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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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County Must : Hall Heads problem about Still Stnrke's of faced what with growingpower to the do


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Live Up To fj 1 ;, '' / I School Board will thercd.meet the Monday City at Council 7 p.

: m. to decide which course<<:
t to take

ilk Rodney Hall wag named school yer asked that agenda tor each
1966 Promise M J chairman for the new school meeting be sent to board mem
Newest bit of Information
: board officially beginning Its bers a week in advance, for
which the council Is armed Is
". new term this month. them to study and be better
forecast from Auditor Ned Scottof
'"1'1, Seeber Goodman was elected prepared tor topics to be the city's future income based

The county will live up to a 1966 agreement with vice-chairman, and the meet brought up at each meeting. on a projected rate of growth
Mrs. Maude Wainwright Hess of Heilbronn Springs Ing date set as the first Tues Casey said he'll make that NewYear's of 10 per cent.
I who agreed! to road r day after the first Monday all resolution tor his of-
county equipment widening1. Water : !
'r actions required by state law rice The rate Is based on the
Oak Creek across her property at Heilbronn Springs y for school boards. city's past performance Chair

under certain conditions. man Nell: Tucker says, addinghe
Johnnie Blaine Thompson thinks the city "can rea
"If we didn't do what we'w up now" said Norman, who seated as a new member of $302,329Bid sonably expect this growth to

"supposed to, I want the Boaro worked on the attempt to get :r' lrt4 f, .iay'p, t ti the board, and Goodman as a con tlnue."

to do It," Commissioner Dave the drainage ditch cleaned outlast re-elected member In the reorganization The auditor's forecast, Tucker -

.Shuford said Monday morning. year. session Tuesday Gets says "pretty well tells us

Shuford suggested that since Mondayhad ) morning. that money will be short" tor
The commissioners
Commissioner George Roberts
word from their attorney, Hall replaces ll.A. Lawsonas a new bond issue. Electrical
was chairman at the time the
Fred Wilson has
agreement was made, the board Judge Yawn, that it the county chairman. Lawson a vet- VoTechProject Engineer rec-
ommended a $1 million bond
wait until Roberts will live up to Its 1966 agree- eran of 20 years completed or
was sworn ----- -
in tor a new term this week, ment with Mrs. Hess' daughter the school board has servedas issue Including which would two new forestall generators -
Anita M. Hess and her chairman vice-chairman
or
then harts go was see present Mrs.but Hess.said Ro no husband Alton Boles that per Chairman Dave Shuford w.lcom new board m.mb.rt George Roberts, left{ and tor 18 of those years.The board a second bond Issue !In the
next few
thing. haps the drainage ditch matter ,. voted to have a document prepared years.
The Board Into can be resolved out of Eddie Allen, and new Clerk Gib Brown.Shuford thanking Lawson tor his Other alternatives to be con-
ran trouble sidered the Council this
Forest Hills Construction Co by
court."Let's. service as chairman, requiring -
:X>n the agreement
apparently
Monday are the purchase of a
low bidderon
hours in was accepted as
( extra
by forgetting to widen the creekin the dragline In many paper .
put work above that) of the other the phase three construction peaking unit for about $200
two places Instead widen there and do what we're supposed at the Vo-Tech center 000, or utilizing the new connection
ing !It only once for a water to do," Chairman Ze- board members at Tuesday's school board of 1,500 kilowatts o'

hole for cattle. dra Hamilton said, agreeing To Head Under buslnesa before tile meeting. power from Florida Power ant

"That word 'water hole' !Is with Shuford. old board, Supt. Tom Case The accepted bid of $302- Light !In emergencies.

a bad word to the board" said Or. A.Y. Covlngton, comma 329, contingent on approval ot Tucker points out the city'spower
officer like
ty health would to
Shuford stated. He made it clear the State Department of Education : capacity is sufficient tor
have the schools participate ira
to a Telegraph reporter that Included two alternates: nine months of the but
year
tor [
the water holes In the Hess[ program giving measles sidewalks and paving at $4,402
Trials 71 Board shots in March. The vac In the hot summer months of
agreement were simply wide County cine would be administered tt and enclosing existing open July-September the firm capacity -
places In Water Oak Creek, rive through 10-year-olds with hallways to control heating and of 5,650 KW Is strained
"not a water hole hill cooling at $4,559. These are
on a firm capacity Is minus the largest -
from their
permission parents.
someplace." added to the base bid of $293-
unit. Peak
Begin The boar approved the re capacity Is ap-

Only after beginning condemnation Lawtey's Dave Shuford was ,''I "!'r ";, ap r ,.. ? ,t,, quest.In 127.Two more alternates the proximately 7,400 KW.

proceedings to obtain an igaln elected chairman of the personnel changes the building-trades building at Wednesday morning, for Instance
easement to a "?.ch across Bradford County Commission board approved hirlngMrs.Er- $43,446 and the home-econo- the plant was putting

the Hess property in a later MondayNine In its reorganizational session nestlne Denmark tor Hampton mice addition at $46,084, were out only 3,500, l kilowatts, far
matter which drains into Wa- Elementary School, and Lewis because either
Wednesday morning. rejected pricedthe below Its firm capacity. But
ter Oak Creek did the ., Newman tor second vo-tech
county ry N, a bid above the 325,000 ]last June the city requirements
run Into trouble with Its drain- cases are set for trial Taking their seats on the + Y delsel mechanics teacher who available in vo-tech funds from shot up to 5,300 l kilowatts, in
age program in the Heilbronn when the Fall Term of Cir commission were George Roberts 'M ta will also be Instructing !In the) the State Department of Education : July 5,550 KW, August 5,650

area. Local residents com cuit Court convenes at the Bradford Starke, who begins his 1 heavy equipment class to be KW, in SePtember 5,675 KW,
plained over the past two years courthouse Mondav. second term after being out 1 setup. Architect Don Morgan had and In November the usage
that the drainage ditch, which tour years, and Eddie Allen leaves were granted tor studied bids and alternates,and fell off to 4,400 KW.
runs behind Bill Reddish's Judge George L. Patten of of Hampton who replaces the George Loper to attend a coach- made the recommendation of
Store, was blocking water and Starke will' preside over the retired Mrs. Jessie R, Chas- Ing conference and Richard Joc- low bidder to the board. lie For the first time city; officials -

causing flooding. session which convenes at 9:30: tain long-time commissioner kel to speak at a middle school also asked approval of paymentof became really worried

Water got into chicken houses a.m. from District 4. Roberts re ., meeting in South Carolina,both $19,433.( 70 due In January after considering a futon
owned by Harvey McCarthy Heading the list will be amanslaughter places J.M. (Buck) Norman wht this month. to Drown Construction on the expansion for more than a year
In which defeated Roberts !in 196S then For the first time the clb'earm
causing hundreds of dollars of case eight new BUS building! now under
explained an
Casey
damage and drowning many Clarence Mitchell 24, Starke, lost to him this past year. beIng construction, and $14,507( In architectural capacity had been exceeded -
week wjrk-study program meaning If the new \Vorthlngton -
Is with the death of The
chickens tor Instance. charged fees to date.
17-year-old Henry Aaron with. It is the third time Shuford planned for this summer, board approved both payments.DaInlge engine went down or
Mrs. Hess, however, told the a pistol last September 5. has served as chairman. for 90 students age 14 througt two of the five 20-year-old Superiors
commissioners[ they would have 21, Plans tor a similar pro were down at the same
to condemn the ditch. After Mitchell Is also charged with Zedra Hamilton was named gram last year were stopped time !the plant would have been
the robbery Jackson's Mlnlt vice-chairman of the 1971 heart because HEW had listed Bradford unable to supply the city's
manY visits with Mrs. Hess
the Board Instructed Market on Madison Street on after heading the 1970 comm selon County as 'out of com needs..lie.

Theron Yawn last Attorney October 8 and with carryinga pliance", and ineligible for fed auditor's report Tucker
to begin
the condemnation.year concealed weapon a .25 cal- Attorney George Pierce was eral funds for the unit Of Uxa Larceny says, does not rule out a
iber pistol. named prosecuting attorney tor $19,200 planned for the work- bond Issue. But he said "It's

Attorneys for Mrs. Hess apparently Attorney Slgsbee Scruggs '71, and Gene Shaw prosecu- study program, $4,800 would difficult to see us floating a .
produced the 19GS Gainesville, will defend Alt! ting attorney last year, was come from county funds. ChargedTo Ala bond Issue now"
agreement about the digging os chell. named county attorney for 1971, Mho program would not be
Water Oak Creek. Copies had Two defendants, Avril Walker the position held by Attorney r i. In competition with DCT but Tucker also pointed out the
been sent to each commissioner Theron Yawn last year. would complement It," Casey new engine Is only needed now
and William KImberly BoysThree
Shealey, 31, for three months of the year.
and were In their hands said. Most of the work wouldbe
31, are charged with appointed to their Positions loIn det"p appreciation for many year service to He also pointed out that firm
Monday morning much to the in school centers as custodial
consternation of Commissioner first degree arson In the Feb. Wednesday were FoadSuperintendent the people of lit'ad ford County and The Board of help, work In horticulture power is too expensive to purchase -
17 burning of a dwelling owned Civil IG-year-old Bradforcyoullis
H.E. Jones .
Buck Norman who had by Garnett Snider. Countv Commissioners. read the plaque presented and as office[ and class- have been jailed am

searched high and low for the Defense Commodities Director Frank Williams Monday by her fellow board member. It was ;Mr- room aides. The program would charged with grand larceny, But he would not rule out

agreement last year and could- The pair is also charged with Betty, Bennett, and Supervisor Custodian ChastainV" final meeting after 21 Yt years of service require six hours of work per petit larceny, and malicious the possibility of utilizing the
and and ;
breaking entering grand
n't find it in county records. day and two hours of classesIn damage to private property connection with Florida PowerIn
Deputy Clerk Virginia Darby larceny In the theft various Herbert Norman. a vocational area, he said. according to the Starke I to liceDepartment. <: an emergency. The city has
couldn't find trace of it Mon appliances from the Studer In another move the new -Voted to allow Supervisorof has successfully handled since Board member Charles Saw- been billed $IOD29 tor that
day in another search. home board changed the houratwhlch Elections Neva Flynn and 1965 and on any other suits connection which has recently
her assistant attend currently in process. The new They are charged with grand
in 1971 to a conven-
James meetings will begin
Clayton Glbbs 29 and been F'IorldaCont'd
completed by
"It's mighty peculiar It showsZEoton William H. Lewis,23, face three 9:30: a.m., but retained the first tion of supervisors of regis attorney, Rep. Gene Shaw will larceny and malicious damage
tration January 27-29 in OrLando handle any new cases which Burning In the Monday night: Jan. 4,
and third Monday meeting days.
charges each In the breakinof J ( On Pi:. 7))
arise. cutting of boat scats at Iml11j'Moore' ;
8:30 and 8
two stores In Lawtey on The switch to : a.m.
-Told former county attorney -In a technical matter, signeda Sun Sports at Call
Nov. 2. last year has proven unpopular
They arrested
CJe were with[ GarbageBothers and Court Streets. Scats and
Theron Yawn he wHl continue cooperative agreement
in the Handy Way Store inLawtey even to those board members
Marshall who suggested the change. to act as the board's attorney the Bradford I lousing Authority, canopies were slashed with Purse Thefts
by M.M. Jor
(2 \ GEtier!E In the only other action, the !in the still continuing as presented by the Authority knives on a 27-Coot Sportscraft
dan.The board timber tax suits which Yawn through Attorney Yawn. and a $415 depth tinder stolen.
pair faces charges of : Seats were also slashed In anIS PoliceA
breaking and entering with Intent -faot Atlas boat. Damage tc Plague
0 to commit a felony In the ResidentsResidents the two boats was estimatec

Handy Way Store and breakingand at $1,000 dollars, said Assist rash of 32 pocketbook thefts
entering with Intent to com: City Retirement nearest the county ant Police Chief Bill Cham over the past months Is git'[Ing
mlt a felony and grand lar- land fill at the old underpass bers. the Starke Police Department
ceny in Waters' Grocery in off SR-100 two miles east of A 12-volt battery and two headaches.

Lawtey. They are also charged Keystone Heights are complaining boxes of shotgun shells were Everyone of the thefts have
SEE with possession of a weapon about tne constant burning oi taken from a pick-up truck been made when purses are

while engaged >In a criminal Credit SetA refuse, Mrs, Jessie Chastain owned by Harry Houston. left in unoccupied automobiles

Lil A hoer offense. Study told the County Commission Pollee received a call Mon I ocal drivers are urged by

Gibbs and Lewis are represented Monday morning. day night that three youths were Police Chief Ken Fuqua to lock

Jan. 22 23 by Assistant Public Defender Sanitarian Jack Trawlck said messing around a truck and their cars or to always keep
around Jackson and
Jim Birr. study will be made to see the council approves more credit credit for years of service his Mosquito Control Unit, wandering their pocketbooks with them.
BUS Auditorium William J. Lewis and Bar- If It Is possible tor long-time it must come up with the prior to J968 but have paid which covers the land fill, doesno Chambers Water Streets said.Monday Patrolmen night $1,000 in Top Value' stamps
bara E. Douglas are charged City of Starke employees tc money to make It good, he i into the system only since 1968. burning. The fires are start- worth about $400 In cash were
James If Joe Stivall
investigated
and
March Of Dimes with adultery. They are represent obtain retirement credit for stated repeatedly. Buford pointed out he has paid ed by residents who take trash ye also stolen from the seat ofa
and found the battery
by Attorney George Pierceof all their years of service prior Current move to alter the Into a retirement system as to the dump then set It on fire car. But police found the
BenefitPerformance Starke. to adoption of a retirement retirement plan adopted In 1968 a fireman( since 1956. He, therefore he said. and shotgun shells which box of stamps in a ditch at

Other cases to come up dur plan In 1968. !for general city employees apparently has contributed more to Relief may be In sight In the Houston later Identified. The 615 North Church Street when
ing the coming session are: A lengthy dlacueelonsawpro- came up when Fire the system that some general form of a man who Is willing, to three boys were also found In someone called the station and

STAR -Tarry BoatwrighL 25, posed survey by the city Pension Chief Red Buford and other employees. stay at the dump In return tor the general vicinity of where said a box had been thrown
the and
ALL charged with possession of Board okayed Tuesday long time employees began to Blake Jackson, pension board collecting scrap metal left battery shells were there.

Bradford County moonshine whiskey and moving night by the City Council. SayIng leek credit for prior years chairman, proposed that his there, Trawlck[ ..ald.It found. Malicious damage cases are
Cast or concealing: beverages with he Is attempting to work service, back further than the unit first ask all employeeswhat was pointed outat the meet Under questioning they admitted also plaguing the police force

Intent to defraud the state of for the best Interests of all plan allows as presently set their prior service Is, Ing that both Clay and Bradford Tuesday the thefts of Youngsters with UU guns are
tax. employees, City Clerk Merrill up. Buford says he wants credit then attempt to verify !It. Findings residents use the dump. One items from I"loos tons truck and shooting out street lights and
1)t (!..lItCftitJ! -Augustus Covlngton 34 Edwards said credit tor further for 13 additional years which will first be presented county official said that t In a later admitted to the SunSporU glass In doors and windows.

withholding support back time cannot be given Tould mean about $100 more to the actuary who drew up the recent visit to the land nil he case, Chlet Chambers sale Bricks have also been tosseO", '

rAta 4nk -Leslie Crews, carrying: I without costing the city money. If month for him or wants retirement plan patterned after counted 12 Clay County vehicles and Bradford Chief Deputy Chambers Glen workedon Moore through some windows. and
t concealed weapon The three-year-old pension) e city to pay him part of the Palatka and then to the which made trips while he was door
-Jessie Vernon Criffls, receiving plan does not have a sound enough oney he has paid Into the city council. The council will there the case all day Tuesday.There Damage has been done at the
>>-.... ...... Commissioner have also been attempts Community State (Bank, lortda
stolen property. / financial basis to Increase /stem. then have the option of grant- "It works both ways,
.::lDgt.IMtttt..r -James Lloyd charged with retirement payments b> The tin chief pointed out Ing the additional back time or Ralph Bryan said. at broak-Ina In the past few. Threat, and Terwlllegar Mo-
weeks Starke Builders
at Sup
fg4dae grand larceny >In the theft of giving further credit for experience Tuesday night that several employees tors over the Christmas and
goods owned by Don R. Page. the clerk said. U have retired with full (Cont'd On Pg. 7)) (Cont'd On P,. 7) ply and Andrews Drugs. New tear holidays.






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... r. ttMJS' Given Christmas \ *' I- 1 InauguralFloat I

'ard" Children's PartyA '

; of underprivileged
group
I MartaSbtt. *. children were.. entertained by *, "r't:
) Lt. Co .,. and, Santa Claus at a pre-Chrlst- .
_, tar Mid Jo. JuniorWoman's Strawberries from BradfordCounty
mal party; given by the in
featured the
sec* MM of Mr. Club of Starke. Santa ; were
and..... Wilbur Bettes at *.. entertained the children with parade at Tallahassee Tuesday
Gldye Mootyt Phone *64-7 08 Augustine were. united In srtrrU Christmas songs and stories, when Democrat Reubln Askewwas
e Sunday, DM. 27, at S and presented each with a gift. Inaugurated Governor succeeding -
Society Editor p.m. !IM St. Edward's: Catholic. Refreshments were served after Republican Claude R.
Church with F.dterJunel C..- the program. Kirk Jr.
gan performln the ceremony.Decorattnf The Junior Club also enter-
(he altar ware ot- tained a group of women at The Bradford County; float,
ted potnsetua against a tack- Sunland Training Center In sponsored by the Chamber of
ground r or> branched can elabn. Gainesville during the holidays. r r Commerce, was on of the 33
Mr*. Charlotte Oren.orsan-, Refreshments and gifts were In the parade, and was enhancedby
lat played program. of nuptial carried to Sun land by the club beauteous Mary Ann Barton -
r? muste. J. members and a hair dryer: current Strawberry Festival
r ,rn Glenn Kidcltl! offfe Augustine Norman-Ritch was presented to the cottage Queen.
served aa beat Mob Engagement Told for use by the women. l sll
Mill Melody CutttnowatlMtdor The Juniors held their exe-
honor and Miss De M l"99Mtler cutive board meeting recentlyat .
t ,'ht".I A I 1 sister of tM feitte,' *** James M. Norman announces the home of Mrs. Jim Law- '.
of Ma daughter
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brid..n nal4. The rtMtenteaawera the engagement son. Plans were discussed for
gowned sift* la aqua Helen Kay to Glenn C. the Mothers March of Dimes 1i .' ry
floor ttffeta and Chiffon! Bitch Ion of Mr. and Mrs.
length which will be coming up duringthe
-sI't4 gowns featuring ,long ........ Marks C. Rltch. week of January 17. house
They carried nosegays of fink Wedding plans will be announced to house canvass will be madeIn ,
and white chrysanthemums later. support of the drive.
camatlana.
The bride given' In marriage
by her father, wore a hand- Woman's Club
r yL made Frenc silk gown with"
Venetian lace insert The To Meet WednesdayThe
lhArM......* a cameo
.sue ant. had a bustle'In
/acfc. The gown WM warn tar executive board of the
her paternal gnnQmoflttf,"n .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jackson Starke Woman's Club will meet .
i- year ago.,I'er fbv rttp toil Stark*, announce, the birth of at the Holiday Inn today(Thurs- I
of Uloaton w ill MCttred with a aonr Robert Judaoo. on Dae.J7 day) at 12 noon for a Dutch ,
Johns sap f '"'",tltdl WdM in Alachua Gener** .*>. u.Grandparents treat luncheon and meeting.The ,<;" ,. '>
tulle rueldt/. Sbe'carrM awhite are. jvJMrs. regular monthly meet- ""
'i;y."", < : helrl'xm Bible whhr belonged Roy Ward and nd Mn. Ing will be held Wednesday r 'i'/P"..'
W' I to /her maternal gnat' Luther Jack Jan. 13, at 3:30: p.m. at the .H
'\.,..._-- grandmrtMr, which was topped club house with Mrs. Robert
L -(photo tr- .,--* "hotogtiphy) with a jhlte eymMdlum orchid Mr. and vnr Wynn Barksdale, chairman of the Education N
y '
with .. ae streamers and bridal anfIOUO'\I: the %ugh> Department in charge H

I Mr, and Mrs E.f .n A. Sapp w..atit.A Ter.aa' ; L(.{ miss of the program. YOUR CHILD'S PORTRAIT IN
reception was !hid at 0. 25 tx A-'ictiua '" .. Hostesses Wednesday will be ,
Honored On Ff,icth AnniversaryThe home of Mr. and Mn. J.D. Mrs. Barksdale chairman NEW ;
,.. Mrs Lester Crews Mrs. W.T. j .
War The bride'1'Wshtaacovor.d S. Sgt. ar . Q.e I
wttti stalls .ttm MW Jackson Mrs. L.O.Hazen, Mrs.
children of Mr. and rs. and their children, Mr. Wu- a wan1 alai of a
G.J. McGrtff Sr., Mrs. A.E. j
work cloth and cxiteted wlft
Ethan Allen Sapp enter Jned liam R. Ward S*., Starke; won Bret nber
with a reception on unday. Dempsey R. SaW id Pet Sapp, a three-tiered wtlng cake 25 nMe' .wars McKlnney Mrs. Betty Regis- ....
with bride and ter and Mrs. Robert Myrick.
Dec. 13, honoring the' parents Gainesville; lx..leSapp. Palatka groom. rvi. grande ....
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Minds Melody Cattfno ant) Mrs. ""' .-
T.H.
on their Fiftieth W'Jdlng An- ; and Mr.. William B. Laslo p'.te;a *
John M. SpetvletMtltheMMf* ... Sgt.
Waahlng, D.C. itemmt
niversary. Guests were received -
from friends cak*. ': Bern in'nru at Self- Duplicate Bridge ,,'
between free and five Rec'-.vlng gifts pi eiee Wife** rrt cc.tor
< This certifies entitle the parent to one tree
J.C. Dukel ,
o'clock in the Fellowship Hall wer. Misses Debbie Laura Mrs. rtgga I ixis,Mich. Winners Named FREE! portrait tingle( or troup. 2 months up) your choice several 'fin r j )
the punch bowU The panel tr-
of the First Christian Church an Paula. Sapp. The gift tablew ) lined portrait "- not proofs There Is absolutely NO OBLIGATION to
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bl. was cellared wM* M /- Are iospttal an-
presided. over by Mrs.N '
t at surpris
547 West Call Street.Arrangements buy anything out additional portraits may be purchased -
of yellow roses rle Sterner and Mrs. Roy nngement of blue Lad wt! ting births: G.G. Wrenshall and Mrs. ingly reasonable prices These are beautifully posed professional COLOR portraits by NATIONWIDE c
pompo.is.; and greenery Vi Jackson assisted by Mrs. Fuji mums.Mr Lucile Davie were the winning Studios. Inc, -so dress the children colorfully Only one free COLOR portrait per family ((50C handling/ _
were used In the reception hall, D npsey R. Sapp, Mrs. Pet Prestos Cuthrle kept Sanuel Moody charge refunded if not more than satisfied). .\
BrIdgeTuesday
So and Mrs Leslie Sapp. the bride's book. t on,Bryan Keith, couple at Duplicate
which was lighted by candles p. Following.. a abort r..4dtng night where there were .,', TWO DAYS ONLY;
placed in sliver candelabra with MK i Angela Sapp kept the guest
book! trip to South Flerlda r> saa- 5 tables In play.
epergnettes. pie will reside In lIP ,uue. I'. George William Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. DAHMER'S DISCOUNT 112 E. Call St., Starke if;
table
The long refreshment Assisting In serving punch tine. The bride tn' l. ... r..... a son, Andrew Martha Moore were second;
was covered with an embroidered coffee, and cake were.. Mrs.John Navy velour Street '."ri dress Wi, Jec. 30. Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Colter were Fri., Jon. 8. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sot., Jan. 9. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
cloth over satin and cen- Johns Edwin Williams third and Mrs. J.D. Odom Jr.
Mrs with matching c) .......
tered with a three-tiered cake Mrs. Willie Mae Denton The bride b i AD tniIat and Mrs. George Miller were r ONE DAY ONLY
supported by columns and centered Mrs. Don Patray, Mrs., BUS and cur jed St. JefcM I" ixiliary Notice fourth.
with a mnlature bride and Warren Winkler Mrs. Maurice River Junior O 4eg. The club meets every Tues- CHRISTENSEN GEN. STORE SR 225, Lawtey 3, )
groom. A silver coffee service Edwards Mrs. Wayne Doug The flotlt day night at 7:30 p.m In the
groom graduatSt. 1"- Klngsley Lake Volunteer Man. .
and punch service were las. Mrs. Maurice Wingato, Pratt street Recreation Center Jan. 11 10 a.m. '06 p.m.
& Augustine High School Meg .,., Auxiliary will ,
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at either end of the table. Department w ''''&I 'fJl >IIII ,
The table covered Mrs. Kate Sheppard Mrs. Ar- It attending St. John Hhtt ta tt Monday Jan. 11, at 7:30 -)"" (1\\\\ -
with an gift embroidered was cloth over thur Nolln.B. Patray and Mrs. P.T. Junior College.
satin and centered with a lighted During the afternoon Mr. and

memory candle. Mrs. Sapp re-dedicated their Old-time cook toy the**!**
Mrs/Oscar E. Crosby greeted -
marring vows. Mrs Levy mortem !reels* U .too /fnoctu' i
guests at the door and presented Canova played appropriate mu- of*. Thep don't /for u.mllre.
them to the receiving sic for this Impressive ceremony ,point' / cut hot a pinch .it tt
line composed of the honor
In the church sanctuary. fldttf half a dab.
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Sa 00. rir 1971. Youve

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:; SATURDAY THURSDAYFRIDAY W ve changed i i I..



