Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 30, 1972
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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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No. 18 Thursday, November 30, 1972 Copy ,


Consideration .. .

More Bids Asked I,

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Requested In SII i,

Political Fight: On New Engine

Zedra Hamilton, former county commissioner :

pleaded no contest to charges .' .. For Power Plant

of assault and battery in Bradford County

Trial session Wednesday Judge Ther-

on Yawn presiding. i
i. ( .. I ,tif'' '
'N' ,
,. )' Council
Hamilton, along with his son, ", \, \ '" 'Ii
nesday afternoon. !/ '-\.' "
Jimmy and Tommy, werecharged Connie A. Creamer was .. ,"1\\' City Resubmits '

with assaulting a local charged with petty larceny.The ,' :: <, ,: Moves
Insurance: man. Bill Dodd, on Judge directed a verdict of ac- "
i courthouse grounds lOOn after quttal, on motion to that effect "

first primary election returns by defense attorney Gene Shaw, Bids
had been tabulated the nightof after Sanders had completed ; On Third Again

Sept. 12. The Incident apparently the state's case. *

stemmed .from the .Penrlle B. Albert was tried

I, campaign In which Hamilton (S.. Peg 10)) ti. .r + Moving further ahead -
was defeated In a bid for reelection cta I JC Police VehicleStarke
to the District S seat to purchase

, by local.contractor,Dave ra 1k. r l ly more electric gen-

' The plea was entered, defense OfficeSpace City Council decidedto the road right-of-way i and the erating capacity for

attorney Gene Shaw asked y re-submit bids for a new sign he Is talking about Is Stark, the. City
the 'court to take the circumstances police car, after changing requirements only 12. He said the sign( Is
of the case into consideration of the car froma in violation of the law, and Counoil passed unanimously -

'I and asked that Ms 117 Inch wheel base to a 120 that as a city taxpayer, he last,.Tuesday -
I client be placed under proba- Inch, last Tuesday night, .Nov. was asking the council to do night Councilman
I tion. 21. something about It.
Zoning Nell Tucker's motionto
Council Chairman Jimmy
Yawn ordered a pre-sentence This is to put the cars Ina '
,Investigation McRae said teat the City of call for bids .
withholding adjudication standard car range. The 117 on anew
of guilt. : Inch wheel base can be classified Gainesville .is in the process. -
plant en-
Charges against Jimmy and OkayedIn CII.i. .H.. as a' compact or inter- (See Page 9)) power'

Tommy Hamilton were dropped p," mediate size car. Also specified gine.
' by the order of the court after Is a 350 cubic Inch engine also' ..recommended
County Prosecutor Elzle Sanders an unusually quiet and "it and heavy duty shock ab Tucker ,
brief local ftnanclaJIn.titutions'
of StarkeYouth checking
meeting the Bradford
moved that the court do -,'., sorbers. ,
of financing
County Zoning Board Tuesday for means
Co-owner of the Dairy Queenon the new engine' By doing I
so.Three night, Gene Adams was given ,3' ,
defendants were acquitted North US-301, Carl Lamar
permission to advertise for re- he said. tile city may be ableto
on misdemeanor char- Johns, protested to the councilon
zoning of save an appreciable amountof
property on Highway
IIndlvidua'M11ybefore Bradford 21, between Keystone Heightsand the erection of a sign on money, compared to floating
the corner of Davis Street and
another bond Issue.It .
Melrose. from R1C ( .
County Judge Thcron Yawnin rest.dential US-301, which he said blocks
county court session Wed- BR with mobile homes) to,' "' ''f' off the view of northbound traf- Dies In Is the second time In two
(retail sales and servlc1t''tho years the Starke city council
J( t nC'I' .

;c-L..p: : IVCaught h : .. ,'I, ?.. .Ioo(, w, ..... rezoned "':- JBBW > tII.t1T\; \_!' '"- ,M1 J, :Johrui'4aM.e/{ ., U sunposetf -*,.: 'I,; '" .:, hasmovedwto'to, purchase.anew, .. ,*
"MUfcU 'MlttlBJUjteJr generator' supplement the w
property is .. : to 1, n!> Teet back from \\ kJ"
: I., ... ,power ,.planty, ,7.490) kilowatt
2. Minors 'Adams-told to construct the board a building he planned with .'":1iIo.'t'J ? .WJ./ r.\fef,4#,% peak' capacity;" The city's flrm
/1\ 1
100-foot frontage on SK-21. The .>! ,-:' < ; ;,," j- y Michael Dwalne Klein 18, of capacity KW minus the largest
: ,
' InRobberies engines= Is 5.740 KW.
building would be divided Into -? A 2 Seek Starke, died as a result of &lower
demand, at time this
five 20-foot spaces which would injuries received when the car
be rented for use as small Mrs. Hazel Bitch, building committee chairman, hold BIP'Award, plaque received Monday he was driving went out of con- summer has been In excess of

retail businesses and professional and displays the cornerstone of Storke's first organized tchoolV The present Woman's. Club LawteyOffices trol on a curve of State Road 6,600 KW( meaning the plant
offices, Adams said. and that old school are on. and the same.Woman's. 225 in the north edge of Ala- would be In trouble if the large,
but newest engine, Worthington
chua County about 1.30:
Two Starke minors robbed a.m.
The property Involved Is located went down.
two local businesses last -at the southwest corner Wednesday. Added to that !Is the fact the
Thursday taking over $150 In of the Intersection of SR-21 According to Trooper R.L.. plant operated much of this yearon
goods from the Tip Top Bakery and 21-B and measures about Hunter Klein's 1962 ford was ,diesel fuel, less efficient
on N. Temple Avenue and the 300 by 400 feet. It lies Just In an off-year election two traveling east on 225 (the than naturaleu.
Martin Tackle Co. on Little south of Faith Presbyterian Club city councilmen will be elected Louise road) about 8.6 miles _Tucker reported Tuesday

Lake Bedford. Church.In next Tuesday Dec. 5, In Law- northwest of Waldo, and fail- night he and Councilman Oils

Martin Tackle Co.was broken other action Tuesday, the toy In what Is termed so far ed to negotiate a curve, swerving Wiggins met recently with the
Into by the minors whore later board approved its own petition as a mighty quiet election. off the south edge of the city's; electrical engineers,
Policeman' to rezone a 30-35 acre ( ) road and traveling 450 feet before Fred Wilson and Associates:
caught by Starke Croup 2 Incumbent OE. Gene
tract In Section I8. starting Impact with power pole. Jacksonville, on the Impending
Scotty,,Rhoden and took bicycle Pearson Is seeking his fourth
locks;. a radio, sunglasses,. about 500 feet west of U.S. Has two-year term on the council. The car swung around the pole, shortage of power. It was decided -
knives, hatchetts, a bow and 301, behind the Palmer Williams LongHistory He is challenged by Robert E. striking a tree with its right, Tucker said, that step
residence; and 'a strip rear side, and continued turning should be taken Immediately.
arrows, bullets, and machettes who ran unsuccessfully for
east of 301, between the highway until coming to rest on its He said
totaling $147.30. mayor last year. the engineers advised -
Tip Top Bakery missed only and the railroad, startingat Former Councilman RichardE. top. The youth was dead by that the specifications drawnup
a fruit cake amounting to$6.20, the north city limits of Starke. Bradford Count's second be of more use at home work- E. K. Perryman remember attending (Eugene) Starling, a Lawtey the time assistance arrived at In 1971 when bids were taken
according to Myrtice Conway, and extending three miles north. high school Is now a thing of Ing in her always nicely kept school there. Others businessman and Walter T. the scene. but not let for a new engine,
These parcels were rezoned the past but its first high school I yard on East Call Street than remember it
as the Woman's
who reported the robbery to police Smith, retired, are seeking the Klein could be used on a generator
Young It the of Mr.
from EA (exclusive agricultural which now Is the Starke Woman's on the Woman's Club's building Club, the scene of high son rated
Friday morning. David many Group 4 seat being vacated by and James W. Klein from 2,500 to 3,350 KW.
) allowing mobile homes on Club, Is "alive" and program,' Mrs. Ritch vowed to school parties, and dIn- operators
Harold Martin reported the rob oyster Councilman Spurgeon Massey, The council has In mind a3,000KW
of the Temple Motel in Starke
bery for die tackle store. 2-1/2 acres, to OR (open rural) going strong.In get the building program mowing ners of the 1920's. whose job with Winn-Dixie in and was employed at Owen, range engine '

Starke Patrolman Julius Eunice allowing mobile homes on one fact, the old school on or go rake ords. But the building began backIn Jacksonville makes it difficult Joist Co.Besides. Bids were taken In early 1971 i;

assisted In the Investigation acre.. the corner of Walnut and Jef- Funds were borrowed from 1877 as the first institution to attend meetings. his parents he Is survived on a 3,000 KW unit The council
The board denied a requestof ferson Streets and sandwiched First Federal bids taken and which can be considered as served '
of the two robberies. Starling one term on by one sister, Mrs.Katherine Intended then to float another
The boys robbed the Tip Top Ralph Vaughan of !Hampton, between the First Methodist the work began, Mrs. Hitch a "public school." the council some years ago, Klein Jenkins, also of bond issue to
Store sometime Thursday and representing his daughter, its.Evelyn Church and the Florida Bankat said.' The remodeling has taken The building began back in then did not seek re-election. Starke. gine, but \
took the goods from Martin Powell, for rezoning 1.8 Starke Is now ready for most of a sear and a 1877 the first Institution which Smith Is the father of Milo Funeral services will be heldIn McRae along with
Tackle from. 3-5 p.m. on the acres on S. 301 south of yet another era on Its existence good bit of a good many peo- can be considered .a "public Smith, a former councilmanand Jones Memorial Chapel at councilman, Billy

same daj.CELEBRATE,. Starke two or to more permit mobile Die locationof homeson In Its 96th year.Mrconditioning ple's time, :Mrs. Hitch ears, school." It was the old Starke present Lawtey business II a.m. Friday with Rev. JamesT. Jimmy Bowen,

the property. The board and central including her own. Male and Female Institute. Comer man. Brock, of the First Baptist because they' I

advised :'tlr.'aughan that the heat have Just been Installedby Now the old building stands L. Peek moved to Starke I Mayor Charles Shuford,Clerk Church, officiating. Intermentwill bond Issue.

minimum requirement for mo- the Woman's Club. The old proudly again. It's hard I)' recognizable from Green Cove Springs, Ethel Reddish, Marshall M.M. follow in Crosby .Lake Councilmen Nell -
Jlt} 1IIrnmt Gtrirr bile homes In any classification building has been painted, repaired as a former school, where he had taught a short Jordan and three councilman Cemetery One Wiggins _
a new roof while after moving to Florida Mrs. Barbara Jordan, Marvin 1971 to ahead
is one acre, so it wouldbe put on, but some local residents, such go
had Its floors from Boston, Ga. lie becamethe Rosier, and Robert Scott are Issue to
sanded and purchase
impossible to locate more varnished as '\. Thomas', Sr. and :Mrs
than and has been endr'b'paneled first principal of the Starke currently going into the second gine.
i' one on a 1.8 acre plot.
of .
Inside. Institute year two year terms.Polls Earlier this

Trustees of the Institute were will be open In Lawtey Youth cil was offered a
The Woman's Club was recognized from 7 am. to 7 p.m. Tues
Record Capt. J. C. Richard (See arti- housed In British
'Ceramics Monday by the Star ke- cle on this week's editorial day. Absentee bal'ots will be about $225,000.
Bradford County Chamber of page- )Editor), L, C. Hull, Co- available prior to the election. Hit ByTruck September 21 the :
Commerce. Com-
v f Way Building ShopRobbed mer L. Peek, J. Ellery Davis, Approximately 375 voters are used Unit under
mittee Chairman Mrs Hazel 5
qualified for the
:1.:V' and John Hull. But on November 9
The Ceremlc program con- Ritch accepted the Bradford election. nixed the used
ducted by the Starke Recreation Improvement Award from BIP In 1883 Prof. Peek was offering Informed
Committee Chairman John Sanders "Classical and Scientific gineers
Department meets three sessions '
weekly at the old and Chamber Executive Items valued at $548 were Courses, French and :Music New Timmy Eiland, 19-year-old It did not appear
.. with two evening sessions and John Myers. stolen from Stuff 'N fhings on Preparatory' Department Hardy Hampton youth, was released purchase after d
LIFE a morning session. The ,club's entire member-' West Call Street In Starke with tuition of $5, $6, and S8 from Alachua General Hospital and Inspection of
ship voted to borrow money sometime during Monday night per quarter of ten weeks "ac-, CD Chief early this week after being tenance logs.Council 9).u
Evening classes meet on:Monday for the refurbl.hlneIn.. : or Tuesday morning, accordingto cording ,to grade" Music per confined with a broken leg members ,'I

Musical and Tuesday 7-10 P.m. and Bitch, with only three dissenting the Starke Police Department quarter of 10 weeks was $10. Charles Hardy of Starke has sustained when'a truck struck engineers traveled i
the morning class Is held him Nov 17 US-301 In Columbia to
By on votes. In addition the Institute offered been named Civil Defense Director on
Wednesday 9 noon.. ,Deciding last year she would No traces of forcible entry the services of Rev W m. for Bradford County, effective Starke. unit.Tucker's motion t
:Moret CM.E.C.) late of :Mmes,
First Baptist were found according to investigating Dec.mber"1 County; A truck driven by Thomas day to again call
France as Classical Tutor.
Patrolman Clerk Clb Brown announced
f Scotty Students advised that Fred Foster, Sr.. Jacksonville, new engine was
.Church Choirs Annual Christmas ParadeS Rhoden. Police theorized the were yesterday. Councilman
ran off the northbound lane of
board could be obtained with,
Dec. 10.11 thieves must have been inside Hardy was approved by the L'S-301 near the Dairy QueenIn proved
I the store when It closed Monday S.. 10)) County Commission from a- Councilman
Dec. 9 ( Page Starke, struck a parked,
Saturday night. Identification of applicants for the
mong seven Vernon Silcox
: unoccuppled owned Harvey
: car by
:, 7:30 -
-1"/- : p.m. Items stolen has not been re $7,200 a year Job and the Smith, then struck Eiland Schaefer voting
Sunday, Monday Starke's annual Christmas parade, distributing candy to leased. appointment was referred to the as he stood In the parking lane Bids will be
Chamber sponsored by youngsters. Two bands, the Stuff 'N Things Is a record Longer Shopping State Department of Civil Defense of the northbound side of the coed meeting In
of Commerce. Is Just Bradford High School and the shop and book store housedIn Set For ChristmasMost In Tallahassee for final four-laned highway.
-= eIiiIIJr third Tuesday In the)
a week away. on Saturday, Dec. Union County High School the former Alvarez ClothIng approval, which was received

(m!:mmunily 9. at 10:30 ajn. marching bands, will be In the Store on Call Cay area businesses will Tuesday\ a letter from G.R. Eiland was taken 'to Bradford "We all know .. )
Nine parade ted by the Bradford Library be open the two Wednesday Robinson, State Director of Cly- County Hospital then power at the light
entries Including six .
6tat $lank Building Committee, the U Defense. transferred to Alachua GeneralIn
afternoons preceding Christmas.
floats, had been received: at Floats will be entered' by the Question Is how
the chamber: office Wednesday PIne Level Baptist Church. Junior shop is a non-profit enterpriseto Dec. 13 and 20, the Cham- Hardy succeeds former county Gainesville. nance It," said
.. raise funds for the construction ber announced Wednesday. ; CD chief Frank Williams,. Foster was charged with Rae. Idea
a..w Nes .. t.7 morning. But the chamber would Girl Scout: Troop 448 of under
T. smm.b like more entries. Including Ralford. Ladles Auxiliary of .'' of a. new Bradford County; Store. will also remain open who resigned to run successfully careless. driving and causing an Is for the city to
r..... D._ u.-c.: ,. novelties the Hampton Volunteer Fire .Library. until _0 p.m. on Thursday and for the District 25 seat accident by Assistant Police substantial down
an antique) cars., The cue Is under Investigation Friday, Dec. 21 and 22, before In the Florida House of Rep Chief DID Chambers, and fined

Santa Claus will headline !the (See Page 10)) by,the Police Department. Christinas. resentatives. 936 In city court. (Se P.,. )

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Tomato "Rose" Garnishes Shower Given Evelyn Sinclair
Methodist ChurchTo Ladies Golf Assn.

Be Setting For Elects Officers; Fresh Vegetable Salad For Debbie GreenMiss Named 'Best PledgeEvelyn ( e-'J A nt)4dikac : .

Triple WeddingThe Debbie Green, a Jan. Sinclair, daughter of n,

The second organizational Ladles Association < 1! 27 bride-elect, was compli- Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, E. Call When making pam'''ke.. dip the spoon in milk or water and
First United Methodist meeting of the :. .- mented at a bridal shower Tues- Street, was chosen by the Chap- the batter will drop off easily. Here's a similar Idea for
Golf and )
of the Starke
day night given by Mrs. Gary ter of Alpha Delta PI Sororityas cake. knife in hot water before spreading the
Church will be the setting for Country Club held Monday icing a Dip the __ ___
was n
Coleman, Mrs. George Smith "Best Pledge". She was i icing. The icing! will K on
a triple wedding on Saturday,
night, Nov. 6. and Mrs. Charles Schmitt at presented: an engraved plaqueat I smooth .and not tick to the ing for picnic, use plastic
Jan. 20 at 7 for the following -
p.m. The following officers were, 7. knife. food wrap with "Touch Con
the home of the latter the Initiation
aLike on Cherry Banquet by
three couples: u control-added
trol" The new
June small
elected to serve through Street. the Pledge Trainer Ca- Cleaning tip: A
of to Handi-Wrap brand plastic
attached the end
73: Mrs.BrlanllamlltDn, president to .
Miss Mary Ann Smith,daugh- A yellow and floral sponge din "
green yardstick in for reaching wrap. increase its ,
Jackson rey.Evelyn a
'ter of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smithof ; Mrs. Sidney arrangement graced the coffee received the award hard-to-) nearly 00%. yet: make it easyto
Lawtey.will become the bride vice-president; Mrs. Marlon table In the living room. due to her enthusiasm, hard clean spot handle. The wrap keep'
of David Michael son of Harrington, secretary} and The refreshment table was work and outstanding contributions such as under food fresh and. unlike bags. 1*
Mrs. Ray Rosier Scot awtey. Mrs. Wayne, Douglas, treas- overlaid with a lace cloth and to the sorority. and easily. adaptable to any shape.
Miss Smith will be a 1973 urer. was centered with an arrange- aroundheavy I'u School tip: On rainy days,
The alms of the association hooks covered with pla..tit'Iwrap
of BUS. Mr. Scott of appliance -
ment Mrs.
graduate roses.
of BUS. will be to plan monthly activities Coleman UDC Sets Annual *., 1fj' / will stay dry.
Is a 1967 graduate for the families of club presided at the punch Try waxing \\4 When browning ground beef
'\11 i bowl. for chili or spaghetti
a sauce
Miss Linda Joan Starling members.-' Plans are already Christmas yourduit- .
Games with prizes were en- .Party pan. Dirt/ the meat ran n* easily separated
daughter of Mrs. Pearl Starling underway for a Christmas par- between the hours 7:30: will slide off easily. when with a potato masher.
of Lawtey will become tile bride ty for-ttie children and the NewYeare (sand 9 o'clock. The W.T. Weeks chapter dumping.When For a different flavor
Charles H. Smith son Eve dance, to be held' treat thin cheese
of Sgt. The 50 guests Included Mrs. UDC, will hold their annual onions are peeled under use a
and Mrs. Milo Smith Saturday night Doe'30. ""* place of butter or margarine -
of Mr. Inman Green, mother of the Christmas luncheon Wednesday water they won't irritate
Regular monthly meetings the Salt on sandwiches. Completethe
of Lawtey. eyes seasoning
honoree and Mrs. Otis For-
Miss. Starling Is a 1968 graduate have been set for the first to vary tho way fresh vegetables are served at Dec. 6 at 12 noon at the spires' ., flour and solids should .sandwich with any filling
Fresh syth of Hampton, mother of the Holiday Inn.Hostesses. wish. .
of BHS. Monday night of each monthat house? Try them cooked and chilled for a change 'A all be measured. "level" reci you
Green Bean bridegroomtobe.The will be Mrs. Curtis .. of bread in the Try this for tenderizing
Smith Is 1969 graduateof 8 at the club house and Vegetable Salad i i. full of zip and vitamins i il"| A slice
Sgt. a p.m. to those hostesses presented the Sanders Mrs. Elzle cookie will keep (chicken. Rub the inside and
at the with a great way enjoy vegetable in a tidy, quick dish. The jar help "
BHS and Is stationed the next meeting being secret is to cook the potatoes and green bean ahead, blend two mothers and honoree withcorsages Sanders, Mrs Johnny Barrett* homemade cookies fresh. outside with lemon juice be.i
Air Force Base In Tampa. Dec. 4. them with crisp mew vegetables such as celery and fresh and also gave Miss and Mrs James Stroud. Mem- Change the bread about everyother fore rook'ing.
All wives of club membersare onion, and mayonnaise: To fa ihion the colorful tomato "rose" Green day.Saving On
Miss Margaret Ann Smith, a spray steam Iron as a bers are asked to make reservations .
cordially invited to attend that decorate the salad are direction that follow. memento of the occasion. tip: Put your "hosechange" the subjectof
of Mr. and Mrs. Mllo with Mrs. Barrett. lemon
daughter\ these meetings and Join the Cm-it Beun and Vegetable Sulud in a jar or hank at
R. SmIth of Lawtey,will becomethe Ladles Association. 533-2236. the end of each day. You'll be Juice: heat-
bride of David William Albert 2 cups cold cooked fresh VA teaspoons salt Garden Club surprised. how fast. it adds. up. Ins; lemon
of Mr.and Mrs.Charlie green beans 14 teaspoon pepper Try putting chocolate 'a before using
Moses Albert of Jackson Shower Given 2 cups diced cold cooked yt cup mayonnaise Meets A t Lake KingBrownWedding .sauce on 'ereal-hot or cold.Kids can double
love the flavor. the' quan
chopped Leettuceomatowedges I.J
2 cups Date Set .
ville. celery '
Puppy advice: Glue a rubber tity of juice.
Miss. Smith will be a 1973 For Marlys Hansen_ Va cup chopped fresh onion .A demonstration on making fruit j jar ring/ to the bottom For a very tasty chocolate
graduate of Bus. Brideelect.Miss / Combine all ingredients except lettuce and tomato in bowl. Christmas arrangements and Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Kingof of Fido's eating and drinking add a tablespoon of
Mr. Albert Is a 1970 graduate t. Mix lightly. Serve on Mtuce. Garnish with tomato wedge. wreaths was presented by Larry Lawtey announce the approaching dishes. The dishes won't .slide lro.tinlfb' utter.
Of Rlbault High School: In Jack- 1 o make a tomato rose a* shown in photograph, cut peel from Williams at the Starke Garden marriage of their around the floor. To hake ,Qredit( cards: Keep a separate -
sonville. Marl ,' Anent whose tomato thinly and carefully in a single trip, then wind peeling Club meeting Monday night at daughter, Patricia Bonzola potatoes in a hurry first bOIl I list of all your credit
All friends and relatives are marriage to Donald Harris will in spiral to make a roHo. Fasten with wooden pick and refrigerate the home of Mrs. James Black- to Willie Junior Brown, son of minutes .salted water for 10 card, complete with serial
Invited to attend the wedding, be an event of Dec. 30, was without pick for a few hour until tomato rose holds this shape shear at KIngsley Lake. Mrs. Catherine Cromlty of heats the. The boiling/ water number, in a cafe place (not

and reception following' In the honored at a bridal shower Makes: 0 servings The hostess served refresh Lawtey. rapidly potatoes than when throughmore they/ carried with the card!). This
Hall. last Friday night given by Mrs. The wedding will take place ,way. if the card are lost or
Fellowship ----------- -------------- ments to the 15 members and are placed in the oven cold.
Rodney Hansen and Mrs. Bet- guests at the close of the pro- Dec. 9 at 5 p.m. at the homeof Whether storing leftover stolen you'll have an.immediate -
ty Ratcliffe at the home of Mrs. the bride's parents. making-up lunches or prepare record.
ADK Members Melissa JacksonHas Birthday Party \. gram. "
Dell Smith on Ellington Road. The Dec. 11 meeting will be All friends and relatives are

Display Crafts The refreshment table was Birthday Party For Gina Shaw; held at''the home I; of Mrs. A. invited to attend. Morris
covered a _hallmark Russell Norman at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Hansen
white and dryer" wedding bell IOn, Don, and daughter Carol, and daughter Miss Marlys Hansen -
Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha cloth, and centered with a blue Little Melissa Jackson cele- Gina Shaw celebrated her Mr. and Mrs. JeffreyJackson and Mike Hanks spent Thanksgiving of Elroy Wls., were last
Delta Kappa sorority held and white wedding bell. FlankIng brated her sixth birthday Fri- fourth birthday Wednesday Mrs. Pearl Colaon Is visiting spent the weekend at Disney day with Mrs. G.E. McCauley ,week guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
day afternoon when her mother, afternoon of last week when friends In Jacksonville this Hansen.
its monthly meeting on Monday, the centerpiece were white World. In Palatk Rodney
Nov. 20, at the home of Mrs. tapers In white chndle holders. Mrs. Marc Jackson, gave a her mother Mrs. Gene Shaw, 'week.

Earl Searing. Mrs. Hansen presided at the party for her .and ten little gave a party for her and six ."' -L.J ". _\&.
During the business session, punch bowl. friends at 'their home on W. little girl friends.
conducted by the president, Games were played and prizes Pratt Street. Colored balloons were hung
Mrs. M.A. Payne, the revised awarded to Miss Johanna The refreshment table was over the refreshment table
by-laws were accepted. Plans Fowler and Mrs/ Jeff .West. covered with a Happy Birth- which was covered with ablrth-
were made for the Christmas Mrs. W.M. Harris won the door day cloth and centered with a day; party cloth and centered
party.Mrs.; I prize.KJ i ballerina cake. Balloons hung with a two-tiered birthday cake.
R.S. Mulllns gave brief The hostesses presented the from the ceiling over the table. The youngsters were given
reviews of Colonial Living and honoree with a portable mixer The mothers assisted Mrs. favors of birthday hats,'candy r A Gift From
The Foxfire'I Book. Members as a memento of the occasion. Jackson with the games and and books. They played pln-

displayed, and gj>interesting, -Tbe> 15 guests Included..Mjrs.Voftrta {asryjngof r>> e-t.1Il..Qn the donkey. JI-j i1 tr,: B v-r1 sl 7 um'; u tail to vphno rdnnul'
bits. of Information\\about I ia { : $ W.1s.m"bth'et .Among thosi* attending were V.!,- ,rs.Shaw was /assisted by 31:1 :r -i. v' .wttr hnnd .
enJtXr ,
; } : ? r fed lvtitawd slaJ ratnUl r (t ; 1 r h :'
1 Y e '
t i4
various typesvpf old American of th4" 1\eandMr.. Mlissa'erTgrandparerttsV I, Mr.and.'Mrs. \ r"lper I mother, .Nlt slR.: :WM 1- d jf i'U' a ao I a trnlal rqt.+ 'ii e ed; :'ter" ,'.I'/M,, ..I 1
handicrafts such crochet H.E. Smith, and wright and Myi.- FJ,151iaw.( x.+11 1 ,+ \J'rl: 1
u >A .MJ Harris, .jmHhjsr. (>,dt9, greatgrandmother 1 'qla' 1oob l tam ..." vlO.. ;_ '." :
drawnwork, tatting, and quilts bridegroom-elect. Mrs; Wily 1 i "
Some items were known to be of Williston.
ISO years old. Skating Party "I. Ot f Love .

At the close of the program, Mrs. R.O. l Uansby and daugh- For Lisa Alvarez .,;;:
Mrs. Searing and Mrs. Bert ter, Mrs. ll &ne,Wall and son, Birthday Party'For .A, bn gzr. .

Dyal served refreshments to Steve, visited Mrs Marvin Andrews Donna Thornton ,< ,
the members and special in Ozark, Ala. Thursdayto Mrs. Harold Alvarez gave a : : ;i "

guest Sunday. skating party Saturday after- : .
Mrs. Donald Thornton enter- noon for her daughter Lisa, ::-,- \:> ;: ,

Mn"'sr ls. tained at a party last Friday on her eighth birthday at the ','.'

afternoon at Strickland's Land- Lawtey Skating Rink. ,.. .
; '\ ,. ,li1' ,
Terry Walters ing for her daughter, Donna, The 12 girls and boys attending ) :'
who was celebrating her sixth enjoyed skating, birth- "', l '" "
; .
: I iota.\ '
1 birthday. day cake and soft.drinks. at the i, .,' I, "'J.Ii .
PHOTOGRAPHERS + The Raggedy Ann"theme was rink.Mrs.. Alvarez was assistedby ': '';1 1\\!.'( ",.
carried out In the table ap Mrs. Gregory Alvarez and ., ..r'.1"'. "
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pointments.The Miss Alma Thompson. f ; -
sr. >
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Creative Weddings i. I'4 I .I l'4', f. I .*9h''
t, :hn ,
15 children and mothers ; / cM.: n >pt J" 'I 1" "i:_, '
Casual Portraits enjoyed a hamburger fry and Shower Given t; n l ,, I vy". ;r t,.,F 1;
r. games during the party hours. : i ,/ ., ,
Locally Licensed The youngsters were also given For Janice AlvarezA / 1 I ,) ..,1. ,.1 "' ;\ ".. ,..'
_'I' .' -" ','
Satisfaction Guaranteed parly; favors. .. ; ; ."
n' bridal shower was held .;. .,'1 /'"( ,,.;-e "
of Among those attending were Monday night for Miss Janice .
Call 964.8661
(Daytime) \ '" 'I'"E' '
and Mrs.
Mrs. Ellis Thornton Alvarez, whose marriage to \ .
Or 378-0414 Collect F.J. Strickland, grandmothers., .' ... ." .
Harvey Smith of Starke will take i' '
After' and Mrs.Marlon Moyer ofJ ack- ....;, I .' {; "
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Gainesville '
( ) 5 P.M. place on Saturday, Dec. 9, at "T : .!l'I ;
*.. ...tft-.1fr..*. .tA- Bonvllle and Mrs. Minnie Mar- 8 o'clock at the Pine Level ., 'I" .t\ ,"" 1: '"I" .,in.... .
giny, great-grandmothers. Baptist Church. '," '-. -. I
-C; Olor--icheme of blue and I'1''* '- "..
"'jo I :'; ,
JUJtXJL .t.LIJUUJLft.tJLIJULtJULIJ 8 t 81 t tin m mm o OB o
tjot JUUUiJUUUUU !r yellow was used In decorating, dt9.0 O v"o.jf It! ';.-AJiy: y,:: .
and enjoyed during .
games were 0,1" ;

HOLIDAY BEAUTY CARE AT ITS BEST FROMBonnie's :a guests the evening the thirty-three 8c pet 011- '_, '\ ";',,1 M'I .I I,"' .

Hostesses on this occasion own' $s.oo .';, ),,.":" -.'( ,.$ ," _

: were Mrs. Luclle Brown, Mrs. h J't" \ ';, '.
Hair Vesta Myrick Mrs. Alice Ken- .. \ <
Styles Y. ,
.:, : 1I "10' '.';
ney, Mrs. Betty Cassels, Mrs. ,'c'J'" I
; :
Linda Smith Mrs. Irene Faulk ,) A '''''''''\\I.' ': \10'1.-
: ner, Mrs. ixanre Moody', and ', .' '.' ...
IWY. 301 S. STARKE Mrs. J.G. Jackson.-. 1'. .

t PHONE 964.8200 ,,,' .",:'\. '
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s !iBonnie Janice Mobley .
And Ruby Are Now '. ,.. '. ,...' '

{/Taking' Appointments 'For' :Miss Janice Mobley Dec. 16 .." .( \ .
.< -'.
'::" bride-elect of Maxle Norton, .
) Christmas & New Years was honored at a bridal shower I .:.. t.
'c- '
Monday night given by "
Patricia Underbill. Mrs. Jef ", ;
Jackson and Mrs. J.F. ,
frey ,
Putnam at the home of the '.. .
latter on 301 North. .
The refreshment table was
BONNIE covered with a white hairpin
lace cloth over lavender linen

and centered with a Romeo .

,Bonnie's Offers '' and Juliet flanked by silver ',,:- ,I
candle holders with burning "
r r j'$,1"

Professional Beauty pink presided the Miss punch Underbill bowl. 2 KJ
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Games with prizes were en-

\ Care And Specializes In r Joyed by Mrs.the W.L.40 guests Mobley who, mother Included --

of the bride-elect., ,
Seta & Cuss ** The hostesses presented the
Coloring honoree with the platter to her

E *** Manicuring *** Permanent RUBY chosen of the china occasion.pattern u a memento 10.00 11.00

To Better Serve Their Clients Bonnies Will Births ,., Bank A men card

Mr. and Mrs. James Sh lord Mastercharge

Remain Open DetL. '23. & Jan. 30. of Lawtey announce) the birth Welcome
of a son Mark Phillip on Oct.
22 In St. Vincent's Hospital

Call Now For your Appointment.Pace .Grandparent are Mr. and Mrs. !;!)II
+ J.B. Gaskins and Mr. and Mrs. ....

