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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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Gridders Go ."" .r.I."t.L.' ... .. ', '.'. .,- : .:,";..,..I.. ;. Starke Had Hampton citizens will de- I

',..ty.". ,... cide the city's fate-when
.' they vote whether to
abandon the city charter

Good Year under which they have

To Santa Fe operated since 1925, or to

"-. keep it.

Audit Shows"A
To abolish the charter voters
would have to
amass a two-
thirds majority of those castIng -
In Final Test "fairly good year in all pledged $525,000 in securities.The ballots.
funds was Auditor Ned Scott's city has $170,000 in reserve -
succinct description of the financial funds in the CommunityState There are 166 voters registered -
situation of the Cityof Bank, but that bank has Any resident, who has
Seeking their fourth victory Tornado gridders Starke for the fiscal year not secured any of the city's lived In Florida for at leasta
ending Dept. 30, 1970. and In Hampton for at
will wind up the 1970 season tomorrow (Friday Nov. funds. year,
and is 21
20)) when they travel to Alachua to take on the Santa Onlv the city's General The council instructed the least six months,
of age or older, may
Fe Raiders. Fund "took a beating Scott clerk to make certain the funds years
told the City Council Tuesday are secured, or withdraw them register before December 8,
night, meaning that fund dur- from the bank. and be eligible to vote in thlt

Game time at Santa Fe Is Brett Waters 225-11 offensive ing the year spent more thanIt election
T took In. But he added the Mayor Willard Thomas' pro-
8 p.m. center and defensive tac-
city Is in over-all sound financial "Whereas
clamation reads a
Santa Fe Is runner-up to the kle Is the top Santa Fe lineman '. condition. BHSDress has been brought to
1969 Class B state championteam according to the BHS petition
The GF balance sheet in the city council of the city
has since been e- scouting report. Waters Is big
classified Class A. The Raiders and quick, a combination every Scott's 26 page report shows of Hampton, executed by one- .
this season have won four coach likes to find in a lineman } that general fund expenditures third of the registered voters
games and lost five. They will He Is the best offensive blocker exceeded revenues by $53,181. of said city; petitioning for an
be looking tomorrow night to on the team. EY R But since there was a GF bal- election to be held In the city
avert a losing season. Santa Fe's big right tackle, ance of $78,428 at the begin- to determine whether or not
BHS is going Into the game Fred Walker, 196-12, Is alsoa ning of the year the general the city should surrender Its
with nothing to lose but the good lineman and Is rated fund has begun the new yearIn franchise as an Incorporated
ballgame. second to Waters and Is a good shape. There was a Code municipality existing under the
laws of the state of Florida
two-way player. Guard Gary 1970-71 beginning balance of ;
The Tornadoes have already Goodnight, 150-11, win Waters $26,169, enough to cover Octo- and
consigned themselves to a losing and Walker hold down the right ber bills, which Scott said Is "Whereas, the city council
season with their 3-5-1 side of the Raider offensiveline sufficient and is good opera- OutBradford of the city of Hampton has certified -
record to date. and the left side of the defensive ting procedure.But to me, as Mayor, that
But the BHS has found Its line.Opposite ijJtldy as the Council discussed said petition conforms In all l
passing game In the last two several months ago, the clerk's High School's so- respects to the requirements
weeks and has become defensively those three, defensively > office overspent by $8,386, the called "dress code"was tossed of law, and that the signatures
stronger after going back Santa Fe has a 170-11, police department by $25,541, out Tuesday night In a vote of contained on said petition have
to their old successful 5-4 de Wright; a 210-12, Theodls Mc- ., I rrfM THffrnMl Un' WirTiiiw p "' 1. the street department by $8- about 90 students, parents, and been properly authenticated by
tense Nish and 182-11, Charles Clarkon 944, the recreation departmentby teachers. the city council,
the left side of the line. And $2,564. Only the fire department Dress of BHS students will ". .1 do hereby proclaim...
Santa Fe beat Baker County; on the left side of the line.That Trigger stayed within its bud- henceforth be left to the discretion an election shall be held In
26-8 lat week. The Tornadoeswent gives the Raiders a big defensive get in the general fund. of parents. the city of Hampton on Tuesday -
41-6 past Baker County In line. The audit report also shows Motion to abandon the dress 15 December 1970.
the season opener. Only other LOCAL GIRL WINS BIG mat revenues of the city's u- code, imposed at the opening of "That said election shall be
common foe has been.'.Palatkaa ,- Santa'" Fe runs a 6-1 defense ." ... .... ,' ,.... '-. .:_ dUty system Increased by over school this year was made by for the purpose of permitting .
team that beat both Starke with a'odi"deep secondary. $53,000, but that expendituresalso Mrs. Tom Casey,' wife of the the qualified electors of the f.
and Santa Fe by two touch- If the secondary moves up to IN GAINESVILLE HORSE SHOWWinning went up over $44,000. "As county school superintendent.It City of Hampton, Florida to
the line, It makes a 6-5 defense '
downs. The Raiders lost to I do all businesses, Scott re- was first seconded by BHS cast their ballots on the proposition -
But Santa Fe, until recently -
Monticello 34-22. ported. as to whether the city
Principal Ralph DIggs but whenit
has been a 5-4 ball club four ribbons Judy Gainesville Open 4-H Horse blue ribbon and a trophy In Net retained earnings the city was clarified that Mrs. Casey of Hampton shall surrender Its
QB Greg Gillman 156-12 returned and the Tornadoes will be pre- Loper and her big chestnut, Show by storm. Grade Western performance, realized from its utilities actually meant that no administrator franchise as an Incorporated
for Santa Fe last week pared defense also to face their own Trigger, took Saturday's Judy and Trigger won a a second place ribbon in Show- were less in 1970 than would have authority to senda municipality under the laws of
after an ankle Injury and gui- Hurse. says Coach David the previous year, $122,172 to student home because of his the state of Florida.
ded the Rebels to the fifth $130,981 after Scott had taken dress, Diggs had "Said election shall be conducted -
no comment.
victory. Gillman is a good manship, a third place ribbonIn all factors into consideration.Total Mrs. W.T. Jackson then and the returns there-
ball handler and likes to throw Halter, and a fourth placein earnings from all the the gave of shall be canvassed In accordance -
second. Only few
short passes. He is an exper- Stock Seat equlsltion. city's utilities were $767,939 in voted to keep the dress persons code with the rules and

ienced quarterback, and startedthe County Probing 1970 fiscal year, up from$714- in force Only one person, a regulations of the city council -
Class B state champion- The Bradford 4-11 memberhas 834 in 1969. But expenses were preacher, spoke In favor of of the city of Hampton."
ship last year when Santa Fe'* trained and cared for the up to $412,724 compared to the code. Petitions asking for the election -
regular quarterback was in- $368,419 in 1969. were presented to the
big chestnut horse by hers'ellsince Actually, the vote Is only a
jured. he The audit report places the recommendation to school ad- Hampton city council at the
"We'll have to be on our was a two-yoar-old. total depreciated value of the ministrators. However, Princi- regular meeting October 13,
toes," says Coach David Hurse city's utilities at $2,501,742, pal Ralph Diggs said the recommendation when Attorney George Pierce
when about Refuse The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. but that is
talking Gillman. Problem simply an accountIng will be followed read the request to "surrender -
Santa Fe mixes the runningand Ben H. Loper, Judy Is a freshman figure although as near "I think this is a real good the charter of the city
passing game pretty well, at Bradford High School. to the actual value of the sys- thing if we all cooperate and and ask the mayor to makea
Hurse says Best receivers are tem as can be arrived at with- work together. I'm entering this proclamation for an elect-
split end Ray Cason, 143-11 She Is a member of both the out actual sale of the In good faith," Diggs said. Ion not less that 30 days nor
tight end Greg Walker, 150-12 Two state health officials are missioners, that the Hampton) mission feels kills both sites. Bradford 4-H Club and the pertles. "The students shouldn't get more than 60 days" from that
and fullback Dwayne Alexander, being asked to meet the County dump can meet the state's stan At the Bradford County Roping Club. The council gave one orderas the wrong impression" Diggs date.
there Is also
159-11, who plays the pro man ; Commission Dec. 7 to determine dards. Hampton a result of the audit re- cautioned. "There
In the pro set and seldom runs exactly where Bradford One thing the county is not problem of the low area. State port. Scott told the city fathers exceptions to the are always Hampton city councilmen verified -
rule. Any
the ball. County stands In regardto financially prepared to do now, health officials from the Air The Loper's live on SR-100 that the city has reserve problem that might arise will signatures on the petitions -
establishing sanitary landfills and which the state requires and Water Pollution Control about six miles southeast of funds totaling over $524,000in be 'as by personal contact, and
Best running back on the> San- Board, when either ordering Starke before the SR-18 handled an individual
at Hampton and New Riv- Is provide dally coverage of Just the Florida Bank at Starke, said they learned of false rumors -
ta Fe Is Frank
153-12, who also does Robinson a good er on SR-229 near the Valor refuse. That one thing,the com- (Continued on Page 8)) intersection. toward which the bank has (Continued on Page 8)) In the original presenta-

Job blocking on passes. Jon County line. .y-- ... -.,,!,' : -...-----..---.............. don of the petitions. Several
A seven-member of withdrew their signatures by
Sanders, 130-11, is small bouta group
Hampton citizens and officials u ;k, '" signing a petition to that effect -
tough runner. met with the Commission Mon but these have since been
day to discuss what could be allowed to stand. At lastweek's
** done about re-opening the dump council meeting, officials felt
there. The group was acting on If they went ahead with the
Cfe a Nov. 9 letter from John A. sss election, maybe It would"clear
Mulrennan, chief Bureau of JL the air"
Entomology of the Florida Division ,.. \\1> a 4.rl
( ville, which suggested that the "r' ." .. >- to hold the election were L.G.
City of Hampton and the County ..,. ,:, .' "'.. Johns, Jeff Baker and Ernest
; Commission work out a solution 9 Green. They obtained 62 signatures -
to that dump problem. '' "' .. before presenting the
But the Commission felt its ..J ? .. .t .. petition to the council.
\ to .
hands are still tied because .. ".. ,.. ; 7 >T" .. A Joint meeting of city and
: .:;:;. < ; ,, jOr.V
neither the Hampton dump nor r'r ""C' county; officials October 30, open -
1 the proposed fill near Ralford '" Y to Hampton residents,
does the county feel it can \ Int brought out the fact that Bradford -
meet the stringent rules laid County Commissioners
down by the state health a- .,M#.M+. scarcely welcomed additional
gencies. L '.. responsibilities for real repair -
County Sanitarian Jack Tra- street l lighting or garbage
Ileta Sigma Phi ; wick was uncertain Monday if disposals.

the county can get the New 0"'r Gripes about street conditions '
HOLIDAY BALLNew River site approved by the Division inadequate drainage,
of Health and was most traffic control, water and sew-
Starke ArmorySat. pessimistic, as were the com- II age plans, and the city dump

.. ,. .. .. .._.. ,... .!It.... found no sypathetic ear among
21 county officials. They already

9 I'.M. To J 1:00: A.M. Early Paper .. .- .. ,u -.-'- ,t'o .-.. ,,, ; .. .' .... r .. ):. ..,s.... J have more, equipment problems and/or than personnel finances --

Music Next Week to handle them. Commissioners -
Uy BHS Band Performs For Home Fans Zedia Hamilton
JOHNNY JKLINEKOrchestra R"e'' CopyDue Friday Night Ralph Dryan told Hampton citizens -


DOOR PRIZES to the Thanksgiving holiday Look In considering consequence
$5 I'er Coup? The Telegraph will be They Sharp of surrendering the charter,
published one day earlier next Hampton electors face the loss
of most of the, $9.833 Income

Eb4 <(!t 01Iu.nm't.l't4tCJj week.All correspondence, church They perform only briefly wards In a straight line look tensive as yet, but they play out a hitch. Hut he's looking forward to the city received lastear,
notices, columns, club publi- at halftime at football games: easyIt definitely 1 I. not! 'I hey and much with excellence. The band currently Is in a an all-varsity band and a jun- and not more Ulan $500 ot ibis 1
city, etc. must be in our hands but before each of those minutes .have drilled until they march When (lie band first began rebuilding Casscls Is would go to the county coffers. -
nk by Monday morning (earlier If Bradford High School band Instinct. practicing to march backwards, in his second program. at Mils. ior varsity; band. Heal estate laves, (at
possible) in order to Insure members have put In literally Though,:: the casual: obsoivcr/ some members actually lost Majority of the band members The band Oils Saturday will three and a half mills the. lowest -
Av..n Now f publication in the Nov.26 Issue. hours of practice. may not have noticed" the 111 IS their balance und foil down Hut are In guides 7-9. Only compete In the Florida 1 Hand- rate of any' municipality lit
""" ...10.000 byC The deadline for all adver- They make marching In a band carries no, music onto they put forth what t Handmastcr 20/ members are senior high master's Association! District the vwuitybrought; : in $IB5:
F..O"' tising copy will be 5 p.m. Mon- straight line look easyIt Isn't. the field with (bum. 'J hey mum- Dean t'assels terms "ex- students. 3 Marching Contest to be held last year, and are billed! at
___ Co..... day. Friday night at the Orange I'ark orUo each: plecu they play. tra effort" and by Kriday carried "I'm pleased with the progress on Bradford Field from 2-4.30: $1.322 for 1971. game they made marching back- Their jvpllolrv\. Is not ex- their program off with- far Tassels P.m.
so ;
; says. (Continued on ,Page

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"I Castlen-Marien Holiday Ball Set Rehearsal Dinner Films On Drugs ,;

Announcement By Beta Sigma Phi For Fancher-Meng To Be ShownTwo

\ Wedding Party drug abuse films will
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marten,
at the Starke Woman'sClub
of Long Beach, Calif.,announce Beta Sigma Phi sorority; be shown
20 7:30
Nov. at
the marriage of their daughter, members are inviting the public Mr and Mrs. P.D. FancherJr. on LSD 25, and p.m. 4
: Deborah Fenae. to BD3 MichaelL. to attend their Holiday Ball, entertained at a buffet din- entitled Insightor i
t Castien,. son of Mrs. Joyce Nov. 21 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ner last Thursday night at their Insanity.The will\ be shown
films by 1
Stokes, of Brooker, and the In the newStarke National Guard home on Raiford road honoring Woman's Club I
late Edward B.Castlen,of Jack- Armory. their son Peter, and his the Junior and '
public is Invited
Gladys Mooly\ : Phone" 964.7608 f1 sonville. fiancee Miss Rita Meng, following the general
.A : The wedding took place on Johnny Jelinek orchestra will the couple's wedding re l'
I! Sorifty\ Editor October 29atMareys-Lafayett supply music for dancing. Door hearsal. Lappe-Collins
it wedding chapel in Long Beach.A prizes will be given away dur-
k reception was held at the ing the ball. Refreshments and The white linen covered buffet Engagement Told

..... f'1'"" L--_ ...# ...- -,.._-- ..- ............ home of the bride's parentson setups will be available. Dress table was centered with an
the following Sunday. for this occasion will] be semi- arrangement of blue and white Mrs. Mary Lappe announces
The bride graduated from high formal. Tickets can be pur- asters flanked by crystal can- the approaching marriage oCher
Hospital Auxiliary ,. school in Long Beach.Mr.Cas- chased from any Beta Sigma delabra with white tapers. daughter, Kathy, to Brian
t tlen graduated from Bradford Phi member. Alan Collins son of Mr. and
Plans Christmas S High School In 1966 and is now During the dinner the couple :Mrs. Fred Collins of Winter
Bazaar Dec. 5 ( ti serving in the U.S. Navy, hav- Members of the sorority helda presented gifts to their atten- Park.
ing Just returned from his sec- refreshment and decorating dants. The wedding will be an event
ond tour in Vietnam. lie will committee meeting at the new The 35 attending included the of Saturday, Nov. 21, at 4 p.m.
The Bradford County Hospital complete his term of servicein Starke National Guard Armory wedding party; the Immediate In the First Presbyterian
,Auxilliary Is planning a : J' June of 1971 after which he Wednesday, Nov. 18. families and out-of-town Chruch with a reception in the
ChrIstmas bazaar on Saturday, ) ", j' and his bride will return to Final plans were made and guests. old manse.
Dee 5, two doors East: of Koch's ..... Florida to reside. Their pre- discussed pertaining to the Mrs. Fancher was assistedin No invitations are being
on Call Street. Christmas \ sent address Is 1419 Cedar, Holiday Ball to be held by the serving by Mrs. Nancy Center mailed but all friends and relatives -
home-cooked goodies and decorations Long Beach Calif. sorority on Nov. 21. are invited to ,attend.
will be sold. i
\t the meeting :Monday night
Methodist: Fellowship Hall,
members voted to enter a

float Dec In 12.the Christmas Paradeon : e' ; .,, SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL !

The Christmas tea for the r
hospital personnel will be held ;: a Y i I
I I. ridaj, Dec. 11, from 8 a.m. to ;:
( 3 p.m. in the Conference Room
t of the hospital. ? \ SPECTACULAR
\ii\iliary members are sel- >

ling Christmas boxed Christmas wrappings cookiesand with

proceeds going toward their Kita Marie iVleng Becomes Bride

Wanda Sue DouglasIs dlac many Console projects,for Including the hospital.Mrs. a Car--. Of: Peter D. rancher In tit. Edward'sMiss \

Engaged : George; Anderson stated PEDESTAL SPECIALS!
with the acceptance of five new Rita Marie Meng daughter Miss Madonna L. Meng attended
members, the membership now of Mr. and Mrs. Francis her sister as maid of
:\11'. and Mrs. Howard C. Douglas stands at 95. W. Meng of Hampton Lake, honor. She wore a floor length
of lirookcr announce Uie During the social hour, re- became the bride of Peter D. blue velvet gown with off-white
engagement and approaching. freshments were served by the Fancher III, son of Mr. and lace on the bodice and long
marriage of their daughter/: social committee. Mrs. P.D. Fancher Jr., onFri- puff sleeves. She carried a
Wanda Sue, to Gerald; Stephen day, Nov. 13, at 7 p.m. in St. single long stem blue mum !
(Steve) Crawford, son of :\11'. 'IIIOH 1 I OX-SPEAKS( Edward's Catholic Church.Rev. with matching satin ribbons. Your $ schoice' eve
and :Mrs. Herald; Crawford of \\1.DD11\G: ) ): Father Thomas Kelly and Rev. Christopher G. Meng, bro- you

Starke. I'he wedding of :Miss Sharon Father James Cregan performed ther of the bride, was ring
The wedding will take the nuptials. bearer.
place .1.1 'Ihornton to Benjamin (Bud)
January 2 at 7:30: p.m. in the will take place at 7p.m. Mrs. Henry Greene, organ- The bride, given In marriageby
Hrooker Baptist Church, Bro- Spears Saturday, !Nov: 21, in the Em- ist, provided a program of nuptial her father, wore a white 7pieceself
oker House music. Altar boys were velvet floor length gown featuring edge
All friends and relatives arc plojec's lorldr State Prison attBae Gerald, Kevin, and Tommy a stand-up collar, long
invited to attend. ford. Meng, brothers of the bride, puffed sleeves and lace trimmed set
:Miss Douglas is working at The I bride-elect is the daughter and Joe Meng, cousin of the train. On her head she worea
ttuchholz Junior Senior High of :\11'. and :Mrs Henry F. bride. white imported lace mantilla -
School and will grudu.ite (.rum I Ihornton, of Route 2, Starke. Decorating the altar were two and carried a colonial bou-
Santa Fe Junior College in lime. I he bride-groom-elect Is the gold vases holding white pom- quet of white carnations and
:Mr. Crawford Is woikitiR. at sun of Capt. and :Mrs. B.H. poms and fern. baby breath.A .
DuPont and Is attending Santa Spears of Lake City. Mr. Fancher attended his son reception was held at the
as best man and the ushers home of the bride's
1'e Junior College. ,Ml friends and relatives of parents. y- J
were Emory Prevatt Jr. and Guests were greeted at the
invited. *
the couple are :
Bruce Jackson. door by Mrs. R. Richards and 13

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The bride's table was over-
laid with a white Irish linen 7-plece L1
cloth and centered with an arrangement '

The Last Word in Comfort ners carnations.were white At the opposite gladioli three-tiered cor-and MODERN BRONZERECTANGULAR "

bride's cake topped with a silver double pedestal table, + > +
cross, and the groom's
woodgrain plastic
cake. Presiding at, the crystal P. top.
SEIGLER'CENTRAL and silver punchbowls we reMiss .;, 36x48'extending to
Betsy Matthews and Mrs. 60". Brilliant bronz- x
Tony Trujillo Miss Phyllis
Meng cousin of the bride, and tone: double pedestals.
WALL FURNACE Mrs. R. Richards cut the High-back, wipe-clean
Ji'j'.I : bride's cake. Assisting in ser-
"" ving were Mrs. Paul Meng, vinyl covered chairs.
,", : aunt of the bride, and Mrs.
: David McCarver. Mrs. Robbie
1rtI11 Hi Shaller directed the wedding. S99 .,.

.. ; Mrs. Theron Hun tar, the
----- bride's
====- cousin, kept the bride's
-----.-.=.! book, from a table covered
'I with a white cutwork cloth and
holding a crystal bud vase
i with a blue pompom.
i Following a short wedding
trip the couple will\ reside at
3929 SW 20th Drive, Gainesville -
The bride is employed by v '
the Florida Farm Bureau Insurance d r ; CONTEMPORARY
Co. and is a studentat
Santa Fe Junior College. .:.' AVOCADO
The groom is employed by e BOW.END double
the Gainesville Police Depart- a
.-- ment and is also a student at A pedestal table, wood-
Santa Fe Junior College. grain plastic top. 36x

s a 48 extending to 60".
Shower 'e t
e. 1971's top color tone
t+ For Mrs. Johnson of Avocado carried

through trims frames

Mrs. Johnny Johnson was and matching patterns
honored at a stork shower
Tuesday night of last week givenby iirT of deep-cushioned
Mrs. Jimmy Smith of chairs.

t Blanding Street.A .
yellow and white color motif
was carried out in the party S99
decorations. The refreshment
table was centered with a Hall-

65,000 BTU --- Heats Up To mark Games stork with theme prizes centerpiece.were

6 Rooms played by the 15 guests duringthe
party hours. Guests inclu-
ded Mrs. Don Bagwell, mother
of the honoree. 7-piece #
Wall Thermostat( Keeps even tempera- The hostess presented Mrs. '

ture, Counter Flow Pulls unused heat off Johnson with a baby cradle and MEDITERRANEANBLACK
baby lamp as a memento of the
ceiling and spreads it hack evenly over" the occasion.

floors where you need it; Economical to install OCTAGON shape. -
double pedestal table.n
and. economical to operate. Birthday Party with simulated .

Rear and Side'V For Seleeta Hall wrought Iron scrolls.

Vents at Woodgrain plastic top.
36x48, extending 60".
Extra Cost. 16th birthday Saturday night witha
party given by her mother, black metals with jf r
Mrs. Jack Hall, and Mrs. B.C. matching patterned,
Holttendofr Jr. at the home of vinyl covered cathe
the latter. dral back chairs.
\ Autumn flower arrangementswere
HfO1W'H used in the party room,
and also centered the refresh
ment table. On the refreshment S99.3t.
table was an attractively decorated -
birthday cake, a gift
H 'SLADEGAS from Janice Gay.
The ]13 young folk danced anu ...
played games during the party 1t r ..


Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter of tl 5
Lake City; announce the birth of {
a son, Jay, on Nov. 16 In
332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 Alachua] General Hospital.Mat-

eranal grandparents are Mr. .v. cn st. P...... t 4-MZ7
and Mrs A.G. Loudon Jr. of Start.. Hotll. ..

PACE 2 TELKCKAI'I! NOV. 19. 1970 .

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Duplicate Bridge Mrs. Clyde B. TerwUlear
3 r.. daughter. Anne and Linda
Winners Named DeN Tlslted Callaway Gardensand

Pe i l $ Know Flynn couple Mrs.Jr.John at were Duplicate Flynn the and winning Bridge John weekend.Mr.Auburn and Mrs.Cciverslty T.L. Casey over Jr.the GET THAT

bad as Sunday visitors Mr. .
Tuesday rigbt where there were
sue tables in play. and Mrs. W.F. Moore Law-
.. Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton andMrs. tey Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP

Harry Mooty; were see- and son. Live Oak. Mr.
Betsy Matthews Woman's Club ODd; Burns andMrs. and Mrs. S.D. Andrews Wildwood -
and Mrs. DannyThompson
Moore were third;
Feted at Coffee Family Supper and Mr. and Mrs. John Mossoline and lODe Jacksonville -
fourth. and Mr. and Mrs.Charles FEELING
And Luncheon were
Well AttendedThe The club meets every Tues Moore, Lake City.;

day night at 7:30 p.m. in the
Miss Betsy Matthews bride- Starke Woman's Club met Pratt Street Recreation Cen- Rev. and Mrs. Glen Lawhon IN A 1
elect was complimented: at a at the club house Wednesday ter and Is open to all bridge' of Sopchoppy were last Wednesday -
coffee last Saturday given by afternoon Nov. 11, with Mrs. players. overnight guests of Mr.
her grandmother, Mrs. WJE. John Sanders presiding and Mrs. Fred Bennett Sr.