Year Chan!!.That's} what itt all about Caprice.The biggest most luxurious Vega.The littlest Chevy ever. "
e r this year. And we mean Chevrolet ever.A complete change. It wasn't changed from anything. I
first.
End by putting you Bigness in itself is nothing. Before building Vega we read I

These are uneasy times. But if it allows you to lengthen the everything we could get our hands on 1,:
There are major concerns. About distance! between the front and rear about little cars. We talked to owners. !
pollution. About safety. About the wheels (which we did), then you've got We studied little cars up one side and
economy. About your hard-earned something. down the other and, literally, tore them i
dollar. We know. You've got a smoother ride. apart We found out what made them i"
For the past 10 years Chevrolet The idea in the 1971 Caprice was to tick, or why they didn't tick.
I., research people have questioned give you the looks and comfort of a What ticked were gas economy and
thousands of people on every subject sixor seven-thousand-dollar car dependability. What didn't were
from rising taxes to the size of the without asking you to pay anywhere near underpowered engines cramped quarters
glovebox in their cars. that much for it. And above all, to build and getting blown around in the wind.
We've found that price and in as much dependability and security. In our little Vega, everything ticks.
maintenance costs trade-in value and as possible. It's not just another little car. You I
quality have become tremendously So we changed the body structure didn't want that. It's one little car
r. important. for 1971, too. We made it stronger. And that does everything well.
Your car has to work. It has to we made it quieter by putting a double !
I last. And each new model must have layer of steel in the roof.
1 \.W' I more built-in value. Caprice as you can see below, is a
; At Chevrolet we understand. lot of luxury at a Chevrolet price. 1 '
tits' TO ) ; You want meaningful change. And

3OFF ; our aim is to give that to you as you'llsee
in the 1971 Chevrolets.
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Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Craw- SAYINGL'
ford spent Christmas day with,
her mother, Mrs. K.G. Dun- '
TiiwT1Mr can, and Mr and Mrs. K.T, '/ I ; 1 1 : ,
SENSE!
Duncan In West Point, Ga. : N IES

Mrs Louise Kite was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph >!:OS
Collins In Pelham, Ca. during Ji
Christmas week. v

and Mrs. Peter Alog- Local admittances to Bradford Mrs. R.L. Spongier and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ben
na and children of Cheshire, County Hospital this week William Spengler of St. Augustine of Madison, Wis. were week-
Conn are visiting her mother, I Include: Mrs. Lois Thlgpen. were Tuesday visitors of end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Gladys Weldon for ten Ronald Grlffls, Mrs.Ellen Burrows Lt. Col. and Mrs. V.J. Spen- Joe Bakken.
day. Joining the family on Mrs. Gladys Hatcher, gler and Mrs. Emma Badman.
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Tiny, Guertin, Mrs. Hester Zol- Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden-
Steve Weldon of Macclenny Mr. towskl, Mrs. Mary M. Phillips Mr and Mrs Townsend brook Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bak-
and Mrs. Charles Patrick of Mrs. Jewel R. Richard Strickland were In Catllnburg, ken Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Casey -
West Florida< and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins, Mrs. Charity Tenn. Wednesday to Saturday. and Mr. and Mrs. Nick
J.R. Weldon of Jacksonville Glisson, Mrs. Clara Batten, Crosby attended the Hank Williams -
families. Douglas Conner, Mrs.Florence Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs Show at the Coliseum .
Flynn, Mrs. Vide Sapp anc of Orlando were weekend guests Saturday night. ) '
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dlggs Lynn Greene, Starke; Basil of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sll- a.-::: .-
and daughter, Carol, were in Roundtree, Hawthorne; Mrs. cox. Dr. and Mrs. T.G. Ritch are .
Brooksvllle over the weekend Mary Ellington, Lake Butler; vacationing at Banner Elk,N.C. > -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Far- Mrs. Mae E. Combs Macclen. Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns this week.
rior and Gordon Sullins. ny; and Mrs. Dorothy Merry and sons spent Dec. 23 to Jan.2
.' Waldo. In Gatllnburg. Tenn. They were Pvt. Eddie Douglas returnee
Misses Karen Glssy, Janel joined Dec. 30 by Mr. and Mrs. to Fort Polk, La. Sunday after .
Goodman and Patricia Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Lamar Shaw and sons and Mrs. two weeks leave. 0-
t are residing In Palatka where were In Savannah, Ga. Sundayand F.J. Shaw for the weekend.
they are attending St. Johns Monday visiting her sis- Mrs. Kate Sheppard and Mrs.
River Junior College.Mr. ter, Mrs. A.B. Walker. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Clark Edna Hart spent last week with 2
of Rlpley, Tenn. were guests friends in Winter Garden ant -
and Mrs. J.P. Branch, Miss Judy Broughton of Graham last week of Col. and Mrs. Orlando.Mr. SAVE ON A
of Norfolk, Va. were Mondayand was the weekend gues J.A. Griffin. -
Tuesday visitors of their of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tho- and Mrs. John Mussollne .
son and'' and Mrs. E.P. Rentier. Gerald Gay and sons of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Musso- 71 CHEVROLET
Mrs. L.D. VIning was In At- spent Christmas weekend with llne in Hazelton, Pa, the past : .
Mrs. Barney McRae spent lanta during the holidays visIting S/Sgt. Joseph A. Gay and fam- two weeks. = ,
Sunday to Thursday In' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Yan- ily in Columbia S.C. ..,.... -
Orlando with Mr. and Mrs. cey. Miss Sandra Hoggins has en- RNf) 4 .
Glenn Conner and family. She Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade and rolled in the nursing course
stayed with the Conner child- Mark Price of Port St. Joe daughter of Baxley, Ga. were at Santa Fe Junior College com-
ren while Mr. and Mrs. Con- spent several days during the Sunday visitors of Mrs. W.S. mencing Thursday. '71 CHEVYS ARE
ner attended the inaugurationIn holidays with Ricky Edwards. Slade. READY:
Tallaliassee. Mark Guillotte, Danny See'
Mrs. H.C. Merow of Tampawas Mr. and Mrs. Buster Stall- gars, Bob Cangaware and Larry
Mrs. Ronald Fitzpatrick of Christmas day guest of worth of Monroevllle,Ala.were Carney of Wilmington, Del SET. 6O *
Arlington, Texas spent the holidays her daughter, Mrs. Merrill Edwards weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. were Sunday overnight guests ol! .. a
with her parents, Mr. and and family. T.H. Slade and attended the Mr and Mrs. Drew Reddisl
Mrs. Robert Myrick. Her brother Gator Bowl game on Saturday. while enroute to Fort Lauder-
BUI Myrick, returned with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker dale.
her to attend Bible Baptist Seminary and daughters of Meridian, Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shal-
In Arlington.SN Miss were weekend guests of ler spent Saturday night and Among those attending the
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Glo- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Og- Gator Bowl game Saturday were
and Mrs. Wilbur Waters ver. They all attended the Gator dent Bates In Jacksonville. Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns,
left Jan. 1 for Wahlawa, Hawaii Bowl game on Saturday. Frank Williams, Tommy Mc-
where Mr, Waters will Mrs. Marian Moyer of Jack- Lendon, Mr. and Mrs. E.L.
be stationed for 18 monthsin Mr. and Mrs. Ben Trolllng- sonville spent the holidays with Matthews Mr. and Mrs. T.H. OUl !I lANTS A1RI1 IE II
the Naval Reserve. er and family of Opelika, Ala. her granddaughter and family, Shade, Mr and Mrs. C.B. Ter- UNNWNG
were weekend guests of Mr. Mr.: and Mrs. Donald W, Thorn- wlllegar Jr., and Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Flip and Mrs. R.O. Dansby and at- ton. Bill Glover.
pin of Nashville, Tenn., Mr tended the Gator Bowl game IIIF tUJILIIL! STIIIEAM'
and Mrs. Carl White Jr. aRC Lt, Col. and Mrs. Don Ko- Mrs. U.B. Hamilton was In AIIIHIIIIIIEAlllt) III!
family of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. T.D Dyal has returned retz of Albany, N.Y. spent the Tltusville Tuesday morning to
Mrs. Don Ray Tilley of Holly after six weeks visit with her holidays with her mother, Mrs. attend swearing-In ceremonies '
wood were New Year's guest daughter, Mrs. Joe Ellerbee Arlen McKnIght for her brother, Hay Garner, ''o llIIll tilE Ill

of Mrs. Nancy Gunter. In Panama City. Capt and Mrs Tom Dyal ol Court newly-elected of Record Clerk for Brevard of the YOUiR7111 II1 111! C!llHII Ill IEVY TO DA y"

S/Sgt. James P. O'Brian, sor Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clading San Bernadino, Calif are visiting County. Also attending the ceremony -
of Mr. and Mrs. T.R. O'Brianwas of Coatesvllle, Pa, are guests Mr and Mrs. Nate Dyal with Mrs.Hamilton were .
released from active dub this week of .Mrs. Malcolm for two weeks. They visited Mr. Mr. Garner's mother, Mrs.
on Dec. 11. He was stationedat Pownall. and Mrs. David Dyal In Foil A.R. Garner, and another sister > ---
Eglin AFB for four yearsas Myers over the weekend. Mrs. JK. Smith, both ol
a computer operator. He Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComt Jacksonville. )
will attend the winter semester of Starke and Mrs.Gilbert Mar. Mrs. Winifred Hafele of Jack-
at Okaloosa-Walton Junloi lowe and Mrs. Flora Holder ol sonville was last Friday lunch- Mr. and Mrs Thurman Flip-
College in Niceville and plane Newberry have returned from eon guest of Mr. and Mrs. pin of Nashville, Tenn., Mr.
to attend the U. of F. afterwards two weeks visit with Capt and F.B. Beard. and Mrs. Donald Ray Tilley
He Is married to the Mrs. Jack McCombJr.,at Webb Hollywood and Mr. and Mrs.
former Bobble Sue Barksdale. AFB, Big Springs, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. John Greeneand Carl White and family of Miami :
Houston, Texas. son were In Monticello were Thursday to Sunday visi-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bonesof visiting friends and relatives tors of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie
Chicago, ill. arrived durini Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson during the holidays. Shaller. '
New Year's weekend to vast had as Saturday night visitors
Mrs. Boness' mother, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith,
Clara Garst, and also her bro. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sandlii 7' *
ther's family, Mr. and Mrs and Mr. and Mrs. David WIl. '
Harold Garst. son of WHilston. 301 DRIVEINShow

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell anc !Hank Graham returned to San .
family of St. Augustine were Francisco, Calif.Saturday after Begins At Sundown
last Thursday and
Friday guest ten days visit with his parents,
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham. FRI. SAT. JAN.
8,9 a
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williams ,
Mrs. Arlene Masters of Tallahassee -
and family of Largo were also
spent the weekend with
visiting the Grahams the
hill.her mother, Mrs. Julia Under- two weeks. past 3 EDGAR ALLEN POE THRILLERS""THE -if/Mi!


Mr. and Mrs. George Winkler
and family spent Tuesday ti THE BRADFORD PIT AND THE PENDULUM" '
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Friday of last week In Gatlin. COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished (
burg, Tenn.
every Thursday
PLUS
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blacl at 1.18 W. Call Street
and Mr. and Mrs. David WIl. Slarke, Florida 32091
Hams drove to Charleston,S.C 11 PREMATURE BURIAL"AND
over the weekend where Mi Second claw postage paid
Black returned to his dude at Starke, Florida I
with the Coast Guard. Mrs '
Black will Join him in three Subscription: Rates:
esssssssr .
weeks. In trade area: $5.00 pe WA

Duke DuBose and daughter of year' ; $2.75 six month DON'T
Jacksonville were Saturday visitors Outside trade area: $5.50

Alvarez of Sr.Mr. and Mrs. O.R. per year; $3.00 six months COME' DO


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Grace United Methodist: Sunday -
School 9:45: ; Worship services -
II a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; I
MYI". 6:3li: p.m.; Prayer meetIng I
Wednesday 7:30 P.m. Mrs.
Don Denton accompanied Greg .
Dyal, Doyl I Kemp and George
LbL Fagan to MYF Sub District
) Council meeting at Methodist
Church in Lake Butler.
Church of God: Sunday School
10 a.m.. Worship services 11
a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer meeting
F s Wednesday 7 p.m. YPE
on stoa Thursday 7 p.m.
Highland Baptist: Sunday
School 9:45: a.m., Worship ser
PRICES GOOD THUR.,JAN. 7 STAMPS r.Yr vices II a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer -
meeting Wednesday 7 p.m.
THRU WED.,JAN. 13 followed by Choir practice.
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I Friends of Willie Grlfflawere
grieved to learn of his death.
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE ROUND W-D BRAND U S. CHOICE BOTTOM ROUND The family have their sym-

pll Mr.thy.and Mrs. E.B. Wells,Ernie -
I 1 and Will of lluntavtlle, Ala.
were holiday guests of Mrs.
Steak Roast Ernest Wells.

Mrs. C.E. Strickland-of
t Gainesville spent Ute la tier part
.14 a of the week with Miss Eliza-
beth Terry.
I Miss( Enza Blanchard was visiting -
Miss Arthurlno Blanchard
"BONELESS" "BONELESS" In Jacksonville over the New
I ear's weekend.
Mrs. Flossie Rosier has returned -
after spending ten days
with her sons-in-lawanddaugh-
ters, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Jones
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry A.
SAVE 31 Carter and their families In
Columbia, S.C.
SAVE 41c Mr. and Mrs. John Morris
of Jackson Ala. were week-
I I end guests of Mr. and Mrs.,
0 d III "IAI "A IGI AI 61 II.E.!! Priest and Lamar.
LB. U. S. CHUiC LB. Mrs. Hester flicks !pent! two
weeks with her son-in-law ar.d
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Wolfe and sons In Wilmington
Delaware.Mrs. .
Joyce Futch was over-
night guest of her cousins Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Curtsinger, In
Chattahoochee Monday of last
USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEP SAVE 34c THRIFTY MAID week. On Tuesday Mrs. I'utch

Rump Roast BONELESS LB. $128 Tomatoes CANS SSc visited Tallahassee Mrs.and John MissEllzabeth Wyrick In
Jrj
. Terrv, who was visiting there,
re"d home with her. On
USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF EYE OF BLUE &COLD WATER limit 1 with $7.50 or mare purchoi*including ogor.tt.k their return trip they visited

Round Roast BONELESS .. )38) Arrow Detergent 84 atPKG SSc their in Bowling aunt,Park Mrs.,and Erne Mrs.Shelton.Futch

her spent home Tueeday and: visited to Thursday relatives at

W.D BRAND GROUND HANOI.PAKRound SAVE 30e THRIFTY MAIDBartlett /and friends in the vicinity.


Steak. LB. SSe Pears. 3 CANYa/S 8Sc and,Mr.Ga.daughters friends.and over Mrs.the were weekend O.J.In Valdosta Boyett visIting --


WD BRAND PURE SAVE 711 SAVE tBcOSAGEGround l Donny Wise, 16 year old son

Beef. i 10 p BG. $498 Peaches 5 29 CANS ai SSc of is buck very Mr.ho and proud bugged Mrs.of on Ralph the Saturday.7-polnt Wise,

. Good for you. Donny.
FRESH PORK ROCKINOHAM WHOLE Charles Carter of Miami
spent the weekend with his parents -
3'''.. LBSIZE Mr. and Mrs. Owen Car
Shoulder Picnics.LB.38c Conned Chicken. SSc ter.Mrs.. Horace Cox of Waldois

time with
FRESH PORK BOSTON BUTTS ARROW WHITE &ASSORTED COLORS((650 CT. ROLLS) spending some
her father, Paul Dinkins, and

Pork Roast LB. 48c Bath Tissue .4 7 PKGS ROLLS SSc visiting confined Mrs.in Bradford Dinkins who County Is;

. I Hospital.Mrs. .
Emma Campbell of
SAVE 41e JIFFY ASSORTED FROZEN ARROW WHITE &YELLOWPaper
Leesburg was visiting Mrs. Ed

Meat Dinners oKa.: SSe Towels. .4 'ROLLS S8c Durban Miss on Karen Sunday.Lane of Deland

Is spending some time visitIng -
her family members here.
MORTON APPLE CHERRY.PEACH.COCONUT DIXIE DARLING
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter,

Fruit Pies ?: ??. .3 20 PIESPKGS."ot' 8Sc Pound Cake 22oU a88c; and ter Mr.attended Mr.and and Mrs.the:Mrs.1 Larry funeral Oscar Carter of Car-Lee,

Addison' In Johnstown Baptist
SAVE 59c BORDEN SAVE 27c CAMPBELLSHeath Church near Lake Butler on I

Bars. .3 SSe Tomato Soup. 8 1 10'CANS' : a, 88cSAVE Sunday.Eddie Starling Is expected,
to arrive on .lanuar 12 to spenda
30-day leave with his parents -
lie ASTOR SUPERBRAND GRADE 'A' FRESH FLA All WHITE : .
Mr. and Mrs. S.I Starling -

Orange Juice 3 CANS 12o.. SSe Large Eggs. 2 DOZ 8Sc ., before ,leaving for Okinawa. -

Mr. and :Mrs. Wilbur Sephens
and family were guests of his
mother, Mrs. .J.C. Stephens, In
I Grand FMdfe; over the weekend.
I Little :Miss Hoth Moore of
Walton Beach I Is visiting her
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father, Jimmy Moore, and her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
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Quantify Kigtm
/ mar N ..u ,+. jai W.I. Moore, this week.
I !Mr.' and Mm. I'.art lesion,
MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT IIPTTON OEl, (OUSPIrf Kathy, Michael and Nancy were
i visiting his brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and :Mrs. t.11.
Brown, In Orlando Wednesday
COFFEE TEA BAGS of last week and on their return -
Melton trip In they Ocoec.visited Mrs, H.A.

Miss Pam I've spent a few

,. .. .. days with Mr. and Mrs. John
limit 1 with $7.SO or mar purchai. ..eluding clgo limit I -'IK'I Y '"t Tye Jr., :Mr. and Mrs. .1.1,
Tye visited them over the week
SAVE 45 end and Pam returned with
them.

SAVE 1
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THRIFTY MAID MORTON FRENCH FRIED GOLDEN eth.rwhtr, n ,itnlircmcni. i nor> >" 100
Chicken, B..f,Turkey Regular or Crinkle CutPotatoes GOLDEN BANIAM FRESH pntnnil nanlnpt""n. you irrinttnjr

;: J Ice Milk Pot Pies RIPE Fancy Corn ) sTRAw-88I ( .MI r"th"'It"n"'ndG.rd,l' of''.111 TMII.K'mv runt Imnit. ri.Tldi it, ,and St.N.IMIllli the...

