Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1985
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:00484
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soundly defeated 109-27 a

proposal to abolish the

Lake ProjectConsidered town's charter in voting
Tuesday which ended sev-

1 eral months of controversy -

petitions, and counter-

Sewer Permit HereA pettitions.The .

Denied Owner -' turnout of 136 of 166

152 home subdivision on It has had top priority for registered voters was the larg-

42 acres of land south of Alligator some time, McRae noted. The est in some time In Hampton.
Creek In Starke Is being "I think ril be able to
Kin 'sley' Lake 4'A council thought two years ago sleep
property owners won roundin Ocala "
considered by an tonight said Mrs. Hazel Thomas -
it would use $20,000 left from
a long-standing controversy when the Clay County ; firm, Young America Corp of a bond issue. But the SR-16. vice-chairman: of the
Commission turned down a request Tuesday morning Florida. Hampton Town CouncU midwife

by Mrs. J. L. Flynn, of Jacksonville, for permission to( Preliminary site approvalwas (Cont'd on Pg. 4) of Mayor Willard Thomas.

run sewer line under road In Kingsley Village e given the firm Tuesday
a county "
"Well Jeff Baker
night by the Starke City Council you won,
Subdivision. The group Indicated it will Hampton store operatorwho
meet with city engineers, Bes- CuttingFatal opposed the charter, told

The Issue bagan several years sent and Hamrick Associates Mrs. Thomas.
The fire was reported by a
of Jacksonville, to "Don't sit down on that end
ago when Mrs. Flynn purchaseda prepare
neighbor who said she thoughtshe
duplex building from Jack plans for the subdivision,which of town and complain. Let's
smelled smoke the
day "
sonville and moved it onto her the council indicated was the work together she told him.
before the fire was reported, for the firm to Baker said he'd try, and the
property; at Kingsley Lake proper step
but did not realize where the
two shook hands.
which Clay County health officials odor was coming from. take. To RenoHusband
of the site simply
said lacked sufficient a- Approval
Bradley said Mrs. Flynn reported Even with the issue of whe-
rea to meet sanitary regulations means the firm has established
the building was insured. ther to the town decid-
governing septic tanks. contact with the city and that keep
the project is being considered, ed quite decisively, few resi-
Mrs. Flynn later purchased according to City Attorney dents expected as many as 27
additional property; across a George Pierce to vote against the charter.

graded county; road from the Sid Dosh, speaker for the A Reno woman, Gladys Simmons Popularity; for .the town had

duplex and sought permission SR -16 corporation Tuesday night,said 43, is charged with man- come to the forefront in the
from the County Commissionto the firm will meet all city slaughter in the stabbing death past several weeks with some
run a sewer line under the FC sanitation and paving require- of Ivory Childs, 42, describedby residents, who signed the pe-
road from the duplex to a sep ments. the Bradford Sheriffs Department tetion asking surrender of the

tic tank she proposed to Install ProjectIs The firm usually works with as her common-law charter, changing their minds

on the new property.; A low income housing Dosh said.It husband. and saying the Issue was mis-

permit must be obtained from Half has built houses in Starke represented to them.
the County Commission before
; ranging from $13,200 to$19,500, Childs was stabbed in the
running a sewer line under a residents
Many Hampton
he said
right thigh and apparently bled
county; road.Learning seemed startled at the entire
Young America has built three
to death, according to Deputy
of Mrs Flynn's proposed CompleteThe houses here and is planning a Sheriff John Dempsey, investi- idea. Some who signed the petition
request, a group of adjoining fourth. One unit was constructed gating officer. He was found did so not because they
property; owners obtained favored abolishing the charter,
for James Peterson on Parker dead In the bed room of tJJecouple.s
a counter petition with Sam but because If so many per
Street and another for
SR-16 rebuilding project home at 831 Crosby
around 25 signatures, askingthe
Williams in Reno. sons felt that way they
from US-301 east to SR230at Street in Reno shortly after
Commission to deny the Dosh indicated his firm will midnight Saturday.The thought the Issue should be
Kingsley Lake Is about 50
request. This was the same pave roads, lay curb and gut- brought to a vote. For that
cent according
group that had opposed her per complete equip stab wound apparently reason they satisfied
ter, and place playground were
the Department of Transporta
moving the duplex onto the property ment in the proposed subdivi- severed a main artery, Deputy when Mayor Willard Thomas
tion's Project Engineer Jay
; and requested Clay County Carver.AU Lovely Mary Ann Barton, Bradford Strawberry Queen, Is about as sion. Dempsey said. The couple had called the election.
health officials to deny her engi- and since Issue at stake
The firm's consulting been arguing fighting Tuesday was:
request for .a permit for' an utility 'Mustments withIn pretty a decoration., could be. found. in the. annual Christmas. .- ,parade neer, Jack Erwlruv,also,spoke around 9 p.m. Saturday night, Shall, the City of Hampton, Flo- ".
additional septic tank on the Saturday. said witnesses told rlda surrender Its,franchise a"
the City Starke should be to the council.: Dempsey as (
lake front property.; completed within the next two In other action, 'a petition an Incorporated municipality;
Since that time the duplex weeks Carver says. bearing names of 20 residents him.Mrs.. Simmons Is being held existing under the laws of the
has remained on the property, along the Old Lawtey Road in in the Bradford County Jail State of Florida?
but has not been used as It "It's at the point now where Reno was presented to the Coun- under $2,500 bond. She serveda

had no sanitary facilities, and everything can be tied together State Ratio StudyOK's cil by Mrs. Elizabeth Walker five year sentence for a FOR surrender of the franchise -

no electrical connection.The ," the DOT engineer stat- and requested that city sewagebe 1955 manslaughter charge In --.
house was recently dam- ed. More progress should be extended to the area. Palm Beach County, Dempsey
AGAINST, surrender of the
aged in what John L. Bradley, evident In the next few months says and has lived in Starke
chief of the Kingsley Lake Volunteer "I'd like to be honest and rranchlse---.
to the last
compared several since her release from prisonin
To abolish the charter
Fire Department des- he added. Local ValuesTax truthful with you, Councilman 1960. op-
cribed as a "mysterious fire." Almost everybody is wishIng Jimmy McRae said, then ponents of the municipalitywould
Bradley said he reported the proceeded to tell Mrs. Walker have had to amass a
It would rain but the
dry The used to
weapon according two-thirds majority of those
Incident to the State-Fire Mar- why the city can'textend sewer ;
weather has really been an the deputy, was half of a pair casting ballots.
shal but had received service to the for
area some
no report -
asset to the contractor, Car Assessor Gene Long was At stake statewide is some Counties assessing below the of scissors.
time to But the
as come. coun-
yet. ver added. notified Wednesday morning by million statewide average of 83 per Dempsey called to the
$50 Including some $40 was
The chief said the fire was cil said, that is the next ma- Mayor Willard Thomas expressed -
the State Department of Reve- million in Minimum Foundation cent will lose the difference scene by the Starke Police De-
reported about 10 a.m. on a jor sewer building project belief before the issue -
Llmerock base of the new nue that Bradford County's lev- Program school funds, $6 mil between what they actually collected partment.
about would and
three scheduled. fail that Hampton
Friday morning
road is already down from SR- el of assessment stands at 86 lion in education equalization on four mills of education -
weeks and when members would continue
ago 230 to the Lonnie Harley resi- per cent whereas the state funds, and $5 million In gas taxes and what they should The as a town.his
of his volunteer department voters Tuesday upheld
dence on SR-16, he added. average Is 83, tax revenues. have collected if they had assessed -
rived at the found belief.
scene they Total cost of the DOT road The announcement came following at Howze's 83 per cent
the front door at one end of ._ Originators of the petition
and bridge construction Independent study of figure.
project an
the duplex consumed In flames,' .... to hold the election were L.G.
while two mattresses, storedon is underway In Bradford assessing practices throughout The lower a county's; assessment d ..., Johns Jeff Baker and Ernest
the other end County at a total cost of$649- Florida by assessment analyst US-301 are found to be,the greater A i Green. 62
floor at the They obtained signatures
791. The figure does not IncludeBrad1'ord James A. Howze of Tampa. It will -
percentage of money
of the building, were also ______ before presenting the
County's rightofwaycosts. with the
burned.He Long was pleased lose. In effect, the rich get petition to the council.
said there no rating which he said put Bradford richer and the poor get poorer.
was apparent V.E. Whitehurst ConstructionCo. County; In good shape as Redistribution of state funds
connection between the two of WllUston Is rebuilding far as state formulas for the affected are expected to begin Advocates of surrenderingwere
fires, and speculated that the 6.016 miles of SR-16 from us. division of school money and 4-Laning in January unless the act- Incensed by what they

mattresses might for several have been 301 In Starke to approximate. gas tax revenues to the coun- Ion is held up in court. termed high charges for bus-
smouldering ly 0.3 miles north of SR-23( He "We iness
ties. said. might even Many county tax assessors licenses. They voiced
There extensive
was no structural
but the interior at Kingsley Lake.CompleUon get a little more money than have complained about the way complaints about street con
of the damage house was, badly smoked date is June 1971. we have In the past sincewe Drive Howze has conducted the study. ditions, inadequate drainage,

and soot covered everything are above the state ave- Bradford's Gene Long, for Instance traffic control city dumpprob-
Bradley said. rage." says that using on sales I lems (since resolved), and proposals
Howze based his report on of property as a yard stickis for a new water and
a complicated formula which PlannedA unrealistic and will tend to sewage system.
Truck Included the selling price of a make values higher than they

0fe sampling of property in each should be. That was why he :.!, ; ...' Their effort to Interest the
county and a number of other feared Bradford County; might .'.'..,"wTK/ county In assuming those responsibilities

SoVxm&tietSANTA factors. According to state law, January 26 meeting in fall below the state average ., found no sympathetic -
Crash all property; must now be assessed Starke will be sought for coun- Howze might have come up ear among County; Com-

at 100 per cent of Its ty, city, and Chamber of Commerce with. missioners. The county; alreadyhas
real value but there has been officials from six counties Under the state Just Value child, uninjured leaped from the ledge more problems than finances

much controversy over how to to plan getting the final Law tax assessors are sup above just before the car struck Saturday. equipment, or personnel
FatalDelma arrive at the real value of any 50 miles of US-301 from 1-95 posed to use a total of eight to handle them, Hampton residents I

particular parcel. to 1-75 four-laned. factors in arriving at assess were told.
Long said yesterday that apparently State Sen. Bob Saunders met ment values, not Just sales.
the 83 per cent state with Bradford Chamber officials Howze's study was carriedout
Lesley Thomas, 42- average will now be acceptedas Tuesday to plan tlie Jan- under a $236,009 contract Had they surrendered their
CLAUSWill year-old Starke man,was killed equal to the 100 per cent uary meeting. The senator from the Legislative Auditing Balky Auto charter, Hampton residents
Friday nIght Dec. 11, as a would have lost $9,838 in revenue
goal. Any county that is at or pledged support of the projectand Committee under a 1969 law.
result of a head-on collision above the 83 per cent markis said he'll do all he car The firm has also been criticized the city received last
Be Available To while driving the wrong way in good shape, at least for to Interest the other five coun- by assessors because it year, not more than $500 of

Meet AH Children. on US-301 south of Starke according another year and any that ia ties along U -301 in it. is doing the ratio study In coun- which would have gone into
.' to the Florida Highway below this figure must do some The Starke-Bradford Cham- ties which also employed the Rams StoreA county coffers.
AT JACK0ON \ Patrol. reassessing or stand to lose ber has begun a new battleto firm to make assessment stu- Heal estate taxes of 3.5 mills
UILDINGIftJPPL Y Thomas died In the emergency state funds, Long said. get the 50-mile stretch of dies. are the lowest of any municipality -
.' room of the in the county; and brought
night Bradford County's; tax roll US-301 four-laned since the
County Hospital Friday with stuck acceler- cording to the store manager. in $1,245 last Cigarette
On Sat., Dec. 19 for county; and municipal property state has a new governor. car a year.
1 to 5 P.M. He was the father of eight ; stands at $1,022,066 for On Dec. 15 the Chamber'sBoard ator sped backwards on the Extent of damage to the door taxes gave Hampton $4,410 last
children and a Bradford poul- the current year-- the first of Governors passed a Food Fair parking lot Satur- system had not been determined year and virtually all of that

try farmer. time that the million dollar new resolution to make a top COPY 1SEKDKI) day, Dec. 19, crashing throughthe Tuesday. Portion of the building would have been lost.
And At The Danny Ray Batten 18, driver mark has been reached here. priority item of four-lanlng fie EARLY FOR front of the store. hit housed controls of the Street lights would have been

of the other ,vehicle, and Ed- "It gets us out of the woods road from Baldwin to Caliban. The brick and glass front automatic door. discontinued without incorpor-
COMMUNITYSTATE ward D. Batten, 41. both of for the time being," Long said 20 miles; Belleview to Wildwood NEXT: ISSUE of the store was knocked in ation. That service cost resi-
BANK Blackshear, Ga., were slightly Wednesday after receiving results connecting 1-95 and 1-75 by the Impact of the balky A second mishap took placeat dents $914 last year but was

Injured In the crash but of the sales ratio study to the south, 14 miles, and Chevrolet Chevelle: driven by about the same time Just more than offset by the $1,033the
Dec. 22. 23, 24 have been released from the Lincoln after the Christmas! parade end- Florida Power & Light
for Bradford County Long said from Callahan to Yulee, a 16- Due to the Christmas holidays Leola Barber Holmes, 31, -
9 A.M. to 2 P.M. Bradford County; Hospital.The the report will give him time mile stretch of old A1A. copy will be needed earlier City.; No one was Injuredin ed, on the I Food I Fair parkinglot Corp. paid the city for its

Batten vehicle, a 1959 before next year to pick u( "Look at the prospective of than usual for next week's the accident and no charges but was described by Chief operating franchise.
Chevrolet truck, was traveling low in the were filed. Chambers as a "fender skin Hampton has been Incorporated -
assessments county what that 50 miles would open issue of The Telegraph.All "
(:Je ((1..t.y6t.t..c1nh: ) south on US-301. The Thomas such areas as the new development up. ." Sen Saunders said. correspondents, church A child sitting on the win- ning. as a city; a mile squareIn
vehicle a 1968 Chevrolet pickup at Sampson Lake. "U Disney World is goingto and club reporters, and columnists dow ledge Inside the store heard area with the railroad intersection

truck, was traveling north Bradford Is apparently bet- have the kind of impact we are asked to have their the car, saw it coming, and ran In the third accident I inne as the center, since
on US-301 In the south bound ter off than some rural coun- are led to believe it's goingto Items In our office not later out of the way according to Varnes Mooneyham, 39, Lake June II, 1925. Before that the

traffic lane, according to the ties at which the ratio study open the gates." than Saturday morning and earlier Asst. Police Chief Bill Cham- Butler, was charged with failure municipal government was
report of FHP Trooper K.G. was expected to hit hardest. Mac Baldwin Starke Chamber if possible. All advertis- bers to yield the right-of-way classified as a town. Incorporated -

Etheridge Investigating officer. Many rural counties are saidto president, said that Mar- ing copy will be needed as Impact broke the brick wall, in making a left turn across by the Florida Legislature
fitI .
be assessing at less than early as possible Saturday broke out glass, and damagedthe U -301 (Temple Ave.) at Pratt in 1893 with the same boundaries -

: (Cont'd on Pg. 4) 100 per cent of real value. (Cont'd on Pg. 4)) noon. automatic door system, ac- Street. as stand today.

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Parties Given Shaw Home AlivandiMcReaWedding Leon: ConnersTo Beta Sigma Phi* Junior Club

I Betsy Matthews, Scene Of Dinner Party Be Honored On Members Enjoy Hears Speaker FromAssociation :.

,p I Bride Of Dec. 19 For CoupleDicky Entertained '50th Anniversary Christmas Party Heart

Chambliss and his fiancee Members of Beta Sigma Phi
Miss Betsy Matthews, whose Miss Charlotte Fairfax 01 Mr. and Mrs. M.M. McRae Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner sorority attended a Christmas Mr. Ponsell of the Northeast
i t marriage to Bill Meng will be Jacksonville, whose marriagewill were hosts at a dinner part;) will celebrate their fiftieth wed Party at the home of Mrs. Robert Florida Heart Association
an event of Dec.19,was honoredat be an event of Dec. 19 Tuesday night in the Pecan ding anniversary on Sunday, Barksdale Monday night Jacksonville, was guest speaker -
several parties In the past, were honored at a family dinner Room of the Garden Restaurant Dec. 20, when their children at 8 o'clock. at the Junior Woman's A Club
week. party Sunday afternoon a honoring their daughter, will honor them at a recep- Gifts were brought by each meeting Monday night. film '
Ghdyt. Moot Phone\ 984-708 On Thursday night of last the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gem Tryphenla, and fiance, Abdol- tion in the education building member for her secret sister. was shown after which Mr.
week Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Shaw. Hosts for the party with razzagh AHvandl, following tin of the Pine Level Baptist Church Once a members of the Ponsell answered questions
t Society Editor I Mrs. J.W. KIncaid gave a family the Shaws were Mr. and Mrs. couple's wedding rehearsalThe from 3 to 5 o'clock.All sorority year are given a secret from the members and guests.
dinner party for Miss Matthews J.R. Walnwright, Mrs. Charles friends and relatives of sister, and at Christmas time, The executive board met last
.. >>1 at their home on N. Walnut Darby, Mr. and Mrs. Randy marriage will take place the couple are Invited to at- the discover the Identity of week at the home of Mrs. El-
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__ ...,. __" MM-r--_a1t"", --.- -v- -'. -:;- .--.,- -I Street. Christmas decora- Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nobles -' tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. tend. their secret sisters when the zle Sanders In Keyetonellefghta
tions were used at points of Interest and Mr. and Mrs. Em- In the First Baptist Church.An gifts are exchanged. with nine members present.A .
In the party rooms. mett Akridge. their Christmas party Is being
-- All members brought
Woman's Club' The dining table was centered Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. orange and white color'' Dinner to Honor own special Christmas candyor planned for underprivileged ,
i I with scheme was carried out in the children on Dec. 19. Clubmem-
an arrangement of pink C.A. Chambllss and Miss Ruby dessert to the
Christmas Tea carnations in a Dresden bowl Fugate of Jacksonville and Mr. table decorations.Centering the Lawton ConnerThere The regular meeting party. of the hers are selling tickets on a ;
Hears Glee ClubThe flanked by lighted pink tapersIn and Mrs. A.I. Spencer and Mrs. table was a cake in the shapeof sorority was held at 8 p.m. on two foot high plush "Snoopy"dog
sliver holders. Place cards, Bob McElroy and daughtersof wedding bells. Place cards November 23 at the home of as a money making pro-
marked the seating arrange- will be a basket din- buy toys for the
marked the seating arrange- Winter Haven.Christmas Martha Sue with Von- ject to help
Starke Woman's Club held| ment for the ten guests. decorations were ment for the 18 guests who ner Sunday, Dec. 20, at the da Stephens cohostesses.It party. Contact members If you ,
Its Christmas tea Wednesday I The hostesses presented the used In the Shaw home for the Included the wedding party,immediate Leon Conner home on Cros- was reported that the Holi- would like to buy a ticket.
families and out-of- by Lake in honor of Lawton
the honoree with a pink bathroomset occasion. The dinner was
afternoon of last week at day Ball was a great success,
club house. Hostesses were and a corsage of pink car- served at card tables set up town guests. Conner's 94th birthday. It will and plans were discussed to During the social hour at
Mrs. R.V. Turner, chairman nations as a memento of the in the family room. also be Doyle Conner's birth- make It an annual event.A the Monday night meeting refreshments -
Mrs. T.G. Bitch, Mrs. T.H. occasion. The honored couple receiveda The honored couple presented day.All surprise baby shower was were served from .
Slade, Mrs. T.L. Casey Jr., eI gravy ladel 1 from their cho- gifts to their attendants during friends and relatives are given after the meeting for a table carrying out the Christmas -
Mrs. F.W. Strickland, Mrs. The J.E. Hardy residence on sen silver pattern from the the dinner. Invited to attend. Mrs. W.H. Johns, the former theme.
C.A. Knight, Mrs. J.F. Dor- .!. Call Street was the settingor hosts as a memento of the Harriet Powell,

John ko, Mrs.Myers.Mrs. J.O.. Gay, and Mrs. :light a complimenting party given last Miss Friday Mat- occasion..._ ......r.L_""":: '-L_ '-L-.t:_..... _.-.t:_. .. !:;; ;:

Strickland presented y"1 ,hews given by Mrs. Hardy
guests to the receiving line I nd daughters, Misses Jayne 1t1iliAY 11 JP.M.TO7P.M.
composed of Mrs. John San- nd June (Hardy, and Mrs. G. r :
ders, president, Mrs.Jim Law- ugene Ivey Jr.
son, president of the Junior Miss Jayne Hardy greeted Beginning Friday, Dec. 11 we will be open
Club, Miss Robyn Warren, guests at the door and pre-
president of the Little W men's .. sented them to the honoree, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Saturday
Club, Mrs. J.D. Warren and her mother, Mrs. E.L. Mat- Open Sunday 1 to 7 p.nis:
Mrs. W.S. Haas, sponsors for MercerMooreEngagement thews, and Mrs. Paul Meng,
the Little Women Christmas mother of the bridegroomelect. CHRISTMAS
Told .
corsages were presented U The tea table was covered '.
each in the receiving line. with an imported cutwork cloth
New members were also hon Rev. and Mrs. W.B. Mercerof and centered with an arrange- ;,
ored on this occasion: Miss Yulee announce the engage- ment of tall stemmed pink car- /
Norma Canova, Mrs.R.F.Dem- ment of their daughter, Linda nations and leather leaf fern *
orest, Mrs. John Greene, Mrs. Sue, to Mr. David C. Moore flanked by two silver candela- >tyr
Curtis Sanders Mrs. Robbie son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey bra with dark green burning! .
Shaller, Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Moore, of Starke. tapers. Presiding at the silver LADIES
Mrs. O.E. Pearson, Mrs. JohnM. The wedding will be an e- punch bowl were Mrs. Bob
Flynn, Mrs. L.C. Early, vent of Saturday, Jan. 9, at Ferguson and Mrs. Harry Mo- a
Mrs. W.P. Bartlett, Mrs. John 6 o'clock in the Yulee Bap- otv. J BULKY ORLONSWEATER
Barrett, Mrs. Merritt Williams tist Church. Assisting in serving were
Mrs. Eugene Tanner, All friends and relatives are Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs.Ivey,
Mrs. W.C. Wilson and Mrs. cordially Invited to the cere- Mrs. George Pierce, Mrs. Er- LADIES
Ewell Lawson. mony and reception immediately vin Andrews,Mrs.Myrtice Nichols -
Mrs. Maurice Edwards 'Jr. following In the FellowshipHall and Misses Sandra Hug- -
kept the guest book. of the church. gins, Anne Terwillegar, June SLEEPWEAR '
The mantle in the lounge was Hardy and Phyllis Meng. +
draped with garlands of holly The honoree was presentedwith
and centered with a Christmas Altar Society a gravy ladel from her OUR $ 99 ,
arrangement flanked by candle chosen silver pattern from her SALE 5
holders with red candles. Installs OfficersAt hostesses as a memento of the $199$299 I PRICE

The highlighted stage In the with auditoriumwas a beautiful Holiday PartyMrs. occasion.

