesday afternoon. Marie Smith to Wed The dining table was covered porting a girl at Sunland Train- and Mrs. Hilda Dey were fourth. i CPO JACKETS
New members voted into the with a white linen cloth and Ing Center and other projects. The club meets every Tues- CPO JACKETS
Randall W. Blom centered with an arrangement After the party refreshmentswill Sizes S-M-L $
club are: Mrs. John Greene, day night at 7:30 p.m. In the
Mrs. Curtis Sanders, Miss Nor- of red white and blue flowers. be served. Pratt Street Recreation Cen- Asst. Colors
ma Canova, Mrs. Robbie Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith of Bridal place cards marked the The sorority will also hold a ter and Is open to all bridge Asst. Colors 3
Shaller. Mrs. Kate Sheppardand Lawtey announce the engage- seating arrangement for the dance at the new Starke Ar- .players. Reg. $4.9920x34 Sizes S-M-L $
Mrs. Verna Demorest. ment of their daughter, Marie, 14 guests. mory on Nov. 21 from 9 p.m. .. :
to Randall Wayne Blom, son of Corsages were given to the to 1 a.m. Tickets may be pur- Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wells of 3 KEG. $6.99SENSATIONAL
Junior Women Mr. and Mrs. I.O. Blom of Ral honoree, Mrs. Paul Meng,Mrs. chased from any sorority; member Gulf Breeze were last Friday |!
ford Theron Hunter Mrs. E.L. Matthews Dress will be semi-formal. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- |
Hear Speaker The bride-elect will be a 1971 Mrs. W.E. Middleton, Proceeds will also go toward ney McRae. iPJ a
graduate of Bradford High and Miss Madge Middleton.The supporting a girl at Sunland
From SunlandMrs. School. Mr. Blom is a 1970 hostesses also gave Miss and also to buy appliances at
graduate of Union County High Matthews a place setting of the Starke Nursing Home.
Ann Montgomery of Sun- School. her chosen china pattern as a
land Training Center was the Wedding plans will be announced remembrance of the occasion. BirtllsBradford VALUES
guest speaker at the Junior iater.Stephanie.

night Woman's, Nov.Club 2. meeting Monday Dukes Prison InmatesTo the County following Hospital births announces -: FOR 3-DAYS ONLY!

The club recently held a mem- Be Heard
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Charles
bership members at orientation the home for of Birthday PartyLittle On Program HereThe Ganstine, Waldo, a daughter

Jim Lawson, president. Mrs. Martina Renee Nov. 2.
Lawson greeted the guests at the Stephanie Dukes, Public Affairs Committee 1 LADIES
door and presented them witha daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. of the Junior Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Magnes George
"Snoopy" tag. Snoopyis Dukes, celebrated her first Metlow, Melrose, a son,Archie
name Invites the public and especially -
the Junior Mascot. birthday Thursday night, Oct. teenagers-- to attend Franklin Nov. 3.
Members were invited into 29. when her parents gave a
"Operation Teenager" to be
the dining room for refreshments party for her at their home on held Monday, Nov. 16, at 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Arthur LADIES NYLON MICRO* j L1' a PANT
Redding Jr., Starke a son, \
where the table was cov- N. Myrtle Street. p.m. in the Bradford High School MESH SEAMLESS
ered with a white linen cloth Centering the lace covered auditorium. Anpthony James Nov. 3. f ,
edged with lace. The center- refreshment table was a birthday Florida State Prison Inmates (
piece was an arrangement of cake topped with a Cin- will tell their life stories dur- Mr and Mrs. Joseph Nor- PANTYHOSE
man Contois,Hampton,a daughter -,
derella ;i
pink carnations.The carriage. ing this program. A new group ;
members assembled in Attending were six babies and of inmates will be heard at Nancy Marie Nov. 3. / SALE
the living room, where Mrs. their mothers. The youngsterswere this time. ] ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Wood-
Lawson gave the orientationand given favors party hats There is no admission charge. ,
row Hicks Glen St. Mary a
presented each new mem- and balloons.
son, Randall Scott, Nov. 4. <
ber with a single pink carna-
Miss Kate Struth, who has 99 1
tion, the club flower. Twelvenew Mrs. J.H. Sowell LaCrosseis been seriously ill in Riverside Mr. and Mrs. Michael Anston
members were voted into visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hospital for several weeks underwent -
Dobbs fa
the club this year. Ralford, a son. Larry \
V.V. Hazen. Thursday.
surgery Earl, Nov. 5.Playlex' our reg. $1.29

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CPNK';; 4 Petition Junior-Senior For -Prater If'omen STARKE.n

for a moment of silent prayer.
The week of Nov. 15-21 has Petitions have been sent to
been designated as "Put Prayer all churches for the congre-
Back In School" week by gation's consideration.Also petitions
Mr.- and Mrs. Brian Hamil Mr. and Mn. C.L. Cooper Local admittances to Brad- i the Florida Federation of Wemen's have been placed In local CHRYSLER
ton. Miss Lillian Stump and! have had as guests Mrs.James ford County Hospital this week Club. businesses. The Chamberof
Mrs. A.S. Harrison attended Cooper of Chlefland last Thursday Include: Mrs. Jacqueline Grtffls. The Woman's Club of Starke Commerce window Is also IPLYMOUT
the Merchandise Mart In Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Mae Scheldecker, and the Junior Woman's Club decorated to commemorate this
on Sunday.Dr. Cooper of Durham, N.C. over Mrs. Ida WhItehead, Donald has undertaken this State pro- thought of "Prayers In
the weekend. Cochran Mack C. Jones, Mrs. ject Jointly planning several Schools."
and Mrs. D.W. WhItten Nelma Keen, Starke; Mrs Lot. events for the week. On Sun- The club asks that everyone
tie Jones and Mark Crews, day, Nov. 15, at 3 p.m. church concerned sign one of the petitions -
returnedtwo Cep Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe Brooker Mrs. Pauline Disney, bells and sirens will sound either oro or con.
Austria ;

and Switzerland the and.weekend family and Mrs.of with Sanford Robert their parents'Mr. Green spent' Swindell George Hampton W. Saxon; Mrs.and Dorothy Dave- Coming Through For YouIN

and Harvey Finn,
Mrs. Mack Williams and son, and Mrs.Eoltne Smith. Engelke Marie Red- Mr. and Mrs. George Mor- Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy
Richard were InWaycross,Ga. Melro.8L and Mrs. rison and family of Leesburg were In Atlanta over the week-
over the weekend visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith ding << spent the weekend with Mr. end visiting their daughters and
and Mrs. Charles McQualg and and family of Miami visitedhis and Mrs. Henry Morrison. son-in-law, Miss Jayne Hardy -
fanMlv. mother, Mrs. Eollne Rev and Mrs. John Strick and Mr. and Mrs. Gene
land and Billy Myrick are attending
Smith over the weekend. Mrs. Eve Baldwin visited Ivey Jr.James.
Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith the Semi-annual World J
and daughter, Terry, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty Baptist Fellowship Meeting In Mrs. Oscar Thomas In Gainesville McNeely spent Thurs- 1971
Sunday Monday.
Mike Smith of Gainesville celebrated had as guests during the week- Dayton, Ohio from Monday to day and Friday with Mrs. Mc-
the Smith's 28th wedding end Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd An- Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggersand Neely and Mr. and Mrs. Her-
anniversary Saturday night with dersen of Boston Mass and daughter of Jacksonvillewere bert Thomas. Mrs. McNeelyand
dinner at the Ponderosa Steak Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Thorntonof Mrs. Myrtle Anderson spent' Sunday visitors of Mr. daughter returned to Lakeland p
House In several days last week with
Gainesville. Jacksonville.DPC and Mrs. Tullie Norman. with Mr. McNeely where
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ander- they will make their home. GA.O Ge.o
''Wayne Blankenship and Miss Bobby Wiggins, who has son In Callahan. PFC John A. Mr. and Mrs. Will McMil
Kathy Wilson 'of University been stationed at Mayport for Anderson's new address Is 260- lan and daughter, Lynn, Mr. Sam Parker of Atlanta was &
of Georgia spent the weekend six weeks, was home for five 04-0380, HQMACV V-J 3-051, and Mrs. Hlendle McMillan and last Wednesday night visitor
with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Williams days leave before returning to APO San Francisco 96222. He Miss Jackie Smith of Swains- of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grader -
his base in Norfolk, Va. on left for Vietnam on Sept. L boro Ga. were Friday night i
Tuesday. Gene Wiggins of East dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Anne Lambert Orange Mr. and Mrs. Linton Taylorand Friends of Mrs. H.B. Ham
Point, Ga. was also home for J.W. Ritch and attended the
Park and Mr. and Mrs. Rip the weekend. children of Jacksonvillewere Florida-Georgia game In Jack- ilton will be interested to know o a W8
Geiger of Green Cove Springs Saturday visitors of Mr. sonville. that her brother, Ray Garner,
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Misses Anne Marie Nickels, and Mrs. Merritt Williams. was recently elected Clerk of
Mrs. John Greene. Joyce Dunn and Dianne Edwards Larry Gibson, who has been Record and Magistrates Courtsin Handout
Miss Annette Flynn of At- Alachua General
of the Florida Atlantic University confined in Brevard County.
Mrs. Leo Champion cele- Boca Ratan, spent the lanta spent the weekend with Hospital with two broken ribs,
brated her birthday Sunday witha weekend with Mr. and Mrs. her parents, Rev. and Mrs. has been transferred to the Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Mc-
family dinner parly. Helpingto J.M. Edwards Sr. and attended John Flynn. Gainesville VA Hospital. Rae and children of Jackson- GEA k Good
celebrate the occasion were the Florida-Georgia visiting her par-
game. ville were
Mrs. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Haddockhad Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof ents, Mr. and Mrs. George p
of Keystone Heights, Sgt. Billy Sunday supper at the CPO Merritt Island attended the Huggins, over the weekend. Car Deals
Dean Thompson and Sgt Paul Among those attending the club at the Jacksonville NAS. Florida-Georgia game on Sat-
Kaufmann of Patrick AFB, Bill Florida-Georgia game In Jack- urday after which they visited Mrs. Roy Andrews of Jack-
Thompson and daughter, Jan sonville Saturday were: Rep. Mr. and Mrs. John Deas and Mrs. Larry Gibson in Starke
aguestlastThursday All
and Mrs. Gene Shaw, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Thrasherof sonville was The Time!
and son Tim, of Ocala and and Mr. Gibson Alachua General of Mr. and Mrs.R.O.Dans-
Mr. and Mrs. Don Championand Mrs. Lamar Shaw, Mr. and Lake City were Tuesday Hospital over the week-
family of Starke. Mrs. Mrs. R.V. Turner, Mr. and night dinner guests of Mr. and by.
Champion also received a tele- Mrs. J.R. Chastain, Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes. end.Al Those from here attendingthe
and of Mer-
Mrs. Jimmy Reddish, Dr. and Harley sons
phone call from Lt. (j.g.. and funeral of Rev. C.A. Cros-
Mrs. Don Thompson from San Mrs. T.G. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. Misses Ginger Baldwin of Tin ritt Island spent the weekend
by at Linden last Friday were:
T.H. Slade, Mr. and Mrs. F.W. with his mother Mrs. Lonnie
Diego, Calif to extend their College and Evelyn Sinclair of Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Crosby and
Strickland and family, Mr. and Harley.Mr. .
greetings. Mercer were home for the Sue Mr. and Mrs.
daughter ;
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton, Mr.
weekend to' attend the BUS
and Mrs. Robbie Shal- O.E. Crosby Floyd Crosby and
Robert and Mrs. Townsend Strickland,
Strunk was l transferred Homecoming.Mrs. .
ler visited Mr. and Mrs. Og- daughters, Mrs. Harold Crews
from Alachua General Mr. and Mrs. John Watson in,
den Bates In Jacksonville on and Mrs. Mary Alyce Stanley NEW
VA. S.G. Denmark, Vernon Sllcox,
Hospital to the Gainesville Charles Flynn and Sunday. of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch, Mr.
Hospital on Tuesday. daughter of Pennsylvania have Ralph Weber, of Jacksonville;
and Mrs. J.D. Seymour, Mr.
and are Mrs. Edna Hart was in O- Mrs. J.L. Johns, Mrs. W.T.
q Mr. and Mrs.Jerry Williams and Mrs. C.N. Christy, Ed- JoinedMr.hate at lID Col-
cala Friday night and Satur- Crosby and son, William Mrs.
win Williams, and Mr.and Mrs. 1970 Road RunnerThis
of Gainesville spent the week- ley Road. Mr. Flynn is managerof day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ron- Frank Norman of Starke; Clinton Plymouth
end with her parents, Mr. and Bob Ferguson. Vogue Manufacturing Co. ald Crawford and family. Norman Jacksonville:Mr.
_Mrs. T.C. Chastain. Charles Mrs.
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J.R. Kelly and son, Ronnie Mr.
and Mrs. H.G. Kelly,Mrs. nosy Steering, Power Brakes, Road Wheels, Hood

Otis Taylor Crawford, and, of Mr.Gainesville and Mrs.; Pins, V-8 Engine, Automatic Tramission, Radio -

i SALE SAVE $40 Starke Mr. and; Mrs.Mrs.Joe C.C.Sapp Crosby, Jack-, Heater, and the Chrome to go with the.Rerl

sonville; Vernon Crosby, Mrs. Paint Job!
1 Lucile Eddy:; ,, Mr. and Mrs.
T.N. Norman, Mrs. EldonSapp,
\ Rev. and Mrs. G.E. Crowelland
The Will '-
56 I daughter, Beverly, Earl Old List >
h Edwards, Mrs. David Brown-
I Ing, and Mrs. Louise Belle, Price Was Q
I "mssenaie all of Starke, Russell Crosby, X
Gainesville, and Randolph
Crosby, Maxvllle; Mr.and Mrs.
William Sapp and John Mott, $4,15225 $336948ChryslerPlymouth
I I COIL Gainesville, and many friends
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INNERSPRING Family Night Also HasA

Bradford Lodge No. 35,
MATTRESS F. & AM., will hold a Family Fine Selection Of Used
Night in honor of all Past Mas- Cars
ters, Thursday, Nov. 12, start-
Ing at 7 P.m. at the lodge.A .
1n fish supper will be served. 1968 FORD
r Mrs. J.R. Wainwright will 1968 PLY. 1968 OLDS
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members and their wives Fury III, 4 Door Hard; Radio and Heater,
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Topic At RotaryThe 1969 FORD 1969 FORD 1970 FORD

Our fin".'".Iu.In ov"r a half' c"ntury Increasing role of adult
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ford County was discussed at Automatic Transmis
the Rotary Club recently by Top, PS, PB, Air CLEAN sion. 23.000 Mites
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Plus Malone's comfort of foam and support of steel diploma In Bradford County 4 Door Loaded, and
today Is In the! adult edu- Top and 2 Door Hard Cutlass, 4 Door HardTop

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accompanying the> aro I .
a criminal offense. Chief Deputy Dolph) Reddish. ford, worthless check; check, Scouts attending were Mont.,}
Schools Here The pair was arrested when The defendants are representedby A. Wheeler, worthless for- Stevens Jimmy Davie Eddy
caught In the Handy Way Store Attorney George Pierce. and w utteringaa forjel" Norman Bruce Wolfred SttvtKersey.
by Lawtey Marshall M.M. Jor Varll Walker Shelley 31, and gory and Terry Carver, Gfont
>vl dan.The William KImberly, 33. charged and Manuel Guerrero Terry
pair appeared In court with breaking and entering and Scout Pack 513Ten Saucer, and Bobby KheyUrg.
Will without counsel.After questioning grand larceny and first degree Dads attending were Cubmae-
Develop them at to their financial arson on Feb. 17, 1870. The members of the Webelos ter Dewey McKiimey. Webelos
f ability to secure an attorney, pair Is charged with looting Pack :513 camped out at Leader Don Neets Harry Rhey.)
Y and learning one of them earned and then burning the home of Scout Oct. 17 where they burg, Freddy Stevens, Donald
. $260 per week asa heavy equipment Mrs. Garnett Studer on US- Lake Neyatl Ore,wenton Cooper, E.D. Norman Frank
around the camp
operator. Judge Patten 301 south of Starke. sang George Kersey, J.T.
Plan hikes, had a weiner roast, Wolfred,
Training ruled they must furnish their Terry Boatwright, 25:, pos- and w 're' told tall tales bY Carver, and Den Chief Stanley
own legal defense. However session of moonshine whiskey Harry Rheburg, one of the dad's Hammond.
the public defender was appointed and\ moving or concealing a -
to represent them In arraignment beverage with Intent to defraudthe -
proceedings. State of taxes.
... A special committee of 16 sey on a survey he Is making l t Clarence Lewis Mitchell, 23, Eight defendants who did not
educators was appointed Nov. to gain Impact funds from the through his attorney SIgsbee appear as ordered for arraign-
3 by the Bradford School Boardto federal government. The county Scruggs of Gainesville, pled ment each had capias' Issued YI1NYEaRYE
develop a master plan for last year received $130OOCIn not guilty to charges of man- for their arrest. They are: GRASS
In-service training for all em- such funds, designed tocom. slaughter, carrying a concealed Berkey Sanders, charged with
ployes of the school system. pensate school systems when '....11I-r- ''''I. -J...;... weapon, and robbery. Mitchell breaking entering and grand
Termed a Self-study committee large numbers of federal em- Is larceny! In the theft of a record -
charged with the Sept. :5
by Supt. Tom Casey the ployees are located.The super- Bulging bags of pecans lined the Starke State fatal shooting of Henry Aaron, player, TV, and shotgun
group will be assisted! by intendent said he sent out ques- Farmers Market last Thursday for the opening pecan 17, with a .25 caliber. He is owned by Bertha Johnson on SEED
CRESC, a federally funded tionaires to determine how auction of the 1970 season.!;! Offerings were surpris- also charged with the Oct. 8 Oct. 19, 1970. *
regional education services many students qualify last ingly large, with over 26.000 pounds weighed in on robbery of the Jackson Minlt Larry Mitchell Rowe, grand zI
center with offices In Lake Tuesday. Mart Madison larceny, In the theft of$370.03in
opening day. Crowd in background is huddling around on Street In
-- Called for bids on food LB.
Butler. Starke. cash and cigarettes from urn
auctioneer Bob
requirements for the three- Allen.
the Eastern Oil Corp. on Sept.
The present aim, Supt. Casey month period starting in Dec- Other defendants pleading Innocent -

says Is to develop a com- ember. were set and for for Jan.which 11, 1971 trials 28.Amos DeSue,withholding support BUILDERS SUPPLIES
Pecans are
prehensive training program 26,692 Ibs. SoldThe : ; Emmett Bright, withhold- STARKE
Augustus Covington, 34,with-
for all school employees, not
ing support; Louis Hampton,
Just Instructional personnel A Legion holding support. two counts of forgery and uttering 215 E. WashinRton;; Ph. 964-5270
special effort will]] also be madeto first sale of the sea- Sales are scheduled for No- Leslie Crews, carrying con- forgery; Don H. Craw-
have the program approved by i Continued:! from Page One son on November 4 brought a vember 12 and 19; no sale will cealed weapon last Aug. 17.
the State Department of Education surprisingly large volume of be held on Nov. 26 Thanksgiving James Lloyd, 24, grand lar- 'srrsr..r ss rr-mrrr ..sss.rssua.rres.rr 1t
to have a formalized its first Commander. 26,692 pounds of pecans to the and a final cleanupsale ceny In the theft of outboard
program, so teachers participating Others on the platform, mak- Starke State Farmers Market, will likely be held on motors last May 27 owned b;;
can get credit for renewal ing brief remarks were City selling] for an overall averageof December 3. Allen said. Don B. Page. t Are You Able To Take The
of certificates. Clerk Merrill Edwards and City; 37 cents a pound. Jessie Vernon GriffIs, receiving
Members of the committeeare Attorney George Pierce. Market Manager Bob Allen]] property stolen from
: Other Past Commanders present considered the overall]] price Court J.A. Standridge last June 11. : i
C.C. Anderson, Millard were: Guy Andrews Dr. good In view of the wide rangeIn the defendant said he had em- Hard Knocks In This Life?
Brown, Asst. Supt. C.M. Clark, A.Y. Covington, A.L. Crosby, quality of the nuts offered. Action ployed a lawyer, but when the
Farabee' vJrv, The quantity sold and price failed to the
Rev. DeWItt T. Jr., T.C. Hazen, Jr., X.M. ; attorney appear,
president the BUS PTA: ;Mary: Smith, S.G. Denmark, W.H. range on leading varieties were: court entered a plea of no': 1 1yuY
Agnes Ferguson, School Board (Bill) Graham, Bill Haas Julian Curtis 9,833 pounds, 35- (Continued from Page One) guilty and told Grlffls to have f
Member Rodney Hall, Gwen McRae, Charles Schaeffer, 44(!, avg. 421!. nits and tires was dismissedand his lawyer present at the trial.
Moxley. representing non-In- and George Pierce. Seedlings4,019 pounds, his bond was reduced to Barbara E. Doublas and Wli-
struetlonal personnel; Elemen- Following the ceremony, 20-35-1/20!, ave. 34C. $1,000. aim J. Lewis, living In open
tary Supervisor Lucille Payne guests were Invited to the new --Stuart2,340 pounds, Eugene DeWitt Blye, 21, adultery on an affidavit signed
Margaret Peek, Ernestine Re- armory for refreshments between 31-44-l/2!, avg. 39C.(! charged with receiving stolen May 18 by Bradford County
gister, John Snell]], Jane Tra- ]11:30] and 12 noon. Randall]] 1,120 pounds, 30- property owned by Devrick's
wick, Sue Winkler, and Elton "Veterans Day has been designated 350. avg. SIC. Inc. on Oct. 6.
Wroten. by Congress as a national The day's high wa s scored Harold Dogan Smith, 39. JacksonvilleBusiness
The superintendent also holiday In honor of the brought 6512of Slighs which charged with receiving stolen
brought up for action the$5,255 men and women who have servedin pound. property owned by Devrick's,
Allen said the first sale
bill from Tax Assessor Gene the armed forces, and Is probably charged with possession of
Long for commissions on the also dedicated to the attain- reached the peak Inpound- mash and still apparatus last
school board 10 mills of gen- ment of an honorable world age with dwindling: volume for June 16. Smith's attorney,
the rest of the
eral revenue taxes or the first peace," Post Commander Wm. season. George Pierce, asked that adjudication -
six months of 1970. Casey said B. Scoggins said. of guilt be withheld.
the School Board could not legally By its participation In this Gregory A Woods, 17,
pay the commissions,bas- observance, Post 56 joined with Wheel.Continued . charged with grand larceny in Directory
ing his statement on a recent more than 16,000 local Ameri- the theft of a boat motor belonging -
circuit court decision in :another ctn Legion organizations ( :! from Page One) to Frederick A. John- -
county. throughout the U.S. and In sev- son last Feb. 18. Auto Sales and Service