UMttMtitttiiittitiittttt ttiQtjlM . t t BMjt, George Shuford. of Lawtey. .c

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Beta Sigma Phi 10 Girl ScoutsTo Scout Troop 70 Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent Miss Dorothy Alvarez and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale visited and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Rodney F.V. Herlong Herlong N.D. Wainwright,
Sees to Sunday with her and Mrs. D.B. Harley attendeda Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ctlilng-
Fashion ShowBeta
Join Junior Had Camping Trip son-in-law and daughter Mr. family reunion at the home ham and family In Perrlne last of Jacksonville were Sunday Former Mayor,
of Mrs. W.F. Herlong.
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Alvarez juests
TonightTen and Mrs. Peter Alogna,In Jack- week. Dies In
sBma PhI Sorotity held Troop At Suwannee River in Fort Myers Wednesdayto Hollywood
If. regular business meetingon sonville. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Mrs. Ed,Ensor of Jacksonville -

November 13 at the home of Junior Girl Scouts: will Hawkins of Waldo spent Thursday to Sunday visiting and Mrs. Bertha Pearce N. D. Walnwright. Jr. of
Mr. Wayne Wynn with Mrs. officially be accepted Into Jun- 18 boy scouts of troop 70 and Mrs.Mr.Mae and Mrs. Paul Hawkinsand Mrs. W.H. Hart Mrs. Ella Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- spent Thursday to Saturday with HOllywood Fla., formerly of
W.H. Johns as ho..ndMr.. ior Troop 60S tonight(Thursday and leaders Don Hardenbrookand family of Jacksonville were Moody and Mrs. Edith Chris son In Tallahassee and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Smyth at Starke, died Tuesday In Holly-
Grady Overstreet. co-holteS': Nov. 30) at a 7:30 Investiture David Mongomery spent the Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and tiansen attended a family reunion Mrs. W.M. Morar In Panama Bellalr. wood Memorial Hospital as the
A fashion show was given by service In the First Presbyterian weekend camping on the Suwannee Mrs. Titus Olson. at the home of Mr. and City. result of a heart attack.
Leila's, with members of the Church. River.Emphasis Mrs. L.W. Strickland In Ocalaon : Gary Browning and Walt Fender Mr. Wainwright was former
sorority as models. After the Badges will also be awardedto for the weekendwas Mr. and Mrs. H.K.Tyus spent Thanksgiving Day. Ricky Johns of LaGrange College of Jessup, Ga. were Sat- mayor of Starke and State Representative
full meals urday to Monday guests of Mr.
business refreshments cooking course
meeting all members of the troop to Monday with Mr. Ca. Is home for six weeks from Bradford
were served. who have earned them during,, over fire; building fire withY Wednesday and Mrs. Kenneth Tyus In Savannah Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathewswere holiday. Dale Johns of Gordon and Mrs. Charles Hardy and County. He was engaged In the
The next regular meeting will the All members of the wet wood; compass course and Ga. Thanksgiving guests of Junior College was home for family Insurance business here before
be held! at the Starke Golf and year.and their parents and citizenship skill award. The Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Breazealein the weekend. moving to Hollywood about 20
Country Club on November 27. troop troop slept dry in,new tents High Springs. Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr. and .
friends Invited to the ser- B. Ter- years ago.Funeral
are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
recently donated to the boys. Mr. and MM. Carl L.Johns daughter Anne spent the weekend services will
In be held
vice.Refreshments will be servedIn Attending were Glen Mulllns, willegar Jr.visited relatives and Mrs. R.G. Thornton was a recent had as Thanksgiving guests Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby at 11 In Jones
a.m. Saturday
Sanford last Wednesday
DUPLICATE BRIDGE the old Presbyterian manse Lewis Cooper, Raymond Whittle weekend guest of Mr. and and Mrs. 0, D. Bennett and Welch and family at Fort Wal- Memorial Chapel with inter-
CLUB RESULTSMrs. following the ceremony. Mark Box, Matthew Box Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Jack Carter In Lake City. daughter Karen of Jackson ton Beach. ment In Crosby Lake Ceme
Randy Lewis Larry White. Shaw of
ville and Mrs. F.J.
R,W. Fountain and Mrs. Mike Crews Chuck Register and Mrs. X.M. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker Starke. 'The' price firewood being tery.
Paul A. Johnson were the win- Bobby Smith John Cooper family attended a family Mrs.H.T.gathering of Cocoa, and Mr. and Mrs. what/ it is. there i I. nothing'' ,/(. .
ning couple at Duplicate Bridge Mrs. Joalyce Williams and Bruce Wolfred. Terry Saucer at the homeof Brad Locke of Tampa and their Mr. and Mrs. M.F. flaxen and tilting, in front of a roaring .
Tuesday night where there were children of St. Petersburg and Alan Montgomery James Smith at''Santa Fe Lake on children were weekend guests Mrs. Cecil Hollenbeck visited blast and watching/ ,the,, smoke In the continuing struggle' ,
four tables In play. G.C. Wren-, Mr. and Mrs. John Spengler Groves Chris Felos Johnny Thanksgiving. of Mrs. Shellle Gerle and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O.G. StrayhornIn / lend "little, dollar/ signs up (hechimney. the Indian hive now Invaded
shall and T.A. Sundom were and son of Gainesville were Goolsby and Ricky Hall. and Mrs. M, C. Wells. \' Wednesday /. the bureaucratic reservation.
second and Mr. and Mrs.John Thanksgiving guests of their
Mussollne were third. parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill ------------------------------------

Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClaneand Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.FrankWolfredJr.and Bill Chambers. Over 7,000 STARKE5 LARGEST QUALITY

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chas- children of Jacksonvillewere daughter Pearl Rocky Hof-
tain, son Tommy and Evelyn Saturday guests of Mr. fler and Pauline Peterson had Gifts
Sinclair of Starke Mr. and and Mrs. George B. Flynn Sr. dinner at the Alhambra Dinner
Mrs. Jerry Williams and chll- Theater( Saturday night cele-
dred of Gainesville spent Mrs. Vergle Flynn spent Wed brating the Chambers'12th wed- tC JEWELERIS
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Jessie nesday to Friday with Mrs.Bessie ding anniversary and Pearl's ) )
Chastain on Bedford Lake. Faxon In Gainesville.Mr. 18th birthday

Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- and Mrs. B.C. Mcintyre Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bettes of # P
Rae and Mrs. AI Harley spent and family of Ponte Vedra, St. Augustine spent the long ; YOUR GUIDE TO FINE
last week In Birmingham. Ala. Mrs. J.E. Mcintyre of Jack- weekend with her parents LTC !
with Mrs. I. I 1). Wells who underwent sonville and Mr. and Mrs.C.J. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler. :4 s*
surgery In the University Harrington of Palatka were (
of Alabama Medical Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Miss Wilma Alexander Is a
Center. Mrs. J.H. Du Pre. medical patient In Alachua General I
Hospital.Mrs. .

'Mrs. Carrie llerlong has left Mr. and Mrs. Alex Morton had \ To Choose
for the home of her son-in-law as guests last week their son- Evelyn Griffin Miss
and daughter Mr.and Mrs.H.n. in-law and daughter. Mr. and Lillian Stump, Miss Audrey
Turnipseed In East Point, Ga. Mrs. Fred Stark, and children Carlisle. Mrs. J.R. Kite and From
after six weeks visit with her of Wayne Pa. They all spent Mrs. Charles Darby had dinner -
son and daughter-in-law Dr. the week in New Orleans La. In St. Augustine Sunday. f
and Mrs. 11.11. Adams.
Gerald Gay and son Steve Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Thomsonand 1 1trs ;::;::. S:*S>>- :;.SSSV.SH:::::::::551SS; ::SSY.4 A N..:.."
Mrs. W.W. Sellers of Burlington of Miami were weekend guests son, Todd, of Tallahassee OPEN
N.C. and Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Gay were Friday overnight guests of You'll Find A Gift'ForEvery
J.C. Crowson of Columbia,S.C. Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. Member Of The Family ALL DAY
wore Friday and Saturday Local admittances to Bradford Evelyn Griffin
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude County Hospital this week To Fit Your Budget! WEDNESDAYDelight
Crowson. Mr. Claude Crowsonand Include: Mrs. Helen Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns m. x QW$! LOW SENSIBLE PRICES '
guests and Mr. and Mrs. Hampton; Curds Muse.WilliamA. and Mrs. Charles Darby had as e
W.!::. Crowson of Winter Haven Thomas Mrs. Mable Mer- Thanksgiving day guests Mrs.
enjoyed a family reunion at Ms- Mrs. Mary Woolen C.W. Chalker Mrs. J.M. Darby -
new World Sunday to Tuesday. James sereau II. Henderson andJewett Miss Elise Jones and De-
Witt Jones of Gainesville Dar- Her For Extra Christmas
Fogg Starke; Mrs. I Daisy Batten Special
Mr. and Mrs.Wayne Peterson Hllliard; LindaSue Alvarez by Peek of Lake City Mrs. Lee an
and son of Liberal Mo.and Mr. Kalford; Guilford Arnold Lake Akridge and children of Lake
and Mrs. John Peterson of Neptune Ruder Butler Mr. and Mrs. Robert WithA
Beach were Sunday guests Nobles and family of Jacksonville -
of Mr. and Mrs. Champion. Rufus Alvarez of the Pine and Mr. and Mrs. S.R. give her Diamonds .
Johns and Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr. jT
Level section celebrated his [WJQJ? y.&j
of Starke.
Mike and Tex Patrick Mike 70th birthday last week with a
Norman and Larry Williams family gathering and birthday I LARGEST SELECTION
visited Six Gun Territory and cake. Those attending were Mr. There is no finer ;

Sliver Springs on Sunday. and Mrs. Owen Jerry Baldwin Mrs.Mr. Mrs.luncheon James Monday Blackshear at her home gavea I I gift than a watery, OF LOOSE DIAMONDS ,'
and Mrs. Alvarez
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Daw- op KIngsley Lake honoring her of timeless beauty. :
J.U Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs,
i' ley of Itlommneld,"NJ.iwore Duke Dubose." sister Mrs. Lenore Foster Professional Ring Repair We Can
last Wednesday visitors of Mr.' who has returned after spend I
and Mrs. C.eorgeV.. Brown. ing the summer at Barnard Vt. Remount Your Old Diamond To Be
Ten friends of Mrs. Foster
Steve Klgdon of Seymour Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early enjoyed the occasion. jI1i \V A Beautiful New Set Christmas'
Johnson Am N.C. Is spend- attended the funeral of his bro- u
ing the winter with his grandparents ther-in-law James Cahoon in i
Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. Crosby, Miss, on Thanksgiving Jimmy and Gregory Alvarez a I
Brown, and has entered the day. The Earlys visited rela- attended the Vanguard and For- All Work Done On P.mis.s
fourth grade at Starke Elemen- tives in Crosby, Miss from rest Hign School: football game ,
tary School. Wednesday to Sunday. Thanksgiving morning In Ocala.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst and Mr. and Mrs. James Starling Dennis Rhoden will return
family were guests of Mr. and spent last week in Bryson City. Friday after six months duty;
Mrs. James Hurst and family In N.C. They were Joined Thursday with the National; Guard In Aber-
Frostproof last Thursday and to Monday by Rev.and Mrs. deen, Md. ,
Friday. Alton Dobbs of Jacksonville and
Mrs. Inez Kelly of Starke.
!Mrs. !Marjbeth Peacock and
Mr. and \Mrs. Richard Landls
Jacksonville were weekend Larry Williams, Misses Lor- children, Rick and Debbie of
guests of Kev. and Mrs. John raine ,Alvarez Sandra Alvarez Jacksonville and !\II'. and :Mrs.
II.L. Sampson of Brunswick
Vickie Klrchalne Kathy Frees
Debbie Hay and Mike !Norman: Ga. were weekend guests of
and Tex and Mike Patrick hada !Mrs. Errol Alvarez who has Sapphire
Janice Mobley and Maxie dinner forty Thursday night been III. For Him, Diamonds
attended the motorcycleraces
Norton Sunday In Ocala. at the home of the latter. The Set in Gold Band '' I
Patrick home was decorated In Stop I in soon.
the /holiday:!, theme for the occa
Mrs. Linda .Montella and COU-n'TELEGRAPH:.: We'd like to

daughter of Jacksonville were sion. show you our 1W For Her, For Him, Gift Watches
of her
Saturday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter and Published every Thursdayat wide selection
Mrs. L.n. Green. Call Street Many different styles, ,
138 W. :
of Lake City and Mr.
son, Jay, of watches FOR I
and Mrs. Marvin Barnhart and Starke Florida 32091 SI'CII5(; <
Mr. and Mrs.. A.J. Rtgdon of daughter of Miami" were from $29.95 to rIliVAt! ;
Jacksonville and Lacy Klgdon Thanksgiving guests of their Second Class postage paidat 1000.00 2 PROFESSIONAL WATCHMAKER blcctric
of Starke were Sunday visitorsof parents Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Starke Florida gulova

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Mr. and .Mrs. P.D. Fancherin Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell In trade area: 96.00 per v*3 .. ........ Jubil.Longin. WjHnou
93.50 six months __.
of Gainesville spent Thanksgiving visited Mrs. Annie Perkins and RINGS ? Soiko
with his parents Mr. and :Mrs. Ellouise Perkins at Oak. !
Outside trade area: $7.00 Gifts And Accessories
Mrs. Fancher Jr. Fla. on Sunday.:!, I
per year; $4.00 six months

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7 CABBAGE n001fS

Early to Get Your laf pounds cube beef, cut In \;Inch t I cups cored pounds thinly coarsely cabbage sliced\ chopped quartered onions ,

Social 1 1 pound clove garlic beef,soup skewered bone on t small turnips,,cut diced In 1-Inch
Security Number M/ wood pick 1 stalks celery
/ 1 Bat left pIeces potatoes,peeled,
3 torMboUlng<
People getting a social when you get a job coveredby : :3 1 Tablespoons dried minced dUl'weed parsley cut In !la-Inch> dice '
security number for the social security he said. + t 41 t a 1 teaspoon Tablespoon salt 1 No. V/t can first tint should apply atleast A worker builds retire- ; '3 carrot, cut In 14-Inch pieces tomatoeschopped" ,
: beef bones
a month before they'll .' 7 V..quart,r.tagnallte: Dutch oven bring
ment, disability and survivors In a heavy water to a boll.
need it, according to social protection for himself #21 L gal\'llc, bay ledparsley/ dill salt,and and excess 4 quarts tat as they rise to
security officials here. 6iY Simmer 2 hours, skimming: roam and bay leaf.
and his family by work With slotted spoon remove bones prllo
"AppUca ton. from people and surfaell. turniPS and celery. Simmer 30
_ earnings credited to his Add onions cabbage carrots .
who don't\ recall having minutes. Add potatoes' and tomatoes cook
had a social security num- 9-digIt social security num-
ber before generally are ber."Your
screened by computer to social security Y v1 i
number Is alone and
make sure a second number yours ;c
Isn't Issued to the same person remains the same for life,"
," a social security the spokesman said. "Using
spokesman said."Screening more than one number can 1, r'
takes time, so mean you're not getting full
apply for your social security credit for" your work and ti r7 .'L zit aAt
number early and you'll earnings. I
have It when you need It- "When you get a job cov- 4 1
"' ered by social security, you 1i I r a#. r
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should make sure your em- 'r rr
CAHD OF THANKS ployer copies your name
and number correctly from
Words cannot adequately express your social security card to ; .3 a o
our deep appreciation his records," he said. ; 4rrM
the kind and !
for '
many sym- :
More than nine out of 10
pathetic acts that came to us
jobs are. now covered or
at the time of our recent bereavement -
Our thanks to the eligible to be covered by
Doctors, nurses and DeWitt C. social security.
Jones Funeral Home.Willis 0s
Dyal and family. rso .
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Carla Jo Roop onedayoldbaby o'IQ
of Mr. and Mrs. RobertL. IYHq )
Know Someone In A Roop of Halford died Tues- I II .
day morning In a Lake City ; I
( hospital.
PI Surviving besides the parents + -
Is one brother Robert L. '
Roop Jr.. of Rolford paternal I'Th1 I -
Have them call the CRISIS grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Hoop; and maternal grandparents -
CENTER any time day or Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,
night, 804 SW 2nd Ave. I Shown all of Knoxvllle Tenn. !
for help wIth a variety of Funeral services will be heldat ,. (4; ; I
life'problems. 4 p.m.Thursday at the grave r ,
side In New River Cemeterywith '
j .
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Rev. James Countryman 4MI .\ .. .
PHONE 4 Tr7Y .r : '' : rP ..""
conducting. DeWitt C. Jones I
3764444GAINESVILLE. Funeral Home is In charge.CLASP The*. 18 American Pit Bull Terrier'pups owned by P.t. Sparks of New River Station are I
two months old.' Th. three litters are sired by the same dog. Half are already sold at $100
sizes. -Bradford ENVELOPES County Tel-, all Cuddly Cute och. On. was shipped to Alaska. .
egraph. Sparks tied diff.r.nt color strlngtaround two of the litters so he could separate' the three
litters after the photo. Cuddly cut now, the puppies. can become mean fighters, If taught to
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in greased casserole. Bake for top of casserole and return to
I NOW OPENI Green'n Gold Casserole 43 minutes. Arrange frozen oven for 10 minutes.
I I Iii French fried onions over the Yield: 6-8 8t'rvinlla.I .

3 cups Florida green beans, onions tO la/
cut into 1-Inch pieces French fried onion rings I I

BIGGS 1 can mushroom((10 1/2/ soup oz.) golden frozen Preheat oven to 350 P DeWitt\ 'C. Jones Funeral Home I

1 can sharp cheddar cheese, Cook Florida green beansIn ,. .
ii I; COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRY grated boiling salted water until STARKE t
1 cup evaporated milk about 10 min-
crisp tender .
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.:.- Changes, :in Social Security Law Listed by. Official Here

This. provision" Is '.nacllvIDJlntl'' >r*> disabled widows and widowers, Effectlv worker" wnsured a ,spouse or davanOant child I "Ifl,bo./ under. Lnironracrer certain, conditions sarvicei when art'roes cora/ed. na 1
Sweeping changwdil tile Social ei- Ciao, Security hit been Incraaiatf. rrom vloutly' tha UK rate Mrcant as,!":, .bin.itls payable, Mar 1172. Was. ot an. workar Covaraoa wama twllh unlnfumd persans can, atari for" sub fu ion of hv manual/manipulation
of the Jacksonville Social I .100. Tha monthly' amount. for amolovH and, *E panelist for "; ': ( tha 3rd t r tha moatn: In at con* of tlf Per "TIIrr.: July, If7*. .
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Security law ... / for of
directly or lubISctYeto' .IMmpINed.' ben."' which of l namodlalviU baiina HOwslI. JrI'N'l'"
office aarn bafora' IS9 clYNalilrope Wa.c Nona
Security ..... disabled IiTactlva, ; I .
indirectly affecting nearly ev 1a d ha,eden Inn. e Tna' monthly benefit, amount of thea P. It, bMN/Is'.. Silo" as. aa.f alai July iwj. .wait'oVaductlbla j JY I
"This la the 1 Ulter hq ells''
probably greatest .mpnqi1sI Insured 'Individual' will bulncraawd' 12 f;"rclo. pay .
ery person in the community, number of change ever efFarellndlvldu'. ,+l! ..' .banallli mar" DIOO will baoHflw In ,! *and percent n thalndlvlduafwat for aach month between not antllled eveS San. been:dlabled'', tdlllr.ull.ehl: ,'Oat. had ,Ig for..Part.,. Etfacllva!Madltai. daltt/In., ;"' ": :

are going to become effective made in the Social Security .J.'J' I .lacl.I sect. lif earned. In MOW or did not racaiva, banallt.Thit 5.IS SIbIC'" atdap 00.IIo."' .'<; ? ueomatNic" o1pr.Rrl'tflMtdltrt"' 'fniuwlancoBlvan I
next year most o -them on Law ". The amandmaiita. else arovWa tttal proviifon, 1 It Nf.'ShopVIWd eachVaar Jan. 1 : 111.151.I erNa/7 I whan a parton rot* ST'a't''E' CENTER
at one time, sold bealnnlnp ,In 172 y theNw ' '
an/en..d 10 .1. fnn A Hotpltal Inturanra tfacllnad -
Jan. 1, according tq A. Glenn Moore, who urged area rest. : altar will. not tha IX month a,panon contained. no OUCh _"I.n. doused Medlcaryrawlps:: ,,. .: undar So: eflacflva Dale; ,July 'Wli Watt fIf hNrChInesl' : Low Income WIN with' clef' Swedere a retirement ben- To MadicaT Intur* '
Moore, acting district total' n.lJllj wary I rr' hoop.( Pa: :\ 1'0o.n.HI.. .
managHOME dent to contact the local office ara II rot. war 96 *: work curls provided! t they have received the Antno t fo V ;
t ty will have rte choke of ; benefits tor 24 consecutive '' (1s if tan a'lon up for Madlcal In.
e wASR In the Federal .' D..nd.n' fit' amount aaual to VIIn-on. ream,. :) or moral. This dl'J1; : tl .. RatlRoad Prate.
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Jacksonville for details. under certain tltc.,.,....", .,,. fl"up: to 30 ...,., Tho automatic, cott of 1V/31'.d. NronaE"tcllv" tfatt< Julv ot S'Ka yaar) here will sq '
"One of the most important Then provitlon' It effective January r 591 living ''ncr.... .'n... racalvo would not .Was additional 10 pircant ch. "' .aach allalbla la KATHLEEN & HARRY COLLIER OWNERS
was no Drovl.lon for prior to poly, to that _at". o 111.111)h Insuranca protection axtimd* month they welt Ia Ilia .'V'IN" I.
change," Moore added "is I In* new amendmentt .... .. d to i 'needing kidney Eltacllva: data: Jan 'I.T"f.
A child adopted: by Individual, af bassists .1.' It affective monthly' or 0 attic': which Includes I tha'n Insured:'::: only:. kiln 1 UP whhln 3 yaart altar ,
... an payable Jan. I. Pravimulv" 'therewat
the Increase in the amount an tar t ./ ." to ret"Irament no provision. ri)
Individual earn and still or dhnbdIlty, benefit", may oecome. SoclAl Security, numb. III''be ... ,
may entitled.I on 'tha Individual record. At. at r red. ,tor cnlldran Nrollln.'I In school', J
receive all of his Social Security piictitront,. : : filed before" May 1971 may baaiiqibia aliens: becoming par ma nan t rasltfisons orColn. .
benetllt .
tar ralroactlvaiy to Jan Its warn n this Country. ail HOLD IN HEAL KEEP OUT COLD1Windows.
That amount has been vary D6L who apply for or receive benefits u
Tho new ftrovldachild d under any program In whole) or
increased from $1,680 to $2,100 ', bend'It" Will na""nrn..) ,'- part by federal financed, ; vary neat A Small Dapoall will
,annually effective la Janu- 'fast at who adopt' 'the child this Itaftectlv .future, thtka applicants willl owed' I.. O00r i
with thamonth of anactmtnt ... 'Identity and citizen"' uaf Hold Your SalactlonTill
Previouftly adontion, tarminatad a ', Sileclrva' data t not/ In effect' .. of .
Slid t benefit,'" uniau, the adoption won,. This date Well Tha Social' Security'' sways Sat. D.o..23..
Here are some of the major ""ull."ma" dota Unmarried relative,* 4'" number wa basically. used. for record
changes and their effective racelv* benaMtft attar a'a toR5' -PI Elimination f : of support requirement
audrt f: :
tf month after the month t a r or for divorced wives.. Effective data. ) ton PLASTIC
dates. so.warden E
yielW'rA neitar sods If the Student t I. worklnt' benefits payabia after l 1012. W... support FLEIB
lanaflt fataa. err man will b. comayta $employed,undergraduate,individual dearaa 1 ,*'may fl'e' .Widowsun waa",.'Iv! an amount CRYSTAL CLLAR
IWi. Situ Iw'.1... aaa 41 In l land /roes (f the oohs,'." was at lifofthen 65 ,too h'lf.. for the I'bi.f,, If that: I Hove Fin Selection! Of 'J
"74 will banalll front, thit heir' true muit ba reported roe. It at ava /2. the .mount Is 52'ascent ,
Nina. although tha full banaflt/ will not II'Itt It,. higher I than 2.3 oMSe grow. P. and at. ag. "no" It T.. 7ivn'' percent.. Toys & ChrUtmos Stocking '
hn b.r raallrad until .lt>5. Banaflt" rate. tar provition It effective 'for taxable. This provision It atfctlva Jan 1 I. Prevtousiy ,
......,' ara aratantly bafng cemputad .t Vain ) tfTJ ( / widow received a maximum of ONLY
... 'r. Until .hil t han. .nll" rat.. only true erolll 01'1100 or more Could f 'bareported 12' t percenlmomerui 36Lalsaw n/ For Dog & Cot
Igr talon I _.ComOUted, .t a.. 61. : :a .....'..ailminsled divorced ( G
widow J. ..
Elfecliwe dale 1 73a a : Install Anyon.S
e TM Work' e The amount of deemed military FLEX-O GLASS C.n o IIaopkor ; Pits Our '
:mnuntt r"ln' r.lC : Are
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+ne'w S mop M 'tar wages creditable Is manned to IK>O err ty is far stronger i thpn poly* a n.summa
la toresV? 11 ell la .,oa- -red r.e, will Mon. need.stash9a Ilir.i w.Colander p.ld wages.frmN1''0111o p'.iI.n. ,,n wh'ch I i.''Ile h.[. > Accidental, and military tervlc*, othylano,, ) Inaipanslva) Anyone \ Not A Side Line
n houoneon/ work than praviouilv naodcd hoe Jhly I. p..lou.,. the deemed death benslitt. can ba paid spou&e re m. name plastic Can Afford II '
/' I 1n aaa a? In 19/4 will, ,need': varied ',.m 110' to 1300 dSrdtegnt' length of, marriage, PJic Iwo, "Ja' and {ft.... atlamlna aoa 42 ,n. paoo' an t m. amount' 01 uM. .... d. beneliu' payable after 1972 WaS en Ili.od.nor .....C s0.a 1
1973 wllfnaad ana year te... 'Inturad ftta.tus must i' havg:. .been married at laait 3 Y our paole0uon, 2 FULL Y .'"Plaatwafl'" .1924
: /lor 'Ile was llourad at. aga 42 un PIy, .fnwtll:..l'i"tHr', ': ; 'pons/land: /' for am.'' m "hr'n NEW SHIPMENT OF FISHSALE
dar.J'' old'law Until mil changa In. 85 for tellaninioved *- agprlly''' perled' fordlahled. S YOUR HARDWARE, LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLY STORE.
Individuals .
a subs for malat was ligurak utlng parcani' monlhl In disabled worker .nd
... 61., ,
The yearly amount an II''IndlviduaFmay ,
earn and Mill rar.we' nt non Sn.Itocket .

Expert la Now

I'rotoctor; ) of Deer Herd DAYS

A former Hubmarino und CARPS

'rocket: nuclear'' design engineer HHURS., FRI./ SAT.DAYS !
Charles RomeHburir .
SIE LER Hwitchcd, careers. from me-

thuniqul: \ ,to industrial. cntdJit nw I

: neer/nll./ bt'carViC. involved. with u Dept. Stores DO !

OIL .. (doer herd mnnnxcment project il ?! ''r- ? TT TT TlllT'lT"! l!
<; financed by tho National/

Rifle A.MWoclation, which uses ,
HEATERThis computerized technlquetti'rle/ ;" V3. V
'. hoVen that this study will Madto

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heater beautifully cuts your fuel assigned bills with "and/quantitative game, water method resources with fHh!\I, Long,, Sleeve r. ,.,, Nude Heel m '
advanced engineering Powerful
forest, rangeland; national .
whisper-quiet blower 'delivers parka, wilderness wrens, or almost t Sport'r Panty'Shirts '

a carpet overh..ted"ceilings'and of w ;rmth preventing any other kind of eco- : : e

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wasted fuel dollars. ComeIn Ry Hose r ,c
In the deer management qn 1 y p T.
and see for you sliJl. Cheer)
Mr. Romcsburir
project concentrated -
the features that make Siegler in IV % rl Our reg 484 Pro I I 4 %
on one V \
unsurpassed for styling. and ,, Pennsylvania./ He studied 4 : + '
economyDENMARK. f B Our Reg. 3.99 '
; rates of reproduction and $

food availability winter mortality 'I ,i .1 E a fAA
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harvest rate, crop damage :

: and the beneficial cash $3.00 r t
flow into the economy. From Pr..

FURNITUlfp' CO 'this model .ho projected amal1i1ICemcnll1lan (
Elastic waistband for Y ;, I'j ; ..
"'STREE9. j over a 15- comfort Panty & sheer. _
134 W. CALL / year span (to make maximum Permanent press polyester V est stocking all in one.

PHONE .9645827', ., use of the deer resource for VV and cotton. Long point'' Basic & fashion colors Holiday'I
-1. society a collars In prints, solids to fit short, average, :Tops Safe!'
small medi- tall.
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vrik extra larger :-'jtilJ' !? rju\ i .
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THEATRE Men s Long 2'
... I Foam Backed And53. 99 5

:STARKE, FLA. Knit Our rag: $5.99 4 $4 I For
Furniture Throws
..,: ''',.ONE 984-7494 SAVE $1.99 NylOn skinny ,

V4i ClOSKd SHOW' ON STARTS,..TUBS AT-WED.THURS.7:00 Dress' Shirts | Solids ."''m''.. 60" X 70"... Our reg. $ Acrylic, .short .f,.b-knlla.... I InSweater many v.sls colon' SIZes! 1 00""%

1 70" X 90" ..??.._........Our' reg. $ 7.49.............. $6 I 10096 COTTON SMand" & L,
SAT.SUN.MON.DECEMBER Permanent press. Long point collar. Assorted solids 70" X 120" .._............Our reg. $ 9.49.....,;_..... $8 MACHINE N LAYERED LOOK
and fancies. 1 14'1.' to 1 17, 32 to 35. 70" X 140" ..____.Our reg. $11.49 l ....,.. ....$1 0 J WASHABLE. Our reg $2.99...2'or TOPS$3.00.
Crisp, White .

.DOUBLE FEATURE :He really Men's 100% Polyester Decorator Toss Pillows *Ourreg.> S2Ea.,$3 J Fussy: Our rag. $ V

t 'lives up to Double Knit Our reg. $12.99$9 I Altol.dcolo..ndhblcs. .* for $3.99 Ea 2'' For 7

100% PolyesterBlankets I ) Blouses
'his name!! Slacks SAVE $3.99 ....:.'JJ'.".. ,

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Permanent press, machine wash and 29 d'YB to 42.'t d6.70.yr: L V V JS nd r'S g J2's': e Permanent
flare legs. Navy, brown, byrgandy. Sizes : :": ,: $ 3 ;

Wjai Asst. Colors. 12"X 90"| .

100% Polyester Men's Corduroy or Brushed Ladles Daytime

Men's Ties Hosiery W HolidayMen's I I Denim 'Jeans;' Shifts

4 wrA an Nrra ,'y,. ., '. Our rag 14 tea I Our rag $6 99 $
,.a w aJIM", BROWN aeewlaDOAIR 10.8 ewa SAVE Our rag.12.99 994 5 Z I 2 $1 Dress See VV SAVC 99< $4.I SAVE $1.99Washable 5

Four" in > hand. New Choice of Banlon or BOOT RIOT I !I I IChaose from many colors, J nylon and jersey
1 wide styling. Assorted Orion. One size fits I styles. Cargo pockets, v< acrylics.
I solid and fancies. tOto t 13Boy's rqr knees,etc. Sizes 8 to 18. t4'/i' to 24Vi

BOXCAR Strap and buckle trims.Some l a
Permanent Press & Jr BoysUnderwear with side zippers. Cherry y ladies Acetate Tricot Ladies Print FlannelUnderwear

red c brass. Panties Sleepwear
I 1 Sizes 7 tile; 12.filtered r

t CRAWNE"/ARRYPRIMUS by Mowelob Hae2I 3 Our lor rag f 2. 9S 6 '$5 Our rag. 3 $2 e % ., 3 Our for raa 1,88' $1 Our.J2.99 Re!. 2 $5
:3 lot U,311 jy
DAVID ,err *MI( ICN iNltuwriONAi ficiu ( SAVE 9o< for For I | p0 J S3.29:
Tee shirts athletic Briefs or tee shirt. -r Double crotch Machine Choose from pajamas

shirts or briefs. White Boys S. M. L, XL, k f washebleGuaranteedone waltz gowns granny
only. S. M. L.XL. Jr. boys 2 to 6. full yea,'. Sizes 5 to 10. gowns. All sizes.

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} STARKE, FL'Af "'IY Boy's :Long Sleeve 100Stretch Nylon y?; ,

.\'' PHONE 984-5451 ,,r Sport Shirts IOS8.88Children's i Body SuitsOur ;'V r ;

FRI.-SAT.-SUN.' DECEMBER 1-2-3 Shoe Riot! cvH0oVcR.+ $2
d;, Our reg. S1.99Ea. R.!. 13.99
,% 9T1 Variety of straps and tm Boys and Misses sites 8V; to 3 -

: ''tV1' H Ib Men's Dress Women's Shoe $3.00

'Q'e I'f rt w 35 Shoe SaleOurragSt089 Clearance :50% .