SAmoc g a suss BERRIES, ("'.-,.ALA.Inv of pi-wmli.r. IS.O
SAVES7e SAVE 29cZ
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Children Need Four Holiday New Law Aida No-Burn Ban lilted After Rains -

ProtectionAgainat frill Foil Tho-e! Who Want The no-burning ban operation during the fire-ban ---- --- -

Rubella Clean) Mail Bo:* for this area In early proclaimed period. This area was In an
On MondaysFortyfive extremely dangerous fire status -
December, was lifted last Miss Nancy Goodhue of Huntsville -
Thursday following thunder- and without the coopera- Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Payne Among those who attended the Ala. was Thursday to Sunday -
The Junior Woman's Club urges steles Including The U.S. Postal Service has showers that fell In North. Con- tion of everyone there could Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Jockel ana Governor's Ball at the Civic guest, of Miss Marilyn Bol-
;
all mothers to have their Florida have followed the Federal spelled out how Americana can tral Florida. have been much damage to timberlands Mrs. and Mrs. Tom Casey and Auditorium Wednesday night linger,
children vaccinated for protection lead In keep pornographic materialsout wildlife homes and fimllles spent last week In were: Sen. and Mrs. Charley
against Rubella (German Measles)a disease that causes statutes that will give the a new law aimed at curbing homeowners can once more do W.Va. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Carl visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman
birth defects or pre-natal deathof working man atleastflvethree- what President Nixon has outside burning of leaves and Minx, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ketchie In Valdosta, Ga.Thurs-
several thousand babies an- weekends termed "the largest volume of debris, but the Florida Forest Mr. and Mrs. R.L Epperson
day annually.
to Saturday.
nually. under a law adopted by Congress sex-oriented mall In history." Service still urges the use of Zoning ChangeApproved of St. Petersburg were Sundayto Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome day
The main target for vaccination In 1968. four existing The new law enables a citizen care In starting any kind of Wednesday guests last week Johns, Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. L.P. Guthrie
Is the child from One year national holidays and one new to give the Postal Services his outdoor fire. For of Mrs. George Anderson. Lendon Mr. and Mrs. Carl of Johnson and Mr. and Mrs.
of age to puberty; If enough one--Columbus Day-- will now name and address on a form Hurst, Mr. and Mrs.M.A.Baldwin Jeff Warren of Gainesville were
vaccinated stating that he does not wishto The no-burn ShannonsThe STS/2 and Mrs. John Speng. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John
of these children are fall on Monday regardless of proclamation New Years guests of Mr. and
the rubella virus can be the former holiday date starting receive "sexually oriented"ads followed about 40 days of ler and baby will return this Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mrs J.D. Warren.Mr. .
wiped out. according to a In 1971. from any source. Once his drought In this area of Florida, weekend to New London Conn, Andrews, John Godwin Mrs.
spokesman for the club. The new national holidays are: name has been on the list for creating a dangerous forest fire application of Mr. and where Mr. Spengler has eight Carolyn Redgrave, Mr. and and Mrs. N.P. Rlcardl
An estimated 50,000 children 30 days a mailer who sends!!! potential and keeping Forest months further duty.; He has
George Washington's birthday, him such material faces stiff Mrs. Hobert Shannon for a Mrs. Carlos Johnson Mr. and and son of Miami were guesta
died In the womb or were born third Monday In February; Memorial criminal and civil action. Service personnel on fire alert change of zoning from RIB J (Residential spent the The pest two months In Mrs. C.R. Braswell, Dr. and the past two weeks of Mr. and
with defects: because their mothers Day, last Monday In The responsibility; Is on the around the clock. ) ot OR (open rural) on Spain.holidays with family their parents spent, Mr.the Mrs. D.W. Whlffen, Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Strickland. The
contracted German measles May Columbus Day, second of their property east Stricklands also had as Christ
; smut-peddler to buy the postal a portion ; Graham Mrs. E.L. Matthews, Mr. and
and Mrs. Bill and Lt.
while pregnant during the Monday In October: Veterans list of all Amercans who do Even with the ban lifted per of Starke was approved at a and Mrs. Mrs. CB. Terwillegar Jr., Mr. mas day guests, Mr. and Mrs.
V.J. .
1964-65 epidemic. Now a vaccine Day fourth in October. sons planning to do controlled Col. Spengler Atlanta and
Monday not want to receive'their ads. meeting of the County; Zoning and Mrs. W.C. Wilson, Mr. Maurice Rioux of
has been licensed that Combined with Labor Day, burning or start other fires Board Tuesday night Dec. 29. and Mrs. Mark Olin, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Moyer of .
ultimately eliminate German For additional protection will of size. asked Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Theis of
can the first Monday In September any are to notify Mrs. Constance Barnhlll Mrs. L.E Dugger, Mr. and Jacksonville.
measles, according to Information the new dates assure five three- also be a criminal offense to the Forest Service at 964-5436 owner of narnhlll's fishing Alexandria, Va. were Tuesday Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mr. and
from the Junior Club.A day holiday weekends In states buy the list for any other pur- so they can give standby ser- camp on Lake Santa I.'e requested overnight guests last week of
mother Immune to German abiding by the new Federal law. pose. vice If needed. permission to place Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Craw Mrs. M.C. Wells Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Saxon of Pompano was
,
measles need never be haunt The law defines a sexually ford. Sunday overnight guest of Sen.
Holidays that remain unchanged several mobile home rental u- Turner, Mrs. !Hazel Ritch,
ed by the knowledge that this are: New Year's Day, oriented ad as follows: "Any A.G. McCuller, Jr., District: nits on her property.; She was: R.V.George LaRue, Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Charley Johns.
disease, Innocently transmittedfrom Jan I; Independence Day, July advertisement that depicts, in told that permission would be Mr. and Mrs.
Forester I Garst Mendoza
G.
stated: would like Pvt. Richard was C.C. ,
her to her unborn child, actual or simulated form, or Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Denmark
4; Thanksgiving, the fourth If she could obtain approval -
to thank landowners and all the granted home over the Christmas holi- John Myers, and Frank Williams. -
cussed him to be born dead, Thursday In November; and! explicitly describes In a pre- from adjoining property spent Thursday to Sunday In
for .
blind, deaf, mentally retarded, Christmas Day, December 25. dominantly sexual context public their help and co- owners. days. ) Gatllnburg Tern.
malformed, or with defects of human genitalia, any act of
the heart or other organs. natural or unnatural sexual Intercourse -- ----
German measles occur most any act: of sadismor
frequently In the spring, although Tape Player masochism or any other
the disease may be con erotic subject directly relatedto ,
tracted at any time during the Theft ChargedTheft the foregoing" ti. .'
year. The rubella virus highly Persons wishing to have their
contagious. The carrier may names removed from such
infect another person for as of a tape recorder froman mailing lists may obtain the
long as 21 days before breaksout automobile has been chargedto necessary form and other

Into a rash or shows symptoms a Starke man,Homer Mosley, Information from their local) 1 1
of the disease. German 25. by the Bradford Sheriffs post office
measles usually cuase little Department.

pain and discomfort and only Mosley Is charged with entering .
last about three days. But tc without breaking wit
the pregnant woman and particularly Intent to commit petit larceny. -...-" .. c. .1 ...c. .w.u.u.wr.r r con 4.J
her unborn child, the The tape player was taken! M ly; Neighbors
virus Is a crippler and a killer.Itig from a car owned by lance I SAVE NOWLAYAWAY OR CHARGE
Thornton of Starke. Thornton _,

KdH), Earn saw the tape player, valued at 'r : I (OPEN) SUNDAY, AFTERNOON)()
Growing; favor $60, being taken from his car _r--T
but was unable to identify the i
The bedding industry cre- person he observed, accordingto
ated MUpcPUZO beds) ] about ten Deputy; Sheriff John Demp-

yours uito. Research showed sey, Investigating officer (f PepperellSheets
that people were growing But a description led to Mos-
taller and heavier than their ley who agreed to a waiverof
parents' thanks to improveddiet search right of his home
and found the
Dempsey tape
and health cure. Today,
kinKHize<|uecn i7c.: nnd extra player.

long mattresses!! account for .
24 per cent of miles. Women H 6*
prefer latex foam rubber There cm be no tuch: thingas 7.--
suiersl/e| mattresses because a year of decision: any "At thlH point. I'd say that
do mores; not when., football dependents are a poor substitute -
they not need turning and
.
championships are not decided t for tax reliefl"! '
me! I lightweight and easy to until the next year. { .. -r/ Long wearing. first quality ihMis now at our low low cols price for ,
handle. I youl I Stock up your linen cloiat.and save in Ihllll".ntl! ,



JANUARY


STOREWIDE % 1ST QUALITYWHITE
1 $176

( >yllet $2.24 Our reg.



I ....- + Our reg. $244 ,81 x 108 or full fit. ,$1.96
/ -,7 Our reg. $1.18 pr Pillow Cases . 96c +

master charge

SALE STARTS $ POLYESTER J


THU8S.MENS JAN. 7 CARP'S- 4k4.r \ J NO IRON COTTON $209AT ,y


LADIES INTER LONG OR SHORT SLEEVE: l Our reg S3.59 81 x iota entail fit . .$2.77
1st t QUALITY ALWAYS "' Our reg. $L69pr. PillowCases . . .$1.37 roar

COATS SPORT SHIRTS x


Furs, Corduroy and Many (OlhirsKeg. ) Icg.( to $ 00 $r

to SPRINGMAID ; ". SPRINGMAID
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NO-IRON SHEETS SHEETS

LADIES DRESSES GIRLS DRESSES Dur reg. 32.99 //.e. t ,jI I '+ Our reg $3.49

LARGE: SELECTION; NOW RCR. to )$<5.fJ t aul V n.va,How,n.M W4th Ulu,,,,ironing tumhl Qimmn! Pink 121O4 rtr v.,, $-r- '-// it *' v yellow Dee flo..1 oiotor.nd.1 pink 72 Itlua, $277
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MANY REDUCED: N I
AS Our mil $399 B1 1 104 m full fit .S3 17 Our. ten $4 49 eta 104 or full fit .$3,59
AS1 0 300MUCII i Om MMJ $2 24 iif /Pillow/ Cjiet 'I 187 ) Our. reg $2 49 pr ,Pillow Cases .?.$197


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VALUES 00 VALUES .$ 0 0 r 1 ti ,4
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Our teg $0 29 lull lain/ ,$4.14 1 b Protect your mattress either
1 1MENS .5 machine washable zippered Y

LONG h / TWIN FLAT Ou.B,3,3T, muslin mattress covers.
iJ1l11iiflm'liENS AND BOYS r rte

SLEEVE \ MATTRESS PADS $Z 'r Our reg. $3.69 .

Sport Shirts DOWN Vests Our rig S4 19 Full S3 44

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HEELS & FLATS SWEATERS ANDVALUES TOWELS

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,: WOVEN
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3 # ALLERGY FREE 44" 77
TO f,6.J : DECORATOR
CTp .3 7 FOAM PILLOWS
TO ,
_ lowl. BEDSPREADS $644
09.N sJo. OUa5(0.5469 6o'taooun.' : .

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f f------------ Becomes !The fairness retirement altered plan tor cannot a few ben 4

I Conner employees Tucker said, in telling <
NEW Buford lie opposes allow- 4
I IW ing further back credit t Terwillegar
The council! also Indicated It
W ( wants to hear what the actuary 4
Ranking Official l who drew up the retirement' <
1 plan has to say about U*. idea
) o and what it will cost. Motors
The city; clerk objected to <
/ discussing the matter of the *
J 42 years of age, Doyle again to a four-year term Inl I for a garbage dump on SES-! retirement credit In front of .
became Florida' 1966. He was unopposed againin 229, the Brownlee Road near the press at the council meeting
high-ranking official In the 1970 election. New River, was being surveyed saying reporters present *
his fourth term Conner is presently servingas Monday. But he said
as approval would think there is an ar- <
I of Agriculture president of the National of the site has not yet been gument going on about the problem TRADE-INS ON THE
January 5. Association of State Depart received from the Division of "when ther is not at all."
half of Conner's en- ments of Agriculture Health. In other action Tuesday night
life/ has been spent !In He has been honored as one The proposed site Is now an the Council reconsidered a decision FABULOUS HEW\ 1971
government first as an of the 10 outstanding young men unsightly mess Of paper and previously made not to
member and Speak in America by the Jaycees, cans along scenic SK-229. extend water service to Wilson
Registration During Month of The House of Represen was Progressive Farmer's Man In other action at Commission Road where Millard Brown < FORD
later as Commissioner. of the Year In 1969 and Is a meeting Monday the plans to construct a home on ,
REGISTRATION FEE has been a member National 4-H Alumni Award Board: property which !is just inside
TWO CLASSES: Florida's Cabinet the uni winner. In 1969, Conner con- --Instructed that lighting al the city; limits. Brown had first '
1st From 4:00 To '7: board of directors of the ducted the most successful the new courthouse be cut down asked that he be allowed service < 3
2nd From 7:09 To twice a.* long as Comp. fund-raising campaign >In the to Just "something to show off from Clay Electric, or !If/ required < / IK' Nt :
: Fred 0 Dickinson[ and history of the University; of the building until about 9.30: to take city services
f ENROLLMENT of Education Florida Alumni Association, a p.m." Clerk Inman Green said that he also be given gas and i
TO 15 STUDENTS PER Christian, other hold- group he will head this year the building has been brightly water service. The Council two < 1 I 1 f L'6I:
with Conner this year. as president. lit tor the past 30 days and weeks ago decided Brown must <
FOR MORE INFORMATION "freshmen" Joined them Conner has always been a asked if the Board preferredto be served by city; power, but
-- Richard Stone, Ro fiscal conservative. In his first leave It that way or use fewer said It would be too expensive '
Bradford Union Shevln and Tom O'Malley\ campaign for Commissioner of lights. to run water or gas ]lines to <
Vocational Technical of Dade County; Agriculture, he spent only$28- --Okayed the purchase of a the property. ,
v.rywhere,1+ was born on a farm 350 to his opponent's $115,000. $486 Oillvettl calculator for the Brown asked the Council 0
9646150DeWitt Bradford County; on Decem- He believes >In pay-as-you-go clerk's office. Tuesday to reconsider by either '
17, 1928. He served as financing. Bond financing for -Was told by Clerk Green allowing him to use Clay <
e -- -------- president of Future Far- self-liquidating projects believes that an agreement for dcec Electric, which has a service <
of America In 1946 and Is all right but dencl has been to Surveyor Merrill available or run either wateror '
national FT A president >In financing Is all wrong."I McMillan for land Charles gas service to his property. < I I / /
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believe deficit flnanclm. Guarrla Is,donating tor the He added he will pay $400 <
to his studies at for state services and the sup county; to widen a clay road of the cost of water service.
C. Jones University; of Florida af- port of state agencies can ultimately leading Bedford Lake from On a motion by Councilman
the year as national FFA bankrupt the state a SIMOO.Was Jimmy Bowen, who said he < 1967 Ford Wagon
Conner began cam Florida," Conner declared it read a letter from thinks Brown is right and <
tor Bradford's seat opposing a recommendation foi the Game and Fresh Water should be given water service. ,
STARKE House of Representatives a capital outlay bond issue last Fish Commission asking that The cost will be approximately Full Power & Air One
elected after he year. further < ,
was soon no digging of ditchesbe $2,800 for the 4,000 feet
PHONE 9G1-G200KEYSTONE 21.In some circles Con- Conner also Is frugal In the done In the county; without of line necessary. < Owner
became known as the "boy operation of Ms department; prior notification of game officials. -
must justify t lSltfitl i tirif SfifiifiilSi iiiiSStf tOtiig
of Florida politics, ever employee Tfgp tQjgffqglglplRltQggjPfl gltiilqjgPSB glftF P
was reelected to the House each budget proposal before -Indicated that members of The council agreed It could-
1952, 1954 19S6 and 1958, it Is approved, and must justify the 1971 board should attenda n't make on exception about
PHONE 473-3176: as Speaker of the House the expenditure of every short course on solid waste the electric service, or It would 1968 Chevrolet Impala
the youngest represen- dollar of state funds Feb. 16-18 In Jacksonville with face many such cases But it
ever to hold that high Conner has always defended Sanitarian Jack Trawick. The also agreed that when a per- Full Power & Air One
In Florida. the merits of the Cabinet sys- three day course will be sponsored son Is forced to take city; elec- ,
serving as speaker, tem, Florida's unique "plural by the Bureau of Solid trlclty; other services should Owner
Now / worked closely with the executive." With a new gov- Waste Management and Is a also be provided if at all pos-
covsrWln_ o'ws Doora ,arches Nathan Mayo,Commission ernor and three new members first In the south, according to Bible. BPSsaSBjsJa
of the Cabinet, Conner believes out that the
of Agriculture to reorgan- the sanitarian. Brown pointed
FOR WINTER-LON the Florida Department of the next tour years will once --Decided to let Road Foreman city has put up seven power 1965 Chevrolet Fordor
PleaticCrtateFCbaa again prove the .stability; of R.E. Jones check out whe- poles and a transformer, but
f IsKiDle first met Mayo while the system. ther It will be best for the road he still does not have power. ,
was a lad attending FFA department to purchase an Ice The holdup is a lack of taller Heater'\ and Auto. Radio
camp at O'Leno State poles who the city can cross
machine that cubesor
At that meeting, Conner Burning crushed ice.produces over Clay Electric lines. Bg tfdu.'fl tafifcg agg gWiBiigtii
36 : Mayo he hoped to sue. The Council also: ,
exit'A4o m / //1. Mayo as Commissioner. Dump. -Discussed with a Superior 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle
boyhood Idol died Engine representative the prob-
0e In. FLEX-0-GLASS I960 after announcing his lem of regrouting two engines, '
la (tar afro gar than polyethyleneIt's Conner: won the (Cont'd from Pg. 1) City Potver with costs expected to be close Fordor V-8 Automatic
?
the only laetle window material against strong opposltior to $10,000. .
the 1960 Democratic primary. -Was told In a monthly report ginm afffcBgcimgaiatg
GUARANTEED Wa rp Bros was reelected to a two- pointing out Bradford residents (Cont'd from Pg. I 1)) that the city Police Department .
V 2 FULL YEARS Pionvcr term !In 1964, when elect use some land (ills maintained made 180 cases in .
At Hardwa Lumber Dealer [ dates were changed to avoid by Clay County.; Power and has the 1,500; kilowatts December and that fines and 1968 Dodge Cornet
presidential elections, and Trawick reported that the sites readily available when It forfeitures totaled 1878.Chief
is needed. But the cost will Ken Fuqua also relnterated the Tudor
(6)
probably exceed the city[; pro-
need of repairs to the city;
- - -
r duction cost per kilowatt. jail and noted a lack of ade-
Tucker also indicated he will quate heating But dog calls
suggest that a reserve fund during the month decreased to
eII P' / could be started now so that >In a few, he reported. 1969 Dodge s Monaco WagonFull
the next five years a new engine -
1 1A could be puchased without [ -
bond !Issue. Power & Air

ahKa. But he said a "long, hard BRIDES
look will be taken at a bond
issue now." !Hefiislerd>: .
Auditor Ned Scott and Engineer KULLIWJTON'SJANUARY( :' 1967 Ford Falcon V-8
Fred Wilson will be ,
asked to be present at Mon-
r day's meeting Tucker said Auto. Air & Power

I "; ; Tuesday nightRetirement Miss Sue Douelaa Steering

\r BULLINGTON'SI'llOTOfJKAPHY :
.
<, 1969 Chevrolet PickupClean

(Cont'd from Pg. 1)I Gifts; The Bride Will '

Treasure ,. One Owner
refusing to do so.
,/ yw Clerk Edwards said that when J
the retirement plan was' adopted .

employee the amount received of was credit studied each POWKII\\ \HWII.i!() : 1968 Ford Station WagonFull

y and the emplouee consulted. limit; MI.I.VLK(; :
{ Chairman Nell Tucker also Power & Air
.o that out. A change' now '
n wk pointed !-arijc; Trailer ..irkingSfMCUS >
would be playing with the struc-
ture of the plan, the chairman III .
+ = s. said, which he Indicated
<
1968 Pontiac Bonneville
does not think !Is a good Idea. i \ 1F 1:1"ILIA': i

r '. l'\'M') \ Concrete Patio
S Full Power & Air, One
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t a t 70l City Hater, Sewer\ I darl Owner

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Yes, you can a
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IV Cagers Roll 42-32 Over Baker Murphey, Jackson


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Tornado Junior varsity; bas- STATISTICS Make Honor TeamTwo
ketballers, led by Alfonso Ber-
ry, recorded their second Score by Quarters;

straight victory over the Wildcats Tornado football play- As a senior this past season lander, Sr., Bolles; Larry Hol-
here Tuesday. ta ,.yl HHS 12 7 13 10 42 KTH seniors Tim Murphev and Jackson was a defensive land, Sr., Fernandlna' and '.
w v Baker 10 4 10 8-32 Danny Jackson, have been standout and one of the team'sleading Buddy Guy, Sr., .Palatka. .
Bradford led throughout the named to the 1970 Florida All- tacklers. To take advantage -
game and never trailed the V \ HI IS- Williams 3-3-10, Barber Conference team of 22 mem- of his speed and mobility -
Wildcats. The win put the BUS I 1 ,, 0-1-1 Hlherd 2-0-4, New- bers. coaches played him at
season mark at 3-1. some 3-1-7) Blalock 1-0-2, Alvarez Murphey caught over 50 passes an all-Important llnebacklng!
4-0-8. for over 500 yards as an position last season but endedup
The Baby Tornadoes outscored I Ir BakerPulse 3-3-10 Glvens outstanding wide receiver for putting the big tackle back
the Wildcats 12-10 In the L I! 2-0-4 Rhoden 0-2-2 Cason a Tornado team that went Into the defensive line wherehe
first quarter. Berry hit four ; l1 TM :5-1-11 Folford 0-2-2 Crews through one of Its worst sea- was most effective.
out of his first five shots I w[ 'Ir 0-1-1. Lyons 0-1-1. Totals 11- sons In history, winning only Linemen and linebackers
played a very big factor In the 1332. three games. 11m Is the onb making the all-conference team
opening minutes, Coach Jim grlddcr to letter four yearsat were Joe Becker, Sr., Pal.
Duncan was quick to point out. BITS in many years. South; Gary Brembry, Sr., Pal. FyDa x+ K'A.ak
I
Don Starling. lie played defensive end asa Central; Marc Frith, Jr., Orange .r
At the end of the first half, freshman. Murphey estab- Park; Cliff Hunter, Sr., -
Bradford Increased It's lead to lished himself that year as a and Bruce Gallaway, Sr.. Live Charley'E. r
19-14. In the second quarter, ; J Services Set tough, hard nosed football player Oak; Wyche Bryce, Timmy Harper "
Bradford scored only nine on a standout Tornado team and O'Neal Tyler all senIors [,
point, five by Berry. fZ that had many such players. Fernandina Beach; Robey ,
For< FridayDan This past season Murphey Leery and Malcolm Jones, sen- John t
Bradford steadily Increased also held down defensive safety iors. Bolles, and William El- ,
Its lead until the end of the ; post and was the back-up more. Sr., St. Asgustinchonorable \ .
third quarter the Tornado's led W. Starling, 70, of Law- quarterback. But he stood out About This Question;
3224. tey former member and chair- as a wide receiver where his
o r man of the Bradford County; ability; to get open and a fan- : Mention Linemen: "Christmas shopping is
Though Bradford played r School Board, was pronounceddead tastic pair of hands made he Joe Shirley, Sr., Palatka; Ran- over and we're loaded
mainly its second stringers In rfrio on arrival at Bradford and quarterback Dean Johnsan dy McMullen, Sr., Live Oak; with 'accounts receivable".
the fourth quarter the Torna- County; Hospital Wednesday almost unstoppable passing Carey Gill Bill "Miller, and What if fire, explosion
does etlll outscored the Wild- morning. lie had been In ill combination in an otherwise Gordon Hart, all seniors, Fer- windstorm or theft would
cats 10-8. ,te health for some time. lackluster year for the Tor- nandlna; Bill Brohowskl, Sr., cause the loss of our files
St.
Aug.
Coach Duncan said, "I'm real nadoes. -how could collect the-
: Funeral services will be held "lie's a winner and a good: we
pleased with my players. All : at 2:30( Friday In Crosby thousands of dolf-.rs due
: p.m. boy, says Coach David lIurse, Backs and Split Ends: Danny
of themselves.them played That's and what enjoyed the A \ Jones Lake Cemetery Funeral Home with In DeWitt charge.C. who hand out such complimentsmost Hood Sr. Palatka; Sammy us? Does your agency
sparingly. have insurance
Is all about." \ Warren, Hal Fletcher, and to protect
game I Tj Two other deaths occured with Jackson Is a big 220-pound Charles Buckner, all seniors, a business from any such
Tuesday and Wednesday, tackle who was troubled early Live Oak; Darrell Brenner, loss of income?"
Abner Tickets incomplete at time
Lit $ LL information in his career by knee trou- Alonzo Autry, and Billy Leeper -

Can Be Purchased of Clarence going to press.Saucer, 44, died bles, but had such potentialthat all seniors, Fernandina; Charley E.
Bradford coaches stuck
From DCT Members Ted caster, Sr., Bolles and
the result of a
Tuesday, as with him through those early Mike Hartley, Sr., St. Augus-
heart attack at his home north- years. Me has been an offen- tine. JOHNS AGENCY
Tickets to the hit comedy east of Starke. Funeral ser- sive and defensive starter as Honorable Mention Backs:
state production of LII I Abnerto vices will be held at 10 a.m. a junior and senior and had no Steve Stewart, Sr., St. Aug.; 131 So. Walnut St.
be presnted at the Bradford Thursday at Jones Memorial trouble with Injuries. Gary lilnn Jr., and Bob GIl- Phone 9646070Ssf
High Auditorium Jan. 22- t v Chapel.
23 are being sold by DCT Club Mrs. Leona Crawford widowof
Peach Crawford, died Wed- ---- - -
members at the high school. - -
Tickets may be ordered from A Wildcat finds the going totiffh under the Wskt. nesday Inlh..l.. where she
DCT members by phoning 964- t. as Berry number 13 and Williams number 14, had bran isiting a daughter.Funeril' .
6445 any weekday during school block his shot Berry was the leading! scorer'in the arrangements had not
been completed at press time
hours. game with 11 points and also grabbed 9 rebounds.
Tickets are $1.25 for adults tUD
and $1 for students. Money collected Bradford grabbed 20 rebounds The whole team shot well." ;
will\ to March of
go nine
otwhlchBerry
Dimes. pulled down. The Tornadoes hit 38 percent
Show time Is 8 p.m. "The team passed real well of their shots from the floor BHS Falls
and we had no one big scorer.