In other actions las: tt : nesday, the school board territories. en by Mrs. Ethel Bass. It Is charged with entering without
-- Received a presentationfrom ; AI Crosby, Americanism an express bus and was loaded breaking the home of Lamar Parrish Motors
Bradford ]High] School Chairman for the post, and with students from schoolsin Clemons last Aug. 30.
biology students who visitedthe Ralph Bryant, co-chairman,announced j Starke and was headed for Homer Mosley 19, possession SALES
that 25 U.S. flags were 1 the Brooker school. of stolen property last
Crystal River Marine Biology
I Laboratory displayed on Temple Avenue June 19 owned by Hardy Bros. SERVICE cfjJ( 1
recently. and other parts of town by the Lugs on the left rear wheelsof Salvage Yard. A B&E charged PARTS & % yy, .
Received and approved post in observance of the day. the bus worked loose and against Mosley was dismissed. 1
dits of school lunchroom opera- In addition, many flags were the wheels came off as a result Trials were set In nine cas- Always Good Used Cars
tions. Asst. displayed by local businessesand Ferguson said. The lugs es after defendants entered Innocent Ml Laura St. Ph. 356-545
-- Heard a report by Individual homes.M. .
did not pop off, he said. The
pleas. All trials
Supt. Connie Clark on a work Whitehead were
is the
con- bus traveled about 200 feet
set for Jan. ll, 1971. Defen-
designed to em- tractor on the new home, ELECTRIC MOTORS
study program post after the wheels came off before dants and charges are
ploy 32 high school students or which is expected to be com- it stopped.It James :
Clayton Gibbs, 29, and
In various positionsfor pleted in about six months 7
dropouts Is the second mishap concerning William H. Lewis, 33, each PEAVY Brothers
the school systems. Clerk according to X.M. Smith chairc
c a school bus In the
charged Nov. 2 In three
said a total of $12,500 is a- man of the building committee. cases-
I past month. Brakes failed on breaking and entering the lIar- Electric Co.
vaUable for the project and of It is being constructed on a mother bus at the railroad / rid y' .4 /
that amount the state will) pro- (t.iii acre plot, and will have crossing: on Madison Street In day Way Store in Lawtey, Electric MotorsSold
vide 80 per cent.Accepted central heating and air con- Starke in an earlier accident, the James Waters Grocery in
Lawtey, and with possessionof Serviced Repaired
-- a repor'; '' i ditloning..r but, no one was Injured.
a firearm while engaged in Generators Starters Armatun

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4 From "In Depth Look at thins, subject to approval by
the 1971 Legislature. He said
Prison Conditions" was given
y Lny r at the Starke Rotary Club last that sites In various parts of
THERECCENTER the state are now being Investigated -
Iw'l 19'tJPa-, week by Robert Turner assistant -
superintendent of the U possible locations:
r rn Florida State Prison. for these new Institutions.
Special: emphasis was placedon Turner also replied to some
crowded conditions at RaI- of the newspapercriticism-
BADCOCK UNDEFEATEDIN ford where 3,500 inmates are especially the Washington-'
MENS LEAGUEINDEPENDENTS now confined. Turner said that Merry-Go-Round column-that
25 $14 million had been requested has recently been directed at;
SEARS IS } for three new prison Institu the Florida prison.
In games played Wednesday I .
Nov. 4, the Independents r -
downed Sears Roebuck, 25-18. '4f '

Bill Adams and Bill Belote ,. DeWiit\ C. Jones Funeral Home
... scored two touchdowns each F d ..r
for the winners. Fred Wheeler -
with two touchdowns and
Lloyd Gllpln with one,led Sears.
Container Honors JonesAt

Retirement; PartyTyler B& T25 -
Badcock Furniture took over

Jones (left) was hon- manager of Container's timber first place with a 26-25 win HEIGHTSPHONE
ored at a company barbecue department. Pictured with themis over B & T Auto Shop. 473-3176
Marcus Rhoden scored two
Mrs. Jones.
last Saturday afternoon at -
touchdowns for Badcock and
Corporation headquarters
Bill Norman and Doug Conner .d
near Brooker, upon his About 70 employees,company tx
with each for B & T. The
retirement after 33 years of officials, and friends from one
difference In the was
service with the company. Bradford and nearby counties game
Badcock converted two extra
attended the outdoor barbecue
points I
Jones, who began his career
Badcock 2-0
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with Container Fernandina
at honoring the retiring field representative B & T 1-1, Independents 1-1, I
Beach In 1937, was presented -
who has residedin Sears 02.SCHEDULE.
with an electric outboard Starke since 1939. : Wednesday Nov. STARKE FLA.
motor by P.R Entzminger,
18- 7:30: Independents vs Bad- k
cock; 9 p.m. B & T vs Sears.

Tuesday Nov. 10, saw Starke "'"'.$\ "
7:00: Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 Builders put a halt to Koch'sbid ..Jf''j. \\
for the Championship as .J. a
they won, 8-6. ,
FILL, SAT., SUN. NOV. 13, 14, 15 In the first half Jeffrey Joc- ,
Double Feature Program Kel passed 21 yards to Mike
Cole for a touchdown. Randy [
Crews then ran for what was T t1I f
to be the winning extra points, ,4 t'Sh
Come see how vampires do it. and Builders took a 8-0 lead t
Into half-time.
M.Ir0 AO.nCwhProduclloni GCIdwYA M.Yr pn In the second half, Buildershad #tf" iJphIwtit
White V:
to hang on as Larry 1 _
: M3M PfBienlsA
back 30 for
ran a punt yards
i YI Koch's touchdown, but their extra M5TROCOLOH
LI point try was no good and 1
that was the ball game as far
as the score was concerned. "
I; r With one game remaining on DPB
the schedule Kocha and --

Builders are tied for 2nd place. The immru/fkrnkWi//mss;

STANDARD OIL 12 A Moment Few Experience J 1 b MGM .11 / ft**again s/ng again... t ]11s
PLUS Standard Oil assured them- Homecoming Queen Debra Prevatt is crowned by Elaine Akrldee 6tJ1'l11et1tn/I'/'t1! :

selves of the Bantam Cham- 1969-70 queen. (photo by Dannv's Photography)' jt /),|,
pionship as they downed Con i .. HAMILTON- OLIVER
They're ner Insurance,12-6. TYPEWRITERS: Manual or' 1 BUTTONS- QiCWNELLSUNDAYMONDAY :
going to win Jackson Prevatt passed 2( Chef' SetsPreview Electric. For ale or rent. JQ 2AN4YISION"r
to Carl Hamm for
yards one
Bradford County Telegraph. BRIDES
Wo rid War II 4r touchdown and Bobby Smith Intercepted NOVEMBER 15-16

this weekend.. a pass and ran 5 Registered At

"or die trying I yards dridge for put another.Conner's Fred on Al-the BULLINGTON'SNOVEMBER DOUBLE FEATUREMIGOODBItCOUJMBUS"IS'

Scoreboard with a 20 yard run =
MGM presents a Jerry Gershwin Elliott Kastner picture starring
to make the score, 126. New techniques In the pre-
Richard Burton Clint Eastwood Mary Ure STANDINGS: Standard Oil 8- paration of a Thanksgiving din- Miss Karen Breeden VlRY RJNNY.MlNS .Y API'WNi'

2-1, Builders 6-4-1, Kochs 5- ner will be demonstrated at the DECEMBERMiss MOYK...>1HIN& OF RW AND UNUSIJU JISUBtrGOODBYE. I ,
"Where Eagles Dare"Pan.vlslon 3-3, Conner 0.10.1.SCHEDULE Starke Middle School next THE ORIGINAL.CUSHION ...HOES. N r: ;:.. "
: Thursday Nov. Thursday Nov. 19, by Augustus 'OOCUOII. "All. LO' ANGUli. CALL Carol Reddish : COLUMBUS: is
[Ml ag and Metrocolor 0 MOM 123:45: Koch vs Standard Oil; Brown, who has taught and E. 1\1. NOtiTOY, SR. MiSs Tryphinia McRae BOUND TO BE A GREAT
5 p.m. Builders vs Conner practiced domestic science for SUCCESS''
noun SHOE
over 41 years.Demonstration. BULLINGTON'SPHOTOGRAPHY _
POSTED SIGNS: Treated to PLA. ISOSIn. 73Jta
withstand weather200 etch. and serving of w1v E.
2.2S dos Special price on larger the seven-course dinner will I SOX au PHONE," Gifts The Bride Will :
GAINESVILLE quantities. Bradford County be a preview to the Gourmet I Treasure r
Telegraph. tf Cooking class Brown will teachat noNmx.Nrwul.Atlirn
School beginningIn "
the Middle

Business Directory Get the Pump Interest January.course The will Adult be Special offered Now Is the time to PLUS

I by Santa Fe Junior College on .cover W Inflows, Doors, 'orehes & Breezeweys n,
with the Pledge! Thursdays from 7-10 p.m. :FOR WINTER-LONG PROTECTION

I Brown will explain certain FIIgllh, P111tk. PARAMOUNT PICTURES presents
Goulds Pumps procedures of foods preparedin
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Faris, Inc. quality plus our"Declaration advance of the dinner while C.ttalcNar lriHIrEWNfffm

of guests are eating.
Dependability"service 'Rl foot
BALES SERVICE Insecticide. -Pet SuppUcaFERTILIZERS N assures Persons Interested in attend- ONLY OI 3L/ d.. \
Floe" Selection of Used Car ing the demonstration and din- Also In 4 It.width :
of the best In
Taken O. Cadlllae Trades you ner are asked to make reser-
We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders private waterWILL vations with Richard Jochel o. Ina FLEX-0-GLASS IT't to UK ANYONE COM OO ITI I
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-S301 v
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0471 systems.Call us. the Middle School on Tuesdaysor Is far stronger than polyethylene x' [! TIN COLORA
Thursdays from 7-10 p.m. Iff the onl/pHttic window material l(0. >tl\)
GLASS The dinner will begin at 7:30 PARAMOUNT PICTURELet's
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA in the Home Economics GUARANTEED worar0.Chicago 6041S1Plonoor.
In Plaatlea/ Sine 1924
and the fee will be $2
LIDDELL DURRAHCEPump per person to cover the cost At Hardwa lumbar Dealers Everywhere /
of food. The public Is invited.
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Bales Parts Service 1 I ,
Clean Used Toyotas 1I "Glass For Every PuI'1J08C"Store 341 N. TEMPLI 96170610Urt t
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Furniture Tub En.closures-Showera Tops Glass Replaced o

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Mark HI-Eneish Ford : 3yCharley. NOVEMBER 12 13 14 :
Griffin Bulls : ,
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S Arrow Shirts- Florshelm Bhce
Formal Rentals rrAak
Academy Ladles Sportswear ,

I I STORES! W. UNIVERSITY w Saturday, Nov. 14, at 2:00 p.m. t tt
MOBILE HOMES 'l. t FREE Cupcakes with prize capsules

Beauty Academy I < t ; yy 1' inside, worth over hundreds of t tt
Learn a Profession In Your MUSIC E. J dollars.
Spare Time. P'u11or Part Time I I
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ELECTRIC MOTORS I BALDWIN About This Question: 1 x,09 ,bh Mountains FREE with
i \ Tennessee ,
'tt off ntEa "Personal liability insurance
ELECTRIC I a .> TSi has always covered I t newspaper coupon, or 25c per pert -

? .tqMUSlCe. bodily Injuries inflicted or I
Motor Repair Co. I others including: sickness, son. t
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disease and disabllty. DC]: \ C
Of Gainesville. Inc. O'vllJe Shopping Ctr. 372-5351 1

Repairing and-Used RewindingNew I tend court awards to .mental now anguish also ex,,: t /I I ( 1, P1 / GAINESVILLEMALL THE tI t tt

tSIC N. W. 11th Ph. J7I-M1S MOVERS shock, and mental injury
I- and does the Charley E,
have 'ex t
Farm and Industrial Johns Agency t
Lone Distance Moving
Equipment cess liabilty' insurance t(
Storage PackingCrating cover such added risks?"'
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Santa Fe Tractor, I Free Estimates Call Charley E. 0
39 Stores Under One Roof

Farm Tractors It Implements I ll\lorida'
of Northcentral
USED: EQUIPMENT Van Service, Inc. 131 So. Walnut St. 'The Regional Shopping Center
SALES PART SERVICE I Phone 964-5070 t'

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Pirates (BHS style) ride the DCT winning club float. :
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: that the team has had players quit at Christmas and
began practice Monday night cage r. .
% % for the 1970-71 season which as good a turnout. Many play- then star forward David Mc-' '

( M will begin. Dec. 11 In St. Augustine ers are still in football Sex- Knight Injured his ankle.

4 Returning lettermen will be ton pointed out. The previous season 68-69 '
i: j. Tim Murpehy,Dean Johns, Ran- There could be 15 or 16 boys the Tornadoes had a respec- ..'
t4r dall McGee, Douglas Brown, trying to fill the 12 varsity table 15-8 season mark. The ..;
and Len Register. positions. The Tornado team worst loss that season was
this year could be young. by 10 points, the other seven ..
i___ + Boys up from the JV and BHS posted an 8-14 varsity games going down the drain
w- newcomers shooting for a var- record last season, but lost by five points or less.
sity spot are Charles Wright
(photo by Danny's Photography)
Malachi Henry, Danny McKinney 1
BIIS Coeds At Whirl Jimmy Ricks, and Carl

Riherd. ,*

Their Daddys' probably never thought they'd look like this. At Tornado Whirl were ((1-r) Ann Terwillegar, plans Coach to Mike carry Sexton 12 players says on he WoN .

queen's court; Kay Turner, junior princess ; Becky Siemer, sophomore princess; Lou Ann Thomas, queen's the varsity, the maximum num-

court; Donna Leach, queen's court; Debra Prevatt, homecoming queen; Jackie Gaskins, Interact sweetheart; out ber in a a team tournament.Is allowed dress RYE GRASS :;

Donna Prevatt, freshman princess, and Sharon Howell, queen's court. '
\\M Two other boys who could
1ba help the team are Cleveland SEED
3v Runners 3rd In Star Simmons, a 5-9 junior who
could be a pretty good ball lO :

Bradford High cross coun- Ing to see the meet to get to players Drew,Fleming Coach Sexton., another junior IlP' LB. .;
Imeson Airport by 9:30: a.m.
try runners placed third, behind Is a former Starke resident -
cheer the
d 'l Orange Park and Palatka Saturday and squadon
t yh South, in the Florida Star Conference ," the coach says.
The BIIS cross country record who has returned tie '
4 1 Cross Country Cham-
1% pionships Saturday, Nov.7. to date Is 12 wins, 6 losses played on the JV squad two 'STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES. '
and a single tie. years ago, but moved. .
"We've The conference meet was run Monday's practice with 12 215 E, Wa'hin ton Ph. 964.5270
had bad before
our days -
$ at Palatka South. players present Is the first
4W and have bounced back
very well," Loper says. "Thisis "::!".:",=.:;::m.::...: :::;;::::::::::::::::::::;?:;: ;:::::;:::::::::::::::;:;:::::;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::=:::===::::::: ;:::::::::::::===::::::::::--::::: ::::;:::::: :::::::::"'::::;:::::';::::::*; :':-::;;R:3;:::;:::: :: !>> .
no exception.The '.
BHS distance runners' ;t
Yj No1hyc goal is now to recover, work .
N K. hard, and to be ready for the .
District qualifying meet this A Smith-Corona can help I
Saturday, Nov. 14, at Imeson :
Airport In Jacksonville.This .

will be the toughesttest your teenager through school..t 1: :::
J. 4t to date, on by far the
toughest course" Coach Lo
per says. Depending on the

,'; I r number of scholls to enter How other Christmas .I.
\ r I } gifts
1 many
) there will be two or three
Class A teams to make It to
the state championships Saturday that? L' .
Nov. 21, also at Ime- I! can say '3

son. Airport.

r ? *tji* V WW'''?.' be ready Saturday to do their : surl ounh, ki.,und cute little, tv sets, Ilei.mse, Ili.slxllingcanimprove.(A typed I uoicithat's ulreadvhellxdquite| a [('w-.J tout of every r> .-:.
.\ i very best to quality for the right now your teenagt is but king the tough-\ missx| 'llc ; state finals :: estmostcompetitivestluolingthis t country Ilism-utivethinkinggtIsnudged\ (A Smith'Coionjr :;;:
: "We also invite anyone want- has ever devised tvx| 'xritrrtakcstdcusus6siashocut.) ,wing i unkly,a!'Imith.Corulla isnlagift that'll ::;:
N'hynot give a gift; that.aIl11l'Ip' them) help u student have[fun .::
The Tornadoes highest man, I for instance!, aSmithCorona'tjeciricndaquutlutlemirudecalled. \ Oigani-; )It's simply a gift; that'II help. :: .
sophomore Richard Fill,placed Portable. Because hero's what can happen iationcxnn.1 :.:-,; :
a +' r fourth In 13:21.: SophomoreJImmy Your teenager can learn to type twice us A Smith.Corona can make u difference ffffff..SMITH-CORONA.'..... .co'u..u...... MARCH ANT :r:
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'L'- Lowery was seventh 13-: 'C
25, freshman Sylvester Lott
t 3 was eighth in 13:29: ,Senior Captain -
Buddy Paterson was 10th S'
In 13:31: and freshman Gerald
Top Class Float Grlffls was 19th In 14:41.: I 1 4"P,
Finishing 20th for BUS was N I I
freshman Mark Hodges, 14:42: sp1N wk.
The Junior Class ;
prepared this float for Princess Kay Turner and and 22nd was junior Holland

it won the Class Division Corbitt, 14:44.: i ..
- - Orange Park had 37 points.
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to win the conference cross :!i l
country title, placing men In 4I
PRIEST Electric the following positions: 3,5,6,
11, and 12. Palatka South with
40 points was second with :>: I
Problem the 1, 2, 9, 13, and 15 posi
tions. BIIS, with 48 points, had
men finish 4, 7, 8, 10, and 19. '
5 & 1O Hits CityA "A disappointment to say the ..
least," said Coach George Lo I'
per. Optimistic entering the
conference the Tornadoeshad
Will Be Open Every Friday and Sat decision must be made hopes of winning or no j .'
Electrical Board
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worse than second place.It .
urday Night Until 9:00 O'clock this week on whether Town was hoped that Capt. Bud- ::
House Enterprises Inc. com-
dy Paterson, based on meet
with the city's electrical -
plying ;
would finish secondor
This Fri. and Sat. Nite code in Installing 30 am- third and his 10th place

pere electrical services in its finish hurt, Loper said. Paterson ."'
low-rent apartment complex s .
just couldn't get "up"
SPECIALSFrom under construction on Brown-
for the race, the coach said. r ;=
lee Street.
Gerald Grlffls was also fig
The city; electrical depart- ured for 13th or 14th, Insteadof (1 "
Till 9:00 P.M. -
6:00: : ment says the code calls for 19th Looer said. I V bV -.,,'
100 ampere services. Archi- x i
tect for the project, Ernest uuu .JUVVUVV
DOUBLE Wolfman & Associates of Jack- head, local building contractor. 'JVVuVVUUVU f fJ
sonville, told the Council the Chairman Tucker also asked
100 ampere requirement will that the city's electrical en- LJUUWUUUUU ..:
KNIT MATERIAL Inflict a hardship on the cor- gineer, Ed Wilson of Fred Wil- :
poration. son & Associates of Jackson- ; :
Question really Is whether ville, to sit In on the meet- '.
the wiring In the low rent housing ? I :
$ complex complies with ing.Wolfman I .
said 30 ser-
amp :::
Southern Standard Buildingand .
vices will be sufficient since Smith-Corona.
33ard -...
5.EAS"Y National Electrical Code,
a $ heating and cooking facilities The that .,
which the city has adopted. gift helps.
will be gas. Only load to be ;
services are
30ampere I
placed on the elecrlcal sys-
planned. tem will be the customary :
The matter was turned over lighting and refrigerator, the ,'.' .
L to the Electrical Board by Coun- +.
-BAKE OVEN architect said. The lower pow-
cil Chairman Nell Tucker after
er services constitute no safety -
a ter lengthy discussion Nov. 3.of That the boardis mat ; problem, he added. Bradfordford Telegraph I.

composed Tuesday. of George Grau- lie in cited Ocala other and low Marietta rent units Inj- I County =.

