Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 7, 1972
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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:r lli6eron. ; 'Yawn ,told the County Commls- } 'i"'fi '" ; look forward, to ..

'11', \sbn'$ Monda mornlng. 4l ... ,County School having Intensive' care .."-
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.... "''"You've sF emerl.epcy':
o' done an 'excellentJob judgements. each year since .? by next
,_, f for us,"Commission Chairman based on the. similarity with '- t tc "
'I .George Roberta told Yawn. the 1965 case. V ..April along':with six

4 'r':' f"i' ,"W.. .'realize we've made history The case has become a land- Rest Room other area counties.
V' V ,1;'," tin a way." Yawn has mark In Florida. Yawn has consideration
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the timberland
successfully argued V'
11'I successfully defended the coun-
and recommendation of
day on
,', positionon the value of tax case all the way Gene
County Attorney
//1 iberlanda since ,.l9U."wtnAft to /the Florida Supreme Court. Shaw
> the commisslcf,/ signed a con-
Ii, -ta decision ,.cut't the 1963'r _"We've 'carved a notch, so ,'t. V i.V ,: HitUnclean 'Mraci'wrt fneYCftr I of,Jack'
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'. > <*.tax,appe"' ln:'a trial to speaks In the matter of, adWaonm. ; / :V.sonvUU'sWioMnto f P" federally '
", ,,)}967, and getting turrimll'7'' tax, law as they re- fundetf'proeram to upgraoV" the
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'ford cases have been cited In rooms with no toilet County Hospital. '

New 'Home timber tax litigation In other 12)H tissue supplied and without doors were Under the contract a maxi-

part of. the state to prove brought to the attention of the Bradford mum of $190,000 will be spent
ExtensionAgent the actual value timber firms I In Bradford County In the program -
place on timberlanda. 1 School Board by a group of five parents known as Emergency

Container Is still protestIng : Tuesday. Medical Care EMC), The federal -
Naiiied Its. '1968-71 advalorem'tax rr4 funds will come from the
es. Circuit Judge John A. H.Murphree's ; Southslde Elementary School school rest$ fooms;) "are not U.S. Department of Health Education -

Miss ruling giving Bradford r, n was subject of the parents' clean .nOllg Casey: suggested and Welfare The program
Kathleen E. Brown of but Tom avail will be administered by'
County a summary Judge- concern Supt Casey that 1 IT, funds are
Mt. Pleasant, Michigan has been men In the 68-71 cases, based said the same rest room .Itabl., the solution I would be to the City of Jacksonville's Department -
appointed as Bradford County'snew on their similarity to the 65- uation is a county-wide probemploy maid* to be on duty of Safety.
home, extension agent to 07 cases In which Judge Mur- lem. Readily admitting that during school; Bradford will receive funds
work with the county agriculture ; for two specially equipped ambulances -
department.The phree ruled In favor of the "Why hS3 fipt(something .hoopdone
one used from St.
county. Is now on appeal before -
lady asking U
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appointment was one ,
approved the First District Court Johns County for a standby'
Monday by the County- of Appeals. Pecan Auctions the reason wa simply apathy. plus funds to hire round the
Commission upon recommendation Question before the District "It's a ffiarief f of where priorities clock drivers. More funds will
//to. of"She's County Agent Bobby Court Is not Judge Murphree's Close Out With are placed"Casey ans be supplied to upgrade and enlarge
very capableand ruling,' Yawn told the commission wered. Custodial maintenance the emergency room at
can do the Job for us here
Volume within the .school system is BUI.
Monday, but a technicality 1J''
Taylor Miss said. visited Container claims occurredIn Straight-A students at BMS are: On floor: Darla Christopher and Teresa Boyce; one of the JII /figs that can most Other funds will pay for the
Brown two dayshere stand to be Improved, the superintendent medical training of the ambulance -
for Interviews recently. the prior litigation. A rulIng Kathy Taylor, Chuck Register, Ealine Green, and Janet Boyct; standing-Sara The third and final pecan auction laid. drivers and attendants.Two .
In Container's wouldnot
favor of the
season was at
6.Her duties will- begin January reverse Judge Murphree's'previous R.ddi.hond, John Samon. the State Farmers Market In "They ,Iii ii 1; ".said one teach men will be on duty 24

She Is .a 1970 graduate of, rulings but would gain Starke on Thursday, Nov. 30, er when asked ,about conditions .hours per day. Emergency ambulance -,
Central Michigan! Universityand previous rulings but would again with a light volume of nuts of rest rooms at Southslde. service must be provided -
open the 68-71 timber tax bringing an average of 44 1/2 under the contract, for
obtained her master's degree cases to the possibility of being cents a pound. Casey pr9nl;i nied the parents the entire county. It also requires

Taylor born In.and noted 1971.raised prtdefully.Miss on Brown a farm was- the board.taken to trial. Yawn told 9 ,Earn All. A'sAt at The the following leading averages varieties: Cur-sold he assumed would at South Principal\aide"Into, saying the James situation he- at 24 BCH.hour duty by' physicians

Indication that the lengthy litigation Ifs, 51 1/2 cents Mahan. 56
Under a new arrangement, ; Hobbs haftjbeen working on "It sounds like a tremendous
the home demonstration will may be drawing to a 1/2 cents; :Moneymakers, 411/2 remedying I the. situation.Architect program If we can meet the
also work In Union County for close came last Thursday when cents; Seedlings. 41 1/2 cents; yr., requirements," says Attorney
several days 'a month, organizing Container Corporation paid the Middle Stuarts. 43 cents. ; Vandemans ,por)> Morgan uked Shaw, the former B..adfordlec-'
a home extension club county In full Its 1972 advalorem 55 cents for suggestion, on the topic islator who pointed out the program -,
there. I taxes due, the first time A total of 12,969 pounds sold agreed with; Board Member H. will provide the Bradford -
since 1964 that has occurred. at the final sale for an .stlmaA.. Lawson tfcstno"child proof" hospital with facilities ma-
a The amount according to Tax :Nine of 1,100 students at Bradford J. Hardest!;: Sheila Holmes, Nora Ruth Starling, ted return to growers$5,800.. rest room ,has. yet, been found. ny hospitals don't have.
Collector J. R. Kelly was Middle School earned Linda Gall Johns, :Melanie Lor- slree Walnwrlght, Only 34,419 pounds of nutswere Only way,_ieudents would be
$57,614 on approximateb.36OOOacre. straight .-\'. for the first nine raine :Morris, Susan Masse, liams. sold at the three auctions kept supplied with toilet Us- "Very ambitious for u.."

m.. iio.Gtrirr of timberland. In Bradford weeks grading period which T.rrlcCarthc.: : Patricia:Mulllns held here this season. EadmatNe, Lawson',1ald'' | would be toed Shaw stated.
ended recently.They Wanda ,' The em.rgencyvehlcles, specially -
County. Plttman, Nancy: Seventh grade-' returns from the three sales place the containers too high
Container still owes the county are: Payne., Cassle Lynne RIddick, Cynthia Louame totaled $I5,355.64with moveron the waif for pupils to reach equipped van-type trucks
$89,019 In property taxes Sixth gradersTeresaBojce, Dale Yvonne Rouse, Susan Tal- all] season average of 44 1/2 r,, as opposed to conventional ambulances -
withheld during 1968-1971. plus daughter of Mr. and Mrs M I. G. cott, Delilah Loretta Thomas, (s.. Page ) cents a pound. (See ",eg. 12)) will have facilitiesfor
Interest which will total some treatment of heart attack
Boyce, Starke, and Sara Biggs
$26,000. The timber firm has victims. A new central communications -
daughter of )Ir. and Mrs. Bobby -
paid each year only those taxes Biggs Starke. system will keep
y I It claimed It owed, withholding doctors constantly In with'" ambulance -
the difference In that Seventh gradersKathy Taylor 2 Convicted Of personnel, enabling
amount and the amount the county daughter of Count- Agent Conspiracy'To them to receive Instructions to
I claimed the firm owed. and Mrs. Bobby Taylor Starke provide treatment prescribedby
I Chuck Register son of :Mr. doctors even while being
k'CELEBRA Latest I court action on the and :Mrs. Leonard Register transported to the hospital.
TE cases yet on appeal, 1968-71 Crystal Lake; Janet Bojce,
came' last Thursday In Jacksonville daughter of Mr. and Mrs. :M. Compromise UC Sheriff Monitors and micro-wave
radio will allow medi-
LIFE when oral arguments. G. Boyce Starke and Karen system
were heard by the First District Reddish daughter of :Mr. and cal Information such u heartbeat
Court of Appeals. Edward :Mrs. Lamar Reddish, Starke. to be available to hospital -
Musical' McCarthy Jr. presented the appellant Two' of the three, parsons Carson Grtffls. 63, of High- son at Ralford on May 23,1961. volved the pr' proposeduseofthree;; personnel while the victimis
: case for Container and Eighth gradersDarla Christopher charged with conspiracy to land, and his "girl. friend," Jackson was a nephew of White- cameras leaded with color Him, In the ambulance) on the way
daughter of :Mr. and to the
By Bradford Countj's attorney T. blackmail Sheriff John Whitehead Lillian Lloutza, 46, of Jacksonville ,head's. went amuck when'Buck and Geneva hospital.In .
Mrs. D. Christopher dir.Starke; of Union County were con- were tried separatelyand Reddish 51, whose original for some iamUaclouedtea-: a meeting last Thursday
Samons of and
First Baptist I (See Page 12)) John:Mrs. John Samons, son Starke and victed In Circuit Court hen ootn convicted tor weir death sentence was set aside son decided: ,tq, drop the plot local fire department officials,
this week, and a mistrial was in bizarre to lure trailed the law enforcement officers, along
01Ir.: part a plot on appeal to the Florida Supreme after they had
Eollne Green daughter .
Church Choir j declared Wednesday morning lakeside with city and county officials
Sh.rtrr1dtllhead into bed- skatIng
a Court,, was retried In sheriff from the -
Dee. 10.11 BUS and :Mrs. HarryGrem, Starke.Students In the case of the third defendant room scene with a Lake Butler 1964 and received two life sentences rink operated by' White- agreed to combine all radio
I SophomoresTo earning an).-B average ,'Joe Reddish,when Ben woman. where compromising plus! ten years. head's wife, to the Union County ..Bradforda central unit from
7:30 I Start Parent the first nine weeks grading jamin 1=. Ouilford. a prison Inmate photographs could betaken Jail., where ,fh..y saw Ms car tile County J.aU. ft
p.m. II Youth Organization period and on the honor and chief witness for the by a hidden third party. Two other persons Involved parked In the shade of an oak will mean that for emergencies
Sunday I roll are, by grade State could not appear due to the plot that reads like a TV tree. Instead carrying out of all types; there will be one
Monday an overdose of drugs taken The photographs were then script were Benjamin roy .testified that number to call. A radio dispatcher -
Parents .tu' the plan GuUford<<;
sophomore Sixth gradeGerald Dwayne planned to be used as a threatto Buck) Gullford fellow Inmate
by Tuesday night. will then send out the
c-: ..., dents at Bradford High School he and Genevaspant, the night
II Patrick
Baldwin Becky Brown compel the Sheriff to inter- of Reddlah's, and Gullford'swife unit law officer
proper a a
will meet with members of GuUford Is said to have taken together at her house and that
that Bucholtz. Julie Chambers,a Ic- cede with the Pardon Board In and/or girl friend, Geneva
fir* truck, or ambulance, or
(Jiff (community class to organize! 46 pills of a the next day,, Saturday March
; a parent.youth Ide Corbett, Catherine Ann tranqulllzer Tallahassee to obtain a parole Tenoant; who was to be the combination of those) nec-
&tute.Sank organization: 'tonight at Cane Randall Robert Crawford and was unable to go on the" furlough or "workrelease'1state female lure used In the planned 25, they were married In Kings- any
; ?:!O. Sharrl witness: stand Wednesday morn land, Ca.GuUford. essary.
Debra Dlcandlo. for Joe Reddish now attempt to trap Sheriff whitehead The will
j dispatch center
The meedrw will be held In Dobbs, Tamara Ethrlc e. Andrea ing. Judge 'George L, Patten serving two life sentences at In her bedroom.Both Buck sanrfnij(; Ms sixthblany'oaevlodoty'tesdfied utilise the new micro-wave
....daerdd the new 'c' Building at Brad declared a mistrial and Whit-
Gal Eaves Margorie May Santa Correctional Farm and Geneva turned state's evi- that radio tower recently erected
= ce- ford High. All aophomo..tudentl "' James Russell Faulkner worth expressed hope that It Gainesville for.the murder of* dence. and were not placed on the witches brew of conspiracy behind the new county court-
+ and their parents are Marcia I. Goodge Aubrey could be rescheduled for trialat Union County Deputy Hal Croft, trial. n. :
urged" to attend. GasMns, Tracy

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Little Women Cat Found Cub Scouts C.L. CooperGiven 1

Set Bake SaleStarke' In Blanding Recruit MembersCub SurpriseBirthday

A black fuzzy-wuzzy cat has Party
scouts held their meeting
Little Women's Club been found In Camp Blanding last Thursday night with their
will sponsor a bake able during after belngj three her
jplsslng new scoutmaster Charles Ras- Mrs. C.L. Cooper gave
the Christmas weeks by some camp residents. nick for the purpose of recruiting husband a surprise birthday
raise money for the treasury.The The cat belongs to little
a new members for the dinner Sunday at their homeon
sale will be located at girl whose
*yfamlly Inquired coming year. Edward's road.
the sidewalk In front of Stan'sBootery around the camp:when the cat Several of the older scout Among the forty guests attending -
of Call
at the corner was first .rwiij'ttit: before he members presented a program were his two sisters
Streets In Starke.
and Walnut was found. TM entitled "What Cub Scouting: Mrs. Hardy Dean and daughter
The Little Women will be cakes sellIng phone :533-2362 forinformauon.l! Does For Boys". Everyonewas Susan and Mrs. Colleen Harrison ISALMOST
cookies and cup 4Mr. > welcomed by den mother, and son, Alan of Chief-
mainly. Anita Grlffls. land. Also from out-of-town
Mr. Rasnlck presented a- were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ferryman HERE ]
BAKE SALE SET t C a wards to: Michael Whlffen, and son, Jay, Gainesville -
FOR SATURDAYThe Bobcat badge and Doyce: Grlf Mrs. Slmmle Sue Cu-
fls, Maury Over street and tleberry and son, Jammla _
Bradford County Volun- rf',('rn Wayne Chamber their Wolf Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. David
teer Fire Department Ladles and 'f\l.! Kenneth badges. Young and family Lake City
Auxiliary will sponsor a bake Gregory Morgan, .Starke, announce and Mr. and Mrs. Cedell;; Simpson -
sale Saturday December 9. In tho birth.! ,of a daughter --1fv' ". "" V 11' Trenton. A
front of Stan's Bootery on Call; Pamela Denise T Nov. 28 In the What A, Wonderful Time To Get
Street. Christmas Items will General
'' Miss Louise Sum was at Fort SENIOR TROOP
also be on sale. All proceedswill : Grandparents erA Mr. and Mrs. de France Marinque Island "EXPLORER DAY"
be used to purchase radio Claude MorgV\! ,and Mr. and Nov. 25-Nov.: 30 attending the Senior Troop :578 of Starke .
equipment for the Fire Depart- Mrs. Robert :50th Luzier Jubilee. attended "Explorer Day" at ;
ment. the University of Florida on NEW CARAll ;
Mr. andMrtrKeilyForsyth' Seaman 3C Vincent St.John Saturday, Nov. 25.: Some of
-1f.. ". I Starke, announce'' the birth of returned to Norfolk Va. Fri- the activities for the day Included -
a daughter, Jennifer Ruth, born day after spending 14 days with Indoor sports, attending
Mr. and Mrs. W.L Thomas Nov. 2 at Shands reaching: Hos his parents Mr.and Mrs.Rich- the Florlda-LSU football game, New Chevrolets And Oldsmobiles In Our
visited Mrs. Evelena ThomasIn pital. Grandparents are Mr. ard St. John and family. Previous a banquet, and a dance.
Brooker Sunday. and Mrs.'JIm"Voasev of Win- to his visit he had spent The day was completed by
ter Park and Mr.Vasco Forsyth four months on t sea cruise socializing: with Friendship Inventory Are NOT Subject To" The New Price
Mrs. W.It. hart Mrs. Ella of Starke. ?, of the artic circle.: He also Troop 266 of Orange Park at

Moody, Mrs. Edith Christian- ;roleMr visited Mildred his St.John grandmother.In Palmettoand Mrs. the Members Pizza 'of Inn Troop in Gainesville.:578 are Increase ,. .' So Come On ,In And Pick One Out
Mrs. Pearl Colson and Mrs Shufordof
son and ,,James other relatives In Georgia Martha DeSue Selma Damps
Mrs. Natalie Thornton attended Lawtey announce the birth and Florida. Vivian Allen, Carol DeSue,
a conference at the Churchof of a IOn, Mark,.Phillip, on Oct. Patty, Morris, Sheila Mack and For Your Family!
Jesus Christ of Latter Day 22 In St, Vincent's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. IIE. Graddlck Cheryl Cummins. Mrs. Theresa
Saints In Jacksonville Sunday. Grandparent* sM..Mr. and Mrs. of Dothan Ala. spent several Holiday' is rroop Leader. ,f
J.B. Gaskins bfl4dt. and Mrs. days last week with Mr. and ,
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. JacksonJr. George Shuford of Lawtey. Mrs. J.T. Lawson.
and family visited her parents -' FAMU SINGERSTO : WE HAVE IN INVENTORY
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wall Vn 1(1. V- Mrs. Emma Rene Weaver visited BE HEARD HERE
in Keystone Heights Sunday. ''t\t\' t Mr. and 'Mrs. Lowman The FAMU Gospel Singers of
local: admittance* to Brad- Weaver in Williston over the Tallahassee will be presentedIn ,
Tlmmy I(: land Is a medical ) ;
weekend. of
evening gospel
ford County l Hctopftal this week an songs '"' ;
patient in the Alachua General Include: Mrs. Barbara Nocgel.: Anderson visited along with the gospel singers tt of.f; ,Ad M a .1
Mrs. Myrtle
William Khodcn Mrs. Virginia from Chlefland, at The Church #
Patten Mrs. Juanita Dlnklns, Mr. and Mrs. John Andersonin of God In Christ, 1003 N. Pine 4 .
and Mrs. Herbert Tho- Miss Polly Grffl! jFellx Sullivan Callahan over the weekend. Street, on Saturday Dec. 9, .. 4
mas returned Sunday after ten Charlle liqilird, Doug- They all visited Mr. and Mrs. at 8 p.m. The public Is cordially -
days at their camp in the Scrub., Anderson Jr. in Jacksonville '
las Bennett, MliyMSanford and Invited to attend. Admis- NEW .1973OLDSMOBILE
Saturday. sion Is free.
"l-'ronIeJono StarkeDale
Mrs. ".I-:. Firth spent last and Votawywall, Keystone -Elder D.R. Williams, Pastor 88
Wednesday to Saturday with her Trances Mr. and ,Mrs. J.M. Barron / 98
daughter Mrs. Anthony Beat- lIelllhtlfWr celebrated their fourth annIver- .. ....
Wads ; Mrs. ". lilt. 1Iri L
tie in Jacksonville while Mr. Minnie hutch Lawtey.. sary Friday night at a family 2 DOOR HARDTOPS' .
Ueattle was out of town on business. dinner party given by their son- Steve Crawford and David
Mrs. W.H. Nollman 922 spent the in-law and daughter Mr. and Newham visited Disney. World With Power Steering!:, Brakes, Air 4 DOOR SEDANS !
Saturday and
Mrs. 11.V. Turner at the Steak Sunday.THE
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper weekend with MrMrs.! .T.W. and Ale Restaurant In Jacksonville -. Conditioned All Completely Loaded With Everything !
attended the furneral of Mrs. Oliver ?>r. at I'er(Owna Beacli. .
M.A. Simpson In Old Town last BRADFORD All Of Them.
and later'' Mrs. Max I'Brlam.( :and daughters COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Wednesday; afternoon
visited her brother and sister- Debra mit\' le,of Val- Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley PRICED FROM |PRICEO FROM
of Miami the weekend with
and Mrs. Ernest: ilosta. Ga. and 11rp.( V.V.Hazen spent Published every Thursdayat '
in-law.lx>rd. Mr. of Gainesville wer* Jjimday din her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.G. 138 W. Call Street $4,900 $6,000 to '$7,000
ner guests of 1.and'Mrs.. Jackson and relatives. Starke, Florida 32091 iA I.'I
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brownlee M.P. Hazen. fit* Mr. and Mrs. J.M.Barron Second Class postage paidat ". Suggest.d Retail Price ..7;.c d' ..v "..:.! Suggested Retail' 'Prier ......JI! '","'.
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of New Orleans spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. John Hartley tended the funeral of her uncle, Starke, : -i" tH'11 ,
end here with friends and relatives and sons of Jacksonville spent G.D. White In ,High Springs ... % ,.. .. w.v. u... w I" .AvN .u.malt. flit .., !;> mu' I.. ,
weekend with her-mother. ,dv '' '' -. /' =--e-WiyrbetTtt7nc I "I tlld..r vile r 'I .u ru ;;)' : '
th811 # irh IrNlut
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of Gainesville.Yrt and*Mrs./ were,/i; :S u+ndvlsU&*:tfiVl %:,;;< IMr.. Yd ames.with,.:hls!lghr..pllnt piflrt.\?/ ? th"k fr: Mr.JanQ Atlanta:, wereroutweekguesU+ire hails Burtort J..*L Lof '!r\!}3.50: .I J ', r .....,\ ) ..' ". .-. -' .'r. FltOBJ.U'H r" ) ,(, IN,5.r'u\u.d. \ .1'im' /,. I' u''c.

Knight, Sr. In of Mr. and Mrs. J. it!. Barron. 01.
tors of Mr. and Mrs. li.O. and Mrs. Outside trade area: $7.00 tit 'I/Y. V vK V
f Pans by. tey. They all attended the BubyDowllng !per year; $4.00 six months* iI!!
wedding Friday night. Continued On Page 9 2 J ( ",
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:: Birthdays Anniversaries; ; ; UL he 1J_ U he It I uo"\\ Births Weddings

M. Showers -Ota' eae r eJ' ; e V'Wf 0 : aiw''... Personal,

Club Meetings,

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Olive Ann Buby, Shower Honors First Birthday Alpha Nu Covey Reddish This Puppet P.M.Show

YearbooksPresented ; Vows
James Dowling/ Janice AlvarezMiss Celebrated By Taken j4ov.' 18 At LibraryA

Rhonda AlvarezLittle ,
Marry FridayMr. )
Janice Alvarez was honored Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Puppet Version of two
Lt. Col. (Ret) and Mrs.
at a bridal shower Monday Kappa Gamma met Tuesday, Aesop's Fables set to music
A Charles D. ;Cov0y of Fort Walton
Rhonda Sue -
and Mrs. Ross M. Lyons V3 night of last week In the PIne Alvarez Nov; 21 at the home of Mrs. "The Grasshopper And The
announce the marriage of their t Level Baptist Church educational celebrated her first birthday Joyce Norman In Ralford. Beach'tu i/ unce the marriage Ant" and "The Tortoise And
daughter Olive Ann Buby. to 4 building. Saturday night when her parents Mrs. Muriel Norman pre of their-d.lughter; Helen The Hare" will be presentedat
James M. Dowling son of Mrs. Hostesses were :Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Owen Alvarez sident, presided at the business Diane to "f>eorge Larry Reddish 4:15: p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7,
W. E. Dowling and the late Mr. Faulkner :Mrs. Robert Myrlck, Jr., gave a family partyat meeting. The new yearbooks son of"Mr. and Mrs. at the Bradford County Public
their Reddish of
Dowling. :Mrs. :Mark Moody, :Mrs. Fate home on BajlessHighway. prepared by the program George The Starke. Library.
Rev. Bob Cooper performedthe ___ Brown, Mrs Dean Cassels committee were presented by double-ring ceremonywas Children of all ages are Invited

nuptials Friday night Dec. Mrs. John Kinney, :Mrs. J.G. A pink and white color motif the chairman Lucille Payne. :Nov.; performed 18, b"Ule i Rev.on Paul Saturday Wagner ,- to attend. Admission Is
at the homeof Jackson and :Mrs. Thad Smith. Mrs Shirley Jasonek Mrs. free.
1, at 7:30 p.m. was carried out In the party at the Temple TerraceCommunity
the bride's parents ,on 301 :Miss Alvarez and Harvey decorations. The refreshment Joann Bath, and Mrs. Naomi 'Church The show will be performedby
In .
North In the presence of the t+ti t't. Smith will be united In marriage table was covered with a white Roberson of the Personal Growth Given In marriage her Girl Scout Troop No. 614.
close friends. Saturday Dec. 9, at 8 and Services committee
families and hand crocheted cloth and cen pre the bride
father wore a short
repeated their o'clock at the fine Level Baptist sented an Inspiring program
The couple tered with a pink and white white knit 'dress with long
vows in front of an arched Church.A cake made In the shape of ABC "Intangibles that fuse a sleeves and a gathered skirt E/5 and Mrs. Kennlth Stewartand
candelabra with white burning turquoise blue and gold blocks. culture". She carried daughter Teresa,were List
of white
tapers flanked by pedestal bas- F1 color motif was carried out In Refreshments were served by sweetheart a nosegay and daisies. Wednesday overnight guests of
kets holding white and lavendor the party decorations. The refreshment Among the 35 attending were the Lake Butler members. Her maid roses. !\ and Mrs. C.I.. Cooper.Mr. .
.of honor her
carnations and pompoms. table was covered I Rhonda's uncle and aunt :Mr. :Members attending from Starke was Stewart was on his way
Following the wedding a reception with a gold linen cloth and and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley of were :'olrs.Iurlel: !Norman; sister Miss Dorothy Covey. home after serving 10 months
was also held at the centered with an arrangement :Miami. Mrs.: Cleo .Andrews Mrs. Edna: Serving as best man was Ulegroom's with the Navy In the, Middle
Lyon's home. The bride's table I of turquoise flowers. The gift Hart! :Mrs. Kate Sheppard Mrs. brother-in-law- Alfred East and will report to San
was covered with a white table was covered with a white :Mona Canovn, Mrs. Maureen Johns. Diego Calif for further duty. .
linen cloth and centered witha \ cloth and held a gold flower Ing the evening by the thirty- Paul Mrs. :Marilyn Vellenga There was a reception Immediately
three tiered wedding cake centerpiece. three guests attending.The Mrs.: Lucille Payne, Mrs. Helen following the cere
topped with a wedding bell and :Mrs. Kenney greeted the hostesses presented the Johns, Mrs. Tommie Nol- mony. In Tampa.
miniature bride and groom. SO th A nniversaryMr. guests at the door and Mrs. honoree with a place setting In In. :Mrs.Mllie Mae Dyal. Mrs. Both the bride'and the groomare following a wedding trip to
This was flanked by silver candelabras Cassels presided at the punch her chosen china pattern as a :Maxine Gibson and Mrs. Sue graduates; of' Florida State DIsney World the couple Is
with white tapers and bowl. Games were enjojeddiir- memento of the occasion. WInkler. University/\; ;;are employed residing In Tampa.CARPS .
and Mrt. Bennett L. Wi Ik I son of Lawtey celebrated
decorated with lavender pom -
their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 19 at a reception
Assisting In serving were given by their children at the Blue Grass Music

Miss lanoll Titus and Mrs. Park in Lawtey. [ DAYS
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Thomas Huby.I"ollowlng o
a short wedding The couple renewed their wedding vow during the reception.
Approximately 150 friend attended. Thurs.,
trip to J Daytona Beach the couple
Is residing In Jacksonvillewhere I Fri. Sat.
Mr. Dowllrw, works at the 1B ,
Federal Reserve Bank.

WintersNormanDate Guild Given Dinner ForMethodists New WSCS MembersAt Honors I : S Gift Suggesti ns !

Set; Dec. 29 Yule PartyMrs. j

The Wesley Service Guild : Jack Raves chairmanof

Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Winters of the First United Methodist the membership committee .... ...
of Milan Term, announce the Church honored the senior and and members of her committee 111Men's \ ..
approaching marriage of their single:: church members at a honored the new members of Womens and MissesGift =
daughter, Kstcr: Katherine to Fellowship dinner Sunday In the Methodist W.S.C.S. Tuesday ,
Charles .Kenneth I Norman son morning at beautiful
Fellowship Hall following the, a
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. morning service Christmas part. Long Sleeve Robes
Norman of l.awtey. The turkey dinner was served The party was held in the Fellowship ,
The wedding will take place Hall following the regular
at tables covered with
long ;
Dec. 29 In Starke.WittTaylor. white cloths and held a garland business meeting.The Sport Shirts i :;
of red pyracanthea boughs down refreshment table was
the lengths. Mrs. L. ,J.) Green, covered with an exquisite s All permanent press polyes 5991199 ti
pianist!, played f; several Christmas Christmas cloth. of green tulle a .T .t ter/cotton. Prints, solids end
selections over satin with appliques of wovens In long point and
EngagementMr. t white poinsettias. Centeringthe button down collar styles. (
Included in the 70 attendingwere /
table was a Christmas candle 1 Assorted colors. Sizes Small
Kev. and Mrs. George:
thru Extra large. A beautiful ( Y
)IX Witt I.. Harper and daughter, Jody and Christmas floral piece. s '
and Mrs. Walter end of of. long ',ktr! N iIP' '",
The punch bowl at one ; .
< nod families of Hilld mem-
of Palatka announce ttvongnV7(! 't' : quilted nylon 'Z'obes
ment of their jtCnifilulor: :: ,'.Janice;' bers. >>'U"V the table was encircled 12 with a 7 ,All Kodel''': r .. ",
i wreath depleting the daysof ; 1
Ihonfas'.TayIor-Jr.,- fiber tilled and 1 ,,
to John ,1 10
Christmas themes f Irs.E.:: L. .
of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Barbara"Lewis 17 4l (trimmed With Q
son of Hrown's LandingPa; Matthews presided at (the punch .t \ S. lace and emII o it
Taylor Married To '
bowl. Droidery.Front /Jj Jjor '
lath Miss a. Witt Is a graduatsrofffi John Odom /11/// Honored guests were Mrs.: C. slash poc ,
School II. :Nasworthy; Mrs. Charles t t // kets. Assorted < (
Central High ,
Palatka D.C.'tllls Hall Mrs. Tom Box. :''ce colors. Regular 4 ,,
she active In Little Mr. and Mrs. a
where was and :Mrs. George Harper : & extra sizes. r f i
Women, Future Business lead: of LaCrosse announce the mar :
ers of ,America and !Head Majorette. riage of their daughter Barbara wife of the minister. Each
She Is now attending Willis Lewis, to.John Odom new member was presented witha
St. Johns River! Junior College HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Christmas corsage. !Mrs.
and is employed at Professional Odom Jr. of Starke., James Barren and Mrs.: Rlc- *T4 ChargeH
Pharmacy.Mr. Kev.! Ben Borders performedthe hard Little also new members
of ''fee. 1 at'7 were unable to attend. I It a
Taylor Is a graduate ceremony p.m. At'Q, ,
Palatka South High School and In the North Pleasant Grove During the business meeting !
Is In the l'.S.11"' Force, stationed Baptist Church in LaCrosseIn Mrs. I'-.L.; !Matthews! the outgoing e lay{' mCarps( !
at Biloxi Miss. He Is Die, presence of the, immediate president, was presented -
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. families and a few close with a book "The."GuidePost
Christmas Trsasul') Also
Green of Brooker. friends.
The wedding will be an eventof \ reception Immediately I during the business meeting '
2 In the lowed the ceremonyat (the home Mrs. .'.W. Strickland was elect $
)December 24 at p.m.
Lemon Heights Baptist Church of the bride's parents., ed president and Mrs. J.W. :: i 1\\ V*' \ c
Palatka. The couple Is residing Lake hitch vice-president for the tx t '

City.!; coming year.Approximately. '4 A ,
\ 30 memberswere
Woman's Club TeaThe present to enjoy the partywith
Kauffman-Milner the new members.

Starke Woman's Club will Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kauf-
hold their animal Christmas tea fman announce the approaching Auxiliary TeaThe .