WINNERBEST t ata SAVE $3.99Oxfords $7 $2$3-$

The jacquard look. Big

blRECTOR-MIKE NICHOLSJOSEPH Polyester and cotton. Assorted and step-ins. Big selection of style selection. of colon nd
solids and prints. Brown or black. Sizes and colors! Sizes 5 to ,collar styles beautiful" ,
... A 'V Sues 8 to 16. 7 to 12. 10. weaves. Sizes small, medium
Ef"EVINE:' .. large
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THE GRADUATE qR' Boy's Knit Jr. BoysSlack Girls Girl's Children's InfantsDress

-IyMM/atN .YL.J Slacks Set Panties Knee Socks Sleepwear Training Pants

OriginallySUM Our Our... :: $1 92 Ours.99 to., .Our $1
ma $4 $ twf.3t9l 2.S5Nylon :31MfaCotton. 3 $12 9149 ta.Flannel 2 $5' :394 -.3 Pr.Acrylic .

SOME MACHINES ARE TOO HOT bonded to nylon. knit shirt and pant or Acetate. Assorted Nylons & orlons In white' or acetate gowns Full cut cotton knit or

.. FOR ANY MAN TO HANDLE Machine washable knit at one low price. Assorted colors and prints. and colors. .Stretch sizes & pajamas. Solldsor prints.. terry. Double crotch.
\; flares. Sizes 8 to 16 colors. Sizes 3 to 8. Sizes 2 to 14. fit 3 to 9'b.' Toddlers 1-4. Girl 414. White only. Sizes 1 to 4.


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\ October land e ftttotalX14- Highest transaction: of the slon sold by Longchamp Homes 5-22 sold by Pearl O. Blountto toy Road sold by-J.D Erwin Erwin and Mr. and Mrs. R.C. A lot in West Pines subdivision A parcel of land In sec. 27
.> 450 reaching the month was a parcel of land between -' Inc. to Mr. and Mrs. Cler- Mr. and Mr*. Charles T. and R. C, Polhamus and wivesto Polhamus to Mr. and Mrs.Bennie sold by Carl, W, Brown sold by Mr..and Mrs. Floyd
of ten months this year ac- SR-21 and Santa F* Lake mount C. Blzler of Starke for Watson of Macclenny: for $1- Louisa Llndsey of Starke Terrell of Starke for $17.- and Margaret Brownto .Mr." ?G. Edwards 'to Mr. and Mrs
'. cording: to tax stamp on deeds was sold by Constance Ceivart 3000. 900. L. for $15,300. and Mrs. Wallace. .: ,.filed In the county clerk's of- and Constance Barnhlll to Mr. A A parcel of land nec34-S Lot 20 in New Hampton Beach 800.A lot In Deerwood Subdivision for$8,000. for $5,000.A .
M'r 'flee. and Mrs. Anthony Terri of Melrose lot in Parkwood subdlvlson 22 told by Pearl Blount to sold by Mr. fend Mrs. A.J. sold by Longchamp HomesInc. Lot four In Starke Heights lot in M.F. Wiggins Sub-
,. for $56,700. sold. by Mr. and Mrs. EdwardB. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E, Wllk- Thomas to Mr. and Mrs. War- to Mr. and Mrs. DavidC. sold by Mr. and Mrs. Richard division sold .by Mr. and Mrs
Jackson to Mr. and Mrs. L. Rowe to .M.F.!\ Wlggl l'to Mr. and !Mrs.
Second highest transaction of Inson of Lawtey for $1,900. ren W. Stevenson for $7,000. Bennett of Lake Butler for Mr..andMr.s.Edward ..
Fired Tires Used the month was a parcel of land Johnny.R. Hobbs of Starke for Lots four and five on the A.C. A parcel of land In sec. 7- $3,400.A N. Green,o.$. Starfcrfdr.{ 'Edward,'.TrlmD'J, of Starke for
,;* j To Make New Ones In Peetsvllle subdivision Alvarez addition to Starke sold 8-22 sold by Mr. and Mrs. $19,100. $ ,000?
sold by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry i). lot In Cypress Beach sold by Mr. and Mrs. Bit G. Mlzell Vasco Underhill to Mr. and parcel of land In sec. 29- A parcel of land in sec. 28- A parcel of land In Peett-
.:7 Zs i,' ': Worn-out tires!'! will be used Denmark to Mr.and Mrs.George by LA. Abshlre to Mr. and Jr. to Mr. and Mrs. David Mrs. Eugene Underbill Starke 6-22 sold by Mr. and Mrs. 6-22 sold by Mr. and Mrs. Edward ville subdivision sold by Mr.
w <',. at fuel to generate steam for W, Roller of Lawtoy for$30- Mrs. George C. Bothwell of Jones of Starke for $3,000. for 5000. Owen R. Alvarez Jr. to Mr. N. Green to Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jerry D. Denmarkto
W f new tire production at the Jacksonville for $18,000.A and Mrs. David L; Brooks for Willie E. Green of Starke for Mr. and Mrs. George N.
!> !;,, )t.. Goodyear Tire & Rubber 000.May wu the highest month of parcel of land on Broad A parcel of land In see. 22- Two parcels of land In sec. $6,050. 6100. Roller of Lawtey for 30000.)
-'" 'J Company plant In Jackson, the year totaling $838,393 due Street sold by Mr. and Mrs 8-22 sold by Mr. and Mrs 35-6-22 sold by Mr and Mrs.
''' Mich. to several turnovers of a large Olive F. Enderlin to Mr. and J.C Dykes to Mr. and Mrs. George H. Koehler to Mr. and .. ., .. .' ,
A smokeless, piece of land in the same month. Mrs. Gust Kollos of Kissim- Michael S, Redfearn of Key- Mrs. Herman J. Lee of Starke VWVf;< t,1.;, '
boiler odorless mee, for $18,500.A stone Heights for $22,000. for$5,600. Gifts You Can U The Year Around .' I.rx
the first of its :
kind In Monthly totals from the first A parcel of land In sec. 24- $ ',
.. the country, will consume of the year are: Jan. $289.- parcel of land In sec. 34- A. parcel of land on Old Law 6-22 sold by Mr. and Mrs. J.D. .-tt r:fIt .;1 .. 'w,
t more than a million such tires 800, Feb. $220,800 March : :
'I''' annually,according/ Russell $192,800 April $245.038 May .,. FROM THE EELEGRAPH:
DeYounjf, board $838,393 June $331.9681.Au- ___ .M
gust$391,198, September Ractc.o.-I. CENTERS
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098, and October with 331450. TO SERVE YOU EVEN
These totals consist only of = \ BETTER THROUGH t 4fll re
1fe i"1
transaction totalingov rl,000. WE'RE CELEBRATING A VALUE-PAC -
All ten months together bring OURLOCATIONS Give Him A Gift lla Cun L'HC' \'c;uii Roiinjf; '
the total for the year to $3- 68TH ANNIVERSA '
542,541 including: only transac- I I Pen 4 Penciltietti.
tions $1,000 and over. M. t'lEtt
/fill October transactions totalingover W I

II; i' f) ) A parcel$1,000 of are land: In Brooker tF' l' .
sold by Mr. and Mrs. L.L. @U@OO
"Too Parker for $12,000.A $' 'f- .
many dropouts go rrom Ij Ii I i;
day school to night!' court." parcel of land containingone : Out "Xeatt/ett OHtt SitKttt 7Ja"l _
acre in sec. 32-6-22 sold N -. ...- w .
by Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Pol -_..-. .._......._-......_... _........._.,.-... 10 !fi 0tJ/IJ:JI4100 -I4-fnch.IOC.w.NNW "
WISH I'D SAID hamus and Mr. and Mrs.J.D.Erwin if _ww-.I..N.-w --....a'-.r..__.-_ J HOSTESS SERVING PlATTER
to Mr. and Mrs. Henry ..,..--1010- S
THAT ; -. Clay Jackson for 17500. 7Gif'd': : Iii _

A parcel of land in sec. 27- Busion Student \acuin
5-21 sold by Mr. and Mrs. FAMOUS DOUBtS OUARANTH with puch..39"0mor.. Pencil Who Will B. Th. Lucky Young Man ToR.olv.
James F. Cowart to Mr. and of ompbw.. Cuwmw -,,_. OwranMd 1 by yraf. I..Itint. I I .
Mrs. George H. Grant Starke .to and by IM; lodtock .... __ J K4.5I) A Set Of Soft Tip Pelt
"An executive, : must know for $5,000. R.5.44,5t + liiiiyri In Tin; KxprcsMi: Slh'v\.';iHctftitpler

.itcthinir about. everything.A Lot 20 in Deerwood subdlvi- PLAN AHEAD FOB MOM & DAD 9 'l 9 i f ;r'P

technician must know e ,
t+ + R.q fS 00.Vslu.
everything about something.But / Lay Those Recliners Away Now! 'trI
a switchboard operator( I t
must know everything. ite Otd1vm. oaa 'M ]
Clarln I 1). Afthhy Uintuh ... BETTER'' BUYS AND SELECTIONS IN r
Has in (L'tah) Standard. /\V1I (' : L
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days u dollar doesn't have ,, :,
cents enough to say any ,
thing." Hert "Lucky" rogkcnH MODERN SIEEK.IINERECLINA
Davis. (Utah I .
linyuck County ) -ROCKER lA 2LOUNGER.N
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1// r 11t i FFA WeekBradford

..: Highlights CelebratesFarm-City

Five BUS High FFA' rs cele Building to promote better relations Jimmy. Alvarez former State
.i students attended Young and Debbie Barber Ir, FFA, president will also attend -
the Speech and Debate tournament bra cl Farm City week Nov. between rural and city
Coaching for the Juniors
were the convention and participate
17-28 putting display windowIn citizens.
at Ed White a
High School .
Sanders and Grover Ho
In Jacksonville. Saturday Nov. Gary the Chamber of Commerce The chapter also got together In public speaking
I ward. The for the three Is
18 and took some food collections
Debate participants from BUS Brenda Holmes \ t and took them to someneecb' sponsored by the State Department ..

were Jan Searle and Donnie The Freshman Class had their t'f' it.. ..t 11I ih iJLZvtJ social basket.families as a Thanksgiving electric of power Agriculture companies and the In
Neal. who had one win and one first fund raising activity Friday .
security I VI -Paul Hutchlns Jr., mem Florida.
loss and came In third placeon
night November 26. They will its
ber of the Bradford senior Chap- The chapter begin
Other the Debate basis of speaker points. had a dance at the Armory QUIZ ter and Advisor David Smith BOAC Thursday ,Nov.
participants were with Genesis providing: the mu-
Lane Powell and Williams will leave this Friday Dec. 30, by ;
Emily -
sic.The 4 ,1.1 for the National Horticulturet : They will mow the grass
who also had win
one Freshman Class received A 66-year-old woman who ; In Columbus Ohio. and trim the hedges and try to
and one Jenkins loss. In $1.50 per person. The Freshman ,. has worked most of her Hutchlns will represent Florida make the building more attrac- I
two win- Class now knows the feel- ? life 'in jobs covered by at the convention In the Na- tive for the Christmas Holidays.
speaking categories ing of making money for their 19:' tional Demonstration contest.Son During the week Senior Chap-
ning first In his Original ? social 'is
a place security
Jr.-Sr. Prom In the future. of senior chapter advisor ter officers plan to have green-
Oratory on Beneficial Ef- Jimmy Gassy ready to retire. Her 67-
I Paul Hutchlns Hutchins won hand and chapter farmers Inltations. -
facts In of Men's Busing and a second ; : year-old husband also will the trip as Florida champion of Greenhand Is the Initiation
place Extemporaneous November 28 Is the day to of members.
speaking. buy your annual! Annuals will : be retiring. How will her horticulture arrangements. new
Mrs. Weaks, a DIIS English be six dollars this year. The monthly social security retirement -
teacher accompanied the 1972-73 annual will be the lint payment be fig
group. at BUS to have color In It. ured Fish & Meat !
Cindy Mitchell The school Invites the publicto 1y City ,
order annuals. G A. Her payment will

; Touchdown! That was the Seniors Sue Ann Edwards Starling $300 Scholarship be figured on her Market
c favorite word as they beat average earningsover
f Juniors 30-6 In the 4th Annual the and
Powder Puff Football game. given Thanksgiving to two families baskets In Lawtey wee Dean Traylor'ton of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Traylor)! Lowtoy: accept a $300 scholarshipcheck this will years be the 607 C. Bro nl.e St. PH. 964-8077 ,
The was held last Wed- from Mrs. A. K. Black, chairman of the
I game Wednesday night November, Scholarship Fund of the Hydrangea Circleof amount of her
nesday at the BUS Stadium. by the Ctvlnettes. th. Lake City Gordon Club.' '
Traylor. a senior the Department of Golf and Landscaping
Cheryl Phillips lead the way Community service Is one of Operations at Lake City Community, College, monthly check. Large Selection Of
was presented the check November
quarterbacking for the Seniors. the functions of the CIvlnetto Lake City Garden Center.In at D B. Her payment will
The winning team consisted of Club. Presently the Clvlnetto'sare be a wife's pay

Debbie Margaret Dolor Kl&by Shirley Joyce Carter Meng, ties.planning Christmas activi- photo ((10'l ) are: Dr. Can Nuttr, director, Department of Golf and Landscaping Operations ment, based on her Choice Meats, ReasonablyPriced

Becky Memer, Terri Woods Debbie Thomas at LCCC; Mrs. A.K. Black, presenting the check; Mrs. J.; R. BotUr, scholarship co husband's average
Vicky Anderson Selma Dumps chairman, and Mr*. W. J. Holmes' p'.ldent, Lake City Garden Club. earnings over the
Suo Contois, Debbie Thomas 1/e; Old 1t/mE/l years.'
Karen llutchiits Paula Hold. i L; C. Her payment will
Linda Brown, Cheryl Cummings 49 <
and Cornell Williams. Is Your Child Active EnoughMost be figured two LARD 31.8.
Itie girls were coached b.v Mike ( ways-on her own tb.

Denton lunIor and quarterback Wanroy was Adkinson.Tella l parents. would answer that people will enjoy than pushIng so U'. ,safe-get others togetherto work record and on t.b.
Norman. She was bucked up by ff1L such a question with an unequivocal : particular team sports. remedy the situation). her husband's. She Smoke
Marlon Howling, Joyce Brown 1 ; "yes"! "The new physical education ((3) make sure your child becomes will get whichever
Sandra I.bllng, Jarotha Morris But, think about It for a min- is more Individualized. Not skilled In at least one payment is higher. CIVIC 49
Kathy Casey lljalmar McMlllin "',.In- iliIronri( bctweru ute.According everyone wants to be on s team "lifetime" sport some acti- D D. Her will
Pam Ujjburn Deborah uii "|ilinii.l and. a |M>HMiminl to the American and compete. But everyone vity such as tennis bowling .
Coley Marilyn Monroe. Paula U hat' I IKlullrr I I. (loiinformed. .. Association for Health Physical should be active and tit whether or golf that he can always be figured two
." Education and Recreation It's through biking tennis participate in,,even when he's ways-on her own
physical activity generally decreases bowling team sports or Just much older work record and on FreshGREENS
as a child grows older. walking." ((4)) check into the physical her husband's.. She 4CXMl
While toddlers are extremely Specialists Insist that parents education program at schoolto
deed Extra Holiday active once a child gets Intoa are critical to the success of make sure that a planned will get the total of
school situation only a small school efforts that encourage program exists which serves both these pay- ( Kinds)
MoneyBORROW portion of the day Is devoted to physical activity. They recommend every child, not Just the gift ments added to ,
physical activities and many for example that parents ed athletes.. gether.C. All 'Meat StewIk '''
schools still lack dally pro- ((5)) see that children get pro- 89'
grams. 0 I) arrange for more physi- per rest medical care, fresh Her payment will be l. ""
00 Add to this the study time at cal activities where the whole air nutrition and exercise
$1 00 FOR 30,DAYS home, television viewing and family Is Involved such as walk- ((6))when buying toys or back- figured two ways-on her
the dependency on being trans- Ing, bowling swimming,skat- yard equipment select Items own work record and on CHICK; '
ported by parents. and It be- ing, etc. which will give a child a good her husband's. She will ROAST'b79 <
comes apparent how Inactive ((2)) encourage young people to physical workout as well as get whichever payment 'is
If' Paid Within 30 Days many young people become. walk or ride bikes where the fun.
According to Jim Duncan, distance isn't great(and U there The Association also reminds higher
You Pay Only $3.00 Finance Charge Prescriptive Curriculum Project Director and area physical most often taken from pa- 79.
TOWN FINANCE education coordinator for the The Senate'/ gun control/ ,Ml rents. If you smoke the chances The randiilalrx; are drawing: ,. lb
largo and rnthiislattlc' rrmtrts.
PEP project, the AssociationIs 'h carefully/ balanced. It that they will smoke are greater. : STEAK
?726 N. TEMPLE AVENUE PH. 964-7419 more concerned with encouraging /tains' fomclhing to disappoint" con-& If you're not physically What' happened" American'
physical activities everybody. .. active why' should they be? traditions? Arc we losing ourapathy'

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County Court. 96 Million Workers Earn Social Security ,

(From Pag 1)) Ninety-six million workers disability program 4 out of For senior citizens 93

On charges assault< and bat. fondant only In 'wI nIng the are building protection 5 men ,and women between percent of all the people
'tel'1 and' the Jury returned a case. under social security for 21 and. 64 can count on reaching 65 this year are
of not guilty. In other cases In. the trial themselves and their families monthly checks If the head eligible for monthly retirement -
charges Richard of Newman tried on term: according to social security of the household Is severely checks from social security -
contributing to the Charles Michael Gardner disabled and cannot work
officials here. the spokesman. said.
delinquency of
a minor was switched Ms
found Innocent. plea to guilty on "For the young worker In addition nearly all of
charges of '
Charges of trespassing against of leaving the reckless scene driving of an ac-and and his family, there's con for a year or more. Ninety- the 21 million persons 65
five out of 100 children
Russell tinuing protection right now every and for
Starling were cident and was fined $51 on over are eligible
dismissed by the Judge, but each by Yawn. in case of a severe disabilityor under 18, and their Medicare hospital insurance
his trial on charges of profane Merman Lee Riggins, and Indecent language was post been charged with speeding and spokesman said. social security checks If the medical Insurance as well.
poned until the next trial term for failure to appear In court .t Under the social security family wage earner dies.
,.of county court. previously was not present in -
A charge of careless driving court Tuesday and the Judge
to Gloria Williamson Gllsson. ordered that his bonds. Which i
Hampton was the only traffic
case tried before Judge Yawn. totaled $1.002, be forfeited.

Ms. Gllsson was found Innocent Higglns appeared the next day ..
by a jury. She! was charged and was ordered to Jail. On ,1 fit;; ...."..'''(',-'" ,,
with the offense by Florida the next Monday six days later -
.Highway Patrolman Trooper K. he pled guilty to all char- m Of) ..:,., yu ,,1

Etheridge following an accident ges. The Judge sentenced him ,.., antala.v .
on SIl-18 In which a to six days on each charge and .MO ,' ,1" arY!f'' : i j' .
a.k! ,
pickup she was driving sideswiped Rlgglns was given credit for r.w IPL civouriijjON) u$ to !: qll-li'l1s:
a cement mixer truck the time already spent in jail f- About ilcvtriomia, : %. Rate b'miroiv::'

parked along the road. and was released. ,,- J Ow .,w tw. w prouvtion.. Or ant .iliiiij) cUo., You

Sanders used testimony by Janle Hellman Gayhart,. who ask. sn.iichitorw.irJ .
You dL'''''t'tc'l h,'11\.1.: t : .t \: \vrs.Arnl
which the cement truck driver pled not guilty; to speeding char- AwardErnest __
David Jones and the trooper ges Nov. 14, and whose trial Improvement \\'l'1h\ '.111\\\1': tour 1111 H t liviiiicntlv.iskctUiu'siioiv -

In presenting the cane for was set for Tuesday failed to FPL ;, | ,i < |iiiMulv. I All .>tlvrill
Allen and wife Jew.lI November Bradford Improvement Award from BIP answers.
the state. appear and the Judge ordered accept a Acidic'our
Defense attorney Jim Tomlin- that an arrest warrant be Issued Commit* Chairman John Sanders of the Stork*- Bradford Chamber of Commerce rcvc-ivo. |vi-M'' ; icplios.l: I : ,

son used testimony by the de- and set bond at $50., 'The award was presented Monday morning on the sit* where Allen's former City FlthBt liu>.'jOl1O! : to \'\IIII'll".11 I H'J. :M.m.ip.'r.)

nun__..__,.,__. : Market stood on Brown! Street. Now Alton's grocery and meat business Is housed In ,j., Knotting) ", h.1I coiuvnn >'ou Ivlpstisclotnir

ED'S GULF SERVICE : a modern/ new "convninc star" |lust to the rear of fh* old store location. i job, K'ttcr.fff \ .

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TUNE UP SPECIAL'VK i Reading On Par With StateSecond .. fl,' i, 4j

{ $6.95 Plus (Paris and fourth grade students Florida!! in Heading, accordingto be used as a basis for Improve .
6 in the Bradford County Mrs. Lucille Payne,elementary ment In reading Instruction Inthe
Cyl. $4.95 I'lus.l'artsNo Schools compare favorably with education supervisor.A county! Mrs. Payne says.

Appointment Necetsory other students over the state of sample of second and four- -
th graders in each school the
state were tested on their
t achievement in reading-related
) I skills in February 1971. Selection -
:. : of students to be tested was
e. 5 : based on a sampling plan in
: which only a portion of the students -
: in the schools were tested.
Keports giving results Of this
assessment have Just been released +
by the Department. of
Education. cOn "
the 43 items on the second
ALL O TOF ,, grade test,. Bradford County;
students were significantly below -
the state average in} two
areas: identification of sentence -
TURKEY/ beginnings and sentence
endings. In all other areas
they did as well as other students -
a tested Mrs. Payne states.
The fourth grade test inclu-
ded 111 objectives of which Bradford .
County students were above
.. __ ._. .. 'h' the state average in three areas:
j .
following directions,identifying
.. main events in the proper order
'# and in Identifying' the meaning
'i\:\.' ';..o,: \ I of punctuation marks and capi-
.ior." ', r, : tal letters. These students were

;;\\r S ... ......... "!"" .,.. below st < veltJa! ol'ro: ,. '. "'Em' -\ -....... I"' ./iiO'. .Jo! .,1..... ;. don of the medfarjtt>nsoftantjsound \' J
Mi."j3 :: II/ jAS )Ydl MM "
:. ; ;/ N.wt' .a.Y A I in'words.,! W-Ju'lWher I !
... .. : ",,\:' 'i",_" : '. objectives fourth grade students,
r :1 R In Bradford County did as Veil
,0.1 OS
,'i d/ I4' as other students In the state.

A detailed report of strengths '
YES, Hut Full Of Thankfulness. We Are and weaknesses in readingrelated .
skills as measured by the
State Assessment Program\ will
THANKFUL ." .: I. be distributed to elementary

.', For Our : Freedom To Think And Speak And Plan Our principals and teachers and will .

Lives As We See Fit. Fi111118heading .'
Rii iiu>o'4niaii

"** ;, A gifted busiiio.xxni.iii with ,

The Peace And Which great concern for (li'Vi'lftpiniruilcqu.itc I
For Prosperity Is Ours Music rviuliiiK skill
has helped| l enable more than "

THANKFUL two million Anierk'tin I ntul '

., i English: schoolchildren to

For God's Gift Of Life On This Bountiful Earth. road.The businessman, the late.

r' Ii Eugene: .! Kelly who \\a-i president -
:A. b of Coca-Col.i of Canada.Kiivo .
,.. i : : l lrr J:1
r5:5- several million dollars ;

to the "initial teaching alphabet \- .r1Y91 -
.1-\. 'ff j[. !f '
Foundation" in Hempstead -
';'1' Today, thanks t to Mrs 1 -
f fabl Kelly's foresight and financial Our Best Prices QS

I <,<"\ 1 help| many American school
.' are utinit the 44-lcttcr pho Offered Yet On '
netic alphabet to tcaih students -
to read l 1'1'0I'el'I.\-and A s

with excitement, Sir James !New 1972 Magic -- '
Pitman who pioneered and, 1
I at developed the nlphabetpointy.
oaf that the 44. letter represent Chef Gas Ranges _
the more than 2.000 J+.

souiuU in the EtiKlNh lanjruajre. y
ti ._-. '
i t.a. (there lire no capital, I II hllL9 'I'Iywac

I in i.t.a.. capitaU are simply \
written larger i i il used with \
Free Admission great result In teaching
vworc oar!
problem/ readers. Recently: rHO'

If You Doubt This Statement Come for example. several daycare
By enters in Eas( Harlem and -
LIft- .
:., the Bronx.: New lurk have hmo".b'.coo"' uy
And The Fine And top.
See Unusual
Very reported I excellent: resultus- Oven window; ,ondTIght) Clock with 1 hour timer Removable oven
Intr i.t.a. to h'lIl'1l-al1ll moti door
end door .
Collection Of Originat'Carved Birds 1I1"1)1I111f.. pre-school chil- Lift-up, cook top Removable oven door 1
dren to read.Publi.hers.
THE WEEK OF 27 hove responded Only 36" VYld.
NOVEMBER quickly& : -more than U'O' offer DELUXE
<. i.t.n: book. in the '
there. than Budget Price
are to.hlmOl'e
'\THE ARTIST,' REV. M.E. DRAKE WILL BE ON HAND'MONDAY 2.000 item in the i.t.a. ,

NOV. 27. FROM 12:30 UNTIL 3 P.M. library .s
Numerous school districts
:!! $249O
FRIDAY, DEC'. 1 '- FROM 12:30: UNTIL 5:30: P.M Across the country have % ."SI84

0 e- adopted medium. the -new.. teaching w.T.

Our Man Hourt thru' Th..., t ". !. 3 Pm.ind..t..m.S30pm. OFFER GOOD TILL DECEMBER 23
'Generator .
Cl.i.d Situtfry
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FIRST FEDERAL bond Issue reserve tunas available
I'I'fr' : .. for utility;) repairs or additions !- SawyerSladeGas : << '
I | Savings) and Loan Association of Starke then budget the balance -
1 ,
UJlIl over a period of years. ) And Appliances
Tucker's advice Is, after pro-
TILCPHONf lit S300 ject costa have been deter- .
The house 01 Satin*.*' 3U W "MADISON"' $T. JL mined to approach local Institutions 332 I/. Madison St. Phone oij-7701
ALSO"' SOOM. KIYSTOMI ?,??, about borrowing the

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r Car (From POB 1)) .- .. r"" Court Session Begins Mon.

of passing an ordinance reII'lI learned from the high
I lating signs and that Stark. and that any. hejp. would 17 persons are scheduled to
may have to take the same welcome. have their cases.broucbtbetoreCIrcuit BillrStacy, charged with assault charge i of carrying a conceal:
step. Councilman Orle Court Judge George 1.. upon an officer by a state harm was put on probado
I No laws regulating signs came back with'the\ Patten, after pleading notguilty; prisoner for a' term of one year.
other than those that obstruct that the city tried DCT .to charges against them In a Lucian locker: charged with Cunmlogswaschargad
views of others are In effect and It circuit Court session beginning firearm. with aggravated assent
some Urn. ago carrying a concealed .
j In Starke. The sign that Johns stopped after' one of the Monday. Dee. !. Claude Milliard, charged with pled guilty to the charge SB
Is talking of was there before ers was Injured. McRae The persons and cases are assault with Intent to murder was put on three years probe
the Dairy Queen was bllCity ferred the proposal to Andrew Maxwell Allen., and a separate. charge of aggravated don. "
"r Clerk Merrill Edwards point Streets Committee for charged with assault by a state assault and carl''lnlra Billy Powers was'chargtwith .
out. vestigation. hI, y prisoner with deadly weapon., concealed firearm. breaking and entering aa
The sign owned by a Tampa Schaefer also asked If Floyd Lagrew, John Paul Mike Damttee and Alvin Underhill put on three years probate
company Is on the private property city has an easement to Knowles, William Lee Taylor both charged with Illegal pleading A' guilty.
of Fro Strickland. The out the ditch behind Sar. and Earl The each charged posseslon of hallucinogenic: pre-sentence Investigate
council recommended that Heights and whether 7.n ''with escape from a state prison. drugs and Illegal delivery of the was ordered on Ralph KM
Yates charged with usntiwith :
Johns contact Strickland and should be Installed In drug.
ask that Strickland talk to Ute of a bridge on Myrtle Stanley William Newman,Jr., Johnny Thompson charged intent to commit murder
Trials will start Monday
owners of the sign about movIng Chairman McRae turned charged with attempted escape. with receiving stolen property i
9 and will last until th
d. It back from the road. Ideas over to appropriate Andrew Maxwell Allen Fred who was arraigned last Friday. ajn.
s! McICae referred Johns' com mittees. Will!. Sturgli and Rome Gilmore Five persons failed to appearat cages are finished.
,/ plaint to city attorney George Gene. Rayburn director L ,, each charged with pos court during arraignments.two *
Pierce who stated that there the City; Recreation Department y a3 seslon of a'weapon' by, a state : weeks ago. I
were no laws concerning signs reported the recommendation Three that have already been W. are giving the trees
Councilman Charles Schaefer of the Recreation i sanitary plumbing and steam sentenced, are James Henry around our house notice Ant
suggested that the council con that Jim Bloodworth be reappointed t h.at1nIappar.tu.." Cole who plead guilty to the leaf that It not shed by nail'
weekend will
sider utilizing DOT student labor for another term go unraked.
from Bradford High School five years in view of his"tireless The school actually movedto
particularly on cleaning out and unselfish service." Its new location now grown

c some town. of McFSae the said ditches the around availability McRae referred to the council's the recommendation painted and repaired evtslde, and with central airocalldlliongin.! to term.27 The acres description, for the Is 1914-15 of old ONLY THE VERY RICH

of such help could beIt creation Committee. ", '. Club stands ready for yet another era on th* corner of Walnut 'c' Building torn down last CAN AFFORD
year to make room for a succession CHEAP AIRCONDITIONING
of buildings of a new
Christmas Parade (From Page i) high school that will include

I t carpeted floor, airconditioning -
r Club (From" Pa9 i) and central heat and mov-
l the Youth Fellow- and Starke .
Department, Supply Jaycees.The : able .
partition walls. The entire .. QUALITY WORKDOESN'T
ship of the First United Methodist parade will form on Adkina BUS Is 4
plant now valued
Church of Starke first Street south of the .t'0 '" COST IT PAYSIIOWN
I home "We rigidly enforce good order The Bradford County High at several million dollars.
Christian Church of and football 9:30
.Starke at
field : a.m. In- continued to do businessat
but In such way that It School
Baldwin Chevrolet Olds. Other will start downtown at : ." The Woman's Club acquiredthe IEFIIGERATIOI
Is pleasant and profitable to the old stand at Walnut and
entries will be by Johnson' Farm a.m. building prior to 1918. Since
good and Jefferson for more than 20
oppressive i
then It has been extensively WEATIIKKTROMHEAT'
s only to a bad one. years The building was then AID CON ITIG IING
a pri- 1 remodeled : from the :: HUMPS
Parents who do not wish their two stories with a single story
CHAIRMAN PARADE 'I,o.1-: .called children governed are requested wing attached. ground up using only the foundation -
In of the old school build-
P.O. BOX 1116 not to send them to our Graduating classes were Ing. I 226 S.'Walnut St. STAKKM.% %4-773.
the school. Young rowdies, and small In those days, and there
STARKE FLA. 32091 Feb.27, drunkards and libertines and are several accounts In The
Its tobacco worms will save traveling Telegraph where elaborate
YOU CAN COUNT" ON. Us,; WE WILL PARTICIPATEIN It Is expenses by not coming commencements were held fora ti--
THE ANNUAL STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY pri to enter our school graduating class numbering Starke
two or even one lone senior
known under the name It still carries who must have felt mighty im-
DEC. 9. AT 9:30: A.M. Orange today came into being In 1891. portant or mighty lonesome, up CHRYSLERPLYMOUTH

.......................................------- March Announcement 6 Issue was of made The Telegraph in the- on Soon the after stage' 1910 all by It was himself.obvious ; -

(NAME OF ORGANIZATION. CLUB CHURCH OR closed of that year as follows: the town was outgrowingthe
INDIVIDUAL) sum- old frame school house. .
BRADFORD COUNTY Saturday, July S? 1913 was f

...................................-..-..--.--- three' HIGH SCHOOL an eventful day In Starke the when
freeholders went to polls
(SIGNED) edition.- "The Starke above school has been and voted 115 to 44 In favor : 301 N. Starke

.....................-..........-.--..-.--.-- of to- purchased a Company and is now consisting controlledby of of school bonding building for a to new be $30.000 locatedon 964-6600

TYPE ENTRY chil the business and professionalmen nine acres of properly front.
of the town of Stark who Ing on Temple Avenue' and lying .1
Starke bar the Inclination the ability between Eighth and Ninth Is Happy To Announce
( )Streets.In .
guid and the means of makingthe now Washington
most practical and thorough That Frank Jarvis Has Been
UANIELS SUZUKI CENTER INC. Loon- Its July 18, 1913 Issue ,
school In the State. The
and The Telegraph proudly announced Employed As A New And
ail NORTH MAIN 87..*.." GAINESVILLE.Chrlst"a. of buildings have been remodelled that "the structure will Used
of throughout .'n( such! manner as be of the Gothic style of ar- Car Salesman.
later to make dam: both commodious chitecture softened with some
Cycle Accessories
Make: Ideal l Xmas Starke and elegant In style withan Moorish features two stories Frank Would Like To FRANK JARVISRemember
Gift Helmet. .Loon- aye to convenience and com- and basement 126 feet,frontage -
Lar.We, 1'00111. Shift, of Mrs. uri especially. 75 feet wide at the ends Invite :\Ullis Friends To Come

,Available tioftftloii, Clove Inn. "They.have. .bad. the Institution the central front being recessed And See Him.
3 Light! etc. Looney Incorporated and have succeeded 15 feet. From the rear By
will spring an L In which the
I, and he securing the services
in the of Professor G. C. Looney auditorium/will be located spacious -
12,000 Miles or 12 Months Warranty .. the famous Southern scholar enough to seat 600 peo- We Strive To Satisfy

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.: TA#Sweetest Strnebtrrlti THls Sld o/ Heaven

,I.,, Ti Downed, 26-18

,h'.. Santa Fe Raiders

:;" BHS asketballers / By

\ .