Middleton. and aunt", Miss A welcome was extended to II IIC
Madge Middleton. In the Pecan the following new members: Scotch Foursomeand Dr. H.G. Bellinger was In
Room of the Carden Restaurant. Mrs W.C. Wilson. Mn. O.E. Cocoa Beach last Wednesdayto BALDWINCHEVROLETBUSED
Standing In the receiving line Pearson Mrs. Johnnie Barrett Supper, Nov. 22 Friday attending the Flo-
were the honoree the two hos Mrs John Flynn Mrs L.C. rida State Chlropratlc Con
tassel Mrs. E.L. Matthews Early, Mrs. ElvaBartlett. Mrs. vention. He was accompanied
mother of the honoree.and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and Mrs. Eugene The Starke Ladles Golf Association by his son-in-law and daughter : -
Paul Meng. motherolthebride- Tanner. Mrs K.G. Duncan and will sponsor their Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart- CARL
groom-elect. Mrs. W.B. Mundy were voted as monthly mixed Scotch Four- Bell In Fern Park.
The coffee table was covered life members.On some Sunday afternoon, Nov
with a white linen cloth and Thursday night a Family 22. Play is scheduled for 1:30 Dr. A.J. Barry attended the I ICo. IJ

centered with a pyramid arrangement ( Night covered dish supper was p.m. for the nine-hole IW"DI- Pre :eptonhip meeting in )
of pink and white held at the club house. The International ment. All of the lady golfers Gainesville over the weekend.
gladioli and pompoms and lea- .' J Affairs and Home are urged to select partner>
ther leaf fern. Presiding at Life committees served as and notify the prosbop that they Mrs. A.J. Barry and daughter c
the two silver coffee services hostesses.Red will be playing. Adrienne attended a bride zfJ .-
at the ends of the table were GlennllushEitgagement dahlias,pyracantfaeaber After the nine-hole tournament al luncheon at the home of
Mrs. J.A Budd Jr. of Jacksonville ToldMr. rles and red candles: were used there will be a family Mrs. Sam Cook in Newberryon
and Mrs. Bob Fergu- In decorating for the occasion. night benefit covered dish sup Saturday honoring Miss Kathy -

son sister of the honoree.- and Mrs. W.F. Glenn The long buffet table over- per at 5 p.m. The ladles of : Barry. J
sisting were Mrs. James Barren the Golf Association will pre- )
of Starke announce the engagement laid with a white Linen cloth o On
Miss Phyllis Meng and and approaching mar was centered with a floral arrangement pare and donate the (food but Mrs. F.H. Kramer was hostess -
Mrs. Theron Hunter. In a wicker basketIn there will be a charge of $1 at a family birthday din-
riage of their daughter Bar- for adults and 50 cents for ner Sunday night honoring Mr.
The honoree was presented bara Carole to Jan Frederick the shape of a turkey. Burning -
with a piece of her chosen Tlush of Meadowbrook Pa. tapers in brass candles- children 12 years of age and Kramer on his 77th birthday

china pattern from her hos- Miss Glenn is a graduate of sticks balanced the setting.: under. their ITaDddaughterdr1enne
and Mrs.
Barry'slOth birthday
tesses as a memento of the the University of Florida receiving The speaker's table was cen-
A.J. Barry's birthday.
occasion. a B.S degree in un- tered with an exquisite arrange Local admittances to Bradford -
Seventy-five guests were invited ing. She Is a member of Sigma ment of dahlias and red County Hospital this week Mrs. ,",J. Spengler) returned
to call between the hours Theta Tau, National Professional berries. Red lighted tapers Inl Include: Mrs. Lillie Raulerson Saturday after being confined
of 10:30 and 11:30. Nursing Society and a silver candelabra completed the Milton Bell Curtis Lee. Mrs. in Alachua General Hospital for

Miss Matthews was also hon- member of the Gator Skydiver decorations.The Jacqueline Griffls George Ma- three weeks.H.B. .
ored at a luncheon Saturday Parachute Club. Miss Glenn Is small tables placed at Intervals halko, Miss Rebecca Xewham,

given by Mrs. J.A. Scanlan, presently an R..X. serving with throughout the audi Mrs. Mary Padgett. Larry L. Trescott and sons of
Mrs. A.N. Holliday and Mrs. the Army Nurse Corps stationed torium were centered with a.! Miller Glen Magyar: Eddie Macon Ga. were Saturday visitors -
O.L. Haynes Sr. at the homeof at Walter Reed Army single candle and red berries. Moss, Starke; Mrs.Nell Varnes of Col. and Mrs. V.J.
Medical Center in Washington Lex Green master of cere- and Elizabeth Hodges Lake Spengler and Mrs. Emma Bad-
the latter.
monies introduced Mrs. OUr:
Butler. William Parrish Max-
of fall flowers
were Arrangements used In the luncheon room DC.Mr.. Tlush Is the son of Mr. White vice-president of tha ville; n. Dell Kyle and John m ,
for the occasion. A focal point and Mrs. A. Tlush Meadow-- Club, who welcomed theguests. Kuykendall. Keystone Heights; Clyde Hersey is a patientIn
was a bridal arrangement on brook, Pa. and attended Trinidad :Mr. Green then presented Mr. Willie Griffls. Lawtey. the W.T. Edwards State Hospital ,
table featur- State College in Colorado William George music directorof Abe Bessent has been trans- In Tampa.
the dining room
two bride dolls that were prior to joining the U.S. Navy the First Baptist Church, ferred from Bradford County
ing bridal for Mrs. He Is also a member of the who had charge of the program. Hospital to the Gainesville VA Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Williamsof
used at a party
Parachute Several numbers were sung by Saturday
Patuxent Navy Club Hospital.Mr. Jacksonville were
Sr. In 1914.
tables were Mr. Tlush Is currently stationed the young people's choir. Tom visitors of Mr. and Mrs. One
The four dining
covered with lace cloths and at Ke avlk. Iceland. King director of music of the and Mrs. L.A. TaylorJr. Wiggins and attended the funeral -
centered with white candles decorated The wedding will be a Christ First United Methodist Church and family of Jacksonville of Mrs. Ida Wiggins In
with lllies-of-the-val- Episcopal Church Bradenton, sang two solos one being the spent the weekend with Mr. Hampton.Mr. .
and white doves at the at 2:30 on Dec. 5. club Collect which had been and Mrs. Merritt Williams.
ley tiny set to music by O.L. Jarvis and Mrs. M.A. BaldwinJr.
base of each. a former minister of musicof Lt. and Mrs. James T. Mc- attended the Florida Automobile I.
The a honoree carving was set from presentedwith her Little Women the Baptist Church. Mahon and family of Jackson- Dealers Association CHEVROLET CHEVROLET
Following( group singing. ville were weekend guests of convention in Hollywood from '
hostesses as a remembranceof Fashion Show "God Bless America" was Mr. and Mrs. William S. Glo- Sunday to Thursday.Mr. 66 % Ton Truck 1967 i/2 Ton, V-8
Corsages were
the occasion. Set For Nov. 24 sung. Boy Scouts, Tim Crews ver. V-8 Engine Radio 19682 Ton 6
also given to the honoree her and Glen Mulllna held the and Mrs. J.M. EdwardsSr. Engine, Long W. ,

mother:Mrs. Paul, Mrs.Meng.E.L. mother Matthews.of American Flag during the sing- Carl Sapp Is a patient In spent the weekend at Hone Lone W. B. B., New Yellow Cyl., Long W. B.
The Little Women's Club Is Riverside Hospital. Shoe.
the bridegroom-elect. Mrs. having a fashion show Tues- ing.Mr.. Cruz Romero, Spanish Body Paint70FAIRLAHE Blue
of Toledo,
Lawrence Meng -
and Mrs. W.E. :Middleton.Mrs. day Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. In the teacher at BUS was guest Mr. and Mrs.Lowell Mathewsof Mrs. Margie Andreu and son
club house. speaker comparing home life Folkston Ga. were last visited her uncle and aunt Mr.
The show Is open to the public In Cuba with that of America. Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Hood In 69 CHEVYNova 69 FAIRLAMEr
John E. Greene of Jacksonville ; tickets students SOC a- Approximately' 115' persons') at- and Mrs. Garl Mathews.,' Palatka over the weekend. ,

was a Sunday visitorof dults 75C. tended. 2 Door Hard Top :
Mr. and :Mrs. John Greene. Mrs. Ruby Britt and son.. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal were 2 Door Hard Top
Ray of Ocala spent the first In Fort Myers over the week- 4 Door Se- Coupe V-8 Au- Coupe, V-8 ps.
of the week with Mrs. T.D. end visiting Mr. and Mrs. David dan Clean New ,
as R&H. Air Cond.
Dyal. Dyal. tomatic, R&H
and Air Cond. Clean As New
Mrs. Vergie Flynn was visiting Mrs. JL. Bradley spent the 2300 Miles.
Mrs. Bessie Faxon and weekend In Jacksonville with
daughter. Donna In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Warren
over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. V.H. Appleby, 68 CUTLASS 67 DODGE
and Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Wa-

have and guests Mrs.this Wlllard week Wynn Mr. ters.Mr. 4 Door, V-8, AT, 4 Door Hard Top Cornell Full

and Ms. Nlran Wynn of Daytona and Mrs. L.C. Worthof Red. PS. PB R& 500
Beach. Sterling HI. are guests this PS, PB, Air Con- Power and Air
week of Mr. and Mrs. Lester H, Air Cond.
dition CLEAN
Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs. Crews. Cond., Clean
Thelma Dean of Fairfield were
ave weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Blanche McCubbin of ,

J.G. Caldwell. Miami Mrs. Gladys is visiting Weldon.her sister, 69 MUSTANGCoupe 68' MUSTANG 67' CHEVYImpala

Attending the Florida-Ken-
tucky game In Tampa on Saturday -' Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper Clean Light Green Color
were Dr. and Mrs. T.G. visited Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Wagon,
Bitch, Mr. and Mrs. George Kearns in Jacksonville on Sun- Like New Solid 289 V-8, 3
Flynn Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Clean. PS, V-8, AT, R&
Spd. Very
Seymour Mr. and Mrs R.O. day.Mr. Red. H, Special Price.
Dansby and Mr. and Mrs. p.T.Nolin. and Mrs. Harold Bran-
ham returned last Friday after -
a week's vacation. They 66 CHEVY 66 V. W
Mrs. F.J. Shaw returned last attended the Grand Ole Opry
Term and visit-
in Nashville
Thursday from two weeks visit ed Mr. Branham'a grandparents Impala 4 Door
with her brother-in-law and Beatle Sedan, ,
In West Virginia. 6 AT
Wagon Cyl.
Mr. and Mrs Charles ,
sister One HT, PS, PB, Air
!in Atlanta. ,
W. Just Like New
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Cond.
Very Clean
Brown were !in Ocala over the Clean
Mrs. Gene Shaw and daughter One Owner.
weekend visiting Mr.and Mrs. Car.
Mrs. J.R. Walnwrlght, and
L.M. Stoner.
Mrs. F.J. Shaw were !in Tal- '

C lahassee Monday to Wednesdayto Rex Brown of York Pa., son 68' BUICK 70 PLY. '
attend the swearing in of 68 PLY.
of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
members of the Legisla
new Road Runner
Brown is in Argentina this ,
ture. Rep. Shaw was sworn
In as speaker pro-tern. week on business. Special, 2 Door Low 'Mileage,
Fury HI 4 Door
Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Patrick Coupe, Air Cond. Factory Warranty. -
and family of West Florida Our water pump PS. PB. Air
PS R&H Clean.
spent the weekend with her Cond. New Tires.
mother, Mrs. Gladys Weldon. service is asdependable nruw
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Our-of-town guests at the as We Are Now Taking Orders On New 1971

Meng-Fancher: wedding Friday .
night were Mrs.Lawrence Meng Chevrolets And Oldsmobiles.
of Toledo, OhIo W.E. Fancherof 1) So Hurry On
Birmingham Ala., Mrs.
Charles Cloversettle and son Down And Lets Get Yours Ordered "NOW"SALES
of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Og- pll 1 .
den Bates of Jacksonville, Mr.
and Mn. J.C. Wallace of Keystone OV 3

Heights. 8y./ ;. lAN

out ctt every do11ar

Mrs. Charles Eakins and son) '
of Crystal River spent Tuesday We keep watch on the Jim Lawson Walter Alvarez Eston Jordan

and watch your money with Mrs. Bobby Crawford. Goulds pumps we sell

and Install. K your pump

with THE BRADFORD needs parts or service, it

grow us. COUNTY TELEGRAPH will be readily available

Published every 'Thrwl from us.
at 131 W. Call Street
Mon., Thura.-- a.m. to S p.m. SUrte. Florida 32MI

Friday: 9 a.m. to 5)0 p.m. SEE IT TODAY AT

Closed Saturday Second class postage laid
al' Starke Florida

-r' .& Supply 'T.. e. 301 Honk PIsoN 961 'ltld0STARKE

4AM.& la trade real: W.M per 141 N. TUT**. 96J-7061 FLORIDA"Sooner
.... year; $ .7S sly
.N_ : 1HI- .. LL Outside trade area: KMer
*rfo HouM.C/Swing r" __..
year j S.M six month OUR SERVICE IS CERTAIN or Later Your Favorite Dealer"NOV.


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ArI More people like white meat. that's

why more people buy W-D Broad HAMPTON i

Breasted Turkeys. Especially developed -

>By grit D. X. Bin
to give more white meat. Get extra _
fl ssn-srsjssrrSSS.,

white meat extra DECEMBER 15 ELECTION

moistness, extra flavor. Hampton Mayor Wlllard Thomas -

Get W-D Broad Breasted #' Tuesday.proclaimed Dec. 15, for an residentsof election

the city; of Hampton to decide
Turkeys always grade 4 whether to give up the I

city; charter or not.
i A government inspected r Hanging fire since petitionswere
circulated: asking for an j
always your best buy. election the Issue was decided -
i 2Ip9. by the city; council at
) --.. their November 10 meeting.Although I "

..,?,nrM.wranaw., ;, 'r''v ( Fnm R''' .n d valid names on the petitions
.I..I.AL did not come up to the
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.: :id rt required one-third of the Dumber -
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I" I "v. > ,z. of registered voters the
t{ E O'ViR: i" '.i ." council felt going ahead with

.... w-!. ()A BREASTEDmU.RKE V r the election may "clear the
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N For the charter to be surrendered {
.'It would take two-
f" thirds of the votes cast. City"
residents (who have been liv
hag In the city\ for six monthsor
more as well as at least
PRICES GOOD THUR., NOV. 19 WED. NOV. 25 one ;year In the state, and are
over age 21) may register to
vote. If they are not already
I W.D BRAND YOUNG Bit AD registered until Tuesday. Dec.

8. Registration books will be
BEEF at Bruno's Grocery until then
TURKEYSGRADE In other business the Council -
voted to order material
/ >z for street repairs mostly MIn -
cement for potholes in the
paved streets.Mercury .
J. I'AII vapor street lights
694d5 installed several months ago
QUICKFROZEN along the main street have
I proved successful the council
agreed and voted to have other
city; street lights replaced with
this type.;
F .. 10.14 LBS. All councilmen and city\ officials
E-Z CARVE were present for the

/ 5 .39c $ PERSONAL.meeting. .

Mrs. Wes "r.leck was taken
SAVE 34c
LB. ww 17 LBS. to the University; Medical
I Center Wednesday of lastweek.
PKG. after she broke her hip in a
fall at their farm home near

wT LB. Hampton.Wes .
Griffin underwent surgery -
at Alachua General Hospital
end on his hip which he Injured -

Hams 59c Pork Chops 69SAVE yTurkeylimit 49c while at work Friday.
LB Mrs. Juanita Melton and Mrs.
Lois Brown were both able to
return home from Bradford l
County\ Hospital In Starke this
24 .. FOLGERS All GRINDS week.
GRADE "A" < _
Limit On.Coffee Your Cholc.w/$7.50/ or more purchaie Excluding Clga( ,.".. OM /7.SO or More Purthai*Inc.Clgt Mrs. Foster Hayes was takento
SAVE 24c. PILLSBURY PLAIN SELF-RISINO Alachua General Hospitalin
. Flour 5 BAG 39c Gainesville last week fog
Breast LI.79c .. . . treatment.
SAVE 24c. ASTOR All GRINDS Richard Keys is receivingtreatment
limit On.Coffee Your Choice W/S7.SO/ or more purchaie Excluding Cigarette THRIFTY MAID SWEET

Coffee CAN' 69CSAVE7c. 4 sail: 2 at the for Veterans'an injured Hospital ankle -
Thighs . .. 49C . . .. ." .n in Gainesville. .

; OCEAN SPRAYCranberry SAVE!!20c. t ASTOR.limit On.w/$7.50 or more1purchai i *exclud.CipurNtp$ + Corby; Broome, ;young son of r
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. .

Drumsticks -: 39C Sauce. 'CAN o 22C Shortening 3 CAN 49C ical has been Center in the In University Gainesville; Med for ,

SAVE 7c. THRIFTY MAIDCranberry FESTIVAL treatment.Mrs. .

Wings. . 39C Sauce -:. 18CQuantity Fruit Cake . a tr $) 09 Pauline 1>> Disney motherof
Mrs. Phil Studer is In Ala-
chua General Hospital for treat..
Rights fteierved ment of a broken hip suffered
WINN own! IOH>. -COPrmOMf-1.70
in a fall at her home.

w d'IE9Y1111i{ A1 Mrs. H.W. Prlester and Miss

LISUEURTINY THRIfTY MAID 511. Oil HALVES Marilyn .Waters of Ft. Pierce
were weekend visitors here with
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns.
Mrs. Ethel Tidwell celebrated

E v her 80th birthday Sunday,

Limit 5 with 17.30 or more purchax excluding clgor.en Nov. 15.Leon.
Williams is In Brad.
4 Cam w/$7/ .50 or mar purchase eluding Cigarettes
ford County; Hospital for treatment

Stanley Thomas is scheduledto
SAVE 66c enter Bradford County; Hos-
t pital this week for treatment.

34c r x S.., Glenn Thomas killed a four-
\ point buck on a hunting tripto
Camp Blanding Sunday. Also -
hunting at Blanding over
the weekend were Gerald Thomas -
J C while on a week's vacation
and Wlllard Thomas.
S'. .
4 S 29-oz. PKGS. Those from out-of-town attending

16-oz. CANS Mrs. Ida Wiggins' funeral -
CANS (QTRS.) Saturday Included Mrs.

Jean Thompson and Mrs. Eve
Menefee Mr. and Mrs. F.E.

taar I ,, _. Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. Wes.
ley Morgan Mrs. Lowell Shaw
x1j ... ; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kllcrease,

\Jiny Peas 5 't:1 00 Bread 4 LOAVES 2a 88c 4 CAN=. $100GOLDEN Jimmy F.L.McQuerry Ruff Wiggins, and Mr. and Mr.of Mrs.and Jackson-Mrs.C.W.

ville; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Hodges, Mrs. Inez Morrison,
RIPE Mrs. Bernice Brown Mrs. Eloise -

Shortcake . S99 Pole Beans . LI.23c BANANASLB. and Mr. and Mrs. James Hodg
es of Macclenny; and Mr. and
Doug Davis and family of

Pumpkin Pie 3 %';r; $100MIGHTY Apples . 5 BAG 59c the Daytona relatives Beach.and Thirty-two friends gathered of


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Rolls! 10 standard cab 114 wheal
10EARS . 3 FOR $100 Celery STALI(23c bnaa. Cub to txlo inch dlmenilnnt
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.., .'- '.', .. .......' ..... '" ...... and chance after Johns missed'
on strong in the sec- the orange fart defense on: Johns hit Tim Murphey; on a ..1tij \, the kick. On the second try the

on half Tornado grldders ran most every play.> 14 ;yarder at the left sideline. '

43-13 past Orange Park in their BHS led 7-0 after a 5-yard .Johns got the first down on a i BHSqw Charles rbrbackpassedtotlghtend Wright for a two
final home stand of the 1970 three-yard quarterback sneak. ,
all the
scoring drive on ground, point conversion and BItS led
season Friday night. with QB Dean Johns running
Orange Park spread out then 237.
The third win of the season
for the Tornadoes left end on a five yard scoring expecting; the pass with less than ; Q
came on :
: ,
play with 1:43 left In first per a minute to ButJohna fooled ....i ;, ; Just over four minutes later
Friday, the 13th, which didn't go. .,. .
iod. He also added the point
seem to bother the Tornadoesat the Raiders when Henry broke ,I"/ ',..1.' the Tornadoes had their fourth
after. through the scattered defense 'e touchdown, this time with Mala-
all. Leading 15-7 at the half, !
the Tornadoes( of Coach Hurse Johns, on the keeper around on the draw play and ran 43 chi Henry carrying the maIL
the end and fullback Brad Car- for the Tornadoes' round at his 45 Johns
Taking over
yards ,
put 14 points on the board in : ,I
each (of the final two periodsof ter, going off-tackle on either TD. BHS fumbled the snap from passed 21 yards to Alvarez
play. side, carried the mail Johns center on the extra point, but 4 : : down the tight sidelines. Witha
Quarterback Dean Johns and ran 18 yards and Carter 12 on Johns picked up the loose pigskin % first down at the Raiders

running back Malachi Henry the BHS drive.controlled the ball In and passed to Brad Carter fl 35J; Henry hit three straight
each ran for two touchdownsas first and Orange Parkin In the end zone for two times over his right side. He
period point conversion on a broken first down,
the Tornadoes rushed for the second. The Raiders got five yards on
316 yards, their high of the tied the game briefly 7-7.when' play. It gave the Big Red a ,,,q, then ran a dive play; for 26
season. Henry scored on a 43- 15-7 halftime lead. is the BHS line openeda
t th tr
Robert Hawkins to
yarddraw play and captain Jim quarterback The BItS defense got possession hole let WOT get: pasi,
threw five yards up the middle of the ball from Orange! :i., Johns to
my Alvarez on a 59-yard dive scrimmage. gave
into the end zone to slot back
that broke right. It was the first Mike Alvers. Big end Steve Park on the third play of the Henry again for the score from

two big running plays of the Murphy kicked the extra point.Murphy second half. Jimmy Alvarez ''C ( four, yards out. Johns' extra
tackled OP's Kim Bridge and
,. blocked and
season for BHS. t: point was partially
tall 6-3 end, set up
Johns also completed five of pulled the pigskin from Bridge went wide, but the Tornadoes
the TD by snagging a 32 yard
10 passes for 129 yards. Tim after he had made first down Increased their lead to 29-7.
from Hawkins on a great
Murphey, usually on the receiving pass over-the-head catch. Brad- yardage. Struggling all the way; ,Orange
end, threw 30 yards to ford's Jimmy Alvarez hauler Park made one first down when
Marty; Meng for the only score Marching 52 yards In eight! '" Hawkins, the sophomore Quarterback -
Three "
him down on the 10. running { ""
: .
passing. Murphey also caught plays the Tornadoes scored Iltt :; ,.. ,, / I-i' hit the tall Steve Mur-
plays netted Orange Park .' ,, ,J ,'
three passes for 39 yards while Hawkins' ,their third touchdown with 7:24: ,"..,,",,,"",,.",, .. '. '.4. phy on a 34 yard pass up the
but '
five ,
Alvarez caught three for 7! yards, left T the third period Malachi ""'"' !J < i ,' ., ,' 7'; middle. Murphy\ strained so to
hit ,;
fourth down paydirt ;
yards. with 1:18 left pass in the first half. Henry had runs of 7, 17, and 3 ,., ,{rff: : : .,,.... "...... .,.'., '. ,' : ,;... catch up with the long pass tJta1he
the Tor : :yards on the drive and QB .. ,...",.}';... '" ,,''J whlcl
Henry was leading : ",.!""' J/t"f! ,,\ I : 1" ... fell down catching,
nado rusher with 109 yards, Coming out passing In an Johns completed passes of 19 :, .},. ,...... ,'':.. .r.1.r., ""'t.T', '''"'';z, 0.:'..;IiI.\ ,.If.,,,),,,:,; ,.". \.', .;. i'' './; ,. ,, !II probably prevented a thin
the second straight week a Tor- attempt to get a quick goaheadTD yards to Murphey and 13 yardsto f"i.",. < if..Jj.Ii; :\ ?" "i." ;. ,,{'.:'..; !;/1'1t'! fl/'if/ .f. 0,, ;" : : ; Orange Park TD since the big
nado back has broken the 100- before the half, quarter Alvarez before running the, w .. .::>> ,' :." .It' '.' end had outdistanced the Tor-
yard barrier In 14 tries. back Dean Johns three straight final eight yards on the keeperfor r ',.''''!!I' : :. : : ::2E : nado secondary.
The Tornado offensive line times. He completed a 30yarder his second score of the ,, LE. :: : > : : : But two more running plays
of Len Register, Danny Jack- to Alvarez but the play was game. ., ,: ; : .. netted only two yards againstthe
son, Gary Melvin, Gene Har- nullified by a BHS Illegal pro- Orange Park was penalized: BItS line and two more
ris, Bob Dyal, and Charles cedure penally.; The bomb to for a personal) foul on the extra passes fell Incomplete and the
touchdown Both Alvarez and Hen-
With a timely block from Jimmy Alvarez, yard run.
Wright opened holes through Alvarez fell Incomplete, Raiders were again forced to
Malachi Henry is sprung clear for his 43- ry had good night running against Orange glvetip the football.

Park Clean red Jersey's swarmedonto

fijin-- the field In the third per-

iod and Tim Murphey, usuallya ;
wide receiver but also the

back-up Tornado quarterback! ,
began calling the signals Mur-

phey promptly directed a 57

H yard scoring drive, throwingthe
nil final 30 yards to Marty;
: Meng. The little receiver caughtthe
I. ball Inside the 10, avoidedtwo
e p I
Orange Park tacklers with
I mincing steps and romped in for
THIS MONEYSAVING 'T- the score. Johns came back to
Open Mon thru. Thurs
kick the extra point and BHS
SALE day 9 to 6 P.M. led 36-7 with 8:37: left in the

FOR 3 DAYS! Fri, Sat. 9 to 7 P.M. final The period.Tornado subs again

stopped Orange Park withouta
Open Sunday afternoons
first down and Hawkins punted
S 26 yards to the BHS 41. On first
down Jimmy Alvarez hit his

right tackle, was tripped and

['] [ 4r' ered almost his went balance down, ,hit but for recov-the

Ai1Ij ; 1 ; ngi sideline to outdistance Raider

linebackers, then was gone down
I IIIj the ,a 59 yard TD
: sideline
:1jp Ir'' s .iiiJirLJiiv run, of the season.
'' LADIES BONDED Sophomore Stanley Crawford

) : ... came; on and kicked the extra
( ( : ; I point, putting BHS 43-7 up with
2-PIECE 7:07 left in the game.

i .Orange Park. finally got pos-
session of the football once
again with 1:30: after a BHS

: # PANT SUIT punter fumbled the snap at
the Starke 30.
Three running' plays nettedone

first down to the 19, then
t al BHS was penalized for a per-
s $ 99
c sonal foul, moving the ball to
10 the BHS 15 yard line, since

i only the penalty; was made from tin
I point of the Infraction.

Hawkins missed on two passes -
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acetate gives comfort fit. Several Prosuch, but then went to Kim
1 smart styles with tunic or Bridges for a 15 yard scoring
r vest tops, novelty trims. Fashion pass. BHS stopped the two point

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7 SPEED our reg. $10.90 BHS 1 1) D. Johns, 5-yd. run;

SHIRTS EP- Johns kick good; 2) Henry,
t; WARINGBLENDER 1r" 43-yd. run; EP pass to Carter .
/ nj.\ patent ; 3) Johns 8-yd. run; EP.
with smart strap t &
: pass to Wright; 4) Henry, 4-
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2 5 side zipper. 5-10 Meng, 30-yd. pass from Mur

for : phey; EP Johns kick good;
i .-. : 6) Alvarez, 59-yd run EP-
i. $1793Si. Crawford kick good.
Our regular $2.99 nylon-cotton Orange Park 1) Alvers, 5-
A PAK II flannels In colorful plaids. 2 pock +.". yd. pass from Hawkins EP-
: i.. A,for.v.ry blinding! $ ets long tails, S-XL Pick up two ':I Murphy kick good; 2) Bridge;
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\a SA All participants of the Small
EpRSLtiEpW Fry and Bantam Flag Football
t $8 84 > $373 program will climax the sea-

son with a hamburger fry at
coaD the old armory beginning at
Ouillly'that'.won't I Winn' Watch tho. corn POD through MENS So. 66 3 p.m. Sa rda.v. Nov. 21.
.. .. .....
\-r.w--, rust larnlah Soviet in.h.l.proof gl. Following the hamburger
I In chat of 2 patl.rns. /fr.ah. popcorn,, 'In irMnulaal' I or BOYSTHERMAL o.\ fry
.' trophies and awards will
,,, .tit be presented. Also on the pro-
GENERAL ELECTRIC $1.99 gram is the showing of a film
28 PC. PUNCH 9y s of the 1969 Miss vs LSU foot-

SWIVELVACUMN GOWNx ball game. This was a very
'I UNDERWEAR : a exciting with
.g O game the final
BOWL SET ,r, h J tJS\ that \isQ score being 26-23.
-- A 1lantwtads" no Highlight of the afternoon willcome
I I I II. 0 0 r.e 5a"loI1e d 1e and ofof'O with the showing of film
J Ftne ..'\.. of the Bantam and Small
I.// $037 86 Tops orbottoms$1 D 9 \the W9\eCe\ :: Pala\s\ore bids\ players in action. These film

28 + ;, ppningi\"c tepdn are real "lulules" and the kids

I i 1 1 t' gown Jill get a big kick from them.
f Q J 0 Topping off the afternoon
of fun
l i Sellnclude.t IViqt bowl Powerful and.a.y to.hindi.... ankhth,1//y will be the double
1 A 12.Sot Cup. " vacuum cOl'/lPle"wild, >1aruKhnuintt >, header flag Houdiysl, .(uiNInO .. cotton shrlnkag controlled, Boys games that evening with the
* '4; M.ns S.X. ''' F-\ CHARGE IT : small fry teams scheduled
u 7 pun. and the Bantam ame

for 8:30: pjn.Tornadoes .