Wednesday, Dec. 13. at 3:30 marriage of their daughter Lucille ..r' rig : r ladies Pant SetSpectacular
p.m. In the club house honoring to Mark David Milner Bradford County Hospital J rv"* ,,
new members teachers and on Saturday, Dec. 16 at 7:00: Auxiliary\ will give a t'k ifl
guests. p.m. In the First Baptist Church Christmas tea ,Fridu'; Dec. 8, '
Mrs. W.n. Mundy and the, social with a reception following In the from 9 a.m. to '3 p.m. In the ; 't
committee will be In chargeof church recreation room. Hospital Conference Room for ntM I m iiiim
arrangements. All friends and relatives are the hospital staff and employ t 1 t t y
Invited to attend. ees.BULLINGTON'S.

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Every little girl dreams of revolving sprayerfflSsUntly little girl's play dishes. And born Nov. 28. Maternal -
being Just like Mommy- starts to turn,sending vinyl since her dishwasher Is 28 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLAn ,,be Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 7:30 'by friends and relatives at the Brooker. cent grandparents are Mr.
with her very own kitchen "streams of water beating Inches high, It's almost cus- executive board meeting p.m. At this meeting a Christmas home of Mr. and Mrs. Ned and Mrs. D. S. Alvarez of
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Appliances. Even dishwashing against the sect-through program will be presentedby Hicks Thursday Nov.
tom-made for the home- Dec. 7, at 7:30: pjn. The Congratulations! to Mr. and SUrke. Paternal grandparents
looks Uke fun with an '' Mrs. Hursf and Mrs. 30,honoring Mr/.Larryfilack-
w' C. Kob-
door, maker-to-be. next regular PTA Mrs. Joe the birth are Mr. and Mrs. V.
exciting automatic dishwasher meeting will Scott's classes.Principal welder Woodrtlle
No batteries are"}seeded Dewey McKinney Alan. Mrs. Blackwelder and of their first-born, a son Vin Inson of
This year the little girl for this Irown-u#"tOy, The has announced that the last day children left Sunday enroute to
can have a dishwasher motor Is wound Automatically of school prior to the Christ- England to Join S/Sgt. Larry I
In beautiful harvest gold, when the door Is open- mas Holidays will be Dec 13. Blackwelder. who Is serving
Just like the real ones.Join- ed and starts when the doorIs After the holidays, school will In the U. S. Air Force. NOTICE
Ing the other Sears "play" shut And Just for fun, resume on Jan. 2.Congratulat1onsl. Farewell posters were usedas
kitchen appliances/ a the young lady ofe'bousecan : NOTICEMr. decorations.
modern dishwasher that set the control. J*kfiob: Gene Adams has made NOTICE TO BIDDERS. to the The three honored guests
really "works." The sturdy steeJ*construction Application to the Bradford Sealed bids will be -receivedup lowing three students who have were presented a gift as a We Most Business Machines
to and not later Repair
The little miss just loadsIt dishwasher comes County Zoning Board for re- than 11:00 been added to die Safety Patrol memento.
and with a roomy pull-su,(; plas- A.M., January IS, 1973 In the
up closes the door classification of the property this third six weeks:Jimmy Those attending the supper
all the The tic basket, ready for the Rl-C to office of the Business Manager Mann, Shari )
watches action. described below from Doreen Jakab, were: Mrs. Larry Linda
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-- Institution. Green. Blackwelder, Shame and Alan; Typewriters (Portable & Electrlcs)
P.O. Box 221,
300'on Florida
of land bordering Mrs Myrtle Scarborough Mr.
Walters West side of Hwy 21 and 32083, for the sale of Pine Pulpwood PERSONALSMrs. and Mrs. R. B. Blackwelderand Adding Machines Cash Registers
Terry bordering 400' on South side harvested by prison Iva Douglas and Mrs. family; Mr*and Mrs. Melvin -'
of Hwy 21-B In Section 35, forces. Pearl Markey enjoyed a tripto Crawford and family, all
PROFESSIONAL township 8 South, Range. 22 from Bid that forms office.may be secured Mobile Ala. recently.There of Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs.. We Pick-Up & Deliver
East. they enjoyed visiting and sight- Roger Blackwelder and fam '
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be held on Tuesday! Decem- STICK Vinyl Plastic touring Dolphin Island. Mrs. William Hicks; Mr. and
Creative Weddings e ber 19th at 7:30: PM In the Letters& Numbers Interior Mrs. Henry Harrell and daugh-
Casual Portraits County Commission room at and exterior use. All sizes,co- SURPRISE PARTYA ters and Mr. and Mrs. Ned 782-3020 LAWTEY, FLA.
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to to eat Check rose bushes this Black Spot can also be a wer production once every two joyment.' .Petunias Calendulas foliage.
make--good BY FLORIDA NURSERYMEN month for your excessive mites.The problem on roses and weekly ...... and Snap' Dragons all respond Don't forget your house
I A CROWERS ASSOCIATION. warm days and cool nights of sprayings, with good fungicide to pinching.) Actually what you Nurserymen .. Florida
Holiday time la great for Cover cone with aluminum INC. December are Ideal for mite will give this protection. Dont are doing. Is removing the top and Growers As*
children and what could be foil and place on large growth on rose leaves. An application overlook fertilization of your growth' In order to prevent early lOCation (FNGA)they need care.
more fun when mom la busy plate. Use two toothpick to of Kelthane would be roses. Since the plants are producing Pinching of annual plants flowers from forming. Al- Watch for scale Insects end
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A wintery afternoon to a Whenever possible, place will have flowers In -- wot
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Every little girl dreams of revolving sprayer; stantly little girl's play dishes. And cent Scott born Nov. 28. Ma,
being just like Mommy- starts to turn,sending vinyl since her dishwasher is 28 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLAn ,be Tuesday Dec. 12, at 7:30 V friends and relatives at the Brooker. ternal grandparents are Mr.
with her very own kitchen "streams of water beating Inches high, It's almost cus- executive board meeting p.m. At this meeting a Christmas home of Mr. and Mrs. Ned lid Mrs D. S. Alvarez ot
of the PTA will be held Thurs NEW ARRIVAL
appliances. Even dishwashing against the will be Hicks .
aecf-tbrough program presentedby Thursday Nor.
evening. !
tom-made for the home- Starke. grandparents
looks like fun with an gr", maker-to-be. day, Dec. 7. at 7:30 pjn. The Mrs. Hursf and Mrs. 30, honoring Mra.LarryBlackwelder Congratulation! to Mr. and and Mrs. V. C. Robinson -
exciting automatic dish- door. !. next regular PTA meeting will Scottie classes. .and children Shantoand Mrs. Joe Robinson on the birth, are of Woodvllle Fla.
washer. No batteries are "needed Principal Dewy McKInney Alan. Mrs. Blackwelder and of their first-born a lOne Vin
This year the little girl for this grown-u4 joy, The has announced that the last day children left Sunday! enroute toBleckwelder1whois JIll
can have a dishwasher motor Is wound automatically of school prior to the Christmas Larry r
In beautiful harvest gold, when the door Is open Holiday. will be Dec. IS. serving
Just like the real ones.Joining ed and starts when the dooris After the holidays, school will In the U. S. Air Force. NOTICE
the other Sears "play" shut. And Just for fun, resume on Jan 2.Congratulatlonsi. Farewell posters were used
kitchen appliances Is a the young lady of the house NOTICEMr. as decorations.
modern dishwasher. that can set the control. knob.: Gene Adams has made NOTICE TO BIDDERS to the following The three honored guestswere
really "works." The sturdy, .steel.constructlon | Application to the Bradford Sealed bids will .received three students who have presented a gift as a We Repair Most Business Machines
The little miss just loadsIt dishwasher .comes County Zoning Board for reclasslflcatlon up to and not later than 11:09: been added to the Safety Pa- memento.
up, closes the door and with a roomy puU- \\lt plas- of the property A.M., January IS, 1973 In the trol this third six weeks: Jim- Those attending the supper
the The tic basket, ready for: the't'erry Rl-C to office of the Business Manager, Mann,
watches all action. described below from my Doreen Jahab, Shari were: Mrs. Larry (Linda
--t6' .w rot .. Union Correctional Institution Green. Blackwelder, Shanle and Alan Typewriters (Portable & Electrics)
4-p,, ..._._-- ssr e'rM BR.Parcel of land bordering 300'on P.O. Box 221, Ralford, Florida Mrs. Myrtle Scarborough Mr.;;
Walters West side of Hwy 21 and 32083, for the sale of Pine Pulpwood PERSONALS and Mrs. R. B. Blackwelderand ; Adding Machines Cash Registers
bordering 400' on South side harvested by prison Mrs Iva Douglas and Mrs. family; Mr;,,and Mrs. Mel-'
of Hwy 21-B in Section 35, forces. Pearl Markey enjoyed a tripto vln Crawford and family, all
PROFESSIONAL e. township 8 South, Range. 22 from Bid that forms office.may be secured Mobile Ala. recently There of Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. We Pick-Up & Deliver
East. they enjoyed visiting and sightseeing Roger Blackwelder and fam-
PHOTOGRAPHER This change In classification 1274U1238SUPER with Mr. and Mrs. W.A. ily; Mrs. Kenneth Parrish and
Is subject to a public hearingto Bishop. They spent one day Lee from Gainesville; Mr. and STARKE TYPEWRITER SERVICEPHONE
be held on Tuesday, Decem- STICK Vinyl Plastic touring Dolphin Island. Mrs. William Hicks; Mr. and
Creative Weddings ber 19th at 7:30: PM In the Letters & NumLers for Interior Mrs. Henry Harrell and daugh-
Casual Portraits County Commission room at and exterior use. All sizes,colors. SURPRISE PARTY ters and Mr. and Mrs. Ned 782-3020 LAHTEY, FLA.
the Bradford County Court -Bradford County; Tele- farewell supper.was given [Hicks, Larry and Plennle of
Locally Licensed ,}. house at which time all per- graph. ..
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Or 373-0414 Collect John Torode, Chairman
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& GROWERS ASSOCIATION warm days and cool nights of sprayings. with a good fungicide pinching. Actually what you Nurserymen
Holiday Urn is great for Cover cone with aluminum INC. December are Ideal for mite will give this Prot ctlan. Dont are doing Is removing the top and Growers As-.
children and what could be foil and place on large leaves. An application overlook fertilisation of your growth In order to prevent ear- location ONGAtheyneedcare.Watch : .
more fun when mom Is busy plate. Use two toothpicks to growth on of rose Kelthane would be roses. Since the plants are producing of annual plants ly flower, from forming. After for scale Insects end
In the kitchen than building attach each piece of cake Fblnsetaaa' should! be In full advisable. flowers abundantly they' causes them to branch and pro all, you are growing these spider' mites and us* the necessary -
a Twinkle Tree that'sas to cone,first sticking tooth- bloom according to Florida need adequate nutrients for flo duce more flowers for your en- plants for, powers and not for spray for control.STAN'S .
much fun to make as It picks Into cone, then pressing Nurserymen and Growers Association -..--'
Is to eat later on. cake onto toothpicks.: (FNGAX Many nurseries -
A wintery afternoon Is a Whenever possible, place will have flowers In
perfect time for creating cut side of Twinkles next to pots or other containers.
this eye-catching goodie cone. Enjoy the beauty of Jie: flowers -
which can start out as a Build the tree by rows for die holiday! season
decorative centerpiece and starting at the bottom. Use and set the plant In your home e\ EOOTERY.Pba
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mint cindic and small
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lion green frosting and decorate your' flowers take along a pallor : And Much More N
hot boding water. After the
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,:HOME CECOR ATING CONTEST t wJ Mrs. Rose Babyar flow to Chi-
is In the Veterans .
Foxworth la last Friday.On
The birthday
report was given on on November 29. The
The annual Christmas Horn proceeds from the school car- Dowllngs live just outside Hospital in Gainesville, andJoe November 26 Mr.and Mrs. cago for her cousin's funeral.
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Decorating Contest sponsored Rlddlck underwent on Adklns reports terrible weather
surgery their
nival. Teachers will decidethe Hampton off SR-325. enjoyed having two
i by the Hampton General with snow and ice all over,
Store 6 In Alachua General Hospital -
Dec. and families
needs of each class and report We're hoping for a speedy daughters spendthe
Swill be the lame as last year. Gainesville.Mr. with and and ears unable to travel over
day them. Mr.
at the meeting.
January recovery of several of our residents -
tfBo sure your lights are on at who are in the hospital. and Mrs. J.G. Adkins Mrs. Joel R.. Smith of Jack- one mile an hour at times.
:V7 run. on December 23 for r THIS 'N THAT Mrs. Francis Wadsworth enter- visited their daughter and family sonville and Mr. and Mrs. Cal- She's certainly glad to be back
.,:Wring. First and second FBrazilian- Birthday greetings to R.T. ed the Bradford County; Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Calvin vin Richard and daughter of In Florida -- even on a rainy
will i dayl!
;prizes be awarded. Oca-
Dowltng who celebratedhia83rd In Starke on Nov. 30. AI Richard and daughter In Ocala.

'SENIOR.' CITIZENS e...,---.1-' _r.._..10.6---.1-.1--.1_....... _""' _-.1_w..I_....._aLl._-.1-.1_N,_w..Iw..I_..LS_-.laLl_S&SflS.a&S.peWL&t ,
Hampton Senior Citizens met
Vat. the Hampton City; Hall on'
-..Pee. 1. Members agreed to
cancel their second December a SOAMWNEW
,.' meeting scheduled for the night .
of the children's party; as the
.'Senior Citizens are helping with
the party. Next meeting will
be the first Friday In January
.-- the 5th. Students Marinette Alves DaSllva ''(2nd and 3rd
.4 Freltas Magalhaes and IvanlldoEngineered from left) with Carl E. Jen-
kings, Marlnette's American fiance
.. (far left) with NUde and
Fred Sackett.
The students who grew up
with NUde In Brazil, have been
attending F.I.T. University In r
Melbourne and will be return-
Ing to Brazil next week. Whirl through the Holidays
w ;, They enjoyed baked cornish
hens by candlelight at the Sack- DRESSES 'P.JfNT.5
AJa ett home Sunday evening. -
FOR' CHRISTMAS Our Pant Suits and Party :F '
dresses the thingthe
Our Fashions Flatter are
in all
program and party for
children of all ages In the new' Styles, Colors and to during this Holiday J
Hampton area will be held in Materials you
the old school house In Hampton .
on Friday Dec. 15, at 7:30 Season. \3LE'S: is now show
Choose from many Famous i1 s
J I p.m.Contributors to date for the 7 Name Brands ing the newest and most defa +
I event Include Mr. and Mrs. '
Arthur Bruno, Green's Welding t sired fashions of the times. '
Hampton General Store, MISSES .....
Hampton Auto Radiator Shop, l'f to20 Come in today for your selection. .
,, Ladles Aux. of the H.V.F.D., .
Mr. and Mrs. M. Norman, Senior JUNIOR ,
__sn Citizens Club, Trinks Egg 1iI 5 to 13 1 1 + ] J I
Farm, Mr. and Mrs. Harold <<\!
'.. Waters, and Waters Grocery., l'f
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The Ladles Aux of the H.V. i '
to Heat Your Home F.D. met as scheduled on Mon- J
day, Dec. 4, at the fire house. 1.Iit==

\'\ Better at Lower Cost Mrs.the Barbara absence of Bruno the president.The presidedIn a

\ business members meeting combined with a Christ-their '
mas party; and gift exchangeand Jj'\\ Sportswear;
GSIEG work on the Christmasfloat.
Don't miss our floatIn ( )
the parade Saturday morn- N J The pI
Ing in Starke. 00:30 turn.) \ o' 1 Prettiest in a
They've really worked hard on Wide Variety' that's to f.: Q
OIL HOME HEATERS this float and are hoping fora t\,

More heat at less cost. from imaginative. PTA winner..iEETING t"- \ Please

engineering. Exclusive Inner heat tubes cap- 4,Hampton with Pat PTA Glover met presidingfor on Dec. : x\\\ Slacks Sweaters
ture the top of the flame that's 4 times hotter., President Vernon Parmen-

Built-in! blower gives forced air super heat ter who was unable to attend. ,' \ Tops Weskets ..' ....
over the floor In a.uniform, draft-free carpetof OQOOOOOOQQQO1hE t1,,_ .
warmth. And those are just some of the y I ,. Mix or Match'emI.ddics

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Put more smile in your 'life Pay bills and make purchases by check. It's ** For The Holiday
convenient and much safer than cash.You'll also have accurate records. n All Th. Season '
f '1>'1 Style Mart New Fabrics
And there's no better proof of payment than a cancelled check. See us I'i i i

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I Spendable everywhere. Cost-only 1 c per dollar, SOCKS < NEW HINCfclJ[ AO ION
II classic pinstripes and, 'a
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a'r,) National Guard Day Center

welcomed l by .all on list Has Good Offer May Be Offered lliADlnjNTE 1

Christmas Whether the list man Is a on young your -or Equally home, suitable this1' striking for office accessory r For Young MenThe By 1st Baptist We Need Your Head In Our Business j

executive on the way up or Is attractively styledIn
someone who has already black with chrome base Florida Army National A committee headed by A.E.
"arrlved"he'U welcome this and hinged lid. It holds a Guard's 146th Signal Battalion (Bud) Anthony as chairman, Is MR. OTTO'S BEAUTY SALON}
handsome and practical generous 20 ounces and has (Operations) of Jacksonville Is studying the possibility of a DayCare
beverage server set. Made a convenient tray and two :now enlisting high school Center for working
by Thermos, the server Is glasses. ,seniors who are 17 years of mothers In the Keystone-Mel- Has Moved To 442-F W. Madison St
Insulated Just like their The fairer sex will be delighted age or older rose-Lake Geneva area, which
Thermos brand vacuum with'this goodlooking The National Guard will give would be located at, and under (Formerly GqyU't Beauty Shop).
bottles, to keep water coldor set, too, for hot or cold 4 these young men 180 days to the supervision of the First
coffee and tea hot, hour beverage service at bedsideor finish high school, and then Baptist Church of Keystone For Appointment Call 964-8441
after hour. table, on .patio, or desk. leave for their active duty train Heights. The committee feels
ing. that this project would be a OTTOS SPECIALIZES ,IN -
-- Those who enlist now will be worthwhile ministry service to MR.
In the National Guard, making the community and the surrounding -
extra money and going to schoolat areas.Minimum Hair Styling/ // ,
the same time. This time fees Would be
DRESS FACTORY lM that is spent In high school and charged, and the program would **
the National Guard will count Include all age groups front crib Coloring I
toward completion of their military babies to pre-schoolers. The .
obligation. After completing dally schedule would be from *.**,
REMNANTSALE ra. Elleraon active duty training they 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., with wets Permanent Waving
On Student will return to their local National balanced, hot meals served "
Guard unit and continue during the lunch period and afternoon And All Other Phases Of Beauty Care
Governing Camp with one weekend per month, snacks.
and two weeks of annual field An approved teaching pro-
Esther B. Ellerson. daughter training. gram for the nursery school We Extend A Special Welcome To All Former
of Mrs. Maude Bright of Law- Some openings available
now and! kindergarten age childrenis
toy, has been elected to the in the 146th Signal Battalionthat planned, including a dally Patrons Of Gayle's & Mr. Otto's Beauty Shop
General Assembly of the Uni- could help a young man Bible story und a weekly chapel
versity of North Florida In in his civilian Job are in field service led by the pastor.
Jacksonville. She is one of 50 cable, radio relay, switchboard The Center would also pro- Our Operators Are ._. _. ,.
SATURDAY, DEC. 9th student members of the Uni- operation, circuit control specialist vide a "drop In" child care 1
versity's governing body. and teletype operation.For service for mothers who wishto VONDA
"' The General Assembly Is a further information callS leave their children for a ELOISE GAYLE VICKIE -
7:30 A.M. TILL NOON OHL'! unique experiment In univer- Sgt. George Cacarages at few hours. ,
.. sity government Incorporatedby Jacksonville 771-2600 or 771- Anyone Interested In placing ''DIANNE & LORETTAThanks
MEDIKOTE 'f"r UNF a state Institution that 2601. children In this program Is urged -
FACTORY opened to 2,000 upper divisionand to call the church office,
233 Macclenny Ave. graduate students in Octo- llcies for the institution. 473-4293. For Your past Patronage. We Are Looking Forward, To
ber.Student Mrs. Cllerson is majoring
and career service In vocational business educa- Serving You In 'The Future open MOB.s.u.
representatives, and all faculty IIlING' CABINETS. Type- 4
(U.S. 90)MACCLENNY ) and professional! administrators tion. degree She received from Lake her associate writer Stands Desks,.Chairs,
comprise the General Assembly. Community City Safes -Br ad tor d County .
College '
As the legislativebody Telegraph
FLA. of the University, the Assembly -
designates educational,
academic, and other general po-



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'.; House Anniversary Pearson .. L ,. L ". ... Old Courthouse Being Put To Use'" L tf'I' A"J

To Be Observed

The Smith Win The way was paved Mondayand The Rural Manpower Service Ing. Local job seekers can then travel to that.clty.. ; possibility; Barry'' says, that
Public Affairs Apartment An open house celebrationwill Tuesday for the local Historical will handle job listings from see what jobs are availablein The office will have a staffof some employees might move to
Club of of the Junior Woman's be held from 3 to 6 p.m. In Commission to begin use surrounding towns, bring the Jacksonville, Gainesville, or three or;,Ifdir;,full\ time per- Starke, The office Is now In I II
Gainesville U..sponsoring at the Alcothon House, 306 N.E LawteyIncumbent of the old Bradford courthouse listings In by bus each morn- Lake City without having to sonnel plus'a secretary with the Orange Ilelgha.s .
movie and open noose 7th Street,,. which Is within walk- In downtown Starke. ;,t n I
on the Sunday 4th Dec. 10, to celebrate Ing distance from KIrby Smith Approval for the Rural Man- ... --- --- == "--- ........-.. -------
anniversary of the AI- school. The Gainesville Juniors Gene Pearson and power Service, a division of 'tJ 'f !) -,
cothon House In Galne vUl8. and Alcothon House are newsomer-to-polltlcs Walter the State Employment Service
A 60 minute color thin, "Bill's proud of what has been accomplished Smith were winners In a "no under the Florida Department t
: 2 Own Story", will be shown'"at. since the doors openedfor issues" Council election at of Commerce, to rent quarters Gift Of Silver From: Leo'sSays ;/ 0
*.m.. at Kirby Smith School this )half-way house four Lawtey Tuesday. In the building was secured by -
Auditorium, 619 East Univer years ago, and wish for everyone Pearson won his fourth two- Historical Commission Chair- lr:
ducts; Gainesville. It. to share In the observanceof year term by defeating: his man James Bloodworth. Currently I 4 Mutt .
tile trials and tribulations this happy event. Group 2 opponent; Robert Lee, supervising employmentIn
of one rot the founders of To understand alcoholism one by a vote of 124 to 93. This seven area counties, the unit A Lot!
Alcoholics: Anonymous. This must understand that the word was Lee's second try for a Is headed by Bob Barry, bro- I
inspiring story la a "MUST"for alcoholic means anyone whose Lawtey political office, havingrun ther of the late Dr. A.J. Barry.
everyone Interested In alcoholism. drinking means misery, sick- unsuccessfully last year The old courthouse is currently ,
ness, regret,. despondency for Mayor. owned by the Bradford Yf '
,. ........., opportunities, unhappy family Walter T. Smith, a retired School Board, having been I
relationships, and grief and resident, won the (Group 4 seat deeded to that body by the ,
trouble In general. By "alco- being vacated by Spurgeon County Commission. Intention : 0864s* .
TSy l holic" Is meant anyone whose (Spud) Massey, with a vote of of both boards Is to give the J Salt & Pepper Set Jr, --
1 body chemistry Is such that he 126 to 75 for his opponent,Rich- old building to the Historical $5.95 21,. .k, "' : M 034/034G .
or she Is supersensltive to the ard Eugene Starling, awtey Commission. The Historical Tooth Pick; Holder
effects of alcohol. Alcoholics businessman. Massey did not Commission, as yet does not "
Anonymous. Is a fellowship of seek reelection because of pre- own the building nor controlIt I t' 1111\11\
men and women who share sent employment out of the through lease, so Bloodworth t
1..a. their experience, strength and city.The secured permission to rent sev- SttWt .'
hope with each other that they new officers will be swornIn eral rooms In the building from *>
may solve their common pro at the next Council meeting: both boards. s.$ .
blem and help others to recover In January. The school board agreed to # '
from alcoholism.CORTtECTION1 lease the space to the Man- -U'0099s
power Service, then turn the t .
1972 RainfallIs lease over to'the' Historical v t D .) Cranberry Set t t
Commission when that group 10"0833S $5.00
ky Mrs. Opal Allen was Incor- Well Above finally controls the building. ,
rectly Indentlfled as Mrs. Bloodworth Indicated to both
y MfctUlfiAftDNERlerveending Jewell Allen, actually herdaughter's 50Yr. AverageWith the school board and county 3 pc. Sugar & Cream Set Footed 4.I .- c'C t
first name, In the commission that he Is uncer- (covered sugar, cream and tray) '
Nov. 30 edition of The Tele- tain if the Historical Commission t 0803/4S As above, w/o tray)
graph In the article almost a month remainIng '
concern- can legally own the old I
In 1972 Bradford County
Ing Bradford
a ImprovementAward courthouse. He spoke Instead,
has already passed the 50 year
i deafness? their received new City by Fish the &Allen'sat Meat average for annual rainfall by of ment a long with term the lease school arrange-board. I .

., Market. almost 71/2 Inches. However, he was told by both ; f
November, thecounty's
The Telegraph regrets the Through boards that the his- .
This new Norelco"BehindTheEar"aid they want t' '
total for the first 11 ,, ,
error. torical to own the bull- ,t.J
months of the year wu 71.37 group .:... /
Inches, while the 50-year aver- ding. 0427/BTs ( I f
has 27 acoustical We'll probably never have age for 12 months Is 63.92 Ice Bowl -L
adjustments to help really; efficient// urban Jrantportalion inches. wTpngI ,
/ until president go This November was wetter t 0844 t
a 9
k correct your back (10 riding the,. but. month than usual, with the S'4. 'AP"\. .. Low Compote 2Ve htWithout

hearing problem county average being 8.46 -..... .. ....- .r '
Inches, as compared with a 50 \ I I
". year average of 5.87 for the $10.00 Set.'SVJ"I f
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month of November.The r-[ n ..... ., ,
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i last four days of the ,:::L. :<3 .r
month, Nov. 27-30, brought an .J-',_'" ,. t
( (From Pog.2)Mr ) average of 2.43 Inches of rainto :
1i the county. .' I u>I'\;., \
'f i Only one wildfire was reported -- t "f:) : 'ii...,;1A.
F r rF rt and Mrs. !Lloyd Andersenof by the Florida Forest Ser- r/ .. ''';>' : ) .- \
Hoston, Mass were weekend vice during November. This 'r \\ ,
I guests of her brother-In-law was an inclndlary fire which ,..-.:;/' / ;o,' ', .
and sister, Mr. and !Mrs.llarry burned .2 So far this "I'm just not ready to nettle! t .' : -1 -' .
Dunds end to You miss may certain have nerveendingeafness words and !Mooty. year there acre.have been 60 woods down jet, Millie.. ." : iL" ...''..;--- :,. sW,I"..,I\.. !:' ;.. : ( : I

-a problem that often fires with a total of 355.3 acres "' ; '.
cads to nervous tension and In- Jan Edward; Mundorff, son of burned. slating arrest without violence. t ''' . ;;;- H.t'
reasing loneliness. Mr. and Mrs. Rl 1 ;. Mundortr, Also, Mary Starling, Improper riur-i nuuufci... 0548WAKEFIELD '! \
The new Norelco"behind the ear" received his doctorate degreeIn exhibition of a dangerous Party
id, Model 6710. has 22 acoustical Psychology Nov. 29 at the weapon; Daniel L. Phillips, 0812 12"T !''Ii Chip'n Dip, l'i"'
djustments to help correct your University of Illinois, IfeKalb, 7 Plead worthless check; Charles Double Vegetable Dish 0866/HS.mI.wIIOo.Cf.'OpBowl,
rearing problem. (Many aids have Illinois. t
Barnes, petty larceny; Ronald
nly 1 future or 2.)And it can in be readjusted InnocentSeven Martin, disturbing the peace ... ,. .,.........-.................. I
o lit changes your hearing. ," -
with fireworks, Marlon Tho- .. .. ....
ModeTT710 Is hardly noticeable Mrs. J. J. Kouba and !Mrs. t.-.r. ,... <. / .,
behind your ear weighs a mere '\1S Cora I Kouba of W. South Streetare mas Lee, assault and batter. : ---- """ .,<... fa'b'"I":) .',. ._....-.. .. t
unco-yet Is more powerful than moving,to Englewood, I'la. cases were transferredto William Devon Melson pled ,.,-.- -'" ..- # : ..
many aids 5 times Its size. this week where Mr. Kouba Is Bradford County trial docket guilt; to charges of petty lar- /' .,.- 'iI.$1". I!
/ tn'b ushess.Mt after the defendants pled Innocent ceny, and lawn withheld adJudication f' A /" / ,I ".. .. '1 r" ". \ i "
' /Vore/co' to misdemeanor charges of guilt and placed ... r .. 1/, ,., ;--.y.?" .,.._ '.. .))1 -iT -J)
hy'l '1'**' :*? nd.jMrg.u I! Edward,; }:J. before 'Judge Tlieron Yawn last,- Melson under probation for. ";;'II' f. .. "":" \i.! ''I .! -' ", .,
It(i for ion,a fr.' .hearing m or cellr"lot end..!,olJI d come and. Mrs. Alicia Steffa and son Defendants and charges. .. are t' Robert Lee :Martin pled gull tj; ; ", -. < / \ ;; "" *:'|. wa ,
-- ...... --- -- ... ...' .:.."of Lake'"Rutlei" attended the' listed- ""- to use of profane language In a <- .' .. -- ; ? .. .',
run. [ ., funeral of Mrs. Pflester and Doris Mixson Rodgers, unlawful public place and the Judge ordered .. .... ...,, ,,,.,, .... s,-- .. ." ,
speed and failure to appear a presentence Investiga- t .u l'X
1 !Mrs. StorTa's father, Homer S. !0 %.. $7.50
pwc.a Dahlman Sr., In Epworth, la. ; Troy R. King, reckless tlon before passing judgment. : 0810Well&Tree16 ''::::-'"-.... ....-. 0448s t
I Nov. 27. driving; Doris Watson White, In a majority; of the traffic /.," ORLEANS Party Set. 8"TERWILLEGARMOTOR&
Improper tag, careless driving, cases, the defendants pled guilt; ic :g8a ,
eDoEMv I Mr. and Mrs. R.B. lIi'ewland driving while Intoxicated, profane to speeding and were each fined L
_, .J and family visited Mr.and Mrs. and indecent language, re- $ee. .n. .w. o s arm att..g.a. .gam.

iwounw.npianarol.r------( ---) -1 Phillip Newland In Kockledee: ......- ..
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over the weekend. - - A i e r>; .ens.

