Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Hospital I I Big Dad Board OkaysHiring

OperatesAt Sale Set

ProfitBradford .f fa By Tues. Of Five

County Hospital was "I hope we can coniumate the

operated at a profit during: the deal (the sale of the Stark(

fiscal year ending last Mar. 31, a plant) by Tuesday, Nov. 26," D.

according to a report Issued by* S, Sliceoff, Jr.. president of Big;

Ernest Ellison legislative aud- w- t Dad :Manufacturing Company. TeachersNew
! \a Inc told The Telegraph: Tuesday New

itor.That observation: was madeIn morning, Nov. 19.
the audit report to the board j Representalv;!! of the prospective -

cf trustsss In a paragraph: : listei! : : buyer conducted llabor
as Revie.v, cf Operations, as fallows survey during the last week: of
: October. At that time Siceloff Construction Decision

"An operating! profit of $32,844 said the decision of the other

was realized during: the year. company would hinge on the

This amount does:: not Includea outcome of the survey.Approximately Rep. Shaw Explains Not JustHouse's

$15.009 grant from:: the Beard:! 300 persons;!

of County Comm'ssioners: nO'l'mally were Interviewed during the
provided in support: :: of' survey. Siceloff said Tuesday:

operation which was received morning that "they (the other For HEWSpeaking

after the close of the fiscal, company) were satisfied with Pay Raise
year.: the labor survey."

The report In a balance sheet Speaking of the as yet un- Hiring of five new teachers

shows total assets of the 111stltutlon Downtown Kid d iel and named company Big Dad's enthusiastically of He said the legislators will now- to, as superintendent Tom
president said, "It's a very goodcompany" facilitate
to bs $890.221 after deductions Casey! explained, "help
some of the changes which: the be able to organize their workaround
of $40.388 for doubteulaccents and added that It total desegregation and also to
new constitution has wrought, these dates.
:: : and $161,921, for depreciation Carnival lights brightened Walnut Street between street to br blocked, but then relented at the will probably employ between: State Rep. Gene Shaw spoke: of Although the organization session help with the reading program
request nf the Retail Merchants' Association! ,200 and 300, working! up to peak approved by the
Call and :Madison Streets In downtown the organization session which, lasted only one day, the was
Trustees during the various Slarke as merchants put on their annual fall Division of the Chamber nf Commerce when all employment gradually. the legislators held in Tallahassee legislators were in the capitol School Board Tuesday night.

portions: of the period of the promotion which ends Saturday. With each dol- the merchants on Walnut Street agreed to have At its peak in 1967 Big Dad last week and explained the three: additional days attending In addition. Casey said the
audit listed T. H. ShdeIchall'manl. had 198 persons on its Starke of the new teachers
were as employment
lar's purchase in participating stores the customer It blocked reasons for the $300 a month special classes.
i i. George Shuford, Blocking! the street has at least given the payroll. About a month before increase In expense allowances. would help reduce the teacher-
gets a ticket for a ride in Kiddieland.
the plant began laying off em- "will make a
Mrs. Inez Green. Wlllian O. pupil ratio and
Shaw is particularly pleaded session, the Home
city time (10 have the timer control for the two While in "
Looking like a huge umbrella in the photo loyees, some 150 persons were
'Dodd Dave Paulk and Arthur O. the annual the amount better educational program
with two changes-- voted to 'raise :
Loudon Jr. R, E. Edimrdson! above a tilt-a-whcel raises Its riders high above street light on Walnut at :Madison and Call employed. The plait closed on rather than bl-annual meeting'! authorized its members for expenses Two white teachers were employed

was administrator: until Oct 31, the strut and at a sharp angle. Streets repaired, Itilitles Supt Oscar Davis Friday, Sept. 13, leaving only a of the legislature and the formation from $300 a mcnlh to to Institute a new reading

1967, and E, F. Saunders from The City Council first refused tn allow a city says. The lights/ went out last weekend because skeleton staff. of standing committees $600 a month.:! A representative'ssalary program at RJE and at Anderson

Nov 1, 1967. of'the timer! The Big Dad ManufacturingCo. which will serve year-round. is $100 a month. They Jr. High In Lawtsy. Two
Inc.. was foumleJ In Lex- teachers will be transferred -
A general statement in the Negro
Twenty-three standing committees also receive mileage payments
ington, N, C.. In 1909 It opened schools
read from all-Negro
report as fellow: .
were filled on Wednes <110 cents a miler for their!
"The financial condition: of Its plant in Starke In 1051. It to predominantly whit schools
In Emotion-Choked Voice day Oct 3 each of these com- monthly trips to Tallahassee
the hcsrital: was good. Applicable .' manufactured boys' and men'swearing mittees will meet once a month for committee meetings and (one going to Hampton and one

law and regulations were apparel under six namo and will have to meet In Ta'.la-: for one trip home pwsek: to the Middle School) and two

substantially complied with and )brands.; hassee unless otherwise authorized : when the legislature Is in ses white teachers have been hiredto

good business practices were Sue Thomas by the Speaker of the ,!!ion. take their places! at RJE
generally fllwe3.:! Internal con Thanks House and the Administration and Anderson The filth teacherwas

trol appeared adequate andrecords EASTERN STAIl HONORS;; Committee. Shaw said the increase In the hired to reduce the workload
except those: perta'n'ngto DECEASED: : MEMBERS: of a teacher at RJE
"Now we won't: be running expense allowance was "basedon
tangible:! persoral prrperty, Staike Chapter 221. OES paid all over the stat as we did In the premise' that legislatorswill With these changes 18 teach

provided necessary management tributed to oeceaaed: member: of the: past," The Representative spend more time on the ers will be teaching In schools

Information.: Jury After the past year at the Nsvsmbjr commented "The boat thing Is Job." He said they will have where they are of a minorityrace.
Under Internal Control and "This brings us Into com-
18 meeting A hymn, "How limiting the meetings to Talla- more time to study and become
Records, the report said pliance with ths guidelines"
: Great Thou Art," was ung by hassee. Everything is at our more knowledgeable"
f "TransactUo.is! affecting! control Leslie Bradley, accompanied at fingertips there" he explained. by the Department of Health
: :cf: tangible personal:: property Stephar.l( 7, and Dannie' Hi, Shaw is also pleased with the Education and Welfare for this
the piano by Evelyn Bradley who
The local representative
weald have meant'
: were not properly recorded complied: It Mrs Thcmas added: "They've Casey said.
By Linda Staab fact that the committees! will year
taken for six
Food items were a for the people in
"deatli: row": In the State Prison with: speaks that the chan-
stayed t.ieir
nor were supporting record grandparents, Casey stressed
ceased thosein that the
The quiet talk Thanksgiving basket. meet once a month and said that when theleglslatol'S
files revised to reflected current the courtroom came to hush. fcr the young defendant (Continued on.Page Seven) meeting dates have been! set.Judl' counties, received $300 for ex- ges are being made to producea
transactions.! These deficiencies! cr, at best life imprisonment. better education program and
ed attention as the jary filed
lot) for salary,
and $ "
were brought to the board's attention in and ta: judge took his place Other possible: verdicts were: penses "not Just to get In compliance.
second! degree mu.-dsr. manslaughter many of I them lost:: money. of the Negro
/ in Audit: Report 6719. on the bench. : He said that both
"It Is rscimmsrled: :! that current < The 31-year-old defendant:! her or not guilty. I Speaking of the expanseswhich teachers who are! being trans-
She sat there, hands over face, i legislators lace, reducethe
transactions: relating to red haishlnir. her strained fered are needed to help
read! De! cited his telephone bill as an example -
tangible personal property! be face voU of make-up ,walked as the Jury foreman : bill teacher-pupil:! ratio. For example -
"Mv telephone concerning
properly reflected on the books forward! with her lawyer. They preliminary statement" loading: legislative matters he said there are 179
en a current: basis: and that sat dawn facing the Judge up to "Not guilty! pupils at Hampton with seven
Mrs. Tltomai'! hands tightened sometimes goes over $200 a and 160 pupils at Anderson
subsidiary records be revised to teachers
Sue Thomas mother of two,
she stamped forward. Seconds month:: ," he said. :Because he re- He
and with nine teachers.
comply with Florida I was accused of murdering her
Statutes." :! later, in a tight voles: she: presents such a large area, he said the additional teacher Is
husband cf 13 The State
: yeas
"I want ta aid that about 90 per cent of
to the Jury:
spoke!: needed:! at Hampton.
had asked:! for a verdict of first
thank evsrybody. I don't have his calls for legislative The superintendent: also pointed
degree murder. Had the jury
many wards:! but I Just want to long: distance out that the changes were

Woman Treated say thank you so I much;: !" agreed upon only after lengthy
NamedTo Court was not adjourned: : until "When you !have large multi- discussions with the teachers
After Auto Shaw the Jury had been excused and county district; the people are Involved.

the defendant had left the courtroom going to have to pay the expenses Concerning the hearing between

fcr the: Jjdja'j:! chambers of the man while no's In of Bradford County Schoolsand

Turns OverTerry CommitteesIn A deputy; sheriff! stood at the _'" _.__ .. _vr...____ lice so that it doe!.rt becomea HEW which was held on

door until participants and spectators '' Ervin Andrews watches to see If this burden. Otherwise, you're just Nov. 7, Casey said that they

Elaine Jones, 18, was filed: quietly out of the Bcranibk'r can put a halter on the caft he has must put' the halter on a calf he has caught going to restrict It (the legislature were advised to not discuss It

treats:! and released from Brad. New HouseState courtroom. Another deputy caught. Rules of the calf scramble sponsored( within! five minutes or (turn the animal loose declared.The) to the very wealthy, he until a decision had ben reached
ford County Hospital after the drove Mi's. Thomas:: to the :acme again. because It might prejudice
bv: the Chamber of Commerce are that a boy
automobile! she was driving of a friend:! their case. Decision Is expectedthe :
overturned at 12:13: a.m. Sunday'nine : Representative Gene "I have advised her to leave man who represent latter part of December.

miles west of Starke on Sh'W' has been named! to t.iree: the community en account of Bradford Baker! Clay Columbia Discussion of offices for the

SR-S235. hr.ms committees: and will pvaa-; relations in a small community Big Crowd Attends Nassau and Union Countieswill each superintendent and his staff
five days
ably be chosen to chair a sab- ," Mrs. Thomas' attorney, spend four or consumed about 15 minutes of
in Tallahassee, preparingfor :
Ths: 1967 Chevrolet valued at committee whic'i::.: will! be inchagr Sigsbee Scrayti of Gainesville,. month committee the time at the special meeting
: of one 01 the: mot cam.preieintve told the Telegraph.: The defendant ; which was called to open bids.
$1,800, was" a total 1 lss. He also said that,
; \ and bills previously l loft when: she: meetings. ,"
: complex "One thing that worries me
According; to Trcapsr: ; K. G. work aid meet-
icing .:ae. legislature: in April, was released:! from Jail on June counting night Casey said, "Is that I spend
Etheridze.:! the automobile traveled 2nd Calf he spends' about:::: 2'i' days a
bond, staying ScrambleA ings
and 28 under $13,000 of this
I'241 feet en the west propriations! Commerce, business about half my time out
with relativeo in the Miami area. on
Tapped to serve on the Ap- office 'In the courthouse) -
shoulder: of the road:!, slid sideways when he Is not In Tallahassee. -
for 60 feet on the pave- B.>:iki and Lean Committees, while awaiting trial. even most of It In the USO building
Shaw said he will probably! aUofce Plea: Self Defense:: crowd estimated by Bennett & ( and their
ment, then went off the road, large Brannen Ranch In pcunds: no Irjurls resulted. One P Because Shaw Is on the Appropriations where the supervisors
) named c'laliman: :f the sub- Sue Witcher Thomas: was accused several at 1.000 Lak Butler. 4 staffs located)," I don't
Jhroush: a fence and flipped persons over ; Santa Fe River contestant! hud the wind:! knocked L Committee, he will are
once. C,m nitre! on Consumer Pro- cf murdering her hus- saw 15 Bradford County 4-H and Ranch 2; the Bill Sherwood out of him.Participation. Tallahassee a 'know that I can really afford to
tectli.. 'T,lis subcommittee: will band C. W., in thslr home at at have to report to be running between! two places.
FFA boys win bed calves Farm on SR-lff west of Starke, of 80 riders I Inn I month before the legislature :
be In chuse: of the:: Uniform Lawtey in the early morning the Second:! \Annual Call Scramble 2 A.H, Harley Farm horse show: with
Damage to the fence was estimated Consumer Credit: :! Code: : hours of March 14. ; 2; Titus three-event I convenes }In April. (Continued On Page Eight)
and Horse Show last Saturday -
at $25. the two-day trial, Olson Farm, 2; and one each the Clover( Leaf Texas BarrelWeave L
This bill which: : Shaw filed on Throughout ::
Miss Jones was charged with witnesses testified to prolonged at thj Fairgrounds. from Bryant Reddish of Lawteyand and the Arena. Race.,
N::v 12 when in Talla'.iassee': fcr Mare than 500 ate a
failure to have the vehicle tin: HJI'SO' crgaaization: session, family quarrels, and the dJ- chicken dinner served persons by the Ernest Trlest of Keystone:: alternating: with the three : iY i

under csatrol.The !. would be the vehicle to remove tense argued that: Mrs. Thomas Bradford High FFA chapter Heights[ The calves were Angus scrambles was announced b

the jinlidicticii! cf tile federal had the right cf self-defense, prior to the scramble.The with the exception: of one Char. Bradford! Roping Club President
trut'i-lu-lenciiag'! law. According: that no man had the right ,to Starke-Bradford County ofalie and two Herefords Merrill Griffii. The Roping Club

t:1: SIui.v: (fiu federal ]luw would: beat his wife, no matter what Chamber of Commerce, ispon- Asst. County Agent Bobby sponsors the: horse show each I
Community State rc ulile every b-"ilnsj in ccnfcumrrc the provocation.: Taylor said:! the scramble. provided year in cooperation with the t It
ear of the annual affair, retainsan
Bank of Starke edit: finoncln It is d3.fcluncd This reporter sat and talked many exciting moments: Chamber's! effort It
to' c.otect the consumer: with Sue Thomas fr a few minutes Interest In the calves for. and:! that, although the boys were The Chamber also engaged t

And The by rcquiilr.u! / that: all charges! during the two-hcur jury two years. The winners must pitted aainjt! calves 300-400 Jernlgan Motion Picture Services
''e.g. credit lr.3urince, lean fees, deliberation agree to shew the animals at
In Gainesville to film the
Florida Bank accident a''d hzaltli: } : insurance) 'My stomach's sitting right: the annual Bradford County t
At Starke connected with the transactionbe here." she: said, touching; her Fair. Reddish Named scramble In color for promotion [ I
d'jclosed.: throat. "I'va been aafully nero Successful scramblers for the me by the county. A soundtrack ANNUAL COMMUNITY

Will Not Be Open T't3 fj.ieral law: also says that vcus! -- scared, you might: say. 10 purebred animals were FFA Chief DeputyDeputy will be added and the: SERVICE
unl3: a state adopts 1U own "The worst part of everything members Gerald Rosier Larry film will be available for club ,

For Business truth-tn-le.uliig: bill by July 1, Is being away from my kids," Hicks Cecil Stalnaker, Jimmy use I

1969, the federal: law will be- Alvarez, Wayne Wainwright, Sheriff Dolph Reddish Keynote speaker In Chamber, I Wednesday, Nov. 27

Thursday, Nov. 28 ccme tae law In t'.iat: state. Sha.w David Stalnaker, Joey Bennett, eight-year veteran of the Bradford ceremonies: preceding the' 7:30 P.M.

pointed out t.iat: the: bill which Try TheTelegraph's and Robert Rosier, along with Sheriff's.chief Department, was scramble was Dr. E. T. York,'I I
Thanksgiving DayA :
appointed deputy on Oct.
ha Int.-cJuced; will meet all the 4-H Clur Members Walter-Pro- 1. ) provost of the Instttuts of Food! FIRST METHODIST
requirements: : cf the Federal Re- and Agricultural Sciences at t ...
Banking HolidayIn "
vatt and Daniel Rosier.
and Reddish has been acting chief: '
Florida 4ur\e LocalJtlerchant'd Top-grade commercial calves deputy since the resignation of the University cf Florida.Dr. CHURCH'
why he believes
commended 'ilia,
the: bill to be were won:: by 4-H'ers Dean Tray Deputy A. E. Brown, the former York
cited the: reasons necessary: (il, )Shaw the lor. Jerry Redding, and Paul chief deputy, last July. Chamber for sponsoring the calf Walnut & Jefferson St9.

This Space Contributed f3de'al law; U too burdensome Turk. Lett, FPA Member Mike Bryan, Reddish, the son of Sheriff P. scramble and for exerting effcrt
; The Public la Cordially Invited To Join
Weekly to Publicize D. Sheriff for agricultural as well as In-
'2i the federal law would be regulated and the Bradford FFA Chapter Reddish Joined the .
Community Events by by federal agencies ology won a steer caught by FFA Department March 1, 1957 on du'trial development of the In This Annual Service Of Praise And

The Community "which makes it almost Impossible Contest. f Member Travis Wynn. hjs release from the Air Force. country. Tha speaker also: saidevents Thanksgiving
foi many small businesses r Consolidation prizes of silver He served three years as Jailer uch as the scramble:! also '

State Bank to comply" because they: cannot:: r Identification bracelets .were awarded and:! deputy and five years 04 instill In the youngsters par. Sponsored By

:Accounts Now Insured afford to pay: attorneys t> appear to Calvin Kirkland. a full-time outside deputy tlclpatin the virtues that have Starke Ministerial AllianceJulian.

Up to $15,000 by bfore agencies; '(31 "We SeePage 4 Eddie Lewis Douglas! Sullivan. Reddish Department resigned from for three theSheriff's made America strong.Rep. ,

feel like it should be a state 1'3- Mike Tew, and Jimmy Strick Eugene Shaw Introduced ,
1962-65 and
years, worked for
F. V. I. C. 13 the speaker Charles Sawyer,
continued on Page Seven) land. the National Guard at Camp i it
4' The calves came from the) Blanding as a mechanic. ,
(Continued On Page Eight) -

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l i '<0"I' I Alpha Delta Kappa: Methodist Group Garden ClubTo

I .j,, .. ;;;: Met Monday NightAlpha Has Square DanceThe Meet TuesdayThe
.I LPiaiVs $tHI(11PtII or .' 1 .
I ; Delta Kappa Sororitymet : Methodist Church social Starke Garden Club will
Monday night at the home group met at the Oilman Paper meet Tuesday. !Nov 28 at 7:30:
.l:4 Madge Middleton with Co. lodge near Highland Saturday at the !home of !Mrs. K. D.
Wends+ : Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar .l of Miss p.m
of Mrs T. D. Dyal Jr. A I1 evening of
for Acres. A
Mrs. Howard Vaughn of Sum spent Friday to 4 Mrs. F. J. Pellum as cooste: night an Conner in Green
merdale, Ala. was a weekend will regret to hear that she Is a' Monday in .N ; folk and square dancing Christmas workshop Is planned.
patient In Doctor Llsenby Hospital Charleston, S. C. visiting her
guest of Mr and !Mr.. M B. on. Bryon, *tr Mrs. Ruth Frazier, president, Ten couples from the church Anyone Interested In attendingmay
a sophomore
in Panama City.Mr. at theColl.ege
enjoyed the evening. Hosts for Garden Club
Jordan of *r jtijU and !Miss (Middleton reported on contact a
Charleston.Mr. r
and !Mrs. Herbert Thomas .
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hazen and the State convention field! in the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. member.
returned Sunday from' a two Mrs. Harry Sellers .
and Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen .of Tampa in October. Altruistic Norman Ketchie.
weefcs hunting trip In Clayton Ashevllle N. C. are visiting
attended the Hazen family re KanM! guests of Mr. and Mrs. her mother, :Mrs. L. F. Smith; projects were discussed. IOOO.OOO4AIA.OOOOO. 00000
union at the home of Mr. and Johi' Rule. Enrouta home they for several months Mrs R. S. Mullins, chaplaIn
Mrs.wood O.on O.Sunday.strayltorn In WUd- visited relatives In Atlanta A. D. Conner of TltuavUle was gave the "Thanksgiving Story" fTVy TONY'S oO
Mrs. Esma Yongue"Gn Mrs. Tuesday visitor of L. L. Con
An a three part monologue.
!Mrs. Frank Weaver of WUlJ.ston
Thelma Dean of Fairfield and ner.
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miw Esma Lee Yongue of New Mr. and Mm. Sid t tShuford and i During the social flour :Mrs. o Spaghetti |
W. T. Jackson over the week. '.
Orleans were last Thursday family and !Mr. and Mrs. Ben L -': Marguerite Corn of Lakeland
end.Mr.. night: au per guests of Mr. and Hall spent the weekend at their \I... houaegnest of Miss Middleton. S
and IT OUT
Mrs. Robert Tannerof Mrs 0. camp the EAT IN OR TAKE.
J. Caldwell. The Cald- on Oklawaha River. presided at the punch table. Arrangements -
Baldwin were (Sunday viators wells also (had as Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shiner ofSt. Drive Gets BoostThe of chrysanthemumsand tn .
of Mrs. J. H. (Fields. Library
supper guests Set. and Mrs. Augustine were weekend carnations were used la
Mr and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Mark ;Mack and son, Tom, of visitors of her parents. Mr. and decorating Thanksgiving Special :
visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lake City. :Mrs. Poster Shi Smith. Friend of the library membership drive was given a
Weekly In Ocala over the week- Mr. and (Mrs. !Mare Jackson Mrs. Merrill Struth is spend. boost when the Starke Civ,Han Club; subscribed to 109 per cent
end.Mr. and daughter were in Wllllston ing Wednesday to Sunday with membership In the library: crganfzntlcn. Presenting check to Local admittances to Bradford &\ TURKEY DilUtER i
and Mrs. George Powell County Hospital this week include
on Sunday visiting Mrs. Jackeon her son-in-law and daughter Mrs George WInkler president of Friends of the Library, i.
of Newton N. C. are visiting > parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Case and : Clarence Moore, Mrs.
Clvllan Olin
W. White. Funds from thj drive
: are used to
(Mrs. J. H. Fields for ten pur. Beatrice Griffls. Dewey McKinney -
E. smith baby son In. Tallabassee.ENJOY ., 0 SOUP TO NUTS
,. chase new books for the library, Mrs. Inkier said. Ths drive Mrs. Patricia Spengler. FROM
will continue through November. Mrs. Lula M. Thornton ThomasD. 0 HOME-BAKED PIES AND FRUIT CAKEALSOSTEAKS'IiiCKENCiiOPSSEA .

Russell Mrs. Edith Hutches .
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hen- Mrs. A. E. McKlnmey visited! on. Mrs. Monteen Todd Mrs. ;: (
urn of Elberton N. J. and Mrs. Mrs. Jettye Hazen in Gainesville Ora Nell Underhill Claude Burton O
M. H. Lang of Boynton Beach over the weekend.Mr. and Mrs. Gladys Lewis, all -

were Sunday and (Monday visitors and Mrs. R. O. Dansby of Starke; Mrs. Clara Hancockof : Open 6:30 A. M. to 1:30 P. M. ands ?
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray (have had as visitors Mr. and Melrose; Curtis Harris of M.
:00 P. ;M. (10 10:00:
Thanksgiving DinnerAT mond. 'Mrs J. B. Dansby of Perry on Raiford; David E. Lee and J. J
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rltch visited Tuesday of last week and 'Mr. J. Moody of Lake Butler; and!
Mrs. Ida Dekle in Fort amd Mrs. Mickey Dansby of Wesley Garber of Waldo. : ToRena Restaurant S
Meyers over the weekend. Gainesville on Sunday. [Mrs. L. N. Pickering was
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moore of Gary Hamilton, Jimmy Douglas hostess at two tables of dessert- 0
Blackshear, Ga., spent the and Bobble Sue Barksdale bridge Tuesday evening honorIng 'STAKKK 5I
weekend with Mr. and !Mrs. J. of FSU were home for the Mrs. Marguerite Corn of : )J. S. :SOI North I'hnne 961-B7S4( .

Ritch at Lake. weekend.Mr. Lakeland of Miss .
W.Mrs. Ed Prevatt Santa Fe and daughter and Mrs. Sammy Warren Madge Middleton.houseguest ....................

Mrs. Luther Lennon of and son of Atlanta, Ga. were
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pat
and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt and Thornton over the weekend.Mr. PAINTS'tj
family in Orlando. and Mrs. Ralph Chitty of IffRYCARTER
Sheriff P. D. Reddish return. Valdosta. Ga. were recent dinner

MENU ed last Thursday after a month. guests of Mrs. Randal Chit- \ ,, >, > .>,4
in St. Luke's Hospital where he ty and family. 11"; >
Roast Young Turkey and Dressing underwent surgery Gorge Sanders, a patient tn:
ADJ3 Stephen Prevatt of the W. B. Edwards TB Hospital :
Baked Ham Cecil Field left Wednesday with in Tampa, was visiting relatives f D'a 'I 0
the attack squadron for a here over the weekend.
Asparagus month's cruise off Cuba. 'Mr. and Mrs. R. F Johnsonof
Green Peas i
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moore Piscataway, N. J. will be ''j 9r
and children and Mrs. David Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and
Selection of
Seven Salads CotUe were In Darien Ga. over ![Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Sr.
the weekend visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carve
Coffee or Tea Mrs. Willie Gale. and son, Vernon and ;his fiance
Mr. and (Mrs George Morrison of Douglas Ga. were Sunday ,
and family of Leesburg spent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T..
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carver.
AT REGULAR BUFFET 'PRICES Henry !Morrison. !Mrs. E. T. Vestal Is visitingher !
grandchildren in New Orleans -
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCombwere La. for two weeks.
1.25 In Bradenton over the Miss Diane Firth and Anthony ,
weekend visiting their son-in- Beaty of Jacksonville were "
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Friday overnight guests of Mr.
Children John, C. Greer. and Mrs. R. E. Firth.
12 or Under $1.00 Mrs. John Stephens Sr. Tinder-
Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Cooper,

Served From 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs. Harold Lawton Branham.Young- Luke's went surgery Hospital.Mrs. last. Friday In St-

_ Hazel Craven is In the
blood .
and Mr.
and Mrs. Foster
'The Entire Jacksonville NAS for
Bring' Family Hayes attended a tour of Oak hospital
observation .
Crest Enterprises do Hawthorne, and treatment.
and Jacksonville on Saturday. !Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Denmark
(Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox:
and Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams
were weekend guests of Mr. and e
Mrs. E. L. Biggs in Orlando.Six .

let the (J Aero-Club planes had from a the"Fly-In"Keystone to R

Chalet Suzanne near Lake 1
Wales on Sunday. Those from
tlIe (here enjoying the trip were Mr. -
Cold Winds and Mrs. R. E. Firth Dr. and
Mrs. D. W. Whiffed Judge T. c5 :;
M A. Yawn Jr., N. L. Woodburn, ON OUR 9aH<
and Claude Hardee of Starke:

oLI by Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Henderson, ONE COAT
Mr and Mrs. N. W. Harden.
bereft. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. For- I i.ta tFt; ol NO DRIP

< dyce. !Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith,
3 and Mr. and' Mrs. W. P. 'Mag \ruti* :r ) T Late WALl PAINTONE

nus of Keystone Heights; Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Hagglund of Mel. A
0 rose: and Mr. and Mrs. Don COAT COVERAGE
s DAYTIME Wiggins of Waldo. Itxllti ]it oNSCeAf NO DRIP-ENDS MESSY

Nri Mr. and Mrs. DeRltch Green PAINTING

0 PLAYTIME and family of St. Charles, Mo. N'IA ,, DRIES IN 30 MINUTES
o will arrive Friday for a two .
o DATETIME weeks visit with Mrs. Nelson HIDING
Green and family POWER
Mrs Morgan Rlcharde and NO PAINTY ODOR
Mrs. Annie R. Norman of Jacksonville 0t oRnRFOAMANcro,,f rtvA
h d
4 r'a1X are in Ft. Lauderdale
this week Good IIoulekeeping PER i
visiting Mrs. L. M. % GUARANTEES Reid 5650
Edwards and Mr. and Mrs W. t' coAg
All E. Wllcox.: FNroA AEFUNO10

Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Cruce
i' 4, "tc/ New Marcus and Cathern. Lawtey,
and Miss Frances Walters visited

1 FALL relatives in Perry recently.
Miss Gertie Faye Cruca of
Gainesville was home for the
COLORS Weekend.Sgt e e 0d

i4iJ4iI' / Ij and Mrs. Marley GrUBs
and son of Fort Stewart, Ga., 0 '
$ and Mr. and Mrs. James Coop.
; 9 o SIZES er and daughter and Johnny
Heath of Chiefland were Sunday

J II\\\\ I) ((1 5-13 Cooper.guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. '

(uI11 Misses Bonnie and Janie Griffin '
spent the weekend with ROL-EZE

iI ((41FiiIAiZL \ at their HUlcrest.brother, Tommy Griffl5. ONE COAT

Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly
\g w have ;had as visitors Mrs. C. R. LATEX HOUSE PAINT
s Raysor of Tampa and Miss Virginia -

XMASLAY Raysor of St. Petersburgon UP TO 8 YEARS DURABILITY
Saturday and Sunday and
4h( ,
i :i '"{ Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Tenly of
!Mrs. Sadie Finney of St. Petersburg WOOD
has been visiting her DRIES IN 30 MINUTES d

I ir sister, Mrs. L. F. Smith, for FORTIFIED WITH ALCOA'S '

A ,two weeks. HYDRAL .

GALLON '" Good Housekeeping
Published J
every Thtlnlaat ,
s 138 .W. Call 8t.. tNr
e Ef" Starke, Flo. 83O 1 R

1 ::::Iq1ch)4: : /' / f Second Bubocrlptlon at class Starke.postage Rates Fla.& paid:

k : In trade are: $..oo'per BEST PAINT VALUE FOR 25 YEARS
OPTIONAL 7 ar;; '2.2J: .six months.

Outside txO arM:.f4.BO MARY CARTER
per your; 42XO! m meat .-s

CHARGE PLAN .. 11:. t. Matthews,1; editor and
pnbtl mar 102 E. BrownIes St.
Phone 9647025THE

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Of In'te st. To. Hears Woman's Review Club: Fetes Hospital Candy Auxiliary StripersThe '- ford 964-6315.LEGAL County.0.FORMS.Tele' '_. Bn"I I

Of "New Year Bradford County Hospital

Auxiliary honored
WOMEN new membersand -- '
Mrs. E. Ross Harris of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs Ed Lama"
the Candy Stripers at a reception Mr. and Mrs. Robert Case of
State Fine Arts chair !Monday night at the Tallahassee announce the birth Rainey. Lake Butler a son Ed
man. and a past-president of the general meeting held In the of a son, Robert Earl on Nov. Dwight Nov 17.
III Gladys Mooty: Phone 964.7608 Jacksonville Woman's Clubsgave Methodist Fellowship. Hall. 18. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Everett Monroe"
a review of Pearl Buck'snovel Rev. DeWItt Farabee save Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth of Gllsson Sr., Hampton, a son, rjBY
IViiss Carol Farr Miss Dee Walters "New Year" at the the devotion after which he Starke. Randall Shane. Nov.. 18.. .
Starke Woman's Club meeting the
spoke on Important part a -
Honored At Series Is ComplimentedAt Wednesday afternoon of last hospital plays In a community Bradford County Hospital an- Surrency-Sllen

Two Parties week. and praised the social workersfor nounces the following births:
Cf Bridal PartiesMiss !Mcs. Harris was Introducedby their usefulness and comfort Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl ,F ami.Ir.Reunion:. NANCY'S FLOWERS

Miss Dee Walters bride-elect Mrs. S. O. Denmark Educa- given to the patieiits. Smith. Starke. a eon. Robert THE ARTIFICIAL
Carol Ann Farr whose of Nov. 29, was honored at an tion chairman. Mrs. J. W. Rltch, president Andrew Nov 11. All relatives and friends of POTTED PLANT
Elroy marriage will to take Harry Glen Saturday Me- informal tea on Thursday after President Della Rosenberg asked members to assist in sellIng Mr. and] Mrs. Levy Palmer" the late A. B. Surrency and Ru- The creative genius of the ar
place boxes of Christmas cookies Davis Starke. a eon Donald ''fus Allen tificial plant makers Is trjly
are Invited to
night at 8 in the Pine noon of last week given by '\'Mrs.H. presided overthe business meet. come
Level Baptist o'clock Church has been M. Hatoher Jr.. Mrs. Carl S. tag when approval of changesin bonbons and petit-fours to raise Wayne. Nov. 13. to the home of DeWitt and: something to behold. They say
Roberts Mrs. John Harold Andrews the by-laws and the club money for the Auxiliary's many Mr. and !Mrs. Albert L. Batten Rosa Lee Padgett corner of: |man has made plants artificially
honored at aeveral parties re- '. and Mrs Reddish R< Andrews budget were given. projects. Plans to enter a float Starke. a son. stoney Ray Brownlee Road and Highway'' iso well that you are afraid they
at the home of the latter In the Christmas parade on Nov 15. 235 eight miles west of Starke. will die without watering.
On November 7 Miss Farr on Edwards road. Mrs. J. A. Griffin hostess December 6 were discussed The Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28. --- Well you don't
was complimented at a miscellaneous Guests were greeted at the chairman and her committee Candy Stripers will decorate Johns Ralford. a daughter Bring your family and your need to water
shower given In the .e door by Mrs R. R. Andrewsand served refreshments during the the float. Karen Claudia Nov. 16. dinner. them, but an 'occasional
JonesvUle Baptist Church recre- .'' presented to the receivingline social hour. Mrs. Titus Olson Hospitality Mr. and Mrs. Byron Eugene cleanlnjr-
ation haU In Newberry. Hostesses : )> composed of the .honoree Shop chairman stated that Scrogglns Ralford a daughter contact Mrs. Rltob. 1 and dusting is
were Mrs. Evelyn Witt 1" ( greeting cards and Christmas Angela Maria Nov. 17. During the social hour the necessary
her mother. Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., white carnations and chrysanthemums '
!Mrs. J. D. Hunt Mrs. L. H. Mc.
J arrangements are available In 'new members and Candy Stripers ;J A lovely arrangement -
< Mrs S. L. Peek Sr., and Mrs.L. were used 'in the living ,,
Elroy Mrs. R. O. Hodge. Mrs. r,, A. Canova. mother of the rooms and an arrangementof the shop and asked member to a Christmas tree for the occasion were Introduced. Punch was ,it, '" '| would
Frank Dudley !Mrs. Theron brUlegroom-elect. the same flowers centeredthe make their purchases there. tyhich the Candy Striperswill served from a table covered add beauty to
Hunt and Mrs. Joe Durrarce. holiday PETITE wardrobe BOLERO of l'p(1ral.For( your. The tea table was covered coffee table in the dining :Mrs O. W. White, social decorate under the super- with an imported outwork and your Thankfiglv-
A pink and white color create a fancy bolero of cotton with an imported cutwork cloth room which was covered with a chairman. reported that the Vision of Mrs. L. K. Whitehead, lace cloth, centered with a lavender 'ing Table. At the same time
scheme was carried out In the Christmas Coffee for the Hospital add a touch of Thanksgiving to
velveteen to wear over skirtsor and centered with an arrange- white cutwork cloth. soonsor. and pink arrangement of
party decorations. The refreshment pants. This one's embroidered ment of yellow and lavender Miss Madge Middleton greetedthe staff will be held Friday. Mrs filch Mrs. M. A. Bald chrysanthemums and roses. a hall corner or In the kitchen.
table was covered with a in lazy daisies using J. mums. Highlighting the table guests at the door, and Dec. 13. from 8 a.m. to 3:30: win Jr. and Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. Rltch presided at the Call us for a care-free artificial
white lace cloth over pink linen. & P. Coats six-strand cotton and asked members to will arrangement. We will
were two three-branched cande- standing! in the receiving line. :p.m. signup attend the Auxiliary con.vmtton punch bowl and was assisted in specially
Gifts were displayed under a floss. Buttons and loops are labra for !the hours they will be at the Sheraton Hotel serving by Mr*. White Mrs. M. design the right plant for
Miss Peek
braid.. holding burning green were Walters !Mrs.
fashioned from middy
pink net covered umbrella accented tapers. Mrs. Ervin Andrews assisted Jr., and Mrs Canova. able to assist Mrs. W. A. Stern Dec. 4-6 and other members W Greasier and Mrs Robbie the right spot in your home.

Approximately with pink 50 florets.guests en- the hostesses in serving. Presiding at the silver coffee volunteered to give the hospital who can attend are asked to Shaller.

Joyed the occasion Baptist YWA Invited to call between the service was Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr.
hours of four and five o'clock and pouring punch at Intervalswere STYE 1i ;
The Pine Level Baptist Sunday For LunchAt were members of the facultiesof Mrs. L. D. VIning and

Church education building was Kingsley LakeThere Bradford Middle School and Mrs. T. T. Long Assisting In i
the setting! for a bridal shower Starke Elementary School. serving were Mrs. Bob Ferguson II aa
The hostesses the John H.
honoring MLss Farr on Nov. 9 presented Mrs. Miller Mrs.
given by 'rs. Lucile Conner will be a general meet- honoree with a corsage and the M. Richarde and Mrs. Harry
Ing of the YWA of the First vegetable: bowl in her chosen Mooty
Mrs. Hugh Watson. Mrs. Mark
Moody Mrs. Gerald Baldwin Baptist Church Sunday. Nov 24, china pattern as a memento of The hostess presented corsages -
s s
Mrs. Thad Smith. Mrs. Fred at 12:30: pm at the F. B. Beard the occasion. to Miss Walters. Mrs. A

Watterson Mrs. Don Tilley and residence at Klngslev) take Peek Jr., and Mrs. Canova and
Mrs. Alvarez Jr. All Mrs. E. L. Matthews complimented also a silver tray to Miss Walters -
Owen member
and pi'r><.DPcllve)
Miss Walters at a "cof as a remembrance of the
Mrs. Watterson guests members
are urged to attend
at the door and standing' in the Please bring a lunch and an fee" Saturday morning at the occasion. H' .
receiving line were the honoree. article for the Thanksgiving Matthews home on E. Adkins Fifty guests were Invited to
her mother Mrs. Alvin Farr Basket. street. call between the (hours eleven
and Mrs. H. H. McElroy of Arrangements of pink and and twelve-thirty. __ _

Newberry mother of the bride. _

groomelect.The y
refreshment table was ,
overlaid with a white linen I
and lace cloth and centered with
arrangement of pink and '- '"
an r\; Steel Flatware
white pompoms and mums, and i
pink candles In a silver eperg- r-
$9.99 valueHandsome
r5 .
The hostesses. presented the $
I ? set, service for
honoree with a pressure cooker $697
8 includes 8 dinner (forks,
and pompom corsage as a memento h, r N knives, soup spoons, salad
of the occasion. Corsageswere 4 j' f forks, ,12 teaspoons, 2 serving -
also presented to Mrs. fJ.. pieces.
Farr and Mrs. McElroy.One A.J" 'f
,hundred guests were Invited VEMBER SAVINGS! HAMILTON BEACH

to attend between the '/J3-Speed Mixer ....,
hours 7:30: and 9 p.m. r ,
-11 KODAK 124Instamatic

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McElroygave 97 $9.99 Seller .
a family dinner party on For Thanksgiving ,,r Kit
Nov. 11 at their home In New- DRIP-DRY AVRIL-RAYON $6 Less than 2 Ibs! 3.speed e.
selector is in under-
your ,
berry honoring their son. Glen
and his fiancee. Miss Farr. TABLECLOTH end thumb position. Stands on ,- $ 97 $19.99 List

Guests Included members of A t

the two families M4 .. 0:;. $13 1 Takes slides or prints. Ins
52x52 $ 99 -*: ,mr cludes camera, wrist strap
Miss Farr was pleasantly 1 -- instant Kodapak film, flash
surprised at a bridal shower 1 Carps cube, batlenes.SUNBEAM .
given Nov. 14 at the home of low price
Mrs. Barbara Fant in Gainesville U
Set a beautiful table with this luxuriously
the f soft, rich looking cloth. In white, gold,
given by /
The party was ( avocado, melon and turquoise. 52x70 TEFLON
ladles who work with Miss Farr. size only $'.99. Electric
Refreshments and games were Fryer
enjoyed by the 20 guests

Mr. and -Mrs. O. R. AlvarezJr. aXED LUNCHEON SETS $ Valu.

entertained with a pizza
Imported DamasR 50x50 table- 1288s19.99
supper Nov. 6 honoring Miss ;cloth and 4 napkins beautifully 99 GE AUTOMATIC fryer has re
Farr and Mr. McElroy with y vvy t r*:;:?g'H' bo61* Larger sets alsoavailable $1 _____ control unit
seven couples attending. T Coffee Maker ,. quick cleaning
The hosts presented the hon. '" in water! High vented cover
ored couple with. a white milk '''; 1 t\ $ $15.99 Seller
mementoof 3PC. CURTAIN SETS ; i.(;
glass cake plate as a ,y $1184 4, 8 cup mild to strong brew
the occasion. ... .. selector
I ;." ... Serving temperature
low $1.99 : ti t ... "1.-' J' heating Unit. Chrome plated
Miss Farr and Mr. McElroy reg. 1 :' copper body. GENERAL ELECTRIC

were honored at a candlelight II :+ I Table AM Radio
dinner party Nov 17 given at tier sets in choice of II.I '" f _=
the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. and colors 36" long. 'v _Ilrl.i I!IiF'a. '''' ..."j.v. ==
M. Chastain Jr. given by Mrs. $166 up you kitchen for '''J. .. -
Chastain and her daughter, Mrs. Holidays and ave. ., "' 11)\) .\ .... "f.J I] $ 94 $13.99 Value
Lynn BLshopBirthday. ,
f6"" '" .. ..:. $9 4" Dynamic speaker for full,
c ... .... .\ \< -,; rich tones! Smart-looking
Party .....
7.r"*j**t I -1.Jt high impact polystyrene cabi
f-.. ... It!'. "" ,- J net. Solid State circuitry
For G. S. SandersFriends : ,' ....
lit' ..". ,. 'rJ_.. .. .9.... ...,. w
and relatives of ,.: -- '*- ""' .. "" .,
I.' .

George Sunday, Nov E. 17.Sanders at his home gathered on \ SPRING/MAID/ & ST. MARY WEST BEND 30

Bay'birthday Street anniversary.Out to celebrate. his 80th / pt 5i : Cup Percolator

of town guests Included a TOWELSBOXED .I

son Harold; Sanders three from daughters Pennsylvania 4 (jd! ', 7Irtijj t t rt1. $ $10.99 Value

family 24 46 Bath' Teflon II
and -
James Johnson x ,
88 $794 Perfect for holiday enter
of Brandon: Mrs. A. Sande- reg. $1 c $15.99 Value tainment1!! Brews 12.30 cupsdelicious
ford, Macon Ga.; and Mrs Joe $ 88 coffee automatiImproved -
Marchant and husband of Warner hard coat teflon. cally Polished aluminum
Robins: Ga.; !Mr. and Mrs. Size 57C Wash Cloth 29CPretll' $1 10 1 qt. & 2 qt. Covered sauce body with "serve-lite"
James Lee. Albany Ga.; Mrs. florals and novelty our reg 69C our reg. 39C pans 5 qt. Dutch oven, 10"
Glen Sanders. Gainesville; also patterns Attractively gift $199 skillet.
Clyde Horace Norman boxed Beautiful floral patterns in 1st quality famous
sons brand towels Ideal for home
and their families of Starke: or gifts. ,
Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Lee and .. UDICO CAN OPENER
Rev. and Mrs J. C. HEsters T'
children. Starke; Mr. and & Knife Sharpener
and Wedding Ring Bedspread 4 \ GENUINE
Mrs. Richard English, Mr. and !. MELMA

!Mrs. Zane Brooks and Mrs. No iron white chenille. sculptured ; Y: $12.99 Seller

Willie Lee Williams. in wedding ring design >i.d.. -' ; :: '. : $
A birthday dinner was enjoyed over solid color background. vs .:' \ ". i'f.il( : .
$777 JIIo"\
at noon and other friends :; Bullion fringed. White and 4 ,' '! .... '<... .. :: :... l"; $897 2-in.1 1 compact appliance.
dropped by during the afternoon decorator colors to choose / i ;fJ _- '... :. ti Can opener holds lid andwc
to pay their respects. from. _.. I \ can firmly. Sharpens knives
I 1 scissors,small cutting tools.
Embroidered florals, His & A I ..
S 99 )) '
CATHOLIC CHURCHES Hers and others, beautifully ,
packaged far gift giving I up :l RELIABLE

Sunday ST. EDWARD'S.Masi. 9:13 a.Starke m. AREA RUGS 45 PC. MELMACDtnnerware ,, Fryer-Cooker
Thursday Maw 6:30: p. m. Set f
Miraculous Medal! Novvna, Plush pile oval rugs ,e A
Saturday 7 p. m. with fringe in white $15.99 Seller $9.99 Value
('onlenlo".. 3 p. m.. 7 f. m. and newest decorator S399 I Ii 88
ST. WILLIAM'S. ? x 4 8 $ Dishwasher safe. Guaranteed : y b i
J\ [ delightful meals with
Keystone Ililghla: i i $1 I 097 2 yrs. Service for 8, plus this 5)4) qt. cooker, complete
Sunday Mass.! 9 a. m. q \ 30,6056M s S Ml" platter vegetable bowl, sugar with fry basket. Heat-proof
Wednesday .Mais and Novena i 48 ,73 and creamer. Unbreak Reliable ovenware glass cover.
;7 P. m. able! Choose from 4 patterns.
ST. M\KY'M MaecleruiyrSunday '
I Mam. 11:30:: a. m. AL\VAYS'lst.> QUALITY AT CARPS ,

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0 Ilrniltord r, $,.. Kli.rliln. ImIr RICHARD JOSDPH InDINB.deceased. Court IAad .
mi Tli ('oonf" Jttilic'i I"'w.ur Cniollne Jf DanescAddrens
the .. 20.UI.: ;;:
.. and must be sworn to bv visions .f Cholll'r
Ii Recreation *OiII.i Of IVI'KVriO.N: : TO'llliU.lpTKlt '.nl. No. For HrniKord Co.af, will re1f1..I..r unknown
\ II'IC'I'I'I'IOVII IV A MM In lt..: B.ntu of Rlclmrd) Jos- Kiiflren F RhawKITOKNH Florida File No. claimant his agent, or his voidac..dlnll' attorney .'''.,.Id... ,\.I..r 11141."r (he ('h'- You me hen-hy notified I that
Notlrt I. hereby Klvin that fLnltlne\ noccnuoil.NOTK'H f. SHAW In Its: Estate of Emil Meyer, or It will lie<'ome ...wllh.. the rJo'rk for Itnim ml font. a pioceedlng for dlvoivo ha*
the iMulei'.l 'ntMl. under. the |iruMnlonn TO rilMDITOHS' 143 Wont Call Street also known a. Emil Meter, De- ; to law. ,P11.It ( .rl. I In and cm.'I ,t ofI been hronirht In the Circuit
ili-llver '
NewsSMALL of Each! creditor shall c ounry t rioiina ni)"" r : .
of I'hainoi ZO.ItiU iawe All clocllloiH of the VMtato Starke. Florida c..u.I. to 1 ;I inlB I notlce Court for. lirndfmd County
of .Plorlilii Aim of 11141.' will RICHAIU) JO.SBPH JjlIUNl'J: Attorney for Administrator NOTICJoJ TO CRBIMTOKSTo sufficient triple of his claim I proof of Kuhlliutlon "' :\11- Floilda against )'ill Y.>u nrehpr..hy
rcRlHtrr with I ilm 'Ierlc or the florvam-d: are hvivhy notifiednd First Publication: November .ail creditor and all per- enable the County Judge to mall- tho fUlltl.HiH lu-thel name .'hllr.h! "iviiuliecl, to file with Ih.CI.'k .
FRY FOOTBALL Clrvult Come In mid fur Mrnd- required 1 fllo any claim T. 968. .on*' having claim or demand one to each peisonal representative. moNa Manor of the Circuit Court your
tow : .. .
: Flotilla
ford County. Florida demand h iCh they 1,17 4t ,1/28 Ko 'il Starke. .
upon roMlpt or may against Raid eirtate.You. II \\ '.uim.Maltland or other Pleadings In
V D. answer
The Small fry Flag football of pi oof of inilillcHtlon of linve iitlalnHt mild, entitle In tho nnd each ;of you. are Dated November 15th and fl..rl Colley Hond said proceeding". B nil to Beive
League, with one week left, thl. notice tho flctltlnua name office of. the I'ountv Juilxe of hereby notified and required topresent .1 t165. JmkHonvllle lieacl I'I 02 3 .. ,'o..y..r. Hniiie upon 551'l inns n.
Florida National hank Htnrke. Florida.Dated
of Stnrke t Nurnery, Hwy. liradford County. Florida In any claim and demand foi' Plaintiff
finds just; one game difference 301 Smith, j\n k Kloi.lilaMartha the Court HOUHU nt Stnrke..Florida SiLlS! OK. AUTOMOIIH.E which you. or either of you, this 15th dav Starke.of ovni-nrnd-, nu\\pll.Southenut Attoi-nev FliBt Stleet tlnlnesllle. -
M. .Ifl'I1cI1305 HonrInir within I six calenlarmonth A T11UCK8 have aRalnnt the etate ofKmll Uy Fred J ThnmuKon" JrA Iwr 1"OR. A. n. at 212 before.
between three teams. The Cowboys may Will Floihla .n 01
st. Stalk.. Flu. nml O. from the date of the Sealed Bid will b received In Meyer alno known urn Emit Kxecutor of the JMt ford County. Fiolida.II ,,2In .. 1061. irereln
:11 |It (12 of l>e<
with a record of 5-3, leads Kathleen Carter P. O. Box 213, firm i>til>ll<n of thin notion.Iluch office .of Bualne Manager.Florida Meier, d..cpaa..d. late of Bradford And Tentament of Kmll: Meyeralso Dcc.pa..1. : fall not dav or.... Default \\ 111 i boenteied .
the 'league, white the Colts and Stark, FU.. ,>unor. Malm I or demand 1 intiHt bo State Prison Kaltord Cuonly.1o" <>rlda, to the known. a* Kmll Meier against >'ouWitness
imtril this Siltli! flay of October In writ lag nnd IIIO.t Mtato the Florida up to and not laterthan County Juilite u f. Hia.lforil Coun- hand und seal of
Packers are tied for 2nd place J968. A I>. nt wtarke lirad- place of renlrtoiK'e and 1 pout offlre 10:00: A. M. December 4th, ty County Courthouse. In 4/21 It ,2/12 M'1" Court mv In Staiko niadford,
with 4-4 records. ford County. Florida) addreHH of tliu I clalmiyU" and 1968 for ,6 aurplu.cars A truck Htarku, Itrad ford County Florida The Cliwnlt Court Of .\"" plaid Floilda thl. I "th day 'fNoveiiibt'i
10'31' It 11/21 muM. .Im. flworn to by th r claimant Bid mint be on form lecured .. within nix, ino-nthf from the KlicIKU Jutllflal Clreillt. In' County ., I 116R.
On Wednesday, Nov. 13 the from that. office. Vehicle* maybe llrmlforil OounO. t l'llAollnn '
1 ble 'iiKent or IIR| attorney datof ''he flrHt publliatlon of For
Cowboys took the league by or It will becomenlil: according Inspected at Florida State thin noticeKiuh :NOTMi: OF. 1"1.1'10" TO Clint 1o.Francis .. "h.lnIHr. (SKAM Charles: A. Dai-bv.
Prison Motor Pool Monday .
to law claim I 01 demand 1 must ...:O'H'I'lt FICTITIOVSNMH 1. Dan e
downing the Ranu 12-8. Cow through Friday between 8:00: licfcnd- Cleric of the Circuit Court
!. The ruiintf Jililui*'* Court Of rharleK M. Sclunltt lie In writing and must state VB Caroline M Danese. (fharl. .\. Derby
boys led at !half 6-0 on Larry CHARMM. St'IIMITT.: Ad- A.M. & 4PM.. the place of residence and poutofflin Notice IH hereby given that nv 11/21 41 t II 13i.
mlnlntiator of the TOHtata of. Islet| 2t 12/23 .,"I 14 touchdown.
White's yard .
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Early In the 2nd half the ------------------..-------

Rar.vs came back with Jackson I' ,'. I I
Prevatt going 38 yards for the
touchdown. Prevatt then passed II \ # Di. ; .,.r > I I
to Lee Casey for the 2-potnt I. ,," >.. l" i... I
conversion and the Rams took .1 U.S.D.A. GRADE 'A1OOICK :
: I
Veuftq ItQAtltt) ; ; f.l'j .
:, f
the lead. 8-6. With Just two min BROAD-BREASTED "'"N U '
utes left In the ram Larry us. DEPT. Of AGRICULT' I I
White broke loose for a 30-yard( :
touchdown. run and then held "

off 128.The the Rams to win the game i Ii t .A I

between' the .U'RKEYS
second game < II
Colts and Packers was strictlya ." _ I
defensive! game with:! neither #f".l :/ II ;,- I I
able to score In .the 1st half. ) .. .' II I II
I 17 LBS
'Late In the! 2nd half Drew Bar _
ry got In the end zone from 10 :. : : \ ANDUP _ : I II
yards out and theColts won, I ..
60.Standings: Cowboys 5-3. Pack. \ ., _"

ers 4-4. Colt! 4-4. Rams 3-5. : : 't. ,'\ L8 II
Bantam: League, going \ II I II
Into Its last week of play has
one undefeated team the 10 TO II I

Giants, boasting a 5-0 record. I. J II STEAKS I STOCK UP EARLY. WE WILL BE I
In five games the Giants have j
given up only 4 touchdowns : tA'Y- .5. 16 LB TURKEYS..Ib 39* : : DAY :
while scoring 18 touchdowns. G II
In last week's game the S1Uff. II I NOVEMBER 28th. II
Giants downed the Saints 22-0. I .1
and then stopped the Cardinalsin fIlU :''G ) ARMOUR'S "BUTTER.BASTED", HONEYSUCKLE II I .

the! closest game yet. 24-14. 60S SWIFT'S "BUTTERBALL" AND FARMER GRAY I THURSDAY'
127. The Bears had a bad weekas SEASONED I THRU WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27
they loot both of their I BREAD FOR..16oz: 25 C II I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I

Standings: Giants 5-0 Saints
221. Cardinals 2-3, Bears (0-4-1.
The Teen Dance this week
after the Tornado-Orange Park __
gam will feature the "Open
Book." Only teenagers from TURKEY _
Bradford County 9th grade

through 19 years .allowed!' to come.Admision _
is $1.25 and the ORLEGQTRS '
dance will end at 12 midnight.

MEN'S orgai'zation BASKETBALLAn : '! meeting for 5. $3&* _

Adult Men's Basketball will be r
held at 7:30: p.m. tonight (Thurs- ,ICAN; Li 1
day) In the old armory.: All _
teams Interested: In playing in
the league .should be represent.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy-

PANTRY PRIDECOTTAGE KRAFT'S __________ ____________ ___________ FRESH BAKED __ _



Members elected to office to GOLDEN iROWN.
conduct the business of the FROZEN
Bradford County Serior! Citizens

Club for 1969 were Joe Kerri 1.19YIUOWCLINO 2* : DIET BARS
gan, President; Pete Johnson. O7 "
Vice President; Emma !Morton
Treasurer; Dorothy Kerrigan,
Secretary; and Helen McManus,
House Chairman. Pete and Lilly S. _
Johnson wll serve on the Sick ''LUirlATIOH
Plans discussed for our RKH-TEX
Christmas party and annual .i1- ,

dinner were left in abeyance IHiill GARDEN PEAS
until our next! meeting at which,
final' decisions will be made. i OR CORN o.1::',:;:
It was voted unanimously to

send $5 affiliation fee to the 3 LBCAN 29-CAN
Florida State Council for Senior 2/29 ''

1969.Citizens, Inc. starting Jan. 1. CANS

Senior citizens 65 and over CAN

via: have not as ye*, appliedfor ________ ._._____J ,- _ _ _
Medicare. Plan B can enroll I
during the rext! period Jan. 2 I I

until those who March apply:! 31.will Coverage begin July for i I PUMPKIN OR APPLE I FANCY RED !
1969.Persons approaching 65 C 0 F F E E I 8" SIZE.SAVE 47< I KILN DRIED I

should apply for Plan B three
months BEFORE their 65th 3/$1 ..1I

birthday.tection goes Thus into Medicare effect pro the i. MAXWELL i i POTATOES !
'"'''''' '' ''
month Changes! they just are 65 announced years old.! by ; HOUSE LB CAN 59cUROWH'N II

the U S. Dept. of Health, Education .: -
and: Welfare for those I
covered under Plan A, will now 2Lss25c: I II
to for the first $44 of
have pay of HOLIDAY FRUIT CAKE...................... 99<
their hospital bills instead FYNE TASTE I
the $40 paid before. The raiseis
attributed to increased hospital LB BAG 3 8e I 662/3 FRUIT A NUTS. LB SIZI I

cost says the Social Security I I QUALITY FRUIT CAKE................. 3.19 I D'ANJOU EATINGPEARS I

Administration. I I

confined Presently to a the patient hospital who for is I LIMIT -1 OF YOUR CHOICE WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER : QUALITY FRUIT CAKE................ *4.39SYRUP I 23fJ I

more than 60 days pays $10 per I I
.. day from the 61st day throughthe .................... _ _ _
90th day. The rest! of the t
Fresh Ground 4 Town Talk -
bill Ls paid by Medicare. Beginning
in January the cost to CANADA -I IUSCIOUS: RED
the patient from the 6lst day GOIDEMRIPCBANANAS _
through the 90th day will be $11 FRUIT EMPERORGRAPES

per day.A FLAVORED BEEF : _____
rate change also affectedis :
the patient who enters extended JUICE I DRINKS *
care (nursing home: ) 5 Ib. Pkg. 1/2/ Gal. ___
after hospitalization. At present!

the payment the first 2l3t 20 day is $5 days to a the are day.100th free.Beginning From day. 28pz 0 $1.99 i i 49 I I. '

)n January the! cost will be $5,50 -
from the 21st tothe 100th day. p.......... ............. 5ii___ _
( Thanksgiving, : Is almost here
BO take time out to count your -
blessVngs. Though:! thing don't MACLEAN'S 10 O* HARD TO HOLD
. always look so good, the best SAU PURPOSE'lOoz

. t We The can next do Is hope.meeting will be STRAWBERRIES WHIPTOPPING HALOHAIR _ _

Jues.. Nov. 28. at the Recreation .
Center Pratt St. at 7 p.m. PASTE SPRAY
'Come' and ,have a happy time. APPLES I LETTUCE

i -Joe KerrigllJl.,
{ writer Stand Desks, Chain Tor; 13ox
I' Safe Bradford County 4 s, ,

'; i C 5 Telegraph. PKGS REGULAR A SPEARMINT _CAN 1:1&F1_ Lj:

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'Sound ing to Mr. Walter Murphree: PAGE FIVE
Of Music'Performance a co-director ot the! play along WITH YOUR Rivers, Dolpli>> Reddish! Pasco
.wllb Mn. L, Paul Elliott Weeks and Blair Harrison :.MRS. :MAY GRIFFIS hem Stark: ; a jtpiaughter.Mr. :: .
Set Staging of the musical Is a Bradford and Union Counties VICTIM: OF LL'KE.MIA: .-.. Fays Gill Jacksonville; a
Tonight At GHSA hint effort of the GUS Choral' it itr combined;! at the beginning: of) Mrs May Grilfis, 57. died son Frankie. Stirke; three uls
Drama Art. aid: JournJWsm tr this year In an effort t> have Ttrsday.: Nov 7. in Aas! >:.ja ters. Mrs. Eertls Chltty.! Mrs.
orzanizatlon General: Hospital after! being ill Gertrude! Stark, and
final performance: of the Departments: M-J. Murphree .a more effective ) Halstea.
al1-time award-winning musical! /lay!'. It includes a cast of 75, and to become better acquainted with lukemia since! lost Joly. :Mrs Ella Rewls, MaczUnay;
The Sound of Music" will 09 Including small children from ....... I n U t h with each ctler.: Tbs cmt!: She was a native: :f Bidin four: b:others: Lewis, Lonnie.
staged at Gainesville High four different Gainesville area nation of these two orjanUitions: and the wife cf the lat J. W. ai:1: Drsy Wilkerson, oil of
SO'tool tonight: 'Thursday. Nov schools and full pit orchestration .//1 was a good: move. Meetings are Griffis, Macclenny.: and Otis Wilker.
21'' at 7:30: p.m. : using the!! Broadway score ,_ :: I rf held alternately in Starks and: Surviving are two; daughters, son. :M'llfcjrry.: !::
Good Mrs. Vi.-glnia Smith, Jack!.:t- la Pine Grove
he extra performance is be. Admission Is $1.50 for adult r + rff1 Lake Butler. programshave Burial was
!n* given because many persons: reserved seats, $1 for adult been planned: and there vllle and ;Mrs Ellzab!::'th Doug- Cemetery t near R 1f'd.::
had to be turned away from the general: admission. Any group has been good attendance at ii ._
r' IIIlar: performances, accord. wishing to attend will be given COUNTfAGENT each meeting during Cia year. -
a seperate taped off section: =- Membership in cur Cattle \% Sea You Use An Andrews Charge '
man's Association Is open to
anyone who owns, or Is interested -
.s Your Agricultural Extension in Bradfrd and: Union Your Prescription Tax: Records
ADDING MACHINES: Manual Service. the oldest) : branch agen
County livestock. Our Association are Kept For You By Us :
or electric. For sale or cy of the United States Department
Ct renl. Add subtract, credit balance of Agriculture has recently is affiliated with the: State Andrews DrugsFor I
This organization
666Q .- Bradford County Tel.- been experiencing some organizational Association.
the Florida:>
fraph.v changes.! With a cooperating with Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170& ,
number of these changes, there Bee Council, is engaged in
lasso been additional: : programs: \ many programs and is always
.- .- .- oo. 0'0000oo P. ass- rt* onslb1l1t1 s. The State working: in the interest! of livestock -
Agricultural Extension Office :: industry.We .
title are happy: to announce
then approves personnel
.VEN changes. Many of these are that cur president Art Schultz
classified 03 an in-s rvlce pro- has been appointed one of three
ee motion: in that you have been 500 Attend District DCT Meet area: chairman for Florida:: Bee
; BEADY A asked tj: assume additional: re Cruncil.: This! : means that even
sponsibilities.! Saturday At Bradford High though we are not: the recognized largest
For more than fifty-five yearswe Association: we are
had the College :of Agriculture \ from the state level. We knew
Th;: Agricultural Experi 50CDCT students from eight Eradfc.'d County: Juice: T: ion > that Art will do a good jb.
i THANKSGIVING i ment Stations and the Agricultural counties gathered Saturday, A. Yawn spoke to tie: gr .I;?,
Others to address the students
Extension!:: Service.:: Each Nov. 22, at Bradford: High:
Bill Costello director of CALF SCR.VMBLKThis -
was organized and operated bya School f:: their: arnual district were
the BHS DCT program; Wayne; Is speaking for those ot ; N
top man called the director. meeting and: to elect district
officers. Black, vtce-prssidsnt:: of the us directly! connected with agricultural
New we have the Institute of
I Food and Agricultural Sciences: Charles Synder from Rikards Bradford: DCT CUb. and BH3 programs; in our County ,
Principal Ralph Dlggs. Rev W, Our Nov. 16 Calf Scramble was
+ One man called the provost, High: S-.col: in Lean County was i
directs and; coordinates: all pro elected! president:: of the district. A, Hcgan: paster of the First a success. A number of committees -
Biptlst Church, gave the Invoc- had: teen given responsibilities :
grams of the College, Experiment Miss Sally Ann :Moore, Bradford:
otln. and in each case the
Stations: Extsr.sicn Service High DCT student: was a contestant :
Home Economics and f:r the r: 3t1on.! The students had. lunch in the Job was dne. A great number:
BHS cafeteria. cf individuals: were involved in

i With This BIG HOLIDAY | Youth.Scramble If you Saturday were you at the saw Calf and services this: put;: or together ccntributlons.!: made: All this of
Bradford County
heard Florida: Provcst Dr E. T. vice In .
York. Extension! Organization We are =NEW" OFFICERSOur second calf scramble the success Expect MORE
beginning with one very Important Cattls- 1C was. .
Bradf rd-tJnlen
We will be announcing some
Trade-In Value! title and responsibility changesin to the internal opera o.l man's Association has elected] This prjectwas originated by
: and succes of an :office.
: our own Bradford: County their 1969 men to direct and and! is spnjored by cur Starke-
:Mrs\ Faye Marlowe l has been lead our Association through: Bradford: Cunty Chamber: of
given additional duties and her ancfier good year Thy! are: Commerce. Other organizations When You Save With
: classification! more appropriateto Pl't'ildentArt:' Schulz.: Vice. cooperated to assure the: success
i With Caloric i WatchBand the position, now is Adminis- P'esldentJ, R. Waimvrlg'.it.: and provide a good: program.
trative Assistant This classification SJcretary-Treasurer u 11 t u s We 1 look: forward: now to seeing
.i- does: cary definite responsibilities MaiUwe. Directors are: Rex these calves at the Bradford FIRST FEDERALMAXIMUM

: the reason : Calendar p'Sibils! an effective that'm operation make Smith, E. J, Lanum Wilson County Fair In March

t for goad:: service to our people.
12 FOR MONTHS ONLY Mrs. Marlowe] has demonstratedher ..0..0.. ...... ....00. is here-- : "" $1.00 ability in daily performanceof INSURED SAFETY, AND READY :
li # the qualifications; necessaryin :
lid AraiilYt II tills! assignment. All cf Us are Buy Daily 4I AVAIIIBIIITY.I .

i (within reason) : TheTELKUKAI'H your proud: Agricultural that she: Is Extension a: part!Ser-of <

.. .. i PECANS 4c Dividends 4 Times'

A Year
: : :.' "$ : ii: .j..:",, f To be read, 4I On
''' .