1 Face In Season's FinaleCharles

tf.'r;; 1 Tough League

'; ; McCray rushed for 131 yards Friday night and

: 'In1972.-73 SeasonReturning scored three touchdowns as the Santa Fe Raiders tamed

the Tigers from Lake Butler 26-18.

six starters froma actually have,".the coach says. The BHS coach thought For Aa Santa Fe handed the TIgers Two running plays only moved age to excite their fans Just
basketball team that was 14- One thing lacking in prac- rest and Vanguard would be in t M their second loss In their the ball out only a yard. Lake before the close of the half.
9 In 1971-72 plus added depth tices so far is consistent out- the same Class 3A state district last three outings, the Raiders Butler punted on third down Following a 24-yard kickoff
gives Bradford High eagers a side hooting provided last season with his Tornadoes this also won the Class AA District and the Raiders took over on return by Curtis Slrmones, the
chance to play winning ball In by Bernard Williams, Sex- season, and scheduled the two Three championship and birth the Tiger 24-yard line. On the Tigers took over on their own
what is expected to be a very ton admits. This team has people teams so his players could In the state playoffs.The first play from scrimmage, 40 vard line. On first down
tough league In 1972-73. like Danny McKlnney Willie face some of the teams they score was the closest Charles McCray sprinted a- green hit fullback Bennie Boy-
"We've got 13 good ball'players Newsome and Malachi would meet in the state play Leading runner'' for Santa Fe Charles McCray gain thing about the game as Santa round left end for the score. kins with an aerial for 24 yards
and 10 of them could be Henry who are capable of sup- offs. But the districts were yardage on the left fide of the field as he did all nightto Fe's defense held Lake Butler's Rusty Irby's extra point attemptwas and a first down on the .Raider
starters on anybody's, team," plying consistent points, from changed again and itdldn'twork gain 131 yard rushing against Lake Butler last Wednesday potent running attack to only 44 good and Santa Fe led 7-0 35 yard line.
Coach Mike Sexton says of Ms outside Sexton points out, and out that way. yards rushing, while their own with 7:51: remaining In the first Then from the 35,Green dropped -
1972 cage squad which opens several newcomers who can ni ght. offense proved nearly unstop- half.Following back to pass, but a heavy
play next Friday, Dec. 8, In score. pable, amassing more than 230yardj the kickoff Lake rush was on as usual by Santa
St. Augustine. The Tornado five "We're looking for big things on the ground. Butler was unable to pick up Fe. The Raider defenders
will open at home next Satur- I tell you, If we can Just over- Lithe Butler's on'y scoring the necessary yardage for a chased the scrambling quarterback -
day against. a tough Santa Fe come the height," says Coach Keystone Cagers threat wis the strong arm of first down and had to punt the all the way back to his
team. Sexton "We have to every year. quarterback Dale Green who hit ball away. Santa Fe took over own 40 yard line where he threw

Work In BUS round ball practice "I think we 'can do it with TD strikes of 35, 30, and 22 on Its own 39 yard line. the ball on the run. The tremendously
so far has been strictlyon our running game and aggressive yardi/ Behind the around end running long pass then found
defense and the running defense. That will be the After an exchange of punts of McCray and quarterbackMike Curtis Sirmones on the receiv-
game Coach Sexton says. Nota equalizer." Opens omorrow .. !and a turnover ',t each: team: Magura, the Raiders ing end at the 10 yard line,
single offensive play had been The 1971-72 'Tornado Improved Santa Fe made the game's moved the ball down to the Tiger surrounded by two would-be
Installed until this week. to 14-9 from a dismal first scoring threat as they 4-yard line in seven plays, the tacklers. Slrmones eluded bothto
"We're building everything 1-19 record the 1970-71 season marched from their own 44 yard longest a 24 yard gainer by Ma put Lake Butler on the score
around thata running ball If this year's squad can Against BunnellSports line down to the Tiger. goal gura. On first and goal from the board with 1:46 remaining till

club with an aggressive defense match that. sit line. On a two yard carry by four, McCray again swept a- halftime.
." Sexton says It will will be a tough season McCray the Raiders picked upa round left end for the score. Following the second half

again be the exciting brandof for Bradford High basketball- spotlight at neyaiu"' .... Ketch first down on the Lake Butler The extra point kick was good kickoff Lake Butler got Ita
basketball, fast paced and erg, not because the Tornado Heights High School centers on 17 points per game and 10 rebounds A Junior, 6-2, a forward. 9 yard line. Santa Fe, however, and Santa Fe led 14-0 with 2:32: first big break of the game as
furious, that drew a record five will be weak but rather the basketball floor this weekas varsity game Is also could not put the ball Into the remaining In the half. Dwayne Alexander fumbled and
Senior Tony Burke, 6-2, forward -, scheduled for both nights.Game Lacking ball possession muchof Bryant Newsome recovered for
number of Bradford High students because of a host of other Coach Stefan Brokas gets endzone In four plays, as
to basketball games last good cage teams on the BHS his cagers In shape for the first also a point producer on time for with the the JV game is 6:30: Butler's goal line defense held the first half and with quarterback the Tigers on the Raider 30 yard
last P.m.
year's team which scored varsity game Dale Green under con- line.
season. schedule.On two games of the season, bothon and the Raiders had to turn
Seven lettermen''' return- right Holies Indians six wins, returns too. Burke scheduled Immediately after- the ball over on the one foot stant pressure by the Raider
are paper, now, the home court this wards. (S.. Page 12)'COOPER'S )
voted the
was most Improved front line, the Tigers did man-
Ing from last season's squad has the finest team In the area, weekend. line.
player the 71'
which lost only one starter. according to Coach Sexton,with None other than Bunnell High on squad.
Rounding out the seniors
But that ,player was Bernard six players 6-4 tall or better, School comes to town Friday 6-5 Jay Ellis, who should give are pJUUHJUUL"1 aa BOO BDPBoaBfloo B e. aaB BB BB oi o. t a t t p B a_oj_MA JL?_ t
Williams, the team's leading plus a couple of good players night for the Indians season some good rebound
scorer and most consistent have been'added to the team opener. Bunnell made it all strength,
and 6-0 '
Larry Vaughn.
shooter who averaged 16 points this season. the way to the Class IA state
Lanky forwards
per game. Senior Cleveland Orange Park will have a good semi-finals last year. They'llbe 6-2 Bobby Grayson NURSERY
and Mike Jowers
Simmons was the only other basketball team, returning four bringing an experiencedteam 6-2 guards Robin Henderson,
player lost. of six starters. The Raiders and will definitely be ; ,
5-9, and Larry Turknett
Two year lettermen, Danny were the top team In the Florida favored over the Indians. ,
McKinney and Malachi Henry Star Conference last year, Saturday night Cedar Key Grayson are the,Juniors Henderson on the and squad.Turk- AND
are returning. One-year let- beating the Tornadoes five and High 'School Invades the In- nett
termen Able Williams and Cur- relegating them to second place. dims! gym. If past garnaa are are, returning lettermen.
tis White are back, both are Fernandlna Beach is expectedto any Indication, It'll be afscrap- Three sophomores completethe
Juniors this season, plus sen- have agood club,Sexton says, py fight the entire game.Coach 11-man roster: Darrell
iors Vernon Barber, AI Berry, and Green Cove will field its Brokas reports that Cedar Key White, 5-10, and Don WIngate, CO.--
and Willie Newsome. usual fine basketball team. doesn't field a football team, 5":10: both guards, and Lester. LANDSCAP.I.e

JJta:>m_the .JuAJ .varsity The Blue Devil team Includes , .\---- .."........- ._..... .. '" .
squad Tare Terry-Hayes and cone' former- Bradford High "fever" ,at the Gulf Coast -' --

Eddie ;BlaJocJv) both iJuniors;, ,starter in senior Jimmy Ricks community Shooting Clinic I \ -
Sheldon I Hodge, Bonnie Sewell son or Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy According to Brokas, Indian ;

and Alvaughn Golden, all sophomores Ricks of Starke, Ricks, now practice sessions have' been Set.SaturdayFor .
.' 6-4, quit the BHS squad last going pretty well. But explains ,
An addition to student| -iitui year, after lettering in basket- Brokas, "Several (five) of ,
squad Is transfer Ran- ball and track, and this termIs the players Just got off the foot- Ages ,,,7-14 SilLE
dall] Crawford, originally from attending school In Green ball team and It's Just going to
Bradford County, but whose family Cove Springs. take a little while for them to The
moved to Texas and now Two additions to the 1972-73 get adjusted to bouncing the Starke Jaycees will hold'a
has returned to Bradford. Good Bradford cage schedule are two ball Instead of carrying It." Shooting' Education Programfor
enough to Coach Sexton decideto of the top teams in Class 3A boys and girls ages seven
list of
Heading the returning through 14.
carry a 13th man on the in ,the state: Ocala Forrestand letterman for the indians is The program will be heldon Ota a o o L JAM." .. : _*. JL A J''JUULft' :
iquad Crawford is
becoming Ocala Vanguard.
adjusted to the BITS brand of ; in 3A 6-0 Bobby Hurner. Voted themo.t Saturday, December 2, 1 1"
runner-up competition last (IN STOCK FOR CHRISTMAS) 1.98
basketball.Able player on p.m., at the New National Guard Ligustr.U
last .
in the state season. year's team. he averaged over Armory located GAL. REG.2.49 Eo.
Williams, 6-1 forward, Forreit lost its starting five on

started every game for BITSlast through graduation but has a Road.The will have Trail I Bikes East Palatka (With B.rry )
season. lie Is the top scorer Junior varsity team coming up Reserved Seats Instructors as
.and rebounder returning, that went 25-0 last season that a National Guard HOLLY 1195BY
averaging 14 points and 11 rebounds includes a 6-10 performer con- Sold Weapons Team from Camp ROCKFORD & RUPP 5 Gal. 3' To 4' Size
Being Blanding The Guardsmen will
last sidered excellent ball
per game season. an player E
Curtis White, 6-1, became a Coach Sexton notes. Vanguard For BasketballAn o demonstrate and explain different W. At Cooper Are Offering ; WINTER
starting center types;) of weapons. They will 25.00On Bike Tricycle 891S
as a sophomoreIn is returning everybody off a *,
mldseason last year He ball club that went 19-6 last sea- ,"adults only" reservedseat give Instructions In which in a shooting Wagon .It* Not A Gimmick All ANNUALS Doz. Rog. 99<
program each -
averaged 10 points and 10 rebounds ion. section will be placed aside will shoot a BB participant Gun. Trade Ins To Be Donated To Goodwill
per game while steadily for the 1972-73 Bradford They will be broken up into <> For Boys & Girls Less Fortunate This
Improving. Teenage Rec High basketball Chri'tma*.We Have A Lay Away Plan.
Playmaker Willie Newsome, Mike season two age groups, 7-10 and 11- Plants In i Tubs 20% OFF
a ball handling whiz, averaged Program SetBeginning There Sexton has announced. 14. Each age group will com n o q o a o a on a o o o a a a o a a a a a oajt
no price difference
for medals
pete shooting
points per game last season -, In
the tickets, which cost $11
the first three places receiv
mostly from the outside
Monday, December for 11 home games. The seats ing medals. Each participantwill
Sophomores Sheldon Hodge, 4 the Pratt Street Recreation
will be opposite from the scor-
6-2, and Donnle Sewell, 6-2, Center will be open exclusively ers table, In the first two sec also receive a certificate
and a wallet size card to show
are two ,players"who could give forteenagers during the tions. FREE DRA WING
they have completed the safety -
us help right Coach
away, hours of 7 until 10 p.m. "Just had real good student
Sexton says of his new play- The Center will be open four support last year. We expect There program.are no fees to be

ers.and Both' both are are. capable good rebound-scorers -. above nights hours each on week Monday under, Wed-the them same this turnout year and," says support Basketball from- we charged urge for all parents this activity to encourage and-*> FOR SAFETY HELMET & ARTIFICIAL PLANT IN TUBFOR

nesday, Thursday and Saturday; Coach Mike Sexton.
their children to take advantage -
Hayes 6-2 and 190
evenings. 40 reserved seats out of an of this program. ( BIKES) (VALUE 25.95)) (Value 35.00))
pounds, provides basketball these hours and
During boys available 112 have already, been Participants sign at
may up
squad with some this needed physical girls must be at least 13 years sold. For Information contact the Bradford Middle School and DRAWING TO BE HELD DEC. 22, 1972 (DON'T HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN)
strength season" of age to participate: the Recreation Coach Sexton or Charlotte the Starke Recreation Department -
"Improved 100 per cent Is
Department states. Green at 9646640.
Coach Sexton's description of Redb.rry IS" To 24" FLA. HUMUS

Hayes basketball play. The big ... ... 98 1ge
starting tight end on the BHS ... ,J' S LE:: : PYRCANTHA Go!. Reg. 2.49 PEAT BU. BAG

football team this season has ........ ..... ,
matured and moves around .... '\IIi LIVE PLANTS Centipede
much better, the coach notes. lr :\ ,,.. : ... lit SORO 2 14
98 SOD
Also sporadic last season both ", ... "" .. : Dish Gardens EACH SQ. FT.
Malachi Henry, and all-round '. ,
\ ' ..iI''
athlete and second leading area. ''''' ." :"',-- ,.._ . ; MOWERS Good Supply Holland & CHRISTMAS Rid wood Reg. 5.95
Tornado football '
scorer as .

running have back,proven and Danny scoring McKInney ablllty. -- 10 % OFF BULBS POINSETT Bird Feeder 4 !

Both played extensivelylast .
season. So did Vernon Bar- :-::::;' ; NEW SHIPMENT
ber a strong BUS football line ., ,
backer and tackle, who can ; 9S

move fast has muscle, and .' .,'r.t / :: "" CHRISTMAS DOOR WREATHS Rei. 5.95 4
can also shoot a basketball. '. l "
Coach Sexton says that, right : V V'w ; .
now, he has 13 basketball play- ." i'y.)
ers on Ms 1972-73 team. In ; "' 'I" ..f..." ,., Thank You Mr. &Mrs. Starke, Fla. We Appreciate Your Business That You Have

fact, there Is no weak player. .. ." .. d { ..' Given Ut For The Past Year. We Pledge Ourselves A New Each Day To Give You In
This team has 13 players all "
switching oft at different positions ",' Return The Very Best n Landscaping, & Lawn Maintenance Service 'With A Garden
In practice and who : : '
can play when called on. Sexton :It: : J raar Center Completely Stocked With AU Your Lawn & Shrub Needs. Our People Are

says, he emphatically.states that 10 Repeatedly of t the- .. ',' .. .''." ,t Trained To Serve You & Your Needs In A Most Professional Manner. Call Us For

13 could be starters ,
players ,
this week. ..C' Your Need. Today.

"Everybody has looked real .. .. -. f
impressive," says Sexton, entering '
Ms fifth season as BHS ..;- '
varsity; cage coach. r : "
"We have lot of people r' "
a I.
. .', capable of playing. The next .... : ;. F_ COOPER'S NURSERY( & LANDSCAPE CO.
.", .\'.r: 1-1/2 weeks of practiceand.the ,.. ... P" "' ; ., .

first five ballgames before ESTIMATE 961-8104 2111 NORTH TEMPLEAVE. STARKE FLA.
Christmas break will tella Led Butler's Alfred Watkins 42 Is FREE. ,
number downed hard by a Santa Fe man lest Wednesday .
club lot and about. how the much kind depth of we night In Santa Fe after making yardage after an Interception. y ti_ t tjLi A'JUULM 9 I 1 t nOB tt lttMttmtittltfltlitlittlililittiifttltittttttt s 1 1 M

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Hi KH Girl CagersKeystone Bantam CageProgram My Neighbors Men PlayingVolleyball

JV CagersOpen Heights girl cagers added 8 Karen Moor OpenRegistration A reminder that Volleyball

romped 43-14 over hapless, Bell .4, and Carolyn Jordan 2. 1\ will be played each Wednesday
High with Chris Brokas .leadIng Jeanlne Wllcox for the Bantam
grabbed 12 at 7:30
r evening beginning :
8 Boy Basketball >
the girls with 21 points. rebounds to lead the KH girls.Carolyn 10- -1211. now Program ages the [ .. p.m. for men at the starke
Tuesday night In Keystone. underway at .Lr: .
Jordan had 8 rebounds I '. I Recreation Department.
I Jordan Starke Recreation Department. 'iJ ,'.' f/1.
I Ir Carolyn was next In Sandy Cook 6. Chris Brokas 5, } time the
Bradford High Junior varsity; Registration At the present men
the points department with 14. Karen forma may be :
basketballs will their and Moore 2 In a good f) are more or less choosing
open picked >> at ttie Pratt
She also snagged two rebound. up Street '''' ..
defensive effort which ; : ,
season Friday tight apparently Center Practice o ,, "" teams and playing Recreation
for KH. sessions are .' '''
In St. Augustine paying.Uo gave Keystone team : Director Gene Rayburn states.
Stephanie Bannister and San- held each Tuesday Thursday 0 -
Baby Yellow Jackets prior to die Cook each tallied six points the win evening the girls record and Friday, 3:30 -' 5:30 p.m. ..-" .".". ':'".... .... ::'' : Later on If a desire is shown
the varsity at 1-1 at that point. .. I" -.. to do so permanent teams will
game.JV for the Indians. SandIe was the and November .' .*
practices started the first leading rebounder with three. 28. f' --. :.T-r be formed and a league schedule -

Monday after football season The female cages now havea drawn up.
ended Nov. 17 with 34 players 2.2 season record so far Small FryRegistration ''I' Anyone. age 18 and over Is

out. The team has been cut falling In the hands of Cedar / Invited to come down, to the
to 25 sine pracdce began. The Key and Clay High and revenging Men's "Oh boy-that's: what I old armory and Join In the
last cut of ninth and tenth graders back to Cedar Key for a Flag. wanna be when I grow upl" fun play volleyball and, get

1* expected next Wednesday victory and then Bell. Still Open Play-Off Set a little exercise Rayburn says.
according to Coach Steve Thursday night the Indianswill

Buahore. face off against Cross Cityat Registration Is still open for
Some of the players looking the Keystone High gym. the Small Fry Winter Program Men's
Play-off for the Flag
good are Elva Hampton Randy (Photo By Set.,. Hate) for boys, ages 7-8-9 the Starke Football Championship will be
Martin David McMlllian. The Keystone girl cagers Recreation Department announ held Thursday November 30
James Aldrldge Frank Perry Lake Butler 'quarterback Dale Green tables Cedar ,
meets loco to turned the on Key ces.
and Wayne Perry. Two of loco with Santa F..s Leroy Boyd in high school football in another hotly contested ball Included In the program will 7:30 Starke: p.m.Recreation at Westsldo Department Park the

these are returning from last action lost Wednesday night In Santa F.. Tho Raiders game which they won 26-221ut be Indoor poly-hockey basketball announces.
year. They are Randy Martinand Tuesday night again in Cedar volleyball and air
contsonfly hard rifle.
David McMlllian. put a rush on Green, hurrying his usually Badcock Furniture and Kitchen's
Key. Cedar Key edged 37-35 All the
activities will be held
effective ,, ,, TUe will be battling for
The biggest thing we haveto throwing. past the Indian girls in their in the Old Armory each Monday the league title and trophies.The .
overcome Is getting the experience opener the previous week.. and Wednesday afternoon
wound the
two teams
enough to be able to Chris Brokas again lad the 3.30( 5:30 up
Tigers Downed : : p.m. The boys may regular season with Identical
compete In high school basket .
'. KIt{ girls with 10 points; she pick up registration forms at records forcing the playofffor
ball level. said Bushore. scored I 17 In the losing causein the Pratt Street Center. Sessions -
( the
11)) championship.
"We have a lot of"speed FromjPog. the first game Sandv Cook began monday, Nov. 27.
but not to much height com-
mented Coach Bushore. en first down Dale Green wentto

..the air. and hit n Alfred_ 'Watkins / us

Mark Hodges with a 3ii yard I 1U pass. With ?I. en-* ,: C '
the Raiders leading 14-12 and ,a, e.w.s rr/ p,
-.w 1011
42nd In Fla. 10:32: remaining In the third; rMN. IMw N{

quarter Lake .Butler missed a,
Distance chance for a tie as the officials J' '0, Y
ruled Fred Slrmones had ., .
(Hodges represented
Bradford High thlnclads last trapped the pass from Green fit it soda tir it Aar ,:y..

weekend Lake Worth In the the extra point attempt., -i) L{ "t..? a-pc. CRYSTAL CUT .
state 3A cross country championships It was early In the fourth : IVERAGI SET

placing 42 In field quarter before Santa Fe could
of 120 of the state's best run- put Its offense back Into ) .
ners. Starting from their own 13 yard

The meet was held on a very line the Raiders moved the ball 1
tough course that traversed a out to the 44 where It was third
. park wound around a lake and and two for''the first down
finished down a long golf driving Senior tailback CharlesfcCrJ;

range which slowed times then cracked off left tackle, -
up quite a bit more than us- eluded two Tigers and sprinted

ual.Hodges 49 yards down to the Lake ,
was the 'only quallfled Butler 13-yard line before being -*!
runner for state from Bradford pulled down from behind.)
High this year. Ills timeof On fourth down from the 11,- Men's \
the course in Lake Worth Santa Fe picked up a big first c.,
l t
was 14:27: seconds. down with Just Inches to spare; Dress Pants Spay Clixire
"1 thought Mark did a fine as quarterback Mike Magura hit

Job running his race exactly Charles Smith with an 8-yard ,TMtt Superbly tailored 1 Q CleanupieFaitasdk ; the

u we had planned. A Junior. pass. On first, and goal front jalgCd .p' by Nation's No. 1 O tl Holiday ,the.< easy
Mark has plenty of experienceso the three, MagUra' kept the ball Maker ,m assorted Boys'J way

I expect him to be rightIn up the middle for the score' blends all top rRi11 e Spray On-Wipe, Off(
the thick of the race next The extra polpt attempt failed quality' fabrics Men's Leather "'. 10 Speed Racers Ready use, Noringing.

year." commented Track. Coach as Santa Fe extended I lis lead'to t e Wide, selection of ''l e Lightweight bike, features tlio lotast' .in Cleans
Grover Howard. 20-12 with 6:06: remaining' Men's Quilt Lined Suede JacketsHandsomely' I Imported Shoes
colors 'in solids racers ,including, Wrapped dropped s d.t washable sure
In the game. checks stripes. hand lobo's; Slim-line odiustablo seat Y I I t faces
with SO'lll.kt shoes Rossi
styled Italian
Starting from Its own 14 yard oti) e
and patternse Back & Front hand brakes Kickstand e With, type
collar'k/ .
line, Lake :Butler marched right
back as Green picked up IS yards. \ & Sues, 30 to 42 Tan. Sizes, S, M. and LOur e Loathvt, uppers and soles. e Center Pull 'Caliper' brakes sP'0 yer.fords. .
on a keeper atuUhen! hltStanley /). loafers & boots & 'Shmono'vea are also e 32 <

bung with a "43 yard 'aerial' e Black brown and tan outstanding features t { m .. n a"
for a first down on the Raider e Sues, "to I 12 e Cold Black lope on handlebars2k1 '

14. 0 .count Pric. &a .
< Vi 0 -
...... f tI Fe's def nflye gefgndr' 4 Il 'r "rv .a II oaatefc** yiyii 'H' r..n. .,4 c.. tD. ld
j- !H..n 'came through for the* : .. PhanTOTIANO( l OSSIB't In ...". .Jq' /.'.IM.-. .r.... .116
,Haiders'as It broke up each of \"J Q""n_ .01.. ,1 IS ONNI0 / .. .
(:,el:1l'. four .1't
: paes@e nnrk the -
OUR OTZ'DKfT. ,. -.:' I Intel 1 Osmpei'e '
Tigers were unable to pick up. r 0
a first down. r Mil's "I -,- Pointed handlebars; 2 1r

After taking over on Its own 1 Cirdi igu '1.:.'.. :- _r\ way adjustable seat I -.. ;;:. ':,iiudr.: .. -...
14, Santa Fe was((orced to punt I f 'Sweaters e Dumper with lever ink a 0 Bounty Paper Towels 'fir;r
Travel 1 :! ,
the ball .O' ( redDiilrtrte'c ( n"i'l' 10 Pack
away as they to were 3. orange or e 100 sq. (t.I2C .. + I,!
unable to move the pigskin. Fol- f 65'- wool, 2plysheets Piper hash Can liners
Alarm Clock/ _
the Lake I
lowing punt Butler regained '+ .y 15'poly Fashioned """I""" ,
t, e E.uaHoar'
ferjurf y
on the Raider possession 36. of the ball 'i ?I$} !', ester, Worcester .her MOlflmy' :: : Hull l in. use i t.y, Fls, 20-30 gallon containers' '
+ + }; ; : e 2 pockets dishy,
yows'e ,
RCR., $;.96 e With ties <"rluderf
On first 'mJm'
down. Green pickedup SAVI.e"a tt
tJ e Leatherlike P I 10 Wan White" plasticwith I e30' 37

POULAN nine yards around right end buttons, blue Mow j ,
I I '
after finding no receivers open. Sale Price s-s. I e Handsomely .. design I ... ,' I 1\ a. Laseo
Then one secojnd) and one from knitted h
CHAIN SAWS .1 in Includes all the 'l"I\ I : ,.,
the 27, Gree hM.tfulY Ray Smith _, \ p n, assortedHoliday utensils, necessary to .
with his third' rb strike of the ; ft I
q colors.
For' Farm/ Ranch and night. Trailing 20-18 with 2:2: $3.96 I Sixes SM.LXLS girls complete kitchen' any little ED Kodak Instamatic L; I Eagle (Electric

Home Use remaining In the game Lake \ VI lOOM ?' Stylers
Butler had a chance to tie the .. .w..,...., .... 44 Gift Sets ,

Handy, LightweightEconomical game with the extra point conversion ." .... Play.DokFui .: I II e your, Styles & Sets:
but again it failed as ., riilJ hair
Santa Fe maintained Its lead. ;:. helo'',. Jr. N ,. I]-.n, e Remember this Christmas. with' pictures, fIII e Includes 3 attachments

Xnirt Itlen The Raiders scored their final las'J, 2 0 consul f PloyDone '"" -,. e Set ,includes Camera batteries. flash 2 combs, 1
: cube & 1 roll n26.111Jm, II ii
touchdown of the night as Dale c ;- SkiachlS/ 2 shape makers with 10. Fun Factory.| On. Year sees brush. IAVI teas
129.95 Warranty
FROM Green tried a desperation pass ,j."qnsl"mmo.; Jr. Extruder e eU L listed'
Gift, boxed <
with eight seconds In e o g.f
remaining _
/ ...MM o.. ." .mil .
the game. The wobbly; pass .IOO.nylon.; .,"" THIM-A.TKII sricrALsr *.7.94
however, wu'alertly picked off "I Concealed ) Cob -
'_ .
GRASSESEED by Leroy Boyd: who returned It t\s\ hood with L Sins Orunents ... .,
32 yards for the'score. l .VV I s # \ 2 patch .fJ 7 Proctor'Silei 'Modular'Spray \. S

Santa Fe, now 9-1 and ranked ,pockets. .",.. Bou"lulllo! s Orno Steam' VanWyck 3 .Speldmentsalldelicately

Lb..18 16th In the state In class 2A, .. .1 1 upper > Dry Irons Portable Milers.
-\ I .
faces District '. different .. .. .
Four Men's Thermal Underwear, pocket '
champ In-, i v e 3 tested' recipe speeds'"h

50 Lb. 6.99 ranked terlachen 15th 8-2.In the and first statet round *t e OIC. of I 1001O cotton shirts e colors Popular sT.i.
of the state playoffs' drawers. Doubly insulated 8-18.. .30.. e SoeThru water tank uses tap
Wallo. Drawer
100 Lb. 12.49 Lake Butler who to keep heal' I in cold out, ; r Eagle SO Petal -watere SAVI 3.DO'S. e storage
was prevlouely M, L XL IVWIttW: )I BliBkiw lilMs : 1le Storage'
taus seas Avocado !
ranked ninth concluded SAVI
uvs tax . tear
its season with the loss. I :*j ;., .::: ,' .. S Way' independent [? So 1.96
The /e ,. m ,lryQ ._ ..:......
ONION wannee Tigers Conteren 8-2.!;.lost.'dUe the three Su- o.. i"U ri Ew: > *JM< -_--:.,-:: .: blinking lights ... mil

SETS weeks ago u they were routed rROM OUB lADIfS'<& OIRIS* OlfTi
44-16 by Wililstoru Mei'i Uatker Dairy type Oifo'ds T DM/AC/
x age lJl'i Slim line
Famous comfort lost. f v' jL '
Lb .39 ST A nSTlcs' : !ladies' Acrylic Slacks SQ, ) !ladies' Block Sues 7 fa 12. j !> ::1 I + I'PIUSh 0 'Alarm' Radits;

LB S.Fe V\s /Njlon Rib Pullovers Poodle Radios
e I 100'; ocrylic I
IJIL Baa First Downs .6 12 t with (lore < c'a Instant On Sound Advanced
8.75 %ds. Rushing 44 283.i legs 100'a, nylon with Adorable plush toy conceals
Pull-on elastic .. Superheterodyne. .
J n.. 'layered look' solid state AM radio Battery circuits
Yds. Passing 196 8 ?
PC-PA-PI 8-23-2 1-6-1 waist! e Se-ni-icoop neck, .1; ladies' AciylK, Mops included .i High impact Ivory plastic
LEAVES ARE I C Fashion! colors' e Solid, color body. "ye Soft & fluffy' 100% ocrylic. e Pink, Blue, White save too U.L Lll''i..e., ears less
Penalties 111/2 I 1S e Sues 8 to 18. e Striped sleeves ,.e Tricot lined Lilac or gold. save I lax or Block with ,.,10 t1"

FALLINGSate e New Fashion gold. Sires ( to 10. o,o<*... collar & chain .. e.e. rm
colors '::," :

/Now / ; % Sites' S.M.L. 19t ., ".

Ckildrii's' 2 Iere( EAGEE I Ot EAGLE

No. 19178 SAVI1S% save .tax X1 Slipper Boots (afliHeaiy .
r ., e Red & blue cambi0.* Duty 30W Motor Oil ANTIFREEZE .
RAKE I !" \ notion Tricot Ion.d.';";"mI
..87'C.IDA 244 \f Sues 10 to 3. j"j 9/ .. R. $1.56
I it } a. >u 8. I
4 { 'HIAITM ftHAOIT A e Made from e00'i Pure Virgin '

;r Sirls' } ladies' C.ud.Ool I Ie SoUPrlc. / '.

t' :1 flannel boots 't' ,//T' Flannel loses High' detergent: oil' for/ mod- save sex : .

.. ?A or Pajamas 1 10 100'i cotton Fa.iwA Vicks ern engines, :..'D........ $1.33Metal ''o"i.) .

t ; eSS' polyirel rayon S 'r + )e Long sleeves' 0 Teeth Pale II 44 rdis/ r ...un __ _, .
I S**.' .1 f CoujUMulure t r
'I 35' cotton. I with ruffled i Cs.
I / e Long sleeves, I Ie I' t t hem. Glf u ._: 12) IX. &&
ONLY II =41 { Lace trin.e ;. e Full cut ( "'
I 1 Easy care lees Folding fridge Chairs
Assarted Holiday y e J* /
: ti prints, e Assorted I IIE .i Durable construction All' I Blankets

4- : A IE e Sues 4 5X-7 14 .'r !'Y prints.e IWHfp *Vae) ViheMlw metal! I "Conntri Pol,.. Acrylic

ta1nR.t.DatLLr t.j l Sues; 0ls She>e le Ideal for horn e SOr;; Polyester, 50'J Acrylic
a sous i jr. t 34 40 ;, Cato or office ,AvI..oa. S"
: .J i, I. v soussox 0 4tt. JteBCi Nylon binding
w? Iw .
,. v: r. /,,. io e w, Beigee..D M* ->.* .. I Washable; Slight\ irreaularse
V'l r J.IM'' ,in, r R ti j Q >:.UH ... Pink, Gold. White ,. .. it
e 72>?0 in. \
A DILLAR-4X. J) dollar, the
ton o'clock! sehwlarnrrivc on

." the" scene inuftrrjill.coltnnmantailorcd'khirtdrrn.i.. Bv 312 I. MADISON AVE. IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES USE OUR CONVENIENT

a tsw.iCM ccop. and Youngland.while strlpni If. rMures uhlrl a atop rod STARKE, FLORIDA FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE,'YOU'RE NOT .LAYEyRI ROUND' .