AID CO.,. :Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Sejmour
14MN....'lrtiS*: 'were In !New: Rochelle, :N.V iI
(In___SI.hag CaNer Wednesday\ Satiiidaj< where I .
Ned I....... they attended the funeral of Mr. I'I'I '
31-00f.r' Se 'mour's brother, John I I.. '
Seymour; on 1-1'lda I Presents

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Gift 52 Weeks Of The YearYon I

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Beat Can't Last I DELIVERY PRICE :

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1800CC Overhead Cam Engine

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toe NOV'72Mrl3 J 1 1400 IB Carrying Capacity t

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FROM: I I I ) Friendly Personnel That Take Pride In Serving People. ii

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IM HEAT, KEEP OPT COLD QOOQQOOQQQQQ Let Chicken ExpandDecember. Your Grocery Dollar xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

TaeFW Indows.. Do The experts say tile meatIn by buying it whole. But one ally bland Into the hot brothor Stir In noodles. Cover and are Add tender.a little hot water If a
llrches&Bre simmer for 7 to 10 minutes
sways each meal accounts for the of the disadvantages to buyIng bouillon. Cook tfrrlngeonstantly. Is dellred.deed .
largest percentages! of the One of the best ways to a whole chicken is that until tltlc erred. or until noodles and celery thinner soup

eulsrlcctEAa weekly food bill. And one sure to cut costa with chicken Is many families don't Ilk all I
j1g7lleGpYBrAL way to cut down on that per- parts of the qhlcken.\ However
centage is to us* broiler-fry this needn't be real problem-* Add chicken and salt as need-
ers as your entree as often Patrol Just fry or broil your favor- ed. Simmer, covered, while Extra Holiday
as possible, says the U. S. Highway Ite parts and bake what's left preparing dumplings. Stir oc-
for chicken salad or use Ina casionally.
Department of Agriculture(VS- MoneyBORROW
pun L faAga DA). Issues WarningTo cooked dish such as) chicken
1 r4 wq ..all Aaew,. and dumplings or chicken soup. Mix flour, baking powder and
So It should be
t. W H PartyGoersThe 1/2 teaspoon salt thoroughly.Add .
I I. l.r stronger than polyethylene A R wqt to the economy-minded home- 00
milk 18
-ire th* only nilpMlIra AnyouCan To help you use up those stirring $
Brow b. maker that the U. S. Agricultural -
plastic window mat.rlaT Aironl It Marketing Service says Florida Highway Patrol "extra parts", or the whole Drop dough from a tablespoononto mak- 1 00 FOR 30 DAYSif

.wil'ifan proronon o, FULL GUARANTEED YEAR: PI..w.Inrvrol..Mnro t.ra that broiler-fryers are in especially warns party-golns; that/ alcoholic drinking chicken if you really want to, ing 12 the dumplings.Cover meat and. broth
drinking drivers the following recipes
plentiful supply during try
beverages can mar tightly and simmer 15
Paid Within 30
motorists because Days
season for many minutes without lifting the cover
the chance' being Involved of the pan. You Pay Only $3.00 Finance Charge
In a fatal accident Increases CHICKEN-MACARONI SALAD
it after the first drink.

tlft PLUS =" :TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEM Col. Eldridge Beach, direc- 3 Cups (about 6-ounces uncooked CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP TOWN FINANCE

tor of the Patrol said "Drink- ) elbow macaroni. 226 N. TEMPLE AVENUE PH. 96 ..7449
Ing was listed) as a contributing cooked. 2-1/2 to 3 pounds,cooked fry-
K e (.unrnnlee'i flU factor In 30 fatal accidents I Cup celery, diced Ing chicken
during the month of Decemberlast 2 Cups chicken cooked and 1 Tablespoon salt
year. This averages one diced 6 Cups water
; ;; QUALITY INSTALLATIONAND fatal crash per day." 2 Tablespoons minced onion 2 Cubes chicken bouillon
Some people have the mistaken 1/2 Cup mayonnaise or salad 1 Cup chopped celery, with
Idea that alcoholic beverages dressing leaves
stimulate the drink I Teaspoon prepared mustard 4 Ounces noodles uncooked.
I er. On the contrary depresses I Teaspoon salt Of meat Is
;.ry EXCELLENT SERVICE i ses the central nervous system unseasoned) Cook chicken about 45 min-
and retards! a person's normal 1/4 Teaspoon pepper utes or until tender; remove
faculties. Only the body pro- I or 2 eggs, hard-cooked and from broth and remove skin
And A Price That. Right Or You I cesses can overcome the effects chopped and bones when cool enoughto
Combine Ingredients
of alcohol and that takes except
Buy It From U. And Install It Yourself And time. eggs; mix gently. Carefully mix pieces.handle. Separate Into small
Florida's traffic law requires In eggs or save them for gar-
drivers arrestedfordrl- nish If desired. Chill. before 0 I Ir
SAVE BIG MONEY Combine chicken, salt and
vtng while Intoxicated to submitto serving.
DON BROKNimr water in a large pan. Simmer
",. Of G C "orot'.m'" a chemical test for sobriety' covered about 2 hours or until
0..1. -"t M r Ml ill Provide. ..11""".>nip( Ti i i"iu.. \nil Arrr.nh or be subject to license sus- meat Is tender. Add bouillon .1.
pension for a period of three CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS cubes and celery. Cover and .
fttrrtrr F w. Qmaltly Altrayt months hotonly; does the drink- simmer 10 minutes..
Ing driver increase his chanceof 1/2 Cup flour .

Call Air Engineers Today For Free Home, Or Business SurveyOf being Involved In an accident, 1/3 Cup water
but the Patrol warned he will 4 Cups hot chicken bouillon
also lose his driving privileges I Quart cooked chicken, large 1
Your And Air Conditioning Requirements
Heating upon conviction.In pieces .
stressing the dangers of 1 Cup flour '
CALL 964-8041 drinking and driving Colonel 1-1/2 Teaspoons baking powder ; ;
Beach said "If you are goingto 1/2 Teaspoon salt
'1\ drink, make arrangementsto 1/2
Cup milk
Or Cnn" In Ant* SM Uf A) Our Oliict Ntil Tt let someone else who Is not Mix flour with the water to f!, ..... On 301 S..,h Of Stark. drinking do the driving." make a smooth paste. CraduPRIEST'S -

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CHRISTMAS TREES*f-j 10" Deluxe Blue $16.98 r I, t Tonka Mighty .
+ 16" Bright bellow $21.98 _
w Dump Truck j
:... Green Scotch Pine 4 ft. ,t 16" Deluxe Raspberry $25.98 w $7.88Tonka

.j } ".59 (All wheel goods completely 1 CarCarrier a ''''

: .6I' assembled) + .
Green Scotch Pine .
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Aluminum Trees 4 ft. $5.98" ; 1 We.lsohavs Tiny TonkaAssortment 6 I\ ". NI .

Also Several others. for j jI \ .
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DeLuxe Box of 50 Cards 88 cents TRICYCLES Radio Tot Wagon $4.29 OF

e Radio Pal Wagon $1.49
Religious or Regular An H" Beauty $11.98 FIRST FEDERALYou :
> At PRIEST'S you will ;
r Many others I An 10" Beauty S9.98A 1 v find many larger'
r r sizes up to our
just asf g ood. 11" Beauty $12.98 aUfP Town and! Country Help To Finance The Growth And Prosperity .
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T. t.,l + + r Insured To$20OOOAnd Earn The'High Returns.


WRAPPING PAPER .r ELEXTRIC TheGratesGiltofallh) Invest Your Savin s At First FederalSo :
PRIEST Has the Wrapping Paperl! EXTENSION
Pack of I Rolls Fancy Foil-47 cenU I CORDS That We Can Do' For Each Other!

(A 7S cent value) PRIEST Is the largest ,,< .'/ .
I Rolls Fancy Foil (( cants / I For your tree dealer In this area

(A 11.19 value) ,; <* &' w llghdngDozens .
Red Green Prices $1.00 up
more to choose from. d

25 Bows GIFT TIES'';'.;attokI 10 Ft. 89 cents

20 ft $1.59. ..r-
J Bag of IS satin bow'sTjJ cents )010..

Bag of 40 satin bows,. H cents .. j

Thesesrebe.utlrulbowsandare DOLLS-DOLLS-DOLLS fart '

honest to Priest Value*.' ". '
Toddlers Walkeri,Talkers .. I PLUSH TEDDY .
We Have many more to choose from f' r BEARS

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.'10 Up to $10.98. .J .='i2 3
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Up 'Babin"Ij\ \ I I'I PRIEST Stores have 6 g 9w

over twenty-flve 6 iT IS lb tt 1e ''

LADIES BAGS When It I ; different llUrredalmal..necute.;; 1 12 13 23 za ''l s ,
cuddly, safe kind 7D 21_ 12 allt.t
PRIEST I Is the champ. .... 19
Casual and Dressy styles d s 1 FOOTBALLS 2T __ -
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make nice gifts .., T ''"'10.:...... Regulation Size
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1 : .N... .'. prices also THERE ARE ONLY 2 WAYS TO RECORDTHE
10 cents 19 cents .. > _
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25 cents .. .: A
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Big Beautiful Bath S I.. In : :'"

Florals Solids .
22 x 44 $1.19 G '> DuPonl Fabric,
24 x 48 $1.11 ... .' i.' beautifully

ii'w' .:; trimmed 'I.N {

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d .- 3 ODUN <'t>.r. .i/. '"' LADIES BOXEDHANDKERCHIEFS 6 Month I Year 2 Y lair .
v PANTY HOSE S.rin. Certificate. Certificates
;;" Certificat.

':f$ ,1. 49 cents to 11.04 ) .5% 5.25% 5.75% 6%

Regular Sixes 59 cents lift cents ... ...... Par A.... Pet' AnnuM Per Aa.uu par Aaa..
I. y- Qa. Eanol... Quarterly E.minp,
Quart..I" .
PANTY HOSE Queen Size.It.00 _\ 5l -'.; We also have ganlage QuriMtr: gyet.a:
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... lua Mla. UOOO 11111. S5OOD IIln.
Mama'Sbes .. t J them for '...1-1, In.eslmenl Inveslm'lIl 114.040 nth.bu
PANTYHOSE Big $1.98 A very cute toy AVERY .:. r ... ::. b.rotw.d
men boys.
You will like PRIEST'S" ..Panty t Hose. 1k oJ' ,a

_. $1.98 ....)I.t..: ..:, ; Our M.H....thno? Th.... .tmm.tftf.rn..
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You -Will Like Shopping With Us This Season "' FIRST FEDERAL

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The History Club ; Q, .JOQ'
learned what it was ,', .
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Art Gallery on d, ; '-
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pturing, and the Are Nervous Birds : s
In the museum building. I .

one trip, was but exhausted they regained Too, Growers Say % = ,t 55

energy during lunch at a delicacy reported to give the 30 %
,son's Cafeteria. nervous and high strung meat finer: grain and flavor. i''b'
-Brenda year round, not just during Most turkey growers, how- r
holidays.In ever, feed their birds a mash 1 OFF
Annuals 'on sale at !!! fact, the big birds are' that contains ground corn, pulverized OFF ) 1
Annuals went on sale Into a tizzy Just by oats, fish or meat meal, :. : I ,
day and Wednesday of opening their' cage'' soybean meal, ground oyster
at Bradford High And a pelce of loose shells or limestone, and salt. a. ,1! 0.
dents were required fluttering In the wind, Vitamins and minerals are .
$6 for their> annual cause them todashhyster b
In calculated
of these days' In order Into a corner of their added proportions.precisely A computer may ,,:* f.'fJ"'J. b..
ceive one; at the.end and pile up In a fatal determine the feed Ingredients .. & I .' ;.!ill "
year for the huge flocks that now are o>> : -J". C :.0A
Seniors who wanted The lot of a turkey-grower o ..
the rule. .b \ ,q A :!
name printed 'on the not a happy one, says the The days are almost gone S-J .
their 'regular, $6 plus Geographic Society. when a few turkeys strutted \\(9 .U e ;'
the name./ exasperated farmer ex around a barnyard, scratching
.f -Cindy It this way: "Turkeys for their food along with the S\ IV; O 1 ::
beautiful to look at, fra chickens. Then a prize tom .
Basketball season has Brad'Y' as an orchid, and stupid would survive long beyond the .
ed and the Tumblers are belief." allotted 24 weeks of modem t,1, '1 ..bis en ::
ling at BUS.During For Instance-- while drink- birds. When he met his ulti- .;
some of the water, a proud young Tom mate fate his drumsticks usually Strawberry Patch Patch
Strawberry Strawberry
basketball games the become hypnotized by the were stringy and. as one Patch
team will perform a of his own head and farm wife.recalled, "tough as' I Ml J
show. These girls meet drinking until he drowns! bull's ears."
day and Thursday turkeys left out In the rain ., '.
the gym' with Mrs. been known to gaze sky .,',," ,'..,." ',.., II' .,'t""S," ," ," '," ,' fr""r" ..., ,..," '." 'r" " ,"" "r" " '. 4
the PE Instructor. to see what's falling on
Students can look : .. and drown themselves .
a great basketball the process. ;
Interesting half-times! : Others caught In the rain may
-Debbie around aimlessly and SAWYER-SLADE;
: pneumonia simply be-'
The basketball la they can't find the poul-
again! The BUS : house door. -
Is getting ready for Female turkeys never have
ketball game In St. : : to squat when laying
Friday night. Unlike a chicken hen,
The first home game stand upright letting the
geld at the BUS drop an average of 10
light December 9, .. The breakage problem iOa SfiVI :

BITS Tornadoes"It's report that host cards time Santa- are Te.Linda tremendous.One tolerant turkeys they. "I've for seen 40 who years them show has, o 0 : alues

to be given out for into single file, surround
6 weeks grading period snake, and peck It to death," "11 rr
6. The students are to said. '
their homeroom Turkey farmers use a great

pick their after them report school up,cards.between before of keep good antibiotics their health.delicate and A I Famitysized Extra!. fast ifel': .

suffering from mud
es, and at lunch.
-Itobyn or blue comb, responds Rolls out t for
to terramycin. Some with cleaning!
give their flocks ., 4fPS !! *+** uvxo, ST Ty > "
The first meeting of to their 'nut ,1 ? '"'. : _. a, ,
ease cpn- "
phomore Parent-Youth ( .
4 $ '
izadon on Thursday Night nt tension. '' \fr: PefnanentPressCyeIe! \\f.7r ..

7.The 'meeting will be '.. : <<: : !ale subject to high blood pres-, I I
and medical researchers
In New "C" Building :
High School. All been studying them In FILTER-FLO4 ;
rents and students are of shedding new light on r
attend. -Jimmy Massachusetts disease in humans.A farmer. in- ": WASHER '

electric heating pads on rFllt.r
What appeared at first floor of his brooder house -Fio System '
a bomb threat, soon the poults would'' not get Traps Lint Fuzz i iK
feet. Virginia, some '
school holiday for many 3 water-level
turkeys are fed wild violet buds, t' selections I i
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f i I..' Cycl. with -
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: Jet Freeze Ite"Compartment
PHONES 964..5792 & 9617836STAFKE PLAZA Giant freezer holds up to 165 Ibs. $

, 'his Year Do Something Different! : LOW '$19 1 'I' Separate tem{ rata9te! controls 6.

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I We Have A Variety Of Blooming Plants : Azaleas, : "H_. :, _

Poinaettias Christmas Cactus Mums & Dish Gardens .


Swags, Novelty, Fruit Center Pieces. Or. Let Us Do Your I

Arrangements For Your Christmas Party SItrI1G AT COST!

We Deliver "., .. DRYER'i'! -

I GEORGE And DOLLY SIMPSON New Owners Of; Nancy's ,.

I Flowers Invite You To Come In And See The Large Display ,
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They Have To Offer For The Holiday Season. Even I If You ", .'

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Timber mbulance (from/ Pape 1))

Santa To Parade HereWith hou... The communications mission's representative. ) on the gram Include Baker Bradford,
Suit. project is yet another federally 7-county EMC program and on Clay, Columbia. Nassau, St.
20 entries already Usted and more%*pe ed before i funded program through the Department the communications system Johns, and Union Counties. Du-
the deadline at 5 pjn. today (Thursday>' Starke's annual i (From Page l 1)) of Justice and administered Jones has agreed: to give the val County will also receive
Chrl tmaa parade Is expected to be "bigger and better" again through the City county; conventional ambulances funds to further upgrade to
f hr' Theme Yawn argued\ for th.counb' Grade 1 status, the Bevel Medical
than last year's. according to Chamber of Commerce. manager r of Jacksonville Department of to carry out non-emergency ,
Center's emergency facilities. -
John Myers. Safety. ambulance service.
Santa Claus will headline the parade as usual distributing The court withheld Judge Under the new EMC program It was Commissioner Eddie .
candy to youngsters along the parade route and 4 men\ pending a study of writ- the County Commission must Alton program
music will be the rtet. filed by the contending whatever funds it is now off the groundhMotndir
provided by marchlnjr banrfttof! Bradford NATIONAL FISH N put ) Jacksonville already has the
High School and Union County High. parties. Container! Is putting into ambulance service "I say go ahead. Lefs get .peelaiambulanceslnuHu.",
'' The parade will W. Adklns Street, ,south of the W6LAKAiLA.Fish appealing the summary judge- into the new program. That started. funds from an earlier federal
BUS football Held at 9:30 a.m., and proceed to..,the down- ment made In by favor Circuit of Judge the county JohnA. means the $18,000 the county "Thaf what t want," said grant. '
town district at 10:30. has been subsidizing DeWitt C. The federal government shifted -
Bryan who promptly made the
H. Murphree on Nov. 17.
Starke merchants are offering additional shopping hours Jones Ambulance Service to motion to sign the contract to a regional basis for allocating -
1972 suits In which
during the holiday season, and will remain open the two on the timber provide 24-hour emergency with Jacksonville Allen gave funds for different
Wednesday afternoons before Christmas Dec. 13 and 20, firm contested .what It transportation will be diverted the second and the motion programs, however', and Rival
according to the Chamber. termed unfairly high assessments Into the new EMC program. passed unanimously.The found it necessary to bring in
Stores will also remain open until 9 p.m. on Thursdayand ,from 1968 through 1971. According to CommissionerRalph seven rural counties receiving rural area counties to qualify;
Friday Dec. 2122. ;1"1 ; Yawn again last Thursday Bryan who is the com.H..H'HH.'j- money from the pro for further federal funds.
asked for a summary Judge

__n___ Delivered To FarmersBy ment'Re told the county com- .,.. '.,...,'" ,.#HHH,.,... ...." .,,....,..........."raHOLIDjlg
mission that, as Gov. George

Rest Rooms (Fro"'a.'e.!' .1)) Department Of InteriorPictured Wallace nickel's says worth, difference."There's ,nota ..

a nickel's worth of differ SPEGJJlIsS
then have teachers go to the said. In answar\ti: questions above is the Department ing pond and supervising construction ence. ."
rest room and hand out tissue by the board-Casey said work- ; and finally the Fish Yawn contends the Issue was
of Interior fish delivery
when needed. men have beetftrylng; 10 daysto 4 Wildlife Service for supplying settled In 1967 when Judge Mur
truck and the trucks of fannerswaiting
Parents appearing before the balance the/heattng/ system. the fish. phree ruled In the county's favor -
for fish to stock their
board were Mrs. Margie Pratt, ...., Those receiving fish were: on the years of 196567.a c\<
president of the Southslde PTA; -Was given{ "copies of a pre- ponds. A.G. Frame E.J. Cauley La- verdict upheld by Florida's
Mrs. Roland Stern. Mrs. Hazel i liminary program. ,determination mar Tyler Eddie Allen and First District Court of Appealsand \
In the
for Phase *.oC the Brad- Most ponds constructed .
Richardson, Mrs. Era BrownIng : Buford Mitchell. then the state Supreme
and Townsend Strickland. ford-Union Vocational Technical Bradford vation District Soil & Water are the Conser-result Persons Interested in developing Court.
Center which Director Ted When Container continued to "
In other action Tuesday, me of farmer and Inter-agency co- a fish pond should con- GHEE
Oglesby hopes,:'wtty go up next tact Convlngton Woodley Dis- file suit each year from 68-
: year to house, dleael mechanics operation.The trict Conservationist, or Earl 71, Yawn continued to ask for
-Sold six old buses to the Agricultural Stabilization
and heavy .equipment pro the
Jones, Bill Sherwood James summary
highest bidder. Buyers were and Conservation Service for
grams. The report Oglesby has of CAN
basis, the similarity
Watson Leaton Morgan and same
Dave Paulk $305 for Bus No. shares to 50 cent, the
prepared is '*'>*!justify to the up Russ Watson District Super- these c.....with the 1965-86-
4; Eastslde Baptist Church State Department of Educationthe Soil Conservation Service for 67 Judge Murphree
$405 for No. 6 Paulk $196.10 selecting the best site deslgn- visors.Chapman. cases.
; need for -fUM> fourth new granted those\ Judgements too.
for No. 20; George Ricks $91 building at the yo-tech cen- Since 1965 Bradford Tax Assessor -
for No. 26; Ricks, $311 for No. ter. 28
and for
Paulk $252.09 No.
Oglesby's proposed program Gobbs. Roy Hart, Latonya R. Louis Franklin Crews SharonJ. timberlands at $100 per acre
\I 33. received high praise from Fed- Johnson, William Curtis Lundy Crosby'!) 'Dana S. Dye] Susan and swamplands at$30 an average -
-Approved use of the Brad- eral officials at a meeting in Teresa Ann Moore Mica L. Edwards, Anthony Jerome of $79. At the trial In S
ford auditorium for John tocki'"gW
High Tampa recentl>,C sey told the Susanne Morris Emma L.Murphy Franklin, Brenda Gall 1967 Container claimed ttm-
Birch the Society of at Sherrod a future Ham-dateat school board:, .,, Daren Carl Prater, Gall Gulon Mary Lee Geiger, Jay berlands were worth about$45
ilton. request Sit Rhoden Linda Gall Rlcharson, M. Godwin Amette Grlffls, per acre but subsequently
-Okayed placing an order with Kenny Jude Rldrlque Christie Ruth Ella Hazen Terry Lynn raised that figure to about$67
Jean Redding .Cherl Kathleen Hicks, Laren Howe Ella Lee per acre
the to
state four
purchase new BHSMonorRoll Shuford Chanda Am Simmons Hall Denlse Mersey. Linda Sue Local officials are still wor- T
buses In the state's
chasing. Orders entered pool pur this Prlscllla J. Stalnaker Tamara Jones, Briar Ann Patrl\). Patricia ried about the current appel-
will be honored at 1972 Lynn Statzer; !Sonja Lee Tenly Lynn Pierce, Ester Victoria late In the District Court of
year n Kathy Andrea)I Taylor Claire Robinson, Judy Stephens. Appeal But at the same time
prices Casey said.
-Okayed payment of $5.7ft (FrogrPeg." l 1)) Anne Turner I Harold Waters, William Hogan Smith James they are most proud of Yawn's
to Trtest Construction Cow TfWiy'J.) Warren Wade! Winkler Alton Starling, Kathy Marie work In the past seven years. ijjAE'i

Lee Carter Carver.
Te.ton. James Howard Tom- "He went to bat for
Keystone Heights for work on Phyllis Renee-Cgetreu. Janet Eighth grade-* Roger Bennett, llnson. Carl William Torode, us," real Collector J. R.
the Bradford Middle School ad- Ruth Duncan Cheryl Lym Dyal. Thelma G. Brand. Elizabeth TeUtone Kelly. .'
Cynthia LL-J
dition. That leaves the board Cynthia M. EUe JMeva Jayne Brown, Samuel Dean Brown, Brenda Kay Underbill Leonard The county commission, actIng -, z *
10 per cent retalnage Casey Flynn Denl"-'M."ttS'Y.g'3 1,""*l*:( Ste- Tina Leigh Brown Pamela Jo Kenneth Whitehead Monday, voted unanimouslyto !:'SS"TJ! \
pay Yawn's $10,000 bill for
."..,.. -, ----- the years 196871. Previouslythe 17-""
county; has paid the attorney -
c474 $10,165 In fees In the timber -
h litigation. Completely Automatic Modern Convenience, Lift Up Removable
But Kelly points out that Interest totally matchless ,In -.. Cook Top. Removable
THE SEMI-ANNUAL LA-Z-BOV SALE alone on the back taxes evens, oven lights, economy and convenience Oven Doer And
Container Corp., and otSier, tim- porcelain throu
i ber firms, have paid or will II'e"' faster cooking., Door Seals.
pay when the case Is finally
RECLINA-ROCKER! SALE settled will amount to more oo ,S 00
that the legal fees. The county $319.
1- 229
1// 1I Kelly points out; has come W'T. ij.8450Y .
out way ahead with Yawn representing
I .. It. Aval(able Also In 36"

SAVE fROM $$32.08/ $44.00 Kelly figures the Interest paid
to on around back Umber$38.000.taxes will come o spend a lot of time in ydur kitchen.. the whole family does. Remodvlingcbsts .

Yawn of.course, has recently much Jess than you think. Check it ou :}' ant..Magic Chefdeeler

_.... .*. v nd enjoy:! the' .famous<< La:2:Boy, RecHna-Rpeker! !! of.your c olce." pn this page.fa any' -, been i elected circuit Circuit Judge .-:<" \ >nV htfp''"you'put yoiii'.tl( r It1 1i1 n fQ some Mwrttave that

of combination many fabrics: or vinyls. AllIn a brilliant'' :fapge of colors. Only (.a-2-Boy gives you this faultless" ,. I' (II" t' Therefore i in the Eighth the Judicial veteran Brad- modern kitchen 1 you've: : always wanted.,:..,,.,.with Mag. {W??Chef,you've got I
of recline and ease::
rocking just lean back into the relaxing angle of your choice .. ford County Judge and respected the
or use as the finest platform rocker. Now (rs the time to enjoy this often imitated but never duplicated attorney must abandon his space. full!

i combination of luxurious comfort and carefree good looks. Quantities are limited, so be law .practice> as of December

among the first. ,j',Affl.:* 31.

e e Sawyer-Slade Gas
An Agatha Christie mystery
play has been running in Lon .
donor 20 !vears., It', those
shows ,that fold after one night 332 W. Madison Starke, Fla. Phone 964-7701
i that, present the real mystery' r
how they ever got produced. .

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$$221.00 ALE. 1390Rif. Rsg. .$203.00. SALE 169.00

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A Habllrall Hamster Set
Birds &Supplies

Tropical Fish,

GIFT .* Fancy Cellars

Plush Animal Toy
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TOYS Neon Tetra'si. 3/1.00 PUPPIES

: AND STOCKINGS SF>>ed4la I Afcea Eaters .13. ,59* And

Bettas., ., ,". 99, KI'lTENSLARGEST
r STOCK PRICES GOOD THRU alack Taw. ... .49.
OF PETS AND FRIDAY AND Blue Gouramls. ea.49<


S23].OO SA1I 189JJ 00 RiE.237.00 'SA1I Iff00' THIS.AREA. USE OUR 'LAY A-WAY
OU :1 ; > FRIEND
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REGISTER FOR "'''''''-

Hotpoint RInge. No Purchase

k TQ BE GIVEN AWAY Necessary w

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." ';:"'- :. Our Store Is Filled, As Never Before, With A Gift For *,

. Everyone In The Family Or A Gift For The Whole


:: ;' Family. You'll Welcomed, By Bill And Dottie And

' .:1' "' Our Friendly Sales People And, Remember "Badcock. sr'

Will Treat You,Ri it"; So, Why Not Come In This '

,: Weekend And Choose That Special Gift) ... ._You'll Save '

'WRSON.. Too! Thanks To AII Our Customers* + +* ;Jlll1ce44 Set BILL WILSON. OWNER

I For A Terrific Year "" + HOLLYWOOD

NMI 1..TI.ChlId.M'.
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1 All. Mahn. has d">"bl. >. CARLOAD JT SALE 3-BAND
.lCHI. J/eeel v lo M..r d o/W/ h.ndln. tint? $CQ95 TRANSISTOR
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Amual election for stars ._ rrrrr, rw_. .----- .
Club Mrrrrrrwwww rwrr rrrw Mrw rrrrwwrrww wwrr
Cittern ,
of the Senior I
were held Nov. 28 by nominations I EXTRA :
seconds, and vole* vote / 1L1Lj11 k EXTRA : EXTRA
from the floor. 1be new Exe- 1 / i S&H GREEN : S&H GREEN S&H ,GREEN :
cutlve Board will be Joe Kerrtgan I
Prei.j Mary Allen, Vice STAMPS : STAMPS: ::1 ir STAMPS :
Tress. .
Pres.; Emma Morton. ON PU CHA I I
The office of Secy. waa left 1 ON PURCHASIS I ON 'UIlCNA' I 'Of ALl NO

open volunteer minutes with secy the of proviso each would meeting recordthe that a 4I ; frit: t I 1 ;1 N $500'10 fOYALINO$999 !I ,1 10 tO14"YOYALINO I $1500mc or.. I

until Dorothy Kerrigan la well I Il.N 1 cht h.ll.. I Il.n. t c.....,../.IIp. / limit. I Cwpon**'.DEC....1,13OCAt 1
again. Pete and Lilly Johnson (OUPOllIOOD TRAY DFC II 1 OUPOll uooo IHiU DFC 11 1 COUPON.. .GOOD. THRU WIMH-MHIt IA
volunteered to accept tflecklt1e. .......00.. WIMM.N.II, ..10WOL.1 WMM.p1 I '0" IyF .
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of our Sick Comm. and to deliver ) ----------------- -- ------- ------ - ------ --- --
the wash cloth slippers Quantity Rights
for the patients In our local Reiorved .
Nursing Home on or before INC' PRICES GOOD DEC 7 THRU DEC 13
Xmaj Day Bill and Haiel 4300EITr PI S Ot IICE, [, WI"c"L rwlorsii01tivY

Richards Entertainment Director ... -... ._ ,
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*. also volunteered to .,,.1t.* ," J.f.3.. ,;;:: :..V4';..,;..... :# '!U.

place continue of Karl as House and Ada Chmn.Hoist In )i.- "" ",:":: ="",, ,,, ._ .I .": .:t'i' -. .......... ..... s..1IJ : (

until Karl Is well enough to W-D BRAND PURE l.\a1
resume those duties Della 'SAvi'30clb. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONEtESSDefmonico : (
Speed will continue as Receptionist : Steaks $189 USDARCHOOIC.AI.S'
I and Joe Kerrigan will . Ls' CHUCK T GROUND BEEF 1
be responsible for our Library 'W-IX BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP

good Comm.start We for have the made up-coming a very ,N.Y.( Strip Steaks .10 :fctSAyltOc : $998

and.we pray for good e
health for all of us to continue g" W.D BRAND PORK SHOULDER (SLICED lb. 59c) / ,;V

In Club these functioning vital Jobs during to keep 1973.our .Smoked"' Picnics . WHOLE LB. 49cII' 8 C # 6 8 3' LB. $199 t tI

As Bill and Hazel Richardswill QUARTER SLICED HICKORY P/a l6 LB. PKG. \
not able to attend our '
Xmas Party; a Comm.Bernie of four 1 ,Smoked Hams . LB. 78' .
Lucy Tucker Smith )
Flossie Prescott Della Speed, .IIOe: HORMEL'Conned t
Board, will meet'a) 11 fcm.- ', Hams . 3 CAN $379 ;
to make preparations for our '' CHUCK ROAST .. POT PIES
covered dish lunch. Each: member SAV 61c Lb. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BU'C -',

Is asked to bring a cup., Chuck Steak . ". .
knife fork and spoon. Invited
guests are Gene and Georgia w'-D BRAND USDA CHOICE, .:,; 09

ger Rayburn Davis. ,Grace Randall will and be Gin-said California Roast . LI.89c AnnAA

and lunch will begin at 12 noon. t o $1 6 $1
'w'D; @
Each member Is obligated to BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONELESS 8-oz. I

bring a gift by ,playing which will a very be exchanged Interesting -- Shoulder Roast . LI. $118 PIRL.. LB. .8 PIES

a door game.prize will A drawingfor also be ,...L./' .-.--.--__ .- -....__ _.,___ _- .-- -- _. -u 43iae- ,_ ._ .- _
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held.We missed Marian Batchel-
der, who Is Ill, and her husband -

who and Houston were unable Driscoll to attend.and others Briskets LB $119 Bread '. 2088C Juice '. 3 10mES 32'01. '$100 Cheese . 72PKO... $199 l Fruit Pies 3 20.PIES;... $100 1

Mary Allen will read a Xmas W-D BRAN* MbA) # CHOICE BEEP GROUND SAVE 9 DIXIE DARLING Br.'n So",.S..d.d or Clutter SAVI lOc THRIFTY MAID CRANBERRY" LUX LIQUID (lOc OFF) SAVE S0L-TASTE O' SEA S.olood Platl.r or Shrimp)

prayer Happy birthdays and carols were will be Flossie sung. Chuck . u. $108 Rolls . 2 10-0.PKGS.. 49C .C o kt'I BOml 48.0.. 59C Detergent BOTTLE"'.. 48C Dinner ; ., 2 PKGS." 0', $100 1.
Prescott. Eleanor Thurston .

versaries Johnson Joe were and Pete Dorothy and Lilly Ker- Dinners,1 2 & 99C .Margarine 6 PEA. $1 1 Pears 0' 2"01 CAN, 39C Astor Oil .. BOTTLE OT'C Potatoes. 5 BAG L8. 69C


Mrs.We Nelson are sorry Green to who hear bakes that Steaks\. .5 LSS.OVER 011 $798 c.Vv, !. 59C ; .5. ."CANS... '$100 Helpers 2 PKGS. $1] 00 Pizza,, 0 .'1 1. "SIZE' $199.

hope that she will soon be well. LBS. OR lS.o.. 11'0.. 2.LB. ,LB. :' .
Again we give thanks to ourCpuntyt Steaks 5 .OVER $749 l 0 t.Ion -. 10TTlI $119 Oranges,, 3 CANS JB8CjCHNUJ ', Flour .. '. 2 PKGS. 88C 001' !10 BAO 68 I ,
Comm., CltynOffldals, "re HOT-OR i.; i': : ; w. 'a DAIftI/.lo/ 5E'&bnr.1 l x."uJ\lb IICi rl5 10 omen 9UnUt: :. : MLSr
SUNNYIANO PORK ROIL MUDSaascig SAVE tOc-WHITE RAIN Hold HAIR RI 11 rlli'Di't ,j J1 Jtt XIE CHFL' t\itSTER\ 14'tU ::; .
aid the, and Bradford the wonderful Co inW\peopleof ;R Ole6tRri "'Q! ef'w;;,,..;.p. 'T.'f'l/ft':7."'/ 9' C. Sp..dY L'1\.\" .. .I\g!: !. .tAN'j7.. "g,,, } 1 1 (( (; : ,;[ (, Btf m1'u.h R I'fJQ- 'Li'atiil.'SKGs: :. ..X10-A'p'Dles' :rl L:> ,al'I(' "|;if.-'FO ebnu' 'Kr,179' ...10.'