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BUS ImprovedAgainst I I, Runners 2nd In District \ 1 11j

An effort Satur- Senior Captain Buddy Pater- .earn. Palatka South,would have
than the first three finishers for the state
been eligible
day by the Bradford High cross son was seventh In 15:38. Both In Class AA. .
RaidersThe country team has earned thema runners were named to the The race was paced by Rick challenge our young
berth In the state champion- all-regional first team. Golden Palatka South's strongman
boys conquered was tremendous -
ship meet this Saturday Nov. Sophomore Jimmy Lowerywas
In the record time of 14:31. Coach Loper of
21, at Imeson Airport In Jack- 10th In 15:58 and fresh- Orange Park's strong Juniorsand says
all good performance.But his charges.
slowly Improving 1970 with sonville. man Sylvester Lott was 11th
came Jackson's seniors as expected were "
he singled out "A real outstanding effort
3radford High football team 19 tackles and 4 assists by defensive Job as the "best defensive Placing Its young trackmen In 16:00. Both war e named too strong for the other teamsIn The coach continued. "1
played better ball 5th, 7th, 10th llth. and 22nd to the all-regional second team.
against Orange far the top performance of ball turned In BUS' division and won the couldn't be prouder, at this
Park than had been game Tornado harriers fin shed in Freshman Mark Hodges finished
they defensive
any player. meet. Palatka South was third
by of our line this year. point of their doing what they
playing Head Coach for any second place with 22nd la 17:08 over the
says David Jackson also was praised Linebacker Gary Melvin and 55 points with 59 points Pensacola Cath- knew they had to go to place
Hurse. several hard licks he gave OP defensive tackle Len Registerwere behind strong Orange Park with 1/2-mlle course to round olic was fourth with 70 points first second." I
Timing of the Tornado backfield ball carriers at the line of also singled out for praiseby 34 points. In the District Cross out Bradford High's point ma- Bolles with 154 points was fifth Added or pressure was placedon

was "extremely good" scrimmage. Coach Sexton.Offensively County; Championships last Saturday kers. Green Cove Springs was sixth the race with Live Oak didn't ,
Hurse commented Monday. The Hurse noted that of In Jacksonville at the Freshman Gerald Griffls was
some the Tornado line with 162 points and Live Oak show and that meant onl (
head BHS footballer also laud- the hardest bitting of the sea- The Imeslon Airport track. 23rd in 17:17 and junior Holland was placed seventh when the up ;
improved Its pass blocking. two teams could go to the state ,
ed the team's passing game. son went on In the OP game. line gave quarterback Dean Corbitt was 31st In 18:44.It team did not show and for- meet competition. I
Though the Tornadoes didn't Tackle Len Register made sev- Sophomore Richard Fill led was an outstanding race feited the meet. Sat-
Johns more time to throw. The state championships
throw as much as they have eral licks In the line that stood Again Coach Sexton singledout ..; BUS runners with a fifth place according to BHS Coach George Had Live Oak run In the urday on the same track will t\:
been In their 43-13 romp over out in game films. Melvin and Register for s finish In 15:23 over the extremely Loper. The first three finishers district meet the third placeson really be exciting, Loper says.
OP the passing of Dean Johns But the hit of the week award steady performances. He also rough airport course In Class A had better times His team Is eagerly perparing
looked sharp as did the receiving went to back Jimmy Alvarez of "
praised performance tight r for the "big one he says
and patterns of llm who threw a tremendous blockto end Charles Wright. Althoughthe ANDREWS DRUGS SPOILS the win more than KFC. An- was the most successfulIn Orange Park will be one y J

Murphey Jimmy Alvarez make Marty Mengs's touch- Tornadoes ran with a tight KFC'S BID UNDEFEATEIT drews needed the win to grab a number of ways and cer- the favorites In the state com
Wayne Testone, and MalachI down possible. Alvarez's block end less than In previous games .," J SEASON IN FINAL second place In the standingsfor tainly was an Interesting one petition. A number of the
Henry. tossed an Orange Park receiver Wright "did an excellent Job of LEAGUE GAME had they lost they would according to Rec. Dlr. Gene strongest teams will be coming
Henry and Alvarez had goodnights Into the air and left him blocking" when he was In the Veteran receiver Tim Mur- have tied for second and a play Rayburn. The boys showed a from the Miami area schools. I

running the football flat on his back. Coach Hurse game Sexton said. phey hauls In another pass. Andrew's Drugs accom- off would only have preservedtheir tremendous amount of progress Had Live Oak been able to run

Nurse pointed out as the Tor- said. Substitute guard David Mc- He's been outstanding for BUS plished something Wednesday, undefeated status. both In skills and In a knowledge In the district here and Palatka I
nadoes racked up over300 yards The Tornado defensive se- Cutchen also used excellent this season, Coach David Hurse Nov. 11 that no other team was Andrews controlled the ball of football as Includedby South been able, therefore to

on the ground. He noted that condaryWayne Testone Alvarez blocking" when he was In the says. able to do In 11 games. Hang most of the game but was the following statistics Interesting compete In the state meet. It
Dean Johns had another good Murphey and Henry game Sexton said. defeat on the league championKFC. unable to score until three min- : would have given North Florida
night his second in a row was credited with a good Job Substitute guard David Mc- utes before the first half ended. Leading Individual scorers: schools a better chance tabreakup

although he didn't play too much containing OPs passing attack, Cutchen also used excellen 2 Tornado This was not KFC's day as The score came on a pass from Jefferey Norman with 13 touch- South Florida's dominance
the second half. the Raider most potent offensive blocking technique and carried they were unable to get things Jefferey Norman to David Harley downs and three extra points Coach Loper says.
Big Danny Jackson played weapon. out his assignments well when going and barely avoided being and Andrews enjoyed a 6-0 for a total of 84 led all scores: One BHS bus with the team
middle guard for the first time Defensive Line Coach Mike he replaced Bob Dyal at weak On held scoreless for the first lead at half time. Doug Reddish had 76: Clay Gil- and helpers will leave for [meson -
this season since the Torna- Sexton: says the Tornado defensive side guard. Coach Sexton said. Cagers time. As it was the six point Late In the third period An- hooly 52; Alex Cardenas 49; Airport from the Tornado

does returned to their 5-4 de- line turned In an over- Jackson led BHS in tackling KFC did manage was theta drews Increased their lead 12- and Stu Rayburn 48. field house at 7:30 a.m. Saturday -

19 tackles and 4 assists. Second SJRJC '5' smallest point production of the 0 as J. Norman passed to In team scoring KFC amasseda The meet is free and any-
top tackler was Charles year and was well below their Ricky Norman on a beautifully total of 207 points for a per one wishing to go and cheer BHS
NATIONAL MANUFACTURER & LOCAL BUILDER Wright at his defensive end per game average. executed pass) play that covered game average of 17; Andrewshad on Is asked to contack Cokch

NEEDS IMMEDIATELYTWO post with 5 tackles and 8 as- The game was a case of 30 yards. KFC voided a shutout 142 and a per same average Loper by Friday afternoon.The
RESIDENTIAL LOCATIONS FOR sists. Jimmy Alvarez had 5 Two freshmen from Starke Andrews needing and wanting i when with only three minutes of 12 points. Defensively. KFC coach promises a "really tine
tackles from his deep spot in are among the 12 varsity basketball remaining In the game Eddie allowed their opponents 100 meet" and says nearly half the

DEMONSTRATION SWIMMING POOLS the defensive secondary, line- players hitting the hardboards REGISTRAT1OI> Dyal broke loose on a 40-yard points for a per game average Imeson Airport course Is visi-
backer Joey Branson had 3 tack- at St. Johns River Jun- BASKETBALL{ gallop. Andrews then ran the of only eight. ble from the finish area.

les and 3 assists, and tackle ior College. BEGINS FOR BOYS clock out for the 12-6 win. The Final Standings; KFC 9-1-2; Bradford's record to date Is

Gene Harris had tackles and David McKnight and Mark AGES 8 THROUGH 13 game really was not as closeas Andrews 6-4-2; First Federal: 17 wins 7 losses and one tie.
1 assist. Levy Lennon Gary the score would Indicate. 5-5-2; Community; Bank 0-1-2.
both star
Graudons playersfor
With the advent of cold wea.
I., Melvin and Testone each Defensevely KFC had difficulty r
.. the past three years at then the Recreation Depart- - -
had 3 tackles and 1 assist. ; stopping the passing and
Bradford High School are now
u ment stores away the fair weather
Lennon received three stars members of the SJRJV Viking and outdoor activities an running Of Norman and offensively -

1., for his performance. The sophomore team that opens its season at turns it's attention to indoo they just never go)

'r \ Just up from the JV Broward Junior College tomor- games. untracked today. WIN .
'' \ --- squad tackled the OP quar- night (Friday, Nov. 20)).
'' t With this thought In mind the
terback with the ball twice and First Federal 14
\ The 1970-71 edition of ttvj
< < Rec. Dept. announces regis
Bank 12
"""Io.a; ..,;: recovered a fumble Viking basket ball team has Community; TURKEY
..... ; tration to participate In tht The second game saw First
do" five lettermen, all
oft) ./- returning recreation basketball program Federal who finished In third
,. -" nt. BADCOCK FURNITURE standouts from last season.Re- begins Monday, Nov. 23, at the wlnless Community
place taking on -
ONLY UNDEFEATED TEAMIN turnees are Nuel Mungln (Savannah Pratt St. Recreation Center.
WILL MEN'S FLAG PLAY Ga.), Anthony Hill(Her- Bank. SHOOT
BUILD AT COST- Two league or age classifications The Bankers made a deter-
nando County; ), Guy Tunnell(Orlando will be provided for: H
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN AMERICA'S FINEST Westmoreland mined effort on their final gameto
) David
Badcock Furniture remains Small Fry ages 8, 9 and 10 4
SWIMMING POOL AT A GREAT SAVING) undefeated in Men's flag foot- (Melrose), and Tony Fields years old; Bantam ages 11, but at It Just least was record not to one be.victory

ball action after three games.In (Jacksonville.) 12 and 13 years.Archers.
The first half was a score
CALL 813-6884610::
I games played Wednes- The team's seven new play- less duel but Community; Bank I
day. Nov. 11. Badcock romped ers are McKnight and Grau- did pose one serious threat. SATURDAY NOV. 21 .
over Sears Roebuck 59-14.Bad- dons both from Starke; Ter- Nail The bankers had a first and ,

cock led at the half 330. ry McCool, Hastings; Fred goal situation at the nine yard

Marcus Rhoden was the big Ricks Jacksonville; Cleveland 26 Deer InBlanding line but four plays later First
NORTH FLORIDA COUNTRY point getter for the winnersas Kinney Green Cove Springs; Federal took over on downs 10 A.M. 5:00 P.M.

he scored four touchdowns. Bob Filer Live Oak and Bill and this was the key'to the

MUSIC'ANNIVERSARY SHOW Sears Roebuck got their 14 Kline Ohio. HuntThe ball game. Had the bankers ,. ,
; points In the second half at "I'm with our new
4 Impressed been able to push It over they
Lloyd Gilpin passed to John- players," says Coach Clifford would have been the winners. 4 Miles North Of Starke

ny Griffls. The second TD came McGriff. "They have given us 1970 edition of the Camp .The second half saw 26 points ... ..
Union School __ .. ,
County High Fred Archery Hunt ended f nn. H "
on a five yard run by Blanding
i .. the balance in speed and shoot- s scored; 14 bythewlnnersand.12b .
7'' .' "" Wheeler. Ing we had to havto,,.and. 'm_ one-half hour" after,jwns.:on '"$ tt$".,1oseT.BUstFederal'went ', '. II i. ,"''QI ?i st2Sidt.Of'U.S.() :301 r
of 26
Second of the night wasa "November. with a total
Sat. Nov. 21 8:00 PM. game ,
out In front 8-0
,, looking forward to a good sea- as Clay .,
the being during the
real surprise as Indepen- deer bagged Gilhooly raced 25 yards for h
dents breezed by B & T Auto son. deer season.
FEATURING The Blue and White aggrega- any-sex the TD and Kevin Tillman added -
Shop 40-19. The Independents Frank H. Smith Northeast
the two point conversion.
tion already has two practice
early Willie Wildlife Biologist for TRAPSHOOTING
got rolling as under its belta 96-84 Regional The bankers trimmed six
DIXIE SOD BUSTERSFLOYD Griggs hit Gene Melvin with a games the Game and Fresh Water
victory over Valencia Junior points off the lead when QB"Archie"
40 yard TD pass. A few minutes Fish Commission, reported the
JMAITLAND College with all 12 Viking play- Rayburn on a sprint
later Bill Belote hit Mel- harvest Included 13 doe
getting into the contest. out went 20 yards for the score.
vin with another TD and 13 buck deer and 3 wild
pass deer
The Vikings also won a nip Midway in the final period
the Independents led 13-0. Ron- hogs. The deer harvest was an Tillman
and tuck contest 68-66 from on the statue of liberty -
WAYNE BENNETTTHE nie Thomas finally got B & T increase of eight over the 1969
Daytona Beach Junior College. ; play scored First Fed-
on the board with an 18 yard total of 18 deer taken. eral's second TD 3C
The Vikings who have never going
PLAINSMEN run passed to Rick Webb for had a losing season in 12 yearsof yards. SPONSORED BY
the extra and the
point score
round ball, will see their Trailing 14-8 and fighting the
V LOUIE BRISTOLE. was 137. The Independents then first Division II competition ATTEND FOOD SERVICE clock the bank boys moved the BRADFORD COUNTY VOLUNTEERFIRE
J. HALL (One-arm Guitarist) scored once more before the November 27-28 when they take ASSOCIATION MEETINGMrs. ball almost the length of the
half ended for a 20-7 half time
part In the Florida Junior Col- field primarily on passes Stu
SUWANNE VALLEY GANG lead. lege Invitational Tournament In Mildred Lawson, Mrs. Rayburn to Barry Thomas. The DEPARTMENT

Jacksonville. BlonDIe Derkman, Mrs. Eliza pay off came when Rayburn
STANDINGS Badcock 3-0, Their first home game will beth Crawford, Mrs. Margaret! found Thomas all alone at the
NEW RIVER BOYS Independents 2-1. B & T 1-2. be December 7. Schedules of Dlggs and Mrs. Amanda Chan goal line for the TD and the

Sears 0-3. the entire Viking season art dler attended the annual meetIng bankers were down by two.
SCHEDULEMONDAY, NOVEMBER available at various places of of the Florida Food Ser- Rayburn then attempted to run REFRESHMENTS BY
FREE C1HSON; GUITAR; To He Given Away As B & T
23. 7:30: p.m. vs business In Palatka or may vice Assn. Region 4, at Van for two points but First Fed
Door Pri/e: (Donated by Lipltam Music Co., Gainesville Badcock; 9 p.m. Independentsvs be obtained through the office guard High School In Ocala eral said, "NO, you can't come

) Sears. of Bill Tuten, director of athletics last Saturday. in" and the bankers bid was LADIES AUXILIARY
at SJRJC. two points shy.
This year's Small Fry sea-

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from both Union and Bradford not treated.
County presently dump trashon -Was told there was not news
Deer Is Dumps .
j Blanding Record a"VofunO er'f site;the Commission from the Southern Railway System -
at Dave Shuford's suggestion on Installation of two additional -
(Continued from Pace One) agreed to write the culverts under the
\ Records were broken at Camp 394 hunters who Invaded the Ing the first two days of last ; : : timber firm which owns the railroad at Sampson Canal at
Blanding for the number of area--about 1,200 more hunt- season.In or suggesting that the dump'be land Owen-Illinois, to see If SR235.
hunters checked In and the number ers than checked In on open- addition to deer, 23 hogs, closed,, cited as a reason the site can be purchased. If -Named Commissioner Dave
of deer killed on opening Ing day last season. 14 quail, 259 cat squirrel, and that the water table Is 12 inches -lls willing. Chairman Zed- Shuford to attend a Florida
day, Saturday, Nov. 14. For the first two days, Nov. 21 fox squirrel were baggedIn below the ground atHamp- ra Hamilton said, the commis- Mental Health Association conference -
Ninety-seven deer were taken 14-15, the deer kill totaled 127-- the two-day period. Hunt- ton and the dump pollutes the sion can then tee If Union Dec. 5-7 In Jacksonville -
on opening day by the 3- 40 more than were taken dur- ers totaled 5,895 on Saturdayand Santa Fe River which Is Just will help purchase a site of at Gulf Life.Tower a mile to the south. five acres or more.
a r lath "Reading between the lines, In other action the Commis -Agreed with Commissioner
they want us to open an approved slonContract Ralph Bryan's comment that
Street lighting for the city have all city street lights land fill,"Commissioner with Florida Pest the tax assessor Is apparentlynot
streets would be discontinued converted to this type. Dave Shuford said addinghe Control for that firm to provide going to be paid $5,255
Hampton without incorporation cost doesn't know where such a a spider, roach, and rodent In commissions for which he
the city $914 last year, and Complaints that Hampton city site can be found at Hampton. control for the courthousefor has billed the School Board.
Vote the Florida Power and Light dump, which for several years Action taken by the commis- $18.36 per month.The board
franchise paid the city $1,033to has been operated as a landfill sion Monday was to have Tra- was told It Is necessary to "Yep," was Chairman Zedra
Continued from Page Ones > more than account for that by the county on cityownedland wlck call Mulrennan and ask spray every room In the build- Hamilton's succinct reply when
( cost. New mercury vapor lights caused the Florida Division him to meet the commission at ing since rodents simply would Bryan said the commission
gave Hampton$4,410 Income were Installed along the main of Health and the state 5 Elk Bagged its Dec. 7 meeting at 10 a.m. leave a sprayed area for one would have to pick up that tab.
last year, and virtually all of street, Navarre Ave.,last year, Air and Water Pollution Con- When Mulrennan agreed, the
this would be lost. and last week the council votedGRIFFIS' trol Board to step In and closeit. commission then suggested that I

--.r-. Charney Williams, Starke businessman; an official from the Air and .
I For two months the dump Pat Henry Starke and Junior Water Pollution Control Board JIVI $ .
issue has been tossed around policeman,
also be Invited to the meeting { .
I by state officials from these Lyons, Macclenny, bagged five elk on Colorado so both health agencies ,

two agencies like a political hunting trip in October.It Involved can be present and @e1/ane
football, and Hampton area residents
of the confusion
some can per-
as well as those within is the second year the group has hunt- haps be cleared up.

the city have had to make tripsto ed in the Rookies, but the first time they So many letters have been

Grocery and Meat Market I to the haul Keystone garbage.Heights Meanwhile area, went after elk. They hunted near Gunner- flying agencies around to from county;the officials two state, IS HAVING A

625 Brownlee St. city and county officials have son, Colo., so high it was difficult to the City of Hampton, and to SALEThe
been trying to learn what requirements breathe if you weren't used to the altitude. private citizens In Hampton that
are for a sanitary
the Commission Monday decided -
we'reSerui landfill)), and to have the dump I _ It doesn't know now whe-
re-opened or moved. ther the county was actually
gloSa Zoning in the city of Hampton Dress ordered to close the Hamptonland most comfortable
has not been regulated by 18 BandsTo fill, or whether the action
ordinance, and the city is exempt -
Code. was simply a suggestion.
inysoa I as are the other municipalities March Trawick said he was orderedby Pantylegs in the world.. .
from the county-wide
(Continue from Page One) the Air and Water Pollu-
I zoning code adopted last year. tion Control Board on Sept. 15
Whole If city residents surrender the case and on Its own merits." Here Sat. to cease using mosquito con- AdjustAThighby
SMOKED Half or charter in next month's election -
trol the Hampton M
Students and parents had equipment on -
they face much tighter sought permission for studentsto land fill and to cost a Flexnit.
Bacon -lb. 39c zoning laws than are now In north Florida high It. The county
wear pants suits to school, Eighteen sign closing
practice within the city limits. something the dress code pro- school bands with members totaling -> receives $19,000 state match- '
Mesh inserts
These restrict septic tanks, hibited. Discussion became close to 4,000 will com- ing funds to operate the mos- a i
I lot sizes, etc., and althoughnot heated several times In the hour pete here Saturday, Nov. 21, quito control unit and these { ',
Brisket Stew--3Ibs.--$1.00 changing present buildings, long meeting. In the Florida Bandmaster's funds to operate the mosquito adjust to fit f
I would establish requirements -
Those opposing the dress code Association District 3 March- funds would be placed In Jeopardy -
for future construction. ,Ing Contest. If the orders of the state
brought out that slacks and
Chuck Steak I Hampton has been Incorporated pants suits are accepted at- agencies are violated, the your very j
5(1CHamburgerlb.59c as a city, a mile square tire in most all)) businesses, First band will take the field Hampton citizens were told ji '
or Roast ---lb. _ Y 'I with the railroad intersectionas that dress codes have been a. at Bradford High's football stadium Monday. own thigh i s+
the center, since June 11, bollshed successfully In many at 2 p.m. and one will Trash is still being placedIn 7
1925. Before that the municipal area schools. Also challengedwas follow each eight minutes until the Hampton dump by citi- i
government was classi- size without
who around the closed
the legality; of a dress 4:30. zens go
fied as a town, Incorporatedby dictated by school admUJstra- sign, Councilman Hazel Tho-
the Florida Legislature In tors. Admission Is 50 cents for mas told the commission. The constriction
GOODROUND 1893, with the same boundarIes Is trash to the landfill
U.S. adults and 25 cents for stu city hauling
as stand today. The dress code was adoptedby at Keystone Heights at present
STEAK lb. 95c dents.It .
According to City; Attorney
a group of 20 parents, students II i
Richard Wilson cities ortownsIn and school administrators County Attorney Theron
SIRLOINlb.. 98c Florida surrendering a char in August. It established will be a colorful after-, Yawn asked to sit In on the
ter not too rare, but for watching the
are usually noon anyone
said the Nov. 9
exact standards for such thingsas discussion
Boston Butts : lb. 49c Is combine with annexa- girls' skirt length, six Inches perfomances, Bandmaster Dean letter, to a private citizen in SMLXLShort
tion to a larger municipality. measured from a kneel. Cassels promises. The. contest Hampton simply suggested that
Outright changing from an Incorporated hasn't. been held In Starke for
ing position, and boys' side- the county and the City of Hampton
BON 5 Ibs. $1.00
NECK ,- - city to no organized burns several years. discuss the problem.
no longer than the
government Is very unusual lobe.Terwillegar ea Each band will be rated superior "From a legal point of view, and average legs in light or full

he added. excellent, good, fair, It Is a city garbage dump. I, control styles
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quite frankly, don't know what
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this board has to do with it.
Bands participating are Key- Chairman Zedra Hamilton Regular Price from $7.00-$11.00
stone Heights High, Trenton
High, Chlefland, Citrus County said the extent of the county's; Sale Price from $5.99
Union County action has been to cover the -$8.99
; Crystal River, -
refuse using the mosquito control
Motors Dunellon High, Vanguard
It does
High from Ocala, Wiuiston
High, P.K. Yonge, Santa Fe, county-wide.;