All D., W..4. .Marcus a navy Brothvrik.skirt .-ln.-cotton by _PH ONE 9 647511 SAVING MONEY PLAN.Bradford .

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Seminar Set

To Explain New SAVE yy, Qeati ,,
RDA Potential y

Congressman Don Fuqua baaamouncecI p- -- -- - - -- - - aerrew - -. - -
a Mmlnar to be held -

Thursday the potential Nov.\ of the 30. new to explain Rural I EXTRA XTRA EXTRA '
Development Act for counties L I I

In District., the Second Congressional ,. L1 : 100_ S&H GREEN ; I S&H GREEN I S&H GREEN I

Officials of Federal agencies I
that will be concerned with the ; STAMPS STAMPS I

RDA will appear) on the program I ON PURCHASES I ON PURCHASES 1 ON PURCHASES /
which will be held at 1:30 pjn.
at the Holiday\ Inn on 1-75 and I I TOTALING I TOTALING I TOTALING 1

that State"We to this Road do all program 20 not our. Gatiiesvtlle.want problems Is the to Infer answer but L) I I OrnN MMPa $500 to $999 I I' ONHN[TAMP. $10, to$14" I I 01Y[TAMP[[N[ $1500mo.e. ,

I do think It Is a significant limit I Coupon for family I limit 1 Coupon.for family I Limit I Coupon.for Family /
going to work. will require I I ----AT-
cooperation onthenaUonallta. BEEF PEOQ
Quantity Rights
and local levels. WINN-DIXIE STORES INC.
"What we hope to accomp. 430 WEST MADISON STREET Reserved COfYRIOHT 1973
lish is to make the economies
of the less populated areas
more productive for our young
people to remain In their home
towns and earn a good living" SAVE 3lc lb. W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEf fortorhouto. Club or W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BOTTOM W-D BRAND PURL

the Congressman said. T-Bone. Steak . $138 5 ROUND ROAST GROUND BEEF

((14.30 IB.ovg. ... FREE)

HAMPTONArea New York Strips -, $118 1 $m99

'NewsBy Sm okeuRHaam ..NA.K.r.RTIa1e53C. L B.61C .

PER la. PKG.
Evelyn V. Powell Rump Roast. . LI, $129 .


November Hampton 21 City, resolving Council several met on Chuck Steak . ... 88C SIRLOIN STEAK MEAy"oERS A'

Issues. ; h
Members motionby
Ted Curtis to have Nell Smoked Hams *LI65c
Tucker audit the City's books.
A bookkeeper will also be hiredto QUARTER. SLICED HICKORYSmoked
set up the books and help _

with the budget.Committees were appointedto Hams LI. 78C 3 < $128 .-.IM.". @t 3 II-oz. $1
see about the placement of HICKORY SMOKED MUD CURED PUB LI A U. S. CHOICE'

street street situations.lights and drainage and Ham Roast -88 LB' PKGS.

Other Issues discussed were .
concerning the ball field, trim <
mlng trees and the removalof a
dead ones and whether Cityor S S,
County .

teer Council Fire Dept.approved the sale ofa Ham . 98C s e| s u 3v.. $100] Potatoes 10io 68C Spinach .5 aa'l00 s Drinks 4 Sa s sloe
City-owned lawn mower to W-D BRAND CHUNK BRAUN-
change of locks on the City Schweiger 59C Corn ''KO.39c Corn 1 10 69C Juice 3 ."01, $100 I 29C

several owned complaints by the Waldrons about chickens and- Sausage. 2 "KO: $199 Vegets. 2 Kst $100 Apples .11 FOR 79C Cups 2 4 ficos.f K $1 I HO vw Wesson Oil : :,.98e':
Crawfords running loose. Mar- RIGHT FRESH LIQUID JOY (lie OFF) KRAFT. 1000 ISLEDressing
shal Parker was asked to contact Ham . 'fts $139 GU..Ai
them and request that the Deodorant CAN77c: Apples 5 869c Detergent :.2om,39c': 3 I'IS$100':
kept penned
Mayor Thomas donated his$10 Pie . 3 .PIES $1 1
meeting attendance money for lotion . JAA'; $119 Oranges 5 BAG 59C Pastries 4 iSoi $1 1 3 CANS $100
November and December to buy SAVE! I7c MORTON Chocololo. Coconut l.morr ..
? .
Christmas candy for children.Mr. N.opoli'on.lo"ono. U'01. 01. ); Gelatin.LI '01. "'..,1..0.0.. !
Lott added his for Novem- 's. 2 39c 2 45C
C 3 Cabbage 25
ber. r.-1.les. PIES \:.Shampoo: ., .ZE r49c HEADS PKGS. *. .TEgKG.. .

THIS."NTH and Mrs.AT'Mr. Don Hill were .Sticks ','-; .3 .. f8KGs."$100 Spray \. .' 'CAN 2'01. 59C Peppers 4 FOR 39C each ., GALLO JUG"39c Food ". 25 ""o.-$199'

Wendy Hill of Gainesville and Bread 4 Avocados 3 $100 1 1f "". 59C Tess? 77C
Debbie Hill of St. Petersburg, : :a, 99C owES88C fOR Mayonnaise JAR Toothpaste

Visitors 'of the Hills duringthe LI, L8. .9'01. I. 0'.
Thanksgiving weekend Included Shrimp 2 PKG. $369 Rolls . 2 PKGs.49 Onions 3 BAG 49C Detergent PKG. 66C .88C
Mrs. T.W. King of Jack- .

and sonville.David, Carol, Virginia Mills Booth of Jones Gainesville.of Tavares of Orlando Berries 3 '10'01. $100 Peas . 5 CANS$1D0 Juice . 3 QUAArs 'l00 Chili I I . 3 15'1"0.CANS. $100 Vitalis I . 1BOTTL! $139PKG3

Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Jones of 'S'S -' _5 .
Holly, Mich were guests of the 'L' '
Hills the previous weekend. ... "
Miss Griffin :'9. ....,' :._.-
Phyllis accompanied -
Mrs. Helen Hendersonand
daughter Deborah, to Bob LAND O' SUNSHINE

Jones S. C.University last week In to Greenville visit the SUGARlimit J j: Butter . .1 l1.: 68C

Hendersons' son Michael a 1 with $7.30 or more pvrchate excluding cigarette fINEBREEZE GRADE 'A' MEP'UM' flORIDA All WHITE

student Service at the Institute who has recently Christian SAVE Fresh Eggs . 2 DOZEN $1

received his license to preach. .." .... .
Highlights of their visit were 14e .
attending chapel service the :: 58 Fruit Cocktail 4 'CANS 5 $100
Thanksgiving Day Banquet, Wil- -J 29' ; .
liam Shakespeare's"Loves Labor I-LB. .
Lost" presented by the CAN
University Classic Players and BAG' Peaches 3 CANS $1

touring the art gallery. Limit 1 of. choice with $7.50 or more purchase .xcl. cigarette .
They also visited with Debra All VEOITABLE SAVE! 35< DEL MONTECatsup
Hicks, who Is a student there; MAXWELL HOUSI ::
were overnight guests on Fri- . . 5 IT: :,s$100 1
day of Mrs Henderson's slater CRISCO COFFEE1lB. .
and brother-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Barrow in limit 1 of choice with $7.30 or moro purchaio oxcl.cigarette Green Beans 6 CANS' $1
Augusta Ga.; and were Sat-
urday luncheon guests of Mrs. ASTOR SAVE t SAVE SOc DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE OR

Mrs.Hendersons'John Smiley parents In Mr.Jesup and 'c' IT R SHORTENING ALL VEGETABLE 3 21e C a J 5 8. Wh. Kernel Corn 6 Sa::s $100 t' '

Ga.The three returned home Sat 1 SAVE 2lc SAVE 47c OIL MONTE FRENCH STYLIBAG'

urday derful\ trip night with, reporting beautiful a won-wea- Y 3 CAN u. 48''C CAN 21 Green Beans 5 NS $100

ther all the .
way.Thanksgiving ...
guests of Mr. .
and Mrs. Lynn Hall were their e _
son and family Mr. and Mrs. _
John L. Hall of Atlanta and
their daughter and son-in-law _
Mr. and Mrs. Burkhart of Miami. I .. Gooo MO M 1
I .
; : r'.o.nn HOC.
Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Schaub Saucer 39/hi:\ ... ... :;' \ ppICE TWO 249 4 1
t .,, ..., 'M" ,aU : DEMICUPS.50. ..
were weekend guests of the Ii ''I' I % .
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W. Fontaines. )" ., 4ry". ..,: .n1t f { / ? I .k 'SAUCERS M99 .J
Our Postmaster, Mrs. Mary Thl pl... will, ...).. your coll.itl.n of First, lr.nlu .. '!". '"' 1". PATE 39e YI, rN.e f eeu.e /.. ;
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Williams, .Is home from BradI ford County Hospital after a A ".lIc.'. hi.. floral, d.sien..bordorlnf Ih. Ira.illtlanoil L ;," .wl : oeG D I i
week of confinement He Is rim ihopo., Juit put wt ... your heaping "1!. .!., .t/r .:'J. pet.IT 1 ::':' I TI OW IC.UPOnwarrh Dr p Y C 1 SOD i
doing fine and will soon be II.. f., th. t.....,... "Pi.e.. -.:.W..h.. Pick l up :.;;1 ;S1'l. .\ :}' pet- Roo S 5299'"(+ 1
back on the ,fob.Congratulations. ono plo. with $1.00 pur h...fw. with S6.0O 'a. "-;" 1 / v Yi7/ ........
to two sets of pu'c....... "c. Then our xh.dwlo.. N.lilnlfl I \" /
new parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lll.w.

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[[ Point of view .I '.f'"< ';... .";' .- I. .. t tOne

--H ,, Describing A Trip Through This, A rea In 1843 W

attracted more attention or exercised -
of the most Interesting Although never completedthe -- dleburg thence overland 11149 o Met read a facinating ac- public curiosity: to a
documents dealing with the early manuscript breaks off a- through the area that Is now COU'ItJ'Iat Is published here degree than the Tar
Deer Protected Humans Not"This history .of this section of burptly ailf the author were Clay and Bradford Counties for *i0 first time: greater ritory of Florida Resulting
Florida Is a faded manuscript, Interrupted at Ms writing and (then,part of AlachuaX> and on ;probably from the fact that
handwritten In pen and Ink over for some reason never resumedit (perhaps) to the Richard plan' NOTES) of it* tint
shooting of hunters In the For this reason, the Game and the account wide Present Conditionof from the
130 years ago by John Charles -- covert a tation. located a few miles tJpptt the > the Spaniards
woods has Just naturally got to stop. Fresh Water Fish Commission Is urg- Richard Sr., the fattier of Capt. variety: of topics including a southwest of the present town Florida under exploration DeSoto y to 1843 it has
The problem In the woods today Is ing all hunters to wear fluorescent J. C. Richard, early Starke Journey on the St. Johns River of Worttilngton. f' been the theatre of continued
village of 200 Inhabitants t.'A actions# of this
hunter to orange-colored hunting garments whilein merchant political leader; and past a ; and romantic .occur-
for the experienced protect 'adventure
Civil War fighter. (now Jacksonville) to So let your imagination; go- from its first discovery.
himself from Inexperienced hunt- the woods after deer or small' Black Creek and on. to Mid- back In history, to the! year to the. present moment have rence.

ersand just plain triggerhappyfools. game animals. There Is no way to The original! manuscript, con- Under the banners of DeSoto
." stop all hunting accidents, such as tained In a hardback composition were enlisted many of the choicest -
Injuries from stray shot, or drop- book-- In relatively good and most experienced cavaliers -
These comments by Bob Cloanin- ping a gun, making It discharge, but condition, considering Its lIgeIs -. t of that day, among whomwe
outdoors columnist of the Jacksonville wearing bright colored fluorescent clothing a prized possession of Mrs. can distinguish the names:
W. J. Epperson of Starke who
of the most powerful familiesof
Journal, voice the sentiments of a is a good defense against the Is a great-great granddaughter it .r the Spanish empire prob-
lot of hunters, as well as non-hunters, danger of getting shot by another hunter of the author. ably younger members who

who are concerned with the mount- simply by making the wearer highly -'mot being full of the spirit of adventure -
visibly. The manuscript Is written so prevalent at that
ing toll of lives or permanent injuries ,.
In a fine Spencerlan hand, and
caused each season by care- Is the work of a well educated. time eagerly embraced the opportunity
lessness in the woods. Under these circumstances, there highly Intelligent man. John of seeking glory and
would be no valid excuse for one hunter Charles Richard Sr. Is knownto renown by fighting under the
mistaking another person for a have spoken six or seven guidance of so victorious a
"There's been a lot of talk about deer and ''shooting him point blank. languages, and was capable of General-- but how soon were
the four (or more) people killed in Should such an "accident" then take writing In several. those gay' aspirations changedto

Florida woods to date this year, plusa place, the offender should be chargedwith He was the son of Don Louts ---- sorrow and despair!

half-dozen or more wounded, but nothing less than manslaughterand Joseph Francis Richard, a native C flat The unfortunate terminationof
no one really seems to be doing any- punished to the full extent of the of Florence Italy, and CtiIl this campaign however Is
thing about it," Cloaninger observes. law. Dona Genevieve Blanne. A too generally known to renderIt
for me to dwell
\ necessary
baptismal record at St. Augustine -
"Kegardless of all the firearms safety
it here. Suffice It to
shows that he two upon say
courses and training in the proper And perhaps It would be a good years old on June 23 was, 1799 DeSoto sacrificed his own life
handling of guns, there's no way you idea to start prosecuting a few of after the family had come to as well as the lives of nearlyall
can look over a man's shoulder and these "accidental" shooters anyway. this country. ( those brave men who were

tell him if he's getting ready to shoota Since it is illegal to bag a doe deer, John Charles was marriedto : too Induced eager to search follow him after in gold.the

buck or a hunter." how could anyone know he was shoot- Melinda Tlson daughter of Of all that gay host scarcely -
ing a doe or a buck unless he actually an early American family, at fifty returned to relate the
I SAW what he was shooting and Glynn County, Ga. on March 23, sad climax to an undertaking
All four people killed to date were ,knew whether It had horns or not? 1821 and. according to early i that appeared at first fraught
shot by hunters who "thought" they Georgia records he was clerk with,, fortune and success.I .
of the circuit court there for
were shooting at a deer, the Journal Consequently, shooting at a noisein 20 ears. However the name, believe it was no part of
writer sajs. "It's interesting to note the bushes would seem to be prima- J. C. Richard, Is listed In Ala- / DeSoto's Intention to form a
that criminal charges traditionally! facie evidence of "wilful and wanton" chua County In the 1830 census / settlement In Florida; he was
are not lodged against hunters who shoot carelessness, since the person firing and it Is reasonable to sup rather prompted into this expedition -
other hunters thinking they are deer. pose that he had .established a ,. by the exaggerated stories -
the shot could not possibly know If plantation near Wprth'ngton \)V of the Mexicans who, when-
: However if this same hunter shoots ,
he was shooting at a doe or a buckor -- Springs prior to that time was ever inquiries were made after -
t a doe deer, mistaking it for a buck, even a human being. driven out by the Indians,.,and the precious metals con-
he is held criminally liable and is was returning to this place In tinually pointed to the North-
usually fined $200-$300. "This seemsto Deer hunters face the greatest 1843. when the manuscript was east. lie also Judged from the

make it a crime- to mistake a doe danger of being mistaken for a deer written. Th. saddest word you'll eve hear gold, the that Indians adorned he the discoveredhere personspf

for a buck, but okay to mistake a .--and killed, but anyone else going lie died In 1856 at the Rich- Ar. these: "I. thought he was a d..,." (and who doubtless'obtained -
humus being for a buck," :Mr. Cloan- into the woods during hunting season ard plantation, and Is buried It from the gold veinsof

inger observes. runs a certain amount of risk, and there In the family cemetery. Georgia and South Carolina)

should wear a bright, fluorescent hat r----------------, Band Financing Library Friends him that at the first land sight which by charmed the rich

Since the innocent hunter has so or jacket. display of flowers and whose
little protection from the law, the | County Agent News j t tBy Is Inadequate, Holding Annual atmosphere was loaded with

burden seems to be on him to protect But a few prosecutions on man- I Rotarians Told Membership ,Drive, the perfume of roses,+ would
slaughter charges would probably do certainly; afford the gold vein
himself from the inexperienced or Bobby L. Taylor 0
.I trigger-happy sportsman who bangs"!'more than anything else to. make Ir- The difficulty of carrying on a Friends or the Library are that all had former baffled adventurers.the pursuit
every time the bushes shake, "responsible hunters take a second look first class band operation with a spongQfing their annual membership ii,'
away he knows what he's shooting before shooting when the bushes start This Saturday December 2, 7:30: p.m. Monday December "fluctuating budget" was de- drive In an effort to After the termination of De-
whether has been selected for aCouflJy- }llth. I'm./lure/ the market is scrlb d..g\tlhoJRptarvJ. hjb 1 laajj acquaint more ppopl rIth the i SetoU efforts, many other-ex-
?, Mat. at or not. nl'rn\,\ *.. .. -shaking.V -fir! wide fund raising campaign by ,makingplyts: jp }pye another big wookl 'DfeJnJeassersywfio! hat BradC ( (;OUIIQtl'tbllJUlSrafltfn d16 .M'fJLUUdertake.t by
I aIL. ""-- .....; radford., .UI, year-lii peppers) (lucumbepsntnd directed the BUS band for th _and_lt/ ource.-according v wpfdyei s ;'wW-had( : :acquired
ZtlU'H"} nut" zyvHt** w*** w'I**' < VI!_;, r.. rrr1l.-Ii". lr..llltilbeC'll. has !
-' Beware This 'campaign wll "? squash,*. The Brooker area pint five-years. j to Mrs Brian Hamilton presl- :-t 'hyLlhJ:And\. .reputation under
I .. Let, The Buyer 0 Increased it's vegetableacreage kw. rlw n, !' .
of a" local, stater and national The director said that dent ot the oVffanization. Cortes and Plzarro, All, however -
the last
considerably during
effort to raise funds for some unfor-
equally as
worthwhile activities and few years and has attracted good for operation of the band comes Membership dues are: $1,
Beware of itinerant, door to door ing. very projects. buyers for their produce. We from funds alloted by the School: single rfletobershlp; $2 family a.l ate as to the the first relentless.spit'it owing
$ salesmen who are out in force in Some of the money raised are hoping that this will continue Board for the entire school program memlxsj'Hiitp! ; $10 and up, patron.Contritions of resistance displayedby
not In the Brooker and there-is no way of be sent to:
Florida during the winter months. -Never fall for a "sympathy" approach will be committment used to satisfy to expandour Florlda'l area but only In'all areas of our knowing how much the band will Friend ("working my way through'col- t ; and also to the foolhardiness -
National 4-H Center In County. get until other school depart- South v aJnut Street, Starke.
:Mviy door> to door salesmen are lege," etc.) Washington D.C., Business and ments submit their requests. '--" themselves of who the instead adventurers of

quite honest, but there are alwaysa Industry has promised 6 million
these stern war-
Cassels said that the conciliating
few who have tricks up their sleeves -Read the contract carefully, and dollars for this expansion If The' Old 1tm2FJz mum budget for maintaining the this would was' rt done around all 'at one$15,000 timeit riors of the forest usually
and are ready to take money from If in doubt, get legal advice. 4-11 will raise 2 million. band at Its present level wouldbe also treated them with extreme se-
he sail The band uniform I
Florida's ,
4-H share has been
unsuspecting consumers by unscrup- set at about $50,000 to be $5,000 a year, Including need attention,' the director verity.
ulous tactics. .". .. -Don't sign any agreement until ? maintenance, purchase of said. 'fV0 band should have
raised over a 3 year period and replace- :| They gave themselves upalsoto
music equipment
you thoroughly I understand it. Two-thirds of this has already ) ;;' ment. Last year the band received -' new haw and new overlays. If the indulgence of every profligate -
The Division of Consumer Services been raised and the final third : a total of only $2,000 In nothing ,ls8. Completenewunl- vice which, blended with
I has Issued the following guide lines -Compare the quality and cost of will be raised this year. II school funds, the director said forms tot the 70-member band the effeminate Influences of a
Some of the funds raised on would tOet' around $10,000, he warm and luxurious climate
*" help Florida citizens protect them- the product with an identical one at \ wtt f supplementary money from
the state level are being used ( .. Hand Bo /pters organization said.If created an apathy and enervation
Improve our five 4-H Campsand that completely
fc. "ifor .cl rips, and a pros-
can save money, and have a lot more to support many other 4-H few t other items. this cannot( be done all at trated their energies and par-
-Desist' high pressure tactics. Always security; by trading with jour local programs and activities.: Our one time, enough should be bud alyzed their efforts, and they
remember, you are under no merchant. County also shares in the profits Cassels said there was a geted e*<,;,H. year so that partial either fell victims to the unrelenting -
obligation to let a salesman enter ,from these campaigns. The One: olijfrtion lu toting need to upgrade the Instrumentsnow replaceMn' of new Instruments tomahawk and scalp-
Bradford 4-H Council has used it split| tirkrl-joii cult |he being used by the band to %,i<* fie\ v uniforms can be Ing knife of the savage or to'their
your house, nor to listen to his spiel. -If buying an appliance, considerhow these funds for achievement and sure wli! party lo blame:' a more professional type. If nade to keep the band equipment own excessive indulgen-/
you would get it serviced, and awards suppers, 4-H Camp .up tip date Cassels said. teies.
-Beware of so-called "free offers" '''how to order parts that may needto scholarships and other rro- -- -- -- ,
and "research surveys." These are be replaced eventually grams to Improve 4-H on the 'Very little reliance can be
local level. placed upon the description giv-
usually used as gimmicks to gain The local campaign this Saturday ; en by these adventurers as
access to your home. -Ne\'er buy a product without see- will Involve about 100 4-11 "With my Smith-Corona Portable regards the real state of the
ing it demonstrated first. members and twenty adult lead- country which at present is
-Ask specific questions about the ers and parents. 4-11 members I lookedupon as mere historical
product or service, and If the sales- will' be divided Into 6 teams can now romance by those who are acquainted -
man Is what he should be, he will If jou've ""been taken" by an unscrupulous with each team to cover a specific with Its topography;
salesman and have any region of the county. Our & spend more for although they probably
have the
answers. complaints or contact the objective Is to reach every homeIn 4 k passed over the places des-
the with 4-II. We hope cribed; yet. with a view to
-Don't rely on verbal promises Division of Consumer services, The that county member will makea time at thetheater" palliate their profllgancy and

given by a salesmanget it In writ Capitol, Tallahassee, Florida. favorable Impression as he lavish waste of life, they have I
sells himself and 4-H during Interwoven the most extrava- :
this Important project. gent and fabulous accounts of I
gold, pearls, and Inexhaustible !
Tile bills S i, treasures which never havein

reality existed.It .

animals $? flowers Rain and cooler weather has ti Is a remarkable fact that I
been favorable and welcome for ,,although Florida was explored
our folks who are growing win- and a colony established at an
are dying to tell us... ter crops. I have seen almost earlier period than In any other
Immediate Improvement in re, portion of North America; lessis
ryegrass, and even some bahia known of Its true resources,
pastures have greened up and the quality of its soil, and the
don't !' will still provide some grazing. various products adapted to its
"Give hoot pollute
a Winter greens always seem to climate for successful culti
taste better after a cool spell. vation.
Speaking/ of cold weather,
--..-_- -- don't forget to protect your Business blended with an extreme -
prized ornamentals or fruit desire to visit a coun-
The Bradford Counts'TELEGRAPH ,-. trees that can be Injured with try that has attracted so much
frost or a freeze.Usually a cold
I frame covered with plastic or 'attention has afforded the wri-
a171eBiu. cloth will do ter an opportunity of becoming
ji a good Job of
: I ESTABLISHED 1S79ASSOCIATION rre., keeping the frost from damaging acquainted with these Impor-
the plant flower or fruit. If a SMITH-CORONA tant considerations and think
l Thy word Is a lamp to my freeze Is predicted, you should ing it may be useful to those
Mr-re. < feet.-(Psalms 119:105) consider placing a 60 watt light The dramatic writer's with words. who are desirous of emigrating
FLORIDA RESS Almost bulb under the cover during way to a new country he has been
every day every one
Induced to
the night. One precaution to publish the resultof
of U5 is confronted with some his Investigations.To .
\ consider Is the removal of the
,. question or some situation to cover. It's best to remove the
/ which the answer I I. not readily cover before the temperaturegets ( be continued next week:
/i-" \ J t apparent. We are not sure of tore high after the C..z.l.1 a description of Jacksonville In
the but action to take. the over. A cover during high 1843 and a trip by boat to
EdttooaPrblish.rV right thing to do. But if we temperatures Is as bad as the Gary's Ferry on Black Creek.)

E.L, MATTHEWS will take the stand (in faith that cold. COL

jblished ..cH Thvrtday and .",.,.d.S.c."" there is always a way; to meet tRUt: TILL"YS
00 C/.IL/ .Mo t./ of the Pest Office ol Stork.. l'ld.' every situation we shall And milij! XMAS
under Act of March. ?,d. 1879. iftv that this way is revealed to Mr. Malcom Harrell p4 .
Subscription. in! 't'ld. area: 1 f..', $6.00j Ovttid. us. It may help us. to pray of the Brooker State manager Farm-

trod. e,..: 1 year $7.00 "** .give thank. and keep ourselves er's Market has scheduled: a __. ....
open and receptive to it. market committee meeting for -- "-

Page 14 Telegraph Nov. .in. 1977

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were: Mr. and Mrs Mell Vlc- 6th birthday Wednesday after
visit Mr. and Mrs. Bristol's kery and:David of Gainesville; noon. Nov. 22, with party;
daughter Kathy the weekend' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Britton and given by her mother Mrs. Don
of Nov. 10. Ron's brother Mel. family of Ft Walton Beach: McDavid. at the Brooks Com-
News vyn Bristol, met the group; at.. Mr. and Mrs..Ron Barnette and munity Center. Assisting Mrs.
Y Nashville flying In from Syracuse : Mrs. Joe Robin
al Mr. and Mrs. Alan Barnette McDavid was
N. Y. All had a wonderful
time together. They stayedat and Nicole of Miami; Mr. and son.
Mrs. Bob Hinton and Valerie
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
By ELIZABETH CIVENS WALKER Ed Noe where Kathy resides.. ,of Ft. Lauderdale; Mrs. Tom Eighteen children enjoyed
Steele of Vero Beach; and Mr. playing games. Prizes wore
Relatives visiting Mrs btez.lGreen )
and Mrs. Gene Edwards and won by Susan Parrlsh Richie
I LEGION POST 314 Is asking all choir membersto Shirley and Cherle, Mr. of Lake City. Comerford Rhonda Truett 14sa -
The regular monthly meet. attend rehearsal. Wednes- and Mrs. Tommy Cox and family Tucker, and Louis Tetstone.
Ing of American Legion Post, day night,general Prayer Meet- and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest,, BIRTHDAY PARTY Clown birthday cake and punch
314 will to held Sunday at 3 Ing. forpumid-week Invited to t Edwards and family over the' Denise Keen celebrated her were served to Denise's guests.
tun. at the old RJE School. attend spiritual d'' iI Thanksgiving holiday'week.nd.1
The commander Is asking all edification. Thursday night we .
members to be present. This will begin our Christmas rehearsal "FIRST
Is the last meeting of the year. PRESENTEDOn ire
Business of vital Importance. Anyone wishing to participateon pct's = TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEM
-Julius Royal Commander the program, come out Wednesday morning, Nov. bly and was enjoyed by all the aloes/ _1
Rhoden Thursday night at 7:30.: Friday 22, Mrs. Sherwood's 2nd and Brooker Elementary pupils and
CHURCH NEWS night the Prayer Band will 3rd grade class presented a several parents. Homemade
Attending CourseIn Ebenezer Baptist Church meet with Sister Elizabeth play entitled "The First If e (iuprElnee'auQUALITY
Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. Wright In South Starke. Sat- Thanksgiving Ever." It was costumes and scenery contri-
Maryland Services will begin with Sunday urday the Ushers will sell din- presented at a school as"fm- buted to the holiday spirit. INSTALLATIONAND
School at 9:45.: Morning ners from the kitchen. -

PFC Dennis Rhoden son of service at II; with Junior Choirin Saturday at 6 pjn. the reg- day, Dec. 7, at 7:30: p.m. The
charge of service.Eve- ular Sunday School teacher +d a
Mr. and Mrs W.C. song next regular PTA meeting will
ning service, 6 conference will be held. AU
basic p.m. be Tuesday, Dec. 12. A Christmas -
recently graduated from Bible Class is scheduled for teachers are asked to please
program will be presentedat
training at.Fort Dix N.J., and each Tuesday night, and Prayer be present and on time. this time by Mrs. Hurst's EXCELLENT SERVICE
Is the
now attending Electric Automotive School Meeting each Thursday night. Sunday Is Pastoral Day. Services and Mrs. Scott's classes.
Fuel and at
Mrs. English, president of will begin with Sunday Brooker Elementary School
Aberdeen The Proving Ground, Md. the Junior Choir is .asking School at 9:30.: Morning ser- welcomes Mrs. Scott back. She And A Price That Right Or You
13 weeks school
provides ail members to meet for rehearsal vice at 11. Dinner will be has been out recovering from
Instruction and on-the-job Friday night Dec. 1. served at 12:30.: League at .4 a tonsilectomy. Buy It From U And Install It Yourself And
training on all types of auto-
Freewill 6
Greater Bethelem p.m. Evening service p.m.
motive vehicles PFC Rhoden Baptist Church Rev. Jasper The KIddie Kollage Day Care PERSONALS SAVE BIG MONEY
to his home here
will return
Williams, pastor. Center Is In operation at Greater Congratulations! to' Mr. and DOruIlO"
upon completion of the coursein We ,celebrated the Triple Bethlehem Freewill Church. Mrs. Kenneth Scott of Wash *,if....r Of Q, E .ouplr; -

lie early Is December.a, member. of Co. D, Choir Anniversary on Nov. 24, The hours are from 7 a.m. to ington D. C. on the birth of Ouitr l.rj:t, \l r W iIIl'r.n( iilr l'Un...tMi|>.Ti i i..i.i >n. \nil I \* ??reels
which was very successful both 5 p.m. If anyone wishes to enroll a daughter Meredith Raylene,
53rd Spt. Bn.. the local National spiritual and financial. his or her child, call 984- 1 on Nov. 13.' Maternal grand terrier' Unlinailv/ A""u ..
Guard unit, and graduatedfrom Beginning with Sunday Schoolat 8866 for Information. ch parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
BUS last June." 9:30: morning service at 11 Greater Allen Chapel AME mond Tindell of Babson Park. Call Air Engineers Today For' Free Home, Or Business Survey
a.m. with Deacon James Prince Church, Rev. C. E, Jenkins, Paternal grandparents are Mr.
as speaker. The days services closed out three years of work and Mrs. Charles Scott,Brooker -
Of Your And Air Conditioning Requirements
BILLFOLD LOST, terminated at 6 p.m. with a this conference year. The conference Mrs. Alice Edwards celebrated ; Paternal greatgrandfatheris :Heating
,REWARD OFFERED Highly Spiritual Song Service moved him to Plant her 93rd birthday on Sun- E. O. Baker also of Brooker. -
rendered by the Junior Choir. City on another charge. We day, Nov. 19. She was born In CALL; 964-8041
A reward is offered for lady's Various members gave short have for our pastor Rev. R. G. Bradford County near Starkeon Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bristol ,
lost last week in the vI- talks in words of thanks for a Heastle former pastor at Bethel -
.billfold Nov. 23, 1879. and has livedIn Scott, John and Isabel of OIHct Nut. To
Or Carne In And SM Ut 41 tOur t
clnlty of Winn-Dixie on Madison successful year. Church Callahan the county most of her life. Brooker, along with Mr. and
J Street, Starke. The weekly services areas Sunday services will begin She lived at New. River and Mrs. Tony Castlen of Tampa, lenrkemLNm.s.. .. On 301 SwiN Of' Starkt.
Owner, asks that.flnder. keep follows: Choir No. 3 and Ushers with Sunday School at 9:30.: now resides at Brooker which drove to Nashville, Term to
'money, but return driver's license Board No. 2 meet each Morning service Lovefeast at has been her home for a number .
and other identification to Monday night at 7 p.m. The 11 a.m. Communion: will be given of years. The time Mrs.
the Bradford County:Telegraph., Senior Choir rehearses each In the 5:30: service. The Edwards spent out of Bradford
Tuesday night. The president public Is invited to attend. County was the eight years that .
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IN LOVING MEMORY of my years In Salt Springs. EveryDay.LwPrice E" ryDayL'owPriceCENTER
Mrs. Edwards was formerly
_Do_ You Have AHeating husband, Mr. Ixmnle Coleman Miss Alice Andrews, and was
Sr., who departed this life Dec.7
married to the late J. V. Ed-
That 1965, seven years ago. Nobody wards, Sr. They had nine chil CUT PaAtryREGULAR GRIND
'System knows how much we miss him. Seven
dren. of these are living
Never shall your memory fade and were home recently to wish :.
Costs A Lot Of your loving thoughts shall always their mother a "Happy Birthday C tl!
Money wander to the spot where ." The: are: Arthur and SIRLOINCOFFEE SUPERMARKETSSTARK
) Wife,
you were Iald.--slgned Harry Edwards and Georgia
And Still Keeps ,Mrs. Josephine Coleman, and Frank of Gainesville; Coy Ed- E'S
children wards and J. V. Edwards, Jr. 32O S. WALNUT ST.
''AV :932.4}; +ts >df:kl ::.'stTit of Brooker; Virginia Lee of :
You Cold? Keystone ,Heights and Flora tii I, .,D.r l0" r.I 00000...
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Kelley of Wlldwood. Mrs. Bes- L"B C w.. DIG "q Ou......
Special Florida $129 5.9 pm...sit.....0I
STARKE APPLIANCE SERVICE sie Sapp of Ralford came over
to wish her sister, Mrs. Edwards I .Ea1'\Gv M Wl flUltt KtHM
Bcllpepperstat a "Happy Birthday.'! \, l 'U.ILD.L1000lueMRCOUPONS
'( c{ '.Install.Agasfired l : : ( Mrs. Edwards lit blessed with "
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6 large!! Florida green peppers ,grandchildren and tour.'..great-., FULL.- ': -M't".. .. M a-1 '1iIlIi SWEET ,& MELLOW
1/4/ cup onion chopped great-grandchildren/ CUTROUND lltl/Nl
-- //t:emp. --wCfr.m. ,;! 2 Tablespoons butter 1If''JJ./ POT Ilrnat1/ Golden Ripe

... 1/2 pound cooked ham,. ,

1 cup ground packaged herb-flavored OUTSTANDING Named as outstanding STUDENTS stu- STEAK I ROAST '" BANANASCINTI

or bread stuffing dents for the second six-weeks
2 Tablespoon dried parsley period were the following: 2

'.6ilfiredfurnace 1/4/flakes Teaspoon,, pepper Mrs. Jackson's 1st grade: Kim $ I BONE ::8i'10e

1 pound can tomatoes Carroll Elaine Tetstone, Kenny I
1 package ((8 ounces) sliced 11111, Doug Green, Carol Jean
Swiss cheese Fussell, Rhonda Inert, Don LBI !
process Green, Tootsle Juckcr. ,eaet '
Preheat to 350 F.
Cut slice from stem ends of Mrs. Sherwood's Class 2nd _
peppers; remove seeds. Cook grade: Penny Jakab Cindy: Rau- _
TIlatD.oes: SLICED
peppers and slices in boiling lerson, tin dodge Debbie CINTI> U* "
Polk. 3rd grade: Sharon Fus- All: Vulllia 1
water 3 minutes, drain. Saute
Economically.QUALITY onion In butter until tender. sell Martin Hunter Renee' ROAST Knempt(.P,*ffc Cr.vy r _
Mott, Drew Andrews. ,
Combine ham, bread __
stuffing AsjBMrilfeMSA.>"' '' '' ,2 Ib.>> Pkp.ILtsND .
parsley pepper tomatoes, Mrs. Hill's class- 3rd grade: JM P.PUNCH
FAIR, PRICES AND and sauted onions. Monica Green Jill Hayes; 4th 9'S" Take 2 slices of cheese grade: Frankle Andrews,Gren- tttN.qirtrrrrr _
from package without da Willlngham, Linda Manning.
them; cut into 5 strips. Mrs., Hurst's class-- 4th PETCOFFIE: ; Town and Country

Repeat with 2 more slices : Deborah Green, David i ,
WORK: IS OUR PRIDEWe trade r :
,, Place 2 strips upright in each Elaine Mott, Sheila I / I DOG

pepper. Cube remaining Starling. 5th grade: Janine\V11- 11llngham. j'!''''!!!!J LAUNDRYDETERGENT .

cheese; stir into ham mixture.. .