Bradtor4),County ,(>r (fhefr'!/ \ 17 ; \s WNOIl\,*. 'Jtj -. ,., -' ''Ix'rh RZg l inl'lA4IAL"; }...lJ,. r': I '" l'', i
port good during 1972. The BradfordCo. Hams 78C Tablets 6O.C', 99C''' Pie 21'0.. 39C Tissue 3 SOO-CT. 88C 59C
Senior Citizens Club wish LB. BOTH Filling CAN PKGS. Oranges' BAG

you all a very peaceful Joyful QUARTER :&. fjlllCED THRIFTY MAID MIXEDVegetables lYKES BEANS ft CRACKING GOOD LEMON VINE RIPE oo 0yl) 1/ .

New Xmas Year.and a healthy and happy Pork (Shops 88C SCANS' ::s $100 1 Chili . 3 'S CANS 0t 88C Thins 3 10-09.PKGS. $1oo 1 Tomatoes LB. .39 C

the Staff of the Bradford County; 10CT. Potatoes l6-oL '10'11"0.' 10.... $-oo
Public\ Library. We are sorry Biscuits, 6 CANS 49C 6 CANS $100 1 Soup . 8 CANS l00 1 ,. 3 PKGS.! Cabbage 2, HEADS 39c


wag article.ommltted In our last C :4/>>' 3 PKGS' $100 I. "CAN''''.". 10 1 Souk p .. 8 '10'11"01.CANS' $100 l I 2 BOXES 88C Trees .. O' EACH $299.

Our next meeting the Xmas ..
Party; will be held at the Rec. .-G..c.- f" j I, :: ..... .,.OO: .1I\{.
Center noon. Dec. 19. Don't a Y --
forget to bring a covered dish '''''
and your utensils, a gift and C JUMBO KLEENEX- PILLSBURY 1
for the patients the

,Nursing This will' the last meet- PAPER TOWELS FLOUR Fresh Eggs . 2 DOZEN $))00
Let's makeIt
Ing of this year. ;, ..,
a good one. .imit{ 4 roll with $7.5O or mar purchase xcl. cigt. 'SAVE I7c REGULAR OR SUPER

,-Joe Kerrigan p Kotex Napkins . 32.C';.. $l)00

? ? $1 rl'twzx4s.' 5 SAVE 50 THRIFTY MAID CUT .
,\\1\ : a \
48 Green Beans . 5 l-'s S $100 1 ,
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r BAG Bath Tissue 4 2 ROLL $1)

"Will-power- test-tighten D Ketchup . . 4 BOTU'ES;: 88C x. ,
one shoe lace and then walk! FtRUBT COCKTAIL
around without tightening:the
other." limit 4 with $7.90 or more purchase excluding cigarette coif 1 with $7.50 or mor. pwrchate excluding cigarettes Tomato Juice . 3 PKGS.s SSc


''a 4I; Soft Drinks e '.6 BOTTLES' $100! f '

r 1 16-Oz. 8-$ I-IB. THRIFTY MAID, STEMS It PIECESMushrooms
4 yr Qy $

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Legal Notices Va" LAW T E Y
By llfaeltlr. Terry "" -1f""" y-. .

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL the Clayton were dinner weekend guests of her In-laws
IN AND FOR BRADFORD CIRCUIT.! IN AND FOR BRAD- of their parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson. and Mrs. Daisy Boch visited Mrs. S. L.,Swindell, were host Miss Susie HUliard
COUNTY STABKE! FLORIDA FORD COUNTY CIVIL ACTION Mrs. M.A. Clayton Of Wesley Thomas of Starke Mrs. Alice Austin during the at a supper on Saturday night weekend with her uncle spent the
CASE .-DIVISION-:-'--. CASE NO. Augustine. spent the weekend with his week at Medical Center. honoring their mother Mrs. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and
IN RE( The Marriage of: Wife, IN RE: The Marriage of RO- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville.Mr. Edith Swtnney. on her birth- vie and In
RUBY JEAN GREEN ARMOUR BERT C. BARKSDALE. JR., Mrs. John Kuhn and son H. H. Brtce. and Mrs. Wallen Sapp day anniversary. Mr. and family Mrs. Jacksonville.
and ADRIAN ALLEN ARMOUR; Husband AND VIRGINIA T. Mrs. James Newsom were Friends of Mrs. R. H. Futch and daughter of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hill- Lexington, Ind.,Albert Lockof
Husband. BARKSDALE Wife of her daughter Mrs. regret to learn that she is a were guests of their mother lard and DaryL and Mr. and lag some time with are spend
NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF SUIT : Simmons and family patient in Bradford County; Hos Mrs. A. C.. Pearce on Sun- Mrs. Everett Oliver attended and their son
TO: Adrian Allen Armour Residence TO: VIRGINIA T. BARKSDALE : Atlanta, Ga., Sunday to Tues pital. day. open house 'at Devry Instituteof Mrs.daughter-in-law Paul V. Lock. Mr. and
Unknown 1812 West Third Street Burney Dobbs of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Pres- Technology Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. J. W. Thomas Live
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Montgomery Alabama 36106 ville, spent Sunday with his cott of Kingsley Lake, were on Sunday where Daryl plans Oak, Mrs. Chuck Moore
that RUBY JEAN GREEN AR- YOO Ad; HEREBY NOTI- Miss Esther Mason, of Jack- parents Mr, and Mrs. Arlie Sunday guests of their parents to study Electronics at Bell Lake City and Mrs- ,Tom of
MOUR has filed a Petition in FIED that an action for disso- called on Miss AzDobbs.. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Normanand and Howell School.
the above-styled Court for Dissolution lution marriage has been filed Blanchard on Saturday. Miss Linda Edwards of the Carl Normans. Paul Wllklson, of Orlando, of Casey their of Starke were guests
Mr. and Mrs.
of Marriage. You are against you and you are required Mrs. Celita Lee,daughter Brooker, Joey Bennett, Nancy: Friends of Mrs. Frederick spent the weekend with his parents Fred Moore parents.on Saturday: after-
to show cause If any may be to serve a copy of your writ- of Jacksonville were Bennett, Mrs. II. W. Bennett, Prescott of Highland regretto Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
had why due Petition should ten defenses if to it on learn that she is a patientin Willdson Sr. Sunday guests of noon.Mrs. Ernest Wells
not be granted, on or beforethe ELZIE S. SANDERS, Attorneyfor Baptist Hospital Jackson- the XVHkisons were their son- home after
22nd day of December; A.D. Petitioner whose addressIs ville. in-law and daughter, Mr. and week with Friday her spending a
1972; otherwise, a Judgmentmay 138 West Call Street, Starke Mrs. Robert Norman, Mrs. Mrs. Roger Edwards of Jack L. Gilchrist sister Mrs. T.
In Brunswick Ga.
be entered against you Florida, and file the original CommunityNews Elnora Privett, Mr. and Mrs. sonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joiner,
granting the Dissolution. with the Clerk of the above- Charles Starling Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bryant Red- and children of
WITNESS my hand and seal of styled; Court on or before December Obed Pauley and Donna Sue dish visited 'their brotherinlaw spent Sunday with Jacksonville their
this Court at Starke, Bradford 22, 1972 otherwise a Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch Mr. and sister Mr. and Mrs. ther-in-law and bro-
County; Florida, this the 15 day Judgment may be ,entered and Mrs. Les McClellan, Mrs. J. M. Wilson,,in Macclenny, Mrs. O. J. Boyette sister Jr.Mr.and and
of November A.D. 1972. against you for the relief demanded Ola Starling and James Starling on Sunday afternoon. family.
GILBERT S. BROWN In the Petition for Dissolution visited Mrs. R. H. Futchin Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Swin- Mr. and Mrs. Phillip' Pan-
CLERK OF CIR- of Marriage. Bradford County; Hospital dell and family were guestsof cake of Hanover Ind.,
CUIT COURTBY WITNESS my hand and the seal during the week. their brother-in-law and sister the Thanksgiving spent
: Betty Ed- 'of said Court this 15 day of November By ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER Friends of Robin Hlgglnbo- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Northin Mr. and Mrs. Paul holidays V. Lock with
A.D. 1972.GILBERT. tham regret to learn that she
wards Deputy; Jacksonville on Sunday; and family.
Clerk S. BROWN CHAPTER Is seriously 111 In Medical Cen-
n/23-4t-12/1.! T S. BROWN OES IX MEMORY:\ ter, Gainesville.
CLERK Dell Chapter 168 OES will In loving memory of our dear J. C. Prevatt, Jr., of Gaines-
BY: Betty Ed- Its regular meeting Thurs- Mother who passed away December ville, was a guest of his parents !JLY THE VERY
IN THE COUNTY Dec. 7, at 8 p.m. in the Carl Pre- RICH .
JUDGE'S wards Deputy; 8, 1971; :Mrs. Pernella Mr. and Mrs. .t
COURT IN AND FOR BRAD- Clerk Hall on Brownlee Cummings. vatt on Sunday. CAN AFFORD CHEAP AIRCONDITIONING
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA.IN All members are asked Mrs. Leonard Norman, Mr.
PROBATE. ELZIE S. SANDERS please be present and on One year has about passed and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott of
We need the help of each and Richard I
Attorney for Petitioner dear Mother, Kingsley Lake
IN RE: Estate of ARA E. .
MOITT Deceased. Since God has called you home Austin visited Mrs. Frederick
NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL 11/2341 1214In NEWS To be with Him in heaven, Prescott in Baptist Hospital QUALITY WORKDOESN'T
REPORT, APPLICATION FOR Around the snow-white throne. Jacksonville on Sunday.
Greater Freewill Baptist COST IT PAYS
Flossie Rosier
Mrs. returned -
FINAL DISCHARGE AND DISTRIBUTION The County; Judge's Court Rev. Jasper Williams
OF ASSETS.TO Of Bradford County; Florida. We often sit and think of you home Saturday after
WHOM IT MAY CON- In Probate t--- a,wreath used the and time went to through pre When we are all alone spending two weeks with her "WN UE....ATIIN
CERN In Re: Estate of Alice H. For memory is the only thing sons-in-law and daughters Mr.
: McIntosh Deceased.- advent services for the That grief can call its own. and Mrs. J.R. Jones and family WEATIIERT lON I... CftAllUTIftAllMG
Sunday. We feasted on a *... "
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Car- HEAT PUMPS
FIED that my Final Report and Spiritual de-
sermon We miss you. Oh, we miss you. ter and family of ColumbIa
Application for Discharge and
All Persons Interested by Rev. Jasper Wil '
Distribution of Assets has been How could we help but cry? S. C. STARKli:'
In The Estate Of Said Decedent [ But if we live as you lived, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North t 226 S. Walnut St. 964-7731
filed before the Honorable
by me -
Morning services were at 11
: We'll meet again by and by. of Jacksonville, and Mr. and
T. A. Yawn County Judgeon You are hereby notified thata Dinner was served at 12:30: you
or'' before the date of the written Instrument purportIng jhe days service was ter- -The children.
first publication hereof. at 6 p.m. with Advent
to be the Last Will of
R. A. Green, Jr., .
Alice II., McIntosh deceased
Executor of Estate Services for this week will
has been admitted to
317 N. E. First Street this Court. You probatein here- with Christmas practice
Gainesville, Florida 32601 by commanded within are six cal- night. The Senior Choir fEveryDayLowPricc fEveryDaylowPrice.
To be published for four con-
endar months from the date Tuesday; night. Pray-
secutive weeks, first publica- of the first publication of this Meeting was held %Wednes
tion on 23rd day of November notice to appear In this Court night. Christmas rehears- CENTER CUT Pantry -
1972. was held Wednesday night.
and show cause if any you REGULAR GRIND
11/23 4t 12/14
can, why the action of this night (tonight)the La-
Court in admitting said WL1 Circle will meet at the SIRLOINSTEAKS
of :Mrs Anna Bell Mos-
to probate should not stand
Friday night the Prayer
will meet at the home STARKE'S
Theron A. Yawn COFFEE
Notice Is hereby given that
the undersigned, under the provision County; Judge in and For Brad- Mrs.Anna Wright. The I 320 S. WALNUT ST.
Circle will be selling din-
of 20.953 Laws of Florida ford County; Florida
Acts of 1941, will register By: /Delores Dampier from the kitchen Satur- tiiaLt ........
Board Meeting will $ .o..e..oo.: 'D'"
with the Clerk of the Cir- Clerk 9 : ...M '0..' .OOOD,tleYS.
.. .. .
held at 6 fl.
cuit Court, In and for Bradford Eugene F. Shaw is p.m.Youth Saturday.J I L B 5:9cLB ...-..De.......D .u.-art
Day Sunday
142 West Call Street
County, Florida, proofof fIfD
; upon
Starke Florida will begin services Sun- BAG ne"we pknnl. to xrMr
of this noticeof
at 9:30: ; Morning service flU S D., fOOD STaMP
Attorney for Executrix L
the fictitious name of Brad- 1 ,
II.'outh Day will be eel-' .. COUPONS '
ford Publishers under which i1I8729'IN ,, ; < l' i' ) Dinndr,will be served i .
I am engaged in business atStarke. 12:30 with the Mission ( "
Fla.William _.,TI1E COUNTY JUDGE'S selling. League at de-4 BONELESS cuT i SLICED 1/4 I SWEET & MELLOW
J. Averbuch (sole COURT IN AND FOR BRADFORD Services for the day will 11I111"
owners; P.O. Box 188, or Starke, COUNTY, FLORIDA at 6 p.m. with the Home ; Golden Ripe
i 1
Motor Court. Starke. Fla. Case No. al't in charge. The presi-
Dated this 29th day of November IN RE: Estate of IRVIN Is asking all women to 1I
A. U. 1971 at Starke, TYLER: JONES, Deceased. white. BANANAS
Bradford County; Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll : i HOPS ;

12/2 4tp 12/23 creditors of the Estateof Baptist Church, "
IRVIN TYLER JONES, deceased Leroy Davis pastor I 1
NOTICE: OK INTENTION TO are hereby notified and !)' services will Include : $1119 12TO finnan 1 C!Notice: is FICTITIOUS hereby given NAME that: demands required which to file they any may claims have or each Tuesday each Thursday night. Pray night. I 13 LQ [awnmiPKGS. B I (reiirr, lfp!!i 10

the undersigned pursuant to against said estate in the'01- School will terminate LB ,LB ; LB

Chapter 865.09 Florida Statutes nee of the County; Judge of for Sunday. Regular _ _ _
will register with the Bradford County; Florida, In will be held the third
Clerk of the Circuit Court in the courthouse at Starke Florida with Sunday School at
and for Bradford County Florida within eight calendar : : ; :Morning service at 11. .
the fictitious name of months from the date of the : : At
Grlffls and Sons Fiberglass first publication of this notice Bethlehem Freewill
under which I am engaged In furnishing a copy thereof to Church. Kiddie Kollege
business at 3 miles North on Myrtle W. Jones Executrix, Care Center Is opened
301. Starke Fla. 32091. P. O. Box 475 Starke Florida. 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. with
Woodrow D. Grtfns, P. O. Each claim or demand must session and a play
Box 945, Starke.Fla.32091 sole be In writing and must state !; Anyone wishing to en- 1 plea
owner. the place or residence and post his or her child call 964- .
Dated this 24th day of November office address of the claimantand for Information .
1972 at Starke Brad- must be sworn to by the Allen Chapel AME 'IRmrPUNCH PILLSBURY CAKE, I DELMONTE
ford County Florida. claimant, his agent, or his attorney In 1 '
or It will become void Rev. H. G. Heastie f lit

11/30 LEGAL 4tchg 12/21 NOTICEI according November to 14 law., 1972. C. 1 :Morning. Sunday Service School at at 11 with 9:30: (L1DI/<"/"!> LAUNDRY i I/::i'3 AA I JC ES TOMATO.

Myrtle Estate W.of IRVIN Jones Youth at In 5:30.charge.Official Afternoon meet- DETERGENT I 17.5oz YELLOW & CHOC. FUDGE I J U ICE t,'"'l.Jj::

will not be responsible for TYLER JONES, Deceased. : 4 p.m. All officers and I 18oz WHITE, CHOC, MACAROON j
any debts made by anyone other are asked to please
than myself Paul Criffls. 11/25 First I6th 1972.publication on November !; and on time. 84oz 1 & BUTTERASST. I

2 t 1212. 11/16 4t 12/7 -- 99 1 3/i i 46oz 3$1"BOX
,, v.. .... 11'I. /It' "1(1. .... V.... ,, IW'- can Yule be I .-!I CANS

1 fun r 1 BonusBuy CvcryfbytowPrk*"

a bit of Imagination ., Fit** HA IIFt '*itt iu* < %

different what It kinds takes of to APPLESAUCE SALADrj WESTERN

decorations for in-
and outdoors.
trimming with con-
ornaments Is fun.
tree trimming with edi
is delicious.
by gathering the / COMPARE Hi:;;:'j SPRINGTIM' FROZEN
around for a popcorn
good time. Add 1 Sunaid Grape Jelly .11. 49 1 PEAS OR
coloring to the skillet
get Jolly colors to en > t tIhl i Sunaid Apple Jelly 'II ". 39c 1 1 MIXEDVEGETABLES

an the artificial tree -tree whether or the j Suave : 'w': :D :": 2/l/

Shamppooy.... .. ,.
t 't\ thing. -;- '!,0 -/ V0W M i Suave :.:.:. :: 49;;
the popcorn into ... ..... .
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then wind and criss CALL i Hair Spray ro=-"to; : '49c

.them Popcorn through balls can the NOW! -' / yhl"'i.l"I i White I Rain-Hair Spray ":H:... 99. i 2Ooz POLY 389BcMiusBuy / c

If You're Planning To Build A Home wrapped ornaments.In plastic for 384-7SH1 i Holsum Peanut Butter ".:' 75c j BAGS

Or Buy A Mobile Home Be Sure To people dress

Zoning Regulations Icing and gum drop EveryDaytovrPricc W,EvcrybdytowPrice Every DdyLowPrkcItOllH
can be suspended
CIIMKU CO* Pickwick
the branches like
lollipops and
striped candy canes CARROTS FRIES MUFFINS /AKA
make this tree a tempt
good treat. '* fi/l
.RMFOIt ; :

and fir trees In front .
are many times Illu -

ZOHINt BOARB ,with sometimes bright strings twin l.o.yI.owt'Itce l.o.yI.owPrtcc. lftryDeyt.owfIrice lMtry nt vMce ISNryOs ,lrRf .
on and off. STOKIIY Town.nd Country Lindsay MICRIN .-' AIM' SUAVE

a little carpentry CORN COFFEE DOC *:;:> M:l:<=.*.. AHflStVTIC' Han l A BWyLOTION HAW SMAYt
weatherproof wood _a'. CREAMER FOOD OLIVES MeWIMWAfH _._.._

atlons can be made to 171 6/I' 59c '199 -3/$1 31.. 99c 69c ,- .9c
liven up outdoor CANS w" ; :; c""", w c.... .

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SUPPLY BUSINESS FOR County Funds ,., .. ;,, "

SAlE IN STARKE: ,',' ." ..' "
Firemen : ;', \" \

Sailing F..d, Seed., Fertiliser, And.General

Farm Supplies Have Purina Dealership., (
will be refunded court cost
Good Will Sell Build' the Stark city made city
Location. Inventory couldn't believe its collectiveears for each cue by a

B. Leased. Tuesday when councilmen officer.
Ing Can
Pierce .
But as a practicality, '
heard the city Is receiving
pointed out the city mutt look
$5,000 of $16,000 Bradford
CONTACT J. M. EDWARDS, JR. to use these funds from city
County has allocated for nredepartm.nts. n
arrest to help defray the increased ThN
PHONE 964-6096 STARKE of operating
Every fire department In the expenses
the jail which will after -
county share In the windfall, county 4r--Z2
Jan. 1 house city prisoners. -
voted at the tall end of Monday' -
county commission meet
Also discussed the Impending Excellent
ing. Commissioner Ralph Bryan was a
centralization of all
prepared the figures weeks .
and radio communications -
city county
Christmas Gift
ago then the matter was ap- ,
at one base station
parently dropped. But In a surprise
move Monday the board Councilmen Nell Tucker and. '" For The Man With
adopted Bryan's fire department Vernon Silcox attended a meeting
with other officials from
budgetBrooker Fire Departmentgets the county. fire departments, Everything
$848 Hampton $2,496 and hospital last Thursday to ,
Lawtey $2,720 Starke $5.296 discuss utilizing the new microwave iii +
Ten Delicious Colors
Fire radio tower built with
and the Bradford County
federal funds and In cooperation *
Department 4640. Only limitation -
the funds is with the City of Jackson- .r
placed on SOFT TIP PENS ,
it must be spent on fire de- ville. __ ,
Idea Is to have one number _
partments.The figures were based on for all types of emergency calls Expresso Showcase j
population basis Bryan says. with a central station dispatching -
"What do they want fromus all units- ambulance, fire,
? What do we have to do? and law enforcement. }''r $3.50
DeWitt C. Jones FuneratHomt Starke city councilmen repeatedly -
asked Chairman Jim-
I;;, my McRae when he told of Drug Charge Value
STARKE ) f' the unprecedented grant from Reg. $5.00 .
r _
I the county.It Brings 2 Year \
PHONE= 961.0200KEYSTONE .purred a discussion a-
bout cooperation between the Prison TermMac The Telegraph ]
two governmental bodies, the
HEIGHTSPHONE council alternately seeing pit- D. Matteo received a
falls In cooperation and advantages two-year prison sentence In
) I7.1-.1176: : : to be gained through Circuit Court here this week
efficiency and combination of after pleading guilty on two
law enforcement agencies. charges of delivery of hallucinogenic -
Newly adopted judicial Article drugs. JCOOPER'S
5 of the Florida Constitution Other cases disposed of in
Interested In Earning; cause Starke Police Depart the fall term of court Included:
Potential Of 12 15.000 1st Yr. ment officers to be more like Attorney Earl Tice, plead guilty to
sheriffs deputies -
county prison escape and was sentenced -
NEED AUTOMATIVE PARTS & George Pierce pointedout. to six months In the

FASTNER SALESMAN :;' State Prison to run consecutively -
Someone of course promptly .
To Cover Bradford St. Johns, ','e wanted to know! If that was Floyd with Lagrew any,other plead sentence.guilty to .... : I ,.r<,,1 ,

Alachua, Clay Putnan Countt.s.h:.., why the city was receiving prison escape, and was sentenced t! .
\We Provide SalesmanWith "\ $5.000 from the county.No to one year In prisonto "
j Pierce(istressed. It Is run consecutively with any "
Already Established' Accounts" simply that Article 5 places other sentence.
jurisdiction of all misdemeanor Stanley William Newman,Jr.,
Must Be'A Go "$$?
Getter cases in the county Judge's plead guilty to attempted escape -

If Interested, Call Collect. Area Code 305;; 277-8740 ed court.out,City will officers sign Informationsat he point from prison, and receivedsix

months to run consecutively . .
the courthouse just like a - - - -
when they want I with any other sentence. o a o o OB"MAM MAMM""" OB OB 0 ooB ao oo BB g aa B B Qeooo Hff
county deputy Bill Stacy plead guilty; to
to bring a charge. The city assault upon an officer by a

DANIELS-SUZUKi 1 CENTER INC., state prisoner and received a NURSERY
two year sentence to run consecutively -
6H NORTH MAIN s7a-..S7 GAINESVILLE with any other ..n-

--"" ? _j "w.\ Greene,
Cycle Accessories Herbert Reynold
Christmas '
Make Ideal Xmas plead guilty to possession of AND
LayA.Woy Giftlt1\ lmeu. a 'weapon by state prisoner,
Pi \ Tool/Shifts PI and was sentenced to 14 monthsIn
Available ,,1' \ Goggles Gloves prison to run consecutivelywith
? Light, etc. any other sentence.

Hove them call fh..CRISIS*!_,,,,-Alvto. ..Underbilltfead guilty 111I. d.AN DSGAPE 'UO'fCO.

12OOn Mlles! ,r\1:\ ;Wohs Warranty ., t M CENTER: any tiip."" o ,.! ""i' 1W'Illegal&tic dellvqrVpf), !fend( [TO couh'rY cannabis* i ; .

i night, 804 SW :2nd'AveJH: dered. a. pre-sentence'.Irwtstt1gadon. :: I- ... .
Parts & AccessoriesNOTICE with -
Complete : I for help a variety of "

life's problems. Leslie George Spates, alias
Leslie George Green, withdrewhis
PHONE plea of not guilty and plead
.... guilty to aggravated assault
376.4444 Pre-sentence investigation was SiLL
; ordered. The case against
Spates for carrying concealed
firearm was nolle pressed.
Luclan Blotter withdrew a ;

THE BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING BOARD plea of not guilty and entereda

:::::: ::::::: :::::-:: plea of guilty to carryinga tj B j t HJ Q Bt B a B B 0,0 P,0JL _
::::::::::::::::::::::::;;:::::::*:::::-:::>> LICUIDUM
WILL MEET DECEMBER 19,1972AT concealed firearm. Pre-sen
JacksonvilleDirectory tence Investigation was or- k (IN STOCK FOR CHRISTMAS) Ligustrum 1.98
dered. GAL. REG2.49 Eo.

COURT HOUSE. Family Services' Trail I Bikes East Polatka (With Btrrys) 95

John Torode>fl. Now LocatedIn BY ROCKFORD & RUPP HOLLY Gal. 3' To 4' Site 11

New QuartersThe
Chairman W. At Coopers Are Offering .
Auto Sales and Service assistance payment units 25.00 Trade On Bikes, Tricycles, AN N U ALS Dos Reg. 99 ", 894 '
of the Division of Family Ser- Wagons Its Not A Gimmick All $
Parrish Motor vices moved last week from the Trade Ins To B. Donated To Goodwill
old Florida Bank building on For Boys & Girls Less Fortunate Thl.Chrl.tma..W.Hav.ALa.AwoyPlan..

;t"", SALES Call Street to the former Doc- Plants( In I Tubs 20% OFF
....:" ..:;, SERVICE tor' Hospital building at 314
VOLVO N. Temple Avenue. .
Sincere Thanks PARTS Mrs. Jan Powell supervisor
said that about 260 cases have

s r Always Good Used c.... been transferred from Union ,
,,, J County to the officer here,
To All Who Hove Assisted Th. Crosby Lak!C.m-;: 121 Leer St. Pb. 35115154AUTQ which will handle all Union FREE DRA WING
County in the future.
.'''y Maintenance Fund By Requesting That!! Contributions ELECTRIC With approximately cases 750 Bradford -

B. Mad. For Car. Of Th. Cemetery'As; PEAVY !! Count cases the office
A Lasting M.morlal For A Deceased Friend; ;; Or Brother now'has a total case load of FOR SAFETY HELMET & ARTIFICIAL PLANT IN TUBFOR

Relative. ,Electric Co., over 1000.
Alternator Starters ( BIKES) (VALUE 25.95)) (Value 35.00))

Generators >Regulators New Aid OfferedTo DRAWING TO BE HELD DEC. 22, 1972 (DON'T HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN)
Your Thoughtfulness Has Greatly As.Isi.dylb. Veterans
---- ---
C.m.t.ry Fund And Has Enabl.d U. ToiKeep). .; DIESEL Action Team Redberry 18" To 24" FLA. HUMUS .

Th. Cemetery In Better Condition Than Would 1 4344 Lena Av. Jax.sees. S LE PYRCANTHA Gal'. Reg. 2.49 I98 PEAT BU BAG 791;
B..n Possible Without These
Have M.moIClM 3872528PIANOS. Florida Is setting the pace
Contributions. f > for the nation In community: LIVE PLANTS C.ntipedeUJORO
"to J; ,assistance to veterans, spearheaded 298Ea. 14t
,by the newly formed Dish Gardens EACH SOD S0. FT.
'" YAMAHA PIANOS "Governor's Action Team for

W. Hope That :Others Will Follow Your Example CONN ORGANS and KIM BALL. Veterans" Good Supply Holland Red Wood
A "MINI VETS-CAP" will be R.g. 595
And Will Continue Requesting That Memorials.;. Be held at the National Guard Ar-
... ',,'
Mad. To The C.m.t.ry Fund Wh.n Th. Occasion mory"" In Gainesville, 1125 '.E. 10 % OFF BULBS Bird Feeder I.9
"'oj '"J 8th Ave., on Wednesday Dec.
Arises. TP" jfc: 13, from 10 a.m. to 7 pm.1QN1 .
assistance concept to aid veterans -
Such Contributions Ar. A Expression : SHIPMENl '' 495
Permanent In learning about Jobs, WREATHS. 5.9 CACTUS 79
Of Lasting Sympathy, And Will Greatly Assist" In training benefits and Information la-ser
vice opportunities. -
,Maintaining. Crosby Lake C.m.t.ry A.IBeautl!- KttlBALLSWINGER" ,on all available benefitsand

ful And Dignified Resting Place For Departed; ;dLoved ORGANS opportunities will be made CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS
available in one day at the meetIng -
On... Roosevelt .Mall 388-8J1J
in Gainesville.
Veterans, as well as employers TREES POINSETTAS
FURNITURE are asked to participatein
morlal Contributions May B. Mailed To f.0.' the Gainesville meeting. y $

t'x 57, Starke, Flo.,' And The Family Of:Tk: FURNITUREAT Some training veterans in various already skills,while have Container 289COOPERS

'(..ceased Will Be Notified Of Your Actfon On DISCOUN ; others may need training for Live
particular Jobs. The purposeof
An Appropriate Card Of ACknoWI.d,_. ] Complete fl the meeting Is to get the
;] Household VJ two together for their mutual .
Furnishings benefit. Sat.
i To 40% Savings
Up -------------

Crosby Lake CemaftryAssociation Baxley Chair Co. The motorist who swings NURSERY & LANDSCAPE 'CO

left to turn right Is heartening

''IlCal 648 Cessett From IJOJacksonville. 1 Block' evidence our rural that heritage we have of not driving lost FREE ESTIMATE 964-8101 2111 NORTH TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA.FARM .