< understood, Joyce Stoke : CASH PAID <4 Passbook Savings Accounts i

4 + !89th Birthday Celebration

t \ and used. .. Set For Sunday: WAINWRIGHT PRODUCE CO< .
Mrs Alice Edwards will celebrate
+ WPf 1PIW""hiF"'
4 .A. .... her 8<)th birthday! with a <
'" --- e
':+. .: : : : and Loan
n Casket: luncheon at the home of Savings --
==- PHONE 964-7126 J
({).tcuIPilgrim her son J V. Edwards on: Sun- 0 _
4 day Nov. 24. Everyone is cordially
4 I
invited: by Mrs Edwards j
4 2 4 to cams and bring a basket I. I 218 N. Temple Ave phone 964-5000
,.. ... 4 di.iner! and: help her to celebrate ....................
- - - -
- --- --
f. 't her b.rthday.

-:...,.- ..._.., ,.. ......:. Our sympathy to the family: Q!. Al4ao
-; of Charles Croft who d.ed last
week. :Mr. Croft was a former
," resident: of Brooker and the
4 ; .J..4 :; d' Y
t. ,, i
'; : nephew of MEva Hart-ell At rD ii'i.iiiii .I.
4 Bible the time of his death he was re- PSliKOIflese

4 4A sluing Mrs.; Zedra in Tennessee Hamilton! Mrs.Mr. Eva and

.. _......,. ._-,.. .. _- .... ., '.. + Harrell of Brjoker. Ercell Ed.
"""!,""O'r wards of Raiford! and:! Seeber .
: Edited by Edwards of Tampa attended the .
Dr. E. Schuyler English funeral services Sunday.It ADD SPARKLE TO HOUDAYENTERTAlNlNGe .
seems that most of our .
Assisted by
people In the community are
4L1 37 distinguished either now: sick or have just .
I\,\) Evangelical been sick these last few weeks. .
.. I, contributor We are glad Mrs. Doris! Kelly Get Your Home Ready for the Festive .
is home from the hospital: after
PRESENTS the complete spending several days there .

Authorized King James Also: :Mrs J. T. Sawell. :Mrs.\ Meals During the Holiday Season .
50 TRADE IN i text with a unique system Mattie Sowell is ill at home this .
t of notes, references and week. Mrs Pansy: Strickland
Aheadl Make Meal
special helps to clarify the has been in the hospital. We do 0 Just I Every :
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Upset Hopes Deflated

Lake City Rips Out Big 27-3 Win Over Tornadoes

< > for a Tornado upset That line: held the Tornadoes
'I i '
Lake City were exploded to 15 yards rushing the second Statistics Cross Country
H '!ay when: : the Tiges beatenby half and 48 the first; It held the! BITS CHS 9 New
Pint Downs 10
Palatka, ripped out a Tornadoes Inside the Lake City ;
win over Coach:: David 10 \in the first perIod, making p t tI Rushing 5 7

< el'en.: the Big Red settle for a field Passing 5 358 2 Mark Set By FrickSlicig

i I' Aac fie Tornado: third goal when a touchdown might Yds. Gained 147
made In the S RushIng 63 252
have difference
it against five victories:! a Passing 84 106 :: 26 seconds: off h.-: ; pre- compete in the senior: high!

AZ:i. Lake Cltis- now outcome.Quarterback Meeks went to I LT Passes Comp!, 8-21 4-8 \l:>lIs> time distance runner Rick: meets this year.
2 Frick broke lis two-mile Present eighth In'ad'ho:
__ Passes Int by 2 own
the at.for TD and a long
: one
lane\ the
t msh Titfei: : pass
the t
Jack Meeks pass set up another in the first Fumbles Lest by 0 0 cross country: Bradford High will def'iitely! run on varsity -
if quarterback: Penalties 15 49 record last week with a tme:: :of: as frfihman! next year the
haf: when the Tornadoes had
: n> running :of BJIy Hale Punts 6-32 5-39,4 10.26.: coach: says, and their: best times
the Tiger run lng attack stifled.
dlffeienc in the balllake -
'I rr i f.nhh in Larry Green 11:10: Leon
The speedy Hale was slapped Score by Quarters Flick's fifth: place are:
BHS 300 0-3 the d'strlct: run-offs at Jacksonville ard Garrett l\-1.\ : : Jimmy Lowry -
time and again for 113 gain or -
hat yardage by the well-coach* CHS 776 7-27 University: : qvalitt-d him 11 ::29, Randy Hodee: Jt-2: ').
:in Clearwater Flynn 11-55: and Steve
.- for: the state run-offs Giey
fd BHS defense:: but costly mis-
Scoring this F.'itlav. Nov.: 23. 113 Futch 13-JO.: Flynn may be lostto
takes enabled the! Tiger half.I
CitySpeedway i back to: see a bit of daylight I BHSAdams, field goal, 12 is only Bradfoid runner to qaul- t: football. hovever.Outstaidine .

twice aid !*, made fie: lances: I yards. ify for the state.

good:: for: touchdown runs of 32 j j CHS-V Geiberg. 8 yd. pass Coach! Loper al.:o na'nerl! 1 12 seventh .
.... --J, .> .N kick are: Steve Thomas 12:07.: Gerald
and: 59 yards. > .... from Meeks! Gelbe'.g. PAT :Middle School runner*, rt?sent
I ..
BUS Starts Strong '-., ..: ., ::.... .- --- .. :.:z .rta. Lan: I good: 2M'eks> !! 'a yd. run sixth) seventh and: e.ghfli: made; Griff i!!' 12:15: Tim Crews

Playing a strong garr" in the Cielbelg PAT kick good: : 31> Hale runner who/ : he expct, to:: b? 13:11: and Mike DeSue 13-12: :
the Tornado defender Rornle Griggs trails Lake pass wnv: good for a first down on the Brad- 41> Hale 60-vd. run; sixth graders! : Wade Garrett
first half the Tornadoes: : held 32-yd run: out-tnndinft if they ke"? noiking -
Tigers twice, then BHS' BUI Before City's J\J?rc Ilollard as the Tiger end catches a ford eiffht-vard-line; and set up the Tiger' QplbelB PAT kirk lIoQd t. The were not:: allowed to 11:58: and Randy Martin: 13:04.:
/ took: a Lake City punt on Jl.y.ird pass; early In the second perild. The secord TD, which put them ahead )143.
LAKE CITY ON, UA 41_ hi' 3; and twisted and:! faked: his ------- -

way 56 yards down the sidelineto : endzone, but Tlllotson pickedthe

STOCK CAR the the fEt: Tiger period: nine-yard-line in of the ball Tornado almost: from receiver the while arms

Three!!! tries at the strong Lake traveling full tilt. !JrLL&1R
half stood 14.3.
Citv: line left the ball on the Score at the
At that point Lake City had a
two= and Bill Adams came ont
RACESEvery slight edge in rushing yardage,
-1 ) a 12 yard field goal, the only
59 to the Tornadoes' 48, and: 100
poi:: It, the Tornadoes:: would get, ? pTIME
alr- rug'i they were first put on f yards: passing to the Torna-
4'I-, habbaa. does' 46 BHS had a 6-to-4 edgeIn
SundayTime the!! board: coming will 3:48: left i
first dawns.:
in the fast: period ,
Tigers Fight Back
Trials 1 :30 Fighting right back, Mesk! 1 Tigers Dominate

3:00 made yardage the quick! way ; Driving 55 yards the Tigers
Firtt i Race .
: with a 36 yard pass to wide-out scored: the first time they had

Walt Peterson, good for a first ; the ball In the third period. Billy

dowi:: at tha Starke 29-yard-lIne Hale gained every inch of the

ACTION'GALORE Hale moved the ball to: the 13 4 55 yards carrying five of six

in two tries! of 7 and 9 yards _____ play;, the last a 32-yard scoring
and another: Tiger first: down.: as sprint: : on a pitchout around the l

Getting: tough, the!! Tornado ,,,,raph,, left end. The Tigers Increased

: defense gaveMeek? :only three their lead to 20-3 with 7-15: left .TO GET YOUR BEST BUYin
yards up C'e middle before the third quarter

Make Norman made the! stop. This end run b)' the Tigers' Mike Vlnsot: Is stopped by the Although: their offense was a new car..with

---- Torrado def nce, Number 70 I Is Charles Smith, number 85 is stopped by the tough Tiger line,
the Tornado defense: held the
Tex" Patrick, and numb-r 10 I 114 Bill Belote in background. Tigers thereafter except for a bank Auto Loan!

X71''! l Hale' 60-yard spurt for the
Automobile and
fourth TD. That cam on second prices our quick, money-

down: from: the Lake City 41 on saving Auto Loan service couldn't be better

end.another pitch out around right -/or you-than they are right now! You

THIS CHRISTMAS r f jr t The Tornadoes on side line saw are sure to get the most for the least with

the plav developing: : and were one of our bank Auto Loans. Come inl!
: shouting to the eleven on
field, but the powerful: Tigers
I swept around: the! end with the
tee r I i T i Tornado defender sucked inside
M pr- r 1 I and blocked out of the plav. The
',3l) .
d 1 V >'Irt TD made It 27.3 with 8:42: left in FLORIDA..

the game.

3 HOME MOVIE OUTFIT! Billv\ Halethe Tiger speedster: -
I a 'was the leading rusher of the :,B"A'HK4(1/ : : : ( [. {S.t1lfiRik: ;' '
I" "ryth<"|you nvtdfor bttltr horn ,
o ., 'L' -r' Ant *.men everything'' Look night: He carried 20 times foi1 :

.. ',. .4'' rnpi.r,," GAr Homt' Move 177 yards, an 8.9 average Be-
"' :0 Linebacker Steve Cra-vford and end :Mik-Normai, number lots run:::ed for: 34 yards in eight Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

$119.95 12, bring down o Tlper boll carrier at the line of
scrimmage attempt. a 4.3 yard average One of 30 Banks of the Florida National
Tom Marks, nmrber 73 and Millie\ Cohens: number 32, are In to lead the Tornadoes. Group

the background. The for.iadres slopped the Tigers for short j

e0 .QCv Yardage time and ngnli, r-ul allowed them to burst loose several -

times for TO's.

ti, y v t Fullback Mike Hunter was nail- .. Free Tickets To Kiddieland
At Badcocl'sW
ed after two yard: by Brad
ford's Tex Patrick Bid Gene 4 4LNNr

Melvin, leaving I the Tigers with
810 INCLUDES: i third dawn: and five yard to go The Children Are RidingBrowse Through Our Gift Filled Store
AnicomUlc 8/81 Spar| 8 Movie) Cinirt from the Tornado: eight-yard!
..... ,
with AuloautK ""rye for perfectly mpOMd movfMl
Ancw.lon' 388 Did I Mnli PrajKHrIt Badceckb
... ... Tigers
.omo. Ih.nri.f-i' Shoot born Super a nd Rtfutor a
........' Meeks went to thf air again, }" tit ? y ?vaf t s b

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his hand The second: pass, on
ASK US FOR A DEMONSTRATION! fourth: down:: was a bullet: up sw wif e? ,,

t the! middle to end Pete Gl belg -

BULLINGTON'SPhotography who had slipped between two PE P''

Tornado defenders Geibelg .
kicked the first of three extra l lsKl .dtu'a'1' -- -

po'.ntj:: and Lake City led 7-3 !
with 10 seconds left In the firstquarter.

-. B3lota returned the Lake City
kick-off to the BHS 30 and Melvin

GAINESVILLEBusiness the rte: ming back was stopped .
for a yard loss on first
down. Belote: went to the air
but missed on two tries to Bill oea
the second r w 12" SIQtwaik like
clams., who dropped ''i'r '
3 f! ,, ty Cony.", from
boy't lallrl
Directory pas which was in his hands Mustang Auto '. ...od.lln .' Belote punted 37 yards to the f.dol drlv. ad- nd.mlih.d, In flamboyant'

Tiger 34 and Mike Vlnisn: returned position 1 lutfabU, ,to fin 3 20" Satellite Convertible
.;ALTO SALES MEN'S WEAR to ths Lake City 48 yard! ithvd 'In flamboyant ZLLI haloes .
line.\ .r Sri"s rod with. .aryls, WS&SK! $7095,
; I f r chromo and from bo/'. to girl't J7
BRASINGTONCADILL.ICOLDSMOBILE A Tiger Bomb while ,trim" OIAN "' .dolln t.condi. rlam*
STAG 'N DRAG Meek immediately: put up fcayant ,.d fin". '".

the bomb, on first down: and
SALES &: SERVICE Stanley Blacker Coats who :had caught the 34" '
Geibelg : Wagon
Fine Selection of Used Cars ,j
Arrow Dress Shirts ;1 1L'
had three stepson H.avv .
first TD ,
pass Sidewalk Biketsh.d ,
Taken On Cadillac Trades ... leap.
Puritan Sweaters .1! 5 95
Ronnie bin 9
Tornado Conv.ru from
::! ir.lol.' bay' lariimh
2001 S.13th Ph. 378-5301 Peters Jackets girl', modal, In ,
Griggs. Griggs hauled the Tiger r,r Y He gold with ..c.nd. Al
.d wh..li and >d 'In flamboyant
CRANE Ladles Sportswear receiver down at the BHS eight- .whlttwalli. (opp.r. sell

: 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand yard-line, but the bomb: had set Judy Whltehead doesn't seem St She sa."jolloblt In JJ" .1.. .OCtrr 52995
LIVCOI.N-Mr.RffRV: GAINESVILLE MALL up the Tigers" second score. exactly pleased with tit+ way the
1 r Authorized Sale & Service Hal ran for four yards over Tiitcr-Tornailo game was goingFriday
2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 the right side before BHS1 Christy nlglit The BUS cheerleader 'ra-ovwa

MOBILE HOMES Chandler) and two: other Tornadoes .
of a
Crane ImportsVolvo made the pt::>p. The full mirrored the feelings PLAY GYMS

MUSTANG back. Hjrter. hit the weak hide Bradford fans

606 E--University MG Austin Gainesville Healey of the BUS defense! again and ed a pass in his own endzane.: 1 \ Through Assist Phyiiol Fitn.sd
the ball lay half-a-yard from Tlllot son galloped 100 yards for \ Happy,
Phone Mobile Homes Inc.GalnenlJJe'
: 1 -ttealthful
,... the goal. Meeks took: It over In an apparent Lake City TD, but \ Play That Builds
a big pile-un, the! second TD Strong Bodies Xnd Alert
it was called back on a clipping
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: _: bIOTOISELECTRIC fninds..
and: a 14-3 Tiger!! lead coming \
Home Sales Lot. penalty at the Tiger 12-yard- rv-Mwu
with 9:20: left in the second per. line \ \ DELUXE 8 PLAY GYM
: ': NEW MOON CAPELLA iod. Drives H.,.'. fun and
As Low as $100 Down Bradford H..lth f.. "Ii.
t tMotor, \: Repair Co. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-U46 Tornadoes Game The 51-yard drive began with suer r / \ WhAle 0.g. IeuaoYASta $399S
0, '. Furniture Tops Windows. The Tornadoes fought back running back Gene Melvin get tro'H at |R. Uff.

: Of Gainesville, Inc Windows Awning gamely, mounting two drives ting nine hard yards over Sis ,ti;; Z : .retie. % 5 PLAY GYM
; RepairingRewinding 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191 before the half. right tackle Another Melvin )' SmaK.r' 4 ,L..
"' .
I New and Used The first which covered 44 try netted four: yards and a first r- b Atr'r.! k-1 .': S.M'. 'h' h GytntS.t
WMt" .
to the Lake City 24, was down. Belote then hit Ronnie t'nlw Safety
2810 N. W. 16th Ph 372-8318 SEWING MACHINES yards yN'I ceo '..'u...
I stopped when Adrain Brown Griggs for a 13. yard pass to
: GARDEN; SUI'iMJEn;;; caught pass hut inches short ofa the Lake City 36, then followed ,/y l) .,.Ire: a FeG '* PRECISION MADE ULTRA.DELUXE GYM

National Sewing first down. Fullback Willie with another to Adrain Brown :A.e& )..... Fmsar"r..,; 1bi wa' '1 No I 750 IB TEST CHAINS 21t.. .Inch. Tap oar andS
: Johnson & Faris, Inc. Cohens! fumbled on a fourth .for 12 yards to the Lake City 2 '....nSl.r Mttol lawn Swing? I row rut., BAKED ENAMEL FINISH Ow..n.. 10 P"13lmch.. $4995S

:: Complete Line of Machine Co., Inc. down try and the ball went to 24. 1 '... 7 FM| Slid. DURABLE and STURDY .l1..J

b I SFFTIB pf.JlVTQ Lake City on fourth dotn, although Faking a pasa. the BUS quarterback 2.1n. ALL.-rMI"I1IftA AMMSUD
Pet Supplies Pfaff New Home Nelco Cohens recovered."' / then toured; the Tiger S 2 day Old. Aida
Insecticides -
: Used and Repossessed Belote mixed his running and right end for 14 yards to the
FERTH-17ERS 1kGa.d1 / t t,; a aa'M
Sales Repairs All Makes for potent attack: 10 The attack was a : '
"We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"\ I passing: a Lake City .
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University when LakeCity' precision when
which ended only moving with : .
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quiivmrnt which Shaw generally

Game Predicted With I Park -h.ild;; be favors exceptions out: ;feels fr t sere the:

Rough Orange the ccnveru'nce state. of the people m

"It ,, defense that we do-It'll be the money. Tornaao conceded that the any defensive changes for theOrange Brokas will be trying his bestto senior a tough' aggressive
game The team that makes almost like playing ourselves," The Big Tornado, Coach Hurse, Tigers have an excellent ball Park game. But he said do: just that. His bombs will player and middleguard Greg
the fewest mistakes will prob- Hurse says-a pro-type offense Is somewhat low'' on his Tornadoes club but insisted that his Tor- junior Tom Marks will! play tight be going to Steve Boatwright, Braddock:: 170-pound Junior, Fuel or lube needs?
aoly\ win it," Coach David and a 5.4 defense. after their 27-3 loss to nadoes did play one of their end on offense! tills week in an l.'iO-pound: junior halfback and a classed as Orange Park's best I' I !I
Hurse says of tomorrow night's The three teams the Raiders Lake City. Bradford defensive worst games of the season. effort to bolster the Tornado[ good receiver, and split end defensive player. The Raiders
tut here with unpredictable Or- have beaten are Fernandina miscues and shoddy blocking "Our linebackers and: ends are blocking. Arnold Braden, 155-pound senior have five straight defensive
a. .:e Park. Beach, which they gave a 41-0 contributed, greatly to decisive killing us," the Tornado coach Hurse made It plain that if who has good hands! and players, more than anybody the
"They're a funny ball club shellacking last week, Daytona Lake City victory, the Tornado :says. Hurse also said the defensive his Tornado turn in a sloppy good speed. Tornadoes have met.
capable of beating anybody, Seabreeze, and St. Augustine coach says. secondary did not react .err:>I'and\; make obvious mistakes Garry Baxley, 155-pound Junior our
t t"sy! play," Hurse says of the Quarterback Brokas leads a Nurse named only three Tornadoes quickly enough on Lake City's tomorrow night! they may is a good: ball carrier and we can : : ; problems,
Raiders: who hrwe: posted a 3-4. team that uses a wide open middle guard Willie Co end runs, a factor which contributed easily wind up on the losing fullback Tommy Lane, another bElie: at :hcine than: they can
:2 record:S 10 date. brand of football an asset to hens, tackle Charles Smith, and to two pitchouts end and thus lose a chance fora l35:; -pound junior Is one of Orange in Waiiilngun.: "
Raider quarterback Mickey the passing attack. Brokas Is quarterback Billy Belote for around: the! end on which Tiger 7-3 season.: : Park's favorite running! Bcuse he: believes the bill
Brokas leads an excellent passing classed as comparable to the good performances. against speedster Billy Hale ran two The BHS coach feels that if backs. isso important: tj so: many people. What you need, we have.
attack and the Orange Park best quarterback the Tornadoes Lake City. touchdowns, "I thought we the Tornadoes! can beat Orange Orange Park usually uses a S..xwaid: : he v.:.11:1: seek Fuel for all your equipment
backfield has good speed, including will face this :year. He has a "Nobody was blocking" looked good Friday night, but Park they stand a good chanceof split! backfield with a split end permission:! to hold hearings! infuse A lubricant for every part
one back who does the terrific arm and threw one pass Nurse said emphatically, when we looked sorry in the films going on to beat Bishop and 1set man to the side of or six major cities In the STANDARD
100 in 10 flat, BHS coaches report 55-yards in the air against: FerTiandina. asked the reason why the Tornadoes when we broke the play down," Kenny next: Thursday: Nov. 28. the split. Stats.llj OILMAN
He likes to rifle the gained only 15 yards he said. '1 "But if we lose to Orange The Raider defense Is headedby would have to receive permission -
"They run the .same offense ball and U generally right on rushing against Lake City The The coach did not mention Park Frank Coleman. 190-pound f.cm: the Speaksr; of the IN STARKEK
House and the Hjuse AdmiiU-
-- .litratUn Committee because t'.v.: :> G DUNCAN
home for my children and;;! she and her h:''band: had been Overall Records new constitution re:;ull':, that: 964-5132
times be- SmC: Slmlt: : : I1t Lake City
atut six: Top
Sue Thomas show them I love them," she separated Braves all committee meatirjs b::! In
declared. cause he beat her, the first St AIIQJstne! at PnlJtklTram Won Lost Tied Tallahassee unless: special pr-: Standard 011 Company(Inc.In Rye)
about two weeks Live O.ll take; the clay off l'alntka 8 0 1
Just then there stir time being Tnts is .
was a nrls-ian is! granted.: a
She told before Jnetlull: Lake City Lake 7 1 0
marriage. City
around the door to the Jury after
'Not Guilty'Continued room "Oh, they're ready," of events leading up to the Fla. Star, Tbr.'<'ltvltJ! ( Day, Stnrke Live Oak 5 J 4 3 0 0
God." fatal struggle: +
she gasped. "Oh: my
went to Bobby's Belles 4 3 ::3'IFI
From Page Onel The conversation: ended but'it The Thomases of Waldo, : s'r\\mXGS: Or.lnile Park 3 4 2 11 ,

'his mother and fath r. Donnie Jury was just a wanted false alarm to ask The a with Hideaway another couple north and, while BHS 3rdThe CCllft'f1'lIl'C St. Augubtln3 3. 8 0 La EteqLmt"j; j
came to sea me in loll: several there, her husband: became angry ;- Lost Tied ,
question, and another hour of Tt'1I111 Wan
time I saw my daughter: fort and they argued, she testified
waiting:: remained befor.sUieverdict ( Palatkll .1 0 1 Shaw Named
e first time Joday: tut didn't was to com*. relating that tie had slapped Palatka Braves retained Lake City ,1 1 0 Simple lines cf pure elegance to make your
get to talk to her. It's been 8 her twice! pft.r setting; !nto their undefeated status, but had Stake 3 2 0 most delicious cake even more tempting. Put
mcr.th3 today since I last saw "Friends and relatives raised their car to return home. to come: up with! a last minute : 2 2 0 it on this footed cake plate of lustrous Milk
Stephanie. I saw her in the: fie fee fcr Sue! her lawyer After dropping): off the other! tOllchd:>w.1 over Live Oak to Live Oak 2 3 0 To Committees Glass with its rippled edge of handspun
Judge's office (through a glass commented, added it /was the couple Mrs. Thomas testified, gain their eighth win againstone OlngeP.lIk: 1 3 1 crystal and listen to the "oo/i and sass
d35r'. I smiled and mouthed: first time this had teen done they arrived home and her tie.Live St. AUIIJbtl:1: : 0 v 0 {Continued From Page One) Its huge 13" diameter for easy convenience -;- <
'J love you'." for one of his clients.Baby.lltera hvs and told her to: take the Oak played en even ap): r-i'jllity': Intend:! cf a fed in cutting makes a perfect center piece'1
"Wliy: didn't she leave her Testify babysitters home end that when terms for almost four qualifiers. i.al ivsp.:'slbility;\ We foal Ilk;> for table or buffet
husband in: the face of such conflict Opening: their prosecution she returned: he was "going: : to All fie: scoring was done --- .-.. .-.. .-.. w
at home?" this reporter Wednesday afternoon Assistant work you over good." in the: final period: of play.
wandered State Attorney Mack Patch and Thomas went I Into the! house With 30 seconds left on th! :? BRADFORD
"The children were torn between his! assistant Gene Whttworth. and entered a bedroom and clock and: the! scare cteatlUcked: t Futcy t tt
the two of us when called ten witnesses includingthe she went into the kitchen Mrs. at 7-7 Arthur! Annis hit Johnnie
we were separated (six times defendant's son DonnIe; Thomas said. "I took a BC powder : Bibens wit'i: a pass that covered "
during tlieir: 13 years of mar the deceased man's sister: DI- because mv head was hurting 65 yard and produced the winning PECANS t tt .
ringei, "Mrs. Tmas: replied. ane Thomas! and two babysitters and I got the pistol: l." she touchdown! t
"For the: chilarenU sake we who were eyewitnesses to testified adding: that she did Lamar Br: :son once again a>A 5iti
would try to compromKf-td the fatal shooting. not take the babyrltterj home was the key to the Bnve: ShelledAND any
work things out. And another Marsha Griffis. 17, the older because "I wanted someone offense. Brl'mn: picked up nine t 5
thing!: he'd always promise to of the two said that! Mrs. Thomas : with me." of the 12 first!: downs; recorded: t
never hit me again, and I took had ordered her husband out The defendant said she wentto by PaliUka In clutch n".i- ,isr"f I' ?vyt34r
in every word. I tried to 32- cf the house, under threat: that the bedroom: (*->or and told The victory leaves Palatkf ; UnshcllcdWHOLESALE
lieve him. But when: the newness fie: would kill him. her hu-bard to: get cat: of tae: with only St. Augu.tine: btW3en, t 0 0I
wore olf. it'd be back to TakIng the stand as the first house because she wasn't going them and an undefeated s a'on RETAIL
the same old thing. in a procession of 13 defense ty take anvm-T) bentiigi. and the Florida Star Championship r <
"The thing 1 want most if witnesses: Mrs. Thomas said After few minutes. M-s Thomas -. "I
t tt
I'm acquitted: is to make a that in: 13 years of marriage said she backed Into the Lake City tightened! ( it's hold. t PECANS CRACKED
--------- living!: room and on into the en: second: place with a 27.3 defeat
fining room: as her husband of Staike. The: Tigers did
Let Us Bake Your .' advanced: toward her carrying; mc-t of it's damage by virtueof 5C LB. I --.I
their! daughter in: his arms. lie two: big pass plays and two
in the old
Handmade mannerBULLINGTON'S
put the child down and "grabb lung runs by Billie 1I.lb. age
PUMPKIN PIE GTrr ed my arm" Mrs. Thomas said. Orange Park had! it's off anas;: NOW TILL NEW YEAR'S
r In the enulng struggle the clicking! better Ian: any: Urn? t I
r- r gun went off a number of times, this! season as they cored in I
she testified. every quarter to rtut! out Fern- Starke State Farmers Mkt. Photography
FORPLACE Other witnesses said that andina Beach 400. Holies wa .
wife led by Andy :Moore: to a 2fl-0 I
Thomas had cha"1 his ,
ar-:and a car with! a tire win over Bishop Kenny :Moore CAMERAS -
Iron; : pushed her out of a scared' : two t:>lIchd:>w's: .... --- ....... .-.. -
car when ?*"> was e"ht.months! St. Augi! 'nine! was defeated for
piejnant) wits Dsnnie, had': their I: eighth: loss I: In nine game-.
thrown her on the floor and Dnland used a (.i-yard;: pa-- play
I kicked her. and ued a strangle and a 30-yard field goal to') O' P y r' ,
hold t to: pull hr: out of a tavern shutout the Yellow Jack -is !9) 0.N BIG ALL

when he became angry after ...v. 22 Schedule
YOUR losing a game of pool. A G
beautician testified! that on one OI'uauO: : p.uk at Stark! THE
occasion she saw a large bare Bjlles: at Duker County
ORDER NOWKentycku spot: on Mrs. Thomas' scalp! RSACOOIIRL LATEST
where tie defendant said herhusbord
'ad pulled cut a Bishop Kenny HITS !
harmful; of hair. SwitchedTo
fried flhlckw On rebuttal two State witnesses Game
testified' to ml'copduct Thursday
on the part of Mrs. Thomas,
1601 N. Temple Phone 961-5126 both Inctdsnta supposed to have The' Starke Bl!=hop Kenny.
takr.n: place during a separation football: game ois"ially.che:: :
from r"M- husband. One witness duled far: Friday. Nov. 2!J. :m
We will be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23,
said M:!. Thomas bad a'ked Jack-cnville: has been switched
21 in observance of Thanksgiving.
him to pick tier up at a to Thanksgiving Day. Thursday
motel after she had been thereGoing Nov 28, at 8 p, m.. according: to

Coach tv Present game David at plans the Hurse.Bolles are Academy to play I 155 WEST CALL STREETSTARKE I.

stadium.The game was switched to
Out Thursday to avoid a c "..the''
with the t Houston-Florida\ : < State
college: game set In the Gat: i

Bowl with Friday a man night.Another tr! 'title

that Mr- Thomas: told<1 her las 1 [20%
Of wit'i January another that man she and was waso in lovi- 0

l'ig to marry him, but tha
jhe wouldn't divorce; C. W yet
because the children: were 1'10<
young. ./
Taking the stand again. the<
PIXIE SHOP defendant denied! both charges\ ,
Mrs. Thomas and 'heri tpr,
in-law. Diane both testifiet: ON ALL RECOR

OF STARKE that on New Year's Day they
attempted to sign'\ a wairanl
agalrst C. W. Although thev disagreed '

appr>ached as ,to they whom both: thev t-st.f.ed:fl--.t Day In Day Out We Bring You

that they dhcuussed the matter

Merchandise Marked Down Below Cost! Every- with Lawtey should Mayor forget:and Charles he it told for them Shufird the: goodof they! of The Lowest Prices On Record ((5))

thing Must[ Go Now -- We're Closing Our Doors- Sheaf also the drove P.family.D Sue. R to Diana ddl!:th!.h.!? said rr but>me did

Selling Out To The Bare Walls! not testified go her!in: with to that:go her.the to Mr-Mayor Sheriff; Thomas Shu.:advised AN ADDITIONAL 20% HURRY IN !

ford Defense witnesses Included Sale Ends Saturday November 30

Lawtey Marshal M, M Jordan: ,

YOUR CHANCE TO DO YOUR Bradford Reddish William! ,and County Betty Glen deputies Higglnfc-.tham: Moore:: :! Dolph Lou, LOOK AT THESE DISCOUNT PRICES !

Rose Koby. Dcnald Bennett.
Johnny Grlffls, Carol Sue Dlxcn. -
substance, they all testified that
DISCOUNTS they: had seen C. W. strike or - -.87.---- - .'10
FABULUOS assault the: :defendant, or had $1.89.1 1.37 - .jl.10
een. t.-uises that allegedly 1.98. ---1.47- 1J7
were the result of blows. 3.79 - 2.77 2.22
In reply to Scruggs' plea of 4.79- 3.47 2.78
self defense the prosecution: ar- 5.79 4.37 - 3.49
Sale Starts Fri. Nov. 22 Mrs'Rued. that Thomas in the had fatal been struggle.the 6.79 _ 5.27 - 4.22

; aggressor and that her husband
Hkewlis had the right

9:00 A.M. to Presiding defend: himself.at the trial was SHOP EARLY ALL THE LATEST HITS IN :STOCKTWRSDAY

Circuit! Judge James C. Adkins
of Gainesville.


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ADD MACHINE ROLLS, I iKlnal I in the nrflte .if the Cleric
>OTICK OK IULt: .uf 'tin- (ciuiili, Court on or be-
File Folders! complete line Five New Teachers IMPORTANT NOTICETo that
:Notice- III Hereby given' fi.nIh", 4 :'til' day of December,
Vice supplfes.Tbe Telegraph pursuant to a .Finn I Jlldlflllunt' 1'itK:' ; "I IIr'IH"l tinallrKatlonn I ,
Foreclosure entend. li i CIIUNO mild "oinplaint,, will be laUtnUK
of ; "f i
PU .
961-6303.( Correspondents AdvetisersDue numbered ii u I. In the <-lreult ....,,f.ssqi l hy )'''\1.
Court uf Hrndford County,, I.'lor'leJ Thin riot" kit shill I I h,' |I'll. till hej
,. r'- -,- Hired Board will oell the propertY.Hit- oil,'," I'lii'h weelc fur four, iMnmecutlvp -
By : .1"iorida. -
In Bradford Count) I WfeKM I In thp llraiirora
to the Thanksgiving possible, and not later than tlemrlbcd an: 1',11111\' Ti-Ieirnipl", .
holiday next week The Tele- :Monday meriting at the latest. Tract 6U according to Mop or liMti-d. ; thin 7th day uf N.\.m.,
From Page Onel be Wed Advertising copy -both display Flat of ;Mt. rivnmint oSu'"I1\'IHlon' 2.I'll&o I...,.. ri!"II FLORIDA ContinUed die School. graph will printed on .-.-. on Silver: 1.I Noted that about 61 per cent' nesday Instead of Thursday. and classified, and legal 45. of the Public.. Ilicords; A" Pariiy,.

'it leaves a lot of things hang of the $150.000 budgeted for All news correspondents columnists must also be In our "Wait 'til my analyst hears of at JUrudford public .Count'alo, to)', the! .ll".lVni-I'lK",8"' (I'lfik. 'Di-ulnh. of tin-':>f.flrfiili Mondv.( I ointHy ,

Ing. supplies and equipment has club reporter, and hands by Monday about this!" and 1"8t bidder for ciwli, lit l n"I"I| Clerk.
THEATRE "I'm losing a tremendou!J been spent.Authorized. ether contrlbuters are asked Copy received later than South Door Courthoimo of the In Stnrm" >, 11/J4 4t 12 ;3In ;

amount of time. I think the general '. Casey and his! staff to have copy Into our office Monday will be held until the In The Circuit Court OC '..". Florida. 'between tOO: n. 111. IInd!!
public is losing too. Some, 11 following week. Kltchtti JuilU-lul, Circuit; OCPlorliln 2:00: p.m.. on Xmi'mbor; 22ao1
to tabulate bids for food and by Friday or Saturday, llrniHordfwuntf.
In Anil For 1968.
times!! people have to call threeor i machines and award CIIM .% ,. (SEAL;: ) 1'1..' CI.lIIIl> JiulKH'i.. Cuurt Ot
SIIQWTIME duplicating i ,... frl I....'i..I, I'Mitrliln
four times Cliurlen. .\. Uarby.'
before they can L MOSLEY INQUESTSET /Sandra1.: KupeisavuBO.
7 I* M. the bids to ths best and lowest. dork Of The. Circuit Court :No. 1-1192
11. JCuper-
Weekdays reach Truck vs 1'hlllp llHtat1: of .\rt Ii tii'n Tiin
me, the Superintendent; Flips FOR FRIDAY i Virginia F. riarly.Deputy In "ivt: :
bidder. ; savage, >ffeiidunt.JsOTICK Hy .
Sunday 3 P. M. said. ; OF SUIT: CI rkn..II'.H.
Saturday 1 P. M. The Board discussed the t, An inquest Int:> the death of Tn: riillip 11. KupurgiixagoI'J'J Towers, UIIII.,)'. .TuneS =" All IvrminH tK) IMIOn.VTKTo I Intcrented In

problem and agreed Chat: something Two TreatedA Charles! Mcsley 36, son of Henry Kfurny Wlndo01'I1I'uet, New; /:JerseyYou f'30c.ar'Jo"hlU.;( Title BulMinJaikwnn Tho llHtate: Of "Paid' Dei'i-denl,t :
Ivliilsy of Clay Hill will that \lllf Florida, ''1h2: "2It' You arc lu-rehy notlflt'il Ihnta
CrowdAt be notified
Sat. Sun. :Mon. Tues : urn hereby .
Fri.. ; must done. They Big linn been n/joriti written I I Inftruinont i urporllnirto I
for divorce
63 two-ton Chevrolet feed held Friday: befoie a Justice of un iiultuii I 1"' the laM will and tpsl.i.
Nov. 22 23 24 23 26
agreed to give It "serious!! filed uifiiliiHt. yuu and you are nald .ilei-vilPnt him l.oon
thought" before the'next board truck, worth $6,000, was destroyed the Peace in Green: Cove; required to serve a copy of your admlttoil mont .r t,, prwhntiIn this,
Eve. Shows at 7 and 9:15 at 5:30 Mcsby Xohnd! written causes, If uny, to It on ,
meeting at 10 ScrambleContinued : p m. Friday Springs. was : deadat ,, for (I..utirt You an lioreliy commnniliil -
Dec. 3.
a.m. ::>IiI
Kum-ne: /: ) \ ': 10 1)I..t .
when It left S.235 and the hems of his brother-in- 144 I within iiioittliifrito
In other action overturned I'ulnliff. uhusu address IH ii Clrvult liiurt, llrmlfordCuuut
.the Board
ADULTS ONLY : I HIP. date of tho firot |mb-
\\val Cull stieet, hturke.. Fiorida ', riurlilili' In t'liniiwrr.Cllliv .
several law Farley Austin at I
times. : Clay Hill > notic'o I I ID
Decided I lent Inn of "1"1'|
to ahead with
an ,
IS'o Children Please go pay and filu the original NIK 417 I
( Trie31 Construction Company ( from Page One) The driver and:! a passenger Tuesday\ Nov.: 12, as a result the Clerk of tile nbovu styled Alice I Juno 1'..iuell. I'lnlntlffVlllliim I I In tilts. i oiirt. and pltow "''lIIoe. If

$1,000 which it has owed for were treated and relsased. ')r a .22 rifle ballet in :his. Court IIIOS on othvru or before lxe a Uecvmljer judgment 2, \ I I I, I'enn Powell. Jr, D(.. thin tiny. court you", cnn In,ndmlttlnir tthv the! action...1.1. will of
'vice-president of the chamber Joe M. 23 driving tempi The autopsy In- ; fendant t Hhoulil nol Pt a nil un-
more than a year. Payment has Mendez was report lucy Lie enteietl iiKainiu you for JCOTlCi': TO Al'l'UAR to lrflti" "
been served as master of ceremonies. the truck south of S-235, dicatsd "accidental death from (he relief demanded III thu Complaint To'. : William 1't.nn 1'0,,'ull, Jr. rpvnlcoilTliPI .\ VawiiCounty
held because Architect "t.on
up 1'etltlon. notified that
Don Morgan had 'not given final Chamber President:! Wayne Whlf- which is under construction, gunshot! wJun:!." \\'II ness or my liimd niul lll" Heal a suit You fur ure Dilutee hereby huts be.'n filed I JtnlirpFlrnt ,
fen also spoke trlsfly. when the truck veered off the of said Court on the :.11 day ofjcloorr. ii gui Inst you I III tlu. nhuwe) tiattitodCourt ''''iII lent II"t>II11..1' -
approval. said the archi- -- Ill"
Casey l 1 II.
( I''US.Clllirlea' and "mil He and you aro
tect and the construction: company The preliminaries: Include a limerack! base hit the dirt CLASP ENVELOPES all .\. UIII''')' required to HI i'M-II ""pv -.r< > ouranne. Thom.iA" rli'iciiit''o" -
Hnkl OmitKli'Ht ., : :!" :Xoith 'I'lMiiplienuo
sh-ulder and turned \ Oli-ik uf t'' i-jin-
scramble ovei iev- I'i .ir ple.nliiiK :t"
,had reached tn "impasse" parade of the! 1967 'sizes.- Bradford County Tele- t I'ul 1.1 Hi-utloii Octi-l..1, 10, plaint ''in Illi, I'l.ilnlilfM'.r. 5i t \1 1 k. Fli'ililitf
; and that he had examinedthe winners and their vsarltngi.Judaes eral times losing a f ft '::1! null graph. 1"111!$! nr)' lion.[i .,iiilil" 0. "''ug: II l'i" ":, \ ,rn."\ f''"i Tf.'tltonor! '
work and "seen no glaring for the scramble were which was attached t.> Uw; 10.11. It 11 21 StarU, ( Flurldii. iml flli. ill. ,.n-i 11 14It 12115

errors." At Its last meeting the Art. W. Schulz Ervin Andrews truck. .Lm -

board agreed that the architect Foster Shi Smith. Vernle Thorn-

should! give approval or show ton. and J. F. Tomlinson.

cause why Trlest should not be Schulz president:! of the! Brad

paid. ford Catt1 man's Association
Changed at the request of
presented a plaque to Mrs. Loy-
BHS Principal Ralph: Diggs. the of
LaNier president-elect
dates of
baccalaureate and commencement
the Chamber, in recognition of
at Bradford High i
School her efforts to Improve: the cattle
to June 8 and June 13, I
1'e'pecUvely. Industry In the county. Mrs. La- USED VACUUM cleane.a. reconditioned E. LaRue
Kiev was finance chairman of I $15 up. 10 different
Paid the! balance, $1,431, due which name brands to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto t
the Chamber committee If you find your name among the Classified Ads,
for remodeling! !\ kitchen at the Parta i excellent repairs all 1
raised funds to put on lire Homeowners
Hampton Elementary, $325 to scramble. come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO makes. KIR37 SALE3 &
Morgan for his work on that SKRVICE 712 N Main. Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT i

project and $3,801 to Ryals Organizations which cooper- FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive 376-7110. tfchg Keystone Heights 473-4692
ated with the! C-of-C in sporsor-

Plumbing for work at the Mid- ing the event included the Brad- Theatre Passes In. DID YOU KNOW it's easy to I
ford-Union Cattleman's Association I own a Longchamp Home? WANTED USED gas cook

Bradford County Farm -- -------- INSURANCEAT I Better built for F> >rda!: liv- stove or electric refrigerators: ,
ELECTR.'C BLANKET : New Innersprings beds dinette sets, bedroomsets
Bureau, Bradford Fair Association REDUCED RAT !oI ing. Your plan or
BLAMED FOR FIREA CLASSIFIED AD KATES and Box Springs sofas and chairs. Phone
and the Bradford Roping I AUTO, FIRE, BOAT Your lot or ours. Contact BU-I t'

short in electric blanket Club.A ,I DOYLE E. CONNERfNSURA'tor. ford Mitchell, phone 964-7923. Dahmers. tfchg
an Up to 15 word ____ 1.25 Drop ITa A Carrd or Call
13 believed to have caused afire large number of) business Minimum( charge) PALATKA EA 5-9186 AGENCY: ((1853. P. O. Box 238, Starke MEN WANTED Men cottage

PSW'flflPChfleWl. ,. ,. blaze that took: the Stai'ke firms and individuals contributed inns. PEGGY SHAULER I tfchj: tJ'1a parents age over 21. Startingpay

MIaParrOW Fire Department to the home of time and funds. One firm, Kneh word over 15 __ .07 209 E. Adklns St. .-, $293 month promotion op-

In.WIMOTI CMttt Production Mr and Mrs. Bob Burns In Starling's Farm Supply has Extra charge If not I Furniture Repaired PUMPSNEW pot tunities and regular increases -

Rosemary'sBaby Saratoga Heights about 4 p. m. donated a bag of feed to each paid In advance ____ .33 Upholstered & Refinished AND usinSALESl'ARTSSEKVICE: JIMMY MOORE'S In pay 8 hour day, 5

Wednesday. winner to start their calves on. MATTRESSES REBUILT i SUN SPORTSMOORE day week, sick leave vacations, i
: Fire Chief! R. C. Buford said started Sterkn ACfMI&I state retirement. If Interested,
John l Cassavetes The scramble was Memorial, Revolutions
Ruth Gordon Sidney' Blackmer no one was at home at the time here last year in an effort to I Deep & Shallow Wells : BOAT rOE please apply In person Personnel

Maurice Evans and Ralph BellamyP and fie call was made by neighbors upgrade the cattle Industry in 7 cents per word HASTINGS MATTRESS Water Softeners: & Filter I YOURIOSEY: Manager Sunland Training Cen-

*uCO WflhIe.'IOl mi Sc''"" ana 0.,0, 1 by RunaoPo4.nkIFIonIflefloebyUaLvt. the ccunty. One of the calves 1&10 Lemon St. Palatka I
'. _.....kaws'ynuJs ...,..._ from the Burris home. He said in the first scram CARDS OF T11ANKS All Makes -
Pss.s I"McI,,._.'....$.... ........." damage was confined to one won last year SPECIALSki : El WAINWHIGIIT
.... bedroom, where a foam rubber ble was grand champion at the SO words or less 8.00 I Phone 9647061EIURRANCE I
h : PUMP Rig ____ $395.00 AGENCYFor
., Thui Fri. mattress was blazing and thare Bradford County Fair this past mm
? Sat. New Model Engines arriving All Your
Each word over 50 __ .01 AND SUPPLY CO.
.Nov. was some smoke damage. The sprlni.Mayor's. i
27, 28, 29, 30 every day. Insurance NeedsSpecializing
beCroom; door was closed so

smoke did not enter the rest CONCRETE BLOCK w'brick ve, mil I FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE"''I ) in

The Returnof of the house, Buford: said.SERVICES CourtTen ner home. 3-bedrooim, 2 batlu! I ready for occupancy .1 bed- FOR RENT TV sets baby :Mobile Home Insurance

Large family! room separate room I''i v bath. I. an.d Just beds electric guitars and am- I'h. Starke 61-6818

the cases were disposed of dining room and den. In excel, iiBiili outside ;>f :city: limits inPlnobtccie. plifiers refrigerators by day,

TUESDAY by Mayor: Carl Hurst in 'Meycr'sCcui't lent residential! neighborhoodCall Eajy motiul..y week or month. Phone 964- '
964-5641 after 5:30: p. m terms. Longchamp Co.ist Co.
7923 Dahmers. tfchg ,
Happy Ending FOR VOLLIC :MOSLEY Tuesday even.rg. tfchaTIlE Contact BL fOld MltcJocll: / Now OpenFor

Services for Vsllle; Mcsley 71, Delmer Rae Wllkeracn. failureto pone 964-6853 P O. Box CZERASE TYPEWRITE.

cf Max villa! were :tield at 2 p.m. yield right-of-way aid caus- 338 Starke tfrb" PAPER. Mlmeo Paper Bond Business
Tuesday in tha: LongBranch: ing an accident, fc.-feted $37.50 I>pcr. Notebook Fillers. -

Baptist Church with Rev. James! band.:: Gracious Living; NEW FOR SALE-2 bedroom house, kradfor1! County Telegrapb.

Saunders :rrIclatln)'. Irterment Benjamin Roesnberg, charged Town House nice neighborhood! Elec. Range The/ Turntable

was in ths: : church: cemetery. with: failure! ta: obey hand nnd Gas Heater. Phone 9645801.tf SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned I''

Surviving are ftvs", daughters: signal fined $6.50 curt costs. AP ARTIENTSII : oiled and adjusted In YOUI'll I Record

Mrs. Amy Manning, Mrs. Jua- Bobby:: Lee Cohens, charged Sell or RentFurnished DoItYourselfSEAMLESS I home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs Shop

nita Frlsbee: bod; of Middle-:! with! aasualt and battery, case FOR RENT Furnished apartment also. All work guaranteed. I ,

burg: Mrs. Kathleen Padjatt:! dismissed. \ Untarnished 4 rooms and bath. Utilities Dennis E. Coggins Phone 431-

Jackscnville, anl: Mrs. Easter Tommy Emery Blackshear] II or furnished. Phone 964-6852. 1428. tfchu 167 W. CALL ST.

Mann Maxville; end o slater, charged with wilful! and wanton liuford Mitchell tf I' STARKE, FLA.

:Mrs. Lula Carter MaxviU lecklass:: driving and driving Phones SEVERAL, GOOD USED Add PHONE 9615117FOR
FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 1 bath, Ing Machines for sale elec
without license 90 days probation : -
964-6853! 961-6760( FLOORING
JliiJ1J. concrete block house. Large corner -: tries; subtraction credit bal.

lot. Located 1027 Butler Rd. ance. Bradford Tele-i
Jo'/m: : R. Adkins, charged \\'1th ''I I :
N(). 686 Just 1.500. Ph. 9645887. 8t-12-12 RENT-3 bedroom home.
3-4 mile! out of I' graph. tf ,
Doris and SI.DOI' ) liON!) EACH I'NDEP driving without start a forfeited license bondof and Starke. One acre lot 4 room and : \WE ;MAKE Will be vacant Nov. 15. Call

Day three suspects Bruce imprcpsr$55. bath 900. b1U1.galow'-YC61 I Only $2.- ;,. .-. \. J$. r FOR room RENT-Partly apnitment. 2 bedroom furnished and 4 Palmer Williams i i iI'9'Ji-5413.'; tfchg I

Brian Keith Gibbs. T.iamas: McDjusald end Charles Jamas Schaafer. : KEMMEN large hall. Phone 964-6937. WANTED USED WRINGER FOR RENT-Furnished efficiency -

Marion Ur ry, all =f Jackssn-! : charged with failure! to yield: beautiful No. 559NO, BUILDINGS! '2 ( : i tfchg washer: Will pay cash or take I apartment $30 month.

villa hove beea relaoseU Under xight-of-way causing an accident bldg. sites though) 169 in trade on anything! Dalimers: Ranrer Apt., 633 McMahon. Ph. '

$4.000 band each: : ana:! bund fined ..6.50 court costs. fertile acres: 70 under plow. .. .' I II PLUMBIXG REPAIRS Call Dlcount House. tchg! | 9B4-6379 tfchg.

"With SixYou over fcr trial in Circuit Court Victor Sterling Lamb, clung-: 65-70 improved pasture. Kst I WANTED -- Laundry I Rcss Thomas 407 Center St.,

on charges: !! of bieaklng: and:! en. ed with lailure to yield right- Stock Cap: 100 head. 3 water I workers. Kitchen aids, laborers Starke Phone 964-7667, If no DRESSMAKING Alterations FOR SALE OR FOR RENTOn -

terin? ard grand larcjny. They cf-way causing an accclent, holes. Beauty buy for beef. $37- I cottage parents, watchman nnsstcr 9645637. Stchg-11-28 i I and all types sewing in my i I easy terms. 2 and 3 bed-
GetEggroll" 500. 1-3 dii.STROUT home. 2 miles '
were arrested in lOystane thirty days probation. cooks and clerks, ground- South on Hwy. j I room houses. Road 100 East. W.
REALTY 2117 N. FOR SALE-1963 Honda S-93.: 100. Phone 9645348. Archie and 11-14!
I Starke ttpd.
Heights last month cnd charged Gary L. Watson, charged with keeper truck driver. Five Nollman.
< ulur t to>'[Deliaxt Filmed, !in Fanavulon, Temple Ave., Starke Fla. Low mileage mechanically pertect. Mildred Hollingsworth.
Released I hj Sutionul General Pictures. with looting several :hames on unlawful speed in school:: zone, 964-6600 I day week, eight hour day. Sacrifice at $150 cash. Ph. 'I Stchg 11-28 NEW 7 Room brick home for
A(',nomo r:enter t ilm> Pi entiitiun, Hutchinsan Lake. forfeited bond:! of $27.50 State retirement, vacations 964-5087. 41-11-21 sale Central heat. Across

Earl McCoy charged with TRAILER LOTS I sick leave. If interested, please I BABY SITTING done in my street from Southslde Elementary -

driving while! under tim: influ- LAKE apply in person Personnel OUT OF TOWN home Monday thru Friday. An. 1019 Eastwood Drive. Ph.

enc of alrhol and:! driving with ACCESS I Manager. Sunland TrainIng -: LOTS suitable for house trail ne Goodge, 504 N. St. Clair. 964; 5770. 2tp 11-21

out a' llsanse!:: probatian for 10) $15 Down $15 Month i Center Gainesville Fla. ers or moder.i homes priced at Itchg "'

days to run on weekends. Lake Lots $2300 tfchg $850.00 each. CALL US FOR YOUR BOOK-

301 DriveInSIiow William Carson! Spruill charsr- Up Three bed room frame modern FOR RENT-3 bedroom 2 bath KEEPING. SECRETARIAL

ed with unlawful speed, foifitd -Investment Properties( I RENTALS NEEDED Furnished home with large lot facing, U. carport:: and utility room. Call TYPING PAYROLL, AND INCOME -
bond of $37.50. or unfurnished. Strout S. 301. suitable for business If H64-6357 or 964-7649 after 5 p.m : TAX WORK 964-5758.

S. E. McKAY : Realty. 2117 N. Temple Ave., desired! Price $0,000. Itchg
!'\ Fla .iN)4l11IANIC ) ) !964-6609.! I Itarke.
BEGINS AT SUNDOWN la Tho County JuilK'. Court; OC Realtor-Appraiser! A. J. ThOMAS: Realtor FOR MATERIAL, ply
liradforil Cuuiitr, Florida YOU :NOTKPBoau:" Tel. 9 oI.5.01 I SALE-Good. used Kreskyheater wood, nails! paint, doors locks
Keystone -
Hta. II i
ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60c No. 1-1582 173-4816 70.000 BTU. Thermostatic roofing
In re: Katato Arthmon Ty- I tlf ully engraved ia gold or ,I' electric supplies, plum-
Children Under 12 FreeJ'l'i. Mon, Duconscd.NOTICK BUY SELL TRADE silver. $1.25 for box: of 25, In-1 i POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Control. Call 782-3623. bing, We will save you money

All : TO CRI3DITOI13 Bill Powell Bradford withstand weather20c each Itchg it Grlffis Trading Poet 2 1-2
creditors o( the estate of I hiding envelopes. II
i., Sat., Sun. November 22 23 21 Arthmon Tyson. tlocoaieU. are Real Estate County Telegraph trI $2.25 doz. Special price on larger FOR SALE-2 year old Appalooaa miles North of Starke on 301.
hereby notified and ro I quantities. Bradford County Phone
Double Feature I'rogram'BANDOLERO' file any claims or demands Call 9616164! stud horse. Call 782-334'). 964-7289 tfchg
which I ROOM: RENT frefor light Telegraph. tf
they may havo iiKnlnno In the Starke Plaza Itcig:
Bald ematu In tho office of tho maintenance woik. Underwood FOR RENT- 3 bedroom un-

County Judge of Bradford Coun. JIL'IY1001tE'S: : Motel! 9G4 I FOR SALE-3 bedroom frame I WILL Curn shed hou e in City Limits.
ty, Florida, In the cuurthuuao GULF Ph. '6985 tfhg TRADE fancy hand gun
Dean :Martin, James Stewart, Itoquel Welch at .Sturko, Florida. within six "SPECIAL" house( fully furnished. Located I. ((25 cal.) for t;en-age horse I.I I.i i.saddls. i.Call BB4-5801. tfchg
calendar inonthH from the date on 301 N. 5 miles! from Starke. '
Light ANTIQUES Used furniture, .
Adjustment only for i 964-5730.
of the first publication of this $3.23 I ltchg FOR RENT- furnished -
PLUS notice Ilach claim I or demand doubles and $2.23 for singles toys bicycle and parts. We $4,500. Contact M. Hingson j! Attractively
must !he III writing and must plus double Green buy, sell and trade. Grill! I,General Delivery, Lawtey.\ Itp HAY For sale. 73c bale. Phone 2 bedroom apartment on
'The state the placa o-f residence and Stamps.We N. Wai W.
Fearless 064-5130 mt St. Call Mrs. J.
Vampire Ki1Iei'Sharon Post 2 1-2 North ltchg
office Trading
post address
of the claimant use the same equipment HELP WANTED SALESIEl$17.00a : :
K'.ncald !l tfchg
and must bo to by
sworn ._
'fate, Jack MaC<;owan the claimant. hla acront. or his that Is used at the Inspection on 301. tfchg I PLUS REGULAR CASH WANTED Secretary-Choir DIrector :
attorney. or It will hppoma wild. Station. 2tchg 11-28 BARGAIN HOUSES-3 bedroom
: uccordlni to law. FOR SALE-2 bedroom house BONUS for man over 40 in for chaplain's! office. !

Wet! Thurs. November ?1,28.I November 0, 1969.1 HORSE: FOR SALE-Mare $175. large lot on paved st. in Starke. I Starke area. Take short tripsto Qualifications: Play piano and house in Thsressa Community
/"|1'elma OralltVFLIA
UKANT: Phone 964-5144. Elwood Padgett. Small down piyment balance I contact customers. Air mail: organ; typ-j efficiently. Pliase $73 down. owner will finance.

piATo..AL GCNCRAl% EBS'IERrtNOlDS Executrix of tho Kgtate of Arth like rent. J. :M Edwards 964- I| R. A. Dickerson, President contact Rev. Samuel S. Cuth- | Take Hwy 100 east from Starke
( 2tp 11 2H
/ JAMES GARNER Flrnt mon Tyson publication, Iu.\oell. 54D3 tfchg I Sauthwe3t-rn Petroleum Cor. bert. chaplain, Sunland: TrainIng alout' 7 miles to Bi'irison'S5Lo'e
on Nov 14,
n 8.Thonmn. C. C. Crosby poration, Fort Worth, Texas, Center Gainesville.: Call '( turn right house on left
( .I) MAURICE RONET & Pierre FOR SALE-OIl heater in good 76101. Itchg 376-5381, Ext. 424. Tuesday I at end of road. Also have housein
203-2(13( :North Tuinpte Avenua
I', Storks Florida. JIMMY MOOKE'S GULF: condition.: Used two years with through Friday. Ztehg U-2 I Mddleburg.: Go one block
.,.. Attorney for Petitioner Attendant wanted Starting SMALL Furnished home (corner !
..., stand and drum. Call 964-6068. past!! Post Office turn left on
..... < 11/14 4t 1215 salary dependent acre) 2 mile off US 301 18 ONE BEDROOM: furnished dirt
upon exper- Up I I Rd. Go to next dirt rd. turn
_ _ II
., V.; ience. Must apply in person. I miles from Gainesville. Sacri- houjfi fo-ent. 308 South Water. right house at end of road. This

: 2tchg 11-211/ Herbert Thomas i,(fice. Ph. 468-1425. Itp Itchg house has been vandalized. Will
NO TICKecpH. ;
'-" ,.,... Ttehncolor" I be sold cheap. Call collect for
lRRtlQM!! neii.ii.,1, P.naeoI, .. < IIalunccn F'nr11 l-xppndltuic.: Fund Of Anil The ABC MOBILE HOMES of Jacksonville and FOR SALE-Jeep Station Wag FOR SALE-20 acre farm with I Mr. Grant 524-0644. Housing

Hoard Of County Commissioner Valiant Mobile Homes Mfg. of Elkhart, Sponsor on. good mechanical condition. six room house, barn. 11 head Services Box 1244.Atlata. .
Corp. P.
Ilradfurd County Florida: C. H. Burnett RFD 1 Box 91, cattle, 3 horses, 11 ducks, 60 O.
PLUS. For The
Klwal Y">ar Hndln Ga. 3tp 12-12
Septemlier :30. 1988 ANNUAL VALIANT CLEARANCE SALE Raltord Phone 4311266. tip chickens 4 hogs. 5 miles west
N .11'1" on SR 16 near Hellbronn I JIMMY MOORE'S SUN SPORTSLike
Springs. and
11.003,02934 Serial' No. 4i40 45"2'' 20q 2 Bsth. E! A. Decor 2.'RO 9646433.2tp new Boston Whaler
HECI-JHTM KliOM, Af.L Serial No. 4441 5J"2'' 2Bq FK, Modern Decor $5998 4O.a writer with carrying case. Sameas 11-28 40 HP Evlnrude start. only
lOl'RI'F.o! "52.SI80Jl,9Blt.475.3T Serial No. 4419 60"2'' 2Aq CK, CvntMl' Air< Spantih' DKorFK 1195$ $631 elec.
TOTAfAVAI8.ADLI. Serial No. 4551? 60'.12' iI3 Custom' O.''UM. Furn j*..3FK 8S36 new Vt price. Phone 9645743. $895.00.
Mrs. Brown / No.rlal un 40,12', Modern C.co SA49 SZ2'' Up FOR SALE Model railroad ,
: $ > No. 1133 SislI' Front Dining' Rm Custom Deslgrt $4195 $4717 See the NEW 1969 Mercury 800
you've got a lovely'daughter? t.prn.lllun"NXPF.SOITJrU: '4 FOR .\1.1. larlal' No. 4662 40512', 11% CK, Cause Window, SJ99S $1199 equipment HO guage. 9 en- : j 80 HP.

rirnposna 1012,01179 Low Down Payment' and, NEW :nn'i' iIW.lf, ?M FINANCINO DESPERATE fines: 55 cars tracks
CASH nAlA.VfR. SnPTKMBBIt: Meani Monthly : RENTIABC Need of I' wide Mobil. Horn*-will sWltcheS'j I
.PAN AVISION* give fop dollar In ridS on tiaW power pack, building : HOUSEWIFE
.nd METROCOLOR. 90 19IM 1.Ml.791.53TOTAL .
Mobile I Horn* ABC M0SILEHOMES. All part. .TlrOl! 01, tt. 0'' furniture Sr.
gadets. or 473- YOU
",.950.475.37It U4i Normandv at Lan B C3 r0' 11.lit on vise MQ.t
11/14 3041. itpl I HoA ASC MOSILC
H4i NORMANDY BLVD. AT LANE! AVE! "'Q'-\ES .S45 Nom.nd" at LasS.

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editorial .: ", .. ";,,. "" ," I

; ".d" t;\ Remember. IDr I

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.... .... Alice McGarvey 25 Years

The large number of young Agocommittees
nr dln soldiers stationed at Camp
for an Open House
D Blanding 25 years ago was a and
Mrs. John Heal y was
blessing to Starke and the coun- !
and co-chairman: was
ty but is also brought: same Mrs. Frank Wilson

House Finds Easy Way To Increase Its PayWhat problems The merchants, naturally.saw the sol- Mrs.New Paul members J. Carter welcomed and were Mrs

diers as a source of revenue as L.
Reltz. A start was also madeon
Indeed they were. But the camp plans for
Christmas enter.
many thought would prove While had regulations: that had to be
the House was upping its expense tainment of the sv c'men and
to t c r a touchy Issue was resolved allowance from $300 to $600 obeyed, among them was a rule their families who might visitthem.
with surprising ease when the Florida that soldiers: were: not: to be .
Senate similar
House of Representatives was not taking 1 1' EL/M/N.4T served food or drink after 11
doubled the -
action. So the unusual situation will p.m.. weekdays and 12 midnighton
'allowance for Twety-flve years ago Bradford
expense Its
members. exist until April with representativesbeing Saturdays. Even when the

It has been recognized for some paid $700 a month while senatorsget regulation was apparently re. several County districts was each divided of which into

time that a more realistic pay would $400. ,F1:: spected by the local merchants elected its own trustees I threes)

have to be established for those ser Now that the ice has been brokenon there was much "backdaor" for the Board of Public: Intruc-:

ving In the Florida Legislature. Even the violation: Hon and established the mil-
matter the
pay legislatureIn
After complaints
before annual many lage for school: in that
sessions purples
were assured early April should be In positionto the Prove Marshall! : of Camp district.

with approval of the new constitution, establish a realistic salary for its Blanding about: the military personnel The results of the election

heavy demands were being made members.A being served after hours, held in 1943 were as follows:
those who sit in the two chambers the City Council: had an ordin-
upon '
consulting firm is expected to Hampton. Dist. 2. M M. Ma-
recommend a salary schedule based c1 ance drawn up which prohibitedthe chstt was elected with 11 votes.W. .
beer after 11
sale of
Now that sessions are to be held bn studies of Florida as well as what week days and 12 midnight pm.on H. Hall and O. P. Wads-:
worth Jr. with 12 each and: the
every year, even more time is goingto other states are paying. Figures from Saturdays till 6 a.m. Mondays.Restaurants millage was set at 3 mills:
be required to carry out the duties ''' allowed to
$7,500 to $15,000 have been proposedas were Stark. Dlst. 3. reelected K.O. ,

and responsibilities that go with ser- to the pay legislators should receive SsWTTTfTTr1 remain open 24 hours pr day Duncan wlt'i: 40. S. A, Weldon -
ving in the State House and Senate. but the merchants were warned:
In Florida now that annual sess- with! 41 and One A. Wig-!

While there has been general ag ions have been authorized.The not restrictive to serve service hours! men afterthe Kirs with! 43. Millage.! 6.

reement that the pay for lawmakers Lawtey Dst! 6. W H Edwards -
taxpayers course DAYS AHEADFARMER'S Jr.. 45: Louis H. Hill 45
would have to be increased, many want to pay the men who make the --- Members of the Bachelor's!: and O. J, Phillips millage 4.

were hesitant to introduce legislation laws a fair and adequate amount for DIARYed Club of Bradford: High School Vandel'b'.lt. D'st' 110. elected

granting themselves a salary in their services. But there is reasonto were practically all presidents.The William Sa"p wth: 10. L. L. Ren-

crease. They were afraid of voter view with first president: was Bobby (toe 9. and Rodman Reddish
concern any attemptto a Baldwin apple tree to geta McRae: second president, Ralph
reaction back home, not knowing Just set the salary schedule as highas fine red apple) way out on a. Alvarez; third president Ray with: 8. Mtllaee was set at 5,
Graham Dist II. E, T.
how the rank and file would react. $13,000. According\ to all reports: the limb. He! was Just reaching for Parker; fourth: president, George Absr-
nathy 15. E Strickland! 13. Carl
2nd Annual Calf Scramble: and It. when WHAM: some: huntersIn
Flynn Bobby
The ; :
However, the House has solved the approaching year definitely is Jones 16: millage! 10.
Horse Show was a bin ,uccess nearby woods let ride with a. sixth Bobby: Biggs: seventh,
going to take extra time and effortas New River: Dlst. 12, Stafford
matter, at least temporarily, with a and even better thus: : I i.ie: outstanding Load of buckshot and the shots Billy Colson and Dogcatcher,
minimum of effort and more likely the legislature moves forward under one held last year. Thr whistled through the trenches Willie Thompson! Crews 1-1. M. L. Johns 10 and

than not with little criticism to be a new constitution. But after whatis weather was good: a big crowd of the: tree. Sam got out of that Chester Andrews 12: millage

forthcoming from the electorate.The destined to be a time-consuming \\IIS on !hand to:> enjoy the exciting tree like a squirrel!! pursued bya Woman's Organization!: of USO 10.Ri
House Administration Committee Job in 1969, future annual sessionsof events, as well as the chicken cat operated by t the YMCA: electedthe 14. B. :M. :McRe: 13 and J.
tanners served up for the following: officers: president -
three month duration should be R. '
recommended and approval was last KOlleU: in lrge: 3,
benefit of the FFA. In court week Circuit Mrs. Jeanette Khicald! :
for $600 allowancefor of sufficient time for legislators to Hellbronn. Dist. I5. W. C.
given a monthly Judge James C. Adkins Jr. was I(I vice president. :Mrs: Carl
each House member starting as handle their part of the state's business Sp akl:1ll.of: the weather. early By Sam McGarvey vem'.nlfc'.ng'! about: his boyhood Knight; secretary Mrs Louts Clemons. 5. Ancll Ncrma.i: andE.
A. Green 5
of the Nov. 5 election day. In Tallahassee.A last t week we had quite a b.t of time, you can still see the individual days at his home In Lawtey. He Koch; treasurer Mrs. W G. : Dlst.: 18 millage: A. L 10.Bro3kr ,

salary of $7500 would appear to frost and some: Ice here and( plants but when they said there! was a big grape vineon Halle. The retiring! presidentwas : Jr. 73, H. B, Green
Crosby 71
and R,
In addition House members, as well be far more realistic than the $15,000 there, but before the weekend get going' there will be solid t the place, and that he often Mrs. Frank Wilson E. Ha':en 46 millage 9
l as senators, receive $100 a month that the temperature began: to climb lln3 cf green: and later the entire climbed up on the trellis and The ladles! organized their ; ,
already advocating.One
some are
antj seasonable conditions!: beds will of feasted the
: :: pre- be a mass on scuppernongs.
salary the around. The $600 allowance -
important point for legislatorsto \aUd.l But judging by what has green but was promptly chased out of
for House members Is payable remember when they ultimatelydo happened so far. it looks as if s it when! discovered. FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM

only when the legislature is not decide on their pay Is that if they we may have an early and possibly : Hunting: season Is here and .

in session. During sessions, legislators establish it at an unreasonable level a hard. winter,.: the game, as usual Is trying to That bay who! was rased! in alsotopics I t

receive $25-a-day expenses plus 10 not only are the taxpayers going to hide from the! hunters. In that Lawtey and loved to raid the .
Pecan held strong arbor: will be seated
prices up connection, we've seen reports grape
cents a mile for one trip home each
strongly protest but they will be invi- last Thursday, when another big of three auto accidents: causedby next month on the Florida Supreme .

week, whether they make the tripor ting a flood of candidates when the still was held at the farmers Pear, crossing highways, so Court.: He has taken elevation

not. next election Is held. market in Stark With more apparently! there are a lot of to t the !highest court in :

than: 60,000 pounds so far this dec. around this section. the state with all due modestyand

Lake. C ity. flepolWvt season It loks as if the volumefor o s e during a. court recess is By PALL C, FORAKER

the entire jaion will: bo! Several hunting accidents still very friendly: and unassum Editor Information Services

higher than it has been i IJ: some have already occurred this season ing. Along with others, we wish

I Patriotic And StatesmanlikeThe time. Incldenta'lv' we've sampled and :It t Is hoped that due him every success in his new
Like it or not, many Ameri- far out of line with any previous
some of the! nuts raised caw and caution: will be exercised work.
cans drink liquor. experience.
t this: year and can report, :: that : bv all hunters: in makingeuro -r
As to why, no one can be sure. The war separated families,
they are as delicious as ever, of what they are fUlng: at Alice's eyes almost poppedout :
Johnson-Nixon "accord" on for- Nixon who, In most cases, must carry out. *' before blasting away at move- last week when she saw a The reasons for drinking vary dislocated lives, brought about
from to and serious of
eign policy however far it goes is a America's role in world affairs is far From what wc'vo seen: the Inent In: the bushes.! 'chamelon: with: wings. As It they're person the subject person of ,much ment In problems jobs put women readjust.to

remarkable affair. It is further evidenceof and away too vital, to the rest of the strawbc.-ry: planting look good. 0 turned out the little lizard had debate and discussion between work, and made the futures of

the wise patriotism and intelligent world as well as to itself, for it to run Aided by peilod.s of ram and All oC which! reminds Sam of captured a large yellow cabbage psychologists, psychiatrists, so- all Americans uncertain. The

statesmanship which the President and the risk of.two foreign policies evolvingat cool weather, the! planK >e'-m t to a time many years ago: on his mot!!, ,and' held it In its mouth ciologists, pastors, and the like. tensions brought about uproot.

the President-Elect have shown since the the same time. True, the Nixon hand at have taken hold and are starting folk: *' farm up in Jersey: when with the wings protruding on But our subject today Is not ing; separation and uncertaintywere
to grow. At the present luring hunting season: he climb- both sides. why people drink, but when painful.
election two weeks ago. It sets a patternof the helm will not in every instance have
First, statistics show that the Thus those years brought a
cooperation in the crucial field of for- the same feel as the Johnson hand. There average drinker consumes about marked turn toward the bottleas I

eign affairs which we hope, and which will be many subtle differences. This need I -' Deadline Near 14 quarts of liquor in a year. many sought to use that

the nation hopes, will be maintained be- be no drawback. But it is crucial that : To Claim Benefits Taking into account that most means as a remedy for their

tween Republicans and Democrats once when the new administration steps in, it : drinkers "celebrate" occasionally problems.By .

the new administration takes over on its takes over a foreign ;policy with whichit E't1Jfff@b! { { ,Part B MedicareTime and that they may splurgea this time most readers are
little at these times, this asking, what about 1962 to the
is in sympathy and upon which it can
own.As is running out for some leaves something like an aver present time? Well, our figures
must be the case, this agreement is begin to build. people to claim benefits under age of four drinks a week to wind up with the close of 1966.

more a meeting of minds, a recognitionof The best way to achieve this is for close Part B of the Medicare: pro temporarily numb the pain of and they show that there was a

overall national interests than it is a rapport between the outgoing' and incom- Uy :Martha Sue McCain gram. This is the part that 1 is living and paying taxes. rise in the rate of liquor con-

formal accord. As Mr. Nixon made clear, ing chiefs of state during the next two County Extension often referred to as "Doctor: How does that average bal- sumption from 1962 through 1966

there can be no constitutional formula months. This will be all the easier be- Home Economics Agent Bill Insurance. The 1967 a- ance out, year after year, since which was comparable only, .
Prohibition ended in the early since repeal of Prohibition, to
setting the relationship of the President! cause, during his campaign, Mr. Nixon ___ mendments to the Medicare program 30's? the years of World War Two.

and the President-Elect. Until January 20, did little to attack Mr. Johnson's recordin established a. time limit In the first two years after Apparently something is driv-
for claim far thesa
Mr. Johnson and Mr. Johnson alone holds the international field. Indeed, on the MORE AMERICANS EATING: minutes in: moderate oven 375 benefits.! Under a the amend Prohibition, the average adult ing many Americans, to drink -

these reins in his hand. overriding question of Vietnam, the Re- MUSHROOMS: 1 degrees or until firm. Cut into ments, such claims must b3: fil intake was rather low. But from in this decade, and couldn't
I Mushrooms! -- t'i'! caviar of rectangles. Serve hot mushroom 1936 through 1940, the average the various political candidates
But the President-Elect nominee showed himself in
even though, as publican ed no later than the end of the
the vegetable woildarc rap. sauce over each portion.: Easy adult held very close to the make hay from this!
underlined, Mr. Nixon could have no closer accord with White House policy Idly becoming a I opnlar item method, sauce: Try a 10' a ounce calendar year following the yearin aforementioned average of 14 Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation -

veto power over any White House decisionon than did Mr. Humphrey. on: more and mar" dinner tab can condensed cream of mush- which the services are furnished. quarts per year. The same was Program's job Is preven-

foreign affairs, yet it is right that the This is a happy beginning. America and les, as Incria,:d production: : room soup in place of homemade For example all claims true during the period from 1948 tion and treatment of alcoholism

two men do all in their power to agreeon the peace-loving portions of the world and improved trarspoliation mu'nrom sauce. for services furnished during to 1961. The average held firm, here in the Sunshine State. KeepIn

foreign policy. For whereas it is Mr. will wish this Johnson-Nixon cooperationto and marketing make themavailable From Bulletin 112 "Cheese In 31 1967, 1968 must be filed by December 'and there wits a pattern which mind that FARP is an agencyof
be considered "normal"consumption. State of Florida and
Mush the
to aid as
more more Family Meals comes may ,
Johnson who initiate it will be Mr. continue and
can grow. T. C. Watson, Bradford: County
housewives, who try fr>m, like room Cheese Souffle Six servings such belongs to all Floridians.
C jvtitiQf& .SC2eizc. I'kwU. them and continue to include will require: Social: Security Representative: The years of World War Two Literature Is yours for the

them In the! home menu. 10'a' oz. can cream of mush states that there Is one exception; were very different, however. asking. Merely write FARP's

Only a generation ago the room soup condensed 1'a or 2 to this tins limit. This applies:! In those years the average Information Services, Box 1147,

mushroom lover either lived! processed! cheddar cheese, to medical services furnished! amount consumed per adult rose Avon Park, Fla., 33825.
Why Worry So Much? during the last three months if
close: to one of the few com- shredded; 4 egg yolks 4 egg -
mercial growers or he hunted: whiten, 4 strips bacon, cooked: a year. They will be considered: :!
as if the:! services were furnlsl1-
mushrooms! in the: nearest crumbled, or one-fourth cup

A famous physician recently said a things we worry about have already hap woods.: Few mushroom: were dried chipped: beef finely shredded ed the in time the limit following for filing year.a claim Thus -"

third of all ailments which came to his pened and are beyond our control. found in grocery stores.: ; one-half teaspoon Wor- for services furnished: during

attention originated in the mind-from Last year, Amrlca-s: consumed Chester-hire sauce, few grains October though December 1966

worm;. It's a known fact that most of Another twelve per cent of the thingswe not only the !.m.atm tan cayenne pepper. Will also: be December 31, 1968.
produced in our OWl cauntiy, Heat undiluted soup over low
u? :worry too much, and many of us worry about are imaginary, and a but another 9.000 tons imported, heat. Acid cheese, stir until Mr Watson strongly urgs:!
which we haveno further ten of them anyone who: had Part B servl:
worry about things over percent are con- primarily from Form.- a, melted. Remove from heat. Beat J
cerned with those well able take furnished daring the! : period of
control.In to care While) mushrooms were once egg yolks until thick. Stir a little -
the field of giving advice, perhapsthe of themselves who either do not need known as the epicures compliment of the hot: mixture into egg October 1936 through: December
to file for .
1967 : : these benefits before
best advice one can give to those our worry or do not want it. That leaves to a choice broiled steak, yolks; then stir egg yolks into the dadllne if they :have

is "Stop worrying" only about eight per cent of our worries today's homemaker Is find ng rest of hot mixture Cook over t
inclined to '
worry not already: done so. He will be
: more and more ways to use the heat, stirring constantly, :T5: ( BOtft{ s
To emphasize the fruitlessness! of worry, which have any relation to reality, and low happy t) help anyone complete Lets toi
vegetable and: the Departmentof until thickened about: 5 min;
one should keep in mind the following.First while eight per cent of our worrying and a claim. The lflce Is locatedat

about forty per cent of the may be legitimate worrying, about things its Agriculture Home and Garden offers recipes Bulletins.in add utes. Remove bacon or from dried heat chippedbeef 133 N. Temple Avenue in :.. "

things people worry about never happen. which will happen, some ninety-two per- From Bulletin no. Poultry in Worcestershire sauce, and Starke, and 1$ open from 9:30: oJ' .
cent of the cent of our worrying is wasted effort. am.1.:1.: 11:30: Monday! : : and
Second, another thirty per Family Meals, comes Turkey- cayenne pepper. Thursday. JJY Lynn Hamilton: of Southern Marine
Lake Waged New Muhroom: Scallop Use a 7 x 7 Preheat oven to 325 degrees
I -, x 2 inch baking dish Six servings Co.,1 soup mixture about 13 min.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS Boatmen with a flair for photography The 1 marine
tens photographer
The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH will require: utes Beat eg whites until stiff at
-- face a few problems not encountered Evinrude Motors gay that 1/250 ofa
/[ but not dry. Fold in: soup mixture Notice is hereby given: that by landlubbering shutter second ia a good speed for shooting
TurkeyMushroom Scallop until well blended. Pour Into sealed bids will be received by duns. The lendenry lo overexpose! the boating action picture If you're

4 f lilr 2 or 4 tablespoons butter or an ungreaied: IVi quart casserole the Keystone Heights City Council picture is probably the mom common using a camera with a fixed lens, you
ESTABLISHED 1879 : ; $ margarine: 1'a' cups mushrooms, : or Jlx individual souffle up until 7:30: p. m, TuesdayDec. bugaboo in photographing water nubjects. can stop the action by panning the

chopped: ; 1 tablespoon: :: flour. I cup: set In a pan of hot water. 10 for: cattle grazing rights: Thin in true because the water scene- moving the camera in unison -
g cup breadcrumbs soft: 1 cup Bake until a knife lassrted: In on approximately 1.700 acres at When reflect and intensifies the nunlight.! with the movement of the boat.
a light meter Is used there'sno When
/MttaFLORI 4th.nlbl. milk whole: or skim: 1 cup turkey center comes out clean about 1 the Keystone Airport. Council problem. Without a light meter boat, take shooting precautions pictures from a
to keep
ESSASSO You ought to be quiet and cooked, coarsley choppid: ; hour. reserves the! right to: reject any you ran come pretty clone by clov photo equipment dry. A plastic your bag
A do nothing rashly.-(Acts 1 tablespoon: parsley, chopped; Family Fare, Home and Garden and all bids. ing the lens. one stop more than you will protect the camera. Keep the

19:36)). 2 eggs! beaten; one-fourth teaspoon : Bulletin, has a recipe for -Roy Watklrs. Chm. would for a similar picture on land. camera and film in a cool, dry and
TONE : could retract ; : salt: one-eighth teaspoon Onions In Mushrcom Sauce: Vergie Homer, Clerk Judging distance ia often another shady part of the boat when not in
Often we wish we one-eighth problem for the amateur marine photographer use. Film of course, should
pepper teaspon on- which: will serve six persons. 2t-.chw11.28 always
something we have saidor ion juice l''i' cups mushroom One and one-half pounds The untrained eye may be loaded in subdued light.
feel this way : are a far-off object as the focal point For better the
When we on- -water photography
done. sauce. 4)) small yellow onions. 1 cup water of a beautiful picture. When the pic give consideration
it is time, right then, to takean Brown mushrooms lightly in parsley 1 can 10'4 oz. condensed lure in. printed however it may show background.some It uncluttered to the

L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher idea of truth that will freeus fat. Stir flour into mushroom cream of mushroom utes longer Garnish! with! par- up as not much more than a speck if you're trying Keep for a special effect or,,

PubUibed each Thursday and entered a 8eCClllcL from hasty or unwise deci- mixture. Add breadcrumbs Add .soup, 1 teaspoon salt sley before serving.All on the horizon.. Unless you are snoot. look for a nautical scene such as

CUM Mailer at the Pod Office ae SUA. FldrWa sions and actions. Let's pause milk slowly stirring constantly.: Peel and quarter cnlons. of these Home and Garden ing for a special effect, try to get drying fish nets, an old lighthouse or

under Act of March 3rd. '1379.SubMriptiSn first and make sure that our Cook over low heat 5 minutes Leave very small onions whole. Bulletins are available from our quite much clone better to the picture.subject Y ou'Ulleta a quaint bridge. Have your camera

actions will be wise, right andourselvessandbour Add turkey parsley, eggs, and Simmer onions: in salted water office. You can give us a callor Since marine photography often handy best and ready to use. Some of the

!I. trade area i 1 year, $4.501>; Outside blessing to seasonings to mushroom mixture 13 to 20 minutes, or until Just drop us a card if you would Involve hooting pictures either of caught boating when picture the are action shot

trade area: 1 year, 'W.OO., neighbors. Pour Into: baking: dish Set tender. Drain. Add undilutedsoup like to have any of these bul- or from a fast moving boat it's best posed.Happy" subject wa not
in pan of hot water Bake 40 and: simmer 10 to 15 rnln- letins. lo use a camera with a fairly fast boating.T .

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I I Dy Derve' v rpe, Editor!: Thursday Nov. 7, in a Starke : ; : c "' |fe I } < iP.: iWl. ilil: i9 iP 11!
Florida .Itural lest. nursing: home: after an extended r ; .1 .t I 1f3 D 'f"

,D ciorvfoeCreepi illness, Maine She on was Nov.born: 9. 1887 In Steubn and- :', ,..lll.1..1' :i j: 1 L L"h 11: .'..:' lJ t j :r.!

for the! past Vta ILi L .' BgVi> L aka"
ru'eeds had lived In Starke : *' "For where your)treasure I It, there will your heart be .
,,r .' She! member .. ... ..... ............. .. .. e . .... it.
several years. was a { . ,. .. .. .... .. ,. _. _,,
._"; .m,. ".. ':,>..."'" ._".......<,<.,.. ",' .. "' "" ":r". ''''''''" .'W"Y'&v. ,, <,<"... .. .
lawns are like debts- easy to of the Unitarian Church! ....""' "... .y' "U<- ......-- .- -.' .. "w,",-, --_.... ....y._ .. .'. '-'''''- .... -'&-" .X'O'-" ''' 'mif; ."_ ......... -............ ... .m
obtain, but almost Impossible Fiueral s I'vlcesl'eireheld at i'
to get rid of. 10:30: a.m. Saturday. Nov. 16, at CALVARY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST N. i.
Most attempts to ba.ilsh: : the the gra\d! In Hope Cemetery Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning CHlfRCH. HIGHWAY K I.q
troublesome IsgumD: art like with Rev Robert Burch of Worship 11 a. m. Training Sunday School 9:45: a. m

borrowing money to "consolidate' ficiating.! An-angemnt( were inchate *'-!o:), 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- Morning; .WorshiP. 11. Training
all debts. Sooner or later Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Union. 6:30 p. m. Evening Ber- t
:! of DeWitt C. Jones 'v.ce: ::30.
YCU will discover: that you !haveas Funeral Home.Services 7:30: p. snRev. R. K. vic, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer 6er- IJ:'
tig a crop of beggar's:! lies: Butler pastor, vie, 7:30.: LAND OF PLENTY
L. Tommy Howe. Pastor
&" you began:! with.Beggar'3lice Held .
t tRev.
stick-tight gree.i o.-: brown flat For P. E. Hoffman, GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. t.
seeds tlat plaster anything Sunday School, 10 a, m. Morn- Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning t. ;
thy:! contact Including socks Prison Employee Ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Worship 11 a. m. and 7 p. t ", '"

ladbs:! hose, pants' cuffs and 'Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- m/-JRev. Leland A. Baker, pas ,.*" ,.... t. )
tabby cats. Philip F. Hoffman Sr.. 58. Of vice. 7:30.: -Rev. Lacy Conway, tor. s.: ,
The creeping; beggarwced Starke, died Mz. day in a Gainesville pnstor. Thursday! -Visitation, 10 a. m.
thrives on attacks by lawnmowers : :hospital.! A native of NewYork and 7 p. m.NEW t ( f
since the main ruinerssneak : City, he had b?n employ. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST RIVER BAPTISTSunday
along the ground below ed as a correctional! officsr at CHURCH Morn- ,.,
10 m.
\School a.
the whirr of the: mower blades. the Fb-;: 'Ua State P.-lron. He wasa Located ,em Bayless Hiffhway Training
Digging out the plants by the former police! officer National IT: aks- (SR 225 at Raiford Road Union Ing Worship.7 p. m.11 Evening a. m. Worship, t t rv j. {ttll's ti iL? t !,
root is a sure cure. But. this is land a member of the (SR 161.) Wednesday night service Ii.t t'lf
Sheriffs Assn., member of the School 10 8 p. m. .
almost a career-type opsratlon.If Services: Sunday wel-
Everyone : !
Officers Assn., 7:30: p. m.
Florida Peace
you: don't have time to pull\ a. m.: Sunday Morning Worship pastor. -
weeds every day consider killing and a member of St. Edward'sCatholic iH n. m.: Training! Union 6:30p. : come-L. L. t I'!

the pst plant with!! chem!! Church: In Stark m.: Evening Service >::30; CHURCII OF CHRIST : Ii Iit
wife. Cha1"lotte -
Seals I l Surviving are Mld'veel! Prayer Service. Wednesday Bible Study 10 a. m.;
WARNING: Chemical co.itrolis Hoffman: of Starke; three 7:30: -Rev. Glenn Law and Communion
only for gardeners who live son?. Philip! Jr., of Lakeland; hon, pa'.tcr.YLESS. Morning Service Worship 11 a. m. Evening f t:
daringly and who are willing Richard! M., and Robert E., both!
6:00.Wednesday r rI
of San Franslscj. Calif.;: hisstcpfatr HIGHWAY cervices : tTer
to take a chaice. Worship service 7 A I
of Lake
Chemicals that will spell! Frank Orecn BAPTIST CHURCH Bell.
doom to beggarwsedj:! are a Parsoffske.: Fla.: three step- mday: School 10 a.m.: Morn p. m. Minister Jack P. THANKSGIVING FOR. g@1NTr A:
children.!: Mrs. Vck: Powell: Service 11 a, m.';
mixture of weed and brush: killers fog Worship: NORTHSIDE BAPTIST. ,
Mrs: KathY S!elf'Y. and Donald 6:30 m.; Ev- PROSPEROUS NATION
according to Dr. E. W Mc. Training! Union : p. CHURCH I
Elwee horticulturist with the Frees all of Starke; and: three nlai; Worship 7:30: p. m. Schedule of services: Sunday t FOOD &lJiB': :
!srandc'iilrtren.Funeral: Meeting, Wednesday
Agricultural Extension Service. Prayer Morning Wor- I.
at School. 9:45: a. m. A STRONG NATION
Prepare the legume for its sarvlcJs! !! were held 7:30: p. m.: 0. A. Meeting Wed* Training un- .
hara-kiri by mowing the!! lawn 0 1m.. Wednesday (1:1: St. Ed- nesdav: 7:30,: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal ship. 10:45: a. 'Evening m. Service. FREEDOM or WORSHIP :
then watting! a few days to allow ward's Church faith: Father Edward ; Wednesday 7:30: p. m.:; ion. 6:45 Mid-Week: p. m. Prayer Service, t m
Kirby ofllciating.! Interment Monday 7:45.:
meeting. last
Brotherhood ,
the! cocky plants to a
peep (Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. Pages could be filled with that
blade or so higher than the lawn \1'8. in Hillcrc't! Cemetery in each month. Rev. David ways
in this world
directionof The Church is God's appointed agency
grass rear : M-delros: pastor. PRESBYTERIAN God has blessed! us, and we should be
D3W.U C. Jones Funeral FIRST t for spreading the knowledge of Hu love for mon and

The next stp Is to mix equal Horn Tate: Rosary was recitedat CHURCH OF GOD Sunday Worship School 11 9:45 a.: m.a.Youth m. continually thankful for God's goodness. of His demand for man to respond to that love by t
7 Tuesday in Jsaes: : Morning his neighbor. Without this grounding in the
p.m. St. Starke. loving
Then 422 N St. Clair ,
of 2-4-D and Choir Practice
parts Fellowship 6 p. m. At this time, however, we should .
dampen the business: end of a Funeral Chapel.'King Miday: School 10 a. m. Worship Wednesday 8 p. m. t love of God no government or society or way of life
3-lnch paint brush In the solution I Services, 11 a, m. and 7:30: p. Rev. Robert D. Burch pause from our daily workday habits will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold t
aid skim the tops!: of the David' in. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30: so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore even from
and in unison thanks to
give special
pest plants. Us? care not to PresentedBy I p. m.-Rev. Chester J. Shooppe: ,, RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH t' a selfish point of view, one should support the Church
touch: the graS. One little slip To Be V?.tor. Schedule of services: Sunday\ God that \\e still have freedom of for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family.

may sing.-- the grass to a frostbitten UF Group"King ]HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH \School 10 a, m. Worship 11 a. worship Beyond that however every person should uphold t
: tan.Some (Highway 100 at Theressa) m. and 7:30: p. m. Training Un- and participate in the Church because it tells the truth
gardeners choose late David" the dramatic Sunday School-10 a. m. ion. 6:30: p. m.Rev. Jack about man's life death and destiny; the truth which
fall to do the Job. Th ll' excuse musical Dav 1.1. Saul: and Bath- Morning Worship-11 a. m. Stolte pastor. t Attend church this Thanksgiving; alone will set him free to live as a child of Cod.Col.mil .
is that you get a better kill sheba, will be presented:! by the Training Union-6:30: p. m. weekend t
tate in the growing season. The 'University :cf Florida's;; :! Department Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST H S.r.
real season Is that they can of Music on Sunday, Nov. Wednesday Night Prayer Ser- Sunday School,.,10 a. m. MornIng -
blame a few silos of the paintbrush 24, at 4 ".111. in University Auiitoilum ::!- vices-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle Worship. 11 a. m. Pre-Ser- f t
on Jack Frost.If Packham pastor. vices (Booster Band, Young ;i
Barbara Blanchard, a prominent People and Prayer Service). 6

your bifocals or your nerves New YOlk \soprano and FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF GOD p m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. t I
won't allow you to zero in on Richard:' Shadlsy will be tlis OF STARKE !Midweek Service Wednesday, 1
the wavy line of legume! leave*,, featured soloists. Shadlsy:: a West Weldon St. and Raiford. 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D.,
perhaps you had best discaid! New York t r.or'on acclaim Road 'pastor
the large paint brush and use last year for his performance:! :: in Sunday School: 10:00: a. m 1 .. ,., .- ,
the! dab method. "The Messiah" .1 ,
11:00: a. m. Morning Worship: GRACE BAPTIST CHCRCII
For dabb.'ng!' select a tiny Jacqueline Langee. outstanding 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: STARKE
watsr-color-brush! dime size West Coast contralto: also p. m. Evangelistic Services. Sunday School. 10 a. ni. Mooning "
will do. The idea i to featured\ soloist in: the: HURST SHELL STARKE 66"
: is reach will be a : Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid. Worship, 11. Teal tng! Unisn : t FAULKNER
down: Into the grass: and applya production. Now: residing here week Prayer Meeting.: 6 p. m. Evening Worship!! ,
mere half-drop of the killing M/s. Langee Is the! wife of Dr.H.1l'vey Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. '7. Wednesday Prayer Service, SERVICE SERVICEU.HAUL
.solution: to each beggal''edJ'umlI' R. Langes, assistant '7:30.Rev.. Virgil Lovett pas- GULF SERVICE
: professor of psychiatry at the C'llt'RCH OF GOD ''tor. Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
If you are afraid to use the J. Hillis Miller Health! Center. RENTALS
chemicals on your yard but Lester Hale, University vice-:: 422 N. St. Clair '''St.. Stajke. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Tire TruingHeadlight
want first-hand experience pjr- president cf the student affairs, Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship BAPTIST CHURCH
haps you can persuade a neighbor will narrate the presentation.The 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sun 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser t Truck Trailer Adjusting t
to initiate a bggar\ved production: will feature day. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. vices: Sunday School 10 a. m. Complete Lubrication Brake Service
banishing: program. By watch- the combined;; resources;; :: of the -Friday.-Rev. Chester J. Shoup. Preaching. It a. m. Training i;

ing his mistakes! you should be Choral Union University Symphony :3e, pastor. Union 5:45: p. m. Evening Wor- Minor Tune-Ups Wheel Balance and
able: to discover a near perfect Orchestra Dr, Elwood M.\ STREET ship, 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. ', w;::..;:. t

chemical killing! techniqu that Kelster :at 1 the music faculty will BAPTIST CHt'RCH -Elder A. O. Flynn pastor 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment

is harm)"ss t? lawn grass.; direct. 1011 N. Temple Avenue
Sur-day School !0:4i): a in.Morr.lns SERVICE
In: case there Is no !gullible The program, sponsored by theDepal'lmnt : Worship at H. Youth: FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH t Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT t
guinea: pig neighbor: then do of Music and student Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 964.5899
4:30 YouthFellowship All Minor Repairs
Choir: practice :: p.m _
'. is to the School, 9:45 Morning 'Worship UO S. Temple Starke
your practicing! in a hidden: C:;) Government open 3:45. Train- ( : a. m.
: Supper!: :
er of your yard Just be prepared : public without: charge. ins:; Union. 6:15.: WMU Prayer 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
to cove: up your mistakes / Circle: 7:15.: Evening! Worship vies, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service t t
with strips of sod from the 7:20.: Wednesday 7:15: p. m. STARKE BUILDERS

nearest nursery IF WE DON'T HAVE IT Mo.-.day -YWA meeting, 7:30: -Charles Reese ministel f LAWSON

,,'e'I1 get It for you. Office p.m. t SUPPLIES, Inc.
Supplies Furniture Equip Tuesday RA meeting 6:30: MEAT MARKET t
Time'sa'flyin' ment. Bradford CountyTelevraph p.m. CHURCH Services STARKESunday : Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE, ING .
Wednesday Churc Choir( AND COLD STORAGE
8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist.
Fraci.cf.: 8:30: p.m. t Complete Paint Suppliesand
9:30: a. m. Church School. Buffet Lunch $1.25 t '
'- D1.nt3n Sunrail, pastor We Specialize In Custom Slaughter- (
10:30 family Service.
: a
Sporting Goods
11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Watch GLASS OAK GROVE BAPTIST (Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd log, Cutting'and Wrapptajri -
CIIUKCII Sundays; Morning Prayer, 2nd t
I Band FOR EVERY PURPOSE Sunday School, 10 a. m. and 4th Sundays). "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep Frze '.

Morning Worship at 11. Train- -J. Thomas Staab Rector .
219 Washington St. 964-5270
Calendar Mirrors ing Union. 6:45.: Evening Wor 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEU.

ship 7:30.: -Rev Luther A. Mcrtn. HAMPTON: CHRISTIAN .
12 Moms RETAIL
FOR ONLY FOR EVERY PURPOSE .. n..lnr CHl'RCH' U. S. 301 North Ph. 964.7600 t

$1.00 Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. Phone 964-7059 '
iI ?
L Iii .STARKE Worship 7SO.:: Rev. Carl t $ FLORIDA :
The CO. Clarke pastor. DAD & BRAD SALES t
371.4115-372.4131 SundayChurch: School SMS: NEW METHOD
TELEGRAPH a. m.: Morning: Worship.: 11:00a. : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH EST
1113 N.W. 4th Place MODULAR HOMES
m. Community
ThanksgivingChoir HAMPTON: f
Caintivlltayou CLEANERS t
Rehearsal 3 p. m.; Youth Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng DNTRGL
Council. 5 p. m.; MYF Snack Worship at 11. Training 24Ft. Wide ,
Supp'r. 6 p. m.: MYF Meetings: Union 6:30.: Wednesday night & t1KA1 co. Under New Ownership
6:30: p. m.; Evening Worship, 7: Prayer Meeting 7:30: followedby t Also 12-Ft. Wide Your Certified Master t
30 p. m. choir practice Starke Nursing -
M:'day WSC3 Prayer Home service 2:43: p. m. Dry Cleaner

w e Group 10 a. m.: Junior Girl Melvin Hamel pastor. t tRev. 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers
Scout. 3:15: p. m. Free Moth-Proofing t jl

standing Tue day Junior Girl FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heights Free Pick-Up and Delivery
Scouts. 3:15: p. m. STARKE
on your ;8ieacl? Wednesday Community Opportunities! of service: t Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5704

Thanksgiving! Service 7:30: p. m. Sunday School: 9:45: a.m. : t 1
Chancel Choir Rehearsal 8:30p. : Morning: Worship at 11: a

Community Choir! 51.1't t EDWARDSGrocery
Met odl3t
\ p.m. Training: Unlo:1' : CO.
,,,e"0\ CHRISTMAS: BAZAAR : 6:15.: ; and Market f.'
\ Evening
\)\ Worship: 7:30:
'"y V '"9 The Worthington Springs Civil Mcnc.ayYouth; : Ch'oh' t : I
to Prac Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries-Meats-Feed ,
tomakez :\'bO Club will sponsor:; Its annual: t ice. 7 p.m Executive! Commit
y ;-ait' Christmas Bazaar and chicken tee Meeting of Nw River' Bap Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL ....
J dinner. The! club! will be op:i to tist Ajn.: lt< Baptht Church,
guests on Friday. Nov. 22 from Starke) 8 p.m. i t BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards t

Come See Us! 4 to 7 p. m.. and on Saturday earns Tuesday, 3:30 Junior Choir: Sun 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
from 9 a. m. to 10 p, m. : pm. .
We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile The chicken dinner:: will b? served Wednesday Bible! Study t Phone 964-7064 158 W. Can Ph. 96 t-6881 PHONE 964-5312 d
on Saturday, starting at 5 Cla's 10 a.m. Community f
Purpose p. m.. at $1 per plate for adult 5ank gHlng Service: First
and 50 cents fir children under Methodist Church! 7:30: p.m. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. :
12. The project: will licludj: sale Church Choir P'actceW. 8:30.:: : f j .
$25.00 TO $60aOO. of Christmas! gifts decoration: A. Hogan pastor. Owned fty Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better J'
gourmet foods, sandwiches and
Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911
TOWN FINANCE coffee. -

.. LABEL from 'llonul Cash Register and all other
226 N. Temple Ave. MAKERS
Phone 961-7449 $9.95- Bradford County Tele- | models. Bradford County U t

graph Ph. 961-6303. Telegraph.


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and Mrs. Wayne Hersey were soon.; .' ship at It. Evening! service, 6:30.Greater : .
In Tampa Sunday to visit Clyde. ADULT SCHOOL Allen Chapel AME In
HERESSA Hersey, who:>> Is hospitalized AU citizens Interested self.mprovernnt C urcl. The pastor, Rev. L. A. TURKEY SHOOT Anyone Wishing To
Ithere.- I Invited to at-
are Sampson, officers, and: members
Returning this weekend froma end: classes being offered at the closed: out ten years! of successful SUNDAY, NOV. 24 CONVERSATIONAL
By: Dorothy: Mill week: spent:! In Lake Butler on 'arlcus centers far: the! convene work together. Conf2rences RETAIL MERCHANDISING"' OR t
Phone 413-4518 a'hunting trip were Mr. and ence of all who need an edu- will start Wednesday at Bethel STARTING 4:00 P.M. ..IAULtAMENTARY."IWCEDUREI..y
....... .&AAAAJOPE Mrs. Doley Kersey, Mr. and :nation For Information call the AME Church,Jackjnnvile! : It was Vocational-
Mrs. Elbert Hersey Mr. and iro-Tech Center 964-5344. Every with mixed emotions; that ) apply at the! Rratfford-Union Area
Horse Races
BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr.. William jne needs educational Improve members had b accept:;: the p.m. Technical Center. The Spanish class meets Thurs-
Sunday: School:>> 10 a.m.; Carter Roy Crenshaw: and vent mews that Rev. Sampson: could days from 7:00 9:00 P.M. Retail Merchandising
Morning Worship: 11 a. m.; Jerry Crenshaw ;;ifURCH NEWS not return for another conference STARKE RACEWAY meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:00: 9:30
| T lining: Onisa: 6:30: !) p.m.; Even "Rusty" Sullivan spent partof Ebenezer Baptist Church.Rev. year due to a health and Parliamentary Procedure
ing Worship. 7:15: p.m.; Wed last week with his grandpar ,\mol:!, our Moderator will ben condition. P.M.: for six weeks from 7:00: 9:30
ne ':'ay evening: Prayer Service, ents. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall I charge of enrlces next Sun- The first!! Sunday in Decemberwe 3Vj MILKS SOUTH ON U.S. 301 meets Tuesdays and Thursdays
7-30 p.m., with choir practice: Strickland, at Fl:>>rahome, and 4 lay and Is asking the cooperation will accept the leadert'.ilp: of THEATRE P.M. for seven eeks.
aterward.Frei part with grandparents. Mr.and I of all members.:>> Sunday another minister.!
:;..cher of Park of the Mrs. Percy Sullivan at i school; 10 a. m. Morning Wore -
Palms was the speaker Sunday Palatka. He attended the Putnam II
morning explaining thepur County:: Fair! in Palatka
pose and work:>> of Oldecns Inter with Mr. and Mrs. Strickland.
national, an organization: of
Christian businessmen.: CONTEST
pope Church will hold revival
sen:Ices Dec. 2 through: Dec. 8. Colored Citizens
Services will begin at 7:30( p.m.
and Rev. Joe:>> Olacaa! of Green
Ctve Springs: will be guest The Recreation Dept will start
spsaker. its basketball season Wednesday
SHOWER night Nov. 27, with the Hawksvs I
.Th'! Educational: Building! alHppe Falcons. On: Saturday night, I
J Baptist Church was the Nov. 30, they: will play Spat-Rite
setting Thursday evening: for a Dukes of Jacksonville. Monday
bridal; shower given by the lad night Dec. 2. Falcons:: vs RJE TdmIn,
|es of the! church for Miss Lind High School. All games start at
Battsn.: Beautiful .floral ar 7:30.: All basket fans are askedto
r hgements: dec-ahd: the! room come out and support:>> the!

the honoree received many team of your choice. .... .- ,_, -,
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1 at IY and: useful: gifts. Game' AU boys 8 to 17, are asked ,. ,' : '
; was won.by Mrs. Herb rt to: play Flag Fctball each Tuesday -
Cfoversettle. and Thursday:: altjrmon
1 EDDING NOV. 22 at 4:30: at the Recreation play
The marriage of Mlsj Land! : ground. All boys, 8 to 17, who
Batten and Joey Bald.-ee will be have not signed: up may do so at
f lemr.ized: Friday evening: the! Center which is open dally
? av. 22. at Hop Baptist from 4 to 6:30: and from 8 to 11
C lurch.. All friends of the coupe p. m. en: Friday: and Saturday
are invited to attend. nights! City League will start.
Mr. and: Mrs. Albert Batun -
en the! birth of a son Stony
Hay, at Bradford County Hos- I
Starke Friday Nov. 15

maltn I WISHES Russell, who at
Is a patient at
Bradford County Hospital In
flarke. and also to:>> A, R. War
f,ck, Mrs. Fred Dodd's lather! ,, ,
at Riverside Hospital in Jack Ask s 4H ,I
nvtlle ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fisher andfIlY ,
of St. Petersburg, wer E.Jchn..
visitors of Mr. and Mrs
Jan: Ssarle attendedf1 .
[:: Joy Saxon's birthday par : a
Hampton Saturday. About This Question:
B. C. Powell of Miami
rrlved last Saturday for a visit "On weekend trips, boll How To Win
ith! her sister: and brother-In. Read The Rules
,w. Mr. and: Mrs E. S. Sibley, the belongings we take<
ram' Sunday to Wednesdaythe along/ or leave behind an
( SibUys and Mrs. Fowel;! vulnerable to theft or dam Each space below represents some
aveled in Georgia and: ortfiursday : age. We are also more apt Any reader of The Telegraph !is eli

they were la Willis- to injure someone. Would gible to enter this contest and the c '' prominent business firm or persons
Yon ID: visit Mr. and"Mrs. your Homeowners Policy of this city. Take the scrambled
I jfoungblood:! Mrs. Powellre cover our personal belong first three personssubmitting the
tried to her home! Sunday. letters and them to spell
:Mrs. John Hammond:>> and ings at home or away, and correct nearest correct answer C}
.in. Chester: Searls were shopng provide Personal Liability the firm's< name correctly. Winners
::! in Jacksonville: : Saturday Insurance for the entire will be awarded turkeys for Thankss
Mr. and Mrs. Don Griffith: and family?" will be notified by mail and turkeys
giving. The first three correct an- :_
;:-3 of Hollywood: : were Sunday a .# will be presented Monday, Nov.
{I,Itors of Mr. and: Mrs. Cleve- swers in our hands will be the win- ; ; i
nd Sullivan. Charley E. 25th.:
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan ners. -
I Palatka visited his parents, JOHNS AGENCY --
and Mrs. Cleveland Sulll- "
and their son; Percy Jr, 131 So. Walnut St. -
I : family! Saturday. Phone M4-5070
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fence mums line along Is the a good K.B. Watt substitute rson p.m.Highland Baptist: Sunday 7-+..m1..Dseem.._=__: .s-.I ....i1Mi -- -.a. _:=__ 1 =__:: ...RLet's .. -

HAMPTONBy for sunshine on a Rlc-my day School! 9:45: am, Worship H
too, as well as these at the Anton a.m and: 8 p,m.. Choir Practice
Zacek home .on Highway 7 p.m Prayer meeting' Wednes I III
Mr. D. E. Hill 301. day 8 p.m. Tag: Revival began AU Go To The

city Remembering clean up week this, and week rubbish Is Monday! 7'30: pm. and Is continuing

will be picked up Friday and The Extension Homemakers
A GOING CONCERN Saturday, Nov 23 and 24 If it Club :of: Lawtey met with the
Cabinets from lumber to home
I along the street where agent Miss Martha Sue McCainin
I is
Installation is the of
loaded. Moss of
Starke Thursday morning
be easily
I it
George W. Davis whose Hampton and branches from last we k's last week with ten present. Miss
millwork shop moved six wind and rain makes yards look: McCain presented the programand
months ago into the formerly in a hurry, and homeowners after the business session, II
empty building just east of the are asked; -plck up the hostess served cockles and
railroad; tracks in Hamptan. wellas
area in front, as spiced tea.
the street
20 30 feet at
An addition. by
their yards. It has Just been learned that
the back of his present building Mr. and Mrs. E. D Allen Is planned as soon as )possible, visited Mr, and Mis. Hiuald a resident here for several I
Mr Davis said. Using one and Mr. has been in
Chastain and family years injured a
cement-block wall already ex- and Mr. and Mrs Henry Chas fall and is In a nursing homein
tended along one side, this will Ala, ;
Jacksonville. She:
taln and family in Jackson would- appreciate -
give additional working area, from ThursdaY: to Monday last hearing from :her! friends Park
and: the. present rcom: fart:.2>t the day in
week. They Iso spent here Her address is 1418 Margaret -
to the west is to be kept far Sunflower Ala. with t the Carl Street, Jacksonville:
stol'ail'It:1! : his prsssnt shortage : Beck family, former Hampton Mss! Art urlne Blanchard of
he said, materialsand
of sace; Jacksonville
spent the weekend I
finished cabinets are staredIn : ;1 residents.Mr and Mrs J, G. Broome with! Miss Enza Blanchard,
several areas, and different Gainesville spent Mr and Mrs. Danny Thompson
family of -
parts cf the carpentry and plas- and Sunday here with his grand cf Jacksonville were visiting Friday November 22,1968 '
work done
tic-finishlnz are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mr and Mrs W. F Moore i.
throughout the building. Johnson. and Micky during, the week. ,
They are currently walking on Mrs. George Williams and Jae Mr and Mrs Jack Wainwrlght!
an order far 139 sets of kitchen Wiggins visited their mother, and family cf Waycross. Ga.,

cabinets, bar-room-divider:, and Mrs. H. B, Wiggins, In Jacksonville Io.lie L Walnwrlght;. and son
bathroom:: vanity, for McCawan
Saturday. Michael of Tallahassee! visited
Developers in Gainesville These Howard M. Hill of Winter Mrs. T. L, Walnwright: and other BRADFORD
are for an apartment complex Park spnt Thursday through relatives through the weekend. HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM 8.00 PMRONNIE
called Glen Springs Manr. Just
; Sunday here with Ms sn and Mr and Mrs, C, E :Steln ou-
completed was an order far 100 dauthter-ln-law M;/. and Mrs. ser of Jaknvllle and Mr. and
a e t s fcr Gardenia Gardens David Johnson cf Atlanta,
Dan Hill, and daughter Mrs
Apartments, also in Gainesville. Edward Saxon, who has been Ga. were last weekend visitors
Both contracts call fr buildingthe 'working in Miami for .several cf Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. I'

cabinets and installing themin 'weeks, spent last weekend here Mr and Mrs Raymond Williams
the apartment units. with his family. Mr. and:! Mrs. and Stephen cf Atlanta
Some completed cabinets are of Eau Gallia arrived were weekend visitors of her I'I I
A G. Peps
installed before the hate: lot Is A
Thursday for several mother, Mrs, Ed Durban, over
made Mr. Davis and last .
up said home here and the weekend.Mr I rI I It
added that he expects to Install days at their ,
Saxcn family. end Mrs. L. H Hinoteof -
the first in Glen with
eight gets I II
Springs in the ft Manor i rut elght by next-apartment week, Jacksonville Joe:: Allen last hospitalized; mont: fallow Phillips Miami and are will visiting remain Mrs.through'O. J. I ? :

accident, was Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. _
building.: The buildings are in ing an
units of eight and 12 apartments able received to return:! fractured home last Jaws week., and of Simeon Moniac Phillips, Ga were and visiting son John on t t tt
These cabinets have a. treatments on jaws and Saturday.Mr. -j 'i' I iij
plastic finish:
sprayed enl'ith
will require another six and Mrs Ronnie Mc. _
wccdgraln: doors and draw teeth
Clellan Dan and Paul of Syl- : .
fronts: of rosewood< : plastic over weeks. t k M. '
teen-agers from vania Ga spent the: weekend ;
particle board, with pre-foimed Hampton Baptist Church: took; with their respective;: parents,
rounded:: edges, Laminated plas.
bowling party in Mr. and Mrs L, M. McClellan
tic counter put in a "
tops came: pre-farm-
Gainesville last Saturday evening of Lawtey and Mr, and Mrs Me- t
ed with backsplash and drlpUss t
Intermediate training Sweat of the State Farm.
front edge from the factory, and '
Adults Mr and Mrs. Frank Cruce
class and guests. rrrAr
under Mr. Davis' supervision. union
them were Mrs. and Catherine attended the fun-
are installed with the cabinetsMr. accompanying
Hamel, class leader, eral of Mr. Cruce's< aunt Mrs. t
Davis, who: retire from Melvin t
and Mrs. Mattle E. Ciuce in Perry on
Jack Green,
the Navy five years ago, and Mrs Monday. Ai :
bas been in the cabinet business Griffin
Melvin Hamel, Pastor of Mrs. Mellon! :: Privett. Mrs.
since then, moved:; here with his Rev
Hampton Baptist Church, Attended Alma Norman and Mrs. Linda. t ,
family last spring from Orlando.
the Flc/lcU; Baptist Convention Gaskms were visiting in Gaines-
At present, he has three men I
Beach from ville :en: MrnJay.
w I'klngl'lth him, and said he in Daytona I''
hopes to employ! five soon. Tuesday through: Thursday last Mr, and Mrs Waldo Prlnglsof ; : GRIGGS-Itunnillj Dark TOM: U\RKS-Tackle: 10M: EII,.\M; >-Tackle I II
STILL WAITINGON week. Worthington Springs spent
P. O. .MOVE Mr. and Mrs. William Rose Tuesday cf last week with Mr.
this week to the p:..1 Mrs Pleice,Ci' 'AS. On San-
Hampton) Pen office is still are
next t3: Mr. and Mrs. day > Cevs' visited her bro.
waiting as far as to the home
moving t I II
new building, Postmaster Mary Dewey MeCl llan. From Easley, ther-in-law and sister Mr and
Williams said: this week. They .
had been hoping ID move last with the: McClellans.yvVV .

weekend, but the shipment) of t >> M p q'MpM' ea 01 ., .. f
equipment lacked 98 boxes, and t 'YYVYYYVYYVYYY.vLAWTEY PAYROLL ENVELOPES,
they cannot move until the with or without carbon flat.-
"hole" in the panel cf boxes is Bradford County Telegraph
filled. Other office equipment is \ Fb 961-6303. I BRADFORD" HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE t

still to come, she said but except

for "the boxes they could By Eoza Blanchard September 20 Starke 26 Macclenny 0 November 1 StarJe 7 . Perry '12 .
move without it. The move will
STARKE I September 27 Open i !
be after the postoffice closes on AAAALAAAAAAAAAAAALAIAITII.INKSGII'ING November 8

a Saturday non:; -sa: come Monday SERVICEA October 4 Starke 33 St. Augustine 0 Starke 33 Fernandina 19

mrnlngr one week soon, if community Thanksgiving): BUSINESS
the old )Eostafflce::: building is service will be< held in Grace I October 11 Starke 16 Live Oak 12 November 15 Starke 3 I. Lake City 27. A

closed you'll all knew ID head United! M:thodist Church: on October Starke ,
east for:: the!: new building) Wednesday: Nov 27 at 7:30: p.m. DIRECTORYAUTO 18 13 - Bolles 0 November 22 Orange Park Home

Hampton Elementary P T A Rev Robert Yates pastor= of October 25 Starke 6 Palatka 32 November 29 .
netted $18.50 on their rummageto the Church: : of Gd1'111 be the SERVICE t Bishop Kenny Away t tt
be added to funds earned< speaker. Churches participatingare
sale at the city hall Saturday Church of God Evergreen

from the Hallowe'en Carnivallast Baptist Church First Baptist, Gilbert S. Brown This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters--
month Working at the rum Grace United Methodist Highland t t
mage sale for the PTA were Baptist, and Northside Standard Oil Service Station
Dolores: Meng, Ruth Meng, Mrelene Campbell and Janice quested to attend! TIRES & BATTERIES BE A TORNADO BOOSTER MALLARD'S 5 & 10
Hall Any usable "rummage"left CHURCH ACTIMTIFS Budget Terms Road Service Kentucky Fried Chicken I
from Saturday's sale, Mrs. United Grace Methodist: Sun- PIIOVE 964-7071 SEE YOU AT THE GAMEWoodburn's Your Friendly Store

Meng said, will be given to the day school 9:45.: Worship 11 407 N. Temple Starke Gem Jewelry I After The Game We'll Be Open See Us First for Values

ccjnty::;: health: depaitment.In a. m.. and 7:30p.m.: Choir 301 NORTH ,
t 113 E. Call St.
case your schedule won't practice Wednesday 7:30: pin HURST'SSHELL Starke
allow for a trip to> the mountainsto Follow: by MYF 8 p.m.
see the colorful leaves about First Baptist: Sunday: School Lers..All Support the Team ComplimentsCOMMUNITY
this time of year try a drive 9:45: Worship: 11 a.m., and 7:30 Service StationGas t STARKE STATE BANK ALL NEW t
cut State Road 325, or Road 18 p.m.. Training Union: 6:30: p.m, 1969 DODGE NOW AT
past Hampt on1 Lake, where there Midweek: services Wednesday:! Oil Lubrication SUPPLY Member F. D. I. C. J. E. HARDY
are several spots; cf colorful 7:30: p.mChurch, Goodyear Tires & Batteries AUTO SALES
trees turning with the touch of cf God: Sunday School ROAD SERVICE t 1320 NEAT Temple t
frost that hit last ;week, The 10 a.m.. Warship 11 a.m and 301 and 100 Starke Luck!
dazzle of yellow' chrysanthe- 7'30 p.m., YFA Wednc;d.ay 7;.30 .

t Then Try Our Food HURST'S SHELL Best of Luck -- BIG RED! I

The Meeting Place Before and CARL HURST

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? Be a Booster for the Tornadoes "YES, YES GOOD LUCK TO. BUS"NOEGEL'S
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t Gulf Products, Goodyear Tires, Phone SERVICE 9647971 STATION Walnut at 301 S. Compliments I

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along. the K.B. WaLtrS p.m,
fence mums line Is a good 8ubstlt1lte Highland Baptist: Sunday 11-tea-- .. -----u---EEl..vl .--.+.ila 1. Im .iwN11E 1 _..N.tala IlJ ... -- :
for sunshine on a Rlc:my as well as! the se at the Anton n.m and:! 8 p.m., Choir Practice I
Zacek home on Highway 7 p m. Prayer meeting' Wednes
By Mrs. D. E. Hill 301. day 8 pm. Tie: Revival began Let's AU
Remembering this week Is Monday 7:30: p.m. and Is continuing ) Go To The

