Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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No. 20 Thursday, December 16, 1971 COPY

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Watches A true bill Indict-

ing all 10 defendantsheld

Christinas In connectionwith

the large scale 1J

ParadeAs drug ring operatingfrom

\ was returned Bedford Mondayby Lake !

large a orowd as M
the U. S. District
ever witnessed a .
Court Grand Jury
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parade In
r t \ i .1 convening In Jack- yl. \
Starke was on hand r
n sonville.
eN A.Y
Saturday lining almost -

the entire parade Termed by narcotics agentsas l

route. one of the largest drug, d
operations found In the state
Call and Madison Streets were i the
yl drug ring was using as _.
Jammed with onlooker, a*well Its I base two rented cottages ---

a* Thompson Street between N r A on the north aide of Bedford Shirley Green, Brook ar'. first lady mayor, swears in
Msdlson and Call. Lake, between Starke and Keystone Councilman George C Piorco. The lady took
"1 never aw people on Madison Heights l and In Bradford office Monday night.Lady. mayor
before" said Mayor Carl County;
Hurst obviously Impressed '
1tU'iJ f ,r i r'' Plea
with the large turnout. s day for all defendants
It was the largest Christmas .1 ..1 was set for 2 p.m. January 12
In Starke: Parade vv+ before U. S. Magistrate Jos.
Chairman Brian Hamilton had 1 W. Hatchett in Federal District Mayor

to scrap for the 20 entrieshe Court, Jacksonville.The .

, got. But the crowd made Y ; Grand Jury returned five-
the whole thing a success count Indictments, with all defendants -
everybody agreed."I l being charged with Takes OfficeIn
thought It was real successful conspiracy In the drug opera-
; not a* long a* last tion, several others with possession -
;year', but over-all. ." Hamilton with Intent to distribute

says. controlled drugs, and one with
Grace Baptist Church woo. / / ;' possession of firearm while Brooker
first place In the Religious Division 1k > committing a felony.
of the float Judging, depicting .
the assistance Shrlner \ Indicted Monday were James
4 give crippled children. trI : Newell Taylor, Sherwood Marc
Willis, and Keith Combs, all
Western Auto was second in Brooker's first
giving their address as Bedford mayor office a
Division with
the Commercial
.. u trI Lake; Dennis Jack Campbell, Monday night Dec. 13, when Council-
1 :l.J James Joseph Dupre, Patsy Lee woman Shirley Green was
w. Jt.' /With an old Model i Walker. Greg Willis, Thomas the appointed by
I City Council
r UTafedKng-ear which'didn't finish J. Assenza. Keith Chandler to fill the term of
Powell and his wife Constance Mayor F. Lowell
I.\y 'r-' the parade route. BHSIBalna ((1-r standing) are Dobbi Mitchell, Beth Judy Young, and Jan S arlo. Sitting or. Richard Kirk Powell, also known as Con- Douglas.

\, r 1'.c.; : ;appreciates"The Merchant'Association everybody particlpating Chapman" Hlolmar McMillan (kneeling), Le. Hardonbrook land, Carol B.am, O'Harold' Acosta, Joy Saxon, and Stephen stance Saracino.All .

I '.\"\( and look forward to a Hall. defendants are under$1- Mayor Douglas was forced to up schedule was voted by the ,
'. bigger and ,better effort next 000 bond:! with the exception of to resign when he was transferred council for the, holidays. Gar-
,,. rt t. Christmas" Chairman Hamilton Assenza, whoofflcers believe to bage will be picked up on
says. 't'We'; also want'td t tI be the leader of the ring. Ills First duty; of the new lady Monday following Christmas
I thank the tyarchant for their. A'sIn bond was placed at $5.000 witha mayor was to appoint a coun- and New; ear's l>'dY. There will
BHS Students
I" effort," I* added. 12 Earn hearing on it set for December cilman to fill her vacant seat be no Saturday pick up for
Store have been busy the 17 in Federal District Cou on the council. 1 She named Christmas or New; ear's week.

'past''week with the tempo of Seven of the defendants l, all Brooker Fire Chief George C. Residents are requested to
Christmas shopping season of whom ranged In age from Pierce to the post. keep the schedule change in
starting to pick up.Some stores F the late teens to the early A petition requesting that the mind, and not place garbage on ,
have been especially busy,busi 20'.. were arrested In a raidon town adopt the Florida State the streets for pick up on
j, Inessmen report while coma Second < the Bedford Lake cottageslast Election Code was presentedto Christmas or New ear's day
'j are still not getting the trade iiPeriod\ month when controlled the Council. An ordinancewas both of which fall on Saturday.
they expected. M / drugs with estimated "Itreetlale" adopted amending the After the holidays the regular
For the J last week and a
; value of $1.5 million were town's present election ordinance schedule will be resumed.
halt the downtown hal been
,:, J'" confiscated. Three others, Including to coincide with the
buzzing with people aU duringthe :lj. : ,
A dozen of Bradford High' Sophomores etralgh'A's Mrs( Rodney1 Hall of Theres Assenza. were arrested state election codo.
day. I don't know whether making '"f Ralford who is on the list
later Gainesville.
Its affected business but!have 1.150 students earned straightA's are: /, F<&"" :. .sa, 'take Latin D/ blob I, for the second:! straight six in A January 1 enforcement date
.n't heard anybody complaining for the second six week Mr.i' algebra D. world weeks Her subjects algebra The Bedford Lake raid endeda
Carol Beam, daughter of are was set by the council on the Draws
grading period which ended November PE. ''' *>
flab, and .,*
,.on* business. stated. 27, two more than were and Mrs. Marvin Queroemoen 1 4*, Js'&* n, physical science PE, three-month effort by narcotics ordinance dealing with delin-
on the high honor list tho of Theressa. On the\Ilst for > O'Harold Acosta a vocation- English, teacher's aide home agents and Alachua County quent water bills Under the '
first six week*. the first time MIII-Beam'. .'.atudenticVoUed In the re- economics, and Latin I. ; officers who attempted to ordinance, all water bills not 3-Year Term
: "do business" with
subjects are world history bIooo't-* ,III'Wlfttll'! pea t4rrAm Is the son Jan Searle, daughter of Mr. the group Mid bv the 20th of each month
Five students seniors Rich logy L home economics alge- 'j]Mtv: ? I'ecessan' Ferguson of and Mrs. C. E. Searle of The- then operating In Gainesville.The will be subject to a five per On Parole
ard KIrkland and Judy Young, bra L., English, and PE. SV* / a gocjectsaremathe-( ressa, Is also on the list for base of operations of the cent late charge. An additional
junior Connie Chaateen and nS, -/, tTd" studies,English, the second straight six weeks. alleged drug peddlers was shift $1 will be added to bills/ not
freshmen Beth Chapman and HJalmar McMillan, daughterof ed to Bedford Lake, where the
(2 ViolationsA
band > ironies hours Her subjects are home econo- paid by the first of the second
Jan Searle, have made straightA's Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Mc sale that broke the case was ,
) PE.Freshman
dally and mica Latin I. algebra n, PE, month after the due date.
two six week In a row Millan of Starke takes driv made by undercover federal
now. The select group Includes er's education, i4;, world history on (he select all- physical science, and English agents l carrying some $10,000in Customers will recieve writ- former Starke policeman,
four boys the second six week physical science, algebra A list are: Debbie Mitchell, daughter of cash. ten notice of the intention to Marlon Glenn Crews, 35, was
ahradumctrtrrSHOP; ( compared to one the first time. n, and English. Beth Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell The narcotics agents l de- enforce the ordinance. sentenced to three years in

"Just getting down to study" Stephen Hall 'son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Chapman ($.. Page 4)) (See Page 4)) A change In the garbage pick prison I-. Patten by Circuit Tuesday incite Goorge
on charges

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r AT HOME! A's this year when he didn't :;::: Crews was arrested lc.) 7.

Ir 1 Most Stark Stores that year accomplish college of high that faces school.his first him The three next fact I Escapees Tie Up Woman Fiei I which two 1965 on sweaters had charges been and atolen of a receiving handbag from a I I

;year Kirkland says 1 I. another ,, downtown dress shop and pled
Will Be Open thing that ha* made him realize guilty: on Dec. 20. After a pre-
the seriousness of academic ...*
w sentence f nvn,Htrn Hr>n \\A /
ednesday AfternoonsUntil work. placed under-probation;; for five

Senior straight A student "Don't: do itl" were the word "Yes, It works!" Mrs. Reddish ter mile behind the home of entering and burglary in Highlands man and Faucett made their years. '
Christmas shouted from behind the bar replied. She asked the Reddish. County; Charles Faucett, way westward in the swamp About ?
are: rel of a 12 gauge shotgun at two Inmates not to harm her. The escape was made by sawIng 22, serving five years for possession and had been watching their a year later, he was ,'. i
S S S S* Kirkland, son of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs Vernon Reddish as she They said they didn't intendto a bar from a window and of a weapon by a felon house from the swamp for some brought of to court on charge* p """*
J. T. Klrtland of Starke. ,"t hand on the ignition key but would have to tie her by use of an Improvised rope from Duval County; Claude time. They had no trouble flnd- violating the terms of probation -,,',;t
His subjects are advanced of her truck Friday afternoon. up to keep her from telling made of clothing and beddingto Boseman,, 28-serving life for '.ng a door key where Mrs. and was given another len-: ) I
research, band reach the ground. The four Calhoun chance to live up to the j
FOOTBALL BANQUET science on them. robbery from County Reddish had It hidden in the
drama production, vocabulary "I thought about It a minute men ran to the 15-foot double and Warren Wopp 28, serving utility room. lent sentence.: The period of *. "II
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'Te'n.ht-. composition, and teacher' ." Mrs. Reddish said, but Keeping calm although she fence between guard towers No. probation was extended to May ,
: P.M.BH's aide. then she got out of the truck was scared, Mrs. Reddish cooperated 1 and 2 at the front of the life for robbery, from Jackson Mrs. Reddish and awoman 9, 1973 with the warning that;? tIt ( -
Cafeteria' and allowed the Ralford ex- with the two escapees. East Unit. Throwing blankets County; friend:! had spent Friday morn- he did not abide by It,,:ha .}
Lea Hardenbrook. son of Mr. capee to take her back Into They; were also kind to her, over the fence to protect themselves Bozeman and Wopp were captured Ing in the carport painting signs would be sent to prison.' M\: \ ;ji)
and Mrs. Don: Hardenbook of the house. "They; were real not touching the mother of two from the barbed wire about 11 ajn. Thursday for the Stark" Christmas f >- violated: -
Public W.leomo" Market Road Starke, take nice and about as scared a* except to tie her up with neckties the four somehow got past the the same morning. In the edgeof rade Saturday. She kept a pf '- terms Recently of Crews the *
Speech n, trigonometry, British I was." the daughterinlawof belonging to her husband. "vicious" guard dog kept between Water Oak Swamp and about tol handy allthatmor IngWtn probation again and
$2.50 L Plate literature humanities, Sheriff P, D. Reddish said, She gave the pair directions the fences.Apparently three miles east of the Reddish she went to their chicken houses Judge Patten Imposed the three-
physics, and ec omici. recounting Friday' events after to go down SR-225 to SR-100 home. Searchers from the to check them, Mrs.Redd! h year prison term Tuesday. Ji
QB Club Members the two prisoner tied her and they apparently: took her the dog was chosen prison found them sitting on did not stay long, fearing "t's' It was the third time 'Crews
Judy Young, who has beet up ransacked her house and advice, according to what lawmen as one which would not a log near a woods road; nei- escapees were still In the violated his probation whichhe
Parent ef Player a consistent straight A student left with the Reddish' truck have since pieced together. bite although only the most ther offered resistance or attempted rea. ) did by leaving his Job and
for tti* past two ;yean three rifles, a shotgun a pistol Incorrigible dogs are used or to run when ap where home here without notice and .
> All Invited.' 1* the granddaughter- of Mr*. and wearing ReddUh' The Incident began when four the animal was Intimidated by proached. Later they could see leaving the state, according to
Courtesy Of R. A.Nettle and live InSt die. clothe. Florida State Prison Inmates the four men at once coming Stoneman and Faucett had wt,- the local Probation and Parole
I Her subjects are typing; trig made their move shortly before at him. The four used the dog's A guard standing on a post en pecans in back of the chlcl.en .',. Office Returning after about
Oft I Spanish O, vocabulary comI Reddish I r. a lieutenant at 5:30: ajn. Thursday, box to get closer to the top aw three men In the woods houses. Also found in the six months Crews was arrested
Cammuntijf I I position, advanced PE, I library> the Florida State. Prison, and chooslnr a tanrv mornlne when of the tall fence. road, but when searchers house after the pair left wasa around Thanksgiving on an
3t Jb laiili aide and see the prison from reached them there were only claw hammer that had been
i aide. you
guidance couldn't be seen. The fog outstanding warrant.
= they; Supt. Lawrence Dagger Indicated
his .. two, Bozeman and W opp. It In the chicken house
Only A shrouded the escape from the
Junior straight stu- that guards beard the' Is
suspected the other
...Deals New fawned, ;\/dent 1* Connie: Chasten, a varsity "Remember. Pve got this third floor of the maximum security men at the fence, but could- Stoneman and Faucet, were two Mrs. Reddish left home a- MERRYCHRISTMAS
JO* T.20.000 ft, ; cheerleader and daughtex shotgun on you! And doe It unit of the RaIford prison nt see them to shoot hiding nearby but couldn't be bout I p, m. and went to the
of Mr and Mr*. Jim Chan work?" one escapee asked Mrs. then\ hampered the search eon because beauty; shop. She returned about I
...... OopaslfI. teen of Stark. Her subjects Reddish, the daughter of Mr. with dogs In dens Water Oak The escapees were Identifiedas swamp of Jungle-like 3 p.m.. got the. key from the
I., .c.. ,Include and Dave Paulk Swamp near the prison The Gene Stoneman, 24, servW -
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95th Birthday Brownie Troops Class Of '51?

Celebration Set Enjoy Cook Out Reunion SetDecember DR. D.' W. WHIFFEN

For L. L. ConnerL. AfterParade 30 Announces the Association of I I II

L. Conner will celebrate Junior Scout Troop 605 and The class of '51 will have
hi. 95th birthday Sunday Dec two sister Brownie Troops hada their reunion. Thursday, Dec. In the practice of Optometry at
19, at a family and friend gathering cookout Saturday after the 30 at the Starke Coif and Coun- :
I and covered dish din Christmas parade) at the D. T. try Club starting at 7 p.m. 207 S. Walnut St. :

a .: ner at the Marcus L. Conner Farabee home.Assisting Reservation should be made Office hours \
; .I. farm on Bay less Highway.Doyle Mrs. Farabee and by Dec. 22 by contacting Mrs : \
Conner's birthday will also be Mrs. Jay Carver, Mrs Gene Helen Crosby 812 W. Cypress 9:00 to 5:00
celebrated at the Clemons Mrs. Rowland Hen- sheet
same time. Afternoon
dosed Wednesday
derson Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr. 1\

All friends and relatives are and The Mrs.approximately M. G. Bovce.50 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turnip- and Saturday Afternoon
Invited to attend; dinner will seed Jr. of Arcadia were Sun-
be served at 1 o'clock. enjoyed refreshments and day guests of Dr. and Mrs.
games during the party hnnrs. H. H. Adams. I

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Engagement Told C


Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Crawford
of Lawtey announce the engagement -
and approaching marriage e L 5
of their daughter, Joyce Marie, s 1
to William F.Boiler son of Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Boiler of
Rlchland, Mich. i -
The wedding will take place 1,,
Jan. 22 at 7:30: p.m. In the 0
Morgan Road Chapel.
To Choose
; HomemakersHave
From a
Covered <

Dish Luncheon

:1 The Homemaker's Club hada Find A Gift For

H Carolyn/ Yvonne Brown Weds luncheon Christmas and covered meeting dish last Every Member Of The Family ALL DAYWEDNESDAY AT .;

Thursday at the home of Mrs To Fit Your Budget!
H Donald Elder In Gainesville Henry Godwin. ,
Christmas decorations were ,_.., ,... LOW SENSlBU PRICI5

Miss Carolyn Yvonne Brown Trawlck, Douglas Brown and used Inthepertyrooms.Christmas .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Maxie Norton. gifts were exchanged following -
Brown of Gainesville, former the luncheon. During the
Miss Jan Bitch served as
Starke resident, and Donald business meeting It was announced Her
maid of honor and bridesmaidswere Delight For Extra Christmas
Marlin Elder, son of Mr. and Misses Ginger Baldwin, that the club had spent an Special
Mrs. Emmett 0. Elder of Kin Denise Winkler, Becky Martin, $75 for kitchen utensils to be
sley Lake, were united In mar- used in the Agricultural Build WidiA
and Karen Martin. All the attendants -
riage on November 26, at 7 were gowned alike in ing. 1 1lPkJUlmYA9J
p.m. In the Parkvlew Baptist long purple velvet gowns with Miss Martha Sue McCain Installed JL give her Diamonds
Church, Gainesville. Rev. Henry empire waist trimmed with the following officers [ f 1
who will take office In
C. Martin, uncle of the Venice lace and long sleeves. January:
bride, performed the nuptials. Mrs. Lola Johnson, president;
Their matching purple net
Mrs. Robert West, organist, veils were secured with velvet ident Mrs. Eva Mrs Anderson Bob ,vice-pres There Is no finer Diamonds Are Going 'Up 20%
and Mrs. Steve Crawford, soloist bows. They each.carried two ; Blakewood
treasurer and Mrs. E. D.Ten- gift than a watch ,
provided a program of nuptial white long stem rose buds.
music. Given In marriage by her ly Jr., secretary of timeless beauty. l ti: More January 25th
Decorating the altar were two white
father, the bride wore a \
pedestal baskets of white gladioli \ satin faille gown fashioned on % Now I Is The Time To Buy That Long Wanted Diamond .
mums and carnations a- Victorian lines The empire Moose Lodge + We Have A Large S.lectlon To Cheese From Rl grit
galnit a backgJ'oWldofbranched waist and high neck line was Installation Oan't Delay And See Them
candelabra with white tapers encircled with scrolls: _of Ve- F
and rreenerv. nice lace. The deep-cufl on the Set For Sunday t;
Rill Elder attend Ms brother bishop sleeves was also enhanced .
as best man. Ushers were with Venice lace. Her Installation of the Moose
Tommy Blackshear, BuddyWoman's slim A-llne skirt formed a Lodge In Starke will be held t

circular chapel train. Her at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 19, at ...
Club shoulder length' veil'of illusion the Starke Golf & Country Club. S.
was secured to a Venice wives and
Christmas prospective members -
lace Camelot cap. She carrieda are invited Refreshments
crescent shaped arrangement will be served following the In-
holiday motif prevailedat of purple orchids. stallation.
the Starke Woman's Club A reception was held In the All who have made application Man', Ring "
last Wednesday afternoon for church annex. Mrs.James Fen for membership are urged to % 11
the annual Christmas tea which der kept the bride's book at a be present at this time In order -
was also In honor of. the new table covered with a white lace to become charter mem-
members.Mrs. cloth centered with a silver bers of the Starke lodge.
Hazel Bitch greeted candle stick holding a lavender
guests at the door and presented candle.
Thank You Gifts
them to the receiving The bride's table was covered '
line composed ot,Mre. John with a white damask cloth edged For Sapphire f
Sanders president, Mrs. with lace and centered with a FromOvenWarmHoliday Diamonds ,
George Loper, Junior Club president three-tiered wedding cake de- Set in Gold Band
; and Miss Becky Jack- coraded with lavender florets Visits Stop I In soon.
son, Little Womens club pre and topped with a bride ,and Wed like to /-i -vCIFI '
In Miss Sink cut Holiday time is chock full
sident. Also the receivingline groom. Cindy show
were the new members: the cake and presiding at the of visits to friends'homes for you our : For Her For Him, Gift Watches
Mrs. J. T. Moore. Mrs. G. punch bowl were Mrs. Tommy fireside chats, parties and widetchestion
S. Brown, Mrs. Robert B. dinner. FOR Many different styles,
T and Mrs. .
A full social schedule bands.MOTHER'S ..
John For LucilleripRows.
Brown Mrs. A. Torode, their from $29.95 to
list breadandbutter
full of -
Mrs. Ralph P. Bryan Mrs. bride wore a burgandy street 1000.00 ,
gifts as special thanks for I ,
...M. Rutledge Jr. and Mrs. length dress complimented 'V
Charles Dlnklns. Mr. Olin an orchid corsage. holiday hospitality. '..:;;;::
White presented each new mem- The bride Is a 1970 graduate There's a simple solution '. ." < '
to the of what to
ber with a Christmas corsage. "
of BUS .
and attended North Florida
Members and guests were Junior College.The bring the hostess. And the ,
seated at individual tables in is also gift-giving gets the youngsters RINGSIN
the main club room. Each able groom a graduate into the act, too.
of BUS, class of 1969, attended w.nk
was covered with a white North Florida Junior Collegeand It all starts In the kitchen
cloth and was centered with a Is Analusla with an easy-to-follow recipe -
now attending
Ingle red candle encircled with Junior College InAnalusla,Ala. Christmas cookie cutters 14 KARAT .In
holly. food coloring and candy GOLD
One corner of the room depicted trimmings.Once .
a typical; family sitting the batter Is ready, V a
room. An old-fashioned fireplace Cross Country the kids have their chance to Wai
and lighted Christmastree Team Party cut out their favorite cookie O4P 22eed6'U
dominated the scene. On shapes. "
the piano was an arrangementof Held SaturdayThe After the aroma of freshly ; ,
red roses. An Impressive baked cookies fills the house, ''A '
arrangement of red polnsetttas
and I fly was placed on the BUS Cross Country the youngsters set up for the MOT EACH MEMBER COMPLETE SELECTION
next while the cookies of her
cente: of the stage. The floral Team, who are the 1971 district step ; TO CHOOSE FROM
p :tees used in the decor- champions, held a party) ; cool.When k FAMILY set into one of these ,
ating Jf the auditorium were Saturday afternoon and eveningat the bookies have 'b.autlfullewel...", each piece
donate d by Larry's Florist the home of Mr. and Mrs. cooled the children start | available in from 1 to 7 birth- FROM c
The tea table In the sunroom Herbert Parsons at Camp Mont decorating the treats with
was covered with a white cut- gomery. candy sprinkles, gum drops [ MOMS of yovr inbo= :.. 16.95 U
work cloth: overlaid with green Ten of the members and their and other sweet toppings.
net The centerpiece was an parents had a hamburger cook- Sugar icing can be made MADE UP IN
I arrangement of red carnationsand out, followed by swimming, canoeing with a few drops of coloring MOTHERS 2
holly In an antlijite silver and games. During the mixed in, for glazing the ONE DAY ':EARRINGS
fruit bowl blanked by flve- evening the boys and guestssat cookies. BRACELETS
; c1l1lftrcaadeJabrawt l around a big camp Ore The cookie gift tins are BRACELETS NECKLACES
lighted green tapers. and swapped stories. The team then covered with gay wrap- RINGS I '
Presiding at the silver tee also presented their coach, ping paper or coloring creations With
and coffee sendees at each end George Loper, with a gift of prepared In advance. Attachment For AH PENS_
of the table were former club appreciation., THE CHILDREN'S PICTURES
presidents' : Mrs. C. H. Nas- Piggybank Budgets :
worthy, Mrs J. E. Griffin *' *+ + +* wrt
Mrs. Edward: Hall and Mrs Little Women Children searching for
R. A. Green.During holiday gifts to please Mom You Always Get.The Best At "
the tea hours,soft recorded MeetfMonday can probably find somethingJust IiaDItIlItI
Christmas carols and right at local beauty Starke's Largest Quatity Jeweler .
hymns\ were played In the background The UttW Women's Ctab met counters.Piggy-bank budgetscan
.\, Monday. night at the club house afford many of the ....
Co-hostesses where Christmas decorationswere simple-bat Important-
I I noon were Mrs. JV.Crabp. used and gifts exchanged. beauty Items. Mom needs
\ and Mrs. John Greene. They Invitations for the ChrIstmas every day.Suggestions might
were assisted by' Mrs Jack formal were given out,Hostesses Include: emery boards cot- JEWELRY
flaxen, chairman of the social for the evening were ton balls facial tissues. Chil WHX1AMS
department, and her commit Misses Connie Chaateen. Vicki dren-wrapped,these presentsare .
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Gib Brown Named -ii iiIt

cN Shriner Of YearNoble r

r ; Gib Brown Bradford tlons were given to Santa for Sure Is A Merry Christmas

\ County; Clerk,was named Shriner the children who are patientsIn

tti&'j NW ] of the Year at the Starke the Shrlners Crippled: with!
J Shrine Club's annual Christmas; Children's Hospital In Greenville -
rem party; at the Starke Golf and S.C.
Country Club Saturday, Dec. 11. 70,Nobles and their Udlos an Better Baldwin ;:
t The award Is given in-recognition enjoyed dancing to the music Buys
of outstanding service to of The Melody Boys from (
the club during the year Club Morocca Temple. the
president Charles Dinkins, left

r.. above presents the Shriner of Christmas decorations were j' '
V the Year trophy to Brown. used throughout the club rooms. L)
Special guest at the party; was Festivtf.es began with the ( Think)
the official Santa Claus of Mor- social hour. Dinner, served buffet 'N'NJust .
occa Temple, Chauncey Moore, style; was catered by Dan .
Pictured at Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary Christmas tea last Friday are During the evening contribu- Fielder of Jacksonville.

I (standing, from left): Mrs. Walter King, George Conova, hospital administrator; 7% FEDERAL EXCISE TAX REBATE HAS| f

Mrs. Janice Batts, and Mrs. Canova. Scaled is Miss Lillian Stump auxiliary{ presl Living Plants Mrs. P.O. Fancier. and

dnt. Mrs. Nancy Gunter were In
Make A NiceChrisbnas Cocoa last Thursday where BEEN APPROVED BY CONGRESS !

Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford Mrs. Fancher had eye surgery. .
of Tavares and Anna, Ill. were GiftThe Enroute home they visited Mr. )
last Wednesday and Thursday and Mrs.Edgar Gunter and family Just In Time For Christmas Save
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. In Eau Gallic.
holiday season is In full
Early. swing and one of the nicest Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner

r Mrs. Jimmy Newman and gifts you can give Is a living gave a family dinner/ party' Sunday BIG S
I II IM children of Fort Lauderdale are plant. With only a week to go for Mrs. raulkner's father
visiting her parents, Mr. and in the last mad rush for things Emery Lewis, on his 84th birth
Clemons this week. Florida Nurserymen and Grow day. Eighteen members of the
Mrs. Roy
I pt, ers Association members can family attended." Money Now On New 1972 Chevrolets Like
and Mrs. Jim Chasteen do you a favor by deliveringyour

Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Grtf- Christmas selected plant Not as is a Lt. Jim Douglas of Ellsworth: Never Before But If That's Not The Way
and Mrs. Donald present. only Air Force
fis and Mr. Base, Rapid City; \
Carter were In Tallahasseeover the gift more appreciated because South Dakota arrived home 13ec. You Want To Go How About A Good Used
the weekend to attend the it will live for years, 15 on leave of absence with ,

Office Division Christmas of Corrections social.Central but It environment.also helps to If preserveour the plant 28.family and friends until f Dec. (But Not Abused)

happens to be a tree, leaves
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Pear- will later fall to the soil and
son visited Mr. and Mrs. W. promote more living soil Mr. and Mrs. Bill] Meng and
B, Nabors in Slmpsonville, S. through the composition of the Miss Fhyliss Meng spent the USED
Mrs. Louis Kite and Mi-ss Stump or* sn with new C, and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. foliage. You might recall thata weekend with Mr. and Mrs. CAR
I hospitality cart which was built by Lo Champion for the Mozlngo in St. Stephen, S, C. tree will supply about four Carlton Meng at St. Simons
auxiliary to present to the hospital. from Wednesday to Sunday. tons of oxygen; for whole year. Island, Ga.Junior .
So think of your neighbors and ,
Mrs. Roy Chasteen of Lake your friends when you purchasethat
Auxiliary Holds I'"' Geneva Is a patient in the Pa- living plant as a gift. ClubStresses/

Christmas Tea carriage.1 latka a heart Memorial attack.Hospital following cold.Some Petunias plants ,are for tolerant example of, Value Some Fine Trade- Ins Are On Our Lot

.( can freeze solid and still sur-
1t.\ HospitalThe / .., Mrs H. 11, Adams and Mrs.J vive. Pansies can also withstand Of PageantContestThe i
H. Moseley visited Mrs. adverse weather. Nurserymen Now For Your Selection
Bradford County; Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan Carrie Herlong In Saluda S. suggest that you protect those Junior Woman's Club of
staff and employees were hon- m, Palatka announce the birth C. last Wednesday and Thurs- plants that cannot survive the Starke recently announced
ored at a tea Friday from 9 of a daughter, 1 Karen Sue Dec. day and brought Mrs. Herlong extremely cold periods. Use sponsorship of the "Miss Bradford 1968
a. m. to 3 p. m. In the hospital 9, at Putnam Memorial Hospi- back with them for the week- a heavy cover such as old Scholarship Pageant to be r Dodge 2 Door Sedan 1968 Mercury Montego MX ,1
library given by the Bradford tal. Grandparents are Mr. and end. blankets, thick insulation materIal held February 19 at the BUS
County; Hospital Auxiliary.The Mrs. Nell Joyner and Mr. and or even cardboard auditorium with !Mrs. Jim Law- '1 6 Cyl. Standard With Heater, WSW Tire This .Is Truely A Nice Car, One Owner, l
tea table was covered Mrs. Leaton Morgan Jr., all Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof boxes. No plants have ceased son as general chairman. U"1And Vinyl Trim. Still In Warranty, Clean At New, Air
with a damask cloth with two of Starfco. Jacksonville were weekend growing at this time of year. Young women entering the Ir Conditioned.
long red satin streamers running -, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bobble The root system, however,continues contest must be between the Must Go $895 I
the length of the table; Shaller. to be active and supplies ages of 18 and 28 on Sept. 1, Christmas Special $1895
The centerpiece was a white, her Mrs.sister Vergie Mrs.Flynn Bessie visited Faxon the top growth with nutrientsand 1972; must be a high school 1968 Olds 88 4 Door Sedan t ,
red and with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldonand water. Strong winter winds graduate 1
gold arrangement by Sept 1972 must
and daughter. Donna In Gainesville deplete the limbs and branchesof ; i Power Steering And Brake Radio & 1910 Olds Vista \
tall red tapers In the middle. family of Jacksonville never have been married; and Wagon
Members of the Auxiliarywere over the weekend. Saturday overnight guests of moisture so it Is Importantto must reside within} a 75 mile IJ I ,1 Heater, Air Conditioned. I f
hostesses at the table Local admittances to Bradford Mrs. Gladys Weldon. keep the soil moist In of orderto radius of Starke. Loaded With Extras, Very Clean' One
during the three shifts of the County; Hospital this week preserve top your Poise, beauty, and talent are Christmas Special $1295 Owner Car, Soft Yellow With Wood Pan '""

staff. include: Mrs. Blanche Kennedy\ Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bolling- plants.Now is an excellent time to the three major requirements, eling. ,
were In Tallahassee over and each will
er contestant be
Mae Cottle
Ella Mrs.
think about pruning peach 1966 Cornett 4
your Dodge Door
Goldie Crist, Mrs. Millie Wal- the weekend visiting their son- Judged In evening sown in
in-law and daughter Mr. and trees. ihe orooer form and swimsuit and In the Christmas Special $3495
Joe Meng entered the Gainesville ker, Mrs. Louise Kite, Joseph Mrs. Jan Douglas. shape of a well pruned peach presenta- 6 Cyl, Automatic Transmission' Radio, /
Medical Center Tuesday David Llzenbee, Mrs. Llnnle tree should be gnat ot a oas- tion of her talent. Heater, Runs Good.Christmas .
for eye surgery. Anderson Mrs. Gertrude Kauffinan Mrs. Mark Hamilton and children hot open in the center with !Mrs. Lawson points out that 1967 FORD 3/4/ TON 1
Emmett Elder and Wil-
of Tampa spent the week- fruiting branches on the out- In almost every national Miss Special $695
Leon Conner Is a patient In liam Godwin Starke; Earl C. and side. Watch for scale on America Pageant there have I
Mr. your
end with her parents,
Hospital following Crockett and Donald W.Martin 6 Cyl Engine Fleetside Good Solid
General ,
Alachua Mrs. N, B. Rosier and Mr. and peach trees. This may manifest been state queens who have J
eye surgery Monday. Ralford; Mrs.Connie Elsie Crawford Mum- Mrs. S. W, Hamilton while Mr. Itself in a white growth. presented dramatic readings or 1968 Olds 98 LS Sedan Truck. I
Lake Butler; Mrs. A comedy monologues as their
Hamilton was on National Guard spray of Malathion or Eth-
Marvin Cassells of Chevy ma, Melrose; William L. Mrs.Rey- duty; at Camp Standing. Ion will help to control the talent presentations. "Any potential Fully Loaded, One Owner, Everything Christmas Special $1395 l'
nolds, Keystone Heights, have
Chase, Md. and Mrs. Elizabeth scale. Repeated applicationsmay entrant may an works
Perfectly Is
Dee S, Saxon and Mrs. Joan Ready Co.
Davis of Fort Lauderdalewere Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ar- be necessary. unrealized talent, she said.
Friday and'Saturday Durrance Hampton. mltage. George Trask, Mr. and Now is a good time to think Judging of the candidates will Christmas
$1895 CHEVY
Special 1/2/ TON
guests of Mrs. Nelson Green Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews Mrs. Aron Trask and Mr. and about ground covers. The mon- be based on the same valuesas
do grass type; ground cover can considered at the Miss I Florida -
Mrs. P.L.
Kantor of Lakeland
and family and attended the funeral spent. Thursday to Sundav at ; 6 Cyl. Standard Transmission
be easily transplanted at this Pageant and the !National; Radio 1
Mrs. E.R. Carter, Mr.and Mrs.
of Mrs. H.C. Wlmberhr Tampa and Treasure Island 1910 BUICK WAGON
Miss America Heater
B.J. Jackson Mrs. Richard time of Year. It will make a
Friday. Beach Campbell Mr and strong vigorous root system "This Is a wonderful opportunity >.,
Mrs.George Power Steering 8. Brakes, Radio, Heater
during the remaining winter ; for young ladles," Mrs. !
Pate and
Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Christmas I $1195
Alexander of Jacksonville; Mr. months ready for strong top Lawson said. "In 1970, the !Miss\ Air Conditioned, Clean And Low Mileage Special
in the spring. Rye America Pageant, through Its
grassis Christmas
Mrs. Bill
EplIng, S.P. Kirby a brlghtgree.lfyouplantedlt state and local competitions, Special $2595
W.J. Kirby of Lake City; ; provided than $850,000 1968 FORD 1/2/ TON
Mr. and Mrs. John Paul GllIlson. eaf Her In the fall maybe It Is more
Charles Cliilson of too bright a green and on the in scholarships to young wo- 1910 Plymouth Duster 340 Coupe
rtlf lison. Charles Cliilson of yellowish side. If It Is, you ment. This is the largest scholarship Clean As New, New Paint And EngineSpecial .
Green Cove Springs and Mrs. should apply an application of foundation for womenIn 340 V8 Engine, Radio, Heater, Automatic
Marion C. Williams of Wllilg. a mixed chemical fertilizer. world Over $40,000 In Transmission, All The Fancy Interio .
scholarships was provided in $1495
ton attnded the funeral of EarlB Check with your local nursery- Florida last And Exterior Trim.Christmas .
Searing Saturday. men for the spreader setting year through state
and the type; fertilizer to use. and local competitions. In addition Special $2195
to a scholarship, :Miss
Among the students home for
the holidays are: Wayne Blan- Jf.",. 't% Florida Is also awarded gifts, (SPECIAL) (SPECIAL)
kenship and Bill Adams from makes several personal 1 1970 Ford Mavrkk Coupe
University; of Georgia; Brant appearances during her reign,
JULIAN E. McRAE Turner from Valdosta State and competes In the :Miss\ America | 6 Cyl.. Standard With Air Conditioning. 1963 Rambler, 6 Cyl., Runs Good.
College; Kathy Myers from Pageant In September,"
Flagler College and Anne Ter- the chairman added.
Here's evidencehe willegar from Wesleyan Col- "Every young girl dreams of Christmas Special $1395 $299.95

has more to offer you.He's lege.Michael young becoming lady Miss who Is America.selected The as ,

and Bobby Sheppardof p, the first :Miss! Bradford Count1could ;>
Brunswick, Ga. 'were Tues- reach that goal," Mrs.
just won the highest!: award day visitors of their grand- 0t Lawson said. t
a lire Insurance man can win: the mother, Mrs. 1 Kate Sheppard.Mrs. More complete Informationmay
Award be obtained by contacting a
coveted National' Quality
by the National Associationof James A. Ryder of MIami I the chairman at Box 928, Starke.
given Life Underwriters.. visited her aunt. Mrs. J.E. !j Mk'4
Wilson from Monday to Wed-
Few men are so honored Only nesday.
those who demonstrate exceptional TIlE BRADFORD
ability in serving their clients : Mr. and Mrs.Bobby Crawfordand F COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Life of Georgia is proud to have children of Providence 1
help and pent Sunday with Mrs. Betty; Published every Thursdayat
men like this ready to you
Crawford and Mr. and Mrs.
1.18 W. Call Street
your McRae.
Barney ,6
(! You Lillie Thorn i.ill < m Starke, Florida 32091

him today He has more to titter Mrs. Evelena Thomas of ,",, -----.
in life, health or !group: insurance. Brooker and Jennings Thomasof Note to Sanla A aura way 19 Second class poiUge paidat U.S. 301 North Phone 9$4-7500v
Mobile Ala. were weekend captivate all the .belle on your SUrke Florida
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.L. ChrUlma lid in to sift them STARKE FLORIDA I
Life of Georgia Thomas. with wardrobe of Shin-Sh.m. Subscription Rates II
Burlington: Flnt Edition, In trade art: fS.OO per
(,1.Lxx......c"M': Miss Louise Stern Is In Atlanta by I
which transform every hoe In. year; $2.13 ill month
Wednesday to Friday attending "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"l1EC
boot .ndare
the Luzlor Jubilee sales to a cuNlom Instantly OuHlde trade area $3.50
meeting banq.letand Christmas no light and flexible thai. per year; $3.00 six month
they) fold neatly away In a corner
part;)'. of a pur....

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Si tight A 's ? t., awrhhraa JVe.c* And Activities

'rom Page 1))

off Acres. Her subjects r THE RECCENTER
are physical science horn

ecoA: e.. algebra n, typing;
I, an..English.!
Joy Saxon daughter of Mr.
and Mr*. Edward G. Saxon of +
Hampton. Her subjects are f BANTAM BASKETBALL
home economics PE, algebra
I. physical science UUc I, WITH STARKE BUILDERSAND
and English. KOCH DRUGS
Joy Debbie and Hjalmar POSTING WINS
were kept off the straight A Opening game of the 1971 Bantam -
list the first six weeks by Boys Basketball League
one B' each, all In physical was quite exciting and saw the
education.AB Builders team come from behind -
In the closing minutes of
honor roll students by the game to post a 38-36 win.
class are: The game was nip and tuck
all the way with the biggest
SENIORS- Larry Batten Cindy
point difference at any time
Chesser Nancy Crews,Beverly not being than five
more points. AT
Dur den Hundreds of onlookers lined Coll Street the annual
Crowell Teresa Saturday to view Christmas Parade Starke Builders led 9-6 at the
Sharon Eiland. Kay Eppe.Roger sponsored by Stork merchants. This I'S at the 'Intersection of Call and Walnut; the entry end of the first quarter. In the
Eunice Albert Fayson, Joan 'It one of several by the Junior' Women. second quarter,Goodman's out
Criffls. Vicky Henry. Joantlln- scored Builders 8-4 and helda _

son Lester Becky Pam Morris Jackson Trlsh Carmen My zella Dubose Fayanne Farabee. Vocational Rehabilitation >11 i.__r euepiciona then uoroughiyaroused H-13 lead at half time 9 rd24t
she backed out the
Harriet Faulkner, Camille Gas-
Doris Linda KOCH DRUGS
ers, Overstreet Honor 63
door and "I I
closed. think
Powell Esther Romero Delores sett. Darlene Hobbs Paul Hut- Roll10 GRADE CONNER INSURANCE 34 RESTAURANTTHURSDAY
even locked It.
Sapp Ruttiell Smith JanIce chins, Ricky Jackson Donald: Charles Mathews The second game was a rout
She went back to the truck
Stencil, Beverly Strunk.Ja- Loper, Janet McCrary, Cindy 11th GRADE as Koch Drugs led by J Kent
and got In, and had her handon
nel Titus Bonnie Trlsler McLeod. Ricky Mott, Tells Norman Glenn Sellers, Freddie Ste the Ignition.key then froze Hampton walloped Conner Insurance
Frank Whltenack. Ralph YAIl- Mary Pearsall, Donna wart. 65-34.
when the shout from the
ale, James Gladleux Marie Prevatt, Goorlene Rodrlquez, back Koch's scored 19 points In
now open door.
Guflirle Richard Tomlinson.JUNT6RS Randall Sirmans, Geraldine !" the first quarter to Conner's
John Berry Anna Tucker. Debra Vlckery Watson, Paula Linda Escape. "I gave them the keys to eight In the second quarter, ON
Walden Jency Koch's added 17 while
Bickel, Carol Bloodworth Deb- the truck and asked them pleasenot more
bie Hobo, Martha Buckley Peg- Young. Conner could score only six.Koch' .
From 1)) to hurt me, Mrs. Reddish
( Page NIGH1S
gy Clayton Hnadson Cohens, FRESHMENTerracena Barber reports. had a 36-14 half time
Davis, utility room, and opened the lead.
Sylvester lIatcherr- Amy Blalock, Kenny Cau- They took her Into her daugh
Mike Cissy, Gayle back door.
ter's bedroom tied her hands
ryl Milliard, Doretha Hudson I ey, J Kerry Clayton, Sandra Immediately she saw several behind her back and tied her SMALL FRY BASKETBALl.The
Cindy Mitchell Nancy Norton. I Dobbs: Joan Dyal Susan Heltt coats plied on a couch In the ankles, with neckties.They also Small 'Fry Basketball
Elaine Sherman Becky Slemer ,, Eve Futch Carl Hunslnter den. Mrs. Reddish first thought stuffed a tie into her mouth, Program Is underway for boys
Toni Stone Lamar Strong II Kathy Jones Joy Lame, her husband had returned home and wrapped another around ages 7, 8. 9 years old. Half shell
Wayne 'lesion Sandra Tomlln iharon Lavender, ;Pam Macy unexpectedly and gone Into the her head to gag her. Sessions are held each Tuesday Oysters THE
son William Watson. Emily I Debra Manning, Donna. Pauloy, closet. "Then one asked the other, and Thursday afternoons.
Williams. loy Starling Sheila Starling, "Should we take her?"
SOPHOMORESJames Cau- !Marcy Sullivan Tla Thornton, "But he wouldn't have left "
"No Just tie her feet was
ley James Aaron Davis Mar I Diane Yawn, Jan Searle. coats piled around like that." the answer. Then Stoneman and 10 Indicted : NI.35 1.75

r Faucett left In Reddlsh's three- DOZEN
(From Page 11) -
year old green Ford pickup I
with a cow frame on the body.
Because of the slick silk scribed the operation as one j
Have Not Been Mrs. Reddish was able to free of the largest and "most 801J1lsUcated" -
Things Going her hands almost immediate In Florida, employing j
ly. lookouts equipped with
I But she waited until she heard walkle-taude radios and firearms j SHRIMPSERVED A1i
Well Lately? the truck drive off to look deployed In the woods
out a window. She saw the truck surrounding the cottages. ,
turning left out of the lane Robert Clnley of the Narcotics I (
and going west down SR-225. and Dangerous Drugs f-
Then she ran across a field Bureau In Jacksonville said I
that PCP, one of the main
to a barn near the highwayin
\ Items taken In the raid Is a I
\ front of her home, and
\ controlled drug used by vet-
'I'I,1 / flagged down a passing car.
\ Two cars passed and didn't erinarians as an animal tranquilizer WITH BAKED PATATO OR FRENCH FRIES
When used by human
/ see her waving, but the third It produces hallucinations AND TOSSED SALAD
stopped and took her to a phone beings
and result In
can even
... _- where she called her husband death he said.
none the worse for wear except -
l ::: for having been scared.
tf..L- : .
F The house was a mesa Mrs.
(/ l/ Reddish had wondered why they
didn't put her in the master
t) bedroom, then saw why when

-' l.. 11 :;:rp.-..: .:r1. -;;." she found a big ham left in ttie CENTRAL HEAT
middle of the bed where the
wkC .:,......
pair had been eating.The escapees !
didn't bother to be neat .
but ate the ham as they roamed I
about the house, throwing down
c fat wherever they were.
They also left an unfinishedhalf
C \ gallon of milk on the living -
room sofa staining It.That.
g) j \ besides all the mud strung over Completely Installed !
\ the home and mess in the bath-
room whore the pair had show-
ered and changed Into her hus

You Can band's clothes. WE PROVIDE TEMPORARY
Tile Hard Knocks "One of them had on his white
1 dress shoes and a gold striped
sweater. The other wore a pair HEAT DURING INSTALLATION WORK.
of green pants and hand tooled

leather Though Jacket the escapees" had apparently IF NEEDED

been In the house a
rf\\\\\i good while, they stayed only
about 10 minutes after Mrs.
\ \ ) Reddish arrived home. They
would have stayed in the house
I .* '. ?! until somebody came home and
provided them with transportation I I
to leave the area. Red-
i dish says "even If they'd had
to stay all night! "

l/ The pair eluded authorities
1 and nothing was heard from
I the truck as late as Tuesday.
But an employee of Dave Paulk.
Mrs. Reddlsh's father saw a
truck mired In a mud hole
\ in the woods about eight miles Here is what you get:
\ from Waldo over the weekend
wnen he was hunting.lie thoughtit e 80,000 BTU Carrier Furnace
belonged to another hunter.
Robert Starling Jr. thought e Thermostat controls
0 nothing missing more truck about was It discussed until the e Seven air supply ducts 795

by Paulk Monday. Starling had e One return air duct
not heard about the incidentat :
Of the Reddish home until he e All labor and materials
Life Better If You Have A returned to work Monday.When :
Paulk described the truck,Star Completely'
ling recognized it as being like) Installed

Savings Account As A Stabilizer! the mud one west he of Waldo.saw stuck In the

i Paulk and Starling went to
the truck straight-wired it. r
and brought It back to Reddish rI s
TRY OURS Tuesday afternoon. On the way
home they met a state trooperwho
did not stop them.
Found in the bushes near the
CHILDREN truck were a shot gun of Red-
Once again First dish's and a tool box.

Federal and Florida State Telephone Company do Since has reported then a witness seeing the In truck Wal Air Added 2 $

f [ nave a line Mo Me north pole. Call Santa now at parked Not knowing near a vacant the truck building.was Conditioning f80: 590We

964 8000rftiiji j jOw jf It.stolen But he a thought coat and nothing sweater of .

belonging to Reddish were found
in the vacant building. Service All MakesAIR PHONE
The fugitives are mil charge


Hours: THATThe

Frld'J 'i1"''' to 334e: ,
Closed .,

} a mistake must ret mighty AND APPLIANCES
{ tired of doing nothl.ig.
.i ..... Harold S. May, The Florence
.) ..... ass we..erasr srsert
..-..-... (Ala.! ) Herald.A 332 W. Madison St. P"-.964-7701
I dime is a dollar with all
IWI', 1 rh...... the taxes taken out.-George

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Facts are always interesting In which an Individual resides.
because unlike opinion, they Generally speaking, the smallerthe
have credibility and they often town, the proportionatelyless
tell a far more fascinating story drinking.For Great For Your
than opinion and fiction put example, 79% of those Buys
together. And of course we're living In cities with a population
all aware that opinion( without of one million or more use alcohol f44I 4 Great Patronage .
fact is worthless. to some degree.[ But those
I Here are a few facts which living in cities under one millionare
less to be boozers 1i'Y": : 7 Left-Ends
I may prove to be real eye-open likely Days Dec. 24th
% of
era to some, based on studies that Is only 70 these drink.
made by Harold A Mulford, And only 60% of all rural people
Ph.D., of the University of are drinkers Preflnfshed Moulding For Paneling -15% OFF
e The Middle Atlantic states ,
V'w: Iowa. Data is for 1963:
\ .K furnish the largest
A total of 71% of all Americans percentageof
drinkers, with I B8% of r
drink to some degree.
them imbibing to degree.
Broken down by sex, 79% of
This area includes New York,
all males drink, while 63% of
New and Pennsylvania.
all females use alcohol. This Jersey
: The of least is
e area drinking
L reflects a notable Increase in 1 1I
centered In the four states of 1
the percentage of Americanswho Mississippi. Alabama, Tennessee
_. _. drink compared to a similar and Kentucky where only
study made at the close of
World War Two, when only 65% 33% drink!
Lee Hardenlwaok Earns of the total population drank.Of It's also interesting to note I BEST LINEPANELING
that while individuals with
j a
I this number 75% were males
four-year college education
and 56% females.
drink at the rate of 89%, those ,
Eagle Scout Ranking Americans between the ages. with more than four years of BY ABITIBI l'jl jfl i
of 21 and 45 do the most drinking college drink at the rate of only
'-' -78% In this age group. 79%. Lowest Price Ever
Lee Ilardenbook.17.yearoldIon Island of Okinawa in the F.- A member of Explorer Post Only ,66% In the 46-to-55 group Here in Florida. It's the job
drink while the percentage of Reg.
of Mr. and Mrs. Don Har cUte: at the age of eight. 970 sponsored by the Florida those over 55 who drink slidesto of Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation **
denbrook, Is congratulated by Since then he has followedthe National Guard Hardenbrook 59%. Program to do what it can $7.77 Sfi I

Rev. DeWitt Farabee pastor rugged road to scouting lives at 604 W. Market Road, to prevent alcoholism and to Sheet ''
of the First United Methodist with the will and determination Starke. Religion-wise here's the break. encourage treatment for those
Church upon receiving the It takes to become an down: Sixty-three percent of who have become alcoholics.One 6 Patterns {
highest award In scouting. Eagle Scout. those who call themselves Protestants of the ways we can help
lIar gle Scout ranking Sunday In Bradford High School. He Is population drinks; while as much Informationon Reslt'-,
ceremonies at First Methodist president of the BUS band Loud voice oa the bust '1 90% of the Jewish faith uses the subject as Is possible. da.till Jr i & ;
Just hope that Santa
Clausand alcohol. Write today for literature. Just NJ
Church with family, and friends treasurer of the Senior Class, '
In attendance ilardenbook began and a member of the debating .- I are in the same phase." There's an Interesting parallel address FARP's Information Studs* 1 JE5?
which be drawn between '
Ms scouting career on the team. can Services Box 1147 Avon Park ResistantflemJodt
drinking and the size of the town Fla., 33825. i ia
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Mft U .M*ndt i-e.t 1L1tI ww M"- the nextslxyears. i each of us must makama private sible. It Ira
foresee over Tiaed ,
dump Inyowrdty.
to .supervisor,'councilman! +>state treatment
that, "I Use'less el fTurn: off
confession ama ctlclty.
destroying the earth/ Our society produces a staggering Use phosphate-free detertents ; city
end by tn1JaJ'7.our
i representative''or congressman less than
forecast was made amount of solid wasteevery polluter. The following suggestions Use less for each wash excessive lights. Don't overuse water. water.
This gloomy or -tell them bow you feel about Is polluting\
several years ago by Dr. Albert day. Each year we Junk may seem trivial ana er-load of laundry. Veal I less Dont bum leaves and trash. Don't Jitter.If 'measures 1bat":..... to be NOted Call your grade. school and
warning personal scale, but If multiplied In Start la> compost pile. You'llhave you know of an industrypolluting .
Schweitzer as a 7 million cars, burn 20 million detergent your dishwasher. upon.-*or'.about measures high school principals to find
by the thousands, or Refuse purer':air and a better the air. water or land, .
to all mankind. tons of paper and throwaway to buy throwaway bottles ..JOU..auld'1UIe.loulaaft. Introyou're out what your school are teaching -
A* long ego aa the year 1273 ; 70 billion bottles< and cans. even millions, the impact can or'cans when this is pos garden.Don't. 'write 'the 'company presidentasklng .duced..If on ecology and the environ-
be t tremendous. For a startIng sible. Tell the .... persistent pestl- > -what be:Js4oing'abou1
a royal decree was published The sad fact Is that we sin manager of your a stockholder write /ment.
in England prohibiting the burnIng twice in wastefully discarding point, try the following: .super-market how you"feel a- aides and.. don't spray' any more it.Write the president to ask what your o.h
For short distances walk or than ls .abaoJufel011I' orcallJOUl'1oea1.
what could be reused. bout them. )
of coal in cities. Yet with
II'doing to improve
ofJndu.trlal1zaUon.En- Ecology hasn't been a household ride a bike. (This Is good' for .Take your own\ reusuable tote Never .poor'.pesticides' down 'paper" editor>about tany.issueon company
the environmental
age health and figure, too.) drains or Into streams or lakes. which are well Informed quality. .
gland's air pollution continued word very long. It is that your bag to the store.iThls will cut you 'Ask or city manager ,
your mayor
Instead Don't"Hush'1 waste 'aU''down and feel strongly about.
Use public transportation down the i .
on use of bags
deals with
to worsen until in the early branch of biology that paper about the level of sewage
19508 some four to aft the relation of living things of your car when pos and wrapping paper. the:-sewer.* Haul it to an autho- >-Wrtte 'or ,phone yyoori local r i

thousand people died In a Lon to their environment and beach ...... 4.