$788 dons, power plant superintendent which, Wolfman said, the 30
Reg. ant. .lectrlcal Inspector;
amp services had been ap .":
$9.49 Merrill contractor I Does and private former electrical power -- proved.George; Graudons Power Plant disputed Supt.that <; (AUTHORIZED SCM DEALER) J t

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Fernandina Beats BHS Upset Bid 30-22.

: Forced to come Cram behind ,,,. the endzone for a BHS touch- rush and sent Mm deep. Alvarez al nine yards around his left one, apparently! not attempting Score by Quarters
final six
ta the minutes highly ; down with 14 seconds left In was the Intended receiver end for the score. BUS stopped another touchdown.
tooted Feroandlna anally ''. the second period. but he was knocked out of Leeper's run for a two point Powerful' Fernandina crunch BHS 683-7-22
mtDtd' out quarterback Dean .., .. .. Johns missed Henry's outstretched bounce by the Pilate defense. conversion and Fernandina led ed out 231 yards on the ground. Fer. 77016-30
Join* aoeatllUalQraUackaDd ..,.'' .. I fingers on a two point Johns' pass went right intt 30-22 with 4:02 left In the QB Benner averaged six yards
downed Bradford High 30-23 ;,i'' ,' conversion attempt, and Fer- the middle of three Fernan game. per carry for his 77 ;yardsIn Touchdowns
Friday night before a stadium : "" ,,'" ''C...,' 0.>. .l" :!: : nandina kept a slim 14-12 lead dina backs all gathered by them BHS failed to move as Johns 13 attempts. Alonzo Autry\
packed to Me the TornadotttMnAcmkinff .,..' ':;'.j'I\I.t.. '; ..' '.l"8'' ,' ) : for the half.Fernandina. selves at the sideline. Leeper tried three passes, completing carried 14 times for 67 yards BHS1)J Murphey. 3-yd. past
game.Bll .. '. ; : .. .., ,. recovered a Ma- took the pass for Fernandina only one for two yards to Mur- Tyler had 39 yards, Leeper from Johns: 2) Henry, 41-yd,
Defensive Le- '.. ':".Pfl1 :,... :,. .. :.. ..,.,. ,' ,". lachi Henry funble on the first and returned to the BHS 31. phey, but was hampered by the 36, and Butler 22 for an evenly pass from Johns 3)Johns, 13-
eper Intercepted two of Johns I "'1'""; ')j I"" ,,. 1M" (" ,' .,.... .',...,'1,>,,' : ;: play of the third period. The a 15-yard roughing penalty against continued rush of the Fernan- divided attack. yd. field goal; 4) Alvarez, 7-
passes in the final quarter,setting .- '.. 1.1' '"'..iiitA,;\ ,;. i ,', Pirates drove from the BHS BHS put the bell at the dina defense. BUS missed a yd pass from Johns. EP- kick
op Fernandina touchdown ,.'. : '" .' : . /tfi [:. 42 to the 27 where QB Darrell Tornado 18 yarcll1ne.Femancl1na' first down aa Johns fired deep Statistics by Johns.
;from the 28 and 16 yard lines, I'". ... ;: I J : Benner attempted a field goalon hard driving Just past Wayne Testc e's outstretched "
polling what probed would :1"S1.' / fourth down but it was running game again paid off as fingers at the BHS 45. BHS Fer. Fernandina-J 1) Rodeffer, 8-
'Have been classed the upset ". : "l'' I wide to the left. O'Neal Tyler got two yards before First Downs 17 17 yd. pass from Benner. EP-
CJI tile JMI' '.. .. .... .. .. From the BUS 20, QB Johns Gene Harris stopped him. Taking over on the 16 with Yards Rushing :51 231 Benner:, kick. 2) Sutry, 9-yd.
Tornado QB Dean Johns (' completed passes of 20, 8, 81 Benner then kept around right 2:19 left In the game Fernan Yards Passing 303 70 run; EPBenner, kick. 3))Ste
passed for 303 :yards and three .iI.C .i yards to Jimmy Alvarez thenhit end for five yards before Joey dina drove to the Tornado one Passes Compl 24-41-2 6-10-2 wart, 14-yd. pass from Ben
touchdowns and kicked a flak .. ..f Murphey on passes of 11 Branson stopped him atthe nine. yard line. Benner took the snap Fumbles Lost 1 1 ner; EP-Tyler pees from Ben

goal to lead Us team to a 22-14 ..' ......,. .... .. and 4 yards to the Fernandina On third down Benner fakeda and merely fell down on the Yds Penalized 25 19 nero 4) Benner, 9-yd.; run; EP-
lead over Femandlana.Johns I, three yard line. There Fer- dive play, then raced the fin- final play of the game from the Punting Avg. 1-25 1-29 Tyler. run.

13 yard geld goal put .. i nandina stopped BHS, but Johns

BHS ahead 15-14 In the third -, ...."_"__A. _._ .... kicked a field goal of his own.
period after he passed for 77 The field goal was a rarity
yards only to have the drive Gene Harris for the Tornadoes but this one A Real Good Effort But
No 63 at
tall at the three yard line Hit middleguard. gave them a 15-14 lead over .
pissing to captain Jbnmy, Alvarez led the Tornadoes with 10 tackles and sev- the Pirates, the first time the

early In led the BHS fourth to another period score and a en assists. Here, he stops Pirate QB Dar- Tornadoes had been ahead. "For us to stay as closeas Tornadoes will be using next Sexton slad he didn't feel at the BHS 28 and IS ;yard

22-14 lead. rell Benner, No. 19, short of the goal line. Benner tried the passing game we did and almost beat year. the 30 points scored by Fer- lines.
The Tornado passing attack for the Pirates, then, completing them. ." Pointing out Individual performers naodlna Indicated the BUS defense Coach Hurse echoed that. He
two for 17 yards, but Fer- Hurse singled out Tim was that bad, pointingout has stated many times t.hatwhen
point kick and
was unstoppable for over three the Tornadoes nandina 41. That Is Coach David Murse's Murphey and Jimmy Alvarez,
nandina was forced to punt late that Fernandina got two"gift" a good football player gets' the
as Johns pinpointed trailed 7-6 going Into the 27 "
quarters second
i With seconds remaining Johns madea expression of his satisfactionwith boys he said "did a fine Job. touchdowns In the fourth football
In the third period. anywhere near the 20
receivers Murphey, Alvarez, per1ocl.SUII in the half Johns missed his Tornadoes' effort in slowed by a
on Murphey, though period when the
fair catch at his 38. pass Interceptions yard line of Its opponent It's
Henry and Wayne Testone. using It tough running' one long bomb to Malachi Hen- losing S -22 to powerful Fer- knee Injury, caught 12 passes gave the Pirates the ball going to score
Finding their team very muchIn attack, Fernandina scored a- ry. Trying a second time Johns Jimmy Alvarez made a tumb- nandina Friday night. for 123 yards. Alvarez; In
a game they were supposed galn. This time It took the again went long to Henry. The ling catch of a Johns pass up his best night receiving this
to be losing by several touch- Pirates eight plays to cover BUS receiver had a step on the middle on first down good "Our kids put forth a real year, caught seven passes for
down Tornado players on the 68 yards with Alonzo Autrj his man caught the perfectly for 28 yards to the Fernandina good effort. It was probablyour 107 yards. 'T'if heat .
sidelines screamed for their going nine yards for the score. thrown pass and skidded Into 36. Johns missed Mur- best game of the ;year, Malachi Henry's catch of a \ your
teammates on the field. to exert Benner added his second EP the Head Tornado stated. But 41-yard TD pass In the closing 1
greater effort. kick and the Pirates led 14-6. he added he and his players seconds of the first half, ,J

What BUS coaches classed as BUS didn't come right back. will be satisfied with nothing to pull BUS up to 14-12 was YOUR FUEL
Bradford's best effort this sea- It looked as If Fernandina would less than a win. termed a "tremendous catch"by '
son took the Initiative from take its 14-6 Into the half. But "We came awful close. the Head Tornado coach.
flavored Fernandina.But BUS' Tim Hurse also pointed out that
Murphey fell
the bubble burst with loose ball coughed up on by a 6 But Hurse said the two fourth sophomore Wayne Teston, who 'a! BILLS GO"ffl2TOrdinary

Leeper's Interceptions and Theodore Butler, giving the period pass Interceptions by caught three passes for 28
Feraandlna went home with Its Tornadoes possession at their .", Fernandina and the Tornado yards Is turning Into a fine
first victory over the Tornadoes own 36 yard line with less than .e.> fumble were three mistakes receiver and runner.
u 20 years.A two minutes left In the first which cost BHS the battle. The BHS coach plans to RcgTTM;::

big strong: Fernandina eleven half. .... i ,'))1(,, "Against a team like Fer- switch Alvarez and Henry at
beaten only by Lake Clty .. nandina you Just can't make split end tomorrow night against -
this season, struck quickly, Johns lost nine yards backto mistakes and expect to win." Orange Park to keep a vx"
marching 64 ;yards In seven his 27, when Fernandina .. fresh receiver running all the r
plays to score on the opening caught him trying to pass on Quarterback Dean Johns who time.
drive of the game. QB Dar- first down. The Pirates refused passed for over 300 yards, had Coaches were less pleased
rell Banner passed 19 yards to a holding penalty on the play. ..,. his best night of the year throwIng with the play of the Tornado
tall (6'4")end Joe Rodeffer for Then Tim Murphey made a the football. Hurse pointedout line. The offense line turned
the score with the game less leaping, diving catch of a that the two Johns passes In "average Job" said Coach y
than three minutes old. Johns pass, good for 11 yards. Intercepted were both right on Jerry Reese, refusing to single s
A surprising Tornado team Going to the opposite side of the sideline and should have out an Individual. Quar-
came right back, marching 71 the field on the next play, Mur- .: .. been thrown out of bounds, but terback Dean Johns did a good
yards In 16 plays on the running phey caught another 10 yarder quickly; added,"Where would we Job of scrambling around,Reese
of fullback Brad Carterand giving BHS a first down Malaohl Henry stretcon hes, gets his hands have been without him?" said.

the passing of Dean Johns. at it own 48 with Just a the ball, but the fall Jars It loose. Henry Coach Mike Sexton said cen-
Johns passed three yards to minute to play. Murphey caught The Bradford homecominggame ter Gary Melvin was the only
Tim Murphey for the score. two more passes for 11 yards made a tremendous cat oh for a touchdown plan looked very good to lineman who turned a consis-

But the BHS missed_the extra and another first at the Fer on another pass. the coaches, Hurse said and tent offensive performance.The .
still does. The coaches knew Tornado pass blocking

they, but then hit Wayne Tes- Fernandina would be tough to "was not good at all," Coach

tone on the right side for 11 run on. Sexton said. QB Dean Johns
yards and a first down at Fer Fernandina's 4-3 defense had to throw on the run he
lit. nandlna's 23, then passed seven Tornado coaches said, and did a good Job of f'\ 4!
NEED CA"SH' yards to Alvarez at the right even though they had drilled It until the two Interceptions. wG a 4 tiv F t4 it17 :

sideline for seven yards to get their players against it In the Defensively, Coach Sexton
said that linebackers
the Tornadoes Inside the Fer- expectation Fernandina mightuse Joey
Branson and Bobby Dyal made
nandina 18. it against BH$. The coaches -
play with Henry run had to some outstanding plays. But
expected see a .pllt.0 I I
for 10 yards up Fer defense such as Orange Parkis they were not consistent.
RISTMASd't mlssle to the eight Gene Harris was credited
FOR CH expected to run here tomorrow -
The Pirates drew night. with a steady game at middle down
penalty; on the play, guard. He led the Tornadoeswith
which moved the ball to theo Hurse said he Is pleased with 10 tackles and seven as-
four, half to the goal.If sists. Dyal had seven tackles '
; way the way his players performed I I
and assist Branson had Own
one ,
= The BUS fullback, Carter, using the old stand by 5-4

... Mind If I Mate a Suggestion? If- got. Johns two yards tried over the right deeper tackle. on- defense three which weeks coaches ago. Due returnedto to opponents the seven Harris field tackles made Sexton and tackles four pointed all assists.over out.

second down from the two, but teams coming up wit!
If he could Just have given the heaters pile the heat up on the ceiling.
BHS was In motion. The five two tight ends. Tornado coach.
Tornadoes more help on Fernandina' until of it finally down the
some steps to living
I yard penalty put them back to es felt a more balanced defensewas
dives his play would level. If own an ordinary heater know'
you ,
the seven where It was second needed and went back to you
have been outstanding, the line how & and uncomfortable that is!
down and goal as the fourth the 54. costly system Siegler
period began. coach said.Defensive. does just the opposite .your floor gets heated
Sell Articiles You No Johns missed Testone on' one The 5-4 will be the basic ends Brad Carter :first. Heat is not wasted on the ceiling and out the
Longer Tornado defense from
pass, then fired up the middle Hurse He now to on, and Charles Wright played well chimney. Don't close o1f'rooms this winter and pay

for the TD to Alvan coming with the says.defense that plans has stay at times, Sexton said. Randy high fuel bills to boot..,order your new Siegler now.
Need across the endzone from his Gasklns came on when Wrightwas
en successful for him.
wldeout position. Johns kicked Injured and "did a pretty IT PAYS FOR ITSELF WITH THE FUEL IT SAVES
the extra point and BItS led The Tornadoes may,use alternate good Job." Gasklns turned In
22-14. defenses from time to a couple big plays.

Sporting Goods Toys Bicycles Appliances TV Sets Their backs to Ute wall, the time, but the 5-4 will be the Again Sexton noted, the BHS "It's A Fact You Can
Pirates drove to the BHS 34 basic defense.Hurse also pointed line was simply not consistent
yard line. But Banner's pass out that he returned to it In Its play.In Do Better At"
Musical Instruments Household Items Or What Have to Ed Dawson was Intercepted now because that's what the the first half the Torna-

by the Tornadoes' Malachi does tried everything, all kinds

You Henry at the BHS nine yard of stunts, against Fernandinabut
line It gave GUS possessionof nothing worked. In the second DENMARKFURNITURE
the ball, but also put them MoviesShowing half when the Tornadoes

Get t I In On This "Extra Cash" Market t WithA I the deep BHS'In UJS a airs with attack Johns throw-moved on the Florida Thea- gained head"really of momentum Fernandina picked Itself and the up defense went" Sex-a- COMPANY

Low Rate Classified d Ad In The Telegraph.the I : : Testone Murphey as good all, as:Henry threats he,ever Alvarez to catch has, Eagles tre screen Sunday Dare"Friday will and be,"House Saturdayand "Where of defensive half ton said."much He play better.termed In"the the second BHS 434 W. Call St.STARKE. FLORIDA Phone 964-5827

football. But it was a question Dark Shadows".
of whether the success of ----- -----,--- ------ ---------..
the passing attack would list "House of Dark Shadows" la

.... Christmas Special I .... the game. The Tornadoes had based on"the TV serial, "Dark
little success running! the foot- Shadows. Starring Jonathan
ball agalnat Fernandlna's big Frld, as vampire Barnabas Collins /
line, netting: only 51 yards on and Joan Bennett the story Thanks Voters .
the ground. Involves a romantic tralngle.
2O WORDS $2 00
Carter got BUS two yards In "Where Eagles\ Dare "
over right tackle. But Johns Richard Burton leads an Inter-
missed on a pass when the "national team on an Incredible

CASH OR CHECK MUST BE INCLUDED big! Fernandina line, led by mission Into World War n Germany / ,. /

a._______________ ___________ Wyche Bryce, put a hard rush The group, Including i 1
on the Tornado quarterback. Clint Eastwood as the American

JUST SEND YOUR AD TO: Going to the draw play: a- officer, and Mary Ure as I wish to thank everyone for a '..r i
BHS member la /
gain Henry got one first Its lone feminine of
down at his 22. parachuted onto a snow slope / Electing me your Clerk /

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Going to the air again Johns high In the Austrian Alps. Circuit Court November
threw to the right side where / on
Through raging ,
P. O. DRAWER A Pirate Billy Leeper Intercepted they make their way Into a 3, 1970. j
ed at the Tornado and reSTARKE'PLORIDA -
village training quarters for
32091 turned ]12 yards to the 28. the crack Nazi Alpenkorps and
I- QB Benner Fernandlna's
from there attempt to Infiltrate
t leading runner with 77 yards,
of the
Print Your Ad Here Enclose $2.00 mod the ball on his hip and eagle"an Impregnable In order"castle to rescue the /
nine around his /
a-. top American general. My whole Family Joins me in thankin you the
l' end to the a 19. Leeper then got /
five yards and a first down on "The Moonshine War," rated / VOTERS, WORKERS AND FRIENDS FOR YOUR VOTE and
the reverse. From the 14 Ben- GP, and "Your Cheating' / /
TIME you gave to help me during the General
Hank Williams
ner passed to the right side Hear, the story of -
i to Frank Stewart for the touch- play on the double bill / Election. I
.' .. down. Another pass to Leeper at tJv 301 Drive-In Theatre e /
for Fri and Sat.Playing /
\h. a two point conversion tied
,. I Will always be Grateful.
the game 22-22 with 5:53: lef Sun. and Mon at the
In the final period. 301 Drive-In will be Goodbye /
BHS didn't return Benner'! Columbus and "The Lawyer." / I stand ready to assist each end everyone at

booming kick off which went Both films are rated "R" / all times. /
YOUR NAME ADDRESS Into the endzone. From the 20
Carter got the Tornadoes no- / /
thing'on a pitchout at right end CARD OF THANKSTo THANK YOU, /
HONE NO. and a pass to Murphey up the /
middle was too low. On thin those who expressed their

down Johns rolled out and hi I sympathy In so many beautiful Gilbert S. ( Gib) Brown i
Price of item moat'be included in your ad with'' your Name, Address, or Alvarez at the right side lint I and practical ways during our
for 18 yards to the 38. I sad bereavement, we extendour
Phone No. On first down Johns again heartfelt thanks. Circuit'Court /
r- .-.-,-.T---L jimrnmmmtitttmmtmmi _- For Clerk of _
v fired up the right sideline asFernandlna's The family; of Mrs. Emily
line put on a hard Sllcox.! shwa s.- -aw-----n o t.- ma cro.e e ----

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] .'wwwwww.ww.w.w.y.w.w., minor Injuries.\ Cause of the I bear so once a year may at home from the Bradford

wheels coming off have not yet be we can take 1C County Hospital. Hope you can

jp4f n1f BROOKER been determined. drop by and My hello to tar.:
I Community I BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Mattie Sowell Is a patient
I BT JOYCE STOKES B BIG SUCCESSThe :: Gary Melvin celebrated I hU pltaLMaJ.

Brooker PTA Annual Halloween 15th birthday Halloween night Herbert R. HUdreth of
tw, '&&&.&& &&&aa&aa&aa.I Carnival was better than with a party; at the home of Panama Canal Zone wag a recent

; 1I' / ever this year and netted a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards. overnight guest of Mr.:
IJ News ;. SCHOOL BUS HAS bigger profit than In the past. The yard and !house were decorated and Mrs. Carl Edwards aacifamily.
M. FREAK ACCIDENTBus The PTA wishes to thank all using the Halloween .
:: No. 12, coming In from who had a part In making this theme. Outdoor games were Mrs. Alphie Parris and Mrs.