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,in circulation, But well make you a gift, of a The Eisenhower, Ingot a treasured consecutive game to the Baker second quarter even with the
special, limited, edition, pure silver," keepsake that will continue to grow lnvaluelsenhowerCommemoratlveIngotlrsa County; Wildcats 69-47 Tuesday first quarter. Wo were passIng LUXURY "PUFFQUILT"LIMITED
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valuable gift lust for opening, savings' significance,', The pure silver. Eisenhower, rebounds In the first half" i5/l't TIME OFFER
account of$200 or adding, 1200 to your Commemorative you can I get from the From the opening tip-off. Die Coach Sexton said ; liL'I111111''trr ;
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They scored 2 baskets down and did nothing. 1 his team :, rr #:; 99x5

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I stood 16-9 In favor of the Wildcats half, we simply quit" .-,:!: S.: lot,,. I :;.,4't: ". /Innerspring/ or 6" Foam Rubber
Also! A Maximum Of One Coin I'er Account! The loss is the fifth straight .'. ,fl. 1/t tI f ,
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belonged to the Tornadoes as winless to date. I Letterman Han- ; r all arm ,Im. 'Iu.urnNn,. ,, p (Umllyd.,. | 1,1 I loam
II t they rallied to outscore the d.tl 1 McGee played for the first '; ,,/Nam/ .1 uxhnnlr nvl ry nnl r. nI.r.d., Nn...,.."hnly.. Sumo. rl'.. ,lurnnnl.,Mill. ,UK., ?rllturu mlhgl.a '
This Is A One Time Offer Wildcats 17-13, closing the gap timi! this( season, his knee okay .\J., PLATINUM1-::..il.|,'y gqum',::up; :t'f rrnrn, t.,:'I':.r>|"mi Will|:,,IM M,,,mil| nNl:tut,*IrwIY kxwe I Ink
to 29-24 at the end of the half. now but starter Urn Hicks Ix luunnrl i urrnnLLrw.i i .,.I and i i.nr,..u.,,10.'V' it.til iHiMiM'ilH
I I In the third quarter, "we simply was out with the mumps. !{ Aidl liiduMimt. iml/. .,lusjllt.. I NlAlnnnrl' Ir., yelN nuifti'inimi. ....'..R....
quit" Coach Mike Sexton SAVE $100 on King Size 299.95 Set. Queen
The 'lorrudoes travel this Size 219 95 Set
II I put it.The. week going to I.lve Oak I Friday -
EFFECTIVE JAN 1, 1970 night Jan 8, then making Only/ /this NEW SPACE AGE FOAM BOX SPRING is. .
Wildcats scored 12
t Passbook Saving* 5" per annum $2.50 minimum before the Tornadoes scored points :a- short next trip Tuesday to Green, Jan.<':ove'prlngs 12. 1 ,AlIIttAM nm.rh.r.rrr I uarurmr,., :. ,':::,:.I., minen' ', .l::nine:.: ,, nm'ru,: h'' nl' tern

month Certif ictet 5.23' annum $2,000 minimum their the first. Only 1:37: remainedIn Both are expected to be tough o 2 "ii.... .....,..IO"/ ....,. ,1.r.... ,.?.. .?." ,...",.., ..11..'""... rrr0Mnlliiull
t per I finally scored.quarter The when Tornadoes Bradford games with Tornadoes defInitely .E)q" J 3 .,, Ir, .,rl,. rlr.l. ,.. .. "'I ..?." ?......?.r.1.,..,Ire..rrl. .,lerx
1 year Certificate. 5.75 per annum $5,000 minimum In the underdog role. '. dr" ul Nmugln. .' u.,..", a .. ,out.,r...r.l,y.v .
scored only two points In the rr- ,. ,. .
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I __ ALL EARNINGS QUARTERLY a corfortable 50-28 margin in Score by Quarters: r [N.MIffTllj!! ::; fyi 'J" 11.: HMM' n'"n"'II::" 1 ia[>a[ .....T, .."'*,aiuIt ,:1
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onty ford fared slightly better, us
MO 4. Till:US. 9 3 tAV a6i both Bradford and Macclenny
1 a. HI. to. p. m. BIIS- Johns' 4-2-10. Wright:
t Friday 9 a.ro. to 5:30: p.m. I scored 19 each. 1-2-4, Mcdco. 2-0-4, I lemming -
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Cloned Murphy was the leadIng 102. Branson 1-0-1. Henry fur
Saturdays
scorer of the with ''=
game l-u-2. :Simmons l-n-2 Mur- 11
t u 17. Dean Johns also scored
7-4-17, Kinney: 2-1-5,
phey
SAVINGS ANO LOAN ASSOCIATION tt In double figures for Bradford uLals I 2I-C-47.: I 1 A

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..... Willie Tills:\ led Macclenny son 1-0-2, Jackson 3-2-8, Mel-

t "The House of Savings" "4-:';;?t: :.:*- I hons with 10 hit, whllo for 13 Murray, and Hun Meike-l lee harpo kenhoUB 2-5-0 IS-I-I3.: Io Harp fi-D-12 3-1-7, Kennedy -, Can el rhea.us scan .a --.Sara..FIoIrIdJ

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LESTER JOHNS ROAD NEWSBY (Yew Company Car Mileage MFP Funds $214,260 NEW BOOKS AT THE LIBRARY

MRS AB.WH1TEHEADSR.I Fill Produce Statement Now
ADULT' FICTIONA The Anatomy Of An Airline

For Bradford! County schools received The $29,790 total was the Question Of Negligence (Williams}; So You Want To
I Men' Pants Required $184,464 In Mlnumum balance duo Bradford Countyof (McLeave): LinerHarlow);The Buy A Mobile Home (Griffin! );
NEW YEAR GATHERING oar:: Foundation funds from the State a total of $i 8,000 budgetedlast Treasure Hunt (Pace); Novem- DIrksen: Portrait Of A Public -
TradingA
of Florida In December year for the extended ber (GSmorlonCareYanTOYflh( ); Man (MacNell!: )}; The WorldOf
The home of Johnnie Oad The Choir of Pine Level Bap- T & T Apparel Co., a smallclothlna' plusa
Pat- Dickens (Wilson)
I $29,796 boost for piloting an school year experiment. cares (Mac Lean); Deadly Charles ;
Bllll manufacturing plant,
Dobbs, of Belford,was the seemof :dst Church presented
I state law errectiveJan.I tern (Clark), Somehow I Iliad Party And Holiday Decorations
new extending school last
ta to be In year sum-
I' another one of the famllj) Myrlck with a golng-away reek. expected operation I requires a signed statement mer, according to Supt. Tom Local school officials have To Find A Brass Band Oluth); You Can !Make (McCann)} Mak-
time >In ,
children night of last some February according
r which Ms Wednesday
f gatherings of the speedometer reading on Casey. termed the extended school year To Walk The l.lne (Quammen); ing Gifts From Oddments And
John A. Torodo
I. New Year'sday He surprised to receive a to ,
, hold annually on was car traded In Florida.It a success and have applied The Hook Of Sansevero (Glo- Outdoor Materials (Creek-
Blackeyed peas and hog travel clock, which will be use secretary-treasurer of the new any provides that each owneror The regular MFP allocation for state funding tor the sum vene}; The Land Of Lost Con- more)}; So You're Going To
Jowl for good luck during the ful while he Is attending the COrpol"8 tlon.President. mer of 1971. The anticipates The Vantage Have (Graham) The
transferor shall, at the time of $184,464 last month exceeded program tent (Phillips)>; Surgery ;
new year) are always a feature Baptist Seminary.Mr. a future 12-month ) Kinds[ Of Love Golf Swing
and of transfer of any motor vehicle by $22,000 :the amount the Ground; (Dulack ; Square-to-Square
of these annual dinners. and Mrs. Blllle Normanand ager of T & T Is general Gerald Tucker man.- and any applicant for a county received in MFP fundsIn school year.Florida's. CSurton( ), A Guest Of HonourCk (Adultman); The Prince And '
children of Lawtey were who has Florida title certificate, shall December 1969 as the state ( >rdlmcr); The Seventh Girl The Discourses (Machlavelll); '
Those present last Friday visiting Misses Pat and Eula aged two sewing previously plants man-In execute a statement of the mileage continues to take over financing 67 counties received Van /nndOj); The Hospital[ The Year Of The Seal (. her-
$48.5 million In state
were Mr. and Mrs. A.B.Whitehead Norman Monday afternoon Starke and who has had wide on the speedometer at of public schools, Supt. (Young, Vector For Seven fcr); Johannes Jorgensen
Sr. and daughter, Char funds for use in December ) The Card Castle(Simmons (Jones).
t experience !In this Industry. the time of transfer The mi Casey says. (Saxton>;
lotte; Mr. and Mrs.A.B.Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez leage reading must be Included $7.3 million greater than the ); A Theme For Reason
Jr. and children Kim of Starke, attended funeral ser on an appllcadon for title certificate. Each year for the next three kindergarten though high school (O; llvie); The Hawser I'lratcs
'f and Terry; Mr. and Mrs. vices for Lee Addison at Rat The new sewing operation( will Florida counties will bo required funds supplied in December 1969 (Wynd); The Only Yankee OVa- JUVENILE: : HCTIONHcnjle =
Charles Whitehead and daughter ford Sunday afternoon. be housed In the building onE The new law applies to any to increase by one mill according to a report by State tlicn); Sklnman (Tarmcy); Then (Lexau); Elizabeth
r of Jacksonville; Mr. and Madison Street former location vehicle sold In Florida, regardless per year their[ local participation Comptroller Fred O. Bud)Dic here Grew I''p A Generation. (Skorpen> ; ); We Never!; Get To
" Mrs. George Bishop, Jr., Mike Lennie Collins, son of Mr. of the Quigley Museum. of the state of registration In MFP school funding, kinson. (HJorn); The Walter Syndrome Do Anything (Alexander); Gladys
!P' and Melody of Jacksonville; and Mrs. Frank Collins, was The building Is now being renovated or title. A speedometer but the state then must reci- Operation of schools is financed (Ncely); 1Calculated Klsk Told I Me To Meet Her
Mrs. A.W. Whitehead, Jr. and glad to see this Christmas goby and some 16 sewing reading must be supplied by procate with $1,100 per year the Min (Dennison): \nv>lle's Slog Here (Sharm.it; Tot Betot And
through
I, son, Danny, and his friend;Mrs. He has been confined with machines will be (Installed at the seller. Increase per teaching unit imum largely Foundation Program (McDonald), Hierohblshop Ills [.IttleFlutcCalhonA! Where
Wlllard Dockery of Green Cove chicken pox and a strap throa< an early date. To start with Counties must Increase their million of (Blair) The fxxl I uck Was (Molar-
Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Oren during the holidays. Get well the plant will have about 18 w yYou're .. participation by one mill per which supplied $45.8 allocation. :sk\ ); i locks \nd More Clocks

Reddish and daughter, Geraldine boy. Maybe next Christmas will employees, and will produce citizen If, year until a maximum of seven the December 1970 million ADM] 'I I VA !I'le l 1111' 'Hutching), lIeo) Elephant
an average \n addition $2.7 came
of Ralford; Mr. and Mrs. be better. men's pants. no matter what the economy mills local contribution !is from the state sales tax. < rime In \mcrl
Marzell Dobbs and children does !it's bad for you. reached, Casey says. The Trials Of 'ilmm Clloffa; mar
of Madison; Gerry Roberto of It was a sad time Monday
North Carolina; and Mr. and morning aa the school buses
Mrs. Lester Dobbs of Gaines- started rolling down the roads, rnr.t

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CJilotiat, 4 sp.aiini GENERATION, GAP? ,: Crime And Taxes Were Big Issues I


t _'. At New River Picnic In 1900

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The Cost Of PotWhile High taxes and crime were but a small crowd to hear ate this year. I will use every

Just as much a part of life him but he deserved a better effort In my power to save the
and a subject of controversy at attendance for his originality state $50,000 by offering and
most other small towns In more than 1,000 in 1969. the turn of the century as they of thought and rugged eloquence working for a resolution to adjourn -
the area have reported Incidents of are today. was a revelation to your correspondent th e legislature at the

the use and abuse of drugs by a small That is New York, of courseand Those who think that all was who had not heard expiration of thirty days.
But terri- "sweetness and light" In the him before. There will not be a United
nut 3r of youths in the community, New York seems far away. good, old days may be disillusioned When Mr. Crews had finishedMr. States senator to elect at the
Starke and Bradford County have thus fying things are happening much closerto Ic by reading this account Jones was again called next session and about all the

far escaped such Incidents, at leastin home. The Influence of LSD was of a gathering at New upon to speak and this time work of consequence to be

the courts. blamed for the 100-foot plunge from a River as related In the July 6,' he stepped briskly upon the done Is to meet, make the ap-
forest fire tower which took the life 1 1900 Issue of The Bradford platform and surprised his propriations for the state and
. hearers by showing thorn that
We wish could believe that this of an 18-year-old youth in Tallahasseelast County Telegraph. quit.
we i I he, too could talk. lie beganby "I have talked with many i
means our community has been granted week. Friends said he was on saying that he thought he lawyers of the state,

a special immunity from the exposure an LSD "trip" and either fell or x was out of the speech-making and eminent they tell me that we have J

of its young people to the deliberately Jumped from the tower. : :: NEW RIVER PICNIC business, as he had yieldedhis too many laws now, and that It
time to Dr. Van Elderen
evils of drugs, but that is too muchto Not many months ago another youth, BIG CROWD GATHERED AT but It seemed that his friends would be a blessing to the

be hoped for. Indeed, we have on a similar "trip," set fire to his THE LONG BRIDGE FRIDAYCOMMUNICA were determined to have him state if the repeal legislature I Uws for would thirty -
and
recently been told that there is at car and burned himself to death in ( TED) speak, anyway. lie then addressed -meet days, and adjourn. Then why

least one place in town where drugsare Gainesville. Tragic Incidents such as the chair and asked prolong the session? I shalladjournment

readily available to. the YOUJ'Apeople these have been reported from all "Heiveni, boy! you could become ADDICTED!" The New announcement River of a picnicat that ten minutes be allowed work for early If
long bridge last
as well as older addicts, who parts of the country.In Friday brought Out a large Mm, which the was audience granted.he said Addressing -: elected. If you select me as your

are willing to pay the price. We only ;:. ;:::*"(:::::::i"v.:: :: *: :=>,:=::::::*: ;;::*, :: ::::::;;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::;;::::::::::::::::::::;;:::::: crowd of men, women children "Ladles and gentlemen I senator not to this leave year a you stone can unturnedIn rely on
know what we have been told, but the face of such evidence, and and candidates, who spent a know you are tired and do not me the burden of taxa-

have no reason to doubt the sincer- the apparent risk of young people"graduating" Cold Trend May ContinueF pleasant day. want to hearany more speeches. don reducing
from "grass" to more There were young people who It Is time to home but
ity of our informant. ;::: now go "I have been told by ex-repre
dangerous drugs, how can anyone ser- ij For Several Centuries danced to strains of violin and bear with me Just ten minutes, sentatives and senators that I

iously advocate legalizing the sale of organ, but the principal event and I will be through. would be sneered at, ridiculed, I,
The horrendous effects of the
drug
Better get a good grip on Sciences Services Administration was speech-making by can- "I 1 have followed Mr. Crews criticised If I Introduced -
habit in its extreme form have been marijuana in this country'lWe didates for county offices. laughed at,
your "long Johns cold weather says the average world very closely and noted what he such a resolution. I
emphasized by a series of killings haters-- the worst may temperature has fallen about has to say about high taxes and care not for ridicule criticismand "f
in Boston this month. The terror of hope that any young people now be yet to come one-third of a degree since The the cause. Mr. Crews has told sneers for doing what I !believe t
narcotics abuse illustrated by these toying with the idea of "going along Although It'. been a mild 1950. speech-making was in you that our taxes are too high; to be my duty If I can
marijuana winter so far in these parts- That might not seem like progress when your correspondent you all know that. Again Mr. $50,000 I will
with the smoking state
crtjwd" by
crimes Is in save my
re-echoed other recent arrived the
on
with the exception of one hard cause for Immediate panic and grounds. Crews told you that we are for j
findings. The Saturday Review In a will take a few minuteS to freeze In November, those who alarm, but the experts remindus Candidates declared that they having too much crime and criminal do It, you can trust me !

.j surveyor the drug problem last month, read the following editorial, reprintedfrom study such things say we'rein that it would take only a were In the race to stay, and prosecutions. My friends, that."I have many friends among !

noted that deaths from narcotics have an exchange, which points out for a cold one before its four-degree drop in temperature for that their records were open you all know that; what I want the old senators who hold over. f!

risen five times in New York in recent the seriousness of playing around with over. to return to an "Ice Ago Inspection. All made good Mr. Crews to tell you is the I kno w many of them who will !
In fact, some of the "ex- climate"only 240 years in speeches, notwithstanding their remedy for all this. I notice (
this so-called "mild" narcotic. too glad to vote for my ;
be
from 200 in only
1960 to
years-- erts" say the world Is now In the future if the current rate avowal that they had not come that he has not touched on that resolution. If I did
the grip of a "cold snap" that of change continues. for such a purpose.Mr. at all." II e then appealed to proposed I could do the
not believe peo-
started In 1950 and which could An Ice Age climate Isn't too N.J. Jones who aspiresto Mr. Crews to Impart this Information I in
with who m am daily
last for hundreds of years, much different from the one senatorial honors was called to the people if he ple direct touch good I would ji
and
even (heaven forbid) bringingon we now live with. It Just means upon to make a speech as soon could Continuing, Mr. Jones
the start of another Ice that more snow falls In win- as he arrived on the grounds said: not be a candidate.touched

"POT" DOESN'T COST MUCH -OR DOES IT? Age ter than melts In summer. but he yielded the time allotted "I have In mind some of the Mr.his Jones loyalty to Wm. J.briefly Bryan -
In the meantime, the cold- It takes a thousand years, of to him to Dr. Van El- remedies for high taxes, but it upon In 1896 and also his faithfulness '
trend would mean more snow course, for glaciers to really deren. The doctor made a very Is hard to get them executed. silver
While the debate over the marijuana rages, and more arctic freezes. Ice get rolling, and the weather acceptable speech. Still If I am elected as your democratic to leader the great for 1900. ,
teenagers play a dangerous game of at floes will continue to closein might warm up long before that After this a few more announced representative: in the state sen-
around Iceland In could The climatolo- themselves candidates
; glaciers happen. ,
tempting to beat the law by using it. the Pacific northwest will grow gists aren't guaranteeing their and then the chairman reques-

What if they get caught? Probably, on first larger; and there will be changes forecasts any more than do the ted that (the baskets be broughtout

offenses, they'd get a suspended sentence and In farming patterns. weathermen. But for the short- for an old time picnic din- I
The head climatologist at thegovernment's term, they maintain, "there'sno After dinner Mr. J.B. Crews ,
never serve a day in Jail. So what differencedoes Environmental relief In sight." spoke on taxation. There was G l Jr
that first offense make?

"A youth was stopped for a traffic violation.

The officer recognized the oder in the

violator's car. The defendent had a few joint of Farmers DiaryJohns

marijuana with him.

