Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00485
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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J 7 = t Funds I

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r A $197,884 shot in the

t... ) arm will be, given Brad-

r ford schools as a result of

ad valorem tax assess-

ment ratio studies which

last week reported the

Wishing county to be above the

I state average i in) assess-

the Northeast But it won't be an immediate
December windfall and will depend upon
Air & Water the state coming up with the
that extra monies in the face of
lagging receipts.
new home Major factors In the anticipated -
poultry wastes windfall is the fact that
Bradford tax ratio is above
the state average and the per
to have an cent margin.
blueprint made of "We'd pretty; well countedon
with plans for it," says Supt. Tom Casey -
facilities of the fact that Bradford's
a state permit. assessments were found to be
86 per cent of real sales val-
were told b) ues, above the statewide ave-
University of rage of 83 per cent accordIng -
extenslor to the ratio study by Howie
We join jolly old St. and Barry Bald- and Associates of Tampa. ,
: Casey Indicates he has been
; regulations were*,, _, hoping, ,,the ,funds would, come ...
wishing 6v enforced In Dado
I everyone, ; to Bradford County, and has,
areas for poul in fact, been counting on them
and cheer and : : at least 30,000
<" happiness good now broilers. It for the major portion of the
$213,000 building project under -
.. __ that the Air & at Bradford High
I 0, way
Control Board
School. It will allow the construction I
4)c might require larg without Indebtedness :

County expensive Inciner Casey points out.
those required b)
!; new home The School Board also has on
( ) ; order four new school buses to
Taxes strengthen Its much criticized
this possible con- transportation fleet, but for
al" the poul- which the Board has no funds
t } to ask Brad budgeted. Buses are a second ,
G1 i"t to hold off on Immediate source for the additional I
t I 1 1Px of the incinerator dollars.
it was deter-
YY According to a hurried com-
E what the Air & puter run at the State Department
Over two-thirds of Bradford, r Control Board of Education and distributed 1
County's 1970 tax roll has already 6 .F t In the way of to county superintendents
i w of dead birds and
been collected according Bradford will receive $55,438 ,
to Tax Collector J.R. Kel- in additional Minimum Foundation -
Baldwin Indicate
ly, by taxpayers shelling out funds.
early to get their four per cent !; service at th This portion of the windfall
discount. ; pursue the comes as a result of House
to reach a Bill 990 which gives extra funds
$633,000 was collected in November with the Air to counties paying taxes above
of a county; tax roll Pollution Control the state average but collecting
: ; -
which totals $1,022,066 for the ; at guidelines less that the state averageon
county and City; ,of Starke. In obtain- a student per capita basis.
That contrasts sharply with incinerator fa-
Bradford County!; for Instance -
1\\ the $16,000 collected In the r'
I I first two weeks of December. could cost pays more ad valorem
, To show how far collectionsfall It was pointed out. taxes than its share per mill,
, but produces at less than the
off In December Kelly at the meet state
says, only $23,000 was collected Sheriff's Depart average.
7K .!{ Every county is required to
the entire month of Decem- asked for
into the Minimum
put Foundation
ber In 1969.Biggest deputy, part of
Program four mills of
taxpayer In the county f would be to pa-
; Florida Gas Transmissions ; in an effort property; taxes. The formulaIn
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would MFP
In Brooker, paid$110,000 In 1970 grant
j taxes about 10 per cent of the This was the scene Thursday morning: at Lawtey after a train ( on Page Four) funds to Bradford based on
what four mills
I county; tax roll. Another big struck a 1966 Ford Falcon station' wajzrn. Impact sheared the car in If mUll should bring
a to
h taxpayer is Container Corp. of off at the firewall and I left wreckage strung 100 ,'ards down the nn' """'. '''r-'''". the state average in value.was up

1\ (Cont'd on Pg. 4)CEofcmCEtiet railroad. __ Bradford County draws $2-
Two dogs riding in (the car with Buddy Garner who'escaped 291,554 in MFP funds and contributes -

without ciitical injury were killed. Garnet wa!! tossed next to tug locally only $184,386
of that total.
l' (!fei depot at right above.Train. Second portion of the wind-

fall comes through the 1969
i nicknamed the Christian
Kicker for State Supt. of
Splinters & 1 Schools Floyd Christian. Brad-
e ford should receive $142,446
from this fund.
To share in this equalization

Car; Driver OKA fund assessing' a school maximum board must mills be

for operations, be above the
SANTA CLAUS state assessment ratio average,
Starke man Albert F. (Bud- rectly In Its right side. The shoulder two and the yield per mill from
dy) Garner, 58, Is In satis- vehicle was sliced off as with and multiple tax millage must be less than
Will Be Available To factory condition after a pas- a knife at the wall that divides ions and the statewide average.
Meet All ChildrenAt senger train splintered his car the Inside of the car of the accident he was The equalization program requires -
as it crossed the railroad on from the motor. The hood housing as In "serious but each county; to pay an
The SR-225 in Lawtey last Thursday Including front wheels motor cal" condition. He additional mill into the MFP
morning. and gear housing were ed at Bradford ; fund each year until the limitis
COMMUNITYSTATE "He must have been living left Intact. al and is described raised from the Present four
BANK right," said one bystander as Garner was tossed onto the isfactory condition mills to seven In 1974. Equalizing -
he viewed wreckage of the 1966 siding next to the depot about Two small dogs factor is that the state
Dec. 22 23, 24 Ford Falcon] Station wagon as 20 yards from where his car were killed by the will pay each county; additional
9 AM. to 2 P.M. It lay strewn 100 yards down was struck. He was consciousand bodies were left on $1.100 per teacher unit In MFP
the Seaboard Coastline tracks. talked to Deputy Sheriff of the track not : funds each year until 1974. I
Fact that Impact of the collision Dolph Reddish who was in Law- where their master

!::Jt (jeaaarattj[: \f apart and virtually"The blew Good the Lord"car tey the and accident across occured the street at when 9:10: on Garner SR-225 was; the train each The was old unit$1,050 MFP per, but unit this allocation year-

are what Florida Highway Patrolman a.m. Thursday, Dec. 17. ing south and I draws $2,150, up
mile from the crash. the 1100. Next year the county;
t"t'.4nk R.W. Pace, Investigating "lie was so bloody and san will draw $3.250 per teacher
officer, gives credit for dy and was laying on his sto- Witnesses stated unit, the next$4.350 per teacher
Gamer's Trooper ,
'- .......... The Silver living.Meteor passenger mach at so first that,I"didn't Reddish recognizehim said. drove up onto the their $1974 will draw the maximumS

7''A !! train rolls the path of the tratfi. Advanage e
through Lawtey at "Then he rolled over and spoketo )) ban school board
a.- '"_,.do.... full speed Trooper Pace says me and I recognized him."
and it struck Garner's car di- Garner has a fractured (Cont'd on Pg. (Continued on Pays> Four

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: More people like white meat thafs why more people buy W-D
./ Broad Breasted Turkeys. Especially developed to give more white ,
:' meat. Get extra white meat extra moistness, extra flavor. Get
;, W-D Broad Breasted Turkeys always Grade "A" Government D/ "-
,'t;. Inspected always your best buy. -" '

17 Lbs.
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STAMPS 10-14 C
ChridlnoeCendy :. 10 LBS. AND UPoooDlNAUne.7Y 39
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LB- ,0 "'.'Round Steak LB.99c >rm:If'. Sliced Bacon LB. 59c >:If'<'f Pork Roast LB. 59C

Turkey Roast ,LB. $ 69' Steakettes 2 PKG.LB: X158 Pork Chops .10 LB. 69CI Baking Hens LB.45C

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Cake Mixes 3 PKGS.: $1 Mallows '"sr' 25C Dill I I I St.I X '16-01.JAR 29CTHRIFTY Peanuts ..4$1


Beans4 CANS" $100 1 1SAVE Salad I Olives I BTL 39C Cookies _, 4 BOXES $100 1 1DEER Pumpkin . 15CFESTIVAL

., Peaches ,. "4 CANS":.J: $100THRIFTY j Cookies . 24o:; ;. 89C 'I Instant Coffee 1"R. *139 Fruit Cake T: : 89C


.4 CANS $100 Napkins 50-CT.- 33C Battery TWIN PACK 29C Chicken . 3'/.LB.CAN 99C
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MRS.SMITH'S ,10'01 $ Celery . STAllC IOc ICETopping CREAMSAVE
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w .63cPotatoes LB.15c
BANANAS LB.9C Egg Rolls . : 75c BAG
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Luncheon Given Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Weldon -
''' and family of Bushnell spent
For Attendants Friday to Sunday with Mrs. 1r
I 1 Gladys Weldon. I
Of Betsy Matthews

Miss Marla Moore of the
\ Mrs. H.C. Brown and Mrs. University of Virginia is home
1 1 r f l.M. Richard entertained at for the holidays. r ',pt

., a bridesmaids luncheon Satur-
:: day at the home of the latterIn Douglas Seymour of Tampa
Saratoga Heights. and Hallle Sevmour of Gainesville
The bride-to-be and her at- will be home for Chrtsti.
Moot/ Phone 964-7608 tendents sat at a long table mas. f
covered with a white outwork:
Society EdUor cloth and centered with an arrangement Mr. and Mrs. Billy Harrington -
.; of white chrysan- of Jacksonville and Mr. and

$? "' J1cI themums. Members of the fam- Mrs. Marion Harrington of Pal-
''qT 9tf. ily sat at another table cen- atka and daughters are spending -
tered with the same arrange- Christmas with Mr.. and
ment. Bridal place cards Mrs. C.N. Christy.Mr. .
marked the seating arrange-
ment for the 16 guests. and Mrs. T.B. HardingJr. ,
The hostesses presented Mist and family of Odenton, Md. ,' :
Matthews with a silver tidbit and Miss June Harding of Atlanta _
tray as a remembrance of the are home for the holi DON
ar occasion. days.
President President

Mr. and Mrs. Rube Beecherof Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds Starke Chrysler-Plymouth
Shower Given Lyons Ga. will be holiday
guests of their son-in-law and
For Miss
Spengler, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar

BrideelectMiss Shaw.
Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Barry haveas ,
Dorlsann Spengler, holiday guests Mr. and Mrs.
whose marriage to Joseph Bet- F.H. Kramer of Starke, Miss
tes will be an event of Dec. 27, Beverly Patterson of Miami,
was complimented at a linen Mr. and Mrs. John Pattersonof
shower last Thursday night given Cain, Pa., Mr. and Mrs.
by Mrs. Jerome Johns and W.N. Barry ST., W.N. BarryJr.
Mrs. John Torode at the homeof and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
the latter.A Barry and daughter' of New-
large arrangment of yellow berry. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson -
roses was used In the entrance win-
are remaining for the
way and Christmas decorations ter.
In the party roomsfor

the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. John Kopel-
Twenty-four guests were Invited ousos and children of Bir-
to call between the hours .
mingham, Ala. are spending r
eight and nine o'clock. the holidays with their par-
The hostesses presented the ents.
honoree with two sheet and

pillow case sets as a mementoof Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whlffen
the occasion. had as weekend guest her sis

ter. Miss Christy Joellenbeckof : "- 1''{ JIM LAWSON )yEsTON AL

Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. 3Oar Sales Manager R aLVAR
LE. Natt of Miami this week. '
Wedding PartyEntertained ga\et

Mr. and Mrs. M.W. O'Brtan -d. w w--- --._ ...,. .,._ ,...w
of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. John = '
Whelchel of Sanford and Mr.
KW '
I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner Observe Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Men and sonville Mrs.and Tom families Slade are of Jack-holi- : ; r'. 4 r y .SRS.

were hosts at a buffet supper of Mr. and Mrs.
day guests
Golden Wedding Anniversary Friday night Dec. 18, to mem- ?
TH. Slade and Mr. and Mrs.'
bers of the Meng-Matthews Charles Sawyer.
j j
wedding party following the re-
the guests were Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leon Con- Serving
ner were honored at their 50th Ida Shaw, Mrs. Paul Faulkner, hearsal. Mike Denton and Mike Red-
decorations, featurIng -
Wedding Anniversary with a Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Mrs. B. dish of Northeast Loulsana University -
reception from 3 to 5 o'clock M. McRae, Mrs. J.G. Jackson a large, lighted Christmastree Edward'arecreadon Monroe La. are home i
and Mrs. were used in St. iI
Mrs. Austin Fender, for the holidays. I
Sunday afternoon In recreation hall, where the party I
hall of the Pine Level Fate Brown, asslsed by grand-
Conners. was held. Gifts for he wedding Mr. and Mrs. John Adamsof
Baptist Church. daughters of L j.; ;
attendants were placed under
guests Athens Ga. Christmaseve
Hosts on this occasion were Among the out-of-town are \ k
Syd Andrews, Talla- the tree. guests of Dr. and Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Conner of were 1
The buffet table covered
Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs.Glen hassee; Loran Conner, Atlanta was H.H. Adams while enroute to
with a white cloth, and was :
Ga. Mr. and Mrs. O. Mor- Miami for the holidays.
Conner, Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. ; and Mrs. Ed centered with a Christmas arrangement \
Gene Peterson, Lake City; and gan, Ruskin; Mr.
and burning red ta- JIM JOHNSON
Mrs. Lucille Eddy, Starke. demons, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin LAWRENCE MOSLEY !1p
The honor couple received J.W. Upchurch, Jacksonville. pers. and daughter, Cheryl, of Ar- Service Manager Parts Manager
About 50 guests attended including ; Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds
cadia and Cadet Godwinof
Jimmy ,
In front of Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds y
guests standing an yw
the honor guests, MisrBetsy i1
West Point are spendingthe 1r.
arch fashioned of gold-sprayed
leaves and centered Schaefer To Sere Matthews, and William holidays here with friends t-.--- -
magnolia ,
Meng, members of the wedding and relatives.
with a flower arrangment On :National l.aAnd party, and members of the :
"&0" The refreshment table immediate families. DON AND MAC JOIN HANDS r a''
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons .
held an arrangement of yellow Order Committee ,
of Miami were last Friday overnight 1
and white 1M
roses mums. YOU
Mrs. Conner wore a gold Birthday Party Given guests of Dr. and Mrs. / TO WISH ALL OF I

lame' suit, complemented with Past Department of Florida For Sandra BennettMrs. H.H. Adams.FA. FROM ALL OF US AT f''

a yellow orchid presented by her Sergeant-at-Arms Charles Michael E. Rhoden, bro- 1
children, who also gave the Schaefer of American Legion ther of SR. Howard P. Rhoden,
Oldsq }
couple a color television, and Post 56, has been named by H.W. Bennett, of Law- both stationed with the NavyIn Baldwin Chevrolet -
entertained for her daughter -
presented Mrs. Conner with a National Commander Alfred tey, San Diego, Calif., are enjoying -
"grandmother ring" representing Chamle to serve on the National Nancy, on her eighth birth- Christmas leave with I
the birth months of all Law and Order Committee, day anniversary with a partyat ; their brother, David, sister, 1' f
of their children and grand- following a meeting In American the skating rink In folks Lawtey.had Nancy, and parents Mr. and :)1t,
children.Jacksonville. Legion National Headquarters After the young Mrs. Earl Rhoden of the State i:
In Indianapolis Ind. enjoyed skating for a Farm. After January, Howard I
"Schaefer was one of 723 the birthday cake, topped with will be stationed In Memphis, ANNETTE KITCHENS Starke Chrysler Plymouth JOAN STARLING
eight candles, was presentedand Clerk
Florida Legionnaires recom- Tenn. Michael Is awaiting a Office Manager
with other refresh- f
served Baldwin Chevrolet-Olde
mended to serve on various medical discharge from the Na- Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds
commissions and councils ments to the 15 guests. ;
national vy. The Rhoden family Is also
," Post Commander Bill Out of town guests Included of looking forward to a wonderful A VERY '___b_._ -."' -
Sandra Darley
Scoggins said. Maria and Christmas visit from Mr.Rho- i iI
Business Starke. den's mother. Mrs. Marie Rho

den of Augusta, Ga.
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? Mr. and Mrs. William H. I
Auto Sales and Service Your Friend; aid (Willie) Morgan will celebrate

I +Ye i(.labor their Golden Wedding Anniversary -
Parrish MotorsSALES with a reception given by M
their children from 2 to 5
o'clock Sunday, Dec. 27, In the
Masonic Lodge on West Call

PARTS All friends and relatives are
invited to attend.
Always Good Vied Cars Technician cianBaldwin

tU Laura St. Ph. 355(54 FHA Installs Chevrolet-Olds Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds


Future Homemakers of
PEAVY Brothers
America held an installation
'' service for their club officerson
Electric Co. ;;
For Thursday, Dec. 17.
Electric MotorsSold Those Installed at this time
President Rode Rod-
were: c.
Serviced Repaired rigue; Secretary, Sharon El- Lr
Generators Starters Armature -n- mSt S. land; Treasurer, Terri Kite; A' + lr
Rewinding. .. Historian and Parliamen-
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 tarian, Karen Garst The Vice
I President, Toni Whltt, was absent
at this time.
PIANOS 14 ((1z Reg. 2.29 After the ceremony, refreshments ;. r

YAMAHA PIANOS PECAN LOG ROLL 1.99 Last were Saturday served.the FHA had a I ,
CONN and KIMBALL Christmas bake sale and holi- 1
ORGANS --- day decorations sale from which
1 12 Oz. Can Re*. L49NUTCO $21 was earned for their trip DICKEY WESTFALL BOBBY WRIGHT BOBBY CHESSEB
to Clearwater In April. Body Shop Manager Service Depi Helper
CRUNCH 1.29 Baldwin Technician Chevrolet-Olds Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds

BIC PENS. Ball Point IUf

Novelties Souvenirs .. Bradford County Tslagraph.
Toys .



ORGANS & Short Slee\e Value 7.50-8.50
Published every Thursday
Roosevelt Mall-M8-8319 ,
nt Its W. Call Street
""", HOLIDAY SPECIAL 2.49-4.99
Starke Florida 32091 I
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Second class postage paidat

LITTLE DUDE Starke. Florida

Subscription Rates:

Western Store Stuckey'sli.S. la trade area $3.00 per \

yew; IZ.75 six month .. \r' W. ,..,
Western Clothing. Leatner Outside trade area: 15.50 EUGENE SMITH JR. JERRY REDDING T. H. BICHAM MIKE RHODEN STEVE THOMAS

good, addle* Sharon and TraUer Petty ) 301 I North Phone! 964-5044 per year] 13.00 alx month Used Car Recond. M Charles Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds Strake Chrysler-Plymouth Strake Chryiler.Plymoiith Strake Chryaler-PlymonUi! Baldwin Chevrolet-Olde
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::" .r ires, To Be Taxes. School Bigham. CHRISTMAS

::' Closed Saturday (Continue! from Pace One) Money. (Continued from Page One) CACTI Needs r- #- -- V

It America which has paid In 942
t:f Brian Hamilton, Chairman 000 so far.Container ,- (Continued from Page One had exhausted his appeals.They ,
Retail Merchants Division of SpecIalTreatment .". I.
( the Starke-Bradford County and Bradford m- is that these Christian equali 'asked the court to note thatBigham's .
1.\ ty are currently still InvolvedIn ashen are current expense conviction had been
( Chamber of Commerce said today a five-year dispute over the funds, not earmarked. affirmed by the V.$. 5th Circuit
: the following businesses assessment otdmberlands.Thecounty Current Court of Appeals, and that
gain in equalizationfunds.
, will be closed Saturday, DecI -
review had been denied by the
to be
I appears winning Casey says, is the difference -
ember 26.Stumps'. .
far with 1965 U.S. Supreme Court. Some people enjoy growing ,
&GIft so a cue going on the fifth, sixth and
Leila's Dress Sears all the way to the Florida Supreme seventh mills the state says The latest delay was granted the Thanksgiving and Christmas
Shop Eagle-DeVane, Auto Court with Tax Assessor Bradford County; would earn at to give the three-judge pan- cacti. These two plants "
Merchant Store, Western Flowers Gene La)?. timber land the state average and the amount el time to study argumentsfiled add beauty; during the holiday .. ,,
Associate: Store, Nancy's Company -- values being upheld all the way, the county; actually would. in the case concerning fur season to any home. Some peole ,

Denmark Furniture Company but Container Is presently. put in in 1974 at its current ther appeal efforts. have excellentluck with these "
Badcock Furniture Co.- testing 1968 119,. and 70 taxesIn dollar production per mill. Bigham had been slated to plants, but many people do not '.- ,
I Starke Hardware the surrender at the U.S. Mar- realize that extremely bright .BRUCE .
Eighth District CL cult According to Supt. Casey, the : :'
I Builders Hardward & Supply, Court. county; won't get the increased shall's office In the Northern light will reduce the flowering MARC U 1 ::0 :
I Starke Builders Supply, Taxes paid In December may MFP funds in a lump sum. District of Florida, at Pensa- of these two plants. Do not I
\ Bulllngton's Studio & Gift Sop' be discounted three per cent, but the $197.884 will be>given cola, at noon Friday, Dec. 18, over. water the holiday cacti.
Southern Dtscount.poultry those paid in January are duea through an increase In the to start serving his concur- This causes a soft sllmey rot
two per cent discount;in Feb- monthly MFP allocations madeto rent terms in the U.S. PrI- to develop at the soil level

ruary a one per cent discount. each county.; Whether the son at Eglln Air Force Base. causing further reduction of 4
This is the minimum flowers and loss of the plant.A '.
No discount Is given in March county; receives all of the equalization security '.
and taxes are delinquent and fund increase depends prison where Florida financier soluble fertilizer applied once
(Continued: ) from Page One) Lou Wolfson every three weeks will promote
penalties are charged after April on state tax collections. served a "
term following conviction good growth and many flowers. "
of dead LThe Revenue receipts are running on
birds to prevent and other dumping wastes. This county's, total tax roll behind estimates and the Legis- charges of selling unregisteredstock. Keep In a cool room where "..,

practice still continues, how- is $924,176 and the City of lature figured$7 million was the there is little light from early i
and Starke's Is $97,890. maximum amount the state Bigham will remain free under sunrise until sundown.The cac- w
a spokesman j
the ever poultrymen requested that Of Florida Gas, Collector would have to come up with $20,000 bond during the ti for the holiday season are ::
ten-day stay, or until the three- light responsive much like the ..
more attention be given to this Kelly says "They're the biggesttaxpayer after the ratio study. ,
in the county; and very judge panel rules on the arguments polnsettias.
dumping problem.
State RepresentativeelectWayne pleasant to deal with. But the formula included in filed by his attorneys. Many people ask the question
Hollingsworth and Sen. HB-990 produced over $13.6 The case is reported to have about mums or potted chrysan- !

Bob Saunders were guests at million in additional revenue taken on new public Interestin themums as to their ability to
the meeting. Crime Rate Up for 16 Florida counties. recent weeks with the filing grow outside. Mostnurserymenwill ,

The next meeting will be held In Jacksonville Duval was the biggest win- in federal courts of a num- tell you that these plants
the second Tuesday In February. ner In the state since its assessments from of letters and petitions if properly cared for and given g1'c Q Pt ;
And NationwideCrime public officials and citizens -
were figured by the right cultural practices can
Howie to be at 96 per cent In the area.Jacksonville produce flowers next year. Asa
of real value. Duval is due Federal court rule a pot of chrysanthemumswill
In the U.S., as mea-
officials, however, have declined
FBI Increased over $6 million in additional contain 6 to 8 plants. When
sured the index. -
., funds. Hlllsborough Is due $3.1 to divulge Information the flowers have flnishec:
cent duringthe
ten per concerning content of the communication .
million. blooming clip off the stems
first nine months of 1970,
(Continued from Page One) with the Other counties, however, will until action in the to a height of 4 inches. :sepa-
as in
lose state funds. According to case finalized. rate the individual plants and
in 1969.
: see also state the driver made period the preliminary figures, Plnel- State set them in a well preparedbed
no attempt to stop the car. While the overall Increasein las County; will lose $1.5 million Banks of halt peat and half sand.
Lights at the railroad were violent crimes was ten percent and Palm Beach $L3 mil Your individual plants will then
working properly, bells were robbery was up 15 per lion. Report AssetsOf begin to grow and produce new
It's favorite of when have
ringing,'and the train horn was cent, milder 9 per cent, aggravated Contrary to what had been shoots for next year's flowers. our time year we
blowing, Trooper Pace said assault 7 per cent predicted before the ratio stu- $5 BillionFlorida's Take advantage of someone'sgift
There are no cross bars at and forcible rape 2 per cent. dy was completed, the state's to you and have flowers the opportunity of wishing
the crossing. However, some Jacksonville shared in the small counties on the whole 280 state banks pos- blooming at the next holiday '
cross bars were laying on the increase with 72 muders, 230 are making a better effort In ted asserts of more than $5 season. all our good friends a very merry Christmas)

: ground In back of the depot. forcible rapes, 1,097 robberiesor Tax paying; than some of the billion for the Fall call period Roses are in full growth now.
;I. Garner Is owner and operator breaking and entering 1- larger counties, such as PIn- which ended October 28. The cool weather brings on ,
I of the Sleepy Hollow MotelIn 717 aggravated assault, 8,551 nellas and Palm Beach. The $5,067,813,000 "repre larger size flowers and less '

Starke burglaries, 5,028 larceny over Supt. Casey said he has beer sents an increase In assets for problems with Insects accordIng rJackson Building Supply W j .
told at state banks of more than half
$50, and 2,212 auto thefts In superintendent's confer- to the FNGA. Your local :
( : ences that if the small a billion dollars over figures
1970 January though sept- coun- Extension Office now
ember). ties, like Bradford, would get reported a year ago," sayt has County a; new publication on Insect m' i Of Starke, Florida, Inc. ?t L {; ,'
Comptroller Fred O. (Bud Die- !
on the ball education funding of At thereor

i! .......;..c..>.>..........;..:-.>.>.>.>.;>.;o...:!.:!.=...... :._"..._-- ., statewide under the MFP wouldbe klnson, Jr. pests this roses.Is available r
-: the Comptroller: who also I
improved. It gave him much the asking. Check
satisfaction Casey Indicated serves as the State Banking
'i. when the ratio study showed Commissioner, said 21 new with your local nurseryman or Peddler's
for the Local
dealer "Your
Serving Florida Bradford to be producing above banks were chartered duringthe garden supply
best chemicals to use in controlling
Since 1950 : state average. The Bradford past 12 months bringingthe and diseases I
winter pests -
superintendent made a trip to total number of state bank- Home Center"ta '

u K e'iorida N I1'i greeting Service, ffnd the new courthouse to congra- ing institutions, Including Industrial on roses. L
savings banks, to 283.
Iti tulate Assessor Gene Long or The winter months bring 01
{ .. a Job well done. Bank deposits continued to A- ED LOWMANR
------ many red spider problems. .{
show an Increase, climbing '
zaleas and citrus both are
from $4, 051,688,000 to $4-
{ 3rd Phase Of Dave susceptible to this Insect.
I 111r3. Carolyn ; Cordially s Hunting Open Dec. 19Florida's Florida has 18 state banks
Eaves with assets totaling more than
Representative Welcomes $50 million. An additional 32
third phase dove banks have assets between $30
Ph. 964-5812 You and Your. + hunting season opened at noon Million'and $50 million; 59

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your on Saturday, December 19. banks have assets ranftlngfroir 'I .
: Starke New Home .Hunting of the migratory $15 million to $30 million; 123 t ,
dove will continue
(: banks show assets between $5
: with daily hunting through Jan-
h million and $15 million, and ,
y:), uary 11. 48 banks list assets below $5 .'
:; 'i( ::;:;:'Xm' ::;: =$: "
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Given Certificates Community /
The Cam and Frvdi"Water. Promote SafetyIn '
shooting fee of $2
Fish Commission's Oluste and permits will charged, Thirty-two directors of tht 41 I r I
dow field will be open to hunting the field. be availableat CUBB Economic Agency received HuntingThe
'! Wednesday Dec. M;hiring certificates of appreciation
.;' The bag limit of doves Is 18 News
the third phase of the 1970.71' per day with shooting hours at the fourth annual meetIng Florida Came and Fresh
dove Mason. Observations by from 12 noon until sunset.Maps of the agency on December Water Fish Commission is Interested -
game management personnel and regulations 14 in the Bradford County In hunting both as a ""
indicate birds are present in tee field are available for the at Olus-the Civil Defense building. recreational opportunity and as By Elizabeth Given,, Walker Sav reI ;

the to allow field good in sufficient shooting.\ numbers flee.Commission's Lake City; of The presentations were made a wildlife managment operation. Ebenezer Baptist Church service at 11. she Presiding 'e lDUYS1I
The Oluatee field is located by C.F. Holmes president of The Commission Is also Interested Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. BIble Elder will be the fourth Sun-
i It is nntair to make Jokes the directors who expressed In promoting hunting study each Monday at 7:30 day, Dec. 27. All boards are
: approximately 12 miles east of about women for -Urne and shooting as safe sports .
driven who appreciation the and Prayer meeting each Thurs- asked to make their written rs
;, Lake City on U.S. SO.,A dally rent any worse than men energy contributed to help low- According to Commission Director day night at 7:30. Sunday School: reports. Evening service at 6. _
pushing supermarket cart*. income citizens in the four-. Dr. O.E. Frye firearm each Sunday morning at 9:45:
accidents can be prevented,and
county area Greater Bethlehem Free Will
proper training In the safe Baptist Church. Monday Tuesday ''
(free Estimates. Nelson RIos director of the use of guns can be Instrumental rehearsal for Christmas EAGLE
Satisl'acUontGuar.nteed agency in turn, presented a in greatly reducing the number Program. The Christmas Pro- DR. D. W. WHIFFENOPTOMETRIST
t certificate to Mr. Holmes. of accidents in Florida. gram will be Wednesday night. POCKET RADIOS
The Commission coordinatesa Thursday night ladies circle. _
Cuests speaker at the meet- program of hunter safety Friday night prayer band. Saturday Announces, he is now In
STANLEY LYONS ing was Chuck Bates, executive training and certifies students dinners will be sold from his new offices. Includes, Earphone, batteries
directors of the North Florida who pass the safety training the kitchen. Next Sunday wit and carrying case.
Contract PaintingMACCLENNY. f Manpower Economic Devel- program. be Youth Day. Watch the paper Located At
opment Alliance composed of For Information and addresses for the New Year's Act. SAVE 1.2O
FLORIDAP. the North Florida Manpowerand of certified training ivity. 207 S. Walnut Street APR56
Economic Development Alliance instructors write Hunter Safety Greater Allen Chapel Church Phone 964.6311
O. Bo 31 composed of eight com- Training, Game and Rev. C.E. Jenkins,pastor. Starke, Fla.FAMILY .
Plume.. ::!i<) "Oft) I munity action agencies includ- Fresh Water Fish Commission Sunday school 10. Morning
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Junior ."... .. .. ...., MACCLENNY-Jerome 2-1-5,

eager rolled pact came Baker from County behind; 56-51 and;, 3-9 BRADFORD-A.8-0-16 B. Johns, A.1-0-2 Berry Williams V.4-3-11 Barber 3--, Thomas Chandelle 0-1-1 2-3-7., Hosea Carson 3-4-10 8-0-8, ;.:
Vincent 8-1-13, :
U'r for their second straight vic- Rhoden 1-0-2 I
# C. ROterd 1-2-4, W. Newsome Randel 1-1-2 Greg 215. Totals
tory Friday night in Macclenny. 201656.4-3-11, Golden 033. Totals: : 20-11-51.

The win evened the Baby Reds' -
record at 2.2.Bradford .
came from behind 301 DRIVEINShow
and tied the game 25-25 on a
basket by Able Williams with
37 seconds left In the half. Begins At Sundown
Then with two seconds remaining .:
Williams hit for two more, I -
to put the Baby Tornado's a- Open every Night D.c. 25 thru Jan. 4 :
head 27-25 at the half.
Fri., Sat... December 25, 26
I From then on, Bradford was i
l never behind as Vernon Barber -
I connected for 10 points alone Come see how thevampires do it.
I In the first four minutes of :
I the third quarter, while Mac- :. B GokMi Mnw,r.wn.
clenny was held to but two. m AD.nCurphod.Inr

r I I At the end of the third quar- DouM.tro
ter, Bradford led 46-37. Rho- .
den Clandelle of Macclenny
I scored one basket for the BIDE r. U
I JV team as he shot into the
wrong basket. uni
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In the fourth quarer Bradford .
I employed a ball control
I offense, but Macclenny rallied MGM .
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due to key turnovers and as -
Bradford had a general defensive -
I letdown. Macclenny's rally Willie Newsome's razzle-dazzle ball hand- ....Plu.--
I fell short, however as Bradfor ling was a large-factor In keeping Baker Coun-
56.51.Bradford ,.
t won ty B-Squad at bay after BHS had built a lead MlM m,
l had three men In Friday 56-51. DAVID t tEMpotpunlaa6oIuFtt5e tJ
night, finally winning
louble figures. The Tornadoeswere ,
I, led by Vernon Barber "Newsome handles the ball as well as any in inSun.
who scored 16, followed by Al- sophomore we'll face" says Coach Jim Dun- / !!
l phonson Berry's 11 and WillieNt.wlOme's
!. 11.
by The Rulse host Vincent's Wildcats 13 were points led can.Baker ., Mon., Tu.t., Wed. D.c. 27, 23, 29, 30: '.:

and Belford Hosea's 10.
Stops 70tH''' CIN''O'"WN'I"

To all our friends, sincere wishes fora Bradford hit 50 per cent of \\&vne
their free throws and had 48 Rock
holiday filled with all of the rebounds, 18 of which were Hudson

wonderful things that are a part of nabbed really up by off Williams the floor,"He" Coach was BHS 7358A the Undefeated -'
Jim Duncan said of his six-
ft*oem' ,
the holiday PANAVI'ON'' coto
season. foot tall center.

19-polnt surge In the last Ellis, however, was the Baker ... Plus ...
"We hustled extremely well of the second and first of the sparkplug, scoring 18 points
Coach Duncan said, "And we third periods gave Baker Coun- high for the night. He could
Florida Hydrocarbons Company played like we enjoyed It. ty's Wildcat basketballers a move, shoot, and rebound. The bizarre world youmetlWPlanetOfTheApes'wasonlythe

4 'We got a big lead and tried 73-58 Tornadoes win over the Bradford in The Tornadoes had four men' b8 lnnln ...WHAT LIES BENEATH MAY BE THE END)
to maintain our composure and Friday night in double figures. McKinney led,
Florida Gas Transmission Company build on the lead, but we let Macclenny.A the BHS five with 17 points.;,
down on defense." Dnan Jnhrm CAme on In the
long dry period, like the final three periods.! of hit for{!
COMPRESSOR STATION 16 The JV team played some weather they've been experiencing 14 points, and Jimmy Ricks
treat defense at times and turned a good first half and Tim Murphey had 10 each. g.
forked the ball in well, the effort by the Tornadoes Intoa Baker had three men In dou-
I roach said. shambles and sent them to ble figures. Willie K. Jackson
their fourth straightdefeat.Baker had 13 points and big Meiken t

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t Willie Ellis Baker's No. 20. consistently "With SixYou
out leaped Bradford's varsity oagers Fri-
STAGGQuart j Lord Calvert VODKA day night and along with his 18 points high WALSH' Get Eggroll"C.I.

for the game, largely helped the Wildcats to A Real l Wratern .
Dthjxt Filmed in' Panavition*
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$4.98 Quart $4.49CRAWFORD'S lopsided A CINEMA CENTER filMS PRESINTATION A Cln....C.nlr Film.Prnvntationion. .

$4.98 The Tornadoes led only once, :Opt
Fifth. $4.19 briefly, In the second period, 70z '
but made a ball game out of
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SCOTCH SEAGRAM'S GIN of Ricks two and sophomoresJimmy Dan McKlnney. The 666 a film about him.
I'i BHS youngsters worked their tare

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CALVERT QUART $5.59- :AH Liquors Greatly ASK ABOUT OUR then 29-29 put with BHS two up 31-29 free throws with a GLOVER t. iii

I I EXTRA FIFTH $4.59 Reduced During Holiday I PRICES ON CASE LOTS running But just lay-up.when It looked as If ELECTRIC .... .i::: i =i

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make a game *;,: it. the long, I/
LIVE Every Friday and Saturday Night dry spell set In. When It ended ServiceWIRINGHEATING 1j
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UNTIL 2:00 A.M.
9 P.M. .
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County Hospital are Candystripers (l-r): Pauline Peterson, Debbie
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Carol McKinney, Harriet Faulkner, Blanche Peterson, Jennifer Haas, Siy*
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Aida Relief Work men and equipment For Wm. D. JonesIn a....
from the U.S. to Dacca, PakI- tiV :
:In Pakistan stan's capital.Helicopters JacksonvilleFuneral -I-

UJS.; Air Force Airman First needed for relief were efforts critically because l services for William II

Class Luther B. Williams, son of the watery, coastal Doutt Jones 60, were b, ..' I
Of Mrs H.M. Williams. Starke, nature of the disaster area. held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. "
baa returned 17, In Hardage & Sons River-
to his home station According to Airman Williams,
at Warner Robins AFB, the Army crews had the first side Funeral Home followedby
Ga., after participating In U.S. helicopter flying within minutes Interment In Riverside Me- CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS
disaster relief activities to East after its arrival. morial Park. CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Pakistan, devastated by a cyclone Mr. Jones was a native of Sunday School 9:45 Morn- BAPTIST MISSION CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn-
Bradford County and had lived a.m. U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Ing
and tidal Worship, 11
waves. Worship II Youth Ser- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; a.m. Youth
Airman Williams is assignedto in Jacksonville for the past 40 -ig a.m. tee Freez Drive In, Sunday and Communion Sunday School, 10 a.m.; MornIng Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice
the 58th Military Airlift years, where he was a mem- 'vice 6:00p.m. Cvening.yorsmp! School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Morning Worship Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Wednesday 8 p.m. -
loadmaster Squadron at Robins.He .p.m.1'hursoqy. vice 11 and 7 Prayer Service, a.m. Evening ser- Worship, 7:30: Prayer
i ber of the court reporting! firm a.m. p.m. p.m.; -Rev. Robert D. Burch
vices 6.Wednesday
CommandC-141 Is a 1969 graduate of of Jones, fowling and Noel. He \ night Prayer-Meet Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.
I Military Airlift Bradford High School. 1:30 p.m. Worship service -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
died Dec. 15 In
Tuesday, a
Starllfter aircraft use to 7 Minister Jack P. Bell.
I p"dn- day.Leroy
Jacksonville hospital after an 'Ivy Luke Olive, pastor, E.L p.m. Highway S-100 A, Starke (Grif-

Illness of several months. He SMYRNA MISSIONARY Griffis, associate pastor. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL fis Loop).
NiS ., tt .'; Sunday9:45 Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morning
rtett'll +x 1. was a member of the Avon- BAPTIST CHURCH : a.m. Sunday
dale Methodist Church and a 633 W. Pratt St. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH HAMPTON CHRISTIAN CHURCIP School, II a.m., Morning Worship Worship at II. Training Union,
Sunday ser- BROOKER Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning 6 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
Navy veteran of World War vices p.m. Training Union
Sunday School 10 ,
II. : a.m Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- Worship, 11 a.m. Evening 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wed

KNOW YOUR n i Mr. Jones was a nephew of Union Preaching, 5:45: 11 p.m.a.m.Evening Tralnlni Wor ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Worship, -James Shaw, pas Wednesday-: PrayerSer- nesday, 7:30.Rev.: Don R.

Mrs. W.E. Middleton, of ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. 'p.m.' Training Union, 6 p.m.- tor. vices. Drawdy Pastor.

Starke. He Is survived by Ms :Elder A.G. Flvnn, pastor ?)tev. Lacy Couway pastor.. -Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST

| FURNITURE a widow, Mrs. Ruth Jones; his BROOKER Sunday School, 9:30: ; Training
:. mother, Mrs. Mae Jones; two CHURCH OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 Morning Wor-
daughters, Anita and Stephanie OF PROPHECY, BROOKER 422 N. St. ClaIr St., Starke. BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH : ajn.j;
By BILL, WILSON j- ; and two sons, Michael and Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; 7:30 ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30
Prayer Meeting
JIt { Will, all of Jacksonville; anda Worship, II a.m.Young Peo Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. day School 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship, II a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.: p.m.;
OVERSIZE BED : Kidd tol, Superintendent. Training ning Worship, 7p.m.;Wed.Prayer -
half-sister Mrs. Lucille Po- ple's Service 6 p.m. Evangelistic -Rev. YW pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West.
lach, Chicago, 1111. Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- 6:45: p.m. Lowell l Doug- Meeting and Bible Study, 7
SLEEPS TWENTY 7:30 las, Director. Worship Services' p.m. Study on Book of Psalms.
day Prayer Meeting
GREATER BETHLEHEM Come and worship with us. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH music 11 a.m.director., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. Prevail, pastor. Everyone: Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -

r FREE WILL BAPTIST -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Welcome. Worship, 11 a.m. Training
An oversize bed that sleeps twenty people? Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship

: No one ever heard of such a tiling with a g Rev. Jasper Williams,pastor. GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
the of William Shakespeare, who 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .
The Christmas will
program WILL BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School,
r back in the Elizabethan referred to the Parker, pastor.
era be held Wednesday night. Dec. School
Sunday 9:45: a.m.Morn- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45
"Great Bed of Ware where twenty people 23. Come enjoy this program Con Ash & Chestnut. Sunday EVERGREEN BAPTIST Ing Worship, 11. Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH:

; ;t can sleep com ortably.. with us. Watch Night meeting School, 9:30; Morning Worship, Highway 125 Northwest Law- 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
will be held New Year's night 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service, toy: Sunday School, 10a.m.Morn- Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: P.m. Ing Worship, 11. Training Union,
.fi"' Watch this column for more 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams ing Worship. 11:15. Sunday Night -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.
about this The church
Of course Shakespeare may have exagger: program. pastor Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
ated. Furniture in those days was grandly wishes everyone a happy Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m.Rev..
'. : Christmas. Let us try to stay CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
,ot scaled to fit massive rooms; maybe he rdidn't :/ alive. FIRST UNITED METHODIST Albert Knight, pastor LATTER DAY SAINTS
1 at all. Perhaps our modern .'?i.l HOPE; BAPTtST.CHUR.CH
exaggerate: STARKE 1404 E, Bessent Road
School 10 Morn-
Highway tuO at Theressa) ounday a.m.
l:' oversize bed isn't so modern as we ( Sunday School 9:45; Morning LAURA BAPTIST CHtlRCH SundayPriesthood 8:30 a.m. Sunday School- a.m., Morn- ing Worship, 11 a.m. Pre-
.c think. I:, CHRISTIAN Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School, 9:45: ,<, a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra ing Worship- Services (Booster Band, Young
a.m. Training
I 'jMt DIMENSION"NO MYF groups 6 p.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.ml:; Evening ment, 6 p.m. Union6:30 p.m.; Evening; Wor- People, and Prayer Service), S
to WednesdayYouth Choir Ren.prsal Worship, 7:30 pm.; Midweek MondayMia 7:30: p.m. ship7:15: p.m.WeclnesdlY p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
Gil U y. 7pm. Prayer Meeting, Bible Study, Wednesday, TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. Night Prayer Ser- Midweek Service, Wednesday
1 ROOM IN TIlE HEART"It 7:3 Chancel Choir Rehearsal. 7:30: p.m. WednesdayRelief Society,
.R vices7:30: ( p.m. Rev. Merle 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland
7:45. Be In church Sunday. 7:30 .
: p.m.Jesse Packham, pastor. Pastor.
was in the fullness of time Rev. < W. B. Mercer pastor D. Branson, Branch

r Mt t Mu.lv bod l with flupo 1 J.1:: f J that God sent His Son Into the -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. President..
... lost mankind.Not .
und curtain to 1 world to redeem --------- ----------- -- ---- ---------
- - - - -
k.cp out drftfui even the fullness of the LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL r----- I
time could suffice to providea HOLINESS CHURCH r ti

' e royal reception from all men. Sunday School 9:45: a jn.;Mor- 1 f fI

: J i?f, ( Yt I The devil great saw to Joy that.that The came exceeding ning Service Worship 6 p.m.;11 Evening a.m.; Youth Wor- STAR :

to Zacharias and Elisabeth and ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. I !I II
to Mary and Joseph was Prayer Meeting 7:30
strangely mingled with sorrow I I
and suffering. Added to the p.m.Rev.
W.B. Chauncey,pastor.
misunderstanding, false accusation 1 1

11 and Joseph, and contempt must have that facedIn Mary NORTHSIDE CHURCH BAPTIST 1 I "Now when Jesus IDa born in Bethlehem' of Judaea In ,the r !jyI ;1- I 1

1! Boctcocfei Nazareth was the fact that :
Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ;
(i the Son of God was born in Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- days of Herod the King behold, there came wise men from ,
such lowly surroundings as an
ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training 1 1
have found.
outcast might
Union, 7:30.: the east to Jerusalem saying Where Is he (hat f is born King!
There was probably no par- 1 .
APPLIANCES, ThursdayTeachers and Of- \.
ticularly rude attitude on the ficers Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer 1 of f the Jews for we haue seen bit slur' ,(fn the east and are I ,
; .. ; part of the Innkeeper. lie simPlY Meeting 7:30.Edward: ...
", ('i"i I.rhla' Pant' n.ri., ,' h., I ,. 1i'-1 ,7 had no room left. He could C. Harvey, pastor.ST. 1 to hfm.T 1
:;j .. fl"',( "" not have guessed that this child ;
'=' JP.o-: :1b;!.; ;7" ;ISW.J.6'. .!:\: ..'.; "";'TIJr.I'NW.:1W' : A I I was the long-expected MessiahIn .1. ,
fact, the Lord. Busy lives MARK'S EPISCOPAL
find It easy to toss aside spir- CHURCH, STARK p !' Yes, they had a .tar...Today we have churches to guide u* 1

itual Information! and appeals.The Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd ,
fact that the Messiah was 'sundays, II a.m. Morning Prayer 1 to our Saviour. Come worship the Lord in his house I II

born in a stable because there ? 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m.
GAINESVILLE was no room in the inn was *i->John M. Flynn, Rector. 1

of small Importance as com- 1
pared with the fact that there
was no room for Christ In the PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL I 1I" 1f ,
Business Directory hearts of many people. The METHODIST CHURCH
high and mighty had their opportunity Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser-
; to learn of this supreme
event and come to vice 6 p.m. Evening worship,

GARDEN SUPPLIESJohnson see and worship but they were 7:30 p.m Tuesday night Prayer -
UTO SALES I too frightened to risk Herod's Meeting, 7:30 p.m.
V' wrath by following the Wise Rev. Neal Starling, pastor "

BRASINGTONCADILLAC & Faris, Inc. Men when they camo worship
the newborn King. The lust AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH i

OLDSMOBILE SEEDS: PLANTS for fame and power and the Sunday School, 10a.m.;MornIng -

SALES SERVICEFine ,Insecticide- Pet SupplleiFERTILIZERS greed for profit also helpedto Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening ..
Selection of Used Can crowd out thoughts of spir- Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer -
itual opportunity and obligation.The Meeting and Bible Study,
Taken Oa Cadillac Trades We Rent Fertilizer Spreader bloody slaughter of the 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet. r I r i,>R'"'
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-1301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-047t infants of Bethlehem must have ing every Monday, 7 p.m. I S re I II

killed any expectation of fur- G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone 1 ::7 -

GLASS_ ther developments from the Welcome.ST. ,
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA strange announcement the Wise I
Men had brought. Ihi(Church It Cod oppoinlld oginiy In this world'for tpnading, Ihi rnowlldgi( ol Nil Ion pa\,1911 rI {}.

LIDDELL The opportunity for those in EDWARD'S CATHOLIC i lor' man and ol Hit demand lot man to", pond la(hot lava by loving hiss'ghbor,Without, !!:
the capital to learn in dramatic CHURCHSTARJ this gioutiding, in tht I... ol God no govirnmint or totnty or way of lift will, longpiiuvirt ,w; g

4 wheel drive and esr Glass Company"Glass fashion from the Wise Men Father James Cregan, pastor. I r.4 and tht ".,dom,which wi Hold to door will, miiilobly" pinih !Ihinlort. ivin :i.:

Sales Parts Service came some six weeks or more Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday I 'ham a lillith point' ol yaw. ont. thould supped' Ihi hush lax thl take ol' 'Ihi irillort fval .
Cletn Used Toyotas i For Every Purpose" after the birth of Christ but Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, I himitll, and hit" family Riyond that, how..'", unary pirwn ihould uphold and par
Front.oMlrrors the very night of Jesus' birth 7 1 ticioott' m the Church btcouii It"tolls the Irufh oboul man't lilt,death and diihny; the qzj'J)' ,
376-1265 Store p.m. '
1700 N. Main I
there were those whose hearts Confessions Saturday, 6 truth shah, alone will, til' him, "his ,to li mu at a child, ol God -11 I.,
Furniture Tub Enclosures! Tops-- Glass Replaced were open to hear the gloriousnews I DC.,.....Adv.1..,.. I

I from heaven. There was p.m.School of Religion:

VARHEYLLincoln no room in the hearts of many! Grade School-- Sunday, 11 t ___ __ _____
_________ __ ____ __ __
Mercury NEW LOCATION but there are always the few a.m. to 12 noon.
I 1228 So. Main Gainesville who love God enough to care. High School Wednesday 7
We delight to como to Bethle-
372-8191 1102 to 8 p.m.ST .
:%01 N. Main Gainesville ; hem with the shepherds; but we STARKE "66"

37M251 sometimes are not even con- MARY'S CATHOLIC FLORIDA
e MEN'S WEAR scious of the fact that we haveno CHURCH, MACCLENNY SERVICE
Rot I I time to go out in searchof Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy P1PEST
the homeless and friendless Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. Kill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
ar7-CoulIar-CO"1tlnPntal! STAG 'N DRAG all about. These are the ones
we may serve and thereby hon- ONTROL Tire Tru-ing
Mark III-Enirlsh Ford
Griffin Suits or the Christ. This season of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Cleanest Used Cars Available Arrow Shirts Flonbela ..... joy and spiritual blessing Is STARKE A CHtMKii CO. Headlight Adjusting

Formal Rental found when one takes timeto SundaySunday School, 9:45: ; Brake Service
Beauty Academy Ladles Sportswear find room for Savior of the Morning Worship at 11,Sermon, Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111

2 STORES-U W. UNIVERSITY world, and fellowmen as well "Behold, I Make All Things Wheel Balance and
I JC, Brown, Jr. :Minister New". Training Union, 6:15: ;
I and GAINESVILLE MALL 339! E. Call :st. StarKe, Fla.
POWELL'S MOBILE HOMES First Christian Church. Evening Worship, 7:30.: Sermon: 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment
"Perils to Avoid". Phone 964.5745 for FREE
I I MondayYouth Choir Prac- Iii way 301 and 100
Your :MUSIC MADISON STREET tice, 7 p.m. Inspections and Estimates All Minor
*. Profession In BAPTIST CHURCH WednesdayFamily Night 310 S. Temple] Starke Repairs
Time, Phil" or Part Time I
Spare Supper, 6 p.m. Prayer Meet- 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
219 N.W 10th 378-2766 Opportunities for service: ing, 6:30: p.m; Teachers and

BALDWIN Sunday School, 9:45: a.m Officers Meeting, 7:15. Church
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC I :Morning Worship at 11. Train Choir Practice, 8:15.:

ilNOaMUSIC4e." S Ing Union, 6:15.: WMU! Prayer ThursdayWatch Night Ser- STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS BRADFORD
I Circle, 7:15. Evening Worship, vice, 8:30: 12:01: a.m.
7:30.: -W.A. Hogan, PastorCHRISTMAS
Monday -- Youth Choir Prac- SUPPLIES, Grocery and Market
Motor Repair Co.Of .
I tice, 7 P.m.Wednesday.
-- Prayer Meeting Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Your
Gainesville, Inc. O'vllle Shopptnr Ctr. T2-333I 7:30( p.m. Church Choir HOLY COMMUNION[: '
Repairing Rewinding Practice. 8:30Denton: Complete Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL Title] Problems
Sum rail The Christmas Festival Eucharist -
New and TTsedS816 -- pastor.
N. W. mil Ph. 37t-U18 MOVERS of St. Mark's Episco- and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. Abstracts

pal Church will begin at 11:30: S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
p.m., December 24. Everyonewill
With Us First"
Farm and Industrial Living n righteous life, being -
I Lone Distance Marine be welcome. PHONE 964-5312
Call Ph. 964-6881
I. filled! with God's love and 153 -
Equipment I Storage Packing 219 Washington St. 964. 270
good which pre ours for the
I Crating Shlpnl.-jr
Santa Fe Tractor, I Free Estimates Call peeking and acitptinK. i I.. not .
I u grim solemn sour experience. We have pi\cn up on pointing CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
FORD HILL'S It U the only real and nut the phrase: should be

Farm Tractor ilk Implement I| I.istinjr! ; happiness something "couldn't care less." Irs J Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Bettor'*
CSZD! : EQCXPICENT: : Van Service, Inc. of gladness! and joy that is losing battle, and from now
SALTS PAnT SERVICE i kindly, unselfish, eagerly on \\e could care less Electrically"Keystone Heights--Phone 473-4911

4488 N, W, 6th 378'2548GAINESVILLE. i 3540 N.E. Waldo R4. Q'vlUe shared. with others
:!' FLA. i 372-4271

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The Christmas Pilgrimage '\

A phtlnJenaaalua1aopenecl ly In the crisp air.
wide at Christmastldetopermlt Most of the sites associatedwith
pilgrims to pass from Israel Christ stand In the present- THROUGH JTHlAEAN HILLS Looking eastward over stark
Into Jordan to worship In day Hashemite Kingdom of Jor- The way to Bethlehem winds wilderness a traveler can seethe
Bethlehem. dan. These weathered the Arab- through the bleak Judaean hills. deep cleft of the Jordan Dear Gene:
Jewish war with little or no It Is crowded before Christmas River and the Dead Sea. Beyond The attached article appearedIn
As the crow tiles It Is only damage and the Jordanian Government with visitors hurrying on foot blue haze hovers over the CHRIST IS JUST A SANTA CLAUS! the September" 1970 edition
five miles Uth to the place of has proved to be a In cars, taxis, and buses. mountains of Moab. "Central-Link official publi-
Christ*. birth. The little Mil- careful diplomatic custodian As the road nears town,cultivation cation of the Jacksonville Cen-
top -town la a magnet for the holy by peoples of Increases. Terraces rib Time seems to have stoppedIn A Christmas Message By Father James Vgan tral Credit Union. It was very
many Arab Christians living In religions. In times of the hillsides. Bedouin girls follow this part of the Holy Land, Informative to me and I thoughtyou
Israel and for followers of the tension every effort Is made to wheat harvesters to glean which probably looked much might like to reprint It in
Protestant Roman Catholic; keep the pilgrim routes open. grain. The music from ahepWar&l the same when Joseph and Mary "When fullness of time had come God sent his son into the world" The Telegraph.
Orthodox, and Armenian faiths came down from Nazareth. The This is the kernal of our beliefs. Christ came. Christ is here. This Ralph BryanDO

but route It would they took have is been not known logicalfor fact, this reality must be faced up to each Christmas. D

them to go from the villageto Simeon,, the old man in the temple on seeing Jesus said, "This child '
the Sea of Galilee and follow is destined for the rise and fall of many. A sign that will be con

the Jordan some 60 miles south tradicted". The reality of God among us-Christ-is a reality that we
nearly to the Dead Sea, before must react to. We either rise or depending on our reaction or lack YOU RECOGNIZETHIS
turning toward Bethlehem.The SYMBOL?
of action.

valley route would have The Christmasevent is not fiction. It is not a nice story; not a fairy It's the "PEACE" symbol
been warm In winter and easieron tale. It is history. It's true. Its teaL So many Christians give lip used by campus protesters

Mary than p. more direct i service belief to this event. For so many, Christ is a Santa Claus, a draft card burners and flower
trail over mountains of the in- nice guy. But not worth getting!) hot and bothered over. Their attitude children as well as perhaps

terior. and response is like that of a seven year old child towards Santa YOUR OWN CHILDRENI! You
can find It manufactured as a
i The carpenter and his young Claus-it's better to believe-at least lip service belief, because maybe lapel pin, necklace various ,
wife found Bethlehem stirring there is a Santa Claus. A lip service reaction to Christ is hypocrisy.By forms of Jewelry, on clothing
dustily with crowds of people their fruits you shall know them is so true in this casepersistanthate In the classroom or even on a
and animals. The census decreed -
by Caesar Augustus was jealousy, cynicism, dishonesty untruthfulness are some indicators protest THE NEW placard.YORKER
underway, and Judaeans like that a person is giving lip service that a person has never realized I publication with national cir-
Joseph had to appear In the i that Christ is real and living. culation, In a recently published
city, of David whose house and !1 The star in the east. The angels singing in the skies. The shepherds article discusses the origin of
lineage they claimed, to regis- I on the hillside. The wise men from the orient: These are Just the this popular symbol. Accordingto
ter their households.
trimmings. The reality is Christ. "This day in David's city a Savior the magazine, the symbolwas

Bethlehem was then an Insignificant ;, was been born to you the messiah and Lord. Let this be a sign to f adopted by various direct"youth"organizations"

had been little town, thoughit you_ In.a. manger you will find an infant wrapped in swaddling. from the Communist upon Par-orders -

about 900 B.C.a caravansary But It did since not ? clothes.This is the stumbling stone the pill that's too big to ty., It was a part of a long-
have long' to wait for tame. I swallow-a child who is God. This is where we/ rise and fall, when we range propaganda campaign of
Jesus's birth there In a manger I are face to face with this fact.. the "new left" communists to
put Bethlehem promptly on Father Malcolm Boyd wrote a book entitled. "Are you running 'I attract communists-directed youth Into subversive pro-

the map. with me Jesus". So many run away from the reality of Christ; they : grams. It was designed by the
cannot swallow their egotistic pride and face the facts. You may be Communists to breed an "entire -

EARLY PILGRIMS running away from Jesus, but Jesus is running with you, hoping and : generation of traitors rebelling
Pilgrims the soon started linked seekingout to ) wishing that you wake up to the fact that he is here. Christ is for real against authority, by per-
stable-grotto verting the minds of American
the Nativity.One, of the first and you better believe it. youth with Marxist theories and
carefully documented pilgrimages I encouraging them to express
., was made about 238 A.D. Christ l II Her. This It What It I II All About. contempt for their nation.
e by Ortgen, the Creek writer- The symbol is NOT new! It
teacher-church father. <:::BGk tOS tC n"k !'CA4'ERY A'k'C; kIn '& has been around for a long
long time. HOWEVER, IT HAS
Origen reported: "EveryoneIn 330 A.D. Emperor Con- or the Scriptures. The basili- Arabs and Semites of Canaanite NEVER BEEN ASSOCIATEDWITH
It and stantine built a basilica over ca's towers rise In majestyover or Jewish, stock. Their dress
the country knows PEACE... never In Its
the pagans will tell again and the grotto. The church was present-day Bethlehem evokes Bible times, but every- history. To be perfectly honest,
to hearit restored and enlarged In the whose weathered stone build- thing's fairly well up to date In Satanic
again to him who cares It Is one of the ancient
: 6th Beneath It are ings huddle shoulder to shoulder
said century. Bethlehem city., There is evena
that In the cavern was symbols \known as "the bro-
born a certain Jesus whom the many passages and grottos Including on the crest of a prowllke hill. thriving Lions Club and a ken cross," or "the crucified
Christians admire and adore." the cell where St. Jerome Living In Bethlehem are some Chamber of Commerce. cross". Examine the symbol
wrote the Vulgate version 19,000 people mostly Christian carefully. You will see the cross

One Solitary Life :tC arms broken downward..,signi-
fying Satan's contempt for

Farmers Dy Sam McCarvey It Christian Is Concepts.of the marks Therefore of the,
With only a few shopping hours left mles and went through the mockeryof Diary

until Christmas everyone is busy with a trial. __n_.....__.._n._.n_.nun..._......._n__ the Anti-Christ Devil himself, the !sign of Satan-

last minute efforts to complete the gift --lie was nailed to a cross betweentwo come In handy some day. We have Joked about the possibility So, young people, wear It If
list, planning for those extra guests thieves. of a "white" Christmas This year It Is our pleasure to you must. Draw It, stitch It
about the 20th time
--While he His M e here, knowing full wel' for Into your clothing. But be sure
and doing the countless things that was dying execu- wish the readers of the Telegraph -
that It Is about as remote. you !know what It really means.
tioners for His the
mean preparation for the great day. gambled clothing, a very Merry Christ-
One of the Starke residents thing as one can Imagine. Prob- Do not be so naive as to follow !
only property he owned on earth. who can thank Ms lucky stars ably what made us think of It mas and a Happy New Year. the crowd without thinkingfor
The commercial side of the season --He was laid in a borrowed grave wr he 1* observing Christina this Is the large lawn In front of We hope that each one of you yourself. The pirate flair
is perhaps a necessary'part of the --Nineteen centuries have come and'' year la A.F. ''Buddy'*Garner Loyree LaNler's home on US- has a good holiday season, and with cross-bones and skull Is

holiday, and the spirit of good will and gone and today He is still the central who had a miraculous escape 301 next to the Bradford Furniture war that perhaps In Vietnam by next will year be over, the now almost a plaything becauseIt
from death last week at a railroad factory. Every time we represents no threat to our
of the human
the feeling of good cheer that surround figure race. and we will truly have peaceon
crossing In Lawtey. The have a frost, that lawn Is as security.; But the so-called
this time of year are themselves' --All the armies that have ever The drought Is still on and wreck drew a large number of white as can be with frost earth and goodwill toward. "Peace Symbol" Is an enemy
If there Is thing that far-
In the dreary one and all of them and looks for all the worldas all men. of
a pleasant Interlude marched..all tne navies that have evel. mers would appreciate from spectators flag godless tradition, cle-
months of winter. soakIng agreed that It was a miracle If it Is covered with snow. verly foisted on the unsuspecting. -
salled..all the parliaments that have Santa Claus, It Is a good -
Indeed that the driver got out In fact, we think the grounds When you see this symbol,
rain that would end the
jevfcc.sat..and all the Jdnxa that have' of the terrible accident alive there area good Indicator of ask God to direct YOU In pro-
Much has been said and written on long dry spell. The showerswe .
ever reigned have not effected weather, particularly of frost. claiming Christ- the Giver of
had last week helped a bit
the theme that Christmas' is becom- see --
life of man on this Earth as much as but were only a drop In a buc- .e PEACE!
ing too commercialized and the true this One Life
Solitary ket compared to what is need-
meaning of the day is neglected or ed. Once the water table goes

even forgotton. In some few instances As we read this message and real- down, it takes an awful lot of r
this might be true and in the excite- ize its great truths we look back rainfall to bring It back to
ment and glamour of all the events its normal location. ..
almost 2,000 years and see a child
that now surround the holiday more pitted against the might of the Roman 0 /.:;." 'J'- .l ,
and of us are apt to lose sightof S Season's '
more Empire. One humble man against the 8I GreetingsTHOUSAND
the real reason for it all. awesome power of a Caesar. "no And burning"In the ban meantime remains, the In I if' !? :' :J t... .

With this In mind we would like to force as a precaution againstan .u
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And what Caesar's ,
yet... might outbreak of woods fires that ... .;$*
share the on a Christmas l. \ Po ft
message today? His armies are merely his- could do a lot of damage to .
card that came to our attention. The tory... his empire has crumbled... homes and other buildings and
front of the card bore three simple but the very words that the man of to the stands of timber In the and a N

words"One Solitary Life" -- with Galilee spoke 1,970 years ago have county especially the young
the following message printed inside: the trees. The woods are particu- 5
persisted throughout ages... have larly vulnerable to fire now,
grown even stronger with every pas- because of all the vegetation
sing year. killed by the freeze last month. THANKS!

--He was born in an obscure vil This Is ground for hope., great hope.

lage.He Had a talk with Leaton Morgan ti
worked in a carpenter shop The fact that the spirit of giving Jr. last week, who usedto Our Family wishes to extend to your

until he was thirty.He and serving has lived in the heartsof be one of the foremost berry Sincere wishes for
-- then became an itinerant prea so many for so long and will growers In this section beforehe Family good a ff

cher.He continue to live for as long as the along with some others, 8 truly joyous Holiday Season. ,; r
never held an office. decided that he had had enoughof JI
Earth lives
gives us everlasting hope. the frustrations of raising
--He never had a family or owneda Hope that some day the spirit of berries. He said he Is now

house. Christmas will last throughout the In the poultry business and
--He didn't go to college.He year. that he also Is raising cattle.
-- had no credentials but Him- M '
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self. <
That is the lesson to be learned
--He was only thirty-three when from "One Solitary Life." ducers Speaking In this of poultry area had, the another pro- 8 I Would Also Like To Take This Occasion To Thank All The People -

the public turned against Him. meeting of their organization Of Starke For The Honor And Privilege Of Representing YouR
--His friends deserted him. No greater message was ever writ recently at the Agriculture

--He was turned over to His ene- ten. Building to discuss the various On Your. City Council. You May Rest Assured. That The Confiden.ce .-
problems of their industry and R

year.to make plans for the coming 8S You Placed In Me Will Never Be Betrayed. }'t


I Will Continue To Wak For Any And All Improvements That Which

The Bradford County If.---' .. -.. Hampton As expected by a four the to voters one mar-of Is Best For The City Of Starke And All Its People, Regardless Of
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED O /ii- gin charter decided and to to keep work their out city the ?N i Race, Color, Creed, Religion Or Walk Of Life

problems which beset every
1879 { Jgf small city, today. Incidentally,
frgmTh a member of the city, council viJ5
< Bib!. Mrs. Hazel Thomas,
thanked the newspapers for
their coverage of the Issue May You And Your Family Enjoy Good Health, Wealth And Happil-
M"aaa And we know that all things and the election, saying that 1971.
the Hampton residents had been ness In
work together for good to N
FLORIDA> them that lote God .-(Romans fully Informed on the mattersInvolved.
SOCF $.2:$.)
Itonderful to meet, on
/- \ Sincerely,
) memornMt ocia.-Mon.i that are
'\. all too iiit'i-t<|iifiir. a\ person We have a home-grown
who truly lo\e Uod and obey Christmas tree this year. We
1'.. J.. AttMIIKtt I : *;. Eddor.PubU.bet: His commandrirnt t.- every set out a tiny cedar tree some
1'nblishtd p aii '1'lhurdi and entered as Second hour of ewers. clay Such a onerui''at's years ago right next to our N ...-( \ '
home, and when looking around
ClaM M ll.r .it II..- I'usl: 1 OffUc at Surke. FJDrld.UDdl'r ':: love and; fo}'. peace for a tree to decorate decidedIt (}J o.." "ta.. ()J.MJ 1..A. ,t>-
Act "l Mirth :3rd. 1879. and hair.ioii.\. :-"trenjrtli" and will serve the purpose very N dW/
Hubsmption in trade area: 1 year. $5.00; outside iro(,lm-) <> .uul ill really l bll':i.sed well. All of which proves that
'r.. > area: 1 year, 13.59: and. fulfilled "'I' l,"UII all U If you Just plant anything a- VttittiifZiX
like that- why aren't wo? round here It'will grow and ZttS Z

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Thinks to '(1'8. Pavllk. ofF quick change to cookie-helping turned completely gray. More than 80.000 Florida veterans long to pensioners for use whet from the nearest VA office, or
as (, Church Street for sharing clothes, we set forth. but a closer look revealed that dependents, and survi- completing the questionnairecards fn>m the local County; Veter-
: a message from her niece. My husband, Woody, who usually It was only flour. What a relief vors who receive V.A. pension : "Be aura to fill out ans Service Office DIxon ad- OLIDAYireetin -
I'''I Mrs. Rosemarle Young, of New heads upstairs to our benefits are reminded that their the card properly; be sure that
Br Ighton. ;t>a., describing the house that he Is building on Now It was nap time for the annual Income questionnaires all Items are complete and that
"; narrowing experience of making weekends decided that I might boys, and very unwillingly they were Included with their November no spaces are left blank; If
a batch of Christmas cook- need two more hands on top went. Woody and I used this 1st checks. the answer to a particular ques
Ii;; les with the "assistance" of of the extra four-- so It waa quiet time to put the cockier "It Is most Important that tion la "none then write none
1 her husband and twin sons. now a family project. In the freezer. beneficiaries: complete the and be sure that the card la med.JOY
ji.! Here Is the story: Everything was ready the Pretty, soon It was time t questionnaires at their earliest properly signed, dated, and returned -
t dough flour cookie cutters and check on the nappers. On the convenience and return themto In the special envelope
:t I: COOKIES & CHILDREN HELPERS! I wasn't sure If I way to the bedroom we thought the Veterans Administrationno supplied with the card."
f, Christmas Is a delightful time was ready but I did start. that some pint-sized "Abominable later than Jan. 15, 1971, according Assistance In completing the
I 'V of year especially when the I was to roll the dough. I Snowman" was loose In to M.T. Dixon Florida question""'***may' be obtained J
family Joins In. As a young tried, but the extra hands all our home because of the white Director of Veterans Affairs.
homemaker. I had a "Joyous" had to help while handing me footprints we found all around.I Failure to properly completethe Sen. Saunders
weekend. more flour for the dough board. Following the footprints Income questionnaire ant
Saturday Ted and Terry, my. Where I was to put It, I wasn't straight to the boys' bed we return It to the VA office before Attends Credit
twin 2-1/2-year-old sons, sure because everything was, soon discovered It was only the the January 15 deadline Union
helped me measure, re-stir covered with flour by now. flour that they had stepped Iron could result In pension pay- MeetingSen. a
and spin any and all Ingredients The next Job was cutting out the kitchen floor. ments being suspended, DIxon
for cutout: cookie dough. the cookies, and we had enthusiastic Woody put the baking uten said. Bob Saunders of Gainesville b iwr .
Thank goodness It had tochlll cutters in every direct- sils In the sink while I tried Entitlement to a pension In ,, and his administrative
Over night because after four Ion. After the struggle, that to clean off the table. Just a the amount of monthly paymentsare assistant Bill Lockhart attended '
extra hands, beside my own dough was so glad to be baked. little bit of water and the directly related to the a- a dinner at the Starke 4'r y( 1
two hands the measuring and After the last pan was done. flour on the table made home. mount of income that pensioners Golf & Country Club on Tuesday -
mixing couldn't take much It was time for a clean up. made glue all over and I stil': have, the director said Dec. 15, preceding: the 5.,
more. First I took a good look at had the floor to do. A little While VA benefits are not counted monthly board of directors N er
Sunday morning after Sun- my husband and thought this bit more water and I had glue as income, other factor: meeting of the DuPont MinIng III ,
day School was over and a must have been too much for up to my ears. Next year 1 such as social security, retirements Employees Credit Union.
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hlml One side of his head hadThompson will sweep first, then wash. rentals from rea Sen. Saunders and Mr. Lock. .ap
next year. estate, dividends and Interestand hart were guests of Count
And speaking of next year, earnings from employmen Commissioner Ralph Bryan We hope Christmas
I'm not so sure that I will are considered by the VA li who Is assistant treasurer o
be to tackle this is joyful for !
ready Job determining a pensioner's benefits the credit union. you
again. Beside the helping hands for the coming The annual meeting and electIon
year to all at Christmas!
at my twin sons and my hus- Dixon added. of officers of the credl.
band, there will be those of Several Ups were passed a.STANDARD union will be held In January. LEWIS
my nine-months-old daughter, l Kenneth Fuqua
Christine who will be old e- I Timber Co. Inc.
And,hearty nough by"then to lend a "help- at CHRISTMASAn CHIEF, OF POLICEdfi
hpllday wishes Ing hand. MARGIE AND
OH NOI! No-oooooooo
to all of our
fin* frlendi.HO. --Rosemary Young old-fashioned

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journey of the three Wit Men to the little' town of ,

Bethlehem. Like them, let us find new hop, new fV friends for
your patronage this
courage, new inspiration in the bright and shining year.

promise of Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men. It has been
a real
I pleasure serving all of you.

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New Year 'to Everyone M. C. (Babba) WELLS and Dorothy Starling I TRAVIS WYNN

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Asked To Be Careful SENIOR 33 Motorists May Never See. Another Christmas! I

CmZENS As many as 33 people may Florida Highway Patrol records but' when In '
About Fires During DroughtThe die in Florida traffic accidents your automobile,
during the Christmas holiday show that speed and failure take every available precaution.:
A CHRISTMAS GIFT had motorists and to yield right-of-way were Leave early, avoid heavy traffic
saw that a wonderful thing :period unless
Game & Fresh Water I A recent ban on open fires, the interest of good sportsmanship -' FROM THE BROWNIES happened. The Christmas tree pedestrians cooperate In preventing the leading during causes last of fatal year's accidents keep a watchful eye forpedestrians
Fish Commission has called In central Florida will prohibit and sportsmen can say was adorned with the most exquisite them the Florida Highway Christmas holiday period.; and above"all. If
on all hunters to do their par all camping cooking and thanks for the hunting privilege It was a cold clear night colors. The Brownieswere Patrol said today. "Enjoy the yule-tide you drink don't drive, concluded
In preventing forest fires in warming fires by hunters. by protecting the land from and the full moon spread i standing In a circle around season Col. Clifton.
Florida. Sportsmen In other dry areas: fire and other damage. livery mantle through th the tree singing In sweet tones, The official 78 hour countdown
According to Commission of the state enact their Ocala Forest. Suddenly aver "Silent Night". What a Wondrous
can } begins at 6 p.m. Thursday -
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rector. Dr. O.E. Frye present owd ban by eliminating the Frye said that during the critical small figure crept from under sound and eight to see." Dec. 24. and ends at mid- '" u 'UUuu
drought conditions have set the warming fire and reducing camp fire period hunters should a large crepe myrtle bush and murmured the Senior Citizen. night, Sunday, Dec. 27. Last!
stage for forest fires and hunters and cooking fires. eliminate the warming fire and' whirled delightedly on a grassy Then the Brownies presen- year, of the 40 traffic fatalities OPPORTUNITY KNOCKINGThis
should exercise every caution Frye stated that most of the be especially careful with all knoll. Silently, another and yet ted a gift offering of cookies which were recorded dur-
In preventing such pos public hunting land In Florida fires. They should always extinguish another: tiny person emerged! made with ingredients gatheredIn ing the 102 hour holiday period -
.1b1U A forest fire at this la In private ownership and camp and warming until there were many of them the woods during the Fall nine were pedestrians.The Is Your Chancel!
time and under present conditions much of this land Is owned by fires, curtail smoking In forest dancing: around In a circle with harvest time."Merry .
could be devastating to the forest products Industry.It areas and make sure all cigarettes clasped hands. It was Hallo- Christmas," the patrol Commander saida
Florida's forest. Is the responsibility of the and matches are out." ween. This night was chosen Brownies piped In unison. maximum number of troop A going Grocery Gas. Garage and you name It
Frye said "We do not planat hunter to help the landowner for the annual meeting of the And a Merry Christmasand ers will be patrolling the highways Business.
the moment to restrict hunt- protect his land and such Fire prevention action on the Wee Folks, the Good Fairies, God bless you. You have and the FHP airplaneswill
lug activity, and feel confidentthat protection Is a mutual benefitto part of the hunter will help' Sprites, Elves, Leprechaunsand made me very happy. It will be used extensively durIng LOCATED KINGSLEY LAKE
when\ hunters realize the both the landowner and the stack the deck In favor of continued the Brownies.At be a very Merry Christmas the holiday period. The
danger of forest fire they will hunter. public hunting and other this gathering It was decided Indeed!" She said as a tear Auxiliary Patrol will assist the Everything Goes Buildings, Stock, Equipment -
proven-ye Most landowners make their outdoor recreation on private on what good deed they glistened in her eyes and rolled troopers. etc. Priced l to sell! Terms..
lands available for public hunting lands Frye said. would do this year after the down her cheeks.
fires." as a cooperative gesture In Feast Day of All Saints and The moral of this little story Call Bill Powell Broker 9646484May ,
All Souls, Nov. 1st which lathe Is that though such organizations -
day after Halloween as the Brownies, we may ::-
(Halloween Eve). They divided find a way to bridge the pre
Into their various groups and sent "Generation Gap." + -- = -=;-
the Brownies chose to bring A Salute and Thanks to the
Good Cheer at Christmas time Starke Girl Scout Brownies I r ,
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z1 I to a lonesome Senior Citizenof Troop 604 who made all
Starke who needed a friend. this possible.Joe .
+ They planned to pick exotic: Kerrigan
flowers and beautiful leaves to
11 1 tmasl place around her yard and a
Christmas tree which (they will I t t tt
11 'decorate with ornaments made'
with their own hands This was
x wwa 1 1y In keeping with their Motto 4 +
9 ga "Be a Friend Be a Helper Bea Registered At .s*. M$ '
Vb Discoverer."_ BULLINGTON'SDECEMBER t yq r t tt
A batch of cookies, baked by 4e
themselves of nuts berries, 4p.
honey, pine mass and fragrant Miss Carol Reddish
spices would also be Included. Miss Tryphinia McRae N
They would have a busy time j
,. Indeed! What great Joy in doing, BULLINGTON'SI'FIOTOGRAPIIY t t tt
creating and being kind and 1, .
"1))' ,". o helpful to others! -S
The date was set for Dec. 21
l because all of the Wee Peoplehad Gifts The Bride Will
'Tim* to
Holiday{ !;,Greetings for to be back In their own Treasure t
your friendship lands to celebrate the great t tt
W. with you a and good will. Feast of Christmas with prayers jj p
Happy and Holy A holy and happy and hope for "Peace on i1jMrr1 ir

Chritlmat'' STAR KETExaco Christmas is our wish Earth They Good worked Will very to All hard Men.to" Neleaar. .. tai.esasw; .*.aYa..mVAti*

for you. make their project perfect. As GLOVER t- t

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SHELL SERVICE done In good time and Just ai Complete Repair ,
Service humans, there were things tc ServiceWIRING.HEATING spirit of Christmas gladden
Ed Cole be done or somethng forgottenat r heart and home.
Harry & Ilildn Houston the last moment. your ,

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your old ones; walk In health
and live In sunshine; and find the
open door to happiness and If..;
lasting contentment. May Christmas

bring to each of

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May your holidaysbe joy happiness. I

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May Joy ring out across the land

AgtA at Christmastime! Best wishes! T. Flynn, General ManagerStarke

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I ,,4 Poinsettias Holiday Flower Christmas Tree Magic HOLIDAY SELECTIVE SCHEDULE SERVICE

I The poinsettta Is blooming on first United States Minister Plant Is An Ancient Tradition Ttie office of Local BoardNo.
acres of gift-wrapping paper there admired the wild scar Promotion of the potted poin- 18, Selective Service System 9&d
greeting cards, and window let plant thathe brought the first settta as a special Christmas It's not really Christmas until Hessian soldiers fighting in will be closed Wednesday -
.1.... specimens back toads Country, plant was started in 1911 by the tree Is up the ornamentsare the Revolutionary War may have Dee.was 23 until Monday Dec.
Unlike such ancient and tra- and successfully grew them on Paul Ecke of San Diego County; in place, and the lights are brought the first Christmas tree 28 it announced fcy Mrs.Bhoda .
ditional Christmas symbols: as his estate at Charleston, S.C. Calif. The 400-acre Ecke ranchIs to the United States. A positive Z. Dampier executive
_holly and mistletoe the red American botanists named the today the world's largest sChristmas tree is magic.It account shows a Christmas tree secretary.
and green poinsettia originated plant after Polnsett in 1830. poinsettia farm. makes adults believe in Santa at Fort Dearborn 111. in 1804. ) ;.,i iyh ,
countries call It Fire- The German colonists of Pennsylvania Jf\
In tropical America. Other Claus, and children believe In -
Joel Robert Polnsett, who plant, Mexican Flame Leaf; LEAVES BRIGHTER flying reindeer.It stands proudly brought their home-
went to Mexico In 18'* is the Shepherdess and LobsterMay THAN FLOWERS I and dramatizes the messageof land traditions--including the
Though the p-:isettia has to "peace on earth,good will toward Christmas tree--with them. In
be potted and protected In nor- men." And though the 1825 a Philadelphia newspaper
I w y thern states the perennial message hasn't changed, the reported a number of homes d
thrives In moist, shady areasof tradition of the tree has gone decorated with them and by
the southern Vntted States 1840, the custom was common '
through many stages.In .
.. Mexico, and pa 's of South 1605, a writer in Stras- throughout the state.
4 A America. Red Is the most com- burg, Germany, said "At Within the next ten years,
.. mon color but there are also Christmas fir trees are set up the tradition spread throughthe
white, pink, and yellow varie In the rooms and hung with roses eastern states as well as
England. Until then, the tree
ties.The cut from paper many colors
polnsettia'a bright"blos apples, wafers, spangle-gold, had been viewed as a quaint
som" Is not a true flower but and sugar." Even before that, Torelgn custom. But in 1841,
,. 1t is actually composed of petal- records of the Christmas tree English royalty; accepted it, ,
.. like leaves or bracts. The act- custom go back to 1531 in Alsace and the Christmas tree gained
b ual flowers are tiny\ yellow Germany.For \ jistant popularity.;
.. t rosettes In the center. The more- than 200 years. The White House had Its first
polnsettia's botanical family the custom was strictly Ger- j-ee: in 1856 when Franklin
,, .oc. Euphorbia makes a specialty; man. Their legend tells that Pierce put one up for a group Good Will To All
of surrounding Inconspicuous of Washington Sunday School
,' ; St. Boniface an eighth century -
c. flowers with flashy leaves. English missionary, convinced Children. This Christmas
To Americans, the poinsettia some tribes to replace Today Christmas without a
Is primarily a decorative their traditional sacred oak witha decorated tree would seem Incomplete :
C Christmas ornament, but lit fir tree at Christmas. to most people. In Charley E. Johns
Ijyp other countires it has had a Martin Luther the German fact more than threefourthsof Insurance Agency, Inc.
more practical value. The red Protestant reformer broughta all homes are brighter
leaves were once Widely used small evergreen tree Into at Christmas because of this CHARLEY E. JOHNS .
by Mexican Indians to make a warm tradition.
his home in the early 16th century ..
scarlet dygBEST and put candles on It--to p.c-d
I simulate[ the bright starlit sky
of Christmas. Though candlesdid BEST WISHES TO ALL
eason M not become a popular partof 1 fps
WISHES the decorations until about erYy LOUDON'S'Beauty
1700 Luther is often credited Shop
with the custom of lighting the
the true spirit of Christmas tree. w
Merle Norman

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Walter Tippy was proud to !
have the neighbors come to \
Stan's BooteryStanley him for lawn care advice until
he discovered they only want-
ed to know what he did (0
and Miriam Mathia they could do the opposite.

Myrtle Jones Mary Lawson tat s
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State Rep Gene Shaw D- member House In the absenceof "Never during my tenure in as a means of seeing that blgl
has been appointed to Speaker Richard Pettigrew. the Legislature have I seen so business contributes its fair ,
Jf\\ three House Committees' for D-Mlaml. In addition he will much organizational work accomplished snare to state coffers. ,
the 1970 Legislative Session assist the Speaker In overall so early. The com- The Speaker Pro Tempore ,
Shaw, who was elected>>eak- responsibilities of liaison with mittees are better staffed and also indicated that he will push
er Pro Tempore earlier this House members, particularly] the committee members are eager strongly] for prison
;year at an organizational session the 34 legislators who will be to begin," Shaw said.< on the committee on Cri-reform 4t ?k. s # i.
of the Legislature serving their first term during The Tax and Finance Com- minal Justice.
serve on the powerful Rules and? the 1971 session. mittee heard Speaker Richard "We've got to begin rehabilitation I
Calendar Committee,' the Finance "The 1971 Legislature Is going Pettigrew, B-Miami., charge from the time a mania ,
and Taxation Committee, to be the best prepared,most Informed them with the "critical res arrested on the municipal, or
and the Committee on Criminal "in the history of ponsibility"; of reforming state county; level," Shaw said.< "And j \
Justice.As Florida Shaw said following and local tax structures and we've got to find some answerto : k "d w itN'v'
Speaker Pro Tempore, organization of committees In studying the existing relationships the overcrowded prison system _
Shaw will preside over,the 119- Tallahassee November 16-17. between federal, state :"
and local revenue programs. "Just last week" Shaw said .
"We've got to find some "Some 60 Inmates headed for \ { NEW
I I source other than Ad Valorem Florida's prisons were forcedto 'aVQ'I
taxes to raise revenue," Shaw sleep on the floor at the \\'
said. "We've got to close some Lake Butler Reception Center.We're .
/ loopholes and make sure everyone putting six and seven men EAR
Is paying his fair share." In a cell that was designed to >p? ;, _
Shaw indicated he is lealnf hold only two."
toward a corporate Income tax "There's not much chance'
4 ,- for rehabllltalon and establish.
ing respect for the system when _
we let them see Just how badly
the system can sometimes
work" he added.

Shaw said he is extremely
y1ttr pleased with his committee assignments -
and is looking forward -

: i April.to the legislative sessionin Season's Spirit Glows A bove City. ;,'

The Rules Committee Is com-
posed of members of the House May the joys of the season I

.1 I \ leadership Including all com- responsible for determlninp House. The committee on Cri- code and re-evaluating the entire abide with you throughoutthe .
mittee chairmen and will be the priority; of considering legislation minal Justice is charged with legal structure of the state .
May the wonder. ofChrlilmat on the floor of They reforming the state's criminal Including!' the court system. year.RUSS'S

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'I every homes Hi message
: of brotherhood Into Arrive AliveBY If you must drive superhighways PLACEHazel
I, EVERY GOOD WISH on rainy or foggy mornings -
every heart. trol, are struck from behind watch out for sudden pat; & Russ Eberle
I FOR THE HOLIDAYS RUSSELL KAY ing normally] again. and knocked into the car ahead.< ches of fog when approaching
Merry Chrismas! The fault does not lie with With more and more heavy bridges, swamps and low pla-
the true While present day high speed engineering or highway construction trucks using our superhighways ces. Drive with your lights OIIerll| .
J. E. HARDY SUWANNEESTORES May superhighways can move heavy but rather rests or. traveling at high speed in heavy
I joy of this day traffic with relative speed and motorists themselves. Impatience traffic they complicate thepro- vn. .'(h\,1'd'.hWA9R0NtWA
AUTO SALES safety when everything goesal- carelessness and failure blem. Some are overloaded, .
fill heartsto :to observe traffic rules and :
ROY JACKSo.NIJ' rteht. they can be death traps others carry highly inflamableor
overflowing and delay traffic for hours. regulations cause most such explosive cargos capable of :weoxvxnmx+g6 i,,tQ.. : .
.' a Almost every day you PICKup accidents and tie-ups. turning the highway Into flam- d: SSNVAN'SMN*}l.r3iii! ,:''. ;:v; sI: :' your paper and read about Weather and road conditions Ing hell, snuffing out human { superhighway smash ups where also contribute to such costly life and causing tremendous YM1M
DIXIE POULTRY from two to fifteen cars are accidents. Rain, fog and slick property; damage. Some of the
SUPPLY involved resulting in thousandsof pavements! o r lack of visibility; monsters when loaded weightas
dollars in property; damageand take a fearful toll.Untortunatelv. much as from 28 to 30
864N. TEMPLE often serious personal In- too manv dri- passenger care.Accidents .
Jury and loss of life. vers are in a hurry. They follow and traffic Jamson ,4 .. ':
r STARKE, FLA. Behind such accidents traffic too closely.] When an emergency Florida's Interstate highways i I ,
Is snarled and backed up for occurs they find them- continue to mount. Thisis Iii
miles as motorists wait selves unable to in time.
for stop one of the reasons for our 4
nWttt'May hours to have the right of way They crash into the car aheador high insurance rates.Accidentsthat I
cleared before if they are driving cautiously I I
they begin mov- use to involve one-or two I ,
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Involve from 10 to
cars now
every blessing of this 30 or more.

Christmas be yours as you Fog is particularly] hazar-
r dous. A road may be clear
gather with family and friends. ',' .ctJJ with good visibility; then sud-
'" denly you dip into a fog poc-
r ket with little or no visibility.;
C When you are traveling at 70 We wish you
miles an hour and loose sightof A Christmas
the car ahead you can be In .
pI Md trouble. This fog-speed., joy.filled
"F lowing too close situation and blessed.
i caused deaths and
las more x
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-J roperty; damage than anything
filled/ to 01 erf lottingtith fa:
jlse. Even though a driver fatppj boars .in/ good frtent/i. "
slows down and avoids a rear ,.
l l end collision with the car a- SHUFORD 66 CONNERInsurance .
head he has no assurance that ;
We hope that the car or cars behind him Dave J
Shuford Co.
will and not smack Into
stop ;
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; 5 'i him knocking him into the car
: a real family P he is following.

BILL POWELL 8 r IBC alL Christmas forEDDIE'S rChj'istnns

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Eddie & Louise Jackson
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We wish you an abundant share
of all the good things that

are part of Christmas Joy and happiness.

A world of Goodman's Standard Service :

Seeber D. Goodman :
987 N. Temple Ave.


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Happy Families In ( As we celebrate again the birth And that their echoes in your of heart.peace and good-will .

of Christ, may His spirit of peace and may ring throughout your year. :

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MRS. LOUISE HARDEN and insurance adjuster examine foundationof MR. AND MRS. JOHN ELIXSON
stand In front of remains of their
mobile home which was demolished by a freak twister Wednesday mobile home, across highway ftom the Reception Center. The Elix- Market : !

afternoon of last week. In background, workers are repairing roof on son home was also a total loss, but the roof and siding were not entirely -::j:

home of Lawrence Dugger, superintendent of the Lake Butler Prison blown ,jf)7) K.: : i
away, as were Mrs. Harden's. Both mobile homes werea 1IItAW LiE ST. I PH. 9B1-H077 !
Reception Center, which was slightly damaged by the same storm.ANOTHER total loss, including contents. ,

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Favorite Holiday Pineapple SaladMolded Prices Good to January I, 1970 _

salads have a party air. Crunchy Pineapple Cranberry Fresh Boston Butts lb. 49c :
Ring is perfect for holiday buffet meals featuring turkey or .
baked ham. It is distinguished by a subtle blending of canned 1 -"
crushed pineapple with tart canned cranberry sauce and nuts. Smoked Jewels Tung in Teeth Out_ f.::
Make the salad in advance for leisurely serving. 4:::'.

Crunchy Pineapple Cranberry Mold Fresh Tenderized Hams lb. 69c ,:;:
->,' 1 ((1-pound 4'/ -ounce) can 3 tablespoons shredded or io::": '
\ T crushed pineapple chopped orange peel LARGE HENS lb. 49c':. '
1 package lemon 2 whole ,..
((6-ounce) ((1-pound) cans ..
I flavored gelatin cranberry sauce '''' '
lF\: % cup lemon juice V& cup chopped walnuts Center Cut Pork Chops lb. 79c tl t''

1 Easy Fluffy Dressing End Cut lb. 59c it::
Drain pineapple; add enough water to syrup to make 1% cups .... ,
liquid. Heat liquid to boiling and pour over gelatin, stirringwell -\ l
to dissolve. Stir in pineapple and remaining ingredients, Smoked Picnics lb. 39c !
except dressing; turn into .7-cup ring mold. Chill until firm. .' ,
l Unmold and garnish with pineapple slices, crisp greens and White Bacon lb. 29c :
holly, if desired. Served with Easy Fluffy Dressing. Makes 8 ,
I to 10 servings. ,.f .

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oak tree, similar to the one in left background, and only a few feet 0"., :

from, it, was twisted off at the trunk and narrowly missed hitting the '" 8et1 ti"e"'o ode II. o.1 I '.. ,I .:

R.L. Brown home at upper right.Tornado. \i "< ,; ,. ."). .-, ... ...4""" -.., ... e ",-. '. n v.de.. .-'- r'* .t") 11 I I .:
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baby tornado whirled In were scattered to the highway, It was reported that wind f. -:
out of the southwest about 4:45: a quarter of a mile away. One also blew a porch off at the j
p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 16, destroying neighbor reported finding a can- home of Donald Welch, Just '
two mobile homes near celled check from the Harden west of New River In Union : e.is. J The news is out. t
the State Prison Reception Cen- home Inside an outboard motor County, the same afternoon. % e.
ter on Highway 231 near Lake parked In his yard. A pair of it' the season is here! Merry
Butler. eye glasses was blown somo C'o A .:
A big black cloud "with a distance away, and later found
BHS Teams merry Christmas ;is with us once ;
lot of wind in It" materialized without a scratch, while an ,. '
over the area Just before the heirloom bowl of heavy cut- eV1\iItsf We wish and Ca lid
; again. !you yourfamily
twister struck. Tornado warn- glass was shattered into frag Win Girl'sPlay c.o\u"w -"II 0 ,
ings had been Issued about 3 ments. share o// .'
Ard f a generous /Jollde
p.m. The wind was accompaned :; Mrs. Harden at first thought fi
by some rain, breaking the that she had lost all of her DayTeams 1 t\ '4 all its many blessings
drought which had clamed the
clothing in wreckage, but she
area for almost:: two months. later found a number of gar- I
Fortunately, both mobile ments, apparently unharmed from Bradford Middle j
homes were unoccupied at the except for needing good wash- School and Bradford High School .
time the twister struck. Mrs. Ing or cleaning Job. won the championship of a vol- .

Louise Harden, owner of the At the home of a neighbor, leyball Play Day, sponsored by I r ,'
one which was hit first and a dog house was demolished: the BHS Advanced P.E. Class Rosie Diane :
completely obliterated, was on Dec 12, at BHS. qr '
while the wooden pen surrounding ete '
her Job In the main reception it was unharmed.The Wolfred + aan 'Thomas
center building, about a quar- P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
ter of a mile away, where she nextdoor mobile home of Gainesville won the sixth
is employed. Mrs. Harden said of Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Allen grade bound ball championship.Teams .
she was unaware of the ap- was lifted slightly and set askew from Lawtey Elemen-
on its foundation, but was Heights High, hi- ,
proaching storm since draperies tary, Keystone liv v'
were drawn in the air con- otherwise unharmed. Mrs. Allen and p.I<. Yonge competed In ,
ditioned building and she did who was at home at the the three divisions In volley- ,.
not notice the darkened sky. time was In a near state of ball and bound ball. Each match ,
Personnel the reception center shock after the incident, but consisted of the best two of ,
heard no noise from the was otherwise unharmed. three games. ..
twister.By Minor roof damage was reported -
at the home of Lawrence Bradford High and PKY com- -;
son trailer a stroke was of also luck,unocupled the ElIx- Dugger, reception center superintendent peted In the division play-offs with In BHS the On this. The Telegraph's 92nd Christmas in Starke :
where several high
at the time. Mr. and Mrs.Ellx- shingles were, torn off winning the first and last matches we pause to extend greetings and best wishes to our read t .

and son were operate on a the produce Jacksonville truck Bradford, Middle School and era and advertisers ..- greetings that are just as hearty .

market Wednesday afternoon. Childr.il NeedInstruction Keystone played in the finalsof and sincere as those extended on our first Christmas in "
They were delayed in their ,y.
Junior high competitionwith
business there and Mrs. Ellx- BMS: winning.
son persuaded her husband to Firearms Gifts 1
stay In Jacksonville for the The event was staged Dec. 12
night. at the BHS gym The entire -
"If It hadn't have been for Children receiving firearmsfor Play Day was planned by the As we enter upon our 92nd year of continuous publication '/ i ;;
Christmas should also receive sixth period advanced physical
that, we would have returned would like
home and been in that trailer Information on their pro- education class under direct- we to express appreciation for the ,
when It was hit," Mr. Ellxson per care and use, and a copy Ion of P.E. Instructor Vicki four generations of readers and advertisers who have
of the rules governing hunting :McKinney[ I
said.Both mobile homes were cov- activity; Ribbons made by the advanced made it possible for: The Telegraph to take its place :

ered by Insurance but con- Fish The Commission Came and Fresh will Water mail, PE winning students teams.were presentedto among the oldest newspapers, of continuous publication :

pletely tents--which destroyed were or almost damaged com- upon request, a summary of in the nation. We will endeavor to show our apprecia.. %.
Florida's hunting rules and regulations Dewey :McKinney[ physical fG
not beyond covered use--, and apparently were classified were- and booklets designedfor education Instructor at South- %/ tion by bringing you an even better newspaper in 1971r
as a loss. the shooter and the shooter's side Elementary, was head of- ,1t
parents. ficial. He was assisted by Vicky
Debris from the Klixson home For copies of the free book- Anderson Connie Chasteen,
hung In nearby pecan trees, lets, write Came and Fresh Karen Hutchins, Vicky Turner ,
and insulation out of the walls Water Fish Commission, Tal- Terl! Woods, Helen Long, S .
was blown for blocks. "Almost lahassee, Florida 32304. Donna Norris, Janice Stanch, BRADFORD Co .
looks like our home exploded," Sharon Howell. lifer
Mr. Ellxson said. Others helping in the Play
Mrs. Harden' mobile home A t Day staging were Sharon :

was lifted from Its foundation, Crews and Marcella Buckhalter ,_
about six feet In the air and who prespared refresh- I.
set down some/ 20 or 30 feet fifth Ihanknaiting! con- ments; Marlon Dowling Joy rtrrapIl
away. Siding was blown com qui-rfil, only Christmas loom Andrews, Miss Jamie Caldwell,
pletely off and over the roof- ahcail, |ITQ'IF( the man who and Miss Sondra Morris, official -
tops of nearby houses, coming hate pumpkin pie can figure time keepers and score
to rest a block away. Personal he' hump vifc. keepers.
papers and other belongings

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y Class Robert W. Nelson, son Starke, Is serving aboard the! o ,
of Mr. and Mrs. William B. submarine USS Pickerel which Mr*. D. K. BO
returned to her homeport of i ,c !, '
Charleston S.C., following a SANTA COMING were their daughters and families. I
five month, 25,000 mile voyage Santa Claim Is coming tonight Mr. and Mrs. Calvin RIchard It
around South America. Tuesday; )to Hampton with and Toye of Ocala, and
Pickerel was part of the UNI- something for all children In Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Smith
,. G TAS XI task group which con- the commun1 He's scheduledto and children of Jacksonville.Mr. ,'?' way
, v ducted Naval training exercises be at the city hall at 8 and Mrs. E.M. Silver- '. I'f
with the eight major maritime pjn. nail of Ocala were visiting here .
nations of South America this Christmas light decorations Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L.A. f
; past summer and fall. were put up around the city Wynn.Mrs..
+ hall last weekend, and a Christmas Grace Beale and Mr. IlI l I
at tree will be on the porch and Mrs. Gerald Adklna attended t i !
i of the city ball for Tuesday; the golden wedding reception IV
evening. Sponsored by the city, for Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Sappat ,.., 't
1 ,.; Bruno's Grocery and Baker's the Christian Church Sunday -
+ Store Santa's visit promises afternoon. i
.i treats for the children. Nelson Carter has arrived ,.
,. House and yard decorations home' from South Carolina '
are colorful this year in and where he was stationed with \4
or around Hampton. The Anthony. the Army. He will be home I
:._ w Benckowskl's home features a here with Mrs. Carter until i iY
large Santa, sleigh and rein- January 4 after which he will
deer, lighted at night,and bright report to Ft. Sill, Okla.
d '. and colorfully painted by day.; r Mr. and Mrs. Bill Luckey
Mr. Benckowsld built the figures of Ft. Myers spent last week P
of plywood, and arranged with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks it
lighting for them and for the while their daughter Is taking ;:a SINCERE
x -= 8mJm eaves on the house. treatments at the University of 90 !
It's worth a drive pastHamp- Florida Medical Center. Mr. THANKS TO ALL
ton Lake at night this weekto Luckey Is the brother of Floyd L 'ettT4rettgC Irene's Beauty
"i Season's see the lighting and decorations Luckey, a former resident. BANK OFHAWTHORNS Shop
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.....'".. "!! Greetings To there. County Reaches Shady Oaks
PICKUP EARLY P. O. Box 218 Trailer Park
== and Yours 68% Mark In 6
KEITH'SBeauty May joy ring out across the land
Thursdays; will be garbage Hawthorne Fla. Irene and Lacy Moble
Salon HERCULESIncorporated YOU CANT DO pickup day In Hampton the next Xmas Seal Sale at Ckristmistimo! Best wishes!
two weeks, with Christmas and
BETTER THANSEARS New Year's Day both comingon
KEITH REDDISH Friday; Entering the sixth official McDuff Appliances
Heilbron Springs week of the 1970 Christmas Seal
I PERSONALS Campaign, residents of Brad Wells Electric
Hwy. 16 W. I
I'I'J I We Service & Install Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Ha- ford County have contributedmore Service
Anything We Sell mel spent Thursday to Mon than $900 or about 68%
SILENT day with Mr. and Mrs. Robert of the 1969 total, according to Q
964-6848 Krenach and daughters In a report released today by Mrs.
NIGHT \ Miami Rev. Jimmy Hinkle was Beatrice Klmmons of Keystone 0
guest speaker at Hampton Bap- Heights, area board member
tlst Church Sunday. of the Northeast Florida TB-
Sears Authorized
Edward Walton Williamson of RD District.
Merchant Cerra Gorda, N.C. Is visitingat "Sunday; Dec. 20, has been
I Hampton Lake with his uncle designated 'Christmas Seal
C 218 N. TEMPLE and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday; In Bradford County, andI
STARKE, FLORIDA L.A. Wynn. encourage all local citizens -
'. Mr. and Mrs Lewis N. Til- to take time out to answer
-_ ley have Mrs. Tilley's mother their Christmas Seal letter," y.i
o from Richmond, Va.. spendingthe Mrs. KImmons said. i ,,
-c winter months with them More than $92,000 has already a ,. I I@W
; i been contributed by resIdents -
Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Parkerare .
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+ expecting and Mrs.
,.i J.M. Baker and children of served by the District opera
: j tt, ..,... Orlando tor Christmas week tion. This represents 74% 01 ,Is
f last year's total.Contributions .
end.Miss Virginia:\ Jones of Jacksonville are used in the
.. northeast Florida area for professional -
was a supper guest of
Wendy Hill last Tuesday. education, research
8 t Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Adkins public health education, and
were overnight visitors in Flo- community; services in the tight
against respiratory diseasesand ,, ,
rala, Ala. recently. Spending ,
'oaco, joy, and all thbUuings May the true meaningof Sunday here with the Adklna air pollution, Mrs. Klm I w d <
of Christmas b.yowe Christmas make your mons said.eltri /

this holy Moian. holiday the happiest. : J May .it bring you

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Sign of the season good cheer,. t
warm friendships, light heard, : FROM YOUR FRIENDLY BUSINESS COMMUNITY

high happiness, deep content
I ment it Is our sincere wish
that they may all be yours in t of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS & MELROSE ..;\\10.,

fullest measure. ".
i\''r.'" w.. "* We the business and Professional people of this area take plea- "* ,: .
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j WINIFRED CRAWFORD sure in expressing our appreciation for your splendid I patronage Mwur

\;r REAL ESTATE --ie during the past year. Our sincere wish is that this cordial relationship Much Joy is wishedfor

Highway 21\ MelroM, Fla. -ie will be continued throu ghout the coming year and for -ie all.

.fc many years to come. -fcMuch
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I a Happy 1968.KEYSTONE. May this Yule wish for you to
bring to you 1 t1 have a joyousChristmas
bountiful joy. Joy is wishedfor -a gift of great does not.
joy this Yule. I
BEAUTY SHOP ail.Keystone.
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joy this Yule.
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Yuletide to one of the firitChristmas In words that never grow old, ,
and all! warm MERRY CHRISTMASeach
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heartfelt best of the day reach into every heart.
to you and .

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Christmas. May the Day be an especially happy on.
for you your family and friends. We are most thankful .
for kind =u
jj your patronage.KEYSTONE .4A.:. .

Clay Electric Cooperative Inc.

We hope Christmasis Keystone Heights. Fla.
joyful for you! STATE BANKMember
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r: =KEYSTONE "HEIGHTS -- MELR si-----l Agreement Reached Questions., :. : : and

-- "', On Creek DiggingAn

KHS'Iinlians Win One Lose One Drug Chaises Dismissed In Lake City

agreement has been! of the creek the game officials cleared. The county. In return
Drug charges against Sandy case, McDavid said. reached between Florida Game gave the go ahead for the dIg- agreed to supply material foi
In Pre-holiday Cage Schedule Grayson, of Keystone Heights Although the cases have been. and Fresh Water Fish Com- ging. They had asked the county Edwards to rebuild a portiot: Q. My wife, my two minor
and six other high school and dismissed this does not necessarily mission and county; official to temporarily halt the digging 'of his fence that must be moved children, and I receive social

Junior college students were mean the end of th so that widening of Alligator until an agreement could and to pay Edwards $200 for the security benefits because of

Taylor High of PlerlODpilled INDIANS WIN ONEBobby''Humer's dropped Tuesday In Lake City matter, McDavid said. But tin Creek to Rowell'' Lake can con- be reached. easement. my disability. I also have
away In the last half In FrI- when the state failed to produce prosecution If any, will nowhave tinue. Board members termed the County commissioners: mean!) two minor children from a
at the chief prosecution wit to be handled by the stateattorney's Engage offIcials' to continue digging Alligator)
day's game Keystone to hand strong scorIng he for the past monthIn game statement that former marriage. Are they
the"Indians an.86-52 cage de- and Mike Wrinkle's re ness. office added. the widening process to drain the county Is harming fish in all the way to Rowell Lake. eligible to receive benefits
bounding lifted the Indiana to t The action: came when It wa*. The students were arrestedIn off water faster In times of creek a joke saying there have They also are working on adding -

feat.Taybr' led 'miy'r 51-40 victory over St. Joseph's revealed that Bert Weinberg Lake City on November 10 excessive rainfall the countywas been no fish In Alligator Creek| additional culverts under A. Yes. They have the

3M7. at Academy, of St. Augustine In the who Identified himself as a following a two-week Investigation hit last week by a Dec. 1 In the past 20 years. i the Southern Railroad in Sampson same rights to social security
s bur. Dwieht Emu Keystone gym. Dec. 15. special agent for the Federal by Weinberg who turned letter from Freddy A. Lang- the commissioners sun'l Canal west of Sampsonto benefits as the children from
sparked aleC nd-halt.urge that The triump broke a three- Bureau of Narcotics and who the evidence over to the Columbia ford, fishery biologist with the the two officials because the take water past that point.
fct.tbe visitors pull away. Erwin game losing streak for t eI1ndJaDa. was Instrumental In the arrests County sheriffs office Game Commission stating th digging which the commissionhas Board members are also your present marriage. Since

hK -points.. 10 at the foul line. of the students, Is now At that time Weinberg Identified county was In violation of state been trying for two years.. hopeful of getting timber companies your :family already receivesthe
the winners outacored the host t In the Suffolk County (Boston) himself as a special agent law because It was disturbing to accomplish might have been to give easements for maximum benefit based

Indians 54-25 In the last two Burner poured In 21 points Jail following his convictionfor for the Federal Bureau of Nar- the habitat of fish In the ca- Jeopardized.Just digging canals to connect the on your earnings, the pay-
quarters. 'and Wrinkle had a dozen reo soliciting for the sale of cotics, but later the bureav last week an agreementwas three lakesRowell, Crosby, ments :for each dependent

bounds as Keystone built a narcotic drugs. said It paid him only as at nal.Langford, along with Douglas reached with Maurice Edwards and Sampton. A three-lake recreation would be reduced. This re-

45-26 lead after three periods. In order to have evidence Introduced "Informant." Fletcher of the Game Commission to dig the creek through area sometime In the sults :from the :fact that the
Bobby Humer continued his In the Lake City cases. met last Tuesday wit! his property a distance clover future is envisioned. maximum would be divided
Keystone used
strong scoring for Keystone with sub the last! It would have been necessary The sheriffs office later sa. County Commissioners Zedn a mile.

22 points and Butch Bleasdale period and the Flashes cut for Weinberg to be there according that Weinberg had been asked to Hamilton Dave Shuford, ant Game officials also said removal among six people, instead of

added 10.Taylor down the final margin. to Columbia Count; assist In the Columbia County Ralph Bryan to discuss the'' of vegetation from the Residents along Alligator the :four now receiving bene-.
Butch Bleasdale also Judge Terry McDavid. "With- drug cases through the bureau Creek have long sought to have fits.
also won the Jayvee was situation. The two game officials creek by the digging might Increase
in out him the state doesn't have office In Jacksonville the creek widened to get high
twin\ figures for Keystonewith a then visited the site Wed. the amount of nutrients
game. water past town before it rose Your :former wife, or the,?
11. Andy Preston topped lesday with Road Foreman R.E from the Starke sewerage plant
above the banks and flood their
person legally responsiblefor
Jones. which flow Into Rowell Lake.
the visitors with 16.
homes It did In 1968 when
YAyLoa-vlld..were. t34( _|, as : the children should "
Dlckion It was agreed that the county Although the game officials apply
14.-11 Cummins" 14-'10) Andtrton. s10i Keystone took the Jayvee 16 Inches of rain fell In three
.,.. rill restrict the agreed that the plant :for the benefits on their
entn .u Mclvtrn, '-,-, game 36-18 dragline dig- sewerage
as Bobby Graysonhad days. on rushing water a
WtMlngton 3Mo." ., 1.1J, G Is not the behalf.
to side of the county'sresponsibility
one creek
K.r.'Hr, ..-., C.rtlil.. 0.0-0 14 points and 13 rebounds. few days later raised Crosby
_...... ; and that the discharge
... the
04-01 I. ..., 41-111|| area under discussion being -
........, .KEVSTONe HEIGHTS "Hurcwr, fMlWrlnkli ,, Lake to flood stage levels and Have
J-l-7. Tot.li tO-H-t*. Is at least 90 cent a question about social;
remainder of
;J.I.TI lutd.l.'.. .-;1011, H... the the canal per The
VSTONa-MtpiXral.ll homes there flooded.
were and its
IMvnwr" t-4-W Initill, 144, Cotfnwn, l4i L.I no. from the bridge over US- free of affluent, they said vegetation security retirement;
MonwytiMTi M Oi ,
Co -,.
:- T.I.II. M-t SI. water stayed, high several weeks survivors, disability or Medicare

1m. .S-4 ,
WInIe left In the creek will
2-1-1 ,
Limo 301 south to Rowell Lake
2- ST. thl'OOBl'the
1-5. IWd.1.... .a-IO Wile.. 1.0-7 Th......JOSEPH'S. J-MI CollH. l-l-3 C. because It couldn't get out of benefits See your tele-.
Pmton. of the
'Mti a. Maurice Edwards remove some nutrient
Jahn I-I. T.,".,1IchulL. O4-0, 1ctI.n. t Tlwm... '0-J-Jj loll.", 41.5, auno", property Sampson Canal fast enough. phone directory for the'' tele.
.14-52. 'vJLura Burqe&sMofirWherein before It reaches
: I-M.' Tot.li, ",40. Jr.County the lake. phone number and address of:
K. ,._ 22 10 S 11 Z SJ IC.I_ 17 14 14 4-11 The Commission had already the nearest social of-'
I M 13 I I 14 SI. ......It.. I 1J I 14-4C, officials also !
I agreed with Edwards to dig the flee. '
Thanksgiving Is past; nave such happy memories of'' to slope the bank of the side creek on his side so the pile The problem of the amount
6" we welcome In December.; Ponca and the deep snow and to the of water the creek will
dug encourage growtl1of of dirt will act as a dike In carry
Denmark NamedTo happy Christmas with my good vegetation. It was also stipulated care of future flooding. is further complicated by timber -

INDIAN BEACHLake Cold December how we love Don.Likewise that the present bottoir Edwards agreed to give the firms which have opened
District Four Glad I love to recall the of the creek will be undis county a 100-foot rightofwayto drainage ditches Into the creekto
Constable we hall you on our way. children of my school at Clay turbed. dig. In fact he asked that drain ponds so more timber
( Santa Fe) Post For to us you bring the pleasure Hill at Christmas When I wentto After the Wednesday tow 100 feet of digging space beI can be grown.
By Michael H. Chltty& Clay Hill to teach J.D. Wilkinson

Phone 475-1612 Marion F, Denmark of Key- Of the happy Christmas Day. was In the third grade. .,-
--J t'ro.J"
stone Heights has been appointed Beautiful Joy Wilkinson was "

by Gov. Claude Kirk as Constable The above song each year too, and Louise Wilkinson was I CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS I I
MERRY CHRISTMAS to you of District 4. Clay Coun since childhood I have sung a little older. So many good r---------------- 1 1 1I
and yours from me and mine! The office at Christmas due Each names and sweet faces. Be-
ty. has been vacant yearit Brighten Many LandsThe Plant Rye Grass Now
I didn't write a column this since the death of the late William always brought back mem- fore I ever taught a day, I I ::1\
week friends but I couldn't let ories of white fields and would get to school early to
Dermody more than a snow '
this Holy Day' go by without year ago. loved faces of long ago. It still put lessons on the board and magic glow of Christmas the birth or cnnsuEnglishmen For Green Lawn This Winter
sharing a thought with that reflects In many corners of the Middle A ',
you holidays kneel behind desk to ask
Mr. Denmark Is employedIn does. Even though some my of the
means so much to me. a Jacksonville shipyard and were spent where there God to bless the children and In Jamaica's world. towns es set the style for lavlari'Yule Lawn grasses are going off Extension Office for the best

About two thousand years ago has had 15 years' experience, was no snow. Now I am backIn guide my teaching and put the local country feasts. At one Christmas color at this time of year because control patronize local
a great and wonderful God,gave on the Florida Highway Patrol, my home state- my beloved words In my mouth He wanted groups celebrate the hol- dinner King Henry ni servedup of the short days and the garden supply or ; store or:your nursery
this wretched world of peoplethe Auxiliary in Duval County. Hei Indiana. Altho I cannot get a- me to teach them. Each morning iday season by dressing In rags 600 oxen. His guests fin- cooler nights says the Florida Different materials'are

most precious and price- resides on Little Lake Geneva.' bout as I once did In the snow, I read a Psalm and we feathered headdresses and ished off the meal with salmon Nurserymen and Growers Association available man. in
different localities
less gift of all; that of His only we have already had our first said a prayer. So many years black masks with features pie and roast peacock washing (FNGA). It is a little within '
begotten Son, Jesus Christ. snowstorm. It did not get deep I was there that the children outlined In white. They dance it down with brew from a was- late to fertilize your lawn, but state.

Jesus was born of the virgin R. L. McCormick but lay so white and beautiful grew up before I left to go to and shout to an African rhy- sail bowl bobbing with apples, you can sow ryegrass or other annual.Salvia It is is an somewhat excellent slow winter to
Mary, was' crucified, buried, on the land. These days find Nebraska. I walked home down thm of drums and flutes bran- toast and roast crabs. winter annual grasses. There

and He arose on the third day. Services Held myself weak. I was In the Vet- the sand road after the Christ- dishing wooden spears and ax- Swedes begin the season witha are many on the market. You ter begin wears flowering there but is as the win--
on a proliferation
and ascended Into Heaven, erans Hospital at Indianapolis mas program The stars shin- es.The modest but more colorful may want to use a combination of cardinal red
where He remains seated at At Keystone Hts. a week for a check up. SeemsI ing and altho tired my heart festive and religious aura meal. Long before dawn on of fescue or bent or bluegrassbut Salvia will flowers.
the right hand of God.My friend have been getting weaker each was happy. I had had a happy of Yuletide begins December 16 December 13, lights flicker on the most sturdy of all and If the produce more flowers -
you can believe all this plus month and dizzy. They did not time and I sang as I walked In the Philippines. At 4 a.m., in each home as the blondest the most rapid growing-'Is the young plants are
every single world In the Holy Robert Love McCormick 62, find too much wrongJust high home"It came upon a midnight church bells announce early daughter of the family tiptoes annual ryegrass. It can be seed pinched when they are approxi-
Bible, yet if you've never of Keystone Heights, died blood pressure and my heart clear." morning services. Afterward to the kitchen to prepare fresh ed directly In your planted mately six Inches tall. This

opened your heart's door Thursday Dec. 17, in a Gainesville falling. This makes me short Now I am 73, old and weak families decorate the windows coffee and buns. She then slips lawn at the rate of 10 pounds plant responds to fertilizer
(Fev. 3:20): and received Jesus hospital after an extended of breath when I walk or exert but I have beautiful memoriesof of their homes with ralnbow-' Into a long white gown and 'per thousand square feet. Ger- more readily than some of oui

Christ as personal Savlor.CJn.; Illness. Born In McCall myself, and feel weak. a useful busy happy life..!I hued paper and ,bamboo lanterns carefully puts.on a glowing > 'mlnation should occur In about, other withstand winter frost annuals.and It can

'1:12) you are bound for an Eternity S.C. on Oct. 17, 1908. he was a Thanksgiving Day my son and I still pray "God bless my, -NationalGeographic'' \ crown of candles. 'two weeks If the area Is kept tures down tempera-
of burning in Hell. Just retired merchant, a Mason, anda wife had the family turkey dinner children In Florida." says. 'w t, The girl carries her steam- moist. You need not addferUlJ1zer annual in degrees. Any
growing the
as If I were standing outside member of the Keystone Bap- I did not feel like goingso ing tray to each bedside and at the time of planting but months should have winter

your door offering you one tslt Church.! they brought my dinner to It Is cloudy here and looks RAP CLOSED DOORSOn brightens each dark room symbolizing after you mow the wlnfiejr.grass Uzer. A soluble fertilizer some CerU-suchas

million dollars as a gift, unless me. I felt so happy. You see any minute as if it might snow. the same day in Mexico the light that will soon once it should have *complete Dr. Chateller's
you opened that door even Surviving Is his wife Fay I do not have an ache or pain Somehow my heart Is light and' houses are readied to receive lengthen the days. The cere- fertilizer applied atvthSrrate Grow be or Rapid-
can beneficial to these
thoug h you knew 1 had It and Brown McCormick of Keystone only weak. So altho here alone spirit high. I have lived and visitors who with the family mony begins a month-longhoU- of 15-20 pounds per thousand winter plants. Do not over-

believed It with all your heart Heights two daughters Mrs. with my memories I Just recall I still have so many to love enact the drama of Mary and day season. square feet. Cool weather stimulates fertilize since it have
I a
and received this gift It would Barbara Ann Posey Jacksonville other days when 1 was that life Is beautiful. Some day' Joseph seeking On lodging In Bethlehem On January 13 the Christ- ryegrass and it will. tendencey to Increase the softness -

never do you one tiny bit of and Mrs. Patricia Ce- strong and very busy. Now when God calls me home I nights. each night for nine mas tree Is lighted for the produce a thick luxuriant mat) of the plant. This condition -
good. So you see dear friend, celia Fort Lauderdale; two others bring me mall and gro- will say, "Lord, I have done guests walk family from room toroom or last time with the wish: "May If properly watered and ferti-1' would make the plant more

unless you open up and receive brothers J.D. McCormick ceries. the best I could for my children knocking on doors. Hardhearted God bless your Christmas may llzed. This grass will retain susceptible to disease.
God's Gift He can Marion S.C., and D.M. Mc- The other evening I had a my country and every- "innkeepers" refuse them- It last till Easter." Its color and beauty. < until Petunias are a winter annual
never help you either. It Is Cormick, Jacksonville; two sisters call from Florida that brought one everywhere. I have lovedso entrance.But March or April. and produce the majority; of
that someone tears to It was my, much." I will not fear the t
my, holiday prayer Mrs.Hilda Procter Rock- my eyes. on Christmas Eve doors color around the home. Unlike
reading this short me s sag; hill S.C. and Mrs. Louise Forbes dear child, Edna Thomas; and unknown nor struggle. I am the salvia they can survtvt
win see their great need ani Jacksonville; his mother her good husband, Bishop, had God's child. I will be happy. are flung wide. Candles blaze Ryegrass. sometimes sus- freezing. Although the leaver
Into their From California Now I to make a little and all sing praises of the ceptible to a disease called
ask Jesus Christ McCormick Clio. passed away. plan be
D.M. frozen
Mrs : may stiff the plain'
Lord. Children smash the pi- Rm
heart. S.C. fourgrandchildrenandone a dear girl that used to call cake for myself. Just a plain damping off. The symptoms area will survive and ahead and
bless ; had also to be with cake like nata. a hollow pottery animal soft water-soaked area that go
May God richly you greatgrandchild.Funeral me gone little brown sugar &l blossom. Buds which produce
that showers with
figure them
this Holiday Season. And I Jesus. Thus as we grow old- we used to make 60 years "''' leaves threadlike growth within flowers may be damaged but
pray that you will be one of er time brings changes. Fora ago. Then while it bakes I gifts and candy = ;_ the suspected spot. The correct new ones will soon be initiated
the luckiest people In this services were held while my heart is sad, thenI begin to wrap my gifts to An Angel brings toys to some name for the disease Is called according to the FNGA. Pet-
world by receiving God's great at 11 a.m. Monday in the First realize since they loved Jesus wmail to Nebraska. My heartIs Swiss children. Italian young- L'r dhl8ible \ Pythlum. If this condition develops unias can also
use bi-weekly
gift... Baptist Church of Keystone it won't be many days until weak and tired but happyso sters look forward to the visit in your newly planted rYegrass applications of
soluble CerU-
Merry Christmas, from Mike Heights with Rev. Lawrence we will all be together In full of love and good will. of Befana, the old woman who consult with your County lizer.
Carroll officiating. Interment lie went to Rachel carries treats to the good and
Chitty... that place prepare. My son and especially -
Jacksonville Me- ashes to the bad. I will not leave you com- -
will follow in I have my Christmas cards his wife. Is so kind. She
mory Gardens In Clay County addressed and most of them looks after me and takes care The youngest camel of those fortless: I will come to you.

under direction of DeWitt C. mailed. I Just love to sit quietly of everything for me. I am so which carried the Wise Met -St.( John 14, 18.)
KEYSTONE Jones Funeral Home of Keystone and recall Christmas atClay thankful and happy. I do not brings gifts in southern Syria.

Heights. Hill. I have such nice letters have an ache or pain. Children leave bowls of water ri r
from my Clay Hill boy West- Merry Christmas to all. and and wheat for the little ani- Christ Jesus Son of God, HAPPY

berry Callus who now has If you are old Happy Memories mal.Christians gave up His life to redeemus
in Iran fast from
HEIGHTS the lovely funeral home In Or- God bless you everyone to save us. Still, as He HOLIDAY
the first of December. The
ange Park. He Is the owner He Is with us today,
eat no meat, milk, or eggs promised, t
all the
and LURA
and built it five years ago LOVE May
until the fast Is broken with close beside each one of us
ettS81feeti1t down and backto
DIRECTORYBEAUTY paid help my with way the grand open- a splendid meal on ChristmasEve. every moment ; for lie is Immortal joys of the

Ing. I got to see so many; of P.S. Have my six great-grand- lie is Spirit; He is Christmasholiday
my former pupils. Now after children to buy gifts for. ever forgiving us of our sins
SHOP five years he has so many Whoopee! and weakness ever ready with reach
funerals he finds himself so Most holiday diners relish His love and compassion to

very tired; but happy to be fancy foods but Armenians favor help and comfort us. every heart
boiled believe
KEYSTONEBEAUTY able to help sorrowing human- spinach. They
My Neighbors that the Virgin Mary ate and home.
ity.; He also has a flower shop
SHOPEDITH which he la enlarging.God bless the greens the night before

JOHNSON Owner my darling boy, now grown and

Personal and Creative Hair Sty!- successful.
I am getting my Christmas 1
fair Every Form of Beauty the AA
gifts together for all grand-
Culture Tues.-Sai. 9-S: closed children and greatgrandchildren. / T "AAIA ,

Monday. My stepson in Ponca. Ne- Iljj's AI
braska who owns and runs our (f f11)h

NURSERY former place the funeral home !,d
now run by the third generationof )
Mohrs. Don Jr. and wife

O.C. Carnes Nursery bfl Marilyn, have two boys, DonO. .Y

S Mohr m and little John
Thousands of plants named for his great grandfa- V

Fruit Trees-Slmde Trees ther who started the funeral

Evergreens to all ourwonderful business In 1886. When I get "Clarence Is a 'do-it-your
friends. this typed I will wrap their self' fan in everything but

Camellia & Azaleas gifts and pack them to shipout picking up a checkr"Jhe. "'.......
MOST ALL IN KIM'SSHELL to my former homo. I '"


Beautiful LandscapingPhone Roses Tune-ups. Front End : A D I. t6TJi. MERRYa /

Alignment, and Speed ,
659.2165 QvHiway p.\J Modes of f/
Wheel Balancing ST

23 MI. S. S. of Starke on transportationchange
Hwy. 100 at Florahome PHONE 473.3083 but our
wish for
you to
gift of --
have a joyous
21 North Keystone Hts. Christmas does not. joy this Yule.


STATION WPXE 1490 KC ;t Barbecue Steaks .. Fresh Seafpod Amana Refrigeration Kitty and O. J. Murrhee Sr.

DECEMBER 24 ft3S; P M. Buffet Lunch Daily Keystone Heights Quasar TV .

Dining Room Open 7 a.m.12 p.m Insurance, Inc. I
S.E. McKAY For Take-Out Orders Call Ole Al 473-9620 Wm. L. Reynolds, Jr. PHONE 473-4551 I I.


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of the estate of Min
I OF, .. nie DBNCTA C. Strlaael.. deceaeed : that Ifertlc.* ef Ap.llea.lo. for Tax Notice e f AppHeatloa (e* Tea

JNTMNTtON TOItEGIOTER ricrrnoir. able..he Theron will supply< A. Yawn.to the Jr.v Honor County Oeee e_. .....*. F. S. Deed Ill.... 104.:''. I''
I i I I Judea of Bradford County Notice Is hereby Riven that Notice la er \\VVK, that
i Notice !. hereby < %
I of of the fallowing certificateshas er of the .
PlII'8Uant to Section 8U.QII> January 1171 for approval c.rtltia .
J 'Iorlda' BU.tut. 1965. the un- ameand for final dlaohargeu filed said certificates fora has filed said .
Issued t
I det' Ie'nod Intend to register Administrator DBNCTA of tax deed to be Issued there a tax deed to be > .
l i I the :ttollowln; fictitious name the relate, of Minnie C. Strlesol. on. The certificate) numbers mi. Th. certificate nunvbe.and h.
\\,1 i, tio-wtt deceased, on this let day: and years of Issuance the description years of Issuance. t'
" H. R. BLOCK with the of December. 1970. .of the property and .crlplon of the ltta. wd
I Cack 0If the circuit Court ,ln Charles Q. Felder the names In which It was assessed ,that names In which follow:
Flor for the estate of are a. follows: sensed are as
and for Bradford' Oounity. A. Attorney Of
Ida for the purpose" of e naM lOr> Minnie C. Strl..e1 ffcea.. Certificate No. 78. Year of Certificate No. 10. Tear
{i >* In tMitUneM' under said 11.11 Issuance 1968.DeMcrlption. of Property LotS Issuance Description ltS.of Propery Com
St. -
mama.at 119.N. Walnut The Circuit Court Of T.eplchfki a """ SoD at SW COR of NW\4 of 8WH
& I.
i,, J. BJ.. Florida MIIIIRan, 744 N. TernWe Jadlrlal C..t.1" Name. In Reynolds which.sxeiwed EST.. Lot ft.Run E) 510 ft. for FOB N CO ZOO ftlName I =iD=jlil ,;..-- =tJll-.a: =I=t fJI'h'J'r.ll: :. '''W :'=t",1II" ;19 1I =i.. :IJ .
.. tie Mae
Ave. Stark. Fla.. ranch-- Florida And Fer eradf.rCounty. POR88EC 22.602EEW _
,I lee:: holder Case No.Lou All of said< property being lathe to which, assessed Ixjt-
Dated thl. 17th d.3 of Dee Ellen Turner. Plaintiff. County of Bradford. Stateof In
I I ....beI'.A. D.. 1970 ..t Stark .".- Kenny. Franklin Turner.Defendant. Unless Florida such certificate or tie All Reynolds of said EST property being
I Bradford County. Florida< f.j certificates shall be redeemed In the County of: Bradford. SKYLINE 1971
12.17 4t Notice Of Suit
? TO: Kenny Franklin Turner according I to law. the property State of Florida. CLASSIFIED AD RATES JIMMY MOORE'S
,.1 described In such certificate Unless such certificate or MOBILE PECANS
Address Unknown HOMES
\ NOTICE OF BIDS You are hereby notified that or certificates will be sold to certificates. shall be redeemed Minimum Charge .... 1.75 SUN SPORTS
Sealed Bid wMl be receivedT the highest bidder at the courthouse according to law the prop.rtytle..crlb.d
for divorce
action ha.
to and not Inter. than 10:00: an filed ajralnst you and been are door on the first. Monday In such certificate (Cover II words) 12' 60.3.Bedroom FOR SALEShelled
1970 In the you 1971. certificates will be sold to the x
a.m. December SI. required to serve e. copy of In month of January ) MOORE BOAT FOR
office of the Buln aa Manager.Florida your written defen...... If any. which. la the 4th day of Janu-. highest bidder at. the courthouse Each word over IS-7o
State Prleon"" for thesale to< It on Elsie S. Sanders. At. art 11I71. door on the first Monday $4 095 YOUR MONEY or Unshelled'WHOLESALE
of Pine Pulpwood harvesf tome for Plaintiff whom address Dated this ilh day of Nov whichmlettheflbJdaya. of. Janoart' :SOc Extra Char.e If not Furnished .
ted by prtBon force ember. 1970.SEAL >> '
la 142 Weat Call Street
Bid forma may be securedhop Rtnrke. Florida and file the <<< ) 1971. paid In advance Starke Ph. 964-5791 RETAIL
that office.l2.17 original with the Clerk of theaboveatyled Beulah M. Moody Dated this I4h day of Nov OLIN'S MOBILE
2t 12 2' Clerk of Circuit Courtof ember. 1970.
on or DISPLAY Pecans
January. 13. 1971 : otherwise Bradford County. Florida Beulah M. MoodyDeputy Complete Outboard & Cracked
Im '' TheRlthth a judgement. may be entered 12.3. tt 13.24 ) $1.50 Per Inch HOME SALES Stern Drive Service and
OfOf Olerk
Jed .. Ct cult atralnst you for the reliefdemanded CountyFlorida 5c lb.
'.a !. And For Dr.dlo'" In the Complaint or .Bradford a Tae Cenaitr en".'Judge's". Florida. Conrt of Bradford 12.1 4t 12.26 Memorials Resolutions. Starke. Fla.-100 West Repair. Complete Fiber..

TO: Otadv. Robert seal of mid Court on Deoem Jacob. also known ss Anna Ffellee ef Apalleatloa. for. Tax built Fiberglass Fishing .Starke Fanners
also known a* Market
In RE: Petition of oeorRe bee rd. 1970. Belle Deed CARDS OF THANKS
Henry Haaen and Mildred S. (SEAL) I | Anna Belle. J. Devlin Deceases 1041 F. 8. COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cot Boats.
B....... hi* wife Inman z>. nreon Notlc.sef; hereby xlven. that 50 words or less .. ......3.00
As Clerk Of Said CourtBy Notice To CreditorsAll Mr. laro, Cummings the holder tage parents wanted. Some
You aNN notified that the Beulah M. Moody I creditors of Anna Anna Belle of the following certificate Each word over :50-7o Mauled couples. and women
shove -named Petitioner. George A. Deputy Clerk Jacob also known as has filed said certificatesfor
Henry Haa..n and IIll1dre"S. Flr""t Publication December Belle Devlin also known. as who An. a.'tax deed to he Issued Salary starts $347 per month PUMPSNEW
Haaen. his wife. have filed. 10. 1970. net Belle J. Devlin deceased thereon. The certificate number per person. S day week, 8 hour
February 8. 1970. (FAST TV & STEREO RE-
abovetyled. died on of Issuance.the FOR
11-19 tt 1S-I1 and years RENT
at Petition In the Barbara -Good! location
minorchild named In thjt In The c.....It Court of Florida County California are and the names. In which It close 1 IK, furnished: and unfurnished State Retirement, sick leave
required limits.. Discount
that they are .. !: Dahmer's
Petition and you are commanded Klchth Jndlrlnl Clrpalt !. And notified was assessed are a follows: : lapartments. W. H.
to be and appear In that. For Bradford Conaity. Case 1'1'' .. :oC file any claims or demands against Cerlflcitta No 65. Tear of Issuance Wollmnn.' vacation, etc Please apply iz\' tfchg SALES
Court on January. 88 1971 : Cindy McDavId Key Plain ttiat they may have 1966.Description. tfchg person only .Personnel Office,
why the tiff. -vi Steven Key.. Defend. estate In the Bradford of Property W! PARTS
and tohow cause Coon
WANTEDHouse full of fur.
Judite of Bunland Ceni lGap.esV'ill'8.,
Ptitltlan should not ,be granted: ant. 440 ft of NE% of flWU EX FOR SALE Oak and hardwood
the Courthouse
maY b. Notice Of Suit County. Florida. In 4A 440 ft, SQ In SFJ nUuiie' cash. Dahmer's SERVICE
otherwlae a Judgement Florida with R.W EX < tor fire Fla. An equal opportunity m- ; pay
irrantln\ "TO Steven Key. S11-5H-95I7 at Starke. SEC lR.T-S-8 R.22EName place. $10trajiii
entered aaralnat you. COR : Deep and Shallow Wells
the adoption. care of Commanding Officer in six I calendar first tpublica In which, assessed I*>t- $ delivered. Contact( ployer. tfchg Discount. tfchig
tnd thepeal U. S. Army. Bolt AFt thedate of the EST Water Softeners and
Wltnea. rnr hand of the Court ..t .Starke. : Jackson South CarotinsYou tton of this notice. Each In wrltlnc claimor All oc: said Property belne Larry O'NccJ ait 964-6200(). tfchg. 21" MOTOROLA colon TV con.
SMorW. thin are hereby notified that demand must be Counter of Bradford.. FiltersPlumbing
Bradford County. In the
and must sole like Dahmer'a Dlaconmt.
llth day of December 1>70. Ian action for divorce has Menfiled and filed In duplicate residenceand atat.. of Florida Southern Marine new. : -
; (SEAL) anal nut you and you are state the place address of of the Unless such certificate or It.t'chg' Supplies
Grwm. required to serve. a copy of post certificate shall he redeemed MARY
j Clerk tOp.th Circuit Court your written defennea.. If any. claimant, and be sworn to by according to law the' nrooertydescribed Moved To GainesvilleNew
8-TRACK discount.
, or $1
agent TAPES.
claimant .
By Beulah M. Moody to It on Flute S Sanders. At. In such certificate orertlflc
Deputy Clerk torney for Plaintiff, whose. address his attorney or It will become ,"tMi will he old to thehlgeetbidder NameGainesville pohmcr's Discount._tfchg ALL MAKES
.. to 142 West Call Street void .according to law. fit the court house
eAande a.; i n deWedf cw t '''et P. O. Box 10 Starke. Florida Dated this 2ith day of November. door on the first Monday In MarineLYNN CARTER JOURNEY TO MECCA? PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
StarksFlorida... Attorney for ;and 'file the orlginai I i with 1970. month of January. 1971. whleh'sDatdtthigy34thJdaya
Petitioners the Clerk of the above-styled -sVlvlnn McQeorveVivian : 1971. HAMILTON MGR. IF BOOKS are on your list
4t I.. before McQeonce, testatesot t November. .
11.11 Court on or January
the for Xr.ras: gIving you\ may
rn Inlatrator of Johnson Motors Cobra.
1* 19711: otherwise a judge. 1970n Boats
put may be entered airalnst Anna Belle Jacobs,Detlln.also known also .ti1ah M. Moody Ma'rlne'' PAINTSNEW !be .glad you made the trip, to PUMP & SUPPLY-CO.
tm Court 0f The COM*? JutHradferd you for the relief demanded lathe la Anna Belle Supplies
Devlin ( Gainesville: to !books in
OlFlorida. Anna Belle J. see
la ProbateIn lecea.ed. Deputy 1030 E. University Av. field In euttfJct.,! }
Witness my hand and the ot Bradford County Florida every every .-
1 Re: Estate of Minnie C.BtrlaBel. First publication on Decem- Gainesville ITEMS ..
eat of said Court on the let 13-1 oU 11.16 don ton foreign languages.' Best -
Deceased.To day of December. 1970. Her 8. 1970.
All Whom It May Concern: (SEAL) -3Daniel N. Meadows Mead. WANTED _. sellers, 75.000 paperback;: etc. LEW'S
Notice I* hereby given that Inman D. Green Daniel N. Meadows of LISTINGS WALL PAPER
ids fitrlsMl. deceaied.liaa and Holcomb. P. O Box. On Homes ete, Many beautiful books WELDING
C. Aa Clerk Of Said Court ems Avenue.. CLASP ENVELOPES all and Acrecge. Buyers SHOP
filed her Petition for By Beulah M. Moody 19U. 653 Brevard suitable, for. gifts at very muchredued
final discharge and tht Deputy ClerkFirst Cocoa Florida 32922. Attorney .!ze>.- Bradford County Tele WaitingStrout Realty, Reg. Unpainted Furniture
Ann B. Eastwood' filed. her Publication Dec 10. un for Adminletratol2.3 u U.U rarh.i Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. prices. : Whispering Pines Motel

I final. report as Administrator 11.10 it 11-11 Ph. 084-6609 Starke. Fla. Wood Graining Kit Gainesville Florida Bock, Fla.Store ph., 376-6069 Inc. I US 301 S. Phone

For all your Real Estate Opposite: University' Campus : 9648252.
i V>, K.80 Paint Remover
Needs Buy Sell Ex: 3tehg 12-24 : UTILITY TRAILERS

< ?*. /> change Appraisal' Ex. Houses Washed CUSTOM BUILT I
pert Advice on all Real GROOM AND CLIP your

T r\ i a Estate Problems Call Lawn Mowers For Rent Poodles $5.00. Call Kathy My. GAS AND ELECTRIC
BILL POWELL ers, 533-2413. Available until WELDING BRAZING

WEz .(Wt l Reg. Real Estate Broker 102 EAST BROWNLEE Jan. 3, 1971, and weekends there SHEET METAL.

jOBay< Phone 864-6464 after. ltchg TRAILER -HITCHES

Starke Plaza Starke STREET

Ucbg the scatter rugs out of dryerat

< ,, Washeterla please call Mrs.

FOR RENT12' 'wide, 2 bedroom L.D. Green, 964-6107. Itchg
BrownVolkswagen trailer outside city:

Quality liquors, imported and ....',a limits. J. B. White. 864-6114.UChrBARRETT FOR 4-Door SALE-1965 Standard,Ford 6 cyl.Custom Good SEARSHas

: wb domestic wines, for your holiday 1IIIIIJr!!!! !!! condition 4734508.& Itp tires. $475.00. Call Evertliing

enjoyment for Famous VILL BABY SIT In my home.
gifts. Thrifty prices.
Water Conditioning Wild Mallard ducks for sale. STARKEPhone

BrandLIquor. New Used I.V) Ph. 9647770. 1515 Geiger

Sales Service: 'WI. and Pump Co, Road. Itp 964.6848

j& 3&
1 MI. North of Tire Mall 130 Court Street WILL KEEP CHILDREN In my

GAINESVILLECARL Phone 964.5832PLUMBING home anytime. Monday thru

Friday. All ages. Best. of care.Phone .
Nice Stock of 964-8592. 2tp 12/31

., >.; Bf j| Bottle Collectors Water Conditionersand FOR Station SALE1957 Wagon Buick$200 cash.Estate SEWINGMACHINE.

I- Items BEGGS Pumps Phone 964-5801. Itchg


t 'y"."" (r. t Gulf ServiceUSED Sales and Rentals SALES &'SERVICEPFAFF

.*'. American Legion 5 0.year ': PARTS Repair Department I NOTICEStarke I NECCHI'
Top Prices for Wrecked Can NEW HOME UNIVERSAl
AIL' : .' Commemorative Bottles 24 Hour Service I
#* 21 Hour Wrecker Service $49.50 up
OD I and Keystone
04 p, l l U $ .., .* B.P.O. Elks 100thAnniversary l .. Fuel Oil A. J. Thomas Registered Real Heights area Customers OTHER MAKE """ACHINes.NATIONAL.

e0 0 I Used Cars Estate Broker, Specializing in
10 1 ptl) Hwy. 341) N. Waldo Appraisals for( Estates Individuals Hastings Mattressand
0ATY tl1to And Others 468-1908 and Corporate Owners. Upholstery 611 W.UNIV.AVI.
'Ii ; Atx cetie-rl real estate! 'busJneas. -

., $0o fr < Thirty Years experience 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA 378.1355

N' ,ir'. rl SEWING MACHINE Cleaned In Florida land: matters. Tel.
na r 964-5701.( Stnrke. Florida tf chg
oiled and
adjusted In your

We Meet or Beat home. 300. Vacuum cleaner WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn Is Open Again

repairs also. All work guaranteed. Crosby Lake & Crosby Lake

:1 ( :4S All Prices 1, Dennis E. Cogging Phone Inlet. Ideal For :Mobile Homes. FURNITURE Smith Plumbingand
: 4311428. tfchc Summer
Cottage Or Year- Repaired Refinished
i.ii: Round Living Supply
FOR Re-uphofstered
RENT One trailerspace.
; 4' In Starke AreaLIQUORS : Oivs Large, storage AU Lots Ready To Go-Clear

shed; one :inecihanlc shop; one ed. Graded & Leveled. NEW MATTRESSESFREE Ralford Road

.,M wurehcuse on 301 South ol Priced From $39300. Financing Phone 964.6023
Available. Call
Starke. Call Mutual 9647701.
IJuJ11.'ber1.1C. )

4 : i 964-7490 8 a.m. ,to 4 p.m. FOR SALE: Treated end ua. Collect 328.2144 Contracting and Repairs

oo tfchg treated pine .
:. and cypress lumIber Plumbing Fixtures
t / random! width and lenstti.
WATSON'S Creosoted pales railroad crossties CLASP ENVELOPES all Water Heaters

SQ GIFT WRAPPED .! 1" black! pipe for weld.I lies,- Bradford County Telegraph Water PumpsTYPEWRITERS

i House of Vacuums Ing. various shop equipment .. .

w a welders etc. Mutual Lumber .._ ________ _
Many brands of c ). .
g FREE :.. :new vacuum Company, Inc. 6 miles south ------- -41. ....e...NN...........S
Y $3900 up. Used machines: from
,,L on 301. Phone 064-7-190. Call : .
t A $10. Expert Repairs all makes. (between 8:00: .
.. 14: AJII. an: 4:00: .
nky .. Parts and Accessories for all PM. itfch? : :
f f vacuum :Built In Central vacuum .
rf .
a o cleaning systems. 712 N. ..

M Miln Gainesville 376-7110 BAIRD :

: .i,.*.jl) INTERSTATE MOBILE Home Mobile Homes : i

THE moving In Fla. 0311 9G45606.tfchg. NEW and USED : .
8.10.12' Wide : ADDING MACHINES i
GIFT FOR SALE Northern BobWhite GainesvilleGood .

.<, '' r. quail select: Ibree ers. Quality :
1 .f also Tei nesrse Reds & Blonds CALCULATORS I
'- THAT'Sr CortjmiJt & Button.E. R. Bow. Reasonably Priced :

ers Rt. 1 Box 206. Branford Gainesville 378.2785 .
e NEVER Fla. 32008. Ph. 9352185. Serviced, Guaranteed sad j .

r > 8tzhiT 1-23 Delivered in Slarke Area : Get'em While They Last! :

JUST IN time for Christmas
-> J =>j US 441 N. 450 NW 13tb : .
r. 4 w J 1 -Weaned and feaiy, calves- j

me- L'rA%** Healthy and lovable $35 and G.Inesville378.2783 Used Typewriters !

ii up. Call: Triple R Ranch 481-
f \r 2n8-l3Hnd Grove. 3tchg:! 12-24 FOR' RENT12 X 52 Mobile> \ i .

r t. .* Hume 2 bedroom:! fur -&he FOR SALE Christmas treesW. Call 864-3484 or 9646363. -$45 To $85- :

A. Stern Phone 9645614.< 2tchg 12-24 : .
Stallings Corner _2tp 12-V,

INSURANCEAT FOR SALE New brick. 3 Z Completely Reconditioned !

bedroom 2 baths living room. .

I AUTO.REDUCED FIRE. BOAT RATES dining room family room. : Royals, Remingtons i
or Conventional Financ
tl U. S. 301 S. 8 MILES PHONE 468. 1461 1r DOYLE E. CONNER ing. Contact Buford iIo! tcheU. t

INSURANCE AGENCYell Phone 964-6760. P.O. Box 238. I.. GUARANTEED TO WORK :

-Starke. tfchg Z See Them AtBradford :

i WANTED TO RENT or Lea.3 ...
iaerF rtli i bedroom 2 bath air conditioned IF WE DONT HAVE IT =
: wIR -- home. Couple with one _'U jet& It for you. Office County TelegraphPHONE !

: child. Call day 964.5101ornlght Supplies Furniture, Equip. : 961.6305
328-1830 In Palatka. Itp ment. Bradford CountyTelegraph :

TEE FrIRAPH .. DEC. 24. 1910

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