MM741 .. s two-horse team. .* e t t l lttMttttM tO tititltlt ii-ls .se l JUUj JUL

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Delayed Enlistment USDA TightensU. Nonfat Dry Milklevel Grade Standards Rice Food

I IJ I Offered By GuardCo. S. grade standards for to qualify for an official Standard, ba.e1' taste,color, Of The World
nonfat dry milk would be tight- U. S. grade moisture and fat content, so
.rt&1 ened under a proposal announced To measure the DMCC levels -
lubility, acidity ,and bacteria Rice is one of those staple
J D(Maintenance)53rd Spt cal unit for the first four by the U. S. Depart- AMS /graders make a microscopic count. food items that frequently get
Bn., the local National Guard, months, and will then receivean ment of Agriculture (USDA). "clump count". The overlooked when we think of
unit II enlisting high school Increase In pay. With each USDA's Agricultural Marketing test, as applied to nonfat dry The propoied revlslon would variety or something different.
seniors who are 17 ;years of promotion after the four months Service (AMS, which administers milk, is used to evaluate the become effective April 1. Interested Yet, this miraculous grain that.
1 Y r r r 1I age or older. Increase, and with each two the voluntary food quality of raw material used, persons may submit 'ts a major food mainstay for
Young; men enlisting will be ;years service, he will receivean grading programs, is proposing processing practices and hygiene written comments In duplicateto a large percentage of the
given 180 days to complete high Increase In pay. to revise standards for of manufacture.The the Hearing Clerk, Room world's population has many
school before leaving for active High school seniors and both spray and roller process revisions are being proposed 112-A, U. S. Department of Agriculture faces.
duty training. others eligible are Invited to nonfat dry milk, types that are because of progress in Washington, D. C., So, if you aren't already familiar -
Capt. James R. Reddish, unit visit the armory during the used in food manufacturing. improving milk quality being 20250, no later than January with the different kindsof
n 1 commander, and PSGJ.E.Tom- week, or during weekend train- Standards for Instant nonfat dry made by the dry milk industryand 30. rice, give a new dimension
a n r llnson, unit recruiting NCO, ing.lite milk would not be affected. USDA's quality Improvement to your cookery and experiment -
say those enlisting now will unit will conduct Its next The proposal would set a programs. The direct microscopic .* with them. The U. S.
1 a make extra money while attending weekend training assemblies on new Direct Microscopic Clump clump count level Some feel,'tMi./the national Consumer and Marketing Ser-
school, with the time Saturday and Sunday,December Count (DMCC) bacteria limit was last reduced---from 200 Christmas tret:in. Washington vice, the federal agency that
I"Y / they are In high school countIng 8-10. of 100 million per gram in million to 150 million per should be orlifciabut/ / others grades rice, says that riceIs
/ 1 1 / toward completion of military Prior service personnel may place of the current 150 mil- gram--In an amendment to the are glad ((0 tee at least one In plentiful supply and a
r obligations. enlist for one year on a "try lion per gram. Spray and roller standards Issued October 1969. thing liter Jiat'i( ,for real. good food buy for any consumer -
II s After completing active duty one" basis at the /grade In process dry milk would AMS grades nonfat dry milkas ,i. e .
/ / 1 training the enlistee will return which they were discharged. have to test at or below that either U. S. Extra or U. S.
to the local unit one week- 1
end each month, and for two
weeks of annual field training. t r "w
/ V .' l l While on active duty. training, t GAY'S HOMEAPPLIANC
l I jpikKw 1 1I the enlistee will learn such _
trades as automotive repairs, SSS North Temple]
.; fuel and electrical repairs, ::1.' II ;t'T
radio repairs,welding,machine 1 964-7511 I ,
shop work, supply, and other Ii' H
1 skills that are required In the
maintenance company and which
may help him find employmentin
civilian life.
l The enlistee will be paid
li $42.76 for each weekend that
he attends training' with the loft L kj?

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. Women are increasinglymoving Works In a Drawer Chattis..ln Quasar |II| Color --
into fields where men TV six circuit modules that plug In and and '
were long thought to be pre. out
l eminent, such as cooking. solid state components that replace all but four t /
tubes help to improve ..,vlceabillty,'dependabll.'

tt tIt.1 # 4If(- ity and i Is Performance ever needed,If the circuit drawer module pulls replacement forward- i l-I) tj

.. and the service technician can plug In an exchange| 1.
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Dolls Tea Sets Stove & Washing Machine, Pianos zt&vfiy .,. '
.Works In A Drawer Color TV With Insta-Matic Color Tuning 1 ..1.i.: ;....

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Tricycles, Bikes, Gun & Holster Sets, Footballs, Cars t TrucksOf & ?&&&

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New Hemingway Book

: The R chard Manuscript : Published By McLendon"PAPA

-. Jacksonville. Was Village Of 200 In 1843 s .;i.;!'


r W' I Ito ... ; Hemingway, In Key t
(The second Installment ofa the mouth tit phi", .St. Johns But these unfortunate Protestant veiling Impulses of public prejudices The creek possesses many West." a new book on a crucial a

manuscript written In 1843 River by Mons. RIbault an who had escaped from the mighty arm of persecution singular characteristics. The period in the life of the
by John Charles Richard father expatriated French Protestant persecution In their own country has been raised against banks are low flat and In many famous author has Just been
of Cap J. C. Richard who selected this desolate spotto soon found the vindictive those who have claimed places marshy. The water Is published after three years In
and great-grandfather of Mrs. Indulge In the tree exercise sprlt of bigotry followed themto right of thinking for Jet black and the scales of the writing by James (JIm)
W. J. Epperson of Starke.) of his religious Mews.. He was this. In Investigating the themselves.. No soil or climate the fish caught In It are of the McLendon, son of Mr. and Mrs. ry

soon followed by-thers, who records of past times, we uniformly no matter how remote same color. I was struck with R.P. McLendon of Starke. 4 ,
Judged that In this lonely and discover that man has have protected them. In the this by catching several large
unknown region they would be always, boasted of Ms freedom present Instance these devoted gun-fish, whose natural golden ;'
So far as can be ascertained allowed the privilege to wor- of opinion, yet so anomalousIs Protestants were discovered tinge was entirely effaced. The book Is described as a H
the first settlement In Florida ship God according,to the dictates our nature that when It has by a bigot named Menen- fascinating look at Hemingway, -Iii

was established In 1562 close of their own hearts.. come In collision with the pre- del who was Instrumental inhaving Vessels that navigate the'St.. In Key West from 1928 to 1940 ,
:, their property; sequestrated Johns are able to ascend this during which some of his best
and themselves exterminated as far as Gary's ferry 15 miles novels were written. '
with the most relentless from Its confluence but It Is

etriTORiALsGUEST cruelty, unequaled by the with considerable labor as the it'F
fatal festival of St. Bartholomew. creek Is so narrow (yet of
surprising depth) that the branches -

4-. of the largest trees extend -
Close to the site of where over in many places, from
settlements were and Immediately opposite sides and almost In- ,.t 'li"a'
at the mouth of the St. terlock. The easiest way we ifs! '

GUEST EDITORIAL Johns there Is now erecteda found to progress onwards was "'- a (
By Lynwood Robert'President. large steam sawmill whose to stretch out long ropes ahead' rMi

Cress Florida Counties+ Assn. puffs can be heard several miles tie to different points, and haul
Canal' iiii .
.. out at sea, which gives at least up. J
some evidence of Industry and i ''I
enterprise. As you approachthe Here appears to be the headquarters 'r
mouth you are amused at of all the alligatorsupon
the St. Johns. I never saw '
the antic evolutions of the porpoise -
Side Tracked By or sea-hog, who assemble half the number congregatedin
here In droves, as If to so small a space before. ..r
Join a tenor of snorts to the They showed themselves with
Nixon AdministrationThe hoarse bellowlngs of the mechanical such reckless impunity; even
monster. after discovering us, that I
began almost to credit a story
people of Florida know that Congress, Nat Reed sends down 150: The navigation of this riverIs

the fate of Lake Ocklawaha Is unsettled persons at a cost of hundreds ofI most lamentably Impededby told me before coming here r ,

and most of them are await'' 'thousands of dollars to check on a4thatttweree a large bar that extends that I would find these monsters I '

as well 'that the fate of the Cross minimum number of trees nearly all the way across Its so numerous that the I
mouth and can only be passed natives had but to whistle
'' upa
Florida Canal I has never been fairly knowingly sacrificed in the at flood tide by vessels drawIng tame one upon whose back James McLendan

decided. first place in exchange for things of 10 feet of water otherwise they could Jump and trot off

greater value. the stream is of sufficient In any direction they pleased.
The potential economic benefitsof depth to admit vesselsof Upon my arrival at Gary's McLendon gives the reader McLendon graduated from His second Hemingway biography -

a shortcut waterway across the w'"When Interstate Highways 75, 95and the heaviest tonnage 100 miles ferry found nothing there half an action-filled view of Hemingway Bradford High School ,In 1960 "Hemingway' the End
Into the Interior. It presents so agreeable as the horses and as he lived brawled and and attended Florida State University of a Myth," will appear in 1973
peninsula of Florida would cut off 10 were started In Florida citi- loved during the Florida East Tennessee State
however a most majestic appearance servants waiting my arrival to years ; and his first novel. "The Empty
about six days travel time around zens did not begrudge the loss of disemboguing by a carry me across to the Aia- when he acquired the consuming Arkansas State Tech and Florida ; Chair" whose action la set

the Keys and would link up 26,000 i comparatively: few trees 'which could mouth nearly a mile wide and chua lands, a distance of 40 passion of his. life..deep sea Atlantic Unlverslty.; n.rore half at the Ralford prison, and

miles of Inland waterway In twenty-1 replanted] elsewhere. Florida needed Is decidedly the most impor- miles. In going over,. an occurrence f I shin/*. starting his writing career in half In Key West.
nine of the states This would pro-' I tant river of the Peninsula.The happened to me which 1968 he taught school In BaN.
and welcomed those highways.Ixfi .
shows that one sometimes Thirty; three photographs, timore Md. At present he Is at workon
vide an inexpensive bulk cargo water d his second novel !"The
munificent flow of water meet with queer men as' wellas many never published before
route from the Eastern Seaboard to; vi/ t A canal to accommodate cargo the varied scenery that animals In the woods Illustrate the book which "Pub- McLendon: is a former dally Flying Man" a book whose action
the Gulf and mid-continental United Ushers Weekly" describes newspaper columnist,. and nowa is set In part In northern
across the state Is also a highway adorns Its banks its peculiar as full time freelance writer.He .
States or from New Jersey to Mexico, I and a needed one. With trucks and expansions and contractions "... rich In vivid anecdotesand lives with his wife Ann and Montana and Idaho an area
where the author and his family
with Florida reaping the benefits of' 'traffic:; crowding our highways In Increasing presenting to the eye a con- (To be continued next week: personal reminiscences friends ofHemingway's their two children Stacey 5,. spend their summers. -
tinued chain of lakes which He meets "a singular looking literary
being In the key position.In numbers every week, it Is In many places,. measure; six figure looming through the and authentic pic- and Ian, 20 months,' on Lower

surely evident that Florida needs an miles in width then gradually woods, mounted upon a small ture of the birth of the HemIngway -_ Matecumbe Key In the Flori- ..' '
a Florida that is growing dally:additional> < way to transport bulk cargo rounding into greater breadth dingy pony" and heavily armed "macho" cult and the da keys. +_ It's a w._..,,!! "

in population, and where recreational u cheaply; from one coast to the other, than 1,000 yards the magnificent with pistols and a. long rifle.) emergence.of the"Papamyth." ../

lands are rising to premium prices,' ''leaving land carriers more profitable growth of timber adorning
n Its banks, the monotony of '
the controlled waters created by the cargo.
: which Is frequently broken by ..,..' s.
Canal would provide Florida with more clearings that afford a rich -

............than 250: miles of new shoreline and, You may have already noted a dl.pllU01 cotton growth./ To Paddle Or, Not To Paddle ". Til AWING FROZEN TURKEYS

36,000 acres of additional water for. tplea& from these biased obstruction- Thawing frozen turkeys at I"

boating, fishing and other fun-ln-the- :bm'that additional lowering could benecessary. Add to this the cheering sight room temperature in closed

sun activities. Not to be overlooked' Necessary for 'what please of numerous coasters and steamboats That Is The! .$64 Question "!rtKjor bags keeps the temperature
continually to be low
one starts: counting,wha(} t3 Florida,?,,,,ask? Thousands of, floridians agree traversing 150 miles into seen the "y...' ...,....._...- ,.. .........: .. .. 1 mo,..*.* USDA enough*iuuu__.J Bjwcioiiaia_to__protect_,_ !'_*_qua-""_-:. us
,Lb itiA, -en:Wa1.01n&lQ ;a f.4d.tree*, la thej ,,with .,us that we must have' a' fair ,interior diving as,'II were. ": .H "..; it'' J.: ,- -- ThI(tz"ef1od''is p\qr convenient *
+ the Canalwill be'beneficial' In ."appraisal of the entire project. We Into aw")very. bowels of the CAA. TB l f'hJ ff1Kn ti.tedtefyny; jauecese andT appl-' wa9'tibis'Qi Khkd;;m uT thanfttUrita{ IS W household+ refrigerator -' '..

.,-.,-"'flood control and, in 'some' cases, must not be victims of a piece-meal most fertile regionsof East ness as I progressed through. society; and take on the responsibility or under tap water.
would raise water tables. scuttling of portions of the Cross Florida, all blending together According to' a rec.nt'pre.s life. of any, Job I tack- Many processors hesitate to
present an Imposing and beautiful report a case challenging the I learned the of working I thankful recommend room-temperature
Florida Canal project by known, biased meaning led. am eternally
perspective that arouses right of schools to paddle itywing.{ Although this is
for the I I \ a
things/ attained. for this early training re-
We are tempted to sympathize z yeftemles of a project that we feel will the Imagination and vividly impresses youngster without parents'con- I respected the value of money ceived. These .values are Justas common. practice it can expose
with those Federal employees who jnot damage the ecology of Florida the mind of the travel- sent was carried all the way of authority; and the importanceof important today as they were the outside surface of the bird
have recently' been ordered among us and will indeed provide economic and ler with the vast Importancethis to the supreme court The court personal responsibility. I when I was a child. for a period long enoughand

a second time to make tests in Lake'' recreational opportunities for literally stream must eventuallybe the declined to make a ruling on at temperatures high enoughfor --
e' to the prosperity; and wealthof case. bacteria to multiply rapld-
Ocklawaha without as much as a'hello'L I\millions.: the Territory --- -- S S rS-- -----. l y.

to local authorities in Putnam County. ."91 I do hot have the details of Refrigerator thawing avoids ,

They were sent in by Nat Reed forte" 'i/14. In an age when the state seeks Jacksonville Is the only town the case. It is my guess however ; County Agent News i this danger. But, the researchers -
mer conservation aide to Gov. Claude"' ''tfur.ifr\ for new recreational places and upon the river and Is situated the teacher or principal ; ''say, if the bird Is kept I'

Kirk, and now an Assistant Secretary'. 'at "a time when a shortage of water about 30 miles from the mouth. alleged to have done the paddling In its plastic wrap and placed
''threatens It Is the Borough of Duval had ample Justificationfor By Bobby L. Taylor in a paper bag at room temperature \l
of the Interior. many areas of the Sunshine County; and Is built at the lower the action. the atmosphere Inside

.State, is it not sheer folly to sit by end of one of the widest expansions the bag will be only slightly

Reed, an avowed long-time opponent and watch the destruction of 13,000 of the river which Parents today want better I'm happy to report that our Our cattleman's associationhas warmer than the atmosphere in

of the Canal now seeks to acres of beautiful lake, repercussions measures above the town at schools. They want better teachers 4-H fund raising campaign has been active for the the refrigerator. Thus, the

have Federal Judge Harvey Johnrfen from which would damage Florida for least 3 miles which across, and of and Improved:! education. been highly successful again last couple very of years. Membership -. bird can be thawed completely ,
great depth
keep Lake Ocklawaha at either the 13 generations to come? This lake Is tribute to the beauty greatly; and health con- They learn expect their with children to this yaar. We are proud of Is continuing to grow as without exposing the surfaceto "
to life and temperature higher than
foot level it was lowered to temporarily the fourteenth largest in Florida of the place. receive an cope education that will our 4-H Image throughout the Interest In cattle produedonIncreas.s. 55 degrees.
County. Our
in August to see If they could among thousands, a rather. severe 'It has about 200 help provide a good living and supported; our 4-H have program always In ested and.participate Members are in inter-all of Large birds ((20 25 Ibs)
save some trees--or lower it even loss. but enable them to find their placeIn every way. Our campaign will our youth development and beef should be allowed about 16hours'
presents an appearance as
the world of the future. thawing time smaller
more. end at 6:00: Saturday December ;
you approach It of being twice improvement programs The
ones ((8-12 Ibs) should be allowed
We cannot go on divided as we that number; owing to Its hav- Yet these send 9th with a hamburger next big meeting for the association -
parents their about 12 hours.
Letting Nat Reed create a reportto are on the Canal Issue. But let us ing been during the war a mil- children to school undisciplined cookout at the Fairgrounds in is Thursday', December Be sure torefriQerateorcook

Influence a decision on the Canal all play fair and insist on an impartial itary depot; the numerous houses with no respect tor authority;, adult Starke.leaders All 4-H who members participatedIn and 14 at the Community CenterIn the turkey within 1 to 3 hours
Lake Butler The
project Is like letting the fox plan the study of all aspects of the odation then of built the for the and accom-those and with a resentment of any the campaign will be invited. supper membership meeting steak after thawing .so, if you do
') Canal and not allow the army kind of restriction. They know ... follow this method rememberthis
future of.the hen house. project people" who were driven from the Interior will be attended by Thomas
nothing of the
of Florida to be the victims of meaning of responsibility. Important part..
are yet standing and Sloan president and Wayne Stephens
; the childIs
Although prompted to make a po..1!
llttcal decision by Chairman Russell*rpeople, who are not even bound to Intelligent the teacher for using old fashioned that we are going Into our the Florida Cattleman's As- TURKEY
The are All members and
Train and Senior Staff Scientist Dr.'*'' accept any finding of their own which and --"mlrabll.dlctu"-- methods and discriminating ) winter season. The leaves of sociation.prospective members are urgedto Weight Is given for oven-

Lee Talbot of the Council on En- :;docs not fit their purpose and is, Industrious; being composed against their son or daughter. our deciduous trees are turn- attend. ready turkey. Roasting time
They feel their child Is Int and beginning to fall. Youdon't ... Is given for stuffed birds.
vironmental Quality; President Nixon .t);be.t, only skimming the surface chiefly of merchants and lawyers above such common punish- Roasting time will with individual
have travel the vary -
to to
I am sure, was not and never" has m -seeking a solution that all of Flo- many of whom are from ment as a paddling when misbehavior mountains to see the beauty; I'm happy to report that we birds. If roasting un-
been the facts. Ida can live with. the northern states. is will have a new Extension Home stuffed
given J involved. of this phenomenon. bird allow 5 minutes
Economics Agent on January 6
? less
Weather conditions have been per pound.
As you progress upwards towards 1973. Our Bradford Board of
In the last session. Congress appropriated In simple fairness, please sup- ''Black Creek 20 miles 'When I was a student and got good for our rye,'ryegrass, and County Commissioners approved Turkey 8 to 12 pounds
$150,000: for an impact studyon : rt our six Florida counties' Inais1 from Jacksonville the wrecksof out of line my teacher,would clover pastures. We should have our recommendation of 325 degrees, 22 to 30minutelper 1
J, give me a crack over the knuckles early these pound or 4 to 4 1/2 hours.
grazing on
the Cross State Canal. President nce on the preparation of the fair many plantations are to be with a ruler. The first time If ,we continue to have cool, Miss Kathleen Brown of Mt. Meat Thermometer 185 de-
Nixon's Chief of Bureau of Manage- and unbiased study directed and fund- seen that eighty; years ago were this happened I made the mistake .humid weather.It Pleasant, Michigan. Miss

ment and Budget has held back ttuVj! r,edby( Congress. If you wish to discuss In cultivation full splendor The number of successful of settlements of telling my parents aboutIt. takes good grazing management ability Brown; and has desire the qualifications to on, Turkey 12 to 16 pounds 325

money. w this further, please contact our that once life Then, I really got punished. to get maximum benefits carry degrees 18 to 22 minutes, or
gave a program that will be secondto
,Council offices in the Jacksonville: and animation to the banks of from these crops. It Is bestto none In our State. We know 5 to 3 1/2 hours. Meat; thermom.tar -
Instead of going to court witha not these until 185 degrees.
'Instead of the will of Hall. this noble river have almost graze crops that our folks will be proud to
fib' Turkey 16 to 22
1 disappeared in complaint against the teacher they have reached a height of pounds, 325
entirely consequence have Miss Brown with
of the long protracted my mother would visit her eight to ten Inches. If possible us. degrees, 17 to 20 minutes per
"' Indian warfare. the next day to express regret practice rotational grazing, pound, or 3 1/2 to 6 1/2 hours
for the trouble I had caused. leaving a stubble about three Meat thermometer 183 degrees.HOW .
,1'1' (i<$:::'
She also Instructed the teacher inches high and allowing intervals -
The rich and
-., orange groves to her the timeI .1 TO STUFF A TURKEY
luxuriant that notify next of three to four weeks between ,
... sugar cane once misbehaved. And, when It grazlngs. If grazing Is WITH FLORIDA SEAFOOD .
adorned Its borders have given MNoighborsr'w
place to pines and scrubby happened again I was punishedat continuous, control animal !1 OYSTER-CORNBREAD STUF-
.' The Pradford County01TELEGRAPH home even more severely. numbers or dally grazing periods FING
oaks; no longer are we cheeredby
1 can 02
so that plant height\ Is oysters,
', .' the hearty laugh of the negro
> \ j i or made welcome by his I was also taught to respectmy maintained between five and fresh or frozen; 1 cup chopped
htedr = elders and I ten Inches celery :I cup chopped onion,
disciplined -
The devastating
ESTABLISHED 1579!& hospitable owner. .. 1/4
faw1.- cup butter
to do what 1 was margarine,
power 011 war I has destroyed supposed to
e do promptly and without Nineteen steers were weighedand 3 1/2 cups toasted cornbread
: U\ all this and In sailing ar- .
.... gument. My chores tattooed last Saturday for cubes 1/2 cup chicken broth
.u" Lord Is up this beautiful stream, were arranged -
The Joy of your for me and I expectedno the first 4-H and ETA Steer w 1 teaspoon poultry seasoning.
air of stillnessmade melancholy
an -
'FLORI A K ESS' M:) strength.-(N h. 8:10) by the continued sights reward for doing them. If Show and Sale to be held at 1 teaspoon sage. Thaw frocen

of former ease Impresses I failed to pick''up my clothes the Bradford County; Fair next oysters. Drain oysters. Cook
ASS Qt'JiT\ ON43S1 What is joy? Joy Is not just a beholder with-the Idea that or If I left my bike In the April. The show and sale Is celery and onion In butter until
high spirits; joy is not just effervescence. be Is traversing the waters of driveway or Ignored some other sponsored by the Bradford- tender. Add oysters and cook

) something a new and uninhabited country. "no no" I was promptly and!., Union Cattleman's Association: 3 to 5 minutes, or until the
/ \. r that comes from inner depths.It properly punished for 1C It Is open to 4-11 and FFA edges begla to'curl. 'Combine
J. itself throughus members of both Bradford and all Ingredients and mix thoroughly. -
can express At the 'mouth at Black Creek Union County.; .
E.L. MATTHEWS Edito.Pul h.h.. "., as high spirit., as efferes- the ruins of an old. sawmillwas AS) a result I stayed out of Several cattlemen were on Makes approximately 4 cups,

Published each Thuriday and entered at S*;<*"*4 cence. It can also express pointed out to me whose trouble most of the time. I hand during the weigh In. Some stuffing enough for a .- pound
Class. Mane&et the* P... Offl i e at Starki, FUrlda itself through us as quiet owner was slain and scalped loved my home and family and who have seen a lot of steer ready-to-cook bird. For 5-.
under. Act ef "Marcli.>rd. 1879.? 'command of our powers and within sight of a steam boat worked to attain good' gradesIn shows in recent years remarked pound bird 2 times stuffing recipe

SvI .crietlen in trf'da *r.a: '.I *'r' i&OQ* Oetslde faculties as a peaceful calm full of armed men; before any school as learned the valueof that the steers entered were would chargeme ; for 10-15 pound bird, 3
trade. I y feeling of inner rejoicing. could land to the rescue, they respect for the rights of top-notch and would have competed you times stuffing recipe;; for 16-
ors: yaar.H7.OQ Think about joy as a part of had set fire to the mill and others. It served me well all ''well In any show In the Just to come la and lie 20 pound Mrd, 4 times stuffing.'
'I you. escaped to the hammocks. through life and It contrtbu-' State. down a while?" recipe for 21-25 pound'bird

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Schedule of services: Sunday Ing Worship 11 ajn. Training 1404 E. Bessent Road '
U.S. 301 behind Tu- Fdi-iner
Sunday-Sunday School 9:45 Sunday School, 9:45: Morn- School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Union 7 pan. Evening Worship Family Home EveningMonday. County
ajn.j; Morning Worship at II; Ing Worship 11: Church TrainIng ship at U. Evangelistic Ser- 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service tee Frees Drive In, Sunday creative
Youth Choir Rehearsal, 5 jun.; 6:151 WMU Prayer Circle vice, 6 p.m. YPE and Prayer 7:30: p.m. Everyone wel- Primary- Tuesday, 4:30 p.m. School 10 ajn. Worship Ser- Com* Dies
UMYFt vice II ajn. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
UMYF Snack supper 61; 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30.: Meeting each Wednesday 7:30: come. WednesdayRelief Society ue' n-
Service Wednes-
meeting' end recreation, 6:30. Monday-Youth Choir ChIld- p.m.Rev.. Daisy Klght. pas -Jim Countryman, pastor 7:30. 7:30 pjn. Jack L. Wynn 89, of Sampson youngstersIt's
Tuesday-Circle 3 will meet'at ren's Choir, 7 p.m. tor. ThursdayM.I.A..- 7:30: pjn. day.Leroy City; near Starke. died
the home of Mrs.E.F.Jones, 'Tuesday--Bible Study 10 SundayPriesthood,8:30 ajn. Olive pastor E.L. upon-ayrtval Bradford County; a great year for Innovative
10 a.m..i; Circle .4 will meetat aim. Girls In Action, Acteens ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Sunday School 10:30: ajn. Eve- Griffls associate pastor. Hospital; ,Saturday evening Dec. craft projects In toy-

the Holiday Inn for a Dutch 3:30 pun. STARK CHURCHOF CHURCH, STARKE ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement. LAURA BAPTIST 2, fojjowlng an extended ill- land. Play Stone, a unique
treat luncheon, 11:30 a.m' WSG Wednesday--Sunday School Father James Cregan pastor
CHRIST -Jesse D. Branson, Branch ness. formulation of natural clays
will meet at the home /Mrs. Teachers and Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning and
Officers MeetIng Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship President 11 BontriA Bradford County; by the makers of Play-Dob
Don Hardenbrook, 7:30: p.m. 6:30: p.m.; Prayer MeetIng Services 11 a.m. and Mass, 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass Worship ajn. Evening a 'test"dent here all his life, which hardens In perma-
Worship 7:30
Wednesday-Circle 1 11'rl11' have Mission Friends 7:30 '7 pjn. Midweek Bible Mr. Wynn was a retired farmer nent form
; 0 Midweek Service, Wednesday Confession without tiring
a covered dish luncheon In the Adult Choir, Deacons Meeting, p.m. 7 p.m. Ladles Bible Saturday 6 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHWCH Study Wednesday 7:30 p. and a former Bradford and Is palntable,is featured

Fellowship Hall 11 a.m.t;ChIld- 8:30.: Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church pjn.School Sunday Service Sunday School m.Be In church SundayLester '. County Commissioner. in Cool Jewels, an ecology-
ren's Choir rehearsal 6:30 Thursday--Bible Study, 10:00 located one block west on SR of Religion: 9:43: a.m. Morning Worship, Austli. Surviving: Is his wife Atha oriented jewelry making kit.
p. n.; Youth Choir Rehearsal ajn., 7:30 p.m.Denton 16. Grade School Sunday 11 a.m. 10:45 ajn. Evening Service 7:15: pastor. Byrd Wino of Starke;one daugh- Roll-Away also uses Play

7; Mid-Week Prayer Group, -J.P.H. Bell, ministerPINEHILL to 12 noon. p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun- ter\JI'Mr: *..Lollie Dougherty of Stone to give youngsters a
7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal. ,, ,- Sumrall pastor. High School-- Wednesday 7 day, 6:30 P.m. HAMPTON BAPTIST Starke; two sons: H.C. Wynn new way to custom design
8. CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST p.m. -JC. Brown, minister CHURCH and Ossle Wynn, both Starke. cars. A series of Presto-
-Fev. George L. 'Harper, HAMPTON CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- Services were held Tuesday Molder kits also uses Play
,pastor CHURCH CHRISTIAN Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL EVERGREEN BAPTIST ing Service 11 ajn.; Bible Study afternoon from Jones Memorial Stone to create farm animals -
Service CHURCH STARKE CHURCH 5:30 Service 7:30 Chapel .4n, Starke J.C. Brown and
Sunday School lo Morn- Ing Worship 11 ajn.Youth : pjn.:; Evening : cars jewelry.
BIC PENS. Ball Point' Re- a.m. 6 p.m.' Evening Worship, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- p.m. Jrip: minister of First Christ- Play.Doh will delight the
Ing Worship 11
ajn Evening
Holy Eucharist 8:30 ajn. Ing Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday ian Church, conducting. Burial set with
and two
fllls. -Bradford County; Tele, Worship 7.-James Shawputor. 7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. Grtffls Wednesday Prayer younger new
graph. pastor. Sundays and 11 ajn. on 1st and night Service at 6:30. Bible Study 7:30: p.m. wa IrwJVynn Cemetery under play concepts. Kitchen Play
3rd Sundays. Wednesday night prayer -Melvin Hamel, Pastor.CONGREGATIONAL dlreWot* of DeWitt' C. Jones has molds for creating pre
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Prayer-- 11 a.m., meeting at 7:30. Funeral Home. tend foods, such as turkey
STARKESundaySunday 2nd 4th, and 5th Sundays. -Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas HOLINESS JlOJE79in and cake plus accessories
First ''Baptist Church School9:45 a.m. tor. V CHURCH for pretend cooking and

School 9:45: ; Sundays. EYC, 6 p.m. Sun- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. wright serving.

Morning Worship, 11 o'clock, days.John DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Another new thrill for
CHURCH And sermon "Worthy Is The M. Flynn, Rector. >!B HOOKER ,Wor- Evening Worship 7:30 pjn. $$!vices Held young artists Is the Swinging
Lamb"; Bell Ringers Group Sunday School 10 a.m. Thursday night Prayer Meet- Spirograph which addsan
A, 5:15: ; Church Training 6:15; HEILBRONN BAPTIST ship Services 11 ajn. and 7p.m. Ing 7:30: p.m. H&re Saturday extra design dimensionto
CHURCH HIGHWAY 18 1V. Training Union 6 p.m. -David ( Pastor.
YOUTH CHOIRS Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. Hodges Splrography, the unique
Combined Church and Youth Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. -Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor Instant art by Kenner

Choirs to present "Celebrate Morning Worship 11. Training CHURCH OF GOD Nownan D, Wainwright 72, based on meshing gear
PRESENTSCELEBRATE Life." Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. of Hollywood Fla., died Tuesday wheels. A new Splrotot set,
Monday-"Celebrate Life" by 7:30. Midweek Prayer HOLINESS Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morn- Nov. 28, In Hollywood Memorial too, opens new creative opportunities -
Service 7:30. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; ? following a for the
Combined Church and Youth Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Hospital very
LIFEA Choirs 7:30 p.m. -Rev. L. Tomry. Howe pas Morning Worship 11 ajn. Youth Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, heart attack.MrVfcWalnwright. young with Innovative pat
Tuesday-Young Musicians; tor. Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer was born In tern discs that make It easy

Music Makers Choirs 3:30: ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. Meeting Friday, 7:30: p.m. StaykqSon, Sept. 4. 1900 and to design groovy animals
G.A. Bell "C" Prayer Meeting 7:30 wij' 1 graduate of Bradford and faces
rasicial Drama p.m.; Group PINE LEVEL BAPTIST --Rev. M.E. Fussell pastor.
4:15; Lottie Moon Group Christmas p.m.Rev. High School;and the Universityof
On The Life Of ChristSun Party; at home of Mrs. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- W.B. Chauncey, pastor AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Florida. He was a former
Ing Worship 11 ajn. Pre Ser- Santa Claus
realtor broker and Insurance
George Pierce 7 p.m.j: Ethel vices Booster Band Young Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ;
Biggs Group Christmas Party; People and Prayer Service), SMYRNA MISSIONARY Ing Worship 11 ajn.; Evening underw (ter.
Mon. at home of Mrs. Muriel Norman BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Florl.alnwrlght served In tile
6p.m. Evening Worship 7p.m.
where five suggests. .
7:30.: Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
Dec. 10-11 Midweek Service. Wednesday 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services generations of his family had
Wednesday-Acteens 5 p.m.; 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet-
7:30: Rev. John Strickland : Sunday School 10 a.m.
Family Night Supper, 6 p.m.; Pastor.p.m. Preaching 11 ajn.Training UnIon Ing every Monday, 7 p.m. served was a past member of
7:30: P. M. Public Invited Prayer Meeting, R.A., 6:30; 5:45: P.m. Evening Worship, G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone thettfltitectlve Service of American Board;
Teachers and Officers Meet- welcome. welcome. pas )4q111mander
MORGAN ROAD 7 Everyone
p.m. Post 56, and past pres-
Ing 7:15; Church Choir Prac- LegjS1
.... tice 8 BAPTIST CHURCH -Wilbur Dyess Pastor. i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::.:.:, idea JU! the Bradford CountyYoung"
-fames T.: Brock, pastor. mocra lie was a
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- CEMETERY WORKINGAT
past mayor Starke,past commander -
Ing Worship at 11. Training FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH DYAL DEC 9, of Barracks No. 517'
1":1 GAINESVILLEBusiness GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH_ Union, 6:30: ; Evening Service Cor...Ash & Chestnut Sunday A working will be held at Dyal of VVwld War Veterans In

: Highway S-IOO A 7:30.Wednesday School 9:30; Morning Worship, Cemetery this Saturday Dec.9. Hollywood; past chaplain of
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- -- Prayer and 11; League 4 P.m. Night Service All Interested persons are ask- Eureka Xodge 269, F. & A.M.
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Bible Study. 7:30: p.m. 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams ed to come for the day and bring at Danla, Fla.; past Democratic -

Directory Union 6:30 pm. Evening Wor- --Rev. Bob Cooper pastor. pastor. .. .. hoes rakes, mowers and axes copnmltteeman; ; served'-hu'
SIJ' 'I WiLl duo! ship 7:30p.m.: Wednesday Prayer ji i official' Instructor Jtut.DsmorIsataaTntor
,_ .. .7'11.O' BRIDGE BAPTISTV ; tthv tangy *;
c. '' -- Meeting CwtalY1eTt"Odom'Jr.7:30 n.ra. ,1q'jC.cLELAKE! ; ;, ;.. V, .l.-, t ggaaRev' : BtgwardCoun.lty \
; "BAI".rIST 'o UonaJtiJfartyiin f ; I
-., 'i' "AU.TO'S t ., .GARDEN."SUPPtlESIWI'.' Pastor. CHURCH '' Am.;'Morn- I ,-.q, and active mem- of loduy, an authentic rcprolurlion -
: i .. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- tag Worship II' a.m. Evening CARD OF THANKSM ber; ; of the was American an Security of a fith Century Hyinllna -
Ing Worship, at 11. Training Worship 7 i>.m. Wednesday Prure.xion.ICross.Veralile
BRASINGTON Johnson& Faris! Inc. Council'Washington, D. C. -
NORTHSIDE BAPTISTCHURCH Union, 6:30 Evening Everyone welcome. .
p.m.; 1Y we take this method of Surmflig are his wife Mary original creation, by
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS Worship, 7:30 Prayer MeetIng -Rev. Robert Haisten,pastor. thanking our friends for their Lee toners Wainwright; one Heed end llarton run Be worn
SALES & SERVICE: Insecticides P.t SuppliesFERTILIZERS Intersection of Highways 16 7:30: pjn. Wednesday.Rev. kind expressions of sympathy daughter' Mrs. Delores I Klmbroiigh un jewelry, adorn the. tree or
Fin. selection of Used Cars (North) and 225. -- S.C.. Cuthbert,Interim CHURCH OF CHRISTAT in our recent bereavement. ,,jRio de Janeiro Bra- .hung in ho window. 4TJirlMmud .

