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: January 4, 1962
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: UF00027795:00486
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Park planned by Supt.Tom
,;t' Casey and his staff be-
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\ comes more of a reality
BidsTop than a dream.An .
County _

artiste concentfon of the

Six bids for construction of pair and administrative facil Educational Park has been on
the third phase of the Brad- ities. the wall In Casey's office for
AheadLooking ford-Union Area Vocational- the past three years.The school
Forging Technical Center here are under In January 1970 Phase n on superintendent has been pushing
construction was completed,totaling -
consideration by the Brad- toward completion of that dream
$56,000, and includingtwo
ford School Board, Supt. Tom for the past six years.
classrooms separate New construction already begun -
Casey and Director Ogles-
back five years to 1965 shows the Brad by. wing. Having permanent at Bradford High School
ford housing for the two VOE classes totals $215,000 and a projectto
County Commission has made strides
greab! met
The county has been awarded allowed space In the main build Phase DI of the Brad-
many challenges successfully, and is forging aheadon .M $325,000 In vo-tech funds building for drafting and an ford-Union Area Vocational-

such issues as zoning, housing, and perhaps a coun- from the State Department of electro-mechanical cluster InCont'd Technical Center will begin In

ty-wide garbage system.Five Education for construction of the very near future with$325-
Phase n of the vo-tech cen ( on Pg. 4)) 000 in vo-tech funds granted by
years ago the county; had electrical code to augment the ter. Phase in will Include a the State Department of Edu-
an old courthouse that was zoning ordinance.But horticulture dome (green cation.

bursting at the seams,the agri- Commissioner Y house), adult education classrooms BighamBegins With the 1971 building pro-
as retiring -
culture department was housedin and a commercial cook-
school construction In
Mrs. Jessie Chastaln
a former jail, and an old ing and bakery complex.
difficult Bradford County; In the past
few people realize how -
ramshackle building housed vehicle it has been over'the yearsConf a Hopefully, there will also be four years will total in excess
maintenance operations. money enough to Include a building of$3 million. New schools have

Today visitors traveling US- ( d on Pg. 4)) trades center, but that la been constructed or present
301 are greeted by a new$1,000.- h doubtful says Director Ogles- TermsWm. ones renovated or additions:
000 courthouse, a 2-story by.Base made to every center in the
33.000 square foot structure bids, opened at a spe- county.;
CountyBoard E. (Bill) BIgham of
and a new $75,000 agriculture cial meeting Dec. 22. are: "We must continue on with
Brooker, was transferred to
center. Courthouse grounds also Forest Hills Building Co., the minimum security Federal the high school." Clark said.
house a new county main- $293,127; Trlest Construction Air Force Brown Construction Co.,
Prison Camp atEglln
tenance barn. Co., $299,774;Brown Construction Gainesville, already has the
Base near Pensacola,Wednesday -
All that was accomplishedby Co., $307,445; Robert Gay steel framing up for the 215-
to start serving three five-
pledging race track revenues Construction Co., $319,000; ) 000 unit at BUS. It will consist -
that It appeared the large Harris and Harris, $322,500; year (concurrent sentences received of 10 classrooms and a

county oriented legislature MeetsMonday i-- yL A.J. Todd Construction Co., more than two years small make-shift administrative -
--- .J ago on counterfeiting charges.
would take away from small $327,477. unit.
counties. Bidders also entered proposals BIgham surrendered to fed- Upon completion of the new
Advances of the past five on four alternates, thus eral officials in Jacksonville unit, old 'C' Building, now the
years also Include a county; New Signs Welcome making a study necessary before Monday, /tending a two-year main building at the high school
zoning code In unincorporatedareas a decision could be court battle In which he sought will be torn down.In .

of the county, a housing reached. stay or reduction in sentence. Its place will eventuallygo
authority; a county sanitationlaw The Bradford County; Com- Brown entrance signs with bright yellow' lettering Board member Seeber Good- lie was held In the Duval County a new library an adminis-
a commodity; foods pro- mission will meet Monday: ,Jan. have been placed at eacH end of the county on man moved to accept the rec- t; Jail until being transferredto trative suite and a new home
gram for the needy and protests 4, at 8:30: a.m. to adjourn the US-301: by the Starke-Bradford' County Chamber of ommendation of architect Don the U.S. Marshall's officeIn economics area. School officials -
of timber firms of property 1970 board and put the 1971) Morgan that the bids be taken Tallahassee Tuesday for as yet can set no date
; assessments have been board Into session and electa Commerce.The under advisement,and the boardso committal to Eglln on Wednes- on that construction.The .

carried all the way to the Flo- new chairman. .... 0 steel posts .Here donated\ by the County .. voted. It was announced that :lay. money will come "as we
rida Supreme Court and won' commissioners Jessie Chas Commission, the'lumber by Jackson Building Supply, the contract will be awardedat Bigham lost a final fight to can find It, and may be fair-

by the county. tain and Buck Norman will be and the signs were installed last week by the County a later date. avoid prison in a hearing In ly close." Clark says.
After a 1968 week-long rainfall Road Department.Bud Initial phase of construction at Orleans on December 21 A big boost was given BUS
their final meeting.
which saw many homes serving the vo-tech center, totaling ap- before a panel of U.S. 5th Cir- construction plans last weekas
along Alligator Creek flooded Mrs. Chastaln !is retiring after Mlzell' Chamber president-elect' and John proximately $330,000, was cuit Court of Appeals Judges.The a result of ad valorem' tax
the Commission if engaged In having served contlnouslyfor Myers executive vice-president, admire one of completed In 1968. It housed assessment ratio studies which
a continuing effort to widen 2M/2 years. Elected to the large signs.It two vocational office education 47-year-old BIgham was reported Bradford County; to
fill her District 4 seat is Eddie convicted December 11 1968
the creek all the way to Rowell is the first time entrance into the county has classrooms, space for auto on be above the state average. It
Allen of Hampton.
Lake. The Board Is also attempting been donated.Trials mechanics, cooking and baking possession sale, and con- means, for Instance, $142,446
Norman was defeated in a ever
to have two additional machinery repair, electonlcs In tax equalization monies that
culverts making a total of close contest with former Board --- technology, radio and TV re- (Cont'd on Pg. 4) are virtually assured the county -
five, Installed under the South- Member George Roberts,whom _I- : t; about$35,000 more than had
Norman beat out In 1966 when
ern Railway's tracks over
the main Issue where the
Sampson Canal west of Samp- was i -r--- been expected.
$1.000,000 courthouse was to
ton Lake to take the water be located. Begin Equalization funds reach the

away faster. Roberts will take his seat school board uncommitted and
The board also has a com-
can be used at the Board's
for a second term on the com-
mittee working one building] ando mission. Allen will begin serv- : descretion. Supt. Clark Indicated : -

ing his first term. Roberts !s'i 11Ten sto It will be a good bet the"
r------- I a former chairman: of the board. Here Jan. School Board will see fit to w
New County; Clerk Gib Brown use some of those funds to:>,
1 (!fe 1 I will also be sworn In and will area ',i9l dlliirYf34I complete the present GUS unit*:'
take office Monday. He defeated cases are set for trial without borrowing money.Some *
17 burning of a dwelling owned Atei
( \ CEtiet Democrat Randy Johns In I of the Improvement funds might
when the Fall Term of Cir- by one Carnett Studer. tit
: : the second primary after Johns cuit Court convenes at the Brad- 'k tw I MA'S'1' i, '7 also go to purchase new buses
had led a field of five In the ford courthouse Monday,Jan.11, The pair is also charged with recently ordered by the board..
first primary. Brown went on breaking and entering and grand The BUS' construction was
1 at 9:30: a.m. with Judge GeorgeL.
t to defeat Refpublican Inman Patten of Starke presiding. larceny in the theft of various begun with $125.000 In capital
1 Green In the general election appliances from the Studer *v 1 outlay funds available. The e-
to win the office Heading the list will be a horn. The house on US-301 ; ? qualization funds were left unbudgeted -

t Green Is serving out the final manslaughter case In which south of Starke was apparently ipr but kept in mind for
two years of the term of Clarence Mitchell, 24. Starke, set afire to destroy evi- 7 use. If that fell through, it had
1 the late veteran Clerk CharlesA. is charged with the death of dence that the appllcances were I. been planned to borrow the
Darby. 17-year-old Henry Aaron witha missing according to the Brad- remaining funds.
1 The new board Monday will pistol last September 5. ford Sheriffs Department. .4 t trv But the Christian funds as

also appoint such ex-officio officers Mitchell Is also charged with James Clayton Gibbs, 29, and r they are called, will actually
BUS : as a county; prosecuting the robbery of Jackson's MJnlt William H. Lewis, 23, face allow the School Board to com-
I I II attorney, and attorney to Market on Madison Street on three charges each In the break- plete the new BHS wing with
to the board.In 8 and with carryinga about$90,000 left over.
Basketball Ing and entering of the Handy ..
I a brief meeting last Monday concealed weapon a .25 cal- Way Store and Waters' Grocery ti "I know the School board ,
Dec. 21, the Commission: iber pistol. In Lawtey on Nov. 2. They F 4 well enough that It won't borrow -
Action -Agreed to reimburse the His attorney In all three cas- were apprehended In the Handy ] :'r fh money If It can "be seen
I Set 1 Civil Defense budget $80 spent es is the noted criminal law- Way Store by Lawtey Marshall aA coming down the line Clark
TuctdayJV for parts for a machine In the yer SIgsbee Scruggs of Gaines- M.M. Jordan. 4 says.
I 6' 30 motor vehicle inspection station ville.
by CD Dlrectior Fran), The pair faces charges of Another future project contemplated -
V. a p.m. Williams. Two defendants Avril Walker breaking and entering with Intent y by the school administrative -
-Instructed the clerk to notify Shealey, 31, and William a felony In the Handy staff Is a special education -
Her. AgainstBakeumy Ernest Triest, contractorof Kimberly, 31, are charged with Way Store and breaking and facility; to go near the
the new courthouse, that the first degree arson In the Feb. entering with Intent to commit Middle School. Along with that
: vault door In the clerk's officeIs a felony and grand lar- Supt. Clark said school officials -
not operating satisfactorilyand ceny In Water's Grocery. Theyare ] are hopeful that a physical -
that sound comes throughan 2 ChargedIn also charged with possession education dressing and
t incorrectly installed folding of a weapon while engagedin shower facility; can be added to
The CommunityState wall In the office of Patole a criminal offense. the Middle School by using an
Starke existing wall: and building three
Supervisor Jim Bloodworth.
Bank Of Starke Gibbs and Lewis are repre-
j -Received yet another com- sented by Assistant Public Defender eight students for the first 12-week grading period are: Don- others. .
munication from the Southern DisturbanceA Jim Birr. ald Beck. Joy Sapp Linda Haas. Bonnie Trisler. Rebecca McMillan Bids are now under consideration
The Florida Bank Railway System saying that firm for the Phase Dl vo-tech
t Is processing the county's; request The session will also see two Becky Jackson Beverly Crowell and Lu Ann Thomas. unit to cost approximately
At Starker 1 for two additional cul- disturbance In which witnesses defendants, William J. Lewis $325,000. The addition will include -
verts under the railroad over said they heard several and Barbara E, Douglas triedon a horticulture dome
-And- i Sampson Canal. shots fired was reported behind adultery charges. They are DON'T DIG HOMEWORK (green house), adult education
the Golden Kettle RestaurantonSouth represented by Attorney George classrooms and a commercial
1 First Federal Savings II t Temple Avenue Manay fierce of Starke. cooking and baking facility; DIrector -

1 And Loan Assn. afternoon late, according to Other defendants set for trial Ted Oglesby !is hopeful
t Who
enough funds will be availablefor
Starke Police Chief Ken Fuqua.
Jan. 11 areTerry : 8 Earn A'sJust a building trades center,

: Will Be Closed All Day : Santa Claus? Charged Mitchell in Crawford the disturbanceare 29, and charged- with Boatwright possession, 25 of, Straight but A doubts fourth that.phase of construction -

Friday, January 1 Alvin Everett Henley, 20 both moonshine whiskey and movingor -, will be needed to complete -

Major crime took a holidayke of with Starke.disturbing Both the are charged concealing beverage with eight students of over Junior coed managed stralght- aren't given as often as they the vo-tech facility; Ogle-
New Year's Day during the Chrlstr peace by Intent to defraud state of tax. in 9-12 sby says. Space will still be
1 fighting and unlawful exhibitionof 1,000 grades earned A's In American History date used to be. The students also
t needed for
a economics
ion. but Chief of Police straight-A's for the first twelve processing, algebra n Indicated that times
-Augustus Covfcigton, 34, econo- most they
a dangerous
weapon. and to relocate
1 {{}Je (1..vnitc\JI had some dlllles" when Itcameto Witnesses reported hearing ended at Bradford High School. school hours. cosmetology units
I. minor Infractions of the law. several shots fired behind the -Leslie Crews, carrying a "Maybe about 1-1/2 hours a The stralght-A students are: from the t'SO' Building
..rataan j restaurant according to Chief concealed weapon. How much time do they put dayIf I decide to," said Rebecca Donald Beck, son of Mr. and 1968 was the big year for
t In on homework? "Do do McMillan who school construction. New round
1 r For Instance someone stolea F you has slippedto
Mrs. C.J. Beck of Starke. His
life-size Santa Claus from A hearing Is set in Starke -Jessie Vernon Grlffls, receiving any homework?" a B only three times In science schools were completed in the
A-.r.N..r subjects are phlslcal ,
1 y..a II t the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.N. Mayor's Court next Tuesday to stolen property; "Never," answered Beverly the past two years functional math, general business towns of Brooker and H imp-

1 'T.n L= t Pickering 212 Redgrave St. determine If there Is enough -James Lloyd charged with Crowell. then adding, "Well The A students agreed they Spanish psychology and! ton at a cost of approximately -
___ and burned It on a vacant lot evidence to take the matter grand larceny In the theft of maybe once In a while to study get homework It It Is assigned $240,000. First phase of
'---1 on West Madison. Into county; court as a felony. goods owned by Don R. Page. for a test" But the pretty but say homework assignments (Cont'd on Pi. 11) Cont'd on Pg. 4)


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Birthday Party Miss Houser Weds

For Shayne JohnsonLittle Mr. WilkisonIn

Grace ChurchMiss
Shayne Johnson cele-
brated his fourth birthday on
4 1 1 December 23 when his parents, Saundra Kay HouserandPaul
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson, Herman Wilkison, both of
and grandparents, Mr.and Mrs. Orlando, were married on Dec.- .Ii
Don Bagwell gave a party; for ember 24 in Grace United Meth- .I
him on their patio on Mabel odist Church Lawtey In the
Gladys Mooty Phone 964-7608 Street. lA presence of a few relatives

The patio was gayly decorated and friends. Rev. Donald Den-
t Society Editor with ballons for the occasion ton, pastor of the church per-

The birthday cake centering formed the ceremony.
__.... --"..... uJI''I' -r.1.aawa ..a the refreshment The bride was given In mar-
table i
"'..P 1 1.rr.... F' was decorated with miniaturerace riage by her brother Russell -

cars. / Houser.
The youngsters were given Charlie Wilkison, brother of
r Miss Spengler favors of horns, Party; hats, the groom served as best man. '
Complimented at and balloons and played music -k Mrs. Charlie Wilkison was t ?*
during the party hours. matron of honor.Following .
ShowerLuncheonThe the wedding, a reception ri
was held at the homeof
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wilk
former Dorisann Speng Rehearsal Supper ison In Starke.
ler with
was complimented a
The groom is the son of Mr.
kitchen shower and luncheon For Bettes-Spengler; and Mrs. Bennett. Wilkison, ,
.-, last Saturday in the Pecan Roomof t y r a
r of
.. the Garden Wedding PartyMiss M, Lawtey. P
Restaurant. The couple will reside In Or 1
The dining table was centered lando. '
with an arrangment of white ;
and blue carnations. Fourteen Dorisann Spengler and
guests enjoyed this occasion. Joseph Lee Bettes were hon- t tP UDC To Meet ,
The Mis ored at a supper party Satur-
hostesses Melody
w.T. Weeks: chapter UDC
day night following their wed-
Cuttino, Mrs. Betty Jo Guthrie,
ding rehearsal given by Miss will meet Wednesday Jan 6,
and Miss Robyn Warren pre- Spengler's brother-in-law and n.4r at 3:30 P.m. at the homo of

sented the honoree with a pressure sister Mr. and Mrs.J.C. Dukeson the president, Mrs. George Roberts ni 'A tl. I.Mt
cooker as a memento of N. Myrtle Street Sr. with Mrs. L.F. Din-

the occasion. The buffet table was covered kins and Mrs. O.L. Haynes Sr. Mt. ; ,

with a Ivory linen cloth with a as cohostesses.
Shower Given lace border and centered with
an of white y
arrangement mums
e e e
For Mrs. Bettes
The chic woman may be for
Miss Donald:on By Altar SocietyMrs. The 14 guests Included mem- given for wearing last years
To Wed bers of the wedding party, the dress, but not for espousing
Immediate families, and out- last years fashionable cause.
Mr. Sanders J.L. Bettes, the for- of-town guests.Duplicate.

mer Dorisann Spengler, was ... *

honored at a bridal shower
Mr. and Mrs. J. George Don- Tuesday night, Dec. 22, givenby Bridge Tryphenia McRae Becomes Bride flowers tied with gold ribbons. Elizabeth Liddon Matthews Weds
aldson of Wald the
} announce; members of St. Edward's A reception was held In the
engagement of their daughter: Altar Society at the home of Winners NamedMrs. church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. I
Sandra Jean, to Edwin Lee San- Mrs. Joe Gissy.Christmas Of Mr. Alivandi in Church CeremonyMiss Lenette Priest of Jacksonville William M. Meng in Methodist Church

dsrs, son of Mr. and Mrs. arrangments were greeted guests at the door and

Clyde E. Sanders of Starke. used in the party; rooms for the Lucile Davie and G.G. Allegro Tryphenla Mc- The long tapered sleeves had presented them to'the receiving Sr., and Mrs. H.C. Brown.
The bride-elect wil! be a 1971 occasion. The refreshment table Rae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ecru lace around the wrists. line composed of Mr. and MJSS Elizabeth Liddon Matthews The coffee table and punch
graduate of BUS and Mr. San- was covered with a Christ- Wrenshall were the winning M.M. McRae, became the brideof In her hair she wore an orange Mrs. McRae, the bride and daughter of Mr. and tables were covered with organdy -
dsrs graduated in 1970 from mas poinsettia cloth and cen- couple at Duplicate Bridge Abdolrazzagh Alivandi, son velvet bow with orange tulle. groom and attendants. Miss Mrs. Eugene Liddon( Matthews, cloths and outlined with
where there
m is. tered with a Christmas arrangement Tuesday night in were of Mr. and Mrs. Hoseln All She carried a bouquet of per- Dotty Rhoden kept the bride's exchanged vows with William smilax. Nosegays, repeating the
five tables
Wedding\ plans will be announced flanked by poinsettia Mrs. play.Cook and Mrs. Alivandi of Abdan, Iran, on ennial flowers tied with brown book. Michael Meng, son of Mr. and ruby red and white color
later.Crosby candle holders with white Hilda Mary second Mrs. December 17 at 7:30: p.m. in streamers. The hall was highlighted with Mrs. Paul I. Meng, of Hamp- scheme, were placed at Inter-
r candles. M.A. Baldwin Dey were Jr. and; Mrs. the First Baptist Church with Miss Rose McRae, sister of baskets of bronze mums and ton In a candlelight serviceon vals on the table.
Games with prizes were Sherrod Hamilton third Rev. Bob Cooper performingthe the bride, and Miss Vannett gladioli and fern trees. The Saturday, Dec. 19 at eight Pouring coffee were Mrs.
Home played by the 15 guests, among and Mrs. Martha were Moore and; double-ring ceremony. Priest served as bridesmaidsIn bride's table was covered with o'clock In the evening in the J.W. Kincald. Mrs S.L. Peek
Scene of Party whom was Mrs. V.J. Spengler, Mrs. Edward Burns were Decorating the altar were pedestal gowns similar to the honor white linen and centered witha First United Methodist Churchof Sr., and Mrs. W.B. Sewell.
mother of the honoree. baskets of bronze mums attendant's but In brown velvet. four-tiered wedding cake Starke. Pouring punch were Mrs.Robert -
For Youngsters The hostesses presented the fourth.The club meets Tues- and yellow gladioli. Formingthe They carried bouquets of perennial topped by cupids. This was The Rev. DeWitt T. Farabee, Nobels, Mrs. Eugene F.
honoree with a Christmas: cor- at 7:30 every in the background were branched straw flowers tied with flanked by silver candelabra pastor of the church, and the Shaw, Mrs. Emmrtt Akridge,
day night :
i Tommy Crosby Curtis sage and silver compote as a Pratt street Recreation p.m. Cen- candelabra with Ivory entwined orange streamers: with Ivory tapers. Mrs. Glenda Rev. Father James Cregan, of Mrs. Bobby Autry, and Misses -

Green and Leigh Ann Couey memento of the occasion. ter and is to bridge play- candles, palm trees, two orchid AtefehMiranl of Iran servedas Thurow of Tampa, aunt of the St. Edward's Catholic Church, Katherine Peek, Ginger
I were given a Christmas: party ers. trees in full bloom and flower girl In gown similarto bride, cut the cake and was performed the double ring cere- Bildwin, Evelyn Sinclair, and
Tuesday night of last week at six rubber trees. The family the bridal attendants', and assisted In sewing by Mrs. mony. Elaine Chance of Jacksonville.Floor .
Richard Priest W.A. Mrs. Tom King organist,accompanied -
the''home\ of Mrs.Helen Crosby. pews were marked by lighted was ring bearer. hostesses were' Mrs.
children candles decorated with bronze The punch table held two cry- Mr. Klnar. soloist
Christmas decorated a AndersonBryanThe mums and fern.Providing The bride, given In marriageby stal punch bowls encircled with In a selection of nuptial music.
: tree, heard the her father The bride given In marriageby J. Cnarles Sawyer, Mrs. T.T.
a program of nuptial wore a lovely Ivory tulle and Interspersedwith
Christmas story and sang music were Paul Faulkner Victorian gown of Ivory satin kumquats. Centering the her father, wore a formal Long, Ms. Harry Mooty, Mrs.
Christmas A
carols. highlightof wedding of Miss Mar- HI and CherleJones of Jack- faille featuring Gibson girl table was a crystal candle hold- Victorian gown of Ivory peau M.A. Baldwin Jr., M .s. Char-
Santa the Claus.evening who was had the visit stockInKSf of ian Anderson and Loyd BryanJr. sonville, soloist. sleeves and a deml-bell sil- er with an orange taper. de sole. Re-embroidered Alen- ley E. Johns, Mrs. R.P. M,:-

filled with goodies for- Bradford County Hospital announces will take place Friday night, Abraham Miranl of Iran houette. Heavy scrolls of venice Following the reception the con lace formed the l bodice: :! ,and Lendon, Mrs. Randy Johns
the 22 youngsters. Punch and the following births: Jan. 1, at 7:30: p.m. In the Mor- served as best man and the lace formed a cummer- couple left for a wedding trip Mandarin collar. The modified: Miss Lillian > Stump, Mrs.
cookies were served. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oliver gan Road Chapel with a reception ushers were Murray McRae, bund effect. The wedding band to Nassau in the Bahamas. Empire waistline, featuring a George Huggins, Mrs. J.E.