don As Smog far as the United States upset other.many Man relationships certainly! The has T.al'Q U7rnn Tin This. '(71ristncvs. .1inrl'V-"prp. 'Q "nIl' :
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is concerned there are six number of wildlife species on f'.1' J r ,: :
areas now endangering the official endangered list has
our "
lives, according to leading ecologlsts. Jumped from 88 to 102 in the It's time now to plan with time to advise you can footwork Is to'' break :down .9.' KEEP EYES(AND EARS .the pages carefully and study :(J' ..;,: : ;,
These are: air pollution last year. ahead, make lists and set up make your visits to local >yourill8t8iinto 1 ''categories i OPEN.You may want to alter ads from local stores r
water pollution radioactive shopping schedules. The stores a pleasure'' instead of children's 'Clothing, toys, your .lists. ;Try tonndout" ..S. BE PRAcrICA .Whether ,. (1r,
waste, trash disposal Population growth means Ideal way to enjoy the sea a chore. menswear. Jewelry, books what family and friends the gift Is simple or lav- I \:
ecological catastrophy, and more use of our mineral and son is to have all shopping Here are some other pointers 'and so forth.Thlavway'ou: would really 'like .as ;girts. .ish; it should have a purpose .
over populaUon. water resources, more pouu- done, with gifts wrapped and to help you: can accomplish more on each Hints aren't hard to coma. by, and meet the recipient's '.. '
Since: 1966 the U.S. has Increased tlon more pressure on the land. mailed, two weeks before 1. START WITH vA LIST. shopping excursion. but If you're 'uncertain,'aafc. needs. .,_ ._ M"W'H
its air pollution an- Experts say that In the United Christmas.. It's possible First write down the names :2.. PLAN AHEAD.Shopping .Shopping early gives you lee- ,6. nually. It is estimated that air States our needs for nearlyeverything with organization. of all the people'for whom trips should be scheduled for way'for'a bit- 01'' detective It's important to spend wisely ,gift ._election H_'. '_e-
pollution costs U.S. citizens will double by the Resolve this year to shop gifts must be bought. Then quiet:times of day-early in work. '' and get the most for your 'thing for thai Icmgh"ha.evciythins"
$13 1/2 billion annually. year 2,000, less than 30 years early. Don't wait until the make a further list'of thoseto the morning, during the sup .14.: SEEK INSPIRATION. money: Credit'cards., charge .pew on your lut .a
Industry Is the biggest polluter away! last minute. Better selections whom you plan to send gift per hour--.and ,organised Olft ideas will corner from accounts and i installment I traveling sleek, radio that look.
of water, cities are sec Is there anything we can do thinner crowds, moneysaving certificates.One 'with an 'eye..toward'. saving.. suggestions offered in this paying.plans 'tall help to ..equally at home on a oink or In
ond and agriculture is third. about it? specials, and salespeople way to save time and time and energy. Christmas gift section: Check budget 'the cost of 'giving. ........Faatorr.knlttryoprrmltilAM
U. S. mayors say that from Yea, says one specialist in .radio-and.wind-up Block,
$33 to $37 billion is needed this field. As a starting point, From General Electric.

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DepL New 4-H Horse Club officer ore ((1-r) Pat Phlfer. e TWO FACTORIES
treasurer; Judy Loper, secretary; Richard Carter, Pre l-

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BILLFOLDS RADIOS Richard Carter of Market Fair Grounds In Starke next
QUALITY PHOTO FINISHING PICTURE FRAMES J Road In Starke has been e- April 8. This show should at- SHOESa. f
lected President of the Bradford tract over 100 top horses from
4-H Horse Club for 1972. Florida and the Southeast {
Serving with him are Vicky The club will also sponsor
Sue Anderson Vice President! ; a number of local f-H and wI MADE TO ;
Shop At Home ) Judy Loper,Secretary; Pat PMfer open horse shows trail rides,
1 Treasurer; and Bobby Carter cook-outs, demonstrations, and I SELL FOR .f.
r S J)1 Reporter. will have representatives In
s The 4-H Horse Club Is plan- the District and State 4-H Horse S799 SQ99I *
Save Time And Money ning a number of Important Shows. ind W .
tt l$: activities for 1972. The biggest The Club meets the first !'
American each month at the :
will be Quarter Thursday
Horse Association sanctioned Agriculture Building In Starke. Ill STYlES HEELS SILHOUETTES ::.
horse show to be held at the Anyone between the age of 9 .
and 19 years that owns or has
OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT DEC. 17 TILL 9 P.M. OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON access to a horse Is eligible
for membership. If Interested,
call or contact the adult leaden FOR $388 .%

Mr. Bill Melson of Starke II'' ONLY... ..''
or Mr. Bud MillXln of Keystone ';
Heights for more Infor- '
mation about this "Action" J, Cl'loo'rom current stylet with ''r
youth group. the new look patterns For! Comfort in dress or .'.':
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SALE DAYS: THURS.. FR I.. and SAT. Tigers


r ? WaveRonnie II I :;

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PRINT PANT TOPS Mack Is quite a bas ,

"> ketball player the P.K.Yonge I .. -,> -..d", ... ." ., ..". .-. ... d." ......'... ., -.>- -.-.... .-. "" -..-...-...- ... .'.--> .' ... .... > .'
& KNIT TOPS basketball team will tell you- .
after Lake Butler handed the
I first loss of {
Machine washable 100% the Blue season Wave In a surprise 98- Open Friday Night, Dec. 17 Till 9 P.M. Open Sunday Afternoon ..

I Choooseefrom poly/blends.many stylesIn 78 The upset towering Friday.center pumpedIn ; .
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\ F new fashion colas. 12 field goals and added \ ,. frr
I IT Sizes 32-38 Misses 10 charity; shots for 34 points
% e while guiding the Tigers to

a victory.Teammate Dale Green add- ::
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ed seven shots from the field
$3 and four more from the foul ,
MENS SWEATERS OUR un line to boost Lake Butler'srecord
to 2-1. The Blue Wave .k .jt}
now also has an Identical 2- '

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Bluet A WR ic At .tenn0JtF
with a pressing and running I ,
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SOME AS LOW AS attack to rip off 34 points to II'' .';- ueri t elnnpuu*flrf'sr m" I Ij
the Wave's 19. P. K. Yonge "" .nd '
$ 44 1i i stalled In the second quarterand --= i9 $ I
-i held the Tigers to only .p. "'t.
DOUBLE KNIT nine points while doubling that
'- figure for themselves to close .
NYLON STRETCH to within seven points 4337at y JULIETTE AC-DC .;
the half. AM FM RADIOFlashTuhes
The Tigers came back In
.f : PANTS the third quarter and tackedon f'd 1 INIMr 4'011 llq 01 ,
r- seven points to their lead. IIM rqd
100%' nylon double knit Lake Butler continued their
I/ I r. = stretch with elasticized pace In the final period outscoring -
waistband and stitched the Wave 2922.
crease. AsS!.. colors In Forward Vince McGhee led
0 the Blue Wave with nine goals
y and one charity; shot for 10 X15CAMERAyy
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i added 15 and guard Billy Potter 1.-.I j-uw. Ind thorn albW

1\\ $599 Lake 14. Butler's J. V. defeated $ 93 CHORD ORGAN

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CORDUROY PARKA $' Cone EUlnson. now assistant 387S1 .88
288 athletic director at the
3 pc. tip I -oft hood knit oll.r. .
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featured speaker at the annual

Warm CORDUROY pile, Uning,BUSH 7 trap POCkel/COATS. 1 000 I I set Bradford tonight High(Thursday Football, Banquet Dec. 16)) v1 I :_\ t WALTHAM, HELBROS "1} i'fr' A MUNCEYCORN POPPER

lull bell.a- 18.NORFOLK at 730; p.m. in the BUS cafe J 17.JEWEL WATCHES ,, ,,, .
1 teria. ./ 0 ...n. J .d''', d/e\fi" and I unacS Q' pOCO'"
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JACKET MENS MENS Well known across the south "i' .. .. OUR
a s' 200 fine Elllnoon $198J. RiaIJ 333
RibKss corduroy pile lining BOOTS as a speaker was .
collar. 2 Imp pock.... &'1e. COWBOY BOOTS for 10 years a popular defensive II
"Si Brown a biacK In Brown in sloe
coach of the Florida Ga- =
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All Quarterback Club members -
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II and parents of playersare "I IRON GLASS PERK
NYLON QUILTED HARNESS BOOTS invited to attend. Admission SI.. .. drr r., 'nrfl ;: ., .
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I;j A t.'.COlors in 0-i for others Is $2.50 at the B "I I a.wllce' II l ..ev. nlur.

ROBES door. ..,,0$894 "
1588I To be honored Is the 1971 1r $1194
t / ; Bradford High grid team that 'T1 nJ.J, '

I established an 8-2-1 record,
The newest look In beating Palatka 7-0 in the -:::- GE 2 SLICETOASTER 7 Pc.TEFLON/PORCELAIN
nylon quilted robes.styleshoetess.CUl. R Braves only defeat tying St.
Choose from many Augustine 0-0. and losing onlyto COOKWARE
BIG BOYSBoot Live Oak and Bolles. The : tent ,I fon'.n n ta.r n and t Yr a.n O .n'en a,.adnom
'lottas and flairs. '71 Tornadoes crushed Ocala cMgN my c'.n.no' lad
Button down or grip. VISIT OUR NEW London Ian 4 tiacn' I In .899 Forrest 34-15 In the Sunshine ..\ ,0.$1194I :
fronts. Sizes :0 "" $1n588eto
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$ AT THE LOW PRICE OF London tan black 4 ouadfine WARING 'f
tag political campaign ", /I G.E. AUTO PERK .
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INfANTS COWBOY BOOTS UM candidate gave UK vetcr 'Itrn-I'I 0.11. U SpeeJ .
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41..14&.14&. . .............. HAMPTON........................................ iVET NEWS\*\ Community News''

By Karen Supsky Review of discharges for drug
abuse Under recent date the Hr Dfatoth HiM; WalkerL
1 pe
then. Sunday" b regu ar e-
,, .. night from a week-long stay Secretary of Defense directedthe SCHOOL NEWS toral Day. Sunday School 9:30
In Miami. Taking my four children Secretary of each militarydepartment Mi Schools In Bradford County; Evening Service 6:30.: Visitors Morning Worship 11 a.m. Dinner -
acting through
Eric, 8, Irene 6, Jon. Discharge Review Board to will close Friday for the Holidays are always welcome.Freewill will.4 be served Evening at 12:30.Wor-: ,
2, and Sean .4 months, I made review upon application,admin- and Greater League p.m. -
start after New Year Church: Hev. Jasper ship 6 p.m.
the trip by car. Aside from istrative discharges under other "
rings In the new year. Williams, pastor.Service schedule Allen Chapel A.MJE. Church
the bedlam four kids cause
than honorable conditions
follows Rehearsal will Rev. C.E. Jenkins, pastor.Sunday -
cooped up in a car we all issued solely on the basis of CHURCH NEWSEbenezer as : Tuesday 10 Morning 4
Monday and School a.m.;
be held
had a wonderful time we made of the r
personal use or Church
Baptist nfcrht Service II a.m. Choir Union
t.i. .. the trip to visit my father. possession of drugs for personal Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. Service afternoon.Praver Meeting.Wednesday Thursday nfcmt 3 p.m. at it.) James. Lake Butler -
and two brothers as well! a*
for recharacteriza
will begin with Sunday Circle and rehearsal for Evening Service 5:30.:
other relatives. tion, accordbg to M. T. Dixon, School at 9:45: ; Morning Wor- Christmas. Friday night rehe- Watch Night Service will be rr4S
. While there we exchanged director of Veterans Affairs ship 11 a.m. Brother Ronald' arsel for Christmas: programand held Dec. 30 beginning at 10 ::.
'" gifts and had a very enjoyable for tho State of Florida. .
pro-holiday hOliday.DON'T Strong will preach his trial Prayer Band. Saturday dinners p.m. The public Is Invited to -:
Dixon said each SecretaryIs
,1" \ :
( sold the attend.
will be from ;
( authorized to issue discharge sermon In this service. a
: :' ?' 'I. FORGET! under honorable a condi-- -- .-- .-. .-. .-... ..-. 110.- .-..... ....-
Judging of most decorativeand tions when the sole reason for :.::.
most original ornament' the discharge other than hon- ...
h ;... on homes will decided Thursday orable condition was personaluse
Dec. 23. Be sure to get of drugs or possession of V
your lighting up and turnedon drugs for personal use.In those Our
by 7:30: for the judges. cases finalized or In processedon :
or before July 7, 1971.
SANTA CLAUS is coming to Other crimes or transgressions -

Kathy Brown 18, of Hampton town! committed In conjunctIon -
The annual Children's Christmas with drug usage or pos-
was guest of honor i
Party will be held Satur- Business
Monday night at a shower giv- session, are not covered In
en in her honor by Jo Anne day night starting at 7 o'clockon this policy.
The accompanying photo represents Hazel Thomas 48, and a res- Hicks, Edith Herman. Florrle December 25, Christmas Former servicemen will be
five generations on ident of Hampton since 1967, Davis, Nanny Watterson, and Day. Santa will be there to delight advised of the result of such -
one side-- from left to right: Nett Griffin. Kathy's marriageto the kiddies and refresh- review and the Veterans Administration -
Lomle Frier I tola Wanton Hazel has three children Including Bill Sanders, of Vero Beach, menu' will be served. will be notified
Thomas, Patricia HoltGos- Pat. She sat as councilwoman Is scheduled to take place on Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Allenof of the names of former servicemen Hours I
in Hampton for two years, end- Santa Barbara, Calif arrived -
nell, and Torrance Holt. January 7 In the Bradford Coun- whose discharges are
ing her tenure this past elec- courthouse. last Tuesday to spend upgraded.In .
Mrs. Frier, 87, the motherof tion. She is employed by the. ty The punch bowl rested on a the week with her parents, Mr; conjunction with this Information I.
four children (Dola being State Welfare Department.Mrs. flowered scarf, and red tapers and Mrs. Dan Johnson. While application should be i :
one), is still very active. liaisIng Gosnell, 27, also of were used to enhance the refreshment there they also visited Marylee's made'' to the appropriate Discharge
chickens and doing all her Hampton has two children, both table,which was cov- sisters June Haddock, Review Board onDD293,
own cooking and housekeeping boys, Terrance and Gerald and ered with a linen cloth. Dot Williams and family, and applications of review of discharge -
keep her occupied.She currently Is expecting another., As she Virginia Crawford and Nett Frances Broome and family. or separation and a : 24 hours I
lives In Majo. Is In the family way. her duties Griffin both made cakes for personal appearance Is not ne- a day [
are in and about the home the occasion and the bride- PINE 'LEVEL NEWSBy cessary. Dixon said that cases -
Dola Blanton, 65, of Bradon- with interests directed towards elect received many lovely and following strictly within
ton and Lake Okeechobee, Is her new arrival. useful gifts.Between the criteria as stipulated, will
in retirement with her husband Terrance, 8, Is a very for- 40 and 45 guests en- Mrs. A. B. Whitehead be considered even If previously : :
from the grocery store business tunate child, having five living Joyed this occasion with the heard and denied without the 7 days week I
they hud In Bradenton. grandmothers, three on his mo honoree. submission of new pertinent and
She has two children, one being ther's side, and two on his fathers Well folks we have about ten material evidence. Dixon fur-
Hazel, pictured next. side. ITEMS OF INTEREST more days before Christmas.Boy ther advised that the statutory I
Wlliard Thomas, after being what a rush to get that limitations of Section 1553 of :
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.:, w .... tack earlier this month Is recuperating the gifts all wrapped. United States Code will apply Enjoy round-the-clock banking with us. ::i

General rarm & Western i nicely. If all con- op Mr.Jr.and of Mrs.Jacksonville George Bish-were meaning applications must be By mail. Making deposits or paying loans :
he submitted within 15 of
ditions stay as they are. years
:r.: Lal<* Supply Lake f Is expected home sometime next visiting her parents, Mr. and the date of discharge.Any is as easy as mailing a letter.
ButUr ,
Better Mrs. A. B. Whitehead, Saturday
.v week. He had Just begun recovering former serviceman need-
i from another attack and also went to see the Ing assistance with this should Come in for a free "x

<< f# several weeks ago, when this oerade In Starke. contact his office at Post Office Bank-by-Mail form. :1 t
J. f latest one occurred. The parade was really good. Box 1437, St. Petersburg,
1: CAS' Ada Mae (Sister; ) Thomas, The band and drill team really or any office of the Veterans Better yet, ask for one by mall. ;;
and Jane Hartley spent last put on a good performance.Looks Administration or local County ...
I" weekend In Daytona:) Beach.They as if Mr. Cassels will I; Veteran Service Office, Dixon --..
i attended a party and Sister have to take pep pills to step -.
says. .
STORE HOURS with that" band! :...
i O.C 13.24rr was well pleased with the notice .....
that. her evening gown drew. THANKS FOR'PROTECTING
8:00 Her sister, Patricia, CHRISTMAS PARTY S=
: A.M. To designedand
made It herself. The Ladles Prayer Grouphad ,.
8:00: P.M. f Mike Henderson, president of their Christmas party at the THEM'Chrlitmai ',
the Crusaders for Christ Youth home of Mrs. Marklee Moodyon I

Ii I Group of the First Baptist Road 100 last Friday night. + ei : FLORIDA 1 :
The house beautifully
l Church, was honored with a was very
# I surprise party celebrating his decorated. The ladles all have
i {grand 19th birthday. The party; was secret sisters and they all exchanged -
4'z given by his sister, .Debbie, gifts and told who their "BANK AT STARKE
on Friday, Dec. 10 at his homeIn sister was.Songs were sung and
i BOOTSJEANSSHIRTSSUITS j Starke. Those (helping Mike new sisters for the coming year
enjoy games, songs around the were drawn. Refreshmentswere Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
served In the dining room.
piano and refreshments were
I SADDLES AND TACK I Jimmy Davis, Phyllis Griffin, During the evening Steve Johns
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
Denise Rahme, Gail and Joy called from Mexico and we all
.f:;: For The Hard To Find Sizes CheWith iI t Saxon, and Sharon Williams. got to speak to him. He saidto -
;:: Debbie was assisted In entertaining tell everyone hello and to why
I Us. j
: :: by her mother. write to him. trctm..-one of the

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Jmtijj ____ Grace United Methodist: Sun- attended the wedding of Cath- Jacksonville spent Saturday to
f day School 9:15: : a.m., Worship erine Hall to their grandson Monday with Mr. and Mrs. P.
4 MrM + services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Jody Thomas In Live Oak on L. Dlnklns.

NEW will be MYF 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Saturday. Mrs. Bell Payne of Orange
? by the Jim
From the Combo. Wednesday 7 p.m. W.S.C.S. met Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Springs visited her son-ln-larr
bring made of the Ladles Ten- at the Church on Tuesday even- Jr and family of Homestead and daughter Mr. and Mrs. E-
on this Group which plays each 4- Ing of last week. were overnight guests of Mr. mory Eunice and children Monday
Is going to morning are im- : Church of God: Sunday School and Mrs. W.F. Moore. and 'r'ueaday.Retmard .
thing to reservations."u tremendously. It sure 10 ajn., Worship services 11 Mr and Mrs. K.L. Bradleywere
in many a going to be difficult to ajn. and 7:30 p.m., Family Sunday dinner guests of Hosier of Ft. Pierce
Tickets the winner of die new night Wednesday 7:30: p.m. her brother-tn-law and sister attended the funeral' of M" cousin
I for the most Improved Highland Baptist: Sunday Mr and Mrs. Jim Gloer In MM.. Quincy Rosier and
make your School 9:45: a.m., Worship services Jacksonville. They visited Ran- visited Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Gas-
I 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m., dal Bradley In Memorial kins on thursday of last week.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 Hospital and found him continuing Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Jr.
I r "VEi p.m. followed by Choir Practice to Improve. and family were Saturday over
+ '
-- r + Mrs. Flossie Roller has returned night guests of Mr. and Mrs.
after a visit with her W.F. Moore.
PERSONALSCarl son-tn-Iaw and daughters Mr.
Prevatt Is a patient In and Mrs. J.R. Jones and Mr.
TAKE HOME V.A. Hospital In Gainesville. and Mrs. Henry A. Carter and tained Mrs.with Edgar'a family Cauley dinner enter-In
lie Is In Intensive care family In Columbia, S.C.
honor of Mr. his
Cauley on
Mrs. JimmIe Casklns It a Wesley '.*e Arwood of Alex-
birthday on Sunday, Enjoyingthis
patient In Riverside Hospital andria, Va. wa visiting his mother -
t.a event with the honoree
A ROAST HOLIDAY In Jacksonville. Mrs Margaret Arwood
fl and Mrs. E.S. and
Mr. Cauley
Mrs. Pierce Crews spent the last week and took his sister
weekend with her brother-in- Nancy Arwood home with him Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cauley and
law and sister Mr and Mrs. for her birthday and to spend family of Baxley, Ga., Mrs.
Mildred Kenedy\ and Mrs. Myr-
Waldo Prtnele in Worthington a few days.
, P' Springs Spencer Crews of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Devore tic McDonald of Jacksonville.
Jacksonville attended the funeral of his nep-
I -- -- -- -- visited his motheron
t\ Tuesday of last week. hew Dan Gray In Ocala on Wed- *
, Relax! With no work:, no Mr and Mrs. R.E. Lee were nesday of last week. :jdafs are systematically! /
)!,I fast. yen cn get a D. 8. Five of. the six-itroight "A" students at the Bradford Middle School arc: visiting Mr. and Mrs. G.J. Mr. and Mr Bill Anderson ng everything/ they can
j Graded Prim, lender, top sT Estes In Brunswick, Ga. on of Gainesville visited her par- away f f'om Washington's'
quality turkey: done toUrn a First row (L.R.); Joyce Farobee, Julie Grlffls, and Chuck Reglat.r. Sunday afternoon. ents Mr and Mrs. Tom Tatum irly Center: for .the Per-
at Lyman Green 1& hl Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mooreof during the week. Arts There's
with plenty of delicious Second row (LR.); Dannette Rodrique and David Lovelace) Live Oak and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Tip DIxon of fig about the memory some-omen /
giblet gravy. and dressing Absent is sixth grader Janet Soyco. A. C. Terry of Newberry were Jacksonville spent Sunday with /thai brings out the
for the entire family. visiting Miss Elizabeth:: Terryon his grandparents Mr and Mrs. 'in propfe.
Saturday p.m. W.R. Dlxon.

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Pamper Her This Cliristnuis

Earn SfraightA'sSix "-" with llM l ll

of 877 Bradford Middle
School students made straightA's complete list of all 106 mas Lee Casey, Deborah Cole-
honor roll students follows: man, Lisa Ekard, Arnie GIb-
11-12 LB. TURKEY 122-24 LB. TURKEY for the first nine weeksof Team 6A honor/ roll studentsare son, Eollne Green, Annette
the 1971-72 term, and
: Cheryl Lynn Boyette,Cynthia Grlffls, Ruth Hazen, Uwignttte-
of them made the A-B honor
pre-cooked weight with 1 precooked weigh with 2 : Canova, Phyllis Collier, wltt, Toni Keith, Helen Lee, FROM
qt. giblet gravy and 10-12 qt*. Ibid gravy and 20-24 roll. makersare IT.yllls: Contreas, John Cooper, Lynn Moxley, Briar Patray, ,
Tae six
lervlnci of dressing. aervlngs of dressing top grado Hilda Urlffls. Latonya Johnson, Lynn Pierce, Gwen Savage,
$12.95 $22.95 : seventh Tracy Ann Kelly, Allsa Luzanne James Starling, Judy Stephens,
Joyce Farabee Morris Christie Redding Bar- Cynthia Tel ton Pamela Tucker
of Rev and /
grade, daughter bara Heddlug! William Ricks, and Helen Ward.
ALSO DELICIOUS SMOKED TURKEYS Mrs. DoWitt Farab, Starke. Suzanne Sawyer, Chanda Sim- Team 7B students are: Martha '.
--Julie GrifCls, eighth grade, mons, and Prlcllla Stalnaker. AdHlns Samuel Brown, Pamela 0 .A.
daughter of Mr and Mrs Claude Team Gil students are: Chapman, Beth Davis, '='

LY MAN GREEN'S Morgan, Starke. .aurle Andrews, Mark Box Margaret Davis, Ellen George, .. a
ferry Carver, Elaine Cauley, Jay Godwin, Jackie Hammond[ ,
Chuck Register, sixth grade, Roxnnno Chesser, KarenCrawford Walsel Hines, Donna Kay,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lennard Neva Jane Flynn, Linda Moore, Daniel RIddick, Sheryl

BAR.BQ Register Uannett of Crystal Rodrigue Lake, eighth l Kathy Richardson Taylor Kenny, Sonja Rodrigue Tenley,, ton Sapp, and, Ellen Mary Sharpe Trehern., Kathy Tes- Put A Gleam In Her Eye With Quality You Know And Trust
of and
grade, daughter Mr. Freddl Aldridge, Michael Chan- Sonja Biggs, Karen Crawford,
Mrs. Alcee Rodrigue, Starke. dler, Diane Crews, William Andrew Crews, Marlon Cummings -
323 N, TEMPLE (U.S. 301)) STARKE David Lovelace, eighth grade, Lundy, Claire Turner, Buddy Deborah Douglas, Karen
of Mr. and George
son Williams, and Jesslcena WIN Eiland, Eddie Soloman Dean,
Main St. Lake Butler Ph Lovelace, Brooker Hams. Glenda Epps, Anita Green,Jennifer
Janet Boyce, sixth grade, 'cam ti\ students are: Emma Jockel, Martha Johns, Deborah -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Allen, Deborah Bradley, Johnson, Connie Jones,
Boyce, Starke. Gina Brown, Tina Brown, Tho- Deavelyn Mathews, Valerie Denise f+ F
Pearce.. Larrv Reed. Rosie (
Rich iSheIJaSaw?,

,,- Laura Kay Thomas, Kathy
Waljivrrtgtit, Linda Gayle Williams -
OUILT TOP o and Cynthia Wilson are
ALONE 8A honor students roll students.SB are: .Charles

CastleD, Mike Cooney, Lewis 11 11a.
Cooper, Gwen Cuffee, Ther-

SAVE I I SET! esa Devore, Clara Johnson,
$60 Lily Pearl Lee, Donna Page,
Mary Catherine Sapp, Karen
.lISl! s Simians. James Guy Stalnaker,
Pam Lavender and Bruce

Mr Hardvrlck Taylor's 8A
and SB students took a field
trip to Mayport Naval TrainIng -
Station to tour the facili
ties. The group went throughthe '"I'1. Z
U. S. S. Saratoga and also r
saw some other ships. !
Reading students of Mrs.Marilyn -

highest Vellenga amount who had of reading earnedthe \I

"money" In their classes were \ t <\1.