modern Christmas tree
with myriads of Imported Don Champion was Installed Mrs. Robert Nobels, Miss' Give her something to dream about our 1 ; Full Fashioned. hand loomed sweaters
strings or tiny varicolored as president of the Lillian Stump, Mrs. Randy I 2 pc. baby doll pajamas and shift. length + in various cable styles. Machine washable
lights. Across the foot of the Altar Society of St. Edward's Johns, Mrs. Charles Darby,and gowns In rayons and acetates; lace & em- O + t ; button front styles; white. and
stage were Christmas lights Catholic Church Wednesdaynight Mrs. Emmett Akridge gave a .: boldered trims; S-M-L. + pastel colors sizes 34 to 40. -J.\il.\
Interspersed with garlands of Dec. 9, at a Christmas luncheon Saturday at the home
rangements were used through party and business meeting at of the former on E. Call Street ; LADIESHANDBAGS
out the clubhouse. the home of Mrs.James Moore. for Miss Matthews.The r
Punch was served from a silver Father James Cregan, installed four dining tables were
bowl placed on a table)over the following officers to covered with imported card table :r .. ,. LADIESCOAT
laid with a white lace cloth serve with Mrs. Champion: cloths with matching nap Crinkle patent, bagiwzipper i. ,ee, _,.
over red. Fruits and holly sur- vice-president, Mrs..L.C.Rodrtque -, kins and centered with miniature ctotures /W I
rounded the punch bowl from ; treasurer Mrs.' James L Christmas arrangements. In black' brown and $499 ,I, r SALE .
which Hand made Christmas .. A .II
cranberry punch with a Moore; and recording secre- place
green floating fruit ring was tary, Mrs. Francis Meng. cards marked the seating ar- '
served by Anne Terwillegar, During the business meeting rangement for the 16 guests. V
Denise Winkler and Vicki Tur- plans were made to have the The hostesses presented the
ner, members of the Little children's Christmas party after honoree with the covered veg- t112 \i I
Women's Club.Other Little Wo- Mass on Sunday, Dec. 20. etable dish to her chosen china I. DN\ :
men assisting were Becky Jack- The Society announced that a pattern as a memento of the \

son, Trish Myers and Barbara fruit cake will be given awayon occasion. r Our Reg. To $35
VallnsM. Dec. 20.During .
The tea table in the sunroom the social hour refreshments On Sunday Mrs. W.B. Mundywas LADIES PANTIES w )* Carcoats long coats pant coats newest I
was covered with a white lace were served from hostess at a family dinner _"" A olds, array ol" ladiet pannat In the r .1 fabrics and styles- Sizes 12 to 20.
cloth over red and centered a tea table covered with a party at the Garden Restaurant regular. .,..110 leg brlela' and bikini 59l to ,
with a Christmas arrangement white cutwork cloth and cen- honoring Miss Matthews and 'ehooM.11/1./ ; many 8-8. fabrics A cola to $1 .00 _....,
flanked by three branched can- tered with a red and green Bill Meng. i t
delabra holding burning red Christmas arrangement flankedby Centering the dining table was I + ? 4 LADIESMISSESSTRETCH
tapers. Mrs. Mona Canova and burning red tapers. an arrangement of pink carna- 1v/

Mrs. John Myers presided at On Thursday, Dec. 10, Mrs. tions flanked by pink tapers i 100% NYLON BOOT
the coffee service. Don Champion, Mrs. Francis in silver candelabra. .:
Individual tables were placed Meng, Mrs. James Moore, and Besides the honor guests, Crinkle look, tidal.ppeied
In the auditorium. Each was Mrs. Lawrence Meng attendedthe those attending were Mr. and boot*. Our rag Q88
centered with a Christmascandle East Coast Deanery Day Mrs. E.L. Matthews, Mr. and i PANTY --r 1 I 10-315.10. 10.99 o
surrounded with Mr. Paul Meng and
holly. of Recollection at St. Paul's daughter, '
Mrs. John Myers, chairmanof Church in Jacksonville. Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. Bob "
Fine Arts Department, introduced Ferguston, Mrs. W.E. Middleton I. -\0.\. SHAG BOOTSWarm
Tom King who pre- Miss Madge Middleton HOSE '.( :;.
sented the BHS Glee Club in Methodist Classep Mrs. O.L. Beasley, and Mrs. a snappy
a group of Christmas carols J.W. KIncaid. two-tone boots. $344
accompanied by Mrs. King. Have Yule PartyThe Miss Matthews and Mr. Meng \t ,! S. GIRLS-BOYS 5-10 Our reg. S3.44 +

Adult Fellowship Class were"A Wedding presented Remembrance with a book,", $129t. ,. .,'\\1.1' JACKETS ; iI
Mrs. John.Myers Mrs. J.R. Walnwright, teacher, by the hostess as a mementoof I ,
and the Young Adult Class,Ran- the occasion. I Our rat $5 r
Hostess at Luncheor day Newland, teacher, of the I :, IIIf I)l 39 hJ FAMILY COWBOY BOOT

First United Methodist Church : .
Mrs. John Myers entertainedat had a covered dish supper and :(' Micro mesh; nude heel;; /, 11 Ourreq.$7.89 \f Mens $12.88 Youths $5.99
two tables of bridge and Christmas party last Friday Baldwin CKevroIetChristmas ; colors; -T-XT. 1y I'' f II. Our re.I8." Ladies $1000 Infants $4.99 9.

luncheon Tuesday at her homeon night at the home of Mr. and Party ::1 1 GIRLSPANTYHOSE. . ,77c "" I ""I' \ and..... 8 Boys $7.99 4
( .
Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Drew Reddish. f 11'\, PrehoMdax taM of our giria' and
Christmas arrangementswere Yuletide decorations were ,/ HIGH SOCKS 58c to'1.00 \f I If bore nylon .pttt. a corduroy
used In decorating for used In the party room. The Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds hada r ,jackets LADIES LATEST FASHION'
the occasion. The two tables buffet table was covered witha company Christmas party and '
were covered with white linen Christmas cloth and centered dinner Saturday night in the DRESS SHOESLow '
cloths and each was centered with a red and white arrange- Pecan Room of the Garden Res i BOYS
with a green fondue server. ment. taurant.
or high heals
Green plates were used, and Those attending include The staff exchanged comic .
: reg. $ $4
red napkins. members of the classes, their gifts which were placed under J PERMA PRESS $ .;"U'
Following three progressionsof husbands, wives and dates. the Christmas tree In the cor-
bridge, high and low prize Following dinner and songs ner of the room. The U-shapec"
were awarded. and carols were enjoyed. dining table carried out the -ffi SPORT SHIRTS
Christmas motif.Duplicate SPRINGMAID ,,
ad -- -- -- -

Bridge Choose long sleeve .
STUDENTS -J I solids stripes and $ Our ':. No-Iron gay Kotay print. "MoortlowW." r
Club ResultsThe reg. '
plaids In asst. colors; 3 5 .- .y 1- 1 72.104 orTwinfiitad,
; to # _--oM:.._: f)4tee*
new long pointed collar. for ... 81 >104 OF.II'II.d.' $44a
$2.49 .. t w' .
MAY ENROLL Sizes 8-18. ..1 :'>1-; L/ Plloweaeq ft 4tpr;
Duplicate Bridge Club f.. ;;(.'. "r s / No-Iron CMorrt.". .1.by SprlngmaM
Mitchel Movement /1., ...' ., ,: 72.104orTml.tie, used the .r
NOW Tuesday night at the 6-1/2 tables "I _ __ I ..::0.. o.;--. ...,.;......:!.....I.I' p'n.81. ..104orFulll.ltad..c.,., .12.tittaa.....' ..
played in the Pratt Street .U.z/p. '.
IN THE Recreation Center.NorthSouth I MENS "

firstTownsend 1 JUMBO ; ,
COSMOTOLOGYCLASS v 9' Dent and Ken Dent; tie second- s
Mrs. F.J. Shaw and Mrs. Harry rd 'i. KNT SHIRTS BATH TOWELS ,
Mooty. and G.G. Wrenshall r
and Luclle Davie.Ea.tWest Ji Jumbo sheared lowali, by famous makers /0 .2 y 1
first- Marie Dent : a ..j Our $ Cannon i Marten; 100 cotton ;., .J x 4Q{
AT THE and John Mussollne,tie second- r ? 2 .
r reg. 5 Bath Z+ ;1
Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. for Towel fL99 '
$2.09 I
Martha Moore, and Howard and l Hand Towel $1.19
Evelyn Colter. Wash Cloth, 5k
'4 100 full 'fashion acrylic short sleeve knits

Bradford Union Area 7 ?+ ..r.- shirts in assorted stripes; crew necks; sz. ON '

Vocational Technical Centel BIRTHS S-XL. 1'lrrk'' ,

To Begin Jan. 25, 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny P.Johnson HANDKERCHIEF AND JEWELRY SETS S1.00 I. ,
announce the birth of a SHAG
For Further Information Contact son, Jason Cory, on Dec. 10 "CARPS Fl NEST' BOYS UNDERWEAR 3 for$2.00
in Riverside Hospital.Mr. Deep plush pile, shag rugs with no,. _
Mr*. Orie Hutchina..lnatructor aa-" skid backs; machine washable.

Phone 964,8275 and Mrs. Vernon Carl- r use YOUR CAR P'S 2h 34. SU' h 5.. .:
ton Byrd announce the birth CHARGE "
. .
$3.2 Lid Covers .. :
of a son, Bradley Curtis, on $1.59FTT 'I'

Dec. 12 In Bradford County t -1t ""' : .._ : : ,," _
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Chili Party Given Birthday Party Mrs John Spengler and son

By Troop 615 of Gales Ferry, Conn.Is spend r
For Wendee Hall ,
ing a month with her parents, M MjcL
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and
Girl Scout troop 615 enter- Lt. Col. and Mrs. V.J. Speng-l' M
tained their parents and their Wendee Kristen Hall ler. STS2 Spengler Is on sub- t
(Mrs Elizabeth celebrated her first birthday marine USS ,
friendship troop patrol duty; on the
Givens Walker' troop; Wednesday night at a party Thomas Edison In Spain and Y
Lt :
at a Chili dinner Saturday noon given by her mother Mrs. C. will Join the family the first L'h .IMwy pit'
H. Hall 4
on Street. ,
/ 7
In the Methodist Fellowship Hal) The table was covered with of the year. i14S5'f
following pa-
a gold lace cloth and
centeredby '
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwinof
Thee girls prepared the meal a Christmas candle and Arcadia visited their mothers -
and were In charge of the decorations praying angel doll. The birth- Mrs. Eve Baldwin and NEW ;
day cake .
was Iced In white and
under the dlrectior Mrs. Robbie Shaller over the
decorated In .
of their leaders, Mrs. K.S. pink.Outoftown weekend. YEAR
Mullins and Mrs. Jack Eaves. guests were Mrs.
Anna E, ss-
Following the dinner grout grandmother Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stock-) .
Mrs. Dianne Slog, aunt; and '' \ JliI
singing was enjoyed.Mr. ton and son of Daytona Beach'
Lauren Slog cousin all of
were Sunday guests of Dr. and Ak.
Jacksonville. Also attendingwere Mrs. A.J. Barry. FROM
and Mrs. Hugh L.Brown- Stephanie Dukes Stacy
Reddish, Chad Reddish
lee Jr. of New Orleans spent, Vellenga. The and Joy Miss Jean Mundy and Mrs.
the weekend here with rela children wen Patricia Me tendon of RockHlll,
tives. given birthday hats, balloon, S.C. arrive Sunday for two JoAnn Canova puts the final touches on the heavily STARKEHRYSLER
and car favors. weeks visit with Mrs. WB.j, laden table at the Hospital Auxiliary's annual coffee.
Archie Green of Chicago 111. Mundy. Friday at Bradford County hospital Billy Dodd

will visit his mother, Mrs. Carlton Faulk of Jacksonvillespent Mrs. E.P. Boland and chll-i hospital board member, and George Canova, hospital
Inez Green during the holidays the weekend with Mr. dren Barry and Beth, of administrator, are in background.

Pvt. Mark Hamilton of Fort and Mrs. Maxle Carter Sr. Athens, Ga arrive Monday to

Saturday Campbell for Ky.two arrives weeks leave home visited Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.J.T.R.O.Lawson Dansby In spend Boland mother,the will Mrs.Join holidays H the.L. family Speer.with next Mr.her xr ... ...,..:.., I. I I PLYMOUTI

St. Vincent's Hospital on Sun Thursday. I II
Lee Scott m of Coronado day.
Calif will spend the holidays Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Massey T
with his uncle and aunt, Mr Mrs. PE. Stone and Miss Ma- of Columbus, Ga. will be week- I I II SANTA
and Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar mle Anderson of Archer spend end guests of Sen and Mrs. II I SAYS
Jr and family.] the weekend with their sister Charley Johns. I

UWM __ ._____, Mrs. E.M. Davis..A.P.--- ......_-- ----.. 1 I_ I i We're Coming Through This Christmas

1 THIS THURS-FBI-SAT. !1 1I I With Some Real Fine Buys On Used Cars

A1X i 1 1 Look At The Christmas Specials Below

I1 :
n'} ii:. ? 6 1968 OLDS 88 4 DOOR SEDANPower

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f I .l 5 r' I ,,-:.; r ..; "-, dAL .;..,.).,Wr.." $2695
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STEREO MUSIC CENTER Mrs.\ Lucy White pour coffee: for Dr. A. J. Barry, 6 Cyl., Radio, Heater and Air Condition, 29000 mile, One

honored guest at the Hospital Auxiliary's Christmas- Owner Car. Get This For Mom.
observance Friday. ,
AM-FM STEREO RADIO Our sale, price a


4 SPEED TURNTABLE w/COVER $12 488 Coffee Christmas Goodiea

Bradford County; Hospital poured from the silver coffee
master charge. I personnel were honored at a sonic e from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Air Cond.. 'Turbo PS, PB, R&H All The Chrome Trim
,MAGNUS ELECTRIC tea 1 n the Conference Room of Mrs. Olin White from 10 a.m. and Custom Cab, Dark Blue, and White. Get ThIs
I the hospital last Friday given to 12 noon Mrs Levon Andrews For Dad.
by the Hospital Auxiliary from from noon to 2 p.m., and Mrs. ,
CHORD ORGAN ENSEMBLESo 8 turn, to 3 p.m. M.A. Baldwin Jr. from 2 to 3
The tea table was covered p.m. Mrs. Robbie Shaller,co- $2495
with an Imported white cutwork p.m. Mrs. Robbie Shaller, social -
Our sal price cloth centered with a silver chairman In charge: of the ,
easy to play that anyone affair, had members of the Auxiliary
and red Christmas arrangementIn
can Full music learn In sounds lust 60 with seconds 37 keys! $ 84 a silver footed bowl, flanked assisting In serving.Mrs. 1970 1966 1967

and 12 chord buttons. Also 36 by silver candelabra with red P.G. Felos was decorations Cuh Loboy Tractor, Olds 88 4 Door HT, Impala Wagon One
Included matching bench and tapers. Mrs. George CanovaTrophies chairman. Like Brand New. Full Power & Atr. Owner.
Magnus music books.
Presented $2495 I $1395 $1695

!al11''% LADIES-MENS POLAROID To Duplicate Bridge Winners I, 1966International :I 1967 1968

17JEWELGRUEN COLORPAK II ,..,, ,yy 1, Scout I Impala Coupe, PS, PB Chevy Vi Ton 6 Cyl.,
w, -BENRUS- I OutUK : Air Cond. Standard.
.s I Xt $995 $1695 $1595

MM 19'rAM Rig ]""" > 4VJ1" color print, In :
price |lull'60 wand,.B a W'In lull,lot 1966
1968 ,
Ported lor ,... upcoming. : 1968
GHt Bo..dOn holldayllREALTONE' : SS 396 Coupe, Maroon Chevy Wagon, 6 Cyl.,, Ford Mustang:, 351

and White. AT PS. V8, 3 Speed.
WORLDWIDERADIO $1895 $1095 / $1795

1966 1968
::. $2771 Our MMprtc.. $1488 a Ply. Belvedere, 4 Door Buick Special PS, Air : Olds Cutlass, 4 Door,

PS, Air Cond. Cond. : HT, (Power).
_.. _..
Fifty' on b.n.rl. or U..1111 Daturl or on
current with Hum-,In AC line current. wit" bull-in' AC lino $1095 $1895 ,
coed AM/FM/SW/Alr/PMice, cord Mid.. Itat*dependability. i

GE AM-FM CLOCK RADIO 4 1967 1967 1964

GE STEAM/ Ford LTD Coupe, PS. Chevy yt Ton V8 Chevelle Wagon, V8,
Our*!*prte DRY IRON PB, Air Cond. Engine, R & H. PS Air Cond.

$1992PROCTORSILEX MMprtc Our $884ct.ong. $1795 $1495CHEEEEPIES $995

M'' ,
IraNnl on colld*tal,*clock radio ..from ilam' 'lo dry Iron I
hu AFC tuning (or drift tr** af the filch of.*witch 15*lmvnt "
reception:lighted clock. *,fabric dial on handl.. Mrs. George Miller (left) and Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. I --- -
are winners la the annual membership tournament of

GE ELECTRIC the American Contract Bridge League. 1958 1960 1962

11 CUP PERK TOASTER { Street The Recreation Tournament Center.was played Dec. 1 in the Pratt i Chevy yt Ton Ford 4 Door Buick 4 Door

= 1092 $1184 $175 $150 $245
prtc Mrs. W.P. Bartlett and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Custlno
attended the - -- -------------- -
/ Dorsey Layman --- -
Brow d* Messiah at St. Johns River
*. Kop sew hot;attractive glaupoll .l.clor.. snap op.n crumb, tray; daughter, Mrs. Cula Coran,and
brlym.wan." Aran 2 dla.PANASONIC Junior College recently when
Coran's funeral
attended Mr. Starke
Miss Kim Bartlett was the pi
9" All Sunday afternoon.
CHANNEL anist.
ME LAM INEDINNERWARE Local admittances: to Bradford '

.j I Our 93 County Hospital this weel St.Miss Vincent's Judy Whitehead School of of Nurs-the
69 Include: Mrs. Anna LachovlU ChryslerPlymouth
*! with her
ing spent the weekend
Vide Sheik
Mrs Sapp, Mrs.
E. $1 084CompIO. priceNo ) Thornton Mrs. Joan Harley, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.L.

.. ....... lor I'In choice more waiting lot picture James A. Gnann, Mrs. Maggie Whltehead.
of pattern ,include* all ........ or count This TV feature' Ellington, Norman Sanders
needed lor a .beautiful.. dinner Instant on picture and Mrs. Harriett Buff of Columbus MffMMWtlt IM A4tN\ CHRYSLER
and Starke _
Buddy Hardy, of ; Y6 aNNINM :"'" '"-
uwet UHF
lound. Cole-
and VHF re Miss Beulah Smith, Mrs. Mary!I Ga. and Mrs. Steven
caption yr.guarantee) DtnUns and Glen Bennett Law-i l man of Waycross, Ga.were last

I I ..1st QUALITY ALWAYS CHARGE IT AT CARPSIJ! teyab Graham.; Miss Ellen Hagan. Wednesday Mrs. C.W. Buff.visitors of Mr. and U. S. 301 NDrth ;:'TAIIK.:, KI.IIKIO'" Phone 9644600 .

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old RJE school, will require' r -- -ng-- Thomas had lived In Starke "

;HOUSING' a pump station which will cost 7 'r ';4 s' 1 THOMAS sine 1IU and was associated ( ,,
around $20,000, the council{ with his father S.T. Thomas .
r PROJECT said. VA1t'g/ 4 ,. KILLED In the poultry business. CEotemtlttrt''

The Council alsos N "1''r' s', (Continued! from Page -. / Services were held Sunday In
: Continued from Pace Onel -Told Gas Supt. Bob Patterson : '. Jones Memorial Chapel In

' rebultdiiw project came along not to Install gas lines, The head-on collision occured Starke with Rev. Denton Sum-
and that$20 000 went into that. from the street to the apart- f In the inside of the south bound rail officiating. Burial was 0 r
The city: flat spent $120,000 ment unite of Town House Enterprises traffic lane six feet from the Hickory Grove Cemetery
under direction -
on tile SR-ie project, Chairman on Brownlee Street r east edge of the pavement. Green Cove Springs,
Neil Tucker said. Patterson said it would have ; The Batten vehicle left 18 of DeWitt C.Jones Fun
But the council told Mrs., cost the city: $1,500 and such r- i feet of skid marks before the eral Home of Starke. NOT' ;C B
I Walker the project is the nexteta work is not the policy of most point of Impact. Speed of both
the council will undertake. gas companies. 6 vehicles was estimated at 501 I All Insurance
The area in question, north of' -Approved an ordinance amendment mph.
I Keller Street and In, back a to Section 7-29 and The accident occured at 8:35 OfficesIn
Char- pan. three miles south of Starke< U: S. 301'4LANING
Section 7-38 of the Clty:
I ter establishing that at least on US-301, one-tenth mile south

GLOVER 60 ampere electrical services ( 1 of the Intersectionwith SR- Be Closed From
must be Installed in multiple 221.Driver
of both trucks were
ELECTRIC family dwellings. thrown from their vehicles by ion County: (Ocala)should"havea Noon Wednesday
-Asked Clerk Merrill Ed- IIa the Impact. Thomas was found natural interest" in the protect Dec. 23
Complete -Repair! wards to look into the slow on the east shoulder of the Other counties to be invited Until Monday
ServiceWIIQNGHEATING delivery of a new police car road and Danny Ray Battenwas to the Jan. 28 meeting
from Starke ChryslerPlymouth. : thrown Into the median will be Alachua, Sumpter, Nassau Dec. 28
It has been seven weeks strip. and Duval.Duval,however,
AIR CONDITIONING since the bid was let, and de- R is expected to express little MERRY
24 HOURS I livery was promised in four Interest in the project unlessit
I| weeks, according to Council-1' 4 is seen there as a means 1
j 964-8835 man Jimmy McRae. ,+, of solving traffic congestion.
9 t y' BRIDES Local Chamber officials said
-- - -.,..-.- .... ., r v they would contact the Marion
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Registered At

1 AMD '' d i p k ,t BULLINGTON'SDECEMBER County: chamber to seek help (1Je[ ([ ."' ....vntt4tc /
in planning the January session r'
Miss Carol Reddish Sen. Saunders will be
present and both Gov. Reubin dnh
Miss Tryphinia; McRae Iskew and Lt.-Gov.Tom Adams
/ I1; r ____ ___ r -__ .__ i Now'--I
for ill be Invited, as will Jim F.dr.SQrpel tttr..aa
$4,000 Diesel Engine lard district engineer with r.oo:prreeMt

-nl l I t s. Gilts The Treasure Bride Will Ite. Department In Lake CU of'. Transpor.tlon -

,. .., Given Vo-Tech SchoolThis

1 NC .
14 t''t! ". ., Rc 2,29 220-hp, slx-cylindei A first class diesel mechanic,
Oz fi
f'"j l', Cummings diesel engine worth Rockenbach says, draws $4 per

PECAN, LOG ROLL 1.99 ted Vocational approximately to the Bradford Technical$4,000wasdona-Union Center Area 'Were hour mechanics or better.its not Instruction for the at diesel the SHADE & FRUIT TREES .6

.. 12 Oz. Can ReK. 1,49NUTCO last Thursday by Cummings of vo-tech center here, Rocken-
Florida Inc. of Jacksonville. bach says, he doesn't know .
CRUNCH 1.29: 11 will be used as a training where such training would take .;.i.,"",4Q '
accessory in the vo-tech cen-
r. place. That's why the Bradford
v'" ter's diesel mechanics class school system Instituted the tis
; taught by Roy Sellers who says course, Supt Casey says. c itii
Toys N.QVeltiesSouvenirs the engine will give his students Cummins Engine Company, '
M first hand diesel repair and Inc world-wide manufacturer ,\. CURTIS FLORDASUN

'': maintenance experience. of diesel engines for all power .. .....
BAN-LON QUALITY SPORT SHIRTS Among those looking on as requirements, Inaugurated the ( ., MAHAN FLORDAWON ...
students unload the engine are
*. engine donation program In the 1
Long & Shorlfsiceve J Value 7.508.50HOLIDAY James L. Rockenbach, Mana Interest of promoting highly STUART TEJON 1 EXCELSOR
.. ger of Cummings' Jacksonville skilled mechanics to fill the
branch; Vo-Tech Director Ted needs of the rapidly growing SANTA ROSA:
SPECIAL 2.49-4.99 Oglesby, and Supt. Tom Casey. diesel Industry according to a
Twelve adults and 18 high release handed out by Rock-
'- school students and veterans enbach. The firm makes diesel
n are currently enrolled In diesel engines available to selected FLORIDA PEAT RYE GRASSPER
mechanics at the vo-tech trade school, penal Institutions, '\ KEIFFER
center in both day and eve- high schools, and universities e .
.Si key' ning classes. According to C
Rockenbach, a graduate of the for through Instructional Cummins distributors purposes c BARTLETTS 50 LB. 5 9 12
two-year will be employable course under by Sellers a firm In the U.S. _i. PINEAPPLE BAG - I

U.S. 30CNor7h [Phone 964-5044 4 4Ct such as Cummings for $3 per ..
hour with no further training. THE BRADFORD


.published.entry Thursdayat
c 138 W. Call street I ) PURPLE LEAF PLUM .

