Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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November 28, 1985
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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: his sights on

: helping reform the state's

In BlandingMelvin tax structure and prison

rehabilitation, Rep. Gene

Shaw says he is eagerly

awaiting the spring session

r r--i ) J... Davis, 34, Ji tcksonvillef Beach shipyard of the Florida Legis-

{. worker remains in seriousof condition in the University lature.

Florida Medical Center i alter being shot from a tree The House Speaker Pro Tern

y by another hunter Sunday morning. from Bradford County is already
.w It is the !season's' first 1 Hinting accident in the Camp preparing for next April.

Blanding Wildlife ManageSource ment Area. He is scheduled to meet with
Gov.-EIect Reubln Askew next
of Davis's wounds remained the back between the shoulder week to discuss committee assignments -
1 a mystery until Mon- blades. Hazelton fired a 12 .
day afternoon when William Ha- guage shotgun with 00 buckshot Shaw also has word from
zelton, 28, of Orange Park,told from a distance of about 50 Speaker Richard Pettlgrew,
investigating officers In the yards, Harvey said. D-MIaml. that he will be In the
Clay County sheriffs depart- Davis fell out of the tree speaker's chair much of the
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ment that he was responsible' and crawled on the ground a- time next session putting the
for the accident. bout 15 or 20 feet when Pick- Bradford legislator right In the
Hazelton told officers he was ett heard him call for help New BUS student body officers are middle of the already foreseen
hunting on the North Rangeat and went to help him, Harvey governmental reform session.
(Or) Brenda Thompkins, treasurer
Blanding when he saw a said. Pickett then ran about a ;
movement In a scrub oak tree, mile to the Game Commission Len Register. president; Toni! Stone, Tax reform Is of prime importance -

amid thick undergrowth on the checking station of State Rnnri secretary, and Richard Roberts, vice in the next session
edge of a ravine leading Intoa 16 ,to report the accident. president. Shaw says By tax reform Shaw
creek. He mistook the rustling means a state corporate Income -
In the tree to be the act- Davis was carried first to tax combined with a reduction
ion of Hazelton Bradford County Hospital, and of advalorem property
a squirrel, said,
T and fired into the growth. When later transferred to the University Register Named taxes. The Bradford lawmaker j
he realized what he had done, of Florida Medical Cen- does not see the state rais-
; he panicked and fled from the ter in Gainesville. At first reported ing more money via this means;
scene, Hazelton said, but since In a critical condition, rather, additional revenues, he :
then his conscience would not he was later reported as improved thinks now can come throughtax
let him rest until he reportedthe but still in a very ser- BHS President loopholes that can be closed
We wish You accident to authorities. ious condition. He underwent If the Legislature will take
Clay County Deputy Walter neurosurgery Sunday night that action.
a hapAY' Harvey, who visited the scene Harvey said that no charges didn't promise anything," The tax reform package, the
later with Hazelton, said that have bee filed against Hazel- said of his election corporate Income tax on busInesses
an Inspection of the terralne ton, and that Assistant State's ter Friday In which he de- tied In with propertytax
anksgtvingJL and the circumstances of the Attorney Richard Cobb, of Or- ed two senior candidates- reduction, stands a good
accident seemed to make the ange Park, will determine whether McRae and Joy Sapp. chance of approval by the voters -
man's story plausible. or not an Inquest will be BHS student body vice- Shaw thinks. The cor-
Harvey said that Davis had held. Is Junior Richard!to- porate income tax question must
.climbed..upJ, .,or43',feet Intoa ,' 'son of Mr';-.and"*Mrs. eo.OD...the.baUQt since a- constitutional -
scrub oak' tree growing on Roberts of Starke. Ro amendment Is required. ,
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the side a ravine, while on a won out over Mike Oli-
deer hunt. He was wearing olive and Richard KlrUand. Property owners would favora
drab that Toni Stone reduction In their taxes,which
clothing blended with ,daugh-
Denton Council Finally the foliage, and from the point of Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Stone Shaw feels are becoming too
where Hazelton stood while firing was elected secre burdensome. Businesses would
only Davis s head: would of the student body. She also be more Inclined to accept -
InjuredIn have been visible Elaine Sherman. a tax on Its Income if
partially the
officer reported. Branda Thomp- other taxes are reduced, he
Moves To
Buy Harvey said that Davis was daughter of Mr. E.W. thinks.It .
CrashMichael found by another hunter, Ken of Starke, was e- also is becoming incum-
PIckett, who had gone into the treasurer over Bobby bent on the state to equalizetax
area to check on two hunting assessment procedures In
Denton, 27, of Starkeis Garbage Body companions. The officer said of the dress code each county, Shaw says. Similar
in Bradford County Hospital Davis appeared to have suffered the punch out" of the pieces of property in different

recovering from injuries received -- two wounds, one at the says the new pres- counties should be of
in an automobile accident A 16-cubic-yard base of the skull and another in Register. lie and his equal value, he feels. Timber
side-loading sive and less complicated me-
last Thursday at Madison. president, Roberts, both land should be approximately
body for a garbage truck was chanically.It the same value all over the
Described 1 In satisfactory purchased by the Starke City was brought out that the Man Found they will not for work students toward state, the legislator says In
Council for $4,715 from Roland International truck had broken cadl campus ,
Denton BUS "It's pushing his case for uniform
condition Tuesday, received neither has made that
multiple cuts and internal Truck Equipment Co. of Jack- down after being In use here Dead In MotelA assessments.
injuries when his car sonville on Tuesday, Nov. 17. less than 90 days. That made promise.also he will Prison reform Is another topic -

and a semi-truck and trailer The Council also authorizeda some councilmen leary of It. BHS for a teacher says appreciation which greatly Interests the
collided head-on on SR-90 in call for bids on a truck to Noegel maintained that inter- 69-year-old dead Pennsylvaniaman this spring. A high school District 17 lawmaker. By that
the edge of Madison where the go under the body. Both moves national parts are more expensive was MondayIn In Mississippi ob- he means greater educational
road Is under construction. were on motions by new Coun- than other brands, and the 301 Motel In Starke according such week and facilities and Increased emphasis -
a Reg
to the Bradford Sheriffs
cilman difficult to get. Bowen said -
Billy Noegel. on rehabilitation.
thinks it would benefit
Hospitalized in Madison, Den- Lengthy discussions over he could get parts for an international Department.The Win Salary of state prison em-

ton was transferred to BCH! several meetings preceded the dead man was William Quiz says he would also ployees Is another thing Shaw
Sunday action taken last Tuesday. Decision to purchase a new M. Babp of Easton, Penn. Dr to see the class treasury's says he'll push for. The five
truck and to turn the Inter- Pete G. Felon determined that the students themselves per cent raises given last ses-
No charges were filed in the Councilman Jimmy Bowen by ,
national back to Florida Equipment
Three Bradford High students sion was sufficient, he feels,
accident. held out for purchase of a 20- Babp died of natural causes. team of the high school of-
came on a 2-1 vote. beat out St. Augustine High and Lee and prison employees are still
Students Roberts feels
cubic Inter- ,
Denton was returning home national yard truck rear from loading Florida Equipment Noegel and Orle Wiggins vot- The elderly man was enrouteto Rlbault High on "It's Academic be permitted to spend paid less than a living wage.
from college in Monore, La. ed for Noegel's motion and Sarasota for the winter and ," fast moving question-
Co. Bowen they'raise in the man-
preferred Something must also be done
was traveling by himself, according and-answer series Saturday
when the accident occured.ZEotonCEtier. seen
the larger truck which loaded (Continued .on Page Four) to Chief Deputy Sher. evening on Channel 12. pal 3."I they themselves choose. about the 70 Inmates on death
from the rear, the same capacity iff Dolph Reddish. ler, the biggest issue at Bits row at Raiford, the lawmaker
as the city's three-year. Members of the winning BHS appears to be the open feels. Several of them have
old Chevrolet rear loader. At present, students been there 10 years.
Noegel, an automobile dealer, Barrett'sInjuries to remain at school Rep. Shaw has been askedto
Q Je said all along the city does- ing leaving only when clas serve on the Finance and
n't need such a large truck tine. dismissed. As explained Taxation Committee. But before -
\ since the dump Is located so and Roberts, stu- he agrees he wants to
( close to town. He maintainedthat would like to be )per:) confer with Gov.-EIect Askewto
a smaller body will do dias see how close the two are
to to eat
the Job, cost less, take a smal- Being ) at leave home campus or local bus- to agreeing on their theoriesof
0 ler truck, and the combinatior establishments. tax reform. Shaw wants to
would cost less to maintain. 12.The campaigned last be certain Askew is lookingfor
ProbedState's tax reform and not to raise
Bowen felt the city owed Flo- again Thursday, and Fri
additional monies for the state
rida Equipment a debt since at : by Individually appearing
the firm has given the city the Attorney T.E. Duncan, in each classroom at BHS. via corporate Income tax pro-
posal to which his race for
new International truck on a of Gainesville, said yesterdaythat ANNUAL COMMUNITY was a departure from tied.
governor was largely
rent-purchase agreement when his office is conductingan years when candidates
the city's Chevrolet was down. investigation Into circum- rest to the entire student body. To reduce ad valorem taxes,
NOTICE Noegel didn't agree and neither stances surrounding injuries SERVICE Shaw now thinks It can best
apparently, did a major- sustained by Johnny Barrett, Wednesday Nov. 25 work of the new student be done by reducing the percentage -
officers will be to
of or-
ity the other councilmen.
The Following Will Be Starke plumber and septic tank ; and formulate the bi- of assessments on

Closed! All Day Thurs., Bowen pointed out the mon- company operator, last Thurs- 7:30 P.M. system of government which a property owner pays
taxes. Shaw think
does not coun-
day night.
Nov. 26 ey, $500 per month Is already last year. Both Regis.
In the city's budget to purchasethe Duncan said Barrett was ap- MADISON STREET Roberts were on the ties should go to anything less
THANKSGIVINGDAY International. Noegel said parently beaten and sustained which organized the than 100 per cent valuations;
the same funds could be usedto severe facial injuries the full BAPTIST CHURCHSermon A that would not be realistic.
purchase a smaller unit on extent of which was not known nuts, Senate is already elect- Neither does he feel that with
Community. State Bank a time basis. yet by his office. by He,". John Flynn of St.dlar6's at members from each the present variations In mil-
Barrett scheduled to undergo lage rates and assessment val-
was Episcopal Church son
It was brought out the International Elections must still be
facial surgery In the mers ues, that a reduction in mll-
Florida Bank at Starke
truck would cost to name house members
Gainesville Medical Center ;Music lly Combined Church Choirs The lage would uniformly reduce !
approximately $20,000 Noegel districts according
First but the taxes.
Federal Savingsand Tuesday operation was a
estimated the city .
can purchase
The Public Is
postponed until Wednesday due Cordially Invited To Join
Loan Association both body and truck for a 16- In This So, Shaw Is looking at pay.
to his condition. Annual Service Of Praise And
yard unit for a total of approximately Ing property taxes on a per-
Duncan's office said that
<1 'ttL. Thanksgiving
U.bQ (
m !;! $11,000. J. !Moughton, manager of OFFICESTO centage of assessments. He ad-
CLOSE NOV. 27 mits
Noegel also pointed out Street Sta-Bite Industries Inc.,of Orlando Sponsored of candidly his thoughts are

f't4tCj and Department a side employees loading truck preferred same, incident who was, had Injured been In released the- V Starke: Ministerial Alliance an and ; ; in the will Bradford be closed Coun direction not this yet subject he completely leans but now.that clear Is the on

for alleys and a rear loader from the hospital.
A.w New .ln.ndI..w No Thanksgiving, Nov. 26,
... ... .ooo..." for service stations. Noegel Duncan said that no further Friday Nov. 27. City Biggest Issue facing the local !
,......0.-;. said he would go along with information would be released this voter In the next few years .
offices will close for
t'_ the men. A side loading gar- until the Investigation was completed Day). but will be open Is another statewide reappor-
bage body is also less expen- I
.. on Friday.
Dec. (Continued on Pan !Pour

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I Covered DishLuncheon Gloria E. KnightTo Shower Given For Shower Given Spengler-Bettis

f i Held Wed Mr. Creech Betsy MatthewsAt For Mrs. ThorntonAt Engagement ToldLt.

At St. Mark's Gisa} HomeMiss Corlett HomeThe Col. and Mrs. V.J.
Mr. and Mrs. D.I. Knightof
Spengler announce the engage-
I Hellbronn Springs, announcethe
r Three Episcopalians from St. engagement and approachIng Betsy: Matthews, a Dec. Glen Corlett home on ment of their daughter Dorls- Bradford County Hospital announces -
;, Mathews Church Chipley, marriage of their daughter 19 bride-elect, wa pleasantly Highway 16 was the setting fora ann, to Joseph Lee Bettts, son the following births:
: spoke as witnesses to the Joy Gloria Elizabeth to Ro- surprised at a feudal shower lovely bridal shower Tues- of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J. Bet- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Alan

of Stewardship In their lives bert Douglass Creech, son of given last Tltursgay\ / i.tBob. day evening of last week honor- tls of St. Augustine.A .wedding is Rowe Starke, a son, Jonathan
Sunday at a well attended cov- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Creechof Mrs. Robbie hailef/ sr ing Miss Sharon J. Thornton, December Andrew Nov. 17
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 ered_ dish!: luncheonatSt. Mark's Fort Myers. Blakewood Mw, Pester. Hum- bride-elect of Benjamin Bull planned.
I Episcopal Church. Miss Knight is a 1970 grad- phries, Mrs. Don Champion, Spears.A Miss Spengler is a 1970graduare Mr. and Mrs. Gary David
Society Editor The witnesses were Mrs.Jack uate of Bradford High School! Mrs. Mike QAhooiy.J and Mrs. of Bradford High School, Taylor, Lake Butler, a daugh-
t Ii; Culpepper and Mr. and Mrs. and is employed at Florlde Joe Cissy at the home of the pink and white color schemewas and both are attending St.Johns ter Schenlta Deneane Nov. 18.
latter. carried out in the party River Junior College.
James Stephens. Father John
State Prison. Mr. Creech is
..... .111tJ. Flynn, formerly of Chipley, Introduced serving with the U.S. Army The refreshment table was decorations. The refreshment with white Mr. and Mrs. Louis Earl
the speakers and also stationed a t Lawson Air Force covered with a v't>tte cutwork table was covered a PEDIATRIC SEMINARDr. Turner Jr., Ralford, a daughter -
announced that a series of cot- Base Fort Bennlng Ga. cloth and cer req with an arrangement cloth and centered with a satin Melanie Dawn Nov. 17.
Coffee Honoring Showers Given tage meetings recently held at The wedding will be an eventof of yellow chrysan- pillow holding wedding rings. J.W. Patray will attend

St. Mark's had been most suc- Friday, Dec. 4, at 7:30: p.m. themums flawed tty silver can- The honoree was presentedwith the pediatric seminar, "Inten- Mr. and Mrs.Jlmmle Charles
Betsy MatthewsAt For Carol Reddish, cessful. The cottage meetingswere in the Hellbronn Baptist Church. dle holders with/ yellow tapers. a beverage set and a long sive Care in Pediatrics," presented Bryant, Ralford, a son, Aaron
Slade HomeThe BrideelectMiss held at the home of Mr. All friends and relatives are Mrs. Blake"jod presided at stemmed rose in a crystal vase by the College of Medi- Christopher, Nov. 21.
and Mrs. Clyde B. Terwlllegar invited to attend the weddingand the punch bowk as a memento of the occasion. cine at the University of Flo-
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Millard reception, which will be Games with) pttees j were rida this Friday and Saturday. '!
home of Mrs. T.H. Sladeon Carol Reddish whose Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth at the home of the bride's played during the party hours Twenty-five guests were invited Afterwards, he will attend the
E. Call Street was the setting marriage to Hugh Stephens will Grader, Mr. and Mrs. William brother-in-law and sister, Mr. by the 30 guests attending.The attend between the hours class reunion of the 1960 grad-
for a lovely coffee Sat- be an event of Dec. 5, was hon- Carter, and Mrs. Edward and Mrs. Walter C. Clemons, hostesS presented the 8 and 10 p.m. uating class of the College of '!
ruday morning honoring Miss ored at a kitchen shower Tues- Burns Hellbronn Springs. honoree with & corsage and Medicine.'i' A r49
Matthews. Hostesses with Mrs. day night of last week given by Mrs. Terwlllegar, presidentof the chop pli>te k her chosen =
Slade were Mrs. W.W. Hood, Miss Denise Winkler at her the Women of St.Marks announced OES: Party Dec. 7 china pattern Ai mementoof .0@J j
Mrs. JC. Sawyer, and Mrs. home on W. Pratt Street. at their meeting recently the occasion.( -
Clyde Sinclair. The refreshment table was that over $500 was real- Starke Chapter No. 224 OES 9 \zr
Colorful fall arrangementswere covered with a lace cloth and ized from the recent "Flea will have their annual Chris- SPECIAL CHRISTMAS EDITION OF THE .ott\\t\
used In the party rooms centered with a Thanksgiving Market" and bake sale. The tmas party on December 7 instead (
for the occasion. The coffee arrangement composed of a money will be used for Improving of Dec. 21. There will be
table was covered with an imported turkey fruits and vegetables. church properties. no gift exchanges among mem-
lace and cutwork cloth Games with prizes were Mrs. Harry Hatcher Sr. was bers, but those attending are BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH December 3rd
and centered with an arrange- played by the 25 guests attending hostess for the meeting at her asked to bring unwrapped Itemsto
ment of yellow and bronze pom- who included Mrs. son's home on E. Call Street. be sent to the Masonic Home.
poms. Mrs. Bob Ferguson pre- James H. Reddish mother of Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs.
sided at the sliver coffee ser the honoree and Mrs. JohnC. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. Herbert ,
vice and Mrs. Dandy Johns Stephens Sr., mother of the Thomas were appointedas
and Mrs. Harry Cruen assisted bridegroomelect.The a nominating committee for
in serving. hostess presented the the 1971-72 officers. Mrs. Tho-
Guests were greeted at the honoree with a brass kitchen mas will send birthday cards to
door by Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. mold set and corsage as a the children In Daisy Cottage,
Standing in the receiving line memento of the occasion. Sunland for December.Mrs. .
were Mrs. Hood; the honoree, Grlder reported that the
Miss Matthews her mother Miss Reddish was also complimented United Thank Offering was the 1
Mrs. E.L. Matthews and Mrs. at a bridal shower largst rp.centyears Another
Paul Meng mother the bride- Friday evening Nov. 20, at acolyte choir vestment was pur-
groom-elect. the home of Mrs. Ida Lee Plu- chased by the women. [Open Mon thru. Thurs- LADIE'S FABULOUS
Out-of-town guests were Mrs. mmer with Mrs. Robert Green Mrs. Tom Crawford will be day 9 to 6 P.M.
Grover Perryman of Dothan Mrs. D.R. Devrick and Mrs. hostess for the December meet-
Ala., Mrs. W.H. Thomson of Nell Joyner as co-hostesses. Ing at her home on Road 16. MEN'S y TUNIC I TOP
Monticello and Mrs. Lawrence Arrangements of yellow and Mrs. Julian McRae and Mrs. PERMPRESSoI'sat.9to7P.M.pen
Meng of Toledo. Ohio grand- purple chrysanthemums were Hatcher have altar duty for DRESS SHIRTS !
mother of the bridegroom- used in the party rooms and on December.
elect. 150 guests were Invitedto the punch table. The serving
attend between the hours table was covered with a yellow Our entire stock ot' 3.99 PANT SETS
eleven and twelve-thirty o'- cloth and centered with a Spears-Thornton long sleeve shirts. New Our Reg. $x,99
clock. silver candelabra with yellow long point fashion collars
The honoree was presentedwith tapers. Mrs. Green presidedat Wedding PartyEntertained tapered and tails, poly
the gravy boat to her chosen the punch bowl, Mrs. Dev- ester and cotton, stripes, 2rooFOR NEW
china pattern and a white rick assisted in serving and solids and fancies. Sizes $ 99
corsage from her hostessesas Mrs. Joyner kept the bride's 14 to 17. FASHIONCOLORS 6
a memento of the occas- book. Capt. and Mrs. B.It. Spearsof
ion. Corsages were presented to Lake City entertained at a
the honoree; her mother Mrs. buffet dinner last Flrday eve- MEN'S PERM-PRESS
James Reddish and Mrs. JohnC. ning at the Community Club v

McRae-Alivandi Stephens mother of the House at the Florida State Pri- DRESS PANTS Long stripe baited tunic top. Pull-on pant with
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Wedding Dec. 17 also received a place setting to Spears and his fiancee Miss Completely washable. Fashion colors 100%

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Rae daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Assisting Mrs. J.E. young
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Mr. and Mrs. David Browning Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- Local! admittances to Brad-
and family are visiting Mr. and gins were vacationing In the ford County Hospital this week .. .
Mrs. John Buckley In Sarasotaon Smoky Mountains last week and include Miss Martha Sue Mc- :"
Thanksgiving and Mr. and also visited relatives In Ten- Cain, Johnny Harden,Joe StarlIng '
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spending Wednesday to Friday .Myers. over the Thanksgiving Edna ran Mrs.Sauve Brigitte, John Walker Wilkinson,Mrs. '-

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Graham spent the past ten daysat Mr. and Mrs. Rube Beecher, spending the long weekend with Mr. and Mrs.John Greene and Mrs.daughter James of T. Moore Eland Mill Watterson Hampton; Mrs. ,....::."''t"lL"H\\:. '_ .'::\. I ).:.:....... '.
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their In Lyons, Ga. from Wednesdayto Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham. son Mr.and Mrs.H.L. Sarah Bryant, Keystone
camp the Scrub.
Sunday. Mr. Shaw will join Chancey In Monticello and Mr. arrived Sunday to spend the and Mrs. Annie Jer- STENCILED PLACE MAT-one of the simplest of decorativearts
and week with Mrs. Martha ; is stenciling, a fascinating craft currently enjoying
Mrs. W.O. Lambert in New Moore. a
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre the family over the weekend.SR Mrs. Arlin McKnlght has returned nigan Brooker.
Port Wednesday to Sunday. STG/2 Moore arrived Wednes- surge of popularity. It's an old method of transferring designs
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry from two weeks visit day to Join the family for the to furniture and fabrics. A red and green flower motif has
DuPre In Live Oak Sunday. and Mrs. R.G. Thorntonof with Lt. Col. and Mrs. Don remainder of the been stenciled on this yellow cotton place mat and napkin.
Adrienne week.
Jacksonville are Thanksgiving Koretz In Albany, N.Y. They Barry was a Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw
of Mrs. Thornton's made Montreal Junior bridesmaid In the Barry- were weekend guests of Mr.
Mrs. Joe Ellerbee of Panama guests also a trip to ,
Beam wedding Saturday night Mrs. Grover Perryman of and Mrs. Joseph Pepe in Miami WINTER DRAFTSTransparent
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Canada. STOPCVD&
City was visiting her mother
Dothan Ala. Is
Mooty. The Mootys will also Newberry. Also attending were a guest this and attended the Dophln-
Mrs. T.D. Dyal the past week. Dr. and week of Mrs. E.K. Plastic
Mrs. Colt
have as Friday and Saturday Mrs. John Reeves of St. A.J. Barry and Perryman football game. l.JUij
guests Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Petersburg Is visiting her son, Drew, and Mr. and Mrs. Joining the family for Thanks- STORM KITS
F.H. Kramer. giving were Mr. and Mrs. Comer Mr. and Mrs. Silas Brownof
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ed- Anderson of Boston, Mass. aunt Mrs. J.E. Wilson for a
Perryman of Jacksonville.
Cordele Ga. and Mr. and
week while Mr. Reeves Is In
wards and family of Naplesare Miss Martha Bellinger of Mo Mrs. Ralph Brown of Redkey ]
Among the students home for Chicago, DI. on business.
spending the long weekend Thanksgiving are Ginger Bald- bile, Ala. and Bin Breland of Mr. and Mrs. David Longof Ind. are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Ed- Hattiesburg Miss are spending Orlando are Thanksgivingguests George W. Brown over the long n
wards. win, Melody Cuttino and Jane Misses Kathy and Trish My 'ae
the long weekend with Dr. and of his parents Col. and weekend.
Crosby from Tift College; Byron ers are visiting friends inTampa -
Terwillegar from Collegeof over the weekend. Mrs. H.G. Bellinger. Mrs. T.T. Long. STORM WINDOW KIT 39?
LEILA'S AFTER-THANKSGIV Charleston Evelyn Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Warrenand I Kit consists of 36 x 72 tough plastl
ING SALEDRESSES 1/3 OFF from Mercer;: Gary Hamiltonand Mr. and Mrs. Terry Waltersof Mr. and Mrs. J.I. Ogden of Mrs. Gladys Weldon will haveas Mr. and Mrs. John War. sheet, 18 ft. fibre moulding and nails.
ONE GROUP FAMOUS BRAND Murry McRae! from FSU; Gainesville are Thanksgiving Pompano Beach were Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. W.A. ren of Gainesville and Lt. Col. ii STORM DOOR KIT 4S>
NAME JUNIOR DRESSES $10 Diane Edwards and Joyce Dunn day guests of Mrs. W.H. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Weldon and family of Bushnell and Mrs. V.J. Spengler and
of 36" 84 tough plas
and $15.Mr. from Florida Atlantic Univer- Holland. E.J Dowling. Wednesday and Thursday; Mr. family are Thanksgiving guestsof NIT ALL Kit consists x
sheet, 21 ft. of fibre moulding and nails
sity Wayne Blankenship and and Mrs. J.R. Weldon and fam- Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren. Irs N
and Mrs. W.D. Dansby Steve; Denmark from the Uni- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams ily of Jacksonville, Friday and At Hardware C Lumbar Dealers EverywhereWuo.roL
and daughter of Lansing Mich. of LEILA'S AFTERTHANKSGIVING of Atlanta are Wedneaday to Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs. AaBBBBV Plon.r.In Ptaitlca
versity Georgia.
are visiting his parents, Mr. SALEDRESSES 1/3 OFF.Ol'E Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Shaffer and son of Mont CKlcaia 6O M T f taubuanad 1924it's
and Mrs. R.O. Dansby, from Goldwireof GROUP FAMOUS BRAND William S. Glover. Dora on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Sunday to Wednesday.Dr. .
Toledo Ohio have purchasedthe AND $15.Mr. .
summer home of Mr. and
Miss Katharine Peek Is
J.E. Denmark's staff at-
Mrs. Jim Ritch in Lake Santa
tended the Jacksonville 1 Dental and Mrs. Keith Gilling- spending the weekend with her
Fe and to
plan spend summer
aunt, Miss Floried Killings-
Assistants Society continuing vacations here. ham and family of Tampa are
education course In Jacksonville spending the long weekend with worth In Atlanta.
Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. The
Joyce Marie Milligan, of
Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr. and Mrs. WiiittFdae7
Sales will also have as Thanks-
Starke is member of the
Roy Ward of Lake City visit-
and Mrs. Jack Eaves Freshman Honors Program at giving day guests Graham Sale. ;
ed Miss Jane
Ward at Fort
and family spent the weekend Ball State University, Muncie, Miss Marty Sale and Thaxton
Walton Beach
over the week-
with relatives in Miami. Ind. She is the daughter of Mr. Sale of Valdosta Ga. end.
and Mrs. S.E. Milligan and Is
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rader of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathewsare

Peoria an Indefinite Ill. arrived visit with Tuesdayfor Mr. majoring In music. Mr.Thanksgiving and Mrs. T. guestsof Brea- visited Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and Mrs.Jack M.E.McComb Cole- all in knowing the Right Place to

and Mrs. L.C. Early. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- zeale in High Springs. man and Mr. and Mrs. Jack shop
dale will have as guests duringthe Sapp In Valdosta, Ga. on Sun-

Tyler Jones is a patient In long weekend Mrs. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes day.
St. Luke's Hospital, Jackson- Murray of St. George, S.C., visited Mr. and Mrs. W.E.
ville. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Wil- Hayes In Miami last week. Mr. and Mrs. David Mont-
liams and family of New Port gomery and family are In Lake : The Last Word hi Comfort

Dr. and Mrs. T.W. Stiegler Richey, Mr. and Mrs. James City Wednesday to Saturday 1jz
of Wilmington Dela. were O'Brlan of Nlceville and Bobble Gene Wiggins of East Point, visiting their parents Rev.E.F.
weekend guests of Col. and: Barksdale of FSU. Ga. Is home for the long week Montgomery and Mr. and Mrs. SEIGLER
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fr''. Tough Santa Fe Sinks Tornadoes 167"They've

the Tornado defense stoppedthe game. BHS was penalized IS

Raiders at the 12. yards on the deal and got the

been tough when __ 1 conversion. Santa Fe led 16-7 But Jon Sanders reversed thai The situation left the Tor- ball at the Raider 44 with less

they're ahead" said Bradford T with 4:01: left In the first half. situation when he Intercepteda nadoes trying to pass deep .In than a minute to go. 301
Dean Johns pass at the Tor- their end of the field
Coach George Loper of Santa own a scored
Using their 6-1 defense with Had the Tornadoes :
nado 34. It gave Santa Fe a dangerous thing to attempt, but
Fe the Raiders to a
as hung on
four deep secondary to good and made a two point conver-
first down at the BHS 29 but
the Tornado running gamewouldn't
16-7 lead to beat the Tornadoesfor advantage the Raiders gave the sion, Santa Fe would still have DRIVEINWED.
the first time In 15 years. T go and QB Dean Johns
i I IM Tornadoes the short pass. But had to been ahead at 55.
Bradford High took the the Raider line put a hard push pass.It The win was a big one for
open- wasn't until only five min-
ing kick off and promptly drove -on BHS' Johns and the Raider Gridders utes remained In the game that the Raiders ending their season ., 'blURS.NOVElmER .
; secondary stayed with the Tor- even at 55. 25. 26
69 yards for a touchdown.Quarterback ; Johns could get more than one
nado receivers.BHS For BHS the ended the
Dean Johns sneaked game THANKSGIVINGCOLORaro
S first down In a row, however.
over on fourth down, then kicked started the second half by Round Out Jlmmv Alvarez sot the usual second dismal year In a row.

the extra point for a 7-0 BHS getting Santa Fe deep In a hole short pass In the flat for five It was the sixth BUS loss against -

lead with 5:46 left In the first when a Tim Murphey punt went yards. Santa Fe by then was three wins and one tie.
period. 47 yards and rolled out at the Cage SquadTwo expecting Johns to throw but In 1969 BHS had a 3-5-1 record.

Santa Fe didn't score the firste Raider five yard line. Intend the BHS signal caller It has been the worst two sea-

they got the ball, but theye starters on the 1969 turned on the speed for-13yards sons In over 20 years for BHS.

56 yards to the BHS six Bradford High basketball team, around his left end, giving BHS

line. A bad BHS punt gave Shatv Tim Murphey, Dean Johns, and a first down at their 20. STATISTICS
tders the ball at the BHS The screen to the right
two from the j Junior pass
players up BUS S. FE
\ line and the Raiders b side to Henry netted BHS 14
Continued from Page One) varsity, Malachi Henry and First Downs 10 8
their break.
god yards. But Johns was tossed
Charles Wright, were back with Yds. Rushing12 151
tionment which must be for a seven yard loss the
accomplished on
the round ball Monday
Frank Robinson a tough game Yds. 200
Passing 134
before the 71-72 next play by Santa Fe's Charles
session after of the 1970
all night, scored from completion Passes 13-28-1 8-24-1
adjourns. The matter won'tcome Clerk, a thorn In the BHS quarterback's Compl. | iwE United Artists j
ards out, then ran a two grid season. Fumbles Lost I 0
conversion for an 8-7 upnextapring,Shaw feels, Other team members who side all night. Penalties 20 PLUS
45 -
but he hopes the But Johns back to Ml
Fe lead with 11:10: left In Legislaturewon't have already been practicingare came Punting Avg. 9-33 8-30
cond period. put It off. Randal McGee, Douglas Alvarez for 13 yards and Marty
There is a constitutional requirement Brown McKInney Drew Meng for 15 ;yards for a first
re the second periodthe Danny Score by Quarters:
that the Senate be Rlckes Carl down at the Santa Fe 45.
Raiders tacked ano- Fleming, Jimmy BHS- 7000-7
reduced to 36 members; Itpre- Dennis Cleveland An eight! yard pass to Mur-
Don the board and Robin- Riherd, Kelly, S. FE-01600-16
sently has 48. There Is alsoa phey) and to
an In another two point I Simmons, and Fred Ro a seven ;yarder
movement afoot to reduce Alvarez, both to the sidelines,
rslon for a 16-7 lead the binson. Touchdowns:
rs made hold up. Quarck Its the House membership from "Monday was the first time. gave BHS another first down at BHS. I 1)) D. Johns, QB sneak;

Greg Gillman oassed present 119 to 100. we've had everybody together," the Raider 30. EPJohns, kick good.

ards to slot back Ted A legislator could not ade- Coach Mike Sexton pointed out. But then Johns bobbled the Santa ,Fe- 1) Robinson, two

ome for the second score. duatelv represent an area "It's a fact we're going to Into and] Garv Brendan nt/mmvl'"
yard EP-Robinson
greater than the six counties hit him for a seven yard ; run.
two teams stiffened their have a small ball club," Sex- 2) Welcome, 19-yard from
.e Shaw'feels. "I pass
he has now, loss. The fist fight ensued and Jim Brown .George Kennedy
..nses In the second half, try to maintain some personal ton says, but the varsity cage Johns was tossed from the Glllman; EP-Roblnson, run.

.her team allowing the other contact with each county, but coach Isn't letting that bother Fredric March

core. Santa Fe gave up short I'm'not satisfied with the Job Mm too much. PaixmtiM'wMl MriracohM[cJ<> B>
33 completions to BHS to Tallest players on the team
I've been able to do. Legis-
ve the long gain, following lators In rural areas are already this season Is 6-2 Randal Mc- BHS Runners . .. . .
the final But the "But we've WED., THURS.NOVEMBER .
i two periods. dous effort to be close to the got some young
raiders completely stymied the people, he says. players who are real good shots. 25, 26

ails running game. Worst thing that could hap- "If we can get the big play THANKSGIVINGCLINT

BHS allowed Santa Fe only one pen to a small county such out of our regulars, plus good 10th In StateBradford

of Its eight first downs in the as Bradford with a popula- play from our young boys, we'- EASTWOOD Nites

second half. tion of 14,400, would be to re going to have a good sea- 7;30 Fistful of $$

The game was marked by two have It tied to a metropolitan son. 8:45: A Few $$ More
fights as the frustrated Torna- such Duval Ala- McKinney, Ricks, Riherd, High harriers finished effort on the very tough Ime
county or
does sought to vent their feel- chua. That is already the Kelly, Simmons, and Robinson 10th In the 24th annual son Airport track."I 10:30: The Good, The

Ings and were quickly oblighed plight of Nassau, Baker, and are up from the Junior varsity. Class A State Cross Country couldn't be prouder of Bad and The Ugly.

by the Raiders. Aftr being others.At Fleming has returned to BHS Championships held at Imeson each of them." Coach Loper

thrown for a nine yard loss Jimmy Alvarez leaps and catches the 30- after a two year absence and Airport In Jacksonville Satru- said. "They're winners all the OUT \T 1:30
. . . .
Tornado this point In his legislative and it doesn't
quarterback Dean yard which set BHS' touchdown Is a former BHS JV player, day, Nov. 11. way come easy.
Johns got Into a scrap with the pass up a- career, Shaw Is also keep- The cage season begins Dec. Effort of the Tornado run- I'm sure when we started In .

Raider linebacker then tackled gainst Santa Fe. (photo by Danny's Photography) Ing an eye on the House speaker II In St. Augustine. ners was termed "valiant, tre- August most people wouldn't FRI. SAT. NOV. 27, 28

him, and other players became ship. He thinks If things go BHS posted a 8-14 varsity mendous, and the best of the have given them much of a Double Feature Program

Involved. Johns was removed turned a BUS punt 19 yards witha nado defense stopped two run. right, by that he means getting record last season, but lost year," by Coach George Lo chance after losing Larry

from the game and Tim Mur- tough run.Gillman ning plays cold, but Gillman elected two more times, many close ball games. The per.But Green, Leonard Garrett, and CHARLES

phey quarterback: the Tornadoes again went to Welcome, hitting that he may have a shot at previous year the cagers hada the coach decried what Randy Hodges.

for the final minute they had the missed Welcome on the slot back on a down the speaker's chair in 75-76. 15-8 mark. he termed the "unexplained and "But they set their goals 'PRETTYBOY'FLOYD
end Rep. Terrell Sessums, D-Hlll- Inexcusable absence" of one high and worked hard to over-
first down but hit split Ray and out at the 11 yard line.
ball.BHS' Cason for 10 yards on second BUS' Jimmy Alvarez made a sborough, has the spot tied tending city utilities down the runner who failed to show up come problems right along.

Jimmy Alvarez Inter- down. Then the Raider QB raced diving tackle at Welcome's feet up for 73-74, It appears. Lincoln City Road. The decis- to run In the state meet. Things are looking up for 1970- ., HAD NO

cepted a Gillman pass the as ball the around the BUS right end for as he caught the pass.Welcome His eagerness for the upcoming ion came after Webb Brown "In this day and age whenIt with so many returning, still MINORVICES
game ended. Returning stepped out of Alvarez's session, Shaw pointsout Is not uncommon for a small young, and hopefully the return -
19 yards before he forced grasp to
was appeared request city sewer
about 50 yards to the Santa Fe Is derived from the fact of Green and Hodges." !
and went Into the end zone stand- percentage of athletes to attempt -
out of bounds by Wayne Testone. service, and said he knew of
tackled and another
30 he was that for the first time In his rebellious and Bradford's own Florida Star
ing change
fight broke out. Players' from had first down Robinson up. six years In office he feels several other potential customers toward Individual Conference competitor Orange
Santa Fe a squirmed, on a If the service is extended. conflicting attitudes r
both teams rushed Into the then, at the BHS 20. The TorSanta tough run, for another two point the House, Senate, and gov- and team goals and Park, won the Class A cham- ,, -
brief fray, In which nobody ernor can discuss and resolve purposes, It Is reassuring to pionship Saturday with 74

appeared injured, and It appeared their problems. In past sessions "We have to get Into that share the experience of dedi- points. Hollywood Chamlnade

as Alvarez had run legislation has often been area sometime, we might as cation and perserverance shown was runner-up with 86 points,

into a hornet's nest In.ending Fe Had made meaningless by the lack well look Into It now," Coun- by a few young men," the coact while BHS was 10th with 217 ifffly.FABIAN
his high school grid career. of communication\ with the governor's cilman Noegel said. added. He pointed out senloi points.

office.Shaw says, Dennis Skelton from Cham-
Quarterback Dean Johns While he doesn't expect Gov- -Was told by Clerk Edwardshe captain Buddy Paterson, Junior lnade, termed a tremendous

miked the Tornado running and Elect Askew, the Senate, and has been notified that Flo- Holland Corbltt, sophomores runner by Coach Loper, seta p

passing game well In the open- No Business the House to always agree, rida Power & Light's tie-far Richard Fill and Jimmy Low. new course record of 13:58-:
ing drive. The two big plays of and freshmen Gerald Grif- CD)
Shaw does feel the men now with the city has been com. ery, 6 In winning the meet and turnIng -

the drive were passes, a 20- In state government will be pleted and the up and down fie and Mark Hodges as such In the best time In all .!,_ PORTED: ?.....

yarder which ace receiver Tim able to sit down together and cost will be $10,000. The city young men. dlvisons. Richard Golden of Pa- JOCELYN LANE ASTRID
Murphey caught and a 30-yar- resolve their differences has been told the installation "Their sacrifices and will- WARNER
der to wideout Jimmy Alvarez. BHS"We could be done for $8,000. How- ingness to accept all challenges latka 8. South was second In 14:33.-: MADAM ROARKE.coLoR!: ::-...

Murphey alertly caught his pass Beating ever, Chairman Nell Tucker is evidenced by their suc- Some 1,500 spectators AN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURE r l

after It has been tipped by slad he has been told It will cess In having a winning team watched the state cross coun- 01970 Amtncan International. Pictures, Inc
Alvarez Alvarez caught his Council. be possible for the city to and achieving their best in the
went over there expect- on to analyze the season. try meet In which nearly 400 PLUS
on a leaping match with Rai- pay $5,000 now for having the face of adversity, Loper says. -
der defender Gary Goodnight. ing an easy time- not ready to "As the tie-In Installed and the remaining BHS finishers were sopho- runners In three divisions participated -
season went on It 'Continue; from Page One) "
Both players were under the play, Coach David Hurse became more evident we $5,000 at a future more Richard Fill, 15th placeIn "There but tre- Shelley ChristopherTa r !
was a
ball, but Alvarez came down says of the final football game lacked leadership and that the Bowen voted against. Councilman date when the tie-in Is re- 15:21 which won for him a
with the pigskin. of 1970 In which his Torna- offensive line was our weakest Jimmy McRae had seconded moved. place on the all-state first team. mendously helpful group of parents WINTERS
cheerleaders and Junior JONES VARSIcoLORHOLBROOK
does lost 16-7 to Santa Fe's ,
the motion for
Capt. Buddy Paterson finished
Alvarez's catch put the ball spot, the Big Tornado said.A -Agreed to Investigate extending team members and Just
Raiders. of discussion, but abstained lines to the Har- In 22nd place, second for BHS, varsity'
on the 2 1/2 yard line of Santa The loss, which Hurse says team with superlative backs sewer the team that I would
voting. In 15:32
Fe. Malachi Henry hit the dee residence at 426 West Davis : and won a spot on the like to thank much for
right embarrassed him more than and a weak offensive line is Decision to purchase the side second team all-state very
side to the one, then two dives any football game in a long usually a mediocre team, buta loading body was finally made Street In NW Starke. Several Sophomore unit. their help and support," Coach
alternatives Lowery
by Dean Johns and fullback time, ended the '70 season for coach can take average backs after City Clerk Merrill Ed- where to placed 37th In 15:54 freshman Loper says. "They contributedfar
extend from discussedwith :
Brad Carter put the ball's nose and line and were more than is sometimes re-
the Tornadoes with a 3-6-1 a strong wards suggested that since the Gerald GrUfls 79th in 17:10
the Street Department was : ,
at the goal.On fourth down Johns record. It is slightly worse, out a superior club, Hurse city already has a rear loadIng Junior Holland Corbitt 88th In alized.
"sneaked it Into the endzone. S.R. Hicks being told to try 1970 was a good
even, than the 3-5-2 record points cutBiggest truck, that the second one 17:36: and Injured freshman very year
Santa Fe right back at established by the 1969 grld- should be side loader. to stick as close as possibleto for BUS cross country, the
came blow to Tornado grid- a Mark Hodges 90th In 17:38. : :
the city's popery of at least
coach 1971 he adds has
the Tornadoes, driving 56 yardsto Jers. ders this season was the loss The Council maintains the With the exception of Hodges, says.
one customer to 200 feet of
the BHS six yard line before It had been 20 years since of the two first string line- city needs two garbage trucksto sewer lines. it was the BHS runners' best even more promise. I e--::/41n4'.el..n'. Ed'BfCl Y YC

they were stopped by the Tor- the Tornadoes have had sucha backers, a position which must keep the city In service. -Okayed payment of a final

nado defense. All of the yards dismal football era. It is be manned by a tough, hard One 10-year-old truck has Just bill from the city's former engineering
came on the erounrt with Frank the first time in the 15 years nosed football player with been retired and Is termed firm, Reynolds, Smith ,. .'. . . ..
Robinson and Ricky Keene getting Santa Fe and BHS have been and football ability. not worth repairing. The three-

short yardage repeatl'dly. playing that the Raiders have quickness Lost to the squad before the year-old Chevrolet which has $8,000.and Hills of Jacksonville, for FLORIDA THEATRE SUN., MON.. NOV. 29, 30

Santa Fe was also helped by a won.The first game was its most pro- seen a lot of down time, is of Muel-
15-yard penalty against BHS game, Hurse said Mon- mising linebacker prospect, sophomore presently in use -Okayed purchase a The story ofa
for grabbing a face mask. day in his BHS field house Steve Barber. Then ler line tapping machine for Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 beautlfulgld's lifetime
office embarrassed him "not In other action last Tues- the Gas Department, approxi-
Taking over at their six the only because, of the fights but senior linebacker Dale Johns day, the Council: mate cost set at $175-200 by .. between the ages of 19 and 22.
Tornadoes were denied a first was knocked out for the year -Decided to investigate ex- Supt. Bob Patterson.
because of the loss itself. Santa the FRI. SAT., SUN., NOV. 27, 28,
down by the Raider defense with a head injury, taking
Carter lost Fe had no business what- linebacker
Henry stopped cold, most experienced A
beating .
a yard, and an end run by Johns way
got only four yards. Tim Mur- "I did a poor Job getting the "I do say the linebackers we

phey punted, the ball going onb boys ready to play as evidencedby had tried hard. They Just didn't
their attitude at the beginning
to the 16 yard line where it have the experience for top ?
went out of bounds.A of the game. He pointed playing ability," Hurse de-
out, however, that the BHS
15-yard penalty pushed clares.
Santa Fe back to the 30 on first defense came back and did a But the coach quickly pointed -

down. But quarterback Greg credible Job In the second half. out that the three boys whc '
Gillman came right back witha gridders went played there are all young, and '
through the season with very few in the i IINATIONAL
20-yard pass to slot back will grow and mature At POPULAR
winners on the ball club, the
Ted Welcome. In two tries, next year. Gene Melvin, Bob- i PRICES
veteran BUS coach who has
two yards at the BHS left tackle by Dyal, and Joey Branson In I r + DIRECT
and 6 yards around the BHS coached two Class A champion 1971 should provide BHS once r (FAOMIISAESEAVEO(
grid teams at Bradford
left end, Robinson had the Rai- again with a valuable and experienced -
High and had a winning streak ; SEAT tENCAGEMENti
ders a first down at the two llnebacking corps.

yard line.Racing which 30 games.spanned 2-1/2 years and The experience the three gained ,yeben R &uad, I GENERAL PICTURES"Pr ems
this season will prove invaluable -
around his left end on Special recognition, however, to them Hurse declares.: t sire

the first Robinson scored eas- should be given senior Tim g S I ; ..,.. ,
ily. He made the same run again Murphey who did an outstanding Bits started six sophomoresmost Stores Open Wednesday P.I.'U's'; ".
for the two point conversion to Job all year long, Hurse of the year and four seniors &** *> JACQUELINE, BISSET

put Santa Fe 8-7 up. stated. Hurse also pointed out. Christmas Parade Set Dec. 12 _
"Tim is BITS
a winner, the DickVanTDyke-Sally Ann'HoWes"Lionel JeiriesInn'ChittyChitty'Bang
passing and:
BITS came grid tutor says, and that's as "We started two sophomore ...rJIM:
tried to run the draw balance ; Ban ... ....... I
Ma- big a compliment as Hurse is running backs (Malachi Henry Starke stores will be open a.m. Saturday, Dec. 12. v MarccMIPLUS
But after
the aerial game. capable of paying an athlete. and Brad Carter) who are potentially on Wednesday afternoons dur- Brian Hamilton, parade ,-.5UI ft MNAVISION ILCHNICOL01L, United Artists 4D 7 ..-aaa? (Q)
yards onceon
lachi Henry got Santa Fe defense Murphey is the first football real fine football players tog December for the convenchairman, urges all clubs, I. A A 1. 1

the draw alerted the to It. player In 20 years to letteras ," Hurse said. "But they lence of Christmas shoppers churches, civic groups, other .......-- --...._--.--"'._ ,'. -, '
was a freshman. His 1970 foot- had a lot of pressure on them, Brian Hamilton, chairman of organizations, and businesses
Neither team could get going ball letter will make four.Mur- they made mistakes which sophomores the Merchants Division of the who plan) to enter units In the

until late In the second period phey lettered as a freshman as will do." Chamber of Commerce announced parade to contact him at PLUS -

when Santa Fe got the ball at a defensive end and became: Still, the coach back up, 11 today. The additional- Stump's Store, phone 964-5423, uncoHITCHCOCKS

the BITS 49 after Robinson re- known then as a real hard- wasn't the sophomores who shopping hours will start Wednesday by Saturday, Dec. 5, so that SEE THE ORIGINAL

nosed player. made the majority of mistakesthis Dec. 4. arrangements can be com the VPSYCHO'UNCUTIIram

This season, at his split end season. "There was too The annual Christmas Papleted.. mercenary I
ADD TO LOCALS- position, he led Tornado receivers big a hole to fill and the sophomores rade, sponsored by the StarkeMerchants are asked to send

Christy Padgett arrived home and was named line. Just were not able to Bradford County Chamber of In their $10 contribution to help TECHNICOLOR' II.I .

Tuesday for the Thanksgiving man-of-the-week three times fill it." Hurse pointed out that Commerce, will be held at 10 pay for candy and other parade I TH..T". UnflMf) ArtMtB
from Norman Park a
to retire a trophy. the 1970 grldders were young expenses.
College in Norman Park, Ga. Then the Tornado coach went several have Just turned 15.

I'ACJK: : TRLEfJU/PH NOV. 26, 1970

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Neglect Shrubbery NOTICETo eernlnir this. call W. Huntley Code l for the Coastal regions Administrator of the Setat filed .*,resat you and you are I
Redfearn. .or. U7.4UO Key.. For any Information con Of Robert E. Run** deceased .'
whom Cnnty .Ind. Court. 1m
Or Lawns It may concern: stone l1ellrht. eernlnir this rail J. D. Henderson First publication on Nov. 111.O..r..e And Foe Bradford Conaty your written defer ee IfOany
Winter MonthsThe I will not be responsible for until Sealed 8 bids o'clock will be received Jr. 473-4874 Keystone 1970. Florida. in: It on Eugene F. Bh lwan oIS
debts p.m December Height. H. Pierce In re: Estate of filmy Tom ha .",
any contracted by anyone 8 J970 At the regular City Coun. Sealed bide will be received Attorney for Administrator llniinn. deceased. Plaintiff whose" add
other than myself. --William meeting city Hall. Keystone nntl 8 o'clock P. M. December P. O. Drawer. 1030 NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 575 West Call Street "trkl'
Thanksgiving holiday It tion has Helglits. It's reserve the 8. at the regular' City larks. Fla. file the original'
found that if your plant W. Thornton, Starke. Fla runt to refuse ounl.rO creditor of the estateof '" and
poll us and most people will is DluS.. any and all "meeting City Ha.ll. 11-11 Cot 11.10 Henry nmmllnson. deceased wit" tn* -..
healthy rkor'before
has bee well .
Wnk little about their fer- chg--12/17) Keystone Height Builder ore hereby notified. and tried. Court Dec
plants tilized, and is in good leaf Au..htry Aua-htry Vane must state. maximum timewhen required to file any claim ember 17. 1.70: otherwise a
Vane .
.particularly their Actinic CitY'Clerk building. will be started be entered
lawns according condition fertilizer will not 11.5 or demand which they may JUd..m.nt may
to the Florida harm NOTICETo tt 11-24 and maximum time of completion I. The Clrenlt Court Klh hiJudicial have against the aid estate> Igalnst you for the> relief demanded
Nursery them. In tact It will of building after contracthn Circuit Of Florida In the office of the county in the Complaint or
men and Growers Association. InvKntloa To Bid been signed.' Su'tI"IIfulbhld..r of Bradford County. >
encourage greater root growth IB And For Brndford co..rCh.n judge 1
The winter months for whom It may concern: The City of Keystone Height must furnish Blue prints AcUoai Florida In the Courhouno at 'wttne'as my hand and the
are usual- next year's supply of flowers I will not be responsible for request bids for Airplane for foundation and hunger cerIfl..d e.... No. *X>3 Bradford County. Florida o* said, Court on November
ly dry and lawns as well as or fruit. any debts made by other Hanger for Keystone Airport ', by registered engineerbefore Duval Federal savings And within alt calendar month. tPal It 70.
other ornamentals should have anyone to conform to the following closing! deal. W* reserve loan Association Of Jacksonville from the date of the first >
water than myself.Mrs.. Carrie specifications: the right to refuse any and a corporation Plaintiff. publication of thus notices Inman D. OreetiA
adequate to sustain their POINSETTIAS Williams (Mrs. L.S. Williams>)>. On. ((1) Hanger building as all blrts. .vs- R D. Crosby and Martha Each claim or demand must .. Clerk of Said CourtFlru
root systems. The dry northern This is the season when poln- below: AuKhtry Vance.. City Crosby his wife. Defendant. b*> In writing and must state Publication Nov. 19. "JJInvitation
winds deplete the One (1) Manner else 125 ft. AUlhtry V nceuAct.nrIn Notice Of Suit-No PropertyTo the place of residence and 11-19 'to
plant leaves settias begin to slow down Ir wide, 135 ft. Clerk 11-11) ,
2tp 12/3 long" and 20 ft. : Martha Crosby; In care poatofflce d beesworn -
of moisture If there Is not growth, but the worms becomf high At ewes' with a 2-12 .>f Mr.. Saudre. P. O. Box 84.laulslxiry. claimant and must
enough supplied by the active roof pitch. 125 ft. by 10 ft high Tennessee and R.Crosby to by the claimant, his 1 agent T Bid

root says the Florida NUT- IfiTlttl m T. BU eliding" door. Door. must have .. Residence Un- 01' Mi attorney, or 1 It will become The City of Keystone Height
system. The result will be mar serymen and Growers Association The City vt K"YlftOliu Heights 16 ft. clearance above floor. Coo. r "" ..I..'. Court. I* void according" to>> law. requests bids for One (1) It
ginal bum on the leaves or FNGA). request !bide! for ono Foiiltrwk" One ((1) 8 ft. by 8 ft. chain And For Brndford c excessive to conform' to the following: operated overhead door to be net Ion for SO. A. D. 1170. parker body to (conformto
leaf drop. specifications: located over hanger door In In re: Estate of Robert B. n Of Suit has been filed -.- Maggie Netter Tomllneon the
Notice eivardpaiderloading
Lawns should be watered at Poinsettia hornworms are the One t., Ford truck f t/lO center of building Runge." ,, deceased mnlnst you and you are reinlred Maggie Netter """mllnll"n..Admlnl".tor One ,
least once a bats of the homeowner's existence standard cab 174 Inch wheel Three ((3) 30 In. by 68 In. Notice To Creditors to servo a copy of your of the Estateof hvrd"u1lc garbage packer bortv.
week particular base. Cab to axle dimension walk-In doom.. hAlt creditor of the estate ot Written defenses. If any to It Henry Tomllneon. deceae. Loadingcncnaclty" 3 cubic VA""".
ly If they are over-seeded wilt when it comes to producing lOa Inches to 120 Inches 1SOO Twenty (20) S ft. by 11 ft. Robert E. Runge. deceased. the plaintiff attorney 'a.. Cab *n tide dlmenslnns 102 In.
ryegrass. Shrubs and beautiful flowers. These lb. two (2) speed rear sxle. kvllffhti. Five (5) 10 ft. long are hereby notified and repaired whose on name and. address ,1. First publication on Nov. 6. to 120 In. required. .
trees 0300 lb. rear main springs. ridge screen v..ntlIRtora.On. to file any claims or deknand > lion. Adam O. Adams. 11. 116Burnett 1970. To he I Installed "lrVn..rr tjn0
should also have water. A thor- worms have a voracious appetite 24.:>0 lb. rear auxiliary aprlnes. (1) 25 ft. by 125 ft. by 20 which they may have Hnnk ; George H. Fierce Ford Truck to be to .
ough soaking with at least and can literally devour Standard front springs' 330 ft high side enclosed lean-to ugalnst the said estate In the lonvllle. Florida sndgfile.the Attorney for Admlnlstrlx factory by successful truck
one two o r three leaves from cubic' Inch heavy duty engine: with sidewall cover between office of the county Judo of orlRlnal with the clerk of thenh".e 11-5 4t 1128In bidder.
inch of water will keep plants your with 13 In. clutch. WOO :x 20 10 building and lean-to to bo Bradford County, Florida In d cou or before Color to match truck cah.
in excellent condition. poinsettia bush In one night. l ply tube type tlivs power omitted. Minimum height OP* the CourthouNe at Bradford Decen 1 1. 1970; otherwise Did to be FOB body factory .
uteorlna.Heavy black nlng Clearance ,fully 10 ft. County Florida within six Information. c.m.
What about The worms can be killed by duty vinyl : n may be en.toreil The Fnr any .
applying fertilizer aunt trio Heavy duty 70 AMP high door. Tills building1 Is to calendar months from the onto againstmyou for the relief The Circuit Court Of cunning this call W HuntleyRedfearn.
in the winter months? The using sevin. This must be ap- buttery.I I'.iKht and left West be delivered and elected on the of the first publication of this demanded In the com- Eighth Jmllrlnl Circuit OFlnrlrin .Tr. 473.4340 Key. '4
Agricultural Experiment plied and kept on the bush Const minors. Color: pure builders footings on the ramp notice. Each claim or demand plaint or petition. In And For atone Heights.
Sta- Citue No.
white. bo In writing and must receivedanlll
at Keystone Airport.The lIuot Witness mv hand and the Sealed Bids will t>e
while the worms are young. 1'lio above truck to be delivered minimum for roof and atate the place of residenceand seal of said I Court on November Mary Evalenn Stewart PlaIn. 0 o'clock ecwr.h
In The Circuit Court of The Once a hornworm has attainedthe to factory of successful wall to be metal 28 gage All postolflce address.* of the 4. 1970. tiff -vClnrenco Wayne / 1170 at the..P.l.lI'ln rity
garbage, l i>ucl Judicial Circuit length of half Inch SHAD
Eighth of a an Freight to body factory from be 5 year color guarantee. Give to by the claimant his agent, Inman P. Oreen Notice Of Suit Heights We reserve
Florida In And For Bradford or more stomach polsonlngr truck factory of nuucessfulI'lcliltT alternntn price for 20 year col- or his attorney or It will become A* Clerk of said Court To: Clarence. Wayne. Stew. the right to refuse any and
tit SlatePrison.
to be m-KotlutiMl withmiLcc'Hsful or for roofing walls and slidIng void according"; to law. art In Car. Georgia
County. Case No. 890 little In depleting the worn bidder. and City oC doomTho October 30. 1970. As 13y Hcillnh Deputy M Clerk Moody Keldsvllle. Georgia all bids.'Anqhtrv Vance",
population.The KNionu: < llttlKlita.For entire project must conform Carl W. Richie 11.12 4t 121 You are hereby notified that "qhtry Vance Acting City
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE any Infoimntlon con to the mthorn! Building! CAIU. W. RICHIE an action for divorce) has been /"'.-" 11 K 4t 11.2111i

ASSOCIATION a corpor- adult of the hormwonr'
ation organized and existing is a moth called the hawk moth
She deposits the In
eggs flight'
under the laws of the United
States Plaintiff, vs CHARLESP. The eggs are pearl colored <*ets &teifKtsaffsa V1:

BIAS and GRACIE M. BIAS with a sticky substance on the
outside. These adhere to the I
his wife, Defendants.
leaves and hatch into a worm

that is very small.These moths .... .. '" ...." jj ,
OF SALE ....
fly late In the evening and ....:..... I
Notice Is hereby given that, early morning.In .,... '" ... AI1AYw
pursuant to the Final Judgment every ...*.
entered in cause numbered 890, .....
in the Circuit Court of Bradford The Circuit Court of The '.

County Florida. I will Eighth Judicial Circuit of
sell the property situated In Florida In And For Bradford COFFEEOR

Bradford County Florida des- County. Case No..
cribed as; Aretha Mae Johnson Plain- I

Lots I I. 2 and 3, Block 7, tiff, -vsLonnie Johnson De-

CORLLOTTA Unit No. 1 I. a Subdivision fendant. .

of a part of the NE Notice of Suit ....

1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section To: Lonnie Johnson, Route 1 I. PLUS OTHER PlPS1-CCIA

1'7. Township 7 South Range Box 116-BA, Greenwood, Dela : elm? ... ..
20 East, in the Town of Brooker ware. FINE CIFTS .

Bradford County, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- _
according to plat on file in FIED that an action for divorce
lirri.h'rAI f Uilr
Stw'. I, urIt'
the office of the Clerk of Cir- has been filed against you and

cuit Court in and for said you are required to serve a

Bradford County, in Plat Book copy of your written defenses,
3, page 14. if any, to it o n EUGENE F. GRAND
at public sale, to the highest SHAW, Attorney for Plaintiff :
i I
bidder for cash, at the front whose address is 142 West Call ; i' .
door of the Bradford County Street, P.O. Box 1086, Starke \ -

Courthouse in Starke, Florida Florida and file the original ALTO:pKER --- STILL IN FULL SWING ,
between 11:00: a.m. and 2:00: with the Clerk of the above- \ NN

on the 11th day of December styled Court
p.m. on or before December -
1970.INMAN 21, 1970; otherwise a .. :w1L 111111 These Are Just A Few Of The Many Bar-

D. GREEN. CLERKBy Judgment may be entered against -

: Lola H. Zlpperer you for the relief demanded gains Come Get Your Share I I

Deputy ClerkANDERSON In the Complaint. ,
& WILKES WITNESS my hand and the

P.O. Box 885 seal of said Court on the 23rd It III I. smmLIfl NDeFROST ONE MILE SOUTH IIIWAY 301 STARKE, FLA.
Green Cove Springs Florida day of November, 1970.


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Nov. I
aurant Tuesday evening
Agriculture and ConsumerServices -
Division of Forestry at 17 as members of the club t
Camp Blanding. ficials.met with guests and area of- ti j

Assistant District Range Twelve new members were .
John W. Kelley, Starke and enlisted in the drive. They are I
District Ranger J.C. Prevatt Bob Allen, Fred Barker, John
were among those attending.The Barrett, John Bradley,Jr.,John WINNERS
foresters, comprised of Dempsey, Norman Dowdy, Bob
district rangers, assistant dis- Milner, Lamarr Norman, Phil-
trict rangers, and county for- lip Redmon Jimmy Smith,
esters from Florida's 18 Division Bill Wilson, and Pete WItt
of Forestry administrative Twenty-seven; persons at-
districts, received Inten- tended the annual SEEK meetIng -
sive training In advanced supervisory Tuesday with Hugh Foster,
responsibilities. field secretary from Orlando,
and Don Rothwell of Gaines- '
Emphasis was placed on ville, past district governor.
practical solutions to a super- J.E. Tomlinson, president of
visor's problems In courses the Starke club, presided at
taught by experienced forestry the program. D.E. Hill, immediate -
speicallsts In forest manage- past president, spokeof .
ment, fire control, and envl- what Civitan means.
rlonmental education.Fire con- Rothwell told how Civitan *
trol problems received special came into being at Birmingham, ... I
attention, as the foresters were Ala. In 1920.lie also discussed {+
put in the Divison of Fores- organizational structure of the
try's unique fire control simu- club and the part Civitan has I
lator and placed under the pres- played In the program for the i1
retarded, both at the state and
sures of bringing wildfires WIder FRANCIS'
control. national level. MRS. CHARLES E. MARC E. JACKSON ;

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J 73 Greenhan.ds Humphries 1 City. 176 Deer Killed In First 9 DavA -
Friday night, Nov. 27, at 8

, HAMPTON Initiated Into Win Scotch Community i p.m. all three Choirs will cele- record-breaking 12,710 Ing season Nov. 1422.

i By Mr*. D. K. IDMSunland Local FFA Club brate their anniversary. The hunters have checked Into the Game kill for the nine-day
Golf MatchLester public Is Invited to attend. Saturday Camp Blanding Wildlife Man- period was: 176 deer, :S3 hogs,
II I I the kitchen committee agement Area during the first 75: quail 804 cat squirrel, and I
:seventy-three; Bradford High will be selling dinners from
Center at nine days of the current hunt- 90 fox squirrel.
Training School students, boys and girls, and Mary Humphries the kitchen. Sunday services
Gainesville held annual open were Initiated Into the Junior were winners of the Ladies Newsy will begin with Sunday Schoolat . _.
featur- - - - - -
house Sunday ,
FFA Chapter last Wednesday, Mixed Scotch Foursome Tour- 9:30, Educational Day. Mor- - -
ing the dedication of the research Nov. 18, In a Greenhand Initiation nament played at the Starke ning service at 11 a.m., Leagueat
and hospital center for sponsored by the Senior Golf and Country Club Sunday 4 p.m. Evening service at Open A Saving Account?
I longtime Superintendent Ray- FFA Chapter. afternoon. Elizabeth Given: *' Walker 6 p.m. The public is Invitedto

mond Phlpps. This year there Is an addition Bill and Jane Glover placed 1&"u. ,"' attend.
Many from the Hampton area of 13 girls to the FFA second and Naomi Herres and -nn..n .. ---n.n.'nn """ """ 1a1

, are employed at Sunland, Including program It will be the first Marlin Elder were third. Ten RECREATION NEWS Bible Class Is held THANKSGIVING SERVICESThe You're Putting Us On.
Edith Parker, Mr. and every
Lott Jane time girls have been invited couples participated In the ..,-The Falcons played their first Monday evening at 7:30.: Prayer Masonic Family will hold
Mrs. F.P. Mary
Jones, Leaston Forsyth, Esta to enroll in the FFA at Brad- afternoon of golfing and tourna- game Wednesday night,Nov.25, Meeting each Thursday at Thanksgiving services Thurs-
ford High. ment Bradford Hawks.On Pleasant Grove United
play. the
Peeples, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- against 7:30.: The Fifth Sunday Union day at
neth InezHolllfield, Mr. To be Initiated an FFA Green- While the adults were hav- Saturday night, Nov. 28, will be held Sunday, Nov. 29, Methodist Church at 3 p.m.
and Mrs. Ted Curtis Nettle had, every boy and girl must ing their tournament, 12 boysIn the Falcons vs Jacksonville at at Antioch Baptist Church,Rev. The public is invited.
Griffin Patricia Holt, Ada Mae meet the following require- the Junior Division were the RJE gym. The games will L.W. Thomas pastor. Greater Allen Chapel AME
ments: having their own scotch four- start at 7:45.: The Pastor Anniversary Pro- Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas- w
Paul Lott Lou
1) Be tournament. Dale Johns Students d
enrolled will
regularly In a some The bus run.
Peeples, Ethel Estes, Virginia gram will start Friday night tor.Rev.
Juanita Green Connie vocational agriculture class and and Mitchell Harris won with a will be picked up In Lincoln Dec. 4, with a musical program Jenkins has returnedas
Estes. Mar- have satisfactory and acceptable net 35, Terry Gaines and Eddie City; at 7:15: and Lawtey at and will conclude Sun- pastor of Allen Chapel for
Bishop celene-, Marilyn Campbell, Inez Holli- plans for a program of Hazen were second with a net 7:45. All fans are Invited to day at 3 p.m. with Rev. Ganey another Conference year. We
field and Katherine Thomas.Dr. supervised farming and/or other 38 1/2, and Bruce Tucker and come out and support your of Gainesville as speaker. The are hoping that each member
agricultural occupation ex Ed Watts were third with a team. will join hands and cooperatewith
John Hull Is scheduledfor public is Invited to attend.
perience. net 39 1/2. the program of the church 1
a week's evangelistic meet- 2) Be familiar with the pur- A benefit buffet supper was NAACP BANQUET Greater Bethlehem Free Will for success. A good leader
Ings at Hampton Baptist Church pose of FFA and the programof served to the group by the There will be a Thanksgiving Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper needs good followers.
December 6 through 13, at activities of the local chap Ladles Golf Association.FIlA Banquet held at Greater Williams pastor. Monday night ,
7:30: pjn. each evening. ter. T Bethlehem Free Will Baptist Choir No. 3 and Ushers BoardNo. Each member is expected to
Visiting here this week with 3) Recite and Creed of the Church Wednesday, Nov. 25, 3 will meet. Tuesday night meet the new pastor Sunday,
Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath Is Miss Future Farmers of America. ReporterKaren at 8 p.m. The public Is invited Choir No.1 1 will rehearse.Wed- Dec. 6, for services which start
Jennie Kristensen of Darien, 4) Receive a majority vote to attend. There will be nesday the NAACP Banquet will with Sunday School at 10 a.m. .
Conn., and her twlneight-year- Garst Bradford be held at the church. Thurs- w 3r -
of the members present at a High an Informative program. Lovefeast at 11. Evening
old nieces, Karen and Claire. Future Homemaker, was elec- day night the Ladies Circle service -
regular meeting of the local- 6 p.m.PRIEST. ::
Mrs. Ingenlath met them at chapter of the FFA.NEWS ted reporter of the District SCHOOL NEWS will meet at the home of Mrs. :p'
the Jacksonville airport Satur- FHA organization at a convention The schools In Bradford Elizabeth Wright In Lincoln
day, and they expect to do some
r I held recently. County will be closed for the ...
sightseeing around Florida this ... _. ..r_ '"
575 persons attended the Dis- Thanksgiving Holidays this
week while Mrs. Ingenlath is
trict II meeting
Thursday and Friday. All students f
taking a few days' vacation. ABOUT
The State FHA convention is will return Monday after
Vicki Ingenlath of New York
set April 22-25. Five BUS FHA weekend.
City, Mrs. Ingenlath's sister- members will attend the state a long

in-law Is to arrive Wednes- SERVICE MENPFC convention, Including one advisor CHURCH ACTIVITIES
day to spend Thanksgiving here.
two voting delegates the Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Orvllle Brookins was taken to .,_ 4 district reporter, and one other Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
Bradford County; Hospital on member. c
Monday last week for treatment. Donald C. Norman has 5&1O;
K.B. Watterson was taken to ..r ,

Thursday Bradford for County treatment.Jell' Hospital. last just lough completed with his parents a 25-day Mr.fur-anc This Jet Will NEVER FLY. These days all"ire hate to tin in mention opening a sitting' account .

Mrs. Carlos Norman of Routl Friday and Saturday Nite Only to some/ of/ our youth and they put us down pretty hard.

I, Lawtey. He entered the Army IT'hat, they ask, has money go to do with Truth Beauty, Love
Warren last March and took basic train- Our the health has
7 answer simple/ beauty of good a way of
Ing and Advanced Individual ALLDouble not tatting long ithout plenty of food! and medical rare.
Training at Fort Jackson, S.C. BUT IT SURE ti very
Knit Material
Heads Fla. At Fort Gordon, Ga. he com- If'hieh of pleted 11 weeks of specialized out educationwelt./ Truth is pretty hard to come by. All of

Blue training In Teletype; and Communications (: e3 WILL PUMPlOTTSA }If 3.97 yard reg. 4.98 u hirh firings ut to Lore." .,lid here ice'!!only mention the kind of
Key. and will now report .5 love ue deal/ with aery day -thstl'llfly, e/lrellllllcrimpillB! and
to Fort Jackson for over- p stating' of a mother and father// to five their Itids-that's right-
Jeff Warren of Mr. and seas assignment In Germany.PFC some Truth Some lleuuty. And this it no put-on.
son Norman Is a graduate Christmas Tree Light Sets ff
Mrs. Joseph D. Warren of of Union County High School,

Starke dent of Florida was installed Blue Key as leader-presi- Lake Butler. 77C Reg. 98c 1.19 First Federal

ship fraternity at the University Pvt. Michael K. Leverson, GOULDSIHusky Jets ASTTEERMRugged Savings
; of Florida last Sunday at a son of Mrs. Elsie Leverson of "
banquet at the Holiday Inn South 810 E. Brownlee St., Starke, has And Loan AssociationOF
In Gainesville. reported for duty with the First Goulds pumps are backed by our local Christmas Wrapping Paper ti

Warren attended U of F on Marine Division In Vietnam. "Declaration of Dependability" service assurance.
a football scholarship and was He Is a 1968 graduate of STAHKE
chairman of the rtcent 1970 Bradford High School. SEE IT TODAY AT 3 Rolls.37C a 395 W. Madison! St. 964-:>000 <
Gator Homecoming activities. -
Lieutenant (junior
Secretary of State-elect Richard grade John G. Sims HI, hus- DURRANCEPump OUR HOURS :
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guest speaker Sunday P. Searing of 524 W. Call St., Supply a.m. p.m.
induction of 24 new membersInto Starke, was promoted to his Friday: 9 a.m. to 530
Florida Blue Key. Stone 341 N. TEMPI 9G< l-7061 37C Reg. 49c J
present rank while serving atU.S. Cloned SaturdayTHE
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District H Winner of the
1970-71 Mate It Yourself With l :If J'I

Wool Competition were selected {.
Saturday, Nov. 12 in a 'J
fashion show at the Bradford
County Agriculture Center here :

moderated by.Mrs. .RubyJTho-

ma.Mrs. Cheryll Newbury, 21, !

Hollv Hill the Senior
Division.! Mrs. Newbury' mod- .'.1.. .; g .
edled. Qr -pIece pants-suit '., ',1 $.I
. !in a cranberry .red. .black.and J_ !:

off-white plaid by Pendleton. '. : 'r f '
The Jumpsuit of plaid slacks .' ;
, and white bodice was topped ,'
with a sleeveless, double- f''r

4 breasted Jacket with a reversible ', 2J: _
detachable cape; one sideoffwhite :
one side plaid. > J-.r. It hf
The complicated ensemble j"J1II j- ,

tw s4 was superbly sewn according "-:...,. ..: "
to Miss Martha Sue McCain,
Bradford Home Economics: JA-
a a v+ tlsc gent. : JUNIOR WINNERS
Senior runner-up was Miss

Sarah Am Guerrero 16,daughter neckline, patch pockets seafront SENIOR WIN...rfS
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter button closing with

Guerrero Ocala. Miss Guer bound buttonholes.In ern States Council Event to
rero modeded a lined single order to te In the competition be held In Jacksonville, Flo-
breasted three-quarter length girls had to make and rida, Dec. 19.
coat with long set-in sleeves model their own garments- Make It Yourself With Wool
and faced front. The blouse selecting the fabric, patternand Program is sponsored by the
had a faced neck and arm- accessories. All fabrics Women's Auxiliary to the Na-
holes, center back zipper and used had .to be made of,100% tional Wool Growers Association -
scarf. A-llne skirt had left wool loomed in American. and the American Wool

M % side zipper and is completely Judges for the competitionwere Council, a division of the A-
? lined. Miss Clara L. Gibson merican Sheep Producers
Miss Sharon Welngarden; Clothing and Textiles Specialist Council with National Headquarters -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- from Institute of Food and In Denver Colorado.

11" seph Welngarden, Monticello, Agricultural Sciences, University Other participants were:Senior
was Junior Division Winner, of Florida Gainesville; Division- Miss Frances Kay
with a three piece coral colored John Myers manager of Starke- Walker. Branford; Miss Linda

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:: ,r and an A-llne skirt. For accessories Sohm Librarian for Clay, County Beach; Miss Patricia Nix, 0-
she chose a white ; School System. cala.
t :: I I II crepe blouse. Mrs. Cheryll Newbury and
Junior Runner-up was Miss Miss Sharon Welngarden willparticipate
LLWn'oriai l! I Our American Thanksgiving, one of the few I II Judy Gladney, 16, daughter of In the Junior and

., yYThe holidays we have exported to older countries, Mrs. Lucille Gladney. Mlcan- Senior Division Divisions of Junior DivisionMiss Toni

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I of blue green and white plaid. be held at the Marion County Miss Andene Kapilla. Ocala;
the annual observance is generally given to Mrs. I II
The skirt, with side invisi-
Agriculture Center. Ocala: on Miss Colett. R. Morgan, Key-
I Sarah J. Hale of Boston who, in magazines and ble zipper and waistband, was Saturday Nov. 21. stone Heights; Miss Sonya Jean

Mr. Hoffman newspapers of that period, wrote many articles mini length. The collarless, Winners In the Junior and Payton, Keystone Heights and
Privileged I and editorials proposing such a holiday. I II. lined Jacket, made sleeveless, Senior Divisions at the state Miss Mary Louise Lauria of
had princess seaming "v" level will go on to the South- Madison.
r After years of crusading, Mrs. Hale finally I

If you can't think of anything elseto dents and faculty to hear these peopleIf conveyed her views to President Lincoln, who
issued the first national proclamation setting
be grateful for this Thanksgiving, they so desire, provided, of course, I aside a day of Thanksgiving during the Civil I II FarmersJudging DiaryIn
be thankful that there Is only one that these people behave

Abbie Hoffman (though there are many while on our campuses," Mr. Kib- I War, in 1863. by the 30 degree cold every Instance he has stout-

others too nearly like him for com- ler said, In one of the most puzzling I Since that time, family groups like the one and the widespread blankets of ly held to his own conviction.He .

fort) visiting our state university cam- statements of the year. pictured above, have gathered together under white frost in last week's first knows full well that "one

puses, spewing vulgar obscenities and the shade of oaks or around the dining table wintry spell of the season, it man's "meat Is another man's

preaching sedition, rebellion, and Insurrection We agree with him that there may for the traditional Thanksgiving feast. looks as if we are In for e poison, as the saying goes
and others
can stuff their tur-
long, hard winter. Coming
the be no legal to prevent such per- ear-
against government. way
keys with anything at hand and
The scene above is reproduced from an old lier than usual, the light freeze
from invited to speak--
sons being from the collection left by the did not do a lot of damage to enjoy 1C But on Thanksgiving
glass negative
Of course, Mr. Hoffman was "in though we would like to see the uni- \ whose signature is re- field crops, but the frost burned Day, when the royal bird is
late Hoover Brothers
vited" to put on his nauseating farce versity administration at least try telling the up pasture grass and we havean opened to paraphrase a great
corded on thousands of photographs I idea that the cold did- American patriot. Sam says
and was eve n paid a handsome fee to find a way--but we cannot help snap
story of Starke- and its citizens!' for half a cen- n't do the berry crop any; good "Give me sausage dressing or
fill but wonder if Mr. Kibler considersthe
of $1,500 at each university to By Sam McGarvey: "
tury. The identity of this group is not known, either. give! me death.
the ears of gaping students with four- uttering of obscene words and l-
recognizes of the faces,
but reader any
letter words and invitations to join the preaching of sedition as "behav- The if'any Telegraph would appreciate having this in- '. 0 .

in an attack on the nation's capital ing" oneself? formation.

next spring. Barnum said there's a Damage from a cold spell at All the fuss and excitementof Family get-togethers suchas

sucker bojtp every minute, but we So far as we know there has beenno i this time, from what we have the general election Is past on Thanksgiving Day, are
--- -- --- --- been
told depends on whether
cannot help but wonder if the stu- repeal of the Florida statutes a- but we have a number of municipal great times for remembering
there is of moisture in
) elections the family happenings of
dents who extended the invitation to gainst uttering profane and indecent : coming up long
the ground rr; not. In this case In Lawtey,Hampton and Keystone ago, and one of Sam's favor-
this convicted member of the infam- language, and it also seems that we 1 It's a womga'. ':I' berry fields haw been dry for Heights. Most Interest In ite ones concerns the feast day
ous "Chicago Seven" are suckers e- remember some legal restrictions on .T By Martha Sue McCain some time (except for irrigation the area will be centered on back In the terrible days of

nough to think they got their money's advocating the overthrow of the gov- :.:: County Extension ) and so the cold may have the Hampton referendum, In the Big Depression. We were
worth of dirt and Insults. ernment. JfJfIiII2f{ Home Economics Agent think damaged the plants. We do not which the voters will decide living in Newark and as the
the cold
was severe e-
whether to reject or to retain family purse was bare, not to
nough to affect the plantingsof their mention the cupboard
The and
city charter. our
We can also be thankful that at The court dockets of Bradford County greens. concern for
vote will be an Interesting chapter Thanksgiving was
mixture of
least one voice (noteably not that of carry frequent mention of persons thing You a might little like different to try for some-the 1 400 cup degrees boiling; pour water, remain- in the history of the town- to have something to eatlet

any of the university administrators) arrested and tried for uttering pro- Thanksgiving Season. Instead ing liquid smoke and r er Ingredients which at one time was a thriv- alone a big feast. But along

had courage enough to speak out against fane and indecent language. Do foul- of the roasted or baked turkey over turke. Cover But according to the fore- ing community. from came the a small check to Sam

Hoffman's appearance. Rep. Paul Rog- mouthed radicals such as Abbie Hoff- what about SMOKED and cook until tend., basting cast last weekend the outlookwas and along Saturday with his Evening Post
ers (D-Fla) sent letters to Attorney man have the privilege of immunity TURKEY, and this Is smoked frequently. Cool or serve hot. for another cold wave so On Thursday families all he went to sister the market-
be omitted
General Mitchell and the U.S. District from such statutes simply because In One the oven.6-1/2 from Garlic turkey cloves braut may, if desired.In by Thanksgiving Day we may over the country will get together area and bought just about

Attorney for the Northern District of they violate them on college campuses salt and pepper to 7-pound, 4 cloves turkey of, case you have left-over be In the chilly grip of weather.more unseasonably So It and In most cases the everything in sight.

Illinois urging that Hoffman's $25,000bail ? this is another good re- main dish of the Thanksgiving
garlic 1/3 turkey
cup liquid smoke appears we will not have an Dinner will be roast .
be revoked and he be sent backto 6 peppercorns. 1 tablespoon cipe. "open" winter like the first and all the trimmings includ-turkey .

jail. Rogers said that Hoffman's Isn't this discriminating against the prepared mustard, and 1 bay one we had in Florida 21 years ing the stuffing We ,mention By way of explanation, back
attempts to incite an attack on thenation's small town punk who utters an obscene leaf. 1 cup celery, l large onion, brought ago, when only the a couple entire of season cold that because In our family turkey for and$10 you sausage could for buy the a
capital are sufficient groundsfor word, or the terrible temperedMr. 1-1/2 teaspoons salt, 2 tea- spells. mother turned out dressIng dressing, and vegetables and
revoking bail. Banks who curses on the street Rub dry turkey cavity and spoons poultry seasoning, 1 teaspoon made with sausage that was fruits and nuts and about all
skin with salt and Cut so good that second or third
pepper. 1 large loaf bread .
sage S. you needed for
? What about their rights to a big dinner
1 clove of In half helpings were spoken for.
garlic and cubed 3 3 cups diced and
; eggs still have
In the meanwhile a little change
university spokesmen be vulgar if they choose? Why should
Leave both
cavity. garlic chicken, 2 turkey
turkey or cups However, It'a an 111 wind that i left. However, we hope that
seem to continue their attitude:
Mr. Hoffman be a privileged charac- clove halves in bird. Rub skin chicken
or gravy. days like that
blow's no one good, and in this never come back
that "boys will be boys," even when ter even if he is 'invited' by the with second garlic clove and Combine celery and onion; case the cold weather is wel- because while a little boughta
they advocate burning the nation's cap students and condoned by the univer- discard. Cut 2 slits In skin of mince in electric blender. Add comed by hunters who seem Having been raised as a"saubeensImeigledoat lot, what good was it If ;you
ital, and Chairman of the Board of sity administration? breast and Insert 1 clove In celery misture and seasoningsto to do better than when the has Mimes didn't have the little.Don't .
each slit. Brush entire bird bread mix well. Stir In
Regents Burke Kibler ; temperature gets In the high
up Inside and out with 1/4 to dry dressing made with
cup Layer dressing and turkey in oysters
with nothing more helpful than the Mr. Kibler thinks there is some liquid smoke. Let stand over- buttered casserole; repeat lay- 70s in a balmy spell.fTired or with chestnuts, but

suggestion that "repression" wouldbe doubt as to whether such speakerscan night In refrigerator.Place ers until all are used. Pour Be One

more repulsive than Hoffman's vul be removed from the campuses turkey In shallow roast- gravy over top. cover casser-
garities."I Ing pan. Bake 20 minutes at 500 ole. Bake at 350 degrees for 01 The 35Fatalities
"unless law." they are actually breakingthe degrees. Reduce oven heat to 1 hour. Yield: 6 servings. 1 r Of Smut In Mailbox? 1

deplore the presence of these s:;::.::: -::..::......n..n.... __>o. __o1CIIlRI I HOlD To Keep It OutWant
people on our campuses but, never- Well, don't look now, Mr. Kibler, V Duck Hunters Traffic accidents will claim
f Know
theless, I respect the right of stu- but we think they just broke some. :. I to keep "smut" out of any other purpose. Postmaster the lives of 35 people in Flor-

I your mall box? General Winton M. Blount said ida during the Thank.sgIholiday
Their Hirris The U.S. Postal Service has the new law was designed to period unless motor
Just spelled out Instruction for give mall patrons blanket pro ists and pedestrians put forthan
Americans to follow under a tection against mailers of objectionable extra effort to prevent them,
Christmas Shopping Edition Next Week + -_.. Ability to Identity waterfowlcan Game and Fresh Water Fish new law aimed at curbing that material. the Florida Highway Patrol said
n be a major factor In duck Commission has published a President Nixon recently "Sexually oriented" matter today.
.. 1 -.......: 'h hunting this season. guide to the ducks with 90 termed "the largest volumn Is described as "Any adver- "The countdown begins at 6
... o Florida hunters will have the and 20 point values, and is of sex-oriented mail In his- tistment that depicts In actualor P.m.. Wednesday, Nov. 25, and
.... :'\' I'Jh opportunity to harvest additional making the guide available with- tory." simulated form or explicitly ends" at midnight: Sunday, Nov.
A ducks, but the key to the out charge to Florida sports Almost half a million Americans describes. In predominant 29. according to Colonel Reid
The Bradford County 'r. y Increased bag limit Is duck men. have already taken action ly sexual contest, human gen- Clifton director of the Patrol.

TELEGRAPH For he will give his angels: limit for ducks duringthe guide may be obtained at all them to prevent specific objec- unnatural sexualofintercoourse, were recorded during the
In 1970-71 season will be gov regional and field offices of tionable material from enterIng any; act of sadism or mas- 102 hour period.
ESTABLISHED 1879 charge of you to guard you erned by points rather than the Commission and from all their homes, and It Is pre ocKmJ.or! any other erotic The Thanksgiving holiday
all your ways. number of birds. Hunters will wildlife officers. Northeast dicted that millions more will subject directly related to the Period Is one of the heaviest
-Pslams( 91:11): ). be allowed a total of 100 points Florida may obtain the guide take advantage of the new,more foregoing." traffic holidays of the year
Wherever we are, and whatever for a day's bag and the limitis by writing the Game and Fresh benerallaw. The new law will become ef and highway will be Jammed
we are called upon to do, rached when the points of Water Fish Commission office It enables a citizen to give fective February I, 1970 and with motorists headed for vis
weMaaa the last duck taken, added to SR .90 East Lake City, Fla., the Postal Service his name will probably come up for a its with friends and relative
in the protecting care
we are values of others taken reaches 32055. and address on a form stating speedy court tost. to enjoy the traditional "1uJ'
FLORIAS A S S of God. This quickens the or exceeds 100 points. he does not wish to receive key and trimmings"

spirit of good judgment in us, Ducks have been assigned "sexually oriented" ads from The Patrol urged motoristswho
SO { T N I keeps us alert, and helps us point values of 90 points, 20 any source whatsoever.: Once t+naeahaev plan to travel during this
to cooperate with the laws of points and 10 points. Ducks i his name has bee* on the list time to leave home with a
God and The with 90 point value are: Canvasback for 30 days the' teai1 r who 11 Planned to be certain -
man. assurance plenty
Redhead,Mallard Hen, sends him such material, fac. that ; of time Is allowed -
that wherever we are God is, Wood Duck, Black Duck, Flo- ss stiff criminal and civil 1 for a safe return trip
E. L. MATTHEWS, EclI r-PubUsilq frees us from the fruitless rida Duck and Hooded Mergan. tion. ac* some

Published each Thursday end entered M Second fea'rs that sometimes occupies ser. Ducks with 20 point value The burden is on the smut "To help avoid becoming a

CUM Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida our thoughts. As we know are: Mallard Drake, Ring. peddler to buy the postal list holiday statistic, maintain a
this truth for ourselves and neck, Greenwlng Teal and Pintail of aU persons who do not safe
want fol-
under Act of March 3rd, 1879.8ub Hen. All other ducks speed tt all times,
otherswe contribute to bringing are their material, at a price not low at a safe distance watch
crlptioo U .
trade are! 1 year $5.00; OnUUer classified as 10 point ducks. yet determined. for
.(U area 1 year, "' .50 about a heavenly state for To help hunters identify the ,--,. !on. It will also be a protect criminal drinking no passing when zones drive and"avoid concluded
all men. birds they have bagged the you ,
offense to buy the list for Ci-'l( Colonel CIItt n.

PACK 8 TEF.EfiRAPH NOV. 26. 1970

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St. Mark's Prisoner of War Chicken Supper "'.;; .v : "
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ThanksgivingCelebration At Pine ValleyA 1- f.:",,,; .. :.;tWd '\. ', / .C1C1"." :j);:'" -

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claimed the week of Nov. 2228as Gospel Sing >t. scheduled _
Prisoner of War Week, urging Saturday Nov. 28 at 7:30 p.m.

St. Marks parish will celebrate all citizens: to show their at the Pine Valley Congregational -
respect and concern for the Holiness Church.
Thanksgiving In a slightly -
unusual, but meaningful and nearly 1,600 members of the Beginning at 5 p.m. a chicken CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS
Joyful manner this Father Armed Forces of the U.S. who upper will be served Adult CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY FIRST PREMSXTERUN
year are now officially listed eitheras and CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 9:45 ajn.Morn-
Jack Flynn says. plates will be $1.25 children Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCP
Certain major feast days of missing in action or as under 12 yean of age will be .ing Worship U a.m. Youth Service 301 North, behind Tas- Sunday: Bible Study !10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth
the Church are celebrated overa prisoners of war In Southeast served for 75 cent*. 6:00 pan. Evenfn 1 Worship tee Freez Drive In Sunday Morning Worship and Communion Worship, 11 ; Fellowship 6 pan Choir Practice
a.m. Evening .
period of eight days, called Asia, and to Join in prayersfor Sponsored by the Gospel Messengers ..7. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Service 11 a.m. Evening ser Worship 7:30 p.m.; Prayej Wednesday 8 p.m.
octave. This year there will be their release. the sings are held Ttq r e night Prayer Meet vice, 11 a.m. and .7 P.m. Prayer vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday; -Rev. Robert D. Burch "
monthly at the Pine Valley 7A0 Service 7:30 Wednes- Worship service GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH "
an octave of celebration of with p.m. p.m. -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor.
"It Is in accordance
Thanksgiving because It will humanitarian Instincts that we Church located off US-301 northof Ivy Lt'Ve Pastor day.Leroy 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.CIlURCtf. Highway 5-100 A, Starke (GrIf-
give an opportunity; to look deeper cherish Starke down the gravel road Olive, pastor, EL, fls Loop).
remember these men, MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL"; ,
i Bradford Furniture Corp. SMYRNA MISSIONAR\ "Jriffls
by associate pastor.
Into the reason for christian Sunday School a.m.Morning
their contributions to our security
Everyone Is Invited to attend. BAPTIST CHURCH HA1\S\ 0.l.'l..CllBISTIAN Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday '
thanksgiving, and Worship 11. Training Union.
; and prayer for their School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor-
633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10
uently, cause true .enjoyment a.m. Morn- 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.
safety; and speedy return to ship, 6 p.m. Training Union 7p.m.
vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. BROOKER Ing Worship, U
of this aspect of human life, their homes and families the a.m. Evening Mid-week Prayer Meeting Wed-
Evening Worship.
Father Flynn said. said. Preaching, 11 a.m. Training Sunday School, !10 a.m. Worship Worship -James Shaw, pas. Ser- nesday, 7:30.Rev.. Don R.
proclamation Wednesday7:30 Prayer
The parish-family "Thanks- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 tor. Drawdy Pastor
vices 1st and 3rd
giving" covered dish luncheonwas STARE 7 pan Everyone welcome. p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.-
held Nov. 22 and was the +Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor 1 lR v. Lacy Conway pastor.. night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST

first octave event. The second Opportunities for service: BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCI i Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
will be a 10 a.m. Thanksgiving I PINE LEVEL CHURCH I Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF GOD BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor-
Day celebration of the ser- 1 PLANS MYSTERY RIDE f School; 11 a.m.; Morning Wor- METHODIST CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; ship 11 a.m.; Evening\ Worship
vice of Christian Thanksgivingthe ship, sermon "The Redemptionthat Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ,Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- 7:30 pjn.; Prayer Meeting 7:30
Father In Christ 6:15 Ing 11 Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Superintendent. ning Worship, Wednesday.
Holy Eucharist. The Word of Life Bible Club Is Jesus : Worship a.m. Youth Ser- Training 7p.m.;Wed.Prayer *
Flynn said the Alter and other of Pine Level Baptist Church p.m.; Church Training, 7:30: vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship -Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor. Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas Meeting and Bible Study, 7 Pastor Rev. Robert We

parts of the Church will be will have a "mystery bus ride" p.m.; Evening Worship, ser- 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night Director. Worship Services, p.m. 'Study on Book of Psalms. NEW
adorned with fruit and vegeta- from 10 a.m. to midnight Fri- mon Possessing our Posses- prayer meeting 7:30: p.m. II a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw.. G.F. Prevatt, pastofr; Everyone:: Sunday School RIVER, 10 BAPTIST Morn-
bles symbolizing Cod's great day, Nov. 27. sions" Rev. Neal Starling, pastor EVERGREEN BAPTIST music director. Welcome. a.m.
ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
providence. Monday- Youth Choir. NorthwestofLaw-
p.m. Highway 125, Union 7
The third event will be the Tuesday10:30: a.m. WMU School 10 Morn- p.m. Evening\ Worship
Rev. John Strickland, pastorof CHURCH OF GOD tey.Sunday a.m. 8
11 a.m.service of Morning prayer the church, said: "No one Council Meeting; 11 ::15 a.m., OF PROPHECY, BROOKER Ing Worship, 11:15.: Sunday Night. HEILBRONN B4PTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night service
and Holy Baptism on Sun- knows where the bus will stop; Program; 12 noon,Covered Dish Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School, L.L. Parker welcome.
Sunday, Nov. 29, Advent Sun- the ride will be exciting and Luncheon; 12:30: p.m., Business Ing Worship II a.m.Young Pea Prayer Meeting. 7:30: pjn.Rev Sunday School, 9:45a.m.Morn- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45: pastor
day, the first day of the new full of surprises, going places Meeting; 3:30: p.m. Jr. Choir ple's Service 6 p.m. Evange- Albert Knight, pastor. ing Worship, U. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Christian year. Christian Baptism you have never been, and meet- Mission Friends, G.A.; 4:15: listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -
has much "thanksgiving"meaning Ing Interesting personalities.Guest ACTEENS, G.A., Primary day Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 7:30.: P.m. Worship, 11. Training Union,
Father Flynn said. speaker will be Jack Choir. Come and worship with us. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH -Rev. L. Tommy Hnwepast"- -J.C. Brown, ministerhOPF 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.
At the 'second and third e- Wyrtzen International Youth Wednesday- p.m., Family -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
vents, those who are going to Evangelist and director Wordof Night Supper; 6:30: Prayer ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
pledge to St. Mark's are askedto Life, from New York." Meeting; 7:15, Teachers and Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
offer their pledges as meansof Charge for the trip Is $3.25 officers meeting; 8:15: Church GREATER BETHLEHEM LATTER DAY SAINTS BAPTIST.CHURCH INE: LEVEL: BAPTIST
giving thanks to a bountifulGod. per person. Choir Practice. FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH 1404 E. Bessent Road (Highway! 100 at Theressa) Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
., Thursday- p.m. Church- Ing Worship, II Pre-
SundayPriesthood 8:30 Sunday School- a.m., Morn- a.m.
wide Visitation. Cor; Ash & Chestnut. Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacrament ing Worship- a.m.; Training Services (Booster Band, Young
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; People, and Prayer Service)
School 9:30 Morning Worship Union6:30 6
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11 Luague, 4 Night Service ]'Morning Worship, 11 a.4nl; Evening 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
; p.m. MondayMia 7:30: p.m. : p.m.Wednesd1Y
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Worship, 7:30: pm.:1 Midweek Midweek Service
CHRISTIAN 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams Bible Study, Wednesday, TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. Night Prayer Ser- 7:30 Wednesday
vices7:30 : pan. Rev. John Strickland.
pastor Rev.
WednesdayRelief p.m. Merle
DIMENSIONWhere 7:30: pjn. Packham Pastor.B .
Be 7:30 p.m.Jesse pastor.
in church Sunday.
STARKE Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor D. Branson, Branch
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Valley Congregational
in thanksgiving. I: I II
Where are the nine that never LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAl I MOVE in the :
paused one moment for grati- HOLINESS CHURCH I II
Holiness Church tude and thanksgiving? It Is Sunday School 9:45: a.m.;Mor- I
hard to believe that one wouldbe ning Worship 11 a.m.; Youth DIRECTION I ITo
so unthankful yet there are Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- I RIGHT : :
Located off 301 Down Gravel Road By countless numbers that fit the ship 7 p.m.Tuesday.

Bradford Furniture Corp.-Starke Fla picture of the nine lepers. Prayer Meeting 7:30: I ITo
Ingratitude was the base sin attend Church if the first t step in finding God. :
that these nine committed. The p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey,pastor. 1
Saturday Night is that did absolutely direc 4; ..aI
point they attend regularly ii to continue' In the right.
nothing-'and 'slnned./Their NORTHSIDE, BA .1ST .. ... I ;E1' t
ingratitude showed that they CHURCH I an opportunity to understandGod1 til JI f *Ot Ihl
7:30Sponsored :: were selfish. One should know Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; lion give .\ **,***. t

that selfishness Is certainlynot Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- will in hit life Now \\t the time. to make your t
By an attribute of Christ or ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training *

that of a Christian.This,there- Union, 7:30.: I the that will lead you to God iI t
fore, suggests that one must ThursdayTeachers and Officers I move. Choose way 1 /t
The GospelMessengers be thankful. Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer I t
Why should one be thankfuland Meeting 7:30.Edward: I Attend Church
Featured for what reason shouldone C. Harvey, pastor. II e
Performer>> give thanksgiving? From
the world's standpoint, we have MARK'S EPISCOPAL I In this world aI ,
ST. I I God's appointed agency
bountiful The Church i it
blessings,yet we com-
Will Be Ch URCIl, STARKE the knowledge of Hs, love for mon and B .
plain. Many times we have no I f for spreading '
and 3rd I love oy I
Holy Eucharist, 1st for to respond to t that t
to and demand mon
room complain cannot
PresentU Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer this grounding in' the t
I roving Without
see our blessings. Here is a hit neighbor. : t
and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. of, lifelong ,
society or way
point that will Illustrate this. love of God no government or 4! I
"I felt sorry for myself be. -John M. Flynn, Rector. 11 persevere; and the freedoms which w, hold

These Sings, will be Held cause I had no shoes untf I ,o dear Will inevitably' peril Therefore: ; even from' 'Sfi--..- k I
I met the man who had:! nc selfish point of view' .one should support the Church
Each Month. feet." Spiritually we have many AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH I for f ci h. sake of the welfare. of f himself and his fon y. it I

reasons to give thanks. Sunday School, 10a.m.; Morn- leyond that t, however, .very person should upholdand i
Christ not cured the l he truth
only I : if tells
ten lepers but has died uponCalvary's Worship ing Worship, 7 ,p.m.11 a.m.; Wed.; Evening Prayer about participate man i- \life in the death Church and be destiny ouse; ; the truth which + aI :
tree that we all might of God. ,
's him !live a child
Meeting and Bible hoe to
A CHICKEN SUPPER WILL BE live have the more promise abundantly.of life and Let 7 p.m. Young Peoples Study Meeting -, I alone will I sit l tt t

SERVED AT 5:00: P.M. everyone be thankful in this every Monday, 7 p.m. c.".,."d..s.... t
Prevatt pastor. Everyone .
season of Thanksgiving for
Plates Adults $1.25 Childs 75c Welcome. ,
: --
blessings received and for the
love of Christ toward us. 4 I' "
Everyone Invited _J.C. Brown Jr., Minister CHURCHSTARI AI g 1.I 1.--, ,
First Christian Church Father James Cregan, pastor. I r :.
Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday & I

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p.m.Confessions Saturday, 6 t i i i i i i j .

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Election On December 1At

Keystone !esn Effect f of Drugs on The Body I least it's something dif- be filled, and only two candi 45 days before the election. No

By GLORtA' r xy ferent! datesthe Incumbentsseek- write-In candidates had quali

I".ge'' Call 473-3283 yt Keystone Heights voters are ing to fill them. Therefore, fied.
or 473-4182 I Told at Keystone PTA Meeting being urged NOT to go to the an election is unnecessary un- In such a case: the unopposed

polls on Tuesday Dec. 1, the der Florida law, according to candidate Is presumed to have

BOOSTERS CLUB date proclaimed by Mayor Ray a letter from Mrs. Dorothy voted for himself and is duly

Houston. The detrimental effects of of legalized use. During the Starnes several weeks ago for Glisson of the Secretary of declared elected, Mrs, Glisson

Club Mrs. Tom Bryant Is In Brad- drugs on the human body were period of widespread legalizes t the regular City Election. State's office advised.
The Boosters met at ford County Hospital, and we discussed at a meeting of the use, she said that there wasa voters who Insist on visiting The mayor sought advice from The Incumbent councilmen

their regularly schedule dine hope to see her home again Keystone Heights School PTA noticeable decline in the efficiency the polls, by force of hab- Tallahassee when it became who will be "elected" on De-
12 The
Nov. Treasurer's
Thursday, soon. Thursday night, Nov. 19, by of skilled workers,who it, will be doomed disappoint obvious that an election on December cember 1 on the presumption of
report was given by DellpryKyle report that Mrs. two senior students In the Col- became lethargic and uable to ment. They won't find any e- 1 would be an idle ges- their own single vote are Chair-
Mrs. Joy Baker with a balanceon is home from the lege of Pharmacy, Universityof perform capably. She also lection waiting for them. ture and a needless expense to man Everett Fox, and Mrs.

hand 'of $908.42. The following Hospital. Florida. pointed to the exhorbltant cost On advice from the elections the city: Mrs. Glisson replied Joy Baker. Apparently, !it isn't

Items were approvedto Several Keystone families attended Mrs. Marie Duteau and Ter- of the drug, with one cigar- division of the office of Secre- that the names of unopposed even necessary for them to

be paid: programs, letters the Pine Air Farms, ry Dulap told how the body ette of good quality marijuana tary of State, Mayor Starneshas candidates shall not appear on "politic" each other.It .

for football, basketball, golf Inc., opening and dedication of changes: over the years to a- selling for as much as $15. "unproclalmed": elec- a general election ballot unless Is believed that this is

and track for the Junior Varsity their new feed mill in Lake dapt to the continued use of The speakers recommended BrokasElevated don on December 1 1. There are a write-in candidate qualifies the first non-election election

; and Varisty players Butler Saturday afternoon. drugs. They said that the body vigilance on the part of parents only two city council posts to for the office at leas to be held in Keystone Heights
plus the Junior and' Senior Doyle Conner was the speakerand builds up a "craving" until who were advised to be
Cheerleaders: three planks for was Introduced by Alton the watch for
it takes larger and larger dos- on any changesin
the bleachers (three more are Belote President The cere- es to produce the desired effect habits, attitude, or appear- Pirates ;::c: m: =

needed). It was announced that monies were followed by a in the user This can con- ance In their children, that Scuttle Indians 306In f: FIRST BAPTIST 1?
the County will pay for the paint barbecue of chicken UTC
beef, and tinue to build up until an over- might indicate the use drugs. By I
for the bleachers.A pork. Keystoners attendingwere dose might become fatal. During a short business ses- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

motion was made and sec- : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Duteau said that while sion, conducted by the presi- Mickey Brokas, son of Mr. Final Game of Rough SeasonBY

onded that the Boosters pur- Menzen, Mayor and Mrs. Ray- no long term (20-year) study dent, Mrs. J.G. Zorwarka, the and Mrs. Alex Brokas of Key- Pastor: Rev. Lawrence Carroll
chase the girl's Varsity basket- mond Starnes Mr. and Mrs. had been made yet to proveor treasurer, Bill King, reporteda former star
stone Heights, a
ball pants. Motion carried. Arthur Ketch and Paschall disprove the harmful effect balance of $1,343.95, which KHS and Parh MIKE CHITTYThe Brown who raced back 81) Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.Mor-
athlete at Orange
A motion was made, secondedand Carr. Includes yards with a Punt return, Wil- Service 11
of marijuana on the body, profits from the recent is his fresh- ning Worship a.m.
carried that the following Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith some undesirable results had Halloween Carnival. High, completing Greenville Pirates putall liams added 2 on a pass from Church 'Training, 6:30 p.m.

amendment be proposed: no expenditures attended a luncheon in Deltonaon already been noted In countries It was announced that the man year In the for starting Tennessee-quar- their powder and pellets together McGuIre; Williams took a 1- Evening Worship Service, 7:30:
be made in terback spot for a second half raid, yarder from McGuire for T.D.
excessof a
Thursday for DuPont re where its use had been legal- next meeting on December 17 p.m.
$25 other than return of the tirees. Chattanooga University. scoring 22 points, and defeating then McGuIre scored the final
They reported seeing ized. She said that Sweden had will feature a Christmas pro- Monday 7 p.m. Youth Choirat
concession supplies. This will many old friends and having a put marijuana back on the illegal gram of music in the high school Freshmen at Chattanooga are the Keystone Indians by a 30-6 6 points on a I-yard run. ( the home of Mrs. Jo Heed).

be voted on In the December delightful time. list after several.! years gym at 8 p.m. eligible to play varsity foot- margin last Friday night. Coach Bayless says the final Tuesday, 3:15 p.m.Girls in
meeting. Head Coach Roy Bajless said score Is deceiving because the Action (Ages 6m.Wednesday. .
A committee has been formed Mrs. Theodore Jung of Key- ball, and Mickey performed theMoccasins' the boys pretty well controlledthe boys really played a fine game. 7 p.m. Hour of

to look Into the possibility of a Gardens, Long Island, N.Y. is aC:, dtk:;albsfiCCtl; +2fif:, :a 6Rt0hSfi 7t0'b. placekicking choresall ball in the first half,allowingone Mike Grace and Steve Heptin- Power (Prayer Meeting), 8pm.
stadium. Co-chairman of this spending two weeks with Mr. u season.Young Brokas moved Touchdown on a 10 yard stall played a terrific game, -Adult Choir Rehearsal.

committee are Arthur Wheeler, and Mrs. Henry Schuber of News Notes up rapidly after fall practice pass from Quarterback Mike and Butch Bleasdale played the Thursday, 3:15: p.m.ActeensGirls

and Richard Packward, with Clover Lane. Mrs. Jung Is Mrs. l got under way elevated, and to by mid- McGuire to End John Williams, best game he's ever played. ( 12-18) Church Wide Visitation. -
C.E. Strickland. Raymond Farris Schuber's sisters. season was starting and McGuire to Ron Moore, for Alvin Couey played a tremen- .

and Miller Winkler as mem- I By Helen Egan status. the 2-polnt conversion! We had dous game as Middle Guard, The Church's Music Committee -
already tallied 6 points as Mike and Off Tackle. Alvin
bers. was e- has been looking for an
Your assistance is always Hazel Tyre Bahr EASTERN STAROFFICERS grooming for outside activityIs UTC head coach Harold Grace had gone In on a 1-yard Jected from the game follow- organ and piano for our new

needed lathe concession stands. Services Held HONORED difficult. She had to cancel Wilkes said Brokas has a great run, and the half-time score ing a pile-up and fight, which sanctuary for several months .
Now, with basketball season Keystone Heights Chapter of her eye surgery appointment future in football. "He did a was 8-6. Our boys were firedup left him with a broken ankle. and In a joint meeting with the .

approaching, please contact Here WednesdayMrs. Eastern Star members enjoyedan Frank Jones has been reported very good Job this season," enough to come back and win He had suffered a knee injury deacons, they voted unanimous- :,

Mrs. Yvonne Dazey at any time evening of Memorial Chap on the sick list as has the coach said, "and I believe in the game, but we Just made earlier this season. ly to make a recommendationto ;:

and volunteer your services.The Hazel Tyre Bahr, 59, ter Birthday and honoring Grand C.W. Owens. Both are at home If he continues to improve at too many mistakes to win. This was certainly a gloomy the church at a called business :'
next Boosters meeting of Ambler, Pa. died Saturday, Officer, Past Grands, Grand resting. this rate it won't be 1 Ion* before Greenville's Ron Moore ending for a not so bright sea- meeting this pastWednesday ::

will be Thursday, Dec. 10, at Nov. 21. She was a member of Representatives and Grand The birthday refreshment table he will be one of thd real scored 2 points on a safety, son. But you can bet the Indiana night. The final vote was .;

7:30 p.m.In Mr. Newlon's room. the Lutheran Church. Chapter Committee Memberson was attractively set with good quarterbacks around-- caused by a bad snap. Touch- will be back next year, delayed until the close of the -:

Surviving are her husband, November 17. motives and emblematic decorations anywhere." downs were scored by :Tony fired up and ready for action. service this past Sunday mor- .:

GOLF COURSEA Alfred L. Bahr, and one daugh- This date coincides with the of the Thanksgiving sea- ning and!it was unanlmouslyvoted ::
successful bridgeluncheonwas ter, Cynthia Bahr, both of Am- Instituting of the Chapter on son. Sweet sandwiches, fruit -- --- that the Church buy the ;.

held on November 21 with bler; one son, Alfred L. November 18, 1959. As per cus- cakes and nuts were servedby Garden Club lovely Baldwin Organ and Ya- ::

Mrs. Everett Fox Chairman. Bahr Jr., Washington, D.C.; tom, each year a Memorial hostesses, Mrs. Ruby Tyre Stinson-McLeod INDIAN BEACH Holds WorkshopFor maha Baby Grand Piano which ::
Her thanks to Mrs. Hal Adamsof five sisters, Mrs. B.G. Hal- service is observed In mem- Mrs. Ruth Mitchell and Mrs. we have been using and enjoy- ::

Middleburg, Mrs. Ed. verson, Gainesville; Mrs. W.B. ory of all departed membersof Martha Tyre. Engagement Told BazaarA ing for the past several weeks. .:
Rogers, Mrs. Ed Dwyer, and Stanley, Keystone Heights;Mrs. the Order. Annually the a- The December 1 Chapter (Lake Santa Fe Approximately 25 families In ::

Mrs. Charlie Head for all their Davis Long Ocala; Mrs. C, bove officers of the Grand Jurisdiction meeting will observe the cere- D.H. Stinson B,: Michael H. CUtty workshop for the Christ- the church have given, or have
and Mrs.
Jack Schultz Jacksonville and of Florida are hon- Mr. Phone man Bazaar was held at St,
assistance In making this eventa ; mony of Initiation and planningfor 475-1812 pledged to give, at least $100
of Heights announcethe
Keystone ,
success. Eighty-six people Mrs. Phillip J. Leary, Palatka; ored with an appropriate cour- the year's special meetingon and William's Church hall on during the next year to the
approaching -
were served lunch. There were five brothers Irving, Roy, and tesy of recognition. Thursday, Dec. 10, for the marriage engagement of their daughter, Greetings, friends and neighbors Thursday, Nov. 19, by mem- Instrument Fund which has been
20 tables of Bridge, two tablesof Paul Tyre, all of Keystone Following the formal open- official: visit of Worthy Grand Allen Mc- from RollingReporter bers of the Garden Clubs of set up to pay for these new in-
Debra Irene, to Paul your -
Welch Tyre Sanford and Park the Chapte by Worthy the Lakes.Hostesses Mrs.
Canasta and one table of ; Ing Matron of Florida.COMMUNITY who has for I struments.Our .
and Mrs. news
Scrabble. Individual table prizes T. Tyre, Gainesville. Matron Jo Reed and Worthy Leod, son of Mr. you. D.M. Pater, Mrs. Ralph Naples -
Allen McLeod of Starke. was just tickled pink over that pastor a revival -
,were awarded to winners Funeral services were held Patron Gilbert Reed, Mrs.Ver- CHURCH lovely weather we had after that and Mrs, Don Pangborn. during this past weekat
and" three door prizes were at Jones Memorial Chapel in na Brice PGM was given spe- Thanksgiving Union Service little cool last week.! It The Bazaar will be held at the Franklin Street Baptist
Miss Stinson is 1970
given away. Keystone Heights at 11 a.m. cial recognition and escortedto will be held on November 25 a grad- just to show the new barber shop buildingon Church in Jacksonville. At this

The Woman's Golf Association : Wednesday with Rev. John Minder a place of honor beside at 7:30 p.m. in the Sanctuaryof uate of Keystone Heights High cloud goes does have a you silver every lin Friday Dec. 11 A varietyof writing, we have knowledge of
School and Is employed at the
held a Nassau Tournamentlast officiating.Interment was in Worthy Matron Reed. LastJunethe the Community Churcy. Rev ing... Christmas decorations, gift four professions of faith In .
Thursday with Genie Jett the Keystone Heights Cemeterywith General Assembly of Grand William Jones of St. Anne's University of Florida.Mr. I certainly hope 'you all will' 'items and Jbaken! ,goods,,will these services. ::
DeWitt C..Jones Funeral Order of Eastern Star met In Church will be offered for e.... ;.
low net winner, Mildred Sutton, Episcopal preach. ; .. The -mewof churrtrdteh1a "
;[ have, havlngv'or' have: had m lora I .Pr'O our ;
winning the front nine hondor5 Home In charge.Services .i." i- .. Milwaukee, Wis. ,.At that time Everyone is Invited. The BIIS .in McLeod 1968 and graduated is attending from nice Thanksgiving (depending -" --*-," 'IV ....'.... marvelous Job this past Sat- ;.
and Fran Chesslngton winnerof Mrs. Brice was honored In Thanksgiving offering of Community :
urday working on the grounds :
on when yougetyous Son Jesus Christ who died on
the back 9. For the 9 hole being Grand Ruth for the three Church will be received paper
FSU.The landscaping our new build- :
Held term of General Assem- November will take place While we are in this time of the Cross, was buried,and rose
year 29. wedding
golfers Helen Wallace was low on Ing. We owe them a special =;
Thanks Giving, let us not for- again, setting us free from sin
22 at 7 in Gardara "
net winner with Dec. p.m.
second low
For O. H. RandsIn bly.The vote of thanks.
get to thank God for giving His and death. But then if you don't
winners tied. Dottie Parks and Memorial war A letter was addressed to Baptist Church, with a"reception In the absence of our pas-
Alice Nlebert Keystone ChapelOliver one of deep spiritual obser Reverend Stewart McCord, at the home of the bride's Savior accept Him what personally as your tor this past week, we were ."'
have to be
vance, In that Worthy Matror Pastor and the WOMAN'S CLUB you
Winners of the Women's Fall Community parents.All thankful for? pleased to have Rev. Milton
Classic were Vesta Aiken and H. Rands 65 of Reed, as narrator, gave a read- Church membership from Albert friends and relatives are The (Hobby Show sponsoredby Scripture conduct our Wed-
father James
My off
ing on the meaning the Lord's A. Holt in attend. Woman's Club Tues- was
Penny Nosers. They success- Park-of-the-Palms, Keystone behalt of the invited to the on last week and this week on nesday evening prayer service
prayer, which was interspersedwith Holt family In recognition of day, Nov. 17, was an enjoyable
fully won over Phyllss Husseyand Heights, died Monday in a vacation, and has done his bestto and on Sunday morning and eve-
Pat Herman of a vocal response by Mrs. the divine services and throughhis event ",
Hawthorne. Starke hospital after a brief cram three weeks of huntini ning, wo enjoyed having Chap-
illness. He was born In On- Betty Sikes who accompanied residency for the many lor Vice President, Mrs: HughL. Mrs. Sara McDonald, Chair- lain W.B. Johnson from the
into two weeks. My mother
THEREMr. herself at the piano. years the meaning of Chris- man of the Show, and her com-
HERE N' Cotton Junior Vice-Presi- Florida State Prison at Ralford
tario, and was a retired ; Cricket Granny Copeland andI
and Mrs. Robert Red- The several honored guests tian Fellowship, their heart- mittee wish to thank the many with Both
printer. He was a member dent, Mrs. Ralph Kellogg; Sec- spent Thursday with Aunt us. of these dedi-
fearn and daughter, Christy, of the Brethren Church of who represent or have repre- felt thanks. Treas., Mrc. V.E. Wilson; "hobbyists" for their fine exhibits Teenie Crenshaw In Gaines- cated ministers are always

are spending the Thanksgiving Park-of-the-Palms. sented the Grand Chapter of Community Church Women's Chaplain, Mrs.William J.Reed; and all the membersand ville. While there, we were welcome in our church.
Red- Florida in varying capacities December 7 General Meetingof friends who attended.
Holidays with the many Conductress, Mrs. Harold Sib-
Surviving is his wife, MarJorie visited by Joan Crenshaw, Mrs. :
were Introduced to the mem- all Circles will be at 1 The manv beautiful entries
families. Guard Mrs. Gordon Bak-
thorp ,
of Keystone Heights; one ; Peggy Mersey (both are Tennle's -
bers and were Individually included silver
Ilouseguests of Mr. and Mrs. p.m. in educational building.The antique spoons
Harold Sutton recently were daughter, Mrs. Joy Dun, Coeur called and escorted to a seat All Circles Luncheon date er.Installation of officers will thimbles and napkin rlrigs, Japanese daughters), and Mrs Jean

Mr. Sutton's mother and her d'Aline, Idaho; one son, Harry of honor, at one of the five has been advanced one week take place on Wednesday, Dec. dolls, a group of ele- Pierce and son Jeremy, and WATSONS ENTERTAIN
Lakeland Mr. Rands Ontario, Canada; one Star Points. The talent and because of Christmas. It will phants Jewelry, ceremlcs, Aunt Clara Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. .
husband from brother, Jabez Rands, Clinton 2, at the American Legion Hall, Otis Melton of Hampton wasa
and Mrs. Richard Priebe. artistry of Mrs. Vera Ownbeywas be at 12:30: on December 14. at 2 p.m. Visitors are cordially hooked rugs, needleworks, Imported Watson hosted a cocktail par-
Ontario Canada and six dinner of
grand Chlttys
the highlight of this col- guest us on at their
A' ribbon-cutting ceremony This will be a covered dish Invited china, decorated tole ty lakefront home on
opening the Palatka Federal children. orful courtesy. Calling on Sen- luncheon, the host Circle will ware and other unusual dis- Sunday. Afterwards he and I Lake Geneva Saturday evening -
Funeral services were hela tinel Homer Sikes, whose for- visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beautiful fall
Savings & Loan was held on be the Morning Circle with plays. colored arrangements -
at 2 Wednesday In Jones Stinson and .
Wednesday, Nov. 18. Keyston- p.m. mer occupation was a shoe Mrs. Ruth Greeson, chairman. The Indoor sidewalk cafe family.PERSONALS were used on the
'In attendance were S.E. Memorial Chapel, Keystone salesman, and Interjecting botha Following the luncheon and KEYSTONE was a busy corner during the food table and other places In :'
ers McKay, Les Robinson, Mrs. Heights, with Robert Willey! and bit of humor as well as sin- business meeting, each Circle entire day. A special thanksto I visited cousins Jerry and their home. Approximately 200 ::
Fred Sacher inter- Regina and Donnie
Frank flgen, Myron C. Pre- ment followed officiating in the cere appreciation for the faith- will reassemble for a short the club members who servedas Chilly son people called between the hours ::
fulness to the Order, in turn of Circle in of 5 to 9 o'clock. .:
vatt, Jr. Paschall Carr and under direc- meeting their order hostesses. ''Continued on Next Page) '.
Heights Cemetery
seated himself on his stool, to make final arrangements HEIGHTSDIRECTORY o '.
Mayor and !Mrs. Raymond .
tion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ;
and proceeded to fit the lady
Starnes. Mr. Starnes is a dir- Home. for their special honorary ::
with an appropriate shoe. There members sunshine and
ector of the Savings and Loan. regu- '.
We're to report that was a bit of witticism In his lar collection to be taken for

Jeff Batts sorry has a broken foot remarks, and finally having sat- the month
due to a football accident Daniel A. MaddenDaniel isfied his customer, she and enjoy "'.
each in turn rewarded witha 3
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tucker A. Madden, 89, of ,
white filled with the .
slipper Those who missed the Game BEAUTY SHOP
have returned from a seven Gainesville, died Monday afteran '.
flowers in the color of her
Day last Thursday really
months stay in Kansas. All extended Illness. He is sur- '
their friends in Keystone are vived by one niece, Mrs. Dorothy station. missed a good time, with new KEYSTONEBEAUTY 2GnNciINNm Served 11 '::
members planning to Join in "
happy to see their safe return. Scully, of Gainesville. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ra)1110ndCrab- Funeral services were held Mrs. Brice, in her responseto January. Mrs. Della Speed cf SHOP 4 From '' .'
visiting the courtesy on behalf of Starke Joined the Club.We were i1i .-
tree Jr. are In Keystone at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the grave- "
the Raymond Crabtree,Sr., side In :Melrose Cemetery with all the members and officers, happy to have Mrs. Marion EDITH JOHNSON, Owner! 11:00 A.M. ;..
Crabtree's Wm. A. Poppell officiating expressed her thanks and related Wilson of Hillcrest back withus Personal t1'
and also Mrs. Rev. and Creative Hair Styl. To 11:00 P.M. ".
mother, Mrs. R.L. Walker.The DeWitt C. Jones Fun a bit of her trip with and her friend, Mrs. LouIse Ins r Every Form of Beauty ? '...

Crabtree's drove in Friday eral Home of Keystone Heightswas Mr. Brice, PGP, to Milwau Wood. Culture Tires.-Sat. 9-X: cloned r. j .,'
their home In President Feme Hanson announced < ".
evening from In charge arrangements. kee.They Monday. .
made the trip by car the Christmas Party ..
and spent nine days there. There Committee as follows; Gene- F1diaa .:

were 6,000 Chapter membersand ral Chairman, Mrs. Lillian NURSERY ...

Car Shopping Minus officers In attendance, 1003 Norwood, assisted by Mrs. Ruby :t n ,, ,
Wolff Mrs. Beulah Smith
were delegates. Following the "
General Assembly closing, the and Mrs. Marion Driscoll O.C. Carnes Nursery ..

Money WorriesYou Brices went to Cleveland, Ohio (Presldent-Elect). The Lions > RESTAURANT M .:''
and enjoyed the Grand Chap Club Hall will be festively decorated Thousands of plants .

ter of Ohio. With a friend Mrs. by the committee of Fruit Trees-Shade Trees .:

can leave all money worries behind, Brice flew to Des Moines, Iowato Program Chairman :Mrs. Ethel Evergreens .,'

when you shop for a car by leaving the the Installation of Grand Of- Weyman and Mrs. Fern Han- Camellias & Azaleas Invites "':.
ficers there.Mr.Brice followedIn son. ..
th e car. As the General
the field? Assembly meets three NOW-IMPORTANT. is PLANT ANY TIME You ToEnjoy ,
This means 'that you can "play every sx' :
an Annual Party and held in Beautiful Roses wow. 1 ,
check all "deaIL'o"to years Mr. and :Mrs. Brice will ;
compare values right and left be traveling considerably, as the afternoon of December 10 LandscapingPhone ".
get. the best value. Wherever or whatever you she represents the Order as and Important Is the time: J

buy, you can finance your purchase at the lowest Grand Ada. p.m. under the direction of Mrs. 659.2165 ( --- ::-

convenient term, Ina McCord teacher of musicat ,
possible coat, on the most The ceremony of honoringthe ,
here. Chapter Birthday was in Keystone High School, a musical 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on ';.
right program will be given. Hwy 100 at Fforahome '
the cutting of the artificial And
Turkey Dressing
by stopping In to Guests invited
Begin your car shopping birthday cake, which revealeda are cordially ,
and figures about our auto loaM)! but everyone is urged to be on
get all the facts fine contribution of money

You'll be r'glad you did I bers which had during deposited the year in the mem-cake entertainers time, so as miss not to their have bus the to KEYSTONE S. E. McKAY. REALTOR ( : .Ind I All The/ Trimmings I

go home that afternoon. HEIGHTS 47J-WU
ACQUAINTED for their birthdays,anniversaries )
COME IN Appratoal Service
and even their hobbles. AMERICAN LEGION The Bert !. lalMfroatHome : ;' 4 PHONE 473-9620 ;
This sum will go toward the : ,
No. 3455 *, Rental
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Worthy Matron's yearly pro- Ladles Auxiliary Acreage
ject. of Veterans of World War I, ASSOCIATES
Height* Fte.. met In the Legion Post Home
F.DJ.C. Eeymieo :
Member Some Illness was reported Mrs.felba: linn 4734710Col.
with Mrs. Elizabeth Hlmblo Thursday afternoon, Nov. 19, J.
Bank fa TwCoamaaoDJiy. rrteat17. and 1971
-Year ITiemdy elected officers for
confined home with her
at right I.. J. Robinton1714041:
as follows: President, Mrs.
arm In a cast, due to a fall.
John (Mltta) F Sen-
She Is so handicapped that Kersev:


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Rev. G. E. Crowell

INDIAN: BEACHLake Rev. George E. Crowell, 59, LAWTEY

pastor of Bayless Highway Bap- By Enza Bloocbard
( SuU Fe) tist Church, died upon arrivalat ClASSIFIED ADS GEl HESitT
Byj Michael H. Chilly Bradford County Hospital .. .

Phone 47S-1M2 Monday morning after a sud-
Rev. Don Denton took a groupof .U
den illness He was born in
MYF members to the Sub- .
Breenburg, Fa. on May 4, 1911 -
.(Prom Preceetflng PairelSaturday. and had served as pastor of District meeting in Lake City;
the Bayless Church for the Monday evening of last week. =

t past 22 months. He formerly Those were Greg Dyal, Lamar --

'Mr. and Mrs. C.F.ShawyerofAlderson served as pastor of Lebanon Priest, Doyle Kemp, Ricky .......
W. Va., are visiting Baptist Church, Plant City; Starling, Dean and Norman
Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Carpenterfor Balm Baptist Church, at Balm, Traylor and Wayne Wain- CLASSIFIED AD RATES JIMMY MOORE'S COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage For Sale 14 cu. ft. refrigerator PECANS

I a few days. Fla.. Lutz Baptist at Lutz, and wright. Minimum Chares 1.73 parents wanted. some> freezer, like new,
Regina Hall, Cris Hall, Joy Oak Grove Baptist atWauchula. On Saturday evening the pas- (Covers 15 words) SUN SPORTS Married couples, and woman. $100.00. 21 cu. ft FOR SALEShelled
Simmons and Glenda Farrla of tor and Dean Trayler attended -
starts $347 month
Surviving are his wife, Doro- Salary per or freezer side side
Savannah, Ga., visited Mr. and thy B. Crowell, Starke;one son, the Bishop's Convocatlor Each word over IS-7o MOORE BOAT FOR per person. 5 day week 8 hour ,
Mrs. George Ellis over tile for youth in Lake City. NEW $360. 15 cu. ft. refrigerator or Unshelled
George E. Crowell, Jr., Hampton SOc Extra: Charge If not YOUR :MONEY day. Promotional opportunities'State !
weekend. The Ellises had a Last Wednesday evening the freezer, with ice
Va.; six daughters, Mrs. Retirement, sick leave,
letter from their grandson Joyce Aubel, Mrs. Martha Jean Methodist Men's Fellowshipgave paid lit advance Starke Ph. 961-5791 vacation" : etc Please apply In maker, NEW, $299.99. 3 WHOLESALE RETAIL
Jerry Music, who is servingIn Joiner Mrs. Lee Dun- a pre.Thanksgiving din- used Electric
Marilyn CLASSIFIED DISPLAY person only) .Personnel Office Ranges, 2. Pecans
the U.S. Navy in the Mediter- in the hospitality room at Cracked5c
Mrs. Betty Lou Dabbs ner Complete Outboard &
son, $1.50 Per Inch Buiiland Center, GaSnesvJte.Fla. Km. Gas Heaters. 744 N.
will be back In Church. They served
ranean. Jerry the
Norfolk, Va., next month. Mrs. Patricia Wilkerson all of smoked turnkey and roast tur- Stern Drive Service and An equal opportunity employer Thompson St. Phone 9/)t- lb.
Branson, and Miss Beverly memorials Resolutions! ,
Repair Complete Fiberglass t.char: 6729
J.D. Carlton Is still home, Crowell, Starke. Also survivingare key with all the trimmings. tfch
Proclamations C. R.
etc7c word BRADFORD
recovering from a wreck he was 16 grandchildren.Local After the dinner Mrs. Ver- Repair. Custom-

in on his way home from funeral services were non Olin presented a program CARDS OF THANKS built Fiberglass Fishing Farmers rket

Georgia, recently.My held at 2 Tuesday InJones that included a film "The Way SO .
p.m. words or less __. .. 3.00 Boats.
mother. Cricket visited I Memorial Chapel with Rev. W. of the Cross, which every MARY GLOVER
Mrs. Ida Whitehead Saturday. B. Johnson officiating. Additional one enjoyed. It was a wonderful Each word over 50-7c OLIN'S MOBILE HOME

She is a patient in Bradford services were held at evening. Attending were a- ELECTRIC SALES
County; Hospital at present. 2 p.m. Wednesday in Stowers about 130, Including guests FOR SALE TO HIGHEST FOR RENT One 'trailer:> CARTER

Mrs. Helen Walker of Jack- Funeral Home In Brandon. Interment Those from out of town were BIDDER: 7 residential:; or mo- space; one frame 2 :bedroom: Complete Repair Starke. Rt. 100 West, has

sonville and Mr.and Mrs.Dolph was in the Seffher Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bum- Ibile hmm lets In Ren unfurnished hous One large ServiceWIRING.HEATING
) Wel7
Reddish and children of Starke garner of Green Cove Springs, .situated storage: shed; one mechanic 1071) 1 and 2 Bedrooms, 12'
Cemetery. hrh! & dry. B'ds
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. James Thomp- ilw tt shop; one 'warehouse en 301 PAINTSNEW wide for
opened De 1,
Mrs. D.W. Carpenter. Mns of Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. : 1970. Writ South of) Starke.: Call Mutual AIR CONDITIONING,
Bax: A, Sfirko.
Friends will be pleased to BADCOCK UNDEFEATED Dan Harley of Starke and Fla. 2tchgll-26 Lumber Inc. 904-7490 8 a.m. 24 HOURS $3,195Custom

hear that Don and Nell Thorne AFTER FOURIN others. WANTED CARPENTER to 4 p.m. tfChgSUPER ITEMS

are the proud parents of a MEN'S LEAGUE Home-Makers Club held its WORK Additions: :: Repairs 964-8835 tl
baby girl, Ruby Donell. Nelli if Badcock Furniture clinchedat annual Chrictmas work shopat New Conatructica.: : Licensed STICK Vinyl Plastic WALL PAPER Built

the sister of Lou Miller. least a tie for the League the agriculture! building In for eontt'a.fnl.-Carl j. Wilson Letters, all alzes, colors. Permanent -

Frances Hurst and her daugh- Championship in the Men's Flag Starke on Thursday. A good ; 964-6691( Rt. 2, Box 76-A, far: use on wood, gloss Unpainted Furniture LEW'S Wrought Iron Rails f<>'.
ter, Oleta Reynolds attended the articles
Football League, Wednesday many were displayedand Srir'M.! plastic paper metal, leather
Florida, Kentucky game in night, Nov. 18,when they downed many good ideas for mak- 4tp 12-U ANYTHING I Bradford County Wood Graining Kit WELDING SHOP J Porches and Patios.

Tampa last weekend. the Independents 37-26. ing Christmas decorations were NEW FRIGIDAIRE DISH Telegraph tfHouse Mobile Home Steps

Now here's a Thanksgiving The Independents had a chanceto derived from them. Every one WASHER with warranty $130. K-80 Paint Remover Whispering!'; Pines Motel Mail Box Stands

message from Leeon... tie Badcock for first placeas brought sandwiches and enjoyed E. S. Oliver, Rt. 2, Box: 08-A. wM (SON'S US 301 S. Phone

they came Into the game witha them with coffee at noon. The stftvko. !nn4-88in.! t a.,*.?; 11.26 Houses Washed 9648252. Brown's Welding
THANKS 2-1 record. The game was only flaw was the absence of of Vacuums
bitterly contested as both teams Miss Martha Sue McCain who 10 ACRES Lawn !Mowers For Rent UTILITY TRAILERS 556 S. Walnut

Thanks be to God, wanted the victory. was unable to attend. From South 301 -Nice Frame Home Many brands of :new vacuums 1.02 EAST BROWNLEE CUSTOM BUILT Phone 961-6.ISO
For sending Ills Son. Badcock had the best of it Lawtey were Mrs. T.L. Wainwright Many Outbuildings chain $39.00 up. Used machines from
GAS AND ELECTRIC or 964-9958:
And snatching my soul, as they scored first and led Mrs. H.C. Wainwright, Link Fence $17,000 Call Bill $10, Expert Repairs all makes. STREET .
From that ole wicked one. all the way. The score at half Mrs. D.A. Jones, Mrs. O.J. Powell Broker Parts and Accessories for all WELDING BRAZING
Boyett, Mrs. Rose McFarlan,, SHEET METALSmith
time was 18-13. John Watsonran vacuums. Built In Central vac -
To understand why, for two TD's and passedfor Mrs. T.V. Duck, Mrs. Cross, FOR SALE: Furnished! apart-) uum cleaning .systems. 712 N.
three touchdowns to lead Mrs. Margaret Arwood, and misrijt: 'house located across
My God me so. Mnln. Galrt-sville 376-7110 iAA
Is a grand mystery, Badcock. Harold Bishop was Miss Enza Blanchard. from Bradford High School, Plumbingand PUMPSNEW
Mankind will never know. on the receiving end of two grossing! $1400 annually.\) Live WILL SWAP 3 toad'Tom' home VETINARY INJECTARLE
TD passes while Marcus Rho- On Tuesday of last week Mrs. In 0112 iara ]let, th! other) make for lakefront property. Call Tetanus Toxoid AND USED
Annie Belle
G.J. Estes and Miss Supply
Thanks be to Jesus den caught the other. Rhoden Anderson accompanied their your' pavments. Write Box A, 964-7649 or 004-6357. Sleeping Sickness I
For Coming to earth. also passed to Larry Craw- first classes to the Stills.:: Fin. gt 'clig/ 11-2S 4tchg 11-26 Distemper! Hepatitis- Lepta SALES
two grade _
ford for the final TD. Bill Comblotic
Bringing Life Everlasting, Zoo. Needless to say, Raiford Road PARTS
For us with New Birth. Belote had a hand In all the the children had a grand time. Southern Marine INTERSTATE MOBILE Home ANDREWS DRUGS Phone 964-6023 SERVICE
scoring for the Independentsas moving In Fla. Call 9645606.
He suffered and died, he passed for two and ran CHURCH SCHEDULES Moved To GainesvilleNew tfchg Deep and Shallow Wells

On that old rugged cross. for two. Gene Melvin and Steve Grace United Methodist: Sun- NameGainesviUe FOR RENT12' wide, 2 bedroom :! Contracting and Repairs Water Softeners and

To Save sinners like me, Thomas had a TD each. day School, 10 a.m.; Worship FOR SALE New brick, 3bedoom trailer outside city Plumbing Fixtures FiltersPlumbing

Who were wretched and lost. as The B&T second swept game by Sears was 4915.a rout services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; MarineLYNN 2 baths living room, limits. J. B. White 9646114. Water Heaters Supplies
MYF, 6:30: p.m.; Choir prac- HAMILTON MGR. dining room, fimlly: room. Water Pumps
Bill Mooreman for fiveTDs
Thank God for Ills Spirit and passed tice Wednesday, 7 p.m., and Johnson Motors! Cobra Boats FHA or) Conventional: Financ EXPERT SERVICE ON
scored himself.
Who now dwells within. Richard Wainwright one and Mark prayer meeting, 8 p.m. !Marine Supplies ing. Contact Buford Mitchell BARRETTWater ALL MAKES
He'll paths,
guide our First Sunday School, Box
Baptist: Phone 964-6760. P.O. 238.
And keep us from sin. Milner grabbed two TD pass- services 1030 E. University Ave. PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
9:45: a.m.; Worship Starke.! tfehg
es each while Doug Conner Ga1PesvllleWANTED ; Condition Small Appliance
II a.m. and 7 p.m.; Training
Thanks be to all three, added the other TD. INSURANCEAT
Who are Three In One. Johnny Griffis was the point Union 7 6:30: ; Midweek services LISTINGS REDUCED RATES ing and Pump Co. REPAIRS PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
getter for Sears as he ran for p.m. On Homes and Acrentre. Buyers
Since they live withln'me, Church of God Sunday School, AUTO. FIRE. BOAT .
My Eternity's begun. two TDs and passed for an 10 a.m., Worship; services IIa.m. Waiting strout Realty, Rear. DOYLE E. CONNER 130 Court Street Phone 782-3667
extra point.Standings. Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.
Phone 96.15832PLUMBING
and 7 Prayer meetIng INSURANCE AGENCY
Some day I'll dwell with them, : Badcock 4-0; Independents Wednesday,; 7 p.m.; YPE Ph. nfl4-Bgnn!! Sfnrfcf. Fla.For tell II' Toaster, Mixers. Fans.
In the sweet By and By. 2-2; B&T 2-2;
And I'll WALK street of gold, Sears 0.4.Schedule. Thursday, 7 p.m. nil your Real Estate Irons Heaters: and SEWING
December Highland Baptist: Sunday Needs Buy Sell Ex BAIRDMobile Electric Hand Tools.
In New Home in the sky : Wednesday, : Water Conditionersand
School, 9:45: a.m.;Worship ser
27:30: B&T vs Independents Change Appraisals Expert : 4tp 12-10
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Homes MACHINESALES
PRAISE MY LORD!!! ; 9 p.m. Badcock vs ; Advice on all Real Pumps
Sears. meeting Wednesday, 7 p.m. Estate!! Problems Call WELL DRILLING
and USED
followed by choir practice. BILL POWELL Sales and Rentals SERVICE
8-10-12' Wide PFAfF-NECCHI
Reg Real Estate Broker
__SERVICEMEN. mm PERSONALSWe GainesvilleGood Repair Department NEW HOME UNIVERSAL
Phone 861-6164
are pleased to know that Starke Plaza Starke Quality 24 Hour Service SEARSHas $49.50 up
Navy Petty Officer Third Eddie Dyal came home on Fri- PARTS & REPAIRS ON All
7Ulo.OStde Class W.H. Edwards HI, son day from the hospital and is tfchg Reasonably Priced Everthing OTHER MAKE: MACMIMC9NATIONAL

of Mr. and Mrs. William II. getting on nicely.It Closeout, : All 1070!} Alliances Gainesville 378.2785 A. J. Thomas, Registered Real
Edwards Jr. of Starke, was is nice to have Mrs.George Serviced Guaranteed and Estate Ei'cJcor, Specializing: In
666 advanced to his present rate Tribe here at her home for to be sold at 10% Delivered In Starke Area Appraisals for Estates, Individuals STARKEPhone All tt.UNIV.AVI.

while serving aboard the destroyer the winter. above cost to mike roam NO EXTRA COST and Corporate Owners.

USS Johnson at Charleston Jack Wainwrlghtof Waycross, for 1971 models. Air 'on-- AVxj! {rrer.eTl: real estate> ''bus 961-6843 378-1355
US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th
S.C. Ga. was Saturday overnight ditioners. Ranges!; Refrigerators OalnenvHIe 37A !7A3! iness. Thirty Years:' experiencein
guest of his mother, Mrs. T.L. !' Dishwas!' her s, ; Florida: land matters. Tel.

}fv:.:.;........::....;;................"..............,........ ...'. .............u......" Airman 1st Class JosephA. Wainwright.Mr. Washers & Dryers, and IF WE DON'T HAVE ITwe'll Bfi4-5701.(; StnrVff. Fl"rla tf chr
Kauffman Jr., Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phil-
.rf:: ret It for you. Office NOTICEStarke
1 ti GLASS and Mrs. J.A. Kauffman, of lips, Earl and Byron of Jack- Ice Makers Wells Appli) Supplies( Furniture, Equip- NEED CHRISTMAS MONEY?

1 1:I Route 1, Starke, has graduatedat sonville were visiting Mrs. ances. Ih\')'. 301 S. Phone ment. Bradford CountyTf'lelll"aph. For Jc>b employment' full timeor VUA% \ RABBIT OUr and Keystone

;:j FOR EVERY PURPOSE Lowry AFB, Colo from the O.J. Phillips Friday. 9fi4-fiOfil./ part time selling!' Cama- \ YlItHT
::: :.: technical training course for Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Reddish lon's full lino wigs Including Of1\\t\ RDs Heights area Customers

!::: Mirrors :::. U.S. Air Force nuclear weapons attended the funeral of his uncle POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Afro, and: a guaranteed line

i\1\ 1j 1\\ specialists, where he was Bryant Hicks, in Plant withstand weather- 20c each, 'of conntlcs, call Sbirka, : grJ-' Hastings Mattress
:ii; FOR EVERY PURPOSE trained to assemble and repair City Saturday.Mr. iller BrownVolkswagen $2.25 doz. Special price on larger 8375, cr writs P. O. Box 1014. and Upholstery

j re-entry vehicles and war- and Mrs. James Andrewsand quantities. Bradford County Gainesville, Fla: We train to
i* SHEA'SI r heads. family of Palatka visited
Telegraph tf sell. 2fihg 11-2B
Johns Ave.PAJ.ATKA .
1 Airman Kauffman is being Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders Sun- 4 0et 710

GLASS CO. assigned to a unit of the Stra- day.Mrs. WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn FREE Kittens. Phone: 8P4-
: '.' tegic Air Command at Vanden- W.H. Green and Mrs. Crosby Lake Crc-sby Lake 6575. TF
':A 171-4115 172.4)51 .* berg AFB, Calif. He Is a 1967 Alvin Howard were visiting in Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes. Is Open AgainFURNITURE
% IIII N.W. 4th Plies :rr: graduate of BHS and received Jacksonville Tuesday of last Summer Cottage Or Year- SEMI DRIVER'S NEEDED

= :(!:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::':':--I: :::::::::::: :::* Junior College.ft'm Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Doug- Sales Service All Lots Ready To GoCleared. for local and over) Repaired Refinished
last and children of Starke were "WI the road haullntc. You cat
Graded & Leveled. upholstered
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n and Mrs. S.C. GAINESVILLECARL \\ Available. Call 9 ....nOl. If you ary: willing 113 learn. For NEW MATTRESSES
application:: call ((904)() ) 3884607or
22-32-38 SrvlJ nose revolversfor write Advance D.T. Dspt., FREE ESTIMATES -
.:r: Serf In: Florida : sale from $24.95 at Dah- 1716 North McDuff Av.. Jack Call Collect 328-2144

Since 1 tr!)>.>0 : K mere Dt' "'Unl. ai.T>T 10-28 sonville, Florida:'

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Iorida ::.LiI':1rli:: :.,'., 'Jreelmg Service, .'<;Jnc. j$' Gulf ServiceUSED tralljr FOR! ,SALE 10 x -50. $500 Two: town'bedroom::! and FOR SALE: 1063!! :IMrcury: excellent :- :: ; S

.. t ,"t "" '' :: take* up) p.iyments. Call 732- conrtrlon: looks like
: "W" '
: -_ [1.\\ T" "" "' :I' We ;
: J"1\ '1 '::1 PARTS :r911.;'< Fu< P-ener. Ito :new. Rsara": :".ble.,!! Call 964-6057 I Repair i

: '.j Top Prices for Wrecked Cars BS'sr, 4 p.m. 'weekdays! ; anytime -
> wecker-1 12-3
en 2tp)
: 21 Hour .
CordiallyWelcomes Wrecker Service
Jir..l'arul.n t sprendlrj. Call W.
:. cleaning: &
Have; ::. .- Fuel Oil A. P'..""'t. 4Ir'J-1QQ'i.' 4tp 12-10 REDUCE sa's and fan! with TYPEWRITERS
I : ; Aak i i ii
i KJoBess Tt>'JItIand:! E-Vap
KepresenlatitePh. Vied
Cars -
f \ FIRST CLASS painting! carpenter "water' pills." Andrews Drus
I .)b""l-->812 1 Yon and Your ': Charley Hwy. 301) N. Waldo : rep'tinng.: Dependable" 4'p, ) 12-17
i ii
t: 122 N. Hay St. .'lamilto Your ::: I 468-19D8 and rella':>1e. Phone 9648027.
: Starke New Home Rt. 1 B x 47"C. S" .rke' FlA Itp! 23 INCH MOTOROLA color!: TV
E. .
with new picture tube, $299.93
SEWINO MACHINE Cleaned. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for wt Ditim-r'e D'srount! It chat\ CALCULATORS SGet'em
Jr, J JohnsAbout oiled experience eewln machine! .
?> *,$;)XX.t!>;c"z.:::>':'io:::::::>,:::: ::::::::::::::r.o::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:::;:; :::::::: ::::::::::;::::::::: and adjusted In yoU1'home. m e:-.tC''s.: Cadillac Manufaehir'ng AKC 8 mr-th Mack! French .

............................................ This Question: repairs. $3 also..00. All Vacuum work ll'Uarante.oJ. clearer:: Co. _It chg poc shot:::,'.e. Will female sacrifice, mlninture.$75. lad Call .: While They Last! .:

: Dennis E. Coggrina PhOne FOR SALE: Brood) mare In I> 4-R'I1; Up; .
1 "Hunting can be expensive 431-U28. tfchif fold. Palomino colt 7 rno. ole!. .

: ADULT EDUCATION loss of guns from damageor IS $2.74 HOURLY WORTHA Call (164-P63B.( Up) MALE HELP WANTED for i Used Typewriters i
theft of Horse Farm Call 483-3422 Itp)
cost personal
Cs STAMP TO YOU? FOR SALE: Treated: and untreated -
mm. V injuries liability for Injury Easy to enm $15 up daily.Dlstrlfcita : plrs and cyp-ess 1 lum- FOR SALE: 7 room frame : .

: Registration for 2nd Trimester will be- to others. hear you : : : famous: Watkins: her random: width and lent'h. house, corner lct, In Stinks'!! : -$45 To $85- i
have insurance that covers P.-o: <:iueM and f.-.TuDUj; ) Giftsto : Creosoted::! pales railroad: cross! 3000. Call after! 2:00P.M.:

: gin December 1, 2. and 3, from 1:00: Sp.m. all these risks guns, per. "st\: Ul' ed customers: In fcles: 1" 'back) pipe for weld- 4713427.: _Itp. : .

December 4 S Stnrke.' Full or part: time. Insr. various! 'hop equ'jment:
: to 10:00: p.m., and sonal injury, and liability.Can Male cr Female.! Writs WATKINS welders, etc. Mutual' Lumber FOR SALE: Good refrigerator.! : Completely Reconditioned :

5:00 at the Brad- it be bought for a Dar t. 11-4. M.S. 2000. NFL e>:;:t"le' football,
: from 8:00: a.m. to : p.m. + Box Compirty.;: Ifc. 6 i"'l" south
hunting trip of 3 to 30 2447, Memphis Tenn. 38102 en 301. P'acp) !: 4-7409.! !!( Call pime': liks new $-100. 1320 S Royals, Remingtons !
Vocational-Technical S .
: ford-Union days? ______It clvr Ibrttroen 8'CO: A.M. and: 4:00: Standing: St. Saratoga Height .

: Center. :; Charley E. PONY FOR SALE. May be p M.* '' 'fch? _lip) S GUARANTEED TO WORK .:

: seas: at 019: North st. will wcl > A. Beautiful! Spinet! Piano; Priced! .

.. JOHNS AGENCY any reasonable: : offer. POSTED!: SIGNS: Treated to for Quirk S;:>- assume\; low' : See Them AtBradford :

It chirFOR withstand weather- 20c each monthly .pavmcnts. Fullyguaranty. :
PHONE 964.6150 !
Special price on large Wn'e Credit'!, Mgr.
i $%,25 doz. t tS
131 So. Walnut St. SALE:; Several!! Shetland 'er quantities. Bradford County Bcvx: 12564 Uvl Sta., Gainesville : County Telegraph
s Phone 864-5070 Poniei. call Lawty 732-3006 after .
Fla. 11-26
Tel riHJh.!) _M 2tp .PHONE 9fl.1.6.1051
..........................................., 5 P.M. or) weekends, itp S
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