:; By Elizabeth Given; Walker >f.?::;; Starke Monday afternoon was the success that It was. Results played and enjoyed by the 27 Bernice Tidwell of Auburndale

."tmi_____ ?;{1i n__;r n: __mm__ ; ;;111;; 1f1; ;1m:1:1: ::;: ::1:1:1:: ::1j@1:1: ::[:\.'[::1:1:{;j i.: [:j:1::.::1:1:: r Involved"freak"In accident.what you Mrs.might\Ethel calla were: of Princess the Royalty Sue Parrish Contest; guests party;who all attended.went out "Trickor Duringthe and were Mrs.overnight Leroy guests Stokes of Mr.aacifamUy :

their anniversary. The public Bass driver of the bus, was Prince Bradley Cox; Queen, Treating." Gary received last Friday night

RECREATION NEWS Is Invited to attend.EBENEZER slowing down to pull Into the Darlene Mott; and King, Reed' many useful gifts. Refreshments Sgt. and Mrs. Patrick W.
Everyone la asked to notice BAPTIST Church parking lot of the Brooker Ele- Bass Winners of the raffle were served by the hostesses Castlen of cassette Ga wereweekend
the paper for events of the mentary School with a bus load items Barbecue Grill
Davis Pastor.Mon- were: Linda and Sandra Ed- guests of Mr.andMrs.
Rev. Leroy
Reno recreation center activities ed with school children from the Mrs. Smith Graham the Rifle'Lee
wards Stokes
night Bible Class at 7:30.: ; and Charlene and Don- Leroy and family.
for the winter games that day Thursday night (tonight) Prayer Bradford County; School In Roy Green; Hair Dryer'Mrs. na Gayle Melvin. Out of town Mr. and Mrs. Reed.Lewis
will be held for your enter- Starke when the rear wheels Cora Lee Stalnaker.
guests Included and
asking Meeting. Sunday School 9:45: l' Lee Sparks of family of Sliver Springswere
tainment. Mr. Jackson _.+SJ+' came off the left side of the
H Graham Pam Tom-
Macey and visiting C.L. Atkinson
Morning service, 10:45: recently -
of all cit- a.m. 'tl : : '
the cooperation ; f' :Jf', SPOOKS RIDE HERE
: my and Jimmy Outlaw of Starke. .
choir In .
acti- with/ the senior charge.At bus.One
of the
izens for success 3 Miss Ebenezer Con- of the wheels rolled Into Spooks were everywhere In Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes

vities. 4-6:30 test will p.m.terminate. Miss Joan l 'n der 21 Group the school yard and struck Brooker Halloween night. AU PERSONALSMrs. and family] of Fort Myers spent
hours are
The center David Fussell. The child was the
Plttman is Miss Ebenezer.Run- young were out Idle Bennett of GaInes- the weekend with Mrs. Alberta -

Monday and through Saturday.Friday. 8-11 ning against her is Mrs. Leola May Register; A'oir. rushed to the emergency room Hospital Trick or Treating and from ville spent the weekend with Stokes and daughter. .17M-.....,...'
Friday Holmes. BTU will be held at of the Alachua General the looks of the town Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Mott and
7 by his mother, Mrs. Joan a lot of tricks were played. family.We] -

GIRL SCOUT MEETINGGirl 5 The p.m.public Evening Is service Invited to Reggie Flynn 19, was the tion. Fussell who Is a teacher's Tissue paper had Just about are glad to report that In The C*..ty .fad**'* C*."
Scout Troop 626 meets The' aide at the school. David suffered wrapped small Of Bradford ...". Florida
first "under-21-year-old" to new Federal law Is now up our town. Mrs. Ophelia Moore Is now state of Lonio R.BUrllnir. .
each Tuesday afternoon at 5 tend.GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL be registered by his mother being tested In the U.S. Supreme a broken right arm as a Kids had lots of fun though, In Rt. E D..c..d.Notlc. .
p.m. The: Girl Scouts are reminded result of the wheel and other To Creditor
Bradford County Supervisor of Court and. If found un-
AME Rev. C.E. Jenkins ;
to attend the meetings.The Church All creditor of the **tU
entertainedwith Pastor. Sunday School Elections Neva Flynn under constitutional the 18-to-21-year I !. C..t "od",.'* Court In, Invitation To Bid of Lo".O R. Sturllnn." cud..
Scouts were And for Bradford Couatr.l Th City of Keystone
Halloween activity last 10 a.m. Morning service at the new Federal law permit- olds who have registered will "Iorld. bid for one Ford truckto .r'* hereby inyflclaimsdor q demands .
a ; all II. At 3 p.m. the Choir Un- ting 18-year-olds to registerIn not be allowed to vote until re' : Estat of Henry Tom- conform to the followingspecifications ed to which fll* they may
which enjoyed by
week present., was ion will be held at the Church.All the 50() states. they reach 21. NEWS ABOUT Hreor.NOTICE deceased.) TO CREDITORSAll !' One (1) :Ford truck f 800 against" said estate la the* of-of
members are asked to Upon Instructions from Tallahassee Mrs. Flynn said she was accepting creditor of the .tat.. standard cab IT* Inch whelbane. Bradford' heCounty.tFlorida.. In
please cooperate with this ac- Mrs. Flynn started the registrations but Df arrenrherebyllnotltleds .-and*- Cab to axle dimension 1500 courthou* at months
CHURCH lot Inches to Ida
JAMES CHURCH OF HOLINESS tivity. Evening service 6 p.m registering 18-to-21year olds would not process them until SERVICE MENArmy required d. to file any claim lb. two (2) speed rear axle. within date*lx calendar' Dub.!;
which will close out the services Monday In spite of the fact the Supreme Court gives Its or demand which they may 300 Ib. rear main. oprtnB. Ilcatf nhof i thislnotice.. Eacclaim
Elder Montgomery the sold state auxiliary springs.8tandard "
have against 2250 Ib. rear demand' must b. In
Pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. for the conference year. that an amendment to the Flor- ruling. I II in the offlc-e of the county front springs" 830 or and must state thBlac
ida the 18- Five other under-21's. In addition of Bradford County. cubic Inch heavy duty Enginewith wrltln
Conference will In Palatka Constitution giving judge residence and peat-
Morning service at II. First open Courhou...* "* SOO 20 10 of
Florida In the 13 In. clutch. x claimantand .
to Reggie had registered of the :
the right to vote was address
year-olds office
17-22. Wal-
Sunday Pastor Day. Evening Tuesday Nov. Bradford County. Flo.-Id. ply tub type tire Poweritierlnn to by the
service 7:30. Second Sunday ter Thomas will go as a dele- defeated In the General Elec- through Tuesday. Sergeant John F. within MX calendar month.ll'Om first* .Heavy duty black vinyl claimant must, his b*."sworn,.nt. or hla attorney -
: the 70 AMP
the date of trim. Heavy duty
eat void
Missionary Day at 3 o'clock gate to represent the Church. l. . *> .. . *> *> *> > > >. > *) m Crews 20 son of Mr. and publication of this nii1i.. battery. Right and left West. 01' to It law.will become
Sunday afternoon. Fourth Sun- All Stewardesses and Mission- Mrs. Leslie Crews Lawtey Each cVnlm or demand Coast mirrors. Color: pure "Sett" 19th. A. D 1910.

day regular Church day. Eve- aries are asked to attend the recently received the Bronze the be In place writing of and"residence nut state and white.The above truck to b* delivered Nettle Ruth Kirkland KIRKLANb

ning service at 7:30.: Youth night In white. Star Medal near Chu Lal, toatoMIc* address of the to factory of successful NETTIE Mark!....RIPPH"Starling
Mt. Pisgah! AME Church, Rev. I HAMPTONBy i Vietnam. Claimant and must be sworn -.rb. packer body bidder" IIoIARKI.EE STARLING '
meeting Is held every Sundayat to by the claimant his irnt.. freight to body factory from :
5 p.m. George Young Pastor. Sunday tolllaw. truck factory of uccwfiit CoAdmlnl.trator.Lon.o R. Starling.. Di
comesvoidrnaccording of
School 10 a.m. Morning service He was presented the Bronze bidder to b* :' tec1ltyWj ta.t. .
St. James if forming a Prayer Mr* D. B. DIII 1& successful bidder and of **" Oct. U.
Star Medal for distinguishing "' on
Band for all those who desire at 11. Evening service October 20. A. I>. 19TO. Keystone Height First publication
in their homes. 6 p.m. Visitors always wel- himself through meritorious .*- Maggie Netter Tomllnon; For any information concerning 1110. 10.IS 4t lt .
prayer HAMPTON NEWS Smith. Bill Chapman,Mrs. Phyllis service In connection with military Maggie. Netter .To"0"Admlnlssrator this call W. HUlltleyR.df..rn.
Tarry service is held every come. Barbara Hinson of the Estate ..I'' 437-4J40 Key- -

Thursday night at 8 p.m. Prayer ROAD WORKDepartment and Alma Talley; Hlnson candy and Forces operations In Vietnam.arainst The hostile Medal of Henry Tomlinson decea "'bfd'-: will b.. received

meeting each Friday night. Construction of Transportation prize booth Mrs. Barbara Hill, adopted In 1944. Recognizes outstanding First publication on. Nor. 6. 8 o'clock p m. Decembor: ._ TIN Ctrfmlt C..rt Engkth
The public is Invited to attend crews have been working near ; 9970 at the regular City Council .dlel.r Circuit; 0. Flurida1a
Under On Hampton the last two weeks. Mrs. Grace Searle Mr. and :Achievement George' It. Pierce I meeting City Hall. Key- dad For Bradford Coast,
these services. The church Is Way the
Mrs. Butch Redding; nlckle Attorney for Admlnletrhc atone a.lllht.V.* reserve Clvli AllloaCS.
Oak Street Last week new cement culverts 4t11.1/ and all .. No. 1102
located at 1114 Sgt Crews received the 1.6 right to refuse any
Draw-Tite Bldg. were Installed alongsidethe throw and bowling; Mrs. Ear- bloa. Duval Federal Savings AtI4Lo.
Starke. selene Zimmerman, Mrs. Wel- Award while assigned as a Ce.rt Auwhtry Vane In ABBOclatlon Of Jackson-
GREATER BETHLEHEMFree cemetery and across Highway \- don Hart, ducks and ring the radio relay operator In Head- 1a W?.The Bradford C.n.V Coanty.Judg'e FloridaIn Aughtry Vance Acting City l'MITMtU -vs., R B.roC osbyi andPMartha
6 U
18 to facilitate drainage. '
Will Baptist Church Rev. Construction is under way bottle quarters Battery 3rd Battalion re' E.tati of 'Truba. J. Clerk wlfe. Defendant.To .
Jasper Williams Pastor. Mon- on a new warehouse and office This week, ditches are being Mrs. Lynn Goldman, Mrs.An- of the Americal Division's IStl Wynn ".."eu"". CREDITORS! Crosby. Of Bult-No PropertY'
Choir rehearsal. cleared and deepened east of NOTICE! TO >n To Bra Martha CrosbY. In car.
day night building for Draw-Tite Division state
thony Benckowskl Mrs. DeWltt! Artillery All creditors of the ..... Th City of Keystone Heightsrequests of Mn. u. Box 84.
town alongside Highway 221. ?
Tuesday night Choir No. 3 and of Hoover Ball and BearIng Hersey Mrs. Janice Hall Mrs. of Truba J. Wynn. bids for One (1) 16 odUn-
Ushers Board No. 2 will meet. Co. The new building will The Sergeant entered the are hereby notified claim and or d re-*. side loading hydraulic gar B. Crosby.TResidence
PERSONALS Margaret Crawford cake walk aulrtd to file anY hags
Wednesday night Prayer MeetIng contain 21,000 feet of ; Army September 1967 and was which they packer body to conformto "" ".
square that
Vivian Saxon of Pompano Mrs. Ernestine Register Mrs. analnst athehot the following specifications: You are hereby' notified
Thursday night the Lad- approximately onethirdmore stationed at Ft Bennlng Ga. said estate One (1) 16 yard side loading forNotice
space of an action
Beach Is spending: this week Billy] Hall. Mrs. Lila Dyal, Oouirty Pio ride garbage packer body.Loading OtSult has bun flied
Ies Circle will meet at Law- than Is now used by Draw before arriving overseas. He Bradford County. 'I" hyrdaullo reequited
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe OliverIn Ronnie Dyal Bill Chapman capacity! 3 cublo yards. and you are
tey In the home of Mrs. Dun- Tito at Its building on N. Cherry Brooker and has been Mrs. Martha Smith Mrs. Kin- also holds the Army Com- the courthouse at Starke.. FJ0'- Cab to axle dimensions 102 In. against to serve a copy of--v our'
can. Friday night the Prayer St. and Its rented warehouse mendation Medal. Ida. within six calendar to 180 In. required.To defenses If any to H
nub. .
of the
visiting relatives and friendsIn nalrd Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs. from the date Each b* Installed on F.vOO Tn.Itt..t'h. plaintiff attorney;
Band will meet at Mrs. notlc.
space. Hampton. Trlest spook house and coun- Sgt. Crews: was graduated In llcatlon of demand this must b* in Ford Truck to be delivered to and addr..a I..
Prince's. claim or truck IlonaAdam Adams II.
successful O.
Saturday at
beginning Bob Firth local Draw-Tite Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Smith try store; Mrs. Maggie Cupltt, 1967 from Bradford High School. wrltln and must state the factory bidder. by Bnk ndgfile..theoriginal .
12 noon the Junior Choir will manager said that when the and family of Jacksonville and Mrs. Wessie Saxon ring pull Starke Fla. His wife. Georgia flee addreesd!' of ethe claimant? Color to match truck cab.Did .onvllle. Florida the
sponsor a car wash at the new building Is completed sev- to ba FOB body factory. with the clerk of
Calvin Richardand and basketball throw Mrs. lives In Hampton Fla. to .
Mr. and Mrs. ; sworn histat. Information concerning court on or be.'j 1 f
The I Can For styled
church. Circle will his any above
eral additional lines will be claim nt.. a..ent.. or ? ; 19iO otherswise
daughter of Ocala were Shirra Bair Mrs. Fessler this call W. Huntley December 7. :
sell In the kitchen Saturday. added to the trailer hitches of Mr.and Mrs. Debbie Fessler Mrs. William torn..". or It will be come void Rcdfearn. Jr.. 473-4340 Keystone fore a Judlf.ment ,any be entored -
visitors '
Sunday Is regular'pastoral;" that are now distributed here. Sunday aC K lSn'bJ:? law, 'A. D "70. Heights. against" you for the reelief /
Gerald AdWns. Carter balloon dart throw and Navy Airman Richard E. Sealed Bids will be receiveduntil domanded' In the como,
Day. Sunday School at 9:30(), These would Include trailer Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Simp- put the candle out; Mrs. Dee Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- 'Vllh.rd 1'1. E.Wynn: WYNN 8 o'clock P.M. December "'" petition. and the 1 !
Morning service at 11. The Senior the regular City
Choir will be selling din-- dollys trailer equalizing lacks son of Winter Park visited Mon Canova Mrs. Grttfls Mrs.Un- gene P. Lee of 607() W. Fran- Claude n. Brown &uncW70 at meeting. City: Hall.Keystone seal of card mY'Court on November I
and winches. and sis derwood Mrs. cis St. Starke has > BROWN| Heights. W* reserve 1870.
day with her brother Youngblood. completed c..Ck r.lrti,: Es. 4. I
ners menu beginning will consist at of 12:30.chicken The, Trlest Construction Co, Is ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Mrs. Raley L.D. Raley fishpond the Air Launched Weapons tale dofnlTrubas3. Wynn d._ theblright. to refuse any and (SEAL 1nman) D. Green
the contractor on the new building
"and football Course at the Naval Air Station ce".e4 Vance Court
Maxwell. throw. Mrs. Au"htry" A.
potato salad greens string which is being constructed Scott Davis son of Mr. and E.w. Hodges and Mrs. Ver- Norfolk Va. First' publlcatlo"1015 Oct 6t 15. 19JO. Aughtry' Vanc.ll6c 41 U.z City By WanSr Deputy. Mood)'
beans rice cornbread, and cupcakes the site of the former Brown- Clerk. Clerk
on Mrs. George Davis who has non Parmenter sold tickets r A. U.12 tt ?_, I II
lee warehouse at the of
At 3 theCunimuntySunlight ( corner been In the hospital with his Principal Lennard Register was .I
p.m. ; North Cherry and Brownlee -
Pallbearers Society will leg In traction for three weeks announcer and other commit-
; Streets. may be able to come home In a tees built booths and strung
meet at the church. The Chap-
body cast In another 10 days lights for the events.
ter November
was organized NOTICETo
1970. The Invitation is givento Mrs. Davis says. His addressis Floor Some ristmas gifts
the public to join. At :5 s whom It may concern: East, Pediatrics Hospital Jacksonville. InstallmentDebt
p.m. the Deaconess Board will
I will not be responsible for
Weekend visitors at the homeof .
hold their monthly meeting at any debts contracted by any- Mr. and Mrs. K.B. Watterson Locally

the three Friday At 6 will p.m.Nov.celebrate evening 27, all one. Rosier.other than myself. --JohnC. nie Gltman were her and mother daughter Mrs.Mrs.An- $1,070 Per FamilyThe entertai amuse him

2tp Katherine Watson, and Mr. and ,

--- - - ---- Mrs. W.C. Gltman of South Hill, average Bradford County -
-- I Va. Willie Gltman of Richmond, ; family owes an estimated sew.Kentucky. Va.; and Whitfield Gltman of $1,070 per family accordingto or take the drive-in.

Black Ridge Va. All except figures based on average

fried! d Chicken Mrs. Watterson and Mrs. An- earnings and expenditures
nie Gltman visited Silver locally and upon national debt \,

Springs Sunday. studies.
I Margaret Crews of Ft. Lau- Although the amount is larger
weekend visitor than figures for the pre-
derdale was a -
S' eCial I at the home of Mr and ceding year the rate of growtl
Mrs. Wallace Collins and fam- has slowed Indicating that consumers .
Ily here as elsewhere ap-

I Mr and Mrs.' Harry Jones pear to have been budgetingmore

of Holly Mich visited Mr. and carefully cutting down
Friday Nov. 13
I Mrs. Don Hill Saturday and somewhat on their expendituresfor

they all drove to Crescent non-essential goods and
I Beach. services. At the same time

FISH : D.W. Swindell is in Bradford they have been paying oft their
Installment debt at a faster
County; Hospital for treatment.
98C Mrs. George Williams was an rate than usual.
DINNER overnight visitor In Jackson- Because of this selfcontrolon
the part of most consumers
ville last Friday night with her 4
and because of
steadily rising
I mother.
Mrs. Roy Edwards of Bell Incomes credit men feel thai 1
l visited here Sunday with Mr the public has the situation in o .
and Watterson.PTA hand and has not overextended
Mrs. KB.
Saturday.. Nov. 14 Itself. 4'

CARNIVAL WORKERSMrs. For the local population as a

Barbara Hlnson chairman whole Installment debt totaled to a 't d II, ( 1

SHRIMP 98 c of the PTA Hallowe'en over $4 million at the end of Q't t

Carnival has expressed appreciation the fiscal year it was esti-

DINNER __ __ __ __ __ to the parents and school mated. This takes Into account
faculty; for their help in makingthe loans for automobile purchases
carnival a success. credit for the purchase other '
Workers in the various booths consumer goods personal loans sm

-- EAT IN OR TAKE OUT -- Included: food Mrs Harold Wa and loans for home repair and ">

ters Mrs. ]Saul Kfeng. Mrs modernization / '
1\I/;\! /fi; N. Temple Ave. U.S. 301 NorthC. Rance Joyner Ernest Trlest, According to national studies t --=- ,

DeWitt Hersey; pony rides E, the average amount owed by aL I
R. URASVVELL, OWNER L. Dirt and Ronnie Blrt; hay- families that have Installmetr .
ride, E.D. Allen; costumes debt is $1.540() per family. This ..
Mrs. Jean Clark Mrs.( Martha adds up to $98.7 billion nationally -.-
as compared with $93.1
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I Thus out of every $6 of Intone -
I that Americans have left
I after paying their taxes about
Thanks. Folks. : $1 must go to pay their Installment gift can

. I debt. In Bradford County; .
I this amounts to an average of

I I: $89 per NSC family.RJE MOVESTO BUILDINGThe help him through: school.

I would like to express my sincere appreciationfor Bradford
the vote and the people of Bradford Service Center into Right|; now high school
support has moved ,student your ; or college hut's mi..pdltod. | stands out like u fl.irv.) helped| quite a few4 out of exery 14! electric
County in Bid for Clerk of Court. new quarters in the old RJE live! isbukingtheloughcst.most thin ; comlx| -ti- I Iiiicreutivcthinkinggeltnndgvrl.A' ( purl.| h' inn .ri ica are Smill -( imniat .
gave me my Elementary School building on !schooling; country has everdet', '( tyjx'w'i'iter tukei i..clt'u.a" (f.isi us lie can 1 riltkly.iiSniith-.rronaistitugiftlhalll I
North Pine Why not give a gift thai ?
Street. ; ; can help Ming'' them) tt'I1IIIU\'I'
"llI fun.
help J
The many courtesies wall always be remem- The Center needs volunteer For instanrc.aSmith-CuroiP1.icrilk Atklaquiet lcmint leeullal 11'ssimplyiigiftth.ttillx" .II"
help says Mrs. Thelma Dixon, Porlublc.Ikcutltehereswhat', | cun huppI'n.| | (hganifutixtatus... '
bered. center director. I le run learn to type? twice ut" A li-CUiioiu run nukeu Smith-Corona.

Also needed is old unneedeb "' hand. difference to yinir leen.iger.'e
toys and clothing for center IlitslxllingrunimpnwciAtyxrlword'| ( | know because "e'\e alri-iulv The gift that hel ps.

workers to recondition for repair -

and paint for needy childrenat Bradford 611-! ,,,,,,,.,._

Christmas County Telegraph
I you can supply us with
II any of these Items it will be
I greatly appreciated" Mrs. (AUTHORIZED SCM DEALER)
Dixon says.