Also attending were 18 par, Brantley Starke, a son, Christopher / -,, ,In the church... .fellowshiphalL' brother of the bride, and EddieStartcil.T collar and center front had a The bride graduated from soft bow In the back, was also Hardy, Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr.,
-' -' Mrs. Francis Meng, Mrs.David
f and Santa of Alecon lace. The edge of the
ents. Assisting in Harrison, Dec. 23. ; T panel, double band of the Fe Junior College of
Mrs John C. Greene serving,were Mrs.: Mr. and Mrs. William Ed- All friends and relatives are ,,Jamie McMurtrie attended as same lace I and also completely Practical Nursing and Is now long fitted sleeves and the deep CanDva, M .s. A.N."HolHdayi
Ned Couey, Mrs. Lou Browning, ward Ralney, Lake Butler, a invited to attend. maid of honor In an orange velvet '<'i} clrcle4.) the skirt at the working at Shands Teaching hemline of the A-line' skirt Mrs. Rudolph Crawford, Mrs.
Peggy Shaller Mrs. WB.; Mun-
floor length hemline. She wore a four-tier Hospital.The were trimmed in matching lace. ,
and Linda Kaye Johns. daughter, Dec. 28. gown with high
stand-up collar of ecru lace. fingertip veil of imported silk groom graduated from Her only ornament was a pairof dy, Mrs. Edwin William Mrs.
tulle which was attached to a Farothl High School In Abadau diamond earrings. Lester Crews, Mrs. H.H. Adams -
heavy scroll of Venice lace that Iran and is attending the Uni- The chapel length veil of dou :, and Mrs. James Barron.
A tied under the chin. Her only versity of Florida, majoring ble ivory silk Illusion was edgedin Passing rice bags were Char-
ornament was a gold watch, a In nuclear engineering.They Alencon lace. The bridal lene Sawyer, lElise Jones, and
gift of the groom. She carrieda ae residing at 705 N. bouquet was a nosegay of sweet- Mary Anne Miller Also assisting -
bouquet of fall dried straw E. 10th Place In Gainesville. heart roses and stephanotis, were Misses Anne
accented with ruby colored roses Haynes, Gayle'Hatcher June
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j- 1' matching the color of the Hardy, Mary Joyce Meng Anne
I attendants' dresses. Terwillegar,:.Kay Turner, Den-
ower. 1111 9 asrs+". Mrs. Bob G. Ferguson, sis- ise Winkler, Cindy Strickland,
aa; t tr ter of the bride, and matron of and Andrea Buck, of Palatka.
honor, wore a floor length Em- Mrs! J.R.,Wainwright was reception -
pire gown of ruby velvet, chairman.
fashioned with a high necklineand Background music was pro-
waistband of Venlse lace. vided by Mrs. Tom King.

I } r"n'N' The long full sleeves termin- After the reception the cou-
e vi 9 ated in wide cuffs of matching ple left for a wedding trip to

M r.A velvet. A bow, of matching vel- South Florida.
vet was worn in her hair. The bride attended Andrew
Bridesmaids were Mrs. John College, Cuthbert, Ga., where
4 i M. Miller, of Wichita Falls, she .was a member of ZetaDelta

.F ti Texas, sister of the bride; Tau sorority, and grad-
A iA A RG A Miss Patty; Budd, of Jacksonville uated from Santa Fe Junior
a cousin of the bride; College, Gainesville.

"- e_ Miss Phyllis Meng, sister of The groom, a graduate of
i the groom; Miss Jayne Hardy, Santa Fe, is now;Attending the
,.,__.___.__._?m___- and M.ss Sandra Huggins. Miss University of Florida, where
Mary Anne Miller, niece of he is enrolled In the Collegeof
) Mr. and Mrs, John Hi adley and Mr. and Mrs. the bride, was. junior brides- Engineering. ,

Dale Brown right, were als.o chaperones) at the Little mild. They wore gowns identical They will reside at 1123 W.
si. Women's Christmas formal to that of the honor atten- Madison Street in Starke.
dant, and carried white fur

r7n.er_ ',. .11... l..JM...._ h"y=.""" .'_- .... muffs with small nosegays of
ruby sweetheart roses, miniature
i._ nr ..3- dgSrr Fuji mums, and ruby
satin loops attached to one side.
Tom Richardson Keystone
Heights served Mr. Meng as
FL best man. Ushers ware M.irty

Meng, brother of the groom;
U P Roy and Wilson Tyre Keystone
I e Heights; Wayne Blankenship,
:1 BADCOCK. .Lr 1i and Theron Hjnter.
The bride's parents were
100 STORES AND GROWING. r hosts at a reception in the n lei p
Starke Woman's Club follow-
In 1904, Mr..Badcock started with one furniture ind appliance nor. Now iI ing the reception.
1'' we've spread throughout Florida .Into South Georgia .and ware even reaching e, + Greeting guests at the door
l Into Alabama. From Ft Lauderdale to Tifton. From Daytona to Dothan. was Miss
Midge Middleton, aunt
Today there are 100 Badcock atoree. And they're' complete home furnlehlngcentera '
of the bride. Ms. William
y with name brand furniture, appliances, door covering end home entertain .' W.
ment. Everything for the home. j.*' I Hood, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs.
But that'. only a beginning. We want to keep on growing. And we think we i ,'. Charles A. Darby, and M.s. O.
will. Because we've got good p.opl., good merchandise and a greet Idee about L. Haynes, presented gueststo
pleasing' our cuatomsrs. the' receiving \line.
What does 100 stores mean to you? Complete Inventories. Wide selections of ';r.-. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Warren, left and Mr. and The bride's book was kept
Quality merchandise.. Expert service. Convenient credit, term Your guarantee of Mrs. Grant Guthrie, Jr., center, were chaperones' at by Mrs. Bob Thornton, of Jacksonville
complete customer sitisfaction., Most of all 100 pores meens super buying formal Monday and
Mrs. Theron
power. And outstanding values for the Little Women's annual Christmas!! Hun-
And now, during our 100th store you.celebration, the values ere even greater than Dec. 21. Miss Robin Warren president of the Little ter. The round table was cov- tt' 1
new' .
ever. So. stop In at' any of our 100 .tor...Take advantage of the better buy.. Women, and escort Tommy Tensly are at right. ered with a white organdy cloth
Our slogan says it best: "Badcock will treat you right over satin. An arrangement of
white 'asters and tube roses,
Little Women HostsThe at Christmas Formalmas accented Joy a magnolia and
IITAIUfMS 104 centers! with a large lighted

Lc1Z !3. Starke Woman's Club was tree. Music from dancingwas annltjrsary candle., was usedon

B the setting for the annual provided by the Sound VI. The the table. 4 e 3F

Christmas Formal given by the brations, a combo from Jack- with a bride's white table covered V
Little Women's Club on Monday sonville. organdy cloth
Dec. 21.Greeting. Mrs. William Haas and Mrs. satin, was centered
PUeiMITURei.) A PPLIANCata .FLOOR COVBHIMO.HOME .NY."YAINM.NT the invited membersand by the three-tiered wedding
Joseph D. Warren, sponsors of
HOME OFFICES AND WAREHOUSE MULBERRY FLORIDA 33x0. P. O. BOX 497 PHONE ((813)) 43S-30JS cake, topped with miniature TIM TO SAY
guests at the door were Mr. the Little Women's Club, pre-
and Mrs. Jeffrey Warren, Mr. sided at the punch table which nosegays of sweetheart roses
BILL WILSON and Mrs. Dale Brown, Mr. and was covered by a white cut- and branched tube roses. TWJ five- HIIPPJlI'701Durrance
Mrs. Lewis Guthrie and Mr. work cloth and centered with a silver candelabra
and Mrs. John Bradley, chaperones large pink and silver arrange- and holding lighted white tapers Pump
: of
sprays white
128 S. WALNUT STARKE ,- PH. 964-5289 for the evening. ment. This was flanked by silver themums and chrysan
candelabra with pink tapers.A anced the ruby rotes, bal And Supply Co.
The party rooms were de-. silver punch bowl was placedat The wedding cake.
corated in the Christmas tradi- one end of the table. cake wag cut by the .141: N. Temple
tion, with pink and silver Dancing was enjoyed from 8 bride's aunt, Mrs. II.B. M,. Phone 961-7061)
wreaths, candles and aChrist- to 12 p.m. Lendon. of Orlando; Mrs. Ile
M. Starke..FloridaT
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Arnie Hanger Jr. and son Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart. Mr. Tool ..: ,

Arnie Hanger D3, of Sails sell of Fern Park were visit of .''.
burs Md. spent Thursday, to big her rather Dr. F.E. Bol- InK .
C 'jUK;;; Sunday. with his parents, Mr., Unger on Sunday. log
and Mrs. Hanger, Sr. :
Mr. and Mrs. Charles God Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bar- frey and family of Liken S.C.
rett and daughter are visiting were holiday. guests of herpar- .
SuAb Faulkner Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stroud at ems, Mr. and Mrs.Tyler Jones. Mr.
with her cousin.peat Debra the. Firfc BaptistYotO& Jacksonville were Saturday and Virginia Beach Va. this week. They were all Christmas day of puddlns .layered
Iwb. in Ocata. Reeda ChoirEhtMamed Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ) mate Fastrj PUG
Uwifl at Ocala went the weekend Robbie Shaller. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cooper R.A. Green Jr. In Gainesville. were
visited her mother Mrs. Job- Mr. Go-Bound. p.-
with Pull
Faullmer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Gentry DIe Barrett. In Athens, Ga. S/Sgt and Mrs. Jerry Law- Mr. rlboflayln deert a, tarrtflo nladn.

< Mrs. Bessie Faxon and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Beach spent the weekend with Beach \ filling of straw-
daughter Donna of G Ine.- entertained the First Baptist and Mrs. H.C. Beall Jr. and Judith and Chrlsta Moody of Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. ban.* csnncli
Wattended the wedding of .Church Youth Choir Tuesday family in Macon Ga. Gainesville and Ruben Jara- ,
Suzanne Ford to Frank Den- evening of last week at their mllIn_and his sister. Lulsa Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Snell of '
nard In Tallahassee on Christmas home leougroup's. Mrs. D.L. Cain of Montgomery of Columbia, South Americawere West Palm Beach were Sunday with .. ...... ml er
Eve. Ala. Is spending a month holiday guests of Mr. overnight guests of Mr. and a pie flUInf. ...*
community; carolling tour, they with her son and daughter-in- and Mrs. Gerald AlMre. Ruben Mrs.Ewell Lawson.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison were served! hamburgers hot- law Mr. and Mrs. William S. Is a graduate student at Mr. direction Chill In
Sr. visited her mother. Mrs. dogs drinks and other snacks Glover..* the U. of F. working on his and Mrs. A.J. Eaves ford pudding or until
Jr.T. Hipps., in Waycross. Ga. at the Hurst home. At the closeof Master's degree In Animal were in Hollywood Sunday and .
on Christmas day. the party; a bonfire was Mr. and Mrs. James Barren Science. Monday, to attend the weddingof ... way:
lighted in the back yard and the were visiting Mr. and Mrs his niece Sandra Wroten, Oo-Round pastries
Thomas S. Williams and W. croup enjoyed Informal singing Palo Lucay In Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wro- Mrs. of pastry and some
O. Rhoden visited Mr. and and roasting marshmallows. Frlckjr and :S turday; and children were recent holiday ten to John Tankeley Jr. :
ttrs. Roy Bates In Salt Springs Assisting in serving the 80 dinner guests of Mr. and .. dessert plates, top
Saturday.Mr. teenagers attending were several Mrs. Sara Kurtz and grandson : Mrs. M.F. Chltty In Lakeland, Capt. and Mrs. Franklin Mrs. nuts or whipped
parents; Mr. and Mrs. David McRae and Brant Ga. and also of Mr. and Mrs. Ritch of Fort Rucker Ala.were Mrs.
and Mrs. W.L. Harrisonof Frank Mitchell Mrs. J.T.Pre- Turner are in Elmira N.Y. Chester Hadsock and Mr. and holiday guests of his mother, :
Waycross. Ga. and Mr. and vatt Mrs. Mary Jo Evans Mr. this reek visiting friends and lies Ralph Chltty In Valdosta, Mrs. Hazel Ritch. leans ..
and Mrs. Ralph Mrs. :3a.; lat- --
Mrs. Robert Harrison and family Bryan, 'V ..dves.Mr. -
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of Ocala were Sunday guestsof J.E. Tomlinson, Mrs. Jerry Local admittances to Branford '
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison. Gay Mr. and Mrs. Nell Tucker. and Mrs. Randall Il. County Hospital this week r
Mrs. Harry Hatcher and Chism had as recent visitors Include: Anthony Harris, Ralph
Mrs. C.S. Haddock was co- William George. their son-in-law and daughter Goodge. Mrs. L.F. Smith Sr.,
hostess at a house warming Mr. and Mrs. Herb Johnson of Miss Tamils Brown Daniel t S t tt
for her brother-in-law and slater Rockledge, who were enroute Kite, Brenda McLeod, Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Baker Farewell Party home from a conference at the Brantley Mrs. Janie Ratllff II
In Jacksonville: Sunday. Foi Billy Myrick Pentagon In Washington, D.C. Earl Searing Johnny Barden I
Mrs. Irene Brooks Mrs. Anna t At
Miss Jayne; Hardy left Tuesday Rev. and Mrs.Allen Price and Kennedy Mrs. Evelyn Rltch I
for her fourth grade teaching the Pine Level sons of Port St. Joe spent Harvey Simpson and Michael
Job at Riverside. Ga. after Members of Christmas week with her parents Waters. Starke; Mrs. Etta
a recep-
spending the holidays with her Baptist gave In the educa- Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Jor- Brownlee. Raiford; Mrs. Laura
parents Mr. and Mrs. J.E tion Sunday night following the Creenlee. Hampton; R.V. Ford, : While
Hardy. tional building dan.Mr. Melrose Mrs. Mary Dinklns,
service honoring: Billy ; tI II t
choir director,who and Mrs.Herbert Thomas Lawtey; Mrs. Agatha Whitehead -
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green and Myrick the weekend for the visited Mr. and Mrs. James Lake Butler.
son. Michael spent ChristmasEve Is leaving this Schools In McNeely and daughter In Lake-
and Christmas day with Arlington Baptist land over the weekend. I
Texas. Misses Susan Starr of Al- I .
Arlington, UTw
Mr. and Mrs R.A. Green Jr. :
Standing In the receiving line bany, Ga. and Kearsley Lang-
In Gainesville Strick RMSA Tommy Tally is homeon ford of Thomasville. Ga. are
and Mrs.John
were Rev Mr. and Mrs. Bob 15 days leave after com- Wednesday and Thursday guestsof II t tI
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gruen of land. and Billy. pleting 18 weeks of schoolingIn Miss Evelyn Sinclair. t
Miami spent Thursday to Sun- Myrick son table was Bainbridge: Md. He will report
day with Dr. and Mrs. Harry The refreshment cloth edged to the Destroyer USS Sar- Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Hood Sr.
with gold
Gruen. They all were guestsof with covered lace and a centered with a sleld at Mayport on January spent the past week with Mr. I t tt
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fender floral ar 4, and will leave for a six and Mrs. Hood Jr. In Monrae
In Gainesville Christmas day. rasa gement.Mre Thorn months cruise in the Mediter- La. "
.Jimmy -
the punch bowl. rean area. II I
Danny Brown and Mr. and ton presided t
was presented! Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson -
Mrs. J.C. Brown. Jr.and child- Mr. Myrick offering: and gifts Mr. and Mrs. Mike Early are visiting their daughter
ren spent the Christmas holi- with a love and family of Seattle, Wash Miss Beverly Patterson,
days with their parents In Baton from' the Cassels con :T8gation.will succeedMr. are spending two weeks with in Miami! for two weeks. I
Rouge, La. Dean choir director. Mr. and Mrs L.C. Early. Mr. .
Myrick as and Mrs. Ronald Early and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barn- II Passbook or Ask About t't'Certificate
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McMurray family returned to their homeIn hart of Miami and Mr. and
Glen Duboise and Gerald CoIner Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray TIL Dayton Ohio Monday after Mrs. Jack Carter and son ol I The New I
attended! a recent sales ley of Hollywood arrive!.Thursday spending the weekend with the Lake City were holiday guestsof
meeting of the Safe-Buy; Real to spend the weekend with Earlys. their parents'Mr. and Mrs. Certificatedenominations
Estate Agency at the Silver relatives. A.G. Loudon Jr. Savings t tby
Springs Shore Lodge. Mr. Mc Miss Mamie Anderson and I

Murray Is local representative Larry H. Gibson, who has Mrs. P.E. Stone Archerwere Mrs. R.A. Newsom spent the in the 10th
of the agency. been confined: In the Gainesville weekend guests of their slater holiday weekend in Lakeland
V A Hospital for two months Mrs. E.M. Davis. They all with Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Mat. I effective I
Mr. and Mr. Melton GrifQ returned home Thursday. The visited their brother.J.L.(Sam) hews and Mrs. JA. Howe. earn from
enjoyed several guestsat Gibson had as guests from Anderson in the Baptist Hospital Sovnos"0
their home Christmas day. Thursday to Monday. Mr. and on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Dawkins the 1st Jan. t tt
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Grtffls Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Merritt and daughters of Jacksonville I
and children Missy and J.R., Island. Miss Joyce Humphrey of and Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Boyd
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grlffls r>J U' ft North Port Charlotte spent the and sons of St. Petersburgwere
and rat Robert Jr., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Levon Andrews Christmas holidays with Mr. Saturday guests of Mr. t t
Cadle and son Luther Mr. and have as guests for two weeks and Mrs. J.R. Chasteen. and Mrs W.H. Nollman.
Mrs. Acre Johnson of Jacksonville : Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neill and -
and children Christy and daughter, Linda of Independence .Mrs. H.L. Brownlee who has Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Wells t
Hank. Mo. Joining the family been confined In the Methodist attended the funeral of his I .f{
on Christmas day were Mr. Hospital with a broken hip, father J.H. Wells on Dec. 23
Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Mil- and Mrs. T.J. Andrews, Mlsl has been transferred to Brad- In Pensacola. J
ler of Starke had as their Linda Andrews and Mr. am ford County; Hospital.Mrs. t ,
Christmas guests their daugh- Mrs. Jeff Andrews of Morris- Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Deaver
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and ton. R.O. Dansby and Mr. and daughters of Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. David Hodges, also of and Mrs. Micky Dansby of were weekend guests of Mr. t tI
Stafke. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gainesville are in Ozark, Ala. and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy. I
Mrs. W.E. Johnsonof
Hodges and Mrs. Llnnle Mannof Mr. and from Tuesday Thursday visiting -
Macclemy. Hlnesvllle Ga. were weekend .- Mrs. Dansby's mother Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gllsson
and guests of Mrs. Lola Johnson Mrs. Marvin Andrews. end children of Gainesville,and I The t
Mr. and Mrs. William Spen- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gllsson
were weekend Mr and Mrs. Roy Andrews and daughter of Starke were :
gler of St.Augustine and Mrs. David Christopher '
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mar-
Col. and Mrs. Christmas day dinner guests
guests of Lt. t IThe
of Fitzger
and daughters dis and daughter of Jackson-
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
V.J. Spengler. aid. Ca. spent the weekend will ville and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Albert GHssonMrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Dlnldns ward Davis and Mr. and Mrs. II
Rev. and Mrs. Marty Starling Micky Dansby of Gainesvillewere Nell McDonald and sons, the most popular f
of Lima, Peru Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Christmas day guests of Robert and C.R. McDonald of I
Mrs. Roman Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Eoline Smith were in Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dandy Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Sel- in circulation.
and Mrs. Frank Starling of Sanford over the weekend visiting don Cogdill of St. Marks were special limited
Arlington Texas are spending their children, Mr. and Col. and Mrs.T.T. Long spent holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Eisenhower t
the holidays with relatives Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and family. Wednesday to Saturday with Mr. R.P. McLendon. valuable gift just
here. and Mrs. T.T. Long Jr. and son
In Atlanta Ca. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae account of$200 : I
mat: Dave Long of Orlando were had as holiday guests, Dr. and t present account.
Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. and
the Longs. Mrs. Nellie Ives of Lake City;
Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley of .I
Airman and Mrs. R.C. Merritt Island and Mr. and I
Thornton of Jacksonville were Mrs. Glen Conner of Orlando tt A '
holiday guests of her parents and children.Mr. II I-
ITURE,1 t I\,1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty.; I
Mrs. Mooty; and Mrs. M.A. and Mrs. R.W. Under Also, A !
Baldwin Jr. visited the bill of Indlatlantic and Mr. and
j"'."' ,,": Thorntons in Jacksonville Sun- Mrs. J.S. Walker Jr. of Fort t t tt
day afternoon. Lauderdale and their childrenare
By i"+ 13 \ holiday guests of their par-
-. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mon-
.{' Miss Annette Atlanta ants
CHANGED"FURNITURE and Mr. and Flynn Mrs.of Fred crief. t I II

STYLES D. Flynn and family of Elm, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gllllng-
: N.J. are holiday guests of Rev. ham and family of Tampa will II f ft
and Mrs. John Flynn. spend the weekend with Mr. I

whittles blew machines whirred and Mrs. Guy Sale.
Factory Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ritch
noisily.. it was a new age, the Machine I 4 and daughter of Jacksonvilleand Mr. and Mrs. Bill Breland I
Age and it ushered. in a new style of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Be- DI and Dr. and Mrs. Donald t
furniture. eler and son of Orange Park Winters of Hattiesburg, Miss.
'IlI were Christmas day guests of were Sunday to Wednesday
t tI
their mother,Mrs.Grace Ritch. guests of Dr. and Mrs. H.G. I "

roti Bellinger. Mr. and Mrs. Jan
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Douglas of Louisville Ky. are 6 month
I rfT.-- :? Brown have as holiday guests, visiting Mrs. Douglas's parents I t
Rex Brown of York Pa., Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Bolllnger 1
and Mrs. Ralph Brown of Red- this week. They all celebrated year

R..er f..tat..t..,.,Ue...... ,, Norman key.Grand Ind.Forks RIgdon and AFB S/Sgt.and N.D.family and Mrs.of birthday Mrs. Charlotte on Monday.Winters' 90tf I 2 year t tI

Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas and
i Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Chltty; family, spent Christmas day with f ft
Ornament made by machinery decorated had as Christmas Eve guests, her mother, Mrs. H.H. Joiner I A
this new furniture, called Regency. Re. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown of in Winter Garden.

gency furniture is graceful and colorful, Jacksonville Mr. and Lake Mrs.City Edward t tt"
% Christmas of ; : FIRST
but where furniture before had been decorated 1 Mrs. Louella Hughes of Indianapolis THE BRADFORD t FEpEgA

with hand carving now the orna lt Ind., Mrs. Elza Good- COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1"wc
mentation was only that which could be man of Chrtsney, Ind., Blayne .I
profitably produced by machine. Goodman and daughter of En- PrtlUlfcd every TVarvtayS ;:
r terprise Ala., and Mr. and US W. Can, Street
Mrs. Fred Johnson, Mrs.Dorothy SUrke. Florid 32tf \ It
Johnson Mr.and Mrs.Jerri

BodcocJtcm Chltty., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 8 eMd Has: irtMe. paid l t .
Padgett: and Mrs. Vola Johnson tfef8
at Mark. FleridteSaheertvUea
of Starke and families. t i iI

cm* APPLIANCES Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. "
la trade area SS.N Peryerr
J.W. Klncald spent the long :
d weekend with Mr. and Mrs ; "''IS six meat*. The House of :
(Thit'It the Ft/If-Firtt In a Serial/ C.C. Hoppe and family in MtUa trade areas ...It I
C""hl".ul' B.rti C.i I..... IDSI Tampa. Per jrw j $ ." its men***
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vocational office education
Chastaln. Presentmemberlare classes, auto mechanics, farm

Miss Jessie Retires After Career Shuford Hamiltonand II Long: tain, J.M. technology radio and TV repair
1 I (Buck) Norman. and cooking and baking.