Token On Cadillac Trades We Rent Fertiliser Spreaders Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning pastor MELROSE These thoughtful acts have beena zil; onci-brother, J. R. WaIn- Croon" in .terling. ; nilver.'
Evening Service Schedule of Services
Service at 11. :
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 7:30.) Wednesday Service 7:30 BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Bible Study 10 ajn. our great sorrow source and of will comfort always In wrlght children.( ;'biarke;.and three grand $10.00.

BEAUTY ACADEMY p.m. BROOKER, FLA. Morning W> ';hlp 11 a.m. Even- remain a cherished memory. Funeral service were held at George Harper conducting.
GLASS Ing Worship 7 P.m. The family of Edward Dagger 11 ;iftaturday In Jones Me- terment was in Crosby Lake
Rev.. James T. Parrish Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday All other evenlng-8 p.m. Jones. morlai'I\Chapel. Starke, with Cemetery with Masonic rites

POWELL'S School. 10 ajn.Ron Bristol, Rev. Jes T. Brock and Rev. conferred at the graveside.
LIDDELL Superintendent. Training Union, i:::::::::::::: ::::: :::: :;::::::::::;;:.:':>:o>:,: .::::::: :::::
Beauty AcademyLearn BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 6:45.: Lowell Douglas, Di- ....:;1
Sunday a.m.
Glass rector. Worship Services II
a Profession In Your Company ing Worship 7:30 11 a.m. Evening Prayer m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser a.- TRIC Add Machines office 9950.No .....fL.11 -1. tens HIPP FOR TRACTOR CO..
home mB
Worship pjn. Ideal for or '
Spar Time Full or Part "Gloss For Every Purpose" Wednesday. vice 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw mu- IrVlLl 1'V711.E/l.: .
Meeting 7:30: P.m. sic director. plastic all metal. Bradford TOll ""'her Service It The Renee Idea.'
Time Store Fronts Mirrors -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor.ST. County; Telegraph /

219 N.W. 10 th 378.2766 Tub Enclosures Showers o fit SPECIAL
Furnitures Gloss MARY'S CATHOLIC

ReplacedNEW Tops Sunday CHURCH Mass MACCLENNY 12 noon. Holy Do You Have A" t,.., gaol)rrtS( Buy The 542 !flay", Baler

ELECTRIC LOCATION Day Mass 5:30: p.m. And Get New Ford Rake

Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Heating System That \ (f1; v c/f 918Ifi Or Mower Free.

3728191 School l'iTajn. Morn- "Some folks never reach (
372.1102 Sunday
Ph J72-3461
Of Gainesville Inc. Ing Worship II ajn. Pre Ser- Costs A Lot Of Money the top of the ladder because 'tF.q.

Repairing RewindingNew Santa Fe Tractor vices (Booster Band, Young they mistake it for an esca '18:) Gainesville 3 North l'.S. 441
And Used People and Prayer Service), And Still lator."
2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 LONG 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 P.m. Keeps !.Ii aI.
Midweek Service Wednesday
MOVERS Form & Industrial Tractors 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland You Cold? .'.,
Hydraulics Hose & Fitting Pastor

Lang' Distance Moving Bolts all Sizes Steam ,


Crating Shipping Sales & Service Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
Frew Estimates ing Worship 11. Training Union, Can Install A
Pick Up & Delivery 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.:
-Rev. Jim Black pastor
4488 N. W. 6 th St.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD -. euwn.uwiwew ....' if dlmstEnrIU
Gainesville, Flo.
Ralford Road &, Weldon St. nsr
MUSIC Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morn-
Van Service, Inc. ing Worship Ii. Sunday Evening

3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'ville BALDWINPIANOS 7 -Charles p.m. Thursday Thomas night pastor.7:30. .gas-fired or FREE

372-427J. & ORGANS BAYLESS HIGHWAY oilfiredfurna'ce Tl1hKEY
BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS Sunday School, 10 a.m., Kenneth -
ElLxson director. Morning WITH EACH NEW
CMS., Worship at 11. Church Training
- tor. Evening Worship, 7 pjn.
MUSIC Co. Mid-Week Prayer and Bible That Does The Job

Study, 7 pjn.
.. C'ville Shopping Con. J. D. Robinson, Pastor Economically.FAIR 'In Stock Limited Quantity
Factory 372-5351 Purchased Dec. 6-23
Sal... Parts-Service MOBILE HOMES REPAIRS (8 mi. south of Starke on hwy. PRICES AND
210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla SERVICE 100) At The Telegraph
372-2583 Sunday School 10 ajn.
Klrby's' Mtbll.. HMURapefr Morning: Worship 11 a.m. QUALITY SCM VICTORY
TRAILERS Choir Practice .6:30: pjn. (
I Supplies, Inc.' Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. WORK IS OUR PRIDEWe E'1NGTOH'
Prayer & Bible Study. Wed.
Authorized DealersFor 7:30: p.m. .
Evans-lnterthem Rev. Merle L. Packhamputor -
,2920 M. E. Waldo Rd. Slegler Heating & Also Have A Professional '

Gainesville 376-0691! Air Condltlng Equip. FIRST PRESYTERIAN

Sal.s*S.rvl ce-R ental CHURCH, STARKE Repairman For Any Item.For I
Supplies Awnings &lndayChurchSdtooI.,9:45 1
Rentals as low as $4.30 per ; 4
Morning Worship at 11.Nursery
InttalleaVCem Information Call
dorHftch.rt Air Conditioning Installed provided.Wednesday.

,let Ieee.Y.h. Service Deet. $650 Up -Youth Fellowship 964-8363 Or Come ,.'., ""O ; .

Per All Make. PreachliedDealer 7:30 pm.ThursdayChoir. /

Fan. Keuntry Alre, 4500 N.W. 6th.$t. Colneevllle Rehearsal, By 322 Brownlee smart sanw .
7:30 ,
: p.m. ,.
Shasta Aircraft Keystone 378-8902 -Erik T. Johnson Minister Starke. Fla.' Q
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J 8-2 Season
Sec. 2 Page 1 10 Telegraph Dec. 7., 1972Tornado Disappointing

Ca' ers To 1972 Bradford Gridders

By Larry Oglttby The 1972 Bradford footballers more defensively than offen- Charles Crawford offensive and to play and his status is ques-
Tomorow went 8-2-1 In their junior sively, according to Hurse. defensive tackles; Donald Se- tIc table for the 1973 season
Open "The biggest thing that I would year when the same players Henry had a fine attitude which well 63 200 pounds oft tack- careen has been toutedas, a
do over again would be not to made up the nucleus of the let him work hard at the game le and deft end; Chuck Norton fine passer and a capable run-
play Gainesville High School starting eleven. In their sophomore and, we feel sure, will get a 180, oft guard and def. tac- ner. Coach Nurse is hopingthe
in the jamboree, because when year the present group scholarship.Levy kle; Early Chandler at linebacker -' way will be cleared for
them close of players won onlyfourgames Lennon was off to a Steve Register at cen- him to have a shot at the start-
we played as a
In St. Augustine game aa we did, our kids got so the last two seasons have good start at the first of the ter and dof. tackle, Tim Crews ing signal calling spot next
over confident and cocky,"stat seen great Improvement. year when he Injured his ankle at running back and at corner season.
ed Head Bradford High football "We played two poor ball against Buchholz. lie Is the back, Ronnie Hall at running "We have several fine prospects -
coach David Hurse, of the 1972 games against Ocala Vanguardand fastest man on the squad 'and back and safety. that will be coming up
"If I had to play tomorrow Green Cove In the Bradford High runner up spot with Fernancuna football season Palatka South. In Ocala Is a good worker. Charlie Green, a fine junior from the junior varsity teamto
I don't know who I'd start," gym starting at 8 p.m. The Beach and Live Oak, all with "We ended up with a good the game was a very poor effort Billy Bigham took advantage quarterback prospect has been supplement the above" said.
says Head Basketball Coach junior varsity plays before the conference records of 9-5. year, 802. However, the boys overall. In the PS game of his abilities more than any- sidelined the entire 1972 season Hurse.
Mike Sexton of his 1972 Brad- varsity at each of the games A reserve seat section is and coaches are disappointed we had several variables that one on the squad, although not with a leg Injury sustainedin Barber was the leading tack-
ford basketball team which starting at 6:30: P.m. marked off at the Bradford gym because they think we are bet caused us to play the way we blessed with great speed he a car-motorcycle accident. (See Pago 11))
opens Friday night In St. Augustine "Wo're just working hard for for adults only. Anyone Inter- ter than an 8-2 team," com did, missing several startersand worked hard and nailed down the Doctors refused to allow him
at 8 p.m. In what is the first game and hoping for ested in the seats is asked to mented Hurse. just made more crucial starting: position atcornerback,
expected to be a tough season. the best to happen," says contact Coach Mike Sexton or mistakes" says Hurse. according to Hurse.
The starters will probablycome Sexton."Both. Charlotte Green for informa The thing: that hurt the Tor- Wayne Testone had an out-
from these seven players of these ball clubs (SA tion. The seats will cost $11 nadoes most was the fact that standing career being a starter
Able Williams Curtlss White, and SF) are going to be real for 11 home games, and shouldbe :' ,. there was not much competition for three years. He had a /
Sheldon Hodge, Malachi Henry, tough. St. Augustine was pickedby bought as soon as possible for positions despite the winning attitude toward the
AI Berry, Willie Newsome, or according to Sexton. : i fact BUS had 18 returning sen game worked hard complained
Danny McKinney, according to an Orlando paper in a writeup &: ,.;\: ; iors. very little and was always de
Coach Sexton who has not decided as one of the best teams Iv ... "They needed good compe- pendable.!
yet. from our district along with .. I'' tition each day In practice that Keith Testone Is a two year
The other five players will Palatka South," says Sexton. IndianGirls they did not get and therefore letterman as an offensive back
add depth to the team. Terry BUS faces Palatka South In .. .d .., did not reach full maturity as and defensive monster man. He
Hayes and Don Sewell v-ill the 11th game of the season ; ., football players" according to did a fine job on the specialty
provide depth on the Inside while Tuesday Jan. 23 in Palatka. : Hurse. teams and was always there
Vernon Barber, Alvaughnol- Santa Fe was the district { "We had very few problems when you needed him according -
den, and Eddie Blalock provide champion in it's district last : during the year due to the to Hurse.
depth at the wing positions."All year with a 22-5 season record. fine jobs by team captain Gray Brad Carter did a very fine
are very capable ball Santa Fe beat Bradford last I..j.. Flynn and co-captain Gary Melvin job as a fullback starting there
players and all can help us", year in the only meeting by 30 Win 2 I for three. years. Brad has a
stated Sexton. points at the Santa le High : The Florida Star Conference great desire to play the game
"I've been impressed with the School gym. Keystone girl ''':f., 1. coaches meeting will be held and always gave 100 percent.
made it
that has been "We'd like to even up the eager ._ and the allconference
job everybody two of three next week He Is the strongest player and
doing and we've gotI lot of note with them by beating them week beating Cross during the past football team will be selected was usually used as a .lead
depth," says Sexton. Saturday" commented Coach last Thursday then City 41-30 at that time. blocker offensively. He also
losing 26-22 Up. .
'This Is the reason I don't Sexton. to Cross "Needless to say we have played defensive end and on all
want to name my starting five Both teams are returning a lot City Tuesday night many fine football players that the specialty teams.
players this early before the of players from last year, both the two games sandwiched a- are leaving that would be hardto The following boys will return '
game FrIday night," said have new coaches and both of round Cedar a Key.26-21 narrow win over replace, says Hurse. Thecoach's to form the nucleus for
Sexton. them are to be real tough for In Cross comments on the 18 the 1973 team next year.

against The Tornado St. Augustine cagers open Friday up BUS Coach. according to the. Head the Indian City girls Tuesday except night for seniors. : Terry Hayes, 6'3,203pounds, This Keystone High baskotballer break to the Inside fora
Chris Gray Flynn was a starterfor at offensive and defensive ends;
night and then play Santa Feat Last Orange Park was Brokas turned in a poor
year two years at split end, Donald Loper, 5'10,155 pounds:
layup in the
game. Miss Brokas regained first half of the Bunnel
home Saturday night. Tues- Florida Star Conference cham- fine receiver game.
doing a job as a -
day night Bradford meets with pion with Starke sharing the her form and led KH with 14 and crack back blocker. He
points and 7 rebounds.
also did a fine Job at the defensive -

twoee other by ctyCoookJeanine r1 Flynn made monster 13 tackles man position.and 8

. Union Tigers Top BaldwinLake Wilcox, Carolyn Jordan and assists on defense Offensively, Keystone CagersLrop'
Stephanie Bannister. he caught the ball 24 times
Jeanlne Wilcox had three re- for 322 yards.
Butler { opened I Butler meets with P.l< Greg Reddish also played
.t: ;
I t :
.._ gjrseason with JL.sWU'twln'Wlhe : Yonge tomorrow night. the .dan' andKainMooreoneeach. offensive end and offensive tac- First ThreeIf
.. Baldwin Indians last Bit I Wave'gynt"1H'Gainesville' ; ''H Cross1 tt> led IQ-2 after the kJ' "IIJ'Id"Clld' aisteady:'job'for :
Friday night in Lake Butler. first period and took an early the Big Bed offense as well
Tiger forward Homer Weekshit Men's FootballChampionship eight point lead the Indian girls as defense. He was one of -
on eight field goals and two could never overcome. Cross the most dependable people of
foul shots for 18 points and Dale City outscored KH 5-4 In the the specialty team.*. In Tuesday night's action against Tony Burke opened the scor- ''basketball contests were
Green added 14 more to guide Battle Tonight second period too. And Al Edwards was out for his the Interlachen Rams, ing and Burner followed with scored-by awarding' a pointto
Lake Butler to the first game The Indian! girls came to life first varsity football season It appeared early in the game an 18-foot jump shot to pro- 'the first half victor thena
win as lead scorers. Play-off for the Men's Flag in the third period, outscoring and made a great contributionto that Keystone might rack up pell the Indians to a 3-0 lead point to the last half vic-
Football Championship will be CC 106. They also had a the football team with his its first win of the season. but It didn't last long. The tor, the Keystone Indians would-
Green dumped in seven shots held Thursday. December 7, at fourth period edge of 6-5 to r f excellent attitude as a hard With each team playing aggressive Bulldogs came right back with 've at least gained a tie In
from the field for the hustling Westslde Park. narrow the margin to four worker according to Hurse. defense only points 10 straight points before }turner their second game of the sea-
defense-minded Tigers. It wag This game was scheduled for points, but It wasn't enough. Three year letterman Randy were scored in the first quarter could knock the bucket out '
the first game for both teams. Thursday, Nov. 27, but was The Indian girls play Bell tomorrow Gaskins played at the offensive Interlachen was" ahead by of another basket.A son.But that's not the case. The
Charles Brown led the struggling postponed due to. inclimate night then are Idle tackle and defensive end positions. only two points, 6-4. series of layups, closein visiting Cedar Key Sharks ran
Indians with five field weather until the following Friday when Although not big In Interlachen scored first In shots and an occasional 20- up a 32-18 half time lead and
four charity line shots Badcock Furniture and Kitchen's they meet Mayo.They now standat size he held his own agaln&t the second period to take four footer by Emanuel and Dudley' held on to win 65-52 over the
goals and Tile will be the participants point lead but the Indians Bunnell to
4-3 for the season. bigger opponent BUS faced. came gradually pulled a never-say-qultlndlans.
for 14 points. Rudolph Mclvey in this big battle.These rleht back and made four commanding 36-22 halftime
'Cn Luther was a very fine Saturday night's contest saw
added six field goals for 12 two teams ended.the*regular Thursday the .girls met with straight points. Leading 12-
noseman and outstanding on the the Indians jump out to a first
points being the two loaders season with identical recordsand Cross City at Keystone and ..,.i II Bradford specialty teams. 8, Keystone's defense beganto lead.The second half was much basket lead over their oppon-
for the Indian Friday night. this should be.some game, won the battle 41-30. Wayne Norman did a fine falter, allowing the home of the same. The Bulldogs began ent, but just as it happened the
High scorer for KH was Chris job on the specialty teams and Rams to score 13 ot the next clinging onto the hot hand previous night against Bunnell
Brok'With iopoints, next was a very responsible play- 18 points and grab a 21-17 half- of Hurner, who scored 11 of the visiting team came back
Sandy Cook with 7, Carolyn time lead.Second Keystone's first 14 points, and with a series of close-up shotsto
Jordan with 7, Stephanie Ban- er.Vernon Barber had a very half was all Interlachen. padded their lead In the first regain the lead. And keepIt

nister with 6[ Jeanlne Wlicox .., ',. '. -', ., fine year for the Big Red. He Over five minutes in the four minutes of the third quar- for the remainder of the
had 4 and Montoen\ Brewer -e- third period the Indians' Les- before
was one of the most outstanding ter by making six baskets game.
scored one point for the Indian linebackers In Florida. He ter Ketch made a two pointer.By Jay Ellis could score a Probably hurting the Indians
girls Over.Kids has been offered scholarshipsby then, the Rams had field goal for the home team. most 'were fouls made earlyin
Jeanlne Wilcox led the girls the University of Florida stretched their lead to 12 points.. The Indians fared better In the game. Ace Guard Bobby
/ In rebounds with nine. Caro- and Florida State University Another scoring drought -for the the fourth quarter, scoring Burner fouled three times in
lyn Jordan was next with 6, learn early nowadays, Bobby Dyal Improved tremen- Indlan.oiciUmd in-u.e. fourth i points to Bunnell's 20, but were the first three minutes of play.
Sandy Cook and Monteen Brewer but Danny (SkeeterJStinsonmay) dously from the first time he quarter when Interlachen still 31 points behind at the Hurner sat out the remainder
had four Chris Brokas 2, think daughter Taramara, Just played football at the often- scored seven consecutive bas- final buzzer.In of the quarter but fouled again
Stephanie Bannister and Karen 3, Is throwing him just a little live tackle and defensive noSe- kets.Aaron the preliminary game Key- early in the second quarter.He .
Moore, one each. too far. man positions Debose led a balanced stone's Jayvee Squad was beat- gained his fifth foul with
Saturday the girl cagers met Stinson is Instructor of the Interlachen attack with points. en by a much stronger Bunnell seconds remaining in the third
with Cedar Key in Keystoneand Melrose Judo Club. An exhibi- Wayne Lambus playing his Bobby Burner was high for team 46-12. Grover Emanuelwas quarter. Also fouling out were
just edged by 26-21 giving tion Skeeter wouldn't allow Ta- first varsity year started offensively KH with eight points. Larry high for the winners scoring starters Jay Ellis and Bobby
KH a season record of 4-2. ramara to compete in an exhibition at guard and defen- Turknett followed with seven 10 points Grayson in the fourth quarter.
Two of the games were against Wednesday night in sively at linebacker. He took In Jayvee action Interlachen Maklnir things worse for the
Cedar Key, who KH Melrose; wonder who he over in the second ball game handed Keystone's JV squadits CEDAR l KEY 65 ((5..
played in the opening game. thought might get hurt? for Dennis Crawford who suffered second loss of the season l KEYSTONE: 52 Poge 11))
The losses came from Cedar The Melrose Judo Club meets a leg Injury, and playedthe 38-30. Bruce Bleasdale was -
Key and Green Cove. each Monday and Wednesdaynight rest of the year fine, according high for JV Indians with 14 .
Stephanie Bannister had 12 in the Melrose Parrish to Hurse. points.
points against CK leading the House. Judo means the safe, Gary Melvin had an outstanding Score by Quarters:
girls In the scoring department. easy way as opposed to juJitsu year offensively and defensively KH 4 13 4 8 29
Chris Brokas was next with the Japanese art of He played well as I- 6 15 10 2152
eight, Carolyn Jordan with defending oneself by grasping a trap blocker and slant tac- q
four and Karen Moore had or striking an opponent so that kle. He, along with Flynn wasa KHBurke 1-0-2, Hurner 3- M
) M two.Jeanlne his own strength and weightare good leader as co-captain. 2-8 Grayson 2-0-4, Turknett
a d M P PT PY Wilcox led the rebounding used against him. Judo. Dennis Crawford started for 3-1-7 Ketch 1-0-2 White 1-
with eight Stephanie as .the Melrose club used it. the Tornadoes at the first of 0-2. Henderson. 102. Totals
Bannister was next with five, anyway,. is a sport competition. the year but was Injured In 13-3-29.
Chris Brokas grabbed four,Carolyn the game against Buchhoa and IBrown 2-1-5, Markham 2-
Jordan two, Sandy Cook Anyone interested Is invit- was out for three fourweeks. 0-4, Crain! 4-0-8 O'Neal 4-0.
one, Monteen Brewer one, and ed to attend the sessions. Being slow to recover Crawford 8, Debose 4-3-11, Clayton 2-0-
Karen Moore one.Jimmy finally started as guard 4, Hawkins 2-2-6, Strickland
Y for the last three weeks of foot 1-0-2, White 204. Totals 23-
ball season 652.
"Eddie Hazen Is one of the Next Tuesday right. KH plays
Ricks best quarterbacks I've coachedand against Trenton.
If s a pleasure to work
with a quarterback that worksas The Keystone High School Indians -
Leads Clay. My Neighbors hard as Eddie," says Coach dropped their first three
F Hurse. games of the basketball season
y1la A I "He spent many extra hours] in the past week -losing to
Led Jimmy Ricks Kings- working on Ms passing and Bunnell 74-43s Cedar Key 65- >
ley Lake, transfer. student "T watched many dims to widen 52; and Interlachen 52-29. t
from Bradford High, tho Clay {MN1rR.wq 10 N Ms knowledge of the game In the season opener against
High Blue Devil five clobbered and he Is undoubtedly the finest Bunnell the visiting Bulldogs Ltta F
Palatka Central 88-42 in their passer the Tornadoes have were simply too much for the
I opener Tuesday night. had In 16 years," commented hometown Indians. Defending
Hur e. district champs and seml-fi-
Ricks Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Jimmy Ricks. The former Malachi Henry had a very' nallst In last year's Class A
BUS eager now e-feet-4 led outstanding career at Bradford state, tourney Bunnell brought
Green Cove with 21 points and High School gaining 600 yardsas a smooth working crew to town-
ti 12 rebounds. Teammate Keith a sophomore for the varsity dominating the backboards and
r. ( .% Catney, 8-8. scored 15 points 900 yards as a junior In making few floor mistakes
and had 15 rebounds. high school and this year gaining Bunnell was led In scoring
L37I yards."I by Elijah Emanuel and James
Central now 0-4. don't know what the record Dudley with 16 points apiece. w mt A'M4 HBHmHBBBSBjBBh

Chris Broke gets ever her opponents (Coda? Key( ) to Clay High i plays Bradford High "See, nol to worry-he" *p> Is for total yards for Keystone High was led by back- Bobby Humor, 11, I I. closely' guarded Bunnel'
moli two points for Koystono last Saturday nfght'ln' tho In Starke next Tuesday night parentlygolh!*... one season at BUS but I'm court ace Bobby Humor also .last a
Dec. 13, and Ricks and Ms sure he Is close to It. However with 16 points. eager Friday night In tho Koystono gym while try
Keystone gym. former teammates will battle. Henrv ,really excelled: A foul shot by Keystone's ing to score.mi .

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PROGRAM following Starke busl-
nessess have donated at least Phone 431-1500 GRifFIS DqStom: Prices
Registration la still open for five dollars to be used to purchase !l S"'G
the Small Fry Winter program basketball uniforms for
for boys ages 79. the Starke Junior Boys All Star
Included In the activities are Basketball team. RAIFORD, FLA4r!,.ta! )
Indoor poly hockey, basketball, This team to be selected from r % CHILDREN'S Thur, Fri. & Sat
volleyball and air rifle. Presently the Bantam Boys Program will LADIES BLOUSES"ALL WEATHER
hockey Is proving to be be the host team In the 1973 ;
the most popular activity. District tournament which will 29 oO COATS Store Hours
be held In Starke In February \::: Was 8.98 9. 6:30
BANTAM BASKETBALL Kentucky Fried Chicken Florida -. On All Ladies ---'I I R*. $11 1.98
Registration for Bantam Boys Bank Community Bank, r \ NOW $6.98 ) Now $8.98
Basketball ages 10-13 Is. under George Roberta Insurance, .ISSIS
Terwillegar Motors, Wishbone
way.These boys are practicingeach Fried Chicken Jackson Build- CHRISTMAS WRAPPINGS
Tuesday, Thursday, .and log SuIJ>Lv.Kitchens TUe,Char- 2O % GQ LIGHTS ORNAMENTS
Friday This program Is affiliated ley Johns Insurance, Southern f"1r
with a State Basket- Discount, First Federal Sav- f CflRDSCHILDRENS
ball Association and an All star ings & Loan, Jerome Johns OFF ON
+ team will be chosen from the Oil Co. ,l TOY'S AND DCLLS
league to represent Starke In Total through Dec. 5, $85. J .d!
State wide tournaments. A Ladies Shoes SEWING
St.phonl. Bannliter breaks lose (from the crowd for a new set of basketball uniforms SUPPLIES

quick two points for the Kyston girl baskctball.r for this team has Just been Yule gift i Bedroom Zippers U NOTIONS BEAUTY AIDS
Ordered. ;
Miss BonnltUr was the point Itader. imtht Cedar Key .
game with 12 points on the board. Reg. 2.98 w c.' ,
"" '
AT ARMORY ON for that j l' ''\gfllMi\, ,,\ j\\ ''II ,:' 1'i':p'd:I\llWlh\h I $,'\ .Is tY ( '
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS NOW $1.49 ,,', \\II .;t.' I.ct H 'I

BHS Football Indians i \.... .' .1. 'f" )
,, istsisrmssSSUtSisfSSSSSSfIfft3t9tSt rises:
Is being sic *
Volleyball for men .
Season Drop 3 ., scheduled each Wednesday specialsomeone ; ,1
evening at the armory,7:30: p.m. ""I.
From The 18 men presently parti- - - - - - - - - - - -
( Page 10)N) (From Page 10)) cipating seem to be having a ................................. ..........'
real ball even If the soreness .
ler in 1972 with 48 and 53 Indians r,' ,.the Sharks madeIn does present minor inconven- I'' .
assists. lie also recovered one of 11 foul shots. the first iences. It you customarily give ;; Central NeatConhjletely
fumble and intercepted one pass half. conventional gifts at Christmas fJffJfI'Does :
for the season. Lending the point parade for CENTER OPEN time, then don't botherto G. ( It All! I I Tt-i
Other tacklers are Wayne the Sharks were David Allen, FOR TEENAGERS read more..
Lambus with 28 tackles and pumping In five baskets and The Pratt SU Recreation Center But If you are looking for : !
28 assists, Bob Pyal with 19 making good on 10 foul shots Is open exclusively for teen- a special gift for that special Installed !
tackles and 29 assists, Gary for 20 points; 11m Berryhlll agers each Monday, Thursday, someone In your life
Melvin with 18 tackles and 26 with 19 points and Handy Hodges and Saturday evenings, 7-10 here is a suggestion.For IU irf .
assists Terry ,Jlayes with HIM
17 with 18.Keystone's. p.m. -
tackles and 29 assists, and Ma- Don Wingate led How about a gift that will .
lachi Henry with 16 tackles and the Indians attack by tallying pique his curiosity as he .
22 assists. 16 points. Making good on eight uses It maybe broadenhis .
In the running department Ma- field goals, mostly 15-18 foot outlook from Isolation,
Paving 0ft
lachi Henry took control running shots, Wingate scored all his 1st to cosmopolite and .
247 times for 1.371 yards. points in the second half. The help him shed some of the .
Henry fumbled the ball eight only other Indian to score In Costs pressure-cooker tensions '
times and had an average of double figures was guard Lar- that sometimes accompany .
5.55 yards every time he ry Turknett with 12 point Hur- making a living? .
touched the ball on offense. ner made eight points despite SoughtMoving How about handing hima 'T- .
Brad Carter was next taking playing only a few minutes. hobby? An exciting new 0
the ball 75 times for 318 Keystone's Jayvee squad won Interest this Christmas .
yards and a 5.08 average gain its first of the season 44-9 ahead with plans to morning? .
per carry. Wayne Testone ran over the Shark's Jayvees. Jim pave portions of Parker StreetIn Zenith offers one In the
the ball 25 times for 113 yards Neal led Keystone with eight south Starke and Estelle form of Its Trans-Oceanic CO ., .
and a 4.5 average gain per. points-nearly equaling the Street In Reno, the City coun- multlband portable radio O.
carry. Shark's total point prcxtucdon. cil asked Street Chairman that Is powered to tune 11
Eddie Hazen with no competition Charles Schaefer to get more Individual tuning ranges : 80JQOOBTU Carrier Furnance : .00 :
STATISTICS with the twist of dial ':
in the passing depart- Information on proposed costs a $
ment threw the ball 191 times before bids are asked. With It, he can sit In his e 1 Seven Air Supply Ducts
last season and completed It Cedar K. 14 18 13 2065Kll () Schaefer said Surveyor Mer- armchair at home and roam .
90 times. Ten of his passes .... 8 10 16 1852 rill McMillan has runlevelson the world electronically. : .One Return Air,Duct :7 .
were Intercepted and 91 of his the two streets and can He can tune close-to All
passes Incomplete. That gavo CEDAR KEY ((65): Allen 5-10-() supply the necessary informa- home stations long dis- e' Labor And Materials/ t0 .
Flaxen a 47 percent comple.' 20; Barryhill 6-7-19; Bishop tion to secure estimates. Mc- tance AM broadcasts for Thermostat Controls
tlon average and a total of 2-2-6; Ilodges 8-2-18; Ziegler. Millan has found that ParkerStreet news and sports, domestic :
lrO-2. Totals 22-2I-6liv JIAfwlthlta, fluemuslFpptetaipment.u -. ',, .......,
J.046 yards. r will drain property and ... "0<1"- '
Testone84. >t.-._.sf QR! iaBfci'tm.r ; th Ir. !"alt&1"Mtt i *' ttv has ; ''c, .: .......... .. ... 1.1\4 tompl..Ij'lnltllied,
the receivkl) tffl2 en a< "
tog JL-jjasseS-Jpr-300"yards Huuier 4-0-8; Grayson 2-0-41; block between Parker and Mar complete arl!' lWea the& erv"J' .. 'I
and a 9.47 average; gain per Jowers 1-0-2; Turknett 5-2-12; tin Streets can be solved. ice on the air today on long .
catch. Gray Flynn was next with Ketch 1-2-4; White 102. Total The paving projects have beenIn wave marine weather on 1.r .
24 receptions from Hazea'fc' Ketch 1-2-4; White 1-0-2. the plans for several years. shortwave other govern-
322 yards and .a 13.4 average Totals 23652. Low bid on a third new policecar ment broadcast news of .
gain per carry. by Emanuel for the city was enteredby weather on VHF/FM. .
Henry was close behind with Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds for .
23 roceptlons and of PLAY AT BELL a 1973 Bel-Air standard size .
243 yards and 10.46 average FlilDAY NIGHT vehicle at$2,968.40 with trade. Gourmet shops .; gams: 0
yards after catching the ball. Keystone's next cage foe Is TerwtlleKiir Ford Motors was 'I"II"" Tt.rwr 1 ; ..wbuII
Terry Hayes caught the ball Bell High School Friday night. Just $21.60 off with a bid of cook up some .. a .
seven times for 116 yards anda $2,990. Starke ChryslerPlymouth .
The Suwannee River Conferencegame
16.57 average gain per catch. will be played at Bell. bid $3,047.Baldwin's low gift ideasAny : Air Conditioning Added 24o ''BT.U $590.00
Henry led the scoring this bid was promptly accepted with :
year totaling 128 points,on 21 delivery promised In a week.It gourmet cooks on .. ,
touchdowns and one extra point. was the second time the your Christmas gifts list? '" r .
Testone was next with 28 pointson council has bid the car. First If so, there Is a whole ex-, I allied
four touchdowns and two bids were rejected because city citing world of accessories I Ito .
extra point runs. Gary Melvin specifications( allowed sub- gift even the most discriminating I,O eau) PHONE .
kicked the ball 26 times standard size cars to be en- chefs.
through the goal posts and ran tered. The second time the Among useful Items are: ': : :
the ball once for a total of council specified at least a professional-type Wok sets .964-7701
27 points. Terry Hayes had 120-Inch wheel base. for preparing oriental dishes "
24 points from four touchdown In other action, the council: ; a two-way bread-maker (. \\i&4.
passes. --Was told Schaefer Is still kettle; souffle dishes; noo-. <*. .
Gray Flynn had an average working on hiring student laborers die makers; and a folding .
of 31.3 yards per punt last under a governmentwork omelet pan. \O
year from 23 punts for 721,, assistance program. Useful and decorative t 0
yards. -Was told by Schaefer the kitchen aids comprise oth- ; Sawyer Slode[Sos !
county will dig Its portion of er items from which to se-<
the drainage ditch from L'S-301 lect presents. Among these 4 '
are metal pan racks, a ]8 : ;
Ihe Old z& through Saratoga Heights after .
the city finishes Its portion. hanging peddlers' scale and t J 332 WEST \D1SON ST. PHOXE '64-770l STARK: FLA. .
Scheafer said It will be after multi-piece wood or-metal