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A blue ribbon for first place structing the exhibit was furnished -
was awarded Bradford Co m- by Hugglns and AssC
ty's\ agricultural exhibit\ at the County; Agent Bobby Taylor.
Greater Jacksonville Fair Mrs G.T. Hugglns preparedand
arranged the exhltit Items.
The exhibit competed In the Bradford products' IncludedIn
Public Service Educational Division -
the exhibit were corn, sweet
with 10 other area exhibits potatoes, sugar cane, corn,pepper
1.h i Y, i 71np according to County\ A- pecans, turnips, mustard
gen George Hugglns. onions Irish potatoes, peas,
Theme of the exhibit was beans rutabagas, cabbage,
"Bradford t \A,
Country Acrlcul- eggs tomatoes, and carrots,
ture". A 44-Inch turntable,displaying plus other Items.
crops grown In Brad-,
ford County, rotated In the center -'' The exhibit was representative -
of the 20-foot wide exhibit : of the over-all variety; ,

p YY, r space and attracted the attention and versatility\ of Bradford, i .G JiW't 1 k r
> ? of many people attend- County agricultural possibi d e r

ing the fair, the county; agent flues, Hugging says ....:;......,.. ;
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said. Huggins spent many hoursat "I believe In using every opportunity -. ...:iIj
n 4 s 44,4kft the fair between Oct. 21-31 ; to let people know who /" : r-." ; ..
answering questions about you are, where you are and
Bradford County and Its. products what you have. Bradford County Brooker Halloween Carnival on October 24
has much to offer," the Reigning Royalty at the Mott, Prince Bradlee
Labor of arranging and con- county agent states were (from left) King Reed Bass, Queen Darlene

u_ Cox, and Princess Susan Parrish..

n Royalty Reigns At Brooker Carnival: _.. 1'1 1'1The '

a pony new or hay ;ride, or M r. and 74f rs. Marshal rauii u ,
Brooker PTA staged one to a fun booth, Including the and Reed Bass, son of Mr. f f'
of its most successful\ Hallo- "House of Horrors." The various and Mrs.J.T.Bass was crowned" .
ween Carnivals Saturday night, booths Included Country King. t
._ ... Oct. 24. Store Sweet Shop, Bean Bag Congratulations to the new '
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$ To get things rolling the Toss apple bobbing Novelty; Royalty; All ten of the contestants 'II{
This Bradford exhibit won first place in its division costume parade marched Shop, and Fish Pond. worked hard and took i iin
at the Greater Jacksonville Fair. through town at 4 pjn. and The climax of the eveningwas a great deal of money for
participants were Judged by the Introduction of the Roy- the Brooker PTA.
Mrs. Emmanuel Kleinman, al Court. All candidates were Last but not least among the ,
Mrs. Joe Robinson and Mrs. dressed formally and stood on festivities was the always popular .
George Rabon. Prizes for the a beautifully decorated stage. cake walk. Thirty-four
edi1orial4 Jpeahin iSchool prettiest, most original, and The ten contestants were: Princess cakes were given away in this I
scariest were awarded In five .- Penny Jakobs, Susan event which provided much fun
groups as follows: Parrish, and Susan Douglas. for the entire family.
Prince Bradlee Cox, Randy During the evening nice prizes I''
Starling, and Randy Raulerson. were given away Includinga I
Veterans Day ProclaimedMayor King-. John Riggs, and Reed gas grill, a Barbie doll, .
Bus MishapsAccording let Group Suzanne Dyal Bass. QueenDarlene Mott hair dryer a Scrambler bicycle
.... Rhonda Hodge. Donna McDav- and Tamara Johns. and 30-30 Winchester
Carl Hurst (right) nationwide expression of unity; Ia. a
of the 1970
Crowned Princess
signs proclamation designating and patriotic pride can rifle. .
convey 2-- Rose Drawdy Danny
to a news dispatch from and narrowly missing other pupils Brooker Halloween Carnival
November 11 as Veterans Day to the entire world the true
Tallahassee Florida is planning to Raulerson, Tiny Hodge. was Susan Parrish daughterof The 1970 Carnival will be
scattered just in time. and calling upon all personaIn strength of America and dedication 3rdDeborah Green, hearGreen "
Mrs. Sue Parrish and Bob- long remembered as one of
take a few additional steps in the the community; to observethe of the people of our Melissa Rabon.
Parrish. Crowned Prince the most successful ever stagedIn
area of making school busses more Any piece of machinery Is apt to day with appropriate cere- great Nation to the attainment 4thKaren Perry Darlene by was Bradlee Cox, son of Mr. Brooker. Appreciation is expressed :
monies In honor of those "who of an honorable world
safe over and above the Federal reg- give trouble at times but two school peace. Jones Todd Rakes. and Mrs. Tommy Cox. to everyone who had
have borne the burden In defense Veterans Day la a time for all .
ulations. "We have to go far and above bus malfunctions in such a short spaceof of freedom." Witnessing Americans to honor the men 5th Cherie Hinton, Juanita Chosen as the 1970 Queen any part in contributing to this

the requirements for the safety of time give reason to believe that the signing Is Richard B. Witt, and women whose service In Adams delicious, John Knight.A chicken. pilau supper was Darlene Mott, daughter of success.Lucky I

our children" said Pope Baird in stricter state and federal regulations adjutant of American Legion our Nation's armed forces has was the next attraction for

charge of school bus supervision with as well as closer more frequent Inspections Post 56. made a major contribution to many spectators. For others,
the State Department of Education.In be to hold In calling for observance of the preservation of our free- It was ahot dog, and off to >J. )
may necessary "
the day, Mayor Hurst said: "A doms. ..
such incidents to a minimum. ,
view of two school bus mishaps r

here in recent weeks either of which It is somewhat comforting to know

could have easily proved tragic-- but that Bradford County now has two FarmersSomebody x Diaryof

fortunately did not-- the additional new school busses on order and when

state regulations would seem to bea they arrive and are put into opera-
left the
must have the next Scramble.
wise move. tion there will be no bus in the fleet icebox door open last week a

of 29 ,that is more than ten years as the saying goes, as we had .
Several weeks ago brakes failed on old. At present there are two being the first real cold snap of the

a bus at the Madison Street railroad used that are 1954's, and a lot of season and the temperaturewent During the recent campaign,
crossing and the driver could not down below the 40s in politics Just about clogged the
train miles, can be rolled up in 16 years. some places around here.However TV programs and at times even
stop. Fortunately no was approaching -
It was accompanied by Interfered with that fall madness -
the bus rolled on across In Tallahassee Tuesday the State clear,' sparkling weather known as football. All of
the tracks and the driver had pre- Department submitted a series of new warmed by the sun, and the which makes us wonder what
sence of mind enough to nose it intoa specifications for busses that, if a- only damage done was to our) people look at on TV who do

parked truck thus bringing it to dopted would have to be includedin pocketbooks for heating fuels. Dy Sam McGarvey not like either politics or foot

a stop before getting into congested any bids for purchase of new bus- S. ball.

traffic. es. It is good to know that some slstent supply of water; the .

improvements in emergency brakes are Incidentally, the unofficial trees must have the benefit
Last week another potentially dan- included in the proposed new speci- forecast for a very cold win- of primary and secondary nutrients Berry growers had some
gerous accident accured when the rear fications. ter is based by one "expert"on to grow and produce; trouble in locating plants, but
wheels on a school bus came off near the very thick coat of hair a spraying program is necessary we guess that by now thatprob-
grown by a particular caterpillar to control Insects and lem has been solved and that Day
the Brooker school and rolled across In view of the two incidents here out In the midwest. When foliage diseases; discing or almost all of the plantings have

the playground, striking one studenta it would seem that the new regula- questioned about It, Weather mowing to reduce the competition been completed. However itseems Saturday, Oct. 17, was a lucky day for two local
glancing blow breaking his tions can't Bureau and said of other in the to that In
arm. come too soon. experts hedged plants us we are polfers. Herb Herres (left) at the Starke Golf &
that such signs observed by grove. a typical; fall dry spell and
amateur forecasters often that the growers who have Irrigation Country Club made a hole in one on Number 2 hole
prove to be correct. will have to "put the and Steve ''Simmons. Jr. came through with an eagleon

I Back To 55 water to them" to l keep the No. 8.
May! S. plants' growing. !

In talking to a man here ]
Secretary of State-elect Richard on advertising for the general elect- about pecan production, he said n
of the farmsteadsin
Stone is already thinking about junk- ion campaign from four to six weeks There was a fairly large sale that the many county; had a small number Hunting season Is here again ,
ing the September primaries and mov- before the General Election." He also of pecans at the Farmers Mar- of pecan trees and that and we hope that the hunters

ing them back to May. We are in hearty feels there should be more time between ket auction sale last Thursdayand the farmers depended on the will exercise care, and thus t
agreement with his thinking. the primaries and General Elect- a few of the producerswere sale of nuts' to pay taxes.Hence, help prevent the terrible accidents c
disappointed at what they which
happen everytime
ion to give the parties sufficient timeto the growing of pecans was knownas lii y9
called low prices for their of- some "trigger happy" nlmrodsget
According to Stone's report: "The develop the issues. "Candidates ferings. Market Manager Bob a "tax crop. out In the woods. The safety :

candidates didn't like them. The vot- should not be selected by the voterson Allen said the yield throughout .5. ; rules are well known and if
ers didn't like them. The election officials the basis of last-minute chargesand the country is below average they are observed the sport
this year and that as a can be made safe.
didn't like them. Even the office countercharges he believes. result some fairly high prices -

holders who weren't up for election have been quoted. But he S. .
didn't like them." His views are backed in Tallahassee pointed out that the prices Hated ,
by Mrs. Dorothy Glisson chiefof were for top quality; nuts In a report given to the Cham Sam Is glad that his Thanksgiving

September primaries were tried once the elections division in the secre- ber of Commerce last week Dinner does not dependon
.5. David Smith said the recent
of State's office who said the his skill in bringing home a
before in 1958, without success. The tary ,
Calf Scramble was the best gobbler, as to put It mildly t ak
1959 Legislature tossed them out because turnout in this year's September pri- We read an article by a pecan one held so far and that plans he cannot hit the broad aide
of the general disapproval., But maries was only 36 per cent for the expert recently who list- are already under way for the of a barn, let alone an elusive
the 1969 Legislature tried again, after Democrats and 49 per cent for the ed four essential practices to 1971 event. In the meantime, scrambling turkey. If it
listening to arguments that September Republicans. "People just weren't interested be followed In order to get an effort will be made to build were up to him, we'd wind up
high production of good quality; more bleacher seats at the with a main course of ham
in the hot
primaries would be cheaper to run politics during nuts. He listed them as 1) trees fairgrounds arena so that spec- burger.Farm Veterans
than the long and continuous cam- summer months" she declared. must have an ample and con- tators will have a better view Day Message

paigns that used to be waged from -- Post 56
May until the General Election in If you agree that spring primariesare Post Commander JIm ScogRans (centrr) and

November better for all concerned than try- .i-f It: T T l RW \ r I & Home Apprt'dation Adjutant to Robert Ch'de 1Vhilt present! Certificate of
ing to hold them in the fall, now is 'ferwilJegar, of Terwillegar
But Mr. Stone has a suggested remedy the time to let members of the House --1;;, h c b who Sponsored the annual Veterans Day

) for that: ". restrict spending and Senate know how you feel. u .. by George Muggins messal'e last presented in the Bradford County Telegraph
: E 0 un R 1J Director Bradford County salute week: "We join with the American Legion In a
to Our veterans
.. I .. and with an expression of ourvindicaterandtprinciples
A \ Cooperative Extension Service to
CORRECTIONDear I world." of peace and justice In the

The Bradford County '" --
If..o-- Mr. Matthews always planning and
: doing things
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED -...::... This may be a week early jects) and earn money to sharein that are constructive.They have future leadership.
0"a: I was misquoted in your article vent it la a case of being early making a contribution to project responsibilities that Maybe you have never read
1879 .....: "Tower Lights Will so that we can feel a little construction of a National 4-H their time In these pr occupy Each our National 4-H Club Pledge
Burn" more sure that everyone In Headquarters building. Jecta they are practicing their member is suppose
My statement was', "The this County; will know that Nov- Bobby L. Taylor is coordi- Club Motto, "To Make the Best know this pledge. It is an
hrtitn.8iue" paint contractor recommendedthat ember 21 Is going to be a big nator for 4-H Club programsin Better". effective pledge and makes an
A gentle tongue 1M I a tree of the lights' not be strungon day for Bradford County; 4-H Bradford County.; He has Some of you may not realize Impression when it is said by
MSMI(. I life.i -(Prov. U.u.> the tower as they cause Club members. outlined an approach to this that this youth program Is a more then two million 4-H Club
the paint to deteriorate faster." It could be designated as one very special 4-H project. The part of our Extension responsi members nation-wide.
FLORI A ESS I was Quoting one of more of'' the sweetest days ever incur plans will involve key 4-H mem- bilities and Is Just as important I Pledge:
How many times' have Wl' knowledge on paint, rather than County; because 4-H Club bers and adults in further discussing as our adult work. In My Head to Clearer Thinking
.4 S T O N wished! that we could recall my own members will be covering the and planning this acti cases It can be mar) ;
words. Maid; in anger! or frustration opinion.George Craudons County to sell 1,200 boxes of vity. Mr. Taylor is contacting Important as our even adult mor"* My Heart to Greater
ThouKhtlffts words chocolate candy. You will probably adults and setting up planning cases It work Loyalty; ,
unit comments astir anything hear from other places sessions He is receiving excellent moremany Portank When can be even My Hands to LargerServlce: ,
.r hut the: IK-HI and harmony iliNirvil. '- and read in other papers about results. as he makes wow with a boy we are andMy
E. L. MATTHEWS Edltor.Pubnsher Ixit us U> toll-runt of om \ this cancb'-..l1lng program It these contacts.: This special we have an opportunlty;or to a make girl for Health to Better Living
is a state-wide effort and a vent also involves
all an
Published each Thursday and entered M Becon another and let pleasant talk :::: mem impression that may be long My ant''
c 4-H members. Club Community
O drive by our bers of our Cooperative Extension la sting. Our My ;
Class Matter at the Pot Office at Starke, Florida grace our home' The I..lIrd.In ?> a fund-raising project. Staff in having some County; Community; and My Country.
under Act of March 3rd 1879. His lovl':"11I1 help| us Kuuril Cr Our 4-H members are doing particular responsibility; to are In welders for the. future As you hear and read more
Subscription In Undo area: 1 year, $$3.00; Outside our brogue, and I lit ciuMBfcditb 1 ?1JI (f this for three purposesearn carry out now They are organizations about this 4-H Count.y-.Ict. ef-
tr.... areat, t wear, -M.JO ,wr 1A'.1r ul:< grate if wIU money for local 4-H activities, We are proud of our 4-H tog to help them receiving trata- fort next week encourage these
11M ..... -. earn money for State 4-H pro Club boys and girls. They are glides we will develop those young people and purchase a
want In our box of fine chocolates.
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and a final score of 30-13. pressed to eke out a 20-14 The combined teams of Koch INf doora. bidder mu.- furnish Blue print
On the final play of the first The entire project must cone for foundation and hanger cer-
And LEAGUE STANDINGS: KFC Koch's led 6-0 at and Starke Builders'will BulldtngCode .
Activities From half Alex Cardenas swept the win. only Drugs form to the Southern (fled by: registered enlrtne..1borlor.
9-0-2; Andrews 5-4-2; First the half on the strength of play the combined teams of for the Coastal retied. closing deal. We reiervethe
end for 19 yards and at half For any Information con right to refuse and
THE RECREATION time the underdog bank team Federal 4-5-2, CommunityBank Wade Winkler's 10 yard TD. Conner Ins. and Standard Oti. eernln CENTERCOMMUNITY 092. Donner tied the game at 6-6 SATURDAY, NOV. 21-7 p.m., eon. .11" Ua-t8H KeyetoaeHeight. Vance
enjoying a 12-8 lead. .. ,
was Shortly] after the whistle had early In the second half as KFC & First Federal vs Con Sealed bide will be receivedanti Clerk Auchtry: Vance Actlnjr 11-lf City
RACE:FOR CHAMPIONSHIPON Matt Herres passed to Lee munlty; Bank & Andrews; 8:30: B o'clock P. M. :December
sounded to begin the second City
IN BANTAM PLAY 1970 at the regular
Casey. In the fourth period pjn., Koch& Conner vs >Build- Cbty Hall
KFC In frontas
half was back out Council
BANK, in the second half unman returned the AS GOODMAN'S LOSES.KOCH'S Koch's regained the lead as ers' and Standard OIL Keyetone Heights Bull<1erl. i
BiD Goodge
FIRST FEDERAL scored his second TD of the DRUGS WINSA Winkler scored his second TD. x must state maximum started timewhen I
PULL OFF UPSETSIN kick off 35 yards and a 14-12 tighter race for the supremacy building will be I
game, this one coming on a Wade also added the conver-
SMALL FRY FOOTBALL pass from Gilhooly, and the lead. The this league lead to leaders 20-12 with Increased In the Bantam Football sion and Koch's led 14-6. Dean The Invitation City of Keystone To' Bid Hellrhtl and tion of buildingtaftercontrraat. SuccCull
Wednesday, Nov. 4, was the score was 18-0. Final score the TD program could not have Brown put his team out in front bideKeystone AI Dort ha. been elcned.
Jcckson Hangers
"day of the upset" In Small of the game came when Chris scoring been planned. 20-6 scoring a TD set up bya conform for to the following
on a 21-yard to
Fry Football action. Williams Intercepted a With two games remainingon Wink-
pass pass Interception by ryecltlcationL:
First game of the afternoon at the goal line and returnedIt With time running out, the the schedule, two of the One (U hanger building ag
saw First Federal move Intoa the length of the field, 60 bankers Initiated a desperation four league teams have a shot ler.On the final play of the game below(One! ((1) .I.e 125 ft.
tie for the runner-up spot yards, for a 24-0 win. drive that paid off with a at the,championship and this Herres passed to Freddie Al- Wide 135 ft ions and 20 1-1:1 ft.: VVThwzk.
with a convincing thrashing of The win moved First Fed- touchdown. Barry Thomas has set the stage for some dridge for a 58 yard TD play. IlllCh at eaves, with a
Into the clear took muet tb ve
slipped a
Andrews Drugs. The second eral into a second place tie very Important football games. Ken Hampton added the con- ..ltdingtdoor.86Duoru
game saw winless Community; with Andrews Drugs with two pass Into the from endzone Rayburn and and KFC stepped led There Is also in Interesting version and the final score 16 One ft. (1)clearance 8. ft. bY above 80 ft.floor.chain c : v
Bank play the undefeated Ken- games remaining to be played. contest for the runner up spot. was Koch's 20-14. operated overhead. door. to be j
tucky Fried Chicken team to The second game of the day by two, 20-18. The bankers then The battle for first place has located over hmiirer. door la
a 20-20 draw. was full of excitement with went for two with "Archie"Rayburn boiled down to the present hold SPECIAL FLAG FOOTBALL center of(3)bullding.Three 80 in. by 68 in.
First Federal surprisingly the lead changing hands sev- going off tackle and er of that envious position, GAMES PLANNED IN BANTAM welkin' doore. 11 ft.
crossing the goal line a split (20) 8 ft. by
had little difficulty; with An- eral times through out the game. Goodman's Standard Oil and SMALL FRY NEXT WEEK kyllffht Twenty, Five (6) 10 ft. long
Irews, scoring two touchdowns Underdog Community Bank second before losing his flag Koch's Drugs. The oil team The screen
; regular Flag Football ridge U
In each half. Clay Gilhooly put scored first after receiving the and the league's the last place team holds a one game lead over season will come to a close On.hllrb(1) n> by You: !
the first TD on the board run- kick off as on the first play had held mighty; league Koch. Battle for second place this week. The Rec Dept. has with ft rtdewall coverd "?'web2
nig a QB sneak, good for 55 from scrimmage Archie Ray- champs to a 20-20 tie. will transpire between Starke scheduled some special games bulldlnica: Minimum and l lean height-t0 ; op- .
yards and a 6-0 lead. Later burn hit the sidelines and raced SMALL FRY RESULTS MON- Builders' and the loser of the for this program as per the omitted.eonlnel aoCo1rBThn.rbuldllny. 18 ft. J
I. to
In the first half Kevin Tillman 35 yards for a 6-0 lead. championship battle.In following: hillb 'the
scored on a 40-yard run that KFC then received the ball DAY KFC, NOV.24FIRST 9: games played Thursday, MONDAY, NOV. 16, 4 p.m.- be builder delivered footlnne and erected on the ramp v. .. .

probably covered 65 yards as and promptly marched 40 yards FEDERAL 6 Nov. 5, Starke Builders' got The combined teams of KFC ..tTt Y.\\ A1PD root and
'Kevin reversed gears several the drive being capped by Doug KFC Is from by the league leading Goodman's and Community; Bank will play waTlato be minimum metal for 26 1IL''lCe.' All
times and retreated 15 yards Reddish's 4-yard run. Joe Va- undefeated one game away after 13-6. Raymond Whittle scored the combined teams of First roof; wall and eldlna doors Giveortsfortroooting.fwalls ,to For Your Vote
before hitting the sidelines for linskl added the two point con- in 24-6 win season First the only points for the loserson Federal and Andrews. be 4 'nrcolor a-uarantee.year co.l-
scoring a over
1 keeps. First Federal took a version and KFC had an 8-6 a 15-yard run. Jeffrey Jockel TUESDAY, NOV. 17, 4 p.m.- and aileS-
i 12-0 lead as the half ended. lead. Federal. KFC has been tied scored first for the Build a- p .
twice. er.' on a two yard run andtheir Of Confidence
\ .... J' "ft. The league champs took an
passed to Chuck Regis-
early 6-0 lead when Doug Red- ter for the conversion and a \

r: \ dish The scored TD from had been five set yardsout upon ) 7-6 lead as the first half end- iI\ I Appreciate Your Support And
\ KNOW YOURFURNITURE a brilliant return of an ed.The second half was a defensive -

f Johnson.intercepted First pass Federal by Leonard tied the allowing battle the other with very each team little RYE GRASS Will Do My Best To Be A Good

( score with Clay Gilhooly pass-
hard earned yardage.But Build-
.P j!., Ing to Kevin Tillman for 10 ers' finally broke It open with Representative Of The 17th
Just before
yards. the half end very little time remaining as SEED
ed KFC regained the lead on Jockel passed to Samuel Pitt-

By BILL WILSON ge i,1 a 38-yard run by Reddish and man for a 13-6 victory.In 10 District.
at half time KFC led 12-6. the secon game Koch Drugs
The league champs added two was pitted against Conner Insurance LB.
: NEVER UNDERESTIMATE i more touchdowns In the sec- in a must game for 'N%
ond half, one on a 10-yard! Koch's If
they were to keep
; THE POWER OF A LADY & sweep by Bill Goodge and the their championship hopes alive. 1Hollingsworth
: other on a five-yard run by Conner, out of the running for STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
I r tr Eddie Dyal for the 24-6 win. first or second place, played

It all .lal'l'd l with Lady 1'emlnok.e icccivhi ".i ANDREWS DRUGS 30 like the championship was at 215 E. Washington Ph. 964-5270
); callers in the Itnlrooni., Tile nobility.. COMMUNITY BANK 15 stake, and Koch's was hard

344 frowned! on early riiing so ....greeted/ .________________________________._
'o! visitors in 1- the second witnessed a com I e 1 r1 ---------------------------------,
morning :f!? bined total of 45 points being
her boiuloir. She complained r scored, the most for any one
;; strongly be- "iI game this season. The bank- 11 CHUCK I 1

i" cause there wasn't a o ''i j jI ers scored first with Stu Ray- 1 SIRLOIN 1 1
;Z suitable table for ': burn taking the pigskin in from
-s;: solving breakfast t =i.'C", 10 yards away. Rayburn then
: there, and f finally ': passed to Alex Cardenas for 1 ROAST FOOD

j Iii, ('0 11I11I i Andrews few minutes later
t.f.f. great cabinetmaker )Ih; scored on Jeffrey Norman'sfive 1 II 1
Thom.14 Sheraton to r yard burst and his team STEAK ;; 1 1
t : such table.
), design a 'IJ,; trailed7-6.However, before the half end- ; FAIR

!\,.." ed Norman once again put it in ,
: *.* ,design was 3 the endzone and Andrews let ; iII! 1
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Ublbhrralon > Andrews increased their lead .
it refers to 1 ; 1 1
any t to 18-7 midway of the third ROUND rutt
table, with Ic.urs lioldi 1 h hral'I.\ cur
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.: period as Jeffrey Norman 1 I 1
ft< 'I lie the Pembroke Tuhlo., after the.. 1
;\ mane, ) passed to Ricky Norman for 1 11 I
y 11 \\011I.1110 iII.lircl) it. the score. Community Bank FOOD t PAIR $ I I I when Saving Count... 1/
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Baptist Youth held
>o.j Its District meeting at High-
land Baptist Church but Saturday
night with approximately
j 250 from all the district churches
taking/ part. It was a woo-
derlul meeting. Refreshment
were served at close of the


Grace Unltrfd Methodist:
AT OUR CHECKOUTS Sunday School/9:45 ajn.; Wor-
ship services U ajn. and 7:30:
,I tun.; MYF 8:30: pun.; Wednesday -
;, 000 SORtS Checked Prices means Winn-Dixie is constantly examining prices Choir practice 6:30.8IId
Prayer meeting 7:30.Ibn

,I. ,,1 Qw in order to give you the lowest possible prices in the South. Denton First pastor.Baptist: Sunday School

."" ; 'iT That means you get lower regular prices and week-long specials. ajm.9:45: a.m.and 7:30 Worship p.m..service Training U

GREEN Union 6:30p.m.,Midweek meet
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., r PRICES GOOD THRU NOV. 12 WED. NOV. 18 10 a.m., Worship services U
a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer service -
: Tuesday 7 p.m., YFE
Thursday 7 pjn. A feature of
-- "_ SWIFT'S PREMIUM Saturday. Nov. 14, 7 p.m. will
be a sing by Christian Lames
welcome. Carl D. Ft Ic.
BACON pastor.
STEAKSAVE Highland Baptist: Sunday
School 9:45: a.m.;Worship services -
11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn.;
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7
FULL CUT SAVE 20c pjn. followed by choir prac-
tice. Raymond Caudill pas-

20cWHOLE 7 PERSONALSWe tor. are pleased to note that

Mrs. E.J. Cauley Is at home
ft f after five weeks in hospital
SAVE and surgery.
1B 49c Mrs. O.J. Boyett entertained
with a party at the skating rink
\ last Friday afternoon In honorof
the tenth birthday anniversary -
14-1 of her daughter Cheryl.
LB. Fourteen friends were presentto
AVG. help the honoree celebrate*
Out of town guests were Lisa
and Denise Durban of Jacksonville -
and Lisa and Cherry Pate
of Atlanta. Birthday cake and
LB. LB. punch were served after the
LB. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyett
spent Sunday In Lake City; with
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyettl Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grime
of Palatka visited Mrs. Nell
Wilkinson Mrs. Daisy Boch

Picnic . . LB.39c Green Beans .4 ss $1 Tomato Soup 10'/joi.r.AN'' 8c pleased 3rtffls: also to learn of Palatka that Maine came

Limit On.Salad Drtsmg Your Choice w/$7.30 or Mar Purchaw CMC.Cig, home on Saturday after three

Pork lB.69c Miracle 49C Peaches CAN19tr; Hospital where he underwent
Chops . Whip : surgery.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bary of
FRESH PORK BOSTON BUTT SAVE lOc limn, On.Salad Owning, Your Choic w/S7.3oor/nor.Purchoi b.Clai RONCO SPAGHETTI 7.01 PKG. & Jacksonville were visiting Mr.

Pork Roast . lB.59c Salad I dvE Dressing 6c : "R.: 39C : '., ,.. Elbow Macaroni 2 -',25 C Selma and Visiting Mrs.Eunice J.H.Mrs.on Eunice Sunday.Charlie and Manning Mrs.-

were Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Roast $1)29 CAMPB LLS'D' t "r 48C Padgett and daughter of Max-
Rump LB etergen villa and Mr.and Mrs.Russell
Davis of Jacksonville on Sunday.
Quantity Right R..rv.dWINN Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick -
DlXlf SrORCS 'INC COFVIIOHT. Iff'O Ca. was at home over the
.,, weekend and visited friends and
.......u _..-.- .[i mtJ ffi' "'?''':''_"''''' relatives.
,N" .u.? Miss Debbie Phillips spent
last week with Mrs. Lois Car-
ter and visited other relatives.Mr. .
Mi::: I'1 and Hal of Melbourne were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H.E.
COFFEE # TUNA 1 CHICKEN Priest and Lamar on Sunday
and Mr. and Mrs. John Morris
of Jackson Ala. are spending
Limit, One of Choic W/S7/ SO o ir Mor Purchoi E.c, Cig ;''il****"* = 'V'VVI 11 J the week with the family.
&N: MJ I Jacksonville Miss Arthurine visited Blanchard Miss Enza of

SAVE 24e '-- SAVE Blanchard over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Crewsof
\ -\! Albany Ca. were Wednesdayand
MAXWELL 29c Thursday visitors of her
HOUSE parents Mr. and Mrs. W.II.
COFFEE 4 latives.Green, and visited other re-

18 69e Mrs. Johnny Young of Athens
a..o Ca. was visiting Mrs. A.C.
Pearce over the weekend. They
spent Saturday in Jacksonvillewith
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CAN V IJ J CAN klna. who have been visiting
his parents.Mr.and Mrs.Charles -
DlnMna In Starke were
visiting his grandparents Mr.
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the week. Mrs. Horace Cox of
==== Waldo was a Monday visitor of
the DInkIns.

Miss Frances Marie Stewartof
10 LB. Fruit Ples..4 3x' $1, son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen
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': Mrs. Emily Burney Silcox, '''' }; :: ; : : .
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etta4ierix :::> 82 of Kingsley Lake died ;!,: : ; :.iQ IlM' o'
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i: Wednesday, Nov. 4, after a t '. ''''':: U''V.r; dJ. fJtf/Qw.,'{1tIlfu CJW4 ,f' .. t !
k:: brief Illness. She was born In ".' "" "' '- ," (', .. ': ,;;"1","' ..,.
;:{: Duval County on Sept. 7, 1888,
m: +e:".+Ti.'yGnsx'; ? ewo a+CCII Omse+s.
and had lived In the Starke
area most of her life. She wasa .
N. Ottinger Rev. C. A. CrosbyRev member of the Klngsley ..

Mrs. Anna N. Ottinger, 86, C.A. Crosby a long- Surviving are one son. S.L. GREATER BETHLEHEM JORDAN MISSIONARY Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morni
of Keystone Heights died Wednesday time residentofBradfordCoun- Sixcox, Jacksonville; five FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship, 11 a.m. You*.
Nov. 4, In a Gaines- ty, and former pastor of sev- daughters Mrs. Ida Lee Brown 301 North behind Tastes Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; MornIng -, Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Prac
ville convalescent home after eral Baptist churches in this Mrs. Margaret Simmons and Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday Freez Drive In, Sunday Morning Worship and Communion Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening tice, Wednesday 8 p.m. -
an extended Illness. She was area, died Wednesday Nov. 4, Mrs. Alma Gill, all of Starke; School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship, School, 10 a.m. Worship Service Service, 11 a.m. Evening services Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch
born In Sweden on December In the Leesburg General Hospital Mrs. Lucille Noonan Jackson- 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service 11 a.m. and .7 P.m. Prayer 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. .
10;. 1883 and resided In St. after a lingering illness. ville, and Mrs. Jackie Nahor- 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- Worship service J.C. Saunders pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH -
7 Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway S-100 A, Starke (Grit*.
Petersburg before coming to He was born in Bradford County nuk Boston, Mass.; one brother pastor.
Keystone. on Aug. 12, 1897 the son of Marcus Burney Dins- day.Leroy Olive, pastor. Eo!... MORGAN ROAD CHAPE.L;): its Loop). *.
Surviving are one daughter the late Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning:
more; one sister Mrs. Myr- SMYRNA MISSIONARY Griffls, associate pastor. Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday
Miss Doris Ottinger of South Crosby. HAMEXON.CUBISTIAN: > : CHURCH Wor- Worship at 11. Training Union, '
tle Campbell, Yulee, 12 grand- BAPTIST CHURCH School, 11 a.m.
Miami; two sons, Frank Ottin- Surviving are his wife Mrs. children and 13 great-grand- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ship, 6 p.m. Training Union 7 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
ger Kesytone Heights,and Earl Aura Crosby, of Linden; three children. vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. BROOKER ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship. Mid-week Prayer Meeting. Wed-;
Ottinger Standwood Wash. and daughters Mrs. Evelyn Tho- Wor- Worship -James Shaw, nesday, 7:30.Rev.. Don R.
; Funeral services were heldat Preaching 11 a.m. Training Sunday School, 10 a.m. pas Wednesday7:30: Prayer Services -
four grandchildren. mas, Altamonte Springs; Mrs. 11 a.m. Saturday In the Kings- Union 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 tor. 1st and 3rd Wednesday Drawdy, Pastor-
Funeral services were held Hazel Parrish Winter Garden; ley Lake Baptist Church with ship, 7 P.m. Everyone welcome. (p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- night-1 I p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
at 10:30: a.m. Friday in the Mrs. Margie Parrish, Linden; Rev. Robert West, pastor and :Elder A.G. Flynn pastor 1tev. Lacy Conway: pastor.. Sunday School 9:30; Training
Keystone Heights Cemeterywith four sons, Forrest J. Crosby BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. D.E. Willis officiating.Interment Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor-
Rev. Stewart McCord of- Jacksonville: W.C. Crosby. was In the church cem- PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF GOD BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCrf ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
ficiating. Interment was in the Groveland; Billy Crosby, Dun- etery with DeWitt C. Jones METHODIST CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun- Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; 7:30 pjn.;, Prayer Meeting 7:30:
Keystone Heights Cemeterywith ellon, and Stanley Crosby of Funeral Home In charge. ,Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday. ,-
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Gilbert, S.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Services. 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. tol, Superintendent Training. ning Worship, 7p.m.;Wed. Prayer Pastor Rev. Robert West.NEW .
Home In Annie Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- Union Meeting and Bible Study, 7
charge. Beulah Kelly and Mrs -Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor. 6:45 p.m. Lowell[ Doug-
Alvarez, Starke; four brothers, Bobby L. EbersoleBobby vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, las, Director. Worship Services' p.m. Study on Rook of Psalms. RIVER BAPTIST
Oletha ManningMrs. C.C., L.A., Oscar and Floyd 7:30 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 night 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. tveryone; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
Crosby, all of Starke and 16 prayer meeting p.m. music director. Welcome.
; BAPTIST Worship, 11
Oletha Manning, 42, of grandchildren. Leon Ebersole 21, of Rev. Neal Starling pastor EVERGREEN a.m. Training
Starke died Wednesday Nov. Funeral services held Swan Lake near Melrose, was Highway 125,Northwestof Law- Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
4, In a Jacksonville hospital were killed In the European Theatreof OF GOD tey Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
Sunday Night 7:30 Everyone welcome.L.L. .
after a lengthy illness. She den Baptist Church of whichhe operations on Nov. 1, 1970. OF PROPHECY, BRooI R Ing Worship, 11:15.p.m.Wednesday CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.' Sunday Service: Sunday School, .p.m.Parker pastor. '
was born In Starke on Aug. 4, He had been in the U.S. Air 10 MornIng Service, 7:30
was a member with Rev. Sunday School a.m. 7:30 p.m.Rev. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Morn 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45
1928 and was the daughter of L.D. Ilalnes and Rev. Shipman Force for the past 2-1/2 years Worship, 11 a.m.Young Peo- Prayer Meeting, : Ing Worship, 11. Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH'
the late Mallory Thomas. She Interment In and had Just completed ayear'sservice 6 Evange- Albert Knight: pastor. 6:30 10 MornIng '
officiating. was ple's Service p.m. 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday Sunday School, a.m. -
was a member of the Church the Linden Cemetery with Cau- in Vietnam. He was listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednes.- Midweek Prayer Service 7:30. p.m. Worship, 11. Training Union,.
of Christ. fus Funeral Home in charge. born in Casor N.C. on Oct. day Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH -Rev. L, Tommy" Howe pastor -JC. Brown, minister 6:30.\: Evening Worship 7:30.: ',*
Surviving are tier husband 15, 1949. Come and worship with us.
Ford D. !Manning; her mother Clifford Jackson Surviving are his parents -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
Mrs. Hester Johns Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Eb- ing Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Starke; two sons, Brady Man- Clifford Jackson, 71, of ersole Jr., of Melrose; two Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
mina Grand Kaplds Mich.,and Starke died Thursday, Nov. brothers, Kenneth, of Melrose, LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL OF LATTER DAY SAINTS HOPE BAPnST.CHURCH:: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mom-
Leon Manning, Starke; two 5, In a Jacksonville hospital. and Howard Ebersole Shreve- HOLINESS CHURCH 1404 E. Bessent Road Highway 100 at Theressa) Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Pre-
daughters Brenda and Debra A native of Georgia, he was a port, La.; one sister Shirley Sunday School 9:45: a.m.;Mor- LAURABAPTlSTCHVRCHSunday SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. Sunday School- 10 a.m, Morn- Services Booster Band, Young

Manning, both of Starke; four retired farmer and a Baptist. Ebersole, Melrose; and his ning Worship 11 a.m.; Youth Wor- School, 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacrament Ing Worship- a.m.; Training People and Prayer Service),'.6
brothers R.L. Thomas, Cecil Surviving are his wife, Hat- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Service 6 p.m.; Evening Worship, 11 :a.m'<: Evening -; 6 p.m. Union6:30: p.m.; Evening.Worship p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m.,;
Thomas tie L. Jackson, St. Augustine; Thurman Hoyle N.C. ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. Morning ; MondayMia 7:30
and Ressie Thomas, Casor 7:30 7:30 : Mid- : p.m. 7:15 p.m.Wednesday \ Midweek Service Wednesday,
all of Starke, and Mallory Tho- two sons, Luther and Eddie Military services were held Prayer Meeting : Worship : Wednesday pyn.{ ; TuesdayPrimary 4:30 p.m. Night Prayer Ser;: 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland. ,
mas, Jr., Lakeland; two sisters Jackson both of Starke; one in Jones Memorial Chapel, Key- p.m.Rev. week Bible Study, WednesdayRelief Society, vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle Pastor.
Mrs. Ovelda Home. daughter, Mrs. Alice Leach, stone Heights, at 3 p.m. Mon- W.B. Chauncey,pastor. 7:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m. Packham, pastor.
Kingsland, Ga. and Miss Odessa Starke; four brothers, Raymond day. Interment was in the Mel- Be In church Sunday.Rev. Jesse D. Branson, Branch
Ihomas, Jacksonville. Marsvllle: Ga.; Felt, rose Cemetery with DeWitt C. FIRST UNITED METHODIST W. B. Mercer pastor President.
Funeral services were held of Orlando; Leonard and Ru- Jones Funeral Home in charge ._
STARKE - --------- -- -- -- -- -- --------
fus Jackson, both of -- --------------- -- -- -- -- - -
Georgia of
at 2 p.m. Sunday In the Church ; arrangements.
of Christ with Jack Hell, min- two sisters, Mrs. I'. Law, Ma- Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning
ister con, Ga., and Mrs. Ruby Wish- Worship, II; Junior and Senior .......
was MYF groups 6 p.m. .._. _' / JfI
In Crosby Lake Cemetery with um, also of Georgia; and 13 WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal for good health and for the food thai I II
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I

in charge. at Funeral 2 p.m, Saturday services in were the held De- 7010'-05 7:30: ; Chancel. 7p.m.Choir Prayer Rehearsal Meeting, I have each day I am thankful for those near and dear to me that I can love ?\"h hI

<* ,Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. : 7:45.: and in turn love me. I am thankful for the freedom of f my nation and that
( D.E. Willis officiating. Inter- 666 I

FIRST ANNUAL I ment Cemeterj.was In Kingsley Lake tale -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. I I can worship as I please. I am thanlo.fullhat God 'loved me so much II I

MISSIONARYCONFERENCE that he provided a way for my salvation I am thankful that he is a : I
On the screen for tile fust tune
forgiving Father I am thankful that I can attend Church and worship "
I :
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- l ,
18-22 A musical journeyinto Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- my Lord I
Nov. II! -... -.
vice 6:00: p.m. Evening Worshls; .
7:00: .'\1. the soul of a nation 7 n,nr, ... 'I I
... .. .
"' night Prayer Meet .
.. .hiuitda -FI -
-- '
7:30 p.m. I '+ -1 I
mob! Ivy Luke PastorNOHTIISIDE s II
1 I "
: ;a,
*' Miisionalri't: from ,
Different Oumtrii'* SundayMorning, Worship, 9:45: ; ,. .I
Of The Win IdMissionary Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- II t. ( I

*" Film* "Inhe ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training I \ \ 1
f If.
Union, 7:30. .
,hale irieenu' ? ThursdayTeachers and: Officers I / \ \ 'f ,
'No GreaaTIave Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer :
"God Spciik I r/cllul" Meeting 7:30.Edward 1 .
: ; &7 C. Harvey pastor.ST. '
History of t the Pine ; ;i .

Level ibipiNt, t '(' illr ,'h. t a I hJr MARK'S EPISCOPAL : ) .'" : I II I,
Presented' b> .Mi 7yhk. CHURCH, STARKE ) 1
Gail: Ut.'tldi"hI Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd I Ifs

j ,-.dM71 '" :. .Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer 1
2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m.