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$90,000 Grant Scene Of Family e
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Starke's Ctvttan Club was County's; school system Among the students coming Mr. 4M'';Mr. H.A. Lawson
praised for its recent metal has been granted $90,000In Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. home for the holidays are Eve- wen .In.Manama City; over the
can pick up along area highway state funds for special education Some 30 children 2-6 & A.M.. was the setting for a lyn Sinclair from Mercer College weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs'
at Its regular' meeting Tuesdaj according to School will enjoy a Christmas ages Party; Family Night Christmas Party ; Melody Cuttino, Ginger Bill Morar.:They brought their
morning Superintendent T.L. Casey. by the Brad- on Thursday, Dec. 10. Baldwin and Jane Crosby from granddaughter t Katie Morar,
County Agent George Huggln Casey said the special education today sponsored Master A.F. Gar Beverly
; ford High DCT Class. Worshipful Tlffc; Patsy Hitchcock back w Ui, them for two weeks
was the featured speaker at the unit will be a portion, The children will be served ner and Mrs. Gamer greeted McRae. Paul McLeod, Harald visit.Mrs.;. '', ,;:
early morning breakfast meeUl! or an extension of the Brad- members and their families Bowen Gary Hamilton Bobbin .
Ing. He encouraged the club to ford Middle SchooL II ice cream and cake and of arrival and each mem Barksdale Fred Graudon,Bobby .t.W.Strickland of Wildwood -
sponsor future highway cleanups Middle School Principal: Richard I y /'rM course, Santa will make an beer brought a gift for the Masonic Martin and William Scog- U'\ Mrs.
Christmas vI.lt"The
of cans. Jockel and Mrs. Lucille i early Home In St. Petersburg.The gins from FSU; Dianne Ed- C.C. Clayton W.H.
The speaker notes recent; Payne, elementary school students decided to give Lodge dining room was wards from Florida Atlantic Hart and family,this week.
changes. In agriculture emphan supervisor, and other teachersare the children a party; this year beautifully decorated In the College; Kathy Myers from ry' ''
Instead of their annual
.sizing the continuous need oi now working on educational DCT having holiday theme. The tables were Flagler College; Byron Ter- Mr. and Mn;James McNeely
pesticides: If agriculture Is tq specifications as a first step banquet. covered with red cloths and wlUegar from College of and'daughter of Lakelant
survive. In planning the new unit, Casey [ : white napkins were used.Each Charleston; Reggie Flynn from were visiting her parents Mr.
Hugging pointed out recent said. table held candleholders: with U. of F.; Wayne Blankenshlp and Mrs.. Herbert Thomas.
unfavorable publicity; of pestlJ The funding is for 15 full-time Courthouse green candles and vases of and Steve Denmark from University Thursday and Friday.
tides Is due to the failure to and 45 part-time students, the Holiday Set red and white polnsettias. The of Georgia; Jan Bitch '
follow directions on their use Superintendent said Christmas tree graced one cor- from Emory University: and Mrs. Rhoda Dampler visited
County; Forester Allan Tar- Improvement Award ner with the gifts. Tom Bitch from University of Selective Service Headquarters -
leton was in charge of the pro Dimes Coffee The Bradford County courthouse Music was played during the VIrginia.Mrs. In St.' Augustine last Fri-
gram. will be closed from 5 dinner hour, and following din- day and was a luncheon guest
The Dec. 22 Clvltan meeting Drive SlatedThe Receiving an Improvement Award from p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 23, to ner the Worshipful Master Introduced Henry Godwin Mrs.A.J. of severa1oof the headquarters
will be devoted to installation Chamber President Mao Baldwin are the Monday Dec. 28, for the the officers of the Eaves Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. :; White Lion Restaurant -
of new members.In annual March of Dimes presidents of the two Bradford High FFA Christmas holidays, it was announced Lodge and the Shrine Club. H.M. Rlcharde and Mrs. A.L. Mj .
Coffee Drive In which all local yesterday.The Guest speaker for the even- Crosby Jr. visited Mrs. C.D. '
Thee 0 Lord do I put drug stores and restaurants chapters, David Stalnaker and John demons. annual Christmas party; Is Ing was Past Worshipful Mas- Williams at the Macclenny Nur- :
my trust: let me never be put participate Is set Monday Dec. Members of the FFA chapters painted the wel- scheduled at the courthouse for ter Jack McComb, who spokeon sing Home on Wednesday on ?-(,::l,'. *
to confu .-(Psalm 71, 1.) 21.Participating come signs along US-301 at the north of south ''ecember 23. the Masonic Home. Mrs. Williams' birthday. A"proposed manpower pool
businesses will everyone for
Those who put their trustin donate all funds collected for entrances to Starke. e e e omettef public service.,
God, completely and with- the sale of coffee to the 1971 Tile Uttta boy down the Pvt. and Mrs. John Harold .
Senior Chapter members working on the Job New axiom in sports: It Andrews of Belalr Md. will The ':ealy'jifcemputoory( mlUhtar
reservation Drive. Coffee it doetn't do
out -who say March of Dimes block saps any
"Thy will not mine, be done"in Day will kick off the 1971 Dimes were Mike Oliver, Carl Luther, Ewell Craft, good to before/ but matters how not if you won or lost arrive Saturday for two weeks' y-.
father you negotiated the ..
visit with their families. .
Mike and Chrittmat. Hit hat &bet --
wondrous faith, shall ever Drive. Stephen Gay, Maoy, Dennis Rhoden. TV contract.
more be calm and strong free Ralph Diggs principal of Junior Chapter members working were Vic- whole pear computerised. '
Bradford High School: cam-
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CHRISTMAS SPECIAL I In last Sunday' Youth League Points are accumulated by Christmas Lights --- All Sets x + .,
Tournaments at the Starke GoLC the participation In each of y
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FEATURING the match play vs. Par Tournament the tournaments each receive,. BULBS NOW ALL REDUCED )t
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Dump JV Cagers Edge 33-32 By G Cove ,

Site SelectedA .r'"

The Baby Tornadoes also jv CAGE PLAY'' will have a lot of :,:
Willie Newsome hit a Jumper ; against and .'-jwsome one guard position. poets they
left to give scored their best free throw head scored: against them all .:
with 42 seconds again. t Santa Brian Johns 9, had looked points
five acre site on SR-229 the property will County SanItarian percentage, sinking five of nine A still young, still learning .;
Bradford High's Junior varsity "real good" In the first two season.
Jack Trawick said Wed Junior basketball team Fe. Williams was the
near Conner Is being varsity
shots for 56 cent. of the Baby Tornadoes
Tuesday Strong point
33-32 win and Is to
cagers a rebounder In the SA tilt games expected see .
nesday. has lost Its first two Ing "
Bradford County as gamesto
by "I thought this was our best Is their enthusiasm
night over their counterpartsfrom more action Coach Jim Duncan -
a sanitary land fill, but permission The site Is In Bradford County Green Cove Springs.It effort to date," Coach Duncan St. Augustine, 53-49. and with 16.The Indicates.Ten Coach Duncan says. Slxte*."
from the near a large "volunteer" Santa Fe 49-39, but Coach Jim Tornadoes led SA by It
must come: said. His boys exhibited poise travel with the squad;
ownerOwenIllinois TimberCo. dump that has grown up on SR- and maintained their Duncan feels his budding Brad points In the opener In St.Augustine boys have played In each and
was the first win of the composure but bad second game so far, Duncan says.He's practice.
.,, 229. The County has sought for ford cagers will win some a )
In the second: half when members other than _
season for the Baby Tornado still looking for his first five Squad
some time to do somethingabout half lost the nip and tuck contest .
Bradford and Union County; they bell behind, he noted. games. these previously named, are -:;
cagers against two losses. SAoutacored ball playen.
for them
commissioners looked the the unsanitary conditionsthat .
over .
Alphonso Berry came on In Several freshman players, Steve Register, 9.; Al Berry,
site Bradford exist at the present volun- Sophomore Vernon Barber'sshooting them
Monday morning.
Is agreementwith tary dump. the fourth quarter to hit two His Tornadoes played alert, and rebounding have A bad first period, when San- Duncan says, will turn Into, 10; Eddie Hasen 10; Gary ,"
seeking Union to a maintain Joint the land Trawick said Wednesday he crucial baskets for the Tor- heads up basketball, expeclally; kept the JV cagers In both ta Fe outscored them 20-5, "real fine ball players once]! Browning, 10; Leroy Davis ."i t
nadoes who entered the final In the final minute and half'of they get oriented to basketball'I 10;; Terry Hayes, 9.; Alvaughn
mi which Is near Ralford and has been told O-I will give Ms a He hit 18 points and killed the second: game,although'
eight minutes trailing 2329. the Duncan said. hade13 after not much of a program' Golden 9.; Eddie Blalock: 9; .
Control Unit game
Mosquito permis- rebounds against St. '
used by residents of both counties. the Baby Reds closed the gap!
.. David Alvarez, 10, and Mike
sion this week to clean up the Berry scored eight points Ir BHS will travel to Macclen-, Augustine and hit 13 points and to 10. In Junior high school. ".
The land In question is un- present can Jungle which make the period before Newsome hi ny tomorrow night(Friday,Dec pulled down 13 rebounds against Starters In the first two games The Tornadoes have not Cissy, 10.
the winning basket, according 18) take Baker their coach defensively The JV squad will play every .
to on the County pleased -
Tor- '
der a 66-year lease, however, the highway unsightly. Coach Santa Fe to lead the Baby have been Barber, Williams, the varsity does this wIn-
Jim time
and Allan Campbell, resident The area was Inspected Mon Duncan. Junior varsity In the final game nadoes In both games. Newsome'!!, Carl Rlherd!, 19, David so far. But they are play- with Junior
Able Williams and Newsomc ter ;
varsity "
manager of O-I, told officials day by Bradford County Com- before the two week vacationfor Willie Newsome, 10, and Able I Alvarez, 10, and Charlie Ing strictly: a man-to-man defense -. ( '
each hit 10 to lead the scheduled for 6:3q: [P.m. r
points Christmas
the ,
missioner Dave Shuford, Com- holidays. Williams 9 each hit for 14
Monday he would have to seek Tornadoes Green 9, have alternated at and Duncan says; he ex-
Berry had 8, Ver- ,. .
for Its as a missioner-Elect George Roberts .P
permission use
dump. Owen-Illinois will prob- Sanitarian Jack Trawlck, non Barber 3, and Brian Johns r .;__. ____ _. U - _u. _. _. _-.:....... __ .._ .._ 'l--
ably give permission,'but there Union Health Officer Glen Howard and Danny Alvarez one point

Is a question If the owner of ester, and from by O-I.Alan Campbell,for- each.Barber went Into the game W'REMEMBERWE WILL BE OPEN THIS FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P.M. FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE. l '

After the site was selected, averaging 16 points, but his tf ANYONE MAKING A PURCHASE OF 39.95 OR MORE WILL RECEIVE A REAL NICE GIFT: ONE YOU ...:
performance fell off. Had he
Campbell said he would
DevilsGo the request for use of the relay land been Ms usual self Coach Duncan W WILL BE PROUD TO OWN. DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER FOR FREE GIFTS_ TO BE GIVEN AWAY.Bcctccc.k. :::

to his company and will later said, the Tornadoes would N
have had little trouble with
report to the respective coun-
71-48 ty boards on the decision Green Cove.
reached. BHS led 0-9 after the first
period but dropped back to trail
The site has been given ver-
bal approval by a state healtt 19-20 at halftime. .
By BHS official who met the Bradfort Green Cove outscored the
Board Dec. 7 on the SR-229 Tornadoes 9-4 In the third period -
site and the Hampton dump. to lead 29-23 before Berry SANTA'SHELPER' r
Battling valiantly,'Bradford's Chairman Zedra Hamilton and Newsome came on.

shorter Tornado basketball asked John A. Mulrennan of
team stayed with a to>igh Green the State Division of Health,
Cove Springs varsity for almost if two-county agreement wouldbe RECREATIONCENTER
three quarters here Tuesday approved by the state.
night before straightde- Mulrennan said many such
It Is the third arrangements exist elsewhere 1y
feat and a shaky start for the: In the state and he saw no
BHS five, only two of which reason why a Bradford-Union MM
have varsity experience. agreement could not be workedto MEN'S BASKETBALL M t
Green Cove went ahead 17-9 the satisfaction of both par- 7Kd
after the first period, but BHS MEETING .
fought back, penetrating the ties.Bradford County has had a There will be a Men's Basketball *> N :

Blue Devil zone consistently mosquito control program fora organizational meeting 23CL ...
and using a close press. They number of years,and presently Monday night, Dec. 21, 8 p.m., r.-.
trailed 21-23 at the half but receives about $19,000 in at the Recreation Department ..,.-

closed the margin to 31-32 ear- state matching funds under a Office <...-..
Anone to enter team ...
ly In the third period. state mosquito control program
Then the Tornadoes ran out administered from Jacksonvilleby should do so a t this time. .N own : "'1

of gas, according to Coach Mike the Division of Health under -
to too Mulrennan.The BANTAM BOYS BASKETBALLThe
Sexton, and began press
hard and floor mistakes resulted county now operates five Bantam Boys Basketball Christmas is
The Tornadoes turned land fills League will begin its league 23i,, : :
the ball over three times In Union County; Is presently setting play on Tuesday, Jan. 5. M M
a row and Green Cove took! up a mosquito control: pro- The boys, 54 of them, have for little kids ;
advantage of each mistake.By gram and is trying to get equipment been practicing for three weeks, _
the end of the third per- needed to operate a and are progressing very well,
iod the Blue Devils had openedup landfill on the Olustee Road.! Rev. Director Gene Rayburn AMF
In the says. t
a 48-37 margin. Cove Sponsors of the teams this 20"' Roadmaster Bik. . . . . . $69.95
fourth period Green year are: Starke Builders Sup 11 1 'flu 20"' Girls Deluxe Polo Bik. . . . . . 69.95
scored 20 straight points and nadoes. Dean Johns and Jimmy Koch Goodman's 20" Roadmastsr Convertible Bike, . . . . 39.95
left the Tornadoes scoreless Ricks each added six. But the ply, Drugs in- 9 12" Girll Sidewalk Bik. . . . . . 27.88 M
for a long time in opening up Tornadoes hit 33 Standard Oil, and Conner M troo S 20" Peppermint Pink Detune Bik. . . . 55.00
their big lead. :*+, only per cent surance. The boys will play r 20" Boys 5-speed Bike . . . . . 69.95 "
The Tornadoes wet?,.to.,foal of their field goal attempts, their games In the Old Armory l 20" Boys 5-tpeed Deluxe elk. .', . . 79.96 .:
trouble. Starters Dean:Johns 22 of 65, and had two few offensive which now houses the Recrea- M G ,l 12" Convertible Sidewelk Bike . . . . 27.88 .'
fouled out rebounds. They didn't tion Department, each Tues- 1 26" Boys Deluxe Bike . . . . . 49.95 a:
and Tim Murphey get a second shot at the basket -' day and Thursday, with a dou- .u 1 4 16 Sidewelk Bike. . . . .. . 34.88 ,;::
Wright and Malachi;"had Henry four and fouls'each.Charles, very often, Coach Sexton- ble header scheduled each day, 1'* 20" Boys Renegide. Deluxe Bike .' ."..: '.:;. .. 49. e:" t\\ ,
said.David starting at 3:45: p.m. /
It all resulted In Green Cove > Evans led Green Cove '.
scoring" 35 points while .thi M HEDSTROM N N;
Tornadoes scored nine. with 21 points. Arie Kirkland S 13" Conv.rtibl.Sidewalk Bik. . . . . 22.88 =:
Coach Sexton praised his ca had 13, Charles Smith 12, and e t 16" Conv.rtibl.Sidewelk Bik. . . 29.95 :..
Chester Austin 10. 4 10"' Sidewalk Bike . 17.95 .
gers for "real fine ball game'. Jimmy Ricks and Malachf! BHS- Johns 3-0-6. Wright M 0 13" Convertible Bike. . : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 22.88 N
the first half. But.mldway-'thi ; .
Henry each had nine rebound 6-0-12, Ricks 2-2-6 Flemming tJ ;
mis takes
third period the start .
ed. for the Tornadoes and Chariot 0-0-0, Henry 5-2-12, Simmons AMFGrwithP.d.lDv.! . . . . 24.88
"We away baskets 4 or Wright had eight. 1-0-2, Murphey 5-0-12, MCKInney V AMF 34" W.gon . . . . . 9.95 S
mistakes gave to make bl The Tornadoes play a tall 0-0-0. Totals 22448. 4 12" Duo-Deck Fir. Trike . . . . . 1995
floor a '( Baker County team In Macclenny A k 12" Duo-Deck Trike . ,. . . . 1495
difference In the ballgame. Friday night, the final game 11 Li + .; 12" Junior Trik. . . . . . . 18.88
the coach said. before the Christmas holidays. f b) Blazon Deluxe.Play Gym Set . . . . 39.95
His charges need experience, Green CoveAustin 3-4-10, l 7 I f t Blazon Deluxe 8 Play Gym Set . . . . 4995 M
the BUS coach says. When they Score by quarters: Evans 9-3-21, Richardson 215 e4 Blazon Spring Horse . . . . . 29.88
get It after Christmas they'llbe i o gyp' ; Blazon 4 Pauenoar Whirly Bird . . . . 27.88 -
tougher, he predicts. Gainey 1-3-5, Smith 6-0-12, f Blazon Child's Dinette . . . . . 1238
Charles Wright, Malachl Henry BHS9 12 16 1148CC Kirkland 6-1-13 Deep 1-1-2 M ILL Cricket Rocker . . . . . . 1295 M
and Tim Murphey each 17 11 20 2371 Kelley 033Totals 281571.Bobby's t Toy Cheat . . . . . . . 1295Child's
scored 12 points for the Tor- aA.k AL.f \ Rocker . . . . . . 4.95
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dune buggy and motorcycle; rai-> Under the proposal Alachua that- Alachua County;
I Cagers Lose First 2 THEATRE den. County was to have been headQuarters already has ', a good mental
liThe Swappers Sun.
and Mon. at the, 301 playing Drlve-Ii a main financial of the program contributor: ant bialth program;; and that the

Theatre attempts to delve Intc Commissioners
I "The Wltchmalcer." Mt In a but Alachua County state plan would have
the motivations of couples engaged proposed
last meetIng
I Santa Fe utilized a zone defense Santa Fe-Gallop 4-1-9.Ader remote LouliUn bayou chronicles In wife swapping.The film!I at their view of the- Alachua County subsidizing tht
and the rebounding of hold 5-2-12 Simmons 3- -11, the strange rites of a also displays some of the dangers took a dim other nine counties of the area
its big men to hand StarkeIts Welcome 3-3-9, Smith 5-3-13 modern-day witches' coven Involved In the practice. set-uo.
second loss'In'." as many Swartz 2-1-3, HarUey 0-1-1.i which uses human blood for Its "Bora Bora," playing with jig)
'r; nights. 68-43. o tJ Totals 241766. ceremonies. "The Swappers," is a :romantic ..... --- -, .- --
Eddie Smith led the Raiders Flaying and Florida Theatre adventure filmed on location -, -
with 13 points while Russell I ST AUGUSTINE STATISTICS Fri, Sat "The Witch- In Polynesia. Both moviesare Free Estimates
" Aderhold connected for: 12. maker" stars Anthony Elsley rated "R." Satisfaction Guaranteed
:' BHS- 6 8 15 938SA Thordls Brandtand Alvy Moore.A a
o Two Tornadoes< racked up'double 12 11 14 JJ54 wild band of motorcycle;
figures! Tfin.'Murpheyl\ outlaws attack a young arcs
was the high man hitting 6 i BHSJohns 2-1-5, Wright 2-, after he does some Incriminating Alachua Vetoes STANLEY LYONS; '
field goals and"T free throw Brown O-'K'! sketches of the renegades '1 'J
0-4, Kelly 1-0-2. Regional Plan : ,I
for 13 points. He Contract
was followedby I 1. Ricks 0-0-0 Henry 6-0-12J Involved In white slavery In! the PaintingK\
Malachi Henry1 who hit 5 exciting new cycledrema'"Cy-| HealthA 0
1A LRra Murphey 5-0-10 McKlnney 2- For Mental MACCLENNY FLORIDAtf I
field goals for 10 >
points. /-
0-4. Totals: 19238. cle Savages at the 301 Drive- ./t 0 I IP.
In the first quarter," the Tornadoes St. AugustineMeade 2-0-4 in 'Theatre Is "Angel Un-' o
were heldto, ''4 points Lewis 4-3-11. Hartley 4-4-12. chained" the story of the trialsof state plan for a regional .
as they failed to work the ball Rhoden 1-2-4 Fuller 6-2-14}, a hippy commune when beset mental health program In a O. Box 31If. Phon.:2j9'W....,., : ) 4r .
Inside the Santa Fe zone, while Thorten 419.Totals:21-12-54 by a group of bellgerent ten-county area. Including 0. .
Bradford County, seems un -
the Raiders hit for 15. .

In the second Quarter the'' .--0 _"" __ _"__ 0 _._ ___, _____ __u __u ___. "__ __ ___
Tornadoes still,failed to work
the ball Inside'and were out-
scored 18-10 giving the RaId- r
ers a 33-14 lead< ..ai the half. SO/WW
The 'third 'quarter'was,onlya .
repeat of the second, as the ifirA/j\rn
Raiders continued to pad their .
lead. At the end of the third
quarter Santa Fe led 5025.

In the fourth quarter BBS t,
led by Tim Murphey.who scored,
8 In the quarter outscored the
Raiders 20-16. But the final
outcome could not be altered, Wlt
as the Raiders tallied 66 pointsto Tim Murphey makes steal in Santa f e game. A MEBBIEH pA
Bradford's 45.

