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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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r, Operation of this city

dump at Hampton was or-
?w ;sw : Carter New dered resumed immediately .

Hampton l by the County Commis-

sion after the Board conferred

Monday with two

:' Decide CofC Exec state health officials.

:1 To A favorable report Is also

y foreseen for the county's application
to the Division of ,

Health for the operation of a
)ri Mule Carter Jr. was named County Agent Bobby Taylor, dump near Ralford in the northwest -
. On CharterTo president-elect of the Starke- part of the county on the
,,. *. Bradford County Chamber of sponsor for a year. Five mem- Brownlee Road (SRS-229).
__ Commerce by the Board of bers signed up at the meet-
Governors at its regular lunch- The Hampton dump had been

be or not to be .. that is the question to be decided eon meeting at the Garden Restaurant (Cont'd on PR. 6)Massey closed since September 15 while
last Thursday. town officials and the
by' Hampton electors when they go to thd polls ina became more confused as county timewent ;

special election Tuesday, Dec. 15, to decide whetheror @ Carter will serve as president on about how and why
not surrender the town's charter. of the Chamber In 1972
to .,. ,' the dump was shut down. That
and will work with President
action was finally pinned downto
a .. B.F. (Bud) Mlzell In 1971. Both WE. Line, acting regional
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As stated on the ballot the city: $914 last year, and the will officially take office In engineer of the Air and Water

question will be: Sball the Cityof Florida Power & Light fran- : January.The also tappednew Pearson Pollution Control Board In
Hampton Florida surrender chise paid the city $1.033 to ,',' i Hamilton Jacksonville.
board member Brian -
Its franchise said Monday his action
as Incorporated more than offset this cost. .
,/ to serve as treasurer In
municipality; existing under Zoning in Hampton has not resulted from a complaint from
the laws of the State of ; ''i'; 1972. a Hampton resident when Com-

Florida? been regulated by ordinance, _..... ... t1-I.' 1I 1970 President Mac Baldwin Win' InLawtey missioner Ralph Bryan pinned
and the city: Is exempt, as are will act as vice-president next him down. His department receives -
FOR surrender of the fran- other municipalities, from the year as is the Chamber's pol' a number of complaints
II chlse-- countywlde zoning code adopted Making the rounds of Starke stores Tuesday morningSen. icy.Confirmed about dumps, Lime said. The

AGAlNSr' surrender of the last year. If the charter Lawton Chiles met Mrs. Jewell Hampton in the by the governorsas complainant, R.J. Williams,
franchise---. should be surrendered, Hampton new board member. were was present at Monday's meet-
I dime store. Frank Sheffield of the store and
To manager George Roberts Jr., George
the charter, opponents residents face much stric- Ing but said nothing.
of the municipality will ter zoning laws than are now Chiles' Bradford campaign manager, extreme left, look Pierce Carr Hamilton,War- Sixty-five; per cent of the Without actually stating he
have to amass a two-thirds enforced within the city: lim on.JusfWalkin'. ren Winkler, and H.H. (Pat ) qualified voters at Lawtey visited approved of the Hampton gar-
majority of those casting bal its. The countywlde zoning regulations Everett. The six were elect- the polls Tuesday to fill bage operation, Llnne apparently ,
lots.Mayor restrict septic tanks, ed In recent balloting of Cham- two upcoming vacancies on the accepted Hampton Mayor -
Willard Thomas expressed lot sizes, setbacks from ber members and certified to City Council. Wiliard Thomas' answersto
belief yesterday that streets, etc., and although not Around Thankin' Peopleall the governors by John Sanders.In a series of questions about
the Issue of surrendering the changing present buildings,they other business the gover Incumbent Chairman OE. the town's proposals to oper-
charter will fall,and that Hampton would establish requirements norsWere (Gene) Pearson won another ate the dump. The health officials
will continue as a municipality. for future new construction. told the "welcome" two-year term in Group 2, detesting told the commission after -
Hampton has been Incorporated Florida's walking senator, cessful walking campaign for manner and dress, Including signs to be placed on US301at his opponent Mrs. Ab- he questioned Thomas that r,
Originators of the petitionto as a city, a mile squareIn Lawton Chiles of Lakeland, the United States Senate. brogans and suntans he did each end of the county; have bie Massey, by a margin of operations could be resumed,
hold the election were LG area with the railroad Intersection walked his way over Starke "It ain't often we get a before he was elected. bee n completed by the Brad- only four votes-- 9U to 86. but he repeatedly asked the officials

Johns, Jeff Baker, and Ernest as the center, since streets for about three hours United States senator In town" "I admire you so much," ford Junior FFA Chapter and In the Group 4 race, where and Hampton residents
Green. They obtained 62 signatures June 11, 1925. Before that the Tuesday morning "Just walkin'and said one Starke resident one lady answered Chiles'self- are expected to be Installedby Incumbent Milo Smith was nota present not to give him causeto
before presenting the petition municipal government was thanMn'"the people for voting whose hand Chiles rung. styled introduction. the county; within the next candidate for re-election, return to Bradford County :

to the council. classified as a town incor- for me. "I'm Lawton Chiles," the "Ohhh, I worked hard for few days. Chamber Manager Spurgeon (Spud) Massey beat In a proposal sent to Llnne, ,
you John said he
porated by the Florida Legislature Chiles visited Starke and senator would say as he walked as I've worked for anybody: in Myers expected his running. mate, Marvin Rosier but which the health official
die to the FFA V
Advocates of surrendering the In 1893, with the same Bradford County for the thirdtime up to local residents to Introduce a long time," said another bers Job their second get Bradford mem-Improvement almost two to'one. The had not seen until he arrivedat I
chapter have voiced complaintsabout boundaries as stand,today sine be,began. his suc himself exactly,One 'Award In I the count Including absentee votes.,, the meeting, Mayor Thomas ""
put t'
Senator Chlles'cametoStarke: stated the town will:
street conditions, inade- was Massey, 112; Rosier 65.
from Lake City and spent the six months. -Employ an attendant five
quate drainage, traffic control .
-Agreed, on a motion by Max- Pearson was elected to his
night at the Holiday Inn here days per week, eight hours per
city: ; dump problems, and proposals le Carter ,,Jr., to sponsor afloat third term on the council. He
Monday night He walked In the day, to keep the dump area
for a new water and In the Jan. 5 Inaugural was first elected In 1965 to
Lake City Christmas Parade lean and prevent burning of V
sewage system. They efforts, Creek WideningSet ; Parade for Gov.-Elect Reubln a two-year term but resigned
and attended a dinner and break- my refuse of dumping of large
however, to Interest the county
Askew. Cost are not to exceed when he moved to Gainesville
fast there. ippllances, trees, logs, etc.
assuming responsibility
$250, the price for which the for three yegre.Returning .
for these services found From Starke the walking senator -Close the dump when rainfall -
sympathetic was headed to, Trenton, Chamber has contracted with to Lawtey In late averages over six Inches.
Commissioners.ear The among county County already ;- then to Gainesville where heCont'd i firm to produce a float mount- 1967, Pearson was appointed) -Ask the county to cover the
To RowellAn ed on a flat-bed semi-trailer.
: has more problems than to fill the one-year unexpired refuse at the dump three times
-Heard a request from
finances, equipment,or person ( on Pg. 6)) Instructor David Smith, Asst.SANTA term of liarold' Crawford on per week.
nel to handle them, the Hamp- the council. He ttien was re- Linne asked Mayor Thomas
tonites were told. agreement to widen Alligator ell Lake. Purpose Is to get elected In 1 1968 and then again If It would not be Just as economical

Creek the final 3/4 miles high water past Starke beforeit .. this year.Massey to transport the garbage -

In considering consequencesof to Rowell Lake has been made overflows the banks of the is a former Lawtey to the Keystone Heights
land fill than to hire a guard
surrendering the charter, between property owner Mau- creek and Hoods Water and St. councilman winning election
for the dump. The saidIt
Hampton electors face the loss rice Edwards Jr. and the County Clair Streets as It did as late several yeas'ago, but resigning would be more mayor expensiveto

of most of the $9,838 Incomethe Commission. as 1968. the county will keep before the end of his term. haul the garbage to Keystone -
city; received last year, In return for the easementto digging now until the creekIs In running this year he rackedup .
and not more than $500 of this enlarge the creek the coun- between 30 and 40 feet wideMaurice at the highest vote of any can- The City; of Hampton has already
would go Into the county's cof- JIilha didate. : purchased 27 acres of
fers. It was said. land west of the railroad tracks

Real estate taxes (at 3-1/2 to operate a dump when the
mills the lowest rate of any present site is filled up, Thomas
municipality In the county) 4 Codes said In answer to Llnne's

brought In $1,245 last year, questioning.
In an opening statement to
and are billed at $1,322 for } \ Ji1 9 the Commission, Llnne said his
1971. Cigarette taxes gave Tap unit has no control over dumps,
Hampton $4,410 Income last and becomes concerned onlyIf
year, and virtually all of this pollution of the state's water -
f ,, and air rises above cer-
would be lost.Lighting wl
for city streets wouldbe r- ? It By Unit tain levels or If the A&W Pollution

discontinued without incor- ,, 1 plaint. Board .receives a com-
poration. This service cost the The second state official pre-

\ f Lack of a quorum kept the sent at the meeting was JohnA.
"$p. Bradford Zoning Board from Mulreiman. chief Bureau of
(!te,) \ doing business at latest meet Entomology, Division Health.
ing in November, but Chair Mulrennan said he hadn't "hada
( ow1G.tietNOTICB Edwards Jr., left, took the county man John Torode says the new- problem with Bradford Coun-

commission on a mile long walk Monday to '2J ly organized unit Is working y In 17 years." It Is under
toward adoption pf electrical, Mulreiman's division of the Florida
look over the Alligator Creek digging project gas, bulldipg, and plumbing Division of Health that the

through his property. Shown above are Chair- \,, codes. county mosquito control opera-
man Zedra Hamilton and Commissioner- \ Commissioner' }Ralph Bryan tion and the garbage dumps are
asked Monday at the County regulated."We .
Elect Eddie Allen.ty Commission meeting If any pro have operated the land .
gress had been made on adoptIng fill at Hampton as best we '
agreed to clear 100 feet of the to Rowell Lake. SAYS
way an electrical code the county could," Mulrennan said.
right-of-way and to pile the Going on down the watershedto under a new state law. Is "There Is no question we
All Insurance dirt on Edwards' side of the the west from Trail Ridge supposed to be enforcing since could operate the Hampton land

OfficesIn creek to serve as a dike In the 1968 high waters, result- ,,, .J...,; July. Told by Clerk} Inman Green fill most of the year In a san-
times of high water. It was ing from 18 Inches of rain that no word has been received itary manner," as well as con-

Starke Will also agreed that the county here In a week. later flooded J1ut Ale! at The. (hnLtiA aaJe. in Stanhe.Satundau from the Zoning Board Bryan trol the odor, he added.
will provide wire and posts houses on Crosby and Sampson then asked If confusion exists Hampton's trouble comes In

Be Closed From for Edwards to rebuild a quarter Lakes. Deoui&ex. 10:3O A.fll. between the zoning board and the rainy summer months when
j mile of fence that will The Commission Is also In ; f, the board of adjustment? the high water table rises, the
Noon Wednesday have to be moved, but Edwards the final stage of an .agreement But John Torode, chairmanof health officials said. He added
Dec. said he will build the fence. with the Southern Railway both the zoning board and It may be wise to operate
I 23 The board has sought for System to Install two additional Santa Claus will make his proceeding through the business board of adjustment said Wed- the Hampton dump now and move
Until Monday. some time an agreement with culverts under the railroad annual appearance In Starkeat district. nesday there Is {no such con- elsewhere in the summer.
4 Dec. 28 Edwards to widen the creek west of Sampson Lake. 10:30: a.m. Saturday In the catagory fusion. The Hampton delegation pre-
Prizes In the religious -
through his property."I'd Purpose there Is to remove traditional parade sponsored by As with promulgation of the sent readily agreed since that
I MERRYtib very much like to cooperate the water from the lakes fast the Starke-Bradford County; will be:Two 1st $50; 2nd will, zoning code, Torode says It was already: Included In Mayor -
$15. prizes
but that's the way I er to prevent recurrence of Chamber of Commerce. $25 be awarded; 3rd In the commercial I. difficult to get zoning board Thomas' proposal."I .
the flooding.' members together to work on the dump
personally regret
see It, the prize-winning cat-
Plans are also In the mak- group: lit, $25, and 2nd, $15. "
the codes. But sometime closed Mulrennan said.
tleman told the commission.The Heralded by the BHS Band, new was ,
ing by the County Commission In 1971 Torode hopes to have He recommended the dump be
Santa will make a grand entrance
agreement Included a to widen the canals lining Row- Brian Hamilton, chairman of
adopted In the county rules reopened but that the county
atop the city: fire truck,
provision for Edwards to re- ell and Crosby and Crosby and ; the parade committee, expressed -
governing plumbing, electrical, keep In mind It may becomenec.s..ry
and will distribute free candyto
o celve $200 for the Sampson Lakes. There Is a thanks "to all groups
easement and building. to In wet
gas move weather -
: <5. Board members, Including possibility that some day a the children along the pa- entering units in the parade, Torode further explained it .
rade route. who
Commissioners-Elect Eddie recreation be developed and to the retail merchants Is
r area might the function of the Zoning
Allen and George Roberts, In the three-lake complex thought enough of the commun- Board to consider requests on "The Hampton dump Is not .
4nh walked half mile The parade will assemble at ity to give the young and the
over a from much of which Is now changes In the zoning code. In an area the Division of Health
Edwards' gate to the lake and Inaccessible. 9:30 a.m. on W. Adklna St., young at hear t the thrill and The Zoning Board membersare
-'--- ..... ..... back Monday to survey' the site. Board members agreed Monday south of the high school, and Joy of a great kick-off for Torode, Ed Walnwrlght, or the county would have selected :
Mulrenna ..
7' 0. issWrLfl County equipment began In to ask Rayonier, Inc., local entries will be Judge before! the Christmas season. said In not.Cont'd

..... "-r4--f .4 August to more than double timber firm, for an easement -
the size of Alligator Creek to dig between Rowell (Cont'd on Pg. 8J ) ( on Pg. 6)
from east of Starke>to Row- and Crosby Lakes.


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f SpenglerBettesDate UDC LuncheonHas Ferguson Home AdkinsonWilliams Hospital Auxiliary Davis Kendrick

Announced Christmas Scene of Buffet Plans Tea, Dec. I 11 I Engagement Told
Wedding HeldMr.
Announcement is made of the Rose ThemeThe For Matthews-Meng The Bradford will County honor; Hospital the- Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Davisof

} 4 approaching marriage of Miss and Mrs. W.M. AdknvT Auxiliary Christ- Graham annoonc the engagement -
Holiday Inn the hospital personnel at a
Dorlsann Spongier to Joseph was set- son announce the) marriage of and approaching mar-
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fergusongave Dec. u,
for the W.T. Weeks tea Friday
ting Chapter mas on
Lee Bettes which will take place their daughter Patricia Dianne iage of their daughter Bar-
UDC, annual Christmas a buffet supper Saturday from 8 a.m. to :3 I pthe
Sunday Dec. 27, at 3 p.m. In night aRdorbMiss their home on Bessent to Richard L. Williams son of room.Mrs. tara Jean, to James P. Ken
Gftsdjw Mootys Pfcom M4-TM9 St. Edward's Catholic Church luncheon on Wednesday of last Betsy Mat Mr. and Mrs Mack L.Williams. hospital social chair- drick, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robbie Sheller
with a reception following In week. The wedding took place Nov. Henry Kendrick of Mt. Vernon .
thews and Bill Meng', whose on of the affair -
Society EditorShower the home of Mr. and Mrs The twenty-six; member attending marriage will be an event of 20 in Cairo Ge. .man, is in charge K.Y.
J.D. were seated at a U- bride-elect Is a graduate
Warren 321 N. Myrtle December 19. Mrs. Wllllanis is attendingFSU The
avenue. shaped table with the center The buffet table was centered and Mr. Williams will of Bradford High School,
''e11 /e All friends and relatives are table holding a centerpiece of with a bowl of fruit balancedby graduate from Santa Fe Junior ANDERSON STORK class of 1969 and is employedas
Invited to attend. red velvet roses and white Jew Christmas candle holders College this month and will a secretary atSunland Train-
eled daisies flanked by two decorated with holly. The five continue Ms studies at FSU. SHOWER TUESDAY ing Center.
silver candelabra with red tapers They will reside Kendrick graduated from
Given couples were seated in the Flor- in Tallahasseeafter Mr.
carrying out the theme ida room. January 1. Mrs. Tommy Anderson was Mt. Vernon High School classof
For Miss BollingerAt "The Christmas Rose". The The honor guest were presented honored ata stork shower Tues 1965, and is employed at
long' side tables held a garland Mrs. Ab- Co. in Galnes-
Pine Level of with a piece of their day night given by Huges Supply
with red velvet rose candle chosen silverpatternfrom their Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Hardee of ner Parramore at her home. ville.
holders with red candles. hosts as a memento of the oc- Hampton Va and Mr. and Mrs. The white linen covered refreehment The wedding will be an eventof
Miss Martha Bol linger, casion. Saturday Jan. 9, at 7 p.m.
Following the luncheon Mrs. W.T. Brinson of Valdosta, Ga. table was centered
bride-elect of Dec. 19, In the Graham Baptist Church.
was of Mr.
L.G. Powell gave a reading en- were guests with a crystal punch bowl.
honored at a bridal shower 4 titled"The Christmas Rose" Mrs. Dorothy Nell Grant of and Mrs. R.V. Turner and at- All friends and relatives are
Monday at the Pine Level Gainesville Parramore invited to attend.
night after which the group sang Dixie was Tuesday lunch- tended the Reddish-Stephens Miss JosePhIne
Baptist Church educational eon of Mr. and Mrs.
1 r and Bells. guest wedding. assisted in serving.
dP e' Jingle
building. Hostesses were Mrs. + W.H. Nollman.
A.B. Whltehead Mrs. Robert
Myrtck, Mrs. Paul Faulkner { '
Mrs John Eddy Mrs. John w 1 1S r

Jimmy Kenny Ricks.Thornton Mrs. Fate, and Brown Mrs.Mrs.Jessie t OPEN SUNDAY -I I P.M. TO 7 P.M.

Standing in the receiving line :
were Mrs. Brown, Mrs. H.G.
Bollinger mother of the honoree -
and Miss Bollinger.The .
refreshment table was n v lNr
covered with a white linen cloth ? )
edged with lace and centered
with a two-tiered candle arrangement -
in five shades of 1 Yf -
pink, edged with a garland of .
pink roses. Individual wedding
cakes were decorated with SENSATIONAL VALUES
bells. '

A candle arrangement on the ,tS t ah 7 t } DAYS ONLY!
piano further carried out the )
pink color scheme. ,,1 GIRLS 2pc. PAJAMAS I e .
ntv. [Dec.) 11 will be
The hostesses presented the Beginning Friday, we open
honoree with a six piece place AND GRANNY GOWNS'J from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Saturday
setting in her chosen china .\ Open Sunday 1 to 7 p.m.
pattern as a memento of the Soft and cuddly
occasion. sleepwearlnflannel- $199 $ 99 LADIES FABULOUS
Fifty guests were invited to ettes and brushed 2
call between the hours 7:30: nylon & rayon, prints
and 9 P.rn. a solids,4-14 to 2-PIECE PANT SETS


Miss McRae, STRETCH se Holiday sensations 99
TIGHTS sleeveless short and long
BrideelectMiss sleeve tunic and
flare OTHERS
Add the finishing styles with matching
Tryphenla McRae, a touch to all your leg pants In various easy- TO
holiday outfits with $ 49
Dec. 17 bride-elect, was hon Miss Elaine Murray Becomes Bride tights; choice of r'iLADIES care patterns fabrics.8-18 Colors A S12.99
ored at a bridal shower and colors 4-6x, 8-10,
tea Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Of Mr. Freeman in Madison St. BaptistMiss 1214.
Morgan Road Chapel. Hostes- r

see were Mrs. Bob Cooper Bonnie Elaine Murray tached to flat bows. Both
car- FINE
Mrs. W.M. Smith, Mrs. Ralph daughter of Mrs. Bonnie Murray ried pink, white and lavender $ 99
Bryan, Mrs. J.E.Norman Mrs. and Sylvan August Free- I 5
R.A. Underhill, Mrs. W.F. Atwood nosegays. ACETATE PANTIES STRETCH PANTS
Mrs. Stanley Crawford. man, son of Mr. and Mrs The bride, given In marriageby
and Mrs. Frank Brown.A George Freeman Great Falls, her brother wore a white Elastic leg briefs of l
100% doublekmt stretch that needs
never Ironing
Mont, in
were united marriageon satin gown overlaid with lace 00
and color non-run acetate tricot
yellow green October 8 at 6 in the featuring lone tapered sleeves elasticized waistband, permanent stitched crease r.
p.m. : $1
in the machine wash 3
scheme achieved
was ,
In black brown navy or bittersweet sizes 818. I i
party decorations Madison Street Baptist Church with a scooped neckline. Her able, white & colors for
Mrs. Cooper greeted guestsat with Rev. Denton Sumrall per- fingertip veil was secured witha In sizes 510. r i'
the door and presented themto forming the nuptials. floral headpiece.A .
the honoree and her mother Decoratingthe'altar were reception was held In"the" .'1,. HOLIDAY SHIRTS
Mrs. M.M. McRae. pedestal baskets and-, church annex. The bride's table LADIES AND GIRLS
The refreshment table was white gladioli and mums with a was covered with white $399
covered with a white net cloth touch of lavender, against a linen and centered with a AND BLOUSES
over yellow linen and was cen- background of branched candel- three-tiered wedding' cake SOFTLINEDFASHION
tered with an arrangement of abra with burning tapers. topped with a bride and groom. A gift to please every woman on your gift list
yellow and white chrysanthemums Mrs. L.A. Canova presenteda Miss Elaine Akridge cut the whether she favors frills tucks and lace or more ,
and baby breath. This program of nuptial music. cake and Mrs. Charles Jack- r BOOTS tailored' styles. All permanent Dress. Colors -
was flanked by silver candela- Earl Wayne Murray brother son presided at the punch bowl. 32-38. tall --.
bra with yellow tapers. of the bride, was best man Mrs. Carolyn Beeman kept :"jlft
The honoree was presented and David Jackson was usher. the bride's book at a table Fashion boots add flare
with a silver wedding cake knife Mrs. Janet Jackson served covered with white linen. Rice to your coats and $ 88 LADIES.NEW "
from her hostesses as a mem- as matron of honor and Miss bags made of tulle and tied Presses: Side zipper, In : I
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ento of the occasion. Sheila Taylor was bridesmaid. with lavender satin ribbons 'rlnklepatenlsl0.3.
Sixty-five guests called between Both were attired alike in lavender were placed on the table for Misses: : . MIRACLE STRETCH \ "" 1
floor length gowns with the guests. '
the hours three and five .
o'clock. puff sleeves,scooped necklines, The bride was an SP/41n the Our reg. $,pss \
empire style; with headdress U.S Armv stationed at Fort fashion boots with PANTY HOSE I =. :-: ,t I
matching lavender tulle at- Leonard Wood Mo. until Nov. zipper are In ladl8S$888 J ,
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of) / Nationally advertised "En.I 1- '
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Hawaii for three years where IIho.e -
fit to .
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t ? t geant in the U.S. Army. / stretch, fits 5'to;,9'.

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with ;you. .. Put ;your money into books and records and having long point col 2 5 "
t a good time. That is, it's great up to a point. And as to where Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Anderson lar, poly/cotton for
that point is-well, you'll know when you come to Especially t of Lawtey announce the asst colors, S-XL. MENS DRESS SHIRTS I

the woman in your life will know. There comes a time when that engagement and approaching pre .
certain three-bedroom home with two baths looks pretty good. marriage of their daughter Our reg. $2.99 -10"9.i up 'lot......the". long holiday"pamed,.n
t / fact, it t tn Marian Marlce to Lloyd James collar.. drni fMR.
begins to look more like the good life than almost IaDwW
Bryan Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs and lads." 4.t. >.?Mon 27
anything rite you can think of. But course, a home requires. a Lloyd James Bryan Sr. of urlpm. Mlklt 4 t.nci.j, .
BOYS v '
t down payment. And that's where Starke. NEWEST FASHION ,

First Federal Of Starke t event The of wedding January wlrf 1 at 7:30:be PERMA PRESS PANTS' MENS NEW WIDE TIES

In Morgan Road Chapel. Lfroa.k M.......hq. '(.'''''. our 3.y 4" .,
t T' t All friends and relatives are and MOM.StS our DTMI tlurtt rot,. ,'de off .It"
bIP t. In burn Invited to attend. tlllDM,.., 27 .. .hlon plui' $1.88

t First Federal t \ Entire StockBOYS100


t And Loan Association t RULLINGTON'S Itejfistered i At KNITLON SHIRTS l' \ MENS LONG SLEEVE

OF STARKE DECEMBERMiss .Slwrl. .,M...,... ..MK.. .I.
1 t Carol Reddish car f.,.*..m,t-Xk.
395 W. Mndison St. 984-5000 Miss Tryphinia McRae

I Our flours: BULLINGTON'SPHOTOGRAPHY Our entire stock of mens
t cardigans In wool blends $
thru QOO
Thurs.-9 a.m. to 3 j p.m. many _machine washable -
Friday-9 a.m. to 5:30 reduced tor 3
t Closed Saturday : p.m. t Gifts The Treasure Bride.. Will CHARGE IT AT CARPS 1ST QUALITY ALWAYS ,, days only! Sizes S-XL from


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Carolyn Joy Kennan Weds Mr. Morgan Dr. and Mrs. M.C. Stith of Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Wah- Mrs. Clyde B. Terwlllegar

CAK';;; In Arlington. Va. are visiting Mr. lln have sold their home on Jr. spent Monday and Tuesday
Hampton Baptist Church CeremonyMiss and Mrs. J.R. Chasteen for Pratt Street and moved. toJack- In Sanford with Mr. and

several) weeks. sonville. \ rs. David G. Bishop, Jr.
Kennan became and each ,
Carolyn Joy they wore a white Rev. and Mrs. R.D. Btu' M\
the bride of Roy Daniel carnation corsage. and family were visiting friends Mr. and MrsUWlllard. Wynn Local admittances to Brad-
Morgan last Friday evening >In At the reception Immediately and relatives Virginia, West and daughter, )ella, and Mr. ford County; Hospital this week
a candlelight ceremony In the after the ceremony, pink Virginia and North Carolina the and Mrs. Billy: Hodge spent |Include Ralph Goodge, Mrs.
Cross Country Hampton Baptist Church. mixed flowers in a bouquet past month. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ann Goodge, Mrs. Josle Min-
Circle 1 of the First United The Rev. Melvin Hamel per- centered white-covered table Niram Wynn if. Eureka on the :ton Mrs. Martha Sundem,Mrs.
Team and Coaches Methodist Church held a Christmas formed the double ring cere- with red underlay. The bride's Mrs. H.E. Smith of WlUIston Ochlawaha River.' Eunice( Morris John W. Walter -
EntertainedCoach covered dish luncheon mony, during which the cou- cake three-tiered with divider spent Wednesday to Friday with Willis Swlndel, Mrs. Em-
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. ple lighted a single candle with columns, was topped with two her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Markus ma Mott Mrs. Margaret Rose
F.W. Strickland on Kingsley their two candles, signifying white doves In a cage. White Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson and Mrs. Eddie Wasdln of Wal- Crawford, RlcMe Lee George
and Mrs. George Lo Lake. the unity; of marriage. A lace- frosting was highlighted with Jo, and Mrv and Mrs. W.C. Flynn Sr., Mrs. Louise New
per and the six boys who ran covered Bible lay on the altar pink rosebuds, and ruby punch Mrs. H.L. Bmrmtee-under- Conner of Jacksonville were man, Sharon Underhill, and
Cross Country at the State Meet Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Hll- Tyler Jones returned from before a large bouquet of white carried out the color theme. went surgery last Friday at Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Gertrude McBride
in Jacksonville were honored debran of Daytona Beach announce St. Luke's Hospital Monday after carnations and red rosebuds. lira Jean Anne Broome, and Methodist Hospital after falling Felix Sapp. istarke; Mrs. Ruth Wadsley
with a barbecue by their par- the birth of a son, Kirby three weeks confinement The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marilyn Bennett of Jackson and breaking her. hip on Thurs Lake Geneva; Adele Padgett,
ents Saturday night at the homeof Joseph, on Nov. 24. Grandparents following a heart attack. George A. Kennan, the bride ville, cousin of the bride day. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan Lawtey; Mrs. Norma Melton

Mr. andMrs. R.G. Pater- are Mr. and Mrs. Shi Mr. and Mrs. H.E. McLarln was given In marriage by her served the wedding cake. Serv- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett and family of Live Oak were Hampton;; Mrs Jimmy Dam
son on Brownlee Road. Smith of Starke and Mr. and and daughter Miss Frances father. Her full-length gown ing punch! were Emily Williams dinner Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. James O. Dann, Melrose; Willie -
A silver tray with "Cross Mrs. J.E. Hlldebran of Orlando. McLarin of satin had a rose brocade of Gainesville, cousin of the were Saturday night H.A. Lawson. Rogers, Ralford; and Mrs.
of Panama
City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julian
Country 1970" engraved in the Mrs. ; empire front panel, and the bridegroom, and Wendy HilL Mildred Ganstine, Waldo.
visiting O.L.
Haynes Sr. Ezell >In Macclenny.Mrs. .
center was presented to Coach the first of the week. long puff sleeves had buttoned The new Mrs. Morgan Is a Mrs. Martha Moore attendeda
Loper by the boys: Richard cuffs The round neckline was graduate of Gainesville High H.G. Bollinger and luncheon Saturday In Orange
Fill, Buddy Paterson, Jimmy Mr; and Mrs. William C, Mr. and Mrs. J,P. Hazen accented with a tear drop pendant School and will complete her daughter Martha, visited Mr. Park at the home of Mrs.George Mr. and Mr*. Robbie Shaller
Lowery, Holland Corbitt, Mark Powell HI announce the birth and daughter, Joy, of Ocala Her mantilla-type; veil nursing course at Santa Fe and Mrs. Milton Hartzell In Schoene.Mr. were weekend guests of Mr.
Hodges and Gerald Griffls. of a son, William Christopher, were Sunday visitors of Mr. of tulle wa s bordered in lace, Junior College In Gainesville Winter Park last Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. Donald Winter In
Others, attending the affair on Nov. 22 In Alachua General and Mrs. M.F. Hazen and Mrs. and she carried an open Bible this month. and Mrs. Guy Sale vis- Leesburg and also visited Mr.
were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lang Hospital. Maternal grandparents V.V. Hazen. topped with two white or- Mr. Morgan, the son of Er- and Mrs. E.H. Gunter ited Mr..and Mrs. Keith Gil- and Mrs. H.E. Bradley while
ley, Tom Farnsworth, the Interns are Mrs. Charlotte Hoffman chids. nest Morgan of Jacksonville, and family of Eau Gallle visited llngham and family In Tampa there. .
in coaching[ Lee Sparksand and Vic Frees. Paternal Mrs. Marion Moyer of Jack- Bridal attendants were Mrs. and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. his mother, Mrs.Nancy Gunter, over the weekend.Mr. .
Johnny Kenny, managers, grandparents are Mrs. Dot sonville is visiting her Sherry Shonk of Sylvanla. Ga.; D.W. Johnson of Hampton, is a on Friday. Miss Louise Stern was awarded
Mr. and Mrs. EW Hodges Porch of Ocala and WilliamC. >in-law and daughter, Mr.son-and Elaine Kennan, sister of the graduate of BUS in Starke, and and Mrs. Richard Diehl a management quota trip to
Mrs. Elizabeth Lowery, Mrs. Powell Jr. Mrs. F.W. Strickland, this bride; Mary Frances Bennett, has been employed at Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rader !and family of Palatka were Kansas, City; Mo. to attend the
Robert Fill and their families weeks cousin of> the bride, from Jack- General Hospital Gainesville havo returned to their home visiting her mother,Mrs.Marguerite 1971 Cozier Jubilee. She was
sonville; and Tammy Jo Mann since completing Ms Army ser In Peoria, HI. after three weeks Barker, on Sunday. gone from Sunday to Wednes-
Clyde B, Terwlllegar. and Miss Jayne Hardy of Jones- as flower girl, a cousin of the vice. visit with Mr. and Mrs. L.C. day. /
Mrs. JG Caldwell and Mrs. daughter, sons, and Robin War boro, Ga. arrived Wednesday bridegroom, from Brooker The Early. ,
TA Yawn Jr. and daughters ren visit. Wesleyan CollegeIn matron of honor wore an empire I
visited Mrs. L.R. Mack InMlc- Macon*,*Ga. and Auburn University for family the from holidays.Thursday Joining to Sunday the gown of pale blue crepe n - ._ __ _:. __ __ __ _____--..I___ __ __ ___

anopy and Mrs. Esma Yonguein ; in Auburn, Ala. over are Mr. and Mrs. Gene with a deep blue velvet bodice
Fairfield on Sunday. the weekend. Ivey Jr. of Atlanta. and back sling belt. Long puff
sleeves were of the pale blue
crepe, and''a dark blue vel- DENMARK
'< ,I. I ...1 II" "_ ..., j'....'... '1# 6:' ";: ".'\,.. vet rosebud >In her hair held Home-Bound Gifts I
-" -1IIIJI: the light blue veiling. The two
bridesmaids and flower girl
Sale Prices CHRISTMASGIFT were gowned alike in pale pink SUGGESTS _
crepe and cranberry velvet .
Thurs., Fri., styled; like the matron of hon- ... -

and Sat. Only SALE or's Mew dress.Testaments They carried topped open with

:prays of red rosebuds.
tt r r rCLAIROL ''
Jimmy Hackle of Vero Beachras for The i For
: best man and ushers were
donnas Birt, and Danny Wll-' TheBEDROOM
3-WAY llama of Gainesville, a cousin DINING BOOM

of the bridegroom.
HAIRSETTER Our sale price Timmy Jones was ring bearer. -

Music was supplied by Mrs. BEDROOM SUITES,
$ Anna Vlncett of Middleburg at Beautiful Dining Room Suites ,.....,
Instant hairsetter can be used ItYr,
wllh Clairol conditioner, water or 2 2 the Waldo piano and A.J. Boles of Large Selection In Stock DANISH MODERN. s'' 1' ..
vocalist. '
as a dry hairsetter. 30 rollers. '' r

Paula and Stephanie Kennan SPANISH, ITALIAN "
sisters of the bride, kept thebride's CHOOSE FROM I"" ""'""" '
book and were program SPANISH FRENCH I e I FRENCH PROVINCIAL _

CLAIROL TRUE-TO-LIGHT attendants. Their gowns matchMi EARLY G""tl. +r
those of the bridesmaids, kr ;

Betsy Matthews
Our sale price "' AND DANISH '7 *. Pecan Walnut White
ollice or evening light ytwr,
at the flick ot the dial, regular Complimented at MODERN ,... :, ; ,< *. Maple Oak Etc. ,
or super magnifying mirrors. Two Luncheons
r Save! G -
Also -
C / TSfafSasSUNBEAM l Miss Betsy Matthews, bride- AND 6 CHAIRS
N b elect was complimented at a MATTRESSES BOXSPRINGS' --
Our sale price( luncheon Thursday of last week
given[ by Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr., ODD DRESSERS CHESTS -

HAIR DRYER F Mrs. J.R. Wainwright,and Mrs. BEDS
$1994 t Gene Shaw at the home of the FROM $29995
The professional-type' heifdryer
latter. ,.
i with. 3 Meltings forfust hood.IM."roghl Bridal placecards marked the c:< ForT: ",..11. k
f temperature. Adjustable;
seating arrangements for the
16 guests. ''The bride's table 11YII10 ROOMGET
g Oursaleprlce 'I \ was covered with a beige cut- For The
GE\PORTABLE work cloth and all three dining
\ 'J tables were centered with red BREAKFAST BOOM YOUR LIVING .
.. and green Christmas arrange- ''', '
Large boulfant bonnet to ,tit over $1197the ,y ments. Gracing the buffet !In ROOM READY f ....
roller 3
largest : temperature
the dlnlngroom was a horn of
v case.veilings complete with carrying r plenty; filled with artificial fruit. DINETTE SITES FOR THE HOLIDAYS '

The hostesses presented. Miss
k Matthews with a corsage and two '*. 5 PC. Suite. Jfcjg Living Room Suites
I Ij6
/ cups and saucers to her chosen '
t ,hk, china pattern as a memento of *. 7 PC. Suites S Sofa Sleepers
the occasion.
DELUXE INTERLUDE Among the guests were Mrs. *. 9 PC. Suites r I w Sofa Beds Recliners
E.L. Matthews, mother of the ;
'% ELECTRIC ORGAN honoree, Mrs. Paul Meng,mot- *
Lounge Chair
By AUDION her of the bridegroom-elect, ALL STYLES h, ,, "
and Mrs. W.E. Mlddleton.
Priced at only AND COLORS '*. Occasional Tables

Mrs. W.B. Sewell and Mrs.
$9997Complete Rudolph Crawford honored Miss FROM Lamps
Matthews at a luncheon Fridayin
the Pecan room of the Gar-
organ ensemble with 37 keys, 12 den Restaurant 59-95 to 129-95 Wide Range of Style., Colors and
chord Keys, 3 octaves, matching bench and A yellow, green and white Prices
rTo Suit Your
: Budget
books. Also
music a line piece ol furniture In .
Medlteranean stylel color scheme was carried out ..- -
r In the table decorations. Cen-
tering the long dining table a .
ROSS AC-DC RADIO WIT AC-DC RADIO PHONOCOMBINATION was an arrangement of yellow For Lasting

BUILT-IN LINE CORD chrysanthemums In a silver -- Pleasure
bowl. Bridal placecards marked
the for the
Our Our 14 guests.seating arrangment Homemaker, Career Girl or Bachelor You>/;i' Small Appliance Gift

sale $'8 87 sale $2 27,7 The hostesses presented their will do so much to lighten their kitchen chore),:'and serve as a lastingreminder
price guest of honor with a yellow
and green corsage and an antique of your t ra rJ
A solid stale AC and battery This solid state portable t crystal compote as a
operated AM portable radio., phono with AM Radio operates remembrance of the occasion.
Housed In a leather-hke on battery or on house 0
case and accented with, -' current with builtin AC line I 1
chrome grill. cord.33 and 45 --j. oughtfUlne'.8.
rpm.RELIABLE Mrs. Edith Christiansen of a
New Orleans, La. is spending 11 / e
PANASONIC 9" All CHANNEL 5Va QUARTCOOKERFRYER the holidays with Mrs. Edna 1t

Hart. She with Mrs. Hart, Mrs.
Ella Moody and Mrs. Dora ELECTRIC t I"' -< '-3
Our 93 .a .. oar $084 :: Ronald Crawford in Ocala on CAN BEACH wy.,'..,

price sale 69 price sal. W : Sunday. TOASTER5: OPENERS MIXERS IRONS Perculator ;

Mrs. AW Gaylord Jr. of
No mere wailing. for picture CompletelyaulomallcCOOkedlrysr .
Kingsley Lake Is undergoing *
or sound. This TV features it a handy appliance BlendersPressure Cookers
surgery Thursday in the Ala-
instant on picture and for holiday cooking
sound. UHF and VHF reception and frying Holds up to 5V> chua Generaillospftal. *
Teflon Stainless Steel
Cookware Sets
; 1 guarantee.' quarts!
Mrs. Charles J. Harris and
daughter, Miss Betty Lu Har-
WARING ris of Jacksonville,were guests Hoover 0
SWIVEL VACUUMOur 7-SPEED BLENDEROur last week of Mr. and Mrs. Bridge Vacuum 11

Lex Green. Luggage Sets fl AccessoriesSamsonite

sale 28 86 II sale' $1 "W93 Mr. and Mr. C.S. Haddock (I Cleaner
attended a steak fry at the
r price price | f home of Mr. and Mrs. Rus- /t's A Fact You Can Do Better At"
sell Hunter at Jacksonville
Powerful and easy to handle Get one in time for holiday
vacuum complete with r. ...... entertaining Perfect /for Beach Saturday evening. ;;. -
? I
three attachments. Built- mixing drinks or preparing eee 'Y -'..' ;;:. a
IAGE quality and depend Ii -- aaooo your favorite dishes. S cup ...
ability. glass jar. THE BRADFORD ,


3/8 INCH DRILL SAW Published every Thursday ..
Priced only al .r 1v ,
l lQ99 a. 138 W. Call Street f' ,, t
Priced at only .t
$ Stark, Florida 32091
$ 288Cut
Second class) palate paid !!

corners or curves al Starke. Florid f i
Balanced lor comfort, drills wherever you draw the .
all materials last and accu line In wood, metals, Suhecrlplioa Rates: K .,,
rately. With. gearing and plastics. Versatility and !. trade area 3.00 peryear
chuckt ,10 handle (those 1 low price make It an Ideal' ; $2.71 six months. ._'"f"
biggercba.; glftld Outside trade area W.JO 34JY.. !Il.! .*! =:. .J.t_ y Phone..9''c.S827. tad., Zrb t.1C1CIC .-

AWAY OW FOR CHRI T AS CHARGE IT AT CARP'S. per year; $3.00 six month 1

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No mailing! Couponsgood fo'r.50S&H;: Green Stamps with each 600
Now You Can Bonus Gift Points you redeem at S&H Redemption
Redeem Bonus Centers.What's more,you get 25 more S&H Green
Gift Coupons at Stamps with each additional 300 Bonus Gift Points
S&H Redemption you redeem.You take your coupon to any Winn-Dixie
Centers store and getyour free S&H Green Stamps.No
purchase necessary.

These the S&H 2913 Altama Drive&"T"St. 5935 University Blvd.,So.Jacksonville. .
are Brunswick,Ga.Gateway .Fla. 1000 SSOaE
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Shopping Center 10 8 So.Edgewood Ave.
nearest 5430: Norwood Ave. Jacksonville:,Fla.
Jacksonville,Fla. 1545 S.Monroe St.Tallahassee. LOW-PRICED WEEK-LONG SPECIALS.

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On this tour of the state In Starke Sen. Chiles visited
every precinct
except one and Commission), E.W. Linne also asked If the county -
Chiles the senator Is fulfilling a pro- various business establish- losing that by County
',. mise he made In his election ments, walking through to only two votes. Hodges, and Ernest Trlest. has a long range program In a
I campaign to continue to stump shake the hand of everyoneIn Codes It Is the function of the Boardof mind for Its garbage problem, TRADE'AT HOMEannI: ; rI
o. Adjustment, Torode explained noting the land fills will not
k 1)
; (Cont'd from Pg. the state after he was elected.He each place.
"?,T A. he'll County to consider speclalex- last forever.
says spend a week of Chiles won In Bradford -
ra 4 scheduled to spend the every month back in Florida by a 3-1 margin over US (Cont'd from Pg. 1) ceptions to the zoning code. "We do have a long reprogram -
night before going to Ocala.: talking to the people. Rep. Bill Cramer, winning In But no special exceptions have but money Is the problem -

__ _..,..............._ ..._ ,, .,,, .,, ,,,,. Hamilton, (chairman of the been written Into the Bradford now," Sanitarian. Jack Tra-
"" .M' -oo-<> -""- --"""'>Z:>"-""'" ""- --=-:->>:o- =>> _"<<-.v....:.:".:";.:!..;.;";.; --=---- --"" zoning code, he says due to wick answered.The
lack of operating funds and
1 lack of time of the zoning boardto Commission voted un- JS"LADE GAS
meet. Exceptions to the zon- animously to resume Its cov-
ing code are needed, Torode ering operations at the Hamp-
A Smith-Corona can help I says, and that is something he to land fill. The closed sign
Intends to work on. has been removed by the county -
Members of the Board of mosquito control unit and N
school. Adjustment are Torode, Ed clearing of uncovered garbagewas
your teenager through I Walnwrlght Rex Smith,Jerome to begin this week.
Johns and Art Kiefer. These Charges were that the dump Heating Headquarters j
members, however, have no might pollute the Santa Fe River *
functions as yet since there a short distance away.
are no exceptions to the codeto There were also complaintsabout
How many other Christmas gifts consider. smoke and odor from
I Several applications for exceptions burning trash. R
to the zoning code,
can say that? mostly seeking permission to solve your heating problem
locate house trailers, were referred -
; to Gene Long, who acts C C El4ec 0 o. ,N with the remarkable SIEGLERIVJerk
This is u Rocxl, Christmas to forget| I ho fast\ hand.HissH'llinncan lt>your lecinager.\ We know l because we've f.3 as administrator of the code. j !
surfboards,skis,alld title I little IV st'ls.' llrcjuse | /; improve(A IYllt'd| l word l lthat's ready helped quite u f'w--I t out of every 5 ; Several requests for permission j
right, now your\teenager!; is bucking the toughest ; |"'IlcdstanlsoutI I I like a 11.11.1) electric|IK>iuljle t ll'e\\T| tcrs in America are ry 3 to locate septic tanks were (Cont'd from Pg. )1)) J\ ///
referred to Sanitarian Jack
,most competitive schooling\ country J llisc( native'lhinkinj.J'I'Ilu\ !; has ever devised! tx'i| riter takes ideas"us fast.. as he ant.. wing Frankly Smilh-Corona irnta gift that'll Trawick.In I
Why not give a gift! that I an help 1 liiein.) help u student have fun r;:; other action, the Commis- Ing. President Mac Baldwin \\
For instance,a Smith-Corona'Electric And a quiet| little inn ac lee lilted Oruni.IUI /; It's simply u gift that'll help. sionAgreed: termed the request an excelJ j J
Portable. Because hcrc'h 1 cun hupp| 'n. "< occurs. u.3 to pay half the $300 lent suggestion. The ag men, j I
Your teenager can leu i'n to type t twice as A Smil h-Cornnu run makeudiffeiemc MAHCHANTft :M: membership for the county In effect, asked the governors ,\
:> clerk to State Association of to extend their participation !j
b Clerks of Court, but told Green in the scramble further than J
; the next year the entire mem- simply sponsoring It each year. 1 MI. t"I a '
I bership should be budgeted from "It would enhance the feel- ;; \ ."
his office. Ing the boys have for the Cham- : :! J'." 'J' o. r -N
-Voted to pay for a year's ber of Commerce. They never 1 1 .. '"jl r '!! ::
l maintenance on the courthouse see anyone directly connected i ; i,'."
I +l li : month, ".1 fi" I r qi.Ii. 1 N
: elevator at $66.12 per with the Chamber, Vo-Ag In- .: f''i'. .
less two per cent for annual structor David Smith told the .... '. t. ..,f'r. j'
payment, a saving of $15. governors. j jIlugglns tt Hj', r 1 N
i -Was told by Clerk Green M lt 1" .
i i that the Orkin company of said there are now i 1i.' J"1. 1 T .
I Gainesville had been asked to over 75 animals boys In the -( j !rJl; 'j,.'. i !t-; NN
have a representative at the county have won at the scram- courthouse Monday between ble"all well above the ave- fit
'is 8:30: and 11 a.m. Green said rage livestock In the county." \f M
k ;;
he had not received acknow- -Adopted a resolution call- .
i f ledgement from the firm. Ing on the Department of Transportation ..:/
I : -Asked Road Foreman R.E. to make a top priority \ M
tRi.F, Jones to grade soon as possi- Item of four-lanlng US-301 t."j"
ble a portion of a dirt roadin from Baldwin to Callahan to the : ) ",'
the Bedford Lake area where north and from Belleview to M
J 1I the county has recently been t;,.r.: "
r given additional rightofwayto Wildwood, connecting 1-95 and t:
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repair a low sandy place. 1-75, to the south. The reso- N h < ." .' 'J,: N
-Was told by Chairman Hamilton lution points out that all right- '. .
) that he attended a meetIng of-way for the four lanlng has +r
of the Health Planning Council been previously acquired and
r In Jacksonville. BradfordIs that It would complete a third
.r} one of ten counties In a arterial routing into the Increasingly -
15 district for which mental health populated mid-Flo-
facilities are being sought, he rida area.A .

<< j said.setting The a fee group of 800 talked per capitaIn about meeting will be held with N Semi-Central Heating SystemThe N

) Alachua County and IOC per State Sen. Rob Saunders to for-
? uuuuuuuuuuu+ Pr capita In the other nine counties mulate plans for a luncheon in N
: r SiogTcr Mark III floor level
Hamilton said, but will January to enlist the supportof f4 pours
(] JuJuuuuuuuLu meet again before that figureIs all those interested in the ]teat out the front, J b.iclc; and both slut

r, L J uuuu finalized. Sen.301 Saunders four-lanlng is enthusiattc A mulli-room heating without costly ff

his support of the four-lanlng pipes and registers.: Build it in tho wall
: Creek. effort, said Executive Vice- or just pin it to the wall. In two-tono g
President John Myers.
Cont'd from Pg. J 1)) -Agreed to solicit advertising f4 baked enamel or luxurious! : wood grain

rr, $ to have 5,000 new city maps vinly coating it will add beauty and f4
Ing the problem. printed. The governors said fd_ wonderful new comfort in home.
ft : your
Under they will sell the advertising
I I questioning by Com- themselves rather than havingan Come in soon and see (the remarkableN g

Cx missioner J.M. (Buck)Norman, Independent agent do it at f4 new Siogler Mark III automatic bag;
Mulrennan said It "looks like Increased costs''Myers! pointedout
there will be no difficulty Inapproving" the Chamber can sell the heatingINSTALLED system.N :; \ }g
the Brownlee Road ads at $25 each but that an
dump site at New River. agent would require $1015as COMPLETELY g
I Bradfordford County Telegraph I "Its an awful sight not real- his commission. Including
ly a disgrace to the county," Venting, Wiring of
Chairman Zedra Hamilton t.-t..a. .. .. _. y g
said indicating the Commis .c-.. .Pljerpr fur Thermostat, -
sion's stand that a dump in the the Wfisn's hransif ttyselnt(ttk Gas Lm >. >
f; (AUTHORIZED SCM DEALER) F area will be better than leav- _...... son Qf, .arrange i N ff 3 2 9 OUg
ing the refuse on the raod 7atil6tII, 1 get us to )wofk/ glowly.

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FFA Officers Escape Term VERNON RECEIVES! CONNER DEGREE 3 Hurt In Auto WrecksI

L..4...... "*' .t:...._ _, Given Inmate AT BERRY COLLEGE

Vernon Conner, con of Mr. I persona were slightly In time to stop. Mills' 1968 Army turned over on US-301
A state prison Inmate Joe and Mrs. F.H. Conner Routs ifcred In three automobile tjMi. Chrysler sustained $800 damage north of Starke Monday Dee
Hugh Helms 25, was sentenced I, Starke, received his Bachelor Idents occurlng In Bradford> to the left front and left 7, when an unidentified vehicle
toan additional elghtmontha of Science degree at Berry :Bounty during the past week, side when It crashed Into the pulled out In front of tt. The
after pleading to escape charges College, Mount Berry, Ga., onSunday according to the Florida High rear of a 1960 Pontiac left Army van went Into the median
Patrol Station
here. unoccupied Ivan Earl Cox
way by
Nov. 22. ; avoid collision and
Thursday In circuit court to a
A 1963 graduate of Bradford A New York couple Milton 20, Starke. Damage to the Pontiac turned
here. Mills. 63, and Ms wife 59, over.
Helms walked off a work detail High School earned- Us degree No one was Injured In the
In toOustriaT were taken to the Bradford Cox was charged with failure
M \ edacat gss but damage to the van
(, + Nov. 8 and was apprehended mishap
County Hospital Saturday after to
display parking lights on a
While attending lie'wu
Berry enHmated at$300.
ue r 1 a two days later In Polk County. was
late when their crashed
'9 Ty M noon car parked vehicle.
? ,,, He pleaded guilty through named to the Dean's List one Into a car stalled and left in Pressley told the FHP he
4 art t his attorney. Public Defender, juarter.( the middle southbound lane of
i was traveling north and Just
''rs i,,, + ..k, Jim Birr, and was given the He and Ms wife Frances are US-301 Just 200 feet south of before the bridge the left tire NEW CORPORATION
light sentence by Judge George living In Rome, Ga. the Starke city limits. They on his 1970 Dodge blew. The CHARTERED HERE .
L. Patten In view of hla
good have since been released.
car the guard rail on :
of State Tom Aduns
rw behavior at the prison. Cecil L. Pressley.22 Starke, the Inside of the northbound Secretary :
has announced the chartering
was treated at BCH for slight traffic lane of US-301, bounced
t Injuries received the following new corporation
Tuesday, off, and skidded 466 feet front-
Dec. 1, when-a tire blew,throw- wards and sideways, Onnally In Bradford County; T& T Apparel -
Dolls/ for Christmas or* selieGkee Ing his car out of control and turning over in the median strip. Co.. Inc., 331 E. Mad1-
/ BOOKS ARE excellent that one model not crashing it Into a concrete Pressley was traveling 70 tOIl St.100 Starke, Authorized
'1,1, Christmas presents for children only walk but it alienated bridge. .itock shares of common
according to the FHP
f for several and polarized.: Instead e/ The New York at $100 per share; dealing In
i 'rt' reasons, including couple was report. No charges were filed
,, ZI i : : : : the fact that you don't talking" it ., .
f John A.
t'' have to pay extra for batter 'inqful( dialogue-tifcf w -'en', the driver. Mills, failed to seea In a third accident a 1969 :
.. Starke. Filed Nov; 25. 1970
,' "'" lea LIB.
t td to
-. J..,, operate them. vehicle parked In the road Dodge van owned by the US 'jty George H. Pierce.NEW .
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Officers of the Bradford High Senior FFA Chapter, recently '

elected, are (front, l-r) Wayne Bennett, secretary; I

Gerald Rosier, reporter, and David Stalnaker, president. '

Back rowWalter Prevatt, vice-president; Larry Hicks, f1 Your I! F ]IqrJ'ma5 tort .
chaplain, and Joey Bennett, treasurer. Not Shown: Sammy ,. e
Holland 9 -Fl '
sentinel. SVV Je'1/ane Friendly .

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M -t =t; Whirl through the Holidays

nearing 'P

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..w Our Pant Suits and Party
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dresses are the closest thing ;
t ? this Holiday -
to you during
Oar Fashions Flatter in all
ro,{ 4 ft the new Styles, "Colon and Season. EAGLE'S is now',showing e

a'E. Materials ar R the newest" and most desired -
a't E.
t ..i; Choose from many Famous ,, fashions of the times. ft
Name Brand. .
ar/u "' ; ,. Come in today for your seJection. c ?

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5 to 13
Officers of the Bradford High Junior FFA Chapter, recently ft

elected are (front, 1-r) Debbie Bobo, treasurer; UP A MERRIER NM'
John Clemons, president, and Donna Bryan, seoretary. '' .am / ;.,

Back row- Terrie McNeal, reporter; Lee Sparks, senti-

nel, and Janice Alvarez, chaplain. 'Not shown: Clinton

Sellers, vice-president.


-'"F lil pj"k IM
". ...-, ... Railroads The} Seasons '
,'J"_'-' Prettiest in la
;iff a
STUDENTS1 Face Crisis, M GIVE HER BEAUTIFUL Wide VarJ-fv: that's sure tp "

A it \' Rotary ToldThe M Please
J JI" QOuses
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J case against nationalization : Slacks Sweaters
of the nation's railroads l

IN THE \. f was Club on presented December to 2 the by Thomas Rotary .. I, : Holiday frost ings I 11 Tops Weskets MfI.

COSMOTOLOGYCLASS w., f.7 B. Cash, assistant general ':" to top all ; Mix Match'emLingerie {
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manager of sales with the Sea- ;; i : .
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her .
board Coast Line Railroad, j.7'o.... skirts (;, \ i,
Jacksonville fashions. '
\ In spite of their present flnl- M pant ..u,__..............................................................__,.& i. '\ '
clal plight, the railroads, "If ""
THE given fair and equal treatment \
with other modes of transpor- w .
tation," can remain In private : ;
hands... can be modernized and Give Gift, ,:?,, N
Bradford Union Area improvedlargely expenseand continue at their.own a a !. !-' ;;

Vocational Technical Center great national asset, the speaker j
said. : J
To Begin Jan. 2$, 1971 "The Industry-wide re turn on
railroad Investment was only
For Further Information Contact 2.4 dropped per cent to 1.77 In 1969 per, and cent had>in 1l he'll wear with PrideIt's Jewelry

the 12 months ending last September
Mr. Orie Hutchins, Instructor ," Mr. Cash said. All

Phone 964-8275 at"This a time is when particularly railroads critical need ti ;; NctvrlOlD sad d ,1tV 'fJI h Ml

new equipment, Improved road- t f4r
beds, new rail and ties" the MENS AND BOYS r" d M
speaker said. "Because of lack j
of money, Improvement and l\ .
maintenance programs have j jVani'ty' ,MEN'SUI1i Sport Coats N
fallen badly behind. This mean jj
CANDY deficient: service, lost busi luxuries j jj BYSTYLE
nessa vicious: cycle." By nake her j I IN ALL THE NEW FALL N
1980, more than $36 billion
j MART MATERIALS Come take your pick: oiPrelty
must be spent on plant and feel like and Whimsical
equipment If railroads are to j I
rslt continue operating efficiently, % ., royally. So j r SOLIDS Pins Earrings, Necks.
laces, Bracelets and
Mr. Cash declared. J
Fore 'b her. 1,
In spite of this grim outlook, ; pamper j MEN'S l PLAIDS More.

taking the speaker over of strongly the railroads opposed by j LONDON I STRIPES +, ""-

O e lst i S. the government, which he said FOG 1 --41i j
+ .. would mean huge deficits that Fair GALAAND
would have to be made up by i i JACKETSMENS ALL SIZES i I
tax dollars and would be "no m '
favor to the American tax i
14 Oz. Reg. 2.9PECAN payers and economy." The No. One 'j AND BOYS r a LIFE
Mr. Cash said that what the 'j Name inUnderFashions 'j STRIDE
LOG ROLL 1.99 railroads need most Is to be j Wm Mt BMen's
freed from the "regulatoryphUosopy"
that evolved duringthe g and Eagle's is j AND
Can Reg. 1."19NUTCO ARROW '
120z. last century when railroads Number

CRUNCH 1.29" were In the a powerful transportation near-monopoly system. .. with a complete one- I SHIRTS Arrow And FOR THE li

Conditions have changed today, j _.._ Van Heusen GIRLS and LADIES $E
he said, and the railroads needto Selection J I MEN'S
Toys Novelties Souvenirs be freed from oppressive r.- \\'jLUU ':5r'YAc 4"- .
awn so they can compete i PAJAMASAND THOM
ae l footing with each other

BAN-LON QUALITY SPORT. SHIRTS enjoy means privileges of transportation not availableto which SLEEPWEAR McAnSHOES

the railroads he said. POSES BLANKETSBEDSPREADS ,.
Long Value 7.50-8.50
& Short Sleeve -
,e' Men's & Boys; '

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Richard G. Carat grad- A Complete Selection That's I Perma..Pre
uated from Parris Island Ma- DECORATOR,
rine Corps and Is stationed Sure To Please I
In Camp Lejeune N.C. SLACKS ITEMS.r .'
His parents,' Mr. and Mrs. FUN ALL THE MALES
Harold Garst went to his grad- IN THE,FAMILY
U.S. 301 North -Phone 964-5044 uation Dec. 4. '


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i'w Neighborhood atlve we all from CUBB are aides Lola Williamson Lil
I':, for the kindness of Mrs. Mona lion Cummings, two outreach
,I") Service Center Canova for the use of her personnel, Louise Newmans,
Busy building," Mrs. Dixon says and Faye Gibson, and the center
Staff of the NSC Includes two director Mrs.Announcing.. Dba1.
t"". ,. r' S Bradford County Neighborhood -
t ?
ti Service Center operated
; ; ..l by CUBB Economic Agency, f .

";,: z ll 2 a S t 24 22 ,j o 3 Is location increasingly at the old]busy RJE in Elementary Its new- NEW CLASS IN

'ix School In Reno. 1
,,' People of all races are"find- a CUKEIDECORATIHG 1
Ing" the centar In its new location ,
..- according to Mra.Thel- i
ma Dixon director.
'I Food demonstrations, using o
'Jy' commodity foods, are currently
,,i t, 1 y U being held once a week In STARTS
the center.
Basic sewing classes are being ,. JAN. 11
set up for each Mondayand
: '
,; Thursday afternoons. 1971
r Tutors are on duty each Tues '
F day morning to assist in teach-
ing reading and writing.
The center's clothes: closetis
"getting on the lean side,"
says Mrs. DIxon after the cen- Registration During Month Of December
ter has helped many needy families -
i T (w. .q +M1A 'iA1.. .... and children through the REGISTRATION FEE $10
'9 ln r t 8 A dt y T".., 411 recent cold weather. All donations TWO CLASSES
;! of clothes, blankets, I : I
-- ---, ---....-...-----,,- M ..4.-'. coats, sweaters, etc. will be 1st From 4:00 To 7:00 P. M.
appreciated, Mrs. Dixon says. 2nd From 7:00 To 10:00 P. M. '

Members of the 1970-71 Bradford High basketball Dan Flemming, Dean Johns, Douglas Brown, a Job part placement of the center's is' also activities still- .f TO ENROLLMENT 15 STUDENTS PER LIMITED CLASS

team are ((1-r) Malachi Henry, Dennis Charles Wright, Cleveland Simmons, and the director says. '

I Kelly Tim Murphey, Danny McKinney, Coach Mike Sexton. service"Call,"us Mrs.>If Dixon we can The of I FOR MORE INFORMATION. CALL

I Fred Robinson, Mike Branson, Jimmy Ricks, center's phone number 964- Bradford Union Area
5689, same as when it was

[ I Cagers Open Friday In St. AugustineOpening building Canova.Chamber ocated owned downtown of Commerce by Mrs.over Mona in the a VocationalTechnical 964-6150 Center

"How thankful and appreci ----- -------- --

r! their 70-fI' season turning starters fromlastyear, chosen a definite line-up yet,
, 1 Friday night Tornado Cagers plus two boys, who played regularly the five starters will be cho-
+: will travel to St. Augustine with the varsity sen from Tim Murphy, Dean
I I j to take on the much Improved Sexton, who will be In his Johns, Charles Wright, Mala-
R, v Yellow Jackets. third year as varsity eager chi Henry, Jimmy Ricks and
Last Year the Tornado Ca- manager says the team Is im- Danny McKinney.
gers defeated St. Augustine proving in practice, but still Sexton was quick to point out W hat do
twice, while losing only once. has a long way to go. "We'rea however, that, "Dennis Kelly s Terwillegar'sFord
First homo game will be short ball club, but I feel and Cleveland Simmons have
Saturday night, as the callers that we've got some good looked good In practice as wellas
take on a very tough Santa shooters. If we play heads-un all the others on the ball
Fe team. The Raiders accord- ball and hustle, we're goingto club"
Ing to BUS Coach Mike Sexton, win our 'share of games." Tim Murphy averaged twelve
will have at least three re- Coach Sexton says he hasn't points per game last year,while Team do for ?
Dean Johns averaired>__en.but) you
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that Coach Sexton points out,
Is the extent of the big scores.
"We've got Dean, Tim,Mala
m Say you have 30 Ibs. pressure chi and Danny all good out side .
at your water pump. .. shooters," Sexton said "While !
Jimmy, Charles and Dean, Plenty
II should give us a strong Inside
.. and 50(feet of %" pipe carrying

water to your/furthest outlet. "Dennia Kelly has a lot of
depth on the boards, Is a good

...and outlets In use along the way... rebounder shooter. Cleveland and a Simmonswill capable We didn't build the car. But we built the team that stands behind it and saves you money.

also see a lot of action on
k offense;Sexton added.
.. .your 30 Ibs. pressure can drop otl! According to Sexton, everything -

be sure your water system provides enough pres- Is based on the running 32 NEW CARS TO
sure, find out what a new Goulds pump can do for game. The Tornadoes will\< run
and press, not playa b l lcon-
you with DEPENDABILITY from trol game. CHOOSE FROM

Fred Robinson, a 61" junior,
Durrance Pump & Supply Co. will not be eligible to play until

January and Randall McGee will who P r, .,,,,. v''
Is recovering surgery r ,
' not be back until after Chris t sJ
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SENIOR Coordinators Named For Civil DefenseCivil to It wi BI.U lt. SainAJ..... At.
'Antique' Insulator torney tor Plalntlfr. whOM' .

/ CITIZENS Defense coordinatorsand announced this week. 0, lor Dot UJ'IOU.west 8tarkei Gall etre.t FlorMand .
coordinators Named coordinator for Bradford "" file the vim
ofromrfoul ,t.h Q.ek:;* of the .>bov-lItyle
Thefts Earn Fines Florida Department County; WM Guy H. Sale, Court: on or before* January
aided rrr... Nixon in ture and Consumer ServUM of Stark, who Is employed; In It Itllt otherwlee *. Judvo.nfont .
At our last meeting, Nov. 24 for each Individual. over by have been named for all Floe the Inspection Division of the may b. entered _alntou
"When it belongs to someone Nov. 1971. We have delegatesto for the relief demanded In.
else were arrested Nov. 6 and John a..poem. leas recited by..Mary, Sending Christmas cards can CUBB and the Neighborhood Ida counties, Commissioner of Department. L.F. Dlnklns, also the Complaint. .
keep cottonplcldn'IIaDds
your N. Farley 20 and Robert Darren ""Our ThaDkI- be expensive and difficult task. Doyle Conner Wltneae mr hand and the
Allen, First Agriculture: of Starke, was named deputy
off It, County Judge Boyer 22, were arrested: Service Center and we helped Ml of aJd Count Oil Jve let
As will wish each other all
giving. coordinator.The t ecem1.110..
Theron A. Yawn admonished! with the Mobile X-Ray Unit. day of >
Nov. 16 by Bradford Chief Deputy Unfortunately our secretary the Joys and Happiness of the In The Circuit Court of The coordinator's responsibility '!PEAL! )
four Jacksonville last ? We have written letters and
area men
Sheriff Dolph Reddish and unableo season at our party, It seems Judicial Circuit of Inman D.
Tuesday. Dorothy Kerrigan, was ; petitions to our U.S. Senatorsand Eighth In time of emergency An Clerk Of Bald Court
charged with petty; larceny.: to send cards to In And For Bradford
attend due to Illness. Emma unnecessary Florida includes the Inspection and Inventory By Moody
Each of the four fined representatives In behalf Clerk
$151 or 30 days In Jail was in Plea Southern The Insulators Bell Telephone belonged to Co.the orton, our treasurer was also each other. of constructive bills,on Social County. Case No. of "meats, baked pro- Feat Deputy Publication< Dee 10. Is T9.,
bsent due to the illness of her Aretha Mae Johnson, Plaintiff ducts, other available foods I2lv 4t
Day proceedings Nov. 24 after The Judge assured the four that Richards At our Christmas Party; ,each Security, Medicare and National LonnIe Johnson, De- Con- -
Alex. Hazel -vs- LP
usband, petroleum, and gas.
pleading to the theft of Health Insurance. We have
guilty; collecting antiques does not offices and member Is asked to bring a provided NOTICE
filled both The coordinator
said. deputy
Indly ner -
glass Insulators from telephone :constitute"reason to take property Other gift In value. of at least $1, information and entertaining Notice df Suit Thus tints c.rtlh. Concern;
Jd Job. Is with the
a very good charged res- that
for sale The for senior citizens
poles as antiques distribution of meetings Letot
; belonging to someone tax. The 1
members who were ill were To Lassie Johnson Iponslblllty of maintaining lia- _Aa D. FnaaeM.
insulators In demand are plain througha with due thanks to our John. business
else. gifts will be done Dela- doing
and Eloise Box 116-BA. Greenwood,
Everett ison with the U.S. Department 1.:1.: .
North Count Mtteie -
that have been turned Executive Board.
glass ones and Alex Morton M
Boyer Farley were arrested led by
Olin. We missed them all very game ware. of Agriculture Defense Board 8oh_. P. Ok Bo 1I e,. Brook.r. -
various colors by a chemical with 18 of the glass Insulators much and hope they will all be which will create much fun. AU of these accomplishments YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED and the County Civil Defense Florid* and recorded with
process: as a result of long exposure In their possession. would not have been possible divorce ; the ClerhPaf the Circuit Court.Inman .
well enough to attend our Christmas without of that an action fpr director of food. IX Green In 4li. Oounlyee
to the the
sun. They were caught working tele- generous help has been filed against :you and Bradford. SUute of Florida.4o .
George Bradford Hudson. Party.An ; Happy Birthdays were sung Starke Recreation Dept.' din-
,, 20. Dhone UnesJqst north of Starke. our cl re their wtohe to
Important part of our last1 are required to serve a In event of all _. .
and Gary Michael Mobley. 19. Hudson and to Harrison Batchelder, Clara headed by Gene Rayburn, Randall you emergency above bJ 1075-
Mobley were arrested meeting was la preparing to Latterman, Walter Richardsonand Davis, etc. Our heartfelt copy of your written defenses food and petroleum Items wouldbe e.r.hlDshy, ; ::.rori.. SI. said"
: In the same general do area EUGENE F.
Christmas to the If to Iton, removed from sale Civil
give gifts any Stoke.I .
Wedding con- thanks to all of the City Leroy to no .ntMJ..r -
FLORIDATHEATRE according The Insulators to Deputy Reddish. patients in the Starke Nursing gratulations to Pete and Lilly Council members of Starke,the '"SHAW. Attorney for Plaintiff;; Defense plan through a food to any benefit of. orTeaponslht.
are popular for debt or
Home. This year we plan to Johnson and Thelma Dixon. wonderful people of Bradford whose address Is 142 West Call ale freeze order, and a rationing ilatillltv Incurred* of any said bul
for sale
now as antiques,bringIng -
make washcloth slippers and we County, The Bradford County Street. P.O. Box 1086. Starke program set up, Conner heel after the Woes a.t...
from $1.50 to $5 depending '
each needed 48 Needless to ThIS" 'Document I..e4 K
Florida and file the original said.
Telegraph, Its owner and Staff and I I..isn.dIn
all S partner*
on the color.It Summing up this year 1970, by
say we had enough volunteers with' the Clerk of the above- if I w4tne
Members of the Public Library, th* raanee
is the first time the Sheriffs
we have tried to fulfil some
office here remembers arresting Including .men, to fulfil our obligations to our communityWe the Chamber of Commerce for styled Court oit or before December *. LeroyNotary. Pubic. .....a
note; Pete and Lilly Johnson 21, 1970 otherwise a Th.CtrrvN C..r..5 P'IJ.layRath .. '
and ; Leroy st"k
help encouragement
anyone for such an offense have repaired and cleaned your ... .
H Jmtiflml AmiF .
< Mal
members of our Sick Committee be entered against .It. -D. Fu** ll
Judgment -
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 may .. ...
but Deputy Reddish says books at the local: library,participated throughout this year. m / Cimmtr. Caw N.. !Ass P. Puaeell
.will deliver these clippers A Very Merry Christmas anda you for the relief demanded 'Oljndy! Mrturtd Key4 PIlnt1l1' M Hen seal
Sunday 3:00 Saturday> ] ton the Insulators are the "in" : In the County Fair,presented John dry.
Nursing Home betweenour In the Complaint. -Y.ateven Ky Defend. M.
at the 3ehn" Hendrr
New Year
Healthy, Happy to .
thing now. More common has Christ. a 16 point program In LISt wltdrAssa '
next meeting and WITNESS hand and the .
FR!. SAT SUN. been thefts of the tele- for the White House my > Notice Of Oust Steve Nina
copper maa. It would help if these preparation All.Hope will all to seal of said Court on the 23rd TO DEC. 11, 12, 13 phone wire which is sold to wrapped in pairsin Conference on Aging to be pre- you come of November 1970. ear.. of Command I mt Officer Sworn to anH ..ubacrbefare -v* -
slippers day
dealers for the metal. our Christmas Party which will t8.. Army Dow AFt m. thin IRttl dar of ) ow
tissue or Christmas paper. be the final meeting of the:year. INMAN D. GREENAS Jfeckwm. Mouth CarolIM.' ember. A. D 1.7Luolle
Double }Feature ProgramThe ...... ...... fe T.. CLERK OF SATO COURT You are hereby notified thM H. Edwards
ef A..II. Dec. 15, at 1 p.m., Recreation ,Inn action for divorce hA* been fJota/y Public.'' Nat. of 11'1& tIC
DetPII hall rue viralimt Too .and youf ar* farce. My Communion EIt'P iz.ee8e0t
8ee. 1M.16. F. 8. required' U> -*rv* a cop* 'of '
epic journey of four Node I* hereby lvwi.. that, Joe Kerrigan 11/26 4t tV 1 your utdtun detenu. It luny. i0Ti. U
301 DRIVEINShow Mr. leaao Cummin the holder -
generations of Americans: of the follow Inn certificate,
ha filed said certificate, fora
who carved out a country tax deed to b. iaeued there
Begins At Sundown .on. TUB certificate number
with their bare: hands and yearn of Inuance.. the d.-
crlplon of the property
ith* name In whUh It wa ...-
ft FRI., SAT. DEC. 11, 12 ......d are a* tallow: '
Certificate No. SO. Year otiMuance llUllSDlMJIjJIf/1

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM De.criptlun 1U6J.of Propery Com
I at 8W: COlt of NW i of SWVt
Kim H 610 ft. for COB N 200
ft. E su ft 8 100 tt. W 50 ft

new depths tie Name All|Hey".hl.of In .Id which JIIT: :property MBMied belnlf Lot- '71 Delta 88s are rolling in. and Olds dealers are out to catch up!

\ ,'. ,/ probes In State Unleea the of County Florida..uth certificate ot Urad ford.or Great time to move into the big-car world of Olds!

r7 ',I of I Iof TERROR certificate shall be reduemed
\ ,1 to law the property
v ', .. .de. rlbeJ In ouch certuicttteor
1 certificate will be Bold to th.hlvheet .
HOWTHE I : :" bld..r at the court
:: t PRICE l :. houev door on ,tbe Iret Monday

; In hle'r.Uh: : of 41)January day of, Jaou-171.
--:13. @Th1.!;
$ill "Toate'd'th!* '4h day ''Of Nov-
WAS mber. 1910.
Beulnh" M. !,[o04rDeputy
F Clerk of Circuit Court
WON I IGP! COLOR f.-oTirr, ''AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL \*(. l of Bradford CuuntyI 12-3}'Iorla&10w.Ue..1

'1970 Amwiun. IntinutioMl' Prtum, Inc. -
Fun NEIAJIJ1LWyMMRa GdAMN I ApBlUatloai far T.YD..d

METROCOUJH PLUS lI.e. 101.'. F. ..
Notice Is hereby alven; that
THE HAUNTED PALACE Mr. I aco Cuinmln., the holder <
of the following certificate
has flied Mid. certificate
imT suss I'WIH1'II;!; for a t-aa deed to 'bescud/
*ROBERT a RADNITZ noMcnoN "thereon. The certificate number
SUN., MON. DEC. 13,14 and years -of Issuance. ', '
SideMountain the descrlptlc-n! of the 1>rU1)Ur.ty. i iCerlflcate > IleenlM',
and the nam.. In which It
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM was ........ed are a follows:
No 85. Year of Is"oescrlVtlon -
: .+-.wwN..w VMM lllllMiMiJ.ll.1 iini liiil1i| IIWlftl>lli| I>IMI .
: T of Properly E
to ? 440 ft of NEH of 14W'EX
,.,.,wjiathappened susan R-W KX: 4A 440. tt BU In 8B;
Name In whl..h ....,..04'Lot.

AMD/ KJ ,' SHAME SHAME EVERYBODY I Iua Rte UoynoolelK 01 said E Prooerty TAll being.
; ? ---- -
; In the County of Bradford. Oldsmobile Delta 88: all-new styling
of Florida.
FILMI" 4.Are.1 ifl1Aks1i atate Unless such certificate or" exclusive new "Q-Ride" System. Powersteering Oldsmobile II
+ N./ef/ ,' NAME 1 certificate shall law be the redeemed property and front disc brakes, standard. Solid ,
auusor }; according to
acwcw such certificate comfort from a new full-foam molded front seat. .J
the .....
\ cerlltkaatte. be *old to ALWAYS STEPAHAD -10m.
will See your Olds dealer today! ,
l !\w.dlrecled.:,\' and produced by Joseph Jacoby AJ E.R. Picture hlirest bidder at the court ho"'**
\ door on the first M"dttykl'5month
of Januaiy. 1Un.

PLUS t.Datedlthis: 24thJdayaof Nov.mber ;
1970.Beulah .
$ THE GIRL WITH 31. Moody

fANAVblON' TUHMlOliw A PAIANUI NT pert NI THE FABULOUS BOX vt: Bradford Clerk of CounlyFlorld 1.3:Circuit 04-1 Court 11.14f .. |F Open All Day Saturday For Your Shopping Convenience |

Mind if I wake a Suggestion ?




., .

$; hristmas

have low, low prices on Building Materials every month in tIthe

year, but this December we are making a special effort r,

to bring you savings that will make it possible for you to ;

1 Trees ;! have the Home Improvements you need. 5., s w

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Ready For Your Yard as Soon as Christmas is over J FLOOR TILE o

29( square foot

Socket Wrench Sets Black and De.. : No Mesa
No Fuss
, 3' S' EACH 2.9815'- EACH 4.98

i Just Peel and, Stick ?
I Flash Lights i
i Hurry While Supply

i L RYE GRASS SEED POUND 12 < : Heaters Lasts. TffffISMcKAY

j I
.Jt Special on Quality BLP

FLORIDA PEAT Reg. P : gAG S9 1 Z'.. By Georgia Pacific PANELING MOBILE PAINT ".,.

j 4; x 8' Sheet 20% OFF LIST PRICE

4 jj j Several other Fine' Patterns choose from _

Leaf Rakes 4 4I I ParakeetsREG.





& Chemical :, NOW t CHERRY STREET _United For Service, Quality and Value PHONE

FALL 81'- TMU L YLA. : L 964-6078
1i NEW HOURS MON. THRU SAT, 7:30 A.M. to 5 P.M.

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i S : ,. Rocks. in his head ? Well -maybe but ; 14

I Ed'Alfcn. of Melrose ha'' of his waking hours. In professional tural problems here that can't terlor is a massive rock fire- "where he
tons of rockIln> his yard mon life ha Is an ornamental be solved locally. place In the living room which torate In :
'It" rocks in the massive flreplaa horticulture speclalls': Alien has lived at his home on generates enough heat toalmoel extension
In Mi living room, "And some with the Florida Extension Ser- Highway 28 Just,below Melrose warm the entire 3,393 square an 18-hour
:' people." he says with a boyish vice. He Is employed as an since 1934 cutting his way feet of space. Allen
:' l" grin, "think I've even got Associate: Extension Agent In through the dense growth on The idea of the huge rock a small
I ', rock In ray head!" Duval County and has cross-' the property with a machete. garden fountain waterfall borough ;
; Perhaps tley're'not\ so for county responsibilities In five He and his wife did! most of complex was born 15 years there and
> from wrong it that-- for Allen other counties. Including Brad- the construction work on their ago as Allen spaded up dirt ther's
i has been a "rock hound" since ford. He Is called on several comfortable home themselves, to fill In a foundation for his in the
childhood, and he's either thinking times a year by Bradford County combat
Spending less than $600 for house. The hole he started digging -
about or working with projects Extension Agent G.T. Hug- paid-out labor. The outstand- : has now rank of
r'.' using rocks: during most gins when there are borllculw ing feature of the home's In- heart-shaped pool. 175xt125 fore re

feet, which forms the central In 1947.
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motif for the layout.; There partment
I \! are three smaller pools, sev- tended the
: eral fountains and small waterfalls rida and

] and plans Include: a rose
\ I 30-foot waterfall which will MSA :
spillover a miniature rock
mountain, Allen said. The Jap. grees in :

anese water garden, now un-
der construction will featun ty of the
a pool filled with night-bloom 36 acres

ing Allen and figures day-blooming that he anted his.. west cleared of ; ; ,...-r.. -.,'J._ I ......, I.

son. Terry, have put In some fore
6,000 man-hours of labor on After he : wit I
the project and hope to have for his : o, ejvtafxd yanden.

; this phase of it completed by be built a
next spring. They have already of a 1949
\ utilized 500 tons of rock which acquired
( : is gathered mostly In the area a winch Diaryperfect
west of Gainesville. Most of combing
the rock Is flint, with a mixture .- rocks.
into the as he is rewarded for
of limestone and shell
( : r presented turning out poor work and the
nil and is moved by the Aliens
with the aid of a wrecker equipped needed Inducement: Is great as the pe-
''i with winch. The larg- Christmas. cans are especially tasty; this

f fI est single rock they have moved "Not year.
> weighed approximately 15 tons. entire ; .ee
I _+ around $
Though this might sound like for The voters of Hampton facea
tra : N n nd' enough rocks to satisfy ever Allen's -- big election Tuesday when
.the most avid "rock hound" already ..,- -. they will decide whether to con
Allen has plans ranging througtthe itors from tinue as an Incorporated com-
next 12 to 15 years which rea, as Sam McGarvey munity or to give up the city;
"' Include a rock-bound artificial others : charter and thus become Justa
:> .'-.f' lake on the other side of his while section of the county. From
for the (about
La: ,. property which will bring the 26. The season what we have heard about the
) about half
eventual total use or rock: to rises that was only situation, It appears likely that
handled at
ld Allen and ant, T eNUJ, in Matt cy. nock ganden laLtn pool and around Allen 1-1/2 and million his son tons.dug two a into good a bet usually in a good year. the city proposition charter will to surrenderthe be turned

fountain in bach rotuxl. artesian wells both about 90 charging down.
feet deep and connected two ently
pumps to supply water to the tention, to C. .
lucky enough get
fountains and and
pools. Recently bor
amount from Mr. and
they strung up colored lights ished on who have George Hugglna Bobby Tay
Our editorial. In the surrounding trees, and He Bryan lor and David Smith made an
their farm
plan to Install colored lights Ing the grove on appeal at the Chamber of Com-
miles west of Lawtey.
behind the waterfalls and in Is never merce meeting last week for
there learned that
the bottom of the deep pool. give a we the businessmen to take year-
Allen says he is a "coun of the have about 70 head round interest In the boys who
Point of view try boy" at heart. He staysin and as part of their farm- were winners in the recent
I I Jacksonville while working all who Mr. Bryan is Calf Scramble. President Mac
during the week, but beats a seems to at the Naval Base Baldwin said It was a good
hasty retreat to his Melrose Mr. Allen. idea and promised the supportof
home every weekend. Between He just Chamber members In the
his job, his hobby andhlsstud- and they're project.
ies at the University of Florida In his head.
Dumps Not Final AnswerTold e.e C. .

are fine for gifts, The holiday season almost
Monday by two state health It would be wise of the County; Com- Farm & to say Alice finds here and old Jack Frost and

officials that the Hampton garbage mission to start planning now for whatis ways of using them for Santa Claus will be bidding
b Sam has the job of for attention In the next two
dump may ,be reopened and given inevitable.: If the people of Bradford by George them and it keeps him weeks. And the way the weather -
indications that a dump site near Ral- County don't demand a disposal Director "!' sitting around look has been so far this win-

ford will be approved, the Bradford system that is effective state or fed- eforet"r ( on) TV. He tries ter, who know, the two of them
County Commission breathed a sigh of eral governments no doubt will. wp. out perfect specimens might get together and bringus
relief.) Cooperative he falls and breaks up a White Christmas. And
and then he gobbles don't hoot and laugh, becausewe
Plans can be made now for a countywide ; and tries to be more well remember the snow

In permitting operation of garbagedumps disposal system in the next four There could be a slogan that ned and next time. Come to man we made herd during the
with periodic coverage and burn- or five years. It will take time for "In 4-H there Is action", This with our It, the system Is 1m- winter of 1958 or so.
ing of refuse health officials are obviously money to be raised for such a system; is especially true with the Brad- trees or
agreeing with the Commissionthat the figure of $100,000 is being used ford County 4-H Horse Club. In weather ':>.>. :::: :::.-:: :

dumps are better than leaving now. this Club there Is Interest, enthusiasm and we had Retires '
ing with '.'.)1." ,
and action. The December .'
the :,
refuse piled on roadsides. There was I
Sanitarian Jack Trawick traveled to good and meeting Involved was each especially of these we had Service .. ; / : .I'.. ,:;
Both state officials said they feel Alabama to observe a disposal systemin characteristics. In Gainesville sent. Some

the county; can operate its garbage a county; there where a truck pickedup there is a Veterinarian, Dr. practices FP&L
collection centers in a sanitary manner refuse from huge garbage bins on Bill Dudley who Is interestedand some we 'ET'y
tinuously. !
at most times. But one official county; roads and hauled to one central spends a good bit of time sidered a ) H. DuPre district
I with Interested In :: ;
/ repeatedly referred to the so-called land fill. The sanitarian recommendssuch livestock.young Dr.people Dudley spoke to tables and ( ); In charge of the Starke ,

1 "sanitary land fills" as dumps. a system for Bradford County; the group mainly; In the Interestof of course, ); retired November 30 after
ment of service with the
but is met with the money problem preventing horse diseases.His ( ;
The slip of the tongue If it was that, each time he mentions it to the Board. discussion was so that the portant. ( ); Power & Light Com

is accurate. Anyone visiting one of boys and girls could rememberand portant there Is a ) ? ( DuPre joined the power y .
the information he ;
our dumps can attest that they use gave
seem est in a \)' in 1926 as a helper
less than sanitary even with the best them. There was time for questions ganization. ( becoming a line .
and you could tell from the .
efforts the The Commission ing In 1927. He transferred .
county mosquito control could begin this questions asked that there was )
unit makes to keep the refuse covered. year setting aside a certain amountof much Interest horses.We appreciate elected. In in 1940 to work in II. DuPre
and DIvi-
money each year until the required people like this who now repre became: district Safety mana
More than that, we keep filling up amount is saved. Such fund was start- are busy but still have time to will be ( Starke in 1945 replacing

the present land fills. More land is ed several years ago and had grownto be people of some when they help are to our Interestedin young Board of ,meeting of the managers of the

required, meaning more and more $85,000 before officials began spend-. particular programs.We also Ing for our : coming to Starke he baa Northern Division held in Day-
areas of the county are defaced. The ing from it. are always grateful to those ember 16 ; In civic, fraternal tona Beach, Mr. DuPre was
dump at Lawtey was moved last year. adults who serve as Club Lead- Agriculture ( ) ; activities. He has honored and presented with a
We expect ) and director! of gift from his associates.
Hampton has acquired 27 acres of land That fund is now depleted but If ers In our 4-H programs. 4-H eral Rotary Club has He and Mrs. DePre (the for-

to move that dump when the present available to the county today it would effective could not as be It as is popular without and these as tend. We on the board of direc! mer Mamie King of Palatka)

acreage gives out. buy a garbage collection system that adult leaders. tunity while of the Starke-Bradford have planned a number thingsto
is much more effective than the pre- gether to ( ;: ) Chamber of) Commerce, enjoy in their leisure moments -
Over the haul POULTRYFor very member of the Starke the most Important being
long the sent
county'spresent ; dumps or "santary land fills. several weeks we have can Lodge, Bradford Lodge their three grandsons, Scott
system of disposing gar- been person : ) ) F. & A.M.. and of the Kevin and Eric Mclntire whose
bage will inevitably prove inadequate. There is little doubt that we could poultry building meeting.up Interest The results for a to attend Baptist Church. mother was formerly Nancy

On top of that the county; faces ever have a new effective county-wide; disposal and climax will be Tuesday, An the years Mr.DuPre DuPre.

increasing amounts of refuse to dis- system if the Commission makesup Dec. IS, 7:30: p.m. at the Agriculture rain has ; many changes In the
pose of. The state the entire nation, its mind to do that over the next Building In Starke. permanent ; ( both In personnel and

is demanding increasingly stringent few years. It would certainly be as We expect to have our local ture. Feed )) .guest of honor at a Legion Post 56

standards with the new emphasis on worthy a goal as the Board could pursue at and this area meeting.lawmaking Our officials poultry stock critical at the Town House RepresentedAt
pollution In Palatka
given by
producers are Interested In letting
source of) ConferenceThe
these persons know about ( of the Palatka Local
may be ) Starke and Palatka
some of) the necessary practices ; area
a profit
< personnel. Among American Legion Department -
Involved I n poultry pro- We have ;
I duction. Laws can originate In normal for ( ataadl{ besides tt* of Florida MidWinter -
Christmas/ Parade Set Dec. 12 other areas of the State that hay. Cattle ) of Palatka district em- the Conference was held at
will put a severe hardship on tain amount were Y.M. Dunn, per- Robert Meyer Motel in Orlando -
any agricultural enterprise. when the representative, C.H. 4-6.
The Home Rule law-making I do know sales promotion mana Attending from Jones-Lang-
possibility; by County Commis ween 200 ) Mrs. Smith, Daytona ford-Wklte Post No. 56 wereCommander'
The Bradford County sioners can be very good and at that has ; H.V. Burgess, Jr., for- Aide John Crew
the same time can be very cause it district! manager past Department Sgt-at-Arms
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED : disastrous If decisions are harvest manager of the Cocoa Charlie Schaefer and Oratorical
ti.iJl; made too quickly and without of hay may ; C.C. Parker,formerly Chairman Bryce Titus.
In Commander Bill Scog-
187f sufficient Information. Oui ditions like the Starke office and
Bradford Commissioners : service gins and Grew attended special :
recently cing !now. super
'r.... "' passed a livestock sanitation Cocoa and Mrs. Par- dedication ceremonies In
die 1lible. --j/ law. They were several retired Palatka dis Madison! on December 7, commemorating -

For God hath not 'given ui months securing Information .. who bad worked the "Four Free-
e, with doms" monument in the City
and Mr. DuPre
the of studying a plan that would through
spirit fear but of
power be good for the entire County. 7'k T.R. Peterson and Park at 1:45 p.m.
FLORIDA jpTESS and of love and of a aouncmind. Poultry and livestock groups and their Madison Legionnaires plan-
.-(Timothy 1, 7.) were salted to work with them. ned a major celebration to honor -
ASSO we are freed from the to helD or hurt our agricultural who had worked with at the base of! the
fear and fearful imaginings interests. They helped and e. monument. giving a brief history. -
which are born of human our agricultural people ap Pringle, Jr., manager of emphaslve the the Importance -
predate this occasion Pearl
weakness. We become county-wide interest of ceremonies and
strong Harbor
L. MATTHEWS.: rf4tloidsbWherP and courageous in the release ; The County; Health Department 11r Mr. DuPre with a the dedication Day was ceremonies selected for
bIYked' eseb.TknnkUy was brought into the gift from
sad eMend w Seeaq and the exercise of the divine planning In the interest those pre The "Four Freedoms"monument -
Class MaUcr at UM FM Office at Start of the evening numer
gleans Is
strength and power that is everybody. This meeting Tues- "Some spoke of their associa dedicated to all WW Q
B.4>r Act W Match SrsV UTt. within us-the God-given day night will be good can trace him and of incidents dead on behalf of Captain Colin
lsb..rt/tlask. la grade areas, 1 year. .....| OotsMe spirit that fills and rules us for occurred some in' the P. Kelly first Jr. of Madison who was

4 tr40tht1frti'L4. I II. when we let it do so. PECANSAbout know past" an t1ack U.S.on the Airman killed in
ten years ago we plan. the night )) In the day, at a WWD. In

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Home Gas Tax lifer
Creek Florida'e .evaw.ekwta per gal.
At Widening Ion gasoline tax ecttocttons totaled
Brooker $804M b1t9MI9edCot.( -
;. ty In October: *p abawt".000
Nails over the earn trash m I"'.
Man Gasoline tax collections
Concerns State statewide In October totaled
row **ur Pp.have keen filed $17,356,403 up over $1 million -
tan*Ka.ast a Jacksonville ma* from tile same period fa
iii M aartprd Bit andfteflet 1969.. a* Increase. of 7.14 per
ft* ham. of Stanley Crt ,.w Fish I Is Alligator. Creek? IIIMt that It hu had oaUfl r and ....iM .M. eaae.rd tor. We recommend the pro- cent.
apse..li1IIk as SR-II. Not. I Ia ft* put 3' ,earl .....-. "I I.d effort oaa heto ject. be .halted.. until we can eo- Fiscal year ooltocttone of gas
Bradford County Commission .ltetloa ns.U sal rttllM1 attar aeompUh yaw past erdtoato oar' afar since the tax C1! -Octobr) to Florida
Aq .... 3g. sad aPadkstTfM aye the ridiculous a prat a.dO ...... ash at ft* earn ftna. avoid present. operation .Is In vtolaoa ,total $7(033.078., up IG.Slper
.; scat blotogtsfa, terming chan' rtrAlligator r steam was bave tasr .. _....... 1 Ial ......... lam state turbidity; criteria cent over the eorrespondlnvperiod
Creek wtdetf.. pro- creek a* ugly ditch, rs. ...r .. are eaaecttig our sea Th* county.: U at present In to 1969.
_.__at. en.. ........ rat a predictive. users. far lbw fuss TallahM.. tMs proeesa ot widening Alligator .
... ... ,... .. ... jsct Is damaging ft 170t
" MIll.... ... over Creek from east of Stark to
.. .. settbe
... .... .. sent for wUdltf Aleease
JOT*aoa] Roa=d ra.aa J .p ... ..... .. .... ... eat rthsmpsd M Iu Mowell Lake,and Is also at.
Freddy w fta creai will taw will a* *M* to advlis a toaiJUti. with. then
TIM' IBUflMK ......NwV.ITA day H.and heat Wedaeaday.,... fishery wKi btoto- eator Itowell. Lake fall atreas*. sew./Melute. .altoratto*f \the ...... Railwaywork to Inetoll L1)S
.. COM wea charged He*. glst with. iw Came and FreehWator Mae* there an aw parr lift .to ....r to /ravsat awe additional culverts
SI *a affidavit etgaad 4 to ft* hasIrttt to take water from '
Flab' Commlaaloa to review 'BI ft* easels to stash gwBBtHe : Nato sop Sampson
fj*% BhertCf Job r the .. '' '. of ft* waato matorUL."The 1M. .Lab. Caster In periods of high 666
Cw: sad r tptl=sta psttpaa Honor Officers ....11ft...widening how to protect dtstorb ft* ....... I* *t fr) ..- -. .... .. toa .... .. ..... Glee story on drainage
.sd r IIIPt d r tats Society niliiawMd ft* .least.cteartng ...... ,gM to. vtolattoa. of state law west sslashlag cwt .....1M&- to his ......)

--= Art. a.aa.=M .Iptrlr ..
.. ar.r. ...
....t N..-*liT itrotb .I Nattoaal Honor' SooUtjr officers recently e- Commission until the eatptA....snit.. .
Gam. ass<
teas enter ...sip ag r pew lected at Bradford High are' (front l-r) Patty note efforts.

N ._ cheek Ia Clay Whits.sad, reporter, and Dorothy Spearman But Board Member.. Dave

The' Bradford Sheriff 1>.- aeoretary. In baok are Tony Castlen Shuford Ralph Bryan and WILLIAMS JEWELRY
... Chairman Zedra Hamilton said
pits .nar gantlets prealdenti Beth Mlxoa. vioe-preaident. and .
irtpftm* of Co.* aad the ear Tuesday altoraoo after meet.Ing
h* ifinm from Clay officials Randy Brown treasurer.Board the wildlife. ageate there la ;" .
lea...... Green to Identity.. no basis for charges that fte. -:

w Mn.war One r from county; .la Crk.damaging or let fish raw In..AIlyptar .-- SWfnt' Lofftft wily J."., .,

her .horn. a tow minutes ft* erage la .being. poured Into ft*
day ef ft* Incident and her c..k. HAS OVER,
....Md waa at the cow tot, They\ told fte Came Commission -
.... dUtaac from the .house. Okays agents there have bee.
Rs 1It. .horn Mra. Crea no fish I In Alligator.. Creek .to
aaw a car parked at her drive year and that tile City I; of Stark .,
ewtiMue, Ttoj ma* .toelde, lator disposal plant iwmovee said
MMUM. by her aa Co**, s... ...... bola as aft.St ,
ashes' her whar' fta nearest which. It treete to ft* potot
eeiTlt ...... was aa Mr EquipmentExpenditures let It la pats to drink.
Cam officials. said hat a
Craa dosed on ft* inn .toto .
jar dcivsewy.wMNwaatlMOM. .... of vegeteiton la Mel..
.. ...... IIn.CO. e..._ will dUlurb. -
ft* w1l. .. ? |j* earn1 ftat Btrtento wMch a
rom door and aaw a pUe efgan Vtmal past wlftoat very e.-
*. food, and paaslv equipment cannot re-
floor. A ccor atcwb KDaiptaMj toeve may be damaging ft*
Dsmiaau. Mr*. Crea*bachedout. ftre lake chain of Rowell'
ctoaad. tha door, aad want C-. pad Sampson.
to ft* cow kx where. ... told Too much nutrient can stab
.her.husband,Stanley. ,something Bna.Md COft111a. r typewriters, adding 1 maeh-- algae. la ash .lake grow whs
was wrong at ft* .house.Craai .... .... ....., .. i*. calculator and duplicator. It rots the. alga. release gas.N -
fa a'ear s.iertt1 '" IrMtr .lo r. .. The funds from. fto stab at* which combine with. oxygen Oz
toward the house la .ft .s .".i1a$25MO .. .. .... the county, portion of sU mHHM ..tog. up that vital life substance ,
meantime. Cone In .fte. INS a- === dollars providedp ft* of fish and making It -
mettles drove to .ft. Creasi b ftCa-' .legislator. for vocational Im .Impossible. for them to live.
That la what has occurad .rsalty
Mesa and. picked up a aw* par ides ..,. ...... Ale provement.Mere. .lakes Into which waatomaterials
r ...Green. ..sow com from sorry. drtr4sl sat .btdld- ..... Just appropriated from. sew*rage ptoato
could not Ides. keg. ..... ...--&, ta sr- .y ft* state Include .to.ooeIDr has .been nl.....
Green br.tlbr.. ply two teacherfederal -..... tads. = a .,*.education, to be a por- Commissioners said
chased the Poattac. Torer
ftawa prajeat aaa .to tte or extension of Bradford day however they ...
(It left his
when the home and that waa last .,...... The board awftorixed Middle! School. Principle Richard control over the City; of Star**
Ms shots were fired at Scp.rlds.drt, Tom Casey Jockel Elementary Supervisor releasing. nutrients Into Alligator -
c.r.Nra.. Green to accept tile lowest and Lucille Payne and teacher Creek. If, In fact the
Cone and the 1965 later Pontiac Identified! .best bid.For. .. an now working the educational city; la guilty; of that. They .l.ati;<$

which the two men left her In $35.0 to state County fundsallocated step. In specifications planning th* special a first termed that the city' probl..... FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY

home. lest week. to replace. repair Cone Is charged on four provide vocatao**! .*>......t. for IS full-time student and Langford'a .letter written Dec.

counts$and'.000.Is The under charges bonds are totaling : .iaatractor.... 1M** .ds/arM...uJIII'dIUet 4S_ rt-tlme" Supt. Casey said Hamilton 1 and addressed. states that to: Chairman Priced From J1 tos
a report 1500
-Entering without breaking My way progress "The Came and Fresh Water
..... ...
with Intent to commit grand on other capital outlay projects, Flail Commission .Is Interested !! j

larceny.Possession- of flrearma by tralatog.purchase.we*.price. TL of.fta. A total In- on Casey the vo-tech said working center drawings building on In cooperating such projects with to the.accomplish county !

vaatory had con to$203.000.
a-convicted felon.Shooting Into. an occupied MHt ttt.*.. replacement and and have the been floor sent of to the Tallaheeaee new B....-, drainage. both aad the preservation goal of better of .; h. .. .. .. ,,,' .. ...._ ,
additional lejdirnint was remwitee. ford High School Bulldbig U.
motor vehicle. I havesrved
the wildlife resource.
......... Paring. ft* Utter down about reedy. to be. .pound.
of a weapon while ... fte operation and the
In to the U5.* ........... It lacrudes -
commission of a felony, : $*.M* for toto **adaeanl U other business,, ft.* hoard:
tractors for driver.....- Some Christmas gifts
I IMIUKI, : I 'S VOHII.KIIOMK ) : tog. aad at.,.*** tor eattruckrepairs Opened bid on library books
; ...... for sa Items from seven companies, and voted Head
) : MI.LU.K(; : for onaunawtol herilculBir IncludUg to award contracts to the CD
lowest and .best bid. School!
I..ire; Trailer 'i'aiUng: for. yard a week IMKD; fjLJe email* to tractor fta librarian have a.atondard. entertain him amuse.himor
list pales for books Issued by
aaissd .arp .e far email
:Spaces'\ In tools; oft IN' VocaOoaaJ' the American Library Aeaocle- CompletesTraining ,

1.11$1\ K: lil'TLEP.I ace Eirr..* far a* IBM has and bide were given asspresaged
traaacrielMg cit Iw. eels*. hid Hat piles..Appttlnttsd'Mar.rls .
IIYIO) () Concrete Patio. isbn a mimeograph. and dapUcator. Andero take hurt to the drive-in.

; $547.0 to .horn ec for and Ronald
I.amp I'o.M. (I'lility (House. English ,
for cutting sad. .... .Mss ,
PUs for social studies at BHS
Cit Mater.\\ Sewer. (:larha
) and sewing machine, ; $3,31) to Judith Mlirahl and J ?
ilCe l Pickup.lor BHS horn. ec for two electric. to Mae replace Scheldekor. resigned. Frisk Wllllama, Bradford .' /" .....
Details Call ranges, a sewing machine,portable sooty Civil Defense director, /' ..
: duhwaaber. and foldmgxcrevn -Approved a request from completed the third phase of /'
; aad $*.$$. tor DCT Brooker Baptist Church to use the Civil Defense Career Development /
4 6-22(b1 l or 496-3S61, Broeher Elementary School tor Program for local
church services whUftetrwaaactoary directors held No. "20. at \
Is betog' built wtftft .. O[>iea d Chtl Down-N \% / oJ
eapulatton that ftay JIQ.s- Collage .to Battle Crest. Mkkl.pie. > \ / I ZQl6'\
,.**.. of cleaavup sad. ....- IITKTk. ,
r -
flea.Approved The eroirram la destaned far I I
alx part-am* adult eal CD of c1al. to. broads ,.
KNOW YOUR n teachers for tile peace efflcera etrwWpo of public awa- : \.:'
i : ii training class, tocludtos tradon public. ratottoa. ad .
Dolph Reddish Robert S. Howard advance) seNSStr-at' T ,ndebts. .... .
) ,, Rupert Zelf. .lor. Bryant "
FURNITURE iBY i- lam;pton Spears. ThenTaw*
adalrd Wayne Tanner. Ttda to ft* .............i la fta Nov. ... ,
of the PMC. officers' class. war a group. of 13 Ct I.
tdI dog courses to .be offered. tractor* from ftroughout lea ,',
)I .t ha Vo-Tecll Cater .... 'wts'y.than. .
RILL WILSON 9o. itato law required. tralalag at
all pea officers aad lastshours. m .b Acrd a. I Is.rwlss .
Jet It extends appndsalty : the electors' eOectIveaeaa -
IF TROUBLE COMES '' 16 weeks and Include. aa a maaager, tadttatorof
toatructton: from sat police acdoa. and .....r. Subject
STEP THROUGH THE BED FBI., radio and weapons trala- areas .beha411. JUllUe saaaag.-
tog for a specified number. of mast practice, payehetegy atkuaaaa '
I hours.. daring th. course.Postponed hahavtor. ailttea Gust /
if oral ooeomuolcattew. aad .totoractfoo II;
Imagine can being awakened Ia
you telectlca of a* wlttt aad ft*
the middle of the night by murdering dtt Mradal cornmltte to ad lic. groups .
thieve slipping[ into your bedrooM. dear school boanruntil ".
.....DeI- are awoalvedfrom I <
the student cosrftrs C..I.:- blt"03.. """'a
Caaay aaM. meetings wi lit ft* 1 Students -. .
It wee this leer to the itodawt .sstjalt*.. .had... .bee ... '-r.-Q .
lath Centurr.whkh *ery enHghtoalng. They meet To 1teceW. "' .
kept wealthy Zalisneae very other Monday and dU-
pre p.r. .... a pre-araaaged suhjaat.r UEDVr..e a t e
They. had a secrat t_ ft. Emergency Educa-
) built !ia'. the) has i Act. Our gift can

Cane of the bed Approved BHS band accept-. amt area r.dleab an a-
panel 1 which .....d .tag an Invitation to play atft aasaw ....r.., 1.200 Ualvaral
i.a. the adj.iiag governor's .Inaugurate. .. Florida students who are
chaaaher *r a *..> Jrttary d. and b sob r .bete easdlrbs tar r tea help him school.
cealed .........,. school bosses. prrtar crmmsnrsmiwt 1 uane-. through
cw.-..... safety.. atlas to Florida CywraissStlttrry
leading t.
Dec. B.Thay .
cJ4 the ..,.
This between secret panel life sad death mean. are: Right now your high rived orrnlhejsMudenl Ihat\......, a flare) helped quite few-4 out of every 5 electric
ence u bucking the I toughest,art aIIIIf- Mia anti..lhi..i..get nudged.(A portables in America are Smith-Corona.
David Mark auaderiaad, Key.HeifMs live schooling Ihu country has ever rtniied. typewriter....ideas as U*m he can Frankly,a Smith-Corona isn't a gift that'll
iier bafbetor if sate. Why not give a gin.....oa help? mngthewO. ) help student have fun.
: 8cNt ALIe I "'qJ War imunoe.a SMUVCsfwna*fiaclrkhrrk And quI little miracle called Ill simply a gA lhalll help.
..... Rdd4,1setar. fill Pon.u......- ....eaail. ,pi. OrfMiatioN occur*. .
a .... He can.torn lo type Iwtee. as tat asfpcllinr A SaiiuVCorona ceje.... -Ccrona.
Bodcocfe ".... Barry asttriel..RalMsd, wri"'; ..,Mnd. _Io .WI
AS. H on ....-.(A typed word know evcauie we've afready ThI ift:.....bekJ .
LJada L. Hagar Barrel.
IUIINIJu.a; aa ii APPLIANCbI. Brooker..
Arc Louis Tewera Br..... Bradford County Telegraph

/ .ia.f"r jr-5....(* in .SeH It's about'lime seas ocsasisttr.M.. Dtaaasb
...M ftft'mm IV. l t.,r.r l.j: began a granta-lM-ald' plan ...... ....... (A THOIIUO >1r..Al.nt.j : .
.,l for consumers!" ASAsaija H.FalzMda,Otasts

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.-.,....... ........ "N. _w.... SUMMARY OF AUDIT REPORT t Dry November Brings Fire Hazard HereWith
I S/wy.NS ......... ...oou_....... .
OAIMMVIUJC. -...,... -CITY_-OF STARK FLORIDA 3.87 inch 50-year for been 12 fires, with 90 acres the present time. This service
only a trace of rainfall will be resumed as !soon as the
SEPTEMBER 30. 1970 that month. October had an burned
build good Making
during November the receives a
above normal total of 3.29 tag., The Forest Service reported area
Index for fire condition and the fire emergency
up ** index now standing rain,
GRAY AND ches.
baa reached critical proportions are
R CE"TIP'i.O ACCOUNTANTS M....*.* OrpbOMIDA In Bradford County. The The Forest Service reported at 104.60yburn, the Index conditions
: PUBLIC ; trouble with several delib gets above conditionsare
Service has
Florida Forest
...... .. aaa NOMTHKAST tar .T". T Ear considered dangerous and
NOT V CPA POST o..Cw($! O x SOS .. ..... erately-set fires in the
q AeOOUMTAMT sued appeal to the public
.... ........ ( CBHTWIW an SR fire on danger
I\\, iv w. CPA AHA0)t.. AMCA.. COOK .O* Lawtey area along 225. the crew goes
f t'' ...... ... _w..... CPA rNTaOI -,.. AND to use extreme caution In starting Two of these Monday burned an alert Due to the wind, the '
FUORIOA :saeot kind of fire until the To whom it may .concern
: W..M. M. .TYOH.. CPA OAINIISVIIL.E: AMIHieAM |IN.T/Tu's OfmPIM any estimated 50-60 acred and "spread indeX.tDOd at 94 :
I .rl' PwANII ... MILCPA ::"1 .. rUUO ADaDUNTANfaJo drought It broken. Persona who threatened six homes in the Monday with 30 considered the I will not be responsible for
... :' must burn during thl> periodare contracted
o. KNt MT. CPA ''II'1 any debts by anyone
East Due to blustery danger point.,
Lawtey -
II MK. M. SCOTT. CPA. asked to notify the Forest area. other than myself. --William
OMNT. LIMP.. C..A November 18 1970 ..' Service phone 964-5436, so winds one of the fires Due to the necessity; of keepIng W. 'Thornton Starke Fla.
in the jump- all fire-fighting equipmentIn
I O. GU'HN' WATSNa. CPA that stand-by operations maybe spread area by
t ''a'''f carried out. ing the highway. readiness to answer emergency 4tcng1217.W"
calls the Forest Ser-
ASaOCIATLSs Eight fires were reported ,
rainfall the
Average county -
., vice Is unable to answer requests -
Sunday, with 28 acres burned.So .
** D. CPA
JAM ....... t; was only .23 inch during
... .. .
CPA at
!\" / N.M/CMAp..."..H......w.. WAa........ CPATo November as compared to a far, in December there have for fire-line plowing
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I The City Commission ..
i of Florida o-AT. AND. POW.NS '
i I i Starke Florida OAM.SVAai. PLO/1 10" GENERAL FUND EXHIBIT B



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Pursuant to our engagement, we have prepared the attached summary of the audit report ACTUAL

: of the City of Starke Florida for the fiscal year ended September 30. 1970. In OVER

this connection we present the following. exhibits: UNDER*


EXHIBIT A Condensed. a1ance Sheet All Funds $ $ w.$
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EXHIBIT B General Fund Condensed Statement of Revenue General Property Taxes 83.672 83,340 332*

EXHIBIT C General Fund Condensed Statement of Expenditures Other Local Taxes 167.587 192.187 24,600

I EXHIBIT t.. Utility System Revenue Fund Licenses and Permits '. 8.900 10,215 1.315

I Condensed Statement of Income and Expense

Fines and Forfeitures 12.600 17.025 4.425

This report is submitted subject 'tdour: :;, complete audit report which is 011 file in Service Charges .s ) ,; .' 360 300 60*

the 'City Clerk's Office City Hall., City of Starke Starke, Florida.

."1".j Respectfully submitted Revenue From Ot".er Apllcies 78.880 79.747 867

-1,'': Miscellaneous I 12.600 1.588 11.012*

NHS/emm r.u.l.l.(, "l//.aif& Gliylp. r.1..07"V TOTALS 364.599 384.402 19,803


SEPTEMBER 30. 1970 -FUND -.


Taxes Receivable ,' if. 138 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30. 1970
Due From Other Funds \ 100

Accounts Receivable OVER* ORUNDER

Investments -1 } .".

Construction Work-in-Progress ;ij,

Fixed Assets $ $ $

TOTAL ASSETS 26,170 Administration Office and General 116,402 124,789 p387*'

Police Department 94.639 120.181 25542*
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: .. ", .. ..Q"" \ ,:\'.'! ..'J" ,. 1 ,, ".:ln".t.Ri.' .f.... ) ,."TAB...{1,,,, "" Fixe Departingnc '.4,1....I. MeIIUA' t..,. .'d'. .mm....,,35,914 r.::: rSnnf; ; .34,309. 1.605
Dueto Other Funds '. ..'o#.. ,. .. < I q.A. eqT. d.
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Employee Contributions Street Department.. 95.993 104,938 a8,945, *
Interest and Coupons Payable
Deposits Payable Recreation Department 30,629 33,193 ,,2,r564>> *
Revenue Bonds Payable. "J

Miscellaneous 13.468 20.173 6.705*

I i
r TOTALS 387.045 437.583 50.538*

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Investment in General Fixed Assets 1f.r

Fund Balance "''. ..t 24,580 $ $


.. ... Electric Sales
Water Sales
,. Gas
aAsNuvILL[ PLO.IDA 114.692



FUND FUNDS FUND, FUNDS FUNDS GROUP Miscellaneous 10.518 767,940

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$ $ 'ti $ $ $
63.434 63,773 67,033 12,229 40,986

; l Plant Department
2.328 2.311 334,151
92,686 ,

632,158 140,854 131.085 4.616 111.82I Gas Department 76.945
2,501.743 -..- ,

30.920 Depreciation 125.914

479.170 State Utility Tax -

3.292.349 204.627 198.118 47.765 155.118 479.170 Bad Debts
5.776 544.415


OPERATING INCOME ",. : 1:>w. :
.'.' 223.525
2,269 : ;'(:
; .U. 30.532 ADD: Interest Income : "I ','. .: ,'.
25,818 11.530 "' :
i \; 23.997
36,191t .... "
2.985.000 : .. ". .
LESS: Interest Expense on Bonds
3.049.278 11.530. 30,532

4.000 69.763
)goo: LESS: Transfer to Other Funds:

cp.I.rv '
Bond and Interest Sinking Fund {
t) 139I ,256
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479.170 Renewal and Replacement Fund
193.097. 198.118 47.765 54.823 .' 100,540.t
239.071 .
General Fund
77.68C 317.476

3.292.349 204.627 198.118 47.765 155.118 479.170d'
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Pecan Sales DEER KILL, SLOWSAT -" .. "

End Thursday; Only five deer were killed >in! HAMPTON 1 1Hy LAWTEYBy

,the Camp Standing Management
Season DownA \'Area during the week Nov. 30- Mr. D. >X. DIll Eau Blanekari ,,

,U" Dec. 8, for the slowest period .
total of 69,960 of since the season opened. I You're Invited T o. Our .
pound Other game taken by the 2,273> SPECIAL ELECTIONSET The Revival began at High-
pecans about half the usual
hunters checking Into the area FOR TUESDAY land Baptist Church on Mon "
yield In Bradford
Included 4 loge 14 Quaff 144 night and will continue I
1 Starke : Next Tuesday Is Hampton's day GET ACQUAINTED
SCtbFarmers 1Market during cat svdrrel, and 17 fox squirrel. lection to decide whether or through Sunday. After services

1970 auctions: not to remain an Incorporated Sunday morning a basket dinner -
Total Mil for the season at, be served on the
In the. final auction Thurs city; and every registeredvoter 'Tf
day. Dec. 3, 10,570 pounds of Blandlng now stands ate 203 In the city; Is urged to grounds.
deer. 102 tInH,121S cat squirrel. re'nt11 be good message
nuts averaged 40-1/2 vote. Polls will be open at The a
Pound according to cents Market per 128 fox squirrel, 57 hogs, the city; hall. December 15, every night with good musle- I ?

Manager Bob Allen. and one duck. from 7 ajn. to 7 pan. The Everyone Is Invited. + ,er

Stuarts sold for 47 cents, ballots state the purpose of I ".'.,
the highest price; Curtis nuts Set a watch, 0 Lord, beforemy the special election, and at CHURCH SCHEDULES
the bottom the voter is to Grace United Methodist Sunday I
brought 45
,seedllngs37C, mouth; keep the door of
and mixed varieties 37(5. check approval or disapproval School 9:45 ajn.; Worship II
( my lipn. -(Psalm 141 3.1)
Prior sales this season saw of surrendering the charter. services 11 ajn. and 7:30 punu; II I

a total of 59,390 pounds of nuts How much suffering and MYF 8 lun. Choir practice

sold making 'the grand total sorrow we would spare our- CITY DUMP REOPENED Wednesday 7 p.m. and Bible I Starting 'Thursday December 10COOPER'S

of 69960. Value of pecans sold nelve.H and others, how much Hampton officials attended study 8 p.m.Chlll'ch ,
through the Starke market this love and kindness we could Monday's County; Commission of God: Sunday! School
meeting along with representatives 9:45: ajn. Worship services 11
season Is approximately $28- Kive. if linked ;
000. we God's ituid- of the state Division ajn. and 7:30 p.m.; MYF 8 :

Allen said the yield this season once, ever and always in all of Health and the Air & Water pjn.; Choir practice Wednesday i
was reduced by adverse that we do and say, think and Pollution Control Board. An 7 pro; YPE Thursday NURSERYAnd

growing conditions, but the pecans desire and how blessed and agreement was reached to open 8 p.m.
sold brought good prices strong and happy we would Hampton's dump. Monday afternnon -, Highland Baptist: Sunday I
bet County; Sanitarian Jack School 9:45: a.nus;Wor.hlpMr-
Trawlck removed the "closed" vices 11 ajn. and 7 p.m.; Prayer ;
sign and promised to have service Wednesday 7 p.m.
Bradford County; equipment on : LANDSCAPINGStarke's I ,

GAINESVILLEBusiness the dteTueedeytocovertneh. PERSONALS
Friends will regret to learn

I MUTUAL LUMBER CO. that Eddie Dyal is In Baptist
HIT BY FIREA Memorial Hospital Jacksonville Only Complete Nursery & Landscaping Service
fire at Mutual Lumber Co. for further treatment.
Directory last Thursday night destroyedthe Mrs. Carl Prevatt Is at home

shed where they make after a few days treatment In

"pallets" --loading platforms. Bradford County; Hospital. .o,Fa o Christmas
GARDEN Although the shed Itself was Mr. and Mrs Maine Grlffls :
I not too valuable, all the e- and family wen visiting

julpment Inside was lost In Mrs Nell Wilkinson Mrs.DaIsy HEADQUARTErlSi i

I Johnson & Fan's Inc. the blaze, including forklift, Bach and Lynn on Sunday. : '
Carter Arran ementaw.
,. bandsaws and tool. Mrs Lois Charles
Carter and Miss! Nella Kirkland -
and Decorations
SAXES! SERVICE InsecUeldes. -Pet asa111MFEltTQdZERa CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS spent Sunday with Mr. ,
Floe Selection .( Used CanTakn Houses on Highway 301 Just and Mrs. Earl Denmark and COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER f Available Now
west of Hampton are providing family In Jacksonville.
Oa CaAtilae Trades
We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders a bright spot halfway along Miss Arthurlne Blanchard j EAT HUMUS tffi/2& 1
2001 N.W. 13tb Ph. I1U3t1 224 N.W. 8th Ph. ITS447I the stretch from Waldo Jacksonville spent, the week- n ,

'o Starke, with the Carl Eland end with Miss Enza BlanchardOn
GLASS and Joseph Contois homes Saturday they visited Mn. 59CPer

Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA blaze with Christmas lights D.B. Lym In Melrose r
circling the roofllnes. With the Mrs. L.C. Hllllard Susie and Bag "' akartlffcia
LIDDELL added tree lights at the Con Mrs. Emory Eunice and Douglas -

tois home shining( through the and Darlene wen visiting

4 wheel drive and ears Glass Company front window and more lights Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Ogllvy HARDIGREENPLANT ,, Flowers,
on the David Brown's porch In Jacksonville over the week FOOD
Bales Parts Service It.. a cheerful greeting! end.
Glass For Every Forvae"Store AND PLANTS
Clean Used Toyota'
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.A. h
1700 N. :Main 378-12S8 Front -Mirrors PERSONALS Cross over the weekend were !{'': .. BY THE STEM

+i r Tub Enclosures-Shower* Darlene Norman was a week Mr. and Mrs. Burns and Mr. a '.. OR GROUPINGS
!I Furniture Tops Glasa Replaced end guest in Tallahassee from and Mn. T.K. Sheath and children CORONA

VAR HEYL .I Friday to Sunday.Mr. of Jacksonville.Mr. .r =t Hedge Shears
I and Mrs W.A. Saxon and Mrs. Jeffrey Floyd .
LincolnMercury I I I NEW LOCATION have moved their mobile hometo visited her parents, Mr. and '.

1228 So. Main Gainesville a plot on Highway 325 Just Mrs Rudolph Long, In Jacksonville : .a,. 3-79

2201. N. Main Gainesville 372-8191; MMMEN'S west of Mrs. Katie Flora'.. during the week. ;:.?
372-4251 I ter. ee e They have been living In Gaines Mrs. R.E. Lee and John were ;-
ville.1m visiting Mr. and Mrs G.L. COMPLETE LINE _
_a.Mprea..cOIl'.rContlneneal Of WEARSTAG'N Peterson In Arlington on Thursday Winter Conditioner OF HIGH QUALITY

Th. Cfrralt (:fear of T.' .. and John and Ms grand- Office
DRAG Klchtft JuMrtal Ctrrmtt Of .mother celebrated their Joint Garden Tools Plants
HtorMa .. .c-. P.. .)... .HI 198
cnair. r... Nw T : birthdays, dessert course '25. Ibs. -. In Decorative
Ford j And Pet Supplies
Mark ITI-Enrfsh Griffin Suits Lou Ellen Turner PUIhtMf.; was served. I

Cleanest 1 Used Oars Available Arrow Shirts Florskelm akat tysKenny Defendant. Franklin Turner.' Mr. and Mrs. Aryl Belvls of e TUBS

Formal Reatals. Notice Of Suit. Lenox. Ga. were visiting Mr. .
Kennr Fran-Win -
Re"utv Academy! Ladles Sportscast AAArem-J. Unknown Turner and Mrs. L.M. McClellan Mr. VISIT OUR GREEN HOUSE' .
anrictlon. end Mrs. Obeld Pauley, and Poinsettias !
I STORES-U W. t1S1VER.SITY.lId torAlracelh.: base
'I'Z| GAINESVILLE MALL riled ....In.. you end you, areraqulteA Mrs. R.H. Futch on Sunday. St. Augustine
POWELL'S to news a copy of. Paul McClellan. son of Mr.
MOBILE HOMES. your rl ."'* if anT McClellan of OFFERING TOP QUALITYOF Two For: and
Beauty AcademyLearn to It .on r'ed:; e. Rat.f sra? At. and Mrs. Ronny
I torner for Plelntlff. whorl' .d- Jessup, Ga., Is visiting his THE FOLIAGE INDUSTRY
MUSIC: err.. le 14* We..t Call 'trftBtafk -' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. CentepedeSOD
a Profession In Tour *. Florida.! and file MorUrlnnl 49
with. the Clerk of the L.M. McClellan this week.
Spare Tlm Full or Part Time I atmve.Ptvled Court Teston
nn or Mr. and Mrs. J.E.
219 N.W. 10th S78-27M fore Jnnitnrv 11. U111 :
and visited Mr. and Mrs.
a judgement. maT: be enteredetftflnnt Nancy '
BALDWIN/ you for the relief. Marian Tucker and family In COMPLETE -- '
i d mi"rtd MOTORSELECTRIC Jacksonville
ELECTRIC Petition.Wltnem. on Sunday.
mv Bead and the NURSERY r I
i' CHOSPI Cf INi AJtflsvTB' .l..r 11ft I" COli' on n-m. rtoTlt DDEBaNalloe o
T OtB t l _
h.r ere. 1111>>. VO III '4 STOCK J-

-<:?"" 1Ui MUSk* (i"FAL lumen: n. Oreen sealed bid U. h.r received.n that "T'- 1 TO CHOOSE lS COMPLETE LAYOUT '

Motor Repair Co. i Af Clerk Of S.'M OrarC. by the Bradford County Board ? AND ,
By R .ulah M.; )(ood,. of Publlo Instruction. P Ae' Drpufy Clerk Boail, Stark! Florida +i FROM INSTALLATION
Of Gainesville, Inc. O'TllIs Bhoppin Ctr. 172-5351 ""* Publication December until 7:00: p.m.. EWT. D.c.m- OF SPRINKLER
10. 1170. ber IS. 1110 tor t !. coiwtruo-
Repairing Rewinding I 11-10 U 21... flan oft SYSTEMS
New and Used ..... III BradfordUnionArea if!' I
MOVERS Malice. 18 hwefey siren. MiR' Vocations Technical '
ISIS N. w. 11th Ph. J72-MI8 I the Bradford County Zonlns Center.. Stark. Florida .
Board will hold public' hear.Inir ..t which time bid will be -oD-
I at 7:90: P.M. 'on Tuee.. Dec .n d and read aloud. Any > *
ember 29th 170>> In. .Bradford after the apeclfled .
Farm and Industrial Lone Distance Movies. County Court Hones. to const- time will not be considered.Plan .
Equipment der the following Item of on. an*,.epeclflctlone maybe
Stones PaeklafrCnnn Inn: examined .,*t case offlc' of
flhlpulr Application: A request by Don R. 'Morgan. 'Architect.)
Mr. 'and Mr*. Robert Winnnoft.' AlA Poet Office Box eel. OreenCove
Santa Fe Tractor, Free Estimate Ce11H1LL'S owner;, to revone from -HI*-+ Springe, Floridaand. a* CUSTOM
Re OR Open Rural. tollaws:
.!* ''Ue"L I : ,,: .. .umcae: Oeneral Contraetori. -
FORD That Portion of NWM of isle Hendlck Avenue.Jackonvlll "': : ..
I NW X' which 1W EJofBRISO *. Florida 11101 : TRACTOR ;' '" :;:'
Farm Tractors Implements Van Service Inc. -A 'and North' of County W. Dodne Oomoany WORK i-;
TJSED EQUIPMENT Graded Road Except Northld' p.r..t Office Box 6117 dell .
SERVICE: I and Except, East 210 all In' Montana Avenue) Jackwn- 1 -..
SALES PART 'Section 2Z07 "-
Tnwnjdilp ( South vllle. Florida '
3S40 N.E. W.ldo Rd. O'Tlll Rantce: 215ka And 8poclflcthn Pro
4488 N. W. 6th 376-2548 I. 372-4271 Locution: Approximately", Smile Plan Curment Anywhere Anytime --- -:- _.
GAINESVILLE. FLA. Ea.t of 8tark bordtrln A. Oenenl Contractor UPonrequeet -
on Wilson Road and receipt Gt 180.00
11-10 M 1I-IT depoelt of General Oontractor.two .
sere of pliuia and eperltlo, !
-- - - - --- ---- slDecltlcatlone
plane and In .rood condition are with returned ORTHO ANT AND
in five day after recelnt or ROACH
SPECIAL ELECTIONHeld Dies. the full d po.H will 0arefunded. .
8, aubonntraotora. V.ndonlIona \l.Jf/- 9 8

toiu coniroee*,specifica vendor, SPRAY GUN 15V2 OZ.

sla, the deposit will be 180.00It

in the City of Hampton, State of Floridaon the returned plans five data and In surd attar aoeclflrstlonaare condltlonwithin rpc.lntof "

bide the refund wilt bj

the 15th day of December, 1970.OFFICIAL I II made 13000. Deposit" to check the Architect.C. hall .
II I Separate (Bheote. lIIe".ta
"h.te for drawln. or- of. .
e a I aDeclIcatlone' may ba purchaalowirOfno
Neot ae tolIAawlnRa -

I .ritunAj: 11.00 1.10 'Per per sheet.epeclflratlonet Satre., FREE ESTIMATES ON ALL ,WORK

NOTE All renueatafor .pl.n....
and .peclflcatlon.; ant......
..-. or
jtheet"* PHONE 9648104COOPER'S
of *p..c ilralotwisl shall be made.
throuah. the ottlce of theArchl.tect

Each bid shall be *** "* -
led by a caahlercheek or bid
bond In the amount of I per
'cVnt of the bid. payable to tha NURSERYAnd
Bradford County Board of Pub-

Shall the city of Hampt a, surrenderits lie ln.trtictkm.-11.1 It II-If .

franchise as an i r ated municipality

under the I _.e State of Florida. 14 r srl tff ';:;;;-c.'F j
existing l C_mtr, State osTUvUa. LANDSCAPING
!. Prekei**
In Hei Estate of Mhinle C
KtrlMol., 0": .
T* AJI Whom U May Coneernt' ,
NoUc U hreby siren hat
!: nle C. HtrlsMl. deceased.:
has filed her Petition for

mark in the box Ann final neat B.r'DOH.dlsrherne Eastwood. AdministratorDB.VCTA and filed. that her- 211 North Temple ( U.S. 301)) Bob Cooper, Ownerwe're

of the eetate of .)
choice. nle C. UtrUeel. dec_....: : to
opposite your ..h* will aoply to the HI. .. Dedicated
able Theron A. Town "....00... .
tV Jvdve or Bradfor atT
Morlda. 04 the, nth dah. :s a.
Januarr. Ittl. for eoero.alrme r
and for neat dlsrharre.a .
To A More Beautiful Starke
franchise. [D Administrator DBNCTA of
surrender of the the estate of MlmH Cv et reels
FOR "-e eaa...l. on thJl Mt 4*p

o*CharUs December.O. tad:...
of the franchise. D As Attorney for the estate af
AGAINST surrender Minnie C. ........1. ..1.0'1.... I
I le-f1 M 11-lt.

hCtA. n.n ...ry r,"" 4 nn n t..


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Rites For Gen. H. C. Wall CHRISTIAN % s$ 3"' yy'f R bs 3aY. I

!l Head of Florida's Selective Service DIMENSION

"Christmas, A Happy Time"It 1-i
f .' .' 1Y dF

: t. Brig. Gen Harold C. Wall, is a time to rejoice! It
, r 69, (Florida National Guard Is a time for people to be hap
retired) died Thursday Dec. 3, py, both children and adults.
In JacksonvUle. Christmas happiness can be
Baptist Hospital, -
A native of Starke, he found even amid confusion CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS JORDAN MISSIONARY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN'Sunday '
commercialism: riches and
had lived In since CHURCH
St. Augustine
It Is certain that the BAPTIST MISSION CHURCH School 9:45: ajn.Morn
poverty. OF CHRIST
. 1940 and had been director of Sunday School 9:45 Morn- BETHEL BAPTISTCHUltal
, : ejn. U.S. 301 North behind Tutee ing Worship. H
Florida's Selective Service happiness) of Christmas comes ,lag Worship U a.m. Youth Service Frees Drive In, Sunday Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 ajn.: Morn-. Fellowship 8 Choir ajn. Prac-Youth
from within Individuals and does pjn.
,,; system for the past 15 years. not outward 5:00pun.: ..Evening Worship, School, 10 ajn. Worship Ser- Morning Worship and Communion lag Worship 11 ajn.; .Evening tice. Wednesday 8 pjn.Her. .'-.
needfully depend

upon U Evening services -
Descendant of a pioneer Florida a str, a circumstances. !t..m.-: .. vice, 11 a.m. and J p.m. Prayer Worship 7:30 p.m.{ Prayeri: Robert D. Burch
,, family, Gen. Wall was the !+rdli; '&-lr.Jfeej Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- 6.Wednnssday Meeting 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday. : "
This "': '
L. happiness depends on 7 Worship service J.C. GRACE: BAPTIST CHURCH
son of the late William ,p.m. -Rev. Saul ra. pastor.
and Murla Weeks Wall. He was the understanding, of another. 4:'Ivy Luke_Pastor w.Leroy Olive, pastor, E.L.Grtffls. 7 pjn. Minister Jack P. Bell.; Highway S-100 A, Starke (Griffls -
term, "Ute real splritof Christ-
the grandson of the late Col. associate pastor. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Loop). ,
W.T. Weeks, long-time Brad- mas Joy. All remember when SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday- 9:45 ajn. Sunday Sunday School. 10 ajn.Morning'
ford County clerk of the cir- as children, we thought "I BAPTIST CHURCH DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH HAMPTON FHPESTTAM:: .CHURCH#! School, II ajn., Morning Wor Worship at 11. Training Union '
wish every day could be Christmas 633 W. Pratt St Sunday services School 10 .
cuit court. BROOKER Sunday ajn. Morning ship. 6 pjn. Training Union :SO. Evening Worship 7:30.
Gen. Wall graduated from It can: be. All one needsto : Sunday School, 10 ajn. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Worship 11 a.m. Evening. 7 pjn. Evening Worship. Mid-week Prayer Meeting Wed.
Bradford County High School do is to keep within his Preaching U ajn. Training( Services 11 a.m. and 7 Worship -James Shaw, pas-' Wednesday- Prayer Sirvices. nssdsy, 7:30.: -Rev., Don R. iDrawdy I
and the
heart life real
and operated his own Insurance spirit Union 5:45 pjn. Evening Worship tor Pastor,,.
of Christmas Joy. What is this 7 rpm Training Union, 6 p.nvKev. .
I from p.m. Everyone welcome.
business in Starke
1919 to 1937 when he left to Christmas joy The spirit of -El,*!* A.G. Flynn, pastor Lacy COb<
start his military career.He, Christmas joy is being able to BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:30: ;-.Training
continued active interest in give, if nothing but a kind word. CHURCH OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD BROOKER AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH"! Union 10:15 ajn.; Morning Worship -
an FLA.
. Clair St., Starke..Sunday *
It is with OF PROPHECY, BROOKER 422 N. St.
family fellowship 11 a.m. Evening Worship
the Rev. Jim Sunday School 9:45 ;
firm until his death. 10 Worship Temple pastor Sunday : ajn.;
love for others as well as our Sunday School. 10 a.m. MornIng School ajn. 7:30 'Prayer Meeting 7:30'-
School Morning Worship II Evening
Gen. Wall's military career 10 a.m. Ron Bri a.m.:
and 7:30 p.m. -
Peo !Services, U a.m.
Savior It is these things that Worship Ua.m.Young Wednesday.Pastor .
covered a period of 30 years tol, Superintendent. T1niz. Worship 7pm.Wed.; Prayer -
-- Kldd, pastor.
make Christmas a happy time. ple's Service 6 p.m. Evangelistic -Rev. Y.W. Rev. Robert WestNEW
and earned for him many hon- Union 8:45 Porn. I.oweln Dove Meeting and Bible Study, 7
ors and decorations for ser- Children have given adultsa Service, 7 pjn. Wednesday Ju, Dlrector.: Worship Services,. 1.I1S! on Book of Psalms
view of the real spirit of Prayer Meeting, 7:30 pjn. RIVER BAPTIST
vice to his country. His first 11 ajn.. 7:30. Lavern "Prevatt. '
started ithnlistment quarters, Selective Christmas Joy, because Chll- Come and worship with us. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH music Outlaw, G.F. peator. Everyone' Sunday School, 10 ajn. MornIng -
military service director. .
in the Florid. National System, St. Augustine. cren have an inherited natureto -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Welcome Worship, 11 a.m. Training
served in wartime assignmentsand be full of excitement 11 and 7 Union. 7
{I Guard 124th Inf. ntry, happiness Worship a.m. p.m. pjn. Evening Worship
was discharged on and have a loving Rev. Fred Johns, pastor 8 Wednesday service
very ; night ,
; Co. G, at Starke, and he was 29, 1947 at Fort Banning, Ga. GREATER BETHLEHEM HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
;j approach. It would be well for 7:30 pjn. Everyone welcome.L.L. .
't -'ssloned! a second lieu- as a lieutenant colonel. He re- FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.' .
adults to know that Jesus has a.m.SeMorntngWorah/p Parker, pastor. .
{ .11922.tie turned to active duty with Selective exerted all to have this child- Sunday School, 9:45Lm.Morn.: 9:45 / 10:45: .-
" was Inducted into active Service at State Head- like nature, concerning the accepting Con; Ash & Chesniot.. Sunday EVERGREEN BAPTIST 'Inc Union. ajn. Evening Service, 7:15 pjn. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
,I .-orvice. In 1940 as a captain, quarters In 1948 and was pro- of the spirit of Christ., School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship Highway 125,Northwest of Lawey. 6:30: pjn. Evening Service 7:30. Youth GroupMeeting, .,t Sunday 6:30 Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morn-
and was assigned toStateHead- moted to colonel In January (Luke 18:15-17): ) II; Luague, 4 p.m. Nigh Service,!' Sunday School,10 ajn.Morning Midweek Prayer Service 7:30. p.m. ag Worship 11. Training Union.
1956. He was appointed State Why la Christmas a happy) 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper WWlama'. Worship, 11:15.: Sunday Night -Bev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown' minister 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
ErangelismRally Selective Service Director by time? One young girl looking! partor.; Service, 7:30 p.m." Wednesday
Governor Collins in September Into a store window filled with Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. -Rev.. 'CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
1955. Christmas gifts was puzzledby Albert Knight ;pastor.
Held Among his many decorationswere seeing a picture of Jesus, FIRST UNITED METHODIST LATTER DAY SAINTS HOPEJBAPTISTCHURCHHighway : :: PINE: LEVEL BAPTIST
the coveted "Florida STARKE 1404 E. Bassist Road ( 100 Sunday School 10 Morning
about which the display cen- LAURA BAPTIST CRtlRCH at Theraisa) a.m. -
For CrusadeRev. Cross," the highest State Na- tered. "Imagine," she ex- Worship JJulunior: ; Morning SundayPriesthood" 8:30: a.m. Sunday School-10 unl.!: Mora- Worship, 11 ajn. Pre-
tional Guard decoration, and ; and Senior Sunday School, 9:45: \. ajn.j: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacrament .Jig Worship- a.m. Training Senrlcss CB .
claimed, "putting religion into ;
the Distinguished Service Me- such a happy time as Christmas MYF groups, 6 p.m. Morning Worship 11 pin ajtftl:*; Evehing 6 pjn. Jnloo- 6:30: p.m.; EvenlnssWorMp ,: People, and PrayerYoung r Service>. 6
T.D. Hall, executive director dal for outstanding service. In !" Let one forget that WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal. Worship 7:30 Midweek Monday.MIa 7:30: pjn. 7:15: pm.Wedsesday p.m. Evening Worship 7 pjn..
of the James Robison 1957 he was presented the Legion Christmas is happy becauseof 7 Pom. Prayer Meeting, : Bible Study, WMpASday. TuesdayPrimary 4:30 pjn. Night Prayer Services Midweek Service .Wednesday,
Evangelistic Assn., spoke at the of Merit for exceptionally a child wrapped in swad- 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30: pjn. WednesdayRelief Society, 7:30 pjn. Rev. Merle 7:30 pjn. Rev John Strickland
combined Crusade Evangelism meritorious conduct in the per- 7:45. Be in church Sunday. 7:30: pun. Packham, pastor. Pastor.
dling clothes: and laid in a
"M" Bev. W. B. Mercer, pastor Jesse D. Branson Branch
Rally and Association gormance of outstanding ser- .
manger in Bethlehem. Real ..
Night on December 7 at 7:30: vices, 1955-1956. Christmas Joy is found in Him -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. Pcosldent.:
in the First Baptist Before leaving Starke, Can -------------
p.m. as the angel said, "Fear not
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Church. Wall served two terms as ma- for, behold I bring you good LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL .

paration spiritual The rally for inspiration was the coming planned and James as pre-a yor bership Shrine of the in, Augustine Morocco He held Shrine mem-Temple be tidings to all of people.great joy" which shall Sunday Worship HOLINESS School U 9 CHURCH:45 ajn.ajn.; ;Youth Morning I I / / ///II////// Ir' I

Robison Crusade, with an opportunity Club, Rotary Club, Elks Lodge J.C. Brown Jr. Minister Service 6 pjn.; Evening Wor- : ,
to understand the full No. 829 and the Masonic Or- First Christian Church ship 7 pjn. "
Impact that the crusade can ders. He was a member of Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30
have on the religious community the First Baptist Church of 1 tol / 1 1I 1I
of Bradford County A dynamic Starke. MADISON STREET p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chaunceypastor. I IHIb : j jt
message was broughtby Surviving are his widow,Mar- BAPTIST CHURCH I : ::::
Rev. Hall and special mu- tha Dutton Wall; a daughter, Opportunities for service: NORTHSIDE BAPTIST t /:
sic planned and presentedby Mrs. Nancy Wall Bennett Indian School 9:45 Mor- "
was Sunday : a.m CHURCH CHRISTMAS Ire I ornannnu. are mad. lc
the First Baptist Church Harbor Beach: and a son, ning Worship at 11.Training Un Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; 1 / i I II
Choir of Keystone Heights. William Herbert Wall, Tusca- lon 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- resemble sna unusual pattern eace .
Rev. Hall was also here 'to loosa, Ala.Funeral. 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30. ning Worship, 6 pjn. Training I and "fr...1, "however, the mat beautiful' ornament I

train the counselors for the services were heldat MondayYouth Choir Practice Union 7:30. and >mbo4 .* the star "for the lopof
up-coming! crusade to be held 10 a.m. Saturday in the An- 7 p.m. ThursdayTeachers and Officers I II
January 6-10 at the BUS audi- cient City Baptist Church, with TuesdayMission Friends, Meeting 6:30.: Prayer I the tree This If to remind ut ft that' i ,
torium. The Crusade is expected Rev. Harvey A. Hartman, pas- Girls in Action, Acteens, 3:30: Meeting 7:30.Edward wonderful, day when, the child Jttut "''I'' _
to be one of the most tor of Memorial Lutheran p.m. RA's 6 p.m. C. Harvey, pastor.ST. 1 born in a manger and the star thown" the .__ ,
meaningful religious experiences Church, officiating, assisted by WednesdayFamily Nigh Sup ;
of the year in this area. Rev. Carson Britain, pastor of per, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting: and MARK'S EPISCOPAL .t / way i "lor, we have seen her Mar In .the -= : :.

Approxlmitely 200 counse- the Ancient BaptistChurch. Christmas Party, 7:30.: Church CHURCH, STARKE tail" and art comedo worihip, him"" lei i 'J; :1
t 10 rs and advisors were trainedby Full military rites were administered Choir Practice, 8:30.:
Holy Eucharist lilt and 3rd I the star on the I tree remind you to attend _
Hall be effective at graveside cere- ,
Rev to -Denton Sumrall, pastor.
guides to those making decisions monies in Crosby Lake Cem- !;Sundays, 11 ajn. Morning Pray- church and *, <<.h1r, him I,,,,. 1 1i
per 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 ajn.oh .
The training at Saturday. ,_
at the crusade. etery noon
Fivnn, Rector.
i was held In the First Baptist Craig Funeral Home of St. we'll -
ret it tor
Church of Starke on Tuesday Augustine was in charge of Suppllct! Fur.'lul'e! you., Equipmenl. Office II The Oiwch H (* "! .p. iMi4 agency i*. "Ail' wwW I
Dec. 8.t. arrangements. Bradford County- PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL to tpMdiflf If* kipwMft, rf !Nn In 'fw nun tri.. -
Telegraph.! METHODIST CHURCH t *f Hn itmwt fw mennnspndn1Mt tot kytovint ,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning \ l hit M'fhbM.: W hMt (kit ...... in the... --
i aas. .-- as atm. s -. airy
Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- I tot d Ct4 'm fMKimunt M *ritty" M "'r if lift _
't.'ties vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship ..I will ,lnf' ftM***** wed KM... IrtWtmt" wkkk we hew ,
7:30 pjn. Tuesday night Prayer M few will, in.rinNy ""lit" Tfttrtfw; MM fitm ____ '
Meeting 7:30 p.m. 1 Miff* punt*tf view tiw tk...,M i.f.tri.At.. (kvnhftr ,

p/I t Rev. Neal Starling, pastor t / I .HM.. Mkt tf f.the.. w.llw..l kirnstH.. .. sad kn ft md?. --...... 1

) t BAPTIST CHURCH ..,11I4 th.t. ......M. tvtry ,.,.... diM' vphtU ........ ........ ,
AIRPARK end tirtkiftttt hi tttt... dunk kwMM H not Kit arM' ....... ,

: Sunday School 10 a.m.Evening;Morn- ktwt IMII'I lift, told end stttfny; .At.. (InIth.wfIicII............ II <, ,
t Worship, U a.m 1
Ing ;
1' t Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer elms, will.ttt him; I... .. live .i a AM tf ....

Meeting and Bible Study, 1
7 Young Peoples MeetIng I
p.m. \
t q
I t G.F.every Prevatt Monday pastor., 7 p.m.Everyone -

t C fi t Welcome. 1 1

H. ,
e- t Father James Cregan pastor. :

Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday 7llhII' ;1

Mass, 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass \ ,
t 1bA 7 p.m.
t eNC
p.m.School Confessions. Saturday, 6 I C \ \ \ \ "QlN! ,I

t ) t Grade of School--Religion:Sunday, U 1 L._ -:--:_____ ___:- _________________ .-"
___ __ a.m. to 12 noon.
High School-- Wednesday 7 -

t t to 8 p.m. STARKE "66"



t Day Sunday Mass, 5:30: p.m. $ '; $ EST Bin Edwards Ph. 964-7231

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Headlight Adjusting
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t MAY WE t STARKE Carl Hurst Phone 984-8111 Brake Service .

Opportunities for service: Wheel Balance and
Sunday -- Sunday School 9:45: .
t GENTLY REMIND YOU a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; WRECKER SERVICE'HiwaT 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Alignment

t Sermon, "Am I My Brother'sKeeper 24-HR. I Phone 964-5745 for FREE
Training Union 6:15; 301 and 100
OF OUR Evening Worship, 7:30: ; Sermon I Inspections and Estimates AD
t "Living to Capacity; 410 S. Tempi Starke Repairs
I Monday -- Deacons Meeting: U7 N. Temple Ave. Starke .
AUTO LOANS Youth Choir, 7 p.m.
Tuesday -- Junior Choir,
I I Girls In Action; 3:30: Primary

tt When your car acts up, see us for Instant relief It Acteens Choir 4:15.Wednesday: .; Girls In Action;: STARKE BUILDERS' EDWARDSGrocery BRADFORD

in the long run our fast -- R.A. Meeting .
I thrifty Auto Loans I SUPPLIES Inc. ABSTRACT CO.
may cost less than 5 P.m., Family Night Supper, and Market
you'd pay for repair bills. 8 pjn., Prayer Meeting 6:30.

Teachers and Officers Meeting Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Your
t I 7:15: ; Combined Church and
Youth Choir Practice 815.: Complete Paint Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems
Thursday -- Churchwide
I visitation, 7 pjn. Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. Abstracts

FLORIDA I I -- W.A. Hogan, pastor. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance .

"Check With U. First"
PHONE 964.5312 158 W. Can Ph. 964-6881
BANK AT STARKE t OUR HEARTFELT THANKSTo 219-Washington St. 9 4:5270

all who extended confortIng .
sympathy and help In our recent
t Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. t sorrow. Kor the beautiful\ CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, tic.

service, floral offerings, and .
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group A other kindnesses, we are deep Owned Bjr Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties) "Helping Our Members) Live Better,
ly grateful.\ -The family of Paul
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claimant and be sworn to by styled Court nn or before Dtc- the names In which It wag a*. described In ouch certlft M' .
the claimant. hl" agent J ember IT. 1870: otherwise a, Motive ef A11l lleatl.M.Tag aesMed are as follows, : or certificate. will be plto
his attorney: .,r It will: become. Judgement may be entered, **.** .. Certlflcaxr. ;* No. It. Tear of the highest bidder at the c ref
void avuvrdlnK to law against I you the relief demanded tr. 1D4.14h r. Issuance 11'OScnesrrloOnjW\ house door on the first Mo*.
Community .' Dated this 24lh day of Nov in t-lr Complaint or Notice< Is hereby given, that of Property tot day In month of January. 1SJ..
.; mbsr. ll?0. Petition. Mr. Isaao Cummin the hold. e BUK 3 f. -aVlvtan McGeorc Witness my hand and theseal or of the following certificateshas Name In which. asoeiwed Ixrt- *.ry Il17t. '
Vivian MuQsorROk anclllmry ads of said Court on November filed said ctrtlNcatea4M. r tie Mae RemoldsEST hated this Z4h day of MOT.,..
mlnlatrator of the estate of 10th 1979.tSEAX. a tax deed to be issued tKtra-. All of eel ,,orperty being In mber.. ItTO."fUuVah .
Anna Jacobs. Jso .) on. The certificate numb.r.end the CountyjJdf Bradford. State
a. Anna DttJ. D Jntnan D. Green years of issuance. the description of Florida* *- ; M. Moody :
Known as Anna Belle J. Dovlln As Clerk of Said Court of the property a4 lrnle. such certificate or Deputy Clerk of Olren'f t"ntt, '
News 4..ed. First Publication Nov. 1*. 170 certificates shall b. redeemed] of Bradford County FlorM
b.ll 3.t 1970.publication on Decem 11-11 it ll l
-.8U'anlel K. Meadows
Daniel N. Meadows. of Mead. .
By Elizabeth owe' and Holcomb. P. O. Box
Is" \ Walker 1S07. CSS Avanus.

..mJlECREA'n nn__ ..... gggg IGggggggggggg_ Cocoa Administrator Florida", IS>22. AttOrneyfor
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We are making plans for another CHURCH' ACTIVITIESNew Greater Bethlehem Freewill :
exciting: game Please Bethel Baptist church Baptist Church Rev. Jasper I. oo. Sad..'. Cdo
latch] th...,ffiper for announce Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor.Tuesday Williams pastor. Tuesday and tail Fur Bradford V.7.Florida. << .

)'Mi, night of each ,week prayer Thursday evening, Christmas In ;.: Estate of Robert E.Runge .
meeting at 7 p.m. Bible class practice. Thursday the Ladles deceased
DELL CHAPTER 168 each Thursday night at 7 Circle will meet at the home Notice creditors Ta CredltOreAll the .-Late 01 here-'71 Cutlasses! And Olds dealers are out to catch up! "
will hold it'sregular1'meeting Sunday School 9:45 each Sun- of Sister Sarah Prince.: ThePrayer Robert E. &.... dee.d. "
.. Thursday day. Morning worship llajn. Band will meet at Sla- .are d to hereby file notified.any claims and r.Qulr-or deswands So it's easy for budget-minded buyers to become Olds owners!
night, Dec1117. In the Masonic Evening worship at 6:30. All ter Annie B. Mosley's. Friday. which aliht.--rn have
Hall on Brownlee. Street. All members are asked to cooper- Saturday. dinners will be sold office t tha the of
member are asked to be pre ate with the activities. of the from the kitchen. Sunday Bradford of thcounty County. Florida In
sent. Business of vital Import church. Visitors always wel- School, 9:30. Morning serviceat the CourthouM at Bradford six
ance. ,A a come. 11. Evening service, 6 p.m. County calendar months Florida from within the this
The Ladles Circle will sell dinners of the first publication of '.
Sunday. notice. Each claim or .demandmust "
wrltln add J muststate
be In
STILL TIME Ebenezer Baptist Church, the place of residenceand
TO ORDER Rev. Leroy Davis,Pastor.Bible postolflcs and "address must" be or swornto thclaimant

class Is held each Monday night by the claimant his (;.nt.or .
at 7:30.: Prayer meeting each c his void raccording wlU be.come ba ,
FOR' CHRISTMAS. DELIVERY Thursday at 7:30. Choir No. 1 October SO. 1110 to ta.W. r
their Anniversary CAR W.
: program. Of the Eslattof
Greater Allen Chapel Rev. Robert E. Runge deceased
C.E. Jenkins, Pastor. Sunday First publication on Noy. tl tS

4 School at 10. Morning serviceat 1970.O.orge .... Pierce p..
11. The young people will be Attorney far Admlnl.tratotP. ii
In charge. Evening service at Stalks. O. ,Drawer Fla. 1030
6. Visitors are Invited. n.1I 40'- n.1f
Girl Scout Troop 626 will hold -

F regular meeting every Tues- 1 iaa M a..1t J.......C..CI..t.. Of ft.8 ,,
day at 5 at Greater Allen. Chapel ....r... I. 'ad Bow .redfeN r
Church. Ceaaty. Casa, sae.Mary .
St. James Church of God In Utfv.Ev.l..a.- Clarence Wayne 1
Unity; Elder Montgomery, pastor Stewart Defendnnt.
Sears 1114 Oak St. Sunday School To Notice:. Clarence ot Suit Wayne Stewart .
every Sunday, 10 a.m. Morning 1* Care at Oeornla, State V.. nf
Worship at 11. First and third prison. Reldsvllle.herebY.notified Georgia that I

Sunday, Pastor's Day. Evening an You action are for divorce has been Cutlass S Olds looks class and value- nrtb
Service, 7:30. Second filed against you and You arerequired :
to serve a COpy of tor what you'd pay (for so-called "low-price" cars. Oldsmobile I .
Missionary 3 The ,
p.m. If any ED
written defenses
your F. haw or Nice touches like louvered hood,Magic-Mirror Finish
fourth Eugene
Sunday night regular to It on
.. solid Fisher to
Shaw And Attorn.y. Body by are yours enjoy. J
Church Day services at 7:30.: tor Plaintiff. who ee "ddress !Ie See your Olds dealer today! wsvgA74s A.PAH.AD -_..nene _
Young People's Meeting every 14S West Call: Street. o't':\ .
Sunday, 5 p.m. r titheanCleric of the..bav..
St. James has organized a .
Prayer Band for all those who ------------------eft.I ---------------------.1 .-------------r----: -- '-------------
-- desire prayer In the home. 1.I ,
Tarry services are held each I
Thursday at 8 p.m. Prayer 1 1 I
Service every Friday night. 1 1
Visitors always welcome. 1 1 p

DATE .CRDER IS PLACED Saturday nlsrht the Falcons
N will play the Titusville Terrorsat 1I
i All fans are Invited to attend. 11 FAIR 1
The bus will run on the following = 48 < I I

schedule: Pick up at LB 1 1
Pleasant Grove at 6:30: ; Lincoln II o/
Girts: !1I
City 7 Lawtey,7:30. I j jI
; P.m.; 11 SUPERMARKETSwhen
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day through Thursday, 4 to II
6:30: p.m. Friday and Saturday I I II 1 FRESH I GRAD!'A' I
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I. The .Cen lr Js>**..'. CnrtBradford QUALITY I FRYERS 1 Savings Count... j
IvuMOfsrturlte' ,n/,1 f'1 c:
FOR TfrfENTIRE'FAMILY In Km';: 1'gallslle/ us oepi of AGSICUttust1 II i COUNT' ON US!
r I rl a. q 'HJacubn, "'u-l'uUelltt k'lj W t.:. p vlnlta/,(1;'"" 'I''' '1 1,1, vbh'lJgv.: ) ; !' ,
tevlln;' Anna IJuUe JI\a ,.. L>uceasd. II'" I ; w14ou ; I
All Notice creditor To.Creditors of Anna BellaJacobs. I U.S. CHOICE i LBiI I I La 2"9' < WIDNISDAY.MICIS GOOD DIG THROUGH 16th. I I

alas v known a.. Anna i I I LB 1 quantity right reserved.FRESH I
Bella Devlin. ale l known as An. I II I i 1 I
na Nile J. Duvlln I duceased who
died on February e. 1970. I II I I 1 Ij
while a renldenlof Santa Dar -
218 N. TEMPLE AVE. barn County California, are
notified that they are rmmlredx
> file any cau.lrn'.r demands U.S. CHOICE
PHONE 964-6848 that they may lIaveCaln.t
her estate In the office ot the SIRLOIN. SLICEDBACON CHUCK
County Judge of Bradford PORK LOIN .
County Florida In the Court. S
in six calendar month. from. h
FRED BARKER tho of date this of notice.the first Koch!: oubllca.tlon claim :r __ ( C '-;.
or demand mutt bo In wrltlnn rc; I09GAL. 59CKGS La 49C"KG 5' 8 3 Las .55 .
and filed Indupllcuto. and muat. ao OVER La HALF GALLON
state the place of residence
and post office addrens, of the

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f KEYSflTOjjSEAy : Act TenBi"i 1 --l

I r Keystone I to other atNallp r : m1. Counclhvomaa Joy Baker
I cii: received: a ...n bout replacing fence that are ed. Gene Shaw had promised .
said Rep.
I GLORIA Ran: ,. ABa by 17 resldBataTefPoint *-'. sf1 IMl dose. to draw up the bill tor
to have street .light. There has been a legan tangle -
b flip
IC&M' Call,"13-32M or,.'11"1 | Installed and on* U already concerning: the city': haY- the legislature.

approved for that area; approved lag a tax assessor and collector -
WOMANS CLUB two business permit, when the state has since At Nelson' Point road and
The Woman's Club will spoortor peruses\ fordata. IMttb a and discussed traffic at fw set up the plan for the county: Highway 21. ruts and washouts
a Spanish-Chicken and Rfee all flab ike ttoa* Highway 100-21 Intersection assessor and collector: to do have caused resident to push

:Skipper at the Clubhouse on WELCOME TO where the street light U out Atwr me bid U awarded, this for the city. Attorney Fremont the council: for Improvements

a turday, Dec. 12. at 5:30: p.m. OPEN HOUSE. $ aim of commission. as araw aide tat a keOroom Tolles recommended hav- and the delegation for streetlights
I tag Mr. Aughtry Vance collector also brought this to mecouncil's
Ickets available from ckibtaembra Ten bids 125 125 toot
are ISO on a x fcr to kMgar
to .
a.m. Councilman
and James Cook, attention again.
or call Mrs. Fre- hangar for Keystone Airport will aleelettridti fer. The eeem.
REALTOR eeeer, resign and a bill : Redfearn promised to
Mont Tolles, ticket chairman, were opened at Tuesday eight's 11 the sMd
'((73-4138 for reservations. Ad. Mr. aad.. council meeting and Architect: Mr IMetarM eased through the legislature have a constractor: : price the
changing the city: charter to Job of hard-topping the stretch
'nlsslon. Adults $1.50 Don Morgan is evaluating! Ilea
stroh .hsvs eliminate The the of the road where
these office from top
and children $L Host council decision
tax month'. nt this week for the b .
two resignations! were submitted It leaves Highway 21, with DOTto
be Mrs.
or the supper will : at a special meetings M
t. Williams Mrs. T.L. Nor- FLO Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the meeting! and accept." do a* much: a* they will.

wood. Mrs. R. Wolfe Mrs. D.Welmer Bids on a garbage truck..*. 41a ..

Mrs. H.T.Smith Mrs. given __. sis went to Terwtllegar Me.
A. McElrath and Mrs. D. Wai- Dinner at a bra of Starke. and a auto* Geneva Youth I
lace. oIa Hotel e 11tNt.. T loader from Rowland Truck K* i I I

Forty-one memL.lly of pjulpment Co. of Jacksonville, I
ROTARY CLUB were present w ua.hers Lire HatlYlti/mkno/ / representing Thlele Body Ce. srfa 1 '
The Rotary Ladles Night Terwlllegar had the low bid
unable to be ..... Mr% Dies In Wreck
Christmas Party will be held Haberstroh report they. .had A live Nativity scene will be decorations will be of $4.006 on the white truck:
m Thursday Dec. 17, at the a most enjoyable time. MSded by the Keystone High the KH Fire Depart- chassis of four bids submitted. -
Garden Restaurant In Starke. School Interact Club the week nil rday. On the side loader body. uft A ll-Y lr-old Lake Geneva skid marks prior to .the .Im-
BOWLING NEWS before' Christinas. To be lo- aymond Starnes ex- Central Florida Equipment Co. youth Ricky: Anthony Paredes. pact. The Paredes' Ford 'left
COLF COURSE The Northeast Travel. I | ftjj cJJ at the *Me of the Mu- the hope that more of Orlando submitted a Md of was killed.. In a head-on collision no skid marks. Both vehicle
The monthly ladies luncheon played la GatefavlDe flo- ntefial I BulMlng the lighted _t it. decorations for the $4,447 compared to Rewlaatf on SR-100 west of Lake were a total loss.
cf the Keystone Women's Golf vember 8. DeWltt C. JI1 aetjii will 1 featare living ac- season might be put Truck's bid of 4715. The lat a Butler last Saturday afternoon. Charges are still lending In

Association was held Thurs- local team, teak. due* = city: In cooperation ter Included hydraulic ..... Pandas was a passenger in the accident according to
Mrs. A. Ketch was isshitedtilth Bowl of JackMUVtU: Pis. .. efjiced along Lawrence r. the $268 difference la eatBids a Itaeks. Mitchell Paredes. 21, Youn Paredes was deed on
the luncheon by MI'.. Ray for the airport hiej.f she. U described In fair con- arrival at the medical center.
mend, Starnes Mrs. Charle had! 67TpHe. were read from trlriCEa : eMea In the University of Flo- Service were held this morning -
f tilth, and Mrs. JD. Hender- i pepper' had .a''" struction Co., for baseof HI rids Medial. Center (Thursday) from St. Wil

I Forty-three\ ; members and. with 18ft. $55,974; Bro' '":.. CU'WIIIt' title L. Allen 32, Stark liam's Catholic: Church Key.
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I Jests were served luncheon for cries. r"N..' s F Ion Co., $52osIMSCaeetiwa: ; driver of the other vehicle la stone Heights with Father

On Wednesday( evening Dec. they. win be ._ fa A1Utfne. tlon Co.. $42,374; : described as still In critical: James Cregan officiating: Burial -
2> a color movie of Westches- Jones. .rides ship $55,257; JACllai eettHduu In the medical cen-: followed In .the Keystone.
tt r Golf Course starring JackN .
ment, $49,136-'
playing againstOrmosd t ter.The Height Cemetery under direction
rklaus and narrated by Mm -" TA Ings, Inc.. $42.609; FJajm > accident occurred ac- Funeral
of Beaek < .... of DeWitt C. Jones
wUi shown by Pro. Ed Roger: date they keatiM the covered dish culture Exposition In:.. $..,. 7. eortlec to Florida Highway Patrolman Home of Key.toneH..U..
at the! club hou.e.spaghetti M a Cltb Following the genIng .- J.C.
Christmas treu In whlet Snrwin bir I 975; Clark Construct Ce. Cone when the Born In New York on August
A dinner preparedby each circle willa $41.205 Hlron II. P8I Co. fail Rambler driven by Allen
have to get a .%.. M Matrea Jo Reed ; 24, 1954 Paredes was a student -
tee Joe of Petrock several and others a cortiml washell order to receive a Cft.......4 aMMsd ta. toraM It! for separate a short business section $58,568; and W.D. Dupont text ass Ci' was nisei traveling lane of, SR-100 east In the west In the 11th grade at Keystone -
Inc. 2.3 mile
Song $47,235.
gift from under fte. hke i. ,. Geesrsl Boa A et Height High School. He
Saturday evening Dec. 5. ef bdtlawlik Variations In floor ilnliiege."cement et of Lake Butler at. 4:45: was a member at St.William's.
Tnphles for the Fall Classic to bring your gift : .
work types of dooI'w.and
tills the Startartous Surviving are his
Mlt parents:
Tournament were presented to>> FR1EMB AMDandslftrChrtt sAi tke canned goods, rice, In listing alternate cost SlSplrn Paredes was driving( Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Parades
Mr j. Vesta Alken and Miss soaps for the Animas of 20-year paint finish at suit ha. the westbound lane of ;

Penny Rogers winners of the Dc. 12. .. wa VMS of Basket of the walls and roof of .the still flte teed sad swerved to the one ,brother Diane and Stephen Michelle; two sisters. Pa--

Ta 'lor and Hal Adams for the 44811 AepletonSt., 0 Ir.Eve underway Church for Ser-the at the erne time Allen swerved his grandparents, Mr. ...Mrs.

mi 'u Runners-upwere SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA last "..".. H.r"n. hack to the right Into the eastbound Ellas Paredes of Ocala.
Sunday Nov. 29, the
ed golf bans. A P lane and the two ve-
-> FLANNEfi AT ST; JlB1I41gWOry1 is. aces a chapoOifrdaafhtorand candle of the Ad- MELIOSEMiss Metes
PI;.quo was pre collided: head-on Just
going prest! w {i. Chamelo*, mtMte di* nreWee, sr an- kth was lighted by .-t south of the center line In the

Tolles In a.Plln .,,. Meter Division of HumanMlesM sen. One candle will JiJivseaia eastbound traffic lane. GARDEN CLUB
the Jp for College .kaa aanouneed .IwttZra t Chapter *MchMftmfllo
work during the > each Sunday Morn- Kicky Paredes was riding In BAZAAR, DEC. 11
die beginning of a Trt- heat gut member 1 A IFF IV..
Ip until Christmasces
.the right front seat of 1966
trophy also the
was presented to
Bob Hayes for his holeinoneon county Symphony Orcheltra.IIerelates. N. Watson Hardenburgh' had when the white Carolyn Tison and ward of Gainesville. A reception Ford Econollne his brother was The Garden Club of the Lakes
hole number 5 "We are anxious to seecessfully come through major c 11 be lighted. Rocky Edwards of Gainesville : will follow In the Melrose driving. will have its Christmas Bazaar
recently. make effective of new surgery at St. Vincent's Sunday with Carolyn's Woman's Club.
use our spent
The Rambler Friday Dec 11, from 9 to
Three left 28 feet of a.m.
members of the Key- Fine Arts Building Auditorium H....... Cheer cards will be P tLS parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Miss Becky Bust daughter of
5 in the barber build-
stone Women's Golf shop
tf jn played In Assocla- here at the junior college: and ......sated... as prayers offered \ Mrs. Richard Malm- Tlson and family. Bob end Jerry )fief.,. will .be ing p.m.Keystone Heights. Mem-

a the Dunes County an invitational Club In I can think of no better way f helped. greatly on the day of Vashlngton, D.C. drove Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Corey married Saiurdkr, Dee. 12 at Service Held bers are asked to bring articles -
Ji to incorporate Its use as an Me operation.Mrs. >spend the Thanksglvh and sons of Palatka spent 3 pjn. In North. Central Baptist for
cksonville on December 1- l : aleonThursdayafternoon -
Vi. ncllle Ketch Pat Herman enriching facility for our tri- Elizabeth (John) Hun- n Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving with her parenU.Mr. Church Gainesville, to For Donald Ashton Dec. 10, except baked
It 1 ale .has rescheduled her and Mrs. C.W. Durbin. Murray Zeit. of Ft. Leuderdale.A .
anil Penny Rogers. Penny county: community. expected eye A mgren paternal pa- Of Keystone Hts. goods to be brought Friday
won that many SJRJC students surgery for December 14. She Mr and Mrs. Julia Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison reception will ke ,held at the .
set end In morning
place her flight will also participate. ..... that the cast on her maternal parents, and daughters scent Thanksgiving Church following . I Mr. Champion has a great rtIIIt arm will be removed by cored their vacation with Mrs. Tlson' In May the Melroee. Action Donald Mark Ashton, U, of
LDTIMERS NEWCOME deal of experience in arranging tin*. the Bahamas whereto brother-in-law and sister Mr. Committee at the request of Keystone Heights died Saturday -
iS''- Have coffee with ue, 'I l *teMkng OES Chapter family Metroe. Dec. 5 after
conduction: and composing. and Mrs. A.M. Howel) and saw a lengthy
Dec. \ 12th. 9:30: a.m. to 1:30: He says, "There will be a Sae a sans that the Worthy Grand do some sailing of Mlcanopy. a Day Care Center for'wertdngsnetter Illness.. He was born In Jacksonville -

p.m. S.E. McKAY REALTOR. preliminary audition designed ...... Mrs. Virginia Boyte, /boat ts., and visit other Mr. and Mrs. Donald WIl- << *. The Idea wad to'X. on June 5, 1959 and My Neighbors

primarily to detorntl. *eaee> >r N.lMaaYs Swlnford liams spent Thanksgiving. weak .. was a member of Si. William's
Mrs. K.R.
HERE{ : N' THERE ment and seating within the GaIne.ed end In Hartsvllle, S.C win v Cateettc Church of Keystone __
We're happy to report that ." r : =lar ChepddMaeMwrt __ r Sandy of Mrs. Williams sisters. .......

N.W. Hardenburgh is convalescing Mr. Champion hopes to get .TChNa. Dr.Thanksgiving Swtmford's din- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene .M. t.. ilk Surviving are his parents Mr. ( -c4 RFh

satisfactorily following this gnftlp underway with If. and Mrs. Julius pa- and children spent Thanksgiving ae>d Mrs. Clyde L. Ashton. and
surgery. alter the first of with her mother Mr. ene brother Steven Ashton all
Hanson Is
|Mrs Dr.
Sympathy Is extended to Mrs and urges lnl/lsetld lexxher.Weyman. Hattie McElveen, of lemlet. ef Keystone; and his grand- h
F.'ank Ilgen on the death ofhr and studMte tem and Ar S.C. fMeejt*. Mrs. Beulah McDonald
father Mr. Ottls Klttrell t Jomor cefll' 'e. M Spending Thanksgiving !.... std Mrs. Zelma Ashton, both
enjoyed a laIC
lust week. 29.. with end In QuIncy with her pareete. ef Jacksonville.Faneral .
[SMnlly reunion
Sympathy is also extended to were Mr. and Mrs. Rick Here*. service were held at
1r.. and Mrs. C.L. Ashton cm ? i'* daughter MIl Mrs Polly Perry of Palasta I'l a.m. Monday In St.William'
occasion of
the her
tie death of their son and spent Saturday with her sister, Catholic Church with Father
tc the family of Rick Paredes r I / stars eel mustit ... safe return from Mrs. Nell Duncan. ; James Cregan officiating. Interment -

who was killed In an automobile th. PnVtfetll. .' Lleut. Miss Vicki Tison and Miss kills, it: at rtldtl. or was in Arlington Me- dsa'
accident My NiighMorir Mrs. Ruth Greeson, Chairman returned Lowry from Hughes Viet- Susan Sapp recently graduated Mr. Clifton Eagland. It would morial Park Jacksonville under -
franklin Weisgerber remainsin of the Morning Circle, from Diana McAtee's Schoolof be a shame for It to does after direction of De Witt C.Jones "He'H been sitting on that
,, of
the Medical Center in Galnesvttle AL- and her member will be hoe.asarea. nil spent only a part Charm Jn Gainesville. Graduation so much work has been put Into Funeral Home cloud ever since he heard
h' with his
following surgery. y furlough was held at the FlaglerInn the project. The Rosary was recited at about that tax reduction: bill
Guests of Mrs. Jeannie Jett ... Mr and Mrs. L.D. and each of the girl mod- the Jones Chapel In Keystone pending in Congress! !" I
Houston Texas. Li.Slew
fcr the weekend were her sls- eled for the event A reception DUPLICATE BRIDGE Height at 7 p.m. Sunday.
tar and husband Mr. and Mrs KfYSTONEMIICHTS many missions for families and guests was) k &
Kyle Teich. of St. Paul Va. war zone and re- ----- ---..-. ..
-r and held following the fashion i .... wJ A/le ----------- --
Tte. Telch's were enroute from some and Vicki presided over h 1'.
which will be
Naples back to St. Paul. 'later.ors. He with his punch bowl and served wins c

4r; and Mrs. Don Morgan grandmother had and cookies 1Ma,
vrt )t deep-sea fishing at Ft. ivlng prayer for Misses Susy and K_
Pierce last weekend as guests and only regret' daughter of Mr. aadMn.Hi**

of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houpton l iiiirtiT1TSTONX d to leave for his Beard former reeMesiB J
the boat "The Valentine" nta Ana, Cal. Whilehe Melrose, were also amoMg |*.

Mrs. Morgan had the great thrill "W --.,-- renewed many graduates.
of catching: a 7-1/2 foot sail "I'm. Harold's t.tr0, -Mfsdteacherand ndship as he was Phillip Courtney.Vicki n...
Ush$ and her husband Don rtalned by and Larry Moltedo of Melted
.I'm Here did-
caught a seven foot sail fish. le part of his furlough recently: attended a party at 1
cu. hi*demand. far a ssverter the home
They reported a wonderful holiday In New of Mr. and Mrs MtAlechaa
weekend and work week." ary Donald Pace on" Cowpee. Labels
-- a ex-- .......-- ..:- .... ... ... iimr i Mrs. William Beam. honoring their eon. Alan eakls. )

.. 1 a two-week holiday eleventh birthday C e MIles
auao their former home Mr. and Mr*. Carroll aid the ac 1 1 '
skt Oeeata alrtMrl! Miami and Miami family are visiting friend sf r
\ Irs. Florence Fitselr relatives In Alabama s. dNfiaA /
rf Mr. and Mr*. "inn'"Illtems
dka.etoeed: mutual friendship>> spent Thanksglvlagwith lit 0IaIIIIa QUARTS

for real fellowship their soe-te-law. er

A.l "ksglving season. daughter Mr. aid bits.Ct15s sw IMPERIAL .... ''f111w 25
Perry and family.
Mrs. Donald Wa.
Just returned from Friend are reminded ef toe fie Clsart
Ode CttnM, h.tof ill i of Mr. Wallace's weddings Involving Melroee OLD STAG w.. VSpecial

1,0 passed away last couples in the aear future. te aaedr nunllle te this area
MAxtr Wallace Sr. moved Miss Carolyn TUom, daegkterof kt drt There an
and daughterka.ital Dock and Diane TUoB ja fkMt* to weep liiW fcr

Lake last June, be married Friday Dec. II at CkrUMas.heaat Tit cAWBiltBe
[tanned to make her 7 p.m. In Ellam Baptist ChMrtjr ) te work wldi ehBrvhaa

t home. However, eaami. Melrose, to RoscoeRodort4( ) > aaicndH to thld f i s. Cocktail
l with a triad, HourMON.
YUI>e eti. a fall, which ho*.

r for some dam, THRU SAT.

she was moved to coll and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison -
I inc nursing home, Batchelder spent Ttautfs*. 5:30 to 6:30
IM'1NiA paned away. THE CURMNT crap.1( ..-
giving Day with Miss_Drl*. .
Mrs. A.P. Hallman Ilea dent leek nits. dUhr.m
toll and her assistant Mrs DOUBLES for
price of
III. It.. eenelderiag Mt they will one
family get-together Harriet Flower, at Came Cry. .
aI ir11IMW&cOMi visa and to spend eel Lake. Miss DrUcell to 1Ir. till> .itenlly\ tweaty-fket ...n-

= vlng holiday with Driscoll's daughter aad Mrs, cry .......
T r fdjed friend la dieaVC. Batchelder I Ia his sister.

bIflN | area.They were -
[Mailman's two bre11 Holiday

Mrs.and Victor Paul Letj aejd DeW-lit Lounge
C. -
ills '
Mien, itl -1111II
hy If
.... .,Sherwood S.C.Hallman's Heaps dies,, STAJUCat Package Eli=

DC*. 121I (rs. Thurmui Hut.t PHONE 9 .. 200
Jji ffJO: .. Tern, were -
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North "
MS for the Waicks Hwy. 21 Keystone HrlffM' '
Member F.DJ.C. .. ... of Keystone KEYSTONE HEtGHTflPHONK

NrJ\\ the holiday week 473-4546
"Your 1MwaAl1 ..- Ick and Mr. Hutson nJ..,"

a |r and sister.

Mrs. Houston Drls-

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,,'' Dedication Service For New 1st Baptist Church j

I.:.' 'k ,'. .. ,. .. .' I: Of Keystone Heights To Be Held Sunday, Dec. 13 !

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; The First Baptist Church of its
Keystone Heights will dedicate ly
this new sanctuary at 2:30 p.m.
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on December 13.Assisting Pastor ;
Lawrence Carroll will be is
I Dr. Paul A. Melgs, Directorof
Evangelism for the Florida ling 1 {
Baptist Convention, who will The new sanctuary and fur- pit,
bring the dedication sermon. nishings cost approximately
$116,000. Total value of the "
After the dedication service church property Including the tic .
the congregation will assembleon first buildings and several city;
the grounds In front of the lots, Is approximately $200-
new building for the laying of
the cornerstone. After the completion 000.The
new sanctuary seats 430,
of this there
ceremony, Including the balcony and choir
will be tour of the building. t
a In
loft. addition, the building
p. f M r Includes the pastor's office,
.First services In the new
secretary's office, library,
will be held
sanctuary during A
baptism and
the morning of Dedication rooms
Day, four classrooms.The and
December 13, with a covered
Ih dish dinner following the morn- exterior of the building
Ing worship service. The ordinance Is Norwegian yellow brick with tral
of baptism will be observed four white colonial columns at
In the evening worship Us front. The steeple Is encased -
service with four candidates with multicolor stained lis
awaiting baptism. glass windows with lighting In

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j I History Of First Baptist Church Of Keystone e ,I I been for Church pas four his

; the pul

The need for a Baptist Church Rev. Tom Capell, visiting min- Woodrow Cox of Lake Geneva, Malcolm Davis, Rev. J.R
In Kevstone Heights: was first ister from Melrose, was elect Florida, and ground was broken Smith, Rev. J.D. Bowen
recognized by the Rev. JohnA. ed temporary moderator for a new building on June 5, The exper
present pastor, Rev.
Capell; pastor of the Ellam The Lord blessed this hum 1949. Lawrence has served
Baptist Church of Melrose, the ble beginning, and a tent was On August 27, 1949, the tent and began Carroll his ministry, was called December Christian
Rev. John Pearce, Regional secured from Rev. Wooley of the Ala-
was badly damaged by a hur- '
Missionary, and Major Ben F. the First Baptist Church of ricane and work was begunin Heights 41966 from, coming Keystone n. He
Ridenour, retired, of Keystone Palatka, Florida, to take care earnest on the new church chairman
Heights. These three gentle of our Increasing attendance.The building. The first service was 'The membership has growr in
men, after a period of prayer tent was placed on the held in the new church build- from the original 30 charter Associa
and meditation, definitely decided grounds of the Lake Geneva ing on November I, 1949. members to'a membership of as Its
that a church could and Trailer Park, through the On September 28, 1949, in a 306. The church Income baa .
should be organized. A relig- courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Fary business meeting, the Infant increased from a mere trickleIn of the
ious census was taken of the Navotny. church voted to become a partof the beginning, to more than : the same
surrounding territory by the On Tuesday evening,April 26, the Santa Fe River Baptist an annual budget of $43,000 per
Rev. Capell and the Rev. and 1949, a presbytery of 21 deacons Association. year. .
Mrs. H.P. Harrington. and of Due to crowded conditions, Bay Bap.-
pastors, names The educational building, served
The first service was heldon whom are found In the records, which made It possible to havea especially during summer on
Easter Sunday, 1949, In the representing the New River, departmentlzed Sunday, months, and the projected ,
home of Major and Mrs. B.F. St. Johns, Suwannee, Harmony school, was started by the growth rate of our area for as C0n-Vice
Ridenour. Services were con- Black Creek and Santa Fe Associations Young Men's Fellowship Class, the next ten years, ground was
tinued at their home with morn- ; 18 members and 9 the first of December 1954. broken for our new church
ing and evening worship on visitors met In the tent for the The following Is a list of building on June 10, 1970. Our f Keystone
Sunday and prayer meeting on purpose of organizing a Mis- the pastors who have served new facilities Include a sanc- 13"b two
Wednesday evening. sionary Baptist Church In Key- here since our beginning: tuary that will accommodate IIaJt the New
On the 29th of March, four- stone Heights,Florida.The visiting PASTORS- Rev. H.P. Bar- approximately 450 people; a and
teen Baptists, who were interested pastors spoke in turn, rington Supply, Rev. John Sunday school assembly room; Board
in organizing a Bap- giving light on what had to be Pearce Supply (deceased), three class rooms; a library; 1 Bap.
tist Church, met In the homeof done In starting a church, and Rev. David Thomas, Rev.II.E. and offices for the church staff. F current-
Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Lou- of their experiences with other Engleman Rev. F.D. Cant Today as we dedicate this Train-
don, Sr. The meeting craned churches. (deceased), Rev. D.A. Bonnell- and review the River
new sanctuary, L)
the Rev. H.P. Lots number 6 and 7 where
with prayer by Supply, Dr. O.L. Walker Sup- history of the church, the evidence ;
Barrington, ministerial stu the first church now stands, ply, Rev. W.B. McCrary, Dr. of God's rich blessings
dent at Stetson University The were donated by Mr. and Mrs. William Angel Supply, Rev, should remind us of the Inspiring to

charge given to the of Re-
church In Its Infancy, by Rev. a ". ,' three f
.... Keys of Gainesville, Florida. Mrs.
'If6lJIItIIIJl.y'/f1.r-! / '.. from the 7th Chap- St. Au-
i.t _. r Jp 'pt v4., a. ;f'C ''' He quoted
ter of Jeremiah where JereIlUah ; Mrs.

___..... ..,.-".._..,.... .'..w'.,...... had Ms dream concern- not do, because of our number; Let a
""' Ing rebuilding the temple, how or puree; just to leave that upon ; Jun.
1'n"'f'I'' : the wall around it was not to up to God. He reminded us of gage Height
''III be built because there are no how the crooked would be made and
r ImlllIuil: !
limits to what God can do. straight and the rough smooth-
u : Applying It to us, he encour- when we are In the will of serve
:: :: aged us not to set our stakes The Father working to further er

=:;"'," and say, what we can, or canInterior His Kingdom. -
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T"r 1 called In 1963. During his pastorate ,
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To The. FlMt OtptUt C/twuJi Of. Keystone. H

Keystone Cleaners Belote's DrugsKeystone

t.4 t Redfearn's Appliances Jewelers &GifbDucky'

Mallard's & Ten Store Store
Five Department
Manning's Auto & Hardware

Kim's Shell)] Service r Keystone State Bank

Clay Electric Co-Operative Inc.
Northern Propane Gas Co. R. T. Lovorn, Realtor

Scales Super Market F. H. Ellis & R. C. Ponsler, Contractors Banner Food Store ,j

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Bys Phone Michael 471-1612 n. ChJtty ClASSIFIED ADS GEl HES11LTfi-- .

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Greetings, friends and neigh-
bors, from your RollingReporter. -
I guess thngs are getting -
hectic everywhere by now, with - -'
Christmas so near. If you get

this paperonThursdayyouonly
4\\ have 14 days to get ready, so FOR SALE Christmas trees
ya better get on the ball. CLASSIFIED AD RATES JIMMY\ MOORE'S 1 COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage W. A. Stern Phone 9645614. LEW'S

Holy We are Ghost In the Revival middle this of a great week Minimum Chare ...., ..1.7S SUN SPORTS Married parents, couples'wanted., and ''women.Some, 2to 12-27 WELDING SHOP

through Sunday morning, at (Covers'., 15 word) Salary starts $347 per month, FOR SALE Twin 'beds, 3
Hampton Baptist Church, Each word 15-70 .MOORE BOAT FOR I per person 5 day week, s hour dressers, 1 dauibte I( bed, kitchen Whispering! .: Pines Mo-
r ru Evangelist John Hall of Jackson YOUR MONEY\ day. Promotional opportunities table and chars! lamps, 2 tel US 301 S. Phone
50c Extra Charge If not State sick leave, I I drawers Ph. 964-3624 9648252.
Miss. Is truly a man called Retirement chest of
3yirry Ma.W by God to proclaim Ills Holy paid In advance Starke Ph. 964-5791 vacation; etc Please apply Ins Up
Word Just the way it was written. person only .Personnel Offlc, UTILITY TRAILERS
Everyone Is invited to come CLASSIFIED. DISPLAY." Complete Outboard & lSuJ and Center; Gainesville, TOY POODLES, champagne, CUSTOM BUILT

YS 4F and share this blessing with us. $lso Per InchMemorials Stern Drive Service and Fla. An equal opportunity employer and! black, AKC registered. GAS AND ELECTRIC
fir. h r ,
ti Monday, mother Cricket, tfchg $75.00 each. 964-7972. Up
.Y1ttf" my Resolution Repair. Complete Fiber WELDING BRAZING
iy I in
and were
Granny Copeland Proclamations, etc -7c word glass Repair. Custom, WANTED: 2 experienced car. SHEET METAL
r"lf wstkb Gainesville, looking for old San- ;Ct :
built Fiberglass Fishing renters: !block mason helper, TRAILER
ta. Mama: and Granny Copeland CARDS OF THANKS HITCHES.
ireircJeMng.': about!: 4 weeks
TurtleMrs. attended the former a Miss bridal Carolyn shower Ken-for 50 words or less .. ... ..3.00 Boats. MARY work Kinssley/ Lake Route 1, INSTALLED

nan, who is now Mrs. Roy Each word over SO-7c Box 361 Ph. 533-2381. Itchg

Victoria Cadle and her son-in-law. Earl Robinson Morgan.Melton, myself Granny Copeland and a church, Otis DRIVERS NEEDED CARTER' BUY CHRISTMAS Gifts\ : Fine

are pictured with 65 pound AHigater Turtle caught full of others attended the wed- FOR RENT Good: location Train now to drive semt glass silver, engraved sold PECANS
ding of Miss Carolyn Kennan close I", furnished and unfurnished truck looal and over the ladles gentleman
while on a fishing expedition last week in New River. furniture, paintings, prints
and Roy Morgan at Hampton apartments\: W. H. road. Diesel or gas; exper- PAINTSNEW FOR SALEShelled
The dictionary defines 'alligator turtle' as 'the common Baptist Church Friday night. Nollman. tfchu ience helpful but not necess- books gold Jewelry desks
snapping turtle and says it is 'esteemed for food. Congratuatlons to these ary. You can, earn over $4.50per *ugs, $1.00 up. Brown Kings.
FOR SALE Oak and hardwood ley Lake 533-2381. Itchy: or: Unshelled'
and hour niter short tabling.
---- Christian newlyweds may ITEMS
the Lord always guide their "strand for place. $10 .For appllcptlon! and interview FOR SALE-2 bedroom frame WHOLESALE RETAIL
path. A.B. and Katie Howard: Contact call 305-523-6464, or In city limitsof
WALL PAPER Jiouao.! 10 acres
Larry O'Neal at 864-6200.)( tfchg
of Starke visited us Wednesday write Safety Dept. UiUtedSys-. Starke. Private mrell. FPL. Pecans Cracked5c
Christmas Parade -- Saturday A. M. night. Saturday, my mother FOR SALE OR RENT-2 'bed. terns, Inc..:: 822 N. Fedt.alHighway Unpainted Furniture. Phone 964-7097. Make offer.

Cricket, Lou Miller, Beu- room frame, house! 271 S, Orange Fort I w derdale. lip lb.

........................................... lah Smith, Ruby Wolfe and LIllian St. Fire place. Kitchen Florida. 33304 --2tchg-12-10 Wood Graining Kit
Norwood helped with their FOR SALE 1967 Ford Falrlane C. R.
equlpt. Bob Lappe 473-4372
Bazaar In Melrose or FAST TV &: STEREO PS _Siarke BRADFORDe
Homemakers 782-3201 2tehg 12-10 K-80 Paint Remover 500"ith 4 Speed 300 equity
and It was a huge success. PAIR. Free pick-flip! city and assume, pmymerf' Cao| would like to thank every- WANTED limits. Dahir era Discount It
They CARPEN1'EItWORK Houses Washed Call 964-6580 ,
Tree F ,
llllhlh.sSdll.fudlllll I one who helped to mike It so. Additions Repairs tfchg -

Gu.rnlll.1, ,,, My brother Wayne was home New Construction.: Licensedfor WANTEDHouse fu'l'' of furniture Lawn Mowers For Rent GLOVER
for the weekend from Jacksonville ,.
contracting.-Carl j. Wile
cash. ..vahmer'rDiscount. !! SKYLINE 1971
: pay 102 EAST
and visited around. BROWNLEE
son 964-6691 Rt. 2, Box 76-A tfchy ELECTRIC
STANLEY LYONS guests were Alfred and Start. 4tp 12-10 STREET MOBILE HOME

., Corine Hudson, Buddy and 21" MOTOROLA color( TV con Complete Repair
Contract I'uinllny{ -- Merle Ellis and grandson Lamar 10 ACRES sole, like new. Dahmer'a Dis 12'x 60' ServiceWIRINGHEATING
Manning, of Gainesville, South 301 -Nice Frame Home
MACCIXNNY.: : ll.ORII( ).\ Jack and Floy Taylor of Apalachicola Many Outbuildings: Chain count. itfchg: 2 Bedroom $4 09

and Ronnie Waters of Link Fence $17,000 Call Bill 8-TRACK TAPES, $1 discount. FurnishedOLIN'S AIR CONDITIONING
Melrose. Powell BrokerSouthern Pahmcr's Discount tfchg VETINARY INJECTARLES
P. n. .., i I I'h1' ::!ifJ ;I nc1 I Otis Melton and I visited his Tetanus Toxold MOBILE 24 HOURS
mother, Mrs. Norms Melton Marine JOURNEY TO MECCA? Sleeping Sickness 964-8835
who is a patient in the Brad- IF BOOKS are on your list Distemper Hepatitis-LcptflComblotlo HOME SALES I
Friday Moved To GainesvilleNew for Xr.ias giving you may' well
........................................... ford afternoon County my Hospital.mother visited NamaGainesville Ibe glad you made the trip!, to ANDREWS DRUGS Starke Fla.-100 West

Mrs. Mellon and Mrs. Dorothy Gainesville! to sae books in
AN INDOOR-OUTDOOR SEASONIN Johnson In Bradford County MarineLYNN every field in every, su1.J; !ct, FOR SALE-1967 Ford Fair. Smith Plumbingand

THE SOUTH! Hospital and Mrs. Ida White- HAMILTON MGR In tea foreign Jangu'a' es. Best FOR RENT12' 'wide. 2 bedroom lane 500 xvitli 4 speed, $300
head in the Nursing Home. sellers, 75,000 paperbacks; etc. equity and ramme paymsnta.Pcod : Supply
a: Winter wears many faces in the South. Johnson Motors Cobra. Boats trailer outside city
PERSONALS cite. Many ;beautiful! books condition. Call 964-6i80.
Consider skiing on firm-packed snow in Marine Supplies limits. J. B. White, 964-6114.
and Mrs. Frasler and suitable for( gifts at much
the mountains of Tennessee .tracking Mr. 1030 E. University An. very tclayBARRETT WANTED-Partner ftrntrshlp ccj'J'Wlo Raiford Road
sons of Jacksonville spent reduced prices.
the woodlands of
winter game through cf Cessna-172. ContactC.
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville Florida Book Store, Inc. Phone 964.6023
Alabama and South Carolina. golf F. Eitsmnn: famed coastal resorts in Georgia and Daryl Barrows. WANTED LISTINGS Gainesville, Fla. ph. 376-6068 phone Waldo 468-1818. Itp
and water Mrs. D.W. Carpenter was a On Homes and Opposite: University Campus Contracting and Repairs
Mississippi fishing boating David Acreage. Buyers
and Mrs.
of Mr.
W skiing in the gentle clime of Florida. And, guest Reid in Jacksonville Wednes- Waiting Strout Realty Ref. FOR SALE: 16' ftberglasSpan) Water Conditioning Plumbing Fixtures

anywhere and everywhere in the satisfy. day and Thursday. While there, Broker 2117 'N. Temple Are. America boat, 50 h.p Mercury and Pump Co. PUMPSNEW Water Healers
ing South, the contentment of companionship they attended the Salvation Ph. 64-6B09 Starve Fly "500" with bronze propeller. Water Pumps

beside a crackling fire. Army Doll Show. For all Real Estate- !Motor has had very little running 130 Court Street
It's a pleasant scene. And your friendsin Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hllllard Exchange time. $650.00.. Coll 964- Phone 964.3832PLUMBING
Needs Buy Sell -
the brewing industry are a part of it all were In Valdosta, Ga. visitingher 5240 after 5 p.m. Itchy
contributing to t the economy through mother: last week. Appraisals. Expert SALES
local payrolls local purchases and local Mr. and Mrs. Tom !Norwoodwere Advice on all Real LOSTBrown Purse Vicinity PARTS Small Appliance
taxes. .supporting local law enforcement in Jacksonville Christmas: Estate Problem Call week. BILL POWELL Nov. 25, REWARD Ned valuable Water Conditionersand
.encouraging everyone to "Keep shopping last Deep and Shallow Wells
America Beautiful" in every season There doesn't seem to be Reg. Real Estate Broker papers. Sissy Long P. Pumps Water Softeners and
much news this week, so I Phone 964-6464 O. Box 99. Stark-g: ttchg WELL DRILLING Phone 7823667Ton
we will see you again Starke Plaza Starke Sales and Rentals FillersPlumbing
P O Bo. 273 Winter Park Fla 32789 next week... Ucbf Supplies *1er.e.! Mixers., Fans.
@ 'bedroom concrete block: house Repair Department Iron. Henters. and
on corner let with all city 21 Hour ServiceA. EXPERT SERVICE ON Electric Hand Tools.

z My Neighbors filer Brown fac11th and es low. Low mcnthly dcwn payments.payment: ALL MAKES 4trn! )

Phone !If4.! .)!it2. 2t<-hll' 12-10 J. Thomas, Registered Real PHONE 9647061DURRANCE
Estate Broker. Specializing In
\ !! FOR SALE New ,brick, 3 Appraisals: for Estates Individuals
tZl1l 1IIIIII'TO'V 'bedroom 2 baths, living room, art Corporate Owners. PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
dining room, family room. Alto !rrw.e-rl: real estate:: ''bus
olk.wag n FHA or Conventional, Financ iness. Thirty Years experience SEARSHas
( ing. Contact Buford M tchell, .in Florida land: matters. Tel.
New 4t Used t.O) Phone 96 -67GO. P.O. Box 238, 964-5701. St'rko. FlJrida tf chr NOTICEStarke Everthing
Sales Service Starhf. tfchg
'WI FREE Kittens. Phone 964- and Keystone

1 MI. North of Tire Mall INSURANCEAT 6575. TP Heights area Customers STARKEPhone
REDUCE safe and fast with
DOYLE E. CONNER OoBese Tablets and E-Vap Hastings Mattressand
INSURANCE AGENCY "water' pills" Andrews Drugs.
telig 4tp 1217FOR

"Forjrot to mention it, but BEGGS SALE Northern BobWhite 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA .

he absolutely. detests. people BAIRD quail select breeders,
that look! like! your husband!I" Gulf ServiceUSED also Tennessee! Reds &!Blonde

........................................ PARTS Mobile Homes Cortunlx & Button.E. R. Bow Is Open Again SEWINGMACHINE
NEW and USED ers, Rt, 1 Box 206. Branford,
rQQ-.. _...*. .._--- .'"''''.'''.. ''''''.."''''. ''''''''''''''I Top Prices for Wrecked Car Fla. 32008 Ph. 933-2183. FURNITURE

21 Hour Wrecker Service 810.12 Wide Stern,? 1-28 Repaired Refinished
: -- Fuel Oil Re-upholstered
Good Quality JUST IN time for Christmas PFAFF NECCHI
Used Cars Reasonably Priced -Weaned and< baby: calves- NEW MATTRESSES NEW HOME- UNIVERSAl
Hwy 101) N. Waldo Gainesville Healthy' and lovable' $35 and $49.50
Islington'sFOR 378-2785 up. Call Triple R Ranch, 481- up
jJfflh1 Serviced, Guaranteed and
2138,-Island] Grove. 3tchtr 12-24
Delivered la Starke Area Call Collect 328-2144 OTHER MAKE AAACHINCSNATIONAL

FOR SEWING MACHINE- Cleaned ITS 441 N. 4502 NW 13th half terrier. Free to good
I oiled! and adjusted !In your home. Phone 9fi4-5832. ltchg 611 VV.UNIV.AVI.
I home, $3.00. Vacuum cleanerrepairs IF WE DON'T HAVE IT

And Portrait, P/iofo/ !!:r( //j/iv, I also. All work guarantee POSTED SIGNS: Treated to FOR RENTFurn1l'hed small we'll let it for you.. Off,1t 378-1395
ed. Dennis E. Cogging. Phone withstand "eather200 eaoh, 2 bedroom! house: $65.00 month. Supplies, Furniture
... 'I 431-1428. tfeTXT $2.25 doz. Special price on larger 424 W. Jefferson. Call Melrose ment. Bradford County
-- -- quantities. Bradford County
FOR RENT One trailer
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---------------------1 I I shed; one mechanic. shop; onewarehouse WATER :FRONT PROPERTY .
Jewelry I on: 301 South of On Crosby Lnke &Crosby Lake .
11 i Gift t I Starke. Call Mutual Lumber Inlet. Ideal: For" Mobile Homes
) Lie. 964-7490 8 a.m. ,to 4 p.m. Summer Cottage Or Year- i We Repair
I oo tfchg Round Living.All i

Dept. Dept. i Dept. i I11; I SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic! Graded Lots! Ready& Leveled To Go-Cleared See Them AtBradford --2

II Letter, all sizes colors. Perm- Priced From 99500. Financing TYPEWRITERS
anent, for i
use on wood, glass Available. Call 964-7701. County
CAMERAS plastic, paper, metal, leather I .
PROJECTORSAND Large Selection i Telegraph tf cleaning &: spreading: Call W. ADDING MACHINES Telegraph :
TAPERECORDERS Greeting Cards"Moritaka" I A. Previtt.! 4fi8-iq83. 4tp 12-ltt .

Jewelry For I China"Fenton" I WATSON'S FOR SALE: Treated end u.. CALCULATORS PHONE 964.6305Get'em ( i

FOR SALE OR RENT Ladies and Gents : House of Vacuum treated pin ands: cypress lumber .
F Art Glass random width and: lenj:'h. .. I

Fresh Film and Tape WATCHES BIBLES I Silverware Many brands of :new vacuum Creosote:! polss, railroad cross
I $3900 up. Used machines from tiles! 1" black:< :: pIpe for weldIng Last!
While >
Plastic: LaminatingFilm BILLFOLDS RADIOS : Picture Framing I $10. Expert Repairs all make various shop equipment.t :
I Parts and Accessories for all welders etc. Mutual l Lumber:! : :
Developed I vacuums. Built !In Central vac Company, Inc. 6 miles scuth Used
uum cleaning systems. 712 N. on 301. Phone. 9647490. Call Typewriters$45 !
., Main: Gainesville 376.7110 between 8:00 A.M. and 4:00:

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