Pile ham mixture into pep Mrs. Scott's class-5th grade: j CREAMER 1 FOOD
Also? Have A Professional shells slices :' David
per ; replace top Jimmy Mann Raulerson; ,r'J: ,::, .
Arrange peppers in shallow 6th grade: Angle Andrews, Con- 1 ;
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with their broth- day with their Mr. and Jr., and baby daughter. of South
Friends of Roger Eunice are and children of pent Sunday
CHURCH SCHEDULESAND a dinner guest of her aunt, Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar- happy to learn that ha has accepted Waycross Wainwright, Ca., Wednesday toSundlU' er-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Payne at Ljvingston.Mrs Daytona, and Mr.Gainesville.and Mrs.
ACTIVITIES Llllle Bone and cousins Mr. dinner Glenn Williamson and Tommy Talley of
field, were Thanksgiving a position In Knoxvllle Mrs John Tie, Sr. '
Grace United Methodist and Mrs.Robert Vance of f'ort- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Tenn. Richard Durban of Atlanta Friends of Mrs. Alice) Aus- .Sheri of Macclenny. spent Sunday were Thanksgiving dinner
church-Sunday School 9:45: land, Oregon. On Friday\ Mrs. Harbin and daughter and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Masseyand Ga. the Thanksgiving holidays tine regret to learn that she atternoonwlth mother, guests of their parents. Mr.
a.m. Worship Services, 11 a.m. Norman carried her grandsons Caynell Mooty. family of Naples tile Edward spent with his brotherinlawand broke her hip and was carriedto Mrs. Floy Bennett, brother and and Mrs. aAyTye Sr.
and 7 p.m. MYF will meet for a visit with Mrs. Bore Mrs. R.L. Bradley was a dinner Massey family,of Balford, sister., Mr. and Mrs. O.J. the Medical Center In Gaines- slster-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H.C. Wainwright spent
Monday night at 7 pun. Young and the Vances as they hadn't guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Massey Boyette, Jr. and family. Yllie. H.W. Bennett and family and Thanksgiving holidays with Mr.
People's Baptism classes will seen them since they were. James McCrary on Thanksgiving and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keith Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice Mrs. Hattie Darley. and Mrs. L.L. Wainwright In
be held first half hour of MY F babies. day. Spud Massey and family were and family of Jacksonville. and family spent Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye. Tallahassee.NOtICEI .
for the next three weeks. Lamar Priest returned home Thanksgiving dinner /guests of
Highland Baptist Church;Sun with his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Randall their parents Rev. and Mrs -
day School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Bradley of Jacksonville spent A.E. Massey.
Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. of Parslppany N.J. for a extended last weekend with their mother Ralph Futch and son, Jeff
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: visit. Mrs. R.L. Bradley. of Black Mountain, N.C., spent '
p.m., followed by Choir Practice Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Wendell Kelly of BelleGlade the weekend with their aunt,
Elizabeth Terry called on Mr. spent the Thanksgiving Miss Elizabeth Terry. They '
A Thanksgiving service was and Mrs. Harry Taylor,of Mid- holiday with his parents Mr. with Mrs Joyce Futch, were TO THE PUBLIC
held at the church on Thursday< dleburg; their brother-in-law and Mrs. Hermle Kelly. dinner guests of the Benton I
after which dinner was servedon G.W. Durham, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Selma Eunice spent the Futch family In Starke on
the ground.PERSONALS also Mrs. Harold Eunice and Thanksgiving weekend with her Saturday evening. I .
Julius and Mrs. Mandy Black- son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore I
burn and Miss Barbara Wilk- and Mrs. Carl Thompson and attended the Boyer Family Reunion Due To Numerous Complaints From Landowners Concerning Illegal
Friends of Mrs. Jewell Roberta erson of Lawtey on Thursday family of Starke. at Ocala on Thursday.
regret to learn that she afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Cora Hodges Mrs.Edith The brothers and sisters, their Trespassing On Their Property By Hunters And Others, The General _

Is a patient In Riverside Hospital nand Mrs. OrvIlle Edwards Jacob and Mrs.Marlon Hall of families and children were all Public Is Urged To Read These Florida Statutes Dealing With The Rights
Jacksonville. of Attica. Mich., returned Jacksonville visited with Mrs. there. They reported a won-
Mrs. Horace Cox. of Waldo, from their sightseeing trip Hester Hicks on Thanksgiving. derful time. Of Property Owners And/Or The General' Public In The Matter TrespassingOn
was a luncheon guest of her down the state on Tuesday. On Mrs T.L. Gllchrlst. of Mrs. T.L. Gilchrist, of
mother Mrs. P.L. Dinklns, on Thursday they with their Brunswick, Ga., and Mrs. Er- Brunswick Ga., was a guest of Private Property Without Permission Of The Owner.
Monday.< nephew and niece Mr.and Mrs. nest Wells Mr. and Mrs. Arthur her sister Mrs. Ernest Wells,
Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Bruns- O. Nlcula and family were Green and children, of Wednesday! to Sunday. Mrs.
wick, Ga., was a guest of her Thanksgiving guests of their Albany. Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Wells returned with her for a
sister Miss Elizabeth Terry brother-in-law and sister Mr. Kenny Terrell and son of visit. PLEASE READ, CLIP OUT, AND SAVE THIS INFORMATIONFOR

during the Thanksgiving holi and Mrs. Floyd Jenkins, of Gainesville were Thanksgiving' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Voglerand
days. Jacksonville.Mr. guests of their mother. Mrs. girls of New Smyrna ,
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes< and Mrs. James R. Nor- Joe Dorko. Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Bry- '
of Hampton, were dinner man entertained at a birthday Rev. Don Denton and Mrs. ant Reddish, were Thanksgiving FROM POSSIBLE PROSECUTION UNDER THE LAW.CIIAPTKK .
guests of their parents, Mr.and party on Thanksgiving after- H.C. Wainwright went to Jack- dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Teston, and family on noon honoring their twin sons sonville on Monday to be with Mrs. W.A. Mosley.
Thanksgiving day.< Kenneth and Kevin on their 3rd Miss Arthurlne Blanchard during Peter Dorman,of Gainesville crops or' other I.rorty| to waste, destruction or freedom or
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Lee and birthday.< There were ten pre her sister's surgery. Mr. spent Sunday with his uncle and 1' (>!) 2H.llouso / .| shall enter upon| the enclosed lands of another or lands bounded

John were dinner guests of sent. Mrs. Norman served and Mrs. Hermle Kelly visited aunt Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red Hill No. 347 or formed by n sea. gulf. hay river, creek or lake that areAN
their brother-in-law and sister Ice cream and cake. Miss Enza Blanchard on Tues pOHlctl IIH provided. ill. thiN chapter without the convent of lAid
Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Tresca, In dish.Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson AfT relating' to illegal trespass I ; amending section 822.23. owner or {IM-PMIII. m-cupyJng the name' authorized. to give such
Keystone Heights on Thursday. Mrs. Cora Hodges Mrs. day.Mrs.. 'r'agen and children, of and. of Jacksonville- Florida( Statute, by terming it unlawful to trespass on certain |M>rmiN"ioit to hunt or fish, shall upon| conviction bo punished ashcnmnftrr
Johnny Jenkins and children, Thanksgiving sons agricultural' |1..IK'rtk.| at any time; Including ranch In theKi'iural imwrilxtl.Section .
Delond. spent {
1)onaldGreen'and and Mrs. J.W. Thomas, of Live tat of plnces where it Is unlawful to enter with ,
THANKSGIVING and Mr. and Mrs. week with her son-in-law and Oak were guests of their parents the intent. to commit larceny depredation or other upon offenses 6. Section 82112. Florida I>Statutes is amended to
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Prultt and family of Jacksonville daughter. Rev. and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Fred ; read
providing an effective date. :
family of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Pauline Otoole of Los Denton and family. Moore, on Saturday.Mr .
Mrs. Alvin Mann and son, and Angeles, Calif. Miss Sheri Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Grif- and Mrs. J.R. Cowan and lit It Enacted by the. Legislature of the Stat of Florida: 821.12 Penalty for taking from farm or vineyard products
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Flitch and Redgrave of Houston, Texas fls and family,and Mr.and Mrs. i family Mr. and Mrs. C.I<. Co Section 1. Section vegetables: or flowers without consent of owner.-Whoever takes
family of Starke Mrs. Joyce Mr. and Mrs. James Anders, James Norman and sons were wan and Brian, and Mr. and rend: 822.23, Florida Statutes I Is amended to and carries. away from any farm, garden, orchard orange or
Futch, of Brunswick, Ga., and and family! of Palatka. and Mr. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. C.A. North and family lemon grove or destroys any farm products, vegetables fruits or
Miss Elizabeth Terry gathered and Mrs. Bill Anders and fam- their parents Mr. and Mrs. 'of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. /H22.23 Entering: farm etc.. to commit offense; punishment. flowers corn or cotton from the stalk, or from any vineyard
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ily were dinner guests of their Harry Wllkerson. S.L. Swindell and sons and Mrs. any grapes of any money value without the consent of the
(ell) \\hoover enters fish
Pat Kelly for a Thanksgiving parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Edith Swlmey gathered at tile any hatchery farm. farm. owner or manager, shall be punished upon conviction as herein
Harden, orchard fruit prove! or ranch with intent to commit
dinner on Thursday.Mrs. < Anders on Thanksgiving day. .Chicken andAvocado home of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. urh li orafter prescribed.
garden orchard fruit wove! or ranch any larceny _
P.L. DInkins,of Lawtey Robert and Lisa Holloway, of "
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox, of Clarkston Ga.,Hew down Tuesday Robertson for a family dinneron depredation or other offense, if he he armed with a dangerousweapon Section 7. Section 821.121 Florida Statute., is amended to
Thanksgiving.Miss or if he make an amtult upon any person lawfully read:
Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din- to spend Thanksgiving"oil- Salad Arthurlne Blanchard
shall bo
therein punished by imprisonment in the state
kins and David, of St. Augustine days. with their grandmother sited her sister, Miss Enia for a "period not exceeding ten years.' prison 821.121 Trespass; severing,' taking or injuring grove or form
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton, Mrs. Caynell Moony, and their Blanchard in St. Vincent's products.-.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Din- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hospital Tlhaduglving morning ((2)) If the offender be not armed nor make an assault upon .
kins, and Mrs. Lois Dollnlg, Sidney Harbin, and Donna. This 1/2/ teaspoon salt and reports that she Is Improving any person lawfully in said fish hatchery fish farm farm ((1)) Whoever severs or takes or carries away from any farm
of Starke, attended a family reunion was their first time to fly and 1/4/ teaspoon black pepper greatly. Latter In garden, orchard fruit grove or ranch he shall be punished by garden orchard vineyard, orange grapefruit, tangerine lemon,
and dinner at the home of they were thrilled. 1/4 teaspoon dried mustard the day she was a dinner guestof imprisonment for a period not exceeding two years. lime or other citrus grove, or other improved land or injures or
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cotton at Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bennett, 1/4 cup wine vinegar her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Section!'; destroys any farm products vegetables fruit flowers corn or
Hawthorne on Thanksgiving. Miss Linda Edwards and Joey 1/4 cup olive oil O.L. Johnson. : 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 1969. cotton from the stalk or any tropical or other fish from a fish

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest Bennett, visited Miss Shah 1/4 cup Mlad oil Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach, of Became a law without the Governor' approval. hatchery or fish farm of any money value, without the consent
were dinner guests at a family Prescott In Alachua General Blend the nit, black Jacksonville visited Mr., and of the owner or manager shall be punished upon conviction as
Filed I I In Office of
Secretary Slat July 3, 1969.CIIAPTBR hereinafter ,.
of Mr. afternoon. prescribed.
get-together at the home Hospital on Thursday per, and dried mustard with Mrs. J.F. Robertson Sunday

and Mrs. E.W.Williams and Hal Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McClel-Ga. the wine vinegar; mix well. Ina Miss (Dianne Bennett, of Tn ((2)) Any person who may become an accessory: either before r
at Wellborn on Thanksgiving.Mrs. Ian and eoneIjphplssupi ,
with their Jar, combine the olive oil State Children Home Bristol. or after the fact; to such trespass or any prohibited act as set
Elsie Norman spent spent the weekend parents -
Term flew home and spent the 69-28-1!) forth in subsection of th and who shall
Mc- and salad oil. Add the wine ((1)) IIlIICtion. any person
Tuesday. to Thursday< with her Mr. and Mrs. Les with her
mother Mrs. Lissle Starling, Clellan remained for a longer vinegar mixture to the oil Thanksgiving Mr.Holidays and< John ,. O", i\\ .. nHW1") !! "'" No. 521 knowingly receive any of the property so .\taken n_ shall' upon.
parents 's03 be "
( punished as hereineftet-Prfftgbed.
.. .. eoxnbikkat kur" Cover'tlM+Jar
and other relatives I In Jack -- t '
.ViSUrl&. _- i- I" '
On Thud ah ewasna..wr. and Mrs. H.U Barfleld. and shake well before using. Bennett. l'Arl i: 'ACTrMm'S\ ;|( loHreV&w J ; aiWmt prrt&it4'21.011.' ;: Florida t-,.M -ntitrQ; r.e.0, ht'<"tU nt "" "'"" '
sonvUle. < Mr.
', Mr..And Mrs. Lea McCJ.ILt n. Sl.itutr; (living. Icnnilinns( ; Aml.ndll\ft.s..tionl. 821.01 821.03 ((3)) Nothing herein shall prevent prosecution under the tar.821.0

-_ ., ;..;;..--.---- -- -- .....,, ,, 'I f 1 3 quart air torn Florida salad''', 3HT/ were dinner guettt'of their son :>. !821.12. 821.121, 821.13 SZI:...{ 821.15 and 821.16. ceny statutes of the state where! the'acts-constitute larceny. '
and daughter-in-law Mr. and F. S.. re'M'Alin| the .penalties prescribed therein; adding a new -
greens Mrs. Robert McClellan, and son section 821.38, Florida Statutes the Florida Statutes, la amended to
Heft);! chair saw under 10 pounds prescribe penalty'i 4-oi. package Bleu cheese, In Starke on Thanksgiving.Mrs. therefor; amending section 821.04, F. S., to define and make : 1.
crumbled it unlawful to trespass on posted, cultivated or fenced land; Iffff
2 chopped cooked A.C. Pearce was a deleting section 821.06 to land
41 cups relating posted ; providing an
chicken Thanksgiving dinner guest of effective dote H21.13 Accessory to trcxpniM on lundt; u'cceiv'r.-Any person .
her son and daughter-in-law. nay become .an. accessory to such trespass as set forth in
2 hard cooked
eggs chopped Mr. and Mrs. Wallen Sapp and Re It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: 821.11 and 821.12 before or after the fact and such accessory -
.,4+' \'I. ,6 strips bacon fried crisp and daughter In Jacksonville. and all persons who shall knowingly!: receive the property
L crumbled Mrs. 'ruby Wainwright was Section 1. Section 821.01 Flonda Statutes, is amended to so taken shall upon conviction bo punished as hereinafter pre-

',. 2 avocados a guest of her son and daugh- read. scribed.' .
,Cherry tomatoes or quartered ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Florida tomatoes 821.01 Trespass after warning.-Whoever willfully enters into Section 9. Section 821.14 Florida Statutes, I. amended to
1 Place the green in salad m ::$" '\JK.'aaqs It the enclosed {land and premises of another or into any privateresidence read:
.f. house, or building of another being forbidden so to
4 t bowL Sprinkle the Bleu enter by the lawful occupant or not .being( previously forbidden 821.14 Tresp.iss' with intent to injure growing trees etc;
cheese over the top. Arrange Jackson1lilleDirectory .I is warned.. to depart therefrom and refuses to do so, or havingreenlen Whoever willfully commits a trespass by entering upon the
; % I,I t'chicken In a circle in the dl'.rh'l, without the previous consent of the lawful garden orch.urd or other improved land of another withoutOI"'III'"nt.

middle of the greens. Place ; or having,departed remains about In the vicinity using .permission' of the owner with, intent to cut, take, carry away
the eggs In the center of the profane or indecent: language( shall upon conviction be punished destroy or injure the trees grains grass hay, fruit or vegetables .:
circle of chicken.. Sprinkle the as hereinafter provided. there growing or. being, shall upon conviction be punished ashereinafter :

bacon around the ..... Slice prescribed: ci\1J\
: r Lvr Section 2. Chapter 821, Florida Statutes, I. amended to add I
the avocadoes
and arrange Ina section 821.011 to read: rea7uon 10. Section 821.15 florida Statutes, (is amended to $""I
pinwheel on top of salad. Auto Sales and Service : 1

Garnish with tomatoes. At 821.011 Definitions of terms used In this act:As used in this
the table, pour dressing overall Parruh Motors act unless otherwise expressly state or unless the context or 821.15 Trespass by injuring fruit trees -Whoever willfully
and toe subject matter otherwise. requires: and maliciously or wantonly and without cause, cuts down or I
( destroys by girdling or by lopping or otherwise injures any fruit '
with spark arresting Curried Corn flAUUSBBVICK: ((1) Posted'land Is that land upon which signs are placed not or other tree, or any shrub, plant, vine or flower not his own.

o muffler25DA And 'VOLVW) more than five hundred ((500)) feet apart, along and at each standing or growing for shade or ornament or other useful
Celery FARTS corner of the boundaries of the land upon which signs there purpose or maliciously and Injuriously seven from the freehold ,
shall appear, prominently in letters of not lens than two ((2)) of another any product thereof! or anything attached thereto
3 tablespoons butter inches in height the word "posted" and in addition thereto shall shall upon conviction be punished as hereinafter prescribed. 11.
3/4/ teaspoon curry powder Always Gee4 Used Can'srf
appear the name of the owner lessee or occupant of said land.
Poulan 1/2 teaspoon salt Lam .... Pa. ttS-M Said signs shall be placed along the boundary line of posted land read Section 11. Section 821.16. Florida Statutes, to amended to

1/4 teaspoon black pepper in a manner and in such position as to be clearly noticeable

2 tablespoons onion chopped AUTO ELECTRIC from the outside of the boundary lire. 821.16 Boxing timber on land of another.-Whoever cuts. ;

2 cups fresh cut Florida corn PEAVY Brothers ;2) Cultivated lands is that land which has been cleared of boxes, girdles, or causes or procures to be cut, boxed or girdled @
kernels ji m.IIII,1ll'1I1.tatlc", and is presently planted with a crop any kind of timber standing growing or being on the land of
1 cup Florida celery, chopped Electric Co. orchard prove, (pasture. or trees or is fallow land as part of a another without the consent of the owner, or removes or causes
1/4/ cup Florida' green pepper, crop rotation. or procures to be removed from any land of of another without I';
chopped Alternators Starter his consent any timber or wqod of any kind shall upon con.
0 ) Fenced: land is that land which has been enclosed by afonce
1/2/ cup dairy sour cream Generators Regulators (31( : viction be punished as ss hereinafter prescribed. L
of mhKt.mtlnl construction whether with rails logs post
Complete with 14 inch bar and chain. Melt butter (in skillet. Add AUTO ---- TRUCK __... and railing iron steel hurled wire or other wire, or other Section 12. Section 821.06 is hereby' repealed.
curry powder salt and pep- DIESEL material which stands at least three ((3)) feet in height .
per; blend. Add fresh corn Section 13. Chapter 821, Florida Statutes, Is amended to add
Tough enough to slayawCOOPERS ...., kernels, celery green pepper 4944 Lenox Av. Jox. (.I.1)hC'r.) .. lands are posted cultivated or fenced as described section 821 38 to read:
$ herein then said lands for the purpose of this chapter shall be
and onion. Cover; cook over
... considered as enclosed and posted '
NURSERYand low heat 8 to 10 minute or PIANOS 821.38 Penalties for tl'C1lpolUl.-Any person convicted of trespass
until vegetable are just ten Section 3.' Section 821.03. Florida, Statutes la amended to as defined in any section in this chapter wherein a specific

der. Stir In sour cream. Heat YAMAHA PIANOS read: penalty has not been provided shall be punished as follows:

LANDSCAPING stirring constantly, but do CONN and KIMBALL 821.03 Entry on enclosure to hunt or filh.(1)( ) 'When the trespass. is committed without any design to
not allow to boil. -ORGANS.! effect an injury or damage to the property or to
(1)( ) Whoever willfully and with the view of trespassing( enters cause the
Makes 4 serving. any land of another,, where crops or fruit of any kind are removal therefrom of any growing crop or other plant life or,
cultivated: without written permission of the occupant per- animal either wild or domestic it shad be trespass without
VIOURI)' obtained, or without such previous consent of the owner malice and shall be punished by imprisonment in the county jail
i or occupant, enters upon the lands of another to hunt or fish for not more than six ((6) months or by fine of not more than
a shall upon conviction be punished as hereinafter prescribed. One five hundred ($500)) dollars or by both such fine and imprison

We Wish You A Happy Holiday in a party may obtain written permission for the entire party.,. ment.
821.04. ((2)) When\ the trespass is committed with a design to cause
Section A.. Section ; Florida Statutes is amended to
damage!: or Injury to property or to cause the removal therefrom
Season rend of any growing crop or other plant life or animal either, wild or
11 KJ3fBALLSWINtR; 821.04: Trespass on posted. cultivated or fenced lands.-No domestic,' it shall be trespass with malice and shall Yew,' first
ORGANS .person in this state shall willfully and with the view of trespassing conviction be punished by Imprisonment, In the county Jail for
r JUoSCTClt M.u-.a. enter-any land of another which Is either fenced posted or not more than one ((1)) year or by fine up to one thousand
cultivated defined Jm section 821.011 Florida Statutes or ($1.000)) dollars or by both such fine and imprisonment. Upon
CARPETS enter upp'fi' any tract of land bounded or entirely surrounded by the second: and subsequent conviction of trespass with malice
FROM H.B.D. FURNITURE sea' gulf bay. canal river or by creeks or lakes, without permission the punishment shall be imprisonment in the state prison for not
r of the owner or occupant, authorized to give such permission more than ten ((10)) years or fine of not more than ten thousand
i'I FIIiRMITYRE being previously obtained. Every person convicted of tres$10.000)( ) dollars or by both such fine and Imprisonment. -

} MI. East of Traffic Light, Hwy. 100 Keysto... rUlght ATBBCOVN1 .' Neribed-pass as. defined herein shall be punished as hereinafter pre(3)( Nothing herein contained shall be deemed to prevent. the
I owner of sold lands from recovering: damages from the trespasser
Complete" I Section S. Section 821.05, Florida Statutes. Is amended to by civil action. '
Cfcrista.i Household Section 14. This act shall take effect October 1. 1969.
Why rot GIvt Your Fa ally A Gift Far
Furnishings 821.0* Throwing 'down i.ncft. etc-Every person In this
stale who shall willfully lay or throw down the fence or' bars or Became a law without the Governor' approval.

They Will Ealoy Fi Years .T* C... Up To 40% Savings open a gate of another or with evil Intent by any other means ,Filed. fat Office Secretary of State July 3, 1969.
Interfere with the fence of another person thereby ,exposing
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Legal I Notices' Money Management Booklet Offered For Pre-Retirees

benefits. For Instance aJointandsurvivor" bership In AIM Anusidues are let write: Money Management
IN tHE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICE IN RE: Estate of ARA E. Notice is hereby given pur- Finding out "where you are" policy Is $3 for both an Individual or Guide AIM 1225 Connecticut: :
and "where want
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT The Bradford County; BoardOf MOITT Deceased. suant to a Final Judgment of to financially go" Is the first step you In sound necessary! for those who want couple. Avenue. N.W.,Washington,D.C, I
IN AND FOR BRADFORD lubllc Instruction. Starke, NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL Foreclosure dated November planning for enjoyable retire annuity payments to continueto For a' tree copy of the book- 20036.
COUNTY STARKE, FLORIDA REPORT APPLICATION FOR 16. 1972 and entered In Case widowed .
.J. Florida, offers for sale the ment years according to afree. a spouse. WwLrLrn .
CASE NO.DIV1ilONIN : --'-. following surplus vehicles: FINAL DISCHARGE AND DISTRIBUTION Number 1435 of the above- "Money Management Guide" Information on housing and
RE: The Marriage of: Wife Bus #4 i960 Chevrolet, Serial OF ASSETS.TO entitled Court, wherein the published by Action: for Independent apartment living Is also Included : -: C.B. Radio
RUBY JEAN GREEN ARMOUR, No. 058428150165 WHOM IT MAY CON- above described persons were Maturity (AIM), a division to help you determine a retirement JOIJL.JL.O. .
and ADRIAN ALLEN ARMOUR; Bus #8 1960 GMC, Serial No. CERN: parties that I will sell to the of the four-mUllon- lifestyle. "Renters And Equipment
Husband. SV4022N4200E YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- highest bidder for cash at the member American Associationof usually need 20%more Income
, NOTICE OF ACTION Bus no 1954 Ford Serial No. FIED that my Final Report and Bradford County Courthouse Retired Persona. than mortgage-free homeowners 321 N. Temple Ph. 964.8346 Or 964.8361
TO: Adrian Allen Armour Residence B60V4N17282 Application for Discharge and In the City of Starke, Florida, Designed for people In the ," the Guide concludes.The .
Unknown Bus 128 1951 Ford Serial Distribution of Assets has been at 11:00 A.M. on the 1st day 50-plus age bracket, the Guide "Money Management COMPLETE; LINE CHANNEL-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN No. B-5BIHM18MO filed by me before the Honor- of December: 1972 the following provides charts to help you determine Guide" is one of a series of
that RUBY JEAN GREEN ARMOUR Bus #28 1956 CMC Serial. able T. A. Yawn, County; Judgeon described real property present resources and retirement preparation book- MASTERRadios
has Died a Petition In No. S-458-Y1370 or before the date of the situate In Bradford County Florida expenses and project retire- lets offered by AIM to help
the above-styled Court for Dissolution Bus #33 1958 Ford Serial first publication hereof.R. and described In said ment Income needs -- an estimated pre-retirees enjoy present Tape Decks Stereo TV
of Marriage. You are No. B60C8U39232 A. Green Jr.. Final Judgment, to-wit: 70% of your current af- years and plan for retirement Am-Fm Car Radios Auto Tape Decks
to show cause If any may be These vehicles may be, inspected Executor of Estate Lot three ((3\ Block B, ter-tax Income. II in .
had, why due Petition should at the school bus ga 317 N. E. First Street Standing Sub-division according "Quite often people In mid- AIM also publishes a bimonthly Portable TV's
not be granted on or before ,rage. Sealed bids will be accepted Gainesville Florida 32601 to plat of same appearing career tend to think of their magazine and other materials -
the 22nd day of becember; A.D. at the office of the County To be published for four con- in the Public Records finances almost entirely In of special: Interest to pre-. Black ft Wiito!: And Color
1972; otherwise a Judgment Superintendent until 10:00 secutive weeks first publication of Bradford County terms of wages and salary and retirees and sponsors budget-.
be entered against you, A. M., Tuesday December 5, on 23rd day of November Florida. overlook the financial: assets stretching programs Including: Portable Radios Pocket Radios
granting the Dissolution. 1972. and will be opened at 1972. GILBERT S. BROWN they can build up to provide a travel service,pharmacy service -.'
< WITNESS my hand and seal of that time. The envelope shouldbe ,11/23 4t 12/14 CLERK"OF THE CIRCUIT retirement Income" the Guide and recommended auto and We have Bank Americard

this Court at Starke Bradford marked"Bid-SUrplueVehlc- COURT. notes. group health Insurance. Magnetic Sign Mad To Order On Premises!
County; Florida, this the 15 day les". By: Betty Edwards Prepared by financial: experts Persona between the ar" o(
of November A.D. 1972. The Board reserves the rightto IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Deputy Clerk for AIM, the booklet outlines six ,50 and 65 are eligible for mem-
G1LBERT; S. BROWN reject any or all bids. THE ,EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 11/23 2t 11/30 different potential sources of
funds for leisure years Including : -
COURTBY Social Security private pen-
: Betty Ed- 11/16 3t 11/30 ,CASE NO. 1435 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF sion plans annuities "savingspayout" ; HEAD HUNTERS
wards Deputy FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL plans stocks and bonds
Clerk DAIL, his wife PlaintiffsVS-VS- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- and real, estate Investments.The .
11/23-4U12/I4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S RAYMOND' K. SUMPTER and FORD COUNTY. CIVIL ACT 30-page Guide offers tips We Need Your Head In Our Business
COURT. IN AND FOR BRAD- BILLIE L.SUMPTER, Ms wife ION. CASE NO. on how to manage each Income
FORD COUNTY .FLORIDA.IN Defendants.. IN RE: The Marriage of RO- source to Insure maximum

: J3rooker TO; VIRGINIA, T.OF BARKSDALE SUIT movingsoon Has Moved To 442-F W. Madison St. f

own oGKNhKAL r 1812 West Third Street
(Formerly GoyU't Beauty Shop)
Montgomery, Alabama 36106 ?

$..../." ,lima YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for dissolution -

': : ,' :i t .- of marriage has been filed MR. OTTO SPECIALIZES/ -
t"" L'.h'" FUND ,'', 'l"I'1f;... against you and you are required -
to serve a copy of your writ.-
BUDGET REVENUE; AND ,EXPENDITURES:: FOR .t..I f : ten defenses. If to It on Hair Styling
". S. Attorney
CALENDAR YEAR 1973 for Petitioner whose address -r-' *
Is 138 West Call Street, Starke Coloring/
I Florida, and file the originalwith
the Clerk of the above-
styled Court on or before De- Permanent Waving

Road and Bridge Fund--Bradford County' :!+." $ 205.52Ad cember 22, 1972 otherwise a If you collect social security

Valorem Taxes 1'' 11,1, ,' 2047.70 Judgment against, may the be relief entered demanded notify the social security office And All Other Phases Of Beauty Care

Garbage Fees \) :: 1,080.00Municipal In theo Petition for Dissolution when you move. Keep

Fuel Tax .' :.. '. .:: 5.00 of Marriage. your checks coming without We Extend A Special Welcome To All Former
hand and the seal
Unpledged Cigarette Tax ', '",' "i"f.f. 4179.44 of said Court my this 15 day of November interruption by giving the Patrons Of Gayle's & Mr. Otto's Beauty Shop

8th Cent Gasoline Tax Refund', 3.945.07 A.D.1972. office your name social se.
,:$u1,462.73EXPENDITURES GILBERT S. BROWN curity number old address
,,;. GILBERT S. BROWNBY new address and zip code. Our Operators Are .
'," \ 1, : Betty Ed-,
I' "
-- / Deputy -
; _, \' d Clerk In a new book the pinonality /- ,
traits that snob/!. you to become .
GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ,: : ; ELZIE S. SANDERS a millionaire art liatfd.Ltl't DIANNE & LORETTAThanks
: ,' "" Attorney for Petitioner let, first, o/, all, there'sgreed.