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I Malaohi Henry sinks a flying lay up as Tornado cagers finally Our Christmas JUNIOR r '

started to run on Santa Fe last Friday. 1 r Desire la 5 Ir "jyrJ
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The story was told not by I ST. AUGUSTINE GAME then continued to pad the leadto : lBQouseg To Satisfy .
the Tornadoes hitting an outstanding St. Augustine fought off a 23-14 at the half. : e
91 per ce free throws to Santa Fe's 50 with 12 points. Lorenz I
ford High's season opener on Holiday frostings ,
per cent, but by the Tornadoes the road last Friday. The Yel- Fuller led SA with 14 points 1 !.
hitting only 28 per cent low Jackets went on to defeat '" to top all 44c
of their field goals! and totaling SANTA FE STATISTICS ' =
Tornadoes 54-38
the luckless
her skirts '
only 19 rebounds for the before a partisan St. Augus- BUS4 10 11 20 45 "'.. : 1
entire game. tine audience of 300 fans. S. Fe15 18 17 16 66 t pant fashions. v 0
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Coach Mike Sexton described BUSJohns 1-7-9 Wright 1- ;
the game when he said "We BUS was held to six pointsIn 3-5 Ricks 204Henry 5-0-
were killed under the boards. the first period while St. ,10, Simmons 2-0-4 Murphej r i i c I
BUS had no success with the Augustine doubled that figure 6113. Totals 171145. ,
Raiders until the a Jewelry
fourth period when the Santa Whirl through the Holidays BLANKET!
Fe coach emptied his bench Drought Conditions Bring Ban BEDSPREADS ( -:;
and the Tornadoes went to a 2117'/
man to man press type; of play. wearing PILLOW CASES :
On Burning In Nine CountiesDrought ( r l... ; }

,Our Pant Suits and Party ;
conditions have A ban on burning of any Kind : SHEETS ::
placed Bradford County In an has been proclaimed by Gov. J| dresses are the closest thing
# a imp YrT "extremely dangerous" Ore Claude Kirk because of "ex- DECORATOR; s :
situation, according to A.G.Mc- treme drought conditions" In to during this Holiday > l1. rsr ;
you <= ej
Cullers, Jr., district forester nine eastern and central Florida :

with Forestry.the Florida Division of countles.lnclud1nlfBradford. I ;'Season EAGLE'S is now show $ 'Come take your ptetc: cl :

McCullers said there has been The order extends"from the Pretty and WhinUjleal
only a trace of rain In this west boundary of Levy Cll- ing the newest and most des"r'M' Pins Earrings, Nedpt SLEEPWEAR 'to.'
area for the past 44 days an<; christ, Suwannee and Hamilton j / ''laces Bracelets and. '
counties and south to the south- ; N
the forests and fields are "dryas of Hills- sired fashions of the times. More. 60WNS
tinder-box" creating ern boundary Plnellas
Too much of the milk of situation a that Is dangerous tc a borough, Polk. Osceola and N 4 a h
in i Come for selection PAJAMAS
human kindness is kept a Umber lands wild life homes, Brevard. your ;
frozen state. and other property.; ROBES
A meeting has been held of all 'c4 :.
Serving Florida law enforcement agencies, Mc- M ''MEN'S SUITS A Complete Selection That's? .
Cullers said!, and they will be
Since 1950 responsible for enforcing the BYISTYLE Sure To Please a' :f
no-burn proclamation. All per- MENS AND BOYS
glorida (greeting Sennet. Om sons are warned not to do any MART ,
trash or refuse burning, or to
-....,..._.. ,............................... make campfires outside safe Sport Coats e THAT NEW ;
designated camping areas. LOOK
Bradford County has had onlya
: r Cordially trace of raIn-- .26 Inch -- IN ALL THE NEW FALL FARAHPerataPreas -.1.:
Mrs. Carolyn r :
since: October. The 50-year MATERIALS '.
Eavet* I" Welcomes rainfall average for November V ., tlt ..
RepresentlUveI:, Is 3.87 Inches.: 01

Ph. 964-5812 You and Your LIDS SLACKS, 1 :.
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your The build-up Index In Brad-
New Home ford County stood at 126 on PL AIDS
Starke j :;
Tuesday: with a spread index I
of 42. A fire danger alert goes STRIPES MEWS .. -
of Floridai Into effect when the build-up '
The State '
reaches 60 or above and the LONDON PAJAMAS :

)i Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome an..<. spread Twenty-one Index Is fires 30, or with above.112 [:ALL SIZES FOG AND "

To Aqunint You With Your City. acres burned have been reported ., |fOR MEN JACKETS
In Bradford County since kND BOYS POBES THOM
If you are new In the area a phone December 1. This does not Include \ McAn
the numerous fires In the TO MATCH
call will bring you a prompt visit East Lawtey area which Is
within the city, limits of Law Men s cc boy S'f;
from your local) hostess. Please give tey. It Is estimated that at S if EAt E R '
least 20 fires have been dell'berately -a "" ;
her a call! She hasaps and many ; set In this ......c. Arrow And AND ARROW GOLD CUP J'OftALL'rRBMALBS ,;
!Ins; the current drought. The Van Heusen ..
stind wonderful) gifts you -
free largest. 'of these burned some A "

frMiZ1oeal.: businesses. 50 acres. .- a aww ....:!
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New Law To Ban for your own sakeAnnouncing.
Farm & Some Types Of and communityprogramV2S

by George Hufirjtlns Fire ExtinguishersState %

Director Bradford County
Treasurer-Fire Mar-
shal Broward Williams announced -
Cooperative; Extension Service today that Senate Bill .
I No. 848, an act relating to are
j extinguishers can no longer be NEW CLASS IN Aalc
sold or used in any public ,,
I Christmas, along with other are several areas where chan- place In Florida. "Some of i / CAKEDECORATING Charley ,
the fire extinguishers, such as
days and dates Is a happy time. ges have been made during the
I Unfortunately It Is usually easy last year. One example Is the carbon tetrachloride, were already 15.
that holding period for livestock and Prohibited by the Fed-
ftlnk else
I of something "
doe ; not create an atmospherefor livestock depreciation. If you eral Government said Wll- ei Tt1 I Ii
liams. JohnsAbout
happiness. Right after have had interests In agriculture -
Christmas our thoughts will during 1970, you should Williams that f-H
recommended --------------- -- '-" '---'---- STARTS
be\rected\ to income tax.I review this "Tax Guide." It everyone check home fire ex- ( ; This Question:
'eh year the Internal Re- is a free publication just for tinguishers to see If they have JAN. 11
veil ar makes available inform the asking. been tested or approved by the Youth Grooms 1971.
'..on for printing a "Farm Underwriters' Laboratories,or
m !? Tax Guide." We and all TOBACCO another nationally recognized "Christmas shopping to a
Ct xty' Offices have copies oltW Nobody should be seeding tobacco testing laboratory."If merchant, means a fully
+ new 1971 edition. There beds yet but there are Scramble HeiferJoey stocked store and extra
other Jobs that If you have not necessary, call your Fire
risks. Does
Department Marshal'sOffice the Charley
or Fire
already done, you are a little
bit late. Budworms and horn- to see if your extin- Month Of December E. Johns Agency provide '
IIIT'UUhFARM worms caused more of a prob- guisher Is sate and legal" Sapp shows his Black Joey Is using the Angus heif- Registration During a free survey of my liurar- .1'06
lem during the 1970 growing Angus heifer caught In the recent er as one of his vocational' REGISTRATION FEE $10 ante: to adequately coyer
season than we like. We know weakened. December or very Calf Scramble sponsoredby agriculture projects along wit! fire theft business
that some growers turned their early January Is usually the the Bradford Chamber of a dairy heifer as a second TWO CLASSES: I .
tobacco stalks early to plant best time. Most of our grape- Commerce.Commencement. project.As 1st From 4:00: To 7:00: P. M. Interruption fidelity
CLEAN.UP TIME oats or rye. There are still vines now are supported by a can be seen, Joey has 2nd From 7:00: To 10:00: P. M. bonding. and liability for
some fields with the old stalks wire trellis so that they look already broke his Scramble ENROLLMENT LIMITED customer Injuries" ...,.
still standing. These old stalks like screen fence.The grape heifer to lead. PER CLASS I ...
W.NEW stayed green longer to provide vine has nodes and Internodes Joey Is the son of Mr. and TO 15 STUDENTS I .....
Ideal situations for worms and commonly called Joints. The At Santa Fe JC Mrs. J.D. Sapp of Rt. 1, Law- FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL II
j disease organisms.A discharrow bud at the node or Joint will tey. The family lives on a I II Charley E. .:.
or turn-plow Is the best grow Into a cone during the An Informal graduation cer- 104 acre farm. Bradford Union Area
treatment for eliminatingthese summer and should be pruned emony will be held tomorrow The Bradford High student I .
standing tobacco stalks. off In the winter. The current Friday, Dec. 18) for Santa Fe and member of the Bradford Vocational Technical Center JOHNS AGENCY
Our Insect Specialists have season's growth Is cut backto Junior College's 237 candidatesfor Junior Chapter of the Future I I
GOULDSWaterGun warned us that there Is a good two or three buds, forming graduation at the end of Farmers of America enjoys 964-6150 I 131 So. Walnut St.
possibility of having more than short spurs from which new Term U, according to Vice horseback riding, hunting, and Phone 964-5070
usual of these worms again growth 11'produced the encourage President for Student Affairs fishing as hobbles. ---------'------ -- e
unless we have done or do spring. It Is Important to Clifford R. LeBIanc.
HIGH PRESSURE dome of these preventive prac- this new growth by Friends and relatives of the
I tices. pruning and early spring fer- candidates are Invited to the

I Adds UTILITY 80 pounds to PUMP intake GRAPES tilization the fruit because Is produced this Is the where next Southeast ceremony at House 2 p.m.auditorium In the, Go Ahead And Make A Pig Of Yourself

pressure When do I prune my grapevines year. 1001 S.E. 12th Street Gainesville -
? Is that Is This will probably end my
minute a question and the reception follow-
e Delivers gallons per
asked numerous times begin- writing until after
Cuts cleanup time in hall ning In early November. There As we close out this year, may ing.Dr.
For Milk Parlors Hog Parlors has been that long time belief we each remember how Important LeBlanc noted that 62 Over Those Generous Earnings At First Federal
Houses Booster Service Is and how
Pt'tltry that if you prune too early or agriculture per cent 048))of the candidatesare
SEE IT TODAY AT... too late the vine will bleedto dependent we are on agricul- from Alachua and Bradford
death. This bleeding de- tural production and related counties with 52 per cent 025)of
SEE IT TODAY AT pends on the dormancy of the operations. I read this week them front Gainesville. An- .
vine and this Is related to that Agri-business still accounts ohter 23 per cent are from -
MJRRANCEPump some extent by how much cold for the greatest Incometo other Florida cities, and the
weather we have had. Bleed- Florida. This Is now a 5.4 remainder of the candidatescome
& Supply Ing will not kill the grapevine, billion dollar Industry.Tourismis from six other states r
1-7061 but If you do prune too earlyor a close second. and nine foreign countries.
341 N. TEMPLE too late the vine can be MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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: Mae: Th ars.: 9 A.M. to 3 P.M ;.t"I U*"*t&>S'
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& R Block New Privileges

To Open Franchise Given To Funeral

Office Here Possesions w EQUIPMENT\

J.E. Milligan, local businessman The Florida Highway Patrol &. SUPPLIeS
has been named satellite reminds motorists that funeral
franchise manager: for Starkeby processions have certain right- ,
the H & R Block Co., the of-way privileges recently enacted \
nation's largest Income tax ser Into law by the State ;""fIII .-
vice. The office will be locatedIn k 'F 1'td of Legislature.
Starke at 118 N. Walnut St.
Mr. Milllgan, active In his 1 1r4 it m'it
bookkeeping service, has 20 Col. Reid Clifton, Directorof See Us For 'q.CJ l
the Patrol said, "A funeral 0 ',;//1 111,
years experience in the accounting .f ALL YourOffice ,
four alPencils f.1 "
would moan
field. Prior to comingto procession i Needs ,
\". .., motor vehicles ac- 'rr.'
Starke, he held the positionof .
the body of a deceased : ,
controller with Deema:Management \ companying ,,,.. e
; .
in the daytime, "
Co. of Dayton, Ohio.In .J"
when each of the vehicles has
Mr. Mll-
his new capacity .' "
Its headlights lighted.
Ugan 1 s undergoing ,
training to prepare himself for
the coming income tax season. .1 The new law provides that
W.H. Mann, satellite director pedestrians and drivers of all Garner Receives AwardAs
in Lake City, vehicles except emergency
of the company Pens
FP&L Names hides, must' yield rightofwayto
explained that the satellite fran- 'Shriner of the Year'On
chise program was developedby each vehicle,which' is part Markers Tape, -
Block to make a qualified HarringtonTo of a funeral procession. When: Erasers Chic I"
the lead vehicle in a ""
Starke Area sion lawfully enters an Inter- Saturday evening, Dec. 12, surer C.F. Bateman. ) "
section, the remainder of the the Starke Shrine Club held Its Highlight of the evening was r :
annual Christmas Party at the the announcement of the "Shi ,
301DRIVEIN Florida Power & Light Company vehicles the may lead: vehicle continue throughthe to follow Enlisted :Men's Club, Camp ner of the *ear Award," which 1Jii1 J
announces the appointmentof of Blanding. went to XobleF.. Garner, who
intersection regardless
:'olarion S. Harrington to serve A cocktail hour was held at was presented with a beautiful T'
as their representative in the right-of-way provisions or 6:30: with dinner served at inscribed trophy by President
Starke area due to the retire- traffic control devices. However 7:30: o'clock. McKae. The award Is a very Gem Clips, Ledgers, \ '
ment November 30 of J.I II. IXi- the driver of a vehicle President Julian McKae high honor. Each member Staplers & Staples '
Pre.Harrington in a funeral procession avoid must colliding greeted the Nobles and their votes on the club member who Typewriter Ribbons \
exercise due care to :.
Show Begins At Sundown was born In Starke with other vehicleor ladies, and announced the new has contributed the most time
and graduated from Bradford any road- officers for 1971 as follows: and work to club activities during ,
High School. lie attended the pedestrian upon President, Charles L. Din- the year, and who Is deemed "w..
FRI. SAT DEC. 1 18>3 l 19 University of Florida and received way.The State Patrol Commander .: kins; 1st Vice President, Roy most worthy of the award. ",,;,,..:.
his BBA degree in 1964 L. Brantlcj'; :2nd! Vice President The Melody Boys from "
it would be
DOUBLE FEATURE from Jacksonville University; \1.\: Baldwin, Jr.; Secretary :Morocco Temple in'Jacksonville
to operate a 'y( .
His mother, :Mrs. C.N. Christy any person '
fun- Gilbert S. Brown; Trea- provided music for dancing Letterheads,
vehicle as a part a
lives in Starke. Ills father after the dinner hour. %
THIS IS THE formerly a lineman withFP8.L eral procession without havingthe Envelopes jJ t .t "
headlights turned on. Business Forms
died in 1934.
It would also be unlawful to I :l'11.1 I',:
HELL RUN Harrington joined FP&L in
drive between vehicles in a Services Held C oran, of Starke.
May 1959 held "MO'
as a ser- funeral services were
YOU MAKE vice clerk in the Starke office funeral procession while which it is Is For Cula Coran at 4 p.m. Sunday In Jones :Memorial .
resigning In September properly Identified Chapel with lice W. \, .. "
ALONE 1961 to continue his education.He moving unless directed to do In Jones ChapelCula Ilogan. of the First Baptist / .
I Iv returned to the company in so by a police of fleer, explained Church, officiating Intermentwas / n" lr" ", ,

June 1964, serving in the Cocoa Clifton. Coran, 67, of Starke, In Crosby Lake Cemetery :''ff1 tI'' "

district, and in July 1967 died Friday afternoon, Pec. 11, under direction of Pe\VItt\ C. Rubber Stamps .
was transferred to the Palatka in a Gainesville hospital after Jones I'uncraillumc. Wedding Stationery J" '"
district. ) F.\T I'XimAT an extended Illness.
I/o( 1'
While in Palatka he wan active He was born in Missouri on C \i Iii i) OK 'III\\1\S" '
in civic affairs, servingas ST. 1111th'SSUN1111 Nov. 29, 1903 and came to I

president of the Junior () DKC.: 21)) Starke from Jacksonville Beachin \\\e wish! toc.\prcs&: thanks
Chamber of Commerce; direc- 1947 with Mumphre Gold. and gratitude for all the deedsof "Quality/ Printing At Reasonable/ / / Prices" I I.#. \
tor, St. Johns River Council Corporation who operated the kindness and thoughtful acts.
Boy Scouts of America; chair- : Dul'ont Trail lUdgc mine here that have been !shown to us in 4 t J\\,:
' man, Putnam County Christ- St. Mark's Episcopal Church at that time. Before comingto : our. recent sorrow that we hale
mas Seal campaign, and mem- will hold an Advent Party beginning with
Florida ho had been
!suffered by the ]loss! of ourhusband
ber of the Putnam County; Cham- at 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. Humphreys in California and father, son and bro-
ber of Commerce. 20. Purpose of the party is Oregon. He stayed on with Du- ther. -1'nmlly of 1)1 .L, Thomas.
1 Ills wife, Mary Jo, and 20- to prepare for the celebrationof Pont when the company took
months-old daughter, Karan, the coming of Christ into over its mining operation here, --- --- miiijfap4
plan to move here from Pa- the world on Christmas Day, and was a supervisor at the srprrt; : STICK v. ..'t! rustic'
through worship, song and decoration Letters! n'.l: '-
latka at an early date. time of his retirement two>cars sizes c >: : P rnnrunt .
of the church build ago. He was veteran of World fur ace onv ,1.1!, pass,
ing. War II. pla t'e.' taper: wtal 1: '.ijhir: ,
A feature, of this year's Advent Surviving is his widow, Sarah ANYTmo.oBratIord:: : Cou.ty:
tax preparation service avail- Party will be a pageant, Telpg-aph.: U

4 able to every community.Mr. "The Christmas Story," pre- .:. _....r'L'L._. ""L._ ...- L.L_ Oo.L_..... _..... _..... _...... _...... _... _.w
Milllgan has been a resident sented by the young people of ** .ww3++ Y.w> .-,.<+-> < *tiiii .wy.w,.-,..r1.w'yw -.+fya s ?+w i.w i+ +iw 3:+ ly.+iw-w i+..e irw iqI "
of Starke since last July the Church.

lie will Dixie is Continue Motel the proprietor,to which manage.In his.of the wife ticipate.Everyone is Invited to par- I Let Him Find One Of These Under The Christmas ":Tree |

announcing his franchise,
Mr. MUllgan said, "I look ,iMM/ in r9yfitgir"'wrfr' *' *
U'N: STROUD',LUKE ASKEW forwar to serving the community PATTEN NAMED
LARRY BISHOP-TYNE DALY income!;) in tax the returns.preparation II & of 17 AIDE TO CHILES: He'll Still Be In His Pajamas Clicking' Away When |

At DO RAY c v.. o t 'v what urea ,:1 Block has more than 5,000 offices George L. Patten, 29 of Tal- ,_
., operating nationwide this lahassee, son of Judge O.L.
G 14/Ct Amtr vJfl
year. Their training program, Patten of Starke, has been
PLUS their fair schedule of charges, named legislative aide to L'.S. N Company Comes
t and their strict adherence to a Senator-elect Lawton Chiles.
4Y'yLd written guarantee were instrumental Patten and his family will
1wuolst in my decision to become move to the Washington aria
associated with the company." In late December and will reside Catch The Fun With
Arlington, Va.

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I k ROTICH TO BIBDBRSf tm The) rttMlt Cart Of Tke ""rTe.lr* *f A..lles.... f*> Taj !. The C*County..t7 *..*VIOTlila..'. ConrtJBradford
.. 0 FlKhtk: Jodlplnl Clrrvlt OtPlorlilej DeedHee. r
J f, of '..Aer.b'11RIvn thataI.d I. And Fee Brndfer 1B4.1. r. .. In He: Estate of Anna Anna Uollo.
' .. bid* will be received:! Cnasttr. Cntie No. Notlc. I I. hereby 111""" thai Jacob. also known a* .
I by the Bradford County' Board Lou Ellen Turner. Plaintiff. Mr. Isaac Cummins, the I hold Ball Dsvlln. also.vlln known llucoanNolle. asAnna -
J. I> :
. Delis
,P> Ifubllo Instruction Font Of- -vsKenny Franklin Turner, er of the following oertiflcetethas
"o. Box 129. Atarke. Florid Def'nnnnt.No.tli filed said certificates fora *"*. SPEGfJIY
until TOO: p.m.. I03T. Decentt >* or Suit tax deed to be .kesued there To Creditor B.1IeJacobs
of Anna
.r St. 1(70 for the construction TO: Kennv Frankilln, Turner on. The certificate number All. creditor also known as Anna.
offPha.i: Address, Unknown and year of Issuance, the d.- also Known a. Anna
III Bradfo. -Ualoa You Are hrreHv imtfflpA thatan scrlplon of the property and Bull Devlin deceased who \
Area Vocational Technical' which It wan ape iislla
action for divorce has been 'ithei name In
Center, Stark. Florida filed s.!nlnst you and you ..r.r."lr..d seHnod are a* follows: died on February..8\alt ; ,
.., which time bids will b. 00- to serve. a ropy of Certificate No. 80. Year otIssuance whlls a rssldsnto California.. ar". ; *\Ilrf7/; $ Poinsettias
ned and read aloud. Any bid. your written dtrensf1' If *nv.t lu66.Deserlptiun bara required
received after the specified .. It on RtH) ., 8' Sanrt' ..rs.. At. of Propery Cora notified that they are demand
time will not be considered. tnrncv. for TMMntlff' whnno addr at BW COlt of NWVl of 'SWMi," ;to file any claim Of, s BRIGHTEN
Plan and ipeclflca-tlons may .. Hun t 610 ft. for POD N 204 that they may have alfaln.ther (LIVE)
142 W..t r'all
(>M I* street. office of the i
In the YOUR
*>. examined the office OfDon f<'*rko. Flnrldn. and file the ft. 10 60 ft S 200 ft. W 60 ft estate of Bradford t WEfts'k7EE < HOLIDAY :A
n. Morgan Architect Green orlclnnl" with the Dork of the to POB SEC: 22-6-2213 assessed IXt- County, FlorIJa.. In the <<.'ou..t.houHo IJ JjS ;j
AIA Post Office Box 887. Name In which
annvnptvtc<1 Court on or beforo at Slorke.. Florida. withIn -
and as KST artificiaHRISTMAS ,
Cove. Sprlrws. Florida '' Jnninrv 11. 1171 : nthrr.wlsn tie Uvynolds : being mix calendar month from i ;;
I follows: be All of said property
s Jtiilvoment mar entered of the first 'publication
tho date
General. Contrac County ot Bradford
Associated In flo
Avenue Airslnst :vnu for the r.lotdomnndod of Florida.Unless of this notice. Each claimor ers
1615 H'ndlrk
tore Jacksonville.: Florida 32207 In the ComplaintPetition. or State kiiuh certificate orcertificates demand must be in writing SPIRIT/ !
F. W. Dodge Company .. shall. be redeemed rtillte duplicate' and: must I II %
Post Office Box 6847 (lit* Wltnen" mv hand and the Mcconllnu to law the property : placeof rekldence, )
Montana Av.nue.) Jacksonville seal.. of ""III 1 Court on December dosvrlbed In such certificate or and post office address of the I \
I Florida S2207: trd. 1S70. certificates will be sold to the claimant I and be sworn to toy J ,
I Speclflcatton Proeuroment JSRAf.) blol1..t the courthouse the claimant his agent or
Plans And blithest I
Tnm n T). nr..nA. It will becomevoid
door on the first MondayIn his attorney or
Upon Clork. Of R'..M ("n,1"tnv January 1>71. according to law. '
Contractors month of
A.roouost and receipt or $80 00 dilnh. M Moody.As : which Is the 4h day of Jauu- Dated tills 2lh, day of Nov I ALL PERMANENT Reg. $6.50 Values
Contractor.two rippufr flerkFlrt ember. 1970.
of General .
deposit I
set of plans and. ""neplfleatlons Publication Derembcr *T> Jlihl. 24h day of Nor -.- Vivian McOooriceVivian
will b". forwarded.. Ifph.nM 10. 1>70. ember. 1970.lioulah M.aeor. ancillary admlnUtrator I $395
( .. 11-10 tt llt of the estate of
and ronditlonrwlth.. Jacobs, oftJ... known
turnnd In goad (S9lAL) Anna Belle > CHRISTMAS ARRANGEMENTS
of In Theelrrnttoert of FlorKaPluhth Belle De\lln. also
in five days after receipt Deputy Clerk of Circuit Courtof a'*" Anna
bids the full deposit will b. .titiUf-lnl' r.""0 It. In And Bradford County Florida. known a* Anna Belle J. Devlindecrased. ", !
For" Bradford County. Cs.e I' o.rinilv U.S tt U.U .
refundod.! Vendorsetc. "MfPnvId l Keys.. Plain FiiBl publication on DocemI I
n. Subcontractors. tiff -vs- Steven. Keys, Defend ber 1970. I IN GAL. CANS
For plans I anti .Dectfles.Ilona 3. F
to ..stilirnntramr. vendor, ant. I'I'.U..f' Applltstlon f r TaSee. -SDaniel N. Meadows. CAMELIAS $ X59
the deposit will b.. $8000 NotlrrOf ftuKTO Deed .. Daniel. N. Meadows, of Meadow | J
If etc. tnefxliurm and ..peclflemtlnMare : Rtcvnn. KPVS.. tlfl1'il7( 10".18 I. and llvlvomb. P. O. .Bog i P REG. $1.98 SPECIAL EACH
Ntttlce IN hereby given Avenue.Cocoa .
Rood condition rare" of Comnvnnfllns Officer. 1907. SG3 Urevnrd
within" returned five day In after .,."olot 1 IT. S.: Army. Hox A Mr. Iwico. Cummlne; the holder Florida 32922. Attorney ]
hid". the refund. will\ b. Ft Jackson.. South f CVirAlIn. of the foilowlnn certificate for Administrator ;
o* bemn.le that ha. filed said certificate* leas u n.u 'Ii<
shall You err hornhv notified
1901)0. DorK>flt cherks Architect.C. isn action for rtlvorro has been. for a tax deed to be Issued. .JI -
ns.vn.Ma, ) to the E Protect Your Pet
Sopnrate Sheets. Separate. FUcil. mralnM van and vou are thereon. The certificate numbers i ..,- -179
.hefts. for drawing of payee ntspecifications required to iwrvo, a ropr nt and years of Issuance.the $
the property )
purchased roll" written dernn.na. If anv.to description of '
be '
from the Architect may! as follows If nn F:1.'I.: ., !' Zanders.'. Attorney and tho nnmM In which It !. ('oa... df The Conn r JaAire, I .; SERGEANTS For Cats And Dogs,;
refund: for Plnlntlff. whoite ad1rcM wile. aavcmcd are as followelCerlflente Rrniiroril. ('sna/y. !State! OfKlorl.ln. {
(no $1 00 tier. sheet.Speniflrntlnnei < |I. MS WM Onll !Stroet.P No 65. Year of Isusncn !. PmbnleIn '
Drswlnw. ; '.10 per pnKS O HOT II1Nn.(! Stark' Florida. 19A8.! B Ite: l>tnt" of Minnie C. { # ) FLEA COLLARS 5 to 9 Bloom.Starke's .
NOTE: All ronuentsfoT,! plan ,end rile the original. with Dexcrlntlon of Property Rtrle.e1.. llnccn..nrh : f T3 '" EACH,,
specifications.. separate the Clerk of the fthov...*.tvledOourf. 440 rt..1 NFof SW% EX Tn All Whom It May Concernt {
and ahcrtt.. pf drawlnm, er Pay.P on or before January. R-W IJX: 4A .<0 ft BQ In SH Nodes Is hereby. given that.
1,1 siii.olflrHtlons shall .>. nmA< 19! 197t:: rthc-rwl"' \ Jndirement con sun!: : 1R-1'-6-. n-n-E ale C. Rtrlsml. drccuird.hns {
theArcnl' aenlnet. Name. In whl office of mav bo cntorM i
through t."ot. you for the reOlflf. demanded In Ilvvno.ldH EST.: discharge. and that' { only Complete Nursery & Landscaping Service EACHCOOPER'S
being i
Property .
fOND the Complaint.Witness All of wild Ann D. Unstwond filed her ii
"0 .
E".h hid h.n, be '.Norn/P"! / "- mv hand and the In the cviutitv' of Bradford.Ctato flnnl. report as. AitmlnlxtrntornrtNCTA ii
check or bid of Florida.UnleBN : of the estate of Mln i
led by a rashler-s seal 1 of cold Court on the let
bond In the amount oif 6 nor day r>t December 1970. Bui'h\ certificate oreertlfliNites nip. C. Strlnnol... ceased. : thatshe .
cent o>f the hid payable U. the "R1' :AI.) shall bo redeemed" will apply 1 to the Honorable .
Bradford County Board of Pub- Tnmnn P. Oroen according to law the propertydcNiTllii'd Thoron A. Yawn Jr.Ooun- NURSERY and LANDSCAPING
ouch,, certificate orcorliflenlee
lie Instruction: A. Clerk Of ,<'S.li1 Cmvt11v In l void to thehlget tv .TiidKO of nrndfoml fVjimty.
will he
12.1 It 12.n notilah V\ Moody.Dopntv Florida on the 12th ilar ofJanuary.
the court house .
lilildor at 1171! for approval of
Publication ClorkFirst T>oe 10. 1170! door on tho first. Monday In flmmo And for flnnl dlnrharKeSK 2111 North Temple (U.S. Bob Owner
I 12-10 tt 12-11 month of January. 1971.. which Administrator. DDNCTA of I 301) Cooper,
I I. tho 4th tiny or January. 1971. the CMtnte of Minnie C. girls
Dated: thie l 24th day of Nov..mb.r. eel derenspd.. tide Itt day
1970.Beiilah ,.. Free Estimates on all work Phone 964.8104
..____._......_.....__-_-._....._...-_--_-._....._......_......_.....OL.---___ ___u __ ____.. M. Moody of Charles fremhor O., PelrtorAs 170.! F -
(SEAL) Attorney for the estate of
Deputy Clerk of Circuit Court: Minnie C. Strlsscl. tlrceased., FJ
of Bradford C lntyo4t"loridaIn "' 12-10 fob 1J-I1 J
We're Dedicated
to a more Beautiful Starke