I HAMPTON MILLWORK SHOPA city clean UP week and rubbish \
GOING CONCERNCabinets will be Picked TIP Friday and The Extension Homemakers ()
Saturday. Nov. 23 and 24. If it Club of Law toy met with the
I from lumber to home
I is piled along' the street where agent Miss Martha: Sue McCain
Installation is the concern of
easily loaded. Moss in Starke Thursday morning of
I It can be
George W. Davis, whose Hampton
and branch from last wesk last week with ten present Miss I)
millwork shop moved six:
wind and rain makes yards looK McCain presented the programand
months ago into the formerly In a hurry, and homeowners after the business session,
empty building Just east of the are asked t.-pick UP the :hostess served cockles. and FOOTBALL GAME
railroad tracks in Hampton.An wellas II
the street area In front spiced tea.
addition. 20 by 30 feet at
their yards It has Just been learned that
the back of his present building:,
Mr and Mrs > D Mrs. HEnry B. Bennett, who wasa
is planned as soon as possible,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold resident here for ..severalyeal's.
Mr. Davis said. Using one I
Chastain and family and Mr.and hu been injured in a
cement-blosk wall already extended
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chas- fall and is in a nursing homeIn
alng one slis. this will tain and family in Jackson Ala., Jacksonville. She: would, appreciate I

give additional working area from Thursday to Monday last hearing from :her friends Tdoes Park I
and theesent) room fart.sst:
week. They Iso spent the day in here HEr address is J418 Margaret vs.
to the west is to be kept for Sunflower. Ala. with: the Carl Street. Jacksonville.
storage. V.'lt'.i: his prsssnt shortage :
Beck family, former Hamptonresidents Miss! Art ul'lne Blanchard of
of s.ce; he said, materialsand
Jacksonville spent the weekend
finished cabinets are stared I
Mr and Mrs. J. G Broome with Miss Enza Blanchard.
in several and different
areas of Gainesville spent Mr and Mrs. Danny Thompson I
and family
parts cf the carpentry and plas-
Sunday here with his grandparents cf Jacksonvllla were visitingMr November .
tic-finishing work are done Friday 22,1968

throughout They are currently building.working on Johnson.Mrs George, Mr. Williams and Mrs.and Dan Joe and Mr.. Micky and and Mrs.Mrs.during Jack W.the Wainwright F week., Moore I tIt t-

an order fr: 139 sats of kitchen
Wiggins visited: their mother and family of Waycrcas Ga.,
cabinets, bar-rcom-divlder, and
Mrs. H. B Wiggins, In Jacksonville Louie: L. Wainwright: and son
bathroom vanity for McCowan
Saturday. Michael of Tallahassee! visited
Developers in Gainesville. These Howard M. Hill of Winter Mrs. T, L. Wainwright: and other
are for an apartment complex BRADFORD HIGH
called Glen Springs Manr. Just Park spent Thursday through: relatives through! the we kend. SCHOOL STADIUM 8:00 P.M.
Sunday here with his son and Mr and Mrs. C. E. Stein: ou.
completed order for 100
was an dauhter-ln-law, Mr. and:! Mrs. ser of Jaknvil)3) and:! Mr. and
a e t s for Gardenia Gardens
Don Hill and dajgnter. Mrs. David Johnson; cf Atlanta,
Apartments, also in Gainesville
Edward Saxon, who has been Ga. were last weekend visitors
Both contrasts call fr buildingthe It
working In Miami for ,several cf Mr and Mrs. O. J. Anders.
cabinets and installing themin
weeks, spent last weekend herewith Mr. and:! Mrs. Raymond Williams -
the apartment units.
:his family. Mr. and Mrs and Stephen:: cf Atlanta.
Some completed cabinets are of Eau Gallte arrived were weekend visitors of her
A O. Peps ItI
Installed before the whole lot is
made up Mr. Davis said, and last Thursday for several mother Mrs Ed Durban, over --"'< d..4. .. .
here, and the weekend.Mr. .
at their horns I I It
added days
that he expects to install
family. and Mrs L, H. Hlnoteof
the Saxcn
the first eight sets' in Glen with r
joe Allen, hospitalized In Miami are visiting Mrs. 0, J. I I
Springs Manor by next week, -
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in the first i eight-apartment Jacksonville last; month: fallow- Phillips and will. remain throughThanksa'lvlnll' ;: ij Q _
accident was Mr. and Mrs
building. The buildings are in Ins an automobile ,r..
.. :
last week. Simeon Phillips and John
horns son
units of eight and 12 apart. able to return:! 6
Jaws andwir of Maniac, Ga. I
were visiting
ments. These cabinets have a He received fractjred on f
treatments on Jaws and Saturday. ,
plastic finlih: sprayed en with
teeth will require another six Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Me- : i-
wdgraln: doors and drawer-
Clellan Dan and Paul of Syl-
fronts; of rcs?'wc:1;: plastic over weeks. t
Eighteen teenagers f ro m vanta. Ga. spent tore: weekend t
particle t board: with pre-formed
rounded: edges Laminated plastic Hampton Baptist Church took with their respective;: parents,
party in Mr. and Mrs L M. McClellan,
counter tops: come prsfsrmed part in a bowling
with backsplash and drlplsss Gainesville last Saturday evening of Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs Me- I t.

front edg from the factory, and the Intermediate .training Sweat of the State Farm. t
Adults Mr and Mrs. Frank Cruce
under Mr. Davis' supervision union class and guests. ww ,
them were Mrs. and Catherine attended the funeral -
are installed with the cabinetsMr. *
Melvin Hamel class leader, of Mr. Cruce's aunt Mrs. f r
Davis who retires from
and Mrs Mattie E. Cruce In IR t
the Navy five years ago, and Mrs. Jack Green, Monday. Perry on
has been in the cabinet business Griffin
since then moved here with his Rev Melvin Hamel Pastor of Mrs Melson Privett, Mrs.
Church, Attended Alma Merman; and Mrs. Linda t ;
family last spring from Orlando.At Hampton: Baptist .k'.1( t
present, he has three men the Flc.-lda Baptist Convention Gaskets were visiting !in Gainesville I JJ 5.y ) i
Beach from en MnJay.
working with him and ,said he : in Daytona __
Thursday last Mr. and:! Mrs. Waldo Prlngls
hopes: to emriljy! five Tuesday: through; :
STILL WAITINGON wEek. of Wcrthingtn. Springs spent: t r.IUGGS-Running Hark TOM: J\URK8-Tackle 1OM EILANO-Tackle t tt

P. O. .MOVE: Mr'and Mrs. William Rose Tuesday cf last weak with Mr.
moving this: week to the P.1: Mrs Pierce*Crews. On San-;
Hampton: Pest office Is still are
home next to Mr. and MM. day fie Crews': visited:! her bro
waiting as far as moving to the
new building, Postmaster MaryWilliams Dewey McClllan.: From Easley ther-in-law: and sister Mr. and t ,

said this week. They S. C.?, they; hav2 been staying Mr'. Shaw and family In LaCios.se -

had been hoping to move lastweekend w'ith tae McClellans. .

but the shipment 01 Y'Vno/n..mr t v M t1 "p" df ap II"), ". .' .r f fI I
equipment lacked 98 boxes: and n..I' PAYROLL ENVELOPES..
they cannot move until the with or without carbon flat.-
"hole" in the panel of boxes is Bradford County Telegraph
filled. Other office equipment Is LAWTEYBy Ph 9646305. BRADFORD-HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE t
still ta: come she said but except -
for the boxes they could Enzft Blanchard I September 20 Starke 26 '
move without it. The move will MaccJenny 0 November 1 StarJe 7 . Perry 12 ,

be after the postoffics closes ona AAAAAAAAAA&AA&AAAAA5ATII.tXKSGiVING >> STARKE September 27 Open November 8

Saturday noon-so, com Man- SERVICEA October 4 Starke 33 St. Starke 33 Fernandina 19 ,
day mruing one week soon if ccmmunlty Tl-anksglving! : BUSINESS AugustIne 0

the old pstoma; :: building is service will t be held in Grace t October 11 Starke 16. Live Oak 12 November 15 Starke 3 I. Lake CIty 27. j
closed, you'll all knew
to head United Mthodist Church' on
east for the!: new building! Wednesday Nov 27 at 7:30: p.m. DIRECTORYAUTO October 18 Starke 13 . Bolles 0 j November 22 Orange Park _ Home ,

Hampton Elementary P T A Rev. Robert Yates pastor of October 25 Starke 6 .
netted $18.50 on their rummage the Church: cf Gd will be the SERVICE t Palatka 32 November 29 Bishop Kenny Away
to be added t
: to funds earned speaker. Churches!: participatingare
sale at the city hall Saturday, Church of God. Evergreen

from the Hallowe'en Carnival Baptist Church, First Baptist, Gilbert S. Brown This Space Sponsored By The
last month. Working: at the rummage Grace United Methodist, Highland t Following Tornado Boosters i

sal for the PTA were Baptist, and Northslde Standard Oil Service Station

Dolores Meng, Ruth.Meng Mer- Baptist The community Is re- ATLAS JOIN THE CROWD
jrelene Campbell, and Janice quested to attend. TIRES & BATTERIES BE ENJOY DELICIOUS MALLARD'S 5 & 10
Hall Any usable "rummage"left CHURCH ACTIVITIES Budget Terms! Road Service t BOOSTER Kentucky Fried Chicken I
from Saturday's sale, Mrs. United Grace Methodist! : Sun- PHONE 964-7071 SEE YOU AT THE GAMEWoodburn's Your Friendly Store ,
Meng said:!, will be given to the day Schol! ; 9:45: Worship 11 407 N. Temple Starke After The Game We'll Be Open
cjnty; lualt'n: department.In a. m.. and 7:30: p.m., Chair Gem Jewelry 301 NORTH See Us First for Values j

case your schedule won't prActice Wednesday 7:30: p.m. HURST'SSHELL I 113 E. Call St. Starke I
allow for a trip to the mountains Follower:! by MYF 8 p.m. ,

to see the colful leaves about First Baptist: Sunday: School Lefs,All Support the Team Compliments
this time of year try a drive 9:45.: War.-hip: 11 a.m., and 7:30: SEE TilE ALL NEW
cut State Road 325 or Road 18 p.m., Training Union 6:30: p.m. Service StationGas t STARKE BUILDERS COMMUNITY STATE BANK 1969 DODGE NOW AT t

past Hamptn'Lnke; where there Midweek! services Wednesday Oils Lubrication SUPPLY Member
are several spots; of colorful 7:30: p.m.Church. Goodyear Tires &: Batteries F. D. I. C. J. E. HARDY AUTO SALES

trees turning with the touch of cf God: Sunday School ROAD SERVICE t
frost that hit last week The 10 a,m.. Warship 11 a.m., and 301 and 100 starke 1320 N. Temple $

dazzle of yellow chrysanthe- 7:30: p.m.,. YFA Wednesday 7:30: EAT 'EM UP TORNADOESGood Luck!

t Then Try Our Food HURST'S SHELL Best of Luck as BIG RED! j


Meeting Place Before and

21 ovu MODUS t After the' Game U. S. 301 & S. R. 100 Starke, Fla. SUPPLY 1 i.

t Goodman's Service Station Be a Booster for the Tornadoes "YES. YES GOOD LUCK TO BUS"NOEGEL'S i.


t Gulf) Products, Goodyear Tires SERVICE STATION I
Phone 964-7971 Walnut at 301 S. Compliments

t Batteries U-Haul Trucks and Trailers

CONatIYC110N Era! lfI 105 E.l'tfADISONSTREET BEST WISHES Faulkner's1 Guff & U-Haul $

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loll Temple Ave. Ph. 964-5899
-- A. J. THOMAS Realtor
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?, +,..,.J jJ SERVICE STATION We're Proud of Our Coaches and Team We're Behind You 100% Get Your

THAN IT DOES TODAY. n Class Ring Now af I
N..horn. hav 'Incrtotvd 'w STARKE 66 SERVICE ,
cotH lubitanHally [nc lea Ian y ar ...... _
and lhUr.ndwdf' ...,... __ w WILLIAMS
11 SMOIT VIAlS cantlnu Tad advantage of print J Off Time JEWELRY
IOPAr Buy at today'*low,ark*.-and watch th.valut of your ham.. DEN/MraAKR/Kck
incraat at conitruction cottt qao -. "Your Reliable Dependable Jeweler"

@fJ Gip[ s a e E JG g gOICIS COMPANY ANDREWS DRUGS Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe

IN MI Th. 'lack of will .
mortgage money nOlb.op.obl.mwh.nyouchaa. Jim Walter to buildOUOw1N0 t
IOCAMONIJiektoBTtlll : your now ham.. Millions or. available for mortgage financing Stop by th. n.o,", Com pitmen t a Highway 301 North
Jim Walter office today for complete' Information Why wail? GO BIG RED STARKE FLORIDA
Fla. S2205 Spectoltfll Building S'ecoMd1IoMceCol ':lgu I SUPPLY Your Fashion Leader Pecans, Candy and Gifts ,
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10,000 "meal worms" she was area, building his own aquaria without his efforts the project.
Some there are who just cant for the flamboyant.How on 5th Avenue in New York. carrying on the subway to feed and peddling rare fish to out might never have been born
f be dismissed from this earthly our Billy Rose finally It was during this time that ti .r. their birds at the fair, was lets in North Florida.He Billy always wanted to "dla
k environment with a. routine obi left New York and came to he made headlines In practically knocked from her hands, breaking often! said he didn't make with his boots on," and he almost -

tuary.. Their colorlul lives and spend the last two decades of every dally newpaper la. the open and sending. subway much money at !It, but it supple did just that. Returning to
I off-beat personalities defy aucb Ids colorful life on an oak-chad country when a pet chimpanzee > passengers Into near hysteria, merited Ms meagre Income his car one day from making a
I casual treatment. ed hill overlooking Lake Geneva for which he bad just paid with all that slithering sllml and kept him busy. That was delivery of tropical fish to

I Such a one was peppery little Is almost as unbelievable $800 broke out of Its cage and! ness under loot the. main thing la Billy's estimation Gainesville, he suffered a hemorrhage -

I,; Billy Rose. of Keystone as the little guy himself. caused pandemonium among Marital: (and. financial settle --keeping busy. from, an ulcer, but
Heights who died last week at After serving In World WarI 6,000 spectators along 5th Avenue ment) troubles, and ill healthfinally To some lie was, perhaps "too managed to make it home. Soon

81. as a motorcycle dispatch until It was finally shot brought Billy, on doctor's busy" a "thorn In the side" thereafter he was transferredto
Born eight decades ago to rider In France Billy returned (over Billy'a protest) by a corps orders, to the sunny climate of and a "worry wart" to a few the medical center In Gainesville
Leeds England Billy came with home and turned his effervescent of police and SPCA :representatives. St. Petersburg but he still when he get his energies In one where the end came

ibis parents to ttis country at i energies to the entertainment sought a quiet spot for raising direction. He never knew the November 12.
tender age. and grew up In the field. Using the motorcycle Billy's next venture was a I animals, birds, and fish. A meaning of-the word quit. One Billyhad a funeral: that
environs of New York. Some* expertise gained on his "Canary and Bird Circus" at friend told him) about Keystone of his last major accomplish. would have met his approval,

where along the line he abed assignment.! overseas, he origin- the New York World's (Fair In Heights and. there he landed, ments was the organization, almost with Cantor Jack Zucker of

the name William Rosenblum. ated' that popular attraction of 1939 and this also made headlines !come 20 years ago, bought his slnglehanded, of an Gainesville, performing the
t given to him at birth and ad- fairs and carnivals the motor. when a teen-age employee five of Billy's monkeys broke {home on a hill and started raising American Legion Post at Key- Jewish rites.
opted the shortened version drome-and touted the countryfor with whom he had quarreled out of a baggage compartment parakeets. Disappointed In tone Heights. This brought One thing: we knowwhere-
Billy Rose-not to be confused several years with his daredevil broke Into the place during the In Pennsylvania Station, while! the profits from this venture, some disappointment to Billy ever Billy Is now It Is a livelier

with, the Billy Rose of New riding elbow. Eventually night turning the birds and, In transit, and even the them he turned to tropical fish, and later when things. didn't alwaysgo place for his being there..
York World's :Fair Aquacade tiring of the transient We. Billy animals out of their cages, and !Mrs Rose ((01 whom there have developed one of the largest to his liking, but even his That restless spirit can never
fame, though both men were decided to settle down, and creating bedlam In general. been several) got her share of operations of this type In the detractors would not deny that be stilled. '
master showmen with a Halt opened a pet and nature .shop There was another time when headlines when a package of

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Keystone HilitesBy / t T Indians Lose The Big One, 41-0 Airpark PoliticsHit

JIM FOX : To Crescent City Last FridayBy By Starnes

Please Phone in Your Items 473-414

r r Mike Chitty later Jeff Keene! took a pass

UOMAN'S: CLUB NEWS Following the luncheon and The Keystone High School Indians from quarterback Jim Brad- Meet
Members! and: guests of the lecture. President Ethel! Way- were unable! to move shaw in for the second score. At Aero Club

Woman's Club: enjoyed: part two man called the business meeting against the overwhelming! power Again the PAT was no good.
cf a pressntatian given by Alfred to order. Plans! were discussed of the Crescent City Rebels last and with Just 32 seconds left In
fcr the Christmas party: to be lost "the the quarter, the Rebels led 120. Hy Norman :Morgan from
Watson on the History of Friday night, as they ed sue1! cooperation everygroup
Keystone Heights." Ths p.-sgram; held on DEC 5. It was decidedto big one" by a 41-0 margin: This Keystone finally got rolling, \ Mayor Ray Staines voiced regrets i 1'1 Koyatjne.
was held last Tuesday at the have light refreshments: at was tabbed "The Big One," by and moved to the Rebel 23, that discordant: feelings! Stamps and Airport: Commit
new clubhouse: Mr. Watson: who the party Instead of having theregular Coach Roy Bayless because U; only to lose the ball on downs. exist among area flyers hunters tee chairman Charles Donahue:
ccvered-dish Ijncnean.. Keystone: a The Rebels moved: to their 43 and City Council members, invit"d to the Aer3
1s a local business man, :oriented could have given Rites had been
his dlscussin to fasts and Mr. Tom Norwsd: ::: chairmanfor seat in the District Title play! where Mike Fu.iderburk! recovered Military during discussion at a meeting Club meeting tit discuss with
anecdotes related to Keystone'sdevelopment the nomination' committee, a fumble to give-the Indians of the Keystone: Heights Aero pilot members the problems

; from 1330 to the presented the fallowing slate of off.Keystone got off to a bad their first break. But, Club Tuesday night posib.litles.: and future of the
present dates. officers to ba voted: en at the start as' they were unable to Ernest Freeman stopped the Held TuesdayFor "I regret! very much to see Keystone: AiiparkDonohos .
meeting: Gordon Baker he Intercepted" on his friction In: a small community
January Indians as
The account covered four move after receiving! the openIng t:>lth\ group he
main fa::'...s for growth! of our president: A, P. Hallman, first kick-off. Crescent City took own 25. Keystone's biggest plaY develop" as this/: has Starnes feels fiat: an airport: committee
vice-president; Mrs. M. Wilcox, ball came when Jerry Tumor: returned said. I feel that In 2,700 acres and ,
town, Including the! fallowing: over as they returned the CpL CooperFuneral composed: : of two flyers
Mrs C, from his of land there Is room for everybady. -
the Rebels' punt
second vice-president; line. :
The establishment! of Gold to the Keystone! yard three buiinet'men-( .
Bicktord secretary: Julius Hanson Deer Taken 40, to about: the Rebel 5. However : |
Head Branch State Park; new Five plays later Ernest Clueinon/ ? plot: from; Starke,
treasurer: and: M.-s Emily it called back on an services with military In reference: to lengthy: debates
first was .
and imi;rvsd: roads; electricity ran across for his : could be the solution: I f for keeping
provided by REA faclllttes; B.Isan: corresponding: secretary. In BlandingLast touchdown of the evening. The Illegal procedure" penalty and honors at the graveside were on the Sportsmen's Club the city: in better touch :
and the obstruction of two Da Nsmlnatlons from the: floor will Saturday PAT was no good and with the India were fun! stopped held at 2 p.m. Tuesday for: Cpl. lease that have plagued! this with airport: operation!: regarding .
be accepted at the January after moving to t t." 35 of the Gary Cooper: son of Mr. and year's council meeting, the
Pent plants In the: Camp Bland 6:27: left in the! first quarter, aviation: fac.l.tici and: revenue :
1\1.3 'P. Denmark of Little Lake where they! took: over Mrs. Kenneth of Mayor commented. "It Is' regrettable
Ing area. meeting the Rebels had a 6-0 lead. The Rebels : : Cooper Keystone product I : ig commercial: us. : I
Mrs.Henry Sshuber, publicity Game Day will not be held in Geneva is pictured! with a six- Indians were unable to move The Rebels moved to tl'-ir 47. Heights who was killed that It got"I fouled: up age '

chairman !lar the Woman'sClub, November and December due to point, 90-pound buck brought the second! time they! had the before Woody: Maron rocovered:: (In action in Vietnam on November ( into a political: thing and add. Aero Club:! president Wally : '
said this week that the present holiday activities. home from a hunting expedition: ball and punted back to the 8 a fumble to: give; tV"> Indians a 8. ed "Last January first I recommended : Fordyce concurred with Donor :

'ntlon was most Interesting and:\, SERVICE MEN'S CORNERThe In the Camp Bla.idi.ng: Wildlife yard line. However the Rebels fourth and: 40 on their: own 20 Cpl. Cooper: 21. was born: In that we take the airport hac's: RiiBBPstion to include! a : !
Management Area last Satur yard line The Rebels returned! Rochester, I.id. July 23, 1947. : out of political :hands I
enlightening. She expressed tatclub's : following are addressesfor were ready to roll and 9 plays on Starkf pilot: ,on the committee; :
appreciation; '! for M.-. Wat local boys: who will not be day. the ball to the 50. then'!! Jerry He moved: to fie: K-ystoie: : area not a single unclman": sup :as .a !lumber of Starka nyen' I
son allowing the club this time home' for the holidays. Please Turner intercepted and returned !1".1 i jearano With h.parent: *, ported me UI:: thl,. u.-: t t'!'" airpmt: tacllity. HawPVP : : I I
the: ball to his 40. as the half whj reside on Lv>k Brooklyn. Starnes explu.t'd; that, having be'lleved \
from his busy schedule save these! addresses for( your \ :'. Mayor; Sta ies said he >
"OPERATION REASSURANCE Christmas mailing\ list: Schools RecommendedFor ended with Crescent City lead- He was a graduate of Kcystjne nj active C :amb i of Commerce thp! fe"li'i: ,)f the Keystone '
The recent experler.css; of John Martin, RVAH 9 cAd New High Ing 120. H.'IR'lt. Hgh: Schiri' ]. wh ere he In Keystone Height. the community in general t''
The second half was almost was in iiitUandlnn at'ilte. and city need, the bucking: of "very 1
several elderly people, residingin min i, FPO Sai Francisco !6601> : would b? to ke-p airport con ,
cur community has led toorganizing 485 Geela completely dominated by the club In the community: and acknowledged .
Jack Terrell
Staff Sgt.
a program designed Sq. APO San Francisco: 96326; Green Cove And KeystoneNew Rebels, as they took over on iiontinued: On Next 1'1f1,1; } : (hat he had reC IV- >.itinuod! From Page Sixteen) ,

ta: be of service ID tae:' elderlyor : : Corp. Gary Potts 2300529 2d Bn their own 4H when the kick-ot ... -
111 residents: living alone. 1st Marine Corp Fox Co. FPO went out of bounds. Four plays
Members of the Woman's club San Francisco 96602; SuS! Rowan high schools for Green owners, according to an agree later Freeman" scampered; in
who will organiza and head t.ils Thomas ER 1495335. 190th Aviation Cove and Keystone Heights! an ment made at time for the third T. D. of the game OUTBOARD -i
service Include. elementary school for Orange of the property Freeman then added the PAT
Mrs. Amy Mc- APO San: Francisco !U6227 the Alexander, school LEONARD'S
Ruth !
completion Mrs
Elrath Mrs Rcbert Hack and and Lt. Rhett S. Fox 05344191! Park and with 10:20: left In the third

Mrs Alma Frost Anycne interested Co. C.. 2d Bn.. 16th Inf. 1st. I if. Orange Park the H.gh recommendationsmade School will lunch supervisor warned that (Continued On Next Page) SHOPYour

in learning: more: about: Div.. APO San Francisco 96343. be among weeks by the payrolls for lunch service go up
this project, please contact: one Please bi! sure to: contact: this: In several recently In February, because of the:'
of the above members. reporter: during the week ;o that state survey team which new federal minimum wage DealerOneHalf
schools JOHNSON
County Local
IIA REST FOOD SAl E additional; addresses: can be included advised standards.
The annual: pre.hahdi: ) y sale! of in next week's column:: the School Board was

cakes pies and other :bake: CUB SCOUT PACK 305:; Monday erintendent.by Jesse The old P. Tynes Clay ,High sup Mile North of Keystone Heights on S. R. 21 !

goods will be sponsored: by theWoman's The regular monthly pack will be made into a middle Four Compete
Club on WednesdayNov. :!! meeting t: will be held earlier than: include
27, at the Post Oflice entrance usual so t that: parents will be school,6 through probably::> 8.to <'For Two Posts
starting at R:30:: a. m. able to attend the PTA meeting the Countycan
"I don't see how
new bond issue, CouncilEntering
a On
Julius Hansa::: will be In chargeof The Duplicate Bridge Club, escape federal and
the sala.CONSERVATION. sponsored!: by the! Keystone: Tynes salld.
Heights Woman's Club meets! state monies for available these improvement July 1, the race for two AUTO I
will be
J. H. Herbert of the: University every Monr'av: ever.lng: at the Keystone: city council posts are II
but although state com SERVICE I
of Florida wW be the: gue.tspeaker dubh:>IJe: Play begins promptly 1969 It isn't A, R, Marwlck, a newcomer to
at t the regular monthly at 7:30: and Is open to the mitments that may Clay Increase County can pay city politics, and former city Complete Auto RepairsAir .. I II II II
luncheon meeting! !! of fie: Worna.Vs public. likely without clerk Joyce G. Baker with Incumbents Conditioning Repairs I
share of the program
: Club. Mr Herbert will Last week's winners were: Everett R. Fox and,
bonds & Automatic
speak to the g.""IP on the! im- First place with 13 !:J:1ts!: Mr. new and official recom- Charles H. Donohoe: both seeking
Complete! Service
portance and! necessity: for: conservation : and Mifi.; Fremont Tolles: survery re-election on the December I
: of our natural envi Second: place with: 9'apo'nts.: Mr. menddatlons of available the for ballot PHONE 473-1401&
ronment. and MM. Aubrey Bamlstar! : and team will not City council: unanimously accepted Little Lake Bedford t4L

The meeting and lunc'iasn: will third place with 8 !paints: Mrs. several The! board weeks.decided that the candidate: petitions from I

be held on Tuesday: Nov. 26. Joe: Dey aid Jim Fox. Head Start program sponsoredby Marwlck, Mrs. Baker Donohoa: ; BEAUTY SHm-

Members are Invited to attend JU JOR'OIA'II'S: :' "I.UB the Office of Economic Opportunity and Fox at a special meeting __
the/: luncheon at 12:30.: The regular busing's meetingof : can be conducted: Monday. Keystone voters will KEYSTONEBEAUTY
KKJ.LOUSIIIICLUB the .Jun! Wama' Club of the four to two I
:>r } ; was In wing' of the elect two
The! local fell wshlp! Club met! held last Thursday evening at next Charles summer E. Bennett a School, while year terms on the council: SHOP I I I

on Thursday. Nov. 14, for a t the clubhou"5. Plans: were discussed program planned December 3. Polls will open at 1969 Sea Trek 15' Bow Rider
the summer
covered dish: luncheon: and business for the Christmas partyto in another part of 7 a.m. at the municipal building EDITH JOHNSON, Owner
there Is\
mejt'ig.' at the Masonic: be held Dec 13 for mem- and close at 7 p.m Personal and Creative Hair Styling }-
Hall. Forty-four: members were bers and their guest As of the building and Associates was Those planning to vote by absentee Every Form of Beauty 1969 Gator Trailer
present to hear Dr. Frank Philpott this Allen Fry make applications Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-5: closed
/ must
writing Pres. DotFarils: said with ballot
:: retired physical; education that the pla-j; had not: been authorized liminary plans to: proceed for bext phaseof pre- with city clerk Vlrgle i Monday. 1968 Johnson 55 HP Motor
professor at the! University of least five days prIOr
Homer at
Florida. UoiUlnued On Next 1'111,11; School the! Orange for which Park money Senior High:was! to election: day. Absentee! ballots -I NURSERY ALL FOR

must be returned and rs-

How To recently Although released.requests! for a number eel':ed: by the city clerk by I( D.C. Carnes Nursery Equipped With : Top) Steering, Bow Cover ONLY

TH4T4 WI4y\I Is of bids on audio-lingual materials p.m. December 3. 100, Florahome 659-2165
removec! Hwy. Sleeper Seats!' Glove Box With
A list of names Bow Cushions!!,
mailed, only one Stock of
were Nursery' _- Thousands
Get There! from the city voter reglstratioi I :.
company replied. Tynes recom- the city council las Plants St Fruit Trees to choose Lock Padded Motor Well, Running Lights, $$16 9 5
mended that the bid of $1.983.-> from Shade Trees Evergreens &
at th<
80 be budget accepted.A : amendment. resolu municipal week will building be posted and on th<:; \Landscape CAMELLIAS Plants In AZALEAS containers. Ski Eyes, Remote Controls, 12 Volt Batteryand

Going: in the tion to pay $4,500 for the spec. bulletin board at the post office! Box:!:, Trailer Turn Signals & Tie-Down ,
direc- The list includes those! wh<) Let Us Do Your Landscaping
right lal child program was approved. No Trades At
'- tion on the have moved and not residue I Strap .
within the city limits for sb l;t USED CARS This Price
right road is It was voted to execute a i

""-. .. basic to getting deed to return the! Penney r mon hs.
t where FArms School to its original I Hanks Used Cars
1969 Johnson Motors Now On DisplayWe
;,, you want to I BIG CASH DISCOUNT

got! I BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE BUY -TERDIS SELL TRADERT. Still Have a Few 1968 Johnsons With 2-Year. War-

If your destination is financial security, the t, BOX 90
surest' way to get there fastest is via a savings account Open Under New Management Hwy 100, 8 Mlle S. Starke ranty at Special Close-out Prices!

In this bank. Every deposit is another mile EDDIE CARDENAS OWNER

stone in the RIGHT direction. Further speeding CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST

is the liberal interest now paid on PLYWOOD LUMBER ;
your progress cc Winchester and Remington Guns
savings here. Start moving NOW! BUILDER'S HARDWARE THAT ALL YOUR II :


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will start at 8 p.-m. mented at a shower given by The One pastor officiating. Interment KINDERGARTENTOURS ANTI-LITTERBUG DAY
KEYSTONE Lose Big, Heights DAIRY
HERE N' THERE Mrs. Robert: Hayes, at her homeon Indians followed in Keystone SET FOR SATURDAYSaturday
Mrs. Theordore Jung, of Kew Little Lake Keystone. Mrs. Cemetery, with, military hon Preschool:: students! from the
HILITES Gardens in caring DeWitt C. Jones Funeral JI skett Kindergarten visited Nov. 23 will be Anti-
Lcng Island, spent Hayes was assisted ors.
the past two:: weeks at the: home:: for.the guests by her daughter, To Crescent City By 41-0 Home was in charge of ar- Carlton's Dairy in Hawthorn3 Litterbug Day in Keystone
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schubn- Dana. Guests included the hon- .rangt'ments. Tuesday for a tour of the milking Heights, sponsored by, the Garden -
1Prpnt Preceedlna Pager of Clover Lane. Mrs. Jung l> oree's mother Mrs. E. R. Mc and bottling plants, conduct:: Club of the Lakes The Boy
Mrs. Schuber's sister. Lean, Mrs. William Beam Jr. [tFrom Proceeding Page I of 13 for 73 yards passing. KHS ed by general manager Bill Scouts, under direction of Scoutmaster -
Lt. John Bird, formerly of and MM. William Beam Sr., quarter the Rebels led 190. 1 lost 3 fumbles opposed: to 2 for Carlton and plant manager M. Steve Moore, will pick
finalized concerning the party Syracuse N. Y. and now residing the groom's mother and grandmother After Keystore returned the I Crescent City. Perhaps the Brooks up trash in the city on thU day..

A'Mititlsial! !! !: details! will be givenat | at Fort Gordon: Ga., was! a respectively. kick-off only to Its 16, Sorrel I the, brightest part of the frame . . . . . ., . . ..
.. Later date. weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. On Saturday evening, Nov. 16, recovered a fumble to give the :for Keystor was the puntingby -- .
Mrs. Farris said that tile Junl. John Bird and family. Lt. BirdIs Mr. and Mrs. E. R. McLean Rebels a first down on tM Keystone 1 SandY Oray'on, who kicked .
or Woman's Club will conductth Mr. Bird's nephew. entertained their daughter, Nancy 15 yard line. Jack WindI I 6 tlm s for a 39.7 average. .
,- annual March of Dimes for Mrs. Ruth Zowarka...of-Runge, ardher fiance Marshall gate took the ball from the We'll all be looking for the .
Keystore.:: :: area Pre: prssidant Texas, and her sister, Mrs. Hale Beam with a buffet dinner at Rebels two plays later on an Indians to bounce back with a .
will! sc. this drive. Residents of the area visiting Mrs. Zawarka's: son neva. Guests for:: the occasion hands four times then, with this Frldav. The Indian now .
will be called upon to assist It and daughter-in-law, Mr. and included Mr and Mrs. D W. Keystone deep In its own territory hold a 7-0-2 record In Class C .
the eJoor-to-dcor: campaign. If Mrs. Jim Zowarka. During their Jamar and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hollbroclc recovered a competition for the season .
you would like to volunteer your stay the ladles! have enjoyed McLean both of Jacksonville fumble) on the 5 yard line of Crescent City Is undefeated In .
services! for this worthy cause, touring the scenic: parts of Flor Mr. and Mrs. William Beam, Keystone. Then Freeman ran In Class B this season, and have
please contact Mrs. Farrls. ida. |I1Irs. Sr., Mr aid Mrs. William for the fourth TD his( third of had only 6 points scored against
The annual Turkey shoot, \ Jim Peterson and children Bam Jr., Miss Laurie Beam, the (garnet, and added the PAT them I ICO Rain rain
pcn:: orsd by Junior: Woman's were weekend guests of Billy Beam Miss Bonnie Mc- and the Rebels led 26.0 with 21 INDIANS! ,
Club, as held Saturday morning: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kline of Lean. Miss Patti McLean and seconds left In the third quarter.
on Hlghwpv! 21, in the vacant lot Ocala. David and Kennv McLean. Mike King caught! a touch- .
next to the Jiffy store Mrs. Miss Ruby Owens and Mrs. NEW DEADLINE down pass from:: Bradshaw to
Bob Stanley, the! general chairman Cathy BaUon, both of Spartan- Starling with this week's column raise the score ta: 33-0 with For Cpl. Cooper : go away;
far the event said that the! burg S. C., ad Leroy Syracuse, we will complete: our 7:35: left in the same.: Just a : '
proceeds will be used far the of Greenville S. C., were gusts news on Sunday ,evening rather mi-iute and a !half later, quarterback Military Rites .
club's Community service pro at the home of Mrs. Bess Gros- than delaying until Monday Donrle Baker was .
jects. berg last week. On Saturday afternoon. We hops: that our caught in the end zone for a [From Proceeding Page come againsome
LIONS TOURNAMENTThe : evening, Mrs. Grosberg: hosteda readers will cooperate and safety, which made the score : :
Keystone Heights Lions dinner: party for1 her gusts notify; this reporter of mews' 35.0 with 6:02: left. The final active in student affairs. .JJ:
Club held their first Lions Club and friends Tournament at the local golf Gainesville.Mr. afternoon. In for a TD that made the score Cub! for three years, and president : other day'O
course: la!t Saturday morning and Mrs. Joe Wallace 41-0 with only 1:43: left < of this organization' during :
Goiters: were invited from the and Mr. Wallace's sister. Mrs.R. As the score clearly indicates .his senior year. He was Fresh\ .
University! L'.ors! Club In Gain'svllle. : A. Wells of Jacksonville, Crescent City led in nearly man Class president, and cap .
to participate In the were recent guests of Mr. and NEWS NOTES every department In rushing tain of the basketball team during : O 1
tournament. Mrs. W. J. Lang of Lake Worth By Helen haD CC racked up 238 yards, and 97 his freshman, sophomore: :
The local golfers and their Mrs. Lang is the sister of Mrs. yards passing, completing! 4 out and Junior years; Junior Var- .0.
Bursts were not: competing for Wells and Mrs. Wallace of 7. Keystone completed 6 out sity football coach in his senior ,
Individual prizes, all proceeds Herb Williams! returned last I COMMUNITY: : : : Cr1URCiiSunday year, and a member of Student .
from the tournament: were donated Friday after a 6-week visit with Nov. 17, was Gideons Council hi his freshman and .
to the Florida Lions family and lends;: in Maryland Sunday and the !guest! speaker extend a cordial: invitation to sophomore years. He was voted .

Foundation for: the BUnd Mrs. Williams remained in was Joseph Berson School., His principalof mes the Community Church congregation "Best Personality"! in the Senior . . .
Lions: Joe: Wildt and Charles Mc- Maryland for a longer visit: with Keystone Biblesin : to attend t the marriage of Class Superlatives.Cpl. .
Glave were co-chairmen for this her daughter and son-in-law. sage was on placing of their daughter. Nancy. to Mar- Cooper enlisted In the
tournament.PTA :Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ottinger, hotels motels, and the highlight shall Beam, son: of Mr. and: Army in November 1967 grad y
MEETING of Stanwood, Wash., are visitingMr. of the service was to Mrs. William Beam Jr. on Nov. uating from the U. S. M.litary
Don't: forget to attend the regular and Mrs. Frank Ottnger! units: all over the world 23 in the church sanctuary at Training: Center at Fort Ben
monthly meeting of the of Lakevlew Drive, Th two Mrs. Ernest McLean chairman 2:30: p.m. A reception, will follow nlng. Oa. last February. He was
Kepstone Heights PTA to be men are brothers:: : and Mrs William BeamSr. in the educational building assigned to active duty in Vietnam -
held tl-'s evening Nov. 21 at the Mir! Nancy McLean: brldo- ., co-chairman, of the Christmas The family of Gary Cooper, shortly afterward.
school Caf"lorlum The nieetln elect of Nov 23. was compll- Bazaar have arnounced the ;son:: of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cpl. Cooper was engaged to
various booths and committee\ Cooper whose funeral serviceswere be married to Miss June Rid-
chairmanship: Toyshop Mrs. held in the church on aught, of Keystone Heights, in
We care where our product is served.Beer Don Morgan: Apron Shop: Mrs. Tuesday, request that in lieu of January when he was to have
Floral Arrangements a song that children sing. But farmers and citrus
S. E. Kennedy; flowers, contributions be madeto been on leave in Hawaii.He crop growers,
Mrs. Frank Ilgen: the Memorial Fund of the had recently been hospital too, want "controlled rain"- a blessing during dry spells and
served in pleasant and wholesome surroundings is Handwork.Irs.:: Bert C'lrlst- church. ized with a wound in the Jaw,,, critical periods of growth.
the aim of the United States Brewers Association. And offers;: White Elephant, M. a. F.. UNION SERVICES and had Just returned to active

we are always striving to do something about it. P. Egan\ : Baked OOJds.II's. A Union Thanksgiving! Serviceof duty at the time of his fatal in- Electrically powered irrigation provides it any time, day or

The USBA is represented by field men around the Kelly' Greeson; Fish Pod Charles and the Keystone Churches wlU Jury. .. night, when or where needed.
SU',J:-." se Packages,:: Mrs be held Thanksgiving morningat Surviving, besides hU parents
country. They meet with proprietors of establishments : Decoratlor:: 0? and
Wallcnlus: 10:30 in St. Anne's episcopal are one brother! Larry;: Electric motors give years of carefree service start instantly.
where beer is sold They work in every way possible to Gifts. Mrs. Myron Prevail Sr.: Church. his paternal grandmother, ''Mrs,
Holiday House Tea Room. 9 to maternal]l Easily controlled by time-clocks or float-switches make Irrigation -
I promote a set of high standards wherever beer is served. PERSONALSMrs. C. H. McIntyre and Ms
I 11 a.m. and 2:30: to 7 p.m., Mrs James McEachsrn: was grandmother Mrs Ray Coplen, systems automatic and conserve water.
j This USBA effort means even more enjoyable places
Luncheon! Clreles -
Kelly Greeson:: :; able to attend church: services both of Tippecanoe. Ind.; am
for America's great beverage of moderation. 2 and 3, \Mrs. David Nehon last Sunday: for the first time his great-grandmother! '' Mrs See your equipment dealer or contact us.
and: Mrs Walter Grolick, serv- since her return from the Boston Frank Duetsch, of Cherubusco,
from 11:30 to 1:30:: pm.
ing :
Eye & Ear Clinic, where Ind.
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Q'\ Plants: Mrs. Richard Sunder- she und -went a series of eye Services were held in thi! FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANYHELPING
POBOX 273. WINTER PARK. FLORIDA 32789 land. A nursery in the annex operations.! Community Church of Keystom 3 BUILD FLORIDA
will be in charge of Mrs Thomas :: Mrs. Wallace McDouuald. of Heights with Rev. Leon Milnet,

I A Gregoiy. Sasatoon, Canada, has been a
SPECIAL REQUEST} : gusEt! in the home of her cous-
It; Articles for any oMh tlbovc! irs, Mrs Olive Stevens and rf' 'f n IT e1'' .4'"
named booths, kindly mark 'Mrs. Mabel Husbands. Mrs.
same a' to price and bring themin McDougald has been visiting
: as follows: Surprise Pack friends In Fort Pierce and is returning -
tpi ; ages and White Elephant articles ta her home, tut her
leave In secretary's
ccuslrs hop: she will plan: a SERVICE
office any morning\ and particularly -
winter ho'iday with! them later.
on Wednesday. No27,
Mr. and Mrs. William Walz,
when! the Workshopwill
until!! 2:30:
be in: final session from 10 of Lake Brooklyn have returned
i home after a seven week trip
a m. to 2:30: p.m.
chairmanof during which t they visited their .
Mrs. Barry Wyman
Decorations! requests all dauehter's family, the Frank B. /s
chairman of booths: to be at the Dalhoffs of Tylr. Texas. While !Pk
there thsv enjoved touring( the
educational building on December -
Rose Capital of the World, the :
2 at 2:30: p.m to:: help set
Coronation of the Rate Queen r N
up boots for the Holiday
Gift Luncheon! tickets! are and other festivities From Tyler LEASE
in the hands of circle chairmenand they visited their other
Mrs. Charles Wallcnius. son-in-law and daughter Dr. /p _
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ents, Mr and Mrs Fred Swear- -
Two-Hour Clean-Up Bllts inge.i Jr.Henry -

I and Connie Norsworlhy .. .. .
-- -- ----
Set By Scouts, Saturday spent the weekend with his par

ents Pap and Reba Norswor- .. VOICE of theSPORTSMAN
manNo automobiles will be thy. '-,
Bay Scout troop 105 will conduct peimitt-d! for hauling trash, but Mr and Mrs. C. F. Sawyer .
a fall cba:1-uP: of city bicycles will be allowed. were in Orlando last Friday,
streets and public property from in the visiting friends and attending : \x
in cooperation Scout: ? participating l Uy MIKE. CHITTY '
10 a.m. ta: noon Saturday project will earn credit: toward a Mobile Home Show. Phone 475.2171
I : with the: Keystone service! conservation and merit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker '(
I I Heights Garden Club antiUtterdiive. badges. and sons and Mrs. Helen Walker -- ---"- '--'- A

The troop: Is sponsored:: by of Jacksonville were visiting
Cash prizes donated by the Keystone Height Rotary Club Mr. and Mrs D. W. Carpenter
Garden Club and Mayor Starn- Scoutmaster is Stev' jyjoois.! as- and Mr and Mrs. C. F. Shaw HI sports fans, how's your mond caught 4 Basn! on Satur-
es will be awarded to one of fisted bv BJ1: Warren: and Rich- yer on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. luck running: ? I hear there's day. The Bass seem to .have
the three patrols competing to: aid Stir son. David! Reid of Jacksonville were been quite a few deer and tur- slowed down in all the rough r
bring the most tra h and litterto Saturday guests of the Carpenters keys, as well as hogs being killed weather. Roy caught 36 nice ,
collection bins set up at the I the brushplle 'Sunday r i w .
monthly: meeting of the MelroseAction in this area already. sure specs on
city park Garden Club members Committee last week. Bellev It or not, the snakesare hope that you've got one. Hunting morning and there were sever
will serve as judges. She discussed the work of the! still crawling! I know that is one sport that just don't al nice catches from Jacksonville : i
Junior: assistant scoutmaster Welfare Depaitment they should be in hibernation! Bo In for. It's practically impossible one party catching 60 the
Marshall: Gallop Jtn charge Surveys for recreationalneeds by now but Bettv Griffin tellsus to go out In the woodsin largest one weighing 2Va lbs "
of the! fall clean-up says it is of the area were also collected that they killed seven: of various a wheelchair! so I've never While we are on the Griffin ;
a campaign to beautify the city kinds over the weekend got too Interested in hunting. family, I hear that Glen is go. : :

bv removing litter from public Also discussed;!! was the possibility and saw several others! S., you I'm sure that It's lots of fun Ing to be the real hunter in the j ;
streets and rlghts-of-way and of holding: a communitysing had better:? still be watching! for and many people really enjoy family at the rate he is going. .
make residents:! aware of how at) Christmas. Nothing was them. It. but I'll leave that stuff! to He killed 8 squirrels last week,
much litter can be accumulatedin decided. Well friends the bed? weather you fellows, so it looks like the Griffins can r s
a short period of time. It is to the Tornadoes have a squirrel feast one night.
CIICRCII NEWS kept most=t of the peonle] In I was sorry see
not a house-to.house pick-up. The Christia Fellowship Classof lat week and there wasn't lose to their long-time rivals Betty Griffin told us that they

Three patrols totaling approximately tie: United Methodist Church much news I guess I will say the Lake City Tigers by killed 7 snakes and saw several
30 Scouts will be will met!! in the Fellow:!hlp Hall goodbye for now. so I'll sav"May that 27.3 score last Friday tight! others over the weekend at GO GO GO Go through that pile of
assigned: separate areas for collection Thursday at 7'3: ( p.m. Mrs. A. : t the good Lord bless and Lake City has a good team their camp so you had better be

of litter by manual....- Withei spoon) will give the Devotional : keep you" every year and this year is ny: on: the lookout for them yet. homework like a fast stepping halfback.A .
Hostesses are Mrs. exception. In case you forgot, My grandparents, Hubert and
ryynTnYYvwvttVYYEMELROSE Ernest:: Crawford Mrs. Ed Waidemill 1 Keystone Rotary they were the Class A State Palma Chitty, and my uncle
? and Mrs W. Wil=on. Champions: : last year. I'm sure Alfred Hudson, were fishing: Smith-Corona portablefrom
Several churches: have begun ]Hears PresidentOf that those Tornadoes will from Slkes Fish Camp (north new

working! on plans for their John'sDr bounce back with a victory over end of Lochlaosa:> )lover the
t St.
and had good luck.
Orange Park Friday night weekend
Christmas programs:
By ;Joyce Bow CEIETEHY1F.ETISG: : Charles LaPrad president Now, let's look at the fishing Saturday they! landed 47 nice BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

a A .sins There!! will be a Cemetery news for this'! week. They were! specs and 3 bass and on Sun-
RIVE.Jr. College, was
Mrs. Ellen: Tyler of Gainesville Clean-up at the Ochwllla Cemetery of the Johns guest speaker: at the Key- biting pretty recently for this day they got 41 specs:! and a can give you that extra drive.
Nov 30. Those time of year anyway. The Specs bass.I .
and Heights! Rotary Club on
G. P. Burnham of stcne
normal for much hunting
relatives are biting about don't have
have or
Mlcanopy were married Sundaymor.ilng Friday. Nov. IS. His su jct was
burled in the cemetery or own ccmmanication the season news as we don't get out to
of :
in Folkston Ga. The Improvement:
cemetery!! lots are asked tocon and Mr. and Mrs Owen Bryant of contact: people enough, but my
students faculty
couple will reside In Gaines between
ville. Mrs. Buinham lived in \!>. There will be dinner on admiiistiation.: He mentionedthat : Santa Fe Lake were out last father, James, and Buddy Ellis
N Friday and caught 20( Specs. killed a few quail Saturday.
at -
the grounds' noon. -
Melrose for and 93 cent of the student
: : is
many per
the daughter of Gus years Alderman. Help and funds: are urgently body are serious: students. One Fred Johnson of Starke has And so goes another: !! week on Study time is the big thing this
Saturday guests at the home needed! The cemetery Is located!! of the outstanding courses at St. been: fishing: in Sampson Lake the local sports scene. So until: season-use it. Conserve it. Don'twaste ram?
lately and caught 15 Bass last next week I'll say "goodbye! and _
of Mr. and Mrs. R. M Cason South Melrose: on Highway Johns is that of Data Processing : week.Shipman's. good luck" it with painful longhand ,y ,, ,,,,,,", ',,, n, "'
Included Mrs Emma Lou Price 21. and: Computer Programming : drafts of reports, papers and re
Information Camp (west shore
of Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. S. E. Anyone who wishes! more Students from 26 states 't
search Don't
contact Mrs.Doris Santa Fe) reported that the assignments. forget,
can : 'CO'I'U'I: in nr.rr.MiIn :
classes there
Kennedy: : and Mrs. Lois Tyre of are now attending
Lake Geneva Hensley at P. O. Box 156 Dr. LaPrad described: the projected Specs are biting, drifting trolling 4 Ir.'ult I'in.t. llmilforiltoiinli even the "average" typist can write
f hunt-err.
riorl.la: In
John Paul Chiappinl returned M'lrose 10-year growth: of St. and on the brush piles. The t'nrr :N'.. 447Mi twice as fast as the "average" per '
Bass are biting on Shiners and ,',' .him. I'iw..II. I'liilllU'C.\
home last week after a year in John's and displayed plans relating Mr. and Mrs. 'William I'viin, r'''''Hl\ Jl, lle. son can write in longhand
Vietnam. H and his wife De- eyySyn..atvt yrtyyya for future expansion: The on plastic worms. ft.lirlmit.NIITHT.. t .
Arts Colin Thomas of Starke caught 'I'llJ'I'J.:.\J isTo A Smith-Corona typewriter can
lores and three !sons will move newest addition Is the Fine Illlam I'l-nn I''V'lI. .Ir
fiomMelrcse to Building now' under construction 26 Specs out from Shipman's.George : luM'fliv' iiMtlflfrl tmit" give you that fast break-the extra
::: Germany early \ nil Hie" .
next year, where he will be stationed INDIAN BEACHLake (west Hill shore of Santa Barnhlll's Fel), and Resort II iitfiiliiM null fin*'."U IHwJlii In. th. )hllo nl'j\e I... u niiniiilfvutt fll. ,d'. drive-the extra yardage that helps you score bigger in the classroom.We .
: for three years.: Airpark Politics and 1 an*** and s'mi urcriiilnil
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hunt and his 8 year old son caught 37 | ,t to Ht-r>.i-H rip\ \. of Your' have a full line, a fast line-of Smith-Corona portables in models
( Santa Fe) Hit By Starnes large Specs last Thursday. They atiMv\Hr or iilemlinir, In the ,'niu-, and
to meet need.
.. prices your
son. Craig spent Sunday: in Al- .lilnlnt tin 1'hlntlffatun'\
achua vlsitlg his mother! By; Michael II. Chltty caught 17 nice Specs on Friday n.lloiioinl, .,!,. ilt-oiKi' II 'flare' .,
Mrs. Ph. 47:1-1'71 (Continued From Page Sixteen) just before dark. Stm..lit-, Kloiiiln and l rid the or" Don't pile up at the homework line when a new portable can help
A. L. Hunt. iKlnnl, III thf ifflir. of Hi- i'ltilof "<
We would like to welcome to 4*******.>************- trol within Keystone Heights. Santa Gi if fin's Fel reported Lodge that(west the shore lake f...r Melrose Mr and Mrs: Leonard "We all recognize KeystoneAir IOIIHif .
: : 1':"iti.{ : otlitrulut' th alleUHt
most of the week
Greetings friends this is your Park as the city's most valuable was too rough raid ,lomplalat. \\ III IK talcillHI .
moved olling-Eskima "OOPS". I said on their! side. There were some I.OnfMHHI'll hV. \'U1IThlf '.
asset. Fordyce .
: notli. vlnill I pul-Ui-hi.il' "
Heights. mean t this is your rolling-re adding: that the A:ro Cluo is people out Monday then not on.,. "II'h uek foi. foui,l' OIIHI- see
porter with the news After::! that in many were out till! Friday Roy cutlM* u..ikn. In thi* Jlialfoiil' TELEGRAPHAnd r a
Mrs Julia Miller and children primarily interested: keeping rmmtTrlKiaih, COUNTY
Cone | ::: hb
weather! we had last I and Mr. Zellner, and Mr.
: : Margaret: Huey. and week It as an airport hoping future Dattil. thlH Tth ,ilav uC N"\.m- on
wish I were an Eskimo. Then caught 42 nice Specs on the ber, I'lllH.
Jane! of plans will toward development I
Jacksonville go
:: spent last college of the week
all the cold weather brush pile, and 5 Bass They 'f isi\i.": ) game
Saturday with! her father::! and wouldn'tbother of common interests even t'linrl. .H \ larl-v. .
I'd reported that the Specs were ('". till. "',, ..t1I NCAA Football
me. 'cause be used to <4'1\i \Is of the "
.stepmother.:: :Mr and Mrs, t to: hunters
: M. C. .
by the end of the \' ll.iilah' :M I. :M "il> .
biting good
it It looks
Lks "Ole Man Win Judge T. A. Yawn of .
King. She was here t to: attend County Ji .pmClirk, ABC-TV
the wedding of her sister.::! Connie : ter' is moving In slowly, for a Starke stated that his personal week, with several catches of 1111 J I II I:' ;
longISlt with. If 3 and 40, Roy and Jim Red- .
us. my
who wee married to Jam s Interest In Keystone Air Park! ? --
Wise Satin dav right at Ella in runs as it usually does, ItI III a? a pilot: "is secondary: to my

Baptist Chin'1. probably be warm and beautiful :- belief! in the! possibility that proper : : _a>-.r_ -- ? _....,_ .__. ___
Mrs Albert Scnoeneman spent weather by the! time my cal management would: result in

several dan last t week:! In Gainesville ; umn come out. Usually, if I tiemendom growth with! its M
with her son-!In-law and mention something about it being potential far commeicial! and
daughter. M-: and Mis. BenardSxoboda. :: cold by the time it gets in I iidiisttial business." MM
the paper the: weather has Stanes: agreed! with Dcnohoe MR. MERCHANT.
Mis E. H Battled attended changed completely.I that side from leading airport
a meeting!' of the Women's Council :- had a nice time visiting! my land for cattle grazing: the only e.
:Meeting::! Synod of Florida 111'anCparents.: Huubert and Palma revenue producing use of ths
Presbyterian Chuicn. U. S. A. Chitty in Starke. last Tuesday laid: at present: is the sale of
last Wednesday and Thursday.The through Tnu-sday.: Thursday timber 7E\
meeting was held at t the my mother and grandmother Although blaming Dcnohoe'scommittee
Presbyterian College in: St Petersburg came in to get me and had for recent problems *v
Mrs. Bartlett Is historIan lunch with Grandmother Chitty.: with the comment. "Most of
for the Presbyterian Churches Sunday afternoon my grandparents this goes right back to your
in the state of Florida:: Hubert! and Palma Chitty. doorstep" Starnes concurred> viI
The Booster Club of Inter: came by for a'I! t with us on With Don:>hoe and Fordyce: that .f
lachen Junior-Senior Hteh: their way home from a week- present lack of Air: Park: development 1.
School:: is presently selling: ads end of fishing In Lochlaosa.: :: goes back to: poor::
to be used on program: at the Jack and Lou Miller and family planning: on the put of others
athletic events of the School.Membership gave a surprise birthdaypasty : aid no cn- group could be sing J % l

is star: open::! to anyone oat: Saturday night for led out to be entirely respon- t3
Interested in joining: the Eelty McGow of Jacksonv llle. sible. The airport: is self-sup-!
club. Contact Byron;): Courtney Enjoying this affair! with them porting:: but revenue producing:
if interested::! \I'elac:! : and Chuck! McGowan business is needed to finance
The Melrose Action Committee Bettv-3 mother. Mis Ruth!! Mil major Improvements such as a
l ler.: her brothEr and wife. Mr.aid *v
has decided to discontinue::! the much needed, new hangar
Story Hour until next::! summer. Mis B.ll Stanley of High THINK: ABOUT IT viri
The Episcopal! Bazaar which Springs: :Mr. and M.-s: Bill Stanley "A few mars:: smiles of silent

was held last week:! was quite and grandchildren: of Ala- sympathy a few more tender
successful::! Ti? Episcopal Women chua. Pete and Joyce Barton words: a little more restraint: In
would like to thank everyone : and Robert!!! and Novice: : Ward of temper may make all the differe -

who helped make it the! StaikeO. -ce between happ'ness and
success::! that ;tt t was. %V. Ellis will enter! the V. half! .happiness to those! I live M

Dont forget::! the!! Bake Sale A. Hospital In Lake City on w a \ ar f li 1Pri r
Monday for observation _.9 y
which will be held next Wednesday : : and
at t the Melrose::! Post Off.ce. treatment "We all wish! you a IJ'
It will be sp:>sored by the :\11. speedy "recoveij. and the best
lose Junior! Woman's Club. It of luck. -BAPTIST
will begin: at 8:30: a.m. :Mrs Ima Deloach of Guv ton,
The Melrose Elementary Ga.. and her son: and daughter- Pint Baptist Church Her The BIG Christmas Blitz

Palatka last -3G: InlaEdwlt and Peggy De- Lawrence Carroll pastor SUn- Shopping S
School:' had an exhibit on displayat loach of Savannah. Ga., WEre day School 9:45: ... m Warship -
the Putnam County Far! !In visiting Mrs. E. B. Watkins and services 11 a. m. and
Palatka last week. Cardboard Mr and 1\15.: James'! Rabbins 7:30: p. m. Training Union vi

Instruments: made by the silt over the weekend: Mrs. DeloachIs 0:30: p. m. Nursery open for Starts Right After THANKSGIVING Tt
dents and pa'nt'ngs: wre on staying on to \'IsltIrs.: Wat- all services.

display. It was centered around: kins. vivi
a Folk Music theme. It was a Peggy Voyles was home for -CATHOLIC:
most attractive the weekend from St. Johns St. 'William' Chorch Sun.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE display. River Junior College. day Mass a a. m. Wednesday ; Wake Sure You Tune In With The Shoppers Of

Winner last week of the Melrose Mr and Mis Ralph!: Flllmon .Massand: Novena 7 p mom,
Bridge Club and M.and: Mrs. Preston Fill- :
Duplicate : COMMUNITY CHl'KCHSundiy
were: Mrs. Robert Clare and Most: of Tampa pent last weekend Schascl.! : 9:40: a. m. This Area

Mrs S, P. Sashoff. 1st place: with Pet and Joyce Bar. Morning: Worship: 11. YS.-th: Fellowship
Mrs. Mary Ccok and: :Mss'! Iva ton. On Sunday Mr and :Mrs. fall tJsnagfrsi.: at'7. p. ti
Hillyer 2nd place: Mrs. Gay Ruben Lsw:5 of Ft "M' >ers. Mr. m.: Pascal Carr director:: Holy With Your Advertising Message
Livingston and Mr-s: Ray Star.i-: and Mrs. Jimmy Conner: of Communion 1st Sunday In each
es. 3rd place: Mrs Paley Boyd Gainesville: Mr and :Mrs. Robert quarter. Wednesday night Prayer vivi .
and Mrs John: Straw, 4tH Ward: Mr. and :Mrs W C. Service 7:30.: -Rsv. Leon F.
place Ward and Mr. and Mrs G. L.Lovell Milner, pastor.EPISCOPAL. N In The
PTA and son all from Sta'rke. N

The Mehose PTA meeting joined tie Baiton and Fillmons -

will be !held! Monday nght! for a seafood dinner. St. Anne's Church Rev
Nov 22t'.i t at the School! The Mr and M:'s. F W :Murrayand William I, Jones Vicar Holy

meeting!: will I t:'! at 8:00: p.m. in Mrs. Tchla! :McGriff of Communion, 8 a, m, every SPECIAL CHRISTMAS EDITION OF
the! school cafeteria.A Jacksonville and :Mr: and Mrs Sunday. First Sunday Holy THE
X. M.
Smith of
Starke. were
member of the staff of Communion 8 a. m. and 8:30th
Carey Terrell, Putnam County visiting! Mrs. H T, Smith and a. m. :::!.."" ... ., I 1 : ,
Mrs Ruby Wolfe. Mrs. Smith .
Superintendent! will be
School SIIndat-
hand to explain t tee upcoming and Mrs.: Wolfe were \Jslting! Morning Pray- BRADFORD
on bond: election! to b'? held in Putnam Mr. and :Mrs. Cason In Melrose, ''.!'l":3: : a. m'. Evening Pray- COUNTY TELEGRAPH
SUndey, 7 .
County in January. Every Thursday. p. m. holy Days]
Paul Lee. and be announced.
one Is urged to attend: and Gregory
learn the pros: and cons surrounding StranQb rg. and: Ricky Thompson : LUTHERAN December 5th
of Jacksonville! spent the
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