'-' A year later' secant VOE
1/I'' ''I,low It. I want to live her at what goes "on that board!" to sick leave due Mrs. turned out however, that the wing war built for $58,000i'
and die here," says Mrs. Jes- New commissioners sometimes Tom pay Harding. only thing that was left In the enabling the VC:E units to move
ale Chastaln other native Brad- have not respected the efforts Next board meeting will be end was the old courthouse. into permanept housing and the
ford>,County the retires after of the experienced board members The school board was deeded 1) school totutIn: ,> drafting and
; held Jan. 5 when the School Pi
that building with the (Cont'd
Mrs. Chastaln feels. provisothat
21 1/3 years of serving her Board will be organized for an electrOjmechanlcal cluster
people'on the Bradford County; But Miss Jessie has worked If the old building Is sold, program. .w ,
the coming J
Commission. fulltlme for the county for over year. any part of the sale price over splracy In a case InvolvIIW A new school was built at

'i'', ,Miss Jessie: as she's known 20 years. "I've enjoyed every $45.60(1( will revert to the coun- $102,000 In countorfeit$10bllls. Lawtey Elementary costing
by; most everybody in the coun- minute of It. I like to work kJF t ty.; He and Shelby D. Thrift, 47, over $ OOOOO,and utilizing the
l." ty, win sit with the Board furL with the county; because I like 4 y k P Another area in which the of Lake City; were Secret existing cafeteria and,four new
; the last time Monday morning. to work with people." 5YearReview County; Commission has proven August 24, 1965 by U.S. classrooms.,". :
f" :' I But she's retiring in grand "I thought to myself 'whoeel' hard nosed in the past few Service agents at a Lake City; The 35.0QQ sfP8re too tmIddJe
,, style.. having been honored with when I found out we had to run .. years is in the area of private bus that Big- school was;completed last in
.' Christmas! party last Wednesday from whole county.; That's the work by the road department ham was there pick up$15- 1968 costing 415000. A$100
by county; officials and hardest work she's ever done It has apparently been 000 In what he thought to be 000 BUS athleticfleldhousewaacompleted.
; employees who presented her Miss Jessie says, covering the (Cont'd from Pg. l 1)) cut out completely. $15,000 In legitimate currencyas .' -
with a silver service. entire county; in a campaign.But No longer does the county; payoff money. Other construction In the past
"I think Bradford County; is the veteran commissionerfrom to get the county; to where it haul dirt for property; owners, Swift was charged with being five years Includes a new wingat
I, doing mightly good. I can go to the Hampton district got is today. It has taken a lot grade roads or dig ditches on a lookout and was namedIn Southslde Elementary, an
I( any other county; you want to, out and worked and kept her of doing along the way. private property; without some- a conspiracy count of the addition to the library atstarke
; and I'll still take Bradford" seat. t. Downtown merchants, for Instance thing in return dig water holes, indictment. He later won a Elementary; and remodeling in
"I came out of house so ,a wanted the courthouseto or donate pipe for culverts. of acquittal
Miss Jessie says. my Ord ,_.. directed verdict 'Building at BHS.
She feels the county; has made many times so tired I couldn't remain downtown. There wasa One last vestage of quasi- on grounds that the evidence The construction has been
lift foot. But I went right ballot taken and suits private work Is the free dirt weak to '
more progress in the past 10 a last straw against him was too carried by $1.7 million In bond
:years than in th e first 10 back next morning and took up Caught completely by surprise WednesdayMiss tried in court before finally and Installation of culverts a convict monies gained by pledging race
she served on the Board. The right where I'd left off." Jessie was honored upon her retirement by the Commission bought a tract property; owner has purchased. The 5th Circuit Appellate track tax monies, plus federaland
., new $1,000,000 courthouse That's the way Miss Jessie fellow officials and employees who gave her a silver of land on north Temple Ave- The board has indicated thata Court had previously affirmed state dollars.No local funds

"' comes at the top of the list of weathered five elections, setting service and the flowers shown above. nue, seven-tenths of a mile pinching financial situation Bigham's conviction and sen- have been used on the school
accomplishments In which Miss what is bel'eved to be a With Miss Jessie are fellow hoard members Dave from the center of town and may bring about the demise of tence of three concurrent five- construction to,date.
Jessie had a hand. record for service on the county the old courthouse. this practice.A terms. He then took his
-' Miss Jessie Is also proud t; commission. ,Shuford. Ralph Bryan, and Buck Norman. It was a red hot Issue as challenge met successfully case to the U.S.Supreme Court f

I of the fact that Bradford is debt Closest election was the last different sites were pushed by so far by the Commissionis which refused a hearing. Dr. LicenseRe
I free, except for the courthouse.But In 1966 when Maurice Edwards Tits makes the best eating. things done, Miss Jessie says. various Interests, but since the suits brought by tim- The final appeals came when
race track tax monies are ]r. challenged Miss Jessie. It .'We called it hominy," she "There's no way in the worldto construction of the new court- ber companies on what were Judge Scott ordered Bighamto Examination
pledged to pay off that debt she ;took the absentees to deter- ecalls. go ahead and keeo oeoole In house was completed just overa Assessor assessments by prison on November 9. This -
points out.Many mine the winner and Miss Jes- The mlllraces were washed such a /good humor all the year ago criticism has stilled Tax Gene Long. The order war delayed until Monday ''Jan.' 1
ile kept her District 4 seat by and the Commission has been Commission backed up Long Begins
Florida counties Miss away in a flood and Mrs. Ro- time. You just have to do the and by arguments presentedto
Jessie points out cannot claim 3 votes. berts decided it would be too best you can." repeatedly complimented on the engaged County; Attorney the appellate court in New
One thing Miss Jessie laments facility.; T.A. Yawn to represent the Re-examination program for
such financial Independjnce.; expensive to rebuild. Miss Jessie has lived alone Orleans.
Roads she worked to have nd is glad to be out of is the Mrs. Chastain remembers on Bedford Lake for the past Wisdom of buying the county; county; against a battery of tIm- The appeals sought probationfor all Florida drivers born In an

paved and graded, e-ipeclally elections because, she says, so that her husband,who wasserv seven years and has sold her tract became apparent when it ber firm lawyers. Bigham, and were supported odd-numbered year and with
In the Santa Fe L'.ke area, nuch "dirty; work" goes on. ng his second term on the home In Hampton. Her favorite was necessary to build a new Yawn won a three-day trial by a number of letters and last names beginning with A-M
are another thing to which Miss "If I'd had to do it that ommlsslon when he died, pasttlmo is fishing. county; maintenance barn and a before Circuit Judge John A.H. petitions from public officials will begin Jan. l lReexamination 1.

Jessie, points with pride. She vay 1 wouldn't have done it!" 'orked hard to get SR-I8 from "I'm going to do some of it," motor vehicle Inspection sta- One Murphree on 1965-66-67 suits. in Union, Bradford, Alachua, of all the
;ihe states. tion. Land was available for the timber appealed the decisl'on state's drivers Is required
points with satisfaction to the Hampton to SR-100 caved."That's she says. and Levy counties. Other supporting under -
"You say /ou'd do the bestou additional buildings and had but the Florida Supreme a Florida law passed in the
fact that three Is a paved hIgh- a road he really But Miss Jessie says she'll letters were from Big-
way, completed last year, could but you wouldn't pro- fought for, they needed it so always have time to help her been purchased at a lower cost Court Additional upheld Judge Murphree. ham's associates in TransGulf last session of the Florida LegIslature -
around the south and east sides ilse you weren't sure you could badly," she says. "They were county In any way she can, U than some other sites could suits on 1968-69-70 Industries, a proposed development Central issuance of
) at a cost 'of over $200,000. eep," Mrs. Chastain says. putting rock on the road when she's asked. probably have been. timber assessments are before on the cross-state barge drivers' licenses began last
Another big stride forward "I appreciate the votes I got." he died" "If there's anything I can County agriculture Interests Judge Mjrphree now, awaiting canal In Levy County.In July 1 1. Florida Is one of the
which Miss Jessie is proud to Usa Jessie says. "I know I She remembers her husbandas do, In any way..." also got a facility; all their own, his decision. Attorney Yawn has stating Blsrham's m Importance last states, to begin central
.have had a hand in is the county; ,ot them by working for them." being a top-notch furnitureand something that had been onlya requested a summary; judge- to TransGulf, his attor- issuance and re-examination.
life insurance salesman. dream prior to pledging the ment of the new suits in viewof ney, Thomas A. Larkin, cre- Basis of.,the;law if that
z l code recently adopted.
race track monies. The$75,000 the outcome of the original drivers must be
Tom Chastain had a "way with dited Bigham with raising a reexaminedevery
"Jt e'd had that severalyears
.. could have saveda Childhood in the 20's in Lake people" and that's what Miss Vo-Tech Bids facility is located at the Brad- suits. good portion of the"million anda four,years in their birth
we Another
let of ago butler in what was then partif Jessie credits with getting her ford County; Fairgrounds, partof milestone came when hair' dollars raised to date month. The re-examination includes -
right-of-way Florida
;tthei veteran county; commis-money Bradford County; taught Miss husband elected to the com- (Cont'd from Pg. 1)), the large agricultural com- the home rule Legislature bill. The passeda Com- for the development. Larkin road signs, vision, and
: ,s"- states. The zoning code //essle how to work. She was mission in 1942. plex. also revealed in his argumentsthat hearing, according to Examiner
'' me of twelve children and each Other tangible Items pur- mission suddenly found itself efforts were under Joanna Fowler. It has beena
"He had no enemies, blackor move for the current term. way
:twill aoso keep a shack from with
had their chores on theirmother's white." Miss Jessie remembers Phase IV of construction chased by the Board Include new powers. for TransGulf to "go public"in law for ,several years that
,being erected next to a nice Protests residentsthat
, cattle farm."I election which will Increasingly efficient machinery by county; stock sales. The firm was licenses be renewed each two
t home and will keep junk yards one when a Hamp be necessary to housea the
p :off the county's; highways, she was raised on cattle." ton man, Harace Mays, worked home economics unit and to for the Road Department burgeoning poultry Industry organized to take over a longtime years In the birth month. Per-
Miss Jessie who lost her such as two new draglines, on locally about poor sani- born In oddnumberedyear
points out. says against her husband After Mr. relocate the date processingand project to construct a sons an
\ father, Enoch Roberts, six Chastain won he graded a road cosmotology classes now wheels! to dig ditches; a motor tation practices on the part of barge port on the canal at report every odd year
.' months before she was born. directly up to Mr. May's front housed in the USO. grader, and a mower mountedon some producers repeatedly Inglis. and persons born in an even-
Miss Jessie can rememberwell But her mother kept the farm, door. In other actions, the board: a grader and used to clear reached the Board. Complaintsabout Company officials, Including numbered year report each e-
when she was appointedto Buying her first herd of cattle "That's the way he handled -Recognized the additional road sides with its long arm. flies and the dumping of Larkin and Buren Brice, of ven numbered year in their birth
the board In 1949, to fill out with in Latest addition to the Road Department dead animals Increased. -
$1,500 burled gold, sell- things, Miss Jessie says. She work of James Grlffls In commodity Bronson, have given Bigham month.
the term of her late husband ing at a profit and buying more evidently learned her lesson : distribution and Increased Is the purchase of Finally the Commission and principal credit for organiza- The change Is that every other
;)l'bomas C. Chastain Sr., the :cattle. well. Miss Jessie is known as his salary In the a- four new dump trucks. the newly organized North Flo- tional and promotional workon time a person reports for renewal
county; didn't even have a bull- Mrs. Roberts at time At the same time, the Com- rida Poultry Producers Association -
one a board member who keeps her mount of $50 per month effective the project. he must be re-examined.
dozer. Commissioners then ran owned several farms and word and who always has time Jan 1. mission has managed, with got together and workedout In his arguments, Larkin also Drivers should receive a renewal -
'from districts and earned $50 shipped cattle each spring by to talk to anybody. -Authorized payment of great effort at times, to hold a county-wide; sanitation referred to a petition In Big- from the Division DrIv-
per month. the car load, something Miss "You can always talk. It's $19,657 to Brown Construction its tax levy Increase to only row, which covers the product- ham's behalf which he said was ers Licenses In Tallahassee,
"We worked so hard to get Jessie remembers well. She Just in reason," Miss Jessie Co. for work at Bradford High 1.629 mills over the past five on and maintenance of all live signed by ,."over 90 percentof but if they do not drivers should

little by little, to get where also remembers a grist mill says today. There's no use School upon recommendation of years. In 1966 the levy for stock.A the adult people In this com- remember to report for renewal -
wei, are." But Miss Jessie ad- MI one of her mother's farms getting made and blessing peo Morgan. operations was 6.678mills, this thorny problemzoning- munity"; Brooker( ). "And In the in their'bTrth month on the

pUts. to being "spell bound" and claims now water ground ple out. That's no way to get -Instructed Supt. Tom Casey year The it board reached has 8.307 beeri/ mills.aided :ame il two up years again ago and the again Commission un-- small town of Brooker" ,you can't day nearest to their birth date,
much he according to
very added. Miss Folwer.
by the pledging of racing funds appointed a zoning In denying the appeals Judge Those reporting late will be
., for $1 million in constructionfunds ,:ommlttee to tackle the' prob- v ,,
Scott reminded '
defense charged
attor- : $1 delinquent fee.
lem. It took of, work
and fact that a mill has years
,l, neys that Bigham would be eli- The''diivers''Ucense'division "
until John Torode locale
increased In value to approxi- finally -
gible parole at at
any time the'Starke'Florida'Highway:
Shell Oil dealers and bus- !
mately 45000.
the U.S. Board of Parole Patrol Station
might is open five days !
A thorn in the Commission'sside inessman, took chairmanship of
deem he was ready for release per week, Monday through Fri-
James Robison all during construction of the committee and saw a zon-
; day, from 8 until
the new courthouse was School ing code ground out. a.m. noon,
Judge Scott added and I
Supt. Tom Casey, who asked Recently, the' Board in an a provision pjn. to 4:30: p.m. Phone
by which federal
parole author- number of the license division
adopted the code
repeatedly that School Board open
offices be included in the new and now for the first time un- lilies may: release Bigham at Is 964-8707;tffr"
: CRUSADE FOR CHRIST courthouse or that the School 'ncorporated areas of the coun- their pleasure. A court official Bradford County has a totalof
i noted that this could come 4,483 persons driver's
Board be given funds to build ty come under zoning regula- holding
-' ., Its own offices. tions. Much work still remainson at any time after committal, licenses. Half those will
based on whether the parole have to renew each '
the Issue Torode year.
L Casey was strung along with zoning board felt that Bigham had been
the answer that the school sys- says; namely the adoption of
,. tem would be given funds If sanitary regulations, an electrical -
any were left when the county; and building code, and Jacksonville(
the writing of some exceptionsto .
had finished the courthouse. It the code.
Then about six months ago, Complete

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL the Commission began a move School BusinessDirectory'
which may eventually end up .
GLOVER 'with a low-rent housing pro- :
ject for the county.; A Housing (Cont'd from Pg. 1))
:. AUDITORIUM. ELECTRIC Authority; has been appointedand

is now active. At present the vo-tech center was com-
Complete Repair an application for the projectis pleted costing 330,000 for two

ServiceWIRINGHEATING: in process.A Auto Sales and Service
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AIR CONDITIONING Commission using county; road Parrish MotorsSALES
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24 HOURS two It is still In
years. operation RULLINGTON'SJANUARY.
: a 964-8835 but soon will be augmented .
_( f with a food stamp program SERVICE!:

Mrs. Chastain, who has sat PARTS
< on the Commission for over 21 Miss
Sue Douglas -
the Board has made -
__ years says
-. more progress In the past five Always Good Used Can
t \ ,.:. ... years than in the past 20years. BULLINGTON'SPHOTOGRAPHY Ml Lairs St. "':'' Fb. 358-5(54

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Hampton; Officials I BEULAH BAPTIST r Duncan of Gainesville, Mrs. Jimmy Williams arrived Sunday -
Host WATCH NIGHT T.F. Brown and Mrs. M.L. last week to spend the holi- Miss Sharon Brown spent last Susan Dval visited friends Mr. and Mrs. Steven Nash
ChildrenAt HAMPTON Watterson of Hampton, and Mr.. daya with his parents. Mr. and week In Ft Pierce and her at Lake" Panasofkee 'near of Atlanta spent the Chrlst-
Mrs. Frank parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Leesburg tor several days this mas weekend here with the
Watch: night service will be and Mrs. George Turner of Williams,and other
Yule Brown, left Christmas '
Party held Dec. 31 at the Beulah By Mrs. D. 8. HOI Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. S.,, relatives here. He has been at-' spend the weekend In Ft.Pierce day to week. Jeff Baker family.
Baptist Church. Clay; E. Kennedy> of Keystone Heights tending! Wichita State College and bring Sharon back. Mr. andMrs.
I '1" 4 and Junior of Graham in WIchita Kansas.
weroedlatrlbubed:$ df.and! candy Coup beginning at 8 pun.. Dyal were Ed David of Williston
'at a Chrtst5JM Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and recent visitors at the Wynn Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall Mr. were Christmas dinner guests

party; In Hampton last There trllhbe special sing daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. home. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen and here at the Browns and Mrs. ,-r,..."."
Tuesday, Dec. 22. sponsored log with the Week's Family Roy Beckwith In Gainesville Mrs. Margaret Crawford attended MIna Beckham went home with i
by 1m Hampton fib Council and The Sentimental and and Mr. and .Mrs. W.F. May Mrs. T.F. Brown, and Mr. the 50th Wedding Anniversary them to spend the weekend with a
and Mayor. Willard. Thomaa. others. The evening message' near Trenton Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown and reception for Mr. and her granddaughter i 1
The council and eel*, and Mrs J.H. Day oft, family of Orange Park spent Mrs. R.O. Copeland In Valdosta -
bratod thefts recant cam baa will be brought by Kev. West, Plant City; were visiting here Christmas Day with Mr. and last Sunday; ',
come after a stomp. three >pastor of KIngsley Lake Baptist for the Christmas holidays with Mrs. H.L. Ownbey at Keystone

months with city charter ones- Church.: RefreshmentS will Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Matchett,, Heights. Sunday visitors with t rp e
flora and the dump closing. be served Everyone >Is cordially and Mrs. Frances Wadsworth.Mr. Mrs. Brown here were Mrs.
Tuesday the town'a offlclala > invited to attend. and Mrs C.R. Hicks and':. Hilda Griffith of Starke and t
entertained children with a mlt t family were Christmas hoII-I Ann Griffith of Kansas City.;

from Santa Claus In party at ner guests of her parents. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Gray of ,, ,.
City Hall 'Tm The Creratt. Cnvrt ef Fler1.a and Mrs. J.L. Dykes at Santa Tampa visited last Tuesday with
Kla-ath Jnilflml c......... la And F. Lake. Mrs. Brown. 'eaM
Cindy"MtDav1dn"Ko'ra. c:"pTalntT' II y.I ,
tiff. -y.. 8ter.n8ere. Dot.nd- J.B. Rowell Jr. of Marlon Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Saxon nNe..r At' v. ? %
*"*- S.C. visited at Hampton Lake
.The mmtjmta; dew the Notice Of Butt with his and family spent the Christmas i /
'Tat\ uncle and aunt, Mr. es
Steven Keys. Ill tMletoars weekend in Eau Gallic 1NQui
Meeksayjk*>_weremanW of Commanding Officer, and Mrs. L.A. Wynn from
for fetter ,. tr. .. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
erlreeeee: ta sk*. : Army. Box A Thursday to Saturday of last
... Tt. Jackson South Carolina; A.G. Pope.
idkt IB ......: threat Ton are hereby notified 'that week. Other visitors over the
wetbaD ramie aa4 seep spec.a1. Ian action for divorce has been ]holidays included Mr.. Ted
filed aa-alnat you and you are .
equlred to - - '-- - -
swrve a copy ofyour
written defXnnea. Jt any. -
to It on Klsle A. Sanders.' Attorney

**.Oaa. OC.tk* Canary JedRr, drees to for 141West Plaintiff Call whose Street.ad- free Estimates .
Bfadfanl CvmmtT. State Ol P. O. Box 106. Starke FlorMa. Satisfaction Guaranteed ,< \ '
Florida. !. Probate and ells the original' : i with \ Qrf
In Has Octets! of *Umnla C. the Clerk of the abovatvled
BtrUael Deceased. Court on or before. January
To All Whom It May .-Concern It. 1171 j Otherwise. ''a AdRStnent
Notice to II..Iy_ that may be entered. axalnnt. STANLEY LYONS
ere C. BtrlaeeV.deceased.. you for the relief demanded lathe
Lae: filed her Petition for t 1"Best
final dlacharc and thait Witness Complaint.mv hand and theaeal .r Contract Painting r.< WarDIXIE (9't-eQRngs
Ann B. Eastwood filed her of said Court on final report a* Administrator of December 1170. MACCLENNY. FLORIDAP.
DBNCTA of the etate of Mln- SEAL) nlessln ;s l Wishes
ale C. etrlseel. deceased : that ,
Inman D. Green health
she wUl e.pply to the Honor* A* Clerk Of Raid Court. for lhecoming;;) happiness and success
able Theron A. Tawn. Jr..County o P.V B Judge of Bradford County. Deputy Clerk Box 31 9 3OR4ur year yours may good
Florida. on the .ZLh d.y of First Publication Dee 1" U10 friends always surround
January: 1171. for approval ofam 11-10 it 11-11 you.
and for final dischargeae '

.the Administrator relate ""f Mlnnl DBNCTA C. Strls-of POULTRY Morgan's Beauty EDWARDS GROCERY & MARKET
eel. deceased. on this let day
of December. 1970.CharUe *< SUPPLY
O. Felder r mfiuii' ANDBarber Jack & Gladys! Kdwardu:
As Attorney: for the ,estate of .
864 N.
Iflnol C. Su..*...... deeeaeed. i TEMPLE
11-10 .t tsar Shop I.S.:101: South
f. The CI.-C..1't;:;; Of 71e M
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Caw No.. .
Lou Rllen Tamer. Plaintiff.TS / '
Kenny. Frank>>a Turner. /
Defendant.Notice. .
Of !Suit! 1.4

Addren TO: Kenny Unknown PraitWIn- Turner ,. AFfERCHRlSMASWS ] y Q
You are hereby notified thatan Whirlpool ; R ,
action for divorce ha. been ..
filed airalnst von and :you are ,
required to serve a copy of. ,
your, written defenwii. *f an..,. 1. aSU w.ti
to It on Elsie t", S' Sanders' Attorney .
for Plulntlff' whom. ad- r '' -- .
dreee 1 te 141 'West. Call Atre.... 1.. -
Brarke. Florida. and file the : -
original with the Clerk of the % .hI VD ::2,' r
above-Btylcd Court nn or De.Mre mm O.i
JaniMirv 1A. IeTli oth erw1u I J -
a jiidrementmay be entered >. '--
__lnirt you for the relief. "
demanded In the Complaint or ,
Petition.WltnejM. a
mv hand and the :, r
Kal. of 0nld, Court oa Deoem- T 92* \
> Xrd.; 1179. :
Inman D. Oree and the best of [ IIvm1
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Gave Name to Camp lion Hospitalization and prescribed GLOVER _