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Bring The Circuit Court ot ifie : 'KOUNa Y.LLA MAM A CMIICK. .

The Florida In And For Bradford i

County.; Case No. ;:
Aretha Mae Johnson, Plaintiff -

WholeFamily I ; -vs- Lonnle Johnson, Defendant >f

Notice of Suit 1 Les a uP

To: Lonnle Johnson, Route 1, ,.. .. ..

Box ware.116-BA, Greenwood, Dela- POUNDS'ilo TO 161 3 5 C IFAIR

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that an action for divorce ? LB

has been filed agalnat you and !. .!
-v'o"vm) you are required to serve a /' FARMER GRAY SEIF-BASTINO TURKEYS

copy of your written defense '- 10 TO 17 LB
It any, to It..o n EUGENE F. 49 45
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Santa Claus SHAW, Attorney for PJalniut'whose r
address to 142 West Call

Street P.O. Box 1086, Stark. .
Florida, and file the original
with the Clerk of the above-
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WILL BE AT styled; Court on or before December e

21, 1970; otherwise a
Judgment may be entered a-

Van H. Priest 5 & 10 galnat you In the for Complaint.the relief demanded /tel.

seal of said Court on the 23rd

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Claus made his annual er; Boy and Girl Scouts
bow in Starke last Saturday marched proudly; the Bradford :+
morning in a gala parade sponsored Roping Club rode their hand-
by the Merchants Divi- some mounts; and gleeful chil-
sion of the Chamber of Com- dren scrambled on the sidewalk -
; merce. for candy tossed by San-
: tT The weather was Ideal-- ta Claus. .
warm and sunny; the BHS Band Everything was according to
and its satellite groups never tradition and everyone had a
bw played better or Mteooed high grand time.
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First Place $50 prize for Religious Theme floats went to Madison w Second place prize of $25 for Religious Themes was won by the I
Street Baptist Church j4 t 1o Starke Junior Woman's Club. '

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& \\iut '"' 6aA r

Death In The WoodsTwo ; A1.

more accidental deaths of young latest figures are available 2,849 hunting -

hunters were reported over the week- I accidents Involving firearms were 0 1M
end, increasing to new highs the shock- reported410 of them fatal. Of the 1 Oe 11

ing total of fatalities recorded duringthe total 1,001 were selfinflicted.A .
current hunting season.A + rb

survey of 33 states shows that

thirteen year old West Florida the penalties for these weilders of Y'

girl was killed instantly when the the weapons are minimal, and crim-

shotgun she was holding discharged inal prosecutions and convictions a
accidentally, striking her in the head.A rarity. Seventeen states have no game ---- )

laws governing such accidents, leav-

19-year-old Tallahassee boy died ing investigation and prosecutionup -- SANTA HIMSELF a
after being struck by a shotgun blast to local authorities. Other states

fired by his 21-year-old cousin while upon proving negligence or carelessuse '}:;' .Mks6. :yV1EhtiTrF}rYD1+NR:'k r'4R : 'vGt FI. Third place, $15 prize, for Religious Theme! was awarded to

hunting ducks in Jackson County.It of firearms provide for fines Life the Candy Sh..pers..v I
I. Shorten
ranging from $100 to $2,000': jail sen- Dieting May I

is not known to what extent care- tences (generally suspended), and revocation tiS Warnes '"" _-,. ____ _____ ___
lessness figured in these two acci- of license from five yearsto Expert MagazineDieting --

dents, but it was likely a primary life.

factor. may shorten your life, It's the gaining of weight that
Florida is among the few statesin warns nutrition expert Llewel is dangerous. In other words
Far too often, a scene such as which such careless use of guns lyn Louderback In the currem not the already accomplishedstate
described below, is reported in by may bring prosecution for manslaughter issue of "Pageant" magazine. of obesity. Recentexperiments : I
the news services: but the record shows very few "On many diets," Miss Lou- have shown that if an
animal has been obese and
derback "the over-weigh' once r
charges made in such cases, and even says t
then has been
I person is undergoing an insld repeatedly re- v / 1
"In the hushed woodlands a breeze fewer convictions.The busty accelerated dying pro duced it will have a shorter
rustles the leaves or there's a sud- cess." She explains that the life expectancy than the obese
dent movement in the brush. The hunt- State Game Department is publicizing dieter who is shedding precious animal that has never been

er aims, J puts his finger to the trigger, a slogan which says, "If it's muscle and organ tissue Is reduced. "It is possible thata
patient whose weight has fluctuated -
]literally wearing away at the
and aim but
fires. not
gamedon't apparently -
up and down a numberof
cellular level In a slow, Inexorable
some are so careless, so inexper- manner times has been subjectedto
"A startled deer may dart into the ienced, so excitable or perhaps even more atherogenlc stress thana y.rQd4
distance providing only a memoryof so intoxicated, that they fail to think "As fat as some dieters uia. patient with stable" though excessive M j7.p.n
the one that got away. He may about slogans when they hear the bushes seem they are suffering from weight, Miss Louder-
lurch and fall. or he may not be rustle. the true author hunger of while"Fat reducing Power" And says.unfortuanately, most .

game at all. continues. "It Is now under- dieters regain their weight loss. V tl f w r R
Perhaps the time has come to stood that such symptoms as The 1966 Harris Poss revealed ; ,
"He may instead, be one of the strengthen the laws if need be, deal- dizziness depression, fatigue that Just ten per cent of those
scores of hunters or and handfulof Ing with such instances of "death in shortness of breath palpitation, who diet lost successfully and
of those, only one or two per
innocent passersby who each sea- the woods." Orif the laws are already Increased sleeplessness Irritability are physiological and cent maintain their weight loss

son are victims. of the sport. adequate-- then more strict enforcement reactions to protein loss and for five years. #
might make trigger-happy are evidence of starvation." "If you are presently thin," ; lilALLLLd.LiLCommercial
"The National Rifle Association says hunters think twice before they shoot The inevitable gains that follow Miss Louderback advises "do
weight losses are another not get fat. If you are fat, e
that in 1968, the year for which the once.
source of danger Miss Lou- try not to get fatter. But unless -

derback points out In the magazine you are absolutely cer- entries first prize of $25 Western
was won by Auto
I weight-gaining, because process it li during that the the tain lower that weight you for can the sustain rest of a Store. Second prize of $15 in the category: went to Baldwin Chevro- I

Bradford In No-Burn AreaForest most damage Is done to the your life" she concludes in let
blood vessels, particularly to the "Pageant" articles, do not
the vessels of the heart. attempt to lose weight."

Service personnel In Brad- County. Until the ban is lifted, It is
ford County has been harassed in recent unlawful to burn trash or to startan Carbon Monoxide

weeks by a series of deliberately outdoor fire of any kind for any Drinking Drivers FarmersThe Diaryward Winter ThreatTo

set fires in the area east of Lawtey.It purpose. May Mar HolidaysFor MotoristsCarbon
is bad enough to maliciously set

such fires at any time but in a periodof The ban will not be lifted of course, Selves, Others mild weather which followed from the Panhandlewhere
the freeze last month
drought such as we are now experiencing until we have sufficient rain to lower continued through last week but they\ are said to be numerous. monoxide lurks as an

It not only endangers the the fire build-up index, which is now Alcoholic beverages will mar there was no break In the dry r unseen killer in the exhause
forests but could very well burn homes at a critically high point. Even when the Christmas: and New Year's spell at least up through Sat- systems of vehicles, the Flo-

and other buildings in the area. the rains come, and the ban is lifted holiday season for many motor- urday. At the time of writing, Now that\ the municipal elec- rlday Highway Patrol warned
those who drinkdon't the skies were overcast and today, and motorists are urgedto
ists unless
persons who plan to do "controlled tions have been completed ir have their exhausts checkedfor
Such fires cost extra tax dollars burning" should notify the Forest Ser- Patrol drive said the today.Florida Highway less showers to say were the predicted.growers of Need-ber- this area. Including the specialone leaks.

and also prevent the Forest Service vice so stand-by service can be provided With holiday parties in full ries and greens were hopingfor have in rounded Hampton Tuesday, we

from performing other essential duties eliminating any danger of swing, party-goers who are some relief from the seemed that outayearlnwhlchIt we did nothing Col. Reid Clifton director of
such as plowing fire lines, since spreading.In driving should avoid drinking drought especially those\ who do JJy Sam McGarvey else but vote vote, vote. The the Florida Highway Patrol
their equipment and personnel is dis- alcoholic beverages, warned not have irrigation. schedule for '71 seems light said, "At this time of the year
patched several times a day to fight Col. Held Clifton, director of r We inspected the creek on now, but maybe that will change car heaters are turned on and
these fires that are being deliberatelyset. the meantime who the Florida Highway Patrol its route through the J.M. Ed. when the I Legislature gets together windows rolled up. When the
anyone sees
wards Jr. again. exhaust system of a vehicleIs
evidence of illegal burning or who "Some people have the mis- Speaking of berry production, course of property it, the subject and In the faulty there Is danger of
we read about a Hoy .
has knowledge of maliciously grower. carbon monoxide gas escaping
any person taken idea that alcoholic bev- as to whether there are any
A proclamation has been issued by starting a forest fire, will be doing erages stimulate the drinker," Parke a downstate who raises section the named fruitin fish in the waterway. A man into "the passenger compartment -

the Governor banning all fires in the the entire county a favor by reportingsuch Clifton said. "On the contrary, Dover who is experimenting who should know, K.K.: Jones, .
drought area, which includes Bradford information to the Fore stService. alcohol docs not stimulate, but with an acre of electric heat- said there may be a few gar One of the local politicians
instead it the in It but
depresses cen- that Is all. Others
ing cables in the soil to hold who Is retiring from the
tral nervous system and retards say there haven't been sceneIs Carbon
r the temperature between 65 and any fish Mrs. monoxide is a color-
a person's normal fa- It it for the past 20 Jessie Chastain, who less and
odorless poisonous
: 70 degrees throughout the season has
served for
The Bradford many years as
County c. 1- culties. Only the body processes which
<(" lie said the scheme Is the county commissioner from gas can cause unconsciousness -
can overcome the effects and A
death. vehicle
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED /l/l being tried In California and the
Hampton district. She wasa
o of alcohol and that takes
that 1 Florida. growers have to skillful I campaigner and defeated an leak which Is
time. All of which reminds stopped with the
us of engine run-
keep up to remain competitive.
1879 : all opposition her
; the C5-lb.alligator turtle caught during ning and the windows rolledup
He thinks the extra cost will
long term of
office and
r, by Mrs. Victoria Cadle and her now for a period of time can
d"H lorida's traffic law requires be offset by Increased yield son-in-law she will be able to concentrateon
drivers arrested for driving and income. Earl Robinson recently fishing. be extremely dangerous.
while Intoxicated to submit to while fishing In New!
a chemical test for sobriety I'lver.' Now how would you like .r.
In God| 1-4 im ,Milt.ilinn' and or be subject to license sus- a monster like 'that to snap The Patrol' Commander sug-
FLORA A ESS m>' glory ; I hiro<.k of f nivilriiiKllt. pension for a period: of throe Good: old Alligator Creek Is his Jaws on any part of you''! gested to vehicle owners that
1 and l nn rrfiiK:"'. i i", in months., Not only does the back in the news again- this We saw a smaller snapping; they make aperiodic Inspectionof
r fn.il.; ( I'siitni AS S O T O N I.i-l I us tin'n ..IailII, ;illn nil dunces! of being Involved In Commission officers that the but the, alligator modelof left before Christmas and all for possible leaks and keepa
) .. an accident but he will also county's enlarging the creek the species could ruin an of us are busy making preparations window or tuP\lentilationays-
l but ooliouhlly
Mill :
'. 1,111 I lose his oar or II paddle for the holiday sea- tem partially open to allow
'.. driving privilege up- was transferring It to "an "ugly"
Ilea' I In-milt' Inn-.mil. l.i.slnirll.l : on conviction for driving while ditch" However, the county son, which this year will give fresh air 'to enter as they navel -
11'1'| |HIM'MS nil "a'II, |j14 ,I" In Intoxicated, wamcdthe, I'atrol. commission met with the (;.C( most workers two 3-day week- .
E. I.. MATTIIKWH. Kditor-l'ubUirfwr: found' ill <1.1; .Hid III
: MI-I\liir representatives and an agreement ends. Wo do not yet have peacein
]>..UMid rirh Tburoocla.d rntrrril ON 8 n 4CteM Him.. : lli.il'' in Him", ..limnin,. In stressing UKJ dangers of has been readied: so the Have. any of you seen n beaver the world bid' some prog- "Kemember, too," cone hided -
Matter lit (Ihr I'imt Offlrr ul "SUrkr. Floridaucdrr wi- (mil .tin- slii-ni'lli. l lu 1 Lear! drinking and driving, Col. Clifton projected: digging I out of tlw! In this part' of the state.' ress Is being made: an4 we Col. Clifton "Florida law
said "Watch., every movo creek We hoard that: I one wus found can always hope that by this requires every motor vehicleto
Art.1 March 3rd, IH79.tabseri lir.- .. ""*aitaP.lr,' HOI, .inw :andiiilvirsilv to Itowvll Ijiko has been
( .llim. In rudearru. : I ,...r. $5.00 f ; Outside V : lh.it ill Mint, iilnni-' other motorists avoid make the and weaving to- approved, nt toast on that as- recently urea and over that in the wildlife I levy County lime next year. It will be IIrealJl3' be equipped with a muffler
prepared to officers
pect. and our men In Vietnam In good working order to pre
(rid* areas' 1 veer, 13.50:; |j. I IK j'p..\ nut. (n-.it. r wr. :all l seek / driver who Is possibly' InUxIcaUxl. are checking to find If and the prisoners will vent excessive or unusual noiseor
sad,. III.IV; ll.lVI : : ." the unlmals nrospreadlngeust- be tome with us. annoying smoke"

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Trespass Charged H In The Clrcnlf Court Of The NOTICE OF BIDS
I rcltlitli Judicial Circuit Of 'triorliln CARD OF THANKSOUR Reeled Bid will be received<<
a To 4 Hunters HAMPTON 1 1B7 In And for BradfordCountr RECENT SAD LOSS .UP.m. ,to December and not later 81.. 1970 than. In 10:0'the
At- Can No. leaves us with grateful hearts office of the Bu lne* Manager
Brooker TO: atoallva Robert Florida State fr\om\ for the
COUNCIL SETS and friends.
Mm D. E. ran In HE: Petition of George toward neighbors ease of Pine Pulpwood haryeatad
DUMP REGULATIONS Henry talon. and MUdred S. Their contorting: expressions by prison force
; been Four Gainesville hunters have, Hampton City Council passedan er, was In charge of a Christmas -' sell Williams, and Mr. and Funeral services were Friday Hnien. hie NOTICE wife of sympathy and thoughtfulnesswill Bid that forms offlc.may" securedfrom <<
charged with trespassing ordinance exempting churches carol program for the Williams In Starke for Mrs. Eunice You are notified that fh' always be remembered.Otis II-U It lI-te
on the property; of A.F. Mc- entire school Mrs. Frank above m.1I 1 Petitioners. Cleo
from the city; utility tax, Tuesday morning -nn Leach and family
Morris of the late
daughter .
David, near Brooker, on No- this week. Judy. rue Henry Haz. n and Mildred
and set regulations .
up governing Ben Saxon of Hampton anstepdaughter ( S. Hn*<.n. hie wife, have filed
vember 29.CUUord the dump at Tuesday's meet- Mrs. Ernestine Denmark of of Mrs Katie a Petition In the bove-styl, A So
Lee Fort Thomas ing last week.Lawrence Starke has been hired for the PERSONALSMr. Court for the adoption of the STOP WiIbi DRAaF
Wade Wallo William K. Coleman Saxon. Burial was in PompanoMr. ) minor child named In that
Bias who will be Primary-three room at the and Mrs. Otto Hicks and Petition and you ere command
i and Robert Ellison Bradford Don-- In charge of the dump, was school, to begin Immediately Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Hicks droveto and Mrs. Frank Williams Court ed to on be Jnminrv and appear 28 in 1971 tha4 I sT R M KITS
away were charged by after the Christmas
'' sworn In as a deputy city: mar- holidays, Shiloh Youth Ranch neat and daughters moved Saturdayto and, to how mum why the
:?i' Deputy John F. Dempsey shal on recommendation of the on January 4. Mrs. Denmark Vero Beach last Saturday. their newhomeeastoifamp- Petition Hhould' mot, be granted I Iotherwise
F':' with hunting McDavid's property a jitilfre-ment' maY be
f on county commission. He will be received her degree In education
ton. They sold their home in entered nvnlnst Rrantlfiirthe
f ; without obtaining permis at the dump from 8 a.m. to last week at the University Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown Gainesville where they livedin adoption.Wltn you.

r ion of the owner. 5 p.m. five days a week. and of Florida. and children of Orange Park the Newnan's Lake area. seal, of..s,the mv Court hand it and..ta,.the'..., r JttSn/K *
the t
Summons Issued for
i were the dump will be locked at other visited here with Ms mother, Urndfnrd Countv, Plo.rldn this
four men to appear in county; hours. The two days closing(; FAMILY REUNION Mrs. T.F. Brown, Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. R.C. Gray llth day of December. 1970. STORM WINDOW KIT 39*.
y t court on plea day,December each week is for county land- The Williams family held a (crAL)
I ; Vicki and family of Jacksonville were Tnman D. r fill equipment to coer trash, reunion at the Frank Williams Ingenlath who came Clerk of the Circuit Court q fibre moulding.n3 mall:.
home last Saturday. Those attending from New York City to spend dinner guests last Tuesday eve Bv Pen. In h M Moody, sheet 18 ft.
and will be posted on the signon *
of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cleric : 49
, ,f;: 215' Deer Killed the dump gate. Tuesday and included Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving here with Mrs. Hicks ning Sr.Debbie Rlrle.': epnty. S !'!an'I..t. Shaw' and STORM DOOR KIT ,
Thursday were tentatively set Jay Boyette and daughters, and Lillian Ingenlath,has purchased Pnndem, 142 West Call StreetPtnrke. RA !0 Kit consists of 36 x 84' tough plastic
f 1 At BlandingTwelve a house In Starke, and plans t" Florida,' Attorney for JNSTTAU. of fibre moulding and malls.
Camp for closing days, since much of,, Mrs. Jessie Durban, of Law- Petitioners sheet 21 ft.
the garbage is brought by individuals tey; Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Mann to make her home here In Flo- Hill returned home 12-17 Ct 1.3 '' At Hardwire t Lumber Dealers EverywhereW.ro
during the weekend and daughter, of Brooker; Mr. from Fla. Presbyterian Collegeat 'le/l./e hi riatMcsHEY
rida.Mrs. aroLChlC.
deer were taken In Bias says.A and Mrs. George Williams Howell Essie Henrlouc of Car- St. Petersburg Monday for There was a time when a ."60661 I.i.g1.aN I.a4
the Camp Blandlng Wildlife used "packer" truck for Williams and children Mr. rabelle spent Monday here with the Christmas holidays. whole Christmas could be financed 1is
management area during the hauling garbage will be priced and Mrs. m.m. matchett, Rus- her aunt. Mrs. T.F. Brown. for what It costs to

week total ending kill of Monday 215 for,the makinga sea- and the investigated city: sometimes for purchaseby a large ,r ............W..tiI'Wo. *.....""' '''''........................*''IIIIt_............ __.......rW..flillltWlt. tuff a.stocking today. til....' ,.,.........."iII ..._*..*.....................-,

son to date. city: buys a larger size truck 'IWII. -
Other game killed during the and has the old one for sale
week included 25 quail. 102 cal still in good condition, and p I
squirrel, and 14 fox squirrel. Hampton will look into the op-
Hunters checked into the area portunity for buying one.
during the past week totaled The council voted to have rrf t
'1,848. Florida Power and Light Co.
cut off lights at the ball park
west of Hampton, after reportsof
KfOTICTB! OF unauthorized persons turn
INTENTION!. TOHRUISTISU FICTITOC8NAMK ing them on and leaving them 1 1eA
burning. Bill Stone and the little -
Notice S.! hereby ",I'en that league ballplayers use the
to Section 865.99
pursuant Florida Statutes 19Ga. the undersigned park only during day light hours,
: Intends to register it was reported.
the following fictitious name.
to-wit DADS
H.! &. R. LOCK with the SCHOOL NEWS
Clerk of the circuit Court In e ; ; AND SONS
I and for Bradford County. FlorIda Hampton Elementary School'sfirst '" o"' 240 NEW ITEMS ,f t tr EVERY PRICE A SAVINGS !
for the purpose of enKa/ > grade presented a Christmas ;
Inn In bou.'nc"sI' said program for the entire' FOR CHRISTMAS! ?
name at 118 N. Walnut St.
Starke. Florida school Thursday morning this Ie..a .
J. E. MilllHan./ T44 N. Temple week, and Friday's "last day
Ave., Starke, Fla.. franchise
holder. of school before Christmas" M r .712.ITIMS.IN.OUR.MIN'S.*. r.a.I-y.u..IIJIIII: .
De ted this 17th day of Deo schedule will feature a movie
Bradford ember A. County.D. 1970 Florida.at Starke and class parties. LADIES' LADIES' LADIES' riMEN'S :' MEN'S
12-17 4t 1.1 Bill Chapman music teach- Ter *
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-- tunic 100% Nylon, waltz 'length Warm, long length. u Q e
long length r.
Now--I Is Thu'f if ,i Bright fashion colors. With embroidered ruffle, ',,1 100% easy care cotton. Short sleeves .7) Ctkwt
i on flounce collar, sleeve Attractive prints. /' Lustrous Dacron and 0I
: Sizes Small, Med., Large- sedge. and gown neckline Sizes 34 to 40. ., Cotton. Long pointed "' '

To outfit the GUYS and GALSon n // t Assorted colors S'M/L. t' S t-1 f\ collar Beautifully o &Regular Redi-Tie-. -

Christmas List in Fine n II ; la l tailored A New 3'i"' width
h. > '
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I hand washable. "er ntsn Sizes 28 to 42
's a in shades, i : assorted Great assortment
TEX ( ) Sizes 34-40, /3 ) B.ack lipper, 4 \a Sizes 3 to 6%. of patterns and
Sires 5, M. L. -e j
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I .7 7 { ., ,. 36 to 46 |
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DUSTERS I' s 1,. 1 .., forWash
,1 Hand hipped vamp, + 4 ;
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!.f sizes 6'S' to q, 4 f. I Shorts
# e -' ; ?'-i\' \ ::1'
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KNOWYOUEFURNITURE > sleeves. '7f" : =, Sizes, '
f a ;
One pocket. JJ :' :* $ 95 .
A BOYS' .. ; 28 to 44
f o Z Colorful t .. ...; for
attnttire Penny '1, PERMANENTSHIRTS PRESS ;, .y "
r printw. -' style. BOYS' CARDIGAN SWEATERS
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-- S f y > S, M, L. Comfort last, i Tremendous selection Full Fashioned in 100"} Acrylic.