Gun taken Territory on a prize trip to Six 1

The seventh period chorus
group presented the musical
skit they wrote and presentedto
the BMS students recentlyto
their parents this week.In .
addition several Christ-
mas songs were sung. .\
The music classes of Mrs.
PLATINUM Glenda Wattenbarger presented -
musical selections for their
Individual teams this week.
Traditional Christmas songs
and carols were, of course,

ELEGANT DECORATOR FLORAL COV ER& Piece Each the theme for home the presentations. ; \6

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cushion Mattress or matcln' ; Super-Surtace-Softnais of loam 74
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Twin or Full nm t'
Liven fne Lunch Scene
Foam rubber sold up 1 r'
'm sets only ..f fRn
Who a packed lunch
.?end a new Space Ag. extra' firm roam box 6 inch Twin Foam Rubber 139 95 Sot says
spring that never rutti' quak or rallla 6 inch Double Foam 159 95 Set has to be dull? If you'retired
Our fmael value 'fn ors m hell of packing variationson
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your favorite lunchur-away
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Mattress or matching Box Spring toters-a new Thermos brand
Twin or Full Size ALONE MATTRESSES vacuum bottle with an ex 4f
Foam rubber sold In seta only clusive removable Dlne-A-

Super King Size 219.95 Set Queen Size 159.95 Set t Liner which protects the ; p--
glass filler so you can eat //f i/;
hot or cold foods directly l
from the bottle Cleaning is
simplified because the ) 1L 1/
whole insert comes out.
making it as easy to washas
a dish. I Jt
Foods can be stored and I
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clean polypropylene insert ,, "
enabling packed lunches to "
have more variety. You can
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and ice cream stays firm
for six hours.Available 9ANKAMERICADEC
Phone .84.5827. Atarh FIorW"Iit..1L in three sizes t
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r .? Flies Party Hopping Drinking Drivers
I NEWS Will Cause Many Traffic Crashes

By 1faBene n..w.-.. Hit In .

CHURCH NEWS MEN Party hopping drinking\ drivers swing party goers who are time.Florida's.
Mrs. Clyde Thornton. day night supper guests of Mr. traffic law
Sunday morning Rev. Aaron Edwin Banks of Marcus Hook, and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. WarmWeather will be responsible for driving should avoid drinking drivers arrested for driving
Singletary will bring the annual Pa. Is visiting his mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. LJ. Mlkell Jr. many traffic crashes during alcoholic beverages. Don't be
Christmas message to Rai Luclen Alvare and sons of Doland were Sat- the holiday season, says the mislead by the fallacy that justa while Intoxicated to submit to a
ford! First Baptist Church. Sunday Florida few drinks won't hurt," I chemical test for sobriety or
Mrs. Cue Dobbs and Mrs. urday night supper guests of Army Private Vernon V.Mob- Highway Patrol. warna
I night there will be a Carol and "With holiday parties In full Colonel Reid Clifton directorof be subject to license suspension -
Earl Dobbs visited Mr. ley Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Earl
Dobbs. for of three
a period
Sing. The choir will be bringing the Patrol.
Mr. and Vernon V.
Mrs. Jimmy Tatum Mobley Sr., Law-
a number of Christmas Mrs. Mary Freeman had as Union schools Some people have the mIs- months. Not only does the drinking -
County .
are .
Mrs. Sherman Dobbs, and Mrs. weekend ; toy recently completed nine *..SERVICEMEN ...
guests her
driver Increase his chancesof
is invited. children taken idea that alcoholic
specials. Everyone outbreak beverages -
Emmy Denmark and their families being plagued by an weeks of advanced Individual
Wednesday Doc. 22, at 7 Mr. and Mrs.\ Otis Green of stimulate the drinker.On being Involved in an acci-
in Jacksonville Tuesday. of files caused by poultry hou- Infantry
Jacksonville.Mrs. training at Kt. folk, Army Private Steve O.
dent, but he will also Losehis
the alcohol does
o'clock Raiford First Baptistwill Cue Dobbs was presented with Mary Freeman sea In the vicinity School Superintendent La. Thornton. 19. son of Mr. and contrary
accompanied driving privileges/ con-
not upon
stimulate but instead it
present Its Christmas program a large air clock for 30 years Mrs. Otis Green to visit James Cason told During the course, he received Mrs. Elate O. Thornton, Rat- viction for driving while in-
and present gifts to the service with Farm best Dairies the Union County Commission depresses the central nervous
of Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Jones In guerilla training and ford, recently completed theel&'Tl and toxicated warned the Patrol.
system a person's
children. Light refreshments in Jacksonville on Tuesday. last week. lived under'
simulated Vietnam ,,
"k basic field artillery
Gainesville Mrs. Aizy Thomas "In order to ARRIVE ALIVE
will be served after services. Jr. of Starke and conditions normal faculties. Only the bodyprocesses
Kelly for five
in Hawthorne days fightIng (Cannoneer) course at "
and Mr. and Mrs. Cason who was accompanied can overcome the be sure not to drink and drive,
brother Albert Kelly killed a John off night attacks and con- the U.S. Army Field
Freeman and in Artillery concludes Clifton.
family by three local effects of alcohol and that takes
principals! said
PERSONALS deer recent hunting
large on a ducting raids on enemy villages Training Center. Ft. Sill, Okla.
Rev. and Mrs. Aaron Single- the condition\ has been bad for lie was taught methods of During the course he learnedthe
tary had as Wednesday through trip.Mrs.. Tom Norman of Mac- Melrose.MOVIES several weeks and that school removing booby traps, setting duties of a Howitzer or gun
Saturday guests Mr. and Mrs. clonny visited Mrs.Mary Free- officials are concerned for the ambushes and avoiding enemy section crewman. He also received -
W.E. Williams of Arcadia. man Friday. '" welfare of students. Classrooms ambushes. Instruction in handling 301 DRIVEINShow
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason of Friends of Stanley Norman and cafeterias are full
fuses and
ammunition, setting
Daytona spent the weekend at will regret that he has movedto of flies and students find it Other specialized training Included preparing cnarges communi-
their place here and visited Macclenny.Earl \ almost impossible to eat their small unit tactics map cations and maintenance. Begins At Sundown
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs and Michael 301 DRIVE-IN lunches under such conditions reading land mine warfare
Theodore Rosier and Mrs. Dobbs were Thursday and Fri Two double features will playat Canon' said. He asked what plans communications, and firing the
Alice Canon and other relatives. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. the 301 Drive-In starting the board had for controllingthe M-16 rifle, M-60 machine gun e FRI. SAT.
!,. Howard Register and family Friday night and going through fly problem In the future. and the 3.5lnch: rocket launcher. The patriarch saps the famIly
Friends of Mrs. John Ross in Lake City. Monday night. Union County does not have a may not bt perfect but at-
will regret to learn that she is Mr. and Mrs. Alan Tarletonand zoning code to limit the con- He entered the Army in July least it doein't seem to have J
ill In Alachua\ General Hospital.\ Becky were visiting In Wal Richard Harris stars in "A struction of poultry houses any- 1971 and completed basic train produced any fans of proftitional 1 RICHARD HARRIS as
Man Call Horse" of a
do Sunday afternoon. where in the county. lag at Ft. Knox. Ky. batketball. .
We pray she is soon well and mm mm mm mm Ask & SB mm M SB mwmm BUBB
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Kelly Jr. white man who wanted to mar- HORSE"
able to come home. "A MANALLICU ::>>
an Indian but the only way .
We are happy to have Jimmy of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. ry County; Sanitarian Glenn Howard ..
Nell Thornton home from Viet. Dud demons and children of to do It was to be initiated attributed the outbreakof also starring Dame Judith Anderson
to the tribe.
nam. He Is the son of Mr. and Hellbronn Springs were Saturwwww files to poultry house where CfrMmt
the owner had used an ineffectual FLORIDA THEATRE Gascon CorinnaTsopei
"F?ol'e Parade" with James insecticide. The warm, ManuTupou introducing
Stewart and George Kennedy'Is fmOuuH by Sandy Howard SciwnpUy. Of Jack Oe Win" Omeied By lllal" Srtwwwi
about an ex-con on the run wet weather in recent weeks Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 A Sandy Mown d)Pnduciion MUM:byleananl)Rounnun.,Panwiwxi,*fccfcracMoi'
Give A Bundle Of Love with 25000.: has also contributed to the Increase *NjiKxm'. .fantm nnum_
of files. Howard said Grama Center Fn ftnernatton
he had checked Into the situation ......._...._m
For CluistnUJSC3 Every gun-toter in the West and found the FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY rcGPPJ .. '...-. ..--4Jo
only one placeat
Virginia hills Is after his
v fault, and that the conditionhad
"A \Man Called Horse"and
money. been corrected. He said
'Fools Parade" will be
that poultrymen in the countyare ; PLUS -
( :: Give Your ChildA nights showing at the Friday 301 Drive-In.and Saturday doing the best Job they can is back
in controlling flies. COLUMBIA PICTURES presents/

Dog Of His Own "Cleopatra" and "4 Kindsof f from JAMES t3LtVt71:
Love" will play at the 301 When Cason complained that t the 5SIjwI\ / \ PIP'diiw'AJAMESLEEBARREIr
houses too closeto
Drive-In Sunday and Monday poultry are gravel! -ANOREwt McLAGLEN PRODUCTION
I: The City Dog Pound nights starting sundown.Both DODulatton centers and asked _
what the board Intends to do a- ttl" LL'ci
movies are rated X and nobody f, [
"1 .r' Has A Number Of bout more such houses being
under 18 admitted. ID'S
7 built in the future Commissioner iI .... .. ..' """ '"
are required. ,
1/ Good Dogs That Gerald Griffls said the 1 t e /
board is checking into the possibility -
f, .,., Can 69 Bought Fascinating FLORIDA story THEATRE of an invisible ; of zoning regulations SUN., MON.

\ Paying The Pound force which makes for the county. PLUS -
bloodthirsty; monsters Chairman Shelton Arnold also
Fee. earth's creatures Is presentedIn said that the creation of
American International's new a zon- THE MOST FANTASTIC! SCIENCE ADVENTURE I EVER!
ing board is under consideration.
science fiction thriller, "Yog Several other commissioners
THOSE INTERESTED PLEASE CALL 964.5400 Monster From ,Space" openingat admitted that files have been MMs' rR M Kinds Of Love"
the Florida Theatre Friday bad recently in their districts
And Leave Your Name Address, And Phone No. The Saturday, and Sunday with"The of the county. ADM. $1.25 X-RATED
Dog Catcher Will G.t (n Touch With You. Return of Count Yorga" star-
ring Robert Quarry as a vam- .... CI
pire. .. 18 years up I.D's will be required
._ .
H. Also' Has A Few Puppies To Give To A Good Horn. All the candidates agree on 1971 'lnlm ttoi l Pour tne
one thing. They ire offeringus
wwwM a no-fault foreign policy.

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: The adage that the team that con- Bradford had jumped out to Sexton says of the Raiders Bradford's big Jimmy flicks

an early 20-14 lead at the end Both teams played a running and Able Williams got Into
jJeq trols the boards controls the game provec of the first quarter with Willie typo of game with Santa Fe early foul trouble which was

""" true this week as Bradford cagers fell Newsome and Bernard Williams simply running the Tornadoes partially responsible for the

)': ..: 85-57 In Santa Fe scoring six points each. off the court. Bradford could- poor Tornado rebounding effort.
Saturday and
'W. night Keith Gainey kept the Devils'close n't penetrate the tough Raider

+ 4 '..". ., : 83-77 In Green Cove Springs Tuesday In the quarter scoring defense while the Tornadoes Both sat on the bench for

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Bradford had started the week end of the game and accordingto

out with a convincing 63-49 Sexton, most were pickedup

,'. win over St. Augustine hereat as the smaller Tornadoeswere
home Friday night. trying to rebound against I
the taller Devils.Bradford's .

,. <. : : GREEN COVE GAME tallest player 6-3
_. _,.'; Green Cove's Larry Richardson Jimmy Ricks had four fouls by l4 ,
I .,.. ,". and Keith Galney were true tile half resulting In his missing (
. devils to Bradford fans Tues- some of the second period
: '""" day night as the two combined play and half of the third quar-
1 ter action.At .
for 43 points In lifting the Blue the end of the game. Ricks
1 Devils 83-77 over the visiting had four fouls Able Williams

Tornadoes four and the game's leading
Richardson a towering 6-6 scorer Bernard Williams had
center pumped In 10 goals and fouled out as did Danny McKinney -
added one from the charity line .
fast break often caught St. Augustine slow on their feet as shown for 21 points. Teammate Gain- With Ricks out a lot of the S T

her. with Willie Newiome hitting for two. Newsome went on to be the number two game In foul trouble the rebounding __
BHS scorer of the night with 12 points.Indians ey 6-5, also sunk ten from the -
resposlbllity leftto
field while adding two from 1

the free throw line for 22 points six foot Able Williams. air 4hb +

In the winning effort. "Our foul trouble really hurtus t 4r 1b
Little guard Will Reese added defensively" said Sexton. P

six goals and seven free "It kept us fromplaying as f 4 y
throws for 19 of the Blue De- tight as defense as we would +

vils' 83 points. have liked because the boys

Win Green Cove's success was were scared of picking up their
: First keyed by their press to which fifth four. All of this resulted In

the Tornadoes failed to adjust a lot of baskets for orcen
properly and control of the Cove." .

boards. Bradford had Its foul trouble -
"We started out playing good but so did Green Cove.
74-62 Over BellBobby ball "In the first quarter" said "We could have won the game

(lead: Coach Mike Sexton. If he had capitalized on our
"Green Cove switched to a free throws said Sexton. "Therewas BHS cheerleaders put the Tornado eager in a winning frame of mind Friday

pressing defense in the second a period In the fourth night with this "GO RED" sign. The Tornadoes went on to come from behind I

quarter and stayed with it for quarter when we missed four early in the second quarter and roll over. the Yellow Jacket, 65.49
Hurner lead Keystoneto points Tuesday night In lead- cent of their shots while Tues- the remainder of the game. straight which could have real-

Its first win of the season Ing Keystone to Its first win day night the Indians hit on a Our offense just did a poor ly made a difference In Ute
Tuesday night as the Indians of the season, 74-62 over host hot 41 cent. Job In handling It as they forced game.
Bell. per eight of Green Cove's 14 points. allowed Santa Fe three and close to half of the game.
Neither team Into several turnovers and Bradford converted 17 of
played a good us on
rebounded back from It's fourth Hurner sunk 16 field goals In the second quarter, Green four shots a time at the bass Williams was still able to
defensive according to caused us to take a lot of 33 free throws for 51 per cent.The .
straight loss of the season Fri- for 32 points while teammate Coach I Klrtley game, as the IndIana bad shots." Tornadoes shot 40 per Cove opened up with their half ket or until they sank It. lead the, Tornadoes In the, rebounding -

day night. Mike Wrinkle added 11 goals jumped out to a 17-8 first quarter "They controlled the boardson cent from the floor for their Un the few occasions Hrad- department with 11.
I Tuesday night the Indians of his own and one free throw lead. us and forced us Into early best effort to date. Bradford court press and tied the game ford's fast break caught Santa The Tornadoes simply could-

' rolled over Bell 74-62 after for 23 points In the winning In the second quarter the foul trouble" said Sexton. sunk 30 of 74 shots from the with 24 seconds remaining In Fe napping the Tornadoes usually n't keep pace with the hustling
being trampled 76-46 by Cedar effort. Indians outscored Bell 20-12 Bradford had 23 fouls by the court. the quarter on a ten foot Jumper missed the shot Raiders and their fast break.
Key four nights before. The Indians led all the way by Will Reese.

I' Keystone's JV basketballers Tuesday night with the guards giving 37-20 lead.Keystone. ._ a demanding ._..' ".. .. '.' .... ......, ..... ..y.. 1 .-. Reese added nine points In night Bradford from the had field it's Saturday poorest time Bradford to set usually uo their didn't defpnia have.
also won-their first game of working the ball In,to>ihe big Dell the quarter and Galney 10 as
Jack led In cold 27
Harrington connecting on ogj a said Sexton after S lwrdaynlght's
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p the seasonTuesday as Don men against Bell's zone defense Green Cove outscored the Tor-
second half back which
a come
per cent of Its shots. contest
iv Wlngate's 17 points lifted the nadoes 23-17.
fell short with 15 points Bell
V S 7% Baby Indians 49-25 over the "We worked as a team tonight outscored Keystone 45-37 In Reese added two free throws With the Tornadoes' running Only Santa Fe's poor second

Bell JV. and It really made a the second half. following the tip-off In the second wide open type of offense it is half shooting saved the, TornadOeS -
Keystone's varsity; now standsat difference," said Head Coach "Bell played pretty good ball half to give tile Devils essential that the Tornadoesget 'from an even more humiliating -
1-4 for the season while Lyndle I Klrtley. In the second half and Harrington the lead for the first time In a good effort on the, boards defeat.
the JV Is 1-3. Another key to the Indians' the game and play a strong defensive
In the first quarter \ble\\ 11-
i BELL GAME success was Keystone's The Improv.d really got a hot hand," The Tornadoes could never game l.oach Sexton said. hams scored six stralgh t points
shooting team had
Bobby Runner pumped In 32 been said Klrtley. overcome that mareln. Bradford had rwlghter In Sat- and Bernard Williams, four
averaging 29
I per Harrington led Bell with 30 Richardson scored five urday night's contest said Sex- straight as Bradford Jumpedout
points while Joe Adklns and throughthe II-C lead.
straight points midway to an earl
Layrew Phllman scored 12 each. third quarter and went on ton.Santa I hJ completely dominated
Santa I'e roaring back
: Red to score four more as Green the boards especially in the camo
Cages Score by Quarters- late in the quarter with a fast
Cove opened up a 10 point lead second half with the HaMers the tornadoes
break that caught -
at the end of the Quarter getting three and four shots a
1 KH 17 20 21 16 74 dead on their feet as the
time at the baskets while the
; Win Bell 8 12 21 24 62 In the fourth quarter, Bradford Tornadoes usually had to scoreon Raiders scored nine straight
One Lose Two
came battling back with their first shot or not at points. The Raiders jumped out
Keystone Hurner 16-0-32 'Fy4w Willie Newsome leading the way all. to an 19-16 lead with less than
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Lelno 1-2-4 Terry 1-0-2 Burch with eight points. Green Cove two minutes remaining In the

1-2-4 Wrinkle 11-1-23 Ellis 0- held on though as three last quarter.

I-I. Brannon 1-0-2 Turknett minute free throws assured the From then on there was little -
Bradford's Baby Tornado 4-5-13, Jones 3-4-10 (lodge 1-0-2. Grayson 1-1-3 Henderson M Devils of victory. KH Girl doubt in the outcome of the
basketballers beat St. Augus- 3-0-6 McRae 0-1-1. Totals
0-1-1. Totals Bernard Williams was the game, as Rradford's defense
tine 52-33 Friday but then lost 20-21-61. 33-8-74. :,
\ 73-51 Saturday In Santa Fe and CC Graham 10-5-25 West nights leading scorer with 26 seemed to fall apart.

74-61 Tuesday In Green Cove moreland 1-0-2 Westbrook 2- Bell- Adkins 5-2-12 Harring points on ten goals and six CagersWin Santa I I'e oulscorcd Bradford
r Springs. Brown ton 11-8-30 Keesee 3-0-6 Phil- free throws.
1-5 7-4-18 Taylor 5- 22-9 in the second quarter
The week's play even the 2-12 Phil Walnwrlght man22, L. Phllman 5-2-12. Teammate Able Williams convincing
1-0-2 Haiders
giving the a
JV basketballers at 2-2 for Henry Nlcholz 5-0-10. Totals 24-13-62. added 18 points to the BUS effort 3 46-29 halftime lead.
the season to date. They play on six goals and six free

North Marlon here Friday SANTA FE GAME Cold shooting and a poor rebounding throws while Newsome also Bradford came out hustling

night December 17, then take effort paved the way .- scored In double figures with Continuing to be KeystoneIIelght's In the, second half closing to

off for the Christmas vacation. Curtis White seemed to be to Keystone's fourth straight 15. top athletic team. the 131 points> 30-37, with five min-

the only Tornado player with loss of the season to Cedar Key Indian squaws won all three of utes left In the third quarter.

Eddie the Blalock board put for more the pointson Baby life In Santa Fe Saturday night, In -a 76-56 trampling of the Indians Score by Quarters their games this week to run up Bradford's shooting then

Tornadoes than Tuesday scoring 22 points and taking 15 a 7-1 record to date. turned cold again, as the Haid
anyone rebounds In the 51-73 loss to BUS20 17 18 22 77 ers scored 11 straight points
night against Green Cove the Baby Raiders. Cedar Key's Randy Hodges hit GC- 14232818-83 In three easy wins they with I Fr..nklIlgood getting a
He tallied 14 points 10 of themon The BHS JV caters kept giving on 10 field goals and added five scalped Cedar Key 43-31, ran hot hand and scoring six
free throws. Curtis White the ball up to the Raiders more from the charity; line to BUS- Ricks 4-1-9, Williams over Branford 63-33, and let straight
was right behind with 13 points to let them jump In front 10- lead the Sharks. Teammate 6-6-18 McKlnney 2-0-4, :New- iff"!! Tuesday night In Mayo for
and snagged 11 rebounds to lead 21 In the first quarter of the Jimmy Rains pumped In seven I some 7-1-15 Williams 10-6- an easy 38-28. Santa I I'e showed a balanced
In that department. game. Avaughn Golden only from the field and added six ( 26, Henry 1-3-5. Totals 31-17- attack Saturday night with all

left cored four points In the first more from the line for 20 77, Keystone led 10-9 after the five starters scoring In double
Bradford's bad shooting Then In Grant led the
24-9 after quarter but, he was the lead points! In the winning effort first period In Mayo. figures Hlcky
Reds down -
the Baby Indian nine baskets for
scorer In that period of play. GCRichardson 10-1-21. the second period the Raiders with
the /first"period.. They a- In the beginning of the second the Indians plagued by excessive qa.'S Galney 10-2-22, Reese 6-7-19, girls opened up doubling :Mayo 18 points. I I. rank Williams and
veraged only 33 per cent from quarter BHS let Santa turnovers and early Dickerson 1-0-2 Battle -2-2, 18-9 and taking a 28-18 lead lolm Welcome added another

the. floor for the name. BHS Fe score 7 straight times with foul trouble could not play Huston 1-2-4, I-lsbulck 1-0-2. Into the dressing room at half- 14 each.
sunk only one field goal 1 In Ownley 3-1-7, IXuistan 1-0-2
F's Gene Stalnaker putting up tight defense against Cedar Key time. Bernard Miami led the
the first period. Jeff Grahamwas 6 points to make the half time according to Coach I Klrtley. a. Totals 34-15-83. Holding down the score In the Tornadoes effort with 22oolnts.
busy for Green Cove getting second half. KH bucketed only
score 9-23. the shark's hit sizzling \ble Williams was also in double -
( 10 of the Blue Devils' 24 hot five points in each quarter
White of half time
came out 53 per cent of their six:
shots from SANTA FE GAME: figures with 13 points on
and Mayo matched that of tort
points. fired up and hit 8 of the 14 the floor. oashcts and one free throw.
Graham a forward for the scoring/ 10 in the third period
oolnts scored by BUS In the Santa Fe rolled over a hapless
Baby Devils scored 25 points 1 p and no points in the final per-
third quarter. Terry Hayes Keystone on the other hand, Tornado team 85-57 Sat- Score b>' quarters:
of the 74 he made by G.C.Mar played most of the third could with Bernard W 11- '
per- manage but a cold 28 i urday night iod.Chris BUS 20 911 17 57
18 Brokas had 11 pointsto
vin Brown followed with iod to make four points for {the of their shots from the floor a, llama scoring 22 points In a Bonner S.I. 24 22 11 28 85
KH Kim
points and was In a three way Tornadoes. lead ,
guard Bobby losing cause.
tie for rebounding with Antony Starke attempted 17 free and Debbie Hleasdale hitting
Grayson led the Indians In their Bradford Hicks 2-2-6. Williams
and Nlcholz with ] The Raiders took a 15-14 10 each. Annie Cardenas
throws but only made 3 of them '
losing effort with 17 points. 6113.lcKlnne: ), 0-3-3
10 each. edge with a little over three grabbed nine rebounds to leadIn
to average 18 per cent Santa Teammate Bobby humor added rt : 3-0-6 Berry
Newsome 1-0-2
In the first
BHS pushed harder In the minutes that department.It .
Fe had better luck hitting 5 of another 11 for Keystone t .r Williams 10-2-22 Henry 1-1-3
second and out scoredthe quarter and from then on sim-
quarter 17 for an average of 29 percent Mike Wrinkle and
Grayson led Barber 1-0-2. Totals 15-10-57
Devils 20-14 Starke made ply ran away from a struggl- was the sixth straight win
the Indians In
rebounding with 12
outline the first half deficitto Baby Red started to get firedup and I 10( respectively ing Tornado team. for the h1lalrls.Saturday Santa I e :Mack 1-0-2, Grant

29-38. In the fourth quarter but "They out ran us, out rebounded In Branford the KH 9-0-18 Welcome 6-2-14, Hall
The second half BHS cam It was too late In the game \l us, out shot us, beatus girls scored a big 63 points 1-0-2, Hunter 3-1-7 Simmons
out pushing harder but let the CiOA Kir lftl 1 ".d nil Jam led by Kim Bonner with 16, Watkins
to catch up with the hot SF ''.. 2.Jot. Haicai j-Mi zimKr.. l-e lei on defense and out scoredus 3410lllgood 5-2-12. -
Devil. Jump 7 more points a- Raiders. Paul Hutchlns put AIM' ?w."; *.,int 71 JO. ; "_.. ID-HI Coach Mike Sexton says Chris Brokas with 14. and Debbie 204llIIer: 1-0-2, Williams
head of them for 39-55 third Uraltr. I. 'l-0-ll. Tol.ll. n JJ.4.KIYSTONI Bleasdale with 13.
5-4-14. 36-13-85.
two points on the board for M1IOMTS (MHum.) .. "We were Just flat, the Tor-
quarter score. The Tornadoesout J-Jlli.. L.'... ,0., wrlnkl' I I..)
the BItS cagers and snagged ; Ellis' 1 nado coach stated, obviously
scored GC In the fourth 0-4.' I' J. TurcKiMll 14-ti
two rebounds In the last per- Son ..'''i ".nd...... ,12, unit art IJ disappointed with his team's A visiting Cedar Key five ST. AtCtSTINE: GAME:
quarter 22-18 but It was not iod. White only one who was To'',l|;. If.I St.tHUr effort. BUS won't get a chanceto found the going tough In Keystone Bradford took the lead againstSt.

enough to catch the Blue Devils fired up for the whole game, h..'...1 KIV M.,9"1!|123|. I I/ 7|11> I3.\t__$1, retaliate since the teams as the inaian:: girls took a Augustine for the first time
scored six points In the fourth -- play only once this season. 43-31 decision. Chris Brokas twelve seconds into the second!
quarter and I Kim Bonner were high quarter. From then on the Tor-
Santa Fe has four boys about
GREEN COVE GAME Don Sewell was shooting poor- 6-4 Sexton says and kept scorers with 12 points each. nadoes slowly walked away from

,t Score by quartan: ly during the whole game but The AU.AmerICIII foothill rotating them Into the game Debbie Bleasdale and Annie the fellow Jackets with Ber-
BUS 9 2010 22 61 made 7 points and got 11 rebounds teams have bees selected, keeping them fresh againstBradfrd's Cardenas each added six points. nard Williams' 16 points pavIng -
CC 24 14 17 19 7-1 each player !Next: game for the KH girls
reflecting crediton ( 6-2 and 6-1 re- the way to the 65-43 victory
his school's athletic sad Bradford's Bernard Williams stabs a rebound from bounders. will be January 14, after the .