Salaries .'..e'"I. :$ 300. 0'o 11/2341 12/14 ;' ". For Your Past Patrpnage. We Are Looking Forward To

j ', 78.00 An optimist there days is
Utilities 0"89' ..f.
Serving You In The Future
the cartographer who sets out
[PUPS ,a 82.50 .. .. ....
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S to draw a map of. the world ". >, '
Legal; and Ac cpun,1! : |ing.; ? .,? ,.," u. ,, '"'''''''' '<'" 450..00tI01SH .. .COURT IN AND FOR BRAD i""WIUI'.o" en'Ills'pellc1.! '' .. .uln .I.I.......+. Ii sell ,rW .hn. m.a ;T.., ., ...n .. ,

El;: notion' ,t.iponeoJ1.1uu.1'JlIIUIllailiud;; rjvlinvPlrt 25q it'00. :::".N. 4RP." fii MN'fY l t Jf.L.9.RI, r.u ..... _' .:1, .1: '......:.Y,. .NItxu:..... _etc _d_Il.w_ n_?_' _ _' _- _ .. _OW\. '
Nn"t : 'rohbNea .. ,, >
'a .Bae i'l0. "?) lJrmwaOrl9 Charges: to ..Road!, ,hand, ;Bridge:. ; Fund ,,(,.x '';.,iMf.f ;,. 12" H'- .vJ ,I4 RE: Estate {iotm ;
; .. < ,., ,J..l'
'J.'ax. ,rpll..pre.paration-, ..oft >.. ,-"tt" .,.." ..ft-f'.1.! ? ,fr TYLER JONES Deceased.

Tax collection wit' .'I. 43.28 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Office Furniture and Equipment : :. 500.00 'All creditors of the Estate
of IRVIN TYLER JONES, deceased -
Building, Maintance and repair.. 350.00 are hereby notified and .
Insurance 60.00 rewired to Die any claims or
Telephone service 180.00 demands which they may have
0.00 against said estate In the r'
Office Supplies flee of the County Judge .
2265.55 Bradford County Florida, In
the courthouse at Stark, Florida .t
STREET DEPARTMENT within eight calendar I
t T .' *** months from the date of the
'.' $1,653.00 first publication of this notice:
Utilities furnishing thereof to
I a copy
Mowing i t. 50.00 Myrtle W. Jones Executrix IN EVERY STORE

Repair & Paving fund' "" 8$.:gas refund: '3.94S.07$5t648.07 Each P. O. Box claim 475 or, Starke demand Florida.must

,",,;y : ;.'P..!r be In writing and must state at.
J'\\' .', the place or residence and post
': '( { < 1 office address of the claimantand
PARK DEPARTMENT ,)". ;;. must be sworn to by the Whte You wrap wp row day s tr).ppiftf V.:II a. .,....a to know that your
claimant, his agent, or his attorney / .. .ft )'
\ i' } many merchant will 9 wrap dollar/ got _. lot yow Downtown l I
Utilities \', $ '60.00 or It will become void 7 ,./.putchaie, .'1"., Special,**natawrapping1 Yati**..on got,w..r and...* lO -- ,tL'

Mowing & Cleaning ': 60.00 according November to 14 law., 1972. i Don..t .n .tra charg. car,..moyba. ovan p..Wn.1.( .And. .

J !r;: '.' : 120.00 Myrtle W. Jones 0 Ht th. lirtl{ ihmge, that add.. up .amore you H dK._:tnot

,NrnI, I- J, '.' 'j. Estate of IRVIN )lima in which,to."lay' Chrltl. .lower hero than oliwtwo' fty .napping j ,

RECREATION DEPARTMENT; \ "1 "' ;:' '. \ :,.,' First TYLER JONES, November Deceased. n mat Day to lit tullatr,. dare, yovr dollar fl kept where MbenetW q
publication on
., .
citlieni matt. in town
: : 16th 1972. .

Utilities ii.: \ ., ". ,fitt'1l-\. ;..,F\ ."' .,15 .00, 11/16 4t 12/7 .. a I ..;

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SANITATION DEPARTMENT< > ,tJ' .. .' ""I. ..: REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME e C t The ..,...... of gift, fttopil 1 \: p: 1 + d
Notice Is hereby given that ..''S 1 "' .. 'r .'K'
/ .to And MU right.. I :. 1 .:
n the ; : ,
'. undersigned, pursuant to q
contract : $1,200.00 :( :' ... ..: q, .
Sanitatipn collection : Chapter, 865.09 Florida Statutes ii .nthuh.r..emuYeuna"N. ,.
\ ... /.% ', will register with the '1 odwhi 01.......! let* ......d.. the. The torvlco you receive ftom .d'd l .;. /1 f
:&", Clerk of the Circuit Court In > > y_ I ..1._'. hat that special personal. Ch
": ,;i: \' : ieJ' I and for Bradford County: Florida -- ? .............. .. high quality' After touch, They'ro eager to help you make i : ,

FIRE DEPARTMENT, :!, 7 .t, the fictitious name ofRobble's Ch......... if purchase have to bo.*. the ngM .election*, During the Koll.

Camp Trailer Sales S changed returned. you will' find ...,. ,.u" find additional' People. on

Utilities '"\ ;' :':: "',: I\\; $ 76.49 under business which at we Rt.are L, Melrose engagedIn s &l ,fo... cowrteoul Mrvice. Do hop now .... jo o People. who ,like. yourtelvetoa .
Gas & Oil I' .':, !''i'l! !:h.. :,,1.: 75.00 Fla. 32668. ci, t E e Yrl.n6.nd neighbor. *. They core
.hd..I.a.0< complete
Supplies & Equipment ":str) ; ,' 600.00 James W. Robinson and NinaC. w e
\ 'Ir"" JI 'I" $ Rt Box
I ""r JIt 220.00 Robinson owners. '
V"' 'It.
Insurance : 660.00 516, Melrose Fla. 32666. A. r/dkl I. IBM Sa,.. Niek.1 IkMtt That w, '..d rr..
,.. '
Debt payment-building ,
1 .II'\ Dated this 24th day of November -
Salaries 1 (, ,", .;'.. ."r..itII\. : '.'t' 120.00 1972 at Starke Bradford p splits' I. already !. la* air. TIle HtfalN ar KIIsIraLR\ .
Repairs ''r; 300.00 County Florida.

:;; : :$2,051.49X 11/30 4tp 12/21 ... la. w' ......s are a"' ........... V..*ll fla.l .. exrlllH M '
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'"-'r:''1.1"" ,,,!," /',, '. \ 5Qy
I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO : left.. .I MK gift. Illll. .. ..-.*.ll* ......_. prarllral. IdraM. y R .i 1I

OTHERCONTINGENCIES" '' ,," : y'r: )' ,. ': :.i"< :<' i i',' the Notice undersigned Is hereby pursuant given that to ....lIy.y..r frt....,y.1.r b._.Valam7 Tsw.'.*r.'budeS n

MISC.'EXPENSE f $ 27.62 tutes.Chapter will 865.09 register Florida with Sta-the P..Per1.K.| .S..rake..
Clerk of the Circuit Court In

and for Bradford County Florida take If la* gr .'_' ChrlMaia yell
TOTAL Griffls and Sons Fiberglass
under which I am engaged In
business at 3 miles North on
Proposed Levy 5 Mills. 301, Starke, Fla. 32091. Special Christmas Shopping Edition
Woodrow D. Griffls, P. O.
Box 945. Starke, Fla.a.:09lsole:
I hereby certify that ,this is a true and correct Dated Of The Telegraph December 7,
this 24th of November
day -
General Fund Appropriation With Blanket Coverage; Of Keystone heights! Mdre.e
copy of the Budget adoptedby 1972 at Starke, Bradford -
Lake Ruder Slate Farm Itsiford
County. Florida. ( )
the Town ''Council at its regular meeting November 13 11/30 4tchg 12/21 r Alaefi..aA......

1972, held at the Community Center*. Brooker, Florida
1 ,

TRIC Add Machine: ,, 999.50. SATVMAY, BICtMin tth
Attests Ideal for home or office. No Ta
oyc Stokes'Town Clerk Plastl. all metal. Bradford
County Telegraph
11/23--21--11/30 ; WATCH THE THIOUPB EYQT f H f:: STECUlS-rT:: \,TOO KOETI I








Programs Set Dedicated At Services Held Services Held BAt Sunday Worship School 11. Training 10 ajn. MornIng Union-, Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning BAPTIST CHURCH
Worship 11 Evening 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services -
At Foster Park First Methodist Here WednesdayEdgar Kingsley Lake 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: Worship. (Booster II a.m.Band.Pre Young Services Worship 7:30 pjn.sum.Midweek Bible : Sunday School 10 ajn.
Jim Black
-Rev. pastor.
People and Prayer Service). Study Wednesday. 7:30 p. Preaching 11 sun.Training Union
Visitors to the Stephen Foster A memorial service was conducted J. O'Hara, 83, of Mrs. Ella Nuernberger. 81, FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD e p.m. Evening Worship 7p.m. m.Be 5:45: pjn. Evening Worship
Memorial at White Springs by Rev. George L. Harper Starke, died Sunday In Brad- of Kingsley Lake, died Sunday Midweek Service. Wednesday In church Sunday. 7 pjn. Everyone welcome.
during tho first weekend In December during the Sunday morning ford county; Hospital after along In a Jacksonville hospital. She Ralford Road '& Weldon St. 7:30 pjn. Rev.John Strickland -Lester Austin, pastor. -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor
will be offered adouble worship service at the First illness He was born In was born In New York on July Sunday School. 10 a.m. MornIng Pastor.
entertainment treat, with two United Methodist Church dedicating Long Island. N.Y. on Aug. 20. 16, 1891, and was a member of Worship It. Sunday Evening GREATER BETHLEHEM JORDAN MISSIONARY
popular programs scheduled to tha Baptismal Font 1889. and had lived In Starke the First Baptist Church. 7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30. MORGAN ROAD FREE WILLBAPTISTCHUPCHCor. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S.

set the tone of the holiday sea family presented of the to the late church Mrs. W by,the E.Middleton. since 1949. He was a retired Surviving Is her husband, -Charles Thomas pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH 'Ash It Chestnut.,. Sunday ; 301 North, behind Tutee -
chemist for the Industry Erich F. Nuernberger two
soap ; ; School 9:30 Morning Worship Frees Drive In, Sunday
son.The special events on Satur- in her memory. was a veteran of World War I. sons Raymond of J Jacksonville Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morning -' 11 League ;4 Night Service -" School 10 ajn. Worship Service -
day and Sunday Dec 2-3. will Mrs. Middleton's great- and a member of St. Edward's and Robert, of East Aurora. HOLY EUCHARIST Worship at II. Training ; 6 pjn. Williams 11 ajn. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
p.m.Rev.. Jasper
be the annual presentation of granddaughter Aimee Llddon Catholic Church. N.Y., two daughters Mrs Alice AT. ST MARK'SSt. Union, 6:30; Evening Service Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. -
Christmas music a feature for Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Surviving Is a daughter Miss Underhill!. East Aurora N.Y., : pastor. .
some 29() years and the annual Mrs. Bobby C. Ferguson born Annette O'Hara, Philadelphia, and Mrs. Marla Devorak, Hialeah Mark' Episcopal Church 7:30.Wednesday-- Prayer and LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST -Leroy Olive pastor E.L.
open house of antiques a holiday August 28, 1972 was the first Pa.; two eons. Edgar O'Hara, ; four sisters Mrs. Anna will hold Holy Eucharist service Bible Study 7:30: p.m. CHURCH Crlffls associate pastor.
infant to be christened In the Jacksonville WilliamE. Miller, Mrs. Teresa Faist, at 10 .
attraction since 1967. Jr., ; and ajn. on Thanksgiving --Rev. Bob Cooper pastor.
Both days will be observed as new font. This ceremony was O'Hara, Gainesville; and two Mrs. Gertrude Nabor and Mrs. Day.BAYLESS. Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom-
a "Florida Appreciation Week- also conducted during the mornIng grandchildren. Barbara Stern all of Buffalo Ing Worship II a.m. Evening
end," with free admission to worship hour. Funeral Mass was held at N.Y.j; 17 grandchildren and seven KINGSLEY LAKE Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday CHURCH OF GOD
the Memorial grounds for all Preceding the dedication, the 10 a.m. Wednesday In St. great-grandchildren. HIGHWAY BAPTIST CHURCH Everyone welcome. 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark.
occupants of automobiles bearIng choir sang "How Great Thou Edward's Catholic Church with Funeral services were held 'BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -Rev. Robert Haisten,pastor. Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning
Florida license plates. Art," Mrs. Mlddleton's favorite Father James Cregan conduct- at 2 p.m. Tuesday In Jones Sunday School 10 a.m., Ken- Worship at 11. Training Worship 11 a.m. Sunday
Fifty young musicians from hymn. Ing. A Christian Wake. Rosarywas Memorial Chapel with Rev. neth Ellxson director. Morning Union 6:30 pjn.; Evening CHURCH MELROSE OF CHRISTAT Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night,
Leon High School Tallahassee. recited at 8 p.m. TuesdayIn James T. Brock conducting.' Worship at 11. Church Training Worship 7:30: Prayer MeetIng Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer
will be heard in a live lyprogramat Jones Memorial Chapel Interment Interment was In Kingsley Lake 6 n.m. Gerald Norman direc- 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Schedule of Services: Meeting Friday 7:30 pjn.Rev. .
2 p.m. Saturday including was In Crosby Lake Cemetery. tor. Evening Worship 7 P.m. -_Rev. S.C.; Cuthbert Interim Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m M.E. FusseU, pastor
NORTIIMDE BAPTIST and Bible Morning Worship 11 Even-
Christmas songs! and varied selections Cemetery. Mid-Week Prayer pastor. tom
with harpsichord accompaniment CIIURCII Study 7 P.m.J. Ing Worship 7 p.m. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH
for several vocal Intersection of Highways 16 D. Robinson Pastor BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH All other evenlng-8 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -
numbers. (North) and 225. Rev Wayne Mrs. Betty Reddish BROOKER, FLA. Worship U ajn.t: Evening
I'rlscllla Faye Warren, 21- Wells pastor. MALiSON STREET Worship. 7 pjn. Wednesday
Services Held
Sunday School, 9:45; Morning HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH MACCLENNY and Bible Study.
year-old soprano who recentlywon BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun- Prayer Meeting
((8 ml south of Starke on hwy. HIGHWAY
the title of Jeanie with the Service at 11. Evening Service In Jones ChapelMrs. day School 10 ajn. Ron Bristol 7 pjn. Young Peoples Meeting -
7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30 100) Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
Brown Hair for 1973. 7
Light 9:45 Monday p.m.
Sunday School Morning Superintendent
: ; Sunday School 10 ajn. Training Union, 11 Union every
will be featured in the Sunday P.m. Worship at 11; Church Training II 6:45.: Lowell Douglas Ui- Worship ; Training G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone -
Morning Worship am. 7 8 Wed-
Evening Worship .
afternoon program at o'clock.. Betty Turner Reddish 6:15; WMU,Prayer Circle 7:15: Practice .6:30 rector.: Worship Services 11 a.- : welcome.
Parrish Choir : p.m.Evenll18'
She will sing Christmas songs -Rev. James T. 43, of Starke died Tuesday Evening Worship, 7:30.: 7:15 m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser nesday Prayer Meeting 7:30.
from around the world accom- Nov. 22, In Bradford County Monday Youth Choir 7 p.m.; &Worship.Bible Study: Wed.p.m. vice 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw,music -Rev. Leon T. Odom Jr.,pas
panied by piano and viola. The Hospital after a brief Illness. WMU meeting 7:30.: Prayer director. tor
Christmas customs and legends FIRST UNITED METHODIST She was born on March 17, Tuesday--Prayer Group 9:30 7:30 pjn. FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIURCIISunday
of the different countries will STAKKE 1929 the daughter of Roy Tur- a.m. Bible Study 10; Girls inAction Rev. Merle L. Packham.pas LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL Service Sunday School
Miss War- and the late Pearl Farris tor CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST HOLINESS CHURCH Morning Worship,
also be narrated by ner Acteens. 3:30: p.m. OF 9:45: a.m.
ren. Sunday-Sunday, School, 9:43: Johns. she was employed as Wednesdayhayer Meeting LATTER DAY SAINTS Sunday School 9:45.m.; 10:45 ajn. Evening Service 7:15:
The special showing of antiques a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; a bookkeeper by the Shell 7:30: ; Adult Choir Practice; FIRST PRESYTERIAN 1404 E. Bessent Road Morning Worship II am. Youth p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun-
will Include Items dating dinner served by Wesley an Ser- Oil Co., and was a member of 8:30.: CHURCH STARKE Family Home Evening-Min- Service 6 pjn. Evening Wor- day 6:30: p.m.
back to the Stephen Foster era vice Guild 12:30: ; Youth Choir the First Baptist Church. Thursday--Bible Study, 10 Sunday Church School 9:45: ; day. ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. -J.C. Brown minister
of 182664. Among the Foster- rehearsal, 5 P.m.; UMY1'snacksupper Surviving are her husband, a.m.: 7:30: p.m.Denton Morning Worship at II.Nursery Primary- Tuesday 4:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30
related Items on exhibit are the 6; making of Advent James M. Reddish; three sons -- Sumrall pastor. provided. Wednesday- Relief Society P.m. EVERGREEN BAPTIST
desk on which ho completed wreaths. All members and James G. Reddish of Tampa; Wednesday--Youth Fellowship 7:30.: -Rev. W.B."Chauncey, pastor? CHURCH
composition of "Suwannee River friends are Invited as a family William T. Reddish and Jim 7:30 p.m.ThundayCholr. Thursday- M.LA.7:30: pjn. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
," now Florida's state song, group in the Fellowship Hall Reddish both of Starke; three BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Rehearsal Sunday- Priesthood 8:30: a.m. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship at II a.m. Sunday
and a beautiful rosewood piano at 6:30.: daughters, Mrs. Carol L. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-1 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10:30: a.m. Eve- BROOKER night Service at 6:30.
he often played during his youthful Monday-Council on MInis- Stephens Providence R.I.; Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening --Erik T. Johnson Minister. ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement.. Sunday School 10 a.m. Warship Wednesday night prayer
days In Pittsburgh. tries will meet In the Church Mrs. Beth Hodges, Hampton; Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Jesse D. Branson, Branch Services 11 a.nt. and 7 meeting at 7:30.:
Musical will be office at 7:30( Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. President. Crawford Sr. Pas
programs : pm.TuesdayWSCS and Miss Susan Reddish, NEW RIVER BAPTIST p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. -Cecil E. ,
presented In the Tower auditorium will hold their Starke; one brother Robert V. J.C. Saunders,pastor.. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -Rev. Lacy Conway pastor tor.
with a reception honorIng General Meeting In the sanc- Turner, Starke; two sisters, Worship 11 a.m. Training HAMPTON BAPTIST -
performers to be held In tuary at 10 a.m. A coffee Mrs. W.T. Brtnson. Valdosta FIRST BAPTIST CHURCIl Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship. CHURCHSunday
the Foster Museum dally following will follow the meeting In the Ga.; and Mrs. Mary Ella lIar- STARKESundayBrotherhood 8 p.m. Wednesday !Night; service School 10 a.m.; MornIng -
the concerts. Tho publicIs Fellowship Holt.WednesdayChildren's. dee Washington D.C.; her 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome Service II a.m.; Bible Study
Invited.In Choir father Roy Turner Valdosta, Meetingand 6:30: p.m.j; Evening' Service 7:30
addition to the special rehearsal. 6:30: p.m.; Mid-Week Ga.; and one grandson. Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.; Sunday -Jim Countryman p.m.
musical programs holiday Prayer Group, 7:30: ; Chancel Funeral services were heldat School 9:45: ; Morning Wor- pastor. Wednesday Prayer and rmsJ.t!
musjcat; concerts will played Choir rehearsal, 8. _. 11 a.m. I'rldayLIov.24.!; In ship at 11: sermon: "Intelligent, Bible Study 7:30 p.m.CONGREGATIONAL. : '"
duY W the .weekeiJJ on. tI'1.a'l --Rat George 1 L..J..1, 3 U' r.Pair5t .. Jones Memorial Chapel; with ,Concern't; Bell Ringers Grp. ST." EDWARD'S'CATHOUCI ,MelHll) ljIJn'J.,,:""a ICI,'"'f't' "). 1I"11hlw. 6i r"hr' ,' ,J
boll Foster! Carillon { r r \I :'" '" Rev. James TBrock'pastor Aj Church Training, 6:15;Even- I CHURCH\ STARKE'Father { $S 'TI'NIn.
of the First Baptist Church Ing Worship, 7:30': sermon, James Cregan pastor HOLINESS
officiating. Interment was In "What Do You Know For Sure?' Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday CHURCH
STARKE CHURCH Crosby Lake Cemetery Monday-Bell Ringers Grp.B;, Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass Sunday School 9:45: a.m. .. .,!eN.Id IMwNd. ...--..,
CIIUKCII OF COD Youth Choir Practice 7 pm Morning Worship 11 a.m.
OF. CHRIST 6 P.m.; ; ........ .
6 Only II
LAWTII"I.A.: Bible School 10( a.m. Wor- Deacons Meeting 7. Confession Saturday Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. *
Schedule of services: Sunday<, ship Services 11 a.m. and PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL!; Tuesday-Young Musicians P.m.School of Thursday night Prayer MeetIng IT CAN KILL YOUR TREES t UKDM l f l
School, 10 a.m. Morning Wor- 6 Midweek Service, Wed- METHODIST CHURCH: Music Makers 3:30: p.m.;G.A; Religion: 7:30: p.m.
ship at Jl. Evangelistic:: Ser- nesday p.m. 7 Ladies Bible Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Bell Group C 4:15.WednesdayActeens. Grade School Sunday 11 a.m. -David Hodges Putor.BEULAH you kiw>HIM .M ai..ea"ctoi. vice, C p.m. 11'- and Prayer p.m. II'outh Ser- 5 to 12 noon. .ht aw.iw u..,. .M__...M. YNINy... _mar hid
Class 11 Worship
Thursday a.m. .MdF I If,m.l 10-a.eed turn .MM-
fM mm
Meeting each 7:30 High School-- BAPTIST CHURCH .
: located one block west on SR vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, Family Night Supper 6; Prayer / Wednesday 7 Ihe'-Ka1eLABSOLZTrELY"
p.m.Rev.. Daisy Kight. pas- 16. 7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L. Crlffls Meeting R.A. Meeting, 6:30: ; P.m. SETS HOMECOMING
tor. -J.P.H. Bell minister pastor. Teachers and Officers !MeetIng -' Beulah Baptist Church on
7:15: ; Church Choir Practice ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Highway 21, Clay County will '
I 8 p.m. CHURCH.: STARKE observe Homecoming Day on FREE INSPECTION I
Thursday-Mission Study: Sunday Nov 12, which: will be No Ot0Dhm|
"Europe- Mission Field Holy Eucharist 8:30 a.m. the church's 122nd Anniver
This study will be led by Mrs Sundays, and II a.m. on 1st and sary. Speaker for the mornIng -
John Maguire of J Jacksonville 3rd Sundays. service will be Rev. RIchard
wife of the former Executive Morning Prayer-- 11 a.m.. M. Barber. RIDS
Whatever choice in wheels Secretary of the Florida Baptist 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sundays. There will be special singing
your Convention, 10:30 aunt.,followed Church School-- 9:45: a.m. In the afternoon. Three of the
by covered dish luncheon. Sundays. EYC 6 p.m. Sun- featured groups will be The ST
-James T. Brock, pastor. Faith Temple Trio, Under The
days.John. :M. Flynn., Rector.HEILBRONN Son Quartet, the Weeks Quar-
tet, perhaps others.
CHURCH MACCLENNY BAPTIST A basket lunch will be ser- NTROLI

Sunday :Mass, 12 noon. Holy CHURCH.: HIGHWAY 16 K. ved at 1 p.m.HAMPTON. ftCNUKM.
Day :Mass 5:30: p.m. Sunday School 9:45 ajn.
Morning Worship 11. Training

', .' w Union: 6:30: p.m. Evening Service CHRISTIAN"
Midweek Prayer' CHURCH % -575 Starke
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'" Sunday School I 10 a.m.Iorn: Service 7:30. Sunday School lo ajn. Morn- P$...Ida.. 'M Control: .. W.'..not....MmM.but HorkMIt .
1 aW' .AG Ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre Ser- -Rev L. Tommy Howe, pastor ing Worship II a.m Evening our hom.1, So wrho ooutt know......about Florid.
vices Booster Band, Young Worship 7.-James Shaw pastor. wn,r.n flvat fnl Catitml

!iJ People, and Prayer Service),
c: 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.
Midweek Service, Wednesday aaaaaaa. . . . . . . . . . ,. . . . . . . .Ij.,,1.. .
7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland

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By Linda Wharton :::::: '
lath:::;':: Keystone H/7/fes/,/ or:rhone 473.4648.t73-4907 iSuianne ::::j f Elect

3 OfficersKeystone
Belote, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Be-

'!?** t. vstone FIep Sfet! .. and Heights will have Its
Carl Finley Hanna ill _rejoined
In holy first contested city election In

,Saturday Nov. 23. at matrimony 4 p.m. at three years Tuesday, Dec. '! \
r 12, when five candidates will ''
<,a small family ceremony In the t 4 t
Belote compete for three vacancieson 4
home. The Rev. Lawrence ___
Carroll officiated., the City Council. _
Renee Wilson, sister of the Under terms of the city char Ep
bride the matron of honor ter the candidates runatlarge,
with Fete Hanna. brother of the with the top three vote-getters
groom, as best man. winning Council seats. 'The two
After a short wedding trip the highest will nil the regular two- "'"'
bride and groom will make their year terms, with the third high
home In Oheechobee. man getting the one-year unex-
plred term of former council
COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN man Huntley Hedfearn Jr.,who
The Community Church Women resigned several months 'ago.
will. hold their general The five contestants are: Kobe -
meeting at 1 p.m. December rt B. Cole Don E, Pangborn 1
4at, the Educational Building Edward A, Tlmmens and Incumbents -
Please note that this Is an afternoon Everett Fox and Ver- _
meeting. gie Ilomor. ,
The. program will be given rt No elections' were ,held In
by Mrs. Barry Wyman, better r't' 1970 and 71 since no one qualified -
in opposition to the Incumbents -
known as Joanne. Mrs.Wyman,
past president and leader of and the formality of "
the Martha Circle, will give an election was unnecessary ;r a ;+l s
reading' entitled "Gifts With- 4

out, Cost" WISH I'D SAID
The Circle leaders are requesting -
'100%, attendance for Ground Broken For New First Federal
this fine program i, ..''V, THAT ,

.' ".1\\ Keystone Heights
''The Ladles Golf Association,'
has 'a luncheon and card party JVolfp-Stricklf'r Vows Said

planned for Wednesday< Dec. "Nothing=" NdinUult if It Ndivided i Ground was broken !Monday Longchamp Homes, Inc. of scheduled for March. Carr who will be manager
6, 'at 11:30: a.m. The publicIs In I'nldtka Metlnnlint/ into ninll jolx.llfrmun ."- afternoon for construction of Starke Is the contractor, and Pictured at the groundbreaking of the branch; Albert Long-
welcome, $1.75 for luncheon. the new Keystone Branch of opening of the new facility are (from left): S.R.; champ, builder; E.L. Matthews, I IS.E.
This will be limited to 15 tables JroiH: TH-County First Federal Savings 8. Loan located at the corner of Lawrence Denmark director; It. I''. director; Huford Mitchell builder -
so make your reservations Miss Elise Irene Strickler, one large, bronze ..mum encir- /f.Mo.l; New. Assn. of Starke. Blvd and Slyvan W;<\yls Mizell, Jr., president; John A. ; and Don Morgan, archi
early by calling Fran Chess log- daughter of Mr and Mrs. Richard cled with yellow pom poms, Torode, director; :011"8.leds ,tect.
W, Strlckler of Lllke caught with gold ribbon.
ton, 473-4679. Como .. ,, ... .,.' Miller who will be a tellerat
and William Wolfe Sr. served < '
Kao Allen, Voncllo Keith: Altliea Price Strickler of Brenda
Bernice Worley and Pat Herman Cocoa, became the bride of his son as best man, and ushers '" the biMncliv; Mrs.

attended the Ladles Invitational William M. Wolfe 'of I Keystone were James Seymour, Ho- ,. S .11II APOLOGY TO SKUNKS MCKAY
Heights, on Saturday bin Strickler, and Andy Strickler. '. "
November 21 at the Tlma- < evening \ND" ,,UtMAUILLOS
quana Golf and Country Club Nov. 25, at 7:30: o'clock. :.'t; REALTOR
with Rae Allen winning second The ceremony took place In Miss Marcia Walthall and \ "" '' Last week's issue quoted :Mrs. .
place In her night. ,They re- St. James United Methodist Miss Debbie Miller were .'" '..VI! /' Marilyn Mullis, rangernaturalist Keystone Hts. 473-4816
reported a most enjoyable time. Church Palatka, with the Rev bridesmaids and wore dresses : at Gold; Head Branch State HOMES ACREAGES
George Carlton officiating.Four Identical to that of the maid r Park, as saying that she didn't
baskets of pale yellow of honor. Their bouquets were like armadillos because "theyeat RENTALSMrs.
J KEYSTONE: : VOI.UNTIXH: gladioli, bronze mums, 'and also the same! N7r (he skunks."
LIRE DICPAHTMKNTThe : yellow and burnt orange pompoms Miss I Donnl Lynn Strickler, It seems we misquoted Mrs. Melba Mgen 473-4740
regular business meet- were used at the altar half sister' of the bride, 'was i Mullls, unintentionally, of Col J. Chessington 473-4679
Ing of the Volunteer !Mro Department 'against background of brass flower girl and wore a ,long course. %What( she said was hat( 475-1041
was held November candelabra holding lighted ta- gown of apricot crepe, accented the armadfllps/ |("compote) with L.J Robinson
,Chief lluntley Hedfearn,'Jr. pers. ith'rumes and white lace. skunks for'fax! and shelter." Poschel) Carr 473-4058
reported two fire calls for Octo A program of nuptial music, She carried a basket of white Our apologies to :Mrs :Mullls.
ber' and First Aid (Vflcer reported 12 ambulance calls, marches were placed by Miss A reception was held In the
five were stand-bys. Debbie W ldrop, organist. social hall of the church, where 1
The local Fire College will Given. in marriage by her father the bride's bible was covered KEYSTONE MtiLBIOSE
be held the week of l December the, bride wore a formal with a beige lace ''cloth over .
4 from 7 to 9- p.m::There, will gown of angel skin pvau-dc-solc gold, linen and was centered 4
and Venice lace The matching bj-the'five-tiered weeding cake BUSINESS
be a graduation dinner on Satur DIRECTORY
day Dec. 9, 7 p.m., WWI the lace entwined with velvet decorated In a floral design. ,.. f ,..
ladles Invited. ribbon, trimmed the,(! eiQ>tre Guests were greeted by :Mrs.
The annual New Year's.r.veparly waistline, bishop sleeves, and Jackie :Morris and presentedto Pictured at recent, KHS assembly';; are (from left): Hal Eisenacher, president Interact FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN

will be held l lecemleq ljtah. HajidUvj\ collar. The bodice the receiving line composed Club; Barbara Matthew, 3rd place) ,winner. In. nay Contest. ; Shelly Rl'ffini. first place;, .
witlv of the bride lF'l 't \ : ) rr lit to': I' .' "n... I, ; '
1 r was 'and"ir\'IWJ"th
31 at the flrfc station for me n- Vpilianced' bands \ ) PjlbM,5.M'M\ ond place anSm. (l'vAfWghVore'WH'Robert : : ";
bers and one guest louplfvn'! '.wt.t, {.* end\ ruffles In front parents,'wtnd'thwlslubttl t 6l01the' .;, : ; JcLYndon.blt' ;: a riest, ( elu6! tary..LI :, .I'on. ....... SLIM,'S 'Cf ,,. i'e* .41A3DWJ,0tu, '
member Ed:: O'Brien was'apointed )- ,,;, ana{ once> The! full shirt and wedding. party. L. ; pratlbd.efof. St. JobtescR.4Vr'Junlo. '' ? 8thegd1oiiembly ANDFish
.J .. : ''SdJ b't' :1 speaker 'l'Ict Mrs Melba rJitee ""'f '
chairman. *-*" Wtaptf I Tram were encirtled with .j\1t"aro. i"flh \rss ? llgen"CSJRJC -'N' Stuff
: .
matching lace and ruffles. The Gall Wolfe cut the wedding cake, GARDEN CENTER
KEYSTONE LIONS J fingertip veil of silk Illusionwas and serving punch were Miss Live Bait A cbmplete line of Hdw.