Clay High, Baker County; and In action taken on the SR- JAM-AAT-71
BHS. 229 dump site, where residents
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................yy,' lly entered the contest at this sonvllle, who love country mu-
time are: Brenda Bass Brook sic and do a good Job of per- '...rn.N........ Extended School Labeled Success *......"...........*....
forming. They have appeared,,
! BROOKERBY er; Reeda Lewis, Salt Springs; several time In Lake Butler. .- the ............ _.,
Sheila Yarbrough, Lake Butler SuTUCuon and Sharon Starling and Vivian; New River Boys a regular A report on Bradford Coun- Florida Legislature In Brad to 20 days, instead of 30. Clark'' lature must decide whether It technical school were submitted
BY JOYCE STOKES Harrington, Macclenny.A beautiful group of entertainers who are ty's extended school year will ford, Clark and Dade Counties. pointed out that Interest lagged i will fund further programs after to the State Departmentlast
trophy, has been donatedby well known on the North Flo- be made to the State Department But said, the extended toward the end of the 30 days' evaluating reports from the Friday.
..a.u &&&&&&&&&&& t rida Show. The group includes of Education In the next Includes horticulture
the Florida Award & Trophy program was operated in only session among middle school three counties. The new phase -
David Fussell.) of Brooker who few days according to Asst. two session Included and
BRIDAL SHOWER Co. of Gainesville. school centers In Clay and high school students. Attendance The summer cooking baking
is manager of the group; John Supt. Connie Clark."I County and on a limited basisin in all elementary a regular academic program' building trades and adult education -
F Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bryant, Appearing as a featured gueston Hendry, Lake Batler. lead gui- would label It a success" Dade. schools was better than the1' for all students K-12. as well facilities. Bids on the,
formerly Tetstone,was honored this show will be S.J. Hall tarist; John Roberts, of Ta- says Clark of the county's ex- Idea of the program was to middle or high school students as the county's popular swimming project will be opened school
with bridal shower a one-armedguitaristofChfef- vares (formerly of Lake Butler periment last summer with a offer increased use of school he says. program. Dec. 8 meeting of the
a lovely
at the Brooker Community Cen- land, who has made severalof >. rhythm guitar; Ervin Mil 39-day voluntary summer session facilities summer enrichment'' Brooker Elementary had the Students were served lunch board Casey says.
Games the shows In Lake Butler, ler Jacksonville steel guitar which extended the school activities' and to give students best student participation with through an experimental satel- = 'i
ter last Thursday night. ::W$
were played and enjoyed by the and if you have never heardor and Tony Castlen, of Brooker year to 210 days instead of the a chance to take advanced cour- 72 per cent of its regular student lite program where lunches
20 guests attending. Prizes seen his performance you, a senior at BHS. plays bass. usual 180. ses during their high school body attending. During the were bagged at Bradford High GLASSFOR
Tet- have really missed a treat. Tony also appeared on the Loretta The $77,000 summerprogram careers. regular year Brooker had 98 School and trucked to outly-
awarded to Nancy
were stone, Betty Nipper, and Chls- Mr. Hall played on the Grand Lynn Show last year and was carried out in all 10 Brad- )1.072 of Bradford's 3,862atu- students attending and In the ing schools. The children and i EVERY PURPOSEMirror
Spitze. Mrs. Bryant received Ole Opry in Nashville last year. plays other musical instru- ford school centers in grades dent population attended the summer 70 students attended. the State Department reported >>.
pa lovely gifts. Hostesses Floyd Maitland the singing ments In addition to the guitar. K-12. The program was fund- .sessions Clark pointed out. Starke Elementary reported 37 favorably on the he ell
many for the occasion were Deputy Sheriff from Gaines- The show will start at 8 p.m. ed in a pilot program by the That amounts to 26 per cent per cent participation. South- feeding Clark said, but
Mrs. Melba Dampier, Mrs. Alma ville, has recorded several record -. There will be free refreshmentsall Of the student population; the side 25 per cent, Hampton 38 feels the best approach wouldbe I FOR EVERY PURPOSE
Leta Sparks, Mrs. Betty .albums some of which evening so make your plans county had shot for a third per cent; Anderson Elemen- to operate a cafeteria in
Nipper, and Mrs.Catherine Dy- are heard frequently over the now to attend this great event. PERSONALMr. of the student body. tary 54 per cent; Lawtey Ele- each school center. SHEA'SGLASS
Gainesville radio stations. His The regular admission charge and Mrs. Simon Ger- The extended program' met mentary 32 per cent, RJE Ele- The program included a total <.
al. wife Marie will accompanyhim is $1.25 for adults and 75 cents galneus of Ellzabethtovm, N.C., expectations of Bradford educators mentary 45 per cent, the mid- of 79,612 student hours of instruction CO.
BIRTHDAY PARTY Saturday night.Valerie for students.A enroute to their winter homeat in a majority of the dle school 15 per cent, and or an average of 75 i f *
Cathy ComUord was honored Bristol, a senior at number of door prizes will Hobe Sound spent several areas evaluated, Clark says the high school 14 per cent. hours per student, Clark said. :;=: 172-4315 I 172-4151 1
her 13th birthday anniver- Bradford High School, and a be given away during the eve- days here with Mrs.Ethel Russ his report will state. Clark said he aspires to have In other developments Supt. :: I HIS l H.W. 4th. Plugs.
on resident of Brooker, is a very ningthe last one a Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Hicks There will be a recommen- Tom Casey preliminaryplans G.i..arlll.
extended says
ty sary at last the Saturday Brooker with Civic a Ce par-> talented vocalist. She has made guitar donated by Lipham Mu- and family. dation to shorten the program summer but that program the Legis next for the third phase of con- i.:.................................. ....""' .:...........
sic Co. of Gainesville.
several appearances' on the
ter. Indoor games were played
and enjoyed by the 12 guests! North Florida Show and also
attending. Prizes were won by appeared on the Loretta Lynn
Peggy Stokes and Charlie Cast- Show In Winter Haven last year. CHECK THESE VALUES 5
len. Refreshments of cake and Wayne Bennett, of Lawtey J
punch were served by the hon- another senior at BHS, is one
oree's mother. of the most talented banjo players -
in Florida. He is a regular
COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW performer on the North Flori- BUY IT TODAY ,
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYThe da Show and is also a champion LAY IT AWAY'FREE' 'Ii 4'
month of October was harmonica player, as well
as singer. Wayne also performed -
designated as Country Music
Month for most of Florida, on the Loretta Lynn I .
as well as Nashville, Term., Show last year. C '
WITH ANY '10.00
the date Robin Stokes of Brooker a "
but for Union County, 0
student at the Bradford Mid-
is November 21, the place is "
the Union County High Schoolin dle School made her debutas 7 PIECE j '\C" .
Lake Butler, and the occasion a country-western vocalist CtVSTAlCUT I "
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Civil; ActIon Membership Drive Members
Cqvml Federal Casa No.Swvlnis 00* And the average American other an American ethnologist
Loan Association Of Jacksonville church goer become so dollar The missionary, a vigorously Under WayNowFriends Jimmy (Jack Wild) is a West It takes place In 1913
.".-,R.a. B corporation Crosby and Plaintiff.M rtba conscious be can't focus proper capable chap, spearheads clinics happy normal boy leading avery when the world was about to
Crosby his wife. Defendant. perspective on his relationshop orphanages and schoolsas of usual life until he literally plunge into war, and Mexico, Set
Notice Of Suit-No-. Property and responsibility; to God? part of the church's outreach the Library are stumbles onto a gayly cola where much of the action takes Campaign
Crosby In
Tot Martha care sponsoring their annual
"of Mr.. Baud re. P. .O. Box 84. to refugees .from the bership drive In mem- red talking boat which offers to place, was being strangled in,
Chinese mainland. All this he an effort to
Bauleburv. TIesldencedVa take him on a trip to Living a bloody counter-revolution.
Probing for an answer to that'question acquaint
more with
D Crosby does' with a budget so modestIt the Island. Playing with "The Wild
knt>wn* backgounds the theme Bradford County
You ar..hereby notified thatan for "INHALE THE INCENSE" embarasses the spendhappyyoung and Library drive Rather than practice his flute Bunch" at the 301 DriveIn
action for tourists. Its resources, says Mrs. lesson, Jimmy eagerly Jumps on Sun. and Mon. will be "Naked
Notice Of Suit has been filed dramatic color film to be shown Theron A. Yawn. Jr.
and you are required president the boat and the Under Leather." a love drama.
against you Sunday. Nov. 22. at 7 run. at so begins unusual -
to serve a copy of your The ethnologist, while not on of the Friends. "
movie "Pufnstuf. Both movies are rated "R.
Pine Level Baptist Church,4ml. Play-
to Hen
written defenses. If any The drive also
a church mission, Is gathering stresses bow
the plaintiff. attorney. West of Starke on SR-100. ing at the Florida Theatre Fri., A special Thanksgiving week
whose name and address ision. material for a textbook on idol' community; can benefit Sat., and Sun. "Pufnstuf" utilizes showing sees "Hornet's Nest"
] Adam' O Adams. II. lit otry. "My theses,"he ,"is Its Investment In the library/ "
Barnett Bank Bulldln Jackonvllle. Produced in Hong Kong says both actors and costumed and ...Tick...Tick...Tick"
Florida and file the "INHALE THE INCENSE" re- that not only is every man Incurably characters and stars Jack Wild, come to the screen of the 301
the clerk of the Membership dues are:$1, sin-
with but
original religious every
lates the experiences of a pros- gle membership $2, Blllie Hayes, Martha Raye and Drive-In Theatre Weds and \
fore December 7.1970: oother- man is also Incurably idolo- ; family Mama Cass Thurs.
wise a Judgement may be en. perous young American business trous. He must have tangible membership; $10 and up, pat- Playing with "Pufnstuf" will "Hornet's Nest," starring
for the relief man and his suburban- ron. Contributions 4
against you
tored be
evidences of whetherIt may sent"to
demanded In the comVlnlnt ; be Dean Martin in the "Wreck- Rock Hudson and Sylva Kos-
Like typical tour-
oriented wife. ; Friends
: of
be mud idol the Library, 132
a or a plush
or petition. Crew" Matt Helm cina, is an action-packed war
: adventure
Ing a -
have to spend South
Witness my hand and the ists, they money stateside bank account." Walnut Street, Starke.
seal! of said. Court on November and they spend It profusely. The Friends are also asking story. film.
4. 1973. for used books On the double bill at the 301 George Kenndy and Jim
(SEAL In in an) D. Oreen While In Hong Kong,however, for the annual book or paperbacks sale at the Drive-In Theatre Fri and Sat. Brown are forced into a partnership 4-H team captains and leaders map plans for their 4-H
As Clerk. of said Court they meet two people whose A child psychologist says it Bradford will be "A Taste of Blood" and to save their town froma chocolate drive Nov. 18-28.
By Beulah. It o.k. to spank your children. County; Fair. These racial explosion in" .Tick. Team captains and leaders ((1-r) Larrv
Clerk concepts bring their own life be "Eegah. are: Oglesby,
may brought to
WPuty =1.Ia It lass evaluations into searing Intros- But a little dangerous U yon or donators call 964-6400 library, "The Wild Bunch", starring Tlck..Tlck..." Brown portraysa Carole McKInney, Vicky Sqe Anderson, Mrs. Ben Loper I
pection. One Is a missionary, antagonize a tot who owns a or 984-5016 for may pickup. William Holden, is a story of Southern county's; first Kathy Bryan Mrs. Lloyd Bryan, hallye Meng, Ann Allen,
supported. their church. The chemistry set outlaws in the cruel land of the black sheriff. Mrs. Robert E. Allen, Sue Edwards Dennis Rhoden

Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Jr., Lee Sparks, and Gerald Meng. I

Bradford County; 4-H members Team leaders and areas include I
are conducting a countywide ; -
Chocolate Sales Campaign Team # 1, Lawtey and North
during the next week. Starke Daniel Rosier, Andy
The campaign will be coorld- Harvey, Mrs. L.A. Redding
nated by the Bradford County; Mrs. Loyd Bryan.
4-H Council. It began yester- Team # HellbronandNorth
day and will continue through West Starke Mike Reed, Mike
Saturday, Nov. 28. Bryan, Mrs. R.E. Allen, Mrs.
Purpose of the campaign is as Ruth Reed.
1 much to have 4-H members Team # 3, East Starke-
visit homes and explain the 4-H Carole McKinney,
ore Larry Og-
e program as to sell chocolates,
Sal lesby, Vicky Sue Anderson, Mr.
s NEW FORFAMILY according to Bobby Taylor, assistant R.E. Anderson.
/ county; agent and 4-H

advisor. 4-H members will Team # 4, Hampton, South
CHECK & COMPARE OUR LOW, LOW PRICES make every effort during the Starke Sallye Meng, Gerald
AGE L->_<.' ;oY week to visit every home in the Meng, Mrs. Ben Loper, Mrs.

DISCOUNT STORES i aDNO & SAVE ON EVERY ITEM AT EAGLE! county., ;Taylor They said have,been to push Instructed the- Ruth Team Meng.i 5, Brooker South-

4-H not to sell cho-
tuIJ % 32 A, Com In for all TRIM-A-TREE & CHRISTMAS NEEDSI colates.program West StarkeDennie Rhoden
Lee Sparks Mrs. J. M. Edwards -
NEW tT ( 712 ITEMS IN OUR MEN'S A BOYS' DEPTBOYS' The campaign Is necessaryto Jr.
M EN'S FASHION 542 ITEMS IN OUR raise funds for an expansionof

; LADIES' A GIRLS' DEPT.LADIES1 the National 4-H Center in 4-H members are allowed to
BOYS' CORDUROY : Washington D.C., to make Improvements Join any team in the County;
POLOS in the state 4-H
= = Enthusiasm is excellent among
CARDIGAN JACKETS Camps, to support the State
) 1 the 4-H members Taylor says.
Mock-turtle z
4-H Awards Program and to .
I and knit o r SWEATERS % ./,77.x" Full zipper. CONTROL TOP provide funds for the County; the They homes look forward In Bradford to calling County on

collar style t Slash pockets. 4-H Council and the local 4-H November 18-20 to offer their
100% Acrylic. \ Sizes 4 to 7 PANTY HOSE program. product and discuss the Bradford
Short sleeves; The campaign will also ena-
\ Hand.washable. ONE SIZE FITS ALL. County program.
Ij asst. colors ble 4-H members to "sell"4H
Colorful detail. 100% Stretch nylon. to the people of Bradford
Sizes S. M, L Sizes 4 to 7 RQA" Lycra power net girdle County; since this Is the first .

'SAVI28% : SAVE 19% YOU SAVE 1.06 attached to seamless stretch major County-wide by; the County activity; ; 4-H coordinated BRIDESItegislered

+ t 1 stockings.. Council. It is also an opportunity -
for each 4-H member to i At

learn to meet the public, sell IIITI.MNKTON'SNOVEAIKKK, (; : :
himself and 4-11, says Advisor I
Bobby Taylor. '
The campaign will be organized Miss Karen HreeilenDKCEMKEK
With hood : AVEMEN'S 15'I.H1 by dividing the county; into
five areas. Each area will havean : :
DRESS PANTS : organized team to sell cho- Miss: (Carol Reddish(
GIRLS' colate in that specific area. l\U. 'TI'yphinia l\IcRI\I
? Plans are to call on every
i. FAMOUS MAKER ;. ( ) PERMANENT PRESS household in that area. Each lIcRIIBUfLINGTON'S
team will have a 4-H Team
J LSURUBRAN; QtiHTEDICOItDUiOY'JACKITSi ., SHIRTS Captain and at tbast ten 4-H ,
members. The team will be assisted .
j ? and supervised by-two1 Gifts The Bride Will r
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,I /i \ I The First Strawberries ,

(The fourth and final Installment out last winter, doing remark- much'benefltted
by the climate
J' of an article written for ably well. and has a fine two-acre Mr. J.S. Noble and a brother
\ The Telegraph In 1884 by M. Mr. Wm. Fisher of Norfolk grove with a variety of orange other from the same state have a
Louise Tanner, describing the Ohio came to Lawtey two year* things, which he takes; fine ten-acre grove ..tartedSOG --
:it. early development of Lawtey since has ten acres In grove, cultivating. great trees being set out last
by members of the "Chicago two hundred Peento peach trees, plMr.tCarl. Smith of Madison Spring.
Colony" who settled on a tractof and a variety of Ohio apples, Wls. has five Mr. A.L. Turner of Chicago
?r1' + 1Y ... land obtained from Cart T. plums and cherries.: Some for trees and a nice prepared house whose family lives in Law-
$ 1'l JN J. Burrln, pioneer lumberman prunes set out last year have ready for occupancy. tey, has a grove of 300 fine
and the owner of vast acreage put on a vigorous growth of six trees Just reaching the pro-

In the Lawtey area. Most members feet. Mrs. Benham, from the Mr. DL. Card ductive point.
formerly of
of the Ill-fated colony left same place has a nice groveof Chicago has lived in Mr. Dunham of Bay City; .
the five Lawtey Mich., set out % 20 acre
t'u 4 community; after the disas- acres. seven years and Is of grove
r v trous freezes of the 1890'sdes- Mr. E.L. Stafford, late of St. the happy owner ,of course fine, last February and has the land
a troyed their citrus groves.STRAWBERRIES .) Louis, Invested $1,200 In Law- grove of orange trees a 200 In prepared and nicely cleared of
tey, paying $800 for twenty number, just coming into bear- stumps for an additon of ten -- -
acres of land with a small acres this winter.

house and a grove of 155 Ing.Mr. J.P. McCully who has Col. J.C. Read, of Fernan- P. M. Barefoot Honored
The production of straw- seven-year-old orange trees, had charge of Capt. Burrln's dina, put out a six acre grove I
berries for the Northern mar- and $400 for an additional 20 lumber business since the last Spring and is preparing Masonic ServicePast
ket was begun last year on a acres of land which he is now whirring saw first broke the another 20 acres to be filled For Long
small scale by Mr. Ward Knic Improving. He has augmented silence ofthe with trees during the winter.
kerbocker late of Lennox Ill., the grove by the addition of secured to himself wilderness has An exceptionally fine groveof Master P.M. Barefoot welcomed the members and
and will be vigorously prose- 100 five-year-old trees and income In beautiful an assured twelve acres, containing 800 (Cleft) was honored recently for their families and out of town
cuted this season. From a Intends to put out 50 more this 400 trees which a grove of beautiful ten year old trees services rendered to Masonry guests. Those attending: .Included -
quarter of an acre he obtaineda winter. He has also 100 Peento ning to bear. are now begin- In charge of Mr. Bally is the during his 57 years of member- 12 Past Masters of
yield of eight hundred quarts. peach trees and a thousand property; of Mr. Wm. Richardson ship. An Inscribed plaque was Bradford Lodtre. Worthy Ma-
He has now set out an acre of strawberry plants-- the nucleusof who resides at present In presented to Mr. Barefoot by tron Lillie Morgan, of the Eas-
plants of Improved native a large plantation of 15000. Mr. James H. Campbell, of St. Louis. Worshipful Master A.F. Garner tern Star and Julian E, Mc-
f'"tii ::- -: :-; variety; whose size, color, flavor Mr. H.K. Kauffman, of Indiana Chicago also one of the original But it is Impossible In the during ceremonies at Past Mas Rae president of the Bradford

Q"'iii: : -'=::::liI1ijr.. .... and shipping qualities have came to Lawtey last colony of Lawtey, but circumscribed limits of a news- ter's Night of Bradford LodgeNo. Shrine Club.
.. -.o!o.'. proved of such a high order year with the purpose of going who left some years ago, has paper sketch to present a fair 35, F. & A.M., at the As a highlight of the program,
that he proposes to affix to extensively in grape culture returned to his first love and picture of Lawtey. The mere Masonic Temple Thursday Mrs. J.K. Wainwright showed
011 Lnwtey school house which: IB
them a distinctive name. Mr. a business with which he is set out last year a fine grove monotonous enumeration of places night, Nov. 12. color slides of King Solomon's
still In flea today an preaant City Knickerbocker has an orange entirely familiar. For five of 200( trees. Is apt to produce wearin- Present with Mr. Barefoot temple.
Hall. grove of five hundred trees, acres of land containing a Mr. D.M. Snow of New Len- ness, and engender confusionIn on this occasion were his three Starke Shrine Club members
two-fifths of them just coming small house and 250 orange nox, HI,, purchased some time the mind of the reader.More daughters, one granddaughter prepared and served a delicious
into bearing.Mr. trees and a number of peach, ago a part of Capt. Burrln's than sufficient have already and three of his great-grand- fish dinner to the 125 members
W.O. Abbot formerly pear and fig trees he paid place Including 300 fine large been noted to demonstrate the children. and friends who enjoyed this
of Norfolk Ohio, though livingin the sum of 1200. Mr. Kauf- orange trees for which he paid fact that the town long ago Worshipful Master Garner evening of fellowship.
6t .t/y Lawtey scarcely a hasa the sum of$1,700.The handsome passed the and
i luriu n year fman Is a hard-working man empiric stage .
.peahi .
fI fine appearance of the place attract-
five-acre grovethree and though considerably past that Its success and prosperity; .;
hundred four-year-old trees put middle life if full of vigorous ing the attention of others he are assured realities.Understanding .
was last winter offered $3,500 characterof
plans for the Improvement of the '
his but refused to part with it. Its citizens, and its magni- .
place. ; ,
Another :resident of New Len-
I ficent advantages of soil and
You Can't Fool All. The Smith family has four nox, Mr. Tunis Lynk who paid location the most superficial > .\
$2.100 last fall for a thrifty s
representatives In Lawtey. Dr. ; observer of the unprecedented
J.D. Smith, of Chicago a one- six-acre grove 50 trees already growth and material progressof 'I

year resident, had 350 trees bearing Invested an the Innumerable colonies
Now that the analysts are through the silent majority. .could cutfrom set out last winter, and Intends additional $400 for trees which which have sprung up throughoutthe
analyzing there are important lessons their traditional ties with the Demo- soon to build. He is also pre- he had set out last winter; state of Florida during the

to be learned from the Novem- crats and merged into a lasting coali- paring five acres for Mrs.Car- and has just been building In past decade can predict none

ber elections. tion with the Republican Party.\ To do penter of the same place. Mr. Lawtey preparatory to removal but the most brilliant future
Aaron Smith thither. for this star in the
of Ware Mass., rising
this the formula called for an attempt is a non-resident but has three Mr. H.A. Stonaker late of bright galaxy which marks the

First and foremost is the encour- to portray the Democrats as acres set out to grove which he Illinois, Is a newcomer to Law- line of the Florida Railway and

aging indication that American voters condoning or actually responsible for superintends during the winter. tey where he speedily com- Navigation Company.

are becoming more thoughtful or more crime student violence drugs pornography Mr. W.B. Smith, from Peoria, menced operations by the plant- M. Louise Tanner
sophisticated and no longer respond welfare abuses and govern- 111., came to Lawtey an Invalid Ing of a grove of 250 orange (Mrs. Doctor Tanner)
three years ago. He has been trees. FLORIDA TELEGRAPH 1884
blindly to emotional. epithets and catch- mental waste.

words. Until the election results were in, Sewing Machine Presented

President"Nfxony( ;!Ij:. Vice President no one could possibly know how effective FarmersAlthough I

Agnew, and GOP candidates in general the Nixon formula would be. DiaryNext By Homemaker GroupMrs.

devoted much of their time to efforts Suffice it to say that the results were

to make the Democrats seem responsible much less than satisfactory for the the weather was Thursday is Thanksgiving Lucille Godwin (center) by Act of Congress; In 1914 to
threatening rain several times Day and families President of Starke Extension help the Improvement of homes
in some vague way, for crime GOP in spite of the President's ob- all over
during the past week, only a the land will gather togetherto Homemakers Group presentsa and communities.The .
in pleasure in
and violence the nation. triedto picking
They a cou-
up small amount fell in Isolated, give thanks for the many new machine to Miss Martha
smear the Democrats with a "softon ple of Senate seats. light showers and there was no blessings we all enjoy. We expect Sue McCain to be used for Extension Institute of hood 1 and
crime" label just as they triedto break in the dry spell which has to be with Sam's mother [Home Economics Pro Agricultural Sciences of the

smear them with a "soft on Com- On the other hand the Democrats held back the plantings of non- who Is 90, and other membersof grams. Mrs. Godwin and Mrs. University; of Florida Boardsof

munism" label when antiCommunismwas wiped out what had been overwhelming irrigated strawberries. At this the family, and to laugh over Lane Tenly (right) are 4-11 County; Commissioners, and
the "in thing" several Republican control of statehouses time the plants could stand a again at the Thanksgiving dinner leaders with 4-H girls parti- the U.S. Department of Agriculture
years ago. good soaking rain lasting a dav many years ago which was a cularly in the area of clothingand make up a three-way
scoring smashing" victories in the gu- or so to help them get esta- subdued affair because a dog learning to use the sewing partnership to share in financ-
But the November 2 election results bernatorial" races of ,Pennsylvania, blished. And it would ease the By Sam stole the pair of ducks Mom machine. Both are members of ing this nationwide out-of-
made it clear that the American peo- Ohio,'.-* Flr1da( and Nebraska. With burden of the growers who have McGarvey had left hung up on the back the Starke Extension Homemakers school educational program.

ple are not yet so full of fear and Democrats now controlling reappor- been irrigating their plantings been porch. Group Still, the Extension Home
planted this
as a lot of work Is Involved In season along Extension Home
Economics Economics
program Is tailoredto
of House
frustration that they are ready to districts and poli- SR-225. F
moving pipe to cover the entire is a part of the Cooperative local needs as determinedby
jump off the political deep end at tical patronage in several new states, field. Extension local

the crack of a whipfrom. Nixon or the political outlook for 1972 has r. .. -r Ufe? TIERS: Service established people.

Agnew. changed drastically.The Y Prices averaged 40 cents a >> rfG; lf1 t

Democrats have been released And of pound at the pecan auction market I Marine
speaking berries, we Cites I r
Eager as the people are for safer last EDITORNov.' Biologist Danger
from their fear of the Nixon formula wonder if the acreage !set out Thursday and Bob Allen :' 1 I
streets an end to campus rioting racial and its appeal to raw emotions. Theparty's this year is not down appreciably manager of the local State .
harmony, and &, curb on the wide- has Improved from that of last year and Farmers Market, said good 1 Of '
fund-raising potential Pollution In Area's
spread use of drugs the elections other recent seasons. Last quality; nuts brought around 47 Lakes
and entrusiasm for
Immensely, week while driving along SR- cents a pound. He said that
proved not
they blindly buy
pro- promoting an appealing Presidential 225 from the Intersection with seedlings represented the lar- Nov. 16, 1970 It's no fun to swim or ski a consequent loss of revenue
paganda suggesting that one political candidate for 1972, behind whom almost SR-16 near the State Farm we gest portion of the various vari- in "algae soup" and this possibility for the owners, as well as the
party has a monopoly on virtue where all Democrats can unite is infinitely noticed that many of the fields ties sold, and that they brought Dear Gene: ; Is a constant threat to entire area.
these evils are concerned. On the than it before along that road have been plan- about 36 cents a pound. The fresh water lakes and streams One soap company is cur-
contrary the unprecedented efforts greater was ted in "greens" Instead of poundage to date indicates that Each year after our Calf Dr. James B. Lackey, marine rently spending $100 millionin
of President Nixon and Vice Presi- November 2. berries. In past years these the trees yielded only! a "fair" Scramble we receive from most biologist, warned members of an attempt to find a satisfactory -

dent Agnew to inspire and exploit fear places have been used for ber- volume of pecans this season. of the boys a note of thanks for the Starke Rotary Club last substitute for phosphorus -
If anyone doubted it before Sena- ries almost exclusively and we M5 the calf they have won. These week. In detergents, the speaker
in the American people actually back- tor Edmund Muskie's reasoned replyto have privately nicknamed it letters are exceptionally heart- Dr. Lackey said that phos said lie added that !Nassau;

firedas such tactics often do-- Mr. Nixon's histrionics on elect- Strawberry Boulevard. warming, and we thought It appropriate phateeven a very small a- County; Long Island has recently -
The value of
in several states. the Bradford to share with you atypical mountIs enough to set off a banned the sale of all
ion eve was enough to demonstratethat it County Volunteer Fire Depart- letter received from chain reaction of eutrophication detergents because the coun-

the Democrats have a respect- ment was demonstrated recen- one of our 1970 winners. (nourishing plant growth) in ty's water supply, which comes
able We think the switch tly when they put out a fire In lakes or streams. Most from
and politically expert potential from "Dear Sir: I am sorry I did deter- deep wells, was being bad-
The demonstration of good sense leader and candidate for 1972. berries to greens has been a motel located just outside the not get my 'Thank You' note gents contain phosphate as an ly contaminated.
brought on by the uncertainties city; limits of Starke.Heretofore Ingredient, the speaker said The public must be
on the part of American voters did off to you last week. But I ever on
of the fruit a call for help outside the and the mineral is also
which found guard and make
crop its
was very busy with school and voice heardat
much to restore the confidence of Dem- Another lesson gained from the No- were Illustrated last season Starke limits posed avexacious getting our winter pasture in seepage from septic tanks. the polls in the letters columns -

ocratic Party leaders in themselvesand vember elections was the fact that when a lot of the growers lost problem, but now with the planted and I didn't have tlm\\). Consequently the dumping of of the newspapers and by
In their party. They had gone into voters can no longer be hoodwinkedby money or at best just about BCVFD that situation Is eli- So please accept my sincere waste water or the locationof other use of public opinion to
the campaign burdened with debt and slick political TV commercials broke even. Berries take a minated and the rural areas apology. a septic tank too near thewater's see that nothing goes into a
long time to grow and produce are protected. And volunteer "My Black edge Is asking for trouble lake that will
handicapped by an inferiority com- seeking to sell the "image" of a departments are also In full registered Angus ultimately dam-
and there is the biologist
a big investment said. it
Calf #710 makes me very proud age Dr. Lackey advised.
plex based on fear. candidate rather than the candidate operation in Lawtey Hampton
Involved. By comparison, I have lived In Bradford County Dr. Lackey who resides at On the controversial subjectof
himself. In this election much of greens grow off fast the investment Kingsley Lake and Brooker. ; all my life. Proud that we Melrose is a professor eme- the Florida Barge Canal

As political analyst Joseph Harsch the TV imagery effort fell flat on is much less and there have a Chamber of Commercethat ritus of the University; of Flo- the speaker predicted that It
puts it, "They were afraid that Rich- its face as viewers snickered at the ts always the chance of "strik- not only says It is Interested rida in the department of environmental will ultimately be constructed.

ard Nixon really had discovered a new corny approach of most of this TV ing it rich" if a hard freeze upcountry in us, the young peo- received engineering. lie "The opponents of the project
political formula which results in high pricesfor ple of our county; but worksso his PhD degree In simply do not have the data
might change "packaging.
the leafy crops. Our new state representative untiringly to organize an zoology from Columbia University to support their claims of Its

the American political pattern as radically Wayne Hollingsworth of Lake event for our clubs, the Future and has devoted more damage to the ecology/ ," Dr.
and over as long a time span Senator Muskie has demonstratedthat City, will be sworn In soon, but Farmers of America and 4- than 40 years of his life to Lackey said. "Those who sup-
as Franklin D. Roosevelt's formula he needs no such packaging. He county; officials will not take H'ers. We want you to know the problems of pollution in port the project do have the
did" for the Democrats.The appears to be "all wool and a yard We by no means are suggest- office until the first Tuesday how much we thank you for the lakes, streams and oceans. At necessary data," he added.
wide" and at this point the Demo- ing that the berry crop is on its following the first Monday in wonderful job you did with you present he is associated with In asnwer to a question Dr.
way out around here Undoubtedly January, However, under a new Calf Scramble. And now the Water and Air Research Corp., Lackey said that effluent being -
essence of the Nixon formula crats would do well to rally behind hundreds of acres of law, the county; officials will only way we can truly show Gainesville and Is engaged in discharged into streams
was that the mass of industrial labor. him as the titular leader in their new berries have been set out again also take office soon after the our appreciation and thanks is studies of the ecology of Es- from the local DuPont opera-

"hard hats". .blue collar workers. hour of hope. this year, but we are report- general election, starting In to work hard and do our best cambla Ray and South Biscayne! tions might contain phosphorus
Ing that a lot of greens have 1972. with the calves we have In oar! Bay and water quality; of the stirred up from the ground by
care. So we can let see Everglades.Dr. the dredging
you operations.I He said
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- and not predicted that that the
- only hear our thanks. Game S.: Fresh Water
NEW At The "My: sincere thanks and ap- with the current rate of growth Fish Department would have a

...... I BOOKS Library I preciation. Hope to see you at there would be no vacant lake study made if requested to do
The Bradford County i"r ADULT FICTION bird; Mandala--Buck; The Embroidered -' the Bradford County Fair in front property left In this area so.Three
( of Florida
within the
The Sunset--Alken 1971. next 10
Manipulators--Garner; ; Royal new members were
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Time Of Drumi--Ehle; The De- Flash--Fraser; My MASter- Sincerely or ideal 15 years. He said that the welcomed Into the club at this
om sert--WheelIs; The Castaways piece--Wilk; Mrs. Iunck-- Charles Sapp- ratio of persons:; to space meeting: Bill Glover of holiday -
!' 1879 dhaBibla --Cooper; The Crystal Leffland A Few Last Words Is 2-1/2 persons to one acre Inn; Earl Jones of Mutual
You Mill Know the truth Cave--Stewart; The Aldeburg Sallis; Man In Motion--:Mew- "P.S., I wish it was possi- of properta. This Is greatly exceeded I Lumber Co.; and Charles Bras-

and the truth will make you Dezanne--Graham; The Inner shaw. ble for me to write each and he said on some lake fronts, well Kentuckj Fried Chicken.
Wheel -- Roberts; Fergus-- ADULT !NONFICTIONCarl ; : every one of the Calf Scramble giving rise to Prob-
fw?.-(John *:Z1)). lems of pollution from
Moore; Love Sounds--Sheeny; Sandburg--Callahan; contributors that donated septic
) tanks
'-- Mf MaaFLORIDA Chan \proj-'ii'ss aloiitr Whistle And I'll Come To You-- Small Appliance Repair Guide- their time and talents to makeit garbage disposal or
xJ/ the path of I'.nth.M- ft't'lthat! Turnbull; Cedarhurst Alley-- Lemons; lelda--\Ultord: ; Don't a real life dream come true. waste The water.