BUS Blalock 2-10-14. Golden 18)) publicity department., Santa Fe'. taller Jerry Williams. Christmas vacation when Mayo
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Vote. J 9
Adequate Income is a must LB.
to provide the elderly with a .. aQ@'N
'" '. ''' '' iji''. BTAMPB
solid base of security and provide ;::::- 'I;' : :11''II IBS. LB.
us with the American standard -
of living. It is the leav-
en which, in conjunction, with
funding to continue the programs -
ment new projects developed ?' TEMPTINGLY TENDER TURKEY AS WINN-DIXIE'S
( )
towards a Policy on Aging 1972. REDI-BASTED

Higher Social Security Income "'" Butter . . pis- 68C .
means more spending power TURKEYS
which will create more Jobs '"H..O.'O.'w.,.. '

for the unemployed and more 2 DOZEN89C.... =
profits for business. '" Large Eggs ,
No one can tell the senior '"-:- STOR U.S.D."'. ORADI 'A'
citizens what they need and SAVE 48 JiF. a ))6o,.
3 $ OOv
want.Many They of us know.are living below 21C : fruit Cocktail .4 CANS I 48

the poverty line. At retirementour ; OCEAN SPRAYCranberry
Incomes shrink from the LB. CAN 'It Sauce "",. 24CJV k.1 \ 10 LBS. AND UP LB
week to CAN
of $100 .
average per Limit one with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes Y r _
$100 per month. Widows are ( USSYPumpkin '
especially hurt because they -_ FOLGERS ALL GRINDS Id or ': W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BOTTOM ROUND
only received 82.5 per cent of SAVE . CAN 16C '' 7? ,
that amount and millions of
elderly widows and widowers COFFEE i THRIFTY MAID WHOLESpiced ROAST
25C /
have to seek old age assist Peaches 28 ,
A floor under Social Security ....
ance. .. "
Income must be estab- Limit 1 Folgeri or Asloi coffee w7.50/ or more purch. .c! cigaretteAll I CHEK All FLAVORS ***

lished'year beginning for a single with person$3,000per AsjAR'I t.t tf.: 'It Soft Drinks: .f;! 5 BOTTLES 25o 1 08

and $4,500 for a couple. GRINDSCOFFEE' THRIFTY MAID I

Private so that pensions a worker must who be vested for- '' 68: 1 Cranberry Sauce I FCAN. $100$1 ..

various reasons changes Jobs, 1-LB. .. .
would carry his Investment Ile. 58 c CAN (CU s CHOICE i
from Job to Job until he reaches CAN .
retirement age.I .
believe that the work of

million point senior in citizens the lives and of their 20 $100 Rib $119
families. Added to this number Potatoes .4
are 900 older persons retiring NI8LETS USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF BONELESS

000 are per 6 each million year.day In,disabled equaling addition work-333-there Whole Kernel Corn 4 3= $100 I Rump Roast e e lS $139


Warren ers.Retired presided Chief Justice at the Earl open Layer Cake Mixes 3 B .z;; $100 '. I : L1i. Ground; r Beef f . 5 LBS $299
Forum. There were 102 speakers -

on the many subjects 4 ES $1 1 SEE YOU WINK DIXIE Steaks 1 10 801 $998
worked on at the White House e. STORE MANAGER TODAY e -
Conference.We .

Job.went We stated our positionsand : A rlMd Canned 4 $399
our Senior needs citizens clearly.can't 20 million be- Stuffings . . PKG.33c: A.of .of Ham e e LBS

wrong. This Is the first of a series
I will explain the various points if' LB :
and recommendations taken up FLOUR Oranges .5 BAG
by the Conference on Aging. : 49iBANANAS:
-Joe Kerrigan Y, ,_ US No..1 1 REGULAR ((30 IBS. 89c

'If .. Potatoes .10 LBS :.j.18"\ ..

J : : '.FRESH OCEAN SPRAYCranberries I IB. 00.._ ":. FRESH CRISP HA. ;

5 LB. 49 Y' 3 BAGSQUART $1 "; f(';. ,; Pascal Celery 9


BAG ,, |. Ambrosia JAR 89c.. t "r _ST"'LK29c_ _

,, Pies 2 2o-oi; $100. ,,, .,'
Charley iE ICE CREAM
'" SAVE 30c COOL WHIPTopping IJ :-..
4 '
.2 $100 1

About John This. Question: ASTORPEAS 5 17.az. 2 5: : MORTON MORTON MINCE PARKER MEAT HOUSE ORPumpkin Pie 3 2001.SIZE $100'I. I 1ISSV JUICE ORANOI 2 HALF $1

17( .oe.c 20e CAN \ Rolls 2 "" 79C r.. 5 4 01. $100 1 GALLONEXH
"Christmas hopping, to a . PEGS CANS
merchant, mean a fully

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risk. DOM the Charley I
E. Johns Agency provide : EX--R: : EXTRAd7 : i' EXTRA TEXTRAdw i ;

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; Florida Describes 1 A

Bradford Like It Was Dec. 10, 1971

'. Dear,.Editor:

In The Year 1885' Our drugged Youthl! Possibly,

but what about our drugged Society

; ? The majority of the

In 1885...a gentleman published and people. don going to form the new lands In the county; are found American people are so heavily to be
name of wanton S. Bradford County; was one of county with Lake Butler as the here. drugged they seem
a highly informative, well the fortunate 39 described In county seat. "In ranges 18 and 19, Including : living In a fantasy land. Druggedby

Illustrated volume entitled this book and during the next Here Is the start of the Information large bodies choice lands!, acid, grass etc., not at all.
"W bb's Historical Industrial several weeks The Telegraph on Bradford Coun- there were up to 1880 22,001acres 1 mean drugged by Communist
and Biographical Florida." will publish excerpts from-the : of State lands In virgin propaganda.. Never In history
Sine 1U publication date was Chapter on Bradford, which ty'r; richness heavily timbered. has a nation of free people
88 years ago the book has long gives much Interesting Information There are many streams i been brought to bear upon Its

been out of print, and Is nowa on the county: ; at that BRADFORD COUNTY: Its a- through this domain with water mind so vast a war of propaganda -
collector's Item. Originally power sufficient and avail by propaganda machin-
time which can be obtained rea Is 550 square miles or
priced at one dollar If a copy from no other source.In 352,000 acres Population In able for running large mills. ery so powerful as those which
could be obtained by a stroke reading these excerpts 1880 6167. Especially Is this the case on shaped the opinions:\ of Ameri-

of luck from a dealer In such from "Webb's Florida" It The most fertile lands lie Olustee Creek, Swift Creek,and --a. cans toward supporting the program -

historical Items it would cost should be remembered that along Santa Fe River, west Six-mile Creek. that has ended Europe
at least $23: today or perhapseven Bradford County then Includedall of Fort Call and Lake Butler, "In ranges 20 and 21, at livering almost all of
the same time there were a- and Asia Into the hands of
more. of the area which now comprises extending to and beyond Pro-
Florida had 39 counties at Bradford and Union.Union vidence along Olustee Creek. bout 43,000 acres main body L Russian Communism.
that dine, and each was fully County; was not created Many large and fertile farms lying north of take Butler with New ATEP k What our educated Americanshave

treated' In a special chapter until 1921 when, after 50 years yield plentiful harvests to a large portions east and south. t ** not understood is that
giving much pertinent Information of controversy Bradford was prosperous people throughout The greater area Is rolling the Red revolutionist does not

on Its types of soil, agri- finally divided at New River this beautiful and attractive open pine land. elsewhere Building promote his cause with debate
cultural products towns titles with all of the western por portion. Most of the hummock described. and discussion lie knows that
"There are some excellent ideas are planted in minds by
farms in these ranges on New Dedicated certain propaganda techniques.

River. Thousands of acres of For one thing, neither social-
Our editorial. the State lands are heavily tim Ism nor communism Is to be
bered-- the towering forest Mat. Con Henry W. McMil successfully sold under these

of yellow pine delight the eye lan, Adjutant General State of labels. They must be given other
of the profession mill man, Florida, Is shown cutting die names and must be sold In
the stretches of woodland pasture ribbon at open house held Tues pieces not in one big package -

I Point view J Invite the stock-raiser dayTraWtg.Equ1pmentmPoolAT- .' Also, the sales Job must
J the arable soil a tempting location ( be done by people who have
EP), Camp Blandlng.
for farmer and fruit attained a degree of respect-

grower the health-restoring Others pictured are: Col. people who deny they are Com-
health preserving pine woods Harry M. Hatcher deft, Director munists or socialists and who
air imparting vigor to the Invalid of Maintenance; Col. sell their product In our

and new strength to the Fred A. Lewellen, (second from schools In our churches, our
It Amounts To Pride In Our Town robust man."There right); Camp Site Supervisor; conservative newspapers, In

and Lt. Col. Joseph H. Johnson 5. our,.magazines on our radios
are many lovely lakesIn (right), ATEP Shop Fore- v4 and televslons and In our moving -
We've said it the county affording excel- man. ... 1.' )J pictures and by every means
before and we'll
say Naturally, we pointed out that few lent fishing grounds for delicious Upon cutting the ribbon, Gen, of propaganda that is known.
it againthere is simply no reason of us were here when the present trout, bream and all McMillan said, "This new Col. Fred A. Lewellen and Linda Smith are shown You buy one little Idea today

for the Starke City; Council to ignore trees were planted. It would seem varieties of fish found In Florida building will be an asset to the "pinning" SSG William T. Smith, upon his promotion to another- little Idea tomorrow.

replacing of the beautiful and grand desirable that we leave our children Inland waters. National Guard and employees Warrant Someone else buys a third Idea
oak trees which are growing fewer a city at least as nice the "The most Important Oakes) of ATEP and help them to accomplish Officer at Camp Blanding.WP Smith has been In the: next day until presentlyyou
as one
each are South Prong pond In the their mission of main- the Florida National Guard Technician program since will be so far on the way
we inherited. northwest area. Swift CreekIn tenance on assigned equipment 1962 and is currently employed as 'Inspector (for the to Communism that turning back
the north ? Lake Butler] ."/ will be more difficult than goIng -
The council last week voted to pay Perhaps if the city were swept cleanof In central portion. Sampson Col. Johnson and his staff Annual Trainning Equipment Pool (ATEP), Camp Bland- forward. To survive as a

$1,080 to have 12 of the old oaks trees, the council could see the Lake three miles west of moved Into the new buildingon ing. H* Is assigned to the 653rd Engineer Detachment free'nation we must take the

"trimmed" because they are endan- need to plant one or two. That the Starke. Crosby Lake and November I. Containing 7- (Team HF). difficult path.
gering RowelI's lake, both near Sampson. 210 square feet, It was com- Let us now think back dur-
utility lines. These
; are trees problem is far less severe now makesit The last three form a pleted at a cost of $150,000In ing the war with Japan. We

too large for city equipment handle. no less urgent. Trees planted as cluster swamp lands separating state and federal funds. It had a very dedicated and dependable -

others are cut is necessary to keep the contiguous shores, Is used for the maintenanceof r------------l ally China headed by

Such an occurance Is an annual item new growth coming as the old dies which are Inundated during wet self-propelled, full track Generalissimo Chiang: Kai-

in the city's budget. We do not argue out. seasons. guns, 40 mm, M42-AI. Besides shek. China was fighting two
that the cutting trimming is necessary The lands around are well offices, the new building contains By Bobby L. Taylor wars, one against Japan, the
or timbered with yellow pine. A a work bay and storage other against Russia Russia
'''Neither would replacement of the canal for floating logs could space. Our recent warm \veatherand ber of our winter crops and using Chinese Communist arm-

trees be expensive, since seedlings be easily opened from Crosbyto Nine people are employed on rain has caused some good and pastures. lea/headed by !Mao Tse Tung,

We do find fault with the council's o grow wild In abundance and since Rowell's. Sampson and Ro- the ATEP staff. bad things to happen In a num- their' military machinery' and

complete disregard of the necessity could well's are connected by a creek. ammunition being supplied
city crews
on an ascangetTfaMt Our rye and ryegrasslslookDO '
Timber could thus be floated through Russia by the United
or desirability of planting a new treef L. better end more at
basis. '
ing grow fig
from a very large acre to a ; States. The people of the United
in spots loft bare by the demise of point within 2-1/2 miles of the .1'1 -:,I It's a WOII'QII'S By Martha Sue McCain this time of year than It has fora States failed to realize that

an old tree. What the council needs, we suspect railroad. Some of the finest .:u. /nf1frrf1fff JU County Extension number of years ur course Russia was and continues to be
this Is good news for our live-
orange In the.county, -< : 'I at war with us here and In
is a little polite prodding from the groves 'j\/Gdn' /. Home EconoriirdAKent8i8' 'stock people who usually have
are around the shores of these ( the world. We persisted In the
That suggestion was made to the
right sourcessay'the Garden Club,, three A, to'spend a great deal for hay
council last week when the city fathers Woman's Club, the Junior Women, "The lakes.entire county Is dot- and winter supplement for their with illusion her that and we that were she at was peace one

were busy deciding, to cut some young people itching to get in a punch ted with press ponds from (Editor's Note: Miss McCainwas hogs and cattle. of our allies. We treated her

more on the trees we have left. Only for,: ecology There must be those one-quarter of an acre to 5,10 a little late getting her NOT OVERBAI REMOVE as an ally and friend and she

notice the suggestion received was a 'of''jyou who, like we, simply think and 50 acres In area. They column to us this week. Why? IMMEDIATELY Makes about 4 cooling dozen 2-inch rack. now Most been rye grazed and ryegrass at least onetime has dealt with us as an enemy.Russla's .

statement by one councilman that nobody trees an asset to our city. are more numerous in the east Because she tried each of the cookies. If It had a good applica- purpose in this was .
and northeast These ponds are to get possession of Northern
ideas she
baking presents.They
present at the meeting would live tion of a complete fertilizerat
mostly dry. except during rainy China 'and to communize the
all turned out well she
pretty ,
to see a young oak tree grow to ma- We hope you'll take time to talk seasons, and have little value. says.) Bar Method: (Use an unbeatenegg. planting time and had good rest of China and to bring all

turl ty. 'to'our councilmen about the subject. The timber Is manufacturedInto Walnuts coarsely chopped.) ) growth, a good practice is to of .Korea into the Communist

best quality; of shingles BAKING IDEAS Stir together (do not beat) egg remove the cattle and apply orb It'And!' unless we throw
between 100 and 150 pounds of
syrup barrels, and railroad This Is a delightfully differ brown sugar, and vanilla.Qul..kly ammonium nitrate away dangerous baggage all
per acre to
ties. ent type; cake. I really think you stir in flour soda and the childish superstitions our
Notification Of Prison In (the ponds) there are ex- will be surprised at the finished salt. Blend In walnuts coarsely get a good second growth. government nourished about

haustless deposits of muck, the product. I chopped. Spread In greased Russia and begin to recognize

I' vegetable mold of ages, which This cake uses only 4 Ingredients 8x8x2 Inch pan and bakeat Once the rye or ryegrass her as our enemy Russia will

Needed is used as a fertilizer. Where and freezes beautifully 350 degrees 18 to 20 minutes has developed a good root system accomplish every one of her
Escapes thoroughly drained, some of Top will be lightly brownedbut the amount of growthor objectives. A man might refuse
them produce remarkably. In SOUTHER PECAN MIST soft In center when taken forage produced can be regulated to credit all of this in 1945.

the east nearly every 40acrelot 12 egg whites 3-1/2 cups from oven. Cool !In pan, then by the amount of nitrogen Now' that Russia has done this,
We Join the rest of our news agencies danger Is past. has one or more, and the powdered sugar 12 egg yolks cut. Makes 16 2-inch squares. applied If there Is sufficient It Is no longer surmise. It
in calling for State Prison officials far-seeing prospector of fruit 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 3 cups moisture and good tem- is a fact before our eyes for

to immediately make public escapes No grove takes Into considerationthe very finely chopped pecans. peratures for growth. all to see. Russia will not
from the RaIford good reason that we can see convenience of a muck pond. Beat whites and salt until PFEFFERNUESSE: stop until she has snuffed out
institution. exists for the which Bradford County .Is the flame of
secrecy now eminently foamy. Gradually add sugar and A GERMAN COOKIE A couple of bad freedom In the
things that
shrouds most escapes. When an Inmate agricultural and has great possibilities continue beating until stiff but 1/2 United: States which she Is accomplishing
:3) flour
all-purpose occured with this
We do this not In search for a is out, It is too late at that point outside of fruit cul- not dry. Beat yolks until thick, teaspoon cups ground cinnamon, 1/2 temperature and rain warm is by Internal sub

"hot" news story, because escapesto for officials to worry about conceal- ture. fold Into whites. Gently fold In teaspoon ground cloves,1/4 teaspoon a good crop of poisonous weeds version.' In fact the flame is
our local clttzentry are "old hat," ing the fact.. Com on natural soil yieldsan pecans. Bake in tube pan at salt, 1/8 teaspoon ground! like nightshade and outbreak of now burning from the fumes
average of from 10 to 30 350 for 50 of an emply bottle.
degrees minutes. Already we
no longer big news. But local resi- white pepper 1 cup finely mole crickets In pastures
bushels, according: to class of have all of the Godless rulersin
dents, over whose property prisonersmust To prevent causing the public to be land. Lands respond freely to TOLL HOUSE chopped blanched almonds, 1/4 fields and lawns. We are hope- bed with us In the United'
candled citron ful that
finely chopped a good frost will kill
flee when they escape, need alarmed Is not a good reason for fertilizers all over the county KOOKIE BRITTLE Nations All of this under the
to know when an escapee is thoughtto secrecy. It seems more desirable to ; and 25 to 40 bushels per I cup margarine 1-1/2 tea- 1/4 cup finely chopped can- the cricket weeds action.and slow the mole guise of love, brotherhood and

be In the area. be forewarned :icr are not unusual results. spoon vanilla 1 teaspoon salt, died orange peel, 3 eggs, 1-1/2 peace. The cry is peace, and
scared than to Oats average 15 bushels; rice 1 cup sugar 2 cups sifted flour cups sugar. our enemies laugh among them
have an escapee unexpectedly pokea 15, though as high as 70 bushels I 1-8 oz. package (1 cup) semi- Sift However, It may be advisableto selves. There Is one thing that
There are reasonable precautions gun In your face In your own home. of rice per acre have been sweet chocolate morsels 1 cup together flour cinnamon, either pull or spray the I do 0 0not want to happen and
that could be taken. For Instance In Butler cloves salt, and pepper. Stir weeds with 2-4D or similar I
res- grown the Lake district medium chopped walnuts.In that Is to have my children
idents would not let children stand It would seem most prudent to ; sweet potatoes 100 bushels bowl combine, margarine in peel.almonds Beat citron until and orange weed killer. If you have this living under the horror of a I
us eggs foamy. problem give me a call: and
alone in the early morning waiting on for prison officials to Immediately highest yield 300 bushels vanilla and salt;blend well. Add sugar gradually and con- will discuss particular we Communist peace. The leastwe
per acre; rye 12; cow peas Gradually beat In sugar BlendIn can do to help save our
school bus
a if
they tinue until thick
thought a dangerous beating and situation because "blanket"recommendation
the a
notify local radio station when
a : chufas 35.Sea flour. Add chocolate morsels Add freedom, is to write to our ,
escapee was nearby. Keys could break occurs and prisoners are thoughtto Island cotton averages and 3/4 cup of the walnuts and light.mix thoroughly.flour mixture Cover to eggs and is not ad- Senators and our Congressmen

be taken from cars at night or per- be loose in the immediate vicinity. 400 pounds In seed per acre, ; mix well. Press evenly chill several hours or over- visaoie. asking them to use every means I
haps left in the vehicle purposely but In some localities the yield into ungreased 15" x 10" x night. Dust hands with at their disposal to get the
lightly Mole crickets
to give the escapee what he needsto doubles this amount. It Is the 1" pan. Sprinkle remaining 1/4 : especially In United States out of the United'
We realize most escapees leave the flour and form dough Into balls a new clover pasture will needto I
remove himself from the area with- staple product. The grades of cup walnuts over top and press using about 1 tablespoon dough be controlled. These Nations. Jefferson has said.
area as quickly as possible. But there cotton grown on the humid soil lightly. Insects "Resistance to tyranny; Is o-
out harming anyone.In are times they don't, as happened last of Bradford rank high In the Bake at 375 degrees about greased for each baking cookie.sheets.Place Bakeat on make burrows resembling tiny bedlence to God." .
mole tunnels in the This
week, and residents need to know market.On 25 minutes or till golden brownIn 350 degrees for 15 to 20 burrowing loosens and dries Paul I. Meng
extreme cases residents in the color. Cool then break into Hampton Fla.
then to enable them to take whatever minutes or until lightly out the soil and the crickets disturb -
prison area could leave home until four acres at Lake But- irregular pieces. Makes about
browned. Yield 5-1/2 dozen
precautions they : and cut off and clover
can. ler 900 of lint cotton grass -
pounds 2 lb.. of this crisp delicious cookies. roots. A 5% toxaphene bait diseases down to a minim ,
have been grown, which sold new cookie.
for $237.50. Cost of $30. at the rate of 20 to 30 pounds
labor This easy quick recipe Is rrr
This makes a hard cook-
very per acre should give good con-
No fertilizer used. On Sampson 1
different and
am sure you ie but tasty and has excellent trol.
... Lake, on cow-penned land a will think of alterations for keeping quality. You may sub This is the best time of year
crop of cotton from three acres this recipe like substituting pe- stitute I prefer glazed cherries to soil samples for
The ; sold for $270. cans for the walnuts or butterscotch Dairy animals and animals bet
County pineapple or mixed fruit being finished for slaughter to planted next spring. A
morsels for the semisweet for the candled citron. soil sample will tell you what
should not a treated
fl.'y Sugar cane Is a valuable crop. chocolate: ture. Allow seven days between plant food elements you have .
Every planter can readll'makeellOUih In the soil. Research has told
and of
1879 Smokey Says application grazing other
and for
,..... : sugar syrup animals. Chlordane at the rate us what each particular crop
home It Is profitable here I I brown
tTheBiHe use. egg cup sugar needs for
of 2 1/2 of actural maximum production.
pounds ma-
for market. The .1s firmly packed 1 teaspoon va-
average ;
With soil
100 gallons of syrup per acre. nU.... 1/2 cup: unsifted all-pur- (Iud plf'U Cl'Ukl' terial broadcast alone or In can a sample analysis, we
NINele r A gentle tongue IM it tree of By fertilizing or cowpenninglands pos flour, 1/4 teaspoon soda fertilizer has also given good easily determine the
pwple amount ana kinds of lime and
';.0. life-(I'rnv.15:1)I). die yield reaches 600 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1-1/2 cups control. same precautions
FLORIDA*ERE SS gallons per acre.A walnuts. 'nfl.. ( llreful mentioned above should be followed before or you at will need apply
planting to supply
low I mnny lime have we Drop Method: (Use an egg (t YI (It ," the needed plant nutrients.