I I ClffRicJind-! X\or'3' WidJ, PClu, ,.. Pr'sen's CliffBarrows -John M. Flynn, Rector. 'T :

I ''t _

Pine Level His

', y. y 55"J.n"ar" I Sunday School, 10a.m.; MornIng ( : J'

Baptist Church TOC/M8/" / : ,'JII-'U '""IJ J Worship Worship, 7 ,p.m.11 a.m.; Wed.; Evening Prayer /, ..- :' <\

V* L.-_ Meeting and Bible Stud, '': '" ,
.1.111.: \\Vton! IIw.v. 100Slarke. a sight end sound cxprnercs! 7 p.m.oung Peoples Meet- I y I I1M

Fla. Madison Street Baptist Church Ing every :Monday, 7 p.m.
G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone -
"'" OMKk h MI oppomlrd, ,otmy M(tin' world. /lot ipriodmj' itii knooltdgi Hit low E\N T1It

Saturday Nov. 21 8:00 P.M.IJnLnJwwLrLrtfr. Welcome. ,'lot MM mtt ol Mi doaond hi am"' It,tttpwid' t Ibol"low by kmr|hit mighbor" WiihovtIMi '.
-- \DISON STREET f/owidiof... In Hio too ol Cod .. tovinunmt o> ivy' or way ol hI, mil, lot,) i::; 9-
r. BAPTIST CHURCH ,Ofwroit jt. Nit;foodoait wdhh vo hold ,to loot wilt,intviiably,' ptnih !hl'.'''., IVM. :. : J
I - ham.( Ml hk! fmt ol ..., ono should upporl Iho Church ,lot 'ihi ,ah, ol 'Iho willoibol .
- Opportunities for service: him,"! and tin ,I '., $
I Sunday School, 9.45: a.m.:Morning lomily ond "eat hawivir, t orf pnwn should uphold and poi
Union : Nopoti in Iho (hash bra,,. It ,.iI.'h.' 'truth oooul mm'', lilt,dash and doainii; rtio fb-: .:
Training "CI
Worship II.
; truth .hxh.... .''ll ul' ham I.." I I.llvo M.hiU, ol,Cod .ll, Y
6:15: p.m.1VMU: Pra'erClrcle C.,.... ... S..
7:13: ; Evening Worship, i J
!MondajYouth Choir Prac- .
----S a e l-e e e e S a a a e e a S e e------fl---
tice, 7 p.m. A
TuesdajMission: Friends,
Girls in Action Acteens, 3:30:
I remember p.m. RA's, 6 p.m. STARKE "66"
WednesdayFamily Night: FLORIDA
6:30; Prayer :Meeting, 7:30; 4,. SERVICE
Church Choir Practice, 8:30.: : PEST
-Denton Sumrall, pastor. JQ- HIE 4d Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
our name

Headlight AdjustingCarl
Opportunities for service: : t; at aa CD. .

we'llremember Sunday School, 9:45: ; :Morning Hurst I'hone 961.6111 Brake Service
Worship at 11, sermon by Gideon Wheel
Balance and
Speaker; Acteens at 12:15: Train-
ing Union 6:15: ; Evening :33!) E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Alignment
Worship, 7:30: sermon: "The 21-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
Rewards of V Victory Phone 96 1.5745 for FREE PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
MondayYouth Choir, 7 p.m. Hiway 301 and 100

TuesdayJunior Choir, Mission 410 S. Temple Starke Inspections and Estimates All Minor Repairs
Friends, Girls in Action
3:30 p.m. Primary Choir Girlsin 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke

yours. Action, Acteens, 4:15.:
WednesdayRA :Meeting, 5
p.m. Family :Night Supper, 6
Teachers and Officers :Meeting( ,
You're a name-not a number-when you 7:15: ; Church Choir Practice, SUPPLIES, Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO.
do your banking with us. As our customer you'llenjoy :

personal attention extra care. 8:15.Thursday- Church Wide
Just ask for us by name. Visitation, 7 p.m. Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries-Meals-Feed Better Service For Your

-W.A. Hogan, pastor Complete Paint Supplier GAS AND OIL Title Problems

GOSPEL SING and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys! Edwards Abstracts
FLORIDA"BANK I U. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
Gospel Sing will be held "Check With Us First"
: at the Lawtey Church of God PHONE 961-5312 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881
at 7 p.m. Saturday Nov.: 14, 219 Washington St. 961-5'70!
AT I STARKEMember featuring the Chrlstaln Lay

men's Quartet of Orlando. Admission -
is free and the public CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I Is cordially invited. There

will also be local talent from Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group the surrounding area. BetterElectrically"
The church is located north -Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911r.R"
one-fourth mile north of
i E f BB Home's
Restaurant on U.S.301.

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/ KH Hanger Indians Gored
I rKeystone Hi/iteSi

I Bids AskedBids By Rams, 336By

I J on a hanger for Key-
WOMAN'S CLUB stone Airport have been called
that Hob be held at the Keystone Golf for by the Keystone Height
Just a reminder the and Mike Chltty;
Country Club
Show on Tuesday, Nov. 17, on Friday, City; Council.
by Nov. 20, at 12 noon, $1.50 per Specifications call for a build .1 w
sponsored by the Woman's Club It seemed like there mush
of Keystone Heights, will openat person. Prizes will be awarded ing 125 feet square and 20 have been 75 Rams on the 1M' ur. "
for Individual
10 ajn. for visitors, and tables and feet high at the eaves. Doors field Friday night as Inter- ry' 1 +
also door prizes will be
given must provide at least 16 feet '
close at 8 p.m..Hobbylsta away. Reservations can be made cleprance above the floor lev- lachen trampled over the Keystone -y Iw __ t .
are requested to with Mrs. Everett Fox 473- Indiana by a 33-6 margin -
their own exhibits. The Everywhere our Indians
Clubhouse set up will be open at 8 4148. el.Bids will be opened at 8 looked there was a Ram coming Always a popular feature of the annual Bazaar Is Throngs ot visitors did some early Christmas

a.m. Tables will be providedand HERE N' THERE p.m. December 8 at the munIcipal at them, as the Rams man- the luncheon served by Women( of the Churrhshopping at the many colorful booths. I

draped with white sheets. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiles, building In Keystone aged to be In the right spa

Light refreshments will be formerly of Silver Spring, Md. Heights.Hanger construction funds at the right time through
the -- -
all during the
available day. game.
are newcomers to Keystone have been made available by the
Admission for all adults and I
Heights and hope to move Into sale of timber from the air-
will be The Ram, 'attacK
hobbyists 50 Plus 2tf! their new home on Clover Lane was sparked
tax and 35C! Plus 2tf! tax for before the holidays. Mrs.Wiles port. by Aaron Davis who picked off
The city; Is also calling forbids two passes thrown by Quarterback -
children. Is a niece of Henry Schuber of on a truck chassis and
Clover Lane.Friends Bobby lI\11'D8rofKeys1ooe,
special body for garbage col-
ST. WILLIAMS CATHOLIC and ran them all the way In
of Col. and Mrs.
The Altar Society of St. William's David Nelson lection. Specifications for the for the score. His first Interception -
and Mrs. Zella
body are for a 16 cubic yard
with 4:36 left
Chapel will hold their came
monthly meeting on Monday, Brainard of Wesley Manor, capacity; side-loading, garbage In the ,first quarter, as he
were happy to have them backIn packer unit.
Nov. 16, at 9 a.m. Immediately sprinted 50 yards down the
Keystone for short
a These bids will also be opened -
after the 8:30: Mass, In the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Law- side, with Ruddy Dampier add-
Dec. 8.
Church Hall. ing the extra point, the score
rence are home from a tour
All women of the parish are of the New England States. was 7-0 .
cordially Invited to attend.New Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bell Six Cottages ,
comers are urged to come an. was only 2 'minutes and
are home after
spending sev- Broken Into 50 seconds later, when Quar- .
get acquainted. They will be eral weeks In California and .
warmly welcomed. Nevada with their LakeSix terback Larry Harper ran In
daughter. On Spring from the 14 for the second
Bingo Is played at the Church
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gro-
Hall every Friday evening.Play lick have returned from Ram TD. The PAT attemptwas w
a tripto Nrrrr 3wEht
blocked, and the Rams led ck fs 4
begins promptly at 7:30. the mountains. Mrs. Gro- weekend cottages on the A :
llck's brother-in-law and sis northeast side of Spring Lake 13-0 at the end of the first

GOLF COURSEA ter, Mr. and Mrs. Kidd. of were entered some time Thurs- quarter. '
Luncheon-Card Party will Jacksonville accompanied.them. day or Friday of last week and
articles stolen with an esti- Second quarter scoring came Members of the "Kitchen Committee" take a Mrs, W. J. Grolick and Mrs. C, M, Booker serve
Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scrip- mated value of over $500. when Quarterback Larry Harper breather In the attractive "tea room," a popular spot. customers at one of the many booths "The Patton I
who played a fine
owned game
KEYSTONE ture have had house guests Most of the homes are
from New Brighton, Pa., Mrs. by Jacksonville people and the all night, really being In command Shou"More ----ro-
Ann Cllnefelte r and daughters thefts were discovered when completed a pass to the than. ,uu0 Is expectedto served by Circle l ncf the NfaJa-
Myrtle Lee and Mary Jane, the owners came down Satur- Keystone 11. Doug'Fleming went be cleared by the Community; "Fantasy: Land" Used tengales, with Mrs. Lou Gaunt
HEIGHTSDIRECTORY and Misses Pearl and Helen day for the weekend. In two plays later for the TD, Church Women from their annual in charge.
Hall While here they toured Justice of Peace Leonard then a 2-point conversion madeIt Christmas Bazaar which The various colorful booth]
parts of Florida visiting Key Jones, who assisted In the investigation 21-0 with 6:21 In the half. attracted hundreds to the"Fan As Bazaar Thememen's and their sponsors were: BakeShop
West, Miami and Ft Myers. said that among After the ball changed hands tasy Land" presented In the and Tea Room. Circle 5;
For the past three weeks the articles stolen were two several times In the third quarter educational building last FrI- circles during a series year's bazaar, with Mrs. Chal- Handiwork Shop, Circle 4; Tots
Mr.\ and Mrs. Bill Bartletthave outboard motors, several gas Wesley Brewer grabbedup day.The of summer and fall workshops, lotte Gregory as co-chairman. to Teens Shop. Rebeccas;
visited relatives and old heaters, a Coleman gas cook- a fumble by the Rams pun scene was one of pre- Luncheon was served to ( Other chairmen were:Mrs.Ma- Christmas and Flower Arrangements -
BEAUTY SHOP friends In Ohio. stove, and a large quantity; of ter, and ran 20 yards for Key- holiday gaiety; In a world of capacity; crowd during the noon rie Wrinkle, decorations; Mrs. ,,Ann Cooper; Patio
Louis Kyle Is home after a groceries. Entrance to the stone's lone score of the game, sparkle, with Biblical characters :.hour, and the attractive tea Gwenn Bachmann, tickets;Mrs. Shop, Otha Grolick; Arts and
stay In Bradford County; Hos homes was gained by prying closing the gap to 21-6. banners,panels of Christmas room, arranged on the stage, Gloria Redfearn and Mrs.Helen Crafts Shop Circle 3' White-
KEYSTONEBEAUTY pital. off door locks. took the kick-off carolers, yule trees, drew its share of visitors dur- Egan, publicity; ; and Mrs. Elephant Shop Marion Barker,
SHOP Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis, Jones said that footprints and Intarlachen and bells, and a myriad of gift ing the day. Lillian Norwood, workshops Kitchen Shop Circle 2; Tup-
brother and sister-in-law of tire prints were obtained, but as the fourth quarter began Items, most of them handmadeby Miss Marilyn Bridges servedas perware Booth, Margaret Hen-
Alken no arrests have yet been made In 16 plays marched some 88 members of the Church Wo- general chairman. of. this "The luncheon was pr" oared an'
Mrs. E.F. were here
EDITH JOHNSON, Owner In another'weekend theft yards for their fourth TD. .
Personal and Creative Hair Styling for the weekend to play golf stolen froma Strickland went In on a 14-yard "
Every Form of Beauty and attend the Florida-Geor- outboard motor was carry for 6 points, Increasing Shower Given shel.iiiROSE
boat parked at the home of covered with a lace cloth over
the Gator BowlIn
Culture Tues.-Sat.. 9-5; cloned gia game at the Rams lead to 27-6. Aaron
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Klmmons on Brooklyn the cake when he For Janis Paul green linen and centered withan :
Monday. Davis frosted Garden Club
Lake. The theft is believedto arrangement of fall flowers
Davis live In Llthia Springs,
hauled in his second Interception In
have taken place between 6 JacksonvilleMiss flanked by green candles In
Ca. Of The LakesThe How
70 untouched Joyce
and galloped By
and 6:30 p.m. Saturday. crystal holders. Each piece of
NURSERY Mr. and Mrs. Don Melchem yards (thanks to great block- Janis Paul, bride-elec
have arrived at Mrs. Melchem's Ing), punting it out of the Indians' of G. Stanley Owens Jr., WhoM the white decorated cake was '.A "
next meeting of the Gar- topped with a wedding ring.
mother's, Mrs. Paley with wedding will be an event of
at 33-6
reach only
O.C. Carnes Nursery Boyd from Honolulu. Mr. Mel Country Corner den Club of the Lakes will be Nov. 21 at St. Anne's Episco- Among those attending were Congratulations to Mr. and
8:03 left to .
chem Is returning to Hawaal OpenMr. : play.Hearing held Thursday, Nov. 19, at 10 pal Church, was honored at a Mrs. G.S. Owens Sr. of Jack- Mrs. Paul Huff on the birth
Thousands of plants but Mrs. Melchem will spenda Antiques a.m. in St. Williams Hall, Key- bridal shower last Friday nightat sonville, mother of the bride- of a son last week. Mr.., and
Fruit Trees-Srmde Trees month here with her mother stone Heights.' Members are the home of Mrs. HaroldF. groom-elect, and Mrs. Carl- Mrs. Omar Huff are paternal
Evergreens and daughter, Mrs. Troy McGuire and Mrs. W. Brunof sky, Today asked to bring a sandwich and Blanton in Jacksonville. Co- ton Paul of Keystone Heights, grandparents.
Ideas and materials mother of the bride-elect. Dottie and Stevie Svoboda of
of Gainesville. formerly of Jacksonville have present hostess on this occasion was
Camellias & Azaleas
opened the Country Corner An- For Youths Held for the Christmas Bazaar Mrs. T.N. Tolbert, Approximately 25 friends attended Gainesville spent last weekend

MOST ALL IN CANS COURSEOn tiques in the building formerly On 'Grass' ChargesTwo Workshop. The. ,refreshment, table was (Continued.1 i on,/I Next Page)
PLANT ANY TIME GOLF occupied by Brannen Plumbing
Beautiful Roses Friday, Nov. 6, Gene Hac- Co. on Highway 100 north of Col. J. A. Griffin
ker had an Eagle on Hole No. Keystone Heights. In additionto Keystone Heights youths,
LandscapingPhone 6, He hit his second shot with antiques, they sell used fur- one age 19 and one 17, will be Discusses BlandingAt
659-2165 a 5 Iron Into the cup. niture and appliances, and specialize given a preliminary hearing on
The Annual Meeting of the in sewing machine re- charges of possession of marijuana Keystone RotaryCol.
23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on Keystone Golf and Country Club pairs. at 2 p.m. today (Thurs- AnnouncingTHE

Hwy. 100 at Florahome was held Wednesday evening, day) before County; Judge T.J. James A. Griffin, of
Nov. 4. The slate of officersfor Rivers in Green Cove Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Brunof sky reside Starke, who recently retired
the coming year presented'by on Bedford Lake. Before Main-
after a long career as
S. E. McKAY. REALTOR the Nominating Committee moving here they owned and The 19-year-old was arrested tenance Officer for the Florida OPENING OF
at dance in Keystone on
unanimously.They a
was accepted Brunofsky's Bargainson
operated National Guard at Camp Bland-
. UYSTONE: HZIOim 47S4SUTbe are: President, Charlie Lenox Avenue,Jacksonville. Saturday night, Oct. 31, and Ing, was guest speaker at the
Head Vice-President Ray the younger boy was apprehended -
Ieft1ce ;
Bert ...Laltefrsat Starnes; Secretary, Joe Wildt; Tournament were announced. the following Monday. meeting Keystone last Heights Friday Rotary Club
Names of the youths were Corner
Hence, AerMgea. Rental Assist Sec., Fran Charlie Chessing Mc- First Place awarded a trophy, not released by local officers Illustrated by color slides, Country
ASSOCIATES ton; Treasurer, Eric Redfearn; 2nd, BUI Cole; pending outcome of the preliminary the speaker described the
Treas., WhItey
Glave Assist.
; 3rd, Eddie Prokopowlcz; 4th varied activities at Blanding
Mrs. Melba llgen 473-4740 Haynes. Directors, Gene Hac- hearing.
Ed. O'Donoghue. which contribute an approxi-
Col. J. Chessington 473-4679 ker, Hal Adams Gordon Bullock -
million annual
mated S5 pay-
L. J. Robinson 475- 04J) and Ed O'Donoghue. .

Winners of the President Cup. I :Jhe.\.A D TfIb roll this Griffin area.said that Bland- I ''' ''
----- ------- ---- Ing also contributes to recrea-
; r i ir ) tion facilities In the area, and 11'5 h
Ji S-r"\ pointed out that Blanding Wildlife -
iI I Management Area checkedIn HIGHWAY 100 NORTH '

I past 29,000 season.hunters during the KEYSTONE UTS. FLA. ,

I It II III way 21 North Keystone, Hts. Michael the club Falkel at this was meeting welcomedinto by JO AND BILL BHUNOFSKY, OWNERS

I President Watt Hardenbergh.Mr. .
Falkel is a retired post- f",. .
t TC1 J I Barbecue Steaks -- Fresh Seafood master from Portage, Ind. and ... "" vt
Is residing with his wife and '
Buffet Lunch Daily son. In the POstmasters Village ;'

'II Room 7 a.m.12 at Lake Geneva. They recently
I Dining Open -- p.m. purchased the home of Mrs. r '

J I For Take-Out Orders Call Ole A1) 473-9620 Veta Sherwin, who returned ..

::) north."A... r .. : FURNITURE s111r" sur ..............
- - "
1 I II .. AND USES! MSM Stll, ,;

.1 I' r To; My T' --- APPLIANCES TIME[

I ?i : Many Friends

J '

J I sincerely thank "each" of you for your fine .t .

vote and support In the November 3 General

., 3107 OCT70 M'.1 I I'I It election For those who pr Ave their tine: nd USED FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES

::1, effort I flm deeply grateful.
' I pledge to work for continued progress In

1 LOANS FOR: I : all County Government and to cooperate with

1 It's like money In the Mortgages I II the people and other public officl s In accomplishing A
=niqre.: USED
Account this gORl. i itT
I bank. Y. Education' I SEWING

:;I here gives you se- Vacations Business/ II Attain many thanks* MACHINE :; MACHINES

::I curlty. Earns interest s Building/ I I'I REPAIRS


J I compounded regularly. .-.__.___......... I : Elbert D. Saunders PARTS PRICES

:I is fully insured up to FDIC I II

: h
I $20,000. Now. that's pro- ,,_....... _. .. I

Clay County Commissioner Dist. 2 .
:I teet ion, I II ...