MAKE lo her linn MIMC lirintnm: 1OIK' with GIFT* the the city first can of the get year to the before' Job kitchen tool sets 0..... ... .... ................................

plug-In radio lliul i I. iilwuyl. due to a heavy work load now fiilt'..."'
on hand in she kililirn and caused bv wet utreetg. Chair "
ready to entertain with the man l.fcRaeu asked that the-matter -
twim of a knob. This I ulim FM. not be dropped.
V AM Inkle. ruilio /rnitli' Fn..liionmrr --Okayed Clerk Merrill Ed- For The First TimeDOUIILE : ;.
.The love he'll combine a RrninrdKmtlinur wards attendance at the annual -
only lame
wuliiul color mbinrlwith convention of city finance ..
play is tennis. colorful pliuifltMl icnll officers. '

.- I --Was told by Attorney Pierce KNIT POLYESTER:
who attended a Florida Municipal -
THE PERFECT Utilities Association In
Lakeland recently, that the
SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT natural gas price and quantity On 1tsFirst, Grade -
settlement Is being negotiatedanew

Commission.before the Federal Florida Power Gas [ Direct From The Knitters Of 'The

." YM ''''''''.,tJtII<< ........."... Transmissions has applied for Carolina! '
'' : '" -
"'' new rate Increases and quantity
-11P'..M' .,' limitations based on a limited 60", To 64" Wide
supply of natural gas. Seven

0,:; :tr ,. cities again,retained including Washington Starke, D.C.have Made For Manufacture Of Famous ,Name Brand
: I I:
,_t r" 'THE II Attorney George Spiegel to represent -
.. them before the Fed- ladies & Wens Wear Cloth Discount
ALL- NEW eral Power Commission In their Not For OrE Stores
appeal to hold down rates '
gas ',

STI111020 AVTHE and of to gas ensure an adequate quantity \Hard To Believe #:

x Schaefer said he's found out ;
nothing yet on the bridges en
Myrtle Street
"MINI.SIZE" CHAIN SAW Called for bids on a new But
pick-up truck for the Street r .; \

WITH BUILT-IN SHOCK ABSORBERS! Department specifying a three- .. .
speed automatic transmission, '--'--- '
OILING "LIFETIME" CYLINDER radio, and air-conditioner. The f1 1]', _tLL..JYET : PER. YARD
truck will replace 1960 model
r -
used nearly every day to make ., ;r ''DlIISTIR ( f r"...9.: 6:00: DailyBranding
trips out of the city for parts, ... fD RI glJW r=m

:.... ... .S'EEJt D l MO.NSTRATED'At 1 1 :. ... etc.S.R.,Hicks.according The to councUdebatedthe Street Supt, :pryBUDS J L IronRestaurant

options before okaying( the ;
MICANOPY WELDING bid to be due the first meeting -
In January The truck will .

be boughwitiportion of the .. .: cagy, rv
SHOP city's state revenue sharing : .. -
301 Sfcirke FI
; a.
964-8970 466-3237 funds.Okayed. utility account LADIES SLACKS FLAIRS $6.95 VALUES.TO $22.00 ,

U. S. 301 Across From 301 Drive-In wrf totaling a-alb$612.of 14 old accounts: . .. .. ..

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aa a concerned.
He..*'. a few timely Ups on es should be sturdy.enough to holding quality. and *ltl. tun and\ moist not.hard and caked. filled with water.Inmoethomee fireplace radiator. or other keep the tree away from
lection and can of your hold ornaments fvJM other better resistance' to Itfdtton. '**,' a tree can )*orb*up to a quart heating units.A TV sat or candles. Also, the tint to properly
Christmas tree decorators suchaVmallttRi.The These point are extremely important. After you have. MI.C1 IIcI'.our at water a day, eo keep the reservoir well-watered tree In a fully check all ." mpIug'lights and care for your tree
and tree, follow these, tips to maln- 011.4..I7ac. Christmas and won't
Scotch pine Douglas cool location: will hold Ita need- llghta I for loses you
First of all. select a tree more recentf bftfettCFreshly'lh' eehasbeen fir ,naturally haw goodradtholdtngwUltIaa gain color. and, mtaimM. .needle .. the tree In the coolest lea longer and retain Its quality. 'worn wires. Avoid o to buy a second one 1 be
with good needle-holding abi cut trees cut will the have good nusdl.. ...$(>rnc*.1.\4faili"';, a/"*, ; '"! part Gt the room away from titurIisizfliuIttsesressfissnhj It will also be the safest aa far lighting circuits: and, \ the great .day. arrives. .
tree tend to lose needlesquickly. "
lity. Florida's warm weather ire "a'
time of trees : -Stand the In t large ... ... ...,...., ,..., ..., ...,.
this year causes ....... 'bucket: of water In a cool Shadyplace. '1" f'.N,.," ,." "' ''''''''''''''''''1'..r..." .. .. ,,.,. '
to quickly wilt and drop theirneedles. ., The cooler the wtbnr.
This can be sever Bend the tw dl.stodetitr. nits .V the tree had to lean'against
enough to completely defoliate HIGHER PRICES for clothing the tree' freshneu. 'The .a wall. tuna it.dally to allow !! I BOBBY'S'HIDEAWay'
a tree and necessitate: buying was the main factor in needles should be wpjile and 'the ,branches 'to retain their
a second tree before Christmas. the October Increase In the springy. If the needles break, ,
Also choose a tree with cost of living. Wrre sell' paying thai tree la not fresh. Bounce: .
an attractive color and a full for the Garden ef Eden. the butt of the tree on the when* the :
bushy appearance. Those skin. ground sod. see how many needles doors make a fresh cut across t [
"see-through"" trees should ire nice (.. knot that tome ,fall. If more than a few the trunk at .least an.. inch or
be avoided. Most people also things M. change The flying .- fall the tree U old and dry. two above:M old 'cut to allow
prefer a conical symmetrical automobile hot bun invtntttt Also .feel the bottom of the ,the tree to absorb water..; ]lace, I: PRESENTS I
shape to their tree. The branch- again./ stump. The sap>>should be sticky: ; the tree in a suitable, container. r'x -
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i miiJfgraP4 BRADFORD j i Keystone Heights Area News

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Keystone Hilites/ 'ff o>r 4734648.AA.JiA Linda. 473-4907 Wtmrton;. As Endorsement Of Tax

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44SSL44J.SSS Y"o'iN',* _>>A...*..XOfrV.S M&K*n-<>> .- -s: nT T. !..!.!..!..!ryYk SwjCSMrs ;Y.;O;';.";'.;'.''.';"."+."a'r.:.'.''.'.'.6....''.''.'.'...''.'.'.'
will be seen Ray Starnes who vetoed the man, one-woman race scoring The two-year terms will
4-H PICNIC ber and November were ,announced Michael Mrs Kelly and Heights City measure last month. 155 votes a one-vote margin to Cole and Fox with Tlmmens go
Thursday,Nov.30,with 9 meet- Fox placed second in the fourover Tlmmens who polled 154.
The newly organized 4-H Club. Mrs. Schaeffer were reunitedfor filling the one-year unexpiredterm
of Keystone Heights enjoyed three ladles tlelng for first the first time in many Tuesday of Huntley Redfearn, Jr.,
games and a welner roast Saturday place with a net of 55. years when they were all schoolteachers Tlmmens who resigned from the) Council
with 35 to 40 youngatersparticipating They were Mildred Sutton in the same buildingin : politics. last summer
at Gold Head State Su Dwyer and Mae Henderson. Beaverdale Pa. Everett Don Pangborn retired lumber
Second place winner was Ber- fight for dealer and one-time councilman
The members and their guests nice Worley with a net of 56 A party;' of 20 of us traveledto overall uti- ran fourth with 131 votes while
enjoyed hot dogs which were and Vesta Alken coming In fora Palatka recently to eat at he inter- SANTA STOP Mrs. Vergle Homer, Incumbent
donated to the club from Bill close third with 57. the Crab Pot again. It was confidence councilman, trailed with 104.
Scales owner of Scales Food-. Fourth place was a three way still as good as the first time of his tax Cole has resided In Keystone
town. tie with 58 by Martha Hayes but I think I've had my nil } Santa will visit Keystone' for about nine years and is
The 4-H Club met Wednesday Zee Tolles and Vonclle Ketch. of crab for awhile. advocate i Height*Saturday.' employed at the GE plant in
December 2, and plan Its On Thursday December 14, ; --pay for fie will be In 'the first Santa Alachua County. Tlmmens Is a
future meetings every second the ladles'are planning a Best Michele Boyle, daughter of ; the ticket Clam parade to be sponsored teacher in the Keystone Heights
Wednesday of each month at Ball of a Foursome Tournament Dr. and Mrs. John Boyle rode votes. Fox T by the Keystone Height' Junior School and the veteran Fox
7 pan. at the Community; Church in two horse shows recentlyin win as sup 'e. Woman1 Club. Is an employee of the DuPont
Educational Building. During Knoxville Term, and Montgomery in the The parade 1 I"% scheduled to Company.
this meeting the club discussed MELROSE CHURCH OF GOD Ala., bringing home ; Mayor begin at' II! Undetermined at present is
a.m. and
plans for the 4-H floats In the The Melrose Church of God some more trophy and rib- will whether the Council will have to
Christmas parade and also. Individual meets every Sunday for wor- bons. She won first place in proceed down Lawrence act'on Mayor Starnes' utility
projects. ship In the Masonic Hall In the 10 and Equitation class and Boulevard. MM. Hemming tax veto at its meeting next
Keystone Heights. Sunday place third In the Championshipin Ogtesby It parade chairman "week, when it will require a
DUPLICATE School begins 9:45 a.m. with Knoxville. Michele will be and she! aid that Santa' would unanimous vote (with only four
BRIDGE WINNERS church services beginning at showing her road pony for the Mop off across 'the street from members on the body at present -
Winners of the' Duplicate II a.m., with the Reverend Melvin first time in the Gainesville Wilvwi's and would he there ) to muster the necessary
Bridge game played Tuesday Drake officiating.This Show December 9. Her little from 10:30: a.m. until I fourth-fifths vote to overridethe
Nov. 28 at the Melrose Wo- past Sunday the Churchof sister Melissa will be showIng Children p.m. veto.
man's Club were: First Mrs. God enjoyed a special pro- her mare. Touch of Beauty of the visit are Invited 'In come If action can be delayed until
Roland Bryan and Mrs C. V. gram presented by the Brooks ; in the December 9 show Club with Santa and have their the January meeting, a chanceof
Home with 73-1/2 points; Second Singers a young group of tra- In Gainesville. Mrs. Boyle also December J picture taken with' him. overriding the veto would be
Mr. and Mrs Jim Pierce veling gospel singers. told me that she plans to considered stronger.
with 69 points; Third, Mr. and The Young People Group give riding lessons group and located in
Mrs.Mike Falkel with 66 points; meets every Wednesday night, private starting. some time after Building
and Fourth Charlotte Kees and 7:30 p.m. and Church servicesare Christmas.
also held every Sundaj; a very In- Santa To Visit
Gladys VanNetta with 58-1/2 ,
Mrs. Russ Kahoe was hospitalized -. plan-
at 7
night p.m. DinewifflUSAnd
last week for an infection -
PERSONALSOut She Is awaiting the lack of Saturday In KH
BOWLING TEAM of town guests for the birth of their second child., people
The DeWitt C. Jones bowling Wolfe-Strickler wedding In Pa- Hope you are feeling better which is Santa Claus Is taking time j; ,
Some FINS"F'O ; ,
now, RIta. Enjoy ..
team took one point from the la tX a, Nov. 25 were: Mr. and over from his busy schedule to vis- :
Bellalr Lanes of Ormond Beach, Mrs. Billy Stanley and Mrs. it the kids in Keystone Heights
Nov. 12 the Paul Tyre of Keystone; Mr. Mrs. Josephine Reed, vice- outline this year.
during bowling com
president and cashier of the and the Dec. 10
petition of the Northeast Flo- and Mrs. Jimmy Price, Mel-I. Keystone State Bank and Regional estate, the Sunday
rida Travel This will be the first annual
League In Ocala. rose; Mr. and Mrs. Tiedgen Vice President Flori- Estate
Gladys Tlllls bowled the high and family Columbus Ga.; Santa Claus Parade, sponsored
da Region, National Association how 1 P.M. Till
game for the Jones team with Fern Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. John of Bank Women, Inc. attended Helgbts'X to by the Keystone Heights JuniorWoman's
192 and Neoma Nelson had the Hatfleld of Tampa; Mr. and the Board Meeting of Club with Mrs.Flem-
high series of ing Oglesby as chairman.
688. the National Association of Bank could be
Mrs. Jim Seymour Miss Jackie FISH FRY OR
High series for the team. was Welts Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Women, Inc. In Kansas City on the The parade will begin at 10
3732. Morris all of Jacksonville; Missouri November 30 through con- a.m., Saturday December 9,
On December 10 the Jones CHICKEN DINNER
Mr and Mrs. Charles Blythe .December 1. down Lawrence Boulevard.
team will
travel to New
Smyrna Ormond Beach; Mrs. Lois Christ- Come and enjoy the parade
and will bowl against Pa- Palmer Walter Price, Danla; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garner ; Dec. 15 then visit with Santa Claus and
latka. This will be the leagues'Christmas visit Tom'lparents. 1 and Coun- have picture made. He
enjoyed from
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parker a your
party; with each participant Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Parker Mal. and Mrs. T.E. for Ro- will be across the street from $1.50\\ A Free Beer
taking a Christmas gift. Mike Seller Doug Ald- Garner from St. Augustine (or Gifts Watson's Food Store from 10:30
when bowler she makes will a receive strike. a gift ridge of Leesburg; Mr. and Thanksgiving dinner. They also exchanged. a.m. til I p.m.
Mrs. Ted Wolfe of St. Peter- traveled to Gainesville for The Junior Woman's Club
that rainy ball and were WHITE ELEPHANTIIWY
sburg. game
LADIES GOLF ASSN. hopes that Santa will be able
drenched through and through.Mr. ; day the/
Winners for the Klnger Tour to visit Keystone every year
nament for September, Octo- Mr: and Mrs. Marvin Michael pusher/ so lets get out and give him a 100 Lake (CcnevaJlST :
.... ,... .Seattiet,Wash..were.Thanks-, / the !
dart w/CTut/ : "''I:' "" "t.Io."I"v.r."": :giving weekend guests of Mrs.' ., and Mr.J;-Ellis have' \ .. nlce.lcoJ.11t.
Mary K..Schaeffor and daughter returned from a four day trip
$S.E cKA YREALTOR Martha. Mr. Michael had recently where they attendedthe -- --- ---
flown to Miami'on businessand fall meeting of the Ameri- !
his wife accompanied him. da Camilla Society in Columbus ,i
They rented a car there and S.C. Mr. Ellis acted as the
Keystone Ht. 473.4816, drove to Keystone Thanksgiving state director for the State t / INTIMECHRISTMAS
HOMES Day. Other dinner guestsat of Florida and they participated -
ACREAGES the Schaeffer's were Mrs. in business and social activities t
RENTALS Schaeffer's son and daughter- of the convention.The .
in-law, David and Lorraine Ellis's older son, Frank 1
Mrs. M.Ib.Ilg.n 473-4740 Schaeffer of Tallahassee. and his wife received the second II t
Col. J. Chesslnpton473.467? The following Friday Mr. addition! to their family November -
and Mrs. Michael and Mrs. 22. A new little girl. t
L.J. Robinson , ) Schaeffer drove to Oklawaha Frank is a First Lt. in the
Carr 473-4058 where they were dinner guestsof Airborne Division and stationed t

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly.. u at _Ft. Lewis, Washington. t .a.lWwrt

Ken Premo chalrmdn of the I
boat races held last July In
the Our Country Day Program t H.B.D.
NOW OPENKEYSTONE has returned recently from a CARPETS
trip to Willow Grove Pa.wherehe t
attended a communication ;

school. for While the there Naval, Ken Air visit Reserve I 100 Keystone Heights Open 9:00-6:00 Dad/) j

ed former residents of Keystone ;
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bak- t For Estimates Call! -T7:$.-" WWW
Tony enjoyed a football game ; t

SUN. & MON.IIIGIIWAI' between and he reported Army and that Air everyone Force j| SHAG & H-L CARPET IN

21 ,N. KEYSTONE is fine and that the girls loveit ,

HOURS: On up :There Tuesday night, November I I GOING AT TREMENDOUS:

8:00 TO 5:00 28, six Lions from the Key.
stone Club attended a zone !
meeting at the Green Cove I| SAVING
Springs Lions Clubhouse. Lions I
Maasa. Abies Agullera Bryant -
Wahl and McGlave enjoyeda
o4 fine dinner and an enllgnten- I| WAS $5.10 Now SAVE t

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.... Cub Scout Pack New Books NowWhy At Keystone Ills. Branch Library !

Keystone HilitesFrom .1.---- 1 Meeting HeldNovember I

28thCub not stop In at the Keystone Durden, Leta Eat Right to Keep by Logan Clendenlng Better i
( Preceding Page) Library and look over Fit by Adelle Davis The Complete Homes and Garden New Cookbook '
the new selection of books that Book of Self! Defense by Better Homes and Garden
!Ing meeting conducted by zone The T.L. Norwood,,. Srs. returned Scout Troop 575 held a came In this past week. There Robert V. Masters The Human Sewing Book, Capital Punishment -
chairman Don Mora of St. recently from a 6-week meeting at the Commu- be something of interestto Grant S. McClellan
may Mind Karl A. Mennlnger by
Augustine, assisted by Deputy; visit with their son In Manassas On November 30 the Home- a value of from $1.23 Church In Keystone Heights I by and Other Sor-, Private Face Public Places,
you. Street
Mr. and Mrs. maker Club held their monthly Have the article 8:30: November 28. Stanyan
District Governor RUBS Holll- Virginia. gin gene,.
Rod McKuen Once by Abigail aJ1hy. Abraham
Norwood Jr. and their business at 9.30 The run and rows by \, upon
man of Palatka. T.L. meeting holiday Lillian Bannon Den Mother FICTION Christmas Pearl Buck Lincoln by Stephen-Lorant.
two children Darren and Ash ajn. and combined the social be In the novel way of Den 3, Introduced the open- Ironwood by Jennie Melville s by Adviser .
Happy Birthday to Tony Car- ley were the weekend guests refreshment hour with the exchanging Ing Santa Claui. ceremony put on by the The Plague by Albert Camus Everyone's William Capttman Legal Nutritionand NOTICE ;
of them before leaving for Indonesia of gifts. At each greeing to make the wash of Each Cub
denos! Tony celebrated Ma regular her den. Sloop of War by Alexander Kent, physical fitness by JeanL. December is amnesty month. :
where they will be living meeting there is a donated Upper please bring his lines and held
third birthday at the home of up Creygallows by Barbara Michaels The Human Body, No fines Merry Christmas
his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. for four year Tom Jr. door prize which was this time gift wrapped letter spelling out A-M-E- Dracula By Bram Stoker Bogert.
Alex Cardenas in Lake Gene- Is employed by the State Department. : won by Mrs. LIllie Roberts., wish. These will be The ceremony was This side of Glory by Gwen
V''". Sunday November 26. In anticipation of the Club Ba- the Starke Nursing with the Pledge of Al- Bristow. Smouldering lire by
Guests present for the occasion zaar of Dec. 2. the members dents and presented by to the Flag and the D.E. Stevenson, Dust on the Sea Picnic sets are for
were the children of the Agull- remained setting up the club and Lillie Johnson Cheer "America." by Edward L. Beach, Michaels
ers', Paredes' the Eddie Car Services Held room for this annual event. mittee. A ritual was held In which Wife by Marlys Mlllhlser The
denas' and the Alvarez of Bal Booths were gaily decoratedand boy was presented with a Great Dandelion by Jamie Lee
ford. tables set for the TeaTime IMPORTANT to all by Jack Bannon, and the
Saturday For Cooper The MddaHol by Burner on
and friendly chit chat case of an Emergency a promise to do his best Godden The Khaki Mafia by everyone goHere's
Mrs. with table mats of the holiday dent or sickness the Scouting. Each Cub then
68 Robin Moore. Tower of Glass bv
liny Savings Bonds Brady, floral design. mergency program has the candle to his pa- Robert Sllverberg Gunslght a Christmas gift and cold foods. The quart-
The doors opened at 9:30: on a toll free telephone who promised to help Pass by Tom Martin Sheriffof that Is suitable for almost size bottles have' litho-
Services were held Wednesday Saturday. Dec. 2 for the Bazaar 14511005.: : boy do his best In Scout- Mad River by Dan Roberts everyone on your list. The graphed steel cases in a
morning, Dec. 8, for Mrs. and the room was a fairyland December I I. following Dragoon Pass by Lynn West- family man, the sportsman, handsome wood-grain de-
Katherine L..Brady 68,of Key- of colorful articles, manyof cruitment Drive for Scoutmaster Paul Stelnmetz, land. Dutchman's Flat by Archie the young married, the lei sign.A.
stone Heights who died Satur- the Jewelry kinds, and Christmas American Association Assistant Scoutmaster Joscelyn, The Gun and Glory of sure-loving retiree, the gregarious roomy covered container -
day In Veterans Hospital trinkets which parents tired Persons or' then held a candlelight Granlt by Ned Conquest. singles type each' completes the kit andIs
Cat.wsvllle following a short found would be enjoyed by chil- retired but are :55: \ for all the Scouts who and everyone will find this handy for sandwiches,
Illness. dren. Little folks also had their age or older a small to receive their Bobcat JUVENILE BOOKS trim picnic kit from Ther- hard-cooked eggs, relishesor
Mrs. Brady had been a resident day of shopping. The Club helda newcomers and These awards were pre Bedtime for Frances by Russell mos a splendid way. to carry dessert. l
of Keystone Heights for the bake sale at the Post Office this area met to: Kent Gann Charles Hoban. Big Black Horse by a movable feast. Ideal for the beach, boat-
XMASSALE past five years moving! here earlier that morning.Mrs. a get acquainted social Bobby Strickland Paul Walter Farley The Perez Arson This luxurious vinyl picnic Ing, traveling, active and
from MlamL where she lived for Elaine Ashley had fash- at the educational Jr., Rob Durocher Mystery by Irwin Touster. kit contains two Ther- spectator sports, or camp-
48 years. She-was a memberof ioned an umbrella stand from Community Church. Harris and Gary Bon- mos brand vacuum bottlesone Ing, this gift is the perfect
the Catholic Church. gallon cans, so camouflaged a round table group of Den 2; Scott Bannon, NONFICTIONGifts for hot and cold bev- present for people on the
Surviving Is>one son: George with a covering of a pastel ers. Archie Graham of Laurln David McLeod of an Eagle by Kent erages, the other for hot go.
No-Frost Brady Jr., Miami; three grandchildren colorful spray of flowers,which O-Palms Mr. and Mrs. Nordmann and James
she presented to the Club. and Harriet Elb, and Mrs. _
and three great-grand- .bb, of Den 3. Christopher H -
refrigerator/ children. Older residents of the area garet Elb of Highridge ; a new member, is
Services werefrom: DeWitt of Starke and Keystone Heights Mrs. Lois Roberts l of to receive his Bobcat LAKE GENEVA FURNITURE
C. Jones Chapel' in Keystone on November the Bradford Senior sonville, sister and ;
freezersChoice Heights with Father Maurice Citizens Club held their law of Ed; and Lillie Den 3 also had a turtle race
Imhoff conducting. Burial was semi-monthly club meeting. was the guests of the which each Scout made a tur- Gift & Candle Shop ;
In 11111 crest Memorial Park In The main business was the noon. out of wood pulled by a
Gainesville under direction of election of officers who will Articles In the There was also a dis'
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral. Home. take office in January. Plans ion and Clay County of Indian headbands and A Choose That Gift For I II
F -- 'to be programmed for Decem- In the drive for aluminum that were made by this I

ber, and for Keystone Heights indicate that ,This 'ear.Den 3 Is using Someone
My Neighbors members. the Annual Christmas Green Cove .Springs ,,are Indian theme.
Party will be held on December -
for'cOllections. Den 2 'theme this
paring year
19, which will be one From A Large Selection
"Frontiersman and Kay
-r- I writer has contended for .
week later than the regular eral months that J< Den Mother, narrated a
,T pisi meeting, and will be the only Heights City Council presented by her den en- Of Leather Purses
meeting In December.
aware of the value of "Our Country." Each
1 Members are to provide a ing glass and aluminum read a part about the front- ;
c 3 Piece
covered dishno dessert
as mentioned same to a days', and each had a cos- Living
Christmas Cake and Ice
for election week with muskets that were
next for
cream) will be provided by Council.So by the boys. They clos- Room Set
the ClubIMPOH'fAIT:/ also
having had the the play with "Our With Rocker & Rocker
is that members bring their Recliner
t. TIs of Thee "
of what to do with these ,
own cups, silverware and a

I \ ......... serving fork or spoon for your uable throw Items them In and garbage was sung by everyone. QUALITY FURNITURE
covered dish. There will be an meeting proved to be fun 1
I idea of AARP members
of Three "Well of all the exchange of gifts marked for ;
nasty typesof all, as well as Interesting
In the
back-seat drivers!" lady or gentleman and having ing a part program educational. The next meet- $2Q9.OO :
discussed this
Automatic was
CyclesWWA gether. An approach of troop :575 will be held L

made to the Council with 19.

KEYSTONE MELROSE holds gestions and such business as that places all :::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::::.:.:.:.:.:,:.: Good Selection Of

1.1 glass in a separate box, In the Sanctuary will be

Y iOSINESS DIRECTORY another aluminum and TV and mazazlnes pie at 7:30: p.m.24- Christmas Eve j: Seely Mattress & Box

firmly Two special of Carols and Can-
FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWAREGARDENHARAD month the trash or road at 7:30: p.m.
could make house to house Anyone wishing to honor a Springs $68.95 'mi h"

SUM'S' ..',d.e WARE lections. The magazines one at this Advent and
f/ V very much enjoyed. by the Sel'0. season by placing a b
prisons. plant in the Sanc- free S.t Of Aluminum

, :: ; ,,.,fish -- .. .GARDEN.CERTIB 0 .ire Attired'..Unable, and to take older. auch may. .-. call- Mrs.. ." -.Hoy 0' Brid'0". \.. .. Poet'Wifh Arty''Purth .'.''Over' $95.00; ,,,.,, _

\ Llv Bait A complei.'line of Hdw.; ; ticles to a given place 1.1 .." ..
Crl ck et tShinnersWormsMinnows BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS they stand willing to be a .u
of telephone folk calling -- .
Plumbing & EUctrieol Supp.
Gro-Tone Fertilisers neighbor or a given Gold Kist
MMN TACKLE-RODS-REELS names. As to Clay ,

Big 18 lb. FISHING & HUNTING InsecticidesLumber & Building Materials the area Keystone It Is hoped and Lake Working to provide our more than 15QOOO members vtfth'' quality farm

Capacity Washer LICENSES. AMMUNITIONICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light may be made with County supplies and marketing services and a greater share in the profits earned
missioners to service the from the '
Keystone H9'". 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473.3663TELEVISIONAIR In like manner with products they grow.

FURNITUREGIFTSLake COND. This members is a wish service to the Good things for the farm and from the farm '

JMBL=JJ aij';. .
this entire community; ',- ::1.;
Geneva TV Service Center Melrose AARP Chapter ,;; / r.14MIJi.VtT \""': _
.. &:5 \;
> and beaud .It\p'r
| on a cleanup ..,f"\1 ,
FurnitureGift tion drive in Melrose. We
; ready are you City; .

C pSflf & Candle Shop TV STERO and County :: ?d '.