SundaySaturday Dies In Bartow Goes To, 1,270 recipients medicine of old services age assltance got to, ELECTRIC JlJ. '
j FaD HuskyJct
I on Saturday, In November with aid to dependent the blind chldren., aid to families unduld CompleteRepair
Retired Cello Albert H.Bland-
:-Saturday Ing, former commander of the to the permanently: and totally Service WATER SYSTEMWon't f
: or Sunday, traditional Hartnett said that the state.
I National Guard, and the Financial assistance totaling disabled. A lose primeWon't
days of relaxation and worship of Louisiana recently turned Florida /yiRJNG.IIEATINGAIRCONDmOJflNG a e
become "voting man for whom Camp Blending $49,2911'J8a' provided 1.270per- o. .
may out 80.7 cent of the
per voter
days" If a l legislative bill, pre- for a weekend prlmrr."That's was named, died Saturday,Dec. sons In Bradford' County In Nursing home care Is purchased -' waterlog;,
i SUed by State Rep.Robert Hart- a far cry from Florida's 26, In Bartow his home. He November by the Florida. Division .- for the aged, blind, 24 HOURS reliant
toett, of Miami, becomes law. 50 cent," he said. was 96 years of age. of Family Services. and disabled. 964-8835
per ; Cello Assistance went to 1,275 persons ; inside and 014
I I The bill would require a statewide A native of Lyons, Iowa ,
referendum so Florida voters A number foreign countries Blending moved to Florida at ,In Clay County In Nov "S
may choose between Satur average better than 90 oar cent the age of two. A veteran of ember and cost the state $38- installation' VICe!
.day or Sunday elections and the turnout for weekend elections World War I and the Mexican 312. Assistance totaling$16,268 Now' I* thm tint to' available :. '&'
I traditional election Hartnett said. He cited Aus border skirmishes, he became went to 454 persons In Baker .
I, Door orchs & SIHzew.y.PROTECTION twofbneappliance
cover / Beautiful
.day. I Would require a constitutional 94; The Netherlands, 92; and Guard In 1936. He retired In $19.182 went to 486 persons. In JI, VVTHTER-LON fjnlsh! !:(
, 1940 with the rank of lleutjn- Union County i
; amendment. Luxembourg, 96. V i
Hartnett believes that voter ant'general. Across the state 342,962 aged,"' IJTM plastic Made and sold j)'.'with(
participation would be greatly Some leading clergymen from Camp Blandlng named In blind disabled persons and Dependability.SEE .
Increased election both the Roman Catholic and the his dependent children 'received
by moving honor, Is a 72.000-acre bl"DURRANCE' '
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I day to the weekend. Protestant churches have en- facility east of Starke and was aid. Welfare checks to needy
1 "Right now, voting In Florida dorsed Hie weekend voting pro .one of the largest Infantry trainIng persons totalled $II,169.951w1th 3 a toot f
Hartnett said. the state paying$2.655,856 and ONLY 3t dc. tins
j orjmaries In lat an all-time posal centers during World WarS. .
The Dade County representative the remalnlng$8,514,094paldby Also In 4 h width
low, the Mlan>tan said. 1 n.
has tried twice before, matching Federal grants.- Pump & Supply;
firmly believe. that weekend primaries 0. IM,FLEX0GLASSr irs so usr a re. as b mIf
will without success, to get a weekend Average payment oeroernor.
people the opportunity give many to to election bill through the Much of the unrest In the was' : aged $53.54 blind$68.53, far itr than polyethylene 341' N. TEMPLE,, 9B1-7061'- -' rat.
I, the voting booth and exerdse go Legislature."I world may be caused by hip- totally disabled$66.71, and dependent It's th.on lasticwindow materieliUARAMTEEP OUR SERVICE IS CERTAIN sal.....n
one of the basic liberties ofthis haven't been successfulIn pies and tourists'desperatelytrying children$23.77j G w... .....Chlc.|S ao.lr 11 VI
country." getting It as a straight law, to find (someplacewhere In addition to welfare checks 2 FULL YEARS Pioneers,In rustic Since 1924/ tlm211
he said, "so I thought I'd do they encounter many recipients also benefited
won'tI At HardwaH aiM Lumber Dealers Everywhere aSeer'
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Taxes have been paid on 1970 Mrs. W.D., Melson., $5,000. derson to Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moody. 13063. Dewey McClellan to Mr. and Terwlllegar, 20000. Four lots and portions to A parcel of land on SR-180.
Bradford County; property; 11.82 acres from Mr. and Williams, $4,500. 3 lots In Starke from Mr. Mrs. David Edward Crow $1- A parcel of land on the old five more in Temple's Addition from Clifford W. Prevatt to.,
transactions totaling $2.351. Mrs. John D. Odom HI, to Mr. 2 lots In "Seminole Ridge" and Mrs. Hubert Cooper to 500.One Lawtey Rd., from Mr. and Mrs. to Starke Inventory' of Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Carnes of
722. according to deeds filed and Mrs. Robert L. Futch and from The Ott Corp. to Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harmon P. Morgan lot of Temple's additionto E.W. Williams to Slade Home Starke Motor Court), from Mr. Charleston, West VIrginia $l I..-
in the office of the county; clerk. Gerald Blankenshlp $8,800. Mrs. J.L. Johnson. 2000. 4400. Starke from The American Services Inc. of Jacksonville and Mrs. B.C. Bastock to Mr. 340.A
Land sales actually totaled 9.2 acres west of SR 200 3 lots in Carllotta from the A parcel of land from Gladys Oil Co. to Lacy C. Conway. 1500. and Mrs. L.O. TurnbaU $142.- parcel of land on SR-L3-'
over 2.35: million since only from Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Grif- Dania Bank of Dante Fla. to Harrington Christy; and her husband 5500. A timber deed from the Es- from Mr. and Mrs E.C. Camp
transactions on which tax fls and Mr. and Mrs. G. Tal- Mr and Mrs. C.P. Bias of C.N. Christy; and Mr. One lot In Plnehaven from Mr. tate of Luther C. Powell to 000.Two lots from the Estate bell to Mr. and Mrs. D.L,.'
stamps were purchased for bi to Mr. and Mrs. G.Q. Cros- Brooker $11,150. and Mrs. James D. Seymourto and Mrs. R.W. Geiger to Mr. The Container Corp. of America of W.L. Knight to Starke Builder Games. 13400.
$1,000 during the past year. ley 5500. Lot 12 at Indian Beach from Palmer Williams and Ed- and Mrs. R.R. Chlsm 5500. 1600. Supplies Inc., 2000. A parcel of land on SR-B.
Editor's Note: 100 of the 2 lots in Indian Beach S/D Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Shaughnessy win Williams 2400. Two lots In Corllotta, from A parcel of land on SR-100 A parcel of land containing from Charles James Prevatt
244 transactions are listed from Victoria A. Williams to toLoyreeP. LaNIer 12900. A parcel of land from Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Corl of from Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Mc- 40 acres from Mr. and Mrs. of New York N.Y. to Mr. and
here. The remaining 144 sales Mr. and Mrs. Gene D. Adamsof 24 acres on SR 225 from Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Torode to Mr. Pasco Co. to Mr. and Mrs. Murray to Mr. and Mrs. R.E. T.G. Rltch to the ITT Rayonler Mrs. D.L. Carnes of Charleston '
will be listed In a future edition Melrose 25500.: and Mrs. Russell Carter to and Mrs. Arthur Brock, 1900. C.C. Melvin $1,200. Hanks 3500. Incorporated of Fernandlna W.Va.. 13366.
of The Telegraph). 25: acres from Mr. and Mrs. John P. Steyer $7,200. Land from Mr.and Mrs.RalphE. 4.67 acres of land from Mr. A lot In Keystone Club Estates Beach 11700. A lot at Sampson Lake Shores.
1.01 acres of land from Mr. W.W. Parrish to Mr. and Mrs. Four lots in Starke from Halbert to Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J.B. Ryals of Calla- from Mr. and Mrs. C.P. 1/2 a lot In the Carl Voll- from Arnold Middleton and Doris -
and Mrs. Emory Lewis to Mr. J.T. Parrlsh. 1200. the Estate of W.B. Parks to the Sherman D. Newman: 6500.: han to Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Crawford to Mr. and Mrs.' C. kopf S/D from Mr. and Mrs. Middleton to Mr. and MM,'
and Mrs. Donald L. Griffith A lot In Saratoga Heights Bradford County Library Build Parcel of land from Mr. and Alderman 5000. Auther. 10180. G.R. Carter to Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Brown, $3,300. :
4000. from Mr. and Mrs. J. San- ing Committee Inc., 8000. Mrs. J.D. Odom to Mr. and A lot at the Intersection of A lot east of the Woodlawn J.W. Heard of Jacksonville A lot of the ...M. Johns Subdivision
4 lots of land from Lula W. ders, to Mr. and Mrs. C.M. A lot on Bessent Rd., from Mrs. Lawrence T.Oglesby$12- Madison St. and Adams! St., Subdivision from C.W. Barn- $7,333. from Mr. and Mrs.
Sparks to Mr. and Mrs. John Goodwins. 17500. E.M. Cox to Mr. and Mrs. 000., from the Estate of Nell R. hill to Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Poland Seven lots In the Livingston, W.F. Rosser to Mr. and Mrs.
nie D. Sumner 1200. 2 lots In Lawtey, from Jew- B.L. Hamilton 25500. Land from Mr. and Mrs. Andrews to Mr. and Mrs. C. 5500. Truby and Company's Subdivision C.L. Early of Anna. HI J. 1400.
34 acres from Mr. and Mrs. ell T. Roberts to Mr. and Mrs. 3 acres from Edna Hagan to from Mr. and Mrs. Elva A lot In Keystone Club Estates
Harold Rhoden to Mr. and Mrs. L. Thornton $12.500. M... and Mrs. Joseph C. Ha- Hampton to Mr. and Mrs. E.M. from' Mr. and Mrs. E.F.,
William R. Watson, 24800. Acreage In the NW 1/4 of the gan of Melrose $2,600. ', Lewis. $4,000. Aiken to Mr. and Mrs. R.R..
34 acres from Viola Allento County from Mr. and Mrs. N.L. Land from Jake Griffin, One lot In East Lawtey from Clare of Melrose $11,800.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Modling to Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Gainesville to Maybell Powell, I.. .. Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Hobbs to A parcel of land along SR-.
Watson $24,800.A Griffith 12500. 2000. Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Waters 230 from Mr. and Mrs. N.L.
lot In New Hampton Beach Parcel of land on SR 100 A parcel of land from Mr. $8,000. Woodburn to Mr. and Mrs. J.L.;;
from A.J. Thomas and E.M. In the city of Starke from Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lamar Johnsto One lot In New Hampton Beach Bradley $3.300.Services .
Thomas to G.Q. Crosley and and Mrs. E.E. Reddock and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. from Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Thomas -
L.B. Crosley, 5000.: Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Adams to Jones $10,100. to Mr. and Mrs. M.J.
2 lots in Temples Additionto Mr. and Mrs. Conley S. Bush Land In Saratoga Heights from Dunn $5.500. Held
the town of Starke from I. 10500. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. StL.- A parcel of land north of For G. T. Givens
Marlowe and JH. 'Marlowe to 13 acres in Woodlawn from net to Mr. and Mrs. RobertE. SR-100A from Mr. and Mrs.
V. GIngras and A. Gingras, Paul W. Walters to Mr. and Allen Jr. $11,100.A A.H. Williams to Mr. and Mrs. Of Lake Geneva
$5,900.A: Mrs. Horace M. Redding, $11- parcel of land from Mr. S.J. O'Steen $3.000.
parcel of land In the Tem- 866.A. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hamilton Two lots In Starke from Mr. G. Todd Givens 68, sales
ple Mill Subdivision from HousIng lot In Peck's Addition to to James Marvin Rogers and Mrs. C.N. Goldwire to J. manager of an automotive firm.
Development Corp. to M.L. Starke from the Executor of $3,000. Warren Carver 7500. died Monday at his home In Lake
McCauley and S.G. McCauley. the Estate of Charles E. Land from Mutual Lumber Half a lot at Indian Beach Geneva after a sudden lllnesg.;
8000. Knight to Mr. and Mrs. JosephH. Company Inc. to Mr. and Mrs. from Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Shaw- He was born In West Union,
2.26 acres on SR 100 from McGee 3000. Frederick S. Jones, 25000. ver to Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Andrews W. Va. on Feb. 10, 1902 and
Hollis V. Knight and J. Knightto Land from Mr. and Mrs. 5000.: was a member of the Presbyterian .
J.C. Simmons and M. Sim- A parcel of land West of Frederick S. Jones to Mr. A parcel of land from Mr. Church.
mons, 2100. SR 200, from Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Earl F. Jones and Mrs. F.S. Smith to James Surviving are his wife Vlr
All of block 10 In Brooker. Willie E. McCollum to Julian 25000.: Kirby Smith $12,000.A glnia Williams Givens; one son;
from F.B. Cothren and E.S. Glisson and Virile Slade, Land from Mr. and Mrs.W.H. parcel of land on SR-200 G.T. Givens, Jr., Albany Gar;
Cothren to Cothren Medical As- 2500. Nollman to Mr. and Mrs. Clar- J from Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Grlf- two sisters, Mrs. Edith Stut-
sock tes of Madison Tenn., 10 acres from Mr. and Mrs. ence L. Cooper $9,300. i Tk fls to Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Belcher ler Grafton W.Va., and Mrs
5000.: H.C. Wainwright to Mr. and Lot at Santa Fe Shores from rw $6,700. Agnes Stutler Fairmont W.Va.'
Estate of Martha P. Hazen, Mrs. E.W. Geros 4000. Sophie L. Wolf to Mr. and

from A.A. Hazen and B. Haz- A lot at the Intersection of Mrs. James W. Robinson and """" """' "........ .....-.h.
en to H.L. Hazen and B.N. Orange and Adkins Sts. from Samuel Robinson, Jacksonville C3.'l Cr'Alltllf E45FYA1aaQ9A1; ""
of shows Mrs.
Hazen. $11,300. Charles Flynn, manager of Vogue Mfg. Co. Starke PNORTH
Susan R. Geiger to Mr. and 1300. i.-
45 acres In N.E. 1/4 of County Mrs. B.L. Barnes 2000. A parcel of land from Mr. Allene Dixon head of Bradford's Neighborhood Service Center, one FLORIDA .
; from F.B. Hamilton to R.S. A lot at the Intersection of and Mrs. E.E. Reddick to Brad of the 50 pairs of boys corduroy pants his firm Is contributing to
Norton and NortonofJack- Orange and Adklns st. from ford County Volunteer Fire Department CUBB Economic Show "
sonville, 27500.: Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Barnes to 3000. Country Music
80 acres and a farm and Town House Enterprises, Inc. One acre of land from Eliza- more private Individuals and companies would do this sort of
poultry business from E.D. Allen 2000. beth Agnew to Mr. and Mrs. thing our problems would be lessened considerably" said CUBB DIrector 1st and 3rd Saturdays J
and Viola C. Allen to S.P.
15 acres East of Rd. 225, Allen Fields 4500. y
Saunders $40,000.Lot from Mr. and Mrs. H. Brynlld- One acre of land from Mr. Nelson Rios left, In thanking Flynn. "It would take some of UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
in Crosby Lake Shores sen of Mirtlnsvllle N.J.to Ken- and Mrs. Gus Wynn to Jones the burden off the Federal government." .J
from Carl and Oshle Hortonto neth Boehmer of Tewksbury Langford White, Post 56 AmerIcan '
C.C. Hlllyer $2,850. N.J., 1500. Legion 25000. "Next year maybe we can give 100 pair" Flynn answered. The 8:00 P.M. '4t >2

2 lots In South Gate replat 3.4 acres from Mr. and Mrs. A parcel of land from Eula pants will be wrapped and given to children as presents. V'AJ.L COME tj" '
from A.T. Mann and C.E. Mum J.H. Crawford to Bradford Carlton to Mr. and Mrs. JohnE. ,'' ""UU'h" .; r
to G.B. Balllle and K.H. Ball- County 2500. Khune 4000. 'Wwo; *. ''AApg >m.g *; ?. jr
lie, 15500. Block 14 of the Original Town Land from Donald J. Kilgore WiJWWLflfLrtJAFTERCHRISTMAS
7 lots In City Park Subdivision of Starke from Mr. and Mrs. and Sandra M. Kllgore Jacksonville 2 InjuredIn
from Mr; and Mrs. B.E. D.R. Devrlck to Deverlck Inc. to S.D. Kilgore and
Twining Sr. to Mr. and Mrs. 5300. Ruby A Kilgore Dodge, 3000.
I.B. Bates $6,000. Parcel of land of SR 10 from 2 tracts of land from Mr. 4 AutoAccident
12 acres from Mr. and Mrs. Luther G. Powell and May F. and Mrs. John M. Shaugnessyto p *
S.J. Strachan toJ.R.Wainwright Powell to Mr. and Mrs. CarlL. Loyree P. LaNIer 10000. DAYS
$1,200. Johns, $2,500.
13 acres North of'SR 100 U-1/4 acres of,land, from A parcel of land from Mr. '. ,,4 ,
from to Moss Simmle Mr.$3,500.and Moss Mrs.and' J.J.Mildred Russo Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.W.A.W.B. Prevattto Woods and. Winters Mrs. Robert$5,000.WaMln toJohnC. the Four past automobile week injured accidents two persons in- 7. 00.RAH ONLY !

$4,500. 4 acres of land from Mr. and
according to: the Florida
A parcel of 10 acres of land Portion of a lot In Ott's S/D '
Mrs. George 11. Pierce to Mr. Highway Patrol.
from R.H. Snvder to Mr. and from Mr. and Mrs. C.C. An-
and Mrs. Cleveland Small' $8-
Rastus Leroy Aaron 60,
600.Land on Crosby Lake Shores Starke was taken to the Uni-
versity of Florida Medical Cen-
from Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Cooper to Mr. and Mrs. James ter with apparent serious injuries DEC. 31 JAN. 2,4,5
301 DRIVEINShow on Dec. 24 after his 1969
David Solrnin: $1,500.
went out of controlon
Land from Mr.and Mrs.Dolph
SR-18 west of Graham
Reddish to Allied Timber Company -

Begins At Sundown 2800., Inc. of Jacksonville turned Claude over.Alton Prescott, 43, So You Waited Until Color TV Prices r

Land in Keystone Club Estates Brooker was Injured Christmas:
Thurs.. Fri.. Sat. Dec. 31, Jan. 1.2 from Barclay Develop Day when the brakes failed on Came DownQuasarini968..Siateci.Ajj
Double Feature"DARKER ment Corp. to Mr. and Mrs. his 1965 Chevrolet sedan anc
Philip Grassa and Beverly E. It crashed Into a ditch em-
Lause, daughter 1300. bankment and ended up in a
Land from :Mr.and Mrs.How field.
ard L. Lance to Mr. and Mrs. with fail- : : $: -.9.a.: ,.
Aaron was charged
1 y w Lacy Thornton, Sr. $6,500.A .
$ parcel of land on Lake ure to have his vehicle under
Geneva from :Mr. and Mrs. control and with no driver'slicense.

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NEWS r ABOUT -- Is Donated To tice as a surgeon and offeredto be very useful to the staff. i
donate the microscope
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.... Bradford Hospital which is used In operating In another development at the'hospital
It was aimounced that
I SERVICE MEN -iIk' rooms. Gloria KWg has been appointed -
Many parents of men and women slon benefits because of Income.: ently housebound. in Mrs.
"Christmas present" of nurses by
who died In military ser- They should also make new applications The.new law permits the VA .A of microscope valued Canova said the miscrscope director ,
a trustees.
form of
the board
I vice or as a result of (Usa- If their present Income to provide drugs and medica- at around$5,009 was pre- was received at the hospital the !I.It '::10'
bilities Incurred while In service now meets standards set tion to veterans who are receiving m.
Bradford County
jI are not receiving V A bAne- by the VA.Another. housebound rate of sented to the the -
SIts to which they are entitled little known fact Is compensation or pension, and Hospital during J.M. Hembree holidayseason th'.ni ,. I I
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according to M.T. Dixon, Florida .that, even though the veteran's authorizes care for any veteran by, who practiced medi- It!. ; I:
Veteran Service Director. widow may be denied benefits age 65 or over, in a VA hospital of Cocoa 20 ,
: years
"These parents of deceased because pf Income.remarriage.: without the necessity of signinga cine 10
servicemen may have appllec or other factors, the children statement of inability to defray ago.George Canova, hospital administrator i
for VA compensation several may still be eligible. the cost of necessary medical said Dr.Hembree
P years ago and denied becauseof Complete Information about care. iI
t left here in 1951 to further his
excess Income," Dixon said. these benefits are available I
I "Many have the mistaken Idea from the County Service Officer M.T. Dixon, state directorof education of as the a specialist oaf: :.1.-in ,r rer
, rs that they can never receiveany or by writing the VA at Box Veterans Affairs, said that eye
benefits from their deceased 1437. St.Petersburg Fla.33731. under the new provision) any and throat. I
I child's military ser- 'Public Law 91-500 authorizesthe veteran of active military ser- Dr. Hembree contacted the I
vice, but Just because a claim Veterans Administration to vice, discharged under condi- hospital recently, stating thatKEITH'S
was denied In the past, does provide out-patient care and tions other than dishonorale,
yl Airman Edward O. Smith l not mean It will be denied forever certain other medical services who Is 65 years or older, as J ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. James ." as a reasonable necessity to well as any war veteran order e Greettn.ilia.
O. Smith 1202 Keller St.. Through the years, laws have any veteran who Is In receipt 65, who Is in receipt of
Starke has completed basic been liberalized and Income of pension or compensation, admissiononda be ejiglbfe tor
training: at Lackland AFB, Texas limitations have been raised based on need of regular aid bed-available
and Is now assigned to Dixon. pointed out. and attendance of another person basis.
Keesler AFB Miss for train The same regulations appliesto or who is rated perman
Jan E. Mundorff. son of retired
E. M ing as a personnel specialist. veteran. widows. and child- I 1
Army Sgt. Rollin m- I
who have been denied
dorff and Mrs. Lucille Mun- Airman Smith Is a 1969 grad- Ten pen- -' ,
of Bradford High School.
dorff of Starke has been pro- uate .
moted to the rank of captainIn .w r Y.
the Army Reserve in cere- .,. ,
monies Dec. 13.
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Ct.+pt. Mundorff Is a memberof YEAR 6. ::
(the 3297th USAR Hospital.In w tf r.r. r.
Atlanta Ca. He has been # \ t .'
a member ot mat unit lor lgM .. ;. .1 .
years. Mundorff is aisistant ''HAPPYNEW Please accept our ) -T ."
commander, counseling '
of wishesfor
recruiting oftl:er,and warmest
officer 0 n'O : ,..,
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hosr.tal '
of the "
coiomander-company of Us unit a joyful holiday. .1:1 __ .... .J.t.t.:, ..-..
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Cat. Mundorff rose from ..YEARMay ( ?. .
second lieutenant to captain in \ .
six years after being commis- 7ID10\I 'I'' '.
sioned. He was an enlisted man this day ./ .

for :.two years prior to that light the wayto l ....,.. Good Luck .;ecru':: .a.,::
A(present Capt. Mundorff is contentment.W. I
completing his Ph D degree in
psychology at the Unlverslty; of ,
Illinois\ in Chicago. I To All Our Friends

He and Ms wife plan to return Customers and Coffee Drinkers
to Florida and reside In
the Tampa-St Petersburg area I
after his Internship.
Mundorff graduated from
Bradford High School in 1956.Hbfeetoui .
Beauty Salon

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i C I 1* According( Sec. 7, Article .4, of: il Florida\ Consti-..
I Np Nc tution every person who has been receiving! homestead.

,e 4o exemption and those expecting to receive it for the first

fhJ:@ d time, should, without fail, sign the application on or be-

fore April 1st of each year with the Tax Assessor.