"He was convicted of possession, a felony, Well here we are In the new River, have been damagedby
and received a suspended sentence." year of '71 with' some new polluf: and the same pro-
country officials, a new state cess to an extent is happeninghere I
. "Did he lose anything? representative and
governor, In Bradford County Let 4
"All he lost was the right to vote, the right to and a very popular U.S. Sena- us hope It can be corrected so

own a gun and the right to run for public of tor taking office In Starke,Tal- that the generations to come
fice." lahassee and Washington. We may have an unspoiled regionin
got a break from the weatherman w which to live.
"He lost the opportunity of ever being a over the New Year weekend l ,4

licensed doctor, dentist, CPA, engineer, I when It was clear and .

laywer, architect, realtor, ostepath, physical north fairly a comfortable snowstorm, raged while and up At the time of'writing* 'sun

therapist, private detective pharmacist, burled that section under a foot By Sam McGarvey shine Is flooding the wooded

school teacher, barber, funeral director, or so of snow. Irrigated. Needless to say we section In which we live and it

masseur, or stock broker. hope the berry growers make a Is pretty as a picture exceptfor
comeback this season. the lawn which is painteda
"He can never get a job where he has to be dirty old brown. But a few

bonded or licensed." We were more than usuallj .. short weeks from now accord-

weather-minded, because SalT ing to the calendar, winter will
lie can't work for thecity, county, or federal
spent most of the holiday sea- Air and water pollution was a be over and eveythlng will be
government. son In bed with the flu, or some big story during 1970 and it bursting with spring vigor and alb
"lie can enlist in the military service, but he other miserable condition: and promises to be an even biggerone will be green as St. Paddy'shat.

willl] not have a choice of service and will after Alice had Sam about readyto this year. It seems to us So far with the exception
climb out of bed she came that here in Bradford County the of the one freeze, we have not
possibly be assigned to a labor battalion. down with the same thing.Some- primary problem Is water pol- hid: a hard winter

"If this happened to you, would you think how or other, it seems to be lution, because there is evi- BIU. AND;; MRS.\ N D. WAINWRIGIIT JR.
had worse to be sick In bad weather dence that of lakes .
you lost anything? some our Hold Letters Announcing Honors
than otherwise.
and streams are being pollutedand

that unless remedial steps In case you missed It, last
are taken soon, the damage weekend featured football from Wainwrights Are Honored
will be considerable and one of morning until night and It was
Last week we had a fairly our greatest resources will be all right for the gridiron fans, In Music And Politics
rain and result the"noburn" '
heavy as a
destroyed. but others had enough of it to
ban lifted In
was last for some time to come.
this area for the time being. a. We wonder how malcan remember Mr. and Mrs N.D. Wainwright present-d( ( formally ;it a i dinner
Welcome To Bradford CountyA However, we noticed a few days when on New Year's Jr., of Hollywood, Fla., for- .n Url.m'io: in January honoring -
later that things had already It Is a complex problem because Day people went calling and merly of Starke, have recently -
dried off considerably and that while everyone Is obviously had a nip of egg nog here and been tapped for honors In retiring U.S. Sen. !Spessard
small project of the Bradford bility for that space. We must t think care must be used In the burn- opposed to pollution there? the field of music and politics. Holland as the !Most Outstanding
Ing of trash- such as the big Floridian 1971.
strict enforcement of certain Mr. Wainwright was selected of
between the
is
Chamber of Commerce saw fruition there something good piles of paper wrapping that standards often runs contraryto for the 1971 edition of "Out- Mrs! Wamwright's honor Is
Christmas week when new welcome signs, else we wouldn't be drawing came with Christmas presents. commercial and Industrial standing Floridians" In recognition being selected to the

signs were placed at each end of attention to It. Interests and a real battle ensues of his 33 years In pub- Songwriters Hall of Name was
the county on US-301. It can be argued that lic service. doubled when she learned she
But the signs also say that any- state agencies for instance, The last time we went call- Mrs. Wainwright, a com- also had been Included in the

"Welcome To Bradford County" thing unsightly also belongs to Bradford are over-zealous In their requirements Ing on someone In this area on poser, was elected by the board first Directory of American
County. Residents know what those but some of the a Sunday afternoon In the fall, of directors to the new Song Women Composers published
greets 301 motorists In bright yellow After getting off to a slov conditions we have now are the we were ushered Into a dimlylit writers Hall of Fame In New by the National Federation of
lettering that will be difficult to misson sights are so we won't call further start, the berry' plantings seem, result of a lack of enforcementby llvingroom with a flickering York City. Music Clubs

the advantageously placed signs. attention to them here. to be growing better and makingup under-zealous officials. TV set showing a football game, Their accomplishments were The Songwriters Hall of
for lost time.There has been and our efforts at conversationwere outlined In the following article Fame Is now being formed by

The purpose, of course Is to make We must also take responsibility plenty of sunshine, and that fruitless bo now everyone from a recent edition of the elections, but the board o'f

visitors they are in Bradford for what we see between the signs that heavy rain of last week must stays at home and looks at TV, Hollywood Sun-Tattler: directors! elected several I
aware have lot particularly Lakes and steams throughout old and fine has A of
helped a and something veteran two world members? prior to the clec-
County But let's think a little deeper could be Improved. And, folks, there the plantings that have not been Florida. Including the great St. been lost. wars, Wainwright served as tions.

than that. are improvements that can be madein state representative! from *

our county, even though we have .Starke. lie followed his father SIl.''K OK the nominees for

Does it occur to you that by denoting made great strides in the past few 1 and grandfather! in that seat, election this! year are Ilongy
Emphysema On The Rise In Florida I Rotarians Hear
when the county is entered means years. giving his family the honor of Carmichael Duke Ellington,

the Chamber, at least, must be proud Drug ''Language the only family in Florida to Ira ticrshxvin, Johnny Mercer

markers.It Emphysema Is on the Increase been determined produce three consecutive und Pete Seeger.
of what's in between the two keys It has.
On RecordingsMembers of
Do we really mean what the signs In Florida, and now that most sufferers are men generations- legislators.U Among the qualifications for
of ? ranks seventh among the state's over 40 years of age who havea of the Starke h served us! major of election to the Hall of Fame is
sort take responsi
means we say St.irkp for two terms after
of death. While at least 20
leading cause years'
medical history of repeated Club added some new words composing
there were only 433 Florida colds and bronchial troublesand tary to their "drug vocabulary"when Irving! on the cIty council, experience.Mrs. .
the disease In 1957 rug elected to t two terms as
deaths from ,
who also smo-
are heavy Mr. and Mrs. John San- Wainwright member
the figure has risen to 1,318 justice of the pence and was a a
kers. WPXE
of station presented -
ders of ASCAP Is the of
ten years later, in 1967. member of the Selective composer
record-
an educational tape Service board. "Hollywood, Florida, U.S.A."
Emphysema develop slowly ing prepared by Mutual Broad-
adopted by the city commission
The I According to the Florida Division I Its victims usually start casting Company last week. AFTER HIS as the official song of
Bradford political career
County of Health, the exact with severe and repeated res- Included on the tape were Hollywood.She .
lie
TELECRAPHESTAJJUSHED Il -- causes of emphysema arenot piratory Infections followed by excerpts from popular rock mu- became Involved In the worked for 10 a
as
well understood, but there area long periods of feeling below sic recording groups, demon- state government by workingwith music therapist at years South
Each the discomfort strating how code words familiar the Suite H average
number of factors that are par. year -
Florida
1879 strongly suspected of contributing Increases until shortnessof to young people, were Department the Slate Hotel State Hospital and Is
active In local
Into the lyricsto and Restaurant: Commission music dubs and
to the disease. Among breath, frequent coughing worked song
front 5 these are: repeated expose spells, and decreasing capacity carry the message of the the State Game! and FreshWater church activities.

4'h.Bible these are: repeated exposure for air In the lungs. By this drug culture. Fish Commission and
time It might be too late to do most recently the FloridaDepartment
MIMSM Then said Jesus Father, to lung Irritants such as dust ..Mrs. Sanders said that WPXF .
fumes' air pol- more than slow down the harm of Agriculture: lie
molds noxious THE
FLORI A ESS forgive them; for they know lution,, and cigarette smoling. ful effects and render symto- reviews all record releaser Is now retired! m-i.iw WAl.NWniRIITS') son-
not what they do.-St.( Other respiratory diseases mattc therapy. Other symptoms and refuses to play any thai> Waimulyhfs!! family not only and daughter are con-
Luke 23. 24.) Include wheezing, general contain the doublemeaningwords holds the linulnu the musical work of
legislative honor
T such as bronchitis, asthma; the
ASSO ) O N Do you ever And It hard In tllcosls, and chronic pul- weakness, tendence to tire easily which can be interpreted but his! brother served as state Clint fjiniiy. the Rev. and !Mrs
dizziness, and a feeling of by young people.She warned, Kilnbrou8h and their
also auditor md hit
heart to forgive IUI'one1 monary complaints are nephew by three
your however, that some radio stations children
In the chest. are now In
these same factors. tightness marring l Is Speaker of the
caused
sometimes And it hard by. '
Do you In the area do air such IlL'allJ'! liS musical' missionaries
even to forgive yourself records, and suggested that parents House I'm Tern Eugene: \: P. associated: with the Southern
Treatment for Shaw
the
E. L. MATTHEWS Edl&or."ublbbew On the Croud, Christ Jesus "Many people who are heavy directed most port "learn Uw language" so Baptist Convention.
Is toward "If It
Published each Thursday and catered M S coa4Clsss linked God to forgive thorn smokers develop) emphysema the Inflammation and relieving obstruction they can understand the messages politics, I don't hadn't know been what ourfamily for Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright:
continued moling1 that being receivedby
Matter at UM PM Office al SUrU, FtotUa who were crucifying Him ,ixl aggravates In the bronchial tubes. All are would have done," he are members of the American
disease children.
the their
accord-
for the Eternal God of Love I medicines and treatment shouldbe Security Council Washington
under Act W March 3rd Hit.Jabicripiloa quipped.
ing to the Division of Health. Some record companies attempt D.( ., and have
In trade .rea 1 yew, p.,,; OvUld. land Mercy will forxive -- mill :The disease Is about 13 timesmore given under a physician's to censor such music, leadership served as

trade area I rear, ISM lie hears even the smallest, prevalent unong cigarette supervision, the health officials while others do not, the speak THE: mi edition of Outslan- leaders tea chars IbS f
|rnyer. said ding Floridians will! be JKS5l. for t
jmohers than air\on/ non-smo- er said. ";!!f'ratlc: party In Florida.

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'the. NOTICBiU J SENIOR CITIZENS pleas altho Just before* Con- HMNLJ.lEPOIIT) I / 01 Fi.onin
ckhold_
> ftf Thu the r.Sr-"I'TIVF1: 1)FPARTMFNTTAI.I.a11A.AEP::
Oomn'unlty' state flank it I gress adjourned was passage -
:
4he/r Starke. mrk. Fl: will hold of a 11ft\< increase in S.S. Bradford County received an WHKIM'AM: "' a' *>r\nu\ ihnrl-
annual' m. thii, .t the Community W''t I W Benefits and most importantbringing mm. of rainfall for th> ..pitntf
IMnk11WJ : of 1.33 Inches of rain
:
.H.ou" of Th O>m average *.vi>rnl month hail' *'rnt'4 .*-
rriunlty IItat. Dank or &urk.. a'er minimum payments up during the week. Dec. 28 through tr.rn. drnuwht. rondlttonn. n.r-
Starke tl.Fla.. Thur 1y. January 4g t to $100 per month. Ian. 4. This, together with several ,tli'iilnrlv In ":A.lan nod r.* 1811
at ) hlorMn. Ihu. rri>atln r mnc'mv -
l.tef.1.11. As a Nation we are plagued
-, showers In the latter part flri ponilltlon on all
with many, problems war, Inflation of December, has resulted Ira 4hik. IAn".. nndWIIRIIKAM.
,"l: 'f pollution Just to namea I niimorniiii n4dtniurtrnim
News lifting of the "no burning firm In lh,<* foroMt.rnmnlanilM. .
." .. few which are pressing very ban" In this area. No woods nwftmpn. and "murk
had ,.rtnxri1. th. firm
hard all of
arm
on
us.
r fires were reported during Ute fiwMlnir ,..<'lIlt, I... tin> ,". ,'rp,\<-
Closer to home are some of past week. 'Inir .*tr.m.\ly hnnr.". c"ndilion. -
By Elizabeth (;livens Walker : \' J Yom. the qucstlons that could and .. andwHFnltAS
: : .ffrrtivn the
.. UUUUU'Uhu J ..4" should have been resolved llth of On...mliiT. I070 h.-
_o. >OOQQ( : "-I: : ,, statewide during the Kirk Ad- rim nt thrw ""n,"I In". It
1, mlnstration such as-l) Increase -- wim nrrrrmrv. for m.. to *..
RECREATION NEWS rl.r. nil burntnir. Illmrul. \I" 'tinr -
EBENEZER
4:30: 6:00 Monday through BAPTISTCHURCH In Homestead Exemptionto ..a.. from Vii.1, 1 tKiunilarv oflovr I
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible $10,000 for needy oldsters. "nTU'. '' OP. Ollrhrlnt. Suwnnni-n' I Io..tli
Thursday, Friday and I Saturday : i\ii\in TO rvnintim nod
8 to II p.m. All teenager Class Monday night at 7:30 ((2) Repeal! the California Plan lI, ".lel'Ilt i<"i'rrrot's apo' ITnmlltnn U' the ""ulI.rn, hn"ndrlkntQMl' ., -
Prayer Meeting Thursday ,NAM: .... ,.
night (protect us from unfair Insurance lllUHhorouifh.
are Invited to visit the thatCur.unnt Itt
cen- Notice ll licroby given .. .
nnrd
nnil
at 7:30.: Choir Union will be ) (3)) Amend Senior ,
rates. NI.U.III' .
ter. Parents are Invited to visit :; : I": : 1,8:5ui:: %'" ntle.! wliliti mnv rHiiHi> v
'so. held January 24, at 3 p.m. Citizens Volunteer Program to F'Iut Ida lit tntutf. I'JOS. fnrmt .rrnn. woort,. w'I i!III".....
The public Is invited. include $1.60 per hour for SenIor dcralirni1' fulluwliiR) liiumlN flilliluui to iiKMerIIu name, or murnh flri, nn'Wt fIoIU'f .o"
t.
Mr. Ronald Strong was homi Citizens Volunteers. (4)TI- 'lo-wlt: ."" ... ha" hr.n nui'lo In emr.r..lne .
GIRL SCOUTS for the holidays. ghten fire safety laws In Retirement 11. & R nuocK with, lb.Clerk t> the '' -h wrIn
PvPsv of Um On'nil Ort, In r.'t'i".h.
Meeting Is held each Tues- Mrs. Estella Tate is 111 In Newly elected members of the Executive IJoard Nursing and Boarding and for nrudfonl. (',,"nl Y. Flare Hlnli'nco' rainfall' st hA.I..ln.flm. \ unit'.-d

GIVE YOUR .. day at S p.m. at Allen chapel the Navy Hospital in Jackson- Senior Citizens: Club. for 1971!) (from left) : Pete Homes (5) Provide sanitariums Ida, for In the bn.'mna 1'11"1'0' "| under or IMIKHKIntf x01.1hnnte rxcunt trt nm<. AtfTPH Inn( ilr AME Church. Parents Invited / and mnrtp cunilltion>
are ville. Johnson, Lilly Johnson Sick Committee; Delia Speed not mental institutions ul IK N. Walnut St iiitror for burn In.'
HOME to visit. The Scouts are Greater Bethelhem Free Will ) Bun,'IIP. KlurUIn J .
THIS for senile oldsters. ((6) Licenseall NOW. TiiKurmtin: I.rtnu.lo
urged to be present. Baptist Church Rev. Jasper Receptionist; Dorothy Kerrijtan, Secretary; Ada retired doctors dentists and J. FJ. MilliKiui, .. 744 N Tom-, Tl Kirk Jr. .1... h.r..
Hoist. Carl Hoist House Chairman Dill Ave HI"'Ic" Kin. rrnnch- Arrtnt" that the ."" rmnynriwlntn
Richards by
Williams pastor. Choir No. I ; Pen .
other professionals 65 years hnld.rDnt i .IJon tiy ni" nn.mb. np.--
GPMTEST 1ELL CHAPTER 168 rehearsal Monday night. Choir Vice President; Emma !Morton Treasurer; Joe Ker and over whom we desperatelyneed. ,-d thin 17th. Any nt--ink. r>oe- .. ..r 11. "",. l I.. n" lnn....r
AP I I'70' lit : *
Dell Chapter 168 will hold No. 3 and Ushers Board No. 2 rigan/ (in Santa suit), President. ((7) TAXIS Inflation Is mhi-r l&radford, CUIIIIY."rhl"! \ In what.rrer'Io.III..t In,, ,tli* I1r..I L team'vv :11.the:
.t'. regular meeting Thurs- will meet. Wednesday night creating a severe hardship for 1 1U-17 day night, Jan. 7, at 8 p.m. prayer meeting. Thursday the First of all, I wish to thank Every member of our club Retirees on fixed Incomes. ton. rmintl: nod, ,ffmith t? ;tnMoutlu'rn .

All members are asked to be ladles Circle will meet at the the members ofourSenior Citizen responded I to our Christmas If new taxes are needed, close .. : .... Hilleh"r.b.l bimnilnrv P"ll,.of rifi"lln".". r .1''A.Ati4 ..
present, business of impor- church. Also the Prayer Band Club who caught me off enterprise of giving each patIent all loopholes and eliminate the lndsPlr.1'Aral./t Or F'Imrlde. !. MriMnrH fount !I... and l h.
the big- In our local nursing homea And For l....It"ril ('ountrtl Minority "..I li-i1 In mi- l hy
tance. will I Can balance, by giving me .
meet Friday. Circle freeloaders who are not paying .ll .*r
  • . en.. If. *TI. <-lutt r Con flat 1 1'lorlilnMHJ' -
    will sell in the kitchen gest surprise of my life. I pair of wash cloth slippers, their share of taxes It Is very Mnrli'fiiXilfvin. A1ll.nn. t.., ("i* ri"'lnit I Hi" Pr'> I !"" .-
    All you need Is a gallon MEMORIAL SERVICESA Saturday. Sunday is Youth Day. was given one of the latest hand made, which were deliv- unfair to increase the sales Plnlntltt.va. Arthur', Irving tli>n for tin '''"1111'0' nfirinl

    jug and a watch. Turn on Memorial Service In hone Sunday School at 9:30.: Morn Instamatic cameras, flashbulbs ered by Pete and Lilly(] John- tax, tourist tax or a gas tax. Aililliion(III.,..... nt Ir ..f.11-> -nilnnl%.. PrnnrrtrTil. V Ft'I\TIIF.nMnnr.aho\i. And' I ..."' .
    two faucets full open and or of the late Dr. Martin Lu- ing service at 4. League 6 p.m. films carrying case anda son, members of our Sick Com Senior Citizens have great : Arthur Irving Addla"n, tu.n4thl .. rill..'.. nt Ihr. Still5,,
    fill the jug with water from her King Jr. will be held FrI- Women Home Mission Deacon beautiful Christmas card. mittee. J" of Florida and, !'h.' nrn mi-ill
    voting power In Florida. It Is Vou nor hrrfhv nntlflcil that for thlr pitinrrTtlimpr And .t-
    only one faucet. See how jay night, Jan. IS: at New Bethel McCutchen will be the speaker. During our gift exchange game We have had a good and productive time that we used It. We don't .T. ni-tlon for plMino IInA. Dreg. ." "inv' nl,t.ri i i tl"nlnw '" th.
    .
    long it takes to fill, and in dramatic year in 1970. We arc, flli-il, nitulnut VIMI i n..1.. vnu are> enforci'iii'( t'fflth "" .rrr
    Baptist Church at 8 p.m. tills was done such a
    We have or .. -
    In
    support partv. .
    Minin-fl
    any T iulrci1 to ncrM noi>v lr i rr..r nnd n
    then figure how many gal The public Is invited to at- NEW BETHEL BAPTIST way that I got a lumj proud of the attendance of out come to the time In life where your written '''tAnlntlfr I'alt".."V ."r.\. \Infx. I Itlfl Hi..itill..
    lon jugs could be filled In tend. Rev. W.D. Dennis Is the Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. in my throat and found it difficult members' and others at the the issues are most important.We 10 It. ivhiiBf in tin-mama and' nniln".rirtey. *- 'MF.INMTVTSB At.) wiirnror T

    one minute. speaker. Board meeting will be held to talk for a moment or meeting last Sept. 8, at the CIvil will certainly approach our 1. n.nrltl' n pion.r. :n,-:05 bare hi-nunli* ii,'t Inv hand
    I p.m.Saturday. Business meet- two. All in all, we had a great Defense BIdg.with members new Governor and legislatureduring N Ti-mi'lo AM I .,
    of Die, t S319I. anil fill1I> otlirlnjil thi> SIaIP if Florida !
    State Comm. < *
    The minimum flow shouldbe Ing will be held at 7 p.m. party and a good time with 42 on Aging to this term In office and with in" dirk of' tin1 .iilmventlril flti'O. .1 Tull..ltnth.. <- ClOp.
    three gallons per min *. ,,ye. (" ...;;; C.nrf; or The Saturday. Sunday School at 9:30.: members present. put forward a program to be Included learn what they say in reply to rourt "n nr .h.t..r.' I 1..1/.. ItAI.) thin II ila>' ...I f Di A.
    It ....k JndlrlHl/ (Ircult. Of in .th..r"'I. .<\ ''7nnixiiilt'
    the White !louse Conference 1. 1971 11. t'
    ute. Five or six G.P.M. Is Pl:flda, !.. And For D.....lforCfli Morning service at 11. Coven- Happy Birthdays were sung to our needs and demands for a "rusty......m.nl miiv lin, i-nt inns, n Kirk Oovirnor
    much better. For full home ; ...". (.... N. IMtl. ant meeting at 3 p.m. Evening Elsie Stein, Perle Thurston, on Aging, Nov. 1971. better life for the elderly In B nlndt. you for tinn"Hi f n"mnndeit ArrFMr:
    Willie| Hamm. Plaintiff.v 7 Hazel Richards, and Lucy Tuc- We are also proud of the fact In the eotnplalnl l .r Tom Adam... f Pcorftnry of Slit'"
    water power see us abouta Ollle I'eiirl! Mnnim. rinfrndaat.ffoTICR service. p.m. this State. BltltlnnWlinvim, .
    ; OF SUIT ker. We missed Flossie and that all of our members signed nod lni
    new Goulds pump Best Wishes to all for a mv hnnrl
    TOOlll; Pi-iirl Hamm \LLEN! CHAPEL AME Everett Prescott and Vernon letters and petitions to slur K'AI'of wild" Court on Dortni- '
    and New
    Healthy
    Year
    Happy IT
    DON'T II tVE:
    tin known ,. \\r.
    .AfetrDnn
    < 1910
    with Dependability. National and State, her n.
    Tau are. hereby notified that Rev. C.E. Jenkins pastor. and Eloise Olin very much, who legislators You can start this year right fsrat.rInman! we'll !cot It for you. Office
    lit freilon" for divorce han bo<.n ilorning service at 11. Sunday were unable to attend because of about the problems affecting by coming to our next Meeting. D Ajralnnt and you are "ml t f .irtP Seppllci Fur'Ihire, Equlp-:
    'lldd I you A. 'i-lirk uf
    will be and We received -
    aqulrad'to .PTV a copy of ichool, 10 a.m. Evening ser- illness. We hope they the elderly poor. Jan .12 at 1 p.m. !Luton) M Vr,' rtv nw-t I. Bradford County
    our "written lefinRew.< If any vice, 6 p.m. The youth wille well soon and enjoy good health nine letters In return, Joe Kerrigan A. Deputy rl rl
    DURRAHCE o It 'on Ku.eno P Shaw Atjorne for the 1971. but little or no action to our 1.7 It, 1.11 Trlccrnnli! .
    y for Plaintiff* vhoi.. Ad. In charge of song services.vnTTCP year
    I "'.... !I. II! W.." Cnll !StrA.t
    Pump & Supply PO Box: inK. Stark. Florida, -
    lad fit. the orlKlnal.. with the.
    341 N. 961.7061 I..rlc t. of the abcivrxtvltd Court orVKIIIXS AV'Irt1.
    TEMPLE '
    .n or ti>ror# Februarv. 10. OP MKMIIBIMM : : F000 FAIR
    :
    :
    Hi: otherwliif) a judgmentnay FiMleral I f Firm
    OUr\\ SERVICE IS CERTAIN b>t, entereil avnlnnf' ;von ...l.n- AHmu liitliin ft Htarke.llnrKc. .
    or the relief demanded In the Florliln f Salil m.Hlnij Y.IAIu
    :lofnplalnt.WtinanA': the (.111.hr held n> the office of
    and
    nand
    my 35Ti Went Mud'
    .>lot "*I4 Court on 11 day hinnroilnllon Street nt two o'c-lock, In ,s. CHOICE
    >f Tecember. 1170. hr.xon aftirnnon. \\.dnuday..
    (SEAL) .Anunry 20. 1971Jnnunrv.
    OUR SERVICE IS CERTAIN Inman D QreanA 6. 1971
    of
    Ralil Courtly
    .CI rlt rr
    Ttllly Juhnu.
    Vlriclnla F. Darby. .cltrl It
    Deputy? Clerk 1-7 4t T-ZI

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    IMPORTANT NOTICE;




    To Tax Payers And Property Owners




    According to Sec. 7, Article 4, of the Florida Consti-

    tution every person who has been receiving homestead e rs

    exemption and those expecting to receive it for the first

    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 :


    a


    REAL ESTATEYour



    Land plus IMPROVEMENTS CHUCK (ROUND BONELESS FULL CUT ) (GROUND




    AGRICULTURAL ZONING APPLICATIONIn I ROAST"...'.".:: 1 SHOULDER eoNELESI OR s STEAKLB I I TENDER LEAN BEEF j




    accordance with Chapter 193.201 of the Florida TO,SAVIU'lit 214 IB L'. 48 c,: Im Fn/tn./ L 98i -t LOVER lOW lYERYOA1 PRICIIVEnDAY. ? 48t

    Statutes an application for Agricultural assessmentmust La L8

    be filed on all lands being used for a bona fide


    farming operation to be eligible for the agricultural assessment Pantry SEALED IN PLIOFILM COMPARE : ':':. : ", :' f\ .


    Pride FOR FRESHNESSI. Salt -. IL" 9' 13" 4c J ;,,'li'sfg'/ /' -t. .1"'IlfANCY;: GOLDEN RIPE

    Bryne Crystal Salt $187 S259 721 I

    PERSONAL PROPERTYStocks I COFFEE I Cake Mixes$1:: : ,: : / SI16 16C' B ANANAS

    Danish.Co-Rounds ", or::; 37c 29e 2c j\\' ,

    of Merchandise, [ 1IAf'' 59 Toaster Pastries .":'nr" :o.' .. 3/$1/ 6129 I 29e Itfr It\\ ,,
    .lB 9
    Equipment and Furnishings, ,iawrAlcrs BAG Toaster! Swirl Pastries :"or. :,0: 38 411 3- -'. f' (

    Machinery, Livestock Pantry Pride Flour 37c 391 2c'f..

    Fyne Bake Shortening .. (0, 59' 69. tat
    Tractors, Farm Equipment, _

    KING SIZE Sioux Bee Honey .. ". 25' 27c 2. U.S. NO. 1WHITE

    Anacin Tablets a' 2/$1/ S\.I8 18e

    INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTYThis FA B Alka-Seltzer fl. 2/$1/ SUS Sat

    Town Talk Syrup .1t... 49c S9t let POT A TOES

    includes: Bank Deposits, Cashier's and Certified 110 mm*nice am I Waffle Syrup ::':,.,?,., .: 39c 4Jc 4c

    Checks, bills of exchange, drafts and money placed with ONLY 99 C Aspirin 'a' 19c 38t 1ge a 10 C

    savings, building and loan associations. L ) Northern Facial Tissue .- to.. 2f29c2/3SC( 6c LB BAG 4 5

    All stocks, or shares of incorporated or unincorpor ated _._ ____ Paper Towels ::.':;: ,' 4/$1/ SI 4S Oar

    Kleenex Print Towels c.... '0..' ]'$1 SI 17 11e
    : .
    companies, all bonds except bonds of the United States CANNON I DISHCLOTHS "U "U'POU "NO o.ooKINa: t''

    Government and its agencies and all notes accounts .,. I.. BATH I I Viva Towels "'"' ,:. ': .::"O" 3/$1/ SI 17 11e APPLES 4 laa 45

    .
    and bills receivable real and personal .u. Boutique Napkins vAl : 39' 4ft 2c .aNCfU.NOI
    mortgages on TOWELS : PACKAGEOFIO
    F Bath Tissue .0 c .:., 29'' 3Jc 4( SWEET CORN .u6
    property situated outside of Florida, annuities, etc. (

    EACH 99 :I ONLY C 7 oz. Cold Drink Cups' )79: 89c tOt fRESH FIRM HEADS

    All of the above will be mailed out by January 1st and O CABBAGEivnrMr u6tI
    White 9in. 69
    : Paper Plates : 79e l Oe A

    should be returned to the Assessor's Office on or before

    April 1st to avoid any penalty.


    Again, I solicit and encourage your continued cooperation r :

    in handling all of these tax matters. If we can be of f ts.i L' ? Lm


    any assistance, please feel welcome to call on us.



    low run 11 iviirur iw nit 11 f mmtr uw run i f mvw itwnttifl innitr tern mruWmirMr urn maiW rmnar imr mail mir r ww men

    Sincerely,



    GENE LONGTax PEAS PEAS FRIES MOU1NWASH


    Assessor 99< !I!


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    Services Held Willie E. Griffis

    Jacksonville For L. B. Harper Services Held
    t
    Of DelandLuther At Evergreen 3 t.

    t i tCONGREGATIUNAL

    BusinessDirectory B. Harper, 56, of De- Willie E. Grtffls, 85, of Law-
    land died In a hospital thereon toy, died Wednesday Dec. 30,
    Tuesday, Dec. 29. He was In a Starke hospital. lie was
    born In Sanford on Sept. 13, born on Feb. 3, 1885 In Bradford -
    1914 and had lived In Deland County; and was a retired

    over seven years, moving there fanner. HOLINESS
    from Starke. lie was a Baptist Surviving are three daugh- CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
    Auto Sales and Service and was employed is ar ters, Mrs. D.A. Grlffls. Mrs. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Sunday Schoo', 9:45a.m.MornIng .
    CHURCH OF CHRIST
    operator In a dry cleaning es J.D. Bradley, and Mrs. Leslie Morning Worship 11 Youth 301 North, behind Tas- BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship ::1 i a.m. Youth
    Parrish Motors tablishment. Prevatt, all of Lawtey; two Service 8 p.m.Evening a.m.Worship tea Freez Drive In, Sunday Sunday: Bible Study Communion 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.: Mornig -. Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice :-
    Surviving is his wife, Doro sons, Loyd Grlffis, Lawtey;and 7 p.m. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Morning Worship and Worship U a.m.; Evening' Wednesday 8 p.m.
    thy R. Harper, Deland; three Sgt. W.I1. Grlffls. serving in 'Thursday night Prayer Meet- vice, II a.m. and 3 P.m. Prayer Service, 11 a.m. Evening services I orshlp, 7:30 p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch
    SALES' sons Ray Harper, Fort Lau- Seale, Ala, with the U.S. Army; Ing 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- 6.Wednesday. teeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday. CHuRCHHighway
    derdale; William V. Harper, nine grandchildren and six I Worship service Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor. GRACE BAPTIST
    SERVICE Li* P'hstortSMYRNA
    PARTS Sanford; and Eugene Harper, greatgrandchildren.Funeral Ivy lay.Leroy Olive pastor, FL.Griffls 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. -100 A, Starke (Grlffls -

    Deland; four daughters, Mrs. services were held associate pastor. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Loop).
    Blllle limes Athens Ga.; Mrs. at 2 p.m. Sunday at the grave- MISSIONARY Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morning'
    Alwa1 Good 1 Vurd CUll Faye Wilklson. Miss Vonda side in Evergreen Cemeterynear BAPTIST CHURCH DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH UA5JE10KJCHEISTIAN.: : CHURCH"" School 11' a.m., Morning Wor- Worship at 11. Training Union.
    ,21 Laura St. Ph. 358-585\ Harper, and Miss Christine Ralford with Rev. George; 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- BROOKER Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ship 6 p.m. Training Union 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.:
    Harper, all of Starke: three Chtsm, of the Olustee Baptist vices: Sunday School, I 10() a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening 7 p.m. Evening Worship.Wednesday7:30 Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday -
    brothers, Clarence, L.H., and Church, officiating.: Arrangements Union Preaching, II a.m. Training ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 'Worship, -James Shaw, pastor : Prayer Ser- 7:30.Rev.: Don R.
    ELECTRIC MOTORS Willie Harper, all of Starke; were In charge of Brink- ,7 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- Drawdy, Pastor_
    Everyone vices.Rev.
    p.m. welcome.
    one sister, Mrs.Louise Varnes, ley Funeral Home, Macclenny. Eldfcr. A.G. Flvnn, pastor Rev. Lacy Conway pastor.. Bob Cooper, Pastor KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
    PEAVY Brother. Fort Lauderdale, and eight Sunday School 9:30; Training
    grandchildren. CHURCH OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD BROOKER BAPTIST CIIURCf Warship
    Union 10:15: ajn.j Morning -
    CHURCH}
    Electric Co., Funeral services were held OF PROPHECY, BROOKER 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
    at II a.m. Friday In the DeWItt. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning .unday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Jim Temple pastor oun- Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; 7:30 Prayer Meeting 7:30
    : p.m.
    ;
    Electric Motors C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Don CHRISTIANDIMENSION Worship, 11 a.m.Young People's Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
    Denton officiating. In termenl Y.W. Kind, pastor. Superintendent. Training ning Worship, 7p.m.; Wed. Prayer rt West.
    Sold Serviced Repaired Service 6 p.m. Evange- -Rev. Pastor, Rev. Roh
    was In New lUver! Cemetery. listic Service, 7 Wednes- Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas Meeting and Bible Study, 7p.m.
    Generators Starters Armature p.m.
    ) Bonk of Psalms
    Director. Study on
    Worship Services,'
    7:30 NEW RIVER BAPTIST
    Rewinding day Prayer Meeting, : p.m.
    4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 GOSPEL SING "KEEP YOUR FOOTING"This Come and worship with us. GRAHAM BAPTIST CIIURCII music 11 a.m. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw G.F. "Prevatt, pastor everyone: Sunday School, 10 a.m..Mom-
    -Rev. Harris director Welcome. Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
    Bobby pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
    Gospel Sing will be held Sat- Is a word of stamina, Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Jnlon, 7 p.m. Evening WorshipS
    PIANOS urday night, January 9, 1971 at Hev. Fred Johns p.m. Wednesday night service
    staying power, the capacity to J pastor
    Pleasant Hope New Congregation GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 Everyone welcome.
    p.m.
    YAMAHA PIANOS Methodist Church, three stand up to life.difficult It Is becom-these WILL BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School -L.L. Parker, pastor.
    CONN and KIMBALL: miles north of Starke, Fla. on ing ever more Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, 10:45:
    OIWitNSKJuHAI.l. Highway 301. The Scoggin family days maintain Just to keep balance your footingto and-to* Cor: Ash & Chestnut. Sunday EVERGREEN BAPTIST Ing WorshIp 11. Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
    will be the singers. Everyone your without losing School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship Highway 125, Northwestof Law- 6:30: p.m. Evening Service 7:30.: Youth Croup Meeting,Sunday 6:30 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
    welcome. go steadfastly and on without being 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service, tey, Sunday School, loam Morning Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: P.m. ing Worship, 11. Training Union,
    your swept nerve off your feet. Needless to 6 p.m..Rev.. Jasper Wimama Worship 11:15.: Sunday Night -Rev. L, Tommy Howepastor -J.C. Brown minister 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.:

    say, this thing of keeping your pastor. Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
    Gospel Singing footing Is all-Important; It Is Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m.Rev CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF

    preferred business, for everything FIRST UNITED METHODIST Albert Knight, pastor. LATTER DAY SAINTS HOPJJ ]3APTET.CHURCII PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
    Set At Pine Hill depends upon it. You can'tgo STARKE 1404 E. Bessent Road (Highway 100 at Theressa) Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mom
    on to achieve any of the Sunday School, 9:45 LAURA BAPTIST CHURCn] SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. 11 Pre-
    : ; Morning Sunday School 10 a.ml:, Morn- Ing Worship, a.m.
    Saturday NightThere things that you have set for Worship II; Junior and Senior Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra- Ing Worship- a.m.; Training Services (Booster Band Young
    yourself unless you can keep MYF groups, 6 p.m. Morning Worship, 11 a/n.; Eve- ment, 6 p.m. Union6:30: p.m.; Evening.Worship People, and Prayer Service), 6
    "SIV1NER"(111CANS will be gospel singat
    a your feet on the ground. 7:30 Mid- Mia 7:30
    WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal ning Worship pan.; Monday- p.m. 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.
    : p.m.WedneSdlY
    ; /; Pine 11111 Methodist Church, God helps us to keep our footIng week Bible 4:30
    7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Study, Wednesday, TuesdayPrimary p.m. Night Prayer Ser- Midweek Services Wednesday.
    KnoM-vrlt ;\JaIl-3118-11. 2-1/2 miles west of Starke on In like this becausehe
    days 7:30 Chancbl Choir Rehearsal 7:30: p.m. WednesdayRelief Society John
    ; vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 7:30 p.m. Rev. Strickland
    West Brownlee Road Saturday
    can reinforce ones Inner 7:45.: Be In church Sunday. 7:30: p.m. Packham Pastor
    WESTEItN" STOKE Ian. 9, at 7:30 p.m. life, give one strength through Rev. W. B. Mercer, pastor Jesse D. Branson, Branch pastor
    Special singers will performand association with lives of -DeWitt T, Farabe.. J* 'resident.
    refreshments sold for strength and purpose and pro- ...... ..
    --- -- eSae Y S- a- -- -- -- -- ----- --- -
    LITTLE DUDE building of Sunday School vide one with guidance from LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL r- ., .
    rooms. Ills church and Holy Word. A {
    great tribute was given Job of HOLINESS CHURCH I f
    Western Store the Old Testament by WallaceM. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Mor- II
    'Alston. "It Is true that ning Worship 11 a.m.; Youth I t
    Western Clothing! Leatnri- GLOVER Job's friends said some very Service 6 p.m.; Evening Worship -

    (food*. addle. and Trailers ELECTRIC foolish things at the time when 7 p.m.'l'uesday. little BIG I
    Charles A Sharon Potty the great man met his misfortune Prayer Meeting 7:30: a :

    got Ellphaz made one
    S. 584-1210
    EdCftvood p.m.Rev.
    Complete Repair 1 1II
    W.B. Chauncey, pastor.
    ServiceWIRINGHEATING statement, however, that makes :
    us willing to forgive a great i
    A SURVEY SHOWS that deal of the rest. He paid an NORTIISIDE BAPTIST
    Americans worry more about unforgettable tribute when he CHURCH II NOW :
    pollution than about crime AIR CONDITIONING; said: "Your words have kept Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; t
    Its not so bad heing 'mncj.fl: 21 HOURS men on their feet." (Job 4:4): Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- +
    If it s in a nice, rl \
    when he said that. Job had Union, 7:30.: I ,
    lived in the community for a ThursdayTeachers and Officers thrill out of M'fiiw
    long time and his neighborshad Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer I ,
    our children( put> on "
    Meeting 7:30.Edward |
    ; STORM DOORS learned to look to him for :
    4a4 l0WI, OWl LOW CO IS1, courage sanity, and wise coun C. Harvey, pastor I our hat.- or ,hues. ,
    ENCLOSURES sel. They had found perspective ( '
    PORCH I Obviously th.don't fit + :
    ,
    STORM WINDOWS, in his presence, heightened faith ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
    .- In his friendship, and encouragement CHURCH, STARKE l now, but sonic .day he, I i
    .::::x.. U;; In his words." Eucharist 1st and 3n
    2 'r:,! ..,.jjF/HTM' ONI OP- Do all within your power to Sundays Holy 11 a.m. Morning Pray t 1/1'/! she \\villjfro\\ tit ,

    t[r: . : A \ that God will help you '-John M. Flynn Rector. I I
    ****, \' as Psalms 18:33 says, "lie imagine! that they are trying,

    t."X; ; 1.w MATERIALS maketh my feet like hind's on our live Would\ they tit? "f/'ffi)' '' n,.. ,
    :J' -... feet." PINEIIILL CONGREGATIONAL ._
    I (I'' 71 IFIIXIBLI, SHATTI'RFROOFMADE BETTER LAST IONOJRE J.C. Brown, Jr. Minister METHODIST CHURCH I 0do you the the type! ,

    _,".":".i! -----d .PJust Cut"t a' First Christian Church Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- I of life that you would\ want them ". g ,
    I 'II j andTackOnDERS Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- .' .;
    -.11. "!;.,A" U" ..... vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, I to jirow to. Live a life of ,.( J'" I
    /.- .... 7:30: p.m. Tuesday night Prayer I
    MADISON STREET worship ,of the Lord. ,' ,,jI 1 L1i
    '
    16t1Y .
    BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting, 7:30: p.m.

    CSI' Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Rev. Neal Starling, pastor i Thou" "a .iItf'1I'// ing the pnth : ( a sh j

    o Worship 6:15: ; James at 11 Robison; Training Crusade Union,, AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH of life in ''''I1I'I/'Ill'e i i / fulnettx '

    Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning -
    7:30.: 1"f i/1/; flll"1// !lIII 'liniiil" / there
    MondayYouth Choir Prac- Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening
    W&HAVETSTARKE GENUINE tice, 7 p.m. Worship 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer row, ,Je"It'II''I'I'11II1'e.' ."
    ,
    I II II' j
    TuesdayMission Friends, Meeting and Bible Study,
    Girls In Action, Acteens, 3:30 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng I 6 ,
    IUILI SUPPLYPhcn. p.m. RA, 6 p.m. every Monday, 7 p.m. j
    WednesdayPrayer Meeting, G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone 1 1I :

    215 E. Washington St. 964-5270 7:30; Church Choir Practice, Welcome.
    Stark, Flo. Deacons Meeting, 8:30.: ,
    -Denton Sumrall, Pastor the(liunll, I li Cod i tppomud.,..., In (Mi mild loc ipnoding, 'Iht Inunltdgi of Hit'Ion ;::hE1NI \ \ T1ftI.
    ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLICCHURCH I I I.,man and of Nil demand 'lot mart,lo rapondI.' Ihol lore by naps hil nttghbor Without,' '
    - -- - -- - STARKE 'the grounding, ,in iht Ian el' Gad at ....'.10..' or tamp' Of .oy ol Ml mil longptnt'tit f:: ; f fI
    Father James Cregan, pastor. and.. !Hit "liMdomt.l>'n.i hold' u dm will, !no.!'lobly p.riih, Iti non.( .... :. :
    Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday I from p lilliin" poinl' of Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, ol, himMll, and hit 'family,' Ityond foot, ......". nap ptrtofl ,hov''" uphold ond pan p'
    7 p.m. I tiopolo' 'in *. Chuiih o"ault II l.lli Iht nab" about' wont lilt' dtotk ond dtilmy" the !
    Confessions Saturday, 6 'Hum, whuh, olont mil, MI' him 'bpi ,lo Hit ot I child! ol I Cod <.I11'1' '
    I .. ,
    C.I.Nt.1 A4 '
    p.m.School .. IiI
    of Religion: '
    Grade School-- Sunday, 11 _-I
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    XOPBFOSINOREFUBX a.m. to 12 noon.
    High School-- Wednesday 7 /.fem.

    to 8 p.m. J
    STARKE 66"SERVICE

    ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC FLORIDA
    t11 J
    CHURCH, MACCLENNY '
    Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy 4S 8' lfa. :4..C; \p EST Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
    Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. : l

    ONTROL Tire Tru-ing
    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
    STARKE, FLA.Opportunities :--' Headlight Adjusting '!
    ate" to.
    for Service: Brake Service f-

    I Carl Hurst Phone 961.6111 I
    Sunday Brotllerhood Meeting Wheel! Balance I and \
    and Breakfast, 7:30: a.m.; Sun
    I Fla.
    539!) E. Call St. Starke Alignment
    Worship
    day School, 9:45: ; Morning -
    Service 11 o'clock. Ser- 24-HR. WRbLKER: SERVICE Phone 961-5745 for FREE
    But with every deposit In mon: "The Lord's Supper As a PROMPT ROAD SERVICE

    a Savings Account, Memorial", Evening Worship, Hiway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimates All Minor Repairs
    you'll get a 7:30: p.m. FINAL: SERVICE OF 410 S. Temple Starke
    11 '" 11 handsome return. JAMES ROBINSON CRUSADEAT 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
    214 Your dollars will be HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

    3( U vault-safe, Insured ,
    N> and earning Monday Deacons Meetingand .
    r'al4f generous Interest Youth Choir Practice, 7:00: STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS BRADFORD
    too. p.m. LOTTIE MOON GROUP,

    7:30: SUPPLIES {Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO.
    Tuesday Helen Masters Grocery ;
    Group Meeting, 9:30: a.m.; Ida
    Darby Group, at the home of Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Your
    Mrs. Lola Johnson; Lorena Ep I
    person Group, at the home of Complete Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL Title Problems
    Mrs. S.L. Peek, ST., 3:00
    : p.m.
    FLORIDAMember 1 Junior Choir; Girls In Action, and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards AbstractsU.

    3:30 p.m.; Primary Choir, Girlsin S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
    Action; 4:15: p.m.; Brownlee "Check With Us First"
    Group at the home of Mrs.W.A. PIIONE 964-5312 158 W. Call Ph. !'(i-M5SS1; I
    AT I STARKE Hogan; Ethel Biggs Group at 219 Washington St. 964-5270
    the home of Mrs. James Ekard,
    7:30 p.m.

    Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Wednesday -- Family Night CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
    6:00
    Supper, : p.m.; Prayer

    One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Meeting R.A. Meeting Business, Meetingand 6:30 p.m.) ; Owned By Those We Serve! In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Kite Hotter

    Teachers and Officers 7:15: ; EWtrlcally"-Keystone Heights. -Phone 473-4911
    Church Choir Practice, 8:15.:
    W.A. Hogan Pastor

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    I r Maj. A. B. Watson '


    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I MELROSE ] Awarded Bronze % c : I -



    Star And Medal! I k 4

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    | Keystone HilitesLBy / F: News NotesBy Air ,, '_
    I SELMA, Ala. --U. S. 'w_
    GLORIA REDFEAKTV I Force Doctor (Major) Alfred B. Al4

    Call) 473-3288 or 473-1182 Helen Egan Watson Jr. of Keystone
    Heights, has received the
    Bronze Star and Air Medal for
    IIERE N' THERE Stephan and Mickey Brokas MASONIC< LODGE under the newly installed officers action while assigned at Tuy
    Mr. and Mrs. E.F. AIken were home from college for the WInton C. Keeth. Worshipful will be held at the Lions Boa AB Vietnam.
    have returned from Naples holidays visiting with their family Matter-elect will be installedon Club on January 14 at 12:30: Dr. 1 Watson, son of Mr. and
    where they visited Mrs. AI. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bro January 9, at an Open Installation p.m. President-elect Mrs. Mrs. Alfred B. Watson Sr.,
    ken's sister and brother-in- kas. Stephan attends the Uni- Service for relatives Marlon Houston) Driscoll will West Lakevlew Drive,Keystone
    law Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Men- versity of West Florida and and invited friends of Melrose preside and announce her Com- Heights I t was presented the
    zen. Also visiting them from Mickey attends the University Masonic Lodge. Installing officer mittee officers. As this is a Bronze Star Medal for meri-
    Keystone were Mr. and Mrs. of Tennessee at Chattanooga. will be Past Master Jen- covered dish luncheon the same torious service during military
    Robert Menzen and their chil! Former Keystoners, Mr. and nings Murrhee Master Keeth rules will be continued, and operations against Viet Cong
    dren. Mrs. Ernest Widegren have succeeds A.P. Ilallman Past visitors are cordially invited. forces He was cited for his
    Everyone was happy to see been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Master for 1970.COMMUNITY Members must provide their performance as dlrectorof base
    former Keystoners, Col. and "Whitey" Haynes at their homeon own covered dish and a ser medical services.The /
    Mrs. David Nelson, and Mr. Lake Geneva. CHURCH vice utensil for same also doctor's Air Medals he F' d dJ'
    Nelson's sister at the Com- Dividing their time duringthe Holy Communion will be cel- the beverage of their choice. now holds four, were for out- '
    munity Church on Sunday. They holidays with their grand- ebrated on Sunday, Jan. 10, Annual dues of $1 are collectable standing airmanship and cour- % I
    visited with the Charles Smiths children were Mr. and Mrs. at the regular Morning Wor- at this time. Every mem- age on successful and Important \
    for the afternoon. J.D. Henderson. They traveledto ship Service at 11 a.m. At that ber is urged to bring a guest missions completed under hazardous -
    Miss Carol Stephenson was Miami where they visited time the youth who have attended who might Join in the sociability conditions.
    home for the holidays from their and her Pastor McCord's New of others of their own He was honored at Craig
    daughter family
    Tamp. While here she and Dr. and Mrs. Charlie Wilhelm. Creation Class and become peers. AFB, Ala., where he now serves !- \
    her mother, Mrs. Les Stephenson and in Jacksonville with Mr. members of the Church will as an aerospace medicine phy-
    took a trip to North Caro- and Mrs. Gifford Grange and take their first Communion.At PERSONALSThe sician at the USAF Dispensary.Dr. -
    lina. their the close of the Servicean holidays are the time of Watson received his B.A.
    John children.Jett who attends schoolin Annual Congregational MeetIng remembering and so greetingshave degree In 1959 from Emory SHERIFF JENNINGS MURIUIEE (left) Is inspecting the newly

    Lake Wales, was home for will be held, at which time been received from former University, Atlanta and his purchased video tape recorder camera operated by Deputy) R Harveyfor
    Mr. and Mrs. Richard Abels the holidays with his mother printed agenda reports will be Keystoners who wish to M. D. degree In 19tH from the the Clay County Sheriff's Department Operating: the same as instant
    and their three children have made election of officers for
    be remembered to their MedlcalSchool.He
    and home many University's of football television the can be used
    brother at their on re-plays games on portable camera
    returned from Texas where they the fiscal year will take place. friends here. Mrs. (Harry Lloydnow holds a master's degree in
    visited Mr. Abels' parents for Little Lake Keystone Youth Fellowship meets each lives in Winter Park public health from the UniversIty to film stake-outs, crime areas, line ups, confessions and persons
    the holidays. Upon their return Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scripture Sunday at 7 p.m. who was a former neighbor of California at Berkely and arrested while intoxicated so that they can see themselves in their

    they moved into their newhomeon have had many houseguestsover Included Bible Study Group meets each of the Roy Bridges in Lake Is a member of Sigma Chi. actions and speech when they were arrested.
    the
    holidays. They -
    Lake Geneva. their Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Geneva; Mr. and Mrs. Kern The doctor's wife, Barbara ,
    and her hus-
    Mr. and Mrs. A. Arthur Ketch band Rev.daughter and Mrs. Edmund The Church Women's Board Heed are now assisting Gordon Is the daughter of Colonel and : :':'':':-' :'=:::::C::=:::::*::::*:;::*:;:::::: :;::::::;:::;::::::::::;:;::::::::::::;::;:;::::::::::: ::';':':':':':':';':':':':':':':':.:?
    ,
    are now living in the Wiggins of Executive Committee met on Purday former manager of Mrs. James A. Evans, Jr., of F-
    home on Lake Geneva formerly Perkins his wife, and, Mr.their and Mrs.grandsonand Milton Dec. 28 with Mrs. Barry Wy- Park-O-Palms and now owner Savannah Georgia.Garden MELROSEBy Driver Re-Testing Program1\|\ I
    occupied by the Welmers. man president, presiding. Due of Camp-O-Woods In Speculator
    Perkins the BaseIn
    of Naval
    The Welmers have purchasedthe Pensacola. Also Rev. and to several officers being out N.Y.; (They are planning Joyce Rowe Now Under Way In Florida
    house and have movedin. of and number
    Strong Mrs. Frank Smith and their town a regrettably an April visit to Keystone and ClubChristmas
    on the sick list, sugges- area). Mr. and Mrs. Reed Mar- '1' r I
    children of and Mr.
    i Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sutton vis- and Mrs. Robert Minneola Davison and tive programs and dates were tin now live In Interlachen Party Hope you all had a very mer- A total of 150,403 persons Starke is located on I ,". 301
    ited with his parents, Mr. and children of Akron Ohio. made to be submitted to the Mr and Mrs. Charles Wallen- ry Christmas and are looking wIll' renew their I Florida dri- just north of the I alrgrou i"',.
    ,
    Mrs. Harold Sutton, for the Mr. and Mrs. Leory Over- membership at the General lus are now making their home Held Dec. 29 forward to the best year ever. ver's licenses this month and Officials are striving tomp'-e
    holidays. Lee and hi s wife Christmas in Hol- Meeting on January 4 at 7:30: ( in Southwest Ha, Mrs. Harlow We enjoyed a week's visitin 102.124 of these will be reexamined the rc-cxamfnation rs convenIent -
    live In Pensacola where he attends moyer lywood spent Fla. with their daughter o'clock. The only one for Jan Fuller, now resides with Members of the Garden Club Oklahoma with numerous relatives In loridi's! new retesting as possible for drivers,
    the University of West and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. uary which is reported now, a brother in Ballston Spa, N.Y. of the Lakes met at the home there. For those of you program.Drivera who arc urged to get read
    Florida. others to follow next week, She planned to spend the holidays of Mrs. Florence Harris for who remember my mother for the test before coming In
    Owens.
    Rudolph is the first Family Dinner of with her son, Richard a Christmas party on Dec. 29. Mrs. Grant Rothhammer, she to take It. The)' are advisedto
    the New Year. Tentative date and family in Syracuse and Co-hostesses were Mrs. C.E is doing very well. She Is en- renewing their licen- study the I lorldalirlver's
    Wednesday, Jan. 27, at 6:30. then fly out to her daughterand Mitchell, Mrs. Ira Raye, ant Joying good health and Is In ses In January must be re- Handbook and upgrade their
    INDIAN BEACH A most favorable report was family In New Mexico, for Mrs. Otto Murrhee. A gift exchange good spirits' I also gota chance examined If their last names vision if necessal').
    I given on the net balance of a month's stay. Then Mildred was held after the bus- to meet the man who is to start with any letter A thro.: .
    (Lake Santa Fe) Treasury as of December 28, adds, "I would like to go to r iness meeting at which It was be my new brother-in-law,Sam M. Those with N whose last 7.names on or before his birthday this
    start
    By: Michael II. Chltty With this substantial balance, Florida." Her brother, Alex reported that 25 gifts had been Lackey. lie will bn marriedto through must will '"ave the effect of smiiothInR -
    also bat will not bo
    Phone 475-1612 it is anticipated that many for Stewart, will visit his daughter sent to Sunland Training Cen- my sister, Carol on Jan- renew out the crowds of people. ,
    re-tested until heir( next
    ward and enterprising pro- in Florida. Mrs. AlbertC ter. uary 10 In Weathorford' Okla. renewal and will help prevent long waitIng -
    " Greetings, and a late Happy iday season, I have had a bo! grams and projects may' be (Holt remained in the North Plans for an Arbor Day Pro- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schoc- In 1973. lines in the last few days
    New Year to you all! With the on my arm which had to bt Introduced. Carolina and Virginia area gram to be held at 10.30: a.m. neman and son, Billy, and son- of HIP, ,renewal month.
    news having to be in early lanced, and been unable to keep through the holidays. Mrs. Wil- on Jan. 16 at the Keystone Inlaw.1'/ and Mrs. Barney The test will include a check
    last week and Christmas beIng up with my work. My secre- FELLOWSHIP CLUB Ham Lee writes that she keepsin Heights Library were dis- Svoboda and children, Dottie The renewal and reexamination of the applicant's vision, an
    the day we would have to tary had to take over. On Nevi The first Club luncheon- touch with activities and cussed. The public Is Invitedto and Stevie, Gainesville, spent notices were mailed tc Informal check of his hearing,
    do it Just didn't do any. Year's Eve my Grandmother meeting of the new and attend this observance.The Christmas
    we year people in Keystone through The in Daytona with Mr. those 100,030 drivers after and a short list of questionsto
    The Chittys, like everyone else Copeland and I spent the nigh next meeting will be heldat and B
    Telegraph, and "I recall many Mrs. Svoboda.Mr. Christmas If driver W'IDSC test his abilltj to read and
    were pretty busy during the with Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mel happy years with my late husband the City Hall on Jan. 28. and Mrs. Gerald Pappy license expires any In January djes understand highway and traffic -
    holidays. My mother, Cricket, ton and son Otis in Hamptorand but this year it is a bit Mrs. Harold D. Duke Jacksonville and Mrs. Nell Ross were hoststo not have his renewal signs.
    and Grandmother Copeland visIted Otis and I attended the Mr. and Mrs. George Utsey lonely so- I am writing this will be guest speaker. a watch night party New examlnition by now he or should re- The driver will not take a
    Aunt Clara Sullivan InWIl- Watch Service at the Hampton of Jacksonville spent the week- Christmas note, and wish to Year's Eveat the Pappy home,, contact the nearest,driver road test during reexamination. -
    ex-
    llston and they went to Archer Baptist Church. end at their lake home. be remembered to my many Guests brought food, and cook- amination office immediately But some, whose safe
    to put flowers on Grandfather's Mr. and Mrs E.W. Revels, Friends will be sorry to learn friends" The Lees were own- ies and punch were served. as he will need assistance tc driving ability Is doubtful, maybe
    t, grave and visited old family Mr. and children of Plant City of the death of George Ellis'sister ers of the Keystone Theatre Many people from the Methodist get his license on time. asked to come back later fur
    friends from my mot'"'. .and Mr. and Mrs. h Herbert Dean ."Mrs. Missouri Hands, several years ago. ders' sojourn was to their native Church and the commun- a separate road test.
    childhood This helps to 'n ke" of Mershan Ga. spent Christ- 'In Georgia. Mrs. Price and son William and Evelyn Puckett city of Tuckerton, where ity attended. It is expected that only a
    Christmas better, visiting mas with Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Johnny returned from Georgia now living In Jacksonville, are they spent their time In the Rev and Mrs. Jerry Milton few persons will lose their
    friends you haven't seen in Revels, Sr. with the Elllses for a visit Infrequent visitors to Keystone, home of Mr. and Mrs. Ber- had a special reason to cele- Those to be re-examined must licenses through this program.
    years. Another big surprise Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strand- Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Nicholson but did attend the dedication tran Courtney. Homo for brate New Year's Eve They take their renewal notices to They will Ixs only those who
    during the holidays was a visit! berg and son, Paul and Mr. of Gainesville visited Mr. of the new I-IrstHapUstChurch Christmas was on everyone's welcomed a new arrival into a driver examination office In absolutely/ cannot meet safe driving
    from one of my cousins and his and Mrs. Sam Butler and son and Mrs. D,W. Carpenter on of which they were former mind but this particular occasion their home, for this was the the area where their re-tests standards, and would bea
    family of Ocala, who we hadn't Charles Henry of Ormond Beach Friday. members. Mr. Puckett was the was to see tiny, nine- day their son was born. This will be given. Drivers should menace not only to others
    seen in five years. Billy Moody spent the Christmas weekend Ava and Travis Wynn of Starkeare first president of the former weeks-old Deena Reeves who makes two boys for them. start Immediately getting read but also to themselves when
    formerly of Starke, his wife, with their mother, Mrs. Jo the proud parents of a baby American Association of Retired Is the great-great granddaughter The beginning of the new year for the test, according to Instructions behind the wheel.
    Aquilla, their children, Tract, Strandberg. Paul and Greg were girl, born on Christmas day In Persons Chapter.Mrs. of Mrs. Batchelder, and marks the end of the holiday they will receive In I from a safely standpoint| the
    Kenny and Michelle; my aunt visiting again on New Year's. Alachua General Hospital. Her Faye Olson, formerly great granddaughter of the Robert season and a return to normal the mall along with Die renewal most Important result will bea
    Mlldren Copeland and Shirley Pete and Joyce Barton entertained name is Teresa Lynn and she a resident of Lake Geneva: Reeves. Mr. Reeves is whatever that Is. notice. refresher c-uuise In safe driving -
    Varnes and son Allen of Starke, with a cookout am weighed in at 4 Ibs. 7-1/2 ozs. Trailer Park, is now 'living Mrs. Batchelder's great grandnephew The New Life Bible Club will [ as a result of Hit study
    all came down and spent the New Year's Eve party. Those not as much as good size bass, with her niece in Unity Wig. Miss Jane Driscoll was once again meet each Wednesday for the test I. and iirr;iovod visIon -
    afternoon with us. Billy is a helping to celebrate were: Mr. eh, Hoy? The maternal grand- She, too, sent her greetings.Mrs. also most anxious to see the after school for childrenin Drivers who will not be re which will enable mans
    deputy sheriff in Marion County and Mrs. George Brown, Mr. parents are Betty and Hoy Grif Florence Thiele now livIng new great grand niece. They elementary school. tested this year can renew their persons to see hotter I"> drive
    and !is also publishing an and Mrs. Billy Noegel and his fin. In Maiden N,Y. writes that stayed with Mrs. B's son and Area students trekked backto license for another two years
    outdoor magazine, The Central father, all of Starke; Corine T.C. Miller had a party the she will neve r forget her good familythe Bertram Courtney school Monday as their two- by simply filling out the application
    Florida Outdoors, now. It was day after Christmas, a get- friends of yesteryear, and will Many festivities were enjoyedby week vacation ended, much to papers properly and afelKEYSTONE
    certainly nice to see them and Fred Thieman, Don Richie together of old classmates, and hope to see them all againin the Batchclders, as they the relief of many mothers. milling them with the requiredfee
    again. My parents were alsc and son of Jacksonville; Jr. they enjoyed discussing school the Fall. visited Mrs. B's sister Mrs. The Melrose Action Committee back to the Department.
    out visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Olga Flllmon of Tampa, and the service, since some of Mrs. Irene Schreiner, now Beatrice Rose, who spent last would like to thank thosein
    + George Reddish and son Larry Ralph and Pat Flllmon of Key- the boys were home on leave. living In Acemc. bitch and winter In Keystone special the community who made contributions -
    I r last week. stone Heights Buddy and Merle Jeff Miller celebrated with a enjoying being with her brother visit was to oldster friends, for their Christmas Different notices were sent to
    Christmas Eve was my pa- Ellis of Gainesville, Clara Sul- New Year's Eve party for some and family, is ever remembering Mrs. Fannie D. Smith who is baskets which were given to those who will'( be re-tested HEIGHTS
    rent's 24th Wedding Anniver- livan of Wllllston, Jack and of his friends. friends she made In active and alert at 100 years, needy families Melrose Elementary and those who will not. An
    sary and friends in to help Lou Miller and James and Cric- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hatfleld her short residency in Key- a former neighbor, and Mrs. School the churches, Informational pamphlet sent
    them celebrate were: Mr. ant ket Chitty. and Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. stone. Olive FauDdngberg, who is 89 and both the Junior and Senior w'th' the, renewal notice to those DIRECTORY
    Mrs. Al Alexander and son, Mr. and Mrs. Frasier and Rich Bauchman of Gainesville Mrs. Ruth Ohlson Is comfortably Woman's Clubs collected lugs being re-cxamlncd tells them
    p Ronnie Waters; Mr. ami Mrs. children and Miss Barbara Bar- visited the Jack Millers recently situated in her apartment and food items to bring happi- how to get ready what to expect -
    Charlie Baldree; Mr. and Mrs. rows of Jacksonville spent the In the Wilder Residencein Mr. and Mrs. Driscoll vis- ness to families who might on the test and lists each NUHSIKYO.C.
    Hu- with their parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwoodwere ited in Mr. Drlscoll's native of the 188 field offices throughout
    Linn Quick; Mr. and Mrs. holidays St Paul, Minn. She writes have otherwise had a bleak
    bert Chitty; Mr. and Mrs. David and Mrs. Daryl Barrows. a part of a New Year's that her room overlooks a love- city of Hammondton N.J. vis- Christmas. Christmas baskets I Florida giving the, re-ex
    Stegall and Lisa and La- Eddie Reid of Jacksonville Eve Party. They, Mr. and Mrs. ly park and gardens, and she iting in the home of Mr. D's were given to 16 families In amination. Carnes Nursery
    mar; Mrs. Clara Sullivan; Don spent the weekend with Mr. Azzle Williams, Mr. and Mrs. is convenient by bus, to shopping daughter, Mrs. Lillian FIelds, this area. This Is a great example -
    Norris, Wes Bush, Jr. and and Mrs. Dwight Carpenter.Mark Fred Wilds, Mr. and Mrs. Linn area. who is Jane Driscoll's sister. of everyone In the communIty All 40 I Florida Highway Patrol Thousand of plants
    Wayne Chitty. My grandparents Reddish of Starke spent Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Al La- Mrs. Carolyn Wagner of Lake They visited Mrs. D. Beatrice working together for stations, except those in Fruit Tree <-Sh"de Trees
    spent Christmas Eve and Saturday with them and his gassee, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Geneva enjoyed both the Penrose of Toms Rover, N.J. good. It would be nice to see Infill. Everglades 1 Clti and
    Christmas with us and then parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thansgiving and Christmas hol- and a side trip to see Mrs. more of this community effort Lake Placid have five-day-a- Evergreens
    left for West Florida to visit Heddlsh were Saturday night Tyre and Mrs. Linnle Norwood, idays with her daughter in Pen Lylla Bossett In Baltimore/ in the future. week, eight-hour driver examIning Camellias & Azaleas
    relatives. All during this Ilolt supper guests. started out at the Norwoods, sacola. and Mrs. Ethel Carroll and The Cub Scouts held their offices. The one In 'OST1.1.. IN CANS
    went on to the Azzle Williams, Mr. and Mrs. George Colgtn daughter Elizabeth, Wheat- first den meeting Tuesday at PLANTNVTI.ME
    --- and wound up at the Mitchells had as their Christmas Eve; on, Md. El lam Baptist Church after Heautiftil Hoses
    for breakfast. It Is nice to be dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harriet Flowers who is school. Mrs. George Hanks, -
    with friends to end up the year. J.O. Gay and family Nancy assistant to Jane at Camp Crystal Mrs. Dean Crouch, and Mrs. My Neighborsr LandhrapingI'hone
    D Thanks to one of our neigh- and Greg, of Starke. Mrs. Gayis and her nephew, James Elmer Stephen Ashley will serve as 659-2165
    f bors, we now have three additions drove two days laterto
    the daughter of the George up Den Mothers. If your son is
    E to our clan.Three weeks Colglns.Mr. visit their many friends and in the third grade or Is from r i! 2.1 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
    P ago three blackand white ducks and Mrs. W.R. Lembke relatives of the Sr. Elmer family 8 to II years of age and has ? BA7AARJffO IIwy. 100 at Fiorahome
    came to our house and have and son Raymond of Clnclnatl, not joined the Cub Scouts call
    E been here ever since. We triedto Ohio, spent the Christmas holidays George Hanks at 475-5690, If \
    I f find out who they belongedto with Mrs. Lembke's parents he Is Interested In the pro- 1 V >I
    ; N and found that a pair of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pin- gram. The Cubs will meet each ; S. K.: McK.\Y. REALTOR

    D them had been given to a neigh- ion of Smith Lake.Ejreaslon CIIDISTMVS HIGHLIGHTS Tuesday from 3 to 4.30: ) at < \: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473,4816
    bor, along with a pair of Mallard of sympathy are The sojourners were thrilled the Baptist Church. 01:3) j >
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    A ducks. The older male decided extended to the family of former and yet humble as they attended Members of the Melrose PTA Appraisal Service
    to run away from homo Keystoners Mr. and Mrs. services In the, new $1.000- will meet again In Melrosefor '-, 10
    B and endedup 000 edifice of the I The Best in Lakefront
    with the pair they Francis O. Clark who livedon Presbyterian their first meeting of the
    L here. I guess that you could Little Keystone Lake. Mr. Church at Tom's River.The new year on Jan. 25. Be sure Homes, Acreages, Rentals
    say they are ours now, becausewe Clark 84, passed away on December entire dome is of leaded glass, to make plans to attend, as \
    E were told that we could 22 at his home In Cross- and the rear wall of the sanc- there will be an interesting program ASSOCIATES

    8 keep them eat them, or whatever ville Term. tuary Is of panels depicting the on drugs.A "Ju.l krrp in iniiitl. .li >"<* Mrs. Melb.i MH.-II 1.1-1;IV
    Christian motlce done in cut |
    We were also told that The passing of Dr. George Country and Western pro- mill I'm ('n" J. ('lipnsiiKon| | H3- 61!!
    we could come pick up some Putnam, who moved to Keystone glass. All denominations and gram is being planned by the lily girl" rnllinuliiiir. I. J. Hobln-on I1011
    DEPENDABLE Is the word lorI geese the gentleman's wife Heights In June, and was sects are represented In the PTA, to be held in February I i .
    and anything else, as long as planning to build a new homeon sanctuary, and the entire pulpit If you play or sing and would
    Dad In this family! That's because he we didn't fool with his Mal- Brooklyn Lake is noted with area is made of mater- like to contribute your talent -

    lards. Seems like he Is right sympathy and regrets by the ials/ direct from Jerusalem.All contact Mrs. Billy Copeland.
    ahead and 0
    ahead plans sarenahead T
    looks proud of them. How Is that many new friends he made in the tree ornaments were 1he. \ A'tE"51A I .Jl
    I to always have "what It takes' for a proposition, sports fans this area. fashioned by the Senior Citizens DUPLICATE BRIDGE: \ ,
    With the weather the way it Sympathy Is also extended to such as the Star and The Duplicate Bridge Club (
    In the way of money to provide for a has been, there isn't much fish- Mrs. Todd Givens on the sud- the Cross.A will be playing once again after Ir I-
    ing news. Roy Griffin has gelded den passing of her husband. safe and happy return was a couple of week off for "
    happy satisfying way of life. three days lately. Two days Mrs Givens is a resident of made, starting with snow cov- the holidays. I did not get the
    he and Ms party caught 7 bass Lakevlew Villa Mobilehome in ered states and ending in the winners of the last game before -

    and one day they caught 17 from Lake Geneva. warm sunshine of Florida.with I left so here they are: Iliway 21 North Kejstone, Ills.
    2 to 4 Ibs. They are schoolingnow Homo to stay they say Mrs. Raymond Crabtree and

    and If you can find them HOME FOR HOLIDAYS pleasure. Mrs. F. T. llogue, 1st place;
    and have the fait they want, "And a Little Child Shall We are glad to hear that"Koon" Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. Barbecue .- Steaks -- Fresh Seafood
    KEYSTONE STATE BANkMember you can have some fun. I have Lead Them". Miss Jane Wilson has recovered C.V. Borne 2nd place; Mrs. .
    ilso heard that the specs are Driscoll of Camp Crystal drove from his hospital stay and is Bill Bartlett and Mrs. C.W. Buffet Lunch Daily
    F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. biting In Crescent Lake now. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. able to be on his feet more Melrlck/ Mrs. A.V. Bannister
    Hope it won't be long before Houston Driscoll, in the Harrison and in BO doing he has resumed and Mrs. C.W. (Hardy, tied for Dining Room Open .- 7 a.m.12 p.m.
    "Yor Friendly fi.uk In Your Friendly they will start biting better Batchelders' car to spenda his trade of barberingand 3rd place; Mrs. W.J. Grollck
    Community here. Welt that's all for now, week in their home citiesin Is associated with the Bradford and Mrs. Charles Heptinstall, For Take-Out Orders fall Ole Al I73-OC.20:
    next week.A New The Batchel- Barber Shop in Starke.
    folks see you Jersey. 4th place. ,.. .
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    Letters all sizes colors Permanent 1
    for use on wood, Bins, reappointed S.G. Denmark to of the Starke Board, was of Up 21 Percent In Four YearsWhat

    metal, leather
    plutio. paper Trustees of Santa Fe Junior
    ANYTHING! -Bradford County College In one of the final doe It take In Brad- and vicinity Is getting only a-