EXQUISITE GIFTS DECKSCOMMERICAL J Keystone Fellowship Club d t.'\ J.. .f: .. '' -
hold Christmas o ,. ;a'f
a Open J. .
Name Brand Furniture ANDRESIDENTIAL .' t. 'P .. .'
;C ,
at 1:30: p.m. December ry ;'" j :
See Our Display For AIR the Lions Club BuDding ,10...;, .
Christmas Gift CONDITIONING ident Lester Sheets is (
i SALES & SERVICE ing for a Christmas -' a b 5
Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva Including the Caroling by ,': ,' '.\.a .,
w4i ,.0 o."I! 'a3o..'_0" ........",,.. .
Model J342 1 Ml. East e< Keystone Hgti.JEAL KEYSTONE 473-4651 group. Members will be ; : ",,.. '. ,
to assist Chairman Mrs. <",
P-7 Aulommlc. 1Nf-Cl..nlna ov n ESTATERichard MOBILE HOME ly I Roberts and her
-SyittmClfmn. Bnllr Mrs Ruby Wolf and Mrs.
.. .. O..n Inclu.llni lah Smith
.h.l" Cl n. limn Door for refreshment
CI"n. *urf"c. Unit .n"cl.rAutomatic T. LovornRag. Want to sell your Mobil. Installation of officers will

P.n. Real Estate Broker Ham? If you hay a buyer take place at this time. J Y y '
... i 9
Mlnut. Tlmvr O n TIm., Clock Mil .Mobil Home Brokers will officers to be Installed 1 vv y a

LAKE PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and President, Lester Sheets
Ac. .t.
Pushbutton Contrail: for
President, Mrs. Fern
tariff. '
UntilMOOIL Insurance dttails for
RESIDENTIAL a brokerage and 2nd MceMrs.. Llllj ;fi #
fee of 10% of the sallyIng berta; Treasurer Grover 4
ACREAGE price. For more Information ham; Secretary Jake Hess
APPRAISALS callMOBILE Corresponding Sec. Mr. /.k
: bon Hess
Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 December 21 at 11:30:
1T.r. the Melrose Community
-e ter 1118 will hold the I
Edna Knepper 1 BOX 350 J
; Assoc. Chapter luncheon at the
473-4111 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666 rish House in Melros., .
enjoy a Christmas
Mertho, Assec. PHONE 475-1751 without any business
473-3362 R. F. Simmons President,
preside and as the
BEAUTY SHOP recently purchased a
phone and equipment, ever
Nell' 1EONARDSOUTBOARD will be able to hear In
large hall. Last month 100
Beauty Sly If Shop SHOP tended the festive
Thanksgiving. There
"Far.a lovelleVyou" enrolled 213 members
ICfMN Melrose and the lake

_S'.Pushbutton Wash Cycles: Phone 47522IIBetween J Keystone Heights,
Johnson Motors Hawthorne and Waldo.COMMUNITY .
Power Scrub-scrubs pots, '

pans, even crusty casseroles SALES & SERVICE CHURCH 1, ,
sparkling clean Keystone. r December 3 was t the t cps
GLASTRON AND Sunday In Advent, and ..
Pre Xmas Sale On All H.Ight..nE' :1- .,. tl CHECKMATE BOATS of worship are In 'Yl :g 1. 6

Floor Models Appl. & M.Iros4CONTRACTOR" i Keystone. Heights Flo. with ceedlng the Christmas.days and weeks The

T.V. of five candles was
the Acolyte on the wreath. I
cember 17 at the Sunday
LOW DISCOUNT PRICES This log 11 o'clock service I
Demarco And Son
WheelerDiscount For Christmas Cantata "A Auiii
Space Born" will be rendered
Specializing! In choir, with -
Sill, Mrs. Wm. Nail.
Residential Slabs At 6:30: pun. a special
Appliances Concrete Patie/ Block vice and the Chrlsmon
t will be followed ,
475-2401 Wert j"NMiing' pen House, at the ,

Between Keystone. & "Melre' .. Licensed And Insured Building munity; \., given' Women by the

We .Service What We Sale FREE! ESTIMATES ization. j

Firsti Pt to 373-1550 Monday December 18 Cold KJst Inc Atlanta.Georgia
December: 22, the Advent
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Odor Persists { Plant 1

Hampton resident are still nor the state pollution board r\: RATflO

fighting a running battle with has yet determined upon a to Inspect the plant.
odor emanating from the ren- course of action.So report was that tonal Protein President Ronald
dering plant, National Protein many complaints are now mistakenly introduc- Salter asking him to take action ...
Corp.. Just northeast of the reaching the County Commission plant's three settl- on the odor problem. Oi1w/
city off SR-18 on the Seaboard that board feels It
Coastline Railroad now caused the odor with S) To visit the plant Mon @
cannot go much longer without ; days. Reaction
day afternoon
Apparently the problem con- becoming Involved In the situa
that odor to clear
tinues to exist, the odor persists tion. It Is possible that a about 10 to 15 days The board did visit the rendering -
and neither the county'Conspiracy meeting could be held soon he has been told. plant Monday but took [
no further action. Odor
between National Protein Pre- : decided on was !
sident Ronald present Chairman George Roberts !
Salter and the
; course of action: said. .lfJrJilcjll .,
., county commission. J a letter to the A petition bearing 110 names
Chairman Roberts
that the county: protesting the odor
(From Page )1)) volunteered to meet with Salt- the courtesy of the to the commission was presented last-
er when the board visited the the plants op ,
started bubbling back In Feb- rendering plant Monday after- the county: com month residents by a group of Hampton
asking that National
ruary when Reddish and Criffls, noon. Foreman W.C.CRobby) ,
Issuing a per-
a guard at Santa Fe, began Robertson said Salter would be permit next required to take necessary GOOD
comparing notes on their dislikeof glad to meet with the board. steps to assure the Obnoxious -
Whitehead Hampton Mayor Willard Tho- ) a letter to Na- odors would be elimi-

Reddish blamed the Union mas presented the matter to nated. IGR THE SPIRIT' !I
County Sheriff for thwarting the county commission for the ,

his efforts to obtain a parole, second straight month. A resident You do s.
a furlough, or benefit by the phoned him Monday night good work. e III/

new "work-release" program saying his family couldn't eat Portable Put your (foot down (for Rand! Cause we
whereby prisoners are em- supper because of odor from the do .
ployed at outside good work. And we I look like it.
Jobs during the rendering plant the mayor said. .
day, returning to the prisonat "AmenI"! said Commissioner I can now Get together, with us. you'll like it.STUMP'S.
night. Ralph Bryan who said he got
Documents were Introduced at hit by the odor on US-301 while
the trial showing that Reddish returning from Gainesville last spend more
had received endorsement of Friday night. Bryan testified n
Santa Fe officials for a requested
furlough, but when the time at thetheater.
papers were sent to Tallahasseefor ,
final approval, they were ther Geneva or Lll. Can LII "
returned disapproved "as per be trusted?" ,
Mr. Walnwrlght. (Louie L. "All the way," Grlffls replied .
Walnwrlght Director of the DIvision exhorting: Guilford to deny -
of Corrections.) everything."But .
Guilford said that Reddish I need someone to come
blamed this disapproval on for me now," Guilford said.
Whitehead who. Reddish said, "I'm dirty, and hungry, my
was afraid that Reddish "mightkill clothes are all torn, and Pm L
him. if released from Just worn out," the prisoner
prison. said In a panting voice. "I
Guilford also testified that need a place to stay for a a
Grlffls had had "an axe to few days. Could Lll put me a
grind" with Sheriff Whitehead up?" .
for a long time. Grlffls replied In a faltering -
voice that Lll had gone
Guilford testified that the over to her daughter's, and v I

three of them got together overa he had been unable to get any-
cup of coffee one day and one there to answer the phone.
decided that the best way to "I can't come for you because -
accomplish their goal would be : my car's in the shop"
to "get a woman to get Whitehead Grlffls said. "I'm In as bad J I .'-E)
shape as are fot trans- '
: In bed with her".take you
pictures of them, and then use \p>rtatlon."
the pictures to force the Sher- Criffls said he would do what CORONA ,
iff intercede with Tallahasseeon he could, but In the meantime
advised Guilford to "get In '
Reddlsh's behalf.
somewhere and get some )way with words.
"Grlffls was to get the
cameras Geneva Tennant was clothes" then try to hitch a i
to get Whitehead in bed, andI ride across the Georgia line.
was to bust In and take the He also told GuIlford that rr. I
pictures" Guilford tertifled. the phone call from "the
Guilford said that he was church" would undoubtedly be
doubtful at first about having questioned and If they ever
a prison guard in on the plot quizzed him on It, the prisoner -
'. but was assured by Reddish was to say he didn't know cop
that Griffis "Comes of good who be talked,to at the other 1n:5_
people and Is all right." end.Miles
From Santa Fe the scene said that a follow-up : p4
shifted to Starke on March 24, check with the telephone com-
when Guilford Geneva Grille, pany revealed that the number :'ii;.
and Mrs. Lloutza met in a where Grlffls was reached was
Starke restaurant.Guilford testified listed In the name of Mrs. d1n4r.'i

that the place was Lloutza.
crowded: so after they had eaten Charles Sauls, an Investigator -
_ they moved on to a motel Just with .the State Attorney's .w
...._ north of,(.awteY. wherevGull- office 011 testified that on the basis .. vt. :- -- .....-. ..........-.. --:
ford rented a room and the the taped telephone conversation ( J
he arrested Griffis
four conversed while Mrs. '
.. Lloutza went out for cigarettesand at a service station In Law-
a six-pack of beer. fey on May IS, in the company i
Soon after Mrs. Lloutza's return of Miles and State At- \ ): ,
Guilford said, Grlffls torney-elect Gene Whitworth.
asked her to go out to his car Sauls said that Grlffls at
and bring in a package. She first denied any knowledge of .
returned with a paper sack the conspiracy but when the .'\
containing: three cameras: and tape was played for him after . .
several rolls of film, and Grlffls arrival at the Jail, about
Instructed him (Guilford) midway through the fatal conversation -

In proper use of the cameras, Grlffls grinned and
the prisoner testified. said, "That's me, all right."
Later that night Grlffls and lie then admitted the meetingsat
Mrs. Lloutza left In separatecars the restaurant and the motel -
: and Guilford and Geneva and that he procured the '
spent the night at the motel, cameras but still denied any IN EVERY STORE :
Guilford testified. The next day knowledge of what the cam-
they went to Lake Butler and eras were to be used for. !
proceeded: to locate Sheriff When Sauls said,'"Mr. Grif ; ,
Whitehead but failed to carryout fis, you've got yourself in a ; ; L
the plan.Gullford lot of trouble. Why don't you
said he and Geneva make a clean breast of everything '
day I ihop-
"P up your
?" Griffin replied "I ; Vou'M be pleated to know that your
got married on Saturday and ,. coonmuchenU. will gift wrap c
I'd better law- dollar for Downtown.
he returned cameras to Grlf guess see my get more you r
fie about 6:30 a.m. Sunday at yer first," Sauls said That 0.' purchote*,. "Ii... Special' ornole You love .. ga',wear ..d tear on the ,

another Starke restaurant. ended the pre-trial question- wrapping9, Don, at .. .*... charge car. maybe evert parking ,l.... Arid ..,. n

Guilford returned to Santa Ing. | the "". 'thing that add up to you II di.,.., ,that pries ore often .. S G r
Fe at the end of his furlough Mrs. Lloutza. who was the w
'0". time I In which, ta ..,,0' Chritl. '
first to be tried Monday, admitted lower hero than elsewhere. By "hopping
but after he decided (for an
with Grlffls and .... Day to ii.ull.u.. where '. 1n ,
undisclosed reason) to turnState's being hero your dollar "U kept rtbenefit r,
evidence he was removed the other two at the restaurantand : cilnent ....0" ,In town.Th T
to the Ralford prison, the motel but said she 'V
where he was questioned later -
did not know ,
by Carl Miles an investi- from their con- -,tll
versation ..
they were plan-
with the Region 2 Crim-
gator ,
inal Investigative Office in ning. She likewise denied knowIng 1 4 telechort, of' gift" merchandise. i il : l !!
what she was bringing In Jr:. .n
Gainesville.By test' You re ,... to find the right pretnt 1
paper sack until the cam- I ..
that time Guilford testified '
eras for (he ... .
were removed later wee onet youngttori,I. tin. \
,, It was rumored among Mrs. Lloutza who Is Th. ,.rvico.' ,.. hem ,.. '' ,
em- you .c. ndlol.ipooplo -
the other prisoners that he adullt oldilet) Melt ...u...., themerchandise -eFp.t. f .
was turning State's evidence ployed at a Jacksonville hos- hoi the Noel. p.non.1touch '
pital, said she had visited it high,, quality. After ,-',
and he was removed to the Thoy'ro ..".,.to help you (nod. ,
Union County' Jail for his pro- atives, at for Clay many Hill,years near Highland ; had- Chnttmat, ,if patina have ta b. exchanged the tight toloction During' tho .,U. '

tection.While there he and Tilesconceived \ known Griffis about 25 years, t returned, you wtll, find day you II And additional, paoplo on
and been going with him about / '. ,
the fake phone call fatt courteous Da shop now job aplv who libo yourMlVoioro "

that led to the downfall of Grlf II.Sbe said white; lelection i::: .,.. 'frlond ond ..."hloa... Th., coro ,
fie and the ultimate Identification they both had the ,
of Mrs. Lloutza who was day off on March 24 and she y'
known at time to Gullford and met him In Starke "to picnic"and And rl.hl In the Salnl Nl *k of Ihn*: Thai wonderful' r
officers only as "141," the run his dog In the woods

name by which Griffin addressed going to the restaurant later .. pine U already la the air. The lightH are tfllNlenlntf. .
her at the meetingsIn for supper.A .
confusing note was intro- '
Starke. duced In the testimony by Mrs. : wlndowe, are a wonderland., '11 find mm exHllntf M- -

When they finally reachedthe Lloutza when she said she hada
number In Jacksonville, document In her hand charging 1 .. big gift. Illlle. glflN-...... .hl...... prarlleal Ideas. P '
Grlffls answered the phone and her with "conspiracy to

Guilford (calling from the Sheriffs murder" fan.lly.vour friendly lie..." >lue"? They're*bud- "
office) put on a well- This was later explained by '
played act telling Grlffls that Investigator Miles who said this '
make ... I|..... here al home. "
he had escaped from prison was a first draft,. and had been "s.. your Shop rlpthl
and had made his way on foot based on conversations with
to the Johnstown Baptist Church GuIlford In which the prisonersaid the,
on SR 121, between Lake Butler that Grlffls wanted him to
and Ralford. He was calling: be armed while taking the pictures -
from there, Guilford said, and In order to protect himself -
was In desperate need of helpas from WhItehead"who would .
he expected prison officers have a gun"
with dogs to be on his trail GuIlford said, however, .that
momentarily.As he did not want to carry a
Guilford and Criffls gun and refused to do so. WATCH THE TELEGRAPH EVERY WEEK FOR SPECIALS-
talked. Investigator Miles wason Judge ''George L. Patten allowed
an extension phone, taping defense attorney A. K.
the conversation, which was Black of Lake City until De- )
played In court, both Mondayand cember 19 to file motions for IT SAVES
Tuesday. new trials. : YOU MONEY!

"Mr. Grlffls, someone has The charge of "conspiracy
talked." GuIlford said In a to commit extortion," on which .
breathless voice. "They know the two were convicted: carries :
all about that meeting In the a maximum sentence of
el- five ... .. ... ... '-:..
damn motel. It had to be years. .- -
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By Marilyn Mullis Never.: Take A Short PrIce

{ Natural I (Dowdy)s Albert's VlctorlaTy-(
ler-Whittle> Thunder On Sunday -
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:o//. ians At The Gates (Bankow-
SHU. regaining In protected In Southern Florida BurrowIng ; sky); Ransom For A Nude.: CLASSIFIED AD RATES I INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR BEGINNERS GUITARS with

arena of FlorId; is the Gopher Owls will also take up residence (Black) Quite By Accident Deadline for Insertion Monday I cases. Only $19.95 at Dahmer's United Farm
This land turtle i ((Booton>>;; Some Other Place. SELLING? A.J. THOMAS Inc.
Tortoise. high alongside the tortoise. Olarlngton> 5 P.m. preceding Thursday : Discount. 6tchg 12/14 REALTOR Agency,
Is accomplished burrower In the gopher's The Right Place
an years past before publication.
: Broker
The Dear Ruin ((Howard); SloopOf CONTACT Reg. Real Estate
And General
Uio. sandy soil of the Sandhill presence was taken for grantedand 19-INCH!' ZENITH Portable TV Appraising
Use: ,
Community. His tunnel slopes he furnished meat for many War (Kent)}; Somewhere Men - .' like new, with new waranty.; Paul & Irene Faulkner
downward and then levels off, a able. Today, due to hunting (Kotlowltz) )>; Greygallows.Gideon's (Mi- GEORGE ROBERTS Only $75 at Dahmer's Discount Real Estate Sale Associates .
sometimes reaching 33 feet In his numbers are Minimum Charge $1.75 House.
pressures Stchg 12/28
length.! It is a "one way" tunnel few. Methods for catching rattlesnakes chaels); Edwin Mullhouse Amer-: The (Covers 15 words) : REAL ESTATE' 30 Year Experience In 206 S. Water Street
until !the end Is reached by using a long tube Life And Death Of An Jef- Each word over 15, &(! : Starke Fla. 964-5065

where It Is enlarged enoughfor and blowing gas down the roPher's ican Writer Cartwright 1943-1954(MIllhauser by } PHONE 96 .7826 INSURANCEAT Florida Land Matters. WANT TO SELL OR
him to turn around. frey Classified Ads must be
hole have also taken manya All REDUCED ESTATE?
(Nelson) Long RATES BUY REAL
Last Station
"Gophers" feed on plants tortoise's life t M.the. gas The ; paid for In advance unless 421 W. MADISON ST. Price
) ConventionM. Tel. For
( Coll Us
Division Kolphe
found in !the sandhllls; finding asphyxiated him. you have established account BOAT
grasses, leaves and fruits quite An animal as important as D. (Slaughter); Last> Ram-SeenIn with The Telegraph In that DOYLE E. CONNER Prospects Waiting tfchg
Samarra (Vermandel 205 N. Temple Ave.
satisfactory to hIs taste. Mia the gopher tortoise.certainly event 50! extra charge for
tough beak permits him to bite deserves more protection than bling Rose (Willingham)}; Sud- billing. Not.: responsible for "nson'. INSURANCE AGENCY
Into the Prickly Pear Cactus he now has. The only restriction den Death (Delman> The Guns errors when given over the tchg.
without suffering from any 111 is that one cannot be sold Of Avalon (Zelazny)}; Corcho phone or when copy Is not typed Mobile Homos
effects of the tiny thorns.These but he can be caught''and kill- Bliss (Olsen). and brought to the office SINGLES DOUBLE WATER FRONT LOTS ULq Home and 31-1/2_ Acres b located Home-
WIDES RO. 100 South
furnish him with enough cruel on
plants ed at random by any I FOR SALE
moisture so that he may live method conceived. ADULT NON-FICTION - Expando Room & Add Crosby Lake and 3 bedroom) CB construction.Land .
far away from any obvious signs Surely we are ?farsighted Jimmy Doollttle: Daredevil On Room ,Lake Canal. (Canal 50 feet bordered by two paved

of water. enough to predict that the (Gllnes), Who Will Get Your CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Free Delivery; and Set Up :;wide; 8 feet! deep) Located on MATSALESPARTS] roads, .,and one graded road.
Ills burrow Is an extremely decline and disappearance of Money (Barnes} Handmade State Road 100, 3 miles Westof
important part of the sandhill the tortoise will also seriously Ruts From Practically Any- $1.75 per inch 100 MILE RADIUS Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca-:
community, as ho freely sharesit affect the numbers'of many thing (Laury)); Homemade Ice 2 inch minimum $3.50 BANK FINANCINGHWY tion cottage mobile home or BILL
with over 23 different species other wild animals. Cream And "rake (Farm Jour- t investment SERVICE
of other animals. Protection Before It is too late we should nal>: The Return Of Magic(Far- - 17 NORTH Prices start at $1,295.000,$200 USED IMPORT CARS 9646464OR
from hot days and cold nights protect this beneficial landlordand ren>; Buddhism, Christianity; GREEN COVE down and $35.00 month for 36
is sought by many residents of give him the safety that he And The Future of Man (Fox), Memorials ResolutonsL Pro T.I. 284-5001 264-7311. months ((82 % simple inter- HARFRED AUTO
the open sandhllls and most of deserves so that 20 years from Place Names Of The English- clamations. Card of Thank est). WAYNE DOUGLAS
them find the Gopher's hole now we can say, "Yes we did. Speaking World (Matthews), 4.00 Minimum up to 50 Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 9 ,IMPORTS, INC. ASSOCIATE
quite adequate.The and we're proud" Instead of The Bethlehem Inn And Other words Each word over 50- FOR SAI.E32 Bramco Brood- p.m. weekdays. tf
509 E.
Gopher Frog may be founda the all too frequont"W; should Christmas Stories (Meek);; The 8C. ers $500 or $20 each. Used University 964-6593
few feet Inside the entrancebut have. but ." Complete Book Of Breastfeeding 8 weeks. Bramco proportioning Gainesville 372-4373
during warm nights he will (Olds)}; Luce And His Em- pump $40. Ph. 468-1827. MARTIN CAMPERS
come out to feed. pire (Swanberg) Anne Boyeny FOR SALELive Christmas Up
Numerous Insects also dwellIn The Old (Bruce); Mary Todd Lincoln: (cedar)trees. Mrs. W.A.Stern U.S. 90 Wrap Lake City
the burrow and lizards living Her Life And Letters (LIn- Ph. 9645614. 4tp 12/23 FOR SALEFour 8.25 x 15 Phone 752.3723 OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
there may find them good to eat. coln)); The Great American Auto Atlas Urea- 3,000 miles, ex- For Best
(Randall> cdllent condition $85. Call 468- Selection Of 100 PH. 964.5606 "j-I 'Nw'
Several species of snakes ales Repair Robbery !! EARL'S LAND ClearingDiscing W. : :'.
inhabit this tunnel Includingthe Promises To Keep: The Miami and Fill Dirt. Call after 1827. lip 12/7 TRAVEL TRAILERS !1" 1 !Jt
Indigo, Pine, Ilog-nose and Dolphin Story Braucher)> Pal- 4 P.M. 533-2147. 4tp 12/28 MINI-HOMES I Travel I Trailers Self Contained t I .g .
metto Braiding And Weaving
Eludern: Diamondback Hatlle-
snake. Raccoons, Opossums, (Cook)}; The American Medical 0. C. Cirnes Nursery TRUCK CAMPERSAND 119ft. And 1-27H. Selling For Fall Clearance
Skunks, Rabbits, Bobcats and man Machine (Rlblcoff)}; The Mind CHICKEN HOUSES Cleaned out. Thousands of Plants TOPPERSFull
Where Is the when
Fox have all been known to depend (nme-LlteLI: Love You, Irene Contact Vernon Reddish, 964- Fruit Trees, Shad. Trees, Also 2 Repossed Homes
he I lookw the mirror who
on this hardshell critter's tlot-xn't admire Into his wife's (Kantor) The Ex-Urbanlte's 6530 after,5 p.m. 4tchg 12/21 Evergreen, Camellia, Line Of Ports And 1-2457 Doublewide & 1-12x60 SinglewideI

hole for survival. Complete And Illustrated Easy- Azalea, Rose Service 8 I'll I IVirktnn Sur.nun. : I)Irk (In SunJae.
? ,
tante Does-It First Time Farmer'sGuide FOR SALE--3 1/2 HP Mini Most In Can Plant AntlmeLANDSCAPING
II -- (Kay sIng)>; Aleksandr Sol- Bike Gelding Pony 48 Inches

zhenltzyn (Bjorkengren), Low high. Call 964-6558 after 5. 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke. *::cc: ::::::::::::::::::)'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::.:::::::::::::.;:::::::: :;::::::: ::;:::::: ::: ::::::: .
( ). Itp'NEED
FLORIDA THEATRE Blood Sugar Stetncrohn P.m.
Hwy. 100Florohom. LONG CHAMP 11 NEEDED

Showlime- SVeekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 Almanac Of American to !SOO acres for our customerto
Polltics-Barone( >, Sepharlal'sNew buy. Give description and FOR SALE- 1968 Jeep Pickup Home and Building
Dictionary Of Astrology; price. Call us collect at 376- Materials %: Owen ''Joist of Florida Inc. need dependable able d
Fri. Sot. Sun.' D.c. 8,9,10 lXq 4([ truck, good condition: one own- .
Medals And Ribbons 2461. COOLIDGE DAVLSiIEALTY
U. S. Military .
Call 533-2468. 2tp 12/7 bodied help. No
Robles). 1328 r..:. W. 6th SL, Gainesville er. -WE BUILD : factory experience necetsary.
I r trl"T T Fla. Itchg HOME: REMODELLING' jobs fir; Steady work, overtime; fringe benefits. ::
done; also plumbing,house wiring -
Miss Blanca And The Brides- SEWING.: MACHINESCleaned, and some appliance work. Your Lot Or Ours." t: IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK Ar-pLY ::
S maid (Sharp' Miss Osborne- oiled and repaired. PI 1C Sports- Prompt service Call 9648087. :: AT ::.
The-Mop (page); Alligator wear, across from Starke 5tp 12/28 FREE ESTIMATES .):.:: "''II :,

(Shaw). Builders Supply tfchg RemodelingRepairs r WEN JOIST 11{
:: I:
Runaways (AmbrosIno), Anthology Torino, 2-dr. sedan. 8 cylinder -
Of Children's LIterature 93.000. 9645200IroIl18:30tIl : Home Bought Sold Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday ij fi: ,.

nI (Johnson). :5 P.m. Itchg MAJOR REPAIRSEXPERT APPLIANCE\ ACREAGE Traded FOR SALE> .'....................................................,......,................:.....:..:..:..:.-::.7:00.:..::*:...:..A.M.:*:SWS: ; To;,o;.:*:xXw"SEWING 5:00!: :. P.M.: ..:...............,,.:..,.:.....:.....;.......TF..........).1.J 11. .IN{'

LIBRARY HOURS FOR SALE- 12 gauge pumpgun.
!Monday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. ih. 964-5844. Itp REPAIRMEN 964-6353 '' .
Tuesday< Thursday< Friday: Hwy. 301 S.. Storke WE !NOW HAVE diamond nee- .
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. FOR RENTFurnished:' house, CALL, 961-8363 dles for any make or model
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 2 p. m. suitable for couple. Cheaperthan stereo player--/Dahmer's l Discount -
Closed all day< Wednesday others. Edgar Burrell, Kt. Starke LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf House tf/cl1g
1 / / / 2, (Box 16D. Itp & Country Club, ready for
I 1 ,::::')>.::::::::: ::X:::::::::::>':::::::::::::::::)*:::::::::::::::::::: Appliance Service building on or for investment.Lots Sale and Service

FOR S\LE-_3 bedroom mason- area approximately 1/2:! Is Your Bug PFAFF- ELNA
VINCENT PRICE ROBERT ARRY I 301 ary house, 1 acre on paved hj-w. 323 Brownlee Sr. Tl" acre: and larger. Paved roads New Homes
QU $2,000 down, terms. Call Mon- only 3 minutes from town. Bugging Ya? WHITE
ticello 997-3128. Itp Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

-PLUS- NUGENT ELECTRIC tfchg $49.50 up
DRIVEIN FOR RENT_ House In country.

'Also 1 and 2 bedroom apartments Service FOR SALE--Coastal hale hay', Part & Repair on
Nollman. Out of barn out of the -- 'iJJ' tfchg or field all other make
Rwidentiol) And ma
Registered Angus calves. Ph.
Fri. Sot. Dec. 8,9 BIGGS COIN.: LAU1'\DR\'t 411 Commercial Wiring 964-6114 J.B. White, tfchg SERVICE IS NOW chinesNATIONAL
South Walnut St. next to Food
r a t IN THE GREAT TRADITION I Fair Starke, 4tchg 12/28 Additional Outlett-. FOR KENT12'! : wide :Mobile AVAILABLE IN STARKE
OF AMERICAN THRILLERS I Air Conditioning homes outside city limits. J. 964-8596

+K GARAGE SALEFri.. Dec. 8 Hookup B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no Foctory Trained VW 611 W. Univ. Ave.
ROBERT QUARRY M(MINtM mtllllMTWNH i answer call 964-8874. tfchg
from 3 p.m. Till 6 p.m. and Trailer Pole Meter Mechanic

Sat. Dec. 9 from 8 a.m. till 24-Hour Service Major And Minor RepairsOn Gainesville, Flo.
6 p.m. Bessent Road. Pine- ALCOA SIDING SPECIAUST-
breeze SubdivisionClothingall Phone 964-8641 Since 1938. All Wood CoveredIn All Makes One Day 378.1355

Gntury Farpresents sizes: furniture,tools, tjpe- Aluminum. \Vorkmannhln Service On Most Jobs
Fuel Oil & Kerosene writers, bicycle, household Guaranteed. WILLIAM DAVIS, ,
,. I Items, tires, camp tent etc. PLACE orders for treeripened P. O. Box 1081, KEI'STONE:' ACE GARAGE EARL'S LAND Clearing-Disc
** HP HEIGHTS FLA. (904))473-3366. ing and Fill Dirt. Call after
CALLBLACKBURN 83 oranges per bu. ,Jack fresh McComb from: grove.res- 9tp 1/25/73 528 S. Walnut St. 4 P.M. 533-2147. 4tp 11/30

I I ICOLOR FOR RENT 2 bedroom house idence 2 miles east on road
& CANNON trailer fronts Plnebreeze Subdivision 230. Ph. 9647845. Itp FOR SALE- 3/4 rollaway bed WE GIVE SERVICE We get
Bessent Road,Starke- and 2 card results! List for
BY Oh LUXE' IK.e.A tables. Ph. 473- your property; PLANNING A TRIP?
Prefer couples only Phone 964- WANTEDMaid: at To-Rena 4668. ltpLINOLEUM sale with us. Call today.
7823668QUICK .PLUS. 7492. Itp Motel. Apply In person. Itp BILL POWELL, BROKER: 964- LET US HELP!
FLOOR Covering 6464 or 964-6810 tf/chg Handle
FOR S.LEor Trade for Cat- We
6 x9$3.19: 9x12 $5.98
tle2 horses, bridles and sad- PUMPS 12 x 12 $11.50; 12 x 15 only; FOR,' SALEBrick veneer, 3bedroom EXOTIC CRUISESTo

LAWTEY FLORIDA dles. Phone 473-4896. Up $14.95 many patterns and 2 bath, living room, TheCARRIBEANS
NEW AND USED colors. Datuner's Discount. dining room, family room. N
MOVING: MUST SELL cattle tfchg. Large lot. Central heat and
hay 70( bale. 2 AQUA tU- SALES air. Reasonable terms. Buford Alto Airline Ticket

lles-one brood mare reason-, Mitchell, phone 964-6853. tfchg and Tours

We Ship Gift Fruit! Itp able. Bill Sherwood, 964-3742. PARTS SERVICE CARL BEGGS MOBILE HOME OWNERS: Own Call 964-7449
ibkci flu pttMnit
Gulf ServiceUsed your own beautiful lot. .Only TOWN FINANCE CO.
TOUT BIHGOAHTHOHT SHERWOOD'S Going Away. Deep and Shallow Wells 895 down and $25 a month. P.O. Box 226 N. Temple
TAKING STABS"BUHDMAH" Jackpot Roping and Barbecue, Port Restricted to protect those
Saturday Dec. 9 at 10 a.mW. who care. Now.: ready: along
,ORDERS State Road 16. lip Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT 'THE FINEST SELECTION OF C. S. 301, 4 miles south of BULLDOZING.: work of all kinds.
Including land clearing and ,
Starke. Phone 468-1551.
R.I..ed l 20th Century-Jo
NOW FOR by r'to pump gas- full time. SERVICEON USED CARSIn 4tp 12/7 landscaping. Paul Lock Law- i
U>iml 100. Tor- J(
tey, Fla. Ph. 7823592.
Stuckey's9645044.. Itp ALL MAKES This Whole Area 12/7 3tp .";i.,
CHRISTMASDELIVERY Sun ,Mon.* Dec. 10,11 -< !
? FOR S.LEGerman..Shepherdpups. PHONE 964.1061DURRANCE I 24 Hr. Wrecker Service rs SAVE S ,
"ODDLY COUPLED" Pure bred no papers. W A TED- Used furniture, refrigerators
$20.00. 5 weeks old. 964- USED PARTS (FRED" DAVIS
? PLUS- 5760 Itp.WORK mer's DIscount Home U/ugh
+ Hwy 301 N. Waldo
porary or full time, experienced Moved 5 Blocks North 468.1998 ""A LITTLE RIDE oiled and adJustAlclnyourhomo! ,
Rated. 18 Yr*. Up sales, office work credit 864 N. Temple Ave CAN 95. Vacuum Cleaner repair
and collections. Dependable, SAVE YOU A LOT" also. All work guaranteed.-
ADM. $1.25 intelligent personable,mature. Dennis l
Cogging phone) 431- r:'
What do you have to offer I GREEN COVE SPRINGS 1428. ti E..

'... 9645472. Itp MILLER Ir... JIMMY MOORE'S \-t. _

"4 Su Spurts "

"Quality 'Work For Less" YOUR MONEY

2163 N. Temple Ave. Phone 9648106TUNE VOLKSWAGENNew&Ued Stark Ph. 964-5791

: RIDOW.LING UP SPECIALV8 Complete: Outboard & Stem Sewing Machine Representative .

Sales Service \WI Drive Service and Repair. "I.

J01 < 6.95 Plus Parts Complete. Fiberglass Repair SALES & SERVICE '
SouthStarke 6 1 MI. North of the M. .lr Custom built Fiberglass. Service On All Makes Sewing Machines ,
Cyl. $4.95 Plus PartsNo
Fishing I Beau
PRODUCE Pbone 8 A.M. To 5 P.M.
Appointment Necessary .tear. 17/1

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