.RESS \M .are finding,: our true capa Hatch; Teitlebaum's WlndowlIarkfleld -_ Fall Off The Mountain--Mac- Thank you' which used loss of Lake Xpopka, -the Old 1t172vtr
for I'mdom! : to be fine for fish-
; Islands In The Lame; RFK Must Die!--Kai-
ASSOCI I'AT IO Nx "'inn.: Stream--Hemingway; The Child ser; Penny Candy--Kerr; Hall I know that you can be proudof pointed ing and out other recreation, was

with the freedom of the From The Sea--GoudgeCock-; To The Chiefs--Montgomery; such young men as these, an example by of Dr. Lackey as
yjPnbll ) :Spirit, we can: make it ourcry leburr--Crawford; Theft And Federal Service Entrance Examination and that jour ,generous:: con- pen through the what can hap-
The Man Who Was Left Behind --Turner; You, Your tribution is helping to not only process of eltrophicatiol1. !-
\ own. \* we u. this lie
e Ingalls; The Bank Robber Tlp- Stars And Your Partner--Hunt; finance what we believe Ir an said that fertilizers '-
.;' ,.... li# 11} ;' llsarr lira.N.T.i', .! > will not fed compelled pette; The. XYZ Man--Royce; The Dream House Encyclopedia Important community efo( i, but from leeching Into the lake \\r-rji.
9irffM4r/d to do thiiiK we aolaiger The also helping to mold the chdi surrounding farms and
Hoopoe Weston A Cobb Check Points On
l> 4 '{} / \as Serond -- ; Winter -- ; pollution from
want tn do. We hate In The Buy actor of the youth who will industrial plants
Hills--Wain The KInd- How To Oriental Rugs--
Class.. Mailer tii (he I'uN| Office In the urea had ; .
suirki Florid tin- be our leaders over-fertilised
IOIIIMU'I-: fu..tilutll'th""a- ling--Elliott; The !Night; Crew-_ Jacobsen Interpretations Of tomorrow. the lake :,
under Aft ft' Manb :3rd. IHT'J.Hubsrrlptlon tifiue and the. ability to say Goddard Monk Dawson--Read Life Durant Inside The Third { until ii. was nothing J
; -- ;
but 11.
; .
"alg-ae "I, .
ii i ,
soup I ,
In trade nn-u: I 13.00 Outside no to that which > louver David Rees--West I-af- Sincerely ??? .fa.
year ; wi no ; Ripley Un Reich: Memoirs--Speer: I'r. I .1"' '
trade-.area. : 1 year, $3.30 want I and yea to that whichwe der Ground Hlghsmith; The cadia Ilearn--Kunst; Petra- B.r. Mlzell. Jr. camps Uukc fUI'mel'IhN.'IUcd said tint II fish llsl"", I!I.Hunt I", (I... in 11,,. ?,I",!.
Lion In The I'resldcntIaoctChamber on *lirn il'n all.nli.-.l .
do want. l.ei Shop--Star- rch--Uergln. Lake I I.
\p; "pka, had
of Commerce: closed 1 with +n 1..Ii.; tar"

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4 Caught Stealing 2 ChargedIn f.-.s ioit. CITIZENS; -'u-.t

sonville Fore Y'OWIfC.menfi.oin the Jack- Hudson and Mobley were arrested FracasTwo

ed this area have been arrest. In the same general Nelson Rlos, CUBB Director: The most Important part ofour
month for stsalhgglass area according to Reddish. Bradford men,Van Prescott -
gave us a run-down on a MAN '. last meeting was to elect
\ from
telephone lines 32, and Merrill Jones, 44 POWER
,for etle as anuqutfl! The antiques are popular now! have been charged with aggravated Initiated Project soon to be new officers for our Club for
for sale as antiques bringing: assault as a result of an from Tallahassee. the year' 1971. Entering: our
Robert Darrell Bayer 22.and from $1.50 to$5 each depend- Oct. 24 fracas at the Michigan counties This program In will cover 27 ninth year of existence we havea
John N. Farley 20, were arrested ing on the color.It Ranch on SR-100 when Jones will be funded North Florida and membership of 45, and many
Nov. IGinr Chief Deputy; was shot In the chest. through AntiPoverty visitors. We are proud of this
Dolph Reddish. Earlier,on Nov. Is the first time the veteran The charges against Presco POWER; Federal Agency.MAN and some of Cw results we have
6, Geroge Bradford Hudson, deputy; sheriff remembers i and Jones were made after a of Is geared to the idea achieved.
20, and Gary Michael Mobley arresting anyone for such preliminary bearing last week self-help through which sen-
19, were arrested by Reddish. offense, but Reddish says ani I which saw charges against Pre- su ior citizens who are able and Elected] by acclamation were, ....
Insulator thefts are getting toi ntiss Camplien, 49. Starke : 4 wish to do so, will receive Joe Kerrigan,, Pres.; Bill Richards -
All four have been released be the "In" thing now. More! dropped. Campllen was originally $350 worth of small articles V.P.; Emma Morton,
on$151 bond, returnable on Plea common has been the theft and I charged in the shoot- such as soap cosmetics, etc. Treas.; Dorothy Kerrigan,,Sec.;
Day next Tuesday Nov. 24. sale of the copper telephone) ing, but testimony, at the proIlminary -' I whch can be sold door to door. Carl and Ada Hoist, House-
All were charged with petit wire which Is sold to dealers/) hearing indicated he| Of the profits earned, the seller chairmen. Pete and Lilly John-
larceny. for the metal. acted In self defense when hei, li will earn 32%/. 48% will be son will serve on the Sick Com
shot Jones according to Chief i1:. F.ii"',. .,, '1 returned to replace articles mittee. Della Speed as Official
Boyer and /
Farley were arrested The insulators, on the other Deputy Sheriff '' I "J, .; < sold, and 20% will be used for Greeter.
with 18 hand ; Dolph Reddish. 10''; ;til'J
of the class In- are sold most anywhere :, 1 : "ko" ","" I administrative expenses.
Jones '
was treated and : .
sulators In their possession. to antique dealers or trading released '. ''m ,
from the Bradford! : ., ,: A Christmas project for the
They were caught working tel- posts for resale to the pub- _.___ .d'P'. \ .'... .Jl>I Through the Ideas benefit of the patients of
ephone lines north of lic. County; Hospital the night of ----'-------------------..., ,. ,...."....,-"" .........-..._ -- In this' the
Starke. the fracas with a nosh woundin program are good In that it Starke Nursing Home was dis-
the left side of his chest. encourages Incentive, drive and cussed but action was carried
BIP AwardRonnie education In promoting small over until the next meeting.
business enterprise. It is hard There is also a plan by Mrs.
Thomas accepts the Bradford Improvement Award for October from Chamber ly, suitable for retired persons, Minou Walnwright to honor a
President Mac Baldwin and Executive V-P John Myers. 65 and over who have workedon senior citizen which will be
The award was made to the recently remodeled BP Sinclair)Service Station railroads, construction carried out by the Brownies
by Ronnie and his father, W.L. Thomas, on South Temple Avenue In Starke. operated steel and automobile Just to whose motto Is "Be a Discoverer -
mention a few of the trades Be a Helper Be a
-. and skills of senior citizens. Friend."
GOODMAN'S STANDARD OIL No doubt there may be some
TAKES BANTAM CROWN CC Elect of us In the 27 counties who We are sorry to hear that
STARKE BUILDER'S SECOND To may be glad to have this opportunity vice-pros. Mary Allen has been
; but most of the sen- 111. We hope she will be well and
Goodman's Standard Oil Ser ior citizens In our county\ ; feel, her usual self again soon. Sec-
vice Station claimed the 1970 that they need help In many retary Dorothy Kerrigan has
Bantam Flag Football Champlonahlp 6 GovernorsA Instances In and around their been under the weather too
with a season recordof households in the categories of since our last meeting and we
.,;" ydr, r yr y r"I 8-2-2. cleaning, washing and small sincerely hope that with care
Coodman's was coached by repairs and yard work which and attention, she will recover
Lynwood Kitchens. Starke slate of 12 nominees for Chamber for sponsoring the would constitute 1 or 2 daysa In 'a little while. Alex Morton
Builders' coached by Randall the Board of Governors of the event. week. Most of us are still has also had a little set back
Davis picked up the second Starke- Bradford Chamber of The scramble has done muchto able to cope with these regular and we are sure that his good
place trophy but had to wait Commerce was accepted at tile' promote agriculture in the tasks but there are some wife, Emma, get him well a-
until the final game for this board's regular luncheon meeting county; Smith said. who through falling eyesightand gain. Houston Driscoll has not
to be determined.The at the Garden Restaurantlast "The community; is now behind other ailments find that been feeling too well lately, but
Builder's team finished Thursday. the project and It has outside help would be a great with his wife, Marion's care he
the season with a record of Ballots have been mailed to served to bring city; and ru- boon. will soon be well. This is the
7-4-1 Just a half game aheadof the entire Chamber membership Interests together" time ot'/year' with changing
Koch's Drugs. The leaguewas which will elect six new Expenditures for the scram- MAN-POWER Projects have seasons, ,that seniors have to
the tightest that recalled governors from the list. The ble were $3,105 and were exceeded been established in certain be very careful. Keep warm,
in Bantam play. No one team ballots will be counted Nov. 23 slightly by donations areas all over the U.S.Through get a little exercise, like walking -
dominated league play and on\ by a committee of Bill Eppe totaling $3,491, leaving a bal- central hiring, people can find don't overwork, eat well
a given day any one of the top and John Sanders. ance in the scramble fund oi various types of work at the but not too heavily, watch that
three teams were subject to Nominees are: Fred Barker, $386 from this year's event. going rate of pay of $1.60 per blood pressure, see your doctor .
beating each other. Maxie Carter Jr., Don Champion More seating capacity; Is hour. We think that such a at specified times.
Final games of the regular H.H. Everett, Bill Glover needed at the fairgrounds arena MAN-POWER Pool could be
season were played Thursday Brian Ha-nilton Don Hill. John Torode pointed out, organized In Clay Union,Brad-
Nov. 12. In the first game George Pierce George Roberta and suggested the Fair Association ford and Baker Counties With these words, we hope
Koch's battled Goodman's to a Jr., Charles M. Schmltt.Blalne be contacted to see what Mr.. Rios covered the MAN. you all recover and will be
0-0 tie. This was the second Thompson, and Warren Wink. can be done. POWER Project lucidly and we able to 'attend our next two
game played between these two ler.The That matter would be discussed could see that he had studied meettngr.:, which will wind up
teams that had the same re recent calf scramble was at a Fair Association and worked hard in Its presen- one more year of activity; of
sult. In the other two games the best one of the four held meeting this week. A plan li tation. We shall assist in our Senior Citizens Club.
between Koch's and Goodman's so far, BUS Vo-Ag Instructor under consideration, Myers whatever capacity; we can in We meet again on Nov. 24 at
Goodman's won one 6-0 and David Smith, chairman of the said' for labor for additional promoting help for the poor 1 p.m. Keep cheerful and God
Koch's the other 20-0. Koch's event this year told the gov bleachers will be furnished free and underprivileged in our area. bless you all.
needed this game in order to ernors. Smith compUmented the and the only cost would be materials It all adds up to experience -Joe Kerrigan.On I
stay in contention for second .
place with the Builders' One scramble participant,
and the screen for the first lima
although they had several 1 offensive BANTAM STATISTICS Charles SaW, wrote the Cham-
I can irrigate my grove threats they were unable Individual ScoringWade ber a letter in which he said A musical journey
to put the ball In the end WInkler led the league in scoring he was very proud of the calf
zone. Both defenses, as the with 70 points on 11 touch- he won and proud also of the into the soul of a nation
in dinner :: score indicates, played very downs and 4 conversions, Carl Chamber for making the event
my jacket. outstanding games. Hamm was second with points possible.In ,,
Second game saw Starke ,Samuel Plttman had 42. another report to the governors -
Builders' wrap up second place In team scoring,Starke Build- President-Elect Mizell
downing Conner Insurance 12-6.' ers' edged out Goodman's and said the two welcome signs to
He doesn't dress formally to do it, but Larry Mciver can A loss would have put them In Koch's were neck and neck In, be placed at the county lineson
put one inch of water on his grove "in 12 hours,comparedto third place behind Koch's but defense scoring with Goodman's US-301 north and south have ,
80 man-hours the old conventional method with no the Builders' got down to business defense giving up a total of 59 been completed. County; Com-
>1 worries during dry weather." Thanks to his electric irrigation and won the game at hand. points while Koch's allowed one mission Chairman Zedra Hamilton -
In the first period Randy Crews more point, 60. Builders' gave said the county will Install -
system, Mciver saves plenty of time and money. And passed 20 yards to Samuel Pit-' up 98 points.FINAL the signs.
if he wanted to wear a tux he could-because an electric tman for a TD and a 6-0 lead. STANDINGSGood- Myers said he had checked
system with automatic timer takes the sweat out Then on the last play of the man's 822Kochs Drugs 5- further into the possibility; oi
of the job. half Crews passed 18 yardsto 3-4. Starke Builders' 7-4-1, getting a census recount and!
See Mike Cole to give the Conner Insurance 0-11-1. learned that if one Is made !'
your equipment dealer or call us. Even if you Builder's a 12-0 half time lead. will be done at the expense
prefer to irrigate in your shirtsleeves. Conner Insurance got on the of the county.SERVICEMEN; .

,-:,',!" score board with only a min- I
ute left in the Kirk
game as
I=II: Minton swept around his left JcKbom1iJleBusiness)
end f.... the score from five
ftOfllOA FCWIN, ."OM' <"...... yards cut.ri0 Cliff World Wid Picture* Pr...nt. CliffBarrows
Navy Petty Officer First Richard
Class Eddie C, Hardman son
of Mrs. Cora Hardman of His
'. Starke, completed the "Orion" Englen '. '
7 aircraft maintenance course at sing popular tin tttr
d't the Naval Air Station, Patuxent HilphCtrmicrtttl [iJ
b i.rec.tQ River. Md. U U 0
Join The Carrier Comfort songs
ara 0 s/gXt find sound oxparlanca

t t tt Auto Sales and Service Air pollution continues to bea Madison Street Baptist Church
problem, but the end of the
-u. j backyard: barbecue silica
Parrish Motors
Saturday Nov.
should provide !some' relief. 21 -- 8:00 P.M.

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I CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Lundburg
Methodist Sunday of Jacksonville visited her
Grace United :
CONTEST School 10 a.m., Worship brother-in-law and sister, Mr.'
TURKO services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. and Mrs. Roscoe Norton, and
MYF 630. Choir practice 7 family on Sunday.
p.m. Prayer services 8 p.m. Mrs. Fred Pendarvis and
First Baptist: Sunday School children and Bill Pendarvis
9:45 a.m. Worship services 11 were visiting Mr.andMrs.C.P.Gordon .
a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Un In Bunnell on Friday.
ion 8 p.m., Midweek Services Bill went for the hunting.
Wednesday 7 p.m. Mrs. E.J. Raulerson spent
Church of God: Sunday School Sunday to Friday with Mr. and
10 a.m., Worship services H Mrs. Mark Raulerson in Tal-
ajn. and 7 p.m. YPE Thurs- lahassee and Mr. and Mrs.
WINTdRIWFOR day 7 P.m. Prayer meeting Raulerson were supper guestsof
Wednesday 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. John BrowardIn
Highland Baptist: Sunday Jacksonville on Sunday.
School 9:45 a.m. Worship ser-
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Marcus and Garland Norman
services 7:30: p.m. followedby and all of their employees of
choir practice Wednesday. Miami were here the latter
part of the week for a camp
hunt and were dinner guestsof
Mrs. Beulah Norman
and Mrs. Hubbard Har-
Denmark family reunionwas
ley of Bushnel spent the week-
held at the home of Mr.
end with relatives here.
and Mrs. George L. Shufordo
Mrs. Hester Hicks spent a
Sunday Nov. 1. A covered
week recently with Mr. and
dish dinner served and
was Mrs. Floyd Martin In Daytona
every one had a good time Beach.
visiting. This will be
an annualaf Mrs. Cora Hodges of Jack-
l from now on.
sonville is spending a few days
l Approximately 60 were In with Mrs. lUcKs. and Mrs. O.J.
attendance including! Mrs.tvel- Anders.
yn Rivers Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lind-
Basford Sr., Mrs. Jeanie D.
sey and son of Gainesville were
Kelly and son. Bene Rivers, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Mamie Denmark Mr. and
Cruce on Sunday.
1 1 Mrs. D.A. Pickerd, Mr. and ..
Mrs. J.R. Devore and Mrs.
Mrs Willie T. Denmark andfaintly John Adklns were visiting Mr.
Mrs. Beulah Frank and Mrs.B.L.Barnes InHamp-
Mrs. Alma Johns, Mr. and ton on Wednesday.
Mrs. P.J. Demark, Bettie Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of
Kathy and Connie Denmark Graham visited Mr. and Mrs.
Belle Addlson, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Eunice and Mrs. Selma
Stephen R. Denmark and fam- Eunice on Sunday.
ily all of Jacksonville. Mrs. Mrs. Floyd Futch and Mrs.
Velma Denmark Kllng. St. Au- Lee R. Green visited John Wilkinson
gustine, Mrs. Barbara Adams In the V.A. Hospital In
I and daughters of Mlddleburg Gainesville on Thursday.
Read The Rules How To Win Mr. and Mrs. Richard Denmarkand Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Futch and
family of Fort Pierce.Miss. Mrs. Mamie Futch: were visiting
Debbie Phillips of Macclenny, Mrs. D.J. Putney and family In
t ff Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter, Jacksonville on Sunday.
Any reader of The Telegraph is eligible ti dw Each space below represents some Charles Carter, Miss Nella Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Lee visi-
Kirkland, Mr. and Mrs. Leon ted friends in Talapopka over
to enter this contest, and the / \ prominent baslit. ... firm or persons Starling and Gwen, Mr. and the weekend.
Mrs. Glen Starling and son all
first three persons submitting the of this city. Take the scrambled of Lawtey. Convicted Felon

correct. or.'nearest .correct. answer letters and arrange them to spell Cannot Serve
will be awarded turkeys for Thanks the firm's name correctly. Winners I We regret to note that Eddie As Police Officer

giving. The first three correct an will be notified by mail and turkeys Dyal Is Hospital a patient, Jacksonville.In St. Vincent's Convicted felons cannot serve

swers in our hands will be the win will be presented Monday, Nor. He has prayers and well wishes as policemen in Florida under
I of his friends. present law according to an
ners. 23rd. The Moores enjoyed a family advisory opinion by Attorney
I 1dSA Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey In This rule applies even If the
Starke on Sunday.Those attending person later receivers a par-
this pleasant affair were don, Faircloth said.
..... I Mr. and Mrs. S.D. Andrews .It Is evident that so longas
and family of Wlldwood, Mr. a conviction stands, the per-
and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and son convicted Is not eligiblefor
THREE TURKEYS TO BE GIVEN AWAY Jimmie Moore of Live Oak employment as a police officer -
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore regardless of whether the
of Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. pardon is granted by Florida ,
Danny Thompson and Kevin ol or a.foreign jurisdiction," the .

. [BY THESE MERCHANTSWHO ARE THEY ? UNSCRAMBLE THEM Jacksonville W.F. Moore,of and Lawtey.Mr. and Mrs. Attorney Jack Ledden General added.executive director I

Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyett of the Florida Police !
and family attended the funeral Standards .Council, agreed with '
of Mr. Boyett's uncle the opinion, stating that a per-
Curtis Granger, In Graceville son convicted of a felony is
swjroyonweulredb on Friday.Mr. tried by his peers convictedand I
rga&dyaomtewerrktarsedmec waeindrrrctbetaeoritont's and Mrs. Kenneth Ter- sentenced. "Such person
rell and son were visiting Mrs. does not have the temperamentto
Joseph Dorko on Sunday. Mrs. function as a police officer,"
Ernest Wells and Donna Green he added.In .
ppam&yucpmno Joined them for family dinner. explaining why a pardon
Sunday visitors of Mr. and does not make a person eli-
Mrs. A.D. Dobbs were Mr. and gible to serve as a police officer -
Mrs. Sandy Norman and chil- Faircloth said "It necessarily -
jfssa'rnmppnsohuoly dren of Mlddleburg, Mrs. implies guilt, since
aal'O&lmdlsrS Charles Slmms and daughters, the very essense,of a pardonis
Mrs. Hoyt Simms and Mrs. forgiveness or remissionof
Bobby White and daughter of a penalty.; "
f ftidien-ever-rseaetz Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.
I Sam Saunders of Gainesville.Mrs. CIVIC CLUB BAZAARAT
O.J. Phillips has returned WORTHINGTONThe
ess6erv6icsee'tatidiodn I from an extended visit
with Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Redd annual Civic Club Bazaar -
ymlwwisrliajele I In Macon, Ga. will be held at Worthington -
Mr. and Mrs.Randal Bradley. Springs on November 20
I Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Bradleyand from 4 to 6 p.m., and on Nov.
Isageeirlwt'asrseyajtulteeqkr son Mr. and Mrs. R.L. 21 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. A
bcab-rtoinnodlwc.eivldles I Smith and family of Jackson- chicken supper will be servedon
ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. the 21st starting at 5 p.m.,
jsbiludiniigusopkplacy I R.L. Bradley on Sunday. $1 for adults and SOC for chil-

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i tran e as it seems t there is a man ulio i* .. t
I 'y 1'; ; remembered' simply for designing a cliair. U
'ndhnrtaspyapgohoy I I t. That's the story of Lambert Hitchcock the \'
srlk6tsalieerdcre6deai) I I man credited with

: designing the "Hitch ;

I I ,r.; cock chair" so popu !
I Ij
; lar today. Hundreds "
incdcofrpuobrthdelgtyrneaa I c.symrcktraetylersh-lpuonih : .. of similar chairs were .!
designed about the
f itreorgscykadvream&ndckkeykececf ... ..:cj
same time (early 19th }j'.i
I I l'4 Century) but none '.4:'
I I I fMi:: are remembered I as ):.
sggsros'cierffyitromrae f I I tf. well as his. He orna f;:
I I Igaoitibtbsreoscwniev'snr mented' chairs with :
I t
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rnhtiuiswer'setchuikevicerrsr I M colors. This i is still done today and may boone
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.:::::' :' : :. '1 Of Robert e.) Ruiwre deceased Shaw And Sanders, Attorney to.the following 'specifications
Christmas Mail NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO uror.t publication on Nov. 1'0Oeor..e for Plaintiff, whoa,, address rk.a One (1) IS. yard aide load Inn
14* West Ci.ll Street. hyrdaullo garbage packer body.
NEWS ABOUT REGISTER FICTIOUS NAME H. Pierce Florida and flU Mi. original! Xjoadlnffcaipaclty 3 cublo yard
Servicemen Attorney for AdministratorP. with the Clerk of the .DOT*- Cab to axle dimension' 102 In.:
To O. Drawer lUG styled Court on or before Dsa to ISO In. required.To
Pursuant Section
Community to 865.09 8\Uk.. Fa. ember IT 1970: otherwise a be I Retailed on V.IOO:
Florida Statute,notice here- 11.11 4t n.n Judgement may b.. entered Ford Truck to be delivered to
SERVICE MEN Should Go Now, by given that the undersigned -- walnut: in you the for 'the Complaint roller de.manded o* faotory bidder. by successful truck

Wayne S. KInney, Starke, Fla., 7n The Clrenlt C..rt Of The Petition.Wltnees. Color to match truck cab.
i E'"t" Judicial;' OfFlorida and the Did to be FOB body factorY
"Bight now" is the answer tc doing business under the firm aa And For Bradford my

.. when to mail Christmas packages name of McDuff Appliance<< Count, C..e No. seal.of 1970.sold Court on November10th. For any this Information call W. Huntley concerning *
News Store 301 Mary Kvalena Stewart Plain.tiff Redfoarn. Jr.. 473-4340 Keystone *
LI to servicemen overseas, Highway South Clarence Wayn (SEAL)
;: vs-
}V: Post Office Starke, Fla. Intends to Inman D. GreenAs Heights.
according to the register Stewart. Defendant. Clerk of Snld Oourt Sealed Bid will b* receiveduntil
Department.It said fictitious name under Notice Of Suit .w.. First Publication Nov. It, 1910 8 o'clock P.M.. December
:? By Elizabeth f too late to send the provisions of the aforesaid To: Clarence Wayne 11.11 41 lIMO 8. 1970 at the .' rIf
.'. (;liven.* Walker Is already; art. In Care o* Georgia Stat Council meeting. City tr.

..=- .. ..,-cr...,...?: ..' .,":" .---Y-.m:..:-:._.:_=::.:.:..:..:....o-. :.::7-----x-.::._:.:.:.;._.::. ..:.:.... .:.:-=.- :. packages by regular surface statute. Prison You" are Heldavllte.hereby notified Georgia that: the Keystone right refuse We any reserve and
"- '_u_'-n.-._....::-.u-:--0.: :.:.:.:.:.:.:"::--n--:::::.:;.:,,,:.'-"."..::.:, 'Ii mail to members of the armet Dated at Starke, Florida this an action for divorce baa been, InrKntlnn' To Bid, U1 bid.
.p forces overseas. But parcel) 19th day of November, A.D., filed against you and you arerequired The City of Keystone Height* Aufthtry VanceAuirlury
to serve a copy of requests for One (1) la City
RECREATION NEWS weighing no more than flvt ildo loading Vance Acting]
defense If any yard
EBENEZER 1970.Wayne written 11.5 4t 11-26
BAPTIST Church your conform Clerk
pounds may go to SAM, or S. Kinney to: It on Eugene F. Shaw of bans packer body to
The Falcons will open their class Leroy Is held Davia pastor. Bible space-avallable-mall, which .