Listed below are the classes of property for which the

Taxpayer SHOULD file his return: ,

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abide in Land plus IMPROVEMENTS



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;?:' Shop accordance with Chapter 193.201 of the Florida

Shady Oaks Ktntuck" pied Chicken HAPPY NEW YEAR TO Statutes an application for Agricultural assessment

". Trailer Park EVERYONE! must be filed on all lands being' used' for a bona fide
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t rllll.f Government and its agencies and all notes accounts+

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BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS YOUNG "J I'I. All of the above will be mailed out by January 1st and

I.I.p'OJNSETI1AS CACTUS PARAKEETS should be returned to the Assessor's Office on or before-
April 1st to avoid penalty.
II any

:;; 2.98 1.49 3.98 I A BIG NEW GIFT FOR YOU! Again, I solicit and encourage your continued coopera .

tion in handling all of these tax matters. If we can be'of. l
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PROCLAMATION t. The Clrral Coast Of TbRKbtk and tobOW cause" why thtpotltlan
t ( LAWTEY I tU.a: FI.OKlnA Judicial (IrenU Of FlnrMa should not be *raM t)
--- r II IDSG DICPAISTMEN'TALLAHASSEE la And For Bradford otherwise. a. Judgement mar I*
I ----- I Ceva.tr eCase entered against you. srrastlt
WHEREAS a serious shortage No. Aha adontien.Wltn .
By Baa BlaBefeard of rainfall for the .pas TO: dladvs Robert ** KIT hand and ? ..!
CRVRCWSCUEDI4St several month of George Court .at Starker
has created In RE: Petition seat of the
extreme drought conditions par.tlcuhvrly Henry Hsen and Mildred S. Bradford County. :Florida I hi,.
t UaltedpMethoNat In Uaatern and Cen Hares hl. wife! llth day of December. 1171.Inman .
Grace : J.W. Thomas and family of day dinner guests of his par- sonville. Mrs. Donnie Knightof and Lamar were dinner guests tral Florida thus creatingemergency NOTlCfel (SEAL) 1 n
Sunday School 0:49 ajn.; Wor- Live Oak Mr. and Mrs. T. ents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyettin Jacksoi tUe. Mrs. W.DIxon, of Mr. and Mrs E.W. WilliamsIn these hind fire,condition and on allOt xbove TOil.< -named r.. notified Petitioner that Geo the 'of D.the Gteen.Clerk C'.ult' Court

hip services 11 tun. and 7:30 L. Casey and children Starke Lake City.; Mrs. Emory Eunice and children Wellborn on Christmas WHEREAS. numerous\ firesIn Henry Ha..en have filed J1y: Beulah M. Moody. ........
p.m.; MYF 8 p.m;Choir practice Mr. and Mrs S.D. Andrewsand The Brown family gathered and Mrs. H.C. Walnwright. Misses Cherie the forest. grassland, B"Hasen.! hi* wife. DwUty Clerk
and Renee
7 pun. Wednesday. at Day .",,,,npa. and muck areas" have m. Petition In the abov, .-styled 1I\al.:\ fI.! west B"A w*:*:
of the home of Mr. and Mrs. etc
family Wlldwood Mr. Attending the Christmas dinner of Cedar Key are visiting the overtaxed the fire fighting' fnollltle Court for the adoption of the a.r\d_ 14$ Call -:*:
Church of God: Sunday School and Mrs. Fred Moore and children Mitchell Brown for Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Priests during the holidays. thus oretttlnn extremel minor child named.. In that tar1c. Florida. Attorney < r">.j
0:45 ajn.| Worship services U of Homestead Mr. and Those attending were baaardoua ltuntlon; petition and you' are commanded l'oUUoDOre :
supper. Cruce Sgt. and MI'I.Quincy f.
were Pat
Mrs. :
and t.
Harrington son, NOW THER FORE. 1 to bo and appear In that U-1T ,It
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Prayer Meet- Mrs. R.C. (Chuck) Moore of Mr. and Mrs. Van' Prescott, Crews and Kandy of Gainesville, and her Claude R. Kirk Jr.. by virtu Court on January: S3 131 It .......
Ing Wednesday 7 followed' Lake family. Georgetown of the authority vests -.:.'
pan. City; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Kim and Richard Starke,Mrs.John .
mother Mrs. Bessie Sapp,have =-.
choir practice. Del.) L-Cpl Eddie Cruce In me as Governor' o .:
by Thompson and son of Jacksonville Brown and Mr. and Mrs. .
been the State of Florida. d .
and of visiting .
Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Todor Ralph Wise, Bill Donny and son Camp LeJeune. N. another daughter hereby proclaim fui emergency ......
PERSONALSMrs. and C. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Duncan and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. exlata In the area from' the ...
of Tommy.
sons Africa
Ghana .
Arnle Abstain,Mrs.Ernest Jimmy and Micky Moore.,The Mr. and Mrs J.D. Clark,their and daughter of Clinton, S.C., R.A. Petzel a son and daugh West..t.boundory Suwannoe of and Levy.llamlltnr Gilohrl ...
Smith and daughterinlawof Todors are spending a while daughters and families Mr.and and Mrs. Duane Grlffls and ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W.E Counties and South to tht9outh..n I.; :::

Mlccanopy. and Mr.and Mrs. with the Moores. Mrs. James Hallandchldrenof son of Randolph Base Texas Sapp a grandson, Gene Clubb Htllsborough.boundary Polk. O of reol Plnella.. and. ....:...
Leonard Walker of Alachua The home of Mr. Maxville and Mr. and Mrs.Jack Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Linzy and family a granddaughter Brevard Counties, and declare It .......
were" recent visitors of Mrs. Richard Carter was thandeWng: Southerland of Lawtey were and Miss Gertie Fay Cruce of Mrs. Dick Andres and family: to sot be flro unlawful to any for forest any pcrnonto grace. :::::.
Flossie Rosier. for a Christmas family dinner. Christmas dinner guests of Gainesville. Mr and Mrs. Robert in Salem Oregon. They ali woods, wlldlands. or mftr h... or .....
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews Those enjoying this affair were Mrs. Perry Newsom in Starke. Carlton and son of Starke. enjoyed an early Christmas dinner to build a campfire or other bonfireor .:.:.:.:..
burn trash mot
Laura'.and Billie, and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. George P. Shu- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Emory Duncanof with Mr. and Mrs. Petzel .rlal to that may cause or a forest.Krnnn ........
Margaret WhItfield of Camp- ford. Howard Norman, Mr. and spent Christmas with her sis Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. V.L. and visited points of Interest or woods fire and .
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vtlle spent Christmas with Mrs. Fletcher Starling Lawtey, and grand- In Portland Salem and FURTHEKMOR1J. I civil> upon :.:.:
Mr. Glenn Shuford Danny ter, M... Butler in Dergais. all County and State law en- .....
and Mrs. Pierce Crews. Mrs. Cheri and Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. Tampa.Mr. sons, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oregon. forcoment officers to render full ........
Whltfleld Is Mr.Cre"s' James Carlton and Mr. and Mrs. Jody assistance. In enforcing this I
mother. Shuford and Stacy and and Mrs. Warren Boat-
On Saturday Mrs. Crews' sister Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter. right and Llndie,were Christ- Starling of Starke. BtNUt"wiTNES3 WHEREOF I !

Mrs. Once Thornton of Auburndale Spending Christmas with Mrs. man guests of her brotherinlaw visited Jimmie his Eunice of Atlanta NOTIC1I\ OFINTENTION: TO have and caused hereunto the Hrent Pot' my Seal hand of .;.
was visiting the John Shuford and Dave were and sister Mr. and Mrs. parents Mr. and ncniSTBU FICTITIOUS the State of Florida to be .
Crews. Mr. and Mrs Joe Shuford and Bill Woodard and family In Mrs. J.H. Eunice, over the NAME nt Tnllnlmsseo, the. .
weekend. On Notice Is hereby riven tnatpureuaot Capital, thin llth Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Reddish family of St. Augustine, Mr. Clearwater.Mrs. Sunday afternoon to Section 805.39, .'
Mrs. Eunice Jimmy and her Florida Statutes 1988. the underslitned CembC LA1jn j' ri.07 'IRK ..
and Mrs. Sid Shuford H.C.
of Wainwright spent
spent Christmas with Mr. and Starke grandson. Lamar Eunice Intend. to r Mrs J.O. Pons and family In Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford of Christmas with her parents were the. -following fictitious name, ATTEST: .',,
visiting Mr and
Tallahassee.Mr. Tallahassee, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starling Mrs. T.L. :o wit: TOM ADAMS
Barry and H. & R. BLOCK with the
family in Jackson- ''of State
and Mrs. L.M. McClellan George L. Shuford.. In Bartow and attended the ville. 1.rk of the Circuit Court In Secretary 1\
have returned from a visit Having dinner with Mr. and Starling family Christmas din- nd for Bradford County, Flor-
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Mosley 3a. for the purpose of entrasnc ;-
with their son and daughterinlaw Mrs. H.W. Bennett on Christ- ner at their home. Jr. of Orlando In business under said '"
Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Mc- mas were Sandra Darley of Mr. and Mrs.Louie Lee Wainwright with spent Christ name at 118 N. Walnut SU I II .J'
mas Mr. and Mrs. Leo Starke. Florida.
Starke, Mrs. Hattie and Jr. were Saturday overDlght I
Clellan and children In Sylva- Dyal and Mrs. Lomle J. E. MI1\1f\'an.44 N. Tem .
fda, Ga. Miss Slnah Prescott Mrs.Troy guests of Mrs.H.C.WaIn- Mosley. .tIe Ave., Starke Fla., franch- ..
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Bennett and Keith (Bubba) and wright. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pendar- holder:; WELCOMEMay :.
Reddishof vis, Marie and Clarence Dated this' 17th day of D ombor. -
Wayne Mrs. T.L. held spent '.V.
the State Farm and Mr. and Bennett. Wainwright A. D. 1970 at Stark
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Bradley her Christmas family get-to- Friday and Saturday with her Bradford County, Florida.. I V.
Mrs. Robert McClellan and
son parents, Mr. 12-17 4t 1>T
of Starke were Christmas din- had all of their children with gether at her home on Sunday. Gordon in Bunnell. C.P. w I ra,:

ner guests of the McClellans. them for Christmas dinner. Those attending were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Griffls 1 { .
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Those attending were Mr. and W !
Crews aanvllle. are visiting his parents, Mr. ..,' .
Mrs. Dear!
attended the Golden Wedding Bradley andJames.
and Mrs. Paul Grifiis. HAPPY '.'
Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr and Mrs. Randal Brad- Lee Wainwright and Mr. and Mr. and -
Mrs. H.EI: Priest
ley of Jacksonville Mrs. Louie Lee Walnwright
Willie Morgan at the Masonic Mr. and. .
Hall in Starke on Sunday after Mrs. Spurgeon Massey Susan. of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. "
noon. Kenny, Victor l and Jennia and Jack Wainwright of Waycross, I ItIJ: ('

Miss Arthurine Blanchard Mr. and Mrs Gary Bennett Ga. Mrs. Mack Sanders of Jack- Ear ';'.

spent the Christmas holidayswith Roger and Dennis. .....

Miss Enza Blanchard. Guests of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson ;.:.
Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Daisy Boch and ytl i44
Mr. and Mrs. tXJwen Carter Lynn were Mr and Mrs. Vir- t .:
were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray gil Griffis Angla Stephen and ..1ILi

and children of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Malnes Griffis ....
and Mrs. Lane Carter of Miami Mlcah and Basil of Palatka 1 .':'
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand Mr and Mrs. Robert Smith, 1

Gwenn and k Miss Nella Cindy, Pam, Margaret Trad ,
Kirkland. 5 ., and Sue, of Key West, and Mr.
Mr. and MrsJiW.F., Moore and Mrs. Thomas Whaley Ly- V !
had their children and grand- nele, Kepi Jana and Mlndl --..

children with them for Christ- Mr. and Mrs. J. Boyett HAPPYNEW ,,

mas. They were Mr and Mrs. Cheryl and Angela were Sun.HappyY ,

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Ih, 5 ... #. Florida's first "highway" lage with equipment and slaves the shivering Indian chainedto Putnam County; finds ItselfIn modern roads'f today.In .
was only 16 feet wide and mean enough to do the Job, seemedthe Mm. The result of this Clay. answer to some of these
dered through the pine woods logical choice. At least he courtesy was that the human The road was finally com- charms the" erstwhile Capt.
and sand hills all over the north was well recommended. A let- compass Rot Dotted and the pleted In 1826. Throughoutmost Burch by then Bellamy's son-.
ft NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS } Today a section of the old "Mr Bellamy Is a man of should have been hawing and same lamy began construction with
Maybe it's our Imagination but we don't seem to hear asA roadway forms the north boun- wealth enterprise and strict vice versa and Keystone corruption and mayhem expectations of a great deficit
dary line between Putnam and honesty.; If he makes any con- Height. Instead of being in surround the building of to himself. Hindered by rains
;. I much these days about "New Year resolutions" as we once did. Clay counties and runs through tract will be fulfilled' to your many Indian attacks,and adverse conditions -
," y' Maybe it's because everybody is too busy trying to fill the old the middle of the old Baker satisfaction. This gentleman I I only the strictest e-

t' .', ones! But if there is one, good, all-round, ready-to-measure farm, a portion of which was has a number of slaves and conomy would allow him to
could do the work principallywith
In each net any profit.
resolution for 1971, the long-standing creed of the Optimists ; "
,.' Traces of the Bellamy Road, his own force.
r International could serve as a pretty good model. It reads: as It was known may still be So It was that Bellamy star-
0:;' seen In the area particularly ted the road project westward. These few-kind words were
;n at the location of "Clay Gul- From the west bank of the St. met by a blast from one John
PROMISE YOURSELFTo ley" on the east side of Half Johns on December 21, 1824. Rodman, an Jrate citizen of
be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of Moon Lake. Among the essential pieces of Joyous St. Augustine. Rodman claimed

mind. The road was built between heavy equipment were an Indian that the only thing he could
1824 and 1826 to serve as a guide a slave with savvy see that Bellemy used to build
To talk health, happiness and prosperity to every person
enough to count the turns the
transportation route between Now Year road was "strictest e-
you meet. Florida's two capitals -- St. the ox cart wheel the oxen conomy." -
:. To make all your friends feel that there is something in Augustine In East Florida, and cart, a large tin dipper Instead of 25 feet It was
them. and Pensacola, In the West.It and a barrel of rum. only 16 feet wide; all l the
r was authorized by the 18tt! A piece of cloth was tied bridges
.': To look at the sunny side of everything and make your Congress with an appropriatior to a spoke on the ox cart High spirits, hope and the stumps were falling In the down roadway, and

. '; optimism come true. of $20,000 In a bill which sale wheel and everytime it came happiness are part of were .so high a traveler in a

1 J :., "I To think only of the best, to work only for the best and the in part President, "Be it of enacted the United thai up intendent to the top in charge the slave of super-wheel our wish for you this high wheeled carriage could-

t :, j.' \" expect only the best. States is hereby authorized to turning marked it down In a New Year Thanks to n't get over them.

To be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you cause to be opened in the ter- record book. In this way was s your patronage, our
ritory of Florida a public road progress recorded. With cut- Bellamy's answer was quick
are about your own. spirits keep soarlnglmilijji !
from Pensacola to St. Augus ting down trees and Indians and direct. He labeled the cri-
To forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the tine... and be plainly marked and hauling them out of the ticisms as coming from "the

greater achievements of the future. and shall be the width of 25 right-of-way, the road was cut Cot captious the Idle. and the profligate -
'- through at about a quarter ofa ." He pointed out that
:"0 wear a cheerful countenance at all times and give every feet, mile
per day. it was Impractical to cut a
i living :reature you meet a smile. The road took Its name from The first big' set-back camea p4 wide roadway because too much
Bellamy who
To give so much time to the improvement of yourself that construction of the first few days after Christmas sunshine and air would promotea
when the "human compass"Indian
: you have no time to criticize others. 200 miles from the St. Johns got tired of killing rat- scrub growth oak of would underbrush soon choke and

I To be too large for worry too noble for anger too strong west to the Ochlocknee. The tlesnakes and other Indians who the highway.It .

i for fear and too happy to permit the presence of trouble. cost of this 200 mile stretch were shooting at him, and took could be that he was right.
was $13,500 or about $67.50
off over the nearest hill Bel- Anvwav. he hcpam, on e of the
Happy New Year! per mile. lamy caught up with him and
i wealthiest men In the state.
I When originally authorized by brought him back about two But he made It In planting.
,1 Congress, the road building days later. White Collar Jobs Show GainIn

a project was assigned to Capt. To discourage the aboriginal
Daniel Burch of the U.S. Army from doing another
Engineers. But at this time disappearing act, Bellamy) Bradford Report IndicatesTo 29 Traffic
the Army Engineers were chained the Indian to his ankle
somewhat under manned, hav- keeping him there day and night. Deaths PredictedFor

w:)., Hail To The Auditors ing time all In of Florida.18 men working These men full, became One version has since it that they what extent has the employment portion of white collar jobs. New Year'sThe
the road
t picture in Bradford The in
rise the 10-year
equipped with two oxen, four per-
was two years being built. County; changed in recentyears? iod, Is estimated at 16.7 Patrol
cross-cut and per Florida Highway
: Thank heaven for auditors. saws a mosquito About this time, the usual
view of Chapter 273, he could find net. needed the road Job Florida winter set in. When How much Job shifting has there cent. forecasts 29 traffic deaths for
V no legal basis by which furniture can like Custer needed another detachment the wasn't been, due to automation? the New Year's holiday period
; tf It hadn't have been for fear of be given to outgoing officials. The law of Indians. temperature It freez- What proportion of working; This was in line with the unless motorists and ped-
ing was raining day.
the State Auditor In Tallahassee, Flor- makes it a misdemeanor to give away Exactly how Bellamy got Into The heater on Bellamy's every ox people in white in the local area are growing demand for clerical, estrians top their New Year's
now collar occupationsand
ida taxpayers would have been soaked the road building business is cart failed and the boss star- management, professional, resolution list with traffic safe-
anything except valuless property; and what proportion In blue technical and sales personnel.
not reliably recorded. But the ty.;
several thousand dollars to present ted dlDDtn Into tha warming
0 sale of collar?
properly valued at more than These white collar occupationshave
enterprising Capt. Burch
was of the barrel dur-
the outgoing Governor, Lieutenant $200 must be done by competive bidding at this time engaged to his ing the day.Simple National surveys by the Bureau -: created opportunities fora "Start the first holiday of
Governor, and two Cabinet officers of Labor Statistics, com large majority; of the new-
1 Blakemore cited two past audits daughter. courtesy demandedthat the New Year with a resolutionto
'jvith the desks and chairs from their that have been critical of such give- Anyway Bellamy, a wealthy he, as a gentleman of bined with of data Commerce from the'shed Department comers in the local labor force. put safety; first when behind
t! office as "mementoes" of their years aways. planter, who owned a large wealth and enterprise, share the subjectThey Classified as blue collar in the wheel or on foot. It tAk...
some light on the government's reports are "
: 41 Tallahassee. plantation near Muskege VllI the chill-chasing liquid with indicate that locally only a little effort, said Col.
machinists craftsmen, con-
Reid Clifton director of the
1 Only last March the auditors sharply as In most other areas there struction workers, factory operatives Patrol.
These little Items cost anywhere criticized presiding officers of the I have been many adjustments In transportation work-

: .rom $200 to $1,000 and the tota. 1967 Legislature ;for taking home more HAPPY NEW YEAR. 1934! the 1960.employment situation since ers and the like. The 78hour.holiday. period

.: i v pst would have been close to 5000. than $2,000 worth of state-owned fur- Of the 4,116 men and women begins at 6p.m.; Thursday,
niture. It seems the practice had long What was happening in Starkeas Democrats organized for the who were employed locally at In Bradford County; due to Dec. 31, and ends midnIght
i The Ill-timed suggestion to be so been traditional in the Legislature the New Year was ushered in forthcoming elections with il. that time 1,310 were In white the adjustments that have tak- Sunday Jan. 3. During the 102-
: 1 Kiagninlmous with taxpayers' money also. during those "depression"years C. Wall as president;E,L. Matthews collar Jobs, the figures show. en place, it is estimated that hour period in 1969, 37 fatal-

; Vas made by Secretary of State Tom of the early 1930's?, This secretary, Dr. H.B.Mc- The rest were In blue collaror white stitute collar approximately1 workers now' con-per' ities**.!.were. recorded* in Florida.
is the way it was: Lendon, treasurer; G.L. Pat- service occupations or were
: Adams (Lieutenant Governor-elect) It's a small thing perhaps, in viewof ten, 1st vice president; and employed on farms. cent of the local labor force. The Patrol plans to make use
: tfho asked Chester Blakemore, Gen- the W.H. Hart Most The finding Is that the pay including
overall picking that goes on sergeant-at-arms. noticeable, In Bradford of all available manpower -
; Hral\ Services Department director, in taxpayers pockets-- but at least JANUARY 1934 Congressman Lex Green Introduced County; has been the substantial ized scale blue of the collar average worker union- auxiliarymen. Airplanes -
: "'o" research the law and determine it's a start. We bet those outgoing A committe e composed of a bill authorizing construction increase since then in the pro- been rising much faster late-has piloted by FHP Trooperswill
: 'if H.H. Lewis W.S.Sibley.George the Cross State be in the air spotting traf-
was possible to continue the tra-
officials than
that of the white
are able to buy themselvesa ly collar
"tttfon Cone, and R.R Prevatt appeared Canal. fic violators and trouble spots.
of giving away state-owned fur- desk and chair as are the taxpayers before the City; Coun- Contract was let for paving month, and the "night man"to worker.As .

: .;' niture. of Florida. cil asking that a fence be erec- 3.348 miles of the Hampton $75. "A long list of traffic safety;
ted around the town (presUmably cut-off on Road 13 (now U.S. Eleven local men were con- a result, the big difference resolutions could be made, but
Blakemore reported back that, in Hall to the auditors! to keep their cows from 301)). signed by the WPA(Works Pro- in spending potential and the most Important one for
: wandering. inside the city limits County; Commissioners auth- gress Administrator) to jobson living standards that once distinguished motorists to make would be to
l .) orized a study to determine the Cross State Canal. The the two has become resolve to Improve their know-
The Business Men's Club availability of Federal funds county; had a quota of 40 men less evident. Blue collar work- ledge of road rules and prac-
(predecessor to the Chamberof for construction of a county; for canal work, according to ers, however are more sus- tice them everyday of the com-
; Mr. Commerce) appointed C.H. hospital. announcement by EC. Long ceptible to layoffs than white ing New Year," Col. Clifton
Strawberry Queen Nasworthy C.A. Knight, and J.W. Andrews, Jr., Ford a- local work director. collar. said.
AS. Crews as a committeeof ler advertised the new 1935

:"f How many times recently have administration refused to let Roland'sname posed three Starke to promote to State the Prison'pro- V-8 for $495.JANUARY 1936 I I IAJ"

':; you gazed at a long-haired pants- appear on the ballot, but a highway. County; Agent L.T. Dyer announced -
;}: nd-ponchoed object walking down the write-in campaign was started and Starke's independent football) Sea Island cotton seed,
*: street and wondered whether it was the administration (as usual) yieldedto team lost a New Year's game available at $2 per bushel.In ." .
;t ;male or female? the whims of the students. 28-0 to the Jacksonville Stfn- a letter to Mayor WE.
.#: garees. Standouts for Starke Middleton, Starke's entire
were Redgrave, Williams, Parker volunteer department threat-
:t' The day of "unl-sex" where you What with women wearing pants and Inman in the backfield ) ened to resign unless demands
:< .can't tell the boys from the girls some men wearing skirts, both wear- and "Mullet" Smith in, for a salary Increase were' t /

:< seems to be fast approaching, but ing long hair beads and braceletsthe -- the line. granted. The Council had recently -' .

:; we never expected to live to see'! a world isn't topsy turvey enough- Approval was received from put fireman back on the / O>fi

::: male candidate crowned with the ti- Now we have to have a male beauly; the Civil for an Works$11,000 Administration addition to trying basis of a flat$2 $2 per per fire month after ,

:<' tie of "Miss Seminole Junior Col- queen! the County; Courthouse. salary for a while. The fire- ,
:':: lego." Sternberg's Store advertisedblue men demanded $5 per month /
../ Who can remember the day whenit serge suits for $13.95, and' straight salary. t 1 \

;;: But we did live and we did see It. was fighting words to call a mana men's dress shoes for $1.98. One hundred and forty; "loyal
? Tip Top Grocery advertisedtwo Democrats" attended a Jack-
queen pounds of coffee for 256! son Day Dinner "at. 1.75) }
Nowas the saying goes-- we've picnic hams at 111! a pound; plate, and heard frfson SuperIntendent 77/
.: seen everything! What is the world coming to? Your and the best white bacon at L.F Chapman laud

:". guess Is as good as ours. 8C! a pound. accomplishments of the party.; 1
Starke's two policemen received -

y; According to the usually reliable Will the next step be a female "Mr. Bradford JANUARY County 1935 Young | a $5 per month raise--
,; Associated Press the 1970 Miss Sem- America"? the "day man" to $90 per I '

: mole Junior College is a 19-year-old ,

: freshman named Robert Roland. It Women have their rights too you '

i: seems that the long-haired youth decided know. 1 I

to run for the campus queen / /
: post In order to enliven student elec- But we do hope the trend stops I a

:; lions, which he. said had been marked before Bradford County; winds up witha

.n'.: with apathy in the past The college "Mr. Strawberry Queen."

