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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I No. 22 Thursday, December 3, 1970 Copy

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outlook for the City Coun-Con-
of Starke to undertake a $1 : to
million bond Issue to add a t; Tues

pair of engines to Ita power week.
plant doesn't look good, It was
reported at the City Council
meeting Tuesday night. .. ', Com-
7 to
The Council is waiting on a
feasibility report from Audi- )
tor Ned Scott, but Chairman ::4It : at
Nell Tucker said Tuesday "we :
know It doesn't look good." ;'-' 8).M Ze-,
Councilman Orie Wiggins t t\ 23
said, however, he still wants "'" '
a report on the feasibility of. ':"...J=', ; com-Ma-
purchasing one unit. He asked :.....:. '
Clerk Merrill Edwards tophonethe < R.J.
auditor about the matter. ," ori-
"We're gonna come up here
one day and be buying power .
than It costs to
for mort gen-
erate It, Wiggins warned his
fellow councilmen. was had
"Are we going to let the plant .,
set there and run down?" Wig- -_
gins asked. No came the reply ::: : )
from several council members :-.:-
"" _. sign.

The city Is a year past the water
time Its former engineers,Rey- ','" -- lab,
nolds, Smith, and Hills of Jacksonville south
recommended It .
undertake another bond Issueto .
finance an engine of around --
2.'100 KW at a cost of around from

$8-0,000.. : )would
Not wanting yet another bond ', were 9
issue whenthe city already 'M strict

owes over $2. million on its com-
utility system, the Council has to
put' off doing anything. In the to
meantime, the city fathers have the
sought to find a way to finance K \ said
a new engine without a bond at
Issue, but as yet have come : Dawn On KingsleyA he
up with no concrete results. rail-

Wilson New ,Electrical of Fred Wilson Engineer and Associates Ed- solemn stillness hung over Kingsley Lake was caught' still In her nightgown, In the west a

of Jacksonville, In on the November dawn the six-year-old above rays of sunlight. pur-he

early November recommendedthe --,
city consider a $1 l million
bond Issue and two engines if
totaling over 3.000 KW. A large Inaugural ,
Increase in the plant's capacity Container ValuesIn again
would cost the City; the financing Ups and

on only one bond issue Float Set
and one set engineering fees Tra
and delay for several yearsa
second future bond issue that For pro-
has been scheduled for 1973. CountyIt Timber Tax Dec.

City; officials have worriedfor : I : -
years about the life of has been!recommended to cor-
the five 1,000 KW Superiorgen- the Chamber of Commerce the
era tor in the plant. that are Board of Governors by its executive -
Amending its 1970 advaloremtax $30 per acre.Controversy. Container has continued
25 old. Councilman
now years committee that Brad- suit filed Oct. 6 against over timber a- subsequent suits, and -
Billy Noegel asked a Superior ford County enter a float In Bradford County, Container rose in 1965 when five Umber 1965-66-67 suits all also
James Ron-
representative, A. the Inaugural Parade In Tal- Corp. of America has Increasedits firms owning lands In Bradford to the Florida Supreme :
bins, who was present Tuesday lahassee January 5.. admitted valuation of its County filed suit after Asses- where Judge Murphree's : ; com-
what the life expectancyof
the old Superiors is. The committee agreed last timber holdings here by nearly sor Long set new values of$100 ion were upheld. the
week that the county should $700,000.CCA per acre for plneland and $30 Still pending before ; un-
"We don't know," replied participate In Inaugural cere- now values its Brad- for swampland, an average of Murphree Is a decision get
Robbins. "It's like the old DC-3 monies for Democratic Gov.- ford holdings, 38,083 acres, $78 per acre. 1968-69-70 cases. by
airplanes. We Just keep putting Elect Reubln Askew, but the at $2,326,470. That includesan The county won that 1965 suit Theron Yawn, One
parts on and It keeps running." extent will be determined by additional 1,876 acres not which were heard as one case the county In the timber : -
the Board of Governors. included in when the '70 suit In Circuit Court here before on the basis that the which

It was recommended that was originally filed Judge John A.M. Murphree (Continued on Page ) ,
other organizations and indivi- On Oct. 6 Container Attor- with aggravated battery states Is provide dally coverage of
be duals be asked to aid In financing ney Edward McCarthy valued that ". .did unlawfully com- refuse.
the project. 36,206 acres at $1,637,225.The mit a battery oneEltonJames That one thing, the commis-
(JotonCEtierCHRISTMAS\ The chamber was brought Into new CCA values still do Moughton, and did then and sioners said Nov. 16, will kill
the inaugural parade pic- not come up to the $2,968,180the Girls LiThe FFA ? there intentionally or knowinglycause both the Hampton dump being
ture when the County; Commission county had assessed for the said Elton James reopened with county equipment
b referred to the C of C the 36,206 acres. Moughton great bodily harmor and the New River site.
a letter requesting Bradford's "Now If they'll come up another ---- permanent disability or permanent Hampton has the additional
j participation. $20 or so we'll be get- There Is a new look on the disfigurement." problem of the extremely high
ting somewhere," Tax Assessor BHS campus this termgirls : water table. County officials
! Election of six new mem- : : The state attorney has auth-
I Gene commented are taking vocational agricul- .
bers to the board of Long have said it will: be almost
governors ority, under the Constitution,
I Ii was announced by John Tuesday. ture for the first time. to file direct Informations Impossible to find a higher
!i Myers, executive vicepresident. In Its amendment filed Nov. Actually, there are 12 of the .r where his Investigation shows spot than the Hampton dumps
19 In the office of the clerkof
already located
Newly elected governorsare young coeds, members of the cause in cases other than cap- on.
George Roberts, Jr., the circuit court here, CAA Future Farmer's of America. ital offenses.A The New River, Just south
II George Pierce, Marie Carter, lists 38,083 acres "at higher Four of them are officers In direct Information bypasses of Ralford, is high and dry,
Brian Hamilton Warren values than the values allegedIn the Junior FFA however.
Jr., Chapter at BHS. local law enforcement agen-
I Winkler, andH.H.Everett.They the complaint. CAA listed All 12 are beginning ag stu "Reading between the lines,
I BAZAAR will: be confirmed for the office Its total "Just value" at the dents. they want us to open an approved -
I by the Board of Gover- $2,326,470 for the Increased The girl's must fulfill the cies.Fire land fill,"Commissioner -
Sponsored By nors. acreage. requirements of an FFA mem- Dave Shuford said Nov. 16.
New values Container -- - -- KillsWoman,80
Bradford County Roberts and Pierce were re- set by ber, Just as the boys, includ- Commissioners then felt state
Hospital AuxiliaryFridaySaturday elected to their posts. Carter are: ing a supervised farming pro- Bradford High's first FFA girls are ((1-r): officials had the county's sani-
and Everett have been serving Pine land with site Index higher gram. tary situation at a standstill
on the board as appointed mem- than 70; 25,660 acres at Asked. what kind of projects First rowMary Padgett, Marie Harris Don- seemingly unwilling to give

Dee. 4,5 bers. Hamilton and Winkler will $80 per acre, totaling $2,065- they planned, three of the girls na Bryan; Second rowJanice Johns Sue Edwards groundand the county's econo condi-

be new members. 630.Pine land with: site Index answered a horse a cow, anda Gwen Starling, Debbie Green; Third topographical
West Can Street B.F. (Bud) Mlzell was to be pig. An elderly Negro woman, tions.
less than 70; 444 acres at$43 rowViola Griffis Janice Alvarez. Vicki Anderson Trawick was Instructed by
Near Koch's sworn in at noon today (Thursday Mrs SallJe Williams, 80, died
; as the new president of per acre, totaling $19,092. Why do they bother think with farm-these and Terrie McNeal. Not shown: Deb- Monday morning In a fire that the Air and Water Pollution
Homemade Baked Goods the Chamber. He has been serving Merchandisable hardwood ing when one might destroyed her home at 1531 Control Board on Sept. 15 to
Candies Decorations as president-elect. The lands; 8,712 acres at $24 per very feminine looking coeds bie Bobo. McCollum Street, off Old Law- cease using county; mosquito
other activities
governors were also to electa acre, totaling$209,088. would rather pursue tey Road east of Starke. control equipment on the Hampton
new president-elect and tr+a- Wasteland; 3,266 acres at$10 or Just not bother if Sue Edwards,has already shown to take the course; they Just land fill and to post a sign
< .. ..
\ Its original 1970 suit, as fat stock Sue "
Myers read a proposed resolution "My daddy makes me, one area Future Farmers of America. slothed, was found lying on
urging completion of the In Its four previous suits CCA replied. can give most of the boys some But In October 1969 the National the floor of the kitchen area, County receives
t t 4dntMn.iJN. four-lanlng of US-301. After classified its values as $62.40 How do they like "feeding pointers, says Advisor Paul FFA Constitution was *here she was apparently over $19,000 annually in state match-
approval by the full board of per acre for pine land and up" when its as cold as it Hutchlns. amended to permit girls to come while trying to escape Ing funds to operate the mosquito
\ .. irwd governors the resolution will $5.45 for swampland was Tuesday? David Smith, Instructor for Join. Then the state organization from the building. control unit and the funds
_. ....tooobr be sent to all county; and municipal Tax Assessor Gene Long values "My daddy does it for me, the coeds, says there is nothing followed suit last June 2. The fire was discovered a- would be Jeopardized if ordersof
........, officials on the 301 right-. pine land Bradford Coun- another coed replied. "I Just unusual about girl's inking Smith backs up the girl's bout 6:15: ajn. by the Starke the state agency are violated -
I ..... ,rm ty; at $100 per acre and all feed once a day, maybe." agriculture. about the projects. "They're Hampton citizens were
(Cont'd on Pg. 8 ) other types; of timberlands at Actually, one of the girls "They've always been able doing the same kind of pro- (Cont'd on Pg. 8) told." by the Commission.

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Carol Reddish

Hospital Auxiliary Reddish-Stephens Stork Shower Masons Plan Feted At Tea

f fGJaQa Christmas Bazaar Wedding Date Set For Mrs. Jackson ChristmasCovered In Griffin HomeMiss

At Bagwell Home Dish
The Bradford County; Hospital Mr. and Mrs. James M. Carol Reddish, bride-
Auxiliary will hold a Christ- Reddish announce the approaching The Starke Masonic Lodge elect of Dec. 1S.1. was compli
mas Bazaar Friday and Satur marriage of their Mrs. Roy Jackson was hon- will have a Christmas covered mented at a tea Tuesday after-
from 9 Carol Loyselle to ored at a stork shower Tues hall on last week given by Mrs.
day a.m. to 5 p.m. daughter, dish supper at the lodge noon of
Charles Stephens, son of day night of last week givenby at 7 p.m. Mrs. Maurice
two doors east of Koch's on Hugh Thursday, Dec. 10, R.G. Paterson,
Call Street. Mr. and Mrs. John C.Stephens. Mrs. Johnny Johnson and Members are asked to bring WIngate, Mrs. Marie Siemer,
The bazaar will feature The wedding will be an eventof Mrs. Don Bagwell at the homeof gifts such as soap, deodorants Mrs. William R. Ward and Mn .
Moody Pfcon '147101'Sock. Christmas decorations, home- Saturday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. the latter of Mabel Street.On and shaving materials (unwrapped J.A. Griffin at the home of the
the coffee table In the
made baked goods and candies, in the Reynold's Chapel, Camp ) to place under the latter on Wilson road.
F ., Editor handmade Christmas gifts and Blanding.The living room was a novelty arrangement Christmas tree. These Items Greeting guests at the door
novelty; Items. Proceeds will reception Is canceled due of blue carnations will be given to the old folksat was Mrs. Ward, and standing
toward the Cardiac Consolefor to a death In the Immediate and baby dolls. receiving line were the
Masonic home.
go the in the
..Jt .".J ., the hospital and other Auxiliary family. Games were played by the Christmas music will be fea- honoree and Mrs. John Ste
20 who Included Mrs.
projects. and speaker will mother of the bride
tured, a guest phens,
Robert Ward honoree's
Mrs. M.A.BaldwinJr.,chair- AdkinsonWilliams mother be Invited to discuss the old groomelect.The .
Little Women and Mrs. Luther Jack-
Brenda Williams man, will have as co-chairmen, Prizes folks home. tea table was covered
. .., Hold Benefit Weds Black Mrs. George Canova,Mrs.J.W. Wedding HeldMr. son.The honoree were was awarded.presentedwith A.F. Garner, W.M., invitesall with an Imported cutwork cloth,
I Bitch, and Mrs. Gene Tanner. members and their centered with an arrangementof
a decorated bassinet from
Fashion Show At Pine Level and Mrs. W.M. Adkin her hostesses as a mementoof come and participate In this yellow pompoms. Presidingat
the occasion. holiday affair. the silver tea service were
son announce the marriage of
Hatcher Home
Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr. and
The Little Women's Club of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Williams their daughter, Patricia DIanne K.L.V.F.D. ,AUX. Mrs. R.V. Turner. AssistingIn
Starke," held a benefit Fashion announce the marriage of their Scene Of Party to Richard L. Williams, son of Miss Marilyn Bollinger of serving were Mrs. Neil Joy.

Show Tuesday evening of last daughter, Brenda Dail, to E3 For MatthewsMiss Mr. and Mrs.Mack L.Williams Samford University; Birmingham The Kingsley Lake Volunteer ner, Mrs.C.H. Nasworthy,Mrs.
week In the club house. Paul Wayne Black, son of Mr. Betsy Maid of Cotton Gayle Thorn- The wedding took place on Nov. Ala. spent the holiday Fire Department Auxiliary will Lily Bridges, and Misses Debra
Models were Misses Carol and Mrs. Robert L. Black of ton is ready for Decemberweather 20 In Cairo, Ga. weekend with her brotherinlaw meet Monday Dec. 7. at 7:30: Prevatt, Donna Prevatt and
and Ellen Bloodworth, Connie Lake Butler. Betsy Matthews fiancee In her contemporary max! Mrs. Adkinson is attending ana sister, Mr. and Mrs. pjn. at the fire station at Kay Turner.
Chasteen, Linda Haas, Gayle The marriage ceremony was of William M. Meng, was hon- coat by Mallory. In natural FSU and Mr. Adkinson will J.E. Douglas, In Louisville, Ky. KIngsley Lake. The hostesses presented corsages -
graduate from Santa Fe Jun-
Hatcher, Becky Jackson, Anne performed on November 23 by cotton canvas, It's leather-
ored at a Coca-Cola party Sat- to the honoree and Mrs.
ior College this month and will ----
Terwlllegar, Kay VallnsM and Vickie Robin Rev. John Strickland in the Pine urday morning given by Mrs. trimmed. Luggage by Skyway. continue his studies at FSU. J.G. Weaver of Jacksonvillewas George Winkler has returned Stephens, and also gave Miss
Turner, Barbara WInk-, Level Baptist Church. Atten- Harry M. Hatcher Jr. at the They will reside in Tallahassee Saturday overnight guestof after undergoing surgery last Reddish a serving piece of her
Warren, and Denise dants were Mr. and Mrs. David home of the latter on East after January 1 1. Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Dowling week In Alachua General Hos- chosen china pattern as a
ker.Tiny Williams, brother and sis Call street. Sr pital. memento of the occasion.
who modeled were .
Tots ter-in-law of the bride. ..
Hatcher Jr. greeted
Marla Ruth Reddish, Melissa
For her marriage the bride guests at the door and presented
Jackson, Heidi Browning and< wore a white wool suit with OPEN
them to the receiving line composed SUNDAY AFTERNOON
attractively matching accessories.The of the bride-elect, her
The stage was
bride graduated from BUS
mother, Mrs. E.L. Matthews,
decorated with a white in 1967 and Is employed at the '
and the groom-elect's mother
basket with green fern and two >,
Community State Bank.
Mrs. Paul Meng.
large wooden floor candlestick
Mr. Black graduated from
Inviting guests to the refresh-
holders that held red candles
BUS In 1969 and Joined the
ment table were Mrs. Carl
entwined with red and
and were ,
U.S. Coast Guard where he
Hurst, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair,and
green holly was stationed at Cape Chris Mrs. S.G. Denmark. Mrs.Drew s !
Mrs. Mona Canova provided tian on Baffin Island, Canada. Reddish served CocaCola.The .
piano selections for the even- After several weeks leave he refreshment table was
Ing and Mrs. Harry M.Hatcher, will be stationed on the U.S. covered with a yellow damask
Jr. was the narrator. Coast Guard cutter Papaw in DEPARtMENT STORES
cloth and centered with an arrangement .
Refreshments were served In Charleston -
S.C. until his discharge
of yellow chry-
the sunroom. The serving table In 1973. He will leave santhemums and dried hydran- iOpen Mon. thru. Thursday -
overlaid with white table- I 9 to 6 P.M.
was a for Charleston on January 3 geas in a wicker basket. -
cloth trimmed In lace. Silver and Mrs. Black will Join him
Inviting guests to the Florida
trays held decorative cookies several weeks later. room and patio were Mrs. IPrL, Sat. 9 to 1 ]P.M.

and Miss Anne Haynes poured On their wedding trip the L.N. Pickering and Mrs. Don O'
|Open Sunday afternoons
Other members of the
punch. couple spent several days at Rardon. Others assisting In i
Little Women's Club who assisted the lake cottage of the bride's y
serving were Misses Carol STRETCH '
In serving were Misses parents at Salt Springs. They Hardy and Gayle Hatcher, Mrs. .. SEAMLESS NYLON ,
Cindy Mitchell, Debbie Spengler are now residing temporarilyat
Charles Darby, Mrs. Charles 54
June Hardy, and Kitty Ha- the home of the bride's par- Hardy, Mrs. L.F. Dlnklns and KNIT' TOPS
zen.Mrs. ents 741 S. Westmoreland St., Mrs. Don Neel. PANTY HOSE
J.D. Warren and Mrs. In Starke. The hostesses presented the yaw ri E'sleee
W.S. Haas are sponsors of the
Little Women's Club. honoree with a corsage and a $2
serving piece to her china.
Clothes worn by the models First Christian One hundred guests called SaleTop

were furnished by Carp's, t-a- Youth Attend between the hours of 11 and 00
gle's, Leila's and Stump's.The 12:30. oil skirts and slacks Our reg. $1 I/\\ j
proceeds of this event State ConventionSeven \w' h our long and short S1.29Sheer
are to be used for the Chris- permanent preU
tmas formal to be held Decem- Parties Given stretch knit tops 111 solids ,
ber 21 at the club house. members of the youth stripes. S-M-L,
For Linda Edwards 4 comfort In our panty CHARGE IT AT CARP'S
group and three adult sponsorsof r i that are knit to lit Nude .1 .. '
hose : : ,,
th Starke First Christian BrideElectMiss M&-Y". :9-
e .
Birthday Party I' heel asst colors, SXTS8BS t .!
Church attended a Statewide STRETCHPANTS = r .

For Tammy Tanner Youth Convention at Cape Ken- FASHION BOOTS
nedy Hilton Inn, Cocoa Beach, Linda Sue Edwards, 1. ,
Nov. 27-28. bride-elect of William Sam Davis -
Little Tammy Tanner cele- The group attended plays pre m, was honored at a miscellaneous ; SPECIAL PURCHASE OUR
brated her third birthday Sun- sented by the Covenant Playersof shower Thursday REG. $8
day afternoon with a party at Los Angeles, and heard out- night, Nov. 12 given by Mrs. .
the home of her grandparents, standing speakers, includingDr. George Childree, Mrs. L.E. $ 6 ; PEGNOIR SETS / tl .
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jackson, Lambert Dolphin, PhD, a Dugger, Mrs. Larry Thompson ., ,
on E. AdUns Street, given by research physicist from Palo Mrs. Joe Forsyth, Mrs. "Ill t I Step ;into fashion,
her mother, Mrs. Oral Tan- Alto, Calif. Charles Beacon, Mrs. Wesley with n selection

ner.The Young people attending the Moody, Mrs. Joe Davis, Mrs. 1 Shift/ length gow ns and matchIng $ 1 t line from of our ladies complete boots
refreshment' table was convention were Mary Frances Orlando Hurtado, Mrs. Robert /1
mil, lounge coats of 100% 0 \ Full inside zipper
nylon 3
covered with a birthday clodssand Goodge, Kathy Faulkner,Sandra Whitehead, Mrs. Tommy and long ,i
centered with'a decora- Tomlinson, Nancy Fullwood\ Holmes, Miss Patsy Holmes, beautiful lace and appli Sale I soles And wearing heels
ted birthday cake. June Thigpen, Ray Daugherty, Miss Janice Padgett, Miss t.!M que'rlmmlngs.' Colors S-M-L I Choice of colors
The 15 youngsters played and Jerry Griffis. Adults accompanying Elaine Cowart and Miss San- I C.......... 5-10 t
games with prizes during the the group were dra Ross. \ I) (,",' ...-11'.". '
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party hours. Mrs. taMer was Mrs. L.L. Fullwood, Mrs. The party was held In the \ ;. '1"01... 'J.!''' .. 9'..,....,.. i
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assisted by Mrs. Roy Jackson. Grace FaulknerandJ.C.Brown Community Club House at the < .. .. ." X42 ,
minister of the church. State Farm where the refresh- t : ,1: a ASSORTED STYLES S 2..0.F'F \ ... ,iI

ment table was covered with a JUMBOfig) ."f Wli ... '".'.-. .
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white lace cloth with garlandsof "
yellow, blue and pink rib- 't 'tJ, a GIRLS SLACKS r. Onanycholcelrom r
PLACE YOUR ORDERS EARLYAT bons. At one end of the table BATH TOWELS/to'" >: "l- !' / r. our stock of ti

was a crystal punch bowl and .
at the other end were two sheet r [GIRLS COAT

cakes decorated In pink. s 1 Our reg,$3.9!* r.
Apprixlmately 55 guests at- Size 22 44HandTowtl. During this 3 day '
tended. Flare leg slacks $ 00 sale, we will knock
The hostesses presented Miss . . 89c + In ribbed stretch 3 $2 off our already t F
Edwards with an electric cof- . . 39c nylon or bonded low priced coats
Wash Clolb and acrylic Pa'ds| in girls sizes 4.6.,
fee pot as a memento of the In Morals. stapes
fir e occasion.On 3l Soft jacquard 8 lIutty patterns.towels 100cotton.Saval Colors.Sizes 7-14 ..........J. 7-14. .x ,I rr

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M Friday, Nov. 20, at 4:30: iHtajafcy* >* '" "'L ':: .
p.m. Miss Edwards was givena -' -*... _. fwl 1 t..
going-away party; by the em- ACCENT .. BOYS S
ployees of the Reception and ; ,

Medical The honoree Center was at Lake given Butler.aper- < RUGS c.p.o. JACKET: ,.j .' >;,a' SPORT SHIRTS I

sonal gift from her coworkersas ; : 'I
SearsIN a memento of the occasion. OUR I I [ C m WHILE OUR

Tallahassee Miss Edwards after will her reside wedding In $1.99 REG.EACH 2 $3 $3 $5 I = I LASTS LIMITED SUPPLY M

which took place Friday, Nov. machine '
24 x 36. I f'J' Perma ,
2, and will be employed by the tr washable, color- I I ll'I Sleeve sport press. long 1\';
Florida Division of Cor- last non-skid back, j most popular shirt or jacket. in solids.
rections. -- 27x48. SS.00 Fine imported wool blend plaids, too stapes :
:,..r- 2 lor tails, long ::.. plaids 8 lanCles: I;'
24 72' .2 lor S7.00 two flap pockets. Boys S-L, ....%"'' 'I I Tapered bOdy, ,
r sizes
mens. S-XL t.
f e is.s" .
Dunlicate BriHP.'e rly "7rr *"; / .,.

Winner!' Named f.-BTliiiAi' iV I1O'T { -- ,

Winners in the annual mem- i-:: .;.;J;: ::... *_ .. .....,,__..... aw.aeaa.. ., ,,:...: ..-.k.<..... ...._..__ : . ; "
bership tournament at Dupli- 'Ji"H;
cate Bridge Tuesday night SPECIAL PURCHASE
where there were six tablesIn
play were: Mrs. George Mil- I SHOES NYLON HOSE SKIRTS
STARKEGifts ler and Mrs. J.D. Odom Jr. s4 2S1'

Mrs.Second Lucille place Davie couple and were G.G. Our reg. S4.88-54.99. . . . . Enkasheer! . . . . . Reg, 4.99. . . . . Z .for S ,

Wrens hall; third, Mrs. Harry f!1 LADIES LADIES
Mooty and Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw; BOXER
fourth, Curtis Sanders and Jim r DRESS PANTIES JEANS
Curington.The HOES. I

: be held quarterly next Tuesday tournament night with will Our reg. IOS7.99. $5 Our reg. 3 for St.25. . . . 351for Our Reg $1.19 $ 1 :,

play starting at 7:30 p.m. in .


._. -. .., BOYS JACKETS Knee-Hi Socks PANTS
'' .. O sOur
';' $388 1

.Q X7. ))9 Value 69o79c , . . Mm 'for | 3 $
FOR THE .@9 J .f J.f : Wedding HeldMiss reg. reg. 39c . . . 'for 1

Shirlene Gail Lyons and
Ralford, were united In marriage $
on Tuesday, Nov. 24 at Zfes1..3tersl 1 Sizes 8.l\I.I..XL
8 p.m. in the Oak Grove Baptist age value ourr.g.69c. ''or :1.99: Value s'
Church with Rev. William
218 N. TEMPLE AVE. Attending the couple were. OR NYLON WINTER
Mrs. Sandra Cowart of Lake SWEATERS
PHONE 964.6848 City and Ray Sandal, brotherof s SHIRTSOur s GIRLS JACKETS
the bride. 8 2 3
Ourreg.S9.99 'for S
Miter a wedding trip to Sliver ""'}..'\.' ""' .Jf' < '''''1. _,..reg..,_.S1.99-S2.50_... A''''-Sizes 4.6X;.7.14- . . .-. I OFF
LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATEDBY Springs and Six Gun Terri-
tory the couple is residing in
FRED BARKER Ralford where Mr. McKeag Is
employed as medical technicianwith
the Florida State Prison. r

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Mrs. Lucile Davis of Gainesville -' Mr. and Mrs. W.N. Barry Mr. and Mrs. John Adamsof .
spent the first of the Sr. and W.N. Barry Jr. of Athens Ga. spent the week- I
Davis. end with Dr. and Mrs. H.H. I I Ii
week with Mrs. E.M. Newberry were Thanksgiving STARKE
guests of Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Adams.
l [ Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Barry.
$111I now Tampa were visiting Mrs. O.L. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barn-
Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kin- Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Bruns Hart of Miami and Mr. and
caid over the weekend. wick Ga. was last Tuesday Mrs. Jack Carter and son of i Chrysler-Plymouth \I II
overnight guest of Dr. and Mrs. Lake City; were Thanksgiving
Mrs. W.B. Sewell. who has H.H. Adams Miss Janice Vic guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.G.
been visiting In Frostproof Is kers of New York Clty; wasa Loudon Jr.

CANDY STRIPERS> I J.R. Bullington !is recuper- the guest of Mrs. L.D. Vlnlng guest of Mr. and Mrs. John
for several days. Watson m.Vincent Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barn-
ating at home after surgery
) last week in Alachua General hart of Miami, Mrs. A.G. Lou- I Coming i iI
The Candy Stripers are hav- Hospital.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spengler St. John !is spending don Jr. and son, Sonny, and
ing a bake sale Dec. 21 startIng .- of Stone Mountain, Ga.were several weeks with relatives in Mrs. Jimmy Green spent Fri-
at 9:30: a.m. in front of Sunday guests of IX Col. and Bradenton. day to Sunday in New Orleans.Mr. .
Stan's Bootery and Winn-Dixie. and Mrs. George Roberts Mrs. V.J. Spongier
The club will also enter afloat Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and and Mrs. Bill Costelloand I Through fbr
Charles and families Mrs. Olive Gregory and Ed- family have returned from
in the Christmas parade Mr. and Mrs. John E. Rule Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Dukes
Gat- ward Schwab Jr. of GaInesville Charleston, W, Va. where they
the weekend in
Dec. 12 and will meet every i of Klngman, Kas. announce the spent long were in Atlanta Ga. over the
Monday and Saturday to workon llnburg Tenn. weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. spent Wednesday to Sun- visited Mrs. Costello's mother
John Douglas,on
birth of a son,
day at Merritt Island with Mr. who is seriously 111 In Charleston -
the float.Members. Brookins. Joinedby
Nov. 17. Maternal grandparents, Ray were I
and Mrs. Edward Schwab Sr. Memorial Hospital.Mr. You With
are reminded they are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Michael 0'- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ed-
must maintain a C average Brian and Mr. and Mrs. Johz wards of Meridian, Miss. and Mrs. Joe Hill of O-
Whelchel and families of Miami Mr. and Mrs. George FlynnSr.
in school to remain a Candy Richard
Bradford County; Hospital announces cala and Mr. and Mrs.
visiting their parents Mr. were Thanksgiving guestsof
the following : Dennis of Jacksonville were
and Mrs. T.H. Slade duringthe E.J. Dowling Jr. of Wilmington Mr. and Mrs. DuPont Mur- Ii
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Michael Thanksgiving guests of their i
Weeks Melrose a son, Joseph long weekend.Mr. Dela. spent last Tuesday phey in Gainesville.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.C. PreChristmasNew i
Mrs. J.S. Sapp and family Michael Weeks Jr., Nov. 25. to Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Edwards.Mr. .
had as guests during the weekend -, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lee McCauley and Mrs. M.H. Shep- Duwling Sr. Joining the famll and Mrs. H.C. Wimberly .. . ,, .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Starke a daughter pard of Brunswick, Ga. were on Thanksgiving were Mr. and of Eagle Lake were weekend and Mrs. R.W. Underlll ? w' .y << .
Ray and son of Nashville.Tenn., Linda Susan} Nov. 25. last Friday visitors of Mrs. Mrs. Gene Long and daughter guests of Mrs. Nelson Green of Indlatlantlc and Mr.and Mrs. 's ''t I.eml
Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin Kate Sheppard. Helen, and Mrs. W.E. Dowling and family. J.S. Walker of Fort Lauderdaleand SPI" lIS" I
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sanford, Starke, a son, James and family. families spent the weekend i' ;
Warren of Waycross Ga. ant Earl Nov. 29. Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Parker with their parents, Mr.and Mrs. ,, i
Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Reyes oi llne spent the long weekendIn M.E. Coker of Jacksonvillewas and son of Atlanta were Friday J.H. Moncrief.Mr. .
Jacksonville. Miami. While there they Thanksgiving[ day guest of evening guests of Mr. and Mrs.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin. Kenneth Grader and Mrs. Tullie Norman ON i
Mr. and Mrs. David Canova Mr and Mrs.LaRue Williams Mussollne. have had as visitors B.J. Eg- .
spent the weekend with Mr.' of Ormond Beach Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Thomas} gers of Jacksonville over the
and Mrs. Lynwood Walters in Wilbur Waters of Pensacola Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy New- Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin were Thanksgiving guests of weekend and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Wake Forest, N.C. and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody man and family were visitingher and Cheryl of Arcadia Mr. and Mrs. James McNeely Taylor and daughter of I I
and Mrs. F.F. Flume of Starke parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy were Niedneeday to Sun In Lakeland.Mr. Raiford on Sunday.Mr. 1970PLYMOUTHS
Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr. were Thanksgiving guests of Clemons. from Wednesday to day guests of Mrs. Eve Bald-
spent the weekend in MIamL Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson. Sunday. win, Mr. and Mrs. Harold God- and Mrs. Kenneth Grader and Mrs.Mrs.Gerald Eldon Norman Sapp .
and daughters visited Mr. and
win, and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie
and Mr. and Mrs. Ru-
Shaller. Mrs. R.V. Douville !in Orange
Park last Thursday afternoon. dolph Sapp and children and
PEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON! Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman :
Mrs. Clinton Buff Mrs.Max- Thanksgiving guests of
ie Carter Sr., Mrs.C.R.White- Miss Sue Morris of Hollywood were
and Mrs. B.J. Eggers :
HUU HHUUUUt head and Mrs. Dixon Thomas spent the weekend with her -
Jacksonville.Sen. .
mother Mrs. Eunice Morris.
attended the 80th birthday tea -
t for their aunt, Mrs. C.M. Hud- and Mrs. Charley Johns : 1970 Si
IDEAL CHRISTMAS Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe
son, in Jacksonville Saturday were In Orlando Wednesday to .

/ GIFTS I Shop smart IhU eueon, afternoon. week returned from Wednesday ten days vacation of last James Saturday Cash visiting and family.Mr. Mr. and. Mrs. i Plymouth Duster Coupe i

\ give 1 it quality\ gin In Tennessee and Georgia.
that coil,you lets: f: Sgt. Paul L. Miller of Home- and Mrs.Charles Godfreyand 3
l SHOP CARPSI stead AFB spent Thanksgiving Gordon Sulllns and Mrs. Bob family of Aiken S.C. were i This Car has everything, PS, Air
weekend with his parents Mr. Farrlor of Brooksvllle spent here over the weekend visiting
I: and Mrs. Larry Miller and the weekend with Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Tyler Jones and also Mr. : Cond., VS Eng., Auto. Trans. and !

m family.Mr. Ralph! Diggs. Jones Luke's ,who hospital Is a patient in St. : all.the. Chrome trim and decor :

and Mrs. David Hodges Milton Hostler Sr. of York and children : packages you can get. The color
Sgt. Jerry -
with spent hl8brother-In-lBwendsl8-Thanksgiving in Orlando and Pa. is daughter visiting his Mr.son-in-law and Mrs. of Fort Walton Reach were is soft yellow & black interior I.
'I Mr. and Mrs. Ewell
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter McPherson visiting
ter John Shanbarber and grand-
Lawson Friday and Saturday.Mrs. .
it I 'I They were accom- daughter and family Mr. and CHRISTMAS SPECIAL SAVE
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mrs. Duane Mltzel. Josephine Marsh of Cincinnati. I
1 Hodges and Mrs. Linnie Ohio and Miss Edith .
1 I r Mann of Macclenny.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Hat Herres of Belief on talno, Ohio : 1970 Ii
cher and daughter, Susan, of are visiting their brother and
and Mrs. Al H. Harley Maitland and Miss Doris Ann sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i Roadrunner i ii
I: and family of Merritt Island Hatcher of LaGrange College Herb Herres, for a week. Coupe
spent Thursday and Friday with Ga. spent the Thanksgiving holidays -
GENERAL ELECTRIC SLICE TOASTERGENERALELECTRICPERCULATOR their parents, Mr. and Mrs. with Col. and Mrs. HarryM. and and) Mrs.of Jacksonville Dewayne McRae spent i PS., PB., Air Cond., Auto trans., ;
Barney McRae and Mrs. Lon-
nie Harley.Dr. Hatcher Jr. Wednesday to Friday with Mr. : light package You should see this !
and Mrs. George Muggins.

.REGAL 7 PC. TEFLON II AVACADO OR GOLD = Barney McRae and sons John Mr. and and children Mrs. Richard spent last St. Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs. i Fantastic Red Baby before you ,:

COOKWARE of Lake City; were Sunday guests Saturday in St. Augustine with Ella Moody were In Ocala i buy! :
DAZEY CAN OPENER/KNIFE SHARPENER of the senior McRaes.Dr. other members of the St. John Thursday and Friday visiting s
family for a Thanksgiving dInner Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Crawfordand : ,. SAVE SAVE i

45 PC. MELAMINE DINNERWARE SET A.J. Barry attended a at the home,, of, Mr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. .
,, pediatric seminar in Gainesville Mrs. Perry Gill ,and., children.Mr. L.W, Strickland. 9
Friday and Saturday, We also have :
I Tom Pitch of the University;
and Mrs. David Christopher :
Misses Baldwin ant' and of Virginia and Miss
Ginger daughters Fitzgerald -
.,.IA.. i Mary Alice Sanders of Tlfi Ga. spent the weekend with Emory University; were home With Less Equipment :

College spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. for the weekend.Mr. : :
Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. and Mrs. C.S. Haddockand
Local admittances to Bradford daughter, Mrs. J.B. Tal- i 1970 !
THIS Mr. and Mrs. James Hurst County Hospital this week ley HI of Gainesville visited[
SALE and family of Frostproof were Include: Miss Betty Morgan, Mrs. Haddock's mother Mrs Satelite
THURS. f: weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Sharon Gaines Howard Stella Griffin In Jacksonville i Wagon !

Carl Hurst and family.Mr. Crews Mrs. Elmlney Smith Sunday on her 85th birthday.Mr. .
FRI. AND f: Mrs. Irene Brooks, Dennis : :
SAT. and Mrs. Petor Wil- VS, PS., PB., Air Cond., chrome
Griffls, Mrs. Inez Faulk, William
and Mrs. Nate Dyal and -
f: Mr. and Mrs. Pat Casey of C. Lowell Randal Mc- kinson have Ronald had as Patray guests Mr.and all over and a beautiful car in !
Fort Myers spent the week- Gee, Mrs. Mora Klondes Mrs.i and Mrs. Wed-
Ala. :
end at Whlttier N.C. Nettle Kirkland and Mrs. Alice family of Huntsville every way :
and .
Steyer. Starke Roland Simons nesday to Monday .
STEAM DRY IRON Yawn of University and Marlene ; Lake Mrs. Gene Patray and familyof
Terry the Gardner
Statesboro, Ga. last Wednesday I SAVE BIG ON THIS ONE !
; of West Florida was home Geneva; Mrs. Ilva Rupp, Key-
OE easier makes with" 'features ironing/ 64 for the weekend. Judge and stone Heights; John Meng and Thursday. Thanksgiving and- .
." uch as 25 steam. (112 Mrs. T.A. Yawn also had as Hampton; Mrs. Lottie Mae guests were Dry : :
.vents water. window, thanksgiving guest Miss Carol Jones, Brooker; Charlie Bur- Mrs. Arthur Patray, and 1970 .
t morel' tanser of Gainesville.Mrs. nett Belford; and Mrs. Elsie Mrs. J.W. Patray, Mr. and .
r Mumma, Melrose. Mrs. James M. Gassett and Belvedere
-' L.D. Vlnlng was a guestof families, and Keith Patray.Mr.
_! :+ .. ----- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ric-
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Vlnlng and Mrs. Robert Green
In Palatka from Wednesday to hard St. John over the Thanks- spent the weekend with Mr. i V8, Auto trans, PS., Radio, WS- :

S1188 Sunday giving holidays were Mrs. V.S. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and family : W tires> and wheel covers. Solid !
St. John, of Palmetto; Mr. and in Sanford.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart- Mrs. Stephen St.John and children Blue
:!; World IMpel Nllingl' .... : paint. A wonderful car. i iI
r // Owes ul. ran. 20 ....... ., zell] of Fern Park spent Thanks Bradenton; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Landis
haaleerdloa' ,.'- rMI giving with her father F.E. Chris Palmas of Fort Lauder- of Jacksonville were Saturday
/* Bellinger, and Dr. and Mrs. dale; and Mrs Eleanor Pal- visitors[ of Rev. and Mrs. John I SAVE SAVE I
REALTONE AM-FM ry'?., H.G. Bellinger. mas and children, of Kathleen. Flynn

PORTABLE RADIO ..._ 4f.% 1 Robert Leo Cooper Starke, = 1970 -
7' :, Mrs. J.T. Lawson underwent SA Thomas Talley of the Navy :
has been initiated Into Tau Beta
Operates on batteries '; surgery Monday In St.Vincent's Pi, national engineering honor Reserve Radio Commission Satelite
or house current $ 88 Hospital, Jacksonville.Mrs. School, Bainbridge, Md. grad- i Coupe I
(114 Auburn
m society, University.
Solid Hale' buill in ; uated Nov. 25 In the top ten of
antenna c Initiates selected from the
Lucian Johns Jr. and are his class. lie Is now takinga Fully Loaded for Your
one-eighth of Juniors
.z. son, Carlton, and Raymond La- upper or two weeks cryptographic Enjoy- ;
the one-fifth of seniors
bachle of Jacksonville Mr. and upper mentl.CHRISTMAS!.
BAND WORLDWIDE In Auburn's School of Engineering course In Bainbridge after : .
DELUXE MAGNUS Mrs. Marie Carter Jr. and which he will be home on ten
[ based their academic
PORTABLE RADIO AC-DC and Mrs. Martha Spen-
cer were Thanksgiving guests records. i SAVE j i iZ I
Operates house current on batteneaor ran $ ELECTRIC ORGAN of Mr. and Mrs. Diode Car- ..
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built-in AM/FM/SW/Aif/.. AC line cord 2171, ter Sr. Z 1970 :

Police Play musicIn Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Bartlett
minutes and Mrs. Johnny Barrett had Satelite 4-Door
GRUENBENRUS without lessons! as guests during the weekend I
Mr. and Mrs. James Stroudof r
n ;' a + WALTHAM HELBROS WATCHES OR Virginia Beach, Va., Mr. i VS. Auto trans., radio. Soft tan

jH 81 SALE and of Mrs.Frostproof A.M.Smith and and Mr.daughter and- 1k Z color. This is a true family sedan I
4 '
models styles
a z.n" S19 Mrs. Lester Irons of Wllllng- and
q e in Menee Ladies' : you can
17,ie..el.movements boro, N.J. They also visited

So easy to play a child can learn! Pro- Mr. Barrett In the Gainesville I SAVE I
duces magnificent sounds with 12 chord expected Medical return Mr. Barrett from the Is ON THIS ONE
GE AMFMCLOCK buttons A 37 treble keys Complete' ensemble -
Includes music rack matching hospital today.
RADIO "' ... bench and 3 books ALSO i ii
Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Andrewsof
Wa.e to muuel Lake Butler were Thanksgiving :
i A Complete Line of Chrysler' Parts
slat guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J N.B. Rosier. Stores Open Wednesday JFWs/ ; And Expert Technicians to Service I

i .
Christmas Parade Set Dec. 12 What We Sell i


COUNTY TELEGRAPH I II I Stark stores will be open a.m. Saturday Dec. 12.
Brian Hamilton, parade
Mtg Published every Thursday' : on Wednesday I December for afternoons the convenience during chairman, urges all clubs, STARKE

at 138 W. Call Street I of Christmas shoppers churches, civic groups, other
Starke, Florida 32091 I Brian Hamilton, chairman of orranlzation.,' and buslneiMs
who plan to enter units In the
the Merchants
Division of the
Second claw postage paidat Chamber of Commerce announced parade0\ contact him at i Chrysler-Plymouth
Siarke. Florida today. The additional Stump's Store, phone, 964-5423,
shopping hours will start Wednesday by Saturday Dec. 5, so that S
6 PC. REALTONE STEREO CENTER Subscription: Rate: Dec. d. arrangements can be com- A CHRYSLER
la trade area: $3.00 per The annual Christmas hpleled.. AUTHORIZED DEALERS "
4 SPEED TURNTABLE yen; 1J.7S tI1z month. sponsored by the
SPEAKERS- "TRACK 5ToEO TAPE PLAYER- in their >910-contrlbution\ help.

,. -.WITH.. COUER. .- ....-STEI'EOPHONlC. ', HEADPHONE SET. ., t'. .< ., Oulilde trade area! $3.50 Commerce Bradford County, will be Chamber held at 10 of pay' for candy and other parade i U. S. 301 North Phone 964-6600
-=: I! 'f .B' II per year; $3.00 tlx month expenses. I
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Dec. 3, 1970 .- Telegraph .. 1'3\lC\ 3

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I Vet NewsThe Standard Uf Third Route Dove Season To Reopen Dec. 19
? ', PARADE SET DEC. 12THLike Living -
at >13 noon Saturday, Deo. 19,
N : : Rises In Bradford Will Speed Game Hunter&Fresh are Water reminded Fish by Commission the and continue with afternoon

r jfh.j-l; ;: ; continuous back Into flow civilian of servicemen lift Mail Delivery that the..condpha..or shooting Dally Mg through limit toramlgritory
hunting, season
the migratory dove
Is resulting In a proportion judging from the number of recent years by most sundown Sunday mourning dove !It 18 per day,
closed at
high-priced household accessories families. Earlier the possession limit is 38.
null and
delivery for -
nately growing need for patrons
space Nov. The will reopen
29. season
that Bradford County There has been a marked Increase -
rural is in
In veterans on routes
i Save For? i pointing out that approximately families have been acquiring also, in the numberof prospect with the addition ofa
> families with television sets. ,
30.000 veterans return In the last few years, living: third route from the :btarKe -- -
.. .' to Florida each year M.T. DIxon standards are on the rise lo- Approximately 92.0 per cent ce, effective last Sat- Serving Florida
of households in this
bally. area now New
. director of the Division Since 1950
Almost one-fourth of tr* have one or more TV's, as ,
i o<. V.eterans.Affairs says lt Postmaster T.C. Hazen Jr.
: I 1 families compared with 76.1 cent N
county's are owners per
Is said the route added
understandably necessarythat : new was -
of two automobiles at In 1960. Sixty-eight per cent Service. 3ne.
or more
. e" certain' rules of eligibility to relieve the overburdenon t oridct i greeting ,
of Bradford homes
. the are now
present time as compared
. t be observed regarding admlsstoft Routes 1 and 2 which had i 4 4r"90"oa .. .. ....
with .
"I with 17.3 In this class In 1960. equipped washing machines too in 'a't"' .T'ef' .i'iV"9 YI
. V large :
to A hospitals. The first grown recentyearsto '
the Department of Com
. Purchases of electric dlsh- i
be worked within the allot-
requirement of course Is, the ,
. revealed.
washers, air conditioners, merce survey
/ ted
. applicant be a veteran with a
? from stereophonic equipment, and The new route will be 69.6 Cordially
discharge the military Airs.\ Carolyn
other expensive: equipment have
! I under conditions other then dishonorable" These figures relate only to miles in length and will serve EavesRepresentative '
climbed since '
steadily "I
1969. outright ownership. Actually 209 boxes. (Uazen; said it will I Welcomes+
the of families with be classified as an auxiliary ,a
: ,i The Increase In such purchases proportion route and will be handled by Ph. 964-5S12 You and Your
machines available to
Admittance to a VA hospitalis Is directly attribute to washing substitute
S : handled on a priority basis. Income gains chalked up IT them is greater than that because Morris Overstreet Atpresent the main, 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your
rental units Ilome
Veterans needing hospitalization many now Starke New
} carrier Hazen said.
. : have such equipment
because of Injuries
. or Route 3 will Include boxes
. disease Incurred In service the veteran may have Us owr on Edwards Road, U.S. 301
o .. have top priority for admission. physician fUa the proper forms The survey which presents South, Sampson City, Theres- The State of> Florida ,
: Veterans In this category for admission to the VA data national and
: on a regional sa. Carl Johns Road. Uncoil)
. must be provided ho.pltal.pace hospital. basis, also shows an Increase Cltx, and portions of East ]It Is, Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
S t ; and In the event that such space There are four VA hospitals in the proportion of Hampton Crystal and Bedford To Aqunlnt You With Your City.If .
. .... Is not available In a VA hospital In Florida, located In Miami, families with clothes dryers Lakes, and State Road 100 South.
: : the veteran will be placedIn Bay Pines St. Petersburg), hi-fl .sets and freezer units. Route 1, which had grown to in the area, a phone Ir
a private hospital at govern Gainesville and Lake City and Home onwershlp has also been 102.25 miles in length with you are new
: i iNot ment expense until space becomes a domiciliary at Bay Pines. on the rise. 576 boxes was cut back to call will bring you a prompt visit
: available In a VA hospital. Veterans needing Information 65.4 miles, with 415 boxes.
. J iI and assistance regarding VA All of this increase in the Route 2. which was 112.75 from .our local hostess. Please give
: I hospltallzation should contact standard of living has been made miles long with 492 boxes
. w4' The second group dis- their local County Veterans possible by Incomes that have was trimmed to 79,5 miles, her a call! She has maps and many
r Includes veterans who are Service Officer the Veterans gone up sufficiently, after absorbing with 407 boxes.
i ''R'r 1 t1,. : charged or retired for disability Administration or M.T. Dlxon the: Increase in living Bill McRae is the carrieron free and wonderful gifts for you
ti Incurred In- service
.. .J2 who receiving or- Post Office Box 1437 St.. costs provide the extra lux. Route 1, and T.F. Howell from )local) businesses.What .
.:" are compensation Petersburg Florida. arias carries Route 2.
.. .... 1r '_ _.4J or would be eligible to

: a rainy day certainty. They went out with rumble seats- : for receive compensation of retirement except
receipt pay
. everybody know that. And as for saving for a home somedaywho f who need treatment for some
: nerds it? There's a whole wide world out there right? And j ailment not connected with their

. it's yours just Jar the asking. Of/ course, you could save for : service Veterans this cate-
: starting J"mily-but that's way in the future. If there even j gory, will be admitted as beds

. is a /future, right? So, like-why save?. You're young and : are available. does
: free. And it will/ never rain. Sure. A third priority group covers Terwillegar'sFord
. the veterans with service, dur-
: we happen to think that there are reasons : ing any war Including Korea.
. Vietnam, Post Korean Conflict -
. for saving .Like !someone might not always who were not dischargedor

.: be taking care of you you may have .: who retired applied for for disability treatment and of Team do for ?

. .
a non-service connected disability. you
.. to take care of your self some day Some Day .. ; A veteran falling under

: this category will be admitted
: Soon!
to a VA hospital If he meets

i First Federal Savings the 1) following Hospltallzation conditions>Is deemed: Plenty !

! And Loan Association : necessary 2) He states under oath he Is
financially to defray the
: OF STARKE costs of hospital charges else-

where.3) If space is available We didn't build the car. But we built the team that stands behind it and saves you money.With .

i 395 W. Madison St. 964-5000 i

Any veteran requiring emer-
. Our Hours: gency medical treatment (to

: Mon. thru Thurs.-9 a.m. to 3 P.m. : save life or limb) should be
. taken direct to the nearest VA
. Friday-9 a.m. to 5:30: p.m.
hospital. In non-emergent cases
: Closed Saturday & the veteran or a relative

$........................................*> acting on his behalf may file r r ,
application for hospital care or

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A Uat at hints has ton U4 "With advance study of the'' "But this may not allow much will be taken from them. I
sued by the Highway Patrol Florida Driver'. Handbook,and time for correction of medical "Second, he should rememberthat '
to help tile million Florida drUr eyesight will cause most
upgrading of sight or hearing, problems such as bad eyesight
.rs nho hoe rt-sxamlntttoi: U needed nearly every. driver and if a driver is scheduled of the njecttons. Possibly one- j ..
the drivers need Im "
whoa rwmtwinz their drivel can: pass on his first trial for n-tasttng any time in 1971 ved ,
meet the stan
licenses In IIrn.Scbedulecl sight to I
and not have to come back he may want to start preparations pro
fornwtMtiiiK nextyear : now.' dard. Therefore, if In his Judgment : I
are driven born In odd- again.Re-examinations will include "First; he should obtain a the driver thinks his sight, 1
number :yean whose names taste of eyes and hearing and I free Florida Driver's Handbook needs improving be may wish
begin with letters A through a lO-question test of the driv from any Driver Licenses Ex. to go to an eye specialist. : ,
M. The re-testing will beglq er's recognition of road signs. amining Office Highway Patrol He should allow plenty; of time
January L No road test will be given Station or most city; police stations for the eye specialist to check Thla Christmas) why not r fi
"We are determined to keep but some\ drivers may be askedto ." the state official said. his eyes: and make corrections. I '
the Inconvenience: to a mini- come back later to demon- "He should study the entire The eye specialists are cooperating give the entire family that
mum, while making certain that handbook for it is full of Information with the Departmentin Florida Room Den ; W
standards safe-"Iii Davis add- new or
the as set by the on road rules and this program I -
Legislature are met by those the month before a dri- traffic safety; that all of us ed. that new Carport you've ,
tested" said Executive Direc- ver U due for re-checking he need to review. But he should "Finally if he cannot hear
tor Ralph Davis of the Department will receive an official Reexamination study especially the pages on conversation spoken In normal needed for so long.
of Highway Safety; and Notice through the road markings and traffic control tones the driver may wishto
Motor Vehicles. mall." said Davis. devices for the questions consult an ear specialist
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- Let Us Give Lood Ideas
denied on deafness alone unless You Gift -
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rected his license would be For Father Mother Son Daughter'
restricted to an outside rear- ,
Chri t view mirror on the car or use
t stmasrlrt rf a hearing aid Just as he

fJ": :Moose He urged" Davis each added.driver to go We have low, low prices on Building materials every month in the year,

t Gift Ideas : A t tt for practical re-examination afer receiving as soon the Re-sat but this December we are making: aspecial effort to bring you savings'*'''''

examination Notice but before that will make it possible far you to have the home improvements you

t t.t his birthday in any time case.for This him need. rJ
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to correct any causes of re- N ,, -

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iA4 driving permit when good clipped: for 60 to hiss Many Girt Items To Select. From h .,
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t old expire license.he will Before have the received 60 days

his new license through the 1..
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t "Since the Re-examination PEEL AND '!STIK ;
Notice and license will be
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mailed It is essential for each, I FLINTKOTEFLOOe !:
t PARAKEETS HAMSTERS t driver to send his correct new
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t ';,7'ti: The re-examination will cost '
TURTLES MICE $3. In addition, the regular 29CsQuarefoot II'IIII' !

A Q- t for operator's a total of license$6 the will chauffeur be $3 Socket Wrench Sets MessIIUIII!
PLUS A COMPLETE LINE OF. license an additional $5 for a No Fuss No i

ANIMAL NEEDS total of$8. Just Peel l and, Stick
\ In drivers to be re- I *
1972 "
t ''USE' OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN I II tested numbered are those born whose in even-last Flash Lights Hurry While Supply You Name I

I Complete-Line'Of Tropical Fish And Aquatic Plants tt t names through begin M; 1973 with odd letters years N A c M Heaters Lasts. It! iJWUWJwLWLrLJwLrUWuW i

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r For Parade Entries PolicemenAre (Coned on Pff. 8) Nov-22-29 ( Con't on Pg. 8 ) Observe M-Night- Dec. 1

garbage collection crew, who Twenty-two; deer were killed of-way urging their auppdLV The New River Baptist Association associations.
Deadline to enter the annual $15 will be awarded to three turned In the alarm. The Starke In the Camp Blending Wildlife Myers reported a recent conversation along with the other The New River Baptist Association -
Christmas Parade is Monday, winners in the religious theme HiredTwo Fire Department answered the Management Area during the with a Mr. Kern 46 associations that comprisethe is made up of 19
Dec. 7, according to Brian Hamilton grouping and prizes of$25 and call, but was unable to save week, Nov. 22-29. Other game executive vice-president of the Florida Baptist Convention churches and one mission located -
chairman of die Retail $15 In the commercial theme the house. taken Included 33 quail 267 US-301 Hi-Way Association, will observe "M" Night on in, Clay Bradford and
new policemen and one Cause of the fire Is undeter- cat squirrel, 19 fox squirrel, who suggested a concurrentap-
Merchants Division, spon- grouping. Monday, Dec. 7. The "M"stands Union Counties. These chur-
former officer have been hired mined, but Investigating officers
and one duck. Hunters check- proach of having State Senator
sors of the Yule observance.The Entries will be Judged on for mobilization. The ches have a total membership
by the Starke Police believe It started In the
Department Ing Into the area during the Bob Saunders chair a meetingof
parade is scheduled for theme, originality; appearance, 1,445 churches In the 47 associations of approximately 4,000. About
to bedroom and could have been
replace two leaving week totaled 3,968. all county, city, and cham-
9:30: a.m. Saturday Dec. 12. artistic qualities, and educational for of the Florida Baptist one-fourth of this total mem-
from defective froma
highway patrol and to wiring or
value. Deadline for ber officials bordering the 301 Convention will be mobilizing bership Is enrolled In the
All entries are asked to assemble competition enable the force Total game taken at Bland- -
at 9:30: a.m. on the Judging Isone-halfhour 40-hour work go on a fireplace.A coroner's Jury was em- Ing since the season openedon right-of-way to unify action in their Church Training Church Training program In
before the scheduled November 198 attaining the objective four- for action. The these churches.
south side of the Bradford High parade paneled and viewed the body 14 Includes: departments
(Adldns time the date of the 98 1071 cat Inning the road from Baldwinto meetings will be Informative The New River Association's
football stadium on parade New officers hired by Police and the burned out home. It deer quail squirrel -
Street). Entries must be located Saturday, Dec. 12. Chief Ken Fuqua are will reconvene at 2 p.m. Friday 109 fox squirrel, 53 hogs, could hosted Such In a Starke meeting If and inspirational and will Introduce "M" Night service will be held
in the assembly area AU churches, civic organizations James Rye, 25, formerly of to render Its verdict.Container and one duck. Hunters checked the Board of Gov the Church Training at the First Baptist Church of
to i.. Judged. scouts, schools, and Grandin and a former em- Into the area totaled 16,678 approved. by program for 1971. More than Starke on Monday, Dec. 7, at
Entries will be accepted until local businesses have been invited ployee of the Palatka Dally during the period, Nov. 14-29. ernors.A of 20,000 Florida Baptists are expected 7:15 p.m. A record attendanceof
5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7, al to participate. Interested News, and Merwln Jackson 21, Is also new needed supply, Myers city told maps the to attend "M" Night more than 500 Is expectedby

the Chamber of Commerce of Individuals and organizations recently discharged from the committee. The Committee services In their respective the Rev. Lawrence Carroll,
flee Entry blanks may be obtained are Invited to enter floats,cars, Navy. (Cont'd on Pg. 8 ) paying according to CCA's'admitted to the Board that recommended Asaociattonal Church Training
at the Chamber of Com- horses, bicycles, marching units was made on the 65-66.67 canes -, new values. The flnr the project be undertaken with Director. Special music will
merce or one appearing with and other decorated vehicles Returning to force after sev- In which the county was has paid all Its 1965-66-67 tax be furnished by the youth choir
the Chamber selling advertising
this article may be used. stressing the Christmas eral months absence is Patrol- upheld all the through the es and paid 1968 and 1969 taxet from the First Baptist Churchof
way to In the brochure to
Cash prizes of $50 $25 and theme. man Joe Stavall, 31, who farms Florida Supreme Court. according to the company's ok underwrite go the cost of print- Keystone Heights. The speaker -
..--- -- -------______ when he Isn't enforcing the Yawn said last week Increase values. Ing. for this special occasionis
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law.Stavlll In Container's values does not Container owns five parcels the Rev. T.D. Hall, Executive -
1 Mr. Brian Hamilton and Rye have passedthe alter the county's position. He of land In the City; of Starke r--------------- Director of the James
P. O. Box 1116 200-hour Police Standards will continue to seek The firm paid those taxes In -It's a pity that people can't .Roblson Evangelistis Association. -
Starke, Fla. 32091 I II School In basic law enforce- court ruling for a summary full, Kelly said. The clay's assessments exchange problems. Everyone He Is a dynamic prea-
ment techniques now required Judgment.Tax .. are made by the knows how to solve the other "The dictionary is the only cher with a challenging mes-
I by state law. Jackson is lined Collector J.R. Kelly reported county and are Identical to county feU ow'.: place that 'Success' comes before sage. All New River Baptists
You count on us. We will particpiate in assessments for are urged to hear this great
can up to take the next course offered Wednesday that Contain,, city pro 'Work.
I Christmas Parade I II pert '. --- ------- - preacher.
the annual Bradford County at the Bradford-Union er paid $42,673 In 1970 taxes ;)
to be held Saturday Dec. 12, at 9:30: a.m. Vocational Technical Center, ,
I according to Aast. Chief Bill .. .. uwLrLr
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I I II Chambers.Two -

I -(Name-of-organization- ,-club, -church:-b-sies the city patrolmen force to recently take positions left-

I or individual) I I II with the F'')rlda High-

I I way been Patrol.assigned Calvin duty In Pace Moon hai if Intake a Suggestion ?
Haven with the FHP and Glen
Sapp at Punta Gorda. Both were
termed outstanding officers by
I Chief Chambers
Type of Entry..
I- ------------- --_. The three new policemen
brings 11. The the extra total man city will force enable to Let Me Be Your 'Santa Claus'PUT

FF A Criffla. Janice Johns, andTer- the force to go on the 40-hour
its'McNeal, sophomores, and work week recently budgeted(
Marie Harris, and Mary Pad- for by the Starke City Coun- .
Cotllnuetl from
( Page One)
gett freshmen. THE FAMILY
Jects as the boys-horses,cows, cil.A BOB MILNER fc
pigs, strawberries." One coed third city patrolman maj
Smith ioted, is keeping dallyrecor's soon leave the force for i t UNIRQYA' .
on 15,000 chickens. position with the highway patrol YOUR F- ;r -
according to Chief Chambers. '
and Gwen Starling, seniors; ,
Janice Alvarez, Vicky Anderson cASNM eAL rIREg
Debbie Bobo, Susan Ed aND1iFr, T D'ERY'T/MJ
wards Debbie Green, Viola -- -...... FOR CHRISTMAS M j ,

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Bradford Families Move Info
This Christmas Give Him
Higher Income Brackets

Something He'll Really Enjoy MALLARDS
A full 49.3 per cent of Bradford group ThIs 8.9 per cent in-
0 County households had net crease was greater than the
cash Incomes of$5OOOormore national average of 6.6 per ,
FISHING in the past year after payment cent. In the South Atlantic ; ;44
of personal taxes according to States the Increase was 8.5 ( L
figures released by Sales Man- per cent.
i TACKLE agement, the marketing publi- *=
cation, following a study cover- The report shows just how W_ '\' .
Ing all sections of the countrY. the Bradford County population I .)
Is divided, with respect to the :,
Christmas Special The report showed that may v.\!"''.1'4 Lrome grups. Some $ M Md.d
Bradford families had advanced 27.0 per cent of households
here In the 1 ly
Into and higher Income
new / %>
brackets in recent years.Some. :38,000 bracket, 9.9 per cent
10% Discount who had been at the $5.000 to fall Into the $8,000 to $10,000
I. $8,000 level are now In the croup, land 12.4 per cent are
$8.000 to $10,000 category. "eatl.u higher on the hog"in
Others who were formerly at the $10,000 and above cate- ii
: On All Tackle the "poverty level" of $3,500 gory.
have now progressed into the Offsetting the higher incomes '
however Is a steady rise In ::
Thru December ...$5.000. Three bracket.years ago, Bradford the those cost extra of living dollars which buy makes less .w... fn '1
had only 40.4 per cent of its R -/ i
arid I
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families In the over-$5OOO

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FISHING : Registration for 2nd Trimester will be- : (
: Wigglers. .. Worms. Cricket! TACKLE l Toyland Is now In full swing at l\lallard's 5&10 In Starke and Keystone
: December 1 2 and 3 from 1 :00
en gin : .. ;
Heights. Hundreds of Toy!. Game!', Dolls Tricycles Bicycles too
E art h Worms Shiners S.CACREME : p.m. to 10:00 p.m., and December 4 .: }! \umerous to mention... Also gift! fur every member of the family... Gift '.
: from 8:00 a.m.'to 5:00: p.m at the Brad- : :::: Wrapping Materials... Hurry, while selections are ood.I ;h,

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ti Choose from Largest Array of Shoes ever Shown in Starke .arge Selection ECONOMY
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$ 99 T( $ TO $ .99
: $1099 Imp Baby Shoes, G.7
: Little Folks House Shoes, N NN. .
Acme Cow Boy Boots

B 0 019 to wear and to give Men's-Women's-Children's

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j Put The New Fashion On Your Foot
Saint Nick, him. TIIE PERFECT:
/ set(, would love to From Ladles Dress Boots GIFT; FOIl 81- ers fortable Warm A and practical Com.
Boots TilE !MAN IPp
Cow Boy
step around in a pair Oof F TilE[ ROUSE Lastinst Gift -
Budget Priced
these! They're ChI1drens.- from $5.99 up flub1
great gifts for each Ladies. from $10.99up $2'99
member of the family. TO
Men's from $14.99 up TO
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JEWELRY In benign anti. tlrlln toniHANDBAGS .
COSTUME MaterialBudget $10.95 L ) and $2:1.99: Cape.lrn
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.11111 A. Pj3iilisiim Ralph PearsallServices High and Handsome Cherry Mold CAMPANULA*., RITES

f.t. Layered with Sour Cream Dressing The family.of,the late Dr.
p MARY CARTER PAINTS HeldWednesday M.T. Campaoella ,wish to express
( our sincere heart felt
. . l Florida Gain T thanks to ou;:'many friends
HOLIDAY and relatives during our hour
ll o Ralph Pearsall 67, of of bereavement. It waa com
I, l Hampton died Nov. 23 In>Bradford forting and inspiring to haveso
p e County; Hospital after a many true.friends and relatives
brief Illness. He was born In with words of kindness
: Mio, Mich on March 14, 1903 and sympathy and assistance.
I I 3 House SeatsWASHINGTON and had lived In the Hamptonarea Thank .. E. Campsn-
" t t tc1 since 1934. He was a a ella, hand Mrs. James E.
retired farmer and a Baptist. Watson
ON THESEDECEMBER Surviving are two sons, E-
\ verett and David Pearsall, and
state, the U.S. Census Bureau .four daughters. Arbutus, Mary, CHURCH OF COD
Shifts Helen, and Barbara, all of LAWTEYFLA.
A reported Tuesday. '
of population over the put.10 Texas from the sixth Hampton; two brothers, Adol- Sunday School,'10 a.m. MornIng -
:years will result In six states Jumped phus Pearsall, Tarpon Springs, Worship at 11. Evening Ser..,
SPECIALSs gaining seats In the House ofRepresentatives most populous to the fourth. and Leslie Pearsall,Mlo.Mich. vice, 7 p.m.
Other states and their
and 10 losing rankings Funeral services were held Tuesday Prayer Service, 7
based on preliminary Information at 3 p.m. Wednesday In Crosby p.m.
.ta. gained In the 1970 census: Lake Cemetery with Rev. Melvin Thursday YPE. 7 p.nt.
A preliminary census: count were: Hamel, pastor of the Hamp- Special singing each service..

released Tuesday\ showed the 170 Preliminary 1MO.Final. ton Baptist Church, officiating. _. ,,,, Everyone welcome.
nation's population at between Home -- --
1 California 1 New York DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -Rev. Carl D. Fink, pastor.
W k :tOt million and 209 million and 2 New York 2 California was In charge arrangements. Canned sweet cherries plump and pretty shine from this A'
Indicated California, the largest 3 Penn. 3 Penn. orange-wine gelatin salad. Frozen raspberries and their juice :* *' *
state, win gain five seats In the add color and flavor too. The center layer is a blend of aour
4 Texas 4 Illinois cream and melted marshmallow, a delicious dressing with each The dairy industry: Is faced
Off ?4Ncau4 ONE COATROlEZE House. 9 Illinois 9 Ohio A participant In an fof rno> serving. A shimmering jewel-like salad to crown a luncheon or with the problem of how to
Florida, now the ninth largest 6 Ohio 6 Texas Moral beauty pageant says/ buffet meal.Northweet. dispose of whey. Bow about
AfE C in population, will gain three 7 Michigan 7 Michigan that it i* jut We* a cattle canned sweet cherries, either the dark delicious sending it to the kurdsTPOWELL'S
8Nta. 8 New Jersey 8 New Jersey show Kxerpt that th,.r. te not Binge or the lovely light Royal Annes, make all fruit salads UnJrLflJWuJ
HOUSE PAINT Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut nook. emphasis on good extra: special. Available any tune of year at the market these
9 Florida 9 Massachusetts aa
canned cherries are a cook s delight. They lend themselves wellto MOBILE
and Texas will get one additional 10 Massachusetts 10 Florida brtt&ng. use in cakes, cobblers and pastries as well as salads. It's fun
Rd sL89 PER House seat each because 11 Indiana 11 IndUna to have a can of each on hand, but light and dark canned sweet HOME VILLAGE
'. GALLONGA2h176 of rising population. 12 No. Carolina 12 No. Carolina cherries can be used interchangeably.Cherry .
The House delegation -from 13 Missouri 13 Missouri 40 xD.C. 40 D.C. Jubilee Salad. Large Trailer Parking$
New York displaced by California 14 Virginia 14 41 Hawaii 41 So. Dakota Ib. dark 2
Virginia 1 ((1 ) can or light ((3 oz.) packages orange.
as the most populous] state, 19 Georgia 19 Wisconsin 42 New iIampeb1re 42 Montana sweet cherries flavored gelatin Spaces
will drop from 41 to 39 mem- 16 Wisconsin 16 Georgia 43 Idaho 43 Idaho 1 ((10 oz.) package frozen J4 cup sherry wine LAKE BUTLER
bers. Pennsylvania also will 17 Maryland 17 Tennessee 44 Montana 44 Hawaii raspberries Ih cup lemon juice
f lose two House seats. 18 Tennessee 18 Mhmeaota1I 45 So. Dakota 43 No. Dakota 2 cups cherry syrup and water 10X30 Concrete Patio,
4UU0IN1. ., seat each when the : 48 No.Dakota 48 N. Hampshire Drain cherries and raspberries, reserving syrups. Add waterto
Losing one larales4E!' .:J.L.YIJ I. cherry syrup to make 2 cups. Heat cherry syrup and add Lamp Post, Utility (House,
Santa Says: 93rd Congress Is elected 1972 20 Louisiana 20 LooIaiana 47 Delaware 47 Delaware Stir to dissolve. Remove from heat, add sherry lemon City Water, Sewer Garbage
will be Alabama, Iowa, North 21 Alabama 21 Maryland 48 Nevada 48 Vermont juice and raspberry syrup. Chill till partially set. Fold raspberries Pick-up.
The Old Housea Dakota, Ohio Oklahoma, 22 Washington 22 Kentucky: 49 Vermont 49 Wyoming and cherries into gelatin. Pour one-fourth of gelatin mix-
Give Tennessee, West Virginia and 23 Kentucky 23 Washington 50 Wyoming :SO Nevada ture into mold. Chill until almost set. Add a middle layer of: For Details Call ,
Alaska Alaska 1 miniature marshmallows melted
51 91
new paint Job for "i Wisconsin. 24 Connecticut: 24 Iowa Based estimated 1 cup cup dairy sour cream 496-2261 496-3861
repreeadallan or
The congressional x- on POi>- f
statistics were computed by 25 Iowa 25 Connecticut: latlon. Blend together in double boiler. Cool before pouring into mold. j fi
Christmas! "' 28 So. Carolina 26 So. Carolina Chill until set. Add remaining gelatin mixture. Allow to set i

a by House Rep. Charles subcommittee H. Wilson headed, D- 27 28 Kansas Oklahoma 27 28 Oklahoma Kansas, :. ...._-._.-nn-u____ ...._ _._-...._n__."n.,-several.__-.n.....hours.<1.------------------or overnight before serving. Makes 10 to 12 servings._ ......--.._, _-,__-'n-.n-.._-n__-'_-.._-__--" ,:,.

5 GAL. ASPHALT ALUMINUM Calif.If 29 Colorado 29 l.fltlt'-WI'
the preliminary. figures bold 30 30 West
Mississippi Virginia
ReR'. up, the 16 states whose House 31 Oregon 31 Arkansas The Christmas Look .:k.
NOW $ '"
21.95 Jg95Mary delegations are affected will 32 Arkansas 32 Oregon : ,
have to reapportion their 33 Arizona 33 Colorado
congressional districts to account 34 West Virginia 34 Nebraska '
for the gains or leases 35 Nebraska 39 Arizona Is Waiting For You A t
Carter Paints 36 New Mexico 36 Maine
WASHINGTON California :37 Utah :37 New Mexico L
has displaced New Yorkas 38 Maine 38 Utah .
102. E. Brownlee St, Phone 964-7025?
the nation's most populous 31 Rbodq 11. 39 Rhode Is.

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Grace United Methodist:
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Competition: for two upcoming Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship -
vacancies on the Lawtey City; > services 11 a.m. and 7:30
Council developed before deadline p.m., MYF 6:30 p.m. choir A FINE PORTRAIT FOR YOU
for qualifying: candidate practice Wednesday 6:30: ; BIble ; -
at noon Saturday Nov. 21. study 7:30.
First Baptist: Sunday School
Mrs. Abble H. Massey. LaW- 9:43 a.m., Worship services 11 PHOTOGRAPHED AT OUR STORE A '
tie)' housewife qualified In a.m and 7 pjn., Training urdon e
Group 2, opposing ,Incumbent 6 p.m. Midweek services Wednesday
Chairman Oliver. E. (Gene) 7 p.m.
Pearson who Is seeking re- Church of God: Sunday School ----- ------------ in LIVING COLOR .
election. 10 ajn.. Worship services 11 Mr. Brian Hamilton
a.m. and 7 pjn., YPE Thursday I
P. O. Box 1116
Marvin Rosier and 'SpurgeonSpud
7 p.m. Prayer services FAMILY GROUPS ALSO TAKEN.
( ) Massey qualified for the Wednesday 7 p.m. I Starke Fla. 32091 I II
Group 4 seat now held by incumbent Highland Baptist: Sunday P

not Smith who will School 9:45 a.m., Worship ser- I You can count on us. We will particpiate in IT'S JUST OUR WAY OF SAYING /"**"***' TO OUR
vices II a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer I the annual Bradford County Christmas Paradeto
George Shuford, who had also services Wednesday 7 p.m. MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR KIND SUPPORT.
qualified In Group 4, withdrew followed by choir practice. be held Saturday, Dec. 12, at 9:30 a.m. I

was Ineligible because of his THANKSGIVING
employment at the Florida State LAWTEY FOLK - - - - -
Prison. Mrs. Joyce Futch of Bruns (Name of organization, club church, business, I Ior
Massey had qualified with the wick Ga. spent the holidays at
individual I II
understanding that he would home here and visiting relati- ) II REXALL DRUGS
withdraw later If Shuford could ves Including Mr. and Mrs. I
stay In the race. Carl Moore In Live Oak.
The election will be held Miss Elizabeth Terry Mrs. I Signed I II 127 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
Tuesday. Dec. 8. Joyce Futch and their sisterof
The city's; registration books Tallahassee were dinner I I
will remain open until No- guests of Mrs. C.E. Strick- Type of Entry, One Day Only -- Saturday.DecemberSth 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

vember 28, according to City; land In Gainesville. The four ---------------- ------------- --------- --------------
Clerk Ethel Reddish. About 300 sisters enjoyed the day to-
persons are registered at pre gether. ,
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sent. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. JamesR. ---------------------------
Holdover councilmen are Norman for the day were
Barbara Jordan, Robert Scott his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
and Herbert ;Christensen. Mrs. Earl Harvey, of Seville. qrILLWECHECKED
Charles Shuford continues as Mrs. Nell Wilkinson Mrs. PRICES.
mayor and M.M. Jordan Is Daisy Boch and Lynn were
town marshal. guests at the Grlffls family.
dinner In Ratford.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Duncan
NOTICE TO BIDDERSVO and family spent the day with
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Notice U. hereby. given that his parents, Mr. and Mrs.Dun-
sealed bids will be received can, in Tallahassee.
of by Public the Bradford Instruction.County Foal.Board Office Mr and Mrs. John Tye of AT OUR
Box 939. Mtarke. Florida Cocoa spent the holidays with MONEY
EST. December
until 7:00: p.m.
Mr. and
22. 1070 tor ;the con.truDlion Mrs. J.C. Tye and
of: Pam. Mr. and Mrs.Jason HU- I
Area Phase Vocational III Bradford-Union- Technical Uard, Ronny and Jaye of Jack- L i
Center. Starke. Florida. sonville visited the family on L-
..t which time bide will. be op- Thursday.Mr. THIS WEEK AT YOUR WINN-DIXIE YOU RECEIVE A GIGANTICcustaFSON's
receiveGd after the Lane Carter _
and Mrs.
time will not be maybe of Miami visited Mrs. Lois FANTASTIC:
and specification
examined the ot Carter over the holidays.Mr. FOOD sTO MILK "DEL MONTE SAlE', PLUS EXTRA STAMPS JUST IN TIME FOR
:Don R. Mornan. and Mrs. Paul Dlnk.nsattended :
AlA Cove Poet SprlnK Office Florida Box 987.and Green a.loUnw. the Dinklns family dinner CHRISTMAS. WINN-DIXIE AGAIN LEADS THE WAY TO HELP YOU .:;v:t.

,JtMoclaked. .:1615' Hendlck General Contracto Avenue.- Lee the Cotton home on of East Mr.Lake.and GREEN/1 PLASTIC $109] STRETCH YOUR BUDGET WHILE GIVING YOU THE BEST QUALITY ,11)/11;

J F. W. DorOoarppsn707 About 35 relatives enjoyed this STAMPS GALLON FOODS.
p.i Office Box 8847 ((1511 occasion.
Montana Avenue) Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Futch Quunlity Right" :
Florida 32207 PRICES GOODTHUR.DEC.3.WED DEC.9 WINN, ftlJUt 1TQRM ,INC coon:. ,170
ville.Plan. And Specification Procurement spent the day with his brother-
in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs. .
A. enera' receipt Contractors of 160 Up-.00 D.J. Putney, in Jacksonville ".M' ........ :. ..
on deposit request of and Onrral Contractor. and Mrs. Mamie Futch, who ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE \.5, THRIFTY MAID ASSORTEDsoups LAND SUNSHINE ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENINGCRISCO I uno\".
two .et. of plane and oorlflcotlon. was visiting there, returned (
.and will specification bn forwarded.are re-Itplane with them to her home.
turned In Rood condition within Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews A :{? BUTTER F rj
five days after receipt ; .
bids the full will. b. spent the day with Mr. and f

rerun"n. Rub""ntrlltor. Vendersetc Mrs.In Spencer Jacksonville.Crews and family limit I 1.//,C6.,.W/$7/ 50..M... .."."tic.Cit| "limit' 1O W/J7/ JO or_P.nh...t...Ctg. l.m.lltM.' W50qr'Mor/ ,,Pur h,...l.c Ce., limit-,1.of Choi.W/U.So.r/ Mor*Purchui*. **w*lac.*,....
and specifications -
For plan
to .ubi-ontracor. vendors.. Mr. and Mrs. Isham Davis tf Ii'
etc. the deposit will. be ISO 00 and family and Mr. and Mrs. MAXWIll HOUse ATOO
returned In (tooit condition Wayne Douglas and family of 20. SAVE 55'
within five day after rereiPt Starke were dinner guests of OFF
of 130.00.bids Deposit, the check refund shall will b be* Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Harley.Mr. 70E. 1 a BEAN CHICKEN N'RICE 1 .| ]3 &, 49 :at
mnrte SeparateLShe A.9ev'arnte and Mrs. H.C.Kelly were :. I V .
O. .
op of visiting Mr. and Mrs. P.L. .w.
drawing pages
sheets' for be purchas. Seaber In Jacksonville for the > J rJ "I :!J
soeclflcatlon mav .:
... :: '
from the Architect follows 69 I
'S"Drawings> (no( refund: II.00): per *heet.Specification. day.Mrs.. Vain Rosier of Ba!- 3
.: '.10 "" ford and Francis Mar-
er30 12.1. Mary 1lB. eVEGETABlE. ., 1LB.
1273 tin of Starke spent the day CAN O PKG. POUNDSAVE
with Mr. and Mrs. Jack An- It; CAN ,
drews and family. Mrs. Marie SAVE24e : ''OTRS") t
... 10'/i-oz. ..... ....
Thornton Starke was an after- .rl' 1 26'
noon The visitor.Phillips family gathered! \. \ __ \
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Phillips in Starke for a
family dinner. Attending were

and Mr. sons and Mrs.of Jacksonville Leslie Phillips and Corned Beef 2 ".: $1 joo Tissue I . 5G;.. $100 Tomatoes .2 CANS 39 Spinach . .2'*""; 37C
and Mrs. Coleman Phillips and
DirectoryAuto i children of Macclenny and, Mrs.fam- Peaches 2 'Jars $1 3'.L. 99c Towels I 3 JUM'O shoo Cocktail '.,. c
and Mrs. Bill Gaskins :
. -" . ROILS I . a CANS 21
ily, Mrs. O.J. Phillips.

Sales and Service nesday Mrs. Wallen to Friday Sapp with and Mr.Lesliein and Asparagus. .2'CANS' $1 100( Fish 3 s::*; $1 Beans2 :CANS37c; Peaches . CAN 16... 35C


spent the Karen holidays Lane of with Deland Mr. Raisins I . .3 ;Ss;: shoo Catsup a . ':r' 39= Corn . e 2 CANS.... 39C Peaches . CAN. 29C

and Mrs. J.H. Eunice and Mr.
SERVICE: and Mrs.J.S. Eunice and other ... .
PARTS relatives.Mr. ,, '!1', -to. '; t4XF 1AtAitt:!\F R R9i1ElA fc. .. !;:"ATaI'Y NA+tYfd LBfQMe>fA71>W T l1MPlk h,.. 1AlFleistitW' it
and Mrs. Michael Waters :I .Y/ 1" DEL MONTE.p r. :>

Always Laura St.Good-Vied Ph. CarstZl 35C-SIS4 Mrs.Wilbur Danny Waters Waters of Pensacola and \ ; ?'
son j" jJCATSUP '
of Starke Mrs. J.S. Watersand /;} PEACHES CORNft

ELECTRIC MOTORS Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hlg.glnbctham ,

with Mr.enjoyed family dinner limit)W/$7.30 or Mar*Pwrchm*En,Cffl, # limit 4 W/S304iMo/ >.PutchnM I...CIa Liens W/Sr,30.M.n r.nhoi.I.,.Cig. lr
and Mrs. James
PEAVY Brothers L. Waters.
SAVE 47 ; i SAVE 56 ;* S SAVE 45
and Mrs. H.E. Priest SAVE SOe l
Co., and Lamar spent the day with

Electric Motors Wellborn.Mr.Mr. and.Mrs. E.L. Williams In $ Ite1 1 1

Sold Serviced Repaired and Mrs. F.T. Redd of ""I
Generators Starters Armature Macon, Ga. visited Mrs. O.J. : "
Rewinding. Phillips the latter part of the ,
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 week. Don Lee and Michele of )
Starke were visiting Mr. and
PIANOS Mrs. Eugene Pearson on Sun- 26-01. 29os.CANS. .5 16-0..
day.Mr. BOTTLES 4J CANS 16 '
and Mrs. J.C. Tye cele- : CANSCAN
YAMAHA PIANOS brated their 25th wedding anniversary ; e
CONN and KIMBALL November 29. ; 1 .. 1 I
ORGANS Mrs. John Shuford and Mrs. \' \; \
George L. Shuford were guestsat : _44 ..JII.' )
J cF
f.:1 .l.;. :.A. -V.Sie --pl ;.s ''''f ** l ll I II Bl,lUlWJS
a bridal shower In St. Augustine
given in honor of Miss DOLT SUCO S C.USHiO .,TTCIST WHCH G..n$TAN, !OCMO.CUSTARD,
Zlta Nalre whose marriage to Pineapple . M 23C Vegetable Juice tITL::: 39C Grape Jelly 'EAA. 61C Turkey Rice Dinner "?". b lOc
Kenny Shuford, son of Mr. and HAIIMON VAN BIACKIUIINMAOI'
place Mrs. on Joe December Shuford 30.will take Lemon Juice '"0"1" 65c B CAMPanee Weenees c.".. 27C Syrup ,&, 75c .Grits QUICIC. :s K*. 33c

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wainwright OIL MONTI OIAFIMUIT HNIAPfll 1AVI40C Dll MONTI IAVI He Dll MONTI SLe1

KlAIBALLSWINGER"ORGANS and Mrs.Mrs.James of Jacksonville Emory Walnwrlght Eunice Mr., Mr.and and Drink.:1.3 CANS $100 Green Limas CANS l00! Green Beans sl00AVI

their families were Sunday dinner -
Roosevelt M ll-J8S-31' 3J guests at a family dinner
""" with Mrs. T.L. Wainwright on $ ) $

WESTERN STORE Sunday.Attending the Padgett family. Tomatoes 4 -- l00 Pineapple 4 l00 Green Beans6 CANS $1SAVI i

reunion at the home of Mr. and ., .,.. .. I'f

LITTLE DUDE Mrs.Sunday Bob Padgett were Mr.LakeWal.son and Mrs. Juice .4 ,Lei. $1 1)00 Catsup. ,Let.JI lOo tee. $
5j Spinach.
Western Store Harry Wllkerson Mrs.William . . 5 CANS loq t

R Grids. Norman, Mr.and and children Mrs. Jame.Mr. ............................," .............. ....... ...... .....................:.......... .......................................... .. .
W st.rn Clothing. L.auarroods and tot'ONON'O"' sou P)9c Ol CHlCMN NOOOll EX.-rRA. EX.-RA. 1. EX.-RAo. : : : : : I
Paddles and Trmfl.r and children Mrs. and Carl Mr.Norman and Mrs. Soup Mix .,. . 'P.D". 33C CracKersAl'OCHO. 1 :.. _GIIiN..._-SlAM._.-S I /x. .-GIIiN.... ...STAMP-......S. I ......_GltlN....... STAMPS.-..._. .:, I EX.-RA.:!::'_Ca/EN. .{T!.AVf :. I I EXTRA..'ATGFIEFN. STAMPS .:,
Chart Sharon Patty Eugene Taylor and children. A : ..nO''O:1.....-. :I raw.,, :. ., T..a, Ne4'h : ...., --_. .:
J", 1are1A d "" ....._
"Jl .
J. : ., -
... .. <0. ....... ,
MX II.IMU" large group of relatives enjoyed ". 39: j ..'? eb/WnP. .1.I ..rr.r pP. ,.1": Prr..blq : "
57C [ fie Sao .
Horsemeat 2 L0 .orrwaer a .. SMA.H
cANs "
: -
the occasion. .........Ne...1.... .:....:... .................................. .I:,..........N-SrAaNMaa.............:.........:.........Nn.....:aOOOIMY::;. ':N..::':.....;:..........N::":'.::e.T.V.IGe-::::..:::-:.....:.
Page 12 Telegraph -. Dec. 3, 1970

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!:Clrriabnaa Treat At White Springs This Weekend NEW BOOKSAT Inmates Tell

The' s't..PI14ID, Footer Memor on the Suwannee River. The legs the North Florida Junior THE LIBRARYADULT

visitors ial 'at Whit. ole trtU otter features are lonecherishedpreChrlstmas College at Madison and the, Life Stories:' Community
d .
a ntertatn.m musical program -, St. Augustine\ School for the) .
tat treat FICTION blical History (Gale), The Interstate
au wek-end O
sc. and the annual oepn house ,I Iof Deaf and Blind will present
Commerce Ommlsslor
5-6) as .two popular annual soma Pick Up Sticks (Lathen)};M ai-
antiques. Inaugurated 7. programs featuring holiday gret's Boyhood Friend (Slme- (CFellmeth) Operation Teenager sponsored -
) School
are held Jointly at the ; High Equl.
Occupants of all automobiles ,
}late of Florida music shrine Florida plates'' I' non); A Relative Stranger (Ste- valency Diploma Tests (Turner by the Junior Woman's
bearing The special showing of an- Club
was heard recentlyby
tree venson); Lost Island (Whitney> ). NewsBy
..Ia Tke..Cennq. ,.. ..... "...... will be aonunea to the unties, many of them dating The Dark On The Other Side over 100 concerned parentsand
.,....** C*..< Florida Memorial on both days of tile' back to the Foster era of 1826- (Michaels) Brill Among The ADULT teenagers who braved
la He : of ; REFERENCEThe
: Xte.te. Anna Bell "Florida week
appreciation 1864. annually attracts visitors
Ruins ( ) freezing weather to attend the
Jacob. aJso known u Anna Bourjally ; PassengerTo Oxford Companion to Mu-
BUe Devlin. Uso known a. end. from Florida Georgia and Frankfurt (Christie); I Knew sic (CScholes) The Oxford Companion BUS program. Elizabeth <:Given Walker]
Anna Bell J. J>evlin >>.".** Musical jnraups representing nearby states.Saturday's .
Daisy Smuten ( ; Play It to Art (Osborne> The
the Lake City Community Col-! musical: DavlesiJ
; ; special
Nolle To Creditor As It Lays ( ; i Complete Guide to Everyday Operation Teenager originated -)
AU creditor ot Anna Bell program will begin at 1:30 p.m. Guests (Wertenbacker)> But Not in 1965 Is a program In GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL
Law ( )
Jacobs. ales known .. Anna Notice .f Applleatl.n fee Tai with a concert by the eight- ; KUng ; Encyclopedia of RECREATION NEWS
Belle Devlin ajso known ee Anna De* For Lovers(Nolledo> Dine With Associations (Gale. which Inmates of the Florida The Falcons played their sec-' AME Church Rev. C.E. Jen-
Bell J. Devlin deceased. who "4ee.. IM.IS. II'. a. nember Bell Ringers, from The Devil Vermandel); The State Prison at Raiford visit Una pastor. Sunday School It
ol.a on February t. 1110. that ond basketball game of the sea-
Notice I* hereby irlVMi. he Lake City Community
while a resident Santa :Bar Mr. Isaac Cum min.., the holder ; ; Election (Markman); The Me- JUVENILE FICTION schools throughout the state!1 son with a win of 109.99 over a.m. Love Feast service ati
At 2 the North
bara County California, are ot the following certificate I8ge. p.m., thuselah Enzyme (Stewart); God, Magic At Wychwood(Watson); and tell their "life stories" Jacksonville Saturday night.AU 11 a.m. Communion will be given -
notified that they requiredjo for Florida Junior I
are ha* filed said certificate College chorus Purpose of the Is to
Is An Englishman Ofelderfleld)} Smoke program in the 6 service. All
.jo any claim or demandsthat a tax: deed to be Imued thereon. of will 90- ; Cromwell's Time basketball fans enjoyed the p.m. )
they may have aajalnat The certificate number Madison present a Melbury Square (CEden), The (AIken); Animals Should Definitely Inform the teenager so that All fans are asked to members and friends are in-'
h.r estate In the office at the and year of leeuance the de- minute concert.On when he faces the same decision game.
End of The Line (Dickens) vited to attend these services.
Not Wear
County Ju County. Florida. In the Courthouse .ith" name. In which It wa assessed p.m. Assassins And Victims(Black); retO. the inmates once did, team. There will be other exciting Each member Is asked toplease
at Stark. Florida with. are a* follow: the eight-piece orchestra from Mask of Violence (Hebden) he'll make the right choice. cooperate with the of
ctleeuance ; program , calendar
months from Certificate No. Year the St. Augustine School for games .
the date of the first 'publication 1UUDescrlpllon>> /. Madson (Hllslnger); The Golden JUVENILE NONFICTIONThe the new conference year.
of this _tic.. teach: claim or demand must be In writing 0' NW14 0' SWttun sent an Instrumental and vocal -
at IjWOK:
and filed duplicate: and must B: Uu ft for 1-'UB N ;lOll Borrower (Mollnaro): The Rhymes Tongue Twisters night: Jody Jim and Richard. Dell Chapter 168 will hold Church, Rev. Leroy Davis pas
state the place of residence* B: 4p It S IIUO ft. W 10 n program. Bombadier (Corrington); The Puzzles And Jokes From Two statements seem tosumur its regular meeting Thursday tor. Tuesday night of each week
and poet office address of the Jo PUB SKO: ua-.--ia; The musical events both days
claimant and be worn to bythe Name. In which amiessea. Lot. are scheduled in the Carillon Only War We've CotMaltland)); American Folklore Ernrich); their feelings: night at 8 p.m. In the Masonic Prayer Meeting at 7 p.m. Bible
claimant hi" agent or tie Keynold linT; Tower auditorium. Hours for Cale (Wilkinson). Felt Crafting (Janvier). Hall on Brownless Street. All Class each Thursday night atl!
hi* attorney or It wall become All of said property being "I'd rather be dead than Dec. 13
to. 7 p.m. Sunday; at :3 I
void according to law.Dated In the County ot itradturd. the open house of antiques ] members are asked to pleasebe
Nov ADULT NONFICTIONA have one of kids spend just! Covenant Meeting will be'
this Kith day of State 'Of Florida. will be from 10:30 to 5 my present and on time. BusIness p.m.
ember. 1V70. Unless auuii certificate reUuemeilaccoiUiiiK or : p.m. White House Diary (John- one day in that jungle world of vital Importance. held. Sunday School at 9:45:
-s- Vivien McQeonr.McQeorceVivian ancillary. administrator certificate to shall law the be property both days. son); The Americans (Frost)); NOTICETo that I've spent the better partof each Sunday. The second and

o.* the estate ot deel.ribed In each. ... .. .lorcertlduates The New York Aquarium Bookof my life in," said Jody a CHURCH ACTIVITIESNEW fourth Sunday Worship serviceat
Anna Bell Jacob..iao knowna will be sold to .theho NOTICETo The Water World (Bridges whom It may concern: convicted murderer."To 11 and 6:30. All membersare
Anna O..Ue Devlin also : I will not be responsible for HOPE BAPTIST Church :
known a* Anna iislle J. Devlin setdoorlon the fir t11Mondaywnhlch ); The American Heritage Rev. L.W. Mosely pastor. asked to cooperate with
deceased. January. 1K71. whom it concern guide to Antiques (Durant The any debts contracted by anyone FREE you've activities
may : > remain these
First 41n December Is"thef 4h day of other than Wil Prayer service each Wednes.
lI..tO'N.rUbUc..tlon' I will not be responsible for Chemical Feast (Turner), liam W Thornton myself. -- got to leave other people'sthings day night at 7:30.: Sunday December ATTEND FUNERAL
.a- Meadow, Meadow riiat"dlthl Uh da.Yof Nov. any debts made by anyone other Twentieth Century Interpretations Starke Fla. alone and stay away from 6 services will begin Mrs. Glennls Solomon and
Daniel* and N.Holcumb.Meadow P. O. Box ember. 11)70.iioulnh )M.': Moody than myself. --Mrs. Carrie of Women In Love (MI- 4t/chg--12/17 drugs," Jim stated. with Sunday School at 10, Morning brothers, Sgt. Thomas Bryant
107. en Uruvard Avenue. Williams (Mrs. L.S. Williams). ko); The Elegant Auctioneers Service at 11. Afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Daven-
Cocoa. Florida S29J3. AttorneyU iVputy' Clerk of Circuit Court (Towner) Great Battles of Bi of Miami and sister Mrs.
of Bradford: I i2a ; services at 3:30: which will port ,
Paw.asa 11-ltl, Coun13.2r/trlll-4: ; { 2tp 12/3 conclude services for the day. Marie Snell. of Lakeland:, left

-. -> a------ ---------------.- --- -- on a sudden, sad trip to Hartford -

-SAVE- : ------ Rev.EBENEZER Bible Leroy Class Davis each BAPTIST Monday pastor.Church night their Davenport, brother's Conn., son last funeral.of week Rebecca Marlon attend

!soYou<<: <<: IW.D I-------------------: at night.A friends Prayer.7:30.: Meeting are All Invited members each to Thursday attend.and ily sant Davenport tried by visiting for to make 28, had the lived many trip The In plea-rein fam-Connecticut ,-

musical program will be tives In Connecticut Massachu)

held Friday night to begin the setts. and Georgia. They han
appreciation services for the all returned to their homes.

DEL MONTE SALE! 6 pastor., at 11 the Sunday second morning.appreciation Dec. In The Circuit CovrtJudicial JlJI..I"

service will be held. The nar- fire-Hit of Klnrlilatm '
rator will be Mrs. E.G. Walker. lad Kor llrniidtrd County

New Bethel Baptist Choir CI%H ArtloBCniie IIIn. OO2Duvol :

.J I will render the song service Fodernl IIttvln: And
At 3 p.m. Rev. Ganey pastorof Loan Assoc-latlon: Of Jacksonville -

Brand ground beef laslet, better. becauseiff ; the First Baptist Church -vs-, R.a U.corporation Croeby and Plaintiff Martha

FRESH PORK SHOULDER 'leaner. Juicy and delicious/ won't cook and choir will render service Croiby. his wife. Dnfenrtant..

H away to nothing. W-D Brand ground beef Is I and close out the appreciation Notice To: Martha Of Suit Crosby-No l Property In care!
PICNIC39C made/romonly/eanIop.qua/ilybee/especially/ / ICOOD 51'' services. Regular services wU'be of Mr. Saudre. P. O. B->x 84.
SAVI r Saunl! >urv. Tennessee and R
IOC selected/ by WINN-DIXIE meat experts. Economy-a', vi J f held at 6:30.: All member! 11. Crosby Uesldence On-

... meal or company dinner cook in or cook ., i and friends are asked to cooperate known. notified macan .L >
;l :'I'' out "'1// be good, you can bet/ on it. Af 'IJ C with this activity. You action nreherebY for

l .. $ VV/NN/ .DIXIE the best beef it all/ we sell ',.1. yj AMPS GREEN GREATER BETHLEHEM:: Notice Of.Suit and has been are filed required .
br; Free Will Baptist Church Rev. aitnlnxt you you
.. .,' t""t; of your
.r ; to serve a copy
: \ ,. Jasper Williams, pastor. Mon. If any to It
; J.r : PRICES GOOD THUD. DEC.3.WEO. DEC.1 \ _*' day night" Choir No. I rehearseat on written the defences.plaintiff .ttorn.v..

-jif sacw .. .rStISrIKtYit'....--_. oO .. ,. 7:30: ; Tuesday night at 7:30 whose Hon. Ailnm name O. and Adiims.address II. ltllnrnett Is
.. ". Christmas rehearsal. Prayer llllnk Bulldtnff. Jack-

AT USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND :;. 4 USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND .!'. Meeting Wednesday night." original sonvlllB with FlorMa.the dork and file of the the
Thursday night the Ladles Cir- on or be.
goes to Mrs. Annie B. fern
; Mosely's home. Practice will wise Judgement attnlimt. you may for the he en.tcreil relief ..

ROAST M fJ? HAMS .. GR. BEEFROAST be Christmas held..Thursday program again.night The for plnlnt.Witness demanded or. In hand the ana coin the

Prayer Band will meet at the seal of sold Court on November -
home of Mrs. Sarah Prince 4. 1970.

I SAVE moO' SAVE !1 Friday night.Saturday (SJ Inmiin,\I.) D. Green
r : : ; SAVE night the Ushers will As Clerk of said. Court

.. SAVE $JOO 99 70e f 99 20e sell dinners from the kitchen. A IJy* Deputy llpulith M.CI Moody rkU.lI
At 6 p.m. Saturday the regu-
1 lar -
monthly teachers meetingwill
I be held in the Library. !And,Counts Fat JmlaVs Bradford: County. '
: '7 Saturday night at 8 p.m. an *'
LB. .. Official Vir""r'e: Relate of Robert H.Runite. .
., Board
4 1 0 LBS meeting will be .
To Creditor'
Sunday Is regular pastorlal AH creditors of the estate. of
nllOLE II {I" Robert n. Runne. deceased
day. Services will begin with are or ronulr-
Steakettes . i. 79C :0N6O5: = LI, 98r 4-_ Round Roast .18. 9] 39.. . .10, 69 I ; be Ing service at 11. Dinners will against* which the I\IJht.z.Tn: ..
; served at 12:30.: Sunlight office of the oounty iudee
Pallbearers Bradford
Pork* Chops a 69\ Rump Roast. l I.. $PChuck_ Steak .18. ?9t Weiners . u.89c.J church at 3 will The at public the the County.Courthoune Florida at within Bradford 1111:

llladid ..' .. '. .. : ., J Is Invited to attend. At 6 p.m.. calendar month from
+ +i"t/hl" 'k' .i. .:.a Seas, *lei. 13-toh- claim or
moat. bo In wrltlnn and mu.tatato

Sliced Bacon .& 49C Fish Fillets L.. 59C Yogurt 4 oNrs, ; $100 Bologna . lB.69c ..1'I..f Deed' Application-. Tart to claimant and by attorney postorflce and or
OIADI"A'QUICKFOZINJINNIO' OUICK FHOZF.N.. TUHBOT WHorl lOIDIM't TA'NOW'OUSMoelO' Se... 10i.l ... S. his void acrordlnn' to law.

Roast. "df;: $369 Fish Fillets Cream Cheese PL:K'; 39C LO.99c Notice Is hereby given that come October SO. 1970.-
Turkey III59c Sausage a Mr. Iwucc CummlnKS. the certificate holder .- Carl, W. lllfhl;
of the ulluwuiK CART w. iuCillEAdminlatratov
feNOIIlUCID W 0 HAND MILD DAISY' STYLI CHIDOAt KUPT'!51ICIOINDIVIDJAUY' WHABpH) COPItAND"ANGl'SMOXID(WHOlt O*HAWBset has tiled wild certificatesor : of the Estate l .
Liver 49C Cheese l5.79c Cheese Food "" 69C Slab Bacon 39C thereon.a tax: The dued certificate to be: Issued number >f Robert publication E. nu".e on deceased.First 1
.Is. . . e : and years of Issuance 970
the description of the urouer- leorge. H. Pierce.
Meat Dinners 2L1.Sill 99C Cheese . .2 & 69C Sliced Ham .is' $139 Knuckles . i, 39C Cerlflcatu aasoasua 1968.Description.No are 65. Year as follows of Issuance .: P.Stark.O. .Drawn Fla. 1030 u.J9 n ?.?

Quantify R grill Rtrv.d of Prooerty E -
%"*IUMO. >II'| tttmt ,ING .LOHIIOHI.n0N 440 (t of NE" of SWVi EX .
9Mt7lE.L 'rag lt-W EX 4A 44J U tlQ In Std In The ClrnnHt i Coei.t Of The
[ COlt aliC,; : 18-T- -a R-22-B F.lvhtlt" Judicial Circuit Of
DELICIOUS Name In which assessed Lot. Flnrldn I" And For Drailferd
THRIFTY MAID ICE MILK OR All ot noI't: Property beln* Mary Kvalsnn Stewart Plain
( \ SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR A In the County of Bradford. tiffvii. Clarence Wayne
ORANGEJUICE -I State of Florida. Stewart. Defendant.
Unless such. certificate or Notice ot .suit
_., certificate shell be redeemed To: Clarence Wayne Stew...
CREAIVIa according to law the pronerty art In Care of denrrla State.
described In such certificate or Prison Beldsvllle, OenrslaYou
certificates will be sold to the are hereby notified that
1043CICE bluest bidder at the court. house an notion for divorce. hue been
jj 59c door on the first Monday In filed aralnst you and you are''
January' 1971, which required to serve a copy of
: SAVE t... I l POUND I I.DatedtthisY24thf daya.o 1IU. your written defences_ If .
Bao ; May It on F. Shaw of
ember 1970. Shaw And Sanders Attorneysfor
I M. Moody Plaintiff whose address' Is
38c 1. SAVE (SEAL) 142 W..t Call Street. Stnrke.
1 I P Clerk of Circuit Court and file the orlxlnal
Deputy Florida
GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS. r 10. J"" FRESH ".........ufDR, ct :Bradford C intyo4Florida: with the Clerk of the above-
styled Court nn or before December -
: ORANGESHALF 17. 1970: otherwise a
judgement may be entered
{ against. vou for the relief dnmandtd

S 6 In The Circuit Court of The potltlon.Witness In my the hand Complaint. and the or

GALS. ; Eighth Judicial Circuit of seal of said. Court on November

10 6.oc.'L 49 Florida In And For Bradford 10th.(SEAL 1970.)
CANS 85 1Cm3P County Case No. Inman D. Green
B gEj D A* Clerk of Said Court
ts Aretha Mae Johnson Plaintiff First publication !Nov H. 1910
-vs- Lonnie Johnson De- n.u ft U.U

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Fresh Celery .2 STALKS 39e Delicious Apples 13 roil< $1 Rutabagas . II. 8e Instant Potatoes 2 ,W.69'; Box 116-BA, Greenwood Dela- Notice 11_is. IIM hereby IS. r.jrlven.8. that
Mr. Isaao Cummlnir the hold
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Lettuce . .2 -KGs.29c Avocados . 5 roe $100 Orange Drink 2 &: 89C Potatoes . 20 &: 89= FIED YOU that ARE an action HEREBY for divorce NOTI- .Is i *tax filed deed acid to be cerllflrnle Issued there for

ASTOI6MIN MAI.IIAf Ol CMOFPf SPINACH 01 DIM WHIfPIO OMAN..SAUJAGI.MFKIONI OF.CHII1IJOTT .u.''''.0 has been filed against you and )n. year The of certificate Issuance. numbersAnd the d..

Cut Corn 5 10... $1 l)00 3 OT. $1 1)00 Pizza '; 59CMO ENGLISH MUFFINS 4":"' *)IGCCHjERRJEsTTlTTr you are of required written to serve a the scrlntlon name of In the which property U wu and as*
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If any to It o n EUGENE F. Nor U. Tsar of
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Dinners 5 .3 rlaa,: $100! Shrimp . :$279: : Pot Pies 5.$1 BEER or ALE . . IK.;: 89e Street whose address P.O. Box Is 142 1086 West Starke.Call tie I Name DLK Mae a In Hcvnold Nut which of Williams as Property EST..r*.ed SoD Lot.Lot '

CHECK DRINK: Florida and file belay lathe
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.5 69c Chicken : $189) Chowder. 3 1/( $1 00 5-28 oz. Bottles e. XI.00 with styled the Court Clerk of the above- Florida.County. of Bradford Stateof r
Potatoes :: . at: : W' LA' ... 21, 1970 on or otherwise before December errtlflrate Unions such shall certificate be redeemed or

VfAt Mlf.tAUSIUlY STIAK MltllANT' COOMO MOITO.'OUNDO.O..AN. PC'UNUTS' . . 4 1iS: $))00Meai judgment may be; entered a-a described according to In>> 'law such the certificateor property,

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ON BHS FOOTBALL FIELD Home EntryAt My Neighbors

Things Should Improve Next Season"We Nails Brooker ManA -,}- I ,,

should be better next Two tackle. need to be found and defensive end. seen action this past season And better next season. Lost to the Tornadoes In *71 I
year because our offensive line for the 1971 offensive line.Hurse Numerous Injuries this past as a wide receiver, punter, Malachi Henry would be the will be nine serlors- Marty 22-year-old Starke man II I
F t Indicates coaches will be look- season led to many boys play back but injured best defensive In the
will be better, Coach David and defensive safety Meng\ Tim Murphey, Danny has been arrested for the attempted
Hurse says In previewing his Ing at Ronnie Allen 9, who ing several positions.Next sea his leg in the preseason ;jam- Florida Star Conference In 1971 Jackson, Len Register, Mike theft of a television
1971 Tornado football team's with a lot of hard work and son, therefore, many players boree. Coach Hurse predicts. Branson, Gene Harris. Dean from the Frank Wllliford res-
I the right attitude could play will have the knowledge to to have two Letterman Tetsone and
possibi ides. go Hurse expects, Wayne Johns, Jimmy Alvarez,and Dale idence on the Marklee Star-
Bradford's second straight varsity ball as a sophomore. at two different positions with fine punters next season In a recovered Gray Flynn could Johns. ling Road north of Starke.
losing season 3-5-2 and 3-6- Sophomores David Kewham little difficulty; Coach Hurse Flynn and Quarterback Steve fit right Into a sow d defen- "I know the experience they Thomas Joseph Crum, who \ 1111
I, Is barely over but the head Leroy Davis, and Donnie Craw- notes. Strickland.JV sive backfleld. JV graduates gained will be Invaluable to lives on the Old Lawtey Road: ,
Tornado can already name positions ford are also boys who can The quarterback situation graduates expected toglve who are expected to help, out them," Coach Hurse said. He is charged to two affidavits "Well, thank heavens we
and the people to go expect to get a good shot at next year rests with JV grad- the backfield strength and depth and, perhaps, steal away some- noted appreciation: for their,Jeadershlp with attempted grand larceny, beat the income tax bureau to
with them for 1971. It is a sea- the tackle positions next fall. uates Eddie Hazen and Steve are Billy Bigham, Robin Par- body's Job are Billy Bigham and hard work and bond set a $1,000, and break- lhit much of your bankroll!
Five players practiced with Strickland, both sophomoresnow. Stan Reddish Keith Tet- Steve Strickland, Stan
son Hurse has been waiting rish, Beddlsh. gave special thanks to co-cap ing and entering with Intentto
the varsity all season but playedon Both boys are capable and Keith Tetstone.
for three years.A ; stone. tains Jimmy Alvarez and Len commit grand larceny, bond
football team can have mediocre the junior varsity. They of doing a real job at the all- Wide receivers In 1971 will Register. set at $2,500.Crum .
backs and a good offen- can all expect to be quality; Important position, Coach Defensively there will be be Wayne Tetstone, Gray Flynn Summing up prospects fa is charged In both affidavits -
sive line and have an outstand- varsity materiaL They are Hurse states.Letterman. three lettermen at the impor- Steve Strickland Stan Reddish 1971 Coach Hurse says there by Deputy Sheriff Robert
ing season Coach Hurse explained Wayne Lambas center and line- Brad Carter, a tant defensive end postsRan- and James Sewell. There is Is a lack of depth as usual. Green. He was arrested
last week. But given backer; Levy Lennon, guard sophomore, and Malachi Henry dy Gaskins, Charles Wright, little experience; at this post In 1970 the Tornadoes start- Monday night after the inci-
outstanding backs and a weak and defensive end; Stanley also a sophomore, both and Brad Carter. but Hurse expects; these players ed with 24 varsity; players and dent took Monday after-
front line and if 11 be a rough Crawford, guard and tackle, have "unlimited potential" at There will be no experienced to do a capable job. were down to 19 by the end noon. place
season such as the Tornadoes and Donnie Crawford: tackle the running back position the player for the defensive tackle of the season due to injuries. Crum was flushed from the
have just finished. veteran BHS mentor states. spot but Coach Hurse feels But he notes there have always Wllliford home and left the
The same problem can be Each should mature a lot boys who can do an adequatejob Open HomeAt been some boys who come TV set under a pecan tree I
seen at the college level as SFJC EarlyRegistration and pick up speed during the can be found from those along and stand out. after taking It from a trailer -
Ga- off-season if they train faith- mentioned for the "I feel the CCharley.
close as Gainesville. The previously Pine Air's we may pick up Deputy; Green said investigation -
tors enjoyed a veteran and experienced fully, the coach says. offensive tackle posts. needed depth," Hurse says by Green led to the .
though unsung front "Experience these two boys Linebacker should be a position hopefully of 1971. arrest. :
line in 1969. But this season picked up this season as sophomores of strength for the Tor- New Feed Mill Biggest job the coaching staff
the Gators have fa ced rough Under Way "will be Invaluablenext nadoes this year. That Is another will have next season Is build
sledding In attempting to make year. Hurse says.A position Injuries and a ing a winning attitude.
their running game go although sophomore who missed the player who didn't come out Commissioner of Agriculture "The boys have to believe er *
they had the same backs as Early credit registration for entire season and could be a turned an expected strong point Doyle Conner was the featured in themselves," Coach Nurse The wan at the next desk John ..
In 1969. Term ni at Santa Fe Junior very fine football player Is into a weakness. Sophomoreswho speaker at an open house and states. He Is hopeful a good coking for ways to get rid of
In 1971 the Tornadoes will College will be conducted December Gray Flynn. He would have took over simply didn't barbecue celebrating the open off season program of weights, the antnma leave, in hiving About This Question:
have what Coach Hurse terms 1-11 In the College's have the experience to play ing of Pine Air Farms, Inc agility drills, and exercise will Jab wile pot them In hit lunch
"good experience" at four positions West House Auditorium, 723 the linebacker spots like vet new feed mil at Lake Butler give the players "the confidence sandwiches Instead of &De lettuce up the cost of
In the linecenter, both West University Avenue, according BUS SecondIn erans. Coach Hurse says. Saturday. Nov. 2L they need to go out and which he always taken guns, golf my
guards, and tight end. to Director of Records Three boys have experience Pine Air is a locally-owned be a winner." out anywiy. equipment and
Offensive guard should be a and Registration Joseph Mora- Quiz Show there now, however. They are and operated complex of businesses fishing tackle it goes
strong point of the Tornadoes sophs Joey Branson, Bobby supplying and servicing over $1000. Would a Sport.
next season with three letter- sco.Early registration hours by Playoff On TV Dyal and Gary Melvin. All the poultry and egg industry WISH I'D SAID ing Goods Floater policy

men returning: Bobby IJval, Gary appointment will be from 8:30 are expected to be stronger In this area. The new firm BRIDES from the Charley E.Johns
Melvin, and David McCut- -10:30: a.m. and 1:00-3:00: p.m. has facilities and InvestmentsIn THAT ;
Three Bradford High students the four counties-- Clay, Agency give me 'all risk'coverage
Chen. Dennis Crawford, injured with special night sessions on Uecisfered i f At
most of this season, shoulc December 2 and 8 from 6:00- finished a close second Saturday Mary Poppins'Presented Bradford, Union and Columbia on all such sports
also see action at guard, canter 8:00: p.m. In addition, on December Nov. 28, In "It's Aca -- providing employment to BULLINGTOVSDECEMBER equipment, plus the special
and linebacker. 3 registration for cour- demic" competition on Channel To approximately 52 people. clothing I use in those
There will be also three out- ses In Starke will be held at 12 TV In Jacksonville. With a total investment of sports?"
standing prospects! from the the Bradford County Middle Nathan Bedford Forrest High SE PTA GroupThe over a million dollars in the I've just about quit bother- Miss Carol Reddish
junior varsity la Levy Lennon, School from 4:00-6:00: : p.m. and of Jacksonville won the playoff operation. Pine Air will provide ing myself about any contri- Miss\ Tryphinia McRae E.
Stanley Crawford, and Robin 7:00-8:30: p.mMoraseo competition Saturday with BHSa a market for 12 million bution to posterity, as it looks Charley
Parrish. noted that all early close second and Andrew third grade at Starke dozen eggs annually] with a now there's a right good BULLINGTON'SPHOTOfaRAPIIY
Starter center Farelon Me- registration fees are due in to Jackson High of Jacksonville Elementary School staged WaltDisney's value to the producer of $3.3 chance of posterity not even JOHNS AGENCY
Clellan will return after being the Business Office, Boom 111 trailing. "Mary Poppins" for million. In addition, Pine Air getting here. Charlie
out most of this seasor at the West House by 12 noon Members of the BHS tear their parents and guests In the have more than 350,000 start- Crawford The Democrat- Gifts The Bride Will 131 So. Walnut St.
with a knee Injury sustainec December 29 or else a student's were Rebecca McMillan, Lee PTA program Tuesday night ed pullets that return nearly Treasure Phone 984-6070
in the Live Oak game. Tight registration will be cancelled Hardenbrook, and Jimmy An- The fifth grade students assisted a quarter of a million dollars Union, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.

end Charles Wright, who unproved and he must re-register during drews. by designing and draw- annually to the growers. The reason there were

decidely in ids block- the regular registration The BHS team won the first Ing the scenery. Butler The new will feed mill at Lake fewer wrecks in the horse- .}' .p:);p:::::::::.vyAxxvtiswyrke.wY3:::: ::::: :: : rtr.x::*ff'' ir:
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produce ;
Ing ability; this past season, period January 4-5. competition the pre- Mrs. Vernon Reddish, presi- excess
will be back. He can also catcha Interested Individuals may vious Saturday, defeating St. dent, presided at the meeting. of 40,000 tons of feed per year and-buggy days was because
with a value of $3.2 the driver didn't depend $ NORTH FLORIDA f
pass. register for non-credit coursesy Aus-ustine High and Rlbault The Rev. Jack Flynn of St. million. 'r
Sophomore Greg Reddish will mail to the College's Bus- High of Jacksonville. Mark's Episcopal Church gave Earl Johns, secretary of the wholly on his own intelli- f
also bid for the center posi- iness Office or at the Records Prize for winning the first the devotion. corporation, said that PineAir's gence-Harold S. May, The Country Music '
tion. 'I wo other sophomores u; and Admissions Office, Room round of competition was a Mrs. Maurice Jenkins' room capital Investment and Florence (Ala.) Herald. I Show 1J.
from the JV squad, James Sew- 104 of the West House. set of encyclopedias which won the prize for having the that of the producers and
ell and Ulysses Dommon wil Classes for Term HI begii Channel 12 presented to the most parents attending the PTA growers amounts to $4 million There's no doubt about it- I 1st and 3rd Saturdays J if
bid for the end positions. January 6 and end March 26 school. meeting. In this area. Employmentis we were pretty poor in the old

provided to approximately days. But, there's one thing UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
125 people, with a combined I
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The average consumer f.l Overcrowding In prison Is. Cherry Coconut Sponge Cupcakos
Tax RegistrationSet A recent shows
poll 54
reported to be cautious in hit one of oar grave national cent of Americans think pet Upon rising, the first thing
pending and the average/ problem I but whenever ]dent Nixon .is Pres to do 1 is check the paper to
a good
consumer' wife/ lays/ hat's( somebody escapes the management CollectionsDown TodayBy Job. That's not exactly over, see whatever breakfast or
the understatement of the never seems to appreciate whelming, but medication you are about to
the extra probably betabsorb .
getting has been declared
year ter than most of us would
e pace. Here rate in a survey around,the overnight.
house or office.

Registration for Santa Fe Junior -
Documentary stamp tax collection College courses to be offered -
GAINESVILLEBusiness are down almost 50 In STARKE during Term
per cent through October In m will be conducted December
I Bradford County, according to 3 at the BRADFORD COUNTY ,
a report from the Office of MIDDLE SCHOOL,according
DirectoryAUTO State Comptroller Fred 0,(Bud) Vice President for Academic i KNOW YOUR
Dickinson. Affairs George R. Conger. r k
Collections through October Persons Interested in regis- ..' '
total $1,225 here compared to
tering for either credit or non-
GARDEN SUPPLIES $2,445 through October 1969. credit classes may do so between -
That contrasts sharply with a 4-5 P.m. and 7-8:30 p.m. ., I 1.;
16 per cent Increase.statewide, Credit classes to be offered pURNITU1 \

BRASINGTON Johnson & Fans, Inc. Dickinson says. on Thursday evenings beginning I "k
Alachua County collected
7 Human Origins,
January are:
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE .I I (SEEDSPLANTS!: $26.722 through October this The Individual in a Changing ,, I' !!
SALES SERVICE!: .Insecticides, ....:Fet SuppliesFERTQdZERti year compared to $23,902 in Environment, and The Humani Everyone loves an adaptation of the traditional especiallywhen .. "
Fine the same period in 1969. Baker It's and i
Selection of Used Car ties. Tuesday evening credit "easy-do" petite.
Taken On Cadlllae Trades County showed a slight dropto which will begin Jan- ENGLAND BOASTED "
courses, EARLY
We Rent Ferlllbter Sponge cake has served the world as a dessert or snack for
2001 N.W. ,13th '_ Ph. 2784301'Barkley Spreader $1,095 from $1,325. Clay uary 12, Include:General Biology hundreds of years. Cherry Coconut Sponge Cupcakes adapt this 1
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224 N.W. Sib Ph. 178-Wi County showed a large Increase FURNITURE i
English Language time honored custom to today's "hurry up" living. You create n
"""" more than doubling Its ... '
"'- Police Administration n. AU almost effortlessly q prepackaged pre-portioned goodie fY
Motora Inc.TOYOTA GLASS 1969 collections; the Clay total evening credit courses will perfect as a quick bite or as "tote" fare, Indoors or out.
through October 1970 was meet from 7-10:15 p.m. In addition No added leavening is needed to make Cherry Coconut Sponge s'r Years ago in England furniture was a ;
LIDDELL $12,744 compared to $5,300 for Study of the Child will Cupcakes, other than the air incorporated Into beaten egg whites. product of the land. You might call it i;
the same period In 1969. be offered on Tuesdays from Tasty, toasted flakes of coconut and grated lemon peel add extra didn't !
Tables and chairs y yo
Documentary stamp sales foi 3:30-6:45 p.m.Noncredit flavor. Top off each rich cake with a cherry flavored frostingyou ;4 "home grown.!:
4 wheel drive and ear i\ Glass Company"Glass October brought In nearly $2.6 Adult Special Interest make yourself. I spring up from the i
Bales Parts Service million into the state's general classes to be offeredIn Timesaving enriched self rising flour provides salt and :lli. ground: like flowers
Clean Used! Toyotas j For Every Purpose" fund, a 6.4 per cent Increaseover Starke in Term m include: leavening, preblended for your baking convenience. "Enriched"means but it was almost that I'I'I
1700 N. Main S7S-1268 Store Fronts-Mirrors collections for same montha Tuesday evening classesIn- that three Important B-vitamlns thiamine, niacin and I' miraculous. For, when .
Tub Enelasul'2S-Shower: year ago, the Comptroller come Tax Preparation, Floral riboflavin plus the minerals, Iron and calcium, are In every the lady of the house !l
reports.A Cherry Coconut Sponge Cupcake serve.
S Arranging, and Painting you
Furniture Tops Class Replaced wanted a new piece ;}
I stamp tax is charged on '
classes-FI- '
Thursday evening
VARHEYL legal agreements, notes, and nancial Planning for the Individual of furniture trees on Early' EnclUh furniture .;\\i
bonds. In addition a documen- ., the 1 land were ,,;
and Gourmet
Mercury | 1228 NEW So. Main LOCATION Gainesville tary sur tax, levied on trans- Cooking and Family Home and Bus- CHERRY COCONUT SPONGE CUPCAKES chopped down and 1h i.;
fers of real estate is charged.Florida's 2 dozen cupcakes built ,
2201 N. Main Gainesville 372-8111; 1108 Incas Interior Decoration. All ii'!):! furniture was ,
I revenue from the non-credit classes will meet 4 egg whites 1 cup sifted enriched self. from the wood then r
372-42S1 documentary sur tax totals $1.7 from 7.10 94 rising flour "..
p.m.Indivlduals cup sugar and there! ";
rma million this fiscal down
HomeMercuryConRarContinental MEN'S WEAR year may obtain further 5 egg yolks 1 egg white I. :
ilila almost 8.7 cent from that ,
Of | Information of offerings r
course "
2 teaspoons grated lemon cup light corn syrup 7
of last year at this time. Brad- .
In Starke by contacting '
STAG 'N DRAG ford County sur tax collections Richard Jockel, House Director rind 1 tablespoon maraschino 1 Since the furniture
1 can ((3/2! oz.) flaked cherry juice .
are down to $71.50 from $566.- at the Middle School. was massive, and
Mark HI Engfch Ford .
coconut, toasted ti'13t
:( 50 over the same period in !54 cup chopped' maraschino had
often to be
Cleanest Used! Cars Avalllable Griffin Suits Classes for Term HI end March cherries, drained doorways narrow a piece ;
S Arrow Shirts Florsbelm Skee. 1969. 25. built right in the room where it was ':
Formal Rentals Beat 4 egg whites in large bowl until foamy. Beat in 14 cup 13t
Beauty Academy I Ladles Sportswear sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time, until shiny peaks form that fold needed. 'j
over slightly when beaters are raised; set aside. Beat egg yolks r
2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Sen. SaundersDue The OldTinner in small mixing bowl until thick and lemon colored Gradually .
POWELL'S and GAINESVILLE MALL beat in remaining sugar. Blend in lemon rind. Fold into beaten I ;:
MOBILE HOMES Here Dec. 15 egg whites with coconut. Sift flour, ',4 cup at a time, over egg 1aadco&
Beauty Academy | mixture, folding gently but thoroughly after each addition. Fill
paper-lined medium-size muffin cups ''Xi full. Bake in preheated
Learn a Profession In Your MUSIC State Senator Bob Saunders, 375"oven 12 to 15 minutes, or until cake springs back when
Spare Time. Full" or: Part Time I I D-Galnesvllle. will be in the lightly touched. Remove cakes to wire racks; cool comp m FURNITURE and APPLIANCES I
219 N.W, 10th 378.2766 Bradford County courthouse at u letely before frosting. While cakes are cooling combine one egg
white, corn syrup and cherry juice. Beat
2 p.m. Dec. 15 on his monthly until soft peaks form. d
BALDWIN visitation schedule. -- Fold In cherries. Frost. 'j" (Tint li the forl\-i" >fvenlh in a Series

ELECTRIC MOTORS I The Seventh District senator "The best way to" keep your Spoon flour into dry measuring cup; level. Do not scoop. !I 'lI........._. ,./I|.irlull,,, I I'!"ml I llm. <'I... In| ''.. ItS: n A'''C'>:I'r
s vlll be available to talk to temper is in tact i'.r..J'lI'W, ; .. I! -'
ELECTRIC I members of the general public \

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Every Crossroad Had Its School Back In 1915 ,


Bradford Had 41 "When Mr. S .hell assignedme Here are the schools and May McKlnney. pal; M.D. Jenkins.;'. Josle. Kel
to the Thomas school he, the teachers assigned to them New Zion--Alton Feagle. ler, assistants.Anderson.
Incredible as It might seem irilllar. but most have either' said there would be a good- 55 years ago: Long Bridge_-M.L. Manning. Nebo--Julia Lewis Taylor.
now, Bradford County; operated passed away or long since looking young girl teaching Lawtey- M.M. Fryer, prin- Elarbee-Kate Dubose. Bradford--To Palestine be supplied.
I 41 schools In the year 1913. moved to other locations. there also" Mr. Thomas said cipal; Mattie Stalsby, Rose Hull, Pine Grove York Colson. W.C. Wooldredge
Some of these, of course, Two names stand out pro- "and he (the superintendents Louie Belle Brown assistants. Rising--L.H. Flitch. princi- Hampton-- Clemons Ada,
I were located In the area west minently, however as well didn't want any romance In Brooker--A.B. Shaw, princi- pal; assistant open.VanderblltO.A.. principal; May
of New river, which became known and still active In church, the school room. .said there pal; Leora Cone, Loca Johnson, Mizell, Nlmmo assistants.
Union County; with the division business, and club affairs ofStsrke had been too much of that sort Eunice Hazen assistants. principal; Florence Crews, as- Dobson--- Claude Crosby.
I of Bradford In the 1920's. -- and thereby hangs a of thing already." Ralford--E.R. Poppell principal sistant. Gullford-- Hayes
The "neighborhood school" "school Rona McDonald, Ina L.A. Davis principal Little Sprtngs--M.S. ,
room romance. But In spite of the superin ; Heilbronn-- Carrie Sloan,assist
concept truly held sway.; In those A.J. Thomas and May Mc- tendent's advice, the two young; Crews, Ruby Peeples. Beatrice ; Mamie Dowllng, Julian principal;
days when transportation to Kimey were listed as the fac- teachers at Thomas started Hartman, Cordie Anderson as- Collins, assistants.New ant. Crosby.
and from school was mostly ulty; at "Thomas," a school "going together" and were sistants. River--T.J. Poppell. Kelley--Beatrice Scaff.
::1 by foot." Just how far the school located In those days between married several years later, Starke--M.L. Neal,principal; Five Mile-- Sampson--Carl Lena
system has gone In the direct- Lake Butler and Lulu.The name after Mr. Thomas completedhis S.S. Dowllng Grace Bodley, Rosier--D.G. Stanley. Miller-- Bishop.
ion of consolidation Is shown of the school had no connect- service In World War I Estelle TIson, Elsie Schneider, Midway--Leon Thomas.Providence.Bessie Bishop.
by the fact that In place of ion with the family of the young and resumed his teaching career Selma Johns Mrs. M.L. Neal, McGru- Enterprise--Ellsha Wllker-

those 41 schools of 1915 Brad principal, who was born In Clay Bess Tribble May Fripp, der, principal; Mattie Cone, son.RobertsRuby '
ford now has eight, and Union County.; Miss McKinney was a Blanche Pattishall Emma Dar Marie Parker assistants. Andrew Dekle.
has three for a total of 11 resident of Lake Butler at the He had taught at Thomas for by, Olive Ray assistants. Theressa--Truby Plnholster. Boat Drain-- Grtffls,
schools in the twocountarea.; time. part of the previous year being Pine Hill__Mamie Plnholster. principal subject to September -
In the long list of teacher F.G. Schell was then Super- assigned there as 'assist- Johnstown-- examination Leacy-:, Harris
I Cjiforiat; Speaking appointments carried In the intendent of Bradford County; ant" to the principal at the Lake Butler--S.A. Draper, Swift Creek--Miss Ormond. assistant.
July 9. 1915 Issue of The Telegraph schools, and Mr. Thomas--re- princlely salary of $30 month. principal; Grace Fogg May- Brooklyn--Mrs. Louise Gale. Brooks--N.W. Hall.
many names are fa- tired Clerk of the Circuit Court Many of the names of schoolson belle Bradley, Annie Smith, Graham--A.C. Crews principal -
and still active in the Pearl Graham, Ruth Page,Clifford Hazen Munte
real estate the 1915 list have long since ; Myrtice The minutes of the,meeting
and rental business InSl8rke and the Harrell assistants. assistants.
been forgotten communities Lamb
also noted that "bills
-- recalls one bit of advice which they served no Highland--Estell Lanler.Dowllng were
examined and scrip drawn for
I Tragic from the superintended1 longer exist, or have been absorbed --Dewey Plnholster. "
that he failed to take.Farmers. by others. Thomas--A.J. Thomas and Starke--A.O. Jenkins princl70YearOld same.

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hunting fatalities, one man permanently "As long as some senseless peo- .

paralyzed, and three other ple get away with murder there will

Florida hunters wounded during the continue to be needless killings of Diaryspell

first eight days of the current sea- good people. Call it accidental: or any-

son Is a frightening record and one thing else you choose, but it is far The early cold wave we had and the freeze which

that should cause every hunter, and more than that. In hunting, when one before Thanksgiving Day may killed off a lot of vegetation In
every member the hunter's family to person kills another all they can say not go down In the books as the fields and woods, there Is ed d.
is 'I'm The The Great Freeze of 1970 but a real danger of woods fires
do some serious thinking.In so sorry. word 'sorry
fits the the temperature went down to and care must be exercised:
occasion because! anyone guiltyof around 21 and that's low foil! In the burning of trash or litter
each of these ten casesand killing another person while hunt- this time of the year even A Today a lot of such stuff
there may have been more not re- ing is just about as sorry as a humancan for butchering hogs. The extent accumulates quickly and burn-

portedinvestigating officers have get. of crop damage has not ingbut the way to get rid of

attributed carelessness as the cause "If there was a way to take such been reported, but the freeze flying embers can start

of the accident. Three of the fatalities offenders Into court there might be It did chilled get tender a lot ornamentals of "tender and hu- By Sam McGarrey a aren't brush careful.or woods fire If yot

were Inflicted by the hunters own less killings, or there might not be. mans." h

guns, and two of those killed were At least the guilty one would have S. .

shot by hunting companions.In been exposed, and displaying him to 000 manager Bob Allen said prices
the public might do some good. Thereis were pretty; good and that the
Brooker Church
It could have caused extensive pecan growers whose trees
one particularly unfortunate case no reason to pull punches on this damage to vehicles and came Into production this year Speaking of being careful

at Camp Blanding, a Jacksonville Beach: subject because It is far too seriousto home water systems but people had a pretty; good season. Far- hunters nowadays run the risk Makes Way For New SanctuaryThe
hunter's wife and three small children brush aside just because it may were alerted by the Wea- mers will vouch for that and of being accidentally shot because -

have been left without income, with virtually not sound nice to some people. It ther Bureau and service stations add ruefully. "When you have- some of the "trigger- Brooker Baptist Church matrimony and -

no savings on hand, and with doesn't sound nice to a parent or did a thriving businessIn n't got something", the pricesare happy" nimrods blast away at building Is In the process of services have been held

huge medical bills due to the care-: relative when they are told that one preparing cars and trucks usually good. any movement in the woods being torn down to make way there for those who have gone
for the blast with anti-freeze
and all
too often the victim
lessness of another hunter who mis- for construction of a new sanc- on to be with God.
of their loved ones has been 'acci- compounds. Today the weather Sc.Overheard Is a fellow hunter "Still the
The last service was opportunity we know
took the wounded man for "a fox squir- dentally' killed on a hunting trip. reports are remarkably accur- tuary.held In the old structure on have to build a new sanctuary
rel" ate and when they forecast a after ThanksgivingDay .
In a tree. Sunday Nov. 21. after provid- for the Lord's work to be car-
"A person who is dangerous enoughto freeze, you'd better believe : "When I looked at all ing a place of worship for ried on generations to come
Melvin L. Davis, 34, a shipyard worker kill another through pure careless- them. that food on the table I knewI When you are tempted to planta people of the Brooker com- Is met with great enthusiasm."
would wind with stomach shrub
up tree and
will never walk again becauseof ness or disregard should never be 0 trouble but I Just went ahead remarks or that It will be someone many munity; for many generations. A $44,000 education brick building sanctuaryand is

the unnecessary accident. His doc- allowed to hunt again. Keep those and enjoyed the feast Just the years before it will grow up. planned to take the place of
tors say he is paralyzed from the fellows out of the woods and more The freeze killed back our same." disregard the advice and go and A sentiment lot of work went excitement along with the old wooden structure. Con-

neck down after being hit by two buck- people will return home safely. Far polnsettias and for the first S. ahead. For example about 10 the process of moving out of struction will start in the near
time in number of
shot pellets in the back. a years we years ago we got a cutting future with Fred Dodd of Key-
more hunters drink on hunting trips the 70-year-old church In the
will not have the showy re!? from a yaupon holly and afterit
than one realizes, and if they kill blooms during Christmas hol The month of November was started successfully, set It words of one of the congregation stone Until Heights the as contractor.

someone it Is an accident.: On the idays. Our plants are closeto remarkable for one thing according out In the yard with little hopeof "Many loved ones had completed services new sanctuary will be held Is
other hand, it a person driving an our home and usually get to our favorite weather ever seeing! it come Into walked, that aisle and accepted In the Brooker
by In a light freeze but that forecaster. He said that, In the Jesus as their saviour, ma- Elementary
His wife is now faced with caringfor automobile has been drinking and kills Jacksonville maturity; ny have been united In holy School.
21-degree blast knocked themdown.In.fact.pract1caiiyy area there were

her Invalid husband as well as someone, he winds up in "the. courts. all. sporaUc light showers but that .5. _-._- .......,...assb -- .-".-....-- ..".,, ..,--
His "
three small children. hospital Insurance Where is the difference? our ornamentals were hit hard no measurable amount of rain ,.

is said to be limited and is and look as though they had had fallen at the airport there Today that holly Is 15 feet

expected to fall far short of medical During the 1969-70 hunting season, been doused with boiling water. during the entire month. We high, grown to nice proportions i1. '. :

expenses. 50 people were shot while hunting, or can remember some showers and loaded with'red terries :. ..
here, but altogether the month is a sight to behold. And n' ...J
In connection: with hunting activities. ; I.. .;.
was certainly a dry one. needless to say we are glad 1' ..
Other casualties due to carelessnesi Thirty-six of these (72 per cent) were What will probably be the that we went to the troubleof '\ .. .. J
Include: accidents Involving youths under 18 last pecan sale of the seasonIs S. planting and caring for It. .. .
years of age. being held today (Thursday) And we can say the same thing

An sight-year-old boy, who was shot at the Farmers Market" In sum- All of which points up the about dogwoods and magnoliasthat ',. .
ming up the season market1970Chriatmaa fact that, with the long dry He set out. a
by his brother while squirrel huntingin Maj. Robert Brantley, in charge of 110.... ) "\

Duval County, and another Duval the Game Commission's Northeast Florida '& .
jw.ww;* >3W;* >>'tQCCvwoc Dtatf? ,
hunter who was killed when his shotgun Region there is ,
says only one \ ,
discharged while he was punchinga way to curb careless hunting accidents. Seal : Selective ServiceMay Registrantsnents :f fr '

hole in the ground with the butt "People must be impressed with the Campaign :1 .. 1.L. 1.I

end of the weapon.A danger of firearms, and must learn Is Under Way !

respect for guns." Drop Def e By Dec. 31 .' . 'I Iv.
23-year-old woman was killedin The 1970 Christmas Seal

Gulf Hammock when her hunting It is the duty of every man who takesa campaign total for Bradford Registrants wishing to drop meeting of the boards. 9-Foot

companion removed a loaded shotgun boy hunting to properly instructthe County currently stands at$482 Mat-, deferments and be reclassifiedInto The new Instructions to local 'Gator Found Under House;
to Mrs. Hugh
from their vehicle and the weapon youth in the correct method of according Class 1-A status to take boards will be of special -
of the -
discharged. A man near Palatka was handling firearms; to set a good example hews Florida, president District. advantage announced of last a year-end month by policy the to men who hold high} Mystery Is Where It Came FromWhat
numbers In the 1970 draft lottery
carrying a loaded shotgun in his pick- fbr the young hunter, and keep Bradford residents contributed Selective Service System have Should -
up truck when it went off and killed close check on him. more than$1,330 for seals been given until midnight Dec- number a young than man holda would you think If your playing with a ball. The child's
higher that
him as he rounded a curve and the last year and a ten per cent Increase ember 31 to file for the re- reached little girl ran under the houseto mother. Linda Bowen, spied
by his local board and retrieve
Is anticipated In 1970. a ball and the.just ..-- the alligator under the house
gun fell against the door. A 14yearold Actually, there is no excuse for classification according to an number 195 has been set as the a few feet away was a Just a few feet from the little
boy was killed in Nassau announcement by Local Board highest number which any local
County shooting a man in the woods. Deer used within dozing nine-foot alligator? girl.
when another hunter mistook him fora Contributions are No. 18.Such. board can reach-- It Is to his That's what actually happened Several In
hunters are supposed to shoot bucks the area to right respiratory requests may be received advantage to voluntarily give men the party;
deer. only, and anyone who shoots in the direction diseases through public health by the local board by up his deferment and receive and recently Francis the home Silcox of Mr. including tor) Mr. Silcox WLGa-

of a noise in the undergrowthor education community; service, that date or carry a postmark I-A classification.such cases SR235 (Lester Johns Road) on in the Carter child's and Carl Wilson

These are but a few of the many because he "thinks" he sees some- and professional education programs dated December 31, 1970, or the registrant will move to a the western part of the coun their cowboy know-how grandfather to work put
Mrs. Mathews said.Additional
mishaps due to carelessness.Little thing behind the bushes cannot possi- earlier. lower draft priority; group on ; and lassoed the alligator drag-
programs In air conservation ty.To
Jan. 1
I. 1971 with the membersof
bly have made the all-important decision and smoking and make the incident more ging It from its hiding place.
The the 1970
Instructions with
wonder that Paul Mains, out- whether the object he is shoot- health are also among priority; by new Dr. Curtis W. Tarr wereissued reached numbers.priority; un- mysterious where there was no indication In the process of thrashing
door writer on a Jacksonville news- ing at has antlers or not. In other projects of the association.All National Director of Selective While recognizing that young tor came from.The huge Silcox alliga-home itself around in the the 'gator entangled

paper, lost his patience and delivered words, he is breaking the law per se persons who received Service, and alter previous policy men holding lottery numbers sits in the middle of a 100- ing the men the rope trouble almost of sav-
tying -
Christmas Seals to
the following scolding in a recent by the fact he is shooting at some- mall In their contributions are as which required applications higher than the local board acre cleared field with no near him up. While loading the
to be In the hands high could limit
of local effectively their
column: by ponds streams.. New
thing he ,does not River 'gator in a the
see. Any person soon as possible. pick-up, creature -
boards prior to the December vulnerability; to the draft by Is about
who takes "sound shots" or who shoots west of the tried to bite a hunk out
being classified into I-A by theyearend site
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fender and
at moving Lushes or tree tops has no -----------1 Dr. Tarr said that A family gathering being out
"Death in the woods is a tragic business in the woods with the law allows young men to was several teeth.
a gun. held at the Silcox Tho
ASCS home alligator later turned
thing and each time it occurs it could: He Is a menace to himself, as wellas i I County? Office Accepting I elect whether they will apply when little Stacey Bowen 19- over to officers was of the Game
have been avoided with a little com- others. for a deferment and those months-old daughter of Mr.and Department who released It In
mon sense. There is never an open young men granted deferments Mrs. Robert Bowen ran under the Camp Blanding Wildlife
Livestock should be able to them
Feed ApplicationsLeaton drop If the edge of the
house :
season on people, but maybe some Apparently there is a reluctance to desired. while Management Area.Library .

crazy hunters have not been told. crackdown of the "accidental"killer The new policy was Issued not able to voluntarily drop -

Human slaughter has been going on but that is the only way that some of Morgan Jr.. chairman eligible livestock at 105 per- because various boards this classification.
for years and nothing has been doneto this trigger-happy group will be taughtto of the Bradford County; Agri- cent of the base price. Feed throughout the country were Dr. Tarr pointed out that Holds
cultural StabUzation and Conservation grains available for purchaseare scheduling their last meetingof all deferments were Issued for
stop It. think before they shoot. Committee (ASC) announces corn, grain sorghum barley the year at different times, a limited time usually for one Member ,Drive

that applications are and oats.Program Dr. Tarr said. By defining a year and that It Is the ros-
being accepted at the county; regulations provide specific cut-off date the new ponsiblllty; of the registrant
The Bradford, County ASCS office for the purchaseof that livestock producers,other- policy allows all registrantsan submit documentation for an extension Friends! of the Library are
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED livestock feed under the recently wise eligible, can purchase feed equal amount of time to of his deferment. In the conducting a drive for mem-
grain under the program only If take advantage of the classification
authorized Livestock absence of documentation, local bers and also to acquaint more
Feed Program Bradford County they do not have sufficient feed offer. Previous tochan- boards are Instructed to people with the Bradford County-
1879 Is one of the 35 counties designated on hand for their livestock and ging this policy on dropping registrants reclassify Library and its resources
l by Secretary of Agri- are unable to purchase It deferments registrants hold- into I-A. This means Promptly that
eBiHe culture Hardln as disaster through normal trade channels Ing deferments were generally registrants wishing to continue all
areas eligible for assistance without undue financial hard- unable to voluntarily relin- their deferments should submit Mrs. T.A. Yawn, presidentof
How through the purchase of Com- ship. Producers must show need quish them as long as they the supporting documentalon the organization said that
M lorcly U they dwelling modity; Credit Corporationowned for the feed and file a financial continued to meet criteria for their local boards. t: single memberships cost $1
FLORI ESS place.-(Psalms 81M.Our t. feed grains. The dlsa- statement when they file their deferments except at the end family, memberships are$2 anda
ter was declared as a result request at the county; office of the deferment period when 7c 7 snrP-L-- donor can become a library
Immediate environ of severe damage caused by Interested livestock producers they could cancel them simplyby patron with the payment of $10,
ASSOCmTI ON the Southern Corn Leaf Blight are urged to contactthe not submitting the necessary J Contributions : be mailed to
our-elves. county; ASCS office for complete documents for an extension.The nny
: The Livestock Feed '' Friends of the Library at 132S.
Program details on eligibility; requirements type; of deferments affected -
there i... Inhurmony in tho Is a USDA program which provides amount and pricesof by the new policy are high I Walnut St.
homo office1 or plant wo should assistance toellglble farmers feed which can be purchasedat school and college deferments;
,E. L. MATTIIEWB Edltor-Publlehet do something about it. We have and ranchers In time of the reduced prices and other occupational deferments, edu-
FoMtsned each Thunday and entered M Secoa the ability to bring about harmony an emergency to help preserve details of the program. The cational deferments and paternity .l.l'There' The organization U also asking -

CUM Matter al the POll Office al Stark, Florida if we work at it. If there their foundation herds county; ASC committee Is res- ; and hardship deferments.The for used books, hard cover
of or paperbacks for annual
I cattle and other livestock ponsible for administering the t-Y classification una- the
iM tli.scord Wt. In .
under Act of cnn ln'iicemakent. : sale
March 3rd, M7.. Wo rebuild' Eligible producers may purchase program In the county; and must cceptable for military service one advantage- In at the BradfordCounb',
*bs rtptloa la trade nest 1 year, ".00; Outside trust and can the feed for their foundation determine the eligibility; of each except In national emergency being married you can't Fair. !Hooks may be brought\ 1 to
trap area 1 ; work to tome into herds at 80 percent of the feed who for make the library or upon request'
year, .gsO. producer applies as- Is not affected by the new pol fool of yourself with.|
agreement: with other grain base price and for other sistance. icy. Men classified UY are out knowing ui"! will be. picked up at UK.donlJr'ahome.

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In lawtey RaifordPostoffices .. Farm. % Homeby
e .

May Be Filled SoonTwo Some tin iftA : ':
Director( *Bradford orgt> lIug'jtlns County ns .as giamuse ;.

post office appointments vents !probably due to efforts -
0 0
In the area, that have been ;
on the part of the Nixon
hanging fire for almost three administration to "take politics Cooperative Extension Service ente h : ; .

)' near may be announced' ,. 1r out of postal appoint
the future. :
ments. Under the old system
Lawtey has bedn' without a of appointing> postmasters. Representatives
' postmaster since the> retire ORNAMENTAL PESTS the garden complete. U you
in bad the
ment of Mrs. Mae Wells In the privilege o f recommending Insect pests are much eas. have sausage and corn bread, !
meal la not complete with- or talte drivet't.-
February 1968.Raiford has been to the Senate one of the ler to prevent or control wher. your
without a postmaster since the "top three" in the examination you know something about how out mustard or turnips.
For the first time !in the "
retirement of Mrs. i Gertrude for a postmastershlp. If they develop and feed. Insects l
Hart in March 1968. according to twen -ftve or thirty years,with '.
approved by the Senate, the damage plants J 'r,,
During the interim, Mrs. Robert This is some growers, this highly destructible o..;
name went to the President' their feeding habits. ... ...
E. Lee has been serving for final appointment.The determined by the make-up of turnip mosaid has ;:
as acting postmaster at Law new Postal Reorganisation the head and mouth parts.There hit. When It hits before har- '.;r
fey and Miss Betty Jean Alvarez Act went into effect on August are some insects l that are vest time, the plow is the only /

in the same capacity. 12, 1970, removing Congressmen classed as beneficial In that treatment. .. Ir
You will first notice slight
+ a
at Raiford.J -
from the postmaster they feed on other Insects. ,tt
Some delay in the appoint-, appointment picture. When Most popular pest control Is and then progressing mottling
a" color of the foliage.Faded spots ,
a vancancy occurs, new postmasters with the use of chemicals.
I will appear on the leaves and
are now selected from Satisfactory control depends on
t selecting the right material, stems. Depending on age of
within the complement of career -
301DRIVEIN'. employees, if there are applying it at the right time, plants, there may be some ,
any such who qualify. If qualified using the right amount, and applying .- stunting of growth. 1 ,\
This turnip mosaic is a type
career employees are it in the right way.
of virus and there is a long
Many times the home
not available within the ser- gar-
list of different In most
dener will get a recommen- types
I vice area of the postofflce concerned : -
then outside applicants dation suggesting something cases, as in this one, it Is
brought in by that familiar plant
may take the examination for like one pint or one pound
Show Begins At Sundown the position per one hundred gallons of lice or aphid

Mrs Lee said that the first water. Then the question 1s-
FRL, SAT. DEC.4 It examination for the Lawtey how much do I need to make why so long without this hit-
Double Feature Program postmastershlp was given back' up one or two gallons of ting us? Well, the aphid Just n u r
in 1968, but no appointment was spray? You may receive a recommendation had not been on a host plant N iii 1
announced probably due to the with the use of that naturally carries this virus a I + y
pending reform bill A second a 25% material and later notice We hope they will come \ A
examination was given last that is in only 20% or ma- from different plants from now l av

.,.. month, Mrs. Lee said and the be 579wAramd on before they attack our leafy +i
+ the home will r-- r
top three contestants selected. you vegetables. ny Sl"k
LLOYD BRIDGES She said that an announcement' have a variety of pests like When aphids become thick > f /

ANNE FRANCIS of the appointment is expected scale, mealy bugs, spider enough, some of them develop s
|nG)t UNIVEKtl PICTURE in COlOU Q'5> before the first of the year. mites, aphids, thrIp, caterpillars wings and fly. They may be r/t .
At Raiford, Miss Alvarez said grasshoppers, cutworms, carried a distance by the wind.
-. PLUS that no date had been set for .etc.Now So, I would like to encourage I.. C] ia,
the examination pending "re- what am I trying t tc anybody with a row of leafy ',."rY.
evaluation" of the post office say? We have just receive: vegetables to make a special -...........,: fy -
for career employees. a revised and very complete x effort to control aphids If you --- 8 tPVrt
Appointments are now made circular giving you some good are having rouble getting control 4 --- ;fl'lx',
by the Post Master General Information about all these call us and we can pro- F.r I arG
upon recommendation of a special things. If you have flowers and bably suggest another insecti >1 ,
t ; Postal Department boardin shrubs, you should have this cide.
Atlanta. circular "Controlling pests attacking Our
;.,;40 flowers and shrubs" PERMITS gift can t
j f r All bonafide users of agricultural
,Y Zoning Board CASSIA OCCIDENTALS pesticides still do not ,.'Ih

Gets ApplicationAn harvested This is com most fields often,found In fence in have of a permit those you for purchasingone may need help him throughRight scho l.

rows, and will come up infields but is on the restricted list. .
were planted to sum Some dealers are having to
uneventful session of the
mer grazing crops, etc. It is m vYa
get a little more strict. Remember -
Bradford County Zoning Commission a killer of cattle, when they
/ was held Tuesday,Nov. eat it, even if it is known that the dealer must now your high school or college thats! misspelled stands put like a fliire) hrllxvlquidwlr| (| .1 I Kill' (of,r,>vC'ftt.: l'lrrtricstudenUSbuckingthetoughestmoetcompeti '
24, in the new courthouse. An to us only as coffee beans. have a permit to stock and sell IliscreutivethinkinggetsnudlecLlA( |ientablesmAml i riruureSroitl! "iia
application was received from There are two types and the these restricted pesticides. tive schooling this country has ever devised. typewriter! lake! ideas as(fast as he can Imunklvatinlil6'urnneirtitrvlihthat'IlWhy I ( ; ; \
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shannon characteristics should remember is breaking the law when he not give a gift that can help? wing them) liel Ipa|> student Inn john Wayne requesting rezoning of a por- areon you the poison sells to you and you have not For instance,a Smith-CoronaLlettric And a quiet little miracle called II'" 'imply ,i lgdllhu'I1hl'fi.| "
tion of their properly; east of type the seed pods curve upward been certified and registeredas Portable.Because here! what can happen. Organisation occurs. I,
Starke from RI-A (exclusively and a bonafide user. We have lie can learn to type twice as fast as ASmith-Corona can make a t
flattened while
are ,
is"Chisqm"PANAVISION" ) the application form and it is writing by hand. difference to We ti Smithllrona.. /
residential to ORCopen( rural seed pods on the safe type your teenager D :
). A hearing will be held'' curve downward and are rounded my responsibility; to certUyyou H is spelling can improve(A typed word knowbecuusewe'vealready .
If are eligible.( It will take
on the request after application Cattle
TECHNICOLOR" are killed each year you about two minutes to do ffffff.IW<;fOmfM MAHCHAN
has been advertised for by eating the poison type. Cattle
FRfJMWamet bros. this when you come to our Bradford
*Kmoey company ({QJ I the The required time. Commission eating this poison type will of flee. 'application mailed County Telegraph t
*'++Yvha: r'sTiistin: :::::.: ?.\: "5:2i:: 'n N Zoning go down In Just a few days to Tallahassee and In afar ;
.m. meets in the courthouse the and
usually are unable to get
last >in each days you will received your (AUTHORIZED SCM DEALER)
SUN., MON. DECK 7 Tuesday month. up. Remember the curve of permit.

... the seed pod as you walk through
RATED 1-tr1 your fields. 'fIHi' UR' "tlPIIM'IO ItfWI i'I NI/' Y114NUUIlA1WI/ : AI.. '4"." ULJq. .. 0:11.:2. : .

AD I. $1.00 CORRECTIONI! TURNIP MOSAIC --._......-_-._......_.....-_...._......._......._;....-_.-_.._...""_'-_H-_-.-_.-_-.._..:.-_-.-_-.._....____________......___....._....-..: .r r err nt _nl l...ahn m..2'1..1, !h.' n C1!,.:.:.........:.. ..::1 1...+n- .-.....h..'i.! t.i.:: .._t.,"".I MApJr1. ...: -:!"". ,
18 Yrs. Up r, ,- ';'". -' ,! T.m---.OO--; ; ;, :;; :;; .. ;.;;;: ;; .. ;.
In a Nov. 26 article on Bradford Many of our farmers grow
High School student elections turnips and mustard for a cash

"1r(Ju( [!'if lYJ : [J}a aTHE giving, The the Telegraph impression erred that in crop.crop and Most it people is usually with a a good fall Van H. Priest Co. TRY HERE FIRST

newly-elected President Len and winter garden will Include
Register and newly-elected mustard and turnips to make
Vice-President Richard Roberts WE HAVE EVfRYTHWC TO
; oppose an open campus ,
for BHS students. TRIM YOUR TREE .. / .;1
Green Named .b a / .
The word "not" was mistakenly qI. (r, t
Included and the following .
Chairman Of
sentence In the article r a ,. aber, tuo t.w f'f'I
OBIG should read: ". .both say Defender GroupPublic R +w ,,, i ,
IN84LONIYI they will work toward an open IN I
campus for students, although b3tn,
"" neither has made that a campaign Defender RA. Buz- '
1,a woman;; promise. zy) Green Jr., of Gainesville, ;i' 9 ,,,;. L JN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lex Greenof .., i j
: '
Starke, has been elected ", ,
Star of Theresa ind Isabella1
chairman of the National Defender
s\'J'\l My Neighbors"Don't Committee of the National i ,,- '
Legal Aid and Defend. In'f! 1I I
The Total Female An'mal' er Association. The announcement L .c..a..Maa i'if ,
was made recently at the Ornaments-29c-69c-1.00 famous namei t

organization's meeting In Sar Icicles 29c 69c BATH TOWKl&ol88c ;
Antonio, Texas. Garlands 49c 88c and 9Sc n'"tw
For the past two Green
Jumbo Size (
a has been vice chairman of the Angel. Hair 59c Fall and Holiday Styles IiJ9t.}
committee which sets national Sizes 1-3 $1.98 4.98 -t til':

\: defender policy and advises the From General Klectric!: Co. Sizes 3-6 $2.98 S5.98
association.: ., \nd J Peerless Co. Sizes 7.14-3,98 $8.98
"I believe the most serious Also Imports
tarrnen alr{ domestic crisis facing America 'Ptkes From 88e to $5.00
today is the overcrowdedand
unresponsive conditions we

CARL UTALEVK ufnneowii'MOHNER-CLAUDE e.oevMSnoeA..uii.oa.'RINGER;; .. d a find system In,"our Green criminal said, pledging Justice ******* BICYCLES a-Mr 4 yy w o

_..._V.o! __.... worry, :Mr. Glotskin. his continued effort to obtain
Old bureaucrats never die- reforms and Increased -
th ders.prosecutors, and public defen- -

Green was also elected to a h '
FLORIDA THEATRE three-year term on the board i ,;p Toy Trucks
of directors. He has been National t.\.\ 'I i I,I y
Conference Program I ''r d hl ';II'tl'.''It All Sizes 59c t to $5.00
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 chairman of the association !
from 1965 to 1969 and for rl ,
the past two years was chair-
FRI. SAT., SUN. -' DEC. ..5, 6 man of a seminar sub-com A GREAT SELECTION "
Double Feature Program milted which sponsored five c
1.98 $2.98 $3.98
regional seminars two of them (

The bizarre world you met in''Planet Of The Apes'was only in Florida. ... BICYCLES 13 ID. rrize_...;19.98 And Up ,

the be lnnin ...WHAT UES BENEATH MAY BE THE ENDI He the is Special presently Advisory a memberof Com- k\\ 18 In. size 24.98 ,,, + ,rt.

mittee to the Florida Supreme TRICYCLES ,,, ,, -.
/ l; Court, drafting changes In the 8 ID. me n.98
i) 4 !NJJJI Florida Rules of Criminal Pre- a4zKa..We also have 10" to a-- -.
cedure and In the Florida Sta :
I 13" and 16" sizes r
F tutes. ; +
7w Commenting on his national yl fi?

chairmanship, Green said \ i o 1
"Reforms In this system are ,
absolutely essential If It is to
M1i { meet the needs of our complex .
I t s society.; In the final analysis .
our courts are our first ,,
and last lines of defense against \
Banlona, Nylons or Blends

sOld Beautiful Nylons and Rayons Beautiful Colors Popular Colors With and Without-Tfes' :

U' 'Jge 49e 59c $1.98 $2.98 up to $-1.98 : .

f, uS TAR K E The Complete Shopping Center ...

/t l l l lI

ClLWftn3J A1umltr UWIS .r I VAN H. PRIEST CO. Downtown ''

"Women diet either to keep STARKE .r.
tr't r J their boyish girlish husbands.figure" or their Manager THis is TRULY THE CHRISTMAS 'STORE: ;

')cc. 1. 1971)) .. Telegraph; FaRe t 7Vacancies


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S Paul Stephens Services Held Dave Swindell ,0" (? (i' > O''j) ( '/

Services HeldSaturday For Mrs NewbernIn Services Held >

Gainesville At HamptonDave tf i ll6W .lJ C ". d J; gf If/ & fe T

: ..
Paul Darrln Stephens, 9, Mrs. Christine J. (Chris) Swindell, 89, of Hampton ::::=:::::::=:: =

died Thursday Nov. 26 In a Newbern, 62,formerly Starke died Saturday morning In .
Jacksonville hospital after a and Gainesville died Tuesday.
a Starke hospital after a fingering -
brief Illness. He was born In Nov. 24, In Alachua General illness. He was bornin

Jacksonville on August 26,1961. Hospital. In recent years, she Hampton on May 1, 1881, CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
and was a student in the Starke and her husband,Worth G.New was a retired farmer and a CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH: OF CHRIST Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morn-
Elementary School.: He was a bern had resided in their lake member of the Hampton Chris- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn BAPTIST MISSION: Bible Study 10 a.m. BETIIEL BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Youth
member of the Church of home near Interlachen.Mrs. tian Church. ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser-!. U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- Sunday:Worship and Communion -; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
Christ. tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Morning ;.ng Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Wednesday 8 p.m.
is his wife, Ethel vice 6:00 Evening
Surviving :
pan. Worship Service, 11 a.m. Evening services -
Surviving are his parents School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch
Newbern was a nativeof Broughton Swindell, of Hampton .7.p.m. 6.Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Stephens Illinois, but moved to Starkeat ; three sisters Mrs. J.W. Thursday night..Prayer; Meet t vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Worship service -Meeting. J.C., 7:30:Saunders.p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Wednes- pastor.
; two brothers, Freddie.Jr. an early age with her parents Hagan Mrs. A.O. Andreu, and 7:30 p.m. Service 7:30: p.m. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway 5-100 A, Starke (Grif-
., and Kenneth Stephens, all the late Mr. and Mrs. Miss Hannah Swindell, all of ,.;;Ivy Luke Pastor dayLeroy fis Loop).
of Starke and Ms grandparents Olive, pastor, "
; A.L. Kahr. She received her Starke. Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morning
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stephens early training In photographywith Graveside funeral services SMYRNA MISSIONARY Griffis, associate pastor. Sunday9:45 a.m. Sunday
//B.JP-T.OSCIIRISTIAN Worship at 11. Training Union
Sr., of Starke and Mr. BAPTIST CHURCH CIIURCirSunday School, 11 a.m., Morning Wor-
Studioin .
the Hoover Bros. were held at Ja.m.\ Mondayin 7:30.
630. Evening Worship, :
and Mrs. Edwin Starling, Law- Starke, and later operated Hampton Cemetery with J.C. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Morn- ship, 6 p.m. Training Union Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wed-
ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening
tley. studios of her own here and Brown, minister of the First vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. BROOKER 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30.Rev.. Don R.
Funeral services were held, in Gainesville. Christian Church of Starke officiating Preaching 11 a.m. Training Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- Worship, -James Shaw, pas- Wednesday- Prayer Ser
at 2 p.m. Saturday at the graveside DeWitt C. Jones Fun- Union 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- ship Services, 11\ a.m. and 7 tor. vices.Rev. Drawdy, Pastor.

In Crosby Lake Cemetery Besides her husband, Mrs. eral Home was In charge of ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. 'p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- Bob Cooper, Pastor KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
with Rev. Jack Bell, pastor of Newbern Is survived by a sis- arrangements. Elder;: A.G. Flynn, pastor,, :!tev. Lacy Conway pastor. BROOKER Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
the Starke Church of Christ ter, Mrs. W.A. Stern and a CHURCH. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor-
officiating. Interment was PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship
niece Miss Louise Stern, of ;
the direction of DeWitt CHRISTIAN METHODIST CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30
Starke. Worship School, 10 Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve-
C. Jones Funeral Home. Sunday School, 10 a.m. a.m. Ron Bris-
Sunday School 10 Morn- Wednesday.
a.m. tol, ning Worship, 7p.m. Wed. Prayer -
DIMENSIONPEACE Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Superintendent. Training ;
Robert West.
Pastor Rev.
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- ,
Union, Meeting and Bible Study, 7
6:45 Lowell
Funeral services were held vice 6 '-Rev. Y.W. KIdd, pastor. : p.m. Douglas
Evening Worship,
sFCLtlatmss Book of Psalms.
Director. Worship Services p.m. Study on
at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7:30: p.m. Wednesday night
gift catalogues at Williams-Thomas Chapel in prayer meeting, 7:30: p.m. 11 a.m., 7:30.: tavern Outlaw, G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-

are so handsome that a Gainesville. Interment was In When Christ was born In Beth. Rev. Neal Starling, pastor EVERGREEN BAPTIST music director. Welcome. Ing Worship, 11 !a.m. Training
collection of them would Evergreen Cemetery, Gaines- lehem the multitude of heavenly, Highway 125.Northwest of Law- Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
make a alee Christmas gift. ville. School, 10 a.m.Morn 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
host praised God saying, "Gloryto CHURCH OF GOD tey, Sunday HEILBRONN \PTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
God In the highest, and on PROPHECY BROOKER ing Worship 11:15.: Sunday Night 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
OF Wednesday CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School, -L.L. Parker, pastor.
Earth peace, good will toward Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Service 7:30: p.m. 9:45 Morning Worship,10:45:
Sunday 9:45: a.m.MornIng a.m.
men." (Luke 2:14): veep in UIU Ing Worship, 11 a.m.Young Peo Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.Hev. Worship, 11. Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST tnum.ii
: : ;; hearts of the common peopleof ple's Service, 6 p.m. Evange- Albert Knight, pastor. 5.30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mornng -
r % ''tl the earth there Is a longingfor listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: P.m. Worship, 11. Training Union,
-I peace. In spite of this we day Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 5:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
M' I are given dally evidence that Come and worship with us.
there is very little real peace! -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastor. Sunday a.m.
197 O in the world. There is turmoilon ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
every hand, and crime Is Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
I continually on the Increase. On GREATER BETHLEHEM LATTER DAY SAINTS Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
(Highway 100 at Theressa)
the International scene condi- FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH 1404 E. Bessent Road Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Pre-
Sunday School- Morn-
tions are no better. In the LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. a.m. Services (Booster Band Young

t MONDAY, DEC. 7 t face of these conditions many Con; Ash & Chestnut. Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacrament ing Union-Worship-6:30: p.m.;a.m.Evenlng.Wor-; Training People, and Prayer Service), 6

persons, ignorant of God's waj School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship, Morning Worship, 11 a.m':; Evening 6 p.m. ship- 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
PRE-SESSION MUSIC 7:15 P.M. of bringing peace, have despaired 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service, Worship 7:30: pjm.:'; Mid MondayMia 7:30 p.m. p.m.Wednesday Night Prayer Ser- Midweek Service, Wednesday
of any hope of peace 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams week Bible Study, Wednesday, TuesdayPrimary 4:30 p.m vices7:30 Merle 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland,
t I p.m.
I The Scriptures are clear thai pastor. WednesdayRelief Society; Pastor.
7:30: p.m. 7:30 Packham, pastor.
the only basis for the peace p.m.Jesse
Be In church Sunday.
fiRSTHURCH that we have been discussing, D. Branson, Branch
Rev, W.R Mercer, pastor
t I is found In God. It will be Important FIRST UNITED METHODIST Pje: $ident.

I for one to know, that In STARKE .. .
STARKE, FLA. -- -eSSS --------- -- --- -- --- --- ---- -
a real sense peace is not
very Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning r ,
an attainment of man; it is a Worship, 11; Junior and Senior 1fg
I tt t, gift of God. To be right with MYF groups, 6 p.m. I I
God is to have peace. Except WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal -

SPEAKERRev. tt t I ure there of be man a change toward In God the thereis nat 7:30: ; Chancel, 7p.m.Choir Prayer Rehearsal Meeting,, : CW S :

t T. D. HALL no hope of peace on earth. 7:45.: .

Basically, the only way to usherin I t I II
an era of peace, whether it -DeWitt T, Farabee
Jr.EY .
;. INSPIRATIONINFORMATION I( be in the home, the community; ;". 71 I II
t I f' "Purge mt unfit' \\iyftop. and I shall be clean, wash mf, ;;
the nation, or the world, is to
\ ,, : have people with peace In their CONGREGATIONAL I and I hall be whiter,' 'than snout" The Psalmist .. t tI
t tt hearts. I : : desired, to be pure and while' as snow and knew
t CHALLENGE Sunday School 9:45 a.m.;Mor- I I
J.C. Brown, Jr. Minister ning Worship 11 a.m.; Youth .* that this could come only from Coil

First Christian Church Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- I :. '\:. Complete joy ami gladness of a pure heart) I II

t ATTENDANCE ship Tuesday 7 p.m.Prayer Meeting 7:30 I ,. .. '\,is. tx l'' can be yours too. when you walk close I II
: MADISON STREET I with the Lord"la. t tI
BAPTIST CHURCH p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey,pastor. n' J
0 'I Opportunities for service: I t

500 + Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Mor- NORTHSIDE BAPTIST '
: ning Worship atll.Training Union CHURCH I va ENrv :- '''':.1:. t
6:15 WMU Circle Sunday Morning Worship 9:45; ,. C' \ '
1 : ; Prayer ;. ,1 I' .. } ; .
7:15; Evening Worship, 7:30. Sunday School, 1\\. Sunday Eve _. f ..., ;.;." I't:!\: t 1.
Practice ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training : ;" .
NEW RIVER BAPTIST ASSN. MondayYouth Choir .f : .n.I". t'
7 p.m.WMU meeting,7:30.: Union, 7:30. ;:, ;vtfv'7f( ; I '
1 ThursdayTeachers and Officers Jo \ \ "t.
I TuesdayMission Friends, t
Girls In Action, Acteens, 3:30: Meeting. 6:30.: Prayer t >.j fevV .*. f.aS&tfv X 1. J,*V!,. ''j
II p.m. RA's, 6 p.m. Meeting 7:30.Edward ; V- : ?, t
( T I
{ .
WednesdayPrayer Meeting, C. Harvey, pastor.ST. \0
I 7:30 p.m. Church Choir Practice .- '.' t
Rev. Laurence Carroll, Deacons Meeting, 8:30 MARK'S EPISCOPAL .

'--t Sumrall, pastor. Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd --
(Sundays, 11\ a.m. Morning Prayer M 'i..6; ...J\". -"'.

2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. :=: = .
'. John M. Flynn, Rector. : f"" f'nni' >r7crT. ii -
0 I
I r= for dOi"Id'
: w-- s '
gency i in this it
I I j of His, demandhformansto, ,0,an, loot f far World .
Nothing new 1 loving ,. "'pondo lo''ond
n.ghbor; 'that'
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH t. ,love 0''God Without', this' b'l
under the Christmas tree'How ? Sunday School, 10a.m.; Morn- will' I Ion 9 no gOY"nm.n, w OCi'grounding", or ;In ,the a

.. .J/I ing Worship, 11\ a.m.; Evening I so dear will Persevere,,, and 'the freedoms whith Way 0' hf." '

Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer y a selfish' inevitably P.rith' ''. 111"0" ._
I point .
Meeting and Bible Study, for the view one should, ,
soh 0''the i upport 'the
7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng weNore of himself I
every Monday, 7 p.m. and i1yondhut however, and hit ;
G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone I participate" in,the Church evay person sllould
Welcome.ST. obovt, man's life, dlO," :because i it,tells ''h

r.7 I alone will,,, set him 'r" ,to I I'vse, ',"r;o. 'fUlII I

EDWARD'S CATHOLIC t (............So... a. child 0' .

Father James Cregan, pastor. t
Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday
Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, t
7 I ItaS
p.m. I
Confessions Saturday, 6 ,

p.m.School t___ ,
of Religion: : -- ------- - StaS-.S-SSi- -- -
Grade School-- Sunday, 11
a.m. to 12 noon.
High School Wednesday 7 "
: I ; to 8 p.m. FLORIDA STARKE 66"

Hill Edward
s :' Ph. 961-7231
Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy <

Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. :>vw ONTROL Tire 'l'ruinjtHeadlight

Brake Service
STARKE Carl Hurst Phone 961.6111

Wheel Balance and
SundayBrotherhood, 7:30,
:339 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
Sunday School, 9:45: : Morning; 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment
.t' Worship at 11, Sermon: "Some Phone 961-5745 for FREE
Would Even Dare to Die" Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICEAll

Training Union, 6:15: ; Evening Inspections and Estimates
Worship, 7:30: Sermon: "Cou- *10 S. Temple Starke Minor Repairs.

rageous- Caleb" 617 N. Temple Ave Starke
eCJs Monday- Trustees Meet,5:30:
{ M "11"lGIIT! First Baptist

Church Starke, Fla., Rev. T.D
TuesdayJunior Choir Mission

Friends, Girls in Action, SUPPLIES, Inc. ABSTRACT CO.
3:30: p.m.; Primary Choir, Girlsin
r Action; 415.: Ethel Biggs
Group Christmas Party, 7:00 Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Heller Hen ice For Your
p.m.; Brownlee Group meetsat
home of Mrs. Muriel Nor Complete Paint Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems

man, 7:30: p.m. Sporting Good, Jack and Gladys! EdwardsU. Abstracts
Wednesday RA Meeting, 5

p.m., Family Night Supper, 6 S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
about electric ? p.m., Prayer Meeting 6:30.: "Check With Us First" >
gifts Teachers and Officers PHONE 961.5312
1 IRS' \V. Call Ph. !961-6881 1
7:15 Church St.
: Choir Practice, 219 Washington

Now there's a new idea to put under the mas with a gift they've always wanted- 8:15.Thursday WMS Foreign -

good old Christmas tree! In fact countlessnew like an electric toothbrush,blender or color Mission Book Study "Taiwan: CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
J ideas. You can go as far as you like TV. Electrical gifts are practical..preferred Unfinished Revolution" taught ,

with an electric gift-what about an elec- ..appreciated oy Mrs. John McGuIre 5:30: Owned Hy Those We Ki-re In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Member live HotterElectrically"
tric outdoor barbecue? Or brighten Christ- And there are hundreds to choose from. P.m.W.A.
Hogan -Keystone' Heights-Phone 173-1911!)

F=I=JUl. Pastor -


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State Prison ,. A' week. Dr. John Hull is speaker Mrs. James "Chltty;; and Mrs. of Culfbreeze. Mr. and Mrs. Here for Thanksgiving with Mrs. Marklee Norman, Carl Mr. and MraiRAY' ; Brannenof
for the week's evangelistic Copeland of Lake Santa Fe Billy Home of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill were Dennison, Mrs. Frankie Jean Bedford Lake Miss Jessie
Conditions+t HAMPTONSCHOOL meetings, beginning each evening Hoatasses for the party; were For Thanksgiving dinner at Debbie Hill from St. Petersburg Keyes and family and Gary and Mae Mrs.Brannen E.L. of Brown Bartow.and children Mr.
at 7:30: pjnM and continuing Mrs. Stone Mrs. Lawton the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Patricia Totten and Bar- Rahmes spent the Thanksgiving Brown attended
Deplored 87..... D. .. DID through Sunday Dec. Youngblood. Mrs. Tracy Jones, Blrt, guests included Mr. and bara Dungan of Cleveland 0., weekend in Ft. Myers with Mrs. and the Mrs.North T.F Florida Coun--
13. Mrs. Broome, Mrs.June Had Mrs. Tommy Rogers of Nor- and Wendy Hill from Gaines Nlta Johnson and Mrs. Merle try Music show InLake, But .,'
A dock and Mrs. Dean Stinson. folk. Va., Mrs. George Payne ville. Singleton and family.CHUCK. ler Saturday night )

Florida prisons. an In a PICTURES DUE MLSCELLANEOUSSHOWERHONORS KENNAN and children, Linda Rhonda __ _. _.__.__._._._._u_ ...-...-.-- .- --._-- ----
School pictures were sent CAROLYN PERSONALS and Hollan, of Charleston S.C.,
=tweeeccodidlr to aiQffiSenator home by the children Monday Miss Carolyn Kennan whose Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ward of and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hlg.
William Ounter, of Orlando : according to Principal Leonard wedding to Roy Morgan Is Fri Lafayette, Ind. were here visIting nett of Denton Md. Mr and SHOPBullington's / '
who made a recent Register. Parents are to either day evening, was guest honor the Ralph Trisler family Mrs. Rogers were visiting here
of state correctional. Institutions. tour send the money or return at a bridal shower Monday night last week. On Thanksgiving all last week, with the Birts. i
the pictures by Friday this at Hampton Baptist Church. day Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ivey and with Mr. and Mrs. Ru-
week he said. White streamers, doves and of Perrine, former neighbors dolph UeWaters. -
Christmas vacation at Hamp wedding bells were hung from of the Trlslers, stopped here .
Sen. Gunter led his
appropriations ton Elementary School >is two the ceiling to decorate the room, for a visit.Last weekend,guests
on a tour of weeks this year as at other and a-bell-skirted bride and with Mr. and Mrs. Trisler and
the RaIford prison Lake Butler schools in the groom beneath an arch was family were Mr. and Mrs. FOR :
county; Friday
Reception prison Lowell and the women's Dec. 18, is the last day of placed before a bright pink George Zelen and Judy of Na- 7010\.05 .xCommercial ;;, .
wall hanging. Paper lace bells
school before the holidays and ranja. '
"At RaIford we' Inspected an classes resume on Monday,Jan. with ribbon streamers were ; And Portrait; Photography
Institution built for 2,600 prisoners given as favors and tagged for Ronnie Knight stationed at : J
and now housing 3,500," 4.A Christmas program will the door prize. Jupiter with the Coast Guard 666
Sen. Gunter said'"In the cell- be presented by Miss Shlrra A Bible presentation ceremony spent last weekend here with WEDDINGS .REUNIONS ANNIVERSARIES
block known as the rock' there Balr's first grade class dur- for the couple was led by Mr. and Mrs.J.W. Home.
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ten men to cell, ing the last Mrs. C.R. Hicks, with Arbutus r
were a bath- week of school Eddie McRae of Tampa died I .
Mary and Helen>Pearsall,Paula II ,
room facilities and ventilation II :
Mr. and Mrs. I
suddenly Friday.
were inadequate, and the Inmates MRS. MABEL FLETCHER and Elaine Kennan, Sheila Curtis Glenn Thomas drove to Tampa Camera -- 1 Jewelry ; I ,
showed ," he Mrs. Mabel Fletcher veteran Sheila Haddock. DebbiHicks. Sunday and Mrs. Leslie Jones ;,I ,, I I Gift
added. teacher In Bradford County Sharon Williams and Joy )
and Ada Mae Thomas attended :5i 9i I
"Fights are commonplace, ; schools and at Hampton Ele- Saxon taking part. Mrs. J.G. the funeral Monday. Mr.McRae ( Dept.# Dept. I 'II
and there have been killings," mentary School from August Broome sang UOPertectLove"In was the brother-in-law of Mrs. MI I Dept. +i
Gunter said. "Frankly the 1969 through the 1970 summer closing. Jones and Glenn, Wlllard and I I 1 1.nJ
situation is explosive." session, died[ at the University; Mrs. Bill Stone won the game Albert Thomas of Hampton.Mr. r>) ,la riKGreeting.
The senator said the Lake Medical Center In Gainesville prize before opening the gifts, and Mrs. A.G. Pope were I h'.
Butler facility'' }is' so over- Friday, Nov. 27. Mrs. Fletcher and Miss Elaine Kennan won the here from Eau Gallle to spend I=. CAMERAS : '
crowded that many men are had been ill since August, door prize. Refreshments of Thanksgiving day with Mr. and
sleeping on the Door. He des- and had spent much of that bright pink punch and pink and Mrs. E.G. Saxon and family.Mr. [ We sell and PROJECTORS : Large Selection
cribed the women's prison at time[ In the hospital, and underwent white frosted cakes carried out and Mrs. Otto Hicks Jr. AND TAPERECORDERS I .Cards"Noritaka" .
Lowell as a "tlnderbox." Conditions kidney surgery recently. the color scheme. Fifty; were and family of Gainesville and install : Jewelry For China"Fenton"riFt't .;
are so bad, Gunter said, Before transferring to the present out-of-town for the occasion and Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Hicks and water : Ladies and Gents '.
as to virtually eliminate the Hampton School, she had beena guests Included family had Thanksgiving dinner FOR SALE OR RENT Glass
possibility; of rehabilitating teacher at RJE in Starke Mrs. Ruth DeSha, Bessie Seville with Mr. and Mrs. Otto : -iff, "\#!
prisoners. for many years. blood and of Waldo Mrs. Larry Young- Hicks Sr.Thankagiving. PUMPS Fresh) Film and Tape I WATCHES mULES : SiperWarePicture
Mrs. Bertha ..
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Ward and Olga Westmorelandof guests Plastic LaminatingFilm : :
the rehabilitation process to REVIVAL Lynn Halls were Mr. and Mrs. .
work when we cram first offenders Revival services at Hampton Keystone Heights Mrs. Benny LanIer of Jacksonville, Goulds, of course. And we Developed : I II
in with the, hardened Baptist Church begin Monday Frank Broome Williams, Mrs. James and Mrs. Margaret Crawfordand maintain parts and service. __ I I ,
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this"Next court time you appear be/on !tag safe speed.In Cruce Noel David Hardy, William verlano Pena failure to lave
you'd better brInE
I your comb and toothbrush at two driving while intoxicated A. Wilson Marie Las- vehicle under control. Shot In
you'll be staying here In Jail" cases, the One or bard linger Patterson, Ronald Conway Edwin Crews was fined $28 Leg
Judge Theron Yawn told one was $151. with the drivers' license Jackson, Patricia Dale for no fishing license and Frank
repeater at In County revoked for 90 days. Allen Croft Dora A. Hicks. Lee Hill, continued to December -
day -
Court James Rose, Jr., appeared Receivingand fines of $26 or for failure to surrender
; WyndellCroverwaswamed; Tuesday, Nov. 24. and pleaded guilty; and RobertE. three days for unlawful speed driver's license. Johnnie C. A 16-year-old Jacksonville Sheriffs office, accompanies,

that an additional trip to court Furlong.In were M.J. Slocum, Frankie Hollls received a three-day jail youth, on his first hunting trip, by his commanding officer, and
on similar charges would give 37 unlawful speed cases. George Wilkes, David Stanley sentence for a second offense was added to the growing list reported that he had fired the

bin a Jail sentence. He was Milton P. Stephens, Ronald Sellers Faye C. King Jerry of driving without a Ucense, of casualties for the current shot.
fined $36 for Blaise Picchi C.C. Z 1mmon. Edward Redding, Randell Alvin and two fines of $26 each for season, when shot In the thigh According to his statement
selling property w
Dean Osmond Plimmer,Eugene Russell Davis, the first offense he heard a noise In a tree
under lien, and another fine of Wheeler Eugene and failure to : by his own gun at Camp Bland-
$26 Wilson Jr., and Wayne silge Rebecca Workman Jones, Earl appear. Ing last weekend. and hiding In nearby bushes,
on worthless check charges.
Restitution was to be madeIn Hare failed to appear. Those Cooper Crockett William Hey- Lonnle James TIsdale was The youth, whose name was watched to see what was makIng -
bo'h who forfeited bond include Ste- wood Hurst, and Richard R. fined $26 each on two char- not learned was carrying a *
cases. the noise. Through the thick
In other worthless check ven Rosier, Ronald E. New- Addison The Judge suspended ges of operating a motor vehicle .410 single barrel gun while
he he
foliage thought saw a
charges, Linda Padgett pleaded man, Floyd Daniel Webb, Donald sentence In the speedingcase without a valid driver" seated on the tall gate of a fox squirrel on a limb and
Edward Bennett Sarah Mat of Fidel Esteban Moralesand license and failure to
truck started
to appearto truck When the -
gidlty; two charges, Mrs. fired his gun. He heard something -
thews Weathers Martin Lee continued the case against answer summons. suddenly, the boy was
T.L. Jones In three and up
cases, fall from the tree, but
Hicks, Lee Ruth Strlglerx Jac- Mary Davis Thomas. Robert thrown to the ground and the ,
one bad check for Van
case noise of
the the fall much
McCrary. For each case the ques Sounds Ralph F. Mar- Price Wilson pleaded not guilty -- ---_._ gun discharged sending a rifle -
fine was $26 or 10 days In chese. George Washington ; on a charge of speeding SBA Loans slug into his thigh. Fortunately greater than he had expected.He .
Jail plus restitution."It and the case set for the trial New radar unit ready to go. the shot missed bit saw a man's leg in the
seems like we processas docket. Wilson was fined $26 AvailableIn ting a bone or artery, Wildlife underbrush and realizing that
many checks down here as City Buys or three days for failure to Officer A.W. Gaylord Jr. he had accidentally shot a per-

a bank" the Judge commented. answer summons.Gregory Bradford reported. The youth was treat- son, he ran from the area
Preliminary hearings were 2 Trucks Lawrence Polite of New Radar Unit ed in Bradford County; hospital In panic.
Daytona Beach was given a and released.
set before
two assault cases
mandatory three days in Jail Bradford Is one of 26 north Hazelton said that after he
Van Prescott and
Merrllltt Terwlllegar Motors was suc- for unlawful speed of 90 mph. Florida counties In which small Gaylord said there had been had had time to compose him-
Jones, represented by cessful bidder Tuesday nighton On two additilonal charges of firms are eligible to obtain Nails Speeders"I seven hunting-related accidentsIn self, he returned to give him-
attorney Elzie Sanders, are two trucks purchased by no valid Inspection certificate business loans If they suffered Region n this season, a self up to authorities.His .
charged with aggravated assault the City; of Starke.A and violation of a driver's-- substantial economic Injury asa marked Increase over last sea- statement and all other
and Patricia Harper A]-
Ford truck There have been more
new two-ton cense restriction he was fined result of the corn blight son. Information was turned over
bertha on two charges, en- for $3,766 for than 40 such mishaps In the Richard Cobbin
was purchased $26 or three days on each. which hit here this fall. to State Attorney
tering without breaking witt the new garbage body the city; James William Nesmlth failed Small firms who have sustained -' know I wasn't going that set to sound a buzzer whena state, he said with about 10 Orange Park. No charges
to commit misdemeanor
a purchased two weeks ago for to appear, and was charged with substantial economic Injury fast! Is often the declaration vehicle passing exceeds the fatalities have been filed.

Both, and are assault felony and cases battery.and 4715. It brings the total cost failure to drive within a single as a result of Injuries patrolmen hear when a motor- speed dialed by the patrolman.The It Is reported that Melvin
of the new garbage collecting sustained by farmers because ist has been stopped for speed- audio system in the com- L. Davis,of Jacksonville Beach
woul be on the circuit: court truck to $8,481, about half what lane, and operating a mo- at damage to the 1970 corn !ne. puter will also tell the dep- who was shot from a tree at
docket if
shown evidence preliminary to merit hearing court the City; Council had originally tor vehicle without a driver's crop as a result of Southern uty; even when he's not lookIng Blanding last week, receivingtwo I $
trial. planned to spend. license. Carroll Bennis Cas- Corn Leaf Blight may be eligi- Now Bradford County deputies at the screen, that an ap- pellets In his back, will
Larry Tanner was fined $36 Also purchased Tuesday from ton failed to appear for driv- ble for financial assistance can show the offender exactly proaching car is slowing downor be paralyzed from the neck
Terwlllegar was a 3/4 ton Ford ing on the wrong sIde of a from the Small Business Ad' how fast he was going- speeding up. down.
or five days on a simple assault -
Gas divided highway and Jessie
truck for $2,574 for the ,
the new computerized radar He shot Marine
ministration. using was by a
case, and his war-
rant C>1ntlnued.On Department. It will replace a Claude Williams was fined $26 Eligibility; depends upon the: system Just :received by It also has the power of re Gunnery Sergeant, William E.
he charge of voluntary 1960 model truck being driven or three days for no license primary source of Income being the Sheriffs Department. call. Suppose a patrolman decides Hazelton,, from JacksonvilleNaval
intoxication, Harvey King failed by Gas Supt. Bob Patterson. tag. Roy Lee Hayes failed to from farmers and the economic A megaphone type; radar to let a speeder off with Air Station.Hazelton said
to apl>' ar, and forfeited bond. Other bids on the garbage appear on the charge of having loss being because the "gun" can be aimed at a car a warning and clears the IIc.ntor he panicked and fled from the
Virgie Slade pleaded not gullt truck were: Baldwin Chevro- improper tag, and Lawrence Southern Corn Leaf Blight pre-' by a deputy; parked on the road- the next case. Then the offender scene after firing the shot that
;)' of permitting consumptionof let-Olds, $3.820; J.E. Hardy Brown for failure to have vehicle vented the firm's farmer side. The targetvehtclc's speed gets nasty.; The officer knocked Davis out of the tree. "It's easy to tell when a boy
an alcoholic beverage by a Auto Sales 3892. and Noe- under control. tomers from continuing their! is Instantly flashed onto small can press a button and the The accident happened on Sun- changes into a man-he stops
gel Auto Sales, $3,989. In one accident,James George the com- speed will again be flashed onto for allowance and
minor and the case was put normal trade operations. electronic screen by day and the next day Hazelton asking an
on the court docket. The case Bids on the 3/4 ton were: Mack to pleaded have his not vehicle guilty; to failure Loans cannot exceed$100,000. puter in a separate unit mounted the screen. appeared at the Clay County; begins asking for a loan."
Baldwin J.E. under
$2,574, Hardy
Applicants, other things, on the patrol car dash.
of Russell Sparkman,, on the among
and David
$2,670, and Noegel Auto Sales control; Junior Knight
must be able to provide the SBAa
related charge of possession pleaded to The unit plugs into the cigarette
$2,676. guilty driving on the
of alcoholic beverage by a min Motion to accept the low bid side of the road. Judge statement of the extent his Deputy; Sheriff John Demp- lighter of an automobile
or, was continued to the Dec. Yawn withheld business has been Injured as sey demonstrated the new u- and can be changed from car
from the Ford made adjudication
22 plea day. by Councilman agency Billy was Noegel.In the Knight case until he heard on a result of crop damage. Ma- nit Tuesday. Several arrests to car easily since It is lightweight DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Joyce Walker pleaded not other action the Council the Mack trial. turity; of the loans will be basedon have already been made with .
guilty; to assault and battery, Victor ability; to repay but may, the radar unitt.Readings
-Promised to make decision Sterling Lamb guiltyof
a ;
and the the court not exceed 30 years. Interest! from the unit are The unit
case put on in the next few days on failure to have his vehicle is manufactured by STARKEPHONE
docket.In rate will be three per cent admlssable In court as evidence Kustom Signals and Is being
whether a resident, Millard under control, was fined $36
other traffic cases, Harley Brown, will be allowed to keep or three days.In per annum.should be directedto the deputy; says.A leased at present by the Sheriffs 96.16200KEYSTONE '
Waldron's of failureto Inquires
case Department. It sends radar
surrender his, driver's 11-, his Clay Electric service or from accident case stemming the SBA, 400 West Bay Street, lawman with the unit can signals out in a corkscrew -
U he must take city an Nicholas
cense, registration and tag wa' although he can't get other; power ser- Francis Schlacks pleaded not Jacksonville, Fla. 32202; telephone park along side the road and pattern which revolves clock-
continued to Dec. 22.: 904/791-2182. do his paperwork while wait- HEIGHTS
vices such as sewer and guilty.; Rather than wait for wise. The signals bounce backIn
Costs of$16.50 were asked of gas. a Counties designated Economic ing on a vehicle exceeding the the same corkscrew pattern
Brown is building a new homeat Jury trial, when he would be PHONE 47.13176Wrapped
Ricardo James for Injury Areas, besides speed limit. The computer( unit -
Eugene no
the end of Geiger Road Just out of the state, a trial before Deputy; says but revolving in
valid inspection certificate,and Bradford, are Alachua, Bay, of the radar set can be the opposite direction.
inside the He the Judge to be
city limits. must was put
Jean Edward Mililgan for improper -| on the calendar. Baker, Calhoun,Columbia, Dix- .
have the
driver's license, and to. permissionto Bonds ie, Gllchrlst, Gulf, Hamilton,,
keep his Clay Electric forfeited also included -
Pea rile Albert for no driver.sllicenst. pow- Donald Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson,,

$36 for. failure Shirley Hodge to yield was fined! er-Wrote service.$398Okayed off.unpaid utility; bills to Michael drive Gordon within a Bubel,single for for failure lane violation ; son Lafayette, Marlon, Leon, Okaloosa, Levy,, Madi-Santa ?IT EpR Y ?O START YpvR

of-way'j; and Wallace Seay a Job change on SR- of chapter 323, and Gen- Rosa, Suwannee, Taylor,Union GET READ 'r00 ,,e
Walton, Washington, and Wa-
to appear on a charge of Improper -:
eral Lee
16 totaling $3,000 upon recommendation Finkler, no cab card kulla.
muffler. Ivev of City; Engineer Don Garnett Raymond Starnes no
failed to appear for exceed- Ruckman. valid inspection certificate:Se- '

._ Firemen {
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.t I Kept BusyAt ? r f ,

t LawteyVolunteer I .

I DID YOU KNOW? I II II toy answered firemen four calls from Law-Sat- Up With Every Gift Is Something For I I ,\

urday, Nov. 28, plus a fifth I
I run Wednesday, Nov. :3, according Yourself When You Do All Your Christmas II
to Chief M.M. Jordan. I
I Four of the five calls were
II woods fires. Chief Jordan urges -

I IT IS UNLAWFUL . I all residents to refrain

I II from rent period burning of during dry the weather.cur- Shopping In Starke

I I The Lawtey Volunteer Fire
I For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious I Department to an answered area four calls miles Saturday -

west of Lawtey on SR-125 in
Name Unless The Name Is Registered I 'answer to a call for help from "' Part of dollar spend in
." l the Forest Service, an area every you
adjacent to Kelly's NIle Limit
I I Drive-in on SR-225 wherea Starke stays in Starke, where it helps

I leeaJ 5hiJ :JforiJa Jlc I houses rea fire near was burning the put Red out close Davis, to to an homeon two a- M "'"- build a better community for you

SRS-200, and on Nov. 23
and family. Shopping in Starke
I went out to Ferguson Road to your

"It...shall., be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engage an kerson area home.near the Benny Wil- stimulates local trade, employment,

fictitious as herein defined, with. Another call Saturday sent the
in as herein defined, under a name
I business Lawtey volunteers to Hellbronn progress, growth helps to pro-
tout and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the Springs to a burning car just
I off SR-16 near Bill Reddlsh's vide the that the
of business is, whichregistration taxes
I circOit court pf the county where" the principal place Store. money pays

shall consist of filing, with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed Firemen answering the call and make possible the contributions that support
I were Gene Pearson, Rev. Don / FREE
by all interested persons, stating under oath the name of all those interested Denton, Asst Chief Spurgeon
I I Massey and Chief Jordan. your local schools, streets, parks, playgrounds,
in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious PARKING .

I name 'under which said business Is carried on. Said registration may not be I churches, and other vital community facilities{ II
made" until the person or persons desiring to engage in business under a I Sales Tax Parking Problem has gl't'a'tand services.. o I.

fictitious name shall 5\le'adverllsed his or their intention to register said I Hits $37,962 ly improved In downtown I
area. Always Plenty Free Now at the time of the when do the I.
year you
fictitious name at leas'-wnWa week for four ((4)) consecutive weeks in some I For October Parking 'Starke Plaza. ,

newspaper as defined *-y law in the county where said registration is to be I most shopping, is the time when you can do :

made, and said registration shall not b* accepted by the clerk of the circuit BETTERVALUES YOUR COMMUNITY, YOUR FAMILY and i'

court except upon receiving+ proof of such publication'I Bradford County collected for
the State of Florida $37,962 YOURSELF the most good .by doing all [
I in sales and use taxes for the 1 / your i;

II I You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than month according ending to the Oct.of flee 31 of,Comptroller 1970. Lower Overhead than In Christmas Shopping with your Local Merchant. it il

II Fred 0.(Bud)Dickinson,

I: Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly Advertised i Jr.Taxable Gainesville Down. Keeps Price So, wrap up something for yourself in every I':.
I sales in the county; .
for the month totaled
$1,800- this
I And Registered, We Will Give You All Necessary Information 979.The package year. i:
sales tax is the number -
I one state tax It # I!'
: As To What You Should Do. I boosted the state's source.general BRANDS "I'

I revenue fund $55.7 million In I:
October, 10 per cent more than
was collected in October 1969. I II
Most famous brand. are 7
I :iI "As the most recent state I
I well represented In Starke
revenue study brings out, Florida
I I Is one of 34 states that Store ;
6RADFOR CO would be Immobilized without
I the sales tax" Dickinson says
: ,

i .Y'/ miligrapllI I "Last year, Florida received SERVICE

I alsmost half its total revenue,

I 42 per cent from the sales

II II I I. tax Fiscal," Dickinson year collections says. of tile Local Merchants and their. Store Open Wednesday PAU';

I sales tax total $218,431.801 so clerks take personal interest *

I far, or $17.4 million over collections .la servta you' Christmas Parade Set Dec. 12
last year, an increase
.I of 8.67 per cent. .

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Janice Paul Weds George S. OwensIn t

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE Community Church, Keystone HeightsMiss r=4-- -.

Janls Carleen Paul redingote followed the lines of .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Carl- the dress and the skirt formeda

ton Paul of Keystone Heights, cathedral train. Her only or- Col. Hutchinson Receives :
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and George Stanley Owens Jr., nament was a heirloom pearl
r 'Keystone Hilites son of Mr. and Mrs. George necklace. She wore a match- ,
Y Stanley Owens Sr. of Jackson- ing Chantilly: lace mantilla: and
I ville, were united in marriage carried a nosegay of white ate- i Kirk Appointment For J.p
\ Ry GLORIA REDFEAU News NotesBy Saturday Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. phonotis: and daisies.A .
J'&M"I".n 473-3288 or 73-4182 I ml In St. Anne's Episcopal Church, reception was held In the
Keystone Heights Woman's Col. Graham F. Hutchinson served
11- Keystone Heights with the Rev. He has as president
Helen. Egan William Isaac Jones Jr., vicarat Club, where arrangements. of was appointed last week by of the North Miami Beach
ROTARY CLUB .Stanley Constantinl of Jackson- EASTERN STAR St. Anne's officiating.: fall flowers were used. The Governor Claude Kirk to fill Chamber of Commerce;
Linwood Rowan Chief of Property hille._ Worthy Grand Matron Vir- Ing of the Church Women on Decorating the altar were tables were covered with lace the District 4 Justice of Peace Counter-Intellieenca: Association pre-:'
Protection: for the Sea. Robeck of Arvada, Colo. i ginia Boyte of the Grand Chap November 23, Treasurer Mar- baskets of white chrysanthemums trimmed net over pale green. vacancy created on October 12 ; chairman i of the Intelligence
board Coast Line Railroad,was Mrs.- Marge' Few and Robert ter of Florida will be honoredby Ian Barker reported on the net against a background of Mrs. William I. Jones Jr. and by the resignation of E.L.Jones. Division: Florida Civil
the speaker last Friday at the Lappe of Starke, were united th e Keystone Heights Chap Income from the Annual Bazaar.It branched candelabra. Satin rib- Mrs. Werner R. Morlock cut Confirmation of Hutchinson's Defense Council t'; chairman of
weekly Rotary luncheon. His In Is most and the bride's appointment was received
marriage at 6:30 on No- ter Dec. encouraging bons marked the family pews. cake. the Membership committee.
topic was "Problems facingthe vember 25 at the Community; 10 at on 8 Following evening, the shows the Interest and desireon Mrs. Newton Hook organist, Miss Nell Jones and Miss Thursday by the Clay County Crime Commission of Greater
Nation's Railroads today." Church Pastor Stewart N. Mc- formal opening p.m. of the Chapter the part of Christian Women provided a program of nuptia'music. : Kay Morlock kept the bride's Republican Committee a com- Miami; and served as memberof
He pointed out that the main Cord to aid In the book. mittee spokesman said.
officiated. The bride was Patron Gilbert programsof Assisting were Mrs. N. the Florida Port Security
by Worthy
problems are outdated laws involving given away by her son, Glenn Reed and the Chapter Cere- the church of their choice, Cleveland Harrill Owens attended Watson Hardenbergh Jr., Mrs. A native of Indiana the new Council
management controls, Few. Ushers were Hubert Few of Eastern Star work with their hearty; support of his brother as best man Thomas Howell, Mrs. S. Bland Justice resides at Lake Geneva During World War n Col.
labor financing and taxes. He and Robert Lappe, Jr. Mr. and by mony Worthy Matron Jo Reed the Bazaar. The net realized Is and the ushers were Rodney Ware, Mrs. Alex Brokas, Miss where he has been living since Hutchinson served as'a combat
emphasized the need for Fed- Mrs. Tom Garnar, Mr. and a special courtesy will be extended well over $2,000, and mem- Carlton Paul, brother of the Martha Jones and Mrs.Thomas his retirement from the Air officer In the European Theatre -
eral guarantees of financingand Mrs. John Ruffinl and Mrs. to Worthy Grand Ma- bers attending the General bride, and Marshall Brewtonof Garnar. Force in 1960. Hutchinson received directed Counterintelligence
more equitable distribution: Edith Johnson hosted a reception tron Virginia Boyte. Meeting on December 7 at 1 Jacksonville.Miss After spending some time with his bachelor and mas Operations and Jumped
of subsidies In transportation: in the educational building A reception will be held In p.m. will be-thrilled with the I Sally Jones served as their guests the couple left fora ter's degrees In law from with the paratroopers on D-Day
fieldsthe Railroad as wellas report of work of the organi- maid of wedding trip to St. George Washington Universityand
immediately after the cere- the Banquet Hall of the Ma- honor and Mrs. Rod- Augus- In France. He has received
other means of transpor- mony. The bride and groom sonic Temple following the zation at half way point. ney Carlton Paul was matron tine. The bride traveled In a has been associated with the numerous decorations inclu-
tation. then left for a trip to Atlanta. close of the meeting and will As per custom at the All of honor. They wore floor length black and white checked wool State's Attorney office in Chicago ding theEuropeanAfrlcanMlddle -
They spent Thanksgiving with be hosted by Mrs. Jerry Jackson Circle Luncheon at 12:30: on gowns of papaya silk acetate pantsuit with black accessories He was also 1 enforcement East Theatre Ribbon
HERE N' THERE Mrs. Lappes mother, Mrs. P.M.; Mrs. Teena Eisen- December 14, which Is a.cov with ecru linen lace at the and a white rosebud cor- agent with the U.s.Treasury with two battle participation
Some of the young people Glen Morris. They will reside acker P.M. Mrs. Georgia ered dish, members ususally wrists and throat. In their hair sage. Department and director- stars Bronze Arrowhead, Purple -
home from colleges for the In Keystone. Murrhee, and; Mrs. Miriam contribute a canned goods or they wore a matching flat bow The bride was formerly secretary Instructor In criminal law and heart, American Theatre
Thanksgiving Holidays were: FRIENDS AND FOLKS, chat Poole. On December 15, the package of cereal, rice or and carried nosegays of small at Hampton Elementary police procedure in the Washington Ribbons, and two O/S Bars.
Miss Kerry Shackleford Miss and sip: Christmas Open House regular Chapter meeting will soap items, which will help flowers in fall colors. School and Is' now employedat D.C. Police Academy.S0eeeeea..
Gena Massa and Miss Roxanne Dec. 12, 9:30: till 1:30 p.m. be held at 8 p.m. (CORRECT- provide for the Christmas bas Given In marriage by her Graybar Electric In Jack- .--- -- 'r
Ketch from Florida State University S.E. McKAY, REALTOR. ION-In last week's issue,Mrs. kets of Welfare families throughthe father the bride wore a can- sonville. ;----
; and Mickey Brokas from Verna Brice Is Grand Ada, not Sunday School program. dlelight silk crepe gown with The groom is employed at
the University; of Tennesseeat GOLF COURSE chiffon sleeves and wide cuffs The Car Store in Jacksonville .. _
Ruth, as stated.HOMEMAKERS.) ; % >:i:>:, .::=:.= :: : _
Chattanooga. Winners of the Men's Fall PERSONALSA of Chantilly lace. Chantilly lace where the couple will resideat :: ::::: >::;::% : cm :::::;

We're happy to report that Classic were Hal Adams and CLUBAt Thanksgiving family dinner 2011 Inwood Terrace. i"

Mrs. Tom Bryant is home from Mel Taylor. They won over the November 18 Club was enjoyed at the home of BEACH
Bradford County Hospital. Johnny Martin and Eric Red- meeting: due to the poor attendance Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hazen i
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond fearn In the match played Sun- the members present of Lake Geneva. Enjoying the r<
Starnes were recently Ir day. decided to temporarily disbandthe festive occasion were the Wayne MELROSEBy :: (Lake Santa Fe) >
Claxton Ca. where they me Keystone Club. Hazens and their four children; i':;; By: Michael H. Chltty
their son and daughter-in-law, WOMAN'S CLUB Mrs. Mildred Payton Council Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newman -U Phone 475-1612 ij

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Starnesof The monthly luncheon meetIng Treasurer, reported on the" and their three daughters, Joyce Rowe Hello out there Turkey sand COME..
Pensacola. of the Woman's Club of Annual Bazaar of Clay County and Mrs. Bert Chrlstoffers, wich lovers, are ya tired: of it
OLDTIMERS NEWCOMERS Keystone Heights was held on t; Homemakers Council at Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chrls yet If not, don't worry, you PERSONAL i
Have coffee with us. Tuesday. Nov. 24, at noon at Green Cove Springs on Decem- toffers, Jr. also joined them Many thanks to all of those Westslde Community Center In will by time Christmas: comes My brother Wayne was also
Dec. 120i 9:30: a.m. to 1:30: the Clubhouse. ber 5. The Bazaar wlllconsist from their Tallahassee home. who helped to make the PTA Johnson Monday night. Despitethe and goes. homo: for the holiday last week.
p.m. S.E. McKAY, REALTOR. George Wlnterllng. Chief Meteorologist of a Bake Sale Rummage Sale Dr. and! Mrs. B. Lezelle Bar- Bake Sale a success. The sale rain and cold wind, there By the way you only have less Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Rains
Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Rushton of WJXT Channel and Flea Market. The time will bara Chrlstoffers) Owens drove netted the PTA $62.Also thanksto was a good turnout. than four short weeks to get spent the weekend at their lake
have returned from a week's 4 TV, was guest speaker. Mr. be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. over to Pensacola where they those of you who are sav- After a brief business meet- things ready for Christmas, so cottage. .
trip to Atlanta where they vis- Wlnterllng's entertaining and The Place, Extension Office, were joined by Mr. and Mrs. ing papers. Papers can now Ing, the group viewed a filmstrip ya better get with It. Now that Mrs. Jewel Rose spent
and Informative weather facts talk Courthouse, Green Cove Ernest S. Owens, Jr. at their be left at the Peacock Restaurant about the alms of the I've checked my calender closer Thanksgiving with Mr.and Mrs.
N-law. was followed by a lively question Springs.A family home of Mr. and Mrs. as well as Ford's gro- PTA. A record explained the I see you'll only have three Lavaughn Lowry In Keystone,
Fushton. and granddaughter. and answer session. Chuck Wagon will be held Ernest S. Owens, Sr. for the cery and Robinson's Grocery, fllmstrlp. The film emphasizedthat weeks when you get this paper.So then spent the weekend at her
Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Aiken Hostesses for the luncheon Instead of the chicken barbe- Thanksgiving holiday Mr. Er- We are grateful to these bus- the primary aim of the you see, Its just around the lake cottage.
have returned from a trip to were Mrs. S. Neel, Mrs. A. cue during the hours of the nest Owens, Jr. flew from Brazil inesses who have given us PTA is quality education for corner. Friends will regret to hear
Atlanta where they visited Mr. Malmgren, Mrs. J. Osborne, Bazaar A hamburger plate will where, he was doing mis- space to help with the paper. all children. We Chittys had an amazingly of the death of Jackie Lanler's
Alken's brother. Mrs. H. Walker, !Mrs. D. Peters be served as well as hot dogs sionary work, 1,000 miles up drive. Don't forget that aluminum Plenty of bottles of Degreaserwere quiet week 1 last week to be' grandmother Mrs. Julia
Mrs. Gay Livingston, Sr. of Mrs. SE. Kennedy, Mrs.K. all types; of soft drinks, tea the Amazon River. Ills wife cans can be left at the on hand for those who Thanksgiving Week. The only Thornton. Our deep sympathiesare
Cathedral Towers, Jackson- Greeson, and Mrs. J. Ko- and coffee. Keystone Heights and three children drove from school at Mrs. Felton's sixth had not bought theirs yet. two guests we had to help us extended to this family.
ville, spent the Thanksgiving Club members are asked to Memphis, Term., the church grade room. eat on Turkey Day, were my Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Eddy and
holidays with her son and daugh- datt.The next business meeting of make a contribution of baked home of the Owens, Jr. Leav- The recent Bazaar heldbvthe DUPLICATE BRIDGE grandfather Hubert Chltty of family of Atlanta, Ga., spent
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gay the club will be held on Tues- goods and a saleable article. ing Pensacola, the Owens families Women of Trinity Episcopal Duplicate bridge winner week Starke, and Buddy Ellis of Thanksgiving with their par-
Livingston, Jr. day, Dec. 8, at 2 p.m. Mrs. Mildred Payton will pick Dr. and Mrs. B.L. Owens Church was a great success. before last were: Tuesday, Mrs. Gainesville. Friday afternoon ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nor- y
Recent houseguests of Mr. Mrs. Edward Timmins will up donations at Mallard's Store stayed at their Keystone Heights Nearly everything was sold out W.H. Bartlett and Mrs. F.G. guests were Russ and Jean wood. When they returned to i
and Mrs. J.S. LaCoste were be the speaker. Her subject about 9:30( on December 5. Mrs. home, where they were joinedby and over a thousand dollars Melrlck. 1st place; Mrs. Al Pierce and son Jeremy of Atlanta on Saturday, Mrs. Nor-
Capt. (Navy retired) and Mrs. will be "Antique Silver" All Emily Ison will attend the Ba- Mrs. Christoffers, Sr. and was taken in. Bachmann and Mrs. R.P. Vogh, Gainesville. My father Jamos, wood wont with them for a
John P. Doyle of South Hampton members are urged to attend zaar with Mrs. Payton. Mrs. Owens brother and wife, There Is a petition at the Post 2nd place; Mrs. Kay Becker spent Saturday and part of Sun- visit.
Long Island, NY?, this meeting. Election of County Council the Bert Christoffers, for the Office to sign, asking for the and Mrs. Phil KromerandMrs. day in Arcadia, winding up two Bobby Lanier and Todd Max-
Sympathy Is extended to Mr. On December 12 the Club officers was held on November week-end holiday, before returning end of daylight saving time Raymond Crabtree and Mrs. weeks of vacationing and Hunt ville spent the weekend inJack-
and Mrs. Don Wallace on the will sponsor a Spanish supperof 17. They will be Installedat to Dr, Owens' church So if you are one of the people F.T. Hogue! tied for 3rd place; ing. Sunday afternoon my sonville, with Dick Youngbloodand :
death of Mr. Wallace's mother chicken and rice. Hostesses the January 26 Homemakers home In Cocoa.Thanksgiving. (like I am) who complainseach Mrs. W.J. Grollck and Mrs. Grandpa! Chitty of Starko visited did some hunting. Rickey
:Mrs Nora Wallace, on Novem- will be Mrs A. Williams Council Meeting.FELlOWSHIP was enjoyed by time there Is a, time Ed Longnecker, 4th place!, us.Raymond Youngblood spent the weekend
ber 27 in Anderson, Ind. Burial Mrs. T.L. Normwood Mrs. R. the J.D. Pay ton family, as their change, be Sure to go by !and. ,. 'and Gladys Mal- with Bubba.LaMer.
; was In Miami on December I.I 1. Wolfe, Mrs." D. Weimer, Mrs. CLUB ?F"! daughter and' husband and son put your signature'on It. It 'i 99' ptiiirJ! of "JaeNSottvUle( were 'Mrs. Trellle Cheshire of
I Mrs. Theodore Jung of New H.T. Smith, Mrs. A. McElrath. Members and guests are cor- Martin, Mr. and ,Mrs. Dewltt! may not be enough to end It, My y Neighbors"We down' at their lake:Home next Pompano, Mrs. Dell Murray
Gardens, Long Island, N.Y. has and Mrs. D. Wallace. dially Invited to the Annual Hershey, and Mrs. Cleo Dykei but nothing ventured, nothing door for the holiday. Their and Mrs. Techla McGriff spenta
been spending two weeks with Christmas Program meeting of gathered around the festivf<< gained. Thanksgiving guests Included few days with their mother,
:Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,Schuberof the Fellowship Club, In the new board. If you have children, don't r-, their daughter Bootsie Lowe, Mrs. Beulah Smith, and sister,
Clover Lane. Mrs.'':Jung !is Lions Club building at 2 p.m. forget that the New Life Bible I m el and son Jerry, and their son Mrs. Ruby Wolfe. Keith and
Mrs. Schuber's sister. Otis Kittrell on December 10. SOCIAL SECURITY Club meets each Wednesday : and family, Bugs and Nancy Laverne Cheshire of Gaines-
WELCOME TO CHRISTMAS Services HeldIn Mrs. Stewart Me Cord teacher Assurance is given by the afternoon after school in frontof Malpnurs and daughter Shan- ville, and Mr. and Mrs. W.B.
OPEN HOUSE, Dec. 12, 9:30: of music at the Keystone American Association of Re- Archie's. non, all from Jacksonville, and Argo and family of Micon, Ga.
tired Persons News Bulletinfor Students at Melrose Elemen- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Howell of
a.m. to 1:30: p.m. S.E. McKAY, KeystoneOtis Heights School, will present a were Thanksgiving guests.
REALTOR. group of 40 singers from the December that "Social Security tary School received their class Ft. McCoy. Fred and Vera Swearingen had
\ Kittrell, 89 of Keystone school. Due to the urgency of Is enough for the next pictures last week. The cost REVIVAL: We are holding Thanksgiving dinner In Jacjtsonville -
I Rev and Mrs. Milton Scrip- Heights, died In Starke Monday the pupils being sure to board 75 years. Quoting from this of the pictures is $2.50. Revival Services nightly start- with Fred's mother,
tare had their children, grand- morning after an extended Illness their buses the entertainmentwill announcement: "There:: Is absolutely The Homemakers Club is fl Ing next Monday, Dec. 7, and Mrs. FredSwearlngen.Sr.
children and greatgrandchildren He was a native of North be offered first. NO basis for frequent planning a bazaar to be held will run through Sunday morn- and Vera's son Len and his
here with them for the- Carolina and a retired machi- The decorating committee and rumors of depletion of the fund. soon, so be watching for posters ing ((13th), at Hampton Baptist daughter Tammy Lynn along
holidays Mr. and Mrs. Dale nist. refreshment committee are Commissioner Robert M. Ball "II Church. Our Evangelist is Bro. with other members of the fam-
Barrett :and Gregory of working under General Chair- of Social Security; dlvislor If you are looking for a pup John Hull of Jackson, Miss., a ily, wore also present. That
Baden son Lowell manship of Mrs. Lillian Nor- states. Cash benefits are palo py, Mrs. Roy Deeds has two true man of God. If you like afternoon, Fred and Vera visi-
Pa. and
Mr. Mrs. Surviving are four daughters wood. Members are asked to out of two trust funds, Old that are eight weeks old she present Exhibit: H. representing good Gospel preachers who ted her brother, Marie Mit-
Wilkes of the Naval Mrs. Frank Hgen, Keystone provide sandwiches or cakes Age and Survivors insurance wants to give away. The mo- Ian expenditure of preach God's Word the way it his, and family in Gainesville,
Pensacola, Rev. and Mrs. Heights; Mrs. Karl Anderson and If anyone is not called by Trust Fund and Disability Insurance ther is a bird dog, father Is $2..fO9()()(> a month of the union'" was written, and not diluted and her mother, Mrs. Nora
Frank Smith and daughter, Wilson, N.C.; Mrs. Ernest the telephone committee, please Trust Fund. There are unknown. So if you are Inter- welfare fund for secretarialand weakened or meekened. you be
rah, of Minneola, Rev.and Mrs. Scoggins, Charlotte, N.C.; and call Mrs. Mitta Kersey,or Mrs. also two Medicare Trust Funds; ested contact her at 475-1818. advisoryKEYSTONE Ml'n"lce at Hampton Baptist Church next (Continued Next
on Page)
Tom Hauser and son, Tommy, Mrs. Tabor C. Hill. North Augusta Ethel Weyman. Santa's Christmas the Hospital Insurance Trust A puppy makes an excellent week. EVERYONE is WEL-
of Traveler's Rest, S.C. and S.C. ; one sister Mrs. Fund and the Supplementary gift for a child.WOMEN'S .
:Mr. and Mrs. William Cough- Olive Morris, Chesapeake Va.; the tree stocking:for contributions will be hung near that Medical Insurance Trust Fund. ....-........_........,-...-..-.------------------- ....

enour from Alachua. one brother, Guy W. Kittrell. will enable the committee to By law, Jhe money in all four
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Redfearn, Morehead City, N.C., and nine meet expenses, as this Club funds can be used only to pay CLUB
Sr. have returned from a ten grandchildren. has no other means of rais- benefits and operating expenses. Mrs. Paul Bird of Jacksonville i
day trip to Portugal. They report ing money. It is purely friend ALL excess funds must be spoke to the Melrose Wo
an enjoyable time visiting Funeral services were held ship club one In which all may Invested In interest-bearing man's Club about the enviom- HEIGHTSDIRECTORY
\ Cascals and Lisbon. Wednesday In theCommunlb' enjoy the socialbility; and fellowship U.S. Government securities and ment at the regular semi-
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Stripling, at 3:30: p.m.Church of Keystone of people of their owrInterests. the Interest is then added to monthly meeting. She pointedout
had as dinner guests on Thanks Stuart Mc- the total in the trust funds," that we should be inter-
giving Day: Mr. and Mrs. J. Heights with Rev.Interment was Following the program, Mrs so stated Commissioner Ball. ested In the pollution problemof
Cord officiating.
Alex Woodard and son Thomas, Fern Hanson Jacksonville, because we live
of Cadwell. Ga., Mr. and Mrs, In Keystone Heights Cemetery retiring president, close enough to be affected.
will Introduce
the direction of DeWittC. Installing officer BEAUTY( ( SHOP
R.B. Woodard and family, Monroe Funeral Home who will Install the following She had slides to show the tt/
Carolyn and Mr. and Mrs Jones : President, Mrs.Marion effect of air pollution.on signs,
--- -- ---- cars and other painted sur- KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Driscoll; First Vice, Mrs.Mary
Wilcox; 2nd Vice, Mrs. Vera faces. Even the Coliseum has
Lambing, Secy.-CRec. and Cor- had to be repainted, at a huge SHOP .
Marching .
res.) Mrs. Emily Ison; and o -Wt2'l cost to taxpayers, because air
Treasurer, Julius Hanson. pollution had ruined the paint, EDITH JOHNSON Owner .
These officers will officiateat she said. Personal and Creative Hair Styl.
the January 14 regular "f4'heSi6r. There were also slides show- Ins Every Form of Beauty QUARTS
luncheon meeting. Membership Ing factories pouring pollutants Culture -Tines.-Sat.& '-5; closed
dues of $1 will be into rivers and streams. Some Monday. IMPERIAL ..
per year ..... 25
accepted by the treasurer for If we confess our sine He were cleverly disguised so the
1971, at any time. As the Lions is faithful and just to forfeit casual eye would not detect NURSERY .5

Club monthly charge for two us our sins! and to cleanse us! the pipes going Into the wa- C OLD STAG .......
meetings a month is $10 at from all unrighteousness.I ter.She
the luncheon meeting memberspay urged everyone presentto O.C. Carnes Nursery
( John J I. 9.)
do what they could to fight
ISC!! and at the Game Day
IOC to help meet this expense. the rape of our natural re- Thousands of plants I
There will NOT BE a Game sources. She specifically asked Fruit Trees-Shade!' Trees Special
Confession even to
OUI'selves. that we evaluate our public
Day In December. New members -
are cordially Invited.ThisIs of our sins, often servants and vote out those Evergreens
the only club In which cou- comes hard because foolish who are not supporting billsto Camellias & Azaleas Hour

ples can enjoy fellowship together pride, willfullness stubbornness help ease this Important MOST ALL IN CANS
issue. Many letters to Pres- MON. THRU SAT.
hold us back from acknouledjrinK PLANT ANY TIME
ident Nixon may help to stop
our weakness tteautiful) Roses .
: 5:30
COMMUNITY CHURCH work on the Cross Florida to 6:30
But the Father's! reward for LandscapingPhone
WOMENAt Barge Canal until conservationists :

the executive Board Meet- His children's is wonderful sincere and penitence can determine the e! 659.2165 : DOUBLES for price of one .
great feet on the environment, Mrs.
worthwhile' Bird said. Another bill, which 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on :
Mortar steadily forward toward provides for the spraying oJ
goals Is the family) that has formed the happy habitof ::1ht.\.A D tcTr.\b enormous amounts of pesticides Hwy. 100 at FlorahomeWELCOME

systematic .saving! d on several southern states to j
) kill tin ants. The problem
Av Holiday Lounge
"bank" account ida I JST is that birds fish, beneficial j jOM
Every deposit in your savings Insects, animals and sometimes Itl.end.6 j
milestone on the road that will bring YOUR family I people, are also killed In the
to the fulfillment of Its dearly cherished desires.I process. A letter to your leg- And New rtitde jj j & Package ;
islators protesting this )Indiscriminate j masa3'IIwy. '
Hiway 21 North Keystone, Hts. killing might help CHRISTMASOPEN
defeat the bill. There's plenty HOUSE
KEYSTONE STATE BANK t; you can do.Members .
Barbecue Steaks Fresh Seafood of the Garden Club Sah.vr.dmIJec.. J2 21 North Ke>" tone Height
Keystone Heights Buffet Lunch of the Lakes were guests of 9 0
Member F.D.I.C. Daily the Woman's Club at the lecture :] a.m. If JO p.m.

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Dining Room Open -. 7"a.m. 12 p.m.: Phone 4734345Dec.
Community." S.E. McKAY REALTORAND I .
For Take-Out Orders Call Ole Al) 473-9620 MELROSE PTA ASSOCIATES
The Melrose -4: ",et at the 4 4 4

3 1970 Jl!I
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urday at the 301 Drive-In Theatre -
Jerry Lewis stars as "Th Rated "G" ChIsum is a (Lake Santa Fe)
Big MojT" showing at the Florida wide-open drama, loaded with Bjt Michael H. ChlUy ADS GET 8810119
Tbteatre Friday gunfire stampedes, high-test Phone 475-1U2
Sunday, banditry and the excitement of
bookkeeper on
Lewi* plays a historical reality. .
vacation with a passion hooks fc On the double bill with "Chi.sum" (Prom Preceding Pace) .. .
fishing While fishing he Is "Lost Flight," star- .
and reels in a gangster scuba ring Lloyd Bridges. It Is the MaWs, who was visiting there. -

diver Mho has hijacked and story of more than 100 people ..
hidden smuggled diamonds. attempting to survive on an Pete and Joyce Barton spent
What follows is a maze of Isolated island after their bad- Thanksgiving with her parents.Mr. .
bewildering Intrigue and loads damaged plane and Mrs. Calvin Ward of COTTAGE P..HENTS-Men Cot For Sale 14 cu. ft. refrigerator PECANS I
ollaugbA. ditched hundreds of miles of Starke. Friday they went to CLASSIFIED AD RATES JIMMY\ \ MOORE'S tago parents wanted.: Soma freezer' like new

Play"Beimath te With The oThe Planet Big Mouth"I. Of The course. This movie is rated the Wacassassa. River and did. Minimum Chants .... 1.75 SUN SPORTS I Married c jplcs. and: ",wom,n.Sala.y $100.00 21 cu. ft refrigerator FOR ,SALEShelled
"G". some (Covers 15 words) staves: $M7 per! month, freezer side by side. .
Fra'sler and
and Mrs.
Two "X" rated movies will week, 8 hour
flea- MOORE BOAT FOR per persan,5 Cay :
and Barbara Barrows NEW $360. 15 cu. ft. refrigerator ,or Unshelled
play at the 301 Drive-In The- Each word over 137oS0e day. Pronto:! nat: opportiunitle! ,
un, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. YOUR MONEY freezer with ice
Friday and Sat atre Sunday and Monday, "I, Extra Charge If not State Rctlr m .:t. sick leave, WHOLESALE RETAIL
Wayne plays A Woman" and "Carmen". Daryl Barrows for Thanksgiving. vacation' etc Please apply In maker, NEW, $299.99. 3
paid in advance Starke Ph. 964-5791
Barbara remained for the
person only .Personnel! Office, used Electric Ranges 2 Pecans Cracked
and Mrs. C.F. Shawver CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Complete CM board & Sunland: Cew.:' rp Oa: !ne vJI!, Rm. Gas Heaters. 744 N. '

l"fee Estimates I I spent Thanksgiving in Jackson- fl.59 Per Inch Stern Drive Service and Fla. An equal opportunity: em Thompson St. Phone 9A4- 5c lb.

Satisfaction Guaranteed + ville with Mr. and Mrs.Charles Memorials Reioluilons Repair. Complete! Fiberglass ployer tfchg 6729 tfch C.
\\ .
Walker and Helen Walker. :
Dolph and Shirley Reddishand Proclamations, etc -7c word !' Repair. Custom- .' ''I 'tiSAt.CI.P': .

family of Starke were CARDS OF THANKS built Fiberglass Fishing
STANLEY guests of her parents, Mr. and 10 words or less.. .-.3.00 Bon t'il.!' 'MARY GLOVER

Contract PointingMACCLENNY. ; Thanksgiving.Mrs. D.W. Carpenter Mrs. David Reid for Each word over 50-70 ._ U to. ELECTRIC OLIN'S MOBILE SALES HOME

FLORIDA and sons spent Friday with WANTED TO BUY Approx.: 10 CARTER
them. acres: ar' nd St rke, La"'tey. Complete Repair Starke Rt. 100 West has
Mr., and Mrs. Jimmy Bell FOR SALE- Chihuahua! pup. Small foicn, paynr.l t. N. C. ServiceWIRINGHEATING
Phono were dinner guests of Roy and py. Phone:! 964-7637 it Harper, Rt. 1, Box: 437-A: 1971 1 and 2 Bedrooms 12'
P. O. Box 31 I 219) "OS t
Betty Griffin and' family on FOR RENT -Ceo:*!' location! Staik:: : ', F',._ltpDRIVERS PAINTSNEW wide for

** ** ** ***** *'*lll> *+ + Thanksgiving Da.>. Boswell close i"I :, furnished and un. NEEDED AIR CONDITIONING '$3,195
Mr. and Mrs. Andy
attended a family Reunion on furnished 1 apartments.: W. H. Train new t to:! c'',':ve semi> ITEMS 24 HOURS

Thanksgiving In Orange Park. Nollman. ttch truck, 1 linl: :l aid: tvsr the 964-8835 ,

All of Andy's brothers and sisters FOR SALE-Usd lumber> 2 x road.: D':?.':ol rr gas; exper- WALL PAPER Custom Built '

Fish&-M--l; were there with there fam 4-6c lin. ft.: 2 x 6-8c: 2 x Ience riMpTul: : ,but nat' necess- .4
; ary. You! r 'j enrn: over $4.50 Unpainted Furniture
!rCi ilies. 8-12c. Flssrlng anl: shsath-: LEW'S Wrought Iron Rails for 4
ity | Mr. and Mrs. Dick Milliard Ing $75 per: t1,! _usanl.: call per hour pit! :- rhrrt talninj.:\ Porches and
e spent Thanksgiving in Dunnel George!! Risks! 064-5184. Up For apprt:3n! I: and! intsr- Wood training Kit WELDING SHOP
Ion. with their daughter am view call 305-52.-fi444.: or Mobile yilome Steps
Market family Mr. and Mrs. Ralph FOR SALE-1S64! 6 cyl. Ford write: Safety Dept. UnitjA! ,Systems K-80 Paint Remover Whispering Pines Motel Mail' .Box Stands
f ffi07 Royster. pick-up.! Fl'ctsids body, new In:., 822 N. FsisralHlgbvny. :! US 301 S. Phone
t Mrs. Jo Strandberg returned tires' nnd to goad condition. Fort' Lauderdale' Houses Washed 9648252. Brown's Welding
K. "ItKOWMJSE' ST. I PH. 9fi"1-8077'' t' home from a two-week visit in Phone 9fi4-5390. Itp Fl->rltfT. :3-in4.:! Ztehnr 12.10
e Ormond Beach with her daugh- Lawn Mowers For Rent UTILITY TRAILERS 556 S. Walnut

t Ernest and Opal Allen f ter and family Dorothy and FOR SALE Oak and hard- FOR SAt E GE Electric! range: 102 EAST BHOWNLEE CUSTOM BUILT Phone 961-6180"'
Sam Butler. Her son, Charles w-oosi for fire p!Je. $10 chest o! ('"' '."ers, oval. traced
Strandberg, brought her back to strand: c tfs'.Ivered.!:! : Contact: : rug p>rtaMe TV-nw black! GAS AND ELECTRIC or 964.9958
Jacksonville on Thursday, then VUI'Y O'Nr.l I c,', 914 !:??(r.O.! tfchg: & whIte. c'rrs-ser nat Jfal STREETVET1NAPY WELDING BRAZING

1 Food Savings Paul, Lee and Greg Strandberg 'wood. Twin\ !bed: mattress and ... SHEET METAL.
Super j FOR SALE OR RENT bedroom 1f.{. At9 r '}.... _,,__ ;
brought her home to the lake on !box spvjr, '>7s, (tcn't'r.rh.! ,1 : .
: from:! > hlt'e: 271 S. Or-
e Saturday.The ml'c="'!>eons !items. 749 N.
e Melrose Homemakers arge St. Firs place. K tchen Like! St. !iG4-'i42fi.)!; lip ;; Smith Plumbingand PUMPS
Club will hold a Christmas eq-Jlpt. Bob Lappe, 473-4372 or

tt SMOKED PICNICS 4Pfc I A Bazaar this Saturday. On sale 7873201. 5thg:: 12-10 FOR RENT One 'trailer Tetanus: INJICCTABLKS To.xold Supply NEW AND USED
will be many various items space: one frame: 2 bedroom:
f FOR RENT Srrtill 'unfurnished Sleep!.) Sickness
e SMOKED BACON ? house- hous *
9 fit for Christmas gifts unfumilshed ? One large SALES
cattle;: ; nlrs Icwtlon! Distemper lIeJla.l.p.Leyto;>>
WHITE BACON hold helps, and bake goods will land for trart'en.! No storage shed: ore mechanic Comblotio Raiford Road PARTS
t also be sold. Everyone is Invited ahop: one wareh'O'.ise' t! on SOl Phone 964.6023 SERVICE
: p'ts.! Knl for retired! : ciu- ANDREWS DRUGS
t to come and help the South of Stark Call Mutual
plo Fhone PtM-SfflH.( tfchg Deep and Shallow Wells
Club. The Bazaar will startat Lumber Inc. 964-7490 8 a.m. __""" ,. "T .JR
Half or Whole 8 a.m. in the Club building. FOR RENT Small unfurn- to 4 p.m. tfchg Contracting and Repairs Water :.'Softeners and
FOR RENT12' w.'fle.:! 2 bedroom : Plumbing Fixtures FiltersPlumbing
tshedhalse.: Call 9645724aftsr
Fresh Pork Loins lb. 65c SPORTS: 5:00: pm. tfehg SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic trailer: ojtJde: city Water Heaters Supplies
The cold weather may have Letters all sizes colors. Permanent limits. J. B. VVh.tJ; 9G4-C114.
Fresh Ground Beef 3 Ibs. $1.59 en t the Roy Griffin family of Grif- WANTED CARPENTER for use on wood, glass, tC'hgBARRETT Pumps EXPERT SERVICE ON ,',
fin's Lodge slowed down on WORK Additions., Repairs: plastic paper) metal leather ALL MAKES
Steak lb. 98c catching fish, but it seems New COI stI'Ul'tI:1.: Lc"sed! ANYTHINai I -Bradford County '
.J &&lgi they've found somethng else for PHONE 964.7061bOtiRANCE
.. ract'n't.-Carl: j. Wil- Telegraph. tt
I to make up for It. Roy has son, 964-6691, Rt 2, Box 76-A, Small Appliance
e Chuck! Roast or Steak lb. 59c killed an 8-polnt buck and a Starve.! 4to 12-10 WATSON'S Water Conditioning -

turkey; his oldest son, Alan, ..., and REPAIRS PUMP & SUPPLY CO.SEWING .
Center Cut Pork Chops lb. 89c killed a 7-point buck and turkey 10 ACRES House of Vacuum Pump Co.
; and as we have told you South 301 -Nice Frame Home Phone 782-3667
ORANGES bushel $3.00 recently, the youngest son,Glen Many Outbuilding Chain /Many brands of new vacuum 130 Court Street!
NAVAL has killed a turkey. So it looks Link Fence $17.000 Call BIB $39.00 up. Used! machines from Phone 9615832PLUMBING:: Toaster! Mixers Fans.

Dozen 59c 9 like if they don't make news Powell, BrokerSouthern $10, Expert Repairs all makes. Irons. Heaters and
t- fishing, they'll make news hunting Parts and
Accessories for all
Electric!' Hand Tools.
Keep It fellows!
Dozen 39c up Marine vacuums. Built In Central
TANGERINES vacuum 4tp 12-10
Water Conditionersand
cleaning' systems 712 N. MACHINESALES
I Moved To GainesvilleNew
t_ Plenty Cedar Key Mullet, Shrimp NameCainesvine Mil In. OMnrqvire! :37B-7110 WELL DRILLING Pumps S SERVICE

and Oysters Sales and Rentals
t withstand weather- 20c each, sizes.- Bradford County Tele- NEW HOME- UNIVERSAL I

t Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. 2.25 doz. Special Bradford price on County larger \MILTON: MGR.Johnson graph. Repnir Department: SEARSHas $49.50 un i
quantities Mctora cobra BoaLs1ln'lir.e
24 Hour Service PARTS a REPAIRS AU
Closed! Monday J Telegraph. MHow \ Supplies INTERSTATE MOBILK: Home Evertliing OtHER"Mute" """ACHttCSNATIONAL
L moving In
Fla. Call S6 -5'06.!
1030 E. University Ave. tfchg A. J. T-mr.s: R re!'."..?:3 Real:
Oalfjesvllle_ Eststo( E'k2r: :, Sp; rio'zny! -n! STARKE
J WANTED LISTINGS FOR SALE New bilc'c, 3 Ap :'nls Js fc- EsIi'Ldl I 611 W.UNI V.AVI.

On Homes and tediosm! 2 baths, livlnj: roam, vlduas: !:: a!':S C-rpiia'e: Ovvnsrs. Phone 964.6848oF 378.1355
Asreare.:: :! Buyer:: ,
Waiting Strout dining! room, f,m'ly rom. Aio! C'=:o.'rJ I real l cxa'a': bus
Realty:: nero
Broker 2111 N. Temple. Ave. FHA or Canv l 1""'':>anc. iness. Tli'vty Yava: Tpsrlence:
ing. Contact: Bu'orl:\ M''c'-ell, ,In Ferlc'1r.I: ]: : ma'tors.: Tel.
Ph. !If4.f51)t! ; ) ;ttr1'Pia. .
I canRichard Phone 964-0760. P.O. Bax :?33, 9rJ-( 70''. C' .n. FTtf:! :: etitFT NOTICEStarke .
For nil your Roil Estate Starke. tf-hg
::::S:: J.':tIns. Fhn 946575. \.\ .
Nee'sD Sell Exchnnje
,and Keystone
: Apral'nl'. Expvt \EWaNTqOur\
\ Customers
Heights area
I A4vre! on: all Real SEMI DRIVER'S NEEDED
Eslati rrrb'enn CallBJl.L E.CONNERINSURANCE Experience helpful! but not Hastings Mattressand :.
P3WHLL necossary, far lcal: nrd over. ,
Res. Real!:! Broker AGENC1'tell. the road:! hiulln: <:r. Yu: can: Upholstery
Phone CSI6I6ISUrke earn: $10,000 to( $15.000 per year
do I all his banking I Plaza Starke If you a-e willing tJ learn. For: 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA ;

_tfehgClrseoi't BAIRDMobile application call ((904)) 3884607or
write Advance D.T Dept.
( : All lo\70 A1',1i. Homes 1716 North McDuff Ave..
Jacksonville Is Open Again
at ? ances to he sold!); at 10'i: NEW and USED FlUda; : 32205. \

night above cost H iml-e: rrrm 8-10-1* Wide 2tchg 12.3 F UR'N'ITURERepaired .

for 1P7J 1'1(' fc''I. Air: Conditioners GaleesvilleGood -, Refinished !
FOR SALE: 11B3 Mercury: ex- -
rrn'es, Pefrlj.orators. I
Quality clIent ccartHan.: !!: Irks: like ReupholsteredNEW
'. Di< !Fnva
; i hers.
Reasonably Priced new. Rsasr-vV.: :! Call 984- 057
Washers & Dryers'! r.nd Gainesville 378.2785 el'r:; 4 p.m.EC:1'yS: :': : any. MATTRESSES
lea "!n* T!?. v tn| ',,."1.nnl'c't tll1"., <'''1 i""k '-J*. 2tr 12-3 FREE ESTIMATESCall
L1.5 Serviced, Guaranteed and
POSTAGE \ r"-y.. :SOI;: S. !>:: e 328-2144
Delivered In SUrke Area with Collect
REDUCE !t> 3 and fast
9-1.;; M1.
NO EXTRA COST OaBess: Tablets and: E-Vap
).....- -------- a.__.. ..-...-..- .-.
TJ8 441 N. 4502 NTT 13th "water pills" Andrews Drugs' -------------- .N NNN.i

G"Irf'"m. 87g-i7S5:! <--'o 12-17

filer Brown POSTED SIGNS: Treated to FOR RENT -En't furnished; i We Repair i
withstand weather- 20c each 2 ts3rcm: house 749 N.
$2.25 doz. Special )price on large Thompson Street. Qill 964-74J4
1IIlIIt'"OVolkawaKen! !! !! er quantities.! Bradford County or 964-S070. lip .
EASY. Telegraph. tf

On Crosby Lake &Ci\ :"bv! Lake: CHRISTMAS
New Used t..fI). Inlet. Ideal For \\:o'J'.1e Hrmss, i ADDING MACHINES i iI
Sales Service VIII Summer Cottage Or Year. APRONSAny

1 ML North of Tire Man Round Livlnjr.! type!' Any !dyle.Mr. CALCULATORS
AU Lots Ready To Go-Cleared I
Graded & Leveled
Alma M. Hough
Priced! From !STO300.: F'nan- ;
elng Ava':! !a'ale. Call 8t4-7701.' 241 Park Place
Starke Fla. i Get'em While They Last! :

He does it mall. CHICKEN FERTIllZSR::: -
by BEGGS cleaning! & sprei-Urj: : Call W.

Beats walking. And the weather. Gulf ServiceUSED A. Pre tt. 4nl"' ;. 4to 12-10 I Used Typewriters I

And it's as easyas PARTS FOR SALE: Treated:! and: untreated .
: pins a"c5"!! i !'im- .
asking us for a free Bank-by-Mail I form. Top Prices: for Wrecked Carl Iber random: widthj, :I 1 len!!h. SKYLINE I:: 1971 : -$45 To $85-- i
21 Hour Wrecker Service Crs5rted: p*'!;s. rall'oad: : cross:
/*:es, I" 'back: pips! for weld MOP!HE !HOMES:: : .
Oil N ing various hoo equ'p'nent.', 2 Completely Reconditioned i ii
FLORIDABANK Use: Cars welders' etc. Mutual Lumber! 12'x (60') !
Hwy. 311 N. Waldo Company: Inc. 6 m'les' south
468-1998! on 701. Phone '964-7490. Call 2 Bedroom, Furnished i Royals, Remingtons J'A'j I
between 8:00: AM. and 4:00:
AT STARKEMember $4,095.0)) i '
PM. UchT


Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. oiled and adjusted: In your well get It for you Office HOME! SALES I See Them At *

borne 300. Vacuum chaser: Supplies. Fnrrltar:: Equip tt =

On9. of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group .repairs. Dennis also.E.All Cojjina work cuiranted. : Phone. Telegraph.ment. !- Bradford County Starke. Fla.. 10! \\cst\\ Bradford County Telegraph tZ

411-1423. lIobW PHONE 96-1.6305 .J

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