1970-71 basketball season,Wednesday every Monday means surface mall to the coast
night, Nov. 25, against night 7:30. Thursday prayer f and by air the remainder of the In County Juilore's Conrt. isAnd LrSincerelJ
meeting at 7:30.: The pastor .. For UrmUord County.Klurldn. .
the Bradford Hawks. ',: \ way until this Saturday Nov- .
appreciation service at ,
On Saturday night 3 p. it < ember 21.Packages. In re: Estate of Robert E.
28, .. .,
the Falcons vs Jacksonville at m. with Rev. Caney of Gainesville '.:.. up to 30 pounds Rung ileceanad.Notice ,To .CreditorsAll
as speaker.
the RJE Both ,", and sent parcel airlift at an creditors of the estate. of
gym. games start ,
7:45.: AU fans The 5th Sunday Union will be .' extra cost of $1 should arriveIn RobertJ.!. Hunwe. d..censed.
at are asked to .
held at Antioch Baptist Church, are hereby notified and required / (grateful./
come out and support your team. November 29.GREATER time If mailed by November to file any claims or demands ( .
27. Parcels and cards sent at which they may have
BETHLEHEM against the said estate In the
OES MEETING FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH lull airmail rates be posted up office of the county judge of
to December 11. Bradford County Florida In
Dell 168 will hold'lUregular Rev. Jasper Williams pastor. at Uradford
Chapter the Courthouse
meeting Thursday (tonight Monday night choir No. 3 and PV-2 Harvey Wayne McCarthy with For postage regular for mall surface, parcels mall calendar County, months Florida from within the date six For having the privilege of

) at 8 p.m. In the Masonic Ushers Board No. 2 will meet.. of and Mrs.James should be November of the first publication of. this continuing to serve as your :...
posted by
Hall on Brownlee Street.. AU Tuesday right choir No. 1 will H. McCarthy Starke,completed notice Bach!: tlalm\ or and demand must f. ....:
30 to Alaska and Hawaii, by must bo In wrlllnic '
members are asked to pleasebe rehearse. Wednesday night his basic training at Fort December 1 for other distant tale the place of residenceand Congressman. 1
and Prayer Meeting.Thursday night Jackson, S.C. postotflee address of the t_
present on time. on :5.
states and by December 11 to be sworn
and must
the Ladles Circle will meet. On November 8, he local and nearby areas. Greeting claimant to by the claimant his Kent- I shall strive to continueto ,
Friday night the Congregationwill the first of his two MOS,, Military .or his attorney .)r It will become 1=I.
cards, which require first void nccwrdlnn< to law.OoUil
merit that
accompany the Deacones- Occupational: Schools
Invltntloa Bid
To at \
should be "> 30.
class postage, sent r
of Keystone Height to Antioch
The City lei Baptist ChurchIn Fort Jackson S.C. W. Richie.
bide for AlrplantHanger by Dec. 10 to distant states Oarl
:requests their His W. RICHIE
Anniver second MOS CAUL
for Koystono Airportto will start and by December 15 to local and Administrator; of the Estate'AMOUS \
conform to the following sary. January 8, at Fort Bennlng. t
specifications: Saturday the Junior Choir will Ga. These schools nearby areas \
building In
Hunter a.
One (1) --P
Zip codes need to be on all
below: sell pies, your choice of maintenance and repair for The
One (1) Hanger size 12S ft coconut lemon packages, parcels, letters and
,. and potato.They Army's wheeled and
ft. Ian and 20 ft tracked :rDIII
wide 125 greeting cards. All parcels E
high at eaves with a 2-U will deliver your order. Saturday vehicles, of which PV2 McCar- -
roof pitch. 125 ft. by 10 ft hist evening dinner will be sold thy Is specializing. should be securely wrapped and ((L IIIaI

IS sliding ft. doors clearance. Duors. above must floor.han from the kitchen. Sunday Is He was made Squad Leader tied, and and plainly marked with .. : 17

One (1) 8 ft. by a ft. chain youth day. Sunday School at In both his basic training and name address as well a;
overhead door to be return address. C) DON FUQUA
located operuted. over hanger door In 9:30.: Morning service at U In his present MOS at Fort j THE ORIGINAL CUSHION SHOES

Center of bulldlng.Three a.m. League at .4 p.m. Even- Jackson, S.C. ..OC'U08.' "All. LO' A"GILII. crib.E. j jI
doon.(S) 30 |... by 68 in. Ing service, 6 p.m. The youth He graduated from BHS In

walk-In Twenty (20) 3 ft. by 11 ft. will speak at both services. 1970. 8UPEH STICK. Vinyl Plastic" I 31. NORTON: SR j

skylights.. Five (5) 10 ft. long November 27, all three tatters, all sizes, color) *. Permorat. YOua SHOO COUNSILOSTACKL

On.ridge(1)screen 25 ft.ventilator by 125 ft. by 10 choirs will celebrate their an Navy Airman Richard E.Lee, for use.on wood, glass, I
ft high aide enclosed lean-to niversary. The public Invited plastic, paper, metal leather FLA. 31001a.
with aid.wall cover between to son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. (Pd. Pol Ad )
buildings and lean-to to beomitted. attend. Lee of Starke has completed ANYTHING I Bradford County j
Minimum hi-laht openlng At 3 pjn. the Community Telegraph t sot :see. PHONE, .u.aoel
: an Air Launched Weapons tf;
: Clearance 'dully 18 ft.
: Sunlight Pallbearers
high door. Thl building Is to Society Course at the Naval Air Maintenance -
be delivered and erected on thebuilder. will meet at the church. The Training Detachment,
footing on the ramp
chapter was organized Novem-
Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Va.
Keystone Airport.
at Th. minimum for roof and ber 1970. I --------------------------aI' -----_., I.----a------------saes.I -------------,
he metal: 26 pane. All
wall roof to wall and skiing doors to GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL ..1. U.S.D.AORADIA l I II
be 5 year color guarantee. Give The trash shouldbe I '. I I '1.1I
for 20 year col. AME Church, Rev. E.E. Jenkins problem YOUNG QUICK FROZIN
price .
alternate or for rootii S. walls and lld- pastor. The pastor, officers temporarily lessened. ; aROAD.aRIASTIDTURKEYS I ; CHUCK I 111

Ing. 1100.. must con. and members closed out Almost anything 1Ia& mightbe I

form Th. to entire the project Southern Building the conference year Sunday. thrown away can be L II
Code for the Coastal regions.'! prayed silver and turned
Rev. Jenkins will leave for ROAST FOOD
For any Information concerning Into a Christmas tree decoratloa. .
thill. coil J. D. Hender- Conference Tuesday In Palatka : I
ICcyetoneHrlahtu. 16 IBS UP 10 TO 16 IBS
Jr. U3.48H 1 1 I
son I
November 17-22. Walter
Sealed\ bids will be received Thomas will go as a delegate.All -: :'Jmlire'ii;:; Ise L : r 1 I II

anti. 1070 R o'clock at the P. M.regular"Dec.mb.rI. City Stewardesses and Mis- J.Aid rounty For Bradford Court.County; 1 t ;; 48SfEAiCS 1

Council meeting Cltv Hall sionary are asked to attend Plorldn. Henry Tom- 1 35$39 TI! 1I FAIR 1I
Keystone HclRlUs. Builders'time the night In white (Thursday In re: Estate of I is I 1

must building tnte maximum will be started night). llnNOTICBeCCTo'CREDITORS .lad ,LB I
when 1I. (I!)
of .
comOle- creditors
time of All .
and maximum building after contrAct Henry Tomllneon." deceased I"e Vt FARMER GRAY SELF.lfASTING TURKEYS j -
tlon of been sinned. Succ: <*sruibfdd There will be a Thanksgiving are hereby notified and ;. 9f SUPERMARKETS

.r meet furnish homier Blue, prints cer- banquet held at Free Will Baptist reaulrod,,, shave which any they claims may .... :'I i
for foundation nnd Church, November 25: at or aKalnst the said eAtate I UPv5is I II
before closing deal aWoeeaeorvethe 8 p.m. In the offlee of the C"unty.county 16 IBS A : 10 TO 16 LaS 1s j II

rlfcht, to refuse any and The next meeting of the Florida judge" of In the Bradford Courhou.u lat _-__- QUICK FROZEN GRADE A IAROE I I OR BONELESS SHOULDER .I I

all bide.AughtrY Vance AetInR City NAACP will be held November Bradford six County calendar.. Florida months .39r.if' I CLOSED
Vance within BAKING HENS.
Aulthtry 24.
ll-ij U 11.16_ from the date of the first !
Clerk publication of till. notice. AGAR'S I tlJ-q j e THANKSGIVING, NOV. ]S.I .
Each, claim or demand must QUICK FROZEN GRADE A YOUNG

the In 1 wrltlnllr>lac. 'of and residence. n"t, sand CANNE DUCKS 59< i ij I

address of the i PRICES GOOD THROUGH
o.totflce claimant and must he sworn.. IB BOS-ARMOUR OR HONTSUCKLI | $109 WEDNESDAY, I
his a..nt. .aauw .uno .m' LIGHT a DARK MIAT TURKEY .
GAINESVILLEBusiness to by the claimant or i It will become 1I I.J.CIIICI:. iI i quanflty'rigllft' reiseirved.
01' his attorney ;

I tt.e(; void" according AttS'. Vo7nns.n to law.. ; N x369 ROAST. $2.79 | I I II I

Maggie or the Eatat.ot .
Directory Henry Tomllnaon. d.c.aa. nNI TASTI LIANTINaiR FLORIDA OR ADI*A'

First.d.; publication on Nov. S, CilUCK SLICEDBACON GROUND FHESHFRYERS

AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES George Attorney H.for Pierce Admlnlatrlx STEAK 1anry BEEF
I I 11-& 4t 11.21 .

I .
'. Conn 58 La 49' 3 LBS
BRASINGTON Johnson & Faris Inc. ntyCounrrr
ofThe-f. Florid flap II Oda "KO OVER La
Truba J.
In reEitate' of
CADUJUAb OLDSMOBUJB o5EEDIPIANTS- Wynn d.I'.as.d. rnr.nirons

SALES A SERVICE: Insecticides-Pet BaptlleeFERTILIZED All credltnrir of the estate

fin Selection! .. Used Can Itf Tr"hlJ.. notltlrd Wynn decea.ed.and 1'-

Takea Oa Cidlllte Trade are hereby to file any claims or d...
We Rent Fertilizer Sprasdut
1001 N.W. 13th Ph. ITS-SMI 224 N.W. 8th Ph. IT84478 ,.garnet' .which ald' r tl\t.tlleV In maY the. of.i PANTItr PRIDECRANBERRY QUALITY Tri-V >yWHOll Oce>an Spray LESUEUREARLY NIBLETS


Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA GLASS the Ida cnurthouee within the dAte Six Bf at cslendarmonth'from the StarkeFlor.first. nub-. J: .s SAUCE

LIDDELL piece clwriting aim or of of residence and demand this must notice.moat and\state I>basin o.tof.flc. the. 4/89< 1 oxCANS 6/l/ CANS 29ox 3/$1/ CANS'10* ', CANS 17oz 4/l 12ozCANS. .

nddress of the claimantand
4 wheel drive and ears Glass Company | must be sworn to by the

Sales ParU Service claimant.: hie agent. or his vola at.
be come
"01.. For Every Purpose" or 1
Clean Used Toyota' ..cond. '"
1700 N. Main 378-1264 Store Fronto-ABrrors September 11. A.. D 1970.
1 Tub Enclosures--Bhowere 'Villard E. F.Wynn WYNN l WHOll FANCY
1 1 P1 IN HIAVV $t.Ur
n. Drown

tate of Truba J. Wynn de.

Linooln Mercury | NEW LOCATION cea.edlrat :NS PLUMS POTATOES
122 So. Main GalneSTftleS7ZS1 ) publlcatlonl0 6tie. 11 1. I'I1I

2291 N. Main Gainesville i i37M2S1 I I I 1: 1101I 460&4/$1 320z 48Can 3/99/ < 3/95 CANS 29oz 4/l

13omeMertvr7CougarContInental MEN'S WEARSTAG'N

ot I I X I J I I

DRAG Golden RipeBANANAS CM":"'':' "''"?':"", I IM.O."O HOLIDAY FAVORITE! I

Mark HI Enutih Ford" I I :: LANCER'S *" 1
Crlffla Bulls VMM ROSE
Cleanest Tfoed! Oar* An.W&bte, Arrow Shirt. FlonkelBs Skew I I MIXERS 4 DM ouAit.otrii 1 PUMPKIN I IPIE'S

Formal ResUb I Ie. I
I ,Ji:' .5/89 $2088
Beauty Academy Ladle Sportswear _,n: 0 1

2 STORES-11 W. TJN1VJUUUTIand A. rCharley .-------- I fwcoimi----------- I
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Beauty AcademyLearn I 1 I ... .110......... ,

MUSIC 8" :
a. Profession In Tour < I I

Spare Time. Full! or Put Time t LB I 41th x 1.99i 45th 99 SIZESPOON
219 N.W. 10th 378-2758 Johns 1I QUART QUA" ,
ELECTRIC MOTORS About This Question 1 1 i 1

-< 4" .MUSK-. 'Our firm that all or EMPERORGRAPES PASCALCELERY
Motor Repair
.hoee employees handlingthe TANGERINESBANOUIT ; IF APPLESHOLIDAY

Inc. O"Tflle mopping Ctr. S7Z-SMX firm's money be bond POTATOES

Of OftlOMYlll Rewinding. i ed. Doe; your agency also ..: 1

Repalrln.T New and-Used MOVERS apply bonding where required I.CH3C .; resh 2.3c.! .LARGI19C

t81( N. W. mil Ph. S71-UU I for public officials -

Farm and Indnstrial Lent DlaUne* M.vhg
Equipment Stone Facklar

Santa Fe Tractor, I Free'. crating Estimates- 8hlpl CanHILL'S Charley t. OR PUMPKIN MINCE Lt OIL'88C] : u POTATOCHIPS- 'N SERVE.-. r am w **


Farm SALES Tractor_ EQUIPMEUT PART:. SZRYICE ImptemwUUSED : I' Van Service, Inc. 131 Phone So. Walnut St. 3/85< an:: TWIN38c 3/l 2 99

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4488 N. W. 6th S7S-2548 I

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"" "..''''''--- George Saxon : <,. ,': '':,; .. (".: -i? ,' ... ', ".....,.,..; :.1f'
{ ; }\:';.,'. : ,!" ({ .(7 l"3 .; /< ,:.' (p< fr:
,..>'"'c "; U ,'/ '
( .: r'I a ;, .;.
r George Saxon 88, of Hampton \j' 1.1 "
ffJMtut eeti died Thursday Nov. 12, < :

'. i In after Bradford an extended County Illness.Hospital He t 'fmg 1 lJuJff llk: W tf tPI ilt ii 9i t II

was born In Bradford Coun-
';>>>''''''''''9.>! :::;:; ;:>: .CC.CCiC CC. ty on March 20 1882 and had I

lived here all his life. He wasa
Miss Kate StruthMiss John H. MoseleyJohn retired farmer and a mem-
ber of the Methodist Church.
Kate Struth 70, of Henry Moseley, 79, of Kirk Saxon Hampton; two FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRIST School 9:45: a.m.Morning -
Starke died Saturday in a Starke died Sunday Nov. IS, daughters, Mrs. Cleo Hunter BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Sunday: Bible Study 10 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 a.m. Youth
Jacksonville hospital after a at his home after a linger- Fort Lauderdale and Mrs.Ire- Cor; 4sh & Chestnut. Sunday 301 North behind Tas- Morning Worship and Communion Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morning Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
short illness She was born in ing Illness. Born in Alicia, ta Garofalo Apopka; one sister School 9:30; Morning Worship, tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Service 11 a.m. Evening ser- Worship II a.m.; Evening Wednesday 8 p.m.
Waldo on August 4, 1900 the Ark on Dec. 17, 1890 he wasa Mrs Minnie Weathersbee II; Luague 4 p.m. Night Service, School 10 a.m. Worship Service vices, 6.Wednesday. Worship 7:30 p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burrh
11 and 7 Prayer Meeting 7:30
daughter of the late William H. retired railroad mall clerk. Pompano Beach; and three 6 pmRev.. Jasper Williams a.m. p.m. Worship service p.m.; Wednesday. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
for the Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- -Rev. J.C. Saunders. pastor
and Kizziah Green Struth She He had lived in
grandchildren. 7 Minister Jack P. Bell.
pastor. p.m. Highway S-100 A, Starke (Grif
was a member of the First past) 18 months and was a Funeral services were held dayLeroy
United Methodist Church of member of the First United at 4 p.m. Saturday in Jones Olive pastor, E.L. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL fls Loop).
SMYRNA MISSIONARY Griffin, associate Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning
Starke and took an active partIn Methodist Church. with De- pastor. Sunday9:45" : a.m. Sunday
Memorial Chapel Rev.
CHURCH"Sunday Worship Training ,
his wife CloeF.
its Wor-
affairs. Surviving are Interment School II a.m. Morning
Witt T. Farabee officiating. -
Surviving are three sisters Moseley and a daughter was in Hampton Cem- 633 W, Pratt St. Sunday services DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Morn ship 6 P.m. Training Union 7 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.
Mrs. Leah Bauknlght and Mrs. Mrs H. H. Adams both of with DeWitt C, Jones : Sunday School 10 a.m. BROOKER ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening, p.m. Evening Worship Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wed..
etery Preaching 11 a.m. Training Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Worship 7. -James Shaw, -' nesday 7:30.Rev, Don R.
W.L. Edwards both of Jacksonville Starke; one son, James E, Funeral Home in charge. pastor Wednesday7:30" : Prayer Services -
and Mrs Esther Moseley, M.D., Knoxville' Union, 5:15: p.m. Evening Worship ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 1st and 3rd Wednesday Drawdy Pastor

Johnson Plant City; and one Tenn.; five grandchildren, and 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. p.m.. Training Union 6 p.m.- night- p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
one great-grandchild. M. CampanellaDr. :rElder: A.G. Flynn, "pastor ?Rev., Lacy Conway pastor.
brother Merrill Struth,Starke. BROOKER BAPTIST Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
Funeral services were held Funeral services were held CHURCH. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning Wor-
2:30 Tuesday in Jones CONGREGATIONAL
at 2:30: p.m. Monday in the at : p.m ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship
First United Methodist Church Memorial Chapel with Rev.De- Mario Campanella 59, METHODIST CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun-, Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; ;
7:30 Prayer Meeting 7:30
with Rev. DeWitt T, Farabee Witt T, Farabee officiating. Interment retired naturepathlc physician, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ;Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship day School 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.pan;
officiating Interment was in was In Crosby Lake died upon arrival at Bradford Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- 'Services, 11 a.m and 7:30: p.m. tol, Superintendent. Training ning Worship 7pm.;Wed. Prayer Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
after- Kldd pastor. Union, 6:45: p.m Lowell Doug"las Meeting and Bible Study 7
the family plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery County Hospital Monday vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, -Rev. Y.W.
Cemetery with DeWitt C, Jones noon after a sudden illness.He 7:30: p.m. Wednesday night Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on. Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
Funeral Home In charge was born in Italy on June prayer meeting 7:30: 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavent Outlaw G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
Mrs. Ida WigginsMrs. 6, 1911 and had lived in the Rev. Neal Starling, pastor EVERGREEN BAPTIST music director. Welcome. Worship 11 a.m. Training

Graham community for the past Highway 125.NorthwestofLawtey Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship

David W. EarnestDavid 25 years. CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 10 a.m.MornIng 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
Ida Wiggins 87, of Surviving is his wife Enes OF PROPHECY BROOKER Worship. 11:15.: Sunday Night HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome
Hampton, widow of H.B. Wig- Campanella; one daughter Mrs. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School -L.L. Parker, pastor.
W. Earnest, 40, died gins, died Wednesday Nov. 11, James Watson, and two grandchildren Worship, 11 a.m.Young Peo- Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m.Rev.. Sunday School, 9:45a.m.: Morn-. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45
Wednesday Nov 11,after a sudden at the home of her sister in all of Graham. ple's Service 8 p.m. Evangelistic Albert Knight, pastor) 'Ing Worship, II, Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
illness. He is survived by Jacksonville after an extended Funeral services were held Service 7 p.m. Wednes- 6:30: p.m. Evening Service 7:30. Youth Group Meeting Sunday 6:30 Sunday School 10 aim Morn-
his E. Earnest, illness. She was born in at 1:30: p.m. Wednesday at the day Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 7:30. P.m. '.ng Worship 11. Training Union
wife Mary
Miami one daughter Leona Charlton County Ga.on May 25, graveside In Crosby Lake Cem- Come and worship with us. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.
Earnest; and two sons, David 1883 and was a member of the etery with J.E. Sherwood minIster -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
and Stephen Earnest all of Hampton Baptist Church. officiating.Intermentwas Worship, 11 aim and 7 p.m.
Hampton. Surviving Is one daughter in charge of DeWitt C, Jones Rev. Fred Johns pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF LEVEL
Funeral services were MOPE
HOLINESS Sunday 10
School MornIng
three sons One Wiggins 100 at Theressa) a.m. -
at 2 Sunday at the grave- 1404 E. Bessent Road
p.m. School 9:45 Mor- Worship 11 Pre-
Sunday a.m.
; a.m.
Starke Leo Wiggins Jackson- Sunday School- a.m;, Morn-
side in Lake Cemeterywith ; SundayPriesthood 8:30
Crosby : a.m.
ning Worship 11 aim Youth LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH Services Booster Band, Young
ville; and Joe Wiggins, Hampton ing Worship- a.m. Training
Rev Melvin Hamel officiating. Sunday School, 10 a.m. sacra. ;
Interment under ; one brother Charlie Hodges Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- Sunday School 9:4: a.m.; merit 6 Union6:30 p.m.; Evening.Worship People and Prayer Service), 6
was p.m.
Macclenny; two sisters ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. Motnlng Worship 11 a.m.; Eve- 7:15 p.m.Wednesday p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
the direction of DeWitt C,Jones Mrs. Eva Menfee and Mrs.Jean William A. Reed. 70, of Prayer Meeting 7:30 hing Worship, 7:30: pint' ;; Mid MondaMia" 7:30: p.m. : Night Prayer Ser- Midweek Service, Wednesday

Funeral Home Thompson, both of Jacksonville; Starke. died in Jacksonville p.m.Rev. 'week Bible Study, Wednesday, WednesdayRelief TuesdayPrimary" 4:30: p.m. vices7:30 p.m. Rev Merle 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland,
seven grandchildren and eight Monday after an extended ill- W.B. Chauncey pastor !!:30 pjn. 7:30 Society Packham pastor. Pastor.
great grandchildren. ness. He was born in Henderson Be In church Sunday : p.m.Jesse
Lacy M. BrownLacy Funeral services were held at Mo. on Oct. 23, 1900, FIRST Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor Pjcosldent.D. Branson Branch
11' aim Saturday in Jones and was a former employee of UNITED METHODIST
with Rev. the Wood Products Co. In STARKE -------- ------ -
Memorial Chapel --- --- -- -- ---------
55,of Starke, Melvin Hamel officiating. Interment Gainesville. Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning i iI ,
M. Brown Surviving are his wife Nel- Worship, 11; Junior and Senior
was in Santa Fe Cem-
died Sunday. Nov. 15, after a MYF groups 6 p.m. t ,
etery with DeWitt C. Jones lie Williamson Reed, of Starke; *
sudden Illness. He was a native WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal
three sons Wm. R. Reed, -
Funeral Home in charge. I
and lifelong resident of Starke; Thomas A. Reed Tam- 7p.m. .
Bradford County and was a pa; and Edward I. Reed, Mlra- 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehears.. t You think you
iI i
member of the Baptist Church John Lee WalkerJohn mar; and two grandchildren. 7:45.

Surviving are his wife Annie Graveside services will be t have problems t
Brown; two sisters Mrs. Mora held in Crosby Lake Cemetery -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. t II
Klondes and Mrs. Rachel Sas- Lee Walker, 72, of under direction of DeWitt C, I I
ser; and two brothers Wilmot Starke died Thursday Nov 12, Jones Funeral Home upon arrival .
and Clyde Brown and four in a Gainesville hospital .f- of relatives from Europe. CHURCH ddr:; EVERYONE !I

grandchildren. ter an extended Illness. He ,
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. MornIng I
born In Live Oak July '
was on
Worship 11 Youth Ser !z:,.
2, 1898, and was a memberof FIRST ASSEMBLYOF I
vice 6:00 Evening Worship I '
: pjn. .
the Baptist Church. GOD CHURCH : HAS :
FIRST ANNUAL Surviving is his wife Lil- 7 pm.'IhUI'tIdV'night trayer Mee t -/r:
lie Mae Walker. Starke three '
; Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
daughters Mrs Ottts Geiger, I ; :l I
MISSIONARYCONFERENCE Worship 11. Royal Rangers, Ivy Luke Pasw. I r
Starke; Mrs. Margaret Shel- 4 p.m. Thursday night Prayer I PROBLEMSl I
nett, Altalta Ga.; and Mrs Meeting 7 p.m. Everyone wel NORTH uB BAPTIST I
Bobby Jean Lovelace Marietta ,come. CHURCH l .
Nov. 18-22 Ga." two sons J.W. Walker -, -Ralph G. Kirkland, pastor. Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ; ,
and Raymond Walker both Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- .
7:00: P.M. of Atlanta Ga.; 17 grandchildren ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training "' n:.,.

Funeral.and two services greatgrandchildren. were held at- CHRISTIAN DIMENSION Jnlon ThursdayTeachers 7:30.Meeting '6:30.: and Prayer Officers I I II !I 4 d 1 I;! I rlllllllllllllrlIII\II I II I !!II!_!! \!i;lll!!l Ij I: !!! !!!' !!:! : !:+;f';itl r'upl'ijijl'!:';!\:!":! iM. :

GUIDE TO LIFE II i !! lli/ I
10 a.m. Saturday In the First Meeting 7:30.: .I I I; II'I, '; /:, : t :
I* :Missioniiires! 'from Christian Church with J.C -Edward C. Harvey pastor. A I ,"" !'" ',I'i"I:,,' "", I
Different Countries!* Brown minister and Rev.Y.W, The Gideon were guest yt n Blur, t wAr. it Ilnrm" !,,!!'I t
Of The World Kidd officiating Interment was speakers in our churches this j a 1 1"Il'/ 1',,' mt' lfoll'/iUIl/ I'' "I'jljI ,
of the ST. fo
in past Sunday and told I HII'tllfo"'it' / / I h
in Evergreen Cemetery .- 'J11"1 +i .
'' 93,000,000 Bibles that have been CHURCH, STARKE f ,
*" Missionary Films .'In Dixie Ga. under direction of to aIn t,
placed all over the world by Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Et 1Hf0 ''1111 I, ': I 11,1, .thI. wy. art otrw. t
hale The DeWitt C, Jones Funeral Home "" I' Hurl tl, 1
Incense""No Pray- ( d I it "'I III'II' :I 1 l Ht'"I1',1/ : I I
their organization. It can cer- Sundays 11 a.m. Morning I I ,"
Love'1 lid 1111/1'1 I I'I
Greater these Bibles and 4th Sunday. 11 a.m W Ill j!! I / ) tp I :
tainly be said that ar, 2nd I
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"God Speaks Tzeltal' Dr. D. W. Whiffen and countless others have been --John M. Flynn Rector. IIIuD'II! ',:;':,..W -: ?:r..4Pt( I II., III l I ,! ''I'll Ii "ter" the ]amp;,.' I turned/ i:1: :II IIII

the "... light that shlneth in a I 'hll'Ut't'1I j
History of the Pine Presents PaperIn dark place... CD Peter 1:19): 'I In 00'I'I'I hut 1I'/I'JI/ h(',H '/ I : 1
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Level Baptist Church "Godbreathedvolumn \ I ; j II, I I
The Bible Is a & rt'P11rme'toe.!
Presented by :Miss: EuropeDr. and every scripture is AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH I 1\\ Mime,'God' .NMrudp, ol d, Nn" +I. i. IiIi II, I ii 'Irnl'I H/1IIIIII./ ,... IIH'.t' 1rob' j 1:1:
of God. The Bible Sunday School. 10 Morning {I 1 tnt ,.ad'.'n' w, mend tI I'' H' II 1'Ii. gill
Gail Reddish and Mrs. Wayne Whlf- inspired a.m.; red'I,lot N ......dorrmld,faInon wmer.,, I I /not /phmf'e, / floe/ n
meets the needs of men. Worship II a.m.; Evening ::IJ t d el nay' :IJ thdt I e!, I
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I hi.
Geneva man "" ... I '
fen have returned from Through It, the Ignorant may Worship 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer \"\ I" INO' "' -. pn, :.. ..e nI \ H/Ilt'Hitht'ul/ chihlrrn I / /good
Switzerland where Dr. Whlffen be taught, the evil converted, Meeting and Bible Study n Ib.. t It ni I.,M/Ind Nt i. an thin 1 II lI.itllOUt lI"JuII be I I I4"
'tN '
) to the Society \"n e ,, ar ,..\ 1 /'JOJ Iemn,.
presented a N
paper .. .
corrected and all 7 Young Peoples Meeting but
of European Optometristsat the erring p.m. I ,...! ,....I' II I ""d""" piewpr' t 11111111 111111 I II I"mi.t'" lie rlgpi I I''
anIM >'t/'e
their annual meeting.The men trained brought in righteousness to "perfec- G.F.every Prevatt Monday, pastor.7 p.m.Everyone t.,1,II ,.. ., NN+IL..""m.ul/" "+ At / "LI t'/II., ith t", ht'HI' OUI'
Men \
are -\It
Pine Level meeting Included repre- tion" and a well-rounded and Welcome. I I t :: :\ ,:;+a:::" MldI''n' ;' \ IliII I II II III dao, "renrn'; p nrl/ 'hu'.h' ; Sum I
sentatives of all European coun- l .eN.Nr + lull 111111 I Ii III wnrl .
complete life in Christ throughthe tbrltn .. ntdenI I II'
In. ,
well Canada U.S.A., : ,...\, I. ."-JUI' ath/
tries as as life
teaching and discipline of ( I' "II enl ....'..,...N d h" Lesnine I then
Baptist Church Cameroon Czechoslovakia and India South and Africa the, the Bible. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Vn rt,..,Oft. : .' ".,,I vti iIii II II l.OI'l( )" hi Ii I i I

4. :Ml. West! on Hwy. 100 lectures were Into translated French Eng-simultaneously It understand is Important that for a everyoneto closed Opportunities STARKE for Service: I \ 1Vrpen..NIn/ :::;,;+ :I ; I 1111111 I I
Starke. Fla. lish, Italian Spanish and Ger- Bible is not has a no magic religious charm value.It that. ing Sunday Worship School at 11,sermon.9:45: ; Morn-"The ::1 \il S ,.,M ,II : +l C.i.*>an III 1 A!*11 11i I d.rr I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIjjjlllllI '

man.While Whif- wards off all evil merely because Redemption That Is In Christ I III I t I II I
in the Illlllllll
Europe I
I I IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIjjjjj I I I I I IjjIjjjIjjllllllllj
fens also toured Southern Germany It is present in the home. Jesus." Training Union 6:15: -i =,!IIIIIII Ij !

Austria and Switzerland Closed the Bible unread is powerless and unstudied but the Evening"Possessing Worship Our, 7:30: ,Possess-sermon, I_.___ __ __ _____ _____ __

-- Bible bring principles "
open can ions.
I Into one's life that overcome MondayYouth Choir 7 p.m.
11// evil. TuesdayJunior Choir, Mission STARKE "66"
ritFish&-M tlt One should study the Bible for Friends Girls in Action, FLORIDA
it is genial to every individual 3:30: p.m.?Primary Choir, Girlsin SERVICEBill
O for spiritual guldence.The Action 4:15: p.m S j4Carl ,c; PEST
Scriptures are the "bread of WednesdayCommunity Edwards Ph. 964-7231
Market life" and are essential to Thanksgiving Service Madison t

Christian faith and conduct. Street Baptist 7:30: p.m .'- ... :> I ONTROLL Tire Truing
t I It The Bible helps one to adjustour -W.A. Hogan, Pastor -- .
K"7 K.: IUtO\VMBE ST. l'n.9.0077 dally living to conform with Headlight Adjusting

t a success.divine pattern It is like that a road gurantees map. MADISON STREET Hurst Phone 964.6111 pnytru fp Brake Service
FRESH PORK SALE As we travel through whether life we Opportunities for service: Wheel Balance and
check the to see
FRESH HAMS . lb. 69c.. we are on map the right road that Sunday School 9:45 a.m Mor- 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Alignment
will lead us to the destinationwe ning Worship at 11.Training Un- 24-HR. WHJ\.I\! ; ; or..U'It,; ;

FRESH BACKBONE. lb. 69c.. want to reach. ion, 6:15: ; WUM Prayer Circle Hiway 301 and 100 Phone 964-5745 for FREE PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
7:15 Evening Worship 7:30.:

t Fresh Pork Shoulder (whole) lb. 49c '. urged A celebrated his patients psychiatrist to read the MondayYouth 7 Choir Practice *10 S. Temple Starke Inspections and Estimates AU Minor Repairs

Fresh Pork Side (Ribs In) lb. 59c.. an Bible honest because portrayal in it of one life finds with TuesdayMission, p.m Friends 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke

Girls in Action Acteens, 3:3(
its failures and successes. Let :
t SMOKED BACON one read study and transform p.m. RA's 6 p.m. Meeting
failures in life to success for WednesdayPrayer
Business Meeting 7:30 EDWARDSgrocery
WHITE BACON (NOT SLICED 39 L eternal Minister p.m. Church Choir Practice
t ) J.C. Brown '
I It First Christian Church 8:30: SUPPLIES, Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO.
Smoked Picnic Hams Denton Sumrall, Pastor

Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed ]Better Service For Your
Smoked KNUCKLE BONES lb. 29c ASSEMBLY OF GODA Complete Paint Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems
wish to express our sin
t cere appreciation to everyonefor Gospel Sing will be held at Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts

Fresh Ground Hamburger all kindnesses rendered the First Assembly of God U. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance!
during the Illness of Oletha Church Saturday night, Nov. 14, "Check With Us First"

t RIB STEW 3 Ib. 159 Manning and for all expression at 7:30: pm featuring the C.A PHONE 961.5312 1,5811'. Call l Ph. 964-0381
of sumpathy duringour Quartette. Free admission 219 Washington St. 961-5270
1 1t bereavement.Ford Everyone welcome.
Manning family and .
-- Mrs. Hester Thomas. family. CLAY
Fresh Cedar Keys Mullet l 3-lb.. $1.00 .1JII WE DON'T HAVE i IT
w.'U gel i .u Owned By Those We Sere In Twelve
ADDUfJ MA CHINES I Ma* for ;you. onto>* Northeast: Florida Counties "llelpinj Our Members live lIett.1'F.lectrJeally"KeYl'tone -
t rah er eteetrte.:: Per. ..!. Mseal. Supplies Furniture. Eqafc.
Plenty Fresh Shrimp & Oysters Add rabtrMt. credit. to* meat.1'eJe"pII.- Bradford CO'UAti Heights-Phone 173.4911

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[ KEYSTONE : HEIGHTS: -- MELROSE I It's here now not there. Posts Incumbents In December Unopposed 1 ElectionTwo For Council

For a number of years we read in the daily news

- '" media of the drug problems in the larger populated areas.
Fortunately, being in the rural areas, we were able to

Keystone HilitesBy look down our nose and say that it did not affect us. incumbents, Mrs. Joy that county the Requirements be desirable are for

Times have changed, the picture has changed and Baker and Everett R. Fox, buslnss or industrial purposes -

I r the problem is here. This Is not to say the vast majorityof qualified Monday night, with- and on a network of
BEIFEA'Please N I young folks are hooked but it is to say that it is out opposition, for the two up- roads and railroad. When he
coming vacancies the
: Call 473-3288 of on Key- said would like land of
or 473-4182 time for.parents and others interested in the welfare stone Heights City Council.Both they
the young folks to become concerned and not ignorethe will seek re-election for two- 100 acres or more, Councilman -

PERIL OF DRUGS drug situation any longer. Members of the school year terms In the December I Roy Watkins commented
TOPIC AT PTA gland then out to Oklahoma' 'faculty are presently attending special classes for teacher city election. there is "very little acreage
within 10 ,miles of
visiting friends and relatives. and student education of drug abuse and drug use. Keystone
PTA MEETING- Thursday, House guests of Rev. and, While there apparently aren't addicts per se in The two council posts will Heights that can be bought.iiiiioii ".
Nov. 19, 8 PJn. at the Mrs. Milton Scripture this week be the only offices on the bal
Keystone have been Mr. and I Keystone ,it is a known fact that a number are playingwith lot.
School Lunchroom. Slyh of Hilllard, Ohio.Mrs. Leroy ,.: the stuff. Playing with drugs is a modern rage of
Speakers for Dutenau the Meeting will Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wil' Russian roulette with a bottle of booze thrown in. If Electors were certified at :
Mlrla and
be Dunlap of the College of Perry Phar- liams have returned from a and when the "proper" combination comes up, a mind last week's regular council
months' vacation In Maryland. can be blown for good. meeting, after registrationbooks
at the
macology University of
Florida. Their topic will be While away they visited their OUr modern day law makes it extremely hard for had closed for the Dec. By Joyce Howe
"THE PERILS OF DRUGS". daughter and son-in-law, Dr. law enforcement officers to build an "air tight" case I election. Inspectors Mildred .. r II
election Mrs.
for the
Everyone Is Invited to hear and Mrs. Jack Davis of Silver ear / eY p th necessary to keep the judge from throwing it out on Sutton, Mrs.are E. Man-
vital Springs and also friends and 1' S If you are one of those people -
this message. ho a technicality. Mrs. Vlegle Homer,
relatives In Perryville Md. who, are concerned about
WOMAN'S CLUB Sympathy Is extended to,Fmak What can you do? Lots of things. If you have any Gordon Adams, and Mrs. Luc- pollution, but fell there is nothing

The monthly covered dish Ottinger on the death of his 6 children living at home, whether they're still in diapersor ille Masse, alternate. you can are wrong.
mother. coin to college spend some time with them. You can save your newspapersand
man's luncheon Club meeting of Keystone of the Heights Wo Mrs. F.T.Hogue of Lake Bed ............................................ Watch for sudden changes of behavior or attitude. If police Traffic gasoline: matter allowance, zoning were, and magazines and put them

will be held on Tuesday. Nov. ford has returned from a visit you spot something, but can't pin it down take them among the topics discussed at In the boxes provided at the
24, at 12:30 p.m. for membersand with her daughter In New York. : INDIAN BEACH i iI. to a doctor. Of course they'll object, but who runs your the November 10 meeting.' laundry or at Robinson's Shore
guests. She stopped In Atlanta on her household anyway? Please put them there on Saturdays -

George Wlnterllng. Chief way friends.home where she visited (Lake Santa Fe) i Be fair with your children, but be firm. They must After some question about the of, as the this P.T.A.Is the will day collect members -
Meterloglst of WJXT-TV In have a certain nmount of freedom city paying for gas for an unmarked -
By: : Michael H. Citify but not unlimited.
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. SImeral : them. You can also pick up
the council votedto
Jacksonville will be the car,
guest of Lake Brooklyn celebrated S Phone 475-1612 Unfortunately raising a child isn't as easy as conceiving allow Police Chief Wally all those aluminum cans off
Mrs. one but parental responsibility starts with the roadside and out of
public Is cordially Invited Simeral's birthday and con Muhlhofer a $30 monthly gaso- your
their 21st Woodward the ception and never ends!lIt's yard and give them to some
to the program which will wedding Anniversary It seems that wild turkeysare Tony spent line allowance for his personal -
at the with T.C. Miller who your job as a parent to read member of Mrs. Feltons sixth
begin at ]1:30 p.m. at the Club- Rldgewood Restaurant plentiful for our neighborsthis weekend everything about car, with the provisionthat
house. It is hoped that all the In Daytona Beach. Join- year. T.C. and Jeff Miller was home from Lake City Jun- drugs you can lay your hands on, see movies, attend he have It marked. Mayor grade class. They are saving
members will be present for ing them in the celebration were and a friend, Tony Wood- ior College and they went hunt lectures, talk to other parents and most important to Ray Starnes, who suggested the them to turn them back so the
this fine program. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis ard. got these three nice hens ing. Lou took her mother, Mrs. your own children. It's not 100 percent, but you'll be allowance, said the chief uses aluminum can be recycled and
and daughter, Barbara, and last Saturday, and Glen Grif- Ruby Dyal of Gainesville, to doing everything you can. the car frequently on calls when used again. If you do not know
ROTARY CLUBAt Mrs. Davis's father Mr. Jac- fin killed one on Sunday. Looks catch a bus Tuesday to Charleston the other policeman, Tom Bry- anyone In this class, contactme
the regular weekly lunch- obbl, all of Daytona, and Mr. like there will be plenty of S.C. where she will stay ant, has the city patrol car In and I will see that they

eon meeting of the Keystone Simione of Gainesville. After meat on the Thanksgiving table with another daughter, Mrs. ATTND YOUR PTA MUTING NOV. 19, 8 P.M. use. The Clay County Sheriffs are picked up.
dinner they had coffee and cake Nell Thorne who is The PTA is also
Heights Rotary Club, Mr. Banksof for these families! expecting. department has supplied a sponsoringa
the Jacksonville Office of at the home of the Davis's. While in Jacksonville, Lou and ......................................A... radio, siren, and light and bake sale at the Post Office
Social Security was the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Knox of SURPRISE PARTY her daughter Joan went Christ- magnetic police signs are on Saturday, Nov. 21. So If you
Bronx, N.Y. were recent guests Peggy Shaughnessy mas shopping. order for the sides of the car. don't feel like doing a lot of
HERE N' THERE of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. SImeral. prised Sunday night by was a sur- E.W. Revels asked me to Inform Three Youths baking. for Thanksgiving stop
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert With- They have traveled south to her friends from St. Johns groupof everyone that they havea Keystone On a request to place "six by and pick up some goodies.
erill of Keystone have returned Keystone and are looking around River Junior College. While Revival in progress this week to eight cars on the back of Don't forget that there is a
Florida for a retirement home. at Ellam Baptist Church In Mel- the lot" for a used car lot revival atEllam Baptist Church
from a trip through New En- she was in Gainesville pick-
Mrs. Knox is an old friend of classmate rose. Everyone is invited to Drug Charges at former Candy's service sta- each night this week beginningat
Ing the
a rest
Parties Given Mrs. SimeraPs-they have cor- came up out and decorated, the come. tion on Highway 21, the coun- 7:30: p.m. Why not come out
responded over the years but Jackie Lanier's mother, Jer- cil voted four to one to ask and rededicate your life?Evan-
For Janis Paul had not seen each other for ten day house party and had to celebrate a surprise her birth-19th ri Coman of Jacksonville, is Arraignment of two Keystone operation with the Keystone the zoning board for an opin- gelist I.C. Connie Johnson, pastor -

At years. birthday when she Improving following surgery. Heights youths on charges of Heights police department. ion. The area Is not zoned of the First Baptist Churchof
KeystoneMiss Also visiting with the SIm- Hamburgers and Cokes returned. Jackie's grandmother, Mrs.Ju- possession of Illegal narcoticswas for a used car lot, and neitheris MIddleburg will be the speaker. -
eral's recently was Dr. Wongof were lia Thornton had a stroke two set for 2 p.m. Thursday, Another Keystone Heights It for a service station. Everyone is Invited to attend -
Janis Paul, whose mar- the University Hospital In served. Monday night some of weeks ago, and has been in Nov. 19, before Circuit Judge youth, Sandy Grayson, 17, was The station location was there ,
her friends
out for Cokes
riage to George Stanley Owens New York. Dr. Wong lives In and came serious condition since. On the Marlon Gooding in Green Cove among seven junior college and when the zoning ordinance was With Christmas about month
Jr. will be an event of Nov. 22 Queens L.L, N.Y. and also birthday cake. brighter side, they have a new Springs. high school students arrestedin passed and so a permit to reopen away, it would be nice if the
was honored at a tea Sunday, visited with friends in the Park PERSONALSMy nephew, Richard Clayton Lake City last week on drug the station Itself granted, clubs in the community would
Nov. 8 given by Miss Sally of the Palms.AMERICAN Youngblood. The proud parentsare Nathan Raymond Bruce, 19, charges. but not for the used car lot. It get together and plan a community -
Jones at her home on Lake parents, James and Cricket Nancy and Dicky Young- and a juvenile were arrestedat was pointed out that there is Christmas party for the
Keystone, assisted by her mother LEGION visited A.B. and Katie Howard blood. a dance in Keystone Heightson Grayson was charged on two no location within the cltv limits chlrldren of this area. The
Mrs. William Isaac Jones. The American Legion spon- and family In Starke Wed- Sam, Dorothy, and Charles October 31, after which the counts each of sales and pos- zoned for a used car lot. Halloween party was such a
Mrs. S. Bland Ware greeted sored a Veterans Day Programon nesday night. My brother Henry Butler of Ormond Beach juvenile was released in the session of organic mescaline, success, this seems like a good
guests at the door, and Wayne, who is living and em- and was placed under $2,000 Seven visitors attended with idea to '
presented November 11 at the City Hall. were weekend guests of Mrs. custody of his parents, and me.
ployed now in Jacksonville
them -to the receiving line The ,was Jo bond. requests for "noparking"signsa Seems like
invocation was given by home with Strandberg.Fred the 19-year-old was placed under everyone Is sell-
composed of Miss Jones, Miss Pastor Stewart McCord of the Don Norris us for of the Jacksonville weekend and Vera Swearingenwere bond of $1,001.In The arrests, which followedan few feet from he Lawrence ing something. PTA membersare
Paul and her mother, Mrs. In Jacksonville Blvd. Hwy. 100 Intersection; selling Stanley
Keystone Community Church. Janet Nichols of GaInes- Sunday, Investigation by a special Degreaserand
Carlton Paul. The Principal Speaker was Howard ville and friend and visiting Vera's sister who is connection with the same agent of the Federal Bureauof street lighting on Nelson'sPoint other products. The Jun-
a Ronnie
The tea table was covered Day of St. Johns River Waters In the hospital. They also vis- offense, officers said. Christopher Narcotics, were made by and some correction of ior Woman's Club Is selling
spent Sunday with
with a white linen cutwork embroidered Junior College whose topic was My aunts, Clara Sullivan and us. ited their son Len and his Ward Zowarka, 17, was the Columbia County Sheriffs the turn-off drop onto the road pollywogs. Not the live kind,
cloth centered withan "Should God Bless America?" Teenle Crenshaw wife Linda and their daughter arrested on November 2 and Department and the Lake City; leading Into Nelson's Point. the candy, _kind with caramel,
arrangement of white chry- ter Joan and and daugh- Tammy Lynn In Jacksonville.Mrs. also laced under $1.001 !bond. police. Speeding through the city,parti- pecans :milk. chocolate. A
Buddy and Merle
santhumums and gladioli BRIDAL SHOWERA Ellis David Reid and sons cularly by construction trucks, box costs. fifty; cents and I believe -
flanked by silver candelabra'with miscellaneous bridal visited us on Sunday al- of Jacksonville spent Wednes- The youths were arraignedon Five of those arrested, Including was complained of; and private all members have them.
white tapers. so. day with Mr. and Mrs. D.W. direct information : business-log'along/ Lawrence -
shower was held on Thursday filed by Grayson, were students
Assisting In serving were -4 .., Carpenter. State 'at the -BlvcU need ,.wowing, it, P.T.A.
evening at the home of Mrs. AttoroeyRjkhard, Cobb. Lake' City Community10: ., ,
!Mrs.\ Amy T. McElrath, Mrs.N. N.W. Hardenburgh on Lake Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Raines Lamar and Gladys Malphurs The arrests weremade by Deputy 'College, and the other two attended was rep rted.04JaW. 1m > ; The Melrose PTA will meet
Watson Hardenbergh Jr., Geneva for bride-elect Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Raines were down from Friday to Tuesday Sheriff E.L. Jones in co- Columbia High School. .in Monday, Nov. 23 at the old
Mrs. Thomas Garner, Mrs. whose wedding to Stanley Owens spent the weekend at their cot- and their children visited After the complaint of the
Rodney Paul and Miss Nell will be an event of Saturday tage. them over the weekend. lights at the city; parks being (Continued on Next Page)

Jones. evening, Nov. 21. Other hostesses left on 24 hours. Chairman
for the occasion were Mrs. a :::: 2YR: w .- Hornets Sting Indians 20-14 Everett Fox promised to see
On Thursday, Nov. 12 Miss ;
Alex Brokas, Mrs. Thomas that the timer Is reset. Play- KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
Paul was honored at a bridal Garner and miss Amy Mc-

shower Geneva.. Watson at Hardenbergh the home of on Mrs.N. Lake. Elrath.enjoyed Twenty-seven the festivities.guests The I i.ofe nmu.-l Lee And Oglesby Lead The SwarmThe asked are ers at the to the last turn tennis to lights play courts,off although if they are

with Mrs.
Hardenburgh home was decora- By the timer will go off at 11 p.m.
Hardenbergh were Mrs. Alex ted in pink, purple and white
Brokas, Mrs. Thomas Garner with a large pink bridal um- Mayo Hornets, led by Lee Then came the Inevitable on- Finance chairman Joy Baker
and Mrs. Amy T. McElrathThe brella the focal point As't' COMMUNITY CHURCHThe Church proposed Budget for and Oglesby, stung the Keystone side kick, which everyone In commented that the city Is now
refreshment table was slstlng the hostesses in serv- November General MeetIng 1971. Mr. Turknett gave an inspiring Indians with a 20-14 defeat last the stadium thought Keystonehad In new budget year, and that DIRECTORY
covered with a pale pink cloth ing was Mrs. T.F. Howell. of Community; Church Wo- talk on the meaning of Friday night. The team Bilge recovered(Including Mayo), on last year's budget a total
and held a white-Iced cake Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Alton men was held on the 9th at making a Commitment. Here- Lee and Lang Oglesby tallied but the referee said different.An of $839 budgeted was not spent.
sprinkled with fresh violets. and Mrs. and Mrs.Robert Men- the Educational Building. Pre- tofore, many people have reframed all 257 yards of Mayo's rush- on-side kick must go 10 "And that's operating on a BEAUTY SHOP
The gifts were on display zen hosted a barbecue on Fri- sident Mrs. Wyman opened the from making a money- Ing attack, as well as all 3 yards before the kicking team balanced budget," she said.A .
under a pink net umbrella with day evening at the Golf and meeting with prayer, and introduced tary (pledge) as It was then touchdowns. can recover It, unless the receiving -
clusters: of pink Ilowers.Approximately Country Club, for many of their Mrs. Peggy Gayle who called, due to circumstanceswhich team touches (or Is receipt of deposit has come KEYSTONEBEAUTY
30 guests friends. Out of town guests here led the devotional on the sub- they felt might hinder After driving 52 yards down touched by) the ball. Well, the from Wayne Geiger, Clay county -
called between the party hours. for the occasion were Mr. and ject of "Weakness In Strength." their continuing. But this din- to Keystone's 25, Mayor's hero, play took place right In frontof tax collector, representingthe SHOP
Mrs. E.P. Menzen, former Key- Program Chairman, Mrs. ner meeting was to enable the Elige Lee, found an opening and me, and I say the ball toucheda first installment of this EDITH .
Walter Grolick Introduced the Trustees to further explain the raced In for his first TD with Hornet before Keystone recovered JOHNSON. Owner
stoners, now of Naples,and Mr. taxes. Council voted to Personal
and Mrs. Benjle Massey, the guest speaker of the evening need of an annual budget and 2:46 left in the first quarter, It. This play will no have him bonded for $5,000 and Creative Hair Sty!.
tile OdtmEVl Inr Every
former Angela Alken, of Palat- Mrs. R.P. Vogh of Melrose the member commitmentson making It 6-0. Lee totaled most doubt be studied on film, and according to state law, and Form of Beauty
-- -- ka and Mr.and Mrs. Paul Davis, who narrated colorful picturesof which the budget can be of those 52 yards which set up the call protested. No matter also voted to bond Bud Bee- Monday-Toes.-Sat. 9-$; closed
her recent trip to the Orient. figured. Copies of the proposed the score. what the results are this play
1- brother of Mrs. Alken,of Lithia ler for a minimum bond to
LOTS Springs, Ga. Countries visited Included budget were handed each mem- Mayo's Curtis Watson recovered will long be remembered by collect occupational licenses'on
Free China Formasa ber together with a commit- Head Coach Rov Bavless] and NURSERY
..oaw4M.y Japan, or a fumble on the Key- the job' when businessmenare
..:;; 14tW Hong King. China and So. ment card for Sunday, Nov. 14, all us Indian fans.
I'' GOLF COURSE stone 48, late In the first,which in Keystone Heights for
Last week's Ladles winners Korea. There were many tem- was to be Commitment Sun- set up the second period score. Coach Bayless says he is only one or two days on a job. O.C.
were low net Martha Hayes ples and statues of Buddah, and day.The The Hornets flew on in, with real proud of this performanceby Carnes Nursery
r and Fran Chessington tied, and also of the Slnto religions. To attendance was unusually Lee going the final 6 yards his boys, and termed it as Councilman Gay Livingston,
"Anyone" who. thinks dirt low putts, Lucille Starnes.Joan an American, the American good, the table decorated with for the score, with 1107; left, one of their best games of the local representative on the Clay Thousand of plants
is cheap never looked for a Wright was the winner of the University In So. Korea, is the fruits of the harvest, green and the score was 12-0. season. He said that even though County; Development Authority, Fruit Trees-Shade!' Trees
lot to build house" on." nine-hole group. the largest in the World, with sprays, and nestled within were After a personal foul calledon they had lost the week before, told councilmen the Authority; ,Evergreens
a the contrast, as Mrs. Vogh red berries, grapefruit, oran- Mayo, and a first down on and are usually down after a is looking for acreage to buy. Camellias & Azaleas
spoke of the extreme povertyof ges and kumquats. Mr. Turk- the 12, picked up by Quarter- loss, the boys were really up lie cited Fleming Island as
So. Korea, were poignant nett left the thought that "Ste- back Mike Grace, Keystone for this game. And after a one recent purchase by the MOST ALL IN CANS
points of her lecture. wardship Is an Act of Love found Itself In scoring terri game like this one, Greenville PLANT ANY TIME
ENJOY A While on this tour, which and Faith." Pastor McCord tory. Grace then spotted Steve better look out Friday night. Beautiful Roses _
was by Chinese freighter, Mrs. gave the closing Commitment Heptlnstall all alone and com- This game, the last of this My Neighbors LandscapingPhone
MERRIERCHRISTMAS Vogh had a colorful Mandarin Prayer. pleted an !11-yard pass play for season, will begin at 8 In Green :