Keystone Heights FU. I II

:':. Member F.D.I.C. Friendly (Pol. Adv. Paid for by Elbert D. Saunders) 35 Years Experience Service Guaranteed Phone 473-3483

' "Your Friendly Bank In Your
I Community." I
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'--1'! MELROSE By Joyce RowenflrflflsrsrrflSSfl = ,


plan should be started shortly. -
Eastern Star The Executive Board of with their grandparents Mr.
the regular meeting of the Albert Schoeneman.
the Church Women which will and Ms.
OES Chapter was held on November meet November 23 at 1 If you take one or two dally -
3 In the Chapter rooms will bring this suggestion papers and several magazinesand
of Masonic Hall. Following the up
for discussion. All officers constantly find them stack-
regular opening by Worthy Pa- big up on you, we are lookingfor --
please not that the Board
tron Gilbert Reed Worthy Ma- meetIng PTA is CLASSIFIED AD RATES COTTAGE P R'ENTS-l'.I I (? Cottage ( !
The Melrose n
cordial Is the 4th Monday, and the you. JIMMY\ \ M00RE'SSUN For Sale 14 cu. ft. refrigerator j l Smith
tron Jo Reed gave a a drive. So parents wanlej. "toms' Plumbingand
planning paper
date is
Minimum Chare __.. 1.75 freezer like
faithful members SPORTS new,
for the
greeting save all those papers and magazines Married couples: and:! wcmon. '
attending, and complimented and put them in the boxes (Cover 15 words) Salary starts $247:? :per month $100.00. 21 cu. ft refriger- Supply

the fine attendance two NEW CREATION LEADERSHIPThe for 6th that will be placed at several Each word over IS-7. MOORE BOAT FOR per person. 5 day week 8 hour: alor freezer, side by side.

weeks ago. when Past Matrons places of business in this area. YOUR MONEY day. Promotional opportunities( NEW $360. 15 cu. ft. refdt'erator
7th and 8th graders meets SOc Extra Charge If not
Order every
and Past Patrons of the Sunday from 5:30 If you do not have a way to bring State Retirement, .sick leave, !: freezer, with ice Raiford Road
evening to
were honored.It election. night, and 6:30: in the Sundav School Build them to the "boxes or have Pat a paid In advance Starke Ph. 964-5791 vacation' : etc Please apply iji, maker NEW, $299.99. 3 Phone 964.6023
being Mrs.
large quantity; only Personnel Office
little business to transact, after ing. The Youth Fellowship for Gambill at475-1668,Mrs.Joyce CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Complete? Outboard & person Buliland Certfieri! \ GiUnesV-ile' ,, used Electric Ranges, 2

paying respects to the pass- 9th graders meets every Sun- Rowe at 475-5692. Mrs. Elaine $1.50 Per Inch Rm. Gas Heaters. 744 N. Contracting and RepairsPlumbing
Stern Fla. An
Drive Service and equal opportunity employer
Past Grand day evening at 7 p.m. In the Fixtures
Ing of the Worthy Ashley at 475-5621 or Mrs. Thompson St. Phone 964.;
Matron who served from 1953- Youth Building (annex). Bettye Duncan at 475-2666.Re- Memorials Resolutions Repair. Complete Fiberglass tfchg 6729 tfch Water Heaters

1954, and a Memorial paid to member, when you recycle paper Proclamations, etc. -7c word Repair. Custom ..C ",*, _-, 'Ik"l, 'Water Pumps

her memory, the general bus- BIBLE CLUB ROUNDUPAll you are helping the environment. CARDS OF THANKSSO built Fiberglass Fishing
iness was short.Members were boys and girls, grades You save.trees and :

reminded to bring the Jams and 1-6, are invited to attend the prevent some. pollution. words or lest .. .... .3.00 Roats. MARY Small Appliance

jellies for the Thanksgiving Bible Club which started Tues- The PTA is also currently Each word over SO-7o REPAIRS

Rally of the Masonic Home In day, Nov. 3. The Leaders are Stanley products as a
selling '
St. Petersburg. Donations from Miss Reba Thompson and Anne Orderscan FOR RENT One 'tr311.r6pce

this Chapter will be acceptedat Bell. This Bible Club Is held money-making be taken from project.officers or TWO BEDROOM Mediterranean : ; one frame 2 fcedroomunfunniahed CARTER Phone 782-3667 BRADFORDSEPTIC

the next regular meetingon In the Rolling Chapel each Tues- members. They are especially s tyle trailer 12 x 60. AU hovs.?. One large TANK
November 17. This Is a day directly after school and interested in selling electric. Take over payments storage. shed; ore mechanic Toaster, Mixers. Fans.

happy date for all OES mem- the place Is' at the corner of Degreaser. the well-known Call 782-3627 or 964-5448. Up! shop; one warehouse on 301 PAINTSNEW Irons Heaters and COMPAN.YREPAIRING

bers, for It Is Chapter Birth- Fred Dodd's home, about two cleaning product put out by this South of Starke. Call Mutual Electric Hand Tools.

day evening. At the same time, flocks from the school, (corner If do not know USED PORTABLE Typewriter Lumber Inc. 964-7490 8 a.m.

all Grands Past Grands, and of Magnolia and Pecan Sts.) company.who is you taking orders, good condilt' 'On. $25 cah.!, to 4 p.m. tfehg ITEMS 3tp 11-12 DRAIN CLEANOUTAND

Grand officers of the Order Here are planned many new anyone call Mrs. Gambill, Mrs. Rowe Doris Overstreet, 412 Polk St.. PUMPING

will be honored guests. The things with songs, Bible storIes Mrs. Ashley, or Mrs. Duncan Phone. 964-7456. 2tp 11-19 HOUSE PAINTING Interior WALL PAPER
Exterior sand finishing:
and missionary projects
following chapter meetings are ,
equally as Important, and a all of which the children may and takes they will order.see that someone FOUND: SCib.. nu er. Owner floors.Hourly or entrant., First Unpainted Furniture Phone 964-6647

full attendance is anticipated. take part. This new programis your planned for please contact 'within 7 toys floors Hourly] or. contract. SEARSHas Starke Fla.
Other projects
Following the regular Decem- sponsored by the Children's the PTA Include a spaghetti Ider.,'tty. Phone: 9646371. Itp First class,,':rk.m,.nahlp. Con- Wood Graining Kit ttcblt

ber first meeting, on Decem- Mission Inc. Parents wishing tack LorcJe Ro rh, Ra'ford.! EvertningSTARKE
in January, a FOR
ber 10, the SPECIAL Chapter their children to attend, please supper western show in February SALET, V. $35.00 Refrlgerator Fla. Mon., Thurs.! Prl.' 7 ..,m, K-80 Paint Remover

meeting when the official vis- send a signed note with your and carnival In May. A bake $15.00. Excellent' to 5 p.m. 4311126. Rights and
a !
It of the Grand Matron will child. Phone of the leaders Is sale has been slated for Nov- contUticn. Call 064-8141. lip! weekends 431-1768. 4tp tl-10 Houses Washed Custom Built

be held. At this date. initia- 4734782. All members are If '
ember 21. you own a email! sports
will be on December SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Lawn Mowers For Rent Phone 964-6843
tory ceremony urged to contact Mrs. Gambill car Dahm r's Discount has a Wrought Iron Rails for
1. FELLOWSHIP CLUB Letters all sizes, colors. Perm-
and let her know what baked mall olze: 8 track Stereo Porches and
play] :!:, 102 EAST Patios.
Sister Starke OES Chapter Today is the luncheon-meet- anent, for use on wood, glass BROWNLEE
goods they can bring. er for it priced
has as its special project the ing of the Club, which Is a Melrose has another place of formerly $52.50 pla .t'c.'! paper, metal, leather. Mobile Home Steps

sale of the Teal Towel OES covered dish and meets at the business which opened last 2tchg!: 11-19 ANYTHING! -Bradford County STREET Mail Box StandsBrown's

Calendars and another style; of new Lions Club building adjacent week. It Is called Mama's KIt- RED BONE HOUND- Female] Telegraph. _tf

non-franternal type.; to the athletic field of chen and is being operated by lost Nov. 1, 1970 in vicinity CASHFOR Welding

Prayers are asked for the the High School. The time Is Mr.,and Mrs. L.W. Holsapple.I of Sampson, Lake. Tatoo me'.ra. WATSON'S

recovery of Mrs. John (Elizabeth 12:30: p.m. understand they make delicious ': Call collect 485-2543, PECANS 556 S. Walnut

) fumble who underwenteye Due to Thanksgiving falling pizza, though I have not Trilby Tetstono!!' Reward. lip House of Vacuums VETINARY INJECTARLES Phone 964.6.189
surgery in Alachua Hospital on the 4th Thursday of the
had the opportunity; to try 964-9958
earlier this week. month which is the regular yet. Mama's Kitchen Is located FOR SALE64 Fcrd 3-4 ton Many brands of new vaouumi Tetanus ToxoldSleeping Buying Dailyat

Everyone compliments P.M. Games Day meeting, the mem- where the Black Kettle Kitchen trucV. Phen! 5332136. Itp $39,00 up. Used machines from Sickness

Dorothy Koons on receiving her bers voted to hold the Game used to be.Weare. $10. Expert Repairs all makes. Distemper Hepatitis Lepta

50 year pin on being a mem- Day, one week from today happy to hear that 10 ACRES Parts and Accessories for all Comblottc State Farmers Mkt.

ber 50 years In the Order. Nov. 19, at 1:30: p.m. in the Gene Eagle Is out of the hos- South 301 -Nice Frame Home vacuums. Built in Central vacuum ANDREWS DRUGS

Lions Club. Games of your pital and will soon be back at Many Outbuildings Chain cleaning systems. 712 N PHONE 961-7120 GLOVER
COMMUNITY CHURCHOn choice are offered, and a sim- Link Fence $17.000
Call Bill '
school. Gene recently hurt his Main, Gainesville 378-7110 ELECTRIC
November 16 the Church ple prize gift is asked of all arm In an accident. Powell BrokerSouthern FOR RENT12' wide 2 bedroom J. R. WAINWRIGHT

Women's Home Circles will participants.P.S. Thursday, Nov. 5, Mr. Shep- CLASP ENVELOPES, all trailer! outside city .

meet as follows: At 1:30: the In all charity; which the pard and a group of American Marine sizes.- Bradford County. Tele limits J. B. White 9646114. Complete Repair

next four Circles will meet dictionary defines as, "an act Legion members presented a graph. tiChTBARRETT OLIN'S MOBILE HOME ServiceWIRINGHEATING
Mrs. Turknett's at the home of kindness In others"and
judging program for 5th and. 6th grade Moved To GainesvilleNew SALES
of Mrs. C.H. Heptinstall with the Biblical Christian refrains -
students. NameGainesville WILL SWAP 3 ;fed' home
Mrs. Ray Farris co-hostess; from "judging others om Starke, Rt. 100 West, has AIR CONDITIONING
Laura Barbot, 6th grade student for lakefront '
Mrs. Vance's Circle at the lest he be judged." In the past gave a talk of the history MarineLYNN 964-7649 property. Call 1971 12' wider for 24 HOURS
or 964-6557.
home of Mrs. A.P. Hallman; few weeks, several organiza- of Veterans Day and how it is Water Conditioning .* 964-8835
Mrs. Beam, Sr. Circle) with tions' officers and coworkershave HAMILTON MGR 4tchg 11-26 $3,195
observed in the natl n. She was
Mrs. Ralph Barker'.and Mrs.Blrd's been called and received academic Johnson Melons Cobra Boats and Pump Co.
chosen for her high ;FOR SALE 1962 Falcon .pickup .t
Circle with Mrs. Bea complaints from readers of col- Marine Supplies
record and the record of her $200.
Kimmons. The Morning Cir- umns, because of mistakes 1030 E. Phone 964-5812. 130 Court Street
work in all school activities. University Ave LEW'SWELDING
cle, whose Chairman is Mrs. made in some columist's re- Gainesville ___2tp 11-12 Phone 96.4.5832PLUMBING SEWING

Greeson meets at 9:30: a.m. ports. If these individuals would WOMAN'S CLUB SHOP

In home of Mrs. Marshall Gal- consider the many hands that The Melrose Woman's Club IF. WE DON'T HAVE IT For Sale 14 cu. ft. refrigerator -

lop with Mrs. L.C. Gayle co- are required for the comple- met Wednesday of last week we'll get It for you. Office freezer, like new, Whispering!' Pines Mo MACHINESALES

hostess. There are two evening tion of a newpaper, from the for their regular monthly busi- Supplies, Furniture, Equip 5100.00. 21 CM. ft refrificr- Water Conditionersand tel US 301 S. Phone

Circles that meet,as'(ollows: reporter to the editor, to the ness meeting. Hostesses were ment. Bradford COWltJ'TeleO'apb. alor freezer, side by side' 96.8252.UTIUTY A SERVICEPFAFF

The Nightingales, whose!! chairman typesetter; to the assemblingof Mrs. W.F. Wilson and Mrs. / NEW $360. 15 cu. ft. re- Pumps NECCHI
Is Mrs. Cook," meets at the entire news copy, includ- WELL!: DRILLING TRAILERS NEW HOME UNIVERSAL

7:45 p.m. in home of Mrs. ing advertisements, and the Perry. WANTED LISTINGS frif orator freezer with Ice Sales and Rentals $49.50
The next meeting will be Nov- CUSTOM up
Walter Muhlhoffer and the Re- final which is maker. NEW, $299.99. 3 BUILT ,
printing, printed ember 18 with a about On Homes and Acreage Buyer PARTS REPAIRS. 014 Alj
beccas whose chairman is Mrs. out-of-town, it Is felt sure our environment program by Mrs. Paul Waiting. Strout Realty Reg. used Electric Ranges, 2 Repair Department GAS AND ELECTRIC OTHER MAKE MAC_'

McLean, will meet at 8 p.m. that Charity; and a kindness Bird. Broker 21 n N. Temple Ave. Rm. Gas Heaters. 744 N. 24 Hour ServiceWE WELDING BRAZING

in the home of Mrs. Miller of judging all these artisans, BAZAAR Ph. 884-6609 StarVe. Fla] Thompson St. Phone 961- SHEET METAL NATIONAL6tlW.UNIV.AVI.
Wrinkle. Leaders are urgedto would not be In their think-
Trinity; Episcopal Church will 6729 tfch WANT TO SELL 3 bedroom .
discuss with their members ing, or action. For all your Real Estate _
hold its annual Bazaar at the
whether a promotional bazaar two toi'ih' masonry' ) 378-1355
NeedsBuy Sell Exchange : INTERSTATE MOBILE Home
Parish House Nov. 4
:home, for 18000.00 with, good ,
Appraisal! Expert moving in Fla. Call 064-5600.
from 9 to 3. Lunch will be PUMPSNEW
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Advice on all Red terms also a very beautiful
served at Handwork, tfchg
KEYSTONE" HEIGHTS masc:; ::1r.1e with spclous
Estate Problems Call ry :
plants, baked goods, white elephants -
Pastor, Rev. Lawrence Carroll grounds for 14500.00 A. J.Thon1.a.s AND USED
INDIAN BEACH and junk will be offeredfor : AH 1970 Appli- NOTICEStarke
Sunday School, 9:30: a.m. Reg. Real Estate Broker Realtor. Tel. 964-5701.
Morning Worship Service, 11 sale. Phone ances to be sold at 10% ttchg SALES
(Lake Santa Fe) a.m. Church Training, 6:30: p.m. Stoke Plaza above cost to make room PARTS and Keystone
By: Michael B. Cbllty Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. Melrose Action Committee for 1971 models. Air Con- TYPEWRITERS: Manual 01 SERVICE Heights area Customers
Phone 475-1612 TuesdayGirls In Action(Ag- tfchg ditioners Electric. For sale or rent. -
Ranges! Refrigerators
met at the Public Library Deep and Shallow Wells
6-11)) Bradford County Telegraph.FOR Mattressand
3:15 Hastings
es WednesdayHour: p.m. of Power Tuesday night. Main topic of Closeout!' : All 1970 Appliances Dishwas hers, Water Softeners and

Hello there, fellow freezers. (Prayer Meeting) 7 p.m. Adult discussion was the day care to be sold at 10% Washers & Dryers, and'Ice RENT: 2 beirsom.: : furs FillersPlumbing Upholstery

I guess you all loved that chilly Choir Rehearsal 8 p.m. center. Also discussed was the above cost to make room Makers.! Wells Appli- tailed huse.! 310 N. Church St.

weather last week as muchas ThursdayActeens(Girls Ag- Flea Market which was held at for 1971 models..Air Conditioners ances. Hwy :301 S. Phone Call 064-6707 Itp Supplies 710 St. Johns Ave.PAI.ATKA .
I did. Some people actually the Parish House Saturday.The
thought It got down right cold, es wide 12-17)Visitation.The 3:15: p.m. Church- group would like to thank all Ranges, Refrig !9t I.606Y. EXPERT SERVICE ON

but I have a strange feeling the people of Melrose who participated erators. Dishwas hers, FOR SALE New ALL MAKES
brick 3
monthly business meet- Is Open AgainFURNITURE
that before this Winter is overthey'll and helped make the Washers & Dryers, and 647061DURRANCE
Ing was held Wednesday eve- bedroom: 2 baths! living room PHONE
be wishing if was warmas sale a success. Ice :Makers Wells Appli-
ning prior to Bible Study and dining room, family room.
it was last week. MAC is once again planningto ances.!' 301
Hwy S. Phone
Prayer Service. R.L.Ennis was FHA or Conventional:! Financing Refinished
PERSONALS distribute Thanksgiving bas- Repaired -
approved as an active deacon 964'; -sos1. Contact Buford M
Jerry and Regina Chitty and kets to the needy in this area. tchell, PUMP & SUPPLY CO. ReupholsteredNEW
for a three-year term by the Phone 964-6760. P.O. Box 238.
son Donnie were our supper Church. Mr. Ennis who Is also LEGAL FORMS. Bradford
StArke. tfchg MATTRESSES
guests on Monday night last BAPTIST REVIVALA
County Telegraph ph. ,'.
Chairman of Buildings & I WE DON'T HAVE. i.we'll .
week. Saturday my parents, revival will be held at B4-810S.!' INSURANCEAT "Some young people seem ,
Grounds Coifimlttee get H for
James and Cricket,visited Bud- recom- Ellam Baptist Church, Mel- to have dentist confused with you Office FREE ESTIMATES
mended that RATES | .
a sign Jbe Supplies
pur- Furniture .
and Merle Ellis In Gaines- Equipsent. Collect 3.2 144i
dy Sunday Nov. 15 Call
rose, through
barbers-they their bar
chased to go out in front of AUTO. FIRE, BOAT see Bradford County.
ville. My brother Wayne of 22 at 7:30
p.m. ben twice "
the Church which received the DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE a 1
year. Telegraph
Jacksonville spent the weekend The evangeist will be I.C. filler Brown
vote of the
with us and Billy and Denise bers. Mrs. Annabelle Anthonywas mem- (Connie) Johnson, pastor of AGENCY ......_.............. .....................'..............._._._._...
Bell of Keystone Heights were First Baptist Church of Mld- toag
elected Church
Sunday supper guests. Mr. & dleburg, and past moderatorof
Mrs. Willie Stinson and daugh- the year. Black Creek Baptist Associa- 1IIIIJIr! !!! BAIRD '
For the month of October !
ters of Hampton visited Sunday We Repair
the Church received the following tion.Music Mobile Homes !
afternoon. My mother and and special singing will i
father attended the funeral of new members: by bap- be provided by the choir and Volkswagen NEW and USED
tism: Mrs. lona J, Williams, I
Mrs. Oletha Manning in Starke Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cromer; other groups from surrounding New a UH4 t.V). 810.12 WideGalnetrllla |

Sunday afternoon.Mr. and by letter, Mr. and Mrs. communmett.: Sales Service i TYPEWRITERS
All in this Invited to
and Mrs. Dick Hilliard area are
Dale We
Rye. are pleased to
have returned from a week'S have these join with us. attend the services. 1 Ml. North of Tin Man : I

visit in South Florida. They This coming Sunday afternoon GAINESVILLECARL : Reasonably Priced! :I ADDING MACHINES

visited Dick's sister and November 15, at 3 p.m., this family. Gainesville 37P-2785 I

brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Byron E. Nichols, who is an Shirley and Dolph Reddish Serviced Guaranteed and! :S
Rex Spivey, and his
artist-musician from North Delivered In Start Area I
Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Milliard 'and family of Starke were sup-
Florida Junior College In Mad- NO EXTRA COST :
and Lester Milliard in Okee- per guests of her parents, Mr.
chobee. They went to Fort ison, will bring an organ con- and Mrs. Dwight W. Carpenter. BEGGS US 441 N. 4SU2 NW 13th : ..
cert in church for the
our pur- Mr. and Mrs. Frasier and Oa'"II1&' 3'7JlS! ,
Pierce on business for a cou- of demonstrating the new Get'em While Last!
ple of days, then they spent the pose family of Jacksonville spent the Gulf ServiceUSED They !
Baldwin the Church Is
weekend organ weekend with Mr. and Mrs. IF WE DON'T HAVE IT '
with Mr. and Mrs. PARTS
J.M. considering purchasing. The Daryl Barrows. we'll get It for you. Office :

Frances Dicks Hurstand in Bradenton.Diane Harper public Is Invited to attend and Leon and Connie White of rop Prices for Wrecked Cars Supplies, Furniture, Equip Used Typewriters I

of Keystone attended the- we hope that many of you will Macclenny, and brother Henry 21 Hour Wrecker Service mert. Bradford CountyTeleeraph. :
take advantage of this opportunity
Johnson of Alma, Ga., were .
Football Fuel
Game ; to hear this talented gen- Oil .
of Mr. and Mrs. George Jacksonville Saturday after- tleman bring this program of Ellis guests recently. Used CarsHwy. POSTED SIGNS: Treated to : -$45 To $85- i

lovely, spiritual music. withstand weather- 20e each,
Jack Miller in SPORTS: 311) N. Waldo
was Hemphlll. Our Pator's sermon this Sun Since there was only a dab of $2.25 doz. Special price on larger 4 .
and Ann this Jacks week visiting and children.Adrian day morning will be, "Sancti-" sports news, I'll add It here. 4(8-1993 quantities. Bradford County : Completely Reconditioned
flcatlon of the Saints. Visi-
Lou's mother Roy and Alan Griffin ofGriffin's I Telegraph. tf 4
Mrs. Ruby Dyalof
tors are;'always warmly wel- 30 4
Lodge, caught specs
Gainesville, was a supper comed in our church and we while drifting In Little Santa Fe SEWING MACHINE_ Cleaned, WATER FRONT:' PROPERTYOn : Royals, Remingtons

guest of the Millers Wednesday hope that many wUl come and last Tuesday.Roy Griffin caught oiled and adjusted in your. Crosby Lake! & Crosby Lake 4

night.Variety Lou and Show Jack attendedthe worship with us. 8 Bass and 6 Specs last Friday home, 500. Vacuum cleaner Inlet.] Ideal For Mobile Homes, : GUARANTEED TO WORK

; sponsored by ShlDman's Camp reportedthat repairs also. All work guaranteed. Summer Cottage Or Year4
Moose Lodge of Gainesville weekend with Mrs. Jo Strand- Dennis E. Cogglna. Phone Round Ltvlng.
the Alachua C.A. Rodlbaugh of Earl-) See Them AtBradford
Cohnty; Sherries berg. ton Beach caught 10 Bass Including 431.1428. tfche All Lots Ready To Go Clear :a -
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priced From $995,00.1"IN.n

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attended a Cast. party; afterwards Fowler of Jacksonville, who PAPER, Mimeo Paper Bead
it, people. So till next cing Available. Call 9647701. 4
was DwIght Carpenter's sister. Paper Notebook Fillers.Bra4ord : PHONE 964.6305
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Paul. Lee and Greg Strand- Our
deep sympathy out tot County
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