ASSOCIATION vsjihcil! that wi' could: ricullwonU good garden Is half a IK very well beaten. Walnuts / ereStrawberries Son samples are easy to take
Ing. All the vegetables of semitropical chopped 1 medium fine);In small : I All
Htiiil in anger or fruvtrullnn7 we need for each field or
mixer bowl beat till It
r unril Florida do well. Irish egg Is 'J sample area .Is
ThnuirhllexM and are looking real about 10 to IS
very light fluffy: 3 .
mill c"rnm"IIC" fuller. aii.xthlnif potatoes tomatoes,cucumbers,. minutes at high speed). Add sugar !I.. good for this time of year. one Inch plugs of soil 3 to 6
hut t the |pace and harmony rie! beans cabbages: peas turnips, and vanilla and stir till Growth Is adequate and color Inches deep at random from all
E.L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publlsher beets onions, okra, asparagus, ,0 I' and condition of most plants over the field. Place these plugsof
itirrtl. 11 u* IK- tolerant uf om etc. smooth. Quickly stir In flour t'
Published' .ch Thursday and entered as Second another anil l let |pk> 'neunt talk grown can to, with perfection.proper Throughout care be- soda and salt. Blend In walnuts :, I'g" ;" Is good. to the soil Agriculture in a container and bring

lass' Matter et the Past Office at Starke/Florida.'. Krannur home. The l""nl. the whole the table chopped 1 medium fine By teaspoonfuls l-1' Marke. Building In
under year A field two has It you have never takena
Act of March 3rd, 1879. In UN love, can help ux guard can be supplied with wholesome drop onto greased : Y. or developed soil
inscription In ".41. 1 and floured cookie sheet 2-tn- ___ Ioll, some common leaf spot and sample give me a call
area: year $5.00 Outside our magus, iiiiil Hi- can HIM! fresh fruits. .. "' A
and I'll
trad area 1 $5.50. ches apart. Bake at 350 degrees ... i"... leaf blight. A regular spray be happy to visit your
1 : year, will endow UK with iirm-i- If HI. ., .' \ ...."!) of Zlneb until place and take for
7-9 minutes or Just till program fruitIng the sample
but lut Him. (To be continued: )
s i cookies start to brown at edge. .AMEN! should keep these fungus you.

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in Tee circuit Court r'or Bradford -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S 731 N. Lake St Starke Flor 11. Pierce
County, Florida East front door of the Brad- George
The School Board of Brad COURT IN AND FOR BRAD ida. ford County Courthouse In
Career Is Recounted ford County Florida, Plaintiff FORD COUNTY FLORIDAIN Charles E. Blalock 523 Euclid Starke Florida during the legal 203-203 N, Temple Avenue
-vs- Stat of Florida and PROBATEIn Street. Starke Bradford hours of sale to-wit between Starke Florida
tie Taxpayers. Property; Ownr Re: The Estate of AARON County. Florida. the hours of 11:00: and Attorney for PlaintiffsIt
Herb Thomas of Starke was Including a .300->>111I average est man on every team on which > and Citizens: of the Couvtjr HARRIS HOLLEY Deceased. Dated this 29th day of Dec- 2:00: PM same being a legal 12/16
the subject of a recent feature from six years In the Tr lW- he played., His size did not of Bradford Including nonresidents ember A.D. 1971 at Starke. sales day and the legal hoursof
article by Joe Livingston In A International League. prevent Mm from becoming anAllState owning property; or NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Bradford County, Florida. sale
the Sunday magazine section "In addition to Ms long career selection In three subject to taxation thereto et creditors of Aaron Harris Date this 9th day of Decem- .
of the .Florida Times-Union as a baseball player, ,man sports In high school and playing &L. Defendant Hoi ley, who died on October 12/4 4t 1223In ber 1971. The philosophical way to
The writer pointed out that ager and hen later. a scout: on two state baseball and ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETo 9, 1971 while a residentof /Gilbert S. Brown think. about the weather! u lo
50 years ago this month Du- Thomas will be rememberedas two state football championship the State of Florida,through Bradford County, Floridaare The Circuit Court of Florida Clerk of the Circuit ashen! that it can't get better
val High School In Jacksonville the first full time athletic teams at Duval High as well tie Stab Atlorney for eEfaflth notified that they are required Eighth Judicial Circuit Court of Bradford unfit" it (get WOT it,
won what was generally director at Ralford State. Prison. as on three State. Basketball Judicial Circuit of Mid State to file any claims or In and For Bradford County; County Florida.
accepted later as the national During his three years on ,Championship quintets. tie demands that they may have Case No.MORTGAGE. By: Beulah M, Moody\ C .
football championship from that Job In the early S0s he several property; owners, against his Estate In the Office FORECLOSURE
Steel" High, Dayton: Ohio. Installed most of the recreation "He' enlisted In the Armyat taxpayers and_CIUIeaI of Bradford of the County Judge of Bradford Benjamin Suslow and Anna - - --- -
Oldtime sports fans recalled areas. Including the baseball age 15 during World War County) Florid, Including County Florida In the Suslow. his wife, Plaintiff,
that the star of that game was field still In use. L Played pro baseball from noo-realdenU owning property; Courthouse at Starke, Florida -vsGeorge J. Elchermullerand
a small halfback named Herb "With all of his athletic: honors 1922 through IMS and at onetime or subject to taxation therein within six calendar: months from Hlldegard Elchermuller, HolidayCandles
Thomas. At age 19, be was Herb and Ms wife Peggy held the world record and aU others having or claiming the date of the first publication his wife Defendants.
already a veteran of World who was Miss Palatka In 1929- for fielding chances: without er- any right title or InterestIn of this Notice. Each claimor NOTICE OF MORTGAGE I
War L According: to the magazine 30, are proudest of their close ror. One year betted' for property; to be affected by demand must be In writingand FORECLOSURE SALE J
article, he set up &the association and acceptance: Into 344 total bases. the Issuance of the Certificatesof filed In duplicate and Public notice Is hereby given -
third touchdown with a long the Inner circle by prominent Indebtedness, Series 1971. must state the place of residence that pursuant to and In strict And
pass reception In that 21-0 victory Seminole Indians. "As an American Legion by the School Board Bradford and post-office address accordance with the SummaryFinal
of 50 years ago. "Thomas, with the help and baseball coach: Ms teams won County, Florida hereinafter of the claimant and be sworn Judgment of Foreclosure
Now at 69. Thomas lives In cooperation of the Indians,built a state championship In Geor- more particularly described to by the claimant his agentor entered In this cause on Dec.9, FlowerArrange
Starke and Is still active out- and famished them with their tia and four district and one or to be affected In any way 1971, the undersigned as Clerk ; ., ,;
doors enjoying. hunting and first alrboat. For five years area title In Florida. He originated thereby: his attorney or It will become of said Court will on the 28th
fishing and other sports activities. Herb Joined with the IndiansIn void according to law.
the midget baseball program You and each of you are day of December 1971 sell the -
a frog leg procuring: operation In Starke. hereby required to appear on Dated November 24, 1971. following described property
Following are excerpts from with the use of the special the 7th day of January, 1972, R.A. Green Jr. situate In Bradford County."0- ments
the article by Livingston alrboat the Florida Ever- "He has deeded land In Bradford at 10:00 o'clock A. M. before Executor of tile Estate of Aaron rida to-wit
"Thomas's unique athletic glades. County to the Seminoles the Circuit Court of Bradford Harris Hoi ley That portion of West quar-
record shows a professional "Here are some highlights as a perpetual resting spot County, Florida at the Court ter Wi/4))of Southeast Quar-
baseball career extending from and oddities In the career of for them when travelling. house In Starke, Florida and HESTER AND l HEADLEY ter (SEl/4)of SoutheastQuar-
1922 through 1946 with a lifetime Herb Thomas, who short of and he and Mrs Thomas have show cause why the prayerof 2010 Smith Street ter (SEI/t) of the East Half! Give A Gift Of CandlesFor /
batting average of''.310 stature was always the small- been Invited to witness Seminole the Complaint filed In the Orange Park. Florida 32073 (El/2) of Southwest Quarter
Snake Dances, Corn Dances above entitled proceedings: Attorneys for Executor (SWi/4)) of Southeast Quarter Christmas
Ii iA Otelr Christmas parties should not be granted and the First publication on December (SEl/4) lying South of Graded
and other religious rites. certificates therein describedand : 2, 1971. Road In Section 9, Township
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home "He has trained 14 different the proceedings authorizing : 12/2 4 11223.NOTICE 6 South, Range 22 East EXCEPT : CUSTOM MADE CANDLES
breeds of dog to run deer successfully the Issuance thereof, valid me West 270 feet there
and has trained a ated and confirmed said certificates OF INTENTION TO of. PERMANENT FLORAL ARRANGEMENTSFOR
STARKE deer to obey voice commands. consisting of Four REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME North Half (Nl/2) of !Northeast l -
Hundred Severty-Flve; Thousand Notice Is hereby given undersigned Quarter (NE1/4)) of EVERY OCCASION
PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE "Herb, who was a stunt man Dollars 9479.000)Certificates under the provisions of Northeast Quarter (NE1/4))
on a Tarzan film with Johnny; of Indebtedness, Series Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida West of Road 1200 and North-
Welssmuller some years ago, 1971 of The School Board of Acts of 1941 will registerwith east Quarter (fcEI/4):: of CAROUSELCandle
HEIGHTS Is now retired and developing Bradford County Florida dated the Clerk of the Circuit Northwest Quarter (NWi4)of )
land In Ms wife's name In September I, 1971, maturing Court, In and for Bradford Northeast Quarter(NE1/4)). ShopU.S.
PHONE 473-3176: the Starke area. He will be 70 serially on September 1 In Ow County; Florida upon proof of Section 16, Township 6 South
years old next May 26th." years 1996 to 2000 bearing Interest publication of this notice the Range 22 East, containing 29

payable seml-annually fictitious name BLALOCK'S 301 3 1/2 Miles North Of Starke
at such rate or rates not exceeding acres more or less
the maximum rate allowable MEAT MARKET under which at public auction to the high-
by law a more particular I am engaged In business at est bidder for cash, at the
Important I Notice description of said certificates -
being contained In tfte
Complaint filed In these pro

/ To Tax Payers And Owners \ I ceedings.This Order to Show Cause
:, Property I shall be published In the man-
ner required by Section 75.06. STARKE'SLOWEST
Florida Statutes In Bradford
/ Please Read County Telegraph a newspaperof 4.t
Carefully \ general circulation In tha
4 County of Bradford published FOOD
In Starke Florida.
One Or More Of The Following Forms Starke, Bradford County, Florida PRICES !
this 3rd day of December

Will ,Be Mailed By Jan. 1st 1972 1971./S/ GEORGE L FATTEN SUPERMARKETS 320 5. WALNUT ST.

Judge of The Circuit
Court for Bradford

1. Homestead Exemption Renewal Application: 12/9 3t County 1223In Florida

According to Sec. 7, Article 4, of the Florida Constitution every person who The Circuit Court ForBradford -' AGAR'S' woNsLIIA'cooxto::: QUICK FROZEN CENTER CUTSIRLOIN

has been receiving homestead'exemption and those expecting to receive it for County Florida TURKEYDRUMSTICKS ; ;
The School Board Bradford CANNED ,
the first time, should, without fall, sign the application on or before April 1st County, Florida, Plaintiffvs- OH BONELESS FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAKS
and the Taxpayers I or, s
State of Florida
of each year with the Tax Assessor. Property; owners and HAMS I HINDQUARTERS ;
Citizens of the County of Bradford -

Homeowners filing application for Homestead Exemption for the first time owning Including property; non-residents or subject to $ ** 69 GRADE C % '

are required to do so in"person. They should bring with them to the County taxation. therein, et al.. Defendants. 5 ? 1 IiSI I 'A'25 1 1 1.19

Assessor's office satisfactory proof of ownership and occupancy of their homeas ORDER the TO State SHOW of Florida CAUSETo : CAN SAVI ...,. i LB i t1'EO: LB

of I 1972 the State Attorney for
January through
the Eighth Judicial Circuit of winur i oir Mia il i vi*wr LOW man M w** lownictn ivmoAYiow tutti\mimr\ tow mat

said State. the several property YY YII YM "
2. Mobile Home Owners: ; owners, taxpayers' and citizens oW CINTf* CUTCHUCK erf fN SLICED 1/4 rat SMOKED /
of Bradford County, Florida CHUCK CIHTI*cur
All mobile homeowners must have an RP tag before homestead application can Including non-residents Witt T MM< PORK LOIN
owning property; or subject
be allowed one must furnish Serial No. and Title No. If known. to taxation therein, and all
others having or claiming any
right title or Interest In pro-

3. Additional $5000, Homestead Exemption: Issuance perty; to of be the affected subordinate by certificates ttw- tit YaR I l alai e

of Indebtedness, Series -

To Qualify For This Additional Homestead Exemption Of $5,000. From Advalorem of Bradford 1971 by the County School Florida Board, I Pantry SSAIEO IN PUOFILM J RllPJiilf'MM

Millage Levied By District School Board For Current School Operating Purposes.The hereinafter more particularly prideOafalfNNtSS1 TOMATOLB
described: or to be affected
In any way thereby:
Applicant Must: You and each of you are COFFEE ,;;
hereby required to appear on [see JUICE:::
the 7th day of January, 1972. INt ,
A. Qualify For A Regular Homstad Exemption.B. at 10:00: o'clock A. M. before w IIMA I-11-MI I.IYI Y wnl Y1Y IM IA
the Circuit: Court of Bradford -I MIYY 11i 1M Y.Y1 tl1.,1Y1 IMOMI C
Be Slxty-Fiv ((65)) Years Of Age Or Older At Of January 1 Of' This Year.C. County, Florida at the Court uwilwYlwnlMir"nY r1f011/ 59 I 460% 3/$1
house In Starke Florida, and BAG ,,,?,tIt
Have Been A Permanent Resident Of The State Of' Florida Far The Five ((5)) Consecutive show cause why the prayerof M 384-7511 j I CANS
Years Prior To January 1 Of' This Yea the Complaint filed In the
above entitled proceedings
D. Make Application In Person In The Tax Assessor's Office. should not be granted and the tVHYDAY IOW [
certificates therein describedand us Y. Yw
the proceedings: authorizing : V OMEN GIANT BETTY FAMOUS OUAIITT

4. Agricultural Zoning Application ated the and Issuance confirmed thereof said, valid certificates YORK APPLESAUCE CROCKER CRANBERRY LIBBY'SPUMPKIN

consisting Five Hun- AS fCAKE SAUCE
In accordance with Chapter 193201. of f the Florida Statutes an applications: dred Thousand Dollars ($500- ,
000)) Subordinate Certificatesof .. / 7i
for Agricultural assessment must be filed on all lands being used for a bona Indebtedness, Series 1971 of 12o 3/q CANS* 2OOV
The School Board of Bradford CANS
fide farming operation to be eligible for the agriculture assessment. County Florida, dated September -

5. Personal Tax on 1,September 1971 maturing 1 In the serially years- COMPARE o::,.' :. : Golden Ripe :i SWEET JUICY
: 1973 to 1994 bearing Interest
payable Mint-annually, at such Green Giant Corn c.sarm-'S: :: : 4/l/ FLORIDA

INCLUDE: rate or rates not exceeding American Beauty Hominy ''t;;:'225itiinir / < ANANAS
the maximum rate allowable bylaw
Stocks of Merchandise a more particular description nw, ma', ORANGES
Equipment and Furnishings of said certificates being \. //t//, / IIJI
contained In the Complaint KING
Machinery, Livestock filed In these proceedings.This : .' g .... -'t.._.. ,;-ClIO" ...t
Order to Show Cause
\j L8 I
Tractors, Farm Equipment, shall be published In the man- : : U.liJ 3C
ner required by Section 75.06. "
6. Tax Returns win Be Mailed From Florida Statutes, In Bradford : :
County Telegraph, a newspaper _
of general circulation In the 'APPLES 4a39s'ON10NS..3.228ioNOI : !
County of Bradford published .
Tallahassee In Starke, Florida. tvnrttr tow mat l mtntr 10* HKII nnntr uw mat tun fvffrsjr tow nidiCAKE

Again we solicit and encourage your. continued cooperation in all of Starke, Bradford County Florida FANCY RED tUSCMUS II "
handling this 3rd day of December s DAISY Hard Rip EMPERORGRAPES RtD
these tax matters. If we can be of any assistance, please feel welcome to call on 197L I CHEESE WHITING TOMATOIS RADISHES

us. Judge Court of the for Brad-Circuit .? 49'I -79' I S33& CfMivnro IN 29c

ford County; Florida
,91"yr: ', Sincerely, 12/9 3t 12/23 *i uw ma< l w u r tow ma l miru r tow ma 11 mntn low nrci rMT tVIRTeay tow 111(1!

r* ; *m PIT BROWN:.o:

I will not be responsible for SHELLS TOPPING ...... '.. iArd
t.debts Incurred other than
Tax Assessor by 2tp-myself.12/23 John E. S. Griffls 3/89'Is'1.77 ... 29nrn <

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Plans L. P. Rafuse, 57, Services HeldWednesday .,- ":.

Lawtey Resident For

Essential for Dies November 24, Mr. Morrison, 93 An investment in Your Future

Pollution Control Lewi P. Raftwei, '57. of Law. Henry; G. Morrison. 93. died

planning Comprehensive is essential river to effec basin at Illness.fey his died homo Wednesday/afar an extended Nov 24.. Sunday extended County Dee.Illness.; Hospital 12. In Born the after on Bradford Dec.an- A11\ tr II f811D. <<: e8 JJ Le .m

tive water pollution control. Mr. Rafuse was born at Graham 16. 1877 In Eutln. Ind., he was

the National Association of on flee 5, 1913. the eon of a retired carpenter and a member I

subcommittee Manufacturers of recently the Senate told a the late Rafuse.Edward He was and Etta a retired Tanner Surviving of the Christian I I. his wife Church.Mr*. l'"''''_''''''''.' ...,. "' ................... r r .. ........"' '''.._...........,..,. "....".. __tH."".,,, ,y..", ,,"'" "__.., ._..m_._" .4.

Public Works Committee. automotive mechanic: and a Margaret L. Morrison and two 1 t
Church of Stark Martin and Mr*. Shirley M. CHURCH CHRIST Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng HOLINESS CHURCH AT MELROSE I!
of the Environmental Quality Survlvlrg are Ma wife My- Bagwell all of Starke;six eons, Sunday School 9:45: : am. Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Worship U a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45': ajn.; Schedule of Services: t
Subcommittee of NAM's Area rte Davis Rafuse,. of Lawtey. Virgil P.. Ralph S. and George Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Service., 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. }
Industrial Problems Commit two daughter. Mr. Loca Norman R. Morrison, all of Leesburg; Service 0 p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wed 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service Service 6 P.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship U ajn. Even- I
tee said that each river basin StarKe. and Mn. JoAnn Forrest Morrison Indianapolis. 7 pjn.Thursday. Class Thursday Ladles Bible 7:30: p.m. Everyone ...1- 7 p.m.Tuesday. ing Worship pjn. ',";, !
should be considered separately Harley Lawtey; two sisters Ind. Richard D. Morri night Prayer Meet- U a.m.Church come. Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m. :v a He pointed{ out that one Mra. Alma Dyal, Hampton; and son. St. Louis, Mo.; and Rapper big 7:30 pjn. located one block west on SR -L.L. Parker pastor p.m. ,

river basin may have a uniform Mr. Bertha Stuckey Jacksonrllle K. Morrison, Wildwood; David Hodges, Pastor 16. -Rev. W.B. Chauncey, pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN *;; ''
use objective for its entire ; one brother. J.L. Ra ten grandchildren, and two -J.P.H. Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
another fuse Brycevllle; seven grandchildren great-grandchildren. GRACE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn SMYRNA MISSIONARY
length while may Sunday School 10 ajn. Mornr
and one great-grand Funeral services were held PfNEHILL CONGREGATIONAL big Worship 11 a.m. Pre Services BAPTIST CHURCH i
have to be considered on a CHURCH STARKE Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening i
at 11 ajn. Wednesday In Jones METHODIST CHURCH Booster Band Young Services I
child. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday -
sU'-by-HU'| | basis with differ- Funeral service were held Memorial Chapel with Rev. Sunday School. 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- People and Prayer Service), : Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worshp 7.-JamesShaw.paltor. ;i

nt use objectives in its various at 2 p.m. Friday In Jones Memorial W. A. Hogan officiating. Inter- Union Worship at 11. Training lug Worship It a.m. Youth Service 6 pjn. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Preaching 11 a.m.Training UnIon i
stretches from its head Chapel with Rev. Pete ment followed In Crosby Lake 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Evening Worship, Midweek Service, Wednesday 5:45: : p.m. Evening Worship, BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH ,xBROOKER. ,S
under direction of 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer 7:30 Rev. 7:30 p.m'-Rev. John Strickland, FLA. I,
waters to its mouth, Dyes officiating. Cemetery pjn. Tommy L. Milliard 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.
Coma Meeting 7:30.Rev.. LeonT. Rev. Jim Templ.paetor.Suni i,
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Pastor. 1
Lake pa.lor.FIRST
"Any legislation, specifically was In Crosby Odom Jr., pester -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol, ,
of Starke.
tery under direction of DeWitt
ailing for effluent requirement
should clearly spell! out C. Jones Funeral Home. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD Superintendent Training Union, .. i
6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas Di- _
Raiford Road & Weldon St. Highway 100 at Theressa) (;
that;. these requirements should Earl Searing, 72, Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. OF PROPHECYBROOKERSunday School 10 a.m. MornIng rector. Worship Services U a. .,- i,
be established! as a result ofcomprehensive Worship U am.: Evening II m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser- .'
Ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship a.m. Peo- ,
: river basin Man Found Starke Resident, Worship, 7 pjn. Wednesday 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30. Training Union 6:30 p.m. ple'Worship Service 11 a.m.6 p.m.Young Evangelistic vice 7:30. Lavern Outlaw'mu- 1 I

Manning" he said. "Also the 7 Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15: : P.m. Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday sic director
requirements should be do- Dead On JobA Dies December 9 pjn. Young People Meet- Wednesday Night Prayer Services Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m.
Ing every Monday 7 pjn. HEILBHONN BAPTIST .
the objectives EVERGREEN BAPTIST 7:30 Rev. Merle
achieve p.m.
signed to use Come and worship with us.
G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone 125 Northwest Paci ham, pastor.ST. CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N.
established for that 69-year-old Negro man wa* welcome. Highway : of -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor
Earl B. Searllng, 72, of Lawtey. Sunday School 10 Sunday School. 9:45: a.m.
particular basin.. or for portions found dead at a Job alteonSanta a.m.
Morning Worship 11.
Starke died Thursday Dec. 9. Morning Worship 1115.: Sunday GREATER BETHLEHEM
of it. Fe Lake about\\to p.m.Tuesday ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC MARK'S EPISCOPAL Union 6:30: Evening Ser '.
!Mr\ Talbot who l.s Director Dec. 14. according to the Brad- after a sudden UIne... CHURCHSTARKE Night Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday CHURCH, STARKE FREE WILLBAPTIST CHURCH vice, 7:30.: p.m.Midweek Prayer ,
Mr. Searing was born inldor- Prayer Meeting, 7:30 & Chestnut Sunday i
Father James : Cor. Ash ,
ford Sheriff Department.An Cregan, pastor ,
Water Resources Programs. Holy Eucharist, let and 3rd Service, 7:30. "
xistown. N. J. on Dec. 3, 1899. p.m. Rev. Albert Knight pastor School 9:30 Morning Worship, ?.
Inquest has been held Into Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday ; .
Martin !Mnfifttu. Corporation.cautioned of the late Charles Sundays, U ajn. MorningPrayer -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pas- :;
the Service
about the the death of Otis Arnold, a resident son Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday 11; League 4 p.m. Night tor. i
application Estella Burge Searing.He .
of Speedvllle. The Investigation O. and 7p.m. 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams ..
11 Church School 9:45:
a.m. :
of penalties'' for violations. was' a member of the Scottish Confessions LAURA BAPTIST pastor
found that no foul Saturday 6P.m. ajn. E.Y.C. 6 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST ,
"Any penalty that i III provided Rite of Morocco TempleIn Sunday School 9:45: a.m. pjn.
play wa ac -John M. Flynn Rector OF LATTER DAY .
Arnold Jacksonville and Bradford Morning Worship II Evening SAINTS i Ii
should be applicable to to Deputy Robert Green. School of Religion: ajn. FIRST UNITED METHODIST
all polluters--including Industry apparently; died nutural Lodge No. 35: F. '& A. M. Grade School Sunday II Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek STAR KR 1404 E. Bessent Road .". ,\

individuals, municipalities causes.Though. lie was' a retired employee of a.m. to..12 noon. Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30 BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a. I'','

and agencies of state! and the body wa found at the State Road Department and High School -- Sunday 1 P.m.Be Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Worship, 11; Junior and Senior I m.rament Sunday 6 School 10 a.m. Sac'I''I'
had been resident of Starke In church p.m. [II
the site where he bad been doing a p.m. Sunday. Service 11 ajn. Church MYF groups, 6 P.m.
federaljCovernment8. he said masonry work Arnold had done for more than 40 years. Frank Jarvis, pastor Training 6:30: p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Monday Mia 7:30 p.m. (1:
home Surviving Is his wife, Eunice Worship 7:30. 7 Prayer Meet- Tuesday Primary 4:30 p.m. .
no work. He had left BAYLESS p.m.
"The most effective proir- Perkins Searing, of Starke; one HIGHWAY BAPTIST ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting, lag, 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Relief Society ,- ,
ress in pollution control has Thursday and his wife had son, Burp Searing, Jackson Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- CHURCH, MACCLENNY 7:30 p.m. 7:45. 7:30: p.m.Jesse ',o:;, I
been based o.i reasonable time thought he had decided: to spend ville; one daughter Mrs. Carol ship Service II a.m. Church Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. D. Branson, Branch ':> '
the at the Job site. Arnold Training 6:30
night : pjn. Evening President |
Slmms of Starke;and two grand Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. -u 1
tllhll'lfill' the carrying out ofwolli'iiirinecTcd had heart
a condition. Worship 7:30. .
children. : ;, $X: :i-X'K.:: ::(:::: *m '(>. m: ::->;. 'm: oW" ,' ,
{ projects, aimed The body was' found by a Funeral services were heldat WednesdayPrayer Meeting.. r \,
at achieving well-defined water plumbing contractor who went 2 p.m. Saturday In Jones 7:30: p.m. .-- :
quality objectives. Therefore to work at the site Tuesday Memorial Chapel with Rev. W. Rev.J.D. Robinson i

we recommend" that this consideration afternoon. A. Hogan and J. C. Brown, ii1iitHI pj'jAR i. : j i
should be kept. in minister, officiating. Interment LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Il ,
mind! in evaluating various was In Crosby Lake Cemetery CHURCH .'
direction of DeWitt C. Sunday School 10 ajn.MornIng -
,leifislativo, \proposals.>" \> We believe I .
that substantial weight "WHO STEALS my purse Jones Funeral Home.Services Worship ll a.m. Evening I
Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
ihould/ bo given to the question steals trash" In the words of Everyone welcome.Rev. H j

of whether the polluter the Bard. But with the cur Held Robert Haisten, pastor
rent price of antiques trash !
has it definite plan with n reasonable I
timetable for carrying 1 II a pretty big item. For CHURCH OF GOD "Now when Jesus war torn In Bethlehem of JuJota ,la the ti' :'.:: 1

it out" Saturday 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. r 0: ,I
Mrs. ZoucksMrs. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 4/11I' of Herod 'the King, behold, then cum wise f men from I ..: ':

Worship ll a.m. Sunday .'
Evening, 7 pjn. Youth Night I the east to Jerusalem, laying.! Where ,It 'k"* that Si born King t
GAINE SVILLEDirectory* k.
; Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. Prayer !
OT VJJA7 LUlie B. Zoucks. 68, Meeting Friday, 7:30: p.m. of the Jtwtl for IP* haut tttn Mi ttar-ln the east and art "1 ''

of Lawtey, died Wednesday -Rev. Y.W.1Idd
Dec. 8, In a Gainesville,,hospital i cores: to worship hfm.T 71W1 I 'I''I'i
Business after an extended Illness... KlNGSJ.EYI': LAKE B 1'TJST' s
She was born In Perry on March! Sunday School 9:30: Training d
; .
10, 1903 and was a member Union 10:15: : ajn.; Morning Worship I Yes:they had a ('tar..TOday we have church 'to guide us S# '

of the Baptist Church. U a.m. Evening Worship $i .
AUTO SALES_ GARDEN SUPIESJohnson Surviving are three brothers 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 to our Saviour. Come worship the Lord in hi. house. ...
Leonard, James and Dock Wednesday. iI' .