Uon's President George secured with a Camelot Susan Newton and Miss Becky 'Why Contest Cricketshinners$ -Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS
Massa has announced that plans headpiece of Venice- lace accented Main. :Mrs. Jackie Morris kept Voter Sponsored
are being made for an additionto with seed pearls. 'Iho tin bride's book. Minnows Plumbing! & Electrical Supp.

the I Jon's Club building which bridal bouquet was of )'ellowroses Following a wedding trip to By Interact Club TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Gra. .one Fertilizers
will extend the present struc- and yellow and bronze St. Augustine the newlywedsare Keystone (Insecticides
ture another 30 feet. This will pompoms Caught In gold rib- residing at Lake Como. .,.., / & HUNTING Lumber & Building Materials

make more room in the club bon.Miss Jane Crosby was maid The of bride St.: Johns Is a River 1972 Junior graduate The Keystone teights( Interact ,\ct'C'I lub. Introduced ale Cl\I- Mcl.endon, Jr., who Is president LICENSES- ICE AMMUNITION Hwy. 21 'N. 200 yds From Light
house for dances, private parties -
presented awards to tarles, secretary of InterAct of St. Johns River Col-
and civic functions. of honor wearing a formal College, with an 'Associate In Keystone Hgt. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 413.3663
Arts three winners of the "Why and chairman of this project.Out loge Dr. Mel.endon receivedhis
The cost of this addition, with,, gown of harvest orange and degree. Vote"
essay contest Thursday, of the Ifil6 registered bachelor of Science Degree
the Lion's contributing their' apricot crepe, with,empire from Mr. SJHJC Wolfe also graduated O16, In an assembly at the voters in the 7th Precinct area from I lorld.i Southern College FURNITURE-GIFTS TELEVISION-AIR COND.
time and efforts will run around w.Ustllne; and stand-up collar, In 1972 and has Keystone Heights High School. the Inter-Act Club: made over :Master of Science and Doctor
3000. The Lion's have already accented with gold trim. The an Associate In Science degreein .VI U atson, co-ordinator bet 1,100 telephone calls to encour- of Philosophy degrees from Lake Geneva TV Service Center
electronics. lie Is
been promised $300 in donations long, puffed sleeves terminatedin employedas ween the Notary Club and Inter- age citizens: to get out and vote I Florida :State University lie
If you wish to make a' wide cuffs. Iler flowers were Pal a atka.technician at Reid's T1'in In Rational Election, :No-'<> also received membership In Furniture ( '
donation to the Lion's Club \'Crber1(: ; and the' provided the Beta Beta seta Biological ,
addition, which will benefit John C. Bird transportation to.and from the honor society and receivedthe Gift & Candle Shop TV STERO
the whole ,community, you Junior Troop 21, every Wednesday begin .shortly!; after Christmas.Any polls if needed. nlorward from the Department CAR
may send It to Leonard Jones,,,, afternoon after school high school age girls who MemorialServices The Inter-Act Club consistsof of Biology for meri- EXQUISITE GIFTS AND PORTABLE
chairman of the building com- at St. Anne's 1 Episcopal: Church; are interested In Joining this boys nine through twelfth torious work in the field of TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL

mittee. I.eaders, .Mrs. John Howe and troop, please contact Mrs. Dot HeldJohn grades, and a few girls; who are Biological Sciences. Name Brand Furniture ANDRESIDENTIAL
The Lion's are also planning Mrs. Jack ]lice. Howe, 473-4086 or :Mrs. Elaine concerned about what happensIn Dr. :'olcLenclon complimented : ;
a Valentine adult ,djnce, >n Girl Scout Troop 83, every Henderson, 473-3743. their community and the all the students on their participation See Our Display For AIR CONDITION
Saturday Feb. 10. Tuesdaafternoon C. Bird, 74, of Keystone ING
->UH) after schoolat world. in the essay' contest, Christmas Gifts
the Community Church; DUPLICATE BRIDGE: Heights died Saturday In Me then Introduced Mrs their thoughts: on patriotism and Hwy. 100 E. Lake SALES & SERVICE
GIRL SCOUTS- Leaders, Mrs. :Tom Crltiton Winners of the\ duplicate Alachua General Hospital after :Melba ligen, a Keystone business responsibility! to vote. lie stated Geneva
The weekly schedule of the and Mrs. W.;f. Honey. bridge game Tuesday, Nov 21, a long illness. woman and only female there was a "3""s statewide turn- 1 Mi. East of Keystone H U KEYSTONE 473-4651
different troops and their lead-,, Cadets every Tuesday l night, were: First, :Mrs. Roland Bryan ; A native of Meadeville, Pa., trustee of St. Johns River Col- out of registered voters at the
ers are as follows: Brownie 7 p.m. at St. Anne's Episcopal and Mrs. C.\'., Home with Mr. Bird was a retired civil lege. :Mrs Ilgen said she believed polls with the Keystone area _REAL ESTATE MOBILE HOME
Troop 398 every Thursday< afternoon Church;; ,Leaders; :Mrs. II.W. 68 1/2 points; Second, Mrs. engineer with the l .S. Civil strongly!;) in the Demo- showing an 84c turnout which
.after school at the Com- Branson and Mrs. Hill Par- Fern Baker and :Mrs Stella Service and a member of the cratic processes of governmentand .was attributed to the InterAct Richard T. Lovorn Want to sell Mobile
munity Church; Leaders Mrs. sons.A :Miner with 57 points; Third Community' Church of Keystone ;) in the civic duty' and pride Club and their project. your
Ronald Andrews and Mrs.Barry; Senior Troop is in the pro- :Mrs. .Ubert Bachmann and Mrs. Heights. displayed by voting and old in He said, "'Ihe 1 telephone calls Kag.: Real Estate Broker Home? If you have a buyer
Wyman. cess.of being organized and will Ray Becker with 56 points; I After graduating from Allegheny community, affairs. !She said, and the transportation provided Mobile Home Brokers will
Fourth Mrs. ,\,\'. Bannisterand College In .Meadeville: he "-** a trustee of St, Johns by the Inter-\ct Club made LAKE PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and

=:$4g+I..II 4N IIIIlIIIIlIIIIlII.IIIIIII.IIII.lljjll.IIIIIII.IIIIIII..111+ + i> + + + I.111I.1.l, + +u Iuu:i+uut. :Mrs W.J. Grollck with was: married In 1924 to Marie Riser College I believe in the the \\lr; difference In the votersat RESIDENTIAL ,' Insurance details for a brokerage
55 1/2 and moved to Keystone need of higher education the polls" lie also stated -a..
1 points. to the )
f (d" fee .
U of 10% of the sell.
Heights In 1925 with his
limits ,BUSINESS .
of one's ability' to reach that It Is a sad commentary on ACREAAPPRAISALS -
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEDMr. ; wife and widowed mother, Mrs. the maximum potential for service \merlca when people have to +.. ing price. For more information
and Mrs.William. Smithof Ella C. Bird. They were among to self and society" be prodded to get out and vote callMOBILE

st, Pompano Beach announce the the early residents of Keystone< :Mrs. Ilgen then Introduced the "\\hen we fall to vote, we deprive -
,1 branch It marriage:\ of their daughter, Heights many of whom came (guest speaker, Dr, Robert L. ourselves and fall our Keystone Hgts. 473.3254 HOME BROKERS
Janis Lane, to Richard Lewis from -Meadeville and other &. country; ."
.'} l,:: hr..t1 I i. Murrhec,. Jr., Keystone points In Pennsylvania.In Melrose Woman's Dr. :Mcl.endon encouraged the Edna Knepper; Aisoc. RT. 1 BOX 350 i
J Heights. 1942 he became a civilian students to prepare themselves
out with Is 'ofIr.: Club Meeting' Held for 473-4111 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666
Richard the son engineer for the l'.S.rm)' our changing world to think

and Mrs Richard L. Murrhee at Camp Blending, where he ItThe\ what Democracy means to themas Martha, Assoc.
i a little .also of Keystone Heights., directed highway construction Melrose Woman's Club individuals and how it Influences PHONE 47517518EAUTY
tt The blessing of this marriagewill and beautification of the large met for,their regular programand every; area of their' 413.3362
take place at 6 p.m. on World War n training camp luncheon meeting' with a lives. lie said, "\oa have the HOP
savings U the evening of Saturday, Dec. In 1946 he went to the Philippines large attendance :Mr. Daniels, heritage, tradition, the challenge
SAVIIJGStltl 23, at the St. Anne's Episcopal, as a reconstruction engineer a representative of the I.G.A. and the choice. Can you LEONARD'S
Itii Church In Keystone Heights.COlfMt'1lTY following the Japanese gave an Informative talk on the meet the challenge of today'?" Nell's

{ surrender and a year later to selection and buying of meat. First place winner for the best Beauty Style ShoE OUTBOARD SHOP
CHURCH Okinawa I where he spent 12 The members are asked to essay written, which was Judgedby
COUPLES CLASS years as' a safety engineer and continue to bring, their gifts :Miss Emma Kate Mansfield, "For a lovelier
The Community Church supervisor of and-aircraft :Miss Gertrude Houser and :Mrs
Girls Ranch yen"Phone
for the Hacienda "
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I@/R Couples Sunday School Class Is weapon Installation. He was for Christmas.The :Maude WaUtlns on patriotism, :
planning a covered dish Christmas Joined by his family; and they club sponsored a gen. was awarded to Shelly Rufflnl 475.221
I Party at the home of :Mr. lived on Okinawa until his retirement eral clean-up program for the second place to Debbie Reed, Johnson Motors
and : and third Barbara:Mat Between '
Mrs. Michael Redfeam, In 19S9. While there, town on November 24. place SALES & SERVICE
Sunday Dec. 3. All members he and his wife adopted two thews.NOW ,
having your own mone)' U." are urged to 'attend.! OkInawan children, Tom and Keystone GLASTRON AND

E'ke Account Susan, now graduates of Keystone I 'Heights and I
'your Savings PERSONALSThe Heights High School and ... CHECKMATE BOATS
Jim Whartons;daughters Florida universities Melrale. V.
with us. Stash a little away every {\ Kathy; and Laurie; Patti !Mlzell Upon returning to their homeat OPEN Keystone Heights Fla.

Then watch lt and Tom McLaughlin arrived Keystone Heights !Mr. Bird '
tour money
: home safely ,after, weekend devoted his time development CONTRACTOR
and grow and grow" In Atlanta. Saturday: afternoonwe of Sunrise Park Estates and I
took a tour of the Regency other real estate holdings.! Demarco And Son
Hotel and rode up and down In Surviving are his wife ,
the very modern elevators. We Marie; two daughters, Mrs. Space For
spent our evening In the Under- Susan Hiatt, New York City, INSPECTION STATIONCLOSED Specializing In

KEYSTONE STATE''S'ANK ground and had a great time. and Mrs. Margaret Andrewsen, Resid.nt1e( Slabs Sate
I Sunday as It was raining we American Fork Utah;two sons, SIN.: & MO.N. ;\ j
went to the Cyclorama and view- Cmdr. Concret
Paul Bird, Philadelphia TOfio, Block
Member P.D.I. Keystone Heights, Fla. {j ed the painting of the Battle of Pa., and Tom Bird Gainesville; HIGHWAY 21 N. KEVSTONE Work

Atlanta. Everyone had a grand two brothers, Dr. George Bird, Painting.
Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
"Yoar { time and the kids are ready FayettevUle, N.Y., and Dr.Paul HOURS: Licensed*JSut Insured

Community. (j Bird, Lakeland; and three FREE ESTIMATES
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(Cont. From Preceding Page) of Melrose died Tuesday, Nov. .. ..m.mmm. m.._,.._._ __m..m. '
22, In a Starke hospital after

to go back. weekend to see Jean's sister and a short Illness. She was born r REDUCE safe & fast with Con WE GIVE SERVICE. We get WAftTED Used furniture, re-
Mrs. Paul Tyre and Mrs.Faye brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. In Harrisburg, Pa. on Oct. 10. CLASSIFIED AD RATES Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water results! List your property frigerators washers -Dah- PLANNING A TRIP
McCormack honored EllseStrlckler. Eugene Duhe. Jr. and their 1886, and had lived In Melrose Deadline for Insertion Monday pills" Andrews Pharmacy.5tp sale with Call today.. rner's Discount House.,, tf/cgh
bride-elect of Bill children, Eugene, Jean! and for the past 15 years. 5 pan preceding Thursday 5tp 11/30 BILL POWELL BROKER: 9648464 LET US HELP!
Wolle, Jr.,with amlsceUaneous Brian. The Duhes spent a few Surviving Is one laughter, before publication. or 964-6810 tf/chg BULLDOZING work of all kinds We Handle
Mrs. Fay Gray of Jacksonville; RENT-'
shower In Mrs. McCormack'shome In Mobile Including land clearing and
Disney World before '
on Lake Brooklyn returning to their home In New six grandchildren, andl5greatvviicescwereheld - .. homes outside city limits. J. FOR SALEBrick veneer J landscaping. Paul Lock Law-' EXOTIC CRUISESTo

Marcia Walthall of Palatka Orleans. stl0roa.m.Saturday B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If no bedroom 2 bath living room, toy, Fla. Ph. 7823592. sip The
Minimum Charge $1.73 answer call 964-8874. tfchg 12/7
honored the bride with another dining room family room.
shower November 11. Mrs. Mrs. Kyle MeMurtry. Jr.was at the graveside InOaklawn with (Covers 15 words) targe lot. Central heat, and CARRIBEANSAlse
Bill Wolfe,mother the groom honored with a bridal shower Cemetery.Lawrence Jacksonville Carroll officia Each word over 15, WAlt t! air. Reasonable terms. Buford Airline Ticketsand
Gall Wolfe, Polly Price and at the horn of Mr W.W. Cox Rev. In MILLER .DrownVOLKSWAGEN Mitchell phone 964-6853. tfchg JIMMY MOORE'S 'Tours
ting. Arrangement were
Cathy Price were guests present given by her daughter, Pat Mitchell Classified Ads must be Call 964-7449
from Keystone. November on Friday Nov. 17. charge of DeWltt C. Funeral paid for In advance unless MOBILE HOME OWNERS: Own Sun. Sparta
18, Billy Wolfe and Elise Rita received many beautiful Home. you have established account your own beautiful lot. Only TOWN FINANCE CO.
Strickler were honored with a and useful gifts and the guests with The Telegraph In that rtr@: O) 995 down and $23 a month. MORE BOAT FOR P.O. Box 226 N. Temple
"Tool shower" at the horn of enjoyed refreshments served event 50($ extra charge for Restricted to protect those YOUR MONEY
Jane Crosley In Palatka. Parents by the hostess. '' billing. Not responsible: for who care. Now ready along
of the bride-groom Mr. Mrs. Wayne (Pat)Hazen served NEWS NOTES errors when given over the U., S. 301, 4 miles south of Starke .. Ph. 964-5791. ) Home and 31-1/2 Acres locat-
and Mrs. William Wolfe ST., the Thanksgiving Dinner at phone or when copy Is not typedand Starke. Phone 468-1351. ed on SRD. 100 South. Home
were present for this occa- her home on Lake Geneva with By Helen V. Egan; brought to the office New & Used R1A top 127BEGINNERS Complete Outboard & Stern 3 bedroom; CD construction.

sion. Mrs. Bert Chrlstoffers and the Soles Service \WI GUITARS Drive Service and Repair Land bordered by two. paved
Mrs. Althea P. Strlckler of Chuck Newmans attending. Gall - with roads and one graded road.
Cocoa and daughter, Donnle Chrlstoffers was home for the DECEMBER CALENDAROF cases Only $19.95 at Dahmer's Complete Fiberglass RepairCustom ,
were house guests of Mr. and festivities from Montreal, ACTIVITIES CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Mi. North of the Mall Discount. 6tchg 12/14 built Fiberglass Very nice in country. 2 acres
Mrs. William Wolfe Novem- bringing with her two friends. Melrose Homemakers ClubIs GAINESVILLE Fishing Beats. 1-uid. 2-1/2 ml. west, S.R.D.
ber II. Don and Terry Morris were meeting this morning(Thursday $1.75 per Inch 19-INCH ZENITH Portable TV, 100. Block Const. 3 B.R. .I
Richard Murrhee, Jr. was down from Jacksonville for the ) at the clubhouse to cele- 2 Inch minimum -- $3.30 like new, with new waranty. Hath, L.R., Din. Room Kit

sworn Into the US Army on day.Mr. brate the Christmas season. Only $75 at Dahmer's Discount then, Utility Room, Carport,
and Mrs. Tom Garner - CHRISTIAN WOMAN ----------------------------
October 31 at 12 noon by his Following the* business meet- 38, no House. Stchg 12/28 Completely furnished. Must be
father, Lt. Col Richard Murr- John Ruffin!, and Dick Ables attended Ing Christmas and family: will care for elderly WE NOW HAVE diamond needles -
program seen to bo appreciated.
hee, an officer In the Regular the Sixteenth Field Con- will be enjoyed. Memorials Resolutions, Pro fed- Live In. Reasonable. .- INSURANCEAT for any make or model
Ready Army Reserve. Ricky ference of the Southern Geolo- Friday afternoon Dee. 1, the clamations. Card of Thanks Phone 4681666. 2tchg 11/30 stereo player.-Dahmer's Discount -
Is stationed at Ft. Knox Ky. gical Society at 'the, Kennedy local area AARP members and ".00 Minimum up to 50 REDUCED RATES House tf/chg
I for his basic training and then Space Center last week. The friends will have an afternoon words. Each word over 50- : FOR SALE- mm Kodak Movie AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
will be stationed In Germanywith theme of the program was round table discussion of the Ik!. : Projector, like new. 8 mm 1 Kodak DOYLE E. CONNER BILL POWELL BROKER
the Third Armored Tank "Space Age Geology"which appropriately principles and programs of the Movie Camera, for $65. It Your Bug
(Division. marked the December national organization. Friendsare Phone 468-1666. 2tchg 11/30 INSURANCE AGENCY 964-6464
I Hilda Jackson returned from a launch of Apollo 15 always cordially Invitedto tcha. Bugging Ya? .
trip to Puerto Rico recently which will carry the first geologist attend these meetings.On Pay For Classified OR
which she enjoyed tremendously. to the moon. ''Tom Garner Saturday Dec.2,the doors Ads In ,Advance INTERESTED IN BUYING WATER FRONT LOTS WAYNE DOUGLAS
is of the South- FOR SALE
While there she enjoyed president of the Melrose Homemakers,
some Island hopping and many eastern Society which Is made Club will open to the public Increased touts have made OR SELLING? On Crosby Lake and Crosby. ASSOCIATE
other Island attractions.Mr. up of geologists from Florida, and all who enter will be treat- It necessary for this newspaper Lake 'Canal. (Cana150 feet ,
and Mrs. George Wilson Alabama and Georgia. ed to a fairyland bazaar of gift to clarify Its present CONTACT wide; 8 feet deep) Located on 964-6593
of Cape Cod were guests of Mrs. Jeff and Dana ,flatu came items, holiday decorations and rules and adopt new ones fur State Road 100, 3 miles Westof SERVICE ,IS NOW
Wilson's parents Mr. and Mrs. home for the r Thanksgiving Christmas goodies. the publication of classified GEORGE ROBERTS Starke,' Fla. Ideal for vaca-
Bill Helote. It has been quite weekend for a visit with their On Thursday, Dec. 14, the advertisements In Us columns tion cottage, mobile home or AVAILABLE. IN STARKE
a while since Renee has been respective parents, Mrs.Janice Fellowship Club of Keystone REAL ESTATE Investment. 964-8596 .e ,
back In Keystone and everyone Bans, and Mr. and Mrs.Robert Heights will have a holiday AU advertisements of this Prices start at $1,295,000$200 Factory Trained VW .
enjoyed seeing her. II ayes. open house during the afternoonat nature must be paid In advance PHONE 964-7826 down and $35.00 month for 36 .Mechanic '
Hill Denwry popped Into see Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ketch the Lions Club. The time unless an established months ((82 e simple interest Minor,
me the other day and I learned and son, tester drove to Lar- will be announced later. The monthly account li main- 421 W. MADISON ST. ). Major RepairsOn FIAT :,
that he Is now living In Gainesville go where their daughter Roxanne program Trill be, arranged by tained with this newspaper. Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 9 AH Makes One Day
and Is employed by Kn-: met them and enjoyed President Lester Sheets and Mailing and bookkeeping ALCOA SIDING! SPECIALIST- p.m. weekdays. tt Service On Most Jobs SALES'PARTS t
vlromcntal Engineering.: Inc. Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. the social committee with Mrs. coils have advanced, making Since 1938. All Wood CoveredIn
He didn't quite make It back to and Mrs. Arthur ,Johnson Mr. Lillie Roberts as hostess chair It neceuary to make, this' Aluminum.. Workmarmhln. ACE GARAGE SERVICE I
Keystone but Is still close Ketch's sister.,,. man. adjustment. Guaranteed. WILLIAM DAVIS;, USED IMPORT CARS ;
i enough! to come over and enjoy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rider The December 21 covered It Is much preferred that P. O. Box 1081, I KEYSTONE CARL BEGGS 528 S. Walnut St.
the fishing. were called awayKftu4denly last Christmas luncheon will be classified: advertising be HEIGHTS FLA.(904)473-3366.) I HARFRED AUTO
Out of town guests for theRe- week to Charlotte,.N.C. on the served at 11:30-12: In the Episcopal placed In person rather than 9tp 1/25/73 Gulf ServiceUsed IMPORTS INC.
lotc-Ilannn wedding were the death of their brother-in-law, Church parish hall. This by telephone' so as to avoid Parts SEWING! MACHINES! cleaned ,
Helotes daughter and her hus- Lewis Hamilton. We wish to express will be a holiday social meetIng errors. '1Yr HOUSE FOR RENT321 N. oiled and adjustedinyourhome! 509 E. University'
band, Mr. and Mrs. George our sympathy to his fam and no business tesslon Clark St. 4 bedroom, 2 car ,THE FINEST SELECTION OF $5. Vacuum Cleaner repairs Galnesvlll..372.4373.SEYING ,
Wilson of Cape Cod, Mr. and ily.We will be held. garage. Phone 9648077. !Itp also. All work guaranteed.
Mrs. Carl !"'.I lanna,Sr.grandparents ; would like to welcome USED CARSIn Dennis E. Cogging, phone 431-
of the groom fromWachula Mr. and Mrs. C.n. McAfee to PERSONALSSympathy/ CHICKEN HOUSES Cleaned out. FOR SALEOne and half year 1428. tfchff.
; Candy Ilanna Sister our community. They recently<<: Is extended to the Contact Vernon Reddish, 964- old gielden Welch horse. 782- This Whole Area .... $

the groom, from the University purchased a house near theWoman's family of John Bird, who pass 6530 after 5 p.m. 4tchg 12/21 3085. UpAnson' 24 Hr. Wrecker Service -$ SAVE $1
n of Fin; Pete Ilanna, brother Club and Mr. McAfee ed away Saturday, Nov. 25, MACHINESales
+ of the groom Ha. State University Is an associate In Lovorn Real- after a long Illness. FOR SALE63 Willys Jeep USED PARTS
; and Mr. and Mrs. Carl tors. Thomas E. Hagler. of Frank- pickup truck 4 wheel I drive FRED DAVISBUICK and Service \

JC.. llama, Jr., parents of the The. Al] Watsons had house fort, Ky, and a friend, Gary good condition mechanically and Hwy 301 N. .. PFAFF
j }4rKrom &Wood.+f14 ,fUn' of L"andob1IISr.for' Oregon, recently! visited Mr. body..750 cash, 864-S7H. lip : !Mobile Homo ,.'i" ; "I-ae..M..#Waldo,;, .w.a w ... '''' "4
,- -.ETh' : Walker'and Phlllls Hus- Thanksgiving. Their U. llagler's parents, the I'd: Ro- SINGLES &DOUBLE GMC TRUCKS: New Home
aey spent the Thanksgiving Col Alfred Watson hie ,wife FOR WIDES 468-1998 "
berts of Bedford Lake. I Mr. RENTSmall 2 bedroom A LITTLE RIDE CAN WHITE
weekend in Atlanta enjoying the Barbara, and their two sons, and Mrs. Roberts spent Thanksgiving furnished house. 74 9!N.\ ,.Thompson Expando Rooms & Add LOT"
sights and shopping in the big Tom and Bob, from Moody Air weekend with another son St. Call 964-7444 or 964- On Rooms SAVE YOU A $49.50

city.Mr. Force Base In Yaldosta, spent and family Mr. and Mr. Hag 5070. Itp Free Delivery and Set Up I GREEN COVE SPRINGSEARL'S up
and Mrs. l-.verett: Fox the weekend. ;"Alfred Is the ler of Ocala. 100 MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. Parts & Repairs on
drove to I Disney World last Commander of the Hospital Mrs. John Massey of Pal at- LOSTLadles Hamilton wrist MILE RADIUS all other
there on the base. The Watsons ka visited Mr. and Mrs. F. P. watch. Please phone 964-5758 BANK FINANCINGHWY 90 West Lake City LAND Clearing-Disc chinesNATIONAL ma
daughter Aggie, and her husband Egan last Saturday.Mrs. or 964-6696. Itp 17 NORTH Phone 752.3723 Inc and Fill Dirt. Call after

Ron Green and their Florence Thiele, a for- GREEN COVE For Best Selection Of 4 P.M. 533-2147. 4tp 11/30
r daughter Kelly drove down mer Keys toner, now living In FOR SALEOak double bed '
from Live Oak to spend the day Walden N. Y., was recently and chest. Two box springs. Tel. 284.5001 2M-7311 TRAVEL TRAILERS STEVE'S STEAM Cleaning Ser
Mrs. Blanche Cunningham Is presented with a large framed Call 964-6319 after 4:30: p.m. MINI-HOMES vice. Homes trailers autos 611 W. Univ. Ave.
home now after being hospita- certificate "in recognition of lip trucks, heavy equipment. All
lized for a brokefUhlgh. bone. contributing special talents and TRUCK CAMPERSAND kinds. Phone 533-2702. 4tp Gainesville Fla.
Clad to hear f y4yLare} ; home efforts toward the realization FOR RENT- bedroom block PUMPSNEW TOPPERSFull 11/30 4* 378-1355
and doing better. of the Humane Society's objec- home furnished. 3 miles out
Our deepest sympathy Is extended tive of creating respect for all of Starke on Crlffls Loop. Call AND USED Line Of Parts And
to the family of John forms of life." :Mrs. Thlele 964-3690. Itp
Bird a long time resident of has long been interested in SALES Service OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
Keystone Heights on his death, the welfare of animals and wona FOR SALE1968 Jeep Pickup PARTS
Nov. 25, after a long Illness. court suit several years ago truck good condition, one owner SERVICE 100 W. PH. 964-5606 % STJ"
Mr. and !Mrs.\ Lavon Lower when she found some underfed Call 533-2468. 2tp 127REDUCE FLOOR Covering' 5. ,
and their sons Lana and Lane, 6x9 $3.19: 9 x 12 5.98; 2 Travel Trailers Self t !.
horses In a barn and had the Deep and Shallow Wells 12 Contained JEaSlS( 8 8M
x 12 511.50 12 I !
traveled to Daytona to have owner arrested. rJ; excess fluids with ; x 19 only
Thanksgiving dinner with Caro- Mrs. Blanche Cunningham Fluldex 81.69Lost weight with!! $14.95 many patterns and 'ft. And 1.27ft. Selling Fall
line's :Mr. and Mrs. colors Dahmer's Discount Far, Clearance
parents, who was badly Injured In a Dev-A-Dlet capsules $1.98 at
Maxwell Fulcher. A good recent fall. Is now at home MITCHELL'S DRUGS. Itp Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT tfchg. Also 2 Repossed Homes .

See Bill Gardner time was enoyp44t t?>-'all.u and able to get around with WANTEDGood! SERVICEON 1.24x57 Doublewide & 1-12x60 Singlewlde

aid.Roy for, housekeeper 32 ALL MAKES R Til Dark Mon S;..(. Vnnn: IJnrk On Sunilnvn,
L. Bridges Is improv- one day a week per LONG' CHAMPHome
John Bird. ing slowly, but Is still hospit hour and furnish own trans PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
for alized. portation. Call Hampton 468-

your (Cont. From Preceding Page) Jack Haberstroh spent the 1763. Itp ,and Building;
Thanksgiving weekend with his Your Own
Materl als Making
listening grandchildren family in their Lake Geneva now taking applications -
:Memorial services<<: were heldat lakeside home. He' returned for for waitresses and hose, WE BUILD Christmas
:2 p.m. Tuesday In the Community further treatment at the Gaines- tess. Garden Restaurant. Itchg. Moved 5 Block. North CandlesBy
pleasure Church Keystone ville Veterans Hospital. 11/30 864 N. Temple Ave "Your Plans Or Ours
Heights with Rev. Stewart :Mc- Miss Elizabeth Daly a new- Your Lot Or Ours." Your
Cord conducting: Arrangementswere comer here, Is also at home, HO\'lf:\ ; REMODELLING Jobs Commercial Grade
: in charge of Johnson- following her Injury of a fractured dons;; also plumbing, house wiring FREE ESTIMATES Candle
Hayes Funeral Home, Gaines shoulder. and.isome appliance work.,. WE MAKE ALL
ville. Both Mrs Leonard Grant and Prompt service Call 964-8087. Remodeling RepairsAdditions
Walter Grollck, who underwent 5tp 12/28 MAJOR APPLIANCE Register Oil Co.:

U s eye home surgery and able recently to attend, are ehurchlen'lces back WILL BABY sit In my home, REPAIRS. Homes Bought Sold Phone 964-5888 308 S. Thompson St.
last Monday: through Saturday. Ph. TradedACREAGE
Sunday. tr* *
Alaskans rat mart let cream EXPERT REPAIRMEN 'rf-rrtrttttttittttirmnrtfittitttttstttttt
per capita than residents of Mrs. Marian Batchelder Is 9647456. lip FOR SALE
NEW any Dlh,,' unit. Sort of bal- reported gaining slowly from CALL 964-8363 ;
ance out ad that hot chill her sudden attack of a stroke. FOR SALE-Gaited hone and 964-453 ,i {j.oI HSRVS-f.S'.SK:: :: :::fJAS4: S1.y mS' M1VY hfiLyy. ..
NORELCOBEHINDTHEEAR they/ consume ,in the! dmrtitatti. :Mr. Batchelder's sister and saddle. 250. Call 7823673. Stark Hwy. 301 S. Stark. :
AID husband had \1.ltlrwthem, Itp
FEATURING LONG and went down to southern FOR Live cedar Appliance Service I I
trees. 4
'climes LOTS
for several days returning FOR SALE Starke Golf ;
BATTERY LIFE. Iluu,rnn. last weekend, and will Mrs. W. A.; Stern. Ph. 964-' 323 Brownie St. rf 4 Country Club ready for .
'.Up to 250 hours el comfortable LIQUIDATION be staying for a while to help 5614. 4tp 12/23 building on or for Investment. Owen i Joist of Florida, inc.. needs dependable able

hearing on I battery! So Harrison. FOR SALEHens.. GentHman Lou area approximately 1/2 bodied I factory help. Ne experience
economical to use, yet deliver AUCTION acre and larger. Paved roads I Steady work, overtime neceesory.
Egg Farm. S-233. Morgan 0. C. Carets fringe benefits
rich, clear sounds. Tiny Church Nursery only 3 minutes from town. ,
light weight reliable. Comein CHAROUIS CATTLE Buy Sal'blgs Bond Road. White birds sod! Thousand of Plants Call 964-7701 8 aunt to 5 p.m.
red birds IF
each $1 YOU
be fitted for Fruit Trees
listening i Shade Trees, tfchg: APPLY
.. DICf, 11 .....liters 964-5331. ItP
pleasure, lodaylIfiAIHESVlLLE! Ml MTIl T-O.ukl.-l.' Ranch Evergreens, Camellias. ATwr1 .
p_ ,, T......... L......, A TEXAS OIL COMPANYHas A..I.... Rose FOR SALE--Coastal Bale hay
fareo'jO ,o. ... ass. .._.11. 11.. Most In Cans Out of barn or out of the field JOIST,
note ?!<...o4-o7.joi opening Stark area No Plant Anytime Registered Angus calves Ph. S
/! 'xansrrs Oa.4Jf.21M.iuneni experience necessary. Age not LANDSCAPING 964-6114 J.B. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY f
r.II. .,._..-.. e...e.lwr N'. .... W- TREASURETROVE important. Good character A 23 MI. S.E. Of Starke, White tfchg: Lincoln EMPLOYER
::''ii': :::==u'J'T' rz-. ....... ..edl.ra.r, |M.h. must. We train. Air Mail) A..T.' Hwy. 100 City Road. Monday through Friday
: ._ .Hw",. 100(fvn to..h.. Dlckerson. Pres.,Southwestern Flereheme. 7:00: A.M
--------- 14. S-S-A fw 4., .'". $ 659.2165 & fiQ $ M itaKQ & d0004>>3etf*:A Mte> AMLi*vr.P.M 'TF 1
Sand Petroleum Corp.., Fort Worth, FOR, SALE
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xml record header identifier 2008-10-16setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Bradford County telegraph.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Starke (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Bradford County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher L.C. Webb,dc:date November 30, 1972dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579551 (ALEPH)sn 95047406 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- StarkeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida