Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01686
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 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
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01686
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I 1971 Land Sales t ',tom. '

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figures Indicate that property Involved. However Among the reasons given for
land sales In Bradford County; since documentary stamps are this Increased Interest In property
during 1971 broke all previous used on other Instruments, In here are the following:
records, totaling between four addition to property transfers, -The opening of Disney World
and five million dollars. actual land sales are only a near Orlando,and the sky-rock-
The estimate Is based on fraction of the total.It eting of land values In that [
state documentary tax stamps Is estimated, however, that area, which has sent specu- ;:; ry M
which are affixed to recorded property sales Increased by lative buyers to North Florida :
deeds at the rate of $3 In about 30 per cent over 1970, looking for reasonable Investments -
stamps for every $1,000 worth and the Clerk reports that the .
of property sold. recording of deeds in his office -Development of US-301 asa
Circuit Court Clerk Gilbert Is at an all-time high. main artery In north-south
S. Brown said that so far this Tax Assessor Gene Long,who travel, now that Interstate 75
year a total of $9,837 worth has to keep up with changesIn : Is loaded to capacity; with many '
of stamps has been sold by land ownership, agrees that drivers avoiding It for that .dr .a'.4.C
his office Indicating a net value property Is changing hands now reason. Recent traffic counts
of nearly $10 million on the at a rapid pace. Indicate that 301 Is carryinga In It* 'final stages of completion I it the third phase of the struction which includes a domed shaped house will be
record number of vehicles Bradford-Union County Vocational Technical School The con completed at a cost of $320,009. green

I (:\\iristnms\ Ere Tragedy want daily.-Jacksonville to get away residents from the who big

city; complex and settle down on School Construction Was Major Item .
'alal:l Life Of need Letri small parcels of land "out In
the country.
-Speculators from the Miami
Christmas eve brought trag- way In on an Incline when area who are Interested In land
edy to Reed Lewis, 40, who the driver of an automobile that Is relatively cheap and In County's 1971 Building Program:
was killed Instantly when the behind him, apparently blind- who want to buy before values -
mini-bike he was riding homeas ed by the sun, struck him from become Inflated In this area. The County: ; Tax Assessor's '" '"
a surprise gift for his 13- behind killing him instantly.Mr. -The natural growth of the office reports 229 building permits -
year-old son,, Randy,was struck Lewis; was born near State, which Is now reachingout Issued In the county; dur- ----- rw ,
from behind. Just a few feet Starke on May 30,_ 1931; wasa Into areas heretofore over- ing the year, but according to
from the driveway Into their veteran of the Korean War looked. records, more than two-thirds
home on Highway 314 between and a member of Pine Level But whatever the reason, all of them were for trailers and
Sliver Springs and Salt rlngS. Baptist Church. observers seem to agree that mobile homes.
Surviving Is his wife, lean there Is a big Interest now In
Mr. Lewis, a native of Marke Atkinson Lewis, of Silver Bradford County; properly. Largest single construction
had been living In Marion County Springs; his parents, Mr. and project completed during the
; for the past three years, Mrs. Emery Lewis, of Starke; year was the Town House En-
where he was employed at the one son, Emery Randolph Lewis terprises apartment complexon C
compressor station of Florida ; and two daughters, Reeda LegislativeHearing E. Brownlee St. The 60-
Gas Transmission Co. lie was Ilean and Debra Ann Lewis unit structure covers more than
formerly omployed at the all of Sliver Springs; one bro- 65,500 square feet with an
Brooker station of the same ther, Meed C. Lewis, Lake assessed value of $361,000.
company, with whom he had City; ; and two sisters, Mrs. Paul ,
been-associated ,for.13! years. Faulkner and. Mrs. Woodrow Set Jan. 12A Another "big ore", was c* i- 1t a : w Wr
Mr. Lewis had reportedly Thomas, both of Starke. structlon of the new Draw-Tlte
purchased the mini-bike for Funeral services were held warehouse on East Brownlee, 4
his son and was keeping it at at 2 p.m. Monday In the Pine public hearing will be held with a total of 11,400 square ..
the station until Christmas He Level Baptist Church with Rev at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 12, feet and an assessed value of
and his wife drove over to pickup John Strickland and Rev. Colin in the County; Commission room $45,600. "
the motorbike last Friday Williamson conducting. inter- of the Bradford County; Court- These were the only two major -
afternoon and Mr. Lewis decided ment was In Crosby Lake Cem- house for the purpose of discussing projects constructed without a rt
to drive it home He etery with DeWitt C. Jones legislative matters public money.
was approaching the drivewayto Funeral Home In charge of pertaining to the upcoming 1972
his home, where the high- arrangements. session. New school construction made i'
up the majority; of the 1971 build- :
Sen. Bob Saunders and Representatives Ing projects with the third phaseof
Gene Shaw and the Vocational Technical
Wayne Holllngsworth will be Training Center just being com- IIIIIiIIIIIIIIII
Plea DayAs any pertinent legislative matter tions at the high school.
with the citizens of Brad-

? ford County.; Construction at the Vo-Tech .+ "'" M Sint NMhA4M1 r '.
ail ,!
Many County; and City; officeholders consisted of three buildings:
and the general public are an adult education complex
Invited to attend the hearing. housing five classrooms and a

Appear In kitchen; a new classroom for
the horticulture class; and a
dome shaped greenhouse
Sen. JacksonTo which Is in its final stage of
Arthur W. Robert receivedan dltional 30 days In Jail if the
Cost of the three
unusually stiff sentence from fine was not paid.
County; Judge Theron Yawn Robert had pled guilty; to CampaignIn buildings was placed at $320-
Tuesday afternoon after plead worthless check In 000 by School SuperintendentTom
ing guilty; In County; Judge's October a of 1970 to Sheriff P. Starkeu.s. Casey *&** < ; *fe-.Al

court to issuing a worthless D. Reddish for payment of a

check.Robert was sentenced to 10 fine.He was also lined $26 or 3 Senator Henry M. Jack- ter The, completed new ;

days In the county; Jail and fined days on a slmular charge and son, an announced candidate in $213,000, is the I. now
$51 while ordered to make restitution ordered to make restitution. Florida's presidential primary ing construction the old ph os. .f I
of the check. Judge In the morning session of plea will begin a motor caravan with high i
a new
Yawn also stipulated that Ro- day the normally overflowingcourt tour of the state on Monday
bert would receive an adNEW room was unusually Jan. 3. The tour will be In one- This week work
sparse with defendants In nine week segments and will take the
of the first 14 cases falling to candidate Into every county; seat
appear. of the state, and most of the
Judge Yawn ordered the arrest towns In between. 3
of all falling to appear In
court with their bonds set at The tour will begin In Jacksonville -
'b $501 on the original charge and with the first schc.
$501 on a charge of failure to duled stop In Macclenny. From

appear. there the caravan goes to Lake

Those failing to appear were City(; Jasper, Live Oak, Madison -
Lillie May Chew, GaryJayJennings Monticello, and Tallahassee -
h, iulntrtirr( Leon Lee Butler, Jr., continuing Into the Pan- Three
handle.On .
i Sammie Macky, Jr., Arthur Ed- from the East
ward Gallowav. Wlnford Roland
the fifth day of the tour, ford State
YEAR'S EVE Cribbs Richard, Alponso Lamar Jerome.Sanders.King Friday, Jan. 7, Jackson will Monday night
PARTY and fly from Gainesville to Jack- tal to 12 who
Robert Milllan Barsh, GeorgeC.
Over Robin Louis Doerlng; sonllle for a convocation at cessful breaks
Friday, Dec. 31 Sinclair, Theodore Crews, Jacksonville University: ; and rejoin during 1971.
the at Starke. The The escape
caravan 4)X
Charles D. till, Harold El-
9 to 1 A.M. dridge Dukes Theodore Mel- remainder of Friday will be at 7:36: a.m.
vin Evans Tony Jame Vola spent in Green Cove Springs guards noted that
been cut In a
MUSIC, BY and St. Augustine. The week-
Ronnie Theodore CIravola,Carl long tour will conclude in Pal- wing at the rear ,.'
Vincent Leary and Donald
JIMMY STICKLAND Everett Boals all forfeited atka with a Saturday night fish- mum Assistant security; t

COMBO bonds by falling to appear. fry. F. Tompkins, who :
the East Unit
Edward Pasco Melvin came men went out the
$10 Couple before Judge Yawn In the morn- a venture that
Ing session on five traffic the December 9
Starke Golf charges. He was charged with Holiday four other men
two accounts of failure to Immediately -

And Country Club report an accident ClosingOffices unit.The three "' :-;
with failure to yield right of were: Terry
way, with failure to have vehicle of the Bradford County who was serving helping to salvage bricks 'from the I
Gutsy Of' under control, and with ; Courthouse will be closed armed robbery in '
j tine leaving the scene of an ac- all day Friday Dec. 30, in observance County; ; Larry
? Community% cident. of the New Year holl- 18, serving three adja
Melvin said It Just wasn'this According to Casey, a recent
Stair.Sank day while pleading guilty; to day.CI1y life sentences for ; Middle survey indicated that many stu-
; Hall offices will be open Polk County; ; and dents In
both charges of failure to the county; would not
report -
Friday, but will be closed all Riudabaugh, 23, .
; be used succeed In
Aet.ente Hew Insured'. an accident. He pled not day Monday for armed the regular school
according to City
u, T. $20,000 f ta y guilty; to the other three charges Clerk Merrill Edwards. ; years aggravated a de- system, and presently become
and his cases were bound 45 drop-outs after leaving elementary -
Local: banking Institutions will County. All are
Federal. DepesltUe ; of mId- school.
over to the trial docket. He was remain "We found t
( _.. c:.". fined $36 or three days on both aa well open all all day Friday ket. the about 15 "It Is one area we don't touch
.I, u day Monday on fence only train- above U or 12 ," Casey
(S_ Page 4).) it was announced. (See Peg ) ) said.Ju11a .

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Freda Lois C/ark'tteapmes/ : Bride Open House Held Flynn Home'SceneOf JE1I1at. .'::.:

By T. H. Slades, Open House l59tt 1

Of Larry D. Eaton .In Jacksonville Charles Sawyers '"

'.lr M hey. rr Re.1, and Mrs John Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown- :.:
ice Rae Cacek, n&nlkfflalc" of entertained at "open house" Ing and family of Jesup Ga. .":
Mr. and Mrs. T.I1. Slade and
the bride at Keesler AOrJito/v Sunday at their home on N. Mr. and Mrs. Wlldon Stinson were overnight guests of Col.
.a gown of red velvet and whit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer Church Street of Hampton announce the birth and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr.
net, and red velvet ribbon head- 4 entertained at "open house"Tuesday Christmas decorations _reused of a daughter on Dec. 27 In on Wednesday evening. .'
dress. Her flowers were a red evening of last weekat In the home for the oc- Bradford County Hospital.Duplicate '"
the home of the former :
on casion. The table M. Pa- :
and white carnations nosegay. M '4" YG't tea was covered Capt and Mrs. Dan
E. Call
The oilier attendant, Miss Street with a white cutwork cloth ter III, of San Antonio, Texas, ''::'
FrankIe Hurnsed, wore a bur- covered dining with room embroidered table was and centered with a red and // Bridge have been visiting during the :..:
an ;
white Christmas with Mrs.
velvet arrangement. holidays
gundy and lace dress Christmas
linen cloth and centered with
with net and burgundy ribbon silver holding !Ninety: guests were invitedto Results Given Pater's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
headdress. She epergnette can- call between the hours four and Capt. Pater's
also carried a Gene Long,
dles and camellias. Arrangements
i and seven o'clock. Mr and Mrs. 1 Don
I t i, nosegay. 4&N of camellias were also parents, :
Miss LorettA Clark, youngest used In the party rooms. Ken Dent and Ron Splnks. M. Pater Jr., of Keystone .,
sister of the bride, wore a Among the 150 guests, those and Mrs. J.D. Odom Jr. and Heights. Capt. Pater Is stationed -
white velvet dress trimmed with t I from out-of-town were Mrs. KempSnyderVOWS / Mrs. George Miller tied for at Kelly Air Force
red velvet ribbon, and carrieda :N D.C. Forehand of Albany, Ga. Exchanged first place at the Duplicate Base In San Antonio. '..'"
miniature nosegay. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Georgeof Bridge Club Tuesday night. '
Following the ceremony,a reception fc'N'ur: Palatka, and George Wardof Mr. and Mrs. John Mussollne Jeanne Schnieder, Jan Dobbins -
was held at the home of Lake City.Assisting Miss Evelyn Louise Snyder were second; and tying for Richard and Hhett Hough .
the bride's mother and stepfather in serving and of take Butler and Paul James third were Mr. and Mrs. Ed and Steve Cassells of MiamI; '.
on Ramona Boulevard In I Pi caring for the guests were Mrs. Kemp of Ralford were mar- Wainwright and Mrs. F.J. Shaw Suzanne llasel of Tallahassee,
'Jacksonville. The bride's table, e'er r 1A7'I E.L. Matthews, Mrs. Eve Bald- ried In Grace United Methodist and Mrs. (Harry Mooty. Cindy Wilson of Panama City,
overlaid with a white demask \ win, Mrs. Randy Johns, Mrs. Church at Lawtey last Friday and Greg Hozeimn of We-
cloth, held the two-tiered wed- Ir .r./ i : George Roberts, Jr., Mrs.Virginia afternoon The pastor, Rev. wahitchka are guests this weekOf
ding cake at one end, and punch Darby, Mrs. Harriet RI- Donald Denton performed( the Mr. and Mrs. Larry Miller Gayle Hatcher. :Melissa Rut-
bowl, with fruit punch and sherbet char \.!, and Mrs. Clyde Sin- double ring ceremony in the had as guests on ChristmasDay ledge, Mike King, and 1 Dan
at the other end. Nuts and t clair. presence of a few close friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul !Miller Hardy for a reunion of Harmony -
mints were also served. and son Jerry Mr. and !Mrs Bay Youth, Music Camp,
Miss Freda Lois Clark, of The bride attended elemen- S'f ('t The bridegroom Is the son David (Hodges, and daughter Karen I Florida Iliptist Assembly, Panama -
Keesler Air Force Rase, MIssissippi tary school atHrooker, andgra- rte andys s t riper s of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kempof Ann, of :starke and Mr.and City this Is their third
formerly of Hrookcr, duated In 1971 from Columbia 4 Ralford, and the bride's parents Mrs. Clifford Hodges, of Mac- renuion in Starke.
and Staff Seageant Larry David High School; Lake City.; She is 1 Hosts To Parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. L. clenny.
Eaton of Biloxi, Miss.,wore now In the, (J..S. Air Force at Snyder of Lake Butler !Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hood
united In marriage on Saturday Keesler, Miss. Bradford County Hospital The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. David JlodI1011 of Kingsley Iakereturned Mon-
Dec. 18, In Marietta Kaptlst Sgt. 1':aton Is a personnel instructor -k Candystripcrs held their first Orlando, where Mr. Kemp is had as guests at their homo day after spending the Christmas -
Church, Jacksonville, at 8 with the Air Force at Christmas dinner Tuesday night stationed with the Air force. Wednesday night through Saturday holidays with friends In
o'clock In the evening. fle\'. Keesler. of last week In Die Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tallahassee.
Hubert R. Taylor performed the They will reside at Biloxl, Fellowship Hall. (Hodges of Macclenny.
ceremony.The Miss.! Godwin-Foley/ / / Vows Are ExchangedIn Guests were the Candystrlp- .
bride Is the daughter of er parents, Miss Lillian
Mrs. Joyce Quinn, of Jackson Cadet Chapel A t West Point Stump, Auxiliary president and I Notice
ville. The bridegroom Is the DinnerTheatreParty Mr. and Mrs. Olin \Milte. Important

son of Mrs. Lee KID Eaton I and Given Miss Margaret Ann Foley, bouquet of white carnations, The buffet table was covered .jf .
the late Mr. Eaton,; of Hurnsvllle. daughter of Col.and Mrs. Francis roses and ivy.A with a white linen cloth and held .
Miss. For Gayle Hatcher Edward I: Foley of Rantoul, reception and seated din- two old fashioned gum drop 1 To Tax And
trees at each end. The dining Payers Owners \ .
The church was decorated Ill., and 2nd Lt, James Brown ner was held In the Red Room Property
with arrangements of red and of Mr. and tables were covered with white
Miss Gayle Hatcher celebrated Godwin Jr., son at the West Point Officer'sClub.
white carnations and roses,anda her 16th birthday at the Mrs. James Brown Godwin of The dining tables were cloths and held Christmas ar-
program of nuptial music Alhambra Dinner Theatre In Arcadia, former state Farm covered with gold cloths and rangements. I Please Read \
was presented by Miss Lois Jacksonville on Tuesday even- residents were united in mar- centered with arrangements of Carefully
Taylor. ing with a small group of riage Sunday, I Dec. 19, at 1:30: red candles and Christmas \ .
The bride was given In mar- friends. p.m. (in the Cadet Chapel at greens. The bride's table was Starling Jackson ,
riage by a close friend, Mon- A cake with 1C can- West Point, New; York with covered with a gold cloth over- ,
birthday Told
Engagement t
tee C.) Ferrell, U.S.N. (Retired dles was presented to the honoree Chaplain James ford performing laid with white organdy. One Or More Of The Following Forms
She wore a of .
gown at the conclusion of the the nuptJals."rrangements Standing In the receiving line
white silk organza and lace dinner. of poinsettias were the mother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Leon starling Will
with sweetheart neckline and Hosts for this occasion were and Christmas greens decora- the wedding party and Mr. of Lawtey announce the approaching Be Mailed By Jan. 1st 1972
long pointed sleeves. She carried Gaylc's parents, Col. and Mrs. ted the altar /Dr. John Davis, and Mrs. Robert Lee, representing marriage of their
an arrangement of white 11.11. Hatcher, Jr. organist, performed a programof the groom's family. daughter, Gwen, to Danny Jackson -
carnations and red roses on a wedding music. Wendy Protzmann and Leslie son of Mr. and Mrs. Fddle 1. Homestead Renewal
white Bible, a gift of an aunt, RetirementParty 2nd Lt, Johnny Brooks was Hogan kept (the guest book. The Jackson of Morgan Road. Exemption Application : :
Mrs. Pauline Reeder. Her best man, and the ushers were bride and groom cut the, wed- The wedding will take place .
shoulder-length topped with veil of net was Given, For 2nd Lt, Robert Bishop 2nd ding cake with a sabre. January 8 at 7:30: p.m. at the According to See 7, Article 4, of the Florida Constitution every person who "
a crown of seed Fox and 2nd Lt, Ray
1 Lt. Alan following a wedding trip to First Baptist Church 1n'law-
pearls. :L VV H Williams/, McKinney Florida, and spending Christ- tej. ,All friends and relatives has been receiving homestead exemption and those expecting receive it for
The maid of honor
Miss Ian- Mrs. Richard Lloyd' Campbell :
mas with the groom's parentsand invited to attend.
attended her sister as ma- family In Starke, the cou- the first time, should, without fall, sign the application on or before April 1st

H. M. Hatchers/ /III// honored W.ll. Harvey with a) Williams surprise was retirement tron cranberry of honor red, attired chiffon In floor a ple The will bride reside received In Lawton her, Okla.BA Birthday PartyAt of each year with the Tax Assessor. .

Of Atlanta/ Ga. party recently In the length gown with long sleeves degree from Mar>'mount College
Administration dining room at velvet bow head- :: Shelter HomeMrs. "
with matching Tarrjtawn, New York on
Hold Open HouseMr. the Florida State I'rtson. dress. She carried a single Dec 17.The Homeowners filing application for Homestead Exemption for the first time
Mr. Williams Is after
retiring American beauty rose. groom, a graduate of are required to do so in person. They should bring with them to the
38 years with the Division 1 of Bridal attendants were Miss BUS;, graduated from the I''. S. Robbie Shatter enter- CountyAssessor's
and Mrs Harry M. Corrections and as head of the Kathryn Louise Alfred, cousin Military Academy In June 1971 tained at a Christmas party office satisfactory proof of ownership and of their homeas
occupancy .
Hatcher III of Atlanta, Swine Department lie was pre- of the bride, :Miss Mary Ann and Is now attending the Held and birthday celebration for :
Ca. entertained at an open sented with, a gift of money and a nrrl. and :Miss Kathleen AMMoronev. Artillery School at I fort Sill, her husband, Mr. Shaper, on of January 1 1,1972
house on Thursday evening framed poem entitled "IV.Ih. roommates: of the Okla. Sunday evening.
Dec. 23, at the home of their, (Hog) Williams" by Mrs. Fiber bride. /(They were gowned like
parents, Col. and Mrs. Marry !Nettles. the honor attendant, and each The refreshment table was 2. Mobile Home Owners:
M, Hatcher, Jr. on fast:: Call The refreshment table helda carried a single American Glovers HostsA covered with a poinsettia cloth

Street. ted cake with, appropriately two decora- beauty rose. t Holiday Party and centered with a red, green All mobile homeowners must have an RP tag before homestead application can
Christmas decorations were hogs nibbling on ITie bride, given In marriage and white Christmas arrange-
used throughout the home. 'Hie ears of corn. by her father, wore a gown ment. be allowed, one must furnish Serial No. and Title No. if known. ''-
refreshment table was covered Fifty persons were invited to of white sheer satin trimmed Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Glover
with a white embroidered linen attend, including employees of with deluster satin. The em- Six couples attended to help
and lace cloth, and the center- industries, and Mr. Williams' pire bodice was appllqued with entertained seven couples ata Mr. Shaller celebrate the oc- 3. Additional J $5000 Homestead
piece wasaChrlslmasarrange- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Guipure lace and featured a party; Monday nightat casion. Exemption :
their home !North:
ment of blue, green and gold and Mrs. John G. Sapp. high neckline and long fitted Ave. on Temple <

flanked candelabra on either holding side burning by silver !The sleeves controlled ending In skirt bridal with points.attached Christmas decorations high- To Qualify For This Additional Homestead Exemption: Of S5.COO. From Advalorem 'I

green tapers. L/D.C/ To MeetThe train was bordered In lighted casion. the The home refreshment for the table oc- Millage Levied By District School Board For Current School Operating Purposes.
Punch was served from a
satin and detailed In Guipure
liver bowl. Sandwiches and U. was covered with a Madeira
W.T. Weeks chapter lace. A cathedral panel of silk
Christmas goodies were servedon D.C. will meet \VednesdajJan.. Illusion, bordered with lace was decorated cloth overlaid with silver with green braid and net The Applicant Must: "j jA. ,
sliver trays.Approximately. 5, at 3:30 p.m. at the home of secured to a satin bow. Her Christmas tree embroidered at "
forty friends Mrs. George Roberts, Sr. Co- ornament diamond neck-
; was a .
the corners.A Qualify For A Regular Homestead Exemption
: : 01.
will be Mrs.
and relatives called hostesses lace which had been worn by
during social get-together was en-
: ; : J.t'Mlson; \
Sr.Irs. her mother and
the evening. ::::jjllayncs.and :Mrs. S.L. I'eelsr.. mother. She carried great a grand-cascade Joyed by the guests.A B, Be Sixty-Five ((65)) Years Of Age Or Older, As Of January 1 Of This Year

C Have Been A Permanent Resident Of Th. State Of Florida For The Five, ((5)) Consecutive
Years Prior To January 1 Of This Year.
Make Application In Person In The Tax Assessors Office,

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\) 'ft:1' aD Agricultural Zoning ApplicationIn I

To ,
8t1:5t- s ) r accordance with Chapter 193.201. of the Florida Statutes an applicationsfor

HAPPYNEW Agricultural assessment must be filed on all lands being used for a bona

:z: : one fide farming operation to be eligible for the agriculture assessment. 1


_' Lp' YEAR and 5. Personal Property Tax Returns: i


.\ May this day 011 Stocks of Merchandise

Ts.<' r"( light the wayto Equipment and Furnishings, '
11 contentment. IT'S 1972 '
Machinery, Livestock
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) \ ; Tractors, Farm Equipment,
A 9 And we wish only) i

c f r New Bright"Year cf 1. 1 t the best for you. 6. Intangible Tax Returns Will Be Mailed From :

May it serve you well. r New Yearan old, TallahasseeAgain

sincere wish best of luck

t Have a happy holidaya CAROUSEL we solicit and encourage your continued cooperation!) in handling all of

CANDLE SHOP these tax matters. If we can be of any assistance, please feel welcome to call on
Stork Pet Center' jolly good year. us.
" PINEHURST u.s. 301.312 Mi. N,
Owners Harry 4. Kathleen
Of Stork. I
Collier & LevnaVamatMr J
i :( 22'H. Court Stark 164712TELEfiF' Mkanopy Welding Shop Sincerely, ::1 I
Tammy William Mfr. ( Christina Da.f ., "

US 301 South" Stark' Doug's S..... I... Wish, T. Our ,

j I 944-8770 451 tN. Tonal c..t_". & Friends. GENE LONGTax ;1

Stark 964-8339 id 100 Sf.,.. 964-5443 Assessor :

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Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Harding .:
Mr. and Mrs. J. S, Walkerand Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Ti!- .
Jr. and family are returning :
eople ou3L\no\u / of Fort Lauderdaleand
family Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Un- ley of Hollywood spent the to their home In Odenton. Mo. =,:'
long weekend with their par- today after ten days visit with :'
de rill of Indlatlantic were holIday ents, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson their parents, Mr and Mrs.
guests of their parents and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie J.T. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. J. II. Moncrief.
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus Shaller and families: Harding Sr.

visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Tyus tn Savannah, Ga. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrington Mrs. W.E. Middleton entered Miss Jayne Hardy of Atlanta
and Mrs. Harold Tyus In Wilmington. and daughter of Jackson- Riverside Hospital Monday for Is spending the holidays with
N. C. from Fridayto ville were Christmas Eve observation and treatment her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E.
Tuesday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hardy Joining the family from
6 Christy.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Wiggins Dec. 18 to Dec. 28 were Mr.
: I Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr. was and children of Jacksonvilleand and Mrs. Gene Ivrey of Dallas
t weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. ","" ,io-. and Mrs. Marvin Barn- Mr. and Mrs. Cone Wig
McCriff Jr. and family In hart of Miami and Mr. and gins of Falrburn Ga. were
Gainesville. "> Mrs. Jack Carter and son of weekend guests of their par-
Lake City were weekend guests ents, Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wig' Texas.SMOOTH

i Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green and ft,) of their parents, Mr. and Mrs ) '
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders A. G. Loudon. gins.Mr.
and Mrs. Felix Sullivan
I and son spent last week In
1 Black Mountain, N. C. They n .- o. Mr. and Mrs. Colin Joyner visited relatives at Merritt ]Island -
'.I rr were Joined by Dr. and Mrs. of Ocala have leased the Sear- Friday and Saturday. They
William Green of Washington Ing cottage on Klngsley Lake. were accompanied by Mrs. SAILING
Lt. CoL Irion Cited Nancy CoUnter who visited hereon
ar ''' D. C. and Mr. and Mrs James
/' VIgllone and son of Blngham- Mrs. Samuel Russell and son, and family, Mr. and Mrs.
; For Meritorious ServiceLt.
: f N. Y. Enroute home they Paul, spent the long weekend Edgar Gunter In Melbourne.Mr. .
toni ted Mr. and Mrs. Curtis with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sanders Sr. In Spartanburg, S. Col. John W. Irion. Jr., forces, close air support, and Fray Ward In Jacksonville.Joe and Mrs. One Wiggins
'4 C. U. S. Marine Corps, son-in- major airlifts of troops and attended the funeral of an aunt l :
law of Mr. and Mrs. Henry equipment, Stewart of Washington, Mrs. William Knabb in Mac- riY.
Mr. and Mrs Ernest P. Bo- Anderson of the State Farm, ''As Control Director for a D. C, was weekend guest of clenny Tuesday.Mr. .
i e7x4fhi land and family of Athens, Ga. has been cited for meritorious worldwide Joint Chiefs of Staff Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp at
.' '" spent the weekend with her service during the period exercise, he organized the Con Kingsley Lake and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe :
J \ mother, Mrs. H. L.Speer.Theyall Nov. 24, 1968 to July 8, 1971, trol Staff, established effective and family of Sanford spent
P oJ -. v /.i. spent the first of the week while serving on the staff of procedures for its smooth functioning Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch the weekend with their parents,
: : :!; \', with Mr. Boland's parents in Commander In Chief U. S. and guided the participation and family of Fort Walton Beach Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green
Naval Forces, Europe. last with and Mrs. Eollne Smith.
.. ,.. Pohokee. of Naval Forces Eu- spent week her par-
.. '. f) The citation states that as rope." the citation stated. "By ents, Dr. and Mrs. 0, Haynes
... .._ ... Marine Air Operations Officer his Miss Anne Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and
.. '' SALE GROUP OF DRESSES diligent performance of duty Jr. Haynes returnedto
;,.. Col. Irion made children of Palatka and Mr.and
.. 1/4 & 1/2 OFF AT LEILA'S.Mr. outstanding and outstanding leadership, Lt. Fort Walton with her sis
wt-.L. .t 1M. : contributions to essential European Col. Irlon reflected great cre- ter and family for a weeks Mrs. H.M. IHchardo Jr. and
,; r ..M4C Command contingency dit upon himself and the U. S. visit. daughter of Gainesville werw

and Mrs. Max Gruen operations, and to the readiness Marine Corps, and upheld the Christmas day guests of their
"111!" smiles pretty Debbie O'Brien of Florida's Silver and daughter, Becky, of Miami of the U. S. Naval ForcesIn highest traditions of the U. S. local admittances to Bradford mother, Mrs. Rlcharde Sr.
Springs She Is welcoming all Floridians to the annual "Florida were Friday to Sunday Europe. Naval Service." County Hospital this week
Sin-cial" at Silver Springs, when Florida residents Identifying guests of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Further, he also served as The Meritorious Service Medal include: Mrs. Fern Gansttne. Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perry- r .
Gruen. The family also had as a member of the Staff, Euro- Waldo Arthur Lake .
themselves with a driver's license can enjoy the world-famous was presented on behalf ; Adkins man of Jacksonville were visit .
Class Bottom Boat trip for dollar Christmas day guests, Mr. and pean Command, Joint Task of the President by AdmiralE. City; Mrs. Ruth Shockey, and ing Mrs. E.K Perryman over
April 15 May 31. a :50 cents for children Mrs. Larry Fender and Mr. Force, Jordan, and In this capacity H. Zumwalt, Jr., Chief of William L. Reynolds, Keystone the long weekend. p for the
and Mrs. Phil Fender and their conceived and produced Naval Operations. Heights; Mrs. Mary Mott, Hal-
families of Gainesville. comprehensive plans for contingency Col. Irlon Is married to the ford; Mrs. Ruth Crosby, Lake Mr. and Mrs. John Mussoline NEW YEAR

operations Includingair former Frances Anderson of Butler; Mrs. Katie Saxon visited Mr and Mrs. Michael
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Coo Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Picker Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Hardoeof defense of land and soa the State Farm. Hampton; Paul Dinkins, Law- Dnisa In Orlando over the
per of Auburn. Ala. spent the ing were In Lakeland over the Hampton,Va.were last Tuesday --- ----- -- --- tey; Mrs. Ora Starling, Mrs. weekend.Mr. .
long weekend with Mr.and Mrs weekend visiting Dr. and Mrs. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Dukes had Mr. and Mrs. /Bill Phebus! Annie Loper, James E. Crawford -
C.L Cooper. The Coopers also M. J. Pickering and R.V. Turner Mrs. Gertrude McBride,
family as Sunday to Wednesday guests, and daughter of Mount Carnel, and Mrs. Jim Lewis and
Mrs. Ethel
had as Christmas day guests Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards m, are Tuesday to Friday visItors Goodnight, Mrs. twins of Perry were Christmas MITCHELL CRAWFORD
W. F. Los Mr. and Mr. James Barren Gladys Green Mrs. Doris Stewart
Swlnyer of Gates -
Mr. and Mrs. ,
Walter Stewart of Meridian Miss and Mrs. of Mrs. Phebus' brother- guests of her parents, Mr.
of Trenton Calif has Joined Mrs. Swlnyer were In Tallahassee Sat- Mrs. Mary Phillips, and
Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Brookins of Atlanta Ga. Mrs. Adolph Gay.
in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs
Marley Grlffls of the State at their home on N. Walnut urday to Monday visiting Mr. and their families. David Mrs. Mildred Crews, Starke. Contractor
Farm. street. Barren's son-in-law and daugh- Montgomery Mrs. Pearl Colson spent the
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Palo Luca- Mr. and Mrs. John II. Andrews weekend with friends in Brooks- Stork. 96 .B266
Mrs. L.A. Canova had Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norman yo. Dr. and Mrs. AJ. Barry and Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- spent the weekend In vllle.
aa family and Mr. and Mrs. F.H. gomery will be hosts ata Mont-
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend with Cleveland. Tenn. visiting her
James A. Otto of Bay Pines. their daughter and family, Mr. Kay Turner underwent a Kramer were Christmas day gomery family reunion and din- parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. ---- ---- - -

Joining the family for Christ. and Mrs. Crosby II. Dawklns tonsllectomy In St. Vincent's guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.N. ner Saturday. Cartwright Ti"ltgUlt';,,,.: .
In Barry, Sr. In Newberry.Tom .
Jacksonville. Hospital Tuesday.
mas day were Mr. and Mrs.
Levy Canova of Orange Park Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLen- New Starke Chiropractic Center
Mr and Mrs. George Canova Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Cody of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Andrews of Orlando spent the weekend with S/Sgt don visited their sonanddaugh-
of KIngsley Lake, Mrs. Cora, St. Petersburg were Tuesday and sons spent Mondayto spent the weekend with his par- and Mrs. Jerry Lawson and ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Jim 167 W. Call St. Across From Old Courthouse
Marshburn Mr. and Mrs. Dave luncheon guests of Mrs.George Thursday In Winder, Ga. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy An- family at Fort Walton Beach McLendon in Islamorado over Dr. Ronald E. Dopson Director
Mike Murrhee of Keystone Roberts Sr.Dougla. with Mrs. Hamilton's parents, drews. the long weekend. ,
Mr. and
Heights and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Jackson Guy Sale spent Form.rly With Ow.n Research FoundationOf
LTC and Mrs. V.J. the long weekend with their
Seymour of Tampaand and family. Spenglerhad Mr. and Mrs. Terry Waltersand
Halite Seymour of Gainesville as Christmas day guests, daughter and family, Mr and daughter of Gainesvillewere Jacksonville For 3 Y.ars
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Spenglerand Mrs. Keith Clllingham at Per- weekend guests of Mr.
visited relatives In Chleflandand their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and sons of Starke and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.Joseph Bettes rine. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. OFFICE HOURS:
Cross City Sunday. J. D. Seymour. Mrs. Ovid Bennett and daugh- of St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Mon., W.d., Fri. 9.12 and ].6

ter of Jacksonville returned John Spengler and son of Mrs. S, L. Peek Sr. ... .
SALE __ GROUP OF DRESSES spent Thurs., Sat. 9.12 Or
By Appointment
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran- Mr. and Mrs. Gerry GIb- today from a week's vacationIn Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday and Sunday with Mr.
ham visited Mr. and Mrs. S.E. son of Merritt Island spent Gatllnburg, Tenn. J.C. Dukes and family of 1/4 & 1/2 OFF AT LEILA'S. and Mrs. Roy Ward In Lake Phon. 964.8018
Branham In Palatka Christmas the long weekend with his parents Starke. City.
Eve. Mr. and Mrs. 1.. H. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson,
Gibson. and daughter, Julie Ann, returned Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren
LTC and Mrs. Donald Koretz today from a week's spent the long weekend with

: of Alexandria Va. are visiting SALE -- GROUP OF DRESSES visit with Mr. and Mm. John her mother, Mrs. John Dye, In
her mother, Mrs. Arlen Mc- Spencer, W. Va.
Miller and family in Wichita
Knight for two weeks. 1/4 & 1/2 OFF AT LEILA'S.
'ails, lexas.
R.V. Turner and Brant
Mr. and Mrs LaRue Wil! Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Clover were In Valdosta, Ga.son.Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson EvangelisticCrusade
will spend the long weekendIn
liams and
family of Ormond of Jacksonville were Christmas visiting Mr. Turner's sister,
New Orleans and will attend -
Beach and Mrs. F.F. Flume the Sugar Bowl Saturday day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W.T. Brinson, In Pine-
and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody game Charles Sawyer. view Hospital, and his father
and family were Christmas: Roy Turner, in a nursing home.

.' guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Mrs. II, G. Merow of Tampa Mrs. Lila Shaw of Daytona
Colson. Beach was the weekend guestof
visited her son-in-law and
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Tomlin- Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Bruns-
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Merrill -
SALE -- GROUP OF DRESSES wick, Ga. and daughter Miss
1/4 & 1/2 OFF AT LEILA'S.Mrs. on day. son.Mr. Janice Vickers, of Los Angles -

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fancher and Mrs. Paul Mickler Calif were here last
Esma Yongue and Mrs. of Gainesville spent Christmaseve of Jacksonville were Sunday Tuesday visiting friends.
Thelma Dean of Fairfield were with his parents, Mr. and visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
. Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. P. D, Fancher. George W. Brown.
J.G. Cddwe1L/ _

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis '" ', .
Mr. and Mrs. B.W. Davis of were In Lakeland over the of Florence, S.C. were (1; I ,!iI.
Crescent City and Mr. and long weekend visiting their Monday overnight guests of Mr. "t
row,. T.A. Yawn mot Gainesville daughter and family Mr. and and Mrs. F.B. Beard. t z1g
were last Thursday visi- Mrs. James McNeely.Mr. *
tors of Judge and Mrs. Yawn Mrs. OL. Beasley and Mrs. Y .

Jr and Mrs. Tyler Jones J.W. Klncald of Starke and ,g ,
of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.R. Mr. and Mrs. James Hoppe and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Payne and A. Green Jr. and family family> and Mr. and Mrs. C.C. .-1
daughter, Marsha, of McComb of Gainesville spent the holiday Hoppe of Tampa spent Christmas -
Ohio are guests this week of weekend with Mr. and Mrs. weekend at the Cloister L'fr \ .
Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Payne. Charles Godfrey In Savannah, Hotel at Sea Island, Ga. J r ? i1<

Ga. _
Eddie Brown and Miss Marg

Waggle of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hood SALE .. GROUP OF DRESSES
Christmas day guests of Mr. spent last week In Tallahassee 1/4 & 1/2 OFF AT LEILA'S.
and Mrs. C.S. Brown. with family and friends

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May the dreamt of all "
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good men find fulfillmentin : ': THE BRADFORD Hear Our Krungelist .1 J s 11/<. .S/Niilai' On Such 1'illlf"YliMp Suhject' *' ..1r<1:

this New Year. : f.\f.iJ\? iJ tr?):;;' :"': ';it COUNTY TELEGRAPH

firstbut we're quite Published 138 W.every Cklt.ThartdAyI Street "GODS FOUR HORSEMAN" "THE MAN WHO WAS LOST AT HOME"

sincere- happy, happy ORn's MflMt SUrle. Florid. 3200
Name Sells Seccad class postage paid

Our SI"e".Th.nk* Te The Tony's Shell Servile .t Statke.' Florida

BANK OFHAWTHORNE WHo 1971 B.ght Our Ma. II.. In Tony Geiger, Proprietor SuhccrtpUoo Rate-: DENTON SUMRALL, PASTOR JIMMY| HODGES, MUSIC

la trade arc: $$5.00 per
100 'W Stark 944-M06 W. Modi." S..rk.9UI191 *
Hwy year; $US its month. Ride Tire Bus. Leave The
Driving To Us Call 964- 7557
P. O. Box 218 Outside. trade are I 9SM

! Hawthorne FT*. per ),aI3.00'; month

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i Col. and Mrs. J.A. Onrfln Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Severe
P 3 Escape. MENTAL HEALTH BOARDTO Mothers March Lawtc spent Christmas in West Palm and son have returned to their
a Day (Fran p.g. n) MEET IN JASPER From Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Bald: home In McLean. Va. after a.

(From Pag. 1)) The regular monthly meet- Set For Jan. 16 Falls Coker. They also visited relatives weeks visit with her parents
ing of the Trill S Mental In Lakeland and Clearwater .- Col. and Mrs. J.A. 5ce nian.
tow t failure to report ant na pled guilty to driving while MId Indicating that. the men Health Board be held at In Dimes DriveThe Truck On 301A until! Monday.
aver f intoxicated and was lined $151 had used blankets to cover the 2 p.m. Wednesday. Jan. 12. ___ L_"_
M was Involved. In two or 60 days in jail and Ms license top of the barbed wire fence,, at the Hamilton County Courthouse "Mothers March." held Lawtey youth. 18-year-old
set* i accidents on the same revoked for 90 days. ..... over In Jasper. The meetingis annually in connection with the James Rickman Jr.. escaped
day t In Lawtey and one la Dewitt Newman without rTdeeuwan to county citizens advisory Sunday
Sherman pled Injury. the open JXarch of Dimes will be held with only minor injuries -
miles outside of the city. not guilty to driving while under method alto used In the earlier groups and the general afternoon after falling out WRESTLINGSee
In afternoon session Tien this on Sunday, Jan. 16.
the public. year
the Influence of alcoholic escape ids month. of a plcktruck onto US-
Pal u pled guilty to a chargeof : beverages and Clifford Eaaley Tomp dna noted however one .It will be sponsored by the 301.
Junior Woman's Club of Stark
have vehicle under ZONING BOARDTO
failure to>>
Norman difference
pled not guilty to o- significant According to Trooper s.p.
with Mrs. Jim Lawson. chair-
control and received a suspended -. pirating a motor vehicle with- the two escapes in that unlike MEET JAN. 4 Burnett of the Florida Highway.
sentence from Judge The Bradford County Zoning man.Primary. These.V. Stars
out a lac.Normaa. the earlier exit the three thisw.ek Patrol the accident occurred
Coal of the March
Yawn after giving a I lengthy encountered Board will meet at 7:30 p.m.
step fay step account of the also pled guilty to apparently Tuesday, Jan. 4. in the County of .Dimes Is the prevention of a mile north of Lawtey when
trouble from a guard-
more Rickman fell out of the back
tnI-car collision In broken leaving the scene of the accident Commission room of the court- birth defects and to save Infants MATCHESBearcat
English. and with failure to dog stationedbetween there the fence. house. The regular meeting In who have been afflicted."One of the southbound pick-up, traveling 4 BIG
"It did look like was
at about 50 mph and
have vehicle under control.
Is born two minutes
Judge Yawn said following December was not held. every
In both cases Norman was a struggle In the dog run onto the highway, finally coming
250.000 Mrs.
14's account of the accident -- a year
fined $51 three he ..ald.In to rest on the median strip.
that he thought the young Chinese or days In the early December escape COUNTY COMMISSIONTO Lawson said. Wright vs. ole AndersonThe

had learned a lot more .Jail. the dog trained to attack MEET MONDAYThe The chairman states that the Salvation Army AustraliansJack
from the accident than could In a case nearly a year old. escapees, apparently shiedas Bradford County Commission Junior Club will need help In Ataskians vs. The
be fine Tommy Marshall Green pled will hold its regular promoting this drive. Volunteers Kettle Manned
ever gained by a or jail the men took the doghouse Welch Duke Myers
sentence. guilty to not having a valid pulled it over to the outer fence meeting at 9:30: ajn. Monday who would like to collectIn
La Is a student from China inspection certificate. and used It to help them climb Jan. 3. Among the business their neighborhoods may con Dy InteractThe Smasher Sloan Garcia Jean
and has been In the U.S. for Green also pled guilty DI.U- over. will be the election of the board tact Mrs. Lawson at 964-5103." vs.
less than a year.In ure to appear in court on Jan. Tracks were found outside chairman for the new year, and or write Box 928, Starke by Interact Club of BHS
other cases during the 21. 1970 when his case was to- the fence, but the escapees the appointment of a directorand January L manned the Salvation Army kettle
morning! session,SeverlanoPe-, : be heard and was sentenced ran in and out of New River, secretary of the Zoning In Starke Plasa several days Wednesday Jan.
Mrs. ,
the prison Board. Mrs Edna Hart and Christmas and collected
to two days in the county Jell. which: runs through before
Cherry Am Starling Gladys making it difficult for the orison Ella Moody visited Mr. and $128 which will remain In the
I. Smith and John Edward Wai- dogs to follow the trail. Mrs Ronald Crawford In Ocala community; for use by the local 8:30: P.M.
en all pled guilty to traffic Joining In the search along the Miss Patti McDanlel of Atlanta over the weekend. They Salvation Army committee for
violations and were fined $51 river swamo were sheriffs Is guest of Miss Jayne. also visited Mrs. L.W. assistance to needy persons ARMORY
or three days In Jail each. deputies of Bradford and Hardy from Thursday to Sat- Strickland In WUdwood. The Interact Club Is an or- STARKE
Union : the Florida Highway urday. Miss McDanlel MissIia' youths
William Powers County; ganisation
Bobby was
And Mrs. T.G. RItch ar.tJ
Dr. bytythe
and June Hardy will at- :
t .GI fined $36 or three days after Patrol, plus a hell- Gator Bowl FrI- family, Jan. Dick and David sponsored Starke Rotary $4.00 --------- $2.50 KIDS $1.50
end the game
Club. Greg Reddish 1s
I entering a plea of guilty to a copter crew that attempted to spent last week at Llndvllle,
charge of ]license not carried spot the escapees from the air. day. N.C. president.
I and exhibited on demand. Some of the searching officersare
Charles Morton Moore also reported to have bocscred
was fined $36 or three days on down up to their armpits in
I a charge of unlawful speed. me swampy areas it was gen
hell Edmond pled guilty to erally agreed that the fugitives 5Aak141'5, wrm OPIN THU S. DIC. 30 -TII 10 P. M. mi. oic. 31tit to r. MSAT. .
unlawful speed and was fined would lie low somewhere In the i
.. NIW YIAH'S'DAY, I/I. 13 TO P.M.
lyc $78 or five days by the Judge. area, waiting an opportunity
Edmond was charged with exceeding to steal a car or truck or enter I
the speed limit by 20 someone's home for clothing t
mph. and supplies. This was the
In the afternoon session.John plan of operation employed during -
/ m 5 B. Smith. Mn. Billy Corben.J. the December 9 escape
.T. Hunter Edith A. Harmon According to Tompkins this
O and Judith Kay Cole all pled is the third escape from the
1972a guilty;! to Issuing worthless maximum security: unit sincea
checks and were fined $26 or fence was built around the
Happy New Year three days In Jail and orderedto nuw complex in 1961. and all Y $ T
make restitution. Elva three occurred this year. 4.
Hampton pled not guilty to the "We shook down the cells :
charge. recently" Tompkins said adding ff
that officers found half of p0 q'
May good fortune rite Philip II. Reagan was placedon a hacksaw blade and two razor 0 Q
two-year probation follow
to meet your every blades lie also said that recommendations -
ing a presentence: Investigation.
step of the way. He had been convicted of profane increase In for curbing this
escapes are being
and Indecent lanvuace.
and made to Louie L. Walnwrlght. Eagle Motor Oil
Hike Knotte.Cecil Gibson ; Ajar Cleanser
director of the State Divisionof
Max Uriffls all pled not guilty /
to a charge of fraud of room Corrections. ;, 30 Or40W "ir, t l Ala., CI..nu, d..n'.c.' GO ,d
and board and their cases were NON DETERGENT / cl...., /0.. C.n.

SHUFORD'SStandard bound over to the trial docket. falling to appear. Non nnrnl. arroN.R.duc.. ro;arbon all, TI Land 2 N. C..II. Bach Sips,
lommy Uavld Newman Four felony cases appearedon I I
Station charged with attempting to take the court calendar In the afternoon So.. 23% / s... 12%
game without a license, Lois with each defendant I .
Sid Shifor Meece and Willie Keaton, bothcharge4 questing a preliminary hear- .'::> 18 A? '.L _
with assault and battery ing and to be represented by [I \Jn
iw5.ri ;
'J _
and David Richard Brum the public defender.
baugh all forfeited bonds by Robert Rhoden was charged 'I

with excess Issuing of a$100.worthless Rafael checkin De- Eagle Muriatic Acid : 1 ;. Kwik Row

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lestre was charged with prosession < /.ur. vnChoico ,
DR. D. W. WHIFFENAnnOUfCe of a moonshine still '.tutot .Cy..'"h.* -allt 1 1 ? .p of p.".'.'.
\ > ".'-.. and (Mm.fiot" (Mt.x. ;:.. ... col.,..
v and Minnie Maud .
Tyson wascharged .
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: OIJyck economical > ,
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: ..1.f' with aggravated as- ;: P., V.d
sault. fliJY I
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'In the practice ef Optometry at charged with breaking and entering .' r .S..2.
with Intent to commit 7"1:1I: "
207 S. Walnut St. petit larceny with petit

larceny.He JIr1flIVIII:5VII.IIV:1[ I Plastic Garble Bags
Office hours: was accused of breaking

9:00: to 5:00: into a city; police cruiser and 10 B.-2',5"3'.
dated Afternoonand with the theft of a shotgun. Cocoa Mats Fitt, up la 30 Gal Cam.
Leverson also pled guilty; to

Afternoon voluntary Intoxication and was "' Logo h.... bb.r, u- S.... 14?
Saturday $28 and $13.50 court costs or ......! c.I.d ....I Vt
10 days in the country Jail. .'.

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Lose Lives

Over Weekend gAVE ry .
FoUowlnK tile blondtest '* d,1 Green !
ChrUtmaa weekend In thatat _I Stamps
'D traffic hUtory.th*Highway -
Patrol U ptwdtcttng another Low Prices
30 persons will t* killed Everyday !
on Florid Highways over the ,4WLVryF
New YNI"I]holiday.
A total of 41 persona died In Weekly Specials! .
traffic accident during the 78- l'
hour Chrlatma period one -
more than the previous mark .
let over the 102-hour 1969 ho- .
liday. The 41 deaths were U
more than the patrol had pre-
dicted and came despite an about -
enforcement effort .
The FliP said that alcohol
and speed as usual, are expected -
to be the greatest contributors
to the traffle toll.
"Drinking drivers will be han- BEEF PEOS
dled severely, a spokesman .
said. "Every drunk drtTer' we Quantity Rights
come onto will be carried dir
he ectly added.to the sheriffs office: ," DIXK STORES INC. GUlf AnON"S PRICES GOOD WED. DEC 29 THRU WED. JAN. 5

The niP urged party-givers; COPYRIGHT 1972 Egg Nog :

over to serve the weekend non-alcoholic, or be drinks ableto USDA CHOICI W O .IAND.m NEW YORK 0'. 89C OPEN FRIDAY TO 9 P.M. CLOSED SATURDAY-NEW YEARS DAY :

for provide their guests transportation who Imbibe home too Strip Steaks 10 :: ..$998 :
much. -
All available
man Highway Patrol will be
working over the weekend, a- Delmonicos $179 ;
long with auxlllarymen, air- ,
craft, radar, special "Vascar" 1L GROUND BEEF
units, and unmarked patrol cars SMOKED PORK THE GOOD LUCK KIND"t'
In an effort to keep down traffic -
deaths. Jowls 29C
Hog .
As of December 21, 2,243 >

persons had been killed on ROSE CANADIAN STYLI HEADY TO EAT -'
Florida highways during 1971,
6 9
compared with 2,106 for the Bacon I 99C :
same period In 1970.Contract. 'i'rrr 18. j $


Let Pork Chops LB 58C 's- ;

For $6,900C.D. HORMEl \ 3

RadioThe Canned Ham 3 CAN $2" 4RANd'1 LBS.

Bradford County Commission .
for purchase of communication -
equipment for the Brad- TOWELS
ford County headed Civil Defense by director Department SLICED BACON

Frank Williams. Limit rolls with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes .. Q limit one with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette .
The contract was awarded to "
Motorola of Jacksonville on a
bid of $6,900 for a base radio
station and four mobile units. $1
Another bidder Stephens Communications i S7>
of Jacksonville 1-LB. / 58
Beach entered a quotation of "
$3,875. ROLLS CAN j E LB.
Williams, who served on a gr
committee to evaluate the bids,

and Stephens Ralph the Eddie specificates Bryan plans Allen Zedra:,filled said set Hamilton to that up meet the by POTATO CHIPS SOFT DRINKS CHUCK ROAST ;

the board for the bidders.

B.H.S. Wins MvMMMMt Y.Y.e f

48 16 lU. S CHOICE 99

Honors InDebating 9-or.PKG.: 28-01.NRB LB.

Thirteen students Bradford and three High faculty Bavarian Beer bPACCANSK' 98C '' .'
School Peas 2 HEADS39c
members traveled to Pen- :. .. . CAN 10c Cabbage . . :
Limo two 6 pack*with$7 50 or mar*purchat* eluding' "9 "
sacola on December 17-18 THRIfTY MAIDPork ROCKINGHAM VINE RIPE :

for and Competition Forenstco the Miracle tournament.was Strip reported Debate & Beans . 8 CANS. 88C Whole Chicken e e :CAN99c Tomatoes . hB39c


from students three managed states to bring but back BUS Spaghetti . . '-' 24C Vienna Sausage 4 :CANS 9 r Baking Potatoes 10 a- 69C
high honors In three areas.
Joe Scanlan captured top Individual THRIFTY MAID VAN CAMP'SChili SAVE JOe PAN REOI

dents with honors a second for BHS place stu-In Tomato Sauce . 550'\ $100 I I & Beans e e 3 \lSVjo.CANS' $1 Shrimp . . 2 pN $299
Men's extemporaneous speak :
ing.Dottle Underhill and Lane Saltines II' Sandwich Bread Lo.' U o. 79C :
24C 4 DES 99c Pizza
Powell won second In the duet . . Silt :
acting division with a scene
from the "Class Menagerie"and
In the humorous Interpretation
division with her ren-
dition of." Shirley Jackson's"Charles.

Debaters In novice and varsity Limit one Kraft or Deep South Mayonnaise with 7.50 or more purchaseexcluding .
competition managed to cigarette
top area schools from Jacksonville :

rounds but in five lost power-matched to Birmingham Div SOUTHMAYONNAISE 50 $

schools in the finals. 4 8 9 3 1
Coach Julie Fuller vows that QUART !. ::'!., 11-OS.
.J .
this competition has given them JAR LB. 1. SIZE .
the experience they need to 38 r l ''' +
1. "
win In the district competitionwhich JAR J '
will be held In Jack 1
r'' ; I

I Two local: students will com
plete their studies at Florida

or Atlantic VIe tall University quarter with this the month.end $ SAVE

They are: Jearlean Johnson I
B. A., sociology: : and DIanne 4 29-o. 29 56e 4 14-0.. $1
M. Edwards, BAE, elementary

education.FAU graduate U. an university upper divisionand located: CANS HEAD SIZE

between Palm Beach and Miami .

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Starke Was Noted For Excellent ,Schools, I 1ug 1

Good Society And Pretty GirlsThird by George Muggins


( and final Installment south bank of a lake of the churches-- Baptist, Methodistand about 100. Postmaster J
of chapter on Bradford County, population Gainesville, fare, $1.25; 70 --
16 miles from
from ''Webb's Florida," published same name, Christian. The settlers are Mr. II. F. York. miles from Fernandina, fare,
Starke. 15 from Olustee 6
; white, from the Southern States. LAWTEY settled In 1887
In 1885. Continuing with was $3.50; 47 miles from Jacksonville -
a description of the towns In from Jacksonville, fare, $5.80. Among the owners of noted orange by a colony, of twenty people fare, $2.30. r Hello and Happy New Year to good thing to do sometimes
Bradford County which at that It was made the county-feat groves are Dr. S. New- from Chicago HI. Capt. Bur- In 1875 the population was everyone! I am reminded now of whether It be eating or Just
time Included the area of In 1859.The Bradford Co.Times som, John Croft, J. I... Hill l, rln donated ;220 acres for a 400; In 1880, 500 to 600; In how 'busy we were a few ;years talking
Union County). was established here In June and others. There is a good town, die proceeds of the sale 1883, 600 to 700; 1884, 700 to ago a we were In the process Well, Christmas Is over. We
1884. Y. C. N. Jones editor
opening here for go-ahead men of lots to go towards church 800. The Florida Weekly Telegraph of moving and looking forwardto had a good Christmas with all
LAKE BUTLER Is on the and proprietor. There are three of moderate means Present and school purposes. The pre- a live local piper Is new adventures In living and the family close by. Close e-

sent population Is about 250. published here, established In working In Bradford County. It cough that they ate some with
It is a station on the TransIt 1879 W. W. Moore, editor and was January I 1. 1953 that our us during the day. In fact we
Our editorial. Railroad 35 miles from Jacksonville proprietor. names were added to the list are happy that all our immed-
to which the railroad There are three churches for of Bradford County residents. iate family lives In or within
fare Is $1.95; time, two hours. whites Baptist, Robert Keith, It doesn't seem possible that three miles of Starke.
The representative men of pastor; Methodist, J. A. Cas- ,time passes like It does. It Is This Is the first Christmas
the place are Jos. Crawshaw, tel, pastor; Christian, G. P. Is much needed, and can be awl a strange feeling that next I can remember that Santa
I Point of view Sr., Col. V. J. Shipman, and Young, pastor Colored chur- filled readily, especially In I will not be reporting to Claus did not bring me a
J Capt. T. J. Burrin. There are chesM.. E., S. Jackson, pas- winter; orange packing house; Eeek as an employee of the shirt. I do know this Is the
two lakes within a few milesof tor, African, Amos Thompson, carriage repository hardware: I would like to say, again first time he ever broughtme
.. the town. Capt. T. J. Bur. pastor. -"sh" door and blind factory. that I was happy In my work a Wheelbarrow t have a
rin. lumberman cuts about Starke is the resident of The owners of noted orange in this county. I like to remind birthday In less than two
5,000,000 feet of lumber year- lion. John L. Gasklns. There groves are Messrs. O. M. Rising myself that In agriculturalwork months so maybe I'll get a

ly. The people report Lawteyand are three lakes In the south- L. A. Wynn, N. R. Ham- each day brings about shovel to replace mine with _
vicinity as one of the sur- western part of the town-- wrick, Dr. A. P. Smith, Hodges something different. You do broken handle. '' '
est places In the State for Crosby, Sampson river, and & Pooser, Mrs. F. B. Modes not get In a so-called "rut. .
orange culture, and that there lake Is six W. H. Rivers J. L. Gas-
The year Of The ctivist Powell's. Klngsley / There are always opportunities As we end this It Is
are 50,000 orange trees In,rove miles to the eastward. Alligator kins. J. G. Alraney, J. C. RIchard for you to explore. I like to time to take year
form, situated In and around river on the south and H. F. Conrln George recall the numerous special food there have been '
discouraging :
to the bench. Modernization of the the village. Inside t. Um- C. MIller James Wood, George -
With only a few more days left east e corporate experiences) I enjoyed so much times, but think of .
the year 1971 may go down In historyas trial courts Is also provided, with Seedling groves planted In its. Barsden (editor's note:the name during all that time. I can all the things you can add to

"the year the worm turned," andFlorida's municipal courts and Justice of peace 1878 1883.produced The 20,000 orangesIn Barsden Is believed to be a well remember my first farm the good side. You may be '.
more prominent
The town Is noted for Its typographical error, and probably
visit with Mr. L.L.
court abolished where they now exist. Renfroe. reminded of a few changes :
manlnthestreetfinallybecame owned by V. J. you
are >
groves heathfulness, excellent educa- should George BalsdenX; I like to remember the
a political activist. Shipman E. A. Todd J. W. C. tional facilities, good society J. Klelnachmldt, Mrs. A. E. have eaten placesI could make or things you will _
In the field of education, a citi- Peters, G. V. Ott L. W.Sayles, and Its handsome girls. The Morgan, George Pace Irvin even breakfast dlnnerfsometimes most time do differently. One person said
the and J. Crawshaw, Jr. A good OrangeCo. Johns J. M. Johns Morgan; unexpected the other day that she was
Capitol correspondents are credit- zens committee studied present Pennsylvania-Florida ) but always pleasure. going to visit more during 1972.
Ing Coy Reubln Askew and the Florida set-up and recommended that the Cab- for lawyer by the and residents.physician: are asked ., limited. Is Interesed In Bros., and others. Probably the greatest numberof That alone would be good for
the sale of lands In this sec- The settlers are whites.
notable inet Board of Education be abolishedand times with N.G. Haves at all of In town I'll bet there
Legislature for the many Lawtey Is 190 feet above the tion. Mr. E. Johns Is proprietor mostly from the northern and Brooker. I recall us.>
achievements of the past twelve months, replaced with a board elected sea. The rich pine lands pro of a water power mill here; western states; character good, homes where there hot many coffee are very few who can name .

but the Governor modestly says the Just for that purpose; that the Boardof duce a flat bladed grass, cut- Messrs Powell Miller are and all comfortably well oft any time of day.was I can well blocks.everybody Out living of town within I'll two bet .,

credit really belongs to the people. Regents over state universities, ting a ton to one acre. The extensively engaged in me manufacture The educational facllltes are remember the places that had you can't name everybody liv-
Perhaps he Is right. be abolished; and that tho office of Improvements of the village of Wild Orange Syrup excellent, there being two well hot biscuits for dinner every- ing within one mile. I can tell
are on an expensive( scale. The
(fever Mixture). There is conducted schools here--
day. Some had home
State Education Commissioner be made even made
you again experience that
residences are large spaciouswith
a good opening for capital here Starke Institute, Proto G. C. butter
"The exciting thing about 1971 is appointive rather than elected. modem architecture the In the establishment of a cotton Looney A. M., principal. Or- Well,then.all that good eating Is nothing can take the place of
that apathy was the biggest loser of grounds surrounding are beautiful seed oil mill, an Ice factory ance Academy, Prof. G. P. probably why more men than genuine and neighborly
Another innovation the "no fault" lawns, the whole makingone Young principal. Mrs. A. E. friendship. ;
bank site for ,
the year, Askew said In a summaryof ; a ; good a women are concerned about I miss seeing and visiting .
of the most attractive villages .
But Insurance law was passed and will hotel of 50 to 100 rooms, which Morgan is postmistress.
the year's accomplishments. In Florida.PROVIDENCE. their weight, and that reminds people: like I did tor more than
even so, the Governor must take a become effective January 1 with a Is situated me of a little morning chuckle 30 years. During these special .

lion's share of the credit for the vic- prospective rate reduction for most near Olustee Creek, 15 miles ----------- mailed to me from Tennessee seasons you seem enjoy visiting -
tories for without his leadership, motorists. Workmen's compensationwas from Lake City, from which "You can't lose weight by talkIng Just a little bit more than
would not have been extended to migrant workers, and place It can be reached by about It you"have to keep usual. I am not saying that I
public apathy hack at an expense of $1.50. County Agent Ne'tW your mouth shut. Well, I can have idle time, my activities
licked. Gov. Askew set up a task force to Fare from Lake City to Jacksonville tell you from experience( that It are Just not as wide spreadas
attack the staggering problem of low is hard to do, whether It be have
by rail, $3.20. It was By Bobby L,,,, Taylor they been. So, this Is "
Ills leadership was nowhere more rent public housing. settled about the year 1830 by concerned with eating or Just my way of savin to more ".
70 people from Georgia and South talking. I can tell you also people that I hope 1972 will be "
evident than In the amazing per .
Your Bradford Extension average of from experience that It Is
Carolina. From a population County year production and a good for you. .:
cent vote last November In favor ofa Great strides were also made in Service personnel have prices.
of 50 before the It has
state tax on the profits of Florida the area of improving and protectingthe Increased to 200. 300 war families considered It a privilege to .

corporations. When lobbyists made repeated environment. A controversial anti- have mall coming to this of- serve our folks to the best ',
efforts to lower the rate of billboard act cleared the Legislatureand of our ability during 1971. The ,. .:t"t"II", o "" By Martha Sue McCain ::

grant exemptions to special interests a law banning harmful Ingredientsfrom fice.There are good water pow- agricultural response we home have had economicsand In our ,. ..'.; nllfrr WO""GII"I) County Extension .."-

and legislators sometimes appearedto detergents after 1973 was passed. ers on Olustee Creek. The Our 4-H and youth program Home Economics Agent
Fe Is navigable up to youth programs has been
be weakening the rank and file Natural Bridge, eight miles. excellent throughout the County. had our best year yet. We had I
of Florida citizens, through letters, Citizens were given authority to The settlers of late years came over 200 4-H members enrolled .

phone calls, personal contacts, and bring class-action suits against polluters from Louisiana,North and South In twelve community OUT OF A NUTSHELL half or one cup measures are .
the news media let It be known that and machinery was set In motion Carolina. The Institution of clubs and special Interests KEEP PECANS FRESH. Pecans commonly called for in re- ; .-

they were watching every develop- to control noise pollution. The learning Is the Providence High One of the most rewarding groups. Many 4-H leaders,par- easily become rancid If clpe ,
things for us Is to see our business ents and Interested adults encouraged In stuf
ment and would long remember. Governor set up a conference on water School. not properly stored. To keep Try pecans poultry
and environmental advisory Col. W. Ives, whoaeWedhereIn and civic Interests recog- our membera to complete auto nutty; in flavor follow tinge, to top casseroles, or as .'
management, 1840, is now deceased. The nize the Importance of Agriculture more 4-H projects and these tips on storage: a gourmet touch to meatloaf.
In addition to tax reform, which group which is already attack- prominent men of the community to the economy and well participate In more activities Pecan meat prefers a cool Chicken chow mein is crunchy -
may become the foundation for many ing problems of water shortage in are Col. W. S. Weeks, G. being of our County. Our than ever before. We were fortunate spot In the refrigerator. Tem- good with a few pecans.

other reforms In the future, the Gov- Central and South Florida. W. Clyatt, A. C. Odom, F. C. Chamber of Commerce sponsors elected to State have Walter Prevatt peratures ranging from 34 to 38 :
and the combined Pittman Samuel W. Lamb, Dr. the Calf Scramble for our 4-H Council President degrees are best.Covered glass DESSERTS:
ernor Legislature Wachope, Dr. Davis, and James 4-H and FFA youthaprogram and also be selected to Jars make excellent containers. Pecans bring flavor to pudding :
forces In the final month of the yearto These are Just a few of the many Turner; Mr. J. L. Turner Is that has had most all our folks receive the State 4-H Achieve. It is best to store nuts In the custards, pies, and cakes. :.
pass a sweeping reform of the reform measures that were enactedby the P. M. When better transportation working together for a common ment Award. Mike Reed was main part of the refrigerator They are tasty over Ice cream,
state's trial court system, for sub- the Legislature during the past Is furnlsheJ, vegetable goal. Our Chamber Is also spotlighting our first State Demonstration rather than In the moist air and a must In candy.

mission to the people in a referendum year, with a little prodding from "acti growing will be the leadIng Agriculture and it's annual Contest winner In Veterinary section. Try this recipe and see how r

next March. vist citizens" who, in turn, were Inspired industry. meeting next month by Science. Our 4-H highlights of Plastic containers, or plastic they add to the tastiness of ..
by their Governor's leadership.It SANTA FEThis post office recognizing our outstanding wards were our project freezer bags are also good fudge: .
is located at the villa of 4-H, FKA youth and Agricultural supper In May when fit- for storage. It Is Important
The proposed two-tier court sys- "Thurston" on the workers. The Starke Rotary ty of our 4-H members were that they be tightly sealed. SNOWFLAKE PECAN FUDGE
tem provides for the non-partisan elec- just goes to show what great sit & W, I. Ry. It was settled Club sponsors our Rural- recognized for their accomplishments Shelled pecans keep well for Ingredients: 1 cup chopped

tion of Judges, with Judicial nominating things can be accomplished when the about the year 1868 by S. I. Urban Day at our Fair. Many, and our first 4-H about six months In the refrigerator pecans, 2 cups miniature :
commissions established in an effort man-in-the-street finally decides to Temple, and now contains a- many other civic clubs, busi- recognition banquet for donors, marshmallows, 1 cup graham :
to take politics out of appointments make his voice heard. bout 50 Inhabitants. Agricul- nesses, agricultural organizations sponsors, leaders and our top Pecans may be frozen. Pack- cracker crumbs,)1 cup confectioners :.
ture and fruit raising are the and interested individuals 4-H members. age freshlv shelled nerarm In sugar, 12 oz. semisweet .
chief Industries, and Messrs. contribute generously to our moisture-vapor proof bags chocolate bits, 1 cup e-
W. II. Dupree Jeffords,A.Deal. program. Freeze In tin cans, freezer vaporated milk, 1/2 tap peppermint
I W. C. Townsend and others, Jars or plastic containers. Seal extract.
Islands Of IntegrityShort are owners of fine orange Our Home Economics program or close containers. Store at Combine pecans, marsh-
groves. Mr. Obld Haynes 1* headed up by Miss Mar- zero degrees (F). mallows, cracker crumbs, and
the postmaster. tha Sue McCain has served more Unshelled pecans should be sugar.
hair, polished shoes, neatnessin It is the school where "Stonewall" WAVERLY was settled by M. As we look back Into 1971 families than ever before. Spe kept In a cool] dry place. Melt chocolate bits In eva- .

clothing, punctuality, and respectfor Jackson taught, and Generals GeorgeC. C. Levy. Esq., the present postmaster agriculture, we find that some cial emphasis last year was MEASURING TIPS: One pound porated milk over low heat. :
In 1880. The nearest good placed on educational of in the Remove from heat and add
authority on an American campus? Marshall and S. Patton commodity areas were programs pecans shell yields peppermint :
railroad station Is Lake City, some were fair, and some were for low-Income families. about 2 1/2 of extract.
be cups
You've to kidding pecan
got to mention a few, attended classes. 18 miles distant, situated on bad. Our swine and poultry halves or 2 cups of chopped Stir all but half cup of chocolate :
the Florida Central Western producers will remember this mixture into dry Ingredients -
Not at all. In an stops of permissiveness Railroad. The Inhabitants are year as one of our worst years pecans.One pound of shelled pecans and mix well. Turn
student demonstrations, radical Through an honor system relent- engaged In farming and the production for prices. Strawberry growers Again,, yields about 41/4 of mixture Into buttered pan, and
we cups pecan
rhetoric, and attempts to "run the lessly enforced by the cadets them- of the orange and grape. had to work many long hoursto part ft Bradford are proud to be a halves or 3 3/4 cups of chopped press Into shape. Frost with
school" it is encouraging to know selves, VMI Is sticking to its high Most of the land is owned by keep from losing money on County Our pecans. remaining chocolate mixture.
the Florida Land and MortgageCo. their crop. pledges for the coming year Chill until ready to serve
traditions. is
or cheating not For convenience
there are still a few American col- will be to repack
at Jacksonville.Swift Creel promote Agriculture, Cut In small squares, and gar-
leges where the old fashioned virtuesof tolerated, and brings instant dismissal. has two or three mills with Home Economics and 4-H and large quantities of pecans In nish each with pecan half on .

honor Integrity, and discipline are There Is no drug problem on the power for more. Palestine youth work to Insure progress readily usable packets. One- top. :
taught and practiced. campus, and respect for the cadet Lake, of small area, is near. Cattlemen had a good year and growth for our County. Our :"-';""""' ''''''.:O""U"'O'.''-'r';:'"'.."''";'";..;""'-''>';r.""..'-:' ,
uniform Is such that cadets are for- Most of the residents are because of better managementand offices are located at the Fair I >:>: ,
bidden to In form of Southerners. D. B. Knight, H. better prices. Producers Grounda In Starke. We Invite Roses Are Still if
engage any undignified Tops Among
They are the small military colleges I j
to call
behavior while In Sessions J. E. Thomas, and of vegetables tobacco, pecans or come by at any; ;.
such as The Citadel In South uniform. M. C. Levy own large orange and other crops have had an time. Flowering Plants In Florida

Carolina, Norwich In Vermont, and groves.

Virginia Military Institute In Lexington Certainly the "old-fashioned" atmosphere the WORTHINGTON Santa Fe River Is situated ten miles The rose bush la one of Flo- llzed at least every two weeKs

Va. The latter is typical. of The Citadel or VMI would from the nearest station. It rida's number one flowering for maximum flower product-
not appeal to many of today's permis- was settled about 75 years ago I National Plays I plants according to Florida Ion. However, watering Is the
Founded in 1839, VMI survived the sive generation. But we cannot help by Mr.Worthington In whose Nurserymen and Growers Association key to good flower abundance.

Civil War On which its student body but wonder if it would not get things honor It of Is noted named. Among the Important Role In Area other plants. The are hibiscus producing and an The should bush be If thoroughly grown In the soaked soil,

foughtand won-- a significant bat- back "on the track" a little if more owners Messrs. J. orange C. Rimes grovesare and abundance of blossoms, but at least two or three times a

tle) and continues to exert an Influencefar of our "Institutions of higher learn- Jacog Hiers. The settlers are The yearly Income tax Information protection and peace of mind these are primarily grown In week It goes almost without

beyond the normal expectation of ing" borrowed their pattern for a principally: whites, from the has been compiled for they deserve and have cometo the central and southern part saying that a rose needs more
Its size and location. while. North and West, and the pop Company D (-) 534 Spt Bn, expect. The National Guard of the state. The rose bush spraying than other plants.This
ulation is about 200. N. E. Starke and It was found that has served well and has a tradition Is adapted to all areas. Mod- operation Is required at least
Hodges Is postmaster. members of this unit drew second to none. It wouldbe ern breeding techniques In new once a week for quality flo
TEMPLES MILLS Is a small $140,610.86 In regular drill pay hard to Imarine where we under stocks, and new varieties wers.
village of some 500 Inhabitantson and summer field training pay would be today without the ever enhance quality flowers The secret to having suc-
the line of the F. & N. during 1971. It Is seldom rea- presence of the Guard produced In your dooryard, or cessful roses Is to buy a good
The Bradford County Co.'s Ry. It was settled In 1877 lized Just how much Impact the outdoor living area. plant, maintain good cultural
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED by S. J. Temple, Esq., the National Guard has on the local Company D Is looking for en- Rose bushes are available practices and prune properly.
present P. M., from whom It community. The money the listees. There are several from most nurserymen already Pruning Is generally performedin
I 1879N.M.dI takes Its name. In 1880 the Guard brings Into the com openings In the'local unit that potted, ready for planting. February Consult with your
r population was 275, and In 1884, munity Is felt by every businessand need to be Oiled. Seniors can One producer In the state supplies local FNGA member nurseryman -
AueB Me 500. The village contains a practically every IndividualIn now enlist In January 1972 and rose bushes throughoutthe or your County Agent's
Methodist and aBaptistChurch, Starke and surrounding area. will not need to go to six year He Is a wholesalerand office for good pruning methods -
Mr. Temple Is extensively engaged Many Guardsmen find time to months active duty training until supplies your local nurseryman .
B* still, and know that I an In the lumber business participate In community endeavors after they graduate in June. with stock. Plan on buying several rose
r A ESSAS50 God. .'-(Pul. 41, 10.:) and the owner of considerablereal and play, a big part In This Is a very recent change There are a number of advantages bushes this year. Remember,
(\ FLORI estate In the town and the success of projects under- regulations. that enables themto to planting a rose they are available throughoutthe
r suburbs. "Th Florida Orange taken. enlist without missing any bush. Some of them are flowers year from your local nur-
.I. T ON These are days of fear anduncertainty Grove Limited" Is the prom The National Guard has been school time. The Guard baa that are produced at least serymen.

In our beloved inent grove. Y. M. Truly, man- the backbone of die Armed For- many opportunities to offer a nine months out of the year,
'land of dread and anxiety ager. ces sine before there was an young man and they owe It to and with proper growing prac-
bout our future. FfIfpUnlng (Editor's note: The name Y. Army. It has done this by providing themselves to>> check Into the tices you will have flowers t th* Old y'Ihrh
/ the airwaves M. la Guard before Joining any other other three months. A second ,
predictions come over Truly obviously a typo-; th* needed reserves In w mtu/ll/ )
E.L. MATTHEWS, EditorPublisherPublished / in our newspapers--th grs pMcal: error. It should be time of trouble. Th* early settlers branch of service or reserve advantage to a rose bush Is lC \\j
each Thursday and entered 0' S.cond temptation Is to lose faith"and J. M. Truby, an early orange bound themselves together component. that It can be grown In t the
grove owner and Into the militia for the Anyone who would like more soil or In a container. If you
common: )
Class Matter at the Pest Office at Stark, Florida ,courage.W seek peace of mind
grower and shipper.) good. In time of trouble the Information concerning the National are an ap dweller witha
und.r Act ef f March 3rd, 1879 and lOaf, end for cur went
peace Guard Is encouraged: to small makes
Subscription/ In trad areas 1 year, $5.00; Outside/ country. Let MS take a quiet F.STARKE R. N.is Co.'s located on tile been militia there and to the be Guard the stabU-have call die Armory on Edwards a nice accent plant rose Roses need ...........

trad .,..: 1 year, $5.30. moment to reflect Do we love midway between Fernandina Railway and slng force to afford the citizens Road, 064-5320, and make an at least eight hours of full sun "Credit card are bringing
God Do w* trust In Him Cedar Keys, 25 mIles from of our great nation the appointment with a recruiter. a day. They should be ferti- bark sign


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.. . . . . in BRIEF Local' Debt Load $4 1/2 Million 1': 1@.t'ir
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-- WUNXMrn coat But Not Too Great, Survey Says !JND: ift.G; S:; ,,;

Although the overall con-
sumer debt load In Bradford defaults !Is very small. Moat finances and do not assume In The Circuit Court Eighth .
County; Is estimated at$4.529-: people are careful about their more debt than they can handle. Judicial Circuit of Florida
000 most local residents an In and For Bradford County
not "going overboard" and are ll-lH"I.-illg; Is Old Custom,
keeping their obligations well CIVIL ACTION

within manageable limits and Hut May {Violate; U.S. I"IIII'SThe Case No. 1242
their credit In good shape, according Elolo Smith Alt Wife, Rob-
to a national survey ert Peter Ast, Husband, Plain
Although their Incomes have making of wine Is an pie to make their own wine for tiff.
gone up in the last few years,'- ancient art and tradition that family consumption as dictated NOTICE OF SUIT-
In most cases enabling them will become a hobby for a by tradition. NO PROPERTYTO
to become more expensive In number of would-be connoisseurs The growth of the hobby In : Robert Peter Att P. O.
their spending been Bradford consumers who received vintner the seven-stato Southeastern Box 184 1 reoport, Long Island,
have more cautious equipment for Christmas, but region of IRS Is shown by the Now York
than usual, due to uncertainties some of Die new faddists may fact that the number of wine ""OtHE] IIERERY NOTIFIED -
with regard to Inflation, be unaware of legal require- making permits Issued have that an action for DIssolution -.
unemployment, and other economic ments involved In fermentinggrape Increased three fold from 1967 of Marriage has been
factors, the report shows. Juice. to the first II months of 1971, filed: against you Robert Peter
According to data from die Marvin 11. Dunn Chief Spa according to IRS records. Ast and you are required to
Mr.. Hur..', Clot. Mr*. Scotti ClattStmlentx Federal Reserve Board, and o- cial Investigator, Jacksonville, Dunn said Hint his agency serve a <''op of your written
ther sources, the amount of Treasury Department's Alco- is not anxious to bring charges defenses' If ari,) to I It I, on theplaintiff's
consumer debt outstanding{ In hol, Tobacco and Firearms DIvision on minor violations of the attorney,whose name
Participate; ; the U.S. is more than $103 of the Internal Revenue law, "but we're finding It and address Is it. Franklin\
billion at present the equivalent Service, anticipates that thou- to make arrests In necessary II itCh, 1'. 0, Box IH3, Gainesville -
In Community; Itnnrovenutit of about $1,600 per fam- sands cf wine making kits and few cases where the law Is a I lorlda
ily. Instruction books were given flagrantly disregarded such and file (lie, original with the
SCHOOL FIELD TRIP SAFETY This total Includes auto loans, as Christmas gifts In the Southeast ; In the selling of' is clerk of (the above styled courton
Susan Bass Donna Lawson PATROL homemade
The son, -
students In Mrs. Scott's
Mrs Kahn'i Kindergarten and credit extended for the purchaseof which may cause headaches wine." or before January 24th, 1972:
Brenda Hayes Mattie Foster APPOINTMENTSAppointments
5th -
MM. Jackson's first and sec 6th grade class partlclpaw1 other consumer goods, per- for his Investigators lie also said that It otherwise a Judgement may be
Teresa Booth Patrol
Darlene of Safety was necessary
ond grades went on an exciting In a community Improvement sonal loans, and loans for home He said that federal law allows for his entered against you for the
Mrs. Scott ( ) to make
Sharp teacher members to serve during agency
trip to the Gainesville walk through Brooker repair and modernization. It relief demanded' in the
field the making of up to 200 thorough com-
Andrews Susan Rau- of school Investigations when
Tammy the third six weeks
Mall on Wednesday Dec. 15.: on December 8, The pur does not Include mortgnte debt, the jwtiUon.MlM .
lerson, Isabel Bristol, Marlene have been announced by safe- gallons of wine a year by complaints of alleged violations plaint or
The children took a tour of pose of this environmental en- charge accounts, and single head of a household who obtains are received \ I )ss my hand and the
Andrews Danny even when
and Hurst the
Sharp Angle Mrs.
chancement ty patrol sponsors,
project was to Involve
modern shopping center payment loans. seal of said Court December
the and a permit from the IKS. complaint comes from "a on -
Ellis. The house
rode an escalator for the students In the pol- and Mrs. Scott. following In the, local area, this debt 211 1971.Gilbert .
The Issued ,
many permit no charge, guests with a tremendous
On Nov. Mrs.lIurst'l
lution Thursday 18, students were re-appolnted to hangover -
first time. The highlight of problems of the com- load figures out to a mathematical may be obtained by filing form from (; S. Drown
4th and 5th grader. second consecutiveterm sampling his host'llour
the trip was a visit with Santa munity and help them become serve a average of $1,110 per family 1541. Die application blank may Juice." As Clerk of said Court
. Claus. The children told aware of these problems. Sev- made a similar discovery. : Darlene Mott Kay Prescott However, since many families be obtained by writing Hts.P. The grape states H y: Ieulaht.! Moody!
him of their many Christmas eral different kinds of litter follows Those participating were as Angle Andrews, Tammy have no debt at nil, the O. Bux 9h.IU wishes. were collected during the walk. : Andrews, Teresa Booth, Susan amount owed by (hone that do 30301. are (yowl :Seal!)
As the class continues Its studyof Richard Knight, Wayne Ellis Raulerson, Marlene Sharp Alan Is Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
After visiting Santa and tourIng considerably higher. the permit frees the head 12/30 4t 120IFGAL.
Johnny Rogers, Kay Prescott Smith, Mike Starling, and Susan Mississippi, North Carolina
the ,
ecology, students will In than $1
Mall general out
the the children were more of the family from paying federal -
SandI David Fus South Carolina
Douglas, Ball In addition to these Tennessee.
classify these kind
of litter
taken to the West ids Park In of every $7 that a family has taxes on the, wine he makes,
and learn about their usefulness sell, Beth Hamilton, Stacey re-appointments, the following left after paying Its personal The normal activities of special -
Gainesville where
they en- Genlne but the law prohibits the wine I ; ". NOTICE
Hayes Dormany Do- been
to pupils have appointed tothe
picnic lunch which had man. taxes goes toward repayments from sold to others investigators of the Alcohol
Joyed a Jakab being given I will not be responsible for
reen Connie Dyal, Mar- safety patrol for the, first Tobacco
and i rlrearms I
been packed for them by Mrs. it must make on Its Instal as gifts, or from being removed debts Incurred
Those students participatingwere tha Lewis, Sharon Tetatone, time: Shari Green, Stacey Division Include enforcement any by any one
and Mrs. Howard at the ment deb. In Bradford from the house In whichit ,
Henry this
Steve Thomas Shari Green Connie Martha other then myself 'lerroll
: Jack Lefevers, Alan Hayes, Dyal, or federal laws Involving moon-
Brooker School cafeteria.The Lisa Tucker Darlene Mott Lewis Sand Sharon repayment rate comes to ap- Is made. L, tones' 2tp 1230Reinomhrr
Smith Broderick Mike Douglas,
children federal bombings, and bomb
enjoyed field proximately $93 per month per However, the permit
Starling, Jerry Smith, Everett Janine W1Illl gbam, Stanley Tetatone, Darlene Sharp and threats, firearms and ammuni-
trip which was Informative as family, on average. does not authorize the produc-
Hayes, Plennle Hicks, Mike Hayes, Johnny Booth, Vanessa Jerry Smith. Is tion, plus regulation of the legal when inflation
well as enjoyable. They were tills too much of a burden don of wine contrary to stale
accompanied on the trip by Strickland, Clay Watson, Mike Hodge, Betty; Lawson, Brenda To be appointed to the safety for the average family? Not or local law. manufacturing and sales of unly rreeprd? It wa kind
Comerford Carlton Hall Tim- Llnsey, Marie Testone, Suzanne patrol pupils must maintain pins, ammunition, liquor and ol cull bins, it\ Mood up and
Mrs. Khan Mrs. Jackson,Mrs. A B according to the figures. They Dunn said that the law was
othy Roberts Peter Henry, Rogers, Jimmy Mann, an or average both tobacco. suited / ,
Fussell (teacher aide), Mrs show that the proportion of initially designed to allow pea
Wayne Reid, John Lefevers, David Raulerson, Doug Watson, In citizenship and academ.
Don McDavld and Mrs. Mott
bus driver. Ricky Carroll, Dwight Emery, Fred Terry, Sidney Story, and and must be recommended by ---
Robert Smith, Jimmy Rauler- Mrs. Hurst (teacher). their teacher. The safety patrol -
has been very helpful In I1/ th Traditional ,Nfw fear's Meal
promoting at school. We STARKE'S

I Cost Of Local Cmovrrtinifnit -V- .110. bers on their appointment.Mr. .
Bradford Countians paid approximately perate the various state, ting factor, with the cost of McKInney, principal, announces FOOD FOOD
$280 per capitafor county, and municipal governments supplies, equipment, and labor that school will reopen PRICES!
state and local government and provide people with mounting rapidly, forcing local Monday morning, .Ian. 3.
operations In the last fiscal adequate police protection, governments to look for new HAM HOCKS 29BLACKEYES
year, a figure that Is still education facilities, sanitation, sources of revenue to keep PRAYER LIST CLOSED
considerably below the national health protection, roads, and solvent. Roy Green Is home after a FAIR

average. other needs.In Altogether, taxes In the a- second recent stay In Alachua 5 NEW YEAR'S32O
For Americans as a whole, 32 of the 50 states, the mount of $86.8 billion were General Hospital. 1
the cost of state and local gov- tax load has more than dou- collected by state and local
ernment operations averaged bled In the past ten years, and governments In the last fiscal SYMPATHY SUPERMARKETS DAY
$427 per capita, an Increase has become heavier In some year, a whopping $10.1 billion Our heart-felt sympathy, love
of $47 over the prior year. areas than In others The rangeat more than In the previous year. and prayers are extended to S. WALNUT ST.
For Florida as a whole, the present Is from a low of In Bradford County they the family of Reed Lewis who RICE -- ::- 3.. 39*
per capita cost was estimated $252: per capita In Arkansas reached an estimated total of was killed In an accident near ?
at $347, or $17 more than the to a high of$652: In New York $4,116,000. his home at Silver Springs on MOlaVlva IanaEfllfllVniaWllllllaMRRll
:year before. The average was State. Christmas Eve. Mr. Lewis Is AGAR'S .eN""aeooaae I CENTER CUTSIRLOIN
$352 throughout the South Atlantic Higher rates In certain: areas formerly of Starke. Mrs LewIs AUM1AI FARMBEST fmfJ ,:

States. of the country are attributedto Announced tax cuts make is the former Ilene Atkinson : : I I rft., ..
CANNED msam.i
Figures released by the Com special local conditions, such the taxpayer nervous, until he of Brooker. r" j@J
, merce Department Indicate thatIt as soaring welfare costs,housing find out what It going to be "* J \ !
now requires much more problems, and the like. Increased to cancel them out. HAMS.iEGG NOG
than In previous years to o- Inflation Is another contribu- Toiirist'1'otals I I STEAKS

On I Increase) RRI

I In I DeeeiI11M'r ? CAN.a $369 I 69c C: I gOBrsSIr1- $ I 9

I QT 1
The State Chamber of Com- BUTTS. ?.? ...... Ib. 49t !
.' merce reports that the number
:: of visitors coming to FloridaIn I
December has Increased YN Y IY. YYas
nearly 50 per cent over the past m te, la 1 W
five years, with an estimated
10 per cent of the total number
that visit the state during the
1 year coming here during the ,
Christmas and New Year's sea-
7w son.
Figures for this Decemberare 1iN.R era.o
not yet available, but It's
likely that festivities at DIs-
toq'I ney World may have broughta WHIPPED lllfllll IMye clue Ail OUIMINt too* QIMOt WAtlPJCOUIN B
record number of visitorsto WITH THIS COUPON 24031 I Ui7Uff I P -- MIJI
the State this month


: I Told To Vacate 99 1 ; MIXERS

."., In Lake flu tier JAR i BIG

t >Good Only at Pantry Pride A Q/d Srorn I 17oz I 28oz 6/l
r T Dr. K.C. Walden, Union Co- Thru Jan. 5. 1972. LJmrt-l I Par Family. I 1 a I1IAIAIIIIVIRYDAY
;.;' I unty's only physician, has been 1 CAN I %ot; ;
given to vacate his
,I _
".'. rent-free Memorial offices Hospital In the building old King in I IOWfft/Cf/ fl tVtKYDAY IOWM/Cf11IVIKYDAY/ LOW /1IVtKYDAY/ LOW/ MCfITtmYDAY tOW M/CH/

:": Lake Butler. U" Y, may .
'. "He's hardly ever here,"said ? KLEENEX "
"" Circuit Court Clerk Robert I>riggers vf SMMI
.: Lt -r In commenting on SPICED I ,v.% SWEET PRINT I STUFFED I OLIVES

;.' County the recent; Commission.action of the"lie Union was PEACHES I POTATOES I TOWELS I OLIVES I .-,..........

not furnishing needed services
for the people of the county." 29oi 5.73UCKIT 3/ll 3'lMAINE

'.. According to Drlggers. Dr, CANS _as _
Walden spends most of his

time at Flagler Beach, near .rIOW"'C"lr"IO.'C1."r.urlo.' .rrow/agr. "1 ;
; '. Bunnell office. where he also has an WHIP leJ'--; I Golden Ripe j U.S. 1WHITE

I Construction of the new Union TOPPING M'i
: Memorial Hospital was completed w'r.311.l ,I BEER BANANAS!
last May, but Its administrator _. ....-19c. I

.. Floyd Miller, and the Itiirttnow niciisuAvi ''I"'o.'c"fREMIUM'' .,. "'- mnll' I POTATOES
Co.. board of trustees, have thus far DWI ILE j j I \ .; rrenur
.. been unable to recruit staffphysicians. j V"I9 ', .
sad.two are MAI* saniAV I A$V.8MBRANDS! ;I ,'. .: 'il c: 1

..: .. needed When, it Informed was of the action, Vr49: < : i' \ 'Mi.forWILBtmlJ1' : <> 4 9 C

Dr. Walden expressed shock OVBI 7,000 CVMTDAY LOW PRICES, I r
Up, up, mid away %r4*. go into n that the county; commission had GOOD 7 DAYS A W1EK. BONUS I 'IISH FLOIIDA
vacate the -
ordered him to premises

:, lira nil 1 H.MV. year! Good l hick to all' not,paying and accused for air conditionIng the boardof QUANTITY RUTS BIG RESERVED.ivtmotr JAN. S, 1972.. (iAJPPLES I .........4'AO La 39 ORANGES." .IACH3

o' roofing, and other repairs tow wici' imivm tow mttt i ivrtrur low mat IOMUJ suit mmo tow mat i mtroAr tow icii r

Interest Soar In 1972 on the old building. rA* *N ** BMO ft *T IM1H
; May Your The doctor added that he does /GREEN fUHl
ler oecause"I don't have enough CABBAGE SHORTENING CREAMER
: And At work up there. I've told them if J). """i 81
they didn't pay my bills, I was 59 .;I'eh .
going to have to quit"
., Walden also declared that the
commission could: not have built iviiYoti iow nici'l mror tow ma i tvtirotr low ma' l tvtuotr tow nmi ONUS turf ivi irojr tow wicr rl mtntr low raiaiiCAKE >

First Federal Savings And Loan Association the new hospital If be, as a oiatM CIOWM LIBBVS Y. *M- .._..Dei M N
r American College Pantry
member of the -
of Surgeons, had not been

.' "They can't open that hospital M.
.' up unless they have two doc .
..S' ton" he added.

mc: 30, 1971 TELEGRAPH 1fF.: '. 7BROKER

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Madison Slrccl Baptist Rassie White I), 6l It JlMJ [ 1 1 'II. .',' ;' ,

Sets Crusade Jan. 2-9 s
/ Rassle Earl Whits. 39, of

/, The James A. McKelthenirangelUttc homa Baptist University, and (I.a I. Starke, died Friday Dec. 24, 1 An investment in Your ---
Crusade will be recording artist for Epistle In Lake Butler.
,'<., Jd at tile Madison Street Bapttst Records F lie Is a composer of Born In Alma, Ga. on Jan-
Church January 2-9. according Gospel music, the most recentof uary 15, 1932 he was a retired -
to castor Denton Sum- which Is melody chorus wlde- truck driver and a Baptist. I Future"f
rail. Services will beheld nightly ly In crusades, "Oh, What iUTiik1i I IIil 1m 1
at 7:30 p.m.tvangeUat Grace Surviving are his wife, DorIs -
: McKelthen was The campaign In Starke faa White; three daughters. Martha 3 '
part of Hodges': winter Itinerary Kathy and Sharon White; .when ,roe ktwvt k, (tart else ,nw ...u. .."

In born Suwannee In Wellborn County, a; small, and town is agraduate ten which Southeastern Includes states meetingsIn and one Starke son; two Robert sisters White, Mrs., all MaryE. of i__ II [11/1/ ."""l"lnir1! ,'1W'IIh"6.lfneM: __IiII..ln.,3! 1ifi .. !mliI! !l! P'mHlIllIllIliIllIllIllIIn! .III iU ."i '::5 )3K'>":Zjl&:

of Southwestern Baptist Shelby and Mrs Beatrice
the Bahama Wands He Is cur-
Worth.! Texas lie pastored Florida National Conference of Southern Funeral services wen held CHURCH CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng HOLINESS! CHURCH MELROSE
Baptist Churches for 22 Baptist Evangelists at 2 fun. Sunday at the grave Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Bible School, 10 ,a.m. Worship Worship II a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Schedule of Services:
years before entering the field An Invitation Is extended by side in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Services 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
Rev. DeWitt Farabee officiating 6 Midweek Service Wed 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service Service 6 jwn. Evening Worship -
as a fulltlme evangelist In 1967. the pastor to everyone in the Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship p.m. wel- Morning Worship 11 a.m.Even.
Interment followed 7 Ladles Bible 7:30: pjn. Everyone 7 p.m.Tue.day.
each nesday p.m. ing Worship 7
During his years as pastor, community!; to attend ser- 7 p.m.Thursday. p.m.
he conducted over 100 revivals, vice during the. Crusade week. under direction of DeWitt C. night Prayer MeetIng Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church come.L.L.. Parker, pastor Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m.
Jones Funeral Home located one block west on SR
and more than 2,200 people/ 7:30: p.m.David p.m.Rev. pastor
W.B. Chauncey,
were baptised In his churches. Hodges, Pastor -J.P.H.! Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
Aa an evangelist he and his 'Watch Night'A CARD OF THANKS Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST ; CHURCH
family are members of Edge- Our heartfelt thanks to all GRACE BAPTIST PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre Services CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
wood Baptist Church lakeland, Highland who extended comforting sympathy CHURCH STARKE METHODIST CHLRCH: Booster Band Young Services ing Worship II a.m. Evening
Pratt St. Sunday
633 W.
where he Is a membei of the Church and help In our recent Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- People, and Prayer Service), : Sunday School 10 a.m. Worshp 7.-James Shaw,pastor.
church staff. Baptist sorrow. For the beautiful service at 11. Training 7
6 Evening Worship p.m.
II Youth Ser p.m. Un-
Union Ing Worship amTraining
a.m. 11
Music for the Crusade will be floral offerings, and other 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship Midweek Service Wednesday Preaching, BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH(
vice 6 Evening Worship, Worship,
directed by Jimmy Hodges,music kindnesses, we are deeply 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer p.m. 7:30 Rev. John Strickland ion 5:45 p.m. Evening BROOKER FLA.
: p.m.
7:30 Rev. Tommy L. Milliard
evangelist from Lakeland. Watch Nlffht Services will beheld grateful. Tate Alvarez and fam Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. LeonT. p.m. Pastor. 7 p.m. Everyone Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday
A former Jazz band leader, at the Highland Baptist ily. Odom, Jr., pastor pastor. -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor School. 10 a.m.Ron Bristol,
state winner as a tenor soloist, Church on Friday, Dec. 31, HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Superintendent. Training Union
and drum demonstrations starting at 7:30: p.m. and continuing : MADISON; STREET AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH & (Highway 100 at Theressa) 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas, Director -
Ralford Road Weldon St. PROPHECY BROOKER
tist, !Hodges has presented until midnight. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. OF 10, MornIng Worship Services 11 a.
assembly programs and drum School, 9:45 Morning Worship 11 Sunday School a.m. 7:30. Midweek
Sunday : ; am.i" Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. m. : Prayer Service -
exhibitions on high school and Guest speaker will be ! Worship 11; Training Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday Training Union' 6:30: p.m. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, mu-
college across the Fred Potter, pastor of 0wBrookslde WMU Prayer 7:15 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30. Service, 6 p.m. Evangelistic -
campuses 6:15; Circle ; Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. sic director.
-Charles Wednesday
Church and pastor Service 7 p.m.
U.S.Thursday Baptist Evening Worship, 7:30.: 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- Wednesday Night Prayer Services -
night, which Is founder of the TriStatenU; Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.
Monday through Saturday- Ing every Monday, 7 p.m. 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Youth Night in the Campaign dren's Home InBrlstol,Term. Revival each night, 7:30.: G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone EVERGREEN BAPTIST Packham pastor. Come and worship with us. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
will feature the musician in a Tuesday Prayer Group, 9:30 welcome.ST. Highway 125 Northwest of -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
drum exhibition duriruc the special There will be singing by special a.m.: Missions Friends, GirlsIn Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11. Training
youth fellowship after the groups, and refreshments) Action t:30: p.m. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 1115.: Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEM Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service -
.services which will be served.WATCH CHURCIISTARKE Night Service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday CHURCH, STARKE FREE WILL 7:30.
begin at 7:30: --Denton : Midweek Prayer
Sumrall pastor. Ash &
7:30 Chestnut. Sunday
Prayer Meeting, : Cor.
Father James "
P.m. CreganpastorSaturday Holy/ Eucharist, let and 3rd Service 7:30.:
Hodges Is a graduate of Oka- REVIVAL SERVICES Mass 7 p.m.Sunday p.m. Rev. Albert Knight,pas Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning School 9:30: ; Morning Worship Service -Rev. L. Tommy Howe/ pastor
.. Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass tor. 2nd 4th and 5th Sun 11; League 4 p.m. Night .
..... .. O -o .ate .o..saaa START JAN. 3 AT Prayer, 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams
7p.m. 11 Church School 9:45:
t- t Morgan Road Chapel will hold Confessions Saturday 6 LAURA School BAPTIST 9:45 a.m. E.Y.C.: 6 p.m. pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
: a.m.
revival services Mon- P.m.School -John M. Flynn Rector OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
starting of Religion Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- FIRST UNITED METHODIST
tt NIGHT day, Jan. 3. through Saturday! : STARKE 1404 E. Bessent Road
Grade School Ing Worship 7:30: p.m.
Sunday 11
t t tt Jan. 8, nightly at 7:30: except a.m. to 12 noon. Bible Study Wednesday 7:30: BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
Saturday night when services High School -- Sunday 7 Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Worship 11; Junior and Senior m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sac-
will start at 7. Rev Law- P.m.Be In church Sunday. Service 11 a.m. Church MYF groups, 6 p.m. rament, 6 p.m.
SERVICE ronce Carroll pastor eJl the p.m. Frank Jarvis, pastor Training, 6:30: p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.
t II t First Baptist church Tuesday Primary 4:30:
of Keystone Worship 7:30.: 7 p.m. Prayer Meet- p.m.
Heights will be the BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Wednesday Relief Society,
e- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting, Ing, 7:30; Chaqcel Choir Rehearsal -
vangelist. The public Is In Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship CIIURCII, \CCLENNY 7:30 p.m. 745.: : 7:30 p.m.
vited. Service 11 a.m. Church Sunday Mass 12 noon Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. Jesse D. Branson, Branch

: HIGHLAND BAPTIST : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Worship Training 7:30.: 6:30 p.m. Evening _Day_..<<._...Mass.:_'.."';rn,>'iN'O'.7'Oi'o"'Oo"NV nn 5:30: ,, p.m.,"""" .___""">< _.r......rrr .>>>>:-.w.-.>>_>>.:.:.:..:_._:...:..:._:.:.n,:.:..n:-:-:.:.-:-.:.-.:..:..:-.:..:..;..:..:.-...:-.:..:..,.:.--.w.--.;..:.;..;....:.:.:..:.<.<..:.-:..;..:.,'>.President.>.:-.:'.;-.:.':'.:.<.<-.:.<<.'.:-.:-.>.>.'.:YR;::9..,"or:5; rY'%{:rA"r lj
STARKE WednesdayPrayer Meeting
I Opportunities for service: 7:30: p.m. r
SundaySunday School 9:45; Rev. J.D. Robinson

CHURCH Morning Worship at II, sermon J JllfV
t II t tt "The Carnal Christian and the LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST ,
Spiritual Christian; Training CHURCH s ((7l41 '.
Sunday School 10amMorn- r
Union 6:15 Evening Worship, .
FRIDAY Dec. 31 7:30: sermon; "The Way to a Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening 1
t II t tt Better Spiritual Life." Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday V
MondayJanuary Bible Study Everyone welcome.

t 7:30 PJVI. to MIDNIGHT II t tt Tuesday-, 7 p.m. WMS Council 9.30: Rev. Robert Raison pastor fl;tf $4?

a.m.; Program Ida f5arby CHURCH OF GOD I 0: I
Group In Charge) 10:30: ; Business 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. ;
S/'(>('illl/ (fiuvt S/H',d,,'r Meeting 11.15: ; Covered Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- n
t t Dish Luncheon 12 noon; Young Ing Worship II a.m. Sunday i
Musicians Choir, 3:30: p.m.; Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night, S;
REV. FRED POTTER G. A. 4:15: ; January Bible Wednesday:, 7:30: p.m. Prayer ; a Another year haf pttttit

i Pastor, Brookside Baptist Church I Study WednesdayFamily, 7 p.m. Night Meeting-Rev.,Y.W Friday Kldd, 7:30, pastor p.m. }{rr,r and thing gone by. wt cannot ::1..}y:

Bristol Tenn. Supper, 6 p.m.; January Bible KINGSLEY LAKE f change So ring out the y..:
Study, 6:30 Church Choir Prac-
I II t tice 8 p.m. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training X:; old year and ring. in the new ::::
And Founder Of TriStateChrildren's ThursdayVisitation, 7 p.m. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor :Hjjf C
ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship r with high retolutionf These j;

t Home Bristol, Tenn. t tt -W. A. Hogan pastor 7:30 Wednesday.: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: 1 f:: bells" which have long been ;1;j

Pastor Rev. Robert West !::::, >>;
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST :} used by church at a call ::1

t t tt CHURCH {
Intersection of Highways 16 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ::;:;: to worship are ringing' an f:::
Sunday School. 9:45: a.m.
North) and 225. Rev. Wayne
Sftt'clal I SingingAnd Wells, pastor. Morning Worship II a.m. Youth f opportunity f for you to begin, :}:}

t Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Fellowship 6.m. Choir Practice :: the new year at v or h.p. :;'..,::.
Wednesday p.m. .. ..
Service at 11. Evening Service '
:'' '
7:30 -Rev. Robert D. Burch : 1I'IIllhllll"{Ii! aV: ....HI.i "h! "q.11; ''Iii sr;!: 't l!I 'I"!, !:.Iiiilliiilili h!, 'II'..! ,iI 11'1';. !!1'1"1":0'1'1:' I!! ::::
7:30.: Wednesday Service ;= ,l II !',=:;' with, the lord in His hotue :.:r:.:
P.m. b ; '!; ::
CHURCH :::: ; i '! {i"1;.) Start now and be faithful t;:
1'UIl.Llf INVITED Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- : Iii'!:!! Tht Church' n Cod't appointed, agency ,in this world, '! ;: t:::
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH: Ing Worship II. Training Union {hlill; for ipriodmg, I Iht knowltdgt of Hit' hors hi man and !i.',.;; throughout this year Attend :>:::
t t Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning 630.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: :-:3: !!I"I" of Mil demand tor man to rtipond to I that lore by !'! *:
Worship II a.m. Evening -LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor !V! Church regularly
Rev. Raymond Caudill, Pastor Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday .' "jl"' loving his" n,ghbar. Without, this' grounding in I tho j" !"" '.
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, BETHEL/ BAPTIST CHURCH ::) iliIH! lore of Cod no govirnmtnt or locufy or way of lift :,!!!!!{1 ::
L. J 7 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn : Ilii1'''i r; 'E will, long ptntviit and the freedoms, which' wt hold ;jH1!! l rr'y':

.... ..... s.eas..la.. _- C.F. Prevail, pastor. Everyone Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening :: Ijh I !! 10 door will, mivitobly perish Thirtfort. swan from, :iml!! \\N TII.. I Joj
Welcome( Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer y j: !;1 0 ttlfith point, of owe", ont should support tht Church :: Da {
Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. .:.' ill ,. for the iokt oll the welfort of himitlf, and hit family, blHI I:: i f i' .:,::3
2t ]It >>tJdt2J: -Rev. J.C. Saunders. pastor :: '11111.H I I.yond that, howtvtr, tvtry ptrion should uphold Iii;!!!
Iii"{ and participant' In the Church' btcouit it nit I tht truth. !ljll,4;!! h hI :. :

MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ; I,j '! about man's lift, death' and dttlmy, ; I tht truth which' Iq!IIII: !..;.:! .-:
e.aaa/elath/ ""If Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday : 'II''{" alont will, Hi him Iris to livt at a child' of f Cod jljI I'; !!!" .... ::.
School 11 a.m. Morning Worship I,, ii I : """
6 p.m. Training Union Iii; !! .II"-; '''-
7 p.m. Evening Worship. .... 4r.! Till'3.knil' ij
<< I
AftlJYear.A Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser : ,I '' .. :I ji{I'I, l,!!!!!1 1j +:{)
";'. ,. :
Rl 1I vices.Rev.. Bob Cooper, pastor I JhlimmUHmmlliiiiiii';! { !:::{ i l! i{ :{!!! !!;iiilWIii!!!!!! { : I!! ,'{,,: ;: !Illiilalhi!!! r ,{ :!! ({: ;!:: ,::!!'! a( h;; 'jjliii4liiilll! j!

II --- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH :;:._.............."".'".-.. "* ;.'O..rn". .:.:-:'' ; :.: ;.: .:.:.. :.:": "; .;'":.;..;..: ;:;:::; ; :: ;;: : : -,.;"", ..;.."...."..".,...,.,.,.,,.,.':.O-....''.'.'.'":"''":',,,,:"O;<;OXOO'c..''''A.r.'f.'Ou'OO"NV.VY..O".Wy. <.F.-r""'""."........<,>,<,,<,<,_.J'O'.Y..H.:0"b )
Sunday Service:Sunday Sci oj
9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, .
1045; a.m. Evening Service 7:15: "
p.m. Youth Group Mueting,Sun STARKE 66"
day, 6:30: p.m. FLORIDA
Family ..
I -J.C. Brown, minister <

JORDAN!; MISSIONARY Jl: EST Hill Ed"''....... Ph. 964-7231

Wishes You and Your BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. + fire TrulnjcHeadlight
301 North, behind Taste :;,V
Freez Drive In, Sunday, =---. << Adjustinga
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- p .reu p.
vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Pray Brake Service

Peace, er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111 Wheel l lUUnc and

day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. :339; E. Call SI. St lrke, Fla. Alignment

Prosperityand Grlffls. associate pastor. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 964-5745 for FREEInapectlona AIR! SERVICE

DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Mlway 301 and 100
and Estimate
BROOKER AH Minor Repair

Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 510 8. Teaapl Stark. 617 N. Temp"n.. Slarko
Good Health Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.
-Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor


Throughout the Coming Year! Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ABSTRACT CO.
Worship 11 i.m. and 7 p. SUPPLIES. Inc. Grocery and Market
-Rev. John Ross, pastor Kaaturlac.: Ace HardwareCowpWU Groceries-Meats-Feed. Heller Service For Yow

HAMPTON BAPTIST Paint Supplies'{ GAS AND OIL Till ProbtesM

IFLORIDAi CHURCH GoodsCtMck ) Jack and Gladys Edwards) Abstracts
Sunday School I 10!) a.m.: MornIng and SporttM!
Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study U. 8. 301 South Stark TItle InauraacoISA
6:30 p.m.; Evening Service,7:30 With U. rirrt21t .
p.m. PHONE: M4-I31X W. Can Ph. N4M1
B.A.NK i AT STARKEMember Wednesday Prayer and WMhlncton. W4-8270

Bible Study 7:30: p.m.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Melvln Hamel. Pastor

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group I. e e OwsMd My TfcoM W* sinus la Twelv Northoaat.. Fluids. ('.. -R...... Our $$.. ..,. 14r. Haitian.
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