BRASINGTONCADILLAC Cruce all of Maitland. Pastor Rev. Robert West .
aria Funeral services were heldat ..
OLDSMOBILE U a.m. Saturday In Jones j
Memorial Chapel with Rev. El- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
SALES A: SEEDS PLANTS bert Knight officiating. inter- Sunday. School 9:45 ajn. J I

Fine Selection of Used Can Insecticides j (Supplies ment will follow In Sapp Cem- Morning Worship II a.n. Youth rTi -:-: ,
Taken jOn Cadillac Trade -4Pe4i) etenr near Ralford, under direction Fellowship\ um. Choir Practice s I I'
17e.4M1 FERTILIZERSWe Wednesday 8 p.m. Zi
2001 N.W. Hth Ph. of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral :;:-
Home. -Rev. Robert D. Burch II
Rest Fertilizer Spreaders .> i I

Barkley Motor, Inc.TOYOTA 124 N.W. lib Ph.! STS-MT CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ''C.' .' I

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning 4 ...-: '
GLASS CARD OF THANKS Worship !1. Training Union, I
6:30. Evening Worship 7:30. # ,.
4 wheel drive and ClUe who expressed their
To those -LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor ,1 '.t iI I
Sale. Parte. Service sympathy In so many beautiful ::: ."
Clean Vied Terete LIDDELL and practical ways during our BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 0'C
sad bereavement, we extend Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng '
1700 N. Main 3T -1M& :::< I
The family
our heartfelt thanks. 7:301 a.m. Evening ::
Beauty Academy Glass Company of Earl B. Searing. Worship p.m. Prayer iI'' I
Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
"das For Every Purpose" -Rev. J.C. Saunders .
pastor '
POWELL'S a Store Fronts-Mirror* FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ihrthwtI h MI Off.urtW,, ttuu,In"iMt'" MtU Iw*.M4ni. |lilt, b."'''''W lis'l. \ T1it t> .
Enclosures .
Tub er.PD'DJ&ure MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ... ,_ .
Beauty Academy STARK i..me..reedhN.w.eIM.amrwdNaNh.byh "" Mint. .r.w
Top'-."ox--. Sunday 9:45: : a.m. Sunday lit" ,,_ I., .h. 'lie .he If eM, prunmm "wary M Try .I. IN., won, hoe. 1::; iI' "

Leant' a Profewrton In Tour On Sunday evening Dec. 19. School: U a.m. Morning Worship ,..w..nt. lilt I h.l.nh.hkh us llehl .. all I e..e.at.nhp 'tMrd.' '', n.. ; .:

Spare Time.. FuQ or Part Time I NEW LOCATION at 7:30 the First Baptist Church 6 pjn. Training Union .IIM MUlik. ,.* i* d.... ... ihtiM ww... lilt Owck. I. lilt Mtt II DM. .ill.,... !fI '? ',
219 N.w. torn m-rm: will present a choral work for 7 p.m. Evening Worship *. Mmull" w4. IM _,. ..,..4. !IDtl, tamw, |>." ,own >l.>.iM. .fli.,..U.. t4. ftfIhiftii ? ;:
IMS So.. Main Gainesville. mixed voices entitled "Ich- vices.Wednesday 7:30 Prayer Ser M .ttw.. duuli. M.... k ilk Nit li.m'iWvl" &I5.1.1.| i ir; IM.. "( ::
ELECTRIC MOTORS thus." biMi wUck' itoM nil ul ....Im M lh.n.fuse. .1 l M. .IIf'1I l" +
372-8191 ; 3121102 "Ichthua" was composed by -Rev. Bob Cooper pastor:. IC"'._M..<....".

ELECTRIC William J. Reynolds, Director .V

Motor Repair Co.Of MEN'S' WEAR of the of Church the Southern Music Department Baptist FIRST Sunday Service CHRISTIAN:Sunday CHURCH School WS .b'9r"-FiSC>.'v 5f.k-"ra'.>t'. iRP./1FfF :..

Oalnevrffle TTne.RepaUing Convention. The name !is literally 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship, I II
]; the Greek for fish which 10.45; a.m. Evening Service,7:15: .. I
Rewind** STAG 'N DRAG was a symbol used by early p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sunday STARKE "66"SERVICE :;

New and used Christians and 1* being used 6:30 p.m. LOIIIA
e GrUfon ...tU very much today, also. -J.C. Brown minister <
2816 li. W. 16th Ph. 37MJ18 Arr.w Shlrts-Florsbelm Aee The work for Chorus, solo G V
MOVERS S Formal Rental -.. speaking voices, and Instruments JORDAN MISSIONARY! [ L ES' Kill Edwrrdn |1'h 964-7231 [ II

Ladle portewea Is In six part, all of BAPTIST MISSION Tire TrulfurHeadliRht .
which deal with the person U.S. 301 North. behind Tas- O..OL
Lops DUlance Moving I STORES- w.UNIVERSITY and work of Jesus Christ In a tee Frees Drive In, Sunday Adjnstlnff 1::

Storage PacklAC and GAINESVILLE MALL very positive and contemporary School. 10 a.m. Worship Ser I O.ar'M CeX
sound. vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Brake Service ;
Crating Shipplag I
The public I fa Invited to at Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes Carl Hint Phone M4-6111
Free Estimate tend. Wheel Valance and
day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.', :5.19; E. Call SI. SUrk, FU.PhoM Alljrnment ;;
Grtffls associate pester

BALDWINs Sunday School 9:45: ajn.Morning DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Mlway 301 and 100
Worship U a.m. Evening BROOKER l laspectkHit and E-llmalee AH Minor Kcpaln

iuf+ Worship 7 P.m. Wednesday Sunday School 10 ajn. Worship Van Service Inc. otolo4"-&illt Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Services 11 ajn. and 7 617 N. Tempi Ave. Starke :
4/Ir..MUSICt. 7 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. pjn. Training Union 6 pjn. .
G.F. Prevatt, pester Everyone -Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor ...
SMe.. NJE.: Wild ... O'vUe ..


Sunday School It) ajn. MornIng -

AUTO SALES SERVICE OTffle sbopptn are 3B.NN CHURCH NORTHSIDE. BAPTIST m. Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p. SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO.

B13UNT PONTIAC e' Farm and l duatrtaJEqulp..t (fw intersection run) ana 233.of Highways xev. TOynv; M -Rev. John Ross, pastors Ace Hardware GroeerlesMeatsFeed: Belter Service,For YeesC.oplst. oJ
GMC INC. Wells, pastor. SAND Title rrow...
.. :
Sunday School 9:45: : ; Morning MADISON STREET Palau grip
... '!.. Service at U. Evening Service. :
BAPTIST CHURCH Jack and GMr Edwards: Abstracts
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G da
.... 8 r1lnai
7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30 ,
!/I'I1IIIII"'!/ JIll r" Sunday School. 9:45: Morn--
J : .
'. Santa Fe :Tractor, ,jun. lag Worship at U; Church U. & >SOI Seth -'SUrke. THW) Intraraax :
Training : WMU -a.II With U. Flret"W
6:15 Prayer'
PHONE M4-U11 f44-M l .
FORD BAPTIST 7:1 1SH> W. Call :
Factory Authorisedfontioe CHURCH and Christmas Cantata Worship, 7:30.: III .akis. .tM 81. .44 427, t1

Farm Tractors. A ImptemeixU Sunday School 10 a.m.t MornIng Monday Youth Choir Prac :::

s..P..S.mc.. Service 11 a.n.; Bible Study lice 7 pm.Wednesday. :
6:30 pjn.; Evening Service 7:30: Teachers and

2101 N. Main : PART BERVJOB44M p.m.Wednesday Prayer and Officers* Program Meeting. 6:30; Christma -, Owa.d Bjr The** w. Serve !. Twelve N...... ......... t........ -Ham. Oar ......... 14rWaterway ld ClwVflfe. .. ;
N. W. Mil i 37ed54tGAEVFEYILLE. Bible Study 7:30pun. Church Choir ractice,8.30i { ........-ftI-, 4TS-4tll ;=.

372-2543 .. FLA. Kelvin Ham 1, Pastor Denton Sumrall pastor ...'

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T F Clark Pleads

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE ::I Innocentln Council To Employ

. tI --- -- ---- -______ ---------------OI -, I Molesting CaseJohn

I -- __."".....'._m.... Aaron Clark, 88, of Second PolicemanTo
I Keystone Hilites Melrose, pleaded not guilty: ; to

1 I News Notes five charge of child molesting
I I at arraignment proceeding In

By GLORIA REDFEARN licence of peace court at MId-
I! Please 'Call' 473-3288 By Helen Egan dleburg last Saturday. Halt Complaints
or 473.4182
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The third Sunday of Adventat ciao, and a hand of friendship, WM Mt for 1:30: p.m. Wednesday -
DUPLICATE BRIDGE ample time for Judging the U o'clock Morning Worship was extended to each one. Jan. 22 In Mlddleburg.
Winners for Tuesday, Dec The Keystone Woman's Golf Service, was one of special Mrs. Ethel Weyman,past program Responding to criticism of lax local ;year to get a good lawman

7 were: First, Mrs. Loeb Duncan : -' Association met on Dec. 3 with recognition of Youth, the chairman presented gift Warrants tor Clark' arrest law enforcement the Keystone Heights today.
children of the Later in the meeting on a
and Mrs. C.V. Horne Second Al Sunday School out by several
; 28 members present Mrs. of appreciation, on behalf of were sworn parent -
Mrs. A.V. Bannister and ,Bachmann and Mrs. Edmund and Community; who during the the membership, to outgoing of third grade children City Council agreed Tuesday night to suggestion by Starnes.the council -

Mrs. C.W. Hardy' Third, Mrs. Dwyer were hostesses. past several months have studied President Mrs Marlon DrU- In the Keystone Heights School employ an additional officer for the city voted to Implement raise

I Bill Bartlett and Mrs. Francis Winners for the 18 hole ringer and learned the real and coll, and Acting President for following an Incident Friday, police force as soon as possible. for Muhlhofer, which had been
true of withheld the "freeze" to
meaning Advent. by
Melrlck; Fourth, Mrs. Mike were: First low net. Su past three months Mrs Mlt- Dec. 3, on school property.
Falkel and Mrs. W.J. Grolick. Dwyer Second, Mildred Sutton -, The Youth Choir was directed ta Kersey; a gift of apprecla- Chairman Everett Fox asked .... __1\ L_ bring his salary up to $4.000
It 3-1 with
by organist, Mrs. Stewart iu selecting the man, wants a year. was passed ,
The transferredto
Winner for Thursday even- ThIrd VoncUle Ketch and don for the services renderedby case were Mayor Ray Starnes to set upa
Dec. 9 were Mrs. Mary and Fourth McCord. Young Kelly McCordwas Justice of Peace Court In the council to share' the responsibility. Redfearn voting against IU
, ing. : Gloria Rawlings, Lester Sheet was also presented meeting with the applicants
Cook and Mrs. C.W. Hardy Martha Hayes. flute soloist, and accompanied at this time. Mlddleburg following the deathof for the position and said the ; WEtLNffDVOUI
Second, Mr. W.J. Grolick and Winners for the 9 hole ringer the choir In their sev- the late Graham Hutchison, council will meet with them Richardson requested that In r.9
C.W. Hardy Third Mr. and were: First low net Thelma earl anthem numbers. EASTERN STAR of JP District Four. as soon as the mayor set the future, all crime report I ALL YEA

Mrs. Raymond Starnes, and Wallace, Second, Alice Nlebert There were many guest attending On Dec. 21 at 8 p.m. the the date. be kept at city; hall as public n LDNG_ !
Fourth Mr*. W.J. Crollck and and Third, Dottle Parks. this service, from near Eastern Star officers and members Criticism of law enforcementhere records, and then stated that
I Mill Iva Hlltyer. The Lots Walker Trophy was and far away churches, as the will honor Past Matron was voiced by a resident, among other things, there is

The Duplicate$ Bridge will presented to Mildred Sutton on youngsters had a very special and Patrons of the OES chapter I First Baptist Church I George Richardson, who said the no control school. of speeding around aII

meet on Tuesday for the last Dec. 3 .aid a special award was part In the program. and affiliated Chapters. At Ke 'saae.Neiglrll I many, persons are unhappy a-
time in December. Play will given to Lois for breaking 100. At the left corner of the the Dec. 7 chapter meeting the bout the situation although nothing -

} resume on Jan. 4, Happy Holidays Prizes are given each Thurs Sanctuary was an unusual cedar Melrose Master Mason were Lawrence Carroll, pas personal against either Summing up, he. said "I'm
| Bridge so Invite guest, tree which reached almost be- honored. Rev. Police Chief Wally Muhlhofer aanndgtry to thin this matter,
make up a table aruj play onqge yond the vaulted celling. There tor.Sunday School, 9:45: Morning or Officer Tom Bryant. get thing turned II\\
COMMUNITY CHURCH or Thursday if you don't were a few glistening ornaments PERSONALSWe ; Richardson said the records around In the right direction"
11 Church Training, .
The Women' Organization of play Golf or on Incllmate wea- on the tree, which were regret to report the 111. Worship, ; Evening Worship, show that there have been 18 ... -
the Community Church met on ther days.CHRISTMAS. all made by the Church School ness of Mrs. Jessie Chastain 8:30: p.m. cases of breaking and enteringin Councilman\ Huntley Red- T TpI

Dec. 6 for their General MeetIng .. young people. The Youth Choir who 1* a patient In Memorial 7:30.: Youth Choir Rehearsal the city; as well as other (earn Jr. said: "We're not Just \1
at the Educational Building.It DECORATIONSA opened the service with an anthem Hospital In Palatka.In Monday 7 Youth Meet disturbances since last Jan land going to try we're going to \
was an afternoon meeting, special thank you to Ed "Angels We Have Heard a short five days, two of jun. that there have been no do something about It, and I

and was very well attended. Bennett and all the men and on High." The Meaning of the most faithful and worthy 1Iw. 8.'lUe.day. Outreach (visita arrests made In those cases. welcome you to stay with It."
Visitors greeted and wel- Cbrlstmon was given by Factor ladles of laid lie
were Keystone were said that the police can
their families of the Fire Department
comed by ear President, Mrs. for getting the materials -- McCord and then followedthe to rest In Keystone Heights Wednesday Family Night enforce the law, and that it Fox thanked Richardson for
service The
special of
Barry Wyman.A and making the beau- HangIng Cemetery. Mrs. Hazel McKay, Dinner, 6:30; WMS MIa.lonAc- is up to the council to see his Interest, and said the council -
of the Christmons-
very beautiful devotionalby tiful decorations that adorn our Child We honor who with her husband Singleton tion Croup RA's, Auxiliaries that it Is done. Quoting from will meet as soon as possible S.E. MCKAY
Mrs. L.C. Gayle was enjoyed McKay came to Keystone the records again, he sald the
and Brotherhood meet 7:15.: hiring an extra officer -
for the Holiday The Advent on REALTOR
I by all. We were privileged street lights wreath displayedeach In its Infancy, as to numbers council had budgeted Incomeof and will do all possibleto
\ Season. Advent season was made of Hour of Power, 8. Choir Rehearsal -
residences. Hazel
to have William Green was a $2,000 from One and forfeitures law enforcement.He .
get more K.y.ton. Hte.
Director of Ranch Life from by Mrs. Miller Wrinkle. Upon member of the Community 8:45.: and that a total of 473.4816
the Rodeheaver Boy's Ranch Services Held this wreath are five candles Church Choir and regreted her For the month of December, only $274 was collected from
I of Paladca as speaker. Mr.' of different colors, one being health prevented her continuing a special emphasis will be on that source from May through also stated that .very few HOMES 0 ACREAGES

Green 1* a native of Lake City; For lighted each Sunday until in the past six months or the Lottie Moon Christmas offering October. citizens have an appreciation RENTALSMr.
and spent several years assisting ... Friday Christmas eve, when the rose so. The family requested that for Foreign Missions Richardson said strict law of the good work'that Muhl-
at the Boys Ranch sponsored candle will be lighted, at the any memorial gifts be In the This fund supports over 2,500 enforcement Is needed here, hofer has done.
Walz 79
by the Sheriffs Association -' Mrs. Christmas Eve Service of Car- name of the Choir. Her services Baptist Missionaries In 67 geographical and that the police force shouldbe .. M.lb. ....n 473-4740
of Florida In Live Oak: Mrs. Grace M. Wale 79.formerly ols and Candles at 7:30 p.m. were held In the Sanctuary areas around the evident and not dormant. But Councilman Cay Livingston Col.L. 7.J.Robtn.on Ch .lniton 4 73-4679 7 J.1041
Edward McClellan. Director of of Lake Brooklyn Key- Dec. 24.The and members of the Eastern world. More than 220 new missionaries In reply Starnes said the Jr. put his finger on the P.ich.l C.rr 4734051B

the Ranch could not be with us, stone Heights, died Monday dally 5:30 p.m. prayer Star sat in a body. Hazel have been appointedso town Is small and has onlya key to the problem when he said
but Mr. Green' talk was very night In Shands Teaching Hos- service will continue until was a charter member of the far this year. Each church limited police budget($13,815) the council has been told It will

enlightening and Informative.. pital, Gainesville, after an extended Christmas t-ve. Chapter organized In Novem- family 1* urged to give a special to expend. He then defended have to pay up. to $10,000 a
He showed slides of the ranch The annual meeting of Community ber 1959. offering to this fund.A Muhlhofer. Bavfrw ha tin"klV\.... ,
Illness. Mrs. and
that were beautiful and his explanations ; Church will be held Five days later Mrs. Grace special committee will be Mm for 20 years and that during STOP
so clear It made ,her husband moved to Gainesville early In January, and all annual Walz services were also held selected by the Church Nominating that time, the chief had WINTER DRAFTS

one feel they were on the ranch last summer after residing report must be In Church In the Sanctuary, with members Committee for the purpose done far more work than the M Transparent Plastic

Joining In their activities: ,which In Keystone for about ten Office by Dec. 28. of the Womans Club sitting of ministry the possibility residents realize."I TiM STORM KITS
were many. Mr. Green went Into years. In a body. Mrs. Walz was ; of a bus for our !know that Wally has a
detail on the subject of Educa- She was born !in Brooklyn, FELLOWSHIP CLUB the President of the Community area. The bus ministry has been business uptown,"Stames said,

tion, Athletics, Religion, out ,N.Y. on May 23, 1872, and wasa Christmas came In a different Church Women in the early very successful In churches i "and that he plays golf, but
side Interests which were many member of the First United way of celebration for the '60's and served loyally for throughout the country and he's on call 24 hours a day, 11 V fnp 1"J RNr

Including social life We also Methodist Church of Gaines members and visitors of the two terms. With her husband, it Is believed that it might be and we pay him a very low I n
were Informed on how the ranch ville. While in Keystone she Club on Dec. 9. This was a William, who survives her they very beneficial In our commu- salary He has failed to ans- Eat

Is financed. Mr. Green stated served as secretary of Com the Christmas covered dish lunch- moved to Gainesville In an a- nity.This; wer only one call that I know =(] STORM WINDOW KIT 39f.,

that the ranch is non-profit, building committee of the eon held at the Lions Club at partment to be near medicalaid past Sunday was the of, and that was not an emergency Kit consists of 36 x 72 tough plastic
supported entirely by volun- munity Church, and also a past 12:30.: Newly elected President for which Grace required fifth anniversary for our Pastor slncy I've been mayor" sheet, 18 ft. fibre moulding and nails
tary contributions, from Indi president of the Community Lester Shields had placed a several weeks of care, as well in our Church.Wednesday even- Stames said it is difficult
vidualcitizensfoundationsassociatlons Church Women.Surviving Christmas tree with glowing as Mr. Walz. However, his Ing during the Family Night to find an extra officer at utv to STORM DOOR KIT 49?
civic and fraternal Is her husband,William lights on the stage, and arranged health has Improved and he Dinner, a lovely cake In the the price the city Is able to Kit consists of 36' x 84" tough plastic
organization Interested In the Walz; two sons, NormanW. the tables In a com- was able to meet old friend shape of an open Bible with pay and that he has received In td;a, sheet, 21 ft. of fibre moulding and nails

welfare of our youth. Walz. Summit, N.J., and plete square so that no one following the church cervices. five candles was presented to only one application for the v 11wti e Al Hardwire S lumber Dtiltrt Everywhere

Mr.,. Green stated that this John M. Walz, Fanwood, N.J.; had to look at anyone. back, Their Keystone home was the Pastor 8IId HMrs. Carrollto ,job. He said that he has two T +Pi' i1..r. in lt..tic.
twd'daughters..' 'Mrs.: RichardL. but all faced the officers table on one of the bay of Lake celebrate the anniversary. other men In mind for the position r C it.1'6Y651 (at f/ i.l.w*n.d ivj4
Is a home for needy boys who .- Macklin, Oak Ridge, Term., and each wore an emblem- Brooklyn, where seasonally her The Carrolls are dearly loved and that when It comes -
are brought there and very well and Mrs. Frank Dalhoff. Tyler atic name tag, such as Star, son and daughters and grand- and respected by all of the ,.
cared for by their fine person- Texas; one brother, WilliamC. Christmas Tree, Christmas children enjoyed the treats offered church members, and we hope
Dunedin sister and friendship wreath. lakeside home In that they will be with us for .
nel.Several Ings, ; one Stocking, by a ,
people have called the Mrs. Joseph Romleln, Branch- The Incoming officers had symbolic Florida. many more years. Nells S is
Church for the address of Mr. according to tyle iwp .
vllle, N.J.; and 11 grandchUd- name tags, :
and Mrs. Louis 1 Kyle who recently ren.Funeral his office. President Sheets hada ------- -- ,

moved to California;"*,'' :. services were held white star with blue trim, r-------- (Lake Saata Fe) IByi
For those Interested It is as j ''' Community fashioned the INDIAN BEACIGreetlrw. I MIchel H. ChJUy
fit 11 a.m. Friday in the upon which was ,
follows: 740 -West 214 St.I' ,,' Church of Keystone gavel, the emblem of his office I : Phone 471-1112 I. HAS THE .PLEASURE OF ,

Torrence, California, 90502. if Heights with Rev. Stewart Mc- ; Mrs. Mltta Kersey lit
'" *Cord and Rev. Alfred Vought Vice President had the friendship friends and neighbors ther-ln-law. Mrs. Carpenterwas ,
WOMANSCLUB Jacksonville :
(,""conducting. Interment in the wreath, in colorful trim. from your Rolling-Repor in Wednesday : 6
The Womans Club will sponsor Keystone Heights Cemeterywith 2nd Vice President Mrs. Lillie ter. This week I'm writing my and Thursday visiting Mr. and ..
Christmas Food sale on.. David Reid and ,
a first column on my new type- Mrs. sons
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral displayeda
Saturday, Dec. 18 from 9 a.m. Roberts, emblem writer, and I'd like to say Praisethe RUBY O'STEEN OF GAINESVILLE ,
Home in charge. book and the pencil
on In front of the Keystone program Lord for It. I had used the 1

to Water bring Co.baked Members and food are items asked.. >t''. to she record will the arrange programs for In which the old typewriter through for Junior nearly and eleven Sen- 'ine up Griffins fishing for have hunting sort of with given .,,h / AND KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND ,

Secretary, Mrs. the season being In Roy and
to sell by 8:30: a.m. If that, coming year. ior High, two terms at Santa Fe
time inconvenient things may' ". Fern Hanson, her emblem recording car- Junior College, part of a Cores MR FELIX OF GAINESVILLEwe're ,
miniature Ken Klmmons of
be brought to the water lompany : -, ried a pondence Course In Writing, and Keystone
booklet and pencil for she will Height caught 5 schooling bass
on Friday between 9 and the Lord only (knows how many;
take the minutes of the meet- on Wednesday and had lots of
12a.m. of Bible Notes letters
ing in 1972; Treasurer, Julius pages it strikes, but that seems to be t
and everything else :So wasa
ARTS FESTIVAL Hanson had a stocking! in whichhe good'un, but I'm sure glad to all of the fishing news. Glen t
the receiptsof Griffin killed 6 buck
was to store a point
Members reminded that which all
are nf have a new one on
Club and a pencil the first of the
Literature the year, day season
entries in Poetry and the keys work. I'm learning to
Categories for the Fine Arts "Too much of the milk ol f r to make the entries; and finally type; without a shield over the Last week. Roy. Glen and AlIen -
Mr, Emily Icon, Corresponding went to Woodvllle to Roy'sbrother
Festival In Gainesville must human kindness Is kept in a I keyboard, after using one for
Secretary, Fellow- John to hunt with film,
be in by January 13 to allow frozen state." twelve years, and as soon as I
ship Wreath was to remind her The only woman In the party
get used to It I'll be faster than
to keep all member informed killed a nine point buck one
and special ever day and the next day killed IIappyto
of the meeting an
We received word last Friday ILlV
mmws* notices. A white cross' emblemwas night that Granny Copeland's eight point buck on the same A x<
Milton Scrip stand.
worn by Rev.
brother John Bradberry of
ture, who lead In the devo- Boas, Ala., who wa* 83. had have you t
tionals and showed and nar- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smithof
gone home to be with the Lord.
I rated a movie on the Night Before How wonderful it 1* to know the U.S. Navy visited his

I I1 Christmas. he had accepted Christ a* his grandmother, Mr*. Beulah as a Customer
Several winter visitors were Savior, and know he' much- Smith and aunt Mrs. Ruby
back with us, and we were also better off than we are who are Wolfe Friday afternoon. t
happy to greet prospective left behind. Sure, we'll miss t tt

members. Emily and LewIs him, but one glad day we'll Mrs. Barbara Smith was in
Watson from the State of Maine, be reunited with Uncle John Jacksonville Friday Christmas

are back in their winter retreat and all the other who've gone shopping. Saturday, her par-

at Interlachen. Mr. and to be with the Lord, but then ents, Mr. and Mr*. C. Duffln i
Mr*. Glover and Mary Benham we'll never be separated again.: were down for a hamburger
who recently moved to their
Thursday, I spent most of the cookout.
Brooklyn Lake home, we hope
bert with my grandparent* Hu
will Mr. and Mrs.
Join us; b and PalmaCh1 InStarke, Congratulation are in order
Vernon and Orla Burns also while parents James and or John and Sue Eckland on the

winter visitors, also renewed Cricket my and Granny Copeland birth of their son, Ellis AAron
their membership in the Club, were In town tending come Eckland. born Deco 3 In Ala-
as they thoroughly enjoy the Friday afternoon my Chile General Hospital. Sue's
business. <
Fellowship Mrs Burns 1* sister grandparent came out and had mother, Mr*. Beatrice Weln- Jank:

of Julius Hanson. Mrs Be- supper) and visited with, us, fleW of Los Angeles Cal.came you so much for your patronage.
de Mann visited this time, and
1 n Mrs. Gladys Jennings, whose Saturday morning we were down to be with them for a few t We genuinely appreciate you as our customer and

There's time saving conveniencewith winter retreat Is In Hlllcrest visited by my cousin Mrs. Peg week and take care of her new have that'we' shall make t
you our assurance every
rejoined the Club. Mr.and Mrs. gy Mersey of Theressa, and my grandchild.

Special Checking AccountThe Wlddon of White Sand Lake were Pastor Bro. Melvin Hamel of effort to maintain the friendly type of relationship
a Hampton. Getting back to our news.
late visitors, and so we hope
they all will be back with u* Aunt Clara Sullivan of Willis- t so necessary for your continued confidence

time and save by at the January luncheon. We PERSONALS ton, came out Saturday evenIng and good will. t
energy you were happy to have Mrs. Vera Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fraser and spent the night and the

being able to just sign'your name for every Lambing with us again and met pent the weekend with Mr. and next day with \us. Sunday morn- You will find all of us eager to serve you in

bill is well worth our small fee for each her son, Ruggles Dodge, recently Mrs. Daryl Barrows and with 'ing. Aunt Teenle and Uncle Roy
their eon Andy Fraser who fa.ta'Ina Crenihaw of Gainesville, came every possible way.
check. Open an account; t with us soon. retired from many; year with the Barrows. They t .
by and picked up Granny Copeland -
of service Vietnam.
There he assisted caring for attended the basketball game inKeystone and had dinner with the Once again, our sincere thanks. t

We have many services, all suited to fit a orphan children near a military Heights Friday nightIn newlywed In our family Joan Sincerely' yours,
which Andy participated.Our and Terry Bohamon In Theiressa -
particular banking, peed. There's one for < ,camp.but this Not( reporter to be egotistical en-- sympathy 1* extended to Joan Is the Crenshaw'*

you consult us soon and you'll see. Joyed thoroughly and was, full Mr. and Mr. D.W. Carpenter daughter and my cousin. Then t
on the death of Mr. Carpenters returned and saint the
they t
of th, Christmas spirit In making -
the symbolic name tags, brotherInlaw.T.& afternoon and had supper with Nell' Beauty Shop
"STATE BANKMember which a vote of thanks wa* Mlddleton of Tampa.ul81' attended u*. Russ and Jean Pierce and
KEYSTONE his funeral there last
extended to her. Some members on Jeremy of Gainesville,also

F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. kept them for remem- week.Mrs. Jewel and Mrs. Estelle pent Sunday with us. t
brance which Is
the .
B.nli'In true Christmas.really Watkln visited Mr.Carpenter Well, that deal It fer 'no- MELROSE, FLA. PHONE 475-2211 j t
"Your Friendly Your Friendly mean Monday. Mrs. Watkins will be ttier time. So until we meet
coil made the
Community." Installation of the officers. His remembered u a former resident again, "May the good Lord : .
Margaret Robbins moo bless you In a special way'?
Instruction was clear and con:
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YOU saved and slaved for wall SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned. FOR SALE- Bedroom Home
CLASSIFIED: AD RATES to wall carpet. Keep It new DANNY'SPHOTOGRAPHY LEW'S oiled and adjusted: In your on,2 1/2 acres land. Have well
with Blue Lustre. Rent elec- home$5.00., Vacumn cleanerrepaln stocked fish pond. Pecan and
Minimum Chnrf. .... .1.71. tric shampooer $1. Devrick, WEDDINGS WELDING SHOP also. All work guarant fruit trees. $12,500 $7200
(CoTr IS word) Inc., Builders & Supplies, PORTRAITS eed. Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone down. Monthly payment 60.63.

Each word ever IS-7e Starke, Fla.HORSES COMMERCIAL Whl.op.rfn* Pint JKp- 431-1423 tfchi Call Bill Powell Real Estate
114 N. Walnut \ tel US 301 S. Phone Broker. 964-6464. tfchg. .,
SOc Extra Chine If not FOR SALE One 7-8 Stark. 964.8188EDWARD'S
paid In eCLASSIFIED white Arabian mare, with 2 9M-8252: FOR AENT- 12 wide. 2 bed-
months old sorrel colt (mare UTILITY TRAILERS, room trailer outside city lim- O.C. Carnes Nursery
DISPLAY barrelracer) One Shetland and Iii, J.B. White, 964-6114 if
'1.50 Per Inch Welch pony buckskin, gentle no answer call 964-8799. ,
rides or pulls cart. Reason! Cattle Complete line of Purina Feeds GAS AND ELECTRIC Fruit Trees, Shade Trees

Memorials Revolution* able, will deliver locally. Mrs. cat. Wilson!, horse Toomer hog, dog and WELDING BRAZING .Evergreens, Camellias,

Proclamations, etc -7c word Hazel Grlffls Rt. 1, Box 43, Cattle horse, hog.dog Fertilizer.worming SHEET METAL ''Azaleas, Roses

CARDS OF THANKS Starke. 964-7903. ]tp. medicines, all kinds. Costal TRAILER HITCHES Mart In tare Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING

+ 9''' SO words or leNa __. ....N FOR RENT: 5 bedroom furnished Bermuda: nay uchg. INSTALLED tv

Each word over 89-7e house on KIngsley FURNITURE) ; P'MI., S.E. of Starke. Hwy. 101

Lake. Phone 964-5832. tf. FOR RENTFurnished & unfurnished Quality Home Furnishing Florabome 8SS-216J:
apartment In town
f Custom !
FOR RENT; : 2 BR. house unfurnished WANTED: A good home for 2-5 also house In country. W.H.Nollman. SAVE
nice yard newly decorated month old Terrier pups In rural UchgtWI ThoM Long Distance Carpeting The Glass Shop
1 inside. Call 964-5801. area. Phone 473-4160 If Interested Phone Calls Interiors by Victor

Itchg. Itp. We now handle air lint,; 1600 Park Ave ''- Orange Park Glass

: ticket cruises and ZM-9331 tf ..,, _.
tourt. 'I'
FOR SAU:: Chihuahuas, tiny, FOR SALE: Christmas gifts TEW4D I ror"I.' '
A.K.C. Call\ after 6:30 p.m. religious and miscellaneous W. offer a plclal package :;

4733275.tP.\ plaques. 25C! and up. 782-3363. Tour of New FOR SALE 200 Acre Farm, AH CARS and TRUCKS

........ .. .... .. .. Itp. 80 A. cleared, bal. In timber, Installed While-U-Walt
,:,::::::::: ::; : ;:;:::::::;:::,:,:::,:::::::::::::roi : DimeWorld
dwellings barns, tobacco al- Custom Vinyl Auto Tops
Come In And -: Call 964.7449 lotment paved road; Terms;
1'Randy Register For FOR SALE A.J. Thomas, Realtor,Tel.964- 1017 N. Main\ GrvllleTaking
: 4 o o T S
2 Bedroom Nice Cement P.O. Box 226 N. Temple I

FREEPnizis Block home, Fire place, applications foi
Edmondson tak.s a shot at the bask.t during Enclosed '"
Garage. Near SALE
halftime at Santa F., and appear all concentration. I FHA 235
Bradford's only bright spot Saturday night cam when I Lawtey on 301. And IeI' Brown Vicon |I
the Tornado+ bag boy Randy Edmondson and the Raider : COHTACTGEOIWE Up New Brick :3 and 4

bag boy got tog.th.r for their own bask.t ball game dur ::$ Given Bedroom Homes
ing halftim 11; :
Call for Details
_Edmondson went_. on to shut out the Raider 12.0 during Monday Of Each Month. ROBERTS made
.L in* holfr'm. anTICS. 11 No Purchase Necessary.! REAL( ESTATE yourindividual Low Down Payment

:. PHONE 964-7826 olkawagenNew hearingrequirements and Moderate Monthly!

mis JVDrops BUS Beat i?: Mary Carter i ij 421 W. MADISON ST.CHILI General Farm Sale *. Service Use additional cott at no PaymentsLONGCHAMP HOMES

Two On BoardsFrom r j f* & Western Store Phone JM-8853 '
Paints 1 ML North of Tire MallGAINEBVILLE ALL MAKE HEARING .iSonUi
I::: :;:: CARE SUftoTF

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Four Tornadoes scored !In ;::::::':::::':':':::::::':::,::::::: :: : ::::::::::-r.-r.::;;::: ;: AINESVILLE HEARING!
Score by Quartcrs- doubles. Bernard Williams led of the finer things of
with eight field goals for 16 FOR SALE: 1965 Honda 150cc. "THE PLAYHOUSE" life-Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired AID CO. I

BIIS10 !9 J 14 18 51 points. Guard Willie !Newsomehad : Good running condition,$125.00. Rent electric shampooer and cleaned at Dahmers Discount 1137 N. W. 23rd Ave. NOTICEStarke
SF21 23 20 9 73 six field goals for 12 points 9646854.tp.\ 1025 W. MADISON ST. $1. Devrick, Inc, Builders ,, fast service tfchg
while Vernon Barber, replacing Hardware & Supplies, Starke, ilnesville, Florida 32601 j
BUS- Blalock 2-1-5 Golden Jimmy Ricks In the second FOR SALE Whirlpool porta- CHILDREN ALL ACES Fla. Phone 376.0095 and Keystone

4-1-9 Sewell 3-1-7 White \11- half pushed BUS back Into the ble dish washer. Excellent con JOY ROWE .::9o yh5ty.: Heights J area Customers
2-22 Mutchins 1-2-2, Hayes lead with 10 points.,Ricks also dl tlon. Phone 533-2825. Up. CARL BEGGS
346. Totals 24-3-51. had 10 points. .. .) PHONE 964.8465 FOR SALE: 2 repossessed mo- Gulf Service Hastings Mattressand
It was defense, however, that bile homes. A deal of a life
gave the Tornadoes the win time. Olln's\ Mobile Homes USED PART Upholstery
SFWoods 8-0-16 Stalnaker
6-1-13, Thomas 1-1-2,, Robinson Cold In the first period the lIENS FOR SALE: South of steel Sales, 100 West Starke tfchg. fey rrleee for Wnckefl Can Building LotsAvailable

9-1-19 Curry 0-2-2, Smith 6- Tornadoes didn't start to hit mill on Lincoln City; Road. 500! SI HOST Wrecker Service 710 St. Johns Ave
0-12, Jenkins 4-1-9. Totals 34- until Bernard'Williams got a each. 964-5760. Itp. PALATKAIs
5-73. hot hand in the':Jast of the ATTENTION Fuel Oil -
first As"+( BUS Need a lot for .our dream
period. team FOR SALE: 1964" Olds Dynamic Open AgainFURNITURE
Vied Can .
Curtis White hit only 34 percent' of Its 88. Good condition. Phone Bradford County home? We've got 'emt! All
grabbed 22
rebounds -
nwy. SOt N. Wild utilities i
field attempt.1' available.Financing
arid scored 11 points goal THIWOfUMOLDtSTAUJOMQULt 964-6155. Best offer. Itchg.
In leading Bradford's Junior But they didn't mind puttingthe MANf S ResidentsBuy 4O-1IM, also available.call If you're Interested Repaired Refinished (
Varsity basketballers to a vic- ball up, shooing# 84 times us. .Starke
GODDING & CLARK First Inc., at First ReupholsteredNEW
and making 29"6f!) them. Neither
tory over St. Augustine's JV pick-up covert at
here Friday night. did It seern,'to'matter how 2nd AV ,,AanJ. St. I. i dealer'your prices direct from FOR SALE: 1964 964-7337 Plymouth(Fury Good Federal MATTRESSES

SA kept It close in the first far out they were;5' the BUS 323Vt ( our factory In Ocala. $450.00 call -
quarter with Anderson being players just bombed( the bas- GAINtSVIU.1HOUSE ; Condition). FOR RENTi: Mobile homes on FREE" ESTIMATES

their highest scorer only getting ket The until they began to hit. REFINISniNGALL Show us your Bradford County FOR RENT: Trailer lot, on Lake Geneva central heat and Call Collect 328-2114
three of their nine points to game was almost two
FOR SALE: Move to air lake
and dock
our 12 points. Half of Starke'lnrst minutes old when SA first got your lot. Phone 964-6950 or TYPES Driver s License and save F.P.L. Call after 5:00: p.m. Lagasse's Trailer Park. Rd.
964-8238. tfchg.
quarter points were made on the score board with a free 782-3886 Itp. UPHOLSTERYCABINET middle man's profits covers 100 call 473-4753.
by Curtis White and the other throw. SA slowly' built up a WORK for any siie trucks startingat FOR,1I.Eh 2 bedroom, con-
half by Avaughn Golden. 5-0 lead. Less than 2-1/2 minutes FOR RF.NT: : 2 bedroom homeIn 139.00 and up. WATSON'SROUSE 3tchg. 12/23._ crqto: block house guar shopping
BUS pushed In front during remained In the first quarter country. 2 black yearling Expert Reprodacth.fi center.. Low down )payment -
the second quarter as Starke'sJV when Bradford first got on heifers. $100.00 each for sale. C. E.: JACKSON This offer for limited time !!: O1 'VACUUMSM $200.00 DOWN;, new brick and ; easy terms. Call: Hu-
rmdo 12 points to the 6 the score board on Bernard Phone 9648699. Itchg. \nyc brands of new.., vacuums block homes. Payments as low ford Mitchell, phone 964-6760,
by SA. Half time score end- Williams' 12-foot Jumper. Williams 1313 W. Madison Starke only. $:)9.00 up. Used machines from as $70,00 a month. You may P.O. Box 238, .Starke, tfclig.
ed up being 24-15 as the Tor- hit on another long jumper $10. Expert Repairs all makes. qualify If you earn between I
nadoes went in the locker room to get BUS up to 4-7, than Call Or Write Pats and Accessories for allvacuums $70 and $140.00 a week. Call 16 ,\ACHES I
feeling safe. Willie !Newsome: sunk a lay up CHRISTMAS TREESf' for sale .' Built lit Centre vac- Crown Builders, 964-8337. on t'.S. 301 South
BUS came out letting a lot on the fast break to make it R. E. JONES various sizes and prices. Mrs. Pioneer Campers wan cleaning systeml.-'II N. tfchg. Call 641 ft Bill. on IIIY)'.; $8,500.00' Cast-!

of non-starters play and SA 6-7 with 1:33: : left In the per- W.A. Stern, phone 964-5614.4tp. 123 N.W. 13th St. Main Gainesville 376-7110 6464 or 964-6810 Powell Hrokr 964-
scored II points to the Tor- 12/23.

nadoes' 11. Starke's JV, play- iod.With 24 seconds left In the PH. 622.5260 INTERSTATE moving-In, Fla.MOBII.E Call 964-5608 Home-, BUILDING: LOTS on SR. 16.
ended a the man 3rd on man defense, opening period Jimmy HIcks LAND CUSTOM SEWINGFashion Fa- Ocala, Fla. -,...... -. ttch.. Building Lots on SR.230.Build-
quarter leading :; :::::: -
was fouled and tied the gameat brics. 114 E. Call St. Phone ing Lots on SR. 100. Call Hill
35-26. 7-7. & Lots Water 964-8344. 4tp 12/9 :;.:::,::, J Powell
OUT OF TOW2: Broker 964-6464
1/2 ,
Fourth -w uI : acre or
quarter was almost In the second quarter both Holes Pushed, Land --- -- I, MOII: GiI: t ::' farm with house priced at 9646810.
BUS completely;; dominated by the teams came out running. Brad- scaping. LOTS FOR SALE Starke Coir N HC M!! INC? $6,500.00 Paved road. A.J.

doubled cagers SA, outscoring as they more the Jac-than ford Immediately took the upper A Hole I In Your Roof t & Country Club, ready for Thomas, Healtor 'i'e1.964-
.' hand with Able Williams. building on or for Investment.Lots .
kets tfchg.
ford 17-7. ThO win left the Brad- Vernon Barber, Jimmy Ricks, PHONE area approximately 1/2 [ISTING
cagers 2-0. Bernard William, and Willie 964-7205 acre and larger. Paved roads
Score !Newsome: all contributing to : only 3 minutes from town.
by Quarters-
the Tornadoes 22 points in the MOrA Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. WANTED: Acreage, large or
1311512 period. Bernard Williams con- tfchg small. Buyers waiting. Strout SEWING HOMES i
SA 9 12 6 11 1752 tinued to stay hot, scoring eightof FOR SALE: 2 full size Iron Realty; Inc. 2117 N. Temple
11 7-33 Other odds and
beds, complete.
the 22 points BUS
as took Ave. 964-6609 or 964-8238. MACHINESales
out a 29-23 halftime lead. ends, Cheap. !Phone 964-6467 tfchg. / 'AVAILABLE FOR
Blalock 6-0-12, Golden lip -i & J Roofing Co.
7-1-15. Sewell 2-0-4, White Frank McNeal: kept the Yel- JIMMY MOORE'SSUN and Service YOURLOTX3,500
S-1-1L! Bright 4-0-8 McMillan low Jackets close in the second Phone 96 1-8778 SPORTS INSURANCE PFAFF NECCHI
1-0-2. Totals 25-3-53. Quarter scoring eight of the LOST IN STARKE Sunday AT REDUCED RATa
South New HomeUniversal
HI 301
Jackets way AUTO BOAT
16 second quarter night, a billfold own..d MOORE BOAT FOR
SA- Garrett 2-1-5, Anderson points. by Diane Hunnicutt DOYLE E. CONNERINSURANCE
4-1-9, Mitchell 4-1-9, Popes with Jacksonville identi YOUR MONEY AGENCY: $49:50: up
In the second half the out-
--<. Stafford HELPING hand General ....
? 3-0-6. Totals NEED
come of the game was never. fication. Phone 431-1530 Starke Ph. 964-5791 Parts & Repairs on
15-3-33. Raiford. It chg 12/16 Ranch work done, also
all other Make Ma-
In question. the Jackets simply fence repaired. Call 964-8635 Outboard & 1600 SO. FT.
couldn't keep with Complete FOR SALE: 5 hp Mini Bike chinesNATIONAL
Bradford's running pace game and WATER FRONT LOTS after 6 p.m. Itp. Stern Drive Service and used very little. Good condition -

NoFault LawExplained closely played man-to-man de- FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1968 Bridgestone Repair. Complete Fiberglass Call 9647475. Itp. AREACALL

fense. On Crosby Lake and' Crosby 90 motorcycle. Good condition. Repair. Custom- Reduce safe and fast with Go- All W. Unix. AV. LIVING

To BUS center Jimmy Ricks got Lake Canal. )Canal) Located 50 feet on Call 964-5040 after 5 p.m. built Fiberglass Flatting Be se Tablets & E-Vap "waterpills" Gainesville. Florida
Into foul trouble in wide, 8 feet deep 12/23. '
early the Westof Stchg. Boat*.. Andrews Pharmacy. 4tp. 318.1355'r
State Road 100, 3 miles
Civitan Club second halt and Vernon Bar- 1/6.
ber replaced the tall junior. Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca- HOOF TRIMMING!: done. For V

George Robert, local Insurance Barber came ln'like a tiger, tion cottage, mobile home or appointment,, call 964-8635 alter FOR RENT K1NGSLEY LAKE, WANTED T 0 PURCHASE 1st

: agency owner, discussed scoring 10 points In the second Investment. $1.295.00, $200 6 p.m. Itp. modern two bedroom duplex apartment or 2nd Mortgages for cash. SLADE
Tuesday morning theslate's half and grabbing" seven big Prices andstart at. month! for 36.n furnished and air- Call John Bradley, 964-5010. PUMPSNEW
new no-fault automobile rebound BUS showed no weak down FOR SALE Gifts lamps, Jewelry conditioned. Call Merritt Wil! 4 tchg. 1/6-
Insurance law which will ness as Barber replaced Ricks
go Into effect January I I. 1972 well one of the more heartenIng eaCall 9 First house north of 18 tfchg. FOB RENT: Unfurnlslied houseon
I with the Starke Civitan Club. parts of the game as far 964.7701 8 ajn.tf to on 301. Itp. Highway 301 South$40. Phone SALES
Most policy holders will have as Tornado coaches were con- p.m. weekdays. FOR SALE: Stock trailer, metal 964-7490 Mon. thru Friday 8 PARTS :SERVICES
the same basis coverage they cerned. body over size tires. Have to to 11 and I to 4 p.m. Itchg. SERVICE II
previously held, Roberts said. You Have Triad I see to appreciate.468-1S28.,Itn..
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1 hose drivers who have not "We're gonna be tough, saidan Deep nnd Shallow Wells
been carrying collision Insurance exuberant Athletic Director The Rest-Now Water Softeners and For Information
may wish to Include David Hune. "We'velOt seven Wire Hair Terriers FiltersPlumbing I
that coverage !In order to col- starters" Presumably he was Try The Best I CaD JackHonrUJe ,
thinking of Vernon Barber and Score by Quarters: CoDed
lect On.the no-fault clause. Supplies -
The 15 cent reduction in Danny McKInney In addition to I
premiums per written Into the new the five Coach, Mike Sexton SA7 BHS7 22 16 16 9 18 1749- 63 JACK SOUTHARD AKC. Reg. Litter, '11 wks. old EXPERT SERVICE ON I II
started Friday night: Jimmy
law pertains) to the basic cost I
Must ALL
but not optional Ricky Bernard Williams, Ma- ROOFING 20 Dec. Ideal for Xmas.
of Insurance
lachl henry. Able Williams and BUS- Jimmy Ricks 4-2-10, PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE I
coverage.will not Therefore be decreaseda premiums Willie Newsome. Able Williams 4-1-9, Danny McKinney CONTRACTORPhone be seen to appreciate. IF YOU HAVE Dozer or Front I'
1-0-2, Willie Newsome end loader don't let It sit Idle.
straight 15 per cent overall BUS Increased ,Its lead to 6-0-12
Roberts stated. 45-32 at the end of the third 16 Malachl, Williams 8-0- PHONE PUMP ,& SUPPLY CO. Let us clean'our acrelU'en':
Henry Ver-
1-2-4 reasonable 964-8635
Civitan Club Is making SA The 473-3485 rates.
The local period, outscoring 169. non Barber 5-0-10, total 29- after 6 p.m. Itp.
progress on plans for its Tornadoes maintained that lead
5-65. W. W. HOOD
January March of Dime benefit In the fourth quarter, edging Keystone HeightsAnd WE REPAIR and made sell lor nearly FOR RENT: 2 brand new trailers -
needle any;
walkathon. The club U the Jackets 18-11.10 take a St. AugustineMeade 4-2-10, Surround ing. Areas Camp Blandlng for Appointment every brand stereo regardless of age. also have 3 used trailersfor
busy rounding up sponsors 03-49 win. their second In two Cant t-2-101 Bryant 8-3-13, Also the long play records at sale. Call 964-GII4. If no
'endpa rUcfpenti.J.E. tarts to that time. Able Williams Lewis 3-1-7, McNtal 4-1-9, total All Work Guaranteed 533-2732 $1 off regular price st Dah- answer call 904-8799.\)! I Ic1g.d .
Tomllnson was In chargeof hit on three straight baak 20949. mer'i Dlneount. ttet\t\
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