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{ f s e' SAVE 10'1' \ YOU fAV11.00 I 5, B'D Collar Sizes 6-16. J& want most. Sizes 4 to 7.

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History indicates the first Thanksgiving fP1r: f

; Days were not as we usually imagine them .' _

large tables laden with food and surrounded ; F F MEN'S CORDUROY CHILDREN'S WOMEN'S WOMEN'S :GY BOYS' 3 PC. BOYS'
i by happy, smiling Pilgrims. Tables

long and narrow, the tops resting on saw tY F k Comfortable fitting style' with Soft, furry plush scuffs, Assorted .. horses or trestles. F crepe soles and heels. so easy to slip on. colors, .e, Jewel colors and / \ PRESS

I; F YOU SAVE_ 16% Assorted colors. S.M.L. Gold designs / I \ Short sleeved .
Sites S to 10
&\ solid color Half boner.
.s t I, \ \ shirt Plaid /in plaids ft
6'h to l2 SA ,+ 't,, 11 pants, matchIV solids
jl 3l 1< I e 164f a 4 1 I ing belt .. "' : {, Sizes 4-T.

Oak tmtt UbUFamilies. ) \:: '/4 j J I Sizes 3 to 7.

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, ..probably didn't enjoy the bountiful r rx' .
I dinner together. Usually the men COWBOY BOOTS "- YOU YOU
w.I' SAYE 11% YOU SAVE 17% YOU
I' dined first, and alone. Women and chil !i Western styling top tabs. SAV11.00 i SAVE %

. dren sat apart, at another table, as was 11 v Rugged sole, rubber heel.
: the old Tudor custom. p Black only In sites 9 to 2. / / '

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and APPLIANCES !: ..f

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'L LAWTEY 1 I SERVICE MENU.S. University, Atlanta and his "' ....

M.D. degree in 1963 from the
-- university's Medical School.: H<
By Etna Blanchard --- Air Force Doctor (Ma- holds a master's degree in public CommunityNews
CEMETERY WORKINGAll The Revival services held I jor) Alfred B. Watson Jr.,Key health from the Universityof
who have lots in the LaW- day with Mr. and Mrs. Coleman ver, in Jacksonville on Sunday,
here last week were a highlight stone Heights, has received the California at Berkeley and
tey Cemetery are asked to meet l for the Church with inspiring Phillips and family In Mac- T. Sgt. W.B. (Pat) Patrlcr; Bronze Star Medal and the Air is a member of Sigma Chi.
with a group for a clean up on' speaking and good music anda clenny.: expects to leave for Vietnam Medal for action while assignedat The doctor's wife, Barbara, I
Saturday Dec. 19, at 9 a.m. good attendance each night. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent for one year service. Mrs Tuy Hoa AB, Vietnam. is the daughter of Colonel and
Mrs. A.C.Kirkland Is In charge. The fellowship dinner on the the latter part of the week Patrick and their two children Dr. Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Evans Jr., 1447
will remain In their
CHURCH grounds on Sunday was enjoyec with Mrs. C.E. Strickland in home in Dumas, Texas mobile Mrs. Alfred B. Watson Sr., Dale Drive, Savannah, Ga.
ACTIVITIES Gainesville.Mr. ,
West Lakeview
by Drive Keystone
Grace United Methodist: Sun- everyone. and Mrs. R.L. Bradley her parents' home town, until Heights, was presented the
day School visitors of Mr. his return. By Elizabeth (livens'! WalkerSCHOOL
: 9:45: ; Worship ser- PERSONALSMrs. were Sunday Bronze Star Medal for merit-

vices, 11 a.m. and 7:30: pjn.; George Estes, who hat and Mrs. Dearl Bradley and Mrs. Roger. Underwood od orious service during military X'O: '. """""" "'_""-"c"" """"""' .,_. "". ,__o
Notice In then that 0--n- -- '- 'YW>ro""" ,,
MYF 6 p.m. Prayer meeting Jamie and Mr. and Mrs. Randal Green Cove Springs spent Fri hereby: "" 'NW< ;>rj
patient In Bradford Coun- operations against Viet Cong the Bradford County Zonlnc
Thursday 7:30 p.m. ty; Hospital for several days, Bradley in Jacksonville.Mrs. day with her parents, Mr. and forces. lie was cited for his Board will hold a public h_r> NEWS will be sold from the kitchen.:
The Christmas will Paul Smith and Mrs. Mrs. Earl Prevatt. Inc at 7.30: PM on Tu.... December Bradford County Schools will
program expects to be able to return performance as director of base 29th 1970 In Bradford Thursday night the Ladles Cir-
be held Sunday evening December home some time this week. Beulah Revel of Palatka were Miss Charue Day of Lake, medical services.The County Court Hou.... to canal4r close Friday, Dec. 18, for the cle will meet at the home of
20, 8 p.m. Everyone Is Mrs. P.L. Dlnklns Is In Brad Friday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. City spent the weekend with doctor's Air Medals (he Inc,the following Item of son- .Christmas Holidays. All sister Emma McKay. Sunday
invited. ford County Hospital for treatment Floyd Futch and Mrs. Mamie her uncle and aunt, Mr. and now holds four) were for outstanding Application: A reciueet b7 schools will begin for the New School will start the servicesat
Church of God: Sunday School: We hope she can be a Futch.: Mrs.. H.E. Priest. On Sundaythe airmanship and cour- .Mr. and Mrs. Robert from Shannon R1A year January 4. Merry Christmas 9:30.: Morning services at
10 a.m.; Worship services 11 home soon. Bernard Rosier of Fort Priests accompanied her age on successful and important Residential owner to to rezone OR Open Rural.- and Happy New Yearto 11. Dinner will be sold at 12:30:
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Prayer MeetIng Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas, Pierce and his sister, Mrs. to Lake City and visited Mr. missions completed under r.eral Deacrlptlon: all! Sunday. 4 p.m. League. Eve-
Wednesday 7 p.m.; YPE Jody and Jay of Live Oak spent Mary Bostwick of Vero Beach, and Mrs. George R. Summerlin hazardous conditions. NWVi That which Portion Una,of E NW of% 8R230A of- Adult classes will be closed ning services at 6 p.m. The
Thursday 7 pjn. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.F. visited Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Gas- and Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Williams He was honored Craig AFB, and North of County also for the Holidays until Jan- Christmas exercise will be held
Highland Baptist: Sunday Moore, Micky and Jlmmle. kins during the week. and son while there. Ala., where he now serves as and Graded Except Road Haul Escopt 210'North- all<3t'In uary 4. All adults interestedin Wednesday night, Dec. 23, at
School: 9:45 a.m.; Worship ser- Paul Wllklson of Orlando Is Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Kelly visited On Friday night Mr. and Mrs. an aerospace medicine physician Section 35. Township I, South attending classes are asked 7:30.: Rev. Jasper Williams
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Prayer spending his vacation with Mr. Thomas J. Duck in St James R. Norman attended the at the USAF Dispensary. Reno 23 EaJrt. ImLU. to register at the Vo-Tech Pastor. Please watch the pa-
meeting Wednesday, 7 p.m. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison. Vincent's Hospital, and Mr.\ annual Christmas supper for Dr. Watson received his B.A. location. Rant: nf Approximately Rtarko bordering: center or at RJE School Mon- perfor the New Year's Services
followed by choir practice Mrs. O.J. Phillips spent Sun Kelly's cousin, Mrs. S.D. Car- the employes at Camp Blanding.11II. degree in 1959 from Emory on Wilson Road,11-10 It 22.11a day and Wednesday nights, in activity

fe.......... ''NII..................................'11I.......' ..,....' ......' ..... .,,'....\\11...................................'........................ room D-4. Rev.Greater C.J. Allen Jenkins Chapel pastor.Church Sun-,

GIRL SCOUT NEWS day school, 10 a.m. Morning
The Girl Scouts of Trooi at II. Choir Union, 3 p.m.
g 626 and parents were guestsof Church Conference Sunday
r Troop 614 Saturday at the morning after service. Even-
0 First Methodist Church at a ing service, 6 p.m.
Chill party, which was a Gala Mt. Morlah United Methodist
I affair that was enjoyed by all Church, Rev. L.J. Perkins pas

/ in attendance. tor. Sunday School, 10 a.m.,
I' Christmas carols were sung which will terminate servicesfor
: r / by the group which added to the the day.

4 ., + N, ,w4f,Nr1Ye eafiC Christmas spirit.RECREATION St. James Church of God in
wau+awu.21 I RYE, ,y Unity, Elder Montgomery, Pas-
1I NEWSIn tor, 1114 Oak St. Sunday School,
basketball Saturday night 10 a.m. Morning Worship at 11.
I, the Falcons defeated Titusville First and third Sunday Pas
CHECK & COMPARE J- HEY MOMS 4 ; 124116. Clarence Williams Jr. tor's Day. Evening service,

f LITTLE GIRLS ? led all scorers with 31 points, 7:30. Second Sundays Missionary -
244 NEW ITEMS t ; ; 1 followed by Morris Aaron with Day, 3 P.m. The fourth

OUR LOW LOW, PRICES' w FOR CHRISTMAS- rs r 22 play points.Starke Plaza The Friday Falcons night will Sunday Day services night, regular at 7:30.: Church Young

Dec. 18. On Saturday night the People's meeting every Sun-
Falcons will play Palatka. Both day 5 p.m. St. James has organized -
games start at 8 p.m. in the a Prayer Band for all
EAGLE POCKET RADIOS EAGLE TABLE RADIOS .. cLa EAGLE POOL TABLES RJE Gym. The bus will pick who desire prayer in the home.
up students in Pleasant Groveat Tarry services are held every
56 ul tl i, it .n u MICROSCOPE ,,,... 6:30: Lincoln City, 7; Law- Thursday at 8 p.m. Prayer
betty Earphones! tey 7:30.: Services
tttttalE SETS every Friday night.
.. %l 111 II Sill) > S Batteries,
I t Visitors always welcome.
ou.i rv rasreog
,' 1 Solid, MICROSCOPE \ -v/ "-- DELL CHAPTER 168 New Hope Baptist Church.
Includes : Walnut state, Dell Chapter 168 will hold We are having a turkey hunt.
earphone, 'II'.j framed SIT $9.93 Its regular meeting Thursday It will terminate with a wel-
batteries cabinet. + r Triple tested. Set night at 8 p.m. in the Masonic ner roast and an apple bite
and 3" round includes: 300Xmicroscope Hall on Brownlee Street. All Saturday Dec. 19, on the lawn

carrying ,,. speaker t + tOv90i o your Play own billiards home right in a members are asked to pleasebe of Deacon and Mrs. John DIggs,
+ M" i 6 slides, present. 20980 Old
case j fl Automatic ball I return spring Lawtey Road. You i
YOU 1' rue tweeters and stick Ebenezer Baptist Church, are invited. Christmas prac-
YOU SAVE You media to prep action cue Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. Bible tice 4:30: every day, Monday
ga SAVE 1.20 p84 SAVE 1.00 slides in. Velour playing surface. Class each Monday nightat through Saturday.
Precision 7:30.: Prayer meeting each

tuoine. O Thursday night. Sunday ser-
;. b4 101" it vices will begin with Sunday
tm School: at 9:45.: Morning ser-
96 6 Leatherette vice, 10:45.: Evening services, 70t
5 6:30. The
y u case IOY'' senior choir will
furnish music. 0\.05
Greater Bethlehem Free Will

) WALKIE SILEX y MAKE-UP (J5y\, V* SITS PJ. DOLL "' the day Christmas and Thursday program.rehearsal Wed-for Me 666

TALKIE SETS I I 2 SLICE i MIRRORS T L?: 8 rollers w Choice of 4 hair shadas.Posin' nesday prayer meeting. Friday i
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Mrs. Morris "\,,<,."v ,'. : -flV' ,,4' 'j>dg' t Jones
j Friday, Dec. II ChapelDelma "" ..:', ';" Ji;;. ", ;\ "W "; th;;; < th+ / I; :J9 '*. (' rllJ9{ W' rr/l"1A J// (/., :llaltl' 'MIlh 'i/
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Leslie (D.L. Thomas Much has been said throughout >'".''n'',, i' f .,'" "'j "" '>-r': ,' t< : ;""' ,?,<" <'
Mr. Eunice Louise Morris died /":" ,.iZ, >//"" "
67, of Starke. died Wednesday Dec.42, of Starke II, In Bradford Friday County night, history concerning the virgin >; t: ?H ;:.';, f> ; ;
birth of Jesus. It Is tremendously -
in County
9. Bradford
Hospital as a result of Injuries -
Important to the
Hospital after an extended Ill- automobile
sustained In an
of the Christian
whole life,
ness. Born In Bradford Coun-
accident south of Starke on
ty on July 22, 1903, she was U.S. 301. and one should concentrate upon CONGREGATIONAL HOLIM J.sS! JORDAN MISSIONARY FIRST'PRESBYTERIAN'
Its values both at Christmasand
the daughter of the late Ben- had lived In CHURCH
School 9:45 Morn-
r jamin Y. and Bertha Wall Sax- Starke since: 1944 and was associated Matthew every and other Luke season.anchor their Both Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH tag Worship 11 ajn.ajn. Youth
on. She was a member of the lag Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser., Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; 10 .
with his father, B.T. accounts of the life of Christ 'tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Sunday School a.m'L MornIng Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Prac'
Methodist Church. Thomas, In the poultry busi- this miracle. Matthew vice 6:00.p.m. Evening Worship. ;.School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Morning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a.m.; Evening1!; lice Wednesday 8 p.m. .
Surviving are two daughters, upon underscores 7Pm._. ,. Service, 11 a.m. Evening services Worship 7:30 !
of Prayer
ness. lie was Its Importance and vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer p.m.; -Rev. Robert D. Burch
I Mrs. S.G. Denmark of Starke Xhursdajr night PrayerMeet 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 .
World War n and a historical Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- : p.m.; Wednesday.Rev.
and Miss Sue Morris Pompano of the Madison Street Baptist certainty by quotingIsaiah's ?40 p.m. Worship service J.C. Saunters pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHUhcH.
Beach prediction of the vir- day.Leroy 7 Minister Jack P. Bell. S-100 A Starto (Grit
; one son Benny Church. (t Ivy LuVoSMYRNA Pp Olive, pastor E.L.Grlffls pjn. Highway ,
birth of He
gin the Messiah.
Saxon, Melbourne; one brother Surviving Is his wife Seleta associate pastor. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL fls Loop). ,
Vivian Saxon, Pompano Beach explicitly declares that the pro- MISSIONARY Sunday School Morning
; Sparks Thomas; five daughters Sunday9:45: ajn. Sunday, ITraWng
has Its fulfillment In
her stepmother Mrs. Ben Saxon phecy BAPTIST CHURCH JMAJEXQMJCHBISTIAN CHURCH! Worship at 11. Union,
Mrs. Gary Chewning, Cross DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH School 11 a.m., Morning Wor-
Jesus "Now all this
Hampton and three grand : was done 633' W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 6:30. Evening Worship; 7:30.
; City; Mary Sue LuAnn Debbie BROOKER ship, 6 p.m. Training Union
that It might be fulfilled which
children. Laura Thomas vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- Worship, 11 a.m. Evening, 7 Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
Lynn and Kay ; was spoken of the Lord by the Sunday School, 10 a.m. p.m. Evening Worship.
Preaching 11
Funeral services were held three sons Leslie Lauren,and a.m. Training ship Services 11 a.m and 7 Worship -James Shaw pas-' Wednesday-: Prayer Ser 7:30.Rev.: Don R.
prophet, saying, Behold, a vir- Union I
at 11 a.m. Friday In the First 5:45: P.m. Evening Wor- tor. Drawdy, Pastor.
Terry Thomas, all of ; 'p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.-
United Methodist Church with gin shall be with child and ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. vices.Rev.
Rev. DeWitt T. Farabee off! his parents Mr. and Mrs. B.T. shall bring forth a son, and r-JSlder A.G. Flynn pastor TRev., Lacy Conway; pastor. Bob Cooper Pastor KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
Thomas of Graham three sisters -
; they shall call his name Em- Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
ciating. Interment was held a' BROOKER BAPTIST
manuel, which being Interpreted CHURCH Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning Wor-
10 a.m. Saturday In the Pompano BROOKER AIRPARK BAPTIST
J.E. Hazen and Mrs.Bill Dodd, Clair St. Starke. FLA. -
is, God with us" Isaiah OF PROPHECY, BROOKER 422 N. St. ship li ajn.; Evening Worship
Beach Cemetery with De- Rev. Jim Sunday School. 9:45
Witt C. Jones Funeral HomeIn all of Starke; and two grand- 7:14; Matthew 1:22: 23)). Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- )Sunday children. and 7:30 a.m. Ron Bristol ;
; 11 : p.m. -
If had Isaiah 7:1416it 11a.m. People's Services. a.m.
we only : Ing Worship, Young Wednesday.
charge of arrangements. Superintendent. ning Worship, 7p.m. Wed.Prayer -
Funeral services were held Y.W. Kldd pastor. Training ;
would be possible to inter- Service 6 p.m. Evange- -Rev. Pastor. Rev. Robert West
Union. 6:45 Meeting and Bible Study 7
at 2 p.m. Sunday In Jones Mem- p.m. Lowell Douglas -
pret "God with us" In a gen- listic Service 7 p.m. Wednes-
orial Chapel with Rev. Denton Director. Worship Services. p.m. Study on Book of Psalms.
day Prayer Meeting. 7:30 NEW RIVER BAPTIST
Services Held eral sense Indicating that the : p.m.
a.m. 7:30.
Sumrall officiating. Intermentwas Lavern Outlaw G.F. pastor. Everyone
favor and help of God will over- Come and worship with us. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH music Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
For Mrs. LeachIn In Hickory Grove Cemetery come enemies and give vic- -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- director. Welcome. Ing Worship>>, 11 am. Training

Green Cove Springs, under tory. But it Is not possibleto Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Union, 7 pjn. Evening Worship
Jones Chapel direction of DeWitt C.Jones Fred Johns 8 Wednesday service
blur the meaning In such Rev. pastor. pjn. night ,
fashion If connect Isaial p.m. Everyone welcome.
16 N. :
Mrs. Laura Alice Leach, 67, 7:14: with Isaiah 9:6: : "For unto -L.L. Parker, pastor.
I Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morns !):45 ajn. Morning Worship.10:45i :
of Starke died Wednesday,Dec.after Held us a child Is born unto us a Cor; Ash & Chestnut Sunday EVERGREEN BAPTIST Ing Worship, 11. Training Union. I i jn. Evening Service 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
9 In Gainesville hospital! son Is given and the '
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a govern-
an extended Illnel s. She For Fred Lang ment shall be upon his shoulder School 9:30: ; Morning Worship Highway 125.Northwestof Law- 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30. Youth Group Meeting Sunday 6:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
born In Starke on Nov. and his shall be called 11; Luague 4 p.m. Night Service toys Sunday School,10 a.m.Mom- Midweek Prayer Service 7:30.: I>.m. Ing Worship 11. Training Union
was 9, 1903 the daughter of the At Long BranchFred Wonderful: Counseller,The mighty 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams !tug Worship 11:15.: Sunday Night -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.

late John and Klzzle Silcox God The everlasting pastor. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday

Ellington. She was a member D. Lang 77, of Clay Father The Prince of Peao" '' Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.Rev.. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
of the Laura Baptist Church. This precisely defines "God FIRST UNITED Albert Knight, pastor. LATTER DAY SAINTS
Surviving are her husband In a Macclenny Hospital. He with us". The everlasting STARKE 1404 E. Bessent Road Highway 100 at Theressa) Sunday School, 10 ajn. Mom
Otis Leach daughter, Mrs. "ather." Consider the name LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH
; was a retired farmer and ( Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning SundayPriesthood 8:30: ajn. Sunday School- a.m:, Morning lag Worship 11 ajn. Pre-
Mable Lewis two sons JamesL. longtime resident of Clay Coun. Emmanuel In the light of his- Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School, 9:45.a.m... .; Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacrament j Worship- a.m. Training Services (Booster Band, Young :
Leach and Lester J. Leach; toric life of Jesus and In the ;
1 MYF 6 Morning Worship, 11 ajttil Eve- 6
; p.m.
ty. groups p.m.
; |Union- 6:30 pjn. Evenln Wor- People and Prayer Service), 6i
two brothers. Arch and Burk Surviving are his widow,Mrs. light of His claims to deity: WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal lung Worship, 7:30: pan.'J' Mid- MondayMIa 7:30: p.m. I ihlp7:15 p.m.Wednesday ; &; i p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m;
Ellington all of Starke; 18 "I and my Father are one"; week Bible Study Wednesday! TuesdayPrimary 4:30 v
I Lealer Lang; a daughter Mrs. 7p.m. Prayer Meeting p.m. Night Prayer Ser Midweek Service Wednesday,
grandchildren and ten great- Mabel Parrish. of Avon Park; "He that. hath seen me hath '7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal !7:30: p.m. Wednesday- Relief Society, ,vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 7:30 pjn. Rev. John Strickland,
grandchildren. five grandchildren and four seen the Father"; "Before A- 745. Be In church Sunday.Rev. 7:30: p.m.Jesse j Packham f Pastor.
pastor. .
Funeral services were held braham was, I am." In sucha
great-grandchildren; one brother W. B. Mercer pastor D. Branson, Branch
at 11 a.m. Saturday in Jones Richard Lang, of Max- light, "God with us" cannotbe -DeWitt T, Farabee,. Jr. Pjegldend
Memorial Chapel with Rev. reduced to anything short of ..
vllle; three stepdaughters,Mrs. -------- --------- -----------------.
Donald Willis and Rev. R.H. Ida L. Grlffls Mrs. Elsie M. the incarnation. LAwTEY CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS .,
Butler officiating.: Intermentwas and Luke affirms "God with us"when ::J
Cannon Gladys Lanthrlpp,
In the KIngsley Lake Cemetery and he wrote In Luke 1:26-33: : CHURCH f '::1
two Virgil
stepsons Johns
under direction of De- "And In the sixth month the angel Sunday School 45a.m.: .;Mor- I
New and Herschel
York Johns ning Worship 11 a.m. Youth .
Witt C. Jones Funeral Home Maxville. Gabriel was sent from God ; I ''
unto a city of Galilee, named Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- :::
Funeral services were held '.' 'J
ship 7 f .
p.m.Tuesday ''
Nazareth to a virgin espousedto
at 2 p.m. Sunday In the Long
Prayer Meeting 7:30
a man whose name was Joseph 'x
Family/ planners have decided Branch Baptist Church with I II
Rev. Percy Knight and Rev. of the house of David; and p.m.Rev. }
W.B. Chauncey .
that two children are pastor. f'
the virgin's Mary.
Harvey Lane officiating. Inter- name was I :: '
ideal. Just enough for a rous- ment was In the Long Branch And the angel came In unto NORTHa iuE BAPTIST : .

ing fight in the back seat of/ Cemetery with Westberry Grlf- her and said, Hail thou that CHURCH> :: I
art highly favored the Lord Is ::
fis Rlvermead Funeral Home, ;
the sedan but not enough for Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: : I
with thee: blessed art thou a- ; f ::
Orange Park, In charge of ar-
an all-out riot.I'OirEI.i.'S. rangements. mong women.And when she saw, Sunday School 11. Sunday Eve- f I
ning Worship p.m. Training
she was troubled at his saying, r
and cast In her mind what man- Union 7:30.: :.: I
ThursdayTeachers and Officers
\\ V.OBILK! : ner of salutation this shouldbe. :::
MADISON STREET And the angel said unto her Meeting, 6:30. Prayer .:::: I

HOME: VI LL\(C"; : BAPTIST CHURCH Fear not, Mary: for thou hast Meeting-Edward 7:30.: .
', Opportunities for service: found favor with God. And behold C. Harvey pastor. I

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womb and bring forth a son, ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
School 9:45: ; Morning Worshipat ....
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LAKE: Cl'TLEP10V30 Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Evening He shall be great and shall be Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd .or' :::::
I Worship, 7:30.: called the Son of the Highest; 'Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer I. r'r :::: f
Concrete Patio. MondayYouth Choir Prac- .and the Lord God shall give 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. J

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TuesdayMllSion Friends father David: And he shall reign
City Water. Sewer (;ar- Girls In Action Acteens 3:30: over the house of Jacob forever; II 'III ; Snows!
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Meet- no end. Let praise
WednesdayPrayer everyone
I Details Call Ing and Business Meeting 7:30: God for giving us his Son Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning You can see by the car tracks that. people are going :::: I

p.m. Church Choir Practice Immanuel.J.C. Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- ...._ w qrf places: despite the heavy snows. Others, like you and"i' .:.::.:
.J96-?26 t or 496-3861 --.'' 2 ..
Evening Worship, '
8:30. Brown, Jr. Minister vice 6 p.m. .... : I
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: because of it because
First Christian Church 7:30: p.m. Tuesday night Prayer :1' r6 me perhaps are going places / ::

Meeting 7:30: p.m. the new-fallen snow is beautiful and we want to enjoy :: I

Rev. Neal Starling pastor I : JQII 1L$'- ;:1 it and look at the pictures it make on the land. :::' I
j:$ Th> Church ll God'l ippoinltrf' ggmy" In ItiH' :::
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH world 'for ipc.oding Hit' "..Itdg.d Wit 1o.Il! scape. Also, that frosty, crackly wind that come i::: I

Sunday School 10am.Morn-; P 6rmono.dmaad.m.dfwma.ut.tpnd' 1:1 with the first snows blows roses in our cheeks and 1:

Our Ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening t I d; lo' Idol ... by loninj tut" nujMwr. MhwIhit 'Ii. new energy and expectations into our hearts. We :: I
Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer grounding. in Hit' Iov..l' Cod, no gononv :.
4' can't wait to out and do and be with I
Meeting and Bible Study 1 ; mint or trxloly or won of' lilt, nil' "hnfptr.mro get things ::1 .

7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- EI t ; and .Ihs hndomt.hkh wt h.Id"/I people :: ,
ing every Monday 7 p.m. dior will. innriloblp ptilih., Thonlora, tvinIrom ::

G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone I a iclflih point'of vitw,tnt shall support' : A New Year is upon us. What wonderful things this :::1; I
Business Welcome. 4 Hit'' Church. 'for'IM.ak.ol'Hit whim ol hint-, i, year can bring. Does the New Year lying before you :;:::
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till and his family' ferond (hot, ho...v.r, :::: ,
t l with its promise fill I you with new I life I and excitedexpectation ( ':'.:
should, and I I In .
I wry ponon uphold pall 1"01." ::::
ST EDWARD'S CATHOLIC F 1. like the new mentioned above? I
Hit Church b"ouii "it Hill the Irvlli obout Q snow :::::
man't lilt" dtolh' and dtihny, : 'Iht Inilli which .:!1 ::::" t
Father James Cregan, pastor. t New Year be and .
j May a happy
your prosperous
7 Sunday ,.n. will, ut him, .!fitt la Hot at a child" of, j:: .
Hours Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass ::::: 11 God !S. one and may you find great.peace every day :::: .,

7 p.m. il:: ::r:: ii n:: ] through worship .and spiritual blessings each week 1;1 f

Confessions Saturday 6 IJ:::: sc.-Ad..s.r.I through attending church. ::::.:: .1,

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Opportunities for service: Brake Service
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round-the-clock banking with us. Sunday -- Sunday School Wheel Balance and

By mail. Making deposits or paying loansis sermon 9:45: ; Morning"Following Worship at God'sStar" 11, 24HR. WRECKER SERvICE 539 E. Call St. Starke Fit Alignment

as easy as mailing a letter. Acteens meet immedia- Phone 964-5745 for FREE PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
tely after morning worship ser Hiway 301 and 100

Come in for a free vice. Training Union 6:15: ; Inspections, and Estimates An Minor Repairs .
Bank-by-Mail form. Evening Worship 7:30: Christ. UO S. Temple Starke

mas Cantata"SHEPHERDSRE. 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke

Better yet, ask for one by mail. JOICE", presented by Church
and Youth Choirs.

Monday -- Youth Choir Practice -

-- gleaners Sunday
School Class Christmas Party,
7:00: ; Youth Choir goes Carolingand Grocery and Market

Hamburger Fry afterwards
Wednesday -- Family Night Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Your

Covered Dish Supper, 6:30: : To
be followed by Church Wide Complete Paint Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems
FLORIDABANK Christmas Party EveryoneIs
asked to bring an offering Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts

to the Lottie Moon Christmas U. S. 301 Sooth 'Starke Title Insurance
AT STARKE( Offering and pin It on our Chris "Check With Us First" !

tmas Tree. I PHONE 964.5312 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881CLAY
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Pastor .

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

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JUNIOR CHRISTMAS Bob McCormick remains In

'n01trroa 1 GOLF TOURNAMENTA the Medical Center following
xa tournament open to all Juniors surgery
-17 years and underwill Franklin Welssgerber is
be held Tuesday, Dec. 22. Tee- home from a long stay in the
off time is 9 a.m. for the 9 Medical Center.
hole low net tournament for Also home and convalescing 4 i1 1
boys and girls. Entry fee Is following surgery at St Vin
50C! and you must sign up at cent's In Jacksonville is N.W.
the bulletin board at the Club- Hardenburgh. 5
house. Luncheon will be servedat Visiting with Mrs. Franklin

1 p.m. Weisgerger is Mrs. Yelington _
of Hastings and Mrs. Weisger- +a1a..e w..hr 1
HERE N' THERE ber's mother, Mrs. John Den- ti dry
Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Watson mark of Jacksonville. 1 : L P _

have returned from a trip to Recent guests of Mr. and i. uu
Selma Ala. where they visit- Mrs. Gay Livingston were Col. .
Members of the Building ed their son and daughter-in- and Mrs. Ellison of Ft. Lau- v
can Anabcl T. B. Milll. law Major and Mrs. A.B. Wat- derdale. They were renewing
Georgia Wolfe, and R. T. Hen son, Jr. and two grandsons, their friendship from days of
derROn are pictured unveiling the cornerstone Tom and Bob. knowing each other in Egypt. r

at dedication services!l for the new First Baptist .hUhu_ _
Church of Keystone HeiKhts; last Sunday afternoon. at.stc, ".."" .."'''''O'''''''_''"' "

1970-71 Keystone: Helghti Caters M I

I News Notes 1 I
Members of the Keystone Heights basketball Standing (from left) : "Mike Schultz.-Panl Leino

By Helen Egan squad are (from left, kneeling:) : Lester Pickern the Sieve Heptinstall, Mike Wrinkle Norm Wilcox, Mark

.+ FELLOWSHIP CLUB that they give their best support late Rick Parades, who was killed in an automobile Jordan, Max Mooneyham, and John Coffman--.Photo I
CHRISTMAS PARTY and cooperation to the accident last week, Butch Bleaadale, and Bobby;, Hur- by Clay County Crescent.
The Keystone Heights Fellow-
new President, Mrs. Driscoll. ner.
u un" ship Club (Senior Citlzensheld) Expressions of gratitude go -- .
L 4 4n their Annual Christmas Partyon to Mrs. Janet Lamm, music

ft the The December new members Lions 10 were Club at 2 most building p.m.cooperative In program.mas maker music, who Janet prior rendered is to ever the Christ-stated ready Rams Trip Indians 79 To 46 1 Council Awards Hanger ContractTo I

In joining In the plan- and willing to give of her talent -
ning for the party under the at the piano, and the Club In Second Game Of New SeasonPaul Clark Construction For$45,000
.: general direction of Mrs. Tho- feels richly blessed for her ef-
s mas Norwood. She had appointed orts. Mrs. Norwood was un-
L a_ com 11lttees for refresh- tiring in her planning and work McGruder, who nearly figures while Tim Huraer and Contract for a new 125 x 125 Officials of the company indicated -
ments, to which every member with the party plans. Many assisted fouled out in the first half, Paul Leino were top scorers foot hangar at the city-owned they would( start con-
contributed. Under her direction her whose names are scored 26 points to lead the for the Indians. Keystone Heights Airport was struction in about a week after -

Jf / the decorating com:nit- unknown, but the fine cooperation -. Interlachen Rams to a 79-46 The Rams are now 3-1, and awarded at a special council the contract is approvedand
I'I'A l tee decorated the hall in a made this season's party romp over Keystone Heightsin the Indians are 0-2. meeting Monday night to the signed. Actual erection of
fantasy of brightness and outstanding.It the Interlachen gym last low bidder Clark Construction the building is expected to take
LiiT charm. Due to the musical pro- will be January 14 before Saturday night.Keystone KEYSTONE: ptlnUII J-l-4) Co. of Ocala for approximately from six to' eight weeks to
gram, the only decoration on members and friends will managed to Wrinkle 'I-o-2, Coflm.n/ ,.l-t-lli. ,, Jordan $45,000.Clark's complete. It' will be erectedon
... get pace 14-21| Wllcox 0.1-1, .d.,. 41-',
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'W' the stage was a shiny streamer together again. On behalf of the Rams through the firstper- L.'no13 1411-16.' ) Hur... ,_2. TOTALS: base bid was $41,205, a site Just beyond the pre-

portion of the congregation attending dedication across the base, reading the Club, officers and mem- led but a Ram scoring surgein INTERLACHEN: Wtllf. l-J-lll I to which was added Alternate sent hangar. .; which will be
"Merry Christmas" in red and bers go a Holiday Greetingand the second period gave In- Flowtri 0-1-11 Willl.m, 3.1-70. 1, providing for a20-yearauar- torn down.
services! i is shown above. A. E. chairman McGrud.r 111-7>i Thomai 0 I-Jj
Anthony, silver tinsel. Across
the floor .
Good Will. terlachen a commanding 42-29 Strickland' 1 0-It Courtnev11' ; Dtvli, anteed roof ($2,516)); and sales
of the dedication activities' is standing in the level were boughs of Christ- halftime: lead.Interlachen's. '_2'' Gumbo a.0-4. TOTALS: 34-13-7: taxes of approximately $1,000.As At MondaYS'meeting, Arch-

pulpit. .The new church: has n seating rapacity of 430, mas greenery of palms fronds, GRAND MATRON VISITS Curt Courtneyand Ktvthwi.1 InHrllchtfl"' 21 21 21 I 22 I 1]t __ 44 79 soon as the contract is itect Don Morgan submitted a
including balcony and choir} loft. holly and fern. Mrs.Ethel Wey- Worthy Grand Matron Vir- Jeff White hit in double written it will be reviewed by report on the three low bids
man and President Fern Hanson ginia Boyete of the Grand Chapter Council, and approved by City after which Council voted unanimously -
I directed this arrangement, of the Order of Eastern Grand Matron's theme. She was Attorney Fremont Tolles before to accept the Clark
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I with assistance from several of Star of Florida made her official then honored with a honorary sliming:. offer.
J KEYSTONE HEIGHTS the male mem'>ers, Bob Fer- visit to the Keystone membership In the Chapter anda
: rell Houston Driscoll and Tom Heights Chapter on Thursday Love Gift. The Grand Ma-
Pastor: Rev. Lawrence tar- centrate our efforts on the MELROSE----- Youths :'Sentenced
Norwood.The .
James Robison Crusade com- evening, Dec. 10. tron project Is the Masonicand --
roll.Sunday School9:45: a.m. ing up the first part of January exceptionally long refreshment Members of the Keystone Eastern Star Home in St. On Drug ChargesIn
table was centered Chapter honored her and other Petersburg. By Joyce Rowe
Morning Worship- a.m. James Robison Is of the
Church Training- 6:30: p.m. caliber with a silver Christmas tree officials at a turkey dinner. Following the meeting, a reception Circuit CourtTwo
Evening Worship7:30 came evangelist as Rev from which hung colored balls, Mrs. S.E. Kennedy was gen- and social hour was We regret to hear thatwe will terns for needy families so they
: p.m. Billy Graham. lie Is only 27
MondayYouth Music Group- of and white reindeer, small crocheted eral" chairman of the dinner, enjoyed In the banquet hall. be losing from our community can have a happy Christmas. Keystone'Heights youths
7 years age has alreadyhad poodle dogs, and several hand and members prepared various The refreshment table was very Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jacobi and If you are unhappy becauseyou were sentefcWd last week: In
p.m 60,000 professions of faith
Tuesdav- Girls Action(Ag at his crusades in the wrought yarn baubles made' dishes and relishes that com- Christznasy with a basket gay children, who will make their can't buy everything your Clay County; Circuit Court In
es (6-11)) 3:15 p.m.; Mission short time he has been preachIng very from covering spools, buttons plemented the main dish. The colored baubles and a tiny gold home in Perry, where they will child wants, think how parents connection with their arrest ;

Friends (Ages 3-5) 3:15 p.m. fie will be at the Bradford and paper cups. Two decorated .guest table was festively dec- elf sitting near It. A favorable manage a motel.' Jeanette was. feel who can't buy their chi 1- on October 31 on charges of
WednesdayHour of Power School Christims stockings hung"at' orated Christmas motif. Each report was made of the prog- very active in community act- dren anything. See if you can'tfind possession of narcotics.
(Prayer Mtg.) 7 p.m. Adult High 6-10. We Auditorium will be writing, Jan- base of the tree. Mrs. Mary long table was set with red ress of N. Watson Hardenburgh. Ivltes and will be missed great it in your heart to give Nathan R. Bruce entered a
Choir Rehearsal 8 p.m. more uary about this in the weeksto Wilcox, vice president-elect, napkins and a tiny miniature red following his surgery, and he ly. She was treasurer of the food or toys to those fami pleas of nolo contencere and
ThursdayVisitation Ac- assisted Mrs. Norwood In serving sleigh containing mints. Seven- had been able to return to his Junior Woman's Club and membership lies.The was placed on two years probation -
teens (Girls 12-17) 3:15: ; p.m. come. punch or coffee. The table ty-five members attended the home In Keystone for rest for chairman for the Mel- Melrose Action Committee by Judge Marion GoodthChrisWpten -
Our Dedication this being spread with white cov- dinner. At 8 o'clock, the Chap some limo.COMMUNITY. rose area for the PTA will not collect used toys
Day, past
ering held an abundance of fan- ter honored Worthy Grand Ma- Glynn Rothhammer and sons, this year. They felt it was ( )W, Zowarka also
Sunday the a mem-
was cy cakes, cookies, nuts, candy, tron Boyete with the regular CHURCH Clyde and Bruce, of Gainesville to unsanitary as they had no entered a pleas of nolo con-
orable lives. Many
former day our former My Neighbors sandwiches and fruit cake, the Chapter ceremony. As the month of December visited his brother-in-law and way to sterilize these toys. tendere and was sentenced to
members a
Rev. Bowen and Christmas favorite. Other honored guests were opened the first Sunday mor- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Virgle The Homemakers Club reports serve 20 days In the county
pastor, many
in Forty-six members and Past Grand Matron Verna Brice ning Worship Service was ob- Rowe and family Sunday. a very successful Christ- Jail starting December 26, after -
visitors came to join us
friends enjoyed the festivities who is the present Grand Ada served by recognizing the monthas The Melrose Public Librarywill mas Bazaar. They wish to thank which he will be on pro-
the didication of sanc
our new rt' Special guest was Mrs. Earl of the General Assembly of Advent month As the Aco- be closed December 24, everyone who helped make It bation for two years.
tuary. We were also pleasedto M. Voyles of Lake Santa Fe OES of the United States. She lyte approached the front of 25,26, for the Christmas holidays a success
have several local pastors who is President of the It will of The Junior Woman's Club has -
Key- and Matron Boyette were escorted the church, he lighted a pur- course also be ty.
visiting with us. f wJ stone Heights Womans Club. to the seats of honor ple candle, the color of the closed Sunday and Monday, the been busy decorating Melrose.In Sorry there's no bridge club
Sunday evening, six new members 1"flow Preceding the main featureof beside Worthy Matron Jo Reed first three Sundays before days It usually closes. addition to the big tree they news this week but I could-

were baptized In our new .J, the program, Mrs. Floyd of Keystone Chapter. Past Christmas. A large wrought With Christmas so close I decorated down by the post n't get hold of Mrs. Grolick ,;,
baptistry. These new membersare Baker, Terry King and Jim% Grand Patron G,W. Garrlsh was iron stand, donated by florist hope you are all In the spiritof office oj'smaller tree was for the names. :::
:Mr. and :Mrs. Phil Cro- Wlldt gave a program of coun- also honored and seated beside Edna Williams, and created into giving. Boxes have been decorated at school. Since the
mer, :Mr. and :Mrs. George try music. Worthy Patron Gilbert Reed. a wreath by Mrs. J. Miller placed in stores to collect 1- big tree Is on property that Is 'TIS THE SEASON .,
Long, :Mrs. lona Williams and Mrs. Stewart McCord, tea- Each special guest was Introduced Wrinkle, upon which were up for sale, the club felt it Christmas is definitely In the
:Mark Wilson. The Lord's Sup --- J cher of mjslc in the Keystone and given a cordial- placed three purple candles was a good idea to look for a air. I hope this is a season

per was also observed during Heights, School presented her greeting. They were Grand Associate one rose candle and one white Clay County new location. A tree will be ( Continued
this service. It was good to fifth and sixth grade pupilsin Matron of the Juris- candle. The rose candle will planted at the school for this on Next Page)

see a full house during the several numbers, mostly diction of Florida, Betty Snell be lighted on the Sunday before purpose Until the tree Is big
day's services, and in the eve- hymns appropriate to the sea- of Jacksonville, who with Grand Christmas, and the white Bids For 72 enough, a cut tree wll be
ning service there were approximately run I.train mv hack? son. Three of the boys gave Treasurer Miss Mary Laura candle on Christmas eve ser- placed there each Christmas.If KEYSTONE
250 present. I'm nut hawing In l lnf'lI\l !" part solo work and the groupof Johnson of Gainesville, were vices at 7:30 p.m. This ser- Month SchoolClay you are looking for a Christ-
Since Dedication Day is behind 38 youngsters were intenton Introduced by Chaplain Grace vice will be one of Carols mas tree for the family we will :
us now, we shall con- doing their best and were Keeth. .I Four other grand officers and Candles. Everyone Is Invited County High School would be selling cedar trees for $2
mist appreciated. were Introduced by P.M. to enjoy the real mean- operate on a 12-month basis, each until December 18, whenwe HEIGHTS
Santa's Christmas stocking- Phyllis Hussey, and all chap ing of Christmas starting next July 1, under a hope to leave for Tulsa
pack lay on the registrationbooth federal which school for the holidays. If you can-
ter officers of any State Jurisdiction program
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home and the registrar, Mrs. were recognized. The CIIURCII WOMENA board members approved at not afford a tree, or know some- DIRECTORY
:Marge Tracy 1 and membership Keystone Chapter was well represented change was made too late their Monday session. one who will not have a tree
chairman :Mrs HOse Lang received by Past Matrons and to cancel the report of last If finally approved by the because they cannot afford to
STARKE 18 membership dues for Past Patrons, with only one week, regarding the bringing State Department of Education, buy one, I will be happy to BEAUTY
1971.Gordon Past Matron absent and all but of canned goods for the Church and the )Department of Health, give one. SHOP
J PHONE !),61-r,2o0( : Baker was Installing two Past Patrons, both of whom Women Luncheon on the 14th. Education & Welfare, Title 3 Santa Clause will be at the
officer for the slate of officers live out-of-town. Welfare Chairman, Mrs. Ger- funds' which could run as highas Post Office December 19 from KEYSTONEBEAUTY "
for 1971. lIe charged each one The honorary courtesy writ- trude Chrlstoffers. who was $700,000 for a three-year 10 to 12. He will pass out

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS as he called them by name: ten by Treasurer Vera Owns- instrumental in placing three period, would finance the plan. candy and talk to the child- SHOP
President :Mrs. :Marion Dris- bey was unique and colorful. small boys, who needed a home Clay County School Superin- ren. While the children talk
I'IINE I7.'J-I76: :{ coll; :Mrs Mary Wilcox (1st Mrs. Ownbey was confined to and guidance, In the 1'odeheav- tendent Jesse Tynes said approval to Santa Mom and Dad can EDITH JOHNSON Owner
Vice); :Mrs Vera Lambing (2nd( her home, having been ill for er Boys' Camp at Palatka, and of the plan will mean enjoy free doughnuts and coffee Personal and Creative Hair' Styt.. .::.
Vice); Julius Hanson, treasurer some time. The Chapters two this Camp is one of the Mis- about $237,000 the first year, thanks to the Junior Weman's Inc Every Form of Beauty > .'
; and Mrs. I Emily: Ison, secretary Sweetheart escorts conducted sionary Projects of the Church and an additional $225,000 for Club, which Is sponsor- Culture -TIK'S.-Sal.. "11: closed
with the simple( orderof Worthy Grand Matron to the Women Missionary program.It each of the remaining two years.If Ing the event. A bake sale Monday.:
service in a club which Is Conductress station where she was recom:Tiended that members carried out, the plan will will also be held at this time.If .
based on good fellowship.The was presented with a large contribute a pair of boys mean attendance three-fourths you love those good Clax-
retiring president Mrs. plaque with the musical staff socks and bags of candy. The of all high school students at ton fruit cakes, you will be NURSERY .;::'
A Financial :; Fern Hanson then passed the drawn across It. As she was Sunday School will observe all times during the 12-month happy to know that the Mel-
gavel (which was a gift from escorted from one station to Christmas with a program on year around program. rose Recreation Department is O.C. Carnes
lames l uckett) 1st President another the officer presentedher December 20 at 7:30: In the Tynes said that although each selling them for $1 for the Nursery
Depart me ; of the AAKP Chapter, which with a musical note, which Educational Building It will student will attend school only pound size. This Is 25 cents Thousand
of .
M% was a gift from lames Puck- less than they are a lot of
oLlcroerwf. was placed on the staff with be one which will retell the for the current requirement of '
was dissolved and the fellowship I appropriate words of greeting. "Christmis Story" through 180 days, students will also be places. They are being sold Fruit Trees-Shade TreesEvergreens :-:'
Stor ==
Club established. Mrs. E- When tho staff was complete music, narration, films and all exposed to a broader curri- at Uudolph's( harbor Shop or
thel Woyman program chair- for a score the notes spelledout choirs from Beginners to Youth. culum under the plan. from members of the group.Don't Camellias & Azaleas
.,MN IM man, presented Mrs. Hansona VlltUNIA.; With Mrs. Het Superintendent Charles: Ileptin- Tynes also said (the plan will forget that the Junior MOST ALL IN CANS

gift on her retirement from ty Sikes at the piano, -to (Heed stall says that children can en- cut the number of failures con- Class Is still selling candy PLANT ANY TIME ."
--try the high; office of ('resident. and .lanct I lay nor gave a musical Joy Christmas more by giving, siderably and will give brighter pal lywogs.
Mrs. Hanson, in receiving the trio of the thcmo "MusicIn and therefore they will share students an opportunity to The ITA Is still selllngStan- Beautiful Roaea -
gift, charred: all the members Our (Hearts" which Is toP the blessings with others, finish high school In less than ley products. This Is to be a LandscapingPhone
namely fro boys at Kodehoav- the four years now required. year long project, so If you
er Camp: They, too, are askedto The plan, if approved, will need anything, call one of doe 659.2165
Oar tank .to really a financial department store, ::1he. D members. The orders that I have
provide socks and bags of be entirely financed under Title -
with services available for all your. financial ne.dll. \ I ttT/\b candy. 'these with the adult 3 federal funds. This will been taken recently, will be 23 MI. S. S. of Starke on

Farm, business and perwxul loan checking: p\J gifts will be placed under the include salaries of additional sent In December II, so you Hwy 100 'at Florahone
aDd saving account safe depoelt and r Sunday Schoul Christmas Tree. guidance counselors and Instructors should be getting your order
Use them to foOwt A dress rehearsal will be heldon which the plan will soon.
many other serrlees. your Saturday, Dec. 19, at 10 a.m.Drrembrr require. The Cub Scouts held an or- S. E. M KA Y. REALTOR
advaatace.COMB.. At the Monday meeting Ux gnnlzation meeting last week.
board also approved employ- George Hanks will be the Cub- I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-4316

IN GET ACQUAINTED Iliwny 21 North Keystone, Ilt.s. ment of fierce Wulbory & mister: but all tho other positions Appraisal:. Service
e e Murphoy Corp of Jacksonville have not been filled '
UHJ fiscal for you :-u; It looks like we will The Best In Lakefront
us agent
Barbecue -- Steaks -- Fresh Seafood pets' Its some have Cub Scouts after all (his
KEYSTONE STATE BANK from 'the nlrlfn limps when it dIe proposed race track bond Ham., Acreage, Rental
Buffet Issue of n 5I.2H5.OIM) minimum. year. ;.
Lunch thi
Daily ion truth' month, 'In thecalendar.
School will close for the
Keystone Height), Fla. Ton bad it Last Funds from solo of Uio bonds ASSOCIATES
Member F.D.I.C. Christmas
Dining Room Open -- 7 a.m.12 dng., would be used for various holidays I"rldayar- "llrn ''
p.m. / : Mrn. Melba 73-474 ,
Dec. 18 and will
lornoon reopen -
"Vowr Friendly Hank In Your Friendly Ihnf 'to net, the, Christmas school construction projects, .Innuary 4. Students are Col. J. rhm"|itrfonI73U7| '
Community.: For 'rllh-O"t Order Call Ole Al 473-0020: ihtippimj! tli>nf. but n priority list hits not yet L. J. Robinson
been said. Hupixiaod to bring 25: cents top 475-IWI
flnalyzod Tynos
iy for their Christmas par-


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;. .Joyce; Howe (Lake Santa Fe) In SFJC CourseA '

:; '-Vd: V'J '6 Byt Phone Michael"5-1112 H. Chltty new course at Santa Fe GIASSIFIED ADS GET R 111,

" ;:. [!\'om Proceeding Page] Junior the College opportunity will to give discuss citizens

major Issues such as the population .
of joy tor It doesn't takea .
, ; :you. It's just around the corner, -
lot of money, for joy comes friends. In fact, !If you got this explosion, crime, andwomen's
from within. If haven't felt liberation with specialists -
you paper Thursday, It's only 7 S
i It yet, do something for some short days away. Yes,Mothers, In the fields accordIng ... _
to Dean for Community s
body else; that good. feeling you you'll have the thrill of having ."u-
Educational Services Jack
1' feel Inside Is Joy. those precious little things with

" Students at Melrose Elementary for two long weeks... Now ler.Mrs. .
you SKYLINE 1971
Carole Shelton Instructor BATES
f. entered Into the true spirit really, doesn't the thought Just CLASSIFIED AD JIMMY MOORE"SSUN LEW'SWELDING
i this'week.. Instead said that the course, Contemporary -
of Christmas
I to each thrill ya? Issues 1971,will feature Minimum Charge .... ,,1.7' MOBILE HOMES SPORTS SHOP
r of giving gifts We were !In Gainesville again,,
other and their teachers, they eight discussion programson (Covers 15 word) f NEW AND USED
ourshoppinglastMonday -
finishing 12 60' FOR
food to be foreign and domestic Issues. x MOORE BOAT Whispering Pines Mo
brought gifts While there, we visited the talks will Each word over 15-70 3 Bedroom tel'
She noted that MONEY US 301 S. Phone
r' given to children less fortunate Uncle Alfred and Aunt Corine $4 095 YOUR SALES
be Informal and said that students SOC Extra Cnarce If not 984-8252-
f than they. Hudson, and Alfred's sister and Furnished 1OLIN'S 'PARTS
It seems none of the churches brother-in-law. Floy and.Jack will be encouraged to paid la advance Starke Ph. 964-5791 SERVICE
participate In the discussions, UTILITY TRAILERS
will be presentIng
Melrose -
t r :E the story of Christ's birth. and Taylor Jean of Pierce Apalachlcola.and son Jere-Russ ask questions, and challengethe CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MOBILE Complete Outboard AStern : CUSTOM BUILT Deep and Shallow Wells
Some of the churches will have my spent the day with us Saturday speakers If they so desire $1.50 Per Inch HOME SALES Drive Sentce-pad GAS AND ELECTRIC Water Softeners and

no special Christmas programs and Russ put my stereo The. purpose of the discussion Memorials Resolutions Starke Fix-100 West Repair. Complete Fiber WELDING BRAZING PIItersPlumbing
I and thos that do will have musical back together. My (little! )brother course Is to stimulate Proclamations, etc7c word glass Repair. Custom- SHEET METAL : Supplies

'I programs. Church Wayne came home" for citizens to learn more about built Fiberglass Fiahip TRAILER HITCHES ,111;
; Faith Presbyterian the weekend with us, Sunday major issues facing the nation CARDS OF THANKS EXPERT SERVICE ON
t I had a special Christmas It was program a afternoon, Don Norris of Jacksonville today and think about the ramifications SO words or less ? _-,5,00 COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cot INSTALLEDPECANS. ALL MAKES
Sunday night. visited us. My mother tags parents /wanted. Some
musical program featuring the before forming opine Each word over 50-7o PHONE 989.7081DUItRANCE
and father attended the funeralo Married couples. and ''women.
ions. Mrs. Shelton stressed! that
junior and senior Choirs. f Cula Coran In Starke Sunday the non-credit Adult Special Salary starts $347 per month -
Grace Barbot also accompanied
sang afternoon. Mr. Coran wasa Interest course Is intended only per person. 5 'day week. 8 hour FAST TV" ST3CRD0 RE '
Florence FOR RENT Good location .
by Mrs. of Hum. Free cttytlimlta. PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
long-time employee Promotional opportunities PAIR. ptcknup,
to Inform Individuals and give day.
soothes close
be I
will furnished
Janes. There : and
phreys Gold Corp. and the Du- them a chance to discuss the unfurnished State Retirement, sick leave, {:! Dahmer'a Discount
musical this[ Sunday,
program I& rtments. W. H. FOR SALEShelled
pont Company.; / would liken lectures etc apply In f tlchq
with the congregation slnglnt topics so no tests or No lima n. ttchg vacation, .Please
extend our sympathey to his will be given.Interested[ only .Personnel Office,
Christmas Carols. Rev. Her person WANTED -House fun of fur.nlture NOTICEStarke
wife Sarah. Unshelled'WIiOLESALE
Individuals may FOR SALE Oak Buftland CenberGalnesV'illoe.. or:
bert Parsons from Camp Mont and< hard- Dahmer1
Mrs. Jo her ; pay
gomery will show slides of the Strandberg, son register for the course by mall /Wffod .for fire place.) $10 'Fla. An equal opportunity; em RETAIL and Keystone
Discount. tfchg !
Paul his wife, Lee, son Greg
to the Business Office or come
Nativity. There will be a social strand delivered! Contact ployer. Uchg Customers
and a friend went sightseeing Heights area
: hour following the pr,)gram. to Rainbow Springs and Citrus to Room 101 at the Santa Fe Larry O'Neal apt 964-6200. tfchg 21" MOTOROLA colon TV console Pecans Cracked
West House 723 West Univer-
Ellam Baptist Church will like new. Dalwner' >XMccnmt. a> Mattress
have a musical progra.n Sun Springs last Saturday. sity Avenue, pn January 4 from LOST- Brawn purse In vicinity itfehg Sc lb. Hastings

day night presented by the Granny Copeland, Otis Mel 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. or 6 oct Church St. Nov. 25. Important MARY and Upholstery

choir. These programs are open ton and I heard some great to 8 p.m.; or January 5 from Frrsor.!: : 'al topers:' ,: and 8-TRACK TAPES. $1 discount. C. R. BRADFORD

to the public. Holy Spirit filled messages by 8:30: am.430: p.m. Registration !brown 'wal'tt matching.' purse Pahmcr'a. DJscoumit. tfclut _StflrkFanner Marfcet'' 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA .
Bro. John Hull at our Revivalat .
fee for the course will be needed. .
Mr. and Mrs. James Wise May keep' money( but -:0.
are parents to a baby girl Hampton Baptist Church. $3. The class will meet on pcae: : return wallet and, personal CARTER JOURNEY' TO MECCA:
I born last week. Mrs. Wise is Anyone who missed these messages Wednesdays from 7 to 10:15: : : apers. No questions IF BOOKS are on your list 1

the former Connie King. truly missed a blessing. p.m. at the West House, Room asked. Reward: offered. Sissy for Xmas giving you mar 'w'+ell Smith Plumbingand Open AgainFURNITURE ,
and Mal-
Don't forget that Santa will Raymond of Jacksonville Gladys at 125. Long, p. o. Box 99, Starke, PAINTS !toe glad ;you made the trip toGainesville
be at the post office Saturday phurs were Mrs. Shelton holds a Bachelors FL!. to see books In
with candy for the children at their lake home next door over degree in Political Science _itchy every field In every: subject.in Supply Repaired Reflnished

10 a.m. There will also be the weekend. and a Misters degree In Secondary FOR SALE Peny.. very ;en. .NEW ITEMS : ten foreign lansua&ea. Beat Re.nphofstered
Corlne and Fred Thieman of
free coffee and doughnuts as Education from the University tie. Win hold until ChristmasEv sellers, 75,000 paperback+ .*, etc. Ralford Road
Jacksonville Pat Tinkl
well bake and and of Florida. Prior to $75.00. 964-8639. Up beautiful book NEW MATTRESSES I
as a sale. WALL PAPER EI! ) Many
Fillmon and daughters, of Keystone teaching at Santa Fe, she taughtIn Phone 964-6023
suitable for( !gifts at very much
were Saturday night sup public schools In Florida for FOR SALE 16" Portable, TV reduced prices. FREE ESTIMATES
per guests of Joyce and Pete 3-1/2 :nw. Phene: 064-5426. Itp Unpainted Furniture 328-2144
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Barton. years. :Florida Book Store.+ Inc. Contracting and Repairs Call

I. Duplicate Bridge( winners for Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Raines Southern Marine Wood Graining Kit Gainesville. Fla. ph. 376-8084 Plumbing Fixture
the past week and a halt were: Opposite. University Garapua
spent the weekend at their lake December 31 Water neater
Thursday, Dec. 3; Mrs Mary homo. Moved To GainesvilleNew $-80 Paint Remover 3tchg 12-2 Water Pumps
Cook and Mrs. F.T. Hogue,
Oliver and Tammy Garrison Important Date
I 1st place; Mr. and Mrs. W.H. of Mindarln we re Sunday guests NameGainesville Houses Washed FOR SALE Girls Woycte.Sohvrlnn : SEWINGMACHINE

Bartlett 2nd place; Mrs. Robert of Roy and Betty Griffin and For Medicare MarineLYNN 26" ffcod condition'

Clare and Mrs. W.J. Gro- family and were hunting with Lawn Mowers For Rent $20.00. Call 964-7168. Itchy.
lick, 3rd place Mrs. Raymond HAMILTON MGR. -
Crabtree and Mrs.. W.H. Davies Jack December 31 !Is an enrolled Importantdate In Johnson MoronsCobh Boatr 102 EAST BROWNLEE FOR SALE Interoattonal: : Small Appliance
and Lou Miller and family SALES
for persons A SEtVldPFAFC
4th :Mor-el 340 loader with. 3 point
attended the 86th birthday Medicare, according[ to Information Marine Supplies REPAIRSPhone
Tuesday, Dec. 8; Mrs. Steve STREETFOR !frltch! and power take off-41.- -NECCHI
dinner of their grandmother, released by Bill Fisher, 1030 E. University Ave
Sashoff and Mrs.[ John Strewn 850 Two Model 851 Ford tractors
Mrs. Ethyl Weismer, Chief- local Social Security Representative Oalneavllle
1st place; Mrs. Roland Bryan land. Lou Miller, and Virginia $1,759.: One Model 851 782-3667 $49.50 up
and Mrs.I C.\'.Home, 2nd place; Finn of Melrose were shopping December 31 Is the last date WANTED LISTINGSOn 4 gasoline 1.450: all In excel PARTS A REP!AIRS ON f All

Mrs. C.W. Hardy and Mrs.F.T. in Ocala, last Thursday. that Medicare claims can be Homes and Acreage. Buyers RENT -12' wide, 2 bedroom ant ccin&tlon.: Santa Fe Trac. Toaster, Mixers. Fans, OTHER MAKC MACHIHC

Hogue, 3rd place; Mrs. Donald filed for medical services received Waiting. S rout Realty Re*. trailer outside city' itor. 448 N. W. 6th St. aalneo- Irons Heaters. and NATIONALlltir.UNIV.AVf.
Aska and Mrs. Mike Faikel limits J. B. WhIte 964-6114.
FISHING; from Oct. I 1968tbrougt Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. Ylllo 376-2548. ItchC11'Ok' Electric Hand Tools..

.4th Thursday place. Dec. 10, :Mr. and Roy Griffin Griffin's Lodge, Sept. 30, 1969, Mr. Fisher said ph. 084-6609! Starke. Fla. -4ftdagBARRETT SACE 2 brcycJer.m18.. 4tp 12-10 .
reported the bass schooling who has not previously
'Mrs.[ Mike[ Faikel, 1st place; Anyone services For all your Real Estate one 20 in. hih!: rise, $22.50; 371-1355
In spots, that is they were last submitted bills for
Irs. C.W. ,Hardy and Miss Needs one 26 tai: standard' 1250.
this Buy Sell Exchange
week. He said they were biting( rendered during period
Iva Hillyer, 2nd place; Mrs. best in Alto, and on the south should do so before Dec. 13, Appraisal. Expert Prices firm. M. O. McMillan.
Raymond Crabtree and Sirs Water Condition ttch.
shore of Big Santa Fe. Roy and 1970. Advice on all Real 9B4-73B8
\V.1I. Davies, 3rd place; Mrs. Mr. Zellner caught 7 Bass las' Mr. Fisher all persona Eslat ProblemsCall -SEARSHas
W.J. Grollck and Mrs.[ C,W, urges ing and Pump Co. LOST Vldmity:! GrlJfis![ OM
4th Tuesday. Roy caught: 7 Bass enrolled under Medicare to be BILL POWELL Tracing: Post. Black and white

Hardy There, will place.be no duplicate Thursday; 8 Bass up to 6 pound! aware of these dates, since the Be,. Real Estate Broker 130 Court Street Boston Terrier.: if found EvertKing EP WE DONT HAVE IT'

bridge after this week until Friday; and 5 Bass on Saturday, time limit is very Important Phone 904-6464 Phone 9645832PLUMBING please call' 964-5531 or 964-7289.; _'0 ret it tar yon Office
Joyce Barton and Mae Wat- "Medicare can pay your Slarke Plaza Starke
the first week in January. Reward. Itp STARKE Supplies. Furniture, Equip.
terson caught 12 Spec s one evening medical claims only if they are tfchg .- meat '
I would like to take this .Bradford OuntyTelegraph.
opportunity "
after the wind( earn up a sent In within the tlmo limits, FOR RENT-Spaercuo: : 2 be* .
Merry to Christmas.wish you We all hope avery little.: They were trolling with Mr. Fisher said. "Don't lose room 'apartment, completely- Phone 964.6848
Water Conditionersand
to spend our Christmas In Tul- out any luck at all, then the wind money by waiting too long. filler Brown furnished Call 9647831. tfchg
sa visiting our relatives came up and the fish[ started Any person having questions Pumps
many biting. about a claim should call the WELL DRILLING FOR RENT12 X 52 Mobile'

you there.before So !if I I leave don't,get know to thatI see That does it for this time social security office In Gaines -", Sales and Rentals Home: 2 bedroom fwn&shed. J....*.e...e..N4UMN..e...eN.N..MA.N.:

do wish the best. around, and I've gotta get busy ville. ) Call 964-5484 or 964-6363. .
you .
So till next week, May the goo :Mr. Fisher Is at the Civil Repair Department _2tchg 12-24 .. .

Lord bless and keep you... Defense office in Starke each 24 Hour[ ServiceA. .
SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Monday and Thursday from 9:4J: : Volkswagen FOR SALE 54 Chevrolet .

Letters, all:: sizes colors Permanent to 11:30: a.m. good condition $450.00. Phone ..
tor use on wood, gloat POSTED SIGNS: Treated to New A Vsed t..O). J. Thomas Registered Real 964-5453._tfchg .

plaice: riper: metal, bather withstand 'eatherlOc: each, e Sales Service Estate: E>'cker; Specializing! In
12.25 doz. Special price large FOR SALE New /brick. 3 ;
ANYTHING: -Bradford County on Appraisals for Estates, Individuals j TYPEWRITERS .
Telegraph tf er quantities. Bradford County The new fad in shirts 1 MI. North of Tire Mall arid Corporate Owners. bedroom 2 baths living! room

: Telegraph. tf GAINESVILLECARL Alx! o ecueT.l: real estate :''business. dining room, family room. ;
makes mornings more diffi Thirty Years experiencein FHA or Conventional Financ. ADDING MACHINESCALCULATORS

LEGAL FORMS.: Brad BIG PENS. Ball Point Refills cult. A man now has not only Florida land: matters. Tel. Ing. Contact Buford Mitchell. j :

ford County Teleiraph. Ph. Bradford County Tele.lTaph. l to shower and shave but 9C.4-5701. SMrko. Florida( tf ch 84-6305.. Starke.! tfchg
check his color coordination. REDUCE safe and fast !with i

BEGGS GoBesc Tablets and E-Vap INSURANCE
water' pills." Andrews Drugs. AT REDUCED RATES .

This Christmas Give Him Gulf ServiceUSED PARTS kip 12-17 DOYLE AUTO. FIRE E. CONNER BOAT i i Get'em While They Last! :.

Top Prices for Wrecked Cars

Something He'll Really Enjoy 21 Hour Wrecker Service White also Tenncsrce quail select Red: breeder Blonde. 4e.e I i Used Typewriters I.

e -- Fuel Oil Cortunix:' & Bu ton. E. R. Bo...- BAIRDMobile

0 Used Cars

FISHING Hwy.- 301' N. Waldo- Fla_32008. Ph. 935-2185.BtcniT 1-28 Home : -$45 To $85- i

., 468-1998 NEW and USED

,, JUST IN tlmo for Christmas 8-10-12 Wide

TACKLE -Weaned and 'baV: calves a.l.e..ul.Good I Completely Reconditioned I

oiled and adjusted) >In your up. Call Triple R Ranch, 481- Reasonably Priced Royals, Remingtons !
vt/ home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner 21r8-: H1and' Grove. 3tchg 12-24 :
r Gainesville 378-2785 :
Christmas -
Special repairs oleo( All work guarantee( :
flc!. Dennis E. Cogging. Phone FOR SALE Christmas treesW. Ben Ice., O..n..... sad GUARANTEE! TO- WORK
i i iI
431-1428. tfchc A. Stern Phone 964-5614. Delivered .la 8t.rke Area _
2tp 12-27 NO EXTRA COST I See Them At -

2 0 /o Discount FOR RENT One 'trailerFraco. : FOR SALE Twin 'beds. 2 US 441 N. 4SO NTT I3tk I
:: Orw Large torai: Oalll."mft 3TI-!1aS I I
dressers 1 ""double bed, kitchen I Bradford County Telegraph
shd; one rcjchantc: ::! shop; eras<
: table! and chairs, lamps: 2 *
warehouse on: 301 South of crest of drawers. Ph. 964-5024 POSTED SIGNS: Treated to PHONE noi.finos: !
On All S'.arkc. Call Mutual: : Lumber' withstand weather zoo: etch
Tackle Lie. 004-7400 8 a.m to 4 p.m. Itp S2.25 dos Special price on lars* 4 NNe..NNN.NeN.&,, .NeN.N...Ne i *.<

?_tfchg TOY POODLES. chuTnpnrm' < er quantities. Bradford County .... .eNINeN....
Thru December and., black AKC rcg.stcrcd.: : Telegraph. tf

SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic $7:. no ....,('11. oo4-m72._Ito .I ,
l Letters all sizes. colors. Perm WATER FRONT PROPERTY

.anent. for use on wood, el MS.plaitlc. WANTED: 2 experienced car.pcnters. On Crosby Inks Crosby Lake '... 1'\\ _
., Y t' NEE eR piper metal leather : block mason helper. Inlet. Ideal. For Mobile Home. 1 r. \ I

ANYTHING I -Bradford County :rcmc'lc'InR.:: 'about!: 4 weeks Summer Cottage Or Year You ':" ,
... -
Telegraph.! tf work. Kincslcy Lnkc. Route 1. Round Living1.
g Box :Sill Ph. 513-2361.: : : Itch* All Lot Ready To Go-Clear- ,.,,,
WATSON'S ed. Graded'! tt Leveled. .Zld
BUY CHRISTMAS Gift! : Fine Priced: From 5995.D0. linens I I
jrtms.! rtlvcr enjlrnrvOO l nrold
House of Vacuum ring Available. Call 884-7701.
FISHING ladles, ecntlcmnns "watches

Many- brand of new! vacuul'lVSI'Ion furniture Jlnlnt.lTlItprints., FOR SALE: Trroted and utnmtcd .. i at th. .
Wig lertt Worms Cricket
en -- : !) up. U.vrt machine: from books: Rod! Jewrlry.Tusrt drtks. pine any) cypress! lumber.

Earth Worm Shiners :CAHCIAaiaco S10. JTxprrl Repairs all make. $1.00 up. Brown, KInRt.hw rnnt'om' wldlh and temrttt.Cmvotcxl .
I Lake 5M-2MI.: : : Itchg noV rnjlroad C'I'OSSILC'
Fart!'! and'! AccMaorlei' for all *! '1a
CIIMIRUSH'S '! I" bVick, for welding I
7 vacuum. Built In Central vac s. plpn -
FOR SALE-2 Nxtroom frame '
712 N. chop rrnrlipmcnt.wrlclors.
uum systems.
(houts. 10 'inert1!' In city ):mlts '
Mutual I
etc. Lumber
M'In. (fliln"ivlli|" :371-7110/
of Slarke. Private
/ / CLASP KNVFI.OPKS.: : all Phono 9C4-7097. Make offer. ant Phone" OC4-7HOO.! Call .. --

....- nradford C'ou.ty TeU- U tD between 8:00: A.M. and 1:00: '
1IT".h.INTI:1t.. FOR fiALR: I
GULF STATION : .'>TATE MOBILE Homo SOD irtfh 4 Snwl. arm: equity IF WK: BONT HAVE' IT ;

moving In Fla. Cull UC4 !SIMM.tfchg. aM n. nmr> prcrnrri'if. GtoixJCbwUton we'll gel It tor y a. Oflto Bradford CoontyOAStmAMI T.1.JJTIIgtiir .
& TA KLE STORE Call M4-63M It
Bnpplle, Fnrnltare. E.-a. ..::
IN STARKE ON 301 ient.Tetagrapft.. Bracrena c..av "


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