    Telegraph tf actions by out-going Gov. ford County, In the way of Income bout 4/ th. of the mileage out
    Claude Kirk last week. to stay even In these of the dollar that It got four

    times of steadily rising living years ago.A .
    costa? How much more does a calcuatton based upon over
    family need today, comparedwith all figures shows that a family!
    ? that had an Income of$5,000 t
    four years ago
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    GAINESVILLE According to data compiledby year at that time would neoc D II:.'=!CtJ ill I.J =1"1" iIICI= 1Im. i-\.h'=.:mt H&R:: ,:.c.1:. =II' .cclI--f illiIt'I= =1 '..m.. 7 1-n: :11='=&:1=1..4f
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    I tics. the National Industrial same amount of goods and

    Conference Board and others, services.The ALF RT-ALAiIM
    Business Directory the prices of goods and ser- family that was In the CLASSIFIED AD RATES I JIMMY: MOORE'S Stop intruders personal a"

    vices have climbed by more $7,000 bracket would need $8,- Minimum Charfe __ 1.71 SJ: LINE 1:91'l: SUN SPORTS r eault and'\ vandals. Protect

    than 21 per cent since 1966. 500; the one that had $8,500 a (Coven IS words) MOBILE HOMES : your home cabin: store, truck
    Tax Increases have also addedto would require $10,300 now; and j MOORE BOAT FOR I! o-r boot with. AlertAlarm.This .
    AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES the squeeze on the family the former $IO,000famlly would Each word over IS-7e 12' 60' advanced ultrasonic
    pocketbook.The have to have over $12,100 to 50c Extra Charge If not x YOUP MONEY I solid state alarm system, provides
    breakdown shows that come out even. *Bedroom I .
    BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson) & Fan's, Inc. the consumer price Index rose Those who have managed to paid In advance Furnished$4,093 Stnrke Ph. 9645791Complete : t sate Inrtant not sorry.plug-dn" Send security.Be today

    3.2 cent In 1967 another Increase their earning powerby i I
    per CLASSIFIED DISPLAY : for FREE brochure: to
    OLD5MOBILJE SEEDS PLANTS! In 1968 a fifth' or more are in bal Outboard. & i o
    4.9 cent and 6.5
    per 11.59 Per Inch OLIN'S MOBILE ..arry A, Davis 608 E Grant,
    SALES .* SERVICE .Insecticides- Pal SapfUMFERHLIZERS per cent In 1969. The 1970 Jump, ance. Others are going through I Stern Drive Service and Mt Vernon Indiana: 47620. Up\
    Fin Selection .f Vied CanTaken according to preliminary figures a difficult period. Memorials Resolution. HOME SALES i Repair. Complete Fiber-

    O. Cad lae Trade We Rent Fertilizer 8pread r. Is about 7.1 per cent. Although Inflation has boostedthe Proclamations etc -7e word Fla, 100 West glass!' Repair. Custom- 1 FLORIDA'S FINEST NAVEL
    cost of housing transportation Starke, -
    1001 N.W.' llth Ph. 378-SMl As a result, the average built Oranges Grapefruit; ,4 bushel -
    224 N.W. gtb Pb. I7S-047 Fiberglass FishingI
    household !In Bradford CountyHAMPTON clothing and other neces- CARDS OF THANKS I gift rack $295. Limited

    GLASS sities In varying degrees, It 10 word or lose __ .'.00 I I t s. t (IUa ntllv. Phone< 964-5nDI.( Up!
    6 the
    has affected services most.
    Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA Each word over SO-"o PARENTS-Men Cottage
    The prices of all services-- COTTAGE FOR SALE Plant your
    LIDDELL from medical and dental care parents 'wanted. soma FOR RENT House in country Christmas tree now. Mrs. W
    to shoe repairs and bus rides- Married couples and women also rpartments in A. Stern. 9843614.PECANS: .
    have zoomed. FOR SALE Oak and hard- 'Salary starts $347 per month. StarkW.. II Nfllmnn. tfchg.
    4 wheel drive and ears Glass Company By Mr*. D. E. Hill The extent to which the upward wood' for fire place. $10 XT person. 5 day week 8 hour

    Sal.... Parts Service spiral has been felt In strand! delivered! Contact: clay Promotional opportunitiesState FOR ,SALE C, S. Miles fruit
    Clean Used Toyotas "Glass For Every PlrpotIe" Bradford County Is Indicatedby Larry O'Nr.l Rot. 9f)4-B2no, tfchg: Retirement, sick leave market, grey-cry and meat

    1700 N. Main 378-1268 Store Fronts-.Mirrors! the Increased local outlaysfor PAST TV & STEREO REPAIR vacation: etc Please apply 1. store plus 7-room residence;
    Tub EnclaeuroaShow! re Mr. and Mr*. L.A. Wynn food drugs, apparel, gen- Free : person only Personnel Office. all combined to! Lake Butler.
    Furniture Tops Glass Replaced marked their twenty-fifth wed- eral merchandise and house plckup.. citylimits. Butiland Center, Gnlncsvlli.. Phone 004-7315 after 8 p. m.
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    VARHEYLLincoln ding anniversary Saturday,Jan. furnishings In the past year. Dahmer's: Discount Fla. An equal opportunity employer 2t l-S 71 FGR SALE
    2, with a family dinner at their Retail expenditures In the local tfchg" Uchlr:
    home at Hampton Lake Dinner area were at the rate of FOR RENT Attractively fur
    Mercury NEW LOCATION WANTED HOUM full of fur. ., .
    Mr. and Mrs. T.E. $4,333 household. This nlshcci.' 2 'bedroom house aKinaslcy \ Shelled or Unshelled
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    1228: Sf). Main Galne! vllle guests were per nitUJv! ; pay cash. Dahmer's : : .
    Duncan of Gainesville, Mr. and compares with $3,730 which Is Lnke. Phone JH14783Ltfrlig
    372-41191! 1102
    ; Discount.! tfclvr.< WHOLESALE RETAIL
    2101 N. Main Gainesville Mr, J. W. Klnoald
    Mrs. Ed Silver-nail and Mrs. what the same purchase would MARY
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    37Z451Rome: J.P. Ilazen of Ocala. Guests have cost four years before. Southern Marine HELP Pecans Cracked
    ) :MEN'S WEAR Saturday evening were Mr. and What to do about Inflation has ANTEDEXp"rlenee
    _I J. or Mrs. Alvin Wynn of Jackson- the country in a quandary. Especially Moved To Gainesville cook, morning shift. Also dish- 5c lb.
    ville, and Sunday afternoon visitors hurt by It are peopleon New NameGainesville CARTER washer morning shift. Apply
    at Holiday Inn, 301 North
    M..nry'oull.c"'tlnf'fttalMarl / + were Mr. and Mrs. Joe pensions or other fixed income C. R. BRADFORD
    ITI-EnirMi Ford STAG 'N DRAG Kico and children, Lori and and the unemployed.DEER MarineLYNN Stnrkc._2t chg 1 7 Slarke Farmers Market

    Cleanest Used Oars AvalllnblePennfv Griffon Suits Jody Gainesville.Mr., and .Howell Brady, of HAMILTON!' MGR. PAINTSNEW DRIVERS! NEEDED

    Arrow Shirtt-Horsru'lm,. Shoe and Mrs. Gene Day and KILL REPORT Johnson Motors Cobra. Boats Train now to drive :semi-truck,
    Arndemv' Formal Hen'UN sons of Lambertville, Mich., Marine Supplies ITEMS local, and over the road. Diesel

    a I..idle Si> rswpiirSTIIKRH13 | and Howard Hill of Holly Fifteen deer were killed by 1030 E. University Ave.OalnMvlllc or gaa; experience helpful
    the 2,427 hunters who visited but not necessary.:! You can
    W. UNIVERSITY Mich were overnight guests:
    POWELL'S WALL PAPER earn over $4,50 per hour after NOTICE
    and MNKSVIIJ.K: MILL Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don the Camp Blending Wildlife
    !Hill and daughters. Management Area during the WANTED LISTINGSOn Furniture short training. For application
    Unpainted
    Beauty Academy Visiting in Hampton Saturdaywith week Dec. 28 to Jan. 3. Homed. and Acreage Buyer and interview call 305-523-64G1.( Stiirke: and Keystone

    Learn a Profession In Your :MUSIC Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mc- Other game killed at Bland- Waiting Strout Realty Ref. Wood Graining Kit or write Safety Dept., United( Heights! area Customers
    TIme. l"ul"r\ Part Time Clellan and family was Mrs. Ing during the same period Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. ; Systems, Inc., 822 N. Federal

    Spare 219 NW 10th 378-.J768. McClellan's sister, the former Included : 3 hogs 40 quail, 68 Ph, flB<-BB09 Starke. Fla. K-80 Paint Remover' Highway/ : Fort Lauderdale, Hastings Mattressand
    Iris Hart, of Gainesville. cat squirrel 11 fox squirrel, Fin. 3.1.104_2t chi 1 7
    BALDWIN Mr. and Mrs. George Davis 2 ducks, and I dove. For all your Real. Estate Houses Washed Upholstery
    ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC and children moved last week- NeedsBuy Sell Exchange 21-INCH ADMIRAL color
    f>lANOS-, fc end from the Tidwell house to Appraisals Expert :\ Lawn Mowers For Rent (used) TV lvCth.: new picture 710 !St.\ John A'e.PALATliA .
    o.o a OT'yi ORGANS the house on Division St., for- *. Advice on all Real tube. Dahmer's Discount tf -

    'Jv..lmJli merly occupied by the Thorn- Estate Problem Call 102 EAST BROWNLEE chg'
    MUSK, ton Like the government. a
    Co.Of family BILL POWELL Is Open AgainFURNITURE
    Motor Repair Overnight visitors last marriage should be a systemof Keg Real Estate Broker STREET FOR SALE -New Norge Self
    checks and balance She cleaning Electric Range iued
    Thursday with Mrs. M.L. Wat-
    Phone 981-6161& .. -
    Gainesville, Inc. O'vllle Shopping Ctr. J72-S3U terson were Myrtle Watterson, writes the check and he triesto Starke Plaza Starke .. .. '" only 6 months. Large WestInshcuse .
    Repairing: Rewinding Margaret: Brown, and Ann John balance them tfchg. Sid:: by Aide Frost Repaired RefinishedReupholstered

    New and Used son, of Hendersonvllle and Dan- FOR RENT12' "wide, 2 bedroom Free refrigerator! freezer, excellent :
    tins N. W. 1 15th Ph. 17Z-M18! MOVERS la, N.C. They had been on a trailer outside city condition.: Moving
    NEW \
    Lang I.allceIovl"g, ; cruise to Nassau In the Baha- limit! J B. White 8646114. must sell. Call Mrs. Moore MATTRESSESFREE
    filler Brown tfchvBARRETT 964-7022 Cay: or 964-8976 after .
    Manure
    Packing : ESTIMATES:
    Farm and Industrial mas.Mr.. and Mrs. O.J, Lelte and .... MoviesGregory '..1 5 p.m. Itchg
    Equipment Crating Shipping Call Collect 328-2111
    Mrs. Ruth Stelnhauser of South
    Krre. Estimates Call Jacksonville visited here Mon- 4- FOR SALE -15 ft Fire Flue

    Santa Fe Tractor, day with Mrs. M.L. Watterson. ) trailer. 45 Crys'er! solf sfxrt
    Peck plays a dif- Water Conditioning tBOO\ Phone IIM-WI.\ ; 2tp 1-14
    FORDFarm ferent kind of sheriff In the Volkswagen -----------
    Tractors ii Implement CARD OF THANKSI Columbia release "I Walk The and Pump Co. WANTED Carpentry work

    UB&U EQUIPMENT wish to thank the peoplein Line" at the Florida TheatreIn New' & Used 1..0> and Brazil: repair Also small SEWiNG!
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    BALES PART SERVICE Hampton especially my Panavlston and color Friday, sales Service 130 Court Street masonry Call Waldo after 5

    4488 N. W. 6th 378.2548 Van Service Inc. neighbors for all their good Saturday and Sunday.A Phone' 961.5832PLUMBING .p m. 468-1IB5._Up
    MNESMLLE! FLA. deeds and gifts since my hospitalization sort of anti-hero, Peck 1 MI. North of Tire Mall FOR RENT-2 bedroom trailer. MACHINESales

    :3310:; N.E. Waldo Rd. GMIIe for a hip injury, "presented as a rural Ten- GAINESVILLECARL lights; and water furnished
    -Mrs. Bessie Halek. sheriff and Service
    372- :7I nessee trying to escape l. Phir !4-fTW.. Itp
    an unhappy marriage. ills Water' Conditionersand PFAFF NECCIII
    love affair with the yourg, sen- Pumps HOUSE PAINTING, Interior, New HomeUnh'ersal
    -- ------ ---- ------ ---
    suous daughter (Tuesday Weld) exterior by contract or hour
    of a moonshiner leads him WELL DRII.LlNGSales ly. Reasonable: rates first
    steadily compromise his professional BEGGS and Rentals dais: wo-kmon-hlp. Contact $49:50: up

    responsibilities and Gulf Service Repair Department Ronnie Roberts, Monday-Fri Parts!' & Repairs on

    Inexorably moves him Into USED PARTS 24 Hour Service day, 7 to 4:30: phcne 431-1TG. all other :Make :Ma
    greater conflict and tragedy.
    Nights nnd weekends Phone
    Tuesday Weld stars as the Prices Chinec.NATIONAL! .
    Top for Wrecked Care 4.1I-17M 4tchg 12B71HORSE
    It's sheriffs young mistress and 21. Hour Wrecker Service A. J. Thomas Registered Real
    nicebeing a woman. Estelle Parsons as the unhappy Estate Brckcr, Specializing! in FOR SALE saddle
    wife. The movie Is rated -- Fuel Oil .- Appraisals for Estates, Individuftla and bridle Includ.d. Mast
    611 W. Univ. Ave.
    GP parental guidance sugges Used Can aiM Corporate Owner sell, going' to school. Call !064-J
    378-1353; ;
    ted.Zany Hwy. 301 N. Walda ATO I cw.eTl: 1 real stale! bus 7741. Up
    Jerry Lewis, this timeas
    a get-rich-quIck artist in 468-1998 iness. Thirty Years: experiencein FL'LL YEAR HEAD START
    land matters. Tel
    London, stars in "Don't Raise! Florida: : The CUBB Economic Agency -
    004-5701.< SUrk", Florida' If chg<
    The Bridge. Lower the River "
    in Starke to currently ae-
    q .. a Columbia picture In Technicolor 6EWWO MACHINE Cleaned< WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn c ptlnc apportions for the
    "! which forms a double bill oiled and adjusted in your\ '
    > ,_ Crosby Lake & Crosby Lake positions of Project Director PUMPSNEW
    ,t !s;.. ."" e,' ", ,' I' at the Florida this weekend. home, $3 00. Vacuum cleaner Inlet. Ideal: For Mobile Homes, Secretary: Teachers. Teach-
    "0\\",' (J'" .Y; Pixie-faced Jacqueline Pearce repairs also. All work guarante.d. .
    er-Aldw and Cafeteria Work
    } '. Summer Cottage Or Year.
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    .' AND USED
    ", .f' protrays Jerry's estranged wife Dennis E, Cogglno Phone Round Living ers. for an e'eht-month' Head
    CD' whose ancestral English home 431-142ft, tfellc
    All Lots Ready To Go-C1ear. Start Program; In Clay Union.
    ,: Jerry turns Into a Chinese dis- SALESPARIS
    ed, Graded & Leveled. baker and Bradford< counties.
    ', :' cotheque. FOR RENT One trailerapace.
    priced From S995.00. Financing Appllcat'.eni must b*!! submit'
    .' ,: Terry Thomas, the gap- : One Large storage :SERVICE'
    ted by Janu 18. 1971. Fof
    shed one r.-.eehanlc! hop Available Call 984-7701. ry
    : one
    toothed and mustached British ;
    additional Information' and an Deep and Shallow Wells
    comedian, co-stars as a fast- warehouse on. 301 South of
    [J buck character with gold-lined Starke. Call :Mutual LumberLie. FOR SALE: Treated and u*. apn1! -\ton'! form call cr write Water Softeners and
    treated pine and cypress lumber '
    CUBB Economic Agency; Inc,
    FiltersPlumbing
    dreams of success. As usual, 964.7490 8 a.m to 4 p.m. '
    random! width and h.
    lenl'
    Jerry's schemes keep him In tfchg P. O. Box 970. SUrke Florida
    ?
    ;) constant hot water with his Creoroted poles, railroad crossties 30291 Telephone 964-669B. Ap- Supplies
    ,'. t.ft British wife his friends, his SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic 1" black! pipe for weldIng pllcat'on bla"frs! can also be

    :' enemies, and with girls, but Letters, all sizes colors. Permanent various shop equipment. obtained: by telephoning! : one EXPERT SERVICE ON
    )} : all the while with lewis' fa- for use on wood, Blua! welders, etc. Mutual Lumber of the: following; number ALL MAKES
    mallar frenetic type of comedy. plattlc, paper, metal leather Company!: Inc. 6 miles southon In your area: Green Cove PHONE: 961.7061DURRANCE
    It'll be a scary time at the ANYTHING I Bradford County 301. Phone 964-7490. Call Spring, 284.5131; Clay Hill
    F 301 Drive-in Friday and Sat Telegraph. It .between 8:00: A.M. and 4:00 289-2591: Orange!! Park 2f>44021 -
    urday as three Edgar Allen Po PM lfchT< ; Penrey Farms 329-5271;

    < thrillers screen outdoors- WATSON'S IF WE DON'T HAVE IT Lake B"tler 40B-74'5l/ '; ; Mac PUMP;\ & SUPPLY CO.

    "The Pit and The Pendulum," well get It for Office clenny 259-652I;; ; Starke !9S456B9. J -

    Toddy's woman lives in a world of "Count"Premature Burial"" and House of Vacuum Supplies, Furniture you. Equli An Equal OpportunityEmnl'T.'ffr.
    Yorga, Vampire. They Ztrhg 1-14
    convenience and carefree _
    push-button are rated GP, parental guidance Many brands of :new. vacuum ment. Bradford CouatyTelegraph
    electric luxury.She uses more electric suggested.Two .1900 liP Used machines from AN OPENING AVAILABLEfor

    power than ever. And that's why she needs X-ratedfilms will screenat f 10. Expert Repairs all makes. two gre.slve m?''n. Pest SEARSHas
    Full Housepower wiring. Appliances the drive-In Sunday and Mon Parts and Accessories for all BAIRD I control nnd garden, nursery
    day night. "The Female" fa vacuums. Built In Central vac salesman. Very good' fringe
    i belter and faster-more billed making "I. Woman" Mobile Hornet ,
    operate as uum cleaning systems. 712 N. ibonafits! InclvS'ng retirement -
    Everything
    economically and efficiently. A home with look like "Mary Poppins." Main Oalnp "Sappho Darling" is the co- ary. FLORIDA PEST CON
    Full Housepower wiring gives the modern feature. Both are X-rated films, CLASP ENVELOPES, all 810.12 WldeGainesville. TROL. 2tchg ,1-14-71 STARKEPhone
    woman freedom to arrange lamps and suggested for adult audiences. .lies.- Bradford County Tele ,

    furnishings anywhere she wants. lITa r h. Good Quality FOR SALE-Mrs. Fred Gnu?
    : Reasonably Priced' den 19fl4 Ford Oa'axle PS, 9G1-GS18 I
    Because she'll always find an outlet nearby.
    INTERSTATE MOBILE Home AT. AC- '
    61.000 orlg. ml. $7iO.:;
    ; Most Important, her family will have moving in Fla. Call 964-5606. :Gainesville! 378-2785 Good cond 1H4-S202._itchy

    enough circuits for all the big comforts that LEW'S tfchg" Serviced, Gaarintied eel
    Delivered In 8tar.e Ana FOR RENT-2 bedroom trail
    electricity delivers. Such as water heating WELDING SHOP FOR SALE Northern Bob NO EXTRA COST er. GrIffis Loop. Phone 9648745 -

    and reverse cycle air conditioning. Whits quail 1, select breeders, VII 441 N. 4SOI NW Ulh Peal I nice_Up Smith

    '4 It's nice being a woman...and electric Whimpering Pines' Motel also Tennessee Reds Blonde. Gatnatvms378: .!783 EXPERIENCED DOCK builder Plumbingand
    S. Phone Cortvnlx & Hutton E. R. Bow.era -
    living makes it even more so. US 301 Rt. 1 Box: 206. Branford, POSTED SIGNS: Treated to drive p'llng. Work gwr-\ Supply
    F=1=ILlt! 961.8252 Fla. 32008. Ph. 9352185. withstand weather- 30o each 8'\td.'\ !!! Moscley, 533-2381. Rt.

    .--.-'- UTILITY TRAILERS Htclvr' I 1-88 93,33 doz. Special price on larger 1 Box 361, Klngrsley Lake.
    quantities Bradford County Itchiy Raiford Road
    CUSTOM I BUILT FOR SALE New brick, 3 Telegraph. M
    GAS AND ELECTRIC 'bedroom 2 baths, living room WILL KEEP CHILDREN IN Phone 961-6023:!

    WELDING BRAZING dining room, family room. .INSURANCE my home. anytime Monday
    SHEET METAL FHA or Conventional:! Financing. AT REDUCED: RATES: thru Friday. All aces' Best of Contracting and Repairs

    I TRAILER HITCHES Contact Buford Mitchell, AUTO. FIRE. BOAT care. Phone S64-BS92. Plumbing Fixtures
    Phone 964-6760. P.O. Box 238 DOYLE E. CONNER: 1-20-71
    Do you have Full Housepower wiring See your electrical contractor for a checkup. INSTALLED Starke. Uch INSURANCE AGENCY Wet?r IltMIrr

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