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uncertainty in our beloved
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our newspapers-the YEAR TO ALL OUR <[U PUN)) HIGHLAND
: Published each Thursday and entered M Bee-. temptation is to lose faith and

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: under Act of March '3rd, 1818. and soul, nd peace for our .N..t. .
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May Draw ChargeMany Golf TournamentThe Still OpenBradford Ak t! .1..1y r bookkeeping.Linda Haas, daughter of Mr. Ing terature, shorthand, and American American his u--

h .. .... .. .. and Mrs. Bill Haas who live tory.
team of Blab Bishop and on the Brownlee Road. Linda's Beverly Crowell, daughter of
defendant tailed to appear each a fine of $38; fined$26 01 George Roberts won the four- County; residents I ; subjects an advanced science Mrs. G.E. Crowell of Starke.
at last Tuesday's count; three days were James Ralph. ball golf tournament which has may still register for noncredit research, trigonometry, Beverly Is enrolled In Amer-
plea day making Judge Theror Wllks, DavjdS. mod, Tex Ford 'een In progress at the Starke adult.peclallnte..tcour- j t French n,humanities,advanced ican history, date processing,
Yawn's monthly seisloashortei Galen, Ronnie E. Sellers, Gerald Golf & Country Club for several see to be offered in Starke during I r.Vt physical education, British 11- algebra II, economics, and
than usual, but' that doe no, Joseph Plonessa. Richard weeks. It was played on Term m by Santa Fe Jun r 1 y., tereature, and teacher aide. American literature.
mean a .horter:' sentence or Philip Nichols, Gary Walter a handicap basis, double eli ior College. Rebecca McMillan, daughter
lesser fines. Potts. mination. of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Mc- B
It Just means they have to Those who failed to appear Runner-up was the team of These classes will meet for 11 Millan, Starke. She Is currently Mike Lee
pay later. In feet if bonds on the unlawful speed charge Rex Rhodes and Steve Simmons weeks a* the Bradford County enrolled In economics, trig,
weren't returned by early thli were Barbara A. Jones Timothy Jr..Hal Paul Harris !Middle School on either Tuesday French n, advanced speech A-B '
week defendants face at Ryan Barnes Phyllis; Ann we..Seymourpnd' place and or 'Thursday eyerdnga.frem 7 to humanities, and British liter- Mary Ann Bass, Jo Ann Bass,
additional charge. of failure to Woodruff, Marshall Doralne John Watson and Danny Mc- JO m.: Dean for commvnfty f ature. Nancy Gay, Sandra Williams,
appear. : White, RositaE.Graham Larry KInney fourth. educational p. services Dr. Jack Joy Sapp, daughter of Mr. Roxte Kodrique. Alleen Green,
Not guilty; pleas were enteredby Schafer Noegel, Troy a. Har- Trophies were presented to ,Individualsmay and Mrs. Charles P. Sapp Sr. Marty, Meng, Cindy Moxley,
Clifford Lee Fort Thomas den, Earnest Lee Wilkinson the winner and runner-up Fuller,' noted k of Lawtey. She takes econo- Kelly Richards, Linda Williams

Wade Hallo, and William K. James Hudson Davis Jessie teams, and golf bail to third first register class for session.a course. duringIts ..... ........o... -....--..- .. mics, typing, shorthand, book Pam Perry Steve Johns,
Coleman. who were charged Raymond McNeal. Frank Carl- and fourth place. keeping, psychology, and dra- Valerie Bristol Buddy Paterson -
with trespassing with Intentions ton Douglas Bobby Edward On Jan. 7, persons may sign Carol Barley, Dorothy
of hunting'at Brooke: Bryant Charles.Warrtner Mo- up for Thursday evening classes B&G Leads Dimes DriveAgain ma.Lu Ann Thomas, daughter of Spearman, June Hardy,' Carol
on Thanksgiving Day. dle, Brenda Myers Manning, Three Post 56 including: Mrs. D.L. Thomas of Starke.Lu Hardy, Sheila Henley.
Also pleading not guilty; and John Edward Ramsey, J. Cook. Financial Planning for the Ann Is enrolled In business
their cases put on the trial Thomas Clinton Harris,Senetta Members Named Tc Individual l and Family, which living up to their re south of Starke also donatedthe coursesoffice machines, office JUNIORSAB
James Brazle Taylor John Charles putation as generous givers tc most Coffee Drive money, aide and VOE
calendar, were RUey will provide Information on Dimes key punch. ,
Heath charged with failure to Carter, Jay Frank Trettien, National GroupPast and worthy causes, drivers at the $32.35, according to secretarial.
yield right of way; Bennie Francis Lee Floyd. financial decisions B )j& G Truck Stop have again March Worker Mrs. Tina Patterson. Bonnie Trisler, daughter of Esther Romero Linda Pow
Nixon, for unlawful speed,amend Those who posted bonds on Judgments regarding money become the first to donate $50 Branding Iron Restau- Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Trisler ell, Nancy Crews, Vicky Henry,
Jane Boyles.. worthless check. the charge of) unlawful speed Commanders Dr. A.Y. management, budgeting, effective by placing 500 dimes in a March rant was second with over$22 of Hampton, a Junior coed who Jimmy Andrews Janine Gay,
Two felony cases were arraigned were Eugene Wilson Jr. Wayne Covington and Frank L. Wil buymansmp, borrowing of Dimes placard spelling those In last week's annual coffee has made straight A's except Herble Green, Ralph Yaggle,
: Neely Bennett Brown, Sllge Hare, Wyman Richard liams and Commanders' Aide and savings, consumer protection words. drive In which a total of$81.75was for two B's In English In her JarJce Stancil,Sherrie NormanJoey
presently a prisoner at Halford, Woodward, Laurence Calvin John Grew, of American Legion and insurance; The truck stop on US-301 raised by local businesses freshman year. Bonnie Is cur- Bennett Beverly Strunk,
for escape, and Thomas Joseph Seigler, Ernest Elester Triest Post 56, have been named Gourmet Cooking, includingthe selling' coffee, Mrs. Patterson rently enrolled In bookkeeping, Cathy Green Ruthell :Smith
Crum, charged with breakingand Sandra Sue Roberts! Alice Bo- by National Commander Alfred use of kitchen equipmentand says. algebra n,American literature Velma Mitchell, Lee Harden-
entering with Intent to commit hannan Steyer' Asaree Boney National Chamle Rehabilitation to serve Board on the techniques of food prepare Florida Savings The large which"March hold 500 of DImes"signs dimes'' shorthand, French L and Amer- brook, Judy Young, Kay,.Epps,

grand larceny and attempted Massey| Wendell Alan George, Veterans' Preference Committee tion for interesting and nutritionally And Loan Assns. were placed at the Branding ican history. Joan Hinson.
Jackson of
Jl'BDlllarceny. Marian Decker Weeks Adolph balanced meals; State Prison at Ral- Becky
and Foreign Relations Iron, the
A preliminary hearing Is to William Lubbers, Kenneth Joe Council respectively following Home and Business Interior Pass $8 BillionA ford, and at the B & G Truck Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Jacksonof SOPHOMORESCont'd
be set for Crum, and a public' Lemek, E.N. (Bill) Klondes, Starke, who takes physical
a meeting In American Legion Decoration, wlbh hints on plan- Stop. Fifty smaller contalnerr
science algebra n, adult llv- 4)
defender appointed for his In Column
case. Johnnie Blame Thompson,Sam- businesses (
in other
National Headquarters, Indianapolis ning attractive interiors in relation have been placed
He's charged with attempting uel Jones, Alvin Harvey March, ind."Covington. individual and family $78.7 million Increase in 'in Bradford and Unloi
steal a TV set, worth more Jr., Ave Alfred Godwin, Mario Grew and Williams inaxnes. savings during November enabled County.
than $100 from Frank Wllllford Marracclna, James Ronald were among 723 Florida housing situations and the 134 savings and loan Mrs. Patterson, left,and Mrs. GOOD LUCKMaxvffleTrucSr
on November 30. Both cases Allen, Bernhard Johannes Sch- Legionnaires recommended to associations In Florida to pass Sue Hammond stand with the
go to circuit Sri mechel, Joseph D. Alonge Her- serve on various national commissions .On Jan. It, individuals may another significant milestoneas big B & G Truck Stop sign
Ronald L. pleaded man L. Schoening, Noah Roger 'egister for these Tuesday even- total savings deposits sur- filled with dimes. Laura Gools- In 1971i
not guilty; to the charge of fleeing Raulerson Melvin R. Morgan, and councils, Post ng classes: passed the $8 billion mark for by and Edie Boatwright and
or attempting to elude a Herman Eugene Hodges, Robert Commander Bill Scoggins said. Income Tax: Preparation, the first time in history. Mrs. Hammond, waitresses at
police officer, and this case Milton Frier, Wesley Dock :esigned to give the average Reporting In the Florida Sav- the restaurant, each were responsible LPAEe
referred to the trial docket. hedge Joe Sanders Willie Tyrone axpayer a better understanding ings and Loan League's monthly for filling different
On a charge of unlawful speed, Middlebrook,Ivey Daniels. funds OK'd of the federal income tax laws trend report the League's rows In the sign. 1't
Magyar pleaded guilty; ,and was Geneva Thurman was fined as they relate to individuals; Executive Vice President William The stage play "LII Abner," $ .
sentenced to three days In Jail, $151 or 60 days In jail on a For Floral Arranging, including D. Hussey, commentedthat an FHA bake sale, a golf tournament .\
to begin December 26. driving while-intoxicated BuildingAt of basic design, color It was in October of thL and road blocks are
In a related' case, Margie charge, and also fined $26 or study year when total assets In them planned fund raising activities
Esther Herndon was also sen- an additonal three days for not Blanding coordination, choice of containers ) thrift and homeownershlp Institutions in the current March of Dimes
tenced to three days in jail having a driver's license. Her proper use of ac reached $9 bllllor drive.
for unlawful sneed-- then the licenses was suspended for 90 cessories and mechanics of for the first time which ranks
sentence suspended when she days on the DWI charge. David Federal funds totaling $151- handling both fresh. and dry Florida as the fifth largest
said she was speeding to.getaway Jones was fined $151 0 r 60 000 have been appropriated and flowers; savings and loan state in the .
from the''other car she days and his driver's license released to the National Bu- Painting, a beginning course nation based on total assets. The little boy down the e rN
thought was chasing her. revoked for 90 days on a DWI reau in Washington for con- emphasizing composition, color Hussey said that total sav- block wants more equality be-
Testifying before Judge Yawn. charge. Russell Addison Spark- struction of a new ATEP (annual and form, using oil and acrylic ings deposits in these savings tween the sexes. He had onlya
Sheriff Glen Moore said training equipment pool) Institutions the first eleven i
Deputy; man did not appear on the charge paints during stocking to hang by the
he bad stopped Magyarl after of possession of an alcholic and warehouse at Camp Bland- The registration fee for each months of 1970, have Increased chimney while his sister had
clocking hia-speed at 100 mph beverage by a minor. Bonds ing.Congressman Is The Floral Arrangingclass by a record $991.5 commodious panty-hose.
class $3.
asked him to stay there while were forfeited by Don Robert Don Fuqua advised million. This Is the largest
he went after Miss Herndon The Telegraph by wire will have an additional fee savings gain ever experiencedby \

When Moore returned, Magyar Ritchey, Jam Thompson and Tuesday.The ,of $7 for materials, and Goumet the savings and loan associ- '! 1 1 ,
had gone, and the second charge John Oliver, for voluntary In- new building will be used I Cooking students will pay an additional ations Florida during one sin \
was based on this. ..' tixlcation. to store and maintain the 65 fee of$5 for purchase of gle year. POWELLS MOBILE oilloin'
Magyarl and Miss Herndor For driver's license viola- M42's (self-propelled 42 millimeter foods for demonstrations.AB In citing the growth of the
both had their driver's licenses tions, Susie HllUard and Ste- guns) used In summer S&L business in Florida dur- HOME VILLAGE' t6Yu'c
suspended. ven Prevatt Loner were fined training by units of the Flori- ing the past ten years, the Pleading guilty to unlawful $16 costs, Tex Ford Gillen, $26 da and Georgia National Guard. League's Executive Vice President Large Trailer Parking ,
Waldron,Cecil The building will contain three said that in 1960, savings -
Davis fine and Harley
speed charges were Mary ; Reddish, Bill Watson,
Greg In
Jessie Raymond stalls in the workshop area, in the then 112 associations Spaces
Thomas, suspended sentence Steve Futch
Crawford, ,
Jackson 3,000 feet of) stor- Janet with 70 branch offices, Year 1
; Lawrence''Ralph Glad- McNeal, Freddie Lee plus square Donna Nelson, Elaine Sherman, LAKE( BUTLER
three offices, armament whereas
failed to space totaled $2,905,614,004,
Godwin age I
ieuz, $26 or three days; Ste- Ave Alfred shop machine shop Emily Williams, Susan Contois, today the 134 association 10X30 Concrete Patio Blessings Stop dT
Prevatt Loner, Brenda Kay appear Willie Strong. ,
ven Debbie Dyal,
their vehicle and electronics Shop It will with their 199 branch offices '0rt1 "
Failure to have ......h. !
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Albert Tomllnson Cherry Carl Falrbrother Ray ,'Joe aw, under control was the charge be In charge of Col..Jos.Johnson BToni have total savings deposits.o Lamp Post, Utility! (House, : 'JII/ ., ..,.'Restaurant'w". ", ." '
against John W. Neitznlck and ATEP commander. 8050421622. City Water Sewer, Garbage ; Gift Shop"JOHN I'
Keith Townsend, Freda Lois Max Weitzner. Failure to appear Bids will be advertised In As of November 30, 1970, total rick-up. SHUFORD 66 .. ..
Clark,' Christine Moore Jones, on a former plea day January, and construction Is StoneFRESHMEN assets in Florida's S&L's For Details Call and SARA REID
was charged against Carroll expected to start in Februaryor amounted to$9,258,933,000 with Dave Shuford
Turner Refutes; Bennis Caston (on a chargeof March. The building will be $7,771,877,000 In mortgage accounts Lawtey, Fla. Junction 301 lit 229MaxYlne :
the wrong side crated adjacent to the present or
driving on
A-B flit j jj
John combined support maintenanceshop ;f.L
Article of a divided highway);
Recent at Blanding. Karen Carat, Melanie Boyce,,
operating a
Lee Fleming
Hjalmar McMillan, Matild ; .
without a cur- :.8i&G: : .. '
motor vehicle Harriet Faulkner. Jenc r "
About PrisonRobert Beck,
certificate)and .
rent Inspection Jennife
Watson Judy Loper, .If..
Roy Lee Hayes (improper tag). Haas Linda Allen,Sallye Meng,.
Thomas F.Harmon Jr.had already IT MAY BE prudent to look| ,
ahead, but it's carried to ex-
and paid
Turner,' assistant superintendent made restitution check ,, .by th*.guy who -checks': v Vocational RehabilitationAB A Smith-Corona
at the Florida State costs on Harmon a Broward Luke ,0n ChMtumber-ef.. : they can help
Prison addressed 18 members charge. aJie gets .new
13s at soon *
of the Starke CM tan Club at failed to appear for allowing calendar. Raymond Grlffls, senior Glen

the morning.Garden Restaurant Tuesday an Nicholas unauthorized Francis person Schlacks to drive for-; Leggett junior your teenager through

Topic discussed was the recent felted bond for Improper change] school.'A
Ivan Earl Cox,failure
article by syndicated columnist of course;
lamps on BEST
Jack Anderson about to display parking
deplorable conditions at the prison stopped vehicle.
over-crowding, and harsh Improper license and Insoec- '.
were ror \
treatment of prisoners. tlon certificate charges
Turner conceded to his fellow against Garv Walter Potts.
Civitan members that over pop Charles Edward Blair, Susan

ulation is a very real problemat Louis Hoff. j
the prison and has been recognized IN i .,
fact for some time.
There seems to be no Immediate -
solution to this problem -
Turner said, except that ADD rov
hopefully, more units will be
constructed to relieve conges-

tion.Other charges by Anderson
such as maltreatment of prisoners 1.
and Inadequate care, S
were refuted by Turner as hav- + J)4
ing no basis in fact t/I
Local Civitan members were I It

invited by the assistant superintendent .
to visit the prison -

and observe for themselves the
that dogs,
administration and operation d "I always say 4 }
the prison. husbands and governments e
TA"; should he kept at home!I"

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.-.....ord. died Saturday. Dec. 87, of Starke. died Monday In untrodden paths; paths which CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS JORDAN MISSIONARY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
26. In Bradford County Hos- a Jacksonville hospital afteran one can only see In shadow.God CHURCH BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. : CHRIST Sunday School !945 a.m.Morn-
pital after a long Illness. He extended Illness. She was has promised to His children Sunday School 9:45: a.m. MornIng 301 North, behind Tasse CHURCH OF BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Ing WorshlP.:-'', 1l a.m. Youth
.was born In Ralford on Feb. born In Mayo on Dec. 12, 1883, that they would not walk alone Worship II a.m. Youth Ser- Freez Drive In, Sunday Sunday: Bible Study and Communion 10 a.m.;; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn-. Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice
2. 1902 was a retired farmer and was a member of the First nor would be left without a vice 6:00pun.. Evening woraiup School, 10 a.m. Worship Service Morning Worship .ng Worship, II Evening Wednesday 8 p.m.
and a member of the Johns- United Methodist Church of way. The only condition that Zpnv 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Service 11 a.m. Evening ser- Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert J>.'Bur..h
town Baptist Church. Starke. is required Is that one have Thundajr ntentnjer>Me i f Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.
Surviving are three sisters faith enough to trust In Him. 7:30Rus. Worship service -Rev. J.C. Saunders. pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Surviving Is his wife Berne Ivy Luke Pastor day.Leroy 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway&.100 t-. Starke (Grif
Stoten Forsyth two sons Mrs. Lorenzo Green and Mrs. The story has been told of Olive, pastor E.b. .
Cecil K. Forsyth. ;Lake City. Henrietta Hunt both of Starke. a man coming upon a frozen SMYRNA MISSIONARY Griffis, associate pastor. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL fis Loop).
and James Ray Forsyth Rai- and Mrs. Irene Johns Green stream. He carefully tested the BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m.'Morning
ford; three daughters. Mrs. Cove Springs. Ice with a stick, and then his 633 DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH llA !r.T.O.N.CHnISTIAN[ CHURCH School 11 a.m., Morning Wore Worship at'11.. Training Union,
Carolyn Bush Nebraska City Funeral services were held foot. For a time he was hesi- W. St. Sunday services BROOKER Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ship 6 p.m. Training Union 6:30. Evening;_ Worship 7:30:

Nebr.; Mrs. ,Lillie Mae Ruts, at 11 a.m. Thursday in the tant about crossing. Suddenlya Preaching: Sunday, 11 School 10 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wore ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Mid-week Prayer" Meeting Wed.
Lockhart Mrs. Annette Johns First United Methodist Church farmer with a loaded wagon Union, 5:45 a.m. Training ship Services, 11 a.m. and Worship, -James Shaw pastor -' Wednesday-: Prayer Ser nesday. 7:30.: -Rev. Don R.
; : p.m. Evening Worship
Gainesville; one brother Joe with Rev. DeWitt T. Farabee and team of horses came pound- 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.- 'p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- vices.Rev. Drawdy, Pastor!? .

Forsyth, Lake Butler; four sisters officiating Interment followedat Ing across the frozen Ice. The '- *Eld! >r A.G. Flynn, pastor jRev. Lacy Conway pastor. Bob Cooper Pastor KINGSLEY; .L.'aKE BAPTIST
I Mrs. Osle Lewis, Grace- 3 P.m. Thursday In Bethel hesitant man threw down his Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
vllle; Mrs. Ora MeCullough Cemetery, near Mayo, under stick and boldly crossed over CHURCH OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15a.m., Morning Wor-
Dover; Mrs. Allie Carson direction of DeWitt C. Jones trusting the ice. Why did the OF PROPHECY BROOKER 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ship 11 .Evening;:; Worship
Funeral Home. farmer trust the Ice? He had School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun- Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; ;
10 MornIng Sunday
and Mrs. Bernice Sunday School a.m. 7:30 Prayer Meeting 7:30
; pan.; :
tried It before hand. II Peo '>Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. :lay School, !10 a.m. Ron Brls- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- '
I Garcia Auburn, Wash.; Worship, a.m.Young Wednesday. .?,
01. ning Worship, 7 Wed.Prayer
and Faith and trusting are a partof 6 -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor. Superintendent. Training p.m.; -
nine grandchildren. Les ThorntonFuneral ple's Service p.m. Evangelistic Pastor. Rev. Robert West.
nion 6:45 Lowell Meeting and Bible Study 7p.m.
Funeral, services were held everyday life. People standon Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- p.m. Dougas -
at 2 p.m-Tuesday In the Johns- the street corner to wait day Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Director. Worship Services, Study on Rnnk nf Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
services for Les
town Baptist Church with Rev. Thornton, 60, of Ralford who for the bus. They have faith Come and worship with us. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH music 11 a.m.director.7:30.: Lavern! Outlaw G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. Ev.jjv ie Sunday School,' 10 a.m. Morn-

1 Clyde F. Durrance officiating. died Sunday Dec. 26, were heldat that It will appear. Travelershave -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Welcome. ing Worship, 11' a.m. Training
/ Interment was In Brown Ceme- 2:30: p.m. Tuesday in the faith in the pilots of air- Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Union, 7 p.m.,Evening Worship
tery with DeWitt C. JonesFuneral Pine mil Congregational Methodist planes. They trust their very Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
lives to them. eleventh :
Home In of 7:30 p.m. .Everyone welcome.
Church with burial in chapter of Hebrews Is a roll FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.; Sunday Service: Sunday School -L.L. Parker
(' %arrangements. Sapp Cemetery. Brannon call of those men of old who Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morn- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship.10:45: ,pastor.
Funeral Home of Lake Butler trusted God and had faith in Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunda, EVERGREEN BAPTIST ing Worship, 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY :BAPTIST CHURCH
Lillie B. Bald was'in charjze arrangements.:( God's promises. On e should School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship Highway 125 Northwestof Latvcey 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30. Youth Group Meeting Sunday 6:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
Surviving are his wife, l\tig- have this faith because it has 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service ,. Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Midweek Prayer Service 7:30.: p.m. ing Worship 11. Training Union
I Mrs. Llllle B. :Bald: 53, of dellne; four sons, Richard been tried and tested and pro- 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, 30.
Starke, died Saturday. Dec. 19 Thornton Starke; Robert, Marvin -, ven to be powerful. pastor Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
In Lake City. She was a native and Sammie Ralford; two Faith is a source of power Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m.Rev..
and had resided Mrs. Ruth Sapp, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
I of Baker County daughters that can do many things Justas Albert Knight,,. pastor.
In Starke since 1969. She Lake Butler, and Mrs. Vir- a dry cell battery can. Itis FIRST UNITED METHODIST LATTER DAY SAINTS (HOPE? BAPTtST.CHURCH PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
I was a member of the First ginia Manning, Starke; a bro- energy that can cause light, STARKE !1404 E. Bessent Road Highway 100 at Theressa) Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
Baptist Church of Fernandina ther W.J. Thonrton, Starke,and provide motivation, or Igniteour Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning LAURA BAPTIST l.rlCJl SundayPriesthood 8:30 a.m. Sunday School- a.m:, Morn- Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Pre-
Beach. Mrs. Carrie Smith, Lafayette, spark plug of life. Why not Worship 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School, 9:45: c a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacra- ing Worship- a.m.; Training Services Booster Band Young
\ Surviving are her husband Ga.; and 13 grandchildren. make faith a powerful force in MYF groups 6 p.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.ml:; Eve- ment, 6 p.m. Union6:30: p.m.; Evening.Wor People and Prayer Service), 6
Charles F. Bald, Starke; her. your life and prove the new WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal hIng Worship, 7:30: pp .; Mid- MondayMia 7:30: p.m. ship- 7:15: p.m.Wednesday .. p.m. Evening' Worship,, 7 p.m.
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. NEW YEAR'S EVE year to be one of great bless- 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, week Bible Study, Wednesday, TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. Night Prayer Ser- Midweek Service, Wednesday
and Mrs. Irvin Dennard Fer- SERVICE AT PINE LEVEL ing for you? 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30: p.m. WednesdayRelief Society; vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 7:30 p.m. Revj John Strickland,,
nandina Beach: three sisters' J.C. Brown, Minister 7:45.: Be in church Sunday. 7:30: p.m. Packham pastor. Pastor.
Mrs. Arthur Combs, Glen St. The Pine Level Baptist First Christian Church. Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor Jesse D. Branson, Branch
Marys; ;Mrs. Bob Kirkland Church on SR-100 west of -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. .President. ,
Macclenny, and Mrs. Lonnie Starke. will have a special New
r ri( Harris Lake City; two brothers Years Eve service. NEW CHOIR DIRECTORAT LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL r-----------------------------------.

A.R. Burnsed, of Bald-. A program Is planned witha PINE LEVEL HOLINESS CHURCH \
win and Junior Burnsed, Jack- 42 minute film, "No Timeto Sunday School 9:45: a.m.;Morning I \ ,

sonville; and two grandchildren. Wait," to be shown. Dean Cassels, band directorat Worship 11 a.m.; Youth t
Funeral services were held Marty and Jesse Starling Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor-
Bradford High School will be
at 2 p.m. Tuesday In the First missionaries to Peru out of the new choir director at the ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. .I. h rtt t
of Fernandina
Baptist the Pine Level Baptist Church Pile Level Baptist Church Prayer Meeting 7:30:
Beach with Rev. Richard Wynn I
will be speaking along with "I
starting this next Sunday Jan- A
officiating. Interment was In showing some slides on the 3.Cassels. p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncaypastor. (JiMI -' .
Bosque Bello Cemetery with work In Peru. uary will be Bill I
Oxley Mortuary of Fernandina The service will begin at replacing NORTHSIDE BAPTIST '
Myrick who will be going to e
Beach in charge. 8:30 p.m. and last until midnight Arlington Texas to enroll In CHURCH I tf1fJt/ : I

the Bible Baptist Seminary to Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ; \ :
UIzes. work toward a Bachelor of Sacred Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- TI :
ClASP ENVELOPES TYPEWRITERS: Manual or Music degree. ning Worship 6 p.m. Training I I I
.- Bradford County Tele Electric. For sale or rent. Union, 7:30.:
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graph. Bradford County Telegraph.Announcing. ThursdayTeachers and Of- .J ..

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ficers Meeting, 6:30. Prayer tAnother year has passed :: ,

_.-J.: ...::...... __ ___ ----see.1r STARKE Meeting 7:30.Edward: ,$1t
C. Harvey pastor. t and. thing gone by we canmyn= I
,tnI NEW CLASS IN I I'I I VICE: (Week of January 3rd) ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL not change. So ring out the .. .I.

I I CHURCH STARKE \ ,:,,1 .old year and in the new ;j
I ring I
Sunday -_ Brotherhood Meet- "Eucharist' strand 3rd .... ubtj\ y. !j t fMWl lMf_ :'. .. .:
4 CAKEDECORATING I ing and Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.; Sundays Holy 11 a.m. Morning Pray- i ,: S' y ""'with hlgh.r""lulion., ..T'heie ', ,17t
Sunday School, 9:4b: ); Morning ( 11 It' ; w" 2nd and 4th Sunday a.m.
at 11 Sermon "Bal 'tar bell, \which have long been
Worship : t.John: ;. M Flynn Rector. t i' c- I
ancing Life's Books"; Church
i t Council Meeting, 5:00: p.m.. used by churches a. a call i ;

I I Church Training 6:15: ; Even- PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL; worhip.\ are ringing an M, I i iAJI1
STARTS Ing Worship, 7:30: Sermon: METHODIST CHURCH I .
"Behold, I Stand at the Door School 10 a.m. Morn- (for to : 4
I Sunday opportunity you begin I ;
JAN. 11 and Knock"Monday Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- '.
Trustees Meet .. .. .. :.
I t -- vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship . the new year at 1N.'rshlp' t
1971 5:30: p.m.; Deacons Meet,,.Youth 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night Prayer !!i::!!mi@iHmmm1m' '=! ;;! mmmmiimmEmHmmmimmmmmBnmmmmm! :!:! !!!i iI : jmim HHII!
I I Choir Practice 7:00: p.m. 7:30 I ; \with I the lord in Hi"* house t :.
Meeting : p.m. II I iHh!
Tuesday -- WMS Council ,iHli....:!.1 j +.... ..
I f Meeting 10:30: a.m. WMS Program Rev. Neal Starling pastor I 'Imm hi!!:!, Start now\ and be faithful I .;
; !!!IWIi! The Church Is God's appointed agency in this world ii IHim;
11:15: a.m. Covered Dish !;;
I I Luncheon, 12:00: noon; Business AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH MornIng I _umH_'_' (for spreading the knowledge of His lave for man and Imml throughout this year. Attend .t'r. I n

I Registration During Month Of December I Meeting Choir, Girls 12:30: In p.m.Action; Junior, 3:3U: Sunday Worship School, 11 10 a.m.a.m.; Evening; I !'lE'mm mHl! ;: loving of His demand his ne giber.for man Without, to respond this grounding la that love in the by I lim mHiil j.::. Church regularly. :'!;"'" I :.

Worship 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer !!, love of God, no or society" or of lift Imml; oiH l.
I REGISTRATION FEE $10 p.m.; Primary Choir; Girls !InAction Meeting and Bible Study mm government way
Acteens 4:15: p.m. Meet- will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold .:.iim:1I'H :
Young Peoples
I TWO CLASSES To 7:00: P. M. I WednesdayJAMES ROBINI 7 Ing p.m.every Monday 7 p.m. { !!! so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from Iii!mm! 1 \N TrI.. '.. .'

1st From 4:00 M. I SON CRUSADE BEGINS 7:30 G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone i I'H Hii.h,! a selfish paint of view, one should support the Church. liHm, ', i :.
To 10:00
I 2nd From 7:00 : p.m. Welcome. .m!:. for the side of I I the welfare'I of himself an dh.1\ I family., ::;:t; ,, :..
I ENROLLMENT LIMITED Thursday -- JAMES ROBINSON t {.1','_!'"!! Beyond 'that, however, every person should uphold ,Imii I!!'!!:!! t"l': '.

TO 15 STUDENTS PER CLASS CRUSADE, High School ii Iml!!!,... and participate In the Church because 'it tells .the truth !!i!!.!!. :. : ,
I INFORMATION. CALL I Auditorium 7:30:JAMES p.m. ROBINSON ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC !!"IBm l about man's "life"1 death and destiny; t the truth which Ali"' Sr I :
I FOR MORE I Friday -- CHURCH, STARKE !! ;:! alone will set him free to live as a child of God. Imm ..
I CRUSADE, 7:30: p.m. 1 liml, "
Father James Cregan pastor. mm!
Bradford Union Area Saturday -- JAMES ROBIN- I :::" ;I"!;;";" -
I Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday 'Ol nI \
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: p.m. ,_;
Day Mass
Technical Center Mass 10 a.m. Holy
Vocational Wednesday Thursday, Friday ....
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I 964-6150 I ,Crusade Saturday High-- James School Robinson Auditorium --, Confessions-- Saturday 6 j lIIIlmmHmmmmmmmmHmmmmmHmHHHHHmmmmmmmmmmmmjHiiliii!:...!. ::: ::: s : !!!!! !!:!!:, ;!! :;!! !;!!!! !! !;;;!! ; !!!! i!; I; ;;;;';;! i!!! ,1c :.;;

7:30: p.m. p.m.School \ ,I' t
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------ __W.A. Hogan pastor. I :
Grade School-- Sunday 11 .
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f r to High 8 ST.p.m.School--MARY'S CATHOLIC Wednesday FLORIDA STARKE.'x"66"SERVICE

Our Bank Family Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Hoi) .E'' _..,. v"V EST -..
Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. ;t Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 :

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Wishes You and Your Family MADISON STREET ..---,- -" Headlight Adjusting ::

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Opportunities for service Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Brake SeryieeWheel ::.
t ? Peace t tr Sunday Jan. 3Sunday Balanee, -and
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School 9:45: ; Morning Wor 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Alignment(
ship, II; Training Union 6:15: ; 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE
WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: ; Phone 964-5745 for FREE PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Evening Worship, 7:30.: Hiway 301 and 100 "
r Prosperityand t Monday -- Youth Choir Practice Inspections and Estimates AH llinor'Repairs
t 7 p.m.WMU Meeting,7:30.: *.10 S. Temple Starke
Tuesday -- Mission Friends 617 N. Temple Avev., Starke 'i

Girl,} In Action Acteens, 3:30:.
Good Health pjn. BA's 6 p.m. '

Wednesday -- Prayer Meet-

Ing, 7:30: ; Church. Choir Practice I ARKE BUILDERS EDWARDSGroc BRADFORD t. .

'Throughout the Coming Year! --Denton Sumrall pastor. SUPPLIES Inc. ;ry and Market ABSTRACT CO. ,

Ii Featuring Ace Hardware Groeries Meats Feed Better Service For Your

WATCH NIGHT SET Complete Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL Title Problems>
l and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. Abstracts
New Year's Eve Watch
I LFLOR1DAI Night Service will be held at "Check With Us First" S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
the Evergreen Baptist
PHONE 964-5312
158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881
Hellbronn Springs tonight
219 Washington St. 964-5270
BANK AT STARKE (Thursday Dec. 31)). .
Services will begin at 7:30

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. p.m.will! be and special end midnight.singing. .There CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. ?

t One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Everyone Is welcome. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetteiElectrically"

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rd_ : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -- MELROSE -d'-l Skelton National In Driver Receives Rating Training

..-..- Roger F. Skelton. of Lake '" ,''
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.eysfone HiliteslA l Bradford-Union Area Vocatio ......5
nal-Technical School | .
WRIA News -----1 earned the rating of "driver "u '".;.:

orr4473.4182 trainer" and "safety super-x .,....
.A..I".U 473-328g Ay Helen visor" conferred by the American ..

Trucking Assn.,Inc.,Washington ; x ';;

CLUB HERE N' nJERE Gree- D.C. ,',
MIDNIGHT introduced. Mrs. Ruth -
Skelton is of 506' ,
one I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith' ,
Woman's Club'of
The Key son's morning Circle hostedthe } ,
outstanding management men r ;
will be the hostess spent Christmas InSt.Peters Catholic Churchof 7 ;
tone Heights William's luncheon. Usually attractive In the operation of truck and ,h, .
club of the FFWC Fine burg with friends. Keystone Heights observed a centerpiece adorned both the e ,.
bus fleets throughout the U.S. dtCa! .
st &
Arts Festival oo Friday Feb.. bad Mr. and'Mrs.,Don Panrtorn Midnight Mass and Communion speaker's table and the long and Canada, who have earned a wy rs y X ova 7 4kv y "

19. tbe1r Wbole family home on Thursday evening Dec. 24. table of diners. Along the cen- such ratings since 1956 through # .
Nineteen senior clubs and. for the holidays. Their' daughter Rev. Father Maurice Imboff ter were sprays of ivy and / '
their skill and ? .
Donna and her :'
yen Junior Woman's Clubs husband new pastor sang the mass In.English. many table decorations such. training..
District V will from Jacksonville and their son reindeer drawing sleigh '
df* participate a a iy
He is also one of only 141 :\ : *
There will be many categories and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Under Mrs.-Janet Lamn, organist full of gift packages; on another men who have been certified ,
Including .painting,' sewing Roger Pa Mom and choir director, the spot a large red and furry '.' .
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.as aprofeaalDnal"dr1vertraln.r"
ceramics,, literature, etc. The Visiting Mr. and Mrs,. newly organised choir of tan white Santa boot. The main .
complete list will be publish! R.N."&mder1aDd for the Holi: vocalist rendered several familiar I table had a colorful bouquetof the and Association."safety; supervisor"by .

at a later .date. "f days, were their daughter andComyeUUon Christmas Carols with Fall and holiday blossomsand The National Committee Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Woner

Is open to club sonrln-law. Mr. and arras Alston congregation Joining In. Ave foliage. At the side windows of 18 national organizations in .
members only. Entries to be' Kelley from Tallahassee Maria was sung by baritone, were electric candles in the Motor Transportation Safe ,' .
orglnals, no copies, and made and their lam. 'Bruce, who at .Leo La-Blanc and Mrs. Margaret a crescent arrangement. The ty; and Insurance fields Given Son's Posthemous ".,'
since the last Art Fel11vaL.tel. nd.I Tallahassee Pater soprano, sang "It main Christmas motif was the ,
This, advance notice ,Is eae, and Mrs. Sunkrlanol Came Upon A Midnight Clear."' Christmas tree which stood A posthumous award was prewhere MY. Woner was employed The posthumous award induce ..''
to allow members ample time mother, Mrs. T.H. Dunn and Father Imhoff Is the new pastor in a corner where members sented recently to Mr.and Mrs by Hwnphreys Cold Corp. ded the Bronze Star and Air'
to prepare their entries. her uncle, Fred Dorman, both since Father KIrby was contributed boy's socks and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Gerald C. Wooer of East Moline operators of the DuPont Traii Medals, which were presented \
Onenew ruling was added to of Wilmington. DeL transferred. His ministry Is bags of candy\ that would 'be KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Iowa In commenmoration Ridge mine back !In the early to his brother, Gerald, at the .....
the sewing contest Pants suits Mr. ,and Mrs. John Josey greatly appreciated by the par- added to the Sunday, School of their son Chief Warrant 1950'. home of his parents by Lt Col. ,;.,..:
Officer John P. Woner 21 who -t
will be acceptable spent the holidays, with Mrs. Ishoners. Christmas observance on Sun- Lawrence Carroll, CWO Wooer was.killed whenthe R.C. Edwards
idedthey par ,
J to'R4v. was killed last March In a helicopter above (from-".",: ;
helicopter Pictured are
the 20th. This
are. suitable for club wear. = Mr. and Mrs. day, evening Army he was ,-.
If there further ; CHRISTMAS IN HOSPITALOn year both the Sunday, School Sunday School, 9:45 ajnj crash. Vietnam piloting crashed and burned left): Mr. and Mrs.Waver;Ger
lion at this are any piezHen tor Christmas DayZrom Sunday evening members and Church women's projectwas Morning Worship at 1i. Church The Wooer family la rem.mnear lien Hoe Souh Vietnam. aId, Jr.; their daughter Mrs. :.'.I .
Earl time Voyles please, Pre"c con ; ':',)IWe! was Mrs. .-Agnes of the Hospital Auxiliary and Rodeheaver Camp near Training 6:30: pjn. Evening bered by many friends here.. He was a native o(; Starke, Greg Roeta; and Col. Edwards. .
acMrs. the Candy Stripers of Brad- Palatka.! where local
Cross and daughter,Kathy,wilt some boys Worship 7:30. |
ford Hospital made the holiday are now living. Their parents '
her mother and father Mr Monday Youth Music Group,
JANUARY CALENDAR and Mrs. A.B. Watson season brighter and witha were transients and unable to 1 p.m. Service Held If Mobile Home Is Tied Down
FOR WOMAN'S CLUB Several students home from cheery tone entertained the care for the boys, so under the Tuesday -- Girls in Actioni ,.

January will be a busy month,' various colleges for the holidays patients still In the hospital. welfare program of the Circlesthe Mission Friends. 3:15. For F. O. Clark Is It Still A Mobile Home? ".,.:: ..
boys in this .
for the Woman's Club.The first were: Marhhall Gallop. visMiibloynwith Christmas were placed Wednesday -- Hour of Power j I.TennesseeFrancis oJ
business meeting will be held Roxaone Ketch, Susan Bird and la fine memorial home, named 7 pjn. Adult Choir Rehearsal,] When does a mobile home are obviously not "mobile." :'
Tuesday Jan. 12 at 2 pan Gena Mal... > trees, table pieces of Winter after its founder Homer Rode 8 p.m cease to be mobile and become According to the new state 'tip'< '
Guest speaker will be Bob Head! Visiting/ with Mrs. James' motive and at the main entrance heaver, who was music master Rev. Milton Scripture filled 0.\ Clark M, died, a permanent domicile? law governing mobile home., *-1\'
who will give a cheese demOnCook has been Mrs. Thelma two large electric candles during the campaigns of the the pulpit this past Sunday) on December 22 at Ma home This is the question that may all owners of such units must '", >:v
stration. Warmer of Miami. flanked the gaily decora- late Billy Sunday Incidentally morning and evening during the! In Crossvtlle. Tenn., where he be settled In a lawsuit brought apply to the tax assessor after ?*"
On Saturday Jan 23. the Arriving a few days beforeclub ted tree. The Candy Stripers "Ma Sunday" as she war absence of our pastor and his). ,made his home. He was a mem by an official of Cone Con.tnJan.. I, 1971 and have their mo- ,'it"'
will sponsor an Italian Christmas was Mrs.' ; A.E.: adorned every patient's room known was a resident of Park. family who are spending theholidays ber of the Bearden MeUtUon Co., of Tampa who malnbile home assessed. After that; "'
Bachmam's door with a lacy white dolly O-FaUns at ao occasional visit in Birmingham Ala. odist Church of Knoxvllle tales that a'mobile home *.',.'
supper, featuring Joe Petrock's sister, Miss Helen and ceases if it is to be taxed as real estate -'
famous spaghetti. Dtttmer of Appleton Wls. on which was pasted a Christmas Mrs. Peggy: Gayle, (Mr.L.C.) with friends and relatives. We the West Knoxvllle Rotary Club. to be a mobile home when they must purchase aper- ".*.
The Field Day on Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hacker card and glancing ovex gave a Reading of the."way feel very fortunate In.having Mr. Clark came to Green It Is attached to the land It manent "real estate tag" at a';c; *
Jan. 26, will Include a tour of have returned from a visit to the edge was. a tiny golden ann Candle. In talking to this capable and experienced Cove Springs on July l, 1925 stands on and Is stripped of nominal cost of a dollar or .' ';;
Bradford Furniture Corp. In New Jersey. elf. this reporter she said as so minister living in our area to when he becam.a.aoc1&tedwiUt wheels and running gear. two, and they pay the regular '
Starke. Mrs. Lanier will bt Dickie Martin, son of Mr. The musical notes of Christmas many congratulated her, flat call upon whenever pur peaJc: Penney In the development The suit could result In a ad volorem .tax according''' to ',
guest speaker, her subject and Mrs. E.T. Martin Is home wafted along the corridors this particular piece she had. tor Is away. of Penney Farms Memorial) Florida Supreme Court test of Its value. ',,',
"The Manufacturing of Furni: from Military Camp and has enrolled as the rroup, sang ca- enjoyed for many with and AWatcbNUeSenicela.cheHome Community.: He left-In'' Florida's 1970 law dealing with If still classified as a mobile '. '<
ture." at St. John's River Jun- ro.... "All Was Bright and decided to share it the doled for Thursday evening 1929 to go to Korea as an mobile home taxation home, the owner of'' the "' .'
ior College for the next term. Happy" In deeds of Goodwill for Church'Women. from 8 p.m. till midnight. This agriculturist under the auspices The Cone official argues that unit must obtain a motor ve- ', '
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Qulncy Gardner those convalescing v Each Circle held a short business has become an annual event in of Mr. Penney. He was a memmobile holes', when stripped hide license tag for It on the .'

The week before Chrlstmai visited their parents In Columbus meeUrw1011owl11ltheclo. our church at which time we ber of the Green Cove Springs of traveling gear and placed basis of Its width and length.
several Junior Woman's Clul and Topeka, Kan. over the CHURCH WOMENA of the, luncheon program. enjoy seeing the New Year in Rotary Club In Its early organization on a permanent foundation, These tags average about $60 <<'; ';
members Journeyed toSunland holidays. Making the trip with Christmas luncheon of the The flrnt ,r.mrl MMtlncr with fellow Christians. A pro- and a director In should pay ad valorem taxes depending on size of unit. "-''.';
Training Center where they had them was their son Eddie, ChurchWomenwasheldonDenember ; of the Church) Womefrin 1971 tram Is being'"ilanned which the Bank of Green Cove Springs, as real ..tate. and not a motor Long thinks It would be to the "".
a Christmas Party for the and daughter. Miss Wilma Gar ; will be' held at 7:3p p.m. on will Include a film ship en- vehicle license plate tax. advantage of most mobile home 1'! ';'-" '
girls In Hibiscus Cottage. Asines of Gainesville. 14 In the Educational January 4.CHRISTMAS. titled "Daniel" covering the In 1948 Mr Clark returned The 1970 law gives the owner owners to pay ad valorem taxes ,'v,''

moNg those going went, Mre.House guests of Mrs. Foster Building. The president Mrs. trlumnhant events of, Daniel' to Penney Farms where he an option: He can either obtain since they are deductable on -..* '
James Cook. Mrs. Elam GlleHowell are Mr. and Mrs. Jake Barry Wymen welcomed the GIVING life and how.as a was superintendent of the Mea motor vehicle license plate income tax returns and also
son, Mrs. Russell Boutte, Mrs.Howell of Atlanta. members and had two guests. dealt with himself in developing mortal Home Community; for or pay property; taxes but he subject toe four per cent dl.-, .
Pat Bennett, Mrs. Robert Stan- Mr. and Mrs. S.E. McKay Keystone Heights membersof the necessary traits through" the next ten) years. During his must do one or the other count if paid in November. The *
ley, Mrs.Joan Kuy Kendall,Mrs. entertained Mr. and Mrs. Jake night. the Bradford County; Sen- every trial beginning: with climaxing tenure there, the Quadrangle The suit was filed against ad valorem tax will also de- vr.
Lyndell Klrtley. Mrs. Ronald Howell, Mrs. Foster Howell, We are happy to report that ior Citizens Club entered in the Lions' Den, Building: and the Mary Olin R.R. Walden Hlllsborough crease as value of the trailer ..-....
Homer and the Misses Karen Mr. and Mrs Gene Hacker, Mrs. E.E. Patter Is home from tered into the Joy of Giving Throughout these trials, DanClinic were constructed under County; tax assessor, and two'. depreciates. Long says,whereas -
Stanley, Sherry Kuykendall and Mr. and Mrs.Ellis Roblin,Mrs. Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville with the Starke members In leI remains true to God and a his :': mobile home owners It states the license tag remains the' ..
Danlta Sparkman. Madeleine Smith and Miss Ger- following surgery.Mr. making and giving gifts to the respected and mcorrupted leader 6 'dan ce. .. that mobile homes owned by same each year. *" -- >
trude Houser on Christmas and Mrs. Gay, Livingston 48 patients in the Starke Nursing of God's people. In addition, Mr. and Mrs.. Clark maintained these two persona are ".ur- Long says the county also *
spent Christmas with their son Home.: This reporter being there will, be special music, while In.a home on Keystone LaM rounded by various structures realizes more direct benefit \

and daughter-in-law Mr. and pair of wash cloth,towels, slippers special prayers,congregational Florida made,of concreate blocks, cefrom the ad valorem tax rat ''
Mrs. Alec Livingston, In.Ft. ,. requested that three pair singing of hymns, games and; t, mentbrick,> rock or other her than the license tag 'tee ,'
GREETINGSH97I Lauderdale.Mr. pers-reqjested that three pair refreshments. Visitors are InSurviving are his wife. Mrs construction material" and which goes to the state.
and Mrs. William Boyd go to Keystone elderly Mrs. vited to come and take part in .uclle S. Clark; four.children have lost their status of being .
from Panama City; spent the Made Sargent Mrs. Catherine our service and the church jy a former marriage Dr. mobile homes. .O.!
holidays with his mother Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Alice Dw- nursery will be open for the Harold B.' Clark Gainesville; The suit says the mobile My y Neighbor 1 ii c'

Paley Boyd. yer. If anyone Is interested In convenience of those with young F. Burton Clark Clearwater; homes are totally without i '
Former Keystoners, Mr. and making and giving a similar children. Mrs. John Graham, Seattle, necessities as wheels and running 5"*g. .
Mrs. E.P. Menzen, of Naples' gift: for a "shut In," Just can We will like at this time Wash.; Mrs. C.H. Oestmann gear lights, hitch and f% T "
were here over the holiday's this writer 473-4748..Mr.and to extend cur sympathy to Mrs Arlington Heights ni.j, several tongue, brakes, and similar 1- / '' .
with Mrs. Menzen's sister Mrs. Pete Johnston of Starke Faye McCormick in the loss grandchildren, and a sister, tams y :
: JI.f Mrs. E.F. Alken, and with their delivered the gifts and the of her husband end our dear bins Leila C. Blgson. RushThe Cone official believes .
2 son and his family Mr. and head nurse expressed her appreciation friend and fellow church memY1U., Mo.Funeral. that mobile home owners aren't .
Mrs. Robert Menzen. and would add a her Bob McCormick; and also services were conpaying: their fair share of taxes, :
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Bastedoof touch of Christmas, and a card to Mrs. Gertrude Hubbard In ducted at 11:30 ajn. on Dec.and that this compels other 1 :
Folkston Ge. spent Christmas .- for each patient. President Joe the loss of her mother ember 24 at graveside with citizens to pick up the slack '
with their daughter and Kerrigan of Sliver Lake welcomes burial In the Crossvllle City on their property; taxes
son-in-law and their family, local Keystoners and Cemetery.KEYSTONE. Bradford County Tax Assessor /4 :
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walrath. area seniors to visit the Club Gene Long says that he I ;. .
Housegueste of the Raymond and be a part of working for Services Held SS-5-55 already requires "double- r- c y ) \ :
Starnes are Mr. and Mrs. D.P. the good of others of their own type" mobile homes where two ftS"Before :
Davis of Wise, Va. peers For Dr. Putnam units are Joined together, to be I decide to settle

Mr. and Mrs Raymond In Gainesville assessed as real estate: ,as, they down here, what about your :
Starnes spent Christmas weekIn MASONIC EASTERN Income tax structure?"

Whatever we do, let us be doingit Pensacola with their son STAR CALENDARThe .:
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and first Chapter meeting of Dr. George ln. utnani, 63. HEIGHTS .
with a view to the future.It Mrs. Milton Starnes.Houseguests the Keystone Heights Club will who had medicine
of Mrs. Bess be held in the Masonic Templeon the past several months in the NEW YEA R' .;

is our pleasure to serve you. Groosberg for the holidays, were January S at 8 pjn. with former office of Dr.T.G.Pitch ;:
Miss Emma Matthews of Erie, Worthy Matron Jo Reed and died Sunday, Dec. 20, in Ala- DIRECTORY I a a, _, ;;
Pa., her niece, Mrs. Arlene Worthy Patron Gilbert Reed inns General l Hospital after a EVE :
A FULL SERVICE BANK Brown of Buffalo, N.Y. and presiding.Masonic brief Illness. :'.

GET Lee Syracuse of Greenville, Lodge 89 AnaUv.ofBll1J11nahamAla.. BEAUTY SHOP I %%
: will hold Installation Cere-
S.C.Mr. Dr. Putnam was a spalcallst In 0 S. 1/ i'
and Mrs. Robert Red- mony on the 9th. Further Information urology In Gainesville for 22 '
KEYSTONE STATE BANK fearn and daughter Christy; are will follow In next vears. Following his retireKEYSTONE '' rr R '
here for a few days with Mr issue. Repeating, the Melrose ment .from the field he "...
Member FJ>XC.. >KermUe* Heights, PIa.' and Mrs. W.H. Redfearn Sr Lodge is located in the Masonic tered general practice enBEAUTY SHOP 1
Miss Julie Redfearn of Boc Temple in Keystone Heights. and purchased a home at Keystone '
Your .FrJMMDr. Baa fa YfeurCetaataaJty. I'rs.G7 Raton Is visiting her'family, Heights where he resided EDITH JOHNSON Owner s::. .
PERSONALS Personal and Creative Hair Styltea lOT IL L -:
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Redfeara until his death. He was, .
.Jr. and Patricia. B.E. Templeton of Pawleys Every Form of Beauty :'
.. Island, S.C. spent several days a member of the Methodist Culture Tues.-Sat. 1-5; closed ::.
Church and former memberof 2:00
visiting Ms sister. Mrs.Autrey Monday.NURSERY. A.M. i..
Vance, and his niece,Mrs.Anne the Alachua County; Medical I
Anderson, prior to the Christ-' Society; past president of t "
/ DEC 31
man JnlMava., the Florida Urologlcal Assn., I .:'
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Tom- a'member of the American =::

mica of Cala,Ga.spent Christmas Colleap; otS rgeone. the South- 0.C. C ames N. :.,;
eastern Assn. ;
Day with the A.P. Hall. Urologicil. past LIVE MUSIC BY .
president of the Gainesville
mans. The ladles are sisters. Shrine Club, and a member Thousands of plant.
1490 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridges of the Masonic Lodge. He was Fruit Trees-Shftde TNe8 I::
'and daughter, Marilyn, are enjoying
STATION an extended holiday visit on the staff of the Bradford Evergreens :

% KC with their daughter and family County Hospital Camelllaa &: Azaleas :;
WPXE of Birmingham Ala Mr. and Surviving are his wife, Mrs. MOST ALL IN CANS OF JUNE .
Bertha Putnam
Keystone .
Mrs. Hill Brannon and son '
Heights a daughter, Mrs. :
GATOR BOWLGAME Bobby Brannon and daughter is the Leigh.Bridges Carolyn Martha A. Abstein, Salem, Va.;; Beautiful ROMS .:::

daughter and twin sister of one son George E. Putnam, LandscapingPhone : $3 SO PER COUPLE ::::
Marilyn. Orlando; andtwocrandchUdren. :s
Funeral services 659-2165
Seabee Joseph Stein Jr. (retired were held
at 2:30: pjn. Wednesday Dec. $1 00 STAG ti
) of Gulfport, Miss and .
23, in the WilliamsThomasChapel 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on .;v
family short time with
spent a
Gainesville Burial was Hwy. 100 at Florahome :
Ms parents Joe and Elsie Stela. :
In Gainesville Memorial Park. :;
They; were returning from a Includes (Hats Noisemakers; ;:
visit with an uncle, whose wU
and maternal aunt passed awayat Favors Etc.Holiday .
MISSISSIPPI VS AUBURN their home Tarpon Springs. pl D. pNT :
.. ,
The ever busy Colgina, .0t.t.\-
George and Rosalie of KevatoneHeights. )

SATURDAY JAN. 2 ( so-Journed to their Ji .t Lounge J&ssT"
native city; of Norfolk Va. fora
five weeks stay. On their C' ., .:;.
drive north they spent a week ;,
COURTESY OF with their minister son and .

family, the Rev. and Mrs. Hlway 21 North Keystone, Hts. & Package.
-,."ca ; George L. Colgta, Jr. .In Winston -
S. E. McKAY & ASSOCIATES Salem, N.C. ------I II
While enjoying their Norfolk Barbecue Steaks .. Fresh SeafoodBuffet .:

stay Mr. Colgln attended the Lunch Daily ti;
and Hwy. 21 North -. Keystone Height
Fall Scotfah Rite Reunion
L..1.i '
Mn. M.lba IIg.n 'remained for the Stated Annual Dining Room Open 7 a.m.12 p.m. I
M,. Peschal Carr Communication ceremonies. of Phone 473-4345
Col. Jan,.. tli.tdngton,' ", For Tak -Out Orden Call Ole A1 473-9620 :
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,P; Christmas Day
Navy Seaman Richard A. By Helen Egan
to. Braswell. son of Mr. and Mrs.
C.R. Braswell of Starke has
returned of Moravian Love Feast. The Col- Bradford County; received a
\ to his home port (From Freoedm Pace)
.Norfolk. V.. aboard the air gins are back now In their Key welcome "Christmas gift" In
craft carrier. USS America. the Corinthian Blue Lodge of stone home and celebrating the the form of half an Inch of
after an eight-month deploy. which he was a member.J>rl holidays in the old tradition of rain on December 25the

:, meat to the Western Pacific.fcOPER their return trip they again the Mr.Moravian and Mrs.Sect.T.W. Hansen. most In almost two months. D t''::' !I-IIIII -f=t 1IJ If: : fII SWA :: I.CIn= :"D=J.r.'f' =fIl4I113, (=;f I ..' -.bII: = =a=t

,'( visited their son's family In of Hutchinson Lake are enjOy- All three fire towers In the
,,'' STICK Vinyl Plaat1ct Winston Salem. The Traditional ing a holiday visit from Mr. county; reported the same a- .
letters an sizes colors. Permanent Candle Tea held in Old Salem and Mrs. Arden Olson of Detroit mount, .5 Inch. SKYLINE 1971 :: ",
o< for use on wood, glass.plastle. was the highlight of their visit Lakes Mich and Mr. The fire tower at keystone JIMMY MOORE PECANS
II,; paper metal, leather. there. It Is here that the Chris- and Mrs. Joseph Custer and Heights received one Inch Minimum CherIe __.. I.7S MOBILE HOMES SUN SPORTS w

!Ir::r ANYTRmai I -Bradford County tmas Is Eve.celebrated.and Eastern During Candle the granddaugter Mary Olson. during the week ending Mon- (Cover IS words) FOR SALEShelled
a Telesranli. tf Tea Can- Mrs. Custer and Mary are day--.5 Inch on Dec. 24, andS 12' x 60 BOAT FOR .
demonstration of MOORE
Tea a granddaughter of the Hansens. The Bland- Each word over 15-7oSOe 3 Bedroom
on Dec. 25. Camp;;>>
t dle Making Is observed- for theIf They, with Mr. Custer. 'are Ing weather station reported Extra: Charge U not $4 OftS YOUR MONEY\ or: Unshelled'

Medical students at Universityof .31 Inch on December 25, witha paid la advance Furnished WHOLESALE RETAIL
Michigan.Mrs. total of .45 for the month. Starke Ph. 964.5791
:: I GAINESVILLE ing her annual Christmas and Complete Outboard &, Pecans Cracked
11.50 Per Inch
Although the shower broughta HOME SALES
New Year's visit with their Stern Drive Service and Sc lb.
If former Miami friends the break In prolonged droughtit Memorials Resolution Starke, Flav 100 West Repair. Complete Fiber.
was not enough to lift the
James Cooks. Mrs. Webster Proclamations, etc 7c word
glass Repair. Custom- C. R.
ban that has been imposed on
Business Directory still resides in the Miami area. : "BRADFORDe
Mr. and Mrs.John Hlmble hada outside fires of all kinds.Brad- CARDS OF THANKS built Fiberglass Fishing

happy reunion with Mrs.Hlm- ford County; remains! on fire SO words or less ? ......3.00 COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage Boats.

ble's son and family. Mrs. alert. Each word over 50-7o parents wanted Some
r AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES Himble is recovering nicely Married couples and -women. LEW'S
December Seven woods fires were reported FOR RENT Small, 2-bed-
f from eye surgery on Salary starts $347 per month. -
16, and her wrist fracture is during the period. Dec. FOR SALE Oak and hard.Iaood per person. 5 day week 8 hour !rocm furnished :hiau e. 746 N. WELDING SHOP
; BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Faris, Inc. now out of cast. Col. Albert 21-28, with 46 acres burned. tor fire place $10 day. Promotional opportunities Wolruti St. Call 984-7444 or 964-

Whilden (retired) wife Fran and strand delivered. ContactIany : State Retirement, sick leave 5070, Up. Whispering Pines Mo-

OLDSMOBILX SEEDS PLANTSInsecticides daughter Betsy returned to their O'Neel' at 964-6200 tfchg vacation' : etc Please apply In ,tel ITS,,301 S. Phone
p I SALES *. SERVICE -Pet SoppllMFERTILIZERS retirement home on Colonels Six Deer KilledOnly person only .Personnel Offlc, FOR RENT House In country 9648252.
f Mae; Selection .f Used Can., Island, near-Savannah Ga.Their (FAST TV & STEREO RE: BuHland: Cen!>er, Gatncsv'JI.e, also cpartmerts In
Taken.. Oa Cadillac Trades We Rent Fertilizer Spreader two sons! Covey is In the ser- PAIR. Free pick-up: city Fla. An equal opportunity .m- Ste.-ke. W. H. Mailman tfchg. UTILITY TRAILERS

tOM N.W. 13th Ph. 17S-SSM 24 N.W. 8th Ph. 878-0478 vice in Pearl Harbor and Ran- six deer were killedin i5ml:! $. Dahmer's! Discount ployer. tfchg FOR SALE 1964 Comet 2- CUSTOM BUILT'

"""* Whildens dolph Is In Vietnam. As residents the the Camp Blanding Wild Life tfchg door: 6 cylin&er. ExcellentCon:1iU.n GAS AND ELECTRIC
were Keystone -
GLASS Management area during the -r---- : $493.00. Call 964-8395 WELDING BRAZING
when the children were WANTED House full of furniture
Motor Inc.TOYOTA week of Dec. 21-27 by 1,885 -
Barkley B4-B690. Itp..
school "kids". and lived hunters who checked into the : ; nay cash. Dtlhm '11

LIDDELL next door to Louis and Ann area. During the same per- Discount. tfdi* MARY FOR ,SALE C. S. (Miles fruit TRAILER HITCHES
Lebert on Lakeview Drive iod 34 quail, 82 cat squirrel. market, ,grocery and meat INSTALLED
Betsy made a Christmis: even- 23 fox squirrel, and one hog Southern Marine store, plus 7-room residence;

I 4 Sales wheel- Parts drive-and Service ears Glass Company the ing call Leberts.on their good neighbors were bagged. Moved To GainesvilleNew CARTER nil combined On. Lake: Butler.Phone ........"

Glare For Every. Purpose" 0647315after 8 p. m.
Clean Used Toyotas NameCainesville
1-5-71 NOTICE
:I'' 1700 N. Main 379-1208: Store l"ronb1M1rrorsTub PAINTSNEW 2t ;

Enclosure* -Showers Marine FOR RENT 1 bedroom: fur- ,
Starke and Keystone
Furniture Tops Class Re- and
LYNN HAMILTON MGB. 'JIJsheda.rtment. Hot
d VARHEYLLincoln placed Johnson Motors Cobra. Boats ITEMS cold water furnished. Suitable, Heights area Customers

Marine Supplies JOIT working lady or gentleman I
NEW LOCATION Hastings Mattress
Mercury 570 W. Call St. Phone
1228 So. Main Gainesville 1030 E. University Ave.
064-3884. Itchg: E. J. D:>wlllfl and Upholstery
; 2Z01 N. Main Gainesville 372-8191; 1108 ; 1, Gainesville Unpainted Furniture
1 FOR RENT Attractively furnished
\ 37S-4251 WANTED LISTINGSOn 710 St. Johns Ave.PAI.ATKA .
Home MEN'S WEAR \ .. Homes and Acreage Buyers Wood Graining Kit 2 (bedroom house at
Xlngsley Lake. Phone' > 904-7831.
>i i or } Waiting. trout Realty Beg tfchg. MM J, W. Klnoald
Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. K.80 Paint Remover Is Open AgainFURNITURE
Mere.ry-Cougar-Continental" STAG 'N DRAG I', Ph. 864-6609 Starke. Flu. WILL KEEP CHILDREN In my
Nark HI-Inrfsh: Ford t Houses Washed home, anytln Monday thru
Griffin Suits For all :your Real Estate
Cleanest Used Oar AvaUtoDleHeaulv Arrow Shirts FlorskelsB flee Needs Buy Sell ExChange : Lawn Mowers\ For R'ent :Friday.: All ages Best of care. Repaired Refinished
t Phone 864-8TO2! 2tp] 12 31 Re.uphofstered
Formal Rentals Appraisals. Expert
Academy Ladles Sportswear Advice on all Real 102 EAST BROWNLEE WANTED Lady for part time MATTRESSESFREE'
2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY } Estate Problems Call STREET froustworkJMust havi! own
and GAINESVILLE MALL BILL POWELL transportation': Call Mrs. Eliza- '' ESTIMATES

POWELL'S MOBILE HOMES Reg. Real Estate Broker 'i. ":; -:4.1.."jtI"A;; both Ctewq. Phone 9C4-5211. Up Call'Collect 328-2144
Beauty Starke Plaza Starke LOST BJic': ,: wallit. Rewind:
MUSIC ; FOR RENT12' wide 2 be* no qucnt'ona'! 'ask:!*:!' Jen1eGrI'f
Tour Uchc
Learn a Profession In ) .. room trailer outside citr11m1t.s. : !., Ph. flR4.R212. Itp
Spare Time.1"u1l or Part Time J. B. White, 9646114. iwm vada>ro< wv wi

BALDWIN Miss Louise Stern, of Starke, was selected as a idler BrownVolkswagen Beautiful! splnet-on e steed I
ELECTRIC MOTORS locally. Reported like irew.Reasonatls .
model for the fashion wig presentation at a recent
'I. sales conference: in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured with '! firty' can teles on
1 cMelA lew taJance. Write before SALES & SERVICE
'payment:: :
,; ELECTRIC the model is John Mangeno, New York hair stylist drO"1IIIIIr'! !! Water Conditioning we send: truck JopLin PI-: PFAFF NCCCHI'

Motor Repair Co.Of A:"; MUSIC.. (left) and Dominic Abbott (right) president of Abbot and Pump Co. anD, P. O. Box 103, Panama NEW HOME UNIVERSAL
Tresses, Inc. After the show the wig was presented City. FH. 32401. Itp $49.50

Gainesville Inc. O>llle Shopping Ctr. 372-535 to Miss' Stern, who Is an area manager for 130 Court Street HELP WANTED- Experiencedcook PARTS REPAIRS up OM All
New A
Repairing Rewinding Luzier. Sale. Service Used 1..0). Phone 96,15832PLUMBING morning shift. Alo dishwasher OTHER MAKE MACHIMCS

.- New and Used. morning shUt. Applyat NATIONALl
181' N. W. Kth Ph. 37Z-8J18 MOVERS 1 MI. North of Tire Mall Holiday Inn 301 North,
Starke. 2t chit 1-7 l .AVI.
Eight Out of Ten Marriage-Minded GAINESVILLECARL Water Conditioners 318.1355
I Farm and Industrial Long Distance Moving and Pumps DRIVERS NEEDED
Equipment Train now to drive \mi'-tnicfc!! I
Storage Packing WELL DRILLING
locnl and over the rsad.[ Dieeel -
Santa Fe Tractor, Crating Estimates- SMppL..fFree CellHILL'S Couples Will Make 25th MilestoneMen Sales and Rentals l or gas; experience helpful

BEGGS but not necessary. You can
Repair Department .
FORD earn over $4.50 PCT:! ho-ur after PUMPS
of the county's men Gulf ServiceUSED 24 Hour Service
66 cent
Farm Tractors ii implements: and Women In Bradford per rhort: traIning. For application
tnaD: EQtnPIIIrfT: Van Service Inc. County; are "marriage- and women over age 14 are PARTS 'and Interview call 305-523-64B4.
BALES PART SERVICE minded"-- more so than the married. a relatively high pro TOP Prices for Wrecked Cars A. J. Thomas, Registered Real orwrite Safety Dept., United:! NEW AND USED
national average. Government Estate Broker. Specializing! in Systems Inc.. 822 N. Federal
4438 N. W. 6th 3762548GAINESVILLE.
3540 N.E. Waldo Bd. G'vHIe the average 23-year-old 24 Hour Wrecker Service SAI ES'PARTS
!:, FLA. statistics and reports from Insurance Appraisals for Estates!: IndividuAls Highway Fort Laja!'rdalc,
372-1271 Bradford County bridegroom,
companies Indicate the ; Fuel Oil and Corporate Owners. Fin. :3104: ) ?t chg 1-7
who takes a bride four years
AJ.TO: cwe-T.l real cetate, ,bus.Jness. SERVICE
younger than himself, the probability Used Cars 21-INCH ADMIRAL color
Is greater than 8 out Rwy. 311 N. Waldo Thirty Years> experience Deep and Shallow Wells
(used! TV nth
) Tew' picture
will cele- In :Florida land matters. Tel.964i70t. Water Softeners and
of 10 that the couple
:';0 468-1998 tube. Dahmer'a Discount! tf
: overhead SMrlcg.> PVpfa, tf ch -
"My system brate their silver anniversary ? chili FiltersPlumbing
25 hence.
Even for men who as
SEWING Craned Crosby Lake & Crosby Lake
has definitely cut 25th late anniversary as 35, the are chances better of than a oiled and adjusted\ In ;your Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes. Smith Plumbingand EXPERT SERVICE ON

t 7 out of 10,according to the general home, $5.00. Vacuum cleaner Summer Cottage Or Year- ALL MAKES
repairs also. All work guarantee Round Ltvh! g.
average. Similarly, a Supply PHONE
overall operating cost. greater proportion of married ed. Denns! E. Cogglne, Phone All Lots Ready To Go-Clear
,. .
couples than ever before are 431-1428. tfeny ed. Graded & Leveled
living to celebrate their golden Priced From 99500. Financing Raiford Road
AvallabTe. Call
flfl4-770l. Phone
anniversaries. For the typical 964-6023
space. On,! Large storage
young couple now entering mar-
the odds in favor better shed: one srjscihiairtc\ shop: o* FOR SALE: Treated<2 and ua,
riage, are -
I than one out of three.more warehouse' on 301 South cf treated pine and cypress lum Contracting and Repairs
than double what they were"SO Starke. Call Mutual I/write.' /ber. random! width and lenfh.! Plumbing' Fixtures
years ago. Zac. 964-7490 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Crecscted J>oks, railroad cross Water Heaters .SEARSHas
Of the approximately 2,780 ?_tfchg! roles i" 'back pipe for welding Water Pumps
married couples who are now various shop equipment!' Everthing
living in Bradford County approximately SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic 'welders ets. Mutual Lumber
120 of thema Letters all sizes colors Perm- Company Inc. 6 m'.Jcs south.
record number will be markIng anent for use on wood, glass on 301. Pbore 964-7490. Call STARKEPhone
their 25 years of marriagein plastic! paper, metal leather (between 8:00: A.M. and 400TF : CLASP ENVELOPES' all
1971. The likelihood that a ANYTHING) -Bradford County PM. 4fchg sizes.- Bradford County Telerraph. 961-6S4S
couple will survive and be together Telegraph._t* .
to celebrate their silver WE DON'T HAVE IT

greatly anniversary in recent has decades increased, not WATSON'S Supptlri we'll
4 withstanding rate. the high divorce House of Vacuum snent.Telegraph.- Bradford County i TYPEWRITERS i

The end of World War II. Many brands of new vacuum
j which occurred just 25 years '3t.OO'P.! Used machines from BAIRD ADDING MACHINES i
; ago, has special meaning for S10. Expert Repairs nil makes.
many married couples In Brad- Parts and Access rles for all Mobile Homes

ford County For it was right vacuums. Built In Central vac NEW and USED CALCULATORS i
afterward, in 1946, that they uum cleaning systems. 712 N.
and some 2,300,000 other U.S. M">In, 31,1.111' :A7A.1110CLASP : 8.10.12' Wide .
couples marched down the aisle. Gainesville While Last!
Get'em They
I The great majority of them, ENVELOPES. all Good Quality i i iI
having escaped divorce and slse*.- Bradford County Tel.-
:;, death in the intervening years rrnnti._ Reasonably Priced
:4tt are now ready to celebrate their Gainesville 378-2785 I Used Typewriters i

silver wedding anniversaries."A INTERSTATE MOBILE Home Serviced, Guaranteed sad
moving in Fla. Call 964-5606. Delivered In !Slorko! Area :'

\1Gi.-LI tfchg- NO EXTRA COST -$45 To $85- :

tt FOR SALE Northern BobWhite T8 441 N. 4502 NW 13th S .
tt small select !breeders. aalre.vm.. 17U7AS: .

also, :>> Tenntfrve Reds (Blonde Completely Reconditioned :
Plus many man-hours saved: And electric irrigation system on addi- Cortoilx: &: Button.. E. R. Bowers withstand weather20c: Treated. to

that's not all James Paxson's elec- tional citrus acreage. No wonder. r Fin, Rt.32008., 1 Ph.Box 9352185.206.( Branford 92.23 dos Special price on each lirer Royals I RemingtonsntlARANTEKl :

tric irrigation system does. Mr. Pax- Isn.t t it time you looked into electric 8t-hi7 1.88 Telegraph quantities. Bradford County I

4 son reports.-I can irrigate 480 acres irrigation? Just call your equipment tf n TO WORK i
FOR SALE New brick. 3
with 2 acre-inches of water in 60 dealer. bedroom 2 baths living room INSURANCE : .
AT REDUCED See Them AtBradford -
hours, with automatic changers to Electric irrigation not only saves dining rocm. family room. AUTO. RATES : :
FiRE: riOAT .
assist in irrigating the total 1200 money and time gossip is FHA or Convrrotlonnl FlnAtic.In DOYLF: E. CONNER .
a person who
........ *. Contact Buford M>lchell, : County TelegraphS !
acres: ,it can also save I.g. suffers from acute indiscretion. Phone 9646760. P.O. Box 238 INSURANCE AGENCY

Mr. Paxson plans to expand his yourcrops .rrI ....".... .-...... ..-... ." Stark tfchg keg : !nci.fi.toiI :

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