11) gown of red satin embossed the touchdown. Ron Strickland ville. \\1tiliL 659-2165
llCb In gold made for her, and a MELROSE LODGE added the extra point, and closed
reversible cape of green satIn Master A.P. Mailman of Mel- the gap to 12-7 with 4:58 in :>> mm--l.Cr75d4S 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
WITH A lined with white, all em- rose Masonic Lodge In Key- the half. Mayo managed to get 1 L Hwy. 100 at Florahome
bossed, which she modeled.The stone Heights announces and down to the 25, after inter- S i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH i hr,
regular business meeting fol- urges the Lodge members to ceptions both
by teams, but
lowed with roll call for the think seriously about the elect- time ran out killing the drive. .,,; 1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,8 S. E. McKAY. REALTOR
seven Circle, and it appears Ion of officers for 1971. There Curtis Watson recovered an
BANK that last year's winners are are very Important chairs to Indian fumble late In the third Pastor: Rev. Lawrence Carroll vpv KEYSTONK HEIGHTS 473-4S1I
still ahead in attendance, the be filled with officers willingto period giving the Hornets a Sunday SchooI9:45a.m.: ; Mor- Appra.ial Service
Nightengale. give of their time and efforts first down on Keystone's 15. ning Worship 11 a.m. Church Tb Best fat LakWront
LOAN Miss Marilyn Bridges Gen- to the continued advance- Lang Oglesby carried down to Training 6:30 p.m. Evening Home Aermfe. Rental
eral Chairman of the Bazaar, ment of our great fraternity.; the 4, then on the next play Worship 7:30: p.m. ASSOCIATES
K p/ gave a detailed report and The election date Is Decem- he went In to score. Lee then Monday: Youth Choir Prac- :Mrs. :Melba Jltfen 473-4740
Q thanked the Chairmen and assistants ber 8, and all visiting bro ran in for 2 extra points, rais- tice 7 p.m. Home of Mrs. Jo GSM Col. J. Chesiington 473-4679

for their cooperation.As thers are Invited.FELLOWSHIP ing the score to 20-7, with Reed). L. J. Robinson 4754011Hi ;
Gift Money In Time several articles were not 11:02 left in the game. Tuesday: Girls in Action 3:15 "You'd think he invented
Have Enough sold, they were on sale after CLUB Mayo threatened again, but safety."
To Take Advantage Of Best Selection the meeting and will be at the Thirty-four members and the Keystone Defense got tough P.m.Wednesday: Hour of Power
General Meeting, December ?. guests enjoyed a delightful and stopped the Hronets around (Prayer Mtg.) 7 p.m. Adult -
There being no goal set the luncheon and business meeting the 10. Choir Rehearsal 8 p.m.

toyed ones gifts that u. net results appear to be equalIf in the Lions Club Hall on November Hornet fans went wild as their Thursday: Church Wide VisItation : E. 4.A\ D I eAt4TQ tl
Give your friends not better than previous years 12. President Fern Han- hero Ellge Lee scampered over Acteens 3:15 p.m.
regard! You will have a MerrierChriatmas Miss Bridges reported that 311 son greeted members and Introduced E "
pre** your 50 yards for another TD late The Youth Choir, under the Ji l.
making them really happy. luncheons were served. John Jackson from In the game, but a holding direction of Mrs. Jo Reed, per- 1STA J
M you're abort of ash this season and who Decatur, Ga. Vacationers from penalty; brought the ball back formed at the revival at Eliam
Isn't Let's talk it over. COMMITTMENT DINNEROn the north have returned to sun- deep Into Mayo territory. The Baptist Church In Melrose this
November 11, the Church ny Florida Mr. and Mrs. Wat- Indians toughened up again, as past Monday evening with the
Women, with Mrs. William son of Interlachen and aftera Paul Leino is "
Intercepted on his song, "Nothing Impossible.
COME IN GET ACQUAINTED Beam, Sr. and Mrs. Ernest way 21 North Keystone. Ills.
long summer hiatus. Connie 44. Burner hit Heptinstall witha Rev. Carroll attended the
McLean's Circle] acting as hostesses Early and Lotta Wadsworth of pass and he galloped over Southern Baptist! Conference In

KEYSTONE STATE BANK sponsored the Annual Hawthorne were back with us. 50 yards only to be stoppedon Gainesville last week as a mes- Barbecue -- Steaks -- Fresh Seafood
Commitment Family Covered The Lions Hall lent well to the 2. However, Heptin sesger from our Church.As .
Member FJXLC KeyvtoiM Height. FU. Dish Supper at the Educational the luncheon arrangements, and stall took the ball in for the the church nears completion Buffet Lunch Daily
Building] Roy Turknett, Chair- the tables were toappropriate- score on the very next play. we are looking forward to
Your Friendly Bank la Your FriendlyCommunity. man of the Board of Trustees, Ron Strickland added the extra Dedication Day on December Dining Room Open -- 7 a.m.12 p.m.

." I and B.F. Mizell presented (on point and the score was 6. The various committees are
a blackboard) the Communi 'Continued on Next Page) 20-14 with only 1:54: left. busily preparing for this time. For Take-Out Orders Call Ole AI 473-!i)0r :!

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News Notes MELROSEBy. = -

By Helen Egan Joyw Rowe I

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(From Preceding: Page) a laugh, as Axel Malmgren bad ffLRSSIFIEU
some humorous readings, and (From Preceding: Page)

]ly decorated with sprays of were followed with other participants elementary school In joh 1SoD.

''I/ green and branches of the Golden relating Jokes. Ar- A movie will be shown about ,

, Rain Tree. Mrs. Amy Fer- rangements were discussed. the purpose of the PTA.Everyone -
rell and she to the type; of Christmas party -
'f' gave the blessing, Is urged to attend. If
December 10 that the you;: _. ._...
t was the donor of the pretty on
live In Melrose and do not| -- -- -- --- -- --- "'
I.' sprays. members would enjoy. They want to drive there alone, r .
Following luncheon, Mrs. Ethel voted to have an afternoon social AD RATES; FOR SALE .
contact one of the officers. CLASSIFIED COTTAGE: PARENTS-Men cottage HOUSE Kingsley
f." Weyman, Program Chair gathering. Mrs. Lillian They will be going and you JIMMY MOORE'S parents -wanted. Bone Lake. Ph. 064-8211 evenInga PECANS
''' Norwood actas chair- Minimum Charge .... 1.75
, man, Introduced guest artists can probably go with one of SUN SPORTS Married couples, and women end weekenda. Up
y' of music. Mrs. Roy Turlmett man and to pick her own com- them. It Is hoped there will (Covers IS words) ,8&1801'7; starts $347 per month, FOR SALEShelled
and her sister Mrs. Ray Far- mittee members. ; Beautiful+ ,Spinet POano. Priced
be turnout
a large BOAT FOR
MOORE S day 8 hour
per person. week
Each word IS 7o
over -
fls were accompanied on the Election of officers was presented meeting. tcv= Quick Sa>- assume low
piano by Mrs. Marshall Gal- by President ,Hanson, SOc Extra Charge If not YOUR MONEY day. 'Promotional opportunities1; monthly, (payments.. Fully Unshelled
lop. Mrs. Farris narrated the following the motion that there I State Retirement, 'eick: leave, WHOLESALE
| JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB paid In advance guaranteed. Write! Credit Mgr. RETAIL
Starke Ph. 964.5791 Please apply In
several vocal numbers, all of being no nominations from the The Melrose Junior Woman' Box 12564 UvI Sta.,
I which were so Inspiring and floor the nominating slate pre- Club met Monday and began CLASSIFIED DISPLAY person only .Personnel Office, yUle Flat. atp 11-88 Pecans Cracked
Complete Outboard & Buntand Center o.4nesV'&l': '
:! ,
fitting the time of year. sented the following: President plans for the Christmas sea- 1.50 Per Inch
\ The graciousness of these Mrs. Marion Driscoll; 1st Vice Stern Drive Service and Fla. An equal opportunity 'm- CHIHUAHUA ARC. 2 'Males 5c lb.

young matrons and their ren- President Mrs. Mary Wilcox: ; son.They will once again provide Memorial Resolution Repair. Complete Fiberglass player tfichg 6 wko. old $35.00. 3 M1. East:

ditions were heartily enjoyedand Second Vice President, Mrs. lights for the big cedar tree Proclamation, etc -7c word Repair. Custom- oar R. 100 Up C. R. BRADFORDOLIN'S
an Invitation to come again Vera Lambing; Recording and I
In Melrose for a community
CARDS OF THANKS built Fiberglass Fishing I e
was Immediately extended. Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Christmas tree. FEMALE HELP WANTED: :

Emily icon; and TreasurerJu- Santa Claus will once again JO words or less .. ......3.00 Boats SECRETARY Must >ba High
lius Hanson. These officers will MARY School graduate type 40 WPM
arrive at the Post Office to Each word over 50-7o ,
Older people enjoy fun, and be Installed at the Christmas 19 thanksto and take: dictation: at 80 WPM. MOBILE HOME
this time they really had many Party; and assume office at dispense the Junior candy Woman's, Club. FOR RENT One 'traitor! Starting eatery at least $364 SALES

.. the Luncheon-Business MeetIng If email! space; one trams 2 bedroom monthly. call Mr. Rayner
They have also planned to have you own a sports CARTER Starke. Rt. 100
West has
on January 14. Membersmay free coffee and doughnuts. A car Dahm r's Discount has a unfunulshed house One large 431-1212 ltchg ,

Invite guest to the Christmas bake sale will also be held email: azo: 8 track:: Stereo: player storage shed; one mechanic TYPEWRITERS: Manual or 1971 1 and 2 Bedrooms, 12'
301 party.; at this time. for shop; one warehouse on 301
priced formerly $52.50 wide for
GAME DAY: Today (Nov. 19) PAINTSNEW Electric. For sale or rent. -
The Club Is hoping to con- 2Itchr:; 11-19 South of Starke.: Call Mutual
Is Game 1:30 Bradford
Dayat : p.m. vince businessmen and clubsIn Lumber Inc. 964-7490 8 a.m County Telegraph $3,195Custom

PLACE: Lions Club; PURPOSE the community to get together FOR SALE TO HIGHEST to 4 P.m. tfchg
: Have some fun, and en- !BIDDER: 7 residential ITEMS
DRIVEINFRI. and decorate the town .or mebile
refreshments and For Sale 14 ft. refrig-
Joy light a cu.
In a more festive fashion than henna:: lots in Reno: Well SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
social hour or two. In the pest. Let's hope they're situated, high! & dry.' Bids: to Letters, all sizes, colors. Perm- WALL PAPER erator freezer, like new, Built

successful.The fee opened Des:: 1, 1970. Writs anent, for use on wood, glass, $100.00. 21 ru. ft refrigerator
., :SAT.; ,-NOV. 20, 21 EXECUTIVE CHURCH WOMEN BOARD club recently donated$25 Box A, Starke. Fla. 2tbhg 11-26 plastic paper metal, leather. Unpainted Furniture freezer, side by side Wrought Iron Rails for

Ti iple Feature Program The Executive Board meeting to the Melrose School Libraryto WANTED ANYTHING I -Bradford County Wood Graining Kit NEW $360. 15 cu. ft. refrigerator Porches and Patios
purchase easy to read books. Telegraph. UWATSON'S Mobile Home
of the Community Church Women Additions.: Repairs. freezer, with ice Steps

AN ASTOUNDING EXPERIENCE will be held In the Edu- DUPLICATE BRIDGE New Coimruoaoa. Licensedfor K-80 Paint Remover maker NEW, $299.99. 3 Mail Box StandsBrown's
cational Building on November Duplicate Bridge winners oontradtoi.?.-Cairl J. Wile used Electric Ranges 2

Cirnjgt and'Violence' 23 at 1 p.m. with president were left out last week because Bon! 964-6691, Rt. 2, Boot 76-A Houses Washed Rm. Gas Heaters- 744 N. Welding
Mark This Double Barrelled Mrs. House of Vacuums
Wyman presiding.All .
Mrs. Grollck who StarTce. 4tp 12-10 .
Thompson St. Phone 964.6729.
elected officers and ap- Lawn Mowi"- For Rent 556 S. Walnut
NIGHT OF HORROR! the names, was having trouble (Many brands! of new vacuums tfch
pointed committee chairmanare NEW PRIGroAIRE DISH- Phone 9616189or
to be with her phone and I could $394)0) up. Used machines from 102 EAST BROWNLEE
ALL IN! COLOR urged present. not contact her. So I will give WASHER -with "warranty, $150. S10, Expert Repairs ell makes. 964-9958
E. S. Oliver Rt. 2, Box: ;)8-A,
both weeks this week. STREET
PERSONALS Parts and Accessories for all ARE YOU WORTH $18,000
Starke, 96 818. a'p, 11-26
Here are the winners for
Unfortunately, Mrs. John vacuums. Built In Central vac
lllmble, who had an appoint- the first week. Tuesday: Mrs. LOST Pink billfold, Nov. 7 uum cleaning systems. 712 N. IN A YEAR
Ray Becker and Mrs. Phil Kro-
ment for eye surgery, (which on Washington: or) Christian' : Main: Gainesville 376-7110 Host of our men earn less
this reporter stated In last mer, 1st place; Mrs. W.J. Gro GLOVER
Street plcxse
return cards.
)) lick and Mrs. CR Heptlnstall, but are pleasantly surprised -
week's column November
Et:: ice! L. Morris 125 ELECTRICComplete
9, had to cancel same, as she 2nd place; Mrs. Paley Boyd Washington St. itch PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bond VETINARY INJECTABLES I with splendid Income -

suffered a fall and fracturedher and Mrs. John Strawn, 3rd Paper, Notebook Flllers.- Tetanus Toxold do Need
right wrist. In talking to place; Mrs. A.V. Bannister and PIANO IN STORAGE Bradford Sleeping Sickness Repair
> County Telegraph.
AGHAST( me BENCHED her on last Friday, she Is at Mrs C.W. Hardy, 4th place.Thursday's Beautiful Srlirat-Corixge stored Distemper. Ilepa tills-Leptt man over 40 to take short ServiceWIRING.HEATING

home, and rather handicapped.Her winners were: Comblotto trips In Starke area.
AIt"MKIs. locally. Local person:: with WILL SWAP 3 tedronv/ home
spirit is fine, and she Is Mrs. Raymond Crabtree and excellent credit can Hake:' on for' lakefront property. Call ANDREWS DRUGS Air Mall A. T. Dickerson ,
ever the kindly and soft spoken Mrs. H.W. Davies, 1st place; I AIR CONDITIONING
Ismail payment balance: Write: 964-7649 or -
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Falkel, 2nd 57.4tch'l Pres. Southwestern Petroleum -
lady so of her friends .24
Joplin Finns-
: lac. Box! 103, 11-26
admire.In place; Col. and Mrs. Ralph Paaiamia Corp. Ft. Worth ,
City, Fla. 32401. Itp 964-8835
Stevens, 3rd place W.J. Gro FOR RENT12' 2 bedroom
taking to Mrs. Albert C. ; wide Tex.
itc 11/19
Holt as to her plans, now that lick and C.W. Hardy, 401 place. 10 ACRES moving In Fla. Call SG4-5606. trailer outside city .

her husband, Dr. Holt has Last weeks winners were, South 301 -Nice Frame Home tfchg :limits. J. B. White 964-6114.

passed away, she Is making Tuesday: Mrs. Flo Ellis and Many Outbuildings Chain UchzBARRETr
temporary plans for Thanks Mrs. R.P. Vogh, 1st place;Mrs. Smith
giving. Mrs. Hazel Rodgers of W.J. Grollck and Mrs. C.R. Link Fence $17,000 Call Bill FOR SALE Na"V brick, 3 Plumbingand SEWING
Heptinstall 2nd Powell Broker 'bedroom 2 baths living room
Lake Geneva Is serving as com- place; Mrs.

panion for her, as the family Roland Bryan and Mrs. C.V. FOR SALE: Furnished! apart- dining room, family room. Supply MACHINESALES
have all their Home, 3rd place; Mrs. Paley FHA or Conventional' Financ Water Conditioning
gone separate meat! house ]located' across
Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn ing. Contact Buford Mitchell; & SERVICE
% Teed= ways home. Until Thanksgiving ,, from
Bradford School
AgeSfJumg Hlilb: Raiford
4th > and Co. Road
Mrs. Rodgers will remain place. gro ring $1400 annually. Live Phone 964-6760. P.O. BOX 238 Pump ffkrr- NECCHI'
with Mother Holt, then she will Thursday night: Mr. and Mrs. Starke. tfhg' Phone 964.6023 NEW HOME UNIVERSAL
one'oa11le1' kit; the other make
spend the Thanksgiving holidays Tom Wagner, 1st place;Mr.and 130 Court Street $49.50
pour' : )payments: Write Box A, INSURANCEAT up
Budding Young Teenie.Boppers with and her great-grandchildren children, grandchildren In- Mrs.Mrs. Al Raymond Bachmann Crabtree, 2nd place and; Starko. Fla. 2t chg 11-28 REDUCED RATES ,Phone, 964.5832PLUMBING Contracting and RepairsPlumbing PARTS& REPAIRS OW All

Were This Bluebeard's Prey! the Baltimore, Mr.,Washington Mrs. H.W. Davies 3rd place; ---_. AUTO, FIRE. BOAT Fixtures OTHER MACE MACHIHCONATIONAL

D.C., and North Carolina areas. Mr. and Mrs.Raymond Staroes, Southern Marine DOYLE E. CONNER Water Heaters

On her 4th place. INSURANCE AGENCY Water Pumps
return to
Keystone, Moved To GainesvilleNew Water Conditionersand 611 W. UNIV.AY[.
PLUS which Is her heart's desireto There will be no duplicate) tchg

remain, she hopes Mrs.Rod- bridge games Thanksgivingweek. NameGainesville Pumps ./J3781355NOTICE

"1 gers will Join her at her Lake MarineLYNN BAIRD WELL DRILLING
Geneva home. Ever grateful Sales and Rentals Small
Mobile Homes Appliance
Mother Holt appreciates the HAMILTON MGR ,
for the past week. Her husband Repair Department
many kind thoughts and expec- Johnson Motors Cobra: Boats NEW and USED REPAIRS
Sr.MON.\ : ., :NOV. 22, 23 lally the prayers offered by reported last Saturdaythat Matin Supplies 24 Hour Service
she Is better and 8-10-12 Wide
1 lt>ul>U> Feature ProgramBAKED many In her behalf. some .. Phone
1030 'Starke and
they too felt the power of E. University Ave. GainesvilleGood Keystone

prayer so essential at this time. OaliuMvllla A. J. Thomas. Registered Real Heights area Customers
Mrs. Joe Kerrigan of Silver Quality
Estate Broker, Specializing: in Toasters Mixers
I Christmas planning of the SenIor Fans
Lake has been seriously ill Club of Bradford CountyIs WANTED LISTINGS'On Reasonably Priced Appraisals for Estates, Indi- Irons, Heaters and Hastings Mattress

UnDER In the making, the recipi- Rome and Acreage Buyers Gainesville 378-2783 viduals and Corporate Owners. Electric Hand Tools.

ents to be patients at the Starke Waiting<< Strout Realty. Rag Serviced, Guaranteed and AJno cer.e-f.l. real estate (bus 4tp 12-10 and Upholstery

LEATHER Nursing home. The Idea originated Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. Delivered In Starke Area iness. Thirty Years experience

FLORIDATHEATRE by Dorothy Kerrigan. Ph. 864-8809 Starfce. Fla. NO EXTRA COST ;in Florida land matters. Tel. 710 St. Johns Ave.PAI.ATKA .

Thank you for we are well 984-S7Q1., Stnrke. Florida tf dig
US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th
For all your Real Estate
on the way toward those slip-
pers we will make for the NeedsBuy Sell Ex Gainesville376.22785! BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Is Open Again

patients. change Appraisal. Ex- IF WE DON'T HAVE ITwe'll CTTGO SEARSHas
pert Advice has available 'Hlrabte( location -
Word has Just been received on all Real get It for you Office: < FURNITURE

that A.F. (Jack) Crosby, for Estate Problems Call Supplies Fur.-.ltnre;: Equip. In Starke. Paid training. Evertning
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: mer Keystoner, Is 111 In the BILL POWELL ment. Bradford County financial arplstance for qua. Repaired Refinished

Sunday :.3:00 J : Saturday I ::00 Infirmary of Wesley Manor Retirement Reg. Real Estate Broker Telegraph. tiled party. Call collect: T. S. Re.uphofstered
home at Mandarin Phone 961-6464 Cowart Jax 354-8455 or R. D. STARKEPhone

FRI. SAT.. SUN. (Jacksonville). Starke Plaza Starke POSTED SIGNS: Treated towithstand HelpllRI, Oainesvil! 378-9790 NEW MATTRESSES
We are all happy to hear Stcihg 12-3 964.6848
tfchgClcpecut weather200 each
November 20, 21. 22 ___ FREE ESTIMATES -
that Mrs. Mable Husbands and
$2.25 doz. Special price on larger -
Double Feature Program her sister, Mrs. Olive Stevens, : All 1970 Appli- quantities. Bradford County NEED CHRISTMAS MONEY? Call Collect 328-2144

.-T". are back home In Keystone ances to be sold at 10% Telegraph tf For job employment time
Mabel's recent hospitalization or part time selling Cama-
cost to make
/ "A Wizard of Oz- for 1971 models.\ Air room Conditioners WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn lon's full l ne wtjs. Including LEW'SWELDING
Lake Afro, and a guaranteed line CASH
Crosby( Lake tt Crosby
like f fantasyJOSSEar! -" Ranges, Refrig 'nlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes of cosmetics: call Stifke 964- SHOP

v"+ 4 Prices erators. Dishwas hers, 'ummer Cottage Or Year- 8375, ,wrIte P. O. Box 1014 FOR PECANS

2 HigherAt Washers & Dryers, and ,tound Living Gainesville: Fla We train to Whispering Pines Mo-

a Ice Makers. Wells Appliances All Lets Ready To Go-Clear- sell. 2tehA' 11-26 tel US 301 S. Phone
Second Buying Dailyat
ttCHIOICOIOA'' IRON"'AAIOIA egos Hwy 301 S. Phone ed Graded & Leveled. PLASTERING Stucco Hard 9648252.

PLUSMTCCHNICOLO Pecan AuctionPrices 964-6061. Priced From $995.00. Financing Coat And Plastering Call R. UTILITY TRAILERS
Available.! Call 9647701.
zaps thetrfd I Coleman. SC4-58B3. lip State Farmers Mkt. CUSTOM BUILT

FOR SALE-DaIry calm $25
advanced to an over- CHRISTIAN lady: to ca1e for PIIONE 9647126.J. .
filler WELDING
''/1'.R all average of 40 cents a poundat Brown u:?; For rent, 2 bedroom houseon BRAZING
elderly: lady in her home.
the second pecan auction of one acre in country. 964- -
Cloy in. Ph-Mi! C64-5041! Kch' r
the season, held Thursday,Nov. 8B99. Itp

12, at the Starke State Far- 22-32-38 Snv'b nose revolversfor
!!!! !
1IIIIIJrO' FOR SALE- ArbvWfrs:!\!! Average -
mers Market. tale from $24.S5 at Dah- PUMPSNEW
<< 44 to 7H feet tall, and\
rrrs, Discount. Stchg 10-28 4'ltARASBfl'
Ll'gttstrum' 5 to 6 !ft, No deliv flJrt
.v Manager Bob Allen said 16- Volkswagen .
fPt'i l FOR SALE Two.: bedroom: : AND USED
+ ) 127 pounds of nuts were sold, err C. C. Chambers 301 South \
and \\ WAN1'AAS
trailer 10 x 50. $500 town
and that the three cents pound tttw A Used R Cltv L1m+t. Itp oE()
take : Call 7823911 -
\ t up payments.:: SALES
i increase, as compared with the Sales Service
: r opening sale, was because of VtIJ: Eugene, Brewer.! Itp FOR SALE- In Reno. New 3 PARTS

niY 1r6/J :{ + a f slightly Improved quality of nuts 1 MI. North of The Man FOR SALE-Hsus* with large bedroom consists block SERVICE
: .0.. o--. l offered. hours: on comer' lot with all
ej OAINEBViLLECARL front entrance 2 bedrooms: Deep and'ShatlQw Wells
MNAVISION-tXT. "" I city facilities.: Low dawn pay-
FROM WARNER a..03....VKN' ART. 1..c..s. 11 .,.....,- Prices and poundage by varieties :living: room dining, rwm.ktt- wisnt' and lew monthly: : pay- Water Softeners and
,,,,_... arw N A chen and Flo-da! roem. Gar-
..saw A..w n.n.v at the Nov. 12 sale mar', ,', P>-,,, B64-6S12.\ It V
were: ass: Ash: pal ''with fountain. '
E [Q! Chain lir.V. fer :ins. $11.000.00. FRONTPORCH Sale :Frt. &:

) Feature Program A 1PNV1SAI.P1Cit/iED.COIOR': Lbs. Variety Avg BEGGS Phone 964-7582. Call mornings:: : Sit., 401 N. Cherry St. 8 AM EXPERT SERVICE ON

\\ El). THUR. NOV. 25, 26 5,379 Curtis 45C only. Itchg till' 8 PM.\ Someto'.ng! for evertooto. ALL MAKES

3,768 Seedlings 37C Gulf Service : Camera! Projectors' ,
SIANLlY S CANERR'NOR' PLUS 2,142 Stuarts 46C L'SED PARTS Bad.: Toys. Bocks, Radios, PHONE 964.7061
cleaning: & spreading Call W. I
371 Big Z 37C Bowling Ba'l. Clothes: S:>metJ"I1l -
Top Prices for Wrecked Carl A. Frevatt, 4C8-1985. 4tp 12-10
356 Vandemana 39C !
tv" yoult"! Itp

CfllORtnUeiuM 284 Presidents 39C 21 Hour Wrecker Service 18621.03 Is the nation' (. & PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
NPSTpp 222 Moneymaker 34C TRAILER FOR RENT-, (two m I
Oil N average>: eommlsrSan::: earnings
Artists, 200 Russell 41C t '\om. Phone !M4-M19.! lip
of our full-time men. We
Used Can
I 104 Randall 25C IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
need gams type man in the BABYSnTTNG In
my home
101 Mahans 53C Hwy. 311 N. Waldo
PLUS 1feulM Storks area Talc short trips! 1 cKld, $1000 wit 2 children we'll ret It for you Office

'...'.It l'OM' 468-1998 Cash 'bonus1': frlnws benefits! IIS! 00 if* Ph. 964-891'. tip Supplies Furniture. Eqnlp

At the opening sale of Nov. 4, expense-raid!: vacat,>.ns, insurance. FREE Kittens.! Phone f1f14- SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic, inert. Bradford County
Letters aQ Maes colors. Perm-
Dean 26,692 pounds of nuts were rettrenwnt: pro- .m. TT Tflcgrapli.'
Martin sold at an average of 37<. SEWING MACHINE: Cleaned, lIT( m. Airmail: A. O. Pate: aamt. for use on wood' ;.flawplastiA.
".ed! and adjusted in your Texas Refinery!! COrp Box WOULD LIKE to do babysitting paper, metal leather/ POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
MItt f Helm b!!! ,- $3.00. Vacuum cleaner In home. ANTTHINQl Bradford Cooata withstand weather: 20c each
No sale will be held on No- 711 Fort Worth, Texas 76101. my Day or .
Wrecking Crew vember 26 (Thanksgiving), and Ku*!
IEOMn( a final wrap-up sale will be ej. D"nnls E. Coact,., Phone A LTTtey. 964-6950 lip quantities. Bradford County
held December 3. 431-112* tfeb Tf'It"tlrl'lph.' II




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